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INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
132.00 Per Tr.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, AHPIL 24, 1890
MJ (f Ijff w
. . . ......
mm a rks
flOOQIHB WITH THE
We gave 0) op'.io , b,u-. b.iuV.
EJ dprtutit i.
gnanrats oar prices
To be as low. and very many instances lo wer
than ew York Figures.
W- promise rlibl g:d, honormbltr detlingp, tiJ our prices wc wil
gmtnate kgaiaat tk American World.
-r' That -'Or1 MARKS is the most reliable, as
T7elli as t the Cheapest House in the city,
6r-ftHkiad9f -Good. He mIIi both Retail and Wholesale.
:Thatl 0.11 A.RJCS carries the largest, most
complete i and comprehensive Stock of Dry
Goods- Shoes and Notions in this State.
- TbitrTJI MARKS is alwjt ibe first U reduce prior, and sells fnl the
. vot ntii&Vt-M4 -nett good.
TbatpvJiiRKS iaTitrt the closest scrutiny and compwU-a of prices
ai ialfetVUb. tboat f oit:er boi-e who iniifaw his meth.i and iri to
' W4."a0. MARKS will mt any cat prices miij by nuy reputable h u.-,
, pnmdeii latii md in good fiU
an J tkftt he deioa eoupetion.
Here are a few of the many Knock Down
". ;lTgTrmflntfL Let competitors howl and declare
VitcaiiUi'te done, but remember it is money
i 'j. istHitt 3 tan l. - -
; 1 60,QM flit fcemtjard wid Domettic
ijgfcft, J&k- Kwa.ook (P. K.)
BOJMQr !(Jkgim, fiae drew 8tjl, only
,5,066 r r JJ Bf Drew Goodj, onlj
JOOO' liaea Cnsh Towelingi, only . . .
6,000,, Mit , Hiatmrt Edging, only
Indts Lava, only .
; i lOOfiOQ pair LdiM' Hom, only . .
i,0QQ FiaLadW Wkile Neckties,
f t lD,00Qr';Uai liael Coll, at
; -liie BUob Bad Bkoea
ftn a " A .tKonsand and
WOT "notallow ns to
I will offer special inducements. My stock is
much larger than ever before, and all bought
for spot cash, and I give the Trade the
benefit of my discounts. Therefore I can sell
you Goods as cheap as Northern markets.
' You will save money and time by calling on
itodgiYe him a Trial.
- - .n i i wi v. u w h ww
' ;; ; fensH brss wagsh e-
- ,i .J -r i-"-
atrybt a Supi-rU SocW wf Sprr.' Dry
levied down ih tie !a est j.r...i uciciif.
lii"0 '1 uismis for thi neai-oD, ai-d will
and uot a a bait to obtain business,
5c. per yard
5c. . "
Sc ' "
5c. per pair
one other things space
iburg and DQrham
rjai will beeomp'eted to Durham
b tht first of July,
i President Harrison is receiv
ing sad messages from Indiana.
There was a woful lack of Republi-
cin vottrs ia '-blocks of five" oat
there on Tuot-day . Sr. Lou id Post-; for the 6t le in WQ1CU the report is!ciDity ia a8 yet comparatively nn
Dispatch. j brought oat. j developed ; but nearly 2,000,000'
Steaker Reed wai educated
fi r the Congregational ministry,
lie would have been a good one to
rill a pulpit in a region where cbnrch
attendance :8 light, for he could
count a full bouse readily. 1'roy
Simmons cliuld bo the nominee
tor Co:igies in the 1'od district
He deserxes it and we believe will!274 pages, every one containing
be triomphautly elected. Nashville
Arg jnaur. The Gold Leaf is with
you there. Simmons is the man.
lleudurson Gold Leaf.
Speaker Reed reminds us that
we are twenty Gve jears from Ap
pomattox apple tree; and such re
minders are utcos.ary, for the war
taxed eitizeu gathers no fruitage
from ih it tree of peace, not even a
windi.ill. Philadelphia liecord.
11 e.ney M. Stanley is now on
his way to Brussels. Emin Pasha
is on his way back to the African
interior. Thus soon both will be
exactly where they started from,
aud no one is caring much about
it. Wilmington Star.
MR. KEED has announced that
j he wih adjourn Congress by July 1.
I There u no law in this country to
restrain a mau from doing what he
wills w ith his ow n, and so ilr. Reed
will ii:jourc bim.-elf at the time
indie red if it should nit his whim
so to d.). Louisville Times.
The House &bowed an equal dis-
niTfh Hi n.iinir a hull rvivincr if.
j self 95. 000 lo-t by its o wu carelrss-
ness and iu passing another com
pelliu;; the Di-itrict of Columbia to
pay the half of the f 92,000 for a
park which the government con
trols exclusively. It makes a great
deal of difference whose ox is gored.
The Democrats will not bring in
an opposition tariff bill, and therein
they are wise. The opposition's
office is to expose the measures of
the majority, not to tie themselves
to bills of their own. Mr. Carlisle
is engaged on a report Intended to
show the oppressive and destruc
tive character of the MoKinley bill.
New York Herald.
Thus it goes under the mons
trous and absurd system of protec
tion as it is now understood, and
every one from the poor wood
chopper of Maine to the rich builder
of American war ships expects the
Government to look after his inter
ests, to protect him that he may mak
a profit and make somebody else pay
the profit. Reduced to its essence
that's what protection means.
Our friend Col. John D. Cam
eron published a brief card in the
Asheville Citizen that the proprie
tor and himself do not agree on
many subjects, and he, therefore,
retires. We regret this, for as we
have been glad to say many times,
he is the best writer as to style, and
the best furnished as to range of
information, of any of the members
of the State pres9 so far as we are
informed. "We hope his able and
scholarly pencil will not be long
unemployed. Wilmington Mesen
ger. The Farmers Alliance has done
very mnch, as ia reported in onr
exchanges, in some of the Northern
Sfates in behalf of the great class
that constitute the organization. It
is a most powerful one already, and
if growing in the Union with tre
mendous rapidity. One exchange
puts its strength at 4,000,000 voters.
f.t may reach those figures here
after but we do not think they are
so great as yet. In JNorth Caro
lina it is indeed a pewer. There
are 2,033 sub-alliances in the Stale.
This eeason the State Alliance will
handle over 10,000 tons of guano
manufactured at Durham, without
profit, saving a half million dollars,
as is reported by onr Raleigh cor
respondent, to the farmers. The
sale of general supplies aggregate
$40,000 a month. This of course
affects the business operations of
merchants and guano dealers.
Samuel J. Randall died Sun
day morning at his home, in Wash
ington, l). (J. .Mr. Kandall was a
tree Democra. Whilst he
UlUCi . v..
with his party ou the question of
revenue, he Levertheless had all
the essential principles of Demoo
racy, and they povered his public
cocjduc. The South never hid a
truer friend than Mr. Randall; not
because it w.is the South, bat be
cause the Force Bill was wrong.
His opposition to that hostile mea
sure, was a never to-be forgotten
blessiDtr to the South. After hit
life spent in the service of the na-l
tion, he died a poor man. What
more need be said in praise of bis
integrity! No man in this country
knew mOre of the public's business
than Mr. Randall, lie was one of
the most valaable legislators this
nation has ever had in the halls of
Congress. His death is truly the
nation's loss. Charlotte Chronicle.
THE AUDITOR'S REi'ORT.
The leportof the Auditor of the
,.r vi,m, Pamiina fnr itip
I r , . ... . ns It -
creditable in eveiy respect. Credit-
able to the State for the facts it
presents, to the Auditor for the
IIIHII lit'l III N I i i i ni U I ' 1 V- !
senteu, anu w iub uu uuc uhulci.
i i .. . i I I : ............
j Usually the reports ot State
j officials are given to the public in
' stance we
lorm, one in mis in
have a handsome, well
book. This is a great im
These reports are al
! wavs valuable and wortbv of ores
Auditor Sndei Iin report covers
I important information for the pt-o-
pie of the Sta'e.
Our review itt uecessarily a very
imperfect one, as we confine our-
selves to the presentation of a few
of the many facts preeuted iu the
The aggregate value of real and
personal property in the State for
the year 1887 the last assess
ment was $210,035 453. The val
uation of the real and personal
Craveu county was
Of the ninety six counties in the
State there are thirty three richer
than Craven, and sixty two that
are poorer. The county having
the largest valuation of real and
personal propeity is Wake whoe
aggregate is $9,440 G09. The coun
ty having the least is Dare, its real
and persoual property aggregating
$287,477. The total geueral taxes
for Cravao county amounted to
$5,996 11. The school taxes to
$10,730.57, makins tho total coun
ty taxes $23,707 28.
Thfl ti.r .l number of Dulls iu the
State are 215,121, of these 108,527
are whit aud 60 594 are colored.
Craven coumj'a total polr is 2,605 ;
whites, 1.226; colored, 1,379.
Bat we cannot continue these
If any man is dissatisfied with
his residence in North Carolina let
him read the Auditor's report, and
if he is a patriot a real lover ol
the Old North State he will bless
God, take courage and renew bis
allegiance to this land, "beloved
by heaven o'er all the world
When the fortunes of war are
considered, the ruin of reconstruc
tion remembered, and the devasta
tions of storms and the intrusions
of emigration agents fresh in
onr memories, the condition of
North Carolina furnishes abundant
cause of gratification in the present
and hope for the future.
We do not mean that there are
no burdens here, nor that our
fields yield spontaneous harvests of
golden grain. We only mean that
in this blessed realm there are rich
stores for those who have learned
to labor and to wait.
With a commonwealth that has
no blot on its escucheon, a soil
whose productions are the most
varied and valuable, a climate as
solabrious as any on the gtobe;
with institutions elevating and
ennobling, and a population vir
tuous and brave, there is no good
reason why North.Carolina may not
became first in the sisterhood of
Partiality to the section in which
we live is eminently praiseworthy.
From the first day of its publi
cation to the present moment the
Jotjbnal has labored lor the up
building of East Carolina. Cherish
ing an ardent attachment for the
commonweath, we look upon these
broad savannas that stretch away
from ourseaeirt shores, with the
love that belongs to home and its
With lands so fair and fertile,
and waters so broad and produc
tive; with beauty smiling on iana
and sea, and wealth locked in the
bosom of earth and stored in the
depths of ocean, why is not pros
perity monarch of this eastern
One reason,and perhaps the chief,
is found in existing hindrances to
a prosperous commerce.
We are indebted to Hon. F. M.
Simmons whose temporary retire-
ment from Congress has not abated
his devotion to the best Interests of
his people for a copy of the report
of the Secretary of War, being
part of the messages and docu-
ments communicated to the two
houses of Congress at the begin
ning of the nrst session oi me
Fifty-First Congress. j worthy son8 of x01 th Carolina, and
Id this report, of the Secretary ,of thfl gloriouSj departed, free Con
of War, is included a preliminary ! feder
axamination ot ucracoke iniet,
North Carolina, by Wm. H. Bixby, 1
Captain of Engineers. It is ex
haustive of the subject. A few :
extracts mint suffice for the present, j
Captain Bixby says: "Ocracoke i
Inlet id one of the main outlets
from the North Carolina sounds :
into the ocean, and derives its main
imnnrfanci) from that fact."
"Ttnr.k Bar. Currituck sound.
Albemarle sound, Pamlico sound
and Core sound, together from a
large inland sea separated from
the oeean only by a narrow strip of
sand beach of less than two miles
in width and of neaily two hundred
"These sounds form au extensive
sheet of water larger tbjtn Long
island souna, twice as i;irt;e as
Delaware Bay. aod about two
thirds as large as Chesapeake Bay, :
'and with a shore line very great
,.nnha l, .,,1 ; h,.. immu,!i.,ia vi
j acres of land
is of rich
west ot tbeee
agricultural quality, well adapted
, to grains, erastcs and vegetables
' "The present commerce is mainly
- j limited to that coming down the
- ; rn era w Uliu emP' Mi.oi!:ese
- , , - ; ,,
; quiie large, is rapiuiy mci oasmg
and demanding better facilities fori
getting out of these ei.umi-.'
Captain Bixby hi re Hibmits
j the drainage a:ea of l iveis empty-
j ing into North Carolina sounds is
j 2G.351 square milef, and t Le present
commerce $1S, 000,000.
Then follows a minute iuquuy
into the present condition and pos
sible futuie of North Carolina in
let8. The advantage of, and the
objections to, each of them is de
tailed. After a very full discussion
ot the subject in all itsbeaiings,
i Captain Bixby says :
"Under these circumstances, I
have no hesitation iu saying that
in my opinion Ucracoke Inlet and
its southern channel are better
adapted than any other for, im
provement as a direct ocean outlet
of Albemarle end Pamlico sounds,
and their present $18,000,000 ot
commerce : that this inlet can be
improved to from 12 to 15 feet for
the use of t-ueh commerce, and also
a8 au iuiet to a refugee from
liatteras storms, at an expense of
Irom $250,000 to $600,000; and
that such improvement is worthy
of being undertaken bv the general
Oere is an enterprise that dial-
i .u , . v.,
;ituj;ea meauuiuvai ui tneo nuau
Carolinian. Whatever mav be the
opinions of private individuals, the
Government of the United States,
through its own engineers ap
pointed by it to the wprk, declares
that Ocracoke Inlet is the best
on our coast, and that it can be
opened to all the demands ot an
ever-expanding commerce at a cost
not exceeding $600,000.
The work when done will open
up a splendid future in which com
merce and agriculture will increase,
and all their attendant blessings
spring up like flowers under a
THE LEE MOSCMENT.
K. E. Lee Camp, Nr. 1, Con
federate Veterans, at the request
of the Lee Monument Association,
has assumed charge of the exer
cises for the unveiling of a monu
ment to General liobert E. Lee, at
Eichmond, Va. Ttursday, May 29,
The reception committee of
Veterans Organiz itious have issued
the following circular :
Richmond, Va., April 2, 1890.
1. The railroad lines to Richmond
will probably agree to grant a rate
ot about one cent for each mile
travelled, to all visiting organiza
tions and individuals. As soon as
arranged, definite information will
2. Shelter will be furnished for
all visiting organizations.
3. Meals have been arranged for
with responsible restaurants, to be
famished at twenty-five cents each.
4. Camps or organizations offing
tents and camp equipage, desiring
to form an encampment, will give
notice, that the necessary space
may be provided and arrange
It is necessary that notice shall
be given to the secretary of this
committee, AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE,
Of your intention to be present j
certainly not later tbaa the 15th of
Give the following information
in yoar notice : Date and hoar
when yon will arrive here; Dumber
of officers and number Ot men lor I
whom nnartfirs will be reouired 1
whom quarters will De required.
This information IS absolutely ;
necessary, so that there may be no !
delav iu auarteriDe von on ar-!
Lt Col A G EVANS Ch'm. !
Capt. Thomas Ellett, Sec'y. 1
It is universally admitted, I
wherever truth is venerated, that j
the troops of North Carolina con- ,
tribute! very largely to the fame
of Robert E. Lee, aud it is appro- j
priate for them to take a con- j
epicuous part in the ceremonies
attending the unveiling of his '
Veterans Associations are es-
! neciallv invited. and ample arrange-;
; ment:s have .: been made for tneir '
comfortable entertainment in the
city of Richmond.
The North Carolina State As
sociation of Veterans will be well
' represented, and we trust '.hat
many of our county associations
, -,, . th j the rer80n cf
We have received a very cordial
invitation to be present and par-j
ticioate in the ceremonies, and we
expect to be there, in full sympathy
with the occasiou and the sacred
;n. hi,.), if. ia indUHnlnhlr
1 iris said in Washington that
unless Republicans reach a satis-
! fAotorv aereement on the silver'
question a proposition wui ce
made for unlimited free coinage,'
and it will pass both houses of;
In default of payment on or before Monday, May 5th, 1890, I
shall sell the following Real Estate to satisfy the unpaid taxes due
for the year 1889. W. B. LANE, Sheriff.
No. 1 Township.
Aikio gl,. J B. 100 acres, Piney Neck
Aodt-tr on , L . . ;i, 162 acres, Neuse
do lo acres, PoDlar
Alien & Co. G, o ..00 acres. Bear Hole
i Bryan, tum-ce, 4? aert:8. Palmetto
j Cleve, Kich'd C, 2to acres. Piney Neck .
Cleve. Lijov, acres. Dower Land...
i Chapinui, Julia. Ueiro. 156 acres. Hill's
Qail jlb:.rt iooo acr-d Pa metto
Oail,' E-b.-rt'ai. 25 -
; Dmbii., B F, 704 acres, Vanct-boro...
a.i ar0?- oetri, iu acr,--e, t-mey Neck .
Formes, Chaa. 50 acres. Bull Pocoein
Formes. Johrj, 50 acru. Bull Pocosia
Gatlin, Jacob. 20J ncrea Uill'a Neck
Griffin, Reuel ip"- 230 acres, Mt. Plensuut
Garritf, floury, 300 Hcres, Parana's Lnd
Gwaltay. I f B. 150 acred, Gardner' Bridge. .
Hoell, Wru, 180 Hcren, Mauls Swamp
Hoell. J T W, fcfj acres, Maula Swamp
Jones. Red dint;. Heirs. 220 acres, Street's
jonrjson, trans. J acres, Bay Hubq
Kirkma-.i. Emtlia. 150 acrps. MiDlelCvDreBg 9 65
KiDcon, Rii-hud, Heirs. 130 acres, Waterway Branch. 3 80
Lancaster. Kicbt l. 2 acres, Miuls SwamD
Loftia, U. (J, 0; acred, Maple Cypress
McR-y, Miry, 217 acres, Muls Swamp
Powers, Sam'l. 50 acres, Miuls Ron
Simmons, V R 50 acres, Piney Neck
Smith, ReddiDR W. 90 acres. Willis Neck
Sti lj, Elizabeth, fiOO acres, Uill's Neck
Tripp. Jas H, 28 acres. Piney Neck
Von Eberetein, F H, 180 acres. Vanceboro, ....
Waters. Judith, 10 acres, Piney Nsck
Wayce, FaDuy, 75 acres, A J T Wayne Land.
Willi, Andrew P, 100 acres. Willis Neck
Willis, Bryan J, 60 acres, Willis Neck
Wigeing. Thompson. 64 acres, Poplar Branch
Wil iarrn, Elizabeth, 150 acres Palmetto
Whit ford, A J. 800 acres. Hill's Neck
Wibi?. Sarah, 50 acre.', Mt. Pleasant
No 2 Township.
Gaskics, Br) ce, 200 acres, Turkey Neck
Pettiphtr, W D. 300 acres, Juniper
Purify. Arrini;ton, 075 acres, Hall Swamp
Roe, W M 400 acres, BC
Talou, (J E. 160 acres. Guinea
West, Aatoa C, 148 acres, M and B ('reek
No. 3 Township.
l'eaeley, Lifayette. 100 acres. Mulberry
Boc ton, Anthony. G acres, Mosely Creek
Bidrtle, Aloczo, Heirs, 100 acres,
W E, 200 acres, Dover
Eubank, D. W, 2 acres, Cove
do do 22 acres. Core Creek
Humphry, L B, 1 acre, Dover Station
Hill, E H, Heirs. 600 acres, Mosely Creek
Kornegay, J E, 7 acres. Dover Station
Mumford, Caroline, 32 acres, Barnwell
Russell. L K, Heirs, 100 acres, Flat Swamp
Rouse. Ja9 B, 203 acres, Cart Bridge
Rouse, Y B, 250 acres, Mosely Creek
West, S B, 14 acres, Mosely Creek
West, Geo W, 140 acres, Cyprsss Creek
Wilson, Wm, 32 acres, Gum Pocosin
Wooun,B H, 40 acres Half Moon
No. 5 Township.
Borden, B F, 10C0 acres, Hancock's Creek
Becton, Dan'l M, 10 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Bryan, W A, 25 acres, Little John
Brjan, E T, 25 acres. Little John
BlaDgo, Jas 100 acres, Clubfoot Creek
BUngo, Sam'l. 100 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Blango, Wm, 100 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Carter, Elijah. 25 acres, Grindle Creek
'"arter, Isam S, 28 acres, Mitchell's Creek
Carter, Josephus, 7 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Carter, Lewis H, 50 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Carter, Martin, 30 acrs, Cherry Point
Carter, Rufus L, 37 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Chad wick, Wm C, 50 acres, Hancock Creek
Dove, Wm, 136 acres, Cahookey
Fisher, Jas, 75 acres, Adams Creek Road
Fisher, John F. 8 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Godette, John C, 25 acres, Adams Creek Road
George, John H, 80 acres, Mitchells Creek
Jackson, Richard, 90 acres, Adams Creek
JackEOn, Wm, 50 acres, Long Creek
Morton, Benj, 50 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Morris, Eller, 57 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Martin, Jacob, 34 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Mitchell. Jessie, 6 acres, Mitchells Creak
Martin, Rigdon, 84 acres. Clubfoot Cresk
Martin, Sam'l, 32 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Nolan. John, jr. 15 acres, Main Road
Pate, Jackson, 100 acres, Kings Creek
Richards Benj, 72 acres, Cahookey
Williams, Wm, 95 acres, Adams Creek
No. 6 Township.
Andrews, Tracy, 50 acres, Sandy Run 5 53
Cooper, Doctor, IS acree, Lake Road 5 73
Coleman, Henry, 25 acres, Bryce Creek 3 04
Hill, Edward, 125 acres, Rail Road 4 SO
Jackson. Noab, 1750 acres, McGlin Tract 13 20
Marshall, Geo F, 400 acres, Slocumbs Creek 5 56
Moore, Mrs Collins, 75 acres, Colman Creek 3 80
Moore, C J, 40 acres, Colman Creek 2 75
Marshall, F P, 240 acres, County Road 7 14
Nelson. Jos, 500 acres, Slccumbs Creek )
do do 1 2 acre, Lake Road ) 8 19
Smith, Jacob, 100 acres, Sandy Run 7 21
Smith, Noab, 70 acres, Kail Road 4 01
William. Jos, 10 acres, Rail Road 5 61
Wynn, W Y, 100 acres, Hancocks Creek 6 63
Wynn, C J, 10 acres, Hancocks Creek 7 28
Wynn, W Y, Agt W K Pate, minor, 900 acres, Han
cock Creek 17 80
No. 7 TowNeHIP.
Brooke, Sam'l, 10 acres, Wade Land 8 14
Fisher, Abram D, 3 4 acre, Riverdale Station 6 88
Fisher, John S, 1 4 acre, Riverdale Station
Hasket, Summerfield, 200 acres, Johnson Point 16 26
Hines, J J, 1 4 acre, Riverdale 5 67
Mallett, C E, 279 acree, Riverdale 82 88
Mallett, Peter, 80 acres, Riverdale 7 89
Millard, Washington, 12 acres, Neuse Road 8 40
Moye, Garrett ms acres, euse Kiver
Tippett. JMiziDetn, zio acres, aim nrancn o
Thorp, J P, Wm Cohen, Exr, 292 acres. Thorp Land.... 21 83
Water8 Reuben, 11 1-2 acres, Railroad 5 06
No. 8 Township.
Allerj. Geo & Co, 5 acres on Pembrooke Road )
do do 320 acres, Batchelors
Arthur, Martin, 1 lot Scott Land
JOE K. WILLIS,
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
JSTew Berne, 1ST. O.
Italian at.d Amcricin Marbleand,all
qualities of material.
Orders solicited and given prompt
i tl0n" wltn Bai'"ra'on
1 O. E. Miller ia my ngent at Kinston,
' and Alex. Fields regular traveling
W. P. BUHRUS CO.,
AND DEALERS IX
All Kinds of Gram, Brick and
X JEW BEUNI3, N.
tax and c.st
8 8 73
tsryan, frank, 1 lot
Branch f 16 88
Blackledge, Sam, 1
do do 1
Burney, Luke, 1 lot
Baker, Alfred, 1 lot
Benders, B B, 1 lot
Blank, Cbas H, I
do do 1
Bojla, James, 1
Bo wen, Sam'l T,
Bryan, Asa, I lot
Brown, John B, 1
broyn, Virgil S. 1
Bogey, Bichard, 76
Blackledge, R B,
Bryna, Demsy, 95
Clark, C C jr, 1 lot
ChapmaD, M W, 1
Ferry 5 90
uannaay, uetsey, l
street and 1 lot
uixon, Kicnara, ziz
do do 80
Eaton, Margaret, 1
Edwards, S A, 1 lot
Everidge Joe, 1 lot
Foy, LL, 1 lot on Jerkies alley
Fenderson, John, 1 lot on Jerkins alley
Gaskins. Wm, 1 lot on Spring st
Gatlin, Penie, 5 acres on Trent road
Green, W H N, Admr, 86 acres on Trent road
Gaskins, MC, 25 acres on Pembrooke road
Gardner. Mrs Sarah F, 2 lots on Pollock at. . .
Hearn, R B, 1 lot on Fleet st
Henderson, Lott, 1 lot on Ricnardsons allev .
Harrison, Rosanna 1 lot, Pavie Town
Hatch, J R, 1 lot. Queen St.,
Hayes, David, 1 lot, Crooked st
Elaucoqk, Robert. 2 lots. Graves and King sts
Hill, Sam'l, 1 lot. Pavie Town
Harris, Israel, sr. 1 lot, Bragg's alley
J J Powers, 1 lot. George et
Hawkins, John H. 110 acres on Neuse road
Ives, Henry, 29 acres, Neuse road
Ipock, B H, 1 lot, Cvpress st
Johnson, Joe, 1 lot,
Johnson. Simon H,
Johnson, John S, 1
Justice. B T, esta e, 120 acre e, Nous road
Jones, Henry, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Johnson, BS.l lot, Griffith st
Joyner, Henry, 1 lot. Cnthbert avenue
Jones, Samuel, for Pleasant Riley, 1 lot, Forbes alley.
Jones, Samuel. 1 lot,
Joyner, Margaret. 1
Koonce, James. 180
Mayo, John, 1 lot.
Murphy, Hannah, 1
Moore, Wm, 1 lot,
Moll wain, Isaiah, 15
Moore, Nancy, 1 lot,
Moore, Jacob, 1 lot,
Mosely, D G, 1 lot,
McLicklan, Alex, for
Moulton, Mrs Mary
Newbern Gas Light
Nelson, Joseph, 20 1
Pearson, Hannah, 1
Phillips, Lucinda, 70
Patterson, J A, for E
do do for
Patterson, M & J A,
Palmer, C E, 92 acres, Trent road
Riggs, Nncy, 125 acres. Bachelor oreek
Rubs, W N, 1 lot, Jacksmitb
Rollins, Pleasant, 1
Stanly, E R, estate,
do do do Pollock and Craven sts
do do do Middle st
do do do Good st
Simmons. Abram, 1 lot, Jones and Pollock sts....
SbHte, M M, 73 acres. Deep Gully
Staton, Martha, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Sutton, Henry, 33 acres, Deep Gully
Sheperd. John W, 1
ana k it 19 id
May, E F, agent, for Mrs L White, 50 acres, Jasper
Mitchell, W M, H acres. Miry branch
Moselv W H, 70 acres, Turkey Quarter
Rivers, James, agt
Sugg, John, 30 acres.
Creek ) ; Wetberington, L T, 48 acres, Bachelor oreek
6 27 j Williams, M J, 75 acres, Tu6carora
J. H. OBABTKXX. BASIL MANLY.
JOHN H. CRABTREE & CO
Founders and Machinists
Manufacturers and Dealers in
ENGINES A I MACHMSTS' SUPPLIES
Bwlldars of Engine Bollars,
Saw Mills, Edging dk Cnt-ofT machines,
We are prepared to do Castings of all kinds
PartlouUr and Immediate attention given j
to repaln of all kinds
We will be clad to give plans and estimates
for any desoi lptlon or machinery.
We are the agents for the sale or the Amer
ican Saw. Also for G. 4 A. BargamlD's oeln
ftratsd Indestructible Mica Valves.
We give satisfactory guarantee lorallwors
lone bv us. Iy22 d2aw wly
K. R, JONES,
HEAVY AND LIGHT
Lorillard and Gail & Ax Snufi
Sold at manufacturer's prices.
Dry Goods & Notions.
Full stock and large assortment.
Prices as low as the lowest.
Call and examine my stock.
No. 8 Township. tax ans cost
15 12 acres on Neuso Road
in Pavie Town
lot in Pavie Town t
lot on Beine street
on Metcalf street
on Cedar street
1 lot on Gardner's alley
on Crooked street
lot on Pollock street
let on Queen and Berne street
lot on New South Front'streel. .
1 lot on Pollock streets.'
1 lot on Crooked street
on New South Front street
lot on Middle street
lot on Eden street
acres on Bachelor creek
l lot on Metcalf street
740 acres on Trent road ......
acres on Neuse road
on Craven street '. 1
lot on Pine and fWn
18 acres on Bachelor Creek
lot in Pavie Town
un.uuguD, iioton Ueorife
on Metoalf street. .
1 lot on Oik st
1 lot on Forbes allov
acres, Deep Gully
acres on Neuse road
acres do do
lot on George et
on Rountree st
in Pavie Town
10 acres on Pembiook rriKri
Hancock, L W, 1 lot on Graves and Ktng ets 8 08
Hines, Wright, for wife and sUtf r, 1 lot on Berne et ... 4 96
1 lot, Berne st
lot. Eden st
r orbes alley.
lot. Jerkins land 3 22
acres at Rjcky Run 6 72
Latham, Bristoe. 1 lot on Pine st 4 3U
Leary, Simon, 150 acres on Baohelor creek 4 03
Lee & Co, A, 3 acres, Jacksmitb 72 05
Manly, George. 1 lot. New South Front st 6 27
Merritt, Thos, 60 sores. Rocky Run 7 21
Cedar st 5 fc5
lot. Crooked at....
acres. New road.
1 lot, Broad st
do Elm st
do Scott alley
wife, 1 lot, Pollock st i
do 2 lots. Pollock & Berne sts f
D, 1 lot, E Front and Change sts...
Company, gas works
acres, Trent road
lot, Pavie Town
acres, Bachelor creek
J Patterson, k lot, Johnston st ...
Bessie D Planner, t lot, do
1 lot, Hotel Albert
lot, Forbes alley
500 acres. Bachelor creek 1
1 lot, Jerkins land
J 149 62
.. 8 95
. . 9 24
... 2 63
... 2 22
... 4 93
lot, Pavie Town.
Smith, W B, 1 lot. Queen et 5 38
Slade, Andrew, 1 lot. Tin Cup alley 5 80
Stanly, J P, for wife, 1 lot, Pavie Town 2 35
Skinner, Francis, 1 lot, Pavie Town 2 63
Tucker, L A, 1 lot, Berne st 3 80
Thomas, John H, 1 lot, Metcalf st 7 85
Whitford, Julia, 1 lot. Good st. 3 52
Watkins, J L, 1 lot. Queen st 22 47
Warren. John. jr. 2 lots. New South Front st 12 40
Wadswortb, Dennis, 1 lot. Pollock and Queen sts 5 85
Winie, Caesar, 1 lot, Courtst 6 10
Avery, A W, 300 acres on Neuse road 11 23
Davis, W C, 12 acres, Horse branch 4 86
Davis, George, 250 acres. Bachelor creek 5 62
French, L H, 28 acres. Plank landing 2 72
Ferrand. J B, 100 acres, Neuse road 6 83
Green, J C, 250 acres. Clear Spring 11 63
Green, George, jr, 750 acres. Stony Branch 20 3t
Hill, G W, 20 acres, Terkey Quarter 5 14
Hill, G F, 250 acres, Neuse road 10 70
Lassiter, Chas, 88 acres. Bachelor creek 3 80
Mav. E F. 150 acres. JasDer 16 21
for Emeline Rivers, 40 acres, Jasper,
It Is the Dying Truth!
BIG IKE has bought
the entire stock of W.
B. Flanner at 40c. on
Vi gi f nl 1 Q T
Our HANDSOME NEW
"Boll The Jeweler."
and Wnlskey Hablto
cured at nome with
out pain. Book of par
ticulars sect r nil..
To sell our ooos by sample to wholesale
and retail trade. We are the largest maun,
factnrers In our line. L'beral salary paid.
Permanent position. Money advanced for
wages, advertising, etc. For terms address
CENTENNIAL JTIFO. CO,,
apiedwlm Chicago. 111.
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