HKW BCiClE. n C, OCT. H,
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-Tat NlMMfi H wrU
(CIAL rLl'BBMO R1TI1
aaa IB IBM paa4
LaTXST XX W.
WaMMarTO. J- C, Oatabar IS.
TWa area aiaAael ay daatracaJve
taja aaralac a 1 'viae. de
RntllWiMra W O. M Bricki. J.
- K. BaaBla. W. Z. KttlM, prti4Hr
M Maaaaaa' HlMi. Bea By Spacer
Bras Bee TaaaBitta a iaa tra ia aa
ttotn. Taa aaar MfM fcr Brht
a4lURi a4 la kana Beoa y 8pa
' aaar BnUM ajar mJ y O. Bw
MT4. a Oraa.UJx 5. C . ibow loaa
'la 93M.m Iinmm. Bria.a.'e loaa
WSLjIU). tMIMM iXX SMttB1! kM
la S100. tMrM 00. SiwMMBfw-'
la inaaraaxa I.0 Moa-toa
ia3BCv. m lMrttc. Taa total
laaawt f U.0O. wka a total iaea-
iti ko ta.ooo. ah ti.
sjaa tioy J wara eUaaaad t tke
f laa taa. Maia
ta tax wa Lane Bra
tare aaafca. buck cm
. M. C Oct. li
Jaatja Qmarf w- Lc. Saparioc
Car JaJfe 4 Kara, CarvkLaa d4al
aat twt BtCaiaaaey Vck ukt di'm
fir im fcara taday. Jixir Loan w
tear aa till aa aaacte Mufxrw
OwtefcMtia l3. fwf aatea h
M4Mh, m admitted to jw.-u
tm 1M3. we aaecta U au tha Ciaiaieri :
i fear of laa Coaati-
CMfMwi c 13 aa a
BMWWrtfU LUut 1M7. waa
KeM Ja4a I IS, waa U k-i
mt 5orB Carol iaa we
14 aevv" eiial veare.
Ua araa a Wlui Mtf laa war ui a
CakmJaa rtc aaa Bapab
l laa timtm. Urn aMaiaait gvaas aaaa
rtaay ky nathtic aomf usloai of -kmW
aTara mm. Bacara the war
a raaa fiaa Caataia t Qsasral la the
8tMv ratlriac f tv ik
i kt I Wa i triM Jadi
Lacaa awJ CaiaMy Boak . a tm
root f BU aaoatij. oa o Lh scat
okail flaaiB la U 8At.
WtMmmmm, OoC It TW PrwUrai
wJif af ! Ova. Ota B. EUaa.
llllanai. ta a Cbaaaalmlrii ar o Paa
)ai Oaati Kaai ago fai al th -aaoa
afloa) imU avwiiat aaxt alr lak -
laai i aaik dt aSa araavatad to
ta-kia W tW 4 lTiakaa a4 at&ar
LBSBOBt. Oo. !. TV Cua Pora
ra.k ka km Ul for aoaaa Una,
at4 M It iNt kkia Baarsiac. TVa
Data a mcMM. MaX worn mt thm
KteC aka aaaonila Bo Imm ikraaa. U1
ana ib law liaia aa Carloa.
hnUia. Oct. IB. TVa Sattaa kaa
giaai kfta BrBLka aoaaal aara a wrfeaaa
j,nailn Uaa ail akiUra kora ia kia
aaaalahia aTtav tka tm ot Jaaaary
asl aaail ka fraa. TVia ia ooaaiJaraJ
laaa a MaaMl-
a-ar iaa to a Care-
JocxVaL mad Yolh' Companion $ J .'"'
Amar'n A jrlculiurn t 3 2)
Soalaam CaltiTator i 25
Damoraat'i Maaxine !
8cUntiflc Amaricaxi 4 00
Ht. Ntchola .... .00
Droit Frmm Pr 3 30
Xorth Amar. RTie 3
Saw York World. J
Star J 2'
Homt ajid Farm '. "5
Countr Journal -
and Obarrer J '0
Harpr 'a Uiuii( i V)
Yon ng People S "0
Atlanta ConUtut;on. .'3
(Hi tubacribari rcc.a( ;.". J r
UL, aad daairing to bar acy of thM
papara.eaa. bf making application to
Um oAc in prn or by latter, ha-.-.- a
Maiaaaaat ot thair account on our S - n
aao-wing what lhaj will hare to rr-1: to
aatitia lhatn to any of ti-.a iNjh
ealioQ thay mar xiact.
CITY AND VICINITY.
A TOTAL WRECK. 1
Thi ;.-a :u "hip rioneT," of Ihf Cljdf 1
I.ini, Da.bfJ to I'lfces on Ike ShoU
Ni'ar Orrarokc I.lrht
Sa'.urJav morning tba tohooner
Baaaia. . apt T. F. Williaan, of ()cra-t
ke. br uijht to ibn city tha craw of
ih C.i J iico ilrtmihip Pionear. ( apt. i
Norton, which now hai on tba iboali
near ( Vrac.-kf a complete loaa.
Th Flchiit wii cn the way from
Sew York to Wilmington, N. C , and
w4. da on lt Tuiday. Sha n
prieocd Tery rouh weather cn Mon
!t and tnat niht the ftorm became ao
: !r.'. that the ti vl w at d rTan a bore
. :T '-r-' k- '. iht. The ttorm con
tinual. 1 ' n W e 1 r.e d ay ' he Pioa aer
wf nt to p:.-,..
Th" stoan-.or : about in hundred
: n buriJ--n and carried a full cargo
o- k'.--i1 freight. Sne hadontjard
otber rti in-
DANIELS WINS THE RACE.
t : W 1 1
erti;'. 'I t:io
ti le - "ti "1 'in IUuir:.
t Tacc in t lie a I toruv n w ' !
iv nd a by Ianif .
.Ve. 'lie ;:i!i-r "f the l:
o Kireni in- t uri'a:ni,:i
ltalniors und T.
ror'.h of goodf f .
I'LBJCH Clean Hi-
O Et-BiRTs -S;.-kh .!-r.
1. H C l Tucs
mir.iur m rrhar.L . bendn
f re. iht. Nimi of the freight
uri'd ic lonif u no.
A gr.tln-.r . of ihn city, who wis
al '.-r'?'k Jur;c thenuirm witneaaed
trie wrck;r.g f the tteamer. It wu a
a haa faiar
r. Oa. 1 Tka lock -oat o
ifaeaarara mt mit aiaoa
Eaxaa tkoa a4
tC vavk. Ira taoo ni
Cakaaa. vkaaoaaaoaa tka Urjai Ma
aaa af atrga aaaJtara la mil tka faaaorUa.
' aa ageaaaahla aakara aa4 of a
BJ la tmmrmd ia4
sa V4aaca aa4 aaa Arm
UmMUrt, H. O. . Oo Soaaataiag ol a
kara yaaaartlay ky
wktea aaamaaly kM a tUala
ammiUnT.C. ioaaatoaw af ikla pXaoa.
a iaa koy. M ra. Jaaay
aJaa' to fail ika acg
aaj. M. Jooa
faiJa4 ka a aaamilar aUaasp,
ka4 ariiBBBt raa aa wiaJk aa aia aa4
aaarty aa atf iaa aaa; a fcaa4 kafora tka
TVa fcayja araa aa 4faa4AtlIr
ilia. . U araa lakaai ka CaartoBia
a., ka araa fea4 tka wail k
BikB ka aaaiW
Oua. IB. CVariaa
Oarrsa. aaarrr aa
ktUa4 taraay a LoaaW City ky a
4VWtf BBjatioT wkiXa fiatailac arrawa.
tBrB U Ua VaXi araa Wa4
mmd Ib k kaUawaa) Dka aitiu Braw la to
aaiaan iaa 4aaia aT Bartka.
DaXUdOoft. H. TVa aaaacad pawpla
aa! UaaaiT Ua4 ko aarOwanac T aaaar
a iaa 13araa aa reaaa wkioa tWy
tka aay k faUB
i mm4 araf4 far tka aowa ac
aaa AiaaJakar ka raiaraa iaa
iHtli ac ikaj 0kaata f rei
l laBBf Bay wma iaa day aa
it ooarramaiaa a ooa-
aa laalJaaaeoiia for
4amlka. oa kaaai or
aaAar1a airraaa la iaa Soata. A
8s. Laaia aaya aimiiar
Iaa taw aa taa aoaoraw
.tr are !. ; r i r.oi
fooolf Jan now. A i . r.-1
Mr C 11 Mlark i mil
ao U rar cui of bia A wn .
oa Poilock atrt
Tha old tnmr.t h u r. rv. n
tr(. .-ppo:-' the J ksi' .
An ofviar for jjb-work ail the it
frvaa Florida haa jut be n turnrd out
ky tba JOTMiL effl.-e
Tnraa hand torn a moo am en r
aoipvod to Kiaaton laat week frcm tha
yard ot Mr J K. Willi
Wi acknowladga receipt of an :r..
tatioa to tha Ed e a to o fair which will
ba haJd October to Norember :
Tbera wara thirty ooe coot ar 1 1 -r.
at Iaa old M E church Su nd ay ni ht.
boat t'300 wara raided for Iropro"'
aaael oa taa bulidiog
Wa ara In foe no ad that a lyndicate
wii J bay tha Saw Barae gaa worka and
aataklaah an alacuio light plant, all to
ba andar tha aaana m anag mac:
Cap. W. A. Dardea will addreaa the
paoola of La Orange and aurroundicg
oodalry on tha parpoaaa and objecta of
iaa Farmer ' Alliance, cn Tuea-lay,
iooa tha aixty li imu.ic.i ap
poaatad by ehiaf marahal Carr for tha
FayatiaTlile Cantannlal. which op-rca
woraaa bar 10th. wa notice tba aeiaction
of Cap. Mat t Man lr from New Dama.
Wa aotdcad y-aaterday tnat T. J Tur
aar A Co. , f arnitara daalar on M idd ',
aaraa. kara pat a atock of furniture
la to tha balldisc flrat door north of their
tor a. They occupy tna two ttorea
Tba eottoa axecanga platforoa ia now
ooaaactad with tha Trwnt river ateam
ra'whaxfaad tha E CD line by
rail p4na rail Wa wara told that thia
Ha tha kwfloainc 0 tha Saw Berne and
Mr. Jihiti W. Watara and Miaa Klor
aaoa Bryaa. both, ot thia city, wara max
riad at tha roaadaaca of tha paranu of
Iba krMa Uat waak ky Rar. Dr. Vi
Wa toaa iaa friaada of tha aawly mar
Had ooarpia la wiaaiag tham ail tna bap
paaaaa aad proa parity wa know them to
A party af eight gentleman from New
Ealaad aa atovp4ag at Hotel Albert i
TVry wara kara daring tha war and are '
bow oa a riatt to tha oi d battle gronndi j
TVaaa axa iaa gaotlaaiao. that had pre- j
aioaaiy pJaaaad ccanlag and wara pre-
raa tad ky ia bliuard oaa time and )
aaarmaUaa raV"1'00- aaotber time.
: 1 1: .
a u r i r. -
ha r. r a r '. v S '.
Tho p;:r' ty .
for t.'.e r:u e were F
I . 1:iu-'.h. 1V.:..' . W:.: Hr..k, Wi",
Wir.ii and C-y . .lords::, of Halei-li.
I', w.vn t .m; w.'i: t,y P.i::.. '.. wi; .. tv
t!.:5 v;. torv. ..in,l t.-'.a'.p '!; ; ::i;tr
f the Hlzle.
'Tho h.-.i: vr. '.' jar T!.- :.i,---t.
k p:a, n front of tin- ; i i " s tai, !
and wa. w.'nd h t:r::n-:id us crowd
am id rn 1: o n : !i us: a.:n . 1 ! .r ,'o;i' 'an:
a", ran t.v--t!;-r.
''Two hratn wr'1 run 1 ' ' r-: :!.c
time o; ilanuv- wm :; Mc ' '; t:io
.Mi ! 1 , : t ; :r. t a - ' ' 7 - ! . , : , : s
.:.",'. : 1 an i 11 r " k '. ii ; :
a MAiiMKiiLM i'a:;k.
T h At (."eorfro Vanderbllt Will. do Willi
lour Thousand Acres of Ind Near
Amiei ii.i.k. N. C . IV-t. The pur
chase of four thonsand acre of land by
(iao. andertoit in thesuburcs of this
city ia now a matter of current notorie
ty, but hat be parpoeee to do with bin
real eatate here ha been, up l) the
pre'nt. a matter of conjecture. Mr.
Yanderbilt ia now in the city. He
brought witb him from Ne York city
one of the beet known architects of
liotham, and a landecape gardfr. er from
Kurope. It i now certain thut he i.l
make hn large 1 a n ,i into a piirk not
r. !;ke Tuxedo park, in Nw Vi'it
The work of laying off thee four ihou
aand acrea will begin tomcy ro w , mik ing
drirea. artitloal lakea. fountains and
otber natural orca men tat ion suited to
the location. The property embraces
many eminence that command vi-jwh
of the aurrounding c.iuntry and are
conaidered the finest and most compre-
hniirn in Ikij 1.,,-tmn. T)i im rir.inwrrT
me eighteen cf the j, be made far the mo-i magnificent
and moat attractive of im kind H be
round in the Mouth. It w.u graduuliy
be made a resort f r Northern mil
lionairra. each of whom will own his
cottage for aummer uee Amoon others
will be a club house, the moet elnborbte
and elegant in the .Sou:bern .St8teg
r r r r: The terrific rorce
r. d cr of the huge
-. . :i the a h o r e , the
Le i nr whirling,
ar. 1 upray.thrilled
' ith awe The ahip i
:. ! n :-. dr:er. here an i there at
t . rr. r v ' '. n win 1 and wBrea. until
; . : : r g : ! ahe ia aent high
n the r .aia M".e l r.gera hero a
whiie and t he n w i th a i ad den crarhing
noiae i daahed in pieea. The reasel
waa completely- wrecked and bar cargo
a - at r r . I t tf
S' . ;,tm .: 1 t There ere fcur
t u'i N. r v r. came to the city with
; tarn and tirat n:te were
f th-. r:k
n valued at about
tnt re was r.o marine in-
tota". ' will probably
NOKIli ( AK0I.INA tS.
From the Mate l'upeis.
The State Fair waa sUo a aurcees in a
pecuniary point of view.
The moet wanton cruelty the Mur
phy Bulletin saya: "Some fiend in
human shape cut off the tail of a horse
belonging to Mr. Henaon Taylor on last
Tuead ay night. '
Oxford Dav : E M. Fsecue, Eq., of
Jones county, ii in the city. He brought
Lis daughter, who is attending Greens
boro Female College, and placed her
under Dr. Hays' treatment for some eye
(freensboro Workman: There hare
heen freeh diecoreries of gold near
Troy, Montgomery county and some-1
thing of a boom has been awakened.
The precious metal found ia generally
on or near the surface.
Wilmington Advertiper: The lare
and co tnmod iou s o flic ? of the Atlantic
Coast Line Railroal company, on the
corner of Fourth and Kedcross street,
and also the depot are 1 5 be lighted by
e ectrieity. In all there will be nearly
lights tued. This will be a grand
and magnificent display.
Asheville Journal: We sa toJay an
apple which weighed one and a half
poun js Thia apple was raised br Mr.
Daniel Davis, on Spring creek, in Mad
non county. He passed through the
city a day or two ago on his way to the
State Fair at Raleigh . He ha i twnnty
fotir of the;." appl 9 wl.ih m.de jut
one t u she! .
1'ndi r the head of North Carolina
news. ( n the lirst page c f this paper, is
a p a r a g r a p h a b o u t the Cipt lire ofa gang '
of r.egrt) thieves in Charlotte. The
i.'8'ti'r "f ti." gang. Bill Alexander, has
since bten tried in court and convicted.
The penalty is death. In-tead cf 5100.-
O 'o. n should be about Si COO worth cf
goods etolen by the thieves.
Durham tilobe: Mr. J. J. S to we. v. ho
for years past has been the eflicient and
popular gen-'ral secretary of the Dur
ham Y. il. ' A., has tendered hi-i res
ignation to the bourd of d i rectors of that
.rgar.:. ition Mr. Stow e has decided
to enter the ministry of the Methodi-t
church and i 1 1 m n U e early appl icat i n
to enter the Northern Aliibama Con
f tren e.
i s-ive Far no r: li - 1 igh
l r I ' 1 1 r t h 1 J eek .
tr.e annual exhibit
ar 1 1 n .i i d ire d
'M'.i n and wi'l t e held
It will b i i-i,el b v
Amorg the it trac: i : g,
.M A rtH I KI)
A correet ondent fr .m Moreheaj City
; writes t'.t Mr. John II. I'iaton and
Mies Ida L Web'n, of that town, were
married in the Baptist church on
Wednesday evening, C'ciober 2d, Rev.
T. J. Leary otliciating. He says "the
bride was beautifully dre.-sed and
looked as freeh anl lovely as a young
rosebud in early morning." and that ;
"quite a Dumber of beautiful presents '
were presented the bride by her many i
friends " Anl rviis. "we sincerely j
wish the happy couple a long life of ,
peace an .1 happines.-. " I
At Polloksville. J, ;-, .s count v. Fridav. '
October IS. Mr. Frteman Wilcox and i P10NEER
Miss Lilly Fi: patriok , bot a cf this city .
Reported to bo a runaway r.i tch.
Of the various Baking Powders illiiB-
trated from actual tests.
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JOE K. WILLIS,
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
I n this i fi
at 1 ") minute'
and C'cr a A o
O.t. 19. h,
p ro . Mat
' o u t h .i and
Nkw Y' !(
b i r e I y s t - a
J w.uary .
New 1 : r r
CHARM ,.ljm r-jwder)..!
DAVIS' ii.d 0. K.- , Aiumi
I ra;.. . - .
SNOW FLAKE o '.. if.
HANFORD'S iN, nc Su. h
PEARL .Andrews ;.: L .
RUM FORD'S (Phosphate
13crnc, 1ST. C.
; in Tin: ' :v i ; : of;
H Bell T(i3 Jeweler"
Will convince any one that wo have in
Btock the LnrRCEt, Most Varied, and
Complete'Line of Diamond, Watches,
F'ine Jewelry, Silver-Ware, Fancy
Lamps, Riirmi kc. ' fold and Silver Head
Canes in the Sit'.-'.
It will be to uuyers interest to sea
our goods before pu-eh.-.Mng.
when riot fresh
. .aBBKwSBB j
- s of 1 "T.Ti o
A 1 1 1 .
'.'. A : .'
: u u i
I ud ing
i r ru .
will have ul,
I; witl le
of th'- N il
at Cam p li ; --el
F? r 1 1 1 i a d t Marriage at kloston
A brilliant marriage tvok place today
i iOct 16 at 9 o'clock at Bond s Hill, the
reeidence of the bride'a mother. The
conlracthcg parties were Mr. N. J.
! Route and Mia Mattie 11 Rountree, the
charming and accomplished daughter
of the late Dr. F. M. RouDtree. The
; groom is a talented lawyer of brilliant
attainment, is deservedly popular
accomplished to reetore life. He died i wbererer known, especially in Eastern
at t 30 o'clock on Sunday morning. ! N- C.. and is the son of Mr. Noah Rouse
The tody was Ukrn ia charge by Mr. ' of-ra''
Fatai Rij.t from Asphyxia,
Mr. N North, from near Waahing
ton. atoppmg at Hotel Albert, retired
to hu rcxm Thuradaj night and ne
glected to entirely turn off the gaa. Ha
was found nnconacioua Friday morn
ing and a phyaiciin waa immediately
aummcneJ who did all that could ba
be a colored femile bra-
military coibpscy of clored
K H. Pickles and wife, who were here
rith lliii Balhe
Mr. H. E.
during the iickneaa of Mr. North, and j Moaely with Mias Liilie Rouse, Mr. A.
carried to Washington on the ateam i
aaart ar tba
, aa Saadar. Bik Rrr.
A- Taa DaTyrwr araa soaaa arata t aad
Cataalia BtaBna. la 8.
rCatkadrai. Cardbaal Jaaaaa Oib-
soaaacraaor , A lar-ga
it, taotwdkaax UaStat
QMxnca. O . Oa.
Waaav aaadmaa la aat aa faoaraala
BaaJkiataa waa kooad. Htepayaiciaaa
ay aa via aaa ka aaaa aa laaaaia fcw
i Uaaa aad aoaaiBiy sot
Ha la a vary tick aaa.
Mxnmnxmm, 9. C. Oct. IL Sariral
aat rUa, k asisr taaaa aa iaa traaaaaar
Faaraaai. k Vald-
laasrM ar Baeaaaanu ranrvia ia
Taa aliar kaaraa Iaa
4 taa Baafarilaaa aad
i far Baraabar arar a kaadrad. eoaa
laa Baiaaai iaaaa loais of Vha 1 aad tag
i aa hka fcrara.
Oa. tl. Saw at ai aaya ago
it araa errata i ia
Baaabarg by taa dkaaorary of aaWtf
lay s aaa ar. a aaborb ef that eity.
atat la fea dataHa BB tacraa parpatratad
Today aaatbar aaraexty siaaOar io tha
aaa ai lunl aa taa 19n, taa data of
taa tra. araa aaartad ta Baaatarg
Thai Viiar taa rfaniai waa a baa yaar 4
girl, aa4 taa a Iaa araa aaora
ha taa aba ra star taaa tka eaaar
TVa aaiU waa artaaiaailr aaaaaUad
aad traatad ta B aaoat braiai ataaar
Blaia by tba aaa of a kaife
Taa aaatiliatioaa war bom My raaoit-
Tba body waa faaad la aa obaoara
i tg Uaaabarg aad iba ertaaiaal a
af Laatdoa ar
iiauiiaalr iaa U taa. Cp ta aoaaht
aa aafraaa baa kaaa aaad. aad tka
aotaoa daoariaaaat araoaa to ba eatiraiy
la aaa lark.
Wa ara kaaia aaaaaiScwal waatbar
tug Lime Maaaey. Mrs. Picklee, we ,
learn, is a daughter of the deceased.
He waa about sixty yeara of age
A Cure for Diphtheria.
The following remedy ia going the
rounda, and Ii ia claimed to ba a sura
cure if carefully adhered to.
"Take r jaal parts ;aay two table
spoonfulaf ot turpentine and liquid tar.
, put into a tin pan or cup. and aet fire to
the mixture, taking care to hare a large
pan underneath a a aafegnard against
fire. A denae reelooas imoki ariaea.
making the nm dark, and tha patient
aaama to experience immediate relief;
the chokinr and rattling stop; tha pa
tient falls into a slumber, and eaema to
inhale the amoke with pleasure; .the
i fibrinous membrane soon become de-
tachad, and tna patient coughs op mi
I crobaa. Three, if caught in a glaaa,
mar be axn to diaaolre in tha smoke.
In the course of ibraa days tha patient
: wall oo tha road to recorary. "
Wa wiaa tha en a piaaaa.nl riaii
raa article la thia weak a Jj; HiU
baa dad "A TLanaiy Warning." wrilt.-n
by Rar. E.iward DolL, coolaio vrry
baa adriea. Erary one who handlea
a (aa at all ahoald read it, anl than
practica tba rata which Mr. Ball sng-
M an y of tha ear ions accidents
that hap pan erery year come from the
fooiiah, aoaaenaicaJ way in
which Sraarmi ara handled. The rule
referred id U a rary aimaie oce
aVcudantaliy Shot Hitnaalf
Mr. Seta Parrott. ferryman at Street a
farry, ap Nauaa rirar, want cut to ih.'(
aqairrala oa laat iaturdar, ani irci-
daataiiy shot himself. We learn that
ba wu tak ing Lie gun fr oca a boa t .
polling tha anaxxla towards bimelf
TVa haxaaaar atrack ecmethicg. the
raa firad and emptied the load into the
aid a of tha man The woual n not
thoaght to ba damterooe. bat is itk ui
Dr. Soaith attaoded acd extracted the
sao from Mr. Parrott s aid e
Tha Data Tixad
According to action of the Hoard of
Diracaore of tha Eaat Carolina Fair A
aooiatioo . ia saaaion laat night, the next
Fair wiil ba held on Febraary H to
March 1. 1"0. inclaaire. beginning on
Moaday aad closing on Saturday. We
her flra moo tha ia wbicb to get up
another ba; Fair for thia section We '
wall to excel all prerloua rtTorta I et i
erary bod y go to work
Tba resignation of Mr J K Willis i
Sacrrtary, waa oi ared and accepted lt !
Bight Mr O 11
All tba raceacr.
(iji in n
Thara ara Adva- tag-a
Wa hat bran Inn Jed
If tha faraaar bad aay ooasoa so pack a
aa Una aroalat tbay bare Kad for it.
bat IbjFjBB Ik I hire bad pttfttag doae
t a port a laaall t Md ao far Hwrat po
usiiaa ara aat aaar ap to aa areraga.
Casra as a bow aa arwraga.
TVa I aaa ear; aor
a aatta aaftoaa.
at bat cava raaa r eowriag. anj
aaa treated by Dr. Jao. Parana
Tilgbaaaa Peal aad Jaa Weidea. tha
aaal aoatraaaor fraaa Y aad a aaar to
yaar tty. bare each iaa a raJaaWe
aataaai by a
TVa Priamilira tUotkst Asaoeiatioa at
Oraaasbora waa U attaaiad iaita
a larga aroard aa haad aa Saaday.
praaaa a a aaa Bar oc aaraaaa
aloqaaait aapaaa lea-e aa tha Uoaawt
aa ajaasr rana. laava waa
aratta a aaaabar rroaa rarxsaa swoawaa
aa iha Stata.
Taara baa baaa aayaral mmmm of bam
arrhaerte fa ka Taxiaaa portioaa of
m ft. . . k ikal
ITmmrtmm lau aaa aa attack 9
aaa far Dr. Aataaor Ihi Baoraiag
( Moaday L
letter, which waa rr-e:ved a few daya
ago by tha eacreCarr ef the B. ard cf
Bi ii n iti.r. Mr i'-t '. k -v
aV Sr.--.' j .' S- :- .
Dar Sir I'nui end vd any ir.f r
iaaa t too by ruru 1f thai o i mar have
laawad . anowiog al-r advaolag'a for e
ta hi ah tag a gtxxi m iipr m .I ammg
yoa. t'f curi. itdui(N largely
woald ta. cheap fuel, low freifhta
tiopa to aooo hear nmathiof
J. H. Bx is. : i .
Wa k oo w cf oo place more favcrably
eitoated for a papar mill than .Sew
Berae There ia already a po 1 p manu
anaaafactory bare- the S H liray
Man a factor lag Ccxspany make woodrn
piaia. palp, axe Fuel ia aa cheap aa it
ia aaywbaie. fre4bt rat a are low.
With 5naa and Tram i :- acd tha
creak e tribaury to lham which iiT
I aay accaaa io ipru ca or pop
" or woud f or f a a I . medium wi
1 tiopa to aooo hear eofnath i o
, mi) of tha
dartaai iha pas
ttaaa Bant that
boats aoceae to iha Try heart cf the
swampa, wa aaa ao rraeoo wnr pipiar
aad oa and almoat 'fn kicd of w o ,)
j taaa grow in uu: cannoa o fuhj
Broagat to tne mil A a to ncor, m
eoanaallt can furnish aa gocxJ and aa
. . cheap labor aa caa ba found any w here 3
u.1 akf aJaia that Wa raaeactfally refer the gentleman
9. xi. urir nanuiaciu
He Will Kaow Better Next Time.
A man living not far beyond Urtnts
boro started , with hie wife to New
Barne on Tueaday. They d rore a young
home to th buggy. When they got to
Urajitaboro they stopped at a wall to
give the horse water, the man getting
out of the baggy and taking the bridle
otT the horse, so that he oould drink
easily. While the man waa drawing
water the horse took a notion to run a
little. The lady pulled oo the reigns,
bat thia of course had no effect, as the
bit waa no; in the horse a mouth. A
genuine runaway took place, in which
the lady was tnrown out and hart,
though not seriously, and the buggy
waa smaahe-1 completely.
Murder N'ear Pitch K:tUe.
I.aet Saturday mghc Francis Ann
Harrta. who lived near Pitch Kittle
waa ah t anl k :'. led t y J ease Brow n. It
ia aa. 1 tlvat Freeman liarrn, huiband of
the muriered woman. hd retired and
hu wife wa.i cl oe-ing up the houae, pre
paratory to ret. ring, when ahe heard an
alarm fr ai the chicken house. She
wont to the door and tar ted acroas tha
yar 1 toward th chicken house, but
before he ha 1 taken a half dozen atepe
was hotded. 1 here bad been some
trou'o'.e bet -sen Brown and the woman.
B.nh are colonvi .
Tnere u great e xci tement among
the colored people on Sunday, and there
waa eocne taik of lynching, but Deputy
Sheriff ii. B. Blackledge went up early
Monday morning and arreeted Brown
and he ia cow n Craven county jail.
CoroDor Oden summoned a Jury and
held an icqueet over the dead body
The verdict w aji tnat Francis Ann Har
ris came to her death by gun shot, the
gun b-tfing in the hands of Jeaae Brown.
AllowaaJicea of Board County Com-
nt.aaioifri for September.
Hubert Meeiy. house rent for poor,
S' M T Bryan, burying paupers, $20.
F. II Mead iai A Co , medicine for
rxir. S'.1? 6 J J. Tilnon, feediog poor.
S'T 'J'.. I1.-- l.einater Duffy, superin
ten lent f health, ser r icee f n m May 2-4
o . -- lr 1 . -J $74 17. M M. Wil
li n. a. T'rj'. r if p.- r. $12 50. Fannie
Willia-ris. c.s k f r p--or. ?3 . J. A.
Mal ws supplies for county poor
h-u.e ?o 7o S . T.adale. milk. So.5;
Wm toy. tax litr in No 7 township,
$4 N.v Be rue J rkMl. advertising
f -r -vep'.err.brr. Si 2 '.'.'. M. M. Manly,
f ' r co p i n g ar. i com pi e 1 1 n g the recor d s
' ieat . f (."raven county to date. 8'0.
l'v;l Tnjp. f Nr repairing stock law
fen -e in N 1 1 towDship, 87 O'c . R. T.
H '. abernT of Baufort county,
$.7 - , W B l ane, aheriff, conveying
luna'ice t -. Faetern Inaaae Asylum.
:.''".. W 1 Line, sheriff, fee. 830.40.
W H I.ir.e ohen.'T. feeding prieooers.
jyl J A Meade i, for rraanev ad
Tr. - ' 1 on repairing bridges; 8o7 32 .
Jim.' A Bryan, chairman board of
county com m laeionera . per diem, 811.
r NV Small wood, wmmmioner, Dr
i ? . '" Daniel Lane, commissioner,
p t J.fiu. S'j . ' J A. Meadows, com -mijiaioner.
pr diem, $34: William
t'leve. com m ;a i oner . per diem, 8 10 50.
J A R.charJaon. clerk of board of
ommisai ner. S-4 '.0. New Berne
J :-,: alverlising for August.
T. Hill with Miss Mattie W. Rountree,
Mr. F. M. Rountree with Mii) Lidie
Iaseiter and Mr. J. R Hartsdeld with
Mis Hattie Slocumb. Mrs. J. T. Mid-
ytte played the beautiful wedding
march, and Rer. J. J. Harper, of Smith
field, performed the ceremony, after
which the bridal party proceeded to
the depot where they took the 10 o'clock
train for La Orange, the Lome of the
groom 'a parents.
The happy couple will be at La
Granre sereral days, when they will
return and be the guests of Mr. B. F.
Nunn. in the unique and handsome
hotel Tull. The lore and affection with
which the bride is regarded was tested
by the numerous and handsome pres
ent sb received. The beat wishe of
an admiring community attend them.
Cor. News and Obserrer.
JAlh TH E Rl PPER'S LEITFU
HI W ARN? WNDOSIMTI1AT HE WII. I. HE
"CN TH JoB" tH TOBF.R Io.
IyGNlxj!. I ict. 12 The secretary of
the Wbitecbapal vigilance committee
baa received a latter signed "Jack the
Ripper" that reads aa follows:
WnrrxcHtPtL, Oct. 9, 19.
"Dear Boss: I write you thue few
line to let you know, as you are the
boa of the vigilance committee, that
the laat job was not me. You might
bare known it was not me, for I would
not hare made such a botch of it.
"Nerer mind , young man: yon can
keep your lamp open for the 18th of
October. I am on the job again. There's
no blood knocking about, or I would let
yoa see some. Ntver mind look out,
old man; you're a brave sort. You
thought you had me once. Yours in
haste. Jack the Ripper. "
The letter ha been placed in the
bands of the police.
Sam Jonrs' Sayings
One man and (od Almighty makes a
I d rather boa dead lion than a live
dog. Ool enough dogs without me.
Beef it worth only four cents a pound.
Manhop-d, is worth a million dollars an
When a preacher wiih one wife and
eight children can live on S-0O a year,
he ia a financier.
Yoa want one good man in Durham.
Y'ou'vegot snough pieces to make one
good man. Can t you get em together '.'
There are plenty of men in North
Carolina that as ther hare money tbey
cannot be saved, (iod may lay them
fiat of their back to save their souls.
A bowlegged fellow haa a poor chance
in this life. A country girl won't have
him because he can't keep the calf off ;
and a town girl won't hare him because
sbecan't sit in his lap. Durham Bun.
To the Officers of the TeopIeN Mutual
Assurance Fond of LonUTille, Ky.
GatXTLBXEj? It givene great pleas
ure to aaknowledge tba receipt of your
check promptly and in full at maturity
for the amount of insurance carried by
your Company on the life of my hus
band , E. F. DeBrubl, deceased. I take
pleasure in reoommending the People's
Mutual Assurance tund to my friends
and others wishing life insurance, as
safe and reliable. Yours rery truly,
Mrs Si'San Df.Bruiii..
The Colored School
At a meeting of the committee of the
i:h school d ietrict held Oct. 1st. 1"9.
the folio ing teachers were elected to
the respec.ive colored schools of the
d istr ict :
New Brne Graded School, C. E
Palmer, Principal: Teachers. George
F. Davis. Georgie A . Physic, Betty E
Whitty and Alex. Bass.
Pleasant Hill, Hyman Thompson and
Red House. M. D Frar.-di
Rockey Run, Jno. T. York.
Willis' Chapel, Susan M. I-ewis.
It was ordered that the New Berne
Graded School be opened on Monday.
Nor. 4th, 1 SSS. and that the country
schools be opened Monday December
Wat. M. Watson.
Sec y cf Com. of ?th District
Superior (.onrt, 1 -'..
Onslow November 4.
Dare Norember 4.
Hyde Norember 11.
Ienoir Norember 11
Pamlioo Norember 1?.
Duplin Norember 25.
Beaufort Norember 21
Craren Norember 25.
Judge Gilmer will preside
g i r s .
Winston L a i y : We were chon li v e
pears this morning that weighed in tbe
aggregate cine pounds and two ounces.
One of the pears weighed two pounds
and three ounces. They were growu
on the farm of Mr. C. F. Davia, who
lives about seven miles north of here.
We have never in our life seen such fine
fruit as we are occasionally shown by
the farmers of Forsyth county.
Washington Gazette : Lsst week the
wheel of a double horse wagon with 14o
gteen rails on it. ran over the head of a
three-year old son of John Hodges and
scarcely hurt him. He missed only two
meals in consequence of tbe accident.
A remarkable escape. The same boy
at one time fell into a well, and when
found waa lloating on the water. His
mother went down the well and brought
him safely out.
Rileigh Call: The students of the
College of Agriculture and the Mechanic
Arts were out in the fields Saturday in
short sleeyes, with hoes, plows, etc.,
learning agriculture in a solidly prac
tical way. Rev. G. S Williams, who
has been here for two years paet as
pastor of tha Baptist Tabernacle, has
accepted a call to the Second Baptist
church of lirookln. New Y'ork, and will
soon leave for his dutea there.
Chasbam Record : There is said to be
a blockade st 11 in this county that
beats anything of the kind that we ever
heard of. An old churn is used for
beer stands, a two gallon pot is used for
the still, tbe cap of which is a pumpkin
cut to fit it, and the worm is the limb
of an elder bush with the pith bored
out. Tbe amount of whiskey made in a
day is a pint to a quart. Wonder if
the revsnue raiders will ever find this
Oxford Orphans'Friend : A piokage
of interesting and instructive books and
papers was kindly sent the children
last week by Mrs. J. A Simpscn of New
Berne. Strawberries transplanted in
October and early part of November,
mulched or littered with pine straw, cut
hay or straw, cotton seed hulls, wheat
rye or rice chaff, to protect them during
winter will produce a crop of choice
fruit in the spring. And a top dressing
of wood ashes before the litter is ap
plied ia also quite beneficial.
Raleigh News and Observer: Mr
Francis T. Bryan, son of tbe late dis
tinguished citizen of Raleigh, Hon.
John H. Bryan, now a citir.cn of St
Louis, has donated to tho library of the
University of North Carolina 160 vol
umes of rare and costly works on en
gineering, architecture. Biblical and
Greek and Latin literature. The gift
comes in moet apt time as Major Cain
and Prof. Gore have determined an ad
vanced engineering department. Mc.
Bryan graduated at our University in
1S42 among the highest scholars.
Raleigh Call: The exodus movement
is very quiet here, but is quite vigorous.
One exodus agent ia operating among
the negroes and the representative of a
railroad is here sending the exodusters
over his line. They do not leave tbe
city any more in the daytime. They
have cars attached to the night trains
and leave under cover of darkness.
Four car loads of negroes have gone
from here during this week and another
car is tilled to leave tonight. The ex
odusters start without any clear notion
of where they are going. They are
landed at points in Arkansas and at
places along the Mississippi river.
New York and Brooklyn Are Playiii?
for Championship of the World.
Brooklyn having won the Association
championship, the two clubs, New Y'ork
and Brooklyn, will play a series of
eleven games, alternately at the Polo
grounds, New Y'ork, and Washington
Park, Brooklyn, for the Championship
of the World. Of the eleven gimes,
two have been played, resulting in a
game for each club. Under the rules
it is agreed that the feriea will termi
nate w hen one of the clubs ehall have
won tdx games. Each club to Belect an
umpire, and one of th moet important
points agreed jpon waa the authority of
the umpire. The games will be played
under the joint rules, and either of the
umpires will have full power to fine u
player or to order him out of the game
if necessary. The tines will go to the
opposing club, and must be paid in cash
within twenty-four hours, or the games
will stop until the fines aro paid. The
baseball cranks are intensely interested
in the game, and those who have seen
the two clubs piny or have received
"tips" from Northern or Western cor
respondents are offering 5 to 4 on New
York. Wilmington Star.
The third game, which was to have
teen played on Monday, was postponed
on account of rainy weather.
C ' l -tN
Fcl'Mo: - No
yellow ,iip. -:-Spii.-.ts
R, iS:n s.i. s
Tau 8! ' i
BjiiiBW AS ;
Bzs?-. On I'
H.lis--Ci i.-i.ry '.
La Hi. Co ji.'.ry. 1 .
IJ ay 1 rab tTHrs :;"
O.VK'NS - J 1 111 1 or I
P'TAT;.T.S - Bahara -0
Peanuts j: 1 j", -lt.r
!ei:.- r;.-.e. r lt--a
'Yw,.i. - 12 .iv-.
Staves R O. hh.i.
Timber Cypres-.. 1? in
in demand at 85.00 per M.
Shingles West India, dull and Dra
ins!; 6 inch 2 C0a2 25. Building f
inc.- . jircs. 33.2 0; saps, 81. 75 per M.
Mrre Poi'.K New 812 50.
Shccldek Meat SalOc.
C. R. 8, F. B's. B.'e.irji! L. 7a?.
Lard 7.-. bv the tierce.
Nails Bariis 10's, 82.50.
SuOaB llrsnula:r-a, v-o
Salt 80a;5c. oersnck.
Molasses and Syrups 80a46Ol
Powder So .00.
Shot Drop, 81.50: buck, 81.75.
HIDE3 Dry. 35 j. ; ?reen 2o.
Kcroszne 9 c.
Tallow to.rer lb.
Deer Hides Dry. 15a25c.
when nM fresh .. .BBBBJBJ
Reports of Government Chemists.
I he Royai Baking Powder is composed of
;::: a:.d wholesome ingredients. It does not
contain either alum or phosphates, or other in
juncu , iti'ttanccs.-LDWARD G. Love, Ph.D."
I .e Royal Raking Powder is undoubtedly
ti.f purest and most reliable baking powder
ottered to the public.
" Ilrs'tY A. Mott, M. D.. Ph. D."
1 . K yal Baking Powder ii purest lnqual-a-
,; ' ihest in strength of any baking pow
c r - ! '.o.ich 1 have knowledge.
" Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D. '
" All Aium baking powders, no matter how
high their strength, are to be avoided as dan
gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas
too freely, or under climatic changes suffer deterioration.
Italian and American Marble and all
' qualities of material.
I Orders solicited and given prom,;
attention, with satisfaction u irn
G. E. MlLI.EU is my agent at FIn.i
and Alex. Fields regular tra.l .,
STATE OK Nolt I'll ' 'A Kol I N . ,
UUB.iev 1 'only, 1 . ' o , : t
Ell W. D'.XOn. Pdlll'r Wit M ti.e V. :oo . y.,
of Serena tl inev.
J. h. ;;i:VA, Ym. I. II. (I UI:R. ire Tm
i;. I!. iill!;ms, Casliirr.
THE mmUkl BANK
OF NEW BERNE, N. C.
1 NCOKl'l 'KATI.D 1 ' 05.
Capital, - - $100,000
Surplus x'rolits. - bC.,700
Jas A. Buy a n . Thomas Daniel,
L. IL Ci'Ti.nt, ('has. H. Bhtak,
Geokoe Ali.kn. '. M. Simmons,
G. II. R0I1KUT8.
W! ' '
1 1 1 X '
SEND FOR OUR CATAtOGUEawp PRICES
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
INDIANAPOLIS, IN D.
Lucetla Reeee. Amelia IIoM.k, I
Asbor, Lucretla Millis and l-.li W
assignee of Lmauuel Dezay,
I )e ,'e no' a n 1 s
To Lucre tl a A ber and l.ueretla M 1 1 lis
You and each o you will take notice I loit
an action as above entitled has been e-on
meoced In tbe .Superio- roun of Onhluvi
county before tbe Clerk thereof, to ell reo !
estate to make arsets to pay the dehmaml
t-barges of tte administration of tbe esiute
of Serena Hney, deceased, and iir
hereby required as devlBees of the tld eei "
na Honey, and as parties defendant to ihih
action to appear before the Clerk of tbe hu
perior Court of I inslow county. Nor' Ii inro
llna. Bt hlsomee In tbe town 01 .Jin knoo
ville, N. C, on tbe 21bI day of icioiier. 1.sm,
and answer or demur to i lie plain 1 : n s pen
tlon In thia action, or the plain ti II w 11 ! uip y
to the court for tbe relief demanded 1 0 Hie
inis 2d day of Septe ruber, is.!.
I'HAI ('KKOCK. .In .
sepo wUt Clerk bup. court ol OiibIow Co
One Becond-hand Vertical Boiler of
thirty horse power, in very good con
dition. The boiler is made of extra
heavy iron, and has only been in use a
few years. Needs no repairs at present.
Two Vertical Center Crank Eogines
of ten horse power each, fitted with
link, in good condition and ready for
immediate use. Apply to
ocl2dwtf New Berne, N. C.
be said. VV
One V" C
Many peculiar points mako Flood's Sar
saparilla superior to all other medicines.
I ecuiiar In combination, j.roportii
and preparation of ingredients,
Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses
the full curative value of the
best know n r e 111 e di e s ? o f
tho only medl-
which can truly
One Hundred Doses
ollar.'' Medicines in
larger and smaller bottles
equire larger doses, and do not
11 'c as pood results as flood's.
Fcculiar in its medicinal merits.
ITood's Parsaparilla accomplishes cures hith
erto unknown, and has won for its
the title of "Tho greatest bloodltt
purifier ever (liscovored.''r (7
i eruuarinits"gooaname at
home, " there Is now riore
of Hood's Sarsaparilla sold In
Lowell. Blifre JVit Is made,
than of allr otlier blood
puruier s. rvr Peculiar 11 its
nal record of sales
no other preparation
ever attained such popu
larity in so short a time,
and retained its popularity
and confidence among all classes
of people so steadfastly.
Do not be Induced to buy other preparations,
but be sure to get tho Peculiar Medicine,
Sold br all druggit. Jl ; six for fi. Prepared only
by C. I HuuD i Co., Apothecaries. Lowell, Mai.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Whole and Broken,
To Be Given Away!
Shoes! Shoes! Hats! Hats!
Shoes! Shoes! Hats! Hats!
Large Drive in Tobacco
Prices raDging from 15c. per lb. up
Dont't forget to call and examine my
stock: of various other Goods at LOW
Yours, anxious to please.
t- J. F. TAYLOR'S,
Wholesale and Retair.Grocer,
Foot of Middle street.
New Berne High School
FOR BOYS AND GIRLb.
VALUABLE C. 7 K-,,,
New Heme, C
I Ah at'en 1 f for o v
HrtHy Kiel 11 'C ; 1 ; : 1 1 1 '
j ing 'I en.-i-: h.-d imp
t'lly of ,e V Mi : 1,
No. 1. U II A 1: h
l'Ul NT ; lie .udi H 1
j lead 111K 1 her, I o t .
A IRO, Wlilel f.,.;,- '
t . on , s 1 i o.
C. R. Thomas, Jr.,
ATTO kN BY AT LAW.
Omn: Craven 6treet. near Pollock street,
two doors north of Jocksal, office.
Practices In Ciayen, Carteret. Jones, Ons-
iow ana r-amnco ooanue, in tne Bnpreme
Court of the State, and In tbe U. 8. District
and circuit Courts.
October 18th, 1889. dwtf
Pale Cream Cheese
NEW BERNE. N. C.
The New Open Franklin
Atlantic Itaptist Association.
I This body will convene with the Bap
tist church at Piney Grove. Jones coun
I ty on the 2yth, inat- Reduced rates have
I been obtained on the A. & S. C. R. R.,
; as follows:
j From Goldsboro to Ne Berne and
' return, S3 00: La Grange, S2.70; Kin
1 ston, 82.00; Morehead City, S2 15. It is
at the believed that special rates will be pro-
Your Attention, Please!
We hve a nice line of Feed
Cutters, Cider-Mills, Apple
Peelers, Mowers, Mowing
Scythes, Fruit Jars, etc., for
the summer trade.
Our stock of Paints, Oils,
etc., is full and complete.
We are agent for the Cele
brated "ZEB. VANCE" COOK
STOVE, and invite yoa to call
and examine it before baying a
WHITTY & GATES.
GUINN'S PIONEER BLOOD
Purely vegetable in composition, safe
to use under all circumstances, and to
cure all blood disorders, rheumatism,
neufalgia, mercurial ailments, scrofu
lous affections, swellings, catarrh and
Bkin diseases. For that moet loathsome
ana obstinate disease, syphilis, it is a
specific, and as such has been used by
many physicians in the South, who have
given their unqualified testimony re
garding its peculiar efficacy in effecting
a permanent cure where all other meth
ods of treatment and alleged specifics
have utterly failed. Its wonderful and
admirable effects in rheumatism recom
mends it to that large class of sufferers
who have hitherto unavailingly sought
relief. For sale by
R. N. DUFFY, New Berne, N. C.
Fall Term commences first Monday 1 fact u
in September. vn- inu ."
Three Departments: Primary, Inter- . 'j,',', '"'
mediate and Academic. 1 n.. ' 1
Building large. commodious, and fur-l1' N1"N
nished with a well-equipped Laboratory 1 y v ' K a V'
and Library, and necessary appliances ' no. m-;
of a first-class Hiffh School. ! "N ' K, 1
faculty consists of live, experienced
and progressive teachers.
Instruction thorough and practical.
Special attention paid to Voice Cul
ture, and to physical, moral and spirit
Discipline mild, but firm.
Special inducements offered to poor
boys and girls desirous of procuring an
Boarding facilities good
For circular or information , ad d res
jy28dwtf G. T. ADAMS, Principal,
A Il.ll di-n-ty.
the name , :
appll 'ul ion
I USiilllll I-1 .
YAIDAfiLE TRU'K Lil
A bout Fi 1 K'I o, A 1
Hi t uated n ; I . n , I o
aide (or 1 1 in k mi n;
Ai I 1 Io
Barrington & Baxter.
Dry Goods and Notions,
Having just returned from the Nor
thern Markets, where we took advan
tage of some Extraordinary Bargains,
we are enabled to meet most any de
mand in our line, and we guarantee
that our Goods and Prices can not be
Call and examine them while they
THE PLAOK TO
.BUY GOODS LOW,
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The Tucker & Smith Brand,
Best Shoo in the Market
for the price.
It will cost nothing p call and ei-
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FOR mEN ONLY!
A DnCITIVP For LOST or FAILTNO MANHOODi
rUOI lilt GencraJ and NERVOUS DllLITTi
"TT "3 p Wcftknesi of Body and Mind: Effect
J - AwXal of Error or Excess? f in Old or Younf,
Rajbaajt, Hob) 9 II ANIKHlII fullv Hmra-d. How f.. RnUntf mm4
StrsafTthen WKAK, t NUKYKMU'FIl 4iUliAS h I'IKTMnf ROIY.
Abao)titely DnrallltKr HOMH TH I TI KST - He nrflla U day.
Mante-atiry Tnm 47 Hlala, T.-rrlf nrl. . nnl V on lrn 1 nunl rle-a,
Yoa Jn write Lhesn. llooi. full i 1 iitnrt ai ln . and nronfa malle)
Xi-ied; free. Addre.ii ERIC MESCAL CO., BUFALO, T.
We keep constantly in stock
Boots and Shoes.
Don't fail to give us a trial when in
need of anything in our line.
ROBERTS & BRO.
Atlantic & N. C. Railroad Co.,
Newborn, N. C, Oct. 22, 1889.
A special Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Atlantio & North Carolina Rail
road Company will be held at Newbern
on the Third Thursday (21st) in Novem
oc22td F. C. ROBERTS, Sec'y.
Is the BEST and MOST ECONOMICAL
Heating Stove to uae. Call and see
L. H. CUTLER'S.
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Hub) '. L.cftr.
r. 111 Mr J W. Ruby. In ion
im "1 have uaei your
itra t 1? Plai Papilloni
nc f 1 om-
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f -.-al aasaXTB IO
.Maui., mmrr ot aoaatoa- paay. new neri. .-a . 1
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I earf aeaa. Tm f aeaua y isiotuhimjo
tfavaa Bo iraaa eatarra
laaJlaraa aa ka aUaai I aat TVa eleaaaiaf . annspoc ani 1 aa.mn
II- saaiiwaa v - - . . . , . ,- . ,
fa tlya Ceaaaa tUiaa. are aaaaai-a
ll1mZrZ kaa ar -oava, 1 Do yosi aaff.r with catarrh o-i cxn
mmmZr Bait..-, fraely aa oarW It yoo tak. Hood . Pf-P
-ZZLITmmlmom dmtnmimM , Uia. iaa Craal blood porlfler. Sold by
IjBlttOaaB f taiai IO Ba.
t'ouh Care and lind it a complete cure
for dep abated cold. It has done m-
than two of our moet skillful phjC
rial.' ifv children had the Whooping
j-i acd with the aid of your Coujh
'.tncT had it very light compared
w.tr-. nil bora' chiHren who did not
1: I believF. u to b" the beat cough
rurd id th -market.' Si it is A large
Kittle only $ '. '"' '
Clarke's Kiax Siap for the Skin. It
lsada them ail. Price 25 cents. Coogh
Cure and Soap for sale by R- N. DufTy,
court of Pamlieo, Dare, Hyde and vided on boat from New Berne : d istance
Beaufort counties; Judge Boykin at to Piney Cirove, twenty-five miles by
Jones. Craven and Onslow, and Judee 1 water. Delegates going via. New
Bynom at I-eDoir, Duplin and Carteret. '"Berne will spend the night there.
-- --- ! Goldsboro an i Kinston papers plase
STfd from Camaamptloii. copy.
everal physicians predicted that Mr. " "
Asa B. Rowley, druggist ot Chicago.! -We Point witu Pride''
would soon have consumption caused
by an aggravated caaeof catairb. Cus
tomers finally induced him to try
Clarke's Extract of Flax 'Papillonj
Catarrh Cure. He says: "The result
waa nDprscedenlad. I commenced to
get well after the first application, and
am now. after a few weeks, entirely
cured." It will do the same for you .
To the "Good name at home," won by
Hood s Sarsaparilla. In Lowell, Mass .
where it is prepared, there is more of
Hood's Sarsaparilla sold than of all
other medicines, and it has given the
beat of satisfaction since its introduc
tion ten years ago. This could not be if
the medicine did not possess merit. If
you sutler from impure Diooa, try
Price SlAO. Try Clarke's Flax Soap Hood s Sarsaparilla and realize its pe-
for tha skin and you will use no other.
25 cents. All of Clarke's Flax reme
dies are for sale by F. S. Duffy, drug
culiar curative power.
500 Tons Cotton Seed
For which we will pay the HIGHEST
Come and see us before selling your
E. n. & J. A. MEADOWS.
A very fine lot of YOUNG HORSES,
good workers and sound. Foi sale at
VERY REASONABLE PRICES for
Can be seen at the Old Gatton House
Stables on South front, opposite Gaston
House, where X Brock will be pleased
to see all hia old friends and customers.
JOS. L. HAHN.
The Sea House, Beaufort, N. C. con
taining 13 rooms. A large dining room,
kitchen and outhouses. Also a cistern
holding 3.500 gollona of water. Lot
contains 99 feet front and 270 feet deep;
excellent garden spot. Also water lot
about 300 feet. oc22-dwlm
Ladies of Craven, Attentior.
All who are afflicted with Female
Weakness and wish to be pleasantly
and cheaply cured, write for trial pack
age free or one months' treatment for
one dolar, of Dr. McGill's famous
Orange Blossom, to
Mrs. S. E. CHARLTON.
County Agt., Oove, Craven Co. , N. C
The Pamplico Oyster Company de
sires Oysters, culled, rough culled and
unculled, delivered at the Company's
Also, wanted, several vessels of one
thousand bushels capacity and upwards,
for use as lighters.
For additional particulars apply to
the undersigned at Ocracoke.
ocl dw2m Gen. Manager.
The High Arm Davis.
Simple, Durable and Light Running.
The only vertioal feed Machine.
All sewing done without basting.
J. M. HINES, Agent.
New Berne, N. C.
Cotton Ginners. Attention!
We are now ready for your orders
for the Celebrated
Daniel Pratt Cotton Gins,
Feeders and Condensers.
Everybody using them unhesitatingly
pronounce them the BEST so take no
other. We guarantee full satisfaction.
Send for prioes and terms.
WHITTY & GATES,
Agents for the Boss Power Cotton
Presses. Roanoke Band Presses, etc.
Life, lire, e
Plato (.la.--K, :
Ben ted by me rri;;il' o, ei
$ 1 00, 000. (UK).
New ber 11 N . C
GREEN, F0Y & CO.
The Stock of General Hardware, Cut
lery, Locks, Hinees, Saws, Saddlery,
Cart Material, Wall Paper, Paint. Oil,
Glass, Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Iru Pipe
and Fittings. Iron, Steel, &c, c, also
Plows, Cultivators, Farm Machinery,
Cotton Gins., &c , belonging to the
Geo. Allen & Co.,-
will be closed out during the next few
weeks at VERY LOW PRICES.
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All persons indebted to Geo. Allen
Co., by either note or account, are noti
fied that payment must be made at an
early day. Indulgence cannot be
L. S. WOOD,
augl dwtf Trustee.
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Kinston Book Store.
In Hotel Tull HOlldiii,'.
School book, and school supplies a
specialty and at living prices.
Royster's candy, the best in town;
fruits, cigars, tobacco and snuff.
Headquarters for fishing tackle,
crockery, glassware, etc.
Agent for the New Davis Sewing
JOHN L. HARTSFIELD
Kinston, N. C.
1'eecham's Pills cure bilious and ner
M. Bltoe x,
Do a General Banking business. ; !
Nkw Banking House, !
Middle Street, fourth door below Hotel j
feldwly KGW BERNE. !( C
Go to the Gaston House Barber Shop
for an easy shave and a good hair cut.
Shaving 10 cte. ; hair cutting 20o.
Prof. W. H. 8HEPARD,
now ill the
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Wysoii A .lord
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F W Ilrtiiii eh.
J B Watson. 1 lot l 1 1 j-1.
S B Waters, ',' unall Li .
J W Messic 1 1 rl no-tt.ir .
.1 C Whitty. 1 r"ii.ler.M r. 1 ; oi
J T Scott. Trenton. 1 hlol erori.
Dr I. Dully. 1 bx p-it. 1111 0.0 i.-ie
Ed Owen. 1 trtin I:
TRJarviH. Madeville, lbx medi
cine. 1 show card
Bridgemari A Co. Nliidi ilie, 4 bxs
mtdicine, 1 tdiow card
T B Jarvis, Makeley villv. 1 bx hdw
I) W McCatiley. 1 ' intlHC
Crabtree A; Co. 1 pe.e pipe
G 1) Jainion. 1 k I'HStinRS 1
B Branch, Gooee Creek ,1 hx d trunk
J C Whitty. 1 condeiiM r, 1 Hue..
M B Will ir-on . 1 b x ink. .
Singer Mfg Co. 1 pki; chkIiiii;"
John Murphy, fi bx com eoap. ...
A H Denmson. 1 car brickbats
Jno B Bell. 1 pa I cuds tohaeeo ...
Jno C Whittv. 1 k'in mid feeder
R 1.1 Garris .V Co. Harlow e. 1 l x
n A Slemhe per. 1 dust nriet-ter
Jno Mumford. 1 bx caslingH
A & N C R R, 2 trunks
J T Midyette, 1 bx paper
L G Moore, 1 refrigerator
Also, 3 to -1 tjus i;uiui
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