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V , STEAX222J,
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DR. J. D. CLAKK
2&lUmOT tad Now Born
Uw HaiAfiasn fa ew Sara, wkxs
JtuOAr.HAtCILUAT.M SiX . M.
taavta r ) law Btlmn, TT ES-
UAX. UTl'tMr. M aUX r. M.
Tata at tn eatw DntrritMBii aw
uaj BaWtl aiore 1 m teaaca. aaal aa
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tataa kMM.)WMM raua
Kanakas. M ttU Batata XMfr
lae aaal Wee Xi la wtaea snaaaavtoa.
- aa aatata mf JUtwc ea4 aVrB oat of
faaa ara aa (bOatex:
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. JAR. W, McCAKKICJC. AV- aVanoik. Va
Maw Teak A aaXlav Traaa. Ma a I.ar
, Jfoeva ntw
Jk "aaae. Boston. S CwatreJ wharf.
S. U. rvWMx - 1.
'Sate ! taua.Twknu4 taalanUya
, farm aaair.
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raiMVl atoaaajrm, Wroae
aaye. m iuwt.
Ik w4ia laaUea iTVwa. uj rat aa iwr-
I aa ait aaaa a UM aUTanat o&caa af
Jas. W. Waters,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Pane iocs and Patent lijghu a specialty.
Haa reenoi his ofttca next door south
of Near Barne Joarnal.
NEW PKRNK. N
' P. H. PELLETIEE,
ATTOKNHY AT I. A XV .
Craven Si., two dxir South of
Va'ill pray IK-a :o tfia CoooUaa r: - '
ar. Joaai. ima.ow and Pa :
IallaO HUX Court at S r llama arc J
Aaprama Coart of it a mm
OWEN H. GUION,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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HEALTH IS WEALTH!
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To the Public !
Al 1 cninp'.if 'i to s- ttle up the
l'lat: of II. Cohen, deocael, and is
the Wi-instoin Building ha," been sold
and iwt bo vacated bj '.he 1st day of
1 "'.', we will commence
alet ot the balanro of Mer
n ''w in the N einstein
on .Monday, at 11 a.m., and
continui' until the entire ft ca
wi'.l -; i u. .- -onitir. i of
Boots and Shoes,
Carpets and Matting,
Hats and Cap?,
Ladies and Gents'
Trunks and Valises
And a great many more articles too
numerous to mention.
The Trivato Sales will co:.::r.ue
durinjr th- day at Anclion Pri.-e.
The tock will be fixed in 1 o tit to
suit Merchant and other purchasers.
Kcmember these goods will be sold
to the highest bidder, and the public
are the one? to make the prices.
1 UK ( O AM-t.l AHP.
Lijyuu woaJtT what I am cfin
In the heart of the fire srIow.
Lika clifl in a golden Fuuset
With a u mmer sea below .'
I aea. away to the e&alward.
The line of a atornj-beat coaft.
And I h?ar the tread of tlie hurrvn
W T H .
Like tho tr mii. uf a mailed l.oi-t.
And ui and di i. in the d-irkDess.
And over the fr . n Find.
I ee the men uf ihe coHt-gu :rd
Pacinu alontf thectran t,
IVaten by iU'rnj ami tempet.
And drenched by the pltiii' ran,.
From the ahorea c.f Carolina.
To the wind nf t by vf lii.e.
No matter a hat norma are ragm.
No matter how w iid the niht.
The gleam C'f tht ir swinging lantern
Shine out with a friendly liht.
And mitry a shipwrecked sailor
Thankn Crod, w lib hi Kasp'in breath.
For the sturdy arms of the coawt-uard.
That drew him awy frotn liath.
And so when tho wind in -r . lu',
And the air ro vt a dim i '. !i .-' ct-t
I think of tho frarieH r at :.. .
' Pacing alonj their beHi.
I thiDk of a wreck, fast breaking
In the surf of a rocky shore.
And the life boat leaping onward
To the stroke of the bending oar
I hear the shouts of tho sailor".
The boom of the frczn sails.
And the creek of the icy hilyards
Straining agsic?t the tale.
"Courage! " the capt3in trumpetn.
"They are send ng help frum land'
Ood bleaa the men of the coast guard.
And hold their lives in his hand!
Wood Tulp In the South.
The K isteru correspondent of a
leading Western newspaper, dis
cusMng the enormous growth of
the paper industry in New Kurland
i to say of wood pulp manu
in that quarter of tlie cnuti-
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talsi oa nwelli Irrilnrn'. )i.i t boi, or
aii aotliaa 'or aiJ". a-n-. bj :u :; prpau.l on
raoalpc of pr e.
WK OCAHAKTKK IX BOIU
To era any aaaa. W.tn a-h ortlar r-- r
by oa "of all rwxaav, ai-oompanlut wUtj M OO,
n will aanl tna parrliaaar our wrtiwa ruar
aataa to rafund lha mor.cr ;f lot I'Mtmmt
6oa not ffci a cora.
Oaaraotea iud only by R. N
DUFFY, drujCRiat. sole aent, Naw
Borna. H. C. at4 dwlr
consists of if
City of Now
, and four nic
of Ileal Estate, which
o nico dwellings in the
Home, on Hancock st.,
PlantatiDns in Craven
a:: J a bij; tract of timber land
o-o and Beaufort counties, will
ib- at l"iw figures.
be so.d at private sa
if applied for soon.
Kemember that the above real c
Uto must be sol to close the estate.
All the Ileal Estate will be sold
with i pood title, and a warrantee
deed. Tie full description and terms
will be civen on the day of sale.
For further information inquire of
Wm. Cohen at Weinstcin Building.
COME ONE 1 COME ALL 1
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tala ai iJm drug itorea of F. H. DufTy and i
R. Barry, at id d la aCryat. Naw ltrna.
CURES OR NO PA-
faa.. RmwJ; fur laiarrh la lb
Brat. iAuraX to t ar. and Cnaapcat.
SoM drocswta or aant by mail.
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II or Xot to MI'S It "
One of the most important ele
ments of Hucees, no matter how
great a ruau's talents may be, is
' pereistency : if he 1 aeks this he will
be a failure. Even weakness with
persistency will accomplish much;
the water only dropping, hut per
sistently dropping, wears a way
'through the hardest etone. Per
sistency is valuable lor the further
'reason that it increases rower.
The little growth that a babe's
i band could crush kei ps growing
; until it is an oak that detie. the
storm. It is not simply practice
but persistent practice that makes
perlect that brings that highest
; skill which is more powerful than
iher greatest lorce alone.
i Some farmers Badly lack persis
tency. Cattle are low priced ; a-ul
these (armors, so readily discour
aged. Poll their catt h' at low prices.
No commodity is long depressed.
Soon cattle bring good prices, and
these farmers now pay high prices
for cattle. r some crop fails to
produce well, aud thce fanners do
not sow or plant an s id' it, and the
next ear it olds a bountiful;
harvest. These in en ; and there
are some of t hem in e eiy neighbor !
hood are continually "missing it."!
Some people say the are unfor i
tunaU'. When they base a large!
area flown to whe.it, wheat is a
failure. W hen thev have no wheat
lac t un
.ioie mi Kiiiiiiit even inanii.e
development ot the paper ruanu
laciuring industry is the growth of
the pulp -business. Not long ago
ten or a dozen immense pulp works
were in course o. construction in
the New England States, most ot
them in Maine. So long as suit
able wood can be found this indus
try is assured ot prospeiity. New
chemical and mechanical devices
are frequently util..ed, while the
basis of the proce.-s, meie wood
tiber, is always abundant if not
always very cheap. One of the
Eastern pulp nulls brings its ma
terial several hundred miles, but
most (if them tind it nearer at
hand. The ouly cloud in the
horizon is the possibility of an
exhaustion ot the supply of liber,
l-'oioot destruction is extensive and
wieked enough when the timber is
out for building material, withcur
snipping the woodlands lor paper
stock. The paper world is of the
opinion that it the means of utiliz
mgwood libel and the cheapness
of (-(inverting it go on increasing
at the present ratio, the situation
will certainly assume a y et more
serious aspect. Jl pulp were used
for paper alone the consumption ot
wood to supply the mills would
reach a large aggregate, but paper
is likely to be only a minor part of
the iiuished product of wood pulp,
in view of the almost limitless
possibilities (or its employment in
the making of articles of general
UM-. On the whole, the paper men
would perhaps do well to turn some
of their super abuudaut cash to the
planting of trees lor future employ -meiit
as raw material.
Some of these pulp makers ship
their raw materials Irom t he forests
of Yiginia and North Carolina, a
fact which suggests that the mills
.ought to be placed at or near the
supplies, as shipping the product
must be a good deal lers expensive
than shipping the rough and bulky
, wood several hundred miles. There
! Resolved to Please.
The author of "The Five Talents
of Woman" says that olten a hus
band is more difficult to manage
than children, but the wife, who
keeps her temper and perseveres in
efforts to please, will in the end
couquer by kindness. He tells the
following story to confirm his asser
tion : Zachariah Hodgson was not
naturally an ill-tempered man, but
he treated his wife more like a
slave than an equal. If his temper
was ru filed abroad, she was to suffer
wheu he came home. His meals he
insisted were badly cooked, though
the good woman did her best to
One day Zachariah sent home a
large fresh cod, with orders to cook
it for dinner. The wife knew that
whether she boiled it. or fried it, or
made it into a chowder, her hus
band would scold her when he came
home. She, therefore, cooked por
tices of the fish in several different
ways, that for once, if possible, he
might be pleased with Lis dinner.
ate millions ou millions of feet of
excellent woods in the South for the
manufacture of pulp that are not
good for much else. Our moun
tains aie full of basswood, Winn,"
as it is called in the North, aud
many other soft woods of strong
aud easily separated fiber abound,
noue of which are.highly prized by
the lumbermen. The South has as
fine natural facilities for the opera
t ion of paper mills as any part of
the earth's surface, and the plants
for making finished materials would
naturally spring up besides those
producing the manufacture iu its
She did more, she secured a frog
from the brook back of the house,
and put it into a large dish.
At noon Zachariah came home,
with his usual fault finding look, j
"Well, wife," said he, "how did '
you cook the fish ? I suppose you've 1
spoiled it for my eating." Then, as '
he took off a cover, he continued:;
'I thought so. Why did you fry
it? I'd as soou eat a fried frog !
Why didn't you boil it ?"
'T have boiled some also," said
she, lifting a cover and showing the
shoulders ol the cod nicely boiled.
'Boiled fish ! chips and por
ridge,"' growled Zachariah. "If
you had not been stupid you would
have made a chowder."
With a smile, she placed before
him a tureen ot chowder. "My
dea;," said she, "I was determined
to please you. There is your fa
"favorite dish, indeed !"' growled
the surly mau. "It's a wiaby-washy
mess, i d rattier nave a oouea trog
thau the whole of it."
His wife had anticipated his
favorite expression. She uncovered
a large dish and showed a bull trog,
stretched out at lull length.
Zachariah sprang from his chair.
"My dear," said his wife, "I
. hope now you will make an excel
; lent dinner."'
j The humor of the whole scene
; overcame his sullenness ; he burst
into a hearty laugh and declared
i that never again should she have
i occasion to expose him as a croak
i er. fie was as good as his word.
A FARMER. 1
A woodland spot, with b k:- ?rew,
Many long, long years ago.
When a manly form with eagle eye,
Began to weed and sow.
He toiled, like Peri'e watchful search,
For jewels rich and rare.
To bear to heaven's own golden gata.
To find an entrance there.
With raindrops glistening on his brow,
Teardrops on his path,
When lo 1 a sweet forget-me not
Its gentle fragrance cast.
And now close by the grand old Neuee
-'any a cottage stand s
Within whose wallsjsweet voices sing
In unison with other lands.
i White tassels in the waving corn
Meets friendship s kindly eye,
While bronze green cups, of fleecy lint.
Hang in fancy drapery by.
Luscious fruits are sweetly culled
By happy hearts and hands,
While rich and poor are daily fed
By one brave, toiling man.
Ah, idle b ir; js just plant a flower.
Not fs'::i: g why u grows,
And in ihe uurky. twilight hour,
Its budj. ith lite, wili grow.
C'loss. LLioir County, N. C.
My Poor Back !
That " poor back " is held responsible for i
mankind. If your dog bites a man who kicks
principle the kidneys utter their protest
resulting constipation. These force them
system of the poisons which are the
blood. Then the sufferer says the
tased. " Not yet ; " but they will
the blood purified, and the constipation
of kidney troubles, and f'ainc's Celery
With its tonic, purifying, and laxative
kidneys, making it almost ii.fallilJr
neys. It your hopes of cure iiave not &iy
pouni; it gives perfect health to all wh c
Sold by Iruggi!ts. '-n
.-.i il. share of the aufltiingf ot
i,u i,lar.,e t;.c Jog? On the aaim
nvrveu i. s;, impure Mood, and
r itiai nln..!. y -ok in lidding the
of :.v.. r. alter n lained in the
' ' " - lo'lnty ere dla-
i;r:!i- s t! ..'surf si lengthened,
r :?. . 'se art ilu: crtua
i . cs l a m quickly.
:-!:rf a lite V ck
i iimif antl ku!
l.une'fj Ctkry Com
ImcI:s." Price fl.00.
r ,ri r.
C um u n
through a smother of foam and
The struggling vessel tjars her way.
And the voice of the tempest seems to
As it rises and falls in the gathering
"Prepare, O sailors, to meet thy doom."
Haik 1 through the bla k of the raging
Comes the roar of the seaB dashing on
in their might.
ine race or the helmsman grows j
blanched and white. I
lie utters a cry 'tis ihe wild surf's
"Prepare, O sailors, to meet thy doom.
A sickening rufa-., a cr.-s-h. u roar.
She strikes on the rocks acd all is o'er.
And vain is th" Ht-uK-e to reach the
The storm rsges on in its awful miht,
It has shattered the vessel and won the
first s' age. Our water powers are
in almost every valley; they rush
I 'll ' 1
r i n i lit ii i anil moniirain sioiies.
gown, wheat is big crop. When :. .. incr for., Knfy,pi(rif fn tnrn all
the wheels and spindles of Christen
dom, and their waters are clear as
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THI DU. HA1TE MtDICIWt CO- ST. LOUIS, MO
The Original Wins.
C. F. Simmon. St. Loaia, Pro pf
M A. Simmoai Lii-n Vfadirlna, Sat'd
i-ian, IB Uia V. S Court DlruTI I.
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ArrTiT. Son Stomach Etc.
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potatoes are Vi ry cheap they plant
none. As a result id the less area
plantid, potatoes ar' s-carce and
h i tt li . Tht-se men h.ie none to
sell; they must buy to eat and to
plant; and as potatoes are high
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patches and the result is overpro
duction the next season aud low
The mislortune or the fault of
these men is lack of persistency.
A poor jield, or low prices, or
disease among farm animals causes
them to give up; and the result is
they are continually buying at high
and selling at low figures: have
much to f-ell when prices are low
and little to sell when prices are
good. The peisistent farmer does
much better Knowing what crops
aud what animals he can most
profitably grow, he sticks to them
in sprte of unfavorable conditions,
lie does not misj all the opportuni
ties by vacillating from one thing
to another. He is not tempted to
engage in outside enterprises, in
which he lacks skil aud experience,
to the neglect of his farm. He is
persistent and his gains am sure
and steady. Ex.
How to Stop KunaTiaj Horses.
A Boston correspondent of the
Woonsocket Patriot tells how a
young policeman, hailes Maynes,
stops a runaway horse : "When
you see a runaway coming do not
try to check him by a rush from
the opposite direction or on the
side, for you will be immediately
knocked flat by t ha collision ; but
instead prepare yourself for a short
run with the horse. Meanure with
your eye the distance, and start for
the rnn while he is yet some way
off perhaps ten feet iu the case ol
fair to medium runaways. You
may depend upon his keepiDg a
straight line, for a really frightened
hor se is half blind and would not
veer for a steam engine. He will
go straight ahead until he smashes
into fumethmg. So get close to
the line on which he is rushing.
and as he pas.-es ou grab the reius ; could lighten the
near the sadde." (ratlirr I ho reini I ing duties of her
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Tiiis is tiicTor of the Genuine
Pearl Top Lamp Chimney.
Ail others, similar are imitation.
This exact Label
i A dealer may say
and think he hat
others as rood,
BL'T HE HAS NOT.
Icsiat upon tbe Eiact Label and Top.
R mi- B
firmly, and then, leaning back
wards as vnii run, give them a
powerful auk. You may be able
to brace our.-eIf as you give this
yank, half sliding in ;i our feet.
The strong jerk on t he bit tells the
hot so that he again has a master
clraV""' 1 aD(1 prei'.ires him i-r the final
(Struggle. A tcp or t wo lorwurd
j after the tir.t vaiik, do it again,
j This is the hui.-hing stroke. It
: never fails when given by a deter
mined man. The horse is on his
haunches. Keep a tirm pull on the
reins till you grasp the horse by
nostrills, and hold him so till he is
pacified '' In stoppiug a span of!
horses, Maynes tries to get on thei
side ot the wilder one, as, if pulled '
to its senses, tho other can be
managed. The task is easier it!
the horse has a curb bit. A run
away may also be stopped by the
driver in the same rnauner. "If
you pull steadily with all your
strength on a curb bi:,' says May
nes, "the effect on trie horse's jaw
is last what it is if von tie n cord
tightly about your linger. The.
blood doesn't ilow and the linger 1
oecome numb. After a firm pull
has been maintained ou the horse's ,
mouth for a while it ceases to have
any effect. You cannot then force
him out of a run if he is frightened.
But give him his head a little till
the mouth recovers from its numb
ness, lash him with the whip if you
hae a free road and then give a
sudden yank. He will come down.
If the first yauk is not enough give
him one more. There isn't a horse
on earth that can runaway with a
competent driver il the harness
holds." Maynes has risked his life
a number of times and has had
some perilous encounters before
subduing frightened animals. He
haa received a medal from the
Humane Society and 30 from the
crystal. The climate of the South,
at and below the ,15th parallel, is
practically free of winter; it sup
plies no such weather as virtually
closes every mill in New England,
operating by water power, several
months in the year. Our railroad
and water transportation are abun
dant, and freights are as low as in
the North. Labor is somewhat
cheaper and living expenses are at
least 25 per cent, less than to the
laboring clas.i of Maine or Massa
chusetts. A stiong company, that
should be able to bay a large timber
trac, purchasing either tho fee or
the stumpage, would get its raw
material for a great pulp factory at
a quarter the cost laid down at a
New England mill. The hard
woods and other saw timber co-uld
be sold at a profit that would about
cover the total cost of palp woods,
or at least reduce them :o a nominal
item of expense. There are other
advantages for a pulp factory in
this section: but those here enum
erated are enough to induce some
experienced man or men of means
to undertake the enterprise.
Human and Dirinc Love.
After all the thousand daily dis
tractions and perplexities and wear
tug frets of the house mother are
summoned up, it is no small satis
faction to her to know that she is
the dispensing centre of happines;
to so many dependent ones. True,
all over the house resounds unceas
ingly the cry. "where's mother ?"'
but what a blessed thing to be a
mother! How quickly, when a
little head is laid upon the lap, and
bright eyes look up into hers, does
she foiget all her weariness aud
sleepless nights of care, or not
forgetting, accept them cheerfully
for their sweet sakes. She who does
not feel this, to whom it is all drudg
ery and no delight,- has our sin
cei est pit v ; for nothing else,8urelv, I
how mercifully it is ordained that
the sickliest and most helpless
child, with all its diseased irrita
tion, should ofteu be loved in
proportion to the anxiety it calls
lorth. And yet when; we have
measured I he height and depth of
this beiutiful sell-forgetting de
voii.ii. ho.v i u; measurably does it
fall short of the forbearance, all
forgiving love aud sleepless watch
fulness of "Our Father:"'
The Want of all Ages.
It is a man's destiny still to be
longing for something, and the
gratification of one set of wishes
but prepares the unsatisfied soul
for the conception of another. The
child ot a year wants little food and
sleep, and no sooner is he supplied
with a sufficient allowance of either
of those excellent things, than he
begins whimpering, or yelling it
may be, for the other. At three.
the young urchin becomes enam
ored of sugar plums, apple pies,
and coniectionerv. At six his
imagination runs upon kites, mar
bles, and play time. At ten the
boy wants to leave school and have
nothing to do but go bird nesting
and blackberry hunting. At fifteen
he wants a beard, a watch, and a
pair of Wellington boots. At
twenty he wishes to cot a figure
and ride horses; sometimes his
thirst for display breaks out in
dandyism, and sometimes in
poetry; he wants sadly to be in
love, and takes it for granted all
the ladies are dying for him. The
young man of twenty -five wants a
wife; and at thirty he longs to be
single again. From thirty to forty
ho wants to be rich, and thinks
more of making money than spend
ing it. At fifty he wants excellent
dinners and capital wine, and a
nap in the afternoon. The respec
table old gentleman of sixty wants
to retire from business with a snug
independence, to marry off his
daughters, and live in the country;
and then for the rest of his life he
wants to be young again. Ex.
The Philadelphia American is an
able, blind Protection paper. It
thinks the only way to develop the
South is by Protection. Grind the
masses that a lew may fatten. It
says that when Protection is adopt
ed "the day of the cross road poli
ticians and county court statesmen
will be over, and Calhonnism will
give way to the ideas of George
Washington, John Marshall and
Henry Clay." That sounds well,
but it is misleading. Henry Clay
was a very moderate Protectionist
compared with the editor of the
American. He favored a Tariff not
by a good deal half so high as the
present Republican Tariff. Mr.
Calhoun was opposed to'Protec
tion. In this he showed his su
preme wisdom and his prescience
as a statesman. He held views
which it would have been wise if
the whole country had long ago
adopted. With his views prevail
ing strikes would be infrequent,
tramps an unknown curse, monopo
ly an impossibility and trusts un
heard ol. Wil. Star.
Do "ot Ridicule Children.
There is so great a charm in the
sportive play of fancy and wit that
there is no danger of their being
neglected or undervalued, or that
the native talent for them will re
main undeveloped ; our chief solici
tude must be to keep them, even in
their wildest flights, still in snbjec
tion to duty and benevolence. We
must not allow ourselves to be
betrayed into an approving smile
at any effusions of wit and hnmor
tinctured in the slightest degree by
A child will watch the expression
of onr countenance, to see how far
he may venture, and if he nuds he
has the power to amuse us in spite
of ourselves, we have no longer any
hold over liim from respect, and he
will go rioting on in his sallies
nntil he is tired, and seek at every
future opportunity to renew his
Wit, undirected by benevolence,
generally falls into personal satire
the keenest instrument of unkind-
ness; it is so easy to laugh at the
expense of our friends and neigh
bors they furnish such ready
materials for our wit, that all the
moral forces should be arfayed
against the propensity, and its ear
liest indications checked.
We may satirize error, bat we
must compassionate the erring, and
this we most always teach by ex-
ampleto children, not only in what
we say of others before them, but
in our treatment of themselves.
We should never use ridicule to
wards them, except when it is evi
dently so good natured that its
spirit cannot be mistaken. The
agony which a sensitive child feels
on being held up before others as
an object of ridicule, even for a
trifling error, a mistake or pecu
liarity, is not soon forgotten nor
easily forgiven. When we wish,
therefore, to excite contrition for a
serious fault, ridicule should never
be employed, as the feelings it
raises are directly opposed to self-
I am now prepared to offer better induce
ments for the future than ever in the past
My stock is much larger and could not be
I Buy in Large Quantities for CASH,
direct from Importers, Jobbers and Manufac
turers, which enables me to sell cheaper. A
trial will convince that
is really the LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
It would be folly for me to attempt a full description of all my stock
The most elegant line of
that has ever been brought to this market, including ali the
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods!
Silks! Satins! Velvets! and Velveteens!
AND MY LINE OF
Ladies, Hisses and Children's Cloaks !
weH you will have to come and see them, they are beyond description
the largest, handsomest and BEST liue in the ci;.v.
Also a handsome
Wraps and Shawls, Flannels, Etc.,
DON'T FAIL to see my line of
before purchasing, which is very large, embracing all grades from the
cheapest to the best : All wool Three Ply, Brussels, all wocl Ingrain,
Napier Matting, Pine Matting, Oil Cloths, all widths,
Table Oil Cloths, Mats. Ruga, Etc., Etc.
Shoes! Shoes !
Such a line of Shoes never was exhibited in this place before. Mens,
Ladies, Missea and Children's of all descriptions in endless variety.
By calling at my store you will find very
many things that cannot be mentioned here
( urioos HNIoricat Facts.
During the troubles in the reigu
j of Charles 1., a country gitl came
to London in search of a place as a
servant maid, but not succeeding,
! she hired herself to carry out beer
from a warehouse, and was one of
: those called tub women. The
brewer observing a good-looking
girl in this low occupation, took
her into his family as a servant,
and afterwards married her. He
idied while she was ;t a young wo
man, and It-ft her the bulk of his
The widow being in need of legal
advice, a certain Mr. Hyde was
recommended to her as a skillful
lawye r, to arrange her husband's j
nffairs. Hvde, who was afterwards
Eail of Clarendon, finding the
widow's fortune considerable, mar
ried her. Hy this marriage there
was no other issue than a daughter,
who was afterwards the wife ot
James II., and mother of Mary and '
Anne, Queens of England.
Grocer So you've given up
drinking, Uncle Ilastus ? Uncle
! ltastus Y'es, sah. I haint teched
er drop in fo' weeks. Grocer You
deserve a great deal cf credit.
Uncle llastus Yes sah. That's
I jes what I ser, an' I was gwine ter
I ask yo', Mistah Smif, cf yoj cud
trus' me to er nam t
"Longevity! I should say lon
gevity did run in the family," said
Mrs. Spriggins. "Why, John was
six foot two. Bill was six foot
four, and George, he had more
longevity than any man I ever saw.
He was six foot seven if he was a
A boy who has learned that it is
manly to be tender to the weak is
rarely a coward, for the strength
and courage of his nature are de
veloped by teaching him to protect
those who cannot defend themselves.
A Plain Truth.
How strange it is that men, and
women too, are oftenest ashamed
of what is best in them, and are
approval of things discreditable to
space would not permit, and besides they are
times with horror to see the beauti- t00 UUmerOUS tO mention.
lul and the true recklessly thrust in
the background, that deformity
may be decked and garlanded, and
paraded in its place. Only by long
continuance in wronging our better
nature, can the soul's protesting
voice thus be silenced. Only by
long chosen association with those
who have themselves succeeded in
doing it, does it grow fainter and
fainter, to be heard never again
till the soul rouses itself horror-
struck at the mis spent past, and
the hopeless future. Few there
are, among naen or women, who can
boldly assert themselves, at those
moments when they are nearest
heaven, in the face of dissent, or
indifference, or ridicule. Too often
our good angel covers his face and
retires, that a mocking nend may
clap us approvingly on the back.
Two thousand yards 3-4 Cashmere at, 10c. per yd.
Two thousand yds. double width Cashmere at 12c. per jd. worth 15o.
The prettiest and best Ladies' Buttou Shoes in-the city lor 9 1.25.
Pants Cloth, 10c. up.
Fine imported Half Hose at 10c , worth 20c.
Towels, 5c. up.
Turkish Bath Soap, 5c.
Good Nte Paper, 5c. quire. Envelopes, 5c. package.
Hose and Half Hose, 5c. pair.
Ladies' Collars, 5c.
A big drive in Ladies' Kid Gloves. 4 buttom oaibroideied back for
only 50c, worth 1.00.
Ladies' Jerseys irom 00c. np
Eed and white Flannel from 15c. up.
Men's Scarlet WTool Undershirts, 50c. each.
Ladies and Gents' Undershirts, 25c.
ftt 1U trrmmtn Ham a air it
Ak your dealer for
Cheroots. 5 for 10 cent.
m F. Ulkich, Wholesale Agent.
LOOK Ol-T FOR TIIEI.
Tho reat reputati.-n my spectacles
and eve-glares have attained through
out ibe 1". S. has led unscrupulous per
sons to counterfeit them. There are
none '.'Uuine unlees the name of
Hawkea is stamped ou the frame, and
I would respectfully announce that I
positively employ no ped JlerF.
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by
F. 9. Duffy, New Berne. N. C. otSdlm
j If the practice of memorizing is
to produce a habit ol remembering,
it will be best accomplished by
selecting for that purposelnly the
most valuable knowledge and that
which is thoroughly comprehended.
i When a young lady gets married
her father or some relative gener
ally gives her away, but when the
courtship is in progress the younger
brother frequently manages to do
i In moments of decision there is:
danger of mistaking the exhaustion :
1 of long spiritual struggle for resig-
nation to fate. i
"The Best Thing Abont a Girl."
The best thing about a girl is
cheerfulness. No matter how ruddy
her cheek may be, or how velvety
her lips, if she wears a scowl even
her friends will consider her ill
looking; while the young lady who
illuminates her countenance with
smiles will be regarded as hand
some, though her complexion be
coarse enough to grind nutmegs on.
As perlume is to tne rose, so is
good nature to the lovely.
Twelye Golden Bales.
Hold integrity sacred ; observe
good manners; endure trials pa
tiently; be prompt in all things;
make good acquaintances; shun
the company of the idle; dare to
do right; fear to do wrong; watch
carelHlly over your temper; never
be afraid of being laughed at; fight
life '8 battle manfully, bravely; use
your leisure moments for study;
sacrifice money rather than princi
To the Wholesale Trade.
I am now-prepared to offerjbttter inducements to Wholesale Buyers
than ever before. My stock Is much larger, more varied ana complete.
I buy in large quantities from FIKST HANDS for SPOT CA811,
which enables me to sell CITEAPFlPv m lui11 quantities than orthern
Come and see me. I can save you Money.
Agency for Clark's O. T. Spool Cotton.
Allow me to thank yen kindly, one and all, for yonr liberal patronage
in the past, and to ask for a continuance ol the same, assuring yon inai
LOW PRICES SHALL ALWAYS LEAD.
I am, very trnly yours,
ADVICE XO KOTHEKS-
Mrs. Wln'slow 'a Soothing Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is tha best remedy for Jdiar
hoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Western Man Yes, I'd like to
buy a nice house in New York, but
I have no ready cash. Will you
exchange for Western land !
Eeal Estate Agent Y-e s.
Western Man Glad to hear that.
How much would you want for, say
an eight or nine room house on
Fifth avenue !
j Real Estate Agent Well, if it is
! good land, three or four counties
will be enough.
Baeklea'i Arnica Salra.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively7 cures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by B. N. Duff v. jan 17
Round Knob Hotel,
W. . IPBAOI B, Prop'r.
BOUND KNOB. N. C.
Most Picturesque Scenery
Western North Carolina
J. B. CRXBTKEK.
POINTS OF INI KR EST NB.AR BY:
Old Fort ...
St. Barnard MouoUtln.
, Distant 5 Miles.
Pinnacle of tae Blue Ridge.... " &
Potato Top " 7 "
Toe River, fine trout fishing .. "
Bridges' Iron Springs " 1 "
Kelly's Iron Springs " lA "
Mitchell's Peak, tlie Grave of Prof. Mitchell
tae highest point east of the Kooky
Mountains, nine miles.
Pure cool dry atmosphere; no fogs; light
dews. Trains stop at tha door. apl7
Open all the year. Terms reasonable
by month or week. al3 dwtj
JOHN H. CRABTREE & CO
I ENGINEERS. .
: Founders and Machinists
Manufacturers and Dealers la
BINES AND ttlCEIKISTS' SUPPLIES
Ballalera ofiKaglnes Bollara,
Saw Mills. Edf tsi A Cat-off MacblaM,
We are prepared to do (lasting of all kinds
Particular and Immediate attention given
to repal s of a.n kluda.
We will btislad to give plans and estimates
for any desci lptlon of machinery.
We are the agenta for tha sal of the Amar
lean Saw. Also for O A A. Bargamln.
brated Indestructible Mioa Valvea,
Wa give satisfactory guarantee fcrall work
dona by oa. lyBoaaw wiy ,
. Jr.. -
aKwjp Hay t".-y. . u-mv.
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