s.tttf ,rr,,r,rt tX ttttCtttttt&
EJoman and Home Circle.;
The Hide to Carapmeetln.
.Twut 'Ion about empmetin' time.
wltD prracniir nun en
inc Sallr wi t a-goin'-wrll,
An'sence Sallr wn agoiir wru, i
'low'' that I would go;
i r h.r, d ijduI B.f a crertur
tru an' tried
iD'hndrd for campnuetiir witb Bally .
by my side.
8he meter looked no iweet to me in ao j
time or place:
The red roue warnt a pictur' to the
ronea on ber fare !
An, tealln sidelong g lancet, the
thought that c ma wui Ibis: ,
MTbem irn wut f.r a ncklce, an
God made tbem lip to kifa!M
We rid past blooroin' meddera, an' teen
from left to right
"Sweat flel'a arrajed In litlo' feo
an' riara of dtliffht!"
Hat I lent bad eieafer tally. said,
with mih a aiffh :
"On Jordan's stormy banks 1 stan' an
cait a wishful eyel"
An' Pally she wui lUtenin', 1 toP ber
tint tha WIT
To that dear lit' la hea't o' bera a emed
longer dT by da ;
an aha taid-a-lookin' at me as cun-
nin' as tou d ease :
Mnatvou be carried to the sk'e on
flowery beda of eaie'?"
Tdii tjiarhed mr heart a lesson, but I
. " - .
tn' f,r on the war.
Rinrla "I'd not live always, an f ak-
mit nnt for to stat !"
An then ahe aaid abt'd have me ! an' I
hnuted. full in' fre :
M 'Amazln' grace, how sweet the sound,
that Raved a ret.cn like me i
Vrank I. Htinton In Saturday KV. n-
Meeaiee- of tee HUrkbird aad tea PU.
"Sing a aoog of aiipence,
A pocket foil of rye!"
o you know tbe meaning
Of the Blackbirds and tbe Pie?
Tbe hour are the Blackbirds
Just twenty birds and four,
Zartb and sky tbe piecrusU.
Out of which tbe Blackbirds soar.
When the Pie was opened"
Tbfa means tbe break of day.
When tbe dawn beginnetb,
And tbe early sunbeams play,
By he King is meant, dear,
The sun, up in tn say,
And the golden n omenta
He is counting, as tbey ny.
Then, tbe Queen's tbe moon, dar.
The Maid who bangs tbe clotbes
Is tbe 'air Aurora.
W bo on us thy dawn bestows ;
And the Bird that Jumped up
And nipped tbe poor Ma d's nose.
Tbi first Hour of morning,
When Aurora always goes
Bo, sing a song of sixpence.
A pocket lull of rye!
Now you know tbe meaning
Of the Blackbirds and tbe rie.
By Valentine March ;n August De
CtPI i CTTlA MCv
Two Womn Fall Into Bollioa- Mud
MprlD at Yellowstone National I'ark.
Helena, Mont , Dispatch, 8f h.
Word waft received from Mam
moth Hot Borings In the Yellow
ntone National Park to-day of an
unuHiial accident, which occurred in
the irk on Saturday afternoon.
Two women, whone names could
not be learned, fell into one of the
boiling "paint potn" at the Thumb,
on the lake, and received burns from
which they may not recover.
The paint pot at the Thumb are
huge natural cauldrons of hot clay.
Him liar phenomena arc found in
various placet In the park, the giant
paint rots being near the Fountain
An elderly woman and her daugh
ter, who were touring the park by
way of the Monida route, were in
Hpecting the boiling mud springs on
Haturday afternoon. They were un
accompanied, and all the details of
the accident may never be known.
One of the women fell Into the boil
ing mud, and it is presumed that
the other fell in while trying to
rotcue her companion. I loth women
were HUbmergcd . almost to their
waists. Friends who were some
distance away heard the cries for
help, and rushed to their assistance.
They were pulled out of the boiling
spring, and taken to the Lake Hotel.
Medical assistance was summoned
from Mammoth Hot Springs. Both
women were frightfully burned.
W. V. Wylie, of Bozeman, who
returned from the park to-day,
states that another accident occurred
there recently. A German tourist
who had ventured too close to the
Old Faithful geyser In the Upper
iteyser basin was frightfully scalded.
"The tourist was standing over
the crater of Old Faithful," eald
Mr. Wylie, "when a volume of hot
water shot up, striking him in the
face and throwing him backward in
to a pool of almost boiling water
which had been left by the preced
ing eruption of the geyser, lie was
Law Notes Is responsible for the
following illustration of the con
venient elasticity of a technicality
in the right hands:
A Canadian gentleman, named
Casey, was appointed to a govern
ment place which technically had to
be occupied by a lawyer, which Mr.
Casey was not. The benchers of the
Law Society, however, undertook
to obviate the technicality, and ap-
Women Hare a Darning Clu.
The women of Central la, Mo.,
have organized a darning club. Men's
socks are a sieclalty in their new
organization, and it has been de
nounced as an encouragement to
The officers of the club are the
most expert menders and they as
sist the rest by showing how to
mend the worst holes. "She who
cannot darn cannot join" is the
club's official motto, but exceptions
have been made in the interest of I
uninstructed sisters and the motto
no longer has the force it had at
1 feel it my duty to tell of the benefit 1 have
obtained through the use of Ripans Tabules. I
am twenty years of a $e and employed as sales
lady in one of the large stores here. For six
months I had been subject to spells of dizziness
and tried several remedies without any marked
benefit. I then decided to try Ripans Tabules,
having seen them advertised a great deal in
"The Record. 1 continued to take them for
three months regularly, and was then feeling so
well that 1 discontinued their use. It has now
been a month since 1 have taken a single
Tabule,and I have had no dizziness and am feel
ing splendid. I have recommended R-I-P-A-N-S
highly to my friends and do not object to having
this testimonial published at any time,
MISS FLORENCE RICHARDS,
N. E. Cor. Front and TasVer Sts.
Jan 20th. 1901. Philadelphia, Pa.
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... . . . . - . , -
There is scarcely any condition of ill health that la not benefited by the
occasional use of a R. I. P.A.N.S Tabule. and tba arte, 10 for 5 cents, does
not bar them from any home or Justify any on ta enduring nts that are
easily cored. For sale by druggists.
Inspecting Fort Monro.
Norfolk, Vu, July II. -Secretary
of War EUhu Iloot arrived at Old
Point Comfort today accompanied
by Colonel Randolph, chief of artill
ery, for inspection of Fortrae Moo-.
roe and to designate tiles for new
barracks to be occupied by the coat
artillery shortly to be sent to that
first. Meetings are held fort nigh t
ingly and the club boantH of having
darned 144 pairs of hosiery at a
Members only are admitted to the
afternoon sessions, but in the even
ings admiring husbands are permit
ted to attend and to watch their
better halves at work. No charge
is made for the sock darning and
those bachelors of Central ia who ex
pect to live elsewhere In some period
In their lives are very anxious that
such a useful institution as its darn
ing club shall be imitated as widely
as possible. Ex.
Acting Jjlke a .Lady.
London Spare Moments.
A little girl from an East End
slum was invited with others to a
charity dinner given at a great house
In the West End of London. In
the course of the meal the little
maiden startled her hostess by pro-
Kunding the query:
"Does your husband drink?"
"Why,, no," replied the astonished
lady of the house.
After a moment's pause the minia
ture querist proceeded with the
equally bewildering questions:
"How much coal do you burn?
What is your husband's salary? Has
he any bad habits?"
By this time the presiding genius
of the table felt called upon to ask
her humble guest whit made her
ask such strange questions.
"Well," was the innocent reply,
"mother told me to behave like a
lady, and when ladies call at our
house they always ask mother those
The Mercury Iteaclied 112.
fckdma, Ala., wa the warmest
place in the Sout h, 1 12 degrees being
recorded. Montgomery reported
105 and Mobile 102 on July 12.
A Shock of Earthquake.
Mexico City, July 12. Last night
a shook of earthquake was felt.
was severe but of brief duration.
Special Baa U . A.L. RaUwrny.
On account of the National Cos
veation Ep worth Leagu. Ban
Francieto, Cal-, Jnly 18th-31et, the
Seaboard Air lane Ball way will
ell round trip ticket from all
point In North Carolina ; rate from
KalelEh $ 25. Ticket will be
sold from Jnly 5th to 12th, lncln
tve, eood returning until a o gnat
3rd by depositing ticket with Joint
a gen tat ran Fransciaco and on
Da v men t of fee of 60 cent. For
ticket either going or returning
one way only, through Portland or
Poeet bound, via Snaata Route or
steamer, $9 00 will be added to rate
For ticket -going via Ogden, re
turning via Lo Angel, Ban Fran
cisco and Shaata Koute, or going
via Portland and Shaata Houte to
San Francleco, returning via Los
angeles and Ogden, $13.00 will be
added to rate. Stop overs will be
permitUd at and West of Colorado
common point Cheyenne to Trin
idad, Fort Worth and Ban Anton la,
Tex, Eaat 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
trio can do so and the Fea board
Air Line will pay special attention
to these using its line and upon ap
plication to the undersigned any
luformatlon will be furnished.
C. H. Gattis, C. P. & T. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. 8. Leabd, T. P. A.
, Raleigh, N. C.
Quick House to Buffalo.
The Seaboard Air Una Hallway
ha Inaugurated ' a fast scneaaie
between KaJelga ana unnaje,
leaves Raleigh at louza.m.oo
their Florida and Auaata ns
Mail, arrive Washington p.
nu leaves vrash.ngtoa on the Buf
falo Night Exprea over the Penn.
R R.ai 7:1 B. m ana amTw
Itnffala next morn as? a, m.
This train carries Pullman car and
day coaches from Raleigh to waan-
lngton and Pniiaaaa Drawing noon
fcleeDlnr tart and dav coaches be
tween Waahington and Buffalo.
Th I decidedly the qulckeat route
to Buffalo. 1 he rate via thla route,
account of the Pan-American fcx
position, from Raleigh 1
limited 15 das a from daU of eala.
and $32 70, limited until Nov. 3rd.
The above rate also apply via
Philadelphia and D. LAW.B.R,
alao via Norfolk, Bay Line B. AO.
R. R, through Philadelphia and
thence Lehigh Valley R. R.
Parti oe desiring to take this trip
can get ticket and Pullman berth
reserved and any Information at
the Seaboard Air Line Railway
up-town ticket office In the Yar-
bo rough House.
C. H. Gattis. C. P. 4T.A.
H. B. Lkard, T. S. A.
Mf HCNTILT BFOtTLATaK toalrM I
tat U arl 4 fblU aV rBCK. I
MM. B. ROW AW, aw Mllw M,WkJ
Booker T. Waahing
ton has written the
story of bis life and
work. Htft.ttr nit views on the Ne
gro Problem and a'l his beat speeches.
White and cou rtd -tupie are giving
advanced orders. A bonansa for
areata. Both white and colored
areola make money with thla book.
J. L. NICHOLS CO,
TtTltl fnraiah yob flf CI
pan lea the ordvr) anything needed
at home, on the farm or In your
!ace or busloeaa, ana ba c iw
IONET. W keep no gxod. no
tore, hire no clerks or collectors ;
but. Instead, purchase direct from
manufacturers, ol r5T?
jobbers, Ac. AT LOWEST CABIl
PRICE, and for cash.
If you need any AuRU'CLTUaUi-Iwri-EMaxT
rJKKD Uakiwake,Iron Koorixu,
Win Fkjicixo, UROcaaJi. Fruit
TRxra, FRt iim, Mlsical Ikstbc
UKXTS.HKW1XO MACHm. BOOKS.
bTATlOXIKY, rUBJUTClUt, VII
Gooua, NoTioe,8Hoa, ciaitbixu, I
Tom BriToxE, Bloodsu bloc orl
POULTT, OR AN lT lliXHU juna,
write for prices.
ryiuiaw are pricea oa a few lead
ing article, nauvaaan at aey dept
ia Nona Carolina: Two horse wagons,
neat and durable. $33; one borsa wagon
$23 80; dump carta ; cart wheels aad
axle U. so; high arm, s-drawer, drop-
bead sewing macnine.wi in latest aiiacn
menu, 16; nice cottage organ 3;
chapel or'gsn $40; beautiful ?H octave
pianos, apfecdid tone and Weil made,
flift and up, according to style of case
If we cannot save you money we do
not want yourorder.
W. S. BARNES,
"v ar w ar awaa v v
Kvcr' cotton j.U-
i ; f.cnt frrr.
w i. uiTirs coutct.it i :?
Raleigh. N. C.
Kalr It T
nit t imiii 0'9
, It T-ULll OmimP.
FREE ELECTRIC BELT Cnn
faMih i eaIT
ads aiatsaiaaa '
tsif evtovg hsa
i n at.
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Men can be cured privately and
positively at home of all weakness
and disease. Write for new free book
to Dr. J. N. Hathaway, 22$ . Broad
8tM Atlanta, (J a. tf.
Now is the time to subscribe to
the Caucasian. Only $1.00 a year.
Dr. Tj. Detclion's Anti Diuretic
May be worth to you more than
bedding from incontenence of
ter during sleep. Cures old
young alike. It arrests the trou
ble at once. $1. Sold by Henry T.
A SUSTAIN NO DIET.
These are m enervating a ays, j$ioo if you have a child who
wnen, as somtDouy nas saiu, men
drop by the sanfctroke as if the day
fire had dawn d. Tbey are fraught
with danger to people whote systems
ar poorly sustained; and this bads
us to say, in the interest of the lesa
robust of our readers, that the full
effect of Hood's Sarsaparilla is such
as to suggest the propriety of call
ing this medicine something besides
a blood purifier and tonic. say, a
sustaining diet. It makes it much
easier to bear the heat, assures re
freshing sleep, and will without any
doubt avert much sickness at this
time of year.
Take NERYO TABLETS, The Great Brain, Blood and Nerve Tonic.
that act dirert-
Permanently cured by the master
ly power of "South African Neb.
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whole- world of stomach weakness
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matter how long you have suffered,
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r. r a
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and I KtrwigthenMtnd fowls the Tired Brain. Builds
up tue ImpoveriKhert isiooa, mage u reu, auu
rich, and the pale cheeks rosy and plump.
A SEXUAL TONIC Acts Immediately and
directly on the Sexuitt Orpins, at once Impart
ing tone, BtrenKth and vigor, no matter how
hopeless your case may seem. Positively stops
night losses at once. Cures Nervous Debility.
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Feeling, Sleeplessness, Indigestion, Constipa
tion, and Kidney Diseases. .
THE LATEST DISCOVERY For all diseases
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nervous system, cures the bad effects of tobacco
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yet discovered for lost nerve force, and will not
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svstem no matter how long used, but on the
other hand nothing hut good results will follow.
If you simply feel bad there Is nothing better to
ARREST DECAY By taking this latest aclen-
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Try one box. after that if they were VW a box
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covery In medical science. Ouarunteed to cure
any nervous disorder. Produces warmth, Ticor
and power. 1 in pans the feeling and power of
A RE. YOUR SEXUAL OROANS WEAK OR
INDIFFERENT. If so your nervous system
needs a tonic before you bei-ome a total wreck.
Write us for this latest scientific discovery. It
is a positive cure for all nervous diseases, or
DO YOU SLEEP WELL? If not. we gnnr
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THE BEST DISCOVERY OP THE AOE.
Makes your skin clear and smooth. fi;i out your
pale cheeks, gives you a healthy, robust appear
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PRICE 60 CENTS A BOX. Which is ten days treatment, (scolctl by nvtd.)
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.
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iw;" every number a tniae of taforma
.(ion and eatcrtaiamcat.
CONT4tiS JUL toil H ,
Om Short Story BiHjt.ft,,. ,. Til s
Popalar Science. Anwtrc l i r. ..,
Atl tbe Comforts of Home, it,
Lawyer. Dcpartmeat o( Hcih th
Editot-a Half Holiday; lit Qu. c
'prita qaestioa department. It L).Cw
ioait) Shop. Sports, Otmn art f r m
Home Stady. Tbe
Tbe First Thoaaaad. and MI1 t. u
With It, (practical sacot Crpf.nm
The Story of the Wot Id. Whtn tt, D.
Work la Doae.
StMpla Cop tor rha Aakinf .
AAA ft GOOD TIMLVS. Columbus. 0
CURRENT RAILROAD SHEDULES AND ANNOUNCE ME NTS.
Why you Should
Insure in the
New Up-Town Office! New York City.
" The Seaboard Air Line Railway
has opened an up-town othce at
1183 Broadway, New York City,
a 4 a a a WA
corner twenty-eignin sireei. ai
down-town passenger office at 387
Broadway is still maintained.
Any information as to tickets,
rates, sleeping car reservations;
building and manufacturing sites in
the State, are cheerfully furnished
at this office.
Major Belle Reynolds.
The only woman who won the
commission of major by reason of
services rendered at the battle of
Shiloh during the Civil War was
Belle Reynolds. When the soldiers
were sent to the Philippines during
the Spanish-American War she en
listed in the Red Cross Service, and
in her spare time undertook school
teaching. Major Reynolds has col
lected several dainty and beautiful
pieces of Philippine Embroidery and
Drawn Work, showing the extra
ordinary results secured by the
Philippine women who have so
much time to spare for their one
accomplishment Needle-work. Il
lustrations of this Needlework ap
pear in the August number of The
ti i mi i
tnwt c v I -mums oi our rattiers
.mine him 13 to hU knowledge of feS?'"
healthy portions of the
what you might call a
"Well, Casey," said the examiner,
what do you know about the law,
"Well, to tell the truth," said
tf a a . . a . a
Lissey, moaesiiy, "i aon't Know a
'I have examined Mr. Casey as to
his knowledge of the law," the ex
aminer stated in bis affidavit, "and
to the best of my knowledge and
belief he answered all the 'questions
work should not fail to look at the
Its business is confined strictly to the most
United States, thus its policyholders constitute
It is one of the strongest companies in the World, and its assets are
big enough $16,367,636.00 all gilt edjjed, and are invested entirely in
America, thus receiving the constant care and attention of the officers of
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, Solidity and Security.
Its policies are simple, clean, straightforward contracts
Its management has been practically the same for a quarter of a
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 Wheu
otner companies aesertea tne southern Policy-holder, and - used ot
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 distinfiruiahAd fttataam
STATE OF GEORGIA,
Atlanta, Ga., May 12, 1891.
MILEAGE TICKETS REDUCED.
Seaboard Air Line Railway one thou
sand mile tickets are now sold from all
points on its lines at rate of $25.00, in
cluding those previously sola in the
State of Florida at $30,000. These lick
ets are good over tbe entire Seaboard
Air Line Railway system and are hon
ored between Richmond and Washing
ton by the 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 ;tbe
Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Rail
road. AH tickets which have been
sold at (25,00 and endorsed "not good
in State of Florida" will be honored
over tbe entire system, including lines
in Florida, regardless or such endorse
1 if: !-fll
A. & II. C. RAILROAD.
- TIME TABLE 20
To take effect July 101901, at
12 .-01 A. M.
Supersedes Time . Table No. 20, Ju a e 16
EA8TBOUND ' TRAINS.
Merely a Suggestion.
From the Baltimore American.
"Now, my hearers," asked the
lady orator, who had Just finished
enumerating the qualities which
should be possessed by man, what
should be done with this ideal hus
"Have him stuffed," suggested a
coarse, frivolous person In a side seat.
Ills Own Interest.
From tbe Chicago News.
Stubb Do you notice how the
keeper of this hotel promotes love-
making among his guests?
Penn Yes, he has found that
people lose their appetites when in
wny jar. Hardeman had a policy in the
Maj. Jos. H. Morgan, Special ' Agt. Atlanta.
As aeent of the Manhattan T,if
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
reaci 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 his policy less
the amount of premium unpaid. Yours Truly,
a a. iSigned) R. U. HARDEMAN, State Treaturer. I
Aid this was not an isolated case by no means.
So soon as the civil war was over the Manhattan announced that
the company was ready to communicate with th niri
vltlng them 10 reinstate their policies, making one condition only, that Lt
M iAiivjuwiuwD duuuiu ue in goou ne&l Ml v
. A. - M
cuuu au act oi generosity was nntnought of by any other comnanv
corporation. . i
Knowing that their Southern policyholders wore.moet of them.men
bad made everv s&crific noHHihin fnr tha lanH that th.
that had been reduced from affluence to poverty, they offered, in lieu of Ar
ready money to accept a note covering the entire premium durine the Lt
time mat payments had lapsed. In addition to that they placed these
Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest
and distress from tortured mmscles, aching
joints and excited nerves. The blood hal
been poisoned by the accumulation oi
waste matter in the system, and can n
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
brought back to a healthy condition will
the aches and pains cease.
Mr. James Ketl, f 707 Ninth street, X. K,
Washington, D. C. writes as follows : A fen
months ago I had aa attack of Sciatic Rfceuma
uam in its worst lorm. Tne
pain was so intense that I
became completely pros
trated. The attack was an
unusually serere one. and
mr condition was regard,
ea as being; very danger-,
ous. I was attended by
on of the most able doc
tors ia Washington, who is
also a member of the fac
ulty of a leading medical
college here. lie told ma
to continue his orescrio-
tions and I would get well. After ha-Hng 1: fines'
twelve times without receiving the slightest
benefit. X declined to continue hi tmtnunt an
longer. Haring heard of s. a s.(swifl s spnc1 IiZ 'WiZ ipB. ia auaiwon to mat tney placed these
recommended for Rheumatism,! decided, aimed I policies on tne same footing of other policies of the same date, in regard
! dePur.h?w5rT' " medicine a triaj, to dividends and and nnnitiR. - . regara
aua aitcr 1 naa taiten a lew Dottles I was able t I rrv.
bobble around on crutch, and vmano.. h I 1H6 COulD&DV Vent AVAn fnrtnoi1' Tn mdu mlm.n u
after had no u,e for tW at .H a a Sn, unable to COmDlv With these Vfiri 1 1 harsTl rrnTr hTA T" " W
cured me sound and wen. Aii the distrain! I " Y ' ia laese very liDerai terms, or did not care to renew
;- ; . passengers, -
; "A. M. P.M.
Ooldsboro 7 50 640
Best's 8 05 6 00
LaOrange . . , 8 13 6 09
Falling Creek 8 23 6 20
Kinston 8 SO Si
Caswell. 8 46 6 46
Dover.... v 8 66 6 68
Dover 6 66
Core's.Creek 9 07 7 07
Tuscarora . .-. .9 11 7 19
Clark's .;..9 25 ; 7 25
New Bern .9 40 7 40
New Bern 9 60 "7 60
Ri verdale M 10'15 8 16
CroaUn 10 18 8 18
Havelock 10 30 8 30
Newport 10 43 8 42
Wild wood 10 49 '8 49
At Untie... ..10 54 8 61
Morehead City.... 11 02 9 Oi
MoreheadCity 11 07 9 07
M. City Depot. . ... 11 15 9 16
HOW'S THIS t
we offer oae hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh shat cannot be
urad by Han's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY A CO.,
, . Prop's Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
buaines transactions and financially
able to carry oat any obligations made
by their Arm.
West df Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kionan A Marvin,
. ' Wholesale Druggists, .
pains hare left me my appetite has returned" I lne POllCy dUrlDg these troublesome times, the Manhattan agreed to nsiv
and I am happy to be again restored to pcrfed the DUrehase Value of th nollw as ifc tJi Vl VJl iTt T
from the non-payment of Dremiums .
purifier and tonic, ii Aiihough the Manhattan has made no boast of this act of generosity
the ideal remedy in all which was not followed by other Northern Companies, on the eround
rheumatic troubles. I that the dislovaltv of Ha fit, horn rniinkni. vitiate At A
w r . .. . .1 .... , - - " -..-.jwuvjumtoio Tiuaivtt uiir coubracus. I
teaa to ruinous naoits. h-... h..i Z eoiuiers in tne
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, i It will be sent free
to any one desiring it. - Write our physi.
dans fully and freely about your case. Wt
make no charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, GA.
NOTICE OP SALE.
I will, on Monday Jaly lt
Ratio of Payments to PpmcrraoLDKBS to Premiums Received
1 FBOM OBOANIZATIPN TO JANUAEY 1ST, l900. .
mmencea Premiums Paid to . Paid per
f wusmess. ? ? iseceived. Policyholders. 100 ree'd I
. Passenger cept San
STATIONS uauy day, M xr
A. Urn r.u.
Ar Goldsbpro,.,... 1105 855
Bests a 10 43 a 8 88
LaGrange a 10 82 . a 8 22
W Core Creek......... s 9 80J32s7 80
, - Tuscarora... s9 20 s7 20
s 10 22 8 8 12
8 10 12 8 02
f 9 60 ,f 7 60
.... a 9 42. 43 a 7 42
S 9 40
s 9 SOfTs 7
Manhattan Idfe, Aug, 1850, $55,763,054 - f 45,340,055
expose to pnblie sale at the United
States Court House and Pjst OffiA
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internaiw BoildiDflr. in this eity. a. lot r.r n.A
end acta directly on tbe blood and ma- Furniture, - eonsistinff t of Lonn
tons aarfaoea of the svstem. Send fnr
( sfAUjnoniaia, xree. t -
F.J. CHBNKT& Co., Toledo, O.
ouiu uj urnrgisH, VOC.
' family Pills are the beat,.
.WashsUndf , Chairs. Car nets
Terms of sale caah. - .
E. O. DUNCAN,
..'r -.. Custodian. .
?ant 12th 190
Mass. Mut. Life, ;
New York Life -Equitable,
. 37,647,130 l
mm 9 . t-rn a. m
I T,"8, now ManhatUll ,,lias earned its title, , The 01d,Rellable;
; BUTLER & AYER; General Agents aighj N, C; N '
Tucker Building. ! - ,i.
Clark's... . f 9 12,f 7
New Bern. . 8 9 00 s 7
New Bern............ :. 8 87 ' 6 47
Biverdale.;.... f 8 18? f 8 23
Croatan . f 8 09 s 6 19
Havelock... ...... s 8 00 s 6 10
Newport... 8 7 46
Wild wood. J.. ..U...f 7 89
Atlantic. .. f 7 35
Morehead City.;, s 7 27'
Morehead City....... 7 22
Atlantic Hotel .
M.City Depot Lv'.. 7 05
- f 6 49
J 85 87
: 5 35
of The South.
The Direct Line o all points
Florida - Cuba
"Strictly FIRST CLASS Equipment
on all through and local trains; Pull
man Palace Sleeping cars on all night
trains. Fast and safe schedules.
Travel by the Southern and yon 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. HARDWICK, O. P. A.,
Washington. D. G.
R L VERNON,
TP A .
Charlotte, N C
THAD C STURGIS,
U T A
Raleigh, N C
t W Water station, f Stop on Sig
nal, s Regular Stop. 'Telegraph
Station., r . p i --. ' t
S. L. DILL, Gen. Baps."
S. A. L.
Direct Line to All Points io
Florida, 1 ;
- . - '..'
FAST LIMITED AND EXPRESS
TRAINS, FIRST-CLASS EQUIP
MENT and the best accommodation.
Day coaches and Buffet Sleeping cars
on all trains. - : - . . -t '
Travel by the "FLORIDA AND
' 1 METROPOLITAN LIMITED"
and yon are assured of a quick
and a comfortable journey.. '
U:s5'jaled Dining cr Service
JAS. II. BARE, Ut Vice-President
and General Manager. -
Call on or write for time tables,
rates and other information to
C. H. GATTIS, 0. P. and T. A , ;
- 1 Raleigh,-N.cl
ILSLEARD, T. P. JL, - . 1
- Half lit, O.
R. E. L. BpNCn, G. P. A, i.
W.--&.W. R. R.
IN D A'ILaKIIC COAbT LIN It H l.
COMPAMT OF SOUTH
T&AIHB OOIHQ BO jTH
10 C 2
6 17M9 J6l
1 10515 07
tkaini eoura btostb
Ly Kooky Moont,
Wilmington and Waldos KathesA Tad
kin Division Maui IJae-TzalBlMvsB Wit
mlnrton 9 00 a. mn rriva Fayattarilto
Ugp. ju, ayW yayattayille llOpTxat,
arrtr-sBajQford 1 43 pm. Kstarninj lr
eanford SO ftp. m antra FajsttoyllM 4 20
Wilmincton and Waldoa BallraadJ
nettayiUa Bruob Traia lamyaa Ba
rwm nn a. m, uaztoo 90S a- saw Bed
8prtnci 9 OS a. rcu, Hon Mills lO&Ta. HZ
Fsyettyaia4U p. nu, Hope MiUaSOoT
tau. azrtyas BimktaTill 7 U p. a.
Connections at Faysttoyllai wttk tnda Ho
7S at Maalpn jrith the CaraUma nS
uinaH, a am eprmawtta tbe
ommmina iMtwmorm iiauroad.
wua mm laajinim AXr '-Ta
Railway at Gulf with
Train on the ' SaA it.m..
kwraa Waldon I fie p. a- Halifax 4 17 aTia"
ylOe6J7p. nu. Klnson7sx laulStarnt
njuuwi 1 1 . a. noauy
maJa fclo a. nu and 440 aaLaSiS
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rirs Waahtngtaio LuCO a. aa-and 7JQaT 1.
740 a. nu, and
soto iouq a. nu and l
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Doubu Daily Service
"capital ci1 v koute."
Short line to prioeipel cities of tat
Sonth and Southwest, Fiordi.C&N,
Texas, California and Mexico, taefr
ing the Capitals of six Hiatea.
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Ly Baldch.. 410am 7fia
ar Uaaolat..MM......... 7uuulttH
ar Oohunbia 10 6 an Itosi
ArBayannaJi 1 47 pa
at JackaoBTil'a MMS10pffl !
Ar Tamps.... 6 15 am
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ar Ha.Ut 7 0ism 3"
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Ar ttaoon O of Ga. 7 20 tin
ArUontg'ry a WF.. 90va !
Ax Mouia LAM 266 am 4UV
Ax Nsw Orleans LAN. TSOsm 9P
Ar NaahniUN CAjhL astam eMaB
AiUempbs 400pm fiOi
Ly Baldcjb .
Ar .Norlma '
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Ax Waab'ton HsWBB
at Haiti more EbP Co.
at aw York ODds Co
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3 IS am
J 40 pat
Ly Balalxn.... 1 2sxa 13
r. Norlina 318 am lit9
ar -aii esau
AT Waaningwn. T. Awxt 10 tfjmm
ArBalUmoraPBB ... xlzvam 112
AT Padlaoclphi r uB. 1 Sepam
rw XoraP 4:6pm
exespt Bandar E"
'Connections at Jacksonville
Tampa, for all ' Florida E act
points, and Cuba and forto &
Near Orleans, for all points isT
Mexico aad California.
' imma can bkbvick.
Nos.tLsnd 34Ploridaaod Urvr
pobua Limited. Drawing K"
r leaping, and Through Day tosd
between New York and Jacksonti'
Through Drawisg Boom BuCrt Shr
ing cars between New York aad if
Noa. 27 and 66 Florida and Atls
Fast MalL Throogb Drawmx
ttuffet ttleepma" Car betweea
York Jackaonill. i.ratHa
let with Bleeping Car to and iro
TlckeU on aale to all oolnts.
man birtha. Reaerved and reserrr
tiona made oa outgoing usf
from Norfolk. Barrage eheck
from Aotel and raauinoes wlthov
extra charge. Call at tbe I
Up-tpyn Ticket 0ffil
i Vcrfccreri Hssse Bdklist
C. lUGaitb' C T. acJJP. 1
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H. S. LEA UD, T. P. A, JUIeif W1
R. E. L, BUflCH, Genl PasavAT1
Portsmonth, Va. t
J AS. M. BARR. let .Vice-Presid
. and General Manager.
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