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THJK DVHIUlM DAlLiY GLOBR. WEDNESDAY. MABCH 30.
Seventy (7 7) Seven - - j-vnty-sevcn years old, and have had res-wed at least twenty years by the 7f shift's Specific so that now I feel T ii abost fifty-seven. My trouble was 'szx ' r fttrl Vars' My foot and Ies to :. . a rnnninc sore for two years, tVi:-iass "id it could not be cured. J.""-t f:een small bottles S. S. S. there "f t i .:re oa my limbs, and I an well, and . .-7 r-siven YEARS OLD lease on life. You 'ought to let "' '''l.sjll"3 know of your wonderful remedy. I?.aF. Stiles, Palmer, Kansas. K WONDERFUL REMEDY V S -.yrvl'-J tr o!d people- It baiM . ;p r.te getcral health. Treatise on -TIFT bPECITTC CO., Atlanta, Ca. Dissolution Notice ! s- .. Hs ; -ivf-n tliat the firm of 7.fa i- thi day d! , -;; l.vn;:: : c.w.t, It ( arnne- 1 l , . -;V - 5f,' i l : int'-r-' -t to ino ne v :-.i,'0,j, 4t'.on'A- iVton, which will ' T:. t i-in'; -'it the old -land .:.'".lHt..j" triers v and iff or. All . . : the rinn of Carrinetnn' & l ' .oM'ri-d to come f-.irwnrd Ii. CAIMMXGTON". m:w tik i. - : L-wrt the irlteret of S. H -;. in 'l.'t rirrn of C'lrrington & v. ;ke p!f.--i-ure in informing i:,! chtomtrs that we have : ,ur-'.-lve-! together for con- ; t Jrixtry and (leneral Mer - ;..'--- at 'i: -im" :-tand, and . p:?ronai:'-. pr 'mi-ing t serve ; - V--t of ir ihiiify J ! 1 f! AXTOX. J I J. I' A TI ON. - NOTICE. y - .v -; , - I Hk a warm cn i' :-:::-:i ' !..v t r i -n t ! - ?tnd forme ' T.v-v vrt hv (if 'Mir trade .!-: ::.':t r -l!led with r:-.i. i . l 1 ii'i',"' Dro'isr.'lv. u a ::;m.;tox NEW STORE! SEW STOCK! A. G. cox a CO., l.KlK:i IN" Family Groceries! v,- in Kk'ant (Quarters, Mi-. Co's OM Stnd ) V.,::, ir.croa.Ml Ibmui an-l increased :-,-.', t !.;. -.viil rurnish at LOWEST PRICES u.i. kin: ok F alley ( irnTries. FiH'lstulf. m:vvv (;;ioi;i;i?n:s, Arid all kinds (t (l-od-- found in a (Jenoiiil St re GIVE THEM A CALL ! v . 11. JlUlil 11 1 i:1:::, Sip hmM Painter I) UK II A 31, X. C. IIkt Ilanin, Dcooi ariny:, in that Line. patronage solicited and .-atisfac--33 always cuaranteed. If-ferences: The best in the city. ( aargt-s: As low :is good work can be --'".e for. h-ave orders at Furniture Stores. A. A. SEARS, -5 ! em HBiy Vlvaiff 8 I -3 t., Ulow r.anner Warehouse. TRMS STRICTLY CASH ! Clrefu' fivers Furnished at all Times. Day or Xighl. -ie 2yIo a Oa.ll ! CUT FLOWERS, BODQDETS 1 rrEf p and UonX ifns tastefully KmVKn. l?.pas H111!- Magnolias, Fine mt?hSnyr V?1 ,bHPr Ple. Horse Twi! fnd oth(r Shade Trees, 'efrapa orders promptlv attended to. H. STEIXMETZ, Florist, tzVLZ wltb P.H.Il2tfitBUrt- Dnig Stor, DuThaa. N. C. JEREMV. "Vfhy will you take the boat, Jeremy? Why, my boj will you so? The wind L high and the tide Ls low. The rocks are bare as a whale's bleached bmea And oat in the bj there the sacdhar moaxL Jeremy! Yoa're the Last soa of yoar mother. The sea Las left me no other. Laat niht the air was still, Jeremy, But the ocean could not rest: The old moon held the ne-c moon on her . brea&L, Hocking it there like an ailing child. At dawn to the eastward the fog was piled. Jeremy, And the sun was red as an oven. And the water with wind streaks cloven. I must take the boat, said Jeremy. "Mother, whatever befall me. They are many I hear them who call me, My father, the captain, my brothers seven. Are under the sea and their souls in heaven. 'Jeremyr They call me the souther's a-brewing TLey bid me be up and doin. There's a wreck in the oSn?,1 said Jeremy. I cannot see, but I know it. They have put forth a boat with two men to row it; They drift on the waves, and my brothers be neath I must go! let me po, if it be to my death! My father calls me to wrestle For the life of the crew of that vessel r Away in hi boat went Jeremy, 11 U motlier stood wringing: her hands The waves ran up in a crowd on the sands. The storm descended and smote the sea. And the shouts of the wind were as evil set free. Jeremy!- " Hat her cry was blown back in her throat. And her son went down with his boat. E. Cavazza in Youth's Companion.' Oat of Kilter. Kilter or kelter was aa "Anglicism long before it was an Americanism." Skinner, in 1671, has "Kelter; he is not yet in kelter, nondum est paratus." It is also given in a reprint of Ray's collec tion of 1691. The k before i points to a .Scandinavian origin. Cf. Dan. kilte, to truss, tack trp, whence E. kilt Rietz gives 4fwed. dial., kilter band, a band for holding np tucked up clothes; kiltra eig, to gird up, tuck up, and fasten. The metaphor is obvious enough. This word kelter, as it ehould be spelled, is given in Johnson's Dictionary, an 1 derived from the Danish kelter, tc gird. A quotation is given from Bar row's works, where the word is used. Bailey in his Etymological Dictionary derives it from the Latin culrara. Hali well ("Dictionary of Archaic and Pro vincial Words') gives it as ued in the east of England both as a substantive and as a verb. It is a word of every-day use in Surrey and Sussex, in the sense of order or condition. The. Re v. W. D. Parish, in his "Dictionary of the Sussex Dialect," notices it in the phrase, "This farm seem3 in very good 'kelter.' I have often heard it used in the same way, and anything that is out of condi tion is described as being "out o' kelter." On reference to the publications of the English Dialect society it will be seen that the word is of very general use throughout England. In the neighbor hood of Whitby it occurs as a verb and a substantive, and in the mid and east Yorkshire glossaries also; it is used alsc in west Cornwall, Hampshire and the Lsle of Wight. In west Somerset, in Sheffield and in Hnddersfield the word mean money. These references will be suffi cient to show that the expression is not an Americanism, but that the word ha found, and still finds, a place in vernacu lar English. Xotes and Queries. A Useful Article. "Why, how odd this had never beeu thought of beforeT said a visitor at a woman's exchange of the city. She had in her hand a pretty knitted article, which was a baby's bottle cozy. Foi railway travel or to go out with Miss Baby in her own little carriage they art of great service in keeping- the mills warm, and also, as they are knitted double, to offer protection against break age. Some padded ones were also seen, but are not so serviceable as the knit ted ones, as they do not fit so closely tc the bottle. Xew York Times. A Boon for Bachelors. The advantaged of a pocket that has no sewed seams and cannot rip and that is neat and smooth in the garment are such a3 will be appreciated by ever masculine reader. Sach a pocket is the invention of an ingenious Yankee, who calls his device a safety seamless pocket The peculiarity of these jJocketa is that they are woven complete in one piece. 2s o stitching or sewing is necessary to "make them ready for use, but they are turned out by the loom in the exact form in which they are reqaired for trousers. New York Journal. All animals, from ants up to whales and elephants, play together in youth, and some are fond of taking such diver sion at intervals through life. One might search the world over and not find more playful creatures than puppies and kittens, but there are other dumb ani mals which not only frisk about, but actually descend to practical jokes. Robert Buchanan, the poet, novelist and reviewer, was a poor Scotch, village boy a score of years ago, without fame or fortune or prospects of either. The success he has had in literature has been won by hard work and merit, but today he. is one of the foremost men in London literary life. In some of the West End restaurants in London as much as twenty-eight shillings a week is paid by a waiter for the right to look after the wanta of wealthy diners. Tips there vary at any thing between 6d. and 2s. 6d., and a first class man may reckon to clear a solid 3 a week. Small articles made of malleable iron are now finished and polished bright by being placed in revolving drums with curriers' shavings, from which they emerge with all of the rough edges smoothed and the surface highly pol ished. Xew Y'ork's annual pie bill u $5,460, 000, or more than is paid for public schools, the fire and police departments, or Bent to the heathen. New York pro duces about one-thirtieth of the pie crop Cf the United State. Great Force in a X a tithe 11. : The procession of rowboats coving rapidly about Lake rderritt, Oakland, a few weeks ago was observed with in tense interest by a few people who had watched with eagerness the movements of one of the- men in the leading boat. Thi3 boat was fitted with paddles, the rapid rotation of which urged the boat rapidly through the ripples and drew swiftly the seven other boats in tow. The boating excursion was no pleasure party, but a private exhibition of a "mo tor which, if able to accomplish one tenth of what is said of it, is the most powerf ul application of electrical energy devised. Charles Sellander is the man who di rected the movements of the leader boat, and he is the discoverer of the chemical combination that produces .marvelous results. The process, the materials, the tt n T nor rf orvm Vxt o Ti-vr . ova caawIq closely held, for no patent haa been issued. To a very few people has any information of the discovery or inven tion been communicated, and these peo ple must be losing sleep contemplating the marvels which the yQung inventor claims for his motive power. Sellander is a modest mechanic, quiet and in dustrious, who is employed by the South ern Pacific company as an extra engineer of locomotive engines. The outward appearance of his appa ratus is simple. His chemical compound is incased in air tight copper vacuum bulbs, for it explodes on exposure to the atmosphere.. Attached to the copper re ceptacfe are wires through which the electricity is fed as on supply wires of other electrical systems. The discovery is the generating materials and their imprisonment. . One of these vacuum bulbs is ho larger than a walnut. Yet with this infinitesimally small generator he is said to have sent the light row boats dancing over the surface of Lake Merritt as though they were .shells moved by a Cambridge crew. The inventor recently told a friend that for three weeks he ' had supplied constant power from his tiny generator to move a toy boat" in a pond in his back yard and the battery showed no signs of weakening. To the same friend he said that he regards his invention or discov ery as the nearest approach to perpetual motion yat attained. San Francisco Ex aminer. Cannibalism in a Western Camp. A horrible discovery has been made in the mountains of South Dakota, about ten miles from -the border which indi cates that a party of lost people have been driven to " the dire extremity of feeding upon each other. In a deep - canyon, where the camp was sheltered from the storms, there were found the remain? of a camp, and at the fire, in the ashes, were several bones and pieces of a human body which had been cooked and partly eaten. There had evidently been five or six in the party and three of them had been killed to furnish food for the others, for there were three skulls found, and from their size it is evident that-all of them were those of women or children, for they were much smaller than the skull of a man. The bones of the legs and arms were found, and to one leg bone there waa still a quantity of cooked flesh hanging. The survivors had evidently-got some other meat and left the undevoured part of the last victim in the firf, with the. intention of burning it up, Irafr the fire was put out by a storm and discovery thus made possible. It is believed that the party originally consisted of two,men, two women and a boy, and that they passed through this place last fall on their way to the west. If such was the case the men have sac rificed their companions in the attempt at self preservation and are now alive. It is.understood that the authorities of South Dakota will make a searching in vestigation and see if they can find out the survivors of the terrible deed. Cor. Philadelphia Press. Fifty Ton of Dynamite on Board. The steamer Al-Ki is lying at the wharf at Port Townsend waiting for the steamer Empire from San Francisco wish fifty tons of dynamite. The Al-Ki ha 3 a special permit from the postmas ter general to carry this dynamite to Juneau, Alaska, and will carry no pas sengers on thistrip. A protest has been sent to Washington against permitting the Al-Ki to carry mail on the trip with dynamite, but no answer has yet been received. Harbor Master Jones has in structed the chief of police to prevent the' t racier of the cargo of dynamite from the steamer Empire to the Al-Ki at the wharf. Jones says the safety of the city demands that the cargo be trans ferred out in the bay, at a proper dis tance from shore. Cor. Seattle Post-In- ' telligencer. Statue to BUmarck Postponed. A meeting of the central committee for the erection of a monument toPrince Bismarck was held recently under the j presiuency ui uui uu -c cu&uv , juw 1 ident of the reichstag, at which it was I decided to invest tho whole of the con tributions, amounting to over 1,014,433 marks, in the new imperial 3 per cent, loan. It was also resolved not to select the site or invite artist3 to send in de signs until the question of the site of the monument to be erected in honor of the Emperor William has been settled. London News. - Price of Coffin Coins Up. The "Cleveland cofrLa trait has been reorganized and prices are to be ad vanced" SO per cent.' Sarah Berahardt's fad of having her coffin made to order under personal supervision has found many followers since this notice of ad vanced rates, and coffins are taking the place of the old fashioned eight day clocks in the halls of the fashionables. Of course there is no question of econ omy in this. Exchange. Spring Has Come in the South. TThP m.-iVf season has ouened here. A negro living three miles from town was -attacked by a coachwbip snake the other dav and had to take leg bail. Rat tlesnakes are also reported. Cor. At- DYSPEPSIA Is that misery experienced when suddenly made aware that you possess a diabolical arrangement called stomach. Xo two dppep tica have tho same predominant symptom?, .hut whatever form dyspepsia takes The underlying cause is in the LIVER, and one thing is certain no one will remain a dyspeptic who will It will correvt Acidity of the Stomach, Hi pel fool -cases. Allay Irritation, Assist Digestion 'and at the same time Start the Liver working and all bodily ailments will disappear. "For more than three years I suffered with Dyspepsia in its worst form. I tried sereral doctors, but they afforded no relief. At last I tried Simmons Lirer Regulator, which cured me in a short time. It is a good medicine. I would not be without it." James A. Roaxz, Philad'a, Pa. See that you get the Genuine, with red 2 oa frnt of wrapper, rm&uo osxy by J. II. ZEELEt & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. RAILWAY TIME OAED. Arrives Durham. K. D. K. Ii. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Leaves I Jjurham. 4 20 a m 5 07 a m lU 18 a in 12 32 p m 1 JU p m 10 37 am 12 Ui pm .Nignt Ex. for Greens. 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