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ST. i 1PwsIf AB&OIWJTIEEV PURE Southern Night Exercise. The Cc!o:i;.i Lfa:; m.d lifer TV ' ""if"' K- of Vi!' Aca-i'-fl; V " :U hX' S ' i erer-.-! -o- ir:').TO'.'. n:.? OBITUARY. Ah.tr.-hi:- nr.; Ma:- .1, rI. Fr THE DEMOCRAT. LOCAL NEWS. :-I).Y. MAY 53 2 ; !. ANNOl'.NTEMENT.S. o o o . s ' rtj ij stock lias arrive'l. of nice and de.-irahle us where you can et and not have to nk for ;c!e- to jrot one. M. J I OKI MAN t Bno. fill! line of Thompson .r.-r-K N. U. JoSF.Y. rd and Laces. All new. N. ',. Jo-KY. For Sale. a : !!. f. m'4 hor.-' anl well hroke -ure. R. C .Iokv, Scotland Neck. X. C 'his i ee paper. Wanted. r I) ..... :i t S. F. Dcnx, Scotland Neck, X. C paper.) Photograplis. r'.v prepared to do your work v o 1 1 satisfaction in photo My time is limited m Scot k. -. all who desire work will in ; e ao n . Re-peetfully, R.'Hy.MAX. Notic i n ( M.' .i in . Ha i n ax Co. i ...i,,r .urt, May Term, '00. S ; Minirea v.". I'iney Mingea. .icfendant take notice tiiat ; -I has heeti beiom in said .v t!'f said Sam Mingea against ., .',:o;ve on account of rdulterv ;! ( ' i -ar ( 'ooer and also abun ,..r, ;iie part oi the .-aid Piney ,. ;he -nnmions Leing returna ; c May term of raid Court, to : :u ti.t-"town of Halifax, cn the ;!.-:v af'er the first Monday in v, hen mid w here said de : re-red to appear and an r demur to the complaint of inv hand this the 10th Clerk d. Uary, up. Court. .-i:V A Keliablo lady or gen finan to distribute vnake a housc-to-houe Yegetahle Toilet Soaps F..xtract-. -f 10 to if 7.") a :iade. Address Croits ii . lit. 4 23 it :i..n !n- paper. Nolkr of Town Commissioners. : . !a-t meeting of the hoard of :.v.:..i..ners for the t -wn of Scotland ir v. is ordered iy the board that v.-ho have not paid to the n" tor their street tax for the - : : ; ', n of street work by Fn M . v . i .'.;. will be forced to pay ., - :;;;. hv procer- of law. Hisnec ..;;,;, the old F-oard to settla this a- their final meeting f'.r the Ton Afro Skttixo. The grKxiseasom during the past few day have given the farmers an opportunity to ,-et their tobacco plants, and a large part of the crop has been -et. The Scotland .Neck Training School (colored; under the principal-hip of . T. Hill will close next week. Prof .). V. McDonald of I'hrnouth will deliver the Annual Address Thursday night. Savaoe, Sox it Co. We call special attention to the advertisement of these well known business men of Norfolk. They are well known to our readers, and their name is a guarantee for what they do. Peanut farmers will do well to note their advertisement of plaster. Fishino Ci.tkk. The county com missioners Monday appointed Mr. It. 15. Iiritt of their body to confer with a member of the board of commissioners from Edgecombe county concerning the putting in. of draws at the bridges across1 Fishing Creek. It is nece..arv to put in draw.s at the bridge in order that the government appropriation ol $.V0O be utilized in clearing the creek. How's this iok kahmino? A young farmer of this community told Tin; I)i:moci:at a few days ago that on a two-horpe farm last year lie cleared four hundred dollars. This, wo presume, was over and above the expenses of living. It was a good result for the in vestment, and say what you will, there are very few business men who surpass ed that according the money invested. This faimer cultivated rented land. Town's Xotjch. Fl.sewhere may bo een a special notice, ordered by the Mayor, concerning the cleanliness of back lots. Let every ono who controls a lot rend section ' of article .'5 in the town ordinances and comply strictly with the law. There is nothing more important than to keep the town in a cleanly condition, A little carelessness on the part of one person may bo the means of much disease and death in the town even before the summer shall have onsscvl. Let everv one see to it that his premises are kept clean. nth. The .-'icih h.v.e -:: i-.o.'2-1 otn invitation anl pre.-cnt a n- i in;ere-t;ng programme. The entire exer'n'e.- will relate to the South. 1 he : public are invited and thoe v,ho go will certainly be highly entertained and in-ftruc'ed. At the close ice cream will be Kiryed fvr the benefit of the library. Mr-. Yiriini.t L. Jcr V. N. :tt. I F-:r.:.i -i i. i;. .b.ne-. departed t!.? 1:5- M- Luie ' never ti -.ere prepared x gtve her hor: i!lr.e--. She was -ick ordy a or two. She w&3 a n.emlr oi the M. Church. South ; and her beaut ATAERE n Hard and Soft Coui. Ice Up His E. her rnot. "She wa Republican Conuty Conrention. The Republican- held their county convention in Halifax April 3'Jth. Tfie convention was not riarmoniou. There were two beta of delegate elect ed to the Congre-ional convention in Yeldon May 12th, also to the State convention in Raleigh May 14th. The only two names before the con vention were Cheatham and Hannon. The Cheatham delegate had the ma jority of one, but one delegate with drew and that left a tie and two sets of delegates were therefore chosen to the other convention. It is a purmise of on of the leading colored men who participated in the convention that the nplit will result in the nomination Con cress. of a white man for A Bad Wreck. There was a very bad wreck on the Norfolk and Carolina railroad near Lal myra Tuesday morning about 7 o'clock. Two through Ireight train, one of the Southern railroad going north, and one ot the Norfolk and Caroiina going south, ono of 3."i cars and the other of 30 cars, collided. The engines were demolished and thirty or forty car splintered but no one was seriously hurt. Rumor had it that the engineer on the Norfolk and Carolina train disre garded orders to atop at Palmyra, think ing that inasmuch as the Southern's train was a little late he could make Hobgood before meeting it. No trains passed all day Tuesday, but passengers and bairgage were transferred and passed north and south. PERSONALS. christian life -on the confidence and love of those who kr.w "She was a cood woman.' all right." were some of the involuntary tribute- paid her a- we s'.ood about the grief .-tricken home. Only 24 years of ae. "he was taken from us while in the very prim" of young womanhood. Her married life had covered a period of only two yers. but in that short time God had ble.-ed her and her htisband with two children both of whom survive her. May He in His providence brinic them afely horne to mama in his own good time. "Lizzie" was devotedly attached to her little family. To her mother she was and had ever been a most dutiful child. She never thought any encri tice too great to make for her, and even after her marriage, she was the same clinging, confiding child. No wonder that mother finds it so hard to give up such a daughter ! To her husband she was all a fond wife could be. His success and com fort were matters to which she gave close attention. Gentle, considerate and helpful, she neatled closely in li is affection, and when the end came lie exclaimed, ''I am ruined, for I have lost all." There remaina one other object of her pure Ioto to lament her loss : her brother. He who was her playmate., companion and protector in childhood's happy hours, was very dear to her, and her love to him was ai touching as beautiful. God grant that they may meet in heaven. Lizzie is gone, and the old home so recently darkened by the loss of iier fa ther, is enshrouded in a deep gloom. Put we shall meet again, "Some sweet day bye and bye." Hkk Pastoi:. Worst Enemy Defeated by P. P. P., Lippman's Great Remedy. ! H Y : UN ;::.'?: ' ! Agricultural and Buildnii: i.:::h i . a! l M M' n y "II : w- i : !. -: h Bricks, I i HAY M N t ! i i Silver Meeting. Just before going to pres3 we are re quested to announce that there will be a mass meeting of silver men at Hali fax Saturday, May 10th. ear on the day a hove nameu. V.. W. JlYMAN', ';c; k of the Board. Special Notice! ; town authorities call special at- to Section 3 of Article 3 in the linanee. and warn all persons neglecting to keep their back A failure to comply with it a- laid down in the ordinances :-i.ifct oer.-ons guiltv of such neg- . to indictment, and the author that everv one mar look for nfoi-ccment of the law, order of the Mayor. To Rebuild the Arsenal. Sheriff Claric Avas circulating a peti- uon at tne court no use -ionua , asKiug that Congress make an appropriation to rebuild the United States arsenal at Favetteville. Town Election. The town election was held last Monday. There was only one tioKei, and the old board was re-elected. Mr. J. A. I'errv was elected mayor, and Mess. .1. YY. Leggett, G. W. Bryan, E. Y. Hyman and Jos. stern, were eiecieu commissioners. Revival in Halifax. Rev J. T. Edmondsonof Baltimore is holding a revival meetiug in the Bap tist church in Halifax with great suc- .... ....,,,1 ll,n flrct Cess. 1 11C IIlL'UllUg cuujun.-in.uu i" of last week and has been well attended. There have been several conversions. The town is greatly interested in the work and every one pronounces Mr. Edmondson a fcrcat preacher, and a most successful evangelist. I ;,.1Vp never had a day's sickness in !:f.." said a middle-aged man the vr dav. What a eomf'-'rt it would be." sighs , ,.,,r invalid, "to be in- his place . or two." Vet half of the m- id-we ee micrht be just as healthy i:.-. if thev would only take proper vo! ! hetnselves, eat proper food anc it. I -o -trance that such simple things . erlookcd bv those who Tvant d make- health. makes strength and strength oil -ickness. Tho man who had ;.,, m -ick was strong because he - liuo-u d Iiis food, and you could the -liinebv fielping yourstom .v.ork as well as his. Shaker Di . -.Hal will help your stomach ;M rtiakc vou -trong and healthy ; tl.o'food vou cat make you Complimentary to Our Ladies. Mr. Allen Warren who was here a day or two last week representing his Riverside Nursery at Greenville, said to Tin: Democrat that the ladies of the town were, to be sure, the cleverest he had ever met. Ho was delighted with their courtesy and politeness and taste about ilowers and pretty things ...i WHO in turn, all say nice things for Mr. Warren and the prod nets of his nice nursery. Dr. A. C. Livermon went to Norfolk tii is week. Mr. E. B. Higgs of Greenville was hero Monday and Tuesday. j Mr. J. J. Daniel of Halifax spent Tuesday night here. Mr. John Morrisetto of Wilson spent Sunday on a visit to his parents. Maj. J. H. Mclver of the State farm near Tiilery was hero Thursday. Miss Katie Hasfard-Short of Tarboro is here on a visit to Mrs. Cotton's fam- ly- Mr. T. B. Haskett has gone to Green ville to be away some months building a house for his brother. Mrs. Eliza Whitaker came down from Raleigh Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Dr. W. R. Wood. Miss Nnnie Savage camo down from Roanoke Rapids Monday on a v sit to friends here. Rev. W. J. Smith and wile, and Mr. J. Y. Savage have gone to the Episco pal conyention at Charlotte. Mrs. J. L. Camp and children ot Franklin, Va., and Miss Lizzie bavage are here on a visit to the family of Rev. I. T. Vann. Mr. T. J. Jackson from near Dunn w as here last week. It was quite pleas ant to the editor of The Democrat to meet one from old Harnett. Mr. Jack was clever and interested us very much. Judge T. X. Hill of Halifax went to Washington Monday to appear before the United States court in case of the Guano Co. against N . C. Board """JL of Agriculture. Judge Mill is attorney or the combined guano companies. Jt ho ix on fertilizers in this It irti'-o i."- State. Wlhw it. Trial bottle 10 V."D SALE- 1' p:e oi a decree of the Supe ;t oi Halifax county in the o.-oeding therein pending 'havid Reii administrator de i of A G. Aaron, deceased, is and R. 15. Burnett and his d.- an- defendants I will on the I.-t day of June, Ib'JG, ex- i.iic sale to tliO nigne.-L uivmt. t i(, a .,.nri l.on-fi door in the :o'..n.,f Halifax, that tract of land sit itated In said county, bounded by lands o! Maftie I!ulfalowG. W. Bufialowand othc.-. containing sixty acres, more or less, and fully described'in the pleadings in -aid cause. d his 1-t day of May 1890. David Bell, Good Wards Again. Two ministers of different denomma tionslmva recently expressed them .dves concerning the merits of thu nnner One of them said he had never .t.;...T i these columns that seen am mm o. ...m r,rt nnv one. Tho other said ,ienaieris worthy u place in any home and is one ot the best papers in tho State. These gentlemen being ,i,t iud-es. we highly appro C HIIJ ico- - J " i(n their L'ood opinions and trust m'av never prove untrue to the stand ard which they seemed to thint haye already net up. we Do people buy Hood's Sarsaparilln. In preference to any other, in ract aimos. to the exclusion of all others? They know from actual use that Ilood'a is the best, i. e., it cures when others fail. Hood's Sarsaparilla ds still made under the personal supervision of the educated pharmacists who originated it. The question of best is just as positively decided in favor of Hood's as the question of comparative sales. Another thing: Every advertisement of Hood's Sarsaparilla is true, is honest. nn LnJOQ Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Puriner. All druggists. $1. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. FOR TMRBB YRAtS HB tPFBBEtV-COCtD HARDLY BREATHB AT MOnT-0P NOSTRIL CLOSED POR It YEARS. Ml. A M. iUuney. of Vlon. T.t was tuSirtr fru CttarrL !u lv writ I form. Trn.f, bU 0rtiun .,( ti u-Sr I iB -m ltl. h(rt vl rr.ric in Kt-4 ef iln hla couch, fad for tLr uigbt cotnlcg. E wt,t tu U wlilj trror. resi!ltjr ttit Dolhr long. wry ikf ful nlgtit and a itm. :o brib tefor him. He could Lot ;p oa ltbtr M for to yr I'. V. V . L5;rinn Ciremt Rmdr, eurtd Llm la iulek ilru. VT. LEON. TKXAI Ms.r LU'PMAN BKUS., -Tuuh, fa I hflT acnl naarlr fjur butt: of r. P. P. I wii adtcte.l fr ia tt orjwc of my had to tha aoUa ft n.y ft tour P. P. P. baa aurl my dlfflnulTjr cf brcatti lQg. aajotbrtnf, palpitation of tba f. rt . and baa rl!Ttl m of all paio. On bo tiil mi cleaed for tan yeara. but Dow I ito braatb tbrougb It rJi;y. I ba not alapt on lttr alit fr two ears: Id fact, I draadol to ae Dljbt Coma ow I sleep aoucdly la aoy puiitluri a.! ulfht. I am 50 yeara old. but axpr-ct inoii to l.f able to take hold of tb plow hand!. I fel glad tbat I waa lucky ruor.jb to gat P. P P., and I heartily rcornrLpd tt to my friend toil tba public generally. loura rttapectf ul!y. A. M. RAMSBT. T. E.HAYMAW & CO., PIr UCl ENERA U i J 11 n ii WW mm i rt Mr W ! KIM'- r . r." c All Til K STATE Comi nc ba. Before OF TtXAi-CoBiitr of the undersigned au thorlty on this day, personally appeared A. M. Ilaraaey. wbo, after being duly worn, tarn on o&tb tbat tba furefotpg atateiusnt rnade by btm relative to tbe virtue of P. P. P. inedkloe I trne A. to. BiMSKS. Sworn to and aabscrlbed bafor aie tbla. Auguit 4th, J. M LA VH CHT. M T., Comanche Codnty, Teia. Catarrh Cured by P. P. P. (Lippznan'a Oreat Remedy) where all other remedies failed. Rheumatism twists and distort yoar hands and feet. Its Agonlea are Intense, but speedy relief and a permanent cure ifllaod by tbe use ot P. P. P. oman s weakness, whether nervous or otherwise, oan be cured snd the system built up by P. p. r. A healthy woman Is a beautiful woman. Pimples, blotches, eciema and all dis figurements of the skin are removed and cured by P. P. P. P. 1'. I. will restore your tpetlte, build tip your system and regulate you In very way. P. P. P. removes that heavy, down-In-the-mouth ffelinjj For BIotch ana rircples on the face, take P. P. P. Ladles, for naturnl and thorough oraanl'? regulation, take P. P. P., X-lppman's (Treat Remedy, and get well at once. ts t'fl TOD special drive in ladies' dress pjoods ! ladies' ready made shirt waists. Large line of plain1 Gent's dress shirts and printed Lawns &. in plain and pirated Dimities. J fronts. Check Muslin from! percak shirt s-tlm 5c up. -very latest , Patterns Just received a line. Wfl;tv (i.ei,rim of the celebrated John l)l cttj VU.sj , . t n Kelly Ladies & Miss-' All-yol A hati o s es Shoes and Ties. .worth 2oe ivduced to iM! IOC. We hae aM-! t. our a! !, men-e U -k ! .-in -e- t hi- "M iiahle Kiule Iim !o.in heti.-r iiiiii ket. SOLD BY ALL DRLOOIST. LIPPMAN BROTHERS, APOTHECARIES, SOLE PROPRIETORS, Lippman' Block, 5vinnah. Oa. Executor s Notice ! Having ipialihed as executor f Wil liam Hrxltes hefore the rlerk'o! the Su perior court of Halifax county, all per son having claims nrai n-t hi- estate are notified to present them to me at Scotland Neck, on or hefore the Kth day of April, or this notice will he pleaded in har of recovery. This .March :J0th, 1S!;. 4 2 Ct. L W. Lko,i;tt, Executor of William Hodges. I C. JOSEI k CO KILN DRIED RESSElFfl U UIVIBEIO) RESSELS LknUMBEUUn s-fci.i are the only pills to take HOOd S HlllS with Hood's Sarsaparilla. i III!1 LOUlUi CONCERNING JAIJ K i-he Time for Building Up the ,y,tem is at thi reason The .V, ,,n,tl,Pv has made unusual drains vital forcas. The Wood ha, be ' .ovetished and impure, nd H he function, of the h.dy suffer in conduce. Ilood, aT th "rcat builder, ill J Blood rurifor and fierve tou.c. mfl the favorite ca- llooa s i ,-ith nil who use them thartic vvitn an Commiisioners' Meeting The.county commissioners held reg ular monthly meeting in Halifax Mon d-iv. The following accoums cie to- lowed : R G Reid, jail account $60 HO N NI Lockhart, transcribing .m Ti,r, x' lirnn-n. cood. for county 6 iO Everett "Waddy Co., boots B F Uarv, holding Inquest J W Clark, cotlm for pauper G Furnell, conv'y prisoner 0 R Reid, goods for county 13 F Gary, inquest T -V Ferry case ol uertna lcteu? o o S 1 Gary, painting fence B I Allsbrook, Supt. eo. fence C II B Howerton, good? S Trueblood, corn for county L D Browning, Supt. co. home t v iivim-n. troods t v itrintlev. recording orders 10 So Easter Hospital, expenses lunatics 1 30 llenrv L ianton, cuum imi'-' T F McGuire, rebate on taxes W R Neville, " " Ed. Robinson, T J Goodrich, conv'g prisoner Dallas Austin, wort at jail Jno. Fenner, work at c h l)r W R Wood, examining body of Chas. Dickens' wile tor coroner xu w E W Hyman, fare for augnan P X Stainback, goods Gus Fittman, coffin for pauper J F Cullom, bridge 13 70 2 :o 2 00 2 00 20 10 2 U0 12 81 1 00 3 50 43 25 2 05 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 00 5 00 1 00 North Carolina, ) Halifax Co. S May 4, 1S9G. It is ordered that the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners notify four or five jail builders and advertise it in the Scotland Neck Democrat and the Roanoke News that the Commis sioners will meet at the court house m Halifax, N. C, on the 18th day of May 18'JG, to receive bids and specifications to place new cells in the present coun ty jail. The old jail is built oi brick, with elate roof, inside measurement 27x27, lined with oak sills 7x12, with 4 windows first floor, 0 windows second floor. We want all the old wood taken out, four new windows cut down stairs, two new window up stairs, cou nrftP floor down stairs, concrete floor up stairs, iron stairway, walls nicely ce mented, iron cells to hold 16 prisoners up stairs, 2 or 3 cells down stairs to be made out of the old cage or ,ome other plan may be nhmitted with good crating fn P:1ch window, water closet In each cell, sewer pife laid from jail about :.-o'feet with N inch pipe, with fall not les than 0 inches to the 100 feet, with a force pump in well, gutter on house r MrraiT-ed as to force all water through the sewer. Parties submitting plans with the understanding that the com missioners reserve the right to reiect or rAPPive anv nlan they oesire. Pay 500 Nov. 1st and balance m 1, 2 & 3 years, with 6 per cent, interest. J. Frank Brlvkley, Clerk Plaster ! Plaster ! SCOTLAND NECK MARKET, CORRECTED WEEKLY BY R, C. JOSEY & CO. COTTON MARKET. (MARKET FIRM.) Stained Low Middling Middling PEANUT .MARKET. (MARKET kirm.) Spanish Virginias, bright FARM PRODUCT; Corn Fodder Hay Oats Field peas Potatoes, sweet Ham, old Pork Lard Beef, on foot Tallow 10 5 .05 to 75 I have just received from the N. C. Lumber compa ny a nice lot of Dressed Lumber, consisting of Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding And Weatherboardins of nil kinds. All Will lie sold at Very low Prices. LUMBER YARD IN THE RKAK p RU IM IM OF WHITE A- PAUUL'S. v O. T. IIUIV, I 10 tt 00 75 SO 10 50 50 124 6 N i 4i Chickens 20 to 25 Eggs....-' 10 Turkevs "0 to I.0 Butter 2- Beeswax 1 GROCERIES. Flour, per barrel $2.50 to -U75 Meal, per bu-hel Meat Molasses Sugar Coffee Cheese Salt, per sack c5 RINOC TOBACCO GUAN 1 I am Gratified N. .'5, , 0; . ."25 to 50 , 0 . .20 to 25 Scotland Ne-k, Aug. : F. S. Rovster, Dear Sir : We take p'ea ure in bating thr-t we hae not heard a t-mgh- complaint against th- lield action of Fanner' Bone thi -".i-"n. AU who u"i it tLi-s arf wc-H j-!eaol, I r ily, . Bi...- A .loiis-"V. If.S.R OYSTER GUANO CO.A yTkaBORO. N C. ft. KOftrOLK.yAtJ :h tl Millinery. I l.f 1 r r . : v !,vl Ni- th- It is My Purpccc 4. VAiii,- .V JOHN- Aoi:st.-, S- A i.aM Ni.' N ON, '.!-- I.: 1 N. What wt Inherit All W H Hunter, lumber for bridge W R Shaw, work at c h D C Thome, for four bridges Taylor, coffin pauper 39 50 2 00 14 50 8 26 1 75 27 54 2 00 RED BEACH AND VIRGINIA GROUND NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER For Peanuts. Savage, Son & Co., Norfolk, - Virginia. 5 7 tr NOTICE! Bv virtue of powr-r 1: rhich v. . -e-'r-.' ex-'-'i-e I We are not to blame for. We cannot he held responsible for the disposition- onn tpnrlencie.-; which we derive from . - -rr-r nrc w c rn.r.f.n-' h.P I.'lill III ' ' - is ' - ' our aucsiui , w. , ,-. .. .. , ... .1 n -.,, - f ,1 , n rn ti i -I t. 711 t' li" "U U"- lor tne germs ui u.:;c ; t . . , v .,,,,1 ,; manliest ujcninc.; m -heritage from former generations. But we are re.-ponsible if we allow thee cerms to develop into eeriou diea.-e- which will impair our u.-efulnee.- and destrov our happiness. We are re-pon-eible if we transmit to our decendantn the dieea. germs which it is lonsible for to eradicate bv the use of Hood'? Sarsaparilla, the one true blood purifier j map This medicine has power to make rich, red blood and establish pent"1 heaitn Mrs. White's. It-.. in place of disease. 1- Harriet L.. which i duly w-r.: Haliiax county, in the Re-'-'-! - r.ce. in Bo-.K 70 A on pa-e -ha.; -ell for ti-li at auction, m th t'.wn Scotland .Neck, on the day o. Nov. W; the property therein Ie-cr:i-.i. to vsit : Lots nurr.Ur 5. C. 7 imA Mock 1. according to the plan a:.l r, Scotland Neck. 1 hi- April ' ' m . t a . . . , , 1 . Frank P. Sic iki k-. Executors of J. G. Shield.--. i 30 ot i'HL'i '111 - i ;h'1ik . -1 1 m; y 1 1 1 EVER - IP 'W.N IN " 1 I. M M ' K'. 1 1 I Mini ( . 15. Sail.-r II..'- ii ve if.e a '.- Ki 1 1 15 (!,-. mi:.-, w. n. white f 1. dae'd.