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Of life a woman may find herself fading
and failing. She doesn't understand it.
She goes to doctors, who treat her for
this or for that, but she gets no better.
She grows frail and pale. She can just
"drag about the house," but has no
pleasure in life.
Man such women
have taken advant
age5 of Dr. Pierce's
offer ol free consult
ation by letter, and
have been restored
by Dr. Pierce's
treatment to per
fect health. There
is no more wonder
ful medicine for
women than Dr.
action upon the
womanly organs is
ai once apparent
in the decrease of
pain and the in
cfease of strength
It cures female
weakness and such
diseases as take
away the strength
ana Deauty of
,01c women are
invited to consult
Dr. Pierce by letter
free. All corres
pondence private. Address
FOR THE NAVY.
TREASURER POTTER VIGOROUS AT tt;
i in niM 'xvw frwwi i
I .' .1 U I
Senator Butler Precipitated Dis
cussion of the Armor Plate
Aged Bank Official Writes a Long, Gratefal Letter to Proprietors
: of Pained Celeiy Componnd 7
Arnistronf Brothers' Cork Factory tod
Otoer BoJMiaf Dertreyed-The Loss ,.;
Nearly $50M89-PaHy Insured.
A SfcNSATiON IN THE HOUSE.
Representative Browo, Republican, from
Ohio,. Coodemoed McKinley's Colo
nial Policy Urged Congress to
Qive Fillploos Independence
Dr. p v
erce, Buffalo. N. Y.
"Before I commenced to use vour mUrin t
four doctors treated me," writes Mrs. BetUe
askew, or Gary, burg, Northampton Co., N, C.
if ':.f.!?i'ie,??veme the "me me re
lief, but It did not last lone. I was some days
'""y bed and some days I dragged about the
house. I have used five bottles of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and five of the Golden
i-.. . d DF?ve,ry.'' nd fw vtals of the ' Pel-
IV- I el like a new woman, and I want
toe world to know it." -
The action of the "Favorite Prescrip
tion is assisted by the use of "Pleasant
Pellets " when the bowels are irregular.
OPEN TBE DOOR OP TOCB HEART
- ' HOSES O. SHIRLEY.
Open the door of your bear my lad,
-To the angels of love and truth,
When the world is full of unnumber
i ed joys
Io the beautiful dawn of youth;
Casting aside all the things that mar,
Baying to wrong, depart
To the voices of hope that are calling
Open the door of your heart.
Open the door of your heart, my lass.
To the things that shall abide,
To the holy thoughts that lift your
Like the stars at eventide:
All of the fadeless flowers that bloom
In the realms of song and heart
Are yours if you'll only give them
Open the door of your heart.
of your heart, my
Open the door
Heedless of class or creed,
When you hear the cry of a brother's
The sob of a child in need :
TV U .LJ 1 ...
iuu" auiDing neayen that oer
You need map or chart,
But only the love the Master gave.
Open the door of your heart
! " "Aunt" Hanna Rivers, the
only negro ever allowed to live in
Nashville, 111., haKmoyed away
taking her permit with er, The
way those northern phariseea love a
nigger passes all understanding.
. , " Tne onl7 wa7 for the admin
istration to get around the solemn
pledge of the United States to leave
Cuba free, is to incite some disorder,
as an excuse for prolonging the
military occupation of the island.
I'hia ia tk. Zi. - .
" "jr ib was managed in
the Philippines. Philadelphia
John Brown was a "smasher,"
and Kansas has made a hero of him.
Similarly, in voting a gold medal to
Mrs. Nation the Kansas Temperance
Union makes a heroine of her, and
very intemperately puts a premium
upon violence. There is too much
sentimental tolerance of fanatics who
take it upon themselves to run the
world. Pniabelphia Record,. Dem.
-We hear little about "Cuba
libre nowadays and mnfli )nf tk.
danger to commercial and other
interests in allowing the Cubans to
run the island on which they live.
Indeed it is quite evident that the
administration would much prefer
never to see Cuba "libre" at all in
??J JnlLan conplete sense. The
Xuba libre" sentiment seems to
havebeen used up almost as fast as
thelreroes of the Spanish-American
war. Macon Telegraph, Dem.
Br Tftitirr&Dt V tee Mornlntr star
Washington, Feb 9. During al
most the entire session of to-day the
Senate bad under" consideration the
Naval Appropriation bill. Practical
ly the bill was completed when it was
laid aside for the day, all of the com
mittee amendments being adopted;
but as the measure was about to be
placed on its nassaee. 8enator Rutin
North Carolina, precipiated a dUcus
sion of the armor plate question..- In
order to enable some others to speak
upon the matter, the bill was laid
aside until Motidav EuloiriM nnnn
the late Representative Alfri-d O Bar-
mer, of Pennsylvania, concluded the
The passage at the beginning of the
session or ine oeoaie or a bill granting
a pension of $50 a month to Stacy H.
Cogswell, Company F, 13ib Indiana
Volunteer Ii faotrv. induced Rntn
Tillman, South Carolina, to make some
forcible; comments upon the Bouse
in noi iKtng action upon a bill pro
vlding pension for a Mexican war
veteran who bad resided in South
Carolina during tbe civil war and
naturally bad been in sympathy with
the Confederacy The bill bad been
passed by tbe Senate but the House
invalid pension committee was delay
ing final action upon it, 8enator Till
man urged. He said there was such
sensational animosity in the House
committee that members refused to
permit action upon the bill for the
benefit of this old Mexican veteran.
' Is the war over or is it notfrin-
I manded Senator Tillman, with vehe
mence. "Let us fiiid, out whether it
is or not."
"I awear by the'Almighty God, that
I will not let another pension bill pass
this Senate until this old man gets
The resolution offered yesterday by
Senator Berry calling upon the Presi-
aent ror information as to whether ihe
American minister in Coina has joined
with the representatives of other
powers in d manding the execution of
Prince Tuan and other Chinese of
flcials, was adopted without debate.
While the Naval bill was under
consideration Senator Butler, called
attention to tbe paragraph in the bill
appropriating $4,000,000 to pay for
armor plate already contracted for.
If the bill has provided the entire sum
necessary to pay for armor contract
ed for, it would ca'rry.for that purpose
he said $16 664 550. He declared the
Senate absolutelv was ni-ttrlnnVri
considering the matter now because
Congress has authorized the Secretary
of the Navy to pay for armor what
ever the armor trust could bold bim
up to. in the course of his sneech. in
u . . i
ue reviewed me old
By Tatecraph to tbe Morning Btar. '
Pittsburg, Pa, Feb. 9-Theflve-atory
brick building at 23rd street and
Allegheny Valley railroad, decupied'
by the Armstrong Brothers, cork fac
tory, was completely destroyed by
fire to-dav together with the foundry
ana machine shop or the Tatten Hogg
Iroa and Su-el Foundry Company on
4n street adjoining tbe Armstrongs.
The loss wih reach almoat $500,000,
witn insurance covering the amount
fully The cot 11 tg ration was one of
toe most spectacular sean in Pittsburg
for a long time. The flames from the
main building of the Armstrong fac
tory where the hre originated, spread
with astonishing rapidity and five
alarms were sounded in quick succes
sion, calling all the engines ia tbe
lower city to the scene. Great ex
cuwment prevailed because the em
ployes of the cork factory, number
ing 1500. were all at work and it was
reared that many of tbe girls and boys
in tbe building would not be able to
escape. Fortunately, the several es
capes and tbe firemen's ladders pro
viaed ample means for the safety of
all. In spite of tbe firemen's good
work the flames jumped across tne
"reet, ate , tbeir wav Into tbe Totton
esc uogg foundry ai.d laid waste the
foundry and machine shops before
mey couia be checked
TU A . ...
iUo Armstrong core .factory was
me largest plant of the kind in the
cuuoirj aoo ine company has offices
in most or tne principal cities All of
inevaiuaoie machinery was destroy-
cu out iu Dooica ;and papers in tbe
unices were saved.
j nr't::-.,j;ii.itii'lM:it'ilii4niinnnn;ii)f ii ( .nnnin
ting the Stomachs andJ3owels cf
ficss and Kest.contains neitncr
Opium, Mprphme nor Mineral.
Not Nahc otic.
MS) II 11
. Butler declared
mat ov the present arrangement athe
Government was makinir a clear Hn
nation of $5,000,000 to the armor
At the conclusion of 8enator But
ler's sneech the Naval hill r.. i...
- - iwu
i of Kepreseatstlves.
The consideration of the Diplomatic!
and Consular Appropriation bill in th3
Bouse to day developed something of
a sensation when Representative
Brown, of Ohio,- standing in the
centre of the Republican side of the
chamber, made a speech strongly con-
coioniai policy and urgin?
tnat (Jongress should at once give assu
rance to the Filipinos that it is tbe
purpose of the United 8tates to give
them independence. His announce
ment that he advocated a resolution to
that effect was loudly applauded on
the Democratic side, and at the close
or his speech many of his Republican
associates crowded about him and con
Representatives Meyers, Indiana,
and Dinsmore, Arkansas, also spoke
on the Philippines.
The consideration of th a Ttmi
a - - v . Sjr a aM CS) r M j
and Consular bUl went over . at 2
o clock and the rest of tbe day was
given to eulogies of the late Represen
utives Daly of New Jersey and Wise of
Eighty two years old, and free from
aches, pains, and feebleness! The last
ten years of his life the healthiest be
And forty five years a life span f or
most people of bard work and re-
spot, sioi my as a bank cashier and
tr aur-r to look back upon.
jj or toe past ten years Mr. Potter
oas never Known a day of serious sick
ness Previous to that time he suffmd
irom nervous prostration that ci
to him for six year.
inav inu remarkable immunity from
weakness and disuse at huch a tim-
ln me, ns not happened oy chance
no one knows better than ihe ae-d
treasurer nimself In Jun isai
when Buttering from a number of old
chrtnic complaints, Mr Potior 8
inaucea o? relatives to use Paine's
ceierv compound f. r tbe first tim
The eflVct ws immediately beueficial
The uninterrupted good health that hi
has since enjoyed dates fiom that
time Mr. Putter's grateful letter to
the proprietors of Paine's celery com
P'Jund ia bised on long personal ex
perience and also a full knowledge of
what it has done for very many of his
friends to whom he has in turn recom
mended the great remedy that made
him well Mr. Potter's letter is given
in its entirety:
rntvnirtl1a T T
Wells, Richardson & Co , ' '
Gentlemen : I have the. utmost
raith in Paine's celery compound, be
cause of the great good that it has
done m and man v nhr of mv ac
quaintance tbt has come under my
personal knowledge within the last
seven years. In 1865 I had to give up
business on account of very poor
health. I was suffering from a num
ber of old chronic complaints. Among
the rest I had complete nervous pros
tration from which I suffered for six
vears. in June, 1891, I commenced
tne use of fame's celery compound
a.rter laaing a few bottles I found
that the old complaints began to ease
upwuicn encouraged me to keep on
wiiu tne compound. 1 soon got over
ii or tnoae troubles that had clung to
mo iur ao long, ano got out and vas
more like myself. Since then I ham
Ti bottles in the spring ad
rail as a tonic, and sometimes a few
J-oottles between as a preventive.
i am inclined to believe in the old
adarge tbat ''Ad ounce of preventions
worth more than a . pound of cure," au
when there has been prevailing s etc
ness in tbe communitv, such as grippe
malria fevers, etc , I take tbe com'
pound, aod thus far have had none of
these ailments, although they have
been prevalent all arnilnri ma an lli.
I have great faith in Pain e'a pjtlvn
compound as a preventive. I hav
recommended the comnonnd tn
many of my friends, and T h th.
Satisfaction of knnwim, tk.t it I
don them verv much onmi
I Wa4 CiShier of thn hr ir n a..tu
County fOP 29 yea-s, and for tbe last
nrteen years was scretarv mrf
urer of tbe new savings bank in cou
necuon who tbe National Bank
My DOsition in tho kn..
last work T am fig ..ij
- ' va
Most sincerely yours.
, J- B. Pottks.
For recruiting the strength and
spent energies of men and women
advanced in years, there can be no
substitute for Paine's celery com
pound. It is the one preparation con
sidered worthy the name of a tm
nerve food and blood remedy by phy
sicians throughout tbe country. It is
prescribed by them in every State in
the Union to tone up the system,
regulate the nerves, and restore health
Nothing in the past has ever ap
pmached it In power of building up
weakened nerve tissues and giving
strength to tbe tired body. In severe
cases of persistent headache, dyspepsia,
neuralgia, and sleeplessness, due to
nervous feebleness. Fame's celery
compound has a -record of rapid and
lasting cures that embraces every city
a-d town in the wide sweep of tbe
lis remarkable power over disease
lies in its active replacing of worn out
parts by new, healthy ones, and its
healing and nurifvinsr action mon
tne most minute tissues of the body.
The heavy, alarming pain in the
back and loins disaonears: the vmw-
ing paleness, nervousness, and loss of
flesh is stopped, and a bright, buoyant
reeling gradually takes the, nla
that unending sense of tire and
An improved appetite, sound di
gestioo, uninterrupted sleep, and an
energetic nervous condition invariably
follow the use of Paine's celery com-
ATTACKED BY HIGHWAYMAN.
moocr uot Away With a Satchel
Coatalalog $1,100, But Was Caoght
aid the Moaey Recovered.
By Telagrapti to tbe Monilni? star
rm L a DELPHI A. Pa.. Feb. 9
onortly after leaving the Ninth Na
tional Bank to-day with a satchel con
taining $1,100 with which he intended
Sit ml?. their weekly
Yn ,r u. senior member
of Peter Woll & Sons, curled hair
manufacturers, was attacked by a
highwayman The robber at first got
aTy Wltn tbe money but was com
pelled to drop it by a by stander.
u. OU wa fO"owed from the
bank by ths man, who finally stooped
him at the corner of Norris and How
ard streets. The hiffh...m.n ..;J .
Better giye me that money."
o, l need it," replied Mr. Woll
7 nrst thought the mi
At that the highwayman sprang up
on Woll, who is 70 years old. knock-
A a. . j
uuu aown and ran off with
nc jayer at worft nearby wit
nB uit and captured tbe
uiKuwayman, woo in the struggle
r uiuuej, wnicn was
Hrvuipiiy recovered by Mr. W .11. He
turn onae. nis escape, but was again
K-auu ur a p uiC4-man whn h. i
--II-V u i . - uo 3 mF "Oil's
caUs for help After a chase of two
j A policeman caught the foot
pau. ne save hu mm. t u
" ma wukuu
Edwards and said be bad attempted
tbe robbery to get sent to the house of
vurrrcuoo i t me winter. Mr W.ili
was nm 8'if.u'V . -ured
fcapg af Old Dr SAMUEL PITCHES
Ancrfect Remcdv for Conslina-
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea.
vVorms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
- facsimile Signature of j -
For Infants and Children
The KinrJ You Have
EXACT C0PVDF WRAPPER.
ire- r a ir
thb crwTw cwiit, mw tom errv.
Just received 20 cases of the celebrated
"Battle Axe Shoe
The best Shoe made for the price. Hand Sewed.
Goodjear Welt Bangi, g in price from- '
$1.75 to $2.50
l.,JS2t I If
mar a y
THlRD - ' ' --mmmmmmwmm
i " .J1 Hriog is worth more than
-- When he that is rich in purse
bette1?00' la Bpirit'"the world w made
I am trvinff to ahnv
that the church is not sacred, but that
the w.hole earth is.-John RusJcin.
...T SaAie?,e.i8 ballast of the
tnmk.V; ' til Keep 11 rrom 'oiling and
tumbling in the greatest storm.-Btg
uJTC.h8tha8 lived aQd he asks
liviBg followers. He has died, a living
..IT iL1 th$ human wiadom has
?ve5 been ble to learn for itself is
Christ that we can know what He is.
f7" ?he We8sinkT of Jeans upon the
ths?tchtt.pto, "l Swishes
j u tnat 'Jbody may be useful
kKw diSl61 iBt?? but thfuland
heaven. Coant iu the Ktom of
If I see one fond of appearance,
ture, fine equipagts, all above his
Hazlnr at West Poiat
The report of the special congress
ional committee which investigated
the hazing of cadet Bjoz and tbe gen
eral subject of hazing at West Point
was submitted to the House by the
chairman of the committee. Represen
tative Dick, together with a bill mak
ing stringent regulations against baz
ing. fighting, and all brutal practices.
Ihe report ia an exhaustive review of
tne practice of hazing in all its forms,
and while moderate in tone is never
tbeless a stinging arraignment of the
many alleged brutal practices enumer
ated in it. Tbe report says that such
fighting as that at West Point is a
felony according tn h .t.n..
many of the 8t-tes, and tbe time has
tTlfh 0wuKre must decide
whether fights, which are high crimes
elsewhere shall continue at West
romL The bill submitted contains
.V a oc,on against hazing, and
provides means for iu detection and
punishment. Dismissal is provided for
rfi,.,i "rt,in,. MUt or a challenge,
directly or indirectly, or for any torm
?L-0,lnrha8'in,f' bracing of
dMts-V, C.adeli d,nied are made
ineligible to appointment to th
OP marine corps Provision U
ujmjo iur courts of
vucw, ana oiner means
fizing0 8UPiK he practice of
Postmsster's Pltht With Poor Masked
Men Who Attempted to Rob the
Office at Emma. N. C.
THE VANDERBILT HEIRS
By Telegraph to the Morning star.
Asheyille. N. C., Feb. 9 Pour
masked men attemntAd t
r - w vw tuvj
postotDce and store at Emma, tbe first
iiion out irom Asheville on the
Southern railway, last night, with the
u. mat two wnne men and one
negro are dangerously shot and one
r"lkD "Jau ana a negro escaped in
About 10 o'clock 8amuel Alexander
assistant t- . . . . T
inBkuiiuiusr ana clerk at
.U..UUJ wa8 aroused by a knock and a
request to get some one's mail Oo
oprnmg the door Alexander was
covered by a pistol and ordered to uu
lock the safe woicli he did. One of
the robbers held tbe pistol on Alex
ander while the other began to loot
the safe. Alexander at an nnnnttn.u
moment grabbed the pistol of the
robber while the latter was going
through the safe, and began firing
At the same time the other robber
opened fire on him. Two of tbe rob
bers were badly wounded, one pos
sibly fatally, and Alexander has an
ugly wound in the side of the abdomen
and back. The police were notified
and. this morning all the robbers were
safemjsil. Two of the robbers were
white and two negroes. The white
men are Buss Gate and Dudley John
son. The latter is supposed to be a
man wanted in Florida for murder
The negroes are Ben Foster and Harry
Mil Iaw aw a 2 . a av
vuuvici ana wen known to
the local police.
- He (musingly) -"Let me see!
When in doubt She rlUln-
fully)-aive her a diamond "-
" When a man admits a war
aHT.l .1 ,ys aad orrows." remark
., , ..- y' uvonta ana rniogs.
afar, vary dear, for M. .hi.ti. ... n "
FATAL AFFRAY IN CHARLOTTE.
NelMB Hamrlck Shot aad Killed aid Hli
Brother PaUJIy Wousded.
By Telegraph to the Morning Btar.
r i ' ouruary 9. wui tne paying
,, " .T"101' ,oa of- th bief of .tH-H 1 rtened-. The dogate
u-iu.-uuj auiea in Dick Bailev'a
narlMr ihnn In J.- m ,
ay I, "he has paid
Served With Notices Calllor for Paymeot
of the Inheritance Tax.
By TaiamDii to tne Mornuuc star.
Nkw York, Feb. 9. Heira of rW
nelius Vanderbilt haye been served
with notices calling upon them to pay
into the Bute treasury the amount of
tneir inheritance tax. The total tax
- .,BWMuie or the million
aire, agreed upon between representa
tives of the Bute eomntm.).. a.
gate Fitzgerald and Vt;;.;'. 7" .u.
vanuerouH, amounts to
" BMIUI1TB OI inn . nu iln.
estate, about the payin of wMk i
wroer anop IO day. Hia broth
tt TTT ' "iijr anot. The
Hamrick boy attempted to smash the
,bff 5f?r of Mra Nation!
While Bailey waS ahaving a customer
Bailey laid down his razor and nick
ing up his pistol used it with the result
stated. The Hamricks come of good
family. Bailey says he had to shoot
them ia tell defence.
tor. tbe estate and
siduary estate from
1 1 1 ..
uoiuaea ine re
tZwfvAA?Tm Dld yu hear of the
bv7 Hide5 th" hPPned to Dan
WaJlitm"nto wious that
fi"0"1 intimate friends were unable
torecognize him." Duddy Terribl
"A1. BJJw.y collWonl Fell off
1 Wt lf 1 " y,dy-Worae; he has
t lost all fall money Tit Bits!
drafted tbe first platform of the Re
publican party died yeaterday at
Fifty American and t wo 1111 aa TP:
Hpino women organized the Women's
xreace league in Manila . The league-
5wiii wu auvereigniy.- A.
uipioo woman presided.
. Ada Gray, the actress, whose name
is inseparably connected with "East
Lynne," is seriously ill ii, the home
for incurables at Ford ham, N Y.! She
Is there as a ward of the actor's fund.
. Captain John T, Brady died yester
day at his home in Norfolk, V... after
a short illness. H ... . .
Elk, and president of the new Virginia-1
C arolina oaaeoaii league, and
Prominent in other organizations.
Representative Small, of North Car
olina, introduced a bill In the House
to Prohibit the sale or manufacture of
distilled spirits, fermented liquors or
wines, made under the authority of the
HnfUtes.to State, where t& salnS
la prohibited by the laws of the Bute.
Father -"Do you think I
ought to have my daughter's voice
?.Ur"Jald V A-bsent Minded Visitor
1 should think you ouirht to have
somethmg dooe for it "Tit-Btts.
The Owner "See here! You
W,1f,t,lDdie that 'k more care
fully ! The Porter "I'll look out for
it. sir. I know a man let one fall on
his toes last month, an' he ain't out of
the hospital yet." Brooklyn Life.
"Oh, mamma, mayn't I go to
the party the little girl next door is
g-ing to give I" "No. my dear it
would hardly be the thing, as you are
f,:- w,r,rD,Df Un' dear me!
I think I d almost rather give up the
Social Rivalry "Has your wife
much soci-l ambition?' "Social am-
Ortl'uI VV nen aha rA ok.. . t
Uurzou s fit-ohant rmrtv in T..Ai
-.,.., . - - J - QUO
said if she knew where he could rent
S.me whalta. ah'd i
party." Detroit Free Press
"What if I werA Ann A n
h . v w UiVOD
usbands. mv dear, who oat
in the moroiDg and bang things about
and kick everything ov r just because
Xi&Z&r "xCJ,dl': Johnr-re.naVd
"Z" x make it hot for
you As her words admitted nt
more than: one intemrAtatm.. tw
sairt not hing about the coffee Boston
wise fU4. .
o The 8nPeiintendent of schools
r:'""ue. ww.. desirous of testing
Ii wmpoBiuoD existing in
a class of eight year-old. r.nA
that three" sentenma
Tolatoi'a Sense of Ifnnn
At one music party at Count Tolstoi's
a In v'a dnirlm. .1 : .
uispii-aseu ine count s
boys, and they adjourned to another
room ana made a noise. Their father
lust patience and went after them, and
vuaraciensnc admonition ensued.
are you making a noise
Poser" he asked.
oviuc ucsuaiion came an
awer .in the affirmative. "Y-y-yes."
iJoes not her singing please you?"
well. no. Why does she howl?" de-
viureu one of the boys, with vexation.
jou wisn to protest against her
singing?" asked Lyeff Nikolaevitch In a
Iimi . -
xuen go out and say so or stand in
the middle of the room and tell every
viie present. Tnat would be rude, but
uprignt and honest. But you have got
wgeiner and are squealing like grass
noppers in a corner. I will not endure
sncn protests." Newcastle (Bngland)
We Haye Sold Onr
but we still have
a full line of
Which we will soil aa CHEAP
ava avny others.
Give as a call and see for your
selves. Williams Bros.,
.11 pirm n.
it . rsi. Tisj? - -a fS i
1 . t 1
" f"'"v"Trii f rrfliJ
As a Special in LADIES' SHOES this week,
Big Racket Store,
208-210 North Front Street
feb 10 tr
- undar S3.000 Cash Oepoait.
- RJ road Far Paid.
opaD all yr to Both Saxa. Vary Chaap Beara.
"rpA laoaaa itaaineM OoUage,
sap U m w . . r
ha Bau 1-
" wu uuo or me tnree
oees," -ooys" aLd "bear '
"Harry is so
a -- .
... A.uurusiy concocted the follow
"fc.'Boys bees bare when
they go in swimming,"
Shame on Him:
well posted on this
ou jouog airs Kidder: "and
ne just loves to discuss it with me
jUM: he says, I have such an in
telligent conception of it " "I, that
of" said her friend. "Yes, and last
night he explained in detail how the
Bwiss navy, in command of Gen.
. Richard Croker paid up his 15,000
income tax , to those British taxers,
because he did not want to let then
into the secret where his
came from. Dick "t-nnwo 1,!- 1
bnsiness, , " uwu
In all lta atagea than
aboDld be cleanliness.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleaves, soothes aad heals
the diseased membrane.
It cares catarrh and drives
away a cold in the head
Cream Balm is placed Into the noatrfJs, spreads
over the membrane and Is absorbed! Belief la im
mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying does
not produce sneering. Large Size, 60 cents at Drug.
gist or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
JELY BfiOTHEBS, 58 Warren Street, New York,
sep 16 tf aa to th
MULLETS, new catch.
Best Geam Cheese.
Martin's Gilt Edge Butter.
sagging and Ties.
DEMAND A.T THIS BSASDH
Sole agents for
ROB ROY FT.OTTR..
HcNAIR & PEARSALL
J. W. NOBWOOD. PRHB
t " rfc t
ANDREW MOEKLANDi CASHIER
GORE VICE PRES.
I ATLANTIC lilllUI.
Deposit your money where it fs raf-st w
aDe8t baiiklotr far.nitina 1
3 a vvji
finest baKlog acuities la North' CarollnTO AZ&T?
D. L GORE,
H. B. 8H0RT,
8 P. MCNAJR,
W E. 8PRINQER,
G A. NORWOOD
H L. VOLLER8
Do yon rest easy
yonr money ?
W Z?2T.Dp?8,t 1" the latest aid
finl'ieht.ty.ln8S.bank D Nonh Caro
lina, where It ill ber Interest.
. . AT KATE OF
Uur next quarter begins March l8t
and Is subject to check, without notice,
White Spring and
HALL & PEAE8ALL.
re8tr , , ., Wutt toa Mnlberry.
L XL. a .
Tr ine past tew weeks, not writ.
ing advertisements, BUT SELLING
GOODS. We have so many good
things that we haven't time nor
space to tell you of them, but cor
dially Invite you to call and see
them. Alwavs aomathma-
and everything up to date, at
LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH PRICES.
We are still moving great numbers
r of Douglas and Duttenhoefer
SHOES, but have new ones coming
every weekC We can always SUIT
YOU IN STYLE, FIT AND PRICE.
MERCER &JEVAMS COMPANY,
nbiott us ana 117 Princess stmt.
SAYINGS & TRUST CO.
W r a.
l TT "? AfSa k a. .
Jr.. C ashlar.
366 Ba-rrela Beat Pi oar.
224 H-barrel baa;..
816 k.ttarrel bar.
3.240 l-8-brrrl bmgu. .
1.690 1.1 e-barrelbatfs.
1.840 Baahela Fed Oats.
460 Bmahl R. P. Oavts.
1.890 BaahlaGe d Corn.
438 Bale. 0. 1 Hay.
8,X0 ."If' EPrtd Apple.
(1 pound C (atoms Sna loose )
1.860 Poonda N. C. Apples
(baw and boxes J '
Hot oomlntr during- tae year bat now at
VY. B. COOPiR'S,
308, alO w Hat street.
Do not anllnft a-.- r ...
Cnstomara wnvuwsw our
- land Guanos.
180 BAGS GENUINE
Those are Good -Seed
10 000 BAGS FERTILIZERS.
Iocladln? Armour A Co s
Also, one or the blggwt storks or Groceries
In the CaroUnas.
D. L. CORE CO.,
' , area ad
it ia on
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