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NEW BERNK, CRAVEN COUNTY, X. ('., .IlMl .;. iss;
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a-H'm. ill 9mammmmmmmmmm
is the same
fust coat mkx. ar uutr w
in-rttr.! to try OB
tjmiiiintll Maa 4uwami wCl .T-Uckr-f ' r
rax STcaicfl: gipjuhed digestion; disordered uyir;
ACT tatf IIWl r wui woom vraj u T I a I I t
m t 1 1 n har"1 C
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m m JUL IMM l Fa m wtOk Kk Jk-i.
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WILL MAIL BIZCHIM PILLS 05 RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CENTS A. BQJL
Tba Llany Friends and Customers
Utij nr uJ b;oad New I'.rr..- a 1 'A
wtea t T9 proaJ to we wa:i: amon nnr
P1aITj caII to thir attatioo, tbi: wo apprfr.A'
txUdotl to BJ ia th pMt, tii.i: wi- !io:
DUCEMENTS THAN EVKK to wer.t t! -Md
tbt txid BEING THK AG I! NTS r
TOM. M. Uolt' PUd, CoU' Spool Co. ton, 1.. .i..t
MUU lKaitIc, SfrJ I.ve r. ! r. 'i.!-. ! .
Araoar & l'o-' Prvvimon. H ir!or 1 ,k :
W cArry Floar. Totccu, SnJiI. oiVs i3Cr -
Ad In tb DRY GOODS Uce no hoie in 1,
tviUbto stock to pl4 the barer, ia stv'. a .
For DrtH Goo 1a, Xotioa. Whi 'mxxI .:-.l
nat th ditAQ with your Ulit n1 If. , v
WUt wa ranoC saDly, far o:i,fr :w
"Tnn mn who B
Jon i m-Tur cj.lol umjd to pj
i H"i.EE in rt-ptirttd tu liae
broken mi w.ib mucii viruk-Do ia
Tiik Kiiilloiiur i inm-li mtre
timljulii'B of collon crgit' in the ,r v r.
bokls of iteaojerk bc In t n re
ported m as tuaii) wek.
Mi.iok KlKl.Kiol l'tnliidelphia,
w in training for the Kepobl can
Presidential nomination in l'.'J.
He ! (Xinspicuousl v d icpi.ij" ; n; an
interest in baseball."
Thk Cabinet orticcrs art so
i .i -
m . n . i
1, i. .
,n. 1 air.M
.ii i r.u-:i
, t- ,i
to deny the report of
1 m- Miypv IX- pablic begin to think there in pome-
f , ! :;
wl.ri:. i'i .:
w 1 1 , ! ; "
lire, i'Ii ..i
n t t.e fa tare,
i irries a more
. ; will pi j- you to
Bt th eoaec ar that it jou trike
joa vUl flad rrrtbtnf to joar notioa
Good, hoaeC joxJ, .'-6 mo'.f
SUOE3 Cor F. m kaJ Parlor weir.
BEADY MADE CLOTH I SG - 1 i
Eavator CroilB to excel a.
W e oit Bout mar ooe ; ,1
iakw joa itt to , order. od if
4 JO BTB BO B)OQ7 oat.
If jom eaBo eotn to Knton r
avr all joar i&qairiea.
, :.jni''er n: our hoae
, i- ' , ., :. ! 1 1 ...icces to
r : 'ir.il . boa So In
i : i o .ir meajan
, vow need nt tX,e
w " : ;.ie.m'ire we will
t-enip!e.. r.i:.-e r :
nobler e; : .i-. i: :. : : !
le.irn to resper' .i".d
the Greek. to t
obey." 1'. cr d iy
bem' ruddy ver::;etl
South.- l'r,iiikl;n G.i.
Tni-: . ; h t e me n t
pat)llshed tll.iT t he Iii.l;
chinerv h.ill of t lie I'.i:
' n of : !
Ki.ssroy, Jf. c.
WAR! WAR! WAR!
many pa'.ron, we anxious
,-.r r.iinMMf' troabJ in the ( abinet that the um'.t r
ill e cr
thiDi in It. Hoston Globe. a hnnd:
Maky Andf.Es.iN ba.4 been luv- more ;h.i:i
mg a very livelv time iu asocial deeper lii't-r
way :n London of late, ilary is
the most wipuiar of contemporary
Koflish actresses. N. Y. World.
TilK South can now outrival
Pennsylvania and the world in
producing iron charx;r than any
where else, and of better quality
boppiofc in and at a better profit Lynchburg
Thk I'Ditexl States revenue cat
ler Kaah sailed for Hehring Sea
fnd Alaska on Kriday, May L'-Uh,
to protect American fishery in
terest there under instructions
from the Secretary of the Treasury.
Hkeoe. in the late I'niou army
piAS compliments when they n:eet.
Hutler charge Porter with cowar
dic at Nw ( rlean, and Porter
looks orr at Patler and sajs ditto.
Koecrans says Sherman never
won a tMttle, ami Sherman re
sponds, "poor fool !"
WKaTXBR North Carolina is a
good coantry and we are not anr
prLaed to learn from the sheville
Citixen that N'att. Atkinson Son
of this dty, bBTe o!d t2S,000
worth of real efltaU dm Lag the put
tea Jji. Norfolk YLrgiBian.
1 I UP,
t- : n ,m
: . !n r
-:i n '
KIHKHiV (,'OM PLICATION'S.
N" hen Mr Llaine was jdaced ,n
cliarjje of the State portfolio, in
Mr. Hariisou's Cabinet u was pre
dieted that he would emlro'l tins
nstioii in war with some foreign
jxisver. There was reason in this
I'oni-lu.stoii founded on the cour.-e
m! t!-e distinguished Secretary
wliilo a meuilxr of the Gartit-ld
Cabinet. lint Mr. HI, line has dmie
nothing rash during his ineuinbeii
cy of the State oflice : nu tic con
rr.n he h as exhibited w i.diC'ul
p,iii.-ei var i ,-ui , and is ever content
o I'.ill.nv in the footsteps of .Mr.
1'., is aid. Heretofore it has been
believed that Mr. Maine made his
ie n tracks, and that no other man
h nl sufficient stride to cover them.
The Berlin Conference , is at an
end, and the Samoan complication
is settled in accordance with
American declarations. Mr. 151, line
ui!I be credited with thesettle-:in-nr.
an. I he is entitled to com
meiidat ion . if for nothing else, for
having .-t-nse enough to follow the
right pii'h, althongh the way had
been bl.-.ed out by a former Ad
ministration. It rnjuites nohttle
sagacity o be able to discern the
r:gh:, and still more courage to
pursue the right course when it
of New Be:n;
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n , ; : . ; :
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y A." Nix--,n
r, i f. r the
r tf.- S;..-.,..
ire 1 , j
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it y i
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I II !':
k:i : .- :r,
.ml f '.!.
tin 1 :i
in 'a i ' : i .
fell ;up! :p : i::::p-
Th t m ! i: f t tie- ;
that he . w :iii ! ! , r r i -. Up-
t w . i pi 1 r 1 - ? v . r t
r.u ! r-PiJ il f p -t en the iv
killing, tli.it H ir r i r k
-e M- r h 1 ld..w j f,t ' i . if - r . r:
the rrir r. r -i I ;
ft rt- t nr. 1 t!i:p ! I .ri i-
. e 'a . i . 1 1 : r i : - -.
- . i,i : Tr. s lu-ito.-r. -w Closing Extr. jses
. ;Lir:. nt. S(ntfiice. five years Graded School.
..menu iry. tor the offense of The final examinations of th- )..!
the coat, convicted at this term School were 1 eU 11 uitdry FriJny
i.'. r. ivs'j yearn, to begin at the the annual report was read t.,e prize
i. the hve yoiirn. He proved awarded, the annual address delivered.
1 !i .riieter arid the commun- ; and the school formally closed. The
e ' .'.- - ! id te. be rid of his school bnd f riends of the school assem-
f-.r .j'aI.:!.'. bled at tho theatre at 10:30 o'clock. The
iiei;- y. t iii-i. lleu-tey, jr., exercises were begun with prayer by
-- n i JL 1'- I'nillips were Rev. Dr. Vass : then followed the
f ' ' ' -i ii'K lip'wn a fence from reading of the report of the President
ie i in . :.hi vatioii. (ireen & of the Board of Trustees of New Heme
: ared f .r the prosecution, Academy, as follows:
1 I'i!; f.-r the defendants anni a L IIo.Nolt koi.i. c u thk nru pi km:
. -dhy. Sentence, one dollar ..HADED tpiiopI.pi 11)
..! ii..- defendants and cost. 2,1 grade John SuU-r.
4tn grade Hertha Kafer.
5th urade Kate Matthews. Hurt
:i i ;ir
'i eil W idely
;ii: tie'ent in,!
must rt ttect credit upon the wisdom
of a political nvnh
That Mr. lilaine will move on
Ir.s own lines whenever the Dices'
1...VS f. l.P'A .
If p'l h:,v,
y on an 1 ; y
lh- ; ri- r.r r
went if.t !:.-
while the ii.
ar.d titer 5-d
and tirt i th
i r. -1 a n 1 1 y . I r
was r.- p e.. r
the time . f i!.
i:: f arr- :
i" r i ' I
r - u . r . t .
. T II
;-. -!. and
i- -r.r the
: ir.K' ' f the
: i m -: that
ii H i:.-- - k
' ' HlC il.
lil u. 1; i
E-'l ;; 1
was on a n
mirs tie P.'p
ties in tiki:
wa - e-a:.:-
"f Jimi-8 Stanly, a colored
! . f larceny, the appeal Dowdee.
i" n un I the sentence re- Oth grade
: ;.. t-A.) yearn in the ""CJ
M ii, ii ii-
ine IonowiriK pupils have iintr.i r
been absent, tardy nnr disun.-std dur
,Mi do-ket was inx the year: John Suter. 2d rde
counsel to argue Oswald Kafer, ii.J . Hertha K ifer I'.h
S T Jones vs Kate Matthews, 5th: Louisa Suter, 0th.
QPJ .,.,.,11 I lei .
P It Pi.1 lf iar -w-x puiia uaic utcil bUIUMflJ llUNtl
i , ..-a nt i
i lie ca.-e
It. 11. Co.
W. 1"- (.'larke, (ireen &
1 I. J. Moore for the de
poratinn. The argument
lion of defendant to dis-
ise cm account of irregulari-
! position-. The motion
;; i plaintiff appealed.
11 ! t
sitv demands it, we
have never the k.iiiu.
Hatch .ion r,
- r,-.-:." This
got niiilcr a
m a i n
THE VAR HAS OPENED ONCE MORE I
d' terdmUiw to
"Ac:oiM)i3a U reoBt acconnt
tbre i- m thnfty feling among the
is "the largest baA. hi
struct ed t: ml cr a .-: : . gie
is a mistake, iiiAess ;:
t his bnihling ;s ; i,p ; i:
sinele span ot roi-f.
bnild ing at t hp . r, :, ,1! a s; ngle
strncture -w.is .-. x ' y per cent,
larger in the a:ea it cocrt.l than
machinery halicl the l'ar:s t x po
sit ion . Our ;n.i::i
by I i'i I leot, the in.n
Pans is 1 , pn bv , o. I nt se are
almost exactly the dimensions of
onrown machinery ha'.!, w hich was
.W- by .'ten feet, l'r.pn this com
parison Philade!i'h:a can get a
good idea of the s pit nd:d propor
i t ion 8 of the Pans exhibit. on build
'ing, which no d.i'.ibt g.ve an !m
. preesive ciTect by the immense
! arched roof, w hich rises to a height
t : e r
'a a- ii
c 1 th a
pc in t . Y ht n t i, e t
eluded, the Suli -r. r.
with th, e rp-ir.t r'.- r
he heard the tr
tice. a t . 1 t't. .'.
so much r :.
he was sati-lh !
11 . : d . ii W ,ls 1 . ss
li ii.ery n i.i at
of the r r ;
waa se th,
Oviaa t th hard tio-x and scarcity of m, nor, I
faraUh the popI the Dest Goods for the Leaat Money. Nov, fa
proofs th fact, I will qaot yoa a few of my pnc . My Stock, U ot thBi, daltn that the pat
ClOtilinBT tl Innimom. Men's od l'ic.e K.annei Suit as low m
3.09. AIo good Soit. for Men : -Jo. lioys' cxm Sail, frOBi
14 to IS years, ooly $2 93. Hoys" Knee ?n:ts m $ 1 .25 to tl.M.
BBkwIineof Men's Scks and I utau" c ! rrn-v Altrt Soli--,
1IAT8 HATS ! HATS 1 Five hundred do.-en Hats, all BtjVe
Drwsc. Meo. Bot aad Children's Hi's t-c-m 1" to 1". and 2o ctf .
UBjarmatM to salt yoa in any kind of Hat
of 170 feet, and .s almost unob
structed save bv p u . it :e e x r e n d-
Our political bkies are not . vet
cloudless. England hits maniles ed
restlessness because of the attitude
of this country in regard to Canada
and liehring bay. Great is diplo
macy, but the activity of the Navy
Departments of Great liritaiu and
the 1'nited States indicates that
something more than words may
be in demand. Hat it must be re waa Pu,v. .;, nt
meinbered that every department the trc uhle at :h - ;
t!ourishf8 its own trumpet, and we ng. i';. ier ti.e
may be sure that while General thought it bt-t t . a
... , , . of r.riscr.erV c t::.r
I racv is rubbing uii his guns, Mr.
" ' , of mantldnghtt. r. i
Hlaine will be using his pen. It is ready a?stEt(Ji ,:
often said that the pen is mightier lhat );0liid not obj-
than t he s -ord. and we trust that that aft. r hearict: ti
diplomacy will again be trium
phant. There is, at the present time,
considerable speculation as to the
meaning of certain events in which
! 1 1 r i
: r. -1- i .
i ni . v, y b f r
i-1 tf si irn -:.y
f r the tn-r
! . ,t p, v' it
r.r: 1 t
,1 that it
. : r from
: t and
r ' in t hat
wa r r:-;-u
i tat i: n
- the Ji;,-
r. -:-w was
i the you to
n.anr.er it; j
!. he had !
op t y the
.:. r ti,, r.-
I ; a- i , ij
' 1 the school vear. and the nveraie rMi i.
fr the plaintiff, H. R. dance has been good.
The following prizes are to be award
Minnie Dowdee First pn.e fur high
est average id scholarship, deportment
Louisa Suter For bet-t at tend un e
and excellent deportment.
Arthur Kafer for second best atti n
dance and for vpry good hir-tory le-son-
Lewis Cox For best lessor. s in his
tory ?nd book-keeping.
Fifth On, l,
Kate Matthews hirst prize f,,r p. r
feet attendance and excellence in schol
Mary Do wdee Second prize for at
tendance and scholarship.
Diisy Guthrie For greatest imii n e
' A W '
T Ht I A A I .VI IP ' IC-, Hi OUICE
r cc ' ; h i MitiiA,
C - 1 i ' P. Till
i ' 1 ' i : I ! i . 1 1 1
i :! tina-
! - it'- Pl-.ll
' y il! - dc-
p. i....! - " or ina tive
KIDNEYS. L ! v E R AND BOWELS.
I- . - - - 1 - v , to
ri. r : c r - - r : : r : rrc tual l y
-.itc Dtccr, i i riTianuc sttep,
ic.;,iii: . STDE-iOTii
1 T ri
iy morning at 1
State vs. Jesse Dunston
ier cf Joe Herring, col.,
p. J. K. O-Hara. Esq.,
trie pri-ancr. Solicitor
nireof or.e hundred had
The following jurors ment in penmanship.
-i, : Yc". A . Thomas. N. S. Rich
it. F. Hiil. John Dunn, J. J.
T. Hall. Joseph Nelson,
'-spy. col.. E.
H.J hrson . c
I .y. gingerbred
PI ar- t i in- between twelve
o.-arf old. though it is said
x e f n . It is also reported
s neither Cither nor mother
proved conclusively that
nut the eleventh day of
v. h i '
in a quarrel with ! Kl ae "fDnc,!
notner coiorea Doy -ioout
I t l :-. 1 prep-. .- it i -n
to taLe a v. r icit
uti-f-i for j.risoijer
1 i :s H, -r. : r stated
to its btir. c known
that aft. r hearing the tt -:im-ny he had
advist 1 the Solicit, r to take that c- urse
as he wcuhl be conitebed to charge the
jury that they con! i n t ti.aJ a verdict
of guilty of murder tip -n the testi
mony. The verdict agri. 1 t;p:n was.
i ir g ti.e ii.'e
de'eaiod RepablicAa ajpiranta for lDg t be length of tin
Coigns ia Mhwoari. They or Philadelphia Ledger.
not guiltv of the rr.urirr u charged.
i.-.t. rtfir-,. . .. .....
iieucn uuici aia aic uj.ic .iai Dutguiltvtl lelor. i u -1 y l :
ticipants. "The sudden and un- of Johe Alex. Hinis.
anncunced ilenartures from Vash- Court took a recess until
fbOBXO in the 8UU must be dis- hi( Cliov
Boosed throagh them, and that NN'ho does i...t iemember ;th
thBii laflaeBC is purchasable; l'J.r) what pleasure i.e looked to the
oeiar fixed a the fienre br one of imo of vacatitui in the das of his
childhood ' W hat i- er are t lie liar d -ships
of boys and g:i!s during the
. AKIWHPirEB item sa-rs Prepl
an d P-
t's n :c-t S
SHOES. SHOES, SHOES 1 The l
Stock of Shoe I eTer kept. Men's Suovn :
Kid Bottoa Shoe, IWc.; Lsc, T V. to v-.
bb4 DoyB ShoyB at prics to sn-: the times.
13c U T3c
fUBinSHINO GOODS,! Men i a deri-. .rt -s ow xs ceai
Bc Doibrlggaa Shirt for 15 cents. A mc- S-rf from 10 to 120 ceBtB
A fail ha of Dry Qoodi, Trunks, Valises, ar.d other goods too
BBBsrooj to mention.
COBBO OB)t COBB ail to WILLIAM SCII'AN'S. whtre ton will
bx ueavtd right aad gf C yoar money s worth.
st Selected 1 -'eot Harrison devotes about an
V. to tl.Oi. IiadKSr ' boor B day to newspapers. lie
A " a Urgrt stock of Men lfds the editorial comment! cut
Oat for him by bis secretary, glances
Bit the telegraphic news, and al-
I ir a Awai tho K iiii k3ii home bv the deep o.ut
IWBB V V 4 UV UBOU lruAa
BOOres. Poeaibly his sympathiea go 8Da" w' Pfn" our vap.ii
oat to lboe much abused mdi-
school term thp
Two C(.!!egp g.lls Wert' lie.
to each other. i';.e l:ed in the
mountains, and the other ha.
n !" t hey
asked in the same breath. '(,'
mgton of the French Minister for
the apparent purpose of holding a
conference at Pen6acola - ith the
com in an de r of the Roland, a French
ship of war now at that port, is per
haps FnlTicieutlj accounted for bv
NV h e n the c c u r t r c c r. va. i. i . w
was resumed on the S. ate d .a. k t . .
H. P. C.ritTiQ, c.'tivi ",ui f r A .v
on II. J. C'arawan, wa- iiae.1 '. t.":
cost 3Dd required, to Live hped in
reorr si r.
bet-n u n
were i h
ardson. To 1 s.,n. i
John F i
lee. p. 1 .
and li f I
j that ho- ; .
! that lie
J a till ry i
neck with a knile. inllicticg a wound
which c.iu-e i death on the same day,
and that an cnicer of the law was near
by and billow ed to them to stop the
The fvl : nee for the prisoner thowed
that he and Herring were employed at
the livery stable of E. S. Street: that
they -were engaged in carrying water to
a lot of mules, that when through the
prisoner went to the stables and went
about bis u,,rk: that Mr. Young, the
superintend nt of the stables, sent
Dunston to call nerring, the deceased,
to bis w ork : that Herring came in cry
ing and cursing aud told the prisoner
that he was oing to beat him for that,
and the prisoner replied, "You bad
better ktep your hands off of me;"' that
Herring w,.s, a few minutes after-
3 J IGB
Btrtha Kaffr First pnp for highest
average in attendance, scholarship ana
Laura Walter 'Jd pr . for atten
dance, scholarship and deportment.
Jamei Whaley For geography.
William Sohissler (ireateet inipr.-e-ment
Bertha Kafer For spelling.
Nina Baenight Scholarship.
Oswald Kafer Attendance.
Addle Oaskill Deportment
John Suter First prize for hightst
CI 11 II S's
N s:i! I'.,
!ges, I :i
n I n :i iiii ii
hiii nun in tr .
Un-...,, mi,, :.THAYFLVLRfl)-Jo
II ;, I . i I,, Jfv
- t i r ,
' II s
I' ;i s t
Tr; Ihr I ,, r,
1 s i, l' re. nt . , ,- ; ,
li.Hii. r.i o r , , ,
li W arr,- i s , . , .
Lizzie Hancock Scbolarkhip acl di-
on the portment.
Adolph Nunn Attendanc e
John Meadows For best tcbolarship.
Closs Barker For best attendant e.
Alberta Clrich Second best in schol
arship. Adciuired First Crude.
Rosa Schissler Best average in schol
arship, attendance and deportment.
Mary Jones Sscond best average in
attendance, scholarship and deport
ment. Thomas Cox For best attendance.
. Amy Cook Third in scholarship.
The students to whom prizes wtre to
be awarded came upon the stage, and
General C. A. Battle, with brief re
turn of SC'.n for h:s gi . J U-h.iV it ur
Cicero Wood, ciiortd. indicted f.r wards, seen advancing
that the confreere.S are the larceny of lint cotton fn in the cot- prisoner and striking him with his hst,
, ,, , - i ton platform, was found ra t guiltv, cr and that the prisoner backed without
uul lucid aic luaijt n uu
marks, very pleasantly awarded the K001' work
,.. ,!, t,t , tui i fand
... - 1 a -.iMni p- .y
' 1 .. I . . I Hi. I KRH,
r .. v. : . in, I ,.l wlj
1862. EATON 1888.
H AS i 1 ,-. j : 7 ., K OF
Watches, Clcck:. Jewelry
AND PLAT 1 1) WARE-
sr i: r i.kh.
I keep a larger stuck of Hpectaclea
than any other si. re m N..th Carolina,
I take particular pun- t lit ! hem to tha
eyes of parties i.etaiing th, m .
Having work, .1 s:, alii Ht the bench
for over thirty years. I believe I can do
tr.v v. ai hniakor in the
Mr. James Thomas was then intro
duced. Taking "Education"' as the
idoaiii, the umpirea. for whom he aKl I ")l,,JMl'
subject of his address, Mr. Thomas Up''OH,te llaptist ( mu
entertained hid audience for about half
an hour in a most delightful anil in
structive manner, evincing a depth of
research and thought and a natural
grace and beauty in delivery, couching
his thoughts in an elegance of language
that was charming.
After the address President Lng
'Where even France will not be permitted e:c- Matthew appeared for nim-e!f and a verdict of manslaughter. made a few closing remarks and the
.. :.-ji-. i- .- ., ti :.u-,r:,..! -..
to t hrust the Monroe Doctrine asi il tL5UIlt-u Ijr nimse,i. stating mat r.e aue ease as argueu v, nu Luuiiucia- j auaience was uumissed with oeneuic-
went into toe store tut was hired to do hie zeal and earnestness Dy ootn tne an- j tion by Rjv. Dr. Yass.
so by a man who said his name was torneys. and af ter His Honor 8 charge
N'i SI-.F ME.
SAM. K. EATON.
Mold le street,
take another view.'' It need not , ',' ' .
appeared f or t li c d ft I. : a
ed be asserted that the people of the Matthew lull, colore i.
I nited states are especially friend- with break ii g into the ri- re of s. il
h. r lv to the people of France, but Scctt for the ur o.-e cf st. a drg goods.
L -i ,
striking to the sidewalk where he struck
the blow -with the knife.
At the concl usion of the testimy the
solicitor stated that he would not ask a
verdict for murder, but would insist on
GEORGE ALLEN & GO
tXX ic 11 It lira I i ru I c m ei u t H.
Opposite Daptlst Chnrch,
MlddU street, - - - NEW
a r"Jd w m
13P.RNF, N. C.
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Liven Stable,
Fine Horses Bnd Males ilwn i on hr.i 1,
disposed of on easy terms
I h ' r oa aiad a oiibt'r of F n Teart.
alao trxiaed 3xlJl Horsen for both la h ,i ! g--.
'road Street, New Berne. N.
The Bergiier & Engel
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 TJiraUISTIOJfABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It is brewed from the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Malt and Laazer Hops, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NTT
sometimes has fellow feeling."
Tut: Sew York apecial in the
PaJ-irBore San says: "The New
York, Philadelphia and Norfolk
Company hare project oa foot
for the building of a line to ( olda
boro, N. ('., lor the pur, se of
opening up a heanly-wooded conn
try which lacks railway facilities,
and also with the ultimate object
of gaining a foothold in the South
ern coal and iron producing cen
tre.'' Thk (?eorgia Load Congress, re
cently m sesaion in Atlan ta. adopted
a meaanre looking to a change in
the road !is of the State, and a
committee was appointed 1 o present
a memorial to the legislature re-'jaegting-
such changes as they
think w;H tve oetter roads. The
o efw helming sentiment was that
couv.cts should In as lar as pos
sible worked on the roads where
their liUor does not con:!:ot w;:h
A Ntw lliMi'sniitK paper won
ders why Mr. Laiu, of St. Louis,
should b thought of in connection
with a consulship now occupied by
Mr. 1'nderwood the former ling
nothing but a merchant, while the
latter is a gentleman of high
hterary culture. The reason Mr.
Hun is thought of is probable b r
that very cause that he is a prac
tical, intelligent, broad minded man
of affairs, while Mr. 1'nderwood is
a man of books. It is a wide-awake
business men, rather than mere
hter.ateurs, who are wanted at our
Wue I'.uhop Potter remarked
;:i New i ork that President Harri
son had 'not g-iven one hour to
me to ui v nioi. ii : a . n
tin! j;.) with
:i. n if. l; win
her authority in
be splendid '. ou have
in the mountains, have
Soch beautiful sceiit-r;. .
have no i-r ': -t
trut I cannot
at tract I e as
moun tai us
tion ; en. li
ing more s
siieak of t !
I know that it : be a
y oil w 1 1 il 1 d see !: : p a ,. - r,
beau' . lock a i:
I. i ' rr
, u Fell.
S.ii ii n ia
1 !.. f
Henry (ireen. Yerd ict, guiltv. Jujg-
Hev.ewing these various COUlpli ment. seven years in the p., r.ker.tiary.
cations, and considering the fact Henry Price, eharg; d w i.h stealing a
that the piesent National Admin- peck of com. Ho .-ul mitte.1. his coun
: i : . i '
i he i . .
car ; i i . s .
in.l :'ere cr.
, . n; p.
no mi :i :
Lil i. I
lilt. I. lis.
. in : ty in mo-
a vt' tai per
: . dea: . you
s :i :i (: . a ii d
ist rat ion is Kepublicau. we con
sidt-r it fortunate that Mr. Plaint
is a" the head of the S'att
i :i p.
ii i n j
II for lo'ti
tlian ,n: I
sav . n g
are, or i. a
vac at ion .
espt . lal'y
to his ties
aud am iss
- e 111 -.
: . . i : r
Jones County Items.
The wet weather continues.
The whortleberry crop is
and is r i pen i ng.
Fanners are near all eonipl.i
of t he pot at i) bugs.
(ira.-s is growing luxuriantly.
Much of our corn ueds working
Mrs. M. C. Guldens, who has
been critically sick for some weeks,
we are glad to learn, is now much
The farmers say that their Iiish
potatoes .lie large, but very lew to
; he vine.
Not w ii h.-: anding the depri-dat ion
. : r .
i-n ': .,
n. . VI
:i:i : :
highest treat ;ti
has a? st-r t ed t !
to throw ( il tin
sweet repose o
h.s 1 m. . k a:,d
c in never
8 -.flier, IP'T
;n busi.'it ss
t i.e c i;i :ic er
nor i t-acii t he
Me. until he
t ei' a !': t i-iii.iii
w i p ) the
i c in .
chickens is pretty r.iir.
Corn in places is drowned. Many
of our farmers have had to plant
their swamp lands over again.
N e have heard of but two real
tine gardens in our whole section,
L. II. Mallard's aud M. C. Gid
dell's. There are but few partridges this
spring in this vicinity. The sports
men and hawks have nearly cap
tured them all.
The farmers are so busy fighting
the grass that they actually don't
have time to visit Trenton even on
Many of the newspapers say that
the fruit trees are loaded with
fruit. With us the wet weather or
some cause have nearly unloaded
sel, W. E Clark,-. K-o . statu;-: that he
was so n. in h ti :. ; , r ; he ii ;! ,u r.c- f
liijti tr at th,- ti.e., tha: ;. '. r.ew n, -thing
ab rut taking the . r: . i t was
su sren i 1 . r pi'-.'ri r.: f ' t
laiwaid ii aiy. M ,:i,,ui Pr-a ks and
Thomas t .ha: -p. an w. ra.-a... 1 t i answer
to t he charge - - f ha l ru: malfiay. Haliv
subni tte-L I. J. M ; ,i;-: -:ir. I for
Broks. O H.,ra f..r I 'bapm tt). V,-r,ii.f
Brooks ptni:-. t bupni n r- t cuilty.
Pr t o k -i a i: : ! i i I y w . i ' I t ! 1 ai d
cost ea -h .
James I ) i ; -, e : . an 1 J .bn I ! -. n 1 1-h-. two
young ct-h re 1 stii;iinc. wire put ou
trial for the larceny cf cl-.os fr--mthe
store of M. 11 Snh.ati. i'il.ri f .r the
boys, S Pi it.-r Whi'e f r the State.
Yerd ict. i. t gui'ty. i.. t! r case et
guilty I tit r . t j ;, v. n
James m i . , ; a ; i
Hogan . tie I y
Steinlielp- r's b- tl
crop ol spring river, pi, a led ctn
the jury, in about fifteen minutes, re
turned a verdict of not guilty of mur
der, but guilty cf feloniously taking the
life of Joe Ht i ring.
Thad.ieus Mumford stood in
dicted for throwing a brick at a rail
.01tTII CAROLINA NEW.
From the State Tapers.
Hookerton Clipper: The wheat crop
in this section promises to be very good.
Our Methodist friends contemplate
He pleaded guilty and the ; building a new church house in this
the testimony. His Honor place.
I'luHH, 1 1 a i . v. s, ii I i i at or,
I I , CH ivll'd A X n,
Woctl s l,, r .11,(1 K.HXrB,
.S ! a III f . li i ; i ' n.
Cotton (on-, ;.,:il PiChsen,
C'rtill7.'rs. ! ..in. I 5",ns(,r, mult
Mecliantes To.ri-. noil Mardnare,
Limp, liritlt, CiiiHiit, I'lastr
li ii !som i lie, Var
Putt;. ;iml Hair.
: i ir; -. ,';r. Oil
-, - . , 1 1 ii rg litr
usually sent parties to Twin City Daily : We are much paini d
r,.. .v.;. ,,t K.,r to learn that Mr. L. N. Clinard. one ol
it-.l mi., viicunr:, uui. iu ,
stated lit .-it I.'-
rl.. ..en i - ,,r ;.,
j i ' Salem's most respected citizens, ha l
wouid soi.piy suspend judgment -n met with the misfortune this mtxn.ng
this case and h t the defendant pay the to get seriouslv hurt by being thrown
iiish, i 1 , i i i
r.-ci- 7 .,
Co.; k Mmc
C rif.l S.i- !.
' i ,
r r . Il t m1 t
I I .
. A CO.
If he did not behave in the future ' from a buggy and ran over.
Court t M
In the af'o
u Id be prave 1
a rvce-s to iiitu
-n e-ri s-'.-siou Fred. Mosley,
p.,!.. w&- put a:; trial for F. & A. J. E.
o'llririi roi l M inly it Guion appeared
for the defc-ndai.t. After hearing the
testimonv the defendant submitted to a
News and Obssrver: The directors f
the cotton factory held an important
meetiDg yesterday morning at the ollice
of Mr. John li. Winder. Several com
munications from parties clfering sites
to be received by the company as stock
were read and considered.
Goldsboro Argus : News comes to us
that the recent hail storm that passed
with varying movement over this entire
Firs: &hiiJ.nent of
t :. 1
; n i r
t-. tl .
i- him t
. v,-ns or
verdict of guilty. He was'then put on portion of our State, has proved of con
trial for abandonment of family, which . eiderable damage to the crops in cer
was dismissed for want of jurisdiction
and remaii-ir-l i r the Justice who took
his reccg.-.i.'. ite.'e tu court.
tain sections of Saulston township.
Wil. .Star: A HPft.ion of a small sare
Judgment . jnK jeft at lQe gtar 0fjgce yesterday by
, p. i p
1 p ( i
rot.p.nul 0,1 r trees of the fruit.
. :n u tied
i aiitl) .
statesmanship," the Republican her present c a
e a b!es.iig.
was ready to ;nmp on him
with both leet. One month later ta:n the !.':..
the Philadelphia Press, the stalwart poetry i t" mot;.
Republicanism of which will not tie anon. lea'. ;ng t
questioned, says. "Three months 0f home. :. tin
Th high rrpatAtion en,o;-d oy
nilPiXT t dii U the fa.-t that only
MATERIALS bjw aed aad that the great
are exercised dorian iu majsaict :re.
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C
have gone by since tb;s Adminis
tration began, and we have had
nothing bn: the contention for
place." If H shop Potter was
rLGN'rllC c KNGELL heretical, what will he said to the
FINEST AND HF.ST uttBrance of one of the most promi
n . . f , k A lllaimKliAan r w rr n r. m
Sill I and CRI' "e111 tuu tirj'c,i u w i k n u o '
which boldly followed his lead.
A priyatk company, with
inni,0hi m sten k and flfX)0,0X) in
ot the 1 1 ... 1 1 1; t I.. . : !
by the sea.
North Car- Mm ';...-numeral.:.-
s-; u. , r r,.
to al 1 coin! .t . u. - . ! 1 . :'
one is to siiggc-' a hut;
that which :s nearest
not be surpassed, we rt
with (Mir su : rou n d i ti .:
ii. hot re
"n io r the
h: a:: !,.m
the cab. ii
c .- tt.ige
vironed by Feaufort arul
it is said on the an- salute New P.erne as ;!
the Manufacturer's inet-n of sum mer resort.'
i .- s i; . . , u
dri il, but as
'-t ( uhtent
, and, in
M oi chead,
p beaut i fill
There has been a large quantity
of hay shipped to Jones county this
summer, yet there has been any
quantity of crab grass hay that
could have been saved last fall
which would have been much bet
ter and more nutritious than much
of this hay that I have seen the
farmers hauling around.
The Magistrates of Jones will
con vene at Trenton the 1st Monday
in dune to elect members of the
l'.oard of Education and one com
missioner in the place of Mr. Frank
Brown, resigned. We trust that
every magistrate in the county will
make it convenient to be there on
that day and consult together and
elect the very best men in the
county for these positions.
Mks. Winslow's 8ootui.no Syklt
should always be used for ohildren
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the bt remedy for 'diar
h ea. TweQty-tlve cents a bottle.
asked the m. i. .
father has gone b.
tntiary and L ft him a v
te r. His II ri -r. i n :. -con
f e-ssi-n . gave i :.o ir.
Judgment w-.s fa-;,
ing cases :
Daniel Harding, i I . :
to steal a drink of whi!.
in the county j ill .
privilege i o hire cut.
James Stanly, p I ;
years. A ppeal i .
Tom MctMt, r. ... - ;
logs, one year in the p t
David Hin.s, c-.l -r. i .
ment suf pen d . ti on a
y ou tii of the ti fen , a :. l
instructed f bail o;:,
Mmuel Hitch. ia
years i-i t he p-r.ittr.'; ir
The trial . f J.--,. p:
w 3 s ar : . ; c r: t i : : ? i n i
dir. f J K r: ri -.
d ay .
Ci.urt a - -. r i
Thurs i.i n. rr. :;,-.
the Slate ti -k-t.
State vs. W.-c K .:. y .
lircer.y r f r.- ,: . th i
B. Oglfsi-y. W'.- t .i-.- n
his o'.v n c.-ti ri-. I ar, i , u :
with seme i:.tt'.ii.:-r
his oi n w i:i:er. 1 1. '. h .
not help his ii-. I:, his
jury lie stated t:i:; it-
tailed grocery up Pawii w
of scven up was perrr.i.tt ,
Ml htair. The jiiry pa--ni
ak ic g ti -p a v.T i ic t t -M '
is the s-aic.e p. r. n u h : -Patterson
's c- ab-ou". t
and took from the pc '
forge-Ian cn dorseun nt on t
; r :
in trie lir-t cas-. tw
county j ana cost.
Y'irgii Sparrow auj Esther Sparrow,
th1 y ni
ce iiiuuths in Mr. W. C. Barden, of Magnolia, shows
the severity of the recent hail-storm in
Duplin county. It is not altogether
"wrrrn to afrazz.le." but on one side
indicted for forcible tr-spiss. obtained the t0Ugh bark has been entirely beaten
a verdict of net guilty. off. Fortunately tbetrack of the hail
The jury w is discharged and the storm was not more than a mile wide;
--c.to- a recess to 0:00. Saturday !t8trUCUn f
morning. wn-n motions will De nearu
. P. B!
LUC HANTS ,
N i ;v
n the civil dool
I v of
I'.i ti ti r
. : r tne
: y o : V " .
d his ase
v , s also
ence : i
-h t-- the
! a L-:b-the
t h.ng in
Raleigh Call: Mr. Jno. W. Carr,
father of Messrs. Julian 8. and A. G.
Carr. of Durham, died last Saturday at
the Morgantsn Insane Asylum. He
was for his life time an honored citizen
of Orange county. Last fall he was
afflicted with mental aberration, suit e
which time he has been in the asylum.
Mayor Thompson said this morning
that it looked a though everybod
wantod to buy some of the new city
bonds soon to be issued. There nr.. ap
plications from Chicago, New York.
Kansas City, Baltimore and other
- and Friends iu North points. The mayor looked as though
ii I'ill A isit l"s during h .s feelings wero very much hurt be
cause he would be totally unable to
supply the demand.
Charlotte Chrouiclei Sunday morning
i i . j .i,., , . i r i i
J 1 - ', h rt-d U''ei rgiars euiercti taie j t-.-iu em e m A,i . - .
Mayer, on N. College street, and stole
i'--'- between fifty and sixty ,b. liars worth
, -. t -. ( 'o'liinf-ncemer.t. May C'J of clothing and other articles. Mr. and
t. g -o i leturniug to June 6th. Mrs. Mayer's room U on the tirst Iloor.
.-mictions io parties living in rDO- investigation it was fcund that
the burglars had entered the house
from the second story by meant, of a ,
back porch. They first went through
Y- the upstairs-rooms. In one of these Jir.
Mayer's prarents were slei ping, ami in
the other his sons. Services were
held iu the new audience room e f the
;jCl, Lutheran church on last Sunday fru
,N b v an East the lirst time. leeteniay morning.
a 1. 1 "u simple in brtrad daylight, a thief entered Dr.
c iv and per- Keistler's store and appropriated to hi-
own use the Doctor s pants and vest
Ths Seasc-M Is Hand
i;n o thk face
.re -ii-.;..- , f 1, . blood and
:. by i-.any with suspicion.
Lixir w itl r. move ail im-p.-e
tl..- icnuilesion smooth
is-re is nothing that will so
-I an the c nstitution, pu-c-.h.-n
th-- whole system,
oa .', bv 1! H-.-rrv. New-
i tl arrat gem-'tit has been made
i p.pp I, i iV 1 .!!! i'.l. Kitlwav,
Fiv 'I a:::.
!II rir'lKH t ItKIJ
: : -a ia:.. r-- i: frem ;
collect-'d the mom y. In tb.i- case judg-
c t a
e t r
-irt-.v and per
i i n-iiii. prion. Bronchitis.
. :.: -. . A..:!.- a an i n.. Throat and Lung
; a'.- a p.'-i-.v.- an I radical cure
ri.i.s peiali-y and all Nervous
p..: -. af:r r ha,iiig tested its won-
-ri .1 ..ra'.vi- paw, rs iu thousands of
ises. h ; ii it it hi- duty to make it known
. Li.- s-:vetitie f.-ii pis. Actuated by this
and a .1- sir.' t" relieve human suf
I ML. send fr-e of charge, to all
-ire ir. this recipe in (i.-rinan,
er IL pii-li, with full directions for
,iu: iiiai usli.e. St-ct by mail by ad
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