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THE SOCIAL SWIM. uts n Going and Coming. Tribute cf Affrction to Sistes Nancy Gay Mr. W. II. this riv.rji; re.,-:e,? ,.f r,e bead.- :hi- tr;t-ut. 511P jHE DEMOCRAT. UJCALXEWS. 'S3 ago iro I -Vow i" C.illif Up 'v d iv - A 1 1 I.h ermon ui'i,! It hl- !r.' it ner. Dr. If. M. Joh1;-o:, a!.,, V: loft Monday for Atlanta to take in Exposition. who-e W.,; a -tr.-.n bv n:.,: I I CI t J ri.-e. ::r. v n.e ......... ,AY. HiFfKMRER 2b '05. :l!.ANN,,'.'Nf'lKNTS. ........ ;,;o ,,f 'ire--t goo Is ever ( v,r)"ii!'r from ) eent.s up " ' ' . I.. IVkkinoton's. ,,,.( jl(-..-ir.l of A. L. Ppkkixo hinu ? J5ov suits from ,,, .", doll.ir.-). and men's Vo Opening. , !,..: r,t have iiny regular opening 1 this season. Work is i rr.e -' ,i!t- 1 C:m not arrange . '',n"i.''-i- ';e gla,-l to see ,fr- a- any time. M:-.- K'ati: (I. Tn.LEiiV. Uew Millinery ! . returned from Xew York lri-ha-ed a full line of THE LATEST STYLES OF MI LUXURY. Du. W. S. Ib..u Dr. V. . p,j.u.k ff Littleton will preach m the Metho dist church hero Sum! 20;h. night, Sept. Mr. (ieorge n. Gammon. ...ne Edgecombe'-- be-t farmers. few day- a'.'o. p.ea- came ened. re-. 1 H and v.. i-'i Kee VS e me: t-n f ki: i e. ;.e- o'A . - a, - f : Ot tuarv. t -n;-:..iv e-.er.:!.g -t I-:. I Mr-. ' R. RF. : !. r:.c : f ' the::; ; . iVfi::'. v, :th ' i - i . ? lie ::ii.e!;t. A' !r:e!;4-!i: e w . h was here (: c W'.v.i the.i-.-istance of 3Iiss Marshall. i.e iihie to wait on my customers f.'SiiaJV- J. ;,) I' ), ; s 111 trn m Is the very latest. Mis KATE (i. TILLERY. Scotland Neck, X. O. ILANi' NKi'K STEAM DYE WORKS. ;.,:-!;N;N. (iooDS A Fl'EflALTV r:.-e I:.-t. A-hlre-s ruMi N i t k Steam Dyeixo Co. h Scutland Xeck X". C. I fyih km i: rni.i.A k r.n roN m in ) THK i:i k of vol i; NKK? jflrv ;i MIH.l.M on lour l.uttoii. all J. " ' '' :f v.i. s. ft f'l.TS. w.. ,. , c,.ula,.t with tlie fira "WS -- .M.i.1 "fsram Chamois, f'cr- X f- f rtif. 1 'lr.ih'.t; : usf-. on an itSf 'i n. Th. in.-t ci.mfortal.lc tliiiiK X&y?f? 'ri 1 i i: nr Kt-'t tvrr invetit-i. .lua-!.' it. h.-ml a.hln ss, . ' :,- (t -? :i. '!' cent-. WIN'- f.'i - I'.-.t- ntM. A'llan.lfr. C. T. WUITEIIAEI) A-CD. ;!i!l Neck, X. ('. Mention this I 'a per. !:nY's ni.E srrrosiTORY rr-.-.-'titecii to euro rile and Const I-t:- ij;c)!icv refunded. 0 cents .. c;.d two stami'- for circular -;i!!!ple to Maktix Rt'DY, Reg li.ai rn;ici.-t. Lancaster. J'a. X'o ;v,-Arred. For sale ly all first-r'i.'u'i-ts evervwfiere, and at Scot k. N. C. hv E. T. Wliitehead i r- 6i Reft m '?h:;e i'i-t received a shipment of Johnson's iliill and Fever Tonic !-!: -id with a distinct under- I.:;- l-ef.vf-on trio manufacturer and ';H tiiar each and every bottle is : ' ':'(.. ;,, ,.,!r0 am- nf iie followini: i-'-' HILI A.VI) FEVER. --l-rdl.Pd's FEVER. W-TYl'Hom FEVER. K-l IKMoiflUI AC11C FEVER. Vh-M-kVi ;FF. FEVER. "'"-MKALKS. :'-i'-NKIIAL(;iA. -I.A.i;iPi-E. rr.v. tii- i i l i i i l' rvil t v t !: -:i'ne c ndiions we buy it on. ' ."i.-ir-mtee one simrle "(tc brt ::r.f-r Hioh I'j:irKs.Mr. II. H. l;;l-l,.rrv says he sold tobacco at. .lefTrey's ware-h'u-e in Rocky Mount a fe-.v rl;t vs a-o that nvera-eu from JO to ?: cents. Real e.-tate tkaxsfei:s. Mr. X. Riertrss has sold the Scotland Xeck hotel ana nis ",-1,11 tli Jarm" to Mr. C T. Lawrence. Mr. W. YY. Rope has pur chased a j.art of Air. J. II. Lewis' farm near town. Eooecom itK cotton'. The first cot ton was sold in Tarboro on ;th, three lales raised re-pec ti vely hy Dorsey Crisp, J. E. Cobb and J. .I.IIcarne. S. S. Xash bought it. at 7:, cents, said (hp SnutJt'-nirr. Match game ok Haseca i.r. Xcxt Friday, Seit. 27, at :.",) j. m., there will bo a match imc of baseball on the male academy campus between the Ilohroid team and the male academy tea .n. A Mri.TiKoi.-M ('.iii!:a:k. Mr. W. Y. I'oje brought to The I)i:moci:.'i otllce Monday a cabbage with ei-ht heads all from one stalk. lie is ship ping his fall crop and says but ior the di ought lie would have realized good profits from his, crop. Mr. ConaiENoi'ii'v shingle ma chine. Air. George- AV. Coughenour has invented a shingle machine w ith which lie saws a very good shingle He made it to saw for his own use, and has made some nice cypress shingles. Died. Sallie Moore, a white woman whose home was in Martin county, was found sick m the road near town a lew days ago. She was taken to the house of Penina Jones, a colored woman, where she was nursed and had proper medical attention until she died. She died l'dth and was buried 20th. llAI.IEAY CoL'XTY TEM I'EKAXCE AS SOCIATION". The tirst regular meeting of the Halitax County Temperance Association will be held at Tabor church in Faucet t-t township, Friday Xovembcr th. An all-day meeting with dinner on the grounds. An inter esting programme will be prepared1. AIk. E. L. P.kacv Hilt. Air. G. AY. I'rav learned a few days ago, through the Richmond Dhpitch, that his son, Mr. E. L. Rracy, a machinist in Rich mond, was slightly injured a few days beforo by the explosion of a gasoline en gine. AYe are glad to note that the injury was not very serious. Trains wii.e stop at Keih eee. The railroad authorities have agreed to stop the train on the Scotland Xeck railroad at KehiiKee church on October ")th, so that persons coming by rail that morning to the-Kehukee Paptist Association, will have an opportunity of getting off the train at the church. This will save .them the trouble of coming into town and then going back to the church. Star AYakehoese. AYe call atten tion to the ad. of the Star Tobacco Ware house ol Greenville. The proprietors of this warehouse are clever gentlemen and give the best attention to the in terest of their customers. Mr. J. R Edwards said a lew days ago on his return from Greenville that lie thought t.-,l,,.,-i sold best at tho '"Star," al- Mbs Sallie Co inarm. wh .-i-ent - eeKs vi.-irmg l.r.r mother last week to Lvnchhur- me , re: u med i whe e d w- . th- I.'-l f Rev. c a few day to a.-.-i.-t in a meet in H. YYLi taker pa-.-el through ago on hi?, way tt Hender.-on near there. Mi-s Leile IJoyetie spent several dav- -Nov,, ;n the -e.-e her U-.cmfuI a-e -o much : ,-.(-: a::!'.i their --.ee:r a-ieep in Je-n-. She bwm. died in Halifax 1 '.". Her remaiii- uerf Kpi-coj.a! cemetery m Sc while the murky cloud.- tin ramiror.- ui.n the ihr.i :.e::.. C.iT 1 e !.: - Let Your Wits Go Wool Gathering! ...... , i Apr. i : . : v . N. i 1 -I-.'. .. Au 11. n l t- !. t week onvil'e. visiting relatives near Kober- any of the diseases above-1 though he did not sell his there. e ' railing to do so we will '-' I'ettirn your money Yours trulv. 12. T. WHITEHEAD & CO., Scotland Xeck, X. C. irf'i ;e?;t cause of kidney com-'"i'.'-' continueil co-ti veness. the )',els grow torpid, elos--in aventai' of excretion. The ''''ed ui'ton for doutlle service 'me tlisasel, for they are organs. Tiie-e are condi if uLr'ected, may rapidly I here is sound sense ii iff ion, --kee j) the head i v.arrn . and the bowels t itiiportant being the ::.c!:i!.er that simcly tipen -t ei. iii-h : any violent en dhuThoea. will do that. -lire for health is to stim- 0'1 111 tmVU 'liutlieii the liver an'l kid t the I., , web ma v work " A Y 'ilv i !e-;v,. t Iio intestines id .t.eied -onlition. i.iide raniily physic h Everv dose e'T- rei Ua Pd's were awarded the '.- Fair medal and dip- "Vatt Coming. ''vi v. ill be in Scotland Neck f.?h!:':-,t,,n 7th, Sth and Jth I' iipo.i. ,,r examining and treat of the rve. )r.' I vatt will train Oct. 7th Scot hiiMi VoeL- -it lOn.m. T1 !f "i-iiji until p. nK when he ;f'U'vf- f.r AVnliinfrm 1 fe will i,JI,if- 7 O'clock - i I- 1 t' Scot !....! v,...i. '"'i .tTK ;tiiit; iiuiii vii.1. !r'n.iin until he takes evenin: '''fie. AYhile in Scotland 0 ., ' r i . ,i l . l . i i'j. i - Ktunti at tne noiei. iii: whf) 'lfire to see him will find The AYeatheu. AYe suppose that most people hereabouts are pretty well acquainted with the September weath er of 1SA!.. All have not heard, per haps, of the snow-storms m Utah and AYyoming last Saturday. AYhile we are having sizzards down here they are having blizzards out there. The weath er reporters say that this has been the hottest September einee lS-Vl. The weather men keep promising cooler weather every day ; but their promises are like the proverbial pie-crust, made to be broken. The Democrat votes to turn them all off. Improvements in town. There are all the while some improvements to be Mr. J. Frank Rrinkley i l.nnTid'fnL residence lll.-t i.S tUllUin.4 :t "C'1"""" j north of Maj. J. P.. Xeal's. Mess. John F. Dunn have recently improved their dwellings with additions to them. Mr. J as. L. Josey is preparing to build a new hou.-e on his lot on 'hnrch street. Mr. R. C. Joeey is preparing to add another upper room adjoining the press room of The Democrat ottice. At the knitting mills an addition has recently been made for a dye house. There are other improve ments that we do not recall as we write. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a secret preparation. Any physician may have the formula on application. The se cret of its success as a medicine lies m its extraordinary power to cleanse the blood of impurities and cure the most dcep-seatedju Caps ! ClTli otf ' this, no medicine . -e Brinklev. A. S. Dunn and : 1 . I i! I ' 'I'l ' 'ill inir 1 l is. i iic- . i.. u.. ,,,,,! '.Mii i , 1 1 it ; ou Miss Annie L. Pittman and Mr-. Springs left on their return to Salem ast Saturday after a lew day-' visit here. Capt. AY. W. ('arraway of Lenoir county spent some days here recently. He is now working for the 2s:wsuiul 0b rvrr. He is always jolly and in good spirits. Air. J. 15. Edwards went to Greenville last week to sell some tobacco. He said lie though the best sales he saw were at the Star warehou.-e. An ad oi that warehouse appears, in this issue of The Democrat. The Democrat m Post Office. the Scotland Neck So many of our subscriber-) come to us and say they do not get their paper, we feel called upon to make some sug gestions. In the first place, our subscribers may be well assured that their papers go to the post-ollloe, for they are all counted before they leaye this oflice. AYe are very particular to see that all the papers are sent to the office. The papers are sent AYednesday after noon in time to be distributed with that clay's mail. X'ow, if our subscrib ers would make it a point to call for their paper that day there would prob ably be less confusion. Some let their papers remain in the ollice until Sat urday. When the papers remain in the ollice three or four days thero is a chance for them to get mixed up, and -o some fail to get them. AYe know that some of our country subscribers can not get to town before Saturday ; but sometimes we have seen a subscrib er leaving town AYednesday afternoon just as the paper is coming from the press. Ry remaining in town an hour or so longer he could get his paper at once and save himself and us some an noyance. (jetting out a paper promptly on time every week takes careful work and much of it ; and we hope that all con cerned, subscribers and postmasters, will use due diligence to avoid causes for dissatisfaction. And we greatly prefer that if a subscriber at the home ,.. r :i A l. . ..1.1 oiiice iaiis 10 geu ins paper nc wouiu ai once let us know, so that we can give him a second one. If our subscribers awav irom rscotianu jveciv nave any trouble with their paper, we would thank them to let us know it. r'--,' in the tl.u.d Neck. p;-d irentle :renn-s of heart- that loved her. Appropriate exfercise- were conducted at the irraw by Mr. Cuiiom. the Rapti-t minister of that place. She lived a con.-i-tent member of the church for forty-eight year.-, adorning her profession all the way with bright, christian graces. During the sixteen years of her inva lidism -he bore her sufferings with marked patience and fortitude, making home bright with her n-ignation. I cheerfulness and the self-sacrificing spirit which had been one of her chief characteri-tics lrom my flr.-t acquain tance. Very fond of reading next to her treasured Rible, she found her greatest comlort anil delitrht in the works of Jav and Spurgeon, and ''Wools and Mind of Jesus." When the end drew near, and she was conscious that her feet were on the verge of the Jordan of death, she talked of her departure .as if going on a pleas ant journey, sending farewells to ab.-ent friends, after her "good-by" to those around her, adding she was willing to suffer longer, if it were the Lord's will, yet longing fr the rest that remains for the finally faithful. She was the last member of a large family of brothers and sisters, and leaves an only child, a widowed daughter witli a host of friends to mourn their loss. During the many years of her own widowhood, she made her home with this daughter, and could her warmest devotion and untiring ministrations ; the faithfulness of her physician ; and the watchcare of all around her have prevailed, the dear old mother and friend would still linger, to brighten with her cheery presence the home. Rut she had finished the work the Master assigned her. and leaves to us the example of a well spent life ; the comforting assurance of a triumphant release, and glorious entrance upon the reward that awaited her. Tins bids us dry our tears and "press on toward the mark of the prize," A:c., so that when our summons comes, wo mav. like dear sister Xancv receive the iv e let me plau dit, "Well done, good and faithful servant, enter thou into the jov of thy Loid." That (loci will comfort- the bereaved, and help us to so live guided by His Holy Spirit all the way as to meet her in heaven is the prayer of one who loved, and still cherishes her memory. A. H. I). Seaboard. Sept. 11, ISO."). Death of Mrs. Burgess. Mrs. John T. Rurgess, an aged lady who has been feeble for quite a long time, died at her home in Scotland Xeck Sunday, Sept. 22nd, lSlh3. Deceased leaves a husband, son and daughter to mourn their loss. The remains were interred m the Primitive Raptist cemetery at Kehukee church Monday afternoon. The Democrat extends sympathies to the stricken family. Weldon Fracas, Correspondence to The Democrat Weldon, X. C, Sept. 23, (.o. A serious cutting affair took place here on Saturday night, the particulars of which are as follows : Ed. A 'illiams. colored, and his wife were engaged in a play and it seems that they became angry and commenced lighting. Hen ry Parker, father-of the woman, heard of it and ran against the door and asked for admittance, which was obtained. When Parker entered the house he toid his daughter to go home, and threatened to shoot or cut AYilliams, when AYilliams knocked him out of the door .witli a chair and jumped upon him. They were soon separated but got together again when Parker indict ed several very ugly knife wounds upon the person of AYilliams, which may prove fatal. A preliminary trial was had before Justices Gary anil Pope yesterday, con ducted by Solicitor W. E. Daniel. The character of the wounds is such that the court would not grant Parker bail but sent him on to jail to await further developments. Tne very let medical attention is being given the wounded man. This unfortunate affair is the result of a drunken frolic. They are both hard working men. Chief of Police Purnell who has been confined to his bed several days from sickness is at his post again. M aj. J. AY. AYilson and ex-Senator M. C. Butler will spend much of their time here in the future, as they are largely interested in the oil mill on which work will be begun to-morrow. Hygeia Spring. For the benefit, of person interested in (ho spring at Clark's Rranch I give the analysis again as made by the State Chemist. Number of grains of solid matter 2.7f per gallon, of which Sodium Chloride and Calcium Carbonate are the principal parts. Also in lesser quan tity Afagnesium Carbonate, Potassium Sulphate, Oxide of Iron, and Silica. I have fixed up this spring tor the use of the public at an expense of about f2.."0 and would be glad if those who use it most would unite in reimbursing me. W. J. Smith. Scotland Xeck, X. 0., Sept. 2-, u.)7). Pays to Read Advertisements. An exchange has the following ob servation on reading advertisements : ;The average reader of the home newspaper can save its price in the course of a year by carefully reading the advertisements of live business men. Ry this we mean that the reader can save money by watching for quoted bargains in tho very goods he must have. Try it and see if the statement is correct. If it is. "hard times'' is no excuse for not taking a home paper, for it is saving you money when you need -it most." Destructive Fire in Washington. A dispatch from AVashington, X. C. dated Sept. 10th, gave the following account of a destructive tire : "This morning about 2 o'clock the E. AI. Short Lumber company's six large dry kilns were discovered to be m llame-:. Hardly had the alarm been civen before the sourthern corner of the dry kilns were ablaze. The fire spread rapidly, and tne Kiln-were near ly con-umed before the lire department got upon tho scene. This w as due, however, to the fact that the mill i located in the extreme western portion of tiie city. It seem- to have originat ed m the shed or southern corner of the kiltie, hut how. is unknown. Sev eral buildings near bv were in danger of destruction, and it was only through j the excellent work of the firemen that they were saved. The kilns, six m number, 30(W0o feet of lumber, the office and other small buildings were consumed. The lo.- is e-ti mated at between 120,000 and V) ,., partlv covered by insurance. This is th third time the kilns have been burned. The mill has met the same fate once and has been blown up twice." w I t! t ' ' ! . . . l.f: ; ' e fl. . hi-r ; s. . ; . , . e-i re-'r'. e : !. :; -re-s :,:.; . .bi-: .v.. I the o..,::;.! of h. .,::. S. ! V... : 1 his Week s 1 1 1 T ! , . 'A ;; s i K 1 ! ; -. if". tr :ug ' ' ci.eT :h giving to t.e p. . nur-inkr the P:ck. r-he w.cd s VI! I it would last o:hv a -.V-it nh:i 1 h about u thousand pieces oi NVw Wool Dress Goods the opening oi the Kail Dress Goods Season, staples and .Novel ties. What saving can be done you can tell when you see. la-t time that -lie wa N-t:er she realiz ed that -he w growing uor-e again, told her hu-baud if she had anoihe; rehipse she would never get we'd, ."he "anted to g horn h"ine. thinking th '5 Pi icccs change ii :ht be et.elic;: t. . he they t.,k her to --e a friend. 1 ut -!. ent one the.- and night. tiiitii death came, which wa- - i-a- they hardlv knew it. When -he w.i-rir-t taken -he wanted to get well, she hated to leave her husband and chil dren, but at the hist -he did not seem to cue to get we!'. he a-ked her husband one 'lay why did he think Gm1 kept her here suffering o long and saitl she thought it wa- to make her willing V die. All that a skillful doctor and loving hands could do for her could let save her life, for it was ;..d's appointed time to take his precious iewel h'-me. She joined the Primitive Rapti-t Church at Kehukee and has hed a consistent member for the pa-t eighteen years. She leave- a kind and loving husband and eight children to mourn their lo--. Five of the children are under eleven years of age, the youngest being a lithe babe only three months old. How sad, how hard to bear, and what a severe stroke to them all, especially- to the husband rind eldest daughter, Mi-s Annie, on whom the responsibility rests of raising all tho-v little ones. Xo one can enter fully into the feeling but by the experience of it. AYe believe her sufferings here work ed for her a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory in the world t come, for we believe -he i- now in Par adise basking on the wings of immor tal love, in tho sunlight of the adorable Redeemer, where those that meet part no more and tho-e long parted meet again. She was buried in the family burying ground, Elder M. T. Lawrence conduct ing the services. May the upholding-, stienglhening and reconciling power of Coil's preciou grace be felt and lealized by husband, children and all concerned, and may they all be prepared to meet her in heaven, where sorrow sin and sickne-s will ne no more. C.wmo'e L. I Iowa i:d. Sept. 21 , bv.io. The Genuine Merit )f Hood's Sarsaparilla wins fiiend wherever it is fairly and honestly tried. To have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsapari 1 la. the best blood purifier and strength builder. It expels all taint ol scrofula salt rheum and all other humor.-, and at the same time buifD up the whole system. Hood's Pills are prompt an d edicjenl . French Serge, yard wide, all Wool, black and colors. 25c a yard. One case oi all wool fancy mixtures. !2,r)C. Case ol' black Sicilians, most aristocratic ol'the Moh an I ami iv 45 inches wide. 7T)C. This Sicilian is $1 elsewhere. Three pieces of Mohair Bro cades, 46 inches, black. 58c. A little lot worth all of 85c. Matelasse Hnctta Fancies. 46 inches. 75c. Plaid Novelties in wool; loops of black Astrachan. bonele effects, flecked with bright shades at random. 40 inches. 42c. Big puliy Cham eleon Crepon, 44 inches. $1.25. MAIL OHDKliS 1MI0.MI TIA I'll.hKI). W mm X J. ! RETTEW & j.jAY, Death of Willie Cherry. Willie R., the 12-year old -on of Mr. W. R. Cherry at Palmyra, diet I Satur day night of hemorrhagic fever, after an illness of only a few days. The remains weie brought to Scotland Xeck and interred in the Raptist cemetery Sun day afternoon at o'clock. This Is the second son Mr. Cherry has lo.-t from the .-a me di.-ea-e within tho pas: two years. The Democrat joins the friends of Mr. Cherry in extending sympathv in the great sorrow that has come l the familv. The Only Great and thoroughly re liable building-up medicine, nerYe tonic, vitalizer and Acting through the blood. Hood' arsaj -arilla not only cures scrofula. salt rheum, etc., but gives health and vigor to the whole body. Rugs T Rugs 1 : Rugs 1 : : From 23 cents up to 3 dollars at A. L. PURRINGTON s. Blood Purifier Before the people today, and which stands preeminently aboYe all other medicines, is HOOD'S Sarsaparilla It has Avon its hold upon the hearts of the people by its own absolute intrinsic merit. It is not what we say, but Avhat Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the story: Hood's Cures Even Avhen all other prepar ations and prescriptions fail. "I had running eores on one of my limbs for a long time. I began talcinar Hood's Sarsaparilla and now they are nearly well. I have gamd in strength and fesh and feel thankful that there Is such a wonderful medicine as Hood's Bare apar ilia." Jonx Wkllmax, Erie, West Virginia. Get HOOD'S HE PA R I'M F.N! DI! V d t s s , ,;;p, MM; M 1 1 . i: i i . IfOIRIFOLIK, - - "T.A ATTENTION Tobacco rowers be ,. I w i-h to i nform rr.v fi :end- . .MOPS and Well Lighted Jeffreys' Warehouse, Rocky Mount, N. C. For the -V;e an.l .ur-!.a-e of . ; y . ', i i t I ,, ' largely of tin- nop, and po.j,.,o-.l 'o ,,,,.., ' everv re-pert. We h.,e n .,;,.! HI I I l.b' IM i I I;- ' "ever If! With old. I- ' ..'I ; t-se- f o'. . . Will be Satisfactory to The Farmers. With an eper.en-e of FN 'I ld:N '. I! i: -i i! -W.r.- 11 I claim to U a JU'lge of the weed, atid ! '-.; . i ' ' h d e e . ; ' I ' on my lloor shah -i-i: f .r o- a- . e - o' . ho . I a trial. I propo-e t , ! . my Drumming on The Floor WITH 331(3- PRICES. Si v hen y start to ,-. u JEFFREY'S, where you w.l: g- 22 tf T. Ii did I hi.'. Wilson Military ;: Acad In -e. i ' .(', cc of he : e;- . . ' IV.ertevihe ' . V the ;..,r;.e ' : - v ill h'-ieaf:er !' kle.v.n a- !!.' Wh- !. M . Fall Term begins Wednesday. Sept. 4. 180.. Woh -ever t,,e. t r: .... .... . -. . ; . t ' . e - . I 4 - u i hranche- ar.d m- -r-d -'d- no- a; d ; : I i.e '1 h.: '. A:-:-': h : ., :. ' -MmAo Dllfr are ta-tel. mild, eff0" I 1 Wvl S I 111 tive. All cixuggisu. is6c M -1 . 1 W. YJ.RI X SCOTLAND HECK MALE SCHOOL. The or;!v Hi.:. . :.- V. r . :.g h : . F - ' ' . V. V . g Men EX EI. 1. 1. NT 1.1 TKRAlrY - " 1 F. i 1I. "Mfl I.I I IM -!M ! J:-l Thorough Course of Instruction. It- :.tte .' i';V-icai life .ml leave ti.em .. ..'. NEXT SESSION lJlK.INS , I i I ST Send for Fatalogue. b 20 ol 1 AM. N 1 t K . N . 10 cents up at A. L. riu. . -t-ou3 to call early.