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XII K COMMON W KALTII.
Thursday, July 26, 1883. Local Items. Mrs. Margaret Tilghman, New berne, N. 0., says: "I have received a great deal of relief from the use of Brown's Iron Bitters." c We clip the following from a private communication relative to the schools at, Vine Hill Academy; ? - "Scotland Neck is now as able to boast of as v good preparatory school as any town in the State of, its age. It is true that schools have been in operation1 here for a long dine, but never until now have they attained to each a degree of thoroughness. Never before this session has so marked a degree of improvement presented itself to the public. ...The female school as well as the male I is conducted with that high order of dis- I I - I V ! 1 4. A. Hops and musicals are1 in order three times a week. ';' r"? Mr. B. O. Savage will Lave his cotton picker on exhibition at Louisville. On last Tuesday the thermome ter in this office stood at 100 from 10 a. my to 4 p. m. . We believe we have seen less fruit this year than we have ever seen in nnn season before. , . , . Kofr cipune wnicn tne teacners are competent The Raleigh papers say that more lemons are being used mere mis season than ever before. Roanoke Union The next ses Our i'Here and There" notes of sion will be held with the church at Quan this week are for Wa'ynesville and the keybeginning to-morrow. Rev.F.R.Under- wood. ot Hamilton, preacnes tne iniro- White Sulphur Springs. J. Nicholls & Bro. have just re ceived a large lot of Fancy Toilet Soaps. Call and see for yourselves. We acknowledge an invitation to attend a pic-nic to-day (Wednesday) at Bass' Grove near Scotland Neck. ductory Sermon. The following subjects are to be discussed : "Baptism. What is it?" F. R. Un derwood . i ,'. "Baptism. Who are subjects for it?" 'The Lord's Supper." J. D. Hufham. "The needs of our home field and how We have received the August to supply them." R. E. Peele number of the North Carolina Teach er and L continues to improve. We are glad to see that the Ed mondson Hall is rapidly approaching com pletion. It is very much needed. The Question has been asked "Lessons from the childhood of Jesus." W J. Hopkins. "Exposition of Acts 1;S." C A. Woodson. - The oiLce of The Common wealth was left in the entire charge of Wha connection has a spider's web head printer on last Friday. Everybody us. with alEwroad?" Somebody answer? Mrs. John Harper, Harpers. N. C, says : "I used Brown's Iron Bitters for kidney disease with excellent effect." We have heard more good things else from the office attended a fishing at Smith's mill. We accompanied a num ber of ladies and gentlemen from this town, spent the day in fishing and enjoy ing the pleasure incident to a basket pic nic. There were not very many present said for Scotland Neck by people abroad vut all had a plea.-a:it time. There was OUR SCHOOLS. Beeswax wanted at We wish to call the attention of our readers to our advertisement of Vine Hill Academy. We shall open school 3rd of September,. jmd no pains will be spared Jii our endeavors to make the school all that a first-class preparatory school ought to be. We do hope for a liberal patron age from the people who have sons in the community , to educate. The pros pects for fine crops this year arc now good, and no one need plead so much about hard times for the coming year. . It was our pleasure, while visiting the University: Normal School some , days ago, to listen to a lecture by Prof. Wins ton, of that institution, on "The Money Value of Education." We w ish we could give it to our readers. If we could we are sure that no one wlio would read carefully what that learned gentleman says of the advantages of an education, would hesitate to make considerable sac rifice to educate his sons. It takes sacri fices to educate boys, it ought to: for attainments of any kind acquired with out effort are not appreciated. Let our schools be well filled from the very first day of the session, and let us sustain the reputation that this town and community has abroad for education, in--eirgence, and refinement. F- Stebn's. If vou want the best Whiskey, for medicinal purposes, buy ' the "Old vr: , c T I - . uriy-mine. xj, ireyser, suie agenw . PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Books and Periodicals. Space will be given in this column at at any time for noticing Books and Peri odicals. All books and periodicals sent to this office will bcread and duly noticed neie. NOTICE. Branson's N. C, Directory, 17tl year ot Publication. 6th Edition, wil soon be issued. The onlv reliable Di ectory of the State ever published. Prici 5.00. Order of L. BRANSON, Raleigh, N. C. RELIEF TOFAKMERS. The Maryland Live Stock Mutu al Aid Society. You can insure your horses and cows at a small cost and receive their full valui in case of death by accident or otherwise. or particulars call on G. W. Bryan, Agent for Halifax County. Cheape&t Fashion Magazine in the world, 120 large pages, 4 pages new music, 1000 engravings each issue. 50 cents per year ; single copies 15 cents- Straw bridge & Clothier, Sth & Market Sts., Phi.anelphia. ' PEACE INSTITUTE RALEIGH, N. C. Opens September 5, 1883. Close June 5, 1884. spent than for anv other town of like size in the State. The daily papers are saying a great deal about the strike among the tel egraph operntors. It is confined to the cities mostly. Rain fall for the week ending July 21stf 1S83, .41 inches. Highest range of thermometer, 92 ; lowest range of thermometer, 65. It is only 56 miles from here to Washington, N. C. and yet you can go by public conveyance from here to New Orleans as soon as to Washington. T. A. Lyon. Esqr., of the Ktr nersville News has severed hi9 con nection with that paper, and Mr Lindsay takes full charge. The Kinston Free Fres.i in giv ing account of the Press Association puts in bold type a heading "Noses by the way." How about so many noses, bro Daniels"? The Wilmington Star has enter ed upon its twelfth volume. It is one of the best dailies in the State, and is appro ciated perhaps more than any other paper in the State. We hear from a private letter that in some sections of Harnett countv crops are considerably injured by on the same day a fish fry at White's mill, participated in chiefly by a party of ladies and gentlemen from Palmj'ra. Two f our crowd refused to go with us in the morning, preferring to spend the time with those at White's mill, but in the afternoon they left Palmyra's pleasant crowd and come to us to wind up the pleasures of the day. We thought they would. The Wilson Advance, quoting rom the StJiitherut r, tells of a yuu nan in Pitt county wliowent lo see .is sweetheart and staged so lon that the girl's mother brought i'1 r ozen tggs and asked him to hatci hem lor her. We do not doult it. or we knew a young man to call oi; Uis lady love and stayed so long that the old lady came in and looker care .ullv over the room for something. he oung lovers knew not w'at. fo unding what she was looking for sh a as about to uive it up, as the youiiit nan saw He telt interested in bet of course he wanted her to accom plish her mission and net out. as soon ts possible he showed his iuteresi. :n her search by making inquiry if he ould be of any service to her just then. She o i him very coolly that he could not, as she was ouly looking the for the morning paper. rains. Not more than half crops will be raised on low lands. We acknowledge the receipt of .a Catalogue of 23rd Annual Exhibition Virginia State Agricultural Society, com mencing Oct. 31st, and ending Nov 2nd. 18S3. ! iy The Fourteenth Annual Fair of the Roanoke and Tar River Agricultural Societv will be held at the Fair Grounds ' near Weldon, from Nov. oth to Nov. 9th, 1883. For Ice Lemonade. Clart The Humorous Entertainment given here on last Friday night by Messrs. C. F. Smith, J. R. & I. W. Hughes, of Trinity High School, was very good. These young gentlemen are doing good work in their entertainments an1 are giv ing the proceeds to the Episcopal Church at Greenvile.N. C. Their programme here was quite a fine i . nM - j. l seiecwou" ineir reiiumous were goou. Among the pieces we noted as the best were "Too U tterly Utter." a reading bv Mi. J. R. Huges; "Hypochrondriac " a PERSONAL Pnf. Brewer, of Murfreesboro, several days in town this week, Messrs. Sherod and Grimes, of Hamil ton, have been m town this week. Miss Florence Smith, of Petersburg, is yisiting Miss Eva Kilchin. Mr. J. B. Hilton, of Plymouth,has been spending some di'S in town visiting his father. We were glad to see in town last Sun dav Messrs. Hodges and Lawrence from Tarboro. Dr. N. P. Buddie, of l'almyraf attended services at the Baptist Church here last Sunday. Di. J. D. Hufham spent Friday and Saturday in the country and baptized at Sam'y Hun while gone. Mr. C. U. Hill, who grnduated a few weeks aso at the University, left last fuesdav for Rockwsiiam county, where lie takes charge of a flourishing school Coming from the University as he does, and having a good stock of energy to com bine with his scholarly attainments, we predict for him much success in his new Held. Mr. Jas. E. Hancock, Jfc, left last Mon day morning for Franklin, Va., where he will spend a few days visiting friends, and will then go on to Baltimore to take his first course of lectures in Dentistry. Mr. Hancock has been for nearly a year under the instruction of Dr. R. M. Johnson, of this town, and from the success that other voung men prepared for college by Drw Johnson have had, we predict for our young friend much success in his studies while awav. We certainly wish him all the success possible and hope he may pre pare himself to be as popular and as effi cient in his profession as his instructor here. INSTRUCTION in every branch usual L ly taught in first class Seminaries for young ladies. Advantages tor instruc tion in Music, Art and Modern Languages unsurpassed. Arrangements lor young ladies taking a special course in studies i or circular and catalogue address REV. R. BUR WELL & SUN, Raleigh, N. C. July 26, 47 2m. Punches, Sherry Coblers, and cool drinks recitation by Mr. C. F.-Smith , "Meriky's of any discription, call at the Central Conversion," by Mr. J. R. Hnghes; 4-The Saloon. E. Peyser, Manager and Pro- Wild Huntsman." by Mr. I. W. Huches; prietor. The Wilson Sif tings has sus pended. We suppose that the State press has lost a valuable exchange. We know very little of it, as brother Carraway al ways forgot us when he was mailing. Thonlra f -w f- aA To T,. T I sniifrs and hia frfpnrTri an1 nTupplnlnpcu Brinkley for an invitation to attend an Lf ture in his recitation The enter VSt ArtvaAMWk rai-x - XL ... -- - - OPlt. 1 "The Champion tsnorer," by Mr. C. F. Smith ; and "Sockery Setting a Hen,' by Mr. J. R. llughs. Theyave three songs which were very good : 'Tyrolean Lay," "Beautiful Flag," and Rally for the Right." We were struck with the clear ness of Mr. I. Wr. Hughes' voice in the ice-cream supper at their home on 27th tainment they gave met the expectation Ladies, we have received another lot of Fatigue Corsets.- It is the best $1.00 Corset in the coun ry. M. Hoffman, ' Leader of low prices. mor f r m 4-VA ATI T I o.., W .,11SSC!, ryaU of their audie an(J we kn()w that of Ga., who are visiting friends in Scot- 1j- ' ' v v 1 xu. u. , , Xt t j -x audience had been led'to expect right land Neck and vicinity. mu " m , , . . J much of them We shall be glad to have we nave received the Anson them come again Times, published at Wadesboro. N C, by R. H. Cowan. Esqr. It is a We gave notice last week of a large sheet and is newsy. We are grand pic-nic at Tillery on 18th inst. It j glad to add this another good X upon was our pleasure to be there and we are our list. quite sure that no one had any cause to We have received a list of come way savinS he did not enjoy him premiumsofthe Third Annual Fair of elf The pic"nic was given at the resi" the Edgecombe Agrbultural and Me- r?DCe of J R' Tillery Esr" whoSave UP chanical Fair Association, to be held at commod'ous huse and large grove to Tarboro, N. C-, Oct. 30th and 31st and manaSers an? told them to make the ' Nov. 1st and 2nd, 1883. occasion one of pleasure.-' .There was Tm-rAwm,. ' ''l oi; amusement for all. Those who preferred J " n0' ' remained in tne oe a "Pent the ceived anything to eat in a good whilelUl d.vtrinnincr tWi;M f . La last Saturday Mr. Bob Strickland pT wn0 Were not interested , in the dance sented us with a sweet potato that lfceas-1 OM. ii i- , . , - , , !,r""j piaYiugcroqaec, promts . . " y . iwni CUOUS Ud Drivate COnversntmn . A t th a that he sold a bushel or two of such in hour for diiiner . Manager Rasberry an- "V ' . ;; inouncea tnat dinner was prepared for all bee our advertisement of Peace n1 was then ready. All were cordiallv Institute. This school needs no word of inTlted to pai take of the good thiugs that commendation by us.- The able Principal. were sPread before them. The table was - with his corps of accomplished teachers are I lonS and wide and the good things were too well known by their work to need any j Pilea UP high. Much is due to those of .; notice of ours only to call attention to the! tne managers who took special nains that adv. We have looked for catalogue but . e P,cnic should be a success. The party m nenaance trom Scotland .Neck, went up on the morning train at 7:30, and re- Speedy ICesloration to Health. A SHEVIIXE, N C, I s April 18th, 1883: 'Messrs. Tjmbeklake & Reade. "My Dear Siksj The recollection of my pleasant sojourn at the - Haywood W hite Sulphur springs in the summer ol 1S81. stiil lingers with me a desire to re oiat mv exoerience. I had become worn down with the toils and labors of life, and had a cough ; so constant in its- par- ox vsms as to prevent sleep except in a sittiiisr nosture. The use of the water and the inimitably beautiful surround ings contribtt -d to a speedy restoration to vigorous neaitn. . -Yours faithfully. R. W. Pullman." Know That Brown's Iron Bitters will cure the worst case of dyspepsia. Will insure a hearty appetite and increased digestion. Cures general debility, and gives a new lease of life. Dispels nervous depression and low spirits. Restores an exhausted nurs ing mother to full strength and gives abundant sus tenance for her child. Strengthens the muscles and nerves,enriches the blood. Overcomes weakness, wake fulness, and lack of energy Keeps off all chills, fevers, and other malarial poison. Will infuse with new life the weakest invalid. 37 Walker St., Baltimore, Dee. i88x. For six years I have been a great sufferer from Blood Disease, Dys pepsia,andConstipation,andbecam so debilitated that I could not retain anything on my stomach, in fact, life had almost become a burden. Finally, when hope had almost left ne, my husband seeing Brown's Iron Bitters advertised ia the I and have not years as I d at the present tome. Mrs. L. F. GaiWlK. Brown's Iron Bitters will have a better tonic effect upon any one who needs "bracing up," than any medicine made. aper, induced me to give it a trial. am now talcing felt V fj mm ""J"" the third bottle so well in six Joyful, News ! ! 1 A car load nf fnrn has inst been received at the I - j Brick. Mill. 083.00 P0B0SLY rv FREIGHT O ft I svsisTBaif 'fr t. V w m m w u V sm. , fcj 1 Bu5c5'- II A I n i Beattvs Parlor Organs Only $59 Regular' Price. ssa.uu -vain.cV - KYnPfi 1 -Cello, 8 ft. tone. t-Mvludia. f. ton. i-msimMHs. ft. taa. -MtaBSl Sak-BSSf. W n. So iMS P toae. S-Boardoa. 1 ft. ton.-Saxpboe. ft. ton. I-Viol di Gasibx ft. uaa. C-DiU-. t. tone. -T iola Uolee. 4 ft. tone. Ift-Onnd Epreasioa. H-rraacb Uara.g fi. toaa. li-Barp JEolUa. IS-VeS asiaaa. U-Ko-io. it. (on. U-Pulciaa. ft. tuna. -viBrioBvi.a it. wn.n-fou v- w. 11. tona. iv-vioiiaa. ia 4 ft. tonal 1 Vox 'jnbilanta. ft tona. -Piccolo. 4 ft. taa. tl Cnnplar UarmoQiqua. TJ-Onhgatrml rorta, SH-Graai unran aaea a too. sa-Kicnt uraau a.aea awp. G? ?T!?Ori"u iTatfi..inDj of th. Onu BaiMar'a Art. IT IS VERT B&&CTIFCI. IM APPEAR ANCE. BEINU EXACTLY LIKE CUT. Tl.a OaM ii of Solid Walnat. profnwlvoraaaieated with hu4-earviuir n l pei fancy venacr. The Mane i'uaket is of the awat bemufal duian titan. It ! in nf . nlu. m the millionaire' dkHot, and would ornnmani tbe U.xlnir of a nrincua. . . Vjw.-t i rwM.HV. irill HO. MAS HIS 1 II t u. V U1A t Stop, thr rsmna si m. to roniroi tea court "5 "Aot ?.EECH HOKN KEEUS. BEDit. Heaidea all thl it K. ,,-A with an OCTAVE COUi'L.EK which doubles ;ha poWtr of tha inatromeat. Uaip Standi, docket ios a e - .ai'wj ooat. (t conBia toe nweet a""""P"a"a"""aaaaaaaaaaaap""""Mp-, . l . . rroueu noru. u o t.uiuuMuii. .lew vnai "W--""" a. nnuon K. th. kr... if .ai. Kiaa lit MU of OOLDKN TONUH and JVOetarea each of Keaalar GOLDEN TOXUOE Music. Bontty'i Patent Stop Action, alio aoonding Board. 4c It hai aSHdisg Lid and conraniently arrangea Uwidlet for moving. Tha Bellow, whioh an of tha apright pattern, are nude from the beat Siiniiiy oi ituDoer iion, in ui nam www, mui an attca op wna Breai springfi ana tne ust quality Pedal Strap. Tha Padala. instead of being covered mth carpet, ira Polithad mats a oi neat Hasina, auu mwwr B. " w. ninir vr wora SPECIAL TEM-DAY OFFER. If 7o wtu rraalt ata aatt tke aaUMStd GMptMi wttkla lv 4 ays fraaa the dais ef this Mawaaatpci', wUl mmx m4 ski real this Drwaa, with Ortraa Beaeh. lsaefc. !., exactly tha m aa I aril rer Vi. in ahowld erde I ataaed lately, aad Owe year'aiaat tHal tfirtm aad a fall wai taniau tar hi va Given VBtct my Hood and Seal. Y . " 7 ta aa eaac later - r COUPON -flEf'-OSal JZJ2' HaaavOrdar. Reaistrred L'Jr Ei-UUS I pnvs Prepaid, or by Check on voor bank, if forwarded Khla t aaya froai the date ftreSf. I berohy ngraa .in aept tbii aiuponjor W4. a pan payment I on mv eelabrated S4 Btwp aftt Partar Onraa. with B h. nook . etc.. pro-1 ii.il .K..k k.i... iaa am mnanlaa ihia conrnin t and I will Bead von a Kin i au. and box and ahin von tha Irni Just aa it ia ad' vertiaad. fully warranted for ais yanra. Money refunded ith interaat from tha date of remittanoa if sot aa rap resented after oaa year-aifce. IE. r . DO. .... Aa a further indenaaeat for yoa tprovided (Signed.1 IT HKI'-a!!'' you order ImmediaSiy .within tha 10 daya.) t rValckton tha above organ to your nearestUlroad ffaiaht atatica. . of thTlf iaaiaaitmi River, or that far on any aiaa westof It. ThU ia iasiaaippi piaoi laiWet aavrd ky earveapaad'ewea). - . .A .iu- - inBtmmMt. aa ia were, ai wmmw nn aiaawh ail freiaht rireivud. aanafaetarer'a wboleaale arices. traer aw aotklnc KJfWAi -rrt nnnCt) Encioied nd fSt for iwae. I have read you rlU wv I v UWUBKt atatesent in thia advertarmeat. and I order one ??rt??!!Trin?!!?I!!!7T..tlw aa rnAant.d in Jin ndvartiaement. or I ahall return it at tha end of one year's w aad demand the r tnrn of my money .with c-..m ih. -. nA.n.nt I fn.nl it afc aiv tier ci-nt. ircordina to voar offer. Br nery partinilar to givt Nam. Pout Qfr' f"JV.Stat.rr9ht Statxim. and on what finilroad. fW Be sure to remit by Bnk nrnft. P. O. fonev Order. Kegiatered Letter. Expreea prepaid, or by Bank Check. Yon may acopt by telerraph on laat dav and remit bv mail on tnat dot. wnicn win aeenre in a special oner. aeain thia maan'lleent intrnment introdneen wit boat delay, lence Una apeeial prtoe. fKUVIUIMU IIKUKK 13 i.uiu iani'i"iriil . 9midSJ'SL?im a?s.efc?iio( iMtllFI C RFATTY WgchinntAn II I MUUttuavuw aw 1-"""" IDO ManUtaCtursr.t wnillbli I aa.rt I I f lltMllllllUliJII-M . VVaVDURHAM . n.eay These Goods are told under aa Absolute Guarantee That they are"the Finest and PUREST goods upon the market; They ARE FREE from DRUGS and CHEMICALS of any kind; They consist of the Finest Tobacco and Purest Rice Paper made. OUR SALES EXCEED the products of ALL leading manufacto ries combined. None Genuine without the trade-mark of the DULL. Take no other. Address. TAYLOR MFC. CO. UIom Mention M Paptr.) Chariot te, N. C. Bryan & Whitehead. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS W. T. BLACKWELL it CO. DURHAM, N.C. I Sale Manufacturers, m CIEgDSTTES. - .. . . vill .lr. nVB PITT. 'Pi Mi 4nd will EACH J Forcorin or aent m HIB6ATIVE fn) sy m mm ill Indian IBlood. Syrup Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. JUHions testify to its efficacy in heal intr the above named diseases, and pro- fj v nounce it io w - BEST REMEDY KNOWN TOMAN. -mm ara trade mark; Quarafiteea to cure u fsppisiu. rjAGENTS WANTED.-C3 Laboratory 77 W. 3dSt, New York City. Druggists sell it Cor. Main and 10th Sts., opposite Poat Office, SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, AND DEALERS IN Stationery and Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Trusses, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Staffs, Glass, Putt'. Carbon Oil, Lamps, Chimneys, &c. State Agents for J. W. Weakley, Jr., & Co'e Electro Matic Mi . : Country Merchants will nnd it to their j interest to call and examine goods and , prices before buying elsewhere. Physicians Prescriptions accurately I compounded at all hours, day or night, i and orders answered witn care ana uis- patch. War stocK Kept complete oy neueui arrivals. ' - I J. C. Williams. Established 1872. Boanote Fnmiture Co., Hi P3 nave not received one. A very prominent gentleman of this community asked .us the other day how it is that editors know so much about farming, always say so much about it, and yet no farmer follows their directions. He said "Why "'don't they raise their home supplies as yoa editors tell them to P' All Two hundred thousand co ned herrinars for sale, rsoah Biees & to. are nreDared to furnish corned herrings in small or large quantities, euner ai rai- myra or here, bpecial arrangenunts ior large quantities can be made if you will call to see them. SDJins: and Summer GOODS CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP, N. B. J0SEY & CO'S. Wb have iust received our stock of Spring and Summer Goods. Black Buntings, , Black Nunsveilmz, Black French Buntings, Black Cashmeres, Silk Suitings, And all colors of nice BEFORE YOU BUY ANY SCH00JJ00RS, SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS Be sure to examine the new Catalogue of ALFRED WILLIAMS CO., RALEIGH, N. C, Feb. 1. 22 3m. FURNITURE, LOUNGES. CHAIRS, MATTKESSES. BEDDING. CARPETING and UPHOLSTERING GOODS j OF ALL KINDS. re M M. C R U M P ! COFFINS. lis Department is first-class in every iect. We keep on nana an sizes oi lie. in Bronze or Rosewood nnisn. so solid Walnut. A full line of cheap- painted. 22, za n Scotland Neck, N. C. IK, The larae Brick Mill,-' owned by Noah Bices & Co.. is now prepared to i supply the increased demand for Mill- Stutts. A car load ot . W hue Uorn re ceived this week, and as' the mills run daily, all who need anything in that line can be accommodated. Foe Sale. Store and residence on Main Street, in Scotland Neck, N. C. Apply to U. W . UAY, marl5'28tf Diess Goods. Our stock of White Goods is unusually large We oiler great bargains in Vhite Dress Linens, Linen Lawns, Piques, Dotted Swiss, Nansook, Jaconets, Vic tor. Lawns, Lons dales, &c , &c. Laces, Laces, Hamburgs. Insert ings, &c. We propose to suit all in this department. Neck Wear. Ribbons, Kid Gloves a specialty. VINE HILL MALE ACADEMY. THE FALL TERM of this school be gins on Monday, September 3, 1883. Every arrangement will be made to give the school success equal to what has been observed in the past. Board may be had under the direct supervision of the Principal. Tuition 8I0.UU to 927.au per term 01 five months. One half tuition at close ot the term. Fnr further particulars, address the Principal at Scotland Neck ; or send for Catalogue. &. Xi. UlLLiaA.ALr, PRINCIPAI Scotland Neck, N. C. Go to E. -H.'Hi&ht's barber shop look better. , and have a pleasant time Keep Cool Fans ! Jans l ! and Parasols. at home and elsewhere till vou neea Main Street, shaving again. CORSETS AT ANY PlilCE. We' offer you Dr. Warner's HEALTH NURSING CORSET. Illustrated Book of Caere Birds mailed for 3 cent stamp. Bird Food Co., 237 Ladies, South 8th St., Philadelphia. , Summer turned ton the special train in the vvenine it- r.on ipl . . 1 .ow. . x ne occasion was enjoyed by all, and .r. Tilkry at whose residence the pic-nic was given, said he would like to have it repeated at any time. We heard some of the young ladies along say that Mr Tillir'fl we can say is we try to tell them what to ioe,ti -T " Peasant j .. location was quite mvitine-. tt .m away feeling under special obligations to Bring Pelts to . your Hides and Sheep- F. Stern. do and if they pay no attention to us we conclude that they are ,"joined to their idols,' but must we them alone ? ' .-Remember' that we are the onh House iri this-town that sell Zeigler's Hand made Shoes. ' :1 '.' "'. M. HoiTMiW. 'tender oi low prices. ; j .-.wc ruvwu us. and as for the occasion being repeated, we should be very willing to repeat our part of it at any time. '' f : . Ice Cold Beer always on hand -P wing to, the great:, demand for meal throughout the country. Noah Biags & Co. have made arrangements to keep at the Brick Mill a sufficient supply of corn, to meet the necessity. For .drugs, and accuracy nnro 1' " ' in compounding prescriptions, go to J. Nicholls & Bro's Drug Store. To the young men who have not alreadv sunnlied themselves with Straw Hats for the Summer, we would suggest that you call to see N jah Biggs & Co., as they are offering bargains both in styles Children and Men's Vests. We offer great bargains in BEADY-HADE and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A complete line of SHOES AND MEN'S STRAW HATS. 1 Scotland Neck, JN . ifiinrrArTrRKttOF ADcni Anlli TOP BUCCI1 mW m . 4rV, -a T)-s-t.pr Snrines always oi lAUoftheJUtestStyleswnni CRTS PR'S Qlltrl rntio "e'setedT TriceriUow as can be loud hant State npvrrni r All wOTls Warranted as represented. Satisfaction Uuaranieea. 4X1 4I117 CLOIHG, PATROGR SOUflTEI. Repniringr loe at Short otte. Hat!! XaallPIFIPa7 jT nrir nnn m UUlilUU " UUUI UllU liUUUUUit .We are glad to Bay that Mrs. Perkins. ( of Baltimore, is with us again this Spring, with a large stock f . , . MII-IilNERY. - Latest Styles of ' HATS, BONNETS AND FARCY GOODS- - Orders received by mail . or otherwise ! promptly filled, , Prices lower than-. eyr SUb Z :fT-o thrrfmfrh trial of TRON a"ONXC, I talie plsaaura 1 v.an crflted toy .SSrHh-MSi and Pul lie Speakers will find it tat the greatest where Tonic is neoes . wary. I recommend it Ma reliable remedial . .via.aafliBg H H- onbted nutritive and .1 combination If Pro- toati de of Iron, J'tuviat JiarK a lid I'Kosikrrns ii a palatable for, for Debility. Xoa af Appe tite, jProistratUnfaf Vxtal Power it i inMapeia ble. J BEV. J. I. TTNEB, Industry, 111., aajU- i coasiaer n a most excellent remedy tor Restorative properttea. , ImtirMIe, KyOct. 2, 1882. . E. ST AIX11A.CK, WITH AUGUSTUS WRIGHT, Wholesale & Retail Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, TOU1WH, LEATHER 4- SHOE FINDINGS. rpHE largest house ef the kind in the - X city. Merchants of North Carolina should examine our stock, before going farther North. Petebsbbbo, V.. Jan. 25 21 lNr abrea-BOfe'St. ST. IIABY'S - Raleigh, N. C SCHOOL THE ADVENT TERM of the 35th Semi-Annual Session of this School will begin THURSDAY, SEPT. 13th, 1883. For Catalogue address the Rector, Rev. BENNETT &MSDES. A Ma avutt prices.- before.