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   Phoenix, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1895, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                i HLY ONE DOLLAR YEAR. NIX. FOR THK IXTEUK5TS OF fASH AND EDOECO.HBK COUNTIES. ROCKY MOUNT, N, FEBRUARY; I4TH. 1895 c i 45. I'llE FIDELITY MUTUAL 11FJ8 IXStJKAXCE ASSOCIATION Of PHILADELPHIA IS''A, FIESTA CLASS IJS TflVsT (JOMl'ANY, WlilTK TO. Oil. OALL AT, TIIK THE PHOKXIX. What is Castbria Is. Dr. Samuel Pitcher's for Infants and Children. -It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by BHlHoiis of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays fcverlsuness. prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea, and Colic, Castoria relieves tccthln? trotiblcs, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach bowels, givinir hcaltUy and natural sleep. Cas- torii Is tho Children's Panaccu-tho Mother's Friend. THE EARLY OWL. livM In H f I Imrrny! for nonit ur Mil ttieoul, "what ft i it-mi! iilMlmtk It np if It weren't wi tntf. S.trly t to :unl to Ami iintl n n. mini aew >u-jIit. but At !.i-t In And liv Hy lln- -i !o "f hi-< np-i- j'lit- U.-i- jilain wnnu iu tho tnU'cht i.itr lie tare tlic s iiMuvniii. iio KU oa hS In irw: Highcat of aU in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report Tobacco ABSOLUTELY PURE s-_ Tho GrovnO. _ _ Milk Garden of Pnnkfort. re- I I l-i K l< I I X rod for the children of that aristo- U 1U Li LJ lotal o Slippers o! Oysters, Fruits i Prolate. Castoria. Ja as cswllcnt nwdldiw for dica. X.-l hare repcswdly told uw i" rood tCMi upco tbtir cW'Jrea." Di C. C. OKJOOD, Cutorta U tho remedy for of I liopa ilay not far ilsUot wilt coaMei tbc real luterertoC chnrcblLlrea. and ms Castoria la- of nostrums whlditw tilrfr ra to Castoria. cll twlapteJ to cblMrr xthat I rccouimwid it a (uperlorlo Ill So. Oxford St., S. T. "Our In His depart- ment' ipoirn hishlr of expert- rno6 In their ouuMo practice arJ WO only onwo? our meJicJ wjjifJteJ irtm known ai regular yet we are f roo to tlat merits of CKorii woa vs to look with ramr upon It." L'MTUJ lIosnTAt. ASS JJostoa, MMS. Aitts C, Sumi, Ark. Company, TI Mniray Street, Now York City. FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Rents Collected. Agent for Remington Standard Typewriter and all Typewriter sup plies, als.o Victor Bi- cycles. Office noxt to Dauglitridge Rob- bins. iik'tj.in fln lie wirlv TIMELY SUGGESTIONS. At a rrct'lit meeting or farmers eld nt Abbeville, S. C., sonid very muiy ami sensible resolutions ero adopted. Tim resolutions set 01 tli the tint the t'x anciiil depression is g industries of tlm country nnd the As n ciiu'ti.v tliu Abbi'villu fariniTS re- oi mm'ml fil tli.it the ncreage of ;ttnii In- reduced, nnd the ncrc.ico from be increased. The ions nlrio n'commendcil that moiv Mention devoted to the proitac ion of MirKluun, potatoes, pi-as. inn3, other food' crops. There re similar in fax'or of otlon und tlio production .f n.c.it HIM! other supplies. The xcit.-sivu nsu of is  u (be aciiuii ol AbiicyHltf fa. urioers, "lo incrcaso our crirti out nit thin This is lliu to make our .sec I lull jndepend- lit mid coiitfortable. We do nut know what the liitiiro has fu or us. Cotton may g-> lo 4 esiils ir lower, but if we proniice our until? supplies und cotton urphis crop, we c.in' live at holm nnd tide tlicsu iiaru times uu il tliui-e is a for the but axe oll'i-nxl for salo in iho urkct.t Aial-iu, Svria uutl Tlio AfriiMU ibcui traticctty, is in ikelf ono of tho most j democratic o! places. Hero rich peo- plo-who wish to bo rolicveil for a timo o! tbo prescuce of their children, them, accompanied by tboir nurses and here poor people, who can neither nfforil to doroto tbeironn timo to their children nor biro separate nurses tueui, iliay bring tlieir little ones, cer- toiu that from tho gurtlen uiirsos they will receive all tho caro attention aecossarr to safety, health (imuse- incut, i'ritfttenurses oltho rich poo- pic, and public nnrsesoftho workiug. peopio on? subject to a supervision suf- J ticicDt to protect the children of alt, voted lo our lilk. whoso f ruwl jmrity aro experience und honest isnred, as it H ilniuk warm the milil-pjctl cows which occupy ainty stalls on ono cilgo of tho field. We me well known as a Grm wbo work PRACTICAL TIN, COPPER AHD SHEET IROH WCRKEK.- DeaU-r In Tin Ware, Ooh ami Hi-Hiiiif-: COO I TOVES REPAIRED :wt for uay n.cdc_ also in Stock Siiwi Tin, Zinc, Iron auJ Vail, j Tin HUV PAWTBD with nyXUBBEts ROOF PA1S7 a( lov: figure. I fcive my personal an.1 sprtra! attention to ROOFIXQ aud UUTIXRIXG i.r you tho iitu tlie t thcv f.ill their bunio-t and aro ro.isttsil; then tli dnvwx Ihom forth, an pv. Homo Europeans Jo no faiicv HiVir nntliko tl.tvor, e-pocially a! while others tind tUum quite La.ly Anno Blunt tells of ruling .a p.trt of Northern Arabi. Whero a nw.irtti of locu-U hud tfd. leaving their do-ul s Iwhiud thvm. Tho Cdftiols at ___e u n-lNhing morsel with thoi pt-ovcndcr, and her grevhounds tltom all day, ftituij; a m.in; of theiii. SUo R.ITS iliey v-iTcroyulirl nscd in camp as n part of tho djt1 ration, and thought a vory fair siib-ti tuto for their flavor luwHiit liko that uf whoat mill iu thu milk. After tryius tho ilifforon of cooking, all tho Emopcati njn.v.1 Uiat they boilo-1. Wiioo thuj tht, crtMt-irc' daintily by pnlle ofT their long dippod them iu wit and "ntu them with relish." Lwly Aune. uhoj fljn first llwm. ihoin terlr but soon to ruundiT ll.L-m iiiost txwt- lout nrtiuloof During In Araltia tunny of tlw wore wholly dependent tipou locusts uud camel's 111 i it for their food. liiMroti iiis.v Inf loft iu care of tho gar- en fur the entire iliiy, or for any por- >u of just M tho ptircnU may of tho Ranlen nchiilcs cliildrt'ti vboso hiro its tlio yu-r. ibcy ntight rett f tnd wi _____tl'iotbciiter .'orascusou vho t-onieoa wrtaimliiys iu eru-h week their mothers work nwuy from loiiie, uud still othorfl whoso mothers with onr many facilities Itnve woi: for un the confidence of our pMronx. Qiiotitions iind intomiaTMii ol clifcrHillv given on nujiH Place your orders with UK nill j-uaruntct.' cutircsatis i a rctpito Uj IwiVius them lierc while tlu-y to market or tako wit It the futhor. :uv Very and so l they aro lightest for the The gftnlun U niliiiiinsteraJ lint it ii a wK-H'.ippiirliuK Imsiness on- iri-M an.l K tlw nteaui of much .ritv u certain mimltor chiidrou oujoy price, mi ilii-vi; of itn Nmuty nrt ot mid thiTi'fttre the demo- instihitiw is not Tlu> ulilk KNtAm is iwt n nninitr Itixitn-. tmt to Niiil uf t'lio varTiiiK ai.J tlio vo.ir. ITurlo I'd in tnil'blo, snnti, :iJi. wife slw MV slid doim h'rt a Uvnr, e HlO illldtt Ctwjtl U-en inwtiii' np ti> JUT, srfi. cf 1 j.-1'li a nS 1'u.illk-rsti undo, T maj uvo tin Miit noiuuHhifrtf. Imv vmxi ih> vo.l 't'lllt it Uiu-li; ii.it iittur slui Ii-ab mo, sah, Any tiii IM- stufi BITS lants. lilt) _ Tin1 tlii.ty-llm-o n s v.ero worn v in tlm nei'i IS iur of otir e fy_-t por rnr-hy the An Jt'Nirii Thro- "I tiir JiM (our pn Uiiitr-1 iiii'.rri.-d Tim lipt iKHik Muivi.lrp a New UV-si Tlic bbioil :tt u of itUiut two! iiii.id. Tlicw arr to Iw ahniil two thnn- .vul viiriutiiw of flpivlcft raised in thU ..untry. of the pl.inet N'op. i- wli'ii.tty.1 to lw 90'J dcijivci bj- A .-I.i'rry tivt> fit K'liii. N- G, o twcutv o.io fcvt iu t-irciiiu- ODELL BROS.. MIL 0 11 Xmeox ST., SOR- ror.K, WANTED. III oidcr to nitroiltirc onr w< und PI-CHIT ngents '.'vcrywhere, will dye ;t coat, vest or M.ints fo one iu the United Stiites frt- In sending Konds hy return ptnil please send fur return post HARHrSS STEAM DYE WORKS, ua 31( i lilount Street, Rnlfich. N. (J 75. Flues. work (loue in mj Hue call or KOCKY MOiJKT, il-C- r t C'niion n-jne.lnct Xow fciui lump for our OUUfne-A wort of Art. Monarch Cycle Company What tol 1 mo that you wero coin-; to last weet." will yumis Hephnrn to hi-, chin.i. .M'Cno. is they vera playingaKaiuoof Iiiiliarii at club tho other evening. you -Oh. yc-t." rejdied tl.o other, us ho :eNnivlf to chalk cue, -said hi< friend, i "anvtl.iag o-'.t.of tho way h.ippea W JI-C'sc.- '-l Firit-niunx r.nd movln.7, tha In .n-Iul l...-...-okMiHT tllf.lt ilH ".v-rilo to tlio f'.ir. b Klruugot siullM llu: U-M. "iil J.akf etc., uiiil !hlo auil over clir.irs, nmi'h a' oftliFMli. Si ou.l tbis i- 5f. Thai tilt i.l until tlicjf ;tn.: iffy m tlic i< "II "1110 Kir. 1 .Ji-.v; ti..- iil from tlio .1 I'iKi.rts !i.ivo a ninvi.I, .1-N- rco.. tliosi- to tilt liiiily, liinionali n rices. fiire us a trial ami bo convinaed. vAPL LEY RAILWAY., CONDEHSED SCHEDULE- JU3TOPKXKD JIT OVSTKK SAI.OCV von vvJI IHJ serveil at al boam. day or ulslH, solicited. Your Chnrlio Jltittbcwu. OYSTERS HUBBARD CO. Oyster Planters anc LIN-B OF CIOAKS. OodlB delivered nnjwbcre in tlit City free of charge. W. H, WORSLY BRO'S. ROCKY MOUNT. N. C. EAGLE SALOON, WEST RAILROAD STREET. KOGKY MOUNT, N. of a fliaiiwho- h.iit liU tliat tho thief m tbo queriti.1 ;t .vl.lo.1 to tin- ev.'n ill tl.o fini.1 will nit. Straight. 900. roc. I I HMf.r- no. flml -..I't I I liot to T i.tfO-ritt- Pure Old Monti- cello and Stuart Whiskies, 'Pure Nash Brandy, Lanier's Corn Whiskey, Wines, Beers, Tobacco and Cigars. C, G. PROCTOR 1 3oo 1H C. .X. NORTH BOUND CONTTK 5T nJ >t win I to. "UN II Tnm all R K- tor Xorlh and fiOVTK CONXECTlOrS. Train No. 1 ai VaDntOevtwIlh ihr i Wrinrru R R for KMnokr ami all Mirth ENO a Bit It Ur-fUkbOTO vuu tu Jt u R KOHR South Boaad, at Sanford vCh botrd Atr Live tor alt NoiUt atid rtoath. mik Ittr aad Train t Wision with the Seaboard Atf I.'nu lor liiiloUr, AtUnta la-i a'.l M-Vjh. ,CO., FOB SALE. Call oa O. W. SmUli, the Old Reliable tbc by Wn'.lace fur tw rtrj 'wsibatgmnii in eTtrjibiHf.'" vny oC merciiandlH.' OKO. W. IT -'f'j -.AV-- i. v v   

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