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SLOOPer Year INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. Single Copies, 5 Cents.
VOLqXVHI. NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C., JUNE !:, 1895. NO.'l?
r for Infants and Children.
pnOTHERS. Do You Know that lapeorio,
1 hi ii - ltalias.s.nl twtspa, Godfrey's tX-njiai, mmny so-called tSoothinp Syrups, uj
'V assat laassdiea far csfldrsa ara composed of opium or morphine
tasAogisnmaiid saorpai&e ape stupefying narcotic poi--ns ?
s " P Kr taat Si asas MmMM Hniq not pemiilW to Sell DAl-COlicS
Kwww thai you should not
"J" or0" pfcysadaa SXK--r of what it
P Tut Kwwat that Castorfci
- ttl B-frsdieata to pubiiahsd wiU e-rcrr boule f
Taw Kawsr t&a Pactoria la the prssatptkra of the f amrms T Samncl Pitcher. 1
- Taa kaa anaa hi was foe mrty thirty years, and that more Castoria is now gold than
;. mt B tlhat lawaiirita tor chfldrao wanraaag f
r ' - Vw Rrar thai the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
athar maanl i ha hare aancd ezdoshe right to Dr. Pitcher and hix assigns to use the word
Ctzia. aa4 ita formula, and that to imitate them Is a it&te priaon offense ?
" P Taut Kaw that m of the reaaoaa for rraDting this government proujetiou was
heeaaaa Casars la and W prow to ha a Imtaly kavraalaaaT
P Tan Ke-w that 35 aTCrag doses of Castoria are furaiiOicd for 35
P Taai Kwthat whaa poaasaaed of
ha kef wall, aad that yea assy fcava mnbroken
rg, Aaa tal are worth knowsag. They am facta.
Children Cry for
L. H. Cutler &
. , ..... f, vf Vs
Handsome Stock,M 233 cl3 -
- C I aaV "S.
We hare lost recelred a new stock of tlie
kaataoaaat Baor Carriages that we have
nr broagbt to -astr a North Carolina, and
wa will aril thewi at Hivck Bottom flRoreu for
r eat tune or will trada them lor old
- We alas, nare a handsome stnek of Rattan
Boeks for oady el-itt. Same aise yon see
aOrartlaed lor tUSu.
. ' " Wa haTe also Just reoriTrd another band
sals' atoek ot r-traUure ooeaistins: ol highly
poll she. 1 Red doom Bait, Ward Kobe. Kx -
. . t-askm Table. High Bark Dining rloom
Chairs all ha oak and made op in the latest
My las; aiao alca Top at oaqaito Canopies.
r. Wa aara also Jast reeiTed another lot ot
. Haw Hardware and ntlery Cook tttnvea,
Gaawl law Conk Stoves. Croekeiy, Tin Ware,
' C tassware and handsome Parlor Lamps,
Has-arkaa kantna. Stand Kampe, Toilet Sets,
. lew raasa Tr eaers, aast lots ot other goods
too aameroaso atealion. MT bougiit this
' larg aaxl entire seoefc toe spot cash aad it i n
- atilrs u to sell it st Kork Bottom figures tor
Cash. So to aw eoatrlao- of the mine eaJl
. aad nsois-a our stock be lore purchasing
aisawhora.- - ours Kespectlnlly,
. :tew3,FL.dL"9 & EriTr. Co.
aWa1A n Middle St.
New Berne, S. C.
Do You Need....
Ice Cream Freezer,
Wire Screen Doors,
and other Seasonable
IF ISO, CALL ON
L. h. cut ua & CO.
"ttrng experience mado hint wise." O v
- That w the only way some of us
learn wisdom by experience, hovr our
experience has taught ua that the
best is always the cheapest. When
tod need a tout of shoes try onr
line of them, they do not cost mnoh
more than inferior shoes and will do
twice the serTice. Trices three to
fire dollars. New lot Handkerchiefs
J. M. HOWARD.
BRICK! Brick! BRICK!
: BEADY FOK DELIVERY.
No. I nrJ Brick C
Sn, 1 Salmon. (.",
Not S tjalwoo, rairnbte for
inde filling of buiMing, -4.00 "
; &TTot special pnetioa lota tl 10,000
an i or n
E. B & J, A. M EA DOWS CO.
permit any medicine to be pivon your child
this perfect preparation, tout children may
la on OTtry
MADE FROM PURE FIG IRON.
Not one pound of Scrap Iron
fas eror used in these goods-
DURABLE, CONVENIENT aad ECONOMICAL.
All Modern. Improranents to Lighten
Twenty different Eizes and kinds.
Every Stove Warranted Against Defects.
Prices not much higher at this time
than on commoner kinds of Stove?.
CaU on oraddrtx
Co., Nn.Esme, N. C.
A Limited Quantily
BLACK AND CLAY TKAS.
At CHAs. B. Hilis,
in 81m New Hern, N. C.
JAM G. TD1SLEY ni CO.,
IMPORTERS A Vf AltT' F ACTrRERS OF
Office St Faetory at Richmond, Va.
C.E. FOY, Manager,
irrwEESNS roa eastesn vobth
f fT-We oflir on time for cood feerjrilv
aSl'ASOAKU COITOX Gl ANO. pi"
atite November 1st, 1896, one ion (iuano
for 40IIHji. aterhanttiblc MiddluiL; Li d
Cotton. The cotton to be delivered iu
Xtw llerue on or before Nov. 1st. ISfio.
A liirye tupnlv "f Kainit on hind ami
will be sold at rcsonal.le prices. 12 lm
A PET -STOCK-TABUS,
for their immense cat
alOgUe tO be lSSUeCl tlllS
month. It costs only
EGGS FOli HATCHING
WM. II. II.VYNES,
No. 3- -v. 40. GitAi K Avr.Nrii.
West Washington Merktt. Xkw VmiK
Repueskn'tkh in N kv Hkiink
W. E. SNKLL1NG.
Are yon Going; to Paint par
MliBi tMs Summer ?
Ifsortfew thioprs should inter
1st. The QTJALITT of Paint to fca used.
2nd - Its CoTering Capacit7
4th ITS COST.
J-f '?" I lave, von ever heard ol LONG
MAN MAIillNKZ Pure Pamts.
ihe actual est of which is le-s than i1.2-"
per gallon t If not call or send for a
the-se p:imLs once you will tne no oiinr.
ViX" 1 fi ll IJ 1 V3
). c. wHifty a CO.
?os'(i am nun; s.
( ('nme, let u o!os ti e n.-r.
i And r st l.ont':ith tin- l rt - .
I An I lit 1 1 o m itv It-.
j At sport u i' li i-m y ' ' .
t)ur i est i-; ainoii h ti-i tin.'.
! IV. , t!.i- c ll' i t w :ir:
! -M! ir;jp t :l c:U.' " l'i l;Ii1;.I1!:
i l'i o.'tico l'i nit -o t tir.''
, "I.iiuV w:ir for hiia is ovi-r.
I Ik w:ii nor t W s li i : r:
We left l.im urrux tlie i ir'.
; At rist lnjtn a ! h tin- '-.'"
i ' (Vrno, lit ii? nvs- tin- liwr:
i 111 o li" liiive si'iiu li.fur.',
j d 1 1 -lt"tl in t ie si rite t"i' tV.-t'ilmi-.,
' Wait u.- on or.il. i" -lime
I S ' bright I'.ic sr.nsl'iiu! s j ;:tk U s,
r-o mi ir liitir. lie- l'ie ze;
j Conn-, ! : u- cro-s llie rivrr,
An I ft: In -math the tries."
( ' l is t one bill ro-Mir.ls ; s i i e i ;
liet us a. once einb ik.
(.' mc, men wit'i lii;uts inn hmnle. i;
We'll ? ti m the t i T - with a-e;
We'll em's i lie il wi'iL' rivi r.
Aiul ifst 1 luiitli tl.etiei s. '
" '( 'im.c- li 1 us iT's tin- rivi f,
Tl.e iU inir li' crif':
An,i li.-il, ot lif. i Ik- (iiver,
lleiii'.le-l liim tr. II. - side
I. i'e's war for hin; is nn r.
Tlie ar l ;or t iik is hi- e . s t-:
'A"i- hit him iicios- 1 1 1 1- river.
At ii st liei eatu lie ! n-e-. "
tiik i om:i)i;icati: soi hikk
T'HOs. C. innilA.M, KUKKTUX, N. ('.
Written for the Jouknai..
Oil, n iitehle-s lit roes ol the South, the
b: a vest of lb-' brave.
How gallantly e loiiitlU f r ii-,lits our
tiue foie-fallii rs saV1'
I'ntoui In d bv I. veiitn li mils ye bore your
boni.it- thin of bine,
rriuniphntit over every held, 'till none
wt re left to do.
trniios mine succe
sive'v wiill fiv
And still was borne victorious thi- bnnnic
fl.u: f b'ue.
But cordon alier cord hi wilb a million
nu n and mere.
Our valiant band environed an hundred
to a .-core.
Like Spartans .it Therii'.opyhie, but few
were led to tell,
now ilie serried lanks drew nearer and
dearer us they lelh
And how m many a conflict wi;h the set
ling of the sun
Tlie -wounded led a leader's giiel at vici'ry
Oh, was ever coinage greater, than
when in li ice array,
A flying likr.il"s pillow was the soldier
While the whirlwind of flic bilile around
ilieill surge., and swayed.
Yet en the dying soldiers brow a soothing
band was lu.d.
In the morning of the conflict, b; fore
the evening shade
I ! - mantle il deep ivourivng '
home h id Ian I
Each Cont'. tl. I'i.le wore his laiir
br.iVe soldiers do,
And nt ver jeered the ei eiuv th,
As flfuinikss on the bat tleiii Ul
went avv ;iV.
Their arms weie hue 1 but to
gnu ol liberiy.
The ciadle of their birdi
wrecked by civil strife.
For the sovereignty ol sialtJieo 1
gave his manly lite.
rt justice to tin ir ashes now
A crown of glory for each brow
tyred hero's name. J
Ten tlioosind tonkins memorial
VCll'S sllL'LtLlllllg J'LilfS
Shall tell their Mory ovi r gtaves
flowers draped in tears.
TIIKCRAV JACK KT.
In nn old neglectid gam t.
Alone. I stiayed te-.lay
And inul a heap ef rubbish.
I found this jacket gray.
Aud'myeyes o'i ifl wc.l with te:iis.
And my bosom II, robbed wiib pain.
As Ix-nding softly o'er it
I saw a crimson stain.
Oh! memory, throw thy mag'e wand
Adow n the ye, is foievirgti',
Upbfi time's thick obscuring veil,
1! touch the tints ti"W dim and pale.
A gallant Ixind'- before u,e no.v.
How bright the i ye -how bod the brow
Dear country cUnms the hand
Anil lienor bids each g ,
To strike a blow in fncdom's cause.
To lrattle g i ust lor foe.
! A gallant line in ma.t al gray
i With baniieis waving high.
n,; - -
i Or :n her -ei vice- die.
I know I loved my country well
't l angui-h liiis my heart.
As in ihe flush ot outli and hopt
I s e thesj boys tlei.i"t.
nd -till 1 1 tut
Haik. ilren v
An I the gia
A pall, above
1 1 nioti ders o
its on wa i d tl ght,
.1 o ket long
i he dt al.
1 ii Carolina'., vale.-;
lis reipiieni ti, rough t in Soulhl.ini
I ) mournful en 'cure walls.
Oh! t'e'cc ol :'. day gone i.y
'I'hoii hono:e,l jacket gray,
1 I' dil t bee up wii h h, pes 1
A ml -gently put a way.
ei (eel we:
, , loihe aad t-l - ll
iieigl.b ,r :
Hi r e. e and b.-a 1 1 w ere all to bold,
ut now h'-r willing l.s-t are very weary.
'eio'er bautis -ii.- pale ami neive-
i ale i
lc-s glowi :
in not li-e .
t Ihink not
W,;h her. A b
In r own
Is t vi r with In
1 1 ut ring.
And s sin- w
w at ehi lig
And w aitf' I liiit'e;,! 1 v for
hath d, lie
A i.d w eh on e gr.ln-t
XV I at she COllM
( di. friend ' In hi a'lli !
work might I e.
A I'd now in -i t k in s-
t:l. u io me.
I ila.-gow Herald.
1 )ry. 3 f" G. i ' reeii ,
Highest cash prices
te. Bteswax, 23c
lor lii-les of
m22 8m J. D. DIN KINS,
I ston ew A l.l.
I) I S K A 5 ll F ROM W A T Ell S U P P L V
Every Municipality Should See to
it That its Citizens Have
Pure Water Alninilantiv.
; II i ily or Town Will Mot (In Thin or
its Own Affonl (he Slate Should
ompel ll-TUe Salely of llie Pnl.lie
II, Kill. Demands it -l'r li. nl III...-
rations l llnriuliil .eKle-t.
T)lioiil fever has appear..! in Water -
town, N, .. and ihmiji the epidemic is
siit.si.liiiir tln-ii- au'u'iae .ipprehi lis;, ns
ll at the c.iis-v n. ne ii;liin-tt-lv line- l to
, the pollution of the w iter supply Wind
sor, 't., Ii:id r siir.i'.ir epi leinte n hicii
was due wliolly to polhitttl w:iter and
l-ancnster. l'a.,is in a state bind, ring on a
' panic for i h-1 same .an-e.
It is iinie.s-ihle to exen -i.-e ton niueh
, care in this re-pect, am! it i-in- now a -
lliouih the s eal er cities an-1 ton ns ere
- the wor-t . tfenders against ordinary de-
rene w I. ,r.;r rit e- ire nlopti-ii; sx-ientilie
p-vc.iiitiouarv mi a- tr i s mile a more i a pi' I -
ly than sii,:,i1pi- on-s, and the result is i
that the death rate in lnr'c cities is c. n- i
Mantly :n: iimvit, ullhe it is al'ii. st
i stationary :it mi the mcrea-e insinall.r
This is due larelv io a nii-uii-
Ii I s ;iLl' hi) j ol liVL-'ienie iiriiRioh-s. while
large c ties have long ago discoveie 1 that 1
i watt r will produce and convey disease
girms lanbi-r mid more generally than i
a:iy otlu r ngeiit. the ronservatiriii ol smull-1
er towns has pievi nt- t tceptance ol this
! hygienic propi'silion and bundle Is of
deaths oc. ur y. arly in const ipieoce. I u i
j constant dis.-u imi o.' llie thinners sus
, pended iu a gl .ss of water and a wider
I comprehension of the necessity of per ft ct
ipuiity have led to investigation of the
i w.it. r supply in many small town, re
sulting in purer w ater and decreased death
Speaking broadly there is no neces iiy
for typhoid fever. What as once looked
upon as a vi-itaiion of divine wrath is
now known to be due to ciiminal human
caieh esr.eas. nd the city or town officials
who permit the water supply to remain
polluted when they know full well the
dangers of such a course, should be liehl
guilty of criminal neg'ivt if duly and
dealt with ac. ordingly. There is no lon
ger cxciu-e for such palpable negligence.
Wntertown declaies th d its condition
lias bet n txi ggeiated, but admits that it is
serious. In the other ca.es cited there was
no exaggeration The I nets were even
worse i Kan tne published statements, par
'itular'y in Windsor, Vr.
Such n.atieis are tit subjects lor stale
interfeieuce. If a ton n will not care for
itself, then the state should take care of it
by compelling siniiary precautions atd
.ttteniiou to llie )titity of the water sup
ply. The time tor playing with disease
and death is p'.st. Tlie d ctates of "com
mon humanity should lead to a more
thorough knowledge and wider applica
tion of scientific commonseuse to w ater
supply purification; hut incase conserva
tism re arils the onward march the law
slinuld compel the inossfaeks io catch the
step t f progre-s, to the end thatnocili
7. -n"s lite may be endangered by die im
purity of water. Fire and Water.
The alicntii n dial is now biing turned
to drinking v ate1- as a source ol Lealili or
disease, according to its purity or im-
I put it y is couimei liable. It is a subject
I that belongs to I -e unlet stood by the
j m i-scs t vi u as it is ui.derstoo I by those
who have given it careful study.' with its
proper ventilation by plain articles in
periodicals winch emulate extensively in
the homes of the people; the day is at
hand wheu it will be so understood, and
with the p.opcr understanding will come
the tlue obst i vance of the laws of health
along Ibis important line.
New Kerne is forluna'e in having water
works w hich furnish water that stands
the test of anal) sis by ihe lest chemists
and colucs off with il puiity and heallh
ludneKi perfectly es'nb.ished. The more
that Water of tins character displaces the
use of water from shallow wells which
comaui snrfn c impuri'tes the letter it
will lie for the health fulness of the
If the Baby is rutting Teeth.
Be sure and use that old and well-trietl
remedy. Mi s. Wiiislow 's Soothing Syrup
for children te. thing. It soothe? the child,
-ofb ns the gnm-, allays all pain, cures
wind colic and is ihe best remedy for
diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
m:vs i brief.
Paris bankers hive concluded a C'hin-
cso four pi r cent, guaranteed loan of !
tlG. 000,(00 guaranteed by Russia.
3. COO people are attending ihe Univer
sity (.e iteuuial Commeuceincut.
SimpS 'U county expects to realize len
tlioiisand dollars from its huckleberrv
j crop this year.
I The students of Davidson College are
! to given banquet at the Puford hotel,
i Charlotte on June 13.
Ex-Cov. Bob Taylor, the lecturer, mar
' tied Miss Baird. ot Asheyille. a cousin to
the late Senator Vance.
A Methodist in Connect ient has given
(en llionsind dollars to the New Orleans
1 University, an institution of the M. K.
! church lor colored people.
! Tlie C'liir'mttj Library Association are
, just now r-juicing over the payment into
their treasury of $1,000, bequeathed to
I them by the late Gen. Hufus B.trringvr.
Three of the four members of the Board
j of Hialth of ihe city of AsIilvUIc have re-
I signed because the charter, p issed by tlie
la-t Legislature, took practically all its
pow i rs from the board.
The cause of the Cubans is exciting
ninth sympathy throughout the world.
. M mv sincerely desire te see the little band
of Cubans whip the Spaniards. We shall
not be suipriseit to see the annexation
f. vir rim high among the people ol the
I United Stab s.
I In regaid to the anvst of Frank Blair,
loimet ly of Asheville, N. C.. in Ios An
geh s, (.' ilitoinia. the charge against him
! should have leen state.! as cruelty to chil-
i divn and nod child-inurdei".
The Pr. sident
as appoint, il Edw ard
A. Bowers A-sisttnl Comptroller oflhe
'l'reasiirx . vice
II. Piigh to b.
f..r Ihe Navy
M ins.ir, de.-caseil, and win.
And. lor of the Treasury
Depaitnien'. vice Moitoii
Rhcnmatism Cnroil in n liny.
"Mystic; Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to i! days.
Its action up 111 the system is remarkable
and. mystenou-. It removes at once the
cause and the disiase immediately disap
; pears. The first dose greatly bemtits, 75
Sold by Henry's Pharinary.'New Berne
: N. C old custom house building.
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
When sit.' was a tihil.1, slirt cried for Castoria,
When she Us-ame Miss, she cllln to Clustoria.
Wheu ul..' ha.l I "ii:!,lr.-i,, she t'av.'lheiil Castoria,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
I Al l.ll I AT LAST.
Ami ou in Jiiil fir Kobhci-y t'oiiiniil
ted i.ast -loSor.
On the 2.1 of lust Oe flier Mr. .I;iu, rs 1-;.
Smith's store u iu.lo.v is hr ,ken upe.i
and rublie.l of niei luindi-e . 1 1 -1 ' : j ed in it.
Tlie robb ry u:i- t .-umh .1 iii"ii (Uorue
I'll i ft f, :i vonnu' n.L.'1'i in in liiis nt
C'auip I'lilimr. ih i ee inil. s 'vi.in ihi- i il
but be Inis sulci i-iied in evudn ; liu-
i ()flicers ( f the l iw up to the present
but :lt l-.st lie Inls be -n takei'i,- llie
w a made by Mr. (hi,-. .
. sieeial lciuty -berir!', whi
appointed llie e;i-i. r to
tlu- purpose, lieear.-e l'hi'er w.ml
reeoiruie hi in as an oilier ot I he
lie would any of the regular ones,
: Mr. liiny found l'lilfer iieeli' : x r :
j liole in tlie r.nmd which lie ha 1 coven-,
j over. Mr. Bray with tlie In lp of tii
j otheis placed irons, up-m I. is in n ,e.
j tlun brnunt liim on io town.
; He was examine 1 belo-e S. K. S'lp. t
E.., and commit tc.l to jail in d.-f mi nl :
bundled doll.-u-s bail,
1 l'liiler. it -e-:n-. i- a pre'ty b:i 1 eh Hue
, ter with other eli ires jKimlin-.r iitit
A M It li WOKKIMi lll'Kt II.
llie Mew Itaplist One ol This till.
MTint Tlie- Aeconilisliel Ini.t.- ol
From a letter written by Mr. I), (i.
Suiiiw, to the X. (.'. Faplis!. we take the
i loliowing ( traet-: .
'Swing in a recen' issue of your iaper t
ancxlr.ict froai the New llern-- .loriiN.M.
inreferenee Io tin-formation of a Second;
Baptist Church iu this city, (now known,
as the Baptist '.'"sbsniai li i I thought pi r
haps a little pen sketch ot what has be, n j
done since then might inteiest yourself a-!
souieof your many leaders and nfglit be,
an incntivc to spur others on in active1
wotk lor the Mas er. i
'Organizexl on the 5th ol May. the Tih. t
we elected oar 13,:ml of D.acoi s. Secre- !
tary ami Treasurer steps weie also tak n
for the immediate call of a Pastor, but this
latter duly, the Lord relieved us f and '
sent to us a man of his own choosing, a
Wake Forest boy. the Iiv. v'has. Spur-'
gcon 15urgess, ol Camden county. He:
preached his first sermon to us on Sundnv
llie 19th inst in a temporary church lnnl-
ding, ereete I since our oru.x .Uon TUc Uri.nl pll,t laiitor-Preaeiier
near enough C'.mp'e ion tor us to hold Uas Aw
servicts in. W e are Dow ho tlm r uightlvl .. n, n ,
praver services. Pray for us. " " Kev. Dr C . 1 . B o ,ey ibed at l,,sre-i-"Bro.
For. I says, we move so i-st that I e !" Ur: , n- lnorml' al
it makes his head sn im, iindxoii might j ' ''J. tj J-ais
think thft it doiss look little hustling. 1 '' Hall;'-V w ' ." P'on.i
butto simphiy it all. the Master wants "ft V" llttors ,n the state He
crnest workers and we off r ourselves tor, ,; rl eidy y,,,rs t-tlitor ol he
unto Him with the praver .o use u-. More 11,'hc:;1 "f"''1;- t!' leading Papti-t
anon ,. 1 - journal ol ihe Shite, ai d one ol the tore-
it- .,.., ,,.u..,. i.i... , e nio-l exponents of tlr.it den"ini c.il ion in
.. ii. iiuit i-- . .j... ni. . . i i
the z alous work by the meinbers of Un
church, but we will enumerate what ibey
did within tliiity days more particularly,
Witl.div-u-IV.-ini Ilia Mhhlln sl,-e, ( I'.-i-v.
tlie Pajr list
Called a pastor.
Puilt a Tabernacle
Organized a Women's
Hud a Sunday school picnic.
And, begun a sprits of meetings.
All this took place w ithin the tir.-t thir
ty days of the church's cxisteuci .
The protracted meeting is still iu prog
ress and is meeting with success, under
the preaching of lie v. It. K. Pet le of Wil
mington. Meetings are held nightly am!
conversions are resulting.
THE CONTRACT AWARDED
For Driving tlie Piling Fonntlatiou
to Onr Ftihlir Building.
The work ol erecting the New Bt-rre
public building is about lo be resumed.
Messrs. Grace &, Hytle, of Chicago, upon
liug awarded the contract for its con
struction begun work pro nptly and wt re
starting off with commendable vigor, but
upon excavating fir tlie foundation,
quick sand, as our readers know ,as found
which nect tssitated piling Ixdng driven
to secure a solid foundation and this ne
cessitated ihe delay of making a contrai l
for i hat portion of the work, it not baling
been expected and consequent 1 y not hav
ing been provided for
The plans and specifications were made,
bids adveitised for an I receive 1 and at
last the contract is given out and matters
are in readn.es for the work to begin
The successful bidder is Mr. I-'iank
Baldwin, Washington, D. C. IPs bid
was $2,100, (the lowesi) and be niters
into oblig ii ions to have the work eoin
oleted in :15 days fiom the date of con
tract. Wc can conlidently expect Hie work lo
be begun shortly for a lorieit, is up tor ils
completion within the speeifie I time.
Tlie piling will be driven deeply and
cemented over, so the foundation .vill be a
strong and durable one. well sti tetl to Un
handsome and heavy, brick, stoii and
iron structure which b. is b support.
HOTTEST EVER FEET.
Veil Hermann's Books Show no Worse j
Weather on Record Than That Just;
Cloud burster and weather regulator I
Vor. Hermann in speaking of the w eather j
yesterday said: flieie is nothing 011 ;
record to show higher nmperature on j
any previous fourth ol June." !
The registrations since the olsl of May 1
have wen us, too, :m, ;m, v wit n an
average of 00, ihe greatest avcrege for any
five consecutive days in June that is on
i-ecord In 1887. in the latter part of l he j summer Sclioo'; I)r. A. K. Winship. ed'tor
month, the official register Irom the 17ih j , w r lH,, .b,;-:n :l of Fduc-itioii;
to 21st inclusive were 91, 97, 97. 101, 94, ,. pedk Miller, th - S tub's favorite dia
an average of 97, which record had not j , M1. ,ki iv Miss 'ir"inia Culbert.-on,
been smashed until to-day.
In June, lo'SS, the longest ln.l spell on
record was from the 17di to 27ih. u hen
tne mercury was aoove ;o mr ten 11 ins.
going as ingii as iwi.
Perhaps Mr. Yon Hermann p'ea-e I
the oeoole when he said he would let li
I h lVL. a thunderstorm this afternoon and
cooler wi a1 her lor sevend das. Eveiy
, 1)0,)v km.w m,-
lht.n ,lf). Cl,(,
A'oli Hertnaun would give
weather alter aw hile.
Reports last night show that the tem
perature litis moderated all ov.-r th.
country,' only sliglit iv lntlieSoiilh, but
virv consideraljly over New England and ;
in "the. West as far Ea-t as St. Lotii-. ;
where the h'ghest teinjierature Tuesday
was only 72 tlegiees, wind from the north-i
u-fssf Tbe hi'dtest tiiiinrriliiris w-re i
recorded oyer'North Carolina. ' Btil.-iah
i...i;.r ;.i, ist fimi-L.ttn VtMniiii r.
Vnl-.ll.. n..',l A,,-ln 1 oo
lOll. .inul-. ii,,.. iiumui iie," leowiio,
I 90 degrees.
I The irospects are very favorably for
j thunderstorms with moderate rainfall this
' afternoon or evening, followed by .ooltr
, weal her.
! The highest b-mperat ur" ever ol - rved
: in Ka'etgh was 103 July 18, lfS7. Ital
! eigh News it Observer.
Another Clood llrick Yard.
The quantity of brick made around
New Berne is getting to be considerable.
Bt sides the yards which we have recmtly
noticed, the one ol Mr. J. R. Pigott's at
New port is doing good work ;.t making
and supplying good hand-made luick.
Over forty ihousan I brick have ju-t ar
rived io 1 lie oi ' v from this vaid an I tin-
out put during the season is expected to
be between three and five hundred ihous -
:i k.i;i r m.vi ii.
l r. Sam u
Willis ol 111111 1 i e t'ountv
Is u i t ll t his Territle I-'at e
Mr. O. ..r e
Up to ; hi.-, i ii
il' l i' ll 111 wi:!i
dune ath, n. ::i
Mr. S e ue'
-.1 :'. wii ; :
-. Ot I ' i'illit-
ie 11. a . 1
liel'O, I n 111. Li's
a wry sad
. t . i -o.
. If -
II years o!
me inn uK'ili.ii
k a'.ll. Ue as
i !. ut liaj.pe e.ii.
a-i. i. Mai tin m
;i ilit'h in the
:ne I by I n- lee.
ll u.-e where he
i k i 'e ullen -d
lied but li t 111-
if : 1 1
e ii-enl I
on ti : e 1 n
lit. 1 1 , o
1 : I '
' ii ;
ii.it be i i'U-th'
I c wh;ch had
de r fell in the
i he h . e.- ol
,i s ;,b ait his
! ilia: ii tia-n i
.i.ir.p -1 iii ; i
iu','-!.;.:j :he i!
. r- be i ! i ult mil
;n Ji near tie-
- ine in i Th
Wit- -eeh lli.it ii i
1 1 . 1 .-l l llill; (!-
W. tf: I -o,.:.
i!i -lime. I i :
b dv and
tisi: m:v ifii k i..
t i-U ol Ki-eefioii I'm;: reMsinif i
Meet iiiij ol Sloeliliolilers.
Tni'i iy-live thoiismd feet ol lumber for!
.- new river inn has ju-t In. en taken l
wii to the banks below the mouth of :
w river for t:i" ii'i winch h he'll g enc-
leii tin vp. Ti e inn will l-e a lo'ig, one
stoiv him c s i li can be be extended as
oi ca-i al may deman I.
'fie re are abeadyUvo mat, tini ,hed
eottagi-s on tins - banks. (Jo ol liiein is
die p: op- r; v ol .Mr Thus. A. Mtlntvre.
l'.i-i.ient ef ii:e V. N. .V. N. It. K. and
wi i, i C'" sideini ' pait of the time, be
occupied bv !!ev. 1.. A. Ony and lamilv
The o her 'c tt i-.-e be!ong- to Dr. Ii. W.
The -'ocMio'iiers are to hold a meeting
at the pia' . on the l'i h. An ixiursimi
ill l)e riitl on the occasion.
We h pe to s c the inn prove a line
place, bo.h of li'ea-uie to .visitors a
it to the inves'ois
:tv and it i- i ;t 1 'i
. ( hislow is a
y tli veiopitiL
III ATil 111 Ilt. '.
the Sou, I
He was an able, original
an 1 interest-
ing writer ai d made of
great 'C.vsp."ip ! as w ell
the H'-cordei a
as a popular cie-
noniina iioi al organ
i e o.-eu piei i a uiLtii i
ice in the coun
cils ol his Clinch, inn) was a sale, eo.i-
i-eiv..tie and wise leader. During bi
j twenty y. ais" residence in Ibdeigh he
endeared hi m -el I" to i in r people generally, j
j an I was he'd ni the hi;dn-t esteem by 1
' t belli .
' Hi- Mil- :i pi r, found think, r, a scholar,
j in able pieicher. a fearless pungent inter
Usting e dor. an homsl upr ght man and
! :i gm a .". i iiible friend and n ijhbor.
; Dr. Iliii'i Y was born in Willi mi-burg,
i 'a. He w, s oilii'-aied t William and
j Mary and at Ihe Ifichinoi d Colleges of
i Virginia, he i nlrned ihe ministry imme
d, itelv on the eomjdetion of his eduei
tion. but whs during die last two ears of
I the war. a jirivale in llie Confedi rale
After the war was over he rc-inbred
the mini-iry, aid after serving siyeral
lead'iig 'iig"nia chuichi s, b.c was called
to K lentoii, X. ('. From in-re he went
to W'r.r.enton, ami w s pastor of the
liapti-t church tin ie. when called to the
editorial chair of the Biblical liecordcr.
lie was n y.-ry eli inning man, w-,s full
of good humor and givd ehee;. It wa;
his nature to look on the bright side of
life, an I although his la" ter yens have
been filled with inteu.-e suffering, he has
born these setr.-rings with Christian forti
tude and char iot, ri-tic patience.
). P.aili-y was stricken with paralysis
,,ii M.iivh ii, 1X91, from which he never
fully n Covered although up to a year ago
i he was itblc t i look after his wal k. Du
! ring Hie p;isl Ve: r he has been giadually
-'jrowiii" weikcr. and the fact that his
vduab'e lite v.t fi-t ebbing away has
been known to his fan. ily and friends for
several mouths. The end came yesterday
morning and one of tlie brightest min is
went out. one i f the nobi. st heai ts ceased
beating .in 1 one ol the State's best eiliz.-lis
was no nioie
Dr. IJ.tilt-y leaves a widow, who was
Mi-s Annie S. Biilev, of Virginia, thne
-ns. Messrs. C. T. Baily, -I. William
Bailey, who sncce-d. d his father as edit ,r
of ll ic lt-corder. and K. L. Bailey; and
one d uigblei". the wife of Mr. Wesley N.
June-, of tiii.- city. Uuleigh News and
(ib-ervcr, June lith, 1S95.
THE TEACH EIl'S ASSF.HIU.Y.
Flans null Anticipations lor
Meet i ut.
Tlie time is at hand for the 12th an
nual sis.-ion of that great educational
association, the North Carolina Teacher's
Assembly. It will beheld at Moreheacr
Ciiy.-Kiue lsth to 30; h. Ti
circular letter, sav 1 f it that.
ti officers, in n
it will lie the
mo-t valuable nici tin
ers and the mo-', mi
of ,-, Ineat ion.
1 ad to the teach-
ble to all friends I
j u,ers on the
noted nine-dors and h-ct- I
programme are Dr. W. A. I
wrv President 1 f Maltha's Vineyard
the popular reciter and leituier.
highest order of North Carolina
as been nine d 0:1 the programme
. am t,e educational wt
k and the musical
.ml liter.o-v en: en a 'nii.en t w 1 1 b" ;l I'lU'e I
treal lo the tholisiuds who will be present
rates ,m v ai .u: one ami a
1.1, . .. I 1 , , ,0 A I l-oitif
Hole! i- 01 Iv $1.00 a day.
Tickets 0 1 - t e June I.jth to ilU, good
to return until .Iu y 20.
I'eddlers Must Fay
State Treasurer. Woilh has inaugurated
a crusade against peddlers of ranges Irom
ot In r -lale who hav
bt en plying their
, "'--"' w itheiu payiiif
1 sciiediiie B. taxes. The peddlers
, I tliCV ill'f 1 ) tl I tP ," t C , I ll V t tlC i 11 tO f-St !1 1 C C I I IU
, , - ...
in, r. e. but I iva.-tuer orin doesn t agree
' with them ae.ii calis upon all sheriffs, in
j the smte to ancst all Mich peddlers.
The eid'orci ni. nt ot tne jiavmeut ol the
, tax b' such p ople only pi i. e.- them on
an equali'v with tl.e resident merchant.
' while h.-r. tolore by dodging it they have
f ha 1 ilial ir.ueh ailv-uitage of local dealers
' ami the stale h-is bun lo-ing largely.
Forlrait ol John Taylor Wootl. i
Mr. Durham llassi-1 receiveil yesterday!
i handsomely framed life size portrait of j
his old commander. John Taylor Wood. I
m,. iv i ...... r ;,,.o.. ...no ii o (b-i
iron ch.d. tl.e Virginia, at the time of her
ti'dtt w ith tne Monitor iu Hainoton's
Roads, and later commander ot the lalle-
, basse on
j did good
b i;.r I ot which
s.-rvico in the
it i Kit in r i! i.i.."
I'arl ieipniils in tl&c t olore.l
till -JOIIi Have so
'I'lieir Sliai-e in tlie
im- I'tii-tieil Into
A (in i i-.
i an o ni'. ue
the '.'. wd and di-o
on the 'J'.Hll. till .,
lief. ) re hi- If -ni"
Tin re have -ii :.,r I e. ll
before llie .Major f r ingeu'i-' .
i.ifiir. A I. w who K-li pr. le-ii ,;
il. w h a i hey foil. n I i ut i Is c ,ii,ii t I
of c u t si-, e e n-. d . Ali oh.'- i !,
w 'if, i ipon con icM m. 1 1 ')' I I' . (
I' ll ,111' I CO-ts. J he I'll Oille I o I hp
tnauirv tii .in in,- ve-it. .-a liir, lias
l-e mid three hundred i i ' 1 . i : - '
lead- to ;,ii '' her and I hi n li il l I ,i
Illiil C VI I. I IIOU- 1 till' , ' '! i - p
Tlnue w i. re lib n't
nr. -e .t ome, ihe c. i
ally l-ikin ' im ' : -"in e
ried in -n. o . 1 1 r- n i r.
Tin- eiidine- li:-.-
lob ,',; be the 1 i-t b;
One Onlereil Tiiel'iriti Siil.viiitf il
AVill Make a IMsplay at llie Fire,
The City council he'd a special meeting
yosteiilty and cinior-ed liii- iic:ion "t the
previou- lio. ud in autliorizing the- mayor
lo lii'-lu iili' i'l. ;i!.'! ladder buck lotiip-
incuts. The .Mayor i,u i c iv cf ak ma ie
the order hist nigh.
' Messrs. S P. Hiyw.od Co. of Xe-v
' Yoik fioni wii mi l lie trie k was ordend
! say they mean to place a fine one here,
j so it will be n. tic d by the vi-iting In -
me:) during tlie t ii.i.n tu.cnt. I Hey inteinl
ais, to h ive a gnni lot o! fll'e co:i,pui
-upplies on ixluhition at that time.
g a letter Friday, we were siir
iind t o i Oi ton 'eooiils. along
with a corn silk and pi. cc of't isSel.
We thoiiLtht soinebody mu-t lave gone
j io laising cotton ;n a hot house, but u
J reading tlie letter we-f .nnd it was IV
I on.- ol our Texas subscribers, Mrs. N.
iSinnh. who moved there ironi v Inn-
! Oak rivir, Onsloiv county. Mr. Smith :
s.iys tuey nave plenty ot me uiooiiis i
Kov. .1. T. Irnklns to i?o to Win-i-hi'ilil. I
P. v. J T. Jenkins of Winston, recent-J
ly he'd a seiies of mai lings, al Moreliend
City, wiiich rtsu't.d in tlie receiving ot ;
seventeen members into that church. The!
pas' or. Rev. Samuel J. Porter, having re
signed lo laa ept the call to tlie Middle
Stieel Baptist church of JS'ew Bctuc, Ihe
Moreh iul churcli ha- eallid Mr. Jenk'iis
to ils pa-t'.r.ile and he iias accep'ed.
The Beaiiloi'", lb raid's Mori-head City
correspondent s-is;h it Mr. .len'di s will
fake change mi tb I Till and that lie is de
lighted w ith Ihe p ace.
Cliaiiiicoi I'r. ilil KelK'tliile.
A change of schedule on the wist-wal'd
tiound freight train of the A. .V. N. C 11.
go, s into effect, to-day; under its work
ings the fieigbl train will n adi New
Beree in Ihe morning e u ,ii-r than the reg
ular mail and passenger train.
The :ram w ill leave M, rebcad . ii v al ii
a. m. New port id 7:0b; ('rodiuiS, and ar
rive al New Berne at 8: -17.
The train w ill leave for (bdd-b'iio at
"2.r0 in the nfiernooii the same as u-iml,
and on the rctarn trip the schidule re
Three Whales in Keaulort Waters.
The whales ciuight at Beaufort last year
attracted cotifiderab'e attention, e-peciaily
the largest ore We hope as good or
belter success will attend the whiilejtishing
this year. We see the whales hae made
tiicir iippeaianee again. The Biaufon
Ileiald of June G, gies the following:
"The leport is here that thr.e whales
were sighted iu tlie Hook of th; Cape one
il iy Ibis week, but they esenped lief ue the
boats could get in striking di-t-.nco of
tin 111. They were large fellows and lather
wild. It would have been quite a wiini
lall if the brave fallows w ti-h 0:1 the
to.tst could have put the ir.-n into one of
them. A good whale i' worth from one
to two thousand dollars."
5 I-'J Inch Straiberr.v. of
The (ioldsboro Headlight tells
ivn arkiibly line strawberry which ,1 citi
zen of that towns has originated. It
"'Mr. Henry Lee of ( ioldsboio has a
straw berry which he h ,s brought to a
very high standard. It is ot a new va
riety, develop ng on his lat in, anil is an
exceptionally finely coloied and I la vn red
beiry. One of these berries measured
5 1-2 inches in circumference. This gives
an idea of the size to which they grow.
()n June the first, whea buries were low
Mr. Lee nceived thirty cents a quart
several oiiarts ot tins beirv on Ihe
tl.ern market. He h is named il the S
Pierce berry in honor of
Pierce of Warsaw.''
The ew Rapiist Fasloi-s. j
The Biblical Recorder has ihe follow-1
ing mention of Kev. Ml ssrs. Burgess and !
I Porter who
have been called to the pas-.
to rates of the Baptist churches of New !
Kev. C. Burgess has accept! tl a call
lo the pa-lorate of the new second Bap
tist church at New Berne. Bro. Burgess
is a 0,ing man. having been al W'tike For
est until two years ago, where be was
accolli'.tid a faithful student and a good
speuktr. He has been laboring suecess-f'nili-
it. In., .vhiiiii, n 1st sine- I1.1 let, col-
j T)0 1):1SI01. ,,(- ,ilL. tir-t cinirch.
, .u..,rr wmU- a v,,nn,, man lHcentlv
out ot Vi,k,.- Fon st.
We l.oiie a' d urav 1 he Lord w ill
; ,,ifljs 11.0 hiboi's of the e ble.lhua lo the
ling 1 1 our
.,.,..,, , linh-ciiv in w 1
I . . J
1 1, .ii'-
e;e 1-:l n 1 1 nig J
111 a meeting
V aln New llei'ne Ileal
The hearty agree. nciit of hot li si .h s a
to the itpprtciaiiug value of I'd! i -tab' in
tbis .-iiv ie s one o I' 1 1 1 1- i n I pre-1 1 1 ,, fa!-
; "5 (j, -t'ft l(i;n tl.-;r(, , ,:,.,.,", tlll.
3d,. The question at ismic which brought
(I,;- out was the one of ii piry or Utnelii to
a l 't bv the raising of the "frog polio"
portion of (tne:n strict in llie grading for
the construction of tlie W. N. cc N. R. It.
The defense sho'.Vtd by thete-lini niv ol
parties living on the - tine sir. el thet the
i lentil al lot in ipu-tion w is woilh con
siderable more, (a- much as double) now,
as it was 1 ef ire the railroad was built and
thai the radr-snl was n;e cause of it
Moieovt-r, one oi the attorneys agam-t
ibe railroad declare i postivelv th '. ret!
estate bad advanced tifi v percent in lae
city since the cons. ruction "f i he u, ul.
A New Ilry t.omls Store.
The store on Pollock -M '-et. i ear the
I p'-otollioc in whic
neud .V: Co.. recently
I ran a I'urnii lire store is being lilted up for
a branch establi-liment ol al. 1. l oiing,
of Wilson. Mr. George Barefoot of that
place will be the mannger.
Dt'y goods will be the line carried.
- ' '' l' "ii'ii' bo i .: t,,. i-.o'i-oad-. ; ,
I ' I ' i I ' I tJ
nl ny M...ieit ba lli,;, x..xt i i be t ii110 i,r Davidson , "' . )
in Dr.'.t n hili w'b c.,p,.j.,, coiniin nc nient. The sermon' "A ''''.f'"
M;, U lilii- Tin. rs iay w.il i preached on Sanday and the e- t I f I A'
be other tw. i n , - w.ue -- '"' "eii -Monuay, iiic-uiiy aim ' ft I,, I ..
biei-inll belt it '',' ollie ..l !' I lea, e. " Eifis'-rr- ' S , .. ' '"'
I.AIIF.lt Tlll't li. llll' HIS III lllll 11 il'UII, 1 1 III SI til WOIK IIIISI p I 1 .. .. ' i
M M S A II It I FT
III the City ol I'Iiiin and Vielnify
4;alliered in ami lirielly I'ul.l.
I lie i ol .ri d Xoi l h Carolina Tea. iiei
As-i i lali iu wdl nn ' t at K aleigh, .1 line
ll. -sp. i ., ! i. lie- I " it w ill I 'C gi Vi n bv
Mr. Mal'iuw. head of tlie Mabory Dur-
I, am Cin root Companv, is in the city in
j ihe interesi of his go. ils which ire meet
ing with growing hi- cc s and i ipiilarify
i w herevt r inlroduccil. 't he rep e-entative
i in New ISerne ol t Ins
1 is Mr. N. C. Hughes.
One advantage of having the, severe hot
! spi 11 so early in the se ison is I h it every
I body will be belter able to cndnrC w hat is
still lo come. In M .y wt: would have
called tlie present to npebit lire hot but
. now having gone through worse evcry
b idy is tdking abt.'iit how pleasant the
. wc olier is.
j The .lacksouville Times says: An act of
the iatl Legislature provid.s that where
tnnbt r is b night and sold in quantities
I of 1,000 feel or over, that it must be
ii.e-tsuied by an Inspector who is up-
pointed by the ("lei k of the Court. In
; puisiiaiiee w.ih the above actlheCleik
has appointed Mr. K. 1 Lewis as In
saeet.,, at the Paruielt-Lcces.ui Mills rd
pa(.0 ;u,a Mr. C. U. Fr.i..elle for (he !
Lumber Co. at btvan.b.ro. '
IIAt:r. of Ktiiiiiu i.i:.
on (he W. X. a R. R.-PnwriiKi.r
Trains io t onn.-et wiib Thowe or ilie
a. IV". c. R. R.
The ehau e of the scliedule 'oes into
effect on the W. N. Jv N. It. H. tomor
row. Hereafter (he regular pisseuger train
w ill leave New Berne at 9:00 a. in. and ar
rive in (he afternoon af .1:10, thus making
comici lion at both time with the passen
ger trains of tne A. & N. C. It. R.
j The train will arrive nt Wilmington at
I P2:;t") p. in. and leave al 1:53 p. m.
I I he freight train will leive Wilming
! Ion at 7 a. m., arr.viving in New Berne
, :,i l: : p. in . leave New Berne at 2:30
' p. in., and get back to Wilmington 7 p. in.
I CONSTANT ADVERTISING.
j Is the Rest Faying; Hind Incidents
J There is not a business or professional
man in New Berne but that should lie re
presented continually in the advertising
cobimns of the JotlitNAL by a card stat
ing name mid nature of business if no
more. The sell interest of each one should
prompt to this course.
We have. just had a gentleman '0 Call at
the Journal office and inquire ut us if
tic re was a business of a certain kind in
the eit v. There is and good one8, and
et not a house of that kind has an ad
vertisement in our columns, either large
or small, at this time.
It has not lie n long since we hail a
gent'en an in a neighboring county write
lor information of exactly the same char
acter, though in another line. There are
J several goo I houses ol tlie kind tie was
inquu ing about no finer line ot goods is
kept in any place in Eastern North Caro
lina than right here in New Benie. The
firms all advertise spasmodically, but at
that time not one of them had nil adver
tisement in. The gentleman writing was
one ot our good s.ib.-cribcrs and he wrot
us that he searched Ihe columns of Ids
pap -r with special ri ference to the infer
mntion he wanted before he wrote 11-.
If 1 in of the firms had been advertising
he would no doubt have come riht 011 to
New Berne, done his trading and goue.on
home without any one knowing the good
woik the advertisement had done. An ad.
does its work silently but steadily.
The gentle. nan lives nearly midway be
tween New Berne and a strong business
rival. Not finding what he wanted ad
vertised in tlie Joiihnal he stood a good
chance of being turned aside for his trad
ing. Such cases as these show plainly the
advantage ot a business or prof, saional
man s never letting an issuo of the home
1 paptir come out without Having so me
j thing in it telling of what he has for sale
1 or the service he is ready to furnish.
Crops Pamlico County.
Mr. J. II. (iaskins, of Stonewall was in
j yesterday renew ing his subsoriptien to the
Mr. (iaskins came up with a good hit
, of Irish piitaiois. He dug : s4 barrels ol.
: primes fioai 2 1-2 acres, and enough sec
! om'.s and culls to run the number up to
iiihnndrtd b.irrel. Tins, while not up
j to former years, is a good yield for the sea -I
I Mr. (iaskins rcpoits the corn as rice
! and he si's (he cotton is r. covering from
: the i If els of the recent c-ol spell and is
looking piomi.-ing. He did not have to
plow up a -talk.
THREE NEW COTTON 11 I I.I.N
To li' I'.slalilistM'd in .Noi-lh Cni-nllim
Ci'iii'ral Advance All Over Ihe
Specid reports made to the Baltimore
MiiiiiiliicUirer's locord show contained
! businc -
h ut 111 lndu-trial and general
progress, :is conipari.l with la-t
I year. i
' Advices sent out say that cotton in, 1 1 i
; int. -rests com mm- to command wide at-.
, ti ntion, I o'li on thejiait of Northern j
, inve-tois who an- contemphtting building
j mills m ihe South, and on the part of the j
1 local people n tne Smth. Among the
i cotton mdls reported I r tin; week are
thr.e in Noith Cai'olin t; a .1(M'.0(M mill
at Charlotte. - the coinpany is now being 1
organi d; an .s'.nou spindle nidi at Ora-I
bam. N . ( ' . .ud a lew mil! at ! lolly. N. 1
('. Siiiiilu if h ance into eiiieni s in cotton
' mill-, oil mi'!- and icli-ier.e", soap works,
' lumber mill-, mining, etc , are reported
I'm in ail i iv r t he Soinli. .
We would like to see New Berne j ail
in the lliiinufaetunng )i'.ic.cs.-ion. ben
one . a good start i- made we have no fear
for tin future of the undi i takifig. ,
Minister Itansoin on Sick Leave.
Hon. M-dt W. Ransom, Minister to
Mexico, absent on sixty days' sick leave,
has gone t i the we. Urn part of this Stale
He is weak, it is stated, but looks fairly
I Mil. Jsp.i .,! I. lie- I., it will t' JflVtll I IV n
. We In -tl-iy. ' I
V-liw c .ses , I' I .... , ,ii I) IT, ,.-, .11 Si.or.-ii.lo.l...,! ! ' t 111
' .tl.e.i !,,.; 1,1-boro giade.1 liiii'h, hits been ; f I fi J
nn iniu oil-lv il.-.t.l - upei iiiii-'i.Ient of' I V ';-"" )h-
were ,!,, !;, .In- S, bools ,,; lta'ctgh. vice I'n.f. 1 I II J ' ' '
l',!"'- li ' i I'd P. Moses le-ignei! who go-s to j I II I "''"..
' S -, lb Carol,,,;, ! fL,- , JLL-OfJ 'V,
,.;' ' r. ; v , i . . - .
,,;. 1 he New P.. rne I. umber I' ,'s nulls op- jKVl i t f 1? C T I '' '
"J.,.,. p-.-ite the talv are to b- whdewash, d I t V. il ' I
. U u ' ' ""'pi' t, iv. Mr. i:a-:ii;bl infiros us. i ffigfr ' ' '
,mj1, Thev will -HOW I Mil the whan, - I - VTf?! K 1 X
ve il ibework isdo,,eci,,-,plv . V O1
Wh-le men Mi. dosepl us P.cd of Idalia was mar- I '.K.THfc. , ' T K -
-iice -ho.vs. nr-tu- ,,,, :,t ..lvijor,. Tl,urs,i;iv. June fitli, at ! V 1 '".-
h-m ware tti-tr- - o ..t-k in llie alieinooii." t.. Miss Susan V. f7 B T'V ' y ' ' -
- Si . m i. bitiuli'.-r of Mr. S;,el,oi, Saw ver. V. W?'l 2 '
The P. aufoit Ibi-alii -ays: "The dn due .
I mat which In- b.i-ii making improve- , K ) ' ''', '
w.ek. and goes from he-'e to Trent river. . .-. ,
Il l.-l .i.il'O ,ri I r,,.,l o. .,111- l ,(. l-a l.llt ..'&..'.
et llere i.- woik whith should be
The Largest Stock
IN THE CITY. "
Our Methods and . l'iw.:.:
. . And Are .
SI And make Grow,
Bound to Please 1
. ... a -
the ever I lonnshing: v'
Tree that bears Fruit X
which will always 4;
please every one and ;;"
bring success to the .
Firm who knows liow :t
to Advertise. -"-
& Wii let t,
At Retail 10c. a Found.
For iSalr By
Wholesale Grocer, ... 46 Middle St.
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