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Price: $100 Per Year. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. Single Copies, 5 Gents.
VOL. XVIfl. NEW BKRNE, CRAVEN COUNTY," N. C., SEPTEMBER lr,, is;,,-,. NO30
" for Infants and Children.
pnOTHERS, Do You Know nc
141 Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, auJ
moss remedies for children are composed of opium or ruuri'liine r
Po Tll Kbow that opium aad morphine are stupefying narcotic . as. ns f
TToM Kaaw that to most countries druscrists arc not peruiittcxl to sell narcotics
I lsheKng thsm poisons f
Do T Kitw that you ahoakl not
I yoa sr your physiciaa know of what it
' V Do KainT that Castoria is a purely regetable preparation, and that a list of
its tairredieirts is published with every bottle f
- P Yr Kssy that esstoria is th prescrtption of the famotn Pr. Samuel Pitcher.
That it has keen in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria Is now sold than
- sf sJI other tasnedia for childrau eombined r
- ' ' P "Yam Krur that ths Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
athsr wmntiiw, hare Jsamed ezclusirs right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
CtoTij' and its formula, and that to Imitate them is state, prison offense ?
' ! Tps Kagw that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was
9SSM. Caslut la had been proven to bs ahsolstely aarailMtT
: Da Taa Rw that 35 aTwr&Xa doses of Castoria are
Ps Yn KlHnr that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
h kept well, and that you may hare unbroken rest t
- : yeJ3, theee thlwy. are worth knowing. They are facts.
Children Cry for
E. W. Snfl ALL WOOD.
Under Gaaton Hoase, Boulb iob'i Stn t t, New Berne, N. C.
. Gtoves, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
Table Ware. Barbed Wire,
- GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
- v '., h; Lime, Piaster and Cement.
, DEVOES PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
rTPer8onaJ attention to the
f'Sr - ' Jta f- fWaJ 4 tt' A, - m X s i - -'! 1 I 1
; MARSHALLBERG, CtRTEhlET COUNTY, X. C.
-kEV. W. Q. A. GRAHAM, D. D., PRES.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT., 2, 1895.
: Paren'-s or Guardians will find this the cheapest anil most desir
able school in H astern North Carolina.
- -Location: On tne. shore of Core Sound, 10 milca fast of Beaufort,
in a commnnity tree from such victs as Bar-rooms, Ball rooms, Bil
liard rooms or Brothels. Plenty of churches and 3 uud ay schools,
r" ' BRAD ! H43AD !! IJEAD !!!
A,de4 by the SletUotiist chtjrch offer the following iuducements:
' ' ' EXPBWSKS PER MONTH.
triraarj Grade, I5o;ird, Washing, Tuition, ' $ G SO
Intermediate Or-ide, 7 (Ml
Latin, Scientific, oo
Masic (extra) 1 5)
nAkff Prim Isrlsdr IUtMrd. Wiuhliif, Ar.
lyFor fnrtber information write the President. dw eod tf
L. H. Cutler &
Nunn & Co
Tveeman to VTU KcSCSLIT,
TJ WILL PAY COUNTHY MEH-
PHANTS to visit
'-- f m ioWER than
else in !
Cor. Pollock & Kiddle Streets.
VCC- Do You Need....
: ' A Refrigefator,
Jpp Cf earn Freezer,
- Wife Screen Doors,
and other Seasonable
IP SO, CALL ON
l. h. cut ua & c.
permit any medicine to be piven your child
furnished for 3J
is on siwarT
prompt antl correct filling ot
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one pound of Scrap Iron
is ever used in these goods.
DURABLE, CONVENIENT md ECONOMICAL
All Modern Improvements to Lighten
Twenty different sizes and kiidj.
Every (ove Warranted Against f)e(jeef s.
Pr1"e not mnrh .higher at this time
than on commoner kinds of Stoves.
Call on or addrext
Co., Nev Berne, N C
LAHOE SHIPMENTS OF GOODS
A ii K I V I N U DAILY AT TH E
NEW BEKNE BAIJCAIN 1I0ISE
OL"li STIK'H UF
C i K N T rf Fl KNISHINCS.
C A B 1' ETS,
Will be complete in every
We, have niaije it a rule to see
how low we can sell a ciistouusr,
and not how much protit we oan
make, therefo.e we will not he
undersold, but will lead all others
in low priees
vi.sit first I he
Far seeing people
O. -A BAEiTOOT, Mgr.
Sep lutf and Door From X"
In the Cttj- of 11 in- and trinity,
linlhrrnl I ami lSii ll Told.
Mr?. 11. II. IViry w ill -o,,n
1 1 io m i 1 1 1 ii i-r ' lui-ino".
Thursdav N-gan the ai "'
ing In 1 1 io .lev. i-h i a I. uoar.
llv-lil';i!v n i uni iii; in, some
th.-in mnlo 1 one-, iiiit linn' lire
i It-ill 1 1 u 1 vei.
Cbiimarp iillon Hie in ,rk. ', Lilt :n
1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 i:t it il'C-. (I-im- w.'i
liiki- tlioir jiUn'c iMH nvl .
ur Milium tnwiisuian Mr. M.! n U.
Il'iwuril, I -as Iwtl :i)oinli:.l nil'' i I the
m.iixhalK ;it (lie S(:it(- l ur. lie was nl
a m:irh:il lust y i
K v wei ailvici s s.-n Mint ilio pirlv ol
' sn i iru- I lilii'iisioTs ani'siiil !' tin 1 i l -
lor Vnn iia Tut-ilav i iv i-:ii i .iil k-ioiv
1 1'. S. Coiiiinis-ioiiei' l(o ami rt-it-a-t'il.
iiuiliiii; lioiiiLT jitm i n ;ti;:ii nt tlicni.
Tiio la-t i-opv I't ilu' VolnniciT Fiie-
man contains ci llcr.t .rlr:i'.l of our
i o nsiiiiii. T. A. iliiin. 'If.-i-urcr ol' tin-
. i m i V,,, in- n'- A - 1 1- n. .in ! i 'i
lnT. AmicI'soii. t'l Wll-oil, 1 1 .- ';ilil i-
! i ian.
j Mr. Rlwaril Hallard, about 4V ears
! of nne Him lins Ivcn down ill witli om
I u iipli"ii fi.r ijuiic a wliilo, ilip.l Fri
il.v. II' Ip.-ivcm three ilamriitcrs. Tim
i r. iiimns hi iv t ikrn lo lii-i.l'l home at
, Ct'Ti.- Soun l t r inliTim nt.
i S 'ine ol the ov.t-l" oa the m irki t I"ii
i ilav . ii!el owini; lo tin- inirn-e lu at ai il
ll nl lo be hall!el i tf anil llil..M) invay.
1 lift 1) ial mi n wen: uaine.l l.y I In- ity
nulhorMicsn.il In l.rii'i; any more In i
until i ool we.itin-r i-onus aain.
Messrs. M. Ilalin it Co., have r. xa ivt-il
aiioibi-r lot ol horses l.y ste-imer, i-iii.'r.n -idi;
loii Ii tin. drivers mi. I jjoo I ilral'l
lioi-is (Jur livery stal .leiin n aio wiil.
aw ike businis peopl" an. I tln-y have
lirouuht New Beru-j ill firuai.l as a
horse niark' t.
The newly titled up long rocim. mid
way of Hotel Chattawka, formerly the
archway, has been leas I by .he Wi stern !
Union Telegraph Co . for its New Bine!
ofhYe The move will be ma.ie about the
first of Oct-ioer. !
CnpFs N. W. Jones and J. .1. Las-iu r ;
are building a large t lie steamer w harf. '
It will be IS l-2x;l'i with a thirty fool hold.
It will lake ihe place f the old one they j
have been using to lighter the steamer;
times of low water.
Mr. F. D. Cudlipp, electrician, arrived
from Ji:hmond anil spent Friday in the
city looking tj the movement of Ihe te'e -
graj)!! office trom us present location to
the new one at Hotel thittawka:
O. L John-on acconipanieil Mr Cu
He inteixN to eouip the m w i ihee well,
The work will be in progress next week.
. , , i ic,,. ,,,
.V lllioim ldl'lCI ''11 "Il li. nil
of Mi ssrs. Ccngdon it Co.. up Neuse
river was run over and both Icjis cut oil'
Friilsiy alternoon. Medical atUnlioti was
suninionid Irom New Dei tie but the in ju
ries were snclt that there were fears that
j the man would be ih ad even before the
physicians coipd it ach him.
Mr. D. G. Siniiv;s neice, if iss W'ilkins.
Ql Porlmonth, who is visiting him; had
H narrow esaie from ilrow niiiLr. She was
slflrtint; out in. a boat with small com
panions and accidentally fell overboard
in eidit or nine feet ol venter at M adows"
halt. Fortunately she c one up alono
si.le of i he bo it and those in it seized
upon her and succeeded in saving In r.
The wife ol Mr. Alfred Uiwls, a prom
inent funner near Arupaho. Pamlico
eonnty, died suddenly on Wednesday
in. uning. Mrs Kawls was a vi ry usi ful
and ( onsistent metiiU r of the t'hrisii.in
church at Arapaho. She le.ives several
children in aditilion to her husband, and
many liiends who will mourn her de.nh
S'ie wms nl.it lltty years of ae.
Mr. V. Sidbury of Holly Spring, one of
( ns!ow county's prominent and success
ful lanneis mnl m ichnnts on Slump
Sound left, for his home alter having sold
several lots of peanms to New ISouie
de ders at top ol the maik.t prices Mr.
Sidbiwy raie atout two thousand bush
els of them every year Mini buys largely
ulso. He has several ih.uisand bushel- of
last yeiirscro sdli ,,u hand as late as it is
in ihe season.
Mr. Win. T. IIi.ugh.;who ame lo New
J5i me jioni L ivj.oru a lew weiks ago is
now- localel iu tiie H-j.xter bmiding along
side the Mkldle sir. et IWplisl cbureh, using
the store part lor his husinc-s and living
in the n St. While It Was U'lng tilled up
lie was temporarily tear l he market
wharl. Mr. H.Kigh brought up a stock of
jeueral merchandise w hich he hid been
baDilling but he is closing thai out to de
vole the siore's spate to niillimry and
notions, in vvhiih laisiniss his wile will
Telephone lo Begin Oi l. It. :
The telcpliDi.e poles are now all' u'p with j
ihe ( Xeeptioll ol ft low in odd Jilac s and ;
Ihe cross liars on ihun. The jiuti inir nj j
ol tue wires is to begin to-day.
The intention and expectation is to be- 1
gin giving the pat rots -erv'ue oa the lirst
day of Ociotiei". The progrtssive home
men who are pu.ting the sy-'e.n. will ,
see that good, service is rein ler. d. We:
hope lo see the line well patronized. 1
It I'ay to Rend Ad vert foienieiilH ("are '
Til 1 1. y.
The Li spsio. I n ) Tribune, has tl e fol
lowing reference to the leading ofadvei
tisenietils, Ihe Until nn I goo I sense of :
which will ln.pic-s i's. :f upon cm r
ihouglillul readei :
"The avernge reuder of i lie home news- I
pnpsT can save many times' its pi ice in the
course ol a year by carefully reading the !
a . vertisemciils of live business men. By
this we main that ;he reader can save
money by watching fonpioted l-aigains :n
the very goods he nif.st have. Try it and
see if the staten.ent is curie Ii it i-, i
"h.lrd times' is HO excuse for not tak Ilg 1
a home paper, loj- it is Raving yon nn-ucy
when you need it li'.'Sl.''
A. A N (". K. It.. Riiililinir'i Oliiiccle.l
All Ihe A. N. C U. H., bui'i hugs in
; h s i il v, t he otiie'i s, (he d- pol, I lie shops
and llie wal'ih.'Ue aie bi nig c. nm cte I
w ilh the wilier w oiks.
A drinkiiig i'oiintain of improved pat
tern has also 1 an i-ievted in the yard in
i he place ol the one formerly I In re, and an
ornamental fountain llnows ah'lt ;ls beni
1 1 fill spiny from the center oftiielish
rex rvii r. .
We aie glad to see such whoh -ah' u-e
made of t he water works onvi nienc. s.
They should le apptviialed by every
Quantities ol Tohaeco.
The Colilshoro A'-gus siv- that t'o
anio-.int oi tobrccC on- the nia."ket oil the
opening of the warehouse in that place
was 3.")U.(K)0 iM'tiiids, and Unit " no sin h
bicak was ever before known in the State
tor any one day.''
Wp arp pi'.vateiy informed ti-jt the
break vv- o laro ii1(t the immense
W.U'ehou-e h'""". one of the largest m the
State, was tided and vol there were about
a hundred carts in waiting. The sales
had to lie coniinii'-d next day.
Mr V T I 'alio is Lark" ti-otn It on.
fort ani Martin countus, informs us that
he lotllld the fajtlieis Hush wilh in.-nev
i irom sales oi tooacco ami ttiat they weie
: losing interest in free silvir."' The most
they ware thinking ab ut now was big
prices for toUicco,
THK Cl'TTKR WIMtVA AT HIIKK.'llXK OF THE FA I K ATTKACTIO.VS
Se l7.c h clioonir VA'II Ii :t5 Men Alioaril
ii i IohcI to lc 'iilknn Fi 1 1 IiiihI er-
A. hii'-- lr. -ni Key Wist Fla., under
d.i'e ol' Sept. 1 Till, tivis the l'.llowil)
neus of the Kcvcinie Cutter Winona,
which was built f.r tin. I is ordinarily sta
lionetl in New Heme waets but is now
oil" the Florida roa-t iu udii :ii'.iin-t the
innf Cu'.an Ii lit 'Ut i i ers
f anV e.'ir: y'uill disc;!-.
V II 1
in- a- !..!!ims:
i ev en ue i ir lei'
u tin- sclu 1 1 : 1 1 r
Winona I. r.ui:
l.-irk puked up
-live Cubans on
oil Fine Ke with I hi 1 1 -board.
When picked up
only two n.en w ei e en . l
re vi aied ollieis eonc- ilmi
" The --! 1 w ,s -eizc I
Li c iiisc ('apt. Juan K.-ve-
by the cutter
k. but a -care I i
mil bronchi in
could not L!ive
satisfictory explanation :e- t.
doinLT v. itli s.i many men on
what he was
without any p p is and lovall-e it was
thought shewa- a Ii libii.-l. r. The men
were i x.i mi mil by the I niti d S'ale-; com-ini--ionei'
.lid r. I. :.-".! on I. on. I uulil the
lu-a I -1 1 ; . tee e , - n. ''I i u I ay .
!i.!c I! I- !. lifViil Itio 1 1 . ell 11 e til i-lui.-.li-r
it will Ik' dillieull to prove ibis,
as they had unarms or ammunition on
IIKAXOVS . t. lllltKnilRV.
A .New Fill I ion lo be Isnel Neil Vear
..... .- ... . ..
tiiithfrinff lite Material from lliej
4'ify aitl I'oiinfy N'ee4leI lor it.
Rev. Levi Ilran-on of Iva!eii:b . came up
Irom .1 n kson v 1 1 le on the lSlh, and is
toppiiiL; at Mr. N. S. Kiebanloti".-.
Mr. Fiaus'in i- here in I he inier.-st ol
his North Can. luii Jlireclory. which he
has been publishing since ls(ji II is now
111, i ,o ''
iici.le in IS'.m). Anew edit. on. I he eij.hl h,
:. .in. . i c I , i : . :
Will ni'lL'i 1 1 t 1 1 "II Tl i ' t 1 IP I 1 11 V I 1 : I ft i it'
, ii"" "" - ' -Yi
UK a lip i i -at. ii in!; e n . ;nni urn oc ci'iimu
er.ibly larger than any ol Us pie 'ccesHors.
It will have soiie tiling over eight hundred
pages and lontain over a hun
drul Ihous-uid n inn s.
Mr. Branson L'- ts his directory up in
good shape and thev are convenient and
valuable books of reference lor every busi
ness man and for many other people.
The li-ts are given by eountu s, and the
tollow iug liuts are brought out: Name of
county a' d population white and col
ored, brief historic al sketc h of the county
and Couutv scat, geographical location and
' " T i
I products, tow ns and postotbees and popu-
1 lation, county otlijc rs. courts and tin. e of
j holding, townships uud magistrates in
j each with post otlice addresses, churches
rops and general
j w ith denominations and pa-tors, schools
and teachers: all business, manu'actorv
I and proiessional houses and local corpoia-
i lions properly cUs-die.l, and lasilv a good
j list of ibc- lx!-t and nn st prominent
lariners. Tlie lists of I'.irmess will embrace
iboiit lift v thousand nearlv as much
space is devoted to them or to all other
culling combined. It will bj the best
list of the agricultural cla.s-es of ihe State
.Mr. Heiisi.n in eelting his new additions
does not copy Iruin the old one and de
pend on making change. He goes down
lo llje root of ihe mailer, travels over the
S'.ate ca:eliilly and makes new lists. He
haj just written up Onslow and wi.l now
spend several days In re compiling from
rehab'.' sources wh at he neeifs lorm this
city and county for his directory.
liooil Mullcl Fishing.
Mr. J. A. ritlnian, Mavor ot hwans
Ixiro, who ha been up lo New Heme
lew da vs, sji.aks ol the mullet catc lies
around Swan-boro. Many are caught and
they are of the liaist quality. About a
hundred tarrels Wi ie taken one day at
Hrown's lulet near that place.
Mr. Y. Sidbury one of the well known
laniic's at Stump Sound came up on the
IStli, lo s nd a short time in the city on
business Mr. Sidbury does a linle fishing
luring the mullet season, and he also has
had splendid success, (in Saturday, the
seventh insf. he went out and caught
eighty barrels. The Saturday lief, re that his
"lishermnn'.s hi was even tetter. lie
caught 150 biii rels at one haul. They sold
for over live hundfid dollar'. Mr. Sidbury
sold $A20 worth of them himself: and the
hiir. Is about a hundred dollars worth
more. This wnsa linediys wink.
The Seme which Mr. Sidbury used wa
two hundred yards in length
SAM JI1M.S IX WISTO.
II mnl roils ii on versions - Th ily
Hllrreil u .ever Reforo.
A special to the News and Observer
from Win-ton s.'us :
Sam .tones Im.s stiiretl Winston as she
has never been siiii'.d before. Tue peo
ple are talking about lilt e e.se. The
tobacco house men signed u' certificate
today agreeing lo clfsa on Sunday. 'Hie
I.UtrheTs, also agreed 10 do UO more work
on the Sabbath. AH hut one druggist
agrees to close on Sunday.
There have Uvn several hundred con
versions, and it looks now like no more
licensed bai rooms will be seen hereaflm"
neM Mav. Y on r uncle S mi is jumping
on the Twin-City
boih feet as well as
places gi nci.ill v.
sin in high itnil
Hard Times, and no.Mistnke.
A story is told oi' liovy a iiicaciief-tested
,, ...oil. .i
the cii. e t o the l ard t inos upon i;s cm-
g egaiion. -i ui.- eoiiciu-iou oi one oi
his sermons he said: -
"iA-t everybody in the house who iny
their di his stand no. "
Irstatitly every man. woman and child,
with one excepi ion, arose lo their teet.
lie seated the c row d and then sai I :
"Let every mar. who is not paving his
debts stand up
The exception noted was cr.renorn,
hungry imiiviiiu d vvho picsenied an
altogether s-eeily ai d foiiurn apiHiarance,
He slowly assumed a perpendicular II"-
sition and leaned upon
the back of Ihe
suit in front o! 1 1 1 m '
"How is it, my friend r"
minister, " that v u are lb
this large congi eati' ni vv In
only in ui in
nip. 1 his i. Illegal ioi s
"I pu blish a i ewspapi r." ho
i ,i ;c,
repbed, and nio-t of my brelbnii j i -,c,
'i lio pave '1st st.x'.i tin. a if my ilibscrili-'
'Let us piay '": exclaimeil the minister
Christian Work in I ndiau Territory,
A correspondent from Indian Territory
writes in the Christian lender:
"Ll Meta Christian College is located in
Minco on a ten-acre lot, fortunately loca
ted. On June 1, 1H5, the luihlingand
college prodeity was valued at $5.'.-.J'!.G5.
The disciples in and around Minco have
pa"'d s-l.OII-J.M") of this amount.
I'h's ivnfi was begi.n years ago when
sister i-'nnti i 'hcstnt.tt. of NorlU Caro
lina, iiicaled and beg-in to teach at t (hi
silver City, .fu-r the l(ock (shiuel Rail
road was built .'silver Ciiy and the school
ipqved lo M.ine'o, mid ovevctpnc illl olSt;i
ch up p this w Siting,"
Jul Mela has the pluck and .vill-power
and knows how to overcome all obstacles
aim win in i:ie i ace set neiore ner. n ou..i
be glad to give oiir reade-s a monthly
loiter trom Ll Metas pen. V atch
Physicians all over the world recom
mend Japanese Pile Cure. It his cured
thousands, will cure you. S' k! rrui'
positive uuaratitc . Sumj le iee, tje'ld
l j "si. 1. L-jtty. " " "'.
InculiHlorn nt Work With .Men in
liiirttc lo Kxplnln anil iivc All
There have, on several occasions, lieen
incubators oi exhibition at the East Caro
lina Fair in this city, sometimes in opera
tion, but there has never bten special
attention to .such an exhibition so that it
would attract the notice of every passer
and so that everyone could tret a thor
ough inspeclion and undertandin.; of it.
Net year however, there will be such an ;
exhibition made under skilled manage- !
nielli, o that every visitor who desires ,
will be shown the operations and have !
them explained fully.
The Homer Ciiy Incubators will be the I
ones used. They will be in char;c: of J
Cheney iV Ellis, New lierne, Slab: .Vjcnt-,
and (In y are likely lo have an expert as
:csisl;iut to :iid them in inakin the exhibi- ;
There will be tvfn ft" the incubitors
shown. They will be so timed that one I
will Ix' hatchini; on Wednesday ol Fair j
week and the other on Thui'rday, the two '
bL'tr' st days.
These incubators are so a. ranged that a
ejood view can be obtained of evei ytliiii". '
To those not familiar wilh such, the)
hatehiiiL; operations are quite interesiin
anil l, llir.ua uhi ni',. i-liii Liil r.MlPI lilt !
i-vliibilioii will iiosj-css a sneeial interest
i lomrkiiwl r.i I i n.r luiur Qllicf .l 1 1 1 1 c ll.nl
services ol the old selline; hen can lie dis- ;
mci we. I iti, 1 1 1 il... in(.ii nl'tli,. .....r!
'I'l.a ..;.i ,,).ia. i.f ,i Knlr is lo .riip
I and receive bent-lit; this should never be
1 lo.-t sit'lit of. Fleasure ritililly coines in i 1
i al-o but only incidently. The otlieers ot
our bast Carolina Fair have alwajs man
M'.'ed lo never let Ihe Fair lack for either.
Under llieii zealous and skillful manage
ment the Fairs" have always been a
deliedit and pr olit to every visitor. They
' st,irth oul IleftBtl ioleresling things everv
; ,. , . , , 7o i;.. .
oii .nil noiL-A .K 1 it'.u in mmw lint
: ' ' ... .
Now is the lime lo think
f..r the r air. especially on the farms; let
eich larmer k.-ep the Fair in mind as he
Lathers his crop and select exhibits now,
iheu the Fair will lie sure to have the
best, and having prepared an exhibit let
each one come wilh his exhibit, brine his
family also, that the exhibits of others
may be seen also and mutual benetit be
Come to the Fair both to be entertained
and instructed. There w ill be abundant
opixirtuniiy lor y.m to receive both.
Bear the date iu mind. The Fair will
! hold the entire week which beams Mon
! 'V- February 24th, and ends Saturday.
p -j oq.i
I -' !1 -
j A Cioon dfHOOl. Plt'NH'.
At Vorlh Ent The 4 losing Exereises
or Mr. O. J. Bender's Summer
The summer school of Mr. O. J. Ben
der, in Shirfgle Hill school house at North
E;l.st, closed on S pt. 14th, wilh
exercises, customary on such tceasions,
followed by a school picnic in which
nearly all ihe parents of the pupils par
ticipatc l. Both the exercises and the pic
nic vyere attended by the community at
huge and numbers came also from a dis
tance. This school has been run by Mr. Ben
der lor the last l wo or three years, and
this pic nic is the second one that has leeu
The exercises began nt 1 1 o'c lock. Mr.
IJender made briet appropriate remarks,
then the exercises, opcued with a fcoug by
j the school; Keruie Kellllin, one ol the
. ii... i , r.u i n-;ii. o i,
Mll.lllisii u.)s, iiiiiiinipi nnu n t.ii-
moroiH rei iltltion anil then Ctuno both
declamations and dialogues by tho others;
the hist seoch was "Advice to Girls,'
which was written by the teacher and be.
coniingjy delivered by one of the larger
pupils, li. W. Kelluin.
Mr Jtit'ph I Sender, a visitor from
Ward's null was called up tn to address
the crowd. The call was elll il'ely unex
pec t ml to him but he respouded readily
and his remarks touched upon Ihe natural
grandeur of our glorious- stHte Irom the
roaring billows of the mighty Atlantic
and the mcanderiug beauties ol the
French Bro id rivet" lo the lofty peaks of
the Blue Ridge niouutiius. He dwelt
somewhat also upon historical m alters
am) closed by complimenting the sons
and thuyhiers of our old North
TlKsended the exercises and dinner soon
folio wed, w hieh was served up n tables
specially prep in d for it, which were
copiously laden with the good things
ot the land. It is pleisaiK lo S. e such
iutcresl taken in schools. May llie intere-t
il epen, ihe Echool coutiaue to w ork up
ward and ineiva-e iu usefulness and each
recurring gathering of this kind be a
source of wholesome em.oy.ucnt
one was. 1
The Coming Crop of Onslow Comity,
Under the above heading the Jackson
ville Times has this to sij:
"The farmers ol Onslow couuty can, if
they wish, be oneol the most m.h p.-ndeut
people in a
this Southland. Bright to-
i bacco can
be grown on every faun in
1 land that is well drained,
Nght loam or sandy land will make biiht.
' Fa"." ncrs in I ,feer,e and Lenoiv are get-
I l'"i5 la5 ," PV acre lor laud.
i (. raven and t-aru-r-ct are vti'sing toi aceo
r , , - , .- . ., ..
, suceessfu y and OllS ow Is dec dedly the
i,,. county in the Statefof bright tobacco,
i Tho day is not far distant wheu Onslow
: farmers will be astonished that thev have
not put forth their hai ds and reaiied this
golden harvest that awaits them.
"Ktnston has opened a tobacco market,
they are building large warehoused and
prize houses and Onslow will havv one'oi
the l"-t maiket-; i the Staftj almost at her
At M llDhil'a Wlable.
Two splendid iron gray
niatehcs, which were in the
horses that arrived for Messrs.
Co., weie out with the "bu:
last lot of
: They are line animals wtv.hinj; l-i-'C,;
pounds each. j
, Mr. l-'jefd. UaLn was also out c pay tiny
1 with one of the choice: medium, irciu crav
ayivers m the ajternoou.
An elegant little vehicle, a Hue little T
cart, adjustable for two or four jieople -came
ut the same time. It is one of the -prettiest
little carts around here. ;
1. 1 us I on Naval Reserves. J
The Naval leserv"es received a lot i t :
ammunition Monday anel are now in con
ditioti to give powerful aid in preserving
iho peace should occasion nrise Tho I ae J
of the existence cf such 'ftn flrytini'ttioy .
acts 'rs fv prevepiitiVe of' yiotiT or diseiy
eleiy. ' i
t.ieur. Wnslov came Monday and gaye
the hoys their tjrst skirmish drill. He
says tliey did alpntlidly fur the Inst time.
Licil. VV'iyisi ovy complimented our divi--ion
highly. The per-onuel ol tin; division j
is as good as anywhere, consisting of some
ol the best citizens of the place. j
The Re-serves deserve and should have
; t,,u eu,oUratfement and
j community. Free Press,
support of t In;
There's only one right way to advertise,
and that is to hammer your name, your
location and vour businesr. r.c cons'.antl ?;
so insisltintly and thcrqtitil, inV thu
iti.iinL.'d Laila '-lliQl, it llloV wull ill iKoil'
sleep, they will insiinctly turn their steps I Sold by Henry's Pharmacy, JNew Pi-rne ship is l ing erected and they will he or
toward your store Brains. j N, C, old custom house budding. j ganiaed into a e huieh at an early day .
Si';) port ,
4ilarn Practically Iti-ii cu4mI N nr Ii -eaMlern
1'ortioii ol tiiha in the
II hikIh ol I lie I lis ii rue n l. lio II a ve
tlie H.vnipalli.v ol the I'i'oi! anil the
I'lnnteri-ibnrii Well Fort i licit . Inl
The P.ritisli -leatin r T .1'. ja-i in .1 Po--ton
from 'lib i Sciileii.li. r In. brings
news of a seiioii- -late ..f all'-its nt
ji.ilift-. the mi .-I mi p. u lant port on llie
northern nasi 1 lie l ,tl report that
liaill S has I K'l II CVal Hate. I I'V the Spall
iards altera teebh- ic-l-laliee. t hat the i ll
t i re I lot 1 1 e i u - ei t i o 1 1 i ' J the i-'iand ; i-.
the liaie Is of the m-ur-jenls, -mil I d bum :i
self, w hich i one of the -Ironi;e-t and
best loi tilled l ib. - on i c eoi-t, i- in ,
perilous pus'. Ii. m, al lb. .u-h llie Spaniard
l.iivc bei wecii T.liuti and .noii -,,,;. at
this point and !'" ineu-T-w ar in Ihe h ir
IXM'iaasi- 1 1 a i: 1 s. i , I I: i: .
As soon a- the lebcl- lound 1 heni-e: ve
in p.i-N'--ioll (if Hall
Hi'aph and telephone
.ey i III all tele
res a le I at once
in to haras- (
1 1 -ar i, an. i the i oiniua n
- ex po. bill! an open at-
I der of the tort w:
nn imen I
1 1 ollici is
I" the T..
ti -ay that t lie
inn- and thai
-. Only boy-
: ,L1 - '" ""v.-.
Were lelt ill the poll ot lianes t
load an I
unload the ves-i F. 'I h. rest ot Ihe in dp
pulation had joined the iebel lank-.
It, is also stated l hat many ol tt.e lull
planters ate in sympathy w ilh the rebels.
The rebels si em to ha e plenty ol ea-h
and Ihe ollieers ol Ihe Tall' say that every
vessel that sails to Cuba is a-ke-l by n-p
rescntaiives of I he insuroenls to bin ritles
and ear! ridgi s in the I'niied Mites and'
smuggle them to Cube They will pay ii, .
advance for t hese. and it is well known
that nearly every vessel that sails to C'ubi
smuggles ai ins to the in-urgent-
There vva-a ruin ir at Bane- and I ; .bara
when ihe Tatt' leit those plte es that the i
Brazilian rebel. Admiral Melio. was ex
pected any dav wi ll a war vi s-e' and ."iOO
men to aid the insurgents, and one ot the
ottieeis ol the Tall', who saw Mello bom
bard Ho, s;iysth.it iheie is evidently
some good ground f.r the iu nor. and he
further says ihd M-llo can wh i tin
Spanish gunb iats wilh even an oidmary
BIMKTAI. LISTS l" POI IIKS.
A Convention to "Vominnte n Presi
dential Ticket Proposed.
Chicago, Sept. IS. The free silver
forces of the I'nitcd States will
and headi-iiai't : l's will be est;
Chicago, lien. A .1 Warner
of ihe Nation d Bimetallic Lcil
President ol the consolidated
Secretary K iuard B. Light, ol
rieati Bimetal ic I'nioti. will
Ue. will be
similar position in ihe new both".
The new c aisolidati'ei of bimetalic
leagues X"ifiCted its organiatii.n tin lay.
mid a connnittee of nine was appointed lo
take charge of a (fairs and to keep the
headcmarlers in Chicago open. The com
mittee promptly launched a boom in the
shape of the following resolution:
'That it is the sense of
that an early conference of bimetal lists
from all the St iKs who are willing lo
place the cause above ihe pat I y ! called
lo meet and f.iinulaio a pi .ii toward
holding a National Convention to nomi
nalu candidates fur President and Vice
President of Iho I nitid Slates upon :i
pldform wilh the sole plank liviiiiny
independent biinelallism for the I'niied
'ollar Bone Broken Probably Fatal
I njn ries.
Misforlunesj have fallen rapidly upon
Mr. Alfred Rnwls of Arr.ipah.M-. Ilis
wife, Mrs. Alolha R awls, died Widnesdav
the lMlh alter a brief illness, v hieh i-ccur-rence
we noted in toe Daily Joi i:ni..
Alter Ihe fnneial Mr. Kaw ls sent his son
on u errand and on the way the ho(se
which the young man was riding stum
bled and fed, throwing hiui otf and the
horse Ipll on top i f him.
Tho fall was so severe that young Mr.
Rawls' collar bone was broken, a poiliou
of it protruding. Then-aie strong li ars
that the accident w ill prove fatal.
THOI SAM1S OF I IKII.l Kt 1)1, ATMS I
The Plsease Knviijfin
;ains -a rirm Hold in -b;tt.
Advices via Sun lYaiulseo say lh;d
notwilhst.indtng t'e i ihuls ( the Cii'me-e
and ,lapalles Citticials to stippt'esA the
news in regard to the cholera, the tiuth
! ii is at last, come to light concern leg ihe
plague. Jap m and moth Chin i ale l'aif
iy alive w ith ohole a gi rms. Sibeiiau
ollieials have declared Japanese pol ls in
fected, and from ollieinl source it is
le-ariied that over 17.IHU) piOWi: h ive ilied
in Japan from t he plague sit.ee its s'art
in the Pescadores.
In China the dise:ise has gained a ll.rir,
foot hold. Advices by the .-t. -.nicr i;io
Janeiro report that in Tokio, tho heat is
terriliie, and tho .U-case ucrms have been
nursed by U;o clinut'e into viruleut life.
tie vn'-' r,niTio.
i llie r'n.velleville Observer-A llli;li
ly Creditable Work-Its Features
and Ohjeet A Native of .Von Berne
Ihe Editor in Chiel.
The Fayelteville )bs. rvi rs Woman's
Edition is a line one ll consists ol twelve
large pages. Much of the lipaco ii, of
Course, devoted to Fayttievllle- -historically
mid di;c:ip,i.vi,ly, and considerable
I; ab le"voW to the State along llie same
the articles being cawiullv prepared
by ladies ieieetod fur the puvpi
Tboio are several illustrations. Among
them is a lllim of Fa vet tevi I lc. a oictnre ot
... . r, i - -
! eralu-monument ai lialeigh. nm 1 pun r.iits
; of Hons, .reffeison Davis and Z. u.
j One of Ihe colmi.n articles is on "Xor'h
i e o il :lihi new -n - hi si', i ie v on ei - i
1 Carolina Women
their ( '.-.nt ,ihutioUs lo
Litenu mv." y'r
.tiai v ie c i.o M- nn-'
-Uis L. Diuty, New llein. po. h -scs,
iweive very clever nn iiii-m in it.
The jmper iv -.Id at ten cents each and
! is woll worth it. llie obi. a t ot it is to
iaise fun. Is for the Conleih -rate moiuimont '
j which is to be erected on Ihe court house
i square of Fayettevillo. by lb- ladies of
. Cumberland county. The work is direct -
ly iu charge ol llie Ladies' Confederate
: Memorial Association of that eitv. The
president ol the Association is Mrs. Jno.
B. Broadfoot, nee M ss F umie Brvan,
daughter of J udge I'. H. Bryan of N'ew
He rn e. Tl. c e'dit'.m ' is a great credit to
her ativi to ft,c other ladies coiim-ctetl with
H Ue HMUy i Cun.if Teeth.
Bi" Slice and Use that old and well-tried
remedy, M is. insl.ov "s So..f hmg Syrup
for cjildren teething. Il soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pu.n. ciins
wind colic and U ihe best reun-dy for
diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle.
Rliennial ism Cnri-d in n liny.
"Mystic C'ure" for Uhmimatism and
Neuralgia radicallv mes in to days.
Its action ii'-on tho vftem ro.iiiai kuble
M".li! ll'-v,',?-,C,ls. it Vemoveii at mice the
txthse und thp disi ie imicediale!
pears. The first dose oyeatiy bendits,
( I B AN KKHELS iit'(TIl
KM IV COMM. I'KOI FI DIM.S.
In HK'-ial M'eiin:
t'oiinty lroy A
-A. V . f. It. K..
oi nteil I.iiior
The I5nar I of ( 'oiiinT
nor- of Craven
count y nu t i n special or culled
put-Hint 1" law. on the -Olh dav
1 -'.to. at 1(1 o'clock, a. in., at
lion-.- in New Pet i.e. when the
I' Set. ,
w : had and d .lr-.
Fn -eiC, ( 'oriitiii i"iier. F W. Small
nun. I. U . C. ir, vver and .1. A. Meadow:
Oiden .1. Thai .1 niie- A. ih van, i lim'n
the I'.oild of ( '. .Ill 111 ls-iollel s. I.e. and
heieby is appointed plow for the
I'Hy ol (Yaw n to repres- nt said eoun
- -lock in the Atlantic ,V North Can
a i a i 1 1 in. I al Ihe 1 1 1 1 '. t i n o of t he -ln-k -eit-
of sii'l count lobe held on
mi-lav. Sept. -ti:li, ls!i.-,, :,t Mon hiad
N. ( '.. and at all meetings of thi
ol. lei- of si'nl eoinpinv lo be held
!! r. until i evi c ition old is order,
p.owr mnl. r him to a ppoi n t one
re -nbstilu e-.
pre l. 'lh.l upon p .ynienl of the
t a to t ne -hel ' Il . hi . Use be u 1" llllei I
.Co ret I a'.l C. C. l;,,a, Ii. tra. Oily as
1 1 .V l ' . I ' . rela 1 i I apl'il - lor 1 he - ix
Ih- . mill g I ee. -I. l s'.lo. at their
p aei' of busiiics--, No, I'asleur "(reel,
New I '.('ill', N. ( '.
(Irdeiv.l, That upon iayuicnt of the
prop, r lax lo Ihe sin rill', license lie giaut
cl lo Hotel Ch:ill;iw'k i to rat;iil liquors
h.r -ix mouths, . n. ling ),,-. ,. 1M'.)5.
I, K. Bryan presented hisollicial bond
as r iiimi weigher f'.r the city ol New
Berne, whicli, alter cxaminatiuii, being
found siiltieii-ut in the stK-urity thereof,
was nn motion iqiproved, accepted and
ordeie I lo be reeoided and liied.
Order, d. 'licit .1. W Sloan, township
fell a Nil lr payment ol
lor 1 se.l (. he h iving pro
on of ibis board that
is ovi r
Ill IV va
.F.WS I. IIKI ".-.
Several Northern negro proarhirs are
spiring (o e chaplain of the next House
il Hepresent at i ve-.
The pi si nt membership of the G. A.
U. is :!(j7.0'i0. It gnine I last year 43,040
nieiiilii-is air I lost by suspension, death
and other causes "iO.'.ijO. The deaths num
The we. k beginning Oct. 7, will le tire
nn u's w.-ek at the Cotton Slates ExpoM
1 lion in Atlanta, !a.
The Duke of Marlborough will visit the
Atlanta Exposition iu company wilh
Mrs. W. K. Yaudeibilt and Miss Con
; suelo Yanderbilt, the last of ihe week
France and Russia have i nst ructed their
; ambassadors at Home not lo decorate their
' homes i n the occasion ol the celebration
jot ihe entiy ol' the I talinu troops into
! Koine in 170.
. A shirt factory is one of the new enter
; prises to lie est Oilishcd in Winston-Salem
j at an iaily date. Mr. Cicero Tise has
, leased his large furniture factory nanh of
Winston, loNoilhern people, who will
1 b. gin operations, in a lew weeks.
Arrangemenis for a combine of all the
i window glass manufacturers iu the west
ern district weie peflecte I at Chicago
Tuesday at:d the pr ce of window glass
was inereescd H 1 3 or 0 per cc.it.
A special hi tho t'liarlotle Observer
I from Mevico ( ity says: Minister Ransom
has been appoinlid abitrator in the Mexi-e.in-(
in tlcniala content imi. President
ln: announ ed. the appointineiit Tues-
l'illy thousand people saw the pafade
of the Sons of V eemns at Knoxville
I'liisday. The speclalors came Irom all
pails of the I'niied Slates, but principally
i nun East Tennessee and the adjoining
The Wilmington Messenger states that
a will known Democrat who has bceft
over a large portion of North Carolina in
the past lew days, says he does yot hear
i f many Democrats w o. going to at
leu.l the free sdyer cjinveniiou at Raleigh
on ihe "iTtli iuslant. Ulanv would have
1 alien. Icei such a convention held entirely
i within Democratic circles, but they dis
I approve ol a Dcmocratic-Popnlist-Repnb-I
The niiiiiir I hat one of Ihe sleninerg of
the North German Lloyd Steamship
Company has foundered is emphatically
denied by the ollieials of that company,
w ho declare that no accident ot any kind
has happened to any oj the ships of the
The pri,fi o, lund in Wilson County is
s od io have advanced 2l per cent owing
. to l he demand that has been created for
I it by the big a I'd profitable crop ot tobacco
The Cu I ei t-Fip.simnions tight mav
I come off in Te. .s. The criminal law is
I inoperativ e. A decision has been t'ender
! ed th.-tt the lieense law takes precedence
j of it, so nothing now stands in the waj? at'
I the prosp dive battle.
I Three years ago, W. J3, Ss-iall -n, tlie
i owner ol the liidepenil&nce mine in Crip-
pie ('leek. Col., fooled iL for
, ihirly milci. aloug a railroad lecause lie
CiH.ldn t buy a licki t. He can afford to
:' ride i.ovv with his inc une of l,0(H),0tKI a
North Carolina farmers ou.ht to go
into ihe beet crop on a large scale. There
is money iu it. Jn California it is a big
thing. Near Chino farmer Sehaefer on sev-
I en acres ol beets Iiaivested twenty-six tons
! per acre. Tin y contain 15 per com. This
j brings him $-1.25 jer ton or UO per acre.
. Some of the beds vyeagbed 1 1 1-4 pounds
; and were sweet, t-d our tanning friends
take ; l-.ancL North Caralina can make it
The 1 Vnnsylvania Railroad, in testing a
; new engine from the company's, shops,
in hIg a remarkable quick run between
.ler-ay Cilv and Philadelphia, The dis-
i : ,o ' ' ,uu wus
A dispatch to a news agency from Con
stantinople, saying that eleven .Mussel men
have been .liresUd in connection with the
'recent attack mi the Missionary College
! at 'Lirstts.
It is-, C an'n,ikc!en. receiving teller ol
. '.he "Merchants' Loan and Trust Companv,
j Chicago, is missing with about $50,000 of
' i ne inonev oeiougmg io ine lnsiimiion.
Mr. v aiibokelen is supposeal to be in !
Tin: Beaufort Herald says: "As cold
weather sets in lish begin to bitj. Already
Ihe trout are inakimr Inin.rs lieelv out in
: Fort Channel and every morning about
d iv light you can hi at the ni-rry vybistle of
i the li-hermen as be starts out to. tlie ijsh-
ing grotiinls to hooka few
'Ktilherford Colleg; offers iVee tuition
to ouv -.Jils uii.tble lo pay for it. This is
one way of re.-.ching the mind thirsty feir
knowk-.'gc, but it is a question in our
tn'uids as to whether it is (he right way.
Coin pol it ive examinations, one half free
liiitiou, personal non-interest bearing
ni'ile-.. labor assi.siance and other plans are
much pieferable iiu 1 .).. not shackle or
mu.le. or lessen the self lespect of the
reelp.ii lit. F.dlli ill ional ills' it tl t luQS, how
cv cr nun h endowed, -hoiihl not he made
charity bo-pit als m which the bright mind
and lav bo l y , an get l real n icnt. N. C,
Lev. .himc W'uneid went down to
N. i th ,ivor V'i'ly to conduct a meeting
oii'bont a wiok's duration.
A Wick previous he closed a
;tt a mission stat ion al Ihelsboro which
he started last year. There were ten ad
ditions, swelling the total Lumber of I)is
iplcss there now to -19; a house of wor
ATLANTA KM'OSI I IO..
The Opening: Ode A Keantilnl Poem
y ro ill rile Pen ol Frank Nlnnloii.
Colonel Albert Howell, rrad the expo
sition ode written by Mr. Frank L. Stan
ton, which was us follows:
Behold todity the mee ting of the lands '
In pride and splendor; from far lon-jgn
Cleat state with state clasps hands' ,
Here, on this southern soil, supreme and '
Meet now no hostile band-: j
But all flags wfivo where one of Bib- !
Shakes slar down like (be sands' i
And from sky-cleaving towers j
'I' me strikes the thrilling hours i
Ol golden promise for the years lo U! .
Heboid today these lower-, t hese temple.-' I
More 1 1 m ii the starriest dome or minaret
Near skies ol azure met
That which shall live while ages roil
Too glorious to fore-el -States
o.ice at war. in union high and
Whose sun shall never si t!
And to this picture wrought
I'pon the age's thought :
How of man's sorrow God makes Heav
en's own song!
Here, though a
city opens wide her
This is no day of cities, but of states
Supreme and crowned wilh progress1
Here all Time
Gathers its glories in ihe Georgian
And sea to sea replies.
And from the furthest skies
The answering bells in one glad chorus
"No North, no South but a vast world
Here where the cannon thundered lo! th
And royil rose of peace, in living light.
Bee! how above the b'ack breath of the
Flashes the splendor of serene r suns!
Behold the fields oace desolate renewed
With loftier life! The lordly land im
buid With fctatelier spirit! Cities where the
Were trampled red by the avenging
With skyward-pointing steeples! Everv
Is tinctured now with glory not with
And the New South, brave-risen from the
Wears on her brow with diadem at
She speaks lor Peace ami Progress: She
To all the world: "Behold the morning's
The black night rolled away!
Behold where Freedom; with her sccptor
Behold her and obey!"'
And wilh her richest jewels in her
She welcomes worlds today!
Aud not one breathing clod
But sends a prayer to Gent
To bin 1 the nations close w ith kindred
She calls from fields where glad the toil
From hills thick veined with treasure
o'er the deep
Where all the brave ships keep
Their foamy way in commerce wilh the
Where wild the aea-winds sweep:
"Let not the sajls fur Irom thy shores be
Let not tlie captains sleep
Till o'er the billows white
Shall flash the welcome light
Of my glad shores in splendid peace im
pearled." Unto the North she cries: "Thy sinter
Unto the East: "Above us bends one
Unto the West: '"In union live or
And lac that closer union still she
Ready with heart and hand and nobiest
Iu peace in strife
For death for hie.
Loyal to follow where Love"s banner
Sing it, ve seas, whose billows kiss the
Sing it, ye mountains, from vour summit
Sing it, ye dells and far, melodious
Bring it, ye dells that echo on the
Sing a loftier and larger life!
Sing of a world united alter strife!
Sins; of the light that dawns upon the
And be this day, this hour.
Pregnant with that high Power
Which closer brings ithe union of man
kind! THE 1VF.W WOMAN.
The shades of night are falling fast,
As thro' the crowdifl streaks there
A creature not to be described.
Who wore aloft a shield inscribed
The New Woman.
Her trousars were a libtle wide,
And jpst a trifle short liesiiles,.
As forward on her wheel she dashe-1,
While on the startled vision dashed,
The New Woman.
Her brow with evening dew was dren
ched Xt tight the handle bar she clenched,
Aud neer dropped the banner bold
Which showed alike to young and old,
The New Woman.
'Oh, slay!" the 3"oung man said, "and
Your weary lieael upon my breast;
l on surely cannot further go!"
voice replied, "ion do not know
ihe New Woman.
"Avoid this path,'' the old man tailed,
"Us dangers have sttxmg nen appall
ed.' Asa,in a prouii cry floated back,
"om can't keep in the lieatetiitraek
The New Woman."
"Beware the political's fa'e.
And turn back ere it is too late,"
But ever high above the din,
"Come w hat come may, this vote shall
The New Woman.''
Tbe timid crowd bewildered sat,
All night be rode through darkness
And ever anxious glances cast.
Hut speed of his could not avail.
To catch upon, hw diaav trail,
Tke New Woman. "
A,ml when at last the morning broke,
in bitteriu-ss these words he spoke
" Tis plain I'm distanced, and ine race
Is here by right ol rapid puce.
The New W oniaii "
The Lexington Dii
io.Mtt.t. . ... i. ii...:.. .
the DiSt week there have been shinoe.l
Irom Lexington It!) coons of chicken"
4 . ---l-l
averaging 3ii chickens to Ihe coop. This
makes a total of 9,570 cnickens. There
wre at least, 1,500 sold here io t lie locul
trade, besides those shipped, making a
grand totaA of
Rfthiml ovory Statement " wo
mako. Wo Ray nothing that
cold fac'H will not
We Back Up
That is What We Do !
t3F Wo mako tho Statement
here while we have the GOODS '
and PRICES in the Stores to'
bark up every claim aud quota
yVo stand behind, with our
GUARANTEE. You can rely
upon it. Therefore when we Bay
that we will give you
THAN m Ml IN NEW SEHNL
tiyDon't fail to call and exam
ine for yourself.
No Troohle to Show Goods
That is what
we pay our
j; y r iiic ui-1 ei n i mru nut ter
be undersold. YV
ness, and vim will
ni iss a great
opportunity if you fail