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, OCNU1ME If
anu WIIIIlltirL are A Fact
by the use of poor smoking tobacco.
The one tobacco that has held its
own through all the changes of
time and against all competitors is
Blackwell's Bull Durham Smoking
Because it's alwavs pure, alwavs Unchanging
A Great Record
the same, always the best. Such a
record tells more than pages of
"talk.' It's just as good to-day
as ever and it is the tobacco for you.
If you smoke, you should smoke
f inai is an we osk.
DURHAM, N. C.
Is .q Weekly
ligl cid special
eifisiqg lqeeliqiii o qll lo
EatesOn -.lica-tL on..
A. B. KNOTT
601 Cor Fifth
Everything to Furnish Four House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Having purchased the J. V. Weckbach store room on south
Main street where I am now. located can sell goods cheap
er than the cheapest haying just put u the largest stock
of new goods erer brought to. the. city.. Gasoline stores
amd furniture tf all kinds sold oa the installment pla.
THE' POSITIVE CURE.
qliie qs qq qd-
A SAG Elf.
and Vine St.
F n a 0 tit
a w a amata ii 'ft
ar If po.
No lieultliy pernon need fear any
dangerous coiiHcqueiiceH from an
attack of la grippe if properly
treated. It is much the H.iine .'is a
never; cold and requires precisely
the name treatment. Remain quiet
ly at home and take Chamberlain's
CoiiIi Remedy as directed for a se
vere cold and a prompt and com
plete recov ry is sure to follow.
This remedy also counteracts any
tendency ot la grippe to result in
pneumonia. Anions the many
thousands who have used it during
the epidemics of the past two years
we have yet to learn of a single
caso that has not recovered or that
has resulted in pneumonia. 2a and
f0 cent bottles for sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
La -rlppe Successlu'ly Treated.
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the rip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. (). Jones, publisher of
the leader, Mexiea Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Courh remedy, and I thin with
considerable success, only beinf in
bed a little over two days, against
ten clays for the first attnek. The
second attack. I ant ratsfud. would
have been equally as bad as the
first but for the use of this remedy,
as I had to jfo to bed in about six
hours after beinir struck wth it,
while in the first case I was able to
atiend to business about two days
before netting down. .r'. cent bot
tles for sale l F. G. Fricke .c Co.
Th population of Pluttsmouih
Is about 10,KK), add we would say
at least neo-half are troubled with
some effect ion on tin throat and
I lilies, as those complaints are, ac
cording to staaisties, more numer
ous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect the
opportunity to call on their drujjf
gfist and tet a bott le of Kemp's H.il
sam for the throat an limits. Trial
size free. IaryfeBoitlt- HOe- and if I.
Sold by all druirjrist.
many women suffer from Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don't confide in anybody but try
Specific for PAINFGL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" mailed free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by all lrtirzlKt.
tho Liuuor Habit, Positively Curer
i AOL"i::!srcni.JG dr. haihes' ooiden z?'
i can be given in a cud of co3ee cr tea. cr i: "-lii-lss
of ood. withou; the knowledge ! tin: im
- .mi taking it; it is absolutely harmless ;ini m-i..
ctTect a permanent and ppeedy cure, v)ietli-i'
the pntientiaa moderate rlritikror an al -choli"
wic k, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE
a coininete cure in evary insriuec. ii Liu.ui
f-'REE, Address in confidence.
V LOEM SPECIFIC CO. . I 6 P.ad St.. Cincinna!L 0
' IYf Iht von
want in make
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I'Kr. iuii ai in ilium in uic ifiii-
9 Jl ness, which, will xive you larjje profits
and nuick salfs. Steady employ
ment Jiiiarantccd. Address
flarsh & Co., WafsV
CLamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes
Tetter, Salt Eheum, Scald Head, OL
Chronic Sore3, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore ITipplea
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of case3 have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes.
SO Li-SG WATER OW MILK.
( ; r a t r r-co m Ft r t i x c.
Labeled 1-2 lb Tins Duly.
i ESI f r-BjNESSBSADROUU
I (S) l J by I'Kk'slDTMibUTabatei
r Bar Cask.
Sa.nafalwhral ImnrdMfsil. Sold by f. RlMZ.otlr , CBCC
833 Brasany, Sew Vark. WriM far baak ( aroota inLU
CImbki and Lnutinc, t::c kair.
PruniiHafl s luxuriant growth.'
Never fails to Bestore Gray
Kair to its Youthful. Color.
Cures aeaip d iruri ft bair taiiiug.
tUr.mnA l.Wtl rrutf:-n
T' Vav7. M-ll X I -I .1 1n -4
rkr, (inimr Tanii. It rum th, v.wl (.Uk-ii.
'N i-sk l.uir. lrbilitv, InliKrMion, Fain. Take Iu time. JvcU.
HINQEKCORNS. The or tut cure fur Comt
-u.w aJ pais. JJc a Xlructiita, ar lilSCXJX t CO., fi. Y.
How Lost ! How Recalned
OoldMsdairHXU MUT cam JIJtyVTOP u4
riXTRICAX, 'P-aaWUTT. ' ' ' KmWOWM -of
MATPaf PICMM, MM aUl VUMW
tcstisiomisltf ; of Am. eutsLv 1 mm 4 vflU w
CoupiuQfw persom or otjmu. .Expert trcu-
mmt. INTIOLABLB SavKICr awi CSaV
7A1N CFIIE. AM-fcs nr. w. H. Psrkaror .
hsnNftbody MsrlsJ Inatltsta, No. 4 feslflncVlgl..
Boston, Msss. .
t The Pas bod j lfsdisal IbsUU kas many
Uiors.bnti bo qssi. i'rTtr !. . )rr? '
I Tli JSisa of Life, or "rlf PrMsrrstipa is
trssMr sasr ssiastlo Vfts old' - Rass . suw.
ttt WBAK a4 KatRVjOVa. ssji. sa4 Uars t
a (TKOJi . K-dicml tttirm. X'sajri j ktssV
GROWN VERY SUCCESJi
IN SOUTH FLORIDA.
Altliouch Introdurrd Only SlxO-rn V ui
Ago, the Stt Coulil Not Now Io Vrrv
M'ell Without Th-in Koine of tli Many
Uaes the Curununt ! I'ut To.
While the cocoannt tree aboumis n: i
South Florida- it is not a not a native ol
While the cocoannt tree abounds ii:
me section nor nas ine miu oh-ii iuiu
vated hero for any great length of ti: ie.
About sixteen vears ago a IJahaina
vess l was wrecked off the co:it, near
Jupiter inlet. Soon afU-r the waves la
gan brinin th caryo ashore, anionic
which wero found a lare numlnT of
XM;oanut. Itt'silents were very few in
this section at that time, but they
gathered together and appropriated
whatever canit to them.
These ecH-oanut.s were considered grej t
prizes and were at once planted. Tin
soil was found to be favorable to the
growth and they thrived wonderf idly.
Thus was introduced the culture of th"
nut upon the soil of the North Aiiieriv.:i
continent. In Dade county, one of the
southernmost counties of the st.r..-.
which has a sea front of 1.10 miles, t'ac.v
are now groves of great beauty contain
ing from, 100 to 5,otio trees.
Cocoanut cub m'-o is very simple. The
ripe nut is plucked from the tree and. in
the outer husk that surrounds it, is p;H
under ground, lightly covered with soli.
The first shoot should make its app fi
ance in one mouth after planting, but ii.
is often two before it comes. When it i
about a foot high it is transplanted to it ;
permanent resting place. If the nut i'
planted as a nursery stock the husk i ;
left on, as the young plant is very lei -der.
and it seems that a growth out i:
the husk has a tendency to make strong
the reedlike joints. If it bo first pla:i'.,j i
where it is to remain the busk is usually
For the first year the plant requires
careful protection from the winds, but
it gradually grows hardy, and at the end
of six years begins bearing. The blooms
make their appearance a dozen or imae
fingers, looking like grains of corn strung
on wire about a foot in length. These
grains are young nuts.
They ripen in a year's time, and there
after until its death the tree is never
without fruit in various stages of ripe
ness, from a tiny lobe the size of a pea
to ripe nuts, and there is not a day in
the year when the riie nuts cannot lie
secured. It has been demonstrated in
other countries that the cocoanut tree
will bear fruit for twenty-live years. To
what age they live has not been ascer
tained. The trees make a most beautiful and
imposing grove, being truly tropical in
their appearance. As they are planted
only about twenty feet apart, they cast
a thick, unvarying shade. They iir ever
green, as is most tropical foliage, and
their graceful aess, with the great height
they attain, makes them a desirable ad
dition to a home in the far south. The
diameter of the tree ranges from one
foot to four, and they attain a height of
12.") feet, having as many as 4C0 nuts ou
them at one time.
The old fashioned method of grating
the nut has been superseded by a ma
chine for grinding, and the residents of
the southern country keep on hand for
their use a fresh supply of homemade
desiccated cocoanut, from which various
toothsome dishes are prepared. The
product is becoming more generally
known by reason of its excellent fiber,
and the "cloth," a strong, fibrous bark,
that grows far above the ground and is
utilized in many ways. If the use of
cocoanut butter ever becomes common
the owner of a grove of thpse trees will
see his fortune ahead. The butter is
made from the oil of the nut, expressed
Even the raw grated nut is an excel
lent substitute for shortening" in bread,
the grated nut in the same quantity
being substituted for lard. The cooking
process seems to destroy entirely the
vegetable taste and apiearance, and bis
cuit made with it are pronounced as
good as real cream biscuit.
Shorn of its cocoanut growth, a tropi
cal country would certainly be less at
tractive in appearance. The long,
feathery leaves that undulate so grace
fully in the breeze which sighs among
them, the "everlasting green" of their
coloring, their tall stateliness and their
symmetry beautify the whole country
where they grow especially the south
Florida country, where they grow in
such profusion. St. Louis Republic.
Pari lias Thousands of Trees.
Statistics show that the parks and
gardens in Paris number not less than
21)9,294 shrubs and 22,008 large trees.
The number of trees which line the
streets is considerably over 100,000.
The quarter of Paris which is most
abundant in trees is that of Passy, just
beyond the Trocadero, and just across
the Seine from what was the site of the
great exiwsition of 1889. Xew York
The Objection to Sterilized Milk.
All methods of sterilization that are
in use in this country have the disad
vantage of giving to the milk the taste
which is peculiar to boiled milk, and
also of rendering it less easily absorbed
by the body. In France and Germany
a method, has ljeeu adopted which ac
complishes the purpose without injuring
the. taste of the milk. Professor H. W.
Conn iu Popular Science Monthly.
Cause of 'Winter's Coldness.
The earth i nearer to the tun in win
ter than in summer, but the cause of
the cold weather of the former season is
the oblique inclination f the sun's rays.
Did the enn shine as directly ou the
earth's surface in January as in Jane
the winter would be the hotter taon.
New York Journal.
To KeuMit a Mult.
To rid one's self of a mole, try to re
move it' by tyiugaround.it white silk
thread. ; It is claimed that the mole will
drop off iu a frw iUt. Good Housekeeping.
"Did it ier occur to you, mihIii v eft I
Point graduate and a national guunl-
lii.-iii tlieotlicr day, "what it mean to le
h jtopular oilieer in the uaiioiial guard;
Something quite different, 1 assure you,
from being a ipuhir o.'iUcr in the regu
lar army. Why? For thin reason: lu
the army, if an ollicer taken euro of his
Uicu, sers that they get their clothing
and pay promptly, looks out lor their in
terests in case they ure bo unfortunate
ioj up iu the guardhouse.
nQ nultter how Btrict a disciplinarian he
may l or how he may make tho men
stand around, he will be popular with
them. But here in the guard the rela
tionship between officer and men is en
tirely changed. The rank and file, who
are men that need no supervision of their
personal affairs, exject their officers to
be 'good fellows' socially.
An officer need not be a strict disci
plinarian to be very popular, but it is
only fair to say that the majority of na
tional guard officers, esjiecially iu some
of our crack commands, have jut as
thorough an understanding of military
requirements as regular army officers.
Lverytl.iiig else being equal, therefore,
the popularity of the men may Ik- com
pared as that of a man among employee
or among his club equals. 1 mention
the.M- facts to show how easily a regular
army oincer could f;iil to succeed in the
guard, and. vice versa, how impossible it
would be r a guard officer, whose easy
going society ways are an essential part
of his siiece.-s in his rank, to make a
name for himself in tho army." Brook
ledijrre f ltiihliiii'i4 'Tour Hundred."
"Lvery chap in Boston has licen run
ning for a pedigree lately," said a good
nattired son of the LmeraM Isle yester
day at the North End mission, "and
some o' them fellers up there on Bacon's
Hill, as have been putting their names
in the Foor Hundred lately, ought to be
ashamed of theirselves for trying to de
save people. Sure, one of them that goes
a strutting about with his eyeglass came
from just the same stock as meself and
has nearly blinded his two eyes looking
for his name iu the lxiok of martyrs.
"His grandfather and mine came over
from the ould country in tho ship Mari
anne about fifty years ago, wid the same
intention of making a homo.
'Begorra, there was no aristocracy on
board the Marianne, for he washed lh
dishes and me grandfather did chores
around the vessel.
"And ye should see them now. Know
me? Faith, if there wasn't imyliody !
in the city to know, they wouldn't
know Tim Doherty.
"It's nothing but the ancient ness i'
their families you hear of these days.
But we'll all be dead some time and
then the families of all of ti will b;
ancient enough to put in the I". mi
Hundred." Boston Herald.
fraud Worth .1lor Titan the Origin. il.
The art frauds that have taken shape
and substance, which renmin to incum
ber the world as false coin ever circulat
ing from baud to hand, are of all times
and periods. The archaeology of fraud
even has become a science: some of the
overt and acknowledged frauds them
selves have attained the status of pre
cious and coveted works, more valuable
in the strange gj'rations in the wheel of
time than the originals they simulated.
Michael Angelo's marble Cupid, for in
stance, which he made in secret, broke
and mutilated, buried in a vineyard, and
dug up again himself, all for the express
"taking in" a certain cardinal, collector
of antique marbles and contemner of
modern art, is a case in jioiiit. If this
particular Cupid could now be identified
it would probably be worth more than
the most leautif nl genuine antique work
of its kind which Italian soil still en
shrouds. Nineteenth Century.
Meat and Water Diet iive Strength.
Sir Francis Head tried the diet of the
Pampas Indians, which consists of the
flesh of mares, for these savages e;it
neither bread, fruit nor vegetables. He
After 1 had been riding three or four
months, and had lived on beef and water.
I found myself in a condition which I can
only describe by saying that I felt that no
exertion could kill me, although I con
stantly arrived so completely exhausted
that I could not speak; yet a few hours'
sleep upon my saddle on the ground al-waj-s
so completely restored me that for
a week I could daily be upon my horse
before sunrise, could ride till two or
three hours after 6unset, and have really
tired ten or twelve horses a day. This
will explain the immense distances which
people in South America are said to ride,
which I am confident could only le done
on beef and water.
To Cut ;Ih with Shears.
A sheet of glass a window pane for
example can be cut as easily as a sheet
of cardboard. The secret consists in
keeping the glass, the shears and the
hands under water during the operation.
The glass can be cut in straight or
curved lines without a break or a crack.
This is because the water deadens the
vibrations of the shears and the glass.
If the least part of the shears comes out
of . the water the vibration will lje
sufficient to mar the success of the
A Candid Keply.
"Now be honest," said tle second
party to a horse deal, as he slipped the
halter on his exchange. "Is the animal
worth carrying home?"
"No." replied the former owner frank
ly, "he; ain't, but he's worth leading
home, if yo're going in that direction."
Kate Field's Washington.
America's Seven Woadors. .
The seven wonders of America are
classed as follows: Niagara fall. Yel
lowstone park. Mammoth cave, the Can
yons and Garden of the Gods, Colorado;
the giant trees, California: the natural
bridge. Virginia, and the Yosemite val-
During the last three months of th
year 1SJ91 over 8.000,000 pounds -of silver
lead ore wert sent into this country from
th atata of Senora, Mexico.
Kilttcr, KjrM, Cliceee, ild (bun-,
Poultry, Meal. Applen, I'oUbrtH
(Irecii mimI Dried l'liiile, 'cj.m inldsw
Cider, ItciiiiH, Wool, IImIcm, Tallow
Sheep IYMh, Fura, Skin.x, Tobacco,
drain. Hour; liny, Hecuwnx, I'eatb
ern, GiiiHing, lirooincorii, mnl llopa.
M. K. Ii A I. I. A I)
;!!. Cem, Men-haul a d Shipper.
217 Market Htrrt - Ml. Iul. Mo.
WANTKD-AKnt, yue nexiiHliited Willi fans'
era and Shipper".
TI3I0TIIY ( LARK.
rds as 4 44 Hoslli 1 bird Htiset
I i.inanori n.
7t K. KKYNOI.DS,
KeiriMereil I'liyrh l;tu ami l'li.irinai l-t
Special attention jiven to Oilier
Rock Hi.ri i-s
9 j. iinjrsjcj
DKdf K IN-
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'atronagr of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Pl;i t tsrnouth
"J1 -v tu net
THE OLD RELIABLE.
h. a. wmn & m
PIMF LUMBER !
Shingles, Lath, Sufh.
)un supply ererv demand of the city.
ndl and get terms. Fourth ptreet
in rear of opera house.
a"T a! M
For Atchinson, St. Joseph, Ieaven
worth, Kansas City, St. Ixui,
and all points nr-eth, east
south or west. Tick
ets sold and bagf
INFORMATION AS TO KATItS
Call at Depot or address
H, C. TOWXSEXII,
G- P. A. St. Ixis,Mo.
T. C. PHrLLIWl,
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
H. D. iPGlk. Afft., Plattsmoutii.
Vtirrliah Srmviri I.inittient remOVCM
all hard soft or calloused lumpnr
and blemishe from horee, tdooA-
Hpavuis , curDK wpiuus. sweeney,
r;nySAiie vtille. tmraiim ii 1 1 Hwui-
len throats, cotijrhei etc.. Sare
cent uv use 01 one Dome, m arrant
ed the mst wonderful blemisli
cure ever known. Sold by K. G.
Fricke. Jk Codrutfiti Plattsmoutii
Sbiloh's catarrh remedy a ioti-
itiTe cure Catarrh. Diphtheria and,
Canker mouth For alr Iy F. Gl
Fricke & Co.
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