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ASfcgetahle Preparalionlbr As
tiiig (he Stomachs and fSoms of
and Rest .Contains neither
OpiunvMorpkine nor Mineral,
Not Narcotic. -1
A perfect Remedy for Cons tipa
non , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions Jeverish
ness and Loss or SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
exact copy or wrapper.
ON SHAKING HANDS..
Dcfenxlvo . Roaaoa Whr
KlKlit Una rirtt 1'eed.
Did you t vtr stop to think about the
custom of diking hands and wonder
why It Is t. U wo nlwuyn shake the
right handy I'rolinl iy yon have never
thought iihout It tit all or If you have
you think tlmt the only reason for
usln your i-ljiht lmnd I.t that you were
taught nut i use your left one, Bays
the r.minlo Courier. In renllty thlH
custom, now so eomnion, is a very an
cient one, mid It originated In this way:
In the days when people were not so
peaceable r.s they now are and when
each man nettled his quarrels In his
own way every man curried a sword
or dagger to defend himself. This
sword was worn on the left side, where
the right hand could quickly grasp It
for use In time of peril.
Therefore when a mun wished to
show that he wns friendly ho extended
his right hand, which would be clasped
by the other's right band tf he, too,
meant ience. Thus each could be sure
that the other would not draw his
With the dawn of more peaceful
times tin- custom lost Its one time pur
pose, but It still retains its original
meaningto show friendship.
Atmuaiihrre of Ceylon.
When visitors enter Horticultural
hall, In Philadelphia, they pant. The
heavy air, stagnant and warm nnd
moist, oppresses their lungs. But the
tropica) plants in the hall would die
without tliis kind of air, and a man
said of it the other day: "It is very
much like the air of Ceylon, Ceylon
bus Just such n heat, and just such a
crushing, prostrating humidity as this.
Do you know that every European
house out there has among its serv
ants a clothes ulror a man whose
sole duty it is to air nnd beat the
clothes, which otherwise would be
come covered with n thick white coat
of mildew In a few hours? I took a
hundred and fifty dollar camera with
me to Ceylon. The dealer hod war
ranted the wood to be perfectly sea
soned, but I had not been in the island
a week before my camera had warned
nnd fallen apart The Ceyloneae, In
their horrible cljmate, are healthy be
cause they eatrho meat and drink only
water." Philadelphia Record.
Vtenn, Sept. 85. A Danube steam
ship sank nearhere today and fourteen
persons were drowned. . : ' (
Wmtim'i amateat drtaai of beantv and
rv ta wbon. nature naa oaoeva; wr w
nmn a mother. Everr (aeuUy i keenly
alert ana her nature tne nnen aa an ior-
i the Joy, the ambition, the raceeae and
the life-Ions' aatitfactlon coming, comma;
nearer, day by day, in the dear and Innecenl
being go aoon to aee light, and the very
uncertainty whether she (hall aee sweet
girl (ace or brave boy face be.tde heron
the pillow, adda aeat to her expectancy.
Then, 1( ever, he ahonld take car of Bar
pbyilcal, mental ana moral neaun.
MOTHER a -KlfcNU a;
'5 f RlfcNO applied externally
throuKhout prtfgnanoy win relieve
l.ll tAk. h..Hhr liMartw. AtMllff. clear Dom
narturition. ana n muviioi .mi vuum
nleainned, pure blooded, calm nerved an!
cheerful in disposition, who are mutually
Inilnenced for month by the continued
Ot Mother'! friend. ', ' ;
ra jrtffftitii no !
' Our ueatiae "Motherhood" mailed
The bmdfiklV regulator o.
I i A y,
. ' 11 i '
For Infants emd CMldren
Ths 'bd Yea Have
' wamiaiHwin; wmmili
There were sales of cotton
local market yesterday, 8 cents.
'A continuation of the present weather, j
nrllh I ho Irmnnratnrn wll nn In the
eighties, means the revival of the straw
Rev. H. D. Davis of Snow BUI Will
occupy me pulpit .in me rarjernacie
Baptist t.hurch, tomorrow morning and
A few homes were received by M.
Hahn ft Bon yesieidsy. ' They were
shipped from Elizabeth 'Jlty by steamer
A freight car loaded with slabs from
Hogslde was derailed In front of the
Atlantic Coast Line depot jesterday
The mosquitoes has been active enough
this summer, but the Insect has never
been more active, numerous and vova
clous than just now.
The complaints of nuisances abound
ing along lower Middle street, and
around the building In that portion
of the city, can be easily believed by
anyone who Cares to walk about in that
Hon. R. B. Olenn will address the cltl-
tens ot New. Bern on Wednesday night
October 1st at the Court House at 6
o'clock. Every body invited tojeome out
and hear the Issues discussed. TheJadtes
are cordially invited.
Take Care cf the Stomach.
The man or woman whose digestion
is perfect and whose stomsch performs
its every function Is never sick. Kodol
cleanses, parities and sweetens the
stomach and cures positively and per
manently all stomach troubles, indiges
tion and dyspepsia. It Is tne wonderful
reconstructive tonic that is making so
many sick people well and weak people
strong by conveying to their bodies all
ot the nourishment inthe food they eat.
Rev. J. H. Holladay, of Holladay, Miss.,
writes: Kodol has cured me. I consider
it the Lest remedy I ever used for dys
pepsia and stomach troubles. I was
glveu up by physicians. : Kodol saved
my lire. Take it after meals. P. a Daf
There la a charming tlond yevag
woman well known to Phlladelphks an
veil aa Baltimore and New York (who
laughs when yon call her "senora."
A woman friend gave the story away,
says the Philadelphia Preaa, andtaa
she takes It good naturedly there is no
use keeping the Joke away from the
public, Too see, young as sho ts, eke
elected to marry a man who ,waa
grandfather, or, rather, he beeame
one soon after hie marriage to her.be
baa that deceptive, innocent typetCf
beauty that gives the owner the .ap
pearance of being about eighteen Bhe
was looking at the Cuban curio) and
souvenirs for sale at a basaar yriQt v
woman friend, And the old .woTaarifbe
bind the wares called her 'seooxtsn,'
"No, no," said the friend, "she laaeno
ra." The old woman shook "her head
and declined to believe. "No, ae&e
ta," she said. "Bhe is a girl,'' she-con
tinued In broken English. "Bhe too
young -and pretty." "Yes.' ehe in a
ener,? aald Mr G , wishing to
tease the young woman, and, rem
bering the birth of the grandchild, ate
added, "She's -not only jnarrled, t but
she la a grandmother r "Dlos, iftwt
these Americana are so progressive 1"
said the old Cuban, is UJ'j ;
, Deathjof Mr. John Tillman.
Mr. Joha Tillman, book-keeper for W.
B. Blades' mDJ, died yesterday afternoon
at Mrs. Hancock's boarding house on
Middle street He had been 111 wlthty
phoid fever about ten days.' f! t
! Mr. Tillman's home was la Salisbury,
Md. His parenta and brothers and sis
ters survive him. He was aged twenty
four years. ; ' "' :
Hehad been employed by Mr.' Blades
since last July and was an exemplary
and Industrious yoang man, who during
hts stay bete had won many friends,.
The remains were sent north on the
mall train last night
MST IN THB STATE. , j
H. c. CaafUT. Carpcatcr Shop.
Flae Wert Tarnel Oat
Ths AtUatlcW North OaraUaa Bail-
road Company, boasts t taring ths
best equipped carpenter shop ta this
Tka shop has had its qahMMnt eom-
pleted hy akortlstag, tlaa lag ud bor
ing machines, which km been recently
dded, which enables the eoapaay to
tan out IU owm rolllnf stock. ,
During'the.past week, the i.M.u
railroad shops bars turned oat for lti
own use, a box ear, express car, osbooeo,
mm flat ear, besides at tending to the or
dloary ear r pairs of the road.
These tears an all of. the latest and
bost.lmproved kiad. .
HcGehee fc W&lls Successors to J.
Toisoa Jr., Hare aa EarlaMe
The city of Maw Ben is plenteousty
applied with good grocers all of them
doing , splendid business. This apeaki
well for the lodlvhloal concerns and for
the algai of the times for when Ike peo
ple patronise the groceries liberally,
baying la large quantities of things that
not only aaatain life bat of the luxuries.
Notable among the merchants of this
claat are MeGehee Willis who nave
recently paschaaed the stock of J. J.
Tolson, Jr. They are yoang men well
know here, Mr. McSehee having been
clerk for Mr. J. K. Park and Mr. Wil
lis with Mr. John Dann. They are
worthy young men and deserving of
large patronage. , They offer an excel
lent line of staple groceries which they
prefer to carry rather than a heavy and
unsaleable stock of fancy groceries,
They fhaveagood supply of the latter
and can fill any order given them, but
their specialty is the etaple articles of
A Theatrical Success.
Charlotte Observer, Sept. 86.
"Reaping the Harvest" was played to
a very appreciative audience at the opera
house last night,' and, as on the occasion
of the presentation of the play In Char
lotte last year, .scored a success. The
play Is strong In all essentials and has
cleverly written lines; and it features, in
an attractive manner, the quaint oddl
ties of the various persons who take
minor parts. The company carries g ood
stage effects and understands the art
of presenting a .clean, pretty prod no
A Startling: Discovery.
Within the past few days a star of
brilliancy has appeared to
most of our readers. On close examl na
tion tt psovesto be Marie Lamour star
sing In "A Wise Woman." Manager
Green says that by this discovery we are
plaoed in possession of
which proves that this luminary ia ap
proaching with great , velocity, and that
she will be distinctly visible to the pea
pie of this city In her radiance at an
Runaway Match Was Good.
Danville Register, 18th.
There was a fair -si zed audience at lb
Academy of Music last night to wltnesa
"A Runaway Match,", which was pro
duced in this city for the first time, The
show was everything that has been,
claimed for it in the advance notices and.
excelled many perfomances seen here at
a higher price.. There was laughter and
lots of tt from the beginning of the first
act until the. elose ot the last Each,
member of the cast sustained his or her
part to perfection throughout the , play.
It proved to be a doable runaway with
both coiiples trying to keep their plans'
from the other. : A stop ever at a tavern,
resulted In many side-splitting situations.
and the play ended by the eouplos mar
rying just opposite to their first inten
tions. "A Runaway Match" deserves-
packed houses all along ita Journey.
THE EYE AN ABUSED ORGAN
J. 0. Baxter jJewekr and Optician, Caa
Correct Maay Defects of the
I . ) J-'-. i-'iBye. '
The eye. Is a ywy important part of the
human mechanism. It Is also the most
abased member., A noted oculist has
said that seven out of every ten persons
are afflicted with eye trouble and there
are many of these cases where the
trouble is self Imposed. , People do not;
take one halt the care of their eyes and
all too early inIlHe they have to resort lo
ose of glasses .Among the bad habits
that many people hsve are reading la.
imperfect light, reading poor print, read
ing In Improper position, ' reading when;
tired or alok. straining the eyes to see
aKmetJeefcata distance,: etc. ' . :,v--;
It often happens .thai wearing of glass
es is the one remedy for the correction
of many defects of the eye, and the pro
per and intelligent selection of specta-1
cles Is highly important ;
Mr. J. 0. Baxter the Jeweler, ha made
a special study of the' eye and If prepar
ed to lit glssses after the most tipproved
scientific methods. v ; I s
Astigmatism and Myopte successfully
treated by him. Pl-ople wtahin g, to im
prove their eyesight or having any diffl
culty with their -vision should ; call on
him without delay.
i New Alarm in Colombia.
Washington, 8eptS3The OblonMaat
revolution has broken out seriously 1st a
new place, aoobrding to Information .re
ceived at the Navy J-epartment today.
V - - M-aaw-aeXaWOT----.,,'
; . New State) Bank.
Raleigh, tBept 5. The Bute Tvev
arer chaHers the BaAlc of Union, at Mots
roe, wltk a capital et twenty-five thous
and. - :(? T-;i , ! ;V;
TEE COTTON EXCHANGE
The Ealargcd aal baprtved Facilities of
J. E. Latkaos Co a Great
One of the buy places of the city is
the J. X. Latham k Co' Cotton ex
change, where in addition to the baying
of eotton for the ntarket and conducting
general stock lobbing bo tineas, they
do an extensive wholesale business In
They have made soms changes In their
baslness this week, having instituted a
private direct wire from New York and
Chicago thereby enabling them to get
more complete dally market returns and
HThey now quote the stocks on several
corporations. The npper story of tie
building is for the exclusive use oQhelr
Aa office has recently been established
In Norfolk where Mr. Latham Is located
and they are placed in touch with one of
the leading cotton markets of the conn
These changes enable the firm to
serve i their patrons better ana tney
are equipped now to do business on a
much lareer scale land their customers
will have a great advantage also.
DO YOU HUNT?
If so, Ton Will Finds
Reliable Line of
The "open" season is near at hand
when the law allows whoever wishes to
shoot game of all kinds. This country
abounds so in fine game thst the sport
of hunting Is very popular.; i
To be a good sportsman, one needs a
good gun. If the gun Is purchased
W. T.. Hill's store. It Is a good one. He
has everything that a sportsmsn needs:
the newest and best patterns of guns
and the most reliable ammunition may
alwava be found in stock at his
If any one Is looking for a standard
bicycle, Mr. Hill can supply It without
sending to the manufacturing house, lor
he keeps them always In stock. He is
the leading dealer and will be found to
have as low prices as any.
Among the many articles that Mr.
Hill sells that Is deserving of special
mention Is the Edison phonograph, of
which he sells the latest improved pat
The instruments and reoords are very
fine and will afford splendid entertain
ment to all who admire good music.
A HARDWARE STORY.
The Smallwood Hardware Store Furnishes
a Large and Reliable Stock of
Stoves and Oils.
The hardware business presents tut a
1 limited list of articles that Interest the
average householder that it is aimcuu 10
mako a write up that does not repeat
what has already been Bald.
The store of E. W. Smallwood on
South Front street offers a line ot hard
ware that has an attraction aside from
the price In the excellent quality of the
They sell the Garland cook and heat
Ing stoves. These stoves have a world
wide reputation and are every bit as
good as their reputation.
In addition to their regular stock of
hardware they sell doors and sashes and
have a fine line of oils and paints.
Sportsmen will do well to examine their
stock of guns and ammunition.
A CONVENIENT DRUG STORE.
C. D. Bradham's Store Contains a Urge
Stock of An Goods That a Drug
A person does not necessarily hsve to
associate a drug store with all the ills
that flesh Is heir to, just because the
druggist has a cure for every trouble
from the crown of the head to the toe of
a the 'foot, it does not suggest that the
Hi. a 1 .Ala a.
ueaier warns every uuuy w uo biu v
that he can sell his medicine.
At any rate that is not the way with
0. D. Brad ham whose store Is the deposl
tory of all that makes a sick man well or
a plain beg pardon, a beautiful woman
Mr. Bradham has a large stock of pure
and efficient drugs and Is the manufac
turer ot several medicines and tonics.
He sells also oils and paints, brushes
ot all kinds and artists materials.
Among the delightful beverages which
have satisfied many a parched throat
this past summer, pepsi-eola, a drink of
Mr. Bradham's own manufacture la a
prime favorite. It has sparkle and just
enough acidity to make It pleasant
With an eye to the best that the con
fectioner has he gets monthly a supply
of Huylers candy. To say any more on
this line would be superfluous for every
body knows thatt Huylers "Is the best
Then the line of tobacco, pipes and
smokers articles to be found la this
store are second to none In the city.
Dublin Sept 15. A train carrying the
Tweaty-flrst Lancers and the chargers
was derailed near Carrick Forgusthls
morning. The men escaped but many
horses were killed.
Aristocrats Held For Fraud.
Vienna, Sept. 95. Count Corlln Bar
ncclatandhts mother, both the most
prominent Polish aristocrats, are on
trial here for frauds Involving twenty
No Martial Law Necessary. ,
Harrisburg, Sept 85 Governor Stone
says it will not be necessary to de.
dare martial law In the coal re
ALIASES OF THE PEANUT.
r naxaee re
Considering its universal popularity
and excellent standing in agricultural
circle, it is remark bio bow many
aliases there are under which the pea
nut travels. Whenever it la Introduced
to A new community the toothsome
offering of the sod adopts a new name
and comes forth Wltn an additional
sobriquet which makea It almost nn-
rocoffnixable to Its old acquaintance.
If the "edible fruit" as the dictiona
ries call It had ever done anything to
be ashamed of, the public might under
stand, but as things are the eccentrici
ties of peanut nomenclature are abso
Here in Virginia we designate our
little friend principally as the peanut
but quite often we likewise allude to
him as a "ground pea" and occasionally
'goober." Over in England they
call the aame fruit ground nut, while
It Is vsriously known elsewhere as
"earth nut" "Manila nut" "Jut-nut"
and "ptndar." The scientific patro
nymic, aa we understand It is Arachls
prpogsea, and the family Deiongs to me
genus of leguminous plants.
But be Its name what it may, a pea
nut is a peanut the world over, so far
as Its virtues go, and few are the hu
man palatea which decline to receive
an introduction to It Richmond Dis
A Different Sort of 1ea.tfcer.
A Pennsylvania physician tells a
story about his servant which reminds
one In a, vague way of the "skinny side
out and the woolly side In" rhyme. He
had Just hired a servant who, says the
Philadelphia Telegraph, had some of
the "ould dart" still clinging to her
One morning he noticed his office
windows were rather dirty, and, call
ing Bridget he Instructed her to clean
them before he returned. At the same
time he told her that he would stop
and purchase a new chamois skin and
send it home, and with this she was to
clean the windows.
After be had gone his rounds he re
turned to his office. Glancing at the
windows, he found them thickly
streaked with grease. He called Brtdg
et and the following colloquy took
"Bridget, didn't I tell you to clean
"And didn't I tell you to use the now
"Well, did you use it?"
"Sure. I did sor."
"Let me see the chamois," said the
doctor, and Bridget promptly brought
it Then for the first time he learned
that his wife had left the house a half
hour before him and had sent home
Black and White.
Every crow is said to think its own
nestling the whitest but a white cat
that had four kittens, of which three
were white and the fourth was black,
gave the first place In her affections
to Sooty. Once they were all brought
into the drawing room to L "shown
off." Besides the humnns the room
contained a great Newfoundland dog,
Hitherto cat and dog had been on
friendly terms, but now pussy showed
much anxiety lest the dog might harm
her black pet especially. At last she
seised It by the neck and bore It be
neath the lowest piece of furniture,
where the dog could not possibly crawl.
but she Merely mewed to the others to
follow her as best they could. The
black kitten owed all this care to its
color, more happy In this respect than
the black sheep which is said to be In
every flock. Exchange.
Holland, known as North and South
Holland, forms part of the northern
Dart of the Netherlands. These prov
lnces are composed of land rescued
from the sea and defended by immense
dikes. Holland was Inhabited by the
Batvl In the time of Coesnr, who made
a league with them. It became part
ot Gallia Belglca and afterward of the
klndgom ot Austria. From the tenth
to the fifteenth century It was gov
erned by counts under the German em
perors. Holland was at one time
Dutch republic It was created
kingdom In 1806, and Louis Bonaparte,
father of Napoleon III., was declared
"I always endeavor," said the matri
monial philosopher, "to take the wrong
side of an Inconsequential argument"
"With what object in view?" he was
"It gives my wife a chance to prove
me wrong, and this so delights her
that I find her generously tractable in
all the more Important matters." Chi
"Mr. Diggles," said the boy with big
ruffles on his shoulders, "I wish you
would let me come and ee where you
live. I want to look at your room.
"Whr. certainly. But what made
you think of that?"
"My slater said It was better than
your company, so I thought it must be
A Xnrrylasr Max.
"Are yon a marrying man?" was
salted of a somber looking gentleman
at a recent reception.
d "Yes, sir," was the prompt reply;
Tm a clergymen." . i-'
Go after the cause, ' Stimulants
food' should be digested. The nourishment health strength it oontaias
snouia do appnipnatea osoroca uy
, i is invaiuaoie id au waaung aiseases. . ; 1 '"
"I wish to thtnk you for what Eodot hasdon for me." Writes Clifton Qlt-tnn,Cbllatt. Ind.
"It curea me at driripela after ererrthlni eie had failed. When I tried Kodol It helped m
rtfhtnwaj. Icbeerfully recommnndlt."
Meiil I -sit TOsat Yoa Cat. , "
Prepared by E. OLOs'Wtuas OoChl. fo. The Si bottle contalns2H times as much (by actual
meaaurement) a the trial tin which eolls for ROr.
I bequeath to my children Scrofula with all it
attendant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a
strange legacy to leave to posterity ; a heavy burden to
place upon the shoulders of the young.
This treacherous disease dwarf the body and hinders
the growth and development of the faculties, and the
child born of blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage,
is poorly equipped for life's duties.
ocroiuia is a disease wiu numerous ana vanea
symptoms ; enlarged glands or tumors about the neck
and armpits, catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful
skin emotions utxm different carts of the bodv show the
presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood. This dangerous
and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system and Attacks
the bones and tissues, destroys the red corpuscles of the blood, resulting in
white swelling, A pallid, waxy appearance of the skin, loss of strength and
a gradual wasting away of the body.
S. S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties, and la guaran
lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation, bringing a healthy
color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body .. e
Write ns about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and
help you in every possible way to regain your health. Book on blood and
Skin diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Oa.
A Wralthy Cittern.
"That man Moneybags has so much
money he doesn't know what to do
"Indeed. How much has be?"
"Well, I don't know exactly, but he's
got so much he doesn't have to endow
colleges to get his name in the paper."
Clerk I would like to get off early,
sir, as my .wife wants ma to do some
odd jobs around the house while It Is
Manager Can't possibly do It
Clerk Thank you, sir. You are very
Seabrooke la Real Coasedr.
Tom Seabrooke, like nearly all ac
tors, Is in the habit of shaving him
self, ne was unexpectedly detained
from home one day, and, feeling that
he required a shave before going to the
theater for the performance, he went
into the barber shop at the Marlbor
ough. All the chairs were occupied
"He'll be back in a few moments,"
said one of the barbers, referring to
the absent tonsorial artist
Seabrooke took off hit, coat and collar
and began pacing up and down the
shoD In his peculiar, nervous, restless
'WIIT, ABKN't TOO THB BABBBB?" ,
way. A rew moments later a mani
hastily entered the shop, took off his
linen coat and. turning to Seabrooke,
Are you ready for business?"
Seabrooke replied, "That's jwhat Tm
waiting for," and walked toward the
vacant chair. The newcomer did themeof the body of one John An'
same, and both reached opposite sides I . ... , . , -0 :
of the chair at the same time and dreW8 wmte about i8 years of aga,
made ready to occupy it
".Why, aren't you the barber?" said
"No," replied Seabrooke. "Aren't
The loud laughter of the other occu
pants of the barber shop gave em
phasis to the comedy situation. New
The "Cleaa Shirt Mlaletrr
The Rev. T. 8. Forsalth, jKho once
was prime minister - ot Neat ' South
Wales for two days, is rememberect.aB
having headed the "clean shirt minis
try," which .was defeated on the first
vote upon Its policy. Mr. Forsalth
was helping his workmen unpack some
cases when the governor called Upon
him to form a government, and his
first act on receiving the message .was
was this incident which won for hlsl
vv Bv uvui "v v vw.u,
ministry the name by which it is still
remembered ln Australia. Mr. Forsalth I paints, 0UB, Varnish, putty, Bash,
In his ministerial statement had re-lr, , , ., J
tated the story, and a witty memberl I)oor" Bunds, . Jutlery and;all th
of the opposition found himself unable
to resist the remark that he gathered
uiue uiure irum iub premier n buius -
mcnt than, that he had gone home
put on a clean shirt
and cathartics will never cure Indigestion, '
uu sysiem. 4 , r s '
CIO DO L
tourtfles, cleanses, strengthens and sweetens the stomach.
This new discovery digests all classes of food and Assists
the stomach and digestive organs In assimilating and
transforming it into the kind ot nourishment (hat is
taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout
the variousorgass ot the body;' Kodol cures indigestion
and dyspepsia, thus removing the cause of all stomach
troubles. Kodol gives such strength to the body that
famona little l,r-r- olila
for blltouaneei ot
Xhej nerei sriii)
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The above reward is offered by
Governor Aycock for the arrest of
Cyrus Dixon, of Jones County, con
victed of murder, broke jail Sep
tember 16th at Trenton, N. 0.
Dixon is 22 years old, 5 feet, 7 to
9 inches in height, prominent cheek
bones, red face, thick dark hair,
dark eyes of bloated appearance,
wears number 7 shoe. j.
I, N. M. Harriett, Sheriff of Jones
ounty, N. C, will pay Ten ($10)
Dollars Reward for the apprehen
sion and delivery to me of the
body of the above named person
Cyrus Dixon, Delivery to be made
at Trenton, N. C. by the 6th day of
irvsww iiviiui -i
Five Dollars Reward will be paid
for the apprehension and delivery
to me of the body of one Randolph
Pulcher, colored, about 22 years of
age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, full
face, of light complexion, clean :
sh aboijt 135 pound,, -
. . .
I be made to me at Trenton by Nov
lemrnr 6th. 1902.
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lvo uoutt wl"
I for the apprehension ana delivery ta
hght hair and mustache, gray eyes
about & feet 8 inches high, has a
ull face and weighs 140 pouhds.
Said delivery to be made to me at
Trenton, N. C. by Nov. 6th 1902.
N. M. HARRIETT,
. Sheriff Jones County.
Sept. 19, 1902. , , - , .
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