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TT CT1 A IT 1 i j 1 "I i ADVERTISING IS TO BUSINESS -WHAT STEAM IS Machinery, Commonw: -o- SUBSCRIPTION ficiv-c . EXCELSIOR" IS OUR MOTTO. : i it hii.i.iaku. Eaiigi auu rivF&vk y THAT GRK I PBOPEUMa POWEK. yOL. "TT. SCW SCliCS VOl. 1. THAT CLASS OF READERS THAT YOU Wish your Advertisement TO REACH is the class who read this paper. THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS. I Points and Paragraph of Things Present, Past and Future. SCOTLAND NECK, N. C. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1896. z . 3 ti I dtti AMn pni.TTir.s. wHttn for th commohwulth. p naraon usea wwu. lumn an A v - - A LETTER FROM CHUN A.i i A " JX. UUA x TSfntinnal Recorder. NO. 43 IF YOU ARE HUSTLER YOU WIIX ADVERTISE YOUR Business. Send Your Advertisement in Now. WONDERS IN ECONOMY. Nankin, China. PROFESSIONAL. mi. w. o. Mcdowell, U 0 lice North comer New Diamonds and secrets are much alike to a woman they are valueless to her unless she can manage to let some one else know about them. In- want of taste and Hotel, Main asmucu o When were locks first used? Tb I earliest obtainable information points to the time of the Pharaohs ; for in stance at Karnak, the visitor is shown LET PREACEERS HAVE THEIR SAT. But Let Them Say Right. The Davis Warehouse, VI. Street, Scotland Neck, N. C. A it his office when noi " lwsva - i professionally engaged eisewneie D R. A. C. LIVERMON, a the sculptured representation of alockJ, York Journal. which ia almost exactly like one kind T . . nTW,ront that the clerey, so v X V AO M V X A - Now I wiil tell you how the Chinese q uged -n Egypt at the pre8ent many of wnom have taken a hand in live when at home and the economy But that is a very vague answer campaign, have added much there- they use. Nankin was tne iormer cap- fae tan. Homer tells us that . total ol gweetness and ital of China and is a walled city. , brass key to open her Thmil,h ;t i3 theif mission to sense of propriety to wear rings on the Some 0I our American people think wardrobe. He adds that it was very I romote peace on earth and goodwill rmtaide of the glove, the latest fad of they know how to economize, but they crooked and had an iyory handle. A amonC men, the brethren usually have " I ? -i 'I hOv I , v A 1 IX ... ,iiTT,nnds is to sew the dia- don't know anytmng auuu. - Greek writer who lived lif ine last na ,v to ulter themselves on political LI,. ttm th back of the glove . trip to rau ana earn twemh ,xpl tnt tQ up 8trife wh - ... something oi tne science 8UCh keys were very ancient, aunougo iq strfe waa forej and to QOubie tne simply to show tne presence The expen9e o ilvmg is reaucea 10 gtU1 Men in constintinople and ardor of gtrife where strlfe already is. Some one remarks that n wouia w loweat nere and the Chinese m"""8 elsewhere. The reasons for this are obvious enough iust as sensible to trim a skirt with would have grown fat on wnat me These keys are similar for drawing The Journal wouid not for an instant thousand dollar bills. thrtfty Americans waste. back the bolt or bar which ran into upfaold the narrow doctrine that a cler- lb e ROCKY KIOUWT, W, C. T desire to say to the Tobacco Growers OmcE-Over J. 8. Bowers & Co's store. Oilice hours from 9 to 1 o'clock ; 2 to i o'clock, p. m. SCOTLAND NECK, N. C. D AVID BELL, ; Attorney at Law. ENFIELD, N. C. uira tft BV W LUC iwn-vvr . i-. w-rrm The food for a poor man in China &CTQga the door 0, ,or puning nQ . hfc tQ gpeak hia mind j am prepared than ever to very " K,H i JJ-J ts him no more than two cents a . which locked tne boU. K -tlwn on the 188Ue8 of the day, I PRICES for your Jobbacco. vye n"."' hnaneg.m t do not , day, and at H a month a man will sup- examine the mechanisai of the ear- does contend that the shepherd 7??.? Mount is the market and the Dayis 'Warehouse rOU8"8UCVU " ; Jporta family and lay away money m Uer locks we find that n m itself suf- wbQ cn008es the pulpit as the i the most unique fad we . j a fat jony looking ficient t0 secure the bolt without the wherein air his private opinions as 'nrxrr- a-trIAL AND I WILL PLEASE YOU. iS-PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL SHIPMENTS. Your Friend, Buckner Davis. Every eeason ous fads and enrolls its devotees in or der : but about have seen this season is the campaign chinaman Cne day, who told me he had aid o a key to move sonething; in to thing8 pertaining strictly to this button fad. We doubt if ever the a wife and five children and his income otner words the locking f as done au- world ia gunty of presumption that de . . . a j onffloipnh for all his wants, and he 5n,. t,o Vav heinereauired on- v.v "omsaAVU . . trfifllnrsineoldamontb . n nnMing. Ro- T snirit t r w.nTr Hoaicns I uuiy onuvuv.w w i iv iui uio k"" - i in uidticis v ,.i i (Tii murium vyx j . - . ii,.-iAaA mnn- i - . . l'o" as American thi season. All sorts and sizes are 910 th e ana o ch .g tQ ?4 in Chinese mon- locks uke the Egyptian, requir- possesses a practical monopoly enterprise has sent out carpenter and hIs wife earns a partial sliding of the key; they of authority, and being specially corn- one dollar more by washing and sewing. were hoWever, more intricate. The l iggioned to diSClose the designs and LOTION AL DEMOCRATIC TICSET. r tt -151 a i I r n Iflir rn 1 i I l - .11 tt,0 flirts oi .rum- t... n rf twm e irom me tk. nat ia oniv nve ceu ""J ,Hinh h ki the tons were ywj ,.t nMr t.hpv are comraoniy T..-..-.f-'.'f ill aii n - . l wool i-'v aii r -i i .... T I i.. i UtSSiics ui -vj j j . . . .inrt in IUC " 1 .. . I HTnthnHlot. MOHTIl- I . . : U-.-nm I . . . . I. ... ii ms afnnnl-hov and street urcuiu, wjo jj uocur" uww6BM,vl" nsieneu iu " - . . aAwahm n-i iit k i m iv r r- hI adjoining counties ana i u r:i ....a J Courts. ' Gh gapi-eme and le, e ai XJed In all parts of the State. ou3 and gay valiant to the grave and tal here. 86me round-others square, xce Ky timea causes the vain among tnem xo gaumi, tv vj fc . i,Swwi frr from Slz I . ... A i oiwlA . . i .;n, tkoii. nffifinl A iarmer maj had to ne mrueu a i"-lJ -cx T-'v r confuse tneir personal mui w A. DUNN. ATT0EXEY-A MA TT. Scotland Neck, N. C. Alices wherever his services are I required. sedate gray-haired patnarcn. provided he has h.s rice L -nrfi it reached the pins. Fadiocks l . t, Thua are these brethren and his tobacco for the year, it costs . int0 use , ,v SfKnwsr, wer- f thi k that there is due them At last Prof. Cole of Chicago thinks about $5 a year to furnish a Chinese chandi8e to be carried from on& place I g t reverence when they hold to another and it is rt.- mentioning fa QQ olitics hS when they expound I A Z I - . t T FOK rBESIDKXT: WILLIAM: JENNINGS PRY AN, OF NEBRASKA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. R. W. J. WARD, Surgeon Dentist, Enfield, N. C. Office over Harrison's Druf Store. E DWARD L. TRAVIS, Attorney and Counselor at Xaw, HALIFAX, N. C. i T..-..1.1 Trunin. Money Loaned on. jtu,,.v -i j tho -m-riiAm of navicat-1 lahorfir's wardrobe, nenassoiveu r - .-r- oi of this I The majority ui ij"i"- ing the air. , , rou tA and clothed. Hi3 model stood ttoM. so r-ant! and fully that money nas uetm - believe) far happier mau build a monster air-ship. Hot air will the average American laborer. They make the liftning force and wings as geem to enjoy lile and they are far bird's will do the propelling. n d around j J I Ol B"""" , , Whether Prof. Cole has succeeded or ashore. I find much in not the next generation will see transit them t0 admire, and I wonder every gj-rations that would make an eigh- day at their wonaenui uu u teenth century man's head swim. my. . f them Near. X Will iv all the fires m unina are that we can see at J lie present tlme tne Gospel of Christ. And when this in some of the count, lea of the tar Jaet, . eng not devotion, but anger waxes M. A. padlocks made on the exct principle of those employed in atcient Rome. It was sometime afterward ere the pro jections called "wards" weie invented. This was a distinct improvement, as it prevented unlocking by aay but the right key . s "Various ornamental disims are ob served on mediaeval Germm lock cases, while in the seventeenth century we have the letter lock so caifed because in order to open it, certain letters on a se- hot in the pews. There are few classes of men so little oualified os the clergy to pronounce profitable judgment on issues max, nave to do with purely earthly anairs politics. Habituated to immunity from contradiction while they discourse on religion, and generally spared from criticism because of their sacred char acter, there is a proneness among them to dogmatism of tone that is sometimes exasperating, sometimes amusing ries of exterior rings had to be arrang-1 dinarily men of the woria Or- H OWARD ALSTON, Attorney-at-Law, HALIFAX, N. C SCOTLAND NECK STEA31 DYE WORKS MOURNING GOODS A bPECIALTY Get price list. Address TT.vn Neck Steam Dyeing Co. Xeck N. C "2,-l-l.V iJWHU"- BRICK Manv things are probable and most , e wisp of dry grass ' vnrdor combination to which 0 frnm the pulpit their theologj", Kcra r becoming possible as we . . and There are more than Lsondinc rings inside the lock had , evftn their theoretical system of draw near the close of the nineteenth two thousand Chinese who do nothing been get and 80nie elaborate designs in nal morality, but they do not with 'nturv. Even the laws of nature are else but reap the reeds and grass which key8 which are quite m keepmg with receive instruction from the ' ' , , ftorj1av enternrise grow along the banics oi a revival of art. Kegnier, a xreuu her how to uo ox, set at defiance by latter-day enterprise, g fche clUe8 aftnnired considerable PL . nn ihfi tariff, the finances, or . . - vi i t,,.0 tw1 iviaiife " , eiiKiiicci, " " i guaii yuw - , , . It has become fashionable to hae red They for c0okmg pur. tion toward the close of the last qq any thlng else ; for in the domain of hair, and a waggish writer says raven g chinamen do not keep warm centurV) produced some very ingen- world,8 concerns the man of the , i a oV,rn trfiBsfts now undergo . firo Tn the winter they pad their . . to wn which outside , , flatterB himself not unjustly that lOCKH Mii "J , mu u I ' . I ji jIaa! moio the ma-ic changed becoming blonde ciothes with cotton or wooi. xxic knobg, etc, had to be turnea u, - fae ought to know a gou tne ma0iv & 1 . and inthe . m, : .i , tVio 1v-l . . ui nonmn. i til0 aatifaction oi l water use i tain maiw. i i tnaii 1S . ringlets, much to the satisiacuon w water ir,MrifinT1 0f Barrem K,hm who insrlt on be 1 I aar V lUUllUUI, - I RT infK WIS KVKJ ii w.v 1 rillL LUO ui-w the brains beneath them, iven - ' You can get a bucket of boil- . m a ji a-. I owvavw i m a. witching dimples are manuiactureu w or one caah) wnlcn 13 one- . .. I m. s V.-f wo for order, and those ot the -upper uru tenth of a cent. mere , nv one but them-1 atnrA. In Shanghai, or any largo j, oi rice s ,w.- . - This is an aee oi ugly. Good Hoads Indesd, 1 T ' V 1 11 . warmed by pouring hot water over it. therefor0 it occons less sur- pit the whole circle of human ivftral schoolmasters to their -!i.hin mead that when moral Lotions are brought into politics it is their duty to cry aloud and spare not This is seductive rw""&. brings within the purview oi vn Pu. State DcmocraticI.Tickct. For Governor : CYRUS B. WATSON, of Forsythe. For Lieutenant Governor ; THOS. W. MASON, of Northampton. For Secretary : CHAS. M. COOKE, of Franklin. ' For Auditor : R. M. rVJRMAN, of Buncomne. For Treasurer : B. F. AYCOCK, of Wayne. Supt. Public Instruction : J. C. SCARBOROUGH, of Johnston. For Attorney-General : F. I. OSBORNE, of Mecklenburg. For Supreme Court Judges : A. C. AVERY, ot Burke, G. H. BROWN, of Beaufort. FOR CONGRESS SECOND DISTRICT : FRED. A. WOODARD, OF WILSON. County Democratic Ticket. 1 Enclifh Spavin Liniment removes 1 all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and and Clcmishcsf from horses. Hiood Spavin Surbs, Splint. Sweeney. Ring worm' tie?, Sprain", arK Swollvn Through, Coughs, Etc. Save T.O by use of one bottle. Warranted (be most wonnrful Rlomism Cure ever Fold bo E. T. Wliifflion'l t Co., Druggists, Scotland Nec 10 1 Iv. I- V c H VYING INCREASED MY FACIL-1 and an exchange says that a certai n JSoSd tabto.inand nA1 . . , t,w1 more than ia?y.Y. i, The bones of Baptist mmisier seii it ior mwus - anfflP. thL hours on WW SZSSSW Z TSS". We do not know whether he was de- J with Mr. Ferguson not long ago, omnino l. i. 4V.o President of the xsanKin fending sanctihcauon oi - XsUv. and he says for a long time ,.wu.wnnld take ome degree oi - - . and never couia sanctificationonth. part o. the .." "XITS rtl listener to be patient nn- cure ... , tl)e ra. i,n sermon preached by 7Qrg in china are made out of old worn tier a mi - i nnv ordinary man. There , I Uviw vj i r .l. . i n nnMi : sneakers ougnt ?od to all narts oi iub 11 tmnjjs, a r- aic - t Mnthin? stores to remember that there is a time to oyer and over stop. again until they ff rrr Chine shoe . -i a u i n iii Am. xvv&. two lacts aooui 1TIES I AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH DOUBLE QUANTITY OF BRICK. rjfiTAlso will take contract to .-f.ah iota Irom oU.uuu TL i. within or more anucic 50 miles of Scotiana ecu J rOQI.tl 11 rn 1 1 LH I .... I . . AnrtAir III IIUIIVIVOI . -r There are tea garaeiiB than formerly to note that a com- Wbat question uu - Caatif!LAUDE KITCH.1JN . WH r . - i ra 1 . . . mnrnl slflO W It: iu ruruio"v" - -r, tt qosis oi uui i mat nas " l j T I (nim nnllRT. tOO ', 7evenve.he..rthU!m st.nd.nl, TICiail V uiDUMww-. - , v.-w vAhfl 1 charge of the road inqu.ry omce or u,e wMeh, -.W rich : I ior wits .,.. u miat-l " . ...nonSBluau"""V " 1- . ., :9 The "sanctiheauon w all over China and you gnrnj il" metamorphosis of our turn-pike that has not a moral siae lu I w. H. THORNE, DR . ..xtianf atAJ . - 11 ir ! nt.Illnir IS 1 r - . j T I t m nn 1IV. UW.tuo lUf l""'u, ;n.-.-irri some coniiiiu""a ffla or a smaii . . 1 . s u..o- annnnsiv ana auu ui- ,OPiff nas out K'B"r " iv Uioiuiuvv i tiivu." - 4i,-I1IO,rt.har, SVSiem w u"i6 " - I utt ' FOR OVER FT FT Y YEA US AnOt.dand Wet.t-Tkikd TiraKPV Mrs. Wiii'-low's S.ioll.iiig Syrnp has been used for over f ft y years by tnil lions of motlierf for llieir children while teething, witli erfect succens. It soothes the child, softens the gumH, allavs all iain cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug oiofa in everv part of the World. Twenty five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sure and aK ior Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. (R) 9 2G ly WNTED A gentleman o! stand ing to represent Combined Contract comprising two 01 tne iart .... la ment and life insurance companies in America. Address Thos. A. 1M, ham p lin, Sup't. First Floor (Rooms 12 to 15) McGill Building, Washington, V. C. i-iliLlEF IN SIX HOURS. Distressing Kidnev and Bladder dis- a i..ik. Viv fh "New eases relieves mw j - Great South American kidney mv" This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding i .i rriiAvincr naiii in the bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinary passages in male or ie- male. It relieves re'eni.on ui and pain in passing 'i wmoHi u.u. ately. -Hyou wnnt quick relief and cure this is your remedy. Sold by E. T. Whitehead and Co., .... v turnish what , fV.rrespond- ence and orders solicited. MO-03-ly i. A. IffiADDR'Sff Scotland Neck, N. C MEXTIOK THIS PArEK. AAC EVANS, GENERAL CARPENTER and Scrol A snecialty ui x,a department of agriculture at Washing- the poor tcm ma recent mici i iuo - , . . u SWief that the ulUmate solutron of cate8 believe, u!d rob the ch for good roads problem for the grea - lh0 o. - oughfares will be steel tract mgnwa, . who nM to w -- - r"'" ,nd whit. H. Johmton. He'advocates laying double tracks o, in any hmg tha afl RW.H ' a . : .- whifih. cold advo- recent interview anuuuuu the d0uDie eia""i ' - . ie ultimate solution of cate8 believe, v em for the great thor- the benefit ot th e steel track highways. who wi8hes to 1miV1a tracks of mn-rala in an r. ith 12-foot road- L,.vm in billiards, baseoau, m nat rails on oii"&v..o, iia , x. w turnout. The L: f r,filiCemen's clubs, or the uni- way on eat" i aio " i thft rail should . be shallow tnrms cf street sweepers. " - . . , . .. l.tU A k flat bottom and the eages ls no 60unci objection w .ivi inst enough to give a gentle . . t havinK it3 say..about political is- .- n tbft wheels. This would l. u the manner of its saying tif aIim to turn on and off the ... ns rule, is offensive. If the nib without difficulty. He beleives brethren w0llM but bear m mind that that such roads would effect a saving en th step outside tne neiu ot rn the I Fnr Tt A. PATTEKSOJN. T?n, swiff C W. DUNN. For Register of Deeds J. FRANK BRINKLKY, For Treasurer-B. F. TILLERY. . . V I I.I 121 U " 1 Y . 1 . i n? h1n I il . 1 ..i nil r r r 11- Thfire are two iacis - ov made ot tnese rag, fn Sn ner cent, m me im, thev sneak who no muio " ..i t Via t ntnke us as I , haon washed and driea ana me" , cal campaign mi 3 u'lv,D " ""l rther until they reach I pense oi naming au" ,. . ltytnan ti- , ..iiin. unusual, viz; the ac- laid upon eeb otherj P - and tear of vehicles. . d lhat their word, ur . .nters of the wuonM think r-:rtnfl .eneral use ot horseless car- ' o tne weight which the ivity ot women . -7 u H ------ . nuda ' luui. teel roads would r the sneaker earn them, o common thing to see tnem ' I A nages wu" x t ur. ana cdhi 1 r mnr. . f . 1 e en u neu brains tlY gospel, -1- .,11 Vinfls wo" " ' guaranteed. ana evei j f 7 ly Scotland Work done cheap B. C. CAELISLE, CaMnet ffier ai the portraits of fair women in the great I of silk or cloth. ... promote, the saving mignt oe even d b end ol that arrogance, is patcnea - fi . t o such roaas win r u w?ll pfffic.t a that, assumpuu" - 1 Jl. fho noor is natcnea . nnat Tne ClUtu"6 r . opr. 1DB mo" . . .. .,.,ratini ... th tatement that and repatched. There are De considerable, out tney f"--rr"":5m hich causes men of mnrnais auu ica - 1 ,v, dn nomine uut . . in ronairs. so iniu iu wuv, rlnvlt.v m uuu." . . j nnhin(r nut natcn. I uc . - ?,.o on thnt m time in tw. issue of I women the treets KrealS!l.uu" . T ; , , nnimected r s lliio v rUPnTUREOFALI KINDS. Unholsteringenlral Repairing. A FULL LINWoJmIALLIC AI, NUT AND rOPLA Jt CASKETS. they are active on the campaign. Sometimes the good and saintly wo men of the country have had a say about prohibition; but this time the women seem to have more to say on the money question than anything else. rriio nhvsicians of Pitt county have r .... , , latAd and nublishea resuiuw, in tham. that they signing ineir uu ' wm Black List persons who are able to ond will not do it. They say "hey will attend calls for the worthy noor who are unable to pay them, but will not attend calls for peons t. a nt make satisfactory arrange- LIVJ . x. U.r menU about what they owe ine iiiau flector prints the physicians as those signing it. There is no class of proiessioua. .th who ought to be paid more promptly than the faithful physicians women 445 nrh0atrPfit8 f5realoa""n ...:ii TiePtfirt - . i nf tl.A p.hurcheS. to You can see tnemBitw"6 ll urarge cities Vm u,. sense, manu il thp hot sun sewing away day after , psft sfeel high ways, which will be pvebrows in wonder at such " , x m hnnoA to hOUSe WJ I - i,;lo Una fthflatien- """ " . . 1 Aa in I xney Bu - crowded wim r"V"J ,n l-,. and to shake me.r et at impertinence so audacious- day 1 com-1 a? ' for a few cash a paten. r" Y" Mt.t,fl,lon and facilitating in- egotism, uu o ... . proPverv . . j,h.Jt n r in l tr I rvA1tV " .i anrl -tn. . 7 a rtf nrnhabilltv. H tne ingcuuiuUOr maimer it mith rno i"riM.K.ri v i f - . ui nor ci a t 11 1 1- 1 ..ayh It is the same way - - tercommunicauou. of relfe- menders. ou can see mendation of A and so in ur . - -; - nv where in tne , enerev no one win asswi i" . wniCh shouia ue fuJiSr that is cut from the head and energy t iganHc a tra HlM" the success of any "rl nmit.iim dealers for male- i'l"&-r . , aihl or even witb- .T Condensed Testimony. t.- Tt Wnr. hroKer and JManufac- iiao. w , certifies Hirers Ageni, v,wuu.mu, - S.C"l"n;r of beggars are sup- ow -vr d- ide that iron roads ported every winter uy 6 ' are tne best tney win uq hut as soon as spring comes this ap- . - iriaUon is dropped and they have ma You Ever. - . 1 T.n nan 1 nere is -" 1 1 1,1 1 rem xi. . 1 . to do tne Dest tUCJr w-. - . , N Dlsc0very nas nu country m the world that 3 a8 many remed for that yt. J?b remedv. J.D.Brown - rv.;na 'i hRV msiK. " a irv wcviu"- . eauaias"'""- - ,,r beggars as "; w" began life as VOUr troubles? It not, gei a gt jamea Hotel, jji. profession. Hung-Woo Degan your hef This medicine has "jp be wa3 cured of a wo.1- and became one ot tne great-- now ana get. ,.,n,i oHnnted to Ana-' r . !! . Qr.iin!r. caused est Emperors China ever had JEWELRY -AND SILVERWARE!!! WATCHES AND CLOCKS PUT IN PERFECT REPAIR. We have engaged the services of Mr. J. D. Perry, from the Chicago Watch Ma kers' Institute, where he took a thorough course, and is prepared to do ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING And Engraving. His office is at our show window in front. All work is guaranteed. CT-GIVE HIM A CALL E. T. WHITEHEAD & CO., a. 9 tf Scotland Neck, N. C. f i "tllSMSfW Designs sent io any ,. i,0m rte:ise Klvo ngc ! s-omc limit as to price. V Vl- T " . - led strictly first-class 3 i ly ndd ro FREE. In age ol de- All work warrant entirely satisfactory. Work Delivered at Any Depot. MENTJOX THIS PAl'KH. S. It ALLEY, PHOTOGRAPHER, Tarboro, K. C. NEW STUDIO In P nocnliarly adapted to " standing, caused mnerors China ever nau. oeen -r -V, o11 Smalts Com- " " Tr: Tii. most of the cities in China tnere the renei ana -i. " in. by La Grippe, ny r. " .nvernment granaries wnere . p.aims, - " . flnd ton8 to covery. JJ. r- " m: v - - .. WIS from VJVrmmf MtMttM prof. w.H.rMta -who OVER JOHN BATTLE'S SHOE STORE. SIDE ENTRANCE. 2Tii2d asylums, but the organs. 2i- ? m?nS memded'it and , inuar, -v.. nolunatic the resolutions passed by tobe caJ well aa the names of ho ho used and recom nover knew it to tall than a aocior Mrs. Hem- Chicaeo, always . T. vvnne r.Liw : ,,n .ml down tne nox wa'Kiug begging ior a living. C. T. Cuebib. I am euarai I and f 1AW at i Drug Store & Co.'s Drug Store. Jl UDDiullB i4hv Phnieliat his HbfflSi La-WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE 3- WlJSSm t. MY FRIENDS AMD PAT- RONS CALL AND SEE MK. Reasonable Prices A1SD All Work Guaranteed First-class. 6 27tf abo C'ap Coffin of AU Size,. rraWTlORO.N.C of the country.