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3 Ooman and Home 51rclQ.3
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vmmw I Uillltltn UAUin MOTH
Tba won falsa are flxln for a wed- .
din' an ! f n !
The houaa in tier lately' only eqoa!-
ad by tbe uiusa
Of bastln thea1 a-Iyln on the floor
to' silken scraps
II p pin' to carpet off tbe aewin
.fv, Onery tb-t're flxio for oor daugh
ter's wrddin' day.
An b-r wardrobe, called trousseau,
will be limply grand the say ;
There wa'nt no women flyio' round as
Wbeo I married Mamie's mother in tb
golden month o Juno!
I cannot help a-tblnklo', when these
ruffled things I see
The women folks a-makin', which they
ar o lingerie,
All pieced up with embroidery, an'
tucked aroaod with lace.
In her mother's assortment them
thing n -ter bad a place.
Of course I like f see Vm, an' It's eat
T' think our girl can have all such,
like folk that's well-to-do,
But with much less we entered on a
happy life's forenoon
When 1 marr ed Msmle's mother in the
ft ft. . mm L A mmm, mm.,
I - . m . m . S
Wi lure Lermsea tne nua.
We bav strained tbe prowling microbe
Through the finest kind of silk.
We bave bought and we bave borrowed
Kvery patent neaitn dsn,
And at last the doctor tWlstw
That we've got to boi i tbe fee
Wbat To Eat.
aVSmWosfsffeWma 'r SmPswMawawsfsVswM
golden month o'Jonel
They've bus V tee tbe florUt an' bave
all arrangements maae
Kor towers, palms an' orchids quite a
faney priee they paid.
very stylish preacher's been engaged
V ne toe Knot, -
An all In all. It seems t' me that
ootbln's beeti forgot.
Wo didn't bave no flowers, but our
life's been one of bliss,
Wa had a ill n ol Darson. whom the
bride paid witb a kiss,
But twj lives were simply blended an
two hearts were set in tune
When I married Mamie's mother in the
golden monib of June I
Word of Wisdom.
A little balm may bild much blessing.
Kaitb is tbe force that makes motive..
Tour may always suspect the suspi
Tbe softer tbe snow as it falls tbe
dener it will sink.
There can be a cheerful fare only
where there Is a faithful heart.
lie who stooDs to meanness inds it
bard to get the crick out of bis back.
Tou can tell a man's price when you i
know wbat be will do for a principle.
Woen earthly goods be ome our
hijthest good they become our greatest
Many who are willing that their
work should be done by proxy will be I
surprised to receive thir reward Out
war. ' -
lie who c innot forget tbe klndnes
he has done is ittle better than be who
remembers the injuries be has receiv
ed. fUm's flora. i
Just as he Kxpecteri.
WIther I told Pokerbeigh he
would play the deu If he married
that girl. -
UiggiDH Well what has happen
ed? "She hat) presented him with
A E2oavy Peeling After Eating.
fir. Harry M. White, aged forty-one years,
conductor Pennsylvania R. R.t living 910 N.
29th St, Philadelphia, Pa., writes under date of
May 4, 1$8: Foryears I suffered with a heavy
feeling after eating and headaches, and some
times when I uould stoop to catch a switch I
Would get so giddy that I would have to stand
awhile to get so I cou!d ; perform my duty, j 1 :
took phosphate of sodium, lemon juice, bromo
seltzer, baking soda, and doctored with home
opathic physicians and got no relief. One day
when out on the road I picked up a circular
telling of Ripans Tabules and I thought I would
try them. 1 am happy to say . I found relief In
the first box I got. I can eat things now that
made me sick before. My wife had wind dys
pepsia and I advised her to try the Ripans
Tabules. She got so much better that I bought
a dozen boxes and would not be without them
in my house if they cost me two dollars a box.
I recommend Ripans Tabules to any one who
Is afflicted like I was.
&evr York Sea.
How about ihe mrt valet on a
figure which forbids the trousers be
ing kfpt op without MstpetAe&T
This is an .obstacle in it ehlrt
waist's" path. To become really
fashionable a garment must be adapt
led to all shapes.
Then la scarcely any condition of lU-fcealth that Is not benefited bv the
.P.AJtS Tabula, sndthe price, 10 far f cents, 4eea net bar them tress
or astx any one to enduring QU thai are easty curtxl. Feraaleby
Hhould Diet Properly.
The nyatem reqolrea such a var
iety of elements It would be diffi
cult to aupply them without a mix
ed diet. While certain claaHos of
food may ' supply nearly or all of
these elements within themselves
for example, we have in Ilk and the
wheat grain thene are not always
available in proper condition of
form. Milk Is a perfect food for
the infant, and nature designed it
for this purpose; but It is not en
tirely suited for adults and often
very objectionable to them. While
the wheat grain supplies sufficient
nutrition, it is a more appropriate
food for tho robust, who can assimi
late It readily. The elements con
tained in the wheat grain are highly
nutritious, but not so easily digested
as the same principles found In the
meats. They must be specially pre
pared when Intended for the con
sumption and nutrition of delicate
Bhe I suppose I do look older,
but nevertheless I've seen only
He Poor eirl! And couldn't
the oculist do anything for you?
The Mercury Reached 112.
. Bel ma, Ala., . was the warmest
place In the South. 112 degrees being
recorded. Montgomery reported
105 and Mobile 102 on Ju'y 12.
To Err la Human.
Crawford Many of us know
enough to believe only half of what
Crabshaw But the trouble is
most of us believe the wrong half.
A Shock of Earthquake.
Mexico City, July 12. Last night
a shock of earthquake was felt. It
was severe but of brief duration.
Special RafcM l . A.L. Railway.
On aeeonnt of the National Con
vention Ep worth Leagu. Baa
Franclaco,Cal-, July 18tb21at, the
Heaboard Air Line Railway will
aell round trip tlcketa from all
points In North Carolina ; rate from
lUlelEh $05.25. Tlcketa will ba
sold from July 5th to 12th, Inclu
alve. good retornJnff anUl Angnat
3rd by depoaltlng Ucket wlth?o!nt
Agent at an Franaclaco and on
oavmentof fee of 60 oenta. For
tlcketa either going or returning.
one way only, through Portland or
Pueet Hound, via Bhaata Bon ta or
steamer, 19.00 will be added to rata
For tlcketa going via Qgden. re
turning via Loa Angel,Ban Fran
claco and Shasta Houte, or going
via Portland and Shasta Route to
San Francisco. , returning via Los
Angeles and Ogden, $13.00 will be
addef to rate. Stop overs will be
Dermlttcd at and West of Colorado
common points Cheyenne to Trin
idad, Fort Worth and San Antonla,
Tex. East of these points tickets
will be good only for continuous
passage, passengers to reacn point
of sale not later than August 31st.
Any parties desiring to take this
trip can do so "and the Seaboard
Mr Line will pay special attention
o those using its line and upon ap
plication to the -undersigned, any
Information will be furnished.
C. H. Gattis, C P. & T. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. S. LeaRd, T. P. A.
. fialeigh, N. C.
Will furnish yoa Of cash soeoni
paalea the order) anythlag needed
atbome, on the farm or la your
place of business, ana ba iw
S. om., wtr. ma mm vw4a M
: . . . n - 1 1 1 P. 1 . ilvij -
ingtoti ana ruimia vrawiaK iww- - - BA rUrk. ox collectors :
Sleeping tars and day eoacnea oe-1 - 7 Vnh direct from
, Otmtea: House) to BuCaUO.
Tae Seaboard Air Line lUUjray
has laaufurated a fast schedule
beteeaa aalelgh and Buffalo, which
.mwM TLaJish at 10:11 a. m. on
ibelr Florida and Atlanta Fast
Hall, arrlvea Waahtagtoa 7 OS p.
leaves tTaahtngton on the Baf
falo Klght Express over tbe Penn.
R.fi.at7:15 p. m and arrtves
Baffalo aext moraaf 7:3a a. m.
This trala carries Puiicaaa car aaa
day coaches from Raleigh to waan-
tween waablnctoa ana
This Is decidedly the quickest route
to Baffalo. The rate via uus route.
account ol the i'ao-American kx
position, from Raleigh la $1.35,
llmltea to a ays from aaw o mw,
aad $33 70, limited unUl Nor. 3rd.
The above rates also spniy vis
Philadelphia and BvL.dW.tt.
also via Norfolk, Bay Line B. 0.
R. through t'btiaiieipnia ana
thence Lehigh Valley h. K.
TT-.tT I Kt inetAad. corchaae direct from
bbara, Avx, AT LOWEST CASH
I'RinEH. and for cash.
If you aeed any Aubjcui.tubal
iMruusaxT or MACiUSKaT, Farm
hkicns Hakdwakk. Iron lloorixu,
WlBJt FKXCIKO, UBOCKBJkS, FBUIT
rsxcav Pbuits. Mt aiCAl. JKsti u
oTATIONCRV. FUK-SITUaiC, llRV
Qoois. Notiob, Shoes. 1 iaithiicu,
TnuiuininEiL BLOODKI) 8TOCK Or
HI' " A U
w ii.. t a a AAt-A tVIa s4s
cJ,t"S:X4PuUnr Po.t. OB ANVTIUNO KL8E,
roMrrMl and anv Information atl wilU for prices. . - . -M I
the Seaboard Air Line Railway s
no-town ticket ofilce In the Var-
a h. oaitis, a p. a t. a.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. 8. Leard, T. E. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
MttMMtMk aw re is. I
Booker T. Washing-!
ton has written the
' stor of his life and!
work. Heriitk tii views on ths Ns
to Problem and aM b best speechc
White and eoiortd n-j..r are giving
advanced orders.' A bonanaa for
aareasa. Both white sad colored
agents make money with this hook.
J. 1. NICHOLS A CO.
fryBeiow are prioee on a few lead
log articles. diutiiidiI any oepvt
in Mortb Carolina: Two boraewagoas.
neat and dnrable. S3; one borse wagon
E23J50; dump carte $; cart wbeelassd
axle high arm, j-drawer, drop-
head sewing marhlne.wilh latest attach
menu, $16; nice cottage organ $3ft;
chapel organ $40; beautiful 7M octave
pianoa, sp'endid tone and well made.
aii&and jo. aocordina to stjle of case
and fl n ln.
if we eannot save too money we do
not want your orders.
Raleigh. N. C
Vmr Ml OvW
Mmt to M T S'
w I. SBiTirs coiuct. ii k : n
ca $Jjsaf dawreeiae iiW X Kr
FtlEE ELEGTT.IC CELT OFFQ
I Ml, " IITJ
IAC3, e OO, CMosm
evwooeesssses ttoatf tsecveK,
The ministers of a Texas town
yrayed for rain the other morning
and in less than an hour a storm
came along and wrecked a $15,000
church building. Here is a strong
argument for shorter invocations.
A SUSTAINING lIET.
These are the enervating days,
when, aa somebody has said, men
drop by tbe sunstroke as if the day
fire had dawned. Tley are -fraught
ehth danger to people whose bj stems
are p or!y sustained; and wis uais
us to say,- in the interest of the less
robust of our readers, that tbe foil
effect of flood' Sarsaparilla is such
as to suggest the propriety of call
ing tnis medicine something besides
. -vA. r
a oiooa puriner ana ionic, say, a
sustaining diet. It makes it much
easier to bear the heat, ass ares re
freshing sleep, and will witb out any
doubt avert much sickness at this
time of year.
Fortune In a Mattresa.
The police of Levallols-Perret, a
suburb of Paris, were Informed some
little time ago of the sudden death
of an old woman named Marguerite
Blassau, who had long been regard
ed as a pauper. She had been in
receipt of outdoor relief for a num
ber of years, and had been regularly
aided as well by charitable persons.
The police doctor who Inquired into
the causes of her death found some
$1000 In bank notes concealed about
her clothing, and further investiga
tions revealed the existence stowed
away In the woman's mattress of
a small fortune, consisting of bonds
to the value of over $20,000 and s
considerable sum in gold.
St Ixuia Globe-Democrat.
In France the Interest charge on
the public debt of $200,000,000 a
year, a per capita of over $5. In the
United States the interest charge is
less than thirty million dollars a
year, a per capita of 39 cents. Uncle
Sam heads the list of great nations
in financial conditions and prospects.
Hen can be cured privately and
positively at home of all weakness
and disease. Write for new free book
to Dr. J. N. Hathaway, 22i u. Broad
St., Atlanta, Ga. tf.
Now is the time to subscribe to
the Caucasian. Only $1.00 a year.
Dr. E. Detchon's Antl Diuretic
May be worth to you more than.
$100 If yoa have a child who soils
bedding from incontinence of wa
ter dnring sleep. Cures old and
young alike. It arrests the trou
ble at once. $1. Sold by Henry T.
liicks, Druggist. "
Take HERVO TABLETS, Tta Great Brain, Bleed and Ktrve Tcnic.
Permanently cured by the master
ly power of "South African Neb.
vine 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 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.
a PiiroW VMtabl RpTiiwlv that art direct
ly on the Nervous System, Brain and Blood,
ttovituiclnsrsnd ntlnf insr wasted Nerve Force.
Strengthens and feeds the Tired Brain. Builds
up the Impoverished Blood, makes it red, sad
rich, and the pale cheeks rosy and plump.
A SEXUAL, TON fC, Acta 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 Memory, Bad
Dreams, Sexual Exhaustion, Languor. Tired
Feeling, Sleeplessness, Indigestion, Constipa
Uon, and Kidney Diseases.
THE LATEST DISCOVERY For all diseases
caused by a weak, run-down condition of the
harm nnvniin or leave anv bad effects on the
system no matter how long used, but on the
other hand nothing nwtgood results will follow.
If you simply feel bad there ia nothing better to
ng this latest acietv
Strengthenr. cleanses and pari-
ARREST DECAY By taklr
flea tbe entire system, main we oia irvirouiiK.
Try one box, after that if they were t5.00 a box
you would have them.
JUST FROM EUROPE. Latest and brut dis
covery In medical science. Guaranteed to cure
any nervous disorder. Produces warmth, vigor
and power. Imparts tbe feeling and power of
ARB YOUR SEXUAL OROANS WEAK OR
INDIFFERENT. If ao your nervous system
needs a tonic before you become a total wreck.
Writ ns for this latest scientific discovery. It
is a positive cure for all nervous diseases, or
DO YOU SLEEP WELL? If not, we guar
antee this late discovery will cure yoa or refund
THE BEST DISCOVERY OP THE AGE
Makes your skin clear and smooth, flllsout j our
pale cheeks, give yoa a healthy, roburt api-ear-ance.
Makes life enjoyable.
PRICE 50 CENTS A BOX. Which ia ten days treatment, (sealed by matt.
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.
THE NERVO REMEDY CO.,
368 Wsqrv Jcffcrson Street, Louisviu. Kv. solk aocbjt ran tmk u. -
2 . t-LntW !L--gg4
The Only High Class
Monthlv. tvt 25c
a Year, In the
COXTjttfiS THC toi l OW lG
Sisftn Fast'. Fomr Colas M to iht
Every page a Magasiae la Itself; each
department edited by Meae who kaews
iswj" every number a mine of loforsaa
.(lon aad ntertalomcot.
Oao Short Story. 8krarbsl T a
PopaUr Scteaco. Amatevr IM
All the Comforts of Home. "!.
Lawyer' DvpartsneaM of Hoita 1 k
Ed i tot a Half Holiday. The Quti Cut
ria qocstioa dcpartoscaL) Ttr OisCm
iositvSbop. Sports. Oantes an4 t-mn n
Homo Stady. Tho Coaiing CtMt.tiM
Tho Tirst Thooaaad, aad WUi (x
With It, (practical aaccess 4jnvr
Tho Story of tho World. Wbci thr im
Work lo Doaa.
Saatrla Cf j lor tho JUklaf.
jdrAM GOOD TIV4XS. Columbus. 0.
CURRENT RAILROAD SHEDULES AND ArJHOUHCEr.1ErJTS.
Supposed Discovery of Oil.
Knoxvllle, Tenn., July 19. A
special from Friendsville, Tenn.,
Bays the entire populati n in excited
over the finding of what is believed
to be oil on a farm nrar the town.
The supposed oil was struck at a
depth of only 46 feet.
Why you Should
A Profit In Fowls.
The Importance of keeping as
many fowls aa possible may be de
monstrated by the fact that eggs are
usually in demand at all seasons of
the year and can be sold for cash. In
proportion to the capital invested in
poultry compared with large stock
the profits are very large. The fowls
give returns every month in the
year, and if the supply of eggs be
gins to fall off there Is some com
pensation In the higher prices ob
tained. Milk, as a rule, fluctuates
but little In price compared with
eggs, aa the latter In winter will
bring nearly twice aa much as in
aummer. Good quarters, cleanli
ness and varied food will induce
the hens to lay, both in summer
and winter, and farmers will find
It profitable to enlarge their flocks
bestow care upon the fowls.
Life, Love, Religion, these three
are one. Tell me what you love
supremely and I will tell you your
destiny. Our philosophy and our
morality must lead us at last to one
thought the idea of God. Flchte.
New Up-Town Office I New York City.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway
has opened an up-town otnee at
1183 Broadway, New York City,
m a m -A A. Tl.
corner . twenty-eignin sireei. aw
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. , ; : . '
Its business is confined strictly to the most
United States, thus its policyholders constitute
healthy portions of the
what you might call a
Every week more than a million
dollars ia sent out of the United
States in payment of coffee. Ex.
A l'laarue of Bejnraro in Kins ton
Kinston, N. C, July 19. Numer
ous complaints are reaching the
police of beggars and . other loafers
in the residence districts of Kinston,
where the women and"' children are
being continually frlghtered by
them. The people are on the look
out for burglars ' and at tho 1 least
evidence of real danger are prepared
to take decisive fcteps to protect
themselves and their families.
MILEAGE TICKETS REDUCED.
Seaboard Air Line Railway ona thou
sand mile tickets are now sold from all
It is one of the strongest companies in the World, and its assets are . MCiruiino- t.hr Trvinn!v sold 'in' the
big enough $16,367,636.00 all gilt edged, and are invested entirely in State of Florida at $30,000. These tick
America, thus receiving the constant care and attention of the officers of ets are SS? .,ver the entire Seaboard
the company. AjJ, LlQe Railway Bygtem and are non
Tf ?! a--;,w , . ored between Richmond and Washing
it is an American company, amenable only to our own laws and not ton by the Richmond, Fredericksburg
subject to the dictation of various foreign governments. and Potomac and Pennsylvania rail
It is not a racer for new business, the watch words of the company roads between Portsmouth and Balti
Hotno. W4 ronrrt h q,h..h o Jjl-l ' more bv the Baltimore Steam Packet
Its policies are simple, clean, straightforward contracts.
lis management nas been practically the same for
a quarter or a
It has paid its policyholders since organizatiod over $45,000,000.00.
you tell we what
we juage a company as we do a man. What are its moralst When
omer cuiupamea aesenea we Boatbern 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. Bee what a disttnsrniihMi
STATE OF GEORGIA,
Atlanta, Ga., May 12, 1891.
Company (Bay Line) and between
Clinton and Columbia,- S. C, byCthe
Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Rail
road. All tickets which have been
sold at $25,00 and endorsed "not good
in State of Florida" will be honored
over tbe entire system.' includinc lines
in Florida, regardless of such endorse
Can you tell we what sort of
weather we may expect next month?
wrote a subscriber to the editor of a
paper, and the editor replied as follows:
"It is my belief that the weather
next raonth will be very much like
Tho enquirer wondered for an
hour what the editor was driving at,
when he happened to think of the
word, "unsettled." He sent in the
required amount next day.
Rheumatic paim are the cries of protest
and distress from tortured muscles, aching
Joints and excited nervea. The blood has
been poisoned by the accumulation oi
waste matter in the system, and can n
longer supply the pure and health sustain
A. & 11. C. RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE 20
To take effect July 101901, at
Supersedes Time Table No. 20, June 16
TfT a m n
wny jar. iiardeman had a policy in the
of The South.
The Direet Line to all points
Texas - California
Strictly FIRST CLASS Equipment
on all through and local trains ; Poll-
man Palaoe Sleeping cars on all nignt
trains. Fast and sale schedules. .
Travel by the Southern and you are
assured a safe, comfortable and expe
ditions journey. '
Apply to ticket arenta for tlsas ta
bles, rates and general information, or
(No trouble to answer questions)
& H. HAEDWICK, G. P. A..
Washington. D. a
A Bomanoo of The Wheat Pit.
The End of the Deal is the title
of an unusually good business serial
story which is to begin In an early
. number of the Saturday Evening
Post, of Philadelphia. A famous
transaction on the Chicago Board of
Trade is the basis upon which the
author, Mr. Will Payne, has found
ed this striking romance ' of the
Wheat pit. " A charming love story
runs through the stern and stirring
plot. - ,
We offer oae bnndred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh shat cannot be
ursd by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY & COM
? y; 1 f Prop's 4Toledo, Ohio.
' 137m fh. rinHnval apt a A k... W n
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-'
lleve him perfectly honorable in all
busines transactions and financial!
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm. v.,t , , . -4
West ATruax, Wholesale Druggists,
'Jill " ' Toledo, Ohio.
Walding, Klnnan A Marvin,
Ma. JOS. H. Morgan. StwMnl Airf Atlanta
Dear Sir: As azent of the Manhattan T.ifA
New York, it affords me Dleasnre to sav to von thar. mx, fsth i.
nIthSL!qfiSi Th,whle ,yrtei5 BOred ln yooAcompany, and by reason of the late war, he was unable to
feel ottol aad poison ; and reaca your eomoairv and oav his nremlnma aa th th nl 7 Itl
not untune Wood lias been purified and the cessation of hostilities, mv ft W "11"
jour company have paid to my mother the amount of his policy less
the amount of .premium unpaid. Yours Truly
. rilV- ' " Signed) R. U. HARDEMAN, State Treaturen
Atd this was not an isolated case by no means. - . ... .
So soon as the civil war was over the Manhattan announced that
the company was readv to communicate with tha niri nnifAhiHAM in
yltlng them to reinstate their policies; making one condition only, that Lv
AiavjuuiuOAO DUVU1U UO lit UUU liVOlvlls Z
buch an act of geneiosUy was nnthought of by any other company
or corporation. . ; --.
t. Knorll8 nai their Southern policyholders werenost of them.men
wno nad made everv sac rifle rjossihla tnr tha lanri that tkA. -t V j
Afteramvfav it fiheJ KTik JwTw r . muiw w poverty, tney oirered, in lieu of
rtnsr in snitrnttssi i - w vr cavwasai ca iiura uuvHnuir s.n nnnro nvominm -imm a
'tTSSaSeia f " hadt.lRp8e,d t J dla Placed these
a i driaiVirA I policies on the same footinc of nthnr nniiniAB nt thn ao
a-a-TttiSiakr w mno nu annuities. fc - , .r -
wmysujr vwt even lurtner: in cases where the insurer was
unable to comply fwlih theso 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 tt stood on the date of the larae
from the non-payment of Dremiums . 1 4apT
AlJiough the Manhattan iiaa marl a
r 1 .W Which WM nnfe fllri K- .K.. V "JC r."' . . v B""y,
- "7,-" vwu uvtwiwu vgmpitties, "on tne sr round
c troubles, i tnat tne disloyalty or Southern noUcvholders vitiate thir
puit it: remains' on jrecor4;that the Manhattan was true and steadfast.
honest and Annltahla .(.on .it Ati.M . V w u Bwaaasj,
Hma fThW-rTrrT7V ,a soldiers in the
. b n wi I. ii mm
Goldsboro 7 60
Best's 8 OS
LsQrsnge 8 13
Falling Creek 8 23
Kinston 8 30
Caswell......... 8 46.
Dover 8 66
Core's.Creek . .9 07
Tuscarora : ..9 21
Clark's 9 25
New Bern... 9 40
New Bern..: 9 60
City.... 11 02
benefit, I declined to continue
Kmf er. Having beard of 8. 8.
Morehead City 11 07
M. City Depot. .... 11 15
hobble around on crutches, and very soon thero
after bad ao use for them at all. 8. a S. bavins
cored mo sound and welL All tbe distressing
pains have left aae, my appetite has retnrned
: agaia r
. aad I am hapey to bo i
reatored to perfed
tne great vegetable
purifier and tonic.
There are no ornate at
- - - x t. .l. ,!
uuiiamu in i va uisturu uie aigcsuon ana
lead to ruinous habits. - .
We have prepared a special book on
Rheumatism which every sufferer from
this painful disease should read. Itiatha
most complete 4m interesting book of
the kind in existence. Jit will be sent free
to any oncf desiring It. Writeurpliyri
dans fully and freely about your ease ws
make ho charge for medical advice.'
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, Sjy
IU10 w PAYiimrra to PoiicraouHCBS to Premiums Rkckived
... vbou Oeganizatipn to Januaby 1ST, 1900.' -
Falling Creek.;., s 10 22 - si
Kinston........ s 10 1215s !
DvOlM 9 M om
ComPny 1 l. Business, f t If Beceived.
Manhattan iife, Aug, 1850, f 55,763,054
NOTICE OP SALE.
I will, on Monday July lt 190L
expose to public sale at the United
otates Court Harass f and P..t nfflAl tl. :
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intpA,. i. BniMina. in thU mU - i-t" . TI
and acta direct!- on th Z ilZZl :rr Vy ' - JYt vt Y'ulNAtIonaI Life.
. w - wnuixts,
aaatimAiiiila. fr-A y .-, i -1 "- va-irs, -varpeis ete.
nr-rciMirftrii Tr.tJi n t Asrms ox sale cash.
-I,.. jL'l. r CO., Toledo, O. f n nrrvn a kt
jxxmbb. uie, AUg. 1851,
Penn Mutual, May, 1847,
New York Life, April, 1845,
Sold by draggists, 75c.
iiy Tills are the best,
- f 8 1.31
4?feKTwtte twhattM earned Its tltte,, Tliet Old Sellable."
BU I lbK a AYER, General Agents, Baleigh, N. C.
' - Passenger cept 8nn
STATION a uaiiy aay. Mxr
. soUd Frt
i - . " - . cars - and
i-' . Passenget
A. A. 1.JL
Goldsboro....;. 1106 8 56
Bests b 10 43 iSSt
LaGrange....... s 10 82 s 8 22
Caswell f 9 60 ,f 7 60
Dover. s 9 42 is 7 43
Dover ...... a 9 40
Core Creek.MMM.. s 9 S0JQs 7, 31
Tuscarora s9 20 . s7 20
Clark's. .... . f 9 12f 71 12
New Bern - s 9 00 s 7 00
New Bern. 8 87 U 6 47
KiTerdale....... f 8 IS f fl 23
CroaUn.......... f 8 09 a 6 19
Havelock......... s8 00 s 6 10
Newport...;... . . . s 7 4ft . s 5 66
VYildWOOa.. I 7 S 16 49
Athwitic t 7,85,.;.f5 42
Ar Morehead Cityis 7 27;s 5 87
Lv Morehead City...... 7 22 6 3S
Atlantic HofceL.r n . -ir
- M.City Depot Lv. 7 06 5 20
1 W Water sUtion! A f Stop on Sig
nal. , a Regular Stop. Telegraph
THAD C STURGIS,
S. A. L.
Direct Line to All Petite ia
' A 1a1im a
, Porto Bico.
FAST LIMITED AND EXPRESS
TRAINS, FIRST-CLASS EQUIP
MENT and the best vxmmodatien,
tti . ' : : i - - i - . . .
Day coaches and Buffet Sleeping cars
on all trains. , A ;
Travel by the "FLORIDA AND
and you are atrured of a quick
ana a comzortapie Journey;
U;:i2lcCu:ir3 kr Scrri:
AS. Z2. BA&n, 1st' yice-Preaident
IS - . nd Qocsral Manager. ;
Cell ca oir wrlta "for time tables,
rates and other Inisnsation toK ;
W. & R. R.
AM l ATLANTIC COAST LIN 1Kb
COMPANY OF SOUTH
TBAQRB 80IHG 80TTU
10 C21 J7
TIUIMI QOUQ BOKTa
mm fcfi Km UQ aaO
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Lv Fkaamas 9 60 3 So .....
Lv Farattsvuls.. 11 ia 9 41
Lt Balms 1 60 .... 11 85 ...
Ar Wilson 1 S6 IS IS
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LV WUnunrton .... 7 00 tt 8:
LvMasnoua ... S SO 11 10
LvGoloaaorsw, 4 S3 9 87 12 28
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LvWIlaon... 2S6SSS12U1045 1 IS
aj Rocky Mount, 8 80 6 Ujl2 46 U 2S I tt
Lv Kooky Mount, S SO .1143 ....
ar Wsktmi iis. 1 1
tDaliy axotpt Monday. SDsUy
WUmtngton and Wsldoa BaShtmi. Tsd
IrinDlvlaloa MslnMne TTalnsMres TTU
FEF011 arrival FayattsvtUs
i206p.inlma ftryattsvilla liap.mu,
BfJQford 1 4S p. m. Botornlzxc kmv
oanford 80 6 p. aau. antvs VvsttovUls 4 S3
p. ol, mwrrm avausfUM su
Wllmlntton 9 25 n. m.
Wilmington sad Waldon Bsthosd,
vul SOS a. ta, Mazton 90S
Sprint 9 06 a. m Hops Mllla IS 61
arrive Fajottevills U 18. PaCorntnc
FayaOsvills wtta trala Bis
nu, issa eprrngs 8 . nu, ad
m- arrrfoa BosnoturriUsTlS p.
Connaouons at rayatavrllls w
78 as jtanon wtta tne OanUsa n- mi
Bailroad, at Bad Barlnn with the Bad
Springs and Bowmors "rnl. aSCaafatd
wttiTSsBoaboard Air iSsand SomaXa
Bauway at Gull with DnrnrnTZS
Chariot Kallioad. ,
ma on tn waak Branob
Isarsa Waldos S 68 p. sau, HaUfaz 4 17
Tills fc67 n. nu. Kinason7a
8-1& a 'nC urriTm7!!!!! "sbl?
tt mmmnm 11 m , ,limilj TIITI CUnOST.'
Trains on Washnirton Baaoh ksvs Usasv
Isavslteaais 9JS a. nu aiwl fcB pTsaTajw
OSSrOahOk ' . .JO, . mmFmZ1 "
w w osawuKsJsja AXaaU WL IB Ha
rtwam Mrnmih m.mh w. mm. 1
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IL S. LEARD, T.P. A,' . I I
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a. is cauy
r a p.
las MSvaa rmunu daHv
m X .
rjaa a. aa ana coaosy wa.
bora 10O0 a. ia. and lto a.
sore kSa ss. 'T
Monnt at 9-X3 a. as. 8 40 p. sav. aahsi
nils 10 23 a. mJTk SaTlSj li
Train da (Satan Crsaeh lasvsa T7aiaKi
te cmdoti Catly.axpegt enndtry, 11;Oil!
Train Ko. 7J masSss elss at
? HStJl tttm Earth dstly. ah isTl
fts f TrJ.1 .. jT
J. R irr t,yj Vt
Dou on Daily SiRvia
"CAPITAL til Y KOUTE.-
6h!rt line to principsl cities of Its
8onth and Southwest, Florda,Coba,
Texas, California and Mexico, reus
ing the Capitals ot six States.
1WKFTBCT If AT 26, l'JOl.
ar OoiuaiMa .......
... 7uuata lOSSpa
.. 105 am Itepa
.. l7pm lUia
8 10 pel Its sm
. SISaaa fto.pm
HO 81. SO. 41.
Lv BalstfKh 410 am I t4p
ar HaaJet. 7 OJ am 7 Pip
ar Wilmington,... IS Oipm
Ar.Cnanocia, U 0a. IuISm
ArSJJasua.w m J ftj soa sua
Ar Snroata CAW C... a lOnm lloaast
Ar MaoonCof Oa....:M 7SO.m 11 iO as
AiMostg'iy A A WP.. 9S0psa lltSsa
At MobUa L A N 164am 4 ISP
Ax Now Or loans LAV. 7 SO am ssOp
ar Nash Till M O Adt L SS)am 6N)o
Ax Memphis 4 00pm SiOsa
3 IS am
Lv KaleiKh .
Ax Wash' ton H 4WBB
at Usmmon B 0 P Co.
Ar jaew York ODssOo
ax PlillarstltJds H YTAa 6 46 pm
8r STtw Tork.M.....M..S aOpbi
Lv RaUlgli...... ........ 1 wjsss
ar. M or Una S IS am
ar Rkwmomd M SSmm
AT Waaainstosi, r. SVJt 10 lOaoa
Ax Baltlmoro FEB ... llamas
AX PaUlaastrphm P B. 1 Spm
atxiow YoraPBB.... 416pm
II 30 am
axoapt Bandar Eaatera
Connsetums at JaeksoBville sad
Tampa, for all Florida East Coast
points, aad Cuba aad Porto Bieo. At
New Orleans, for all points ia Ttx
Mexico and Calif orals.
auariso cla aaarica.
Nos. 81 and 24 Florida aad Mttrs
potiua Limited. Drawl of Hjo9
rtleepint;, and Throufh lsy Coicbet
between Mr York and JacfcaonTiU
Throof b Drawlnf Room Bnffet ilp
ins; cars between Hew York and At
lanta. ' Nos. 27 and SA Florida and Atlanta
Fast MaiL Throafb Drawiaf aw0
Buffet blee pine Cars betweea
York JacksontUle. oonneUns; at Haav
let with tileeplnar Car so and iron At
lanta, Tickets on sals to all points. Pa
man birtha. Reserved and reserva
tions mads on outgoing steameri
rrom Norfolk. BaczaT checked,
from hotel and residenoes without i
extra ehax-a. Call at the
Up-town Ticket Of ficcj
EelL Ealfih aad Utsrstats 'Fboitat 117.
IL 8. LEA UD, T. P. Am, Ralsif
RT E. L. BUACII, Genl Pass. Ares
Portsmouth. Vs. ;
JAS. XL BARE, 1st Vlos-Prssidest
y ' and General Manacer.
J nis 12th 190L
1 Station. i
S. L. DILL, Gen. Cupt.'
H...f mmm .m.
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