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WKDNKSDAY, . . . May 11,7892 mi State News. Tin- unrui.il council of tho tlioccsu of K-i-t (' ironiv will bu held at EiiZiUth City Mtiy Is. The fruit crop is mid to be b tier in .Moore county tliau anywhere cls-j we h ive hrnrti of. Tlie commencement exercises of Chow an I'.-iptist female institute at Murfrees ...ri will take place May CI and June 1. A revival, conducted by Dr. C. M. l'MWie, litis been in progress ut the Pres byterian church in Concord, n.nd another nnrc;ation is now participating. I ne I'lgnieenth annual meeting of the North Carolina State dental association will l-e held at Winston Jlay 1M-2U. Dr. ( '. b. Alex inder, of Charlotte, is 'presi dent of the society. Dr. 11. C. Ilerrin s ill deliver ati essiy on "The Dentist." A few days ago an attempt to assa-si-n.'tte Hdward Swearingt.on was made near XorwiM.il. The Vidette says a load of l-uekhot was fired at him, which tore through his coat in several places, and gr.el his body, but no severe injuries were sustained. Col. George W. IJushyheud, ex-chief of the Cherokee Indians of the North Carolina reservation, died at Atlanta last week. He was a delegate to the South ern Baptist convmtiun, and won his military title in the confederate service. He was an ordained minister. The Charlotte News states that the Scab, .aril Air Line will purchase the old Kock Island mills property and build a line pii-scnger depot on the ground, within two blocks of Independence s.ju.tte. The structure will contain of- tices for the superintendent of the Caru-! Una Central, the telegraph fore., etc. i In Moore county, the Blade savs. tw of Samuel Grower's little children wen pi iving, when one, six years old. form., hi brother's pistol and pointed it at his uirec-earoiu brother. It was discharged the Ull striking the little fellow irf the centre of the forehead. The child lived iJmiU an hour. A proposition has beeu madebyCleve- i:um, capuansis to build a railroad trom Henderson to Washington, throud 1-rariKiin, isasli, Edgecombe and Pitt and passing through Battleboro, Tarboro and (Jreeuville, They want the several communities to take stock. The road will be about one hundred miles Ion A charter which would cover this enter prise was granted by the last legislature. A young white man went to Charlotte rviturday to get a marriage license and was to have been married Sunday, lie g"t the license, but instead of o-oina ofieh nome, ttie iNews savs, before nb'ht lie was tlrunk and in the station hou-.e. He remained there all day Sunday, ami Monday was discharged 'from custodv, ..v. nt.ii'.it iiipiu io uuirvc it up as iM'ft lie could with his disupp..inted fiance. Peter Cobb, colored, who was sen tenced in Wayne county in January last tn serve 115 years in the penitentiary for lurejny, escaped recently. The Argus vushe was recaptured at Goldsboro'af ter midnight. Peter was found tecieted under the house. lie was dragged out iiiel searched, lie was found to be an nr.-enal. He had seven pistols on his person -all of them new and loaded. They were stolen from a hanlwaic store a few days before. Cobb is now again in the penitentiary. The following is a li.-t of the North Carolina delegates to the republican national convention: At huge: II. P. Cheatham, J. C. Pritchard. if A.White and J. C. Dancy; first district, C. M. Herman! and Hugh Cale ; second district, C. A. Cook and J. 11. Harmon; third district, (. C. Scurl)ck an.l A. R. Mid dleton; fourth district, E A. Johnson :tnd John Nichols (seat contested by John H. Williamson); filth district, Archibald Uradv and J. II. Youii"; seventh district, Z. V. Walser and W. A. Hailey; eighth district, L. L. Jen kins and J. O. Wilcox; ninth diBtricc, Ii. . Harris and C. J. Logan. These are "II instructed to vote for Harrison. There was a very d. stressing accident ft l'oilocksville Saturday, it being the howning in Trent river of two little daughter of Mr. Simuel Hudson, the JTesent member of the house of repre sentatives from Jones county. The elder prl, Flossie, was 13 years o'f age; Sadie, the younger, was not quite 8. The evbern Journal says they had obtained permission to go down to a seine beach, near the village. The two, wi,h others,' pulled off their shoes and waded in the filter awhile. All had come out of the water except Sadie, the small one, when Mie took a Ftep too f .r and fell in the ftianriel. Flossie, who was then 011 the hank, immediately sprang in to try to sve her, but she also got beyond 'her depth and only sacrificed her life in the ydn attempt at rescue. Hefore drown lr' she called to the two little ones hore to reach out a stick, but they w re too terrified to take serviceable ac l,,n. The bodies were recovered with httle trouble. , A cold of unusual severity developed "'to H dilliculty decidedly catarrhal in '"'its characteristics, threatening a ro trn of my old chronic malady, catarrh, ae hot tie of Ely's Cream li:tlm com l,!,;tjy eradicated every symptom of that P'ju.f.d and prevailing'.lisonlr. i:. W Punier, of Kochester, N. Y. FOR wVl-!" ,u"1 cnHSJ1' for a nice outfit tor a imw, , y f'f dAil3- newspaper. Terms eHson.le. AoolVHt, this oiling. CiIUONlCLE PUPblSHING CO. CURS YOURSELF! Ak TO'ir l)rnirurlt for a. &otti of Bit i. Tho only the UniiutUrAl disf liarir and TlOfl'tooiamtiti m i-ftmndi' firall i rI.T,lta ''iieuh.'s of men aud tho to women. It i-.kks In a leqr without tho aid or : hsA "''''Wi! American Cure. wanuraclnred by HSJTOtq Thi Evans Chemical Co. P CINCINNATI, O. . ySJr 7; J rtS llivl-iv s fUU1C!l rsaive The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, corns and skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pav required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents nor box. I or sale by John Y. MacKae. Some FoolUh 5VM.le Ailow a cough to run until it gets be Vona the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them awav Could they be induced to try the "successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the excel lent effect after taking the first doe Price 50 cts. and $1.00.' Trial size free. At all druggists. Now Try Tlii. It will cost you nothing and surely do you good: If you have nt'onrrh wil Cold, or any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relic f, or money will oe paia wick. Sutlers from La Grippe round it just the thing, and under its use bad a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself bow good a thinw it is. i rial oottle Iree at John Y. Mac Rae's Drug Store. Large size 50c. and You dont have to continue dosing with Simmons Liver Regulator. Often a litHe cures effectually. , When I began using Ely's Cream Balm my catarrh was so bad I had head ache the whole time and discharged a large amount of filthy matter. That has almost entirely disappeared and I have not had headache since. J H Summers, Stephney, Conn. Ol-FIfK OF S. ClIEKKV, 21 Drayton Street, Savannah, Ga., Dec. It;, 1801. Messrs. Lippmau Bros.. Savannah, Ga. : Dear Sirs I would like to add my testimony to the almost miraculous effect of P. P. P. in the case of Mary Ingra ham. a woman, living on my place; she had a constant cough, sore throat, de hility, etc., and was emaciated to a de gree that she was unable to get out of bed unaided, being given up by physi cians; she had taken the ruinous "so called blood medicines without the least effect, until being put under the P. P. P., she immediately began to improve and is now in as good health as ever in her life. You can refer to me at an-, time as to the effects of P. P. P. iu the foregoing case. Yours truly, SMUEL CHERRY. The great vegetable substitute for pills is Simmons Liver Regulator. Cures sick headache. i'l-ciiiii i) C:is. S. II. Clifford. New Cassel, Wis., was troubed with Neuralgia aud Rheuma rism. his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to no alarming de gree, appetite fell away, aud he was ter ribly reduced in fi.-sh and strength Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. -- -- 4X1. Tm what Mrs. I'.iisley, of Newburtr. N. Y., always says t ) Hood's Sarsapurilhi! It cured her uf a severe cae of scrofula and tc.tma, and she has reason to b.j gmteful. If you are biliou take Hood's Pills. Why will you suifor from indim-stion and dyspepsia ? Simmons L'.ver " Ib'rU lator is pleasant and cures. 'I'll- !lo:ucii-M Man iti ECalt ih well ;s the handsomest, and others ire i'ivitcd to c;;il 011 any druggist ami st free a trial bottle of Kemo's Balsam br the throat and luns, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure all chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bronchitis 'ind consumption. Large bottles T.O cts. md .1.00. A T!iri lim ortlt 4 -ti olliut Towij. Little more than a year airo. Xoifh Wiikesboro, N. C, was unborn. ;u: i its site a beautiful rolliu upland faun. Now it is a srmirt town of 400 people, with numerous brick stores, a bank, an excellent weekly newspaper, graded streets, sidewalks and an insured nros- perous fuui'e. North Wilkesboro. with her great commercial advantages, is uu- loubiedly destined to become the largest and most prosperous town in northwest ern .North (Jaiolina. Numerous resi dences, a lare academy, bridge across Yadkin river, foundry, "sash arid blind factory now beiug "built. Don't miss xn opportunity to make money, but im to the bfx auction sale of town lots at North Wilkesboro May 11th. 1692. de duced rates on all railroads from 9th to 14th of May inclusive. iEKMS of Sale: One-third snot and ! Daiance m one and two vcars with 6 per cent, interest. Col. N. O. Beckenbau.rh, of Balti more, Md., autioneer. mavb-lt A 1 k ''ilrvV-TTX -' i r.. rjimiLuoivniuiii'tuttAj 1 a 9 Mothers' Friend" HAKES CHILD BIRTH FKY, Dec. 2, 1886.-M7 wife used MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third confinement, and says she would not be without it for hundreds of dollars. DOCK MILLS. bent by express on receipt of price. tlJ50 tm- W. tie tfook "To Mothers " mailed free. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. 'OH ALI mt ALL DRUaaiSTS. ATLANTA. QM. is recommended by physicians because they seeita healthy effects all around them A leading physician in New York and beo. 8, 1890, he has made use of the P PP sent him, and was pleased to sav P 'p V proved efficacious ma number of 'cases' and adds, it is no more than he should have anticipated from the satisfactory combi nation of such well-known drugs c;or?,rr0T?ent rsHlway superintendent of &VSSaPP"9atton) says ",i'cu auiKease in legs and arms powerless to walk or eat without assistance, having lost the use of his limbs vlJmati?m malaria, dyspepsia, etc. Physicians here ant him to New York and they returned him here, and he was as complete a wreck as one could be and aelJaT36 RR R haS made him ,P;v, Pb Pvs rknown among physicians In the South for its various aud won derful cures as tr great puriJier of the are BloodPolson svrSf', Secondary and Tertiary J1, 3' y?l sor!s' PimPles, blotched, acioxala, blood and mercurial poison and skm oiseases are eradicated by the use of r v ' Ksts of certificates are in office to show the cures in these diseases where all other medicines have failed. Hbeuiiiatigm Tnflammatorv. e-nnt aniatin on i rtred diseases with its exemtiating pans are cured by the wonderful blood cleansina propertiesof P. P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium!. Catarrh Originates in scrofulous taint. P. P p purifies the blood and this prevent? catarrh For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pimples, lLrers and Syphilis, use only P P P in d get well and enjoy the blessing only to be derived from tke nseof P. p.p. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. WHOLESALE ruggists, Bole Proprietor?, SAVANNAH, GA. 7-D&w-iv TS! When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop them for a time and then have them return again. I mean a radical euro. 1 have ina!e the dise! of FITS, EPI LEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. I warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Because others have failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at once for a trentise and a Free Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Express and Poet Office, n. a. ROOT, 51. V., 1S3 Pearl St., N. Y. dc-fi-drw-fim. OKINE RHEUMATISM. c 'yHK WAS HI N'GrTO V LIFE IWSUR R ance Company of New York. (Con densed Sratemfut. January 1, '9i. Assets fll.4-V.,cs.7s; Ile-serve:1 for policies, N y" standard 4 per cent., and all LiaMlities' ll,i2,520 25:NTew Insurance,lS,)l. 11.765) (5'J1 OntstaiKlinp; Insurance. 50,5Sf(,0'; Paid Policy-!iol:ters in 1S5J1, l,447,(MK)-45; Pad Policy-holders since Organization. 2Q,tm -5o4.i)5; Income, 185U, 2,584.435.54. For infor mation regarding policies or application tor agencies, address, T. L. ALFRTEND, fe2 12t)3 Main St.. Richmond, Va. flrcmtecii AND Superintendent, DURHAM, N. C. DO YOU WANT A DESK? 821.50; Walnut, Cherry or Oak, 4 feet long. Satisfaction Guar anteed. Gates Desk Co,, vti ecu vine, e. k:. Send tor Catalogue "A" ja21 A. G. BAUER, p r ii i t c r t ill ii i i Lu 1 , RALEIGH, N. C. Plans and specifications furnished on application. 8-27-ly. mnman e m m m m m m m bbk w D III MAN that never takes advice is almost certain to make a failure. WE ADVISE when selecting something to smoke that you buy Old Virginia Cheroots. You get five rich, sweet and pure smokes for ten cents. Don't pay ten cents for one smoke. t .u viwv KINfHN apU7-ly. Some New Books. On Newfound Rivek, By r.LSKhT ana uther tories, Ry Page.... In Old Virginia, By parrP Balaam and His Master,' Harris Xeav Infantry Drill ReguLuior Spencer's First Steps in North Carolina HIoVv Moore a North Carolina History. (10th edition.)' " Life, it and Wisdom of Si-lueov (new) Surry ok Eaole's Nest, (new eduiorper MoiiuN, (new edition, paper) SEND ORDERS TO ALFRED WILLIAMS RALEIGH, rc. We can supply all your wants in our line. HAVING A. G. RHODES &C0'S RALEIGH FURNITURE STORE, And wishing tolmakeroomforan entire SWEEPING FOR THE NEXT v . gentlemen Js a fine Call Shoe, made seamlesa, of the best leather produced in this country. There are no taofes or wax thread's to hurt the xeet, and Is made as smooth Inside as a hand-sewed shoe. It Is as stylish, easy fitting and durable a3 custom-made shceB costln from $4.00 to $5.00. and acisnovpledged to be the 5 Best in the World for the price. For GENTLEMEN. $5.00 Genuine Hand-Sewed. s4.00 s3.50 Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe. Folice and Farmer. S 2PA Extra Value WV Calf Shoe. s2.25 "Working man's Shoo. s S '1.SJ:-...- ::::::::: Shoe. llrV sVV ;t jr".' f3r IT S S A DUTY you owe to yourself and your family, during these hard times to get the most value for your money. You can economize in your foot wear if you purchase V. L. Dou-las' Shoes, which, without question, represent a greater value for the money than any other makes. pre. eut CiMJTSlflfy W-L- DOUGLAS' name and tho price is stamped 1 tv on tho bottom of each shoe, which protects the mer aSa'nst hi&n Prices and inferior shoes. Beware of dealers who acknowledge the superiority of V. L. Douglas' Shoes by attempt ing to substitute other makes for them. Such substitutions are fraud- ' a1 sub-fect to prosecution by law, for obtaining money under false pretences. W. L. DOUCLAS, Brockton, Mass. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY No. V.i i Fayt'tevillo St., Raleigh. N. C. JUWALUSKA QLARET o On draught f 1.10 per gallon. Fivelgallon kegs $5.50 each. Quart bottles 40c. each, or $7.50 per case of 2 doz. bottlers. WARRANTED ABSOLUTELY PURE. Highly recommended for general MEDICAL AND DOMESTIC Purposes. An excellent tsb'e wine. De livered at above prices free of cbarp? in the city of Raleigh, or kes and cj.?es delivered at any freight office in North CaioliDa, South Carolina or Vir ginia charges prepaid. A. DUGHI, Agent. Junahij-ka Witie Co., Raleigh, The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, OF NEWARK, . J. One of the Oldest, Lrcet, Strongs: a-;d Best Financial Instiintions in the worn! "e pay Larger div'dena? than nn ot t-.tr company and can show polkiw ia North ! kj trorrna tnat are to-rtar a:wm' ovr -V) p?r cent, dividend. We furniRh the Pest and Clrape-.t In surance offered hy any company. For further information ad.IrW JOIf C. nitFAVRV, State Agent, iialeih, X.O. Active agents WAUted in every towi p the State. J If yon want to know what a polie- will cost, cut this out, fill in the blank? an d mail to us. Wo will return yot guaranteed cot. Amount Age (nearest birthday; Name, ' ' Address ' c 1 nailer., it ion n.rt oh; i Uva-A. BLCQO EALM CO., Pre pae $1.00 1.00 1.25 1.25 50 75 85 1.50 vO 50 OU(;iIT new and larc rger stcca, we will sell thejpresent i-Tock at a REDUCTION THIRTY DAYS s. Ailaa. Ei. 3 Yours Respectfully, Mil & BORDEN. For LADIES. So Hand Sewed. freest Doug-ola. Calf and Dongola. Si 7C For iml O MISSES. For BOYS' & YOUTH'S. 2 & s1.75 SCHOOL SHOES. - - Heiler Bros.. ANTICEPHALALGINE. Does your Lend ever ache and feel dull and heavy? Antiec phalalgine will lighten the burden. Does your Lead ever ache attended with nervousness and .sleeplessness? Anticephalgine will relieve the ache, quiet the nerves, give you sweet sleep and a fresh awaher.ingin the morning. There is no morphine in Anticeph algine, in fact no opiate of any kind, nor chloral nor anything that your physician would hesitate to prescribe for you the combination is what makes Antieephalalgine such a wonderful remedy in headache and neuralgia and every doctor that h j for mula pronounces It "a happy com bination," and if you will try it you will be surpri-ed to kr.ow how happily ! it effects a cure in all case of headache j and neuralgia. Ask your druggist, and 'if he does not keep it, send 30 or Gu cents to Ja3. I. Johnson, Raleigh, X. ' C, for a bottle. "IMIIONEK'S SALE OF VALUABLE UMKEK LAM) ! t y virtno of a rteerr-e of the ynperior court o!i:ehr'on-l c,n'iX niad.'in caeof .Tno. F. McNair nTU, i MfNair, r.laint:?, ajrains't Dnii.-an ieKv aiil Th; 1 t, l ii ini.tr . tli : v. ; .l,.r,i'nif.i rr ," miii;-'r.c-i s appointed by raid decree will on tlie l)T!i fl;ivt' .Tntie i'io sai-, in the liiiilu ct bi.lJfr. f-poo to j.TiUie 1;ir .-Vt of ..n lionet. ,i.-,or, in the t,v.vu (.l'i.,cki!;gl.ain, N. ( " v " ' '-"'11 l'iiry.ose nt iiiikincj jnrtrui.n K.ni'rij the Kna'its in of-nnnon therein 1 . 5 acre of heavily timbered iiiiHu sitnate in :iciin;nrl RTity. about wvoi raji'- from the t and A. rdr...Hd More than hilt thi- land is covered with round., ioncc leU' nii.e and ho is heailv t:m!cred. Fnil dese:i.fion of 4iJ lai'dwifl be Kiven day of ii-- hc tiii-j to the land is clear. Any pr-n d'-ir:nf t- j.r.rcha-e xiri'-l be shoH-ri over ?ho ihtid. Addr.--s ail enoiii ri' s fur farther Parti-nUr.-- to Juo. D. Shaw Jr., L:iuriulnr, N. C. ' FPaNK McNF.HL, JNO. D. fcliAW, Jr. myl-t1s Ooromiesionere. Short :!t er.d tnv f-.J I'leciric I Trusses Iu28 i I 11 iX 5 W'- Hf;th-Address DR. cTb". JUDD. DelronTxZii t ON S I X Free T1-'' Hl A d ice and rnull I Ho n!!"J't Kir ttri-;t v to rrul InlAl. A cents wauteX BcttkCitv. Must.. Jan.. ir.. taken iu over fi.r .In.di'w vw.-, tr'.e complaint, but have had niHrjy com; DR. U. IJ JUDI). Detroit. Mich. n,Hrrt. Klk:? V'SiwV IT IS . SO f.L!.he -4sT P. without the .lichtest pan or Injury wlSW Ir ftSSSS other preparftton ever for a like p: h4 ThotiSnA c,ff T niVH "ulike any future growth an r.tfcr In.po.-ihduv VrV 'a?. fiS1' U -cnt in safety rr.ailh.c l-oxe.n po,tace jiid hy VwTSfr elv ei'if i?om rrilV11' t-nd nioucy orau,p l.y letter with iKll liMreluIflSii V' 'Wrvation.. strictly coutldential. This advertise , V, l U lTu IVi ihr r"l" every word it conlams. V. invite jon o . eal w ith S and von u r i JX? ?Z?rj as represented rnr this ouii.dJn.lto.Uy to any purchaser. Kry little KaraatS ! J Wnre or llKhlt Injury SPEC I Al TT? ,thH lHJu' who ntroluce and ell th dr fr't n.'s i n,,,fvc , . ff CU'.ML Anti Hairiue. we will ptewct with aS ILK 1 )UY A vr .l hxua iMrfto Pottles and sample. If silk to Slllt from iiii't iltr ik"i or commission to acents. 1 ",,lonlff' looil wlnry feb-I7 ly J- W EVANS UALKICU?, X. C. MA X I J F A C It J U K ii O F Carria-cN, Uu-KioH, I3elivei-y Wagons, etc. Special attention piven to repairing of all kinls. The best work is always the cheapest. And thia caii be found at the northwest corner of Morgan and Hlount streets, FllAZKIi CV.rt Shafts in stock ap Im J. J. TnoMAS, President. A. A. Thompson, Vice-Pre?. THE COMMERCIAL OF l(AI,M(,l, AUTHOKiZEl) CAPITAL . PAID-UP CAPITAL 100,000.01' Our large resources and pecini facilities enable ua to r.'c ie on favor, hie terms accounts of individuals, tirm, banks and corporation. t)zr large steel and granite Fire-Proof - - Vault is fitted with time lock, burglar-proof safe, and with faff ty deposit loxi We would be ph ased to correspond wilh those who rent mplate maVin changes or opening new accounts. Our cardinal points: Safety! Promptness! Liberality! Courtesy I 9-30-tf PATAPSCO FLOURING MILLS. 1774- PT66tion THE PREMIER FLOUR OF A 31 ERICA. Our Patent Roller Flours are Manufactured from the Choicest Wheat Obtainable, Including the HARD VARIETY of Maryland and Virginia. Patapsco Superlative Patent, THE l'RE.MIEU FLUUK OF AMEKICA, Is Unsurpassed for Bread, Biscuit and Pastry. The Superior Body and Rich Quality of ths Iiread will hhow its Economy to the Consumer. Ask your Grocer for PATAI'SCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT, MEDORA, HIGH GRADE WINTER PATENT, ROLANDO CHOICE PATENT, PATAPSCO FA 31 1 Li Y PATENT, Bedford Family, Baldwin Family, Severn Xiiiln Extra, On Sale in Barrels an-1 Half Barrels Half, Quarter, Kighth and Siitt-enth Sacks. C. A. GA3IRRIEL 3IAN'F'G CO., Froiirietors. Ori :e, ro. 216 Commtrfxr Street, Baltimore Alf. A. Thompson, Aent, BALEtGH, N. C. ' J Trial - Trt-atment darinc th .'t mT ti.i t liatur.w aiMUlU cuint..ntsl; cruirrtr u-t measure, and full pHrticuUre. -Within th !ac ....... .v . !i m d Tn,.A;4- n'4 have never tad a Ha- I). M. NKWliltn imva c. mniV&l)oo Scn-ly New Discovery ? Accident y.!K...iu th hand nad on wa.-hincH:t-rwnriit waa .;.scoyred that the hair whs wunleMv rmnvLT Jind n crcat hasten the demand that we PRnt'PPTTVmnitrn.,, . - SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAS USE IT hsir .ov.tr H.u'1 ITlr the nditure. fora few R. S. Jkkman, Cashier. H. AV. Jackson, Asn't Ct4hirr AND FAfifiERS' Ml 8500,000.00 1892. in Flour. Orange Giove FIxtra, 3Iai)leton Family, Camden Super.