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WARF.ii ; . TT- N KXl'H AN' ''
100.1)1)0 Iil'SlIHl.S OF KICK.
Ft wbi. h w- w'.l. th.j Highest Market Price. W. Rice,
Corn, Cotton, m tht or any oti;. r ma-k. :. t" r One Commission.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON PRODUCE IN HAND.
U K K1KK l'i i: S. L
vio sock an.i utitc'', at UO ' Iv. P.OTTOM iilUT- " - ('ASH.
ia part of :
. bbU. ' Karvka Kfn" Fl-ur
.") bbL. Floor
.V) bb', - Whit.- Swiri-- 1 : -
bbi. iy ic' ch " f: --I-.
.'. bb!.. North La.'o'' F'.
b. !.. -Non.- R-tf. r" Fl-":.-.
.'h bbi. "St. liftir; " V 014', th 1: ... i c i- '
J-" S.-t liio (.'off. .-.
I ) Sa-ks " Laoav ri. " :): " ar. i !-
r bbU. Pork. 10 b. v I. C K- ': .. ir '. lh -
lnt r-fiiwj an.l bn.-k t 1..-
! tuba BtltU-r ; "ij ("h'Ni.- ! . : cr.. :;. r .
V) bojff (Tck xi an 1 ''ak-
15 bbls. of MoJjbwm Srra'.
. bbU of far jmr ol.i "b ruii" Vuiar.
I. b bit. Sugar. Tea. Spi.t;, Kitra.-:j. -to.
VV carry a Sn tine of Cnn-i t. --! a .-an : foan i n t!
!.()) bx of CSt from $1.I t. () r-r hun i.-.' i.
Irilird &! Gail and At' Snri'T a: xr-. ;;'i. . ir r'- r-rx
Toba.-i-o c h 'p by the box.
AO btfi Siap.
".' offr a iriTi in Pf - r Sar'-.
If roq not think ar tn irv. -t, .-.; t ur -t : r ar
coajLc tour protlaeo to
TTnlter 1. Biirru & Co.,
Rod Tront Store, South Front St., New Berne, N. C.
Oct It J Jt r
1 AM NOW PKKPAKF.P T '
f. '-c-' I. n 'f T. II -waH
t wA also buy Sod CottO" a- :
Bf.r". an -I Ti furn : - : ' 'is:
I ' pay Highest Market Price ' - Cotton Se-d - i Rice.
I ai prepared to buy t ' a.-- " - v 1 w - :'.- rj . :. i
oh.-.: r.iojoiucn'j of -u Krforenccs civc:i when desired
Who ?oa hare ('' t. . . , ,
I aai also A fat ft.- 1 ' : -'
I PKOLIFIC COTTON !v' l .W
OFFICE 0JTE DOOR NORTH 0T COTTON EXCHANGE,
AL1MIKUS W. OOI).
J GEO. ALLEN V CO.,
V I DIIAI.KlfS IN
i MACIHXKKV. A(d!in I.TriiAI. I M 1'I.KM' IN,
'Brick. Litre. Cement. '- : Hair, r.iint. 0-.'. Varnish.
t Futtv. Glass. Etc
Solicit ( '(Hii'rnni''!i;s
Which will -'
ON M('i' a l ; a i I . I : ri i:m
"nsumncc Aircni t' r I irv p.n'i L.i' r'i!'-i'
(GARDNER & GLENN
XANtJFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
-Open and Top liuggies,
ROGKAWAYS AND PHAETONS.
' Farm and Sjtrini: W;iLr"iiv "art-. Trucks
Dny.. H.V.- ' Z : . :;i;r.--. Y,:c
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m ta'ko.l nv.T m !ho Soiiato. an.l
.. I ! . .n-o .1;noiiw(..1 I nr. r Stat.'
( . ;iirr.', nnl n''c.l in .-.'ino por-
w i... r.'inhats. aii.l ua!o.l
' on I i ik..;a' .i.lmi-i.m to tho
! iiniri. a 'ar'y ino.iMiro, whioh had
. I. ita-i- "I .i.saoo. A great
j..irt i.: o i-r .!.. n is w.i.stod m
. .eh 1 ImiM' ma; uriiio lulN n Inch it
! k li .' in in it pass t ho nt hor
I .... 1 . Such nu'tlootual action may
s.i-.! ; .o! ; ' ; .".an s hu want to
: v ak c a i .id, luit it is ..I' no sT-
i, . :o r do c.iiintr , and defrauds
. . t i : t I' . !i i : .. .!' t a n ' 1 .llsilicss . . 1 at t oil
I ). a: ..era r :c -t ato.inioii lia o born
accused !.y tho otln-r side of study
m the I'loi.leiu "how not to do
an l h i ii c;' ' this winter, and of do
r.'i tninni rliat liothino shall ho
d. .no unt .1 .itr or t lie ( ".eveland i n
.m.'ur.i! ion. either oood or had.
I; -r it i'il tliat ( 'onoressuieii
M..irioti. M:l!s. F.loiint and Speaker
('ai h-lo h.ivi' deeided t hero shall bo
n. iiH'ddhni; with tho tarid this
. osi..n. It is thought rho rarifl re
lonn.rs nil! have control of the
lle: ll.'il-e. .'Ul.l It IS stated by
Iriond- of t.iritl relorin that the
llepuMieaiis nt' Missouri and other
States where tiie an 1 1 -proh i bi t ion
sentiment l- strouo. have pledged
themselves to support a bill to re
duce duties. Mr. Morrison, wants
tet tho taritV sentiments of
tnom!'rs elected to the new House
before urging the .nestion again.
ith utter disregard of Con-gres-inan
Kobinsoii's recent inau
ouratioii simplicity bill, prepara
tions for a grand display hereon
l'i.. ..urtli nt iii'xt March proceed.
The member from New York asked
that all pomp and circumstance Ih'
suppressed at l'resideiitial inau
gurations. From all parts of the
1 nited States military and civic
organ i.at ions are getting ready to
Kiur into the Capitol to expand tho
Cleveland inauguration ceremonies,
and they projuwe to tramp around,
and cheer, and have an enthusias
Against the crow d and crush and
nidi of that da. thousands have
ahe.uh secured beds ot. which to
re-t t hem. W hat a glorious harvest
it will bo lor the chief industries of
Washington, hotels and boarding
hou-es. These hae been prospec
t:clv lull lor some time, and take
liH-ic orders. l'or lodging pur
poses, pubbe halls and warehouses
iiao .is,. !., on engaged by organ
l. it:.. lis. Private .piarters will bo
mil. h la .:. uiaiid alter this, ami in
deed eer ciri.'I ot the city that
i .iri ! : id ! u in. .!ie w if! be lit 1 1-
I -e.i .
l':ft .: ric- loading residents of
'A .oliiiu'n.li h io boon selected to
:. ike charge of the inaugural cere
n ; .I. los. and t m - w . rk is to bo pushed
er.ei get w-ally . .is there is no tune to
.s,-. 1 hc-e n. ell were chosen re
gir!nss,,i rlieir p..l:riea! procl: 1
t es. c iro . :il N'iiig taken that no
select ...;i - sh..;;.l ii.a.lc ot men
v g . n.ce.
I ": .- . .i;. : n g Pros:. lent w id attend
v,w . rk A vol, i;o I 'i ..sh torian
, .. . r- . . as .id also Pros-den t s I.i u
. . .iid .lacks.. ii. 11. o pastor.
Pe . 1 ; p. ir'l.r, and C.ov. Clevo
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"I a ii. i". in. m t ..f li. i I'i'i Winter
'!' '...inter sheep viiri' tn. iv and
. -c. .in .m leal! . it is desii able tub i e
; iieiu in g. .... 1. r i, i . i ' e. .n.l i : : m i ..
e I e Winter s e ' s ; ; . In a s r a : e . . ;
liar u I e. the lu in : a n t hoi ; ..i go in
the autuinli enables animals to
grow sti.,ng dining the mild
weather, and to "..ro uj...u l in- kill
ings and i n I est i n es, and other
pails ol rho bo.lx. a j 1 1 . 1 1 1 r i t ot
surplus tallo-A t hat can bo u -cl to
eke ( .u: the scan r suppl . '! 1. .. d
dm ill g t he cold and -1 I 1 1 1 w eat her
et win tei . 1 1 is a w on. lei I ill p..
isi. n of nature. Not intieipieiitly
during severe snow storms, sheep
ale as dependent oil this stored up
1 it as bees on t hoi I stored up honey.
1 1 man in tert'el es with this ar
ia n genu nt of ii a t u I e. ho must woi k
in aceoi d .nice w.th nature's laws.
l! lie expects Ills sheep to tllllVe oil
straw during the winter, he should
see t.. i; that they have good pas
ture in the summer and autumn.
If he con line, t hem to overstocked
pastures ho should I e mem ber t hat
they caliliot store up surplus fat.
and that 1 1 ho would ca I i them
com tort ii bly through t lie w i n : e i 1 ,e
must pros ido a liberal supply ol
food betol'e tin' cold Season sets ill.
Shepherds, like poets, are born,
not inade. Y mi in ay li n d a doen
men who can be trusted to take
care of horses, cows. (.r pigs, to
one who is tit to be entrusted wit li
t he in an agetnen t of sheep. Why,
we do not known All the great
sheep herders of the world have
given much of their; own tune and
labor to the (.-are and supervision of
their flocks. We have not space
here to go into details, and. in fact,
it is not necessary, as these vary
greatly . according tocircun stances.
Much must be left to t he common
sense and oxpeiloliee of the shep
herd. If any ot our readers are
going to keep sheep this winter,
and have had little experience, we
would advise them to consult some
good farmer m the neighborhood,
and in addition to this, the follow
ing hints may be useful: Sheep
must have dry quarters. Nothing
is so injurious as damp, ill venti
lated cellars, barns or sheds. J)o
not think you can make such places
warm and dry and comfortable by
the liberal use ot straw for bedding.
This only makes the matter worse.
There is noiliing a sheep dislikes
more than a lerinenting manure
pile. To compel a tlock ol breeding
ewes to lie on a mass of damp straw
and manure several inches dee., is
almost certain to be followed by a
weak, puny, sickly crop of lambs.
We once knew a valuable llock of
Southdowns that has entirely disap
peared. Goitre destroyed the
lambs. We knew another large
lhek of long-wool sheep that suf
fered severely in the same way. In
the former case the sheep were shut
up in a small shed and yard. The
ram from the roof of the shed ran
into t he yard. Straw was thrown
in from time to time, and the poor
sheep were compelled either to stay
in the shed or stand on this mass
of wet straw-. In the other case
the sheep had damp sheds and cel
lars to sleep in, but as they had
the run id' a large yard, the results
were not so disastrous. Many
lambs died of goitre and infantile
pneumonia, but as soon as diy
iiuartors were provided, the am
in. lis gradually linprovi d in health.
1 f yon have a dry barn, shed or
basement for tin' sheep to iiiiiiii.
you have the first essential to suc
cess. If your barn, or shed, or
basement is largo enough mt only
tor the sheep to sleep in. but also
to Iced in. so that they need m-vci
go into the ram. so much the better.
I '.reedei s of tine-wool sheep would
say that this is absolutely neces
sary, l'.reeders ot I'.Ilglish sheep
admit the advantage, but not the
necessity. We know Very healthy
tloeks that are ted all winter out ol
doors, simply hav ing a barn llo.u
and shed to run :n at t heir pleasure.
I II (Irv we.it her the sheep pl'efel t ' i
sleep oil" ' I do.) s. especially M the
gioiind is Ir... en and they have a
little clean straw to be .n. They
do not i; ke mud . u w , . .! i i r vi.m.
Codding the sheep ts an impel
tant matte! that s( ;;. : o da; ly
at ! cut ;on . 1 i.e less r : aw y . oi can
Use. and the sheep yet have a i lean
bed to lie oil. the i'o'r.1. Wilell
sheep ale led .'l.l',l. tin' t I II. p! Ill
is r . ( at t olid t " the bedd.ng o e: y
; ; mo y . .u toed. Put plenty ( i ;i.i
::i the racks and let the sheep pick
.eit tiie bos' o I , r . lii.ii : ( i . 'I o t i.e
n. x : I o . . 1 ; 1 1 g . g. o . i tin
sin taco ', tn.- sleeping apartment.
t s : a i j,e t t ,l ilia ', s ,
!ei i ,,. n. s ; ikn.g the n : a n ; i : .
ho ! o ' on. . Any st i w r ha'
II lie. 1 nil ' ot r he : a. u s a ; , 1 ::...(.
- i o . . ... . . ; n . s I ' , a : i . i res ii s ; a a . . , i
ii..!!a!! ii ''- ' : be itsi .1 b.-.l
, ' in,.: ; a- is. t e. ( , . v , . , , toil..- a.- .. -a i -a . ,.- , .. .. - ....-.
1 !,( li IVe tleelt ellfeil I'Vi'II llele .11 . - -",:', r . I ., w,- a-siiied
! he 1 jIuh co Kcttied) .
1- a a., c iili.i Mi-elial,;.'.
AsiiKVii.i.r.. N. C. i
Nov. I'd, I ss f. t
Colore re.eiiing to many midl
ine ' eases of tobacco cures it
seems necesarry that I should make
an explanatory statement.
1 formerly used the ordinary
manufactured tobacco in such cakes
as it could be had at the cigar
stands in the hotels. A plug of
this thrown into a bowl of cold
v, ater in an hour or less would be
come soft and spongy, and could
bo separated so that the leaves
could be obtained, but for reasons
heietoloi'o published in my original
article 1 do not advise that form for
use. About three years ago I as
cei lamed by some experiments that
of late the tobacco manufacturers
mix with their tobacco for the pur
pose ot improving its llavor certain
poisonous drugs, such as Tonka
bean, w intergreeu, and some other
things. Though such tobacco may
serve a beneficial purpose, yet 1
would prefer to use the leaf before
it has been manufactured. Again,
the darker leaves being stronger
aio better than the light yellow
leaves. Also leaves of the tobacco
cut lust year are better than those
tieshly cut in this season, as to
bacco seems to gather strength with
A bunch of these leaves thrown
into a bowl of cold water will be
come moist and soft, so that the
large stem in t lie eentro may be
taken out. Hot water will answer
t he purpose sooner than cold, but
either will do.
hni this has been done, not
less than two thicknesses of the
leaf should be placed directly on the
parr to be relieved. As. however,
the hear of the skill tends to dry ,
the tobacco in a lew minutes, a wet
bandage must be laid over it.
About four thicknesses of common
w hite cotton cloth will be snflicieut,
but this should be well soaked in
the water before it is put on, then
a bandage of the same cloth maybe
tied over it and water from time to
rime should be applied by pressing
a wot rag on it so as to keep the
Tobacco in this manner may be
applied directly ou a cut or a wound
or any raw place without injury.
The first effect of the tobacco, how
ever, is stimulating or slightly irri
tating, but this after a lew minutes
ceases and the sedative effect soon
comes on. When, for example, the'
tobacco is placed on the eye, as a
little ot the juice gets in between
the eyelids some 5inartingor itching
is felt, but alter a few minutes this
ceases, and no more effect is pro
duced on the feelings than if a wet
cloth were kept over the eye.
Within less than an hour tho
sedative effect is perceived, and
within two hours .usually all exter
mil intlammation are reduced. Ob
stinate cases, of course, require
Most persons sleep under the in
fluence of tobacco but some do not,
just as morphine causes some per
sons to sleep while others arc wak
ful. Wdien I have tobacco on it is
impossible for mo to sleep, but in
stead unusual mental activity is
produced, which continues through
out the next day billowing a night's
As long us there is inflammation
about the part no nausea will be
felt. As soon, however, as nausea
is pei cei ved tjie poultice may be
removed, as the sedative effect has:
been produced. After the removal
of the bandage the nausea passes,
away in a short time.
When one w ishes to cure a bun
ion or a corn, after the tobacco has
been applied as above directed, it
is easy to get the sock over it. and
by moistening the. sock from time
to time a euie is usually effected in
a single night.
1 will now proceed to refer to
stieli cases a have been cured by
the use oi tobacco. In making this
statement 1 shall only mention
V ims that 1 have observed myself,
or such as have been stated by per
son "I good character and standing
If I weie to give their statements
ar leiig'h a volume would be ie
iiiiied to contain them. 1 therefore
.oi ly g: ve un i ioubt ed l'aets.
1m begin wit h t he head. I may
s.,y that all eases ol erysipelas,
wliothei on the head, face, or any
. her p. u t of t he body, are cured.
In soi -a.se.s where the head was
swollen to almost double its Usual
si. o. and tho patient was supposed
by The attending physician about
to (be. a pplieat ion of tobacco effect
ed a com plot e cure
Again, all cases of sore eyes.
i caused by l n ; ury or of ills
nd whet her old cases or ll'esli
Min-s. have necn ctllcd. Ill some
c is,-s w hoi e I lici o was total blind-
i en i e w as at once effect ed and
I . stored perfect 1 v.
lu the thud place, all wounds,
iati.ei eiits. bruises, or contusions
l o i .ce li easi I v elireil . pl .
oi tho k in . or ankle joints, whole
th.-y weie swelled to double the
T . 1 1.1.
1 1 si. o. li a ve I icon com piel e;
luieil by a single night's nppllca
t ..Oi . ld cases whole the pat lent
i. id suib tedioi months and veal's
: o been cm ed .
..II cases whole the I eilledy
ti.nl. bunions am 1 eoi us on l he
ii ive Peel! ( aired e I'll w he! o ill
t :;o W e: e sail
1 a a s I . e . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 i ; s ; 1 1 1 1 1 i o t 1 1 s ( 1 1 1 lite ' ,"' ' ' ".' . .'.."'.. . .. .. I,,.
t ion of t obaeeo to t ho si i unai h g i vos
relief. A Senator told me that
when suffering liom constipation
tin ist t el l i bly he had i wo phy slciatis
with him for tour days and night-,
with no advantage from then
rein edii's. and when I he pain beoa m o
si ( i lit oleiabie that he loll lhat he
Would 1 1 o 1 get I 1 1 o 1 1 g 1 1 ;he illght.
remembei nig what 1 had told bun
about tobacco, he caused :' !( bo
applied to his side and back, and in
hal I an hoiti he w as i e! ic. . . I ami
immediately reei I'aTol.
Amnion';: in 'hii.nc !',, ,1: r.
Among rho leci-n: d :. .v .1 :::
science and oho in i st y . m ,n,- ;;o .: e
ill) 1 101 t a n r 'haii tin- li- es 1 . . v. h !. h
com moil a m moii t a can be piopeiiy
put as a le i Von : n g a geni . a nd w !: i en
indicate that this ram.iiar s,,r is
heleafte! to pei'oiin an active p., it
111 the pieparat ion oi'oui daily food.
The ca rbon at e of ammonia is an
exceedingly volatile substance.
Place a small portion of upon a
knife and hold over a liamo. ami it
will almost immediately be eii'iiely
developed into gas and pass oil
into the ati'. The gas thus iornnd
is a simple composition of nitrogen
and hydrogen. No residue is lei:
from the ammonia. This gives it
its superiority as a leavening power
over soda and cream of tarfar Used
alone, and has induced its use as a
supplement to these articles. A
small quantity of ammonia in the
dough is effective in producing
bread that will be lighter, swaeter.
and more wholesome than that
risen by any other leavening agent.
When it is acted upon by the heat
of baking rho leavening gus tln.t
raises the dough is liberated. In
this act if uses itself up. as it were:
the ammonia is eniirely diffused,
leaving no trace or residuum what
ever. The light, liutly. ilaky ap
pearance, so desirable in biscuits,
etc., and so sought after by profes
sional cooks, is said to be imparted
to them only by the use of this
The bakers and baking powder
manufacturers producing the finest
goods have been quick to avail
themselves of this useful discovery,
and the handsomest and best bread
and cake are now largely risen by
the aid of ammonia, combined, of
course, with other leavening ma
terial. Ammonia isoneot the best known
products of the laboratory. If. as
seems to be justly claimed for it.
the application of its properties to
the purposes of cooking results in
giving us lighter and moie whole-'
some bread, biscuit, and cake, il
will prove a boon to dyspeptic hu
manity, and will speedily force it
self into general use in the new field
to which science has assigned it.
Scientific A iiu rican.
Tiie Tliiel In Jail.
The quietude of Washington was dis
turbed last Saturday night by a raid of
several thieves into the peaceable homes
of Messrs. Hoffman and Wright. Mr.
Hoffman is a leading dry goods mer
chant of this place, and is one of our
most respectable citizens. He occupies
a neat and comfortablt; home on Second
street. Mrs. Hoffman generally closes
her doors in the afternoon and goes to
the store of her husband and assists him.
On last Saturday night it was only a
few minutes to 10 o'clock w lien she.
with her little .'ausduer. arrived at
home. Mrs. Hoffman observed a light '
on the second lloorand quietly unlocked .
the backdoor and entered th" 1;. l'.sc.
She found several articles which had
been safely packed in draws. seatU'i'i d
promiscuously over the t'.nor and the
move of a black man was recognno d up
stairs. The presence of Mrs. Hoffman
caused the burglar to exiirigui.-U th.
light and descend the stairs. s p..
came down, he pass..! Mrs. II. and
made for the wind .w. and m a : vv mo
ments he was out the window and undo
ing si.eed through the back var.l. .Mr-.
1 1." also f'oil..w,d the I urglar il.n a:h
the window and .pckly p. r.-ue 1 inn:,
but as he proved a Latter 1 1 1 1 - - r . he w
soon cm ot ii-.ii'h. Several arrieh-s.
such as a loi !;-: . gold pen and Ir id. r.
ear rings and about e'i'i w ere in o-a: g.
bill Lucas, a in. tori ais thief, was ar
rested at once, on su-pi-a. ci. ami .! -iiini
nation the above ai I c-ies , r,- f , ,,:..!
concealed about his pr-ni. I . : .. . t
course, deni.-d entering the leas.- and
claimed thai lu- g. i th.- artiei.- iv m
another negr. .. He hal a pr.-Iiinin-.ry
liearinc; before Ju-tiee Wilkinson Mon
day morning, and was c. .mm ao-.i t
jil to aw. nt the re-ib: ..f the i..-:
Superi. T court.
At the sam.' night and ab a:; th-- mo.,--Ir
u r a sina i Con of H.oii k :a k- 1 ;.: I :
door of M . . a- WimJa an I ini' '
Mrs. W'iiito, who is a me!.;!,, r of ;':.
family, that h.- had b. en sen: ivMr.
Wright after certain ar.i'-S. s. and ..:
same time forced his v.;.-.- in in.- i ' n.
and made an assail!: .
She being a robu-i lady,
tangle I the wretch and
of th" situation.
n i of tin- holy, an i n
and has ti,,t v.a b. . n in
What I Saw in the New lierne Journal.
! . ' i.X'TIXl I P. j
1 'n the ihird page, the t;rst column
"pells with AVer's Ag'ue Cure. I r. J.
i '. Aycr.V Cc. of I ..well. Mass.. is a
vigorciislirMi.alb.it Ir .1 (' Aver has
bo. n dead f..r more than twenty vears.
I ill! bis n nd i.i n. s live, an I Ibid readv
sah - all over the know , ..i !d. 'Sold
bv all druggists."
Next in or conies li. V. Wahab with
a I. oil f wines, liquors, e I gars. etc.
'i i'. n Mace iters' damaged goods at
gr-ad b irgaui". Ie ine.n her. t hat i f the
g Is are damaged, so is tin- price. He
also offers new L'uoils at low prices.
Then Smith iV Cro.lle keep a good
-t". k of hardware, wood war.- and il
! iw ware. That's the place for v.-ung
housekeepers just setting up.
l'ail iiros. simply announce them
selves as wholesale grocers and commis
sion merchiyits. And this is enough:
for lint firm is so well known and ap
preciated that they need no further an
nouncement. ti. P. l'appen.lick. Assignee, offers
the use of his billiard tables free to cus
tomers. He keeps Schweitzer and fra
grant I.imnerger cheese: also sausages
of all kinds.
Watson A: Daniels propose to make
you warm or cool, just as you please,
for they deal in coal, hay, ice and wood.
The hay is to warm up tiie "innards" of
Then comes a choice anecdote or two,
to give some spice to the page. The
anecdote man of the Joubnal has a
sharp eye and keen scissors for good
stories unless it is that he hires Ad
jutant Clifton C. to make them up for
The column closes with a handy table
of arrivals and departures of mails and
meetings of lodges. The husbands of
New Berne must have u glorious lime
going to lodge meetings; they have a
chance nearly every night of the weak.
The third column has for its capstone
Dr. Aver's sarsapari'Ha. Then II. J.
linker id: Pro., 21a Pearl St. New York,
offer line chemicals for the manufacture
of truck fertilizers.
Then follows a half column of law
yers' cards: all of them good counsellors
and able attorneys.
Mr. S. It. Street has a modest '"ad" of
his excellent hotel. We shall never
forget the very pleasant month that we
spent as a Kueft at his house. Good
fare, pleasant rooms, attentive servants.
We want no better hotel home.
Dr. J. D. Clark . the dentist, announces
the location of his office Craven. bej
tween Pollock and Broad. If you have
toothache, walk around in that direc
tion aud it will cease till you get home
Puller, of !-mithiield, and Patterson,
of New Berne, offer special inducements
to travellers, to stop and be refreshed at
their hotels. And the Grimsley House, j
at Snow Hill, will take care of you if i
you register on its books. '
Walter P. Burrus & Co. take a double '
"ad" to say that they want luo.000 '
bushels of rice: and will sell you any
amount of lirst-class groceries.
Thai old. reliable, wide awake, stir
ring lirm of George Allen & Co. will
soil you any iron article from a steam
engine to a tack.
Alpheus W. Wood will gin your cot
ton and then buy it. if vou wish to sell, i
He buys, cotton seed and rice also.
Gardner and Glenn manufacture and
deal in all kinds of elegant riding j
vehicles. Go there and buy a nice
buggy for a Christmas present to a
friend, or wife.
Railroad schedules in last column of
this page furnish valuable information
to the traveller.
James Redmond desires to sell ale
and lager beer.
Joe K. Willis deals in mournful goods:
but they are needed by every one. sooner
or later. Ho offers bargains in monu
ments, tombs and headstones.
Last page, first column. New Berne &
Pamlico Steam Transportation Co. an
nounce arrivals and departures of the
steamer Kim City.
The Neuse it Trent River Transporta
tion i to. also state interesting items con
cerning the running of tiie steamers
Trent and Kiuston. No finer gentleman
runs a steamer than Capt. Jo. White,
the general manager of this line.
old Dominion Steamship Company
notes the trips of the Shenandoah, a
tirsi-class boat, with a lirsl-el.tss cap
tain. N. V". Freight Line offi rs special in
ducements to shippers.
A. M. Baker, a prince of merchants,
offers peculiarly attractive inducements
to buy from his large and well selected
slock ' I dry g; o,is.
Kimball temp's ;,, with an offer of
1 re-il . .Vsl. l's.
Then a e.iumn of juicy anecdotes,
i.i.. we the adjutant s hand here
"S.'.c.l (ium and Mii'leiu'is pro
p. d ;.s agrial reme.lv for croups.
.-..Ids. . t.-.. bv Waif r A.'lavlor. of At
lanta. I h:.
CA. Hart, agent, will sell for cost
f .r i-.e.xt -y' day ,s.
Ihirge-'S and Mori is are c .m mission
merchants at Noi lolk. Va.
( i. Marks offer- special offers in dry
; . . a s . ins j.ri jes are re i l'y wonder I HI iy
! w .
Cam. Sam. Win r- aura-unc. s a bar
nt I miliar.!-.
Rob. rt Piii-i- .,!'.. of Philadelphia.
. ti ers t.ti,. s. ed p--:.s f. r per bushel.
! .. 11. Cutler offers haid vare. stove-.
. n : e ! i -.- v
-.'. nr Lair,
i . Km-
Nt Mitr.u 3.
'o s iiml looxr Inn Tho only reason
l that I his or any other country is over
I run by dogs i that every family has its
own j.et doy or dogs that they just know
are all right and too well ..red, raiRed
and trained to sin k Kgs. kill sheep or
do any other devilment. It is an old
saying that the streets of Jerusalem
were kept clean by every one being
compelled to keep his own door cvlean.
So if everyone would kill their own
dog or dogs the dog nuisance would bo
at an end without the aid or trouble of
legislation. However there in an easy
way out of the trouble if those interest
ed will hnv the courage and caution to
I have been and am some times
troubled with stray dogs and I have
noticed that they always visit the kitchen
either before or after making their
rounds of the likely places to find egs.
. I take a small piece of boiled bacon rind
about two or three inches square, put a
good dose of strichnine in it, roll it up
! tight and tie it with a string so that the
! poison cannot spill out; put this on the
1 door step at night; get up goon in the
' morning to take it away if the dog
should have missed it; put it down or
another piece if it is gone the next
night. One dose is sure to kill a dog,
and in this way if attended to every
dog that runs about nights will get
killed. Now go to work and do it and
stop whining about sheep.
But my trouble is the hogs that are let
run at large in the hope that they will
fatten in some other man's field. (I
; believe that is what is usually thought
of other people's hogs.)
They are always ready to break into
our fields and root up the corn at nig'ht
faster than it can be planted bv day, in
i fact they are a standing menace to
every farmer and why not shut them up
j and live at peace with one-another. I
know there is more Ul feeling and harsh
' words caused by stray hogs in a neigh-
borhood than all other causes combined.
I want to hear from tho farmers on this
. matter, as they cannot be stopped in the
same way (that the dogs can we will
have to call the Legislature to our assis
tance to abate this nuisance.
I know hogs can be raised cheaper in
. an enclosed pasture than they can in the
i highway for I have not had one at
large in over ten years and mine will
compare well with any others.
A satisfactory law can easily bo
1 framed if farmers will agree to its
I should not have sent this No. 3 so
soon but for the wail of your Stonewall
correspondent for the loss of his sheep.
I expect he has more than one of those
good dogs that will not run 'anything
but a deer or a fox. J. P.
LETTER FROM RALEKJII.
Si an iline the Dully Kreordt-A llli
Raleioh. Dec. IS.
I have just returned from the Capital
and a peep into the legislative halls,
which, with tho rest of the building,
have been thoroughly cleaned for the
incoming Governor and Legislature.
Both halls have been newly carpeted,
desks scraped and varnished, and the
walls washed with catholic soap; but
legislators must not raise their eyes to
the ceiling, where the stains of past
years are still visible. Mr. Roberta
begged hard for money enough to make
the job complete, and not only clean
the building but put up new curtains,
but did not got it; the great heighth of
the ceiling renders scaffolding neces
sary, which his limits would not allow;
indeed he has done well with the money
he had, and it is to be hoped the legis
lature will make an appropriation
which will enable him to finish. Viewed
in this light perhaps the . legislators had
better "look aloft." Contrary to cus
tom the Governor will not be inaugu
rated on New Year's day; the pro
gramme is for both houses to be organ
ized lirst, which will take two weeks
at least, so it will be after the lath of
January before Governor Scales takoH
his seat. As to who will be Speaker of
the House, opinions are so various I
can only treat you, as a gentleman no.
on reflection, it was a lady is said to
havt done a correspondent who wrote
to her to send him the names of the
members spoken of for Speaker: he re
ceived by return mail a copy of the
.Vcic.s' awl Ohxrrrcr with a list of the
members' names, a mark being driun
through those of the Republican mem
bers. All the rest were "prominent
candidates." Capt. J. P. Robinson's
name might also have been marked
out. as I understand he says, as if he
meant it. that under no circumstances
will he be a candidate for any ofiice.
I have been at work in the Capitol for
the last few days "sarchin ' o' de records
honey."' as old "Aunt Abby"' House
used to say of her lawyers.
A letter from Gen. Nathaniel Greene
to Gov. Burke is wanted, and cannot be
found, though I find Gov. Burke's re
ply to it. On a wrapper to a parcel of
papers hunted up for me by Mr. Black
ner. the Governor's acting secretary
since Capt. i 'udley 's death, we found a
statement that it contained letters from
'.Ti'.s to 1 s ', "taken f rom the Stat.' House
in Italeigh during the rebellion by the
adjutant-general of the I'.S. in lst.a. "
No reason is given for taking these par
ticular papers; it must have been done
by some antiquarian devoid of a on
science. who probably wanted iiut.i
graphs, and we concluded that Gen.
Greene's letter, which was written in
August. ITsI, was probably among the
spoils captured from "the Rebels."
My thanks are due to Mr. Blackmer
for his assistance and interest inniy
work, he made a thorough seanh.
though 1 am sorry to say a fruitless one.
for Governor Nash's letter-book.
Whether it was also taken as the spoils
of war or is mislaid, no one knows
At the suggestion of t h.v. Jarvis. w ho
thought '..I. .Saunders might have b.u
rowed it. 1 went to the ofhee of the See
retarv "f State. Very different wa my
reeepl mil there . ( 'oh Saunders was en
lined P. his ,,,... and the young gen
tleman in charge stopped my tir-t . n
quirv vv ith the very decrUd an-w or. do
liver.'.! in the blandest and most dulcet
ton. s. "that he neither knew, nor in
t.n b- ! ever to k now anything vv liana .r
about those mu-lv ol ! ... oids. " I . o.,
f.-s afl.r my l.i-t day's w..ik. I w
ii .t -urprised at his voluntary urn- tan. '
lake Aunt At bv . 1. .. w hen -la
v. anted an v ; hi ng w as '. r going ..g.i
it. It she had P. g-. la'C Lies, lent I I , , , -
bed chamber ..lor il . I in. 1 1 ng 1 "I
.iir;.i. rs was ., t . online 1 n. his bed.
i at .nly to his 1. 1 , vale ml ic. 1 v .li! m !
to oil ! on lain there and came aw .,
ie. plv m, I.--, d w ah a . n-- w hat
tile s; ,; ,, , .1 ' . J J , ( ' ,t I"- ', Ilia V e
: .r hi- i: n 'o r i ng .. a i nnlo , n- . . Hi a
o, he,;. , i.,-dv and , v. le I ..
I a i 1 1 i . .a- ! .. i .a, n n. I Pan i n . ., i I
No other eomplaiuU are
alUck Hi IboM affecting Ibe Ui r
ii.iiio o trilled wick by th B. it
er. Tl... ordinary eoogti or
l.rlp from a Uifllug or e
..iure, is often bat tli ber
n i. 'k. .ess. Aver' Cbrbh'
iv. .11 proren it clBeaeylip
wiiu throat and Inngadi'f
lakoii in all caae without.
A Terrlbl Coot;
" In 1K.-.T took .MWNieoi.i,
hit imijju. 1 had'A Ifirll.le o(ii
nielli nflt.r nifflit witlimft lW.
cave (...) up. 1 tried Atkh'i
c. .n il., wulch rellmrad ny In.
Rl. mid afforded M Uie r
t..r the recovery of fl.T trni
(-onunnea use or Uie
n.Mit cure was elfe.
eld, hale and hearty, and am .
t iiiciiKv pitcTuiiAa aavaxl me.
Hon Acs Faikiu
Uoek I ngham, Y W, July IS, IMU.
, " i- ' 1 I
Cronp. A Mother' Trl!
" While In theeoontry lt wlta.
loy, three year old, ra takea lll
It seemed a It lie would, die f rni
lation. One of the family MiKnent
of A V UK'S CnBRST i'BlTORAt, a I
which was always kept la the l.oi
was tried in small and frequent .
to our delight in less than half an i
little patient was breathing easily,
ur sitid that the OMKBliV 1ct..
navel niy darllilg's Ufa. Caa yoa .
on i gratitude? Sincerely yours, (
Mm. Kmma Ortt
159 West 128th St., New York, May
" I have nsnd AVRK'a CltatmY T
In my family for several years, and
husitHto ft. pronounoe It lie n.ont rt
remedy for cough and eolds we hie
tried. - . A, J, (n a
Iike Crystal, Minn, March U, UM.
' I suffered for eight yean from prra
and after trying niaiiT remedies with i
cess. I was flared by th use of A tick's i
iiy I'ki ii.iiiL. ,lin.ri'U Wtuii
Byhalia, Miss., April , Uel.
I cannot say enough In prates of A'v
Ciikriiy I'KcTonAI,, MlleTli.g at 1 a i
hut for its nse 1 should long since bane
from lung trouble K. Muaoikc
I'alesllue, Texas, April 12, KL v
No case of an affaetioa OX Ui throi,
lungs exist whleb cannot be greatly roll
by the nse of Art a' C'ttlt rKXTin
and it will alteajft ettrt when the dlsna.
not already beyond the ooalroi of medic.
FRCP AMD n". .V'..'
Dr. J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mat
Sold br all Druorkfta, .
ATTOKNEY-ATp l a"
-'.'' ,r . .
KEtasITU a. IB. R. C - 1 '
Practices In the Ooantletof DvpltB, Let.'
Craven, Jones and On low.
Col lection of Claims a soecialtr.
Correspondence solicited. . ' . Hevrfw"
P, HPELLETlXll, "
Ja Ceslsy .
Will practice In the. Court Of Carteret, Joe
Onslow and Craven. , '.
Hpeclal attention given to tho Oollecllot
claims, and settling eaUtto of dooeaaed i
sons. ' ' , niarl v
C. R. THOMASTt
Office on Craven street n Stanly Bo
nenr corner of PollocK street. . Uot4j
C. R. THOMAS, Jr.,
Attornoy t XiWi
BE A VFOJtT,, if. 7. '
Office on corner of Turner and Front t.re
Will practice In Carteret and aojoln.
counties. e s
Prompt attention to oollaotloa Of elaUos.
nov dwly I
WILLIAM J. OLAEKE .
COUNSELLOR AT LAW, " .
Atleu.lB all the mnrli held tit Rtt BrM, I
North Carolina. (
Particular Hitentlon paid to osUaellng
cbdiiia, uu.l conveyancing. . . .. w--. .
1 iilil siuii commissioner. -,
Helit. lKth, lKIM. .' 0 .
1,. J. M(XKR.
WJL . UUAB
MOORE & CLARKE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
JSew Itcnio, N. C .
will pnu-tlae In the Court of Carteret, Cr
ven, iir(-..(ie, Hyde, Jone. Lenoir Oaialow
ami I'uinll.'o counties,
AIh.i in the Hupreme Oonrtat Raleigh and
the I'niled Stales lourts at Ml urM SU(I
- Collecting a specialty. ApCdwtf
((K.IH..K V. HTKONU, DASTIBl. B. PKBVBIT,
K ilelKh, N O KlBStost, X.W
STRONG & PERBYs -r
ATT0RXEV& ANl C0USELL0R8 IT UW.
Having formed a copartnership for th (
practice of the law In Jiruesoonnty, Will regu
larly attend ihe court of the sauta, i.lupt
atlention pi.i.l to collecllon.
niHyU-.l.tu'll MI'KONO PIBJRT.
F. U. BJMMeh,
SIMMONS & MANLY, ;
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, -
Will pracilre In the ConrUof CrmTwB, Jntiaa,
OtiKldw. ( urt. ret. I'nrnllco, Icnotr and Hyde,
anil 1 1 ( Hi.- l-.-.lon.l court ot New Btras.
DK. J. D. CLARK,
NEWBIHI, m. C-
ii'tl.'.- on ( raven street, between PolVxs
and lln.ad. aprlT-dAWly
Agent and Bottler . !
i :i ,i ;i 5 1 1 i i;d
BEEGNEE L El'GEL
BEE WING CO',
New Borne, N. C. .
'Mo- I.. . i loot, premiuniR at tho
t. ntoal I xhihitn.n nt rhiladelphf
th. l'aris b.xposition. Kwpabott,
any other m warm climate, I
f a . a n e brand ulicrrvpr kno?
-.ilf in krv: r rrntos.
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II ".eS wIllM
s ..,.. 1 ... i.-i atJ
a ! K'laVlnf'f
OIVB US A C.M.I.
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