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For Infant and Children.
AVefefaLk IVc potation for As -sloulating
ling treSiJnaclu i Dowels of
At. . nu.Li'
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ii Bears tho4f
Aperfecl Remedy forConsfyw
Hon. Sour Stoiirch.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcweri sh
rtf m And Loss of St p.;-
m i? of vVKAif
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p. JoMver '
fell tThipfii. Yaiia'4
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WOMAN AND FASHION
Salter Path Notes,
noonte an getting on about m
Eov Klatioa Chapter Ac ports OS Yfctt t
i; i In Ben.
TIm folkrvkag frota - tit Kbuton Fr
Preae, of Ut It ft part i f the report
to. UaedMltm Chapter of the
Daughter of th Oonfadanor, by atr.
Che. & Woodtoy, of tha Chapter rlalt
to saw Banlaat weekt
Bakg met by -their" meal hosts, the
Daughters woregreeud wttb most genu
bia hospitality, an upon arriving ware
presented with invitations to receptloa
atOMlKHMef Ue- Weir Bora Chapter
president, Wm Mary -T. i Ollter. The
hens wa veritable bower moat bean'
Ural" Bamboo' gracefully adorned the
walk.-'O&tbe-atairwaya aad everywhere
wereexqutaitettil aid white roaea, ear-
nations d iayjhryentliemuin,
alagM wttb whioh'la taatefnl draping
were th large aad beautiful ehapter flag
and boat of 'tiny one, After meeting
the BtauopfaaWeut' aad her 1 ataff, we
wraakarmn-4ate ate dlnug room,
wfaeae eotoeitatha htatorto, red, white
latttad, wer' 4a vrldeaoa, mn la the
Tateaeoaptioa waa mIt the foretaate
of perfect wand of gaiety, fothe next
ftbjuttMwo eamd tof Maw Bern ten
dared "the Afcwghter a1 reception and
dauco wMch were . aaoh ramarktble for
the whole aonledeeae of (u effort! for
the enjormantof tthoi gneeta. i It waa a
taawhtBgaaeotaola tei eee .the delight
4wMiwbJoh. UotAaidsaoldlen tripped
4roigUke ggsrea of tbe-Tlrgtiila Eeel,
aadii1adeeV few wren Tnttired to
m itn atatelj audi dtgntned manner,
ThahaU waataatafoUy Jdeoorated In the
Confederate coteraj and a delightful re-
est spread for na. On Thnraday moat
et' tbav gaeau ' were entertained at an
" Aaohor Party" aa the Wewa and Ob
aerrer aptly pnt It glren by Mr. F. 8,
Dotty, i Xr. and Mr. B, If eadowa gave
for the U. D. 0. a charming reception In
their beautiful home on Tharaday night,
whlob wee 'largely attended and there
too, the color scheme waa followed, and
Ctrl' InitHil KaW.
A dainty wrapper or kmnglng robe
eotaetblng which erery young air!
cigacaa. After a buay day there
nothing more comfortable, and a
girt that la at all clever with her
needle can make aa exceedingly at-
pAunf(a11u nt I.Ij lirtmo tiAav fTaHnntti1 Our
Creek, on White 0k Rlrer, Carteret,' usual In health and proaperity, aonae lit-twfjrwhare were. beauUful flowers and
onnty. N. C. in tl.o 78th year of his age .tie sickness, out noimng senoui v . f,jt WOmesu .The Elks did the Daugh-
Mr. D. A. Morton, an old and respected j know of at present; no marriage, ,ur , hOBOr.to entertain them at lun
citizen formerly of Onslow County, H. 1 deaths lately, the last deatn nere was
Ci I last summer when Mr. Henry Smith
Mr. Morton hl N on sick a long time died. Tne last marriage was, 1lt
with dropey and other complicated dls-' summer, when Mr. Dan Lewis and MUs
eaneB, Imt m Ust week wn's taken worse j Eva Frost were married,
and iIIimI letvini; a wlf, one child and The flsh intorest is yory dull here
avers! ifrHnYhildrnn, benldes scores of now, and has been all the fall.
frlBmUHii.lrrlHiW.-a to mourn his death I The clam buslneHi Is some butter,
JIr w.h Ni .iii.cli nit oilier f the M. (though itUms are scare-.
cood raau has left nil Borne of the cltiieens nave gooo. gar
dens and potato patches, while omers
W. hare none at all, ar. coum nave tnem .u
ithev wished or tried.
A rw nf them' hare one or two fine
I'sr lUii.uMk'h Liquid Hulohur, fr mt ho In peun. Mr. D. J. Willis has
Ecari.i i'liiii-lrM. KliiKWonn, lnndrulT l0nethat will wi li?h now 450 lbs., lie
Church Homli. A
pHHCK lo Ills HsheA.
nn.l ll wk. wh. r..r salt-jit r .hmiulit thin nut Iro.n lir j w naniiors
Kitchener to Command.
Rome, Oct. 22. Lord Kitchener en
route for India today admitted ' that if
the situation In Bomaliland grows worse
he might stop there and lead the fight
against Mad Mullah.
The Innes Band.
America now aupporta sereral con
cert bands that are probably unrivaled
In the world. Those of Innes and 8ousa,
are of course among the most renowned
of these. Innes was world-famed aa the
greatest of all trombonists, during the
time of Gllmore. Afterwards he dropped
solo playing for the larger career of a
popular bandmaster. His organization
has toured the country year after year,
' atradily gaining popularity and renown
" untH now the mere announcement of a
forthcoming tour, results In requests
and demands for festivals. The tour
this year which opens November 1st, is
a long one. The band will travel to the
coast and return.closlng the season with
k ten day festival in 8u Louts, opening
there on Dedication Day." The concerts
will lie played In the Liberal Arts Build.
ing, now under course of construction,
and It h safe to say that the capacity of
this Immense3 building' will be fully
ftealed durldg the stay of Innes and his
Band. This city Is tnoluded In the route,
" and much pleasure is in store for those
who will attend the Festival. x .; i
'" At U frloa orSaOkrlac. - ' .
tvr . n W M tA MMlt.hlVftUdlMI
bT Breanmcjr uBr much pmln nd 'Ta';
I raomnce prompt hr lo lurU)i la sUnej
"KHcnd tain. bidW. pl. at to
nlncV. will aoabla h to "H?LHlSd
I Hlllglll inin iiMpf - - r-
! Urt Spring paying I8-.00 for him. Berk-
ahlte and Poland -OMua ureeU. m.
Willis expects in keep ihr.'hog untjj
Christmas or later, and make blm thorl
onghly fat, If so. tharhog will -no doubt
weigh 800 lbs or more.
Mr Cicero Wlllla, Timothy wuns ana
Cooper Adams hevovlao some very fine
hnvaln nena. TbeV "Will weigh from
200 to 800 pounds each.
Mr David 8.. Koonoei of Bogue came
over on a vtsIUast SMsday, MessrsWest
ly Smith, David "imeVTobe Kelly with
heir wives, cameoTer 'With Mr ikoonce
Mr Koocce made us a nice Utile Ulk In
our church. Mr K Is Wind and Is
trying to raise funds to ge to a special
eye Doctor la Chicago 111.
The Independents la uarteret county
aeem to think they will elect their ticket
all right while the Democrats are equally
They have all registered at1 Halter rain
we believe except one ortwoanatney
will do eo this week, though several
did not pay their poll tax j In- the time
prescribed ;by lsw, May 1st, 1 we hear
they are all registering juet the same,
ruess we can all vote whether we regis
ter or not so we vote , to suit somebody,
Tbelawa In -ou country now ere not
tenerally enforced especially If the par
ilea interested will subscribe to .the
cash. w I . '..
Mr Mlcyah Adama Is building him
a new sharpie 4) feet long. Mr Stephen
Dixon la alao building one, his la about
40 feet long. ' ; M- ' "
Mr Damoa Guthrie, and', family w&o
moved away from here last summsr ttf
Hunting ouarters oniy xamea urem on
long month and though he was letting
$50,00 a month on salary, he atovea mck
here about two weeka ago saying there
waa no place like Baiter Path foe Damoa
Guthrie. . These people art" wedded to
Bogue Banks, bora. and! reared here
they seem to think there jaeo place In
the world like Bogue Banks.
Mr Q W Ward of SwanBberd, Is here
again trying to teach school for them,
they all seem to like Hrt Ward much,
but don't want him to be toe strict on
my younguns. 8ome of them want to
even dictate terms for ? him to teacn oy
Well wo guess he won't hate any harder
tlmtfthaa ha had last year beta; hope not
Tarv warm, drv and sieetery, aon t
talk. We have to tie up wir hands in
the school room. , fe
eheoay a thoroughly delightful occasion
after which we all repaired to the stesm-
er Neuse and to the beautiful music of
harp, violin and flute, and flying an im
mease Confederate flag, we glided down
the river, again the guests of the New
Bens ehapter. The german club gave
ball that nlKht, but being unite tired
ws older women were perfectly con
tent to seek our hospitable homes and
leave the young ones to trlpthe light
fantastic till the dawn of early morn
On Saturday Mr. James A. Bryan, presl
dent of the A. ft N. O, having placed
train at the disposal of the New Bern
ladles, they carried the Daughters
Morehead City and there regaled us with
sn oyster roast, clam bake and other
goodth'nga. Many of the Daughters
from - Inland towns had never beheld
the sea and the tailing partlea werei
sources of unalloyed delight to them as
well as to us who were more familiar
with the beautiful sound and the grand
old Atlantic The most perfect weather
prevailed during the whole week and
every advantage was taken of the day
light between sessions and general enter
talnments by our untiring hostesses te
let us visit each historic point and see
Mew Bern in all the beauty of early au
tumn. : Thia la only -a alight mention of
the lavish hospitality showered npon us
by our slater chapter.
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THB BOSA HOCSB WBAPPBB.
tractive garment from some lnexpen-
alve material by her dainty needle
.work. The full skirt la gathered to
the empire waist, and a wide applied
plait down the middle of the front
flares slightly near the lower edge and
conceals the closing at the upper left
Bide. The fancy shaped collar gives
the fashionable breadth to the shoul
ders, but may be omitted If desired.
The sleeves are of the two seamed
bishop style. Dainty sprigged lawn,
challie or cashmere, with tie of liberty
satin ribbon, will give pleasing results.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
rasktawa la Fwnltwrc.
On maa la largely reeponaibl for
the requirement! of house oeorntlon
today. Years ago William aiurria be
gin it, when by proxy be threw from
our moth ere" wlndowa the white cotton
tidies with which they were wont to
decorate their borne and opened the
eyco of a few to the fact that elab
orate glnserbread decoration aud cheap
wood brilliantly varnished were nut
art Then began tne introduction or a
few good pieces, survlvala of an artistic
decoration ended so auddenly after
Sheraton'a day a century before or
cop Lea made by the occasional for-
alghted manufacturer, let at best
these piece were rate and used with
out any regard to their surroundinga,
although through them we learned a
little about the furnishings ot the dif
ferent periods and could talk under
atandlngly ot colonial and Heppel-
white and Sheraton and Flemish ana
mission furniture aad pointed with
pride to our various possessions, never
realizing that the hopeless medley of
our furnish) nga waa only a shade less
inartistic than tbe gaudy varnished
pieces that preceded them.
Now all is changing. In the first
place, the shop no longer offer any ex
cept pieces definitely copied from some
famous werkera designs or else aaapt
ed and modernized, retaining all the
decided characteristics. No longer must
you buy a chair or a table because you
like it. Xou must buy it for a certain
place In your house, because It la now
out of tbe question to have a Chippen
dale chair, mission table, colonial wall
paper and a Ileppelwhlte bed all In the
some room, lour furniture and wall
paper and draperies and carpet must
all be selected with definite knowledge
of what is what, and fortunate Indeed
for most of us It Is that the salesman
knows and can tide us over the diffi
culty. A Waltreaa on Wheel.
The removal of plates and dishes al
ready used and the labor of replacing
them with another course means an
awkward break in tbe meal In house
holds where there IS no one to wait
upon the tabic It Is an extra burden
upon a housekeeper, who is glad
enough to sit down after her labor in
the klteheu. The appliance shown,
reproduced from the American Kltch-
Don't Treat -Symptoms
' Go after the cause; 8tlmulante aud cathartics will never ear Indigestion.
They may temporarily relieve tbo aystem but tbe next i:iwd clotn It again. The
food should be digested. - The nourishment licl'U- trcu.lh it con tains
should be appropriated Absorbed by the aystem.
- jm rifles, cleanses, strengthen and swtx-tns the stomach.
Thlft aew discovery digest all cIiism (if food and aaalats
ioa aiomacu ana aigesuve organs in assimilating and
tranatormlng It Into the kind of mmriehnjeiit that la
taken np by the blood and fed to On tUmie throughout
the various organs of tbe body. Kodol cures indigestion
and dyspepsia, thus removing tbe cause of all stomach
troubles. Kodol gives such strength to the body that
is u luvBiumoiB in ail waaung uiseases, . i
" wish to think fern tat m hat Kodol haadooa tor ma." wrlt Clifton Otnoa. Oollotl. ImA.
"It cured m ot drapepalaaftar awrUilnf la bad fail ad. Wan I triad Kudol It heloidB
Kodsl Digests What Yoa Eat. . .
Prepared by B.0L DeWtM Oev.Caica(a Tb U bottle eantalaaSH time a much Ovaetaal
meaanram ) a Sbe trial ala which aUa tor 60c. -
icwuri Lime Etiii users
to faraoaa litti II nr pllla
eoastlpaaloa. Bat, thorough.
The Barer aitaa,
i s rr f co
As another sign of a reversion on the
part of our girls to femininity there is
prophesied the return of the apron,
long banished to maids' wardrobes and
to below stairs regions. Now it Is com
ing to the fore by degrees, and by the
time all Indoor things are in full awing
It will be a recognized part of every
(woman's house uniform. Of course It
will be an ornate affair, made of mate
rials expensive and dressy and with
everything possible dono to It to relieve
It of its utilitarian aspect Though it
will have strings, no apron is complete
without strings for the tying up of va
rious persons that like to be held by
such means. Boston Transcript
SHE KNEW JOSH.
wntaeaa Waa Not at All Relaetut t
Tell of Hla Caroar.
'Now, madam," said the eomutel for
the defendant to a little, w!ry, black
eyed, fidgety woman who had been
aummoned as a witness in a case, "you
will please give your evidence in aa
few; words as possible. Yoa know the
"The defendant Mr. Joahtta Baggl"
"Josh Bagg? I do know him, and I
knowed hla father before him, and I
don't know nothin' to the credit of ei
ther of 'em, and I don't think"
"We don't want to know what yon
think, madam. Please say 'lea or 'No
to my question."
"What questioner" ,
"Do you know Mr. Joshua Baggr
"Don't I know him, thought Zoo ask
Josh Bagg if he know a me; ask him
if he knows anything 'bout tryin' to
cheat a pore widow, like me out of $23;
"Aak him whose orchard he robbed
last and why he did it in the night; ask
his wife, Betsy Bagg, If aha knowa
anything about slippln' Into aelgh-
bor's field and mllkin' three cow on
the aly; ask"
'Look here, madam" .
"Aak Joah Bagg about that uncle of
larr book ot par
Uealara on bone or
moot. Addraea, B.
U!fy flTfB' rsiftllMM
uriiinm am iuir raua.
Art:. Alwauarr-lialie L.dUS.aek Irjt1t
par i;iiii;iiri r.it' rnuaUABts
HKU mi intils) kwxaw, HaUa4
lbk UaieriMaiM. T trli at ulla BTw
UatWareraja k1 It aillteia awaet ImUs.
Slemia. Kit f fm trrwa;. ear eaavi 4. !
atu.f fat I'atH'v-ailnrw, TUal aiUlS
m " Mail IW LM.m ft lawaar, by r
Hr MvOL .mn r.-atlsamabaU. BeMfef
DnmgtMn. CklwBtrBr 41liwlaM
r. MaUUM awar, aMUaA J.
We are the agent.
Breech Loading, Single and Double
Barrel, Hammerless Shot Guns.
Full line Ammunition for Sports
the Transparent Yoke.
A very fetcbing waist that fastens
at, the back is of azure silk muslin.
having embroidered bands oi deep yel
The novelty of this waist appears In
a transparent yoke fashioned of verti
cal stripes of narrow black velvet ex-
Onslow Co., Past Office (Ranges.
The post office at Stump Sound 1 has
leea- discontinued, the mad for that
place now going to Folkston.
The Dost offloe at ' Dixon's is now at
the railroad station, a change more con
venient, about a mile from the former
finger. It would lna4 b ahaawlul u ie
wcrlnta of modnlr w nctarf to ww aw
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CO Dacomo miliini nwu m.
aooui ........ w.- -- , -viu
oiuK toraiidiart.W aacur iba ih cMld
rl 'Tonne Refased, to Answer. ;,
New York, Oct. W.-Wav'lL. Hooper
wu arralnged before Judge. Cowing to
day. He refused .to plead) guUty Of in
nocent of tbe murder of Mfs. AnnaPu
Utzar. ' - ' - " 'i
. . . . A Big Haul Of Pish.
The Journal's : oorrespondent at Baiter
Path reports an enormous catch of Mul
lots' last Tuesday. One'hutidrcd barrels
were taken. , ''
The fish were all extra line and large.
This wu the first big catch of the sea
son. . .. i ..'..,('
irThaaeaeen promises to be very good
fovlthajBahermen. t . 1 ,
lBilck-walkaare being laid on Orescent
street, 1 11:1.1 '.v? .
t Mr.' Bd Berry Is lettering itha aide of
C. D. Bradbam 'a drug store. Pepal-Colt
Is tha-Bradham soda foun tela drink.
Mom cotton was sold -yesterday than
at any .time since-the season opened.
There were 111 bales whloh sold at 7.80
to 8.29. .V-'.-'D :
The A. C. L. passenger train between
this city and Wilmington will be heated
by steam ;thll H winter," Instead of by
stoves In the cars, as formerly. r
The health autharltles reported yester-
day a case of small ' pox, bu Metealt
street, the Mann residence, i quarantine
precautions were at once taken.
M. Hahn A Son, contractors for car
rying the mall from and to the trains on
the' Atlantic; Coast Line la this city
have In service a fine new mall wagoa.
The Naval Reserves have been Invited
by the government to attend the yacht
races at- Hew, York next August The
invitation hai. been accepted.-1 They
will not attend the 8tate Fair at Raleigh
next week, , . .V ', J : ,
Killed By Bridge Palling. ?
Oct, . JThrea were
killed and severaUnJured today by a fall
Ing glider in bridge. i
i the mniU ot
Our bb "Motharhood" mallad fna, All
.iramaa itwaM ba a. ! , . ,
TUB BRADFIELD : REQUIAT0R C0.V
3 s AUANY,GA.
. Boeri Deny ine Report'!?,
London. Oct, 83. Bow Generals, De-
Wet and Delary returned her todaf IB
disclaimed any Intention of asking an IF
terview with Chamberlain.!
"" " "Goes Like Hot Cakes.
v"The faateat" eolUng article I have in
my store,' writes druggist C. T. 8mlth,
f Pb,;Ky '"l. Dr. Ktnss New Dls
covery for 'Consumption. Coughs and
Colds, becauae it always cares, la my
Ot year of sales it hu never failed.
have known it to save sufferer from
Throat and Lung ,dieses, who could
hget no Kelp from doctor or any other
rtmedy.- Mother rely on It, best phy
sician,, prescribe It, and O.iDi Bradham
guarantee satisfaction or refund price.
TileWxrtUee frea,, Reg. sizes, 50c and
- AZTJBB ailiS atUSUN.
tending from a round band of em
broidery at the shoulders to the stock,
which la of batiste and muslin. '
The contrast of the black velvet
against the whiteness pf the neck la
daullng, and tbe waist can ba avorn
with equal becomlngness by- either
blond or brunette. New York Ameri
can and Journal
. Oatrloa Feather Faahioaable.
The plcturo hats are not complete
without ostrich plumes. They, nreogen-
eraDy seen at their best in 'blackaor
black and white. The . curtain effect
arrived at by lace or planting of black
velvet 1 getting less exaggerated, ana
women are distinctly tired of tbe.ehep
herdeaa shape, either large or small. Jn
reality it suits so few people andlt
ha become too universally fcdoptedtby
the multitude to be any longer consid
ered worthy of attention, byimimnera.
Sheep men living along the west aide
of the Big Horn basin in Wyoming are
Drot eating against the proposed
largement of the forest reserve east of
the Yellowstone park. They! claim that
they will lose a large port oi their aunv
met- sheep- range if the reserve la an
farced. , - ' i '
DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE,
- Permanerxtly cured by the masterly
power ot "South Ax ikicau Naavra
Tokio,'' Invalids need suffer i no longer,
beoaase this great remedy can bare them
all. It Is cure for tbe whole world of
stomach weakness and lndlget.lon!' The
cure beartns with the first dose. '. The re-
l'f It brings Is marvelous snd surprising
I .makes no failure; neven Olsappointa.
No matter how long you have suffered,
voar cure Is certain under tut ase of this
great health-giving force. Pleasant and
always safcSolif by O.jgD. Bradham,
Druggist' ' I .
his that died In prison; aak him about SaSH DOOrS, i51inaS,
TBB WAITRESS COMPLETE.
en Magazine, Is a very convenient la
bor saver, combining the convenience
of the serving table With the utility ot
the dinner wagon (a small folding ta
ble on casters used largely in restau
rants as a temporary receptacle for
The "waitress" In question is made
from a firm box 20 inches long, IT
inches wide and 12 Inches deep. Four
pieces of smooth 2 by 2 lumber, each
fourteen inches long, are required to
form the legs. The top of the box,
supported by slats, forms one shelf.
The board that is to be tbe base of
the serving table must then be taken
off and the fonr corners sawed out to
admit the legs. After the holes are
sawed out the board must be replaced.
the legs set up In the box two or three
inches, or high euough to allow the
shelf, to rest upon them, and the whole
fastened together firmly. It is a good
plan to nail a hoard about two Inches
wide across the front to hold in the
numerous dishes which will be placed
there later. A rolling or boarding la
put on three aides ot the top, and four
caster complete tbe structure. At
meal time the "waitress" stands by
the bostesa, with dessert or nny other
additional dish on tta shelves. Plates
and dlshea removed during the meal
are placed in It and the extra course
Dut on the table. After the meal all
the dlshea are placed on the serving ta
ble, which 1 then rolled Into the kitch
en, saving many unnecessary atepa.
Tha. Bab j at Home.
It 1 always a good sign fpr a baby to
sleep a great deal, and delicate and
puny Infants who sleep much become
strong and healthy children. Even Da-
blea who are large and thriving at
birth, unless they get a great deal of
Bleep, become weak and Bickly.
A baby should have few toys and
these of tbe simplest kind. The infant
with a lot of amusements always be-
ins tossed in the air, danced on the
knee, having a rattle shaken in its ear
or surrounded constantly with all sorts
of playthings live in a state of un
healthy excitement It grows bored.' . It
wants something new all the thne and
frets and crlee if It doesn't get it. The
average- healthy baby can find its own
amusements. It, plays with its toes.
atretches Its legs, bite Ita fists experi
mentally, watches its mother na she
walks around the room, and all this I
fun, besides being Just what' baby
neeoa ,. ; u, ,-. .i v-
Jriv 'Oao 'Veraloa at tt.
The ben that bad been betrayed Into
hatching a duck's egg looked dis
tressed. But ' the rooster,! na usual,
was patrontxlngly masculine.
" "If a wise hen," be laughed, "that
know ner own egg." Chicago Post
- 'i "A - . i h mi ,ii n '. .! Y : ,
lettln' hla pore old mother die In the
workhouse: ask Betas about Dnttin' a
big brick Into a lot of butter ihe sold
"Madam, I tell you"
"See if Josh Bagg know anything
about f eedin' ten head of cattle on all
the salt they could eat and then lettln'
them swill down all the. water tney
could hold just 'fore ho driv them Into
town and sold 'em. See .what he's got
to say to that!"
"That has nothing to do witn in
case. I want yon to
"Then there waa old Axrael Bagg,
own uncle to Josh, got kicked out of
hi native town, and Betsy, Bags own
brother got ketched In a, neighbor's
henhouse at midnight Aak Joah"
"Madam, what do you know, about
"I don't knowa llvln thing bout it.
but I'm sure Josh Bagg la guilty, (What
ever it is. The fact la, I've owed them
Bagges a grudge for the last fifteen
year, ana I got ooyseir cauea up on
Duraose to get even with 'em, ana 1
feel I've done it" Tit-Blta.
Under Hotel Chattawka,
NEW IIEBN, JT. C.
Henry s Pharmacy,
No Farther Delay.
A couple had been engaged to be
married for about fourteen, years, and
still the swain had not mustered np
courage enough to ask her to name the
happy day. The other evening he called
In a peculiar frame of mind and asked
her to sing something tender and touch
ing. Imagine his surprise when she
eat down at the piano and sang, "Dar
ling, I am growing old." There was no
further delay. Scottish American.
127 Middle St.
Full line of Drags and Medicines.
Perfumes, Toilet Soaps, etc., also the
following Mineral Waters: Matchless
Mineral Spring, Buffalo Lithia, Hunny.
adi Janos, Eunyadi Matyas, Carbana,
Veronica, Apenta, Red Raven Splits.
Combs, Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
Pasterine Tooth Paste.
Creolum, the Great Disinfectant and
Bed Bug Destroyer.
A sure PREVENTATIVE of infection ot
contagion of DIPHTHERIAL SMALL
Physloians' Precriptions; specialty.
A Clerical CoamaAraun.
Archbishop Whately one asked the
question; "Why can a man never
starve In the great ldeaertT' ' and
answered it himself -ea-foUOwst "Be
cause be can eat the aaadt Which Is I
there. But what brought the' sand
wiches there? Why. Noalr tent iHam,
and his descendants -mustered and
bred." .. .. ; ,
, TalclnaV Fataa, : .
'Genius," quoted Smuthen "Is an In
finite capacity for. taklwr Dalns."
"Then," , remarked' , Smithera, "old
l&roanache must be a genluat Be get
every ailment he hears any one else
has," Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
.i i it -fir
Tortures, Cripples'aiDeforms, I ELomj j.ATher of time, a very
Rheumatism doe not treat all alike. I heavy solid gold case, as heavy a a filled
t' I case, beautifullv hand carved, fitted with
a 15 Jeweled Elgin movement, a perfect -time
piece, X)nly $35.00 while they last
alakta k Boat at ha Coal Fantna.
P "Xe,. we are having the kitchen re
decorated and put lo nice order."
-Whafa that fori" -'
. "Why, w expect to receive all our
company there a aeon the (Winter
sets In." Cleveland Plain ejjr.
;J.,.., i'i;,;? ' I ut I f:
Some suffer torture from the
nine, the attack beinar ao sodden, aharn
and disastroua that they are made help-
leas cripples in a tew aay,vniia otnen
feel only occasional awitche' of pain in
the knees, ankles, elbows and wrists, ot
the muscles of the tars. anna, back ot
neck ; but this treacherous disease la only
traveling by" slower- etageai I The add
poisons are all the while aaaantnlating in
the' blood, and muscles vnnd) joint are
niung wun corroaing, b9M matter, ana
when the disease tfehtene its a-rin aad
iriKe wttn tuu , -,-
lorce, no consutu- TUC' !M 01111
tton is strong enough; lilt jULUUU
to withstand iu fear- J a ain
fut blows, and ita vio -OOtAiiU
tint are crippled and t VDTC f I
deformed, or literally r.1 -OIO I VtUl
paini . Rheumatism irUJLalJ
tatinr eoison in the : " -i a ! i
bloodVand thia ia tha cause ot every va
riety and form of thia dread diaeaaa. Ex
ternal remedies, do not reach tha blood,
consequently do no laatinr a-oed. . fc
& a S, goes directly into tha circula
tion and attacks the diaeaa Hselt, : The
nrirl rmlnnna that mim. .Via IhHmmmIIm
aorenesa and swelling are neutralised an j
the blood purified and cleansed of all irri
tating matter, and nothing ia left In the
1 circulation to pro
duct i the attacks.
& aS, beir ravage
table reme. y does
not impair tue dire.
tion or vnmil Iim.1 tti
Uke alkaliand potash rented LatbuiU'i
up and invigoratea the entire ayctam, and
at the aarae time make a thorough and
permanent cure of RhenmatiRiu. '
White for 1 nr free book on Rh imatlsm.
THE SWirf SPECIflS C3, k.. Cj,
J. O. BAXTER,
EnottiiiTtf ! .
Car load Stocks Best Patent Di .
dem and Rose Bud Flout. .
100 White Tarbell Cheese.
PoBtum and Grape Nutg. ,
Oat Meal and Hominy,
Dried Apples, ;N
Corned Mallets, Alamance Cotton
Pine and Coal Tar.
All sold Cheap for Cash.' :
B. S. Darenport,
f . 84 MIDDLE St.
- Hope -Farm,-about 4 , mile
from Sew Bern. ' M(f acres cleared.
Good Land, for Tobacco and
Truck.', ' J';"" J
Qobd farm buildings
.Tn.(. Inquire,.-, .,,
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