1 " ' -
Price: $1 OO-Jer Year.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Single Copies, 5 Cents.
NKY HKliXK, C HAVEN COUNTY, N. C, OCTOBEH :!. 1 !.-.
-JO . J F.II 111' El III . I III II I ill . .-B1 III lit
Vr for Infants and Children.
W MmRTY yoiV ofcrration of Catorlm lylth th patronac of
' . -; U'! flllmi of pwwnn, permit n to rpJk of It without gnoiag.
It 1 naqqtionaoly tho bot rendj for Infants and Children
.', "ill world Ui itct knorcra. It U harml . Chlldre like It. It
jf.':? .gH-oa thorn hoHu It will w their Htm. In It Mother hT
nntklif which fa alwolatoly
Catorla d troy Wwai.
Caatorla allay reverishnoia.
Cajtarta pryycyta vomiting
' Caatorta evrea IKarrlxga
Caatorta raUoT Teething
' i' ' C tori ear Coagtrpatioa
1 Caatoria aeatralfaea the egecta of
- Caatoria dooa aet eoatata morphine, oplam. or other aarootlo property.
,v . Caatarta aaafaaflatoe the food, regnlatea the stomach and bowela,
, Kr." healthy and aataral ileep.
; Caatoria fa pat ap in oaa-afaa bottlea only. It 1 not aold in talk.
xX P aJIaw any one to aell yoa anything else oa the plea or promfao
ttatltfa"jataa good "and
t v .'
See that yea yet P A - S - T - O -
Children Cry for
'"ITmler Gaston House, SouLli Krou; Start, New Berne, N. C.
X'u- x PULL JUNJK OF
- BtoveSe Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
''.k""'.'1 Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
' ' ' ""1 Lime, Plaster and Cement.
DEVOES.PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
T-'? "" EyPersonkllrttention the prompt and correct filling of all
' . orders. . - my. 3tn w,dow
' - V
vlf GRAHAM ACADEMY,
Vfe:?S$:!MARSUALBER6 AUTERET COUNTY, N. C.
-REY. W. Q. A. GRAHAM, D. D., PRES.
' FALL TERM OPENS SEPT., 2, 1895.
v j Parents or Gnardiaus will find this the cheapest and most desir
: ' ; ;ble school in Kastern North Carolina.
I l'l :i IencfttiOB: On tne shore of Core Sound, 10 miles east of Beaufort,
. "' hi a commonitj free from such vices as Bar-rooms, Ball-rooms, Bil
C liard rooma or Brothels. Plenty of churches and Sunday schools.
' 'UJri BEAD! BEAD !.' READ!!!
. Aided by the Methodist church we offer the following inducements:
' ' ' ".' '.'." ,. - EXPENSES PEE MONTH.
cV:: 'i' PtimM'T Grade, Board, Washing, Tuition, 0 SO
; Jntermediate Grade,
t Lafin, Scientific,
' p- 'r ' - ; TktlkT Priveu Iaelud
- Vfj-v-CFor farther information write
- . - f . .
mm - fff
, , "; ' . " i Li, T" jt"
- .? -- - 'ff- 3
-- To NsJ;xs '-. ""' -' --'. fc""-foS
"" ' '??' ' 1 -""" "" ll- J t if .,;r-:V.. . y
- ..N-f -. r
. ;L;H. Cutler &
. Pale, Cream Cheese
P. &. Lower than ever. Tittle
Mve moi.j- by buying from me.
: ' N N. Nunx & Co
Successors to Jt JsS0il27.
-WIIOIJSIA rE and RKTAIL'l'f1"". "nr S lies ladles w i il vvuhrglv
'mm," JI3ooIer8 lri . show vou through this department, and
CONFECTIONARIES. " Z' !'r "" w:'' Jeiy ""n,1'0!l-
The-e goo.ls are a!! new; nut an old
" piece in the hou-e.
JT WILL PAY COrXTUV MKIh
CIIANTS to visit cur tore as we
sell LOWER than any one else, in
' Cot, Pollock ft Kiddie Strwis.
umt and praotloally perfect a
aad Triad Cell.
carbonic acid fi or polxm
R - I - A .
i oa iTry-
Board, H'utalai, Ar.
the President. dw eod tf
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one pound of Pcrap Iron
Ss ever used in these goods.
DURABLE, CONVENIENT an ECONOMICAL
All Modern Improvement to EJshten
Twenty different siaes and kind.
Every Stove Warranted Against Defects.
Prices not mnrh higher at this time
than on commoner kinds of Stuvea.
Can on or address
Co., New Bene, N. t
Prices Will Tell !
Even in Millinery
We are op. tii. g H i vte k the p'et; -i
IS er Brought to ew Bcrnr
i In this Department will lie I'uiinil
tbe vei Latest Stlcs, Best
! Gomis, at ihe Lnwest,
anil e en unheard
JirWe esjKvi.illv inv ;ie a. I the Li lies
to la-poet these goods aad , inpare
One Pric to All Cash"
T.3 New Bens Birgiia Scuse.
O. BABPOOT, Ikl gr.
Sep Wtf 2aa Door From S". O
m:s aiikii i.
In I bo lly
mi' I uitr i v.
1 ; i s.ii.l '1
M:tl ,s-r- W : i
( l r, 'J'llr I.
f I 111- :i ii l A 1 I n 1 C 1
nml Itricllv liilil.
( 1 i.i ' ! . l v k
Mr. .I-lii; )
1 1 1 i i . u I ' 1 " ' " 1
MM! p lii'okrri
.1. Keily ,V Co.
A 1:111' b'"
I:li!i-y w ..i l:. o: ;
. ti- . ill leave l.v t -.1 . - w .
tV.-i'r.t tiaii) for Uir c !'i:t-i .' !
til.' A tlrml :i Kpoiit;o.i.
C.ipt-. .lonr- iiii.l I.;i--'ie:' i
N. .V N.
! tllli-Ut "I
usi.'.l in ci'iincv'tKiti with lues
ml up Trent river, w is Uium
J'uli iintl cle. U -.1 . ver mux
Tin- b-i i- li 1. 1 ' ' ii ''iiiin.
mil h i ;i tlir. c loot 1 1 o
;tVte :Y prepiri:L' to :
val loi tin- Ii ni-tit .1 .1. lr.n in
, ii-' - ..f Ilie lv iV i. ". - 1
In re v i : -. 11
i ! -
ii k. .'.
ivv a l'e-li-
A: in -a.
Ii. nors lor Neu Vic ,
l:ul"us will n.cet witli si.-. as they
l'rol. W. L. Smitli. ti.e
is now at X'niiii. 111 r.'. V
ijoo.l e as.es :iiul net w 1 ' Ii
Havlwio 1111. 1 St. 'ii. n all an. I
1 ! 1 i'l; Irtit her,
'e u 11 he ha i
i 1 it -,ii', p-- a!
1 1, a; t he oat-
annl.ir mi,, ass
at V 1 11 it u.ei'.
1 The Heanf .ft II la! I ar.11 unees th it a
! elarr. c.i n 11 i lilt laeiory u ili h'- t n ted Ih -re
1 111 a lew days hy Mr. tiny I'olt. r. I: wi'l
l on .1 sma II rn If hut 1! I lie e;, .argt d il
resu ts justiiy it.
The drought h is ha 1 n trn.'eney to
hint the eotton by 1 au-i'iL' pre n dure
openino of the late b"lb. l.i,h we ipl'i, t,
but sinee the v it hi is to b,- slightly ilnein
ishe i we are gl'! to see tl e pi',, e hold
Mr. Hugh Cuinniings. who sn elcirant
ly rc-pamted the inteuor wond-work of
the Presbyterian church, is now ptpenng
1 1 he church. The einng r ill lt 111 lig
ure.l, :m 1 the wall In icli paper.
Sir. Win. Webb of M.rehenl. his
bought the entire stock of the la'.e I hitiit 1
Hell of that pl.u e. so says a t or 1 v- ,oud. :,t
of Oie Beau ort Herald an I ill , oiitimn
the business at the old stand. .Mr. '. Ik
Morton, who managed the huip. f u
Mr. Hell will retain his old jilaie.
Mr. Chas. L. Hopkins, ol tharlotte.
the clever travelling pas.eni;. r aycat "fl
the S iiithern liaiUay Comp t'.y is hi the'
city for a sh.ut tiait in the ini, ie-1 of die
ro.iJ. A vary 1 oiiv. nient schedule ha
been arrang.-tl for the All mia llxposinoa
isitors. an:l cvt ry tiling that can he. wi1 1 .
be tlone for the atconiin, d ili.m ol its p-,, ;
The Free Press s iys that A lev Koiih ,
col., is the onlv one chanr. d with any ol
Kiuston's i::cend:u v lirts now in jail, j
Ke,l Joynt-r, nillj.,e and Isai di ti ill 1
have all tit-en releascnl oa fail, and B N.
Fields, J. P.. Co he and Ptiht. Williams.!
the three white men v. tetilly arie-t.-d.
were all discharged.
Buffalo Biir.s Wiltl West show will , -
hibit in Wihning'oii Montlav. iictoliei
7th and to afford ihe pcoji'o of New Bern j
an opportunity of attending it, a special I
train will lie run on the W. N. it X. Uy. ;
leaving New Heme at a. u.
Wilmington at 12. lM. l",ie
lri f l.2."i 1 i-1 10 nit.',' 'nil,
nh.i-e of exhibiiion a: 0 p. m.
a I I 1 III',' at !
V. II leave
'.,.1 lll .se i
Wlslllng to all, II I tile 1 i : 1 1 1 pel loinilin. e ,
may ilo so, as their tickets v. nl good :
on the regular trains next daj,'.
Our foimer toRsman, Mr. Fred Mahler, j
now t f Virginia, came in on the stunner j
New Berne to spend about a couple ol !
week iu the city. Mr. .Mahler spcut tlie i
sumtut-r with rclatires in Euulaml. l'c
had the pleasure ol ttikiug the oeean tiip'
on the fmmense ami la t stia'i.ei-. the;
Lucania and Campania, wliuh truss in'
six das between Xcw York and l,ivir-
pool. Mr. Mahler informs us that thej
jia.senger list on the return trip niim-l
Itreil two thousand ami Vet there vtasi
abundaut ro.im for all. i
Tbf Uual Rnrm.
The sailing and rowing races ami tub
race for the benefit of the Kin:;'- Daiih
ters took place aceouliuu' tu pni.li-lu.-d
programme except that the lowing race
by buys was omitted for hick of time.
The tiist cvtni was the sai'ing race.
The Thus, 1.C .p-. John M, a. I,.ws was.
ihe winner. The I), lender. Jr.. Capt
F.vnn Hentlren was se.oli l. The Arrow,
dpt. Thos. Kolierts came in air a I ot the
Defender, Jr.. but was iule.1 out on ac
count of not rounding one of ihe stake
The rowing race letwcen the ("lytic
ami Laurie was next. The Clitic came in
a little ahead, but it was ju.lgi d that she
shighll v fouled the L iui ie and it vr ,s ac
counted a tie.
The second rowing race by y. ung la.lie
vas. won by the Attn Cheiry rowed by
Mis-tsStelfj Pwherls and .May II. ndivn.
The tub riice was u..n by Wade M. ad
Tho Silver t'oiiveiitioii.
The Si! ver t. on v enl ion nut in Bile
Thurstlay moiuiag, Thuugh tatllt.
Democrats it was a lime if c -n-i-h red
Irom a Democrat c slae.d p hut I ll! a- ill!
otsganiz it ion against Demoeiacy ,l -.etiicd
to have bten it -uccess
Strong resolutions ua re p. s- -.1 n ! .v- r
of the free coinage of -i v. r at a : .ti , o!
sitt en lo one, ami in liivot ot uplu ii. i:;i g
this is-ue 1'. Liir. Ie-- ..1' p.ir' 'it -
.I'.l, I ge MeBac wis pi', -eieiil et 1 1 e l lie I -lug.
but theip weie oim a'i m: a luel
iloZfU lleUioCfatS W ho lo
inv part in
It it Jllsl llllltl.
Kvery column ot' a n- w p. per e
from .j.ootl to -.i.rt' I .li-' :: i I p;
melal. ace u dl ng to t ee -i e , I 1 1 a
and type. The di sat em , , , :i
ill tllt-M.' me. Mis a'l , Ifor. 1- ;t any '
that tri'Ol's -om. liir,. - o. ,,r. w-1., i
Ihe-e p me- :i'e put u.i o. i t .i.. i,
ev . rv dav ,-l : ; - nne ) .- u. ih
ei ml to
I tn knn
,-Uk - in
Kiev i lo 4
l.u 1 J
"Ihe Un v
ami lias iu .
drills , ,:,
e u h a- i r t
al'.ai V .
Hie , hi!. I
is a good pr
Ir un the nth
l : . 1 1 g
: - ell
lll.pi'l (lull til I'lllllll' III
I if ii i ioiiH.
r of he -J-,
'-, rn. p
" I r. (1, I .
ho in ,
1 e .:
i'i.- an i
i l: IT ,
.1 I 111
,1... ;,- , spi
ililll Willi ' 1
shape to lie
the Board ,
1 lenscm, of
ie m in
w i , ; - o
-111 'IU! ! h
- .". p.. it i.
ie .. !, lit i
Mr. I '. 1 1
.Johnson's F.iiui'.-.on .; i ',,,1 Liver ti
ell! icdltS lllC blood. 1 U.ais sound ll -I
restore, strength jj-1 v.ta:'.t to tin- tlel..!
it.it, tl boil v. Pint bottle. 51.0H at F. S
, K, Muck-
. ,v N. r. '
il o 1 cj is .
i ily 'I'liiirilu.T
in One IHrcflor III Kesitrnffl.
nit et; ii','
ii'.i.a- y wi.
epl. v 1 1 , .
in 1,1 at
it l.i', 11
l"V ill.' line
y 11 :tt-
'..'. ' i -li:ius.
- . k an 1 iin '
.ii s wi 10. Dei
-r. - ;
ev Wood. oOT
Vote ; .1. M.
s; ale; one, uou ever,
dex'luiing to seive air:
Ii led by .Mr. C. 11.
county, n.aki. u the
1 he part o! tlie -late s
W S. Chuilwi, k. C.
Wei', is . 'l't 1 1 , Satnii' 1
l'..v. ( h i I ewev. W
in his pla't
i-t ol rlirtetors on
I 'i 1 1 . 1 now as fol In w.-:
II. Fowh r, Fnoch ,
W. I.athain. C. K.
L. Kennetlv and
W. W. I aminn.
The -'i retary .11 motion tasf th
of the incitino for the dir, (tors
n isi of the -In k hoi. el s as follows
I.. II. Cml. r. John M. More
d, T. I).
Wt 1)1 .111. 1 I), nips, y Wood.
Tl e cret in liK.-wi.-e east ihel:
for Thus. I) .nie's. S. S. Wont en an
B. II ickbiira as the inembeis of
mi'iro ruin mil It'.-.
He also t-a.-l th b diot f.-r t !.,
eoniimlte'.' the same as l.elore
t ' -
Bonlen, I.. Harvey.
W. ' 'rainu, r and
irnual mi etinu' will
a vear from now.
TV l!i;ilA( IK KAITIST I'HIRt'Il.
Tlio Fnlnrcrinrnt nml IJooil Improve.
iiimiIh Tliat Have .Iuit lii'en Kill
'J' he T;
: a Oil oi'at
Uvnaele Biptist church
y improve I by the recent at
I e ii an. ! changes
been a, Me I lo ll- i
s! rueted. tlie wh.,1
and 1 he bapl istei v
I till tv ft et
n j t i i, a vi slibul
church neatly reded,
enl trot; 1.
fe( t. all
i -si 1 1 ii ! i- live l I weiity-l t ii
the inner door i n ,1 .uible I' ildiug
The , ( ilieir i pun y unlive pine
row. doiili.e I eatled. tnd mul
i, in thioiiLrh-
our . on the Malls alio o erh. a. I.
The p 'til ot the in w i apli-tery is a
In me o. c il is i ioht by tu: and four tivt
deep. The-e is tia wintlow to Ihe pool
room and two to eiuh ot the robing
rooms. Th. have three' . bun's each, one
connecting vwth the pool room, one di
ret llv with the churih, and tin: otlur
i 'pelll no ou I - ille.
Allhniio)) the meuib' is of this church
h ive iiuicha.vd a lot more eligibly located
than Ihe one oa wlrch the Tabernacle
stands, ami arc foiin.ng plans looking to
the rising if funds lor the ertvlion of a
ii jiii ,1 ai d -uiir.l.le house of wor-hip
upon il.iii.y i.ewi i hale-- aiiuid the a.l-
bl ion- ! o 1 1 , i r pie-. :it limi e of v..r-hip
iiu'.-si v nidi's. I:V the inert-. .s-'iir; at
tend nice, upon their ii), etinus. In
some b. lieve that ev.ui with tile addition
ihe r,-ent bniloing will soon be loun.l un
sullicieiit ti an oin.jdate the woi.-hij.-
A Vi issiouary l(nit Church Orgran
jzril at M:jiille.
On last Sim lay uight Sept. 22, Kev. A.
II. Purl, r of 1 'o'lliK-ksviile. legan a ju-o-t
rai ted niei tin as,si -tctl by ltcv. J. W.
Ih.se. ot t 'o e. On Tuesday they organ
ized the Maysvillr Missionary Baptist
church with seven members, with Mr.
John Collins, deacon.
Tin y have a good house of worship. 36
xl" fe.t. with a steeple, ami vestibule 10.x
ld let t. The house cost about 800.00
ami w is erected under the leadership of
liev. J. II. Yt riion, who had to leave the
woik last winter on account of his
health. K- v. Mr. Porter took up his
wo' k in March.
The pro-pec's .are favorable for a strong
chinch m the near lut u re. Theie is some
ii debiedce-- on the l.ou-c yt 1: and they
would gla Hy leetivc- aid fi.-in any person
to liquidate l lie same.
Mil. AMOS WILMS OIKS.
Troiii llio Injuries lleceiveil ly the
lalliu I'ile Ilriver at Kiiistoii Br.
Mr Am.os Willis, ol' Bciuifort died at
K in.s'on at 4:1 " o'clock on the morning
of Thursday, rept. Ctt. It will be rcmeni
lH'fed that Mr. v'ilhs was severely itl
juretl by a pile ilriver falling over an-1
str'king him on Spt. !;h at theA.it X.
(' H. B. bri.tge over Xetise river rear
Kin-ton. Mr. Willis was foreman of the
We under-!. mil that the doctors atlri-ou:.-
the fatal termination to iIk, blow he
n i civ id upon his in ad. Sinee the aeei
dtnt Mr. li ,s lingerttl in a -cini-
,'oui;iioe condition neaiiv the whole time
not -il.T- ring but uia on-t ioiis. He w a
too low to move at all and has lucu the
w hole i in,.-at the Ii unc !' I u itlg--ket p.-r.
IB- VM'e and t.vo di-.ight.rs have I ecu
- e:i lied e v cry
hi.-, eoinlot t an.
em-pi. .vee . 1
111 allV Vlilis.
1 1 1
:i v e a v ile an. I
Sll-til I rain Aei itleiil.
A 11 lie, id, lit to a boll ol ! he loi
.-. biitiging lie r- l ' ' 1 a i mail and p
r t: i.n'of the X N 11. 11. t.
ii t". a
un an 1
v v e-o r i ,y :n ea pit. it ile 1
mid I'l'o igl.l Ihe
d-s' ; , i at .. hi! i h ree m i 'e
lie ht '. le' Ir g'p tr iin i
th . 1 ' i , r 1 1 1 1 a a long
"k the otle r
inn I that eli
iitld lake the
: n I in k to
e el' :. not her wi:; I
ght Uiiia out i.s n-
l o t tie t l.nn t
ud ih.- morniti''
II x pii. i l iii ii .
rat. tiiM't- lor At-
p.'si i :, in ire now on
the W. X. A X. Hy.
the S. A. I.. sltin.
1 1 : i
d lo o -
X. iV X. By.
iy lid' il'inat.oii
.a t ids.
. ;l ug
got - ;
h -i i
i ti -
g- I a
i nam ' i '
two or th
: at .oa
1 1 1 . i
-.', , i .
llr. 4 I'lls rtitim (is.in
W .-ho .:. :: , : :.
Uriel I III . I.
o lane of the
a'.aiiis the foliow-
. nte-1 .ut
Til K tl
cunti stee w ho has liy law just thirty days j blootl ai)j eradicates all blood poison,
in which to tile his answer. Thompson's i Large bottles, 50 cts. at F. S. Dllt
i brief is a pamphlet ol 30 pages." 1 fy's. ...m r
MII.I.IMKRY H.4(ii:s II AMIS.
M r.. II. H. Kerry i Now Hie Proprif
fur il JIiiHineHH Ktiriiierly Onnt-tl
i S'O Mrs. Wlinloy- Ifer IIhiis.
Mrs. II. II. Berry, who a f'-w das a-"
1 pnieha-e.l (he millinery husitit-s of Mrs.
! l'.eltie Waley. has now laken ehaiye of it.
I Mis Urownie Jlauk-, who las l.piii
I witli Mrs. Whuley easoiis rinil is lie-
cotninL' iiiite prolh ii lit in (lie l u-ine-1
will remain with Mrs. Horry, she will
i also have Miss Virrrie Vnhlrop. the 1 v
'peit Haltiinore milliner, who was with
Mis W'h ih v last m-;i-.iii ni,.l wliow t lli
ciencv is eouseiiuently well known to our
kulv citi.i iis. She has lately keen atti iul-
iie,' the lnillinery i.pening.s in Cliie:e'o.
thus postiii- herself thoroughly upon the
latest st vies ami sinee tin n she has made
I the p 11 it liases of the fall millinery I r Mis.
i Tlerrv. In a'ltlitioii to those we have
mentioned Mrs. W haley lierself will he
with Mrs. licrry a few hours each tlity.
Mrs. llrry has lonsi felt an at true lion
f ir the millinery business nml a desire to
. linage in it. She is starting with a well
. stablisheil 1 msine.s ami under piopilious
1 i ii' 1 1 111 s I an 1 e . We 1-ope to set1 her
iiiak,- a line -ueee-s of r
OIK XKXT NT ATE FAIR.
. than a Month Off- Uraud F.xhiltlt
nml Altrnctions mid Alinntlitiit-f of
Anniwcmciils Low Kates All Should
The time for holding the 35th annual
late Fair is now only about three weeks
off It will beheld at Italei'n on lues-
It will he held
dav. Wetlnestlay. Thursday ami Friday,
October 22, 2:1. 24 and 2 .
The premium list nmounts to $.".000.
It will be a grand industrial exposition
in which the farm and dairv, the house-
! i. el i l.rtw. .1 ,.t.. .. ill 1... ,..1
"."it uuit iiiciiuiiniai uii-i hoi wi. n.jjif
I The lathes" department will be lillcd
1 ..-ill. no.. tul ami nrnoniaii.Q nrtll' PQ
There will be a grand progiarame ot
aniusenients, whit h will include many of
the latest novelties and attractions of the
' Tl.n ,,nlti- flvliihit u.i 1 1 n,.n'o'iii nvinr
1 111. y.'ll'l lAlllUU ITU. WWVI 11.1 ...... 'J
choice specimens of all the now d strains.
Th't'e will lx- line fruit, floral and
i There arc liiicral jiurses offered for trnt-
tintr. running and pacing races the track
on which they will lie held is one of the
finest in the Stale,
The parade of premium stock will lea
rand leal u re.
I All railroads nil! give reduced rates,
j Kvciv one in North ( 'arolinfi should
take pride in promoting the succe-s tf this
Fair, both by exhibits anil attendance, ha
il is n -pre-enlative of evtry portion ot the
State. The lat one was the greatest in
number, variety and xcellenee t)fchil
its and attractions the State has ev. r lHtl.
('ol. .1. S. v'iiir. of Burhuin. who worked
that one through jo sii,-ce-slully as presi
dent, is also at ihe head of the approat h-
intr one, and another
rainl success can lie
IIAIR.S Tl KM.VIi TO WORMS.
The lilhabltnnl.4l Still Water Which
I.ifO Bine to Ibe Keliel-A IiKustiK
Looking: Main In a Rain Barrel.
Xo doubt many of our readers have
heard what is sometimes alleged by those
not properly informed, that a hair ir, water
will turn to a worm, at hast certain kinds
of hairs under certain Conditions. Mr. E.
F. Howe found yish rtlay morning iu a
ruin barrel in his yard which had not bet n
used recently, a nuinUT of the v hiiish,
repulsive looking, wefiling worms, upon
the existence of which the story is base,!.
Some of the worms are nearly as large
around at one end as a lead pencil for the
distance of about un inch. Then it bluntly
reduces in size to the sire of a hair. This
small part iu some is dark colored like a
hair throughout the several indies of its
ltDgtb, while in others it is dark only
tow ards the ti), the rest having a whitish
color the same a,s fhe body and giving evi
dence also of life.
(Jne suggestion advatieid as to the ex
planation was that some insect had laitl its
eggs on baits or bristles that had gotten
into the water and when hatched the
product remained attached to the hair anil
the latter would be mistaken for a part of
it. That might be in some cases but not
in this, for plainly the living worm and
the apparently dead hair blend together
forminu one existing body of whatever
kind that m ight be.
Dr. C. Dutfy informs us that he has
many a time seen the same kind of worm
iu tau ooze, aud that they exUt iu still
unclean water which the sun rencht s i'.
takes such conditions to hatch them.
The doctor lurlhcrniore informs us that
he would not be at all surprised if some
ol them could now be found in cisterns
The doctor says the hair like projection
is simply an extension ot the worm, a kind
of tail they have and he tells us moreover
that if a bottle containing some of them
were placed in the warm rays of the sud,
it could be seen what kind of an insect was
ihe parent of the worms as they wouhl
change to it in a short time.
ASKnii FOR A
I n Tr increments
It is common for persons to call at a
newspaper office and ask for a paper of a
certain date ami turn to walk out without
naving lor it. It is also about, as often
publishers are called upon to make public
announcements that are strictly of an ad
vertising character. Direct impositions
are thus practiced upon newspapers
, lli. ia s have I whose bu-inuss is just as legitimate as any
w as done for other.
There is no more reason in making sm h
liful, tiiithl'ul 1 requests than there is in going to a grocery
('. II. K. filestore and ask lor a pound of meat, or
li4 wars of ' a tlry goods house and asic for a yai'tl of
crd chlhiren, cloth.
The Franklin Times, one of our ex
changes, has this to say on the subject:
A man sent several miles to us for a
copv of last week's l'ress, ami look it
away without saving anything iihout
paying for it, or even "thank you.'' It
costs inouey ami la'ior to make a nevvs
pajier, and at the top ol the llist cobimu ol
III. .dit.irial page we have had thi- infor
mation for more than sj years: "Single
copies j cent-." Ii that man lias a right
to demand a tree copy one week in the
Veal', he has a light toil, niind ''2 copies
free; and if he has that light why has not
every mini in Un county the same right.-'
Our paper is our .stock m trade, and it ha
a commercial value, and if read it should
be paid for. Xow, we nuke this comment
w .tin nit kuowing the name of the man
who sent h.rjhc paper, then-fore it is not
How to Make I n lermeii teil Wine.
'e have r.ceivedthe lollowing letter 1
and Million a brief but comprehensive
A V" 1 1 1 some one please tell me through
the Advocate how to make uulermi nte.1
wine. As I generally prepare the stern-i
mental wine lor my church, and, have'
of en wished I knew how to make unfer
mcnted w ine for that purpose '
1 ics pec t fullv,
Mrs. IL J. Williams.
Pick the ripe grapes iron' the bunches;
mash them; strain the juice; l.od n: skim ;
it; strain it hot into bottles'; seal them; lav I
on their sides in a datk closet. X. C, i
! of Dr. C v ru-Th.-inip- Christian Advocate.
the Tiiompson-Siiuvv - '
case, vvas received at Impure blood causes pimples, hives. 1
lb u-e of Hi preser.ta- ) boils and eruptions of the skin. John
opies were sent to the ; son's Sars inarilla and Celery purities the
EAST KK N AM) WESTERN N. I '.
Ami Dismlvniilairt'iiiis E it kin
Kali's lit'twt'i'ii Tliciii.
Western I'toiI net h S Ii i i,etl .Nttrlli anil
Thence to Fast :irolin:i i tiriiper
fliail il Sent Direct Kn i-till tat e
Hired II tune Trullic.
Mo. .Iiii'hn vi Y , -,; i il, in- , , Tuc
ilav".-:l"d W. .In.--. I., v - !- n--- r 'r e :
supplying full' ea-leui arh li t-
product - of till.' we-i. i ;
State, is tilni 'y . Be. iplo.
w hat the two I ti.eis
J ' . . . II o I (ill!
- ! Had. -nr
- ' il-' i' -
quires for lie ir mutual tit a lupni- ill in lie
exchange ot vai ion- . oiiiiuo , itii -.
This may lie if comph-l e '. ;l : I e New
ness men make an ell-.il to , cu--f ;i. In
this, like all other pr. j. Is in - ai-r.ii--ci
s.s. there must In; unan: i ni iy , fa. ii. n.
Everybody, in i aeli t ..niuraiei y .ii ! in
the aggregate in the tutiie S a'e . I Xn'th
Carolina, ought lo In- act! v . ' y int. r, -te-i
in this malt i r of ijiihii r, i;,g ami d... doping
railroad tin i'i' '.c- an I ' i e. .. : i . ; -T',1'
oiigh ho. s i wit''. ,- ,i:r. . :,.-.i
Some ye irs ago a m. n haul o : 1 r s
who was speeding a short u-,.t o i in I' e
in. in. tain- about tin- s. ason wh.-n app.'.t
were in shipping condition. e..;e.ud, d
combine l.usiuC-i vvith p'eii-ipe and make
a small iuvestim nt in tui fiuit i'-T trial.
He found on iniiuty. that f u every cmpiv
barrel he furnished lor tie giovvi-r- u-e.
he woultl receive aipninli y !' app'e
etpiivalent to a bati'ilful. A- lie -re s. e ue.i
tu be million iu the fi lunie at the-e
prices, he consitlcred that he hie I siru- k a
bonmzi, anil invesieil, and when liL- ship
ment came to hand, he found lie- tipples
he had order, d from Philadelphia a:-,l re
ceived about the fame time a-- hi moun
tain shipment, Cost just li tv , i n's per
barrel le.'s than the fornii r ind he didn't
buy any moin moiintibn ajipl- -'.
The Same is true oi'tlrieil Irtiit. West, rn
North Carolina !urui-hes the unc-t . tij-ied
apples in the market but you buy them
cheaper in Philadelphia and New Yoik
than at the point of export in i his Slide.
Xow the ijuery is, how tin they manage
to transpoit these products from We-tern
North Carolina to northern markets,
thence rc-shipp tl to th,- buy t r here, and
at so much ks than by c-ur own tians
port ttion lines '!
There was a time wlifill the r-ohsieiila-tion
of the X. C. U U..tind th A. ,v X.
C. ii ll., could have been consii nin ited i
to the great ber.elit of not only the E ist ;
and Wtst but tlie w hole Slate, hut intlc-e;
d ivs there were tot) many with itching !
palms, ami the advantage slipped fiom il-.
Tlie lime is not far distant, how. ver. w hi n
this scheme inuy I'D coii-uiiiinute. I anil the'
evil Ol thirtv ytars may in roine mi-iu-u re
be iiglil. tl. Smith. ;
JAS. W. 'AltIK.K-S ft Kit A I.
Uriel Sketch l II
I. one anil
The remains of Mr. ,Ianu s . ('a rmer. 1
of Ihiltlmore. who died nl his hunie on 1
ihe "jlh in-t., arrived in Xen 1 - -1 1 i fu I
interment Friday afieneion. Mr-. 1 ' irmer
the widow- of the .Loused: his nephew, i
Mr. Jos. Cariner ami daughter, and oiu ;
tovviisnvin, Mr. .1. II. II .ckburu at .-om-;
panied the rema'iis. j
The burial was lr..m the depot .1
after the arrival of the train, Kev
Mr ('armer vva- 7i:- nt- ol'hg.
was burn in Wm Innglnii wmuty,
He came to Xt-vv Ben e uli n a n.eie lad. .
elcrketl iu the drug store of Dr. '& Sud :
ders, becanio a good ph trmacis; iiml en-1
teretl business for li'inseif. j
During the war he went t a lluropi-.
Upon coming back he bt:anie aw hole-1
sale iliuggist, and remaiuetl up to tin: time '
of his death a member of the firm of Uoy
kin, (dtrmtr A: Co , 15 illo . one of I he lb re-;
most wholesale th ug e-iablishmtnts of th,
Mr. Caniicr's v i.hnv was a daughter of
Mr. Alex Mitchell's, She is a sistei of
Mix W. F. Kountree and has a number I
of other relatives here. j
Mr. (.'armer- was a line mar. ami his
death will occasion wide, regret.
FIXE M AI I. SEKVIt'E.
A l.etler l.fitlins e Kerne til .1 p. i
in. Will be in Sotv York Xext liny '
at 'J;40 i. in. l I lime 4'onni-el iium '
The regular mail car of ihe W. X". A :!
X. ll. It. made its ibst run Friday since1
its overhauling. Besitles being re-paint' d
it has been provided with catchers to take
mail Irom small stations along the line
of the route without stopping, and corrcs-1
ponding provision for this kind ol s rv ice i
luilde ahmg the ro;ul where needed. I
This will be used on the regular mail an 1
passenger train. The freight will al.-o
hereafter carry through mail pouches be
tween Xcw .Berne ami Wilmington. Tho
carrying of mail on thi tr tin makes'
another mail from Xcw Berne t veiy
The regular mail connection at Wil
mington is now line. A letter w hich
leaves X'ew Berne at 3 o'clock in the ; I
temojn will lie in New York the m i
tlay at 1:2:40. This is getting through m
ahurry. It is a splendid thing for ship
pers of perishable pioducts li-h, tut. k,
At:., The shipper can notify his com
missiou man by mail insttad of l.v tele
graph and still the no: ilic di. m will l.e
received in advance of the arrival ol the
goods, and the consignee thu- lie ec
pared for. ami e. peeling them an obv i..us
advantage Again it is a big advinlag"
io merchants; who wish lo order and se
cure goods quickly
Sphiitliil count ction is in ale
mington, boln Xmlli and South
there are three close connect 1011- v
trains. The r, gular mail an I
in i u l
train Irom Xcw Berne airiv
Cr-Ui verv alieiiioon, and 10
tin le al
. . I - with
the W. iV W. train leaving at 7 p. m.
with the C. F. V. V. at 7:.Vi p. in.
and with tl.e Carolina ( . ntnl at 7 1'
Mr. Chas W Vii kery, supeiint. ii l.-ni
of the I ni te- Stat. Riilwav Mail .civili
an.! Mr. fl. A Whiting t.'n.rd Mai, a
g.-r of the W. X. iV. X. H. H. have bah
shown much intei'. -evcellent
great, credit for the,
i w uk
a and I
ng up this
ind tor the
A Snsiet Ion nM to Turnip.
This dry, hot weather i- expicted to
advt-r-ely atfect the turnip it., p now grow
ing. It i.s too late to tlo anything with
i utahiigtis they being of slow g row th
than take the chances with those giotvin".
but a gardener mf.rins u that white lur
nips will slill come and do veil if
It might be well for our liirniir hi, ud
to tr another sow mg. If the li. -1 - ".v n
ones should turn our peorlv tin r- uii-dit
be good money iu tlie seend sowii'g.
Sl rons ; 1 est i iiioii in I l or S. I. I'.
NKW BkBX. X. C. .ll'LY 2!. l-"a.
Messrs. Merritt iV Clark.
(ientleiueu: For years my wile has
been a great stitl'erei fr,.in I njhi.ls: it t
and its accompanying ailtucuts; tt-nipor-ary
relief has liem obtained from time lo
tune from the use of various medicines,
but your remedy which she has been using
for sonic time has accomplished mme
good and given greater .satisfaction than
any she has ever used.
Jno. S. Man in.
r"S. I. C. is a sure cure lor lndiges
ion and Dyspepsia. sep 20 tlvvly
S:niiiles I'l-imi Itn rn ttfl I Sat isf nc-loi-.v
I'ltilil r.imirii 4 a rn I inn To-loit-t'ii
in i oltmitil I:ih.
Mr. 11. I. W....!en ha- l,',,i:L.!, to ,,UI-
otii. . .lopl- - ol Hie line lo'.aeeo l list d
Mi. 1.. P. II ai'ia at 1" ut Barnwell
v ii - ii M -. W . oh a a-sj-i,. . ;.m in cur-
I e ie ,1 I- I lull. long, nil 1 si Ik 111 It X-
di'. ' ' - '.'1,1. gt)',. ii. v . I lo w in color, a u. I
: ini! ! .. lor. Thi - lobaeeo on ihe Kius
I ei uiill.it i l .le'lil I lien i'.n c. Mts per
p -u: u' f 1 Ihe hight'-l .'lade down to s,
. I lit - ;' .r the I ft.
1 ie l .i eaii- who have liiel the tobatco
ie M -itM-liel wdii it. 'I he iric s are
, oil - . lei', i I good .Hid I he V till, I sa li -1 i If I o I V
1 :'' ; iu t In- , r -p. 'e i rn iel riiit!d thai
liv ' ' ' -.x I ui". Ire I pounds to I lie acre
t'e' i ' Id ih .1 u. ay be ep -eietl on an
a . : .- .
pt. W. W. i r.i ,y iiilonn- ti- tha'
I'i 1 1 e e 1 1 1 y 'i.e.- ' 1 1 I h ! s couiMry. that is
in '. h - - i 1 o t i i 1 1 iliy-, tub nr. i growing was
. p;-ei in, ut -iiai , y sue. e- ',il nnlusti v
1 i I la ' r:i N'ortli t ' it -hi.ti, and that a
: - ' , f . i a- ,-oi. ni ,i ice l -1-, shows I hat
;to..o ! ! it.o,,d. aad iMeniou (,,, moe-h
.v a- i ,is , th .( ih. re was a prohibi
tive ! ex placed upon it in Virginia to
. P it o- t. Uv .u-e it was ,o much bet
t. r i ban lb -ir-. I: :; i .uild lxi grown to
-ilea pcili-i tiri a bundled ears ago il
-l in, Is to iia-on that it can le si grown
There i- sd 1 to be a good tied of laud
it 'we n Xcw B. ret-and Moiehe.nl well
a laute I to toUucu culture. A light
'i:iy Hil.-i.il is snittd to it limt.-i.ton-,
l.u: 1 we are told vviil not tlo. It is best
f i' t an h fanner. ii"t to jump into the
i tiloit'e too iniii h at tlr.-t but to try it
il -nidi Way and inei'-ase ;iS he chooses
with the ktiivvlidge gtinetl by cxpe-
1'iiK ( Aiirs mi (.iiikk.
V I lalKXI) OK T1K BOSfHOIlVS.
How beauteous is the star of night
Within the ciistei n skies,
Like the twinkling glance ol the Toork
Or the iinlcl. pes azure eve's!
A limp of love in the heaven above,
Thai -tar is tbiidiy streaming;
And the g iy k tisk and the shadowy mos
que In the golden horn arc gleaming.
Voting beli i -its in her jasinino bower
And hears the I uilbul sing,
A- it thrills its throat to" the Hist full
That anlheius the ll.ivv. ry spring.
She g ,e- slid, .-.s ,i maiden w ill.
On that b auieotis ea-lern slar:
You niigh! s e the throb of ht r l.os mi's.
11. neatli the while ( 'vn.ai!
She think-of him who is lar a way,
Her own brave gdiongte,
Where ih.- liillow's loam and the breezes
On Ihe wil l Carpathian sen.
She thinks of Ih,- o dh that bound, them
I .l li
lb s,te lle -tGl'inV Wiltej;
And the vvoitl tf love, that inanlhens'
. k t i the Ca.h's daughter.
My Selim!" thus the mai.h n said.
'Though sevtr. d thus we be,
Be the neon:' deep and the innuutajQs'
Mv -o,,l nil ynrtin' to ltt.-o.
l'lp. fo.-.n o dear is nnrror'it here
In rny lieart's piellucd well.
As the iu e looks up lo phingari's orb.
Or ihe moth to the gay Gazelle.
"I think of the tini, when Kiftaa's
Our hive's young joy o'ertook,
Aad I by name tul floats in the plaintive
Of mv s Iver-lone l Chihorpie.
Thy hand is red vyith, the Uload it has
Thy soul it is heavy laden;
Yet come, my giaour, to thy Leila's
bow ei ;
Oh, come to thy turkish maiden!"
A light step ("ode on the dewy sod.
And a voice was in ht r ear.
And an arm embraced younjj Leila's
"Beloved! I am hert i'1
Like the phantom iorin that rules the
Appeared the pirate lover.
Ami his Fiery eye was like zatanai,
As he Fondly Bent Above her.
"Speak, Leila, sp-ak! for my light Caique
Hiil.-, proudly iu yonder bay;
I have come from my rtst t her I love
To carry thee, love, away.
The bn ast of thy lover shall shield theo,
My own j.'in.cbeed from harm;
Thiuk'st thou I fear tlie dirk vixer.
Or th;- mufti's vengeful arm;
"Then droop not. love' nor turn away
From this i ude hand of mint-!''
And L"lia looked in her lovei's eyes,
And lnni'mured "I am thine!''
But a g ti uiiy man with a yataghan
is'o'e through the acacia blossoms.
And the thrust he-made w ilh his gleaming
Hail pierced through both their bos
oms. 'Tlier. ! There! Thou curse. 1 Caitiff
There, there, thou false one, lie!''
He nor-eless hassan stands ab ve,
Ami he -miles to -ee them the.
Tin v -l . p li.--iie.it h tie: fresh green
1 1! : t.
The lev .1 and the lady--Ami
the maidens wait to hear the
( U' th : daughter of the Cadi!
HI Vt.lMi AMI IIKItilU.
WiiKHS 11V THUS. VliHillK,
Avenging and 1. right fell (he swift sword
ol t rut,
()n him w ho the brave sons of I 'sua be
For every It n. I eye which he waken'd a
A drop from his h art-wound-' shall weep
,,-. - her hi ide.
By tin- red cloud that hung o'er Connors
d irk tlw ell iug,
Win n I'hid '- thief champions lay sleep
ing in gore -
Bv ihe billows of war. which, so often
high sw i-liag.
Have w . ft. d th.se lieroet to victory's
We swear to revenge t hem1 Xo joy shall
Tim harp -hall be -.'dent, the maiden
i Hir halls shall be mute, aod our tields
shad lie wasted.
Till vengeance is vvreak'.l ou the mur-
t lel el - head 1
Yes. morai eli ! Though 5Weet arc our home
n colleci ions!
Thou h -weet are the tears that from
Though swi t are our friendships, our;
hupes. our affections, j
Keve.ige .rn a tyrant is sweetest of ,
If the ltub is ( lining Teeth.
Be sure and u-e that old antl well-tried
remedy. Mis. Window's Soothing Syrup
for ciildreii teething. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain, cures
wind colic antl is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle.
SMALL HOME CANNEKIE
Tu Siiiiiilv the Local Trade,
Tlie Ail vn lit Rice They llnirllirrl hone
in I.airife Itlei K use Willi Wlilrh
They ran he KNtnhlinlietl nnil
There ought t3 lie canneries enough in
and arountl Xew Berne to at least supply
all Ihe canned vegetables and I'm its that
the t ily requires. Why should not jui
. own citizens put up micIi fat tones Why
, should not our iarnjer? brunch out into
Ibis line themselves in a small way by
1 encliug small antl comparatively inex
p nsivc factories, antl supplying our mer
chants with such gootls, thus keeping at
: home the money that is now sent abroad
for Iheni y
A Baltimore correspondent ofthcChar
1 lotte Observer, recently gave that paper
1 an article showing that in certaiu things
the small cannery has the advantage of
' the huge city cannery and ho gives the es
timates of the cost of operating a good
cHimei'v and what niav l.c 1 vpic e 1 from
' To the truck farmer, who always has
fruit and vegetables at certain seasons
which are uot marketable at a profit, the
small cannery is a windfall. The large
city cannery, no matter how improved it-i
machinery or ho tv large its output, cannot
compete with the small can:iory, whose
raw material is practically free, and whose
skilled labor is considered free.
The cost in such a case of operating a
cannery of 3,000 ;i pound can capacity,
it in the country, would be about as
3,000 empty cans 2,c, $ 75 00
2,000 labels, 3 00
12 ') cases (2 dozen cans er.ehj 10 Ot)
Solder ;i 00
Fuel and water 0 00
.Superintendence 0 00
5 men 4 00
30 w omen and children a 00
Incidentals 2 00
Total cash per day $105 00
"This is 3J cents per can, and if goods
require sugar, 4J cents per can, or 42
cents and oi cents per dozen respectively.
"One bushel ol tomatoes, peaches or
apples will turn outli dozen 3-pound
I cunn. 1 nus it goott sweet peaches can be
I sold at the very low piice off 1.54 per
dozen d-pound cans, the lruit realizes f 1,
wuicii is equal to f i.ou per Dusnei.
"The country packer should compete
with ttie larger concerns by trying to put
up goods in tho best manner and not in
the cheapest manner. The large packer
sells his gootls through brokers who con
tinually call on him for a li'.tlo cheaper
product which will enable him to compete
witli another broker, and so the tendency
increases toward poorer goods.
"The country packer should nell, not
arountl by way of the Baltimore, or other
brokers, but direct to the nearest whole
sale grocer, 'hus keeping the money at
home and lienelltting both producer and
EI.EVF.X COMPANIES ENTERED
For the World's C'hatnpionahlp Howe
Reel Rural at Atlanta, iin The
Mr. J. L. Ilartsrleld, foreman ol the At
lantic S. F. E. Co., of Xew Berne, has
received the following letter in reference to
the World's Championship Knees at At
huta, in which the Atlantic Hose Reel
Team of .New Berne, is to take part:
J. L. IlAKTSFiEi.D,E8tj.,New Berne.N. C.
Dear 8ir:-r Yours of the 10th, inst. .
received enclosing check for f20.00 in pay
ment of entrance fee for the Atlantio Fire
Co., of your city, and tho same has been
The following teams have entered for
Xcptune llose Co., Gloversville, X. Y.
Central Hose Co.. Bradford, IV.
Greensboro Hese Co., Greensboro, N. C.
Independent Hose C .,Martin's Ferry, 0.
E. W. Clark Hose Co., Grinned, Iowa.
Tiger Hose Co., No. I, Fernendina.Fla.
Ocala Hose Reel Co., Xo. 4. Ocala.Fla.
Fernandina Hose Co., No. 2, Fernantli
Marion Hose Co., Ocala, Fla.
First Ward Hose Co.. Butler, Pa.
Atlantic Hose Keel Team, New Beme.
X. C. Truly yours,
W. R. Joyneu, Chief F. D.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
The Suez Canal made f 1,500,000
in 1894, than in 1893.
Aote did not break the world's
ting record at Springfield, 111. Try
would tlie famous horse oouli not
la Peking the cholera has a grip
it antl now it i3 said 1,500 tlie daily
it. Japan has lost 26,435 out of 38,091
who were attacked.
The government of Spain has ordered
00,000 Mauseur rifles in Germany for the
use of tUe army in Cuba.
A dispatch to the Tall Mall Gazette
from Shanghai, says that tlie entire
province ot Cheng Kiang lias again
been placarded witli anti-fcxreign and
anti-Christian proclamations, causing
much anxiety among the foreign resi.
An exchange says: uIn boring at Hope
Mills to put iu the deep well system to
water works, the results were beyond
expectation. At a depth of 175 feet a reg
ular artesian water spout was struck,
affording seventy-five , gallons of water
per minute with a pressure of seventeen
pounds at top of ground which will force
the water thirty-four feet above the top
of ground. The contractors say that it is
the strongest stream they pinve ever
The Chatham Record says the changes
in the laws made by the late "reform"
Legislature has made the offico of register
of deeds one of the most lucrative ones
within the gift of the people. The emol
uments have been grtatly increased be
cause the register now discharges some of
the duties heretofore discharged by the
county commissioners antl the superinten
dent of public instruction. The oftiee in
Chatham, the H.KOid savs, i.s worth at
least $2,000 a year.
The News ami Observer h is over a
column in which Senator .lams an. I Capt
Ashe give their reasons why they ditl uot
go into the silver convention. Boiled
down, it amounts to this. They came to
attend a non-partisan silver convention
ami found the Populists determined to
use it for party advantage. Cap. Ashe
w rote all the resolutions save the last InrtfeJ
of the one which caused so much debate.
That half is written by Butler as is also J
tne last one. The Democrats not in the
convention say that it was a failure of the '.
worst kind and that Butler completely
Goldsbugs say that if silver was re
stored to free coinage as it was prior to j
187.1, goltl would all How out ol the conn-
tty antl we woultl have nothing but silver. ,
How much scarcer could it get in cireula.- j
tiou than now '! How long has it been '
since the average citizen even saw a goltl
coin? Can you remember when you saw,
your last one (
Mrs. Lucy Hastings Betts, w ife ol Hev.
A. L, Betis, and daughter of Kev. J. K.
Brooks, D. I)., died in Charlotte on the
17th iust. at 2710 p. m., t f consumption.
The remains were carried to Smithtteld
for interment. We sympathize with Dr.
3rooks and family iu this great trial of
afflicliOD. May the Lord comfort tlie be
reaved. N. C. Christian Advocate.
Behind every Statement re
make. We say nothing that
cold facts JTwill not
We Back Up
EVERY STATEMENT :..:. .
That is What We Do !
EF We make the Statement '
here while we have the GOODS,
and PRICKS in the Stores to.
back up every claim and quota-
. 4 . ...
-y YVe stand behind, with ourK
GUARANTEE. You can rely
upon it. Therefore when we sajv '.
that we will give you 7"
THAN AN? Mil IN 111 IWl
Don't fail to call and exam
ine for yourself.
No Trouble to Show Goods
That is what we pay otlr
I'We are determined not to
be undersold. Wo mean busi
ness, and you will miss a reat
opportunity if you fail to visit