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"""" """"""" """ . - , , , 1 est of al 1 in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report f!E &&&&&& PERSONALS. Mr. Jos. L. Scott ua in a da IBSOUDTEILY PURE -n-nirrtr) A rn I Aft 4 T VlMrn " - t y, .( t'VK 1. isW. ! Wul.-NXEMENTS. ',v 'rash Suits thev '. a full line of black , Ye.-N just arrived 1 ! ' i max A- Buo's. .. (,f Persian S 1 1 k h and hi rt -waists just come in. . ; , rot your pick. l. MtiFFMAN it BliO. r feeding, very cheap at -e meal and cotton seed regular feed store both 1 ck c ream slt'I'ku. Immediately- af ter Hie Cantata in l'ittman Hall Friday uignt ice cream will be served. Table will be set in a convenient place near the hall. lull line of Thompson X. lb JOSEV. ! 1 Luces.. All new. X. B. Josev. f'iiotograpns. t iv t ropare'l to do your work . ! -atisfacdon in ptioo r'i;:i' is limited m Seot . . .ill who desire work will n:i' n . Pe-neetfuIIy, lb Hyman. proorves and jellies at - - at '!c per gallon at C : :r. : s s . o r. e r b ' Meeting. 'i'i - (.'nmis.-ioner.'S were in M .-day. The following ac- . :. ', ,ued : ir'ing pns. U f, ci. i. f 1 00 21 14 an :o U-e 6. H B - J t".;' k. '. ':n J 1! A'.-i :'"'k. rep'g tr: Ue 'V-; : Mill, meal br ;i. .;' una; -uiarv k. Sup:. (.'. fence a: i i : s ir iurv 7 !.") 1 00 ri to 3f 50 ir 72 lb") oo i; ; -ok. repairing bridge 5 00 A';-:n. v- rk. 5 00 F.:.:.'c iM.'.k.'ev. record V orders S 00 2 .jo C 50 v4 .yk 7 12 ! I!.- Snt. Co. home 13 05 "C: -. 3I)::'.t re-.-e 4 05 H V'- : ,.,-,Ti;-t crier ;j (mi p. for Co. 2:i Xl 1 25 1 (Ml :. ' 1 louse 75 -.-at. i-riiitr notice 2 5o I'l'.k.-:-. :!; -er to jury (0 ;,. a. : ri:it?Lf notice 2 50 t.. -'.rn-." for Co. home 20 50 :."'::i::-i. rebate 2 00 ;i :. " 5 00 i-vU-.n?': to C ,l,Mro 10 50 ' i' i::-:-!' If-. use 5 00 kiicri. ti-aiiscribmg 221 0O 2 0 Every cue should avail himself of the opportunity of seeing the beauti ful Operetta, "Fire Fly Slave" to he rendered at Pittman Hall Friday mght, June 5, 1395, at 8:30 o'clock. Goes to Mount Pleasant. -Uias r.ne Caldwell who has been teacher of elocution in Vine Hill Fe male Academy here for two years, ha resigned and will take a position in Moena College at Mount Pleasant, Ca barrus county. During Miss Caldwell's stay in Scot land X'eck she has made many friends and admirers who regret to loose her hut wish her even greater success in her new field than she has had here, .she is bright, intelligent, accomplished and attractive and will be a valuable acquisition to the community in which she will labor. Dowden's Day of Execution. Henry Dowden, the colored man con victed of thf murder of engineer Dodd, has been heard before the Supreme Court. That court alUrmed the decis ion of the lower court, and the Gov ernor has appointed July 2nd as the day for the execution. Dowden was brought from Raleigh to Halifax Tuesday by deputy sheriff C. M. Walters and J. T. Rowland. County Temperance Meeting. The next session of the county Tem perance Association will be held in Pitt man Hall, Scotland Neck, Tuesday night June 10th, and not 18th as stated last week. The change from ISth to 10th was made by the committee be cause of the township Democratic primaries on 18th. There will be a business session of the Association Wednesday morning 17th. but it will close time enough for visitors to leave on the 10 o'clock train. It is expected that Dr. 1). B. Zollicof fer of Garysburg will address the Asso ciation on Tuesday night 10th. t- pn' ner to jail ; b - iiuing prisoner - '!r.- :-. ; s.ly Co. att'y. ' i rob.tte ;:. 1 I.iv com., mil. it, 2 00 50 00 1 00 :5 50 20 2 00 1 ( 0 2 05 2 00 v. 1 d-iv dork .! made to the following . 1 per month for 0 mos. iv-v:. ; - 1 " " . ;,o :i - , F .i ...- t. I oo ' : ; j I: !'s 2 oo " a " ' : ' paid in 27 12 on insol- iAX Li'.VY. ' ! i r lered that a tax of 23 ?4 . ..vorth cf real and person ' .": levied for county iur "f' r'" fs-"i and 71 cents on every ' ; :i 1 t!iat the same taxes ' ; 1 ' . :?! schedule I? it C, ax are f ' '' state in all cases where ' :- r-ntirled to levy a taxex--! i- ,ji M and :',0. The ou these sections 50 per " N' tax except in which ' . - n'lthmg and under - ' iMMfv levies on liquor, tiriri-ts .1 of one per cent. Commencements. Davidson College commencement will be held next week beginning Mon day, June 8th, with Class Day exer cises. Tuesday will bo the annual meeting of the Hoard of Trustees and the reunion ot the literary societies. Wednesday the literary address will be delivered by Wm. M. Thornton, LL. D., of the University of Va., and the Alumni Oration Avill be delivered by Rev. C. G. Vandell of Xew Berne. Thursday will be commenceday exer cises. Chapel Hill commencement is being held this week. The arrangements have been made for a great commence ment. Vice-President Stephenson is there and his presence lends quite a charm to the occasion. Two Unions. 1 "-'i and Roanoke Unions o' l iMoke Rapids, July 3rd, : THURSDAY. :c. w.'kx J. G. Kcndrick. I i.Ii AV. ' braver and Praise. -- ;r 'in: y to the Children b. i- " :u Wa.rren Union ' 'l a '. -'o ;i; in Roanoke Union I . . i : 'ay Prrachers The need b -o;,- Work '1". M. Pltt ' '-. Ih;v. J.T. Kdmundson i.a: !i-t-; Their Faith and - 0. '1 . Vr.nn. J. O. Alder- ; "I; I 'A v. 1 ' i'sayer and Praise. : ' I'uiKUTal Kducation ' ; -Mi:,!,,.!!. ,,) ,.,( lt.-;tnoke Rapids- Death of Mr. Wiley Cherry. Mr. Wiley Cherry, one or the best known and most prosperous farmers of the community, died at his home six miles from town Wednesday, May 27, aged 78 years. Mr. Cherry had been atllicted with rheumatism for about two years, but recently had greatly im proved in health generally. A few days before his death he was taken ill with some affection of the head from which he never recovered. He was buried at the home burying ground Thursday afternoon. Mr. Chery had all his life been a most industrious and economical farm er, and had accumulated quite a hand some little estate. His financial ease in his old age was but the fitting re ward of his industry and economy in strong manhood. Kvery one regrets to learn of the death or this quiet; good citizen, and The Dkmo kat feels the loss of a per sonal friend. He leaves two sons and one daughter with many other relatives and friends to mourn his loss. or two last wr-ck. ' ':'pii:ina''e Rev. W k I' "--'ration Pox. Ik;. iteration Rev. J. K. Miss Julia Hatton of snlfolk is 5-!t-ing relatives and friends here. Mr. W. H. White came in TueLy from a trip on the road. Mis- Pattie Biggs of Williamson 1 visiting her cousin Mis Annie Biggs. Mr. T. L. Allsbrook is here on a vis it to his people. Mr. If. E. Biggs left Tuesday for Louisburg where he will spend some days. Miss Kmma Austin ot Tarboro has been on a visit here several davs to her friends. Miss Mary Coflield of Williamson came up on a visit to friends here Tues day. Mr. Leon Williams was here from Tarboro last week on a visit to Mr. A. P. flyman. Miss Lizzie Savage who has been here on a visit to Mrs. R. T. Vann, re turned to her home in Franklin, Va., Monday. Mr. Ernest Morrisette went to Wil son Monday to take a position there in the railroad business with his brother Mr. John Morrisette. Miss Lou Smith left Monday for Bea ver Creek, Ashe county where she has gone to take a position as teacher. Mr. L. M. Pittman come in Tuesday from several months' trip on the road for Southern Sweet Gum Co., of this place. Miss Annie L. Pittman of Salem came Tuesday on a visit to her brothers and other relatives here. Her friends were glad to see her. Mr. and Mrs. W W. Kitchin of Rox boro came down Tuesday to visit Mr. Kitchin's parents. Mr. Kitchin will deliver the address to night (Wednes day) before Vine Hill Male Academy. His many friends will gladly hear him. Mr. John T. Brfnkley who went to Baltimore with his wife Monday of last week returned Saturday. He took her there for special treatment but the physicians told him that her treatment here at home was all that she needed. Dr. McDowell accompanied Mrs. Brink- lev and returned with her. Miss Alice Marshall who has been engaged in the millinery business here ;orae months with Mrs. W. H. White, left Tuesday for her home at Vienna, Md. She was here last millinery sea- on and made many friends, and dur ing her stay this season she has added to her list others who were sorry to see her go and send best wishes with her. Good Crops. w Corrrpondcnee to Thb Dbmocrat.J Rixgwood, N. C, June 1st, '90. Crops and grass growing finely some are badly in the grass. It would do you good to see some corn crops in this section. They are said by those ho have traveled te be the finest in the State. Mr. W. P. Simpson is putting up a ind-mill on his Wood Lawn farm for the purpose of pumping water to his stock. He has some fine thoroughbreds and is raising hay, clover and grasses generally. There was a large crowd at Central church Sunday, and Rev. Dr. Black preached a most excellent sermon. It j was tender, touching and impressive to j most attentive and interested au dience. He made a fine Impression on all. Paul V. Matthews is at home for a few week from Wake Forest where he has been for the past session attending law lecture. FIemming--i )n Thursday, May 28, at -1 : 30 p. m. in the Episcopal church of this place Miss Nannie Bell was married to Mr. M. C. Fleirming, Rev. W. J. Smith of ficiating. The attendants were : Miss ettie White with D. A. Madry, Miss Annie Madrv with Joe Warren, Miss Carrie Mlsbrook with W.T. Latham. Miss Etta Gotten was maid of honor and the bride was given away by Mr. J. S. Paul!. les.s. J. A. Pittman and Leon Wu"han acted as ushers. Ylarge crowd of friends were pres ent f witness the marriage, and nnme Ltely after the -emony Mr an Mrs Flcmming took' ine u-o- -h! nie !,n Edgecombe where MrHBj ming is engaged m the lumbei bu,i ness. The Democrat joins their many friends in good wishes lor them long me and a full , hare of prosperity and happiness. The beautiful Cantata "Fire Fly Slave" will be rendered at Pittman Hall Friday Nignt, June 5, 139S, for the "benefit of the Episcopal church debt. The School Book Fight. Tuesday the county commissioners acting as a Board of Education took ac tion in the matter of adopting text books for the free schools of the county for the next three years. The American Book Company was represented by Mr. W. A. Dunn ; Ginn it Co., by Mr. Claude Kitchin ; The University Publishing Co., by Cob A. Prescott, county examiner, and the ed itor ot The Democrat made some claims for the same company. Ginn it Co. asked the commissioners to adopt their books in the place of the State list formerly adopted by the State Board of Education. After hearing the claims of each company's representative, the commis sioners closed doors and considered the matter privately. They adopted the old list of text books and added the following : Lee's Briet History and School History by B. F. Johnson it Co., of Richmond. Ginn it Co.'s Primary Geography and Frye's Complete Geography ; South ern Literature and the Southern States of the American Union by B. F. John son it Co. It was Intended by the commission ers, it seems, that by adopting the old list and adding new books it would leave it with the parents and teachers to choose which books shall be used. J! I.I,. .. ,111 Vint Hill Commencerntnt The -ommencemen: exere?e of Viae Hbl Female Academy vcre Leid nedy and Thur.-day nicht of 3. wrk. The following niter-ung programme wa.-. rendered Vedr.eday niu'ht 1. Entrance March. 2. Class Recitation America. 3. The Doll Drill. 1. Recitation Two Girli of 112. '. In?t. Duet The S'eighride Mu ses Bessie Simmons, Birdte Savage. '). Recitation Dimple nd Dup'ing Misd Kat Dunn. 7. Hatchet Drill. I' art II. 1. Song Bobby Shaftoe. 2. Recitation Neddies Thanksgiv ing Visit Miss Sadie Stern. In-t. Quartette Maiden' Blush Waltz Mies Kate Futreil, Minnie Gray, Mattie BrinUey. Bessie Futre'd. 4. Recitation Marriage of the don ers Miss Hattie Bell. . Inst. Trio Hope March Mirr Pattie Vaughan, Freda Hill, Emily Pe ters. i. The Fan Drill. 7. Inst. Quartette The Prima Don na Waltz Misses Birdie Savage, Mary Mitchell, Bessie Simmons Mattie Brink ler. Thursday night the crowd wa large to witness the ipeclal contest for the elocution medal. Following that night' programme : PART I. 1. Entrance March March Titus Misses Evie Johnson, Annie Leggett, Lizze Powell, Nannie Hayes Smith. 2. Inst. Sextette The Blacksmith Misses Lizzie Powell, Nannie Hayes Smith, Freda Hill, Annie Leggett, Liz zie Hyman, Pattie Vaughan. CONTEST FOR ELOCUTION' MEDAL. 3. Recitation Lasca Miss Emily Peters. 4. Recitation A Legend of the True Miss Estelle Johnson. 5. Recitation The Rivals Miss Maggie Shields. 0. Recitation The Confessional Miss Lucy Dunn. . liecitation Prince Eric s Christ Maid Mis. Pattie Vaughan. 8. Recitation Sister and I Miss Lizzie Hyman. 9. Inst. Duo Belisario Miss Es telle Johnon, accompanied by Miss Retta Johnson. PART II. 1. The Huntresses. 2. Inst. Solo Cachoucha Caprice Miss Estelle Johnson.. 3. The Lotus Eaters Reader, Mis Maggie Shields ; Pantomime, Misses Emily Peters, Pattie Vaughan, Annie Leggett. 4. Scarf Fantastics. 5. Inst. Quartette Overture 'T'oet and Peasant" Misses Estelle Johnson, Lizzie Hyman, Evie Johnson, Hattie Bell. Dr. Frank W. Whitehead, Prof. C. W. Wilson and E. E. Hilliard acted as judges of the elocution contest. They retired at the close of the contest and upon returning, under considerable in terest on the part of the audience and the fair contestants, reported that Miss Lucy Dunn had been tho winner of the prize. The medal was presented by Mr. Hilliard. It was given by Dr. A. C. Livermon. At the conclusion ot tiie exercises Mr. W. A. Dunn made some statements for the principal of the school, among others that two new teachers have been securer? for the coming year teacher of elocution and munc. The ladies employed to fill these positions will come highly recomended. Mr. Dunn also announced that cream and cake would be served, the proceeds of which to go to better equipping the school. It was a most pleasant entertainment, as they always are at this school, and Mr. Dunn said that everybody is pleas. ed with the school. The recitations by the young ladies who contested for the m&dalso genor- ously given by Dr. Livermon, were all well rendered and did great credit both to the young ladies and the teacher. It will be the purpose of Miss Lena Smith, the principal, to even improve on former work if possible. J'. ..I i Pi I" ROANOKE UNION. c. e. k:llld l An Interesting Sej :: f tf.o Tsr V. ; w !..' i : . Hard and Soft Coal. Ice, HAY .i: I V : u - . : Agricultural and Building li::k Bricks. T K. HAY MAN. I T. E.HAYMAN & CO., ENERA i j 11 l v. , ... Al b KIM'- ! X. ft u ouisj yy isa Art the Messengers of Sense, the Telegraph System of the human body. Nerves extend from the brain to every part of the body and reach every organ. Nerves are like fire good servants but hard masters. Nerves are fed by the blood and are therefore like it in character. Nerves will be weak and exhausted if the blood is thin, pale and impure. Nerves will surely be strong and steady If the blood is rich, red and vigorous. Nerves find a true friend in Hood's Sarsapa rilla because it makes rich, red blood. Nerves do their work naturally and weli, the brain is unclouded, there are no neuralgic pains, appetite and diges tion are good, when you take LnJ(Q)CQ)(Qj Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. All druggists, fl. Prepared only by C. I. Hood 4 Co., Lowell, Masa. rtt the best family cathartic MOOd S FlllS and liver stimulant. 2dC j Tf. bran V er I!.' :t A . t h 1 Ltj ! st i'h ir-:': clo-ini; Sunday niht. Rev. K. D. U:!s'.'f IreMi:; j reach ed the intn. Jurtory sermon Kr.dav t! 1 1 o'ci. -ck. In the afternc-m the I'n'on w- t-r- A 1.' Sh A M N V ; I V 1 n I II V-1M. H : b M r g.ml2ei by enrobinr the !in:e .f deb , t ;. . i s egate from the varum churches. K. ! . E. IlilharU. j-ormanent chim;au ' the 1'nion. pre-iUed, and J. W. Hryan ft 1'lymouth wi made ec:ei.-ify ! the Union. Rev. R. T. Vann d'--u- i the tvor ..f tbe bnion ince it ori a::!at:on m 17'.. Then. Je said, there were -s.'v about !-ix ehurchei within 'Air t, . ;n 1- ine i niun. ana now mere :trv tweu tv-four. Mess. N. Rigg- it:: 1 W. A. Dunn a!. made remarks on the h'torv and work ! of the bnion.. ' '' ' ' I'll' N K : The pstorr of the various fields made reports their work, which were in . the main eneouragirn:. Friday nigfit, Rev. J. . Alderman preached a most excellent prmoii. afier which the ordinance of hajti-in wa i admmNterel br Ilev. K. T. W outen of i l'lymouth. Twehe per. ins were Lap- i tied. I i SATI'KIH V. Saturday morning religion- eerci.es were conducted iy Rev. .1. U. Pace. Then followed the diricii-aii-n o! the subjects on the programme. Mr. V. A. Dunn and Key. Y . V. Sav ae of Tarboro di.-cubel "The Christian Citizen." "Obligations and liot Methnl of Rropayatin Denominational l'rlnci plos" was diseu5ed by Rev. J. Ib Pace, J. O. Alderman and F. T. Wooten. In the afternoon "The Reli.u'ioui l'ress" wa.i discussed by Revs. K. J. Edwards, E. I). Wells and others. "The Proper Attitude Toward State Aid to Higher Education" was dlcus ed by Rev. W. Y. S-vage, .1. (). Alder man, R. T. Vann and others. Saturday night Mr. Archibald John son, editor of "Charity and Children.'' organ of the Baptist Orphanage at Thomasville, presented tho claims of that institution upon the Baptists, of the State. His address was greatly en joyed. He was followed by Mr. Y. A. Dunn who made some yery appropri ate remarks. srxii.w. Sunday morning at '.):'.)() o'clock there was a Sunday-school mass meet ing, at wnich short talks were made by Revs. K. J). Wells, F. T. Wooten, J. R. Pace, Mens. .!. W. Bryan and A. Johnson. At II o'clock Rev. J. O. Alderman prtached to a large congregation a very thoughtful and well delivered sermon. After t lie sermon a collection was tak en up for Washington church amount ing to over .flOO. At night Rev. V. T. Wooten of Ply mouth preached to a large congrega tion. His sermon was well received and pleasantly commented upon. The next session ct the bnion will be held in Halifax Friday before "th Sunday in August. ! i hi S. special drive in ladies' dress goods ! ladies' rciidy made shirt waists. Sunday-School Work. Large line of plain; Gent's dress shirts ad printed Lawns & in plain and pleated Dimities. 1 fronts. Check Muslin from; Percale shirts-the 5c lip. very latest . "oat terns- Just received a line .ro:tv ,i,i(nK of the celebrated John P1 et. cU sln;s;1 4 Kelly Ladies & Miss- All-wool a batross es' Shoes and Ties. worth 2oc reduced to We have added to our already ini I JtJC. mense htock of hoes the old and te j V-m .'hotild n-. tn '. y .i i ' liable Eagle Shoe. none better on the ' lit -tr.o hat - !( :. . N ' market. lire I C. JOSEY k CO. tr O ? cz '"- - I. Wanted-An Idea lmtf. vnnr MMat thv ma hrinff -wan wealth. Wbo can think of aome simple tning to patent f Write JfJny wiiUi;t.tu3utu at raieni wr nera. Washington, D. C for their tbapO prise offer ad list of two hundred laTentr (Corresponden; to Tub Democrat.) Littleton, X. C, June 1, 18'.H). Littleton township S. S. Convention, pursuant to call of the executive com mittee, met May 30th in the Baptist church as per previous arrangements, township president A. E. Carter presid ing. In absence of pastor Rev. J. W. McXamara conducted devotional exer cises. Prof. Bagley and Mtj. Jenkins welcomed the convention to Littleton in well chosen words, and were res ponded to by the county president, W. C. Whitaker. Owing to sickness, press of work among farmers, and other causes, at tendance, especially of those expected to 'take part in the" programme, was small Of the eight schools in this township five were represented. The reports ihow that there has been a gain in number of schools that the work is in a flourishing condition. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as fol lows : A. E. Carter, president ; J. A. House, vice-president; H. J. Caudle, secretary, l'lace for next convention Bethlehem. Delegates to county convention : T. I W. Myrick, Miss Xannie Pulley. H. J. Caudle, Jno. W. Bobhltt, Mips Fannie ! Barnes, Miss Laura Moss, L. T. Kin. ! In the abtence of appointed speakers j some of the brethren present resjonded i to the request of the chairman. ( W &3 - Don't Stop Tobacco. Huv n i'i bH i r w nit i: i -1 . ii The to! iar c . h.i ' 0 ' ;" !!tltll lil- l, ! - -'I , ft-rted , ; in , i M ! ! i . !,''' h.'ippii.e--. I o .ji,',: - , : eie a -ho'-k ( thi' - v ' to a ti in, c'ri (' . i bi lit that hi- -v -'co, ..:. ' I :.t-i i ( 'ir-." i- .. .;! f oh.ii'ci i habit, i !, ., : : : . ' itu po' I ii' b'd a ?': 1 1 in i net it I ' ; : p.h; - 1 1 1 In hi-1 'i i '. .i' j . 1 - out a fai t JEWELRY A P SILVERWARE!!! WATCHES AND CLOCKS PUT IS PERFECT PEP.WR. We have engaged the nervine- of Mr. J. D. Perry, v, ho ha- ju-t retur fi"l from the Chi',airo WM'di Maker.-' In-titute. -a h-:e he t'Hik a tb-'i-ouh coiif'. niid j.reparf-l to do ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING Ami Kiiirravintr. Hii office i" at our show -.i!i 1-v-v :n front. All work is guaranteed. (ilVE HIM A CALL . . X.I. WW., alid ;"..!. , i!.o--. i j i i i , ,!.,), 'an u-- h ! ! the t ib. , . i .. t.ikirg c...,, I : v ;: , W l(en to -top We ; e , , ; flli'ee to MJ ; . I . : , I , ! ,;oe . .r ','.-. ! 1 ; j-. 1 M i ; j , i . . ' i 1 1 ; , , hot M -"ib-f t .'. ) . , , , i . that ei.re- M?fi.-..,f ! ! e A ,. , , t a r id -a nh no t. , , leave- tie -v 'eu, .,- , , , ., , ; !;!'"' i ' 11.; a- the d., s . , j . h !,e i,i -rh'.ke. Cri:i.2 i:v ;a ' i i o a ; . : I "lorn h u !i'l;e : ! u , i .rl-.'lhal- of w u'.'-, 'fe.it, t. ' in-; rf-eti. .n, the f .'j. v. it I- ; ' ( '! toil, Ni", ,.!.'.. . A ; ; . . t : EuM'KH ' 'hef; ...I ! .'. Mf.' I ., !- jen .eu I o; ih-1 to' :'' i 1 ti .b 1 : ' ' : ;i -. t h ve e.i r - f ). t , ".e J -U.'ferrT fliitn ;'! -in !..'. ,i; di-'iw. 1 ,: 1 1 f en J put, but e, ,t, !;,': I . ,i , . f l:e-. an.otr t J.er-" N . 1 . : I nd;a n l .1 ..i . A t. ' . i' 'he. -ride ' f ..'!"' of t h e j ti d d ? i- ' , ' ' ! , .: . !. ! t y.-ir '!! .. . ' ' ." ; . ' i : e ! ft,. i,f !.'), i ; ' ttid I .'. : e t i- t ; ; .vej-.'ht ! art. ::,;, ! f- , T. ! The; : , - ,i !,e ; , . f e t I ' I .. - i I.I o .e I I t eu b :i Rey. Mr. McXamara, who, beside j beinz ditor of the Liberty's Sentinel j 4- and doing an immense amotint of worc j on that paper, is always ready to fill a I SC,jTL.ND .NECK. STEAM DYE WOItKS vacant pulpit or follow a Korni.-h priest to expose the errors and plot of that church, was especiallv helpful. .. ... V i ,'i ..uv fn , i Get price list. Adlre-- Some one remarked "We could not 1 nave gotten aiong wunouii.un. i (:()1USSU -KCK lf.Ai, )Vi.:v,. (',, ... 11. V HUAKLK. Scotland X'-.-k. N. C. Mourning (Joons a M'l.' i.u.rv V. - v.. - ,: 1 t,y h ! f bi i - ' :o v.;'h .r -e.'it '1' re. Wr:te f r i, ' 'hen.;.- ,'. ,'. lid I; : P If M P. h A r . . I . . . '. . - i . i t ii m i I.L PKIiN- tre-M--ef- i.j. r. 'be of t h ii .rn i -at t '. ; ! I Bad Case of Eczema. Mint Hill. X. C. April '2'.), My baby has had a bad ca.-c of eczema for which I have been u-ing Howl's Sarsa- .COTI. l-2i-lr ScotUnd Xe k X. ( i Hi.uM (:; r ,: !... RFC K LEX'S A R.N lb' A .-ALVE. h,.- Ie;. b. i The be-t -ale in t.he w-.rM br iir., c-i.m', ! - I -re c .tt; Rrtii.-es. Sore-. I leer-. ,i,: Pheuni. i. It:.- 4-: ! It Sore-. Tetter. 'ba."l Haiid-, T;. .1 H panlla, and thb- meaieene in.- uone ; JIfJll i,, Krun-i Aet-f 1-:,, 1 a .i i.ot r i.om ovor ' nur.i t h",: - V ::. ir. i leW mo. or ,.auy U ur:i 1 1 - attorney , . ii jen. v. , . i i i . ....... . ... . pay require, n e- fiuuinTOi ii thHt it H enlrcei. Ierfect satisfaction (r money reiunce-l.i Price 2") cents per box. For sale by j E. T. WHITEHEAD & CO. -3 m triel parilla myself and regard it as an excel lent blood purifier." M. E. Mann. Hood's Pills cure biliousnets, indigestion. The '. C. LuiiiImt ( o. TUlcry, X. '