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rIIVu r I X i:)KPI;XI)ENT I1ST ALL TEE 1 1ST G S. Ton-x.B.oo ior v.r.
VOL. XI. NEW BERNE, CRAVEN C 0 U NT Y , X . C, MA RClTT , 18811. NO.M9.
" -T m- 7TTZ TT. Tl -
TCJ7 rr n
i mm a tw "aw.
Fci-ViiAStri tp!nl. Dlpstioa Disordered Utbt.
i - ' BOU BY AIX DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Trtvri only by THOSJJ EEOHX, St. Helen, Laiic-Ir England.
VRT JP. jLLX,E2T & CO.. Sole Agents
ros oircs mn. w jt c i-v n. x., iew toek,
WV (If yoor dnjjjrrst does not kerp thrm) w-.'.l mail Bccrum'
Fil Oft rtctipt of price ti ijiri Jirtt. (PI else mention thii paper.)
C?rtBrp ierttofbre uWtia g
" SIomwTUUiar to! th Inn nauis of
r-t-n Un;J. Atisharr ind
KOLi.D is greatly strengthen
lng her navy.
IlAEBiso- la at the Arlington
Hotel, WuhiDKtoD. .
Tax collapse of th rrnell pros
ecution iff ms to be compltte.
Two cotton mills are to be mored
from Philadelphim to Alabama.
Tims will be called on Cabinet
peculations on the 4th of March.
Washington City is on a boom, sued Ins
I And huudrtfda el" houses are uudt-r
J eon tract.
i Tuk Jutrnal ha maintained
i ail aloujf that Blame will dominate
the new administration.
Sthoxo opposition to the ap
, pointment of Wlndom to a Cabinet
IKxsition is manifested in Repubh
A C0KEKSP05DE5T at San Sal
vador, Congo, says that Henry M.
Stanley was killed in an
tv in Vile
hi; profesioniup nt
Kevpixski an AiiMrir;in
jact. l m mt. r to S: 'cri.i bv
Prussian govern men t
A I.ARii K Ktim.in ('atl.oiu' c;i
thedriil w.is imbhcly ded :ci: rd at
Hong Kong on I'eeein tn-r 7:!i. It
holds 4,00 people arid cost
PRESinENT ('Ll'.VKI.ANP li.iS is-
proclaiint 10:1 i tiling the
Ssuate to meet in xt.i s(.-iiii on
the 4th of March. T:i;s is probahly
his last oflieMl iroc l.ini i' iou.
THE World .s.ijs : "How true ir
is that pvei t lr. :i comes to the
honest statesman who wait. Mr.
Parnell's vindication is as raud ae
a sunburst a!rr a mountain
prepared an exhau.-tiv e
WHERE TO BUY TKOUSERS.
A Charlotte firm baa an order for
1.000 pain of trousers for a Raleigh con
cern Raleigh hai some most judicious
buyers Charlotte Chronicle.
Snppose a New Berne concern
wanted to bay trousers in Char
paigu must be a perpetual stain
upon oar national escutcheon.
But, leaving ont the atrocities ol
that campaign tor which there cau
be neither apology nor atonement,
what credit can attach to Sheridan
Judging from the past the for the defeat of Kosser at Tom's
railroad charges would prohibit aDy Brook! Every soldier of both
each innovation. A merchant here armies knows that the Federal
undertook to handle cotton presses cavalry led before Kosser through
made in Charlotte, but he was soon ti10 length and breadth of the
given to understand that he was Shenandoah Valley, and onlv
in forbidden territory. Newspapers turned to gh him battle -when
are constantly cqiuk out, uunu their forces on tn u .a beied h
factories, build factories: become to one.
independent of the North and Tue yrnu-i of ;L;s article
Wefct, yet when our people build General Custar soon after tin
lactones ana uuueriaKe lurougn aml talked freelv with him
their representatives to compel the gard t0 the vallcv campaign. We
railroads to treat them fairly, we iSaij t0 liin .vhy you not
find these same papers taking sides fight us wht,n we (llv,.Ved y.ni battle
with the railroads and encouraging at Martitrsburtr .'" His re;! v v.- ..
them to break down home insti- i.we j1;ui nI,v three to vmir cue
who has tutions by giving manufacturers in that day. and' we knew that by tail
paper on other States advantage in freights. jug iMcic wo could get seven to
Oil painting, teacher at Kinsey
School, SI. 00.
Oil painting. Miss Annie Berry,
Hand painted firescreen. Miss Mamie
Amyette, .Si. 00.
Water co or flower. Miss Annie H.
Myers (c o. Mr. E. B. Roberts) $1.00.
Pairjtinj? on bolting cloth. Miss C.
Water color landscape. Miss Bogart, :
SI. 00. i
Water color, Miss Nan Roberts. 81.00. j
Crayon portrait, Miss Mace, 1.00. j
Painting on porcelain, Mrs. E. B. El
Jr'eathtr v, ork, Mrs, J. A. Simpson,!
SI 00. .
Decorated vase, Mrs, E. B. Ellis, !
framed picture. ,
Bet panel, Mrs. E. B. Ellis, lamp.
Crayon drawing, to pupil of Kinsey
School, Byron's poems.
Largest and handsomest variety of
hand painted decorations, first premium
awarded to Miss Clara Justice, 5. 00.
Pretty variety of hand-painted decoration:-.
Miss Jennie Hughes, silver basket.
' Pest collection of quail, not lees than
12, Geo. Debruhl, $10.00.
Bestswao, Wm. Uaskill, S3. 00.
Best loon, P. J. Delamar, $1.50.
Beet wild turkey, J. N. Foscue, ?2 50;
2d best, Mrs. C. E. Slover, $2.50.
Best exhibit equirrels, W. B. Planner,
deer, W. II, Whitehurst,
rabbits, W. F. Roe, $2 00.
muskrat, Jas. Duffy, $1.00.
" wild cat, W. B. Planner,
' fox, J. B. Lane, $5.00. j
coon, P. F. Bates, $8.00. j
" ODOssom. J. L. Hawkins.
$2.00. Every pair warranted.
" 'lying squirrels, W. B. ; We have a lare supply of Florida
Flanner, $2.00. j Cheroots and Proclamation Clean
mink. J. M. Pate. 815 00. These goods are bought by ub direct
otter (dead), J. E.Perkins, i from the 1-actory
Look To Your Interest!
Farmers, Country Merchants and thm
Trade generally are Invited to oall aad
examine our stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
We always keep in otock tbe 01 S
State Prison and Parson
Boots and Shoes.
mink (dead), R. Gray,
Best pair live mocking birds, James
Four legged turkey, Jas. W. (Jibbs,
special premium, sack flour.
Best thoroughbred boar, any breed.
Crayon sketch, horse's head. Master I brad how -! on '
ifeS" RnufT at Manufacturer' Prloes.
(HT No trouble to show goods.
Sour A. Front ., iVstc Bms,It. O.
engage- tbe American public .-chool system, Cau Charlotte put a box ol trousers your one.
is strongly in favor of parental its in New Berne for as little freights it,"
Vu dT dswiTsd by mttul cn5nt.
ABE O ET T NGER.
SOI. OKTTINCt EH.
Bsfsrrisc sbT aoties hg to ianoanc ta'. ":--
ViUM aad aar4 adopted ia oU irm aunt of
aai (2iiaaiAa4:rat tTod ptrong? extended to ns and our
' tiM Jiailisr w bf a tame f Jr the future.
W ar rvparI la Kt-t fHetsds and ar- wll fuppiied with seasouable
fnt-tw nu aa
MWbbla. Hsar; il.-w Pork
10O bbU. Floar,
44 bbls. UdIm,
25 bbb. Lorillard Saaf.
1(10 Witt OU faskatio Tobi--100
25 bbl. Saxar.
5O0 baaksU IL P. Sd
ZAH) babis Wtm om.
'Zi balsa AUaianc Plaid,
10CO iossa Coal's Spool Co! ion.
Aad a (saoral atook ot DEY OOODS n Kaoa':-:- P:
ABK AND SOL. 0ETTINGER,
ment near. Mangamba
Arkansas proposes to establish opposed to public school contn
a bureau of mining and maaufac- pupils
taring, and appropriates 113,000 "Bismarck has informed the
for carrying out the object. Prussian Diet that there can be no
Tnis is said to be a dull time trouble with this country over
with the newspapers, this may be, Samoan affairs, and now the rjues
, bat some of them are making it tion 1?, Does the Diet agree with
pretty lively for their readers. Bismarck."
4ilN China people in eaay ciroum- "A newsi-ai ek advertisement
i sUice bur their coffins lonr before drops the same thought
they need tbem, and exhibit them
aa ornamental pieces of furniture
and we preferred to do
as a trousers maker in New York ?
I f not, why not T r '
the same tuoucut into a
thousand minds at almost the same
moment. This is one characteristic
Confidence is freely expressed , o( itM Pwer au1 npriority over an
j that the great victory of Parnell I other advertising mediums. "
'and Gladstone over the London j While delighted by the large
Time will secure the triumph of , attendance at the l air, we sadly
Home Kale. ; missed a number of expected golden letters destined to immor
VnTBrifl. bke snreju. quests , anion g t he m I )r K i ngs bury tality.
Thu strictly original expression,!
has tta origin in tbe praaent condi-'
tion of the East Carolina Fish,
We propose to consider, very
brietiy, North Carolina's attitude
towards the general government.
I'rom tlie adoption of the Federal
Constitution North Carolina has
been true to her plighted faith. Al
ways conservative, she has not con
sidered it consistent with her
character to emblazon her deeds,
or magnify her achierements, but
in the long roll of illustrious men
who have given honor to Ameiica
the names of her sons appear in
Walker, 5? 1.00.
Best made dress, by hand, Miss Jennie
Burru?, si 00.
Beet made apron, Mise Mary Dawson,
.Second beet made apron, Miss Bayard
Morgan, 50 cents.
B.-bt specimen of darning, Miss Mattie
Nash, Si. 00.
Best outline embroidery. Miss Lena
hte-t knowledge of Dail, 50 cents.
oecuuu uesc outline embroidery, Mies
Sabituon, age four and a half years, (care
Mr. M. P. Sabiston), 50 cents.
Best crochet toilet mat, Miss Mamie
Duffy. Si (.0.
Bet child's socks, (care G. Allen &
Co.. No. 319), SI. 00.
Best patchwork tidy, Miss Daisy
Guthrie, SI. 00.
Best ecfa pillow, Miss Mary Dawson,
Bert tatting, Miss Jennie Watson, felt
Now, Custar was a gentleman as
well as a soldier, and it wa:j evi
dent that personal courtesy entered
largely into bin replv. but no man
having the sli
the facts, has ever placed tie rela
tive strength of the armies in that
campaign at le.-s than three to one.
And, when it is remembered that
the cavalry was the weakest arm of
the Confederate service, and the
strongest in Sheridan's command,
Best boar, not thoroughbred, C. H.
Best boar, not thoroughbred, S. W.
Ipock, $2 00.
Best pis, under 10 months old. not
less than 5, Dunn & Willett, 85.
Best pigs, under 10 months old, S. II.
Largest fat hog, not les than 400 lbs.,
Jas. A. Bryan, $5.00.
SHEEP" AND GOATS.
Best thoroughbred buck, Joe Steven
son, $3 00; best thoroughbred ewe, $3. 1
Best native ewe. Dunn & Willett, S3 ,
Brick! Brick! Brick!
some idea may be formed of the
disnarifv in nnmhprs in the rav.drv tidy
Haskitt, Si 00.
Miss Bertha D.
JC 1 I w i i.i a
K15STOX, Jaaaarj T, IS).
Game and Oyster Association.
I "Tubzad froaa the fiber of the
nettle is now span so fine that sixty
milea of it weighs only two and a
half pounds. The same fiber hM
for some time been used in Earope
in the manufacture of ropes."
of the Wilmington Star, and Mr., In the tlajs of secession she was
Blount of the Wilson Mirror. reluctant to love the Union, but,
It is said to be an tctual fact wh en the alternative of dishonor or
that a society ot well to do yonng disunion was presented to her, she
women ha been formed in New threw her sword into the scale of
York for the systematic study of her rights, and made honor the
the Constitution of the I'uited lasting heritago of her children.
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Livery Stable.
States, and of t he time and condi
tion that led to its adoption.
An exchange savs Mrs. Mackev
some new gowns
When the clouds of war passed,
she addressed herself to the sacred
demands of doty eliminated from
her bosom the bitterness of section
al animosity, and kindled the fires
i . . . i i
TrtK Ponnlar Science Monthly wcu nul""
.i... .i k .. . .j.,. , in Paris, which are described as
surpassing an previous euorts oi i- u
modesty. i.ie is of old rose satin. oftt)e L nion.
I bar rsoaissd TWO MORE CAR
WBMb WWTS mLs1 by ss iad
Aniaaa I dsal oaiy witJk rslUble men
aou i stock
IX)AD3 Hors ind Mulss,
with great car-e. In making my
and Kt nothing but good aad
Will taka c1saut in showiaz tou through mj Stables and
"road Street, -New Berne, N. C.
sect, and that four-fifths of its
mores axe made to exercise itself.
We shoald like to bare the flea and
the bed beg investigated. Datroit
"The asesament of property in
the Southern States has increased
from 2,3o7,W7,466 in 1TTG, to
f 3, tiS 1, 740, 94.5 in 1S6, an increase
of a little over G4 per cent. Florida
leads with iin increase o( 211 per
cent ; Texas a good second, with
107 per cent; Arkangaa, 77 per cent,
the rest varying from Virginia IS
per cent, to Alabama GO per cent.
Norfolk Virginian : The succes
sor to V. 8. Minister Bragg to Mex
ico begins to be a matter of interest
in that country. General Bragg
anticipates speedy removal, and
both among Americans. and Mexi
cans the belief is prevalent that
Mr. Walter Blaine is the coming
man. Letters from that country
say he would be well recived.
war than that fuir.ishcd in the
Accepting the amendments to
the Constitution in the spirit in
which they were adopted, she threw
her protecting aegis over all her
(of nano rr- idinnt rorarH t r i i r'l on
' Shenandoah allev.
color or previous condition,'' and '
w:th heroic resolution moved for
ward towards her high destiny. If
she has not reached the summit of
fight at Tom's Brook. Indeed we
of the South did not consider it a
battle at all only a reconnoitering
party driven back by Sheridan's
General Long, in his admirable
memoirs of Kobert V.. Lee. places
Early's maximum strength in this
campaign at 1.000, while that of
Sheridan exceeded 40,000. At the
battle of Winchester, Early could
not bring into the field more than
7,000 troops of all arms, while
Sheridan's cavalry alone numbered
more than 'J,00. The affair at
luma wn. c.wV Best hand WQrk MiB8 Lula Ewell,
month later, when in all probability glass set.
Kosser conld not muster 1.000 men. T cl-ijxaky dlpastimst.
Largest collection of cakes, Mrs. J. A.
If the Mail and Express hopes to Meadows, S2.C0, to be returned; second
eBtnblisb 1 1, o n np ri or i t v r, f North- largest collection of cakes. Mrs. C. E.
ern soldiers over those of the South
Best knit stockings, care Mr.trowder.
Be-t button holes, Miss Julia C. Russ,
Best pencil sketches, Mr. Claude Foy,
Beet penmanship, Miss Lulie Ives
Beet hemstitched handkerchief, Mise
Bayard Morgan, 50 cents.
Best article of wearing apparel, Miss
Julia Bryan, gold ring.
Best article of wearing apparel, Miss
Ada Burrus, gold ring.
Second best article of wearing apparel,
Miss Carrie Arendell, muffler.
Best bread, Miss Laura Scott, 50 cents.
Best jellies, Mias Bayard Morgan,
Best wine, Sarah Bryan, col., (care
Mrs. Geo. Henderson). 10 lbs. flour.
J. B. uick.
Best varietv cakes, Mrs. J. A.
it must select some Other theatre Of Meadows, hanging lamp; second beet
variety cakes, Mrs. C. L. clover, set
Best fruit cake, Mrs. C. E. Siover,
" Best bread. Miss Prances Taylor, silk
K copied a little cote from Dr. umbrella; second best bread, Mrs. M.
fiuston and failed to give
the Smith (care Mr. Baker), clock
proper credit, and now a Baltimore ri;trhpr ' ' '
her ambition, sue has Kept tne taitn, paper, that had published the same Best collection breads,
and is entitled to the triumphant note, goes into spasms because a
acclaim, "Well done, North Caro- thlrd paper published ir as from
lma " the Journal. We take our hat
Why them should we be appre- 0ff to Dr. Huston, and extend
sympathies to our brother.
hensive of the future T He who sur
veys a body seamed all over with
FOR THE NEXT
i r f .., . l." . .
An exchange says : The pencil . icreuc-, ''f'""'" ''i'""-"!""
wood indastry oi Florida has grown : church, recently in session at Roan
to very large proportions during ' oke- Va- addres-.l a large audi
the pst twelve months. Four ; ence 0Q Southern Education. The
rnmni.. ar n - nir, a. 1 tram ' NOTt h . Said the BlsllOp, WHS the
and profitable business. The saw-
amf rt r Ka rarinni rr ilia f K pnn h. 6FP(1 A
reservoir in which was being gath
dangerous foreign element.
out the Scat is In demand, and Aue puiest -vme. .can
has advanced twenty-five per cent fonrul :n tlu' s ,:i;h- lu! dul
not know t,u; tne people 01 me
South ought to thank Cod they had
in value within a year.
covered with white lace, and
Studded with 10,000 worth ot
A coKiinku's i :ry in New
Koehelle, N. V., r an investiga
tion into the h.r.h 1 f an infant,
reached the ceuclu 10:1 that "the
child came to its d-.-ath 0:1 January
31, IS.S'J, through the ignorance of
its mother and her husband, from
causes unknown to the jury."
"It is an interesting fact that
the majority t Presidents have
had blue eye- Mr. Harrison's
eyes conform to this rule Mr.
(M...1,.J'. . ,,.... .
-'-.uuBr -c u.u-u a --io.honorab,e wonnds wou,d b,ash tQ
those of Arthur. WUham Henry i ghriuk ftt th(j mere 8U8picion of ap.
Harrison had dark eyes. President proaching evi. rftther woud he ac.
Pierce's eyes were intensely black,. tfae past as secnn fQr lhfl
as n ta uio udii . iuuiurt.i rjciuiuii o r, , . ... . - .
luiure, auu 011111c uu uaugei ilu forbidding, and
the confident assurance that while - shared
Bishop John 1. Newman, who it may inict temporary suffering, figure was eveu inferior to that of , ""
presided over ttie uginia .on be win rise 8nDerior to its influence iociore, uaing kineti nis anu.gon- ned fruit. Mrs. K. R. Jones, $1.50.
and stanfl Prppr in the ponpionsnps 1SL lu ' UL1 ' a',J""' LU luP UUKC uciiectionoi jellies, Mrs. J. A. aimp-
and stanu erect in the conciousness for bjs iuterest and protection, son. SI. 00.
of his manhood and the supremacy knowing it was the onlv channel ' est Pic5j'e preserves, Miss Hannah
of his power. through which he could obtain a CIarK- Si. 00.
1 , & r,,, , , , , , Bei orang? preserves, Mrs. Wooten,
North Carolina has nothing to pardon. 1 he duke readily engaged Fort Barnwell. Tennyson', poems,
fear from a change of national ad- 1D hls fne,ld's lnterest and tairly Bett .ineapple preserves, Miss Manly,
. . . ... rallied the king into a compliance, cake.
ministration. She is superlative in After the kin- had linished a lit ot tsst p-ach preserves, Mrs. Wahab,
her intpprifv. and snnrpmo in hrr i.,ni,t0r ,a ;,-,, ,...,1 ,.,-.-.n,. naif dczt-n cans of tomatoes.
"O - 7 . laiiULCl C. U A M t. U Li 1 AW(iil : I WUJ-
allegiance to the Constitution and ise, he inquired of Boclore what
the laws. could possibly make him so strenu-
. ,, a, ,, ,, 1 ous in his intercession. "1 will
hat then! Shall we all be- . ,, , ,
tell vonr ruajestv said the laceti-
come Republicans and fall into line ous 'duke: ''-If 'he had Miilcred. 1
with the administration T No, not should have been tin
hair was red."
Best pastry, Mrs. L. S. Crawford, half
dozen cans baking powder.
Excellent bread, Mrs. E. B. Roberts,
diploma: excellent bread, Mrs. Clay
Best pepper catsup, Mrs. C. E. Siover,
SI. 00; best tomato catsup, SI. 00.
Best green tomato pickles, Mrs. K. R.
Best jar cucumbers, Mrs. Claypoole,
Best jar mangoes, Mrs. John Hughes,
best pepper pickles, diplomas.
Best vinegar, Mr. D. Hurtt, 81.00.
Best collection preserves, Mrs. H. J.
Another nobleman, whose Kennedy (Pamlico), S3. 00.
' ' . . . . 1 n 1 I n a. ; nn n .n.f lira
sn. Si. 50: good collection can-
A Good Reason.
The Duke de Boclore, the favo
rite wit and buffoon of Louis XIV.,
was in his person far from agreea
ble; his countenance was rather
his titrure lll-
7e will sell the balance of our Stock of
Clothing at Cost. We wish to make room for
our Spring and Summer Stock.
Kinn hnrn t,l ri r 1. 1 1 t. T '-i t n m '1 C
ambition of the Penitentiary Board
to make their institution self- The World says : The Pharisee Republicans, but North Carolina in France.
supporting should give way to the in politics is an off ense equally to patriots, ready to support whatever -
deeire of the honest laborer and 1 true religion and to common sense, tends to extol the honor of the na- Stonewall Items.
mechanic to cam bread, provide And the assumption of men who tion and promote the interests of
ugliest ni an
Good collection preserves, Mrs. S. B.
Be.-t home made wine, Mrs. J. Hughes,
Best honey, Mr. Bud. SI. 00.
Bert honey comb, Mr. Bull, $1.00.
Best 5 lbs. N. C. butter, Mrs. Ham
ilton. S2 00.
The weather is co'
decent clothing and shelter for his raised or contributed to au enor- the State. The same considerations enough to save pork, acd no licking
wife and children. Even the real mous corruption fund to carry the that will induce us to sustain the :
of a new Governor should not be election, but 'didn't want to know' administration when it is right, will 0n potato planting.
K HOWARD & JONES.
permitted to outran the public dis
cretion. The World says : When the col
ored man becomes educated and by
ability, la teres t and training is
capable ot joining intelligently in
the ousineaa of government, he haa
how the money was used, that their impell
party monopolizes the virtoe and wroDg.
to oppose it when it is On the 21st inetant, ac the resiJt nee
or tne oriae, near urantsDoro, iirs.
Ardently desiring the
Sallie Rowe and S. II. Harris were
patriotism of the country, and that prosperity of the whole country, married; Elder B. B. Albritton ofii-
Gocd butter, Mrs. McAdams, 10 lbs.
Adams. 10 lbs. llour.
Good butter, Mrs. H. C. Whitehurst,
10 lb3 llour.
Best chow chaw pickles, Mrs. Clay
pool. Si. 00.
5 lbs. suet, Mr. Chas. Nelson, SI. 00.
Contribution to culinary, Mrs. Wind
Contribution to culinary, Mrs. French,
Amateur display of taxidermy, Swin
their candidate is the 'chosen mes
srnger'' of Providence, is too offen
sive to pass without rebuke."
"The difference between a using
North Carolina will be true
herself and true to the Cnion.
The Bergner & Engel
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
IS Ulf QUXSTION'ABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant,
just as much right to a part ot it and a sitting sun is again lllustrat-
aa the whitest citixen. There is no ed at Washington." 1'sually the
place for a mere color line in a re- higher honor is awarded to the new
public of equal citizens. And we Preeident, as the rising sun. But,
do not perceive that there is any this is not always the case, l'er
greater disposition to draw it at haps the most conspicuous instance
the South than at the North. of the sitting sun'.-, receiving the
LoUISvilli Courier Journal : higher honor was presented when
THE VALLEY CAMPAIO.
We do not intend to rekindle the
The repeal of the tobacco tax with
us is now only a question of expe
diency and party policy. We are
ready, and the Democratic party is
re-dy for tbe repeal of the tobacco ecno
tax, provided men who have clothes
to buy, and axes and saws, men
who have houses to build and
barns to construct and cattle to
feed, are similarly favored. That
Andrew Jackson gave ''ace to
Martin Van Buren. Win l'.uren
was received with great respect,
while Jackou was cheered to the
As indicating the probable in
tiuenee of Mr. Blame in the admin
imtration. note the following re- guage used by Gen. Rosser in his
marks of Gen. Harrison: Some address. We do not controvert the
On the 24:h in?r.. at the residence of
Mrs. Sarnh E Ives, on Chapel Creek,
Elder B. B Albritton and 1l,o ludy
named were married.
Charles Spruill has contracted with
R H HrtTfpr fn hni!d f(,r ri i m n enm-
tires Of war, nor do we propose to fortable residence in our place, and has
permit the South to be misrepre- commenced work. I: will be quite an
, , , addition to our place,
sented when it is in our power to , , t .j .
Wm A. Reddut haa made quito an
prevent it. improvement on his home, and W. T.
The New York Mail and Express Caho 19 contemplating quite an a idition-
r to his place, bo hard times or what
of the l'7th ult., refers to the ad- not we continue to mov; upwards,
dress lately delivered by General On the lSth inst., near Graninboro,
Rosser, at the Southern banquet in Ir; J!?,n ts, R'es S':1 c' vyrV,
' Only almcted a lew days. A good citi-
the city of Baltimore, and, in this zengone.
connection, publishes an extract -
, , , ..... A Bloody .4 lira y
from Sheridan s memoirs, in which , r , , ...
I often the rt--ult of b.id b!voa in a
that General claims to have family or community, but nowhere is
f.iinpd a sicnal victorv over Gen- bad blood more destructive oi hapi
eral Rosser of Tom's Brook
collection plants, Mrs.
ness and health than in the human sb
tern. When the life current le foul and
Vase. S2 00. 2i best, Mrs. J
eon, collection choice roses.
Best variety cut flowers. Mrs. White,
Kin6ton. writing desk. 2d best, Mrs.
Kilpatrick, Kinston, Sl-00.
Best collection daffodils, Miss Manly.
SI .00, to be returned to Fair Associa
tion: geraniums, Miss Taylor, SI. 00:
calla lilies, Mrs. J. A. Simpson, $1.00;
pritnroaes, Mrs. Vass. SI. 00; narcissus.
Miss Annie Justice. S1:00; hyacinths,
Dr. J. D Clark, Si. 00: nasturtiums,
Miss Ulrich, Sl-00: ferns. Miss M. Allen,
SI. 00: hardy flowering shrubs, Mr. J. C.
Harrison. SI. 00.
Largest collectisn cut flowers, Mise
Manly, S2 00, to be returned to Fair As
sociation. Best hangiDg basket of growing
plants, Miss Taylor. 20 lbs. flour.
Most tastefully arranged basket, Mrs.
F. C. Roberts, SI. 00,
Best variety native grasses. Miss Jen
nie Hughes, S2.00. 2d best. Miss Minnie
Best bred Cochins, W. II. Bray. 81. 00.
Best bred games, J. B. Quick, $1.00.
Best bred Plymouth Rocks. W. II.
Bray, 81. 0U.
Best bred bantams, II D. Wool &
Bro. $1.00. 1
st bred Leghorns, J. Humphrey, i
Best bred Langshans, Miss Whitford,
Best and largest collection by one
person, H. D. Wood & Bro., $5.00.
Best pair bronze turkeys, W. H. Bray,
$1.00; best pair white turkeys, J. L
Rnem, 81.00; best native turkeys, Tom
Foy, 81.00; beet exhibit, F. T. Patterson,
Best pair muscovy, W. H. Bray.
$1.00; best pair paddle, 81.00; best pair
Pekin, 81.00; best exhibit, J. L. Habn
Bsst pair China, J. B. Quick, $1.00;
best pair Hong Kong, $1.00; hest pair
Toulouse, W. H. Bray,$l 00.
A SAD ACCIDENT.
Two Boys Lose Their Way in a Snow
Storm and are Found Dead.
Editor Journal: A very sad oc
currence happened near Catharine Lake
on the evening and night of the 21st.
Two little boys of Mr. Jno. Cottle, aged
11 and 18, went out in the woods to
feed hogs. After they had gone it be
gan snowing very fast, from which
cause it is supposed they lost their way,
and were found by a party searching for
them on the evening of the 23d, both
dead, lying flat on their faces. It ap
pears that the foot of the one behind
became entangled in some vines and
threw him and in falling must have
caught the front one and threw him,
where they died without an effort.
Their father had gone to New Berne to
enter a very fine colt at the Fair and
reached borne a little while after they
Mr. Jas. Philyaw happened to a very
serious accident which came near
proving fatal. In attempting to get of!
a cart loaded with marl his foot be
came entangled. in the lines; he fell, it
frighten his mule, and ran the loaded
cart over him.
Riohlands, N. C, Feb. 25, 1880.
W. P. BURRUS & CO.,
AND G L AIK DEALERS,
Ni:V ItKltNK. N. J.
iT Consign uh your produce.
ill-: d w tf
1862. EATON 1880.
HAS A n.VE STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks. Jewelry
AND FLATLD WARE.
I keep n larger stock of Spectacles
than any other store in North Carolina
I take particular jkomh to fit them to th
eyes of parties needing them.
Having worked steadily at the ben oh
for over thiriy years, I believe I can do
as good work as any watchmaker in the.
COME AND SEE ME.
SAM. K. EATON,
Opposite Baptist Church. fal2 dwtf
1 V f j m S
The World Stands Aghast
AT MY LOW r RICES,
And wonders, How is it that I can sell
so much lower than any one else?
I'll tell you: I have determined to be
easily satisfied for the cash, and WORK
FOR SMALL PROFITS.
My Motto is: FAIR DEA'LINO.
Come and buy from me, and you will
never regret it.
K. R. JONES,
New Berne, N. O.
Capt. II. VY. Wahab for Railroad Com
missioner. Editor Journal: I have seen many
names brought forward for railroad
commissioner, but I have seen none who
combine more of the necessary quali
fications for the position than Capt. II.
W. Wahab. No man in the East has
spent more time and money in the
interest of the Democratic party than
Capt. Wahab. True, it is said that
party service must not be taken into
consideration in making this appoint
ment. Granted, but such service should
not be counted against a man when he
posssesses every other qualification.
Capt. Wahab is from the grain grow
ing section of North Carolina. If the
commission bill is passed, the General
Assembly could not put a better man on
it than Capt. H. W. Wahab. He has l
large business experience, having been j
engaged both as a planter and merchant
for the last quarter or a century, and
has been a successful business man in
every respect. Eastern Dkmociat.
The Ladies Must Come!
The Gentlemen May Come !
A N I)
Everybody" Come !
To SKI-: Til E
Dinner and Toilet Sets
EVKi; hBolGHT To THIS MARKET.
A 11 I.I. LINE OK
Hou so FiirnishiDg Goods
AT I'.' TTOM TRICES.
26 & 28 Middle Street,
N i - VV K : . ; .. N. j.
or Ten Tersons Killed and
St. George, Ontario, Feb. 27. The
St. Louis Express, passing here east
bound at about 6 o'clock this evening,
went through a bridge just east of the
station. A broken tire on one of tbe
engine wheels caused the rails to spread,
and the first passenger car, Pullman
car and dining car went through the
middle section of the bridge.
The Pullman car which contained
most of the passengers was thrown
clear off the bridge, turning completely
over and landing right side up. The
dining car stands on end against a
pier. The passenger car remains on
the bridge, having tripped the ties
ahead of it over the section that col
lapsed. Eight or ten persons were
killed and about thirty wounded per
sons have been taken oat of the cars.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets (theOriginal Lit
tle Liver Pills) have today the largest
sale of any pills sold by druggists. For
all derangements of the liver, stomach
and bowels, they are unequaled. One
a dose. 25 cents a vial.
GEORGE &LLEN & GO
IMowrt, lluirowi", Cultivator,
Hoom ami Axes,
Wood's Mowers and lleapera.
Cotton (Jinn hikI I'ressea,
Fertilizers. Land Planter, Kainlt
Mechanics Tool and Hardware,
Lloie, Itrick, Cement, Plaster
Hair, Paint, Kalpomine, Var
nish, Oil, Olass, Putty and Hair.
Freezors, Kcfrifrrtratora, Oil
Cook Ht(vcH, KurcUa Uurfflar
Proof Sash Lurks, warranted to
give security asxl satisfaction.
PKicj'.s i:i:y LOW.
OKO. A LI.KN .V CO.
XelsoD. print dress,
We do not approve of the lan- sluggish m:h impurities, and is slowly game.
aiacriuutiug us poi-uun w c.cij i'iu " isest pr. quail, J. ijreen. ti.cu.
woodcock, W. Ellis, $2 50.
t twit Mr.
BLuue facts on which it is based but it Is
far the Democratic party can go
unitedly ; beyond that it cannot go ome over-cautious business men the occasion.
It IS breWed from the finest Pale Canada talL affect to believe that the even cur- But, it is remarkable
iImiBfrton btar aaya: ent ol their mor.e got ; in will be Mail and Lxpress should have se
West Bailey Malt and Laazer Hops, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NTJ
Tk kfl rep-tation enjoyed by th
HP ANT is dae U
ILATESLILS are aed and
art exareised d art ax iu naaaCaetare. Jj dwt
the bodv. the ptril to health, and life
even, is imminent Eariy symptoms
are dull and drowsy feelings, severe
headaches, coated tongue, poor appe-
war. intemperate and not appropriate to tite. indigestion and general lassitude.
Del3y in treatment mav tntan tue most
serious consequences. Don't let disease
that the get a strong hold on your constitution.
11 be Mail and Express should have ae- but treat yours-lfbj using Dr Fierce s
' On don Medit-al Diseoverv. and be res-
Stataes to the memory of tbe great , disturbed by the agroMvi. foreign lected the valley campaign to dis- tored to the blessings of health. The
men of the paat will not be thought policy which thev snppose lie would prove Koeeer's assertion that the "Di-covery" is guaranteed to cure m
, ,. ,. ' ' , I ... ., all cases of diseasa for which it is rec
of even by the men of tne present, inaugurate. My fellow citizens, no troops of the south were superior ommended. or money paid for it will be
It ia a dligrraoe to North Carolina one has ever accused Blame of be- to those of the North. refunded.
that no atataea hare been reared ; ing a fool. He has some ideae upon If there is one blot on American xhe d iv laborer who earns with
to William Gaaton and George E. foreign affaire, and I am glad of it , history darker than all others, it is k t i,Vm) nnd 'the sweat of hi
the fact that only the FI'KST AND BEST ' Badger, the two greateet men of they are rare. My countrymen, ; the record of Sheridan'a valley brow coarse food for a wife and
that the greateet SKILL and CARE the centory in public life from I have digres.ved a little iu this campaign. As Americans, as children whom he loves, is raised,
North Carolina, Then there ought talk about Mr. Blaine's foreign Southerners, we wonld gladly efface oy uns geuttous mumc, w
.lirrnit-r. 'inil flinnCrll W il Tl 1 1 tl CT T ll O
Utnea to Generala Pender , policy. Neither he nor we propose 1 it ; but. as the rift in the moun- ' . . ,ifl) :. nnhlpr thari
any policy that shall imperil tbe . tain, made by some terrific convnl- tnose who think ' themselves ab
qulet of this country. Speech at i aion ol nature, must remain for all solved by wealth from serving
W. B. Flanner,
BERGNEH & EN'GKL
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
and Pettigrew, the two men of
highest capacity who illustrated
oar arms ia the great war.
time, so the Sheridan valley ram-'others,
double rail, J. J. Royal. SI
doves, W. T. Caho, SI. 50".
meadow-larks, Ely Dudley,
yellow shanks, J. J. Royal,
shuiHer ducks, Jno. Byrum,
mallard, J. J. Royal, $2.00.
black ducks, Q. N. Ives. 5f2 00.
sprig tail, J J. Royal, $2 00.
green wing teal, Q. N. lveB. $2.
bald face, Jno. Byrum, S3 00.
dipper, J. J. Royal. $1 50.
coots, Jas. Green, $1.50.
black brant, Jno. Bynum, $2.00.
geese, Jas. S. Lane, $3.00.
canvas back. J. J. Royal. $2.00.
hairy head, G. N. Ives, $1.50.
spoon bill, J. J. Royal, S3 00.
summer duck, J. F. Green,
shell drake, J. J. Royal, $1.50.
Life has its glimpses which we
would do well to cherish and make
the most of. Never do we see or
know, much less do we feel or ex-; Qqq anfj SffgQ faker,
penence, the whole of anything. M" " " '
Only by receiving little by little as ; Pollock Et.- Ncwbern, N. C.
it comes to us, eagerly yet patient-1 i)PSireB i., H!.,.. ,:, n,:,i , kali, stock
lv. and putting together what we , UK ,A 11 l;1 A 1 1 " iv,a H"11 hB
' . r , .!?, ,,n , preiiaicil lo n . , .1,-iH (.H
receive as skilliul y as we may do I
we attain any degree of clear or i FINE CUSTOM-MADE BOOT, AND SHOES
true Conception. He who insists' Ilvln um mii..r,..r hklll.,1 workmen, ail
on more than this will forfeit all. - r ".ViViVni' y.'.''i''-.K'- i KimniH -the
There are none that fall so an-,aJXuuHyr """" u'" ""8t lylM
nitied as those that have raised as on.- union- nnmy i. sMmonuu or the
f, , ., r , rharaoK-r nl m u n k 1 1 n-mi I . 1 tux 1 from a
themselves upon tne spoils oi tne!wen known clu.' u inls iiminu Hl.orj-:
PUbliC. I'MTfll SIAltH Nl Hl'llNIC. fJ. ".,
FAME IS FLORIDA. Jno. Mi Soki fy. I-.-y.
Trw . .TI.;.T. nnr-MMFn Ukak siR-i'iea. iiink- nit b pair of
r ROM AN ATLANTA JJRT.MMER. KalU-r hlniilar to thoxx you ruaje roe two
MR A. K. HiWKES, Atlanta, Oa. : yearn ao. 1 Imvo w,.rn th.-m two yean and
t- -r ,4..u.i - tboy urn rok1 yet. 1 hay been wearing
Dear Sir You doubtless remember , Bhi)R IMy ,;i ;,.lirRHM,i tev Rre tbe be."
me getting a glass of you nearly three t i evi.r r,.. KtsportO'Uy.
weeks aeo. I had then Riven up all i ined" K u HILL..
hoDee of ever beine able to read attain. ru-pulrmg neatly and promptly done.
The last three weeks, however, withi ..
the use of your glasses my eyes have N
been wonderfully benefited, and I have
been enabled to do a great deal 01 read- j ninino CflD CHIC HT PflCT
ing, the first I had done in two years, b 1 U A II 0 rUfl OALC A I LUol,
and jmoreover I have great hopes of
their entire recovery in a few years. I
cannot too highly recommend your
glass to my friends. Yours respectfully,
E. C. Callaway.
With Moore, Marsh & Co.
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by
F. S. Dufify, New Berne. N. C. il2dlm
$ q q q
Having purchased a large nlook of
Cigars, and the demand for same being
small. I now offer to the merchant
CIGARS AT COST nntil my stock U
reduoed. Cash on delivery.
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