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i . i .unl ippls ir is matter
t ne i-i
n .ling perplevity. New
pro ')'. ms are eout-taut ly arising,
aud day after day it becomes more
evident iha: the M-ieuee ot govern
r 1 . t-r 1 ' th ini)t li'fticnltof the
Tne otffii 1 t-,ttMl ilet'l ,!! iou
hit ??;e iiulsiii (t.i ernment can
Dr.-.: i-tj iui'1 under the operation
fa tatitV fi r revenue only is very
generally accepted as true, bat
iiw to adjust the machinery so as
o prndu(v thu requisite revenne
. in- tli fTpi-nnes of the Gov-
r -1, -11 t l.f ew rv citizen shall
t-.ir .111 .qn'table i-h ire of the
mdfii, i ditriiTult 8 to very
i-riy :irjacn tu impoisil.d
N lev. nue me inare is enduring
p. i- .q f ol 'ri.-rv.-r changing con
; - 1 ii w imli Heems to be
ifi- unu ir c e 'I- today ih dis
r t. 1! a- i :oi hi and delusive
x , ; 1 . Hi 1' ihcie ih no end
.-t-n.i ;";-. Bfheviug
1 ; IX !1IUI ILlCiiQjea Would
p-iveto !h ja.i and equitable an
j.- 1 1 r x i . m.fle a pfirt ol the
r ,: :; , h.. :i r. ti ju-t passed in
h)i ii iiv-usr-M of Cot' urea and is to
Mm- a l.iw withoir the approval
f Tin- IV. -.'(! ;. Imw lar, if at
, . -ivi-r 1 iu purpose for
i-j ended is a vexed
Men ot large fortune
evi-rj possible obetacle
(jLL - iOa.
in I's way.
It ib admitted, n the Savan
nah News, th.it the income tax
provision is extremely crude in
many inportaut, particulars and
leaves room for doubt as to what
its meaning is. It is the opinion
of able layers that the amount that
will be realized from the tax on
individual incomen will not bemuch
more than the cost, of collecting it.
The chief of the Bureau Htatisticsof
thioksthat tlte tax on the incomes
of corporations wijl yield anywhere
frow. SjOOO.OOO to $.50,000,000
Iho Secretary of the Treasury
estimates that the Treasury jvillget
about l ,HH,tHM I rom the incomes
of Unth individuals and corpora-
lint. 11 is not absolutely certain
thai the Treasury will ever receive
any ctinsivlei able amount from the
Then are other sections of the
new 1 arill law enveloped in clouds
of douht and uncertainty. Bat,
the.-, embarrassments may not be
of long duration. Every statute
has to pass the ordeal of the
courts, and the sooner the tests
are made the better it will be.
There, how is itl Why, the tariff
will go into operation and business
will revive. The vry contest that
will spring up will prerent stagna
tion, aud in a little while every
thing will be adjusted to the new
The South will have little to do
with contests over the income
tax. Few of her people have a
taxable income, bnt all of them
will tdiare in the beneficial results
arising from the resumption of
business and the consequent flow
of money t hrough the channels of
TIIK KKI'TBLICYN PARTY.
Hon. Benjamin Harrison's whisk
ers have been closely cropped, bat
his prfs.deutial boom seems to be
in tnil boom. Washington Post.
'I'li cropping of Harrison, s
whickers may be t b 3 prelude to his
entering the ring Pugilists and
game-cocks are trimmed for the
tight, aud the assurance of victory
is tudicated when the backer of
the m inor the bird says of him,
"He is in floe trim.'"
But Harrison will not make too
President 1 race for the Republi
cans in j&vmi, lie is too vuiueraDie.
There is too little oi him, and
too much of his mischief.
Tbe liepabltcau party is aggres
sive, or it is notning. a. passive
mtiu l;ke Harrison . can only be a
leader beu bolder, abler and more
magnetic men have autoganized
aud destroyed each other, and the
elemer ts of the party have become
so disturbed that a sedative is
required. If snch men as McKinley
and Ueod rossi each other some such
men as Harrison may be brought
forward because he is not great
enough to have made powerful
enemies and the tired belligerents
are willing to rest awhile under his
lo must not be inferred that
Harrison has no positive qualities.
He is positive in his littleness.
There is no 'probability that the
Uepiiblican party will gain the
mastery again. Its sins are too
great and its miqaity too nions-
tious lor i! eci- again to be put in
power by the American people.
What has it done! Prst and
foremost.it changed the form of
this Government, and then deluged
the land in blood to make perpet
ual its dei- iruction of statesrights.
It then struck down silver and
made free born men paupers in
this Heaven blessed land. It creat
ed a monetary system that gives
to the opulent ever increasing
riches, aDd shuts out the poor from
every avenue that leads to com
fortable living and personal inde
pendence. A system that can at
any time put its powerfull hand on
the throat of the nation.
The Democratic party is charged
w th failure. But, in what has it
It has failed to break the chains
forged and rivited upon the people
: by the liepublican party. Home
of the shackles have4been removed,
and we intended, with chisel and
file, broac'-ax and di dg ' miaer,'
to work until our p.--. I shall;
stand loi 1 1, red''''" -'. ret'-i'eiated
and disrtit bri I'd Mx- genius
of American Denn 11 1
The people of t he 1' ' Siht.n
are tired of seetio hIimh
tionabsin is the vital spark hut
kindles liepublican fiierc: Hies that
burn only to cousumu ail 1 hat is
good and beautiful iu republican
Harrison mav crop hiis beard,
but if he enters the ring he will
come out of it the best trimmed
man of the century.
NOTES AT RANDOM.
Denmark leads the world in
Boston was the first American
city to produce an American made
umbrella. That was S years ago.
The products of Arabia are
coffee, gums, hides and tobacoo.
Augustus was not the public
benefactor be is repreented. He
was the most exacting tax collector
the Roman world bad up to bis
time ever seen.
Vice President Stevenson's inter-f-reance
to prevent his daughter's
marrioge was qnite proper. As
presiding officer of the Senate one
of his functions is to break a tio.
Lord Ilosebery has become a
milkman, one of the most extensive
in Londen, bof. he does not have
his name on his milk wagons, as
Lord liaj U igh does, preferring to
carry on the trade under the names
of his managers.
The ancient Ethiopians salted
the bodies their dead and bung
them up iu a smokehouse to be
dried and cured. They were thus
kept for a year, when, perfectly
preserved, they were turned over
to the relatives for burial.
The Jjw prijes of which the
farmer often comp'ains, and which
he is in the habit of attributing to
other causes, are in large part due
to his inability to market his prod
ace otherwise than daring tbe
great rash, in which all are anxious
to sell, this being because the
roads which connect his (arm with
tbe railroads and markets are at
other times impassable for loaded
MeCl ore's Megazine for Septem
ber will contsio an interview with
the eminent French chemist, Ber
thelot, wbereiu he shows tbe time
is coming when all of the s'aple hu
man foods will be longer grown in
the fields of tbe farmer, bnt fab
ricated direo'ly from their essen
tial element" in the laboratories of
A wire message from New York
to Auckland, traverses a length of
line of 19,12-i miles, nearly three
fourths of which is submarine cable.
It has to be repeated or rewritten
fifteen times. The longest cable is
between here and Europe, say 2,
S00 miles, and tbe longest land line
is across Australia from Port Dar
win to Adelaide, 2,150 miles.
Chicago does not propose to let
ap on the World's Fair. The latest
proposition is to have a oyclorama
of it painted. The names of George
E. Daxis, D. H. Baraham, Mrs.
Palmer, Joseph Mediil, and other
prominent oftioialB of tbe fair are
mentioned in connection with the
project. It is estimated that tbe
cost would be $125,000, and this it
is proposed to appropriate from
the funds of the Columbian mus
eum. Nioola Tesla, whose wonderful
achievements in the line of elec
tricity are well known, thinks that
be will soon be able to produce sun
light on the earth at will. He says
that the light of the sun is the re
salt of electricity vibrations in the
91,000,000 miles of ether that
separate an from that luminary,
and does not proceed from a great
central fire, as the saientists bav
all along held It these vibrations
can be reproduced, the light will
lollow. The rapidity of tbe vibra
tions in a second necessary to pro
dace the desired result is, be says,
expressed by the figure five with
14 ciphers annexed, and he is now
trying to build a machine which
will produce these vibrations. It
would appear from what be say 3
that tlm vibration must be pro
duced in nothing or what comes
next to nothing ether for what
asserts that if one bad a solid
ehunk oi steel as big as a house and
could communicate to it this vibra
tion, it was instantly be atomized
Cruiser Montgomery Bound $nrth.
Wilmington, N. C. Aug. 21. The
United States cruiser Montgomery,
at South port for a week past as
training ship for the North Carolina
naval reserves, sailed for HamDton
Roads to-day, the cruise ot the re
serves having come to a close.
From the Seat of War,
London, Aug. 23. Tbe attempt
of the Chinese Government to float
a loan of 1,000,000 taels, to be
guaranteed by Chinese merchants,
has proved a fUt failure.
The American Consul at Shang
hai has ordered the Japanese liv
ing in that city to discard the
Chinese costume, and advises a
majority of them to return to their
Mr. Oteri, the Japanese Minister
at Seoul, is reported to hare been
killed. The stories in circulation as
to the manner of his death are con
flicting. COVE CORRESPONDENCE.
Personal Meation and News Items,
Miss Sasie Richardson of Dover
is visiting Miss Hattie White.
Rev Mr. Rose filled bis regular
appointment here, last Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Arnold and Mr C. P.
Arnold of Lima has been visiting
friends at Cove.
Rev., M. Ormond is holding a
series of meetings a Tuscarora tbis
Prof Rhodes principal of the
Trenton High school paid a visit to
our vincinity l-tst Saturday, in tbe
interest oi his school.
Our public hi h xil. under the
management ot t:e accomplished
Miss Julia Charlton closed last
Saturday., Miss Charlton, however
will take charge of another schaul
near here, next Thursday.
Mr Hugh Lancaster a young
man from near Vance boro, has
arrived and taken oharge of the
publio school near Mr. E. Z. R.
Tbe political outlook of this sec
tion is encouraging to a Democrat.
Pops are as "scarce as hens tooth"
around here, and we think they
will be still more scarce by the
COUHETT AMI JA( KSON.
Acei i' Un Sioux iti t !!' I'i..,...-".
tiou lo ri'lit r..r a $-'"., UOO
moUX CITY, I-.. -Vug. Jl. Cor
ueit's manaeer, William Brady,
has telegraphed his acceptance ol
the Sioux City Athl.-tic club's
000 offer for the ( '.irtiet f-.l ickson
Jackson telegraphed t'sterdny
that he would accept, if traiui.ig
expenses were guranteed him pro
vided the fight did not take place.
The clabis composed of forty of the
leading business and professional
men, who have jointly signed a
note for the $-!5,0OO, to be taken up
and the oash deposited when the
articles are signed. The clnb man
ager does not tell bow they c;ect
to pull the fight off. lie simply
"We can reach anyone ntjour
States within one hour's ride ol
Sioux City and wo have lo the
two Missouri river islands over
whicu neither Iowa, Nebraska nor
South Dakota claim jurisdiction,
within fifteen minutes af the heait
of tbe city."
"I will not permit this fight to
occur within the corporate limits of
Sionx City," said Mayor Fletcher,
in speaking of the elViil being
made to get a match. '"What is
more, I doubt if it will be ;iH wtl
to be fongh on Iowa soil. S ) far an
my jurisdiction is concerned I
shall unalterably oppese thr move
ment to have the baric fought
Sioux Ci'y's offer for the .lack
son-Corbett tight is fetill sowewhat
of a mystery to every bocy in the
city who is not, in the inside of the
scheme to biiug the liht here. The
thing was worked up very quickly
and quietly and sprung after .ill the
details were arranged.
The men who have appeare 1 ou
the Bufraca say they are backed by
the best people iu the town, and
hint who some ot them arc, and
when the best people are asked
about it they all refuse 1 1 give any
information and deny interest in it.
They all believe a priae right, if :t
is a big enough fight, is a good
thing for a town to have, and they
say they will make this the biggest
fight that was over held.
There is a great division of opin
ion in the matter in the city. Some
declare it is all a fake, The mayor
and sheriff say they will have no
fight, but the promoters of the
scheme only smile and say nothing
when these statements are report
ed to them. They declare they have
every corner guarded; that there
can be no interference by local or
Statb authorities and that they will
have the fight right in the city. A
favorite theory is that the scheme
is based on the face that South
Dakota, which lies across the Big
Sioux river from the city, has a
weak law against prize fighting
aad it is believed by the authorities
in the counties adjoining that the
fight can be pulled off within a
range of tbe soburban city street
oar lines in Sooth Dakota.
The telegrams that have been re
ceived to-day by the Sioux City
Athletic association indicate that
Peter Jackson is nou anxious to
fight Oorbett and is willing n get
oat of it if possible.
Triennial Conc'aye of Royal Arch
Topeka, Aug. 21. The twenty
ninth State triennial convocation
of the Royal Arch Masons of the
United States will convene in this
city at high noon to morrow. The
general grand Masonic council met
at 10 o'clock this morning. The
council is the legislative body of
the Ooptio degree or Masonry.
The fight between rival cities
for the meeting place of the next
eonvocation is well on. Southern
delegates want it to be held at
Atlanta, while the Eastern men
are divided between Boston, Phila
delphia and New York. Virginia
delegates are pressing the claims ol
A BATTLE IMMINENT.
The Chlnesp, .0,000 Stronpr, and the
Japanese Troops N'eariuir O119 An
other, LDPOV. August 21. A. dispatch
to the Central News from Shanghai
says the Chinese gnu boats and
war ships are cruising the Gulf of
Pe-Chi-Li, with the object of pre
venting the Japanese from landing
troops in China. The Chinese ves
sets have hiding places in the
numerous bays and arms of the
gulf, whence they are able to ob
serve the movements of the enemy
without being seen. A number of
Japanese war vessels are convey
ing troops in the Yellow Sea but
their destination is not known,
Li Hung Chang's army, tifty
thousand strong, and a large force
of Japanese troops are nearing
each other and a battle is imm
inent. Large Haul By Mr. Coiustocb.
New York, Aug, 22. Anthony
Comstook, agent for the Society
for the Prevention of Crime, made
a big haul of obsene literature and
pictures this morning when he
arrested Eugone Le Boeuf at hie
home in Brooklyn. The material
seized consisted ot 2,032 pictures,
500 circulars, 300 stamps Mr.
Oomstock took his prisoner at once
to the TJnited States Court, where
the prisoner entered a plea of not
guilty to the charge preferred, and
was remanded to the jail under
$2,500 bail for examniation on
MOndav morning next.
ii ABE tS CORPUS THREATENED.
Unless Coxeyites Are Released Pro.
ceeding's Will Be Commenced
Up to a late hour last even Gov.
Brown had not sent word to the
House of Correction lor the release
of Primrose and twenty other
Coxeyites at present imprisoned
there, in accordance with his tele
gram directed to Mr. J. H. Ralston,
at Hyatr-ville, hs published in yes
terday s Post,
It is stated, upon good authority,
that, if the men are not released
to-day, habeas corpns procediugs
for their release will be immediate
Shiloh's Consumption Cure,
This it Deyoud question the moflt
uooeaatul Cough Medicine we have
ever sold, a few dosei invariably cure
the wont case of Cough, Croup and
Bronohitia, while its wonderful sucouag
in the cure of Consumption ig without a
parallel in the history of medicine.
Sine its first discovery it baa boon sold
on a guarantee, a test which no other
medioine can stand. If you have a
cough we earnestly ask you to try it.
Price 10c, 50c, and $1. If your lungs
are sore, cheet, or back lame, uue . ni-.
loh's Porous Plaster, Sold by New I
Bern Drug Co. 1
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adjoining' 1 h,- ; , ; ! ' ; ; :,;; ,
lie said fr li !., c ,
tion Of tile l'n .. -i . -. .r- !
had never been )i:i!iic ! ti.t-ui
they wcrs tiiuch m -:e !.. 1 nr ? h.ia
the ones rented ;;. ir a j !,.
Paul H,-i m -.. - . : I
the PolUn ui V. m . 1 . a . . i..
agent t lut c, 1 c.- ti. d t it.- he
thought his residence ot ii i,c r-otus
in Pullman was r!t :tp al-;.j a .
He t hough that .t i-e I'-.liman ,
emp!ive h .d c : - ' f
a lane ' hey v.- is I ' : , h
n- 11 Iv so ach i!i
w v 11 1 i;hiv ! !:::.
Me. 1 iiar I i: Siain-ri. !. i-ii:i!in nt
lieCC: t ill i ( 'Jliliili! U T .,
Til." ' ! ' .1 T 1 -a- -, ,. ;.' c: if.
in a I v net' a 1 e . .- a a a -
melits ior t . r 1. . in.
itig ill ' he i a ia .
ill -id 1 ti 1 f i -! , i a I
City Oil t lie .'Hi? a
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j ont Lu-ia- m fit i:
j and by t'.e i"? .va
the ad vniico !' ai
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la-t n'gli'.as v, -1 s- ifed l, ta
cli urman -I -eige iS iinaiel B'acknell
ot Alabama, w 1- the u.-iapiolion 01 j w;;; n.,t , ,
the committee 01: reception, which j lie i.vtV -was
begun at a meeting that was ' A'i-1 wid n-e
held on Satuniav af'ternoou. hen ! Knew- n a :
the nnnlens of this itnnortant cnm.
mittee w;ig forme:, by the selection
of two or three representative men
from the southern htates.
At Saturday's meeting -Ui !ge
Blacl. well was ma-ie chairman ct
ilia nrr.liftiiliarr n . ,t j ta it i dnil
Mr. W. V. Scott of N. ('. pecretary.
Tl.ere were about ha. if a hnndrt-d
present, nil the so .them staits bar
one being represe.ited. After a full
conference t ho meet: nir adi.-jirned
untd the ee.ur.g of the o:h.-udge
Hl.iekwell cai a i t bo m r ; ti r u
order. He !. i vod i'a' ?ii preseu, i Towu am! v ;('inily'
would heat ta' co-ip.-r.:! ; with the j Mr. Taronago irom Pitt Co.,
committee n atraagoini-nts already j went to one of the stables in this
organized 'o make hiuv that ti:Ose ! town on Thursday hist: and a diffi
who attend th-- meet-rig ilex' week ' culty arose between him and a
wrtl be heait.iv v.a la .:ned and young rjrgro employed there,
cordially re'-eiff.' on th ,-;r anivai .Tarnnage &iot the mar: ltfl-cting
in this city. The n. iiii point he j a severe; if not a serious wound,
said was to be Mire th it ti.i dele- I he immediately went to the sheriff
gates to the mee-!ii? wei take-i in ' aid surrendered himself and ia now
hand by those ijn.'c familiar wa. ii . in prison.
the city aud '.;trdi-f,i to 'h pro.! On tbe 1 T-h iost at about 1 30
per chairman r,d oilier obi :..s:.- o'clock a. is:., he eujiiae on the
the convention. A. C. L. w.s discavored to be on
Repor;s aii-cady rt cclved in ; Hri; the fire was ia the eab, which
dicated serv.-d to show tli it the ! w is burned coa:iid. i-i'ily, but tho
crowd will be large and ho sug j engineer, Mr. Leans, a.i.! 1: ia shape,
gested that- tae cornmifte:) on re- iso tht ha pulled ti.o nam oat
oeHon b" .';-re .'.--ed to n;i;r ien ! uext morning.
from eaca eta to. Ta..s wa.r done aad An aau-'aal amount of rain ha-i
the following geiitlersien weia ap-1 fillea dariag th" past two or three
ps'nled to renresi-nt N. C. and Va. I weeks, damaging orops oonsidera-
North Ciroliua: (.'i.'-. W. Sand
erlin, JosephiH Daniels, Cel. Fre
derick A. Smith, YV. W. Long,
Capt.lt. D. Grab '-th. Dr. Sterling
Raffia, W. W. Scott, Geo. lie
Corkle, and Dr. Waker C. M ar
Virginia: Raleigh T, Daniels,
John Lyor.. R. U. Good. li. C. T !-
iafero, Geo. C. Heard, Charles M. !
lavis, andJ. K. Kogers, painted, and her broken machinery
Trm- ! replaced.
DKOWMXti RA.T1I Kit THAN Disj Mrs. Jane Selby of Like Landing
110N0K. I Hyde county, with Mr. Mrs. Laven-
, der passed through here enroats
Infamous Conduct of a I'eoria Jlan To-1 ..,r pltn icJ.i.
ward a Young Lady, : Mr. 1). W. Davis late of thia town
Peoria, III., Ang. Harry Mc- has just closed a saccessful meet
Doy and Jos e Colwell, the farmer ing at Paateg.?, with over thirty
a draughtsman in an aicaitect's additions.
office, aud the latter euip'.oed as
clerk in a cigar factory, were di ow
ned in the over here at a late hour
Monday night, and tin-ir bhes
were recovered late j e.-terdav after
noon. From the ai; earance of
their bodies when taken !'; m the -ran dariDg the time from Van
water, and the fact that t wo j Norden Street,
were heard quarreling in the boa? ! Many fish are being shipped,
some time afier leav.n ; a - .vharf, j ir. Clarence Litham, of Ply
there is no qaestioii ia- ihtt Mc-1 mouth, who has (since iz was com
Coy attempted and ; r-.ally sue- Ipleted) been in charge of the
ceeded in assaulting uaj g;i l, and ! elevator, has returned to Plymouth,
that in her strnggles the loat upset I
and both lost their iives. The i
young lady bore a aid repula-
lie Declines the Nomination and (;iiesi
Has l:if,!(i 1 I.i 1 1 d r.
Notwithstanding the earnest
solicitation of a host of friends
and a sincere desire to serve any
country in any position my fellow
citizens may sou fit to pi ice me, I
am forced by circumstance's beyopd
my control, : ilaela. t !;i n ami
nation fur Congre.-s in this D;s-
tiict for ibe eiiKuing touu.
I realize to the luil extent t ho
recrrct civ course v.'i'.i o, iuse.
especially to tho many ciadidates
in the field, but my dcte: miaation
is irrevocable and ?n not b1
changed. What i- ;h- jialtrv !
salary of n,0oo p.-r a m um m a niati !
occupying 'the !e.--a- a the :
commercial vsa , -a' - a, i !.-.
L:i3"ing aside : ' ii i idem.
tions, I could not . i; i to cpt j
the place, as it v. :!: -t-tr-ite
absenting n:jt-d! l-i uj oi. , oa at a
time from a great and growing
business which 1 am eoaaaotiag ia
the intereti of the toiliag masses.
A ii is well known thiou;l;out
this Siiiiiy Sont!i Lind, Rig l?-o,
The Great Ann rle m Ran'.nipt
Dealer i.i always on : aa loi l.ouf
for Rargaius in the mr.ac.t of his
customers: and having recently
bronght the immense Stock of
Cothing, Hats and Furnishing
yjity.n i i vi ill X . ' ' . iuuiuiuu Ml
Faj et tin die, In. C, at such a great1
sacrifice, 1 am thoroughly com iuced ,
that 1 e el be ol more set vice to ',
my i':a::i,;; - ;,: a ;:.' ia ia - of
hutUiier.-, deaiiti:! our go.al-j at ,
pr:ce ?:- i-r heal' 1 ;- be! a: a this :
... . . . , 1 r - ,
lirs-ll' a . ic el o -if . I I) -a 1 c -ail
line.;',!-, he ;:i th.' i.' - 17!-
Thaiikiug m ii. ends l.u :lie
honor intended. R.'si lte. T. (J. A.
R D.,cau be iou'ad tor a week or
two vet at his store in Thornton
Block where jou will always find
a hearty welcome ti 010 h.iri.
T,e: , n a
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w..s Kaa-I a I a a li a"- ' e
15";a J'aiti - h '.:j-.'avea?i-!'- tie : - ;i.;i;
day ami cvli ,:iged ).i-ipiiiuiis r.eiih-r
of which proved sii i-l.ieloi'v.
1 illTTls ;.:'s ) Nov '
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A 1 r.. la:- llyiie.
'flic u.-i i-; ai a i. I-
,v . N'li ion
Saiiiiiiai j of Kfccn: Happonlnirs in this
b:y, ana stopping tho sound of tha
at: Us, for lack of logu .
Mi'. Moorman, pa-ter of tho M.
E. Church iu aid towa has returned
from vacation at Ocracoko.
M r. Sam Spencor had a scaffold
to fall wit'a him a fev days siaoe
hurting him severely.
The Str. Aurora has resumed
her old caedale, after being re-
The Str. M. E. Dickeraon, be-
longing to tha N. and S. R. R. is
on Farrows Railway.
The bridge across the river will
be taken up in a short time for a
thorough over hauling and ferry
he has exchanged places with Mr. i
Mr. M. F. Haskett baptised 14
!" -rsons at old Fort, Sunday last.
Dr. B. Stilley is in bad health.
Siiumonsand Tilghman are to
pu". :i bind mill in their mill in a
fen- uas, Mr. E. M. Short will pn'
a new e.aa in place of thf one now
The political not doos not bail
i much as yet, bat will soon; ain
jp; 't-?f graat care, and good judge
; --xercised in th - nonii:;.t
i .1. ouil over,
i Mr. Suffolk Mile, i. .. r
j largely to hia residence ou eee-onii
Rarner has it, that the present
SheriffandRegister of Deeds will
bo renominated, than whom better
"ew can seldom he found,
Dr. Payne of Lexington will take
the care of the Presbyterian church
here about Sept. 1st.
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE. 4
BOOK Cr VLUA?LE lit TORM ATION FREE
S- FOR CALE CY DflUGGlSTS.
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LADIES uo you K.now
dr. tel.x le brun s
STEEL flND PEJ!NYIOYIL PILLS
entr.cDPiBinni ran only t-iii-.M il. P.ifoand ra
h.-ii.lo enn' mi i'i" market. Prico 1.00; bent by
iu;til. l7er:iiii:u : old tinl by
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist and
i bole Agent.
asri;v is )r. .S;init!i Pit flier's prescription i'or infanta
.aid Children. If -,n t a.i 11:-. uoi t licr Oiilum, Murpliino nor
'i hor i:i r'-e ! i-- n f --t :i :-r. It i r; Icirtnless sulist ittite
f-f I'm . zr,r-r'. I j r- .--. Soo liiiij Syrt-i.-, find Castor i.
li is I ica-:u:f . i' 1 rs::i.raitteo is tliiriy years' use by
Si i 1 1 In us :C ioi,it rs, ( 'astor ; 1 est mj s Worms :ii!(l allay
(V t '.:.! n':-s. Custo ri.i prevents vomit itsg Sonr Curd,
cures Iia;-rh:ra :i::d Wind Colic. C'asiori; rd'.'ves
tcetllitt'T t ! 'Ml; li-s, a;.-i-s e. iisli ty.ii i. . ri :u:d tlat ulciioy.
'.istoria asshi. .'hiti-s tlu- fiMfl, renla.ics i'nr- stoiuaeH
ilnd iini,.', tr-liflo healthy riai-i ;iat;:r:il sleep. Cas
tor 1 is tlio Cliil'lren's Piuiyi'iM-i
" C'. :mi .n is nr. r"- r,i r;.- r ,r .
r yL l n'st.T.' ' lly Uiiii int-L
ri t v-T.-t ' lip-.p . ..a ar.ii '
I'll. ( C '-:..
' cv .r;a i ; 1- i r.:-.!y f,r !
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i. r .lLuant h- rni a. n; -.vi?' '.;r-.-i 1 ;,
V tT- s; th,-:i 'nil a n, m I is.:-
i a; rmrra: si x. r- a n-.,
lO i'i) LjiCU lIltfTIieliy. Ul ,i
i-,L i-M AS A PREVENTIVE ;
JBL VSP KL4-J I y Ciller si-x it Ij ini:.-ilJetoci.mi..-t
real diiCiiMi.- ; iiut in the' ca-:'
I . - airily t.' KFOnruaaTii v Art .i
i .li (i.i.. .r rlu.K DTi.1 fAft W(1 1T..A.X
g lf Tt-wnro. IV,c:l.y ma.!. r-;-Uj;e
a. n i '.- 1 ..;-i ..it.-., iu
. i.i .i "ri-lnaai: " ;-r:.-
The CDtrTir tir.n :
F.S.DUFFY, Druggist andjDirect from the MiUs.
Sole Agent, !
?V-rA-. S. VV ll-.j-.i a,
Orders soiioitod arai ivoa proper at
ceTii'.on, v.-ith R&'.Uf action iruavan:eel.
VITAL TO ivIANHOOD.
DB. B. C. WEST'S XPBVP s VTi UBilv TKi.-. i r
MENT, a specific ior u-terin, l)iaiiip--s, Tits, .".a !
ralgia, Hca4ache, Nervous Pri-iration rauci-d l-
alcohol or tob.-icco, WRkefuino.?, Mcntai Oeprpsfiou 1
Softening of llrain, cuiu iusanity, misery, tlt-cav (
death, fremature OU A.'e, UarreiinH, Ijw- ,' i j
Power in either sex, Impotenoy, Leucorrhtpn i.:e! a?l I
Female Weaknesses. InvolnnCi-v r nj KT.i.rm,.
torrho?a caused by over-exei :ion of brain Se:f
abuee, over-Induli.-enri-. a month's trei.lmeui,
6 for $5, by mail. With each ord-r ior 6 boxes, witli
$5 will sead written miariiutee to refund if not cure. I
Guarantee! Issued by f.i-ut. WEST'S l.IVtK PII.I.S
curas Sick Headache, Jiiiiousne-s, I.iver Couipluint,
Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia and Conc-tipution.
OUAKAXTEES Issued only by
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist and
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mm b. s . i.
NE,VE &vas: aet!AlfJk '
A nice lei of DRIVING & FARM Horses for Hire, Sale or Exchange. Farm and Wagon Mule.&
Agency for the Celebrated Piedmont
Also for Ifaii'l'.li'li ai"! 1 m.g's light Puguic..
Prices Low for Cash or Negotiable paper.
J. A. JONES,
South Front Street, Opposite Gaston House, New Berue,N. C.
CastOi i " .
a :t ' i : a ,t!i j? !r.n thfl t
1 1- . ' ' -. . : i pt mil
.is.- ! D.,
:.i i: - a . ..ii..;. ii, N. Y
i.tn: i.'i ?! ' -Ini ir-:i's depart
-.... n In; ';- - -i" l i. ir ei jw-i i
r i.i!i.,.a- i.r.t. t..-o v;iii C;iiit.jrii
;-?i :vc only liavo ainon 1
r ir-s -svli; t i;; l,oiwn as r-;ui l
I . ,-,,i,r.-H tl.;it li
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i I . . an:- I 'i i s . , i: y
; Eew Orleaas Molasses,
riglit off the farm in
louisianna, from first
Also u full stock ot ol her (l:oc
I .....I 1:.... r 1..'
i in . anil i.iiineiN si 'i i-s. mi Mi lie
j cheap. Cull and see me, it will
! pay you.
"DDFDADP fPfl VWVQ pnnT
f lllMiUUIi IU IV.MiI UUUlJ.
Has dust Receix cd a Supply of
SIJ ErAKl) S
Lightum? Ice Cream Freezers
Ice Crc:ira IdCczcrs.
NEW BERNE. N. C.
IC. II. JOIJES.
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VST, - ' VV
DE J. W. WARD.
NEW BKliNE, N (J.
( )tl'n c. in DutVv linihliii.
a 24 3m
Dr. E. H. GOLDBERG
Office Henry Building.
M :i. lie l rei tju t . i-en III 1 an. I I'lilleek
Nnrtli Episcopal church :inl,
New 1-Jcrm- N.
.liicksonvillc, Onslow Conn.-y N C
DR. G. K. BAGByT
' Mli' - Mil.lle ii i (. i'jiiiisi!e It.iplii-t
NEW BKKNE, N. ',
DR J D CLARK.
ID ilXTTI ST
NEW I5EIINE, N. ('.
iiHi. eim Cruveii Si reel, I e' ween I'.aiurk
J. H, benion, "m."d. dd., s.
-:-NRW - BERNF. N. 0-:-
? Mi. I'll,- st. ai. l-'l.xir.
Tielh l'ill;ie:'il illlnul I'.iin iiy Hie u-e
of Nil r.uis Oxide (iat.
! P. H. PELLETIER,
! A T O K N K V 4. T U It .
: Pollock efrcet, First room ahovo Farm
er's & Mi-n hant's Batik
Vlll praolloe Iu lli Cnuntivk l 4rv.
trleret, Jnnes. OdhIo w urnl Ikun.l1cc.
. United Slain l?ouri l N.w Horn. n .
eiirro ijourt or tuft Him
WM. E CLAKKE,
Olliee, 72 Soot h l-'i-ont street op
posite Gaston House.
1 H frfrtniirTjT m w
; Keal Estate A"eiiL
New B "ne, N. C
Connections. New Y rk
Boston and Canada.
i Timber lands.
Do yoa want to buy t
Do yon want to Hell X
100,000 Ariis of Lurid in hind lor dis
posal. I 11.500 Ai n-s, Trn.t rond, 0 miles ofcily.
Tinihei' and Truck.
J. J. TolsorTs.
WITH THE CASH
Trices will surprise
Stables free to our