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SXWBJ2UIS. H. C-. JULY 4.
i-1 1 1 1 - 1 "
If all poor wire know
Xo to eock, )kon Ur little nift
PRESIDENTIAL ClSDlD iTES. wkiifwi ol ajje umi prejudice
Tb Bxt prileDtil elrctioo 1.4 party, when he declare that
. long w) ort. but the prwenta
latum of thr rltmi of tpiran'.a h
n f mt day (warrencf .
CkvrUuJ, Mill, r.Umer and
Sluio, 00 ttx Democratic aide,
and llajriAOD. 8hennaD, Kdmond
a ad. K0r.1k.tr on th llpablioan, art
riiujr tli n)ott itutioa.
1 )(?mOlT!t II" I'iTt) ll.H DO filed
principles now "gAve whatever
national .mi. ven ' .oin el.itior.i'.e to
tU mi h c.iudulate.4 as (reeU,
Hancock and 'leveland. and ub
je tn to quail r e 1 1 n : . ! 1 -lunge ;tnd
ai 1 s 1 1 fl c a 1 1 o u . "
If there Is any tact clearl enlab
a 1 i 1 I H
(II, Pit KM
: . n : :
II 1 k 11'
IT l probbU Ut Uoa. Tl d
J. lUjtri will retara to tk I'. S
. . rTiwinrnd will Imi f-
to 1 3- Sot bj the
Tbtrt r many Mjxtj in which Hjhed in American history it is the
p-erpetnty c f 1 lemocrat ic principles
and !bt sage uf Vermont doca Liui
?lf no credit when lie denies the
f piealdeutal randi
con idtrd. and not
t ru t u of t h . i aji.H?rt ion. 1 he tt net 1 ,,. 1M n
ixu:riietii'ii ol the constitution.
stands us .1
light far oil!
upon the waters,
to" i"st ol lue itlale to the
principles and charuct er 1 1 ci which
Iu eural trius it ma) fx said
that 1 r uiovrati- state.stueu repre-
)licaa p4Uorm ut diatlnct principle which are renting jxil it i al navigators to the
.00 la fvor of n,i bT all member of that party, port of Democracy in the harbor ol
ad. How about Aa,i : u ja i IpnNica leader are safety, -'ljaal rights and pnvi
' eaa.iy i-omiiiilleJ to a common leges," have stood the as.inlt Jot
caao deo(e the faith. Fbn tx-mg the cae, the Federalist from the day s of ,1 elTer
nidaaramer to a bt ! I. ou . f candidates must bo
thaa th traaqoJ du jrorernrd by pronal charac'.ens
. th polUteal litaatwa. tic, x.ai p a 1 u g abihtv, iQtlaeuc.
i.l ir.riSil' v n,l 1 kinn 1 1 r 1 ? v
Worid 1 of optnioa taai -'-i - 11-
jf. tn I'omDJBT is rich
j M 4vs, m im m
ecl n -Tin
1 1 -. 1 1 o 1 1 1 1 1 :
1 . 1 in 1,
. I a in
pl:c. mts lor
in iv i 1 1 n .
1 u n 1 . 1 1 1
: !, pub
aM, ci in
i 1 .
ll - 11:.
I I tit
1 I I' i-s
' ' r
muxH to elect a rreeWent anu
Saj u Wtlte l!oe whneer
1 ue a p pro
artu-le woti!. sc-.i
ths cons -iera: :ou
r 1 a ' 1 e n g in o 1 1 u s
scarcely sufllce for
f '.hi- irsoinl
A'tOTTSU sptrt t it own r--ard.
It Iot .nay not be nstarti
O, bat it lore can wot bs lout
nl a UiTinz and .' re
TUB Preeideo: haa apvioiated
Frederick Doata, 0 Waahmg
Um, Miair to Ilayti. Tats 1
of U bee appoint meut. tienera.
Uarrieoa Iim made.
laV9IDKST HaRKl--' noa the
MUhore hatenlnt to what the wild
TtTM saj. Noae of them are ap
plicaota fof office, aad he i.s much
ptoAMsl with their chit-chat-
QnsSil- Wni.iaM H. Tai.ia
ruEo la easeate! as a candidate
for lhs Democratu- guber national
omioatKQ in Virginia. He is a
par geatlenian, and every 4ich a
-TUK Shah of lria ha-s adoptM he is '
acme ol the peculiarttien'of civil: r'or k.r
tkn, Imt t a rather behind hand in
others. He wears patented leather
boots, bat seems to regard a pocact
fcaadaerrhief a a superfluity "
lr appeart that the State of Ne
Yrk ha.s sixty seven of our consu
Lar aad diplomatic ofUcea, -nd
a joy a a boot one stxth of the emo
laaationa thereol. It pays well to
bo pitol State. lioetou HeraJtl.
Hot ahot ta being tlrl into the
Admiaiatratioa for appointing 1.
M. Kaaadell, of Iadiana, marshal
for the diatrwrt of Columbia. It
?a entirely anne eary to go oat
the District to find a competent
Tn Uoard of iitors of the
UaiT-raity of Virginia, ba elect M
tr. Taol lUrriager. of North ( aro
haa. to tao rir t phuuology and
aarxT raiiOTe Dr. I'abaH, who
raUrao faun artiT serrare, because
ot ad ord years. liotli Dr. liar
ilagwr aad tao UatTtraay oi V ir
glala ar to bo eoagrataiaU4.
char.vcterist ;ca ol ny riti.'en now
prominently befon- the public
ad, a.s ( o: . 1 raker, of )b,o,
jU-it now in '.he , e of '.lie coun
try, . '.'-ave .if. nth'Ts and
piv our rvsp-"'..s to h i ui .
A g'. ini'i1 sat is ties us
is no presi ien'.i 1 timber in U;m.
He mav lor a -jaJi'l.irc, for
whou-i ?!. ri!iMe will shout and go
to t'ii pii;.s in bits'ks of Ove, but
tin''" is uotlung .n h ui that com
ports w.'b the digui' and t leva
;.-!. c f 1 ptesidetit
States l'.nt that the
seoo N-l'i'ic vf would
draw ti.ic from the idea that a
ai Aii h o.il ouiil rattle in a
m 1st. ...l could become the
prei.l.nt of the 1 n 1 1 esl State.
raker has some high iialitiea
sn to the preaen: hour, and they
will remain the landmarks ol 1
mocracy. So well eatabhshed arc the
principles ol the Democratic part
that national conventions are only
neceasary for the purpose of 11011.
natingt candidates, and applymg
eatabliaheU principles to the ever
shifting conditionjof jmblic .1 Hairs
si to hold the Ship of State
th.- rocka 0 the constitution.
Who, bat one ander the in lluenee
of party splnt,would mention (ires'
that there y a, A repreeentative of American
Democracy? His nomination wai
not in the in'ere.st of -party, but it
is 10 the everlasting crtjdit of Deui
ocrst' .hat in a gTeat political
emergency, their patriotism roc
superior to party, and laying per
sonal ambition on the altar ol their
ke hjs Uen country, they accepted the leader
ust 1 nc! 1 rely ship of (ireely in the hos"' of giving
psace and security to the bleeding
As for Haucock anil ( leeland,
we accept them a.s representative
Democrat destined to live through
c ition o i t
:t.- bt lie ii t
s'C t lull . 'i
hu ll w
ii ic.l' 11 'i !
ti : on 1 w i : !
t he .1 p p 1 1
nine 11 Ie 1
ii. col 11.1
Mi.lt act .1
1 1 -1 H 1 '
car, 1 s'.IU,
1 r 11 111
.: ! sM,. as
ol 1 s and
1 1 1 1 1 en 11 11 1 .1 nt
- Li il tlpo
1 r ' II 1 e I, ' .
I Ills h.ii
.O I M II I
Mij Don't yv lUliau-Oul-cUcs :
1 11 view ot the fact that t he
philosophical pietist was perfectly
right wlit-11 he uttered his eele
tuii'i'l leiii.iik-. that '-we ale all
m " 'i' ii 1 1 1 ei s,' ' and need mutual
help and consolation, it isciii;iu
tha' ue women .shouht criticise
I'.scii as iiidietively as we do.
There oiij;ht, one would I Tric . to
be a strong fellow-leelin' :n mil
hearts lor each other. 1 In f ! In n
e ad in 1 1 in 1 inn ; 1 1 t a a i I, one
aie ft c e tioin sin. We cannot deny
th.it we are all liable to mistakes.
We know that impertec; ion is the
rule, and per!e"tlotl almost tin
possible in a!i respects, whether
mora!, mental, m physical. Yet,
when two or three of us an
itheied together, elsewhere t han
at prayer tneetuifr. we assuredly
arei me re apt to .spend our time in
finding fault with smnc absent ac
ejii.i-.fiT ai:i -e t h.iti in utteritif: hm
or, r.s, s.
11 iu 1 u l
1 h- in;iki'
et I w,,;
. u.-i.tli blii-mr.
' w. .ii U bless
tin yd en light.
i-u s fail and bright
iml del ighf ,
ii. re thy siht.
. .v e's excess,
: I .vc thee l.-ss,
c. ai nt it sli Hit
3CX3 OF KHLASKZY.
A I'l'.r.l KVAI. ., ll.W h.-
K 1 1 lar ue v, .me iii..irniuir
ln.ick him Ju-li up 0:1
-us 11 ee.
k my cny umk with
a 1 ended.
e p :-d pi
a 1 1 e h ' I y
t mni, a
1 1 1
.I the I nitesl
. a s t 11 ' i : 1 .
1 act ft"'-s i,.. v 11 1 1 1 ...
pro i ' 1 1 n . o ; h. u . 1
1 1 1 a 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 no-. 1 ' o , n t
, Hushed .1 : t .. piep 1 i
I . a 1 1 k .1 1 1 ' . . a .. 1
old , a w 1 1 a e I'o.i
each county heuc 1 r
has bee li 1 ecc i ei 1 t h
ply previously ( u : 10.
ex 11 aust ed an d a It
to this department !
t he sa III e. As tie
the old law i!, ii. 1
after in 1 . M u. ! .. ' .
di' 1 .i.u: i.-n .1 'in
tci ui 1 11 al e 1 1 u I 11.1t
I . Ueg;..(-i s ol I 'r
inhumed as to 1 ;
dnt lew as pi . 1 .n d
ui; '.he are not the d is 1 1 11 gatsh 1 n g the aces, crowned with
;aai.'.esol m.inh.l. l-'or instance, immortality.
...... .. .1
inf, nut so is a duu nog. e 1 ail to see u lku wu at grounus
1 1 r a s e r y
.g. 1 in st
pe.-.pb' c ii' .vating
m in i ft'Sti al
tosses h s J
at ; .e.
Kmaker ha.s uist ticeii renomi
nated for liovernorof Ohio, and it
is oroba ble tliat he wii
elected. Tins wi
shown in re.stu Mr. Morrill's exre'tatiou of
South -a long contained Republican aacend
virtues of ency. Is the nation so wedded to
monopoly and plutocracy that the
bans cannot Is? broken? llaa the
purchase of votes in blocks ol fle
so delightexl the people that they
cannot be drawn from us facina
Hons? Have the lordly manulae
he will le re- turera so ingratiated themselves in
pre luni eclat the favor of the poor that they will
bud dog's bra ery is
hen the prairie bull
id and 1 hallenges the
Th is mi in
1 at a an . 1
. o : : 1 r to
. 1.1' new
. and niO':
w , i ! ir 1 ' i 1"
, s 11 11 . le I I 1: e
; 1 1 1 n i.s he. i to
at the old sup
iicd ha.s Peen
ir a renewal ol
t ; available
.l-.i.y 1st. the
h : '1 .inks w id
1 ib vi id be lu'dy
i me u iieu then
b the iie act
e I e
1 1 e
11 'il I - e.
1 i dm ii;,r the .same t h ; 1 1 g
11. lid at the Smiths' will
e a k
wa: t l ess at
"a ! r. . k led l ace .-
s- ii. k p hat t hei t
nl lar:' and .Mrs,
iu.le ', M . - s I. 1
reads .' a t ! r a .
si. . "f : 1 - ;4 lament. i'i! i 1 ' :. ce i '
;; ad means the same tiling
I'.-otile like '.. ci :ticise ea.
sometimes To show 'la
t lie l.ross Ms as
1 t "i 11 , w 1,0 : s
.s titit a -1 -' a: nic,
1 lp top wiil al
; y as :. a 1 n
. ii.-i. a' id v ei
1 Leu n.s Kil.-eti'.- voice st..!e
i-'n 111 she thicket of holly,
ui t ui neil just t lie 4 hole
1 if 1 .111 II iitin; to fully-,
nl softly aluu'
TliiLitih the myrtle .n.il heat
In- 111,11. 1 and her son
su. pt u pou us t.ie'thei .
I Tit a:
' ' tl
su per .or 1 1 s ,
they have bee 11 Pile 11 d t .1 . a 1 1 d
times tn'Oause if
their super it nous ;
ing foul of some ab
in an v other way ,
e -let o 't 1..
gosMp, and are :
sv.ird. Nor arc we
cr; ' :cal as we seem
1 .'' her.
r o-s 11
e C a U e
o veil t
1 . ' 1 in
knew she went hv
ony ,'ir it alter
so u'teiiy hy 'o
. sv hen s e i.oid
.I l.o, ey . s as -be -Uli l..ke'
I.u .in jv,
.. uent by Hit1, 11
li. i e I lav .
Ami myself un.i t!je br;.:s-.
And the little re.l dai.su-.
sl.otilil ict our dear pa.s.-.
' ' 1 1 y wliisptii:r In-r pi aie.-.
I ii I 'he lass ami lier lay
I luod'li the myrtle and header
l. Kt' a ilieam ..leal iivs.-tv
1 ) ei the mountain together.
- - - -
Stay on the Farm.
The farmer's life is one misecl
with toil and pleasure. There is
always work to be done on the farm JefrigG: fat)! S
a gate to mend, a fence to reset, J?
an ox in the ditch, a broken door
to repair, a garden to plow, a tank
to bnild, a crop to plan, a crop to
plant, a crop to cultivate, a crop to
gather, and a thousand thiugs to
keep the active braiu and willing'
bands and feel employed; jet if the
farmer wishes a little recreation, he
can leave hia tools and labor and
spend a day or two in the woods
with his utj, or a day with lishing
rod on the lakes and streams.
It is not so with the business man
in the city. His business mast go
on. He cannot shut his door and
walk out. If be takes a day on, ce
necessarily has to put some one in
his place Farm life is a real en
joyable Hie, if well planned; bat it
may be tun ot misery u not man
I aged with a view of making and
i mixing pleasure with business,
i Farmers do more hard work than
I business men, and usually live lon-
erer and harder. Farm life is made
more tolerable by the joy and hap
i piness farmers get out of it. The
: business man has his bills to meet
every month, and is often puzzled!
, how to make ends meet. He loses
hours of precious, 8Wet sdeep over
embarrassments that stalk iu his
pathway, while the contented far
mer, without the fear of being
closed up by the sheriff, takes his
Farmers have bills to meet, it is
i true, but they do not come like rifle
i balls from a Whitworth gun, every
; week or two. The writer has tried
farm life, and loves it. He has also
1 tried business in the commercial
world, where u.c allowances are
! made for dry weather, short .crops
or low prices. The commercial
The Season Is ai Hand
Wire Dish Covers,
Fly Fans and Traps.
Wire Cloth and
A Fl' 1,1, l,iSi-i AMI vi :;i I'
1 o.n iiti ; i s
L. Il7 CUTLKK,
26 & 28 Middle Street,
NEW BKBM. N .
BISTER 10RTH CAROLIRJ
i r5lW00DWORK3XGf AftAMEMT(gJ
MO. 28 UNION SQUARE.NY.
fiT, LOUIS MO. HiUmffB OAtlASTEX
Notice to liqucr Tealer?;
The Vhol"klo n .1 UeUil Liquor
Dealerx of ('raven county re hereby
notified to come forwnrrt nd renew
their H 'eribe8 on July 1h: h . ri.piiiid by
June '-."-.h. tssO
W. P. LANK. Hhfri'T
Hy J. W. PlIiM.K. 1) H.
MARBLE WORKS,' Eclipse Sewing Machines
JiEW BEKM. K. C.
V al tl!
ill l-i' 111 Uiail
TIIK KI HNITI HK CO
I s'l ll.l. I.KADt:
U have mi tiand an.l are manufacturing
an.l rf.-i-U'lnK every 3ay haudaome arlor
-uiu. ( 'hBiulaT Hull. Hall Htan.U, Warii
n.lit n, 1 i.-sfe . 1 tiiilrH, l.ourike. Tin Hafe and
Mntl ra-BM-H. All Ule o.xJi we liianufaolur
.. Kimil mil iiiliiisDtltl. W al liave Um
. iluem HUi.-k and latent ntyle if Baryy I'ac
r :u trial ha fcvrr Leen l.riiiiKhl Uiirta
. iv. Wo have a Hue slock nf ("lockp, Hie
l. r'eB an.l Mirrors. We pay himiI cjiali for
our koo.Ih an.l Ket a I luccni n I of 4.1 and -'ill ir
; cent, ther. fore v. e run M il Kxda rlier
1 Ihiin any other ttre , n 1I1K elty. Wears
hIho HKi-ntH the Ivllpue Ke Inn Maollloa
I It hiiB in. . , ti 11 1 . If you want a flrat-claai
machine .-all and iw in hefore hnylng ela
! where. ' e will nave you money.
T. J. TURNER CO.,
Orders will receive prompt attention
vnd latiafaotion guaranteed
JOE . WILLIS. Proprietor
.1 Ji Mlitlle Bl reel
y-v berjif, v
on' tin1 h.wid i .f
IHTsuuai' just i
we !'. irtl vi' ourse
i -l',)Vl'l l'i
t a !
a ii il
k 1 U I V
t i unit's to quite true that the theory ot natural
will In' i i'i i. i il lit' ifrtormi'd y
them. At tho i;npoi tinir oopirs
of till" til''
t lie m I t di-t:
tin H' u h as
: . 1 1 ii.' ni ni is lie 1 1
. h.. : i j . : n;r : her w 1 1 h
t (.- . .a i-dii lorin ii
n. y la' iu i-fj.s.ii' to
: . 'I '. . re 1IH-1. 1 .s o ; ' lie
i'.it t th.l not in t-.t n
Vi't .ill th.it does
iiioni 1 1 i I o h . 1 1 1 1 u . 1 1 w
oiire.irsth.it - - li.ivc heeii "t.i.ki d selection is incompatible with that
about." or wh.n we personally of supernatural design in those
verily ; he .ulae -listeiieis never cruder forms which it necessarily
hear auy ood of themselves " iretH'iited tinder a belief in special
If we could hut banish nl-te in- creation, I do not see that such is
gossip fi'oui tleeeiit soeiety, tke case with regard to any
1 lie Dhine Plan of Creation.
To me individuallv it has always I world has no sympathy with a busi
uppeared that a false issne is raised ness man. The day his bills fall
when opponents of Darwinism j due he is expected to meet them;
make their appeal to the odium j it he is unable, his paper is liable to
t lieolnticum. For although it is ; go to protest, and his business to
with tLon who Ul;ev? that guber- consider it a blessed pririlego to
nJtori.il honors are e.intial pre- coin their blixxl anil bones for them
cirsitn to the prtvM Jen 1 1 al ofiic, it expcted that farmers
tv.:t thr jHNiple will nver admit adiI mechanics will become
th.U . lUiekeyc (iovtrnhip is the enamored ot poverty ami be
ineTitAbii' ireludr to th highest trothed to wrttchednefl T Nev er
excH'ii'ive vition on thin routi wsls there a greater delusiuu '. In
nent 1 "vs.- the jKipuUr majority wswith
The loabliran partr n not the Democraev. Year after vt ar of
wantiog in a.tutoess. It nj.y be Republican administration wi
wntinir in soqdiI and eoiiHiateot tlrivo the iron deDr into tin. soul
principles, but it m as cunning as a uut il nature cannot bar it, .uu!
i fox , and it will rommit no jtich miiohcKul will again assert ilnell
i blunder as the nomination of We have no fear for the Kepub-
1 Foraker wouhl Ik. Harrison may h,-. The election of lJvSS was a
l.vw groaod, Sherman may b an fearful ordeal, tat the people t ame
antidelavian whoe followerers from its fires purified and never
e drowned iu the rlool.and afi'i.n will the h ueq 1 1 iatinfit 8 ie taele
UMar tks rtt1ofU4Tkok EJaiooJi may be a cold as an b- presented of bought 1'resi
eomatrj. ifc- ptiferoois ioaas lt.tA e Aaj ol lhera WOQid dency and a degreed Kepnblu
ti rJIlo XKftra is us u ; be taken ia preterenc to i oraker. LOCAL AI TOXOIT THK HO.NP OK
fully ireet ! he
a. '1 lie "i'r".
8C Ii I a ' i. ai o t i.e.'
the i ..I 1 'i ra
Monday n I u . .
Atti i i i'-i' d
U et no l"i ins
ticu a i i v ' " t he i-.e.' "I widows, and
all ijf t-M leanLs will be dispensed
Willi an-l j;, w i.iK's substituted. In
addition, the t.Vpart men '. will be
engaged in mahm,; i:njir.r into tin
nat u i e and t t
;,;.ii ,'ei ti.e pres
, i pl . . a t '.oil s un .le r
",.te M i'.h t he lust
i I the' present ear.
, : u , 1 1 bo u ect'usary
ol application par
w oil litis
I'l l I .-, i.u vv lien
t spec i.i
PmB9iznrT IUbiuox iaUat
m Miaistcr to IUmis. Tuts will be
ma adatrabie appo4itJDnt And
(tmm hia oot e( Ui oocatrj Tb
Vmmk nij b aoJ to naa and
eoo4 aim off. Norfolk Virgioian.
lixaWTS owfbl to b UboreJ for
bsoMkM tay an ralaable: bat no
reaalt U raiubi ajerriy brcaas it
aM ba UborHl for Ths only
way la t work for a goxl result,
aa4 noC iepol a pen a rem It t
ing good amply be-AU it tu
bma 1 bo red for.
T poor popU the ii phi,
rtsa prast-xibea ebeap bat whoie
iom uetliciae; no r(u?iiig the
eotuiaaipCJoa oat of their Nxlies
H'" were writing an rtieli
tate Sorengnty and L'hmI
In the Unguag of Ul Char ,
lotte Chronicle "t be National Its-1
pablican party will never invite
, - r.s r hv n.inimiiinp & . n (H i J te poverument wuen our attention was
.,r w.M-w-r'. i-i hr H. i4 one directed to an editorial in the 'ew
who woa't 'go' in thi ctumtry for ork Star on "Ical Autonomy the
Pre-uieot. A wa-p CABDot bear up p,ond of l'n;tv." which so well .
an eagie lod.
TIIK KEl'Tt" RX Or' PlKTirs
If :: U- :d that it i u.elej to
d cu pd: tics at t hi 1 1 me, we re pi y
fjj'. x-ili:ic. relate to the govern
ien'. in 1 the govern mfn t is
coiu'.antly gung on there can 'w
n -i end to :ii:ticil .1 i4 u-ioii .
1; le. :f c rr. dijviseil to
truce, we could not do it, lor
our idea that we herebv
it .n our own. Ilie Mr
Into tair parses, nor eQiliti; thf m the enemy n Cr;ng ai-on u. If in
Co th rUsc laUiea fo drugs which co ai;
The promtei ,
they ea rrtx h bc:er ou
gardens. Kni U?r.
JdK.x la the dirk
a raia for the
atoas," whow toach
aay thing into g; l.
ol Goi are b-t:er lhn "pb huo
pocr'a tone." to the Christian, f. r
they trsanfor'ai the d writes! j ' c
tioas toto ta br.ghte. blc:n.
Mi. u i.-fieof a ; txju:. i :. n-ie
ta Uttle eirele la wuich he ; .ves
btter and happier. ea-a of in n
tiounU in ee that . e.: of 'ht rna,l
ircl the wiile.t: 's,i m.i ' wi'
al of us may hae fixed u i.
miad that oat of a ngle home
tkold v :b-w ;r.:'".i'3,'n '. hat l!
stimulate Ibe who ivmajon wealth
aad tb w!-io( : ed , : I
Iean Stan y
Ot! faaill.ec u.v.l to . .1
aaore olten "No eTis, im - rox :.
If you wan: a no w b-tli' . i a:
Cot I for :t if fexxJ, you mils', to. I f.-r
tt: and 1 1 plessiire ) ou mut t :.
for it. Toil . tb ii" I'Vasure
rotnen throah toil. And m C '-y - l!
ndoU-no acd indulgence . 'A iien
a aian gets to loT'.ag hn wor. !.:.
4i(e ( a happy cue -Mornitig
TS-STlKVIXe; IM il .s I'a'N Pti.
IW!ir MrDo aid that Captain
lawoa came to his ofllce, raa the
veil, and wa. altnit:ed by him.
Dawson, bv uatifled, w u .lou..
oring in bis deaeaoor and warn
d him that he mail not peak to
ta French msid agun or come
aipoa hia pramises. MclMw re
frfiad that ho woold upeak to her
vfcaa ewer be eooae, and until be,
Oawaoa, eoaid ihov bis authority
lot (or bidding him to irwak to her.
tawaoa tho saU to wttae that
bo woaJd pa W Lib bini ta fit papers
.ance .'.u a injpu.ar uematiu
we ivaoi tiring, we ili
tnK'k, au.l when the next
o'n the . iiemv w.M have I tie ad
liepublicans cannot ivmpreheiid
the true meaning ol . piurio.
hhwih, while Democrats hae not
the lightet diftlculty about uuder
tandi-g it. Therein is the key to
the fundamental difference between
I lemocrat ic ami Republican doc
trine. Our country :s one formed
out of many parts, and it is one
leeau.se r, i. composed of man v.
It m too large and varied to exint
vant.ie. w h e. r l.x.t
baf le I t : ! ed an.l
pr . ic ' . ' . ' ! e r : r .
v.-re.l ar' er
I ' , e i; ii i- . ' ou ' ! : t ,
to more .iiTiLng Ileitis it ig
in n es.s to hh'i'C tt,e enemy,
tc eer. advance, au.l hold
a. ! e I . : ti.e t o n : 1 1 u 1 1 o n "at
ir ! at: I :.. the U. t e 1 1 r em
lie driven , and prosper a a consolidated com
campaign ' mumty. If Maine ami Florida
aiifornia ad Masna. husetts. Texas
mil rennsjlvajjia taj to conform
to a single code of laws and run
torn, the country could not hohl
totet her for a year,
It i local liberty that insures the
general union ami enables all to
heartily co operate for the common
defense and welfare without suffer
ing restrictions unsuited to climate,
customs or traditions.
Tlu; sorengnty of separate States
oser their home ayTairs guarantees
the perpetuity of the lpublic
We could not have for our standard,
any procrustean bod, because some
"f ui are too big and sonH too little
to fit it. New York must have law
to unit the metropol is, and parishes
of Louisiana regulations apphca
ble to their unique parochial civil
ization. Ami bo it iroes throui'h
ablare t otlt the eoun.ry, conformably to the
true Jemocra;io idea that the
nearer government is to :be jeople
aud the greater the indeiiondencel
-n w.w oli ed in its irpetuity. 0f localities in locai matters, the I
Senator Momil. of V ermont, strongej is the whole bol- jiolitie.
i:.tribut" to the l oruni.of .Juiv, A combination of weak links cannot
make a. ha n. .V herding together
of pigmies will not make an army
of giants. It i.s by cultivating the
that its , mdeendent strength of each com
will Humanity :n 'he Tinted States tn.it
er :wf.! iii .e monopilv and
.-r i. ; !vii a. 1 eu ' urous aud
l.ir i lie pages . f the North
American Ke u-w , t h e l orum, the
rribi'.ne, the K- o-n oai .s t , the Man
ufacturers Uecxird, and ltepublican
p ;-'.. cit : on gvnera'ly, are
' . '. h : '."I, a. if the !:f- of the
uitiou. an.l the hbertv tif the eiti
a v. g. iron artuds oc the prosects
o' the Kepablican party, ;n which
he ventures the prediction
tenure of iol:t.o.l wiwf r
malnta.ntl bra long per
bo i kei." :i embeilnh the a
: st twentieth .'eutur.''
W h is Senator M.irr.ll. and ariia:
rcceiN ed b oi.l -
ni toiei s. 1 e i . - Hi
III the l o i I ; i a . a
ol tie, 1 i a i ci iui p' i -ii
t ion h I t tj ii : e tl P m
new s i -a j . ' .
also hail- ' o I . IU ..' 1
ot ne. it I I P Hi w .tiuwe who
alli'ail it't'i n it.' a pension,
l.tMl h-;t 1 si I ip e having determined
in ti.e i.vw pi iisjon act that only
Mien vii-iow -hili he retained or
eniered i.u 'b. pen-ioii r 1 1 as are
iM'i . it, i. c s.;. a a., art- in actually
icat: on m in
the t la.s.siuci
iti ' he cases
pered gossip fi'oui tleCeiit society, tbe case with
: r.eiitlsh'ps would Iv more perma- hypothesis of theleology which
iieu:, and we would spare mrselves deserves to be regarded as in any
and others man a rankling wound, way worthy of those higher
many a never -to -be forgot ten spasm conceptions of theism which the
of nip'.rt'il pride and vanity: lor of growth of natural science, in all its
one thing by assured ; there is at parts, has been tLo means of
least one udi!a!e amongst every engendering. It is true that tbeists
, ;rcio ot gossips, and while the are now required enormously to
gnnd spoken may remaia u.nre- widen their ideas touching the
peatetl. the cruellest criticisms and . nature and the method of snper
slandt'iH are inevitably earned to human design in the realms of
their v u'tim. Kxcliango. organic nature, just as was the case
when astronomy rst revealed the
leach Your Hoys in vspire. .utter inadequacy of previous ideas
Much prosy a lrice i s bestowed i touching tbe realm of inorganic
on boys and young men that never I nature. But I cannot see that in
gets beyond the drums of their the former, any more than in tbe
cars. ne of the most useful ideas latter case, those who on other
von c u introduce in a young head grounds have accepted the theory
of the ia that its owner is bound to make of theism should find any reason-
nis mart in me onu ;i ue cuooncn auio cause ior aiarm in Deing
to try. Teach him it depends reouired to extend immeasurably
solely upon himself whether he j their conceptions of the Divinity
soars auove me ueau ieei ei me
diocrity or not, whether he crawls
or d:ef. Give him, as far as pos
sible, confidence in his own inhcr-
reu nift iii. . bi. ,Js a i
li n c until i he ii'Bt
1 .. I i s.h i i a u ii.ch to
i , 1 1 eat ;on.- anil have
a n . a .suspen
i.j.:;.: of ihe
.c.ttioi.r, .d rec
such t i:i:c a.s tins j
P ircd to furnish
pi ic.an : s
M eiLl.l a
pi e sc ii
sum ; n : hi
tiling nl ne ' a pi
commanded ui. I
ilepa : ; im n t s :
nt w bl a n I. s a i: i !
.pip enicn ts of t h.
pi epa red I oi n e w
and ample n ot i ce
t be oil u tin: of the various
papers t iiri'ip-thou' the State,
V el V lti'sjiectlullv .
(I W. SlNiitUl I.N.
Aud I am ijaite etire that they
would be committing the grayest
of possible mistakes if they were
to adopt the advice which appears
eu; capabilities. Argue that he , to be given them in the words with
has the same faculties b, which i which I will conclude:
others have risen to distinction,! "'o wonder that Darwin was
mil that he has only to cultivate reviled by mc who had the cause
itlum and apply in their exercise
'that uj'ght:- propulsive agent, a
determined will, in order to rise.
of religion at heart, for his tbnory
tended not only to repudiate
creation, but to discredit design,
l'.id him shoot his arrows, not at ; anil so practically to enthrone
the horizon, but tne.enitu. A ooy
who sets out in life with the Presi
dency in bis eye, although he may
fall short of his mark, will be prct-
1,1 I.KlM.H II K.MS
U heat crop
ai e v ei y pour.
The fai rest ol . . . : i
More head City
Messrs. (ieo. ll.id.v and Stephen
I.assiter are home Irinn school.
i on tig mo. king birds sohl oti our
st I ret s i eccu tlv at the low rate of
two for b ! 'ecu ce :; t - .
The di.dicaLorv bi riuo:i at the new
r ..11 ,1,., ra
" -w 1 iw When ty sure t0 reJC'u a U1gi'er position
!HM , ' ' , ! than if Ins ambition bad been
aiM'!i. itions .Pie i , . , .
, , r,,. , united to the oilice of town con-
w. be given ml ., ., . , . .,
Buieii" oi , iiuc n ant. c kmlu
the custom hor e.
This is not a land where poverty
is a serious impediment to ad
vancement. Very few of our mil
jliouaires were born with gold
! spoons iu their mouths, ami several
'o( the most distinguished of orr
u statesmen earned their bread in
early life by the sweat of their
brows, fortune's gifts are wrung
from her id this country by beads
and hearts that no such word as
fail, and tamo has no special favors
lortlie.s'.ik stocking class. Action,
sav h Aristotle, is the essence of
oratory, but it is more true that
energetic -i' is the soul ofsuc-
M. 1'. Church will be delivered by
the Ui'v. Pr. I.ew.s ol Maryland.
Mr. Presitiu Whitfield, who went
to (ieoigi.i iu i he early part of the
v ear, ret ui ned to his home near our
to w n t li s week.
Ir. ,1. M. II ad lev. one ol our best
farmcis a vreil as physicians,
announced a co: ton 1'iossom m h:s
fields ou the J lib i list .
Among tLo K iuruiug gents Iroin
Morehead C.ty last wee. wi- were
pleased to meet J.-. Podd, of Clay
ton, ei.iuiiii' for h.s home.
Mr. .1. A. Pai s. ; he genial and
much behked von tig clerk at 1). C.
M urch isou's, le.ive.s next w eek to
The best temporal advice a
; lather can give a son is "!;'"''.
unreaaoy as lord of the universe."
The lioj on the Wasp
A wasp is a six legged bird that
lives mostly in trees and under the
eves of barns an4 you cannot tame
him; he is too busy. Ifcever stroke
his fur the wrong way, because it
makes him mad, and when a wasp
is mad I don't want nnthin' to do
with him. He has what they call
ua stiDger," and when he goes out
a stinging, boys must keep away
from him. I leaned up agin one
once when La vas busy, and I
jumped as much as a feet, ma had
to put mud pie on that place. I
hit a wasps' nest with a stone once,
and the boss wasp chast me clean
acrosst the lot so fast that when I
got over the fence I tore my pants;
thcu pa spanked me till I wish I
had let tbe old waep sting me,
Some say wasps make honey,
but if their honey is as hot as their
stingerin' I don't want none. Pa
Onward ani upward an.l t."ae
C'Boy. let the eagle's i'ujht ever bo thine, j says the sting rin' ain't so bad at
nrst as tbe reKolekisuuiis ot it lor a
few days. Ue osght to know, cos
me and my brother Ike got on the
roof and poke4 a big nest from the
peek down in the barn yard wliile
pa was milk-in'. Albany Press.
ai tend a con .'ere:
The rem ark ; . .
Northern i; an : :i
one t oulil gi ; I
New .let.scv than
on the extreme
:s church in
ni. ble by a
town, t bat
course t- ery
r;or, but the fruit
I le:;c of ll ivor
The overt h to . f
system would l-
a a: rT
the great Kepubhc lias become ;n
vincible. That u the iemocrat c
idea of the formation and jirerv a
tion of a great united Kepubhc.
The Republican notion isdidei
ent. It is that the country ought
I fo h a aobil wholo w i r ii liL tl 1 i a- s
for all parts and with ower dis
tributed from a .entral authority
down to the tieople. instead of InMng
delegated from the people up
through tbe various an; hont.es ol
localities and States.
Ia the Democratic creed local
autonomy is the Iximl of unitv.
wai-kin.l, it will lie a colossal monu- Thft minute self government is
one is an are t
this easoti ari
that 1 1 pcti.. la
the vvoi II (':
an . I t.i-'c
'Ihe 'iol . t'. '..- .-eiv.ces at the
M. P. C'.un li. o.i Sunday the r.iul,
iust., w:.l be a ijotab.e event in the
chin cli rt. cords .-; our town. Not
ouly is the cLuic'u the handsomest
exteriorly iu our town, but its beauty
of design au 1 iimsb, it.s interior is
surpatv.iig. N'otbing bespeaks the
wtnili ami p'ety ol a people more
poteul.y t...m the.r labor
1 he l.iucoln History.
Following upon tbe July chapter"
of 'The Life of Lincoln" which,
as already announced, deser t be the
Fresident's renominatiou and Mr.
(ireelev's self suggested peace trip
to Niagara there will probably be
only six more installments of this
remarbabie history in Tbe Century
series. It is said that theue con
cluding chapters deal with the
most important and absorbing
personal and political topics, to
which Messrs. Nico!a and Hay
bring a vast fund of special infor
mation. Lincoln's sagacity in
tleal'tig w.th men and measures
and occasionally his humor come
out in strong relief m the chapters alcoholic
that ive the 'usitie view ol me
Kucw the Symptoms.
Wife "Cyrus, I am sure young
Spoonamore is becoming serious in
his attentions to our Susie."
Husband "Nonsense I What
makes you think so
"lie wears a new necktie every
time he comes.
"Do you think Susie cares any
thing fcr him f
"I know she does, tshe hasn't
eaten an onion this spring "
pieces. Ariose who are doing well
in agricultural pursuits should
Ipt well enough alone. The cities
are ,oyiar,erowded with population
and poverty. Th,2 most independ
ent class ot people in tjje world is I
that have a good home on a goodi
farm and make tLeir own living. I
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Bki Ai sE one is stimulated bv
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the renoniinatiou of the I resident, ; nafn;.,i BfP.nc,i, ,lriT10fnrai
lni;r'-t'-i nt di
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'he Nt-.t'or of llit StMi.te
j.ithor td the prejirit t.irirT.
the protf.'tis e
li i m ,i - the
lIia; li .'f a iirnt inirn i lia.I It is
the fiTpr;n .f hn eniun. If it
surv.v,', And lH"fltti i lileHflings on
1 1 ti nl i ou lo Hi t --.
A ;;f in - i... ,u'.d i.u; lo
who!! i iit'iii'i'l; tin- , insiJor.i; i. ill
uf .1'') man. Unit' tint's not ills
tl.un tl.i'iri. N . ' 1 1 1 1 f ) ih umitti'd
tlit t,a;i rn li.iiity its Ik ,m;y. lVfry
thing is j,-! iMipi'.l :i ti . 1 .irraned with
thf must f.ni. iimm.itt.' skill, und
t lit- d. r ti t .iml maiiili'st object of
plr.ts; n t s.'ci u." vision. The man,
theitiuit', wiin tiuvb ; Mr ii;iiloso-
ol the d'agreements resulting in
Cabinet changes, of Chase's ap
pointment to the chief justiceship,
anil of the executive dealings with
the "copperhead" conspirators at
the .North. Xo part uf the work
will attract wider attention than
the account of the measures adopted
by the religious denominations in
support of the Administration, and
of the sympathy and wisdom with
which 'he President met the sug
gestions of the churches.
exhaustion inevitably follows
Just as far as be has been elevated
beyond his normal condition does
be after sink below it, and this
alternate elevation and depression
is very wearing upon nerves and
diet, mi ih. -strength of neglecting! fifty thousand copies have been
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PRICES VKKY LOW.
OE() AII.r'N v ).
NEV 1'iERNK. N. l .
I.. I.. AKMiSTEAD, pitOfBiBii,.
I. NCII tll'HO, VI
Smoking Tohnrco from Hio oorks
took ihe medal priz..? at Vienna. 1873,
at I'liila.lt lphia, 18711, and is now com
peting nt the Paris ExrxMtiti .ii.
I . T. CAHItAWAV, Agent,
ml t d vvtf Now limy. H. O.
Sea Breeze House.
Thin p ipular hru-e in Morehead OUy
located near Die feaobers' iwniLi.,
is now open f .r (ilioBts at (foe DoTIa
per day, oi I' lve Uollars per eeT d'tiriog
the summer. The proprietor will dtt
his btt to please every one ho may
stop ai bii lit'iise,
jeTdwim J. T. EATON, Prop'r.
hi a m a Infroal myoadri aaJ
orddrl hi-n oat of tju ode. Dav
ao struck kin oa bd with
Ilia vtikiaf caa0 and fofloJ K up
v4Uk two Mows (rom hia haad,
ksa K iVrDo). bJ itiq r him
Ui M l UUVI VI mu ""-"I "
men! to pr;ituAto In- f.im
fa!N ili t.i.v.orvi uf ti.- li"
f'jall wi:b ;:, .nl :hf .r.U.
', : (c t-" bu r i in it rtc k
tor M.-irT'". r.h L. tfre
.-; if it
1 1 will
o f : ii
tlU-.'ttnl wi-jtlth. 'iiir.Ifil by
tl,,Al- ( pi prlll('r,, t-.inn.'t Lt
din imjirt;j; J.iilo o! p-irty prox
;e"t ikj Iol vs t he J a rl i ug luoainre
o( hia life i un iau trtoro tie
taken away Irom tbe eitizeiiM uf
St-aU",-!, cttie or townshijvt it In'
.-ome.i practit'ally imjosible to a l
minister a jreneral government to
tLe satj.ilaction or benefit of ' iio
iii. attire, and
w or Itl w ! ! i ,i ' . ',ln
Ins liitol't'. : in il;ic''
in i"irniri i ;. ui" lj i.- hat
her at al', ln-.'.i.i -.
m.Mi ! li i ,v - 1 1 ' i . i
ll ! Ill sP 1 1 .
iiitpi's mat tue 1 i" "i lcu,
ratio with the
i ' lire, through.
Ily I'tur and lloit l oldl
Ar.. n..n1.Kwar, ir, tl a rrw,1 pond ill, in
. an' nuruueu uj ' . . v. "
j.i.r.u.-u- , of theTiniJK membrane or tne nostrils
; i tie use
Ovrr tUe Palh'.rsa Ocean.
Athwart tbe vast continents traversed
by mighty iron thoroughfares, many
armed like the fabled Briareus, myriads
set forth daily to encounter the vicissi
tudes of travel, change of climate, un
accustomed food, and an atmosphere,
possibly miasmatic, yet with a calm
confidence that their heaiin vPilt be pre
served. When this confidence is based
Schedule MB" Taxes.
All persons required to list their pur
chases, eta., as required iO Sec. 92,
Revenue Laws of N. C are hereby no
tified to make their returns to me at my
office on the 1st day of July. 1889.
JNO. A. RICHARDSON,
Reg. Deeds and ex-officio
je29 Clerk B'd Commiss 'rs.
K. R, JONES,
RODOI.PH DUFFY. H. II. NIXON
Duffy & Nixon,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEW BERNE, N C.
Office over R. N. Duffy 's drug Btfire.
Branch Office: Catharine Lake, Ons
low county, frplpdwly
P. H. PELLETIER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AXDMONFV lilt! Ki:if.
Craven St., two doors South of
A specialty mad. In lies itim small
loans for short time.
Will practice In the Counties ot Craven, Car- :
teret, Jones, Onslow an4 t'amlioo.
United States Court at .New Herno, an.l t
Supreme Court of the Htate. (ebi a if
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
An ttiz ills for fiwiHTH w .' ill-r for suje iii
eiiMy a oil Broii in mn.iH 1 1 t..-!)ufi Hih lolloir:
I ti K .1 PHcrllM'i! Imi'tovwl K'h I ! stte In lm
City :f .N' Hfrii:
Nn. 1. WliAKK rUOPKlfl',- AV I'KIU
I'ul N I ; lnt-lttiles the lfce of land kutu
"Til K I M LAN 1 1." ai'O tlit. u ha if or roadway
leading thereto frtun Kasl h'rcinl kl.eni
A le.i, water space now leiiit filled In. 'l'ne
location Is Hie liest In the city for all tuann
facttirliiK lniriMises. whllv Ilia largest -iaft
vlNltlng otir waters )itv ample depth of
wat'-r for loatlltif; and unloading al lh
No. 2 TWO IKH'HKH AMI 1 .Ol H Al
C'NH'N i'.'INT. MTui)--d h.h u I'lllnaii.
No. I. '1 UK IKON Ki ll;,!' V.'AlliJl .III
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ON t I! I ', I N h,Tlil':n i ui ltd hi It ii. tf
a i ii 1 1 .1. ".-I ' ;.iu. i,r iiuh vtnimiiie tik..r.
ly. to..l,. i ,.i ij,e l.ekl terms n roil ntlirat
tlit. km in., w 1 1 1 lit ftol.l.vll. I.e fi.rniat.eil - d
ii IH. 1 In. I ii .ii in ti.e undersigned al il.eli ftl...
ti u : I j i i . ot 1 1... t.
WATHflN A HTItl'KT.
dt'i-ii dwtf Inn and Ileal histauj Agts.
VALUABLE TRUCK LAO FOR SALE.
A l.i.nt 1 i . !l 1 Y At HI- v el KMI ! 1 I .A 1 1 1
m I nn l..l : l 1. 1 ii to . mill' . i.f in.. ' I ; v , k 1 1
itl (. f.ij I r ... -1 l:.l.llt. i;M-nl I ,;ii'h '.
A, .. ',,
w : ti i v ,t ktk l 'i
i.i .j I: ;.l l i ;. (.'t.n.
Tin: ii,AtM: t
I BUY GOODS LOW,
ROBERTS & BR 0.
U'o k. ep i
-1 : .- i I V
1 I-'" '. :
tkoi'eor MoriiH, J.r.livs tb.e
ARK TOl UtPTHiLi
I' ,o w wiil cmTin.-e tou th:
Kjii..!i HemadT for the !
to a., o'.oer prrrlioci. d i I
;r.r f r ail TLroat ani Lung Tn.ul
t'rojp, WL "I'ln Congb and t.'olds.
(5irant- ths prpr'.ion aJ w;!l
tou a san-tiie Uottlr fr" N'H ly
iicrrr. New iiern-e N...
iiiin, u iu'U tiH iK) w n , it
lurlr ii .juicklv' n
ii think:, when h is con-
i:i: n .l.-iso of old-feh-
i'r. l'.i't. h ' iddsant Tur
nrt. titiv. sugar cateJ
"If C i
urtii w . i 1
Hi.iL r i
tt lo i 1. a. ok'
native 1 ' , .'
i;ranul-. e. arctlv larger than mUBtarj
e'd. A a ri'iiii.Iv fur ail derange
ment of ill" ci. .lunch. I; er and Uowtl,
they arc uno-iuV.cd
tearductf and throat, affecting the upon trie possession or tne supreme
lanes. An acrid mucus is secreted, the medicinal defense, Hos tetter's Stomach
discharge is accompanied with a burn- Bitters, it is indeed well founded,
ing sensation. There are severe spasms otherwise not. Brackish water, bad
of sneezing, frequent attacks of head- food the wearying and other bad ef
ache, watery and inllamed eyes. Ely's fecta of railroad jolting, sea sickness
Cream Balm is a remedy that can be Bnd nervousneas, aggravated by a jour
depended upon. oO cents at druggists; ney and its attendant discomforle, are
bv mail registered. 60 cents. Ely shorn of their pernicious influence by
Brothers' druggists. Warren St., New this sterling alterative, pacifier and
lork" "iwlw compensating! medicine, invaluable for
dyspepsia, feebleness, nervousness, con
fer ii disordered liver try Bct'cham "s Jtipation, malarial disorders, rheuma
p,;i3 I tism and kidney cocplaintc.
CLEMENT MANLY. O.II fil'luN.
Manly & Guion,
ATTORNEYS AT i.AW,
Office 2d floor of Green, Foy & Co. V
bank. Middle street. New Berne, N. ('.
Will practice in the courts of Craven
and adjoining counties, in tbe Supreme
Court of the State, and in the Federal
Courts. aplO dwtf
Dry Goods & Notions.
Full stock and large assortment.
Prices as low as the lowest.
Call and examine my stock.
F, M. SIMMONS. M. L. OlItilN.
Simmons & Gibbs,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will rraotice in the counties of Craven,
Jones', Qnsloty, Carteret, amlico,
Lenoir and Dyde, and ip the Federal
Office on Craven street, next door
below Journal office. npVJ.lwtf
Hoots and Shoes.
Rm 't f.ni to givo un a trial hon In
' noe.l i f nii)tliing .ti tut li,.i
Kl Hl UTM 4 Bl.l i.
The Best of Mrdicinr,
That pure Corn Wliiik. v, at
.1. I'. TA VI ( Hi S
DR. J. D. CLAKK
niwiiRi, . o.
OSes an Oravsn street, between Pollock
and Broad. par7-ldwx
Tho best in marltet fur the piicp,
At J. F. TAYLOR'S.
Casgard's Turc Leaf Lard, ,
At J. F. TAYLOR'S,
I oo: of Middle street.
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
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