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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL
Published la Two 8toa1ij Tees
CHARLES U STEVEN 5j
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8il Montha... '!! W , w
Twelve Moatha. 1.00
ONLY IN ADYANCaV;
Advertising rates furnished bo ep
plicalioa at th office, or npo Inquiry
by Mail. . . -.
WTh Jousjiax U only Mat oa pey
' In-advance baaia. Subscriber will
receive notice of expiration of their tub
scrtotiona and an immediate reeponae to
notioe fd be appreciated by th
Entered at the Poatoffica, Mew Bera
t. CL aaaecond-elast matter.
Seetlea Oae, Taesdav, Aag. o, 109
WHICH SHALL PREVAIL?
The time la quickly drawing near
whan the question matt be decided at
to which la the greatest power, the
Trusts or Governments, the latter being
And thti Issue seems can only he de
termined by a conflict In which the
People mnit prove themselves the su
perior and controlling force.
The Trnat danger la no longer con
fined In thla country, for, ai the world's!
great basinets Interests are becoming
more closely allied, to most commercial
combine extend over the world where
cyer the Interest of each Is found.
The press Is now telling of the
"world's greatest trust," It being the
combination of the three monster oil In
terests of Rockefeller, Rothnchlld and
Nobel, which propose to control the
world's product, having given notice to
the Russian oil people that they mast
join or fight
This "greatest trust" has alarmed the
Russian government, which Is seeking
an anti-trust conference with other coun
tries, looking no doubt to the forming of
some means which shall protect the
Russian oil exporter's Interests.
Here Is a Trust, that has become in'
ternationai lu H scope, which proposes
to dictate to the oil consumers of the
In this particular matter of oil, It ia a
fearful menace to the people, which de
prives them of every power of action or
this most Important article of dally con
sumption. Tet In this country, very many other
necessities are thus controlled by Trusts,
to the harm of the consumer and the in
jury of trade.
It Is a very live question, this, as to
which shall prevail, the Trusts, a few
men feeding upon the needs of the
' masses, or the People whose Interests
are being absolutely governed by a few
NO CITY AND COUNTRY DI
In the march of twentieth century
progress, the old dividing line be
tween city and country, Is fast being re
Of course corporate limits confine or
make the boundaries of a municipality,
and beyond these stretches the country,
until tome other line of municipality it
Bat the dividing lute between, city
and country Is fast dissolving,, and be
coming purely imaginary or arbitrary
one. f. - -v ' l $: $ t
The reason for this it easily to be
' noted In the modern improvements jak
ing place.: ; Hfyll . sWi i
Paved roadways or macadamized hlgb-
.. ways, no longer belong to the city, ax-.
fdaslvely, for the country roads Jare
being constructed as finely si those rn
the cltlea, the one merging Into the
other, without any diitlngBiabing mark.
. Thlsplaces the city within, easy driv:
ing distance of the farmer, making his
communication a dally one with the city
instead of a weekly or monthly one, at
la times put ,
Them ia the matter of mall facilities,
with the free rural delivery, the farmer
finds hit daily mall at band, aa conven
ient at does the city resident, 'y I
To I farm' in th t day, does not bean
isolation or b abandonment of person
al or soclJ omf..ns, for the farmer bat
hit daily newspaper,, And other periodl-
cala u quickly aa does the city resident.
, The improved public .highway placet
Mm'- fr!tf!u; fiwy rsob, .of the i e!ty.
School! ' jkii tint?- i are'' 'n e-1jt
' of his house, and the -telephone plaeet
the farm house within call and speaking
C'-Unce of every portion of the city. -
: rirrs nrm v,ttj its
r i i') j- ax y-s
iJ of r i i, ltl :-'-g
- - - , -. .
a Joint circular leaned by the A. N. C,
R. R the Atlantic Coast Line aad the K.
CD. Lite, notifying all ahlppen that
their freight must be removed from th
custody of the above carrier wtUla
forty-eight hour after a eertala
time, or a storage charge would have
to be paid by the owner of the prop
Thla circular produced a mild panic
among local merchant who bad been
accuatotned to recetvlag oae and more
carload lota of goods, aad keeping the
tame hi the transportation companies
warehouses, taking out such portloat as
needed from time to time.
ThU charge for storage meant lose
buying, or the providing of store rooms
for the larger merchants.
Thla of course meant extra expense,
aad considerable trouble to merchants
to provide at once suitable and conveni
ent store room.
ThU circular waa a surprise to the
Jourxal, In that the Atlantic ft North
Carolina railroad company waa a party
to an agreement to Charge Its patrons
storage on goods in its warehouse, when
it was remembered that the A. A N. C
company in building its Trent river
warehouse, had publicly given its reason
for to building, that Its patrons might
have convenient storage room, and with
out any charge to them for the apace
This waa no less than bad faith on the
part of the A. A N. C. management. In
entering upon an agreement to charge
storage, when it had promised not to
But In this matter the Jocbxal Is glad
to say, that the A. A N. 0. management
within a very abort time has withdrawn
from the circular compact, and as can be
teen in another column of this paper, !
hat again restored storage room, free, at
before to Its patrons.
This It at it should be, for'whatever
rules the other transportation companies
may wish to prescribe as to their own
storage room, there Is no reason for the
A. A N. C. company to be bound to
break faith with its patrons, on a matter
which Is purely local In character.
If the A. ft N. C. management had
broken faith In this matter of storage,
what was Its patrons to expect of it, In
any future promise. That it has so
quickly reconsidered its unwise action,
Is a matter of congratulation for Its own
and aawell all other business interests in
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P, J. CHENKY . CO. ToWi n
We, the undersigned, have known F J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him pefectly honorable in all business
and financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their firm.
West ft .Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinhah ft Marvih, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure It taken Internally
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surface of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75a per bottle. Bold by
' Hall's Family Pills are the best. )
Aatlmltr f Clataa.
Glass, at for at research bat been
able to determine, was in use 2.00C
years before the birth- of Christ and
was even then not In Its Infancy. In
the state collection at the British mu
seum there It the bead of a lion mold
ed In glass bearing the name of an
Egyptian king ot the eleventh 6yna
ty. - . :
A Necessary Precaution.
Don't neglect a cold. It is worse than
unpleasant It ia dangerous. By using
One Minute Cough Cure you can cure it,
at once. Allay inflammation, clean the
bead, soothes and strengthens the mu
cous membrane. Cures coughs, croup
throat and lqng trouble. Absolutely safe
Acts Immediately. Children like it. F 8
Duffy : r , - f
f 'f Bis Beat Bate. .
Xhey wera discussing the amateur
theatricals of the previous evening,
and Thespis was bewailing the hard
luck .that bad brought on a violent
headache. And prevented his appear
knee f.-fr . v.
"Do you know, old boy," be said con
fidentially, "that waa to have been the
effort of ay Ufa I bad the lovecene
wn fine, and Mildred's heart must
v bees of atone if ahe failed to tee
1 1 waa in earnest I was willing
o stake everything on the result, for
waa confident she would accept me
the moment the curtain went down.
'And to think that my usual hard lock
would at ep. In Just when an my hopes
were about to be realised T
11 heard Mildred refer to your non
appearance," remarked Payer. :'
. "Ton did? And what did the tayr
?8ld you performed an act of char
ity by not, coming on."
: ' M atklabd, Fla, October 10th, 1901
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti
' Gentlemen: I have had Eczema over
thirty years, have tried many remedies
prescribed by vtrlout physicians, but to
nothing hat the disease yielded ao read
ily as to Liquid Sulphub. I think if
used properly It is undoubtedly a speci
fic for Eczema. I have prescribed it for
others with most satisfactory results. I
consider it the best remedy for cuta
neous ejections I have ever known, and
regard It at the greatest medical discov
ery of the age. r v
Respectfully yours, '
W.A.E2Ar.D, M. D.
For sale at F, B. r-ys.
r? rr r- - r-i
Dcsst3 chit yea cit
Thla preparation contains an of the
dlgestaata and digests all kind of
rood, it gives instant relief and never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want The most sensitive
iiomacna can take Ik xty its use many
thousand of dyspeptka have teen
cured after everything elaa failed. It
prevent ionnauonoigatoa um stom
ach, relieving all distress aftr eating.
Uetlnguiukecesgary, Pleasant to take.
iioitla yoa fjootJ
rretr!niiitv w. IKWrnaoa-Ohk
taa tL sotue eoauua H Uniea UraWe. au
1)0 r FT ft CO
GERMAN GLEANINGS. '
It la still a crisne to Rliuut -Vlre la
Praacer la AlsaettLorraiue.
Forty per cent Mhe pWato rrop in
Oermany la used for, fodder.
Oermany baa adopted gray brown a
the war paint of its torpedo bcita. ;
A OermaA army physMan rteclareo
be has discovered si serum which will
cure even chronic rneumatlsm. 1
To provide nesting places for birds
the.j.kateer baa had fifty-two boxes
plaoed,! the izeea in various parts of
the Sana Soudpar In Potsdam.
Oemaay .makes: more gloves now
than France, .There are 1,100 concerns
in Oermany, the total output of eighty
five factories being for export only. .
The first two day on which Berlin's
overhead and undergroand electric
railway t werejHlt Into operation dou
ble fares were. charged,. the proceeds
being devoted to the establishment of
an aid fund for employee.
Just Look M Her.
Whence came that sprightly ttep,ftult
leas skin, rich, rosy complexion, smiling
face, tihe looks good, feel good. Here's
her secret She uses Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Result, all organs active,
digestion good, ao headaches, no chance
for "blues." Try. them yourself. Only
X5c at C. D. Bradham's.
It Pwulea Bias.
It is said of a former Marquis of
ownshend that when young and en-
in battle he saw a. drummer at
side killed by a eannon ball which
cattered his brains in every direction.
Is eyes were at once fixed on the
hastly object, which seemed to en
gross bis thoughts. A superior officer
bserving him supposed be waa lntim-
ted at the alght and addressed him
a manner to cheer hit spirits. "Ohr
the young marquis, with calm
est, but severity. "I am not frightened.
am puzzled to make out how any man
th such a quantity of brains ever
came to be heref
Basis ta LA tindtM Haw llwari Botp
Arizona exceeds in area the follow
ing ten states: Rhode Island, Dela
ware,. Connecticut, New Jersey, Mas
sachusetts, New. Hampshire, Vermont,
Maryland, West .Virginia aud South
The Rest Prescription for Malaria.
Chills and Fever It a bottle of G nova's
Tastbxk8s Chill Tostio. It is limply
Iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Price 60c
SllttUar Tre Bark.
" U'hMI A vminir fi.nl a. nhoAA (m.
, ' vuug . . U 1 . V U U W . U
tops growing and looks as If it were
bout to ge up the struggle for ex-
;enoe, the trouble may often be traced
o Its being barkbound. Iu thla case
long perpendicular slit In the bark
HI enable it to resume its , natural
growth, . . . y
, ." A Simula Matter. , ".
' "Jobn, I'd like you to wake me at 8
o'clock tomorrow morning. I want to
catch the early train."
I ,-All right air; aU rights jeplled the
able servitor expressively; "all you got
to do, eir, is to ring." Philadelphia
North American. ; ;-.-;'-
WD nOW WHAT TOO ARB TAKHfG
When you take Qrove't Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula it plainly
printed on every bottle showing that It
It simply iron and quinine in a tatteleat
form. No cure ao pay. Price 60c. " .
" .. . Tke Wajr Be Came.
: At the finish of a football match a
youngster in bis hurry to get out scram
bled over the paling that surrounds
the ground. ,;; 1
A burly policeman standing : by
ahouted to him as be waa, about to
drop outside, "Xeu young rascal, wby
don't you go out the way you came
tnr :vv.-V'--- '---f
"So I amr shouted the boy aa Jw
vanished Into the crowd. ?.
The policemaa also vanished, amid
the laughter of the bystanders.
Take a bath la Hancock's Liquid Sul
phur. They are superior to those of the
moat celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired atrength. They will care
Prickly beat. Eczema, and all tkln die-
For tale by F. 8. Duffy, r
The mortality In smalliwx epidemics
usually ranees from 20 to 83 per cent
"ot the cases.
' Pharaoh's rate. -. v
, The Pharaoh of the Book of Gene
sis was long supposed to bare been
drowned In the Red sea, but examina
tions of bis mummy showed that be
bad been killed by having hit .skull
split open. v t ;
" Caaa4a'a Pareata. " ,
It is estimated that Canadian forests
will furnish wood for the pulp Industry
for W0 years. , -
- 0 . m?
1 . J C 1j
Report Of Snperiateaieat Of Edi-
ation. ' . .
Aatplcieu Tebacco Opeaiag. Pestl-
bie Political Fate of Ceag.
Bellamy. Dr. Cooke Elee
! - ted Deaaof tka New
- led leal Depart-
eat of Wake -
lege. ' ".
. Ralrioh, Aug. la The State tuperin
tendent of public instruction hat received
a report on education, or rather illiteracy
la Robeson county. At the end of the
report the superintendeat hat written
the words: "This it fearful,'' and they
certainly express the facts in the case.
The report says that the following can
not read or write, being persons between
the ages of 12 and 21.
White male 258, white females J 88;
negro male 633 ,n eg ro females 581; Croa
tan Indian males 829, Croatan Indian fe
males BIS; total 2088. 8late Auditor
Dixon Is to make an educational speech
in Robeson next week and these figures
art furnished him. The statement fur
nished also gives the average pay of pub
He school teachers in Robeson. : That of
white males it $38, per month, white fe
males 37; negro males 30,70, negro fe
males $28,90; Croatan males $28,80, Grot !
tan females $25. The nearo teachers get 1
more than the white teachers.
A circular letter will be Issued by the
Btate Superintendent tomorrow, with
the approval of the other state officials,
setting forth that the public school
fund wUl continue to be apportioned be
tween the white and negroes not per
capita but as needed to keep the school
for both races open at least four months
in each year. This Is the only constitu
tional and proper way.
The tobacco season was formally
opened here today. All the warehouse
were crowded with leaf. The quality
Of some of this was unusually high thus
early in the year. Prices as high a $32
were realized. Tobacco was here from
Secretary Bruner of the Agricultural
department left this afternoon for Per
son county to take a special lot of pho
tographs. His new camera takes a pic
ture 7x33. The superb collection of
photographs in the State museum is to
A well known newspaper editor here
has gout. It is asserted that he Is the
first newspaper man In the Btate who
was ever able to have that disease.
A group of prominent Democrats
chatting here said they heard that Con
gressman Bellamy was likely to be de
feated for renomlnation this year. Hale,
Patterson, Brown, Mclntyro, and others
are mentioned aa possible Winners
The Democratic State . committee
meetahere Monday. The Btate board
of election meets the next day.
Senator Butler has rented his house
here and wilt spend next winter la
Washington. It Is Intimated that be
may not again reside here.
The leading negro politician here
when asked today which would be the
attitude of the negro vote in the com
ing campaign replied with a smile "He
wUl saw wood." ; ; :
The Carter ft Whitehead Co. of Wil
ton was today authorized by the State to
Increase Its capital stock to $25,000. Y
Rev. Anthony Asmcr, a Syrian Catho
lic priest, is here, preaching to the local
colony of Syrians. He preaches In Aratic
He speaks only that language and
French. ' .
- Dr. Fred K. Cooke son of Hon. C, M.
Cooke of Loulsburg is elected dean of
the new medical department at Wake
Forest College. , :' i a
There tie now 164 rural free delivery
mall routes In this State, an Increase of
49 during July. . , j
The Grand Chapter Royal Arch Ma
sons of North Carolina have decided to
educate one boy each year at the A. ft M
College. Mr. Drewrv ao writes Eaton
Renno a cripple at Oxford Orphan Aty-
um i seiecieo. . tie nas only one leg.
; His Sight Threatened. ? '
' "While picnicking last month my ll
year-old boy was poisoned by tome weed
or plant," says. W H Dibble, of 81oux
City, Ia. "He rubbed the poison off bis
hands into bis eyes and for a while we
were afraid he would lose tight. FInahy
a neighbor recommended DeWltt't Witch
Hazel Salve. The first application helped
him and in a few days be was at weU at
ever.", For tkln diseases, eutt, burn,
scalds, wounds Insect bites, DeWttt's
Witch Htzel Salve It sure cure. Relieves
piles at once. Beware of Counterfeits.
F.B.Duffy. '. . ' 1 '
i; . TleM f the Coeaeau ......
It bas been shown that the cocoon
Of a silkworm will yield a thread 1,000
yards, or three-fifths of a mile long. :;
' Cameta la Afrlea. ' .
Camels flourish only In the dry part
of Africa. Some years ago a caravan
of these animals was leaded with
goods near Zanzibar nnd started for
Lake Tanganyika, but not one lived to
tee the lake.
--. . St. Louis.
Louis IX, the saint after whom the
city of 8t Louie It named, died of Uu
plague while on a crusade In Africa.
Look Pleasant, Please. ;
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
O, can do so now, though for years he
couldn't, because he suffered untold
agony from the worst form of Indigest
ion. All phyticlaqt and medicine failed
to help him till be tried Electric Bitters,
which worked such wonder for htm
that be declares they are a godwnd to
sufferers from dyspepsia ' tnd ttomacb
troubles. Unrivaled for diseases oftbe
Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, they build
up tnd give new life to the whole sys
tem. Try thera. Only GDc Guarantee!
by 0. D. Brt'llia-n, drr'at. .1
Clrei tut Sesteace.
SpedauJouraal.' . J V ij
Raliioh, Aug. l.-ov. Ayeock to
day commuted to Imprisonment for lift
la Ue penitentiary, Richard Blaton, who
wat under sentence of death tor rape at
.The Qoveraor tar that Blatoa'
gnQt it too uacertaia to' permit bit execution.-
The only evidence agalast hlsa
wu that of a wosaea who taw him la
aa uncertain light through open door.
At first she failed to Identify him and
the officer turned alas loose on heretate-
ateat. ' ' . - - - . :
The trial judge urged th commuta
tion. Richard Fleming, the other man
convicted at the same time died declar
ing Blatoa Innocent. The Judge' aald
that but for the Implied aaderstaadlag
that the sentence would be eoamutod to
life Imprisonment be would have tet the
verdict aside. .
The British government baa wltb-
drawa all claims to toverelgsty to the
bay lalaads ot UUUa aad others admit
ting that they belong to the itete of Bon
dura. - , . " ; ' .' :-
Judge Duraad wat aomlaated for
gorernor-of ailchigaa by the Democrafa,
Thursday. f He ia a gold democratic,
President Mitchell, ; of the Miners
TJnloa stales that the reports regarding
the strike in Pennsylvania and especial
ly Shenandoah are greatly.: exaggerated
and misleading. He la depressed about
the strike and fears it will -not accom
plish Its purpose. ' - ;;,-
' Cardinal Gibbons bu accepted tha vice
presidency of the Schley Triumphal
Arch Association of Baltimore. -
Surgeon General Rltey bat ordered a
general vaccination at the Norfolk and
Portsmouth navy yard.
The ttrlke tltuallon at Shenandoah,
Pa., remains unchanged. There is com
parative quiet but aa outbreak msy oc
cur at any time. Twelve hundred troops
are stationed there to guard' the prop
erty. Charles Craven, the supposed murder-'
er of Wm. H. Wilton, a farmer living
near Herndon, Va , was taken from jail
at Lessburg by a mob of ISO men who
overpowered the gaard, and lynched.
Craven stoutly maintained hit Inno
The condition of Mrs. Prltchard, wife
of Senator Prltchard, It reported to be
leaa favorable. It wat decided that a
second operation waa necessary which
wat performed Friday. , . -; 1
The State ot Illinois wlU fight the pro
posed packers combine; and ' Will not
wait for consolidation to become com
ptew Wumi proceed agaluBt the con
cerns proposing the merger, '"fj-. "
In an interview given to the Washing
ton Post, General Julian & Carr declar
ed bit intention of being a candidate be
fore the next auto Legislature for the
United States Senate- . v r- -
Joseph Bedall wbo-wa severelv beat
en w th riot of Shenandoah, Pa-,Thurt
day died that night in the miners hospi
tal, lit it the nrat victim to lose bit life
In the strike. ; : ' ,
One of the most terrific and remark
able display of lightning ever teen took
place at Butte Mont, Thursday. For an
hour in the afternoon the heavens wat
one continent flame, Nearly everything
became charged with electricity, even
wood, and other thingt. supposed to be
Boa-condncton, one .man , was killed by
touching a pile of meat In a refrigerator
ear, which be attempted to remove, tome
time after the . atom wat over, many
people received severe shocks.
. . It Needs a Tonic." v
. There are lime when your liver needs
a tonic. Dont give purgatives that gripe
and weaken. DeWltt't Little Earl Risers
expel all poison from the system and act
as tonic to toe liver. W Scott, 63 High
land ave.. Milton. Ha. savs: "I have ear
rled DeWItl'S Little Earlv 1 Risers with
me for several vears and would not be
without them. : Small and easy to take
purely vegetable. They , never gripe or
aistress. r. 8. uoffy. -
v. Whees. the Nhih. . : 4 '
She would not. though 1 cocztdand
And be:d of her my brie to ba. t :'
he said she'd marry whom ahe pleased)
Yet, goodnes know, aha pleaaca ma. .
; - w Tark World. '
Tt waa a quiet wedding, pre-
umer , - - .
"Oh, yea.. The groom acted aa it ho
bad been hypnotlaed." Town Topic.
atsmi wut , f' ;
Th weather sure Is trylnf,
But to blam It w art loath,'
- While tha mint I In the Julep
And the straw I in 'em both I
.- -vdUant Constitution. .
, , Women ana Jewels..' '
, Jewels, candy, flowers, man-that la
tha order of a woman' preference.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty power
to the average woman. Even' that great
eat of all Jewel, health, 1 often ruined
In the itrenuoui efforte to make or save
the money to purchase them. . If a wo
man will risk her health to get a coveted
gem. then let her fortify herself against
the Insldnout consequences of cooght,
colds tad bronchial SuectloDi by the
regular use of Dr. Bone Lee's Gorman
Syrup. It will promptly arrest con
sumption In Itt early :- and heal the
;ieaed lungs and bron--..ul tube and
drive tbe dread (i -"e from tbe sysicn.
It it not a cure-ail, but It Is a cut'.o
cure for c- " , colds tnd all b'oncUal
troub'--. Vi-1 f t get this rcMuble reme
dy at FBI ;8.
tc i.fr 'it' c
and a sure way to treat a case of Sore
Throat in order .to ; kill disease germs
and insure healthy throat action U to
take half a glassfull of water put into
it a teaspoonf ul of "
K '4", lytkica in i Muotang
' Thi iairhoui-. t t.ut th.attliu oiMlUy with UmIuu-
. wwiitan.1 MWr dulM Uls in.r urono u a soft th aud wrap
""'.uvLltU4ii.i'k. Ilk IOTt'iiCCRE. ,
' TSoc., tc. aiil Ci.00 li bottle.":. ,
IT Dr Vfl! h lV ',v" '-"'Pl-d with a running
IT,rAr Bt TIFJ ..! -u. . . . with
eaia atuutaug LIImwu aui . mm k-i m i-'v uj
IKm-v MtlilllVgV. MitiUlL-
cAgticultutd and cMechanical College.
" INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION : ,
a AMviMtinn n on1 t.MnA e-iff rtnntr RLiiisV ftnil mainilfill work in
antt A t tllJIUIIiatlylviti na vhwij awoje ymmwm w. - - : - ' j
t Engineering;, Acrkulture, ChemUtry, Electrkliy, nechanlc Arta
r awl wouon manuiaciunng. Full looraes (t years nnortuoursesvtycar
r Special Courses (3 mos,). Tuition and room,J19 a term; board $8 a month. 3
80 teachers, 869 students, new building lor 600. write lor oooaiet ua;
at the A & M. College." ' ' -
President GEO. T. WINSTON, Raleigh, N. C
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Attorney at Ltl'w,
74 So. Front St , Opp. Hotel CltatUwka,
NEW BBBN, N. V.
CraveoCounty Attorney. '
Circuit, Craven, J ones, Onslow, Cart
eret, famlico, Greene, Lenoir, and the
Supreme and Federal Court.
I offer for sale or rent my entire Farm
and complete accessories. Will sell
cheap for cash or gilt edge securities, or
will rent the farm, selling tbe Imple
ments and ' team to the right man at a
living figure. u : -Call
or addrest, ' ' "
1. J. 3 MRS. E. A. VINSON, J -i
: ; Sweet Oome.Ftrm.
NewJ3ern4N. 0.. . - f
BtarttVt' .4 mlr MV t -,
-! U1 nly4a
English, Classical, Scientific and Commercial for boys and
young men. Peventy-one Boarding Pupils from Feventeen
Counties and two Htatet the past year. A Military School
.I,.. I. . .Km iniraiHiT TDDTBAD'or HOMBBB3
is bouoitt; where thothful, manly, honest boys are wanted.
A four years Preparatory Course, giving full, and thorough
preparation for College or For Life. Athletics encouraged.
Charges reasonable. Term begins Pept 8rd.
Write for illustrated catalogue. ,
. J. E. DEBNAM, Sapt
610 North front Street,
Tbe place to buy jour Cemetery
Work bt BOTTOM PRICE". I
Foreign and Domestic Granite and
Marble. Lettering and Finish tbe
Best Send for latest designs. All
work delivered. ' .
Branch yard, Ooldsboro, Nt C
n n n i
, Refrigeru.rs, Water Coolers, Ice
Cream Freezers, Screen Doors, Win
dow Screens, Oil and Cook Stoves,
Ranges, Lime, . Oenient, Platter,
PainU, Oils, Varnish, Patty, Saab,
Doors, Blinda, lottery and all the
naefnl articles usually found in an
ITn-tA-riatii rtarrirarA Sinn'
BKADgOAKTERS FOR . .
And aU Kindt of "
EDILilG H1TEEI1L -
Best Gotl . .
Xoirent Irle. s.
- Under Hotel ChatUwka.
NEW KERN. Mi i
I I3avlng secured the service of ex
perienced panic, I am prepared aa
short , notice to eiocute Farm, City,
Land, and Rail Boad surveying. Ditches
Street and Road laid out and leveled.
Draughting In all U branches. Clue
and black prlnta made. Old maps re
paired and mounted. Topographical
surveying tnd plotMnt;. "'Drawings and
wokr'nsrj !!. txe I rro ' "'v. t'ew-ers-eni
1 tir.'n- ; 1 lu'J out
and const..' : ".'en t .
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