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Tfte wedding bellB arc ring
Ve have had the Dewey craze
"and now the matrimonial craze
is upon us. Cards will be out
soon announcing the marriage
of some of oui most popular
Miss Lilly Tyus and Mr.
Frank Tyus, from Deep Creek,
Va., are visiting at the home of
Mrs. William McCoy.
We are glad to note that Mrs.
James Johnson is improving.
The ball game between
Sharon and South Mills last
Saturday afternoon resulted in
favor of the Sharon team, the
score being 20 to 18. Mr. Tim
Abbott was umpire.
Miss Bessie Riddick, of Hert
ford, is visiting Miss Margaret
As our popular medicine
man' with the heart affection,
goes up the canal bank, by bis
special request, we correct a
foimer atatement to the effect
that he goes once a week. He
only goes once in three weeks
though he would like to go every
other day!J he meets another
"medicine man" wko comes to
South Mills for his health. Our
handsome widow is a specialist
in dyspeptic cases as well as in
cases of the heart.
The wedding bells do ring!
Mrs. T. C. Badham, who has
been spending the .summer in
the mountains, arill spend several
days with Mrs. Ferebee, before
returning: to her home in Eden
The ladies of the Methodist
church promise us another good
time soon in the form of an
oyster supper in Jacobs Hall
The date will be announced
Good News For Our Readers.
Who have scrofula taints in
their blood, and who has not?
Scrofula in all its forms is cured
by Hood's Sarsaparilla which
thoroughly purifies the blood
This disease, which frequently
appears in children, is greatly
to be dreaded. It is most likely
to affect the glands ot neck,
which become enlarged, erup
tions appear on the "head and
face, and the eyes are frequently
affected. Upou its first appear
ance, perhaps in slight eruptions
or pimples, scrofula should be
entirely eradicated from the
system by a thorough course of
Hood's Sarsaparilla to prevent
all the painful and sickening
consequences of running scrofula
sores which drain the system,
sap the strength and make exis
tence utterly wretched.
MUMFORD AND ROSEDALE,
Mr. J. E. J. Warren opened
school at Hope Academy Mon
Miss Emma Stokley of Va.,
was the guest of Miss Edna
Jones last week.
Miss Lizzie Lewis, of Perqui-
maus is visiting the family of
Mr. Wm. Foster.
Mr. Henry Land of Va , was a
visitor in this vicinity last week.
He has many warm friends here.
Much to the delight of her
many friens, Miss Deborah
Whitney has returned from
Miss Maggie Williams left us
Monday for E. C-ity, where she
expects to remain some time as
seamstress. We regret to give
her up and hope she will return
after a few months.
Messrs. C. R Carver and W
E Brite, of Norfolk, were visi
tors here Saturday and Sunday.
Right many of our people at
tended the Union meeting at
Berea Friday and Saturday.
Can You Tell Why.
You have constant headaches,
are nervous and sleepless at
night aud feel tired in the morn
ing? Your blood isn't carrying
the right materials to your
nerves and other organs. Begin
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the
great blood enricher, and you
will soon realize a change. You
will feel better and stronger,
will relish your food and enjoy
Nausea, indigestion are cured
by Hood's Pills.
Boars the S) Nl KM YOU Wm Aiwpv? bough.
Stops the Ceagh
and Works Oft the Cold.
Laxative BroinoQuinine Tab
lets cure a cold in one day. No
cure, no Pay. Price 25 cents.
There were quite a number of
drummers here this week.
Mrs. Mary Hooper is visiting
relatives and friends at Stumpy
Mr. John D. Midgett of Croa
tan was in Manteo Saturday.
- Mr. L. S. Hooper left Satur
day with his vessel for Columbia
to bring his wife, who has been
visiting her parents, and children
Prof. Duckett of Lumberton
is stopping at ibe Tranquil
Mr. Frank Midgett of Chica
mico moved his family to Man
teo last week, and is occupying
his new home on County St.
Miss Genolia Everett and her
niece and nephew, who have
been visiting Mrs. Morris, re
turned to their homes last week
We are sorry to hear that little
Miss Hattie Creef is quite sick.
Miss Eppes went to E. City
on Saturday, and returned that
Miss Myrtle Sample is quite
sick at her brother's home.
The Manteo Chemical Works
has been rebuilt, and is in opera
A trial of five colored men for
attempting a fight with Cad
King (col ,) the mail carrier from
here to Stumpy Point, came be
fore the Mayor last week, was
tried and laid over for the U. S.
Rev. J- J Barker has invitid
Drs Kilgoaud Ivey to be with us
on tlie 26thand 27th of October,
at an Educational rally, aud the
subject of missions will be in
cluded. Mr. Barker desires the
Missionary Society at Manteo to
give an entertainment one night,
and the one at Wanchese the
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile,
of Washita, I. T. He writes:
"Four bottles of Electric Bitters
has cured Mrs. Brewer of scro
fula, which had caused her great
suffering for years. Terrible
sores would break out on hei
head and face, and the best doc
tors could give no help; but her
cure is complete and her healtl
is excellent." This shows what
thousands have proved, that
Ele 'trie Bitters is the best blood
purifier known. It's the siipremt
remedy for eczema, tetter, salt
rheum, ulcers, boils and running
sores. It stimulates liver, kid
neys and bowels, expels poisons,
helps digestion builds up tht
strength. Ouly 50 cents. Sold
by Standard Pharmacy Druggist
For both sexes.
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
The largest aud oldest school in
Eastern North Carolina. Offers five
courses of study, i. Classical Course
1. Kuglish Course. 3 College Prepara
tory. 4 Business Course. 5. Music
Course. Diplomas granted upon completion
of any of the above courses.
Student admitted to the University
of North Carolina, Wake Forest and
Trinity Colleges upon certificate.
Business course thorough and prac
Fall term opens September 17th, 1900
Rates of board and tuition very low
Wiite for catalogue.
S L. SHEEP, Pres.,
Elizabeth Citj, in. C
The Head of the State's Ed
Three academic courses leading to
Professional courses in Law, Medi
cine and Pharmacy
Summer School for Teachers.
Scholarships and Loans to Needy.
Free Tuition to Candidates for Min
istry. Ministers' Sons and Teachers.
512 studerts besides 161 in Summer
School. 38 teachers in the faculty.
For catalogues and information ad
dress F. P. V ENABLE. President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
1 1 ft ti
AYegetabk Preparalionfor As
similating the Food andBegula-
j ting the Stomachs andBowels of
Opium, Morphine nor Mineral.
Mrtfir of Ola DrSAMCEL PiTClIEIt
&xk, lU SJU -jhane
JtyfieniV :' -BiCcrbttt.
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvensh
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
"It Pays to Use the Best.
These cuts represent the Standard of Excellenc;-.
Biggest House, Largest Stock and Lowest Prices..
We invite you to call and satisfy yourselves.
Grocers and Tobacconists,
:uil closilei-ss in
Hay, Lime, Cement, Paints, Oils, Rope, Hard
ware, Buggies, Harness, Tobacco and Snufi
at Factory Prices. Ammunition, Guns and
J. B. FLORA & CO.
Oldest Fisfy Gonrii)issioo Holise q XPfbHc.
sa- Stencils Furnished,
C Mercantile Agencies,
n r City National Bank.
Reference, citizen.s and
W 1 1 1 2 A YOU BUY
at the most convenient countrv or vill.io-e. if i;
possible that you may get seeds of fine stock and
germination, but has your experience shown
that it is likely?
Do you buy seeds from general merchandise stores
because you believe that they have the best, or is it
because you forget to order them from seedsmen
in time, or find letter writing too much trouble?
Nobody buys seeds at second or third hand except
as a result of forgetfulness or indifference, and if
you have been getting yours that way, it is time
you were making a change.
It's folly to risk your crops in that fashion.
We will sell you "Thoroughbred Turnip deeds''
at fifty cents per lb. and deliver them free at 3'our
post or express office.
GEORGE TAIT.& SONS, 7g Commercial Place
Seed Growers and Merchants. Norfolk, Va.
T kittle ton IoiiijxIo College.
A very prosperous school with modern buildings. snTendidlv located in a
remarkably healthful section in Warren
Kaleigh aud Weldon, N. C. Panacea water kept in building at all times lor
free use of inmates. Fifteen officers and teachers. Chaiges very low.
Eighteenth Annual Session begins Wednesday, Sept. 19th, 1900. Kor Cata
logue address Rev. J. M. Rhodes, Pres., Littleton, J. C.
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMt CENTAUR 60MrNT. NEW YORK CITY.
are the bes Full
stock on hand.
Flora & Co., Agts.
County on S A. L. Road between
GRAND OPENING OF
FALL AND WIN I LK
We have moved our MILLI
NERY PARLORS iroin up
stairs, across the street in the
store formerly used as a Drug
store and are prepared to
serve our patrous better than
ever. Our Opening will take
place Tuesday and Wednes
day OCT. 2nd and 3rd
All of our friends and
patrons are cordially invited
Orders from a distance
will receive ourcareful at
tention. M. HILL&CO.
Water .trw .
Prepares thoroughly for College.
Offers courses in Latin, Greek, Eng
lish. Mathematics, Science, History,
French, German, Book keeping, Sten
ography, and Typewriting. Excellent
librarv and gymnasium facilities.
Faculty of seven college graduates.
New and elegant buildings furnished
with all modern equipments. All ol
the first graduating class of sixteen
For illustrated catalogue, address,
J. F. B1VINS, Headmaster.
Durham, N. C
HOLMES & CO.
Will Have Their
IT JlSLii Opening
Their Stock has been selected
with the utmost care and
they have as fine a display
of millinery as ever
shown in this City.
All the ladies are cordialh
Invited. DON'T FORGET
NO 3 Main St,
of North Carolina.
Fall Term Begins Sept 12,
Catalogue on Application
We will pay the above reward for any case o
Liver Complaint, Dvspepsia, Sick Headache, In
dig stion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot
cure with Liventa, the Lp-to-date Little Livej
Pill, when the directions are strictly complied
with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail
to give satisfaction. 25c boxes contain 100 rills
ioc boxes contain 40 Pills, ;c boxes contain r
Pills. Beware of substitutions and imitations
Sent by mail ; stamps taken. NERVITA IV El 'I
CAL CO., cor. Clinton and Jackson Sts., Chicago
111. For sale by Standard Pharmacy, Elizabeth
City, N. C.
NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL
of North Carolina
Offers to young women thorough liter
ary, classical, scientific and industrial
education and special pedagogical
training. Annual expenses o2 to $ 12;
for non-residents y $152. Faculty of 30
mem 1 ers. More than 400 regular stu
dents. Has matriculated about "2,00c
students, representing every county in
the State except one. Practice and
Observation School of about 2so pupils.
To secure board in dormitories, all free-
tuition applications should be made beore
Correspondence invited from those
desinug competent trained teachers.
For Catalogue and other information
address until August 15th
PROF. J. Y. JOYNF.R,
Dean of Collece
CHARLES D. MclYER, President.
iTlanvrrui tuurit cam,
tJfsL 'feruKus Jut in
IN ALL THE LEADING STYLES.
JrnTby THE FAIR,
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
gdocmte Your Bowels With Cacaret.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever
0c. 25c. It C. C C. fall, drugs is urefund monea
We Offer You
Life to Motn
Robs ConfonrfiBnt of iti Piifl, Horror md Risk.
, runts' FRIEND" b-
suffer from V""' ? or, r! "T. V, E HSX
1 relieved at tne cruicai uiu
little-she bad no pain afterward and her
recovery was rapid.
E. E. Johbstos, Eufaula, Ala,
1 Sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of
price? f 1.00 bottle. Boo "To Moth-
I era" mailed Free,
BBiDFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlaata, G.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
ANTISEPTIC HEALING Oil
For Barb Wire Cuts, Scratches
Saddle and Collar Calls, Cracked Heel
Sums, Old Sores, Cuts, Boils, Bruises,
iles and all kinds of inflammation on
nan or beast. Cures Itch and Mange.
The Sere, Cat or Bura will ami u
n beta applied.
Be prepared for accidentiby keeping; it in your
house or stable: AIIDruflglstBselliton lWtMM
No Cure. No Pay. Price as cm. and $1.00. if o u.
OrusrriJ.. iocs not keep it send us as CM. in pos
tmgc stamps and we will send it to you by man,
Psrii. Tnn., Jan. 20th, 1894.
P,arSir:l have u.cd P.. tor'., An,"P'l """c
f .r Harnett and Saddle G!L. Scratchand Barb W ire Cu.
With perfect eatUf.ctio. and 1 heartily recommend it t
ail Uvery and Si"1RVrNE LiTy d Feed Stable.
aJSrSSS oil." bab, w... b-ralmj-.b.
a -ro. and after tryinR all other remediet 1 applied I your Oil
and tlie first app cation gave renei.anu m 'I, I .
t?re wm well. 1 al.o nae.tUe oil on nj rtej n find thaf
il ii the beat remedy lor immvvw LEWIS.
farii, Tenn., January 28.' 1891
PARIS MEDICINE CO.,
ST. LOUIli MO
President Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Ohio,
is highly respected all through that
section. He has lived in Clinton Co.
lb years, and has been president ol
the Sabina Bank 20 years. He gladly
testifies to tlie merit of Hood's Sarsa
parilla, and what he says is worthy
attention. All brain workers find
Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted
to their needs. It makes pure, rich,
red blood, and from this comes nerve,
mental, bodily and digestive strength.
"I am glad to say that Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is a very good medicine , especially
as a blood purifier. It has done me good
many times. For several years I suffered
greatly with pains of
in one eye and about my temples, es
pecially at night when I had been having
a hard day of physical and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
in Hood's Sarsaparilla which cured me of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
Hood's Sarsaparilla has proved itself a tru
friend. I also take Hood's Pills to keep
my bowels regular, and like the pills
very much." Isaac Lewis, Sabina, Oha
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $L
Prepared only by CI. Hood & Co.. Lowell, Mims.
arc prompt, efficient and
. y in effect. cents.
KV eunr dai icu
Psr Infant and Children.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
Thf httaai MUiai mM.
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
ol- a5?1yinS Chamberlain's Eye and
Skm Chntment. Many very bad cases
nave oeen permanently cured by it. It
equany emcient for itching piles and
, r J wjjt nippies,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
a Tfl phrnnip tmra annn m- .
- cjren. cts. per DOX.
?trwdy Condition Powders, are
in Hi. what- a n . . ' .
', - - uwuh wnen in bad
Condition. Tonif Klrwl 1
vermifnce. Tbv 1 .
medicine and the beat in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
tents per package.
Undr 3. Cash Dapoalt
Rai rt Palo.
Of M all yr to Botti ia-a. Yary Caap BW
GorB-AiarAina iiuainaaa lUj.
Offers undergraduate and grad
uate courses, iare nuu.txr ot
electives. Eight scientific la
atories, equipped with modern
and advanced apparatus. Large
additions to library. Complete
gymnasium. Expenses low. I ::,
ty scholarships to be awarded.
550,000 spent in improvements
the past year. Send for catalogue.
Durham, N C
tyoijumerjts and Gravestones.
We pay the height ami
guarantee sale delivery.
Largest stock hi tht
Couper Marble works
159 to iVj Bank Street. Norfolk. .1
E. W. A LB AUG H & SON
Wholesale Commission Merchant
TERRIPIN AND GAM L1
No. 22-1 Light Strt-ei Wharf,
Prompt Returns, Quick Salcs
Citizens National Bank.
W. J. Hoover & Co.
Stencils Fuin'shed Free
V hclesale Ct u n um i. &tict ii t'
Terrapin and Game.
8. W. COR. CHAltLhH and CAMDKM T
Prompt Returns. Quick . a 1
Third National Bank, C. lloito St a
art & Co., J. A Lehron Co
and the Trade in General.
Stencils Furnished brte.
8 B. MlUUsfeU
WHOLESALE 1. Yf V T
NO. 7 FULTON FISH MKT,
Clarence G, Miller,
Miller Longbotham. J
THE SALE OF KCK'J H CAKO
Stencils and Stationery FuruiMlietioL
WEEMPLOY NO AGENT.
Wholesale Dealers in and RhipperK 1 f
IO FULTON FISH MARK EI
We work harder for the inter
est of the Southern fishermen
than any house in the business.
If your Stencil is not in good onlei
let us know.
Saml. M. Lawder& Sons
Wooleutlt Commission ieili
Soft Crabs Terrapin Etc.
Ballimoro, I I
Quick Salts ! Prompt Return
rade Nat'l. Rank, Duns Merc-.
Agency, Wm. Hooper 8c o.,
Dukehart & Co. The J.
Wholesale Grocers and Con. ttS'
sion Merchants and
Consignments of North Caro
lina Herring solicited, and pro
ceeds remitted in cash
On account of our intimate
acquaintance and frequent trans
action with the grocery trade oi
the West and South we are able
to handle N. C. Fish to the best
possible advantage, and we are
known everywhere as the largs
est distributors in this market.