An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Stbup or Fioft, manufactured by the
CixirosiriA Fie Svbcp Co., illustrate
the valueof obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
Sntly yet prMnptly and er.ibling one
overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and Bub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, bat the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the CAuroRKiA."Fio Syrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remomber the full name of the Company
printed on the frout of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 'CO.
SAN FRAHCISCO, CAL.
XiOtnsvtLi.1:, sr. kw yobs. n. t.
Forssle uyv.!l Drujrjists. Price 60o. per bottlo.
New Bern, N. C, Jan. 11, 1902.
FOR SALE High grade bicycle. Will
sell cheap. Address, Box 75, New Bern,
FOR SALE A good horse and baggy.
The horse is ten years old, and Is a good
traveler, will work on farm or zoad. A
good Bargain, Cheap. Apply to W. A.
WilBon, Dover, N. C:
MAKE MONEY -This Is no Yankee
trick, but honest profitable employment
at your home, no peddling no canvassing
For particulars send self addressed
stamped envelope to J. H. C. Atkinson,
FISH DEALERS MEET.
Resolutions Regarding1 Rates Given to
The fish dealers of New Bern, More
head City and Beaufort meet in New Bern
N. C, January 13th, 1903, to consider
matters pertaining to the successful
prosecutive extension of their business.
Many matters were discussed hut all
agreed that their efforts were handicap
ped by the discrimination in freights,
via, the Southern Express Company.
Rates from competing points by this
company being lower than those given
the points represented by dealers pres
ent The following resolution was unani
"Whereas, the rates of freight given
the fish dealers of other points on fish
and oysters are lower than those given
to us, thereby necessitating the purchase
of fish and oysters by ns, or necessitat
ing the sale at less price in order to
meet competion from other points, there
fore be It
"Resolved, That the matter of freights
be brought to the notice of the Southern
Express Company, and a demand made
that the same rate be given to ns
as are given other points in the
Southern Express Company's ;territory,
thus enabling us to meet competition on
an equitable basis, That if after thirty
days this request is not granted, then an
effort be made to obtain these rates
through the Railroad Commission.
That a copy of these resolutions be giv
en the New Bern Joubnal, the News &
Observer and the Coaster of Morehead.
Bradham's Anti-Billions Liver mis
should be In every house. They are of
. ten needed. Always handy and invaria
bly beneficial. " Safe, easy and. sure.
Large boxes 25c. Sample, 6 pllla for Sc.
Rip Van Winkle.
The J. H. Thome Dramatic Company
presented the wellknown play of Rip
Van Winklejat the Opera douse, last
night to a fair sized audience. ' "
Mr. Thome in the leading part of Rip
. and Miss Bbnnle Meyer, as Gretchen,
gave an excellent interpretation of their
parts, and were liberally applauded.
The lame company will play again to
night, giving a farce comedy entitled
Uncle Stephen's Legacy,
If your child Is ailing, you may find
that Carolina Worm Killer is just -what
they need. Anyway it can do no harm,
but always does good. 25c. at Brad
ham's. If your children have Croup, Whoop
ing Conga or a simple Cough, Anwsy's
Croup Syrup will certainly relieve them
It Is about the only re medy prepared ex
clnsively. for Croup and Children'
Coughs and we unhesitatingly recom
mend it as the best. Many use and praise
it. We guarantee It. Price 25c Sold
at Henry's Pharmacy, Davis' Pharmacy,
and Bradham's Pharmacy.
Decs not effect the
l;"'3d.L!rcrent fromotlier .
r-T-, t-t ill T"TT""TTC
. . j t 11 Lu LikuuiiiiJlOi ,
TOO MINT DEER.
A Bunch ofRlneCct Away. Records eT There wer plenty of oysters la the
Successful Hunting. ' market again yesterday and a big fleet of
Bwansboro, Jan. 11-WeU, out holl-!00 " market dock,
days are over and most of ns teve set- ( A car load of horses has been received
lied down to facta and fig ares, some are by Mr. J. M. Arnold at h's Broad street
clamming, soma are Ashing, some are
teaching school, some are preparing to
farm, others are trying to sell their
rood, wares and merchandise, while
some are grieving over the money they
spent, and a few are yet walling for
something to turn op for benefit, by
hunting deer, dncks and coon.
About thirteen deer have been killed
nearby in the last two weeks; on Tues
dar and Wednesday last. 7th and 8th
InsUreeerfT U Woodhnll and G W
Ward and Rev. C B Paul and IN Hen
derson went on a deer drive In the coun
try to the hospitable home of Mr Sol
Gornto and nephew, Sol C HewetC near
New river, they started seventeen deer,
that la their doga did. killed three and
wounded the fourth, Friend Gornto don't
allow every body to hunt on his land,
consequently the deer are very numer
oas as yon will see.
Nine deer In one bunch were jumped
and these fan out to Bro. Henderson
and stopped in less than forty yards of
him, Bro. Ike, though being considered
the best hunter In the county, was so
taken by surprise at seeing to many
goats, as he said he first thought they
were,' that he forgot to shoot, and let the
whole nine deer run off without a shot.
Now Bro. Ike says he never will stop to
count deer any more before shooting,
and don't want any one to mention nine
deer to him again. Only the week be
fore he had shot and killed 5 out of 6
deer, a little while after this, next morn
ing, another bunch of 5 of 7 were jump
ed and these ran to Bro. Paul, who
promptly ihot two deer and wounded a
third, he thinks fatally; now Bro. Char
lie did not stop to count before shooting
and knows there were at least S, S, 7 or
more in the lot if no more; another one
or two were jumped in the evening and
ran by Bro. Timothy, who had only a
single barrel 6 shot Winchester gun, but
Tim was quick and a good shot too, and
he shot that buck three times In almost
as many seconds, hitting the deer on
both sides. This wsb the best shot we
ever saw we think; you bet Tim got that
G. W. Ward and Sol. C. Hewett got a
gcod shot each, but failed to bag theirs
In consequence of just missing where
the others hit. Rev. Ike, was the only
one who failed to get a shot, and all be
cause he wouldn't shoot 9 deer at one
time. W. E. Ketcham, W. N. Rouse,
Allen Conway, and one or two others,
names not remembered, killed one each
during the week. Conway caught his in
White Oak river, and a man, who said
he owned the dogs that ran that deer,
came ana claimed me sain, saying it
was unlawful to catch deer after they
got in the water, but would hot report
him upon receipt of the hide. Wasn't
that funny? There is no such law for
White Oak river, If there had been, the
deer hide wouldn't have settled it, and
according to cuBtom, the killer of the
deer gets the hide, anyway, but such Is
Mr. J. F. Prettyman of your city, has
been in our Berg several days looking
after the interest of his Lumber Co., and
says look out ye "Swansborians" for the
whistle of the Railroad Engine. She's
bound to come soon.
H. Y. Z.
Closed by Order of Court.
a. Coplon, formerly a merchant on
lower Middle street, moved to Durham
and opened a store there a year or two
ago. By an order of Judge Purnell last
week the store was closed upon the rep
resentatlon of creditors in Baltimore
Mr. Coplon is called to appear before
Judge Purnell at Raleigh. January 18th
and show cause why he should not be
McDuffle's witch Hazel Foot Healer is
one of the finest baby powders known,
cures prickly heat and gives Instant re
lief. 25 cents at F. 8. Duffy's.
Rural Delivery Petition.
A petition is being circulated asking
the Post Office Department to establish
an additional Rural Free Delivery route
In Crayen county, there being three
routes now in operation. The route
aBked for in the petition would go by
the Neuse road to Bella ir, then to Lima
and Jasper, and returning would pass
The Oaks, making a circuit of 23, miles.
The route would be especially conven
ient for truckers and farmers near this
Involuntary Petition in Bankruptcy.
An Involuntary petition in Bankruptcy
was filed In the District Court Saturday
by Rodman and Rodman, of Washing
ton, N. C. Attorneys for the petitioning
creditors against J. L. Starkey and Bro.
merchants of Greenville, N. C.
Civil Service Catalogue.
The U.S. Civil Service Commission
will hold examinations at several place
in each State during March and April,
to secure young men and women for the
government service. 9,889 persons se
cured positions last year through these
examinations. Probably 10,000 appoint
ments are for life, and for most positions
only a common school education is re
quired.': Salaries at appointment vary
from $660 to $1200 a year with liberal
promotions afterward. Politics is not
considered. There is less competition
In the Bouthern States than in other
parts of the country. This affords a
good opportunity for people between
16 and 45 years of age. Those'lTesirlng
places of this kind can get full informa
tion about them, free, by writing to the
Columbian Correspondence College,
Washington, D. C, and asking for its
Civil Service catalogue, number three.
IROUND AKD ABOUT.
I stable. They are fine animal. ,
Flak were in fair supply yesterday for
jibe retail traC mainly mullet. Only
one ansa ii reported to rave iwen seen a
white shad, caught some daya ago.
The Life Insurance Company of Ylr
ginla baa established a branch office of
the company at Klnston. Mr. R. J. Dls
osway will be the agent and left yester
day to take charge of the office.
The floor of the cotton exchange-Is
being relaid. It was badly bulged op by
being covered with water, which occur
red during the big tide two years ago
when ao great damage was done on the
water front. '
The tng Wlnthrop brought in a tow
of bargea yesterday morning and attract
ed some attention. The tug waa com
pletely covered forward with a coating
of ice and looked like a boat coming into
some Northern port.
There waa a sheet of ice fringing the
river banks yesterda) morning. The
mlnlmnm thermometer was 21 degrees.
The previous lowest record this year was
IS degrees on December 22nd. There
was less ice then as the river water had
not become chilled at that time. -
Gates should always be swung so as to
open on the Inside and gates that swing
across the sidewalk are especially dan
gerous in the absence of street lights, A
citizen complained yesterday of walking
Into a gate that was open the night
before and quite severely injuring him
self. An alarm of fire from box 56 at 10:40
o'clock last night was due to a
burning chimney in the building
occupied by Mrs McSorley on Pol
lock street near Middle. No damage
An alarm from box '47 at 11:15 o'clock
was a false alarm.
The maDy friends of ' Mr. and Mrs. T.
G. Hyman were rejoiced to hear yester
day that tbeir two year old daughter
Laura was better. The child is suffering
from diphtheria which developed last
Friday. On account of the loss which
the family lately suffered from the same
disease, much sympathy is felt and hope
that the danger will be safely passed.
Tho Cyclists' Touring Club of Eng
and has appointed Mr. A. E. Stevens
their Consul for Eastern Carolina. This
organization has a membership of over
fifty thousand and is represented in all
the conn ries of the world. Those con.
templatlng a trip abroad will do well to
join this club and make the grand tour
on their wheels. Information will be
furnished by Mr. Stevens.
The "North Carolina Year Book",
published by tho Raleigh News and Ob
server, will be found a valuable book of
reference. It Is arranged so aa to give
the Information by counties. Mr. C. J.
Rivenbark Is In the city and will begin
the distributioji-ef'Tne books to pur-
chaserstbls morning. The price is
placed at the low sum of one dollar. A
late map of the State is contained in the
The cutter Boutwell returned yester
daynoon from a cruise down the river
and in the sounds.
Mr. E. H. Barnum has been employed
as time keeper at the A. & N. C. railroad
shops and Is considered a very reliable
man for all clerical work.
Mr. J. W. Smallwood has taken a po
sition as book keeper at the Oaki Mar
ket, Mr. S. H. Lane having resumed his
former position with M. Hahn & Son.
The high winds caused a good deal of
dust on the streets yesterday and a rain
is needed. The country roads are dry,
the last rain recorded being Dec 80th, a
few drops fell yesterday.
Lower Middle street was pretty well
crowded yesterday. There were good
oyster receipts during the week and re
talldealeri say they have fine stock for
sale over their counters.
The new fence, which it was noted
some time ago would be built around the
A. & N. C. railroad property, is now
under construction. The fence runs
along Pasteur street and encloses the
side as well as the main track,
The track farmers are preparing their
lands for spring crops. The fields with'
in a short time ago wefe covered with a
dense growth of cotton, are now In many
cases completely transformed, having
upon them rows of young cabbage
plants. : '
The office in "d ectors' row" lately oo
cupied aa a small restaurant. Is being
fitted for an insurance office and will be
ocenpted by Mr. W. B. Allen represent
ing the Prudential Life Insurance Com
pany. The property belongs to Mr, A. H
The loud megaphone caused a good
deal of a noise on the street last night.
It was sounded by the J as. H. Thome
Dramatic Company, advertising "In
thunder tones" that prices of seats at
the Opera House Monday and Tnesday
nights would be 10, 20, and 30 cents.
. Tobacco seed Is in demand now by
the farmers as the tune is close at hand
for planting the beds. Among those
who called at the Planters Warehouse
for seed waa Mr. 8. 8. Waters of Mays
vlile. Mr. Waters reports much Increased
Interest among growers of tobacco. He
was also In to see about hi fertili
The first shipments of material for the
new electrlo light plant, under contract
by Smith, Courtney & Co. of Richmond,
Va., are expected to arrive in a few'
daya. The many different articles re
quired are being gotten ready for ship
ment and the plant Is promised to be in
shape within the three months allowed
by the contract.
It Is likelv that a pood manv New
Eernlans will avail themselves of the
chance to visit Charleston during the
next three month. The fare la very
reasonable, being $7.53 for the round
trip. Leaving her in the morning the
arrival is made at Charleston about tl
o'clock that night and the return can
also bemads daring the day.
Mr. E. K. Bryan, Jr.. of Dublin, Ga
la having a residence built for his par
ent, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Bryan, on
Craven street neat to their former resi
dence. Mr. Bryan waa here a few days
ago and let the contract The founda
tion Is being laid and an Interesting de
tail la that the "corner atone" waa laid
by IS of the rrand-chlldren, eleven of
them each laying a brick and two absent
ones each laying one by "proxy.
OVERTOOK YOUNG PEOPLE.
The Result is a Suit Brought That 1$ of
A trial was begun before magistrate
8, R. Street yesterday and postponed on
til next Wednesday, that promises to be
of considerable Interest. The snlt was
brought bv Mr. 8. H. Scott on behalf of
his ion Fred Scott, against Messrs. W E
8tyron and Dwight Styron.
The account of the affair that led to
this suit Ii told as follow: Young Fred
Beott, 17 years of age, and Miss ln;z
Yaunch, a young Miss of 15 years of
age of Baltimore, who Is a neice of Mr.
W. K. Styron and on a visit in this city,
became fast friends, Miss Inez la de
scribed as a yjung girl of a merry and
somewhat romantic disposition and she
asked Fred to take her to a dance to be
given at Vanceboro Friday night. Fred's
brother, George, had gone to the dance
with a boy friend and Fred asked his
father if he also could have a horse and
buggy from his livery stable and ob
tained consent. Fred called for Miss
Inez at a neighbor's house where the
girl was waiting and at 7 o'clock they
started for Vanceboro by the Neuse
river road, intending to cross at Street's
Mr. Stryon heard that his neice had
gone on the trip, and it being without
his consent he strongly objected and a
hasty visit was made to livery stables
and at M. Hahn & Son's a fast team was
hired and hastily harnessed and pursuit
begun. Out near Streets' Ferry, which
is some 10 miles north of New Bern, the
pursued and pursuers came in sight of
each other. Fred saw that something
was up and whlpped.up to get out of
the way, but there was a broad river
ahead and one horse was no match for
two. The young couplo were fairly
ciught. Fred - was forced to descend
f-om the buggy and Mr. Styron proceed-
i d to "wear him out" with the buggy
whip. A pretty severe chastisement Is
said to have been given and some of the
.letails may be brought out at the trial.
All returned to this city and Fred re
lated his troubles at his home.
Yesterday, as stated, Mr, Scott
brought suit in behalf of his son and en
gsged Attorneys W. W. Clark and L. J.
Moore to prosecute it, and upon request
it was postponed. Miss Inez has return
ed to her Imuie in Baltimore.
Fyny-Balsam Stop the Tickling,
and quickly allays iuflammatlon is the throat.
New Repair Shop.
Messrs Atkinson and Blalock have
bought out the picture frame business
formerly conducted on Craven street by
S. B. Parker. The new proprietors will
continue the picture frame business and
will also conduct a furniture repair shop
and will add an upholstering depart
ment where the best grade of work will
Only Temporary Shutdown.
The Wallace Shoe Bouse was closed
for a short time yesterday on account of
a suit for debt brought by Mr. S. R. Ball,
representing a northern firm. A debt of
foS was due the firm and Mr. Ball
brought suit to recover his commission,
through his attorney, p. L. Ward. A
Judgment was rendered, but Mr. Wallace
claimed exemption under the homestead
law, and Messrs. M. M. Marks,' W.T.
Hill and T. Burke laid it off. It was
found that the property did not exceed
the exemption limit and the plaintiffs
were assessed the costs. The Wallace
Shoe Company resumed later In the day
and were doing business last night.
The Peruna Almanac.
The drugglsti have already been sup
plied with Peruna almanacs. There is
sure to be a great demand for these al
manacs on account of the articles on
astrology which bey contain. The sub
ject of astrology is a very attractive one
to most people. The articles on astrol
ogy in the Peruna almanac have been
furnished by a very competent ' astrolo-
gist, and the mental characteristics of
each sign is given, constituting almost a
complete horoscope. A list of lucky
and unlucky d&ys for each month are
given. There will be a great rush for
these books. Aik your druggist for one
early before they are gone,,
McDuffle's Little Bine Liver Fill makes
blue people bright, cleanses the system
of alt the deleterious and unhealthy mat
ter and makes a new person of you. 23
cents at F. S. Duffy's.
Suddenly, at his home la New York
City, RevT. G. Wall, D. D.
Many will remember Dr. Wall aa for
mer, pastor ot the Preabvterian church
In this city,
Wednesday Morntaf Jan. 15 th.
Starts by far the greatest bargajn sale
of Embroideries, Edging and Inverting
that we hare ever had on tale. Edging
and Inserting actually worth from 10c
to 40c per yard now at4c to 13c yard,
one case l7o9 yards to be sold arid we
expect every yard to be sold In two dai
at these prices. G.A.Bar foot.
granted fey Growers. Fanners go to
won. new Barns, rcr
tonals. Cum Branch, January 10. CbrUtmi
come and gone and the New Year bring
plenty of work, and the people have
gone at it "in dead earnest "
Some farmers around her have sold
out and hired out owing to the scarcity
and high price of feed, "Its hard times
Some time since some of my neigh
bors requested me to send their names
to The Planters Warehouse tor seed, etc
the house alio requested me to send
them, which I did, and the seed haven't
come, the farmers want their seed, what
Is the matter? If the names hain't
reached the house and th wan-boose
will send the seed to me, for farms of
4 acrea each, I will distribute them to
those who wish them.
There will be 5 new tobacco barns on
Gum Branch next season. We hope for
better times, the merchants now don't
want to furnish supplies with a claim
on the crop only.
More marriages a brewing, hope to be
able to report them soon.
Mr. J. T. Barber hs gone to Barbers,
Ga. He left last Monday to seek a bet
ter business, but don't know of what na
We wish him much success as he la dear
Mr. W. T. Cox has accepted a position
with Mr. L. D. Brapgs, the place left va
cant by Mr. Barber. We learn that Mr.
Bongs is well pleased with Mr. Cox.
Guano hauling hts begun already for
plant beds we presume. We want to
sow about the 20th.
Mr. J. N. Scott has moved to Dr.
Nicholson's plantation on Bachelor's
Mr. E. W Murrell has gone to Klnston
to carry Mrs. Lillian Murrell home from
a visit to our burg.
Mrs. Effle Harrell who spent Christ
mas at tills place has returned to Klns
ton where her husband Is engaged in the
We are haviug some beautiful weather
to work and we must keep at It.
Tobacco Seed For Farmers.
All persons wishing good tobacco seed
can get same by calling at Planters
Warehouse, New Beru, N. O.
Strong: in Musical Attractions.
Barlow and Wilson's Minstrels made
their annual appearance at Power'
Opera House to an excellent home. It
is a fact worthy of notice, that at each
successive trip of this famous organiza
tion vacant down stairs seats have been
few and far between. It follows that an
attraction able to fill that portion of the
theatre Is one of Intrinsic merit. The
musical portion was particularly strong.
The ballards of James Bsrardl, James
Leonard and Joseph McGralh were pret
ty renditions. Tho monologue work of
Barlow and Wllsm was very funny,
whllo tho popular (,'onroy and Murry
met with an ova'lnn that mut-t have
been exceedingly pleisnt to those
favorite comedian.'). Taken altogether
the Barlow and W'ileon show far sur
passes the usual mlnn'r.l attraction
Grand -Rapid Dally Democrat
C7 JX. t:
Ti-oi-'.fiKca HsjS Always BoujW
What are you wilting for, when every
one who has tried it, will tell you that
Bradham's Carolina Couuh Cure Is the
best you can buy ? Try It yourself,
For that head cold, get a bottle of
Bradham's Dime Catarrh Cure. It Is
warranted to glvorellef in one night or
money cheerfully refunded.
NEW BERN PRODUCE MARKET.
WHOLESALE l'RICEB CURRENT. :
Eggs, per doa..... .................. .20c
Chickens, old per pair.......,..50&60
young, porpr. ........ 25 & 40
Geese, per pair, .80 to 1.C0
Pork, per lb 6&7
Beef, " 0&6
Hides, green, per lb ......15
" dry, " S&ll
Beeswax, - 4 ............ 2 to 22
Sweet Potatoes, Yams, per bush. 40 to 60
" Bahamas ' '85
Corn, per bush ........ 80
Oati, " . ............65
Peanuts.... k ....80
. Local Grain Market
Com, per bu.. ....... $.80
Oats per bu. ...... ,V.
Meal, per bu..... ......
Corn bran, per bu .... .... ..
Wheat bran, per bu. .......
Feed, 100 lbs..:.'
Cotton seed meal, 100 lbi .... .
Cotton seed hulls, 100 lbs. ... .
Ship stuff ........... ......
No. 1 Timothy, per ton .
: Commencing January 1st, 1902,
I will offer my entire stock of
General Merchandise at and : ' .
. Below Cost
This is the chance of jour life to
secure some good bargains.
Terms Strictly Cash. No godfls
charge! daring this sale.
E. B. IIARGET,
Silver Dale, N. C.
I.ZD LADIES Of CUAUTY
If - . rrtnCBTO r
-"Bon Ton Corsete
Are worn by the best people the world over
The New Shape Straight IVosrt
. Theg arc StQsh and Arwaya Til
Ask merchant to order style selected
Buy no othT "Justs
Corset Co. "ST"
The Handsomest and Most Complete line of
Embroideries, Laces and Appliques
Swiss & Nansook, Embroidery Sets
to match, VaL and Torchon
Fver brought to New Bern, and they are the
CHEAPEST too. ,.
Examine for yovrself, If you don't find what
we say is trae, then don't bay.
100 Pieces A. F. C. Dress Ginghams they i
arc Beauties ONLY 100
47.49 PflTl.nCk STREET.
& r - m af
Winter Time Vehicles
are now to be considered. To all who
require the best, most adaptable, most
S radical, most comfortable and most
urable carriage for cold, stormy and
wet weather, we recommend our line ot
rockaways, surreys and top buggies,
50 to $100; two seated rockaways at
f 200 to $300. We nse only the very best
material in every department of our fac
tory, for the construction of only the
highest grade vehicles to be found on
the market.' Yon can depend on our
vehicles being up to now. We are first
hands for any kind of material for re
pairing and can save you money. ; Gee
us. x ours to please,
G. H. Waters & Son,
78 Broad St, Nkw Berk, If. P.
: Is now at its best Our stock ot
guns and ammunition is the finest ever
carried in the city. We have on hand a
few single barrel guns which will be
sold very low.-. A fine double barrel
hammerless gun with twist barrel for
Sco.uv, Everything will be sold low to
make room for the spring stock of
wii. t. muL,
Dealer in Bi0Tcut8,TFrBiAmiis, Epobtih
Goods, FHONOQaaras, Job Fbintih, .
Rubber Btamps, 8xu Pbecsss, A
l-?3 Middle St KEW EERlf,'K.
Notice Ii hereby given that at the
meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners for Craven county, N. C,
to be held on the first Monday of Febru
ary, YM2, L. M. Gilbert will make appli
cation for license to sell Hqaori u r
Section Seventy, of the Revenue Act of
North Carolina, passed by the General
Assembly of IS01; and that ("!.! ; .i
cant propose to carry on iaf.1 trn- uei
in the Fifth township, Crsvori r"niy.
L. 11. CiLl .f,
Dec. 20tb, 1901. '
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About 400 acres I nown rs the
D. W. Williams lands, and situated
near Clara's, eight mile west from
New Bern. Good buildings and
orchard, and about 150 acres cleared.
Will sell for one-third cash and
balance in flveXyears in deferred
For further particulars write to
"Hides Bros. Lite Co.,
. KINSTON, N. C.
I have a few Horses, Mule-,
Buggies and Farm Cartf, which
I hate taken in. Will be sold
low for Cash or on time.
It will be to jonr interest to
tea m before buying.
- J. W. STEWART.
A Commendable .
New Year's Resolution
that will surely be appreciated is
to obtain your grain and feed at 8pen
cer'a. Your stock will surely thrive to
your satisfaction, as our feed is of high
est quality clean, fresh and nutritious.
Feed $1.40, Bust Proof Oate 75c buiheL
lS&SlKarketDock, Few Eem, K. C'
R0::ULU3 A. NUNN, .
A'.crrry at Law,
ksw chut, Koran carolisa
Cmp: South Front Etreet, Oppossiff
Land fcr Sale