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CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1890.
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Year, In Advance.
IMIOFKSSIOXA L COLUMN'.
J It. ALLEN,
A1TOHS KV- AT-I.A W,
(ioldsboro, X. (J.
Will practice in Hampton county.
i M. LEE, M. I).
I'll. 1 1 ' I A NS 1 1 lid t'Ai S ANI DKNTIST,
OtVu c in Lee' DrugHtore. Jo 7-lyr
A. STEVEN'S, M. I).
rilVriH IA.V AND SUI&UKON,
(Office over Pout Office.)
loj-Miiy l found at night at the
rt.sj,. !!; of J. II.Hteveiw on College
j i! -iyr
Till. EDITORS CHAIR.
HOW THlXCiS LOOK FROM
OUR STAND POINT.
The Opinion or The Caucasian and
the Opinion of others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of Ihe Day.
. ATT3BNKY AND OoUNSEI.L-
Oil AT J JAW.
Office on Main .Street,
wU i.ri'Vic-i'i . ourts of Sam won and
.!iuiiiii' . .-unties. Also in Supreme
('(urt. All I'"'1'" intnwted to his
can- vvi'i r -reive prompt and careful
attention. . j Z;AyJl.
T S. THOMSON.
1 . . !
.ATTORNEY AND VOUNHEI.L.-
O It AT L AW.
Office over Post Office.
Will practice in Sampson and ad
joining counties. Ever attentive
iiii'I faithful to tht. intercuts of all
client.. je 7-lyr
1,1 W. KEUU.
lm ATTOttNKY AND C'OUNSKIX-
u at Law.
Office on Wall. Street.
Will practice in Sampson, Bladen,
I'einler, Harnett and Duplin Coun
ties. Also in Supreme Court.
Prompt personal attention will be
givrn to all legal business, je 7-lyr
ITIIiAXK JiOYETTE, D.D.S.
Office on Main Street.
Otr. i-s his services to the icople of
Clinton and vicinity. Everything
in the line of dentistry done in the
Ix'st style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
WrMy terms are strictly cash,
lion't ask me to vary from this rule.
Senator, Mitchell, of Oregon,
lias offered a joint resolution in
the Seriate for an amendment
to the Constitution providing
for the election of United States
Senators by a vte of the people.
It is true that the present per
Honel of the Senate is to a large
extent a lot of mummy mony
baas a disgrace to our country
and one that puts a big discount
on our statesmanship, but we
very much doubt whether. Sen
ator Mitchell s plan is the pro
per re.iiedy. Every good Dem
ocrat will be loath to tear down
(on whatever ground) any of
the wise structures of the fath
ers of the Constitution. Re
member that a Senator repre
sents State Sovereignty. Then
let us find a remedy in another
Need Factories. We can get
Them hy Co-operation.
A SO IjAIS 11! KN O.M KN O X.
PAID READIXU NOTICES.
I ft' Cards and Heading Notices eun lie in
cried under this head for 10 crnts pf r line.
Deafness Can't lie Cured
by local application, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
cur. There is only one way to cure
Deafness, and that is by constitution
al remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition or the mucus
llmntr of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tubo gets inflamed you
have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when itisentirely clos
ed Deafness is the result, and unless
the inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is l.othing
hut an inflamed condition of the mu
We will give One Huno red Dol
lars for any case of Deafness (caused
by Catarrh) that we can not cure by
taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send
for circulars, free.
In a letter, written to a gen
tleman in Tennessee, and pub
lished in the Congressional Rec
ord, Prof. Moses, of Ilaleigh,
"j3y reason of y, residence of
eight yeais in North Carolina,
T know something of the bad
condition of the schools here.
Your school term is a little lon
ger than ours, but we have some
compensating advantages, pr uti
ineut among them, I think, bet
ter private schools, as a rule.'
Our private schools and high
schools and academies are good
and doing a great work, but our
public schools are by no means
satisiactory. They not only fool
the children aud their parents
into believing that they are be-
ng schooled, but at the same
time help to brake down and de
moralize the other schools, each
of which some poor heroic soul
is trying to run the year round.
fhe fault is in the public school
system. Let some wise-acre pro
pose a remedy.
"J. 13. II." says in the News
"Even one of vour neighbors has
of his own ;
lie greatly prefers to let your griefs alone,
Ami he doesn't at all enjoy heat ing you
So take warning, and quit!"
Win. Tirumons, Postmaster of lda
ville, Ind., writes : "Electric Bitters
has (lone more for me than all other
medicines combined, for thit bad
feeling arising f rom Kidney and Liv
er trouble." John Leslie, farmer
and stockman, of same place, says:
Find Electric Hitters to be the best
Kidney and Liver medicine, made
me feel like a new man." J. W.
Gardner, hardware merchant, sme
town, says; Electric Bitters is just
the tlunj' for a man who is all run
down and don't care whether he lives
or dies; he found new strength, good
appetite and felt just like he had a
ew lease on life. Only 50 cents a
bottle, at It.
II. Holiday's Drug-
"TdK WA L OF TOE."
''She had a seat in the end of the pew
l isten to my wail of toe,
And a man with another scat in view
Put hia cowhide boot on her kangaroo,
Oh, whew ! Oh, whew !
Listen to my wail of toe.
Now, (iive Attention !
To the purification of your blood, for at
no season is the body so susceptible to
the benefits to be derived from a good
ined'u-ine, as in March, April and Mav
Hood's Narsaparilla is the people's favor
ite snnu" medicine. It stands unequal
led for purifyins the blood, ruring scrof
ula, salt rheum, etc., regulating the kid
neva and liver, repairing nerve tissue?
strengthening; and invigorating the whole
body, as well as checking the progress of
acute and chronic disease, and restoring
the afflicted qwirta to a natural, healthy
condition. If vou have never tried C. I
llood&Co's Sarsaparilla for your "spring
niedi.-ine," do so this season.
In fourteen hundred and ninety-two
Columbus crossed the ocean blue,
In eighteen hundred and ninety-two
We will reunite the gray and blue
"How to Cure all Skin Diseases."
Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment.
uueruui raeuicme requ.red. Cures
tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the
"ice, nanus, nose, &c, leaving the skin
clear, white and hcalthv. I ts orrpilt. lipnl-
ing and curt tivc powers are possessed
u no ouier remedy. Apr your dru
gis t for ir wa y n e's Oin tmen t.
'It is rule or be rained with the
armers now, as they see it, and
if the protection of their inter
ests involves politics, they mu it
either go into politico or go to
pieces, lhere are stirring tunes
ahead, unless all the signs are
This is a slander on the farm-
They are not fanatics, they
are not revolutionists. Thev
have ever been the sturdiest and
most conservative part of our
citizenship. Tliey are suffering
great wrongs to-day and are
honestly asking for simple jus
tice, this and nothing more. If
they don't receive it at first they
will continue to demand and
fight for it through the proper
channels till it comes.
The following article from
the" Kinston Free Press hits
Clinton to a dot:
Our townsman Mr. J.F. Taylor
is interested in the welfare of
the town, takirg the very sensi
ble view that what benefits the
town will benefit him. Ho
thinks, with the 1'ree Press,
that Kinston's great need is
manufacturing industries, and
that the only way we can get
them is by co operation.
Two cotton factories were
established, and are in success
ful operation, at Charlotte on
the co-operative plan. That is,
the stock was taken in small
amounts by the citizens and
paid for in small instalments
in one instance oi mio cents a
week, in the other instance of
60 cents a weak on the share.
At (ireensboro and other places
in the State factories have been
established on the same plan,
and all of them are successful
In conversation with a gentle
man from Greensboro a few
days ago we learned that the
fine cotton mill there, establish
ed on this plan, is in a highly
prosperous condition. He said
nearly everybody in Greensboro
had stock in that mill, even to
the little children, who saved
up all the money they get hold
of during the week to pay their
instalmeuts on Saturday, but if
they don't get enough thir
parents make out the amount.
Now this is another splendid
thing about this plan the
children can take stock, and
they will learn practical lessons
in economy and financiering.
This gentleman also told us
that the knitting mill at Greeus
boio was raying well: and the
demand was so great for the
products oi tins mm, it was
running day and night.
There is no reason at all why
Kinston can't have a factory
established on the co-operative
plan, therefore we must have
A knitting mill employs more
haiids than any other factory to
the amount of capital invested,
therefore let's start off with a
knitting mill. A good idea, we
think, would be to get in cor
respondence with some reliable
man who understands the busi
ness and who is willing to in
vest in the enterprise and as
sume the management of it
not someone with a lot of old,
wrornout machinery-to sell but
someone who is willing to in
vest a reasonable amount of
To establish a knitting mill a
stock company of say 10,0Q0
might be formed with 200
shares ot 50 each, to be paid
for in weekly instalments of 50
cents; and the number of shares
mat any one person could own
limited say to 20, which would
prevent one or two persons get
ting controol of the majority of
the stock and "freezing out"' the
Charlotte, y. C, March 5.
Many people thromjhtout Wes
tern North Carolina, are now
discussing the very mysterious
phenomonon which appeared in
the heavens day before yester
day, aud seems to have been
visible in a few sections. It
was in an immense circle, with
white misty circomference
drawn upon the northern hea
vens with Iho sun located upon
its southern circumference.
Around the sun was a smaller.
but still large circle, the circum
ference of which had all the
colors of the rainbow' In it.
There were other circles and
parts of circles, with circum
ferences only partly defined, in
which the rainbow colors com
mingled concentrical with the
large, rainbow circle around the
sun. At the points where these
circumferenc38 and part of cir-
cmuserences. crossed the great
white circle, whose southern
edge seemed to cover the sun.
the effect in color was brilliant.
The sun was on the circum
ference of a large white circle,
and was only the center of the
smaller rainbow circle. The
day was clear, uot cloudy.There
were slight accumulations of
haze about in the heavens, but
the sun shone brightly through
the thickest of it, gathered to
gether in the circumierenee of
The curious sight attracted
much attention, and caused
many an eye to water from
strain, and wneuever tne cir
cumference of one circle crossed
the periphery of another, a
bright point was accentuated,
which was so glaring that it
hurt the eyes to look at it, and
it was evidently a picture of
the sun mirrowed forth from
the cloud. There were a half
dozen of these solar photographs
and that fact made the whole
brilliant scene very difficult to
observe. It was thought by
some that they observed the
rainbow circle surrounding the
sun and cutting the great circle
at two points, reproduced twice
around the great circle, making
three rainbow circles grouped
around the circumference of
he great circle. The whole
picture was visible thirty min
utes, gradually fading away.
Referring to the above Press
Despatch, the News and Ob
The solar spectacle, described
n a dispatcn irom Charlotte,
and seen also in Arkansas and
Georgia, was one of the of those
phenomena which sometimes
occur, and in the old times
were regarded as foreboding
disturbance and trouble. A
similar occurrence was noted in
England just before the begin
ning of the second period of
hostilities in the
A UACKWOtWUOY HKKHT1IK
TIC AIN FOlt T1IK FI1WT
Mb. fciDiroB Dear Sir: As I
have been thinking that I would"
write a piece for your valuable
paper, and aa I have taken a
trip to the new railroad I will
tell ynu wlmt I saw.
I went to Parkersburtf aud
was standing aooui wneu l
beard something roaring. I ask
ed what it was, they told me it
wa the train and it would lie
there o-reckly, and pretty soon
it came ou something did. It
hollered ag if in distress, it was
putting and blowing, l was sor
ry for that thing, for I know it
was tired, poor thing, it fetched
breath so hard and fast. It was
the biggest thing I ever saw. It
had one big eye and. it .'ooked
like fire. Ii had a big rack like
a shovel turned bottom up in
front; they said that was a cow
ketcher, but I don t see how
thing could ketch cows. Well
it staid there a little while and
left, and when it started it pick
ed a great long iron thin? and
throwed it down and said "poo;"
it picked up another iron thing
and throwed that down and said
poo!!" It went away from
It t tvrry wommuh' duty, feral to Wtm-U.
m4 to Wr taJftUy. u4 Ulr4 U rtrtj U
It is very apparent that the
State Guard is highly import
ant, The next Legislature should
rake steps to improve its effic
iency and increase its members.
It- ought to be fully 2,000 strong
exclusive of officers. Wilming
Here is another little straw.
Asbury Park, N. J., has gone
solidly Democratic, for the Urst
time in many years. Look up,
Mr. Harrison, and you will see
the handwriting on the wrall.
Jlinff mene, telctl uphartin. Wil.
THK RESULT OF RAIL.UOAl
mortals to command suc-
" 'Tis not in
But we'll do more, Sempronius; we'll
The editor of the Asheville
Citizens says: Wo have known
much of the State before there
was a yard of railroad on its
surface; we have known it
wnenaiorest wilderness occu
pied the pressnt sites of lare
and prosperous towns, aud when
waving fields spread their
ample acres on ground now
covered with thriving villages
This change is absolutely and
entirely due to the construction
of railroads. Still greater deve
Iopment is to ioiiow tneir ex
smaller stockholders. Protect
ing the small stockholders by
limiting the amount of stock
one person can own should give
coufidence to all, and cause the
professional and business men,
the machanics and othr em
ployes, and the children of the
town to take one or more shares
do so as an investment to save
some money as well as to help
along the general interests of
tne town, mere it naroiy an
employer in town that could
not spare 50 cents or more every
week to pay on stock in such an
A 10,000 knitting mill would
give employment to about 100
hands, mostly women and
children, and would be a big
thing for Kinston.
We must have factories to
employ our surplus labor and
tne only way to secure sucn is
by co-operation of all the towns
people. If we wrait for the
large money owners to establish
factories they will never be
Mr. J. if. laylor is inucli in
terested on this question because
he recognizes the fact that it Is
the only way to make a thor-
oufrhly prosperous town of
Kinston. Any who feel interest
ed in wnat lias been said can
get fuller information by in
quiring of Mr. Taylor; wrohas
been in correspondence with
the managers of the Charlotte
cotton mills, established on the
co-operrtive plan, and has copies
of the charters and by-laws of
both mills. '
Congressman Mills expresses
the opinion . that in the nex
Congressional elections the
Democrats will gain ten mem
b ers from the South at least
twenty-five from the North and
W est. . All . the Democrats un
seated by the Republican con
spirators in the House will be
candidates for re-alectson.
there saying "chow, chow, chow.
chow." Bless your soul that
1 asKed wnat tner red it on.
They said it would eat pine wood
and lightwood nots, and that
i t wculd drink water. So I went
to Autrysville to see it drink
water. I thought it would drink
out of the river, but they had a
big tub full for it to drink out
of, and it drunk and drunk and
when it had drunk enough it
said "toot! toot!" and picked up
.them iron things again and left
there. I know that thing was
strong for they had a rope from
one end to the other ao every
body could help hold it when
they wanted it to stop. It had
to be strong to pull them long
carts fastened together, for the
road I saw was so sandy, and
they told me that the other end
was migniy niiiy ana mat it's
bad pulling through sand and
up hill. ' Yours, &c
A BNIL.LIANT ADVOCATE.
Sprint; toilets ba a decided
tendency towards s'mpllcity.
With the exception of a few
r.bes ior state occasions, which
by the majrnifieace of their
material and the elegance of
heir embroideries pngtreat the
exquisite toilets of the past
century." Fashion chooses the
soft and light materials such as
cashmeres, veiling, India and
China silks, crepsa and grena
dines, all of them well adapted
tor antique draperies over a
straight skirt and a doable
breasUd corsage. The plain
tailor-made dress continues to
be in favor. The corsage culrats,
which mould the figure, is a
real work of art, showing im
mediately whether the dress
maker understands her profes
sion and is a good cutter. After
all, the main thing is the cut
ting that correctly done the
waist fits itself, and incorrectly
no amount of "bush el ing" will
remedy defects. In cloths the
cut and making are oi the
severest style. All the other
fabrics are more or less artistic
ally handled and lace or applied
silks coming from the shoulder
seams are closely drawn in at
the corsage: with a waistcoat of
V effect the material is plaited
in the side seams and gathered
at the end of the front, either
Strain the gelatine on the crtaxa,
wet moulds with cold water, fill
them with the cream and eet
away to get "old.
Medicinal Proirtlea of Vege
tables. Spinach has a direct
effect upon kidneys; the co re
in on dand a lion used as gren
is excellent for the same trvubl.
Asparagus purges the blood.
Celerr acts admirably upon the
nervou system and is a cure for
rheumatism and neuralgia. To
matoes act upon the liver.
Beets aud t a mips are excellent
appetizers. Iettace and cucum
bers are cooling in their effects
upon the system. Onions, garli
leeks, olives, and shalots, all of
v t - m
wuicn are similar, poe?e
medicinal qualities ot a tnarked
character, stimulating the clr
A , a.
cuiaiory sys em ana tne conse
quent increase of the saliva and
the gastric juice, promoting
digestion. Red onions are an
excellent diuretic and the white
ones are recommended to be
eaten raw as a remedy for In
so inula: They are a tonic and
nutritious. A soup made from
onions is regarded by the
l reuch as an excellent restora
tive in dbility of the digestive
organs. The smell of finely
scrape a Horse-radish is said to
be an effectual cure for head
ache, alse, that the chewing of
a small quantity of horse-radish.
swallowing the juice, is a cure
new a i v Karris km est.
A CHANG K
We have UWidol to vtU)lraw
fhmi ttw tlmo trade, ami Mill m-
tksavor ti evmluot imr tMtin tn-n-
after upon a
Our motto lllt a- h.'ivitOorv,
hoitovt leUnjr arxl umall profit.
STi:V.KT.l II I. MX
From cotton tliat received flint
premium at Satnpaou County
Fair, and sold In Wilmington
at 12) cents per pound.
2 bushels for sale by
K. C. HKItUINti,
Clear Kun, N. (.,
Or WM. A. JOHNSON,
feb27-lm Clinton, N. C.
Saturday, Maivli lHili, 181)0,
AT CLINTON, X. C.
the highest did-
The Wilson Mirror has the
following deserying compli
ment for a rising and brainy
"The able and gifted and
highly talented C. B. Avcock,
of Goldsboro, is the most brilli
ant advocate and forceful spea
ker that comes to our Bar, and
we are glad to note that he has
already made areputation that
draws around him an eager and
enthusiastic crowd whenever h
rises to address the jury, and
revolution they listen to him with genuine
At the. time all was quiet, peace admiration and delight. And
reigned and affairs were in pro- his speeches never drag with
cess of settlement, but soon the dull and leaden weight, for he
King began those treacherous never tires or wearies an au
movements which again con- diance wiih stale and common
vulsed the country, put Corm- place expressions, for all of his
well and his coadjutors in peril utterances are crisp and vito-
of their lives, and, after severe rous and pungent and fresh, and
and obstinate fighting resulted original, and never fail to give
n bringing Charles to the instruction, edification, amuse-
block. In March, 1861, we ment and entertainment. And
witnessed a similar spectacle at whenever it is said "Charlie
uniei . Justice Kumn s, at iaw AycocK is going to speaK, a
River, together with all of the crowd gathers to the Court
household. It was a remarka- House, for they know they are
ble and wonderful sight. But going to hear something rich
natural phenomena neither can and rare, racy, spicy, charming
influence nor foreshadow actions and delightful. A man of fine
of inen.They arise from natural brain power and high culture
causes and are due to unusual and fine literary accomplish-
conditions of the atmosphere. ments, his speechs therefore,
not only contain the golden
grains of soundest sense and
wisdom, but are robed in that
Mr. Jibn M. Rose, the esteem- elegant, garniture of chaste and
ed secretary of the Cape Fear fe ornate diction which make
Yadkin Valley Railway, can them so fasciuatmg and attrac
now behold his youth revived tiye; and ' they are delivered
in the lusty growth of his name- with that vimful vehemence
sake, Roseboro, one of the most aud dramatic fervor which make
thriving and "booinin ;" of all them so effective and impressive
the stations on the eastern ex- so thrilliner and so forcefQl. As
M lac ellA neoua.
The ooop wife: It is not to
atuieenaoi tne iront, enner 8Wep the house, make the beds, A TTriTlTOTvl CATP
effect giving the figure a pretty flam the socks, and cook the AUU1 lU JN &LLtXLt
curvature ana leuamg 10 aimi- meai8 chiefly that a man wants
nish the real size of the waist. a wife. If this is all he needs
It is a long time since the U -errant can do it cheaper
eiaooraie siyie now current was than a wife. If this is all.
approaches, ana a novice nesi- when a young man calls to see
Am A .- "Tl I
taies to reproauce u in lady send him into the pantry
the imported dresses the cloths, to taste the bread and cake she
woollens ana suks are arapea has made; send him to inspect
with the raw selvages of the the needlework and bedmaking;
nooas snowing. or out a broom in h s hand and
Ttiara lanAtlilnvtnnra lirntl him to WltneSS its 1ISC.
"ft 1 e.,K 4i,,, i
in millinery or costume than "it
HWlr Ph-ntnivor Rniflsels la. ine W18e YOD man Will qufcK-
when well arranged, aud per- JJ lnem- But, what
.Tianoo , trusts with n. vivM wwjiuuu iuou wants wuu
color In velvet or silk. A irood a wife is her companionship,
ia tfha ia.inupoirn.rf 8TDPuy ana love, ine way
CAuaj i yiv vra vuac 90 vm v w v la.
Af I1TA no a tn anir ilaAavif -kl..MAfa
hat of red velvet, with its wide V " "T tjv.co
hn'.n criimnifert . rlnsMv un all m " nd VtXifa a Wife to
rnrt with an nrtfotift annnrent Mf witn Wm
rlA9nifl which make the A man 18 sometimes over-
hiirhF fhon taken by misfortune: he meets
the back, and veiled both inside w"" HUiU. anu "8 iria
' . ... and Trim ntotinnu hikont m n A
nnfl nut with frillincrs and meat- ihij'mu w.v o..iU
inV.nfflno black lace, and with " Mwcun uuo r.tuu uy
amoll VklQi'b- hirn. with nnA
. 7.T hfLttloM to flcrht with nnvar'o
sn atiaft. MVa Tall TOflTnor I " - " " " ;)
. - I ,1 . n, . .1,. I ta irenin dvcii dctd idtian ami v
l J,. Kw ita nlaiiB DUCIUIQ3 AUU Bill, aim UO UCU3 IV n. vi jvwwnn iivh uilki.
a, la woman lhat. whpn hennishiH
plumage meciouayaarauessoi arnnnA' ."t' TJ The prosmxtuH and cui.ii.h-tc out-
he lace. A most bewitcning ri 7L .I:: 2 : v. fit for ronvasnlng will lie ready im-
apologv for a bonnet, suggest- , : . . 5 7 ' mciiau-iy.
n finaninh mantilla, is a l"""' 'lfc
a tA. 1 .
mn.1 nf M antin th onen "er "V M T wmsptsr
crown draped with a black lace wf" -tuns, Bna "fr nanu on thl great work will plnvn- ad
veil, which forms the strings,
he folds of the lace at tbe bactc
of the head being caught to
crether by a high jet comb.
It has been wtid. 'there are but a few thing
on which health and happiness depend more
than on the manner i
tension of theCape Fear & Yad
kin Vallev Railway, distant 34
miles from this city, with hotel
in contemplation, streets laid
off, houses rapidly going up, etc.
What wonderful changes have
t -mm 1 1
Deen witnessea Dy tne 01a gen
tleman since ne first tooK in
arms and tenderly cherished
this "child of his first love!"
Springing from the weakness of
its puny infancy, it has bound
ed forward in its vigorous j outh,
and tossed its limbs in the
strength of matured life, chal
lenging with exulting voice the
echoes of the piedmont hills -
its race course the territory of a
such he is one of most brilliant
and effective speakers of thh
A female dress reformer pre
sents Eve as an example to her
sisters, lwe. she says, wore no
corsets. Neither did she wear
s. nuniDer two snoe on a num
ber four foot, nor a two-story
hat at the theatre, nor bangs
and didn't chew gum. There
are a good many things tha
she didn't do that her daughters
might lake a hint from, but it
would not do for them to iinita-
great commonwealth brushing Ue her too closely in matters of
witn aaring nauas me cionas dreSi,. Wil. Star.
from the mountain's brow,while
its foot spurns the crested waves
of the sea. Fayetteville Obser
Needing a tonic, or children that want building
up, buouiu wu
nnnwHW l ROV BITTEBS.
It is pleasant to take, cores Malaria, IadiffW
"May I take one kiss before
I go, dearest Angelira?" "Yes,
dear Edwin, you may take one,
but you must return it, for ma
has frequently warned me
against giving kisses to any
i one." Boston Courier.
We will offer to
der, for t'ASII,
Warranted Hrfeetly sound.
JIKllllIMS A rKTKllSON,
rel27 tr Ingold, N.C!.
r, 1 v k
The 1 Ion. JdltTson Davis,
HR. JEFFERSON DAYIS.
AGENTS WISHING DESIRABLE TlRRITOHV
to his heart and impart inspira
tion. All through life, through
storm and through sunshine,
conflict and victory, through
adverse and through favoring
; winds, man needs a woman's
UrWH, HI rOOU MS K)SHIl)l(', lilt UO-
lishera, IIKLFOH1) COMPANY,
lK-22 Fust 18th Ktre l, X. Y.
NEAR THE DEPOT.
ch food in cooked."
A good husband: A mans
part in home-making suiely
cniisit in Hninithlno hfai1pa
Hash Toast. Chop very nne f jrnL,hin the nlace for a home
a m m al . I r
COia roast Deei ana dou iu -Mll KUrnlvinir Its material
.... . m itlll I lt I w MT r af CD
Ittle water: aa a uuie mna w.nt- H omrht to contribute
and thicken witn nour; eeasou ffftP,5nn -ilftftrf, ,!,,,.,. an in
to taste, ana pour over snces terestin the domestic affairs
Of toast. that should concern him. an i a
Biscnistscan be warmed to little at least of that rarest
be as good as whn just baked form of benevolence and gener
by placing tnem in tne oven osity unselnshness 01 one s
dry. covered with a close tin. self. The "head of the house"
It is a ereat improvement overt who thin as that his duty is
the old way of wetting them. done when he pays tbe b Us,
If one wishes to cool hot criticises the meal?, suppresses 3 TT (L gnn HE I
dish iu a hurry it will be found inn cnuaren ana conaescena?
that if tha dish be placed iua L approve bis wife's manage-
vesselfullof cold, salty water! ment occasionallj, Is a shirk,
it wil I cool far more rapidly if nothing worse.
than if it stood in water free
GHASTLY ANU MYSTEltlOUS.
Saniplf-KooniN and Special CoNvrnicH
a for Trarellnir Men.
The Pare i the 1k1 the market
affords, whieb is always ntvihI in
good wholeaome style.
Board, iK;r day, only $ 1 .(
" " week. 4 00
" month, 12 00
The patronage of the trnvelinu
public la niMtt't fully Holicitd.
V. K. 15ASS,
epl9 tf Proprietor
A STITf'IT IV T MK HAVI-.H
from salt. .
Boiling hot liquid may be
safely poured into a glass jar or
tumbler by first putting a silver
spoon in the dish. Be careful.
however, that a draft of cold
air does not strike the vessel !
To serve cold roast beef, chop
Don't wait to get lek, hut when
you begin to feel bad come and tfet
a dose of medicine and prevent nick-
now. This w the rox;r usj f mel
icine. if'youwilldo thin you will
carcely ever have a doctor'a till to
pay or lone month of time, and
put your friend und relatives to
r r . I bloody ear of a negro woman
"".ST TV:; cut off closet, the head. The
m . a j Z m 1 ivvvi mmw mm mv w w
01 cracaer ousi, auu puv . f . Vrtn;. .
Karnato livaN rtf AaCt' Tintf I I T . ' . J
. . ' Z7J r.ri help the late owner to recover
an is in; season wna sii 1 , ,
kO. hnttap nrt I r -j -
ii - A. I W A k& .tnw InuT
uieu put, a. ijror ui kit . .t v.,l,i..crt,.
over the the too: add a little ' "
water and bake a , nice brown
The Blood Kar of a Negro Wo
man In a Letter For What lur-
poae, Nobody Known.
Bv United Press.
Birmingham, Ala., March 8. such a deal of trouble
The city editor of Evening In addition to my complete line
News received in his mail ves- or pure and reliable Drugs, I carry
" I lit A fl I. f IB , II-..
1 1 41. earner JiiK hmiu jm;iiiviiiu.
.citiAjr .iia..MHl m n II tlio 4 M K Omn!ii in Kinnll
v -' - 1 -
and large quantities; Hiinmon'aLiv-
Rice Mumns. One pint sifted
flour, two heaping teaaponf uls
Horsef ord's baking powder, ana
a little salt
If not called
for forward it to Senator Chan-
Drummer." There is a
to the writer.
er Regulator, f amous rpociuc gr
ange HloHriom, Cuticura KemcdicH,
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription,
the Golden Medical Di.'w.overj',
Iiorne and Cattle Powder ( 1 tiound
packages prepared by the Ilerh Co.
of W. Va. Quaker brand.)
Prescription carefully comiMund-
no clue ed. Local and office practice upon re
augl tf OH. K. 11. UOLMilAY.
Plka ! Pile ! I tenia Piles le
Symptoms Moisture: intense itch-
iu and stinsnuz rnopt at nisht : worse
Thoroughly mix I bv scraVchuisr. If allowed to continue
together; then idd one cupful tumors furm, which often bleed and ul
Kn a rcra on rate, becorouisr very sore. Swaykc's
OiNTMEST stops tlie Uciuos and bled-
Goshen Hirh School.
cold boiled rice, two eggs, . one
tablespoonfnl butter and enough
sweet milk to make a thick
batter. Bake Inimedi , tely. ;
Vanilla Cream Blanc Mange.
Poor & littler, warm. -water
over an ounce of : gelatine and
let it dissolve I over the fire.
Sweeten a auart of crtrmt flavor
with ranlllatand whip it light.
Will Opea Sprint; Term Moaday, Jaaa-
arj 6th, 1889.
ins. oca is aicerattca, ana in mosi cases
removes the turuon . At druggist, or
by mail, for 50 ceuts.
Db. fcWAYNE & SON,
feb21 Cm Philadelphia,
raVa . Malaria. ladiawtSoa and
' - - isuiHr Bini 1.
ft cms aalckly. for sale by aU d-ln In
The School will be run under
same management as before.
We feel grateful for past patron
age and trust for a continuance of
For farther particulars address
dec26 tf Hobton, N.C.
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