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0 / 75
PrlceV Si OO Per Tear.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Single Oopies, 5 Gents..
NEW BERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY, N. ('. MAY :M. 1S.)(..
"Sinew rhikilMosl, 1 h.iv been
afflicted with scrofulous UnU and
. aorra. which caused nw terrible
Suffering, l'liyxiriuii.t tTi iin.ihlo
to tap M. auul I only srrew worse
under tlwir care.
At length, 1 ln-.in
WrT shi:i grew l-?-
ter. After using
lia'.r n ... b.,tt!.--
1 .is e .'upVtfl V
h.iv e lit ! v lul
- T lUH'l on :si!V part of in ! "'y
for th last ltlii xr-.rs. I can
rordiJillT nromiiifuil Ayer". s.irt-
, )Aril!asillieriery W-st Ud p-.r.t'tor
l rxUleiMV." -C T. ID r!; .:: r.
' BfvTvnK.T'vv ' '
.y & 5$
tee oirtt wouTjrs r2
: The following
. ; Iiine of Bicycles,
artMBjWntek JTa an avtcet. Iwt joa want,
i W wUJ tjnftly aeop a Ht a bwh lt
' kktt nlfWiaKHll. anj . hek ii
OlrnJ UI b itruvtx1 trom thit Iti S.. joa
1 naa )ut w(xt we have on haixl.
M to tmm. M Victor.
NK I Larftm W Victoria.
i IUcr Vk-wxs.
tianr, ta Inch Irani.
Vlaxw Wbwa ,-r,jrltlT ow.ll
KavMTnuuta iwroa.1 hAn.ll
1 abertr. "
Wtmui later. "
rOaIln "-UiwrtVa- and !". el
'wwal't will tM In la a lew Uaya, ami ynm ar
anaur aalty tatntasl to rail and aw tba. Tbo
. ' wckmI Irain la a novelty an. I ronr attractive.
ttwkMnkMii(lvl we carry a nto?
, )lmt Atnaaanrtaay ai1 wilt b pla.el to
, bay yoatr pntronanay WTwspta ranttxl. wheel
-1 '"KwBbw tbnt w ar atrtrtly in the Rley.
k ttwain aa.t kap your rye on tli
' . nr-" .-t .
. j. r . ItepatMUy Tonra,
J.C.: Whitty & Co.
(Tl 0 n i Eeward. fli n n
- Wa wDI ray to Vbe prraon
, TIM will brtnatoaaatava Lttuu will
tool para la qoaJIty, finish and
" yotaa oil axeellenca with tbe
Celebrated. Back's Stoves
f-WE NOW HAVE
' OH OUR FLOOR.
WavtUkavaM JmOgmm Jfaw stlsuterested
V vtat yon to ms Uim atove r.n.l
StaBf wltetnrr you wiah tu buy or not.
Tbey ara tha haatlantnrat stoves
var abawa la Kortb Carolina, an. 1
. "aarh U warrantesl by BCCl's
'. TW KAXGB CO.. ami by
Btom Hardware Company to give
. aerfeot aatlataotton or we will rv
- toaI your ntny .
CVXal! aad let bs show you anvthlag In
oar tine yon may aeetL We guarantee or K
T aUC KS oa aa j tbla wo aril.
ft- -I Tear Beapaetfally,
SLOYER : HARDWARE CO
Just in I
- Kerw Bne of Neck wtr. made bythe
KbAm yirtrnot Co. Every one who
M aeen It Says it is tbe handsomest line
vr brooghLto the city.
'""Sc JJegfigee Shiru! See our left band
, "window. An Oems id the lot lor 50 cents.
- - V
.' " New Clothing now trrivins. Do not
, bar alil yon ae na. Do yon want a
Bicvela Sati t Give oa call. Full line
, 4 aaiplae of Niti Bade to order. Fit !
rireaW Bne nf Unk Buttons
. SultoM and Shirt Studs.
J. Me HOWARD.
1 ril Fever
3 Cures r .
2 " Worms.
S " Infismts Dises3s.
jlot -4 Diarrhea.
Ho. 8 " Neuralgia.
jJo 9 Cures Headache.
Now IO " Dyspepsia.
Ha 1 1 " Delayed
Ha 12 " Leuchorrea.
No. 14 " Skin Diseases.
- lo. 18 Cures Rheumatism.
" Nol 16 . Malaria.
Ncx SO Whooping Cough
No. U7 " KJdney Diseases.
No. SO Urinary Diseases
No. 77 Colds and Grip.
Boeb by nroggMta. or aent prepi.i on
lnearD ( pnc Van-, or 5 tor tl.
J)a, Hiwuiw' IloxxtiP ATaic M-urrai. i
Starakmpf Xi. to, Ut WUUa. ic, . T.
: Brown Stout and
- a Specialty.
GH-T EDGE SALOON,
I J, D.DinMns, Prop.
Of the Sen Brrar (llrilKlr Im.tllnte
-PrUra and BM-hnlarahip Ar
Neer ins ! here been a hool enter.
; t-iinmeut 1-1 New Berne t 1 1 t save gnater
l pleasure in lire audicixv linn the one
J tick' Krul.v night as the c'osing exercis
j of .lie New Berne Gollegi.ite Institute.
! Ktrry fentun- of it fl .-e an. I taken a-
' whole, it wa remarkable,
i The esoavs, negations Ac, were very
, Most c-iecahy ri the caninU pre- .
ci it tl. 1 lie spetial io4imi s lequired for
it lui l l-ecn prepared with the gnatcst
car. . Th. y were l-oth jdnkios ami b-uu-
! ii nl, all the fclmHr Inini It'V Marshall.
tlie matlest m the -chool, to the oLU-sr. '
neiUittol tlxmimlvtrs in tlx ir ainel :
rt-i witb an eM- anil uli.lny r.iucli.
taken in its entirety, farruioL;.
KiUMciaUT tu tlie vocl ibumc nelivht-
i ful on Hivonnt of the clew, ftistiix-l ad
j vreet valee at tlchikiien. Tliii tin- eofcr :
1 Uiiiiucnt is i oouh to iniiire i.us ooc i
tli.it tlie ( '.'I irs'H'B Imiuuto has bt-en in
i-ii.ki ...4i a. iuc tmt a-.tr. Ownt neilit
lanui! tKttli tn Prt. Men.ienhall. the urio -
clfftl HtuHiis (ffieient mr if t.-fteliers
frof. H. tluin, and Mrs. Kern bee, nml
Misses t'olib :imt Murrhis. n. Special
rreiM for th.- urrr- ot I it tiihl s exer
i i-ises we iii.sult-r. lue to Mi-s .Murt lu-
on the miiaic teHchcr, ana to Mi C'oLb.
i r ujwu i hem fell mo-t lursjr ly the
work of ira; mn-,' the pupils, es);ially for
this ccca-i -o aD't the success is more re
inarkablf on Ci:ount ol lh.' prctkiD; lor
it h-Avinji tiei-Ti etone within a week.
A The etit rtninment p.rtiou heini; over.
ibe pitM -.id I sci.oiarships were present-
eil, bv Mr M. IeW. Stevenson and
Kev. C li. Yarded. U.ili oi whom
mado maiie-goenlspcccbc s in preseuting wh eh pluce he moved oiri ctly after jair
the n. t l chusipg-.'a week or two ni'o. the saw mill
The w inner of t he scho'arship Jti 1 ie- i at Lennxvilk-, I liree milt s from Ueuufort,
ptirlitent pnn- w Miss Bessie lrson. i formerly owned by Whitcomb Bros.
sheaiUiii.M -. ..din-ol 04 7-1 .. ( Thc tJr.,ni, C,.mmnnderv of Knights
miss Jiuu 1 rviney cook ine pr;zj ior
I'ri7 for rejjular attendance throuah-
O.it the nitHj mouths of the school were
prew-nted to Mtssss Bessie l'arsons, Maud
Kurj, I.iie Hancock and Hild.-i
Jieijbs. They linvc been perfect in this
rtsptct. Miss Mollie IIolioweH received
a pne forlOianimnr.
J I he scholarship In Converse College,
' & C. worth 170, &s w on by and pn-
seoted to Misi L'Tjju Hancock : the -me in
I SaWm Acuhmy by Mis Xina Bascishl
I m! tlie oie in GaiLford College by Mis
Nua V 1 aley
The one in the University of North.
Carolina was not awarded bo-snse Master
Ktcbard Duffy who receive"! the prade- of
94 aiid-woo it, was not far enough ad
van.-cd to tjke it.
Mr. Vardell in his r k.sing remarks taicl
thdt us the- chuol bad m quit ted itself so
nobly that he lioeil n c year the col
leges hearing of it tt.in d double- the num
ber of schorurs-hlps 'given to it.
rut; rniiir, nervice.
fthaala be Mainly at Xtft-ht Instead of
In tbe Ir. y Tlaie Anni Itenaona In r
Xkw Bkk.ne, N'.C, May 11, 1896.
Editor Journil IX-nr Sir: As t lie
Ctty Council is refonnioi; a new citry gov
ernment and reform Is the order ol tin- day
would it not te well u.o to see what
change could tie made in regard to our
p. dice iuufi . I: 1 lmi'. .1 Mtont na.euc'.i
when the hs k ws bored out at Mr. H.
Gaj-kin's siort: almo-.i under the electric
light. It ftrms to roc that the )Olice lorce
she n'd be the guarduin of the iK-ople tiur-
ing the night when tiny ar asleep. There
is not tiie great nct-tl ot a large police
force during the day when every good antl '
apt i;ht Citizen sh'on!d be consi.iered a j
(Jet-dive, bur it is a-kiug too much lrom 1
I bo peoplte n ievv Bertie to ktep waicli
tluring lhe o.ght to protect their proper
ties. I admit the police couhl not lie every
where bu'. at the -ame time when the
nigtt prowlers are aware that the police
is somewhere and may turn up any mo
ment they will consider their cliancs
more precarious and I am sure lexs steal
iug and tires would lake plate.
Timei are hard lor nenriy every one
snd it is n t asking too much by the p o
ple of New Ilerne when they ji-k thai H e
po ice be en'pliiie-l during the niyht in
stead ot th-.- d.iv time win 1 tin r is li-ss
u e-l of their seivicetc Tin- change wmiltl
have u grcut lendt-nt y .0 ke. p lho-e who
are kei ping laic heiur on lhe streets lrom
continuing those luoits a- every one not
well known by t ie police wnuhl have to
Hive saiibf.ictory e-xplauiit ions.
Ol ft .WjtRKF.T
nod II Aw It Whs
We nre told by Mr. James F. Taylor
the history of the establishment of the
present oia t kc 1 dock. The founder of it
was Cspt. B. g Lewi-. w ho bnng's iho-e
fine Ntlson Bay oysters to New Berne,
lie was bringing oysters to New Berne
in 1863. the city ih n King in the hands
ol the Feeler. Is it fell Match 14th, 18G2
The market dock at that time wit at thc
foret of Poiiock street.
CapU Iw is finding it too rough there
sousht and oLtainetl permission to sell at
the leot of Middle street. Opposition was
raised when he eoninieocei telling there,
hut the provost marshal upheld him,
others j.iin-sl in and the result is seen in the
market d.xk ot the present day.
Eire Sketch nf Mr. t'barles Halloclt. 1 accordingly Car ied into the State COn
The St. Paul (Minn.; Dispatch has venti.-o with the nbove r-s.nt. Roach is
oublish-d n two ceilunm skfteh olthe life I Dexkcry man. John Bid de who wast
of Mr. CI- irVs II .'dork.
well kn-'wn to
our c 1 1 ti -. ac o 1 -a 11.
! literary nn.l -ci.ntitie circles
ii.-li r. pi.te ;-.
, Countv r.ntirpn.-e is pubusiied nt list
1 lock. Minnesota. Th.s IS a lOwn ua.T.e.1
for Mr. Hallork. an.1 it is also one which
! l found el. The Ent.rpr.se in copying
I the .ketch Ir.-m tiie St. l'aul Dispatch,
'coram, nts .-.b.ut it ihus:
. n... ii. s .. .,k ;..i. .
"e"1" "' '---" -e J.UO...SI. n
bioiraprrra! sket.h .of the ILn. CHo
Hillock foun.'er of ourcity and in honor
.f whom the name as given. Judging
, from the -k-ti h. Mr. H tllock is iiiuona Hie
1 greatest I tav.-h rs of i he pre s nt tlsV and
mands anio.-g Ann-nci- liesi writers.
R-d U; it will prove interesting to you.
Mr. H.illet k has reri-'d'y accep.e.1 a p- ?i
tion at St. P nil, editing the Forest Hr.tl
Stream, i -porting paper.
1.a Hftlun llenaaey Coal Mine Cnae.
An importaul case was argued ! elore
Judge A s Seymour in this city Thu s
.':' night. It wns m. r. Ilenszev et
Lang-don-lit i r -v C- al Minimi
Co I I I w , iiivin motions for ord-trs
, in lh. ,.a w,
Ail the .ei! holders and trustees w ere
repiesentc I. The coun-els . re Hon. T. 1
U. W.-rtm. k. of Rule i. h, Hon. (,,o. H. 1
Rntc, ol Fayette vi lie. A. II. Taj lor, Esq. I
of Baltimore, antl SunttoDs and Ward of
Ne Berne. i
Thc judge reserv ed his decision. ;
npreme Cnnrt Color Line Decision.
Tlie Slip re one Court of Illinois has just
reaJered a decision susiaininir tlie action
of a BSoomiugtoo druggist who relu.-ed to
sell soda water to a negro on account of
Editor Religious Opinion, Baltimore,
Md., writes: We lake pleasure in raying
ih.it your Japanese File Cure hss been
used in our family witb good results, and
we wilt uo an in our power io promote
... .!? . . .
Ijoor interest by highly recommending
vnur medicine to our tnends and leaders. the annual concert will be in the col
For aala by P. S. Duffy. ( lege chapel at 8;80 p. m.
M'.H S A OKI FT.
In the rttr r nnd Vlclnllj,
ClAiherl In and Hrtefly lntl.
The St . t .Meiiienl
ia.-t met in Winston :
S.vietv which li is
tin et ne ! ii in
M.. reheat! vJity.
Our lownsmau. Mr. Srvm. ur ll.inrock,
wan nnminateil a- pr.siiKnt in I elector for
tuis riiMrirl hy the Republic un rf W'ar-.-a'.
No conrwsii.nti whs nominat&l.
The first .lewberrif s r.f the seion were
marketed lure on the l'h!i Thev lron u 1 1 1
10 cents ier ij.iait, ja-t .l.mh'e wliat
rtrawlxrriis were sellint; lor.
We give tikis morning in the poetry
eolamo the beautitu I ode th;.! . in re id :i
(lie exercitfn on Mem rul day. It was
written by a New Ilerne la ly.
On another s;e will foniul :,n
artichkon the tewulU ot bad literature a
i emplified in the recent murder .1' Mr
.1 1$. B. inner of Aurora and by the crime
of the bov train wrecktrs of! -nnsvl v.inin.
Mr. K E. Perry, of tins city, lias just
iven twentv acies of Florida land to
Trinrtv Coll.-e. H. i. laced t'e oU.hol-
l in ih hand nf Tlev. F. A. Bishon. nattor
of Centenary M. K I'liurcn on the l.'ilh
j for the rapcra t runslerrini; it to Ik- ma I
Mr. W. K. U -uatr
Conned No 11, It
t re i surer of Treat
v.-.l Arcinii'ii. paid
Mrs L. S. Willis ?.s.D(iO Tuesday, bem
the amount of insurance earned by her
lute lamented husband in that older. The
pajm.nt was made within thirty days
fjoin the time the proof of death was lur
nishcd the compnn v .
Mr. If. W. Steinrelper spent Friday in
the city nn business. fie returned at
1 t i -ht to lieaufort, his present horn
Templar in thei parade Thursday After
noon passed the residence of our lamented
townsman ami their deceased brother of
the Royal Arch Chapter, Mr. W. I!
Royd The entire procession ot Kuights
went bv with mntM'-d drum and untuvcrui
hea l bs a tiibutc of respect to his memory.
The Sbriners parade Friday nlternoon
was a notable proi e;sion. It is not olteu
vouchsafed to the uoiniate l to get a look
at the Masons goat but he lound part of
tne proee-9loa and was as frisk v us a colt.
As lor the uniforms, some of them were
quite handsome, other were indescribable.
Au old colored woman taking u view t t
iheni ns they weut by was heard to re
mark: 'Ain't dey sumtinf I wcu'dn't
meet dem folks iu dc dark for nutli 1. '
The procession whs viewed with the
greatest of interest throughout the entire
line of miircb.
Boiler Evploalon in Tyrrell.
I A few day9 ng;n the boiler ol a new
saw null at Gum Neck, Tyrt-ll county,
exploded, wrecking the mill and killing
three men. ooe
white and two colored.
.... . . .
man killed wa-, Mr. Ri. hard
inlci irom rear ran net... . oe -o-oi.
ly. The m.ll b.-onge.l .0 Mr f. N.
Hnss.-y, a brother ot Mr. C harles H.iss.-y
WHO is eilljtuecr tiu i.ic rietio.ei iicu.tj.
, t u- ti ...
11 WHO IUD I'l 011. i . i. e 'UWtl no
1 . 1 1 .1 :." t.. 1 1 ... I ... i
nil' 1 u-Hfltu iu 1 tie .oss is H.-iiaiin ao. 10
Th.) 1 xplo-inn was unusual in its har
aeter. The -hel 1 ot 'he boiler tli.l not
burst, the tulx-s simply b'ew out at the
em', cuttiu g their way as they went
through the timbers and masonry forming
the foundation ot the null and cause 1 it
i" couapse immeoiuu 1 y. me uine-t.i.i
not keep together tint scanned like- shot,
some of litem going sew ral liumlr. tl
yams beyond the mill some .if them in
1 M.l.l. u... u... ,..l..,.,,n. ,.oa a.t
1 lieu iiijiii, ..e nie nil'' nic ', j,..- en . ..
tirely through tw. Ive null cepre-s logs
l.kn 1. bullet would through a thin
Ooe would naturally expert that iu u;h
an explosion the boiier w. old have gone
in a direction opposite to that f.illoAt.l bv
the tubes, but it followed the same course
ami went from its original position about
. . appearant eii their elegant uniforms and
s tark A Onion. j long' white plumes.
Messrs W. W. Clark antio If. Giiioti, i 'J'1" procession was led by a platoon of
r.v. , 1 1 . .f New Berne police. Then came the
attorneys of this en v, liave entered into a ' ,, .... ' , . , , , ,,
J 1 New Berne Silver Cornet Land, and then
co-partnership and pr..po-e to pract tee i , ,. ,. lU, , 0lic.-rs of the (.rand Com
mi v where in the Stale their services uivi nun. dry of North Carolina. Ntxt tame
desired Each ot the-e young 111.11 pos
sesses excx ptionull v line talent in their
profession. Tbev are well versed in the
law, ci.i'ck in grusping situations, and in
banging out d sired facts and placing
lh. m tog. ther in argument, logically, i on
incing an I with oratorical ability.
Either one of these gentlemen is a power
in any chsc taken hold of. and takingthem
togeiner they will mike- a firm a client
cn well be g'ad to have on his side.
The lollowiug telegram lrom th.: iie
publican State Convention to Mr. R. P
Williams, was received Thursday night.
Kaleieb, N. C. May 14, 1890, 8:20 p.
m Contest finished. Hoaeti aud Law
Committee still in session.
V m. E. Clahke.
C. C. Roach allu led to above is a e ol
ored delegate who according to the count
Wis defeated but a contest was rais. d
and a recount ajketl for in the
County convention which was denied
by the ctiairmao, and the cont.st was
' "aICU 111 eue eouuey eaineiuiuii 10 nave
1 11.. .: 1
tvvi elee ted as ;i t.e.egute: luit wa-
throw out is 11 Russe'
1-lent. Wlnalow Nerenad ed .
1 tie presence ol tiie d r, gi men t band,
of Wilmington in our city Thursday, was
t raUch appreciated. About 1 hree'o'ch.ck
' the leand serenaded Lt. F. Winslow as a
... .. . , s . .
m a r k t . I 1 1 ie es 1 1 e n i 1 1 1 e v l e 1 1 r r linn,
A Winslow mvit.'d 1 h- baud to
part .ke of his hospitality which invi
tat ion was a.'.'eDteil uixl lhe Biinreciation
therefor expressel in a neat lit Ie speech
Mr. James W.
Monroe, Picsldcut ol
The Konthern Attrarlion Company.
The- South, rn Attraction Company
played last night to a larger hou-e than
the night before. Their performance
takes well. There are many entertaining
ana amusing lea tu res. 1 he camp meet
ing fcene is true to life and the cake walk
pronounced simply "out ot sight..'
The show l not a burlestpie but is as
strictly a true representation . f the things
it portrays as it is possible f r anWhing
U F. C. Commencement,
Gre nsboro Female College commence
ment will be held Tuesday and Wtilne
day. May Oth btid T 1 1 1 , i ti lhe college
Itev. Thos. N. Ivey of the North Csro
lina Conlerence, will prent h the annual
sermon nt 1 1 a. m., Tuesday, antl the
address to the Alumnae at 8:30 p. m., by
Rev. S B. Turrentine Of the Western
North Carolina Conference.
The graduating exercises will be help ',
Ibe college chapel Wednesday at 10
a. rn. l be literarv address in connection
ilh these exercises will be by liev. E. E.
TT T T 1. ., s . ,
ioas, u. u., euuor oi me ixastiville
' Cbrisiian Advocate, Nashville, Tenn.
DEATH OF MK. WM. It. HIIYI).
One ol Berne's Hliclil.r F.jtleemeil
and Rent Clllateiii Pauses A iy Alter
n Brief - 1 1 1 n os -Slio r t Nkflrh ol
Ills I.lfe Fanernl I'nder Mnsonie
As our cit zens came out from their
, h.'mes W'i dne?.hiy morning. l:!tli int..
ihev were startled and shocked by henr-
injj U.e announceineiit of the death ot
Wm. 11. I'.ovd. He lied at .":4n a.
s t he disease I ic ini; inenitiL'eli.s of the l
and the immediate iaue ot' death 1
the rupture of a blond essel.
Mr. Kov I hail been ill only a tew o
: The be'ori' we-k he attended the (i
Council 1! oval Arcanum in ltalei-jh.
came hone ill ami was seriously ill
awhile lad the disease- stemmulr
ehanneil tor the letter, and the leaf
numerou- bier.. Is w, ie allaye 1. lie was
so much Letter that it was net considered
necessary to sit up with him any longer,
and medlC De was aomtuistered through
' the ni'j;h t onl v as he would a ake and call
for it. I'p to the hour of his death he
sevnie. I to be eeU.114 ii'mi;' iiitt'iy every
Then a i-udden chant'e came aud
' hetoiv a pliysiciai
could be called
1 ' l l ll V N t . Ill .13..
Mr. Bowl w as a
in-; man, but be v
worth and one w h
ace it will 1-e I ) a nl
He was b -rn 11: 1 ennsvlv ,11: 1. but
while h- was still of an ear.y age. the : ve,v h-,rd for success, aud to his .11'. its
family trove.1 to l'etcrsbiirg Va., where , an,j careful ktudy in d preparation ol the
he grew up and married. He entetcd the casi. art. due in a gf at measure the result.
Conf.-den.ie nrrn. ate I s, rved his State and : jjis aiguiiie-nt of thc cae before the Cotn
eouutry lailhfuliy in m :ny a hard lought ; miuee on E'ectioes composed of lawyers
battle until tiie end of the gigantic slrugle ! ,,f ability and experience, added to" his
i sme. Dir. ctly alterwards he moved to . reputation as a lawyer and speaker.
this city with Ins wile and two ehi'dren. , The Italeiigh. News aud Observer and
He came lure as agent of the Southern . Charlotte Observer of this fetftte have this
Ei press Co. He uherwasds, i partner- 1 l( sav bout the argument at Washington:
ship with Mr. John A. Hichifrdsoii, ran1 -ft was well plu't ned as to pie-eut.dion
the Gaston House, then the leading hotel . cnipaetlv and clearly put bv Messrs.
ot the city lor awhile, uud ot late years Thomas, llosc and Buxton iu the order
has been engaged extensively 111 tho msur : namex
auee business. j Thomas began at 11 :05. Sli-.uv was not
I Mr. Uoyd was a Royal At eh Mason, a : 0Q Ul(J (u,flDsil.c Ue W.1S i,onestly
i member of th - Canton (the highest rank ' t,;L,cle He tu ide .-. rapi.l and brilliant
01 Odd Fellowship), and was a member ol examiu.ltion 0f tilt. ,ive procincU selected
the orders ot Knights ot Pvt.. ias, Royal ,v the opposition uud showed the iueon
1 Aicanum, Chosen Friends, W ooduicu of , sjstl ccy ol t jiejr Con-c-ntion.
i tie World. American Legion of Honor,; In Swausboro he nroved'thut it was the
Knights . f houor. Knights ot Harmony, : custl,m t() change the plate of votiii".
and Faith, Hope and Charity. He Only Otic uiiui Stliil he was ni.t going To
; we believe, a nictutier of eery Ir.detual V0.J s,HjrS- It wa. his own f.ult. Xo
' crgan'zuion there was in lhe city, and he 1 pRrti,.uar house w..s obliged to be tL.sig-
held offit e in most Ot the local lodges. uat, d by law.
Among other thing- he was the collector The committee, all composed of voung
for the insurance department ol nearly meUi i,sll.Iie(1 attentively to young
: every order with which he was connected, thomas. He q.ioted McCrarv and other
! He had also been honored with Grand authorities to overthrow Sutton and Dud
j Lo. lite offices. At the Grand Council of , jev as (() t(. Kiverd4le wri)11, box billots. !
1 the Roy d Arcanum which. he attended 1 ne jj only one ,vUq(.ss supports the
the w.ek before his death, he was fe- otilel. side, while several suppv.it his own.
elect..! Grand Secretary, a position which J 8hau.( he g.,idi come8 t0 Cunibcrland wi'h
lhe hid most worthly tilled tor several g03 maj0,i,y, allowing Thonipgon all he
years. claims. Long and Prince usked ques-
Mr. B .y,l was also a zealous christian U(,ns Suaw interjected a word now and
j vvotker. He was a member ol Christ , ii,,.t, '
iiKpiscopal) church an.l was one of itsj Thomas showed contradiction of
vestrymen lor eirs. lie was an
net i e, energetic antt faithful man in what-
'v,r p-'sli.cns lie ntie.l.
Mr. liOVtl S llfSt wile
i , - r ,, ,
was Miss Sarah
She died after
, rL,m.,val , Xcu- Berua a(l Mr. Boyd
ul uinl re mamei. n,s st.COn,l
f Mrs. I!a,.,,ln, 0f ( iol, Isboro, nee
... ... c. el? 1 ;
Miss Kile SUOw ol Kale!
h. She survives j
Mr. Bovd leaves a son, Air. W. G. i
Boyd, oi New York, and a daughter,
Mrs. John W. Webb, of Washington city f
by h's lirst wife, and a little daughte r, r.y
his l;ist wife, also a bright little ste i-on.
Muitloe k Barron, to whom he was as ele
ven e 1 as to bis own children.
Mr. Boyd was 05 ye, irs ol age.
K V M.ll TS TK.tlPI.AK I'Alllllli,
A M nfiiiflrenl Affair The First of the
Kind Ever Held in the City.
The grand parade of Knights Templar
came oil Thursday the 14ili, through the
principal streets of the city, taking in
both r sidentUl and business p irtions.
The parade lieuan and ended at the
Masonic Temple. ffhe procession was near
ly two blocks in length, and showo.l finely,
tin-memliers piesen'.ed a very hands imo
the Secotiel Regiment band of Wilming
ton and then a long line of Knights Tem
plar from all over the State, and lastly,
came ettringes, the leading one containing
the banner of the Comma. lelry.
This is the titst Knights Templar pa
rade, we are informed, ever on the streets
of New Berne. It was wate-hed for eager
ly ami gte.it.y admired by all.
Fleeteel Antl I n t al led t; ra 11 tl Conn
Right Eminent G.aud Commander,
W. A. Withers, Raleigh.
Very Eminent Deputy (.rami Com
mander, J. II. Ilackburn. Nt-w Berne.
Emin.nt Grand Generalissimo, M.
Eminent Grand Captain General,
E. Sturm, Wilmington.
Eminent Gran.l Prelate. Re v. C.
Hoffman, Cluirlott -.
Ecr.inent Grand Treasurer, Wm. Simp
Grand Recorder. II. II. Miin-oi, Wil
mington. Grand Senior Warden, W. F. Ran
Grand Junior Warden. J. D. Bullock,
Gran-l Standard Bearer, DeWUt Alltn.
Grind Sword Bearer. J. C.
Grand AVarder. Edward P
Grand Sentinel, Robert H.
Pel i lov
The offleors wire electe 1 in the morn
ing and installed the afternoon sess
ion. The Grand Council of Royal Selee t
Master s met at night ami elected their
offi. ri s.
tra ii fl Chapter Ofllcers Eleeteil.
The 49th annual convention of the
chapter of Royal Art h Masons of North
Carolina was held in the Masonic Hall of
this city, the first session beiug held
' Tuesday night May 12th. the seeoutl on
the motning of Wedneselay tiie Llih and
the fin til one in the afternoon of that day.
At the looming ft s-iou officers were
elected for the ensuing year as iollo.ws;
Grau 1 High Priest, "Walter S. Lieldill,
U 111 J)'
Deputy Grand High
Giand King. F. I' 1 1 ich
Grand Sen Me. M. S. W
Grand Treasurer, W.
Ne w Borne.
Grand Chaplain. Rev. Stewart
( i o 1 1 1 s 1 io rn.
Grand Chaplain of the Host, Wm.
Rand dpi), Asheville.
Horner M. S. Commencement.
Homer Military School, Oxford, N. C ,
rill hold its annual commencement excr-
j cises, 1 hursday. May 2xth, in the Opera
House of that town
The Marshals lor the occasion from the
Franklin Literary Society re Messrs.
Allen S. Holmes, Benj. B. Jackson and
Harry B. Marks. The latter is the son ot
our townsman, Mr. O. Marks.
Till: rilMI'SO.SII AH (ASHc
FIiimII.v Disposed of by Conprres Tlio
Alle Arg-nment of Hon. Charles K.
Thomivs "So Better Hjeech Hits
Been Made in a North Carolina
Fihtok JiH'KN i I. We note that on
Wedn.sday, May lith, the report of
the Committee of Elections in favor of
Hon. duo. (!. Sha'.v. (he Denmrratic
mem tier ot' Coi-ere-s from this dist rict ,
was presented to the House of 1 tepresc n
tatives and adopted, thus Glial ly disnOsin
of this important case ill .-ftivor of Mr.,
Shaw. Thi contest be&an immediatelv
alter the Novetnbc.- elections 1 HU4. ami '
evidence Was taken in the counties of
Cumberland, ( 'raven. Onslow and Joms,
and the ease w is coi eluded bv ui'o-ument
on the law and evidence at Washington
City, on Ainl 14th, lb96.
'l he case was stfoegly contest! d by both
sides, who were represented by able leit
talent. Ml'. Thompson's counsel throiiu'h
the entiie contest, including the final aryu
nient were Hon. Thomas fl Sutton and i
Ceil. W. W. Dudley, "lihcks of Five
Mr. Shaw was rei in si n! eil from the
i fr(, t tK. dose of the case by Ex-.Jud-e
i Buxton. Hon. (Jeo. M. Rose, :,d our lel-
low citizen, Mr. C-has. li. Thomas. In
the preparation and aruu-neiit of this case
much credit and honor are due our towns
man, Mr. Thomas. From the beginning of
the case to its final decision lie has worked
Thompson's witnesses and
upset Sutton at tuwliitlh
com nl e tel v
1 in. am.ii.li
extent eel tor lnterrnn 10ns ami he-snias 1-
ed the opposition bv showing the law
lUMvieling for cl.-rks" which thev s ,hl did
exist. It was an express provision and
tiie custom Lcsides. tie used lorlv min-i
utes of his own and ten minutes of Rose's
time. It was a most interesting argu
ment and deeply impressed the commit
tee. Nobetierspee. il has bo. n made iu
a Nort h Carolina c .so.
The decision of this case leaves Mr.
Wooelard ami Mr. Shaw as the only
Democratic Congressmen who escap -tl lhe
fusion avalanche of 18!l4. In this connec
tion we remark that the efforts of Mr.
Thomas in this contest, while professional
an I non political, should be appreciated
by the Democratic party. Never waver
ing in his devotion to that party, ttue lo
its interests and principles, antl to his
friends, he deserves antl should receive
higher and greater professional awards and
political honors. Dkmociiat.
DOWNED TIIF. OTHER MACHINE.
The UnNklll Mail res Slntler Ilitl
tluleker Work than lt Rest Rival.
With I.eMN Power and F'ewer Opera,
Mr. Thos. Gaskill informs us that while
North in the interest of the mattress
stuffing machine of w hich he was the in
ventor, a test was made ltweenhis
machine and one in use in a la.ge matt tess
factory of Washirgton city, the other
being the one that up to the time of M r.
Gaskill's invention, was co tsie lered the
The test was a ye r.y thornugSSj one anil
under ciictimstances quite f ivorable to the
opposing machine, it being where it was
up for regular use anil in daily use anil
being operated by men trained in hand
ling it. That stutter was mn by
steam and by thiee men. The Gaskill
machine had no power whatever about it
except Mr. Gaskill himself am! one assis
tant. Yet the Gaskill machine run by
those tirn men beat the other in ich ne
which was run by three nun and steam
in addition, by nearly two minutes to the
The result was a sale witlirut any soli
citation. The working of the Gaskill stuf
ler was enough.
Application has also been made to the
company for the territory o! Baltimore.
compxnv considers thev have now
matle a good start and that their work of
introeliiction hereafter will be easier than
in the past. rri
HIXO'S OA I't. HTERS.
In Convention at Chapel Hill-Firsl
..ay s rroeee......
Chapel Hill, N. C. May 12, 1890.
Editok Journal: The King's
Daughters met m Convention here to-
n i o lit. The attendance, is hirer- and the
' ! meetings will be held in the Methodist
Prof Hume intro luc-ed the officers nr.d
Mrs. Hernngton read the address of wel
come. This was responded to by Miss
Kingsbury, of Wilmington.
An interesting ael.lr. ss ot some letig'h
wis made by Mrs. Label Charles D .ns.
if New " ork. She explaineti the object
of the organization anil its work.
Miss Eulaha. Willis is tbe delegate from
New Berne. Alter the ext-rcistS to-night
a large number nf King s Soils, who are
students of the University, met the young
ladies. A reception will be given the )
Convention Wednesday night in the gym
nasium. , niort Academy Commencement.
j The Newport Academy, Newport, N.
C. will hoi el its commencement exercises
i Friday, June 12th, lS'.)i.
I At 10 o'clock, a. in., the annual address
; will be delivered by Rev. J. T. Abernathv
of Beaulort, and there will be school
oration, essays, debates and music.
At three o'clock p. m.,;there will be
declamation, recitations and music, anil
at eight o'e lock, p. m., the annual con
Funeral of Mr. W. H. Royd.
The funeral of Mr. W. L. Boyd was
held from the Episcopal church Friday
morning at ten o'clock under Masonk'
auspices. Rev. T. M. N. George, the
rector, conducted the church burial scrv-
j ice and Hon. C. C. Clark impressively
read the beautiful Masonic burial service
at tlie grave.
Thc high regard in which the deceased
was helel was evidenced by the very large
c oncourse of citizens present both at the
church and at the grave.
I. lSti IIISTAM't: it;i,FI'llll K,
The On' in Portions t Beaufort anil
lamlie Comity Its Present Con
neetions. Planneil F.xf elisions, anil
Kelation In ow Berne.
A telephone system l-elwien Wash
lr,i.'ton and Stoneuad is now
ton and Stonewall is now complete, as
w e recently announc .1, except the jiut t i ni;
in of the phones, ail in'ermi dade otfiees
a"e tin brace I and the iin- is also to be
extended irom St' iieuail to Oiii-nial, and
from liiyboro io '
I s O'l
We il re
is io Lp
informed -dsn that an ext e
made from Wasliint;ton
points in H vile i i hi n i .
w e tee! s , i i-h.- I
highly a-1 vantageoiis t
to be extended to No-
advallt i-;i:oii to a li
v o I i . i 1),
is it now
for the c-v-
touches and to , w Bi 1 n
tension to be made It' ll
teutle-l to Nc-w Berne in
the city iciepnone. e.
right at bis r. sidence or
have instant communtca
places t he s stem i'eae
eompan coutf-d.i ' 1 1
hue make a propo-- .1 in
ing to the l ii-iher e-t. ns
il aa-of bu
ion w i t h nil th.
1 s. Cannot the
New Berne look
m' Local stock '
was taken in tic; line at tl
which it now r aide s.
sibly something similar can lie
up here it' thei'" i s n hing
e pi i. e- '
known upon whi b u work.
Tho Jilaces l'e oe'ii 1 i byth'-i-ti" a- lil
n tidy bu i 1 1 or p'anr.ed to he- built, are
StoneA'aii. 1! ivboro. (Irentd. rande
mere, Alliance, Aurora, Elw-inL Mill,
Clioeow'itiity. Bloutits er ek. V isiiin-ton,
and the plnce.s in II , de e loiii y. ''he ail
antag.s these jdaees woi'd nave in being
in connection with New Berne and that
New Berne would have in l-einir connec
ted with them by telephone can readily
be seen by aii posted uiion the situa
tion. SOI I11I KN A'l"l'IU('TIO. CO.
The Shetn Oeparts to .Make 'I'lie Sea
son at Coney Island For Which i
Plaee it Was F. y pensely t.otten up.
New Beine's' colored population was
reduced by about ti'iy Friday afternoon,
that being the n u in1 .er cai rn-. ! oil' by the
Southern Attr act ion t o v, hicii is to show i
at Conev Island tiiis s. a-m, ;
i Mr. E. F. Small. Pre e eut and G.-n-
I eral Matiag. r'.ui the eoiiipuny, his sons,
i Messrs. R T. and A. T. Suiall, led in
I ehai'ge of the show. Mis. A. T. Small 1
was aloug also with her husband. 1
Although .Mr. Small is lrom Atlanta,
ami some ot his leading peilorintrs came
from that ciiy, it is nevertheless, to a con
1 sidtrable ex'en'. a North Carolina show,
j Mr. -Small, liim-cd, is a native of Wash
ington, N. C. Some Xoith Carolinians
are iuiere-ted in it, and nearly half the
company is fnun our own city.
Moreover the at ti net ion.- gathered for it
in the way of old machinery, moss cVc,
j are almost entirely from tins city. Two
thousand pound ot moss were take u along
' to 1 tress tne snow I'Uiining. vyuien is yivx
- tC7 fc-t, and it is expect e I in
take as much more. M r. S111.il
it it will
1 1 rilys n ii iii
i lllm 1,1 e-'etlin- "1
mater al for his
is warm anni'e-
show and he t pre--es
eiatiou of their iutt l'ei
iu i urn
hope he will m ike pi it s
"The Old Soui h Tvpt
Ii out ol
Slow Work Russell i li the I, rati. Imf
Losing roil lid .
The Ilepiibln :in Side Convention
which assembled in ltalcigh Thursday con
tinued its workjye-lerday. The News and
Observer in its account of the lirst days
proceedings starts off as follows:
Not a thing done et.
At eleven o'clock last night, the Slate
Re publican convention adjourned because
the comiuittt e on credentials, which had
been wrestling with the cntittstetl seats
sinee two o'clock in the day, was not
ready to repot t. 'There are thirty six con
tested seats lrom eleven counties, llolton
appointed T Poekery men, and 2 anti
Daekcry men on tiie commit ee. It the
Docker y men who are contesting are
scate-l, Do. kery will be nominated. H
not, Boyd will be the winner, ku-seil
seems to be out of it , and w it 1 thtow bis
vote to Boyd.
From the account of the .lays proceed - .
ing sent lo the Wilmington Mts-eng'-r we
lake the following:
The hour s. t for the op. ning of the
Stale convention was noon. Admission
was by ticket, and a few minutes it fit r :
noon tne ii tl iw o! delegates la gan. The
galleries had been 111 led some time. W.
II. Chadbouin - v as doorkeeper. G. Z
French, always an early bird, was the
first delegate to tike his s.-a'. Delegates
w,-i-i.seded bv iilslriets. Sofetatois sail!
it was the b. -t eonvent.. u the Rspubli Having passed our owu life's wiutor,
cans bad ever held here. May we traces leave behind
Ac 12:30 o'c'ock Senator Pritcliard That, will lrom our hindretl people
walked oil the stage and was loudly up- I Carve a better, broader mind
plan. led. He told the rep,.-;, ers that at a I Bright hopes with the: we are plant
con fcreuee today ol the Popuiist bolters -n,,
and Keiiblic.n coideiet.ee committee, I And link around a lasting chain,
the Populists agreed that t ie Republicans ; Memories of our happiest school .lays
c.iuld go ahead an.) make t he nom ma-j To draw us often bick a-ain.
tions, taking the Governor, and the ropu-j
lists to Inter till in the gaps
them, in accoulance- with t li
made hist month.
Winn Settle entered the hall there was
a ripple of app'aiise. The Republicans
were very proud of the of the gather
ing. One of the proti le st was tile new
convert, He-zekiah Gudger. The races
were about so divided in that three titihs
i were wlnte and nvo-iitihs weie eoion-i i.
! , There was hciuty ehe-r.ng for Holt -n
i It was 12:4.j o clo. k win n he stepped out
I vvith hia addreSs in hand. lie spoke a
few words to Loge Hauls, designated -lake
! Ualiyburton as s. rge mt-a'-arms, t ailed
the body to order, and read
Secretary Hat l is 1', ad the call 111
i tl,e convention assembled. John C
Dancy was jappointed to call tin- roll o
! cuntits. He read the names of the Com
mittee on Credentials'
At 5 o'clock it wassta'ed that it would
be two and a half hours before the com
mittee on cretlentia's wouhl be ready to
.repot t and Chairman Hoiton g ve notice
nil the eon vent ion wou tl ex ten. I its recess
tint il 8 o'clock.
The linsscll men say the member- of
the cmiuiittee on credent!. ds are anti
MeKinley and am i-Pri tel. aril s.ve .Man in
an i.l Sinai hers, and that Martin is the
only Russell man on it.
H. L. Grant said tonight; ' When that
committee reports there will be a how'.
The riot act will be read as it was never
read before. '
I'p to 8 o'clock only four counties had
been disposed of by the committee, these
being Chowan, Cumberland, craven aud
Wilkes Delegates have been on the
streets near the hall all the afternoon and
H:d Ay er says the 'action of the bolters
here to-.lay was an absolute lailure; that
they represent nothing and that when
they backed down and gave way to the
Republic, .ns, ajl save five left antl those
were lrom Vance county. He declares
it is folly to think (or an instant that t'.iey
cm commit the party to fusion.
Marshall Mott said the temper of the
Republican patty iu North Carolina is a
little over confident.
APJwUItNS TILL NK.XT PAY.
At 11 o'clock tiie convention adjourned
until next morning. The committee on
credentials will be in session all night.
Dockery men are now saying they will
sweep the deck.
(Continued to page ilrd.j
M KJIOKI VI. HAY ODD.
A-jain the unwe;uied hand nl tune
Has turned the swif', tevolvino ear.
And brought before our watching eyes
The liny io Southern hearts most deir-
- I The sad, yet lad Memorial Day,
"MerecJ to those who wore the iay.
Our Soldier Boys. Their heads are white
That marched anil fought in that sad
When men went down like ripened pram
In the full strength of '.nanhoon's pmne,
When birifdhss bo s and graiid.iifes giay,
Fell in the thickest of the tray.
Calm, queenly New Berne, seated
t i 1 wo broadly, llowing niver- meet
, And j iin their wavesTii h anuonv
I o pay their ti Unite at thy fe- t ;
I hen sweep in full unbroken tide,
"ut towaid the : enn deep and v : 1 1.
lloin-r thy brave nn no bit r deeds
Stand on the cat alog tie ol lame,
I'littii those which g .e the Boys in Gray,
An honored, prouo, undying name
In Stmt hem hearts one loyal d-.y
fo keep, till tune sha'l pass away.
Scatter the roses red as blood
Above each wairim's marble tomb;
Pih- high the flowers upon each grave,
Carl dids and sprays of forest oloom ;
Calla and jasmine, violet,
l'ule lilbes sweet and mignonette.
Mourn for thy .had the brave and true
Yet think not th .t in wiin they died,
The triumph of their sacrifice
Kings th:'- 11 gh the South On every side
Where willing I d) u's laisy hand,
Has shown the wealth ot our f.ir land.
Our Soil, baptized with heroes' blood
And .It. nehed with widowed mother's
Lay dormant for awhile, afraid
Te ventuie into untr.e l spheres,
fill L'l-1 K li'ie, She rose at. length.
On pinions poised with new lound
The Cause is lost for which these die !.
But lrom the ashes of tht past,
The South has risen to higlier life,
Aud Siat.ds f day, secute and fast
I 'uited, Proud of her own might,
Tiu-.ting in Gad to aid the Right.
' e. 11 n.
New Berne, X. C, Apr.l 39th, '06.
(illD'N MIRACLE OF MAY.
There came a message to the vine,
A whisper to the tree,
The blue-bird saw the secret sign
And merrdy sang he !
Aud like a silver string the brook
Trembled with music sweet
Enchanting D-ites in every QOok
For echo to repeat.
A magic touch transformed thc fields.
Greener each hour they grew,
I'ntil they shone like burnished shields
All jewelled o'er with tlew,
Scattered upon tht; lorest floor
A million bits of bloom.
Breathed fragrance forth thro' morning's
Into the day's bright room.
Then bud by bud the vice confessed
Tne seret it had heard,
Ami in the leaves the nzure-breast
Sang the delightful word:
Glad riowers upsprang amid the grass
And rlung their banners gay,
And suddenly it came to pass
(Joel's miracle of May !
Fiank Dempster Sherman.
ODE TO THE EI.M.
Stately, graceful Elm so modest.
Cherished more than other trees
That are native of Carolina,
Fed and finned by he soil and breeze.
Balheel in May's
weet, mellow sun-
Y u siantl a stately queen
Wearing not a robe of flowers
But a simple garb ot green.
If on earth, our path be darkened.
We hold your lesson not in vain,
But from the shadow something gather,
That like you we turn to gain.
Let us from you harn a lesson,
As you dip your rootlets down
Gathering from the earth's cold
Food to make your leafy crown.
Our training here is like your
'Crumpled in a tiny bud.
Mhv it like them btean the bindinj
And fill the world with all
Though the hoary frost of winter
Chills their life, they do not die,
But come back te gladden spriugtime,
As smiling fruit or waving rve.
tave tl i ee now our class-tluy em
To keep out memories ever green.
Throughout a hundred lirst May days,
May ye-ur bursting buds be seen,
THE STRANGER WE TOOK MIT IX,
j She dwelt among us for a year;
.scarce though; we gave her,
Dropped down from many a
The day that she lay down to die.
Aiene, neglected, tr.endless, drear,
t-tie ir.rneet lo ijroti tor Help ami ciieer,
She rcrned to God for
Then sank amid the city's din
The stranger whom we took not in.
Until she died we never knew
How grand the work she lived to do,
And died in doing,- nor how faint
She Was who uttered no complaint.
She did her eiuty, sought no praise,
Through weary nights and painful
Each day she grew more pale, and
The stranger whom we took not in.
But when she died we never knew her
- w rth.
Aud how her life had sweentenetl earth;
We learned how she for Live had lon
ged, We gue-sseel how greatly wc had wron
ged The heart that hungered for our care.
Ami sighed our weary load to share;
But hardly kindness couhl she win
The stranger whom we look not iu.
So wrapt were we in our own ways,
Our busy round of pleasant days,
We let her struggle all alone,
Uucheercd by tender look or lone.
We did not mean thus cold to be.
But, ah, wc "never thought '' you see
May God forgive our cruel sin
The stranger whom we took not in.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
At the Soldiers' Home, Weeks B.
Parker died at 2 o'clock on the 12th
inst. He had been an inmate of the home
for two years. He entered the war iu
18(51, as a member of Lloyd's Battery,
from Edgecombe county; after Capt.
Lloyd's death in 1862, his battery was
ilivieieil between Manly an.l Riley, Mr.
PatKcr going to Manly's. Ooe of his
noinrades said: "As a man and a soldier,
we. had no better." News and Observer.
I NOT I. OKI! II1RII'H.
; M iss M 1 1 lord 'i ves theveis.s on the
j waltz attributed to Lord llvron. Sin
!iy i hat they mv by a Sir Henry Knple-
What ! the girl I adore by another em
What! the balm of her breath shnll anoth
er man taste 1
What! ptes-ed in tm- whirl by another's
What! panting, reclined on atiotlnr than
Sir, -lie's your-: vou have brushed Ironi
the grape its so( I ,! ue;
From the rosebud you've shaken the
What Mm bine tonciie.l mui may take,
I 'ret t y wa It .. r. ad ieu'
(.'has B He,,, 1. and Manulin Hire 1
Aeent, Columbus. (he, eerlilies that Dr.
Kmg's New Discovery las no 1 ipial as a
Cough remedy. .1 . 1) Broun, I'iop. St.
Jam s Hoi, -i." Ft. uy.i.-. Ind.. t.stdi'-s
that he vwis 1 uru-1 ol a '. aigh ol two ye-i 1 s
slanding, ca.is tl bv Jjltinppe, by Dr.
King's New I li-cmrn . B. F. M.n.d,
Bald w insv i I Ie, Miss, siys that he bus
use.l and ri eon 1 nielli ha I it and never
knew it to ful and would lather have it
luati any d 11 ti.i, !K-aiisp, it always cures
Mn. He. ling', 212 E. 2olh St , ( Ima
go always keeps it at hand and has no
Ie r ol ( l'.ui p. b -cans.- it 1 ns I a n 1 1 v 1 el ie ves.
Free Trials Bniiles at F. S. Dully.- Drug
Stole. I 3)
I ip .nese Liver 1
a nil t . , 11 rists a 1 .1 o
I u t s will be foil 111 1 vi 1
pin kly relieve indiges-
Fitly .loses, 25 t ts
If the'Baby Is I iiIIIiik Teeth
Be sure and use that old ami well-tried
remedy, Mrs. Winslow 's Soothing Syiup
for children teething. It soothes the child,
j softens the gums, allays all pain, cures
wind colic and is tlie U-st remedy lor
diarrhoea. Twenty live c-nts n bottle.
j Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Fleers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, Hud posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay rt.purod. It
is guaranteed to give perl.-ct satiKiactioii or
Wlien Hahy was Bielc, wo pare her Castria.
W "hen she was a Child, slit ericel fe.r I '.-mloria.
When she Ieeame Miss, tttte citing to Castor-la
When she lia.1 Cliil.lr.-n, she jr-ae e tlee-m C.a-torta
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Did Ton Ever.
Try F.leelric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If n it, get a botlle now
ami get relie f. This me heme has been
found tti be peculiarly adapted to the
relief anil cure of all Fe-m de Complaints,
exerting a wondi-rlul direct influence in
giving strength and tone to the organs.
If you have Loss of'App tile. Constipa
tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are
Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancho
ly or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Elec
tric Bitters is thc muhcine you need.
Health and Strength are trmiranteod hj
its use. Fifty cents and $1.00 at K. S.
Duffy's drug store. (;!)
Thousands bless the day tin y heard of
Dr. E. C. West's Neive and Brain Treat
ment. It has brought happiness and
health to replace misery and discourage
ment. Thirty days treatment lor 1.00.
For sale by F. S. Duffy.
Doctors n sod M lance to bleed
their patients in olden times. Now
a lance is necessary.
Successful for years, Dr. Le Brim's G.
& G. Cure,- three days. No bad effects.
One Dollar; at store or by mail. For sale
by F. S. Dully.
Ilomeopathists tell ns that like
cures like but they fail to suggest u
cure for dislike.
Get genuine Dr. Le Brim'.- S. .V P. Pills
lor ladies. Sold only by authorized agents.
One Dollar, at store or tr.y mail. For sale
by F. S. Dully.
The physician is tlie man who re
commends a change and then takes
all you have.
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain
Treatment is guarant.-td to cure any case
of nervous debility of whatever cause.
Six months course with guarantee, $".
At store or bv m til. For sale by F. S.
When doctors disagree, thev can
always unite in attributing it to
Wanted The unfortunate to know
that Dr. Le Brim's G. . G. Cure will
cure in th t ee days. One Dollar at store or
bv mail. For sale bv F. S. DutlV.
Life is full of trials
ycrs are glad of it.
Ladies, despair not. Dr
i P. Pills sure
store or by mail.
e u re. ( ne Dollar, at
For sale at F. S. Di
The girl who poses for
ways leads a model life.
For seventeen vears Dr. E. C. West'-.
Nerve and Brain 'I reatinent has worked
wonders for the sick, pale, nervous, de
bilitated mm aud women of this country.
1 per box; six for For sale by F. S.
An artist is not a success until lie
can draw a check on a bank.
Yoo will not be dis ipp ..inted in Dr.
Le Brim's G. eV. G. Cure. No Ind rffetts,
no diet; three days. Due Dollar, id
store or bv mat1. I'm sale at F. S. Dill
fy's. A theatrical manager is always
known by the company he keeps.
D.ilicate bulies take great restorative.
Dr. Le Brim's S. X Pt Pili-. One Dollar,
at store or bv mail. For sale by F. S.
It is not the address that makes
the chorus-girl it's the tights.
Be a man. 'l ake Dr. K. C. Wtst's
Nerve and Brain T: eatineiit. It r stores
manly vigor. G.iarani.-e.d to euu-. 1
per box, six lor '.".. For sde at F. S Duf.
No matter how cruel fate may be,
the washei woman always manages
to hang out.
No publicity. Send your dollar bv mail
and get a box of Dr. Le Bum's G. A G.
Cure. Cures in thiee days. Never finis.
For srle by F. S. Dully.
Dr. Le Bran's S. & p. p,s, u,,, ony
French; tor ladies. One Dollar, nt store
or by mail. For sule by F. S. Duffy.
That we ask !
That will convince you
that this is the best
place to buy.
(Quality ior quality, onr prioon
ciinnot 1 f'iuallfi, and qual
ity is what counts. Don't
judge by prtct'H :ilont i'Xfttn-. '
itio the poods examine tliPin
(.lowly. If cv (iiytlilng int
just .is wc represent it, bo
very Htire we don't know it,
and would consider it a favoi:
if you will tell us. V lo tlife
v ery hoed we can.
ut our stores, which will
stand hoih a critical examina
tion and a pronounced com
parison with anyone goods.
We cite our
$2. Low Shoes
as an illustration. Tliey ar
made by Thos. O. Plant and
out, of Vici Kid just
neatest you ever saw at that
Four styles in till Black and Tan.
Our Men's Tail
and Patent Leather's
iiiv up to-tl.itc in last and
quality. Be sun; you sen
When you need a pair of
shoes it mat tors not in what
sty le and price, be sure yon
sec out's. We are quite apt
to have what you want. Wc
inv ite a critical examination
of our stock s.
lo yon want
to 1... In IIT
Tbe lilryelo liiiHlnean 1? growing
enormously why nut try UT Yon
can buy one wheel, or hi many aa
yon like, and sell your friend
BICYCLES AT COST.
An order Rent now entitle you to '
a bl(t discount. Apply (julck tor tha
agency for your pin. Our vhiwli
are Uie liluhHt grade, most reliable
bicycles made to-day.
Parti cnln in and liandnomely lllaa-'
tratetl printed maUr by mail.
C-1K1.1S A 1 1 LTOX, KalUam, Ut.