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TEEM BEEHE JOURNAL.
CHARLES U STEVE If s.
Editor and Proprietor.
New Berne, July i). 1S1XJ.
EBMtM at the PCMt Office at Sew Berne,
K &MMaoad cUai mailer.
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Card Bl Tbaakm, Bsao nations ot Beapeet an J
Obituary Poetry; alao for Obituary Notice
other tbaa thoee walch the v!ltor himself
hall irtra aa a matter or newa.
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eatertatefDeata I mi whioh rereaoe la to be
,iatml wtllha eaarred for at Uw rate of Are
Tb JoCVjrjLi. will not unUer any clrcum
- rUac ) be TCaponafbte for the re tarn or the
at keepiafW any rejected manuscript. No
. exeeptiea will be made to thia rale with re
ard to either letters or lneloearee. Nor wlU
Editor enter Into correspondence corf
earalmc retected manaaerlpfc.
WIX'1JU1U W NEW BXBNH"
W. H. Ifalliaon, of Rocky Mount,
19. XL; tu a caller at the Journal
. office yesterday.
lfrV Malllaon was raised in CraTen
count,- "bat moYed last jear to
EJgecombo county, owing to a fail
. are of his truck farming in this
coonty, and he went to Rocky
af oant with the thought that tobacco
'farming would pay, and thia Jear he
haa made a Email, bat good crop o:
: I tobacco. ; After hia experience in
Edgecombe county, Mr. Mallison
. aaya haia coimnced that the soil o
CraTsn count j will raise good to-
baccosnd is going to back up his
pinion by -putting six acres of his
farm,' which is about 15 miles below
New Berne, into tobacco next year.
and will begin preparing the land at
'once. He was Tery much interested
.in; the tobacco warehouse project
- for this city, and "says it will build
. -: up thia place, and thinks the farmers
-' all arnnTii here will trn intW tnhaooo
raising. At Rocky Mount and Tar-
boro, the tobacco budaeaa starts up
August 1st and mates everything
-. lirely, wnile at other other towns not
' ia the t tobacco business, everything
. : isduIL About six acres, or enough
for one barn, Mr.' Mallison believes
i 'ja about the right number oz acres
for a farmer to put into tobacco.
. i zn TUB DTiT TXZINO.
, Everything done by the Demo
cratic? State Convention, judging
been J ost right.
- Any effort that might have been
made' to placate the Populists, by
. ' ttnltlfication " of Democratic crin
- " ciplea could' only. have, proven 'fatal
; . to Democratic chances next FalL;.
:'; The action of the Populist leaders
- since "the Democratic convention
plainly indicates that they are dis
appointed, the ticket is too strong
and the principles show too much
-' straight-out Democracy to please
. Senator Butler! action and speech
in Wilmington prove the falseness
r of any si ncerrty on his- part. He is
Democracy, and simnlv wishes to
iMi l run in uiwiiir in nmnr 11 suv.
vmnlTaS an?a tnr- Ttnfla.
.The State Democratic ticket and
. principle ara all that the rank and
- would offer the voters of this State.
Senator B uler wants, very nat
urany, to'keep in f nil control of the
machine which he has built up from
" the .'dissatisfied democracy. Noth-
ing that the Democratic party could
or would do, can please Senator
Butlef. He will not be pleased, for
..w IM. 1111. V T J MJl U J J , I I V WHLJ
and would lead the Populists of this
Stale to vote the Republican ticket
in preference to that of the Dem
The Democratic State ticket is
cut' out for Democrats and all sin-
. cere believers in an honest aud good
local vernment, and all such per
sonsinKorth Carolina will vote it.
The Democratic party of this
- StaiSTSSSot and will not deal with
political hypocrites of the Butler
stamp. They are oat for themselves
first, last and all the time, and their
only principle is the advancement
The Democratic party has done
wisely in avoiding anything which
savors of trades with Senator Butler
and his ilk.
TBS ltXCSXSTTT rOS IT.
Ever since the proposition to build
a tobacco warehouse was first agi
tated in New Berne, there has been
a succession of inquiries poured into
the JOCBXAL concerning it, and
the proofs sent to the Joi kv.il in
regard to the adaptability of the
. lands ia this section for the cultiva
tion of tobacco 'are perfectly con
vincing and prove that this h a
There has been no real necessity
for a tobacco warehouse ia New
Berne until recently, but by the
time one can be built here, it will bo
a wonder how it was that this sec
tion's tobacco growing possibilities
had never before been discovered.
Ia another column of the Joi r
y XX will be found a very important
ami significant report from a farmer
wbolia lived, until recently, in this
action, who tried raising truck and
it ;u it crop too 11 r t
it up, going to another
wlvere liu has engaged in
This is an unusually good illus
tration, but the JorRy ai. has more
which will go to prove thitt the coun
ties in this immediate vicinity are
unequalled for their tobtteoo pro
ducing qualities, in quantity and
The time is very near when one
or more tobacco warehouses will be
actual neccasities for this city, and
thoao who have tUo tobacco ware
house for New Berne in baud liavo
wisely Been it, and are providing
against that time.
From all sides, the farmers are
already making preparations to
plant tobacco next year. They are
all reading up on tobacco culture,
and will go into the cultivation of
the plant with some well defined
ideas 3oncerning its production.
This is right, and another thing it
will be well for the farmers to care
fully consider, and that is not to
overdo the business, and put in too
many acres in tobacco.
There are other industries which
can and should be started in this
There may seem no apparent
necessity for them, but the neces
sity nevertheless exists, for through
the creation of industries and man
ufactures in New Berne will come
growth, in commercial prosperity
and a desirable popufation.
Let the. tobacco industry but be
the forerunner of many other indus
tries in this city.
AXX UPON A CAST.
The stay-at-home, quiet, old -fash
ioned democrat who was brought
up in the way arid spirit of Jackson
ian and JeffersOnian democracy,
whose motto has always been "no
terror for us and political death to
our enemies," to such a democrat,
the Democratic make-shifts of today
must seem very strange.
To see the Democrats of today in
close affiliation with their political
enemies, fawning and dickering, as
if the Democratic party was a beg
garly one, without force or prin
ciple of its own.
Just now the Democratic party,
upon the eve of a great National
Convention, is senrring about, the
greater part of the time cheek by
jowl with Republicans and Populists.
It does not feem to be enough
that the Democrats in a number of
State conventions have declared for
certain principles of Democracy. It
does "not seem to be sufficient that
the Democrats of these States have
declared for free silver coinage, in
fact this seem 8 to be a political year
when the old-fashioned Democrat is
at sea, (and looks with amazement
upon gatherings of Republicans and
Democrats, or sees in the news
papers how Democrats and Populists
are "getting together."
The Democratic party this year
seems to recognize no enemy, ex
cept upon one issue, and that is free
silver, coined at the ratio of 16 to 1.
It makes no difference to Democ
racy this year, if a person has been
its enemy in Congress, upon the
stump, or in the press; if be is for
free silver, unlimited, he is good
enough for the Democracy, and
whether he believes in anything else
pertaining to Democracy, makes no
From all reports, the Democratic
party seems unwilling to trr.st its
fortunes to one of its own people,
but must go abroad and seek out
some political castaway, to whom
it offers the crowu and scepter of
It cannot but be humiliating to
every sincere and honest Democrat
to see his party making overtures to
such a Republican as Senator Teller
to head the National Democratic
ticket. It is an insult to every
prominent Democrat in the party,
and it is a certain sign of political
paresis, when a party thinks it must
seek leaders among its enemies.
The Democratic party may be
strong in its demand for free coin
age of silver at 10 to 1, but is this
all there is for the party to fight
for, and must it trade off its politi
cal sovereignty to secure the success
of this one issue? Is there not more
for the Democratic party of this
country than free stiver, if to gain
tnis it must stoop to designing
Populists and recreant Ilepubli-
The Democratic party seems to
be going forward, williug, anxious
to make one throw, and risk all
upon that cast.
If it must risk all upon one issue,
et it have manhood and courage,
at least, to place Democrats in the
ead, aud not seek political castoffs
to lead it.
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We the uni1er?inet, have known F. J.
Cheovv lor the last 15 vmrs, aod Wiu
lm perfectly bonoraMe in all biaineus j
transactions an' 1 tiuauciallv able to canv
ut any obligations made ly their iirm.
West it Tri ax, Wholesale Druggists.
Wai.dino, KinsaN Makvi.n, Whole
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Hall's Catarrh Cure 13 taken interna v. I
actiDk; directly upon - the blood .ind ,
mucous surface of the system. Price 75c.
txt 00 tie, foia i'V 1111 uruiryisis.
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Hall's Family Pills are the best.
OF' PEI5MANBNT GROWTH. I
The growth of New Berne, dur- J
ing the p.ist few years, shows moat
important gains iu population and
With no special efforts being
made in way oi securing new peo
ple or any important increase in
manufacturing interests, the popu
lation of New Berne shows impor
tant gains, not in comparison witli
boom towns, but gains which are
permanent, and of a character
which assure a healthy and progres
From 18S0 to 1S0O, New Berue's
increase of population showed a fair
increase, and since 1890 it has
shown an important increase, aud
this during a period of dull times.
Wich a continuation of the growth
in population during the next four
years, proportionate to that of the
last four year, New Berne in 1900
will have a population of at least
twelve thousand inhabitants.
But New Berne is not going to be
satisfied with such an increase,
neither is there going to be any
boom developed which shall draw
in thousands of new people to be
disappointed after they come here.
Between the present steady increase
and a boom town development, New
Berne will go ahead. Her develop
ment will be called a boom, but it
will possess only the characteristic
of a boom in its increase of popula
tion and commercial activity. Its
growth will be permanent, for it
will be based upon a first class, in
dustrial development in the way of
It has received mnny natural
benefits in the way of soil, climate
and geographical position, and to
these can be added an industrious
and intelligent farming community.
The seeker after good farming
lands will find them in this section,
and the eeeker after investments
will find in New Berne an oppor
tunity where capital can be safely
and profitably placed.
The record of the banks of this
city is a splendid one, and the value
of property in this city shows no
signs of slackness, any piece of prop
erty offered finding a ready buyer
and at a coustanly increasing valua
tion. With commercial interests in good
condition, banks paying large divi
dends, property in demaud and
manufacturing interests being made
ready to start up, the future of New
Berne is most encouraging, aud
with the manufactures which will
be developed here within a few
months, and those, which will fol
low. New Berne's population is
eoinjr to show surprising figures in
the next government census.
New Berne is a city of permanent
and substantial growth. It is
gooa city to nave your interests in,
and it is going to reward those who
not only believe this but act upon
it, by taking an active part in its
The Caucasian man may not be
exactly scared, but he keeps talking
mighty loud for a man who is not.
The New York World keeps harp
ing on Democratic "duty and op
portunity" at Chicago, or in other
words thinks the party should de
clare for a single standard of cur
rency value, namely, gold. The
World may be putting itself on
record, but its "duty and opportu
nity" will not be utilized at Chicago
It will be free coinage of silver at
1G to 1.
The Richmond Dispatch's issues
for the last few days, have been
mammoth ones, with unusually full
and interesting accounts of the
Confederatate reunion which was
held in its city. The Dispatch
seems to have exceeded, on this
occasion, all its previous journalistic
feats and given its readers splendid
The news that (leo. T. Winston,
President of the University of
North Carolina, has accepted the
Presidency of the University of
Texas, will be received with sincere
regret by President Winston's num
erous friends in this State. Mr.
Winston has enjoyed a well merited
and honorable position as President
of North Carolina's University, and
his departure from the State will be
a distinct loss to educational cir
cles. His friends will wish him all
success and prosperity in his new
field of labor.
The Raleigh Correspondent of the
Southport Leader calls attention,
and quite appropriately, to the cir
cumstance that at the annual cruise
of tho North Carolina Naval lie
serves, this year, neither Gov.
Carr or Adjutant General Cameron
" - i vot ui.. iu owiiis t n jr Diianf
t0 inspect the Naval Reserves, and
it snows a very lmniiereut spine on
the part of our Chief Executives
tmt t1Cy (0 not attend these Naval
., j . n
iUbtrvw amelt' auu Btu peisonany
what is done.
James Spruut, Esq., of Wilming
ton, N. C. , has put forth an exceed
ingly attractive little paper-back
book not such a very little one,
either, for it is of about 300 pages
entitled "Tales and traditions of the
liwfir line rear lMil-l'w.
style is delightfully fresh and chatty, 1
a gi.inoe 3fio'.vs that tlu- hiutc
is not (onfir-cil to the telling of
tales but is in a sense a history of
the historically interest ing lower
(,'aio Fear section, and deals pretty
generally with the attractions of the
Cape Fear of to-day. Capt. J. W.
Harper's picture, and that of his
hue steamer, very appropriately are
in the first place of the hook, and
to-day no pleasanter trip can be
made than on this steamer, which is
commanded by the universally popu
lar Capt. John W. Harper.
THE 16 TO 1 QUESTION.
what is 10 to 1 ?
Reply. A gold dollar weighs
25. 8 grains of which 9-10, or 2:.$. 22
grains, aro pure gold, tho remainder
being alloy. A silver dollar weighs
V2.o grains, of which 9-10, or
371.25 grains, are pure silver, the
remainder being alloy. Thus the
pure silver in a silver dollar weighs
about sixteen times as much as the
pure gold in a gold dollar, and this
is the meaning of "1G to 1." The
proposal to adopt the free coinage
of silver at a ratio of 10 to 1 is a
proposal that any owner of silrer
bullion shall be authorized by law to
take it to a Ua:ted States mint
and have coined and returned to
him one dollar for each 371.25
grains of silver, this dollar being a
legal tender for the payment of all
debts, public or private. The silver
in such a dollar would be worth, at
the present price, about 51 cents.
ONE ALABAMA IDEA.
"It is astonishing to see the ig
norance that prevails among some
people as to the meaning of the free
coinage movement," said W. P.
Saunders of Mobile, Ala., at the
"The editor of a country paper
down in Alabama tho other day
showed me a communication he had
received from one of his subscribers.
The correspondent urged that the
'mint for the free coinage of 6'ilver
for Know county' be located at Au
gusta, one of the ehief towns of the
count'. He strengthened his argu
ment by saying that Augusta had
the sidetracks and elevators necessa
ry for loading and unloading the
silver, and that it was the most ac
cessible point in the county, lie
admitted that there were certain
portions of the county that would
have to be reached by wagons, but
declared that the farmers could
easily haul their silver home iu that
manner until railroads were built.
He wound up his communication by
saying that he knew Augusta was
the proper place for the mint, and
he "would fight for its location
there." Lounger in Wash. Times.
The Confederate Reunion.
The scenes presented in Richmond
today will be such as the capital city
of the Confederacy has not before
witnessed in its history, and no man
is able to accurately describe them.
Of course it is known that there wM
be graud parades of the citizen sold
iery of the South and of the ex
Confederate veterans, enlivened by
martial music. It is also known that
there will be a great display of Hags
and bunting, and that the city gen
erally will bo in holiday attire, but
there will be scenes enacted which
are not put down on the program,
so to speak, and it is these which
make the gathering, or rather the
reunion, the more interesting. The
reunion will give tho old soldiers an
opportunity to meet friends whom
they have not seen since the fall of
the Confederacy many of whom are
no doubt believed to be lost. It will
give many who underwent the hard
ships of the field an opportunity to
recall that life, aud there will be
meetings of joy and of sorrow which
no man can fully measure and
It will only be those who partici
ticipate who will be able to fully
measure up the feelings of such
meetings. There will be clasps of
hands and heart throbs, and there
will be rejoicings mingled with tears.
Many who meet today have not met
for thirty years or more, and will
not meet again. Before another
reunion of the old brigades the- roll
call for many will be made and
answered on the other side of "the
The ex-Confederate reunion means
more than a simple gathering of men.
Apart from the pleasure which will
be afforded the veterans in meeting
old comrades, thev assemble to do
honor to the dead chieftain of the
Confederacy by laying a cornerstone
for a monument to perpetuate his
memory, and to settle the question
of locating the great "Battle Abbey
of the South. Besides there are to
be many things done for the welfare
of the veterans, collectively and
individually, and the Virginian bids
them God speed in all they may do.
July 2. Norfolk lrginian.
In Partnership With a Ghost.
"The most practical belief in
ghosts I ever knew," says A. P.
Drennan of Chicago as the National,
is that of a customer of mine at
ekin. 111. The firm is the leading
one in the town handling agricul
tural implements and wagons. The
business is transacted under the
name of T. & II. Smith. I sold them
several bills, and on one of my trips
.Mr. II. Smith, with whom I always
dealt, said that he would confer with
his brother that night a'a to a matter
of business. I returned to the hotel
and happened to mention that I was
detained 111 order that t tie brothers
could confer. To my astonishment,
I learned that Theis Smith, to whom
the matter was roferred, had been
dead 2 years, but was supposed to
return every night and conduct the
business. In case of any doubt in the
mind of the living brother, he goes
to the oihee and comers with the
spirit of his departed brother. The
profits of the business are divided
the same as they were before the
death of the senior brother." Wash
1V. t. L. S't-;u-it, Kdil-jr Jort'nuK
Acw Hu tu , A. ('.
The first copy of the Journal I
have seen, siio'e it came into the
hands of its present management, is
before me. It was hardly recognized
in its new dress. J
To accurately describe the vast1
improvement, made, would bo toj
infringe upon the patented compli
mentary phrases of that flowery
language manipulator of Wijson,
who sometimes lectures "Beyond
the Alps,'' aJid often gazes in the
Mirror at the reflection of "fascina
tingly charming girls with bewitch
Recently my attention has been
attracted by tho tin morons articles
being copied from the JoritXAL by
Northern as well as home papers.
In last, Sunday's Washington,
(D. C.) Times there were only two
articles copied from Southern
papers. One of these was on "the
literary page and credited to the
New Berne Joukxal. Only a few
days ago the New York Journal,
which is now by far the best paper
in the metropolis, and contains less
reprint than any other, copied an
article from the New Berne Jour
nal putting it upon the editorial
page. About two weeks ago tho
Boston Globe commented on an edi
torial in the JornxAL.
To publish a paper whose articles
are meritorious enough to attract
the attention of other journals, as
well as the public, is highly praise
worthy. It is a matter over which any
editor should feel elated, especially
one in the South, for Northern edi
tors do not carefully read Southern
If the Journal's rapid strides of
to-day, art to be taken as a crite
rion of its future prosperity, I pre
dict a bri$5nt and lengthy career.
Every person in Eastern Carolina
should read it. Surely its cheap
enough. H. M. 11.
Wlio A re Democrats ?
Not many evenings ago the Even
ing Despatch of Wilmington, N. C,
edited by Chas. L. Gaskill, late of
The Courier of New Berne, asked,
"What ia he politics of the New
Berne Journal r' We in return
would like to know what is the poli
tics of the Despatch ? When the
present editor took charge his edi
torial in no uncertain words stated
that its policy would be democratic.
That for the State to go Republican
would place it in incompetent
hands, aud that the Populists were
prone to vagaries. Yet in less than
a month, what do we behold four
fifths of the reading matter in the
Despatch of the 29th ult. is devoted
to propagating Populism, defending
Populism, and eulogizing the ajjostle
of Populism, who had the audacity
to slander the great Democratic
Convention just adjourned by stat
ing that the 31 gold delegates con
trolled and shaped the policy of the
S72 silver delegates.
And now why has this great
change taken place ? Is the Des
patch a chameleon ? Did riding in
a carriage down to the Sound with
the Senator from N. C, on last
Friday, give the Despatch the Pop
ulistic colors with which it has been
so resplendent since then ?
Possilrt' the editor has visions of
a 60ft sniwjisthe Mecca which all
reformers are striving so hard to
enter. Wonder if he gets it, will it
do the owner of the Despatch any
good, the man who has the dollars
in it ? Brother, watch your sub
Again we would most respectfully
ask, What is the politics of the
Despatch ? "God Almighty hates
a Quitter," but he despises a Flop
per. What is the editor of the
Despatch, a fiopper ? or just an old-
fashion "Vind jammer," or both ?
The Jon:NAi. is supporting the
Democratic State ticket, whatever
its politics may be. Is the Despatch :
THE BII.TIVIORE HERD.
A Valuable Consignment of
Last week a special train from
Salisbury brought 11 head of Jer
seys, selected from the herd of Capt.
E. B. C. Hambley, Rockwell Park
stock farm, by G. F. Weston, farm
superintendent of the Biltmore es
tate. This collection of registered jer
seys has for some time been recog
nized by experts as among the finest
in America, both lor royal breeding
and individual performance at the
pail and churn.
Included in the purchase are all
the cows at Rockwell which have
stood tests showing a yield of from
14 to 21 pounds of butter a week,
many prize winners, and daughters
of such noted animals as Jersey
King, Oonans Tormentor, Ida's
Pioter of St. Lambert, Odelio, Bess
Pogis of Prospect and a large rep
resentation of the Lowndes fam
ily, which are noted for being
unusually persistent milkers, giving
from ;,000 to 8,000 pounds of milk
This makes seven carloads added
to the Biltmore herd so far thia
year, and The Citizen is informed
that even with so large an increase
the dairy cannot keep pace with the
home demand for butter and milk.
As the prices of this milk and butter
are much above the market it may
be inferred that the people of Ashe
ville appreciate and are willing to
pay for a good thing. Asheville
lii"-s or vcry One.
Ilcimagei;, a Roumanian country
town of 1200 inhabitants, holds its
annual fair 011 t he feast of St. Theo
dore. On this occasion the place
swarms with newly-wedded brides
from GO or 80 villages in the district;
widows who have taken .fresh hus
bands remain at home. The young
women, in festive attire and gener
ally attended by their mothers-in-law,
carry jugs of wine enwreathed
with flowers in their hands. They
kiss everyone they meet, aud after
ward present the jug to his lips for
a "nip." The individual thus
regaled bestows a small gift on the
fair Cybele. Not to partako of the
proffered wine is regarded as an
insult to the young wife and her
She is, therefore, reserved toward
strangers, and only kisses those
whom she thinks likely to taste her
wine. The kissing is carried on
everywhere in the streets, in the
taverns and in private houses.
The origin of this cubtom is veiled
in obscurity. Some say that it
dates back to the time when the
Turks made frequent raids into
Transylvania and carried away all
the young women they could lay
their hands on. Such of them ' as
contrived to escape from captivity,
happening to return to Helmageu at
the time of the fair, kissed their
friends and relatives, and even
strangers, who congratulated them
on their wonderful deliverance
New York Recorder.
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would have to be enlarged.
Successful for years, Dr. Le Brun's G.
& G. Cure three days. No bad effects.
One Dollar, at store or by mail. For sale
by iT. d. Dully.
What some people know would
fill a book and what they don't
know would fill a library.
Get genuine Dr. Le Brun's S. & P. Pills
for ladies. Sold only by authorized agents.
One Dollar, at store or my mail. For sale
Half the people in the world are
working the other half for chumps,
ann. making it pay.
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain
Treatment i9 gu-irantet.fi to cure any case
or nervous debility of whatever cause,
Six months course with guarantee, $5,
At store or by mail. For sale by F. S.
Egotism makes a man believe the
world thinks as much of him as he
thinks of himself.
wanted me uniortuna!e to Know
that Dr. Le Brun's G. &. G. Cure will
.i , , ,v t . ,,
by mail, i or sale by F. S. Duffy.
Tho man who never forgets any
thing, naver forgets to boast of it to
every one he meets.
Ladies, despair not. Dr. Le Brun's S.
& P. Pills sine cure. One Dollar; at
stoie or by mail. For sale at F. S. Duf
The reason most people give ad
vice so ireely is because they are
inxious to get nd of it.
For seveutteu ears Dr. K. C. West'."
Nerve and Bruin 1 reatment has worked
wondrrs for the 8cV, ua'.e, nervous, de
bilitated nun and women of this country.
f 1 per box; six tor . ror sale ty r. ft.
The man who is willing to do as
le would be done by, always wants
to bo done by first.
You will not b'; disappointed in Dr.
Le Brim's G. & G. Cure. No bid effects,
no diet; three (lavs. One Do lar, at
store or by mai'. For snle at F. f. Duf
Nothing hurts a man like pinning
f ai tli to a wrong idea and being
scratch by the pm.
D.)liciite ladies take trreat restorative.
Dr. Le Brun's 8. & P: Pills. One Dollar,
at srore or bv mail. For sale by F. S.
Duffy. " t
We never know what wo can do
till we try, and then we frequently
und that we can t.
Be a man. Tuke Dr. E. C. West's
Nerve and liraiu Treatment. Ic restores
manly viijor. (ruaranteed to cure. 1
per box, six for For sale at F. S Duf.
Nine out of ten men who boooinos
thoroughly contented, have outlived
No publicity. ScnJ your dollar by mail
and get a box of Dr. Le Biuu's G. & G.
Cure. Cures in three days. Never fails.
For srle by F. S. Duffy.
When a man knows his duty, lie
avoids doing it by asking advice.
Dr. Le Brun's S. & P. Fills, the only
French; tor ladies. One Dollar, at store
or by mail. For sale by F. S. Duffy.
I want every man and woman in the United
States interested in the Opinm and Whisky
habits to have one of my books on these dis
eases. Address 15. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ga.,
Box 382, and one will be sent you tree.
f-'OU THE HKAM.Vti OK THK RATIONS If.
DotanlG Blood Balm
h TIIK VULlffifrilKKII KKflKUr
fj All Skin and Blood Diseases
.It purifies, builds up and enriches
the blood, ana never fails
to cure the most inveterate
BI.OOD AND SKIN DIS
EASES, if directions are tol
lowed. Thousands of grate
ful people sound its praises
and attest its virtues.
E-WRITE for Book of Won
derful Cures, sent free on ap
plication. If not kept by your local druggist,
send $1.00 for large bottle, or $5-000
i for six bottles, and medicine will be
I sent, freight paid, by
BLOOD BALW CO., Atlanta, Ga.
for Sale bv F. S Duffy.
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS,
Is sold under positive Written Onarantee,
by aut horized HRfint only, to cum Weak Memory,
Dizziness, Wakefulness, Fits, Hysteria, Quick
ness, Niffht Losses, Kvil Dreams, lack of (Jonfi
deuce. Nervousness, Lassitude, oil Drains, Youth
ful Errors, or Excessivo U? of Tobacco, Opium,
or Liquor, which leads to Misery, ( onsumption.
Insanity and Death. At store or by mail, $1 a
box; six for (5; with written jrnarantee to
cure or refund money. Hnmple paek
age, containing fjve days treatment, witlf nil
instructions, 25 cents. One eamulo only soia to
eacn person. At store or by mail.
dfRed Label Special
For Irapotency, Loss of
Power. Lost Manhood.
,$1 a box; six for $5, with
ii frtrf in 91) flH vs. At Htorar?
SBPORtor by mail.
F. S. Duffy,
Berne, N. C.
Solo Agerft, New
Splendid curative aoent for Iforvoas or Siak
Upeoinl or genernl Neuralgia: also for Kheo-
Headache, it ruin ixhmiBtion. Hleepieflsnem,
mfuism, Uout, Kidney Innortlers, Acid ur
pepeia, An&iniu. Antidote for Alcohollo
and other exoesues. Trice, 10, 25 and 60 cento.
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
151 S. Western Avenue, CHICAGO.
F. S. Duffy, Sole Agent, New
Berne, N. 0.
OR. FELIX LE BRUN'S
Steele Pennyroyal Pills
are the original and only
FKENCH, safe and reliable out
' on the market. Price, $1.00; sent
t by mail. Genuine sold only by
F. S. Dufey, Sole Agent, New
Berne, N. C.
I C BDHtl'e FOR EITHER SEX.
LE DtlUN OThiN remedy being In
jected aireetly t we
seat of those dleanea
of the Ctenlto-Unnary
Organs, requires no
ehang-e of diet. Cart
naranteed In 1 to 8
daya. Small plain pack
age, by mall, 81.00.
Hold only by
F. S. Duffy, ;Sole Agent, New
Berne, N. C.
When Haby was Bick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla
thliaren T0f TltCnerS UaSIOria.
I tf t n r !" i f .t
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
P ' r. pIU. r,ow!o'
Children Cry for Pitchers Castona.
SUPPOSITORIES, Capsales of Ointment and
A T9aw and PnmntAfA TrAfitTrrimt. emtaiatinir ft
everr nature and rtearee. It muKea an operation wkj
Boxem oi umtment. a never Tailing uara ror rum
tae snite or injection, ot earoono acid, wmc" cr
tain fnl and Mldorn a Dermsment core, and often T
.ltinjr in death, unnecesearr. Whw" endure tfirti
terrible disease? We guarantee 6 boxe
oeived. $1 aboi.Cforfi Sent by mail.
to fiurn nnv rm. Yon onlv nav for benenta re
JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT, 25c. a Box
pnfclGTID ATlflMCured. Plies Prevented,
1 ,rM 1 ,u"bJapineeLivorPMt j
I the great LIVER nd BTOMACH ItEGCLATOR aut
take, especially adapted for children's use. 60 IVm
F. S. DUFFY,
Berne, N. C.
lor Eoraes, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs. Eogt
000 Page Hook on Treatment of Ani
aud Chart Sent Free.
Cubes ( Fevere.Cenirest Ions. In 11 ammntt..
A.A.iDinal dleolniritlB. Milk FeTrr.
B.B. btrnlna, Lameness, Ruennutia
r.i;.liutcinper, naaal in charge.
D. D. Bote or Grab, Worms.
E. E."Coni):tia, Heaves, Pneumonia
F. F. ( olio or iripe. Bellyache.
CO. Miscarriage, Ilemorrharea.
II. H I'rlnary o ad Kidney Diaeaaeev
i.I. Ernptire Diseases, Manre.
K. Diseases of Digestion, Fara?r .
Single Bottle (over SO doses),
tsble Case, with Spectflcs, Man mil.
Veterinary Cure Oil and Med lea tor. 87 i
Jar Veterinary Car e Oil. - - l.VV
BoM by Pi agflalu ar aaat prepaid aaywaan as4 la aa
jaanuiy a rcei a pnae.
RCHFHBOTS'UD.CO., Ill A MaWtmaa Si., 1U
klnrvniin riohilitv vital Uonlnoi
In tuai an vAapm ThA atiVv tTifirjaMfn I rem.
IICIIUUO UGUIllllf IIIUI IIGUIWiGtfV)
snd Prostration, from over-work or other caiisea
1 par vial, or fi ylala and larga vml powder, for A&
Sold by DracicUU, or .nt pu.tp.ld on r-elt ' prLw
fiCHPHBETS' BKD. CO.. Ill a 1 It Wllliu He. k.. 1. -
N0 SLEEPLESS NESS CUPVE5
VIGOR OF MEN
Carily, Qulckjy, Permanently Renr"fti;
MAGNETIC NERVINE ir,:7.
cure wpfikneeseR, Nervous iVbihf arl tiV
evils from eRrly or later oxcchhcb, tho rfrinitn
overwork, worry, pii-kiipes, otr. J-iill jir,,,.K
tono nnd development iriv ni to everv uri:nr r
portion of th' om!. Iuii-rovpnioiit iiT".miintie
been from the lirt-t hoj;. J IiouwukIh f iMr-
prnise on filo in our office. Can be ftiTiec. if
vest pwket. bent by mnil to nny ftddnt-e a
receipt of price. Oii"month'streHtmuit mach
box. Price $1.00, rt boxes, f Fi 00, with Wnttoi
Guarantee to refund money if not cured, tief
to ut for the Genuine. Circular. Free,
F.I S. DUFFY, Druggist, New
Berne, N. C.
THE AG If
("tires in 1 tn 4 Jayw. Itn
mediate in rtTe'-t ; quiok tr.
cum. t nn he c(irno in vert
pocket, ftll coinr)let in oni
email package. Bout by mail, Teiuu!, pinii
lackago, on receipt of jineo. f 1 poi box
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist, New
Berne N. C,
FINANCIAL UOCSLS r
J. A. OTA j C03. DAVXZL8, ' -President,
; - - Tlc PrM. ,
0. H. BOBISTS. Qulil tr. .
Tup MATIAMAI ft A f J If
Or NKW BKKNK, M. C V :
Surplus Profits, 98,168,
Jas. A. Rryan,
Oh ah. 8. liar an,
Q. H. KOBKMT8.
THOS. tAK'BUL ':.
J. H. IIACKBUBJI
U H AMTBT Z .
K. K. liquor.
Farmers & Merchants
Capital Stock, pa 14 la,.
1 .. 1.4 .4 DMff. .
OFFICEH8: ? ' .";
L. H. Cdti.rr, Prealdent.
W. 8. Ciiadwicil, Vice Pre.
T. W. Pcwcr, Caauler.
A. H. Powkix, Tellor, ,
K. r. Matthews, Collector.
With well establuibad connection, thlt
Rank la prepared to offer all aooommoda
tlons conultitent with oonervatlv banting.
Promj)t and careful attention (Ivan to oui
1 oct lona. We will be pleaaod to eorraapoad
with tboao who may contemplate KiakJiis
chan Ke or openln now aooounta.
THOi. A. OsiM.Prea. Wm. DUM .Vlee-Fra
H. M. Qkoter, CathlttTi . ,
OF NarW BJUBIT3D, O. v, .
DO A GENERAL BiNUSO BOIIIJCM
The AcoonnU ot Banks, Bankers, Corpor
ations, Kamiera. Merchant, and other re
ontTvil on favorable tertna. rotnpt and ear '
ful attention given to the IntMir.t ot oarea
totner.. Collection a epeelalt.
BOA ID or DIKaOTOR.
Ferdinand Ulrlch, K. II. Meadowa,
J. a. Meadow, Chad. DuiTt. Jr. r '
Samuel W. Ipock, Jamu Hedmond, o
Chan. II. Fowler, Ch ttelaeaatela, ;
William Dunn, Mayer Habit, ,
E. W. Hmallwood, Tbma A. Urea.
Geo. N.Irea, U.K. ror. J
W. I". CroekatU .
5 Per Gent.
mm m m mwm w m a - y
oo Jter Cent
Guaranteed to all Investors oil;
InvflofmAnfi VtAtli lata anil
small when made with ".
mrm utiTrr Tnrnr Tuntwrsr? rora
r ro iters in V
? . . a
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN, AND
tu OL til DIUaUYVaJ,
New York City;
P. B. People wbo desire to bare
a steady and sore income on a
small or large investment, send
for oar explanatory circular, mail
ed free. my 18 6m "?
We have Some
STYLES LKKT IH
.CJUlgAUl UUW DUUUBt,
uxioru'H ana scrap oanaais. -
ana a.iuu llno4ol tils
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES; n'
t3F"Lato style Ladle Collar! s 8peo .
ially. " ,
We will clone out our large Una of.
Men s, Boys and Youth's ClotldDtf Cat a
icr Travs a Soociaitv. v
Give us a call.
W. B. Swindell & Co.
Direct 'rora theMUU aCaref tha
BEST ON EARTH.
& COLD MEDAL FLOUR
I also have the largest and best saleeted
In tDw-n; bought cheap and will be aold at
at Itoefc Bottom "'rices.
My sto rk in complete ; my prices ara at ow
as tho lowost.
TO MY COUNTRY FRIENDS
My 8tablcs are tree, au.l yoor barncM
an 1 team taken caru of while orj
In the city. Yon will ilo wall to ara
me before buying olsewhara.
Thanking my many triemls for tliatr past
lavors and truHtliiK to receive your lutora
patronage I am
J. R. P
; IJKOAD STREET.
W. H. & R. S.
TUCKER & CO
Raleigh, N. C.
We det-ire ilmn to formally ndvif Unit
nir I iics-H-iM iK 1112 Department )h now
kIv t" ii( copt lit'lprH liu Mul-Mimiiirr
Dies-is si 1 1 I WniuiH lm ti'in HWny to
MoiiiitHins or Sen s I wire, or oiber Hu miner
We tielieve it is'acknowlelimd that thin
Dcpnriincnt, under Hie SuiKirvihion oi
Mr. ('bus. K. Shaw, munaer. nnd Mrs.
K. M. Cautliorne, diHipncr, makes Uowna
econd to none in America, an lo correct
ness of design, fctylmli arrangement and
c.omtdit in wearing.
We respectfully solicit your immedl-
nte orders, ho um to liuve tiniH allowed u
to properly prepare designs, tic.
W. H. & R. S.
Tucker & Co.
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