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Aug. 23, 1894, edition 1 /
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NEW BERNE.N .a AUGUST 25th 1894
...'. - CIl'V ANT) V INITY.
-s."." -Notice is given ihai n' dealers having
p'ayiog cards in their j ."session must list
! : , :,-CrjTen count j jail now has fourteen
viiniltes, two, of them .-.re while, slid the
.1 r.yt are colored. Among tin e.d-ired nnts
. ,- m two wnnu-n.
. 5Ir R. L. Duffy's c:indy osiiM.lishmcnt
; pwd je8prlaj,thougl) owinii to delnv in
tSe arriYid of wait .iectt-l i(..w cases
Mil-iM.i.' rsni.t fairly utider way as
J AH Ue entrie- t r ti.e Aiuust races in
Raleigh ure lull. Tliirt y hfi-ses are enter-?-The
ai0!itut ihi wet k il is t -v
fwKtea wrill be 1 i:,'er tii in ev. r b.fore.
-V--Tu; renia'ni Mr. J. Gates Crcagh ar-
nvwl on t ' i.,n train anrl were
; taken nut to i i urvin ground. Junes
etituity, Kr it rii.ont.
; -Mr. Creawh a in Ids younger tlays a
Resident of thi city. lie whs a'out 35
- years of ai;e ::. leaves a wife lut m
- -' hiklreD.
: Prof. Meii li uu ,;. h.; secured t:e ser
icesnf Mi s ur .ri M:we in tiie Art I)e
'. ' -i part meat of tin- cv Uerne Collegiate
.'y'lnstitote. An .-htr " ".t .-vllitiou to the
- : faculty.
, . .latUf iv i . tin- ten year ol.l ilaugliler
. Vf "Mr. J. r. IXtprea died yesterday of
yioid ' -Tur remains wdi be
' tirtsu top tt Kio-rtm, Hr. Dupree's old
borne, tothir f intennent.
-- X Tbecnll of Mr. V T. Cho f. r ili-se
.; dealt rs hating ii)ing cartls in their
- possession to list the naraber they have
, OQ DfUKL bs alreailv reunited in "ot
-"leTa huodreit packs being 1,1 . u .
v -'" vAtl correspondents will please remeu;
W to write only oo one side of their
. paper. The ne5siiy of sometimes
-. "diTKling a piece of opy between tw o or
mutn printers makes thia a rule tliat
--A'mld always be obse reO
v Geo. D. R 'Krt3 of the .Iocrxal
liowod as a tvaatiral apple yesterday
.raised at his hm which measured 12
inchea in cirenrn'ee. nee, an I 3i inches in
..'diameter. Appl- nre scarce this yeir
and this is the pr. '.test specimen we have
" ' aeen.
- 5. ;"Tle inany friends ot Capt. T. M.
: ; Sonthgate, of the Str. Ntwbenie are re-
. Jotcul to "see him restore;! tn perfect
... .' bealth, the opemtiou which lie recently
h-td performetl north haying proved en
- "tirelj anccewful. lie now treads th
' . ' d dJc f his ship agnin a prond aud happy
i'fTr aaaBand aa ready to crack a joke w ith a
' . ; friend as rer.
:- - 'lit. -Philip Thomas, proprietor of the
d .d New-Berne Cigar Factory, has received
an order from Wichita, Kansas, for 6.000
; of fcia "Present" brandy of cigars An in-
timaiion is giren that the firm ordering
- win want them hereafter in larger quanti
"' tTea,".W are always glad to see New
i i. B-Tue firms rrceiring orders fnm such
'-d- (igice, e
Z ';Mrasrsi. "Li E. Cleye and Joe. Rosen--f
; ; Z'Z'. hma became inrolrcd in an affray yes
f - terday and were tried . before Mayor
d . TJlrich acting as mayor. Oo the-charge
: of assault each was found guilty and
' ' judgment suspended upon payment of
' .i' oosC - On the charge of assault with a
''.-" deadly weapon (using a chair) Mr. Cleve
" was boond orer to Superior court.
. . J"r. TJ. C. Holton, of Vantlemere is
r : ' 'poken of Tor tlie office of Register of
. d Deeds of Pamlico county to fill the vacan-
y made by the death of Mr. T. D. Per
" ; 'kins- Mr. Holton bears the name of a
- good citizen ard his friends claim that
T f."v ' -. . the section of the county in which he
- ".' . Etos ia entitled to representation in the
. ""'. eonnl j offices.
T '' i--.' Circular notes on the State fair are be-
- ig sent oat by the officials which give
v - :,J I-Tery gmtifjing evidence that the people
'. - are interested and are going to make it a
Tv i ffwd fair. About a dozen and a half ot
- " f . the largest farmers and stock and pou I try
- glow eta of the State are named as having
. - announced their intention to exhibit, ani
. ' besides there are 'b nod reds of others who
S' vill do likewise.
.'iK "d, --. The changed condition of affairs in
Jones county from the financial wreck
..' - into which it waa plunged by the Repub
; ; licans to prosperity under the Democrats
. as told of in Saturday's Jockjal by a
V- correspood.Tnt ia but a sample picture of
' " whit occured also in Craven county and
'-. - I in almost every county in the State.
' rV - j What intelligent and patriotic man would
. ."... do anything t, j -opaidize the ascendancy
of the honest ami efficient administration
-- , -".of pnblia affairs which now prevails?
Ji ' "'..'.-' Mc. O.-H. Perry thinks that tin New
, Turk World's estimate of the present
"-" -Sbothern cotton crop. 90 per cent is ex
" d '";. cesaive and likely to do oarui. He
" i : ; jn-lges that since the heavy rains Craven
- "f ' " enonty will no average more tlian 60 if
d' f that god. He puts the corn crop m 80
i i..C"' spkwcm. Mr. C. M. Babb?tt of Pam-.r-?
-.'. Iteo county thinks that county is a little
. -". better. lie puts coU u at 75 per cent
;d '-'' atfd corn a little better than that. The
. - , rains have likely tu grneral and re
"v. Onced crop a-rordingly.
Vf; " - DlTerslfyinjr Barlna: Fruit.
" '..S"; '-.!'-- "m '."Southern Prosperity." as
" " given In "(he ManuEicturers' Iitcord and
' d- copied in this morning's Journal tells a
---J- -' .: pleasing story. Diversifying of farm pro
ducts as the basis of agricultural pros
perity has b-ea talked of ever since tin.
war and now that tlie diversification and
" especially the raising of home supplies are
.i-vid coming into more general practice the
-"i. i .' . fjood effects are being felt even in spite of
VjC-ets''' ow prices, because with the rtii;ag of
' . home supplies the necessity of spc-iniing
."' v-- inooey is largely diminished.
- . Iiet due heed be given to this aud still
more attention be given to the raising of
. all products possible for home consump
. ..a. tion and a larger variety still of market
crops and thus diminish the cliances of
oTer-producing certain crops, ami conse-
. qneutly raiung them at a losi or at too
small a margin of profit.
' .- Encoartfretnent About Public Build Inir,
. Senator Jarvis has again beeu niug
"- '-- his influeoce in ijehalf of getting the
:, - - " 2iew Berne Public Building erected
without further delay. The result is that
Mr. J. O. Rourke. the Supervising Archi-
' - tect, has written a letter to our Senator
explaining the difficulties that have I .can
in his way, and saying that the w orking
"' -d drawings are now being prejiared an
- -V that the specifications for the work wi.
be written as. soon as they are compl. ted
and he hopes to be ab'e to advertise for
proposals within a month.
. Senator Jarvis, writing of this, savs he
thinks the people of New Bome may now
" ii. rest assured that the work on the builde
: " ' iflg will he commenced at an early date.
Four New Br!ck Stores.
Mr. P. M. Draney hegan in ' -
terday into the brick s'ore whieh m u
pis the .-ite of the one he li u-e.l
many years. Mr. Jesse K. Pope '-'l
occupy the a Moininir ''np with L'l'oe.-rie.
I will N I'm i-die 1 this w.-ek ui.l he wi'.i
iiegin moing in Monday. These -tore
ae i(uite an iHiprovenieiil over those
which formerly stood there.
The oid building -nith of Halms
iiverv sUi' h- are i . 1 1 r torn down I"
mike room f.r two mat !ri. k -lor. -wliieh
Dr. N. II. Street, the own."-, is
preparing to erect there.
Life Savlnij stations Open.
Superintend, n: Kimbtvil. of :h ..:e
saving service, on the 20:h, issued mJio
that ail lite suing stations on the Alain
tic eixw: should '' manned imm.-di ly.
in uceor.lano' w itii the lK3'.v act of ( n
gn sjs. prov if hl: that hfe s.ivmu r:it:..;!
slwil 1-e k. pt open from Augut 1-t un
til June Is: following, instead of from
September 1st to May 1st. Thi- is ;i
measure whi. h the Jocknal warmly
advocate.! '. i-t year. The numerous uin-m-r
ft.irin- wh eh occurred the-i with
;reat ios- to shipping and l. e- -ii .w e-1
unmi-takaidy that it was nevle-l ;lnd we
arc glad t ee the change n.a.ie. Tin
stations are now close I only tw n. -nths
in the vesir int ad of four.
Mi-- f. ,h !. .Ion - h .-
tute. she wan t a fine a. 1. lit i.m
to the school. Sue is a good teacher and
haa hud valuable experience at tee work.
Misa -V. B. Perelee who ha been the
primary teacher in the Institute i v.-r since
its f ouiid in lT w i i I coiil:';. ire :n charge ot
tltit , , artini n;. though Miss Jones will
also have charge of s-nne of the primary
w . , sue having mailt a special '.udy
oi primary wotk the past sumuiet ana
uavingspeciftl feature which it is ile i r;i l It
to bring in.
Two other teachers, i lie of them a gen
tleman, will be add- d to the cups.
v'e are pleased to learn from l'rof.
V'endenhall that tlie prospect as to the
attendance is line. The encouragement
lie has met with wherevir he has leen
irives him every reason to believe that he
will have a goon school.
Death of T. 1). Perkins.
Mr. T. I). Perkins. Register of O. ed-
ot tTinihco county, died satur aai ,.!.er-
noon in t li is city at Mrs. Barker' board
ing. house, of consumption. The remains
were taken down to his homo at
Smith Creek the sme evening, as soon a
arrangements therefore could I perfected.
Mr. Perkins was a good man and an
intelligent and thrifty farmer and trucker.
The very first truck that lift NewB-rne
this spring for the Northern markets w-as
rai-ed by him.
Mr. Perkins was not a niau of family,
lie was a widower, and his only child
died some time ago.
Consumption fastened itself upon him
two years ago. but he did not liecotiic
seriously ill until about six months ai:0.
lie recently sp-nt some line at S.nn
Springs t.r his h.adtt:. an I n Id w .y
home nearly two weeks ago he stopped a
few days in New Berne and bec-ime worse
so that he could not continue the journey
and death resulted Saturday f stated.
Four Men Struck By Lightning.
Thursday night 'niweeu nine an-i ten
o'clock a raft on the north-east branch of
New river lieing takec to the Parmeke
Lumber company at Jacksonville was
stru;k by lightning an.l four out of the
five men on it badlv shocked.
Isuiah Lovick a colored man w a.- hurt
the warst. The lightuing fiin down tlie
pole in his hands, pa-sod from bis right
;vrm across his body and down hi- left
leg leaving a plainly visible burnt p'ace
as it went, just as the marks of lightning
are left on the bark of a struck tree.
Lovick was for awhile thought to have
been killed. He was as one dead tor
about two hour.
Will Johnson an.l Mareu- Ke'ilu u two
white mm and Win Boone ami the col
ored men were all knocked over
by the thunder tolt and stunned. After
receverinj. t'.iev all went over to t lie
nearest bouse thev could find, leaving
Kellurn supposing him to be dead. On
their return he was showing signs uf l4e,
and came to conscionsni-s-s. He suppose
the rain had the effect of reviving him.
He was left at first at North Ei-asr. but
on Friday he was aMe to 1 taken lo his
home at Jacksonville, though he ha not
recovered from the effects of th' light
ning. Mr. Jas. W. Dawson who gavw us tiie
above facts inform ih that the storm
around Jacksonville was a terrible one.
the thunder and hghtning b ing unu-ually
strong and y i id.
Cheap Road Improvement,
An interesting experiment in the im
provement of pu'dic roads is in progress
iu Newcomb township. 111.
The farmers in that vicinity have always
beeu s'ronglv opposed to schemes for
building hard roads, claiming that their
construction would practically confiscate
the farm. They have therefore held to
the improvi tin nt of the common dirt
road, constructing them with under. Irain.
a.e by tbd use of tile and with opm side
ditchi s. The result is that they have the
liest roads in thn county.
Last fall they tried rounding them up by
the use ot a. road grader drawn by a trac
tion engine, and the experiment woikod
s will that they have tried it a rain this
sprtug. o.vmrs ot tract. on engnii s h ive
no employment for them at this s asm
and are gi.ei ..;' the chance to Jo tin-
Tin price pa. 1 tor an engine, with two
men. is eight dcdlats a day. and it i- lottnd
that in tw w '. ot good we ithcr onr
e-ig'ne c in -u- . e up a'd the ioid- in the
town-hip. ii-i.tig them in tetter condi
tion than hand or team work e uld do it
and in less time an I at a fifty er cent.
saving in expense It is pr.p..d to en
tirely abandon the i. -T tax f ir road pur
poses and to pay all roid tax in ca-h,
the work to be done by machinery.
The day i- not fir distant wlr-n t'ueie
will be a complete waking up on this
subject of good sul.stanii il roads and the
v.oner Craven county takes ho! 1 of the
matter in mii en-r'C'. our people wi!;
s-iv weri done.
To L'lwer Xancy Hank' Rpcrrt.
Advices from Terre H int' . Ind. -ay
that Alix i-tlie most interi -ting trotter
in the world and -in i- expected .o lower
Xancv iiank.-' re'ar't.
'dhe went the third and hist heat in the
tree for a.: trot Friday in 2 : 'I J . eluding
the race rei.-rl ma.le by Ifrectim). but
sh.- ha 1 woi: th-Hr-t heat- in 2 ; ' i ; ;iad
2:0''.', niikir.gan aver, go o:'Jai."i r-f, f,,r
I he ttin e lie il s. I,v till- the t-jt. -I . ee i-
trotted. After it'wa a'l over -!e J w a.- 1
lull of life an. I tht re w,.- i... u,. ia at ion ('.
Johnson's Oriental Snip is Car superior
to all the other so-called medicinal soaps
for beautifying the complexion.
t'omimr and (Joinir.
Mr. .1. ii. I'. ;:
the i ity .--o:r. i .
Mr. T. W !
thr.-u 'h . ; r .! :
Mr. U ::. !;. -. .
unity, -iiid l'. M. : '..
are in tin i ity.
Ml. Ja-. I'. 11. :
w In re In 1
A. idie T.
n vi -1 1 1 n .
. : Mor. he.-i :
c. h. : 1 ! hi - n-
law- Mr. J. J. T
M - ha Kn -
I. a (,r
il : Kins,
o:, ,. ,.. I Mi
route to .lacK-i
visit n-lat. vi -.
Mi- .,ta!i A. ( !-.. c. 1..
w lio m.i , , :i -hill -' ill
t'ri.-m!-. ha- n :ii:n -.1 : .
Mi-- An- ie l'atri. k. of
has in. i n -itino r lit v - ai
in l'amiieo .m ! l..uf -rr . .
n and Mi' ot w r, k . : . "'a II
a; - e. r,r-r
.In., i : ) u
vi-it he: an it Mi-. W . 1. A r. i -I
'fhe -,:iii: of !:-. Ii. II. i .
to vi-it in o. . . : 1 1 : y .
Mi- I. .- Km' f .11 i '::
i: - M:-s I. ,ia li-ve'!.
Tiie t . i : . of M r. a a '. 1 '
on tlie hit-.. Sir. T..:.. :-;.. ' '
I . ,-kiii. -'or If -.a:-. M : -- .-Ti-i
r. f -.
S. C. to ioad w itii u id er.
Mr. Geo. ihltSel who has been in tiie
cttv for a inllii'i' f.l is 'el; tor hi- In ine
Mr. Hiram Bed. . f p.-l'. .i.-d: . ai ,1
Mr. Ila-kin-, Kig -t. r . f I ).. V at T:ti
toii. were in the iity Friday.
Mes-t's. Nina Nu in and (ieorge 1'aii
have reiurae.l f-.mi I 'oi t-nimi : h where
thev have bi-ei " i a pleasure trip. They
report a big d ue an 1 plenty of sport
with tie r. i .. d gift -and soft (i-.ib-.
-Oh. my "
Rev. lid ward B'.ii i back fiom
i hi- !
low and .lone- counties win-re In ha. ban
canvassing lor the -Standard I'ioti. n iry
and '-Select Poetry : North I'arodni'
with graiilying iii-ee-s
Prof. J. T. Joynvr. of Cr. e:i-b T a who
has b.i n hoiding the Catteiet coun'y
'I'eicher I.titute at Beaufort passed
through. He will make a brief vi t to
relatives at Laiirange and then d"ld a
Teachers In-t-.mte at Pittsboro.
Mr. I). M Hollowed and iiltie dangh-
ter Mollie. '. :f to vi-it rti tt;e in n
Mi- i.-ther I'.a '...-; '. Stella i- vi-iting
f:i. aid- in the . i:y.
Mr. Henry Fo-cu.-. ot Jom.- coutity,
lelt tor Guilford college. lie was accom
pany Lug his son. J K. and Mr. Cym F.
cue's son A C Foscue who go to enter the
Miss Sallie Cox lelt to visit relatives in
Mrs. Addie Tolson who has been -pend
ing a few day at Mr. J. J. Toioti's re
turned home, accompanied by Mrs. ( glcs-
Mr. S. R Bud o' the Knight of Har
mony winl i iHvii lo Kiver.laic to pay
Mis. A. L. Heath tiie insurance money
ilue ttom '.he order on her nusb.imi; pm
i c v .
Mr. W. B. Bhidi- returne l Irom near
Polloeksville. Tiie 'utnlier railroad
nil,, a tie .- :e;;.-t :i : re !- I. w .-v. ra,
tiroes in lengtr.
Mr. Frank Tliomp-on an I wife of
Jacksonville c ime uti 1 isl night en route
the Suite Sunday school convention at
Durham. Mrs. W. K. Grimsley, came
up on the noon train and left on the next
train for the convention . Her son Herman
was along also to enter the school of the
M;ses Patrick of Kin-ton.
Miss I5i.rr.ha Tucker i back from Core
Crei ' .
Xaval Reserve Personals Clipped From
The Star and Messenger.
Fatty Lovick. a city fither of New
Bi rne. i playifg seaman.
S.aman Graham, of Charh tte. alia
Gen. Coxey, and Carl Richardson, alias
Gen. Brow ne, have won the medal tor be
ing li iiui-onie T don't think.''
Will Si'.t.r. of New Berne, h;; In gun
Commander Win-low won the admira
tion and highe.-t respect of the b.itta'ion
yesterday afternoon by a brief speech full
of trudi and w.iii h exhibited the utmost
confidence mi the Re-erve. Ihri cheers
for Commander Winslow.
C art brigade. Skipper .'riiar, Mar
shal;, Fi sper -nan. Freil Burr, Beatty.
CorKut and Carraway. It wa.- hot. but
the ox was a daisy.
Dan Tales and Bicye'e Billy, of X :w
Berne, are the only spiritually inclined
seamen on board and ae: as chaplain- of
the cart brigade.
Those dark searching eyes of Hill, of
New- Borne, hive gone di p into the
heart-of the Soathpiet giri; but dia per
still into the n.cks of two ipiarts put up
in regulation package-. Hope tin y aved
The body of Tom Danieis is a euri-'U-combination.
Whenever boatswain mates
are called it is generilly convenient fir
him to be down below taking a snack.
S.pria Moore, son -of the old man. is
still witlj the boy-, assac; ating with L-'re 1
die Burr, who say- he i- ul n ot the
Tiie friends of treasurer Lovick. of
New Berne, will 1 1- I know him when he
returns, as the ea already has 30 pounds
of his pi.tiderou-iie.-s.
Bray w aiiti- 1 to -o Id- girl lids morn
ing ari l trie 1 to de-lit the -hip. but wa--irre-ted
by tie- guar 1 , a'al is now -lo ng
duty in eoy.
1 ester. lay i.iti rtnjn th r.n- wlio o:
untariiy i tiered their -ervie,.- to iioi-t
a-h, - and wh el the::. I" tin- d .ck .vorked
in infti'ly and w he . thro :
t, r, some jo' , w . '-. 1, . t, k
1 . o n g l : . i 1
i g loo- and
ilracefi'. Harris I.aue. tiie .-"11 o that
genial gentleman. Shcitl Line, of Craven
... unite, wa- terr.biy ."itris. d ivhea he
came -nit ot !'i.' ash-pit yesterday, for fear
tli i- hi- b -t riri would not know him
when iieg"t- uica home fr he liasn't
w a.-hed his thee -ince he ha- bee i on
bo ird. as he - Uriid i'l.- -.ilt-w a'.a will
hurt his eomp'evion.
Ballgelt. of Nell ;.. rr.. -Ill k - hi- 1 Pe
all ilay and moil n- a - ii.it. r fit
Nick Br-iv. oi Id id-" airth D ii-i has
a chili i very tti .nr-.g wa n t i. e , i i
soiin. i- to vri' ' ! ' . k -.
H. .1. J.o h-k. til" -p.u ;y -" .ma i ..: tin-
Xewberu divl-i II. d i- id w h:l llanneis
and 111 ik.
He ha- ..t
tit so lo,
sv ni pa 1
-r nib on.
a mat i.i
i ' " ' '1U' l',''M
"' "Sll:1 ! ' I
have fallen in
loie with oiu of the lieantiful liilies re-
siding at this delightlul quiet summer
! I .r. i:
. j .a. I.ieu'.e
I iK-rnc 1 .
1 la'ion ,.tv...
N, w He
Ii IV- 11- r
row Knew t hev
h:i:-ri. -m.- ,I,ek
ra . : -
a I i.e
N intuckct was dra
-t night that th v had
oi' li r gun a 1 to keel
1 b ' t r. i
iii die -
IT -' ai ollaii I.i .. , .
( a r i w a v a - i ,"
at the bali. ! :- -a
upon the toe- "i tii
up. ai t li s. -Ill -I
'. .rr..w a i. w p : i;
tiei.l -- I" f.l
Ma-t. r-n Am,,
11, I'.i ni a ;:: - -e! . .
I'll" New 1! r: ;:
ai e a g. mil a- y . u a
. 'e r lei low s ,n. 1 nr
y .rke: s.
'fiu-e ,,;' Iii- (dial
on d.s-k m full dir.
ing. m ;th tin . xp.ct .
I at; ala-' the. r 1. j
I ri ; i i : . w le n . ir
known to I dent' ti i :
thv and his
r- l,,r "-::.-
I ,ai lotto Pn'-ei e.-
k" ''!''' '"'',
I , i l'i 1 ' 1 . ll I . Mil"
' le !...ys nporttd
i.toi in tin- morn -
net going home:
s were 1 ut as a
dt-iie wa- maile
LKX01R CO, ( 0NVFX TI0.V.
A Full l iekeT Nomin.it. il Large At
tendance and Harmonious Meeting.
Kinst'ji. X. ('.. Aug. 1. 1!)1.
The Democrat:. .. -..u:.; , -mi eiition c ti
Teneil la-re to.lav.
J. Wd Grainger. K-o . Chm'n caliid the
convention to order.
and after a few
in agemelit requcst
!' acta- tenipor-
timei v remark ot
ed Mr. W. S. Her
arv Sec' v.
The Chm'n appoinii' 1 a comuiittee of
permanimt . r anizalion, rules and credential.-.
The . onimittee on permanent organiza
t.oii n-i o.uuH-n. le. I J. W. Grainger Esq..
asihairnian, W. S. Herbert, Secl'v. and
I M. llitt'-. a- assistant S.-ct'v.
Tne commi ; te" on n. h ne.il- reported
ail Town-liips n-pr m-uIi-I. and no ioh-l.-stant
signed. j W. .!. Barntt.
Tin- comm.; i. e ,n n:
til.i.:..r:ty vo'e nee, --ari ' ::.::).'. at i";.
Signed. j s,,.i.ie W'ooteil.
On motion theihairmaii if each town
ship cast the vote ot - a a I town; ship.
Nominations for R. -pre-eiitutive being
in order. Oio. Turner. D. K. I'errc, V.
U. Xunn and J. (. Jack-on wen placed
in nomimitio. .1. Q. .Iiti k-un requested
the w ithdi iiw al of hi- name as he conld
net undirany ci rctimstanee- allow his
name to go before the convention Mr.
W B. Nuiiii ,d-o asked the withdrawal
of his name.
Mr. Turner having received the major
ity of votes was upon motion unanimous
ly declared the noir.ime.
Mr. Bizzell present chrk of Superior
court declined to aiiow his nam' to go
before the convention, and Mr. B. F.
Cl.urehill securing a majority ot the votes
east wa.- upon motion unanimously
led arc 1 the n miinec.
The nominations for sheiatf lieing next
in order the pres. nt incumbent. J. D.
sutton, was upon motion unaiiimouslv
The pic.-eiil Tr. ii-ufer J. II. Daw son
upon motion to ::.pciid rules was nonii
nat'p I 'V accli iiiatio-i.
K. S. Ihttman the pfe-'-nt incumlient
Register of Deeds haying leceived a ma
jority of the votes cast, was upon motion
unanimously declared the nominee.
Dr. Ira Davis being the only nominee
for Coroner upon motion the rule- were
suspended and he v.,- nominated by ac
clamation. Mr. K. P. I.oltai being nominated for
Surveyor the rules, wn re suspended and
and he was nominated by aei lair.ation.
Mr. Turin:- and Mr. "Churchill being
called came forward and responded in a
Tin- b. -; ot harniotiy prevailed and the
outlook w i- never blighter for Democrat
The attendance r- -dclv estimated at
There b.-ing no otlur busim . the
loav.ntion upon motion an 'unu
The New Tariff Law.
Ail dealer- an 1 mnnuf-cturcrs of Play
ing cards, are hereby notified to make re
turn to me under oath ol all playing
card.? on hand .ni the day the new Tariff
law goes into life. i. under piiiilty of the
law. for failure io so d merchants at.d
other- in th i e.uutl - of Bcantort. Cart
eret. Craven. Hide. Pamiieo and Pitt will
take due ti 'ti.'. and goiern themselves ac
cordingly. W. T. C mio.
D".uty ( ode- t ir. N"W Berne. X. C.
Lenoir County Lxecutive Committee.
A t a m
".he Executive t'olliiiiit
1 1 v the idliowing weie
t.-e of I.ei.o.
.1. W. Or
D u i'oi:
Oca-. K 11
lie ill . . t
.1 .1 Bria i.
T. w ii-'u' p.
nie 'Id ".i n-hi p.
1 o w n
.!. -sa- ,'i
Tow n. -hi p.
K n--oii. Nd 1
Oi ympi.i l or iv-p. ni ilen ce
Mr IL S. ill, dot! i.li.i :'4ll.li" to.
iej air: ure on t! . - I d" h : i:-t t -pen
w.-i k w itii re! it. "' - e.-i d'.-n-i-a. Bet
Pitt cni'ity. Me-is. .1. ( . Da 11 and W.
W. siuini'ir- d.-o iet' ; r l;,tael at the
- one time on ! .nsine-s. Aewl-hih mill
a pi- -isi'it trip and a i'. return.
Mi-- Motln 11 da al of New Bin lie haS.ulll well J0hn Speaker. Catawba, (J..
commtn. el le n ling 1 , i-lruneut ,1 nni-.c ( llail ,ivi, .U;rQ Fever sores on his leg.
he:.-. Sh .ha- ban h.-re about two week- ,..ctors said he was incurable. One bot
and :- gn ing pert a : .t'l,ictioti to i-ieri- . .;, p;ieetric B tters and one box Bucklen's
bo iv. Sa-- a iiiituril mu-,eian. a Arnica Salve cuieil him entirely. Sold
splendid teacher and a very woilliv, ,,v s. Duffv, Druggist, New Berne,
aircable an-1 attra .'t.ve volin:
The 1 'n:-n church of the Discip'e- and
Method. -t at thi- jilai e i- undergoing , Mm, roe Whalen of J5iniiiiigha,ri. Al..
repair. I w rites; ! purclutsed six bottles of your
Mis Ida Wayne who l,;i- I. , n ill with 1 Japanese Pile Cure from Mr. Amzi Uod
tvphoid tever'is recovering, we are glad I den, and it has entirely cured me of a
to Ma v. as is also Mr. R. C. Holton. who case of Piles of 22 years standing: will
j ijU keen down with malarial fever.
j (.'01' Nl V ( i."ii-s10tl"- '.
Ai... (1th. h:i
::' hou-o at
o, k. -,
i. t it the
, ( 'oir.mi--ioia-i -
wi r and J.
w I. M. II t arr.
W. ('. 1!
( 'oi ii mi -
hail in in
; w i
That til. pl'iiperty on K.h n
' ..-w lieine. 'a-'iil to Mr-.
K. i', r.
i; l.unii !
i ' j a a ! i . 1
t l here le 'ei iei 1 mi t hi
the no-!- nee 'f-tiii t of No
a t:i . if 4o cent on 1 t.M
on f.r the piu'p"e oi eoui,.et;lo
I ir a
I I; .
roa I i
. .- , 1 !"-im: f e -aid di-trii t.
ii . Thai the petition of T. 11.
I ..thers, citizen ot No. -J'l'owii-1:
:ia e.-t:ibUshm.'nt of a puhli.
till. 1 '. it!" the St ipletord road with
eie 1 oad to l'andic 1 county, i e
a:,,l that s lid Mad he and i- here-b'i-li
-I ami de -larid to ! c a plib'ie
, . 1 i; 1' the I!' oil il of siiiii-rv':-. u - . '1
10.1I-. of -aid Townhip b m-
r ' e : a
-ti a. a
I M - ii
1 t . appoint hall 1- to w "1
That there be levied a tax "t
ii cent. .'Ii the $U'0 valuation, f real
e-ta!e i'l the llo-fei:Ce listrict of N. 7
l'.eaii-hip lor the purpose of repair'tig
the le-a " ar. arid the said ditri t.
OrOere I. That a voucher of jij.iM oe
1 p. Siloinon Roach an I J. H.
Mien f rtlri-e months, namelv: August.
i '-... I ..r .,,,,1 ll..,.K v on iieenmit of
their extreme poverty and disqualification
lor w-o;k bv pln-icia! infirmities.
I Ordered. I hat vouchers lierelotoie 1
: "f the division ; ui il to Lizzie Wocd, for support of sell
aetua'ry -teppeil j ,in.j ehiidien he ,! i-f:onti lilted, she having
voung . n'ies, and ! . ,
'. hat -he had to i '''"'''ed.
;- 1 -i I i" "f i : or k-icd. That upon payment of the
w.i- not tl iat- : proper tax to the sheriff, lice use lx grant
ed to li. 11. ec s.aiLir lo reiai: ii'i"."
for six months, ending Dec. lilst. ls'.l-l.
at their p'ace ofhusiiuss in the city "f
: New ijerne.
t t )r,leivd. That the petition of John A
: J u-kson and others, citizens of township
i No. 1, nskiu ; for the establishment of a
i public r.-ad in said township. Beginnin
; ;lt i, aVenue on the AVashington and
; x B R.md about half a mile from
; ,. . . .
tm corponite limits o! anceboro, then
running up Maul Swamp about four miles
then a northerly direction until the
( h"i owinity public road is roached, at
or near Mr. Sarah Williams, be granted.
And it appearing that all persons over
. whose lands said road is to pa- have had
' dm notice of this petition. It is
Ordered. That the sheriff of Craven
'county be ordired to summon a jury and
I I.,,. .,...,iiii to !-, w-
Or.lered, That the mill proper. y at
Gray wood, in No. 7 Township listed by
1). Congdou cc Son be reduced in value
mi the tax list of 1803 from slo.oOO to
Ordered. Tluit the SOU acres of land,
charged to Hardy Whitford. on thedilen
quent list of No. 7 Township for 1S03, be
stricken from said list. It appearii g to
the snti-taetion ol the Board that he owns
no such 'and.
( J il motion the Board took a recess to
We-.lne-luv morning next at 10 o'clock, a.
Aug. --, le4.
The Board of Commissioners of Cra
ven county met at the court house at 11
o'clock a. m.. pursuant to adjournment.
Pre-ent Commissioners, J. A. Meadow's
M. II. Carr and E. W. Smallwood.
The Board commenced the examination
of the sheriffs account.
On Motion the Board took a recess till
next day at 10 o'clock.
Aug. 9. 1S94.
The Board nut at 10 o'clock pursuant
to a 'journmeiit.
Pre-ent. Commissioners, E. W. Small
wood. Chm'n pro tern., M. II. Carr and J.
The Board was engaged in the exami
nation of the sheriff's account until 6
o'clock, p. m.. then on motior, the Board
took a reces- until 10 o'clock next day.
Aug. Id, lS'.H.
The Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, Commissioners. J. A. Bryan,
eiimn., E. W. Simillwood, M. IL Carr,
and J. A. Meadows.
Tiie Chairman presented to the Boor 1
for cancellation Craven foil . 1 V I'.'.nd N".
lol ol the denomination ot $3pu purchas
ed by him Aug. 9th lor ere lit of sinkiug
On motion, commissioner. Small wood
and Carr were appointed a committee to
destroy said bond which they did by
bnrningthc same in presence of the Board
the Register of Dee Is, county Attorney
Ordered, That upon payment of the
proper tax to the sheriff, license be grant
ed Stewart and Hughes to retail liquor
tor six months, ending Die.. 31st. 1894,
at Chattawka Hotel, city of New Berne.
The Board of Commissioners here
passed resolutions respecting New Berne's
pros-pective public building which have
1 ecn published already.
Ordered. That "W. II. Win field. No. 8
township, be lelieved from payment of
poll tax for 193, he being under 21 years
Ordertd. That the lot on East Front
street listed to Mrs. Annie Carmer at
81. ddii be reduced to .00 and the lot on
Griffith street listed for the same person
from 200 to filPO.
Tlie chairman presented to the Bonrd
f .r cancellation county bond No. 143. of
the den .mination ol'-'500 purchased hy
him Aug. Id. 1894. for benefit of sinkin
t hi motion the chairman appointed
C niimi-sioner- Mi a lows and Smallwood
'a ili.-trov the same which tliey d.d by
burning them in tlie pie-eiic- u tin
Boti'il. Register of Dei if-and coil
Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand,
is a wonderful liniment for rheumatism,
neuralgia, sprains and bruises for man or
i a-a-t. ? i.uu size 00 c-.s.; juc size octs.
Clifford, Xew Cassel, Wis., was
j Hon !;. I with Neuralgia and Kheumu
: ii-in. his S'omach was d'sordered, his
Liver was aff. cte.l to an alarming degree,
ajqietite fell away, ain.i lie was terribly
reiiuceil in if sh and s'rength. Three
l.ott'es of Electric Bitters cured lnm.
i Edivsinl Sliejiherd. Ilarn.-burg. III.,
j ha.l a running sore 011 his leg ot eight
' years' standing. Used three bodies of
; Electric Bitters aud seven boxes of llm-k-Icn's
Arnica Salve, and his leg- is sou 11 1 1
advise my friends to use it.''
'! Ii I
I ni illelll -
n auia I
The Reserves keej.
el Fat and Saucy
With ISItr ' ii
Heat a. if.
i.i ely ;;u-k-imi.ii
Sun .t in-'
. - i -. -
l lll-e .:
1 Su- .1
1 1 '
'arr a,-,. 1 .a
t he oflf i r-
a in I tla- 1 10:1
' cry i
ip.ti. ' !..- d
mi hid:!.: -
lu-l ..- tin
that tin- -hip
-w if ti :,, , ,: a
ni t !
Morton in . ha; ;
wa- to blow h r w
fi 'I'- a :-';iiiri.' al l : ; i
up smI" -le on le :
ill the eha'ine" I
milled t -.'.oik-,,
! 1 1 ' ; 1 u i ' i i h . - l : ; i .
The liii'iiii i r - oi
ca mi' t I e pr.ii-". I :.
nc r m wloch tlie," i
in the niornii g. d
pay. ' d" i
air. "tr.ppi l th
like Turk-. ' r: ,::
ciaie 1 by t:a- .. :
They are tin- : .:
Iu; tin- pr c ret, .;- oid
TO M N I ii H '
A- t h.-; n.eii v. . :
their Mtr.i duty of
drdis u ! d-p-t.
only the r.i ce-s ir .
ed ior the diiv.
Tli.i iiioining t hi
ab nurd t .; Moiitg-
practice with tin
that shi p. iu t h" h i;
Wii. Mi-sengei of Ai
I -; h
lal-L lligld SnI
and never bctdri
1 1 1
iadii s on the gal : .- :;
began. Mu-e. . .t . i . .
lilellta'. -.vn- n .-1 -'.
Southpor: g.: . and N , . d I
to have hid ,i 1. g ti ,. .
A gal- came ' p ,., u;
ram pour d .I.e. n m
number . i -'eeoi-ig d ';;:.
called ;d' li-":d- b, ; i;e ,
which v. a s h. ,', , . 1 -. ;-. ,
tlVO-'dlini- of e -eh 1) " ...o
ill. .Ut two h" -il- 1,1. ;
The b.jy . al':ir !:. ;. . "s .:
a siiepfril am I .,.;;. . a
tion of a little of- : f
The i-eyentii : . . ;. .
Una Xtiv.ii Reservi -' .
glowing auspice-, 'fie
and rettdy to do nunib r
the guns on hoard be
They are fat. saucy, am I e- .:
ho 'a o.kcd
M. nit gomei y
joy land work,
t he b 1 1 - si-ru! 1
. and die decks
ra : . It i- the
-1 -y boar 1.
The Diorilillg begin by
bing tlie decks. ;i- i,-,i
are now scoured and are -ha
the appearance i f a t ara
pride of every X ai d I,'.-,
and bring pral-. from
tiieir full duty.
After an elegant o.a ,1. .
divi-iona reportc. I .-n i-k a
en a couple of In ;: r- f ..!
o'clock ail hand- w etc e I
and embarked in tiieir -in d.l
warship Montgomery, wv r.
their u-md ne-rry w a;.
At b 11
,ib- for the
i la v maan.ng tiie In ;. i '. : u
mg in-tructions fio.u th .
ship, w hich wa re eiib r ;
structive. It wa ei.ji.y.-d :c:
attentively by all the divi-d,
Lieut. Commander Mor;,,
di 1 ni
ne i t"
praise from the boys on ev, iy
kind and clever wa in w
!iis commatids to i he -, n
allows the b ,ys a- i: u h
leges and shore Uuv, - .,- h
The Clews which Uilltm i t'l- guti on :
the .Montgomery were s.-a-ct d a- 1" ,ows
First division Mo-.e, Ve!i. X. C
-'.o'.io, J !r ,y. Fcsp r-
Second nivision S. Yd. Mcrr.l i. 1 f nr
Burr, Fred Burr, T. C. I lelb t. An-eii
King. John ltobiiisoii. Ja
ami James M. Ward.
Fourth division Ii .rtsfi..1..!. Hid. Ban-i
gert. Richardson, (. a rn . Sf;, r, Lov
ick and Lane.
The following crew 'r -eh del to
e the crew from the Coliux ind the
Montgomery this iy cuing: Hill and D uiiei.
it Newbern, I lodges. Wiiihiin-. Prem-
pcrr. II. A. Burr and cox-w ain Di. I los.-et.
of "ilmington. It :- a
expect to win.
Goo!) WORK WITH id
b id., et x-.
fhe Reserves break lb-: - 1 n j.i o'clock
d'.cr whieli tour 111.11 fr n: . :, n p n t of
the shii twenty tour '.a lb - - : : i. wen-
!e-ii itche 1 aboard ti, , : ; -. ; Montg.im-
erv to niau her second.r. b ;:,i .,; ; irg.t
practice. The hu:k "i the wr.-ek.-ii
ch(onir Watts lying on th nn.r-h opp -
ite South port was u-ed a- a target, and
forty-tight round- wen- hie-! bv the 11 en.
making two -hots for each. Tne boy -handled
the five-inch lap; i lire gnu- with
telling ettict andndoed lie-
I wiei k I
with shots. The dil.it:i ..:'
w"as about ',100 yard-, n-al v.-r
mi-se l. ( lut of nine of d.
In.' I irget
Reserves who made -hot-, -.x
bail- in the old hulk. i .
h .t I
" I f-'-'g' I
- -l ,,(t du:! i
were by Ar-mpt'id. ll.d. 1)
Williams and Burr. '11.
squad was under eaininan
Barnard. Tile targ.-t pr:
cludi-d at fi p. m. and tin
ned backa.....:"d the N-ur.:
TIIE 1 lt'd-Fdt- 1; it ;. i
After dinner th.- u
was gone through with
a c- was granted ile- 111
gai'ne ot base ball 1 etw 1
the Naval 1 h-serv.- ,r d
crew" ot the Montgone ry
calleJ at 4 o'clock p. m.
stand full of ladies !i:i.J ,
a big crowd of 11. e i
Naval Res-.-rve- t-thi v
Roberts. 1 aniel. I '- o .
Bray, Robert. Steven-Montgomery'-
team . ".
Carrol!. 1 1 1 i '. 1 law l::i' -.
and "--ubs ' r oitni a
biii'iif w r-' p' ',' .
-oil' -I'll I'M d "IMC
The Moiitg ni.. :;. - o
cHci-r- ior tin- N a-i ; 11 io
Bert Roberts "i' ti;- N
niiiile tfie play "I the
game yesterday af-er.- ..
running catch .-; e.-r...
back to the b di.
.- -hip 1
, 11 an
State "f Ohio, C:t v
Frank J. Cheney
the senior ia rtner .
'dluiiev ifcCo.. il. iie
an.l that .-aid tinn
one Hundted 1 .!'.::
ca.. ot t'ntarrh the
tin- u-e of ll ili"- 1
A. 1). l'h
I la".'.- Cat .rrh (.'.;;
aud ai ts d 1 reel iy c '
cons slit faces ot die
F. J. Ciihx 1; v
Sold bv Druggi-t-.
SAVE MONEY by 1
at Gooding s Drug Shu
next to Baptist church.
mg ynii ,
1 1 rugs
" I .
M -o o;
With - I
The N .
M ,1 it a 'h -".I.
1 1 : p
ii a i: n i
. A. tv -.
ic 1 1.: l'i- , g i a g i ii;, lias been a Hard 1 e d' on 1 . - ,
' ' bad jo iy, .-, and now that ' i-ghtuii g ii -'
'' b" "' c .mtiiei,.-..,! to -irike tin .,1. .1 pro-ni c- i,,
e n ght g I ...y l", ell IV. 't -e.
. ! ivl.-lg Till i..lill . otlVr HI;, ,) o! th" I'opllli-I
'd:'1'-- iln. Lab,,- I'arai - ..I" t ih,.. ha- nominated
''. i mixed state ticke'. Tin- L..'i- r .hii-
" ' '' .'.'. ple-'l f through J. hll M, li'lde
j 1 1 ' ' ige. 1 1 L'i I.I H 11 I 11 n iol , i , 1 11 ,; men 1.1 .;, , -
poit th" ticket.
' "da , The hicuity 1 f Yale eoboge aie- taking
.'or . . 'aaiie-s w In 11 tlcy announce th ir mieii--b
oi.:;. . teCi t" put il..., ii slud'-nr 1 tiif-.n i-m. b
'- next in order !'r the la. ulty of - "ia- 1
h ge to aniiounce that all -Hid ;- . , ,
g" . ' niipe'led to -tudy. .
,!" '. Sin: e M. !,'obcrt Lin oln- n urn- hi
1 ' "! Hen nc a iioned as a Pit side ti-i 1 i '-diiiit ,
'I ' '' n the Kepliblican side, it le - 1 ,ii-'.
; - -, el ed I leit In ; - t lie ai b a ne in' ih
. Pu:. 11 .1.1 Car Company whica 1- now
i engage I i n evict ing it- -i liking ten mis
I who iiive not been :t -employed.
Tin- Vanderbilt ni-m-ion at B diiu i-
h ;- a r '-out ige oi 40i 1 li t and i- 1 -1 1 1 1, , 1 ;
I nloiltiii. The r of w ill be the largest -lut,-. !
I'-.-! in a iii -ri. .1. am! the trii.tur. '
a- 1 whoie will be one of the most impo !
;:ig in this country. Eight humln! men i
: are employed on the building an 1 pretn
i i-c- which contain .10,00.. acre-. 1
K ilcii Krausko)!'. of Piiiladelpiiiii. did (
:i commend nbie art w IiHi he declined t.. j
I ae apt a iur-e of s-l.U'.IO r.,i--d for him
b fraud-. There i-t-o inuch of thi-l
p;ir.-e o'l-ine-s. I ii b.-.-. d- a -piri; th it
.- 1 't . belli itcd to e el ate. 1 .1-1 ever ,
111 an. I. - he pre k her o- labor or. 1... p.-ii.l
f..r w het he d..i -. bat h.t 113 -top passing
"die i. it lor abb -bodied men.
Dr. Oiiyi r Wended Holmes has r.eoy-er-d
from his recent bines.- and may
i again be mhmi taking .-hurt drive- aio-g
I the seashore loud- near Bovirlv I-'arn-.
A Dr. Hoimi-s i- the hi-l survivor of ,,
famous New En-
. t-. the
w noli- country takis an all. . inmate mti r-e-t
ill his health.
Chairman John B. Eaves, of the lle
; publican State Committee, is -t mding on;
- j loudly :ig"iint luion. In a recent spmxli
- I he -ani he was a Republican and be'icved
in Republican princqilcs. and would say
t" Iii- parly in North Caroliuai "Stick to
vo-.tr principles, though you be in the
ini'iority. If they want to, f t the Pop-uli-U
ciiiii' la 11-; but wewd: i a k to
If. -publican piim-iples, staying in be
middle of the load.""
The iuiir 1 ari If bills have been reported
'on k !i""iu the finance committee witli all
I of them but one gieaJy changed. The
!'' ''.' ' dig : Free Sugar bill no longer provided for
1. i n- t;ie irc, .sllL,:ii-. hut for an ad valorem duty oi
1 in- give- .pi j.r cent on till sugars, and tor a speei-"bio-a
;je duty of "J cent- a gallon on molasses
'"' pr.v:- ; testing above 4" and not above o !-
,!(-i..,.,wj An.iltin.f -itl pef..i..iii, r . , I dl", 1, . ,
ti:ds. The free coal bill come b-u-k ivnb
a provision for duty on all coal imported
Irom countries that levied an import du y
on American coal. Tiie froc iron ore lull
was the only one that came back in its
original shape. The barbed wire bill
was rep irted back wish a substitute nhic-
;ng oil the d'i.e li-t barbed wire aud wire
rod- ,.; 11011 or steel for ltsinanul icture.
AVhoIesale Market Country Produce
Live stall fed cattle. 0 1-2 tO, grass led,
4a")c iressed beef 4a").
Corn, 02c a 00.
Chickens spring. 20a40c pair.
Ducks. Eng. 40ao0c; Muscovy SOaiiOe.
Eggs, 12 13c.
Geese, 7oe.a8 le.
Hides Dry flint, 3c; dry salt 3c grot n
1 Jc. deer hides 1 oe.
Peanuts. oO.iliO. " -.
!d Sheep. 184.108.40.206.0. 1.
Oat-. 32 -.
lirir.vu chickens, 43c.
Sweet Potatoes Yams, 1.0ii; ILiinnns,
A Voice From Pamlico.
! . J,,lvi V RrnliWi. ofPtn.ilir-o omnlv
Iras ;i strong following from hi county to
be a candidate for Register of Deed--. Mr.
IT. D. Pel kin-, termer incumbent, who ha-
l-,tc',y died had Slid several weeks ago
t'.mt he did not expect to be a c.indidale
for r '-election, ow ing to his very bad
' 11 I health. If he had lived he would without
':- j ;i doubt have been renominated t -m--lidi-
ee -d. himself if he had wanted the place,
':'.-1 he ha been an efficient officer and was
; i"Vcd by every Democrat of his county.
N. 1 I i'.t aftir he made the declaration lh-it he
,; 1 would 11 it be a candidate Mr. J. W. Bin!.
f -,b- I ' a' was s lected to liecome the candidate
! I for tin- -anie.
Mr. Brabble i- one of the best bu-ines
lien f the county mid an 1 xi raonliua 1 1
ii-iimall a good Democrat and very p-.p
1 hir. 'andemi'ix' ha had the sheid'
eia r siina- Mr. Camoen h is b, eti -Ii
an I we w ant him ag ..a
Mr. C. C. Hid .11 .- , g 1 eit'z.en
i 'tin : - have pr. 1 i d. a -
cream of tartar bakinsz powder
U'ghest of all m leavening strencth
Latkht Umtkd States) Govsksmsnt
Ri'Yai, Ba.ktn.1 PowniiB Co., "106 W'ull
I . , - eiiei. il'' n ien to e a 1 1 Vii --. -e l in -ie
e-. and en h . t in Cm veil. Jo.n :r
tciet. Pamiieo. Beauf .rt. Ilvde and D i .-...-
"in'ie. We furnish a nice light running
w igoti. Agent to fu-ni-h hor.-e and hnr
: ..--nnd m-k" a sdid'i bond. We ,tf r a
good - il o y. or i ouuni-sioa eontrai t, aie
di it; whi' h ai e; ergeiic 1 11 n ii call nuike
a d, -ie mom y Men of good make up
i" well. I . g. t eiiid lyinent with tin
.!) p.my. !"i' if successful, they will b
promoted to positions of greater responsi
bility. Address. The Sinoer Mfg. Co.,
or see J. F. .Norm ax. District Agt.
iXew Berne, N. C.
i Man i 7
Southern Fruits and
Vegetables a Specialty
Large and Roomy
faculties for handling
byS any fhouse in 5the
teg-RI'dl l'lfNS m 1 m
EACH DAY HI-
'.erne, N. C.
REFER LN 11 :
(I.1II-1 liinll 1'iallk
Stencils and Postals
can be obtained at
Seed Oats, Rye.
boat cc lied Clovi r.
1 lagging nnd Tie.
No 1 Timothy i till kind.
W ia 1 1- for pi-iros.
Al HAS. I:..1III.L"S
ll i-l .-eh- Malkel ).nk. New lierile'
N . '' ag'-' wifin
P.u-a Saga and Turnip
Seeds-l It. 35c. 5 lb 30c, 10
lb 25c. All fresh, new stock
at Mace's Drug Store, New
Berne IT. C.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
Kith, 11th .ind V Sts. N. W.
AVraHliin"tijn, I ) - U.
Iin ite the attention ol t
id a i;t am I 1 he ar. 1 1 1 1 1 a - I
KitK-IIH-r, f.ltli.II Id - 1
l 1 . 1 . M- - I
ir iilll"li - in i I
II s .-. ill - I
u vi. i 1 1 v . ri:i I. j i
Tli.-v ..:' i 1 " I " -
1- rem ll 1- ell,:,' ai .-
lllll" 7", :-. lane
t ,-,'- ,1 ' ',""" I", el- 1
tlie ll, U , -I ii-el -I d.-beaie -lue
i.i I ; 1 1 1 1 1 - II K I- b I ' I v 1 1 id I ' i 1 1 I M l-.vr
r,,i,t a 1 li ei el i a M In 'a i .o.'
-te "I 1
t ill v le
i I ,-
Hook. It ii,.:
Toll .1- W il ,
'".- I i:i i I 1 1 1 1 f 1 1
1 -1 : i ' i ! . i . 1 1 1 1 1 t - . i j i - ; ,
let M ;il t-i I in,i tin I :i I i . ' --!
I aJi.l ..., i..r .
1 !'1I I ifirii M I ;
t ur tiinnii i 1 i
t.-.-m wilh !i . In.
"ill- I 1 1 ' i ! ; L 1 1 I . ! ! I '
ur ( hinti -ilk
InrcalliiiLr or - . -n
our Mull- an.l -a
Our 1'rieos tiro in k.
lower toiin rvrr 1 etor
pics and inices.
V. - a
Gools spnt by txpD")., i . o. 1). ti uny part
ol tlio South. aprU
Fzlal - Food,
1 "I !. ' '.-Mill lion oT f!mtn
mi lion of Croton
:y in every .
ii. 'in! tin ih. ., ; ..i.i i Insect I'ow,
h ,::-'! i v devour tins with avidity,
whJr a!i oil, ir iiisi-cl powilers jmrtiallj'
s'i li . " .a.-s i hem. driving' them -wildly to'"'
"Ihi i i... . ,- mid oi her houses to live On
'. .. ' 1 may tasle or
lib.'.; 11 Ii y. h. nee there
r 1 - - ,:ai g r in I 1 v i 1 1 ii :,l.out, 11s with
..In i-j.ii. ,e:o. ,,,, 1,; N'ocxlrnnj)
I 1 . a ,0 .,. ij, tjnx food
. n I ,, 1 distributor,
I ' I ' i- . ' - i" 1 jierlcctly
'. - 1 In i . . eo lo the food,
1 ' to c.m-iii I Iy bel-
1 ' 1 - 1 i , r....k.-d ' e'l and Bch.
-no I. , a- with the
' " p i. I'.' ill this
h -i ill -n-
- ' 1 1 .1 iiy - eliollgll
1. 1 an I . I. -; 1 oy all new
c a,.. 1 - I..: y , a r- to coiiie.
I imjiiii doe.- no! deslroy its cflieiency.
Iheaboie lii.-l being gminmteed, what
m 11-e 1- there for any Dwelling. Restaiir
"I. lb I. I or Ship being inle-led with
f. - - '-I, All thai n ih, . make
a-ip o . 11 w id, ..il,. 1 p,,.t,l.. . Save
. in; "ii,- box i - w ... il, , t..i, 01 r jy
'I le- 11 .' .,!.,!
. e I, a b,.
ill I III!
kitelicn, ai,, I ii,,- 1,-ason of their being in
oilier pan- ol tin hoii-e. ordinal iiy, is
o:-- llnl hale I " . 11 . 1 11 en 1 1 1 1 1 1 iei' by
I 1 ' : -. !.: " 11, ! ' .il , I he fore-
''-"- . -1 y , ai can,
' 1 1 ' ' ' 1 - r. I'l IC 'iil'IH,
' . I- i n - !."". 1, ., -ah Agent,
L J. TAYL0E,
' '.' v I t.lii Str. .-1. T;i lot V (Jifclc,
I I ' . . (
Wv have about 15 "J
rolls r Straw Matting,' '
vvliici, wo wisii to elose J
out. 11' you need a
Matting tak(i your pick 7
of the lot at N.Y. Cost. J
We mean this, as wc
will close out the lot
and oet no more. :;;
J. M. HOWARD..;:
-I- TI : ItNwIt, 5v
The V holes ile and I hi nil Furniture Denl- -1
. r stiil LEADS in LOW PiiceR. ;iV" '
Thi L n-ge Fine Italian Booking Chair "da
it TI EN Lids lor .- I do, ns I tun the d- f
leader in low irieea and hive led this ,.,".'.'
I,irg ! R-itlaii Hoiking Chair down ,i..' d
I r. uu -s '.i 'O to I ..".o. -
Tin- .- tiie Lai.gii -I -K itlun Rocking j
' 'hail ill n i oil - e :i.l vet i-.'d in t.hjs ,..- ."
I' i". - 1 co., or sen I am I gel one ol'tdem a'.-
1-loo il '- b. Ide. All oiJcrs by mail .-'. '
-hall bail m 1 1 : . . n it altentmn. -"..'"'
N". M'd b, Sb. New Berne, N. O. "d t. ' .
Feathers -:- Cleaned -
Nave lour 15LDS. BOLSTERS and', b
I'll. I. ' r, a, on, led and made '-O
Pure and Clean.
Oood work, rind orders promptly at-.. "i
tend' d to. a -i
Wolf haiii ih.- oimtiy as well as tile
I 'ity -"ii' id il. Address,
- 1- HO VT,
Care Roberts A" Bro. d
Brick, Brick ! V
HA I.I) 1 1 A N I -M A 1 ) 10 HKICK!
iu iiny i iitin t it y,
At d. K. I'IGOTT'S,
N.-iii " Mm k.-t 1 .'!-.
ESTABLISHED 1865. '
( iencr.i I Merchandise.
I ' "I T l... I I . ( ' M ' I . CI ID.MS.
II 1 1 in ! . li.-i a lac -lock of BootB
and Mi... id i' ii f '- lb,- f , ;,i,d Win
let" tra il. I . ' i ..II, i I., lb. people of
New Hi in, aid . mni 1 1 .Hound better
burg lin- thai i mt b, f.r..;
i ii ii i.AiKjiisr soick ok
' i" I a, di. i iiy at rock bottom
' V. V. TAYLOR.
Eo Yiii'W!:! a Good
Tlie V;iStM-A. Wood
I- a. L nil ot hers
ii . r ht i,l inn.
," igeliii nl.
1 I : i 't lll'll io"n,
Ai ":v t.
r. TTrTTTr.-R z nn
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