THE CHEAT GERUaN
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A SPECIFIC FOR
' .'eLSIjSS, FiLUHS SICMESS.
' TINS CiWE. 11CH0H0USH,
" :?sa QTB3. SYPHILUS,
SCH jRIU. IKES EVIL.
t t ElESa DISEASES. CYSFEFSU.
KER3SSBS, SIK HEADACHE,
rviua SBV3US weakness.
E.iliX HBT, BUM SORES,
r; j.tf r re: sirs i e-eeuubities.
rtn louintui imnjwnci
v.. i f-r h irn i ciro I IIKK. trr. -t jcr
, -..t t. . Ir. A. it. Mn. Iit -4. CUlra-
-v f:f torniul it n'! t7 au eminent
iurin i rir uvcfiil
f -cf mLiiT.-u r. of ihi li! xI. wiicthcr
iMLlrrl. -LJn dtcac. t-tm
:.!., c: , are ponunently
--!U: No. I. ITirofl.
vt. .i tn.; u : t, inj.n loutuiui nurr
; . '. i.'t v-tnx Ehau-it! Vital
: i i : !. f M n!:.t. ThUremely U tin-
! V ' rar? ? t ':i. curullct. It Is
'k--'rf i!:ru -!uttl.? HrCAkfnM Nervous
'j-r.i. Nv.nrt t-Yfivw tt strnsth
; I -r t-t ti.? organs nod ciT.tu
r V-! npF. f'v- (I.
l N i '.un mutant rcV.et and er-
-i- t -x A t-t'jr euro for all wek-
?-3.3 ! ua;iK rrlo il.
k 1 1' f or H'nt on rc"!pt of price
f. H . IUU :-j S. CUri. St., t htccx
Kt ID!: t IKftfLML
t .'I iy Jiw nrtfi
"A'u your own fault
xcjzuki iick when you can
p bU:cr tba: r.ovcr fWt7
ucikes: woujan, amallcit child,
"m ft iavilU! can usii hon bitters
. i r'
-. . ia 1 great qood.
d uca ttj'.tcrinj around from
H -t-iitiiai. kidney trouble or auy
"t'wi will be almost new by minj
My wifi and dauzhter were tuade
by the use of bop bitters and I
: - :i::;cr.d them M my people. Meth
Ask any good doctor if hop
':.: are co. the best family medicine
-Mi'arial ker. Ague aud Bilious-
.i..io t very ueinoornoou as
- -a Lop litters arric.
" My tuolhcr drove the paralysis
ill Leuralzu all out of her svstem
l:e wi'r ii rendered harmless and
cc r. 'Ireshias and reviving with hop
" '" a each draught.
. T"- T'or cf youth for the a?ed and
'"lifil.09 b;t-!cri- Imd&w.
Sash, i5oorsf ndsj
Mte Lead, Paints,
French Window Glass.
A.fKcT rOH N. v. CXASIKL l'AINT
'S HE l!V PltEPAliKD "PAINT,
QALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND
nT rtt ltorc purChlojc. Th lact
,4;c ;f arc !nm tho celebrate! Fac
o!We!h?r::iACo JktHl narrUoil nroa
Co KsaS'lf airantee for their quality
A '34 of cuok'.az Cloves at Factory
r- -"e. ta j u,0urUrT0 au,, fa n
;10 ikuth Front St
UM'U SltW U AN AG EMEiT,
n t -..I'INQTOS, N. C
..a co? titters " Ed. Oswcfo Sim.
-.7 ' tiiC iiacf8 healthy vith hop
v.tU'Ti a-..J you nccu nut fear fcickucss.
Ti bnni ol the burden of Toil
Prom the strength ami the st-ced of
It sioSnsn from the heart i th soil.
And tho sc. ds that :irc Iori:Ul iuhv.
In ti.f so:: furrowed field l the South.
It rules o'er the realm- f the grain.
Ti- 2rtt.n through ihu lHtn of the
Is l.tir through tin fait of the; rain.
With blossoms of purple and white.
U ith leave that aro vernal m hue,
Tis fed ly the airand the
u ami dew;
1 13 nurtured by eun&bii
It Mr.u '.-i Iroui the breast
pt the earth.
M i life with rare cuttr atd heat
In marveU of uas:ca birth.
Tis king u'er the i-uni ami the r.-heat.
The procrcant rul?f d May j
' Heal uudi r hs ripening boll ; I
1 Ami later it lives in If:j ray
Of" the light that iliuu:fH its aouL
TV as known in the land of the 111.
Thn.!i! ngc- !"rg i'cu and dead;
With wndVr ol whit:i.- increased.
To ihu v.anuth of the South it is wed.
! Ti l nihiTrd Jrifin ilie". s and hlllj;
i . . . i : . : . i ..I .
j in o"j:ui uaii'b r. i." u'"jum .
Vth orient beaut v it til!s
j VaitacrciorafiluenV ground,
j Though planted in darkness and luoni.
i Tis aafo in the dust ot the ioil;
It arise in p!nndof of blooaj.
t It a'.vnk a at tho tvhispr ol (icnl .
Oa! lilt a lare yxin of praise.
As strou2 as tbcttdeb of tho sea !
Through lengths off .aboriousdays
And concjueoti of Commerce to be.
This plant lroui lhi heart f the eoil.
In the prido of its puritied tlcece.
With triumpus of glory and toil
Shall reign in tho rapture of jieacc.
II'iii. If, Jlaync, in Jfotnc d Farm.
N. Y. Mail itvl Kiprca.
The Antithesis ol' Don't"
Nuinhcr Two. Addressed to
remember that you are married
to n man and not to a god ; be prepared
J)a anticmatc th diseovery by your
husband that you arc "only a woman;1
if you wcro not he would not care about
von. . I
Do bear in iniud that a popular
preacher often has a wife; have some
rejird tor her lcebogs.
1K. once in a way, lei your huibatid
have tho last word: it will gratify him
and be t:o particnlar los to you.
Do let tho sun into your homo; A
man detecU dark rooms, and his Uute
is more importance than; your carpets.
curtains or complexion.
Do be reasonable; it U & great deal lo
ask under some circumstance, but do
try; reasonable tvbmen are rareb(
Do roiiX vocr in-i-'hbor'.H encroach
Iu refuse to tell yur home worries;
lo your closest friend ; the y ar e nobody's
business but your own
I)d be diuilied; keep your place and
imakoyour associates and dettundania
Iki remember that servants aro made
ol tho same material a you aro; a little
coarser grained, perha i but the same
in eaaenuals; "one' touch of uaturb
uiakes the whole world kin.''
Do respect their f'tfling' and attach
meiits, let the pretty parlor maid have
her lover openly ; she will have him
anyway, and it you have her confidence
you may avo her lifelong misery.
Do lorrret your clothe as much as
Do try and forjet yourself;, as for
your husband, forget that you! married
him and remember that lie ' married
you;hcwHl then probably do the
! Do. If a friend drops in unexpectedly,
leave things just as jthey are. If the
J tidy is off tho chair back, what does i;
matter r A nowspancr on me uoor,
even, is no absolute disgrace.
Do let your husband smoke if he
wauls to; you cau easily accuitom
yourself to the smoke of his cigar, and
it will keep him out ol tnischiel anil -quiet;
if your curtaiu-i smell after it, let
the air blow through tho room
Do let him read the uewspaper at the
breakfast tabic: is is unsociable, but
thou it i only a trifle niter all. and ho
likes it. '
Do let biai kno w mrc than you
once iu a while: it keeps up
feclfreipcc and you wiil be none
worse for admittinr that vou arc
Do pay your tervanta regularly.
Do keep accounts; do live witbiu
your allowance; do. lor the sake of
everybody, your.-elf included, know ex
actly how much yen have to rpeud,
and sac fometbiu;: out of it it you can.
Do date your letters.
Do have auopen firj if vou can man
age it, aud d have tho hearth swept
up every time coals art put on.
Do be courageous; do be sclf-respect-
iogi do be a sensible woman, and not a
meio insane creature, pretty to look al
and ol no farther uic.
Do wear real jewelry or none at all.
Do read something better than novels
or cook books.' ,
Do remember that tho interest of life
is not cent red iu your home circle; do
tarn iliarizo yourself with outside even Is.
Do read somethiug in tho papers be
sides fashion notes and society columns ;
bavo tome knowledge of what is goiti
ou mi foreign countries.
Do be a companion tu your husband,
it be is a wise man ; and it ho is not. try
lo make him becomo your companion ;
raiso his standard ; do not let him lower
Do respcctyour husband's prejudices :
do respect his relations', especially his
mother, becauso sho is your mother-in-law
; she loved him before you did.
Decline of Man.
Nervous Wcaknofti, Dyspepsia, Im
potence, Sexual Debility, cured by
VehV Health Iteacwer.'' 1
Did you turn over a new leaf?
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Ministers Sound its Praise.
Rev. Mr. Oreenfielda, Knoxville,
Term., writes as follows: "Samaritan
Nervine, permanently cored my son of
epileptic fits. IIeref food for thonKht.
Sold by drorjflJts, -SI.50.
Modem Courtship Scene.
Acd you really love me dearlv?' he
asked, as he coiled his arm about her
wasp-like sysle.ii. "And youll always
love me so?M
" Al way s, Frederick ; ever so.'
"And you pledge me to sew but1
"You plcdin me to so beautify my
life that it will always be as happy as
'With my lat breath. Frederick.'
"And drilling. ju will mend uiy
Your what, sir?"
'You will tuend my stock of knowl.
edo and draw me upward and enward
to a better existence?' -
"It will be the pride of inv life so to
do, Frederick I will sacrifice all lor
you complete happiness.
"I know that bwcelhcart. But sup
pose in the fullness of time some acci
dects frhould happen to to 5ay the
"You frget yourself, sir. To the
"To Ihe trouscau; would it defer the
hfur that makes you inTuc?"
"Never. Frederick. Iam your,s, mi mi
aud heart, and naught can separate
"Ami you will care for me ever, my
GUl. nnd I lor you; for though I may
never have a Mar- "
r.nouzn! hnavo rae lorcver.
"But listen. Tbouh I may never
have a shirking dispoaition, I shall
sometime perhaps, iu the struggle of
life, forget the plain duty '
And so ou. That's modern courtship.
Lots of abstract swash, but a manifest
disinclination to contemplate such con
veniences as buttons, socks. trowCTs
and shirts. Chicaw Tribune.
Aycr Cherry Pectoral is rccom
mended by physicians of the greatest
cmitieucc ou both sides of the Atlantic,
as the most reliable remedy for colds
and coughs, and all pulmonary disor
dcrs. It affords prompt relief iu every
case. No family should over be without
Humming birds and other flatleath
ercd ornaments loop the draperies of
some of the Parisian dresses.
From the Proud Standpoint
of superior htyle," the languid city
beauty surveys the imaginary physical
short comings ol her rustic female cous
in. Yet if the latter possess a finer set
of teeth, as she probably does if she
U5C3 SOZODONT, and tho metropoli
tan belie does not, that striking contrast
so much in her tavor enables her to turn
tho tables with a vencance. Pearly
teeth are better thau "stylo.'
The small hat of limp felt of the same
color'as the costume is tbe correct wear
for tailor-made cloth, cheviot and flan
Opinion of Ir. Mott, late Gov-
Mv investigation of Allcock's Po
ur." Plasteu shows it tocontafn valu
able U7id essential ingredients cot pres.
ent in auy other Piaster. These ingre
dients are so perfectly proportioned
that Ai.i.cock3 Pores Plaster will
not cause Blisters or Excessive Irrita
tion, and I find it superior to and more
elllcient than any other Plaster. !
IIKNV A. MOTT, Jil. Ph. D., F, C. S.
Professor of Chemistry, N. Y. Med.
l)o not waste your money buying in
ferior articles. Tell your Druggist you
want Allcock's Porus Plasters, and
do not take others made to sell on the
reputatiou of the genuine article.
Clasps and buekles of metal, jet
smoked pearl adorn the sashes
draperies of little children's, misses'
and ladies, drossy suits.
What it Did For an Old Lady.
Coshocton Station. X. Y.. .!
Dec. 23, 1673. 1
(Jents A number of people had beeu
usiug your Hitters here, and with mark
ed effect. In one case, a lady of over
seventy years had been sick for years,
and for the past ten years has not been
able to be around halt the time. About
six months ato she got so feeble that she
was helpless. Her old romedies, or
physicians, being of no avail I sent to
Deposit, forty-live miles away, and got
a bottle of Hop Bitters. It improved
her so she was able to dres herself and
walk about the house. When sho had
taken tho second Ipllle she was able to
take care ot her owu room aud walk
out to a noishborV, and has improved
all the time since. My wifo aud child
ren have also derived .irrcat benefit
f rom their use. i
; W.I. H ATI! AWAY.
Agt. U. S. Ex. Co.
The colors preferred for girls dressy
suiu and outer garments are pigeon
gray, sapphire blue, and red in the jar
net and ruby trades "
paper ucicu tens me- trutn without jirci
l the Great SouXhem Remedy for j consequence, which gets at tho far tf no ?o t
tho run" rf tho Scrofulous Taint Rhcu ' f r ti-,w fu rro?s cost, which pre
luauaiu, i iiuw omuiiiu, iwui, wuim;,
Coasuuiution. Brotichitid. Nervoud Dc
bilitv. Malaria aud all diseases arisimr
?. . a I. l 1 !
irom an impure coaaiuou oi mo nioou.
i uo merits oi mis vamaoic prcpara-;
tion arc so well known that a passing
notice ii but necessary to rcmiud the
readers of this journal of the necessity
of always haviuff a bottle of ROSA
DALI5 amvag their stock of family
Certificates can bo presented from
niauy leading Physicians. Ministers
and heads ot families throughout tho
South endorsing ROSADALIS iu the
highest lerm. Wo arc constantly in
receipt of certificates of cures from the
most reliable sources, and wo do -not
heitato to recommend it as the bett j
remedy for the cure of the above
BY A COMPANY WHO PROPOSE TO
ubCah a manufactory thereon, well-Umber
ed cypres lands. Parties wtxo may have such
land lo dispose of are requested to commnnl
ease, with me at Wadeaboroor try letter with
Mr. Joh T. James, at mimlnjrton in person,
rull pmculars as to exact locatloa of lands,
nnmber of acres, probable yield of timber to
the aero and .lowest prtce. must be mads
kaowa. JOHN T. PATRICE,
. State Inmigratkm Agent,
S4llti x WadesXero.N.
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