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Cancer of the Nose.
i treat -
nt Cd no Rood, and the sore (Tew larger
and norm la err way.until I bad eoaciua
4 that 1 was to'cUo from ita effects. I was
persuaded to taie S. 8. 8 aad a few bottles
aared m. This wu after all the doe tort and
other medicines bad failed, shave had no
morn of the cancer.
MRS. V. T. J ABUT.
" Woodbury, Hall County, Texas.
- Treat le on Cimwaullrtfre.
Writ us. and w win
aawd row ana on
fet your oww aom .
W pay all frejsbta. No cash
asked anal you are suited.
OU Soothers homes
by a oa this plan
1870. FaireM method
ofsaie known. Buyers saved
aU risk, and ensured
- at Lowitt Cost.
W make it ary for all to bur.
f atoll Information.
send rettouR cataloouims prices
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
The Original Wins.
..CF- SimraOM. St Lonia, Prtrp!
M. A. Simmon. Liver Mcdicmo, Alt' d
tSfo.in.tbaU. & Coart saraara J.
HZeai,PropVA.Q. Simmon. liL
lator, Jut'd by Zeilia litoi
S W1L baa for av veara
PvsramiAicK H adack a JLo-r
Rev. T. B. Bar.iL tVl v
Church, Adima, Tema writea:"!
a aaoua aavo oeea dead bat
iur yon MMM M. Jk. Sim
Bosa I4ve Median. I hav
asaaetiBea. had ao aababma
rra. I "ZeUin'a atnfT'fomar Mrfl.
lBlfrrsI t doa't aaawcr taa
Dr. I. R. Gnvca. 1U!ti Ta.
I rteeivad a packag ol yoorUVef
Herficine, and have asati half ot it.
It worka hke a tharaa. I want ao
bette Lim Kceiriatar and cer-
1 uuuj ao aMfa of Zetka'a
HEY EHGLAHD ORGAN
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? i. and OF CASES.
Cataloaw rnslle'l fr to all crpl.'car.te
Write to lJi:;?A2T UAS
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Piso's Core for Con-". J .,
. srnnTitlon la aim tha l- a .
: '- If- you tiave a Coueh'
' without disease) of the
lAmgs, m few doses axe mil
v yon need. - Bat if you ne
, gleet -this easy means of
safety, tbe slight Congh
may become a aerious
.matter, and several bot-.
ties rtiU be required. -
't twain 1
Pho"s ttenedy tot Catarrh la tba
Beat, Easiest to Uae, aad Qxaptat.
Sold by dnasfata or arat by snaO. j
t. x..tiHTWiine, warren, fa.
-V .si- :.
- A atrirtly Ont-ciasa snaehiDa. Fulry war
' ranted, hlade from very beat matarial, by skilled
warkmra, and with tbe beat tools tbat have ever
- town devised for tbe purpose. Warranted to do
ail that caa ba reasonably expected of tbe very
beat typewriter extant. Capable of -writing 15
wcrda per aiinnte er more according to tbe
ability ol the operator.
f . Trice - $100.00.
If there is no afrent in your town, ad
dress the manufacturers,
; .THE PAKISH MFG. CO
' maa ITsafaa. , S. T.
Vnrr STEXOORAPHY and TTTEWBJT
rntta ! FREE. First class facflitiea and
beat o teacbers. Addreaa. with stump for return
iwetage, r THE PARISH MFO. CO,
!i0 MOBE EYE-GLASSES
lflaa ! 49
a 1 uniakba
. SOHE, WEAiC, 6 IIiFLAIsuj cTES,
: Producing LongSIghtednoos, S Rtttar-. "
ing tha Sight of tho Old.
. Tamors, Red Eyes, Matted Eys Usbftti
rta rsmrcna anrx tnsata raUQim (Cts,
also, etroallr efflraclooa whaonaed hr atbatr. t
"""j"' ri... Wm-wmr Seres.
Tamers, rialt Ultrm m. a ". ' rTV
auix. J mar be ased to aUvsnTir-
In 1S7J a sore appeared o y bom
grew rapldlyv A BJttUbCT had ca
m-r nnabaDd died of it. I became al
. .l amanud s nhTaaeiam. Hii
: 13 : v X
S. W. XORIII".
TbiouU tbe diii knesa and rain, ilown
the lorn; street deseitcd,
One evening Prince Tauglr-Uic
pened to stray.
His little snub nojf n . .t t'.ie '.east dUcmi
certed Hy rain-drop- tbat tiled :. vaj.h
freckles ay .
His httlo, bare U-et I'.uniib tbe puddles
w out sphili i" ;
Tlic lamp-iulus ullc'td wr.h i.uu-v.irii!-:licd
Tbo we-, swijiu; leaves b,usliid hi.-
chot'k m tlieir 'ashing
And diijip-d uti the newspaper.-, under
lii a, iii.
,Vi b sllinr al
14 tli rni u'h t lie tiiiii lie
t ut bobbin
Uilieath a tree huddled l.e happened
A wee little s.imeb.ly. sdi-nt'.y Kribbinu,
' I' cr iu," she said, " t.-iu-.e l's... lost,
that is hv
His cii.it be put ; . :
And, after shrew 1
They 1 iahin;!) v.
T.l! little Mi-!, .
in si 'ht"
.1 tld 1 Ml
Theo ru.nniii tbe lull, with a
h v b "
He scampered aw.iv
aeen since :
But somewhere, tbeiu
d ha- nut been
and I wish I
culd tiud bi:n
A ragged newsboy with tbe heart of a
Frem John LaFarge's Japanese
letters now appearing in tbe Cen
tury, we quote the following: "The
Japanese sensitiveness to the
beauties or tbe oatmde world is
something much more delicate and
coipkxr and -contemplative, and
Ht the xamc timt more natural,
thh OUM hM . v r tit-tu. ' Qjtside
of Arcadi. I knu o tbf r land
aiiosf K?Mlt Ii ii"i; v-r84 oa the
trees ,u iir ol ine;r benatj;
whrre UniilifM tritve.l far before
the dawn lu see the first light tooch
the new bnds. Wherg else do the
newspapers announce the aprlng
penings of tba blossoms f Where
else would be possible the charm
ing absnrdit.v ot the story that W
was telling me of baring seen
in enerry Diossom time eoneoia
gentleman, with capacious sake
gourd in hand and big roll of paper
in his girdle, seat himself below
the blossom showers, and look and
drink, and drink and write verses,
ail by himself, with no gallery to
help htm T If there is convention
in tradition half obligatory, and
if we, Western lovers of the tree,
do not quite like the Japanese
refinement ot growing the cherry
merely for its. flowers, 'yet how
deliciously upside down from us,
and how charming is the love of
nature at the foundation of the
A Coroner Testimony.
"1 have kuown families where
peace and happiness had long had
their abode broken op by drink.
Little by little, or in the most high
handed and outrageous manner, it
has robbed them of their money, of
tneir property, tneir gooa name,
their home,their friends, and finally
of thair lives. There is no beauty
so fair, no love so sacred, no heart
so good, no fame so gTeat, no po
sition so high as to shield trom its
daring and wickel hand.
"1 have seen young people be
ginning life with every prospect of
happiness and usefulness, drop ont
as 11 touched by a pestilence. 1
have known very many eases of
girls killed by their lovers, sisters
killed by their brothers, and wives
killed by their husbands, and all
under the influence of drink. There
have been brought to me in my
profession suicides, accidents and
sudden deaths without number,
produced by the drink. I assure
yon solemnly today that in all my
long career as coroner I eannot call
to mind a single case of homicide
that Qame before me for investiga
tion that was not itrfmediately or
remotely tho result of drink."
UItc Your Shoes a Best.
4,Ye, sir," said a prominent shoe
dealer, recently, that is good advice
about wearing shoes. If a man
would never wear his shoes more
than two days in succession- and at
least once a month go over them
with a brush dipped in vaseline, he
would find that they would give
much better satisfaction and last
much longer. To do this, a man
ought to have three pairs of shoes.
Then he could give each pair one
f-dayofwork and two days of rest.
During these two days tbe leather
has time to .regain elasticity and
stretch ont the wrinkles the foot
has made. The wrinkles become
breaks in the leather if the shoe is
continuously worn. -The man who
now- wears out three pairs of shoes,
one after another, a year, will find
that the same number will last him
two years if worn as above sug
gested. Of course I am willing if
be wears them out in one year.
He (Jot Over It.
"I presume, Mr. Oldboy, you
never learned to daneeT" said the
dancing master, condescendingly.
"I wisoncfl much given to the
habit, but have got over it of late
"I d ire say you know little about
our itjoderu dancesf"
"Fur a number of years I was
thoroughly. familiar with an intri
cate dance tb;it you couldn't teach,
"Name it, sit!" said the professor,
"The St. Vitust"
We should never be content.
There is always something to alter,
to abandon or to pursue ; and iu
that honest earnest work which our
consciences approve we shall find
neither room, time or inclination
for the idle and selfish spirit of
dissatisfaction which paralyzes our
happiness and renders us nnable to
bless or help our t fellow men.
If one is so weak so sympathetic
that be must have a confidant, let
him choose one, and one only the
most faithful, the most reticent,
the one with tbe most tact and
quickness of apprehension, and
than trust him or her unreservedly.
U COSICBFTIOS IXCCB1GLE1
Bead the following: Mr. C. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with
Abacessof Lungs, snd friends and physi
cians pronounced me an Incurable Con-
jrnmptive. Began taking Ut. Jung's flew
Wj SCO very lor Consumption, am now on
iay third boUle, and ab.'e to oversee the
work tm my farm . It is tbe finest medi
cine eVer made
desse aiiaiaewatt, jjecaiur, unio, says:
Had It hot been for Dr. Kind's New Lis-
overy ir Consumpdon I would have died
of lAin g Trenbles. Was given up by doc
ton. Am now in best of health." Try it.
Sample battles free at R. H. Duffy's
Wbolesals'aqd Betail Drug Store, New
BerseyiS. C Vi per dozen, wholesale.
lie cheerful. "A light heart lives
Dou't worry. "Seek peace ;itd"
Never despair. ''Lost hope is a
; "Work like a mam bnt don't be
vt orked to death."
i Speud less nervous energy each :
day thrtn you make.
! "Don't hurry. "Too swift arrives
as t.t'rdy as too slow."
Sleep and rest abundantly. Sleep
is ir.t urti'a benediction,
i Avo d pission and excitement,
i A moment's anger may be fatal.
! Af-sociate with healthy people.
! Health is contagious as well as
i Court tbe Irish air day and
j night. ''Ob, if you knew what was
i in the air !"
j Don't overeat. Dou't starve.
"Let your moderation be known to
i all men."
' Think only healthlal thoughts.
I "A.-, a man thinketh in his heart,
j so is he." Montreal Star.
Methods for the Schoolroom.
Emphasize tho virtne of bard
Skill in defining indicates good
The history lesson should be in ;
strnctive, interesting ana inapir !
Devote much attention to word
analysis in an interesting manner.
Simplified work in algebra is
now required in some grammar
Good writing in all the exercises
is worth more than exquisite copy
Every pupil from an early age
shonld use the names of the geome
trical figures and forms easily and
The teacher must g've some
special training in the art of reveal
ing what he knows, of transmitting
bis appreciation, and enkindling in
others that which he feels.
It is the teacher's place to see
that the pupil does know the au
thor's thought; that he is sufficient
ly interested in it to appreciate it;
that he appreciates it keenly
enough to feel it himself.
, Children almost ntver tire of
any work that they launch ior
themselves. They easily tire of
anything they are set to do. Con
sequently, when possible, have
them choose their exercises,
methods, etc., in school work.
Journal of Education.
Teach Tonr Boys.
To read aloud when requested.
To cultivate a cheerful temper.
To help their mother and sister.
To wipe their boots on the mat.
To run, swim, carve and be neat.
So sew a button and to do an
To speak pleasantly to an old
To cut kindlings and to slng.if
To help the boy smaller than
To put every garment iu its
Not to tease boys smaller than
To be honest, make a fire and be
To remove their hats upon enter
ing a bouse.
To hang up their hats and
respect their teacher.
To keep their finger nails from
To hold their heads erect and
button their mother's boots.
To be as kind and helpful to
their sisters as to other boy 's sisters.
To take pride in having their
mother and sister for their best
To close the door quietly,
especially when there ii a sick
person in the house.
To treat their mother as politely
as if she were a strange lady who
did not Bpend her life in their
: If tbey do anything, to take their
mother into their confidence, and,
above all, never to lie about any
thing they have done.
When their play is over for the
day, to wash their faces and hands,
brush their hair, and spend the
evening in the house.
Not to take the easiest chair in
the room and pnt it directly in
front of the fire, and forget to offer
it to their mother when she comes
in to sit down.
To make np their minds not . to
learn to smoke or chew, remember
ing these things are not easily
unlearned, and that they are
terrible drawbacks to good men.
He Hot Well.
It was a sad scene, says the San
Francisco Chronicle. Tbe old man
lay on his bed, .and by him sat the
Lfaithful wife, holding his worn
hand in hers, and forcing back tbe
tears to greet his wandering look
with, a smile. Sue spoke words of
comfort and of hope. , But he felt
the cold hand falling on him, and
he turned his weary eyes np to her
pale, wan face.
"Jennie, dear wife, I am going."
"Oh, no, John not yet not
"Yes, dear wife,'' and he closed
his eyes; "the end is near. The
world grows dark about me. There
is a mist around me gathering
thicker and thicker, and there, as
through a cloud, I hear the music
of angels sweet and sad."
"No, no, John, dear; that isn't
angels; that's the brass band on
"What!" said the dying man.
"Have those scoundrels dared to
come around here when they know
I'm dying! Give me my bootjack.
I'll let 'em see."
And in a towering rage the old
man jumped from his bed, and be
fore his wife could think he bad
opened the window and shied the
bootjack at tbe band.
"I've hit that fat leader any
way." And he went back to bed and
Young Enthusiast (surveying
well-stocked shelves) "Stunning
lot o' books; fide bindings, by
Old Bookman "Do you like
themf I have all my books bound
in morocco, yen know."
Y. E. Aw yas; I b'lieve my
guv'nor sends his to Hobokcn."
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electrio Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist audit is guaran
teed to do all that is claimefl. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples. Boils,
Salt Bbeum aad other affections caused by
Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache
Constipation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price 50 cts. and $1.00
per bottle at H. N. Duffy's Drug Store.
Wholesale price, $8 per dozen. I
The ' ve cut :he wo ul ;i.iy,
1 i.e t u-d ireen w.ih1.
hei eiu I Used to phiy
1 u happy tumid.
The wii.idtuun's ix has cVs't
K;uh nuble tree,
A'i'1 now, ala '. is le!'t
Nu sha e iur ine.
The brooks that tlow in May
A re di y bet'' u e
Tl.e !ir-t hot summer .! i ,
An.', li u ii" more.
The :'..-ld- ;;re bio-.vu aud bate.
And p i: elied with beat .
No mole d.'th hover there
The pit .- -cents ,,-ert
No mo, e his n te i he.a: d
To 1,'otheK rm
While eist the woodland hiid
W ould s.t and sin;,' ;
N ' nunc the wood tioweis bloom
Where once they bloomed,
Amid the Liner;vJd gloom
I l ferns entombed.
i'led. now, the woodland siirhts.
The M'etited a'.r !
i'led, all tho sweet ueli;',o
11 .lT "nee w ei e t hei e !
And lied the -J ... ion- lie . d
1 l.ai c.i me to me ,
hen to that .juiet wood
1 im d in lh e !
II -M - ei J- m re ah
Thetr is much solemnity n the
conviction that one is growing old
but there t-hotild be no sadness.
The thought often comes to such
an one: "Theie is my life. Theie
is what 1 mil very soon to answer
for. I must answer tor very much
more than if I died oung. What
will God say to me about it !"' The
ageing person has ample notice of
the close of his probation to those
who die young there is nex: to no
notice. Lie has simple time to t-et
his honse in order, and lie will
have to answer for that privilege,
too. What should the effect of
this bituaticn be upon his mind!
Ought it not to make him indepen
dent and feailetisf 1-t be not al
ready emancipated fioni the fear
of man ! As tho world narrows
aud shrinks, wh hhoul.l not the
freedom and the moral ht roism of
heaven expand as his already
received 'lenrage ! It would seem
that this ought to be so. and that
it ought to bring ;i sense of great
happiness. A great many old peo
ple do enter very largely upon the
higher life before tbey have tlone
with this. There is no pull npon
them but love aud duty, aud these
pull both wa s, towaid God and
toward man, and strougly toward
righteousness in its ielations to
both Worlds. Let the old man
stand like a marble pillar under
the good and true Lie ought to
realize tba' the breeze of the morn
ing. The finest fire we have seen
is the spai klo of old eyes, lit np by
tbe courage and hope of the rising
6nn. Die! Ihe old man is not
going to die. He has no thought
ofdyiog. lie is only getting ready
to live. "I have not began to fight
yet," said Paul Joues, as he stepped
from tbe decks of the scuttled and
sinking Bonne Llomme Richard.
A tog That Thought.
Major O'Dell, of Caldwell, Lake
George, says a Glens rails (N. Y.)
special, is a full blooded shepherd
dog. Major tried to save a man's
life, Tuesday, aud while the at
tempt was not a success, his intel
ligence brought him the praise of
bis friends and neighbors. Charles
Wells, an old soldier of Caldwell,
while walking on Prospect road,
near Lake George, was taken snd
deuly ill and fell to the earth.
Mnjor happened aloug about that
time, looked the man over sniffed
around his face, and obtaining no
answering signs of recognition, set
offon a dead run for home. Reach
ing the house of his master, Mr.
Frange O'Dell, he whined and acted
so peculiarly tbat O'Dell stepped
out doors and asked him what was
wanted. Major gave ;i glance
along the road and dashod forward
a few feet. His master followed
him and found Mr. Wells dying on
the frosty highway. The old
soldier was picked up and taken
home, where he died shortly after
wards. A Perfect Model.
Overheard on a Iiidge avenue
car. Fussy old gentleman to a
chance traveling lady companion :
"Have you any children,
"Yes, sir ; a son."
"Ah, iudeed ! Does he smoke I"
"No, sir; he has never so much
as touched a cigarette.''
"So much the better, madame,
the use of tobacco is a poisonous
habits. Does he frequent the
"He ' has never put his foot in
"Allow me to congratulate you.
Does he come home late !"
"Never. He goes to bed directly
"A model young man, madame
a model voting roan. Ilow old is
"Two months, sir."
The Face at the Window.
"This letter is to my husband,"
she said, as she licked on a stamp
at the window in the corridor of
the post office.
"Will it go tod .i !"'
"By first mail ''
"He ought to have his letter by
"It isn't over weight ''
"And if begets it, and if I get
his answer by Saturday, I can
"Please don't obstruct the win
dow, ma'am; there's forty people
"O, there are! That's always
the way of it. I can't get a word
of information out of this post
office, try as I will. Good-day,
sir ! I'll go across to Canada after
this." Detroit Free Press.
ARE YOU SKEPTICAL!
If so we will convince you tbat Acker's
English Remedy for the lungs is superior
to all other preparations, and is a positive
cure for all Throat and Lung Troubles,
Croup, Whooping Congh and Colds. We
guarantee tbe preparation and will give
yon a sample bottle free. Sold by K.
Berry New Berne, N. C.
Good resolutions will not save
you unless you reduce them to
practice. Proposing and doing
are two different things. So long
as Satan can prevent you from
carrying out your purposes, he does
not care how many good resolu
tions you form. !
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Win slow "s Soothing Syrup
should always be usd for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all paiu. cures wind
colic, and is the beet remedy for Diar
rhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle, jaly
"Speak -oftly !
She is lying
With her lips apart ;
Tieud gently !
She is dying
Of a broken heart
Hush ! no whispering,
Don't disturb her,
le t not aught ol" earth perturb her;
Angel forms around her hover,
'l b.' n who knew her heart, they love her,
Man condemned but Uod has blest,
soon Iu r soul will lie at. rest
1'! los mansions "'over there"
Go.l has heaid her dying prayer.
Pid she speak?
Yes still prayinir
To her od above ;
N hit is it
She is saying '.'
"God forgive my love!
1 was trusting,
lie dee.ieved me
messed .Ii-sus. Thou'll believe me.
For thou knowest he decieved me
And my heart was free from uuile.
That 1 seived thee well erstwbde -That
ury chief, my only, sin
Was the hive 1 bore for him.
Mother. Fatlu-r, all forsake me,
Hut my heavenly Father 'il take tin
To Mis home, lor Jesus' sake-.
lie ill take "
Speak sol'Uv !
She is gouiir
To her final l o.-t ;
Tread gent ly '.
l.i le is m .w ing
Dim within her breast.
Hush ! listen !
Methinks she's sleeping
Has she breathed he; lasf.
Yes, Softly !
While we are weeping
She ) heaven has passed
MH'LS BY THE WAY XO. :$
lly a through I'as.-enjrcr on u Local
Sjoii alter leaving GieeiKsburo
lor tho wcMt, our attention wms at
tracted by a gathering of person.-,
iu one part ol the coach. Joining
tne croAil, we quickly asciitaineii
tbe occasion of interest.
A gentleman and bis wife, Irmu
W'lnsron, had been making a some
what extended tour in Florida, aud
were returning home. The had
with them many souvenirs and
curios, among them a small alliga
tor, about eighteen inches long,
which they were showing to some
friends who chanced to be along,
and any others who cared to see it.
The lady, who was evidently much
attached to it, drew it from its
"cage," which had originally done
seivice as a corset box, and allowed
it to t-tare into and be stared at
by the crowd. She called it by its
pet name aud chafed its sides and
scratched its head, to all which it
responded by a grunt of sastifac
tiou, and other tokens of pleasure.
We picked up these items on the
general subject. That at Jackson
ville, Fla., are regular "dealers in
alligartors" who keep sometimes as
many as four hnndred in stock,
and make it a regular business of
shipping them North. That the
price is about fifty cents or seventy
five for little ones like this about
two or three years old and for
those three or four feet long abont
a dollar per foot. That they are
considered very pretty pets, being
docile and affectienate, needing
very little care, requiring no food
in winter, and only a little beef
once iu two weeks iu summer. If
any cue wishes to "invest" I will
be pleased to give the card of a
A SIIABP TOXUUE.
As we passed into tho next coach
and sat d iwn ueirer the dotr
we noticed a lady iu the sec
ond seat for.vanl from us sur
rounded b .i little group ol friends.
She i eemed to be talking very
.earnestly, and iu quite a low tone
Vhat we ln-ard was this : "My hus
band thinks I am too plain and
severe, but vealu what I hate worst
of all is a Yankee, or not -xau ly
a Yankee, bur, a Republican." We
were not offender!, but we were
surprised, for t'.ie ii timber who hold
such .sentiment, has !.een greatly
diminished as the cars have gone
by,, while at the same fjine, the
number who have the practical
good sense and w i.silom not to make
caustic remarks in promiscuous
company, has been corresponding
ly increased. Several gentlemen
who heaid htr, whom she did not
know, but who knew me made some
comments on "that wayofspeak
iDg." I had occasion afterward to
converse with this lady ia reference
to an item of business. She was
Intelligent and eultured (this word
to be qualified a little by prejedice)
and gave me much information
upon the subject of which wo were
speaking. As our interview closed
and I lilted my hat to make her
my best bow, I said "please re
member me as a Connecticut
Yankee and a Republican." She re
plied, "we shall never agree." But
with several hundred miles between
us, I reckon it will not matter.
FALLING FROM GRACE.
At Greensboro after a good sup
per at the Benbow, we took occa
sion in the bright moonlight, while
waiting lor the train to Charlotte,
to look up Bro. Crawford, so weil
remembered here. We spent a
half hour or more very pleasantly
with him at his home. He accom
panied us back to the depot, and
as we passed near the jail, men
tioned the case of a prisoner con
fined there for a capital offence,
whoi-c time for execution was close
at hand. Lie said he visited him
the day before, and talked and
prayed with him, thought he had
the presence and power of the
spirit wilh them, and he expressed
a confident hope of salvation. On
the night of the same day he found
a weak spot in the jail, and through
it made a break for liberty. He
was quickly caught aDd duly exe
cuted. But as he passed from
durance Vile, out under the open
sky, there is reason to believe that
then and there, with the vision of
the halter fading behind him, and
"new fields and pastures green,"
opening before him, he fell from
We have no doubt a murderer
may be saved. The Scripture ex
pression, "No murderer hath eternal
life," is believed by the expositors
to mean "no unrepentant mur
derer," agreeably to the teaching
of Christ : "All manner of sin
forgiven unto men," except, etc.,
that is, upon repentance. But
that the great number of these
sons of Belial, these atrocious vil
lians, and deep dyed rascals, are
ever bronght to repetance, and so
into a state of grace and salva
tion, is not to bo believed. One
might as well try to believe the old
distich which some one wrote of
"He with a cord outran his Lord
And got to heaven first."
The evidence of this position is
that in the great number of cases
of eseapes, reprieves and pardons,
the dog returns to his vomit again
the last state of the man is worse
than the first.
Uuil'alo Bill on French Courtesy.
! In a letter to the Chicago Inter
, Ocean, Buffalo Bill writes concern
ing French politeness: It is general
courtesy, and while the forma of
conduct may appear extravagant
to some Americans it seems to me
that they are genuine expressions
of regard, I cannot help feeling
; that the French are extremely
i hospitable and generous. That
i they do not condemn a man before
; he is proved guilty. They wllling
ly take his word for what he is,
and do what they can to promote
A great deal has been written iD
the past about the Frenchman's
fickleness, his love of display, etc.
1 1 have not found this judgment
justified by my experience. I have
been concerned here in giving an
entertainment characteristic of
certain features of Americau life.
We do not parade in spangled
clothing, we have no grand scene
ry, no spectacle of the ordinary
kind; in fact, nothing has been
done to give any artificial effect to
our perlormance. We appear in
the same costume in which we rode
, about tho plains, and every feature
ot our pioperties, to use a theatri
cal term, is of the plainest descrip
tion. Do the Frenchmen dislike
it. accustomed as they are to seeing
a wealth of splendor iu their public
entertainments! Not at all. They
: are deeply impressed with the plain
'genuiueuess of the exhibition we
jgive. Iu all our experience I have
not kuown a people who came
more repeatedly than the French
to see our presentation. 'They
lake pains to inform me and my
! associates of their appreciation of
the homely features whieh we bring
into the foreground.
All this would seem to show that
the French are anything but super
ficial in their observations. Tbey
care more for the plain, rough rep
reseiiration of the pioneer's life
t han for gaudy glitter ol the circus.
Fun her than that, they correctly
appreciate tbe individual features
of Wild West. They understand
what we are about when we en
deavor to illustrate the life on the
plains years ago, a manner ot life,
indeed that has not yet entirely
gone out of existence.
CAUTION TO MOTHERS.
Every mother is cautioned against giv
n l-er child laudanum or paregoric; it
creates an unnatural craving for stimu
lants which kills the mind or the child.
Acker'- Baby Soother is specially prepared
to benefit children aDd cure their pdins. It
is harmless and contains no opium or
morphine. So'.d by R. Berry, Newbem,
Pleasure is the flower that passes;
emembrance, the lasting perfume.
Mil cat ten' Arnica Ssivt.
rm BeT Salve in the world for
Oats, Bruises, Soree, doers, Sait
Rheum, Fever Soree, Tetter, Chapped
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Eruptions, and positively' ouree piles
or no pay required. It ia guaranteed to
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funded. Price 25 oenta per box. Fcr
sale bv ft. N. Duffr. ian 17
Dare to be right, though you have
to be singular.
If you have made up your mind to buy
Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be induced to take
any other. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is a peculiar
medicine, possessing, by virtue of its peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
and whose example is vrorthy Imitation, tells
her experience below
" In one store where I went to buy Hood's
Sarsaparllla the cleric tried to induce me buy
their own instead of Hood's; he told me their's
would last longer; that I might take It on ten
days' trial; that if I did not like it I need not
pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail
on me to change. I told him I knew what
Hood's Sarsaparllla was. I had taken It, was
satisfied with it, and did not want any other.
'When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla
I was feeling real miserable, suffering
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at times I could hardly stand. I looked,
and had for some time, like a person in con
sumption. Hood's Sarsaparllla did me so
much good that I wonder at myself sometimes,
and my friends frequently speak of it." Mks.
Ella. A. Goff, ci Terrace Street, Boston.
Sold by an druggist, fl ; ill for $i. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowll, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
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UST OF I-RINCIPAL KOS. CCKE8. PRICES.
1 Fevers, Congestion. Inflammation. .. .23
a Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic . .25
3 Crying Colic, or Teething of Infanu .25
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 25
fi Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic 25
6 Cholera Morbus, Vomiting 25
7 Coughs, Cold. Bronchitis 25
H Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache .25
9 Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo .25
JO Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach .25
1 Bappreased or Painful Periods. .25
Jit Whites, too Profuse Periods 25
3 Cronp, Cough, Difficult Breathing 25
14 Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions. .25
15 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 25
16 Fever and Ague, Chills, Malaria 50
17 Plies, Blind or Bleeding 50
19 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in the Head .50
20) Whooping Cough, Violent Coughs. .50
24 Oeneral Debility. Physical Weakness .50
27 Kidney Disease .5Q
3 8 Nervous Debility . . .1.00
30 Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed. .50
32 Diseases of theHeart, Palpitation 1.00
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of price. Da. Humphreys' IUscal, (144 pages)
richly bound in cloth and gold, mailed free.
Humphreys' WedicineCo.lM Fulton St. K Y.
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All of the above medicines are fo
sale at the drug stores of F. S. Duffy
and R. Berry, Middle street, New
Berne, N. C.
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I hare kept up with tbe work of Prof. Adams in this city. It is
genaiDe and tborough. It is cdncation in earnest. With a eplendi-l
building, first class teachers and a judicious coarse of study, his
school is a success. The deportment of bis students is the outcome
of good government, iiright, orderly and contented, tbey have
learned to apply themselves both as a duty and a pleasure. Learning
and Progress aro the watch-words of the New Berne Collegiate In
stitute, -nd it is an ornament to Eastern North Carolina.
JOHN S. LONG,
Pi t'-iJen! of the P.oar.l el Tni:,t es of the New Berne Academy.
New Berne, N. C, Feb. 11th, 1890
The advent of Prof. G. T. Adams to this city marks a new era in
the history ol its educational interests. Under a contract with the
Trustees of the New Berne Academy this gentleman took charge of
their school property in September last, for tbe purpose of conduct
ing a High School; and what was at first regarded by many as a
doubtful experiment has iu a few short months proved a phenomenal
New Berne Collegiate Institute, snder the management of Prof.
Adams and a co'rps of able assistants is rapidly taking rank with the
most Hoarising schools of the State. Parants and guardians, desiring
for their children and wards a thorough preparation for college, could
not do better than send them to this institution.
W. M. WATSON,
Sec'y and Treas. Board Trustees New Berne Academy.
Atlantic At N. C. Railroad
TIME TABLJ6 Ao. 18.
Id Effect 6:00 A.M.. Monday, Octobt r
Going East. Schedule:. Going West.
No. 51. Passenger Trains. No. 50.
: Ar. Lve.
! p m 8 80
11 80 am
10 42 10 40
10 08 10 13
8 85 8 60
s m 6 00
doing East. Sukdule
Mixed Ft. &
Pass. Train. Stations.
Going w est.
Mixed h i. &
Pass. 1 rain.
am 6 80
Goldsboro y 00 p m
Best's 8 04 8 19
La Grange 7 84 7 44
FallitiK Creek 7 06 7 1C
Kinston 5 55 6 42
Caswell 5 80 5 86
Dover 4 65 5 10
Coie Creek 4 24 4 80
Tuticarora 8 64 4 00
Clark's 3 83 8 42
lewbern 10 3a 8 00
Rivordale 9 41 9 46
Croatan 9 28 9 88
Havelocls 8 59 6 04
Newport 8 17 8 27
Wild wood 8 00 8 05
Atlantic 7 47 7 62
Morehead City 7 17 7 27
Atlantic FJotel 7 05 7 18
Morehead Depot am 7 00
Tliur dav an ratOrday.
Vvednesday and Krlday.
9 15 10 0J
io 81 io ;
5 ii 1
5 :s i i, ,u
I'M iili.lny ,
r .. v inmneots with Wilmington tVtl
1 nu: o-'ind North. leaving QoldaborO
u. .ii., uil with Klcnmond A J) nvUle
i, V. chi. leaving Goldsboro 2 80 p.jn.
a i fit eoiinecu witb Richmond A I tin villa
ii., .rimnii ai Ooldbcro 3:10 pan a.nd wltk
jumtoti aud We Hon Train from the
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dm Ttiremu'i KrelKht Trnlu, North
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Stories ef Interest for ns Elders,
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Tho padding doesn't add to the value,
And I aaveat Urns to read theas,
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THE NIW TOKK XUEXXxEB.'S OHAlTai
From this time forth the New Tork Xesfywr
will contain sixteen pages. The publisher
have been urged for yean by their sab
scribe rs to make this change, so they would
have the Ledger in a form orrvenlent fog
binding. In making the change from eight
to sixteen pagea, Messrs BoBIBT BONXKS'f
Sons have utilised the opportunity ts istr
duce important improvements into tht
Ledger, and to add many new and eostbjr
features. The new number of the Lodgn
(November 16th) leads off with the epenisiet
chapters of an extraordinary story fret Saw
pen of Anna Katharine Green, (atttavaw ok
the "Leavenworth Case"), entitled TlUt
This remarkable story waa writtam ia a
white heat dashed off almost withe, seal
from commencement to end. It has been the.
habit of Anna Katharine Oka ex to da
liberate for a long time before taking pes, i
hand to begin a new work, snd then t 4e
vote st least a year to its completion, bat
"The Forsaken Inn ? presented itself MM ,
in a way so forcible and vivid that si) fee -former
methods were discarded, sad. ahe
wrote the story under tbe spur of overpsw
ering inspiration. The result was the pre
duction of sn exceptionally brilliant a4
glowing literary gem. . ':
In addition to Anna Katharine Qwuhf ,
great story, the Ledger of November m "
contains the foil wing brilliant artioles s "
NiHUJSnt m Btjssta, by Leo Hoi (was. Jte .
lilisf ; Old-Fashionid Fashions, by Jmmm -Farton;
Db. Hoxnaobl's Btbanob Atost, '
(illustrated), by Julian Bmi&ono f A Mis
sionabt's Lite in the Wild North .
number one, illastrsted), by Beo. XJM.'',
Young; A SciEMTllT'g BsiOHT THOCSHTS, ,
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Patxnq the Penalty, (7th Instalhnent).
(iUustrsted), by Moj. Alftroi M. Cartas J
Correspondence, Bctxncz,-Wit and .
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HOME AND FARM,
!. tOUlSVILLE. KY.. ;;Mtj- y
Fit. Lssdlsg Agricsltsrai Jssraal f the east Virtu 1 1 ,
Mad by Farmers for FarmSrs. ' ' '
Kxo Faxk has no equal. . Kvcry topis relatias; - ,
io asrricultore is openly diacusard ia Its colnsaae - - -by
th farmers themselves. No expense is npereel
in securing a full account of evenr notable aaa.
cess on the farm, it Is distinctively Use "
FARMERS' OWH PAPER'.-'1 . ," t.
A record ef their daily life, preecateS IS a. farm
and language Which make U pUia teaU. , ;
i ITS UST ON OOriTHIBUrrOS- V .
CoaUlns tbe names of the most prnfTeslv fall m
ersiof the South and "West. They do not treat -
of theoretical farming, but of th actual coadi' . j ,;'
tions which confront us today: S. F. lohneoa i t
Waldo F.Brown UenryStewart : lohaM.Staal-J '
. P.Ford ; Jeff. Welborn ; Hugh T. Brooks ; Johe l
G.' Edgar: Steele's Bayou: T. B. Baldwin' and 1 .
host of other snake this Journsl Indisps-nanble. . .
Moreover, it Is equally ', , , ' , . .s w
. A HOME MAGAZINE. J W '
Bvery subject of interest to the home msker . :
fully treated. MarvMarsden.LoisCatcsby, atr .
Brcrvrn, Mrs. Onviesa, Miss Cabell, Miss Mosey! i. : ,
Alice Winston and a score of ethers will contria. . .
nte regularly. , .'( . .
FAITH LATIMEI i si .:ll . . i
Is in charge of oar Children's Department, aSd" '.
she- has the peculiar faculty of being both ia '
teresting and instructive. , , .. i , 5 . . 3 1
THE MYSTE1T OF TH( NATION , r
Is a thrilling story appearing In Kom Airs - :
FAAmt, by John K. Hnafck, and Is esxitiag wis. '
attention. Short stories by distinguished writers , ,
appear trom- time to time.
BILL ARFS LETTERS t
Asnear In each isaae. and this hnmeAashflose .1
phdr was never more interesting Vaaa at te
IS ITS EBIT0RIAX PWABTsTDfT
RMR ajto Farm speaks boldly aaa fearlensly ia
behalf of " Farmers Righta. It ssven a re
vision of the tariff in behalf of the farmer ; hette)
roadsfer the (armer ; Free Mail Delivery to th,
farmer ; Co-opcratioa among the aTSars, aad IS
bia Vi est. Itesnenhe In sr.- a- '
"fait TsaSaaaS IsnsMfc",,
S 8 J
gId by ail Drassiacs a 23 Ceats.
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