- alllM IhMfar.
tKW BISXI, 5. C. FEB. ' ISSs
bun at l r om at
The Wilmington Star gives the
old man lrom Wayne a evere
bMtittg for his antic in the lions.
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THB uanal .prion flood in
npfhwMt are rarinz. The to
of Ljrona, Mich., is threaten! with
Thk end of to prent Congrw
Li sur it bukI. It h made big
kol is vlM inrpliwi and haa not
p4MMd U TtT.ATTt bill to do it.
THX fTt strike of "longshore
and freight handlers haa about
tnd4 and the strikers are no bet
ter off than when they qait work.
fior. HILL, of New York
loots is ft aP as the xt IHmorrstir
eaadidftie for Prvaident. It seems
tfe&i ta Democrats run t get out of
Ssw York to find a candidate.
Ds&PTTX th fact that
and Oxrviaaj both declare tUey
Ml war, the war rumors ron
tiaae. and both are preparing for
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U. I i predicted that actaal Uos
will b(ia aonetie
S&CSYTART MAXSmnbH been
elected Preaideat of a newly organ-
Ued bask In. New York, and Treas
arer JOKDAJI has been elect ei Vice
Preeideat. Thes new ttioos
utoabtlcna bare soffioent indace
aaaaU to eaasa rheai to send in
PSXSTSXKT CLTBtP has
ratoed the paaper pensioa bill.
Ha deaerraa the thanks of the
eotratrj. Hi position o tb ia
aio fraatla oafki to g. Umg way
towaiUaeoaateraotiat the ievlint7
. afalaxt Vim fr kfeplng Repnb
- r ru
Thx faberaafoiiai timner is oe
tiaaiar to float around. At the
GapUai, while the General Assem
bly la ia aeeaiOB, is a food place to
taroveat feelers. The Denaocrats
-aiast select theirs with more tbn
. ordinary eaxa or it might be re-
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r . BXriXSSXTATlVK A1A.XH. of
1T1 1 aal. i J Mwit mi In the (Inaae
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. al HMwaMtitim it Washisrtoa
a few daja ap and toUI Tbe IVnio-
crala . soaiethiur alxml xtrarA-
bat Mat taiak it anrts to ten t ken
' tha trnth etrea thoujh it is s gainst
faaea mmI waste of tke aqJtis, we
IHT 1PI wnw a a w sia vi
Owktato dfiwir m tlr n-xt cum
.THX Beaata braaca o the Oen
arai Ataemixj a as passes an act
v Uaiitjtg the appropriations to the
Acrkaitarai DepartaieBt to 20.00.
.draw I ta aapport froa the tax on
- iexuiwar. wnjca looootra to over
4d,00Ct ftnnnallj, aad was paid en
- tiraly Jby tha faraaers. We had aa
IJ.. I V. AW. I .
taaaa ' tya vsw sjwareraii uamwj
& . i . . i
w 1 rM 111 v.n am. la i" .wwu via
. ttua aiauar anniu. wj mo in.-
eaaieadatiooe of the two faraiers'
' aoaTantioaa recaatlv held in
v fialeicau -Bat the Seaata seems to
- hare become impatient. Perhaps
a majority of Ita members are farm-
III raQvar coaimisaioa bill
aeeaaa ta hanf fire ia the General
1 safimblT It ia a liinlir fart
that all the prominent railroad
atAfoiata aiai awiat if fr Tadv
W. HlItflDAXJE pobliahes a long
lejrai,. arxnment in the (Mcrrrr
afaiaat it. He takes the ground
- that m eom miss ton eoold only inter
tare with a part of the railroads in
the State ia regulating- tariff rates,
the othera being protected by their
charters from soch interference. He
also eaya that the statute against
diaeriniaaiioa passed at tbe ea
ent aeaaion of the General Aseem
My. ia aoificient withoat the ex pen
sire machinery of a railway com
Tn Grteasboro Forth stste ba.-
eoaeiadd that it doesn't pay to
Cona wmibtMtiona ith indfnd
at Denotftt. It rerievs a nnm
Wr ot tNjmbiD-es"' and codcI ade
laai Uon wito Dr. Tvbe Yobk
i tke oaly on that haa panned oat
aajthiaf like aaceeaa. Speaker
WSBSTEB ia aceaaed of deaerting
the Laat "coubine1 and going orar
U the. raaka oi the enemy in the
aooaty gOT era meat neaaare. The
Bapabilcaaa hare nonkeyed aronnd
aith independent Democrats antil
laey are tiek and now the Srth
StU propoaea be are forth to let the
kJekiaf Democrat Sgbt hi own
battle or joih the rernl.r army.
BOB 81 SO
In the8enate on Wednesday last
hen tbe bill concerning payment
Of mileage aad per diem in certaiu
m .a. k;c
Senator CLAKX, of Craven coanty,
is reported in the W Obter
vtr m saying:
oxrid lo aa ztrtm
old foT jb . ProfrMUTi
la)lslsllon carried to u ztrs U
Hilh atlia Tier i too. too much
fcrtmkiatr at lima owlag to the ho
tMd erj ol a faw popU who object to
MMmt; aad wii le(ialatioo. But to
taiiak ol Mria aca mtlac now
roaosad aa iausovatioo whollr un
wise, hwiac both hanafnl nd aoaecea
mrj. TV pnoadMt would rob the
fmopU ot patrxxiatn. Let a stop ihe
atrit ot sitrnaii rn innovatioa and lire
naaar taUv of our fortthrt which
haa aaaa aooad aad good aad whoia
an , aad wttaoat hardahip to any on.
Theae are words fitly spoken. In
many respects we hare wandered
too far lrom the laws and customs
af oar forefather. In former times
taere were plenty f good honest
p.;riotic enough '
of .1 ua! ii'e of I Ai'f
Thev have !e-en
I ( t r lot is m ami ' he
people are leing robbed of thou
sands of dollars annually on account
of so many petv and trivial offenses
being brought in:o the roorts that
the magist r,r'n .nd constable may
t their lees. We recogiur.e the
tact, to I sure, the changed con
dition of things bronchi .ibout by
the war made man v ol our lest peo-
' irp .
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the duties oi tne orace
without pay. bnt with two or three
justices in every neighborhood
withoat pay these duties woold not
be so onerous: trivial offenses would
not be sent to the court and the
people would get rid of many lulls
o f cos l .
We tlunk it would 1h a go.nl idea
to aliolish nistices" fees ,,nd restore
in iart the forme, pat ri.'tmm of the
tii k cnvr ok roon
for a nfin
WIkd you cooaider the iiueuon of
DKMurr food for a Meld hand you will
thai it eoata luile A band can
wrll o $1 7J a moaih. proTidaxi ai
men who were
hol'l the oftii
robbed nf thi
cooking haa not to t paid for. A buihl
hranci0 mnl dMbu. quarter of a
powod ot meat day will cost cnt.
and that Uarea 40 won for noolaeae.
i .-4 mii.r iiru That will brine
U ttTiaa-np to S1 a yaar The fanner
who boards hi hand can do it at una
b( iUick- do .iu. to h.
vegetable and froit and the occauooil
cbirkea p4 cm extra oceeJavon. If any
cm a should bira a doxan haoda and hire
'a cook foe ibaaa. lhy could b bosrdad
u fc y-r Url0f
thap It waate and ntrtTMin
, tiiaX ruin mol p.ipj . .innrinnri-j -
Waste ami extravagance does
rnin most people.
Uit the alove
board bill i too cheap. A Meld hand
may lire on a quarter of a pound
of meat a day when? the wood is
fall 01 wild fat pigs and where the
chickens roost low. but if yon would
teach a hand to keep oat of the
way of wild hogs aad respect the
rights o poaltry aroand the barn
yard, yau must do better than that.
we were going to con tit the cost
of feeding a hand for one year we
woald put it about like this: S lMth
el of meal, .'X): V) pounds riour,
12.00; bashels of jotitoeK, 2.XK
200 poanrls meat, 14.00, five cents
per daj for molaasea, aalt and
regetablea, 18.00. Total. U2.00.
This would gire a band plenty of
good, wholesome food and there
voald be no need for trepasiDg on
Fish very rearce; none in
sounds or rivers aa beard of lately.
Clamming ia still the order of the
day. Oar men and boys are mak
ing from 75 cents to f l.o0 per day.
Our people are all well, and if we
had a dozen doctors they woo Id
bare to do something ele besides
doctor the sick.
Died. Feb. 4, at the residence of
B. Lb Kellnm, near Jackson rille,
Mr. B. M. Hawkin. in the r4th
year of hia age.
We saw J. Hiram Bell, from
Jones coanty, and from looks and
reports, gneea he will carry some
one home with him soon from oar
Married, at the residence of Mr.
Benjamin Scott, in Jacksonville
townahip, Onslow coanty, on Mon
day, 23th January, 1SS7, Miss Alice
Scott aad Mr. Major Morton. A. N.
We hare in oar vicinity a lady,
Mr?. Soaaa Humphrey, who is 47
years old and is the mother of 13
children. She looks now quite
young, and can get a boot as nimbly
aa a young girl of twenty.
Dr. C. Thompson found in his
marie bed a genuine petrified log
ger-head turtle, all in perfect shape
and about a foot long. -Cy." says
be will keep him awhile and try a
a meas of soap made from him.
Mr. A. G. Ilnggins, we bear, is
getting np a petition to the Legis
latnre for small flsb protection; not
to allow fish nets or seines smaller
than lj-inch size. We will sign all
soch petitions at that, bnt we like
1 inch better.
Mr. Dexter .Morton is teaching
school on "aw river, boarding at
A. F. Farnell's. Dexter is a good
boy, and teacher, too, and has some
smart pupils. Among tbem are
Misses Nellie and Sallie Karnell
and Annie Gillett, and Masters H.
Bender, tSol. Hewitt, Loo. Kellnm.
and others. His school will cloee
At Jacksonville the first Monday,
and as usnal, a big crowd was
there. We saw lots of fonuy men
(we don't m'ean toxicated men, for
i mast say 1 saw leas drinking that
day than usual . John Krvin and
Barell Dixon were as usual full of
nonsense; W in berry with his oys
ters; Bryan and John Cox, with
their fine stock of horses and males;
Bob Ward, who had just taken a
wife, looked spracy: and C. Creroek,
our new clerk of the superior court,
who is liked by all. was there. We
stopped with A. F. Farnell, sr.,
aad Sol. Gornto, Esq. liotu of
these men are go-ahead farmers.
Aaron baa about 5 fac bogs yet to
kill, li of which will weigh over umi
poands eacn, 10 months old.
There was a calico dancing party
given at the residence of Jobn Oil
diod'i, oo North -Fast lait Friday
night and is said by all who at
tended to be one ot the beet of the
season. The ladies, yoang and old.
were dressed in pretty calico suited
for the occasion. Muie bv Messrs.
Wollim l!rvnr and Hpnrirsnn
A Dne gripperwas given about mid'
night by the young ladies and gen
tlemen. Among the beautiful and
lovely girls were Mises Sndie
rrazelle. annie Hewitt, l.ilv
'ard, Aggie Haggina. I.iiban Ren
der, etc., etc. Several young men.
we hear, lost something there that
night they never saw. Miss Sudie
Frar.elle, whose name is mentioned
above, if tbe acoomplushed young
daughter of Mr .1. O. Frazelle, of
Piney Green, who is now on a visit
to Wilmington, N. '.. and ( 'haries
ton, 8. C., prospecting for a busi-nea-s
opening, so we hear Wew-:sh
you sacceAg, .lames
To BE UKAIi WITH
PHASIC. A gentleman
jrratnlatin -i triend tin
on his rvceii! in ,i ma i.'i
said the ! .i t ' ei . r h .1 n k 1 11,
his ple.a.ai 1 ' w "i 1 1 .;'
and t he 1 : ' h ' one.
nothing like it i and ;:
w .1 s
' In 1
: !, mi
on in. 1 1 1
get the right
llliltllll.' ! ' k
t leaned from Oor FTrlitn
Ualeigli 1 ititor: Work on the
e.istern extension ot the street
railway commenced today at the
corner of l-'ayetteville and Morgan
street. The iron lor the ronte hrws
.irri ved .
Winston ''My. The Salvation
Arniv has organized an armv at
Charlotte of converts made in that ;
city, called the Charlotte Home
Salvation Aimy. It consists of
aloiit seventy members so far.
Winston Republican: Petitions
are being circulated in Stokes
county and freely signed, asking;
the Legislature to declare the!
whole of Stokes coanty under the
stock law. with rules and regnla
tions as govern other counties.
Iyoaisburg Tiwic.- Quite a s;n
sation was caused in town one day
la.xt week, by the attempt of a
small colored boy Humphrey Haw
kins, to poison Gen. V. B. Haw
kins' family. He put "liongh on'
Rats" 111 the water and coffee. The
boy, who is alont l'J years of age,
is now in jail.
Ienoir Topic: 1W year Mr.
John K. Webb, of John's river
township, raised 10 sweet potatoes
weighing 10 pounds irom a single
slip set oit. The Patterson Fac
tory Company has built a new house
60 feet long And added the neces
sary machinery and will at once go
into the manufacture of plaids in
addition to their other lines of
Kaleigh Chronicle: The V. M.
C. A. of Italeigh has held quite an
interesting series of meetings at
the Christisn Church dunne this
week, under the leadership of
l-Vanupliar K I .. Smith, of New
York. The meetings were largely
atteuded and it is hoped and be
licTed resulted in much good. The
Association is far more active than
ever before for the welfare oTyoung
Charlotte Chronicle: The largest
crowd that has yet attended the
Gospel Meetings at the Tryon
street Methodist church, was pres
ent at the services last night, all
the sitting and standing room being
occupied. Mr. Pearson preached a
very earnest and impreeaive ser
mon. and the style of bis preaenta
tion of Gospel facts was interesting
a nnni-iniinir TKa mptini'B
k.. 1 a .Za
-.vcuv. j v.w..,
the interest increase.
Wadesboro Intelligencer: Some
days ago, while digging in his gar
;den, Mr. Willie Mnrr unearthed a
petrified dog's loot the only piece
of perfect petrification that we
ever saw. Tbe toe-nails, eren, are
in a state of perfect preservation.
The only missing part is tbe mar
row which has disappeared and
left a hollow space about a quarter
of an inch wide. It is a rare can
jtoeity, and may be seen by calling
at the Intelligencer office. The
the I balance of the dog got away.
Chatham Record; Mr. Jaa. Wil
liamson, of Smitbfield, had decided
to remove to this place and had
rented a store here, and was on h's
way here when he was taken sick
at Raleigh and died there a few
days ago. We are pleaaed to
announce that the grading of the
Carthage railroad will begin about
the first of March. On last Friday
a contract was signed by the rail
road and penitentiary authorities
for the grading of the road by con
vict, and Col. Hicks thinks be can
grade tbe road in seven months.
Battleboro Headlight: Tbe resi
dence of 6apL Francis Hedgepetb
was destroyed by fire on Thursday
night of last week. All the farni
tore, etc, was destroyed except
three beds. The captain who is a
cripple from rheumatism, was car
ried oat. Supposed to have caught
from a stove. We regret to learn
that tbe stables, barn and three
tacks of fodder belonging to Mr.
Joseph Braswell, who lives near
Whitakers, were destroyed by fire
last Friday night. The fodder was
some distance off to the windward
of the house. Tracks were found
leading from the barn to the stacks
and from thence to Whitakers.
Sap posed to be tbe work of an in
cendiary. Oxford Orphani' Frimii: A
lady in New Berne wrote ns two
weeks ago that sbe had shipped as
a box oi books, magazines, etc., for
oar children. We have been look
ing for that box ever since bnt it
haa not put in its appearance.
We would be so glad if some one
in each town in North Carolina
would volunteer to get ns np a box
of books for oar library. It would
be the easiest thing in the world to
do. Will some one please try it.
We want books, magazines, papers,
and everything in the way of read
ing matter that would be interest
ing and useful for children. Old
books, of no service to those who
have read them, will be thankfully
Beaufort Record: The luited
States coast survev steamer BJake
is now engaged in investigating
the currents in the gulf stream,
and for this purpose anchors at sea
when wind anil weather permit.
Sarperintendent F. M. Thorn, of
the coast and geodetic survey, has
given notice that when at anchor
she will display during the day, st
the foretopmast head, three balls
or shapes; during the night, three
lights red, white and red one
above the other. During February,
March and a part of April, 187,
she will anchor between Cape San
Antonio, Cuba and Yucatan, and
between Florida Keys andCuba.
During May and a part of dune
she will lay in the Gulf Stream, off
Cap8 Fear and Hatteraa. Masters
of vessels navigating these waters
are reqoested to keep clear of her.
Shelby Setc Era: Mr. A. F.Whis
tanant has discovered a tine mica
mine on the land of Mr. Win, Hicks,
on Briar creek, in No. 11 township.
The mica thus far obtained is ol
the finest quality. The supply is
ver large. Deputy Collector
Geo. W. Means, Deputy Marshals
Alex. Ferguson, It. S. Jones ami J.
A. McFallsmade a raid in the South
Mountains last Thursday and l'n
day and succeeded in capturing
three prisoners and two large stills,
beside destroying a large quantity
of beer. The prisoners were brought
to Shelby and tried before Com
mis-sioner Groves, who discharged
one and bound the other over to
court. Cotumbus F.aker. wn ol
Mr. John F.aker, who lives on Ixng
creek, Gaston county, was acci
dentally killed last Thursday.
Young Kaker and a colored man
went out squirrel hunting and while
on the John McGIll place, near the
Cleveland line, treed a squirrel.
The colored man started up the
tree and, cut oft a limb which struck
the bey iu the forehead, knocking
hi in unconscious. He was picked
np and taken home but died about
lit o'clock that night.
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!iil ifn ''H't' t
chapter To. ,.1
Carol 1 n a. of t iie
aud : he same
bv inserting m
I A 1 K I
1 ' n - ! ; :
i; IAIN l;
n 1: ;
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the la - 1
-CSMl'Il 1 ' t
s he re by
woi d 'const nu -ted . " t i
worls: through it 111 the
of said lands." and m-er
line seven, after the " r 1 '
1 or t lie
1 : i , c n 1
sary, t lie luiiowin woi n-:
drainage thereof. : !o mak
nore accessible, .r d : " 1
Sec. '. That t he S; .r e 1 ;
'e K.uid ol
1 ion danes
.iiging to :;
t ua 1 su 1 ve s
Kducation be, and 1:
authorized to cause the
of t he swamp land bel
to be ascertained t ac
a'ld marked, and until t
the sale of an art of
1 land :s
8 118 1 0 II lc 1 i .
Sec. Thai t lie said 1 '.uard shall
not construct an road until the
county or conntu-s ;n whirli the
said road is situated shall a (free to
devlare the said nad upnti its nun
pletiou a public pud. and shad
agree to keep t ne saim
repair 111 the lu:ure as
highway, at the cust and epeio
of such e.iiinty ir conn; ;e
Sec, i That section 1 m! chapti
70, of I he laws of eighteen !. 11 (air.
and eights live be amended 1
li 11 n
striking out t he wop
dred and fifty. " and
lieu thcrei'I ( lie w unb
dre1 and twenty tive
r ' :
said coin !:.
diatfly lui 11 i.hc.
, I 1
Directors of the l'enit
i n; iar to I he
said State l'.oan
on vict s 11 o w in the 1 'en j
and Ir. 111 : he lon e now
on the Factory l'-raneh
ltailroad. when the contra, t w.th
raid road is completed, and the
said number ol three hundred and
twenty five convicts shall be kept
up ami maintained bv the said
Board of Director ol the lYinteii
tiary; and they shall be trans por ted,
'fed,' clothed, guaided and inain
taioed by said Hoard ot Directors
of the Penitentiary .
rtec. o. That the w.uks htiein
after mentioned shall le under the
and supervision ol the
,,., D,l,-0, 1,1 ill.. Srate
cukiuri 1 i iiifii'; 1 ' , .......
Board ol 1 .dncation. ami no new
road, ditch or canal shall be con
strncted or cut by the said State
Board of Kducation until the works
of internal improvements ant horized
and directed by tins Act shall be
Sec. (j. That said State Board of
Education is hereby authorized,
empowered and directed to cut a
canal from some voint on lroail
creek, in the county ol Hyde, at or
near the bridge crossing said creek.
to the head of navigation on Alli
gator river. That said canal shall
be sixty feet wide, and shall be cut
by the convict force as deep as it is
jxissible without the use of dredges.
Sec. 7. That for the purpose of
constructing said canal, the said
State Hoard of llducation in hereby
directed to increase the convict
force now employed in constructing
a public mad in the counties ol
Washington and !eaulrt to one
hundred convicts, and alter said
road shall be completed, to transfer
and work the said force upon the
said canal. That said number of
one hundred convicts shall be kept
up and maintained, and shall be
kept steadily at work until said
canal shall be cur to the depth
Sec. 8. That il any part of said
canal shall pas t hrough lands not
owned by tin- .wd State Hoard of
Kdncation, ' " said Hoard is
author 1 d an.! i-ii. ; o w iTCtl , mi run-
siderati.": .! he bene (its accruing
to snci: ;.::a!e lands, to receive
lrom the o .. :.i-r or owners thereof,
a conveyance of such part of said
lands, including the right of way
for the said canal, as the Hoard
may consider jut and equitable:
and when infants or persons n.in
compoM iiienti-i shall be the owners
thereof, his or her guardian is
hereby authorized and empowered
to execute such conveyance. That
tbe said State Hoard of Kducation
shall hare all the ngh sand powers
over the land thu-; acquired and
conveyed, as they now have over
other public land-. 'That il the
said Hoard of Kducation and the
owners ol said land- are unable to
agree as aforesaid, the said Hoard
shall tile a petition belore the Clerk
of 1 ho Superior (Hurt of Hyde
county, in the maimer prescribed
by ll.'T ol The Code lor the drain
ing of lowlands. That the com mis
sioners thus apHinted shall, after
twenty days' notice lo the said
Board, and to such owner, meet
upon the said land, and, alter being
duly sworn, shall proceed to ascer
tain and determine the benefit
which will accrue to the owner
thereof from the construction of
said canal, and the damage winch
he will sustain, and ,cny excess ot
benefit over damage, tne -a;.t com
missioners shall allow and a-s;gn to
the said State Hoard ol laiucatnai
iu land, particulars ile-i r,b;ng the
same. That the -aid commission
ers shall report In wilting under
their hands to
shall confirm the
the Court, w Inch J canal m the county of Hladen. sub-,-ame
un less 'ood si 1 1 n: i DiT the word Hladen for the
cause be shown to the contrary, and
upon the confirmation of the said
report, the same shall be recorded
in the Kegister'- i.ftiee of said
county, and the title '..the.-aul
lands thus condemned shall be
vested in the State Hoard ol balnea
tion. Tli at iitlier part shall h.u
Uie right of appeal l:cm t he older
of the L lei k ot
ot aid eoun" u;
ol said (!
of t he
i i u
i ( '
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e, ill ,i
change t lie r.
to pre- cr : ! .e ' i
shall be const
s : a ' t
'I! I I
eon : rue
load in ;
.ii i c:i
and r.isquutaiik. beginning on the
east side of the main road called
he-'l p Hiver Uoad." in Perqni
inaiis county, at the corner o John
1). Parker's fence, and running
thence to Richardson's corner, 111
Pasquotank county. Said convict
lorcc shall be kept steadily at work
until said road is completed, and
atter its completion shall be trans
leiied and assigned to the canal
from I'road creek to Alligator
river, and theic kept at work until
s.ial canal is completed: and after
said transfer to the said canal the
said loree of one hundred and fifty
convicts shall be kept up until the
completion of the said canal.
Sec. 1'. That the residue of the
oonvicr force granted and allotted
to 'he State Hoard of Kducation by
ehapter s.veiitv of the Iawh oi
eighteen hundred and eighty live, 'tion.
as amended by this act. after de
dueling the aforesaid force of one
hundred ami fifty convicts assigned
to 1 he construction of the aforesaid
canal and road, shall be assigned
to and immediately set at work on
he following other works of inter
nal improvements 111 Kasteru North
Carolina, in the following order:
I . I pon the road 111 Carteret
county known ns the Carteret
County Turnpike, running through
the lands ol the State Hoard of
Kducation in s,.:d county of Car
teiet. known as the Open Ground
l'ra.iie, and connecting the county
se.it ot said county of .11 teret, the
town of Keautoit, with Merrimon
:. w n-lup. The said turnpike road
;s io 1 1, 1 i .111 j dot and made suita
li'e loi tra el from the head of the
Noi'h in it road to the end ol said
; u i n pi ke road on Adams eicek 111
s.i d county; and the said 11 s due
ol -aid convict force is be steadi
' kep' at woik until said tuinpike
load is completed and made suita
ble loi travel as aloiesaid at any
n ol the vear. I he uml con-
foieesh.ill cut a.ongthe t-ldes
ol aid rortd such ditches as may
be nece-.-.iry to keep the same well
dl .lined ,i!ld in good condition.
J . That after the completion ot
said turnpike load in Carteret
county, the said residue of said
convict force shall be transferred
immediately to Onslow county and
assigned to the construction of a
road leading through the public
lands, beginning at A. .1. MurriU's,
on the W ilmington and New Berne
road, running thence to Hatch's
Fork, on the said Wilmington and
New Berne road. That the said
road shall be cut in the manner de
scribed and required by chapter
iL'tJ-i) two hundred and sixty-eight
of the laws of eighteen hnndred
and eighty-three. Tne said con
vict force shall be kept steadily at
work until said road is completed.
.! . That after the completion of
the said Onslo comity road
twenty -live of said convicts wo as
signed to work on said Onslow
county ioad shall be transferred to
the conntv of Lenotr, to grade the
public highway leading from the
loot of Queen street, m the town of
Kinston, Ienoir county, to the iron
bridge across Neuse river: Pro
riilnl, That the said county of
Lenoir furnish quarters for said
twenty live convicts and transpor
tation of said convicts from said
county of Onslow to Kinston,
Lenoir county. Alter the comple
tion of said road the said twenty
live convicts shall be transferred to
the county of Titt immediately, to
construct the Grindle creek canal,
in said county of Pitt, of such depth
anil width as shall secure the drain
age of Grindle creek, in said
county, beginning at a pnblic road
crossing Grindle swamp at a point
known as the Kmily Daniel cross
ing, and running thence with the
various courses of said creek a
northwesterly direction to the pub
lic road crossing the said swamp at
or near the town of Hethel. in 1'itt
county. Thai all the provisions
of section - subsection of this
Act shall apply to said canal in
l'itt county, substituting the word
l'itt for the word Hyde in said
The w hole ol the said con
vict force assigned to Onslow
county as aforesaid with the excep
tion of the twenty-lire assigned to
Lenoir county by sub section three
of this section, shall be immediate
ly transferred to l'ender county,
and assigned to the construction
and completion of the following
roads leading through the public
lands m said county: One begin
ning at ('room's Hridge, on the
North Kast Kiver, running through
Angola Hay to the Ihiplin Koad;
the other beginning on aforesaid
road alsHit one and a half miles
from ('room's Hridge and following
the line surveyed and marked
through .-aid Hay. The said cou
vict force shall be kept steadily at
woik until said road is completed.
.". . That atter the completion of
said roads in l'ender county, the
said convict force shall be immedi
ately transferred and assigned to
the construction ol a canal in Hla
den county, leading through the
public lands lrom some point on
l'.lack Kiver. :n said counts', to be
designated by the said engineer,
to and up oily swamp, to the
head of said swamp in said county.
That ii any part ot said canal shall
drain the land- ot private individ
uals, all thu provisions ot section
eight ol this act shad applv to said
word Hyde, wheiever it occurs in
said section: 1'rviuled, That the
land conveyed to the said State
Hoard of Kducation, shall be recon
vened to said parties at any time
within live e.iislVoiu ihe comple
Hon of said canal on p.nnient to
1"' lr'1 ".' , u'" u
sum as the said bo ud may agree to
accept loi -aid oind.
, , . , . ii... . .... i. .
y.T after the eouiiiet;uu nf
c. ui.il ;n l.i.uleii county
the .ii'l eonviet
leree h.il I be i in !
in t-il ; .1' (
;r,inferreil .unl as.-ineil 1
i. -! met n in el the fol !o w ; ng
:i S.im peii ei ;: n t 1
1 ,1 adMiau .-. 1 , uiiliiij,'.
l.ii 1 1 ne ! ie! t en t he
:,. I'ciiMin and ,1. 11.
- Kims .v.unp. run-
lo the head ol aid
. 1V;iiiii:i;;' at the
; ( '.dial ie and e ;eiid
he head of said stream
eces.iry lor thorough
' , l'.e:iin;nsr a; the
: :e I oh.u le and ex
: head of aid
:,,iy l'c necessary lor
::n.ir''. That ad of
1 1 ; 1 1 :i
.-. Il . 1
n ei'dit .-dial I
l n the county
illtt the Word
. llvde. hel
Il count V. t he
it alter tlie
s ;:i Samp
:rt lotce s
.1 n a
' i i
I ',runs n U c
o ' he ei'Ilstr;;.
iMliill: 1 'n't; : n li i
aecuinaw 1 ;
:on ot the
i ' at some
; hence a
Southerly course and connecting
with Calabash Eiver. That all the
provisions of section S and sub
section five of this Act shall apply
to said canal in Brunswick county,
substituting the word Brunswick
for the word Hyde, wherever it
may occnr in said sections.
s). That after the construction
of the canal aforesaid the said con
vict force shall be transferred and
assigned to the construction of a
canal connect:ng Elizabeth Kiver
and Kockwood Folly Sound, in
Brunswick county, which canal is
'provided for bv chapter '28" of the
Kaws of I8H0.
Sk l.'-f. That all laws and clauses
of laws in conflict with this Act are
Skc. 14 That this Act shall be
in forco from and after its ratifica-
i his is a hard section on doctors 1
Another accession to our school.
,t .cm come , !
"Ole hat man" has just received 1
a new lot 01 goous.
Mr. Harrison Roberts and wife (
are quite sick. Hope they will soon
A schooner at wharf loading rice 1
for Chaileston. She brought salt ,
for "Cheap John."
Our farmers suem to be full of '
new life and vim, bnving ne-plows,
mules, horses, etc.
m, ii,ioipo io
1 ready for the paint.
Parson is ready for an X.
Mrs. Margaret Koberson
bought Dr. W. II. Peterson's dell
ing and will probably move to
An i ora.
Mr. Martin, of Norfolk, in town.
Mr. .Josephns Tripp, mayor of Kob
ersonville, is in town visiting Prof.
Mr. T. W. May hew is up to
Raleigh looking after cur new
county. -Mr. .M . is a promising
voiine hiwver and lias manv lriends
In this section.
Farm work U vioeTOaeina verv lowlr .
Mr. R. S. Daniels of the State Citron-
iclc is among ua quite often.
Mr. S. B. Lane and a part of his fam- .
Hy are on a Tisit to Wayne county. I
The saw mill at this place haa ben
idle for five or six months and there is '
no indication of a start.
The nefrro seems bunt on obtaining a 1
little dook larnin. ocnool u now
going on with them near this place.
A Bible class haa been organized near
Pamlico. The members have resolved
to meet at 3 o'clock p. m. every Sun
It is reported that another couple who
t live in this vicinity will soon be ready
j to join hands for the remainder of their
Mrs. Mary Whitehurst returned from
her Bell's Ferry visit a few weeks ago,
where she spent about a year. Wonder
how Robert is getting along?
Rev. Mr. Becton, our pastor for the
year, gave ns an extra sermon on Fri
day night of last week. The commu
nity is very much pleased with him.
Mr. Ambrose Jones, keeper of the
Neuse river lighthouse, assisted by
others, killed, a few days ago, a seal
weighing about one hundred pounds.
The animal was captnred at the house.
Miaees Pauline and Mary Whitehurst
have decided to try their luck farming
this season. Would not some of our
many timber-getters b acting wisely
if they too were to try the same busi
ness' Mr. Nelson Jenson continues to be
lame from the effects of a nail which
passed through his foot some weeks
ago. Misfortune did not come singly
with him, from the fact that he lost bis
horse soon after he stepped on the nail.
Wm. Potter, sr., is supplying the de
mand for horses and mules in Pimlico.
His stock is at Bay boro.
John Flowers and Miss Mollie Messic
were married on last Sunday at the
residence of J U. Cary. on Spring
creek, J. U. Cary, J. P., officiating.
Schooner Marvel. Shaw master, with
a load of lumber from A. H. Whit
oomb's mill, for Philadelphia, was
towed out to better sailing water by
steamer Be'.tie on Wednesday evening.
On the 10th inst. an election was held
in this place for the adoption or rejec
tion of the stock law. There were 102
registered voters and 37 voted for adop
tion and 33 against it. It is for this
section lying between Trent creek and
Bay river. So we are to be a stock law
section. We are, and have been, a no
fence section for a long while.
On the 5th inst. a raft of logs were
passing under the bridge in Bayboro
and the tide was flowing rapidly, when
the raft struck the posts of the bridge
and knocked them from under the
works above. The consequence was a
collapsed bridge, but the damage is all
repaired and travel is not discomoded
at this time.
The following is a correct list of the
Misses who have been sent to Mr. Joe
Kinscy school at La Grange; Rena,
daughter of ex-Sheriff Hooker: May,
daughter of Win. T. Caho; Louisa,
daughter of A. H. Hamlin, and Lena,
daughter of ISenj. McCotter. I learn
the latter baa been sick considerable
pari of the time she has been there, but
is better. Perhaps it is home-sickness,
it heiiuj so healthy up there, or some
other cause left behind. I would ad
vise Lena to not be discouraged but to
apply herself to her books, and all will
end well after a while. In mv itemitonsrne and
n.ui iu niai nuou, aauxuivl Ol u E1B. X.
Lincoln, had been sent to the same
school I was incorrect, but Bhould have
said that her father anticipated sending
her tifn a little older.
The Civil Service House Com
mittee through Oen. Cox repori in
favor of increasing the salary of
the commissioners from $3,500 to
$."i,(i"U and they are pleased to add
that the "reform has come to stay."
So sorry. If the present mail ser
vice continues a free press will have
to close up business. J t really looks
from recent speeches in the Senate
bv Democrats and known
f aC tS
I that verv numerous Republicans in
, offu,e arrived in Washington
; n i manv 0f them in the
war and soon after "had come to
' 1 sfav ' H thutntilni) tnr
,TI 1 1 w em il mul
tlii liiormiiL.'. i
lie. II lle anl. a.-
leli'htt'ul it is
it not. ('icely.
he hurst into
! t In
loiidoir of her friend. "Are
von 'rom'r to take a walk?" .N'u,
I think not tln morning. I am
prejudiced aaiu.-t inol uin walks."
Voll didn't Used to he when
yniir fall .-uit wa m style, you
k:i"v." And thele followed a
! I ili.it nut li i ui;
: w :". 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 i"
-b I t
. .-: iul "A lair hand :
mii k:i", ;:i tliux- d.l they
e t li'- Illu-t pel t'eef ei iimteri'ei t
ui w a nt 111 LI I 1 "1 c. Ale Vull
this : v imt ulie Shei alehl
!!. it yuii think it'- enimtei
1 1 :i 't ull 1 n-t t el 1 : n : t ""
TilK Ti ill .tND A W 'MAN'S
I'M. I K. -T'nt out niir Tongue
a httie further," said a j'hysician
to . i !e:n. tie iat it-lit : "a little fur
ther, nia'an, it you 'lease a little
I i;i ; ln-r -t ill." --WTiy. Dm tnr. ilu
oil t h l nk theae is no end to a
woman's : i m u'.ie " ei ied t h- t a 1 1
DEATH IN THE "WATER.
Is the Element we Drink Decimating
the I'eople ?
How a Universal Menice to Health
May Be Disarmed.
A few years ago the people in a
certain section iu one of the leading
cities of the state were prostrated
with a malignant disease, aud upon
investigation it was found that only
those who used water from a famous
old well were the victims.
Professor S. A. Littamore. an
alyst of the New York State Board
of Health, upon analyzing water
from this well, found it more deadly
than the city sewage!
1 The tilling up of the old well
i stopped the ravages of the disease.
1 Not long since the writer noticed
I while some men were making au
i excavation lor a large building, a
(stratum of dark colored earth run-
niK from near the surface to hard
Pan' There it took another course
'rt,,a We','- "n The
water rom this well had or years
ue-cn laiuicu wilu me cirainings
vault, the perco
lations of which m.,t Hiaw
- , - ..... .. .., VAIOV-VIWIt.U bUC
A similar condition of things cx-
ists ' every village and city where
well water is used, and though the
filtering which the fluids receive in
Pilssdg through the earth may gi ve
them a elear appearance, yet the
poison and disease remaius,
d'ough the water may look never so
It is still worse with the farmer,
for the drainage from the barn
a,s:yard aud the slops from the kitchen
eventually find their way into the
The same condition of things ex
ists in our large cities, whose water
supplies are rivers fed by little
streams that carry off the filth aud
drainage from houses. This "war.er"
is eventually drunk by rich and
poor alike with great evil.
Some cautious people resort to
i tlie filter lor purifying this water,
, but even the filter does not remove
this poison, for water of the most
deadly character may pass through
. this filter and become clear, yet the
l poison disguised is there.
! TheJ wno use filters know that
they must be renewed at regular
periods, for even though they do
not take out all the impurity, they
soon become foul.
Now in like manner the human
kidneys act as a filter for the blood,
and if they are filled np with im
purities and become foal, like the
filter, all the blood in the system
coursing through them becomes bad
for it is now a conceded fact that
the kidneys are the chief means'
whereby the blood is purined.
These organs are filled with thon
sands of hair likc tubes which drain
the impurities lrom the blood, as
the sewer pipes drain Impurities
from oar houses.
If a sower pipe breaks under the
house, the eewage escapes into the
earth and fills the house with poi
sonous gas; so if any of the thou
sand and one little hair like sewer
tabes of the kidneys break down,
the entire body is affected by this
It is a scientific fact that the kid
neys have few nerves ot sensation;
and. consequently, disease may ex
ist in these organs lor a long time
and not be suspected by the indi
vidual. It is impossible to filter or
take the death ont of the blood
when the least derangement exists
in these organs, and if the blood is
not filtered then the uric acid, or
kidney poison, removable only by
Warner's safe enre, accumulates in
the system and attacks any organ,
producing nine out often ailments,
jast aa sewer gas and bad drainage
produce so many fatal disorders.
Kidney disease may be known to
exist if there is any marked depart
ure from ordinary health without
apparent known cause, and it
should be understood by all that
the greatest peril exists, and is
intensified, if there is the least
neglect to treat it promptly with
that great specific, Warner's safe
cure, a remedy that has received
the highest recognition by scientific
men who have thoroughly investi
gated the character of kidney de
rangements. They may not tell us that the
cause of so many diseases in this
organ is the impure water or any
other one thing, but this poisonous
water with its impurities coursing
constantly through these delicate
organs undoubtedly does produce
much of the decay and disease
which eventually terminate in the
fatal liright's disease, for this dis
ease, alike among the drinkrng
men, prohibitionists, the tobacco
slave, the laborer, the merchant
and the tramr, works terrible devas
tation every year.
It is well known that the liver
which is so easily thrown out of
gear'' as they say, very readily dis
turbs the action of 'the kidneys.
That organ when deranged, imme
diately announces the fact by sallow
skin, constipated bowels, coated
headaches, but the
kidney when diseased, struggles on
for a long time, and the fact of its
disease can only be discovered by
the aid ot the microscope or by the
physician who is skillful enough to
trace the most indirect e fleets in
the system to the derangement ol
these organs, as the prime cause.
The public is learniug much on
this subject and when it comes to
understand that the kidneys are the
real health regulators, as they are
the real blood purifiers of the
system, they will escape au
indefinite amount of n n n ecesfir v
I on fVe r i n cr unil ;ol 1 1 I ti at 1 1 of 1 1 1 a
and happiness to their lot.
Onions inhaled cause .-deep. Ie-t
and repose. The soldier on hi
inarch and the eshau.-ted Jion
Woi ker ret l'eat strength from
eating the onion. Tie a froh
onion around the in-ek and linii-e
it to make it- odor thorough, and
you -eelire -ound -Ieep linin it-
night lv inhalation.
Tiif V.i or Wild. 'icinrs
BuVS. A vuti'iaii Main srhuu
toaeher l ciueliil u-i s a iliuul in
w liii'h Le Lad seven wild, virion
liu. vhoe aim in life seemed t
lie to tonnellt the teacher,
, teacher recently visited tin
prison, in Thuinatiiii. and
three ul those lmys there,
others a;-,- in the letui'iii sclnj
N ash-II. i.e. Tenn.. Nov. s. Is-r
i 'ne of my custonitrj. 5Ir-. L. Wil
liams, has been using B. B. B. a short
time and reported to me that it? eltects
were simply marvelous, and that it far
surpasses all other blood remedies she
had used, and that she could heartily
Banction anything said in its fayor. as it
had given her more relief than any
thing f-he had ever used before.
YV. H. Owen. Druggist.
Sold in New Berne by R. N. Duffy
and E. H. Meadows.
Messrs. E. II. & J. A. Meadows are
authorized to make contracts for us on
Early Garden Peas.
Those desiring to plant for us will
call on them for further particulars.
jan22dtfwlt MOORE & URADY.
BUILDING AND PAIRING
by rirst-claKs Carpenter and
DELAMAR BROS. .
Ncwbern or Kinston, N. C.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tlie Old Dominion Steamship Com
pany's Old and Pnvorlte Water
Route, via Albemarle and
Norfolk, Baltimore, New York, Phila
delphia, Boston. Provldtnc ,
And all points, North, East and West.
o,?11,-.''"'1 Rfter TUfcHDAY, FEBRUARY
2M, 18S7. onilifui-th.tr nothe, the aauAr"
Steamers New Berne and Pamlico
will sail from NORFOLK, Va everv MOV
DAY, WEDNESDAY .,i' vT, iTaI-5.. S,v
A.M.. for NEW HHKNE, via Washington,
making close connection with the Steamer'
of the N. I. k m. U. to , for Kmston Trln
ton inn all other landings on the Nense
and Jrent Kiver.
Ketiiriiine. will sali from NEW BERNE
DA at 1 a KL E. M.. for NORFOLK direct,
mating com eotloa with the O. U f. S. Oo '
Bh.ps tor New York, B. s. P. co.'s steamers
for ealtimore. Clyde Line Ships for Phil a
delplUa and M A M. X. Co.'g ships for Kos
ton and Providence.
Our untiring efforts to plcrse our patrons,
anil our almost perfect service tor the past
twelve y ears, is ibe lest tuiranlee we can
"fler oil Hiipm-rs at to what we will do for
them In the future
Order all f.MKis rare .if I . s. f. Co.. Nor
Freight.. u(,i ifccivnl for s-hlpaient after
11 a rn. on silintr tlavs.
PuKseimeia will rjnrt ii coort table, comfort
a.) e loouis, and every .-ourit-i-v and atten
tion wil. he p, ,1 tl, em ,,y nieoinc, is.
F. Ii. ROBERTS, Agent
MESMts. v FLPtPPER A TURNER,
Agents, Norfolk. Va.
A'. IT- STANFORD.
(j. F. A P. Agt., New York City.
Parties desiring to purchase any of
the above named goods at the LOWEST
CASH PRICES, will find it to their
interest to cad upon or write U
GREEN, FOY & CO..
NEW BERNE, N. C-
Thurber's Gcods a Specialty
E. B. HACKBTJRN'S.
MY GOODS ARE
Fresh and Well Selected,
And I propose to sell them, for the
CMPtR THAN ANY STOBEinthe CUT.
nW A trial will convince you.
Broad St., between Hancock and Middle,
"MOORE COUNTY GRIT"
Tte bant MUtitoa in th WnrlH for Tmhlo lHo.l
Samprea of mul aeol om application. 8nd for price on
1 'or table Corn Mills, Upper a&d Undr Banner and Mill
stones. We are agenta for Encines, Boilers, Saw
MUU, Cotton Gin, FUnera, Shahing, PqIIoti, e.,
alto for Roller-mill Outfit which saT50to7&cQti
for the miller in every barrel of floor be makes.
Writ itatinp what yon want and Hnurra wiah to bar on.
r,ive reference. Addrew, North Carolina Mill
1UUC lUtj 5 VW., 1 . V
J. L. HARTSFIELD
KINSTON, N. C,
BOOKS and STATIONERY
School Books and School Supplies
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Toys., Glassware,
urockery, fishing Tackle, Etc.
ne door south of Loftin's Bank.
J L. HARTSFIELD.
Notice of Mortgage Sale of
By virtue of the judgment in the
case of R. H. Rountree vs. John W.
Rhem and wife, Inez Rhem, Qeorgianna
west ana ti. t. West, pending in the
Superior Court of the county of Craven,
ODtainea at rail lerm of said court,
1886, I will sell, aa commissioner of said
court, for cash, at Dover station, on the
A. & N. C. R. in said county, on the
liith day of March, (Saturday) 1887, the
lands mentioned in tbe complaint and
mortgage in said case, being tlie lands
formerly owned by Geo. W. West,
lying in the county of Craven, adioin
ing the lands of G. A. Richardson, John
R use. dee'd. heirs, the Jackson Kent
lands. Edward Hill and others, lying
in. on and near by Mosely creek, a part
of which lands is now occupied by Geo.
W. West and John VV. Rhem, contain
ing 1200 acres, more or less. Sale to
A J. LOFTIN.
Feb. 1, ls7. Commissioner.
We own the only Lime Kiln in this
city, and offer Pure Commercial Lime
for salt-, free of sand. g.VOO to S6.00 per
W. P. BURRUS & CO.,
Commii-"n Merch'ta and Grain Dealers,
dw NEW BERNE. N. C.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
W. K. Boyd.
Iit-a.g ; n coi Tegpoiuieiic w! :h gereraliar
' i Xnriii who ilesire to make investments
. f. i r r: . .--a' . iL:a ica.ity. i c-rsons linv-
a:.-J Ie: fea.'e w-uuid do
li sorij tiop . with prloe
.urr- li.hJ-.- ..' a .i.r :i- not Ift-
ruudt rate- v. hi ii iaies are tuaiie
W. Ii. BOYD,
South Front Street,
ia riH.ni eos: "f Liaston House.
EDUCATE! JEDUCATE !
What Better Can Be Done For
VUKOKA, '. C.
The Kali session wlii ciope Keb. 4. lv!T.
SpiUiK session mill open Ke'j. 7 and c1ob
1 u.l ;,)!! fii.73 to SI
and boanl 536 tm per
nr. n u ' i .
l'up:isnre charged from c.rae f entrance
u L-iid i . f tessioii. No deduction except in
nss -f protracted lliress of two wfeia or
r or farther Information applyto
rv. I .
OK GENUINE (PROOF LAST YEAR)
Early Eose Seed Potatoes.
FOR SALE CHEAP !
Do not buy, nor make any arrange
ments before seeing
NEW BERNE, S. 0
T. A. Green' Old Stand.
Dr. G. L. Shackelford,
ew I Jerne, IV.
Office cm Middle street, opposite Bap
tist church. dw
Ask yemr retailer for tbe James Vftsng M gtjp.
Caution ! Some dealers recommend lnfartor
gcxKls In order to make a larger profit. TfciatatlM
ori ainal $3 Shoe. Beware of lmttettotUWatee.ee
k now ledge thefr own Inferiority bjr aUempdaff
build upon the reputation of the original.
None iacnnine unleae be.rinc tfcia BtaeBftV
sTop Ccitlcaci, nn CUC
Made In Button, Cort great aal
celled In Dmbilit. Ctatfbrt
A w xracr, A poual ear
Ron t to us will hriayycm ra-
i iiumivu uuw to sec aui
Shoe In any State or
41 Uaooln M.
Onr celebrated factory produces a larger qnantlty
of Shoes of this grade than any other factory tn tba
world. Thousands who wear them will tell you th
?.a?viyt.5ro9.ask.thein- JAMKs IHKaVs' k-f
Full line of the above ehoea for u)
in New Berne by
HOWAED & JONES.
SAW LOGS of Pine, Ash, Cypress, etc.
RAIL. ROAD CROS8 TIES of -White
Oak, Rock Oak Chestnut Oak). Also a few
A. H. WHITCOMB.
Stonewall. H. O,
8. RADCUFF A CO..
Kew Berne, N. C.
Or call on or address
Messrs. HAGY BL.YE,
Lumber Com. Merchants,
205 Walnut Place.
Janlgdlm Phlladelphis . Penna.
Take Notico !
Our store is filled with
Provisions, Grocerietv, Caaned
Goods, Dry Goods, Crockery,
t r i
t "saanjuir. fwfMi. aaai
a i- "ea mm -
Etc. We keep a fall line of tbe : l
Celebrated Prison Boots? iiifil
C. S. Parsons & Sons Boots -and
Every pair warranted to gire satia- .
Country merchants and the people -generally
are requested to call and ex- '
amine our large stock before purchas
ing. We will give yon low fig uraa.
We job Lorillard Snuff.
ROBERTS & BRO.,
South Front st.. New Bern, N. O '
vegetable, Flower, Field st
Plants. Bulbs Implem'is. CS
r f bt mall oa kDDUcatlon.
r rv E. Cm Don't neglect witUny tortt,
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
ROCHESTER, N. Y. CHICAGO, ILL.
823-326 X. lUia SV,
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Grain and Potatoes,
Garden and Flower Seeds,
Vegetable & Flowering Kan Is.
Prices quoted on application.
Dir.riptive Catalogue mailed ir: i
NO. 10 S. FOURTEENTH CT.
Kentioa this paper. RICH.tlo.M. vi.
E, tt. HODGES,
Carts, Wagons, Wheels,
And Wheel Stocks, Axles, &o.
Repairing done on short notice.
AVork guaranteed, and prices lower
for the same work than can be obtained
A liberal discount offered to the
GIVE Mk A Till Ali.
Queen btnet, Kinston ,N. U.
NEAR NUNN'S HOTEL.
J. J. TOLSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Choice Groceries and
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
NEW BERNE, N. C,
fciT Goods guaranted as represtBted.
ocl9 d8t wtf
DRTjT D. CLARK
Office on Urr.ven itrtet, bVwii Pollock
i and Broad Dr7-ldAwlyy
T. M. SIMMONS. CLEMENT KULT.
SIMMONS & MANLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice In the Courta or Craven, Jod
Onalow, Carteret, Pamlico, Lenoir and Hyde
and in the Federal Court at New Tern.