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v INDEPENDENT IN .AJLH. THINGS.
Terma 92.OO Xox- ir
A OL. YIT.
NEW HERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, AUGUST 1884.
' ' ." :S V V ' , .
, I it--,- j-1- r1 1 ' " ' ' " "
3i k,T. nr H M I I ITS ur "i
Towers of Strength !
TROVER ( rtVKI. VM).
.-strain! oi the
HI Ltifr ArrepilDg the .Xominallon
for the Prenldf ncy by lh Drmo
cf(lr Natlnnal ronvmtlon.
; S i; a
Mgtoli Ctlo CtM; CWrret Cotton Gins, Feeder nJ C'mden-tor : Cot-
toa Clenr ; Bc Oattoa Pre (the bct ia nje); Tennesow Farm
W4o; CviwoITa ilice Thrcakers and Separators ; Kemp's Mnure Spread
n; Haoeoek fojtratot ; Madiin Fitting and Machinery Sappliu pen
Albany, .'. Y., An
following was rtH-oivixl
Col. Lituonr, Sfcrer.
( 'levti;inil, i ho is a;
n.ir I, i U , w t i fi - r :
in t Rt ii ; hi : i! ic . i :. 1 1 ;
AI.HANV. N. Y.. 1 i
CiKM I. KM ".'.N I ii - v.-
. n; r i mi en im t inn
IJ, Hi fori?) i nr i.ii-
Ii : . n ,i I ! lor t Ii-- oilier i ! '
I- . I'n;'. Stale .
1 . , ; l. n mi ,! f 'e .'(n 'en
.. . 1.1. -.1 : Cliic.:-.
. . . . !..!!!. .e.ioll with .'i
... ; : -
niii'ii ei.ii.fite.i; a, .
t lit- rviKinsihiiir i:,!. ;.i
UTf ptiUlCO, I Ils-SIHIH'. 1 ii;tr e
fall? considered the platlon:i ail
el by the Convention und conli
approve the same. So plain n
statement of Democratic f.iitii .ni.l
principles upon which that party
appeals to tue snuraccs oi ;iu
-.sail ly inUTfering with the
and customs of any of our
! which arp not offensive to
sentiments oi' the civil
and which nre ennisrent
citizenship and public.
and self imposed re-1 The Cuban Crisi?.
citizen should becare-; previous to the great insurrection
view. Thus, laws Un- , ; rha.. which en.lc.l sn ilisttsrrnn.
Iv bv the surreniler of the natriots ' Pndenl
at z'auzon in February, 1 878, Spain
rnle'l the island as the Romans
rti!e;(l a conquered province. Cuba
was so fertile, and the cultivation
id sugar ranc was snch a profitable
industry, that with the taxes which
she collected from the planters
Spain was enabled to pay a very
large quota of her total expenses.
Among other imposts upon the
Cuban treasury were the entire pay
of the army stationed on the island,
in normal times about L'0,000 men,
who received during their colonial
servier an increase o I fifty per cent
ovir their pay in Spaiu; the total
expense of the Spanish tfeet
.- e . 1 1
! I : i 1 1 .
u I !
nation to a
; its suprcai
on- ie iiberauv
I un i ts of the
i, .' ie general govern
- i .i 1 1 ii . e tid protect
.. .'. i w -. ; i will e n
: : In- coillitry to
: 1 i I ! i . I ' U e i S.
.i j iy the wages ot pllll
i and they are entitled
honest work which the
','.::. paid should command.
:a- duty of those intrusted
;iic management of these
to sec that such public ser-
A tr Tajlor Maamfacturing Company's Engine, Boiler. Sav &ad pp neexi3 uo supplement or
Sai for Illatntd Catalogaea aad Price LLst?
. ,.: CEAVEN STREET, XEWBERN, X. C.
f7 lUomW ttial no WalMiffoIaled Fanil y can afford to b without
gilhebt raises PUMr. -
. I '
AnnouBca tie Axrivsl of Their
,fe Spriiig oods,
i" - f '
COASTING OF. A SrLET)U) LINE OF
Ladies' Dress Qq6ds
. ,iJ ,Gcntsz Yoiiths and Boys OltW.Tg,
v-, Boots, ShocSj Hats, v .
vftunks, tYallses Etcif'Etc. .
. A New and Full Supply, of
. .AVe beg a generous public tp com.e and ex
amine our Stock and Prices. v
y ; : v XpETTINGER, BROS.
? 81 C?; OF "THE CELEBRATED PEARL SHIRT."
al Wiro & Iron Co.
, J . torn '.iinasuct Mlls.
'rf ' csrN w mCMHt
t "."'. - W . . .-vr . tpl. I"wn. Kjt
t l m - ?, i -H TTIBnnr. "'T It N ' r mmi . pi
A "IT IT THIHT
a i tw ii i -
fr P e o p I e's-i rj u t u al
- m g - -
- OF LOUISmLE, KY.
Iatue Policies a Llrcs jft7ab!e la F1t Instalment, at
f- -1 from 4 to 10 year interval, according to the
-. , , t k ! , ,,;e of the Insured. ' -
' Ti peoiuua are paM oa t2 aMnnnt plan, as ia naaal in other Mitnal
Tii U a mv fitTT ic Lif Intaraace, aa J enable the party t colUet hia
ianxraaea daniiy lii'o. It ia praeucally a 8artBga Back, in which to deporit
tmU wonthtj ainvjcct, to b irawn at th end of a certain period, with
Urevt. ""'; - ,-'."-t J. - .C'l,
W'a alw ws iVlicisi payahld at oVaUi oalj, if deaired
. Cue5r with full prtvulan faroixhed on application
. FIKB fOLXClEa Mad oa Vat tcnfcm
- - - GEO- ALLEN CO-
t It should be remembered that the
office of President is essentially
executive in its nature. The laws
enacted by the legislative branch
i of the government the chief execu
tive is bound faithfully to enforce:
I and, when the wisdom of tho jHditi
a 1 I'cUtt " 11 L v . i .-, IV . . ''II.. V ' 1 11.-
members as the uominee for that
office has outlined its policy and
declared its principles, it seems to
me that nothing in the character of
the office or the necessities of the
case require more from the candi
date accepting Buch a nomination
than tbe suggestion of certain weli
known truths, so absolutely vital to
the&afety a"nd welfare of the nation
that they cannot be too often re
called or too serionBly enforced.
We proudly call ours a govern
ment bf the people. It is not snch
when a class ia tolerated which ar
rogates to itself the managementof
public aflaire, seeking to control
people instead of representing
Parties are tbe necessary out-'
growth of our institutions, bat the
government is not BT th paople
! when one party fastens its control
upon the country, and perpetuates
its power by cajoling and betray
ing people instead of serving them.
The government Is not by the peo
ple when the result which should j
represent the intelligent will of free !
and thinking men is, or can be, de
termioed by the shameless oorrup
tion of their suffrages.
Whan an election to oflico sbxll
be the selection by voters of one of
their number, to assume for a time
a public trust, instead of his dedi
cation to the profession of politics;
when the holders of tlie ballot,
quickened by a sense of duty, shall
avenge truth betrayed and pledges
broken; and when suffrage shall be
altogether free and uncorrupted, a
fall realization of a government by '
the people will beat hand; and of
the means to this end not one
would, in my judgment, be more
effective than an amendment t the
Constitution disqualifying t!x3 Pres
ident from reelection. When we
consider the patronage of this great
office, the allurements of power, the
temptation to retain public places
once gained; and, more than all.
the availability the party finds in
an incumbent whom a horde of
officeholders 'with azeal born of the
benefits received and lostcred by
the hope of favors yet to come,
stand ready to aid with money and
trained political service, we recog
nize in the eligibility of the Presi
dent for reelection the most serious
danger to that calm, deliberate and
intelligent political action which
mast characterize a government by
A true American sentiment rec
ognizes the dignity of labor, and
tbe tact that honor lies in honest
toil. Contented labor is an clement
slat toned in American waters aud
to encourage the home budget the
Madrid Government always man
aged to keep about one-half of the
navy in and about her West Indian
colonies; the expenses of all Spain's
diplomatic and consular establish-
and retention ot subordinates ments in America. Xnrth and Snnth
. I t !.. 1.1 ,1- .. . . - 7
ri iiiiiuiu em li o nieuL uuulu uc
pond upon their ascertained fitness
and the value of their work, and
:ce is toi incoming. 1 lie selection
d retention of subordinates
ey should be neither expected
r allowed to do questionable party
service, flic interests ot the peo
ple will lie better protected, and
public employment will be open to
all who can demonstrate their fit-iu-ss
to eater it. The unseemly
scramble tor place uuder the gov
ernment, with the consequent im
port units- which embitters official
life, w ill cease, and the public de
partments w ill not be filled with
those who conceive it to be their
first duty to aid the party to which
they owe t heir places, instead of
rendering patient and honest return
to the people.
I b. lievc that the public temper
issnchtli.it the voters of the land
are picpaied to support the party
which gives the best promise of ad
ministering the government in an
honest, simple aud plain manner;
which is con-istcnt with its charac
tei and purposes. Tliey have learned
that mystery and concealment in
the management of their affairs
cover tricks and betrayal. The
statesmanship they require consists
in honesty and frugalitv, a prompt
response to the needs of the people
a.s they arise, and a vigilant protec
tion i" all their varied interests.
If I should be called to the Chief
Magistracy of the Nation by the
, suffrages of my fellow-citizens, I
will js-uine the duties of that office
wirh a solemn determination, to
dedicate every effort to the coun
try's good, and with an humble re-
, nance, upon the lavor and support
of the Supreme, Being, whom I be
lieve will always bless honest hu
; man endeavor in the conscientious
discharge of public duty.
G ii over Cleveland.
To Col. 'tn. F. Vilas, Chairman,
and, 1. I'cstor, and others,
nit miters ot' Notification Commit-
tic of flu I-Mweratic National
( 'on cent ion.
11 EM) RICK'S ACCEPTANCE.
Hon. I'm s. a. Hendricks has
written Ins let ter of acceptance, aud
it is the ,,.,os. sens.bleof all. Here Cu.ban Deputies are so completely
outnumbered in the Cortes that the
lC ''" ' representatives ol the most insig-
iNPi an Ai-oLis, Ind., Aug. 20. j n ificant provincial industry ofSpain
i kn i i.emen: I have the honor : have far greater weight than the
to acknowledge the receipt of your . whole of the colonial representation
communieacion notifying me of my mit together. Moreover, the Cuban
nomination oy nie wemocrauc con-1 budget m never discussed in
vcntion at Chicago a candidate! Cortex
all the expenses ot the Spanish con
tingent to Mexico, which ended
with the withdrawal of the Spanish
forces under Gen. Prim, all the ex
penses of the invasion of San Do
mingo, planned by Gen. .Serrano
when he was Captain-General of
Cuba, which cost thousands of lives
and millions of dollars; all the an
nual expenses of the government of
the island ol iernando Po, whose
only relation with Cuba is that it is
under the same flag; and, finally,
the pension given to the Duke of
Veraguaa, because he is a descend
ant of Christopher Columbus.
All this tribute was exacted from
Cnba previous to the insurrection,
though the taxed people had no rep
resentation iu the Spanish Cortes. I
lhis taxation weighed chiefly on
the creole population, because they
and not the Spaniards are the ag
riculturists of the island; and the
iniquity of it led to the declaration
of independence at Yara with which
the insurrection began.
The war was a costly one to Spain.
She landed in Cuba betweeu De
cember, 1SC8, and November, 1877
nine years 112,000 traops. The
transportation waa entirely by
Some 50,000 of the troops were
Carlist prisoners. They landed in
tuna nearly naked. Tlie expense
of clothing, arming, equipping, and
feeding this immbnse body of men,
and the cost of sending them to the
front, were borne by the loyal
Spaniards of the island. Spain im
posed taxes, sequestered property,
and nsed every hitherto known
method of raising the sinews of
war; but without the effective and
almost unlimited aid of the Span
iards of Havana, Matanzas, and
other cities," the mother country
would have been obliged "to let the
wayward daughter go."
Since the suppression of the re
bellion, Spain has granted to Cuba
representation in the national
Cortes, just enough to swear by.
As for any practical benefit to the
interests of the island, this repre
sentation is the merest farce. The
FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTKI'T
DEMOCRATIC ': VK.VTIO-V.
We have received from oar corres-
at Plymouth a f a !1 aecouut of
the Democratic c. invention tlie First
Congressional Disti neiii ,t iht place
on Thursday, the 14iii inst., f:"in which
we condense the follow in:
After temp.jrMiy organ int i m and
the usual cotumkie. and report the
permanent oraniz ttion was f-ffectfd
with K. II. Wii.birne, of Chowan,
as chairman and Frai k Vaughan, of the
Falcon.. II. . Sluw. of the Edei.'.on
Enquirer I,. . ii-r: il. of the Greenville
"ran .!. a J U Smith, of IV
'Washington ' -Vr-. fi.-. as secretaries.
Hon. Thon. -W fc'kimier. of lViip;
mans ;or! II in. 1.. uis C. La-ham.
Pitt. i'ii- s. -v "rii ly placed in iiomin
tion for RepiL.-en.atives of the Dir-tii a
; in Conn-i- -.
CoijiTiliiiit.ii ,uy spee-hes in ii ;niii;.i
tion aiid ndursement were ma ie by the
friends of each and there was a general
j expectation of a live!- eon test, when
Col. Latham arose and in a very grace
l ful speech withdrew his name. '
I 4Ir. Oaksmith. of Carteret, then
moved that Mr. Skinner be nominated
J by acclamation, which was carried ;
unanimously, and the usual committee
appointed to notify Mr. Skinner of bis ;
nomination, who soon appeared and re-1
turned his acknowledgements.
St. Paul, Minn.. Aug. 19. A special j
te the rionetr l'rtss from Casselton,
-A rkansas, says that eight tramps took
possession of thatplace yesterday, drove
families out of their (houses and com
mitted other excesses. Four of the
tramps were captured by the sheriff,
the other escaped.
Toronto, Ont., Aug. 19. Fxcessively
hot weather continues throughout
Canada, the thermometer ranging from
SO to 9.1 degrees in the shade. A large
number of cases of sunstroke have been
Dies Moines. Aug. 19. A disease
which has marked symptoms of cholera
ha.- appeared in central Van Ruren
e.-unty. Local physicians pronounce it
flux. Thirty-two cases are reported,
one-fourth of which were fatal.
New York. Aug. 19. Another order
of arrest has been obtained in the Su
perior court against Ferdinand Ward in
the suit brought against Ward, U. S.
Grant. U. 8. Grant, sr., James D. Fish
and Wm. C. Smith by Wm. H. Bing
ham, broker, to recover .?48,000. The
papers were sent to Ludlow street jail,
where Ward is now;onfined on another
suit. Bail is fixed at 48,000. Bing
ham claims to have advanced the above
amount of money to the firm of Grant &
Ward on the representations made bv
Nomination for Piesideiit'.il elector 1 Ward and Fish concerning the firm's
being next in ordei. Wm. B. Shaw, i dealings in United Statea government
Esq., of Chowan, and Wilson H. Lucas, i contracts, which the plaintiff now savs
of Hyde, were proposed and duly sec- were fraudulent. The reason for ob
onded. The contest was expected to be I taining the order is said to be that ne-
close, as Mr. Shaw's geographical posi
tion was against him, living only 12
miles from the Congressman.
The call of counties commenced with
Beaufort, which obtained leave to with
draw for consultation.
Camden was then called and broke
the geographicil line by
Carteret returned the compliment by
dividing her vote 10 for Shaw and 10 for
,,,viTw if v r ' n i Z oh ' smen were suffocated .to-day at Bray,
quickly by Pamlico, Dare and Pitt the i owi t0 an accident ian un5erground
other counties wnnrs vrn itip' sr. i.l for , .... , , .
r, YiT r T j . i canai intenaea to connect the rivers
A, i, , r '. lOiseand Aisne, in which they were
Wnon tho mil truia rnmTilororl if tt-mo i 1
w.x F. a,vu " employed.
C.-"" ' J i-UpUO.11 b.luW liuu. , .to
nominated. The vote was announced: i
gotiations for a compromise of the suit
brought by ex-city chamberlain Tappan
and the release of Ward are pending.
UousTOX, Tex.: August 19. The
Democratic State convention for the
nomination of Governor and other State
officers assembled at noon. Col. Thos.
voting solid j R. Zonner was chosen temporary chair
man, ine convention at 1 p. m. took a
brief recess. e .
Paris, August 19. Seventeen work-
Alexandria, Va., Aug. 19. Walter
W. B. Shaw, 1464; W. H. Lucas,. 150-;
and Mr. Lucas was declared the regular
Democratic nominee for Presidential
elector for the district.
Mr. Oaksmith, of Carteret, submitted
a plan for the better organization of the'
district, to which suggestions and
amendments were offered by Mr. Caho.
of Pamlico, and Messrs. Warren and
Brown, of Beaufort, which were accept
ed by Mr. Oaksmith, and the plan finally
unanimously adopted as follows:
FIRST COKGHESSIONAl. DISTRICT ORGANI
ZATION. Resolved, That the Democratic organ
ization of the First Congressional Dis- j
trict shall hereafter be constituted as i
1st. The Executive Committee shall
consist of sixteen members, one from
each county, to be appointed bi-annually
in the regular Congressional nominating
convention by the delegates from each
2d. The member of said Executive
Committee in each county shall consti
tute the local Congressional Committee
and shall act under the general direc
tion of the Central Committee, and be
entrusted with the management of the
Congressional canvass in his county.
3d. The General Executive Committee
shall appoint a Central Committee of
five to whom shall be entrusted the
general management of all matters re
lating to the control of the party organ
Roat, about 16 years old, was accident
ally killed early this" morning by
Lewis U. Nails, who was practicing at a
target, mans Had twice Htrucfc the tar
get. A bystander hearing a scream ran
in the direction from which it ' came
and found Roatlying fn the road, with
a ball in his right breast. The bry died
in a few minutes.
Louisville, Ky., Aug. 20. A Courier
Journal dispatch from Franklin says:
The town marshal, JeSsee Offutwas
fatally shot yesterday by Henry Taylor.
Taylor had been , arrested f,or drunken
ness by' Ollnt. Af1r the trial two men
went to' A store for aigars. While Offut's
back was turned, Taylor shot him three
times in the back. Taylor was arrested.
Detroit, Mich., August 20. In the
Greenback State convention this morn
ing, after a heated discussion, a resolu
tion in favor of fusion was adopted.
The platform adopted reaffirms the Na
tional platform. It commends Gen.
Butler's letter as worthy of hearty en
dorsement at the polls; deplores the
! condition ot the
mftnilf jart.jirincr mar.
cantile. producing and laboring classes nave "yed neither far nor frequently.
which is attributed to the contraction
of the volume of money and to excess-
; ive taxation.
j Bismark, Dak., Aug. 20. If has
, rained steadily and hard for twenty
! four hours. The reports from the. west
! show much damage. At BelfielcL one
hundred miles west, the crops were en-
ization and its campaigns in said dis-. tireiy destroyed by iiail, and at Little
trict. ; Missouri, it is reported that eleven miles
4th. The Central Executive Com- ; of railroad track were washed out. No
mittee shall have power to establish all j bail fell at Bismarck, but a steady fall
needful rules and regulations to carry of rai. Harvesting is about finished
out the objects of this organization. j and will be damaged but little.
Speeches were made by Mr. Shaw, of Paris. Aug. 20. There were four
Chowan, Brown, of Beaufort, Oak- j deaths .from cholera at Marseilles last'
smith, of Carteret, and others. The j night and one death at Toulon. The
following names were reported by the j public health of the latter city has im-
' The report that cholera had appeared
at Dunkerque, in the department of Du
Nord, is denied.
i "Cf -' i CARRIES tllZ"
ZUTffest Stock of Floor, -Meats, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses,
, j. Bjrnpa, Snuff and Tobacco
Krtr brovgfct to T w Bora. N ia stock :
" 500; Barrels Flour,
40 Syrupa and Molasses,
BM(kt at lowest cofc prie. aad will be vli at tame.
w . Brlclt Bulldlaff, Middle Street. beloTr South Front, n
r ' 1 1
A4 wUI Mtiiily taw Mao fa tk ntln j rtmmm Im m moaikt. An?
pmia wW U1 Imkm t TV1 bJcS ! I to tt rka. mt te retsrd to wand
t im. If llt to MCMa. Ia Wmato C plr tkmam Fill b no aqajO.
rJli'" ttltm T tt-T " ' 'r,-mm-r j Sold Tr7-hcr.
mwmmm " trr S4 tm Cli ! ft . L a JOUNSw CO . rt-c-n Mxiu
CV. ltn. Bnxvrhltl. Xrarml
KiM. Unnaiuin. JOH V)M A ye.
I'T KB klKlMKJIT , md gr.-m.ii
AMIMt. N4 VHI pniUr .-r. mn rwi
wm mi IM- lariHr&SUL: MiAl v.: air.;
mmm mm Arm lm Vvm 1 .jmuli ft c1i-t;.
fmwoi Uim curt
(TUl tmmmmmMm. IM11 u 1(1 frr-
hm sy M ItA. Mm. iul
of national prosperity: the .lbihty
to work constitutes the c.inital. ii:. 1
j the wage of l;lor, the nice me . ,:
the vast number of our j .oj.nl.it i.-i..
and thi.s interest .shnn'.l Ih' p :i
ousj.protoctoil. (ur urki::;r
an? not asking inn eax.n 4 iiie :i..'.i.l
gence, luif are intelligent .in .1 :.. .'.-.'.
citizens They seek the - ri,e ,-,-.
suleration which t h..se .I. i.i ! i, .
.hare other inters!- .it -t .U. .
They shon lil ieee:e ; ik-m :u!I h.n.
of the e.ire ,iu'l ;i T r . i : ' i -: i
who n i.ike .ite! e r i ; . : : - .. .
the eii'I tli.it t 1- n . 1 1 - - ', . . r . ; .
ol empiiij i'is .mil i i ii '.
alike lie Mili-e; .-.!.
lcr;ty ot the e.eii.ri . ; ia- . i
lierttae "I both, U- .;:. i. -
telatllip: to till- Mll.MT-. -a e
fhoill.l nut ih.cour.iee . .
tlHIl Ol' thoc win. eo;i:e . .
edge ;lllegi.i:ie.' to e:n ... :.
anil ail.lto i: l . t i ; .. '
yet, :is il ;ne.Ui o; p: . : ' :
workingnieti. a .!. :Vr: e: : :. . - .
prevail conceri. ::i ' ; 1
they come or i-i. -.
I.imi. ilo "t !!:.',. I
Amei ic.m bi
compete n . ' ii :.. '
to our ii.-i.i
I u ti. I.-- i ; e '
nation ' i: . tV.. ' '
T i e : 1 1 1 ; -, . . '....ii . ; - . !
loi 1. 'U ; n g -: a' em .-:. ' .
il ,l e t e.i . ! . ! .1 . i !.i-r.-. ' '.
.nit 'VIVM- . '!!: !'e ... .:
for the oilice of Vice-President of
the Tinted States. May I repeat
what. I ..id on another occasion,
that it i-i a nomination which I
neither expected nor desired, and
M t I recognize aud appreciate the
lnv.ii lienor done me by the con
vention. The choice of such a
liodi . pronounced with such unusual
unanimity and accompanied with
so geiieious an expression of esteem
and conli. lence, ouht to outweigh
all u.iTeiy personal desires and
. I my own. It is with
ind 1 trust also from a
of public duty, that I
the nomination, and
t he 1 1 1. lament of my
I have examined
.e deel II ;i I l"'.l of plill-
i'-. the convention, a
'. i ' 1 ; -ii Inn i t ed to inc.
. sii'ii -itol siili-t.nice I
'f-e iiei .ipniove the
; e 11 i -el V . 1 1 1 .
A . 1 I 1 .N I K 1 ' K s.
I . Yi!a. I'll. iii
. 1 ;!!. Seel et.il V.
. 'urn m i 1 1 ee ol
'el. ocr;l t lc I'nlr
pi elel elli.'i's
But while tho representatives of
Cuba have proved themselves un
able to affect anything iu the way
of relieving the island from the in
tolerable exactions of the mother
country, the Spanish Government
have at last been forced to yield.
They have remitted some export
! taxes on Cuban produce. The
! menace of a new insurrection has !
j been bandied about pretty lreely ol i brought by a candidate for the Prei
j late in the loyal circles of Cuba, I dency. Its precipitation is extraordin
I and it appears that its echoes have i ary. The grounds on which it is brouSht
reached the Government offices in
counties for the General Committee.
viz.: Beaufort, Geo. II. Brown, jr.:
Carteret, Wm. ;F. Howland: Gates, L.
8. Smith: Hertford, B. B. Winborne:
Hyde, J. M. Watson; Martin, Wm. L.
Morton; Pamlico. W. T. Caho; Perquim
ans, Dr. David Cox; Pitt, Henry Skin
ner; Tyrrell, Jos. A. Spruill; Washing
ton, S. B. Spruill. jr. The members
from Camden, Chowan. Cuirituck, Dare
and Pasquotank are yet to be reported
to Secretary Frank Vaughan, and added
to above list.
After the usual complimentary votes
to its officers, the convention adjourned
sine die. A general feeling of harmony
prevailed. The Blaine Libel Suit.
The suit ordered by James G. Blaine
against the Sentinel is an entertaining
one. It is the first of the kind ever
Turning' Over the Dusty Pares of the
Editor Jouekal: From Smiths Creek
to Pamlico the hand of progress has
wrought its changes, but most notioer
able is tbe Neuse river light bouse sub'
stituting the old Point of Marsh light
boat, and the placing of beacons to mark
out the shoals whose whereabouts were
formerly guessed at by the white caps
of the breakers upon them. ,
At Pamlico there has been the great
est change, in a quarter of a century, of
any place in this changeful Section
within that time. A solitary dwelling
and a small farm has been ensngsd into
a thriving and pushing village. 'And
where the old proprietor was buried, as
he wished, beneath the shade of a lone
live oak, that he might rest Bear the
scenes of his lifetime, in an awful soli
tude, there is to-day the largest ceme
tery in all the neighborhood: and the
old man's solitude has been exchanged
for the hum and bustle of a flourishina
town. And tradition tells as that right
about the spot upon which Dsu s mill
now stands, was the first- shapel ever
built in that section, which was for the
services of either the Chursh of England
or its oiispring tne Protestant ttpiscopa
Church in this country. ' The site has
long been known as Chapel Point, and
nut tew nave ever taken tne pains, to en'
quire when or why Chapel became at
tached to it, not it m most likely -te hare
been as indicated above,, belonging to
the Church of England, and fell -into
disuse during the stormy days of the
-American revolution, or the period
which followed it, before the Protest
ant Lpiswpai unnroh bad recovered
from the shock of those excitisg tines.
Here is the centre of ail the progress
on tne creek, oecanse nere tae loemen
come, to sell their krs, and here the
tnriity citizen comes to get the lumber
to Duna new nooses, or which a great
hum bar dot. the shore on either sids
and here too lively trade is carried on
in an tne commodities oi she vicinity
eimer ior casn. or Darter, u -,v''-ti: 1 s
. But the boys bare come for. us.. The
boat is at the landing; and as a stiff
breese' disputes our passare wd"' will
leave tne village and start for the old
homestead where at onr last visit we
-spent the night before- the gubernatorial
election in August,, I860, bad, hurried to
the polls in the morning to vote for
jonn-rooi, wno aiea the nmtaay of my
present visit, in the city of Washington
ana to wnose memory we can only say
Kequwscat en "pact; Over the waters
that ws are now. rowing, I bare many a
time . passed Deiore, with ait honored
father and mother, to the- old ."meeting
house" to. "preaching". ' And 1ck; and
many a time on pleasure bent, with no
such restraints as those good people ex
ercised, over our ' exuberant uniritBi
There is the "Lomt.-Foisis.! Persimmon'
Tree," Barnfield'' and Graveyard"?
lanaings, just as tner wee ' save the
changes wrought i by iheJiand of. time
alone. But the old house is cone and a
new one in its place, and there sits two
oia people in the piazza with '-"silver
threads among the gold'',;with a whole
some set of young men and maidens
grown up around them, nd , are now
pleasantly enjoying tne evening ot are;
beneath their own vine and fig tree,
frOm beneath whose friendly shads they
are flimsy. The manner of its bringin
makes it an attempted injunction a
! threat by implication against anv
The probable intent of this late printing by the press of the current
act of the Spanish Cabinet is to in-1 scandal concerning his private life. A
.luce the nl inter-- of CiiIia to make ' readingof the editorial sued upon shows
dace the planters ol uuba to make tha(. the ch of niaUce u ridiculous.
sugar out ol the present Standing Xhe rep0rts it referred to ure not onlv
crop. But the appareut concession , common talk thrououghout tbe country,
will deceive very few. There is no I but have heretofore also been printed,
assurance given 'to the planters that j Th article really constituted but an in
thedutv now remitted may not be uiry- Does Mr. Blaine shrink from
newspaper investigation in his private
imposed again alter the crop has : record-j Was he SUre when ordering
been harvested. Besides, Cuban i the legal action that it would be de
sugar cannot compete in Europe i termmed before election day? Could
with licit nmilimpfl from the lippf. I he not have found a speedier way for
end the low rates rnlme- in our proving the reports
in ai kets offer
There is absolute
little inducement to
l..i ( 'ii
if t h" i
ong ;is she belongs to
is going down hill at a
pace. The thorough
land is close at hand.
!': -aa. T ill 11'
A, 1 he
mwt HENS LAY
: , it I m tmmmmmtv im mm Ml I nor.iiuf w
CISICllEfl CHOLERA, ISSSnUm
t m s sr fti t
r ' mm..n -sft tmwm osss
- .(,. i as r uimtm 'm C mm4 n
banr . lm tV : r utl. UJU.
t as b ercvi
.-mS. 1-4 C Sl 9 1
STEAM KNGINKS AM) BOILKKS
y ' Georgia Cotton Gins, 1'eeders and Condensers.
Ltrmmaa Cotton Gla, Sif Feeder and Condenser,
wltb TstcBt Sutiouirr IWatrr, which reiiiorr thao 1 sod iu. from t!.-- i.r.i.
" v ttel with A JjnaUbU Sol Board.
The Monarch Cotton Pre, the bt hand prv.- (ut made.
S.W Call n4 sxaiauM smafle mavkines. Prices very low.
' ; . ' - . GEO- ALLKW & CO-
ll!. I b.
i. icl. It
ol the .,!.:
v ; . 1 . .i : !,
cs.en t i.i 1 ;
der of tin
com in u ii it . M : .
between proper sul)ects
inentral control and tho.M-
can be moro fittingly left
V. A A
- 1 1 o -A
i m. il
. ; to
or. York Badly Takca Down.
In the discussion at Kind's creek on
Tne-uay. Dr. 'ork had the wind com
p, Lelv taken out of Wis sail by a little
Wilkes countryman. Tbe "muleback"
.'uididate w aSUsistf HJricks with
I h i- p.. wr. pHrfSj ai vils of wrath
r ! Uuperation on the Indiana states
ii, .ii. wIihii a little .Wilkes county Dem
. . i t Lack in the crowd asked him if he
i: iri't vote f r Hendricks in ?G. York
v. completely nen-phiSKod. At first
!; at'empteJ to deny voting for him but
a t tt-r .-. pi i nil i p. aicl tu if-timr s ii,l he
"leckoneil if Heiiilricks was on the
with TiMen lie msvbe voted for
!::.!. " .. ; :. I 7i n-n iclr.
' lie ( upirar In L xico.
. I.- i i. Allium '-'e. Late special
,i Ivi, from the t'i'.y of Mexico to the
. if -ay that the authorities
! ;. il.at any conspirators have been
-Si. t. iiwr.il 'liavarca is to be sent to
;r ,,t n. Ktreme secrecy is niain-
! i y the authorities regarding the
trial ..'.I . 1 :-po-.itieii ot the jirisouers.
Iiie '..'.-. i Iliciully publishes the full
rev..! ut:.. nary proclamation seized at
J. i .Ian s i. use. There are many strong
ji.'ir.t.- in it against tlie existing admin
itr.ili -m The coi:r-pircv had not suf
liciein hacking to warrant an insurrec
ti.'ii and c.aild not have suceeded in
any event for lack of men and money.
Tic t asiness situation is duller than
c r le tore known here.
A Kinaw'ay Th.vI.v. On August
' n -.-.-tion t? of a fr.-iglit train on
lie- Richmond and Danville Railroad,
while standing on the track at Salis
1 ury during the absenJe of the engineer
and conductor, ran away and struck
section 1. twenty-five minutes ahead,
knocking five cars off the track and
smashing the engine. Conductor A. B.
White was injured, it is thought fatally.
the reports against him un
founded if unfounded thev be? The
truth is, Mr. Blaine, under tho mask of
inviting, is fighting investigation, lie
invokes the tardy processes of civil la.c
by an action intended to deter the piv-s
from discussing his private life. II"
calls electricity to his aid to hurry the
suit for frightening other papers 1 rom
exposing him. It is a proceeding worlhy
of the man who stole the Mulligan ! ;.-terse-
I ltd iaiuioli? Sentinel.
Bread 1'!-om -U.
Vanhadia. 111.. Aug. 10. It is six
weeks since rain has fallen in this sec
tion. Corn tields present a most pitia-
Berun, Aug. 20. The North German
1 Gazette holds that the British govern
j ment is responsible for the attempts
which have been made to hamper and
seal up the German colony at Anqury
. Pequina, and says it is displaying a
spirit of mean unfriendliness towards a
Losdon, Aug. 20. A dispatch from
Pekin to the Times says that France has
reduced the indemnitv demanded of
China to 200,000,000 francs. The French
minister has been ordered to withdraw
if payment is refused.
Hocsto.v, Aug. 21. The entire session
last night of tlie Democratic State Con
vention was occupied in balloting for
Superintendent of Education. At mid
night it adjourned until this morning.
On reassembling this morning Presi
dential electors were chosen as follows:
At Large Judge Silas Hare, of Gray
son county, -and John H. McClary, of
Marseilles, August 21. The report
of the ravages of the cholera during the
last twenty-hours in the southern depart
ments of France is as follows: Herault,
U deaths: (lard. 5 deaths: Aude. deaths:
Eastern Pyreueso, 16 deaths.
Washington, D. C, Aug. il. The
secret service division is iu possession
of a new counterfeit 10 note. The note
is on the Third national bank of Ciucin- J
nati. Ohio, and made'its appearance in !
that city Monday night. It is of the
series of 1 with brown or chocolate
colored hack. The vignettes ok the face
of the note have a very coarse, scratchy
appearance, but the back is well exe- ;
cuted and calculated to deceive. (
L"WEl.r Mass.. August 21. The'
manufacturing companies of Lowell are i
to shut down work during the week j
commencing September 1st. by reason
of the accumulation of goods and low '
Kansas ( 'nv, Aug. 21. In the Oreen
backers" t (.invention yesterday, after a
long discussion, a resolution was adopt
ed arraigning the Democratic party for
its failure to remjrrii'.e the ipieslion of
prohibition, and declaring that the pn
v. i y
hie sight, especially those plantei
Some tf the eajjy planted look
well, tint three-fourths of the a.
was feede-w late.
Hii.Ls.r.oi.0. 111.. Aug. l'J
drought is doing great damage
corn crop. No rain has fallen b
eral weeks, and vegetables of
kind are drjing up. Water f,.r
is scarce in seme local:;.. .-. and i i
turns are parching.
IL.nv !:'.. 111.. Aug. iti- 'iht
week has been vci v div and hot.
-houtrof r.iu would n t cm.- anc
The weather now i- m...-t I "a v T. i . ! '
corn, and the crop i h! I nig .-ut 1:1 a mo
encouraging manner. In the s. uti .
part of this county tlie ,- i-.i i- "iiriTig
some, but not to such an . xiinta-;
create s.'riou n alarm.
M'-GiiKoo):. Ia . Aug.- Tii . mue!
needed raiu for coi n cauie . !. !
a:.d has accomplished gr, at ;..Pnll-
all crojis not i- y. g,,; i., . .
but fro.-t or hail can preve
lion of Iowa having an u:.u
crop of corn this season.
Waiiash. Ind.. Aug. p.i.
mercury at "i ; tK. s',.:!lj,
-utfering for want of rut:-.
(TN' INNaTI. Aug. I'.i lie
southern Ind iana and Ohio a
Kentuckv for the pa-: .-i x weeks ha
been phenomenal I:: u o -st loealiii,-;
short corn crop is assured,
are almost a failure. g-:.-s
tinder, and farmers !i an! v. -:! r i ;.g
distances for stoek. Wi'Lina r.d,::-d
H'O miles the rain-fai i c : a :.:!' i.. -
beeu three-tenths of an
Warm times with tic .-trikuv ..!
miners in Pennsylvania. ljetectivis
are swearing in assistants to aid in mak
ing arrests, and trouble is anticipated.
. ! lh
la ! t
on Hincndment slioiih
i tho popular vote.
c3. (a. AugHst j 1
' Hftti oVwrpia regim
Ml . i:prri i ,t i
m 1 1" o
u bm it -
en rre, (
. a g i r. :
l .1 I o-
But now we wish with the poe to say!
Backward! turn backwasd, oh time in
thy flight; ,; ,.' " '
Make me a child again, just for to-night;
Mother 1 come, back from the . echoless
shore, ' ": 1 i' "'V
Take me to thy heart again, at of yore. "
There is the old hand:toill, the old
woolen wheel, the old table, the old
mantel-piece, a reverence for which In
spired the owner to preserve it, beneath
which "we children''. all used to keep a
reeord of our height and test our memo
ries as to when each could first reach
the molding on it; and-who could re-.
member when they could .stand. under
neath the lower ledge. These are all
preserved In a condition, that sarries us
back so perfectly to childhood hours
that we even doubt the truthfulness of
the old mirror when it seems to say "-look
upon this picture and then upon that "and
reveals the fact that we have .changed
even more than they. Just to the East
rests the hallowed ashes ef father.
mother and sisters in the sacred spot
Known aa "tne grave yard, "over which
huge pines have cast their cooling shades,
sounded daily requiems, and dropped
their annual offerings of straw and
burrs for half a century, and in which
noble service the black gums have taken
part and changed their hue froni green
to purple and shed their rich fruit in
annual regularity and faithful continu
But it is in the family circle that the
change is most notable: the inant whose
presence was of only a "few days' dura
tion when I last visited 'this place, is
now. a stout young man full of vigor.
And, best of all, when we assemble
around the family altar he appears ts
conduct family warship, and ip humble
and fervent voice presents our petitions
to the Throne of Grace; thus filling the
number of three generations that have
led us at the same devotion, father, son
and grandson, each ra their course,
wjthin a period of forty years.
Of five who had spent. their childhood
in sporting around these grounds, three
are present and one sleepe peacefully
between father and mother in the silent
tomb, while the fifth, and oldest, is in
a distant county, and a letter from him
serves as u faint substitute for his genial
presence. Taking a lingering look at
the things and scenes of the prcsr, we
grasp the satchel and are off for the
duties, pleasures and sorrows of the
event ful rcsent. C
Snpposfld to be CheUra.
CiileAoo, August 20. A dispatch to
the iMiilij Neu-K from Des Moines, Iowa,
says: Cartrell. a village t 250 inhabi
tants, in VanBuren county, is being
scourged by a very fatal disease which
is believed to be a violent type of grey
or bloody flux, though some of the
physicians pronounce it cholera. Tlie
disease comes on with cramps, succeed
ed by bloody discharges and spasms.
Deaths are one in every four attacked.
Thirty-two persons were ik Monday.
Ten deaths had occurred. Thre died
Monday ninht. two children and one
obi lade. The disr-aitt U lasen increas
ing for llif past two w.V. At Wilton.
FOR TKI Ci tf
DOSE. To in,, i r . r
tit gently, 3 m 4
thorough! i, 4 ( t
cTr't t . i
pmpcr i.e e. ,
'.For Constipation, or (.i.
MOMdr Is ss elTectlTa & A;
TUtj iasva "regular dlly -.
tora tba fcowala to heniliiy re,
- For, Indlg-aatlon, or Dyj i t ,
PTt.tJarAfmrft1iint.lM ftn,la,,,r., r. .
, 'Heart-burn, to of A i
ftotnnch, Xlatulenr-, HiiO,.
. achsr Nmubneaa, Ktuira, ai c s
saj orad by Arxs's riai .
- laLlTcrConiiilKlnt, rnhnx :
'Sod ftTaoadlaa, Ayku's I'n i
, f Ten In dotes Urge e u!i i
liee and txnrelt, and remov .
-AJa cleansing medlrtue io t. .
' !r.Pll are unequalled
- V Worms, caused ty a mcri i ,
' the bowels, are eiinli.,! 1 i
.' t'' Eruptions, rUln ! . .
t tbe result of In,! , . n . r
sored by tlie use of A if u
iJ Vor Colds, take Ami s i
' , She pores, remore luflitmt,
' and allay the Inter.
j''Sr IHarrtMB and I ).y i a
sadden solds, lodlgestilile f.w-t, . : .
'- piLss are tbe true renxs.;..
V?; Khenroatlsm, Cont,
r 8olatles,0Ilu result from : ; -
. nest, or Soldi, aud d.. ; . ,.r , , i
.jtlw eanss by tbe use or An
' ' TnitinrB. tiro..,. Kl.h.. . r
; Sod; otber disorders esojo il i . ,
otstmctlon, are cured ly -
, Suppression, and ralnful !
.tloa, bave s aofe aud ru,!j r-
Fuji dJreetkmt, In Tarloos U
sompaoy aacli package.
Of.' J, C. Ay e p i Co. . Low ' "
r, it , ,-.i,. . "
vX ' r iV - 80,4 J 0 r-t
v,Wft Professional C.
itjU -chas. n. r:;:.
XT T O It N K Y - A '"
-T cV'f '..'.KKIiA S SVU.I.K. iv.
Practices In thi Vuni !. r.r I m
Craven, A.nen en. 1 1 iiimmv.
-ollepiwn or Claim n ..t!i. '1
CurreHpon.usuce auii. iir.l.
y'V. n. telllt:
f jfiLttornoy -ri i -1 y.
pfpf & fOI.E,Ot- K S V II. I . ( ,
. . '. . - . . - JTsinwa ,. 1. 1
Will prartloln theOourUf r.oi,
Onmow and Craven.
Hpecie.1 attentlnu Klvn toU 0.1
clalma, ana settling euii ol ic , ,
sons,- ,,.: . .
Wm: J. CL A3 :
i ATTOKXEY AT L.V
Practises In the rvmrta or ihi n, ,
Hyde. Jones. Lenoir. rml.- 1,1,
counties: Also In the CniWeU t :,.. -Mew
Collect.lWn of mutmpti'i vm-.-i
claims aenlnat vessels a ii: .
.Offloc four doors alKive iisu.n 1 '. 1
U J. Moobjc. , , -; 1 wk. K ( I a
ATTQENEYS AT LA.
'. '. '"'. -Vow 11.... ' IT
Will nsojrtla Infhl r.,nr r.r t . . ,
Ven. Greene. Hvde. Jiiupi. Um,,. .
Also in me Bopreme court M lac,
the United fttalM llenru mt Nw . . . ..
- SW-CollsjeUhs' a Specialty. r '-
OKOKOS V-STlOWfl,- ' , DAKIFT, tr. , i r
BaielBh, N. C. ' Kl..i.....
. v-STEOffO & PEnnr,
' : " KINSTOIS. If. c.
ITTORmt' iTL COUXSELLCr.S iT L '.
Having- formed a conartneraMp f -
practice of tbelawln Jonenoount ,
larly attend tbe courts of the suiuo. i
attention paid to collect inns.
jnoyia-dwtC- i BliiONa A Tl .....
FHII HOlXAKn, JB, . ' OWSM TI. I
HOLLAND & GUI0:;
Attorneys ot jL- '.
Offlne on CravSn SU, lira doors above 1 :
WUI practloo in the Knntles nt f-rH.
Jones, Onslow, Carteret, htmlloo al I,. r
iTompt attention paid U collections.
t - -.v ,-f pri4l-dwlT. r i
. " -:: v,;i.:'T,t - " '
'. M. siVoxaUi;.V)-V ' ' etEHSKT aiKir.
SIMMONS & 11 All LY,
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW.
WUI nrscttcsln thsOonrta of Craven. Jnnct.
Onslow. Owteret. IVralloo. It,olri.d ):v,i,.
and In the Federal Court at New Jrue.
xebttawl v ; , ; ,
DR. J. D. CLAHK,-
DEPTl'ltSiT, ' "
c, ' SBW1BRI. ST. C.
Office on craven axreet, bctweea rollook
and Broad. ' J .i Sprri-dAwly
DR. G. L. SHACKELFCr.D.
nrgeo n. ';,'! entist
NEWBEBir, H. c. v , ,
Office on Middle street, over Miss Kate Car.
raw.ij- H Millinery Mtore, opposit itapust
Ten Yeare Prweilcsdl Btxper1ss.es, -
seplttdAWly . . . .
wixA,nrT)iL,ros. - 1 .
Mt 1 u... tl 4 ttl Ml...
WiHHl'a 1-1b Relief, ST. ctsJ' f" ''
lli.r Nol.le's Heal Ins riyrap.Uota. .
live miles west, one death turn occurred
uhich physicians aseril to cholera.
Th" n-'igh liorho. . I is not in the liiual
1 1 ie- of t ravel .
ii,; iia'-' ! 1 : e
in 10) bv
: .-I i
1 allicr ! ! !
poor wearied wife
t a Iter nigh t nursi ng
ring from lhat night
and horror t.
,1 hale a bottle
i n any
was 1 1
! . -, i
i .. ! 1- i:
ii ia i lie
: -; 1 ,.i,
il as D
l' -A -
: v. er had been read im;
that the Irish
1 gi dug for Ulaine.
Iwavs been liberal m his
.thllien.' classes of citizens.
: it would he a good stroke iil
take a vote of the Marshall
io!ie excursionists who were
i'..r.s the fir-t of la-1 week,
hive the proof positive that
th case. The vote was ac
ken on the train as they left.
It stood 117 for Cleveland anil 7 for
Ulaine. The result was discouraging to
the missioBary of the Gazette, and that
paper neglected to publish it. Waterloo
Ill I ' .tl.o
11 1 as he
.bu-e ..f b
'. -lice ;.
ir,l ing ta
the little i .lies
flnd to ch: I-
irenls. i lt.'i I'.
Taylor's ( 'hern
Keni.-dy of Sweet !nm and Mnl
an iin.loubtvd croup prevent -
an 1 cure for I 'ougbs. ('olds,
.oping Cough. Consumption, and
lung and bronchial troublos.
i 2"eti. and 51.00. This with
Higgers' Southern Remedy, an
cipially eilicacious remedy for ('ramp.
Colic. Diarrhea. Dysentery, and chil
dren u If . ring from the elfwcts of te. th
ing, presents a little Medicine Chest n
household should be without, for the
speedy lela l of sudden and dangerous
attacks of the lungs and bowels. Ask
vour druggists for them. Manufactured
bv Walter A. Taylor. Atlanta, (ia., pro
prietor of Taylor's Premium Cologne,
auglo d wl m
ley Hoe., si.oa.
II,.- relief ol I'A I N and cur Of KHEl'l
MATIHM, etc - -
H ImmiI.i they are all sood. and I know Wis
are Kor Kale t W K PALMEU'S Cigar, To
bare... and CnnfertVmerjr Htoro, next door lo
the corner of Honth Kron and Middle sis.
N.-w llerne, N. C C.-fl. A.
ALSO, von can and eool and dellrtoni Hnna
Wnifi . ilnuiT Ale., and Deep Rook Water, t
.trln k . Kln.-Ht. ("iRars vo smoke, and fine
I obiic, -.. to chew. KALUE MICciAL. VWkJt
,iiii h I or Hinrerlug humanity, , . "
W. 1 PAJLICKR.
Middle Street, Newber& N.CV
DEALER IJf 'I .
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ;
BOOTS. SHOES, CLOTflraO,,El; f
K. nl f..r the DlAMONDBHlltT" taUMra.
.Irlwl ll.im, Laundrled ILJ4,
An.l iiie ... ichiaied Warner's CoruilnsCoraot.
1'rlce SUM. ... , :
1 full ii-.. of (icnie', Indies' and Children's
I nl.rellr,l.lllsL,lnen.0110loMlandPape .
Cllai v Mini . -iki.. Milk and Llnea HaJMlke.
ichu-fB, all kln.la of lienu , Ijadlee' and CUII
.li. n sHaiul ami Machine Made Niowa, Hutt
bet cioats, I lata and sh.wi, Iid toe' Cloaks an4
Jackcti., iuhI i vi-iyUiIngusuiiUy kept In saral c
cIiish l)r 1 lixwls Htore. . ..
ASA JONES.1 V "
Middle si,. o. HapllslCkurek ,'
I n lines' Sure Cure Mouth Wash and
Dent if rice is an infal lible cure for I' Ice
rate.i Sore Throat. Iileeding (Jums. Sore
Mouth and Ulcers. Cleans the Teeth
and keeps the (Junis healthy aud puri
ties the breath. Prepared solely by
Drs. J P. & YV. R. HOLMES, Dentists.
102 Mulberry street. Macau Georgia, i
For sale by R. N. Dutfy, New Berne, N. I
C, and all Druggists and Dentists.
THE Hl'OT. "
V. S. MACE "8 is the place'
For goods in the Druggist lins '' 1 . r;
lie also keeps Hardware in heap, I
With Cauvas, Rope and Trlnev - : ,"
All this is true, and much morv too.
If you will find the "Spot,'- ' ,
(His goods are cheap as apy keep '
The place ig Market Dnclf, . '