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A HXATT no torn prrill
SXXATOB Blows, of 0orlA, is
dsUif-af-o-Mlj 111 at hi home ia At
I thi Bft. Ood U with the b
Ufirtr; la U axt th btlierer i.
Til Jams tm oi the InU-ed
BiatM Cireoit Cooxt Cor th K.wt
era Dialrict of Xorta CWolin ls
bov la mmiob at IUUIgh, HL
Iloaor, A. 3. S-eytnoar pr-Midlo.
D- 3. P. MOOEK, who ws4 Sar
fcoa Geaaisl of ths Coafdrsxe
8taXM, dld saddsalj oo the Use
mCHmj at hia aoa ia Richmond,
Y of aoofaatioa o( the lanr.
Col. Joan C. Has a ill of o
tuabia, S. C-, haa bwa elected s
aMmbar of th yatioaal Dnocrtstic
ExaoatlT CotnmiUe ia plee of
Captala Dswaoa, Ut of C'haxles
iom. TTiis la ia excellent selection.
IT haj, wuhia the ImC few dvs.
beea aaid that a British squadron
la eooeantratioK at R bring; sea for
lX protect 10m of Ciaadian iiers,
bat it was dented la the House oi
Commons on Ul Tharsdsv.
Tub Smoia Coo fere ace his
Lskea a raceaa ia order that the
GoTtrnmeaLa rwpraaeoted may pavi
poQ its actio a. As sooq as the
eommiaaiooars are farther instruct
twi the flail formal jutting' will b-p
Tbb Tim 'Sprinj Palac,' t
Fort Worth, has opened in granl
atjl, and Ls sore to prove a great
ad eraditabie aacee-M. The ex
kibit of State products :. eieep
tiooabie line, and ia -ladew every
Lhiaf bat politics."
A KAlJSlD"s'ori' lnscrximent
OOBtaintng tweoty fragments of
diffr-at forms and colors ia capable
of so many combinations that, a:
th4 rwte of one torn of the ;ntru
BMt erery second, it would take
Um Incredible number of 75.0OO.
000,000 j ears to exhanat them."
THB idea that Mr. Hlaiae is apt
I'R0KKX. OF (,'H iilSTI A MT T .
I: is for the religions press to
devote its energies to the iDcul.i
tlon of ethical truths, but it is hard
ly proper for the seul.ir S.iay
paper to eiciu.le from its columns
retLctions and sofcgaetiODS on re
l itijos subjects appropriate to tlr.s
Hut a little while sg.) cur nation
al I'entrnai il w as celebr at d. 1 lie
advance of the America-! KepiiUic
tioof i he ri hway of r. .it tons
the theme of orators ..nd jniets .ill
over tL is land, and from t he A '. 1. nt c
to the Pacfic resounded the proud
acclaim of exultant freemen.
Inasmuch .n "rightroasne!.
exaltetl a nation while sin is a re-pr-OA-ch
to any people," it is not
inappropriate, in the political jubi
lee, to remember the Christian's
groand for rejoicing.
There are thoe are con
stantlv in the '-slough of dejoiid,"
bring the Association of which he
isthe worthy president iQto line,
and have the different clubs, that
form his As,Hociat ion, drilled for the
impending combat? It is useless
to bring new malitia into the field
against regular troops. Camps of
Instruction must be organize J, and
our sold iers perfect ly drilled it we
an- to gain the victory.
to whom nothing is beautiful, at
tractive or encouragi!, save the
words that came to St. John on the
Island of l'atmos, - these are tbev
who have come up through
great tribulations," but the hop
ful, progressive Christian, joy sin
the assurance that "with the
growth of the nation, even oat
stripping it, has gone on the growth
of the church." We speak of no
-: nor denom, tiiation, but of that
bVs.ed Christian ty wh.ch having
,:s tepinnm,; with tl.e .-.tar ol
l'? I hi hem. shining in the eat,'has
become thr sun of righteo usness,
. enlighten. ng : tie wl..;e world.
1 1 ci . : I ' r 1 1 .o n has .uh snretl :n
arithmetical prortion. 'liristi
anity has ccre.ised ;n po metrical
however great its conquests in
the pajtt, the church is orgioirm.
as never lefore, for greater vic
tories over the comb. ned forces ol jere , no good there, and he
heathenism, infidelity and corrupt
Christianity. Agencies are in ope
ration whose full effectiveness
eternity alone can reveal. Indi
vidual effort is jioomplishing more
than ever before- In walks where
once the priest only trod hundreds
of devout men and women make
their daily rounds, giving the bread
of life to m:!l:o:-.s of hungry, starv
ing souls '
The efforts of Christian women
make the present era the golden
age of Christian endeavor, in which
men will thrill with
wrong. Helaambttioaa, and what-ithe hoP of immortality, boon
rar glory he raa gain mast be by will dawn the day of perfect lllumi
aVptomacy. Ia case of war th raatioo, in which will go up the
Ilfla woo by Cabinet officers ! 'd shont of all the r-eople hai.i.k
wtal4 belong to the Secretary of ' I r'-itl ' toe I..rp ('...! "Mvim
War or the Secretary of the Navy. TjtST beionetii :
TUB New. nd Observer says. DFBOCRATIC MM IKTlr
"Asaoog tha relics to te exhibited
at the Loan Exblbrt for the beneflc
a t Jnhn'a Ilnmtil will Im a!
aiagle check for $1,000,000, drawn
br taaTraaaarer of the Confederate
to Involve this coantry in war is all i onbeheving
Mt)KM iMi su'..
Kaln niut h nM I)f al .iU nir 1 1 1 1
N url h " e s 1 .
Cn : i " i . ' M ,iy 1 - Vt s'erd.iy
auA U.st ir.ht ,i lien-r g.i ! r.igt-d
over hikts (iit.ino and line and
uirtioiis of lakes Iluio:: ;hi.1 Michi
gan. All around the lakes vessels
are reported wind bound and driven
ashore At l lncao the wind
reached a elci.tyol lor'y miles
an linnr .not a rniiiitu i ol vessels
were forced to anchor nu:.:de. At
Tort Huron, whi'c caps were driven
betore a tie of loriy eight miles
and aero.-.-, the i:er at Sarnia, a
tleet ot tug Niats were bound up
afraid to move. J fie storm is
moving eastward and lake Michi
gan will probably he Pre from un
usual wind t od a .
At 7 o'clock lat night a north
wind was blowing at the following
ports, with the velocities given:
( hicago. toity Holes; Milwaukee,
forty two miles ; (iieen Hay. forty
eight; l'ort Huron, lorty eight:
Detroit, forty five : Tol.-do. ;h:rty
tive, Sandusky, thirty three.
M AUTiNsr.r Ki . "a , May 'd.
'A torna 'o struck a nection of coun
try five miles east ol hi;e yester
day afternoon, and alter demolish
ing a vast amount of property it
parsed down the l'otomac river,
uprooting trees, overturning small
vessels, and play mg havoc generally
with the small buildings near the
banks of the stream. The storm
travelled over an area oi ten miles
and then passed out 'o sea. Very
lew trees were lelt standing along
the water trout, and those that
escaped were twisted out of shape,
The house of Martin Honen, which
stood directly in the tornadoe's
path, was lifted from the ground.
Two women, who were in ,i little
frame kitchen, were hurled twenty
feet ami severely :n:ured.
WahasU, lnd , May The
heaviest rainfall in years li a s been
prhva.l ng throughout this region
lor two days. Ar Hentou Harbor,
Mich , snow tell to a depth ot six
inches. Snow ;s also rcprted at
MlcuiCiAN C I 1 V, I nd., May .'.!.
A northeaster, the tit-i cest storm
known here for years now prevails.
Su.'.w fell here yesterday to a
depth of atxjut an inch.
WlNoMAi', lnd , May .11. Kain
has fallen without ceasing lor forty
eight hours, and it changed to a
snow storm yesterday ill t er noon .
There has been nearly twenty. two
inches ot rainfall and much damage
will be done by thvils.
Ci A I-K N A , lbs , M.ty ,il A heavy
white frost visited this section
yesterday moii.ing. Corn on low
ground was blasted to I he sprout
and all kinds ot tender tru.t killed.
The damage is very serious.
IlAiiEIisTi'WN, Sid., May .'.I. A
terrific storm passed ovtr the l'o
tomac river district of Washington
county yesterday afternoon. It
; seemed to follow the course id" the
Kur th? Week Eadlsr Sstarday, Msy river, leaving destruction in its
Slat. lss. j tracks, and blowing down build-
C km r li AL Okfk'K, Auk iri'LTt ' b a l ings, trees and fences, and ruining
Hi ildimu, Raleigh, C. ithe growiug crops. Telegraph and
The reports of correspondents of , telephone wirs are down and it is
Johnson's Mills Items.
Several cases of sickness, dys
entery the principle trouble.
It is with sorrow we chronicle
the death of Rev. Josephns Latham
which occurred recently at the
borne of a friend in Beaufort coun
ty. He was taken sick while en
route to one of his appointments
child sat on the door sill
when a shrill voice rang
out, "Come in this mmute you
g-ood for nothing thing." And the
little one rose and murmured, "Al
ways blaming me," and with relutc
tant steps entered the honse. Just
across the way a beautiful little
girl was chasing the butterflies,
when a charming woman appeared
at the window, and in a voice as
silvery as the rippling brook, said,
Come in, mother's darling!"
(), what a world of difference in
thoe homes! One the work house '
of unrequited toil; the other the
blessed habitat'on ot 1 raise !
Praise is the expression of the
seal's beatitude. "I'raise the Lord,
ye heavens adore Him, praise Him
all ye Sons of Light."
There :s no land without its fens,
its chasms and its precipices, but
who thinks of presenting them in
ponorama, while silver lakes sleep
unobserved, and landscajves ttecked
wl h golden gram, delicious fruits,
and tveauteous tiowers, have no
place in the picture T
l'.ring out the good, the beautiful
and the true, and sound the lond
tymbal. Praise eur land : sing
praises all ye people Salute the
morning with exultant song, and
over night's dark sea send rippling
waves of melody.
Let no man be content to live in
State or city he cannot praise.
S.'hooner A. ,1. Marvin, ('apt.
Win. Moore, is in Hear Inlet harbor,
iHumd for New river.
apt . 1 ost er has near ly com -pleted
the "Kay " schooner here on
the ways. W. W. Davis master.
Sol (ioruto is the largest turpen
tine farmer we have, having, we
believe, 1 ' crops ol boxes on his
Sahooiier ( 'arrie Hall Lister,
Cipr. I. How land, cleared for New
York with 12.",oo feet of lumber looking so well, ia badly blown
"Turn t. i -- rove, and see
'The Ruin' licut..., mh decay.
Where steps of dreaming students stray.
The log hewn 'Hall' lias grown to he
Collegian in its state the one
J- oremost and first of all to he:tr
Everything is wet i Tlie name tliat sillce has filled the air.
in these parts. All have been kept win
busy opening trenches to let the The name that swells the Poet's ; ...)-'-
water mil out Ot their neld8. The j That makes humanity sublime :
wheat and oat crop which has been
from ferry's mill today.
Capt. C. I). Westcott of the
m hoorier Litii, is in port now loaded
with LToii bushels of corn, selling
at o'i cents per bushel. He is bound
for New riser.
A. 1'. I'.irnell is one of our best
farmers. He shipped last Saturday
i ;o b ishels of peanuts to Wilming
ton. N. (' . by schooner Stonewall.
Capt . A . M . Moore .
The colored people have built a
nice church on (Queen's creek, com
pleted last week, was dedicated
ye.sterday by Kev. A. A. McKoy,
house t h at
i . . . . i i
tioue in i ins nouse.
Mr. dohn Smith, father-in-law of
A. I-', l'arnell, sr., is in his years
old, und can walk tour miles of a
hot day better than we can, and
can see without specks to read, is
in good health, and bids fair to live
until he dies, which trom appear
ances, will be I'd years to come : he
is a native ot Raleigh.
Mrs. A. V. I'.ircell has a chicken
uitii tour dist met w uigs. One pair
of these w ings are low down on the
sides of the leg- of the chicken,
but all seem separate from the
down. It is thought by some of our
farmers that this wet epell will al
most rnin them.
All are complaining that they do
not get their mail regular. This
condition of affairs is the result of
having an ignorant postmaster. It
is no surprise that the place should
be given to Republicans, but that
an interest of snch vital importance
That teaches patriots to be strone
That heads the warrior list of time .
Repeated since ten thousand ways.
Which yet no speech of every day's
Most common use can rob of praise
That name which like the sun
Loses no light by all it rests upon;
Which glori lies with gorgeous alpen-glow,
Mont Wane's stark summits of eternal
Yet gilds the crocus blossoming below:
The Name of Washinoton,"
I KK AT APPOMATTOX.
The fratricidal .strife at last
BODOLPH DUKFY. H K. MX 'N.
Duffy & Nixon,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEW BERNE. N C.
Office over R. N
Branch ( Jlh, e: t
Dalfv s .iru.; -;..r
.ilhui oi ' I . U .-. ii,.
l 'J lb 1
P. H. PELLETIEK,
A T T O It N K V A I I. A V
and mom v ;i i.e.:
Oravftu St , two do'.rt- ' -if
Journal cilc e.
A specialty n.u.:- : . ..
loans fur siiurt Uui
Will practice In the Oou .r.. "rur, or
teret, Jonea, Onslow ami I'u
United 8tate Court in .'
Supreme Court of the rttme.
SASTKfH .KOBTB CAB0LI.11
KW BKK. y.C.
, 1 I I: l! (llDt -o-
This beats our people
ie.u ii in an old stoie
is our breaching is
to the business world should be put i w?,r' f0'1" L'1,os, ur die3ra was Pa8t:
,n the keeping oi an ignorant ne- 1 K S
gro. A letter postmarked Barn-, 0ur reat Commander's pitying soul,
well with six stamps was receiyed , Yielding to Kate's supreme control,
at (rrifton, N. C.. last Friday. ! Forebore, within the chasm of strife
weighed half ounce. This is the I To ?atst an?ther Curtius life,
way negro Harris registers a letter. ! XZ? e",ip"
lhis 18 an outrage not soon to be ', Then war-worn vete.-ans weepina heard
forgotten by the voters of North As sad, magnanimou a word
Carolina. As ever lift a warrior's lips:
l ast Saturday I rode two mdes rmfnrtc
on horseback, two on a canoe down Demands that you be strong aud true
the river to Biddle's Landing, j Demands that you maiiitairTthe laws;
thence a short distance to Barnwell. 1 vo done my veiT l(st for you ! '
The crops through this beautiful) His best !' How grand it was !"
farming section are badly dam-! i-ke at i.kxi.ngton.
aged by the hail and heavy rains, i "VVit'1 ttrand humility he came,
Thr MirfarP ia trpntlr nndnbtino ! And found his calm Mount Vernon here,
,uil. .1, , ; labile the world's pieans crowned his
coti maiLCli. 1 UC CU1L IO 1 ivlma
tour d'siim t
t t o have that
himself, breads intlectiona.
"You will poil yonr child with
praif.'' No, indeed. Not with
jadicioaa praise. Yoa may inflate
with ranity, and the pampered
child will be the tyrant of the
hoasehold, and then strange
transition becomes thy slave of
apetite and passion. But, fear not
to cheer Tirtuous action, or to re
ward the sunny smile of joyorrs
childhood with an approving ki&s.
Biaise every thinf, that admits
of praise, from the small atom that
floats in the sanbeam to the great
( reator of the Universe.
ot her. u Inch ii re i n
pi. ice, b,u there are
wings. l; ir 111:1:1 e:;r
O.ir r.iilro.id heir is a dead Cer
tainty or uncci t.t;ut y oi e, and if
u e don't have either, what will be
e. me of us is hard to tell. G. W.
Sniiili h,is he wants the railroad
; o to his ,(, 'Hammock,''
and olfers the best inducements;
also shows the whys aud where
fores, etc.. while the people of this
place ' Swansboro say this is the
place, hut don't ell'er any induce
ment at all
very productive, but the products
not so varied as they should be.
The country ia especially adapted
to stock raising. Clover and
grasses of all kinds would stow to
the regular perfection, and when the farmers
With prni.se he did not turn to hear,
And never in tli- proudest hour
Of vrar' embattled pomp .-it , J power
Did he so rule all hearts. :nid way
Their reverence as none nther can
The nobh-Nt. coiiith. -.t i.tlein.in
The kni-titli.st kn;!it who ,c
CLEMENT MANLY. O H 1,11
Manly & Guion,
ATTOKNEYH AT I . A W .
Office 2d flor of Green. Foy & Co. V
bank, Middle street. New Berne. M. '
Will practice in the courts of ("raven
and adjoiniDtf countiea. in the Supieme
Court of the State. nn;l in the h ederal
Courts. hplfi d wtf
Orders will reoeive prompt atUtntlor
ii. ! atisfcction )rn&r.Dted
turn their attention in this direc
tion they certainly may expect au
increased dawn of prosperity.
Barnwell is situated o j Neuse road, Its llumhie honors, with such mn
' n:n,;.. ..1. ;n ,
M mi es rom ah Kemp T ,pr ! -u"J"ul- " uie .iati!
F. M. SIMMONS. II I. (.ll.H-.
Simmons & Gibbs,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice in the counties of Craven.
Jones, Omdow, O.rteret. i'amlho.
Lenoir and Hyde, and in iht Federal
Office on Craven etrcet. next door
belOW JoL'KNAI. Office. Bpl'.'dwtf
DJt. J. D. ( LA HK
KEXVIUXI. 9 . 1.
ate . -. .! ; li'x
iOY li. VVILI.I8. Proprietor
'?"'). i A - V CIlAVKfr au.
NKW H KRJVK, IV. (.
.M 1 my sntborized fcgeLt
Ye saw hi in take with niatrl
The academic seat, and wear
WEATHKK CROP Bl'LLETIM
SteUa aad pajabie to the State of
Sflm OanMiaa la part payment for
applies of do thing, etc., furnished
Coo fei rate troops"
"So, th soal ia, iq all its parU
ad powers, alive, alert, in the
ft tort State. Death, which doo
diaaolr the body, can no C toach the
oal. Taer la before the oal no
korribta abyta of vacancy. The
maatership ot death, though it is ki
Blhty, fU In the presence of
j aoa L Death cannot ccniemn
b j aooi, erea to sJamber."
Wi have before as the Filth Hi
nniaJ Report of the'Direetor of the
TSotXh. Carolina AfTicaltoml Hi
perianal Station tor the yean
ISS7-'88. It ia a raloable poWica
tioo containing oaefal information
ia aa attractive form. We note
vita pleasure the itatement that
"it ia lot hasardoas to aaaert that
ia tea years one half of the rem
nereiai fertilizer. old in North
Carolina w.U be made : n North
As independent negro party ha.
beea organized in Kichmond, a.
Xo white men are admitted. When
the whitee "jiae Radikila" 1: u al
wayi for pelf aad grub. Some of
the aegroeM are bjfinniQjt to
glim pee this important fact. I e
prlTe the white aJliw In North
Carolina of all chance for office
aad there will be no more training
with Saaibo, Potnpey and ( atTe'e.
THE Waahiogtoa Poet i?:ves an
aooooat of many Kederal memorial
eeiebratioae, and we are happy to
aj that aearlj ail of them evince
the kiadeet sentiment towards the
South. Thia is eprially so of Gen.
Bordette's speech ai Fredencks
borf. In the midst of his elojaent
reaiaria he sajd. -he who pat. his
life la pawn f?r the caa. he cham
pioaj ha.s rloeed d:sra.ior. on the
A correepondent of the News
and Obeerver "paAScd a lew pleas
ant hours" on the fW:h of May "at
the home of Governor t'haunrey V.
I'.lack, the President of the Nation
al Association of Democratic
Clabe," and we call the attention
of North Carolina Democrat, and
especially the attention of the Hon.
J. 8. Can-, president of the North
Catolina Association of Democratic counties.
Clabe, to the safest ions of the dis
tinjrnished Penns y 1 vanian.
In response to a qae.tiou Gover
nor Mack said :
"Yes; the men of con v ic ion in
the Democratic party hx)k to the
Democratic societies as the best
enginery for carrying forward the
work ol industrial emancipation.
They could not d. otherwise, for
there 1 no other Democratic
agency ia sight. The campaign
oommittee-s have struck their tenia
and disappeared from the field, to
reappear only when another furious
and wasteful campaign is on, when
men's minds are closed to argu
ment, and the clangors and clamors
of mere partisanship fill all ears to
the exclusion ot eommon sense,
neighborly couu.els, or soIht rea
son of any sort. I'ntil then the
Democratic societies, a. represent
ed in the National Association of
Democratic Clatm, are the only
Democratic orcaaiition for the
work of instructing and aroustnz : above the average
the people. t0 bave been unfavorably affected.
Our forefathers, at a time when , anJ w'nd storms, together
the agricultural interest waa the wnh heavy rains, were veiyin
coBtroIling one, made tbe Demo- junous to cotton in the northern
cratic society the great eneine ol portion oi tne aistrict.
the Weekl? Weather Crop Bulle
tin- issued by the North Carolina
Experiment Station and State
Weather Service, co-operating with
the I'nited States Signal Service,
show that there has been an exce&s
of rain fall, about an average tem
perature and an average amount of
sunshine in the State dnring the
week ending Friday, May dlst.
The effect upon crope has been
generally favorable. Cotton has
improved somewhat, although con
siderably damaged by hail and wind
storms in Kowan and Edgecombe
In the tobacco sections
the weather has been generally
very favorable to transplanting.
A very severe storm passed over
the State on Thursday and Friday,
attended by high winds and exces
sive rain falls, flooding bottom lands
and doing much injury to the
crops. The following especially
heavy weekly rain falls, reported :
Morganton, Burke coanty 1.80
inches in three days. Dallas, Gas
ton county 3.50 inches in 19 hours.
Iron Station; Lincoln county 3
inches on one day. Davidson (Col
lege, Mecklenburg coanty 2.50
inches on three days. Raleigh,
Wake county 3.30 inches on three
nays. Greensboro, Guilford conn
ty L'-Jt) inches on three days.
Garysburg, Northampton county
2. 2o inches on three days. Hert
ford, Perquipmans county 3.75
on four days.
Eastkbn- District. The tem
perature was lightly below tbe
normal, the sunshine below the
average amount and the rain-fall
imtK)Ssble to obtain particulars
STACNi'dN. Va , May 31. The
storm of Tiu-mI.iv in the North
west reached here Thursday aud 1
continued till this uiorDinp. For
fifteen consecutive hours rain fairly
poured down accompanied by a
strong wind, and much wheat has
been blown down and damaged.
1J AUHlsiifRi;, Va.. .May 31.
There was a great storm iu this
section last night. The wind blew
a perfect hurricane. Wheat wae
blown down, trees uprooted, houses
unroofed, and fences laid low. The
damage is great.
W inthks TKR, Va , May 81.
There has been an incessant down
pour of rain for the last thirty1
hours. At times the winds were
liin dandy ;-tatesman returned
with the rest. He was sent down
to represent our neck-o'-the woods.
He was supposed to be Dan'l
Webster, Henry Clay and John C.
Calhoun biled down and canned
up. He was supposed to be
sharper than razors and wiser than
owls. He hollered for reform,
bellered for improvements and
shouted for glory. That eantaker
ous cuss was going to amend at
least four hundred laws, reform
every department of state, secure
our county a huudred privileges,
and knoek the tar out of things in
general. We were waiting for him
when he returned. He was first
struck by Old Pete Jackson, who
" 'Look a yere, Johnson, whar's
that law fur my mill dam T"
" Killed in committee of the
whole,' was the reply.
"'You blamed reptile 1 Didn't
we send you down thar to boss the
committee f t the whole and every
body else T I want that ar mill
dam or blood !'
'And Hi Wood was next in line,
and he said :
"'Look a yere, Johnson, where's
is no little town in Craven county
more delightful for residences than
r.arnwell, or that has a cleverer set
of people. While there I was the
recipient of many hospitalities at
the hands of Dr. and Mrs. Carr.
Here they have the popular and
accomplished Miss Mary Smith, of
Pitt county, to direct the education
of these children. As teacher she
gi-es perfect satisfaction, and
those people are to be congratulat
ed on having secured her to con
tinue to disseminate the rich, sweet
truths Into the minds of her schol
ars for another year. A premium
our particular ! being offered to the one making the
greatest improvement in penman
ship, Messrs. Joe Kinsey, Albert
Wadsworth and W. S. Wooten be
ing requested to act as judges,
awarded the premium to Miss Ada
the Legislatur' has ad
and the statesmen hev re-
their constituents," he
answer to the question.
that 'ere law to protect my fish
very nigh. Many magnificent ' p0I1 j
fields ot wheat aie laid tlat and "-Crowded out by the bill on
wheat is materially injured. All lighthouses."
the water courses are be ond cross- .. .;ne w;lS) vh T)aru vour pjc.
1DP- 1 tui", but do vou stand thar and tell
Pirrsni ui;, Ma 31. A special me that vou let some ramshackle
from Greensburg, Pa., says John- i lighthouse wav off on Lake Erie
stown is completely submerged aud i knock the stuftin' outer my fish
me ioas oi 1 1 to is oeyona estimate.
Houses are going down the Cone
maugh river by t lie dozen, and
people can be seen clinging to the
roo fs .
At Coketown, a illageof several
. ) i ..i.. i .i.. .
nuuureu innauuaiiis, uie iiuuaee ! that lieu skllle district
are almost entirely covered and a , tion V
great many dwellings at rdairsviiie
are submerged. Scarcely a dwell
ing in the vicinity of Sang-Hollow
can be seen.
The people here who have friends
in liooded districts are eagerly
pond up vere '. What did we send
ye down thar fur? What was ye
doin' all this time !'
"And the third man was L'ncle
Dave Laker, who led off' with:
Look a vere, Johnson, whar's
ur mv sec-
'It was knocked out in try ing to
amend the title.'
8he was, eh! Do ou tell me
t hat ou sot right thar and didn't
have the title all right! That you
let that 'ere House bust no that bill
raiting for news at t he telegraph 1 ani ,1L.Ver got up and uttered one
at Livermore is
resistence to aggressions ot Feder
alism, similar in kind, thongh in
ferior in magnitude, totho which
confront us today. Why not now T
The Democratic society come
down to us with our free intuitu
tion.i. It saved those institutions
m the hrst rude encouuter of the
p-eople with Harriltonian Federal
ism, and there ls no reason why it
should not be employed again. The
very nurseries of soand Republi
can principles' as Mr. Jefferson de
clared, their simplicity aud dignity,
their grave purpose, their settled
principles, not le-ss than their h:s
toric asaticialion). commend" them
to oar farmers as assemblies ;n
aey nr. ij
!efer.c c '.
s : n ce r : : t
re for m
oc : e n ce
fo better iliastratiou of '.he
aeaia oi raacor, or tne mate man j tru'.n
IlaM of American! to whatever i tion.
ectioo aatire, : t-.towa to me
than w aa the gTactoci a,-: of
Coaederate warriors who
jeer ago today, seeing :ha: few
of oar comrade were present '..ere
to do fall jhatice to the ccasion
WMrooalj led the way, and rruHe
Complete the work of girn:sh;cg
thene grave with .'lowers Gen.
Bardetfeat Frederick Oar.
THBKK was a very o.'d man from
Meriwether ia t:eadaace at P.ke
Saperior Coqrt Laa: week. He waa
See hle La appearance, and, indeed,
aooie of au old uai stances
aeketl aim aia age "Wn, ' be
aid, "1 I lire to see Fab. M. I
will be 115 years oJd. Another re
BAfkablo tact connected with my
ooatractioa la that I haven't a
toota ia mj aead.'T Open in jr hia
oat aad poentiog to hia smooth.
raaia, ae coo tin ned, "I
born taa way. WoaderfaJ ae
it nar appear, tar yoongest aoa -
aa4 aidaat daaxater wae born that country.
Vj alao." Saraaaah Neva. What
NS"e concur .
for the prop j gat
their r g h t . and
kntral Disteht. There was
an excess of rain-fall, about an
average temperature and au
average amount of sunshine in this
district w ith adecidedly favorable
effect upon crops, as shown from
the rvporta of So per ct-nt. of the
correspondents. The weather has
been very seasonable for tobacco,
and cotton has been doubtless
improved. Freshets are reported
in some localities with some injury
to crops on bottom lands.
Wkstkkn Disteh t. The rain
fall was above the average, the
temj-eratnre slightly below the
average and the sunshine slightly
i.mif .lie average. meiy luree i rrtrleH
per cent, of the corre8Kndent ! w.iter
yell ! Johnson, I kin lick you with
one hand tied to my foot, aud I'll
be durned if I don't do it !'
"There was twenty-seven of us
between his house and the depot,
all with a few re"marks to make.
About thirty waited on him next
The joint board of magistrates 1 day, and on the next he broke for
and commissioners convened at the woods and is at present located
Trenton today and levied the taxes. I m a swamp about seven miles
Jones County Items.
The poll tax, State and county, will
be .71A; property, State and
county and special IM A cents. The
old board of education was again
re elected. 1", M. Dixon w as elected
commissioner in place of Mr. Frank
Trent river is :'i(.ii,:n: higher
than it has been Mnce 1VT7. The
rains during the p.i.-t week in the
upper portion of the county the
Citizens report were unprecedented,
swelling the Trent and itstribu
covering the farms with
in nianv places. and the
tne opinion of
The right time
n of I'emooratic
s the period of calm refier
N general po-aton. - the
for . e
.tad equipment ol
I h e k ' t h be e
-. n '. :
farn-.i-r ' '
h e m as
t ac tor ; a t
report uie weattier n.ws oeen lavor- , losses will he -evere to the farmers,
able. In the tobacco sections of . manv we learn W; 11 lose their whc.le
this district the weather has been ; crop! The heavy rams have drowned
especially favorable. The stand of I the mosquitoes, but the frogs are
cotton has b-een probably improved.' warnjnc the huckleberry briL'ade.
, who are encircling the ponds view
ling the luscious hemes over the
i waters, that it ! knee deep and
deeper! knee deep and deeper!
ra! her poor
1 1 . 1
r ell . Oat
::i ths : m
. le a ce i
h : a: se. : I
. e re v o 1 1
n a ;
: ; i . e
rr. o t
Ph. D ..
1 1 . b P. Lai.pw in-,
Signal Corps, Assistant.
science, ir. ! must be
.earned by dili gent study and close
otservation. Every man h.u .i r ght
to vote, and tbe a'.te: .gr.orance of
the many appals t ;m ;.-. cal
leaders for more light.
Ail classes need to
;n the science of
maile political phylosoj
ject of study, blunder
'Liii oj i.kv, my serial story came
N hat ' Alter ke'ping it three
es, and it wasn't read, for I
had purpo,ly pasted some of the
pages together. The editor kept
my stamps and sent the MS. by ei
press at my expense."
"And vou're not hopping mad V
"No. I am thankful he didn't
charge me storage.
c 1 1 : c 1 1 s of ih.
(r. ;'. Tuns!
ducting a go
no 1 e 1 1 e r
able wea'.t h :u t hat
her citizens have ; 1
to succeed in
: : i f o r m e d
- ern merit.
Ii no not
d:. a sub
over ;t .vs
badly as the unlettered rustic.
ls nothing unusual to hear men of
rial difference in
the two great
'tU re is no mate
;he principles of
parties :n this
ays Mr. ( arr ' Will,
(.a a 4tu. ikowiu Hhiii.
K i wtrd Sil vT, Chicago, girm teti-tno-ny
"Hy wife had Catarrh twentr
flrs 7Mn. surTared HTinlj for m
7an bafor ths began to uu your rem
hJt. t'okbla to breathe excpt through
the month . id a moat critical condition .
Tried eTerythiDg without relief, when
Dr. 8trter advi! her to bay
Clarke'i Kitrart of Flax Papilloo 1
Catarrh Care. Elif followed imme
diauly. Sh continued to um it until
he ie now vntirely cured, ller health
has not ba eo good in many yearn. '
Prie 81 00. Waah the baby with
Clarke'i Flax Soap. U cenu. F. 8.
D-aiTy. dragint. now baj the Flax rem
he i ed iee on hand .
that the progress; ve
1 '; ii ey ( 1 rove sect ion
1 the erv:ces of M r.
tad. ho is n o w con
'd pr . a" e M-hool ;it
hoii-c. 'e know ot
dice it: .I.Uit-s counts
Grove to hi; , i d u p a
as t here is confide r-
cticjii and ad
vim and push
any enterprise that
theymay choose to carry out. as all
their surroundings plainly show
that they are a real live, progres
i ive people.
A UFK I W K S T ! K IN T .
! hi.-b is (r'..arn;-fd t- 1 r.: c ..a
sa:.!f lory r- suits . r in cj-k of fiiar- a
return ,,f purrl.a.-r ;rirc t a ;!,: afc
I'ian you ran t.-.y f . -;r dvr:ie.i
1'rugg-ij.t a Uif.ip ..f i'.-. K:nfc' s New 1'is
coTery lor 'nurn:tirn I'. : iraarantrt-.i
to hr.nkt rrii.-f in rvi ry rase, h, n us"l
f.ir any a 'Ve-. ; , n . f T!.r"-. I.tirp! it
('bJ. such aa l'onu rr. ;-. ...n . li.r1 ainniatini.
of Luuirs. Hroc.-li-.t:.. Atl.n.a. XN'lioopinj:
t ough. r-aji. r'.c e:c I: i-s jiifusin:
and icrb'.p tj taj,.. j .-r f - '.iv ssf,-. and
caji aivrayg te d rwn.if.l ;;m. Trial bo:
ties fnv.' at K . Iu:7y-, wholesalp ar-i
rta.l druggist. Price it ic.en, j-."".
away, ile may be in along toward
corn planting, but if lie is thar's
about fifty more of our people wait-
' ing to interview him. We ar'
bound to make him tired." "ew
An I ii J eresl i ng- A n a 1 y s i .
Tl.e I'l'oiiwiiig analysis of t he Old
and New Te.-tauients will be inter
esting: Pooks in the CKd Testament,
chapters, '.,-!': verses, :'.!, 21 1: words.
.-'JL'. l.'.O: letters, L'.T-'-U 00.
Hooks in the Mew Testament, L'7:
chapters, liUO: verses. 7, 'Jo!': words.
11,''5:1: letters, S. IS. .;.).
The Apocrypha has 1 s;5 chapters.
t'J. verses, IoJ.Hj words.
N'hole number of words in the
Pible, , i, 7 1 G."." .
The middle chapter, and the least
in the Bible, is Psalm 117.
The middle verse is the Sth ot
The word "and" occurs in the
M Te tain t-nt '.'').' K! times.
The same in the New Testament j
al.-o occurs Id. r,s ) j inn s.
J he woid --.I eh j ah" o, , ui (1 xV. j
The middle book of the Old 'les- j
t.uiient i- Proverb.-. :
The middle chajiti r is Job, -Jp.
The middle verse is 'Jd Chronic- '
les, chapter 20, 17th verse.
The least is 1st Chronicles, chap
ter 1 , aud 1 st verse.
The middle book in tha New !
Testament is 2d Tbessalonian j
The middle chapters are Romans'
I.", and 11. 1
The middle verse is Acts 17. 17th
The least ver.e is Acs J, 3..th
The 21st verse, chapter 1 , of Ezra,
has all the letters of the alphabet.
A Country Boy's Invitation
A BOY'S LETTER.
There is snch a truth of character
in the letter below so much ot
that spirit of drollery, mixed with
mischief, which often prevails in
the young human being of the male
sex that we cannot help declaring
it to be, in its own words "capital
fan." The letter proceeds from a
coantry boy, to what the polite
letter-writer would call "his friend
in town :"
"Now, Bob, I'll tell you what I
want. I want yoa to come do.vn
here for a vacation. Don't be
afraid. Ask your sister to ask
your mother to ask yoar father to
let yoa come. Its only ninety mile.
If you're oat of pocket money, yoa
can walk, and beg a lift now and
then. Put on corduroys, and don't
care for the cat behind. The two
'prentices, George and Will, are
here to be made farmers of; and
brother Xick is took home from
school, to help in agriculture. We
like farming very much ; its capital
fun. Us four have got a gun and
go oat shooting; its a famous
good 'an, and sore to go off if yoa
don't full cock it. Tiger is to be
oar shooting dog as soon as he has
left off killing the sheep. He's a
real savage, and worries cats beau
tiful. Before lather comes home
we mean to bait oar ball with him.
There's plenty of rivers about, and
we are going a-fishing as soon as
we have mended oar top joint.
We've a pony, too. to ride upon,
when we can catch him; bathe's
loose in the pasture, and has neith
er mane nor tan to lay hold of.
Isn't it prime, Bob! Yon mnst
come. If your mother won't give
your father leave to allow you run
away. There's a pond fall of frogs,
but we won't pelt them till you
come; but let it be before Sunday,
as there's our own orchard to rob.
and the fruit's to be gathered on
Monday. It you like sucking raw
eggs, we know where the hens lay,
and mother don't; and I'm bound
there's lots of birds' nests. Do
come. Bob, and I'll show yoa the
wasp's nest, and everything that
can make you comfortable. I dare
say you could borrow your father's
volunteer mnsket ot him, without
his knowing of it ; but be sure,
anyhow, to bring the ramrod, as
we haye mislaid ours bv firing it
U ere linmil enough ti m-ct ll
Of his impeiial hand !
Ye watched him as his silvered head
Bowed meekly at the moiniri; prayer;
And marveled, as with martial tread
That brooked no swerve to left or riirht,
His hands of students firm he ltd
As legions to the tiht !
Ye saw him in his peaceful rest;
Ye saw liiin in the evening's wane.
When unobsenred by mist or stain.
His cloudless orb went do wn the west.
All I scarce we dare beneath our breath,
To name him here so pure, so brave !
Tread softly 1 fr the sculptor's skill
Holds him in seeming slumber still:
Hush ! tor that stirless sleep is death
Peace ! for we stand too near his g-ave '.
Oh', ye who tread these classic halls,
Baptized once more in patriot blood,
Think what exalted memories flood
These doubly consecrated walls !
The hoary lore of Oxford's towers,
Made sacred by her Alfred's name.
Can never boast a prouder fame
Than shrines there simple aisles of ours 1
Ye will not walk ignoble ways .
Ye dare not seek unworthy aims:
Ye cannot do a deed that shames
These heroes of our holiest days '.
Y'our oath a Roman oath must be,
Sworn with a faith that will not yield
Sworn on the doubly sacred shield
Of Washington and Lee !"
The Italian army has a total ef
fective in all arms of the service oi
something more than 1,000,000.
Beecham'g Pills act like magic on a
We desire to say to our citizens that for
years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Buckleu's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never
handled remedies that sell as well, or that
have given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them avery
time, and we stand ready to refund the
purchase price if satisfactory results do
not follow their use. These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on their
merits. For tale by R. N. Duffy, whole
gale and retail druggist. Price per dozen
PEEBXKSS BRONZE PAINTS Colors,
PEERLESS LAI ISDBY BM IXJ.
PEERLESS INK POW IKBS-S K1M T Colon.
PEERLESS SHOE AND HARNESS DRESS I. Nil.
PEERLESS Ej DYES H Colon.
Al.i x. j-ncr.iis, Travelinic Ajjuut.
IN Tlii: KSTABLISIIMKNT OK
11 Bell The Jeweler"
Will convince ny onn that we have in
stock tho Largest, Most Varied, and
Complete Line of Diamonds, Watchen,
Finn Jewelry, Silver-Ware, Fancy
Lftmj'H, I'.u rnu-Ke . (iubl mid Hilver Head
Cane in ihp S'nto.
It wiil he " ImiriH iru, rent to fee
our ko,1,1h Im fori tpu rehBRi nic -
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
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Pi I 1 ; In'' I udf llii- ) cf o mni known m
'T 1 1 K J.-I.A M " rf'o ih- hurl or roml way
l''i:iik; ttierclo from r M r-ront t l
A'mi, WHit-r h, Hfe no t 1 tik f! t led 1 n Th
o.'ui i - - n in I lit- bt M in I hf 1 1 v for All man a
f ii I 1 1 r 1 1 1 1; l Uii'OHi k wli.l iln Ia'( aft
!Ml !ru' tinr w h t c It lift. p h in p : ('- pi li of
Writer f i icudli x Mini u n ) on d I n g it I th
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ttH RHlni' wlh I nt ml . v 1 : .. f : i r n ' P I fil ti
Upni i,n I i. o it. u i- u 1,1, i . it i i i hi 1 fir fl.r -I
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dr. li I w : f 1 nit at.i) It.-:, i 1 . t - i e A I
VALUABLE TRDfK LAND FOR SALE.
Al.oi:i HM11V Ai'KVN (M.KAIlH) I.aMI,
m u.i'nl wlihlfi fn1!'M f t Iim r 1 1 v . nil 1 1
nt.!.- for iin.'li rn,ii:j ktchI m r Kin -All
WAT AON A M'KKKT,
in !t. Hi'ul Km. AKfiili.
Kinstors Book Store.
In Hotel 'full Hu ldinp
Finest Ever Brought to
the City of New Berne.
Rock Bottom Prices.
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer.
ie6dw Middle Bf. New Berne.
bottles, 8 .00
Salt will curdle new milk : in pre
paring porridge, gravies, etc., salt
Bhonld not be added until the dish
I bought medicine in thirteen States,
but nothing helped me till I used Ely's
Cream Balm. In four days I could
hear as well as ever. I am cured of
catarrh as well. It is the best medicine
eyer used. Garrett Wildrick, Hast
ings, N. Y.
I could scarcely speak; it was almost
impossible to breathe through my nos
trils. Using lily 's Cream Balm a snort
time the trouble entirely disappeared
J. O. Tichenor, Shoe Merchant, Eliza
A mother's tears are the same
in all languages.
DR. H chphkitb ' Specifics are solentlflc&lly and
prepares prescripuuus ; utu ittr imuj
rlate practice with success. and for over
inlUMl bv the dcoi.Ii. Ev.-ry slnKlo Sik-
i a &Declal cure for the disease named.
hee Specifics cure without dniKKlnK. punf
p or reducing the system, and are In fact and
lyieaovereig-n reneairioi me v oria.
S-IiimI boolin and fchool suppliei a
t-pecijiliy it ml ut liviij pricei.
Kiynter'n candy, the best in Iowd;
fruits, rijiara, tobacco atod nnufT.
Headquarters, for fishing tackle,
crockery, glassware, etc.
Agent for tho N.jw Ilavis Hewing
JOHN L. HARTSFIELD
Kincton. N. C.
Vance Male and Female
(UST OF PBDICIPAI. HOS. crRES. PH1CF.H.
1 FeTers, Congestion, inflammation . .'.J
v-O WnTrai. Worm Fever. Worm follr .'ii
, 3 Crylnj Colic, or Tee-thing of Infants
) 4 Oiarrbea, of Children or Adults
' S Dysentery, Griping liUlous Colic.
6 Cholera Morbus, Vomiting
ZConahs, Cold, Bronchitis
X',n vo 1 tri n . ToothSA-he. Facearhe
fleadsiches, Kick Headache, ertlgo
yspepalB., Bilious stomach,
atprrttrd or Painful Period.
! Whites, too Profuse Periods
I Crpap. Comth, Difficult Breathing .
Halt Rheum, Ervslpelas. Erupili.ns.
iietinatiiDi, KDPumauc ams
'if and A orne. Chills. Malaria .00
IT Piles. Blind or Bleeding . . .30
i 9 Catarrh, Influenia. Cold In the Hen.i .30
O Whoopina; Cough, violent Coughs. .30
, S4 General Debility. Physical Weakness 30
2? Kidney Disease' -30
38 NerTons Debility , lJ1-9
30 Trinary WeaUneis. Wetting B.-d .50
32 Diseases of theHeart, Palpitation 1 .00
A Good Investment
Is that which yields large returns from
a smalj outlay. Keader, the way is
clear: No speculation, no chance, big
returns.' If you are like most of man
kind you have somewhere a weakness
don t feel at all times just as you'd
like to headache today, backache to
morrow, down sick next week all be
cause your blood is out of order. A
small outlay and what large returns!
You invest in Dr. Pierce's Qolden Med
ical Discovery and soon pure, fresh
blood courses through your veins, and
you are another being!
Cutaways, Sacks, and
We are having some good weatli
er just at this time, and the farm
ers are much iu need of it.
Pied at her home near Bay boro j all Qf VerV Latest
on the I'd inst., Mrs. Martha Ann j J .
Ireland, wife of David Ireland. j
Our grass and clover farmers Stales,
have had a hard time to save their !
hay, which jou ought to see and ;
be convinced that nowhere can ;
Pamlico be excelled in the pro
duction of the grasses and clover.
Corn is doiDg well, and so are
oats, bat the seasons have not been
so favorable to cotton, but if the
rains will hold up and give the
farmers a chance to clean out the
grass aud put their crop in order,
j cotton will soon be 0. K.
1 The Justices and commissioners
i met at the court house in Bayboro
yesterday and transacted the busi
ness incambent upon them. The
amount of taxes assessed for all
purposes, State, coanty and special,
was 02 cants on the 100 valuation,
and on the poll $2. 75.
The shipping of Irish potatoes
from our section will begin this
week, and they are fine. Xo one '
has a Dunn Willett quantity, ;
but uearly all have a small quanti-1
tv. and take the aggregate of the
countv and it will come up pretty
I SHOES !
Sold by Drngglsta, or sent postpaid on receipt
ef price. Da. HcMPnuiYs Ma.ii iu 144 pages i
richly bonnd in cloth and gold, mailed free.
Humphreys' MedlclneCo.ltm Fulton St. N i
All of tbe above medicines are for
ale at the drug stores of F. H. IiufTy
and R. Berry, Mil;l!e strrct. New?
Berne. N. C.
OpeMd January 28, 1889.
The .alronagp i,f tl.t ullic in res
Terms for young laJiv i ot ex -td -ing
&70 U0 per stHhion of live mouths,
including Vocal ami Inxii umemal
Music, full course in itook-keupiDg
and C'omrcerci-il av.-, ami IVnman
M.tr.v pi:i: tlir..u;li for 60 00.
Fu II cot j h of com u n t leschc rh
Fi r further information a.l.inm
tiii; 1'i.Ai i; to
BUY GOODS LOW,
ROBERTS & BR 0.
Uif. fH l. li
We keep con.t:.il) n, .-' k
Boots and Shoes.
Don't fail to give uaa trial when in
need of anything in our line.
ROBERTS & FRO.
GREEN, FOY & CO.,
Do a General Banking huinosrf
New Banking IItsk
Middle Street, fourth door below Uutel
foldwlj KV BEUNK. N I
By t'Oflnf twtol
salt Mid MtlBff fafl
ajf nt fnrlrifcsiji
opt of M rti im
w -hii mmmd
ut of fa in 1 1 jr ralt tnfrsUitr with oar fwtak
ht Onrn am) nil mMriia bvuMbold srtirt
fTr err-al ini)urn.nU to Aaron t utd o4br Tfca
K tle us rriirtly fltlsxl an1 1juatl lkd r WUTmi)U4
in nery rr, kntl r onl j off artid si Uui prto for th pr nt
I iioiiirjEf amDta ti'l othrri to h&odl our f ooda . Ob tea
.- .ar ruh unler frrnii our mftmaiath rirenUr will J M
apt irf ral frM, (ir nil w you th pnr -psiid for Iht Mai.
k. T. KVAliM A U lilauid IMIuUp, CHICiCO, ILL.
m tin i tnM
Eclipse Sewing Machines.
TIIK MiW BFRUt FI HMTI UK II
We hare ou hand and are manufartitrlrii'
and recelvlDd every day tiandaomv I'mrlor
HulU, ( Iiaiuber Hulls, Hall Htamls, Mini
rolin, lit ska. Chalis, Lounges, Tin Hafes and
Mattresses. All the Roods we manufacture
an good and substantial. We also have 1 he
flues! stork and latest style of Baby Car
rl Hues that baa ever been brought toiMa
city. W have a, fine stock of ('looks, llo
lures and Mirrors. We pay spot cash for
our goods and get a discount of 40 and Ml per
cent, therefore we can sell golds chear
thim any oilier More In this elly. Weaie
i iHO ill, i j t K (o- the I- c 1 e Mt w 1 1 g V uch 1 ne
It Iiuh i.o uiutl. 11 oii vrtinl a IliHl-clats
IHin-ii'll'- ' -.! mTmI K.-c UN I.e'oie I n ln so
wher" k . ,n ruoncv.
T. J TURNER & CO.,
A :i M .,U1 hi :
f, N'W li.-rue, ' . I.
VAN WINKLE GIN MACHINERY CO., '
COTTON GINS, PRESSES,
FEEDERS H CONDENSERS.
CAVTIOX TO MOTIIKIIS
Everv mother is cautioned against giv-
Tlifl FUli chapter of 2d Kings ng her child laudanum or paregoric: it
an.l chapter .'IT of Isaiah are both ,un,n.tu craying tor aumu-,
1 i anta wliioli I.-1 1 1 s thp minil or tne cnilu.
Acker's Baby Soother is specially prepared gtOCk.
to benefit children and cure their pains. It ;
in riarmlecs and contains no opium or
spurt, but truth can do the steadi- morphine. So!d by R. Berry, h'ewbein.
1 est trotting. ' N. c.
We will take pleas
ure in showing you
through our entire
The Van Winkle Cotton Gin Machinery
Runs Light, Makes Best Turn-Out,
Clean Seed, Good Sample, Etc.
liril.,l Knur (...Id l.ill si lln Tmii
Slnle Knir fur On- llrnl lnnlns Mm.
iliin.ri ;.,!,! M..lnl HI I n I rn I Ion I
'etion I' t i.oHii ln n I llsnts) sad
lmrleaK.il Ir '. Hirt Irlte nt
Trl...r... -.. Knir.
tr".- rut f 'i -'l. cb and dljkcoiinuk
Van Winkle Gin and Machinery Co.,
FROST KING COMPANY.
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF
Fai.seiii k u can tn.ike the best
W. B. FLANNER,
RlS ekvatj ve
Trade Mark Rglstercd31Ian.h 9th, 1SU4.
M'alt-r, AcldN and Iol li
not allVcl It.
Prerents Bricks Turning Whita.
Iii-(lfi till 'WhIIn mid hur-
Waterproofs Brick and Stone.
Itlank aIN inudc H alcr
You Can Paint Over
Cemented or Brick. Walls
Treated with Preservative.
V n V uur rin aiil) it.
tiv Scud fvr rriins and fatal, .g-uen.
OFFICES : or S. E. Cor. 3d and Walnut St's., Phila., Pa. 12 Broadway, K. T.
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