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IXDEPEXDENT IjST ALL TJH.L(-iS.
Terms 9Q.OO Per
MOW HI2UNE, CRAVKN COUNTY, N. ( .. APRil
!i Si B W 13
Some have plenty, sooie hie utore,
W bare enough and so much t -Arr
l To talk to J9Q naattM" ooncerinnfi our srort'.
Vicb ta fact and substance is just this, th;t we haron't h.nl any fair
ebaaM4Booner, to tell yoa, that onr new spring gools h;ive come in, tnd
what i Still better we have sold a gol qantity of them already, hut
eaongb to break the immense assortment In the various branches of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS m th. nw leading shades,
Giaghama, Pongees, India Lawns, Piques, Em
broidered Dresa Robes "J n
. , 'iatliBe of Notions, Handkerchiefs, Buttons, Ruch-
' f ' jTinsn, IrerlMtiiir Trimmings, Embroideries, Para-
"-kV ... hi.
" Tiriou BtjUs, in feet cannot enumerate all -we have (
BEADY MADE CLOTHING m jumtuy lor Men
aBi koji Plenty of Shoot at all prices, besides tho well known j
Ziglr Bros. make. Genu' Hata, Neckwear, J-
O forth. F&nta Goods from 10 cts. per yard to fl.75.
Purnitare, Turniture, Glassware and Groceries, j
in troth moct kDjtling neededlat may a. Id t.i your happiness,
which you Will Surely
to Ybnra sincerely,
HIS CLOTHHIG EMPORIUM
to lb Star UUIt oocupied by Wm. Holliter, where with morn Room dmplay
bia ioored Stook, he i. with the aiwinlauce of
IVlIt. BAMUKI. 1- HALL,
prepared toahow and ell at Hrd Pan Price.
Tb FIHEST, NOBBIEST, NEATEST, PRETTIEST and BEST
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Straw, Derby and Fur Hats,
Boots and Shoes,
Dry Goods, Etc., Etc.
I AM SOLE AGENT FOR
1 L B1TTLES' MEI'S GALF SEWED $2.50 SHOES
Tbonly 8ho old In thl Hty tht ar WARS AST
ED' by Uu UuaOclum 1X U ud BY MKl'OMT
CCrOlittrt. Tlx: Jt vnrjr pir )s WurulUi hoaUl
nv nf ukm In umT within inr reoooifil lime
, rr oatZl will npon rmrn of damaged vmp and tt
I wentaa I 1kUi o wrf. kith Hrr x5 th Momr
or Oiv a u k aw pair ii iivh.i m m
baat. lwl and n twain fit Rhoe Ui tne wnTlJ fer lha
money. They oor la rratton. Main ,od SlrpTol
Oomm and Lc T 8ho , , J
I iia.T I II ! from aoma of oar )vat nl lean
In. elUxana, who have booght tu"B ATTLKt MHOIC,-'
soma of which ha.T worn one pair aa long aa 12 monim.
and prODOQnoe tt the Bt,Chepai and Kaleat Wear
ing Sboa In tka world.
I rwpectfollr solicit an Inapection of
tion to all oareKaainc from ua.
Middla Street, at Wm.
'07 Spring Announcement 87.
We wish to call tlie attention of our Cus
tomers and friends to our elegant stock of
Spring Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
0r Stock is now nearly complete, and we are prepared to give you
GOOD CLOTHLSG AT LOW F1GUKKS.
It is s well known fact th t oar Suits give better satisfaction than nj
ja eaa iad is the eitj. Wlyt Because we bny from the best houses, and
vkea we guarantee aa artioJe jou can depend on it, and any article that does
aot suit may be returned nd money refunded.
BLUE SUITS, $5.00 to $10.00. Our $10. U0 Suit we guarantee fast
Ir ; if it fades we return yonr money.
' Oar line of $10.00 Suits can not be matched in New l'.crue o they allsay,
B I are aad eee us ir you want a auit of aDy kind ; if we can't fuit ym oat
ofttoek we eaa order it for you.
We hare aa usual the fineat line of STRAW HATS in the city. Hoyi
50o. Straw HaU a specialty. Mackinaw Straw Hats ;Oc. up.
We wiab to call attention to our line of MEN'S FINE SHOES. Sucy
Adams & Co.'i and Jamea Means & Co.'i. We are solo agents here.
Our atock of NECKWEAR is very complete, and is being cocstantly
Large line of GENTS' FURNISHINGS, consisting of L'Dderwear, Sus
pender H. Hose, Garters, Collar and Cuffs, etc.
Trunk and Yalises. Straw Mattings, Pine Straw Mattingj and ( arp.ts.
Ni lot ef Porpoise Hide Shoe Laees.
Do not buy before you see us.
HOWARD & JONES.
War, War, War,
L,ooIt OxtI for
IIAVLSG JUST KETURNKD
A T 0AW TW-rr
JX LUIKO OWtfl. jjxj
aad eTerytbing you can call for usually kept in a first clas Dry Goods Store,
I aa determined to open war against rackets and high prices.
To prove Ut aatne I q,aote some of my prices :
Hata aa low as 5c.; a nice hat fer Joe.; and for 50c. I can give you a fine
. rt, W . " C .V. . i n . W l.T ...n .. , . T n 1 . . '
an. a cu uu ... " -
JSatttD Baoe unic; a nice ro eau
i-if iavjiLM uuirttr enofi. rc.
taek nf Shoe, aad tmarantee nrices to
Three nice Handkerchiefs for 5c.
I also have a well selected line of
fonts' Furnishing Goods.
rood UBlanndried Shirt from Soc".
A urge ad. well selected line of
Xook aft tkisl - Way, I eaa give yoa
A.5lce-All-Wool Blue Pkcnel Suit, onlj $7.00.
A GoQtLDiagonal Suit, Black or Brown, for $9.00.
. it i r-m-m.tm Mat One- nil rintha, Tmnki
V T a' -r
Oome one i Lome an . to ue uuHu...ua ... .. . -"
eoaTtae4 iMt l etn
Bell Yon Goods
Bishop Brilding, opp. Baptist CIluicIl
I JAS. A. THOMAS, Saixsxxx. u25 dwtf
procure y flv:n your j.atr
n a e
"The Celebrated Pearl Shirt.'
our Stock and guarantee entire satisfac
Hollister'a Old Stand, Sign of Flag.
FROM TI1K MHilll WITH
P-nnrlf, P 1 rt i n rr Prtnto
uuuuo, vyiwi.uiu5, uvuio
." . , .. r, , : : "
a r , . . , .
m mi i iua' uu wtn noccitu
suit the times.
nice Linen U an Jkerchief for 5c.
Scarfs -jc. up to tSOc.
Than Any Other House In
VIRGINIA B. HARRISON.
( rtlieplienln' have ye wandering seen
A winded boy with blinded eys';'
1 drove him from me yeutert'en.
Dpite liia tears and pleading mk"8.
Hh trars a pretty bow, and keen
Tipped arrows in his quiver lie.
0 shepherds. tdl me, have you seen
TtiU banished Ijve come wandering
Vh sliineM the sun. regret to mock.
Why rlaunt the flowers in hues so Kay
Why skip with j y the suowv tlock,
When poor ioet Ixve is far away .'
Unfeeling shepherds, wherefore smile
And point toward my breaking lieartV
What! close behind nw all this while.'
(I swt-ei' w c two iu more nhall iHrt.
I'. B. Ferrel's Reply.
"(ieorgiii and A labama are not 'Rip
Van Winkle. ' Tlie 'Old North State'
must wake up." Kkrrkl.
Editor Nkw Ikrne Journal :
1 havpj nt real in yonr iasne of Lho
14tb iust. Mr. C. U. Eerrel'.s reply
to my criticism of his lovie st.ito-
ment in detailing Lis method of
manuring cotton laud.
He beems to bo peculiarly un
fortunate in being indeflnite--for
hia reply whirl) ouglit to linvt' con
tained an explanation how he
sixty deei plowed trenches with
one wagon load of maiime or con
lewsetl his misstatement f.uls to
refer to the matter at all, and were it
not for his positive statement that
he applied only 2,.'5(Xi Munds ma
nure per acre, we should as in the
first instance be left to guess his
meaning. My criticism was only
iutended to show the absurdity of,
filling sixty deep-plowed lurrows
with '2,'300 pounds of manure
which was the induction in Jlns
letter to lier. S., and 1 still insist
that his statement was so indefinite
a.s to mislead some and disgust
others. When we give our ex- ,
perieuce to others and that ex
perience involves somothiug im-i
portant and unusual and some
thing IdesirablG by everybody, we ;
should necessarily be careful in ;
our statement that the thoughtless ;
may not lx? deceived, and that thei
thoughtful do not discern an ab ,
surdity and turn away in disgust. ,
I do notjne8tion that three bales of :
cotton can be grown on an acre
and do not doubt Mr. F.'s state-'
menta aboat the results of his own 1
farming are true but ldeny that 1
2,000 ponnds of "Farman's For
mula" and 300 of "Alabama Fer-
. ... nil j , ,
tiller" can fill sty Jeep plowed
fuiT0W8. and-Mr. h . ought not have i
soTnBtrQcCed'in his letter to liov. ;
S. I hop in thefntuxe ho will be I
more careful in giving to the public
his valuable experience and talk
Uyd enough .to awake, and plain
e ncmjfh to iostract we sleeping and
Bat there is another inference in
Mr. F.'s letter calculated to mis
lead and I will say here that the
farmer who may entertain the hope
that one wagon load of ''Farman's
Formula'' contains plant-food for
three bales of cotton irrespective
of essential aids of the soil, will be
greaUy disappointed at harvest
time. There is no doubt great vir
tue in this manure because it
contains stable manure, . cotton
seed,acid phosphate and kainit but
this in qoanity of 2,000 lbs. per acre
on some of our lands under the most I
favorable circumstances wonld fall
one-hall Short Ot three Dales Or more, l
To seecure the immense results '
claimed by Ferrel, Tait, Truitt, i
Wortham, etc., the SOll must be'
nlrpiadv rich in nlant food nicelv
already nc i in piant-iooa. niceiy
lQCOrporated Otherwise how did '
Tait, with only GOO pounds, beat
Ferrel who used 2..100 ponnds of i
the same manure! Furman thought ,
nl.l mn.l m
w.av u- ...ii vu.vi ..i.,
yield maxium crops no matter how i
perfect and plentiful your first ap
plication of manure but that by
degrees the fertility of the soil,
could be brought up and our:
poorest land made to produce three
bales ol' cotton per acre.
There is another important truth
to be stated hero and it is this:
after a certain amount of growth
and product has been reached, such
increase of orop requires a propor-i
tionately larger application of ma- '
nure. To obtain the results of
(ieorgia and Alabama where Mr.
I Kerrel sajsihatr two and three
i bales Of COCtOaio the are IS getUpg
to be .mbfOni'' we mOBtir mautire
mdrt,2Cinire: ietfer Td,irSliarifl
j th'nesaarccvof our ieitfl '"by jq-
' ... "TrT . . . , a 'i
J diciOtl tatiou. ori parphrra
has been lagging eupngb, find ill (
tbalaognage f Mr. F., it is tiuie:
'for tba Old orth State to wake
' j ' ., ra tw-.h;..i ;.' a nnft.ni i
l. r ' , i e .ivii.im ... tt.ivu.ie.
' crop r crp that Geor'iA larly
la us, aud a crop of gr
mee tne melon cfoj.
It ia a notorious fact that the
melon crop ' Soath of us, aud that
North of us commands better prices
than our own. The superior puce
of Georgia crop is alleged to be
dependent ou its earlier maturity
while on the other hand the
prico of the melon crop of Mary
laud is ascribed to the nearness ot
the market and the fresher con
dition of the melons when sold.
Hat what are the facts in the case ! ,
The demonstrations of lS.sii proved
beyond a dopbt that iNorth Caro
lina melons do not command as high
prices as Georgia melons even
1 when they reach the same market
' at the same time. Why? Evi
ly for no other cause than that.
North Oarolina's are iuferior to
Georgia's. That is a good reason
why Georgia's ought to command
more price than North Carolina's ;
, f Whv- should OfioriVs melons
out wny snouia ueorgia s melons
grow larger than North Carolina
melons! Because the climate is
warmer, some will say, and mpre
favorable. According-to that same
. reasoning then, North
, melons ought to be much superior
i in size to the Maryland melons.
a comtnanu a proportionate
higher price as the Georgia's are
Carolina's but on the
Maryland melons rank aa far above
ns in size and price as the Georgia's
do. Wbat's the matter f Why are
we excelled in growing this im
portant fruit by the States both
north and south of us? For no
other reason than they leed their
crops more abundantly. Can we
rpasonahlv hon to fret nnt of nnr
reasonably hope to get out oi oar
land ill prepared and half starved
anything else but a stunted ;i:ul
inferior crop !
As Mr. Ferrell s.iys, ;t is time
for the Old North State to w,;ke
up." We are behind, and for our
lethargy, called "Kip Van Winkle."
We can grow melons as large in
sie, and delicious in flavor, a any
State, and as this is one of the
many crops which we can utilize
cheaply, it ought be no longer neg
lected, and North Carolina ought
no longer remain t i:e sport of her
more progressive neighbors, but
proceed at once to develop her im
mense posMbilit les in this as in the
thousand and one advantages sh
possesses in neaily ever; depait
ment of agriculture. That we can
grow large melons, and profitably,
I will cite just two examples in this
vicinity: Mr. .V. M. Weeks, on a
sand ndge that would not make
five bushels corn per acre, grew
last ear over ."M large and very
fine 'Cuban sweets," and iealized
i'.'-JO per acre for his crop, while
those around him who manured
less abundantly made almost a
total failure. Again, Mr. E. 1?.
Weeks, on 21 hills averaged C large
melons to the hill, some of them
'weighing over "( pound-. Tin-.-o
t wo m-tanees prove tha: wo ill
grow melons as large as any body
can, and under the mo-' adver.-e
weather c reum-i ances. when our
lands are in order and wi ll stored
with rotted and a-.-iinulabie tood.
.Now, in conclusion, let me say
that I hope the twitting of Mi .
Ferrel may do us some good. 11 is
"(ieorgia and Alabama are not
Jiip Van Winkles," "the Old North
State must wake up." ought to ex
cite in us at least a spirit ol emula
tion, and it ought to glow and
increase until we aie well in the
van and arrested only by the fullest
extent of our incalculable possibilities.
Write again, Mr. 1 '.. and :
how to make corn, eotton.eti
how agi '.culture can be made
able, and teach lis amidst tin
eral complaint of hard times that
there are practical farmers lanneis
who make money , and are happy
in tha abundance and luxuriance ot
their crops, and who are !.ving
example- that, under righ man
agenient, larniimi mys.
.1. W. S.mi:i:s.
Sanders St; ore, N. C. April lo. 1-7.
. . ,, .
At LUwson s old Btanfl. on recuse
TO&d Messf8 JIay tt Spearl..u.0 01,enoa
a general grocery business.
The saw null of II. Dvis has been
kept pretty busy of late sawing material
for boxds, etc. We noticed at Tu-ca- j
rora a few weeks since a large supply
of cabbage crates a thousand or morei.
being shipped to E, II . J. A. Mead
ows, of New Berne.
On Neuse road, and facing the road
leading to Tuscarora, a new Episcopal
church is soon to be erected. Lumber j
is now being hauled and everything
made rtady for the carpenters. To the
untiring and unfaltering elTorts of Mrs,
Mary Wadsworth is duo, to a great ex
tent, the consummation of this isubie
Our truckers are much more en
oouraged over the prospects of the pea
crop since the recent rainn. We now
look for about one-half crop. At one ;
time even this was despaired of. Pota
toes a"nd beans are up and looking well, i
Some complain of a poor stand. We
learn Judge Green has plowed up about
one-half of his crop of potatoes and
planted the ground in cotton The
Judge says, far once lie used too much
manure, thereby entirely destroying
the germ of the pocuo. N.,t a single
Mr. Washington I'.ryan, t'a-- popular
and energetic president of thoA.ArN.
c KaiIroaJ ia ullv aWitk., t the inter-
Mt of dippers ovJr his line, and for
their convenience is now having erected
at Tuscarora a large covered platform
for thp reception of mi -k. a -ha Piat-
' ha bdlv needed f r years.
The Neuse and Trent River St.amhoit
Company also propose erecting, at an
early day a warehouse at Spring Gar
den. This, no doubt, will add greatly
to the freights of that line. At present,
all freight shipped from New Heme,
when put off at the landing, is wholly
exposed to the weather and the ravages
Petitions aro being circulated for the
ests blishment of a semi-weekly mail
route from Tuscarora to Cobton. with
offices at May Spear's anil K. Wa is
worth's. The present route from Dover
to Cobton will, in all probability, be
discontinued, aa the proposed new
route, if granted, will lill all the re
quirements of the old one. bet-i les fur
nishing mail facilities to a thickly pop
ulated section of country. the two
new offices will bo known repeeiivel v
as "Eula" and -Myrtle lhil." We
doubt if there is a section of country m
e w,h,0'e co,!nt" 'VT u:,h" h: 'f
by additional mail facilities ilian tin-
propOHed route w,n give the r-0pie of
this township (the Oih . At present a
distance of fifteen to twenty nnles is to
every time we t
inc. r.voi,ii-r,--, t
t- a v
nothing of time an i expense. . an w.-i!
be imagined by our nere f -rtim i'- and
favored city friwi.ds. Wi- tins. ' n
g ressman . m mons will aid us in tins
matter with his active support, f r we
assure him there is nothing that i'.i 1
more appreciated I y th" e .;;; p.-.p'..-of
M r. J5enj. J. Parkins, n-e 1 7 1 e.,rs.
died at his home, on Smith - t're.-i;. on
the 13th mst. Au old and re-pccte.l
Citi.en gone. He leaves several t itii
dren and many fri--n 1st - r ..!.-: !,.
going. I understand that W. H. S i-.vy.-r. ;
Bayboro, and H. K. Mayhew. of Golds
boro, have formed a copartnership to
carry on the mercantile busme-s m
Bayboro, and that Jno. F. (."ow.-ll and
Dr. F. P. Gates are going in tlie drug
business in the same town.
Our wharf looked quite business-like
on the 20th inst. The schooner Hooper,
of Philadelphia, was tying to the wharf
and a few minutes later the schooner
. D. C. Willis, Dowdy master, was near-
ln? the aart, and before she could
Kaln the steamer Bettie. Capt. Eason.
9teamed in aDd ma de flMt to her whrf.
So you see it looks quite business-like.
; Two schooners, loadad by A. H. Wlm-
, comb with lumber, had just left the
i da.efore or Philadelphia. Weii.it
' 111 dvuiiuuc.? lo ti , j viie iuiij oer
from here if T. H. Hadder continues to
cut lumber at the rate he is -now mak
ing it. Twenty thousand feet is no un
usual day's work for "Short Tom."
with a 30-horse-power engine. The
new mill is getting under way, T. A.
Messic at the saw. II 6 surely nandles
the lever like he understands hi- husi-
Montreal, Quebec. April :20. The
Protestant ministers are protesting
against the bill now before the Quebec
Legislature proposing to place cruci
fixions in all courts of law for the pur
pose 01 strenguiening tne oatns of wit-
. umuoB- ln ministers say it is a serious
- outr the reli iou, corivictl0n,
1 0f Protestants.
t.lr.iiit d trotn Our KmIi.i.i.-. -.
W : 1 : i .1 ' i tt u ' f : A va -1
ot fcrfili.ets have lu en sold in Wil-
son t!i;s year. It ill take many a
bale ol Tlie tteeey apf- to pay tor
what has been hauled away trum
win-ton it:: 1 lie vn'c in
Winston and Salem townships
stood l..".T'. for subscript ion and L't
again-t. Only two unfavorable
otes were cast in Winston. On
Thursday i n l, 1 1 1 sojkc one wired
Col. Andrews i, .-.end on h:-- ;: ,'a
Uurhain .V(i." Tiie court iioijpe
tor Durham, now being designed
by V,. A. l'ugin, a rrh i t oct, will
have a seating capacity for 1. ((((),
and its estimated cost will be !?.",-
opo.oo. '1'lie design jiresents one
of the most convenient court rooms
we have ever seen,
kinston I'ii 1',-i.ss
now lour piisiiuer.- m iail. one
white and t hree colored. 1 lob Lee.
white, for beating hi- wile. Ceo.
.lenkins. for stealing use of horse:
lt;ll Mitchell, for hog stealing, and
.loe.l.ejes, tor luiiinng a mull
driving h;ni into a burning brii-ii-
( '. reen-li. .! o , nrtii Slut, : l'i : e
Were seven competitor- for ;;c
We-' l'o'.n ea.le'-hip Tue-d .
The pi l"o wa- e 1! I led i:V ty
1 )oilglas Settle, soil ol .lildge Settle.
Mr. Settle :s a -tndeiir at New
( ' arden school . Ills pn dicteney
and high guide ol -eiiofir.-ii 1 p
shows we!! for th.r ecc!!e:r :nst:
! ut ;on .
( i teen 1 . i . 'V, A g.-'it ie-
niiin told us Satuiday Muit nioie
I'l'tmi wa- p'.anted I u the time ot
; e.i! til in was ever known heie
ai i. nit -. flat iy as i ' . - in t be s,.,!
Mill, see!..i t.limel'- ale 'iiloligh
planting. ( aids .ire nut tor the
marriage id M:.--.M. Itiuce Moore,
elder daughter of our townsman.
Marcciltis Moore. I!-. . toMr.d. D.
Murhy a j.ro.- peroas young 1 r.c
yer of this town, on Ttnnsdiy
evening. Us:h :::.-.
N"iIiningtc:i ' -r: 1 !., i , -
Cii-nera! ( 'oiifereiu e ot the M. Ii.
('hnrch South, which, met in K:cb
mon.l. A'a.. in May. lsii, onloied
that tiro third Sunday- in' May ot
this year be set apart as Children 's
Day." to be observed throughout
the Church with appropriate ser
vices, and on that day a collection
is to be taken up for the aid t
needy Sunday scV'oN. A pro
gramme for the services ot the day
has been issued.
Charlotte Chronic!' : Mr. (leorge
W. Polk, of L'nion county, died on
the 1 -rh mete, at the residence d'
his son-in-law. in Stanly county.
Mr. Polk was one of the oldest citi-
zens of Union county, being in the
!()th year of his age at, the time fd
his death. The V. M. C A.
building land is progressing slowly.
there beiug a lack of about l.oOb
or 'J.oou. A pleasant surprise
occurred yesterday when the
Sharon Y. Si. C. A., of Mecklen
burg county, sen' a special messen
ger to Charlotte with 11.00. -'A
fellow feeling makes one wondrous
i v., -, ;.. - r w ..
",N-" i.-'o. . .x. ... .in.
tin linished planting corn la.-t 1'ri -
ilav. in plowing over an old Mill- ,
house place he excavated a gallon
pig. the wooden stopper ot whicti ;
tl.ut cl Ullilhed away (town into the
tlllllll 1. 1 1C lllCT WIS tWO-t lillS
,'n ,',.,.i ..,. ; i
1 U il ' ' 1 I'l.lllU, L 11 (l L is l . H i o L
ii ' i i
years o , as no stillmrf h is been
done at that place since the war. '
, , ,. ,- , ,
i.o. in. a.-,. ua- ian.ru .-u "f-.o
flurry ol late and we hear of sev-;
eral cases about town. Ir has even
taken liberties with the medical
,..,',. : , -.,i i.,-i i r--rlf
., t,t ft,' it j ait o i.nu i'i. nriu on
his back. Mr. Charles L. Cortev. ' f.
at a. .ii. . mil H 1 j v. win .
01 Lower ( ieK. was quite sick with g-,-,. i wherever n is cii-uia'.e '.'
pneumonia last week, but is much ..' ime W.Hi n . ).. r ,
better now. 1 I take great pleasure m aekn-.evledg-
r, ., ing the receipt of the adv mee sheets of
larboro Sou Co nvr: 1 he Odd y,,ur new 00l)k. ..y. , lMn, i
Fellows of Tarboro will celebrate have read them with interest and pr-ait
in handsome style the i..th anni- Your plan of uniting adventures with
versarv of the Order which occurs the subjects of natural history is a new
on the'iy.th. Friday night, dur- one to me. but I cat. plainly -ee its great
.. , .. , " . , advantages. eu hav.' made a wonder
ing the storm ot hail and ram, the fnllv jmt.renting a- waii.-a wouder
baru ot ('apt. F. E. Knight, who ' fully useful bo..,k. and I predict that
lives about six miles from this it will be one of your t sucesful
place, was struck by lightning and works ..'e- ' h-
burned to the ground. lie had m p,''l,''' ' l',s' e," r .. . ,
, , - . . iLis.au , X'- ft- . H ii o.ere.,1, a.
it about live hundred barrels ot
com. out aoout unit was saved,
thiuigii it was much damaged from
-moke. 11:- Ios- ls about two thou-
sand dollars. He had insurance on
his bat n and coin to the amount ot'
-..o. It :s believed tiiat lighteh-
a!.-o struck a fodder-
two m the field far off from tiie
bni n were also burned that night.
Wbuiing'rtl Th" FleUei;
llfiil ni-war I I'ii'ufl'ifr was sighted
oil tlie bar ve.-terday afternoon,
and during the evening M. Loeb,
the French Y.ce (,n-;.!. received
a telegram liom ( 'oniniandant
l'.oi'.te! annoanciiig her arrival at
Snp.t liv.'.ie Pei son- interested
in the p!o;ect ol bii.Mihg a railroad
lioni Wilmington to Wrightsville
;u e pu-hi:ig the matter, and there
;s i.o'.c :;ttle doubt ot' the comp'e-
i oi tin- road before anothei
season. We were shown a letter
yesterday liom parties with whom
negotiations had been pending.
expressing a willingness to fultill
their contract and con.-tiuct tin-
road at an eai Iy date.
('hailotte ''(?( '.'. : doe White
and Henry Kowhind. colored, were
yesterday committed to jail in this
city by Esquire KentVo, of Mat
thews Station, upon charge of com-
1 1 i -i i t - ni t 1 1 rniiiiiit fro in T-Ttn i n tr
a flair near that place. These two
men appeared here i.isr aionuay as
witnesses in the trial of Henderson. '
who was sent to jail upon the same
.charge that secured their commit-
-The wind storm of last
r.-i i , 1,, i
, men i
11a,1.. .lol .,1.;,l..,il,l., ,1 rri.
jiuuutti vim i oncinci i.i.vj ..niuagc
throughout the county, so it would
seem from the reports received
yesterday. At Esquire Hilton's
- , g ,111, i
place a largo shed was blown down
and the Esquire's pet cotton pick-
ing machine was smashed to
smithereens. A large tree was
blown down in the vard of Mr. tt.
. ltoid. and in Long (reek and
Lcmley townshijis. fences were
scattered and trees were uprooted,
entailing no stnail loss upon some
01 the fanners.
Eavetteville c : The New
r.enie .IdI'KNAL. td April 1 Hll.
".I'a . o
l.tor iiad -
on .Vpni b; h.
on. c'.i;. ' -. i r
tli,if. t-r o:, !,
a farmer iti th:s -i
r, l.i-r ,' .-.i.fi
none has p.,,
or hav the stoc
VV,,y . , .....
green, and ! her.-
tor cows to g,.-.
ryo wonld rhiy .
place. h,;- placed
orchard.. One b
and tbeutiiei of
; ci .
w I .
l.-ng t.v.!: and
- i ' i i i ' ' " " 1 ' 1 i i i ' 1
A ! c-:es in
ea". a:. ianner.
men: : n; -' :
that -e:'t:oi!. T.e e.
full grown rij e one
Well. F.ivetteviil- . e.
aul'-'-y . ' this i'..a:
:i 1 o ! k t wo j all. -tio-a
lis peae) villo. s
nig o; the early : robb- rv
toe I ;it van et V.
i'he e i rl v cro; i seems to have nil
r. ! 'I
" icle the ! ite is nil
1. s ;ys if !.. rhing hap
caches fivi'ii in nv- out
an .('!:. 1 iinv of line
"-'I1 T" .
'"' Nv''' l;
K t'.. !g
a - "i i,.ni'
, 1 ..
If It ,
s n o;ii Cam
. .v ....... i
I tal ! Ill' e-c lli
of ri.- e o it'll
t'l the boor ot one
i ml l'i ak i n g t heir i
l-:;o!e in the dark- !
tug t .ion - a to 1 .'.tii
-toi in and i j u ; ' e a c c!
t nrougi: Mtddie i t
t!i -o:: ' in ; a j : : ' - :
!o..-. A i
.doiol -, e e . : :
l ' hea-t.
.sii lera ble-
r; ; )
. -y.e ;o.,t eti i
,e'A i,iV!l his
ios d e .
.-he U aIl,.
a- ! -i:-:n
I c : . . : i ,
p . e c. - , ,i -
iio- pi : .'. ' a
ouau; :: oi
v. . : e ,oi n to
I 10 U--- oil
; ; o n 1 1 i
- do Ucs was ;
bh wt -. w;i
a ' . ' r y ot :;.:;! n-i was I
io t 1 . 1 ge 'i.e.- w el e
1 :i "a it i.ani countv-, i
nui ! ' ; i t.s boro. i
t he bc;i ; iiici. i; swept wa- fr
one toi.rtiiio rtlif hall a mile v
and fin- to: CP - great ,-i . Tree.- !
as large a- a i:. air oarre. were
; .'. i.-ied , ntii'ely o;V ,.eai toe ba-e.
leaving -tumps with long fibres.
U 1 1 ' ell 111 1: V . I e 1 - ' I 1 i h,v.. -K t 1, e
. r . . r-1 .. ,. ',
o . - , i e i I . o - ' OT t ill
K i.lgl.t wa- ! lown t()i
1 tile good- scatteied in '
all direction, j,
'yar,;,, jo one
bur t'ne cvcl.-nc
atl(1 e, ;-'eUu nt
-i d gie it : fight
va aint I. and.
Tiie gre;... and good
liuel. Wh it :s s aid of it .
'A" our plan ot c inn ining
b. ok a- ii l.j'.'.ir.ii h.. -'.' ! .'
adventu.-fs wuii cin a:
creatures des -riccl , ..-im .
in ... .s ana
-i::.. i!mo-t like
It i something '
an in-pirat: r. t , m
new and cannot !
to be intenselv
i tie ; e. ,.!. i no hook d'
w ii! r-.-. iv. an u:iu-ai illv
nf- that I h ivc tak -n it
sh(.;ts ij V(,ur" nw bT. ,k. s-., ;H-l
.,,,, J.' i think I ,iv, L-vo read
tumlhr ':,,..!.- : e. too ",.t,K- tit
a ..... .......,'... W...'. . :., ..,
.... .... .i jit, i. h .to
,,m-.,i mi, vviii . eifP hi I '..,-.,.
tv"'a 1 1 -1 u 11 ; r,i a 1 iapi..-,,e l ,-
tensive cin-u!ati..n of rhi, book Its
adventurous feature- w ill attract thou-
sai; J - of r ea ! ers amoLi g ill voting, ami
in p.erusit.g uP br:gia pag- - tney wm
b arn mor..- about natural hbt.-ry un 1
th- w.-nderful things God h i placed in
the sea and on the land , t! ;m th"v wr ufi
I ' i i r - i i i - - rit ii .
. useful bi
ir. ih. : . : i
A N..3..v:,;e : i
r i . : e i 1 1 -.. ii g i v 'a
ci . :t was a.
m.e-dVij . r
m'l n. :.
th i en. .
Accepts Hi" t ab
1 ' 1 :" 1 ' '
C1C..1 l4 1,
i .. " 1.. -.
1 1 1 -o 1 1 1 .
0 r '' 1 b 1
., 0j,M1 u.,.. ,
speai, -r ami pia
He .-". .n .i.
J' ' llt' - ',1,l'r';?- ,
il-T tl Ulilii-Lr-l, S.IP1 lii
tifniiijihttn to i he ( "in isr inn workers of t-
Kaleijli. i ne w i , i -a s , ..j r -.j caarcu wm
, give him up v. i - gret. at.d c-.t .v ;t:i
. out an eiTort t. get him ba He wil.
preach his first -e, m m is P e -m- of the
Second Baptist church "a t:.e "v, vang
pf lh(1 rst Stir. v ):. M ,v ,--.
)ii. X n
S'Veo AV '' ''A' Apni
,j.,mt!. ,...,untv. t!d- s.;.te. i .vrc
!rj,.u is vintu'y.--: :-!.. .iiuii.-i:o
they .prirr- 1- ' . ;- t ' i
Both men g. .r v..i,ei .-
iniukanev.us;y :.:, :. both w. r,
stantlv killed. ' ar.- n b ang
through the temple aal't.v p.
' n bullet in Ids heart.
.. ". :r ;
i irima. f r m":
g lawyer and juri.-l ui N
be i i i : !.:;-. in tiic rj ih rear c:
i i nti.'iial an ct-. niak nig c ven
ere mvi" '") ?!..n'i-.-. .".! 'Jreen-
t " . . . - ! c til : ;v. v
Dr. '.V. S. liitciieil. suruu of tLe
I" irbt Lvui.-iinna 'Jonfedera'-e Jtegiment
during the 1 .lc . a.-, die in N,,-v Or
leans TuChdiiN .
George Bancrou. the Historian, ar
rived at Chattanooga, Tonn. . Weunes-
nay. en route to las h
ton from Xa-div id-.
;-.-. r.ic.,- . ia i..
a:i:i-e r a ::i'.;.-:iiig
iJci.. on Mundrtv nig
c icted r-:--..rt- to r.rur
. 1 1--1:
i. -1 1
watT-r-wor!: -l:r.'-!; 5!;;!'
.-.dvauee '.f -l: r, nts in wag-Tin-
-var ii. New V. II;
margarine ae -rs w:.
il.-i cV- i:
v,rc urr.;igiu i ai
s j,,.,,,, UD u
'ta i...:-.a.a. , f i ,
. aa 1
L -v ;' '
irvighi and p i---ng. r
"dngt- n and :.".:rt:..-rn
pMit IJj.el- ! -i. !. - l
elf. M 1 ;
me:i-':r' - ar t ' i.; t ".!: -.
' t'.-- i-i-iir- piif-c :n- rh : ::,
At the Kn. ::.- 1 1. rv
alone about '.i:!- (. ,v ,. , n
A rectiii ol the liis: tout y . - a :a
-tven s-tory badduig m Pitt-buig. occu
pied by Tate Cv: ilyer-i. coijiiuis.-i .n 'J.. r-
Atlanta. coUi-j'S-. a V..nne.-Juy J.-8
ab.jut SO- 0iih
TherWiil of'C-U.aiiae J
,au i..k , j
of Phila ielpr.ia. bciueat
1 W -
ariou- eharitatue institution;, in mat
city, and taat of Jo-nr. i 1' i, i wr i.ee
given StfO.uu.' .
-Marshal Jsc.-n s
'trsyilio. T'a.. l.t !;isi.;
years- Durin th war -Marshal lb
-r .... .. ii ..
.1 I, it ot ileitis- . . i - i it j 1 1 .vit
men m Penu.-y lvania.
"OiJ Sput." the horcc v.Li-ii ' vh . '
tfilpatriek rode m ins famou- exne.ii- ,
. ' I
u-juouui.ug vae wil ue: . ut I't'cser- ,
town. N. J.. a few day.- ,g... lie iv':s I
:hirtj--three y..arc old
Rel-.-r's tinwate mauuficturm
ii-hiii, nr ca Fr.rl.-io: 1'. i
plant "f the kind in Western p.-.in-yl
vania. was destroved hr - '.V.1
nesjay t ., -:ja
The Uii'l. ClLipi iyi
ihv mei. ciupi ye i ..l v .-n
niml-er-yards. no Nw ton
-truck la-t Monday lor an m
i.Kes, - aud thu p lioe ha
m to -uppress -h
-voout xveavers ,mi
A bout li" 1 wea .,-,.)-
t and ) mills, oi the Ham
Won. at Amesburv. Ma- .truck , ,
Monday on account -i i-saiisf action :
arising from a cluing- ef tnanat-mei.t.
I. airy j.j!iii,.v,ii:. Ui,- bridge jumper,
was arre-t"d at the Itrooklyn bridge
entrance Monday, it having I .-en re
ported that he was to repeal ui-- experi
ment for a large amount ot money.
Justice Duffy afterwards center: 1 h,m
to priton for tiiree mouths
t em pi I 111 til (ai j K .-M. 1 ii 1 1 o i. -
The following resolutions
frum the Statesville Lcudi n ' Mr '
Woutten is a native of -rave. ..ntv.
, , - -, , - " , ,
an 1 hi- partut are riill in-re. us well
as his brothers and sisters. He wa- one
of the "beys in gray" during the late
:tr. Mrs. A cotter, was a Miss J- .-n
a" -.".ir li.-ter city of Willi. met 'r. i
A: a mei ting of th-' v.-stry ot "-'..
LuKt ' parish. St-aford. lu-luwure mi
... Li,..' i it. ,o v. . : -ii'tt'i,: !
lis W .'ill pic'
At tiie becalming :" .-. nv.
year we deem u ii-n:
Ol Us L ri". '.-."A ti. 1.11.-
-I and t ,. -. . a !,.:- '- t n
parish, a" i p t..s.- r i- i
in 1 r.-t-bi.
oi i proper
a c h, i- ; ,
i ,:: :;. th
t v -ar
them to our ro-."ir'!v-v
ieui fi r his won l.-riai .1
... ai and abut, h.m hi... r
the v.-Uj ill c.-rr , . t;g ci
s -t -e '' 1 .. .:
tratious among as. ',y hi
i:..liistry . gi'"at iTJsi
.-.ai .oid !.:; . ben-'voe
di', . he iia- won 1, . 1 .
deuce and ---'eee-. ' ...
U mate regar i
Rc-Sijlct ' i . .7 '"!; . '
..-icy . t'-.t i i .ti
dily ;i. , . irg
tin : , ; r- v
- mcere thanks to Mr-
noble genet iy ... 1 .
arch Witu .
1...:. isotie- -!-,;;,;
'' Almightv ! . ).'.
! ":. Mai::
" t : : i '
Jam r W;,
v. ia.w. Li M iir;
- J AMP'S . .;. e
ban k -cif-'r ing
covorv f mm
' 'thi.Y 1- -t
3- P Ilei.eoi
I :. H. 1" V t.f
.- -' H. s;7-;. ,
i,l-i' i ih', . V : : 1 1 1 '.
Mr Wo.nten 'w,,l m..v
Tei'.n.. 'J0i.ii of M.iy h -a an
call lo the rector -hi; ; :
, h e.rch. of licit 1 ! ce
I.... : v' ' tiMt i'A l.XKl.l.ITJt-.
J. . y -r 1 1 Mr. Gladstone .
.ke .d (h- . ;tin. r gu en by the Eighty
i'1 t!.;s evi r:in;r. Ilo said he had
r erin .-t oned a uspicion that the:
'!l::-s ::soci,iled themselvep with,
:ir.f. ::; ! liis ..filcia! knowledge was
ic-'-e .j ;r. .. ! ;s that '.f Iord Har-
::gten ;i hoped tl. liberal-unionists ,
h i 1 ni-i-rajiied from voting on the
'on-1 r. i i:iif of tlie crimes bill wonld 1
tmiaf-ly tally against coercion. Iti
; oii.r.y uiiti ue that lie had tried to
::"e .a.- i.ion.s'.s to work with the
r-tni" liberals for nartv nurnosos
: o i t
i toe Irisli oueHtion, but had ;
d :n hi-- endeavor. Hut bitterest of
:: i!..- -ji.t of iibcrals supporting t
col-!'-i... bill, ile la ietly criticised 1
pai p.. ... of alleged necessity of the
and said mat the .uestion
",), a t.- r-frrr.-d t' t!;c judgment of
!h jrxt :!(. lie Mid not wish an early
dirsuimior, of Parliament, but they
mu-t arouse rellection on the part of i
th- eiecteis. and he believed a dissolu- .
. :. would produce that effect. j
nui: rorn anp the knights.
1'AP.is. April 10. The Cnirers says'
in" decision of the holy ofhco on the j
X.-iigiits of Labor question, given to i
Cardinal Gibbons before his departure
ir-.m Koine, wa nil tnuorctir, signify
ing that, in view of the representations
made by the Cardinal in hid memorial
' n the huV. ject iher was no occasion!
1 : iii:-n nl :on - n f,.- ,,;irt of the
c : : i :- j i
.'. poi...:i d bri-. I oi. ile- Washington
' .'.iver-hy v. ill bo given to Bishop
K"!ii:i' of Richmond. Va , tomorrow.
Ttii: am;. rah- i-ok.-i's korTitn.
:i:e Afghan .-ommander 'who waeent i
by the Ameer with a 'orce of 5,000 men j
: all .cl; to'1 ( . h: :r. us. wa..-;. met and
i o 1 1 '. 1 -oa'.h of Gimzni by tin- rebels.
The Khan f Dhir lias rebelled against j
.iiie.-j. lie ims ?uLai..iieu ami iif - i
ieaced the Khan of Hodshors. and cap-!
tared one of the latter villages and a !
i'oi.Li.v oi oreecu-ioaning rines. i
i sT FI'.o.M TUT TA-MANIA. I
I . N'i . n. April iy The captain, two1
hCeis twenty-two Lascar stoker i
w.-re iir.cvri";! from tie- wrecked steam
-ii!., "i'a-ma.'iia Tie- r.-maiinler of the
;. v.- ana to- I 'is---tu', rs ,re all he-
'c-Ved to be ..f
or. a i a t kkixst ted.
: ." -n Al'id is '"lie features of
T.'-r in t.ii.i.tht "-j t.rocerdings of the
:(..n,.. ..f 'i:ii.,tn were the govern
a a.' - r, I i-d to revoke the suspen--:
"i t M ' II, al the .igr'Tment of the
;! in ' I" 'I,., neeond reading of thr
eiv;on nil! . and Mi t'arnell s etate-ite-r.
'ear'ictf'rii'iiig as a forgery the
- 'Tii ;i f t r , lei T e. 1 in Hire in l ),o 7Vuj . v '
tl.i.- moaning The Jlealy incident w:is
'cr-.agnt up t.y Mr Sexton, who asked
whether the government would consent
to rescind vhe suspension of Mr. lealy,
n i Mr V II. -'-ruth, first lord of the
tr. c-'iry replied that it wonld be utter
ly out the question, when no apology
had b-et) given, to rescind the suspeu-
- Hj. Sevcn. i-iontiiiuinc -id fluit in
tio Biisen.c" 1 hMr. Healy he was au-
thorized for liim to sav if Major Sann
....... .. ; . l. .1 -i : i
. i - i ,, i ,
to which Mr. Healy r language was in
reply. Mr. Healy would withdraw the
excresions deemed by the House ofTen-
-;v... 1 !e than moved that Ml Healy
I heard at the bar of the House..
Tii" Speaker declared that that could
r.ot be dune, and Mr. Sexton thereupon
asKe'l J inr ssiinnersnn to wittirtraw.
in-. aMs.-rtions regarding Mr. Haly, and
which had exasperated him into mak-
"h-T t he responses for which he wa sus-
M tjt.r caunderson remaining silent.
Mr (,iadstont- put to him direct the
.piestion v. hetlier he was preDared to
rcn n ue ) louse anj- assistance by
ih" " nhd rawal of his offensive expres-sont-.
Th. ;"ionservativeh cried out!
' Xo' ' "llnn't"' Don't!"
.'i ,j i iviiinderson then arose and said
he had never alluded to Mr. 1 lealy '
direct!;, or indirectly, because he had 1
i"lt as regards Mr. Healy. that he was'
luabl- to sub-tantiate the charges so as
Prii;.,' conviction to the minds of
m-aiilier- th.- II.iie. 'Cries of
'ii"ir' ' tle-u' Th" ruatter was;
tr pee i
i tiiA r lc ::nti:N' !'i. ;
''. i i:i.-i l ie . Apri! Ji'. Six of the !
n-.e't arrested for complicity in the plot'
t-t ii- -ism nate the Czar, which was to'
-cee carried out on the llith of i
!! hav" been sentenced to death. 1
Th- other conspirators have been sen-i-!H'.'il
to imprisonment for life.
The ohc; at Kic li and idessa have i
: -t-oveied plots to kill the Czar by I
U-, ing -ip the imperial train in the
ver.t .f th" ' :r't. visiting Southern!
"!-'.o- i a: si;i.i,;.i. mii.itaia sl. kets.
Is :: n, April -IU An Irish non-com-!
;i,:-sioiied otiicer of artillery, who had
for -mill- lime been em ploy ed in a con-
:i l.-ntiai capacity in the ordnance office
at the V..nl ich Arsenal, has been de-
grad-'d in rank aud dismissed from his
IMM1!t'"" ''"'nt trial, on a charge of J
1 1 a v a i g
old secrets of the ollico. A
iinpbce I is.- also been dis-
i nr. i in sap ,:.vn .ikweLS.
I'M.:- .iril go. ihe exhibition oil
etv h crown j.-v. ols v as opened in j
uv re. The induce was thronged
tor., mainly ladies. Orders I
i:i'-r!"ii. especial I- from the j
- . ; nip-,: st.it. - Senators, indi- .
'"'' proir.l.le destination of the '
. r p n t ol tie (, ivel.-. I
i.o p. Tin: i;. 'Yap i-AMihv c-r -HitMA. :
- i .N April "JO A dispatch from j
... t tne Sciiiuard sin s that the
: a. et h. oar. ilea from her'
.:. :. iii;g. Jiii.'ih. a.-.d returned to1
.mi., in Jiussia. Political and!
tic d.!T. reucer are the grounc
1 -epai :it. mi
i: i.'.i'i at- : in- ukuki..-
.'tpril C. Advices from
in- that a battle ha.- taken
r : 1 e.-ii tie- Ameer -t
ti.-oh.i and the i ebc-l
, ,., - ;, ,s- w, :t- oft v ar'd
il -A u-,,
e i ttl a w 1 mil it
h t ir.-iuaii and ,
v Tich paper had
'i.1 iie r.itams. :
r onia.nii- '. -t tie- . tin;, ,s it or- ir.
hav ' ad : r .a iulcnt r..-turns :
..11. c,:,; ,f fla ir compositi m
a. u-,-.', he h v. ere knowing
' p'c 1 bv tie f i, man and entered
.'.' 1 i. iy p., utioii account. H
:. ' lit- Uc- paper wa- -bdrauded out
; east - 5' 1 .-. v.-oi k
. trail was di-ciered by means:
1 an-. itvtt ais letter to the manager
;o paper i iie six compositors were ,
:i if.fi.rr- .1 poli'.-e magistrate today
;h'"-i.'! guilty. Pitt at the man
- n ;pi ; .-entericc was suspended. ,
ir--!-: '.:!.! . '-, several
:' -,.' o .... i ' a 1'. ebideut.
- x. i k : -. ..a recently quoted
; ' W "e in. as speaking
i . ' r:i. - t i 'rosi lent rlcv-lo'n-fil
I ;ragg h is promptly de-
l lif ,', j,-,u ,,,,, :is a fals-eliood.
- " I te, in complete sympathy
.'" ' el-n.d'n personal adminin-
' 1 1 d" n.-.t believe it could be
' -i"-c !" lion.'-ty of .urpose
i he.-. . ' t t rm i.'ii'ii exocu-
" ' -e ' ! ''' p'p.etmnent in the
' if ui government
' i;.j- 1 :J I '' h ,- Pe.-n hy whim-
;'-; v. !'e-;....la! ions aii,i Pv an
" ' I. .'. .! .miuittee of his own nialud. Attentive eeryante. Table sup
it -.vers.. ; ; o j : v.-oi i h f -ss . he plied with the best the country affords,
ip.'.i-di' tl wonders in the rehab- Terms reasonable. Apply to
f the democratic organization Mrs. A. J. .SCARBOROUGH,
-tun ..f jr. o.l government ' Trenton. .Tones county. N. (.'. dw
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Thli powder nerer varies. A marvel of
purity, Btrenirth, and wholeaomeaee. Mot
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold In competition with the mnltltnde
of low tost, short weight, alnm or phosphate
powders. Bold only m oana. Rotal Bakik
Powdsb Oo.. 106 Wall-st.. E. Y. novlS-lrdw
For pale in Nowbern by Alex. Miller.
RED LIGHT SALOOH,
Near Market Dock, Middle St-,
NEW BERNE, N. C,
WHfcRK V CAN ALWAYS kink
nr - . .
f e y va",ety or email
uantu.es. AUo the FINESTGRADES
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
ah r.t r,iu .sn i u
CHEAP FOR CASH !
, John f Dinkins. Haleshian
, F. WHITMAN,
Take Notice !
Our store is rilled with
Provisions, Orooeriofj, Ctutnrd
Oootls, Iry Woods, Crockery,
Etc. We keep a full line of tno
Celebrated Prison Boots and
G. S. Parsons& Sons1 Boots
and Shoes. b
Every pair warranted to giveti- '
Country merchants and the people'
generally are requested to call and ex
amine our large stock before purchas
ing. We will gire you low figures.
We job Lorillard Snuff.
ROBERTS & BHO.,
South Front at. . New Berne, N. O
K. O. K. LOI)(xE,
IJelow I-xpress OfTIce.
Wholesale and Hetail Dealer in
P U ( I P C CAMIIV nRnPERIEQ
AGGISG AM TIKS, Ktc.
Consignments of (train. Cotton and
other Produce solicited.
Prompt Attention (inn ran teed.
w. 'or. South Front and MiddleSt"
NKW KKRNE, N. C.
KASTERS NilliTH CARULIJIA
NEW HEHMK. .. L.
Anil nil kinds lira vp and Hulldlng work Id
Orders will receive prompt attention
JOE IL. WILLIS, Proprietor
iui .TiB.ti to Uvorge W. Claypoole)
Oor. HROAD AD CRAVEN 8U.X
NKW BERNE, N. C
O. K. Mii.leh is my authorized agen
Private Boarding House
l' lil'XTON, N. V.
lvooms comfortable and well fur-
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