Acge(able Preparation far As
similating thcFoodandEc ula
ting the Stooocts andUcwels of
A perfect Remedy forConstipa
Hon, Sour Stonvtch.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcnsh
ness and Loss or Sleep.
' FocSimlo Signnlurt of
For Infanta and Children. ;
The Kind Ycu Have
exact copy or wbafpcr.
t-Jjv : in
U' For Over
TH OSWT.UB OHMNV, MCW TOM OfTT.
June20. The crops In this section
are looking finely, but we need rain
very much. "
Tbo arrivals at hotel Mldgette are,
Mr. Doxlo and Mr. M. P. Guthrie of Oc
racoke; C. W, Bright, Elizabeth City;
Mrs Harrison and Mr. George L. Horn
In?, Of Philadelphia,
, The citizens of this progressive town
want a railroad as it will benefit Orien
tal Try much.
- Oriental with a railroad would be an
ideal summer roaori, as it has plenty of
salt air and Is a healthful climate.
- M. T. 11..
Revival Heelings Close, A Big Individual,
' Cut of Lwnber.
June iO The aeries of meetings con
fer, Adele 8, Entchlnsoil tt lCza
kpolls baa been appointed tta till ftOa
sot state board eC medical siam-
lner. , v
HIM Anna C. atott, tncretU Mott
piece, !wbo lately, died la Toledo,
left &00O to the Toledo Woman Suf
Kile. Loci Fa or, daughter t the
lata Fell Faure, president of France,
1a about to publish a book pa to. Ox
ford movement la the Chord! tt Eng-
Mrs. J. B. Hi gels bi Km Xorl baa
Uvea to tba Ashland aeaUnarjl 1. Ver
sailles, Ky I20.00Q tot building to
zeplaca tba dormltor burned abort
Lady. E7enry Somerset tveaUenl bt
the World'a Woman's Cbrlaoaa Ksn
peraace union, iwlll be I gert cf tba
natloaal conTeonoa at EortllM, Me-,
Mrs. Mary Eantf ord Ford, srhd baa
made tba tranalatloa tot tba adltloa Oa
luxe bf Panl da Kock's .works, hlch
IwlU tost $200,000 a stogie set, ras
bora la Wllllamsport, Pa forty-atx
years ago, - .. . ,
Kiss Helea Gould baa reopened ber
annual tewing school tor poor girl of
Jxrlflgton la LyDdhurst ber country
eat. Mora than 125 girl bare Joined
tba lass, and Misa Gould bat hired
Six experienced teachers from New
Sorb. ' -
Vise Florence A. Fenabant c Con
stantinople! Turkey, baa bad conferred
npoa ber tba title ot bachelor Bf divin
ity, by tba Chicago Theological aemlna-
ry. It U the first time la the history of
tba Congregational church that the title
has been eonf erred on a .woman.
Mrs. Harry Robinson of Minneapolis,
daughter of the multimillionaire street
car magnate, Thomas Lowry, has star
tled fashionable circles of Minneapolis
by giving up her position In society to
become a professional nurse. Mrs. Bob
lnson is the wife of Harry Robinson of
Chicago, proprietor of The Railway
. . Leads Them AIL
"One Minute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines I ever tried for coughs,
colds, croup and throat and lung trou
bles," says D. Scott Currin of Loganton,
Pe. One Minute Cough Cure is the only
SICK H1BS HL .
-IIAK HUE STRONG
SAIL AND ENTERTAINMENT.
Rext Moaiay aaa Tuesday J?lfh!. By
Ladies Committee Far Base ; ,
The Ladies committee appointed to
assist in raising fands-for the base ball
Interests la this city, bsvebeen busily
engaged since tbelr appointment; aad
the result so far Is the announcement
and nremtee of a sail os the steamer
m.ni, MA Unrr!ir nlffliL and on
. . i uHmui, hv- j o
Wonderful Cures lie Eueeiea inn TaM... ..tha ooera house there win
MtrTdoQi Elixir of Life Dis
covered by Tamoui Doctor
Scientist That Cures Ivery
V Know! Ailment
Stems Like Miracles , Per
formed Tbe Secret of
Lodj Life of Olden
Tt,m Kanad la Tt to AU Who Brad
Mam Bmedy. '
After rears of oatlent study, and del-
Ting Into the dusty record of the past, sa
well as following modern experiments
in the realms ot medical science, vr.
James W. Kldd, 8881 Baltes Build-
in . Fort Wavne. Indiana, mates me
startling announcement that
Death of Mrs. Salter.
' Mrs. Louisa Salter, wife of Peruana
Baiter, died at her home at No. 00 Pas
ture streot, at 6:30 o'clock yesterday
morning of cancer. She was 49 years of
age and had been a resident of New Bern
for many years. ; ; - V '
Tbe funeral services will be held at
the family residence this morning at 7:30
Itev. II.. O. Moore will officiate.
A correspondent of the Lancet tells
a story in reference to the rapid growth
of the habit of tippling which may be
. developed In unsuspecting subjects.
Ttvb elderly ladles, he says, were sur
prised by n visitor In the act of drink
ing neat brandy. Upon his expressing
some surprise they said that brandy
bad been recommended to them as a
. capital preventive against cholera and
that they first took It with jwaterv and
men iney took .wiiuout iwaier, uiu
now they took It like water,
Wlion Ton Go Into : Drag Store
. to get a bottle of Painkiller, examine it
carefully to see if it Is made by Perry
- Pavis, and don't be persuaded to take
something "just as good" because tt Is a
few cents cheaper. There is . Only one
Painkiller. "Perry Davis'.'
At Washington D. G. Thursday morn
tng June 10th. 1002 Louise, Infant dangh
tor of Clifton and Eva Warters, age 20
The funeral will be hold at their home
: 'Tin a Prloaltmm Traammr.
Ko woman objects to being- beautiful.
Itoatitr U woman', charm, Juy, prkla and
fltronHth. The world has always petted and
adored beautiful women. A pretty woman
dreads maternity for fear of losing; this pow.
er and Inlluenca over men. What can ba
duntj to perpetuntetltersce and keep women
heauti fill r There Is a blm unlversaUy used
by cultured and uncultured woman In tha
crisis. UuHbnnds will do well tolnvestiirata
tlii. remedy in order to reassure their wives
on the point of ease with which children can
be born and all beauty of form and figure
rtiuined. - ...
Is the Im pi a nume by which thlt (nvaluabl
rpnirnlv lki known. It wilt diminish all Da In
nilivtl to rtiotherhnod. Ust?d throilHrhout
lrenrnC1r it will Jisil morn In ir tickni
Cura ftora brt?nttii, niRKft elm tic all tendons
And rthrcscallftl itixm to hold in position th
cxpandirnitnirdt-n. Mnncieg loTteii unlfr Ita
fnvoralilv tUm lame, In Ui couitoit Lbua
M ot livrn Frlenn Is A ltnlmmt for ex
ternal Application, Women's own pretty
fmuf.-rs rub It Rently on His pnrts no severttly
taxed, and It Is insUuitiy AUttorbod mod so
luhricitti-a the parts'.
Your (irurfrt; sells H forlfl pt bottle.
You inuy huve our book " iViotheiliood"
immediately. Mothers everywhere tes
tify to the good it has done their little
ones.. .Croup is so sudden in its attacks
that the doctor often arrives too late. It
yields at once to One Minute Cough
Cure. Pleasant to take. Children like
It, Sura core foT grip, bronchitis, coughs.
ducted by Revs W G Johnston and Leigh absolutely safe cough remedy which acts
ton closed hut evening. Her. Johnston
did most of the preaching. While no
great visible results were seen still the
preaching was a success. Bro. Johnston
a very able and earnest man and his
preaching has been a spiritual treat to
us all. We will gladly welcome him
again. His temperance lecture last night I p, g. Dully.
was areatlr enjoyed by a good sized
audience.. : . - ' :
Miss Ids Sutton who has been visiting
friends and relatives in Dover returned
to Qoldsboro this morning.
Mr.Sam Long who once livid here but
is now located in Pinners Point, came
in to spend a day or two this morning.
Wo understand there will be a mar
riage here Sunday but not having any of
the facts of the case in hand we will re
frain from writing too much. Possibly
we may take up the case later.
The weather Is lovely for most every
kind of work and most everybody
through this section seems to have some
thing to do.
Shipments of potatoes and other
truck are about over. , Some few real
ized a little profit and their balance
cajne about even, all sufficiently eneour
aged try again nex t sees in providence
Mr. O. K. West, who has traveled
over Ko. 8 township listing taxes ssys
crops are looking promising. Says also
he finds some very poor people. A man
offered him all his wordly possessions
ind his wife and two children thrown in
for three dollars and fifty cents, not
withstanding Mr. West thought this
was a bargain but still he declined the
offer. "'.' -f.i ' :
Mr. R. 8. Jobson, sawyer for Qolds
boro Lumber Company says he cut
elghty-tbree thousand and six hundred
feet of lumber in ten and a half hours
yesterday. This seems to us a wonder
ful cut and we hardly think tt has ever
been exceeded. - '
Dover is still forging to the front, Se
veral ot stores are lighted by electricity,
Some talking of water works. ; Half a
dozen new dwellings are going up. Mr.
Jackson Waters has about completed
painting his house. ' Streets are being
put in good condition. ' There is no tell
ing when or where we will quit off at.
Messrs. Jackson and John Hill who
have been quite sick have Improved so
as to be out again. -
Col. J. W. Lane, ot Fort Barnwell, H.
O. came out this morning to take the
cars for Elnston. The CoL seems to be
hopeful that all the troublesome and in
tricate problems of this county wiD.be
properly adjudicated In the near future,
The writer in company vwlta the
champion fisherman In North Carolina,
Mr. Dempsey Wood, spent yesterday in
Moreheaa city, we triea oar juok, out
all in vain the tide was against us.
I ' Si -
be given an entertainment, witn a pro
rram of unusual interest.
Monday night, on the steamer Blanche
there will be music, and refreshments
sold to those who want to add to their
pleasure ot the sail. Tickets for boat,
At the Opeja house, on Tuesday
night, there will be a gttti bill of amuse
ment and rich entertainment.
Ths comedy of "Mrs. Hlllery Be-
(rtets.VwIll be rendered by Mrs. J. E.
Latham and Mr. J. E. Benton.
Mrs. J.I Sill. Miss Alice Cole, of
New Tork, end Miss : Koch, will ting
solos. ' ' '
There will be a mandolin and banjo
onartette. Misses Elizabeth Burros and
Elizabeth Ellis, and Metsrs. B. N. Duffy
snd Win., Stevenson, which will give
fthntea musical selections, and In
addition the Gibson Tableaux.
This oroeram. as noted above, shows
the high character of Tuesday nignis
entertalnmont and no doubt there will
be a crowded house to greet the per
Admission, all down stairs 35 cenU.no
reserved seats. Gallery 15 cts.
Central" telephone station in Newt
frork city averages 420,000 calls a day.
The Union 1 stockyards of 1 Chicago
cover 500 acres of ground. Last year
16,000,000 head ot cattle were received
Stokers on the American liners St
Paul and St. Louis are paid flu a
month as against ?25 paid on English
steamers. . . v . . i : ; 1
Within the last ten years more new
methods have been devised for dealing
iwltb consumption than any other bu
man ailment. i;
A Mexican carpenter considers bang
ing one door a big day's worn. An
American carpenter will easily bang
ten doors per day. . s '-"'': -,
Fifteen years ago there rwas but one
.-woman barber in Chicago. Today there
are ISO. Tbey accept fees just uxe me
men and make about Slu.aweea.
In Manitoba and Assinlbola there are
60.000,000 acres of rich arable lana
Which could support 6,000,000 persons.
Tbe present population Us only saj.uuu.
A San Francisco medical writer de
clares that the only vmj in which a
physician ever makes a competency in
that region is by investing in reai es
The largest isramp farm in tbefworld
la situated lit Indiana, .twitnin nny
miles Cbicitco. , It spreads out over 32,.
000 acres that were bought for $3 an
acre ten years ago ana are now wow
$100 to $125 an acre. - .
Mr. W. 8. Waedon. Cashier of the
First National Bank of ,W!nterset, lows
In a recent letter gives some experience
a fiarnenter ia bis employ, that will be
of value to other mechanics. He says:
"I had a carpenter working for me who
was obliged to stop work for several
days on sccount of being troubled with
diarrhoea. I mentioned to mm mat i
bad ;been similarly troubled and that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Be mod? had cured me.' He bought
a bottle of it from the druggist here ana
. - . . j . 2 i t,iM
inrormea me uu .. one uuoo cu
and is strain at bis work."" jrorsateoy
F. & Duffy & Co. .
Da JAMES WILLIAM KIDD.
surely discovered the elixir of life. That
be is able with the aid of a mysterious
compound, known only to himself, pro-
duced as a resun i u ju.
spent In searching for this precious life
giving boon, to cure any and every dis
ease that is known to the human body
There is nO doubt of the doctor's earnest
ness in making his claim and the re
markable cures that he Is dally effecting
seems to bear him out very strongly. His
theory which he advances is one of
reason and based on sound experience in
a medical practice of many years. It
costs nothing to try His remaraa in
-PH.lr nf T.lfn." as he calls It. for he
aends tt free, to anyone who is a sufferer
la su&etent quantities to convince ui '
ability to cure, so there is absolutely no
risk to mb. Some of the cures cited are
very remarkable, and but for reliable
witnesses would hardly be credited. The
lame have thrown away crutches snd
walked about after two or three trials of
the remedy. The sick, given up by home
doctors, have been restored to their fami
lies and friends in perfect health. Rheu
matism, neuralgia, stomach, heart, liver,
kidney, blood and skin diseases and
bladder troubles disappear as by magic.
Will sour the rwcteft ii imposition and
tr.iiiticTiu the t ;oi t even li.iups.Tcd, lov
able nature in'. a cross-grained and
irritable individual. f t
- H inipalicucc or fault-finding are
ever excusable it is when the body is
tortured by nil eating and painful sore.
It is truly discouraging to find after
months of diligent and faithful nse of external remediea that the -place
remains as defiant, angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic sore, no
matter on what part of ihe body it comes, is an evidence of some previous
constitutional or organic trouble, and that the drcga of these diseases
remain in the system; or, it may be that some long; bidden poison perhaps
Cancer has cotae to the surface and begun its destructive work.
The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh
and the skin regains its natural coior. n is
through the circulation that the acrid, corroding
fluids are carried to the sore or nicer and keep it
irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and
i ir.t. tli- ctucmant Mnnd when all sediment or
other hurtful materials are washed out, fresh rich blood is carried to the
diseased parts, new tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins to have a
healthy and natural look ; the discharge ceases and the sore heals.
S. S. S. is the only blood purifier
aterersi ye)sur h'i y u. .
sor lea and was trMtad by the
best physiolajis bat roelTd BObaaaflt.
Onr drag-fist adTlaod hex to try B. S. S.,
which aha did. Fourteen bottlas cured
her and she haa been well aver alnoe.
, A. BAAUU, HIS vauaau.
that ia guaranteed entirely! vege-
table. It builds up the blood and
.tones up the general system aa no
. other medicine does. If yon have
a sore of any kind, write us and get
advice ' of experienced ana
Villl tihvsicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood and Skis
Diseases free. TBI sTWIFT OatCiriC CO.. AUaata, Paw
A Lara-e Increase.
Down in Sullivan county,. Ind., Is
Fairbanks postofflee, named, of course,
In honor of the senior senator of that
state. When, however, a vacancy In
tho postmastershlp occurred some time
ago, a curious discovery was made.
There was not a Republican In the vil
lage. Senator Fairbanks knew, of
course, that tho community was thor
oughly Democratic, but the Idea that it
did not contain a Republican well,
that state of affairs staggered the sen
ator, and he waited for developments.
In course of time a uepuDiican
named Murphy moved Into the place
from Illinois, and he was appointed
postmaster. A few days ago he dis
appeared, leaving a note to his wife
savlnc that bis body would be found
in the Wabash river. This necessitated
some Inquiries as to who could fill the
vacancy. Recently Senator Fairbanks
was informed that there were now two
Republicans In the town.
"An Increase of 200 per cent In the
Eepubllcnn (vote of Fairbanks," com
mented the senator as he glanced over
the letter. "Wouldn't it be fine if the
same ratio of increase could be main
tained all over the state!"
" A HONEYMOON CLOUD.
Why the Bride Feareat Be Baabaa
DM Ket Lave Bar.
"It was pretty hard to have the hon
eymoon clouded before we had been
married two hours," complained a new
ly married man. "Fact Is, though, the
excitement of the wedding day took
away the little sense I bad remaining.
-"We were married at noon and, after
dodging the customary rice snd old
shoes, left for the station. We. had
barely time to catch our tram, and I
rushed up. to the ticket window at
once. Then, once more, we bad to run
the eauntlet of friends, who think It
smart to throw rice down one's collar
and have it sift down Into one's shoes.
We got into the train at last, and
when It started I heaved a sigh of re
lief. When the collector came- round
for tickets, I handed mine over. AJter
looking at it for a moment he asked
me If the lady was
That was the
snapped out for him to mind his own
'That is what I am trying to do,'
he answered coolly. One more ticket,
please. ' ' : ,
"Then it flashed upon me tnat in ine
hurry and excitement of the moment I
had forgotten I had a wife. I paid the
other fare and tried to laugh it off, but
the look that my wife gave me will
linger with mo as long as I live. It
took me two hours to argue ber out of
the Impression that I didn't love er
any more, and she Isn't fully satisfied
yet" Kansas City Independent.
Headaches, backaches, nervousness,
f ASSAM lAnanmn tlnn p.nnrhg. colds. SSth-
ma, catarrh, bronchitis and all affections DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE.
oi ine inroai. luueza ui u --r i ., . , ... . i
.it. o.i.rn In a sdscc ot time Jf ermanenuy cureu oy mo waawitj
l.i..i..f-.i...ilniu f unnrrrn AwnnTRAN Nk&VTNB
1.11 !1 L 1H D1U1UIV . uwnw
Partial paralysis, jocomoiui xomc." Invalids need suner no longer,
dzopsy, gout, scrofula a P beCfm8e this great remedy can cure them
JSSS&Oli It...cureforth.whole worldof
saesrestores normal nerve power, clr- stomach weakness snd Indigestion. The
.'. . At l..a Lnalth Itt . . ... A . - .
eolation and a state or. peneus ikhuju cure begins with tne nrst uose. ine re-
producea once, -w u lrf , bl, , mamlon8alld surprising
terns are alike and .equally affected by a ..,.. never disappoints.
this great "Elixir ot Lire." oena ior iuc - - - . h suffered.
remedy today. It is free to every sur certain under the use of this
lerer. state wnat you wain, w j . health-giving force. Pleasant and
Rtio what vou want to be cured
of arid tbe sure remedy for it will be sent
free by return mall.
"L TA, OA.
Considerable damage is reported as
having been made by the storm at River-
The yacht John W. Connor was taken
off from dry dock" Thursday night after
having some repairs made.
Mr. James O. Arnold the former Jailer
who was arrested last Saturday on tbe
charge of allowing a United States pris
oner escaped is out under $300. boon,
At the meeting of the Btate Pharma
centical Association at Morehead this
week, Mr C D Bradham was elected mem
ber on the State Board of riiarmecy.
. The flat boat for the- use of the Elm
City Lumber Co. which has beea under
construction , at tbe government yards
A . . . . J ftt- 1 . J
was noaiea ycsieruay. iiwpoiinieu
ures 100 feet long by 25 ft wide.
A boy went to one of the banks of this
city Thursday snd cashed a check for
$50. Bo lost the money ou the way to his
father's store and a aero boy picked It
up. The boy who was sf potcd to have
the money was seart'.-.ri but none
v ?s found. Tod toy v lo took the
t - y he Mtol T9 I 'X t'9i"y.
Fine black silk openwork stockings
are worn with low shoes. .
- Madagascar, grass cloth Is made up
Into belts and Is rather anuirt for that
Duroose. . ! "::: i-J,:' ,
The newest bows for corsage and
millinery uso show braided and knot
ted effects, c---', Zj:- ? :
The dark blue and green combination
bo fashionable in watets, bat trimmings
and costumes five seasons ago is being
revived.". : .kv ' .';;
IToulton. Russian and fine chantllly
designs are United in some of the more
xnenslve and elaborate lace meaai
Hons used this season.
Lom evening gloves-are no longer
buttoned, but laced with a fine, silk
wrrd mntching the gloves , and run
through tiny eyelets set very -close to
trether. - . - ! ; :
Some of the nect ruches and ruffs
presented this season as attractive nov
elties bear a close resemblance to ffle
tures of those in vogue In tho alxttwntb
century. v ' - -
Filthy Temples In India.
Sacred cows often defile Indian tem-
tlos.but worse yet Is a body that's pol-
Inted bv ennstination. Don't permit It
Cleanse your system with Dr. King'
Kew Life Tills and svotd antold misery.
Thep give lively livers, active bowels,
Ood d'jMtlon, fine appetite. Only 2So
1 at C. D. Eradham's drug store.
great health-giving force,
always safe. Soldby C.
. 1 c -
. Ready Wit, Ready Honey,
The University Of Pennsylvania has
not a large endowment, ana tnat
finds the means to pay Its current ex-
I as . 1 11JlIua ImIssa'
tha ComMatUtoarerdvThat Opened
, . Commadom TaaderMlt's Bare.
'Aecordlne.toall the traditions, Com
modore -.Vandetbllt, .who laid the foun-1 penses and put up new buildings i&Am.
datlon of the family wealth that has j mfasure to its provost, Charles
become prove)iai,.wn9.a man wiuiuut i Harrison, i Hla little black subscrip-.
education. knowlngMlttlo of the "tnree ... .
. lit I LjUU WW
R's" and lamentablyVvoaK on spe. . . offlcotoo well knowni;
based until sudden sickness prevented
his appearing one morning and it be
came necessary to transfer tho secret
In order -that tho.day's svork might be
done without letor hindrance.
The bookkeeper sent to the commo
dore's bouse for "the word key una re
ceived reply that 'dogwas the neces
sary word. But every effort to re
lease the bolts on the "u-o-g" commna
tion failed, and It wub necessary to
send ntmln to the Vanderbllt home la
fear that tho old financier might have
tmode a thoughtless mistake. But the
messenger was speedily convinced tnat
the mistake was somebody else s wnen
the Irascible commodore - roared at
him: 'Dog, you dog! -yogi' con
found you nil for a lot of zaniest uo
back go back to the office nd open
that safe ou 'dog1 'd-o-r-g-e, 'dogl' '
ercal Ok ly Ueaala.
SAFE. '..,.rrtlm, l.tHltes "S OrllM
. . mi,l.,lL.l ,Hu ITWill lutf .
la HKK sihI .ld -miiu tosv,
witkbiMrtWMa. TakeaaeSaee. Sraaa
aaceraa. SariWIlerlaa. aaS sailla
II... B.J t ,Mr Dnuul, .
U-i" 1 .11' U.MF. h. r. .
Sara Mali. IS.SWWMI S- mf
Drasilm. Cal.ka.SaF VSeatbal Of.
It will be to the in
terest of those want
ing Buggies and Roaa
Carts to call at once.
I have a fe second
a moment he asaea i 4 1 ft ' 1 '
9 traveling with me. ones lett on nana
last straw, and II , . ' ... ... .
and they must be sold.
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice
Cream Freezers, Screen Dcon),Win
dow Screens, Oil and Cook Stoves,
Ranges, Lime, " Cement, ' Plaster,
Paints, Oils, YarniBh, Putty, Sash,
Doors, Blinds, Cutlery and all the
useful articles usually found . in an
Up-to-date Hardware Store,
Qaeea Vtetortala Way, r
The aueen's interest In and oversight
of public affairs did not cease with the
prince's death, oithougu in tne nrsi
years of overwhelming sorrow It must
have been difficult to carry out ner w
ceptlon of duty. All Important resolu
tions .were taken Dy uer; tne persona,
notes in The Court Circular were writ
ten by her own hand and were seen by
no one else. When Sir Henry Ponsonby
became the queen's private secretary,
she said to him: "Remember this, no
advice! I am older than you are and
have had more experience," In after.
years historians will have much to say
upon the queen's personal share in the
government of her dominions. ' All her
papers have been most carefully pre
served and arranged and some day,
perhaps, will be accessible to the in
quirer. On the Other hand there(ls not
a single paper belonging to George IIL
Which is known to be in existence.
rrofessor Oscar Browning In Century.
. - .The Tlinut of a Lance
la f.rcelv more agonizing than the re
current pains in tho abdomen which fol-
ir the eating of improper food or too
free Indulgence lu lcr-water. ; The Im
mediate cause of cramps and colic Is
ofloa the dlntentlou of the bowels by
eas. Quick relief follows the uae of Per
ry Davis' Painkiller. Careful house
keepers give tt the place of honor in the
family medicine chest. .
OgO. Sir. Harrison wua yieauuit, .
slstently with him for a subscription,'
but in vain. Finally the broker said:
"See here. Mr. Harrison; I wlirgive
vou something on one condition.'
, ."Very well, Mr. T" said the provosti
"The condition is that you promise
never to come Into my office again un-.
til l ask you to do so." ' !
."Certainly, Mr. T.; I agree to that,1
.said the provost promptly and . walked?
out smiling with a check for $1,000, A
5 A month or so later the broker heard
a knock at his door. "Come in V he
called and In walked Mr. Harrison.'
He had the black book under his arm.)
,. "Good morning, Mr. T.," he said.- !
.. .n Vnln ma with B ltfrttA Tint.
nam jfvu iw wn " ------- .
verslty matter I am" I
"Look here. Mr. Harrison' the bro
ker continued, Jhen I gave that last(
thousand dollars wasn't it on the ex
press condition that you shouldn't
pome Into mv office again until I In
vited touT' '-'- ; :
"Why. yes," returned the provost, "I
believe that was the understanding.;
But didn't you say 'Come In I Just now.
when I knocked?'
---. aaM aVftA aKArtlr llta tlmA TVO SI
j.- XliCjr SKtJr MO VUV-V.1. S,iilO taaauv i'aa
for $5,000. ,' j . 4
The tlablta of the Robin. .
Let us hide behind that clump of
blackberry bushes and watch the par
ent birds as they come to feed tneir
young. - There comes the father robin
now. Xou can dlstlnguisn mm rrom
the mother by bis darker plumage.
Xou will notice that in coming with
the food be alights on a particular
twig, hops along a particular branch
and alights on a particular side of the
nest If you watched him for a week,
you would probably see him approach
the nest in precisely tne same way
each time. Now here comes the moth
er, a lighter colored, bird, with grsy
on the back of her head. Tou see that
she reaches the nest by quite a differ
ent route and alights upon the other
side ot it and she will do this over and
over and over again. taxe men ana
women, i birds . acquire , habits which
they, rigidly adhere to unless something
happens to prevent them. Ernest Har
old Baynes in Woman's Home Com
panion. : . :" .
'' " - Bonest Hlstake. .
' The story is told of a little New Eng
land girl the workings of Chose Puri
tan conscience Involved , her In diffi
culties on one occasion. .,
; She was studying mental arithmetic
at school and took no pleasure in it.
One day sho told her mother. , with
much depression of spirit that she had
"foiled again In mental arithmetic,"
and on being asked what problem bad
Moved her undoing She sorrowruiiy
mentioned the request for the addition
of "nine and four." .
"And didn't you know the answer,
dear?" asked her mother. :' r
"Yes'm," said the Uttle maid; "but,
And all Kinds of-
-'-; Isowest Prices.
Under Hotel ChatUwka,
Having secured the services of ex
perienced parties, I am prepared on
short : notice to , execute Farm, City, -Land
and Rail Road surveying. Ditches,
Streets and Roads laid out and leveled.
Draughting in all Its branches. Blue
and black prints made. Old maps re-
m.Im anTl mnntAjt T-nnAo-rantifaal
surveying and plotting. Drawings and
wokrlne plans executed promptly. Sew
erage and drainage planned, hud out
and construction superintended. .
you know, we are to .Vfrite lfte.anaweri I I I l" fnlfhnf ir.n
'pn our slates, and- before X thought 1 I. J - W UITUllUUi
1 - - -
New Bern, IS. C.
made four marks and counted up, Ten,
leven, twelve, thirteen,', and then, ;of
cpurse, I knew tnai wasux.meBou, aw
I wrote twelve for the answer to bt
i .i .. .. m . i j. ... , i
raur." xoum s viompamon.
Bate la Chmrah. f v
"Time wasi" says the London Chron
icle, "when men wore their bats in
phurch, andPepys evidently consia
ered it an nnnecessary piece of strict
ness to Insist on the bare bead lo
church. In bis diary for Nov, if, 16G1,
he has the entry, 'To church and beard
a simple fellow upon the praise of
church muslque and exclaiming against
men's wearing their bats on In church.'
"On Sept. 28 following he. vent to
the French church at thei Savoy,
where the minister do preach with bis
hat off, I suppose in further conformity
With our church.' i v
"Probably it was about this date
that, the custom of removing hats In
thgjjiurch began." ,j ' '
NEW RIVAIACTOrpLOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
outshootall other black j powder'shells, because they are made
;'? better snd loaded by exact machinery with the standard brands of 1
powder, shot snd wadding. ,:Trr them and you will be convinced. ,
ALL" REPUTABLE f DEALERS KEEP TUB 11
m m. aT a
mm at inf..-"-.-
D. t r, t
, ai!7Juit18,1H7H. DR.O. J. atorruTT My Dei? Slrt Junttae to rm rtnm.n''- '
nr3 C.. "".".1 .2" T,
j DisiThots,tf stnte", -i
th Bowel 1 -ml- cf
I Children 04 A?'.
the B Mn-'t, I
1S7 EUaldle; Ct.
Roach Food, Hooper's Fatal Food and
Sure Death to Moths, Bugs, etc. Also
The disinfectant that disinfects an
. We keep on hand a complete stock o
; ' , ' .
Perfumery, . ,
Tooth Brushes, &c
rhyslclans' Prescriptions a special
I Competitive Examiaatici for :
poiiitincnt ci ' Kayal Calet at
-Dfltcl States Naval
1 Notice Is i"" ' y f'ven that an es
nation will la L 1 tr iT rn,Z'
Carolina, on June i. Ji, 1 f :
iOr $ul S5 Mta tt C. J. W.ZmTT: M. I
fnTeiwtfiMiewith T(ntreinllftnt mr"tiiins, TKKTH1NA. Out litti Btrl, jtmtUM
tt -tritHiUiitt)f. Kvery rm4iiy was ax Haunted In th shape of prtif-nimn f rum f
C' MnufHl to I'ti off itir uh-( A'M urmng fever Oon tinuwl for d ivi at a time, h
hT nitHhMf dt!termil to try - ., and In a day or two t,i,i was ft
lb twweks wsr rtuljr,ftai' ''w IaLAiiINA, the IMh -. .i,f n.w n h w-.
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purpope of s-.'
nate for appo!
States Naval t-
the Third Cor;
North Carol:, i f
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