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H V UJU V111C111 Q1IU 11W111V wan www ' Kt ), W. Tae-. U - . ... i. um Hallway. MiiM Iu7w7wwm wcamr. Vmmi. Mat IH-ao.'Ol. IKBKLIfiF BIX HOURS. On account of the tteunion of United Confederate Veteran the 8. aboard Air Line Railway will Mil tickets from station on tta Unas to Memphis and return -at the very low rate of one" cent per mile Tickets will be sold May 25th, 26th and 27th, good to return until Jane 4th An extension of final limit to Jane 30th, 1901, will be granted on all Soaboard Air Line Railway ticket and on all ticket reading via that line by depositing same with Joint Ticket Agent at Mem- phis on or before Jane 3rd and up- Doable Dally Trains witn last schedules and perfect passenger aervice make the ttoaboard Air Line Hallway . Capital City Line, a con venient and attractive route to Memphis. For ticket, Pullman and Sleep ing Car reservations and fall In formation as to rates and schedules apply to any agent of the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Mr. II. Montague of Winston, N. C, has placed with Cooper Bros, of this place . an order for a handsome granite spire monument of the obelisk pattern to be erected at Winston, N. C, to the memory of the late L. Y. Montague. Your Kidncya. Cdatatxay Kidneys Make Import Stood, Al the blood In your tody pastes through your kidney once every thre mimosa. - jh, The kkJjveyj are your Wood purifiers, they la ter out the vast or Impurities la the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fall to do their work. Pains, aches sad rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid la the blood, due to Bersscted kidney trouble. Kidney tremble causes quick or unsteady heart bests, and makes one feel as though they bad heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in purr. ping -thick, kidney- poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys. but now modern science prove that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begto- oinr ta kidney trouble. ? -v if you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mUd and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's SwSJBp-Koot, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing and is sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty cent and one-dollar sir es. . You msy nave a simoie bottle bv mail n . nfiniin free, also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder- trouble. Mention, this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer frConl. ssmmtoa, N.Y. Distress! t mdjsey and Leesvn relieved la tlx boots by nssiT Hocn : asiuuciJi Krorr Cvmm." It Is great prise on, account of Its exceeding prompts in relievlag peia in bladder, kldnera and back, la male nr famala, BaIIots retention of water almost Immediately. IX yon nt a nick: rlll and core this is tha ramdv. Bold or uenrv a. Ulcks, druggist, Raleigh, N. C LITTLETON FEMALE TtLMtTOTOa AXTD AND Atlantic coast like b COttTANT OT 80UTB CACOLDTA. Tina TAULic .. TSAXS3 GGZ53 K7UTB COLLEQE Any Person who will send hi a Sew Cash Subscriber, or anv Old Subscriber who will pay np to date and renew his botwerfp- LT DATED Ja IV L?W At A tact nrosoeroas eebool with era tmildinga, tpleadidly located la a remarkably beelthxul section in War- reaoooatr on a. a. u. hosu DarwoeB Kaleig aad weiaoDH.i. Paaaoea water kept in building el all time for free nee of lamstes. Fifteen oQoer and ten low. For catalogue address j. at. RHonxs, a. iL, I .italatea. H. C Xfmm PKE31DSNT GUARANTEED SALARY Men and women represent us, some of to $980 YEARLY. good address to travel appoint- n u icm US tion, we will send LvW Lv fefr.ll -fflafis- FREE ! ! ! Ml inelai wifitna . fc.st it! I SPllO fV 171 I ao 1 1 im t;it w MS 1W r. TBAXE3 8XKE3 EOSXU ... I t 41 7 a rat. a. A. it. St m llieaia ' a. MffW I lt Ml S laflf n to sta a a to tr.at. Governor Ayeock has ordered a special term of court for Gaston county, beginning May 27. Judge SUrbuck will preside. A M 1111 NO I'ORM. In the Apr i riff the wbi'kprrd farmer drink hard cider from a can, Throwing wads of burning language at thi hazy hire I man. In the prinjr the grand old granger planU bin cabbage and hi corn, And tlie cut-worms come and kill them, while he uleepeth in the morn. in the opring the good dog Kover hides behind the bottlim damp. Waiting alwayn, waiting ever, for a chance to nail a tramp In the spring the bull ho gentle, which han been a pt for years, Gores the poor, confiding fanner and the aext n hed no tears. In the spring the youths and maideoa go to pinnies In the woods Packing with them in their baskets Handwiches and other goodn; And they fall into the river, and the giggerit eat'rfm up, And they come hack from the picnic nwtHleti likra poinrmed pup. In the spring he feel quite stupid and his livrr's out of whack, There ate rumblings In his stomach, there ar creaking in finback. W hen he goes to bed at evening he ran only roll and groan. For hiit mouth taw ten like a henVnest and hi head feel like a stone. In the spring the wily ittrauger comes to well a patent oat. And he gets the nameii of victim to a hundred dollar note; Oh perhap-t he ha a "milky" to which he cau attach a plow. And to itave tlii farmer labor sells it taken a iiioTtgsge on his cow, Id the Hprlng he makes a garden, full of thjiig he likes to eat. - And the chicken come and scratch it all to thunder and repeat. In the spriiig his lawn is pretty and he points to it with pride, Till the cattle come and spoil it in the silent eventide. In the spring the groaning husband eats his victual in the barn, For bis wife must clean the mansion and she doesn't give a darn. And the yard is full of carpets, and the trees are full of sheets, The bed-tick is on the porch-roof and the stranger's eyes its greets woman's in her glory, when she Oh, atears things all apart, riling Deu4 aLa chairs ana pillows in, a way to break your heart. When the blameu olu cleaning's ovrr hen the wiie is taken ill, And it keepH the husband busted, buy ing dope and drug and pill; And the manoiou is no cleaner than it was when she began, - But she'd slay him if he said so and he is a prudent man. In the spring why not be happy, for the worm is an abloom, And to fret and fume and worry only drives us to the tomb. The Journal, Independence, Va, cooks, more-1 from the ln- the water. The egg over, thoroughly and (tide. "Ask a physician or a trained nurwe how to boil an egtr so that its L'reaU-Ht nutriment and flavor shall be preserved. Either of them .will tell you to put it in cold water. The old way of dropping the egg into boiling water has long been given up. It used to cook the egg sud denly and destroy its flavor. "So don't be sarcastic because you haven't heard of the century's ad vance." New York Sun. SEABOARD AIR LIKE RAILWAY. The Capital City Line. Its Marnifieent Through and Local Pas senger Serrte between th Kast and South and Honthwest. lien can be cared privately and positively at home of all weakness and disease. Write for new free book to Dr. J. N. Hathaway, 22 . Broad 8t., Atlanta, lia. ti Dr. E. Detchon's A&tT Diaretlc. Hay be worth to you more than $100 If vou have a child who soils I bedding from Jncontenence of wa I ter during- sleep. Cnres old and vung alike. It arrests the trou ble at once. $1. Sold by Henry T. Hicks, Druggist. ins: agent, others for local work look log after our interest. $900 salary i guaranteed yearly; extra commissi on and expense; rapid advancement, 01a etUblished bouse. Uraod chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleae I ant, permanent position, liberal income and future. Mew, Drunan unea. write at once. ' STAFFORD PRISS, . 23 Church St., New Haven, Conn THE 121 Generations Since Adam's Time. Alfred Judson fisher, the Chlca go historian, has woven the highly nterestlng results of a genealogical investigation into A " Daughter of Adam," a short story which he has written for The Ladles' Home Journal He traces the heroine of his romance In real life a well- known Philadelphia woman) dl rectly back to Adam, establishing with corroborative detail every link In the long genealogical chain He brings to light the fact that there have been one hundred and twenty one generations of the hu man family, beginning with Adam. The Best Man" at ths Weddlna-, An Irishman in West Denver went to a wedding the othtr night and when he showed up at work the next morning he had a black eye and there were several strips of court plaster on his face. Being asked what the trouble was, he said: "Well I'll tell ye. I went to the wedding all right, and was enjoying mesilf to me heart's eon tint, until I rnn across one of thos dudes who was strutting around in a swallow-tan coat like a pea cock. 'And who are you?' spz I Why. I'm the btst man' sez he and begorra he was." Walt to Speak. Uuo ol the most common inci dents iu Hocial lite generally, and to which practically no especial atten tion is paid, is that of the abrupt interruption by one person of an omer wnen speaking, mere are many people too many, who, when some Impulse seizes them to say something will break into any con versation or narration that may be being carried on by another. These people seem to think that when they want to speak, everything else must give way, and it makes no difference to them whether they annoy or bore others by their prac tice or not. They do not know the polite art of listening respect fully, and they constitute a class of people who will never learn .much because they Eeem to assume that they havo the capacity of teaching Others all there is to learn, or un willingly scorn to - learn anything from others. This habit is more common around the dining board or tea-table than ahy where else. There is not one hostess in ten Who does not think it more Important to ask a guest ii he or she will have some thing at the table, than to wait a few seconds for the guest to finish something be or she may be saying; and how many of those are there who sit around the family table especially will hesitate to ask for something to be passed without re gard to what is being said or who may be saying it? Is lt not time for Home Circles to be organizing a little reform in this matter. A Bride Is Never Nervous at the Altar. The humorous and unusual ex perienoes in the life of a metropoli tan clergyman are told by the Rev. David M. Steele, of New York City, wno nas just written about "some People I Have Married," for The Ladies' Home Journal. Mr. Steele declares that the prospective bride is always nervous until the time for the marriage ceremony, when she is calm and collected. The groom is exactly the reverse ; always cool until he comes to face the clergy man, when his nerves invariably give way. Evolution. A girl named plain "Mary" at her birth, dropped the "r" when she grew up and became Miss May. As she began to shine - in a social way she changed the y',' to 4e" and signed her letters "Mae." About a year ago she was married, and now she has dropped the ,,e" and it's ust plain "Ma." That's evolution. Boll Ecr in Cold WaUr. "This egg tastes as if it had been boiled in hot water," said the eman cipated young woman with the short hair. - can always tell In minute if an egg has been cooked In that way." Her companion had not learned quite so many things and was quite satisfied with her egg. She only murmured softly: "I never heard of an egg boiled in cold water, did you?" "It Is high time you were Intro duced to this Institution," her wise friend continued, "and I am delight ed to illuminate you even at . the ilak of arousing more of your sar casm. An egg to be boiled properly for human., consumption should be put into cold water and then placed over the fire. Then it cooks with "Say, mamma, how much am I worth?" "You are worth a million dollars to me, my son." "Say, mamma, couldn't you ad vance me twenty-five cents. Timea- The Seaboard Air Line Railway is called The ap.tal City Line, be cause lt enters the Capitals of the six States which lt treaverses, ex clusive of the Nationals Capital, through which Its trains run solid from New York to Jacksonville, and Tampa Florida. It runs throjgh Richmond, va., Kaieign, n. u , Colombia, 8. C. Atlanta, Ga , Mont gomery, Ala., and Tallahassee, Fla Th's road continue te run tne famous Florida and Metropolitan Limited, and the Florida and At lanta Fast Mall trains affording the only through llmittd service daily. Including Sunday, between New York and Florida, and is the shortest line between these points. These splendidly modern trains of the Seaboard air Line Railway arrive at, and depart from Pennsyl vanla Railway stat.ons at: Wash ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New, York; carrying Pullman's most Improved equipment, with unexcelled dining car service. compartment, draing-room and observation cars. It has Pullman service five times per week each way from Washington to that cele brated resort, Pinehurst, N. C. It has the short line to and from Richmond, Norfolk, Portsmouth, R ileigh, Southern Pines, Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, Tampa and Atlanta, and the principal cities between the South and East. It is also the direct route to Athens, Augusta anil Maoon. In Atlanta, direct connections are madein the Union Station for Chattanooga, Nashville and Mem phis, also for New Orleans and all points in Texas, California and Mexico. In addition, it is the only line operating through trains, and Pull man sleeping cars between Atlanta and Norfolk, where connections are made with the Old Dominion Steamship Company, from New York, the M. & M. T. Company, from Boston and Providence, the Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Company, from Washington, the Baltimore Steam Packet Company from Baltimore, and the N. Y. P. & N Railway, from New York and Philadelphia. . : Through Pullman cars also oper ated on quick schedules between Jacksonville and St Louis, via Monticello, and between Jackson ville and New Orleans; in addition to through trains with Buffet Chair Cars between Savannah and Mont gomery. The local train service 1b first class with most convenient schedu les. In fact th Seaboard Air Line Railway will ticket passengers for any points, affording the quickest schedules, finest trains, and most comfortable service. Its 1,000 mile books sold at $25 00, are good from Wasdlngton, D. C , over the entire system of 2,600 miles including Florida'. DIS- DISTRESSING STOMACH EASE. Permanently cured by the master ly power of "South African Ner 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 Gash Buyers' Supply Iff kCbmpanys h TURNER'S ALMANAC is valnahiA Ktaie Publication, lt answers any question as to our Official State Government, Pub lic Works. Institutions, the Courts, Events of the Past Year the Deaths of Prominent Citi, zens, and a great many things relating to the Farm, Garden and Household. Tbe retail price ot thfe Aim nac in Ten Cents. Address, CAUCASIAN PUBLISHING CO., Raleigh, N. C. Lv Lv PayatieiiUe Lv talma 1 Ax WUeoa Lv wnnnrioa-. LvlUSBOlia Lv 4l Af Lv Lv ar W tDallj rsnisk Oj 1 1 aw I 1 lv IS Imi al : 1 -i 1 1 . I Usui K. i ECEE iiaa . LJ 1 1 1 . sTTATTOn Lv. OoMsbore Bawl's LeGraegv railing Crrk... klaatoa Caswell Ar Dot si Lv Dm Oote"aCrsik. ........ . Tmacarora Clark's Ar Xtw Barn Lv Xsw Barn Riverdale , Croataa Bavaloek Newport Wildwood Atlantis Uoreaead City.... MsrabeaiCtty Atlaatie Hotel. M.CUy Depot '.a 1. t taU o it wit q s sos wis ooi ID ast 4 r.i II 4! 1 K a u. r.ar. 12S 1 a r.u. lastly wtimlMtflsi an Waldon stailrossL Tea kin IMtMob Main Ttm TTsta lesvas WU- ntfngton 8 00 a. ao-, arrtfva rayastsruia IS us p. as-, leaves Fayettsvuis usp.au. wDTsWOaU) raai ration l ( t s f I " I SB 1 antves Saafard 1 4t p. as. fittaratnf asava arrive raataruia n arrives and Indigestion. 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 ; Trees, Fbdith, Will furnishyou (If cash (accom panies the order) anything; needed at home, on the farm or in your place of business, and SAVE YOU MONET. We keep no goods, no store, hire no clerks or collectors ; but, instead, purchase direct from manufacturers, wholesale dealers, jobbers, &c., AT LOWEST CASH P&1CES, and for cash. If you need any Agricultural Implement or Machinery, Farm bKKDs, Hardware, Iron Hoofing, Wire Fencing, Groceries, Fruit Musical Instru T. Hicks, Druggist, Raleigh, N. C. MILEAGE TICKETS REDUCED, Seaboard Mr Line Railway on thou sand mile tickets are now sold from all points on its lines at rate of $25.00, in cluding those previously sold in the State of Florida at $30,000. I hese tick ets are good over the entire Seaboard Air Line Railway system and are hon ored between Richmond and Washing ton bv the Richmond. Fredericksburg and Potomac and Pennsylvania rail roads, between Portsmouth and Bslti - mure by the Baltimore Steam Packet Company (Bay Line) and, between Clinton and Columbia, S. C, by ;tbe 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 the entire system, including: lines in Florida, regardless of such endorsements 1 ments, Hewing Machjnks, Books, bTATIONKRY, .FURNITURE, DRY Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Tombstones, Blooded Stock or Poultrt, OR ANYTHING ELSE, write for prices. Below are prices on a few lead ing articles, PKlivsaai at any depot in North Carolina: Two horse wagons, neat and durable, ass; one corse wagon $22 50; dump carts $20: carl wheels and axle $11.50; high arm, 5-drawer, drop- bead sewing macmne.wlth latest attach ments, $16; nice cottage organ $35; chapel organ $40; beautiful 7K octave pianos, splendid tone and well made, $145 ana up, according to style 01 case and finish. If we cannot save you money we do not want your orders. W. S. BARNES, Manager. Raleigh, N. C. Vestibuisd Double Daily Service BETWEEN NEW YORK, TAMPA. ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS, AND POINTS SOUTH . AND WEST. IN EFFECT raBRUART 24, 1901. SOUTHBOUND. (tenfold SO 5 n. m.. arrtv p. nu leave farattarllla 4 to WUmmatoa 9 a p. m. WlhxJagssn and Waldon BaUrsad, asttrnli Branob Train Marts us villa SOS a.-ss . afaxsoa 01 a m. 0prtacs SOS a nu. Hops Mills 10 bi a. m. arrlva FayaOavUle 11 10. Patornlnf tea vat Fayattarllla 4 48 p. as-. Hops Mills 00 p. m, Bed 8atne 41 n. an- afaztoa 10 p. so., antrt Bannattcvilla 7 10 p. m. Coansottoaa at fyattavllle with train no 7S at Maxsoo wHh tha Oarauna Oa ml Railroad, at Baa Sprtnea wlta the BM Springs and Bowmen Railroad, at Baafotd wtthtke Haaboard Air Line and Soothara SaUway at Galf with t Duraam aa4 Charlotte Railroad, Train on the Hoot land Haok Branch Road laavas Waldon l oft p. nu, uaurazt up. arrives Bootland Nsok at OB p. m On villa tJTl p. m gfnatw 74 p. am. laavas Klnaton 7 00 a. m- eieanvllls a. m.. aril vine Halifax 11:18 a nu Waldon 11M a. xadailv axospt Bunday. Trains on Waahlarton Braaoh iaava waab Ington 8:10 a. m. and 80 p. m-, arrfvt Par umus 9:10 a.- m. and 4:00 p. m.. retarnuu isava rmnnass anso a. m. ana vsta erii." 2? li f.S At MliHHW II 0 sj Bsssa B10 as Ta W LaUranaa , a 10 O ralllnc lliaaa ,..alon W aUnstoa MMM... s 10 U a Csawaa. ft 80 r liL Dover. ) ,tt t, Ors Cieas a CsarTs f ;; I; I" Croalan .1.11 t a m Jra-ti 7 JO p. i Dally Mo. 81 Dally Mo. 27 Lv Maw Vora. tmaa.kUi li 58 pu 13 lO ao Lv Phtladal PER Sxa 350am LvBalttmora,' 88pm 62 am lv Waaninyton P. K.R..6&5 pm 8 86 am Lv MMUUnonO. 8 A L By 1 0 pm 12 23 au. Lv Bidgaway Jet ... 2 18 am 8 80 pm Lv Ralaigh. AT Ham 1st.. Lv " .... ..... LiV Columbia ... At Savannah ax JacksoBvill.. Ar Tampa. ...3 is am ... 6 8a am .. 64am .. 8 40 am .. 1210 pm 3 80 pm . 600am 608 pm 780 pm 810 pm lOSOani 980 am 6 80 am Bujpm MO. 403. Mo. 41. riva Waabinaton lx.00 dally axospt Bunday. Train laavas Tarboro, H. O, dally exorp Bunday 8J0 p. ml. Sunday 408 p. m a. rlvaa Plymoain 7:40 P.m..6 10p.nu, ratarn uur isaryaa rrrmouui oauy axospt Bunday iw a. nu ana brumby a. su. amvaa xat boro 10:10 a m. and U.00 a m. Train on Midland H. C. Branch laavas Ooldaboro dally, axospt Sunday, kflQ a. nu. amyina oibiuuisu exu a. m raramia i tsayaa Hmlthnald 7 a. nu. arrival at Qolda. ftoro Ksan. .Trains on Nashville Brans leave Boaks Mount at J0 a.m 8 40 p. a-arrive Msab- vuia 10 ao a. m., 408 p. m Bprtna Hops UW a.nu, 4 X8 p. a,. tatarnnu; iaava Sarins; Hops US0 a, mu, 4 88 p.m.. Maabvllia iiwa.maBp.nu, amya at Booxy Mount 1200 a. atJTtK nu, dally sxavpt Train on Clinton f,N..vrVNVP a. v 4 7 1 .m a m nm I 'nr(Slnton daily, axospt Bunday, 11:40 a nu, Yl J?STP N M. .? S ?m ?4 P- 3 ratanuag laavas Wintonat w m. m m m w mr w ass 4kA saw MM! I SJA 8a SWI . SKVan YM1 ' nna a rva 4 no ... I . - -LT a W V SHF v w WsaW LtNY, Reasons Why ybu Should Insure in the Manhafiah Life Mrs, G. Lee, 210 E. 33o; Street, New York City, writes: For the past twenty years I had been a sufferer from bronchial troubles accom panied with a hacking cough. I also at times suffered from extreme nervous prostration. I had tried remedies but obtained little relief until about four years ago I began taking Rlpans Tabules and was agreeably surprised at the result. Since then I have used them pretty con stantly. I rarely retire at night without taking my.tabule, and I find they keep my digestive organs (which natural'y are weak) in good order and they also allay my tendency to nervousness, and make me sleep; which I could hot do before I commenced to take them. I am forty-two years of age L.nd my occupation is housekeeper. Should you feel disposed to publish this testi monial you are at liberty to dor sol' 1 Its business is confined strictly to the most healthy portions of the T T : . , ,1 at -a a, ' . : 1 j . . ' . 1 ... (junru owwe, iuus lis ppucynpiaers consuiuie wnat you might call pteferred class. - It la one of the strongest companies in the World, and its assess are big enough $1,367,636.QQ all gilt edited, and re Invested enttrely jn America, tnus receiving tne constant care and attention of the officers of the company. t Is an American company, amenable only, to our, own laws and not ouujct-k tu tup uiviatiuu 01 various ioreign governments. T4 f . J . . . - uw wwr luf uew uuMiness, ine watcn woroa or tne company 131 ag, oireugiu, oon-uty ana security. Its policies are simple, clean, straightforward contracts. 1" s ' Its management has been practically the same for a" quarter of century. " - . It has paid ite policyholders "since organization! over 145,000,000.00. Ratio of Payments to Poijcystldkbs to Premiums Received " FBOM OrGANXZATIPW TO JANUARY 1ST, 1900. There is scarcely any condition of ill-health that is not benefited by the occasional use of a R-I-P-A-N-S Tabule and the price, 0 for. 5cents does pot bar. them from any home or justify at)y oo iaetsdurin1 ills that are easily cured. For sale by Dnkats. f HJt. -z': ... - Commenced Business. Premiums Received. Company. Manhattan Life, Aug, 1850, $55,763,054 Mutual Life, Mass. Mut. Life, Penn Mutual,. New York Life, Equitable, Northwestern, National Life, Union Central, Feb., 1843, Aug. 1851, May, 1847, April, 1845, July, 1859, Nov., 1858, Feb., 1850, March, 1867, 728.253,694 60,268,275 87,749,054 527,888,88s1 593,109,594 209,762,220 36,598,233 Paid to Policyholders. $45,346,055 510.449,169 87,647,130 52,215,293 298,198,195 " 322,786,211 107,316,914 18,006,228 17,344,844 Paid per flOOrec'd 81.31 70 09 62.47 59.51 56.49 ' 54.42 51.16 49.20 39.54 43,864,891 fffll S . mm . xnis is now tne MannatttO has earned its title, 'The Old Reliable:' BUTLER & AYER. Oeral Agents, Raleigh, N.C. 505 Tucker Building. ' - ' . V V ave Yotif yaroems BY UGINQ ORDER AT ONCE. EXPRESS QR. FREIGHT. Special Rates. 9t. March 16 and Not."?, 1897. ; t la Lnada Nor. . tSgji. Pound -. u 1 8 5 12 Shakers BUG ElEATKI Non-Pdsoabos Icsectlcide. - - $ t Package,' u .15 .85 .50 1.00 .65 Lv BsltimorsB 8 P Co Lv Wsab'n N AW 8 B1 Lv Ponsmoutb H.AAjBj 9 0Jpm Lv Bidxaway Jet... 1365 am Lv BAleigh..... ...... S 0U am Ar Hamlet .. 6 80 am Lt " 645am ar Wilmington,.... 13 uo pm Ax. OAarioua, 9 01 ant Ax Atlanta ....... Z Zi pm Ax Anansta O A W C... ft 10 pm at Maoon 0 of Ga. 7 20 .m at Montgry A A W P .. 9 30 pm Ar Mobile LAV. 2 66 am Ar New Orleans LAN . 780am at NashriUHOA etL 686am Ax Memphis " 4 00pm HOBTHBODHU. t 6S0pm 6 80pm 10 to am IlOvm 4 7 pm 7 su urn 8 06 pm 1U45 am 6 Bu am 11 40 1 lllOai ilOOam 413 pm s 80 pm 6 66 pm 810 am IUODlI Tram no. 7B msxss elose eonnaoaon at Waldon for ah; points North dally, au-raU H. U. tStXSSOK, Oan'l Pass Aft THE UNIVERSITY Bally No aOS Daily Nose LTC&L8A,'Ry"- VSl Lij onariotte 6Suput lv. Wilmington, 8 Sopm uy Hamlet.. a 80pm AxBaleigh i 960am Lv Bid' way.. KOam AjrrprtsanoQin 700am Az Wash' ton N A W8B Ax Baltimore BttP Co. Ax aew York O 0 e Co ax Philadelphia M YPAti 648pm ax sew York. .... ..s 8s pm 44 Lv Tampa.. ...s AL 9 00 pm Lv Jacksonville 1020 am Lt Savannah. . 160 pm Lv Columbia ...... 6 27 pm Lv Hamlet 940 pm i.v Kaiefcn.'. 13 aam . Lt Bidgeway Jet...... 2 luam LvBteumoad. 610am ax wasnuiffcoB. r. ilk. s Ax Baltimon FEB ... i0 Ax FMIaoaighla P at K. la27pm AX flew XoraPBB.... 86pm 9 00 pm 600 am 8 05 am USOam t oopm ,o oupxa 700am 7b0am 180pm 610am 800am 69 800am 7 46 pm 1169 am 646am 9 20 am .Ll 07pm 216pm 5 oopm Saepaa 11 oopm 206aiu 680am of NORTH cakOUNA Tlllfi HiuAlJ OF THE HTATlWl iCUUUATIONAIi SYSTEM lnree acaaemle oonraen lasuUnv utrtssw -rroiecsionai oouraea . in Law. hvuwuis aua xruMTniMCj. , . . . oummer ocnooL for Teachers. ScholarBhirm and Loans to needy. Free xiuuon so candi dates for Ulnlstrv. Minister's Sons and xeaanera.. 511 studenU besides 161 in gDm mer scnooi. 3 teachers In tha fac ulty. . For cataioames and liifipin m- uob aaoreas . F. P, VNABH FrealdanL Chapel Bill, N.C. NoW. :Oall: Thael zoept Sundav Central yw Time. Dining ears batwasst New York and Bleh mod.aad Hanalst and . Jaeksoorille on trains hos. SI and 44. Tickets on sale to all points. PuU man births. Reserved and reaerva tions made on. outgoiag steamers worn Norfolk., Baggage checked from hotel and residences without extra charge. Call at the M a Lv Ar Lv HaTatooa Mwiwjft ....... s WUdwooS f a tlaatta. ... f MonhaadOty.. jt a AUaatU Haul M.Ctty so SB 9 11 00 17 18 SOD 866 7 a T 86 7 8 7 87 It8 7 TaiatTaph r. a. aa In a Xacnlar mo ft. L. DILL saw . pnnn yeakly to chruuM tPJUUman or woman to luuk al ter onr growing busltias u this and adjoining Countis; to act as Manager and Corres pondent ; work caa bu doo at your home.. Enclose aeir-ad-dreased, stamped envelope fur particulars to 11. A. Bb ruisn Oen'l Man'g'r, Corcoran iii opposite U. 8. Treasury, Wasa legtou, D. C. iwm4m..hml aittL owaw. a swmuw Mr MaTHLT lt la MKS.B.KUWA Ci Oar fee returned if re fait.' AnjrnA ing sketch sad descriptkm af any imrniWrovl promptly recrhre our piaion rc cocrrsaf the patentability of same. How to Otuai PstentsaBt ixm renuesL TsleaU ttcmi Wough us adrcniied fa uU at ew eipraw PatenU taken out thsooh us receive jm) mue, without charje, in Th FaTavT tx oas, an illiutrsted and widely cvW3 ym DaL Consulted ty Msnuiactotscs sad Inrrttcn. - Send k sampls copy F RBI. AdbA ncTon j. Evnns a co.. (Pafeuf Attorney, AGE1IS, Booker T. - Wsit( ton bas writtso tis atorv of ku iif. mk work-B;s ivstpua views ea Us Xs Tf.fnblT. Vd 9X1 kU aast speech. SiS? f coon People are girlaf adranoed ordera. A bonanaa for agents. Both white and colons' Menu make money with this boat, write aoaay. I NICHOLS 6 CiK. AUiasa,Oa s upnown I icicet Office c;ii: Gattis; ct; acd r a. RALEIGH, N.C 'Phones 1X7. : k. 8. LEABD, T. P. A, Hamlei, N C R. H.JL, BUNCH, Genl Paaa. Ajent. ? Qraloloes:Portamouth,,Va. ? Jtius Lewis Hardware: Co. jicigSi, n. IV I y ' ... ' r ," '"..'".''..--':.' ,..:'''.,.-'.. ..'.- .. ..j ,, . " - '.- - - . V. - - 4,.-.'.,--- ,.t ..i'i.?-:'.--' V VA.' Raleigh njffDle Uoris COOPER- BR03, -pRopBjSroEgL "'" - - Shipments maii to any 4rt ofthe sU at Bameprtoeasatsicp. - - C ' "" S . A . L. RAILWAY Wrect Line to AH Points In Georgia, Alabama, Florida, TiBxas, tiba and Porto Ei(K), A8T LIMITED AND KXPRES3 STRAINS; FLRStLASS EQULP ENT and the best wommoUoa. Pay coaches and BuCet Sleeping cars on aU trains. METROPOLITAN L1UITEO " yo re aa.ured.of quick I dcomforUblsjounisy. c h; oattis, o. p.and i a , in :taavak Broaca Ara Majors CeiaeDt UoMUl m a Cti.2ucnsi Iabmaa for 2tanarr of Kff11. 9noe -Wiah. to open In thU vicinity. If your reeordUO.K. "re 1 An opportmUtyi Kindly lire food reference when writlnj. u . . TO A. T. C:3 TLKAlf CTZd " cnrcnrHATVoao." ( 4 : rots20Tjia, Va.