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TOE WEEEY -JOURNAL
Ftbliahed In Two Becttona, vmrj Tarn
day ud Friday, at Middle Street, BWW
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CHARLES L. STEVENS
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Seetlea Two, Friday July 4, 10
THE ROAD LEVELING SEA
SON. With dry and fairly hard , roads at
tab time of year, there la a dispoalUoa
to pat off the matter of making better
And yet this It the time when the
work of totaling public roadwaya can
beat be nndertaken, that getting the
road in thape and keeping them to, be
fore the bad weather season commence,
when the opportunity to work on the
public roadwaya li uncertain.
Wtththe work of leveling commenced
during tho dry season, and the roadways
well rounded up and kept o until the
Fall season eomes, or the rainy and cold
weather commences, there need be no
trouble for the farmer during next win
ter, en account of bad roads.
It (a because- travel la not seriously in
serts pled during the summer that all
effort towards road Work Is put off, and
this very postponement means In most
Instances that the bad weather will come
Without any work having been done to
prepare the roads during the season
when the work could hare been easily
and cheaply done.
There is always need of good roads,
and It Is at such seasons as the present,
that road work should be done, so that
when the weather becomes unseasonable
the roads will be in such condition that
there will be bo serious Interruption to
any kind of travel over them.
Road work is always In order and
seasonable, that travel may not be In
terrupted because of rain or snowt and
at this season the work of leveling
roada Is especially accessary, that they
may be placed In shape to resist the Fall
storms snd kept In condition for Whiter
THE WALTER CLARK ISSUE.
There can be no question but that
Walter Clark, his official and public ac
ttons, and his political status, Is an Im
portant matter and subject for criticism
la the State Democratic party, which far
out reaches every other Issue In the
party at present.
The reason for this is not hard to see
when It Is remembered that Mr. Clark 1s
a candidate for a most Important office
of trust, and one which, as he may fill It
officially, will do more to fix 'the exacjl
status of the State Democratic party,
than any other office which may be held
by a Democratic incumbent. .
This Walter Clark for-Chlef-Justlce-Issne,
aa It may be called, has for those
who defend It, which mans the nomi
nation of Walter dark for Chief Justice
of North Carolina, the simple defence of
saying, "look-at the several county
conventions and their t instructions,
do they not voice what the People
wanif" ' x
And those in opposition will say, "be
ware of Walter Clark," , and will proba
bly say further, like the following from
4k Raleigh Post, -
The opposition to Judge Clark Is not
imposition to Democracy, but In defence
of Its Integrity. His conduct on the
bench and his conspiring with Republi
cans and Populists, specially his secret
instigation of litigation and then sitting
In final judgment thereon, makes objec
tion to him fundamental and not dis
loyalty to Democracy. This Is the view
that good people ana sound, unswerving
'Democrats who est neither be cajoled
"nor whipped Into line take of this mat
ter. Hence ths to ?er ahead, the dan
ger of even to ranch breaking away from
party association at this means. We
who have for t fsrfwrty harmony all
our lives r.& t eruption with fear
and trembling at sorrow, and cannot
fall to take tOi ina of the -dangers
which this particular issue fosoee upon
the party, and we would be recreant to
duty, alike to party and self-conscience,
not to sound the alarm.aad warn against
a step which can promise only disaster,
auiuetater Knot lathe present con
test. - " . , :
1 v . .... ... . s - .
If County - Contention instructions
mean anything, then the Walter Clark
Issue would seem to be determln
al.ea'y, so far as his nomination this
triii'-h Is concerned, ' '-'
r. t la tie face cf tl.!s tiers ars Penio-
c '; ; T . -: '3 pre ' t li
.r '3T ' c - :
voters, who Win say there Is danger for
Democracy la the nominal loa of Waller
Clark tor Chief Justice.
To the looker on, there seisss to lurk
danger la the sHaaUoa. ,
Urgency for the nominal Ion on the
one aide, b not saeaniagleas, ss politics
And those asking that the Issue, name
ly the man, be studied front every side,
less there he fntur results arising which
the party mast answer for, this side
has not all Insincerity la lu position.
especially when It Is noted that no one
candidate la urged for the nomination
against Mr. Clark-
- With such an Issue, and regarded on
either aide it la a serious one, one de
manding careful political judgment, ere
It la definitely passed upon, the Demo
crats of the Btate cannot afford, majority
or minority to be haaty or over assertive
in their contentions.
Party principles to govern party
action require calm deliberation, there
fore how much greater the need for
caution, if a single man shall be the Is
sue, snd his election and public actions
mast be upheld and ever vouched for, by
the political party which electa him at
SETTLEMENT PER SENATORIAL
The recent sensational attack upon
Senator Beverldge of Indiana, by Sena
tor Bailey, of Texas, while It la unlike
the attack of Tillman upon HcLsurln,
in that it did not take place In the hall
of the Senate, is a disgraceful affair,
and one which detracts from the dlgnttj
and character, which should surround
the United States Senate and its Sena
tors. The fist as the chief argument in any
dispute, Is not regarded highly In these
days, when presumed gentlemen differ
upon private or public question,
if the fist Is to become the final argu
ment by which Senators are to settle
their quarrels, why shall not the Sena
tors employ men who sre versed In the
science of the "manly art," who may
settle these "unwarranted attacks" of
the mouth through the medium of s paid
pair of hard knuckles f
This would save the sacred persons,
themselves, from all disfiguring marks,
and also determine the question of physi
cal "bestness" through the second party,
who could be paid as per the amount of
punishment given his opponent.
But the Bailey-Beveridge incident is
one which has Injured both men, and
also cast a reflection upon the Senate, of
which they were members.
Stati or Ohio, City or Tolido, (
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
ji senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chknit & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and 8tate afore
said, and that said firm will pay ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
FRAJNK J. CHENEY,
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this 6lh dsof December,
A. D. 1886.
A. W. OLEABON,
seal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surf sees of the system. Send for
testimonials, f see. :
F.J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O.
' Sold by all Druggist.
Hairs Pamily Fill are the best
. . Ante, mm Ecaatplea.,
I eok at the birds in the trees," said
the man who wants to keep Bouse;
"they wouldn't think of living In a
Tea," answered his wife, "but look
at the ants. They always live in an
apartment house. And every one knows
that ants are smarter than birds."
-. A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured.
"At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," ssys Geo, E. Cary
editor, of the Guide, Washington, Vs.
"After using several well recommended
medicines without success, I tried Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and am pleased to
say that relief cease ss soon aa I began
Ita use and complete cure speedily fol
lowed." Bold by F. S. Duffy 4 Co. .
B Bollea II Dowm. "
A beginner In noanpuper work In a
southern town who occasionally "sent
stuff" to one of the New York dailies
picked up what seemed to blm a "big
story." lurrying io the telegraph of
fice he "queried" the telegraph editor:'
"Column story on so and so. Shall I
sendr gi V; v
i The reply -Wat brief and prompt, but
to the enthusiast unsntlsfactory. "Send
0O words,'' was ell it said. - i.
3 "Can't be told In less than J, 200," he
wired back. , Before ioug the reply
"Story of creation of world told In
00. Try lf-New York Post
- Yon may well expect to ran a steam
engine without water as to find an active
energetlo man with a torpid liver and
joumay know that , his food; Or feels
dull and languid after, eating often has
haadache -and sometime dizziness. , A
few doses of Chsmberlstn's Stomach and
Livor Tat' ts will restore his liver to its
normal f auctions, renew his vitality, Im
prove his d'estlon snd make him feel
s new man. ' Price 85 cents. Samples
f.' B st F. B. I r x Go's dm store.
Digests what yon eat
This preparation contains all of tbi
dtirestants and digests all kinds ol
food. It gives Instant relief sn.l never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after every thing else failed. - It
prevents formation cf gason the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
K can't ImI
bat do yta good
Prepared only by R.O. IlWrrr A Oa, Xlr)r
l'tes H. UUi ouautiat sh Uam U Wo. etaa
r. inu rv co
AkuHi Daly's Wit.
An actor who knew Augustln Daly
well told this story of the great theat
rical manngcr'a ready wit:
"We both chanced to be depositors in
snd victims of a bank which suspended
payment Like others, when the news
of the disaster became known we hur
ried off to the bank to pick up what in
formation we could, and coming down
the steps from the offices Into the street
Mr. Daly's foot caught In the mat, and,
with some difficulty, he managed to
save himself from falling. I was en
tering the building, and,, seeing the
mishap, I ran up, saying:
" 'I hope you have not hurt yourself.'
" Oh. no; thank you,' he replied. 1
only lost my balance.' "
Call st F. S. Duffy ft Co's drug store
sad get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are an
elegant physic. They also Improve the
appetite, strengthen the digestion and
regulate the liver and bowels. They are
easy to take and pleasant In effect.
Trout are cannibals, and it Is a moot
question whether In some waters large
trout should not be systematically de
stroyed. Dartmoor fishermen are In
favor of killing them. They say that
fish in their streams of oue pound to
two pounds weight are hardly ever
caught by ordinary means and live en
tirely on their own brethren. A two
pound Devon trout is probably respon
sible for the death of several stones'
weight of his own kind. Nature Notes.
Need More Help.
Often the over-taxed organs of diges
tion cry out for help by Dyspepsia's
pains, Nausea, Dizziness, Headaches,
llvei complaints, bowel disorders. Such
troubles call for prompt use of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are gentle,
thorough and guaranteed to cure. 25c at
C. D. Bradham's drug store.
Naming- the II y inn.
A story Is told of a negro evangel
ical minister who held night services In
a chapel formerly used by the Angli
can church. In n hyiunal which had
been left he found on old familiar
hymn suttablc for his sermon, but the
Roman number CXIX somewhat con
fused blm, and be was embarrassed as
to bow to announce the hymn. As was
the custom, be rend the stanzas through,
seeming still confused. He then re
read the first stanzas, which did not
seem to aid blm in helping the congre
gation, now very much bewildered.
Proving redoubtable, be straightened
himself up and seemed to grasp the sit
uation at a glance and in a stentorian
voice exclaimed, "Brethren, let us sing
the Skee-six hymn."-New York Trib
Poisoning tbe System.
It Is through the bowels that the body
Is cleansed of Impurities. Constipation
keeps these poisons in the system, caus
ing headache, dulness and melancholia
at first, then unsightly eruptions and
finally serious Illness unless a remedy -Is
applied. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
prevent this trouble by stimulating the
liver and promote easy, healthy action
of the bowels. These little pills do not
act violently but by strengthening the
bowels enable them to perform their
own work. Never gripe or distress. F.
Tk Wont Troable.
"Is there anything liurder to bear
than real troublei" I asked the Intellec
tual man who sat next to me In . tbe
' "Only Imaginary trouble," he replied.
-Judge,. . .. . .. . :.;..'
If you get rich, yon must make mon
ey during dull times. Atchison Globs.
YOU IKOW WHAT YOU ARE TAXING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that. It
Is simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless
form. No euro no pay. Price 60c. '
. ARvmiirkable Com-,
. A renin rknlilc Instance of the loss and
recovery of spwcli Is recorded In Glas
gow, snys n. Ixmdon paper. ' A police
constable was am-sted on a series of
charges of theft from warehouses, and,
as a result of tbe shock caused by bis
apprehension, tie lost bis power of
speech. He was found not guilty of the
charge laid against blm. but. being
dumb, was unable to resume bis duties
as a policeman, and a gratuity of 63
jwas given him. After the lapse of sev
eral weeks bis power of speech has re
turned to blm. ,
Vacation Days. ,
Vacation time Is here and the children
are fairly living out of doors. There
could be no healthier place for them.
You need only to guard against the ac
cidents incidental to most open air
sports. No remedy equals DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping
pain or removing danger of srrlout con
sequences, For cuts, scalds and wounds
"I uied DeWitt's Witch Uszel Salve for
sores, cuts snd bruises," says L. B. John
son, Swift, Tex. "It Is ths best remedy
on the market." Burs cure for piles and
skin dlarsBcs. Deware of counterfeits.
F. S. Di '.
Charter Grante. the Uidenrrlter
Afency Co. of Elizabeth City.
Enquiries Csaeeralag Mr. aa! Mrs.
Tasghas. Ssperlateadeat sf
' Sick. Ns Clss U
the Murderer ;
Ralsioh, July 1. State superintend
ent of Public Instruction Joyaer I quite
sick at Greensboro, his home.' His phy
sician says it will be some days before
he can leave his room.
A charter was granted to the Bander
Un Underwriting Agency Company, of
Elisabeth City, with $25,000 capital The
charter gives it extensive privileges, In
cluding power to deal In real estate,
Inquiries are made of persons hero a
to what part of North Carolina Mr. and
Mrs. Vaughan came from, who commit
ted suicide st Geneva, Switzerland last
week. In a house In which they spent
their honeymoon, 25 years ago. No one
here can give any Information regard
ing them. It U said they were natives
of this State but lived In Oregon a
ber of years.
The penitentiary has discontinued
mattress tasking Msj. W. H. Martin,
the defaulting ex clerk of the Btate
treasury, who waa a mattress maker, Is
now a hospital steward at the Caledonia
There is no clue yet to the murderer
of Mrs. Catherine White, though a half
witted young white man, who frequent
ly loitered about her home, is suspected.
Her hesd was crushed with an axe,
which was beside her.
"I Stood In a Draught
with my coat off and caught this wretch
ed cold," ssys the sufferer. He need not
pay a heavy penalty If he follow his act
of folly with sn act of wisdom. Soak the
feet In hot water with a few tesspoonful
of Perry Davis' Painkiller in it- Take a
tesspoonful of Painkiller in hot sweet
ened wster st bed time and be thankful
for so simple and speedy a way to break
up a cold. There Is but one Talnktller,
Licenses Granted Dentists.
Special to Journal.
Rai.eigh, July 1 The following were
today granted licenses as Dentists by
the State Board of Dental Examiners.
Twenty-six were examined, snd twenty
vJThey were, S A McAnally, L C Smith
M C Horton, C E McManus, B J Dur
ham, P A Dixon, D N Hicks, Isaac W
Jamison, J H Newbury, P T Gordon, C
F Glenn, N T Holland, W A Hayes, J J
Yan Noppen, n D Harper, J R Erlng
haus, Z K Justice, C A Little, F H Pitt
man, J A Carlton, O II Arnold(colored),
W A Pethcl (colored), E B Tucker, B H
Neck and Neck.
Interest in the speaking trumpet con
test Is dally growing exciting. Both
sides have staunch friends and they have
shown and will show their loyalty In a
splendid manner. The votes as counted
Friday night stand: Atlantic 276, Button
801. Makings total or Atlantic 713;
England nlone has twice as many
cotton spindles ns there are in this
country, but this will assuredly be
changed lu the long run, and tbe spin
ning of the American crop will be done
at home. The crop, however, Increases
faster than the home spindles, and it
will be years before we can drive out
of this or that market the goods of for
eign spinners. The task calls for the
best efforts of New England as well
as of southern manufacturers. Ameri
can mills should pull together. The
south Is content to spin and to weave
the coarser goods, and New England
has a wide field in the making of tbe
finer forms into which cotton Is put
nowadays. nirniingliiim Age-Herald.
Saved From an Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I bod consumption,'
writes Mrs. A. M. Fhields, of Chambers
burg, P.i',I was so low after six months
of severe sickness, caused by Hay Fever
snd Asthma, that few thought I could
get well, but I learned of the marvelous
merit of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, used It, and was com
pletely e ured." For desperate Throat
and Lung Diseases it is tbe safest care
in the world.and Is Infallible for Coughs,
Colds and Bronchial Affections. Guar
anteed bottles 50c and f 1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C. D. BradhamV
"'ii; iTki) Te Heed. - ,'
. "You ought to have a change of
scene," said tbe physician.
"But, my dear sir," protested the pa
Cent, "I am a traveling man by profes
sion." v - '
"Well, that's the point Stay home
awhile and see something besides hotel
rooms and depots." Washington Star.
Mr. W. 8. Whedon. Cashier or the
First Nstlonsl Bsnk of Winterset, Iowa
in a recent letter gives some experience
s carpenter in his 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 account of being troubled with
dia.'rhoea. I mentioned to blm that I
had been similarly troubled and Ihst
Cbsmberlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy had cured me. He bong' t
a bottle of it from the druggist here " J
informed me that one dose curt 1 I i,
sad is sgaln at L!s work." Fore "a! j
F. S. Duy & Co.
ricsuat Sufey School Ercat Waler
axtoni arc fclpe.
Jalyl Wsare having fine "weather
for eottoa and corn.
Ths Journal reports having received a
eottoa blossom oa ths 96, there were
plenty of them hero on the SOth and
other places had them on the .13la .not
The Prsabyterlaa Sunday School aader
the able tsaaagement of 8a pt O W
White and IB Barns, kaa had their pic
nic and It waa a success all rouad, every
one eajoyad It. ,
Miss Birdie Kooncs Of Trenton is visit
lor her brother Dr rj K Koonce of this
Mrs M A Brinkley has ths first water-
saelon ea ths Starke ws havs seas, they
were raised by her oa her farm
miles below here. Boms of them sold
for 40 eeals apiece. They were very fine
' Miss Ada Barry, who has been spend
ing tbe spring at this place returned
home last Saaday to the regret of many
friends. " "
Miss Julia Sanderson Is spending this
week hero visiting friends sad rela
Dr. E. W. Ward ia very feeble at his
home la this plsoe. s .
Miss Llla M. Koonee Is very sick with
typhoid fever at Mrs. J. H. BelL
Prof. W. D. Barnes snd wife d Lawn
dale, N. were visiting ; at this place
last week. - ' "'
' Mr. Bartinus Oliver of this place has
bought the house and lot of Prof. Burns
oa Mala St.
Rev. V. G. Brlltian preached a very
beneficial sermon hero last ; Saaday
night. 8ubect, "Little 81ns." Brother
Brittlan handled the subject manfully.
Mrs, Amis and Ml Male Hont, of
New Bern were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Shepard here laat week.
Don't Fail to Try This
Whenever an honest trial Is given to
Electric Bitters for any trouble it Is rec
ommended for a permanent cure will
surely be effected. It never falls to tone
tbe stomach, regulate tbe kidneys and
bowels, stimulate the liver. Invigorate
the nerves and purify the blood." It's a
wonderful tonic for run-down systems.
Electric Bitters positively cures Kidney
and Liver Troubles, 8tomach Disorders,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, and expels Malaria.
Satisfaction guaranteed by C. D. Brad
bam. Only 50 cents. '.
The View Maeeallae.
"I tell you, sir," said the sad eyed
passenger with tbe bargain counter tie,
"all women are born gamblers." '
"That's right," observed thai jewelry
drummer. "I know of several who
played hearts to catch diamonds."
Chicago Newa. ,., ... ..... .-,.-., -
Bears ths i Int Kits Yon Haw Always Bottght
"Your new office boy may, be all
right, but bo st.inmiers so." ',
"That's the beauty of It If a client
calls when I've stepped out for a mo
ment, I bare time to get back before
the boy gets through explaining where
I've gone and when I'm expected to re
turns-Philadelphia Press. A j:
: , . RELIEF HI SIX HOURS.
Plstressing Kidney and Bladder Dis
ease relieved in six hours .by "New
Great South Amkbicah Risks? Cure.
It is s great surprise on account of Us
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, la male or
female. Relieves retention of water al
most Immediately. ' If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. Bold
by O. Bradham, Druggist ? . t
;" - . .. . CleaUMtatt...'.. ' '
"How xlean and Xresn the landscape
looks today" said Mrs. Hilasd to her
husband. - - I- ..?
"I read something In tbe paper about
detectives .scouring tbe country, ex
plained Mr. HilSjUd. Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
- - ' ' i.
If a Man Lie to Ton,
And say some other, salve,' ointment,
lotion, oil or alleged healer Is a good as
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, tell him thirty
years of marvelous cures of Ples,Burns,
Bolls, Corns," Felons, Ulcers, Cuts,
Scald, Bruises and Skin - Eruptions
prove It's the best and cheapest 25c. .at
C. D. Bradham's drug store, '
.. r ':.:''stm
"Miss Birdie," said the young finan
cier, edging a little nearer, "I believe
you and I would make a strong combi
nation if we were to to merge,, as it
And they subsequently aergedChI
cago Tribune. .. - k
The Best frescripUon for Malaria.
Chills and Fever Is s bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Toma It is simply
Iron and quinine ia a tasteless form. No
euro no pay. Price 60o. -
A Parados. : -
"That friend of yours Is a. wiry little
renow." ..... .. ..
"Eh! How can that be? He's a wire
less promoter."-Cleveland Plain Deal-
- Saves a Woman's life,'
To have given up would - have meant
death for Mrs. Lots Crsgg, of . Dorches
ter, Mass. For years she had endured
untold misery from a severe lung trou
ble snd obstinste eough."Oflen," sh
writes, I could scarcely ' breathe and
sometimes could not speak. All doctors
snd remedies failed till I nsed Dr King's
New Discovery for Consumption and
wsa completely cured,"'. EuiTeror from
coi'slis, old-i, Throat and Lung Trou
l'f) seed W gr:;d re'"',f!y, for It nevw
.... , po'.-u. Care t t i: ,.ltv$ ly CD
r-..;'.:.,i. Price 6ne -l '
.-W.,, ,,. p. tT .tijfu of MrVa Ua
I. 1'w.ii.i.lUI ItMajt lata a ( Uai half full of arnur aa4
With W. j i i ypor Uroal ufvaa it will qiucaly ewe liar laroak, -
; , fcet always fresh In your memory: v.
' For Cats. Hashes and all Open 8ores, yon
need only to apply . , , ,
f exlcan ?fus!an iniment t .
. few times and the soreness and inflammation win
be conquered ana tno wounaea nean neaiea.
i V 7 ttfi'bwk wsutta you siibuld saturate a piece
" ' ofeoftclothwith the liniment and bind it upon the '
.C.' .' wound as you irqaul a poolU.
r. .a-y ' ".: '.i : - , ... .' .
1CrD stU CVC ii M your poultry and at the very Brat sign of
AtCr All tIC UI1 Hoop, Scaly Legs, Bumblefoot or other
diseass among your fowls use Mexican Mustang Liniment. -
A combination of theory and practice, of book-study and manual work in
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r 80 teachers, 869 students, new building
E t the A. & M. College."
.:... . . . . . . .r. . .1. . . :j". - .
State, Normal and
now with suitable Neckwear for Summer.
The most indispensable' articles of , wear
tor the tidy dresser.
- Just in by express a line ot Beauties.
Not a Tie in the
99 Middle Street
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All persona who have anything in the Millinery Line will do well
to SEE MISS PARKER. before buying. ; I have decided to close out
the entire stock AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OP.
. Everything must go, including New Line of Ribbons just in.
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for 600. Write for booklet "A Day i
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Session opena September 18th. . Expenses $100 to $140;
for non-residents of the rleate $160. Faculty of 83 members.
Practice and Observation School connected with the College.
Correspondence invited from those desiring competent teach
ers and stenographers. To secure board in tlie dormitories all
free tuition applications should be made before July 15th.
t ar catalogue ana ower imormation aaaress
PRESIDENT CHARLES D. flclVER,
'GREENSBORO, N. C.
lot but that is up-to-
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