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TOWN OFFICERS :
Mavoi-W. H. Thoii.Hon.
Tkkami'kkm J. A. F-Ti !l.
Viukv uy Por.in:- v. I.Klnjr.
JaiiiK ('apt. Ja. I. obliiKon.
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J. A. Ferrell, W. A. J..non, J. II.
Steven, T. II. Partrick.
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lot'NTV Kb'KVKVott Arthul I''.
- 1 ' t.on kh Dr. A.T. Cooler.
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lit 11, . . k. Hcirlng and Warren
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roit Cmi m y Dr. J. A. Stevens.
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Ka KM .J iiiru-M Shipp.
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LA'. Hubbard CH. Con-mi-idon-er
of tin- Fiknlern District d Xorlh
(Clifton Ward, Postmaster. )
Mail tfoi.itf by rail leaves ohu fiice
daily nt K:05 A. M.t and 2:.V P. M.,
reHjK-ctivfly. Mail going via llob
ton, Newton drove, Dunn, Hoani in's
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Mon lays ami Thursday.. Mail go-j
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on Tufdays, Thursdays and Satur
Ilairtist, Pastor, O. P. Mocks.
Services. Id and 3d Sabbath of
eacli month. Prayer meeting Tuch
day at 7 P. M. Sunday rchool, Sun
day, 3 P.M.
Prokytcrian- Pastor, Dr. It. F.
Marable, Services, 2nd anl 41b Sun-
day's. Prayer meeting, Wednesday
at 7 P. M. Sunday school, 9 A. M.
M thodlst Pastor, C. P. Jeron.e.
Services, (at Presbyterian Church)
1st Sir.day 11 '.'clock, A. M. and 71.
M. Sunday school (in Lodge) every
Sunday at '.' A. M. Prayr meeting
(at Presbyterian church) Thursday
uightsat 7 P. M.
Episcnp.il Hector, . .
Service;-, Sunday, 11 A.M. and 4:00
P. M. Si i day s hool, 8 P. M.
Colored llnptitt Second Sunday
in each month at H A. M., 3 P. M.
and 7 IV M.
' M ISC K LL AN KO US :
K. of II. Marion Iiutler, Dicta
tor, meets every first and third Fri
day night t S o'clock.
II Irani Masonic Lodge J. M.
Marshbum, Master, unlets every
third Friday at II o'clock A. M.
Clinton Chapter, No. 40, It. A.M.,
I). A. Culbrelh, II. P., meets every
Hrst Friday at II o'clock A. M.
Clinton Lodge, No. p'l, I. ().(). p.,
Dr. John A. Stevens, N. (1., meets
every Monday night.
Library of ' linton Literary Asso
ciation over postofllce. Librarian,
V. S. Thomson.
Clinton Loan Association Presi
dent, J. L. Stewart; Cashier, W. L.
Faison; Expn-ss Agent, Ed. Faison.
Sampson Building and Loan Asso
ciation President, V. A. Johnson,
Secretary and Treasurer, J. S. Hizzell.
Kailroad Depot Agent, H. II.
Holland, Jr.. Telegraph Operator
J. C. Holme.-.
Y. M. C. A. -A. A. Hutler, Presi
dent. Meets in Courthouse every
Mon.lay at 7.30 P. M.
Supreme Courts for -It It, (!th ami 7th Ju
dicial Districts, IS'JO.
4th District, Spier Whitaker; Wake.
0th " E.T.lioykin, Sampson.
7th " J. C. Mcllea, of Cum
4th District, T. M. Argo, of Wake.
0th O. II. Allen, of Lenoir.
7th Frank McKeill.of Rich
Times for Holding Courts for 1890.
KOUKTir JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Macltae.
Fall Judge Doykin.
Wake Jan. 6th, Feb. 24th,March
1 1th, April 21st. July 9th, Aug. 27th,
Sept. 22d, Oct. 20th.
Wayne January 20th, March 10th
April 14th, September 8th, October
Harnett February 3rd, August
4th, November 24th.
Johnston February 10th, August
SIXTn JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Graves.
Fall Judgo Armfield.
Pender March 10th, September
New Hanover Jan. 20th, April
13th, September 22nd.
Lenoir February 3rd. Aug. 10th,
Duplin February 10th, Aug 4th,
Sampson February 24th, April
28th, October 6, December 8th.
Carteret March 7th, October 20th.
Jones March 2ith, October 27th.
Onslow March 3lst, November
SEVKNTII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Bynuin.
Fal t J udge G ra ves .
Columbus January, 13th. March
31st, July 28th.
Anson January Cth, April 28th,
September 1st, November 21th.
Cumberland January 20th, May
5th. July 21st, November 10th.
Kobeson January 17th, May 19th,
Richmond February 10th, June
2nd,September loth, December 1st.
Bladen March 17th,October 30th.
Brunswick April 7th, September
Moore March 3rd, August 11th,
Judge Boy kin holds court this
Spring in the 3rd District, as follows:
Pitt January Cth, March 17th,
Franklin Jan 20th, April 14th
Wilson Feb. 3rd, June 2nd.
Vance Feb, 17th, May 19th.
Martin March 3rd.
Greene March 31st.
Nash April 28th.
to canvas for the sale of Nursery
Stock! Steady employment guar
anteed. GOOD PAY for successful
meu. Apply at once, stating age.
Mention this paper.
Alabama Nursery Company, Huntsville, Alal
CLINTON, N. CV-FKH. 20, IS90.
i:iITOft HLOL'XT IX A FIX.
For the pat few clay a we have
been as vain, and strutted as
proudly as a peacock with dis
tended narrative; and w we
talked the ritreet, we felt that
we were indeed Ix)rd Ego of the
inland of Mo in the ocean of
Self. And the reason for the
display of that "ecce homo" air
of importance which character
ized our lordly deportment can
be found In the following article
wbicii we clip from the Char
lotte Chronicle. Yes our pride
na been mo HtuftVd with being
called a poet and rhetorician
and orator and huinirirft, that
we aie almost "fit to burst" with
the ga- of self-elation, and we
l ia a. i
rcrnou we wouia dui ior me
fact that we have tied a stout
rcpe around our fragile and del
icate form which still holds
things in statu quo the Latin
for unburfetedness. But never-
theleHi we are just tickled al
most to death at the very kind
notice of puch generous friends',
and if we ''snicker out in meet
ing we just can't help it, for
we are unman. W hmju Mirror
Five Strong Point In H. S. S.
1st. It is entirely vegetable, con
tains no minerals or poison of any
kind, and builds up the system from
the first dose.
1M. It cures Cancer of the Skin.
No other remedy or treatment was
ever known to cure it.
3d. It cures hereditary Mood
Taint, even In tbo third and fourth
Ifenerations. No other remedy has
ever done It.
4th. It has never failed to eradi
cate Scrofula (or King's Evil) 1 all
Its forms from the ystem.
ftth. It cures contagious Mood
Poison in all its stages by elimina
ting the horriblo virus from thesys
tern, thus giving relief from all the
consequences of this bane of the hu
"My Mood had been so out of or-
uer during the summer of 1888 that
I virtually had no health at all. I
had no appetite; nothing I ate agreed
with me. I was feeble, puny, and
always feeling bad. I had tried va
rious remedies without rceeivingaiiy
benefit, until at length I commenced
on Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) That
medicine increased my weight from
I ha poumw to 177 pounds in a few
months, and made me as well and
healthy as any man now living. S.
S. S. is undoubtedly the rretest
blood purifier to-day on the Ameri
can continent. John Bellew.
No. 419 North State Street,
lioTTrcntise on Blood and Skin Dis
caCH mailed free.
SVV'IIT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Georgia.
Every book is a quotation ;
and every house is a quotation
out of all forests and mines and
stone-quairies; and every man
is a quotation from all his an
cestors. Ralph Waldo Emerson.
A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life.
It was just an ordinary scrap of
wrapping paper, but it saved her
life. She was in the last stages of
consumption, told by physicians
that she was incurable and could live
only a short time; she weighed less !
than seventy pounds On a piece
of wrapping paper she read of Dr,
King's New Discovery, and got a
sample bottle; it helped her, she
bought a large bottle, it heled her
more, bought another and grew bet
ter fast, continued its use and is now
strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weigh
ing 140 pounds. For fuller particu
lars send stamp to W. II. Cole, Drug
gist, Fort Smith. Trial bottles of
this wonderful discovery free at It.
W' Holliday's Drug Store.
Beauty is the mark God sets
on virtue. Every natural ac
tion is graceful. Every heroic
action is also decent, and causes
the place and the bystanders to
shine. Ralph Valdo Emerson.
Bucklen'g Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world tor Cuts,
Bruses, Sores, Ulcers, SaltHheum, Fe
ver Sores, Tetter. CltanneJ Hands. Chil
blains, Corns, and all Sk:n Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no nr. v
required. It is guaranteed to ive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Dr. 11; II. IIolli DAY.
There is something in sick
ness that breaks down the pride
of manhood; that softens the
heart, and brines it back to the
feelings of Infancy. Washing
The Spring- Medicine.
The popularity which Hood's Sar
saparilla has gained as a spring med
icine is wonuertun it possesses just
muse elements oi health-giving.
uiuvu-puruying ana appetite-restoring
which everybody seems to need
at this season. Do not continue in a
dull, tired, unsatisfactory condition
when you may ne so much benefited
Dy nood's Sarsaparilla. It purifies
the blood and makes the weak strong.
He has not learned the lesson
of life who does not every day
surmount a fear. Ralph Waldo
" mm -
CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED.
To tub Editor Please inform
your reauers mat l have a positive
remely for the above named disease.
By its timely use thousands of hopeless
cusca uave oeen permanently cured.
I shall be glad to send two bottles o
ray remedy free to any of your read
ers who have consumption if they will
send me their express and post office
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C,
181 Pearl 8t., New York.
IMkmUM BUelts Bni, Tea
Ck. Plea. HaffiaiL. W.ffi.s
Jokaajr Cake, Com hnU, Short
wliMit. K foumi ran A reaU.
8W br teutry Serchaatt.
Irew Bf aaafactwiac Cm
TIm Jin feoaa rrtl.
A great many people are unable to
rido on elevator earn on arcount of the
feeling that their hearts ami mu2s are
being pulled out of Unn wtien the
machine atarU to drop. People itb
heart affection are frequently forbid
den by thnir pbynrwi to ride iu the
can. and it ia disagreeable to tbou
aanda who rid in npile of it to save
time and legs in the big building of
A well Icnowu lawyer, who ha a
very level brad at mot time, adtmU
that bia head feels empty when the ele
vator start down, but claims to have
uncovered a very urn pie mechanical
trirk by which be avoids the all gone
feeling. He is willing to have it sug
gested to las feilow mortals anony
mously aitd in no other war.
"I take a long breath, he aaid.
"ju.st a I step on the elevator, and
bold it with a tight pressure. Then,
jut a.H the elevator Ugin townk, I let
it out exactly with the motion of the
car. The quicker the car fctarts the
quicker ana harder 1 press out Hie air,
and I don't f;el as if my soal bad
flown out of my collar; in fact, I tan
avoid the least disagreeable sensa
tion." Another gentleman who tried the
experiment vouched for the results in
bis case. "Don't imagine that you
have to blow so that everybody ebe
in the carcai hear you," he said. "All
you need to do is to hold the breath
tightly and let it go noiselessly out
tiie nose. I think the sensation is due
to the sudden cliangw of pressure of
blood in the heart and bead, and the
compression of air in the breathing or
gans offsets that pressure by reaction
when the car starts." Philadelphia
Observation from a ltalloon.
The observations made during night
ascensions, or those "vhich were con
tinued into the night, on temperatures
at different heights, gave results dif
ferent from the theories previously
held on the subject. An increa.se- of
the temperature with the height was
noticed after sunset. The rate of de
cline of temperature with elevation
when near the earth was subject to
variation ag the sky was clear or
cloudy. From an elevation of three
miles cirrus clouds were soen apparent
ly as far above the observers as they
seem when viewed from the earth,
and that under such conditions that it
was hard to believe that their presence
was due to moisture. The audibility
of sounds from the earth depended
considerably on the amount of moist
ure in the air.
The noise of a railway train can be
heard in clouds four miles high, but
not when the clouds were far below.
The discharge of a. gun was heard at !
10,000 feet; the barkinir of a doo-at!
two miles; but the shouting of a mul
titude at not more than 4,000 feet.
Many differences in the results of ob
servations were supposed to depend
upou atmospheric conditions, while
these vary with the time of day and
the season of the year; so that a great
many observations would be required
to determine the true laws. Having
followed up one of the observations
recorded above with a captive balloon
and by other means, Mr. Glaisher de
clared to the Meteorological society,
in 1870, that the theory that the tem
perature is always lower at higher ele
vations is not true. Popular Science
Stamps aa an Investmeut.
Stamp collectors arc commencing to
shiver in their shoes over a report that
photograph engraving is being called
in for the counterfeiting of rare speci
mens. There is no improbability in
this rumor, though it at present lacks
confirmation. However, no man with
an eye in his head is likelv to be de
ceived by a fraud of this sort. All
others had better employ an expert to
do their buying for them; still, with
rare stamps reaching the great values
they do, and large fortunes locked up
in stamp albums, one canuot blame
the philatelists who insist upon the ne
cessity for guarding agaiust forged
specimens. According to an English
publication, a famous collector, who
is collecting English stamps, has an
exclusively English collection that is
worth in the onen market. rn nnn
This sum wouH bo realized if tho'l'.
lection were broken un and sold niw-
meal, and there are several collections
1 1 1 i -i .
i jcngiauu wnicn range in value
from 110,000 to $350,000. What is un
doubtedly the most valuable collection
in the world is the property of a Ger
man gentleman residing in Paris. The
bolder of this wonderful collection
wouia not take $1,250,000 for it.
jioney would not purchase it. It is
simply unique. et there are gaps in
this collection, the owner of which is
still one of the most enthusiastic col
lectors, always on the lookout for
fresh acquisitions. Yetio wine's News.
The latest novelty in the vegetable
line is the introduction of edible flow
ers. The two which are said to be the
most satisfactory belong absit omen !
to the thistle family and rejoice in
the names of calligonum polygon oides
and bastia latifolia. The popular fa
vor of both English and French seems
to be hard to conquer in the case of
the new dishes, but doubtless all will
conie in time. It is related of a clever
Boston woman that once while she
was living in the country abroad, in a
spot where the markets were extreme
ly unreliable, she was one day sur
prised by the arrival of several guests
near the dinner hour. It chanced, as
it usually does chance in such cases,
that on that especial dav her larder
was more than eommonlV
he had little to set before her guests.
Her wit helped her wit, however. The
locusts were in full bloom, and select
ing a number of the finest clusters,
she had them dipped in batter and
then fried in boiling oil.
. Tiie dish was not only an extremely
ornamental one, the shape of the clus
ters being not unlike that of grapes
but it proved very palatable as well)
and if it was not very substantial, it
at least went no inconsiderable way
toward giving the appearance of solid
ity to the somew hat scanty dinner.
How is This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by taking Hall's Ca
F. J. CHENEY & CO
e, the undersigned, have known
F.J.Cheney for the last 1G years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In nil business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tion made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Drug
gist, Toledo, O.
Wa"JPqi Kinxax & Mabvix,
Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O.
t. it. an Hosex, Cashier Toledo
National Bank, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
ntuug uirecuy upon the blood
and mucus surfaces of the system
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by ali
pSVt YU SUFFER WITH DYS
r i , ,r- a,nd Llver Complaint? Shi
loh s Vitalizer is Guaranteed to cure
you. For sale by R. II. Hom.toav
Drugarist, Clinton, and W. P.
dv, Warsaw, N. C.
Our (Jricery Department is
ton. Every lliimr ym need you
Veiy Lowest Prices!
Canned flood., (the very
All Kind of Table Delicacies,
Our Own Srand of Flour.
'VIIE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Fresh IW.kwhuat direct from mills. Maple Syrup.
Leave your orders and have your purchases delivered at
FREE OF CHARGE.
With thanks for past favors,
Selling Out at Cost!
My Store House For Sale or Rent !
Wishing to make a change in my business I will sell out as
soon as possible my entire steck
i liafl: ?
Come get prices and see.
J5 Cash sale commences January 2nd. Respectfully,
Clinton, N. C.
Manufacturfi every variety of
Perfection Butter Dishes,
Shipping Crates for
Quality and prices guaranteed
CLINTON", . N." C.
A. E. MURPHY, Owner and Proprietress.
j Sixteen New Large Comfortable
Rooms Just Added.
Centrally located. Sample rooms for Commercial Travelers.
.Utentive Servants. Fare First-CIasa in Every Respect.
ree Transportation from and to Depot." -
The Traveling Public Cordially Invited to Stop at the
now the inogt complete in Clin
ran wl from ns t the
heat,) of all kind-, jmt received
not to be found elsewhere.
we remain, very truly,
of goods strictly AT COST, for
Fruits and Vegetables.
to meet iny competition.
AN ASIOiNG MYSTERY.
Ttet tfc CUlt m mt Tmtit Jnry VIU
lUit - ! ik.
Any mu !ouU aUrwpt to
unu Ln Warvr uo:lays by U-lhng
t ttory ' ajurruho txigLt iua
vvrdkt "Not guity. but if U si.- it
kgato Le iU get 'the fail penalty,"
would L grt-efcrd willt rw m 1.1ieVt
oat, cb-tuut," &ud would lit assured
that thing was emitted years ago to
the far west, was immortalised by
Siark Twain tn oih? of hi book, ana
that nobudy believed that it ever did
happen anyway. Vet the itcwtpupers
reported, and wtiat the uewnpaper Ray
iuM be true, that only a week ago a
jury t Newark, N. J, trying a o- at
quarter Miom, brought iu a verdict
at "Not guilty, but we don't wat him
to do it gaiu."aiid th v-rdiet m ac-rrrvf-d.
in the court of general Mivsions in
tiiis city laid month, a jury, after
spending an unusriallv long time in
couskUrnng their vt-rdict. c-iiikj into
court and the chrk u?krl:
"Are you agreed ujm ymir verd!ctf
"We have ajrvrtl." rvplkxl the in
"What is your vertlict, thenf" Kiid
"We find," aid the foreuian, sagt ly
ind with deliberation, "tlutt we stand
ieveti for acquittal and live forctwivio
liou." "Then you Iiave i
aid Uie cfei k testilv.
Iiave not agreed at all.'
"I guess vou have agreed to disa
gree, aaid the judge, "but you had bet
ter try it again."
A poor fellow who was on trial for
his life iu the saints cmirt not long ago
ot a terrible bbock bv the sudden
change from keenly anxious hupe
So glad ccrtaintv of release., and then
back agaiu to black desjwir, in the
xurse of one minute, brought about
by the precise and exact tioinixwilv of
the jury which wu trying him. They
Loo had taken a long time to consider
their verdict and the prisoner, a des
perate and hardened villian, who had
poor case and had looked for noth
.ng but the worst, began to think that
Jiey might, after all, disagree. The
inxiety apikaruut on hi face told how
die suspense had racked hint when he
12-aiii faced the lurv an thev filed into
jourt and took their scats.
In murder cases, as a rule, more for
uality is used than for ordinary
rimes, and so the clerk said: "vien-
Uemen of the jury, do you find the
orisoner guilty of murder iu the tirst
learree. as charjred in the indictment?"
Now, the foreman was a voung
lawyer himself, and he felt that he
Might to show his legal and tine judi
;ial mind. So he paused a moment
ividently repeatinjr the question
aimself, and finallv saidcomplucently
'Not guilty." J
lhere was a stir of surprise all over
fJie court, and the prisoner almost
fainted with joy as he heard the words.
But the jurymen began to remonstrate
with their foreman, and he conde-
icended to explain.
1 mean, of course." he said, "that
we find the prisoner not guilty of mur
Jer in the first degree, as charged in
tlie indictment. That was the question
sked me. But we do find him guilty
Df murder m the second degree.'
The prisoner burst into tears over
:he disapjiointment. though he at one
ime contemplated a worse result with
tolidity, but tlio lejral crcntleman had
?i-opei ly upiield the reputation of his
arofetision for exactitude and verbosity.
lhe recotrnized locality at ncont
or story telleis to lay the scenes of
jury dramas is in the new south,
where the "darkies" furnish ample
aiaterial to draw from. In Florida a
jury in the Indian river country not
ong ago found tliat "the diseased died
y the will of (od or soinn other dis-
iase unknown to this jury." Another
lu.sky paiiel, bound to show that they
were not going to shield one of their
iv color, found a negro prisoner
"guilty, with considerable doubt as
io whether he is the man."
A man had shot his neighbor's ho"
md the owner had him prosecuted for
aialicious injury to property and
Aauted him lined heavily, butthe jury
found "the defendant guilty in tho
lura of $1.50 in favor of the hog."
"We find the man who stole the
nule not guilty," is another verdict
touched for on good authority, and a
.veary judge in despair over the tardi
ness of his colored jurymen, who de
ight to spend hours and hours "ar
fuefying" among themselves over the
uost trilling points and often ending
Jiem by tossing a penny, is said to
lave blurted out in his wrath: "If
rou can't lind a verdict of your own,
ake the one the last jury used."
Whether these clear instructions were
W lowed explicitly or uot, the records
lo not show. New York Tribune.
A Jolly Friar.
While prior of Tallaght, Burke en
joyed the intimate friendship of Cardi
lal Cullen. "Come up here, Father
Tom, and tell some of your funny
itories," was the usual iuvitation after
iinner. He would give imitations of
onie Italian priests who had become
popular as preachers in Dublin. His
irst move was to cast the folds of his
!obe with demonstrative vigor over
Jie left shoulder, and then in broken
English proceed to lecture tlie faith
'QL With upraised finger he warned
fliem toavoid "otiosity," to become
ti ulcers (thinkers) and to renem
er that "without f;ice (faith) you can
aot be shaved" (sjivcd), concluding
sach sectioti of hi.s homilv, which
teemed to be teaching how to avoid
ie doom of sio. with the words, "You
fce da 9-a-mned," . uttered in low earn
ist lones. Bomd of their mistakes were
udicrous. One Italiau wke of Laz
urus as re-posintfin Abraham's wr.m
tnd another constantly referred to the
Da in jonanu betly.
For nuui v vears do baimnot
rhoe at the archiepiseopal residence
Hrhi6h Burke was not AMicnd in
lis pictures of Italian low life being
rreatJy relished by the cardinal. The
pack deotifct from Tuscany who with
jalsetto voice atid bray of trumpet
Irove dowu th Puuza di San Agnesi
U Rome, the man playing the man
ioliH, the improvaatore, and finally
lie Roman barber were standing dish
. Temple Bar.
Inherited Slood Poison.
IT - I ,
uuw many people mere are whose dia-
tive tendencies are due to inherited blood
poison. Bad blood passes from parent wee, hands, noee, &c. having the skin
to chdd and it therefore is the duty of clear, white and healthy. Its great heal
husbandan l wife to keep their blood ins and CUr!tive IKiWITh 9rp iinttnui,.,l
acnj uuuipueueu o a
timely use of B. B. B fBotanic Blrwl
Balm). - Send to Blood Balm Co., At
lanta, for book of most convincing proof.
James Hill, Allanta,Ga., writes: "My
two sons were afflicted with blood poi
son, which doctors 8aid was hereditary.
They both broke out in sores and erupl
tions which B. B. B. promptly control
led and finally cured completelv."
Mrs. S. M. Williams, Sandy, Texas.
lurec poor amicica child-
It is a Godsend."
J. It. Wilson, Glen Alpine Station, N
C, Feb. 13, 1835, writes : t4Bone and
blood poison forced me to have mv W
amputated, and on the stnmn tho
a large ulcer, which grew worse every
r uuui uoctois gave me up to die. I
only weiglied 120 pounds when I becan
to take B. B. 15.. and 12 hot io I
ed my weight to 180 pounds and made
ren, who inherited blood poison, have - b!ood IuriScr Hood's Sarta
impoved rapidly after a use of B. B. B. P11"11' w'dch eradicates every impuritj-,
LARGEST fARL N THE WORUX
It I a ttoaatj mjt4 1 Kw Awaltl a
nrr ntMtx t rwk
I was today &t IkptX whilom jetr
tier to th crown, to see what thing
there were to tempt millionaire to
buy. When one mv "iir4V ooe
dora not niean Ikipst
There is no .lop. but m Itoum in a
modem quarter a!fecttng the stylo of
the Hotel Cluny. Accr b obtained
by a ball kurrounded with minting
and drawing, natural ai of jeweled
ornaments made since 1734 lor Ue
In that Year a liant who liad tcuir-
rieI the daughter of Straw, tli in
ventor of paste, Kticceeded the Utter to
the poed. of jeweler to tins crown a
function that ura no ni;i,ur as the
design looks whteh I was allowed to
kxk thnnigh ihow.
"Tlie crown a alwaya clukiiging
the fornis of it jewelry," wkl to me
M. (.lennain llill, whone hiMCrv, in
folio, of the crown jewel hai lieen
ju.it ''crow nel by the Academy," and
is a atandard library work an" full of
matter us n egg is" full of meat, but
incapable of Uutg bnught into a
small couiix, localise abtHinding
with document Ukcn Ironi leugera.
The rooms in which the Ilur-ta dur
ing the century d uncharged their func
tion are all lighted from the ton. and
l noticed that the iron frames in
which the panes are set are too close to
geuier ior a Durjriar to let even an in
fant down through tlieni.
Whenever a door is opened any
whero an electric lell rings. iJefore
the licvolution sentinels of the Swiss
guard kept watch and ward at the
original house, which was on the
Suai des Orfevres. Dut it was found
tat they drew the attention of daring
burglars. Hence the mbstitution of
the window less warcrooms lighted
from the top.
One sees in these chambers no jew
elry about, but before counter old
customtrs quietly examine the treat
urea drawn from dark recesses to lie
placed before them. One almost re
quires a letter of introduction to be
admitted to see these treasures as a
would be purchaser.
.There are many things kcnl as heir
looms, and they would not Le sold on
any account. One thing is a unique
black diamond, set in India table dia
Tlie black one is of as pure crystalli
zation as thoso cncirlinif iL Therein
lies its peculiarity. Sometimes it is lent
for demonstrations to Professor Faye
at the Ecole des Mines.
luis XVIII oirered i'2,000 for it,
wanting it for a mourning ring, but
was refused. Higher oilers have
since been made bv wealthier fanciers.
But it is, like the Luck of Eden Hall,
not to be parted with.
Tho dream of most of the million
aires' wives is tho largest iearl in ex
istence, set with Indian diamonds and
mounted as a brooch. It is generally
shown with nine smaller pearls, (hut
beat everything of their size and kind
in the world in brilliant sheen and
freedom from blemish.
Baroness Ilothschild often looks at
it with longing eyes, but she has not
yet made up her mind to buy it,
though foremost among the pearl fan
eying ladies in the world. Like the
Sibyls books, tho longer it .is kept in
hand the dearer it is priced, lo make
up for the interest of money which it
devours. Paris Cor. Ixmdoii Truth.
Fiber X. Hair In Mortar.
Various tests have been made with a
view to ascertaining the advantage to
bo derived from the uso of manilla
fibers as compared with other Bubstan
ces in pla,tei ing work. One of tho
most conclusive of these tests was
made with four plates of equal size,
one containing manilla hemp, the sec
ond sisal hemp, a third jute and a
fourth goat's hair of the finest qualitv.
and the operation consisted in sus
pending weights from the middle of
each pialc. the ends of which were
properly supported. The results
showed that tho plaster mixed with
goat's hair broke at 141 jounds
weight, the julc at 145 pounds, the
sisal at 150, and tho manilla at 19."i
in tho latter case the hemp not break
ing, hut cracking, and though cracked
in tlie center, the lower half of this
plate, when it was suspended, held on
to tho upper half, the manilla secur
ing it fast,. Tlie three other plates were
broken, that is to say, entirely severed.
Another test was made of mortar
mixed with manilla hemp and the best
goat's respecti vel y . The mix t u res we re
stored in barrels iu a dry cellar for
nine mouths, and when examined the
hair mortar crumbled and broke apart,
very liulo of the hair being visible
snowing mat it had been consumed by
the lime; but the other, containing
the hemp, showed great cohesion, it
being quite an effort to pull it apart,
the hemp fibers permeating the mass
and being but httlo affected by the
lime. DetroiJ News.
Will We Lom Our Teeth?
It will be a great snap to be a dentist
abont tho year 3,000 A. D. The sci
entists tell us that as man becomes
more human ho will loso his bcastl v
adornments. First, the hair," next the
eyesight and sense of smell, and, ac
cording to Professor Coje, at hist be
come entirely toothless. Cooked food
is saici io De me cause of the jaw be
coming weaker and smaller each gen
eration. There is now no room left
for the wisdom toeth, or the upper in
cisors; tho wisdom teeth are retarded,
often cause great pain and decay early-
The second incisors put out at
the sides of the gums, causing "tusks;"
especially is this true as regards Amer
icans, thev beinc liablfl U imnrf..
development to a degree wholly un
known among savages.
The same suppression has been ob-
servea in the outer pair of superior in
cisors. This is owing not only to a re
duction in the size of the jar, but to
prolonged delay in the appearance of
wj tee i u. in me same way men and
uio man nice apes nave fewer teeth
than the lower monkey. When this
cn ir ere nee in dentrtiou has been estab
lished, man may claiiu to be a new
ipecies, apart from Jo savages as well
asfrom high apes. St. Louis Repub-
How to Cure all Skin Diseases."
l&iropiy anniv Swa vr'snKTurw
tetter, eczema, itch, all eruntiona on i ho
ouier remeoy. Afk vo-.ir dru-
gist for t Wayne's Ointment.
Xot One In Ten
Of the icople you meet from dav to day
has perfectly pure, healthy blood. The
hereditary scrofulous tamt afflicts the
large majority of people, while many
others acquire diseases from impure air,
improper food and wrong indulgences!
Hence the imperative necessity Icr a re-
sues io me Diooo vuanrvntui hnaiii.
cures 6Crofulai rheum, humors, boils,
I,lmPle8' 8,1 d all other affections caused
.b3 impurities or poisonous germs in the
blood. All that is asked lor Hood's Sar-
salanlla 18 tnat " be civen a fair trial.
Thpro ia Hnno, i j
There ia safety in taking Hood's Sari
lw.. iiiHiini r inu i
NEW ADVERTLSEXIi; r
The Iffiperuaca of pxrtfytef th riv
not b etreuinated. fnc it bout jtrt iAJ
you canac ecjoy gaeA htiSih.
At this teaaoa aeArry ertry on ft
good fixslK-toe to purify, tiuiup. s j t
the blood, a&4 w a&k you to try l!
recuuar tuaii Bp tte
mates aa rrute, &sj ust it d.t-v,u.i
W1 It er!leates disease. Tb rv-v
eotnbiaUao, reerortKa, and rrrj,. T .
of U) vecrutla irmedies uea r.i"v
IlooU's SrvroiiUa pecul- "T" .
Ur eurama powers. Ko O ItSClf
he r aieukuw ax taca a reeerd of
buy IKhxI i SinaparlUa do net W in, -
take any vthet Instrad. It U a Iv, -:;
Medicine, and U worthy your eet;,!. f
Ilood'a S4rsapariiU b vUX by U Ur;;
jTcjarea ty u i. uooa & Oct., urU, V
IOO Dosos Ono
Atlantic Coast line.
WILMIGTON I : WELD0KR. R. md Brar. hi
Tit ATNSt7t )1 Mi MHT1I.
1A 1 Kl
No. 27. N... 41.
JY.st ina.l. U.
D;li!. t . Suii.
Lv Wcldon. 12 :i( p m 5 41 i.m
rItoekMt. 1 4d ;
Ar Wilson, 2 17 "
Lv Wilson, "2 30 "
Ar Selui, 3 40 ,
7 0 pin 7 S
Ar Fayettevil C (.0 "
LvColdsboio, 3 10 "
Lv Warsaw, 4 10 "
Lv Magnolia, 4 '21
r Wilniinst'u 5 50 44
i.vWiluiiiiul'n 12 01
Lv Ml..!lo!i;, 1 l)
Lv W.iiui .v
Ar (;;1(!s!jo;-o, i! J ,v- 1
LvFefc v.! .:
Ar Wil.-. :i
Lv Wilhoii 2 ;"'
Ar Koeky Ml.
Ar Tai bo ro
Lv Tar bom
ArWeldn 4 :10 44
nm V (Mi
mi J .111
't .'li'i "
10 A I "
1 1 ."(
11 (H "
2 10 -
IV i. in
10 20 am
i 4 1 pui
1 aily i-xci pt Sunday.
Train on Scllanl N'iek Uraneh leaves
Halifax for S-i;!:ui,i X(.t k '2 .''.' p in;
arrives Sothuifl Nct-k:it ".41 p. in.'
I.IVOIlOll (, u p. Keturui.i le;
10 CO in.
i. in.. Scotland N'e k at
Ti-.iu leaves Tin bom, C. via
Allu-marlc & !;.-;! :-li railr..ad. .I. U
exf ( 1 Si.mTay. 4 00 p. in.. Si;ii.!ay .'! 00
p. tn.. arrive Willi mdsIoii, X. ., i; :;o
p.m.. 4 2o p. hi . Plymouth s il jp. ;n..
A 40 p. m. li'iiiiiiiuj'iea,'CH .-avcs l'K.
niDUth. daily except Siind.iy, (i 00 a. in..
Sciidvy S :;o n. to, Williams-oil 7
a. in.. '.) TjO a. n .. iirrivn T:oli.iw. 'i :,n
a. in., II JO a. no,
Train on Midland, X. (.'.. bran, h
leaves (I'ohlsboro. daily except Sumlav.
G 00 a. m. arrive Smithlit ld. 7 .'Jit a in.
lleluniing leaves Smilhfield, h oil a. tn.,
arrive Goldsboru, 'J 30 a. in..
Train on Nashville branch lea yen
Itocky Mt, at 3 00 p. m., nrries .Nash
ville 3 40 li. in.. Snrin- I!,. l tr,
ni. IMniiiiiig leaves Siuin Hope lnon
a. in., Nashville 10 3.5 a. in., l;.icky
Mount 11 15 a. nr, daily, excej.t
Tin in on Clinton biaucii lr-.ay cs Waiaw
jor Clinton, daily, except Sunday. (1 oil
p. in., and at 11 10 a in; I'dinniug will
leave clintou nt 8 20 a in sum o p in,
connecting .it Wniuv with N., 41
and 40, 21 and 7
Siit!il)oimd train on Wilson A: Fay
etteville llraiich is So, 51. North
bound is No, 50, Daily exc ptSuu lay
Train No 27, Soulli, will stop only at
n Usoi' (loI J.-boro hikI Magnolia
Tram No 78 makes close connection
at Wcldon for all points North, daily.
All rail via Richmond, and daily, except
Sunday via Uay Line
Trains make'cloc connection for all
points north via Hichmotid an Wu-h-inglon
All trains run solid between Wilming
ton and Washington, and have I'ulm u
Palace Sleeper attached
PIoi-'k si SjM tial Vestibule Train No.
501 leaves Wcldon Mondavi, Wednc -
days .-.ud Fridays y 50 p. m., arriving at
U'lhu'nten 2 20 a. m. TucHoavs
Ihurs lays and Saturdays No. 500 leave",
YllraJi2tcm 1 00 ni., arriving Wels
don 5 37 a. m.
OHN F DIVINK. Gih.'I s,.r,.
It KENLY, Sup't Trans
Emerson, Gcn'l Pass Agent.
DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD
la (pit ml mAabmUi ImMatian which nim thm
thuxy, ud prmctkml nmll f thm frijnn.l. it, (
M gmmimt mim upi mMiUtrnw hf nua wkiI44m
entnpH.ilor, Mid in iite " "hmam ftttmnptatorxb'-liira
of tba fruit of h Uixm,fall of which d!innntrta Um
nodoubUM miwriontr nd pnmlantr of hi. iMchinc I.
Pruf. iMBMtx'm Art of Now f Urrtiin is rciiiw4
tn-iif tn both Hem'mvhorx u marlunc Kpoch in
Memory Culture. Hn PraHwntna(Mntprit fnw)(i
opmKHM of paopw m all part of the gUAtr rh lura act.
ally atodlad biaSjratera b aomiapoodaaoa, iIkkidc
that hisSratcta m umd only vhlte bnna aOtft tui
afUrymniM that any bnt,k ran be UarntH in a minols
TTKixno, ynvndatulrriitffnirrd, Ac. ivrFrouMMjtua,
Term and Tmtimnniiila addrx
IfxmU A. LOl.stTTF, 237 Fifth Atciif, N.V
NEW BARBER SHOP.
When ; ou wish an easy shave,
As gcod a? barber ever crave.
Just call on un at our saloon
At morning, eve or noon;
We cut and dress the hair with
To suit the contour of the face.
Our room is neat aDd towpia r-inan"-
Scissors sharp and razors keen, '
And everything we think you'irflnp
To suit the face and please the mind.
And all our art and skill can do.
II you just call, we'll do for vou. .
WliJSHAJlD & FARRIOR,
The tllinton Barbers.
rw zJOVB BACK ACnrs
Or ri ire al. worn ont. nUr cood for nothing
u wui care you, and rive a good appetite. Bold
by all dealm in Wfcioe.
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