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f-r r-l ootum, ;A f"f ' 1
hot 'o-n t'HM- hlMw.. T-.- (.
Ft iLa f niht
:tr mabai bi '
WMUt H n I 1
sua ah.i d'uiiait aititrid in
".. ii04 h '.nHiMa'"
ir I. "'"ho- (Via, " U
W)Cii"r:n4t a ' : auturoo.al !tf 'h
knowa r. t ii'n nor Yiian tvi her.
aadi in th r -pat rrnbi Haail.
II wiltti wo fnm l tf TaT.or 'a
tmrit in Utm Ja)cm.nJUa Mn pi-v.-w
hitswif rtghl bofot th pteoyt: Dr.
HaakiOA. that omjufw Jooattt. ia m
nt for ta ain.
kha Dy of A lanpiCt, " Oat llor o .fun w -r t.- a: t
l)Htui4fr Bni. wtU ba ck-mal aoaj no' .j.pr.. ,-. ur 2o.l jvi.'.
hmuMM U b twiMCtU by Ihrm ,-i:,k-nlu. m Uu;
nv.pW wUI piMUolic. .l..!lUiton Ka Kn,
Pavraua BallftseK Co. Prcmtii.- u .n -.rouh rp.;r. il- b.i
r Cr4j an J trv awTfcaU Doct P"rkiCTn .jT,hr of tr--a ,-.
' aW qiita rtamboymM a)ar Uttt week ' I
Jom.NAL. TWr d-'O-X faaeT U Ui of j yr R r Ktho-hl, u,n
- MMltC wiw . -r,i-, -
TbvfnaUM UtmU Xx Lockwood
ImuI x)ptn4t tra MniwUM lor tit
, rwialaa7 of tW Cautt4 8ttK on til i
'"-ftU uckot.' wm Uwu to soorptiag.
. alw waa eomrWlM u ad ail ah wm over
- U;MroU. XoatwtMSWtiUlaooar
. Bally Ji JT
kiulana kad 1
. . aa tf tat Of that Datnornaid eaadidat
- faiU bt th coajurauoa a tun wort
wf ad h wUcJtokia tta twrrvr.
; al. C Carter. Ta-.ct L Crax
IkaKiaetymUAt Sunday and Motaday
daaronag to rf juat Uie-trowbJea lVMrtt
-. . kuCf d Ut. Cot. OoUi t wttocdftfa
Kapobilcaa caadtdatoa for tbhMrimU
, r tarw. It ta -rtkai that will T
ttra. ao U Dr. fiaekioa haa to bring it
khMt br twJmtotw
TW wm tf &ht mom that paa
aaitira ao th Oraia frocn (SistLhilaM
.' W Suoday. to wkiah pia.ola ao4 knt-rea
-wwf froery oad. Oaa ma bad bH
aatM Uroaxb ktm kaad, "wbicO aid no,
how are r. itrwraat horn from contioaaioc
'- hia way i Uw . wmp-ai aifntt. whxla
a-ranU rrea! had csta, Ut ara o
eosaMarad daaaroaMi. .
; fotr tha Lrwtaiatatairvin Laoair caty
ia fall of fua ! J haaioc. Vfaa
ha fcaaxdJ th u i- W. GraftT, Dan. i.
! Taylor aad J. C CUrtt wvra all eaatlt-
- alacva for tha namat ffara. h- warat. a
Brar. Rabbi'' otiow da, "away, all
loaM by hlMaalf. ' h h (J a Ltl AO
" tt. tel k coatdtv!t US hwnjarT.
Tba "P'at " iCIaHun wer b.r-iled
a to CaLimitr 1 ia TburadAf.
. eharyaaj wta piacaaf Itia fc n d a
.. rw arvAiaaa yewir.(j an-d althajwh
. tbary warw ualy aia'j to ewo fair
Jala at Mto x anir a,,lw, th Lord
' Uaytt adotawai taam trI-7 "bhth
crltwa and Baa4aiaaaiM " aad dwaaaed
1 m iloilar fnm each on for b hungry
I "Ar lha caniiJat to Laao rvcaty
' fax lha Mock Law or adaatv hV tw tha
qoaatio m batuitf aai by th pan
. aacyto tn t cotaatry. la tha aorta
roaoal or " at?" waa on a aakrai. af a
txmatry cho.J 'toa.k-r. . "OHJ I "to act
- particular. " waa to rwpy. -tona lUea
it nxaad aad anaaa Llea M flat. - 1 Itwch
eitker way." Oat caixiiaUlaa ara rary
aaoeth to h 9rt that acboot taachar.
' fhilto tayturwaa Iwfora JuKtia W.
C rwida laat WadaaacUv. Charyad with
lha burning of Jam WtUtotaa' ttwvr
lioc hra M(Mat yaara afa. II eoa
tmmm tm luata m fir to thw hoatva at
. . to rawc ( mm Craem Strand who
ai4 him Arc Ur to wnmik th
, orUntv Ha wiad pralirainary eTtami-natji-aa
n i waa cuauaiUCai to atl to
await UUI at tf.0 x ttrta ear
Bupariof CjarW ' , ? - -
' . That XTbIicait Aad) Dacaocraiid alao
tora fnr thia dwartct had a gout aadieoar
laac Hatat day at SLOrom. -whava thay
. apokaota th aalijticai wan-a ef tha day.
' Tha aiatbtUa? ara coraJ OtttaJ is fVd partt
aoai aararythiaa T ' . tfy.
Each (pamkrr fatfy Hluliil luaraaaarv
i friaada. ahil it mwt ba aajd Mr.
WlQiaaao got buar tuuaiioa frota
tha Damocrau tbaa thry aauaily giva
. BapttUwaa apwdtrrs. iW traktr
ara wail matchad, dittews th iajuea
with attach atnUty an t fairoawa. aad
wha thay aav wiU baa fT 3ct
with thair kararvra. It ia to b bcpd alt
caadtdaW woaldl Imilato tha gentla
tnaaty HjU thaa yoaanjT man appeir
barfora tha pawtfto and gtra their
Tltrwa of the piJtticul tTir of th
eoontry. U woaKI alata th rhsrv--twt
ot Hump paaaktny and tt"rw coaft
deac in potitiotl d iae tauatooa, which the
daaaattotroua of thacmatry hare almost
- entrlT deattrnyed. Tha di.-ui.in x
Satfarday ia a hiarbtawar of jtwd for the
Mi uf North Carolina, and i: i
Maitl W ttow u cimiinx inm 4nr
uaV ai aaar tha Ssal
Tba W!w Fort eoturvd camp tnwtm,
a boa &a mtiar bekrw Kiuxioo oa trve
towvrTraaC raaJ bad a bi day laat ;
SaadaTT t to etimaiel that between .
ta anal thraa thtfojaari paa7I ware .
preaaat an that day. Th t:u from
Kew Barna bcuaubt as a good erow.i. ;
a-hiIthaSaiahal4lTa.a bro,ht do n (
a Tery larga ami Chtojt crowd The
.rxatrtoia wara brJd to tha fifim air. un ,
derthaatodaoi heavy oaka and pine). ,
r trnr tha ar reajl ica 6f pr.aial wor-
,N(c. whaa - . "
fba truT Wtrn O -d a lirl temp. e
F-ra txa Uarned to haw the Uaft
Ow toy tha aixiMtraa."
Uera thia aunpW peand. aa the hic.
tlnAforty yaara aa, tnet Ut Sunday tc
w orahlp, to faith aad la fear cf a judg
aara. naet sitcta aunuav w
tnaotto coiaa. ' Utatt Maker and thetr
Oaw. Mry whlca paopU ware pxeaoot
aa t ieMwa xrvatly to aay tba pr.
kaiias. Amooc laaay froaai KiruataT.
roaticatvj oaar porUy Thow Chow
ix-i-jyTUijt ptxjiriTliy a dataoo br.-h
aJ aarmiaa' mCloanUy puxxa and hap
jpr for hiapi,t So to tut in the ajn -j
:Mj4 araoaa af euofaaioa
V Aad erraxura cooapLir.t
I How swaat to ray wul
. -.- lacorataaniajoof aucLs. '
Ura too. wa saw and heard t a. -..-a
ai itiopad cans a CXeio horn and luaten- 1
t a poararfat jrnaa frora Rev ' a . r
WtllaaM,hopfaatadhiaiawlf Am- .y :
tha "Bxk at and wanted '..
ary body rasa thwra. Thesis-; g
craod. aachaatiag. naal lc such re:-:"
na ataht bava baaa bcaxd at B.r-u -a
wkant Rjshard Wasjnar " atirrwd tha a-r.
erd atf aaraat aoooda." Tha p-ix--e l
inaa coatiaaad UU afawi Ii) o c oci at
aigMte ba raawwad the follow ,n ; d ir
Tha Kraal I pol iucal w r r r - , -that
laat caatarr la now ai- ot :o
. aad that trary Clataland ..r M . -u-.
, piay taka aa ai Uf part tn tn. : tr-.it
editaOai 0dhaW it t ret iti rt.n
-, taa- kd thsraM ei'0m' af on to I a
s (it l-.at aotTtaa oi (irownej and l"
- !( at lha Utat Chaap Caah S.01 e
IirMPUWSY HOWARD'S, that h
. nuif iialha aacaaaary tuna t.i urhiev
ta reaUaaJ victory af alined in these
Co t Scataaat. Tha war baa .tuA.i
- 'aua froiBtha Frvaidaathal t'riAir ln
t.14 lowaat auoaty otltcva. Niw m
1 tf peauai. aeaoa. hat thara wiU b- i.'
'4-r aatV rrery an an afkaiulderx hie
-ae book aad rrwa d-a tn tha dntat
. b. at eb Stora a UUMPU&ET vt
iuvi. AROS,aad bayaa aapplyof Dry
i - t . t .. .wW Rmu ud ShaM. (tu. i
?. 1 8 to tirto pf leaa. da
ncrun on 11
-. W mt.i Je m - i !
v .i .r ( rii-
V !'WT '
l-a K Hi
, . .. , , j... , .
M a a.a 1. . T
work of D.. -r ' t:hnk-
. Th ot-,,, . n.l W.-t
put, Co;i-cUr of thin.
iii.-i 1 .a
n. ti.'.i .
Ths ag'nt of ib' N'u' .m i
RiTT Sta-a.nb'Jit t'ompney Mjoli
nerlr to J P Quianrcly A '. '
B. fiuika hu ban appoirjtoal k
(aiavktar llridif o Trent riv.-r.
Mr. Jahn T. Da-.in h tiMucii
rrrv fin r-.i-f. H-
ft-'ty jcrowui and haa rn-mM to
aaotild o broajrlil tn without Jcljr.
Tba A. M. K- 7. Oiurrli. Cl.r.ton
CKapel pirratt. will htrin a camp iupt
ig ander tha paaiora! charge of I.. P..
Frsbaa, on Fttday next at Pleaunt
"llial Cliarch ia thu coacty. fa and a
half oulr frotn lh city, on the Kinnon
Tho. Q. Skinnr anJ J IV K j'l.-s.
eatAaltdalCal for Conraa. aJJr's.'.i v
rx crowd at OrcapnTUla Laat Hon In
Skiaoavr, ait ai name impiiea, is r.ii:i
aw Cffioacot, (O macti o that br tho
Un tie campaign i mrer Mr. R-(oa
wtU ba? tknmtii from ha1 tn tiarl.
TH S-wnyia" .4 mrn-tu My Uir baxit
of bJckorr a-! in th art". horr
tiUlUNlf H ' riquirrl. i obtain! from
iotrth Carotins an t twt ronnrwfr.
witiiitacdinr tbi-a fairt tct ( f tb
tut blif, buitiy pck and ixhot rav
Imrial for cjaxrtarea i importai from
Owr merchant" mumiaf from New
Yfk lejjert tha Oeretan i lK-tn away
bo" pr. Moai.'ai tun otTirr t bt
thrvat l ooa on dT;.auiJ 'a clrction.
f)uaiAaa he-employ in from ei,ht
toon ho&alral ao-t twenty mrt, an.i
wbn chtra to b RrpubIaC&J hare no
harwitascy in declaring for CUveland
Lad Haiad rurka. The ind u-atwoji cow
ar that the fctnirn will be rlrcUd
by a tare najority.
Oar atrotat, Mr. C C. Taylor, while at
Sox w MUl Uat Saturday avea-ureal the
kta ot a whit aiuinrei from W. L)
Spac, of Skht'i Hridie. tlrea-ne
Cajooty. Mr. Srwoce the ,iurTl
wtCd in iim mwni nd (rii-nv ir-i ta)
Catch iUti. tut wa uoabte to do o
aoai wa cumpHed to (hont it. He
aVkiRaJ th ruriawity and ntufTrd the
kta, whli-h Mr. Taylor bro-sttht U th.
city and turned orer t tiie tlrni of
Clarke at Morgan to prepare for lh
tapoeiUoo. btit we fer trwvl they hve
rra3erd it U- lte to do n-.ach vith it.
TaVeaar 1 1 CaVamaTaaara faf .
Waeat Is now t the lowest tiur- ;n
tba todno market aince 17-,'1
A card frvxu U. J Dn way a: i ) Ul
Fort atau- ti--r u a h.-y front in
that aasclioa on Ue morning of tho t3th
and thw thernKuneter waa don to 42
Soma fearn were entertained tiiat thai
tobacco crop had ba-n damatf"-! . but the
feoeral rrpnnivn wa that owing t the
dry WanUber it was ro mjurol eri
tartctL at a ra.au
Mr. W P. Parru-s
Moor hire clurd a
brick atoren nn the
t- Mr M. Par;
an Jt.'J J W.
contract for nix
dd market houw
v. the contrv-tor
aivd w ill b'iin work in a few dy.
Now let the city build a decent market
booae in the plac of the burned one
and the f. of Middle treet w ill again
b the btny center of tho tr r.v andf
market producu trade.
IrrUanl aa the Hallromd.
A fJin droripa'd out of the engine on
the up triln Thuraday morning when
near Tn-waroru. The thr-.ttle lever
tr-jvk enifinaor i Vi. Brinkley. in
ftia-.inT a v,-rr ;inf'il wound Th- en
j gme retame,! to the city an i Dr. J. H
I In ghee was c.i 1 1.-.J to the wour. ! d ". u:
'and anotha-r engine forwarded
i the train up
; Hy the .vcviaet t i i - ... le i. - at
Ooldbro tr mi-s- I. but no gr- a'.
Tho r. .Ai-.s d
hoe de..h is
isu-. tviae l ihr
morning ei :
t. Ur-..i. u . r
land f r :.-.yn
b-uht p.- .p. ttv i
.mjc.I ia f
ui: .mi :. t
am .eg :h :;..
bn-iunt n. . r.t.v
n I i ;
' i rit
i. an 1
vnd csp.s-ii..y the
and I'Ur. to tli.- -.
value and int
wi.iing e r.-1' ' '
rn- o-nn-.::: ::.
-.ce ' Ms.r .
Mmr i .
1 1. M vi: v
. a t
a. t Th- iw-rn-
their duty in Nov em U-r
otnocKATir roi'MV (oste
... :i.,. r: of rav n
' ill lit v S-
1 "a :2
:. 1; i:.t.-.i
. I . .1 ' - w h . r'-
'.Viuiford . N 'J.
:ur: N.v 3. .I'H'l
..r. Mj. (rvirJon
N :.. Sa:utitl W.
; ii M .;.!m.ii and John
' 'i I i '.Tiner. Jamen
tc 1 '. . 1 i.ir.t i-on ; No.
. . i i .-: w .r 1. T. A (irten.
i i I.. Mid. ilef.iril. K. K
: i ). I i i iu.i.n. JJ w.ir.l.
i.: Mar.lv. V. H. V.'T,1. H. S.
.. :vn-i f. 'K. Hanc.vk , Mr. lian-t-aii:i;
aliajaTit. Mr. S. W. mall
i ) lh altmat4j, tlllfni th place';
i. M. Ut'W. Steven. n . V. U. Ilrin
T. Mil!.r and J. W. Moorp;4th
I'hiilipe an d
. I.. Krnn H
.-. y. J iv.
.i:, 1 J. U.
.) . i ,
H i 1 1 n t?.l r coin
rinir.ation. 'r'.i'd for fuTraa-
::.' :i rrr. i:.r
. l): "l Ul ifj.i
:.ei.t i ". :r:r.A!i W. p, I.
pt I! N. Sui.;..
I ho r.( r; ... .id i . t.
Mr 1 . ir.c loik tin"
mi-, for Sec re -
cluur an l an-
us for tli o I .eiris-
'1'iiin.ivl th.it n.'iu i nati
.tn r :ii: I f . r nuinty
wi re in
W. ii. Pr.nsin
S(-ve u. in for the
r.. 'imnsteil M
H dUr.d. jr.
Mr. I'leuient Maniv o.
on. led the
nnnation of lr. lioii.ind.
Mr. Su.ven.'ti .idvocati'd the nomina
tion of Mr. Holland and iak,j that his
own name be withdrawn.
Mr. Hrin-um withdrew the name uf
M. 1VU' Stevenson, when on motion of
Mr Steven. n Philemon Holland, jr..
m .is in. in i n;ite 1 hy ace-lamation aw the
Ivni'xrralii.- car-.d i.late for the Sonate.
Nominations fur the Hou-e were de
: ir.'.l : n . .r-1 er.
Mr K !. Whitf. r ! r.otiu timed Enoch
V.i i-. worth
N.-.ta ,r. T... i.o. i;. miii.iti'd U. A. Kus-
The tirt ballot resulted. 20 for Rus
sell, I1'1 for wa.lsworth and 17 for Kin
ney. WK.I' the econif ballot was being
takBii. Mr. Kir.sey earnestly requested
th.it his name be withdrawn Ilia re
quest was granted and K A. Russell re
ceived the entire vote of the convention
as tha candidate for the Houoe of Rep
resentative in the next General As
sembly of North Carolina.
Mr. Kd. Whitford moved that Mr.
Fretman Ernul baj nominaiod for sheriff.
Mr. C M:nly moved to amend the
motion of Mr. Whitford bv making no
nomination at all. He stroke to the
nmendment. K;ving his reasonn for i tTer-
The amendment was a.lctted.
T. A. Green waa unanimously nom
inated for Treasurer.
F.n oo h Wad worxh w a u r.axii m ou s 1 y
nominated for Register of Deeds.
l'r. Frank Duffy w..s unanimously ,
nominated for Coroner
Daniel Iine was unannrously iiutin- j
nated for Surveyor.
M. DeW. Stevenson wa. unanimously i
nominated Sub-eltctor for the county. :
On motion, a committee of thret-.
05ai.t;ng of I. H. Gaion. A. E. Wads
worth xud R. (i. Mallatt, w appointed
to inform tha nomine of the action of
the convention and ask thefr presence. .
While the committee retired to per
form that duty. Uirt. pointed speeches
were made by M. LW. SteTeniton and
Jamea A. Bryan. i
The committee returned with Mr.
Holland who ascended the stage and
acvapteal the nomination and promised
a ttioriuirh canvo, of tlie county.
On motko. the thanks of the conven
tion were tendered the chairman and
the aacratay for the manner in which
they had diarhargsd their duties.
I h- convention adjourned.
W. B. Lane, Chairman.
II S Nt NN, Scretry.
Ta toalnrf i.
Tn Detuocrru did well in their con
mention ou Friday. Every township
in the ,-ininty was reprieuleil and a
g -J tnket was put in the tiedd.
P!III.EatO.N M.HJ.AND, J K. ,
the candidate for tho Senate, is ayounjr
man of tine talent, graduated with
honor at Trinity College in 1M , cjirry
ing off the Wiley Gray medal, studied
law undei S nuno!.. & Manly Mid was
granted I,. r.se hy the Supreme Court
tn the early part of Ij'sS and is now
prncticmg law in copartnership with (J.
ii. Guion. IIa . who as liceutKHl at the
same time. He u a bvild. fearless, elo
juent shaker and would be worth
-omethir.g t- his county and station if
P.. A K'-n.!..
tlio nominee i or the Hou-e. is one of the
sturdy old farmers of the county. He
represented the county in the Legisla
ture before the war. is a (t xvl farmer, a
m.n of intelligence and good judgment
and would make a good representative.
T. A OREK.N.
the nominee for Treasurer, is one of the
most successful businetw men of our
city. He started in the world a rnxir
b-y. was apprenticed to a carpenter t)
learn the tra le After the war he en
gaged in the mercantile busineoa in this
city ar.,1 by ocon .my and strict atten
tion l - bu.-iuos h.ts amivss.l consid
erable pT pt-rtv He is a g(i 1 financier
ir.d his inter
with that of t
: i sufficiently identified
conntv so that itstlnan
sifelv entrusted to Ins
1 1 1 : .
I !: :1
- U i
s -i ess
Ul. -t ',.,-. 1
. m ik " -rt-
s a pity
e rs . We
s w , . r t b
ill I" i i a I r.il I'jj.r.
- ,:. i M i - - . i -
-. a : . - . . -r :. A hi an -1
- '. ., w u.g ,-t-
.- . i-n.- Mr
...... ."..iii; :. H-pub-
.: u 'a. turir.g town
' :- -tak-n ns an in-
o This, m addition
, : ii factu ring to w ns
.- e . 1 1. nu. ratio gain will
. -.facturers are not. a
g. i.er illy been heretofore, a
th- Republican candidate.
; The Quaker Bridge Pi. . -.
The picnic at Quaker Hri.lge on Thur
dr. a was i-ij,..'pj. .- . grand hi -c
(. A ;..! i .v d i f ! i i i- - -.i,d g-n
n i. i a largo : - " . u i
I lien and Onsii.v. nniiiii- -.
N i rator hal t'ffii r
i'c!iion, but P". It. Sim mi
uurcity being preufnt resp
.miff . al tei
lircMing invitations, in
!jK.'ty;h of about thro'
quarters of ,in
hour. His subjeo". -internal
merito wa banpilv rliospn
handled it in a manterlv manner. lie
urjed the neoes-sity of unity of notion on
the part of the people of tins seotmn in
demanding of the State convict labor to
' construct roads through th. reat 'hite
Oak tvs-oin and thus m a measure pro
vide ba'tter and quicker transportation
for their produce and dev. lop a lare
ho.iy of rich lands i-eloiiBrm t. the
State. It was a -uwe. h rit.oiin
praeti.'al ideas and wusweii r. ' i iv.'i h
This Ratherin wits 1'
til- J'U I j' '-I
celebratintr the completion of
tilke l of (Quaker Hridge road, but w.
regret to sav the work is .not ret coin-plet-d.
The diti'hes cut on th. .1 n.-s
county side are not sutlicient to t i k the
water otT and if they are n.-t cut u ider
and deeper the road will be ( ie.
service. Tlie commiasioners have or
dered Opt. Mclver to take his force to
the Jones county side ami i ut the
dit'h"s the propT width and depth,
vahi.'h will take two or thr.-' weeks
tune, and then it will mde.- 1 1 one of
the finest roads in the Mate.
But the picnic was enj yed by all
wh i attended, whether the road wan
completed or not. The bands furnished
splendid music, the young ladies and
gentlemen sang songs, old men danced
how could they help it when a pretty
vo.ing lady would pull them out and
everybody appeared to be happy. We
wouldn't care if the thing could be re
floated when the road incompleted.
The Quaker Bridge Road.
We learn that Capt. Mclver. notwith
standing the order of the commissioners
that he transfer his force to Jones coun
tv and opened the ditches on that end
of the pocosin road, has moved over and
commenced work on the Core Creek
road. Thus, a road that has cost the
Suite several thousand dollars is aban
doned just before it is completed and
just in time to prevent the farmers
around Richland and Cum Branch
hauling their crops over it. Two or
three week' work would have made it
passable, but without thi it is utterly
avorthless. Tho farmers in that section
have been quite jubilant over the pros
pect of the long wished for nearer route
to market, but ala. an enemy hath ap
peared in the Held and blasted their
hopes, and for what cause they are un
able to tell.
Capt. Mclver must have some good
excuse for disobeying the order of the
commissioners. The people of Onslow
and of New Rirne would be glad to
know who their enemy is in this mat
ter. The llubb -raipe.
We forwarded a box of
Hon O. Hubb's farm a few
LaPl- N "mingtou. one
1 the moft sucvessful grajn3 growers in
North Carolina and ht
sends u the fol-
WtUiLVUTOS. N. C. Sept. 20. 1"M.
Mr. H. S. Npnn Ih'ir Sir. -The box
of graphs and card asking me to give
them a name is to hand. The grape is
cf the sp?cie Cifin I "i.;inn, what we
use to call Muscadines or Pullace. of
which the White Scuppernong, Flowers
Tenderpulp, Thomas and Mish are varie
ties. There is a grape very much like it
grown 1 up about Whitesville called
Sugarpulp. The color is thi same and
very good and sfrt alike.
Till we learn more about it. call it
Hubbs. I think it is one of the best .f t he
Muscsdme or Scuppernong family. I
want s .nie of the vines.
You r oi l f rieiid .
S W. N-iHi i:.
I a listed Tslablri.
Since publishing the statement of
taxable listed and calling attention to
the diminished amount of aggregate
taxable proferty in thai county, we are
gratified to find that much of the deficit
is accounted for as appearing on the de
linquent list. This list we did not ex
amine, as it was the abstract of " listed
I taxable" that we had before us. and
I that abstract would be better called iin
j listed taxable. '' I'pon that list we
learn one item of deficit, that is the
Sl.OOO on city lots, is almost wiped out
by a S10.000 entry in one item, and a
trimming up of odds and ends will very
I likely show an increase of property
I which w-ould seem to le more in accord
ance with the true state of the case.
We have hail it intimated to in that
such publications, as the one above
alluded to, was calculated to injure us
aa a community. But the truth ill m
I jure no p?rson or community, we think.
' arid if by publishing these matters, we
cause one dollar more taxable property
! to go on the list, we are defended.
; The Exposition.
1 The b-vs in the streets, ladies in their
parlor, merchants in the busy marts of
commerco. and the mechanic.-, in their
. shot, are all talking of tlie great state
, Exposition, now near at hand. The1
New Berne Assi s-iation. eoinpri.-ing the i
'exhibits from the counties of Craven. ,
i Jones. Pamlico, Carteret and Onslow.
is now rn roie to the capital, and we
believe it will be creditable to this sec-
! tion uf the Suite. Land and water, field
and forest and mines the plow, the
loom and the anvil the sturdy sons of i
, Tunal-Caiii. and the beaut if ul. deft-fin- 1
gered daughters of P. -nelope all . all
contribute 1' give interest to the nva
sieti. Home cnic may siieeimgly in
quire what givi-1 can come from collei t
mg large cotton plants, I uig staiksof
eoru. heavily-headed bun lies of rice
and millet, bed-quilts, and "varmints. "
snakes, stuffed birds and tishes, hi-rs.-and
mules, big bulls and eovv-. fat sheep .
an 1 hogs, and tin- whole h t of other
things the people are sending to Ka!
eigh.' In reply we would ..imply -ay
that one go. ie-uli is th a u get- up a ;
gen.-r- -us riv.i
1 .v s of t lie
ho -,. an.i p
1 1 1 . s" i : f e mo
n .ii '11 pr..spe
ii.tiir i. i r - :
r..;-n . l..! . -
..ttle. 11,, pr,-- ,1..- .
V . w ii i -ii so en rage.'. M r
k the former over lie' 'to
an.', killed buii . 'i he
tly arra-sted aud ti
g'a i . i
. r..p i
it as t!
:: th- .
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if he d
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Wef.cringt :. i i
. remark - : r t;
l'h- i:e.-t;:.g tli 'i .. :
The fall or ' w
' must have parsed a .-w,
r.iz(' 1 1 a-
'Religious M.itinjf in Onslow County.
September IS. 1SS4.
r.MT' !: i ; KN.w.: Will you be kind
:.. at:: sp,.ce in your columns
f : . : . - iii r giird to a meet lug
1. ..: i.u .i. - 1 el. i hi.-low county.
' " ' . : . t- 'ii 1 1 u rda v before the 1st
. . .ii .- pioniLri and lasting until
I i lor.- the 2nd, ut which time
ute i. .ii.. i nterfere 1 and the meetings
clos. d least I did not get out again.
It may ! - that Pro. Bryan did. however,
until r ' iduy night, when he was to
leave. 1 preached Saturday and Sun
day morning, and praying for Bro.
Bry-n in the first prayer, to make his
appearance, he did so during the morn
k sermon; preaching at night, and
then morning and night until the meet
iugs closed. From the time Bro. Bryan
cauu the meeting was somewhat re
markable: first, for the large and atten
tive congregations to close of meeting.
S-Idom do we m'. congregations more
attentive and liMen better, even if the
good old Welch preacher. Evans, was
pr. a '.nng at the present day. In the
see. n l place, it was simply delightful
t i s Christian of other persuasions
pres. nt. and so feasting upon the ser
mons preached by the brother, as much
so. I think, as the members of Fmma's
l "nap- I I ii the third place remarkable.
l.e.-a-,s,. ti.,., ,- w as not one lady friend
f"r.,..ilir-rt..f...t uli.i i.nnio f.im-nr.t fnr
st. w ho came forward for
......... ii '.,..-.. ...... ,u. ut. i.... u.u
praier. while a number of men did,
from time to time, four of whom made
applic.v.i. r.s for baptism before I left for
Masonboro. Others may have done so
aft-r I left. In the fourth place, re
maikabie tor the good sermons the Bro.
gave us during the meetings : al 1 of them
seeming to he well planned, though di
gested aud delivered in sympathy and
love, as though much of Christ's love
wa- i n his ow n heart.
Seldom'have 1 seen preaching more
reli-hed and entertaining than that
which Bro. II. T. Bryan gave us at
Fmnia's Chapel. I trust the Lord will
be very previous to him in his own
country, and in China, should he live to
get there. May Cfod bless each and every
convert made at Emma's Chapel. ts the
honoring of his own name, in the salva
tion of many souls and the strengthen
ing of this church at Richlands, is my
Geo. S. Blst.
i.'ihiiral ,'. ci ' Ut please copy-.
Senatorial Con yen (ion.
The Senatorial Convention for the 9th
S-napiial District composed of the
counties of Onslow, Jones and Carteret,
met at Swansboro, Onslow county,
S. ptember lUih. lM.
lb. . invention was called to orderbv
M. Russell. Es,p, who called P. M. Pear
sali. Esip. ot Jone.s, to tlie chair as
temporary chairman, and J. N. F'oscue.
Esq.. was requested to at as temporary
On motion, a committee of three was
appointed on credentials and permanent
oi gac ization. and a committee of three
on rules and resolutions.
The following named gentlemen were
appointed by the chair ou credentials
ami p-rmanent organization: L. Dilla
hunt. jr.. of Jones, H. S. Lee of Car
terpt. and M. IRussell of Onslow.
The following were appointed on
rub's and resolutions: Lewis Bynum
of Jones. J. F. Cox of Onslow, and R.
H J.mes of Carteret.
While the committees were out mak
ing their respective reports Dr. M. F.
Arendall and P. M. Pearsall were called
upon and made sound, sterling and
patriotic Democratic speeches.
The committee on credentials and
permanent organization reported each
county in the district properly repre
sented in the convention and recom
mended that the temporary chairman
and secretary bo made the permanent
officers of the convention. The report
of said committee was unanimously
tions rep-'lied tl
on rules and resoiu-
following which were
Resolved. That we. the Democracy of
the 'Jth Senatorial district in convention
a-senibled . do hereby express our ap
proval of the principles of the Demo
cratic purty as set forth in its pl3tform.
both State and National, and pledge our
support to the nominees of the same.
We recommend that the rules and
resolutions which usually govern leg
is! .live I" ulies shall govern this conven
tion. On motion of Dr. Arendall Dr. Cyrus
Thompson, Onslow county s choice, was
endorsed and unanimously nominated
by the convention.
A committee of three, composed of H.
C. 1 oscue, M. F. Arendall and Fred
Harget. were appointed to inform Dr.
Thompson of his nomination. Dr.
Thompson being present, came forward
thanked the convention for its action
and accepted the nomination.
It was decided by the convention to
have Senatorial executive committee ap
pointed, composed of three from each
county in the district, said committee
to be appointed by the delegates from
each county. The following were ap
pointed: E. Thompson, jr., D. J.
Sanders and S. L. Gerock. from Onslow,
Dr. M. E. Arendall, J. W. Pelletier and
Dr. R. Lelfers. from Carteret; Jas. B.
Stanley. Dr. N. II. Street and F. M.
Dixon, frmn Jones.
Moved that the proceedings of the
meeting be sent to the New Barne Jovu
nai. ft r publication and that the Tran
.icript and .Uesscieer, of Goldsboro, and
the ith jiliunc, of Beaufort, be requested
to copy and publish the same.
On motion, the thanks of the conven
tion were tendered to the officers of the
' n motion, the c invention adjourned
P. M. PhAKSAU.
L i:. Sec'tv.
t l:m n.
(iPN, SCALES' ACCIDENT.
The Kriiilillul Fall Wlllell Clime Near
The accident which has thus disabled
General Scales occurred while the Geu
er..i whs cros-ing the Cow ee mountain.
w:i.i h .lividis Jackson from Macon
on ut v.
The road is very ragged and
places, like most mountain
in. Is along high and dangerous
s. Ceneial Scales was travel
buggy with a companion who
ng. line a esceD u ing ii steep
nl a portion of the har-
w a v
which caused the buggy
irse. The horse became
dashed elf in a mad run
it narrow ben.! in the
mountain ro-e up per
il one side and on the
a 1"0 f. s.t chasm, the
.. 1 a
i .ar. v
A- it did si. ( l. n. Scales
-: .a i:d . and land, d . ei the
I re'-:pice. The I;- .rse
tuiiiba-d i.v. ! the
ud went crashing to
." f it below . Ill ill lea v
Iiroi eroiind Cell. Scales
.Id . and going over the pre
ed the buggy. His fall was
i.J would und ou bled ly have
is death but for the fact that
.. ot fif'ty feet, and before
jagged rm-ks below, the
fail v, a- broken l y a tree
, -he.- ' f which i.-ii. Scales
l ' ;. I e j,.- ... i I . '
u as -ma-hed to piec. - and
.- killed. I ' lllli'lili; I'll in
! : gau. ; I. g so! I 1 ground .
1" a: o 1 that iciie . f his
: k-n . i.t the
.; p pau.s ,
-V 1 lence
r I . g
i . 1 I".
i i - ii :
i : i . - i
:: i ' h.i
a 1 1: : u 1
, bv t- b-gi.
la.ai l i ;
until in- '..
'.1 be by th.
i- ai rani
" V llil which pei ill
taith in A er s arsa par
;. be ex phuned by t In- lac;
I est hioi id Hied , clue ev er
not approached in exceb
new candidate for public
La Grange Items-
Cotton sold Monday
0 10 for ti
best. Hut ill! le moving.
J. P Joj uer lias oomiiieoeeo .v-'
his bu ihiuigs on vonh rl. Yl su.i t
White, of the revenue service,
here Thursday iutei vie in.. F. B. I i
Rev. Mr. Carpenter preached
Sunday and Sunday night, his r-
C. 'p. Barrow left fo
day morning to purch
u!t imore 3b
1; id stock
fall and winter goods.
C. V. Jovner is havimr his t-tore
painted and it is said that Job Whitfield
I will occupy it as a place of busice.;
La Grange is at last
rights. We see that V
M. Manton is
chairman of the KepuPiii
committee of the . tit-v.
Some of our n,. reliant
busy last S .t -ii d.i. . Tiiei
trouble about ehmee. 1.
work was ahead of anylhin
Shade I. Woolen re e
hurt one day last week by
mulp. Mules are nieeii:
only sale place ;;b ,ut one n
. iek of a
The Tirol rai l e I
(;rovt, dosed la-t
; 10 additions to t h,
I e-l.i; oi I 111
I 2 con v r
Jinna II I.'. ,1. lO.t II ' I .
A. J. R ishei y had the til -t
this season in town Saturday,
is in lh.ee rear of E. Smith s.
I lis ihu
proposes to sn-ve teem in fir- t-c I...- -
order 1 ieei long, wen auu tsuusiauuaiiy
' . j put up: and the best of it, they have
John rilghman !,.;s renin! the hots.---? . n,aae the county a present of their
next door to R. hi; field and will soon work- The coulUy furnished them the
open an oyster saloon an 1 restaurant. material.
where tho hungry- mav ;m. pease their i ,ru ,. ... , .. .
appetites -if j rne cotton pickers good time has
come again and they are marshaling
W e learn that a protracted meeting themselves ready to get a big ride some
has been progressing at beat Swamp y or i0 miles from their homes to pick
Disciples Church foi a week or more, cotton at 50 cents per hundred, when
&evoral accessions have been made to they could get a plenty to pick at the
the church. same price near home during the pick-
J. C. Carter, the La Grange Republic- i ing season. Cooks are in demand; fam
an candidate for the Legislature, is still ! ilies who have had cooks plenty and to
i in the field and will enter the county
j canvass on the 13th October with the
( other candidates.
We advise all mechanics to take in
tneir tools w iien they iinisli the day s
work. This is not intended for Elijah
i Taylor or Hardy Barnes tiny have had
advice more forcible.
j N. J. Rouse. Esq.. will address the
citizens of Institute tow nshin at Lenoir
: Institute, next Saturday evenimr. Mr.
Rouse is a talented young man and a
. verv popular sneaker
: Mrs. Carpenter has sold her stock of
millinerv iroods to Miss Alice Peacock.
ii.-. i., i- ...;u .. ...;ii.
.'.i.-n i uai uo. i, in c urn it iiiiiiiiit. I Mlilif
in one of Him. Woolen s new brick
. stores as soon ms comnlefe.h
' , . . ' '
' mence O.-t. 13th.' " Tlie citizens of ' La
Gramre will he visifeH s,trdni. n,i
I 18th. Let the people turn out and' hear
! the claims of the candidates.
j On account of the death of J. H.
Woolen s son. Rav. Mr. Carpenter did
! not preach at Hickory Grove last Sun-
, day evening as announced. He will
preach there on Tuesday night, the 30th
, u t-
; work has been suspended ou Sun. about twenty-five or thirty of them
; WTooten's brick stores for some time, for ' sprang to their feet all at once prepara
1 wast of lumber. We are glad to see I tory to make nominations, each.lsup-
lumber coming in and work again going j pose, having his favorite man. Five or
on. We suppose they will be pushed to isx succeeded by talking at the same
completion. ! time, in placing the names of their
' The members cf Ilick. iv Grove ! favorite ones ia nomination, when the
! Church are request-d to mee t nt xt 1 chairman arose and infifrmed them that
'Saturday. The pastor can't be there. 1 iie could not act upon nor understand
I but the church must be prepared for the : tbeir motions; that they must make one
j annual meeting, and other business may move at a time and make as many
need attending to .nominations as they pleased. Amid
! Capt. W. S. Bvrd was m town Mon- f fat tconfu8i,on some one nominated
j day. He has purchased Jesse Brown's ! inston, colored and the i vote was
f, i 1 -i .- . i i taken by all holding up their right
farm, about 1 miles rum town, and . .. . - T ,
.,ii i . i i ,,- : hands that favored Johnston; some of
will, we learn, make it his home. We' . .. , . .u -1 v, i .
suppose that the Captain is drawn bv i , ""t Vi Vi, a u T? kTi
our excellent schools. " j ph'nd oth an(? had held up both
! hands. A second vote was taken and
V, . V, . Fuller is consi iermg the pro- I Johnston was declared elected. Elias
priety of being an independent caudi t Taylor, colored, was placed in nomina
date for the Legislature. His platform . tion when several of them commenced
is a novelty arid one of his ow n make: m0ying if they could get a second to
No hunting or fishing of any kind for j amend the move of Taylor's nomination
five years, and buru up the balance of by nominating some one else. About
the old rails. I time jj0 2 had ma(je nis movei
J. W. Grainger. Democratic candidate ! 3 would get up and amend his amend
for the Legislature in this county, and ! ment by placing the name of his favo-
Ueorge Hodges. Democratic candidate
for register, spent the day in town Fri
day. We predict that these gentlemen
will be elected if the Democrats go to
the polls, and we believe they will do it.
While ginning one day last week one
of the boxes of Mr. Noah Rouse's gin
became v( ry hot. and had it not been
discovered us soon as it was. a fire must
have been the result. Mr. Rouse uses
horse power in ginning and it would
seem that these aie not entirely without
We learn that quite a lengthy and
serious '"rumpus"' occurred among tiie
colored people on the excursion train
latt Sunday. Knives and pistols were
used and it is said that some were
seriously if not fatally hurt. The fight
is said to have commenced a short dis
tance ea.-t of this dace and lasted to
We regret to have to announce the
death of Allen Wooten. son of J. S.
Wooten. of our county, which toid:
place at 2 o'clock of the morning of the
20th inst. He was about 13 years old
and the oldest son. We extend our
sympathies, knowing that the parents
sorrow as bereaved parents alone can
sorrow. The funeral was preached
Sunday morning by Rev. J. D. Carpen
ter. There seems to be a great difficulty in
getting a meeting of the Cleveland and
Scales club here. There has not been a
meeting since tne organization, ami no
by-laws have been adopted. We suggest
that a little more spirit be put in the
matter or that it be abandoned. There
J is work that might be done by the club
if it wet e thoroughly organized and put
I in working order, i-ut to have a club
that is no club, and to expect work of it
when it is not in a condition to render
service, does the cau-e an injury. The
township executive committee stands
ready lor work, an I a pr ice;- organised
and working club w.iuid be of much
help to this committee, but if no help is
tocomelrom this quart-r it should be
known. We feel justified in saying
that the Deiuooi ats ...
were never more unite!
than they now are.
no coaxing to do th-ir
same time th -ie ,:.!
Dr. Wilis leu h. re
news reached In re l-'ri :
he w as icirtia : I v ; - . i
tnis tow usiii p
. th:.t thi-v ue-.l
liity. hat V.t tie
be - rgan ix.it iot;.
ay morn iii g I h i
ah.: ii o u iii.;
JJr. Wills was removed to ; v i. ,!
das evening and is now at lu". M.
Hadley 's. His conditio;! i- no I rt: .. r.
N i et i;:ii ,t;,(l i iiib-i ;i .
Tiie sweet gum. as g-atheied from ;i
tree of the same name, grow ing along
the small ,-treanis in the Southern State-,
o 'main.- a stmuilat ing expectorant prin
ciple that loose lis the phlegm producing
the early morn i ng cu gh . an d -t nr.ula t'--t'r.e
ciiild to throw oil tiie false niein-
M '. I I.
k t" v. Ki..m::!
:n. th.- .-n.
lUliein pi, .lit
ill TYI. 'I:':
T (It M AM'
reined v I r
Coiigh a:: 1
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fort cou i
I-'sl lence. Ii
Jones County Items". 1
The owners of cotton gins are putting
them in order, preparatory to put tlie
fleecy lint in readiness to command its
highest market value.
Seed cotton is selling at Trenton for
2i cts. per pound, corn (new) 50 cts
I per bushel, eggs 11 cts., fodder 00 cts.
per cwt., potatoes -lO.cts. per bushel.
Died, at Trenton, on Thursday last,
i little Lizzie Francks. of typhoid malarial
fever, daughter of W. W. and Annie C.
: Francks, aged about 3 years. The grief-
stricken parents have the sympathy of
i the whole community in the loss of
their dear little darling child.
; The convicts are at their old quarters
on the Core creek and Trenton road.
' and have commenced work on the road.
As Capt. Mclver is a man who means
; business, we shall soon have our road
' completed to the Core creek statioD. as
i there is but a small distance to clear
') I was informed on Monday by Mr.
! Jesse Heath that the citizens of the Core
creek section ure now preparing quar
uis for the convict force to occupy as
soon as they shall have complsted the
i road through the pocosin. Mr. Heath
also informs me that their corn crops
i are fine but cotton has a plenty of weed
; and few bolls.
I Major and Alex. Hawkins. Edward
. Stanley, Stephen Moore and G. H. Mc
: Daniel have completed a new bridge
across Trent river at the old Wilcox
nlfiel. T Vini-r. Vicion infArmoif aartiieli ia
," , ,, L.
j spare, are now doing their own work
and having a cheap, nice, real quiet
, time of it.
I "White oak snakes appear to be very
numerous with us this season. Hender
son Kornegay was bitten by a large one
last week in Mr. Thomas Harrison's
corn field on his ankle and he imme-
diately corded his leg and afterwards
walked about a mile to Mr. Harrison's
' house, who gave him a plenty of brandy
arld 1 '"im a Trenton on Saturday
land he said it never made him sick
Mr-.Ijew'' He ?ncout?red hre"?
I during tho last week and dispatched
; two ot them and the third slipped away,
, , . J . ,.-
I ca,ne near stepping on one during the
1 last week and lie frightened me so I let
i him get away.
! The ReP"blicaps held their township
Pow-wow on Saturday last and don t
"",forget 'f u was a Srand nef r? n0v
Jubl ee" There were present in the
meeting only five white Republicans
with nearly a hundred negroes. The
meeting was organized by placing I. T.
Wilson in the chair and making Daniel
Johnson, colored, secretary,
The chairman informed the crowd
that he was ready for business, when
rite m nomination. About this time
arose an old patriarchial knowing one
and made a "pint'' of parliamentary
law of the case and as all of them ap
peared to understand a great deal about
it a lively time ensued. About fifty or
sixty commenced arguing this point all
at the same time. The chairman arose
and rapped the table with his cane, but
to no purpose. The excitement waxed
hotter and hotter until it appeared like
a row was imminent, when this same
old patriarchial father arose with a cot
ton bandanna handkerchief tied around
his head and waved his hand and
moved an adjournment. This quieted
them and I became disgusted with
negro conventions and quietly took a
leave of them. A friend informs me
that they finally elected their delegates.
They elected D. Johnson, Elias Taylor,
col., and C. E. Scott, white.
They are terribly divided in this
township and C. E. Scott appears to
have a flush hand. I hear some of
Scott's political enemies report that
he is to have the nomination for the
House of Representatives, while others
report that Scott tells them to nominate
one of their color for that position and
give him the office of Register of Deeds.
Wednesday, the 24th of September, will
tell the true tale. I will be on hand
and send you a true statement. I have
been informed by the Republicans that
they- are expecting a washing out on
Sensations in Hie Blaine Libel.
ClllCAiii). Sept. ' Ex-Congressman
John V. Lemoyne. of this city, will be
an important witness in the Blaine-Sen-tinel
libel suit, and is preparing his
statement. He was a classmate of Mr.
Blaine's for five years in Washington
college. Pa., and was a witness at the
Hlaine-Stan wood wedding at Pittsburg.
March 20, lal. all records of which
have been destroyed. Lemoyne is a
Democrat and opposed to RIaine, and
his testimony, it is said, will create the
most profound :-i nsation throughout the
entire ci 'iintrv.
wiil tell. Buy the genuine arti
do not expend your means on
di. Shi iuer's Indian Vermifuge
iiitn- l it taken accord ing to the
t! P. M.
KL TU Ii
- at 1-
u;j "'i i--: .t;
'.". .-i-.i:p -s
."! A It K K S
v f r Sept.
7" . to
. 1 '0 pel" bush,
c. per bush.
1', T A
;:?a:7c. per pound.
WiP LKs: ALE TRICES.
:ss roia; 5l9.n0.
Packs, and Hki.i.iks lhalllti
r.i: smoked. No. "J. s.
Salt 'JOo.aSl. 90 per sac k .
Molasses amd Syrups 20a4Ck ,
1 IB. AimcllunilPUllll!9l
( .rfKV ToB000 Co
'Ituated In the immediate section of country that prodttoes a eraite of Tobaooo rtint In t.ca "s,
:lavor and quality lsnot grown elsewhere In llui wiiilil t'ui uiiiaill ) uf lilicaW iisirfn rn Til " i ip. -ed
by tlie quantity produced. We are In position to command the choice ot all y r n y f r r r
otrerings upon this market, and spare no pains or expense to girt tba trad tha I L ) I LLu'
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JUST Flo ME AGAIN from the NORTHERN' MARKETS with the
Largest Stock of Goods ever seen In lir.:!
and they are going to be sold at ALMOST NO PROFIT AT ALL, to ,".
pose of them. -.--' -.y .
FOR THE LADIES, wo have an unusual large line of DRESS GOOI
such as Cachemieres in all colors, Ladies Cloth, DeBeiga Henrietta Clo.'.i,
Pin Check Suitings, Ginghams, and the prettiest Calicoes yon ever aw.
Look at our handsome line of Cloaks, Jackets, Circulars and Dolnaan'n.
We can show 100 different patterns. - i:-": :
. - . v.;.;. -. ' -
ONE THOUSAND SUITS OF CLOTHING, to be aold to the male re
lation of Craven, Jones, Pitt, Lenoir, Onslow, Duplin arid Greene couij.
within the next 00 days at UNHEARD OF LOW PRICES. ' "
Furniture and Carp oi:
On account of the large increase in our Furniture business, we hare Lei
compelled to build another large two-story building adjoining the one we are
in. for the exclusive use of Furniture and Carpet, and we ( can safely say now
that wc have on hand the Largest and Best Selected 13took of Furniture sti I
Carpets in Eastern North Carolina. We have Walnut Suits at prioef tint
will astonish you. See our $1.75 Bedstead. - ' --'."-
We are the Agents for the Oelebratediv'Hess" Shoo.
13 BE SURE AND SEE US" BEFORE BUYING
MANTJFACTXTBEES AND DEALERS IN "
Open and TogniiGL
ROCKAYVAYS AI1D PIIAETCO,
Farm and Spring Wagons Carts;' Truc!:r,
Drays, Harness Halters, Collars. Hatriesj Etc.
13rortrt street, opptwsite JlwleXar', HVXlller'n.
IMPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES-NEATLY EXECUTi:!).
GIVE US A CALL ' ' ' - jyl d&w6m
1 AM NOW PREPARED TO
at the Gin of T. S.
Howard on the Most Favorable Terms.
I will also
buy Seed Cotton and
Bagging and Ties furnished to my
I will pay the Highest Market Price for Cotton Seed andlllcfl.
I am also prepared to buy or sell bale cotton at the Lowest Brokerage, and
solicit consignments of same. References given when uesixeda. '
When you have Cotton to .ell or Cotton to Gin, be sure to see tat ? --
I am also Agent for the Celebrated
IFi?OI .IFIC C(.)TTON
OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF COTTON EXCHA1TGE,
ALP11EUS W. WOOD.
W. F. Kornegay Co.;
Are Agents for the following Manufacturing Companies:)"
Talbott &. Sons, Richmond, Va. : . .'V
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, (Inst Mills, Tobacco Machinery. '
Watertown Steam Engine Co., Watertown,'N. Y.: --' ;
I'ortalde, fctitionary and Marine Engines and Boilerf. "
( " ,',
Cotton Gins :
illship ; ullett Patent Steel l'.rush and the Light DraftCottOB BloOrB. .-
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The Boss Cotton Press. Perkins's Shingle Machinery.
. . . i
niatlilv lieenu.se we desire
vperuiice in tlie .Machint ry nusiness, wc nave selected tna
COOHS AT TIIK I.OWl'.ST POSSIULK PK1CKS.
Only $47.50. Only $47.50.'
The Alleger Organs.
! - .a -i i . c 1 -i esle.l In milKir nml n iml I"
-. ; '., i.-..'! ilwnll, I.'- SI IIK THAT lOl
1U TH hi AL'LEdEK OKBAH.
V..U .-an g'et a I.eaulilui WALSl'T CASE
UM) CARVRD. llihlv liaiilliHl llli.l
; -a we I Fnl well.. While 1 he colli 1 a 11 al .ou of
nillKte is 1111111 liH'Seil 1 oiir I lull M'lS OI
i ucl ii nine us, lul SUM'S altai'Iinl lo ui
I', -.lent S.
I' C Mi'l R
11 Mill l.e lll'k
look in -In. led,
lee oi ill. Ig't"
ill. lee.iliO' pii
riier t- intr.iilu
il in a 1 mlit liox.
Ill, I lieilveleil oil
,,i only $7.r().
eel tills i iiaian is
e llleln I luivi- ile
il.er i 17. .".
1 a : : ' lO'e.l nil
llllliKK TOM E. MITHIMi
15 V 1) KLA V.
S i V Kl)
II. V. M.KtiKH.
K. f. r.
a si Nui iona
ailKl ii llil
F. (t. SIMEONS,
COTTON BROKER and
.pos?le fOTTilV Kll UA(iK.
NEWBEiiN. N. C.
It a Priilni'I
IM i i, I. -onsill- j
llleuls, and the II I
I M A IIK'KTI'KII 1-iS
tur l'atronaae a. Hi lled.
aa fr I at m as r ni
UU lillll MUM
Is the Most
EVER PUT UPOH THE CJIF.XET.
Henca Oaalars and Contumara alwsys pro
rtounca It THE BEST..' j
KINSTON1 N. C.
pay the Highest Price of tlio
customers at C?0St
i . i a . .a .
to turnisli our patrons 1JJB. 11IU3J-
S. HUDSON, Agent,
HOUSE, NEW BERNE, N. 0.V
VOI R C.IN HOUSES with '
WATSON & STREET, '
uuL'tkaVi'im Gen. Ins. AQm.1'
COLD SPRffiGS FARU
I oil. r for sale Uip above vaubeproprty ' ;'
i-iniHisttnn of i iin. Thousand Two Handrail 4
aieo sixiy l-'lve ArroH, Four Hnndrad aadaat-. r
i-ii it I .it U.n, lHiiuu-e In Umber, lylac lai-.
i -rn v eil e-.uiii -. f. -ui intiefi bolow Newbara. tX
laiirn.ifi ii in miuit-.-Hiiiy Hitnated beta aaa s
Ha .v -.. luillnwul (lialf mile frou fl
an.i a .1. . j i.s . .liiil.le ereek.
I. J. WOLKKNDEI .
..v-'-iiail Netrlaern, 1. .ff
M i ill l; IS
KSTA BUSHED 1M7.
J- BURGESS, of N-
WITH . . t '
H. MORRIS & S0KSf:;;;
Nog. 23, 25 & 27 Comment St
NORFOLK. VA, J, V,''
special attention given to aalea of Oottoa. .
(imln, rvanum and Country Prfduca Ma
rnlly. Liberal caali a dvnncea trade aa con
sliinment. Prompt retnrnaand h-jheat ni
ket price Kiiarauteed. aukdwUaul
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