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The Wedding Bell, i PASSING TO THE LEFT. Puzzltt i v taking wife with a dowry , lt(- tiu- .hicotmon lnherltuuce, Mm H.idly Interfered with Ul i ' , r..r hi ni 1 falling in ...f'C I Ml 1 1 v" " " . . ... .. ith Uu s reteroi out; i iu ,! light haired, fair complei- .1 . t,,-n ntAfl tlnlli.it. I.IICV i iiiMi, .'I s ih-iuiw 11 " . ... m r.ji-time ill prospect, uuu. as ior a . - i ... mm IK) OUe lO K1VV uw . .11 I, ...I.. for In t parents aim - we poor an church mice. . k '.vnrtliHi'SS JOUng aue-oumju wwr 1Hi his father on the subject, oniy L.lv tlie nneruau- vi imui u r Mug dfclnlieriiea. joun ... - I...... I i i,. i -itisell iue lunei uuu i .. ........ f,.r Luc, who would noi con mh rilice. Uer lover pieaaeci : Kentucky Ned. ttT Original When 1 went out west to spend a summer on my father's much I,. was at an iie to regret that I should "lulss the attentions of the young men of the tsuclal world to which I belonged. I wan told that I would meet uo men k-tj. toll i An English Custom Which Whtn Met In Canada, Lui-'W,W W"en yu g abroad you expect r . . it finj tkmra ,i ; r i. t L lOrlginai.j i v uuu luniua uiuch'ui UUUI ttli northern mnu oi b-' nomc, ana you try to take every .... ..ikIu inive fair coin I tt.;r. .. t o : till' y"lK I miuf, on a ninnti ui vuuise. cu m i,t hiiiruuu oiueejcH. iuc.v jugmng wnen y0U learn that rail. road trains pass to the left and not ikif mini win kv. i j.i.A i. . ... i.. lu i soim inru v - i iu inc. Mi;iiL, us wmi us, hiiu wucn ii .Ij.us-omi HI UUf ucaiu . w I artii tiTwl that thA eamr mi a F i,.h U'Oultl ui:vh- - - i juu uuu viiub biiu oaiuv I uiv HIV a,,!! IoIhi javuo -i rouu applies in city streets anu . Ulti ahntim Bf I i I ir iksiioii tuui ",B ""- country nignways nnu uvways, you i . tliu. Tn in II v una- I t : : i i ... . . t'iiuu".; - - i may ui? uioiiivuiueuccu, uuv vou irv to remember and get along some how. But when you go to Canada and find this left handed state of things existing you are bewildered. There has been no ocean trip to prepare you. Vou pass from ankee soir to Canadian soil without knowing when, and somehow you expect to find the ordinary affairs ot life mov ing inong as you have been accuS' tomed to. One dav vou are in Portland, Me., the next day in St. John, N. B, You face the direction in which you w'lFh to go and stand beside the right hand trolley track waiting for a trollev car. The car comes, but it is eoinir the wrong way for you '....---in mn I'm I cl.ift in t loft une mere ihum w ""-"y 'r r". . , ni.i ..t i,ut fi. notwithstHmlinL' the 1IUV Ul lit UCIJ Ulllll jvri. uiv wan very wucn mier- j oui in ine t" in'- i iiurcn. ur umj mmiT i icn tlie ironey r,.ii, oruip ior mnra arwiuu. i grt driving. Anotner team ap thing wautiug ri li 'll i tfuiwcnpiioqii anu ijir i . -ci10g , ou genty on the I in Hbundance in the second. For iu- ail niiiiiarr of evlj wherel)y to I , t j :n 0Xnectin2 Dobbin stancv. In presence of danger I would or Maude or whatever the bcastie's Infinitely rather be uuder t::e p;otei- . tlon of the oowboyt. But 1 dil not feel nt v.. nnt n rAeiw;ns. On the n.T uneresi m uiPin contrary. The argument is not con - . . . . eluded when the hon-es stanu lace Hit natt.w. une aay upu yuu a i.i. a irjing Q inuni-e ui r ... i. l. nt and permit Win to i.:. i,rotWr of the i-hafts By that time you have reinern bcred, and after an apology you nroceed. . . ii . . t: The mutter ei-jieciaiiy puzzuug. ince tlie timer cai is n u- right. But the Canadians find thi handv. There the men do most of the talking, and when two teams are nasins the horses are checked . i . . .. and tlie mm imd inemscives ciose together. With us in like case the women t...ia tl r nr-firril nositinns from a nnvprutionnl standrMJint. Ant that's how it should be A HARD WON BET. Carrying Four Bricks Half a Mil Is Not an Easy Task. "The hardest won bet I ever made," remarked the traveling man as he shook the ashes off his cigar, "was to carry four bricks half a mite. That sounds like a simple thing to do, doesn't it? Well, you try it and you will find out whether it is or not. Uf course the manner ... ... . CM... ...II h.l hut Wimoill fUWI. iiuc miiu . .i .h iv nun necessary, and If ahe it j;-'t .1 in a i. oi.. f.tr Its l.uirTiUK. nmi wuen ... . .... fll nf .ih l'.'L' The coiiKetiueuce was t:.,- .ii.mh reir.alnwl without a ml I'll1 nlKHly knowa that a vh v. i-hout a bell la use riw except eowlHiyu. whom I knew to be u of carrying the bricks is important. wllil. dissipated, suootlng and general. A maQ bet nie that X couldn't carry ly disreputable set. lu truth. I did not two i.rieks ;n each han(1 from where wish t go. but I was not in guod we were buck to the hote and put health, and the dochjr recommended thm up on the counter. The the open air of raueh.fe. i,:.kg .vere to i)0 nut B:dc bv 6Ae When I got ou the rauch I found the and grasped, two in each hand, be tween the thumb and lingers, the fingers pointing down. I was not allowed to stop and rest nor to put the bricks down. "Well, thought 1, that's $2 easily earned, so 1 took the bet and start ed. For a quarter of the distance it was easy, and I already felt that $2 in my pocket. But then my fingers began to grow tired. The muscles between my forefingers and thumbs were soon aching terribly. My arms began to pain me and to throb like mad. I found myself setting my teeth together, and the cords in my neck were in a high state of tension. hen 1 came mntrv vou have forcot- ,0"rtl,,M"s8 of ,ne ne otnpnwi with wUhin a hundred yards of the hotel ley w Ji2& Vou i""'"""1 W1 0,"er Wh"n Acre was scarce! - an inch in my uey car epibout. iou my ,,reKC!,K.e that there was some- , , , , . ,. J , . Jg Another team ap- thing w'autiug in the first that I found whole body tin t was not aching as ii i mm ueen siuck inn oi inus. "I don't know how I managed to go that last little distance. I coul no longer stand erect, and i was trembling like a leaf, and yet the other fellow was alongside, laugh ing as if to split his sides. And surioundiugs pretty much as I had ex pected. However. I got exhilaration j from the life that I had not expect ed. Every morning after breakfast I mounted a borne that had been provid ed for me and. with father for nu at tendant. galloied over our broad acres till noon. Then 1 lunched and rested till near dinner time, after which meal I was not long In seeking my couch. The consequence of this mode of life was remarkably beneficial, and I gain ed strength every day. The eowboya were not so uninterest ing after all. Nothing could lie more different from the ways of the beaux, to whom I had lieen accustomed, and I re- 1 1, v tlie young man said: rim- h of a dowry do you '.::!:err . ;,- tliat the old man's mind ' uf wry moment on the defl- . ; . :i bell. "ou may marry !. .il.. "if she will provide a r ! :. iiim-h. It must I the V t t nver i i-ovlded for It and ,. !! IM.r wut of sliver In Ita There was one exception. He v called Kentucky Ned. Stray bits " 1 itnocln itniAPiilitr tittn Aiisii tfk mv dm !g I . - . ..... i .i ii.a nM vm. re driv- XtT. ... V. '. " . when 1 got into the hotel it was ai in " j i ur wu ii win ui mai'h. Miecn in a cihii , , . . . . . . i ,.. ni-:n1 ibin liut vou to ,.- , i.. tt I eouiu uo to raia- nrsi one nanu . n . . I I ,rA i Unn iUt ti urwl miT tho ... lit vliltA I UtJll IHWU tl. "U". lMS. vv n.,H hA left it itwe.n inidniir!it nmi bricks on the counter, i know tna moinlnir. He had driven stage, served I couldn t have gone fifty feet lar . I . t a i. il iU - l a. a I X as n private in the united states nrmy mer. I coi me uui iue nexi and herdet' sheep. Father hud takeu Jay 1 could scarcely move, and Into bin employ without knowing djJn't ret over the soreness for a bin. O A Square-Deal Is assured you when you buy one of Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines for all the in gredients entering into them are printed on the bottle - wrappers and attested undcj oath as being complete and correct. They are gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selected from the most valuable na tive, medicinal roots found growing in our American forests. While potent to cure they are perfectly harmless even to tho most delicate women and children. , ; .- .-i away disheartened. He ; i, .'! that I.ncy had v man i (niirose and that to re- v as equivalent to suylng ii.. .1 not marry Lucy at all. ii ii.- v uu sweetheart again be h.r '.i !j it iiis father bad salj. She i- .) irX at the time, but tna I ! s!ie MIT John She SaUh i .ii I .-... me well enough ta wait ' .r a .g wUUr . '. !;..t nmrry any one else." anything more of his antecedent than any uf bis other cattle tenders and didn't know the Kentuc klan was a uen tlcm.-iu Imm till I apprised him of the fact. Then father wanted to kuow how I found it out. There was more that father would have liked to know. Kentucky Ned hud fallen heel over bend In hive with me. Not that he said so: he knew I was too far beyond his reach. I offer him week, try it." It loot easy, but just you Detroit Free Press. i ri-i 'TV tlia 1.... wt n.Aiir9.ntn.nt. Hailroad trains don't pass to the He Blinply saw and was conquered left in Canada. In fact, they don t without a word or a look from me. did I kuow this? It was as plain je ns the sun In heaven. The day came when I In turn was conquered, and by Kentucky NeL not by a word, but by an act. Some Queer Shoes. We are all familiar with the wooden shoe of the Chinese, with its dark elotii top. The Portuguese shoe has a wooden sole and heel, with a vamp made of leather, fanci- Nor did j fully .showing the Hesh side of the Not a drop of alcohol enters into Dr. Pierce's leading medicines. A much better agent is used both for extracting and preserving the me dicinal principles, viz. pure triple refined glycerine of proper strength. This agent possesses medicinal properties of its own, being a most valuable anti-septic and anti-ferment, nutritive and soothing de mulcent. Glycerine plays an Important part in Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery in the cure of indi gestion, dyspepsia and weak stom ach, attended by sour risings, "heartburn," foul breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach, biliousness and kindred derangements of the stom ach, liver and bowels. For all diseases of the mucous membranes, the "Golden Medical Discovery " is a specific. Catarrh, whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach, bowels or pelvic or- a a . v gans is cured Dy u. in enmme Catarrh of the Nasal passages, it is well, while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery " for the neces sary constitutional treatment, io cleanse the passages freely two or three times a day with Dr. bage s Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course of treatment generally cures " Discovery " is not so good for acute coughs arising from sudden colds, nor must it be expected to cure consumption in its advanced stages no medicine will do that but for all the obstinate hang-on, or chronic coughs, which, if neg lected, or badly treated, lead up to consumption, it is the best med icine that can be taken. . It's an insult to your intelli gence for a dealer to endeavor to palm off upon you some nostrum of unknown composition in place of Dr. Pierce's world-famed medicines which are of known composition. Most dealers recommend Doctor Pierce's medicines because they, know what they are made of and that the ingredients employed are among the most valuable that a medicine for like purposes can be made of. The same is true of leading physicians who do not hes itate to recommend them, since they know exactly what they con tain and that their ingredients are the very best known to medical science for the cure of the several diseases for which these medicines are recommended. With tricky dealers it Is dif ferent. Something else that pays them a little greater profit will be urged upon you as "just as good," or even 'better. You can hardly altera to wears a high t,n. at all except at sidings. There uow is only one truck. Washington to n ro-t. nn in th worst rnses In coughs and hoarseness caus-! accept a substitute oj unKnown com ed bv bronchial, throat and lung position and without any particular of light wood richly in- affections, except consumption in record of cures m place ot Doctor a strap extending over its advanced stages, the " Golden ' Pierce's medicines which are OP Medical Discovery" is a most emci ent remedy, especially in those ob- skin. The Persian shoe made laid, with the instep. The Muscovite shoe is wooden tratnc Disraeli's Quick Wit. P.eniamin Disraeli when contest- ing the toruagn oi making hw first appearance wiore th electors of that most corrupt old bcrough was, on account of his Hebrew onrm, received with mam ing pieces oi Hrk upon pucnioras, duuitinir out ironical invitations, sueli-a. "Have a bit of this." "Try a bit of Uu-on. sir," etc. Waiting until the excited mob had cooled fi,e future irinie minuter. to anv ncrasiuil, addressed tlieni, saving "l-adies and gentle men. 1 now feel sure of being your ...,....t ...1 iiin.liiliiti for as I look to il14. ri-lit or the left or look Is' fore ca' I mi otTers f ho-p'lality ,n ..v. rv side." Needless to s.iv, he I i returned tutu a greai huij-mu,. u ifJ wkt fl (Mjur I(t r,;i. j il)COn nrrjVcd, earning a wooden nortp tor on. ami l FRANCIS P. VKXAM.K. I'RKSIM-NT -K"'' ..twivn tae ...ders ;,! Ihe bhiff. cut fawllorMf hi shoulder The A Vll "j CHAri-l. 1HU.. X. C. : ting their course t r.glit itngU-s. Ihei. j sm;,t.,, uproariously, but it ' o-,oa. m.. No. 107. westbound. dAilv. 1 Crassma Bar. (,.. . ,,,f..r..,l leisnn-lv alons t!:e ed-e 0' .1' ,t...t '. 7;Vla... "I ' .. i:, 1.1 aW."'jaT lOSXXSSirV'Mi This H the story of how leiui- lIlt, ,,iHfr. rt i.1(.( p, a ;1 aro n... . , ? hj .wints: connects at Greensboro with t". l T Uvtr'.f,r 9r Cnn .on e.e to write hi l eaot.ful :lt ,he il!tli,eue herd co ning ri:'..t to ' ' ' luL. fv around the S. Fast Mail for IMnvillc, Lynchburg. M K 1 liOWCrtOIl CL 5011 C'i.,;. the Pur." He had heel: nard lilui. Tliere s.vmed i,.t 'r. aa.I iIemnly awttn-M i'i I on , iv when he was ,-buu.v In a thousand for bin. to, a;., sorry Itag produced bv he judge We!.t, a? also with No. 7 for Charlotte iH PAOp wry 1 I. ami one d.i ln m n .juu 1 l;:e and bmie.'. nmi eM-lain.ed pathelicuMv, "Well. ati intermediate stations. Southern U UIU it!lldUlt! eonvHleM eMt he was s.ttin jr u - " ; All,i lut did be ju.lgc. this is the first time I ever Railway lining Cars orate,! on trains - i TTuMnvol ,v. S.id.l.itly bis nur-e sa.d t ".. . lMW m Vu- L, fi, U(1r,t ,,f it in a horse trade!" Xos.36.nd30. , .., ,. 'M iVlOtleril r UllGlcll I .. ... ... 1 1 to the rrossruads ar. b. Therein a de tl f .u will Cud a corn , i.-: 1 ,. nm-u the ears, which r . .v 1 !.-;.: them to me. !ii .i'..l.Tiiij. brousht her the I i" put them away and the s r:.- j. .int.-d them at one end of f :itti -r canlt n. When the autumn . !!iiti'. miH b seej that " .i" u t r Kiiu f.r even a small ' it In the garden. Rbe took : oi. farmer, auother tueas ! !i. r. mid SO OH. Until llf bad ! '.r seed, asking Ibein to t " ' -ri..! a 11.I telKng them that . t t- to buying a tll for ir : Tiiey were all Interested k- i-i'r -i d she suKResttsl. iv . ; autumn there were a outn ' ' riii.m vi h.i tin, seed tt spare. I khv the siirj'lus to othetn. ; 1. t sj.rins: there was not a '-rested in the church who ; r.t a prtlm of , bis ground ' 1 f .r the ehunb U ll. lint tlii ail knew that tbey .ily get the liell for the ' -v j; 'tot Lucy, whom they all I 1 .1 o,.t .r ver f.r a bus ' ' i.r year passeit and the hirge ttmt fe wna with " t ii iiish preparel uround wa ' ' .in it, but there were ren ' ry ont shuiild help to the m l every kernel wns planted i if Inereuse weut on till a ' ihe fifth year tlie who! "I. and there wni plenty f buy 9 ls li larre ettoUM! t. "r nod with a greater H-r "f silver In Ita composition I l e stipulated. 1 n .tiiiiiiiiHiii waa so delighted 1 I .v' plan tbnt be willingly ful 1 i t 'tnlse. though so great waa ' ' ' -! In the matter anions the '-nt if be bad not they would " ' ' l him ut of the church. " ii iv;w ,i.v,jp,j that tha marriage '' "te off till the bell had 1 ' ' ami put Into the tower and ' ! strokes should relebrate ' I 'ii of tw one whos plau lui l procurement. ft a coin "t to the elty, contracted for 1 'if. and In due time It waa flu- ! lu re tu llmiiiiu Mluiiit 1 lie to ls put on it, some wish- 1 I it the corn liell. while wf hers I InscrllaHl as tha wed l The titlt-r iirwvalliait. it ws .t up in the tower old 1 priivideit a fine wethllng. at 'Ii every iimn, woman and child ' I i-l.iiited the aeed was present, "j" ...i,ii mrJy m(rtfw ta the m h tli.Me lii tini! In.n Inalnunen- 1.. .. . 1 .. me U ll'a i.r.llw.ll..n Ui, .11. I JlunUTT in . uiiiv v - ... i.j ii,i, ai 1. .me fft,. .i. .. .n.i all I Irian nrovmcc, VUh ' " ' I . .....- I .... ....... . i.u ,u..i. - - 1 - . . ,. , 1' .... iiirij act of especial lnefit to nie. nor did he kuow that be was influencing me. Indeed, be did not kuow that 1 saw the act which wu r.ie. Father and I were out 0.1 one of our nioruiug rides. From au eminence we were looking at a herd of cattle. Some thing bad frightened them, and they were running w ith their tails in the nlr toward a bluff. Now. I hud learned enough about rattle ti know that when a herd gets going It can't stop. Those in the rear keep crowding those ahead, and It d'esn't matter If the advance one come t a precipice high as Nlag ura-they will lie forced over. None ecu stus unless it la the In the rear. We saw .o r cattle going like aw l for the bluff, and It did not seem th.it any of t!uin would lie left alive. Then we saw a cowl-iy-I recogntail ... B .. . I .1 r...l... H i. I loT leiHIICkJ .mi. lll"llil lii.iai .'l.'-i'l -miiir iiiui.ill fro:il Usl '. hand woven, on a and but little attention is paid to stinate. hane-on-coughs caused by N'nr n-n the the shanc of the foot. leather is irritation and coneestion of the sometimes ued, but the samiai is cenerallv made of silk cordage and woolen cloth. The Siamese shoe has the fom of an ancient canoe, with .1 "on.!. I iow and an onen toe. -- 1 The sole is made of wo-wl, the upper of inlaid wood and cloth, and the exterior is elaborately ornamented in colors with gold and silver. Lincoln's "Host" Trsds. When Lincoln was practicing law in Illinois, jinl:e that they should make a horse trade at ! o'clock the next morning, neither t see the other's horse un til the time of the trade and the one who backed out to lose $23. The judje was on time, leading the sorriest looking nag over seen in tho.e parts. In u few minute bronchial mucous membranes. The irvnwv composition ana nave a record of forty years of cures behind tbem. You "know what you want and it is the dealer's business to supply that want. Insist upon it. Southern Railwa EFFECTIVE JASCARV 6, IOC7 j Trains leave Durham, N. C. ! 1:10 a. m. Xo. HI westbound daily foj 1 Greensboro and points South and West. Connects at Greenslwro with No. 8 north j tor Danville and Richmond, and south 1 with Nos. 39. 33, 1 1 and 3;, for Snlis- ! inity. Charlotte, V.oiumt.ia. avannan, , Charleston, Jacksonville, At.anta, and Sew Orleans; at halisimry ior Asnevine. Kroxvilk-f Chattanooga, Nashville and ; thtr points west. ; :i:a. m., Xo. in, castbound. datly for Raleigh, Selma aiidl foldsboro. Lar-1 ri.s Fullman Sleeper Greensboro to Ral-; eigh. 0:1 1 a.m., o. lor, casinounu, aauy 7 . .. .. .. , .-..,1.1 .. ! or Kaiciun. reima aim .uu.Mmru. wu- :iccts at Selnu with Atlanti." Coast Line ; UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 1789-1908 Head of the State's Educational System DEPARTMENTS College Engineering Graduate Law Mcdicice rharmaiT Li'-rrirv contains 4,,0() volumes. New water works e-bcllic lights, central heating syuiu. New ilorini tories, gymnasium, Y M.C. A. buiiding. libra.y. 7M STUDENTS ft! IN I.ACUI.TY The Fall Term lirg ns Sept. 7. i9i M. Address I,;.., "N 011 nu" it to Ik asiiiiiM iiia - -r- . yourself. Mr. Tennyson; vou ought i... ntf,rewiiir oiir uraiiimw i"i from 11 UTV bud W to m epre vour recovery 1 1 1 1. 1 t.J.l, t.. , a ( ,1.. I!:.l....l 1, .. tiiiii.i.i 01 uih vuiiuie. iiuit-it .... puffed as ciwliy os ir lie were 111 imt feet safety. Fathi-r and I watched biui so terror couldn t either of ih I saw the cattle b the lead try to slop. Hiey were ior. .i, on, however, but 'when those dlwii. In their nur came to the pln.e wh. re the first bad rcdueed their ac they irlwl to stop too. Pretty skii inst the cattle bad siieve.ed Ita slopping: and were all licking the grass. Then those wblcli had teeti pushed In tlie advance stoped, liirm.! and wen back. The herd was savwl. That nltht father sent for Kentucky Neil to thank blm for saving thousands f dollars In cattle. Father asked Him how be did It. what man me neru . ...a s I II... the oilici-N of tbf Saiss p,v; tUut ernmeiit. and. with Clenera luf..r V-tlenixl. WnrB saw then, of the Swis army as H ',,,i, r " heading for the Wuff I renle aer.s committee wa appointed i i. .'. ,hpp front w,th u,,. i,g and nattenni to give iintua to the move- ,,, M,t twfrtre them. Every one . menf. The result wa me ueneva l!ipm snlffeel It ana was oouim iw eii of 1801 and tm i.eu for It." York A mer- 1 thaukAl Kentucky .ei. io. h I I .tl.l ... n litm IllV llUllll. I ICO" I ... 1 1.1. .iiffi.tte. mut he knew aftel that that I was not o far above bUn ne by giving us something, by giv- j ptrleken that we 1 ili it V the world." sieak. Suddenly a .I..-. I . 1 . a . , t a... a.. 1 ... lt out iitHl stra-guiwiiy . . ...I wrote rosmg im1 " 1 ...i. it in tmre as a tteaiT orfiii-iiii. 1 - offering. I .ondoii News. Tha Red Cress. The honor of ronreiviitg the ide is nut of which the Kee! Cross sovie t) mm IhIoiil's to Henri I'lmitit, e . . - - . ,, l-renrh bllllliinit Jiruin. IOC Superstitious Fishtrmen Herrinir fishermen in the old world are many of thorn remarka bly superstitious. I or instance, on some lishins Imats whistling is for bidden, and neither milk nor burn ed bread is allowed on board. Fur thermore, not even the name of that unhickv animal, the hare, may be mentioned, and n common meth oil of minishimr an encmv is to throw a dead hare into his boat. Some of the fishermen believe in . .. , 1 : 1 q:oS a. ni., .NO. ho, uo.iunouno, mi.v for Oxford, Henderson, JelTrie.. Key. . vil'.e and Richmond, where close con- np. ti.m is made to all ooints nortli. tiosc co! ncctton nt Jeffries for Norfolk and Steamooat Line to Wasi wgion, nam more. New York and Boston. ' s:top. m., Xo. 130, eastbounrt, elaiiy for Raleigh. Selma. Goldslwro and m tirmrc'iate stations. .... i ion. m.. No. its. westbound, ilatiy, ijr r.reenslf..-o and all points. Con.iecis at Greensboro for Winston-Salein. also with Nos 35 and 2 for Nilnbury. Ciisr lotte, Columbia. Charlcstoi.. Savannah. Jacksonville, Atlanta and ew uneansr t Sulisliurv lor Asncvu e, wnoxvi.ic. Louisville, Directors and ....Embalmers... OrTice and Show Rooms: 3IG MangumSt. Day and night service. 1 uor.c l! " Ample facilities for any vnu'gct'i y in our line. .TTSTTCtril f I r-t ' practical inception of IhtnantV pur- xt, t M f was- made l.v the (ietieva So- of , ii. tv of Public Utility. They inter- ho .1. ...... M.......I.U I .iiilmiIi- t in. luck attending nil oeld numbered . ....., ...A At. Louis. Connects noiih crew, but the eood fortune liiav be hnmnd with No. ufor Richmond. Nos. ....l.l. ....I .I.iiT.I nnn nf lifl num. . Xliitltldoior i,Tnii:mna, o'" lieu ill. runm '.v v. ...... . - , ... ... tier have red hair. conference Crosi iocicty. New Austria-Hungary. rt II... restilla of the war of UtH he bad supposed. Hut I dldu't the.i By the results w t rewgnlae that bla coolness and bravery ungary became f a ly nn Aus Dt0 ihll(loW 1U mlt, , had ever had. The day " HHI A Mun Trick. Some sordid soul who wanted to cause distress and suffering among his friends cntcretl hi club the oth er day and wrote on the bulletin board the name of town over in Wales and offered a prize to any bodv who could pronounce it. Ilcrc'i the "name of the town : Llanfairpwll- cwrngyllgogcrychwyrndrobwilantsy iliagogogoch. , Thsfi tha Quaes! Csatta. They were having the usual fam- (Scheduliin Effect May i Dl'HHAM Ex Sun Daily .til. . iy f i bl VISION. t3un baity a.fi. : 1 ?:io Lv Durham Ar 1 ; 5'5 i tt . !. T ..... . ... ,.: ...,..!. Villi. W asmnuion, iaiinnorc, .v ivm, fiirlimnnd and Norfolk. 4:45 p. in.. Xo. J74. northiwund. daily , eicept Sunday, for uxtoni, Keysvuie, U..-liilt.,ll.l all.t lllllTTIIeillUie "IIIIIIOII. ' " . . ...... .. No. tie. Rklmond to Durltam, ar- ia:o5 11:59 at iyncnourg i.v . ... i .. . .... .... .. rivee S' p in. sonnet turn a; i.vncnoiirg wmi l..r fut ihcr inforiiiation cill on any : i.vi and Went hound. agent Smthern Railway, or address 1, arc Uiinking of taking a t:i,, .1 II. H. J.petUMrr, ucn. .Manager, s..- W1,u ,.w,tl(tioIm( ,lit.npct fat. u !t 1 le liigton, I. C, ,, w, n.rrevt iutorniatioit, as t. r. vtcs. S. II. Hardwica. l ass, iramc '' I lrt,itl luduies. the most -. nf. t Ji'.e gc . waaningion. i. v. . . and mticlie st vav. Write at-.o the- 1 -f- r v. II. Tay.oe, e.cn. iass. ns1. Washington, D. C. , R. I.. Vermin, Trav. Pass. Agent. Char lotte, X. C. ... F. W. Woodward. Union Ticket Agent, Durham. X. C. shout In reply. Then the year W7 that the ditirtistit ram9 w m,n 1 found It Impossible to fly quarrel. Ai was also usual, she : anl mmdust way. Write- ar.o the 1 r i inatii 11 is voiirs f. r the tif. ui'.l; ' tie of our foiuple-te Map Folders. M. F. I.RAC.O. Trsv. l ass. A: W. 8. REVILL C..V. A Roanoke. Vs.. Cen tWire. li.s.i . 1 - .'i'1- - 1 ' j - . .. . 1 1 hiiiv " 1 " wediiimr i.mM l..ri tha el.urrh I lm r.f Hut Aitctro-IIUngarian r'"I...L -ot, t.lm and then- It IVilN l II, ,,.U n' It., l.tl I nl,,l.litll.l On I r'. I .... ,., tMM rfH. I foil ml I ") I r'H-eeded in a houna that had 1 n . ii.. nxttonnible minis-1 ,f.nM ... tinihlna of moment agubisl 11 '" fof Hi Miml. t...M lh I T I 11,., ..r,.l. I .....t,. Vn.1 mnA 1 avnlil mill V tllilT- , .. . y wn- iiiriiii-ii ii.iv.-. ... l ' . I ... . - . r,.i . . i ,,,. r w, frow oJ Uwh. , - j jn fl0 fo,. tw hmnot ,. iiia(. i, I lie gnni -.vard. In which Ihey drank T - J- t,, tl. 'titrian empenr er part of my life flm-e ha lv l'!i r the girl who bad abowo hZ 3aM CStmuA n tb ranch I lafierheel. 11 t get tha Ml. indcmprcM were crowned kin ami an. Wifin C. PAKKKI 1. AtSiriAlf. TltEAT. queen of Ihtr-nry at Undai-est. "Ttnt why do you look on Itrowti with so much suspicion? lie rated uonest.' Tes; I know. But 1 always see bin? rotnlng home under an nmtirella rainy Yes, dear, tott did," ho replied mgliia. end I don't rememler ever see , Snn calmly, "and vou came hack stupid." in m "n onf- I candy i Ttnliti nn AfartrtT nu. . rrnmiw van. A rviivniiuii iUnwai eould not convince him that ihe knew whereof the argued. "Didn't 1 go to school, itupid?" the streamed. Tnpa, what Is the lueanin of the word candelabra?'' nsked S.i: ',:;:y Snacvn, who was elolu bis "ii ; work." "That's easy, Sammy," replied :r. "The word explains Its A laborer Is a workman i i i . J- dy factory ."