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t. X CU tC It. 1884.,
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I? U n.Mr elaia by of U
J t hAira!j hi ti eooatr? that
lUstuu, iartl t& Dao-
'.3 r-irtr Iron dret l U
o ion. Mr. WiTTKSSQS, of lb
Wny tbl. Bat It to a
tcr RTQ SO AflJ SA ILaSDAIO.
hotaU la tb country.
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Its suu- &r9kltm'&o'U-
!! eootlaeeJ that tW wl-
Cf tb iocuUr prw I oC
ra la the E4pti4' Oocacfl,
-vkh ta end th coofcroTenj
th taj-tUfc Orphan A J tan
.a; as rptaa' Cirit
TbAt U ft boat M p4 wt
;t a. cccU be nJrMtd-
.,5S Frracb S?oUjakaiCl-u
.11, .,tj U WilmiafVtt l4
v ,f two 'JTotr.wij
: , at I'm I ton pM tt 1t tfi
irJ ia W tara4 lootKSh. i QerwX
fear c!tUn of thUeitj wUi?
: !:!imtJ la thU dilawJ"
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i 1 . - - '"
. . i ol th papers kr U ttii
s iua win be ioMirtrrateu
. ... r c( KortU CuroiloA oa.th
, I s oojthk to e8li-
- m almanac' tbt
r ;-. We don't W
rs. SOJLLXS 'ill CTft U
i i: will tUmbtle hp rood
T:ik in.iAbetb City ca!I
u !t t th4 facC thalejUJ
t t .'.! to elia( capital ftf
..vclc-meat of tho 'bjt-r 1a-
i lxv in lvAUi!Jco iKMod. Other
. n Narth of M jpet Urya la
i f.- their ystr trad, aad
l-;.ait;a U &J1 that lUnvU Itt
ij U Zcrih Caroilaa! raapia
k WneSt we- bopea Garal
"i'J h!eh eea tbUwlate
- ,n 'r remova aH tyectiona-'
!ii a;..l CQArt ncb aj'will aiJ
' Tin lb! great ladoatry.
. t :. t tLd im;tIoa of tbe
t Ai ro'o'aiiMJoner WOBTB
: Uli to aubmit to tb Leg
i KipnixstacnKB, .of
fr fci eppojution to tbe
ill a ot Sir. McCCIXOOtas
.ry cf tbe Treaaary, . taa be
UvUto taxiT laan, aad that
w ?:e: c
.e so nearfy a free trader aa
Cvixocn la la noaainated
1 1 ".it of tbe TrtrajrarT. it U
I'.ty to bia eoarktiooa.
h i coainnatioa. II aaya
tie xoiee ef Vlrgioia, aad
eil UjU aha U aa aolid for
-.v'iia .aa. . raonajlranla.
: other ilr. ErsmxsxaoKS la
,hi cr not a to Vl2alA poai
tii tariJ", it U erideat tbat
..j j rotectloa Idaa I crowm g .la
IISTIXU AXJ T1TTXO TAXES.
Oae of the questions ' Uk&lwiU
pcoNklJj bo broa'bt before tbe
f aecuriax a more anifona valasr
tton of property la tbe Scats. Tbat
the pirxeot method of Taloaiioe.
Vu -h coaaty bas It board of aa
s. -n, sketLaz entirely ladepeadeat
cfi.ii aiwt her-, aoma nai-aafn r. lands
at what they think It 0oU briaff
f s- M for eaab) at. poblic otery,
whera JaJ'.ns its, valae by taa
aoioaat of peodtsee actaaily aaade
-.ix thd pla-aUtloo, while Others ttiQ
Ct Tialkia . tceonllnta arbat
i 7 t'uak tber Uad is capable of
rnaclas If properly-caltivated.
And we may add; there are aomey
ii doabt, wbo are afraid tbaitbe
valaatioa la their particular soanty
will be bhzber tbaa other eonntiea
' and they wilj pay more ,tbaa their
j 05t 'proportion oT tbe. 8tate taxra.
Cat aeearinf a aaitorai ralaatioa
:.o a!. J be noiae mioreeffectaaJ neana
efcor.ectinf. Uxsey rayiaj tarea
14 beeomiaf more aad nore a rol
eaUry met oa tbe part of maar
rer' Ttarl Aad. too, . m the
CAaAaaa JUceri' wtTl aaya, the
prtseat method of Uaitinf Usable a
oreas too vide a door to penary.
Ifaay nvaa thlak it amart to cheat
the rovenjment oat of their taxea
erea tboatk they bare to swear to
alio to dolt. -
wtocavm hi rcBuc schools.
TW5e York' WrU diseases
the shore qnestioa sad concludes
'that pU20 'opto ion regard cor
porsJ punish neat io the common
SCBOois as reiic of Itarborum and
oabt erefyvbers to be abolished.
PaUla opiakta ban undergone a
Treat eoSBg oa taU subject with
the last thirtv r forty vmr.
9 ett resMmber wWa tbe toaeber
tad school Cite earliest in
-l amine, kept open the cre.-Uet
ref . boars daring the day
'ThJppeJ the moat wu xr
I tba best teacher io the
"tsaX ckiWren regarded go
chool as a iiort of panish
Ictetlby tfceir parents and
1 great rejoirsag when the
jf school was aMouncvd.
Is for the bvtter, hot
tay teachers vmU lad
difflcals to mf atuM
it were iaoTi ajnoag
t so eooM not a the
! woaM to better; erpel
h wLoo, srtnr tb
.s ehlM, of to en-
' erea if tae .o
tboolit bedMnrd neoctuuMf The
WtrUH or tb oinIon that nch
boj are better oot than is r abhc
chcol, ,beCAOse tbir exampto h
airmfal.to other acboUr. It alo
cita thchooU of New York Citj
a proof lht whipping is uot Inili
pooMbto to giiol ai Allotment
OtMxlieot, vU 1ctpiim?l iwpiU.
Tbe (ttU Vhronu-U pablislie,f a j
COaniniction in whirh the wntr )
ogpaata thai it vouM h giwxl ol- 1
ley for the next General .UwmNi .
to prtTi for th .Iraininc of the
Uoda owod bv the Stte )!oirJ of ;
Bdmutioa br mein of ennvirt
uoor. tap hukkchuuu f K"""'0f
OM and w not ongioal, tft
A8 in I
ClrMMr blire, hoton that tbe ,
JOUBXAL biM been nririnc for the
taat foor r9r. 15at no matter
where the fclw orlrn- ' " i
practical, and one which oaght to
oomlnand the attention of the Gen
' There la a jreat deal written and
said aboat tbe defects in oar public
school ajstetn . Tbe create t de fee t
la tbe lack or money to carry oat
tbe system. What better work can
the coartcta be eegaged in than
draiaiag tbeee lands ao tbat they
may become a source of revenue to
taepobiie aeaoohi T A beginning
hae bee a made in White Oak poco
in by building tbe Quaker Bridge
read. Tbe cattiait of this road
shows tbe feasibility of draining
these' land and It farther shos j
that tbe laada are far more rsJnabie
tbsa before estimated- If another
road was cat through tbia same
bod Cf land . at light agtei witb(
IM 'Qoaker Bridge road, it woald
theW be getting la proper shape to
sell off by sections.
t Senator- THOJrraos aad liepre-
aeoUtiTce TxxxaiLU KnQ and
Cnajrwfat bare aa opportunity of
doing good for the whole Bute by
eoarriaciag the General Assembly
of the important Of this wprk and
procure ma - set for 'cottiog addi
tional roadathrooga these lands.
-xoet AvrtcE fob pabxcbs.
'Tae JocwtllTlbioks Yery little
of the) advice given to farmers by
editors who' never spent a Lj at
work -on the farm lo their lire.
ba$ think . the (bUowiag from
the Orfimu JVwaJ is worth re
pe.blishiag.aod moat hare been
written by some one lam u tar witn
v riTB USTAXBS OF FAUMKUJ8.
1-To thiak thai aayone can
farm; that s'Hta wbo has starred
a a eaaraaaer for a patent tooth
Dick or bad beea -onaaccenKfal as a
carpenter, can jump Into a boMneas
mi airing high lateUigeace and pre
aerrinff efforts: aad. beinc utterly
nnfajailiar with aejails, be awe io
3. To let foolish, pride or narrow
MadaJ prejodios oreveot tbe adop
Uoa ef w i methods when they
bare beea raced by practicaJ men
X. What is H bat Lb worst kiad
of a' mistake to pay tuiaJrcds of
dollars for good farm machinery, j
and 'allow it for want or proper
skelter to rot and become aseleee s
rear er ao sooner tbaa it aboold I
.-4. TU get ap after tbe ann, lean
ea .fork handle. peculate for an
boor or two apoo what th weather
is going to be, let the weeds gee a
good start and tbea wonder wby
larmlac donl pay.
A. To leaw lot of nne hopped
wood, wet or kalf-apiit wood at tbe
pile., a loi of old haraaas jji the
kitchen, and maddy tracks la Ute
diaing-roora aad expect to see the
wfrcsaa folk good natored.
I expect farmers hare noticed
how easy it has beea ta get labor
the post season, more eeptwiaSf for
pickle g cotton.
Now really there ta not aa many
laborers la this section of country
aa there waa ten years ago, bat
the casage in their condition and
that of Ufc farmers has made an
appareai aarplaa. When I began
farming in 1567 aoontry was
fall of laborers who wm biivd at
to tin tier month aad raUwja.
Cotton being a good prior i except
for part of that year) and ftirtue be
ing generally oot of repair, advan
tage was taken of thu to mend up,
ditch oat and clean up, so that by
1S70 farming waa looking np, and
there was none too many laborers.
iarir icrr working (krir otrn
land and mul-img mvust by it.
Taea canie two yearn of low
pricee, ao very low that farmorn
were diacoaracVd. They could not
hire the bands beeaod the crop at
S oents'for cotton autdd not pav'ing the hammer ol Walter's gun,
them. Laborers were too pLioUAii; ( causing it to explode, two shot en
the land waa idle and teaais abnn,1 taring the right eye and some in
daot aad nnsold. Then rawe the, the i'zcja. The wounded tov w;is
general setting up of idle hands aa
fanners bj renting them the sur
plus lauds and nelling them the
mrina teams on time and a a rnle
there has been bat littie improve-1
ment iu ttis country 8ince except I
waeretu fj ' ment for extending lhel'.M PV.ir
land be needs ad manage with, & YaJkin V;lluv lUxnlu from
h ota noHf, ptfUf hi men F;lV0ttevl,it to wilmmgt.m, ami
with ready DdMf ul U)"Wlfr- -, f(,r- the construction of the H il
thing he need- for cash, and tbu is, ()n(iK)w & (,amlm:i
the only true way to farm. (,U.J5vi. i attracting attent,,,,,
vur wm nuuu.o "um
caii Pe ilone tor our latxirers, lor
tHej- arc, or soon will Ih, destitute.
If e not find work lor (Immh
they mxaM eXher st4-al, starve, or
go avaf, aad m don't want 1 1 n-in '
to do eitkif.
Now m lli-e nine uy 4 littlo
mouey go a gr'at way iu uart.i
lustead of huvlug leniiiers, hire
men and make liwei. .1 man
offered to burn and deliver U me
11X1 hnsJicls clean oak ivJit- ni U ,
ceul per Ixishcl. 1 told lnui todol
if. Tbey are U'tter and pheiT
ikiM taunt ai that price. 1 ep't
to liwa a lot of shell marl tor lime
land tiuirk yl will be .us .xv.1 ,i.s
,!.. Prcpaijiad bun', lui.-hel for
bushel, iU tesn tiitit ?Uf t nth the
j IT land iatendel fr ttit nh
Ixitatot'H is ridgel up high irke'
sweet potato ridge., and left su UU
aanted it will drier and fluer...
AU the time onmes to plant it
thika f left alone as it hi to sob and
soak th winter rains.
If ye awte
atm U a it tie JotJOV
aeert ot hiir- feusr or
I a4i Kst tS-ai lm. 'i prt mm
(ilrBf4 from ear EirhuBjri.
blaAtern ReAeetor: Mr. H. lh
Pit rick vrpnt out hunting a few
Java since auJ killed three turkeys
and a large twonjjj lu k. (iix.d
hantiuR for one Any. People in
theee part houM 1h careful about
sendtujj money by registered lettor
iinleJi we had better mail routes.
Several letter pent from (ireenville
Li-nt week came uear Ihmiih lost, ami
after diligent C Arch h.d lxon m;de
were fonnd in a valine in Hotliel.
Wilmingum AVriVic; S'e he;ir
that typhoid puotunoni.l quite
prvvwlent in nome sections of Ten
der comity, although the cav.s have
proved fatal only in a few instances.
e regret to learn ol tlie iieatn
Joseph . Duncan, winch
occurred ;U Inn Lome :U K.vkv
i'oint, IVn.ler county, thi morning. ;
Kl wa typnoui anu pneii .
vu.-K-th litv FaW. Farmer..
in thi vicinity are nntiu;Uly do
preuiel by reason of tlie very low
price of corn. The crop r;usel wiw
far from a mod ooe, and it is difh
rnlt to market the grain nt Xi cent
a bushel. Indeed we have heard of
urn all ktU com selling at 2. cents a
boahel in town lst week. The
effect of the low price will be to
keeD corn off the market until ne-
cemity compels the iunu:rs to make
Weafern &i'aci: Big hogs call i
forth considerable discussion the.se !
,l... hnt Hm bet we have heard
are the porker of Mr. Tboe. Spngb,
in Salem, three In noniber, which
weighed espectively, 4a". and
315 pounds, net. Total llol in.
Age, 1 year and n nays. -uou.
a It. Linville, bring near Kerners
ville, this coonfv, was in town the
past week, and tells u that his
MOOS Slileil a WlkJ cat iui men
dogs while out hunting the other
night. The animal was brown and
white striped, weigneu aoouc twen
ty pounds and measured three ft-et
is length. It gave the dogs a li vely
Sraitbfleld Herald: Ne:vrly M)
bales ot cotton sold in Suiltbftehl
last Tuesdsy. Mr. David w.
A vera, from the npper edge of tins
Township, eight miles from Smith-
field, is one ot tbe nest farmers in
this portion of the State. lie has
a large farm at nis borne pi ace oe
sidea other plantationa. Resides
his tenants, Mr. Avera ran seven
nlowa in his own farm; with these
seven males be cultivated ICO Acres
in eottton, and raised 1C7 boles or
400 lbs., over 23 bales to the mule;
besides tbia be raised about 275
barrets of corn, aboat 10,000 lbs. of
oatSy, LU basbels of wheat and a
large crop of potatoes,
Tarboro Southerner: Wbo
be postmaster is still agitating the
Tarboro pa bl to. Daily a new Rich
mond takes the field. So great is
tba Dumber now tbat tbey cannot
be eaaily ennmerated. We think
there is sneb a thing aa being too
previous. We do not think that
there is in this county three bales
of cotton or 'fifty barrels of ooru in
the field. Oar people in (heir year's
work are nearly a month ahead.
A colored man in this county
with ooe horse made twenty-two
liblea of cotton and between thirty
five and Ibrty barrels of corn.
Mr. E. Zoeller says Mr. Beuj.
Selbv. of Wilson, has not been seen
since tbe fire at tbat place and no
one has any information as to bis
whereabouts. Mr. Belby was em
ployad at Us brother's livery stables
which was bnrnsd, Jl absence
was not noted nnlil it was too ate
to search for tbe remains in the
'Wilson Adreaee.- A seveu years
old son of Mr. Isaac Woiuble, a
prosperous farmer who lives uear
Nashville, nicked 208 pounds of
cotton in one day this fall. How is
that! In Greene county, near
Beth Beamon's, Mr. Geo. N. Farm
er, ipa .of Benj. D. Farmer, oi Wilson,-
abo Jrea visiting in Greene,
fell in a ditch anil atrk bis breast
against a stump, and diod iii s few
minutes. Mr. Farmer suffered
from hsart dlaease and it la thought
the jar from tbe fal1 brought on his
disease in its worst form from
which be died. His remains were
brought to Wilson Wednesday and
buried in tbe old family burying
gjoond. We are glad to know
that Gyt. W. A. Darden, tbe ex
cellent rsfwentative-elect from
Greene, ts in firlf sympathy with us
in our war against this high a on
Waynesville AVw: fto many uc
cidents have happened by the otire
lea handling of guns and pistols
that such items as this are no
JougMT regarded with surprise by
Uw CAfal reader. The victim
I wtioac sad deaJit ot have to chron
icle this weeJk wajs Un uufortnnate
littie Walter Jlrown, sou of tjrs.
W. Ilrosn who lives riear town.'
Walter and a crowd of sjrjaJJ boys
were out hunting Saturday even-'
ing last, and in handliug the gun
he had the barrel (Kiinted directly
toward his face when Muster Hugh
llerron came up to him and acci
dentally dropied his gun, it sink
carried Uoi nd I lie services of
Dr. McFadyeu cj;c suuiuu.mel,
who louud Uu mjuries too se.veri
for liftolw sustained, and ileathi
onsciod early Kuuddy unHuing
Wllml non SUlr: T)jtJ ,n0i lV
llirianu Ht:it,. W o flunk
ln-Iuve tuai utiuu oV .tbtM' connec
tious will t maib', aiijtU aji early
day, too. An ofheer ol tlie Si'li-
mingtoii W'eldou Jiailfoxil 111
loruied us yestTilay that Iimuujio
live engines which sold for ?I.!,."Mi
two yeais ago, could How ve bought
fur JO.IHKI; ami that steel rails had
de.ii.ue,! ul cr ." jwr cent in value
111 the sawie Xjuijt. Ihe price now be
Uxiut ft.rV to fi, 'T ton.
Jf dK'S sccin that nov is Uie 1
ti tuiLi aud ecjmp railro.uls. .(
Yfti'rdJV uijfiuiig. at about ten ,
miniitcx n( i tr iiM)L, ilicer is. II.1
Terry went t (h reu'4iAA t4 Mr.
Batsoii. SiiM'riiitinU'iU oflaghfs
on Princess, Ixtween
N:iith stieel.s. to awake him. when
the back door of Mr. .1. M. Hard 1
aiek's store, situated almost in
..... .r If- w 1,..,.. u- ,w
J , w ' . AluL ':lH 1
,,7vT;'.,, i,r ,.1 t.. ti...
I M 19 10.AI MAAM BC .io n m i"' i
circuaisuuU', a IkWJiv -i.red in
dividual fcinio rusAwiug oif ai ,lue
d(Kr and made fort lie street. OfticVr ,'
Terrv inmiied off the piaza whi're
hq wai standing at the tune mnl ,
F5ve him sue blow aeross the legal
club at linn its ho ran out of the
gate. The faitlve, after gaining,
the street, rau down rrinceasto,
l.ighlh street, rtnd down haghth o
Market, otucers Terry and Merritt
in hot pursuit, the former tiring at
him two or three times, but without
effect, and the man finally succeded
in making his escape.
S . 1 .,rk V,.: M.
W asiiini; Ti'N, 1 cc. 1l'. Presi
dent Arllnir is now looking as well
hs he did ln n he lirst came to
Washington to preside over the
Senate. Al the time of Garfield's
'death he w,us very much overcome
I by the sudden l esonsibiIi ty of the
pumfiil situation so unexpectedly
i forced upon him. Ho was very
'much wonied during the first vear
.iiiii. M I i -. iii- ' i uti iim
..r i.;.. ..;.. s 'Pi,., .,1. I fotin
, ,..,,., .,..,r,v, r I. t he nrti,
was mxwh tll:UI :uivthinc he
liti, ,v nns v 0T , (t.r u. l . 0lu,
year ago last spring he was really
very ill. lie had been m bad physi
cal condition for several months.
The doctors ordered a change. The
PresnU-nt. under bad advice, went
to Florida at the close of the -eason,
when the relaxing days of spring
were at hand. The result of this
trip was bad. At one place the
President was taken 'down with an
attack of inflammation of the
stomach. This illness was reported
as a meie bilious attack, but the
truth is it was a most serious
case of in rl.un nm t ion ol t he stomach.
and if it had not Im cii tor the most
skillful treatment he would have
died. This would have precipitated
the awful c.ilauiity
Kdninnds a I'lm l
the eountrv .
When tlie President reiuinedto
Wa-shiiigton he was still ordered to
wander in search of health. Ilis
Yellowstone tri p waa made under
very favorahle circumstances, Imt
it was verv l.itiuiiig and the Picmi-
lent felt, it necessary to go to thei had called at Ihe lute House dnr
seashore to rest for some weeks, i ing the week. Generally there are
Hecaino back in the fall in fairly a dozen or more among the callers
good condition P.uthedid not get; in this t i me. They increase greatly
back into a first class condition of i during periods of political excite
health until he took to horsebaclrj ment.und fall off at holiday times,
riding. He riues now when the ; the time, the now Administration
weather will permit for two hours 1 comes in there will be a constant
after his u ork is done in his oflice. ! struggle on I lie part of the door-
l saw the President yesterday in
the White Hons, library, where he
now sees his visitors. Grant and
Hayes preferred the Cabinet room.
Mr. Arthur always rock every ono
iu the library. When he is talking
ith hisjjcneral visitors ho stands
up. v lieu ne is receiving 8Kciai
callers he sits behind a small wiit-
ing desk and, wheeling on his re
volving chair, talks to the visitor,
who is seated in a chair upon the
left. I have never seen the Presi
dent look so well physically. His
color is good. His complexion is
clear. His flesh looks solid and
bag ost the flabby look of a year
ago, wiier. ho was in such poor
health. He was dressed jn a snug
fitting business suit, a dark -mixed
goods. A red rosebud was in the
tight, narrow lapel ot
buttoned cutaway coat.
his four -
The president is always willing
to talk freely with ieoj)o jn whom
he lifts confidence. Newspaper cor
rea(ondent.s who treat him fairly
find the President as accessible, as
any of the public men of Washing
ton. He lias a prejudice against
interviews, lie thinks it is not in
keeping with the dignity of the po
sition. So during his administra
tion no interview coming from him
has been published. His reasons
for snch a policy are very simple.
Upon public matters he has regular
channels for communicating his
views. Private matters ho thinks
no president should over take np
for piiblio discBssjpu.
I asked him yesterday il he would
not say something iu answer to the
criticism that he had not given his
party the aid he should have during
the hue campaign. 1 said to him:
"Some of Mr. IMaine's friends think
you could have saved New York,
and they charge you with more
than indifference."' The, President
said in reply to this that whoever
excused himself, in his opinion, ac
cused himself, aud he should not
depart r.om- ni' 01 silence no
matter wuat pj?Ucs;n was made.
Ho did not care u talk aUopt tho
New York Henatorship, beyond his
roferrlug mo to his private secre
tary, Mr. Phillips, who was uuthor
ired to say all the President desired
to have said iion the subject.
Tthe President in talking almut
his daily work smke of one of the
severest tasks he has during the
day, and that is his reception of his
general oaJior. He stands up all
through his" rcce prion of this class.
s generallv ouciinics'threi?, hours.,
has in thf work to be eoustant-
ly shifting his position to cut short
too importunate interviewers, ami
has tostand always on guard against
too great a demand upon his atten
tion. He is not always able to
escaH from the house to take his
hnrsteih.if k rides in t he afternoon, as
at times the diiiminds upon him are
so pressing from people wlioknow
how to break t"h rough' t he most in
The President believes that the
llecuti ve khonlil
a hous separate
tinct from Ihe
although he has
I ii' irnvi (li'il wit h
and cut ircl v ilis
never seen lit to
cm ImhI y this su jj,.S
sages to ( 'ungre-.
on in his mes
r l:nii; out at ! 1
cottage in t he S
hliei s Home. I I
"Vnii have no nh
and fatiguing it
how dejx c-v-n'ig
to live hi the same In, use. wlicre you 1
work. The down-town 'business
man iu New York would feel piite
dirteruntl' f after the close of his
day he wen' to tit down jn the at
mosphere of his oftien to find icst
and recriMtioii instead of going up
town to cut loose absolutely from
everything connected tvith
work of t he day
As 1 came back from I lie lilu ,ii
1 asLl'd Mi. I Miilb ps to give me .Mr.
Aj'tiiU,!:-' k'Osj.'ioll so I. II ;ls Ihe New
York .'je'uaJi.'r.Vi;. ; concerned.
He aaid: "Jhe J'lejijeiii f. not .1
candid. He, IS la-ell : I IJ 1 Mill
Ilo be. No on.. i aJthol ied to
-.e ik tor 1 1 till or 1 1 1 r him li, !,r po
s 1 1 lull ol seeking the honol. lie
will not do anything, imiii the li rM
o t h( last , I Ueoli-l -I elll U ! I II I 111 -
s ! o I
ol the I II lliol iij .-,.il.lH.I
11 aine repot lei I e'st i'."d . iy "
"There IS .1 bsol n t el II o I
nth 1 11
'( . 'Jbr J'n sideid could n
draw li'ilit p.'V'Joii he has iicei
oeeiipled, lii.il o a . ail d id .1 1 r. "
"Might li;- Hut lake uliit,- i-iifh
action if hi Irien.U sliould jiersist
dragging hi name through a hope
"I cannot speak .is to what may
or may not U' done 111 the future.
Cv.iaiiily no contingency has as yet
aj'iseu' t('ivc(ii lull's, for a singh' word
or act iioju
!i'r Io the
Tbe Tresiilpnt Wil
dent elect Cleveland arrives in
Washington, tender to him the use
of any room or rooms in the White
House for the purpose of consulting
i.;.. iv;.....i - 11 ;n
v i l u a it j v i 1 1 1,- i i it in iie t in
also give him a dinner a lew days
be lore his own retirement from
official life. These courtesies he!
regards as due Mr. ( levehjud, and
when it comes to liiitillmg the re- J
ipiirementK ol" courtesy the Presi-j
den t pei in i ts no one t o sii rpass him.
KANRS AT TIIK CAPITA I.. j
s i . sv i ; : j
Washington. lec Hi Last;
Saturday a fresh colored. cood-j
looking I'.nglish' woman, well'
dressed and having the appearance j
of a lady in good circumstances, J
called at the While House audi
-.usked to see the President. The
sergeant at t lie door, who is an ex-
peit in detect ing cranks, suspected j
t ii in something in the caller s man
ner that she was not in her right
mind, so he asked her it l.er busi
ness was very urgent. She replied
that it was. She had invented a
machine to kill or lay a ghost, and
she was anxious to see the Presi
dent to have him ask Congress to
nppmpiiaio a sum of money to em
ploy her to clear up all the haunted
localities in the country. She
offered, as a test of good faith, to
lay the ghost, ot Guitvau, which she.
says haunts the Washington jail.
She had also a psychologized wheel
lor telegraphing information to the
people. Turn it from yon to send
and reverse it when you desire an
swers. This she wanted the Presi
dent to use. Save uion these two
subjects the visitor was apparently
i vp upon ' as sane, as anyone. She was per
siuwled with difliuulty, however, to
give, up seeing the President, but
finally went off to see Senator
The sergeant in charge of the
door of I lie W hite House said that
il.is was the only craax. isiior who
keepers to keep out crazy people.
At the installation of every new
President a number of claimants to
"the throne." present them elves
and insist upon being put iu pos
session at once. Generally this
class is made up of dangerous luna-
tics. They nearly all are sent
promptly to Ihe Government asy
lum. Tbe dooi keepers never think
any crazy person is harmless.
They always get them nut as quickly
as jxissible. They remember that
from 1SS0 to the present Adminis
tration one-half of tho elected Pres
idents have fallen by the bullet of a
crank assassin. It souuds like a
large number to put it that way,
but it is nevertheless a fact. Lin
coln, Grant. Hayes and (jarneld are
the Presidents who have been
1 elected since that period, and two
1 tt rli. .m u'flrfl L-il u.l V li.,f nAotnf.
ism can show so bad a record for its
Mr, Jilaiuc, cvpr sinoe his experi
ence in the Garfield aNsassination,
has had a perfect horror of tho
roaming cranks of Washington, it
is doubtless one of the, consolations
to him that at least he now will
escaH3 the attention of the crazy
people who swann hero at all times
of the year. There was a man who
used to haunt tho walks in Lafay
ette Park last summer, who bid
fair to follow in the tracks of
Guiteau, so far as some high oflicial
was concerned. Ho was a tall, red
frowsy-bearded man, with a most
powerlul figure, clothed iu the shab
biest of clothes, lie was formerly
a mail contractor tiud had como to
Washington to collect a claim
against the Treasury. Of course he
had not succeeded. The injustice,
his failure and dreadful poverty
were not long iu unhinging his
mind. He used to send to the
World correspondent tho longest of
incoherent letters picturing the ter
rible injustice of the Treasury
officials. He used to walk in the
park late at night muttering and
threatening. I remember his coin-
! ing up to me one night and telling
that Jesus Christ had appeared to
iiiui tne night uetore aud ftaa di
rected him what to do, Jf ho had
in ono of his inspired moods "re
maved" the Secretary of the Treas
ury :t would not have been surpris
ing. Mention was made to one or
two ollicials one day of this man
and a day or two afterwards he
disappeared. I never knew where
he went, but it is probable that he
ia now an occupant of one of the
wards ji) $t. PJi-'abeth's Asylum.
1 1 is astonishing no eftSijy this
asylum cau be made to open to iu
clooe any eccentric individual who
in an unguarded moment makes
threats. It is always easy enough
to get a certificate from a half a
dozen of tho physicians whose
clientage is largely among the ofli
cial class. All of the justice offices
are appointive and directly con
trollable by the powers above them.
Suffrage is" bafiisjiod in the District.
If you, as - an iiidividuaj. arc
w ronged, you will have to hunt a
long time for' redress if you are 111
coniliet with the oflicial class,
Any one would laugh at the idea
ol tin' Itttri di- incliti under our
institutions. But some of the in
cinerations helcin the tiovern
incnt Asylum have had the look ol
the most arbitrary tyranny. There
was the case ot" liiggins, who hud
the idf':'. that Grant had destroyed
his doiiie.Iie happiness by spducing
his wife. ' lit' Was sane npou eyery
point but that, and ho was thought
to be sane upon that point until he
appeared befpre a (louse commit
tee and said his info jiad been
seduced in spirit. One day I iiggins
disappeared. It was afterwards
found that he was liri-U shut up in
the asylum and alter a time taken
Io l aii ope 111 charge of two Govern
ment agents, lie was left in Kng-
laiul anil ireeil upon 111s promise
iii'H-i to return. This was the
str.ujgc.si p,.it of 'he pcrloi inance,
to release a'ii jjaS.ir ,,1,111 upon his
MiW'd. Allei a tune "iggfrjs came
lioine ami la iimu cai lying on a siic
1 -ess I'u I grocery buinc.-s in Ihe
noi l hw estei 11 part of the city.
Naturally one might be inclined
to ask where the money came from
to carry oil' a man to Kngland and
to oa tl;;' expenses ol t lie agent."
All in c.VI iL.'.it.ioi! oi flit' Secret m'1
vice fu nil of t'hf 'l'lfiisiriy M'pait
it t hrnw s'liiiH1 lirt rwin ,
this MiHjVi't. i-'oi tlii.soili('e-rl(i,((Mi.;
:l ..-;a U4 Uyil i,JrlriiUeiJ Ibr fij N-(1 ,Hhel. medicine har, won for iLseii
lon pcruul. 'flip BiM'J' hus IrOCJ.l sueli Universal aptirobation 'in' its- own
;lij.litl jiiti'il ill hillh', u iillOUt 11 1 viry. rte, aiiU cminjtry, an4 amotijr all
sin-:!.' ienl liiiiiLUiull ujum it a US 'j , r3.4-ypr $rgaiari'Ila. If is fjie
lunilit niv. I f anv 1 K'moiTatie I
n lars 1 1" t lit" Tiviisurv is ever stnai t
OIlollll IO JXl'l ai UIU llisiiii v oi iiu.-
1'n nil from the days of Col. Whit ply,
. i. . i. , i . : . r il.;..
will make the great spns.it inn nl
'Tu - iadnijnlsfrnf i'-ii.
At a recent carnival iu Denver,
Col., all the guests appeared in cos
tumes made entirely ol paper.
Congressman Follett of tho First
Ohio district will contest the elec
tion of Benjamin liutterworth to
the Forty-ninth Congress.
A movement is on foot to secure
from the Secretary of the Treasury
a recommendation that legislative
action be taken for the relief of the
Kingston, Out., Dec. !. The
vitizens of this place are becoming !
diiiiiiicu iuiuuin 11U1U IUU OllhUl-
pox stricken village of Stoco visiting
the Kingston market. Measures
will be taken by the authorities to
prevent such visits while danger of
Boston, Dec. D. Hugh O'Brien,
the Democratic candidate for Mayor,
was elected to-day by a plurality of
3,424 over Augustus P. Martin, the
prescut Mayor, who was the Repub
lican and Citizen's candidate. The
total vote was 51,906, a falling off
of abont 7,000 from the vote at the
By a peculiar concatenation of
events, the free traders are gener
ally in favor of protection to the
Louisiana sugar industry and the
protectionists are against it. This
is because the Government receipts
from the importation of sugar are
about .150,000,000, and if that
should be done away with the rev
enue would need very little further
rednction, and the remaining pro-
I tective features of the tariff' could
stand without disturbance. This
is the reason why the free traders
are for a little protection in Louis
iana. Alas that expediency should
so often bo the foundation of prin
ciple ! N. Y. Sun.
Little Rock, Dec. 9. Joseph
Cook, leader ol the gang that rob
bed tho passengers on the Pine
Bluff train on Saturday night, con
fessed this morning, aud implicated
Clifford, Adolph Parker, anil Kline,
his contederate8. Clifford and
Parker are in custody here, and
Kline is reported to have been cap
tured in Garland county this after
noon, and. will be brought here im
mediately. They are all youug
men, and residents of this city ex
cept Clifford, who came here three
weeks ago Irom Chicago. Parker
is the son of a leading fnrnitnre
dealer of this city, and only 17, years
old. The police have recovered
nearly all tho property and money
that the gang got on the train.
Montreal, Dec. 9. Before
Veunor died he had completed t he
mamiscript of his almanac for 1885,
which has just been issued from
tho press here. In his general
forecast, he says we areiu a "moist
period," which will continue for
two years, extending over the
Northern and Middle States and
Canada. The fall of 1884 ho pre
dicted would bo very open, W'th a
mih, uuscttlpd winter to follow,
with great falls pf rain aud snow.
Ho also predicted an unusually
green Christmas aud a mild New
Year, As far as eastern Canada is
concerned, the forecasts have been
fulfilled almost to the letter. Tho
country is destitute of snow, and
the rivers are free from ice, with
mild, rainy weather.
New Orleans,' Dec. 9. "The
world," said Director-General
Burke yesterday, "never witnessed
an exjosition of the magnitude of
tins. There are more machinery,
more art, more agriculture, and
more exhibits of tho natnral re
sources of America, t han the world
has seen before at one time. Two
thousand car loads of material have
been carried to the Exposition, and
the buildiDgs are not yet half full.
Two thoqsand car loads of freight
are on wheels or in vessels, and we
shall open with more in position
than has ever been seen in an ex
hibition heretofore. Applications
for space have been allotted for
British, French, Belgian, Prussian,
Austrian, Italian, Spanish, Chinese,
Japanese, Siamese, Central Ameri
can, and Mexican exhibits, cover
ing 100,000 square feet of space.
Our floor space is about 2,500,000
square feet, and we shall not be
able to allot space for a week, be
cause the ground floor and the
galleries are full to overflowing.
We slialj add a- building 4QQ feet
long to the main building, arid have
it finished by Dec. 10, although not
a post is up."
Washington, Dec. 10. A dele
gation of Congressmen, headed by
of the New Orleans Exposition, and
Senators Lamar and Hampton,
called upon tho President to-day
and luvited huu, iu view of his in
ability to be present at the opening
ol tho JviKisifjon, tp tak:e parp in
the eerenlouios while ho roiuained
iu Washington. It is proposed to
connect the White House with the
Exposition buildings at Xew Or
leans bv telegraph wire. At noon,
the 10th hist., in the presence of
his Cabiuet, members of Congress,
judges, Government oflicials and
foreign representatives, the Presi
dent is expected to start the ma-
ehanjnory of the Exposition by
electricity. ' I'leslueiit Arfhur will
probably give his answer to-morrow.
Invitations have beeu sent to the
House and Senate asking each body
to participate in the opening cere
monies. A Hard Year.
Apropos of the late groundless alarm
aniong the colored people on account of
the election of Cleveland, a friend from
the neighboring county of Columbus
tell;; a popd pne. He says an old darkey
was Iieard remarking fg (.big pffect one
day recently in hfe hearing:
"In de spVing 'and sutnfner thar wus
so much rain that the swamps wus al)
under water- And pp shingles could
be. got. and )u de fal) de wed der wus so
dry dat we wus almost dying for water,
and now the dimocrats hare done got
into power! Hies.- de Lord, its a hard
vear fur niggers, auybuw. " - livmi'm
Willi llit yi-ar l.ss.'i tn,, iinpi-irtaul
srrials will hi' oiiiinK'ni eil in UarjM-r'x
Miitjaziuc, imp (if them Ly 'i)nst.inct
I Vniinoro Woolson, whiwe "Anne" and
"JVn; Ljie Uajor" jiliiL'tnl her in thi front
rank of AVhiT nri ijw.veltlen. Her new
iiovcl will be cllcj "isabt ngeju, ; ' an.J
it prini.vs U) ho us strong .1 story as
"Aniui." whiln Biiperior to it in artistic
treatment. The other "At the lit il
(llnve " is a lr ijlit, liumorous novel
loeateil in Home. Switzerlami , by a
writer as to whose identity the publie
is permitted to Kuess. It is to be fnllv
illustrati'il by Mr. C. S. lieinhart. fron'i
, 1. ... m.,.l., .mi.) .K.. f .1..
,1V, , .
'A"'T"V l.'TrV t,f'"
ritieiH, with the Iodide of I'otansiurn and
Iron, ever offered to the public.
Envelopes and business cards printed
in good style and cheap at the Journal
A Good Oiiorluiiity to Visit Xcw
, nradford ;l'.i.) l(oiul!k';in. ;
Through the efforts of wmw of our
friends in Bradford county in connec
tion with others in New Berne. N. t'..
the fallowing arrangements have been
made for persons living in this section
or adjacent hereto who may vir,h to
take a pleasant trip to the sunny South
during the winter months, viz.: Tickets
are now on sale at the otliee of YV. II.
Fitzgerald, No. 1.Y7 West Baltimore St..
Baltimore, Md.. of the Baltimore Steam
Packet Co.. (Old Bay Line), good from
Baltimore to New Berne and return at
the low price ol 9 no. Of course while
on the ho;it state room and meals are
. hut they can be taken as sireri.
ns livin: in Klinira, N. Y.. or in
this vicinity, or at ; ny points south of
Klmira the Nc rlhern Central Kail
way, cm leaM'hoine Wednesday mm n
ing and arrive iu Baltimore in time to
get a ticket, take the steamer down the
Chesapeake, spending Wednesday nitrht
in refreshing sleep on one of the elegant
Moating palaces of the old B;iv lane,
arriving at Norfolk. Virginia. Thursday
morning, and having ample time for a
transfer from the Bay boat to the Nor
folk Southern Railway, which is a short
but pleasant run ol about forty miles to
Elizabeth City, N. C. Here the cars
run right down near the bank of the
Pasquotank river, where lies tho large
and comfoi table steamer Shenandoah,
of the Old Dominion Line. Passengers
will have about two hours' time at
Elizabeth, when all go on board the
Shenandoah aud have a delightful sail
down the Pasquotank river and into the
North C'arolinasounds. Thursday night
we spend on the waters of eastern North
Carolina; Friday morning we awake in
sight of the city of New Berne on the
placid waters of the river Neuse.
New Rerne is sitm.ted at the junction
of tbe Neuse and Trent rivers, with a
water view of the Neuse Bay below, of
at least twenty miles. The natural re
sources of the back country is rich and
is capable of producing full crops of all
kinds of food products. It has fine
timbers of various kinds which are con
venient to the riyers and creeks. Hunt
ing, fishing, driving, rowing and steam
boat riding are perfectly practicable.
Shell rock for makiDg lime abounds in
an unlimited supply on the Trent river;
a fiDe opportunity for an enterprise in
lime manufacturing. The winters are
mild, and this section is specially adapt
ed for raising early- sorintr lambs for
Northern markets. Fruit growing,
truck farming, bee culture, and eruss
growing may all he profitably engaged
in, ana oniy neeu the energetic nush of
some of our progressive people to give
aiun demonstration of the prolita that
may be reaped therefrom. As a pleas
ure resort. New Berne possesses many
natural advantages. Iu addition to
named already, th&re is wild goose
Bhooting, wild turkey hunting, and.
ducking all the time. At the lakes just
below the city, near the Atlantic and
North Carolina Railway, there is an
abundance of wild fowl, while the
forests are full of deer, bear, coons.
opossum, and kindred game.
over in unslow. by a pleasant drive
of forty or forty-five miles on good
roads, may be reached a country in
which wild deer actually roam in flocks
of five to a dozen, while the New river
affords the lineut oysters south of Lynu
Haven Bay, and equal in quality to any
in the world. -The settlers are a genial
and hospitable class of people who
highly appreciate a visit from anv well
disposed person during the leisure of
their winter recess, and will see to it
that a sojourn among them is inepen
sive as well as enjoyable.
New Berne, as may be seen by the
map, is the center of a rich section of
country and enjoys the advantages of
both land and water in providing deli
cacies tor tne table. It would be well
that some of our neonle should avail
themselves of the rare opportunity to
see mis pieasant land.
Editor Journal: Allow mo space in
your paper to state to the public tho
progress or our Craven County Teach
ere s Association. Whereas, a number
of the officers and members met on Sat
urday, December 6, at the colored
graded school building on West street
Meeting convened at half past twelve
o'clock. The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved, and
also other business was attended to,
after which the president gave out cer
tain work to be done and presented at
the next meeting.
Meeting adjourned until the first Sat
urday m January 1885. All frionds of
education are invited to attend.
Alexander Bass, President.
J. O. Sutton, jr.. Secretary.
waa tho first preparation perfectly adapted to
euro diseases of tho sculp, and the lirst suc
cessful restorer of faded or gray hair lo its
natural color, growth, and youthful binuty.
It has had many imitators, Imt none have so
fully met all the requirement iieedful for
llio j trope r treatment of tho huir and fcnlp.
Hall's Hair Uentwf.ii baa steadily pnmn
iu favor, aud spread its fame ami useiubuKs
to every guartr pf the globp. Us Jiipur T
Jele steppes puu be attributed to tut tli(
cause: the entire fulfilment of Us promi&t.
The proprietors have often been surprised
at the receipt of orders from remote- coun
tries, where they had never made au effort for
The use for a short time of Hall's Haiu
Kknewer wonderfully improves tbe per
sonal apear.ince. It cleanses the scalp from
all impurities, cures all humors, fever, and
dryness, and thus prevents baldness. It
stimulates tho weakened glands, and enables
them to push forward a new and vigorous
growth, Tho effects of this article are not
transient, like those of alcoholic prepara
tions, hut remain a long time, ivuiijh imiLcg
its ue a matter of economy.
Will i-li:ingo the beard to a nnlural bitiwn,
W bi:tn k, ms desired. 1 1 pn t uee ;i permum-nt
ro,. .- i Imt will not w:ush away, i ' isist i nj.: of
a .iobi preparation, it is applied uitlnmt
E. I. HALL & CO., K;i:l.i'.:: H.ii.
. jjl Ml-
foe, all Tin: re:
tlio brut leoii'ily
mol st'rtri'liiiii; :
blooil-purili. -v, is
S'lM by all Druggists ; f 1, six Ixjtllos, $5.
Jack for Sale Cheap.
II.UKA I'IMi i ' ' N i I S i ' A N I s 1 1 . 1 K
f-'i ii; o-V l .J ( ' 1 1 i Mum s,,i,.
Apply i iil-.s, N i IT ?l I'I.!': in .; ( lv-
i i "l .
Hue WIUTI-: STKKlt with dark red
shiiiililers, and one KKI 'I)V. They
were bronchi Io New Herne on Satur
day, the.lilth insl.. and came across
l'ettipher's I'erry. The owner will come
forward . prove, properly, pay charces.
ami fiift t(iiis;ii'i'', II. SWKliT.
i tec. iy. iv:-'" ijwv,-
Extra Early Peas,
I ii hkIic Ik i ,i t , , i :
ii. si Kuril Karli. s
l-:.-u'I. , nm so wirl
h'.-i i I v Ki lil. -J mi
All kin. Is .,1 , ;:,
1. 1 ),-r luiKl,
r Mi i'i 1 1 . ; n a-
s 1 1 mil si reft,
i'.:i 1 1 uu ,r,
. i.i d 'i
"J-hp Kntiro Stock of Hardware ami
Hoiibo Furnishing Yioods in hitore, north
east corner of Middle and South Front
Rtreotfi, will be closed out AT COST
within the next THIRTY DAYS, by
order of the assignee.
umSGdwlm C. A. HART. Aot.
w royal sw:jji
Thin powder never varies. A marvel of
purity . si reiigth, hikI whoieHomeuess. More
eHiitniUiiI limn Uie ordinary kind, and can
not be sold In competition with the multitude
of low Uist, Mtiort weight. alum or phosphate
powders. Sold only In cant. Koyal Making
Powdkr Co- 10 Wall-et.. W. Y. novls-lvdw
WV IiX ABLE TO AT.LI
ro a i. li m r
Will be mailed
tn ftll aDtlicADta
and to cunomen of last rear w uiurat
ordarinsriL It containa llliutrations. nrlflaa.
deaoriptions and direct iom for plantln aQ
Vegetable and Flower SEBDS, BVI.BB, eta.
The Klour lloiihe of w YI.1K. SMITH A CO.
of Jtali i mort lirus a nut loiutl rput-ntUm ft r
tlieexi-utof t lie 1 1- l.Ubi i en; mid ehuriwUsr olf
I lii'ir IIItA.NliR OK FLOUtt ARE ALW4Y8
IIMKORM, STKIC'I'l.y HKI.IAHI.F. nd de
livered at ihe LOWKST MARKET 1'KIl'KH.
CAKES AND CRACKERS.
The Old and Well Krio-ii Firm of JAR. I).
MASON A i'.O. Hupply a mil line if every viv
riety olOikoK ami ('rnrkt-i'B. KjtliHlaction In
every Instance (Guaranteed.
I am Sole Agent here for the
aliove firms ; being in daily receipt
ol telegraphic market quotations, I
can therefore guarantee LOWEST
PRICKS and FULLEST SATIS
Goods ordered by telegraph.
JAS. W. MOORE.
TRENTON, N. C.
TOYS for the HOLIDAYS,
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
Candies, Apples, Oranges,
NUTS, KAIS1NS, VAC, FAc ,
IN FULL LINE.
Calico, 5 cents,
Homespun, 5 cents,
N. O. Plaids. 9 cents,
ami other ( JikxIh at LOW RATES.
GROCEEIES, Cheap for Cash.
ill --'J il.t-wlm
Dissolution of Copartnorehip-
TIIK I'OI'A UTN KHSHII1 hVrplofore cxlat
inn ln-lwei-ll I'HILKMllN 1IOUL.ANH, Jn.,
anilnWKN 11. (il'loN Ik IIiIh day Unsolved
hy iiiulii.-tl ro iHrtiit, Mr. Holl.iud retiring.
Mr. (Oilon will cull 11 imp thf' liriu''(e of law
at I lio Kliind of Un- lau; Brill.
rrm.EMoN lioi.i.AMK. Jr.,
OWK'N li. IIIUON.
1. (Tllllirr litli. issi.. 7 dtf
Owen n. ii tioiv,
ATTOKNI5Y AT LAW
Office on Graven 8t... two diHireauove 1'ollock.
Will practice In the Conntlea of (Graven.
Jones, iniKlow, trrteret, lamllcoand Irfinuir
Frompkutteiition paid to colleotlona.
SALE AND EXCHANGE
Ilorst'8, UnntciPn alid Carriogt-H for Hire at
CKNTKAi, HOTKl, 1.1 IT, New Heine.N.d
.1. W. STKWAKT,
dor I ilv.'lni ' l-xftrletor.
For sale in any quantity at prices to u
Brlt'k have eon examined by good MattODi
and primouiirt'il Mrut-cJa8S.
Siiiuples chu he neon tl my store. Orders
luneHd&wtf K IU JONES.
COM M I SS OT E ftOJ I A NTS,
NKW BKIfNK. If. C (iAw
1 lutvc tliiol i In llrnt-rlnsK oidcr, on ('ra
von islrt-t'l, m dMr from M. I no it Hlrot,
liooiiiN for my Kuhiiiks.
J mil now pre ptirtMrio UirnUh my (ld (und
1 in'W) pitronK ( y stern In fvi ry style
Also, fiintlllcs Hiippltid liy tin' plnl, fjiittrt
'J liiinkintr 1 1 piil roiiH lor las). I'ur'R I lit-
roiwii;t' : J Iiumh (o n 1 1 n in- to kt litem
or I i wtf
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Kuilish T'l'i l iliyiT,
Oniiin I'V.i Uli.iT.
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2.M00 Sacks Ilissiilved lionp, 'jJfl0
l,tWt " J'me Jalaml. 1,0:0 ". l'okouiokt'. ' t. .
Meadow's Kxtra liarly Peas, Seed Potato. fteniiH and other Garden and Hr-Id
CORSER POLLOK AND MIDDLE fiTRKKTS, . f""
WAREHOUSE COTTON EX0HANG2 PIJICE, NEWBKRlC W, oJ
! JONATHAN HAVENS,
i tiM M ISSIOV MKKCHANT,
NEW BERNE. N. C.
' 1 1 :i : t. -i.it to I lie sale of ( 'ol Ion, Klr un
0 ' i - i l ,i i f, I mi , 'i iii8iKtiel to hi in .
!' ' .".KiiiiKaelilK. iu-2ridlw uP.iu
Queen Street, Kinaton, N. C
T. .1. I'OBl.AW, Proprietor.
111 H i; I'
TUB WITTIKNT, IlllKlllTK.r A.M
11W(T OK W K.K.KI.IKH.
THE OBEAT FAMILY PAFEH..
TkK Taoka of Readtnii Mattbu III
STJBSCRIBOii JST OAy
AJTO KICtTTI Till PIH FOB TUB
BALANCE 0M884 FREE
KOTFiw lAminiiinr. AOwna
WANTED KV KKVWHKUK.
THE FREE PRESS CO.. Detroit. Mck.
Krvtrtneof the iwnr of eal onntalne.1 In
a Mortnafio JH-pd ei ui"l ly Kd. J. Wlille
and wife, U. (' WInO'. in Jolm '. Woolen, .lr ,
(and by him trmii.fiTri.l i urn, recorded In
the otnee ui rtetciHwr in i eiu" mr imifru
oiimil, in Hook KB, Koiloe nil, IW. 1M, KM and
1WI we -will ei-ll for .h al Hie (XH'KT
HOHHK In NEW UK UN, N C. on MONOAY.
JANUARY 12th. I'., io TWKI.Vr; orlora.
M.i Wie iirprty ooiiv-od in Mid niorternffe,
lieniif alz tiuudrd arr-s of iuiid, niar i-
lon. In HAIQ oouniy Ol I mvi-ii, iwnn-uniri
doarrllwcl Iu mnrliriit;i- nfrri.ii Inulmvp,
MITCH Kl.I. .t Kl K.I.HH.
dotl d w:KVI AnIniif'B of HirtH('.'
. TDK UNKIVAUCD
HEW FARMER GIRL
the New Kni'iurr Uirl u l i 1 1. . t i.iui K. nuilrnl
(looklnj Apparalua. li i.uh imc. lim-eand
Oven , ratent rvt-n flo I . mi-iri ltrrth
Plate, lVer Aeh Kt ami AkIi I'unlinor. Th
Cnitw t'lncea all have rolil ulr iru, and Dm
covers aire amootli nml hmi .
Irne Hlnicleirwn l).K.r. 1 1n l.leiil.
The lamely lnerenaeil naln oi ihla move
ntluat irB jHipolftrltr Kw r m..i- lully war-ranted.
ll i and Tho Household.
P. Mi DRANEY, Sole AKentr-vj
oc4 . NEW BERN K. N . C. dw '
m mmi jqdbnal
WITH TWK1.VB flITT l-AI-KU I'ATTKIINI
TOOK OWN MSLKC'TIMN AKUOK ANV BISK.
BOTH PUSLICATIONS, ONE
, , ron
$3.00 (THREE DOLLARS).
Oi v lo MVtiinoa.
pirtstned with prtfrtnM Wtc Ktujravtnaa.
iniotcwrararoa and OU llotarue.
Oomineaotaur wltb tho Nuvumlw iimin
each Xasaalae wlU onataln a OuvrMN
ukdbh, enutnnir Uw boidor to tho anleottna
Of AltT PATTKUN illustrated In tbat uuuv
bor, anil In ANT 81ZK.
DKMOHBHT'8 MONTULY la jiMtlr natHled
tho WorM'i Modul Maffmlno. Tbe LanrwaM
'orra, me iMTgen ta mrculatkxv and ta beat
TWO Dollar Family Mairazlnu laaued. lMwiU
be tbe Twenty-flint year of Rn pubUnatfcm; It II
now improved ao extertKivuly aa to plane It la
tbe front rank of Family Pertodiuala, and equal
to any magazine. It contains at paarea. buva
qnartn. Hie z 11 H loebaa. elevanUy printed aad
fully) illiutratnd. eanb number havtna atani
enfrravlDira, oil picture, or art aubjnota, pab
lisbed by W. JennUuW neoxireat, r York,
f iictli Journal at $3.80 Pr Yeai,
F o u w bl
FOB LADIES ONLY
A BB11BDT endoraed by the lum rtiyil
rlnnnnnd UrnKif lata at Ita hunic r.l-
A IIKDIKDV that Mr. C. W. li'(-lll.
ltKAIKHV that Mr. C. W. nl'Hc.iH, kNM
water, Ara.;a.Varalel btt wiflWni kl tfl;
aliil'd iKMl. iiml lie 'iMfllrvf-aaaVed her tla. '
in u ritrtfnlneii
A KUnHDV (rfwtilobu ntdfnlnenl Allulok '
iiu-ri'liuiivanld l "1 would nave alVen tMAaa
H.MHI rk I would a ulrkle for wliat t wo hoi.'
I li'ii of ytmr niedlolne did (or my daiuiMer."
A HKBIROV In reicanl to which H. J -'
h.'IIk. M I), Hrlmiilat; Thofnnavl.lf. ...
K im. "I uan ri-oall ltmluim n in wLU h It at
fordeil ri licf after all Ibr uaual reinedlea
A 1 KM Kill ulMHit wlilrlillr. K. h Kerrell,
liCiraiiKe, ijn wrlle : "i have uard lor Ilia
laxi twenty years the medlelne you art
puttliiK up ami ronaider It the btml' ooiptd
nation ever Kottcn UiyeUif X (uf tltedlaeaaa
lorwhti'li it la reouuimended."
A KEIUKDV nixnilwhli-hlT. Joel Hrautaaaa
Aiianui, Mid: "I have examined Uie r
ilM', and have uu hesitation In advlalti( Ita
imp. and onnili nlly remuuaneud It "
A IIRKKDY whlrh Hie Kvv H. H.Johnanai
near Mnil.ua. ja,, aaya he baa Bad) tn kta
ramily wini Die "almoet atrHsftteUiip" nii
ri-i'oninieiuli'rl It o Uireo (riili "aLu
Him ii u lie juot what II 1 nrnmuietMirVL
A ukiikuv ii
wbU'.li I "mi
v lli-iiniuou Nay: "We have baei
rniuuerton. lV n
ftir'nunjij naa, with raWnlivh'liy
il.. l liearlii le lu.a HiaMpi iih i ). m
A HKMltnV of wliln
"i "Hi.ini4. ni.ir,
' t t '
lAii.ar, runkiri Li
ifroa. u, lour niootha.
mar kiivf "We a., 1.1 irroan Lji
ani never kiII II. hi any pUKe t0 rUaul
as wnoiril HKHMl " 'rV.
A KRMKOV l.y wbleUAT. Baoah at '
i finiiKP- ua., najii: -i imei'd rmeof theaucii ,
I oimiiua:e uu' n of VK'AVIVa .Uk.tmua.
i I ION Hint ever fame wtUiln my kMvkaaev ' ,' i
u llli a few nolllek. ,
" ""unris! "i wnieii ir. . :. imaa, nntavi;
Hiiina, A la nay; "I am lully oonV
illy convince) h.M'
i-laaa .. oi Ale, , ,,,V
11 U uiirivaliMl for UiHl cIiibi
M loi-li 11 I'liiiina to cure.
A Mk'MKIlY nliolll which Mn. JnllBl O. WbH'
hit, of A I lanta, wfll and favorably kffw '--.,' .
ai i i iv fr in.-1 , ii imu nwiMiii aitfraeraj J usu , 9 .
riiii.f An,, nl. KajH. "1 uaed 111 la rtmi. i
fiiif Ihe war. on a lame plautalioailQaaraaA '
tiutnlMT of riiKf h, alwa wllb AlauiluLa aZ
A HKMKKV i. I.inl Mhloli Mr J. W uii..i f .';v . -..
f i rl..r,N ,e. in ;rtli,.tIM,Cut . yj
i nn ,1 lu.i iiieuilx-ra of liln family of t.Tu ' i IVV
Linini iriiKiiiny of uuiiiy ears' aiaodipii ' fjV "
hl. Orra4 Ueeartty I1,.k tZ ' I
Mf ml fur our Treal lae on "Tleelll, ..I
..I .., ,,,,.11.1 .. " 1
itu a n-iKi.i Ukuii'i.AroaCxv, ;
rb txra 'arw'-r
ck Kninit teiTurnnlfO Mofmall.
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