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ijli qq.oo Pear Vera
K. H V t PKIt,
KV BKRXK, C KAY EX COUNTY, X. (:., A PHIL 2
The "GLOBE" Cotton Planter
STAN DS A i rilOl T RIVAL.
And is acknowledged the Best in the World.
twenty-nine ccnip t -
toro at the
and bore off the
One Uunrfxed Dollar
for being the best
"- It will sow in drills, drop in hills, distribute fertilizer, sow any kind of
grain. Ton hare only to see it to be conrinced that it is THE BEST Planter
' bow offered for sale, sod anyone doubting this fact, or claiming 'any other
Planter to be equal to the GLOBE, I will hereby challenge any such party
a eotnaeti tire field test anywhere in the vicinity of Newborn, N. C.
, .'V Send for Dluatrated Catalogue and prices, and bay no Cotton Planter until
'." to bare seen the GLOBE.
-' Z - J. C. WHITTY. Newbeni N. C,
.--.r ' Agent for Eastern Xorth Caiolinn.
; SPKCIALTIKS :
T'ijBnckeye' Siding and Walkin? Cultivators.
. 3 Xemp's Manure Spreader,
"VC'Cazdirell's Corn Planters.
,y ;ZV Tennessee Farm Wagons.
DWSTOS, W. C.,
. ... -
$W Spring Goods,
- v, J. i, . CONSISTING OF A SPLENDID LINE OF
- Ladies' Dress Goods,
.'v Gents, Youths and Boys' Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
I-" Triinks, Valises, Etc., Etc.
AT ;New and Full Supply of
f "We beg a generous public to come and ex-
valiui.rmr Krnk" nnH Prices.
SIGN OF "THE CELEBRATED PEARL SHIRT."
i SOUTH FRONT STREET, KEWBERN, N. G.
:'fytiWe are not members of the Board 01
Trade, nor have we ever been, and we are
H carrying the Largest and Best Selected
Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries ever
displayed in the city, consisting of the foi-
25 bbU. Bst in fcfh World Flour.
60 " South Lake Flour,
100 " Tip Top Flour,
10O Purity Fiour,
50 Saratoga Familr,
50 " Saratoga Extra 'Flour,
25 Jamea RiTer Super. Flour,
65 bbla. Pork,
000 lbs. Fat Backs,
5000 lbs. Long Clears,
5000 lbs. Smoked Shoulders,
1250 gallons Molasses, Syrups, eto.
50 buckets Lard,
10 Tierces Lard,
25 Tin Cans Lard,
4000 Iba. choicest Cream Cheese.
10U0. lbs. choicest Creamery Butter.
i 500 gallon Vinegar,
- SOOjrallotif Cider,
250 bags Salt,
' ,lSbbTs. Table Salt.
'MO boxes Soap,
40 bags Coffee,
.."20-rroae Essence Coffee,
lOObbxe Cakes and ( -rn.-k. r
Jau boxes rreaeti anu Am- ru-au
5 boxes Soda, quarter, half a:ni :i
60 oases Pickles in glas.
100ases Baking Powder.
"450 botes Plug and TwLst Tiotuvo,
100,000 aledioni and Fine Cigars, manut'.i.tur r'-; r.c .
1200 Tbt. Lorillard and C. - A. S:.urr. ::.ai -ifa. :;ir. r'- ; r.
125 Boxes Raisins.
"125boxes French anJ Auunan t an iy.
10,000 Florida and Jamaira ' K.r.- s.
1000 Messina Lemons.
2000 Porto Rico Coc.a Nuts,
5000 lbs. Pecans. Filberts. Alu. .ml.. Wa'.-.nt.-. t.
200 boxes Scotch Herrings,
Canned Peaches. Sardines, L.-i-s'-Ts. S.i::i!
And everything in the Grocery and Confec
tionery line, which we propose to sell at the
VERY lowest living profit.
We carrv a Full Line of C'onfectioncrv and
Fancy Groceries, on which we charge a
GROCER'S PROFIT ONLY.
We solicit only the cash trade"
Come and see us.
Tht' (ib'BK P LANTEU
was awarded the
following first pre
mium medals at the
Exposition at Louis
ville. Ky.. last fall:
Best Cotton Planter.
Best Cotton and Corn
Bet Cotton Seed
Rest Cotton Seed
Best Fertilizer Dis
Over twelve other
Arrival of Their
Ballance & Co.,
nr.:i 1 -a,in a:.-! i.-rr;-
Ill II KIITISKUV
tiling, f ' i r w i
.1! 1 that we
i 1 feel that e owe any-
are vain enough to think
gives a ii pro 71m for
.'barge fur advertisements
11 it.- column'
' S'.l anil is
oeause we know a
1 ppreciatod . we
take a stroll
'. ive i! (I'Dinru
through the establishments of our city
alverti.-ers and se what they have to
. iTer the pop!rf. In starting we soon
concluded that " The Spot" to begin at
wa.s the establishment of U. S. Mace.
on market .hick, but in describing the
st-s k we u ere less decided, for who
could know where to begin what
newspaper man knows the salient points
of such an a sortment. Drugs, chemi
cals, paints, barduaie. ship chandlery.
fi-herman"s supplies, and it seems as if
any other man's supplies may be found
there. The people seem to know what
he has and go there for it. Leaving
I". S. not the United States though
we wound our way through the busy
throng of venders and purchasers of
marketing even unto the other side of
the street and put in at Ferdinand
Uuucn 's place we call it a place and
so it is; and here he has each in its
place, groceries, dry goods, boots and
shoes, ropes, twines, paints, oils, can
vas, nets.seins, and Lorillard's snuff,
upon which he places r low estimate
and is exchanging them off for the cash
in order that others may take their
place, at a rate that makes one feel that
it is good to be there. And, again, leav
ing F . V. not a few we eventually
reached H. J. Lovick's where he very
erroneously advertises as at Blank's
old stand, when everybody knows
Blank never had any stand, he is all
pn.sTi and go; no stand for Blank or
lyovick either in that bee hive of a store.
Here at wholesale and retail are heavy
groceries, dry goods, fine wines and
liquors, besides the celebrated Buck
ingham whisky, and Blthough the gro
! ceries are called heavy and the Buck-!
ingham always on hand, we saw both!
getting away at a lively speed. Lovick .
hew s to the line and has a good trade.'
Scrouging our way out we squeezed
into the bottling establishment of
James Redmond; this genial gentleman
didn't otTer to bottle us up. but what he
did do for us is between ourselves, and
the public must not expect us to tell
every little thing that may happen in a
morning stroll, but we will venture to
divulge the fact that he does bottle lots
of Bergner & Engel s celebrated lager
beer and sells it by the crate too, and a
great deal of it too, and at a very reas
onable price too, and keeps it fresh and
cool too, and also other liquors at whole
sale and retail in no small quantities.
Well everybody knows Redmond and
we will go on up. But hold on! Here
13 something; look in here at T. A.
Green's not so green, either: he says
he carries the largest stock of flour, ,
meats, sugar, coffee, molasses, syrups, '
snuff and tobacco. Well, maybe he:
does, but we saw with our own eyes !
firo drays busy carrying goods there j
and three carniiig them away to steam- i
boats, railroad, ferry landings and soon,
but Thomas does a floury and totirish- '
ing business nevertheless, and his stock
of five hundred barrels of flour and
forty barrels of syrup will not last long, '
the way things were working when we
left. That buying lo for cash and
selling low draws. 1
We must climb the llitxto Humphrey j
& Howard's. Here we are! Whole
sale and retail dealers in groceries, dry
goods and general merchandise, solicit
orders for sale of cotton and other pro- j
duce. This guaranteeing satisfaction. 1
selling at the smallest living profit, has 1
the effect to draw the customers from a !
distance, over many hills and valleys to !
reach Hill Humphrey, vho, no matter j
How-ard the times are, still insists '"You ;
will do well to examine our stock be
fore buying." Would stay longer but
must go and see e foy.
C. E. Foy" & Co. keep no they don't
keep, they sell pork, flour, sugar,
coffee, iyrups, molasses, long clear
sides, bellies and backs. Lorrillard.
Railroad Mills and Gail & Ax snuffs,
and pearline at manufacturers' prices,
Quick sales and jtmu.7 profits are telling
the tale here, and everything is moving
as if the dickens was to have the hind
most. We calle ' and got "their prices
before buying elsewhere." but as we
hae nothing to buy, we only did it as a
matter of example to others.
Nearly eleven o'clock well let's stop
in at H. W. Waiiab's. Distiller's
AoE.st. No. sir. not wanting to buy
anything this morning; only looking
around. Just dropped in to see what
von have got. Well yes. sometimes
that's good. I tell you it is just a little
in ire I hardly ever thank yu take
, in; thing except it's offered. Well, you
h ve got it. Pure rye and corn, wine,
i trs whi-key . in gr, at variety ginger
pi!o. ale I eer porter. Hergner & Engel .
c. 1 r ; 111 - Fi ench br..ndy. No, thank
' u 1 111 a re xirtrr.
Id ;e we re-a to-day
reach the Lh.u-f and
not a reeater.
. a nd will try and
jet the Baliance
t -niorro w .
Well, we ju.-t wont down to Waiiab's
this morning to start where we left oil
nothing else. Now right over on that
corner yonder is where K. R. JoNF.s.
commission merchant, holds forth, and
where consignments of produce are so
licited and prompt attention guaran
teed. He sells dry goods, notions, hats,
boots and shoes, groceries of all kinds,
pork, bacon, flour, sugar, coffee, salt,
syrup, molasses, snuff and tobacco;
hardware, such as spades, shovels, hoes,
axes, nails; plow traces, hames. and
farmer's supplies generally; also keeps
Mott's sweet cider, the best made.
Ji.'NES is a clever fellow, does business
in a regular wav. and has a crowing
trade to contend with, beside buing
bothered about the corner stone matter.
He keeps a good supply of good humor
and peanuts on hand to make you f el
at home. Now we must g) back Hi
W.iiiAii b to start again.
There is Rohekts Bin 'TI1ei:s just see
what they are doing wholesale and
retail dealers ill provisions, groceries,
dry goods, boots and shoes, ail of which
are offered very low. Orders solicited
and satisfaction guaranteed. These
gentlemen pay particular attention to
for r.hould it ever drop nut of their
name it would sound bid and make
them out i 1 1 -1 the reverse of whit tut
of wli li
are. F.veryt.odv I i k
ut g 1
V S. 11 phes
; 1. 1
N w -.v
t in. v v -
:v . ; .11 ie ai.ii 1.
a 1 . 1 I 1 a 1 . ,Y i
through, lit 'o vit.try and ha- a -
that 1 : 1 - ' 'a : . r . a : . i i tii tog 1 ; r
a: ; 11 1 . K . v ai t . :::; h. . : n ., 1 , . i
w , '. : : . , a r ; g : . : ' ' a a : : ; . t 1 : 1
o A We ale 1 . e ; T 1 V W h 1 i
,'. 1' I t !.;.: - tY i , . . h, , ,u
l, to ;( K:, l,i More a cla ;
t ,. :: 1 t::ie r:, - and c ad',
!.. -. v. i , h t!le pa I chase ah I -
i-i . ..I 1 gll il ..!.!, pi ; . - a- i
.s 1 can -u:t tie- ne st l.i-ti,lni-
..j.. i ii will ho . .n -, ; i., i : a::-:
,ov ai-o conduct their grain busies-
s h f ,i . . " . . . ; . r will ia -t I'.urr y ou .
. i. eh ..i'.v.ivs does Burr us. It's
';""i i"otae lo Ko v. i-ui.u-.
ti.ev are there now.
Now we n. iis,t io Jim n to f) v II. Bki is. .
who offer -troceries at wholesale, and
IMIH" I'f "110
j 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 r with
from 1.1 ret no
lni-in. -s imr
the people. itiev
count v. but not gr.
afraid of shadow s.
Now for a watery iie.uih we w ill -o
up to Charles V.. Suiyej:. who has just
received a fresh supply of choice gro
ceries: and what is l.e-t .t ail. ofT.-rs
them for sale. F.vervthing from granu
lated sugar to red C oil. and other good
things toi tedious to mention and too
good for anything but to
sells them right and si
For a first-chif. dinner
t I 'i: X. KI.l K
til. Ill I'.l-t
si., iv 11; can
furnish the material.
1'a.ssing up we now come to Jomn
I); NX. who has holiday good of every
description, from a tin horn to a ,'!'
hobby horse: elegant albums, vases and
anything to please the young an 1 old.
besides an extensive line of confection
ery, candies and fruits. John has done
a tood deal for the comfort of the peo
ple, and says he will do as much in the
future as he has done in the past. And
we can say that what he has .loti ha
been well done.
From here we strolled up t see
Alexander Miller, wholesale and re
tail grocer, who is constantly receiving
a full line of choice groceries and farm
ers' supplies which lie offers as low as
any house in the city and warrants all
goods as represented . and invitis a call
for examination of stock and prices.
Stables furi ished free to all couutry
customers, and goods delivered free to
any part of the city. As the offer of
free stable room is offered here we will
hitch up and chat with Alex about
shade trees and shrubbery whenever he
can get a moment from waiting on that
hurrying crowd of customers.
s.arting again irom w aiiad s we
w our way up Middle street. Our
attention is attracted to that ever joyful
sound, a hearty laugh. Now there is
much in a laugh: bad men never laugh,
and we all know that a good old fash
ioned ha. ha. generally starts from the
vicinity of a good heart, and the best
laugh we evtr did hear came from a
sweetheart. But we are not looking for
laughing stocks, but other stocks.
Well, what is this new brick build
ing? Why. that is L. H. Cutler, who
sells stoves, hardware, sash, doors and
blinds, lime, cement and plaster, house
furnishing goods, paints, oils and putty,
guns, pistols, toilet sets, rubber and
leather bolting, etc.. etc. Cutler is all
business, looks to the interest of those
who deal with him, keeps what the
people want, has a good trade and
Well, what is this? Oh! D. W.
HuRTr, Merchant Tailor. It won't
hurt to stop in and look at the Major
here it is fashion plate; latest styles,
elegant suits, all for a sum so small that
even povertv hides its head and says "'I
rauM dress better." Everything guar
anteed to suit.
Well, here is Asa Jones, dealer in
staple and fancy dry goods, boots and
shoes, clothing etc. Agent for the :
Diamond Shirt, laundried Si. 25. un
laundried tfl. and the celebrated War
ner's Coraline closet no corset price
Si. Asa also sells hats and will collar
you and handcuff no handkerchief
you in good style. The ladies all know
that this is a good place to buy dresses
good, an i we will waltz out of the way
of that bevy of beauties coming in.
Now we will go back to R. Berry 'a.
dealer in drugs, etc. ; maybe the crowd
has diminished so that w e cau get iu.
Well, we are in but the whole Journal
would hardly hold a description of his
stock here, to say nothing of his house
at 27.? Washington street. New York,
where he takes charge of all kinds of
truck and other produce to sell for his
friends, and aupplies them with butter,
cheese, apples, potatoes and other fruits.
If you want to learn anything further
about this or anything else, it would be
well to ask Berry. (
At last we have found him Sam'l K.
Eaton, jeweller. Samuel is not one of
the "Panel." but then he does a good
deal on time: sells watches, clocks, eye
glasses and jewelry. Oh. such nice! and
will suit you if you try him and we go
before he puts a chain on us.
Duffy & Ives have the agency of the
Light Running Iiome.-tic hewing Ma
chine, which they say "stands at the
head." We like the dome.-tic which,
sits at the side better, but then there is
difference in taste ami we don't kno.v
but it is best to have both.
Special Notice cat heal your
attention is called to the many attrac
tractions I offer this season " more
trouble for us here, we are at 1!. A.
Bli.l's. Jewelry of all kia Is. timw
es of every description, nui-ic boxe-.
glasses, and hrear-t pm. A man
led in here from over iim .ling the
so u e
the rush is
1 Mr. l.)ty.
s 'v 111 g
I v I s . w I
e, e 1 : ' . .
111 !' bv
corners an 1 we get
t.. C. I.
.1 has a li ne I i lie ..f s , n,
uths and hoys' sun--.
vki:i; I Wan I
V.'.- !'. I ... I tla ke 1
IV I he
ke to 1,
de ' ; .hia . t ' ' he seen at
A .re lit gi.ai'ant.-i J
a ' .'it." but w mild 11
th. se suits lit or uo tit,
"Hallo! Bargains, barga i lis i n spi nig
and summer goods at . IIaRKs." 1 adei
of ; .w prices." MaI.ks leads the low
pri es and the lo.v piic. s i-ad tie
cro wd and there they are. 1 ...k at them,
lock at the bargain counter Hamburg
edging Oc. worth !ec: Victoria lawn
10c. w orth 20; dress goo. Is. silks, rutins,
Nt NX's veiling .think of that mourning
goods dress trimmings, and a large
stock of picture frames, tin-ware, oil
cloths, matting etc. Come early and
g.t vour lrifL. Special inducements
offered to the wholesale tra.
i .-faction guaranteed to ail.
advertisement and go early.
ins How are. J an. Jon.
Jon kb. iSpntij; good?,
cutaw ay suits. I )ur s
than ever. tlu spring.
C-.'l.t hats, dude 1... .w-.
s? no H.
lU Ml its
1 't of ')
ter-. straw matting, u
11 11 k s
chiidrens' sail .r suits
Adams eC V shoes, liig
t ei's ; gents ' furnishing st.
uiiv it is; sorouge in and i
.vnd now we are near
will stop in and makr. ui
going on to 1 ; f.i 'la .1: A 1.1
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hn ir '.cis
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iccli i-iiliN "ic'ctl
OllcllCC ill all Alin li
also 00 a ri.nimini
men do a good deal .
kind 01 another, an I
STATE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
horn News and ( ibserVL r. '
IUlkiuii, April 1G, 1884.
iii Miant to I lit' call of the central
'ive committee, the State ex-
ive committee ot the Ijemo-
ic party met this day. At noon
chairman, Capt. Octaviusj Coke,
called the committee to order.
The following members were lb unci
to ! present:
.Messrs. It. II. Rattle, George II.
Snow and J. J. Litclifortl, of the
central executive committee.
First district Harry Skinner, of
Second district A. J. Galloway,
Third district - H. B. Short, jr.,
of ( 'oliimbus.
Fourth district I. 8. Battle, ot
Filth district A. V.. Henderson,
of Caswell; M. S. Kobins, of Kan
dolph. Sixth district I. 1). Shaw, of
Richmond; AY. J. Yates, of Meck
Seventh district AY. 15. Glenn,
Fighth district Jordan Stone,
proxy for It. M. Furman, of Bun
combe. Mr. It. II. Smith, of Halifax,
represented as proxy S. J. Pember
toii.ofthe sixth district. Mr. E.
It. Stamps represented Mr. Chas.
M. liusbee of the central committee
and .Mr. John D. Stanford, of the
Lt.Gov. J. L. Eobinson, of Ma -
con, ami Maj. S. M. Finger, of Ca-
t.cvba. being in the city, were in-
vi. cl to seats iu the meeting.
The appointments made by the
central committee, of Harry Skin -
in. r of the first district and John
I . Si i u ford of the third district, to
HI. vacancies were ratified ana con-,
tinned by the committee.
At this stage of the proceedings
the chairman, Capt. Coke, called
Mr. AY. J. Yates to the chair, and
in an appropriate speech tendered
his resignation as chairman of this
committee and then retired.
Mr. NY. B. Glenn offered the fol
lowing resolution, which was unan
Resolved, That this committee
duly and highly appreciate the
able, honest and efficient services
of the Hon. Octavius Coke, chair
man of the State executive com
mittee, and his resignation as such
chairman be not accepted; that
they hilly recognize the fact that
he has made efforts for the party
which have been successful, and
that his personal sacrifices for the
p.'.ii;. have been such as to entitle
him to the gratitude of the Demo
cratic party of the State.
Messrs. Glenn and Battle were
appointed to wait on Capt. Coke
aud inform him of the action of the
committee. Capt. Coke, returning,
urged the committee to accept his
resignation, giving the reasous that
intiuenced him, and stating that he
was ready and willing to aid in any
and all legitimate ways and ob
jects of the committee. The com
mittee then accepted the resigna
tion. Mr. H. R. Battle was unanimous
ly elected to rill the vacancy and
assumed the duties of the chair.
( )n motion, AA'ednesdav, the 2oth
of June, was fixed for the meeting ,
of the State convention, and Hal- i
eiga designated as the place of ;
holding the same.
iollawiug resolutions, offered :
by Mr. Galloway, of AA'ayne, were '
Kesolved, That individually and
as a committee we heartily approve
the plank iu the Democratic party
advocating the abolition of the in
to:';;. il revenue system of the gen
eral government as onerous aud op
pi sM ve to the people of the tSlate.
Kesolvr-d, That the policy of the
i ' , . : in this State on this question
h - ' ,.,. repeatedly declared both
I.- s platform and in numerous
n: :,..! ials from Democratic legis
I i .:: -s, addressed to the Congress
o! ih.- I'nited States, and the po
:.:: "f the Democratic party in
t!, s ;,-ganl is too well known to
;ai: ;;; of doubt or misconstruction.
l-' - olved, That we lieai tily cain
u '.-.,.! the earnest and faithful
i ;: li'is of our Democratic represeu
t.o.vo from this State to secure a
sp. eiiy repeal ol the taxes imposed
b m - oppressive system.
i; '.solved, That the people of
Ni-nh Carolina are too enlightened
to -H- deceived by the pretended !
claim of the coalition aud Hepubli-1
can parties of this State to desire a
repeal of this system. They as
serted in their platform and main
tained tii ion tho canvass two years
ago t he justice of continuing said
system, and their sudden announce- mies weif fully oecupied. He went ;.': :;-.
no'til ot an opposite policy is a up the stream to , po:nt inen .1. i . Ki:nm:iv.
i c. , .o'nit ion of t he validity aud jus- which, us lie calculate!!, the current .I.s. M. Won'i i:., struck
lire of the position of the Demo- would sweep him slantwise down .!.('. Y a'KN. ' aim-n. Miss
ci at ie party upon this great (pies- to where the boat lay. the next di;,.. i:. Mii.i.i.i:. l;i...-k
ttuti, nioiuent lie was live aiils our in 1:. II. I.kwis, iicre.
The resignation of (.'ol. L. D. the loaming water. ( e.
S'ol.lllTIOII. Ill , i 1. I ' . :is ;l ill o Ill lli'l' 'I 1 1 o t. in ... I I C I 1 1 1 1 , t WIS lie. '.
uf ihe central executive comniittc. nictnloti but 1 1 : 1 1 p::i I'.mUi (.i.NKK !. NT" -. w'aiscri
tendered. 1: was accepted, ail Ins .-tivng' n. m-A l-n-..it lii w.f di-moi
.111.1 l;. (i. Dllllll. lsi.. was el, i. sell foot iV foot t.r. ;u .1 til.' ' e i ::'u--!:y 11. -ii I Kepli ml s
til! the va.-.uicy. slmle.' A I ; d : :: M - ,. ' ... - it...- ii i ! i '-'.i I !; ''!':
l"ili. u.g . is. oa : i, 'li. i 'tiered boat j 1 iit.Jy n...v ;. w.i - ;. '!: "v ''j.'
-i : . W . i 1. ( i iei. a. was adtiptcd: within a lew u,';, ,.; ;; :: . -, ' - i j E s . t id tin-
. . - i v ii i. That i, be ii com- 1, is h .i 1; d act 11 : b ;: 1 , 1 s; .oi : ' s .. 1. ' .t: til : '..te. .. i . ! ;
. ' 1 ; o i in- eoiui I y coo ', I. ; ions w iieii ii p . ct ' - t ; :.,' ! ' s ; . - , i ;.. : . ', i ; ,. -. . i-'. ! . , ; . i :
: !n-ii they meet to semi dele- savagi i . : ee a ; ; ; i . - : i i i . : . : -. ..-.;: o t ; o i ; .
. , . . - - - ... -:i,,v.,i. an i a lamioe: oi "-r-oriK v rre our.iru-
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'Captain Dervisch will proceed
instantly to liic ferry of Grazovo
with thirty iiien. secure the feiiy
boat, and aw ait farther orders."
So spoke Omar Pasha, cam
mander in chief of the Tiukish army
in the revolted province of Herze
govina. Not a line of his calm,
stern face softened as lie spoke,
and the tali, handsome voungTurk-
' ish othcer whom
hom he addressed lis
tened with e pial coolness, although
both speaker anil hearer knew well
; that such an order was Utile less
than a sentence of death,
j It was easy to say, "Scenic the
! ferryboat." To do it was a very
j different matter. In order to secure
that boat the young captain would
have to cross a swolleu and
river, to cut the boat loose
bank swarming with ma
who could kill a mountain
threo hundred yards, and to bring has to say to this fine fellow?" cried
it back across the stream in spite he, indignantly. "How can you
of all that they could do to prevent expect vour men to fight with any
him. To most men such a task heart if this is all the acknowledg
would have seemed impossible: but 1 menf, fhev irpt? Ynn'ro often fobi
not so to Dervisch Aga
Coolly and carefully the young
soldier chose out his thirtv
men whose stubborn courage
equal to his own, and who
was equal to his own, and who
would have inarched into the smoke
of a battery as calmly as if they
were strolling through the streets
of Constantinople. A short march
j through the woods which were
j now green with all the fresh beauty
i of early summer, and so still that it
! was hard to believe that men could
really be going forth to kill each
1 other under those peaceful shadows
i brought the devoted band to their
i appointed place, and they halted
just wnere rue low promontory
low promontory o
Grazovo, wooded to the very water's
edge, jutted out into the rushing
Alongside this point the ferry
boat had formerly been moored; but
it was gone, aud there was no sigu
! of it on either side of the stream.
Had the enemy destroyed it? and, ;
if so, what was to be done? 1
But it was Dervisch Aga's cus
tom, instead of wasting time in ;
thinking whether a thing could be
done or not, to go and do it. Or
dering his men to creep into the .
bushes and lie close, he started off' I
along the bank by himself, keeping
well under cever; lor although the
opposite snore was completely
e was ei
hidden by the thicket, ho knew that
behind that leafy wall the fierce
warriors of Herzegovina were
crouched., rifle iu hand, ready to
deal death to the first Ttukho
He had gone about a quarter of
a mile up the stream, when sudden
ly his face brightened, aud a mut
tered "Taveeb!" (good) broke from
his lips. Just opposite the point
where he stood the matted thickets
of the farther shore ended in a wide,
bare, dusty flat, upon which no liv
ing thing was to be seen: and
moored to a slump beside this
clearing lay the long-sought ferry
boat. This was enough, and the young
captain at once hurried back to his
"Light a fire, quick, and pile wet
leaves on it to make plenty of
smoke; then scatter yourselves
among the bushes, and when the
enemy begin to fire at you, do you
keep faring back, with as much
shouting and n
ise as you can
make, that thev may think your
numbers greater than they arc.
Don't expose yourselves needlessly,
but take up their attention as much
as possible, and lease the rest to
The men obeyed without a word,
and they had not long to wair. The
rising smoke, and the red Turkish
caps glancing anion;; the leaves.
soon drew iho attention ol the am
bn- hed Hei'egovos on the other
side, who. iliiiiking t'uat llieTuiks
were attempting to cross the rivel
from the point under rovei ot the
smoke, opi ned lire at once.
Instantly both banks echoed with
the crackle of musketry, while
tongues of tire kept darting through
the edth ing smoke clouds that over
hung the water. The Turks, though
sheltered by the under-growt h,
began to fall fast beneath the bul
lets that rattled around, them like
hail; but Still they lought doggedly
on, resolute to obey their leader's
i single man of them
Meanwhile Dervisch. having
made up his mind that the only
way to get the boat was to swim
over and cut it loose himself, pre-
irea to uo so now mar. ins e
tween himself and his enemie-,
was guiding it toward the point.
A triumphant cheer burst from his1
lew stirvivim' soldiers as: the von n !
hero, bruised, wet. and wei'rv, but
'Aferin. Dervisch Aga" (well
done. Captain Dervisch), was all
that Omar Pasha said when ho
tine up. an hour later, and found
i he ferryboat "secured' as he had
directed, and the young captain,
with only nine of his thirty men
left alive, awaiting farther orders.
At the General's right hand rode
a bn mzed, bearded, keen eyed man,
the war correspondent of an
Fnglish journal. He had seen and
admired that morning the soldier
like cooluess with which young
Dervisch had accepted his despe
rate mission, and when he heard
this splendid' feat dismissed with a
tew cold words he could restrain
himself no longer.
ojs fj .., li t) . I've,. lie, ,ov
me that we English don't, know a
1 good officer when we see him. but
; ice should have promoted that hid
on the spot."
-'Well, don't excite Yourself.-'
said Omar, quietly. "There's a
colonelcy vacant uow, and, if you
like, Dervisch Aga shall become
Dervisch Bey" (colonel).
And so he did, and Bervisch Bey
is now Dervisch Pasha. "Sot long
ago I saw him in Egypt as the
Sultan's special ambassador, aud
one t the greatest men in Turkey.
Refused to Appropriate.
Kinston, X. C, April 7, '34.
Editor Journal: At the Feb
ruary meeting of the board of coun
commissioners for Lenoir, a
resolution was passed by the board,
without a dissenting voice, appro
priating live hundred dollars or
more to have Lenoir county repre
sented at the State Exposition.
The said appropriation was to be
subject to the approval of the
Ou or about the lGth of February
a meeting of citizens of the county
was held, after advertising two
weeks, to consider the matter of
appropriation. At this meeting a
request wa.s made that the county
;l;,,,r,.i,riate one. thousand ,1
A committee of five was appointed
.1) mature a plan and report the
first Monday in March to a joint
meeting of magistrates and county
commissioners. Said committee
reported a full plan of operations,
recommending officers aud how the
money should be managed, as your
paper of about that time will show
At that joint meeting of magis
trates and county commissioners,
upon motion ot AA". L. Kennedy,
Esq,, the report of the committee
was adopted in full, except that
lice hundred dollars was substituted
in place of one thousand dollars.
This motion was carried by a con
The friends of the movement
; 'nought the matter was settled
The next thing we knew, the !
hairmau of the board of count v !
commissioners stated that he could
not sigu the drafts for the money.
To-day the President ot the Expo
sition Association, E. F. Cox, went
before the board and asked that
the matter be settled.
The board 1.00k up the matter and
refused to submit to the order of the
magistrates and went back upon
their own record. M.H. AA'ooten
and A. V. AVhitiield voted for the
appropriation of the live hundred
Now. Mr. Editor, the friends of
the movement, those, who have
manifested an active interest iu
i lie welfare and best interests ol
ma county ia thus endeavoring to
nave it i ('presented properly at the
State Kxpo.-dt ion. feel that this re
tasaloftlie boaid is an act that
serins to point to an effort to ecu
; ; aiiie power.
It has already gone forth over
the State that Lenoir county would
niaki,' a good exhibit of her re
sources at the exposition. And it
is now very humiliating to follow
up that item of news with auother
contradicting it. .Vnd we deem it
nothing but fair that the whole
State should know how it has hap
pened that Lenoir county has been
compelled to forego a grand oppor
tunity for showing to all. who may
s. ck to know, her unbounded re
s urces of soil, timber, feitilizers.
i innate and the many other things
ie- '.viitrii teini to make ;i cuuntiv oins
The fish factories have ci mmenrod
operations, and last week Mr. Greece
caught 70,000 of the finny tribe,
A series of meetings are being held in
the Methodist Church. The pastor re
ceived into the church Sunday morning
morning seventeen members. The meet
ing still continues.
Mr. J. F. Jones is now at work im
proving the Ocean View Hotel, which
he recently purchased. When he gets
through with the repairs, such as put
ting new blinds to the windows, new
double porches and paintiDg in and out
side, it will really look better than when
it was first built.
The vessel containing a full cargo of
ice. hay and lime for that enterprising
gentleman of your city, Mr. Geo. N.
Ivi e. is now stranded ujion our bar and
will be a total wreck. The cargo and
vessel is now in charge of Mr. K. O. Noe,
commissianer of wrecks. Yesterday
(the 14th iust.) they succeeded in getting
out the hay and lime, as it was stowed
between decks, and about 80 tons of ice.
It is doubtful whether any more ioe en
be taken out, as the sea is too high to
day for boats to lay by, and it is very
likely the vessel will soon go to pieces.
Notice lo Mariners.
Notice is hereby given that, on or
about April 20, 1884, a bell buoy will be
moored near Red Buoy No. 2, off the
southeastern end of the MiddleGround,
entrance to Chesapeake Bay, Virginia.
This buoy will be run by the action
of the sea.
By ordpr of the Light-House Board.
Stephen C. RiSwan.
ice-Admiral V. S. Navy.
More Gubernatorial Timber.
Editor Journal: We have in our
neighborhood a man who would do
honor to the Gubernatorial chair or any
other chair in North Carolina or any
The subject cf this notice was born
among us in the early days of his in
fancy, and reared among us and has
i eared among us all through his school
boy days and is still with us, that is
when is still anywhere. He was of a
fine intellect from the beginning; he
could learn at school faster than any of
I us, and always kept the head of his
class, displaying unmistakable signs of
having been born to rule.
As a citizen, he is fully alive to all
of the issues of the day or night, favors
everything and opposes nothing. And
has a military reputation to be envied,
having been distinguished for heroic
services in both armies during the late
war. His deTotion to the party is in
tense, and although not a candidate,
would, if nominated, command the
strength of his party and reflect credit
upon the State and himself.
Craven county, N. C, April 16, "84.
Discoveries of Phosphates.
Gen. G. Lewis is here, having
been engaged for some weeks in the
collection of phosphates. He
at the exposition a ""nodule-
phate weighing over 400 pounds, and a
block of ""crystal marl weighing 250
pounds. Gen. Lewis has done good
service in his search for valuable ferti
lizers and his work is much appreciated.
The commissioner of agriculture of
South Carolina says that he knew the
phosphate deposits extended in that
State to the North Carolina line. Gen.
Lewis has traced the phosphates from
the South Carolina line through Colum
bus, Bladen, Pender, Sampson, Duplin,
Onslow and Jones to Trent river. Iu
Duplin the deposits are most valuable.
At Franck8 near White Oak swamp in
Onslow county, some phosphates of
great value were discovered. The
largest nodule thus far sent here weighs
a little over SaO pounds; but some were
found by Gen. Lewi3 weighing 330.
The crystal marl is a rock with soft
mf.rI amon. its structure is crys-
i , ' V.riT" " . .u "!auu,u'
- njnrviiucii ed 1 1 LT-orcu II.O IIJ U li I It
in a day or two. The large lump of it is
on the farm of Joshua Smith, near
Whiteville depot. Columbus county. It
vv ill be taken out iu a little while and
brought here. The explorations will
probably be immediately resumed.
firs and Observer.
Liberty of the Tress.
The editor of the Cazette was attacked
; on the street one night last week by V.
A. Fott6. jr., for publishing certain al
i leged violations of the office of Standard
; Keeper, to which Mr. Potts had beeu
'appointed by the Commissioners. One
; pistol shot was fired by Mr. I'otts, and
had not the pistol been "knocked up''
, by the editor, the shot would in allprob
ubili y have been fatal. Mr. I'otts had a
' preliminary hearing before Esq. Wil
kinson, and was held in bond of 1 000,
in default of which he was committed
to jail. It is not within our province to
discuss the lighter wrongof this action,
only so tar as the freedom of the press is
concerned. We have always realized
the right of the prefs to expose all
wrongs, whether of a religious or politi
cal nature, aud since we have been in
the editorial arena we have aimed lo
exercise this privilege, and the paper
. which fails to do so is not entitled to the
supper; of the reading public. Watch-
First Baptist Church.
The revival feeling at the First Baptist
church is growing interesting. The
congregations Sunday were large. The
meeting Sundav night was a very solemn
and impressive one, and .piite a number I
evidenced a desire for the prayers of !
,l... .1.. ,,f i :.,.l s;rt,.,. , f,r ;
in. 11 . 'i . ,acn c.rii
no. ui and evening this week, com
mencing ;it 5 o'clock and s o'clock, rmi
ilu led bv the pastor. Kev. Dr. 1'iitih
..rd. II",'. '."
by a Tin iia.l '.
. April 15 The town of
Hawk, eighteen miles west of,
was struck by a tornado yesier
fO'i'iioon. The dwellings of W.
ewer an,i K 'rippeii were totally
1. and Mr. Hrewer s daughter
msly hurt. Dr. RittreH 's office
he.l. J 1'. Stealer's dwelling
null v., re unroofed and his
:". 1 outhouses iestr,.el. J.
house and (1. 1 1. 1'urcell's shop
estroyed. Tie residence and
D. II. (lor,!,, n. the high S' liool
.:. a ad lie- M. i h. .d isi elm rch wore
!. aJl'-. 1 I'.lHilillsiin's house
i , . v o d anil h. r eollar bone w .-is
Mia h oilier property was de-
A large proportion of Uis diMttM wUek
cause human afferlDg result from deranf-k ;
merit of the stomach, bowel, and liver.
A v fr's Catbabtic Pill act ametif apoa
these organs, and are especially designed to -cure
the diseases caused by their aWi-anfe-ment,
including Constipation, Isxllgssi "
tlon, Dyspepsia, Beadscks, Dystntay, '
and a host of other ailments, far all of -which
they are a safe, sure, prompt, aad
pleasant remedy. The ertenslre oa of tfcaM
Pills by eminent physicians In regular frae
tice, shows unmistakably the estlmatloa la .
which they are held by the medical profes
sion. These Tills are compounded of regetabla
substauces only, and ant absolutely free fiaiej '-'
calomel or any other injurious Ingredient; , ...
A Sufferer from Hwnlaclia writes I
"Avbb's PrLLS are Invaluable te sne, and .
are my constant companion. I hava bssa .
a severe surferer from Headaehe, aud yoar '
Pills are the only thing I could look to- '
for relief. One dose will quickly more any
bowels and free my head from pain. - Tbey
are the most effective and the easiest pnysisk
1 have ever found. It Is a pleas ore to so)
speak iu their praise, and 1 always do a
when occasion oners. .
W. L. 1'aoic, of W. T,. Page ft Bra.!
Franklin St., Richmond, Va., Julie , 1WB.
"I have used Atk' Plt.LS la tiatabev ..
less instances as recommended by you, and
have never known them to fall-to aeeowplislk -tlie
desired result. We constantly keep them
on hand at our home, and prise them as x.
&leasant safe, and reliable family medietas.
OU 1 YSPEPS1A they are Invaluable.
J. X. HAt.-
Alexia, Texas, duns IT, UH2. , - :
The Rev. Fbaxcis) B. Harlow, writing
from Atlanta. Oa., says: "For sons years
past I have beeu subjeet to constipation,
from which, In spite Of the use of aiedi '
cinos of various kinds, I suffered liMrsssing
Inconvenience, until some neon the ago I '
began takinj AVIB'I PillS. Tbey as
ntiri'ly corrected the costive habit, and
tnx--TMi 1 y jmprv my general health."
A tee's CATHAandPlLA. orrect b-regn-
laritles of the bowels, Stimulate d-ppe-
tlte and digestion, and by their prompt aaaT.'
thorough action giro tons and vigor t ths
whole physical economy. ;
Dp. J. C. Ayer ACo., Lowell, Matt.
Sold by all Druggists. , ,
AU experience the wonderful
beneficial effects of . , s
Children with Bore Eyes, Bora
AutU. I Ears, or any scrofulous or syps .
llilic taint, may be made healthy and strong
by its use. -r ' -.
Bold by all Druggists ; fl, six botUei foe .
ATTOKNEY'AT- fj A.W ,
KEKilVSVILLB, W. t. 1
Practices In the Oonntleaof Duplin, Lanolr,
Craven, Jones and Onslow. n .
Collection of Claims a specialty.
Correspondence solicited. Br6wtn
P. H. PELLETEEE,
j f f orTinv'-.-Lt-Tn.-Bir " )
iorJi.oe:Kvir.r.K, . " . "
Jonas Casuatjr. W. C
ce in the Courts af Oarterot, Jonas;. .
ntlon given to ths collection 04
settling estate of daoeaaad par
"3F.OI1QK V. STHOKO,
rtAlelgb, it. G
Dunn a. paaar,
Klnaton, . C
STROITG & PEEEY .s.
ATTURSEV& Hl COUNSELLORS
Havlnir formed a copartnership for
Dractlce of the law in Jones oountv. will rag a.
larly attend the court ot the same. Prompt
attention paid to collections. - - -roaj-12-d.Swtf
STRONG A PERBT.
PHIL. HOLLAND. JR OWU H. OTnOMV
HOLLAND & GUION, v
Attorneys at jLaw ,
(Office one door westof Gaston BooasJ
will practice In tho Counties of. CraTwa
.lories, onslow, Carteret, Pamlico and Lenoir
'ioiu.l at teiitlonpald to collections.
Rpr2-dwlY. - .
f. .m. sim.monh, clbjs but yajrx.Y.
SIMMONS & MANLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice In the Conrtsof Craven, Jones.'
Onslow. Carteret, Pamlico end Lenoir, and la
the I'Y-dernl Court at New Berne. feoSd&Wl
1. .1 Mimihk.
Wl. K. CLABEB,
MOORE & CLARKE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
New Bcme, N. C
Will practise In the Courts of Carteret, Cra
ven, llreene, Hyde, Joues, Lenoir, Onslow
and Pamlico counties.
Aim In the Supreme Court at Raleigh and
the United Ktiitt H courts at New Herns and .
- i'ol lert 1 iu; a uprclally, ap6 dwtf
Win. .T- CIAvsK-IiE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3T 33X77- 33 33 IX 1ST 33. TXT. O.
Practises In the Courts of Carteret, Craven,
Hyde, Jonen, Uirioli, Pamlico and Wayne
counties: also In the United States Constat
o Colled Ion of seamen's wages and all
claims uguiiiHl veimpls u specialty
i (dice four doors nbove Gaston House.
DR. G. L. SHACKELFORD,
NEWBEBN, . C.
HftviiiK located permanently In Newborn, t
rcsii ifullv lenil.T ray professional aervtoes
to the nihllr. Office on Middle street. In Pat
tpi son l iill.llnK. opi8tte Baptist Church.
Ten Venn Practical Kxpertenee,
. w . -p - s - Til"
l) J. J, 0-LjjfXvJV
NEWBERR, If. C.
ofrirc on Craven street, between Pollock
am! I '.road. ADrl7-dAwl
Elizabeth Iron Works,
CH A. V. I'KTTIT, Prop.,
2S0. 2s j. 2S4 and 286 Water street.
M.M1A II RER OF
Saw and Grist Mills,
Pulh'ys, 1 1 an iq, ern,
F !(; IX (is AM) CASTINGS,
lit l.verv Description.
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A "a orv HvMIlty, sBXkSlat4
ikiu . r . ursjinstar atceikr
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t . t, prroM oi youth. t..
t -I it perfect and lavslinc
I . . I'll to sTObMsli h-Malila
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i i-truin"ii,hv 'rbtBtreatinwtof
N.-rvou IobllltT na
Vh alcul lvcfty isuniforml
l.as, ft on perfect diMTiMMla,
nu t )io1 aim) abKolute Iborv
t.' .fTn.it kui Aud Treatise fro.
AC VV.Uth St., New York.
GEO. W.J. HARVEY,
-s.tr. IllCHHIOND ST..
mid 17 S. FOURTH ST.,
I's'l Mll.ISHKI) 1859. .
?!hI..t of lloiili'iiirn'i Ftne Onsaa
It,, .us ,v slio. of llir Latest Styles I
u it i. it iia-.
o Messrs. II. K. Bryai
II. IlotierlB. Ueo. A
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