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H. G. ae second-class matter,
Section Oae, Tuesday, Aat;. SB, 1908
Intelligent and persistent advertising
is as great a (actor In the successful for
tune getting, as It ever was.
Xrea the strennousnen of the present
age doea not fail to recognize the im
portance of advertising, especially news
Publicity each month and year be
comes more a business necessity, for
with the growth and advancement in
education, the reading public grows
larger and larger, and to it, the mer
chant with goods, the manufacturer
with wares, and even the office seeker
must present themselves through the
press, In order td receive the attention
which they most secure, in order to sue
ceed, each in his own way.
The rush of affairs today, Is very great
j et the successful applicant for public
attention can so advertise that the rush'
log throng must read and stop to deal,
no matter if it again takes up Its wild
And this advertising is not of today,
It was yesterday, is again in stronger
view today, and strengthens its hold
upon the public, by appearing again to
morrow, In new aspect, perhaps. With
a change of language, but still telling
the story which wins trade and cus
It is the persistent advertising appeal
which presents Itself each morning,
noon and night to the public which both
attracts attention, and brings trade to
the merchant following the course of al
There may be dull months in trade,
but no day, week or month can be safely
sacrificed by any merchant, and let past,
upon the plea that It Is too dull to ad
Spasmotic advertising has ever proven
a failure in securing real, big results,
while every notable success has come
through the persistent course of being
! before the public,, every day in the
PROMISING APPLE CROP.
Housewives will be glad to leant that
while foodstuffs show a continued ad
vance and summer fruit for preserving
. purposes has been high there will be
inch a bountiful apple crop that no
"corner" could possibly be created that
Would advance prices above the mini
mum commonly found in years when the
fruit is abundant and of excellent quali
ty. .Reports received by the Chicago
a Chronicle from all the jleadln apple
growing sections areastremely flatter
tng for an .apple crop, even better in
many tecpecU than that of 1890. -;' , "
i few except those in the? trade realize
the Immense growth of the commercial
apple area ia theUnlted States, to which
. subject Prof. W. A..Taylor, nomologist
In charge of field -investigation for the
1 1 pepartment of Agriculture- at Washing
ton, recently devoted a paper Wthe
i .convention of National Apple Shippers
Uti Rochester, Nr. tV In this paper Profes
sor Taylor, using , Government statistics
up to Jnne 1908, saldV II? ' if " tj
"The total of trees of bearing age in
y9 thsotnaercial crchardat of the United
i3 Btates uptoJune.lv ifcW is 810,000,000,
an increase of ' 7r,000,000, ot more than
0 per cent. i'U gtoait,BeB jPafi-,
wine a i f'tlnu ..f the country there
'- 'gy fajiaes4 u?s paal as la the f
$ V Mfooss BaJdm artha py reglon.iiIt
is now assuredly true hat, the great ap
ple bia of the TJnite4 States) &as been
shifted to west of the Allenhanies.
Considering the fact that the East,
with it famous Baldwin and greening,
has been generally conceded as the frait
aroduclBg section (n ihlt line the above
statement' will be "astonishing to those
who have'not been, better posted.' Still
more so, perhaps, when it U known that
.e East not alone supplies Its ,'own sec
tion la jc-rs of nor.!aal crop,' tut wllh
C::: 'i!ia'-o Or t'i.!j tie
whole siport trad demand. This
leaves the Wast with the larger half ef
the total crop to be seed la evaporating,
p wean lug and other procaswi. The re
sult this season, if the erop prospects do
not change, will be to give housewives
their pick of the beat fruit for preserv
ing at nominal prices.
The Congressional nomination in the
Sixth North Carolina district, which
was made last week at Fayetteville,
seems to have been one of considerable
local bitterness, Judging from reports.
Toon who band has been familiar
with the politics of this district, and
more especially with the men who have
been identified with the Democracy of
the district, it seems singular that such
an expression aa "any one to beat him,"
supported by the effort to a successful
conclusion, should have been directed
against John D. Bellamy of Wilming
ton. Aa a Congressman, It ia not shown
that Mr. Bellamy, had committed any
act, which should have made him a tar
get for Democratic darts of spleen from
his people of the district.
Yet "any oae to beat him," Is not a
pleasant situation for a man to face, par
ticularly for a man of the Bellamy type.
Not that John D. Bellamy Is fearful of
any political contest, but it has been the
history of the Bellamys that this family
haa been Illustrious In its political fights
against the enemies of Democracy, rather
than in those affairs which have taken
place within the party's rankii.
Again to one intimate with the Inside
of political matters In tLe Sixth, It is not
hard to remember when a Bellamy was
eagerly sought at each electlnu, and
early In every political campaign, to lend
his time, energy and brain, and give of
hla money, to promote and aid Demo
But perhsps these things are loo old
to be lemenibered by those who would
prefer to look at today, wLen a nomina
tion means easy political running, and
nat recall the time when nominations
went unsought when It meant individ
ual sacrifice, not personal glory, to be
come a Democratic nominee in the Sixth
And to one who remembers, it Is not
by any means forgotten that there was a
Bellamy In those days, and that meant a
great deal to Democracy.
Surely Democracy has greatly ad
vanced in the Sixth, when the slogan
can be "anyone to beat Bellamy!"
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Ball's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY &CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F J
Cheney for the last MS years, and believe
him pefectry .honorable in all business
and financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their firm.
Wan & Trcax,. Wholesale Druggists,
t Toledo, O.
WLIIli KlMUH .& MARVINIWhole-
, sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75c. per bottle.Sold by
, Hall's Family Pills are the best.
"I wonder," began the man with the
investigating mania, "what makes ba
'Probably," butted in the practical
fellow, "contemplation of some of the
things they're in danger of being like
when they grow up." Baltimore News.
M mat Be Good.
Young Husband My dear Melanle,
I must say that, this padding tastes
Wife All Imagination, denr; It says
In the cookery book that it tastes ex
cellent! s i. All; Were Saved.
- f For years I suffered such untold mi
sery from Bronchitis," writes X H John
ston, of Broughton, Ga., "that often I
was unable to work. Then, when every
thing else failed, I was wholly cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. .My wife suffered intensely from
Asthma, till it cured her, and all our ex
perience goes to show it is the best
Croup medicine in the world." A trial
wOl convince you It's unrivaled for
Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed
bottles 50c and 11.00. Trial bottles free
at CD. Bradham's.
f , The Plymouth Bock.
i A schoolteacher in one of the charm
ing' rural'' suburbs of Philadelphia,
Where fancy gardening and the rais
ing ef, Philadelphia fowl" are gen
eral among the residents, recited to the
class) the story of the landing' of the
pilgrims, .and, aa the children had been
taking up the work, she requested each
scholar to try to draw from the 1m-agination-
a picture of the Plymouth
rock; -iTues it Was that the little fellow
got aa4 raised hie hand, .f
Well, Willie, what is ltr naked the
V vpieaae,! ma'am, do yon want a hen
or a . rooster drawn 7" came the unex
pected reply. ? ' ,s r :y '..,';-A
"f:'"k Necessary Precaution.;- i.
Don't neglect a cold, . It la worse than
unpleasant It is dsngerouf. By using
One Minute Cough Cure you can curs it
at once.' Allayi-lnflammatlon, clears the
head, soothes and strengthens the mu
cous membrane. Cures coughs, croup
throat and lung troubles. Absolutely safe
Acts immediately. Children like It F 8
DIaests wli&t yoa e.te
This preparation contains an of the
dlgest&nts and digest all kinds ot
rooa. It gives instant reuer ana new
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The moat sensitive
stomachs can take It. By Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation or gas on tho stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
It can't htlp
but do yon good
Pre px rod on! j by R. O. DiWm : Oa, Ohira,
Hmm U- buuig coouuos 1 Ulna Um IOc. 1U
. turrr a co.
A good Intention makes but a short
To be happy one must bare nothing
The first and worst of all frauds Is
to cheat oneself.
The slave la not she who Is sold, but
she who gives herself.
Happy Is he who is not obliged tc
sacrifice any one to duty.
For all misfortunes there are two
remedies time and silence.
' The greatest, the atrongest, above all
the cleverest, man is he who knows
how to wait
His SiaTht Threatened,
''While picnicking last month my 11-year-old
boy wss poisoned by some weed
or plant," says W H Dibble, of Sioux
City, la. "He rubbed the poison off his
hands into his eyes and for a while we
were afraid he would lose sight. 'Finally
a. neighbor recommended DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salve. The first application helped
him and In a few days he was as well as
ever." For skin diseases, cuts, burn,
scalds, wounds, insect bites, DeWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve Is sure cure. Relieves
piles at once. Beware of Counterfeits.
F. S. Duff
Several stories are told of Tenny
son's thoughtless speeches. "What llsh
Is this?" he once asked his hostess
where ho was dining. "Whiting," she
replied. "The meanest fish there is,"
he remarked, quite unconscious that he
could have wounded any one's feelings.
Vet his kindness of heart was such
that when his partridge was afterward
given hlai almost raw be ate steadily
through it for fear his hostess might
On one occasion Tennyson was ver:
rude to Mrs. Brotherton, a neighbor
at Freshwater. The next day he cams
to her house with n great cabbage
under each arm.
"I heard you like these, so I brought
them," ho said genially. It was his
idea ot a peace offering.
Scatters all Records.
Twice In hospital, F. A. Qullcdge, Ver
bena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doct. rs
to cure a severe case of piles, causing
24 tumors. When all failed, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve soon cured him. Subdues
Inflammation, conquers Aches, kills
Pains. Best salve In the world. 35c. at
C. P. Bradham's drugstore.
A Mualeul Dent.
The Coui-rler de Taris relates that a
party of men. sitting In front of a
boulevard cafe, were recently ap
proached by a man who had a clarinet
In his hand and who said: "Gentlemen,
excuse nio. I have to make my living,
but 1 suppose you would rather give
mo a eou not to hear me." They took
the hint. lie repeated this perform
ance several times till one day one of
the men said lie felt like hearing a
tuue and asked him to play. "I am sor
ry," said the ninn with the clarinet;
"but I cannot pluy a note."
Just Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightly step, fault
jess skin, rich, rosy complexion, smiling
face. She looks good, feels good. Here's
her secret She uses Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Result, all organs active,
digestion good, no headaches, no chance
for "blues." Try them yourself. Only
16c at C. D. Bradham's.
A French naturalist claims that there
are few if any animals which have a
higher appreciation of music than
snails. Place some snails on a pane of
glass, he says, and you will find that
as they move over it they will make
musical sounds similar to those which
a person can- produce by wetting his
finger and then rubbing it around a
glass tumbler. Complete airs, he points
out, have been played on tumblers In
this way, and he expresses the opinion
that Quite as good results can be ob
tained by using snails instead of fin
gers. A : ." -v ;' - 1 : , v-
Beanthe Kind wH.W shawl Bought
Blond ' Bridesmaid The ushers
haven't seated your Aunt Maria with
Other Bridesmaid (sister to the bride)
-noi Bias svut oui m yiun iwi uim,
. Use Hsncock's Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, Ringworm, Dsndruff.
and all skin diseases. For sale at F. P.
Duffy's. , ' r"- -f,."'
Hate Harnra It. " I'fi
"MoiMtalkV asseverated Gilder-
sleeve, r :
1 am not so sure of that," retorted
ThrocJnnorton. "It is not on speaking
terms with me." Detroit Free press.
The Bestmscrlptloa for Malaria. -
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Gbovi'i
Tabtblbss emit Tokio. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Price SOc F ; '
X ' O.ia, fc- - XI X Am ' -
Beats tts ' ' A HM TW Haw BOlp
Tne Sute Party Without DeCoite
Plan for Convention.
Next Agrlcaltaral Seport te he Is-
ssed September 1. Flva Negroes '
Narrowly Escape Lyacklag.
Repert or Verperatlea
CosiBtlssioB. New Or -nameatal
Rauigh, Aug. 28. The local Repub
licans have not the slightest idea of
what their convention at Greensboro
next Thursday will do. They admit as
much. One of them sars onlv Senator
Pritcbard and one or two of the other
leaders do know. He .added that the
convention will be composed ot dele
gates named by the connty committees
In many cases, as In Wake for Instance,
and that of course these will simply fol
low directions and do as they are told to
do. This appears to be a anlte accurate
view of the status of affairs.
Senator Simmons' left today for Wash
lngton, D. C. to be there several days.
Col. A. B. Andrews of the Southern
R. R. who is spending this month at
Hot Springs, N. C, went to New York
Tuesday. He will come he.-e tomorrow
and go at once to Hot Springs.
Auditor Dixon has returned from a
tour in Mecklenburg, Gaston and Cleve
land, looking after taxation of corpora
tions. He atopped a day at Greensboro
to attend the Confederate re-unlon at
Greensboro, which he says was the lar
gest yet held in the State, there being
2500 registered and at leant 600 not reg
istered. He goes to Warren ton tomor
row to make an address at a Confeder
ate re-unlon and educational rally.
The commissioner of agriculture to
day sent out tho inquiries to which the
1J0O correspondents will give the crop
report for September. The report will
give the condition of all crops Septem
The live negroes who were brought
here last night from Henderson in order
that the one who shot train porter
Mitchell might identify the one who
shot him, would havo been lynched at
the Johnson street station of the Sea
board Air Line here if a leader of a mob
could have been found. There were
plenty of men, white and black, there
present, who were ready to lynch the
negroes, certainly the two Coles, father
and son, had a leader been found.
K. 8. Finch of Charlotte is trying to
get an option on the State swamp lands
In Craven county, at 50 cents an acre.
A cash offer of V, cents an acre for
these lands was refused today.
The report of the corporation commis
sion on State, private and savings bunks
up to July 16, is made public today. The
total resources are $18,791,224; loans and
discounts $12,810,408; deposits subject
to check 11,078,837, capital stock $3,
806,408; surplus $674,723; undivided
The addition to the Pilot cotton mill
here, which will double its capacity, is
The revolutionary cannon presented
by the town of Edenlon to the State
museum have arrived here. The cannon
from old Fort Caswell are expected next
week, and will be at once placed in the
M aitxand, Fla, October 10th. 1001
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti
Gentlemen: I have had Eczema over
thirty years, have tried many remedies
prescribed by various physicians, but to
nothing has the disease yielded so read
ily as to Liquid Sulfiiub. I think If
used properly it is undoubtedly a speci
fic for Eczema. I have prescribed it for
others with most satisfactory results. I
consider it the best remedy for cuta
neous affections I have ever known, and
regard It as the greatest medical discov
ery of the age.j
W. A. HEARD, M. D.
For sale at F.;8. Duffy's.
While we ie:ji! h!:it wo :i:u!:e his
tory. Every ;;.-c'::t crisis oC li;::r.r.:t his
tory Is n pr.es of Tlurir.opjinj; and
there Is always a Lconldas and his
800 to die in It If they cannot conquer.
And so long ns liberty has one martyr,
so long as o::e drop of blood Is poured
out for her, so Ions from that bloody
sweat of the agony of humanity shall
spring hosts as countless as the forest
leaves and mighty ns the aca. George
It is with joy I tell you what Kodol
did for me. I was troubled , with my
stomach for several months. Upon be
ing advised to use Kodol, I did so, and
words cannot tell the good It has , done
me. A neighbor had the dyspepsia so
that be had tried most everything. I told
him to use EodoL; Words ot gratitude
have come to me from him ' because I
recommended it. Geo. W. i Fry, Viola,
Iowa. Health and strength of mind and
body, depend on the stomach, and nor
mal activity of the digestive organs. Ko
dol, the great reconstructive tonic, cures
all stomach and bowel troubles,' indiges
tion, dyspepsia. Kodol digests any good
food you eat. Take a dose after meals,
F 8 Duffy. ' t ' , va
Tar Vrata Tow Marh. ' '
"Jedge' sald the colored prisoner, "Is
1 expected ter tell de truth?" - t
. "Of course you are. , ,
, "Well, then, des go ahead en sentence
me fust" Atlanta Constitution. "
" ; K Needs a Tonic -;
There are times when your liver needs
a tonic Don't give purgatives that gripe
and weaken. DeWltt's Little Early Risers
expel sll poison from the. system and act
as tonic to the liver. W Scott, 531 High
land ave., Hilton, Ha. rayt; "I have car
ried DeWltt's Little Early Risers with
me for several years and would not be
without them." Small and easy to U'a
purely Jvegetable. The never gripe or
distress. F.S. Duffy.. -
The Socthera railway is to he doable
tracked from Waahlagtoa. D. C ,' to At
laata,Ge... - . ? ( r , , .
' V " v1; -'- I' ' '
Sensational movement la the corn
market eaused a little scurrying among
ths bears oa change. . .. . . .
The Shea of Persia, who is aow s vls
Uoi la England gave a lnarhaoa to the
Persian Embassy which cost $18,000. A
fall dinner given oa the same seals
would probably have cost 1180,000.
Seventeen deaths from small pox hare
occurred fat the Tillage of Stone Gap,
Wise pointy, Virginia. The people are
terror strloksa and are leaving the com
n unity in large numbers.
- Jane Woolsey, a moonshiner ot Ken
tuckytra trial before the U. a Court U
so fat she cannot get through the court
room door. Permission has been granted
to hold court In the open air. for her
It Is said that the Porte Is becoming
more polite and pliable to Uncle Sam's
demands, and has signified its. willing
ness to restore certain papers, and re
build certain missions that were de
stroyed during the American massacres.
Natal Reserves Disbanded.
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, Aug. 22. An order was is
sued today disbanding the Klnston Divi
sion Naval Brigade upon the recommen
dation of Inspector General.
The lAmerlcan republic must Mve.
Popular commotion and partisan fury
may dashtthelr mod waves against it,
but they shall roll back shattered,
spent. Persecution shall not shake it,
fanatlcfem distort It nor revolution
change (it, ! but it shall stand towering
sublime, lHke the last mountain in the
deluge, while the earth rocks at its
feet anfl the thunders peal above its
head majestic, Immutable, magnifi
cent Wendell Phillips.
Frank C. Andrews the banker wrecker
who was found guilty of embezzling
$ 1,000,000 from the City Savings Bank at
Detroit Mich, was sentenced In Recorder
Court of that city to JlSJjears hard labor
in the State prison at Jackson.
"Do -yon know what happens to little
lys w ho pmoke?"
"1'epj. Dey gits bothered by fool
r , Kxrraordlaarr.
, "I havo noticed," said Willie Spank
er, "that u felt slipper is not felt so
much as one which Is not felt at all."
Choice of Kvtla.
As lintel promenades these days V
'Tia hard to make election ,
It she shall fade her parasol .
Or freckle her complexion. V
New York Frees.
Prickly heat on red in one application
by using of Hancock's Liquid Sulphur,
It will also cure Eczema, Fetter, Pimp-
left, Ringworm, Dandruff, Cuts, Burns,
Old SoreB, and all skin troubles In a
short time, when used ss directed. For
scle at F. S. Duffy's Drug Store.
1 Jonea Dear me! You any you often
Ia;v down the law to your wife. How
dq you go about it?
Bones Why, all you need is flrnv
toess. I usually go into my study, lock
the door and do it through the key
'hole. 1 There are three things about the
jnorth pole that have never been dis
covered exactly twhere' it is, (what it is
nd why It Is.
Take a bath in Hancock's Liquid Bui
phur. They are superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will cure
Prickly heat. Eczema, and all skin dis
eases. For sale by F. 8. Duffy.
Ukadttaa Old War. Beat.
"unagev'faaked Mrs. DelLeon, "can
yoa cook onieclentlficiprlnclplesT'. ,.
, - "Sure, rnaTam, jjvhafs the matter
mtn cookln' on atraoger.asked sen-
athla TtrMiro '. . i- '
Look Pleasant, Please. , ,
- Photographer C. O. Harlan, of Eaton,
O., can do so now, though fori years he
couldn't, because he suffered untold
agony from the worst form of indigest
ion. AIL physicians and medicines failed
to help Um till he tried Electric Bitters,
which, worked such wonders ' for . him
that be declares they are a godsend to
sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. Unrivaled for diseases of the
Stomach," Liver and Kidneys, they build
up and give new life to the whole sys
tem. Try them. Only 60c Guaranteed
by O. Dw Bradham,,drugglsU : r
. Tips v.eivralwuyAJ out of harmony
Hvlth t.- ln.rendoToiaDdigelf respect
of trctyAnxaicurjo. Good) pay. for good
work,, with liio. un earned gratnl ties, in
ShouU botheteustom. fTtosvare degrad
ing .'both, to Ailvem ss secel vers, and
andiinexcusnbie. Ittcwnooteridure. '
, No club of any xeah distinction and
importance penrdts the sgivrog.et rjps
.within its, Jurmdlctloia aud the prac
tice of altrtrlbutlDg gifts forVervlces
which have been avmpry'smd evjen gen.
erousiy remunernted t ha i nov basis
iwhfch,lsiwise ajuhwstsoBMi Never
yet has there beenaatarguraeiit in
apology J for Cbia ; ssbuse (which waa
a' "SiaiajaaS"aaaSBWaaawaaWSBBa ''
Ton t'KKow iraix tou aws taxog
rhen you take Grove's- Ts.eless Chill
Tonic, beuanse the formula Is .plainly
prlxtw oa every boiUe showing that it
Is simply iron and ijulnlne la a tasteless
l,.3i. JTo cure ro pf y. Price CSo,
YC'J V.1SE iVLItrW
and a cure way to trcat'a case of Sore
Throat in order to kill disease germs
and insure healthy throat action is to
take half a glassfull of water put into
it a teaspoonful of
ondwHb this pnrgle tha throat at freqnt interrala.
The i lti th mibii.lo cf tlie throat thoroughly with the Hut- ,
meiit and after doturftliwjrTOmoa m .soft cloth oud wrap,
around the nock. It is a POBITIVK CUKE.
25o., 60c. and 61.00 a bottle.
m aa UAII Ka
II MAT DC IUU sore
aau Mustana LUwucut und
Costs Only 25 cents
Or auU tt eeati U C.
W ban haadM Dr. Moffatt'i TKETHINA (TMlhlu
and trade aa a proprietary medtefne, and our trade la it haa eteedily taenaeed from year to year naUl our ordan
bow amount to two or three hundred arose per year, whieh a a rary etroac arldeaoa of It BMrlt and the aaUefaolioa S
biinctotnaaMMhenof the ooaatry, for they any aothlnc eo aflaotoaay eoaataracU the afleca of the aaaaar'a
aat ana or ovarooaMa aa que 17 mo troaMOB taeideot to
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P and Cotton Manufacturing;. Full Courses (4 years), Short Courses (2year 2
Special Courses ('' mos.. Tuition and room, $10 a term; board $9 a month.
83 teachers, 369 students, new bniMing for 600. Write for booklet "A Day
at the ..&. Collece."
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mmi Air lartlwlnr Tewtlaiialala
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titra Malt. l.aa MlnaUli IMAhy
Druuln.. tJkUhoater t'kowilaal Oa
r. SUdlaaa aaaara, fUlLAa fS
i K . ' ' b' '! . - , .,
Kelrif eraU ra, Water Coolers, Ice
Cream Freezers, Screen Dcor8,Win
dow Screens, Oil and Cook Stoves,
Bangee 'J'Limc, i Cemont,' Plaster,
Paints, OUf, YwDisb, Pntty, Sash,
Doors, Blind , " Jutlery and all the
nflofnl articles nsnallT fonnd in an
Up-to-lete Hardwate Store
. 1 s ACXjUARTERS FOIi',
f A.na ajl Kinds of
Under Hotel Chattswka,
:. ,, 810 North Front Street, ' "'''
' ' ; tVr-
The'place to bny yonr Cemetery
Work at BOTTOM PRICES. M
Foreign and Domestic Granite arid
Marble. Lettering and Finish the
Cest. Send for latest dOBignB.;" All
worlt deliTered.'4 ' ' , V .
Branch yard, Goldsboro, N". C.
11 41 Ir-tAflri
knur haen trouliled with
or ulcer. Treat it at once with Mexl.
you can depuui uju a iody cui-e.
I. A GRANGE, W.
English, Classical, Scientific and Commercial for boys and
cung men. t-'eventy-one Boarding Pupils from Seventeen
. mintics and two States tne past year. A Military cscnooi
that is rot a machine: where kvpecibkov instead or stjmbkbs
is bought; where tbdthitjl, manly, honest boya are wanted.
A. four years Preparatory Course, giving full and thorough
preparation for College or For Life, Athletics encouraged.
Charge's reasonable. Term begins Sept. 3rd.
'Write for illustrated catalogue.
J. E. DEBNAM, Sopt
Diarrhoea, DyscnUry, ani
the Bowel Troubles ef
Children of Mm kg:
Aids Digestion, Regulates
the Bowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
MOFFrrr. m. d bt. louis. Ma
ATLANTA. Oa.. Mot. M. WOO.
Powdan) arar alaoa lu Int laUodaetlaa to tka publa
lam unu tukfiB.in vnuu iaa. wnoieeaw unarn.
127 middle St.
Columbian ilnsecticide, Feterma
Roach Food, Hooper's Fatal Food a
Bars Death to Moths, Bugs, etc. Also
The disinfectant that disinfects : an
deodorises. . Vf. '
j- Ws keep on hand a complete stocV 0
r riedlcines, f
"''v. Perfumery, ,:'U-X'-
, . ToothBrushes, Ac
f DyiloatniilTescriptlons a: specu 4j
kS-44. 80 YEARS'
V V EXPERIENCB
: Anyone umidlnii a akatrti and deeertptlnn nay
anlokly HaoartHlit our opinion true whether aw
Invention la pmhahly patentable. Communion.
UnnaUrldlyriHitttleiitlul. Ilantlbnnkoa t'atanta
aant tree. UHM aawirf for aontrliia' patonta
i'NU'iiia taAon thniuuli Miiitn A i'u. rooaiaa
ajHrM withoutolmnco, ttilba
A r1UirtrVniMf lltmrtllstMl Wtlt1r
rtii-ihw r mi iM-ititHiaw riirosu. -i eriuB, 4 m
1 ymf', Uvr monttMali, by nil newwtralm
' Attorney at Law,
74;Bo, Front St , Opp. Hotel Cbattawka,
sr h;U' "NBW BERN,- N. C,
, CraYenJConntj Attorney, . i.
. Circuit, Craven, Jones, Onslow,' Cart
eret, Pamlioo, Greene, Lenoir, and the
Supreme and Federal Courts. . ;
Q LAXATTVE TASTELESS
- iHLL lUiJlb.
J CtMnbtnlnf tha laxatlva property
' ef Caanara, banatleial aa a aasar.
al tonn, Onaraltt4Wt. ftOa..Oaly tela at
baaAalAJa S lr M AJtuf AO X. ,
Henry s Pharmacy
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