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I. HiUPKH, Prprllr.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, NOVEMBER 20
Hdhvis four Blood?
i -leg below tfc knee, and was cured sound
- mart-weil wit two and a half bottles of
t - 8. 8. &. CHber blood mctiicines bad fail
J d to do tne any good.
-. - - WttL C Beatt. TorkviEe, S. C.
4 . .
'. I w- troaoled from cruiiflvxxl with
I ; nTaxl rwof TetMr,od Uuve
r '." bU of 3. ti. S. cured -me perma-
ly ' WalXACZ Max.
' i v i Macmie, I. T.
Oar oook oo Blood and Skin Disease
, 8wirr Spsctttc , mtJ c-.
4 rr S TKE BEST. A
. -5JE5T TS WE. ,
Ths Convertible Policy
ThCoorrtible Policy istued by
TSE MUTTTAf, BF.NKFTT
-.- fw mm wm mm mm mm mm
U w w W W mj W mm
j;-fr . i WfaTTiua. atice Company
"' include .11 th iiMral fetare. of the
CocnpDy. wnh ih. andttion of a puar--t
- tmJetd OwA Surrender rti'u. wbicb
' ill b paid at anj time aft,r l.ojctn
IjfMniumi have btn paid, if demanded.
jf- Poliey baa endorsed opoo it a
tablaabowin ia plaia Sarea ibe op
Ctoea fraated fcy the company.
It opiioa. Cash eorread'er value,
tdopiibo. AnoDt tbat may be bor-
,-,roed fronth compioy oo tte pol
.W optfoo." Ex leaded iDnranoe for full i
umwit w u. policy.
U option. Paid up pol ry value. j
. Tala to the most liberal policy yet of-:
is the rtet innorance to be i
... Eety dollar pail get. a dollar'
worth of liuciraooi
No OM by lapao.
- D.T.riRRAWll', A(MI.
, Healthy praooa bte.;n fourteen
ad ecveaty iaoard
JVWHH H. CRABTKEE & CC
founders atJ Mtcbititt
" ' y Hajmacrur-T- .- J r,vt -r -.i.
.V oifiru is aiGEiiii' j up plies
K4H- oll.n. .
j ,. . . .. . . . . .
PtrUcuJas aa tmn.Oi: unites crc
a nvm a mt aU Usta
Wm vVI balad to plaoaaod Mtlouu
far an? 4mmm tp4Uo or roacrtlnTy.
Va ax tta aanta for lb aala of u a ar
mmm Hmw. A-imo tor 3 A A HaivaailA'
kcmM latfMtraeUbl Mica Valve.
i rrratl wrr
VALUABLE CIH PROPERTY
Aa acota foe ontn va offer for oa
m it aal aeediaaMMlattiiii lrai trie tollow
t 4 avrl bad HnproTad Kernl Katata In the
tXty of Sfrw Marno:
Rai ran IHOS rRONr WAREHOOBZ
Wo. a BRICK XTORK AD PWII.UNO
OT HA VfcLN HTRKKT oecnptad by R. O. K.
A fall aacr1tloi of thin t1 oab I c pro par
ty. loat with iho beat irrmanpon wblctJ
laa mi alii ba an Id. 1 1 ba fnrnlahad en
apoileattoa to the DDtieratnad at their eBij-e
i wmO Froat .
TT goaaea and Lot on Craven ttrret
rant at Saindy Point.
WATSON A STREET.
4mIU Iaa. aaaV&aai Eatata Ata.
. TUWBLB TEUCX 11B FtH S1LB
About FORTY ACRES CLEARED USD.
atiaatad vtiblo two aallea of Ua city, aalt
mim far trocfc ratalag. A great baralo .
Apply to , -
may If Baal Eat. Acanta.
K. R. JONES,
HEAVY AND LIGHT
Lorillard and Qail & Ax Snnfi
I . '
" rjold at manufacturer 'e prioee.
Dry Goods 6 Notions.
fall (took and large assortment.
Prioea aa low aa the loveet
Oall and examine my rtock.
Satfaraotioo roaxaateod .
na Taj tkr Patent A'j"'' L-dia'
8aoia ib Ut aa 1 reat loip'cvement
lathai line. It reqiir. no hrekiD
ia. (a alwayi oomfor -. t .1 r. taio
Ua original ibape. U : a marvel of
Sample may be ceen an i oij. rn Irft
M my place of bumo I'mn
etreet. two door ion h . f t-l-tfr-ph
office. N ARPKS.
Boot and Sh, M .ker,
A(t- Consolidated VHji-i"U
jylSdwtf Sh i n i un? .
A FINE LOT OF
HORSES AND MULES.
Aleo. a floe Ixt of
Burjgles.Road Caits & Harress
' of Horn and Western Make, which
: rilX be offered Low for Caeb oi on time
wit good aeenrttr.
cliwtf 5 J. W. STEWART.
ia 6riou.-ly ill.
in England Sitrmlay.
Lon'gkks.s meets again on
dij" the 1st of December.
Governor Fowle has i.-srud
his thanksgiving proclamation.
Cor.. Harry Skinnkr i men
tion for SrMkor in State L-gisl:i-tnre.
Telegrams from Londou and
; T . -; . .
ti.iu pieuii-.v iiiHUBicin iu ir ,'iut
THERE is yet a large quantity
of cotton in the fields in Craven
and snrrounding counties.
The IVehidfiit ot Honduras bus
been driven from the capital, but
will fight to recapture the Govern
ment. Mr. Lincoln deuies the report
that be intends to resign his posi
tion as Miuister to the Court of
, St. Jamt-s.
Democrats h.ve a majority oi
one in the Illinois Legislature.iusur
iag t he election ol'a Democratic 1'. S.
In little more than two weeks
Congress will be in session again, .
with tbe Force bill first in order
iu the Senate.
Shakes pea re's 'Taming of the
Shrew'' was mild and gentle com
pared with the taming of Ingalls
by ibe Kansas farmers. '
November reports to the Agri-,
cultural Department shows a low 1
ield of corn and potatoes and a
h.gh yield ol sugar cane.
"On in Kansas the Alliance
has elected Mr. McKay to be a
Judge and Mr. McKay has never
read law nor practicd it. Yet he
may do well in certain cases."
Professor Bergmann of Ber
lin has had satisfactory results
from inocnlatiDg with Professor
Koch's process for consumption.
ow, Illinois Democrats, send
Joha Palmer to the Senate.
Yon have carried
the Legislature ,
was what yon carried it
In the contest between Gen. Lee
and Mr. Hume in tbe Kight Vir-'
ginia district, the former won a
handsome victory. w lie deserved
! to do.
Trksidknt Harrison has cou
ducted his Administration to
please himself, and the people
have conducted the Fall elections
' to please themselves." New Yotk
! Walter Hester, a well known :
.... ,, .
urummer. snot nimsen in me ceau
with a pistol, on Wednesday night, '
oo the train between Greensboro ' Columbus. Ga , w here fifteen thous
and Keysville. His father com- pod persons were assembled. T. C.
mitted suicide lefre him. Dawson, of Glenville, Ala., was
The Rads are mighty mad. The attacked, shot down and killed by
leaders say the Force bill must be three memkrs of his wife's family.
pacd. We will see what we will although the McKinley bill
tee, bat in any event the people
will ba true to themselves and to
the liberty bequeathed by Revolu
Mr. Ingalls must act with
promptness if he is going to drive
the Force bill through the Senate.
He will have less than 100 dajs of
bis Senatorial career remaining to
him when Congress re assembles
THE content over the Alab.wua
Seuatorship is growing warm.
Senator Pogh, Thos. U. Watts who
was President Davis' Attorney
General, and Ii. F. Kolb. Commis
sioner of Agriculture, are the can
didates. The News and Obseiver says,
uVhile Dr. Pritchard is at Shelby
at the Baptist Convention, Kev.
Dr. Creasy, with whom he had a
; controversy about Sam Jones, will
Oil his pulpit. Here is an object
lesson for the people.''
We feel authorized to state that
Mr. Pattisou, the Democratic stan
dard bearer over iu l-nn U .una,
may not be quite as handsome as
he now is when election is oyer,
but he will know a heap more.
New York Tribune. Governor
Pattison is as handsome as tver,
and the Tribune knows 'i heap
Senator Stooner, of Wiscon
sin, will be letired at the end of
his first Senatorial ttrm. He is
one of the Senators who was terri
bly anxious to have tbe Force bill
I passed He needed fome'hing
'more powerful thu a force b 11 ip
Wisconsin this fall, it appears
The sti;MTin ten dent of t he Silver
Valle mwn-s, in Davidson eennty,
rep Hi.- i.e litoliog e tlie in ln'.-t
depor of ilvcr ore ever louiid in
the nit h. large vein of carbouate
of leml. c.irr nig 7n to Hi oiimcih
Ol ,-llv er end ,:i l er Cent, of Irail Io
the foil of ore.
Till", tariff went off li tU" cocked,
th i.' what did if. It storekeepers
all uo-r t be coun 1 1 y had not forgot
ten tt.eir patriotism in their wild,
untamed desire to niiki :(H) per
cent on pearl buttons. $'J7 net on
a Imttle of champagne, and 25
cents a pnfT un Havana cigar.-,
tbey would not havemaiked all
their goods up right on the eve of
an election and given the horny
banded son of toil a fit of nervou
prostration Wash. Star.
TlIK koyttian cotton crop
tnnch heavier than List year.
On Tuesday, in New York, mon
ey roe to IS!) per cent, on loans.
( 'RAWEonn's majority over
l'nrf in tln fifth district. IS
050 ' do not organize and advertise.
" -1' Richmond Despatch.
The corner stone of Trinity ' if tbe great, progressive city of
College was laid at Durham last j Rlcnmond is "too modest and
Tnelay with imposing cerimon- timid in making known her advan
Iea tages and opportunities to tbe
The Shelbv Land Company has
L , i
parcnaseti u: acres oi lanu ie-
tween that town and Cleveland
Springs, which it will improve.
We vprv mnrh regret to chroni
cle the suspension of the Greens
ooro Patriot. It ts very newsy
and well edited, and was valuable
So Benjamin Harrison wanted !
an extra session and the members
of the Cabinet didnT, and thelat-
ter had their way. Wonder what
Benj imiD Harrison wanted of an
extr.4 session T
A r.RAZii.iAN squadron is com
ing to thi--country for the special
purpose of delivering to the Presi
dent a medal and letter of thauks
from the lirazilian Government for
the prompt recognition by him of
the new Republic.
TriK tlarry in money is attributed
to the fact that the great European
banks have lately lost about 65,
OOO.tKiO ot gold, and they now want
to stop any more from leaving
Europe, and indeed wish to get
' what little there is in this country.
News and Observer.
Mr. T. II. Bain, brother of Don
ald W. B,4iD, EsqT, state Treasurer,
and an t-xperlenoed journalist and
i tarmer, ba secured a half interest
in the Southern Farmer, published
i in Raleixb. Hereafter the jkaperj
j will tw conducted under the name
i of Bain & Euniss.
A Delaware cow did'ut seem
, to It 11 well for a month or two, but
lived on until killed by a bolt of
lightning. Then she was post-mor-
temed and two pounds of nails and
gia68 found in her stomach, and a
ten penny nail had also imbedded
itself in her he.irt. Detnot Free
In the November number of the
North Amernn 'on o-r.v-mpn Mr
Kinley. Lodge and Dalzell gave us
their opinions on the subject,
"What Congress Has Done." It
would be interesting if they would
now publish their views upon
'What the People Have Done."
N. Y. Star.
A territile tragedy occurred
Tuesday on the Fair grounds of the
Chattahoochee Valley Exposition,
iaipot - cd
duty of five cents a
dozen on t-gs and five cents
apucv on cabbages, a New Yoik
Herald dispatch says that at
HolmeNville, on October 2l2d, both
eggs and cabbages were thrown by
the farmers h: the McKinley pro
cesiou. Tue Republican urators are pre
d cttng that tLey will elect tbe.r
President in I8'J2, after this tidal
wave, just as they did Hayes, in
'70, niter the tidal wave of '71. But
they didn't elect Mr. Hayes in '70.
They stole him in, a feat which
they will hardly perform in '02.
The ojster shuckers are now
making Elizabeth City the centre
of their trade. They lear that
native labor on the reserved oyster
grounds will not be able to supply
the demand of the canneries and
have examined our natural beds
declare that the supply is inex
haustible. Eliztbeth City Econo
mist. Tuk LiJiulon Saturday lieview of
October 25th, in an article on the
value of cavalry in modern war. I
fare, devotes a good part of its
space to an account of General J.
E. li. Stuart's raid around Mc
Clellan's army in 1SG2. The writer
says that brilliant as have been the
feats of other cavalry leaders
"nothing, perhaps, has surpassed
the leafs of this gallant prop of the
It h an extraordinary election
wbieh puts Senators Ingalls,
I'.varts. Faiwell, Blair, Spooner
ami Pl.ut of Connect cut upon tbe
ragged edge of defeat, and may
pu n them over It is well for tbe
liepti id it'.i n - that their holdover
m.'j 1 1 in i he Senate is so large
can t.u '
it t tie iiDiier boaft
ai d ;tet- her Mich shaking
ear- Irom now. Wash.
t ion - 11
ie.sul.-(i id TuesdajV elec
iiuest lonabiy make Plumb,
ot Kins-, :ie most powerful man
on th- Republican .-ule of tbe Sen-
ate. He r tiiit lux tis.noei Aten what
the reMU- oi me McKinley bill and
would be in tbe
W, !. ami thev will nut deny tbat
he told the the truth. There will
be some fun in the Senate if Hoar lQeir Dliile orKaD ana w,u erisiain Ae8embly of the Kniuhw.of Libor con
mid ('.niMti undertike to nasg ' ili while regretting ita assault upon vened la annual session today. Grand
. . k . ,. x. '. rV ! t' i Master Workman Powderly preidin?.
.hen lo.ce bill National Demo- Senator ance. ' Over 200 delegates were present. Mr.
crat. - "Why this firebrand is thrown 1 powderly read his annual addresf.
ORGANIZE AND ADVERTISE.
Mr. B. F. Johnson, who is one of be comprehended by those who
the most valuable citizens Rich- i, tv, , mj: ; ,
, . , ,,. . , ... know the maddening influence of
mond ever had. says Richmond "is i . 6
entirely too modest apd timid in j Phonal ambition.
making hnown her advantages and ' rr a ,f. . . . ... .
i ,,e Ihk South is so riota in coal that
opportanities to the world." I . . , , w 11
Ve think a greater trouble i8;1Cwl11 not be ,0De before the de
that we do little else but talk. We 1 mand for it will come from distant
, world" what is to be Skid of cities
n . i t i I
( equany as wen tocaieci, mat are iar
( behind her iu wealth, popolation
and enterprise T
What do we need! Why, just
what the Dispatch says Richmond
needs. "We do
not organize and
xjct us iuio uu.t.u im
affairs. Wilmington, New Berne,
throw ont your banners. Just as
enre as Hull's Cough Syrup is known
Organization is the imperative an ambitious Republican Congress -
demand of i h nitnution. Oonor.tmen already, and will slay many
tunities are not wanting when
organizations are ready to use
them. Newspapers present the
best means of general advertising,
but when it is desirable to give
eclat to a movement and rush con
clusions, other means may be used
as auxiliaries The World's Fair
I will give to .North Carolina a
splendid opportunity of extensive
I advertising, but the opportunity
will pass unimproved unless Bome
' organization has the matter in hand
i that will use it judiciously and
profitably. But Eastern North
Carolina must not rely alone on a
State organization. Our towns and
cities must have their own immedi
If the advantages, the wealth,
and the products of this section
were presented to the nations, the
solid ground would not hold the
multitudes that would rush in to
possess the land.
We confess that we would like
to see this garden of the South
filled with our own people who
wonld gather ita fruits and bring
to light ita hidden treasures, bat if
they will not arise to a realization
of their splendid opportunities,
then throw open the door and let
the stranger in, that the .vilder
neas may be glad and the solitary
places shout for joy.
The Senatorial fight in North
Carolina seems to be progressing
very quietly, and Senator Vance,
according to the reoent statements
of papers friendly to his interests,
has been strong enough to slap the
Alliance in the face as be did in
his letter, and then by the united
howl of his benchmen whip the
Order into line aahis supporters.
This paragraph is unworthy the
Economist. It is the organ of the
National Alliance, and as such
it has influence in North Carolina.
Senator Vnnce is very strong, but
he "has never used tbat strength
against his people. Lie has not
"slapped the Alliance in the face"
nor "whipped tbe Order into line
aa his supporters." There is bar
mony in North Carolina. Governor
Vance has given the Alliance the
assurance of his cordial co opera
tion, and Alliance men give to the
Senator their support because they
have confidence in his wisdom and
fidelity. There is no slapping
faces; no whipping into line, but
the mutual respect and co opera
tion of patriots and gentlemen is
giving relief to the country.
Since the foregoing was written
we have seen the following para
"The Progressive Farmer had
hoped tbat the Senator would so
modify bis views on this great
measure aa tnat good ana true
Alliance men could consistently
give him their support, aai ne
persists in calling the bill uncon
stitutional. In short, Senator Vance
cannot and will not support the
measure, and yet he claims that
'every candidate for the Legisla
ture except three are pledged to
blm.' Senator Vance makes the
issue ciear c ttance mum qoan,
don tkia measure or it must abandon
him. What answer will the Al
liance of North Carolina make to
this proposition T As the official
organ of the order in our State, the
Progressive Farmer would be base
ly recreant and treacherous to its
high trust if it faltered in the dis
charge of its sacred duty. It can
not and will not support any man
for Senator who thus places him
self in antagonism to a measure
which lies to near the heart of this
great order. We will not abandon
the Sub Treasury plan, but we
intend to do all in our power to
secure legislation tbat will bring
relief to our oppressed people con
tamnlatpd iti this hill. So fAr aa
this DaDer is concerned, it will not
fiie "P m.B measure ior any man."
There is not tbe slightest occasion
for this performance. It was not
called for by public necessity, and
must have originated in the bone of
private gain. Whatever the pur
pose, it is most extraordinary. The
farmers of North Carolina know
that Senator Tance is their friend!
i and chamPioa- They love their
oruer anu inteou tnaius DeneoceDi
influences shall extendtothe whole
! coantryr. Tey are attached to
are auacnea to
into the Democratic camp can only
parts of the United States and
from foreign lands. Alabama,
Kentucky, Virginia, Weat Virginia,
North Carolina and Arkansas have
coal deposits the extent of which
has not been estimated rxcept in
r,nint forma hirh inHita ic
vastness. The mineral wealth of
j tDe QoQth is as yet only faintly
comprehend by the most intelli
gent and most indasti ious of those
who have studied the snbiect. Its
8torC8 of coi anj irotl aie prasoti.
cally known to be inexhaustible,
Dut tljeir volume I10 naan can esti
j mat. Norfolk Virginian,
Let the Fore bill statesmen rise
UP now and demand its adoptiou.
1 Tt Q liQ ioOa ff V,,J Llaln mnr-
more. It can never elect anUiod j
except men who oppose it in the:
United States. Even in Russia I
they are repealling the foolish laws i
ol oppression and suppression,
which have been passed by despot
ic friends of the Czar. Force bills
will not work anywhere.
Stella and the VT. 0 & X. It Road,
Editor Journal : Surveys are
being made for the New Berne end
ol the W. O. & N. E R and friends
of different localities along the
route are growing anxious about
its final location. This is natural
and shows a wide-awake spirit on
tbe part of the people.
Railroads are great developers of
the material welfare of the country
through which tbey penetrate, and
this is the cause of the deep interest
shown by the people living between
the terminal points of this new
road to be built. Every locality
along the way wants the road to
favor it, but the location of this
road ia not only a matter of great
importance to tbe people along its
line of way in tbe development of
their material resources, but it is
far more important to the railroad
itself as a matter of business and
finance. Every locality along tbe
way wants the road to run through
or near it, as a matter of dollars
and cents to it; but as railroads
are expansive affairs, requiring
years in some instances to work up.
business enough to meet the inter
est on its bonds of construction, it
is of the utmost importance to this
road that its bed be located on pure
ly business principles and from a-i
unbiased business standpoint.
While the people living between
the terminal points of this road are
holding meetings and offering
various inducements to direct its
line to this or tbat locality, the
main and ultimate question that
will operate to finally fix its
route will be the present and pros
pective business in the way ol
freights. A calm business sense
view of the matter on the part ot
those who are to make or lose by
the enterprise cannot fail to see,
when all the conditions are care
fully weighed, that tbe road from
Jacksonville to New Berne via
Stella possess in every way im
measurable advantages over all
other proposed routes. Stella, a
thrifty town located on White Oak
river eight miles above Swansboro,
wonld furnish easy access to ship
pers of oysters, game, fish and
clams. To leave out the tribu
taries of White Oak river, Bogue
and Brown sounds with their vast
resources already existing and with
possibilities incalculable, is to shut
the eye against an interest which I
cannot believe the projectors of
this route will ignore. The game,
clam, oyster and fish trade of Bogue
and Brown sounds and White Oak
river would far exceed in freights
to a road within its reach, those of
any route beyond its reach, while
the immense products ot tbe farm
ers of Brown sound, the Swans
boro section and a large part of
Carteret and lower Jones would
swell tbe volume of business to
such a located road beyond all com
parison with any other route. Then
again there are several lumber
mills located within a few miles of
Stella; one mammoth one at Stella,
and others are being talked of,
wbfch now cut millions of feet of
lumber, a large part of which
would find its way to market by
rail 11 a road was located within its
reach. The White Oak River Co
operative Company located at Stella
have, it is said, agreed to guaran
tee to this road if brought to Stella
950,000 in freights annually. Many
other inducements can be shown to
exist in favor of this line, and I
trust some action will be taken on
tbe part of those interested in this
location of the road to show to the
constructors that in immediate and
prospective advantages, no ronte
offers so many important financial
inducements as this one via Stella.
And as the bed would not in the
least be lengthened, no extra
expense would be incurred by
adopting this line. Thus it may
be shown that without a single
objection why the road should not
tap tide water at Stella there are
innumerable reasons why it should.
; Then come, friends, ana let
have a grand convocation at Stella
i x uui ouflJ , v . - .tu
,CL uo uu uul t"""
maDv unanswerable arguments
why Le rQad should take the route
J. W. SAKDEES.
Sanders Store, N. C, Not. 12.
Bandits Rob, (jeorgrla Express.
Augusta. Oa.. Not. 11. About 9
o'clock this morning n expresi on the
Georgia Central Railway was boarded
by a band of highwaymen ana twelve
thousand dollars taksn from tbe ex
Tha Knlirlilinf l.ahnr
; tjEvVer. Col . No. 11. Tbe General
From Clui it 1 Hill.
The follow ing coram uc i-atiou fron; fi
young Now Bernean was ifr;-iv,-il a lt-w
days ago, but the lak of : ; .r.' i. vt i,t
ed ita earlier appcararjct :
Chapel Uii.i, X.v , 1:'j0
OranJ jubilee celebration ht-re lnt
night by Biuenta ov.-r great D vmvrat
io victory. Tbtre wa h torculinht ( iu
oeeeion comijoed of t-uMeutj au.i vil
lagera enormous bui. lires beauuful
fireworks. As the preoeioii inovtd
alont; the air wan ri-iu by jhnuti ol
"Down wi'l: MKinley r..l I'iuro
cracy!" ' ilu for Clt-vele.n i ;mi
Reform!" "'ll. ill for D-mori.vy ! '
"Three cheers for the six University
men, M. C.'b from North Carolinv!"'
"Hurrah for Zdb. Van.-e! " " "U-ili f -r
Ranom!" The enihuri is! ic ftu.ieii-.fi
yelled themselves honr-p. After tii'
line of march had been finistn 1 there
was ppnakine from the following ntu
dents: W. H. Wills, (ire. u-boro: F. H.
Batohelor. Haleieh: Plato (Toliinv. Kin-
ton; W. W. Divien, Me-kl-ribur; ( .' i .
Va.: Sbepard Brynn. Ncmv H-rne: Vn
tor 8. Bryant, Pineviilp, N 1 '.
Aleaera. Jno II Morehead. I'.otin
Busbeu, jr., Geo. Rinjom and W . J.
Andrew a ure eiititled to theprai-ie tor ;
perfecting the an-ritje:Tin t of ttu c!
ebralion. The music foi the o,: aion
was furninhed bv a bin t f ih.-- t;u
dents, Mr. R ihcoo Naun r.erfor.uiriir tu
; ioconeiderablo part.
The V Till lit! D..-1 1 1 V I -H" V
I- tip ,'i;e!
: fitronji Hurrah for O
er i '!, vel nij.
; the p.n PreeiJe-t of
; StHte' :
t the Alumni of t ho i i v r-;ty.
The foilowina appeal has het.u ,Hu.
to the University Alumni:
Umversity uv North Cm: .i.i.va,
Chapel tlill. November. 1MJJ.
At the meeting of the Univera; y
Alumni Aaeociation. held in (rernrd
Hall, Jane 4 ult , the euni of twenty
four thousand ax hundred dolUir
($24 600) was subscribed for tt.e er.dj -ment
of a "Chair of History'" in the
Univerfitv. The 6ubicriptio.eH are:
Julian S Carr $() 0-0
Jamea Grant -M'to
D. O.Worth l.uCO
W. H S. Burgwyn !.0l u
E. A. Alderman 1 50
J. 8. Carrie i:
C. D. Mclver 1.0
EJ. Chambers Smith 2'u
Jno. S. Hill (for clues of VJ 2-'0
F. P. Venable .".00
John Manning i.V
Haywood Parker 2i
W. H. McDonald 25
Geo. T. Winston JeO
Walter L. Steele 500
W A. Guthrie 10J
John A Gilmer 00
A. R. Ledoui '.u
Rufua Burringer jU
Eugene G Uarrell ll'i.
Fred. Phillips 500
R B. Red wine 100
Total 2-1 GOO
Oil motion of Mr. K. 11. Battle it wa.-i
Resolved, i'nat a committee of three
alumni, rehident at Chapel Hill, be ap
pointed with power to appoint an agent '
or iud committee in the dilTerent con
gressional districts, to solicit subscrip '
tions to increase the endowment to
thirty thousand dollars.
2". That in full confidence that the
Chair of Elistory win be endowed, the
President of this Association notify the
Board of fruetets that they are re
quested to elect a Proftssor of History
at their regular maetiu in January.
The President has apoiGted the
underbigned as the Cooimittee of the
Alumni provided for iu the former of
tbe above resolutions.
It was confidently expected tlitit the
alumni not present at tlnd lueeim could
be relied on for an amount Mii'iieui to
raise the endowmem to thirty tnouaand
dollars, tbe sum designated 111 the re.-o
lutious of Mr. Battle. Tne ucderstced
OOmmittt e, however, ale. cleaily of the
opinion that this sum is ineurlicient.
and tbat the endowment bbould be at
least thirty-five thousand doiiais. an
tbe interest rate nil! probiMy fall to
six per cent in the scir future. An
income of twenty one hund ed dulla. s
will tot more ttian nulli.'i to ad m 1 u ister
tbe fund and pay th. piotetsor o Siim y.
We earnestly invoke the asHitatiee or
every University alumnus in c.iuipitun
tbe endowment ol e.in Cnair. Ire
further sum of t-n m u-nuj four hun
dred dollars (S 0 4MU) is n-iuiua
When we couriaer th uni- tu ni-i-r ol
the alumni, and (he unporiaii- e f m,
movement to tbe Uuivei siiy and to the
State, we cannot dottut that lu rinu
will be quick ly subset 1 1 t d .
Kemp P. -iattlk i
UEOKQE l' WlNsToN.
From lliapel Hill.
Editok Journal- ii,e tfn tr.-iti,.,. oi
tbe recent gionoua eli-i lu.10 by "h.
students of the Univi rsit y and in-eii;-zens
of Chapel Hill, a short account oi
which you bave already puhlished, w.is
a display of entnusiasm ana pitrioiim
such as has never been seen here, tx
cept, perhaps in 1SS4, whea Cleveland
was elected President .
It would have doi the Demociats of
the black district (which came vers
near changing its complexion this
time good, if tbey could have wiuiesstd .
tbe jubilee bere last night Iu the!
University there are nearly two liuu- '
dred young men whose every heart beat
is a stroke for Democracy. Would that
every one of them, with their strong
intellects, their eloquence, their love of
government, their patriotism, had been
turned loose in the Btrugltnz s conil
district for two weeks before the lec
tion, that the Esst mi,;ht have been
The second dist ict has representa
tives nt the Univtrsity, though, who
will, net many years in the fuiure.
wield such an icllaecce for bum, for
justice and liberty, that, he hs-mred
struggling yet never faltering Demo
crats of the East, with your aid. oar
district will be called brack from dark
ness and set up in the eternal sunlight
Among the young epeakcra last night
none called forth more applause nor
fanned more forcibly the llime of
enthusiasm and patriotism in the hearts
of the large assemblage than Mr.
Shepard Bryan, of New Berne. Ills
speech was strong and cut like a t
edged sword into tbe black hear: of
Republicanism, plutocracy and corrup
tion, and wben he predicted that Grovt r
Cleveland wculd be elected Preiid-nt
of the Uai'ed States in 1S9J. the cro -vd
cheered till their throats were s ire
Mr. Bryan's voice will be heard in the
second district in the future ur.d it will
be a power for good .
The other speeches ucre ail stirring
and patriotic. Mr. Plato Collins, of
Kinston. made one of the very heft
His eloquence captiva ed the audience.
He is one of the most brilliint speakers
at the University .
The torchlight prncet-si e; ia--d t'.e
residence of Prof. Winston und hi? w.:r
called upon to speak In a shot
pointed speech he expre-'d himself
highly pleased wiih the di-piay o
patriotism by the young men. He rt -joiced
The Democratic heart or th.' grtrn.i
old University was glad last night-
Another Prohahle Denial r.itie (;..i,i.
CHICAGO, III . November 11 In th
official count in the First conrfr-rsi-.n d
district today Einu (Demo -rat ! nam - i
222 votes in two wards. Tbirf ratio, if
kept up, would elect him over ih
present incumbent, ('ocre-trr. ,n A'-.. .
ApiletOD, the Puhlisher, is Head.
New York. Nov 13 Daniel 8. Ao
pleton. of the publishing firm of D.
Appletcn & Co.. died thi morning at
his home in University Place, lie was
stricken with apoplexy last Sunday.
J til.- jeiil
!( r ii hu i o
n A iitoiii . i',--mi
-Ij.ii ; i . r .f
If we turn i;u-i: t
11 vo. u Liouf.r-. v. iif ,
I'.e . i ..i - :" X e -v
1 1 ritfiiirtifd i'y tin i ;
Itllll lii-ir l. Ii Let; t i,-i-aI'o.i;
ion . nibract
lire Hiid for- un".
i 1. 1 -lory of i (ir
w iil o ; n tiit
ft! tli.- mo.-t ii IM-
' ;i I tit, their virtue
e, vt P.h ec .reo! v :ui
' I with fill the I i-k
the principii s w hich
woui.l either i-uet the Hnii-h n!u(;kIeH
-o tihii;. riv. it-il upon iheni 01 involve
Iheni in irrel riiv;ible ruin. In the very
iron', r.infc or pir li heroi
r.infe of nil'
im! i-in iye.i by threalH and tne
-.'I-.' I n of ii larKe fleet of veffels
nti.ieii io foreign e immerce and the
n't inning to
-id illiotl to
i 1. 1 ji iti :.
pert v . bv the
li t , , i oi in
f 1 1
Closri of the
v. h i-' i
' r e. n
.1 tee V -
ll. tion i i
u , . r ,
I; i .! I
. in Ne -. 11,-rn
o rai Ni;h irnel
ol i,-. i - to - nab!e
in-- ii i'f it ik e,l
o I .: ,r of
' wii lee v
I (iv,- y i i
S im ,ici
-nilr . '-
1 i V
ii 1 .'I li - f i
i ! -.
i n o j i 1
eeu 1 1 L y
t" t lie
S L h j i i y
- !l .
iiiiii' iit John
A Ur. Trioiu-i-I
:-.u.'j , t ii
t 'ink. Her
: J jlia
" J JtlO
Sianl;. . !
a c d e r b :
the U ill
j ,oe I. e.
Lei:, tii :
.- t i e io
' t-T i -:
Iii.V ! .1 .
Stut.dt hih ... :
ci-ied ch..r .-. s
and i'.- iin-fs, ti.i t
h. :-. t i r; : . j . i i..
S i: uti :s; w.iy ;.:-a
J.-'h:i Ji i. ; tis n ;i'o .
Samuel St.in.y. a-.
Statity, of Mirj j;ia-l
Between tt;e u.-.-Stanly
.tn.i hi- 41
Stanly, m.ru 10. 1
eliitted. Idath. n-
r; i de-
o'i 1 0:
J i m i
tlilt !.- ill
11, :.i vi .oit
t '.e t it!,, r of
1? Iji'j tiler
th- K v. ih
t e -
a h : ( n 1 u r y 1 1 a d
-v. se-. el il.; one of
the neari-cr hnss c.-mcr-ct-at the illus
trious narae of the Stuaiys of the past
willi Ine .S.bniys of the p.-et en i geiicra
tion. lits moi;;vi- vs ioe daKhter of
Samuc-1 vV.ikt::-- hie :'r:t..tr lirst marry
ing the (i-itihter of J... Harvey, the
rnolhui of his otiie
tv. ict il .. , :
1 5 1 1 - y W.iiiiij
bright in -.:.- i::
purvivipe ti-!, ,
instructed j i .
She di. d. 0 .1 i
tbe care of r. :-u .
came his ctr;-, u:i.;
number of yt .;h. r
After due p: ep ,r
-i.-t.r- . i .i." arc lriDili-
:i , ir.di, . f Mia
' e o , .,- ,i.y aill
; t , ,-,e of the
- l',i:tL.f ully
h r i.-iirriage.
, -i ro 1. iuf .Ut tO
e :.. ; time, he
: . r a: : -u r v 1 ved , a :
ii ".-: iier.
.lie-1, Samuel entered
wheri? hu Kfsduated.
as likewise did his ft
before, and returtive
iier many years
halite about the
beginning of the late iv
ly j er:ed ti.. :: the
Th-oiiiiir. Rjlii:;. w ti .
Colonel, fell i : : iy i
on one of t'.ie bioo :y lit-;
Througii all the trial.;, p
tion-. tx;: TaT-ee.! In- 'I
whl -h S:..-ioly -
ample pro f of I-, s s r e-
11 tl 1 Htl a '. ed ('-. t! ! .1 '. 1
i .1 mi n i.'u;?k't in also
including the Sr'.r1, ii j
he v. as e,-:pl'ir d a!: i i .',
Deonvare with, aao-.l
not les- gailant i-n:i f
so! , i-r. Capt . fc'd . , ' 1 i .'
leu". Sarn Sinu y. a-i -gre;r.
1 r il'- anstous
topnay of Capt.
.'-fier wards as
e--iin iiis men
ds of Viiginia.
:! : 'r -iud pri va
le c -rom-md to
1 -h- 1 he cave
i J:ei ity and
1 s present
' ii,:ht. In it
daiie.er and ni'l
iter fiinpiicity of
: :: i him un
-i ! r;t 1 . 1 'e was
-1 1. .is dariu &
c a i I'.i' t er, w , l . -a m
u u 1 1 ly pipa : nr in t o
hs 1 1 1 1 1 i i b a ate I til ii
ad .1 til, U ,'il of --.'l hi
i-rei- -riiai te-iinin ii
ri .i m intelli-t'io,-e
an-: c ni n.a a ) i a g hun. th-r.-th.f
f-.rviee a soldar wti-)
was not in ,
every duty with greater alacrity and
tx.ctitule. His extraordinary phjsi
ea. e i. i u i .mi e were often, by l is own
ele ie-. put to the -evert srt"st
It h h in truly Haifl solihrsare
-stun e.ed .e eo,-;i ing to t h.-ir itn mediate
u i Us I. -t tip ir x-iti .ns b wanteti,
!i I ilii iir sure !,s iviiiimu-! atten
to. he ilit-ge-' p i- t 'any are too
1 1 i n :.' I -, r. rg'i'.t 'ii I i pea, -" they
a--- e - . : oblivion. Hat in
p. Sitae. : -tally proved himself,
. ih.p- . :--... r !.y s-is cw of benevo-he--,
ihir, !v io. lieeas of diringin
-i i til.-y t --resented Iih patri
a sr. in a it atision at New
i-.tit.-, saving, simply to
r. take it. I can work. Yon
it More than mj-Btilf." So
e-h mnr than he pospeeeed
:rts o'" life M-ouid hove been
. ' . : iat -i"
her. " take ii
ni , be r, i ei i
U w w i t "a iiiii
of t ri-' c- :n f a
He line era
the iield nnti
even where there wa
'jerarde c; i
; !e- sitrren
it Kept him io
fedc ra;e .arms : tio it f
South, he in v. r n 'an
to his n at - v to wn T
S mi Staeiv utos-t ie'isi.
'-teemed liitn hi-t Tie
him in his ne'.v i.i-..;e j.
his weakn s-t". and r-s-.
gen- ro-itv and :n- la-'i
ur.flinchr'r.t; :.ui:.igu a
. v. ir g k in dred
, I , we be ' i" vt
ie--o who knew
it,! y loved and
v ii 1 bury with
n. '. a m leapt all
r I. old dear his
f t i- ndship. his
,d true patriot
D. 'll.e St
'. ti t
of I anva--(
a ( '-. I. v ai'f(
c in nt and
Si ate vote.
r,ix of Nir
l'ti" b -the
er;il and tv
Seriate la 1.
These in ,-,
d-.v bv C.
e ho-rd e
IjI j-.kt e li'e
ill io ;-t i
ras of the
hv r-u the
V of St ,t -. Attoraey-Cea--j
loeit,')! r- elect of the State
iii'hei.e--.u by the Governor,
b't- wsie e. ptiai n d v'-ii-l
itor J '.) I-.'ait i are Mr. A .
O. Hrno Si : t-:i ,t, -r e ! ve- from W 1 6 e
. V W ilscr State
in i lav ' n i-onti ' v .
-'. r. ! -.;-.'. ising cf t ii e
t i oMv ia the ha'l i f
. - - S ' e Ciin,n iele
L-o r at M ,t
10--II. M S. Serpent
I ,l. lay niht t enty
i'ti".' Fminere. Two
jr.v -t. 'V..n men were
at on the rocks during
a t iie SpaT'.ieii Least. A
; t'.ie i at t'ae time, It
i" obtain a-sist3LCe
a- i tl.e v--ssel rrmainf d
w : s - . i
hun : red
droT- n i
: ti 1
s ", t-ow-rt,.
w a v '
k n to
w I i h
i,. 1 V JO.
vv a - fine v.
K i'i-n tiuo
e r . is ! l - :
l -to the ov i
and p-ver ii t
,- e r
1J --ileiirt, M
P i i . i h K al
all -. ri e n m-n t
.Ni w Yni k - ! in j "liirki I.
Nr.'A' nKi. Nov. li. The money
marfeet thin riioining i-j nituli stronger
and there i-t on i-nprovi'ment in all
Sam ih 1 V. l:k
11E.VVV I All. I ki:.
i.i 4 it; i.rn o i-;u
TIIlulKI N MILLION.
V , Xjv. i 1 To.jiiy
N !'. Y.-i:i. N. V
ii!l:on eirelert were Heri.e v.-1 -tt: reira
ly.eJ Ly the isnnoutjci mei t thit the
Urge btuiki') li in of Wei ney & '('.,;
on Broa.i -vay . h .! f iio -i foi i vvn and a '
half rni;:io j s -i ; The Wail Minet
ktn-t iv. ie hti.j u!i the mortur.g iook
ing into (,.. r. u.. of r.eie-i .t.,j hn-mesH
in the Kxchane i somewhat chilled. j
The fi.ilure of the lare i-iik import- ;
ini firm of Waiker, Hun - '", rnmc
imuiwdiatelv after, and it it thought !
others will epeed ily follo v a-, the put I
ronage of the bank wm very exteneive.
lhe liabilities of the.filb tirm are ewti
mated at 500.000
Just after 2:15 p m the failur.. of
Decker, Howell fc I o . of 4 1 Uroid xay
u bh annoimee.f on th- Stoel; Kxeh ir.e
I'hey rtia.le n a inrrsenr to Willi un
NeUon t roioweii Tne f i r til whm ore
of I he Inr'-t-t on I Io' en. .1 ,ll ;
It is el irriHfe.l thtl' 'he :. j. ..f
Deeker &.. Hie Rin-.it t--i: iohIio- h
j . i
o.i t ne a-HHx xt pr.--.-!.i salt
iirKeiy i xreed that. Film
The fuiiure of David Ke-t, ,ie in 1
MIRTH ( AUOI.IN VS Vli I.I)
I.oiii-hina Leads all (lie
I lorid.i the I.tit,.-
Vv'.i GT i. Th ". N,.v.
re-iir.-t for N iveiuln-r ij
t'l-'1':. of A ti r i.-ti ! tu r.- ,
mt- oi , I. hi p r sicre. i '
:l n ii
eon ii j r no' 11
o t tl ..' i.lf .'iH v
' Iel.l. u iiii e,,i 1 1 i , 1 ,i on I y o '
t.rrorri. rimke.-i ii,, lieer.ot- ;ie.i
pounds of it nt per acre.
1 is . -tuei.te i ti I . 1 .
ar,- ho, ,0 -:
Virjtir, ia l.Js p
N v.t : h 1 ai oi ina Is 2
S-Jtuh Carolini IT"),
riorid 1 10.
Ai d.anv. 1 1!""),
M itsi -isippt 200.
1. u i -i in 1 l:;? .
Tex s 105.
A r kan tei J-5.
'i' ni.i-'-.-i- li'i.
A Triiin Ii 11 r i il in the Mud
Sai.km Oih , Nov l:; The Over
I jei.ie tr.ntj. -outh uouud 1 .-t t.u1,. .
went thro : li th- no th etd of a !onf:
trestle over Lake Sa-i-li, ar.ut five
u:iies from Sileui. e trestle must
have given away a- s -o-j us the 1 utin
struck ic, and tne tr,-ni p.n I trestle 1,1,
went d wn together. The engine was
overturned and haif nuried in trie mud.
and folio in this were tne tender,
mail, baggage and express oar, tbe
pranking car and t- u rist aleepjr. Ail
were broken to pieces Kai;ineor Me
Fadden. Firer:iri McN.jal and an un
known p.nn w, re krh-,1. ?'-ariy all of
the 100 pers ji.s on th- rrai j were more
or less injured, t-ome q me i-erimi-ly. It
is prabrtijlu that neattis wiu run up to
ten, aa tunny of the injirei an- badly
The briJge is about dOO feet Im.ir ani
from nineteen to twenty ftet hin.
Hanks in a Tiht I'late.
Ne-.v Yokk. Nov. 11 Rumors of
trouble amoag the banking institutions
were current all day. but no one paid
much heed to them, tninbi-g that they
were the utual emanations of the bear
minds. After the, close, however, it j
was learned that three binks which :
were members of the New York clear- :
ing house association were unable to!
settle the claims of other banks agaiatt j
them. There was a balance against!
bank of North America of 51,400 000.,
which it was unable to ieit!o O.hi-r ,
banks are in straits, thought to Le due
to the failures today.
ausonod in Fort
ex - ihnt rind 'c 'il "e Counted (fill.
N-'V Btrn ard Ce I.l'MBl A, S. C. , November i0 Con
M.at i. We ie- j gressmau Thomas L. Miller colored re
Idir. poeseesed publican from the seventh dis-triot. wl-o
was seated iu place of Elliott, democrat
just bifore the adjournment, i f con
gress, and who received u mnj r i t y of
the votes cast at the recent electh-n .
will be counted out bv the c inra-Hin;
board. Tne ciuse of Miller's Ions of his
ssat io congress is that he failed to have
his tickets printed upon the paper and
in the form and sizj prescribed by the
otate law regulating elections.
llie South Iriikida Leg-is'ature Demo-
Ciil'iiil. 111., Nv. i:l A special;
from Pierre. S I)., sas M l i m iny i
eouuties the election on in aobers of tlie
Legislature ha been hi . -lose lh.it the
official canvass has been r'.e,'"ssary to
determine who was eleote i (.Corrected :
returns have been reia-ivt-d fr an about
all the counties in doubt, and it is he- .
vond question that the Legislature is ;
lost in both branches to the H pubhehnp.
The House will probably give fou -majority
for the Democratic Inde
ptndent Fusioni.-ts, while the Sjnate
will havrt not less than three, giving
them Sfven majority on joint ballot to
elect a United States Senator
Wiloiinitton ilar: The L'vi-I i'iin of
Florida will he a one-Hidt.t i e-titution
Not a single Repubiiean has h. en elect
ed to it, nor a married one either.
While I '. itia t'iiay ir. li-hini; for imp in
he might take time to Mu ly up on the
a little, and inquire what haa become
of tho Kepnhlioan party d iwn there.
A Great Bargain !
WILL DE SOLD AT A
GEE AT SACRIFICE!
A VALCAIU.K PLANTATION hiu
att d on the South Hide of tbe Neune
livtr. three and a )mlf ruilen from the
City of New Kerne, N. '. One hundred
and twentj-tlve acres c'eaied
;'( ! N I ,
SliTAltiih' 1 OK Till'i'KIO,
Tobacco Hairing, or un tin! of farm
ing. The balance, two haa-ir.,!
. acrc-H. htaviiy timbered wi'h !
:: or. -', and other kireN of timbiT.
It ii also fine Grazing Land.
(ii-id dwtlling. nut bu 1 1 d in m . and n
tine orchard. It has a tin- FISHERY
front ng half a mil- on the beach,
ivhere there are hijih har.-k-i of marl
that can never bo exIiMisttd, from
which vessel? cm load wild ea'e.
It i-i a very beautiful anil healthy lo
cation, presenting a nenr view to the
passing veRsele rind the A a N ' Rail
For terms app' v to
Optro. it.. H ) Albeit.
oe30 d wtf New H-rne. N. C
j ltscir.(,l ..' I-. ,!:,' waa
ontpuin. Itook "f r'o'-tirehir-
-n,; rill T.
, !. M.V.-ool.I.KV. M l).
unite; oj WLanimii hi.
There Is Probably More So;:p
Brought to the to-vn .,f Ni-w !', rn- than
anv other town in ;!,- St t Why i a
thi-'f ii."' nine ;i,e p-''.;.. nr" deter
mined to ketp I'li'iti. and h ive every
:hinr. about them pure ?in-i .;-ai-i t
And ritrht In re i the rm n I keep
TariHiil & Co. V Cigart-: t i are the
puree t and sweet st Cigars to n;e. ho all i
good urankers say, and are pi- a-ed with
t h . m .
And don't you f.irset, the 2a 000 to
tie eivea a.va on i-iit.-H "oll nmr
on ,,oc i PMMvn
i . v ' - j .11 , J .UiJIIjU '
TJ-'ifli (ho method mid results when
"rup of l'is jq taken; it is jileasant
ami if fre.-liin to 1 1 10 taste, and acta
irenilv y, t jirompily en tlie Xidneys,
l.iver : 1 1 : 1 liewt Is, rli'anseg the sya
teni edicfurtlly, lispel3 coldB, head
tiehes f, vers jt?;t! cures habitual
con.-ii.-ation. Syrup .f Figs ia the
only remedy of its kiud ever pro
duced, pleasing to tlie taste and ac
ceptable to (lie stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in iU
effects, jin pared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualilies ConimeDd it
to all Mid have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Fitrs is, for sale in 50c
Mid 81 bottles'by all leading drug-i.-te.
.Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
eiirc it promptly for any one who
i-hes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
S4V At.CISCO. CAl.
LOUISVILLE. hV. NEW YORK, AI. Y
A R'LL LINE OF
Heating and Cooking Stoves
L. H. Gutter & Go',
Dit. HuHTiiaeYB' Specifics are scien tlfloall j uad
carefully pTP(a.rpl prescriptions ; used fornumy
3 t-ars in i-rlvaic practice withBurmEui.aUifl foroer
thirty yt-arH used liy tbe people. Every sliiRle Bp
i i iic 1s a Ni''-i:il cure for the disease named.
I hr-ic SpeciUcH cure without dmKntnK, pnifr
in ir or reduciiiK the Bynhm, and are In fact and
dt-rd tlit'Hovcrelgu remedies ol'tfa eWorld.
LIST V PltlSCU'AL, NU8. CfRKH. TUCKS.
1 h vvvm, C 'iH-estlon. Inilanimatlon .
lZ WorniH, Worm Kuver, Worm folic . ,
3 C'ryinff C'olic, or Teething of" Infanl ,
4 Difirrneav of Children or Aduita
5 OyNpntrryi Griping, Bilious Ckllc. - ,
U Cholera Irl orbu s, VonilUng ,
7 ( outhn, lirouchltlB. ,
N NeDriiliifa, TtKUhache, Fareache . ,
O Jleailacheg; Sick Headache, Verthjo ,
10 Iypepiia, Bilious Htomach
1 I huppremed or Painfal Perloda. ,
J'Z Whfiee, too Profuse J'erlods ,
1 .'I ( roup. Cough, Difficult Breathing .. .
14 Knit Rheum, Erysipelas, Kniptlona. ,
15 K he ii mall win. Rheumatic Pains
J 6 I ever and A gur, Chiils, JUaiaiia
1 7 Pile, Blind or Bleeding ,
19 n I nrrta, Influeuea, Cold tn the Head .
'O W hoopinR ('nngh. Violent Oonghs. ,
2 A General lehllli y.i hyulcal WeaknoM ,
Z7 Kidney Disease
2S Nervous lebillty 1.
HO I rlnarv Wenkueu. WettlnaBed. ,
S Z Diseases ol the 1 1 eu rt , l al i-llatlon 1 .
Sold bv rrueg1swt. or sent iMMtnald on receipt
of price. Dr. HuirPHriE vh Maki-ai (144 paces)
richly lound In cloth and gold, mailed free.
rrrjMpnREYS' medicine oo-
Cor. William and John Streets, WtwTork.
All of the above medicinei are for
ale at the drug Htorea of F. 8. Duffy
and R. H-.rry, Middle street, Nw
Brne. N. C
E K. WILLIS,
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
Italian ni. l Amrric in Marble and all
qualities of material .
uiutiiB no.u lieu o.io
tten tion .
BQt n-f action
O K MlI.l.F.R ia my agent l Kintoo.
and Alex FlELnsi regular traveling
t lenntiti tltc
Allays I a I ii and
I u i A III 111 1 1 o ei ,
Ileal the Son a.
Snue of Taate
wi r. . r mm t.uh
T U Y THE CUaC
A particle le applied inu oach noatrll nd
Is ni;rfr-fitl. l iiro cents at IriTf rlata; try
iiiHi1. nvieU'ied. b0 rt. KLY BKOTHJtHB,
5S Warren Street. New Yrk aprlftdwly
TYLER DESKS-200 New Styles.
i TYLER ROYAL TTPE WKITEK CABnrTB, TA
BLES', CHAIRS, BOOK CASES, o. , at RaduMa Umm
and Special Discount. Cataloftc for 1890 bow raady.
130 pagi . illustrated. Book fra ; Poataya 10a,
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
rB-1u.lled for StyK Qaallty u. Prttt Tflaitrato ta Mm
A prrliK't wc-li of Arti I uO pagr. Bok Tr pMtt Ik 4a
TYLEK DESK CO., ST. LOT18, MO., VXJ
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