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1 r it 3 V Bncktens TnicafSaTve- fatern Ito-Aa? &&fcira &4Cb&M an&tta&lains, Coras, r.stin opinion tne .v iu;anu an ckhi xurupuuu?, uuu i Court of Appeal on the law gov- tivelv cures Piles, or no pay re- erninz an ailment to fcuit Iqnjred. Jws gf atWipd to, give that if be would refrain from drink-4; For sale bv John Y. MacRae. WSOlFSft PEG2tiO SHOULD OATRQNift -AXD This. new healmxesort is situated four inifes frpm'TVestEnJon ; the I Aberdeen" and "West Xnd "Railroad, -"- ' -4aWiit''iReen i mites soutb'wWt: of fc,r-t . TTC,, T 1 Southern. ttnest Tba 'AfedrBECAUSl- S Yr OTTr H AfD 'andWest'End Railroad ?. bracnj ing, u-iii tobacco, swearing and amblin until-he-wa-i t mHfrm - rear "11. he would give him five The nephew '. ForCorn artsand Bunions Corn thousand dollars. The nephew ! e onlr Abbott's K-istlniaa An All-fhe-vear-round -. r-' O1 uncle that hehadkeptthe promise. TiHr- jpt'JthkJ'latUt wrote AATTrPPl4AX AT PTXP youn- man ilviihvi rearneftaa f oiiijM should have th- monj-h Iforjr-5t j , ri rAiiti-tplial-algine. was paid over the uncle" 'lied and; . . c i Ea3 been thorouhlv tried and tested, an action lor its recovery , was ' and Drom.acej by all jrhp have tried it bnU2ht against the, executor .j.' kto be iUa r4at fni eaft3i riyJar contritx JiviiaoiK xJim:iiHWM - ' - - - . - w . . , n,l tl.r, f, I'm-olM on the narket. ui cnr8 it mieen or to suprt.it, and therefore "aJ iinmi'1 DTOg" This view ws I Q3txiu&' . I iM? bcd'ana'Mii i-boVJe. Manuiac- ;eneral term of the Supremu,6 pnetor, US. 1. UUUU8UU, its It J i fS2 IRsLleigti 3ST. O. , TESTIMOIilALS: : j Health Resort Line Road, and is , the. individual i enterprise of 'Atr. A. . IPage,. whose hmonev paiu iar lis enure conirue- tion and equipment.' - : r r1 Jackson Springs Ilot el js situated ? in tne verv neart oi wnat.is KHQwn i; r . ; I ' -1 as th( For Dispepsiar Chronic Diarrhea, j LOTfl-Leal PiHS m& "; DttR. Sp. Cystitis,--Kidney- Troubles; ' . ! " ' Sfectfoh iv Cholera ! Infantum :: ! - v ' . , , , .. . - i -I-. r.ri i of jsortli .Carolina, and whien- has . iiJ and Dewbtv. . , 1 -T . . . , c. -, , . .. j been so . well-termed the great ban- x -t 7.x. " x -1 tarium for thse snfferilijr from asth- UalmT - Breezes ol the Lonjr-leaf! i iicU. -rrT' BLe pays attention. to it. - . ;;; 1 -He advertises. " KejiuftIjefbjBst;F-nit Juices. ' ... JBfe rti5eW tlie Ue'st'Sii'iar. - He use tlel)evt Carbonated Water. He employs competent and agreeable service that is i N 1 I U V i'Lm Tl ifouotain is racked within ar -:e v. . It is because there is a nicer, a 'iialitHe-appointmente. Jeaa. - - - -H: but it is now rejected bv tbe; occa-iionallv drank liquor and be hud L ; Llal r i jht t do fto- Tlat f " r riiht he' abanhied ibr;a piriod of:; ;r,'! years upon me mp ngiu ur.mcj: 1 ft ?f cH?,to Pine and Deep-sand Section for i i I'uimonary and Asthmatic 't'. h Troubles. Mcpherson & Thompson, -FliOPRIETOES- climate being one of the , most, de lightful in the South, haying natu- ral deep sand' and drainage .."and oaimy neanng poors oi tne long-ieai pine, the invalid ' cannot hlp .hut -i improve from the day of ' hi s or lier 1 hcre'isi each f., a Card-Lit ol Flavor. :lA t . . o - .v-A .. - People jvant. tiling NIC C ciaUy Irt tbe matter cf luxuries. So nr?: tberefcrp . A . DRIXK SODa." at bobbitt Drn? PatronHse and 3IaiI i J CliderfiiSoIfeited: 57A7 SO . 1 FA YETTE VILL E STREET. f , -Rateirh, X. c. promise oi ins uncle mat ior forbearance-he would give him dive thousand tljar We ,need !nft , 11 leigh, H. C, Feb. 19, 1890. I W . T ii Clemen: I take gx;eat pieaenxa- in V A Gifinj my testimony (o the worth yotfr 1 nvctDbalal trine fi a.tecific Sat hea4- , . wi' ' i.'.iit t i . i:beio all foans.J for many yearp ha-ie speculate on Xbe ;efiort, which nun e,n a erea JTffryer witft thi ailnjeat ani have leeri required 'to give 'ake pleaur in atiting that in no instance, the IJ- IS '1 of thox; . sullicitnt We?t End, 3Ioore County, X. C. ! arrival. V ' if, IV 1 Cll . . -t ' 1J T1,V Kunuing; tar bacK beyjDua the.Vrie descendants of that hardy. memory oi xne earnest settlers .oij brawny and hospitable race, Moore County, North Carolina, tne Scotch,' whose hearts' are ever there has bubbled torth iroma solid opn to welcome all who come rock-bed some sparkling springs, the among them. flow-of. which forms a little rivulet The value of the "Jackson Springs of clear, cold, effervescing water, Ty-ater a5 a remedv for and cure of 'A V :Oz ;tirnu- up hint h aion, within-- T-rtani lirnit upon th" faith of A agrer-uia.!. iJ)d now having pe- lonii 1 lb ; eouviitions unoo-fl, it has it wLn directions wer fohowed. tailed to give imxediate relict tliat i , J. H. CORDON, It . i i -r-t i - r- i. , 1 l restricted hi, JaWtui IV -eUom of ' i , r jaenum turcn. pre-cnijei ; - ka'-ioe, c, Jan. 2, irrj. Lee, Joa'-ox A Co.: j Ger:ti-jten: Hotae dara ago I .VaV fedf- t carrying in its liquid depths many j ingestion in all of its forms, par of Nature's remedial and curative j ticularly dvspepsia' and diarrhceal m qualities. STALLIONS IN SBRVIGL -fTi diseases, kidney and bladder trou-!p These have long been known to j ble5 dropsv, tv'stitis and all debili-jf I the neighborhood as hi uncle's ; ilE--ii-s. tating causes is well known. The healing influences of inhal- ; ing the odors of the long-leaf pine Jackson Springs. For manv vears, that the waters and living in , and breathing the ; fc-. loi :ii M th : co'jilMcris import, it u , t ,rc,- rae f.r.ta ciy baMnci, bat npon ob-i f)f Jaci0n Strin' to- d min- 1 l"re atmosphere of this deep sand j r .!: h ' -tlf A,Ki,i -ruc. r tr- ,r:ch leherrtsd as t-3 bi able to re- eral properties which wre power- drainage is not to le disputed. ; - , t.n;-ir -e a .tuahy proved a beiieht ; ri!tin t nsy po.t 1 dnty. . : fi remedial and curative a-ents ' We desire to extend to all wbo !-" tn the u:,e!-." i " " fmeiy, and I trust thtt yoa ' , , r iTr V,.,n th trrH. 1 pub;ic. 1 - 1 ! Ca-.- -iinilar to 1 1 1 i .4 have fi qii.nily ccilc up th courts u:m the an erneiit- have generally b..-r-n enforce!. dropsv, diarrheal, and, in fact, all i t-'ses all the benehts winch Nature j ; debilitating ativctions, was known ; ns so bounteously bestowed upon onlv to the A-w who had locateil and ' us. To this end we have opened I " ' " ' ' " i , . i . . . . . T . 1 TT 1 1 ! iDni irHVICT iQf1 milr(i their "om l the lnuneuiate j oacKson spring- iioiei, anu m-j Y jut- trulv. . i;lerk at Ptvt ffie. Franklin Ghie. ;StanuVrd No. 3117. iSire: Ben. Franklin, o.T53 10 in li-t. ire: Dan'l Lampert.Xo.iO'J 35 in 2.3M list. Uncas. Standard No. 71-" v. Mre: Seneca Chief. Xo.'T. o in 2.C. iire: HMl;ek? toniau, !Vo. I'J, vith C't 0 des- i: 2 3 list. Franklin GWcl's ee to insure foal neighborhood.' But so remarkable j vite the public to its hospitality at j yrjs' fee to insure mare with foal j had been the effects upon those who, j reasonable rates. Mares sent to my horses will he hrpt ; ; after Ending their medicinal quali-! 'For further particulars address I Care will be taken "to prevent, but will m Th Farmer i- .tor and (Joyer.-c ip;ioe the ub-I r-aur v Fb.n. HiCHMo.Mv Va.,. June 2'J A i rpe-:al to thet liiur-p ay-: A ino-r-remarkable and sigiiilicant Al i t'l e';!ening in th- Alliance ranks in South Carolina, and the Tr .i.irv schenn. is .-aid to be the 'it. ring wedge that will split the party. It ha only just leaked out Jiat a conference ' wa held it: Co'umbui . several weeks age, , at whi !i a number of the leading Al ii "iie in :u were present; . i h' meeting was known at the :iii. but the object has just come to light. Goernor Tillman, who L-oppo.-: d to the Sub-Treasury plan, was at its. head, and it, was attended by most ol Uai. otate olucials. sen ator Irby, Congressmen Stackhouse and Shell and other leading lights of the farmer's movement, which so utterl v rootrdt'tltcj: J)emocraejVin this State la(f fall.- '"The- editorof the Alliance organ of the State, the Cotton Plant, was not invited." j iVllUOUlllMIUI Mi iinoru If II 1 1 1 lot J MiSS MaQQ'IG R66S6. ;t,es UaaifuU(tbemSelvM(to Mcl,UEI!SOX T1!0MPSOX. i theirs lniiuences, that their reputa-- ! tion couid not-he confined to '.'so.J West End, Moore Co., N. C. I small a- limit, : and rapidly through-1 ! out Moore and into adjoining coun-! Read carefullv the following tes- ties, went "the 'gl ad tidings -td th; tiraonials from these who have been afflicted ones. ' - -' j benefitted and cured bv the use of We have a full line .of Visitors from the surrounding country became : frequent and nu merous, and their May .'of longer duration," to the-extent that- many Summer Millinery COIl- small cabins were erected, and often SlSting'Of ;wllite Yachts, I whole uCrnjlies would ;drop in and and Vassar Sailors in all !n Ior a -r MAKIUFI) IIISSTfep-nAUGll- TER, And in (uietlv Killed by Friend of Divorced Wile. . , Uy Thh Uaited Press ' '; ' ' '' I'kokia, 111., June 30. Some time ago Itoyal Frisby received a notice signed "Society of Justice" and bearing a skull and cross bones,' giving him warning that he.jvvas to be killed, Xestitfday jbioriiin his dead body was found on his farm riddled with shot. The noticeis not , believed to havo Jjeen sent by White Caps,' but by -friends of his divorced wife. ( Frisby , married a Mrs. Carver,' of Marshall county; kinds of straws. Leghorn and Neapoli tan Hats, shirred mull h at Sj 11 o wer s n gau ze - rib bons, etc,, etc. " v 'J As we do not carrv over Summer Millinerv, we will-ll- allf ready:-trim-med dod at greatly re duced prices. L J PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE . ; .: ASSURAIICE SOCIETY, OF in the open air, sleeping, in .tents or wagons, and scaring .for Uhemselvek in the old-fashioned camp-meeting style.- -"'" m Xl:,-j?i -i w More recently the repuiailon-of a -rM (try' ight the Jackson Springs Water: and escapes. juny-if. is my own ior 'l.t cents p-r . prevt.-nt. ut will not ha responsible lor acci . StainLird-brt-d Fillies and Colts fur sale. Apply to B. P. WILLIAMSON. ' Raleigh. X. C. y 4 Kev. W. S. Lacy, D. D., Think Its Fflect 3Iarvelou?. Messrs. McPherson Thompson", West Ed. S. . : I 1 Dear Sirs-1 sm verv happy 1 o be able to c;i' e you my testimony to the excel 1 lence or the Jack-on Springs Wattr as a natural 1 emeaial aeent, indeed a spe cific, in all forms of dyspepsia, and a. a tonic when the digestive powers have been weakened by longdebilitatit gdis eaief or have been over-taxed and disordered. In my own case having suffered from of cystitis in February site'' recovering fiom finement acdmucJi lonl:- 1 , i . . ,! n - tTCl liliC3, 1U AUlll WILLI HU (flilt obtainwlan optionn thfc Springs U-ery poor' PjlQ hard to please, andbein- and sofne 700 ac3rc ofdondeiifjpinei Jtpuch weakened by. protracted suffer andiSsaldt W sWWltik I ?Elnd llfJ aay3. l aranK tne water treely and its T1TTP A. "I f rr i i Ut r OOKS : AMD : S - oftLs npri? ver-rr.irjs yon. want in tbic lire rATIOWSRY. Jackson : Snrn ism Water he earned so l :iA..t'iiU a severe attack niucii 4.aiJs.-u n , i ua i itv cuui;t i . a i ftn March. 1-84, party of -gentlemen got it. i', ,mplesl:of ttheiS wateP ;3were I tatin -r m KtQffl. ArrTv.iiU.rLieiifccis were marvelous. Aivstrenstn ' I L LA. I V t . L W . . V AM. - 1 LULlj . -4Kv'a II 1111 111 f I X I. -' . a " ..v V- J i - rv -jm i ' - -. c .1..- . . i sr j 7 j f r t M15SfmaaG eilteeSfJil-' li xpenmeniatauon ior analysis, tne stored, and my improvement was, f i t i.S ? 1. iJ I H reanlfof 'wTiicTT? fnllnTr fOT so short a time, very marked. aaoajl rairw 'wou i-i -'-mh H; j i 1 1 siti ue eneci conunuea long arter NEW YORK. 5 SBEPPARO ..(- It is charged that Jie -dissipated-her 1 -r - gTtZ, i zrJ , . i&'iJlU' J rj. : ' - y LWi Ask Yoa to- Investigate it. loriune. viiet Mie secured ii divorce he' married ' her 1 daughter. Thia gave' rise to a bitter feeling whiclP is believed to have culmi- natcd in his death. " HOMANS. President, saves -AmstnniL1 .-:;-t .i'.U .) We Are Familiar With Other Plans We Believe Ours to be the Best. - . ... Asaryus No.- 0,147 'Experiment Station. was re- even and mv re- l . - i - .i,iUJn norre. i. nSIrs. Lacy was a sufferer from dvs- ; ,3f- .yi ??31QG gUO', Jf;ivLrs. Lacy was a sufferer from dys jNO. -i UAiGiiiCULTURAL DEP-,T,i-oegia in agravated form for two years, A f 'Expi&nrEN? R?tovKiO I J 4 she was much enfeebled and 'water1:;ttoStiirirf6irtd3rt sis, rara.aemiioanmar&ecp if.--Jau Wilson; ? TcontainSi au 1 evaporaiiofo tier U. s.-srallon v 1 -r' ' confined for - five months to her bed $he first used the .water bottled; acd the 'rsesult was so satisfactory that as soon as sae coma oear tne journey she was OU;'. J-PTCIALTIE.: School Books, Stationery. Blank BoIs Diaiit N. O. 8nprwe Conrt Reports, Stand sirrt MiceDHiif'onj Books, :0:- Oua Sew. Public attcks : MRS." SPENCER'S-FIRST 'STEPS IN N. C. HISTOHV, SCIIOOI. HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA, ' . COPY BOOKS. PRIT'FRS, SPFAKERS AND IMUFST-. i -:c:- ; .SEND FOR. PRICES. A T ITT". IT TTA Tv -irr i -r -w . . RALEIGH, -'rs. O. v HEALTH, REST AXD SOLIDS. Sulphate of Potash Stdphate of Soda Chloride of Soda Carbonate of Soda utu uuuaic ui ijiiuc ....X.i Carbonate of Magnesi a 833 " Oxide of Iron and Aluminum .181 " Sodium Phosphate Trace Silica 2.567 grs. oiiT (Mil ? '! f M A i.lsae coma o oii;:-aug amHeoiTOmerai LtaKen to the SpriDgs, regaining three -weeis. The water has proven so ben eficial in her case that it is a matter of wonder . and thankfulness to all her rinenas. bne visited tue SDrincs a fee-nd summer ith like marked itn- prc ement, and it is to her a veritable 'lesda, a pool of heang, a lecoa health. ' Whenever jaded Or run do, i, or whenever 'feeling depression or suffering occasioned by. indigestion, a week or a month at Jackson Springs is the potent remedy that ' answers all aemanus. V ery trulv vours.. Wm. S. LACY. The lanse, 68 BoushSt , Norfolk, Ya,, May 1. 1891. 577 g .263 .. .8o . 78 4 G ( ) 0 1 ) . -: :, . i i .; t-i f : J;'Js' l V A T E R Swallowed His Fahe Teeth. .1 ByThfJmtcd Preea. : IIJosto.v; June 30. .Tas. ' Corco rai died in , the: hospital from the cflects of having swallowed his false teeth. ft It You Wani Proteeiion Only, : It Yoor Want tbe Best Endowment, It Y on Want Limited Payment In f r surance. XiOSBJl. BUY OF US. MAKAOER, : , GREENSBOab, R O. ,9. ') ma. 2 Total..... 7.546 " Your obedient servant, II. B. Battle, Seal. Director. To P. M. Wilson, V.. Raleigh, N. C. - Upon receipt of this analysis the option was cioseu, ana the pur chasers have erected near the Springs a new and comfortable hotel, fitted it out anew, and it is now open to the public as j i T ?i n L-o rl rw CV;nT:n t This valuable water is: packed for shippin"g: purposes, ! in ' flint battles, six to the gallon, and ' two or'' four dozen bottlos to the case. The very strong mineral qualities 'make this water so effervescent it ' cannot be packed in large bottles or casks. For prices and further particulars address; n --' -ii :, McPHERSON & THOMPSON : West End, Moore Co., N.j C. Mt ; Vernon sSj)rs, .Chatham Lount v. ; ; ; : : ' Under New Alanagemeni. This resort is now open, and many changes are being made for :L comfort and pleasure of the guests.1 - - : Some-of the pleasures of this delightful resort are its Ten-pin AH-?' Croquet Grounds, Ball-room, String Band, New Piano. It you want tc have a good time, fro to this sl aering m.int. ermen will find excellent Waters near-by in which large fich abour.J. ; Terms. $1.50 tri $2.00 perdayl $7.00 to $10.00 per week, c-'-per month. ; Special' rates for families and ministers. For additional information J address, : J. D.-.UUIE, Proprietor. ' . . . Mt. -Yernon Springs, North Carolina For the "Water of Life," address all ordeii to J. M. Fou?t, 0--Mt. Vernon Springs, N. C. .' - juni---- ! 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