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ITSTDETElSrDTiljSrT 1 1ST ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, DECEMBER 4 is'iu.
' twvasrrj nrtS P0 Pia " 3 -n't)
-Vuwdeui parno $ ;- soti:oq
oanrt pmjarwi, jo ,taj p.ju v;u.- js w
XTHM pooqprnp uiojj porunej; j
"pooS Acre atn op oi p
jo arnoq jm pqb oh mm rra- nra
. ptrno. pamo pro aq: AOjq 3ai
lot no vao Srryssaq wTOStrnui b pvti j
Itbaprmaner!UvHrtl thoi oanti
of tm pronourJ fc doctcxa lir.rvo
yoo haV9 prpmoiut.Tv -'irry-totna,
rach.M tVLtl; niBVuHv of
Brwuliln, Ac, Uon t ile!,-.-, . i ;1- n-e
Piscys CURE for rONf f cn.iv
tamditly. By lnnjgKst. -i .-ents.
Tbs jBsnvsriibf Policy
I i ssMTT TTMV TT' -i
' Tk CooreTtible Pu.'icy ij?ued by
r' 7et.-e ot tte
" Cowtpe.-wrtVfcii thu s of s putrr-
CtliftJ Cttsh Srrrndtr ra.'ua. which
; wi.l b pnid iUjj i:t- rmojwi
. - cxrtoiaui bf7 :li vih'. it demanded.
'Eir PvJiej it: -m J upon it aljority
- ui wtirn ia p.iiu r;u:ce ;no Cf-
i- WTT ,j r'fy b Ua couip-tny.
lt tfbsicgr,. Csn turrender vlue.
ti t.ikgi AraoaDt tbat may be bcr-
- -. (r.-vito.-s -h? coccpaoT on tbe rol-
. . Mti. Eitodd ic?at&cc- for full
aawast of it)9 po!k7-.
4th opllofl. Paid p poiicy value.
JJa-9 t,5e ' 3 ' 't'C1"1 t b
.v.- Ery- doliax paij pu ilol.'&r't
. tS oInjrtc.
Nctiow by lapse.
. O lD.T.riaRAWAV, tffni.
. . .- Btelihy trOCJ? b:we-n foarteo
. K Catarrh
rRCiM nil m
-TOY the cusn'" PEVE R
" A. fwUI la SppiVd rnto each n.-wml UJ
' la acrvMbi. Prle SO cent Dmarrtata: br
. " ranavrd. 0 eta. EL.Y EBorUB8.
M Warns BVrl. flw York apviMvly
. , Bifil stun.?
JO HIT H. CFJLBTXIE5 & CC
Founders sjid ilachlnieta
KaaBfactsren ar i Dflor-
c mm if'?
BalUtt,! MXLStlJ Bl!r.
at f iii K&miB a cvi-afi y xc li.Mt
Wtlb pmmylnm ,
SO rapl of aU kiad
We vtD b clad to g-. t a '. -tb
anr a as tpvion or r '
W arr' "lrrh .i p
laaSt. Alao for U. A A. i -. . -
kcwtatf Uxlaau-aetlbl M.ca a. . s
We Kfr aaHxetorr iroi-: . - '
It"" and Americ
qualiUee of material .
Orders solicited ar.J
attentioa, with satU'-.
Q. E. Mn.r.ra U d
and ALZX. FlZLDS rrv
K : n toe ,
K. R. JOKE
C3!TOr3:r 2ies -
Loriilard 8Jid. Grii & Ax Snufi
DiV Goods & N&ticns.
II eioek and btrgt vustai
Oall and csaabM toj stock.
Berne, Is . C.
ASOTDKE edict against t h
h?.s bveu i-sued io Kusm,i.
The Yorkv ;l!e. S C. 4 Kuqui -i ' '
wis Named eT 3iiLd.:.i mornir-fj
the rk of n incendiai y.
The prompt disci pr.i-.-r rfCol.
Polk that be lavora the elec'ioii !
Mr IijgulN is v-rv gi nti' :-iZ-
Fsencii lio-'ility to Grrii any i
shown iu Ui refusal to allow tt.o
i m pr-rtat ion of Dr. Koch's lymph
Several Generals of the Nr
them A'tnv have c ingra' ula'p'l
Gordon on hi- election.
The Biitiah r.irhimenr mt-t in
se-sioi) Tnei,,ij, and th U.
S. Congress will meet nex' M n
hr.v Y-". II. HuBiiiTT D. D..
(leading d, em her of the N. C. Cui.
I fereuce died at Faetteville last
; The way that Kei-d and Bi.tine
' eon '. l .. oe to o.- ui'V public att ntion
is t T.onh to cm vince Mr Harrison
t'..:t 1 e is no' in Appeal a.J
ancl:e. Si tar as wo have lt-aiu..t
Th tLik-'giving Day was very gener
a'ly o'i served throughout the coun
try . Thi- is e-pecially true ntthr
i Sou h.
DaVITT his pulilisbed au app-- !
t- the Irbh people in which h
it I'-ri-ll remain.- at the h.-..o
o: !'. p i ty tnere cau oe no I)hk-
is said tbac Gt-n. John fl
of Kansas, is fo surcvi-ri
Sena'or iDgallr, and that Mr
Ir.iy i to have the tt'at of SeUnt. i
Of the forty four Srates in Mit-i
LTuiou bat twelve will have . hi i-
(f Kepiblican Rrpresema-
tivea in the Hoase in the F:f'y
Second Congress- i
Czar Reed is up in Maica try ,
iog to whet bis bu"oher knife u "n I
an iceberg, and when he appeals i
in Washington feathered and 1
painted he will raise th- hair of the
Democrats with his war jell. '
Dr. Blaine thinks he has dis
overtd a reciprocity lymph w :ch,
if properly injected into the prtfeut
tariff, will arrest the ravagt-s of
: the McKinley bacillus and probably
isavo the lite of the Rei m f)i o in
party. Post Dispatch.
When asked what the lateh
elected Congress wouhi do with
rhi tf. 1 .1,...
iur i..u, -u.. nv C(...Cu. IUl
euner au entirely new law win re
enacted or the McKinley bill will
be taken np piece by
modified and amended.
v ' :
f h r An rr nn) f Vi pn r U t d- r n n rw- s r '
Democratic on National issues tuuu ;
on any others. Its vote for Nation
al "Democratic nominees in the next ,
Electoral College ia as well assured
aa a preceding overwhelming n
j pression of sentiment through th?
j ballot box can make it. N. Y
J When i he dependent pent-ion
bill was before CongTess its friend
I claimed that not more than 300 000
cases would arisejinder it. It hat
beea in force scarcely Ave months
i and the claims already filed nam
-brr about 540.000. The yearly cost
! of the measure was placd at U'.-.-
than .40 OCR) 000 and it is uwx
evident that the coit w;li f xj ed
UNDER Mississippi's low ton
AMUitton, which has alreads pont
into tfffct, it is calcnlated that the
nuauber of white vofers in the
.State will be reduced fiom 1 18 (K'O
to 107.000 and the negro vote from
' 189 000 to GO 000, by the operations
j of. the clauses restricting the ngln
. of seffrage to those who cau read
any sec'ion of the Constitution, or
w Miall be at e to unders'an.1
. the same when it is read to tu-m
or give a reasonable : .'i r: i r' .tt r.
The New York Star sa; '-Th?
delicate shading of the tami.u
p-achbiow va.e is, we are told, to
ontdone ia the highly aruciie
blending of kindred tints in tLe
nt w decora' iocs ot t he Blue Room
at the Whue House. This t-.tuti
tul i i l : i -1 r ; : o :i of JrLTi-r?ouin siw
plicity is to oe executed at tie
tridiiig cot ot 312 000 lor thr en
tire room. General Jairbua cn-n a
o le r malatiag President Aithur
tr. ' ufi: g ;!.; Ext-cutiv? m
in LiC- order for a Democ:a"c .-tic-ofM
r. Drinociatic Piesidfnis .ire
''i- Iian. ; ered u old fa-h-MTu,.i?.s
lubl.c 0..l:? ., ., Ijly ,,r
A 11mS KK. Va., dl-..at
j . i !'.; Mm. ' ! I a
w:.r L'i u i'. . ji-ii.vr. a
w 1) ' i" a ll"..- I . : e i ! w ;
fn ni !--i - ih. N . ( '
i!. . ' :. ' hs i t;.)
'Led T a e s
' i idee I
i hand-i tin-
d tii: lr. to i.n
m oi i'lr P. '. ' a k c n 'v ! ; l
tent. Shr ru '.de ..!.
attempt t:i the sjiii
woman and hsd l-t-r: man
Soeneer aont three mmh.
first husband, uccrnlmj to her
statement, wm Capta.n In-n sou of
Norfolk, a seafaring man. A nuv
trom her to Spencer indicates thai
ijealousy led her to commit the
DisTRtTTivE floods in Germany
Parnell is hadly tangled. A
mHj .iry of the ParoelliteB favor
his resignation ot the leadership.
Hkports irom the Indian fron
..hicting. Some eay that
i s m re disbanding, others
re on thf Wjr-Datb.
n ! 11.11
sav ; h'
1 uot hssoK kuru nas ieu , " m luoiveiiuumaua iuiuuuicu:U . ucmaDuea oy ine powueai situa- j 0f tha Fair and ttu
aci. n f i-r.. nt extortionate J by the people and reform their tiou. I of premiums offered or. r.,c sr :
i-mic- lt-iug mail.' for the treat-' methods, or will they be maddened j North Carolina, always patriotic I 'hn was ever offered bf.ru
...itients b bis methods.
for t he immediate
ess m Western Ire -
I ; ouj t lit- I allure of the
have kimwu tn.uiy persons
o ardebt spirits who
ibf whole course of their
l). Bn.j. Kuf.k.
S ..toriai contest iu Ala
iM.t u'! rndt-d. The vote
Lu..d.i was Pugh 44; Kolb
. lS; Watts 14. In the
' I'.llowrd Pugh received
"aw . :
O . I .i - ;
C .1 hi" J
; U .o S3; Watts 13; Seay 27.
L-h.'.ilian warbhips arrived at
v V kfn Wednesday and were
i -vi.li national honors.
. , . f-coned by the York-
'h'kiu, and Fort !
ii .t it;H 1
i. . , i, u.a Lastie imam
Iuk UicihuoimI Dispatch, of the
2 Co air.-. LO Us IU mODtaiugOD
a w. i . tne de.ith of Henry K.
hi, -mi 1 1 in- o t the founders and
pr, 1 1- ei ot that paper. He was
a ...fciii; "i.ijurtd cit izen and died
re(. 1 1 d n all.
ears ago the annual meet-1
ih.- Kmyhts of Labor was
... i' . -t important features j
in u.e i. -:api.T8. ine barest
-:apLTs. i.ne barest
mt-D . u i.s nude of the present
mreiing. Too many stnk.es and
too u.Lch politics did it.
TiLE r araiers' Allianco are de
te: imt.f-d to make war upon sec
tionalism and its advocates
win-lev i r Lit v may show their
heaus. Iu ibis, at least, the Farm
ers' Alii mrt-s deserve the support
of ujoiirfaie men of all parties.
It i . a Krl(us thing to be on
tf nghi stoe, to know that one's
w .li-.icu (iod, and to walk in
! partis ot i ighteousness, upheld by
; the t.nth ot Christ and the power
of Gd. The Lord stands by the
1 meu who are content to stand with
hlDi t0UKh (bey 8tand a,one
) The Washington Star exclaims:
By the shades of Jackson, will it
neve.r end T Muaicipal elections
Dover, O-, and
Provi lence, R. I., indicate further
Deiiji'cra'ic gains.'' "Never, no
nt-vr-r. hardly ever,7' until Repnbli-
cm mioiule becomes impossible.
President Haeeisoh's mess
age should be very short, recog
niziue Pr ividence and expref ting
n'atiiud? Simething like this:
G i moves in a misterious way,
His wonders to perform; He plants
his footsteps on the1 sea and ridea
ujH.u the sorm.' "Let us be
tbaiiklol that the storm has passed
and e are alive."
There is an effort in North'
Carolina to use the Farmers' Alli
ance to deleat the re-election of
Senator Vance. North Carolina
has no Democrat so experienced in
National legislation as Senator
Vauee Beside that, he is among
the ujost p ipular of the Southern
Senators. Chicago Inter-States.
We have before na the North
Caroliua University Magarine, No.
ii. N-w series. Vol. 10. It is a
jewel. The first article is by John
S. Loi ... LL. D , on "The Chair of
Ui-ior t the University," and
is ieiu..rkaOl. strong even for this
d is. 1 1 guishrd writer. Get the
m-iszine; it will richlv repav a
Se.natou Hamiton's fondnesa
for hunting is known of all men.
O . ednesday he was accidentally
sb"t t his son McDuffee Hamp
.on, while ont gunning on his
favorite nunting grounds in Wash
ington Co. Miss. His injuries ars
d -r b eived to be serious. The
a. ciurii' happened in the same
loea it iu ii ihe Senator a few
n ,- (.., go i .-r one of his legs. j
(ii.Nt.EAi, Gordon has given
the o-"mg to th? press: To the
n I m my friends generally
Li.im:ir Georgia and other
8 who have so faithfully, so
line ! i nd so unselfishly labored
t i ri -i. rrioii, ,;nd to my friends
in i. I., .-'.atiiie. both in and out
o . 1 : Li- . who to heroically
' - "od me in there
he i' i.
el.-. : :
o i ii contest, and to
itu-udu in this State
i'h ;; the Union, who by
na. 'eriprs, tir public demon-
m h i . i-Mgnilied their grti-
ii.it the retok of the recent
I -ish to return tbroaeb
-ish to retnrn tbroogh
pres my heartfelt
r- t 11
.1 to givt-
..i. e'i- aiii.recirttiou. The me-
i t ui-ikuiji my grateful
... iieii,eut seoiiis appro-
tieriti-f these testimonial
tendons bo spontaneool
inieroun. John B. Gordon,
I. near Ailauta. Not.
K i k ii
Congress met last Monday,
Many are carious to know what it
will do. A great change has come
over the country since the adjourn-
ment. The leading measures of.
the Republican majority have been
- : condemned, and a Congress elected
that is overwhelmingly Demo-
i oratio. What then will the closing
! BeHinn nf thfl Slat ConffrPSS dO f
i ., . .
by defeat and go to the extreme
!,imlt of nsnrpation and tyranny 1
1 88 to the answer to the enquiry,
j x:puoiican memix;ra mruion. i n
are not agreed as to the course
to be pnrsaed. Some theie are
who believe that the warning will
be heeded and an effort made to
Conciliate the people, bat the
weight of opinion seems to be that
"ouward" will be the watchword,
and no halt will be made in the
mad rush toward centralization
If tLis latter conclusion is the
oorrect one, the Force bill will pass.
It will be the only hope of retain
ing power. Tie the hands of the
South and she will be impotent in
1890. The Foroa bill disposed of,
and then come np the Apportion
This bill promises to be
the bupreme iniqaityof the ages.
Taking the Porter census as a
basis, it Is proposed to redistriot
the whole Union in the interest of
the Republican party. All pat
gerrymandering ia to be surpassed,
even as the Mosaic deluge tar j
passes an April shower, and then, I
when the day of election comes,
the Force bill is to be applied to
the Southern States, and the
triumph of Republic tnlsm nshered
in amut savage yells ana oaiDaric
If thin is the design, it Is but a
madman's dream. If Reed, Mc
Kinley, Harrison, go farther they
will bare their necks for the
slaughter. The vote on the 4th of
November voiced the sentiments
of America, and woe to the man
who disregards it. Let the Repab
lican party go on in the path that
is marked oat for it, and that once
great party will become as the dnst
of the balances.
The Force bill and the Appropria
tion bill having been disposed of,
what then will receive the attention
of Congress! Pensions, pensions,
pensions ! and afterwards will come
the skirmishing preliminary to the
great battle of 1892 ; and here is
where the danger lies. Let them
pass their Force bill and their Ap
portionment bill, aod, if the Demo
crats make no blunders in the
present Congress, the country will
be redeemed in 1892.
No Demcxat can afford to lay
aside his manhood in the present
Congresf, bat there should be no
vain boasting; no threats of vin
dictive retribution. A resolute
purpose to proceed with the legiti
mate business of the country and
to maintain the liberties and rights
of the people will fortify the Demo
cratio position and render it im
pregnable. THE SOUTH IX 10NUBESS
There is no question that the
leadership of the Democratic party
in Congress is in its Southern mem
bers. In the Senate Gorman, oi
Maryland; Carlisle, of Kentucky;
Daniel, ol Virginia; Vance, of
North Carolina ; Morgan, of Ala
bama, and Coke, ot Texas, stand
in the front rank of statesmen. In
the House, Crisp, of Georgia ;
Breckenridge, of Kentucky ; Hen
derson, of North Carolina; Mills,
of Texas, and Breckenridge, of Ar
kansas, are the peers of the fore
most in all that constitute the true
representatives of a virtuous and
gallant people. On the score of
capacity Soathern Democrats are
entitled to leadership in Cou
gress. But there Is each a thing as ex
pediency. We are not of those
who believe that Southern men
should perpetually wear the badge
of the conquered. They and their
fathers have exemplified the highest
manhood and are entitled to the
respect and confidence of mankind.
'All things are lawful, but all
things are not expedient." While
we shall always insist upon equal
rights, in oar judgment the time
has come when Southern members
of Congress should display a com
mendable modesty and moderation,
and in every way possible cheer
and strengthen the men of the
West who have recently brought
their States into the Democratic
Now a majority of tne Deuio
cratic members of CougregM are
from the Sontb, bat when the next
Congress assembles a majority of
them will oe from the North and
tne et A Democratic Speaker
! from a district north of Mason aod
i Dixon's line would so very far
j towards remoTiujr sectionalism from j
natioaal politics, and wonld near ral i
t it in the great presidential con
test of 1892.
1 test Of 1892.
irisp, Mills, ana tfrecfceuriUfce
j are worthy of tbe highest honors
I and woold adorn tbe Speaker's
i chair, bat they would be equally
, useful upou the floor ol the House,
and they are patriotic enough to be
; satisfied with the honors conferred
upon them by their respective
The South, in the remaining
sesion of the present Congress
and all through the 52d Congress,
will have a splendid opportunity
f,,r displaying the high qualities of
nnnrarra unrl mntaratinn an 1 1
. - -
and conservative, will do her part
; iu seenrinr the political alliance of
j iDg ,,eace, security and happiness
lo lDe wnoie U nion.
j OI cw;'.D
Bmuop J .hn W. Beck with, ooe of the
I prominent divines of the EpioopaI
Church, whose dioce e covered the en
tire 3Late of Oeorgia, died suddenly at
: his home in Atlanta last Sunday, at the
I age of sixty year.
Bidbop Btckwith was noted for his
powerful sermons and impressive pulpit
oratory ; he had a grand voice and ex
traordinary elocutionary powers, which
by carefal training bad been brought to
a rare degr e of perfection.
Be was the son of Dr. John Deck with,
who moved from Poughkeepsie, New
York, to New Berne, and lived here for
maoj jeara, marrying while here Miss
Margaret SianJy, daughter o Mr. John
Wright Stanly. Thus it will be seen
that be is descended from one of the
most illustrious families of the State,
being a grandson of the distinguished
gentleman just alluded to, and a
nephew of the renowned Hon. John
Stanly. He bad deolared bis Intention
of revisiting New Berne at the time of
our next annual Fair, and but for his
death he would doubtless have done so.
The only living relatives he has left in
this city are bis cousinv, Mrs. C. C
Clark and Mrs. E. F. Dillingham and
Some time after his marriage Dr.
B.-ekwith moved to Rileigh and Buhop
B-ckwito was born there, Febiuary 9,
lSSl, and tired there during his boy
hood Q)i, being well remsmbertd by
the older inhabitants of that city.
We are indebted to the Raleigh News
una O 'strver for the following addi
"Hu graduated at Trinity College,
Hartford, in 1852, and was ordained
priest in 1855. liiH first work was in
North Carol il. a.
"He taught school at "Waahiagton,
and be was etutioiied at WndesDoro.
He however wa called to Aoiie Arun
del county, Maryland, where be re
mained until the outbreak of "the war,
wbeu ho eot to Mississippi, and thence
to ue.uopom, Alabama. At the close
of Cfae war he was called to the rector
ship oi Trinity Church, New Orleans,
od while tbore was elected Bishop of
Georgia., and was conseorated in St.
John's Church Savannah, in April,
1868 Buhop Beck with was early in
hie life noted as a reader. He read
with a fine voice and splendid enun
ciation. As he grew older, his mind
broadened and he took a high stand for
the soundness of hi views and the elo
quence of hia discourse. He travelled
raucn at the Nort in the interest of his
diooeae, and wherever he preached the
ohorchea were filled with persons eager
to hear the divine eo famous tor his elo
quence and elegant diotion and man
ners. He was a great worker and he
did a great work for bis ohurch in
Georgia Qe was a man of fine person,
with a massive forehead, piercing eye
and flowing beard. He waa at More
head Last summer, and on his way home
he stoppei a few hours atRslalgh.
"He suffered from an abaoess in his
face that made his appearance about a
month ago. aod which required a surgi
cal operation to be performed last week.
This was successfully performed and
be was apparently better and no danger
was apprehended from that. But on
Saturday he was stricken with paral
ysis, from which he never rallie i, and
died on Sunday. "
A TEX-YEAR-OLD QUEEN.
LITTLE WILHKLMINX 8UOCKEDS TO THE
THBONK Or THE M ETH KBL A.N DS .
Thb HaOL'E, November 37. Qaeen
Reftent Fmma h as issued m proclama
tion declaring; Prinos Wiihelmina
Qusen of the Netherlands. The Queen
KegeDt says: "May her throne find
aid support in tbe fidelity and devotion
of ber people. I accept the regency
during ber minority, confiding in God
and praying tbat my task shall be ful
filled aa to assure tbe welfare of the
country and the consolidation of the
Tne area of tbe Kingdom of Holland
is 12,648 square miles, just 430 square
miles more than Maryland, and the
population about 4,500,000. Suffrage
is Kvn to all male oitissas fewenty-
tbree years of age wbo pay ten guilders
(soout $4) in taxes on real estate or a
personal tax of a similar amount. The
States General, as national legislation
is called, consists of a chamber of fifty
members, elected by tbe provincial
btates for nine years, one-third retiring
every tbree years, and a second cham
ber of 140 deputies, elected directly by
tbe people (or four years. In case
there is no legal heir tbe King oan ap
point bis successor, with the consent of
a specially eleoted Legislature, and if
be dies without an heir being nomi
nated the States General, consisting of
twice tbe usual number of members,
eleots a king by a joint vote of both
LATE FOREIGN HEWS.
THE DISTEK88 IN IKKLAND PROF, KOCH
WILL PRKVBNT BXCK&8IT1 CHAKOBS.
DUBLIif. Nor. 28. The people of
Ssriaeiord, County Mayo, are greatly
disappointed over the refusal of tbe
grano jury to guarantee even one penny
to assist la Carrying out Balfour's plan
io buiid a railroad from Colooney to
Crowds of people throughout tbe dis
tressed district are demanding work
from priests and poor law guardians.
It is admitted by tbe authorities that
within tbree weeks many people in
Swineford district will be without food
of any kind Delegates have started
for London to urge upon the govern-
ment th necessity of taking steps for
tb.- alleviation of the distress
, bEHLlN Nov. 26 Prof. Koch has
taken cti n to prevent extorionate
icnarg.s Deinn maueior lUBnouviucuvu.
paiieiw o? nm ratanuu. I hou,e, and ROt his gun and erj. ren
Dublin Nov. 26 Tbe Express says AnrJrpwB to iavo .which the Ur.r re
that tnea-uree adopted by the govern-. fu9eJ lo do and neii(l curfc,i Cr.x "I.e.
ment to relieve the'distress in the west- j then (ihot at Andrf.ws but mis? d. Al -ern
part of Ireland, truing from thedr(jwg conUnued t. ctire x. ' h
failure of the potato crop will be put ghot ftt bitn- titling him tbU ti.i.. si;i
into operation before Christmas. 'Andrews went down ia U.v r. .-: Ii"-'
. 7. " '., ,, ! lowing murier
Another Failure. ! Xhe above facts, v. e aret'-e1. e . i ,. ;v t
DCLCTd. Mmn.. Nov. 26. Rell Sc. fct an investigation before J.i?t:.; ? lia:.:
E voter, private bnkers, suspsoned to
- day Liabilities 715 000, mati $1,200
I 000 Tbe banks officers were on me
Tbe bank's officers were on the
, honns of Forestall Bros., big St. faul
. 0 who faied , short time
ago, and this led to distrust that weak
ened the credit of the bank and made it
impossible to secure ready cash to meet
Gst Rea-Jy f.r the iair
Not a wot-k pasira do v. iil.i t!.,
Fairground race track t r'.v l.rcul.t
into use by those oLic' f.ft hjtmr
harini friend ly coutci s f i'fH i -l ar. i
prasticing for the race-, t, m.,- jT
during the Fair Y.-sttrd.-iy rncrclfg
the track was occupied bj 11 - r . J.
W. Stewart, W. C. Wilhtt cnl ;. N.
Ive, aod Borae irs'en stir- tri .1 f
speed and skillful handii2 A ! -: ct
were witneExi.- v thr-'.c pr.j- r.
mcmoer mere w e r.,
Fair lD ttie State. They
r ' winnna? nn M il.
treft h .r, :- .
j flfty.two pound pjmpk
in l h l i j ci-
ing to take good csro A uii J - .-. :.; . .
Mre. S F. Scanly j -vt j u ; -a
beuuliful Japanese p - it iuirnov. ; i
by Dr. W. J. MjtHfcrJ. of V;;r,; r
Onslow county, that mrsiurc? !l v
quarters of a foot in circumfe.---;; -.
The tree ia said to b- hi oJ with ia:i
equal to this (specimen, aui sr. mo I
larger. Dr. M.intfjrt cnhc b .- n'l
means to pick out a tami tr of t:i .-e
persimxons and put tr.e :: c.:.f..i';.
away for the Fair.
Are cur farmers and o;hi i :
they can ia the way of ruvira; ix .it; .
for Ihb Fair? How often, ft., a vi3 ;oi
is making his inspection of what U at u
Fair, do we hear the fctitemeat made.
"Why. I could have e.howa eonifcthit;
mat would have burpas?ed what tl.ey
have got in a certain line."' Reader,
baa that evr been th-3 css wi;hou'r
If so we hope for better thing3 from
you next time. Think of thy Fair ri.;ht
now; keep it in mind and get tOi.;etr:er
every thing ou can th't will r.elp to
make it interesting
Exhibit something at the Fair, even ii
you cannot show much. I: will be ;
credit to yo i to take thit ouch interest,
and will be of bentfii to the Fair and
will help that raich to bring this sec
tion into notice. Oompi.'teijt jailgca tire
giving us the credit of b&ir tl.o beet
Fair in the State, aad k-t u- ,14 -.in fuliy
susUia that reputation
Greater preparations ate L.tir; n.de
for the comiog Fair trijn ffji mUo fjr
any of its predecessors, the railroads
have given us better rates th.in over
before onlv one cent mili and the
Fair is to be extensively advertised.
The managers have authorized the
issuing of a special illustrated edition
of tbe Weekly Journal of five thou
sand c-pies. and (is thousand ehosvy
display circulars of three niz s. ech one
handsomely illustrate! and printed in
teu different colors have beei. or del ed
from Cincinnati and v.illba ustJ in
every town iu the State. Th eV.3 for
store wiodowa ia 15x40 inches, find the
ones for publio resorts hotels, poet
offices, etj. measures 83x69. which is
the largest that could be procured. The
premium list is in tho hands ot" the
printers and will bo ready in ab ,;ut ten
We may safely couut on a trc-mea-dous
throng of visitors, and let us bend
every energy to show them something
worthy of tbe Athens of North Carolina.
Carteret County Items-
Carteret is a great one fr rai.iae hCe
horses and ponies.
Curtis Taylor sold a fine res re posy
last week to Mr. G. W. Smith of Ons
low for 5150.
Mr. Furny Taylor has j a. t finihr J hi3
new dwelling near his father, on tbe
sound, and it is a model house.
Br. J. W. Sanders leads in fine Logs
we believe. He pens bis boss the jtor
round, starts them on melotis in tbe
summer and never lets them get poor.
Mr. B. F. Taylor haa pome of thalarg
est short leaf pine timber in the county
we reckon ; some of there logs meaenr.
4 ft. iu diameter, 40 ft. from the
Mrs. M. Frescctt i scd mcther cf the
wife of our esteemed county man and
successful farmer Mr. J. M. Thomaa ;
died last week at the advanced age of
80 yrs. She was a good woman.
Billy Ball has a mare and colt that ho
says be thinks of carrying to tho Xtw
Berne Fair. They are both very tine
stock, the mare makes a mile on dirt
road inside of three minutes with heavy
buggy. The colt is the prettiest animal
we have seen in the county.
Our people are getting interested in
the railroad business. Tbe citizens,
will meet at Stella on iha4 .h inct. en
masse to show why the railroad should
go by Stella instead of another route,
we understand that Capt. Terry will
guarantee 850,000 worth of freight per.
year to the road provided it will tap
Two deaths in Oaslow last week
Mr. W. I. Giilet a highly esteemed
young man on New river, died with
consumption aged about 23 yrs : he
leaves a young wife and one child.
The other death was an old colored man
named Holiday Sanderp, a former tlive
of the late Col. J. N. Senders and prob
ably the oldest man in the county, and
perhaps in the state, he was known to
have been 107 years old and might have
been some older.
We have had a terrible fire the past
week in our community, in which sev
eral thousand dollars in property were
oonaumed. The principal sufferers
were. Messrs. Alex Dennis, Shepard
Bell, Jaa. Picket. Cicero Parker, and
Jno. Taylor. Others suffered, losses
not.known. Mr. Bell lost his statles ana
barn, Eli Sdndera and S. J. Sacde s like
to have lost their dwelling houses It
was very dry and the flames leaped up
wards like lightning seemingly to the
height of several hundred feet, catchine
a distance of a half mile away. Turpen
tine ani turpentine trees were the prin
Shootinir Scrape In Jones County.
Early M'-nday morning Mr. Cha3.
Andrews went into the yard of Mr.
James Cox, in the upper edge of Jones
county, near Bonus post-office, while
Mr. Cox was cu ting wood. A dispute
arose and Ai dr iws called Cox a d lie.
Cox ordereo A ldrewa out of his yard
Andrews attacked Cox and got the axe
from the latter and tri.jd to cut him
with it. but Cox dodged the bl-w. An
drews father was present ar.il got i. o
I of his son and pushed 'him ou' ot the
i yard While in th? public ro. d ti...j.
i Andrews acsin cursed ii an 1 dr-.-
. 0iirt roun(1 Bt him fjoxwen' in t i
- ! iiton Monday evenici: at Locus.
Both parties were coun-1 over t. ... '"
i .rm 0f court in eum-i c-f -GO ra.
i term of COUrt m rann
Onlv a few b rd t-h
drews and he -ea not
KinBton Free Prei-s.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cascoria.
. I "lie. ii l!irli;;i::. N. ( ,
j. a ii:nij (.in and i
I .11 cd in !tic!ini')ihl.
J V t. . N.JVcIlilKT -J.--Jdt.JLll
i..f Durh.ii:i. N. I'., was ;;-
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t; r .
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: , 'a ho wo r l .i
i:i ivliif li et b
:. pi . . e-i a ti
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: iiciiini-t .
; ,n rent
i ir p Mond-iv and
-r. ii-t:,t ,' Jkitel as
irn. 1. ...( "' l.i!h i,f them.
ny t': it th'-y hivf tie 11
.v, 1: adn.it that he h.-n de
virinc of the gill. I: wan
at. ii t- iv. t.'i.-y left Dur
' '.? p-- II'.- !' riilv h-arr.ed
a n .-1
a .id her
.. e ::e M t
r;U! hi- f trn.ly
.- .:f 1 h" runs
j e-l T;:e p.;r
a ! 1 at: .i v i f e.
. Lowe; i.; con
nialt -r. Los e
i pp"i;d ir.g the
. r; 1 i i
An o flicer
.0 :-.c;e t
r r . j '.v .
( eiit. iinia!
1. 1; ur
1 i" V a -hi 11 iri 011 s I n
in al ion.
t'- 1 c-.u-L-i.. .'. Cclebra
'. 1:. ciursi i 0:1 is to
ri:y r.v .';.-trt'tie V.
v. Cil . v
; ' - ) 1 i.-uifl way.
a v. ;- . r.-tary
t e. iehr.iii.jn,
..nrt.-s under the
' i:; th- rrj e.f the '
iro: i.-,r. : timothy
J h:,r-Lcii, and
:.!ar.t of the- w
:' -' .;e can
1 ar..I the pr.'Ss
r-.i.'a'i -:i to thif
a . 1 ; .1
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foiIo-A iii-r fr-jin N
d w o .'
; - -. ... in it out
h .ia,: r,-j
:r . ; : 1 ru. r, -; io '
t .1 Na'iil t!i';ie
: f.,r the
!;. y r nr
;ry of the
: u t; t a i n h
.' .. r
ar.a if a
1 v. o;th cf
!. a- been
y i ,'icct
: lire, has
.. and last
rin - li-iv:'
iiirt ce.-,; ,
ulde.-t i .il l
ji.iii of u
I! '. .1
pel ienctd . n
foil r - ;-.
on the lire.j. ;.
who can f- v.
tb its wor!:.
e.-.-. in I. D.
::C eix men
Sr J- a:.. X. I; , ,
Hy tai . iaoriKi,
ar;t c-. 1
't re' r j seriously
ia- r.ot expected to
live, r.-otu u-hat e n t-cl learned the
boilerH wtro jw ar.d water was turned
on wiia t!u"
;t the boilers ex
plodej. Urje boii. r tr.t through the ,
end of the mill to Lny. a distant or e..
ouo ,eei. -Lie oiaer tanueu on l ;'.-
:w'",J w.,......,,. v..- w uL i
into me ouiiuiiiK a lew moments oeiore
the expiot-ion to die himself, climbing
on top of the hoil.-.-i. He was carried
w i:!i the boiler that wen I into the bay
and as t-'-rn to piee ..-. Th mill was
A V( i y Poor Miovtiii.
.i.. e July 19. h tho eutkio from the
I'i.i - ti Stales TresHury has been
?17 J O'jO O'.-O, or h'O t-tij (AO :a excess of
thi rec- ipr.-i. Of thu umnzinff excess
v-Vi 0 .o: 0 v. et t for pt cpions and
0; :. . -i.'O iu u.:5v r.--ten for the pur-ch-i
of silver. Thr. -rl'Jj GOO, CIO went
to Wail street in the purchase of bonds
to ease the icsatiahle market. The
trea.-ury is reduced to rmall change
vvi.h, ut appreciably improving the
iirari :iai eituition. 'i htf curj.his is gone
and tuits are heavier. All because
t .'. r,-r :-s. at it-; l-it s'hei.ia, wa-t domi
cat .1 hy srre; dy private intereets.
li.ii; :u "..re Sjti.
Ji. ('. A. UwA hougs.
. v. c likCiien c-f -.:.creti music fur
e-!. compo-tii ana arranged by
Dr. J 1
lor V. ;
A. .U-.etif.y. It contains
i :.Ieetiorj3 for male voice
i r ri . supplemented with a
ce:ti'rihte t-1 . meu t it y dpartuaet, pre
pari J expressly lor men's voices. A
car. fal i xarriiuatien of this new book
williliD-v that it 15 excellently written
and of moderate nifiiju'ty. Mailed
p'jH-tpsi i fer 2 cents.
Tin: S. I'-itAiXAhoV .ctO- Co .
1 1 " i'c i -T Waoarh Ave . (Jhicijo. It!.
ibirtio Severe frosts
w falls tire reported
Fili 1 h e ivy sr.o ?
has fallen t) ;i c i ;
railway 1 1 n - s in A
Ku-.i i have been c
s-,i--piil oper.-.li .;.
fal.s of tsaow.
Li rai is the snow
:i oi s.r. -rai niciifs.
r . .(.
s.r." rai mcnes
o!;ia .-.:i"V Southern
j t n irtiallv
ji.' oi r.eavj
The Fiiyt-l!; viil Cot ion Seed Cil Mills
I "AYi-.TTLviLLi:. N. C. Nov. 23. Tbe
Faj etteville cotton seed oil mills were
i burned tonight at 7 o'clock. Tho main
building, with the tnachinery and hd
immecsi lot of cake, were totally de
stroyed. The lods is about $12,000 to
13.000. with about C-7.500 insurance.
l'rcat !i. r I'itses
". N'. C. C5. Uev. J. W.
ii ci "i t i n'elock this after-
Hp-. in -r.ii
fcr his -: e
a loeai mi;
ii; 1 u i
w,.; Er.ii'vn '-.na estetmea
y ami usefulness. Ho was
r of the Methodist church
:. i.d vanced in years.
I lie Sjii ;r.
Jp.c. b.--. ti
ii in IialeiL'li.
C , November 21 Dr.
purcti-.ser or tr.e iCaleign
street car Kyetera, arrive t today from
Chicago, lie has decided lo use tbe
Spraceie-iiiO'.or system and to operate
t. n ti. :!i a cf track, giving cars four
minims' head way on business streets.
,'ovel A ii ii o;
v f m t.-
ie- iill II -..
: oi: ;!i ': e'oni
. irm.ir ...r.ie Sou
,ii r. re ni. nl j of
;.t xt t ii 'ri
v . n i r
I-1 e ;
at-, -.1 X' i ei.
ii:i'..n i-. air.
' :: i:
enjoy its weekly vi-it.
We i rj. s i,.y m -rriiri,-vVoif.-.'i.;.
:i h. Tin- .'
res'jn;ed . but i-ndi-d o
ll).-' j.'.rt of the
plaintilT flit.-; iu n :i .n . -u.t
Olh. r c ;' - u;. a f..'l , .-. h .
J . V. M i r.i.iiiinj u"i "i ; h i
3 ll-jou : (!"! guilty: j ij-,-.- ..t
pcndi .i vii i'.yiiiMit of o t
8 Co.'. ;t.l. i.i-r in i u u, a KJ'i.ll'ii
s lionu ; u ih j
h I J.le
e ihI .
) -ii.ii d en piymei.t of e'-t.
(',-.. .r. Du ll. . a. and
guilty; fined fi rp .1 ol 1 h rn an
..irr : 1
(' ! I .
I. .vi: !
f. i-. :.-
1 v uh
1 vey 1. 11 1
i-.tr. : i,. .
w i.h r.,t.
' v) ra i ) 1 r
Arson N ;i
1 1 i c'Oi : i
u 1 : 1
I II. Sa ith. lh r jm y
teridrre by defendant. J n
:Un-A 1. 1
pen U-'. 011 payment of cee-t.
Tho i. Va-.l hr.d S; p'tu dUi!
to as i -t an olii '.-!- ia i.-.-ik:
nut guilty .
J . f riri. kin t .vn ,. . . -.
SUD.TlltS .."ltlj p
S A. Kuher.
iv re., t.t '
!. -.re. Lj
l 1 1 . . i i :
naiice; n..l pros
Ju.'ias Viilia:.i. thro x
the ch.y. Cane in the ha
up to koi r.g to pri s.
Court c iCiTea!'d i'tiurpd iy ire-:'
and transacted burin-ar.utha.
the day. tven if it -. a Tft-ir.k-giv
The fir: t c-'.'i
been kr pt ail
oas. Jj.-r. aft
juror c ..'a-j ,. .
guilty v,;b hi 1.
Statr- vs. il ;
State vs Vi '
It U ;
. 11 to
1 : :i;
f r. t
. '. 1 .
tea aays ia tne county j.i:.
Ste v.j. ,J II Mixh.li
wr.a atttaifi. ta e inuii
j ad gment uspe a
State vs Tho-i. (Jr.-ea
gailty; judm -u: !,u.pii
Stata vs. E.iii.ii::' '. 1
j idgrne.-H ell .?) 1 1 j i .
State vj Ecoarjal C.-.i
, 1 V
fcur rnor.tht) in courty jail.
J. 11. ilitehei:. 1 aal r.;
guilty: one year ia th ; p tii et.it:
O. J Dad i y , ap jo.il ; d ir-.-u;ssed
Martha Uarjauiis, larcany: commi
ioners ratted h.-ave to hire out.
Case of S. S Fisher va. Wm. Cullman: I
judgment iu favor of defendant. j
After aj proving reports, t-igning I
judgments, etc., Friday marnioK. court !
adjourned for the term. '
In case of 1. Ll. Srni'.h, there wad no ,
suspension of judgment It was a nole
contendere and defendant discharged j
on paj ment of cost.
A Pleasant Lemon 1i
for bi)ijUone68 and constipation, t
For indigestion and foul stomach, tako
For sick and nervous headaches, take
For 6leeplessneos and nei vousness,
ak e Lemon Elixir.
For loss of appetite and debility, take
For fevers, chills and malaria, take
Lemon Elixir will cot fail you in any
of the above diseases, all of w hich arise
from a torpid or diseased liver, stomach,
kidneys, bowels or blood.
Prepared only by lr. II. M.-zlky, At
Ianta, Ga. j
50c. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by j
Prominent minister Writes.
After ten years of great suffering
from indigestion, with great nervous
prostration, biliousness, disordered
kidneys and conetipation, I bavn been
cured by Dr. Mozley 's Lemon Elixir,
and am now a well man.
Rkv. C. C. Davis.
Eld. M. E. Church South,
tillnovl No. 23 Tatcall st. Atlanta, Ga.
What Goes if 1
The question i3 asked daily by people
living in toivnacd country what does 1
all this mean that I see in all the news
papers and on hand bills of to many
merchants eloping cut their neck at !
-10c, 50.;. aud 67ie. on the ti.iiar of'
New Voik coct. Now ns I I . e had
considerable exp;-tit r.ce in thi: line of
businibs. I think I can explain it to,
those who do not understand in a way '
tbat they wiil be benefited. Now ia a
few words, and as short aa possible)
Thprfi is a man in town whon nama is !
. r : , , , , . '
Eig Ike. who n alwavs on tne lookout 1
for some merchant who can't pay his !
bills, and gives him from -10c. to EOr. !
and 6?io. on the dollar, that is, on a
hundred dollars' worth of goods the
highest Big Ike pays is 07jc. on the
dolUr, and on a thousand 673 00, and
the stock he has just received from
Kinston cct four thousand dollars in
New York THIS AUGUST, 1890, and
only coet Big Ike two thousand and
seven hundred dollars. Now I think
evprv well-reculated man. womsn and
child will understand this explanation
and at once see the advantage that Big
Ike has over every merchant in Eastern
Now, my friends, this id not the only i
advantage that Big Ilio has over the!
other merchants in buying: he has a
great ad vantage in saying he isthe only I
man in North Caioliua that can say NO, '
hence the credit system is 1; i 1 led . and
not one dollar's worth co- out of his!
store until paid for. The al.-'ive plainly
shows why Big Ike cn ktTurd to give
for the next 30 dmss 23 present w ith !
every one dollar's worth of cr.ois h.'ld.
Newbern. N. C. . N.av. 14 1-00.
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
1H;. .'-." uri'4 (.niiiirliira imd
Gleet in 1 to ."i I ri , without rain. ;
Prevents Ftrieture. ( ontiiitis no
nc-riil or fio; s. m.r. -- ul.t;im ch. an-l
cuarautei'd n I ol n ! '1 V liarmle--'.
I .V t ! i V - !" 1 .1 ti ll n-i
i 1 .v .! --ti:-: i t l'ri-e 1 . '
:-L' -t-t. Ill lire ol Suli-!-.
t I,.--.. ( , . 1 1.' A." I a
bit : IT IS THE BEST. fcr 33
f ... EASIEST TO USE. F
E? 'i & THE CHEAPEST. Is 33
Roth tho method and results when
-vnip of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refrephiiirr to the taste, and acts
' n ! b" yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver .-in.l J 5weU, cleausea the 8y
l' in r.'Ieetnnlly, disjiels colds, fiead
;i( hes and fevers aud cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
iily remedy of its kind ever pro
dnced, jijeasing to tlie taste and ac
ceptal.le to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effect, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
i opular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 6O0
nnd 61 bottles by all leading drug-L-i.-ia.
.Any reliable druggist who
may riot have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wi.-hcs to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
S4V FRANCISCO, C.AL.
LOUKVILLE, KY. NEW YORK. H.r
U SVi PH R EYS '
1)11. Hl MrHKEVS' MPKI IFI.TB OXC SCleDtltlcallr Uld
e.-iref ullj- iireparwl prtwcrtplloua ; used for many
vc-irn In private prnci Ire with sncoeu.and for ow
thirty )'rs used by thi- pwple. Every B Ingle Sd.
eillo Ih a npflnl cure for tho dlxeue named.
'I Ih-sh SHM-itic cure without drugging, parv
I11K or reducing the system, and arein fact and
ikiil the sovi-roitf n reiiicdien of the World.
LIl.T "r ncIN.-lPAL NOS. CVRKS. IHUCES.
j i'i'vitm, ei.iigestion. luaaiitmauon. ..
2 AVorinw, Worm Kever. Worm Colic
a rjing ( ollr, or Toethlng of Infanta
Diarrhea, of Children or Adulto
5 Oynenlery. Griping, BUlous Colic... .
O i'nolera morbus, Vomiting
7 Coughfl, Cold, Bronchlthi
c- ... ..... lUUUlKUQ.EIWIIIUie.... ?V
! II eadaeli ps. Hi. k Headache. Vertigo ,53
10 DyNpcpsia, Billons Ktomarh ,3J
Ji rMippreBned or l-alnful Periods- .
'l Whiles, too I'n.fiiw Periods .. .
13 ( roup. Cough. Difficult Breathing ... .
11 Jnlt lthculn, EryBieUtfi, Eruptlona. ,
15 Kheumatlnm, Kbeumatlo Palna .
11, j- r.er ana a bu e, emus,
17 r-lles. llttnd or Hleedlniy .
1 Catarrh, Influenza, C.lil In the Head .
'0 Whooping 'ough, Violent Cougha. ,
1 general Kehllity. Physical Weakueaa .
'7 Kidney Plse-ane
ttH Nervous Jlebility 1,
30 1 rlnn r W en k n... Wet.tlnn. Rnl. .
3 i Oiscascs oi I lie 11 cart, 1'alplLaUon 1 .0
Sold by Druggists, or sent postpaid on receipt
of r.rtc. I)b. HeMPHBETS' Manuil, (144 pages)
riolily boutui In cloth and gold, mailed free.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE OO,
Cor. William and John Streets, New Xork.
All of the above medicioea are for
8:le at the drug stores of F. 8. Do fly
and R. Berry, Middle street, New
Barne. N. C.
Stacy Adams & Co.'s
Jas. Means' Shoes.
The Diamond Shirt, all
For Ihe next 30 days we will sell a
good 75o. unlauodried shirt for 60c.,
siz ; 14 to 16i.
Full dress Pique and Saline Bosom
Shirts for SI. 25, worth 2 00
Stein, Bloch & Co.'s
Tailor Made Clothing.
A full line of Samples
from Rogers, Peet & Co.
A fit guaranteed.
A new lot of Flat Top Canvass Cov
ered Trunks, Valises and Shawl Straps.
Carpets. Oil Cloth and Rugs.
oc25 d wtf
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
f Ag ageI),,B for owners we offer for
easy and accommodatlnn t inin the
easy and aocommouaunK M-rmn iue ioiiuw
Iiik (1 escribed Improved Heal Ksutle In th
City or Nc t liern:
No. 1. rHE IKON FRONT W ARKHOUB
ON UKAVf.N HIRE KT.
No. 6. B KICK nTOHK AND DWKLUHQ
ON eKAVKN HTKKKT occupied by R. O. K.
A full doscrlptlop of this valuable proper
ty, tOKevber with the best terms upon wbloto
tne same will be sold, wlli be furnished on
application to the undersigned at their offle
t nHouth Front street.
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Two IlO'.nes aud IxilBon Craven street
A Farm at Sandy Point.
W A THO N 4 RTKKKT,
decb dwtf lus and Heal Kstale Agta.
V AID ABLE TRUCK LAND FOR SALE
About FORTY ACRKH CLEARED LAND,
situated within two miles of ths city, sulV
ble for truck raising. A great bargain.
may 16 Heal fcsu Agents.
Fine Silk Umbrellas,
In fact the Finest and Bi st (Selected
Stoak we ever carried.
Our prices are the lowest.
Call and bo convinced.
Barringtcn & Baxter.
Agents for Zeigler Bros.Shoes
UM OF PROGRESS.
Tuo T.ii hr Patent Adjustable Lad lea'
ShoeU the lt stand best improvement
in th.it hue. It requires no breaking
in is i.i"-n comfortable, and retain,
its v i. iti.-.l thnpe. It is a marvel of
S - n.pi. - inr.y be seen and ordera left
at my place of business on Craven
sir. it. t ) doors south of telegraph
otii, -. N. ARPEN,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Act Consolidated Adjustable
j-,-18 dwtf Shoe Company.
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