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WELDON, N. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 8,1893.
called the "Father of Diseases.”
t ii caused by a Torpid Lirer,
~d is generally accompanied with
BAD BREATH, Etc.
0 treat constipation successfnllj
It is a mild laxative and a tonio to
the digestive organs. By taking
Simmons Liver lUgulator 70a
promote digestion, bring on a reg>
ular habit of body and prevent
Biliousness and Indigestion.
"Ifyirlfc WM «oreIy with Coi^b*-
tion and coughing, followed with Blecdtng riwl.
After lour moaths use of Simmon* Uv«r R«fu)«ter
»h« it almo»t OBtlreljr rdUved, gAining ttreogih
aad B. Lmwmm, Z>el«ww«. Ofaio.
' ZWw OMfV the Genuine,
Wkkk h« M tk* WnnOT Ifce fed B
«,k»dSln««.^ H. MIUll •
TO THE LADIES OF
ESTERS HALF OF HALIFAX CO.
I know Dr. J. A. JfcGill's ORMGE
OSSOM to be a very great blessiog to
r sex. We have long needed some-
ing which we could use ourselves and
hioh could conquer the stubborn forms
ebrooio ioflamaiatioD and ooogestion
hicb lie at the foundation of all female
~«blw. That Dr. AlcGill's treatment
eets the demand of this long felt want
ebowD by the fact that many cases
hioh have baffled the gkill of our best
hyaiciaot, are being cured by it. I have
ledgsd myself to let my suffering sisters
the above Counties know of this simple,
tirely safe, yet wonderful cure. To
-mplish this I must have the help of
me good Christian lady in each township,
here are not less than »ae tbonsand ladies
each of the above Counties to whom this
re wonld be of inestimable value, many
f them motheni who need strength that
ey may train their little ones; then there
~e 80 many :ronng Kiris whose trouble is
ot considered serious, but nevertheless
eed attention, as only a little time will
required for it taice the color from the
heeks and alt the Joy from their glad
oung lives aa it has dpne in thousands of
:i!es. Send a two cent stamp for free
~mple Box. I will also send Township’s
Agent’s Terms to those who will assist me.
MISS LIZZIE R. DAVIS,
Areola, Warren Co., N. C.
Mr THE TALK OF “9$
im" THE TOWN
W NOW IS
Have YOU Seen
The pretty goods at
Drees Goods of all Kinds;
And trimmings to match.
ssys they are the prettiest in town. A
nobby Un« of QenU’ Furnishings A Urge
line of sample goods to be sold at
Mew YORK WHOLESALE PRICES.
end if yo() oan't get a anit of clothes in
Stock you ean sdect a pattern and the
fit is gOaraDteed; it takes only five days
to male » suit.
1, A big line of the
7. Newest styles straw
and felt Itat; just opened.
I am eiwayi glad to show goods, and
^oea riisll compete with the lowest that
■Qods ean be sold at. •'
A FAMILIAR OLD POEM.
“Oh why should the spirit of mortal be
Like a swift fleeting meteor, a fast flying
A flash of the ligbtoing, a break of the
He passes from life to a rest in the
The leaves of the oak and willow shall
Be scattered urouod and together be
And the young and the old and the low
and the high,
Shall moulder to dust and together shall
’Tis the wink of an eye, ’tis the draught
of a breath.
From the blossom of health to the pale
ness of death;
From the gilded saloon to to the bier
and the shroud,
Oh why should the spirit of mortal be
THE PRB8IDENI AND THE LIADERS IK
CONQRESS QET TOOETUER.
The Atlanta Constitution, speaking of
Mr. Cleveland, says that he favors, among
other things, the repeal of the 10 pet
cent, tax upon the circulation of State
banks. The Washington Star, giving
what it declares to be the bases of an
agreement which has been made by the
President on the one band and the lead
ers of the party to Congress on the other,
includes in it the repeal of the Sherman
silver act and the substitution for it of an
act repealing the State bank tax. Some
weeks ago Secretary Carlisle was credited
by the paper last mentioned with a finan
cial scheme under which the State bank
tax was to be repealed and these institu
tions allowed to become again banks of
issue, the securities upon which their
notes are based to be passed upon and
and approved by the Federal Treasury
If Mr. Cleveland, conservative as he
is about financial matters, has consented
or does consent to the repeal of the State
bank tax, it may be taken for granted
that this consent involves some such con
dition as this. With this safeguard
provided, there is no apparent reason
why State bank bills should not be as
current as the bills of national banks.
Mrs. Harriet A. Marble, 'of Pough
keepsie, N. Y., was for years a martyr to
headache, and never found anything to
give her more than temporary relief until
she began to take Ayer’i Pills, since
which she has been in the eojoyment of
Soon after the Janies City war The
Free Press published a report that Mr.
Bryan, the owner of the property listed it
at only $1,000. We heard the statement
repeated time and again and took for
granted that it was true. We were
shown the original of the following and
take pleasure in publishing the same:
New Bern, N. 0., May 13, 1893.
James A. Bryan, Esq.
Dear Sir;—The lax list for 1892 shows
that the James City lots are assessed for
taxation at 920,613. There is other
real property adjoining the said City listed
to you at $2,400.
Very truly yours,
James W. Biddle, Seg. of Deeds.
The Free Press hopes the papers that
published the statement from the Free
Press that this property was listed at
$1,000, and commented on the s(ime,will
do Mr. Bryan the justice to make a cor
Tht Bottom ii The
Tyler Desk Co., of St. Lotus, Mo., have
just issued their Mammoth Desk and
Bank Counter Catalogue for 1893, show-
iiy; New. Qo^s, New Styles, with a oat
of asarlv tf>y (ler eent mIow all former
lists. A bundard oak roll eurtaia desk
ftr fl6, shoaM fatis^ ^17 ooa that
^thi^ taesD jost 4TMt tisy mj, (Data-
WAS NOT DEAD.
DBAUA or REAL LIFE THAT BRISas
Two years ago a supposed widow in
Michigan applied for a pension, claiming
that her husband bad died in a Confed
erate prison. She wu entirely honest.
Nevertheless, it was found on searching
the records that the man was not dead.
Onthe contrary, he was living near
Asheville, N. C., and was himself drawing
a pension for disability. He bad been
confined in a Southern prison, and during
his incarceration he and other captive
Union soldiers were visited by charitable
ladies in the neighborhood. Among the
latter was a susceptible young woman
who fell in love with him. After his
release, instead of going home, he deci
ded to begin life again on a now plan.
He stayed whero he was and married
the girl. Ou looking the matter up it
was found that the delinquent was one
of the most highly respeoted people in
the vicinity. He had a hat store, did a
good business and was looked up to by
everybody. The pension bureau could
not stop his money allowance. It simply
notified the former wife that her husband
was alive and told her where he was
living, leaving the drama to work itself
X. C'S. DEAD IX BATTLE.
North Carolina voted but 112,5000
when doing its best in 1860. It sent
to war in four years certainly more than
120,000 men—more in fact than any
other State sent. It is no wuuder then that
its dead are scattered from Oettysburg
to the Gulf of Mexico.
That more North Carolinians fell at
Chicamauga and Missionary Ridge than
from any other State but Alabamma is
very remarkable and confirms all previous
reports as to the number and excellence
of its soldiers. , They lie there in un
marked graves in neglected cemetery of
heroes. Will North Carolina permit this
to continue? Shall her faithful and
gallant soldiers who fell on that bloody
field lie uncared for? We. hope our
people of 1893, will say that this shall
not be. If all the States had done their
part in the great conflict of 1961-65, as
well as North Carolina performed her
part, the independence of the South
would have been secure and the pains
and penalties of the last twenty-eight
years would have been avoided.
Let the North Carolina of the gen
erations shows of gratitude, admiration
and patrotism to mark suitably the
graves of North Carolina’s fallen heroes.
DREW THE CURTAIN.
He tried to kiss the maiden true,
For fear that he would fail
She did as we had better do—
She gently draw the vail. v
From Fbiemd to Friend—Goes the
story of the excellence of Hood's Sars4>
parilla and what it has accomplished, and
this is the strongest advertising which is
done on behalf of this medicine. We
endeavor to tell honestly what Hood’s
Sarsaparilla is and what it will do, but
what it has done is far more important
and far more potent. Its unequalled
record of cures is sure to convince those
who have never tried Hood's Sarsaparilla
that it is and excellent medicine.
An exchange tells the story of a tramp
who rang a doctor’s door bell and asked
the trim, pretty woman who opened the
door, if the doctor had a pair of old
pants he was willing to give away. “I’m
the doctor,” replied the plump and pleas>
log young woman, and the tramp fainted.
"Brack Up.”—Is a tantalizing admo
nition to those who at this season feel all
tired out, weak, without appetite and dis
couraged. But the way in which Hood’s
Sarsaparilla builds up the tired fVame and
givea a good appetite, is really wonderful
So we say, “Take Hood’s and it will braee
yon pf." ,
fat a general fan^ eathartio wa eoo-
fideotly leoommend Hood’t Pills.
To day is Mocoasiu day. They will
have a picnic on Beaver Pond, and you
can see by the happy looking faces of the
boys, that they expect a good time. The
’cue is 00 the fire and the appetite of the
luoccasio is very good. Beside the bar
becue they will have plenty of fish, cake,
pickle, &c. Everybody knows what the
Miss Mary Dennis, the pretty daughter
of Mr. F. J. Dennis, returned last Mon
day from Oxford High School to spend
vacation with her parents.
Miss Maggie Capes who has been visit
ing relatives in Virginia, returned home
The Telephone from here to Mcdoo is
completed. It is said that it will be ex
tended to Riogwood.
Dr. F. M. Moye, Eminent Grand Com
mander of K. T., Gen. J. W. Cotten, of
Tarboro, Mr. W. H. Applewhite, Mr. R.
Blake, of Raleigh, were in town last
Thursday and organized a Commaodery
of Knights Tempinrs.
The masons will give a picnic in Par
ker’s grove on the 24th inst. It will be
a nice affair and they expect a great many
of tbeir brethren from other towns to be
Mr. S. Mitehel is in town. He is one
of the Moccasins. M.
The commeDcement at Littleton Fe
male college occupied the time, and at
tention of the Littleto&ians and the peo
ple living round about for the greater
fart of the three last days of last week,
attended only Wednesday evening,
when I made the acquaintanee of the
Rev. W. R. Lambuth, D. D., and heard
his splendid address before the Y, W.
C. A. The Dr. is about thirty-five years
old and comes from preaching stock, bis
father went as missionary to China in
1854 and died there about three years
ago and the Dr.. was born in that coun
try. I lived neighbor to his grandfather
durifag my five or six years sojourn in the
far South. A more sainted minister
never pleaded tho Master’s cause with a
sin-stricken world, than old father John
Lambuth, of Madison county, Miss., and
his blest memory will ever be an abiding
benediction to his few old friends now
Our handsome young lawyer and friend
Frank Spruill, of Louisburg, who repre
sented Franklin county in the last Leg
islature with great credit to himself and
constituents and his brother. If. E. Jr.,
who is conductor of the Jacksonville and
N. 0. railroad, have returned to tbeir
posts after a short visit to their parents.
A neighbor told me a strange accident
that befell his cow a few days ago. He
found her dead with her hind foot se
curely fastened between her skull and
horns, which grew out straight and then
turned until they nearly met, thus form
ing the fatal loop. He said she was of
the Crun^le horn breed.
Capt. Tom Wiggins, is having a pretty
cottage built at the one mile post on Bell
avenue in Littleton.
Crops of all kinds are doing well and
prospects are bright for an abundant har
vest, but the “root of all evil” has disap
peared. ♦ * !fC
TO BRACE UP
the system afler “La Grippe," pMumonia
fevers, and other prostrating aeute dis>
eases; to build up needed flesh and
strength, and to restore health and vigor
when you feel “run down” and used up
the best thing in the world is Doctor
Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery. It
promotes all the bodily functions, rouses
every organ into healthful action, purifies
and enriches the blood, and through it
cleanses, repairs, and invigorates the en
For the most stubborn Scrofulous,
Skin or Scalp Diseases, Dyspepsia, Bil-
iousnew, and kindred ailments, the “Dis
covery" is the only remedy that’s guar
anteed. If it doesn't benefit or cure
you have youi money back.
Can you think of anything more cnn-
vincing than the promise that is made by
the proprietors of Dr Sage’s Catarrh
Remedy? It is thb; “If we oan't cute
your Catarrh, we will pay you $500 in
Changeable silks are brought out in
many new designs, and ate particularly
suitable for blouse waista. The surahs
with ebangeabie surface and praised figures
are especially liked for these garments.
That you will never have a fiiead if
you miiM have one without failing.
That to have what we want la tiohes,
bat to be able to do without is power.
GEO. J. MORKISON. J. E. WHITEHORNE.
JNO. 8. NORTHINGTON.
GEO. J. MORRISON & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY - GOODS,
No. 126, Sycamore st.
Now Full and Complete.
BUCK n/la eoLonEO Di(ess qooos.
CHINA SILKS A SPECIALTY.
Laces and Embroideries. Cassimeres and Domestics.
Mattings, Lace Curtains. Velvets and Smyrna Rugs,
Table and Household linens. Ladies’ and Mens’ Uudernrear.
Hosiery, Gloves, Etc., Etc.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDERS. SAMPLES SENT OX APPLICATION.
9*0nr Prices are aa low as any bouse South of Baltimore. 0-8-3m.
A new Stock of Goods, consisting of
Dry hk NOHOHS, ta,
Hats, Furniture, Buggies, Road
P. W. Squire, of Northampton, is
with me and will be glad to see his
Call and see me.
P. N. STAINBACK,
At J. T. Gooch’s old stand,
Weldon, N. C.