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For Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
white teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
; little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Dnisgifttt? m every part of the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle
He sure and a.k for ' Mrs. Winslows
Soohing Syrap," mni take no other
! Annual meeting, friends cf the
j Orphanage, Thomasvilh-, X. C.
; Tickets on r.i? Jul 2, 23 and 24.
i Final liaiit July 2-:; 1805, Con-
itk'uous passege in each direction.
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i Fsre fur u:um ti'ip 2.f'.?.
CoxcoiiD, N. C.
J. M. OOELL,
D. B. Cclt!:a-k,
L. I). CgI.TR.1N,
,1. M. Oi-KLL. Pi F. Cannon
Elam King, J. W. ( am;ok,
W R. Opel:..' W. n, Lu iv,
I). '., Ooirn ;n k,
man4 AspceLtior,, Nuvbera, N. 0.
Tickets on Ai K 5 and 0.
t August -iKf. i-are tor
. f rwh ; North Oaroi.r.a
isocialion, coiorcM, lif naernon,
S50 00oc- Tickets on sfdu August 12 and
SlGOOO Ki. infU l-nit August u, icim.
Continuous pas?aT m fon uirec
tion. Fare tor round trip 5. 90,
Meeting of District Conference,
Norwood, N. C Tickets on sate
j August to 10. nnai limit August
j I80r. Continuous pasae in
! cu .i d nod ion.
$273,000 ANNUAL RENTAL
In What Ihe Soiiiticrn Offer for the
Nor fli Carolina Kailroad Xofhitiff
Col. Andrews, of the Southern
and the special committee of the
Directors of the North Carolina,
Raihoad met in Raleigh Wednesday, j
Here's the report of it : I
The committee of President S I5 j
Alexander and Directors R F Hoke, j
W C Maxwell and ijee S Overman, of !
the North Coroliua Railroad, in ses
sion here today, received a roposi-
tion made on the behalf of the;
Southern Railway by Vice President !
A B Andrews for a further lease of j
99 years from 1S91 when the prnt
lease expires. Col Andrews effered
the same rental paid under the pres
ent least, that is 273,000 annually. .
The committee waa net satisfied vith
this and so no agitciiient wasarnvrct j
at. The bouthern did not n.-aKe any
proposition in regard to the re nip
rnen t of the division of the rod be
tween Greensboro and Salem. There
was simply the preposition to rjnow
the leae on present terms and noth-
ing more. President Alexander say3
the conference Jvas of some length
aud that thj matters were thoroughly
discussed in a friendly way; that
something may or may not result.
The committee adjourned subject to j
t,m iAM mm inf
Astoria' is Ir. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infante
and Children. It cv?xt!?s neither Opium, Morphiuo nov
other Narcoth: suhstanre. It is a harml guhMitiUe
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and tor OH.
It is Pleasant. Its iiarantee is thirty yea.rs - hy
SliilioiLS of Brothers. Castoiia destroys Worms nwi .y
foveHslmess. Cast oi la re vents vomiting- .Sour CiutU
cures Dianlu.a and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cnrti cosistiiatioii and iltiil-'ii; :y.
Castor?.:-! assimilates th food, Teguiatef, the cfoiaaefj.
and bowels, giving heafthy ar.ul natural .-Ie'!. Cas
tor ia' is t?.o C!n3 dren's Fauacea--Oic Mother's Friend
" Otort i is .Lowell a!apiecl to eMlure-". tit'.
I rccoiunx'.ud it zr swpericr to nay prescription
known to ine."
II. A. -K:rtF, M. D.,
in So. Oxford St., BiocUyn, N. Y
Owr phj'sicinn? in the children's dt-pir'
jig i. t k ? i; f 'a
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Orrmt-ntai l"rz - Iee
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S J' I S
Co:riU'i?vo l h- I'niversity, the
College, the Law and Medical
Schools, a:id the
MOUNT P I j ASAKl, N. C-
1 i l YO'JBUYftv
for teaoliers. . .lion ; 3
teachers, 71 snuleiith-. Ad
dress rresid-r: AVinston,
Chapel 115.11, K C. for Cata
logue and handbook on "UNI
11 1 ii
f ?nft! IS
For rnt'Ti, women or 1,073 t.t prices ranging
from 515 ; j cS V'e sti ip from factory project
to approval and are the only mauufaciur
Crs Sellic1 t ret oConqmern. W have
wo Aj?e tits. vV e off er greater value in oar
Oxford Gladiator wheels at $W5 to S0 than
3 I COLLEGE OF AGKiCULTUBE
and Mechanic arts.
The iH'xt se:MC.n of tiiis Col
pf;e will begin ept-mber f?tli.
Ex a tin nations ,'. county sea is
first Saturday in August.
Younix men desiring -n lech
Other manufacturers with prices from j nieal education ai ail nilUSliai-
to$t5Q- Every wheel tuVy warranted. lv"ow Cf,Rt W5J ( Q w,. t0 np
Ion't x.ay local dfiV?r a x-.rslkt of Fifty ; 1
Cntthiyotitaad write to-Ouv for iM J vuu.iu- v
A. . i-res.,
2w d&w. Raleigh, N. C.
our hana&ozac c&tulogac. Addreas,
ifUy fslrtSa wsbsti uuuuo-
There a a man in Johnston county
?bo math1, his Vife eat 14 biscuits
at one siltir. He did this because
them she had burned
If there is anv do about a
man it's snr to giowl at bad cook
Naltintr Ilvroes ofliiii.
The ISalisbury Herald of Wednes
day says :
A neat little book entitled i'Kull
history of the crimes, triald and cons
yictions of Whit Ferrand and Ani
derson Brovn has Leen gotten out
and will be sold on the stree1: to
Czi.crii l?pn excellent m-dicu:e ici- chil
dren. Mothers have rep'!' -11 tel.! tne ox its
jfood effect upon, their children."
D- . G. C. tSOOOt,
"CastoHa i"? the bvct remedy for eH!drrf'cf
which I am acquainted. I hope ti t--'iy is r:ot j irent have spoken highly of their ex peri
far distant whm ttic: Jiers v.-ill con:,; Ur t.". enre jn their outside practice with Castovi.t.
real interest of thircl.ildron, and ii: C i itoria Enc although we only have amort g ev. -
instea-I cf the vari-jns q'.3ck no;'r'.:ris -.vh.ch meiicai tupplies what is known as ie;.v.i':-;v
ore dotroyin,' their h-d ones, Vy f.rcing ; product., yet we are frte to confess th.-.i! th-.
opium, morphine, s -othinj syrup ami of her ! merits cf Castoria ha.--- won us to look, 'vvU.
hurtful agents down their throats, thcrtby favor upon it."
pending them to premature graves " V:itkd IIospitai. a:- I); r.--vs.u- v
Dk. JT. F. KiNCHfci-OE, j ; . v-
Conway, Ark. j Allkn C, Smith, Pre.
The Centaur Ccrspctrvy, TT Murray Street, Ne? Yarfc TH; .
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JHj.S. .J. lN'inhertoii ISnrl.
From this week's Wilkesboro
Chronicle, The Standard clips
"On his return from Ashe county
last Friday, Col. S J remr-erton
happened to a painful accident. lie
was thrown from a bu'v, Ecarrine I
and bruising his face nI head up
considerably. . He has been right
sick since his return to Vv7ilkesboro'
fT rJ2 :W p
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C! t3 'S; o f cr
to O uu
COST MARKS G0N
Come, let's reason together abont values. 1 It will
pay you. As everyone in onr town, and miles in the
country, knows, the downpom of last Tuesday
4caught us" without a cover over our heads. We sus
tained quite a damage. But what of that. We are
able to stand it, and if you need anything in the
Furniture line it will be money 10 you. Until
goods are all sold we are goiDg to make prices that
will astonish the natives. Say, do you need a Re-
frigerator? We have the only cleanable, and the
Freezing 6 'Gurney" on the market. See itvbefore
you buy. Shipments will be injthisjweek.
Cannons, Fetzer & Bell.
The "Star" Are DotiMteM FnIedv
The little baseball. nine "known as
the 1 'Stars" T,vere not as exultant
and enthusiastic oyer their trip to
Salisbury to-day as they were yesters
day owing to the fact that I?eed and
Caldwell Tere both sick and unable
to go with them. They are doubt-j
less faded by this time, but they are
plucky, at any ray
Juo. tohoo niMl Jasper Weaver-
These uier, Trere on trial charged
with stealing from the store of
Davis Barrier, of No. 6. Shoe was
convicted and sentenced to the chain
gang fcr two year3. Weaver -was re
leased. Shoe claims that Weaver
helped him, but he was not allowed
to testify, his not being competent
Knights of the JJneeabeo.
Tha State Commander writes us
ifrom Lincoln, Neb., as follows:
"After trying; othor medicines for
what seemed to bs a very obstinate
coush in our two children we tried
Dr. King's New Discovery and at
the end of two days the cough en
tirley left them. We will not be
without it hereafter, as our expert
ince proves that it cures where all
other remedies fail." Signed F W
Stevens, State Com' Why not give
this great medicine a trial, as it is
guaranteed and trial bottles are free
K 2, n c 3
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OUR CLOSIKG OUT SALE OF
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
-IS ON. -
Lawns worth 12 cents now at S 1-3 per vard
(5 cents now at jnst half price.
w W Jl W i
w?- I -? rr f-v
r? k - a -
worth 15 cents to go for S 13 cts per yard.
PRETTY LIKE OF
thirtyssix inches wide to 0 at G cents.
at Fetzer's Drug Store.