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Zu s. leu. ,
fit 4 M u rm
, ioitoxlll sons.
. BunCARCX lia wretched
'..XXZXOW fever ku ppml on
t& U. S. wtrskip Taatic.
PATTl mj pfoatj of ilp u the
MOrtt of prMr-Taff oae'e bematy.
Hi NkrBtn Cvn&l bill uaj ; editorial for today u written.
FWMd in tb HoQie of Rpre4ntr.' Wk fpU hk? fa .. b
, when we read his replies to the
G. HlEBISOw remLle the j y.w KngUn.l adrc-ates of legalized
EatfUh OOT.rtiineot la that he 1 robbery. Hawley and Dawes. They
COafiroatfrd by to African problem. I wviiae1" they had not put their
"WABHTSCITO letter wntnseem greedy fingers into the North Caro
t4 ttffftrtt an extra eion of 'on- ima hornets ne.t. Vance hailed
the coming jTat city olTexa. THE CONVICT LABOR.
In 1361 the population numbered ' Toe Farmer' Alliance and the
some 350 persons. Today Fort Grange are takiDg strong ground
Worth baa 32,000 people. againt the policy of giving away
n.r q n 4. .... the conrict labor of the State to
hi dldinot anthoriie the publication railroad companies. We are not j which coni'-eiiis the larger portion
which waa recently made that he exactly informed as to what they of the people Ls that which rrlates
propone to do with t hee conricts, ; to public roads. There is great
hot we are sure but few farmers, if , dissatisfaction with the present
any. would favor keeping them in
the enitentiaty to be fed and
clothed while they do nothing
They ought in some way to be em-
lmportant part of education, and The Publishing and Tatent 0(lloe of
involves the jood of t he cit ien, the
welfare of the community and the
honor of the (S;.i!e.
Rut thf section of the report
w a stralgDtoQt candidate tor
Senator Kanaom'a seat in the I'm 1
ted State Senate, ile says that
he will not enter the race against
Ransom nnder any cirvomstances.
If Ransom is not the choice of the
Democratic members of the Iegis
latare he may tieoom a candidate,
but M yet he has not made up his
NYe had not .seen this betore our
For President of the A. k N. C K,
the scientific American. Editor Journal: Since the A.
Perhaps some of our readers have i S: N. C. K. is up for discussion,
visited the extensive oftices of the and the time is drawing nigh for
Scientific American, at ."HI I lhoad the induction of a new President
way, .Now Yoik, hut many have ; of that institution, I hope you will
not, and to such the following ac ' give space in your colamns to a
count may be ot interest. A or-; word from old Carteret relative
respondent who recently had this thereto.
pleasure informs us that he was ! Concerning the past management
greatly surprised at the marnitndo of the road it Is not onr province
arrangement. That a problem is of the e.tatlishinent. It suggested to make any criticism. That it
presented that is difticul' of solu to his in ind an enormous insurance , has ever paid a dividend either io
tion only increa--.es the demand for company or banking house. At the State or private stockholders,
the mam omee, which is principal! v we think no one will attempt to
devoted to the patent busines prove. The question naturally
diligent study ;md thorough uivea-
pondeu ts w ho
piojeo, anu ai leant P u,r u. , n,r un.uutm. ormu2 as lt d important a arises whv not ? The road is evi-
keepmg tbem. have given their views, iu response part of the. establishment may be dently an' important one, running
They cannot te more profitably to the enquiries of the Commis- seen the members of the firm and as it does through a region of
employed by the State than ditch-' sioner, reside iu different parts of their able l'0,'P of examiners, country fertile in agricultural
mS and cuttmg public roads the State, and their suggestions 'ly to the principals is products and terminating at the
k aliordnl to every one: and here best seaport in the State, and from
thiough the swamp lands of the vary according to the circumstances ; may be sten in-eutors from all a point which fish, oysters and
State. by which they are ourrouiided. A parts of t he country showing their nnmerous other products are year-
I'ndernn act of the last Cieneral large ninjonty, it would seem, are models and drawings, and explain- ly transported, and that too with
AU.mhlf a nnarl of ennvieta have in fa vor of aba ndon i n sr t he i.resen t u ,,c 1 "'lnuw"'"' 1 1 moueis ai-mc, uj oiuei means oi suip
been at work iu some of our north- plan, by which the roads aie woi ked
fTMjast after Mar
' COSOBJUSlCA.w SPBlGkR hi
Introduced bill to extend the
, rrt4ilatlsj lertn to six years with
'- r election.
Til Senate ruls haj been so
, ' Aaeaded u to allow the Preeident
at Vkw-Preeideot-elect the pnri
WCM of the floor.
Tn one who will be found to
trial capabJ of greet acU of lore,
U Ttnr the) sa who la alwjs dotaj
eoajiderate small ooes.
TMM depredations of oyster
tA!tTa la Chesapeake bay have
; gttMttj redoced tae snpply and
' the) price hare adraaced.
- . Til weaJlh of the Vaaderbtit
b, as allied from Charlotte. Vance is always
up to the mark whrn uot tethered
by manuscript. His ability is high.
Four )ears ago he did not really
rauk with the foremost men in the
Senate. North Carolinians thought
- hot Jewipapr I.ow m W'aah-
ingtoo Lnew better. Hut he has
been steadny growmg in reputa
tion. He i the same Vance.bat
he U better known tecau.se of bet
ter of portanitiea. He now rauks
welt w:th ths strong men and is
able to hold h:s own with auy of
them on either side of '.he Cham
Several States elect 1'nited
SUtes Senators this winter. In
West Virginia the contest will be
rerr cioe win ten. oon anu
CajaOj haa reached the snug snm ' g,. KenD4. i w Jersey turns, but
eastern counties, and are now at altogether by assessments upon
work on the canal from Pungo to labor, and substituting ;i s,stem
Aligator river, the most important that will combine assessments upon
work to the Albemarle and Pamlico lator and taxation upon property,
counties that has teen begun in We will not follow the report
many ears. 1'uderthe same act further at present, but commend its
the force, when the present work is careful perusal to every citien
completed, is to be translerred to
Carteret and Onslow counties to
cut roads through the State lands.
It is feared by some that the pres
ent Ceneral As-sembly will under
take to repeal the act by
these works are being carried on.
Instead of repealing they should
amend it so as to make the
force more effectual and push the
work more vigorously. It is true
that no immediate returns to the
State can be shown for this outlay
of convict labor, no sensible man
would expect any immediate re-
It does look to an outsider as if
the property ought to pay if proper
ly managed. What the road needs
is a man of business at the head of
its affairs not a theoretical, but a
soiid, practicable man of business
m s. a.
a tlTJwOOO.OOO. Oat of North
' Caxolia folks call them rich,
r IT la aot like Cknstian to
.", (nx the amoant of contribntions
by what others give, and to over-
bok the role which requires us to
j rgira aa God hath prospered us.
7 In Wilmington Meesengvr says.
' . la believed that James A
Xltjaa, Eaq-, of New iierne will be
Senator John 11. Mcl'hemon :s op
poeed, for the Democratic nomina
tion, by e i Governor Leon Abbett.
In Minnesota Senator Sabin and
Oen. Washburn are the candidates.
In Tennessee Senator Harris haj a
competitor in the person of .1. I. C.
Atkins. In Nebraeka nator
Uanderin'n 's reelection is assured, grudge this little
In Delaware the tiht Mems to lx Eastern coonties.
in a few years it will
pay the State, and pay it hand
somely, it these works are con
tinued. Our friends in the Piedmont and
Western sections, whose territory
is being checkered with rsilroad
lines, and to a considerable extent
by convict labor, ought not to be-
Z FEES UK I 01" MY OKHCEKS
The Slate Grange at its recent
session in Kinston passed a resolu
tion requesting the General As-
kiCD ssmbly to reduce the fees of coun
ty officers at least fifty per cent.
Whatever : suggested l-y this
body of representative farmer-- is
entitled to consideration by the
General Assembly. In this mat
ter, however, they have acted a
little hasty and, we think, with
out due consideration. Perhaps
they were not aware of the fact
that in some of the smaller counties
special allowances have to be made
now to some of the county i ftieer.-.
leeause the fees are not sufficient
to support them. It is an easy
matter to say, "if any oft'ft-er is not
satisfied with the pay let him get
out, and some one el-e will be glad,
to get in." That :s true. No mat
ter how muc h the fees are reduced
let: b inventors foi m a large and
interesting collection, and are kept
in a room by themselves. The
largv corps of draughtsmen who
prepare the patent drawing -are lor
tiie inu.-t part expel ienced mechan
ics, electricians, or engineers, some
of them having been connected with one who has experience of exten
the I . S. Patent ffiee. Most of sive business operations together
the correspondence is carried on by with sound practical ideas of how
upe writers, and this necessitates work ought to be done, and the
a separate department, where a push and energy to accomplish it.
nuinbei ot' experienced female type We present to the notice and con
writers and stenographers are con- federation of his Excellency, Gov.
stantly employed. The dark room. Fowle, the name of a gentleman
wheie the photographs ot the who is in every respect eminently
patent drawings are copied, and qualified for the position of Presi-wln-re
the photographs for the dent of the A. & N. C. R. We re
architectural department are de- f'ei to Mr. W. S. Chad wick, of Beau
veloped, is also on this floor. On fort, N. C, than whom no man in
the floor above may be found the the State is better qualified to man
editorial rooms, compositors and age the affairs of said road. Mr.
subscription room, and engravers' Chadwick is, in truth, a self-made
department. man, coming out of the army at
The Architectural Department tho age of 18 years without a dol
occupies the top ;! ..or, and here lar :ind wlth n? helP except Lis
miniver ot this own iiiuouuuiuie courage auu
al-o a number of , l'luck. he set his mark high, and
raUL'htsmen at worki.renarinf the "Taking rogemer a lew sneKeis,"
When visions of my childhood days
Steal o'er my dreaming fancies,
And thoughts of all my girlhood way?,
My bright and sad romances,
There ever comes amid these dreams
One thought where'er I roam
One recollection, flrsc. it seems,
Of thee, ray dear old home.
The shadow of tby grand oaks,
Where I have often played.
And gathered acorns by the brooks,
And little pig-pens made ;
The bough upon the myrtle tree.
Where oft, with book and pen,
I've sat and read, where none could see.
Or cared to watch me then.
The little garden all my own
With Mowers blue and red ;
The little corner, tbut was once
My father's onion bd.
For, though the garden was his pride,
That spot he gave to me.
And oft. with rnamnii by his side,
lie sloppeo , my vines to see.
My room 1 k ved it best of all.
In sad or . ilent mood :
1 there hau dreamt I now recall,
And named ;t Solitude.
Oh ! childhood hours, so short and p.ay ;
Oh ! girlhood days, so sa ) !
I live them o'er in dreams today
Iu dreama both iriste and glad
j Oh. Mother '. Angel of our home ;
I Oh, sisters ! gay and proud ;
I see them ever as I roam
A dear remembered crowd.
I see again my father's chair.
Where it baa always stood ;
I seem to see him smoking there.
On the old back porch, at Hazlewood.
"Dannel's " Choice.
Daniel Webster was out one sum
mer day near Marshfleld, busily
snooting birds, ft was a hot alter
noon in August, and the farmers;
were getting their salt hay on fhej
marshes. He came, in the. course
of his rambles, to the Greeu liar ;
bor river, which he wished to cross.
He beckond to one of the men on
the opposite bank to take him ovei
in bis boat, which lay mooted ;n '
eight. The man at once left In
work, came over, and paddled Mi.
Webster across the stream. 1 1 '
declined the payment otleied him. '
but lingered a moment to question
his passenger. '-This is Danii.l
Webster, I believe?" '-That
my name," replied the sporlsn,
"Well, now,"' said the larmei.
seems lo me, 1 declare, if I
get live or six dollars a day pleio
cases up in P.oston, 1 would not
ja wadiu over these mar.-dies i
hot weather, shoot in' lit lie ho .;
' C I Y A T 1. V. V
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.' . r i. a i olli. c
. r 1 1 f n 1,4
f. II .'I
! H. GUION,
N F. V .VI' L A 'A
i : w -
may be seen th
amf the field.
ttM Blt Pnwtdent of th Atlantic ttween Masou
sadyortk Carolina Itailroad.
A HOTXL feat expressed; his
'ntiaUction tkly : "The average
- -f -n .v ' tk i.w.ik i aaj will return Seuator
.V'tat Ik batUr i3 tronff. and soiCallum will t re-elected in Illinois
- ' loaj U l- rere i maiatAined Coke of Texas, is encountering op
ttwoaU b loroajwaable to com ., position, bat it is bheved that he
will be returned to the Senate.
Vrkansas Senator rWrrv will be
reelected. In Colorado Waleott
will iucceed Seuator Tafior. Kan
will return Seuator Plumb
In thm 1 i fHi-ii 1 f p in adnrinc th con
Ti,-t bW fnrfh (Jnaker hridcre , lnaui
road. .XotwithsUnding the hone8f- capable and
r.,rr- withdrawn l-for the to take these .laces
" TH Richmoad Weekly Times, j iMEBIt A' HISTORY II V ST UK
kariftf aborbl tb Whig, i now i WRITTEV
the 4th iuAt. hat a snggeative
article on -American history must
b rewritten." We do not propose
to follow the line of our esteemed
contemporary. It n sufficient of
All hiatoric are unre or lea
parttal. Il is doabtful whether
any mind n entirely unbiased,
deaa and opinion arc always
ior oi laa lDtlaanced by environ
ment. Iet as trust that the time
Ls approaching when a reliable and
iQtbentn American history can te
Nothing is more mudeadiug than
th recent wr histonea that have
tK-en aoattered treadcat over the
couotrv. The causes that led to
ecei n . the conduct of the Con
federate government ::i the Cabi
net r.d the held ; the formation
and equipment ot arm e . bittlea,
victories, and defeats, are groAS
mmrepreseatatoms clesined to ag
gracd re ;b Nor'h and humiliate
the Sou: h.
P.at all this .iin rda w ah the his
tory of t!. world. The victor are
the du'tatom f history, until the
atmosphere is cleared, and the sun
of truth illumiiiea the pat. Much
that win recorded a hustory has
been swept away by the inexorable
Izg.c of tacts. Once it was popular,
in some quarters, to indulge in the
defamation of soldiers of North
Carolina, ha: he who does :n now
write bim'e!f jn tgnoranitts or a
Hut the olatne of American
history ii not closed, and it is to
the i-ooin; chapters that we wish
to direct the attention of our coun
trymen. The day w;!l come in
which America will stand tefore
the world in her C'llcxssa! greatneis:
"tor breath of hrTen blessing her
(Ian ; the extremitiea of earth a'
knowledg'.ng her name; her ort.s
alir w i ; Ii t!. contributions of
commerce, tier tie.ils war-rg with
t h r Inn's of
road was completed, it has been of
ereat convenience and
Odi!ow people, and would have
been much more so hn it been
properly completed. The samecan
be laid of the road from Core creek
to Trenton, the construction of
which has given Trenton a double
daily mail and put it within eight
miles of a railway station instead
of twenty as before.
We hope our Eastern meanbers
will see that the act is not repealed,
but increase the appropriation for
the penitentiary if necessary in
order to continue these works.
Bl KEAl OK LIBOR STATISTICS.
The annual report of the Bureau
oT Labor Statistics of the State of
North Carolina, for the year 18S8,
has been published and is now be
fore us. This is the second annusl
report, and it is evident that the
Bureau has not fully attained the
purpose of its creation. Indeed it
conld not have done so in the time
that has elapsed since Us organi
zation. Mnch useful information
has been gathered, and the report
is fuller and more accurate than
could have been reasonably ex
pected. It gives abandant evi
dence of industry and capacity on
the part of the Commissioner, and
affords valuable information to the
One of the gieateat difficulties
encoantered by the Commissioner
arises from the neglect and unwil
lingnesi, of iersons addressed, to
give the information needed for
the efficient and satisfactory work
ings of the Hnreaa. It is new to
. rtcwirad at this office. It has taken
A vdif pooitiqn ia Soathern
.. JoartsJisn, od is ably conducted
' la' ft!! deprtsen ts.
. aiij ta kind of people who
SOPC tsu (Test nation cranks
""ftrsj fttooew thw ksst serviceable
Ud MKMt dangerooa. In Ibis order
: 8astOT Blsir kas Uken the thirty-"li-'-
CSUrd degree. Tn Presidest-elect
. akoold drop kin hard.''
. yst did there sxut a full
tlita ia the Diriss Word which
did BOi txpooad tkw intellect, while
; It poziSed th beart, which did not
" aiaitlpiy thersims and objects of
j taa aaderstandtng, while it fl xed
mad aimplifled tho of the desires
. MT omsjneata a re at j hasbaud
aad hla triansphs," sid Phocion's
, Wil. "TImss are say jewels," said
Can el i a to her children. My
'r trsaaarta are nj friends," said
ConsUatlae. Bat tb Christian
f aaja, Ckrut ls my ornameur. my
. JwVti, aiy treasure aad more. He
It mj HU."
' IX sendisr in the nomination ol j
. 8oJotB CXaypooi to be District
Attors7 ia Iadisna, ths President
i scat a saesaaf withdrawing the
' aoaaLaatioa of Lson O Bailey, re
i- caatly aomiaated to that position.
Tr waa every propct that
Csiwy's aoasiaation woo Id W re
Jsctad, aad this doobclM deter
" aJad the President to withdraw
OSKof tb. very stooxeat proofs
f ta dlvins exceiliu- of the
. Scilpt axes Ls that there is a har-
mC9J btvewa its devotions aad its
datles. Prayer enforce precept.
- XII that lb Scripture require as
ta do appears more reasonable and
auora dssirable sa we inoresse in
t ta spirit ol" prayer. The inapirer
I 9t ta word Is the mspirer cf
Wl hope to s Coogrej pass
prooaptly the Nicaragua "nal bill
Tbls ts sosne thing over whch there
anoald be no wrangling. A simple
aad direct act granting what is
Bee&&ary to make the enterprise
Aaaervcan, sad m no nt to c.im
snit th govern me ut to any iluanci.ii
Obligation, ls what everybody who
haaftaoaght oo the sabect w.nid
tile to see passed.
Aji exchange says : Mr Jua S.
Scott, of Manoo, S. C, well known :
aa a prominent agriraltanst, ha
WQ af pointed by tbe P.QMian
- 47oreroaoent to go to their territory
ia Eastern Asia and "i-tru" he
lababitants in cotton row.ng A
liberal salary is : taehcl t. tbe
position, all expenses are paid and
Mr. 3t:ott ls practically his own'
aaatsr in tbe work he is ' under
Krror kx n parses away, uales
Tlia gOpl wbi:h Christ acd upheld by restraint ou thought.
IU apostle preached is of perm a History tells us and tbe leawn is
. . . invaluable that the physical force
at aataority, and hence has the wbicfa pQt downtel 1B(airv
wasao aataority now that if had QAJl in thr ma:a bulwark of
aaa on gin ally presveaed by tbem. the snperst ;'. :on and Mlus'ono of
faalapoa ot Mm has not at all pis: ages
caaaced its ehaxacier io this re
w . I; is not the least advantage of
aptct, nomttsrDy whom it may fneBdshl., tn
at bv communicating
Mpreacasl is si anas permanent- oar thoaghts to another we render denture is violated, though punish
1 oa its own basi as a part of the them distinct to onrselves, and rc ment of a criminal nature is atTord
rTld ord Of God ; and it is the duce the sabjects of our sorrow and ed the apprentice when he fails to
dalT ot evrv msa to whom it
aad known to accept it as such
VT hare recived the Fort oang wife. -Horrors 1 See here.
Worta Daily Osssit of Foct Worth, ,:r-our do h" off , w'th,a
. an us whole sponge cake I left outside to
j ""- cool. Tramp: -lon t worry,
ontlar for the
We remember. tbert,wll!-llw'4-,sl,eSinne"r5e re;!,-v
to take the office. Hut the unpor-
jaest ion is, can you get
on ft es that
ill not support them! Irisini-
valne t0 ' rK3r,ant ' hae good, honest.
capable, diligent officers, and it
would be very poor economy in
deed to reduce the lees so as to pro
The fees of county officers have
beeu reduced several times since
tbe war and are now down to ''hard
pan." We know of bnt few county
officers who are growing rich, or
who are living in luxury on account
of the "fat fees" tht-y .ire getting
out of their offices.
pl.irs and general designs for the
Architect and Puildor edition of
the Scientific American, which is
published monthly, and has at
tained a widespread circulation.
The printing of the papers is car
ried on in a separate building. At
the entrance of the main office,
which alone occupies a floor epace
of ou by lii") feet, may be seen one
of Prot. Draper's reimu kable rec
eiding barometers, with which in-
runient a complete record is kept
at once embained in mercnan
tile operations and by prudent
economy together with a natural
love and tact for business, he rap
idly laid the foundation of a snug
fortune for himself, and at the
same time furnishing employment
to hundreds of men who assist in
operating his various business en
terprises until today he stands in
dependent ol the world. A fine
example of what energy and enter
prise will do for a man who has the
of the atmospheric changes. This ; nacurai K1IC 01 turning uiem io ac
barometer was built specially for con,D,,:-, . ,
the Scientific American, and it is a I u dh Mr. Chadwick President of
lemaikablv tine and sensitive as ; the ,A- ,K- lfc w?uld b,e,ex"
tended to unariotte witn mucu less
time and expense than any man in
this State. Mr. Chadwick is also a
SE ATOKI AI..
The I i l" R A L has badlutleto
say in regard to the Senatori.il eou
test in North Carolina. This has
not been because of indifference to
tbe result, but because of an un
willingness to niitagor. ie diMiu
guiihed gentlemen luie rer vices
to the State entitle thein to the
gratitude ot their cuuntrwiHii.
No one has bet n mentioned for
V . S. Senator in who.-e interests in
would not be an honor to labor,
but. as all cannot gain the glitter
ing prize, wo must select from a
casket of brilliant gems the one
tst suited to the occasion.
("apt. Alexander is a oung man
before whom the future spreads out
in ail the grandeur of mountain
scenery. There is no elevation to
which he may not aspire with the
confident assurance of standing on
its topmost peak : but let him wait
awhile, knowing lull well that
virtues like his not only win, but
retain the affectum aim admiration
Hon. Thomas ,1 .lar vis is en til led
to the warmest gratitude of every
well as a
m e ri t .
tI,nt nr t,Q uJ,a ,ir, ti,a 1 successful politician. For several
u in oi i ul uu.iiurLin uuui. i iu. i -
tdlice of the Scientific American
when we state that over one hun
dred persons are employed by Munn
- Co. on their several publications
and in their extensive patent de
Al.owacces Made by the Board of
Commissioners of Craven County
at the December Meeting, 1888.
our people, and many of them do I North Carolinian. All f us are
benefits to be de- i proud of him. and admit his ability
aot reslize the
I ri ved from it.
The report is d'vided into ii
chapters. The first and second are
devoted to reports from mechanics
and mechanical and other em
ployees, in reply to enquiries in
reference to wages, hours ol labor,
finanicial condition, etc,
1'rom the tables furnished it will
be seen that the average journey
man compensation in the principal
mechanical permits in the State is
aa follows: Ulacksmiths, 1.:S :
years be has been Chairman of the
Democratic Executive Committee
of Carteret, and there can be no
more fitting tribute than the result
of the last campaign in this coun
ty. Split by internal dissentions
with wily foes working for its dis
truction, the party in Carteret
stood in fearful danger of dissoln
tion, but Mr. Chadwick saw tbe
dunp-er in time and rec.offnizine
On account of poor outside the i te source of disaffection, with his
pour house: Win. Cleve, jr., for accustomed vim, put bis shoulder to
the wheel and the success that has
always attended his efforts did not
desert him, and the result was a
bigger majority than ever for tbe
cause of good government. We
speak of these matters merely to
show that the man we nominate for
President of the A. o- N. C. E. has
all the qualifications necessary to
make a good, elncient omcer, ana
as old Carteret has never had the
position, we are entitled to it, and
think it nothing more than sdmple
justice to lav onr claims before
Gov. Fowle and urge the appoint
ment of a suitable, practical, effi
cient officer who would give satis
faction as lar as any man could
We implore Gov. Fowle to give old
Carteret a careful hearing before
making the appointment, and if
merit counts for anything with
him, we are satisfied the result will
bo all we conld ask for.
Jan. 7, ISS'J.
tm ;lr .
Pie t . Ill
w 1 t 11
l a : t. s -ii'i. me
N i rth 'arul.n i
virtue :' !'t-r :!
8 1 ' ' . u t ' t c j 1 1: i c
brmkmasons, il Id ; carpenters.
asncltnre and herL,": ' " : mill-
wr gins. r.io; painters, ti.io;
printers, 1.U. The average price
paid fur U'.ird is i.0." : average
rent per the year, l'.oO, and the
average of latxir per dav is ten
and four-ti ft lis hours.
The thud chapter relates to ap
pienti.es. On this the report i.
r lull, aud should receive the
a re ft) I attention of the Legislature.
lie ( om m issiouer says: "I'lu.
l.i instead of facilitating the ap
pi i n' iciug of the outh of the
uu rest noted
i ci iu7i in a ' ion ,
I .iir a ait
l';c gi inns and
n rideir 'y,
A newspaper ,ik - W I : ; I r
are w.,lrilting!" and j W estri n
coti temiorar repine that an. long
aversion to pn-faiiitv alone prevent
their giving t hv rupnred ,u :' .rma
tin. - Ii
Col. Alfred M.W uddell has nobly
won his place among the foremost
men of North Carolina. A son of
genius, a soldier, a statesman and
a gentleman, he is worthy of any
position within the gilt of the
State he has ferved so well. Not
for any consideration would we
detract from his greatness and
fame. Katiier would we swell the
chorus of praise that rings out Irom
the mountains to the seaboard.
Hut, in this contest, whoever is
secon 1, Kmsom must be first.
pipial to h: e -mpetitors in the de
partiuetits ui their li:liet excel
lence, he has tin- widini that
experience alone can give, and the
intlnence that intima'e personal
his credit .
self a I w a s
1 ' i nun
ntv and a
temptation, let him kee
debt. lr. 1 ranklm ssvs
ou 1 d keep i xV h ii; t eg
ei"ndrin'e 1 1 ee from
hard for an r:n pty
e can con; maud. It is
11 insoin makes few
'erhaps ; his in.ij be to
No man ean hold him
ii readines.- lor debate.
and at the same time attend to the
duties of the eouiuiittte room, and
represent the uiieieMs ot his con
st a e to useful cal 1 1 u gs has had, 1 1 st i t ue u t s in the arious Depart
is be I le t iT. t he opposite eflVot . T he ' men ts id" t he Go vern men : . No one
aw : regarded generally with a doubts Matt. HaiinuiM ability to
feel.ug of dread toth on account of peak. for he does h e.ik. and spe.iks
the wrongs it has caused, and those wall, whenever the occasion de-
it is capable of intlicting. While i ojands it. It
the law in its terms has been a acquaintance
kind of - scarecrow," it has been wor kers in
iitm' than that. It has leen the the best posted and most iritluen
instrument of much wrong and tial man in Washington,
oppression to indigent and helpless No State m the I'liiuu is better
support of M. Harris 2.00, lor
I!. Kite 1..j0; Sarah Heritage for
M . K. Hall, insane, 00: Henry
Wells s-l.oO; Amanda Clark Lf0 :
A. Toler lor Dan Kees 1.50:
Wash Spivey for W. Conner 'r'LOO;
e!:a Ilerrington 1 J. : Hagar
I'dount lor C .es.ii- Conner rl.oO: K.
(i. Motley for IMney Drown 1 o() :
Thomas II.;; lis si. 00; P.ettio Nel
son s 1 .00 ; A. A. Lloyd $1.50 ; M.
Ilahn for Dan .McCray -si .00 ; J.
Wiley for self and family S-1.00;
Caesar I'.ecton lor II. Becton 1.00;
Mary A. Willett l.L'.i: Kleanor
Wright Sl.Uo: W. F. Pearce for
P.. C. West --r-eou: w. . I. Moore
1. ."('; Sarah Hancock -ri .o0 : Thos.
P.. I pock for 11. Daugherty aud
family s ;;.oo : ;. Luighinghonse
rlUd; Stephen Claik 1.0); Mr8.
'. Perry lor Ilannuh Hums if 1 .01) :
Harriet Spruill for Nellie Spruill
f 1 .uu ; P. A. Hussell for Thomas
Moore -fl.OU; Matilda Gunnerson j
fl.ou; Hl.'ty Piver -.Lull: Isaac
t'.rown for Hannah Potter 1 ..0
He.ekiah Davis for Penelope Tay
lor ; Hob: G. Maslev for Ma
tilda Puck S2 00; Mary Gatlin
'.0u; Mrs. 'irginia Harrison for
Louisa Paul si. oil; dabez Carter
fj.uo : Jabin Jasper for l'atsey
Shepard sl.OU; J. L. Toler for
Sinia Dunn Y1..VJ; 11. G. Mosley
for Catharine d. Smithwick 1.00 ;
.Julia Mackey 1.0U: Geo. J. Dud
ley for .lack and Mary dories 32.OO.
I he following amounts were al
.owed to claimants beiDg the same
as claimed unless otherwise stated :
J. J. Ballard keener of Clermont
bridge, 10. 00; Kachael Ireland keep
er of Willis' bridge, if 3.50; V. H.
Klhson registering voters, claimed
S5.12. allowed f 1.1 2; M. T. Bryan
coffins and bur ials, 12.00 : .J. J.
Tolson, agent, rations for poor,
fill. 10; M. M. Williams overseer
of poor, S10.U0: Mrs. M.M.Wil
liams cook at poor house, s;. 00 ;
Robt G. Mo.-ley house rent, .o. 00 ;
Dr. N. II. Street professional ser
vices, s 1 o'.OG : H. A. -Hussell listing
,u. d returning taxes of No. d towu-,-h:p,
s lO.Od : M. T. Bryan nailing
on building, 2. cents ; New
.1' i knu. iol -erti-ing, eve.
11. W. iriH-i.tt i . C. S. C
and en veli-ps for office, j
ii hn il. Trench one day at
place, Pleasant i
ill is registe
Uhat Is It .'
Kditoe Jouknal: If a man is
indicted for kissing a man's wife.
as I understand there has been an
issue of that kind in Onslow coun
tv, in adjudicating tb matter
what disposition should be taken
in the premises. Would It De a
trespass or what! I heard a law
yer at Swan8boro say it was lorni
cation and adultery in the 2d de
gree. 1 cannot think so. Others
say it is manslaughter. Please ask
some of tbe legal brethren of the
City of Elms, and give the desired
information to yonr subscribers.
The bar will answer if "Cedar
Point'" will forward the proper fee.
f 1 2 : 1
f I I";
pol 1 i n j.
niiAf t rr rhtr mat m x -ti
IS - , '
our own contemplation.
children, fur scarcely any others
have come under ita provisions."
The only protection that the law
gives to an apprentice is a civil
action for damages in case the in
r v e .
We have no amendment to sug
gest. We have not studisd the in ths Eastern part of the State.
subject in all its bearings ; but, the
i i , 1 . 00 : i
I Ul Ll O U I
2d Ward, r 1 L'2 : 11.11. Peiry regis
tering voters of .la rues City pie
emit. -I 1. 11 : Orlando Hubbs
Hegi.xtcr of Deeds. frH-s and per
diem, i."uJ.l; D. ytimsiiii. Sheriff',
summoning tales jurors, ii.oU,
boarding prisoners lor' month of
November. 12."! 2.", turnkey lees
3. -K); '. 11. Hllison lumber and
repaiis on bridge at Vance boro,
f2'.u;t: Iadd 11. Barhani janitor
oi coin t huu -e, riu (iu : ' 1-1. 11.
Meadows ,V Co . liudicines, -fid do;:
('. II. lliintei legi-teriug voters at ,
Lee's larm, rl-lo; 1. .I.TajIor'
;....,,.. '. ..I.-.- ,,, -.1, '.,r,l 1
I ll'l."a L lll (v u;ij .1 :u .nil u .uu, 1
claimed S0..2. allowed S. 04: S. ;
M. W hiMord registering voters at
thedepartments, he is i Miiciiers, a-..: 1- iiaruison
i registering . o; ers a1 v onueis,
f2.00 ; (' W. McLean i.. payment
of funds formerly in clerk's office, j
' lyl. VS. ;'... ; Geo. II. W h i t e sol ici tor i n ,
payment of fees in State cases, (all ;
term, 1 s, claimed S'jti.tit); allowed,
gStt.UU: B.G.Credie. court crier.'
12.0U: D. Stimson Sheriff', sum
moning tales jurors, ;;o rents:
ii. H. Davis officer of grand jury.
.V00 : H. ( '. Kelme baliti, fall term
of court, s- ou : II. II. .Limes baiiff',
."!. 00; II. H. dames babtT, .". 00 ;
Norris Green balilV. -S2.UU; H. B.
P.lackledge baiiff, (i.u(: Henry
Sperling, m'eies: on iinlgmeiit debt.
is admitted that in
vith the woik and
Hansom and Vance more fully
meet all tbe requirements ot North
Carolina at Wa.-hington City, than
it is possible tor any other two
men to meet t he a. .
Besides all this, Senator Hansom
resides in the right place. Other
thiBgs leing equal, one of North
Carolina's Senators ought to reside
as a Trereutiiire
A suggestive paper by Dr. C. E.
Busey, of Lynchburg, was lately
read before the Medical Society of
Virginia. He stated as a well
known fact that those nations
which wore given to the cultivation
of vocal music were strong, vigor
ous races, with broad, expansive
chests. If an hour was daily devo
ted in our public schools to the
development of vocal music, there
would not be th sad spectacle of
the drooping, vitbered, hollow
chested, roumi-shoulderpd children.
1 I'liere was too a great tendency to
sacn lice ph ical bealtli upon I he
altar ol learning. Vocal music was
a gymnastic exercise of the Jungs
by development of the InDg tissue
itself. The lungs in improved
breeds of cattle, which naturally
took little exercise and were domi.
eded much of (be time, were oonsid
erably reduced iu size when com
pared with those of animals running
at liberty; and so it was with the
human race, which led Inactive
lives from civilization.
Phthisis generally began at the
apices of the lungs, because these
parts were more inactive, aud
because the bronchial tubes were
o arranged that they carried the
inspired air with greater facility to
the bases than to the apices.
During inactivity a person would
ordinarily brentue about 4iU cubic
inches of air l'n'a minute! If he
walked at the rate of six miles an
hour, he would breathe 3,200 cubic
inches. In singing, this increased
more than in walking, as to sing
well required all the capacity of
the lungs. The instructor of vocal
music, in addition to his musical
education, should understand the
anatomy aud physiology of the
respiratory organs N. V. Medical
Jones County Items.
Quite a crowd at Trenton yester
day (Monday). Merchants appeared
to be doing a good trade and money
was passing around lreely.
Messrs. Hawkins & Ervin cap
tured a few days ago in the Pot
Neck swmp four coons in one hoi
low that weighed, when dressed 40
pouDds. Our Fair oilers a good
premium lor a live coon. Ed.j
Recollect, farmers, the new year
ts progressing. How is it with the
farm ? Don't sit on the door block
and wish for better times and lor
something good to turn up in your
favor, but roll up your sleeves,
handle the shovel and the spade,
seize the plow handles and guide it
as you ought with vim, pnsh and
energy and as sure as you live that
something good will turn up. Just
try it for 1839. Recollect the gods
help those who help themselves.
We want our people to take a
lively interest in the New Berne
Fair. Let every farmer look up
something and carry it there. We
have in our pocosins many wild
hogs, real razor backs, long snout,
porcupine bristlers. Conld not
some of our farmers trap a pair of
these and have them on exhibition
at the Fair ? They would be a
reai curiosity to many and at the
same time would show the people
the difference between tbe hogs
that had been taken care of by the
farmers and those that bad taken
care of themselves. We are certain
of one thing, they can distance as
to speed any ol your Berkshires
Polands or Jerseys. I'll wager a
big haman that tbey can out run
any negro or white hog thief in
tbe penitentiary. Let someone trap
one and send him in.
me magistrates and commis
sioners met on Monday to consult
about devising some plan to pay
ofl the old debt of the county, and
at tbe same time make an effort to
procare tbe cash to pay off the
current county orders as soon
issued. After a great deal of dis
cussion the lollowing plan was
adopted : First, to borrow in in
stallments, of live hundred dollars
each, two thousand dollars and pay
ofl all orders as soon us issued
Then petition the Legislature for a
special tax of six thousand dollars.
to be collected in three years, to
pay on old debts. The above plan
was adopted unanimously, and will
we think, meet the approbation of
every good man in our county.
have loug been anxious for them to
adopt this plan, or one similar to
it. I knew that our people were
determined,aud were really anxious
to pay up aud get our good county
out of debt, as they are all mortified
to t,ee her paper bought up by
merciless shylocks at a ruinous
discount. We must say, if wo get
this special tax of six thousand
dollars, two thousand to be collec
ted yearly, that it will not be bur
densome to the tax payers, and at
the same time levy the 60S cents
as we have done heretofore, we
win, oy paying cash aa we go, re
duce our county expenses from
$3,500 down to somewhere abont
?s,U0, which will enable us then
to continue levying within the con
stitutional limits, and not be as we
have heretofore been, falling behind
500 every year.
Stabling the "Old Hoss."
An anecdote is told of the early
days when court was first held in
Pittsburg, Penn., in a log tavern.
An adjoining log stable was used
as a jail, tbe stalls answering as
cells lor the prisoners. Judge T.
was on the bench, and in tbe exer
cise of bis judicial functions severe
ly reprimanded two young lawyers
who bad got into a personal dis
pute. A herculean backwoodsman,
attired in a red flannel shirt, stood
among the auditors mtheapart-
ment. He was much pleased at the
udge's lecture having himself
been practicing at "another bar"
and hallooed out to bis worsLip,
wno happened to Fouint ;
' Give it to 'em, pld gimlet eyes !"
" ho is that demanded tbe
He of the tlaiinel &hiit, proud ol
being thus noticed, etepped out
from among the re6t, and drawing
himself up to his lull height, vocif
erated: "It's this here old boss!"
The judge called out in a pe,
cnliarl, dry, nasal tone: '-Sheriff,
take that 'old hs.' pnt hiin in
'the stable,' and see that he is 'not
stolen1 hi fore morning."
It has beeu supposed that the
old Egyptians were unacqnaiuttd
with resin, buc a jar of tLat ib
stance has been discovered s mid
the miusol Naucratis which, ac
cording to the testimony of expert
Egyptologists who have examined
it, dates from the six century B. C
( t SIM PTIOS ( HID
An oM byii ian. r -tin ri fr p:
liiivim; i.sul piacxl :n Lis 1.. i,: 1
India nan ionaiv tie i . i r j j . .In - ' ;, -vegetable
! ein(-ily ler 1 he : .-. . m,.l p.
jnaneiit earn r 1 I uliMiiiif.i e 1 . : ri 1 1 il :
l.atarrl.. A-lLi. a an ! nil i hpml i.iel l.io
Affection-, also a phiuvi- a.-i : rh. ileal -.
for Ntrwais Jit-liility mei k,l
Complaints, iifui l.a. r..: t ! -.1
ilerfal curative jxiwets in iin ;-:o, l.-i t
cases, lies felt it hi duty to iiial- it ki.'.ni.
to Lid siifferine; fellm-. Actuate ! I.v the
motive knd a ib-Mi-H le lelievn ln.tn.O! Mil
feriug. I will send frto of chore, inn,
who dt sire it. this recipe m i . r- uu.
French or KoUhh . iih (nil lii -i..t. f.r
prepariDg and using. S. ist l.y ihh.1 t y
ilrfKirg with stamp, n;iiinn:r tie r'"'
W. A. N.iyi-.s. 149 I'ow, r s lih.c',;. Heel,-
ter, X. Y. cot 1 w ; v
- h rrl for ai y i iw
. h '' U tlf lolMCllM.
' ' or i nrM W
. . - i n V r I 11 1 '1 I .1 Vr
1 . , N UN- I I lei I y c, ,n, .
iur-: i-i-' utile, and
e , r- ! h l l o 1 1 . I .a i y lo 1 l h
.- eollleil pllln. V t-or
i r.t- w it t of ctni u I r i ! i u
f Ui-i 1, Ml' ill rt till fUlt U !
( I A I I , Mi'J W Mul
1 hi I.
1 'I ' I I
Hi. ; 1
i ufk:it, Now
n; 'Jl ilwlf
r SSI.N , ). '; i ) .-. K.
'- 1.1 II ( ' Mi 1 I ". It H ( "1. ,
.'.i-rn. N. ' .Ian 2. 1H"9.
K AT1-' T K .M.EKlH TD
. i " i . . lo.N.
IN THE ESTABLISH MKN I' "i
" Bell The Jeweler "
Will conviDCO ftcy nun that w o have ill
stock the LaigeFt, Moft Varied, :ui(i
Complete Line of Diamond.. Vatchen.
Fine Jewelry. Slvr-Wnre Fancy
Lamps, I3urmept (io!d in 1 Siiv.-r Ileud
Canes in the State.
It will be to buyers iuun '. i-
our goods before purrhai tig .
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
o i ... k i '. r 1 1 ' t he n lio vp from
your i.i ( loldchnr.) Mllleluru
on .! ,i i , i . ili K'.th and l?th. kmm1
tort: .i.i i . 1 1 niii:uv .' 1 -1 . i ni'l iimi v .
: Mori h.-ii ! i il y .. 8-4.00
I WiMui". i . :t 70
i Ni poi . K 70
H.iv. '.. k 8 K.r
; i 'm,.i ,,n it (io
j Kivi r.l.-ile . H 00
j New I'.jite- . L' 05
, Tuniitora - 40
i lore ( it . 1 'J 10
I)over 1 7-"i
( 'an we! 1 1 00
Kinftnn 1 JMl
Falling ( leek 1.00
I ,a ir.-tiiK .10
I'.e-ts . . r.o
I e ' I r:n ( 'l.idp S I.J tll.l..
Aii amenta for ow iiprs w . ott. i f. -r ki.
eaey and acCLinnnoihitm t.-inih the i
log il eacrioi tl tnii-Tovea R.-a i s s-n;,
Clly Of Ne t Hem :
No. 1. WHAkl- l'Kfii'I-KlY AT I Ni.)N
POl NT ; in Cl nil PS the piec- (,r mi, ; n,,..,-n in
"THElSl.AMi " aro 1 h- n hm I or ui.ni ai
leacHun thereto fmm 1 hk-I hrmil -t .i
AlftO, water Sfnice no,- Imiiic v 1 ! . . 1 'e Im.
location 1b t he 1m at In 1 he r , 1 f..r i :imi;
faclurlng purposes. wlnl. vh. luiei t . ,;ift
vlaltliiMl our waters liave ample iie.i;! o!
water for ionilti-K and unh-nUiriK n i t hi
wharf. No. J TWO IlfilSK.K AM I.O'ls A!
UNION h-ol.NT. oeeup'ed an ow .llliit.h.
No. 1!. llAIU'hV WHAKK l i'Jil'l-.!. I
lucluili us pai t of wrIi-i fr.-rit of Lot n.. I .
in the pluu of the ciiy I con .m. ,-rij
la located a comihio(1:hiih I.-:, k w . ... i i..
The O. I) t. S. uu- po; i 'oi, i r n. i- i i
erty. No, I. THK IKON 1 K'l.M' 1 All J !! I'M
ON (;KAVt N HIKHH.
No. 5. II RICK' f'lnllK A N ! 1 W I-' 1 1 '
ON I'KAVKN M'itKl-.l ... , i. i...! . y 11 i. (-.
A full deiieri pt lor of a!u;i' jmm,. r
ty. together with : he n.-bl tei ihh : . n "I. . u
tbe same win he ao:.l, wll tie tui.-i i- i-it i
appllratlon to the uiulf-i k1;: ; e.l u : I t i r i II.
m.Souih Flout htiet
W .A !-S' '.' , s i ICI- I .
decfidwtf Ina and Ueni 1 uu- ,i . t -i
i H. in
A Hat of 1:0) newji per-. i .
STATUS AM SUlll.N- ul : I., 1 1
To those who wiint ttielr ii u.-rl'i-l
pay, we can oiler no Pet i er e -il i m lor i uo r
ougii ami etfective work ili.ii ti- hii-.ii-i
seolloua of our Mclrrt I.oinl , I.i
GEO I. ItOW K.I.I, cS; '.
Newspaper Anveri ikihk liuiedti.
notlS dw 1 m in Hnruce kii -t . ,v . vj York
Piso's Cure for Con
sumption is also the best
If you have a Cough
without disease of the
Lungs, a few doses are all
you need. But if you ne
glect this easy means of
safety, the alight Cough
may become a serious
matter, and several hot-
ll ties will be required..
Ila .ri 1'Hiidan l is receiving vcry day
haroi- no parlor mm, chamber aeta,
limvj ualritit. lure.iui-. wardrobes,
II ; :; t ' l - . ch:i i H I 'iitiff 4 aofaa, to.,
1!- - .-. In e 1 i,.,,,,, -, wi 1 k
of '.iil-'eal .. mini. ikl-li-i 1 iltenua,
etc , w I 1 e ii mi- neiit aie! 1 1. 1 -1 . n I lal .
Iri-.-s K-ylit l)..n .;! k
linl 1 0111 .
aeC d w M i.l.i 1. i-t . New IWrio.
f Jri TO 6 I'lVf w
M'M MBMAirirUi "
Ejf If ra nl7 ly lh
li'llnBi Chsmlal St. "' "
' ( '
. 1 n.n Id tba
. . -uurr Uira and
: 1 r -.rrib Itaa4
, a icectni)d
i. nil aufrrra.
i.i iiii;r, M.D..
1 ' : I l.llll,
s. . I l.y Inuftrlala.
nt , New ll rue,
may 2 dwl j
WARRANTED 5 YEARS
low r' '"" man:
AS U I v a.Baall .3 I
P!o'8 Remwly for -L'aia rrh 1 the
Bst, Easiest to Use, anu Wjeapeftl.
Sold by drufKintn or sent hj' mall.
50c. E. T. ilazeltine, Warren. Pa.
FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL
IN TOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE TOU PIT ORE CENT.
High-Arm Machine has ael fretting alii,
a-ir-lhrnllnar ahnttl. It aolMlMW
ll(hl.niunlii(, haathr llnrat at lacl
menLa, in a velvet-lined ea. Doa't pay
agrnt3 $ - ; or f.b, but &rnd for (ircuiar. KnuaHr.
wr puaiintrr: our machine equal to any high prioM
aol.-jic tiie niarLet. AdJreu
l ilt t . A. WOOD CO., - -
17 8rUU St., I'bU4eItU, Vm.
Owing to the SrAHTITV o
Money and TKESKNT If A III)
TIMES we offer the follow intr Low
Prices on Thanksgiving Supplier :it
61 At 63 Broad street:
Citron, 25 cts.
Layer llairsins, 15al.S cts.
Off Stalk Raisins, l'Jial.") c.
warrants, o lbs. lor ctn.
Prunes, 3 -lbs. for L'5 ct.-.
Mince Meat, 10 cts. lb.
Malaga Grapes, 15 cts. 1!.
Evaporated Apples, 10 ctr-.
Dried Peaches, 15 cts.
Cranberries, 10 cts. (jt
3 lbs. Pie Peaches, 10 cts.
3 lbs. Stand. Peaches, 15 cts.
3 lbs. Stand. Tomatoes, 10 cts.
Sweet Mixed Pickles, 20 cts. t.
We have a full line of Thanks
giving and Christmas Goods
at very low prices. We guarantee
all goods as represented, best quality.
Call aud 6eo us. Goods ilcl:vn l
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER,
lnc for terms an 4
Tf ycii lcsirctopurcliajoaewlD(rmachlna.
dirt'in at, your piaco lor icrma anq
prices. 1 f you cannot Una our agwit, wnui
ii.sk mil pirt'iit at your p
lin-ct U nearest arviresj to you petow pumed
-nv HOME XW, HACl!!ME O.0RANCE.MASS.
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Two old fiiend.s met. ''Let me
k3e," 6iid one, '-it mpst be two
years siiice i saw yon last, John.
Yoii were going into a jewelry store
to buy a diamoud riDg."
"Yes, I remember."
'And where are jou going nowf"
'-I'm going into a grocery store
to buy a codfish."
U:ivs in cnlil wpiitlir n:irm
im!X)rtaDCof a wlie and jast ap- ,he hita be(ore vo t tuem m
tt'XCvlaaa, tixtaea pg Prr ! mam ; lhat d-as's toazber than he P'ntic ijittm n too evident to vonr horsa's month, or else try misrelleneous,
TtK4 18 ih Cit J et Fort Wertfc, j lock. H kn at anythlnt-" I require protrsvctxl debate. It Is an them on yonr own tongne first jail feet, 1 r.7. 15
PecApitulation : Atnuunt for the
month support of poor 273.1'.') :
department of justice. 1;1.41 :
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A SAD STORY.
1 lit) cbiM cougLed. TLe uiolher ran.
No remedy was near. Before morning llm
our little bufferer wg dead. Moral: Al
ways keep Dr. Acker's English Remedy at
band. For sale in Sew Berne by K.
by s an unpaid Bub.scription
bill like a bottomless chair ! Chorus
of country editor: "Because it
WHY H OMES FA DE.
Women lose their lif anty because cold
undermine their life. Dr. Acker's English
Ktmedy fcr Contu aiption ia tn absolute
cnie for colds. For sale by H Ferry
iln ggist, New Berne. N. ('.
The Earliest Pea in the World.
Besides being: the EARLIEST, is the IIAUIMKST mid MOST
PRODUCTIVE variety ever introduced. IMaiit them und sc- tli.
MARVELrOUS result. Sold only in our loaded settled 1-1usi I
sacks. Per bushel, 9 4.50. Ton bushels 4.15 per bushel
1 BUISTS PREMIER EXTRA EARLY PEA
The STANDARD VARIETY with MARKET GARDENERS.
Per bushel, $3.75. Ten bushels, 3.50 per bushel. Send for
our SOUTHERN GARDEN MANUAL, for 1888 just Issued.
ROBERT B4J I ST, Jr., Seed Grower, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
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