INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS,
Price: $1 00 Per Year.
Single Copies, 5. Gents.
Nir BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, DECEMBER 12, 1895.
-'pnOTHERS, Do You Know u- 1,,
' '" Ja aiil V Baiemaa's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and
noit remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine '
. Pa Ton Krw that opium anJ morphine are stupefying narcotic poiscms f
j-a. -.if- Torn KQT that In most countries druggists are not permitt?d to Bell narcotic
, without WKIi'"g them potions r
- - , ' P. T. BjlflW that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
- snfasa joaoryoor physiciaa know of what it is compoaeJ f .
. jy Taw Kw that Caatoria b a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
; tU lagradiantals published with erery bottle J
... -. P Taw Kwrar that Cartoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
- Tfcat it has been am oaa for aearty thirty years, and that more Caatoria is now sold than
- - of aa other ramedie. for children combined t
r . :.-. BTw Kaw that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
" ' - i wthar countries, haTa issued cxcJuarra right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
' Cstria and its fonooia. and that to imitate them ia a stale prison ofTpnse !
- P. T ltmow that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was
. tisn Caatoria had been prorep to be aholateiy kraal at
Pe Tsm Kawr that 35 srura(. doses of Caatoria are furnished for 35
-e ta, or one cent a doe, r
PTw KnwW that wa poaseased of this perfect preparation, your children may
...'' "' g"JT taa (Mm are worth kaowtac. They are facta.
'J : TVw fao-wfafl.
- -'- , sUttlns arf
Children Cry for
- Wholesale & Retail Dealers in
FIodr4 Fork, Coffee, 8agrf Lard, Batter, Cheese, Syrup, Molasses,
: Yinegar, Sunff Tobacco, Cigars, Canned Goods of all kinds,
" N- i Teas, Spices, and everything else usually found in a
y-T'-i- ; . FIB3T-CLASS QROCEBY STOBB.
'GAVe hare bought in large qoantities for cash and are prepared
'to sell a$ low as anyone.. Country Merchants and the general pnblic
will d well to get oar prices before buying elsewneie. No trouble to
show goods. :
Stables Free, . 47 Broad St., New Berne. N. C.
3oe What; STEWART is Doing !
A Full Supply of
; Jast arrired and bought so they can be sold low for cash or
" -'i -v " 'secured paper.
XBemember -that I always keep a full line of Carriages and
Buggies of different makes.
OAnd liave now added BICYCLES which are on tha w r; and
don't forget to examine ray stock of Harness and general Sad
dlery, liobes, surpassing anything you hive ever seen.
GTA job lot fJ5Q dozen WHIPS, bought so they can le sold at
. Jess, than factory prices.
ALL;GOOUS GUARANTEED AS BEPBESENTED.
Under Gaston. Uoase, Soutii ioii; Stif t , New Berne.
V ' '." ' y IfTJl-I rsii OF
Stoves. Carpenters Tools. Cutlery,
. . Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
1 ;V: GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
. " - . Lime, Plaster and Cement.
DEVOES PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
" ': tyPereoaal attention to the prompt and correct filling of al:
orders - ' . ' k m$3vn ,dow
; V nO. 79 MIDDLE ST.,
Is just bock from the North, where be
. purchased a Large Stock of
. Stylish, GentV Clothing,
'. -1' Kir Line Underwear and Hats,
- aod a Oeoeral Line of
JDrj GccSs, Shoes, Notions, He,
, -At Rock-Bottom, Cloeing-Out-?
. Sale, Osb Price, tod will sell
; Accoftl'Dg.. We Uv wlat
t you want aod cannot be b at on
i price -'
COME AND SEE US.
J. A. J
r".;;" ; A good supply of lino horses
"".Fleet Drivers and Stroug work-
vn ami Farm Mulf on band.
and A big lot more now on tin-
-- 7 If you Wiint stiund. serv ciaiib
' -v itoiBtals for any purpose whativer, ?ei
- - OK.. I've got i hem and will sell them iow
fof cash or neotinble paper.
' t3r" Cood teams always on hand 1 " r
- ". In re.
" J. A. JONES.
'.-'r - " Xo, 70 Soutb Front St
. J. W. Stewart
New Berne's Busiest Store.
We u !ii ..- .-a . n .
Ac. ever brought t-
2.5HO TOYS for the IIIILDKEN.
l.oini PIECES GLASSWARE.
POLLS, all kin.
it i s v
-I I. Kit" V :. h
tW Bt:KK.'S RKi I1KV I.IKIII1
BAH AIIV Jl 0X7E
O. 13-El3iOOT , llr- i
ft'"1 A I ri-sh Supply et Ll ,. i . ., . .
tfl Salted Almonds. .- '' ' ' - "
nj bruits and ,N It fl FI
p-l , -- l - ;.. w
hj J-5t ,cJ r !ai u
in Tn a pound of TF.S. -J l ire if ..! - ;-t -
jj NtV f i me. I w. ul
nj Largrr Bunch Islaga Ln the P. e on.'- w i
In tirapes c. PJ ,tcl, :ug al . g. u-.
?cLLr?c7piirpc--?rjrpcrp- vU. ; Duih 's.
XKH'K ADItl I T.
In (he 4'lty ol Klin- mid Vic.n.t.v,
nihproil In nixl Briefly Told.
.i!s ;it i. e
a Cii per
1 .in; ii i n
'out o!' Pollock stret t i- ' qua' '
cent improV' ii.Mi;. Ti-ev have
to 111 tl .ittnlct.V-
The-e w. . a s-n . 1" i u i 1 . v ai ti n '
b' to. a liulit ia-: a J S - ' :unl u n;tV
f.-ll lit (i.-l-.wir.-. ti'-i : ot ! U. b t-
:, mi :!i cvoutui. 'i ... i" w n n :ii
New Hi rir.
('tii. n s of tue 5ili wtii- fiuui 7 ")(
to 7.90. TlieN'iw Vi rk mnket r'n..l
at 8 03. It?ptak-- ilei iiio.Uv well t' r New
BiTiie :i 'it 'll ii arkc-t 'hr .iiie
c'sto :U- SMf.Jin m Nci York mar
k.it- i an be prrjt'iM-il i.eie.
Hev. Edu..r I i'.n . In fiw b en otf
on a c.'Iimi-iiis; lr i t-r Wilhains' ink.- 1
riiuniul Iikiu' Ful y. Iiii'illy ; tt' '
t'lirisllll.s lie will i' v i O" bit 'Il'.iiai;
trip in tin-iiit ie-i ' t . E ..-t (.'ai il . ti.i i
Mr. A. B. Si.i : oi kvii:.-. ai- ;
hi has i .id hut a
I. Y. no: ie. .
s. i inetJ half .h' iiU'i -i i ot -usi-ri'ur-the
WaaKl.Y JofBN.M.. " quired, t-.
the v e ei - i n in'iii.eu hh u
idi ill e'.t!ir us a pre i iu.n In
le u I V suhsei it rs
Mr (r o.ir.'.u-t
hi o .1 II
Stuns n Lu idu r C. ..
nai i ul ai el 'i nt.
ir.m a piece ol oachieiyi
liim in the ee, bru -i t
ciitiini; the come. . f n e ey
uately, however, th ijury
I al 1 For; u-i-
as will impair hu visio. .
We lire "1 id 'ean ih ,t t!i
proposed to be
jier part of Droa.
i in d in l t hat i
will lie nt away
p illion of the
n i n. gr
i -tree! ha
iy ,i r a-."
fro t'e I
.iii the up- j
abie am.. tint j
nii.-t eievat. d
w oul.i h'avr
been a serious dan .ie ho b to the street:
itei h Dd to the pi.ip.ny douu' there it ti
hnd len i nt iti wii ike it was fr si pro-;
h d t o do.
Otaters havebein both plentiful and j
floe ihti aon. NVe h i e m-vera I s :
remarked up.iii tin n. r. c. ntly and Tinnf
tlav umony tlxh o ui'K. i were mril
bruabtap by Cup: uo. 11a iiiton
frnnlino- Ouarter. llat t tl.t i;nrjo were I
trom the naiural rK?k and ha't' wcr-- cul-!
tivattd oy.urj B-'tn l"'s nireescep-;
lion.Hv noe. Xoi-fer nee-l be wanted, j
Thecaotain propose shipping ib-se him
self. Th-y weri raised in Core sound.
There wa" also a sjilei d'd lot of plnnted
ones up from Jarre. t's H ay. This whole
crgo was purchut-td by Mr. J. 15 Wat
Mr. George L Kdpatnek. truvtiling
ajifnt fir the K nstou Free Prcs is in the
city rtgistered at Hotel Ab-ert.
B.sjoei his work Ii r the piper, Mr.
Kilnutriek is wnrkio.' in the in eriSt nf
Kiustou as a to'-acco mmket He is get
ing the addresses of all giotf.crs
of tobacco t those contemp uiing
growing it. Each will be lurnisln-d gra
tuitously copies i the pamphlet on io
bucro culture ar.d aiso w th ?eed euoujdi
of the tobneco b. st adapted to his use to
plnt seveial acies.
The road lied oi (jrr.iv'e? str et, on Ihe
square above Johuso.i sir. ut i. Iifiiug jirc
jiared by proper gradinj for sliebing
When the sheila me apo iid, that will
comph te the funnectii g ink. making a
direct shelled roadway hetw en tlie ?ieam
er wha'-ves and Ui W X & X. K. R
The St; ei t trom tlie - W . t d -n-k to the
same railr. ad is als.. -im. ally sheiieil
lhr. ughout H a: dis.a e
Whon the ol- ck -i w .-ii h the vvo! k
now in prooivrs i- ti i-lie i t .i-.e will incii
be but oue strn t ca.t .. ae A jjc N. C.
R. R (ih.it is Eas. Fr t Mre ') which i
not she! e i fn-m the rai'r.. ui t" the
river, ai.d we hope ti.a' it will n-.t be
long belort thai will be she ied likewise.
Nearly every cd-s s;ie--t V '.g between
tlie two miliOnS a d rivers lias also
hten sheiled and a ye . nit n beyond
Bykeiping ut it, C ioi'iui-Dt is
counting w II id t e lengtn ot l's eieu-i"!'.
Be dts th vork e . .. tn A. & in . C
R. R. considerable ; . or.. nun 't lias aho
been made above i..
Coired antrrrscs Pelegrates.
The X C. Annu .' o. I', ie assem
bled in Wilm ngt u. N. '.. U'edua-day.
Nov. 27, 1895. in S . Luke's A M. E.
Ztou Church at ten odock a. m. and
eleceil he follow n -' naued ministt i ia!
(h legatis to ih- Gen- 'a t on erei ce:
Revs John Hoop, r, 1'. E . II C Phil
lips, D T Mitel e'!. W A II y
Su-.t. n, II Bell. M L Moore.
I M M..ch-
f 11, S IS Hunter. F M lb d
E S W S.niiiioo. W 1 M
il Fiib or I. L i. W... n
W I ..n, on.
ore. n D.; W
n.s. 1! S R.-vs.
A Ciawford and
Lay delegates Vug
E W tMllith.
Tbe Vnlneofa Walnut Tr.
Bunk ' Ule.lsoe lu- the lO .tinct f r
delivering a v ilua'i ' ualnut tr it th..
place. It is of tne i urly variety, an 1 was
planted by Shsde Ca I hnvnv So v-nrs ago.
i at his home i o New riv. r, .bo it 0" m.lr-
f'lill this pl..C. A llll'.l tiV l;:e .1 11" . t
St vc t pure I. .c t t ne t v : : ..: t '.l l' . ' -
ivavs lor ftlaL.t-oi :t a .n rtt:- m
firm lor f B'. s..e ge - jT'i ! .r .ie-
hveriug it in re Nofii w.'.n. -ii-r-.
.Just think ha' a b.n.tai ? i n-a-i n ;' 1
have who had a t- w acre- pla : :n -ui h
tn-es. I- it u I . lib a io e ! r me-, w
have lare ir.ic s of u u-d I : .i ! - t ip
.-rovis ot tin tie. -r 'I ey w.l c..-t
.othinu af.er ih.t .u I ! . -. ".--.i-ii
valire with .ver ;.. ir pa--e-.
A True Bill Anaiil-l IUi
ul jur. i t i
i u l l,as
rsit pi ri'.t
t u ' :
r 1 1
.e b :
t - t '
Mrttr or I'a rn li i
i -ii -1.
Our Y o ) il
COTTUN STATES K POS 1 TION
The N'ttahlt1 Show Nmv in Prog
ress at Atlanta.
' " " "
Plrnsi,,.. Kxliiliillon. bnt
One TliHt I, Kl nontional iu n ;
IIIX Det;reoSoiiie ol The Impor- f
ieat('..tlon S .itt-s and Internal-
e.iith o: i'
meriis ii i e
n at Ai!ant i is now in the
i'ioiy. As its icatnes.s ami
k'conie more thorouiihly and
tlie crowds have liecome
renter an. 1 gre iter j ml may reasonably
ne expirte.i to continue fjood until
the clo-e on the la-t tav of t In- year.
Mm h his been said and wri'ti n nb,jut
he Exp. sitiou but any account of it
i;ies a very faint idea of tn. reality. Only
an tirtu.il isit wit! 'ive one n pr. per con
cd:i'ii i t' us uiandi-ur and c..ii.piehen
A uil 'o t;." i xpositiou is not a pleas
ure trip only, it is i-iluc iiionai. i neie
one cin se and examine into
tin iv is a threat i-atf .et.oii in bt-iuir infer-
ii, ed A fair (h a . f them can be obtained
bv a u-pfL-, urn. while to
j.i in a conv-po' dn .niou t oi l d..rm
t on npon tiie n tr im ac ud rv.uion
hi any oi her way woui. i.qu.ic j onnevs
tliiiUali. s of mill s 111 lr"..tll I'll I all un
told a in i lnealciiiiiie i X)i hditure ol time
an I money.
Take 'he I". S. (Jovei nmiot exhibit
n'o;:c: an entir.- o,iy cul i easily !
spent bo' h protitiblv an i pleisurably in
-tlldMIli; It'll d cm t ne re b i. g i' i w id 10 ut
U .ing .my fun her. fli Ed'- Savioi: er
vice aia-i tlie Tna.-ury Iepartu.ent lach
hav biiildnins apart fro n ibi m .in Gut-i-ri
men i Hindoo i- r t Lei r ex h i bit-, and
a: the f "1'iner m.i "ii y .an u i omple.e
juttit of a life .snii'; staii n be seen,
but eviry afternoon at 3 'cl -ck the man
ner of opiT ition c m be se. n thi- men
are dr 11. d in ne mi u. thii- tiny
nothroujh -uo. r nj a di.ri .-S'
-t as thev
u J ;.t tin
lion The treasury .upaiimeni contains
.In me-, di.s, c, use in ciunge. but
I hev i-re
not "making ai.v n.onev'
Jn t!:e huge Government building cm
be -eu aij..st everything ei-e peitaiuing
to tne gnvei r.iiwnt op. riuiotis. Here can
be seen not only what is ij) finest live ' substantial lecogniti.m it has given to the
fish exhibit ever "show n on enth, but also ! negro n.pe nod the advantage the race has
along wnh it, the risli hatching opeiationsl taken of the opp 'fiu utty aol'dpt- Wfid.
as Couducte I bv the Governtiunt at its the exhibit in ihe negro building do not
siati'nsin North Ci olina and elsewhere.
The fish exhibt: einbra. is both ire.-h and
salt water iisii oi uefn oruame nal, hid
ious ail' I i ang rous kinds and a very
large pioport on in,:e.d--ol Hen came
fro. ii ' N,ew Bern-; an t Moiehea.l city
The la 'b giasi i;--pi tanks iih lack
grounds of lOik, ilei, -.ea iggotable
giowths &c, make bi- utifu! homes f.n
the fis'i and give splendid i portuniiy of
vieiviug tli m and tne pieasare with
jhich tiny aie viene i canbejudgid
from the i'act that we neve- lain d to timi
this ihe iiuvst kfuii'iied portoc ot the
In this same building eau b; teen
Navy officers unl'oiui, alfo the
;.rni in use bv tne g .vi I'imieiit from pis
tols to th" va'i us styles of rides up to
the gieat cannon, aUo the fii issues which
whs tired foul the po.er;iil w.Bpons
will p iss through several inches o' steci
plate. Ihip also cm be Seen models of
ihe warboais, mothlp "t macinnrti'V, ind
implements in w hatevcr line one Is intcr
. ste.i; pirieitly taxe. .erm zed specimens
of anmiHis, bird-, instets and bugs from
every part of the country, with names,
li , bit s an'i coiinienif hs to preponder
eoce of uscfuinis! on ih stni' tiveneis
(iliese comniei is reverse many generally
acceptid npiijious), exhibits in chemistry,
lorefcly, b--tany, c tonni ogy, po ind. .gy
&c, in array 9'hph imply liaffles de
scription us it dp. s in idnvg1 e, ery btiihl
ing on the grouoiis.
Tne Manulkcturcrs npd Liberal Arts
building is one of whicli t' e visitor n vi r
tins. Tie- enof m.ti- varnty ofllnepio
oucis oi sk ll tioni ihi- and o'h- i Aineii-
i an countries, and irom Franc-, Italy and
othgi Em opeau countries a e sufficient to
'Chi ones, q.ttrnpofj during ill i h-- time
the vi-ttor tan .purr ioi'diti vns b'li'd
The !nchinery buildiu: i-a mvei-fiil-irg'soufi
e of deght. There i- lemgiar
rie i on in d xact su h work as would be
se. u in cotton f.ci. ries, kni't ug bocories,
toilet s-ap fieior es, pottcrv stii l sh-
ii ents, print eg oftj. es S' tll tliff i.-nt sh'le
..f type seili g macinu s, &i.. i-.'.
b; i Je exhibits of ste i n ingups i ml
met.iliiid wo .I woikiug tnachineiy in
arje atnt r. ui rkui-le .riety.
Iu the m-w-papir bliildi j oil .ui) Hn
abi'O-t Mil kii.'d .1 veii:. .-' he imi wi
to ! ok a'.
We coiil I N-il o' 'he i '.. e r l it y. tl. e
arts, woman's and other gen mi 1 it; .dings
a- we li ve ; tin- prole r'g ti ny ate
w . n 1 !n i f tt bu s a e lot 1 :-.
In her M : e e In b , ( le
net.-! 1 vv 1 1 i i ; i i t . l'.i -n es
U di !i led ' . . reol. lion
O i ;i
gl- et t lip
..ii veil u-
pi o.l I
i e "
i :s. t lie e is
As-o," ' nl
: ti. ut thts bu
Kveiy li;; g
in ( ;' org. ,
t 1. ;' what
.u li i- ih
- "t tl:
p. in :k '
tn.- ul n
t ."ii T:
: 1 1
ot v. li
A v. i
A : i
111 11 -:
v ii- I -an
ii x ii i oil- e eg ai. e
CNir passes by without going through
v Ii ; t m-i I lu. i.rflll nits
The Jli.lwav jilaisancc is the amuse-
nient portion 'f the KxpositioB. It one i3
limited to a shoit time "t t he Exposition,
he can put in lii time iiiuch nioic protitn-
i.ly (jlm nliPle mi. n on miuway. 'tie can
1 .e' shuK ol aiiiiiii mcnt uny where, but
one d'li not olten m t the opportunity of,
! sci'li'i' s-ueli an Epo-ition lis this, iilid !
who wi.u.u w imi id iniMi: iiiuuiu v .ii uiiu e
lime sieini iMtiini-D .stairs "litnci-p. tmi-
ii ills pen. .ruling iricK-- nun sunuai exnii i -
' tion-t to the neiei r of the inst ruetivr.
j elevating and pleasing exhibi's he I as
I come to lar to view '!
And ye', it one lias the time lor them,
i there are th'Uirs on midway that will be
I enjoyed: a ride in the preat Ferris wheel j
' wiiich fives such a c .mmanding itw of i
the Exposition grounds, ciiy of Atlanta ,
j rind country aioit'id; a visit to the Moor- j
i ish pali.ee which is simply a collection of.
good was work tiiures mostly in groupen,
an investigation of the mystic maze with
its bewildering multitude of mirrors,' ind
prniiaDiy a lew omer icings win an prove
ouite enti riainiDg, lint as lar as we cou'd
iude from the limited aaioiint of per
S Mial inviitigfttion we gave to the m.divay
and from the comments of the multitudes!
! of visitote, tlie myonty ot the shows are
fakis and very sorry ones at tu it. J'or
! instance the Dahomey village is pla'umed
I outl.e to miike the visitor believe there
lis a great concourse of -iiwue warriors
an I do telling what all lusiui-, out when ;
. n entrance i yamed, some ei. hi or ten ;
negroes are seen, diesso I in est otf Amen- I
a n c i ' ' 1 1 1 e-, otH8 uithout sh evi, etc, '
:..l,l .. . ...,.1 .,-,r.,Tl.,rr 'n .i-hot '
lilU'eilUX lllin ll.l,iULJl.i t.,f.j u m.L
1'pe .rs to be- an attempt to ro.ivince the
sinnt-seeis Unit they are conversing in out-landii-h
jai'on but which we took to be
all pre'enee. There Was nothing to indi
rire to us that they mere anything but us
u-jiy sp' cimetis of colored natives of this
country us the maiaers of the show
c ul ' pick up. Some .-I the shows ar.-evi-n
sorrier t'-an thip.
So-ne ol the n are mi re drinking places
vii.h daiicli):! i xhibitious sruing on. There
,iie however me genuine inhabitants f
loieiirn and iiilenstinr countries Chin-
i se, .fapaniS', etc,
I shows, an I there are
in their lespeetive
some natives of fi
I dista .t lands India. Turkey, i-les ot the
sea, etc., iu iheir ranve cos ume", in cer
tain portions Qt tlie .xp..stllOn proper;
some i f them are cliri.tiunt. d, und-Fr
stand English and will converse with any
ore. who Seeks to have the n do 8".
There is one featuie uf the Exposition
I in wtin n it sianus unpnrciieneu-iuai is ui
o line up to tho-e in the other buildings,
tiny nevertheless give plain evidence of
gnat aovaucemei.t in skille I miiUUal pur
suits. Another notic- able thing in con
nection with theirexhil.it is the tntite
absinee ol any disposition to avoid the
use of the word m gro. by the colored
p ople in charge ol the exhibits. They
speak readily' Cf the bipkjiiig PS the negro
building, of themselves as negioes, and ot
tne exhibits ag negro exhioits Tiny
seem glad of the chance to show what
good w. rk l In ir nice is doiug, and don'i
waut any mistake made as to everything
I in the btl'eding being their work. They
are )l'0-i of ir ag tljey have n C iUe to
be. It is an iuspiricg r-xhibit lor colond
pe-. pie, one that if would do thcin good
to see. and yet we do uot bad'u-ve t fiat the
two hundredth put of the visilot-s are
i oh't'-d pe .pie.
N"t unly have they been recognized by
the opportunity given them of exhibiting
tneir handicraft, but sp. cial days for their
j-dhpriii'tf have been liberally prov ded.
s is ixefi kpowG, pee oi tiieir uaibef
was given a promini nt place in the opin
ing programme theie are the foliowinj
special uajs tot' theiu etlll to conaei
Church Couaress of Methodist Episcopal
cliurcu (colore-') Dee, I'Jth Congress
on Altica, D-ir. 13, 13. and 13; American
Association Educators of colored yoiidi.
Dec. 20 ami 27; Coioreii Women's Con
gress. December 2ft; Colored Tea' her s day
T. c 3'u.
The area of the Exposition grounds is
ii.i'Ut couai to d 'tioie the space of ground
ha i embiaced tu tint portion oj'our
eity lying ween Hie two railroad- ami
two rivi-'S. To go at a modtraie, leisurely
walk, up one aiste of ixhibits and down
a other, vi- wu.g each sub- us J'"U go im
td oui tiuilding le.s been gone tlnough,
h'-u in no tmttv dniiely on tg a.uot tie- the
same w .y without stopping to t crit it at ex
aiuiiiiniou, is a good das' wotk. Ih
w io,e Exposition can ihu be u ne over
. a day hut lucre win in-mile il any
snare tune. Tne topography t the
g. uiiii. '.- is all 'hat
scenic effect. In lb
i traius ,
oul.i oe desired ' r i duly to p- rutin, and knowing- ih centle
beau y if its grounds j men who Co ,.p0se it. Messrs. J. P, Pol
..itd lle beauty of i's Uigii Uiu ninali
isitui"? who have been lo Hie other great
Esposi i. jus, say it has Lever b.en
ecu o D'b
W.i d We lulVe s.il.
..ml impeif ci l.ie.i of
w ide scope ami h:gi
EXpOsl lo l, in 'rtel
t g.ves S vi ry
an i 11 C 11' t
rtoudljei d tju-iii- it nu.i. oe se.-n io
hae i s worth p "p- r y r.a ized.
I., m ti. n o the Exp'i-i i n, a few w id
resncting tiec.tyoi Albmta itself wi.i
nut Le aui.ss.
Ai aula is a thriving ami very pmres-
al.e ioll In I'U ll'V Jt was not iU'Ml'
p .rate i until lf47. It was u.ndv tu.
S::i e in ISO!?.
ltiti'.) Atlanta was Uot as l.d'gc a
li' rue is t o-d i ; it then bid only
1 i Is, ii it h .d mere seo
IssO to oS.d'JO It uo.v
uVer 1P0.UI! p .piii.i-
ten 1 ai! tu.i' l eeillilPiJ
t.t points !' the cone
miles ol elec'.ra- r .ill'., c
.;i :''.'. ui d
i, ,-s Ii i.a- i:
70 ni 'es of paved
pavi d suit wall,..
treets ti id 200 iniies . f
It u l.bS") I et above
i ..pa at.
e beiiig tue pin ly ci ty . .t iipi.i
n in lb- L irdei Slulea wi li i.j ilu
1 ' e. t.t a: i.- :n . t-,y pine- of ink r
a . r n ti v .t l". 1 1 one's -lay
. ll"Ujn t 1 permit it. It coat Ills
t legit d
u i mag-
.C-t.let) e- w.th spat i-u gi'.'iiiiil
II 1 ti . , l.'t i U- lie hollsi-.
1 i.O l il 'Ho. Oil Inlllig 1
. pe o.i nn elev Html);
it - ' ! Ill' Will'li tiULnlr
i lat'oe and ti ie
li'o ii t In- top . f
.d feet liiil. a
he eu ire c. . v.
iii.i i: il
.ise'etl! t i
1 in i:
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b- :u i
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A ban i w i,
p 1111 tug
- 0 .ute
.e ini a.
e- c ill I be
tied I! fie
e ; t i . : ; r
tru h u
on oil i e
n in he w .. .
y Mi.d iii.it
pan . f Al
rotii i- : ! -
ui :- or in
e . ext
. y it it .
-pi a ed !i t .-e-.,
- and s '111-
- once, w hi.e
I.Xp"-l i.'Ll I
' p. s and tie .
ie. Oil' i all g I . t:t y.
ati-i pay a. eoiipngly ;
i'e are pb til V of if'-i.i P
al e il 1 1 e ' f s. ,1 ar yvell
many private f.ini'he,-
lardi r at very r. a-, ua
t them roiit'lv.
We came across cue scheme lor the
nill" ri'HI pfi I hp hem li I nf L'u.nvinfr Tt ia
one that pr .vidis 'n.-oomrnenck-il homes
f..r rccoir.inenih d pcopl ;." The pi m on
which it i- operated is tor the applicant
to write in adv.-uu e enclosing an en-lorsc -
; mi iiis iron, some ttiuiMi omil i: wn Ii a
stiitetnet't ot the time of intended l Onitn".
numler in parly, -ex and relationship,
L'pon leie'pt of this app'icatloD, it is
: miii i . ii ic iiiiiniuiiiti or p u ly win i e us- 1
:';.gned ti a lir-t-cluss h.mi-; at a les price!
; tutu ui; sure accommodation Can l e
had fui in a hotel, irifthe nrifcivnre is
! for a holi-l, troud place are nropi-sed to
I secured in s-ueh hotels as ihe applicant
I suggests auu the servi-e is rtii'lercil
The addi'i-s, if it is desired to make u-e
of this otf r is "Win. . Smith, 1 O.
Box 70-.', Atlanta, (ia." Mr. Smith says
in his circulais "Don't lusila'o to wriie
me for anything you wan'; my services
! will coh you nothin
The 31-t of this moii'h the Exposition
closes. Now cannot our railroads give
the people oi this vicinity a few more
extremely low rate excursions? We hope
so, and hope they will fiod good pay in
OySTF.IJ SITF.RETS ASSAII ED.
Tboae Making Entries, Instead of Confining-
Tbeniselves to Grounds on
Wbiru there lire no Oysters as (be
ln Intends they Khonld, are Select,
ins; and Taking- up Oood Malurnl
It i. pretty well known that our law
makers disire to encourage the cultivation
of oysters and for that purpose grants
have b en made lor a number of years to
pin ties under certain stipulated Conditions.
One of these conditions .s that the grounds
they enter me not to be grounds that Con
tain oy.-ters, hut simply such as are suited
iii ir panting and cultivation, jjot
withstanding this fact, it is no new charge
that natural lieds have been tnclu- rd in
tracts taken up. The Jacksonville Times
in its Lt issue makes the charge distinct
ly and sharply, that such is ln-ingdone in
New river. Now wherever there is a sus
p ciou i f this being the case Ihe matter
short Id be pr. bed to the bottom, tlie
natural b ds recovered if t!iey baye been
taken and tlie otjerjdjqg parties made an
example of that will have a tendincy lo
deter ot tiers from soch attemp's. We
give the Times' article entire:
"The troublo that is apprh-nded over
tire natural oister n cks ofXew River has
Kd us to make some inquiries into the
rnaltej: with fhe purposp of enlightening
th-s tubbe upon a malt' r which is fraught
with interest an 1 of vital importance to
every citizen of On'low county. The
oystej? industry of New River lb oae of
the mngt valuable in tha county, and is
entitled to the wise protection given by
our courts nud legislators; and any acs
that savors of monopolizing tLe natural
....l. 1. ..1 , l... ...1.. 1... i. ,u . ..e
loetva siioui i u-. mauu niuivti to tne puo- '
he and iU p tijkpn to prevent any scheme j
lrorr being consummat d that h is for its
object ti e s dc idea of seeming absolute
control of public pi'opiriy from which
hundreds oi i he most worthy citizens of
Onsl iw ileiive faeir m- ans of suppoit
"Tne Mipn me Court has decided that j
"arjyioi kiSho-.il ;r bottom, ',yhcre there !
are siifficient oysters to n-aV: thcuiol
value to ihe pun ic js n natui'd rock, and !
IS pot silb et tu entry,' N'ew Rivor below
Snoad's 'Ferry contains thousands ol
natural rxks, which under the above
ruling arc publi.t property, and t lie citi
zens are i-s Itee to avail them-elvcs of the
ovs'ers the; contain as th-v are to the
fisb that styjrn ! bp spa;. j
"jt is apparent t were il possible!
lor an individual or Corporation to secure I
a monopoly oi those natural iQckS that It j
would biing want, povcuy and dittrisii to
the hundre s of worthy penjj'e who de-1
peiid on diU provis'on of ,i;llure for a j
tiveiihoi d, aud wi u!d also b-a s-uifcc ol i
untold wealth lo those ho obtain the
monoindy Such a movenv nt has been ,
on tin- mit for t "omt.ov .,1 ' . 3..j A,,.-. I
t ears, ami j
entrii s ii I'w I e. u tiled by p -rsoiis who do
not reside in He county, upon what is
considered by competent ju tyes to be the
finest rocks m the nver. Were grants
issued by t be Shell Fish Commissioners to
these parties, it would be a clear aid open
vio'idtou ot ihe law, and we trust that the
aentiemtn who cmpnse tbe commission
will reabz-- the importance of tln-jr posi
tion aud ri op. -u-ibiitt ie s, an t refuse to
is-ue ci rtiflcati s giving tu nonresnhnts
Complete control oi one of ilv most val
uable anil no id features ol Onslow
-fhe Shed Fish Commissioners have a
him, L. U Cuutpiv ..n.i J. W. LaKley,
we .r.- conliden' that th.-y can be nep. ml-i
ed upon t . use the mnpis that the 'law s j
give n em nud -tnni t-iuncii and firm f ri
ends, nu irn bin'- and i-uuutv. nl !
aj ill-' at: Si hi
p e living oil
heir o slip
' In tu ure
s . e g "t up
tt"iis of th si',
-i ul be surpi is
wpl .oD pie ))
.s of the ri v r
ive ixt eet to throw i
.1..' - .... . .. ... J
on uio s an i o iei .-
tin- i.ubic. 1
An Old ev noruinn in WiliiingrtOjri
We hi', th. pleasure while S'oppinj
for n short t tine at the Bot iiz House.
Wilmin.U:i, -t ti iv'iig a go d cniivitsii
li -I' with Mr. Wm. 15 miz, ihe proprietor
a f riner i ibZ' n ot Xew B;tne and a
brother of the founder if the Wilmington
M- - -eu.e.
Mr. Bonrz m .ve ' lo Wibnini:
le -V leu? ;igij Lli.il em
' litU' ss !P. t lie - ii ill e- I
huli- bug he s i I oi c n i
i; two year.- Ul." aoii i
i' up iv re pa nt'tt g ih.-
'lam' iii. us I 'tick
s. He purchased
lrnv I tightening t
M'. lioiulz. i.
me wh.-n he titst c-.ime to :
was in th s citv. Tliat '
was in 1."S,
til1 ill'" t'
r. m di e l here, in
''u-iu'--- uu'il Xew Perie
baud- oi the F defals iu
He iet:i i s a vivid riCollec
;iys ; i n . i his n eniiiij goes
sofa 1 1 1 f i i i e f gineration
lion of 1 hose .'a
back to citizens
; in s.' who w et c
days. tie hold:
ol i i- stav bet e
.1 men in tne ante bellum
pie :s,,nt x ntenibrwiices
n. i a warm m tacliment
t . tne
by f r
w it ti iii in; there are
ll ovevp . A lapse
e l-s wi-rks u ii it
. ' I.- ;
l'niii I i'o a .ol Comif jr.
M . (.;. K. Ii x "ti. of Oriental. Pamlico
n .tit v, i li'.ed ;it our o iii e to settle his
sii ' .-c:
ai a ay
li - b.
. a re ,
- n l
il v k.
i ru e
ins jiv. d iu a number of
- and . ther -:a'e-. b.n he
i - i . i . r k i own any ioca'ity
S t I
cess . lies
. e ''.'e co'.i
d. as the
i tin n
kli.ov:) and during th ;t
i single inoi tgage
tie pe .pie i'ai-e
1 aie thus made
, Il -ays
ivr;. n of
s. e-n to v. i'
n biv si
"W : pr
y ihe statement
is( -ribers in that
than fioin any
e in the limits
ik Wi.u d
Infer p i I i'
r v every l!:
oi th eoiiniy -h ivs tlie proof thereof, and
if we in s ake not i!i:s piop uiioii has al
u iv- '..in tin- r.i-e -in-.- the establish
im nt o: ih- .Ini'KX.u . T:e principal
'e:i- n. i.o on' t. is th- tact that th- lands
of iii.it cot; ,ty :ire i-eeption illy fertile
.7 apani-i-'i l.iv. r Pellets oe an inliiUib
specilic hi' con-tip it ion. bdnsiiess anil
sick henlac'in. Stipiil pill. Fifty doses, 25
cts. at F. S. Dutr s.
. advautagc of visitors that we will
our readers the benefit of knowing.
LARGEST IN THE STATE.
Race Purses at the
The-V Ag-rre;ate 93,000 hikI
"f"' bui mn ieii nt all i.ovpm
or the Turf This Great Fir iiii
the l.ant Week in February.
i ii a mere win oe another remarkably
: fine meet of race horses at the next exhib-
! iiiou ol the East Carolina Fish, Oysters,
baraeaiiil Inilusln.il Association, which
begins in this city Monday, February
24th, 1696, is assured by the grand lint i;.
ality of the pur-es, which are always
characteristic of this Fair.
The purses aggregate the magnificent
sum of three thousand dollars. This is
the samu amount the East Caio'ina Fair
give la3t year in rnce premiums, and is
nu amouut that has nev. r been equalled
bz. any other exhibition in North Caro
ina. There will us usual be racing on four
days ol' the Fair, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thuisday and Fndty.
On Tuesday the purs s amrunted to
$800; on Wednesday to even $1,000; .m
Thui-sdav to $850, and on Fwidiy to
This makes a grand total of three thou
sand dollar j f-.r racitii' alone, besides the
I multitude of lib i-il premiums for exhibits
in every riepat tment, allot which can be ,
learned abiiut in the premium li-t int !
gotten out by Messis. J). S. Kichardson &
We will notice the exhibition, pre
miums more fully hereafter; it is of the
races that we wish to speak moie pnrti
cu'arly at, this time. Theie will bg to
trotting r ices and one runn'ng race every
day except Friday th it day their will be
only one of each. The progiamuie is as
TRIALS OT . SPEED. W. P. BUKRUS,
or. speed. w. p,
DI RECTO K.
Tuesday, February 25th,
o'clock P. M.
1. Trolling to
Put se $300. Mile
Harness 3:00 Class.
Heifs, Brt thix-e in
a. Running Race Purse $100.
Best two in three.
3. Trolling to Harness 2:35 Class.
Purse f400. Mile Heats. Best three in
Wednesday, Fibtuaty 20th, 1S!)8 1
o'clock P. 14,
4- Trotting to Harness 3:40 Class.
Purse 44C0. Mile Heats. Btst three in
H Running Race Purse $200. J Mile.
Beet two in three.
6. Trotting to II trness 2:30 Clas-s.
Purse $400. Mile II ats. Best three in
Thms lav. Febimrv 3?th. 1Q9G 1
...,. . - T -
o CIQCK i-. .y) :
to Harnisj 2:50 Class.
Mile Heats. Best threj in
fi. FVee for all Trotting tj Harness.
Purse $400. Mile Heats. Best Have in
(I. Running Rce-crPurse St'ftO. g Mile.
B st Uyo iu thr- e,
SMih, 1890 1
o'clock P, M
10 Tro'ting to Harness 3 vear plds
Purse $200. Mile Heats. Best three in
11. Running Race Purse $150. 3 Mile,
Best two in thrte.
Full iniirrrj,ajiQa ns lo cuttles, rules,
tic, can le obtained from Chas. Reizen
steiu, Secretary & Treasurer,
Khedman Bros. An Accident,
The elder of the Messrs. Shtdman
Bros., proprietors ol the dog show which
hftg , exl)ibili io ,his vicinit y
0 3 "
met wlth an rcideut a tha depot Thurs
f!a-v "Wmog as then' joods were be. ng
' ' anstem a tromlheA. S A. C ti It.
train to that of the W. N. & X. R. R. A
loaded baggage fruck was ruu across one
ol his feet causing him agony, but the ex
tent of the hurt was not known as the
train ou which he lei t win about depart
ing and did leave directly' after the h (un
The sliQvy haa been down to Beau I'm t
and Mor. head aud now goes to Chd
h -urne, N C, and tl.en to Florence, S. C.
Mr. Shed man informs us that he intends
to tie here aga n at the time nf the Xew
Bern-- Fair as he has several timt s before.
I he show is now larger than ever befote
and embraces other teatuies besidts. lh
i ...... : ...l
18 "Pueu o
have taken place in Co leton c mnty. S.C
by four prominent citizens. The viciims
were v-ung conr d man a"d his wif.
mother. Tiny were taken iwo in lc?
fro. n their h e, stripped nake t and
"eaten wiih bujgy tiaces uu'il de oh re
sui'eu to t wo, aim t in- w re is ais-i iiKeiy
i . .o.. K.ih.c itt ;,, , i.o
I" . . i--. i nc 1 1 uee 'i.3 it., iu '"t
'woik The pa, lies wo 0 d'd the kiUig
i ' . . I
I are sup
are supposed to hav" Uem under iue in-
ro m li n was suspected of l.av-
jugslol.u from a i lltu'ch, an I the wmneu
of knowing :.b .ut it. IL- liad become no-1
torioiis ior tin tts and was also suspiciedj
of buning a store some time ago i
Tne emonei's jury rendered a verdict
enargiug ine iour men, ope in wuun la a
pro an i en i p
s;. i .11 with the ciiu.e.
tvs is BBiur.
Among the visiting M ry landers at the;
Expo-t or. a'e 1,100 soldiets, including t
two r. giments i f the Mityl.n d National j
Guard and the Xaval Re-erves
The Elizabeth Chy Falcon Economist
savs: Ihe gsew- Keiue .Journal cackles
ue .Journal cacKiest
our leading tobac- ;
over nu fi lb turnip
conists. J. (j. Eorrisette vV Co., hav e a j
purple leaf fellow in their show window!
that is niaiked 12j lbs., and is as Pig as
Daniel Webster's luad It was ra'sid by
Thomas Jennings, of Salem Township."
An Indi ma judge, in inst meting
'Gen t it-men , you have hiaro
e. Th indii tineiit charge- i c
me e v 'en
prisoner with stealing a j ick i.- Tin-
Olfetise i 111- t O be be oiu'iig a c llpnon
0 .e. I he tune his conic w hen it inu-t be
stopp-tl; i.ibenv i-e. geiit:etiie.i, uoiie m
you will be sal'-.'" Exchange.
There hs not he n a conviction f r
murder in Madison county since the war, i
an I Ma.'ison county is prolitic inmtir-.
1 1 its. The jury nt Madison court last
week acquitted Baxter Sbeltun oi the .
murder of Boss Stanton. Ex.
The Farmers' Alliance has purchased i
from the i state of the late Paul C. Cain-'
eroii the old military academy ul Ilills
b oo with five bud. ungs and 14'1 aens of
1 .nd, the price paid being $3,500. Tlie
building are to be fitted up f..r a tammy
and -hoe factory ar.d al-o for the iieio
quiirtets ol' the Alii ince. The buildings'
included in the purchase are all brick save
Some years ago II. . Shcriitl. of Indi
ana, was visiting relatives in Iredell
County, and his wife sent him a teiegiam
notify lug him of the death of their child.
Tho telegram was uot delivered. He .-u -d
the Western 1'uion Company lor dam
ng -s. The Case had ah n:t eight ht'il'iligs
in the courts and went to ihe supio'in
court thrte times. The supreme coint
has just affirtni d tbe division ofthesii
iet ior c "iin, whicii gave Sb- nill .1100
ll .111 Igl s.
Tie- Turner Furniture Co., bought out
the furci'ure busim ss of E. W. Simpkins
TlIK OH i IIOf OX TEAM.
FKi:l EMKRSON BKOOKS.
"'Hold on, stranger! Turn out yoDder close
to the wall!
For the road's rather narrow, and I've got
Win. a, back, haw there, old Baptist!
Whoa. M- thodist, whoa!
These ai,- oxtu that need all the load you
Yes, I drive without swearin', tho' strange
it inav seem.
for 1 m (Invor, good stranzar
un bod-ox tiam!
Said flic lumlicrtnan of Calaveras.
i -'Tunt Episcopal ox is of excellent breed,
: IL' s in, -e in -e I for style than he is for his
Thongn of delicate structure, this ox will
ii. t shirk,
Cul he never was known, sir. to sweat nt
IIu's a go ..i. pious ox, riever losin' his
For h- reads all the signboard and goes
!-ai-.i ti e lumberman of Calaveras.
i'TL eie'-i the good Baptist ox, hard-shell
t ' th bone;
Closj communion in diet he eats all
Shakes his a.l when its rainin' and
closes Ins i ye;
He hates to be sprinkled, though it comes
from the skies!
lie won't i ni'8 a bridge unless dragged
by tin- team!
lle'il g.. nowhere 1 swan, but down into
t l.c sin am!
S id 'he lumberman of Cavaleras.
Presbyterian geei Congregational, haw!
They 're good stook, let me tell you, and
I. n.i a ii tw to draw!
They'ie s perfectly matched, sir, that
veiy I w folk
Cau ted t'.ciu apart when they're out ot
But you see a slight difference when it is
One le ms on his elders aod one stands
al- n !"
tai i the lumberman of Cavaleras.
1 Tilde's an ox I term Israel, oldest of all;
Once le grazjd iu the garden before
He went into the ark at the time of the
And when Pharaoh starved be was chew
ing his cuU
Thi-ifc's an ancestry, sir, full of glory, no
But for gining the Master they're scattered
S tVi the lumberman of Calaveras.
'I've an ox over there who tends s.rictly
to -b v. !
He's the Catholic oxj what a monster he
ic kteps growin' bis. while be keens
t.r wi..' old!
And he t ever lets go where he once gets
He's a strong one, you bet! Why, I never
But he started rigbt off with his neck in
Said the lumberman of Calaveras.
'Ti ere's old Methodist, one of tbe best
' n ihe road!
You'd suppose, by the fuss, he alune
dr gged the load!
How l.o puds when I sing hallelujah and
s.h u ;
Cut th& worst of it is, he keeps changin'
- brought ou probation and works
like a top;
e li .d bi n three years and suppose
1 mii-t swop!
Said the lumberman of Calaveras.
That su-ive Universalis! many admire,
Think: ihe devil'? a myth with his great
There's an Adventist claimin' to have sec
If he k . p - o i ii-cuessin,' he'll guess the
And the Seventh Day Baptist their nura-
b rs are mi.-Ii,
Il they do bunk ihe Sabbath, they don't
bieik it much!"
Sir I the lumberman of Calaveras.
iGot a Spiruuulist? Yes, sir; I bought one
When it comes to hard work be goes of in
a tranci !
Noihin' prac.iical, in a medium ox,
When you h ive to keep ploddin' with
rappii.s' and knocks!
But must keep movin' and ploddin'
With m );ihod-ox team, or tho world
will o w roiigl"
S d I the lumberman of Calaveras.
"Take the io:i 1 that I came
oi -l.ui cuts!
Yon w ul not lose the way if vou follow
I'm .ti io loree you, my friend, to turn
But 1 1 . W - the regular lumberman's
, ,ir , t- :
On the load of l,fe, stranger, my right i,
sn o ivmu -
, ., ' , ' , . . ,
t hod-ox team!"
Said tlie lumberman of Calaveras.
y wns nick, -we gave her Castorta.
When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria.
When stie became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When idle had CliUdren, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castomu
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastoriaJ
, , x '
Children Cry for Pitchers Lastona.
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastoriaC
I'reverse people have a hard time
From Itie Texas hristian Advocate.
Mr. A. K. Ilawkes has gained a nat
ional repii'atiou as a practical optican,
aud his celebrated Spectacles and Patent
Spring Eve-G lasses are known through
out the I'nited States. We are writing
this article with a pair ot his Xew Crys
tillized L-iisys. and they seem to us
as transparent a light itself; and with
them lhr finest print as cleir as in
VI nit ll .
:-t-Ail eye- fitted by F. S. DI'FFY.
A lit gu ifaiiteed.
No niiiti is a failure who tries
Tlie Allaitta Fx ol t ion t
l ;is m iny iiiiitii-ein. n'.s to urtcr, but none ,
bet'., r 10 Ihe atlltct. d th ill that longtis
ted. and never fifing Tonic and flood !
Put ilier. ( I! 1! If) liotanic Iflood Balm, i
It positive') cuii-s all blood and skin dis
i;l', ,e tlii.ii-iiuls ol cei titieiltes testify I
ti-opi t he -imp'e-t pimple, to the foulest I
ulcer. I' .n'l buy substitutes, said to he '
"p-t :i g.'i '.' but I 1 1 v the old reliable
a al st Lt:,l:u d !io..d Puritier of tbe ge.
15 15. 15. $1.1 0 per large bottle. See adver
tise nent 111 this paptr: d23 ltn.
For sale by Druggists.
Has been made by us
to display our
Whit Mantai jSfoveilies,
rtAllnlrtifT Viiinraa ''
Handsomely decorated China ware
amongr wnlcb aife2i . -Fancy
Caps and .Saucers -Salad
iehe8, Ac .
Ca8pidores a plenty, fr6rfl' 2ac.' to
- : ..,
Perfectly exquisite; JdesfgnsJ
Ont Glass, and imitation of
the same Tases in-tW'
Without fear of contradictfoa' v
assert that we hvo ' the besft
Box NotePaiieV :
s ' ...g,-l
ever display erTin ""New lierfhtiffy
10, X6f W, 25, 30, and 35,coufs
.if k'J't r- .
a . '
w iuow y ace, K . i, -
Office Basket sf ;: w.. ,
Upright .Work Baskets'; $ ' i
Music Eacka, &e f 'r V
- .. I
frgf Prices attached to eaeh 0 thai
above attract attention?- a
well as purchasers '
-K - I.
iff 1 J 1
Now if yon wlsn to maker
A Holiday - Gift
.1 - aa -t
and desire none of the
above mentioned articles
we have a beautiful line of
Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen
Handkerchiefs, Parses, and
Kid Gloves. V
BEAR IN MIND,
47-49 Pollock Street.
We have received another lot of
Carlsbad Dinner Sets,
Salad and Fruit Dishes,
Cracker Jars, . . .
Chocolate Pitchers, .
Caburets aud other
piFCall and sec them. j-"
THEY CONSIST OF
L. H. CUTLER &.. COJ,