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KETJSE & TRENT RIVEP
Will raa tta fcJtlowlai 8oHJ on tin aru
, WUl ! r Ww Bra for Trenton vurr
IW4Mad7 t bb.. rlarnlB. vtll
Tiwliit wary Thundsr, tooehloc t :1
VTlTl HW Bnu for KliMton on Tuei- ,
41 wt rrtdya t 12 o'clock, it. Betura
teg. wnl wt Klnatoa on Monday nil ,
Tbur4r agBUnntnc until Jna 1st. at i
wbic tin ackdar will b m1 u
wiixkI tnxi'ri nf rrillm i i Pot
wUcwwtU bflTen of th eba. '
J.'7. DtSOeWAT t Swtrm. j
:" w. r. trun, XlMtaw.
d. a. XAjEkv.rwiwkxTu:.
L T. WHJKUr. AfwfttatTrvstoa.
J. T. OOTirraLT, Jolly 01dnld.
J. B. lUO, Qnk Brides
j. h. mrrx,oviMjjier.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH.
The Fast Freight Line
(Wrjr. Ettn rth Carolina
rmlmta. mm IToreJk, Bltlnir.
rktUaVolvkU. w Tnk.lMUa,
B. wta llnkllk City. N. C.
OommanelBC A.FBIL 1. th, 1AT. the Steam
er KAGLK T and VSSPKR will run on reu
lr eaodoio Urn, lxrlu wtroe every
SUNDAY. TTESbAT, WtBHKSOAV nd
r'tUBJkT t riVE P.M.. lor Ellneeth ( ny.
d re tarn on thMllo.w4iis days.
Tbeee tamer. lrn onQMlon wiib tne
AtUtnUf IN. CH K.. SorfoUr Southern K
K.. New Tork. Pnlla. an4 NorloJlc K. R.. au,i
taw Pnrtvtv. a . form a rvJIabto end
rewviai ilno otfariac aapveior tealUttea for
- Ww-tra wra-eaatpt at EUaabatk City, at
kica aotnt lielfb wUi b ioawodoa aaia tu
DUw aJ kowow to bo aanopod rta Eaatern
' fawoilmav Inaaaagb eVaUy aa totlnni from
Norfolk b? If. 8. K. It; Baltrv by P. -W.
IK S. ProaMent BC Stattoa: Fnila. by
rutoeylraala K. Dock sc. maUoat; New
York by Pacta. A R-. Pter 3T. ItwrtA Klvf r:
Woe-kWaw and aVoatoa iy New York and
Now Jsnclaod B. R.
Rowoaa low and time qnlckar thaa uy :i v
Aa kddilUooal boat will be put on ihi
row has early aa practlile, a ad eechehnp
arrsakod for foar trtpa each week.
GEO. HKNDERSON. Afnt.
fbbardw Nnrbtrne. .N. C.
til BDMIY10I STElMSfiiP C9MP1NY
Oke ftwailalM Steanablp Co,
'm OM aatM Pm-rortt Wlr
Roate. Tta Albemarle aiad
Xerfelk. BaJtiaaore, 5lew Yerk. Phil- ;
alebaaila. oasoau PrTl4a.
Aod kll points, North, East and Wwt.
On and after FRIDAY. FK 3 iC A K V ,2i. j
aatil nutbor aoUee, tae
SUiatri :JLjt Joti ud Pialko
will sail from NOR VLK, Vv, erory JtoN- ,
1AI, W&DS E3DA Y and YRXilAV.at MIX !
A.M. tor NKW BKH.nl, via Waanlnglon.
in Ink finer, mnnrrrlnn with ttie Hteeiocr
ukBel.er. hWH.B.Cu.. !r Kioetoit Tren
low, ert4VwU wlher laadiuf oa the Ntvue
a4 iTeat KlVena,
trwUgr.. wtll sail from si: bbkm
erery MONDAY, KBXHA1 and F Ki
ll a, X THRJCK P. at., for NOWOI.K direct,
aaakrnc tonaMUon wub the O. : n. s, Co.'
-atbtper for Now York. B. H. r Co.'a steamers
toe HwiWasera. Clyne Line Sntr r Ititta
delpaila, aod at AM. T. C. snips for Km
toa anat Prorldeaco
r an tlrin( effort to please oor putrom.
and our ai moat perfec(ervlce for toe yet
t weTve y ea ra. le the txet gnarantee we can
offer all atilyoers ae lo wkai we will dn inr
tbem in the future.
Order ail foorfa rare nf o P. H. . Oo.. .ir-
la aot raoelrert for antpneut after
IT aMar. oil aalltnc days.
Paasencera will And a good table, mrafort
aiwa rooati, aad every ooarteey and utrn
t tua will be paid tbem by the officers.
E. B. ROBERTS, Agent
MIWU. tTLPEPFER TtTR.VER.
Agents. .Norfolk. Vs.
vr n- STA?roRi.
O. t. jfc P. Agt., New York City.
llydo Liac Company.
NEW BEK5E, JT. C. ATRtncs. 1V
MlTMVkK SCHEDULE OF THE 8 T K Si K R
Togo into street on and after May 1st. irvr.
Wadneed&y Lea re New Berne at SKVK.S
A.M.Ar Bayboro, stopping at Adams Creek,
suDlibs Crook, Vaademere and Stonewall.
Tbarsdmy Leave Bay boro al stEVKM A.M.
for Mow Ooiiuo. stopping at Stonewall. Vande
mere.Bmlths Creek and Adams Creek.
.tsUudST tesTS New Berne at SKVKN
A.M. Mrvslayaoro, stopping at Adams Creek.
HaalthaOeek, Vandemere and Stone wall.
Mooday Learo Bay boro at 8KVEN A. M
for Now Berne, stooolag al Htonewall. Vaa
demere. Ssnllha Creak and Adams Creek.
&T tsM arrantrement we are able to make
eloaa coo iter How, wlta the Northern stoamers.
also aawlaccood aeeomnaodatlooa both lot
paseBsrsad.frf tgbtat very low rates, and
aak tbo mswbaato aod producers along Its
Itsvb be tiwoH shotrefaoorfnl support. Preigut
reeaivod a Oder oover every day of the wk.
Vot fartsor Information enqnlre at the
eaaro, foot oC Crayon street.
Or any of tta agenas at the following p!
ABB LSE. Adama Creek.
M. UMcOOSIGAL. UmttbsCrvrk
U. H, ABBOTT. VsadooMie,
C, H. roWLER, Stonewall.
KOVUS COWJtLL. Bay born,
apitdw W. P. BORB.LS, O -M.
' s- ,-r-
'"iLt AT TBB ;
Kew Berne Fnrnitiire Store, j
WEST SIDE MIDDLE STREET,' !
Whra it can bo found in great variety.
Furniture not is stock will be ordered
at a small per cent bor coet .
X liberal ahaire of public patronage
J. M. HINES,
J. J. TOLSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Choice Groceries and
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes!
NEW BERNE, N. C.
(wTttoods fuavraated as represent.! .
ocl9 d3t wit
Prepare forjhe Season
(Will freexa cream soli 1 in rrc minute
' Wire Dish Covers,
Wire Window Cloth,
And a Full Line of
House FgrnfehiTig Goods,
L. H. CUTLER'S,
26 & 28 Middle Street,
NEW BEB3U2. C.
-re 1 jar -c! '"a ; . .
! yHAT KILLS
! Past Llrnr-Un-klm Eaitnc -Ifira DrtaU
mm Peer SleelB Mecll Jaleu
PallllraJ AmbHiea T islcal t'aialeae
Tk Race fr lloaer.
Th( alarming tli.at1 of th'w
, country w norvou? ciet m! : t ' hi . i
1 prostration. It go3 undci
many n;un-M l.-.u it : !!
tiallv tin- vim. (!iip!:iiiir.
H(XspitaU ;ik-I private institu
tions t"'r r.rtvinN patent ar-cn"u-(lf(
I. Th.' avcra'' t lit'
in the I'tiittMl Stat.-; i !
(.'feasiii'' p itv '':U'. Siiildt'ii
' deaths from n rvou-
t araonLT "ur r , ' i -1 1 1 - - .
: i r
ronal and p;u m n
frequent a. scarr.'lv t
rPTJiflrk. The tiiajority
parent reason, or uin
"ileprc ion ot spirit-, are
really piiniUctl lv lwrvonn
prostration, vhi. li i-. a fruitful
source of insanity and crime
with all their r;-f and hoiTOi".
These fa are tartling.
Tliey threaten the very life of
the nation. They nail the
sjirings of it i.T and pro
peritv. The w r. . k manhood -
strenrth and w. inan
nefs and leautv.
Every one .-dnm!d know the
oau3e. What ale they f The
answer is ea-v and terribly
plain: Our i.iou- pei-"nal
habit ; our esre'.e and lawless
eating and drin !- : the in-tt-nse
mental an I ph . al rain
arisics from our mad rave after
money, position and inmienee;
the fears and trugles t,t pov
erty; the of naivuties ami
stimulants; our fashion of
turning day into niudit and
night into day: and, briefly,
our desperate willingness to
pay any priee for an hour's
pleasure or suci-ess. So we
burn life's ca:nl!e at lnith ends
and fill the lunatic asylums
and the graveyards.
The diea" from which we
suffer and die is, in plain Eng
lish, Xe !('. I i.ij:iu, as it
is seated in the X,ir and in
the organs .:' I ):gestion, Assini
ilation and Xutritit-n. Healthy
digestion Ix tn
unpei in i or ties-
troyed, the whole Ih1v, nerves,
included, is litcraJb starred ;
even when there Is no emaci
ation to tell the sad story.
Nervous prostration Pends
out its warnings: headache
in the morning; a eiistcnt
dull heaviness or aching at the
aseof the brain ; wakefulness ;
loss of appetite and disgust with
food; loss of mental energy and
interest in ordinary duties and
business; restlessness and anx
iety without any assignable
reason; eructations ; bad
breath ; foul mucous ou the
teeth; occasional giddiness;
palpitation of the heart; eal
lowness of the skin ; coated
tongue and gradual failure of
strength and ambition.
The remedy is a total aban
donment of the habits and cus
toms which caue the tlisea.se
in each indiv idual ease, and the
use of :..(, -t of Hoot t
(Seiffel's wup) to cure the
misehiej Mn-ai.iy aone. i nis
ehie jdn-ady done. lh
great remedy, prepared by the
Shaker Connnunitv of Mt. Lel
anon, N. Y., is especially adapt
ed to eradicate Neivoiis Dys
pepsia. To do this it act9
directly and gently but power
fully upon the disordered stom
ach, liver and kidney, restor
ing their tone and vigor, pro
moting the secretion of bile, ex
pelling waste luattei-s from the
system, and puntving the blood.
Upon tin- nervous system
Shaker K ct rn 7(S-igrTs Syrup)
acts as a safe and wholesome
anodvne without the slightest
narcotic effect, and then leaves
the nerves to regain their nat
ural tone and strength through
its wonderful influence upon
the function of nutrition.
It is safe to sav more nerv
ous dyspeptics have been re
stored by ir Iroin the depths
of misery to a fresh enjoyment
of life and labor than by any
or all other forms of treatment
Grass and Clover Seeds.
Seed Gram ad Potatoes.
Garden and Flower Seeds.
Vegetable L Flowering Plants
Prices quoted on
Corr: -on. iron
T.W.WOOD & SONS,
NO. tO S. FOURTEENTH ST.
Ksntiea tais paper. RiniMoo.
fJOORE COUNTY GRIT"
1" Mal-as ia Ua WarU far Table tHa.l.
Siapwlrf mm mmt linia. Avail for pr-.c
frum Con Killa. Vfft 4 C4.r Knurl u M
"- w r tor Kaalara, Botlara, Saw
Mills, Cotfoo KlM, PUsra. hata(. PalUrt i
.aa far Hollrr.Vflll OviSt h..-t ., Hj .... ; ,
fr t& auliar ia arfrr barrel ef ar ak'.
WriLt trail ac what ,a waat aaa una , w-iah w , .a
nknuu. 4draa. North iarellaa Mlll-
IH a., Pwkw. JIjc O , M C.
EDUCATE! EDUCATE !
What Better Can Be Done For
E. T. BONNER,
Miss E. O. LanqsTon,
,'inie in, LIT.
Tbe Spring Session will close
ana tuition niCKlersie.
are charged from time eutrtnei
of ae salon . Jfo deduction urn t in
, cases of protracted Illness.
r or runner informs: ion apply to
NEW BERNE. N. C. Jl'NK
A ("ai'.ur ' Tarn you M
Si: down, shipmate. Itere, off Nan
I was the captain of the Abel li jnn
That stormy night the Mary Lee wa.--loet
Her captain ' name was William Henry
A gallant and a careful skipper, too.
I saw the ship weih anchor and leave
And bear away across the heaving
Far out at sea she 8tiKd . the Mary I.ee,
A whaler-rigged and from this har
With all sail spread for the cold North
A good ship aye, and timbers staunch
Bat that was more than twenty
And old Nantucket town
rrnu th distant billows risinir slow,
The topmast of the good ship Mary
Aye ' aye ' that little
The skipper "a wife-
fast she e
Brown as an autumn oak-leaf
The morning that the Mary
a wav .
comes here every morning
j that elasa
.She's not in her right mind, twixt
you and me ,
. And while the snipe come in. the pooT
Stands watching for the bonny Mary
The lii'Ht annual meeting ci The
.later-State Farmers' Snmmer Kn
campment will assemble at the
i Encampment Grounds, at Spartan
j barg, Suth Carolina, at 8 o'clock
a. m.. Taesday, August L'nd, 1SS7,
I and continue until Saturday, Au
gust tit li.
This Inter state Farmers' Fn
1 camnment is the result of the com
bined efforts of the friends of
Agriculture, in all its departments,
to till a want long felt by those
; most heartily interested in the
i material progress of our Southern
States. It is under the auspices of
I the Patrons of Husbandry of Ala
bama, Teunes-see, Georgia, North
Carolina and South Carolina.
The prime object of this Exhibi
tion is, that the producing classes
' all over the country may meet
annually in friendly rivalry and
competition, for the purpose of di$
j playing what each has wrough dur
) nig the year. Such gatherings are
! highly benelicial, not only because
! they afford to all an opportunity of
j beholding what has been done, bat
' rather because it is amid such sur
j rounding8 that tbe flagging ener
I gies and drooping aspirations of
the multitudes are quietened into
activity, and they return to the
qniet of farm and shop determined
to equal, and, if possible, surpass
the triumphs they have witnessed.
Several of the Inter state Encamp-
ment.s are, and have ben for years
in the most successful operation in
other parts of the United States,
at which there attended annually
j hundreds of thousands of visitors
j from all the various occupations of
j life. They go away benefitted, and
for this purpose mainly was this
The location of The Encampment
is central and easily accessible
I from every coanty in the States
i above-mentioned. It is directly on
j the line of the Atlanta and Char-
lotte Division of the Richmond and
j Danville Kailroad, with direct con
j nectionB at Spartanburg (one mile
! from grounds) with Charleston and
j the Sea Coast, Aogusta and the
; South, Atlanta and the Sonth
i West and West, Asheville and the
North-west aad West, and Char
i lotte and all points beyond to the
I East. North and North-East Is
lies at the foot of and in clear view
of the Blue Ridge Moan tains.
The city of Spartanburg, S. C.,
was chosen bv the committee
charged with the selection of a
i location on account of the many
'advantages and facilities afforded
to such a grand enterprise.
1st. The Railroad facilities of the
, location at Spartanburg are unsnr-
passed lor easy and spedy
; access from every part of the whole
2nd. The city is the first and on-
j ly one of any importance directly
in the Piedmont region and having
j direct and short Kailroad line
across the Blue Ridge Mountains
into East Tennessee, Western
North Carolina, and beyond to the
I great West.
' 3rd. It is in the direct line of all
summer travel from the low
'counties of Sooth Carolina and
Georgia, and from Florida, to
i the mountain resorts of Western
4th. The health of the city and
county of Spartanburg is unsur
passed by any locality in the whole
5th. It is also easily accessible
to the celebrated health resort, ol
Glenn Springs; lesides many
resorts of minor importance within
ith. The whole city and county
is alive to any and every enterprise
that looks to the upbuilding of the
South ami the bettering of the
condition of the Agricultural anil
The grounds are thirty acres m
extent, facing the Railroad, where
there will be double side tracks with
handsome and convenient depots.
Water will be abundantly suppiied
from wells and from the city water
works. Streets and Avenues sur
roand and intersect the grounds at
There has leen a mammoth
Pavilion erected near the centre of
the grounds, in which public ad
dresses will be delivered by promi
nent Agriculturists at various hours
in the day and evening. One of
the states above named is now
erecting a handsome and commodi-
: ous structure for the exhibition of
, na resources, u De unaer tne man-1
: agement of the State Department
1 ot Agriculture. The other four
States will, in all probability,
make provision at the next session
ot their respective Legislatures for!
the erection of similar State build-j
lugs. Every effort is being put
forth by the management to give '
the occasion everv nossible con
venience and facility lor the sue
cessful accomplishment of the En
campment's object and aim.
Many persons will erect small
plank tents on the grounds for
permanent use; many others will
bring cloth tents, quilts and
blankets with them, while the man-
agement will endeavor to have a
Bufhcient number besides, so that
all visitors desiring to do so can
"camp out'' on the grounds.
There will be, however, abund
ant Hotel accommoditions at
Spartanburg, one mile awny, at
very reasonable rates, mr those
who i'teier Hotel quarters.
There will be an adequate num
ber of eating houses ami restaur
ant s , .n t he Cror.inl.s to iici'ommn
date .ill visitor, ami charges lot
meals and lodg;iitj be exceed
Arrangements will be made with
all the ll.ulroads to get excursion
rates I'm visitors !o cover the en
tire time the Kncumpment remains
in se.ssimi. A Lm special transpor
tation rates on Machine iy. Agricul
tural Implements and all other
exhibits, will be secured, from the
'various lines, so that Manufac
turers and Producers all over the
conniiv will be eiiableu to exhibit
irodncts .r, ,i verv -.m.ill
The expenses ol (lie Llicimp-
men: will In' met b K-vviiig mod
erate charges en ehibitor lor
I space, and also ny cnarging e.iiuig
houses, restaurants. Cvc, k
nrivilei'es. There will be i
mission lees to the glolllllls
for all sales ol articles on exhibit,
or for orders t dUen b exhibitors,
there will be a small commission
Agricultural and S. lentnic ad
dresses, by prominent Farmers,
Scientists and Statesmen, will be
delivered each and every day
the Encampment remains o, scs
Xtici)njit' nun in iuiil ti
e.yti'riall invitcl to ! ))'sint, tavl
to them trill In e.rtrmi"! nil t,c
courtesies and convenient rv nt tin
command of the manatjers.
We hereby call upon all Mann
facturersof Agricultural and Do
mestic MachiiMT and Implements
ot every description, and lbeedeis
of Fine Stock, to make a note of
this Exhibition, at .1 be present.
Members ot the tidei ol Fattens
of Husbandry, of Ax ieul; ural
Societies, of Farmers." Clubs, with
their families and li lends, are
earnestly solicited m be piesmt,
and to take euilyand deU-iunued
steps to display the piouucts oi
their farms, and dame
pastures, then poultry
cattle pens, ,Vc, c. and to assist 10llIHj tlaxseed, bread and milk,
in every way possible to advance : t.ad and molasses, etc., etc., etc.
the iuteiests of Agriculture, and to j -pi1(.ie wero other things recom mend
give to the Order of Partners" a L((lut as the boils were all in.a
proud prominence in t he displ iv at ,.i.lst..r I i,adtoti one thing at a
this, work must
without delay .
i 11 ol .
AniHSemeiits iii the way ol music
by bands, base ball, military par
ades and reviews, bicvch- races,
tournaments, legitimate scenic
shows, balloon 'ascensions. .c. v., ;
will be provided.
There will be strict police regula I
ttons to govern the conduct ol all j
persons while on the grounds, and !
volations will be severely puuisti
ed. Local rules and regulations
will be posted throughout the
grounds for the information and
guidance of all.
E-vsy and speedy access from the
city ot Spartanburg to the grounds
(one mile awayj will be possible
either m regular lines of omni
ba.ses, hacks and carriages; or by
passenger t rains running at short
interval, from the depot in the
city to the Encampment depot.
The managers anticipate that the
display of farm anil domestic ma
chinery and implements, agricul
tural and horticultural products,
and fine stock and poultry,
will be superior to any exhi
bition ever held in the Southern
Prominent members of theO.der
of Patrons of Husbandry, from all
parts of the Fnited States, leading
Agriculturists, eminent Statesmen,
and Governois of States, will be iu
Remember that iio ai missn.n f
is charged to the cji ound. r t irit
nisi any of the ft attire x rc advertise.
It is specially desired that local
ities in every portion of the South
which have mineral deposits, such
as coal, iron, gold, silver, mica,
soapstone, limestone, inanganee,
Ac, S:c., c. send large and varied
specimens to this exhibition. Let
there be geological sut eys made of
snch localities, and maps, showing
details of deposits, outcropping, c.
Remember, it is expected that
Capitalists from the money centres
ofthecounti v w ill be present, for
the purpose of making investments
in these industries.
There will be State and National
exhibits of tbe processes ot fish
culture, by means of the incubators.
Also, Sorghum mills and evapora
tors will show the advantages ol
these crops to oiir Southern farm
ers. Besides, many ot her practical
tests and displays of a similar
character will be given.
1; is suggested that ibis Inter
State Farmers' Summer Encamp!
ment is a great lieid for the suc
cessful operations of emigration
agencies, land improvement com
panies, canal and water power
companies, railroad lines, mining
and manufacturing schemes, to ad
vertise their various 'advantages.
In view of all the above tacts,
and to the cud that our glorious
South-laud may make" still greater
advance towards the head of the
column of progress and develop
ment, now so phenomiual to the
whole civilized World, we call upon
every State, Territory, steamship,
land impiovemenr. mining,
manufacturing company , agti
eultural societies, granges,
cities, towns, and eommuni-,
ties, families and individuals, to
send to the Interstate Farmers'
Summer Encampment, at Spartan
burg, S. ( ., a line of Agricultural.
Horticultural, Manufacturing and
Mineral samples and displays, and
with such exhibit send a lire iiimi
who can ci re f h t
people all desired
Fvery person reading this pros
pect will please give the subject
matter his early attention: or, if
not sufficiently interested, please
pass it over to the proper person
1 .Pt -ill Arl.ihila I in I. irir J r.l.i.1 nn.l
arranged bv Mondav noon, August
j 1st, so that everything will be in
!nr,w !,,- r,,,..i,,n.' i, .- .a- ,i,
J 'or an v i tu t her in toi m at ion. ad
II. Cahi.i.si.i-:. Si .
To teach a youth to bear what is
disagreeable and irksome without
complaint may at first sight seem
at variance with the svmnathetie
attitude, but in truth it is only real
sympathy projected forward into
the child's maturer years. That
a rlection which shields him from
every rough wind, which listens to
every complaint and t.-movi s its
source, which resents with indigna
tion everv supposed aiiron, or m-
liim. ;s a weak and
one, h ii li, for the
sake of the present grat i licat ion
and ease of its object, wrecks his
future prospects by depriving him
of the elements of manliness.
Bill )e on Humor. I
am itist (laving a uiirhlv humor-
nil- experience with boils. To
others this announcement will come
with no element of sadnesn, per
haps, but to me it brings a thrill of
the keenest niul most poignant an
guish. A man might go all over a
whole county and not tmd a n ; hing
mo; c poignant t ban t hese bo. Is seem
Tiieie ;ue seven m these little
b'.ossotus. and they hang in a ripe
cluster on the back of my neck,
about two luches below what the
phrenologists call love of home.
I had never brought out a boil
until last week, though 1 have led
a ver checkered life, but on Thurs
day morning I awoke to liud my
self the patent of seven cunning
btlle i ed-headed boils about the
s., e ol a pumpkin seed.
l'!ie are small, but, oh. how rest
less they are, and how they struggle
wit h eacli ot hei for supremacy 1
People who live he i e say boils
aie a ie-ult of the climate. The
air hcie is especially calculated to
bring about anything iu the line of
of latent humor. A man who had
been tunning a humorous weekly
paper in the far West came here,
and in two weeks he broke out so
that his friends had to do. him up in
a poultice sevendeet long.
1 am not doing much for these
bolls, because 1 want to teach them
to be self-reliant and depend upon
themselves. Due of them was a
puny little ihiug at. hist, and 1
felt soriy for l. when my friends
told me about it. 1 cannot see
, these boils, ol course, as they are
not in tin-direct Iineofvis.ion.be
: in-, on the back of my neck. So 1
got a fiiend one I can tmst and
j 1 let him come and i el! me how
i t hey are doing fi oni time to time,
This little bod at first did not
b.d lair to hold oil! una e than a
. da. oi two. but esteiday it began
to throw aside its lei hargv and to
; realize that hte is real. Iris fully i
abreast ol the others n. , and has;
ialafueam! veiy active cratei to '
i r, i three das I nut various
days I put various
i' ' i i ., .
, ti,;,,. ,,,, ,i
tic- e i .oi i s. anion" mni'is
soap, sugar, and w
f an egg.
t" ll" time. With seven boils well dis
1!1"") Itnbuted 1 might have tried several
licmediesat mice, but I didthebest
' I could. 1 ii t hi ee days
i dered t hirteen dollars'
-s to the
trrocei ics ei
ne gte.u dillicnlty has been the
unsatisfactory results of my etl'orts
to get any sleep. Before 1 was
overtaken by the pollevil I used to
rest on the back of my bead and
ueck at night a good deal, but after
a few experiments with my head
pillowed on these seven little hot
headed boils I found that it made
my head too high.
Boils visit the rich and poor alike,
the humble and the exalted. They
are not a mark of greatness, for
boils frequently come to t he obscure
and the unknown. They do not
come with the seeking, and they
are not to be obtained by study or
effort. Boils fall to thefot of many
whose lives would otherwise be void
of incident. To such thev are in
deed a ereat beuison, or may be
used as such How many people
do we know who have naught else
to show us in the way of progress;
but a kind Providence. has bestowed
a boil upon them now and then
which they cau exhibit as an evi
dence that they are not remaining
The. felon also is a queer article,
the usefulness of which has not
been thoroughly made clear to my
mind. There are ninety-eight dif
ferent things that are good for a
felon, each of which will make i
ache tirstrate, and that seems to be
the principal object both with felons
and boils. Some cut the finger
open in treating a felon and scrape
the bone with a corncob or a wood-
rasp. About the onlv wav to cure
a felon is to serously injure the
linger and then cure the injury.
A lady friend of mine was once
attacked by a felon, and in re
spouse to the advice of friends used
to cut a small, round hole in a lemon
every day, and in this aperture 6he
would insert the felon. It did not
do the felon much good, but it
a great source of comfort to
young son. who crawled out of
crib every nicrht and finished
(.nod News for Water Drinkers.
One by one the beliefs, legends
and superstitions of bygoue days
are being snatched away from us.
Pocahontas and Captain niita,
George Washington and the
hatchet. William Tell and the apple
episode, each in turn is declared to
be a tale without foundation. And
now comes Professor John Phin, of
microscope ; but not microscopic)
fame, who not only asserts that
cleai well and brook water is almost
entirely free from the infinitesimal
animalcules vividly described by
popular lecturers, but actually
charges these learned gentlemen
with wantonly introducing such
organisms into t he liquid by arti
ficial means, and then throwing
horrible poiiiayals of the same
upon the magic lantern screen,
causing all beholders to writhe in
wordly for days afterwards when
ever they feel thirsty. old-n
Tin'. CiitKAT Lick Tklkscoit..
'The completion of the great Lick
telescope at Mt. Hamilton isdepen-
dene now only upon two things, '
! says the San. Francisco Bulletin of
May 'j. '-the arrival of the tubing
1 and mounting from the manufactur
1 era at Cleveland, Ohio, and the putt
jingin place of the dome of the
, great observatory. The parts of
the dome are being hoisted into
P1? Cld rapidly, but when the great
LUUC; "Ultu 'Vu ucr ""V"" -"-'
: feet long and three feet in diameter.
is to arrive is a matter for specula
'tiou. It was expected before this,
but some dclav unforseen must
have oceured. It was believed that
by duly 1 the telescope would be
ready for use. but it is evident now
that 'a later date would have been
a muchsater prediction."
An exceedingly important dis
covery of human remains was made
in Belgium last summer in a cave
on the banks of the river itrneau.
They were the skeletons of two
persons belonging to a pre historic
race that inhabited Europe before
the great ice age. and the earliest
of which anv-distinct record exists.
were con temporay
w ith the mammoth
mil were short,
rouusr., ami tniCK se
r. with broad
shoulders, supporting a
narrow head, with an
There's an isie where the sun, with his !
Makes nature smile sweetly through
out the whole year:
A country which each Irishman fer
A land to every true patriot dear.
America weeps, and her salt tears are
On this spot dowered by Heaven with '
guts the most rare,
On this land so oppressed 'neath a yoke !
that is galling. 1
And robbed of its liberty: left to
No. not to despair, for hearts, strong
Will strive against fortune, and
Whilf. friends o'er the water are alowly
f Ireland to Frefsjom n ;
is short, but it is not
half so !
short as some men are all through '
Iu old times parents bmnirht
ch id.en up, but now . hiidrenbringiThe Bertier & Fitftl
"Yes," be said, ''before marriage
I thought I could live on love.
P.ut I am now living on my father-in-law."
"You have no idea," said the
landlord, 'diow much it costs to
to run this hotel." Oh, yes. I have,''
replied the guest: T paid up my
bill this morning."
The man who robs a clothes line
is not necessarily a lanndryman,
but he generally "takes in'' wash
ing, and is likely to be ironed if he
Mamma," said a little boy, '-is
thai women across the way veiy
fireen .'"' "No, my child, why do
ask such a itiestion?" "Because I
1 heard you say she svas a grass
A man said to his aered mother.
speaking of his wife, "1 do wish I
could keep Mary from exaggerating
so!" "Get her to talk about her
own age," responded tbe shrewed
dames, here is alet-
ter for you from the dead letter
i office. James (in agony) Then
it's from my son. He is -een sick
for weeks, and I've been expectin'
this every day.
At a college examination a pro
fessor asked: "Does the qaestion
embarrass youf -'Not at all," re
plied the student; ''not at all. The
question is quite clear. It is the
answer bothers me."
Is any body waiting on you?;'
said a polite salesman to a yonng
lady from the country. "Yes, sir,
replied the blushing damset.
"That's my young man outside; he
wouldn't come into the shop."
Sexton (to gronp of travelers)
This, gentlemen, is the highest
church steeple in the country. It
contains three bells; the largest is
rung only on the arrival of the
bishops, in cases of fire and floods,
and other threatened calamities.
-And don't you know, Johnny,''
said the minister, who was dining
with the family, "why your mamma
doesn't want you to eat a second
piece of pie:'' "Yes, sir," replied
Johnny. "She said that if I didn't
eat a second piece, and yon didn't
take any, there would be enough
left over for to-morrow.''
"Johnny, here yon are at break
fast and your face unwashed,'' said
his mother. "I know it ma. I saw
the little things that live in water
through pa's microscope last even
ing, and 1 ain't agoin' to have
them crawling over mv face with
their funny little legs.-'
A young lady poet asks "How
shall I write my love.'' Well,
whatever you do, don't write him
on a postal cartL Ho wouldn't
like it. And don't use a pencil.
It is not en regie before marriage.
A few months after that interesting
event yon can communicate with
him by telephone. You won't have
so much to Ray then and the tone
of the communication will be differ
ent. An anecdote is told of a man on
long Island who had another down
and was holding him there pum
melling him, when a stranger, pass
ing by, said: "You great coward,
why don't you let him up and have
a lair light: ' "That may seem
very well to you, I dare say." said
the man; "put if you had had as
much trouble as I in getting him
down, you would not be for letting
him up; '
A certain preacher was holding
forth to a somewhat wearied con
gregation, wken.he lilted up his eyes
to the gallery, and beheld a youngs
ter pelting the people below with
chesnuts. Dominie was about to
adminster a sharp and stringent re
primand lor this flagrant act of im
piety and disrespect '.but the youth,
anticipating him, bawled out at the
top ol his voice: "ion mind your
preaching, and I 11 keep em
"Prisoner," said a nevada judge;
'what have you to say to this in
dictment; are you guilty or not
guilty.''' -'Before I answer the
question, Judge, I'd like to ask
your honor if this little spectacle'd
dude is all the lawyer I've got ?"
That is Mr Ferguson, sir, ' re
sponded the judge, sternly: "I
have appointed him to defend you,
as you seem to nave no counsi i.
'Judge," said the prisoner, sighing
heavily, "I'm guilty."
A little Sixteenth street girl was
interviewing the preacher. "Aint
God good?'' she asked, earnestly.
"Of course He is, my child," said
the pastor. "And it isn't wrong to
say so, is it!" she continued. "Cer
tainly not." "That's what 1 told
mamma." "Why, my child," said
the pastor, in amazement, "your
mamma did not say He was not
good, did shei" "No, sir, not ex
actlv; but at breakfast this morn
mg, when papa took a mouthful of
eotiee, he said, "Good God:'7 and
mamma told him there was no use
in swearing, even if the coffee
wasn't the best in the world."
A Jacksonian Deacon.
It was an anecdote of a pious
Jacksonian deacon of our county
in Virginia that a Whig laid a
wager that he would justify Jack
son even for murder. Overtaking
f he deacon on his way to church
he entered into conversation and
professed to be just from Washing
ton. "Well, and what's the uewa at
Washington ?" asked the deacon.
'Nothing oh, yes there is ; Gen,
Jackson killed a man yesterda.y"
"Rilled a man ?" cried the dea
con. "Yes ho was walking on
Pennsylvania avenue, and told a
man to get out of bis way ; the man
didu't, and the President shot him."
The deacon meditated for a few
moments, then broke out, "Hurrah
for the general ! Why didn't the
man get out of bis way!"
i MQJT iTTV
IN OJNNEOTION NVmi THE
!. -...i- ..
WINES AND LIQUORS AT WHOLESALE,
hich will bo sold by the Barrel or Gallon at VERY LOW FIGURES for CASH.
Ginger Ale equal to Best Imported, and superior to any procurabl tuNorth Carolina.
1887 SPRBMC. 1887
Look! Look! Look!
You will find at the Store of 0. MARKS the
Largest Line of Dress Goods, Plain and Fancy,
Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies, Gents, Misses,
Children's Shoes, Boots and Slippers, Cloths,
Mattings, Oil Cloths, Carpets, Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, Straw Goods, and in fact
everything you can think of, to he found in
a Dry Goods Emporium. Our Store is packed
to overflowing this season with Drives and
Bargains. We can please you all. Money is
not plentiful, so look well hefore spending it.
Our (4-4) 1 yd. wide Homespun
Uur (4-4) 1 yd. wide Bleaching
Our good Ginghams
Our tast Color Prints
Our Pants Goods,
Our elegant line of Worsteds for
Oar elegant White Lawn very wide
Ourlegant Hamburg Edgings (5,000 yds)
Ottoman all silk 1 in. wide Ribbons
Nice large Towels
Big line colored and white Cape Collars. . .
Gents' J Hose
Beautiful Handkerchiefg (Ladies)
Large Handkerchiefs (Mens)
Knitting Cotton (best)
Pocket Books y
Dress Buttons (2 dozen)
White Pearl Buttons' ('2 dozen)
"Raw Silk" Handkerchiefs
1,000,000 Toothpicks for
Men's Linen Collars (latest style)
Men's Linen Cuffs (latest style)
Men's Linen Collars ("Dude")..
Nice Jersey for
Nioe Gold Plated Breast Pin
Large line beautiful shades "Cheese Cloth''
All linen Crash
Kice Buttons (cards)
Hick Eack Braids
Toilet Soap (nice)
Nice Linen Doyleys
Elegant and Beautiful Line of Dress Buttons,
One Half New York Cost.
Paper (elegant note)
Envelopes (to match) .
Fine Turkish Towels
Biggest and Cheapest Line of Goods Ever
Seen in this City.
Novelty Braids 25c.
Nice Dress Silk 75c
Colored Crinkles (lovely)
Beautiful line Seersuckers
Beautiful line Organdies.
Ladies' Handkerchiefs (all linen)
See That Beautiful Line of Etamines.
Fans! Fans! Fans! Novelties! Novelties!
Lead Pencils, rubber tipped
Jerseys, all wool) ' 'big job"
Sateens, beautiful line ( worth '',''.)
Muslins, lovely line
Baby Shoes (nice)
Turkish Bath Soap
Best .1.25 Shoe in the city.
Best $1.00 Shoe in the city.
Best 75c. Shoe in the city.
Best $3.00 Shoe in the city.
Spool Silk emb.)
Largest line of Parasols ever brought hero.
WARNER'S HEALTH CORSETS. Full line of Corset , all styles
More complete than ever. We cater especially for the wholesale trade.
We guarantee as usual to "DUPLICATE ANY BULL BOUGHT IN A
NORTHERN MARKET IN LESS THAN BALE LOTS.
We would say, that any Goods purchased from us that are NOT
FULLY AS REPRESENTED, can be returned and the purchaser will
be FULLY SATISFIED before leaving. We want the trade of every
one, great and small, and it will be to every person's advantage to see
us before purchasing anything in our line. Very truly,
Pollock Street, New Berne, N. C.
as J niirinriiirTrr -r - iriaL rs -warxa .1 icu
HS5g&. SEMINAL 9mLXT7rL
mA a H
ahaolntAl reatora trmattulK
scad aa-brakwdoan jnaa tptha fnU eajoamsospt
Derfaot and fnUHanlr Stzenath and YUoroos. Health,
.To thosa whoanflor fromtho many obaoi
.kwt h Tiiillaiim. lull lunonra.
Dbsanrs d Issasea
Wai5wteohM andalau m, wo aak Utatroa Bend us
mr name wlut acacemanc ot roar tronoie, ana vavu. u
TA1.PAOKAQK BKB, with IUust'd Pamphlato.
ftUPTURED PERSONS bay FREI
aS.fl rw--Ha-anaarkafaUltT. UmaivM wz'TaJ"" I I I
andEkTSlcal Deoar In Young or ma-t,
LaT.aa SWL..S Wnm kfi 7FC V or - I sr
NEWBERK, N. C.
BrfiwiHir Cfitntisn. s La6r beer, Pnrfar
KEEP ON I1AND A FELL LINE
.fc. worth 10c,
. . 5c.
. . 5c.
. . 'J5c.
. . OC.
2 for 5c.
MU thm m l .
din. fcrtfc m tro-lilea, mad all Quacks,
Tska a SUM RiallDl that uxb
KKD Uia. m W.
wineati tnieata in an? war. Foundwl
w. 14 PriOCipi BJ
ikaHWlltnnt i m,.n.hl
ftmatlsBsof ths human oicuuain nttoni. 111.
WDHDn or Lrra are gin back, to paciei.
TBEATHEIT. Opo -sett. 13 . g-o Xet.93. Tint, 11
HARRIS REMEOY CO.. Mro Chemists,
Trial of our AppHanoo. Aak tor Torrt
EASTERN NORTH CAR(!l.lt
sew BERK:, a. c.
And all kinds Grave and Bnlldtna work In
Orders will receive prompt attontio
JOE K. WILLIS, Proprieioi
(Snooesaor to Oeorge W. Ulajpooi-i
Oor. BROAD A AD OR A VMIN .Vts.
NEW BERNE, M. c
G. K. MiLLKB ia rny authorized at;i
Fnory-.t,- bnsinoH men wliwB ftr ft pVOfMr aUtsm-
tiun, are wanted to hoxjlle this putnp in ertsry town in
Pa , N. J . Md . Del , Vv, and N. O.. and wiB ba ac
corded control oi bui
CHARLES G. BLATCHLEY
Offioe: JT.N E Citr Hull SqaarB.Phillrfalnhla Da
Opp. Broad St. sstaUoo P. U. p. rHIiaHOIJIIIO, V
' Scratches, I Ccnracted
Lnmbago, Sprains, ' Mnscles,
Rhenmatism. I Strains, Ernptioni,
Burns, j Stitches, Hoof Ail,
Scalds, StiffJoints, Scraw
Btinga, Backaeho, I Worr.i,
Bites, Galls, : Swiansy,
Brnisos, Bores, Saddls Galls,
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
Corns, J Cracks.
THJ3 COOD OLD STAND-CV
Rcx)tni.U9hes for everybody exactly v. imi is.-.tilp-.-.'
forit. Ooeof the reasons for the (treat po:..-It . r
the Hust&Dg Liniment Is foun.l In its t.ilv. ., ..!
nppllcabllltT ErorybodyncvO such .n iw. 11. lnr.
Xh e Lumberman neeJfl It it: -af- f no. I 'cm.
The Howaewlfe needs It for Rnneralfaniil i..-.
The Cannier needs It for his teams and hu rti.-i.
The Mechanic needs it always on ills .rk
Th Irliner needs It In ca;o of anin.:n,-y.
Th Pioneer needs It can't pet along iv!ii,..'it ;i.
The Farmer needs it In Lis hous-, 1.1- t-.'
and his stock yard.
The Steombont man or the ltontmnn !.' '
It In liberal supply afloat an.1 ashoro.
The Borae-fancler needs Hit i l.u i
friend and safest rail an ce.
The Htock-erower nretu It- It will iav. i fn.
thousands of dollars and a world of trotil.le.
Th Railroad man needs It and will uojh! ii a.
lon as his life Is a round of accidents and dant-i.
The Back-roodiman noeds It. There Is i - I.
lngltke It as on antidote for the dangers to l.r. .
limb and comfort whfeh strrround the .lnrer.
71, o ftforchaut nerds It about his store ainon
his employees. Accidents will happen, and wlt.-.i
these come the Mustang Liniment is wauu-d .t .n . -.
K.ee a Bottle In the liouat. 'Tie the t i A
Keep a Dottle In tbe Factory, Its inimeiiiot
sse In citse of ni'Cldent auvea pain and loss t.f v Oi-ci.
lieen a Itottle Alunr. lo tbe Htnblt fuv
pee vrben wanted.
"DR. J. D. CLABK
NXWBKIUI. M. O.
Offlea on Orayen strset, bstwaaa Pollock
, nd Broad awrT-ldawly
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