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TIE WEEKLY JOURNAL
Published 1m Two 9ectiona,evrv Tae
day wd Friday, at M Middle StreHiww
CHARLES L, STEVEN,; ,
aoiroi &in rmopmmor
Two Month, 85?nU.
i Threes Month, 86 fT?
Six Month. M "f
: Twelve Month. $1.00
ONLY IN ADVANCK
Advertisins- re tea famished upon ap
plication at the office, or upon inquiry
OTThe Jouaaai i only ent oa pay-tn-dvanoe
basis. Subscriber : will
receive notice of expiration of their sub
scription and an immediate response to
notice wvJ be appreciated by Itbe
Entered at the Postofflce, Mew Bern
If. C. as second-class matter.
Section One, Tuesday. Dee. 9, 1908
a promoter: OF POLITICAL
Senator Pritchard'i recently published
statement defining his position, and that
of the white Republicans towards the
colored TOterln North Carolina, has
aroused certain democratic papers, at
would a red flag before an angry boll.
The truth la, that the democrats of
North Carolina are really under obliga
tions to Senator Prltchard, for hla un
failing political strenuoslly, which has
ever the charm of combatlveness.i . -'The
reading of Senator Pritchard's
last public statement on the Republican
status In this State, cannot fail to prove
of Interest to anyone at all familiar with
the politics of North Carolina.
It is an article well calculated to
arouee democratic ire in certain quarters
and It will provoke for sometime from
the same quarters the emphatic, if dis
courteous retort of, "you're another.!"
As a champion of North Carolina Re
publicanism, Senator Prltchard is a
most Interesting flguie. There is a sin
cerity about him, a personality of the
man which is attractive, a something
which even his political enemies can but
admire, while attempting to cut the
ground from under him.
Perhaps It Is in the Senator's trick of
being able to keep so hot a trail upon
his political adversaries, treading close
ly upon truths in his statements, which
provoke the opposing "Machine" to turn
and endeavor to discover just how much
Mr. Prltchard knows of what he states.
To learn if It be "bluff," or what would
be more serious, aknowledge, treading
closely on facts.
Like the late Marion Butler, Senator
Prltchard has proven a stubborn pollti
cal proposition to the Democratic party
of this State, but unlike the former who
possessed craftiness and smoothness in
a high degree, Mr. Prltchard manifests
an open sincerity and ruggedness which
provokes his enemies into conflicts;
really not warranted by conditions.
While Senator Prltchard will soon re
tire froffl the North Carolina Senator-
ship, it cannot be said that he retires
with any loss of character. It can be
said that his retirement will In a meas
ure be a loss to some commercial Inter
ests of the Btate.
And it Is to be hoped that his retire
ment does not mean that the Democrat
ic party Is to be left without so active
and vigorous a political opponent as Mr.
Prlfchard baa been, for v without this
. opposition, 'good, 'live opposition, the
Democratic party Is going to become"
.very dull affair.
SCIENTIFIC NOT POLITICAL
The various industries of this coun
try are too closely allied with its gener
al sconomlc system, pot to feel at ' once
, and, severely, any proposed national
- legislation on money, or as regards the
; tariff, legislation which should Indicate
any radical change In the present protec
tlv schedule, .
It is self evident to every; political
economist of the country, :that tariff re
vision Is not matter to be adjusted by
i politician, per se,but that any proposed
. readjustment of the tariff is a matter for
experts, who shall examine Into ecomo
i le conditions, and make readjustment
ttpoa such a basis that existing industri
; al ooaditjoax, may not be disturbed.
' " Tariff rv-vlsiou which shall disturb the
Industries of the country, thereby sr
rlonsly affecting the wage earner, and
through these unsettle other, lines of ln-
Wastry and commerce, if not to be advo
cated by any political partyf It expects
recognition at the polls, by the voters.
Pro"rerous times always develcj the
theories who see in tar I J revision of the
Q.:a Hit, ultimately loading to free
t ., 'j, a mc.4as to clieck various evils
. ! ever tsrg the people. ' ' ' '
Z'.zz J a'.'-.T'.s to e .;:.'yat
' " ic -i rf s i ' a I"'' r
to been followed byserious eonsequeaces
to the country's Industries, Its trade and
bail Mr, generally.
These past experiences have mad the
people, regardless of political affiliations,
feel vry conservative, and fearful of
any attempts of tariff revision suggested
by politicians, especially ',whcafree
trade appears a the .alltmate object
This leads to the question, can or
should little or great tariff revision be
made except through a board of experts
whose ability and judgment on econo
mic conditions shall be such as to quali
fy them to make the revisions along
lines that shall consider Industrial and
commercial conditions, in their relation
ship to the entire country, and not to
the preference of any political partjr J
The tariff is not actually the political
property of any special party.
Every political Tparty is concerned
for the beet interests of the people and
the industrial betterment of the coun
try, thefore scientific tariff revision by
experta, ought to appeal more strongly
to every 'party than a tariff revision
through thepolltical theorist, whose
ideas are . practical only so far as the
end brings his party into power.
If you feel ill and need a pill
Why not purchase the best?,
DeWItt's Early Risers
Are little surprise
Take one they do the rest.
W. H. HcwelL Houston, Tex., writes
I have used Little Early Risers Pills
In my family for constipation, sick head'
ache, etc. To their use I am Indebted for
the health of my family. F. S. Duffy.
APAThY IN LOCAL DEVELOP
MENT. A visitor in this city recently, said,
that the local indifference to branch out,
to attempt local commercial and Indus
trial development, was most noticea
This Indifference towards local devel
opment is especially to be noted, when
the great natural advantages of New
Bern are understood, and anyone can
easily see the opportunities offered,
which would prove very profitable if ac
cepted, and taken advantage of.
It is not that the trade and commerce
of this city are at a low ebb, for they are
not. In fact business is good among the
The spirit of trade, ot money making
and money getting, Is keen enough in
thla city, among those who do busi
The really great trade of New Bern Is
not to be seen on any one or half a dozen
of,its streets, but 1b only discoverable by
an Inspection of the bills of goods, of
bills of lading, which are passing to and
from the merchants and the various rail
and water transportation companies.
Some five million feet of lumber
passed out by water a few days ago, and
yet not a ripple was msde upon the com
merclal life of this place.
Merchants handle goods to the amount
of hundreds of thousands of dollars, yet
only ajfew know of it.
This is strictly the commercial side of
New Bern. The side which seeks to
maintain and increase local trade, with
out that healthier and better develop
ment of our Industrial life, a creation by
manufacture, the desire to be more than
the middle man, who exacts his per cent
as a tribute for his trouble.
There Is something of profit in this mid
dle man business, but it Is not of Itself,
the factor which builds up a city, which
gives it the true and natural- develop
ment and growth, so essential, so im
peratively needed to make a place truly
prosperous and well rounded la its
growth. V v.
What is demanded Is that the very
money which Is so eager! to 8k Invest
ment elsewhere, should be employed
hero to give work,not only to those who
can and will assist in-local enterprises,
bat also being thus employed, yet will
bring In fresh help, new men from out-
side places,.who will And In New Bern
a Held not merely for a living, but one
where opportunity is given for Indivi
dual advancement, , ' ". ' -
'. Today this Individual advancement la
not possible, and the ambitious, the
talented youth, are not remaining here,
bat seeking fields where their efforts can
be justly wwrded.H,T; !
' And while . local apathy of develop!
ment prevails, there can be bo local pro
gress or growth of the right kind, . "
We offer One, Hundred Dollara Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cared" ry Ball'i Catanb uir.'
, , ' P. J. CHENEY .& CO. Toledo, 0.
We, e undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last IS years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable Id all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations msde bj tbelr
firm." i,1'!;'-!)'!-'' .v'.. ' ,f.
Wist & Tbuax, Wholesale Druggists
Toledo.O. - Waldino, Kuwait, A Mar
yix, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Call's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
s'.'pg directly upon the blood and mu-
Cuus sar'uCc:; jf the system.' Testlmon
I:.lsrnt tre Trice 75c per bottle." Bold
tya:ir, ; . .
" et' - t
A lean and potash-hungry soil,
waited seed, wasted labor and idle
giuM A MORTOaOa. Or, plenty of
In the fertiliser, many bales and a
busy gia-A BANK ACCOUNT.' -..
The Ftrat Skatmrm.
It is very doubtful which race first
skated, for traces have been found
among prehistoric remains all over
northern Europe indicating that the
art wa practiced by primitive peoples.
The Eskimo of the farthest north are
also found to be in possession of run
ners carved from whalebone.
Skating Is mentioned by a Danish
historian about 1134, and Fltxstephen
in his "History of London" saya that
In the twelfth century young men
fastened the leg bone of animals un
der their feet by means of thong In
order to slide along the Ice. Thla
statement is confirmed by the pair of
bone skates of the period now In the
British museum. It is likely, however,
that these early Londoner got the
Idea from Holland, probably via Lin
colnshire, where skates have been
used on the frozen fens from very re
Wbat's In a Name?"
Everything Is In the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E- C. De
Witt & Co of Chicago discovered, some
years sgo, how to make a salve from
Witch Hazel that .is a specific for Piles.
For Bllnd.bleeding, itlching and protrud
lug 1 lies, eczema, cuts, burns, bruises
and all skin diseases DeWItt's Salve has
no equal. This has given rise to numer
ous worthless counterfeits. Ask for De
W Itl's the genuine. F. S. Duffy.
The Choice of a Husband.
"What a lucky Ktrl you are, Llddy, to
be able to choose between two such
handsome and stylish young gentle
men? Have you made up your mind
which is to be your husband?"
"To tell the truth, I'm in a bit of a
fix. If I desire to wear my cretin
colored dress at the wedding, I shall
take Alphonse, as be is dark complex
loned, you know; but if I decide to go
in my blue dress I rather think fair
Joseph will make the better match of
"Now, then, children," said the teach
er, who had been commenting upon
polar expeditions, "who can tell me
what fierce animals inhabit the re
gions of the north pole?"
"Polecats!" shouted the boy at the
foot of the class. Philadelphia Press.
Take a bath in Hancock's Liquid Bui
phur. They are superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will cure
Prickly heat, Eczema, and all skin dis
eases. For sale by.F. 8. Duffy.
D title ef the "Pet" Sheey.
Out at the abattoir the "pete" among
the sheep may be distinguished by
their superior height and shapeliness
knd by the intelligence of their expres
sion. The pete are murderers. In the
other pens sheep come and go by thou
sands to the slaughter, but the pets re
tnain. They are trained to lead their
teliows to death, and they do this work
well, for they have by reason of their
itrength. Intelligence and beauty a
rreat influence. When the butcher of
the abattoir wish to slaughter a flock
)f sheep word Is passed to the pets,
ind they Indifferently, calmly, saunter
n among the flock, gain their confi
dence and esteem and then take their
places at their bead and lead them
to the slaughter house. Philadelphia
Kodol Dyspepsia Core.
. Digest all classes of food, tones and
strengthen the stomach and digestive
organs. Cares Dyspepsia, Indigestion
Stomach Troubles, and makes rich red
blood, health and strength. , Kodol re
builds wornout tissues, purifleMtrength-
ens and sweetens the stomachy Gov. Q
W. Atkinson,, of W. Vs., says: I have
used a number of bottles of Kodol and
have found it to be a very effective and,
Indeed, a powerful remedy for stomach
ailments. I recommend It to my friends
F. 8. Duffy. ' '
The Bmbaaefes at ""mSt
Sir Michael Herbert, tin n -w :-..:!
ambassador, will take rank next uftiT
Signer Mayor dec Planches, the ltul.au
embassador,; . In .the - diplomatic e ,rps.
The foreign embassies at Washington
now rank In this order: Oennnny. Hub
ala, Mexico, Italy and Creat Britain,
with Austria-Hungary next,' as Mr.
Hengebnuller probably will-present his
credential a ambassador before 'Mr.
Jusserand, the new representative
from France, arrive and la presented.
There have been persistent rumors
that Dr. von Holieben, the , German am
bassador, who Is now dean, of the
corps, Will soon relinquish his post
here for another one on the continent,
and there have also been intimation
that Count Casein!, the Russian am-'
bassador, who has been at Washing
ton since June, 1808, , will be trans
ferred to another post If these two
prospective changes occur, Sen or Azpl
ros, the Mexican ambassador, wlQ be-
come dean of the corps, with Signor
Mayor de Planche of Italy ranking
next and Sir Michael Herbert third in
the order of rrPop"iefl.
Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, foi
Eesna,T!a-rs T' worm, DandraX
! all emjI t For sale at F. S.
Writ. far -if" S
Tkty are I 'Jr
mm? via- 1
tkm A I ; f
hnn - 2 W W
I Jh' -' f
Of Stmt A. k R. C Road T Help
State XlltUry Matters. Iaiaeetlea
Stat Balldlsgs, Talaakle Ar
- tlelee Fer State Maseam. Ma
jority Coaatle Exceed
Rauioh, Dec 6 Today an order was
Issued from the Adjutant Oeaeral'a of
fice appointing Col. T. H. Bain; Lt. CoL
Alfred Williams and MaJ. Charles C.
Bunch a board to meet here ' December
J0;h to Inspect quartermaster's store
which are carried on the return by thla
Bute to the TJ. 8. aad determine what
are unserviceable and the ditpoaitlOa to
be made of them.
A convict from Hyde county vu
placed la the penitentiary today to serve
8 years for burglary.
The State board of Agriculture, which
la also the board of trustees of the Ag
ricultural and Mechanical College spent
the day at that institution, asking a
thorough Inspection of buildings, ac
counts, etc, -
It la said that some politician are
again talking about the desirability of
of selling the Stste's interest In the At
lantic & North Carolina Road, Borne of
them have an idea that there may have
to be a bond Issue unless this course Is
followed, but It does not appear likely
that any sale will be made.
Vance county's returns show that its
tax rate Is only 00 cents on the $100
valuation, thla being the least In the
8tate. Wayne Is next, W cents. The
constitutional limitation la Mi cents, '
The wind waa so high nearly all laat
night that it waa feared damage would
be done, but so far there are no reports
ot any in this section.
The suthorlties of Orange county In
form the State Superintendent of pub
lic instruction of the gift by cillzens of
two free libraries to rural puhllo schools
the State having reached the limit of its
allowance to t,hat county.
The State Superintendent of Public
Instruction Is sending out blanks for
the purpose of collecting Information
regarding public schools In the cotton
mill districts, with a view to making
some recommendations regarding such
Today the uniforms of Gen, James
Johnston Prttlgrew, , and Gen. Bryan
Grimes, together with various articles
used by them dnriog the civil war were
placed in a case in the hall of history In
the State museum. The uniform of En
sign Worth Bsgley, together with his
commission, a model of the torpedo
boat Uagley and other articles belong
ing to him, were also placed In a
Bishop Cheshire has gone to New
York and Sunday afternoon will ad
dress a Sunday Sohool mass-meeting.
i Joseph F. Armfield Is re-elected Col
onel of the 1st regiment of the State
Guard; Thomas R. Robertson, LtCol.;
George E. Butler, R L Flanagan and J.
C Bessert, majors. H. C. Bragaw Is
elected colonel of the 2d Regiment; T C
James, Lt. 'Col., C B Elliott, T B Pace,
G B Sellers, majors. J. N. Craig Is elect
ed Colonel ot the 3d Regiment, TJ Win
Hon, Lt. Col., J J Bernard,J M Albright
majors (one majoi yet to be chosen).
Seventy-seven counties lathe State
exceed the constitutional limitation as
Cores Cancer and Blood Poison.
If you have blood poison producing
eruptions, pimples, ulcers, swollen
glands, bumps and risings, burning, Itch
ing skin, copper-colored Bpots or raah on
the skin, mucous patches In mouth or
throat, falling hair, bene pains, old then
matism or foul catarrh, take . Botanic
Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It kills the pois
on la the blood; soon all sores, eruptions
heal, hard swellings subside, aches and
pains stop and a perfect cure la made of
the worst cases of Blood Poison,
; For cancers, tumors, swellings, eating
sores, ugly ulcers,' persistent pimples of
all kinds, take & B. B. It destroy the
cancer poison in the bipod, heal cancer
of all kinds; cures the worst humor or
suppurating , swellings. Thousands
cured by B. B. B, after all else fails. - B,
B. B. composed of pure botanic ingre
dients. Improves the digestion, makes
the blood pure and rich, stops the awful
Itching and all sharp, shooting pain.
Thoroughly tested for thirty year.
Druggists, f 1 per, bottle, with complete
directions for home cure. Sample free
and prepaid by writing Brood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free
medical advice also sent In sealed letter.
For aale by F. 8. Duffy and C. D. Brad
ham, New Bern.
The GnillotUe aad Its Investor.
One of the most widely disseminated
of popular errors 1 that Dr. Gulllotin
Invented the grim machine which still
bear the name. The real Inventor of
this sinister contrivance was Dr.
Louis, a well known medical man and
permanent secretary of. the Parisian
School of Medicine, or Academle de
Medicine.. -':''- '. ...
. Dr. Gulllotin, who' died In 1814, ener
getically but vainly protested against
the nee of his name In connection with
this disagreeable subject an evidence,
If one were wanted, of the great diffi
culty there Is of correcting a popular
error. Needles to ay that the legend
that Dr. Gulllotin was among the vic
tims of bis friend' ingenious and mer
ciful , Instrument of destruction la
wholly apocryphal. ' He died at a good
old age and in his bed, surrounded by
hi children, who, however, obtained
permission to change their name,
roo mow what too are utr:3
When yoo take Grove's Tacteless CliEl
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle slowing tliat lt
Is e'inply Iron and qu!ulne la a t" ;'.!.::
o . l i c ii o i 7. r." 3 1":,
(There are in Germany three (rait
treat to each Inhabitant
Germany army ea a artr footing
new amoant to 250,000 officers and
Duaeeldort, Germany, own It rwn
electric plant. The dty also controls)
the harbor and run a theater.
The naaber at ateambeata on the
Rhine Increased from 4SI In 1SS4 to
U&3 la hkO. although there la a rail
way on either shore.
Of -every thou sa ad . persons In the
German empire 629 are Protestant, 861
Catholic. 10 Jew and of different or
cn determined creed.
Excavation for the foundation ec a
new railway station at Heta have just
brought to tight the remains of a Bo
man thsata 498 feat too-.
The now aneteat ectme for extract
ing gold from the salt aaa waves baa
just been, worked again and again ex
ploded, tola time In Germany. Only
$500,000 waa lost thla tunc .
i A memorial has feeently been erect
ed by the German Association of Alien
ists over the grave of the anatomist
BeU. He sraa buried in his garden at
Halle, which la now part of the aoolog
leal garden ot the dty.
.. Sand at Grave's Brink.
"I know I would loag ago have been
in my grave," write Mrs. B. H. New
som, of Decatur, Ale, "if It .had not
been for Electrlo Bitters. For three
year I suffered antold agony from the
worst forma of Indigestion, Waterbraah,
Stomach aad Bowel Dyspepsia. Bat
this excellent medicine did me a world
of good. Biace using It I can eat hear
tily and hare gained 85 poinds." For In
digestion, Loss of Appetite, Stomach,
Liver and Kidney trouble Electrlo Bit
ter are a positive, guaranteed cure.
Only Mo at CD. Bradbam's drag
A rtMaeter'a Pea.
J. Pterpont Morgan, Charles M,
Scbnaab and several friends were at
Mr. Morgunja kennel looking over
some of the prtoo banting dogs. Mr.
Sfihwabifetiiin love with a fine looking
pototerModtaakcd Mr. Morgan the dog's
name. : '
That) dog's name Is Russell Sage,'
aid Mcl Morsan.
"And 'why do you call htm Russell
Sager asked'Mr. Schwab.
"BoeaueeV'snld the great financier.
"be never teaea a scent." World's
A Cold Wave.
The forecast of sudden changes la the
weather serves notice that a hoarse
voice and a heavy coagh may Invade
the sanctity of health in your ownhome.
Cautious people have a bottle of One
Minute Cough Care always at hand. E,
H. Wise, Madison, Ga.. writes: "I am In
debted to one One Minute Cough Cure
for my life." It cures ' Coughs, Colds
LaGrlppe, Bronohltie, Pneumonia and
all Throat and Lang troubles. One
Minute Cough Care oat the phlegm
draw oat the Inflammation, heal and
soothes the mucous membranes and
strengthen the long. F. 8. Duffy.
Tfce Qnotatlea Cempleted.
Bishop Fowler of . the Methodist
church on oue eccasioa found himself
opposed in conference very bitterly by
oue of the other members and, after
listening to a lengthy tirade concern
ing the matter in Question, replied in a
manner that seemed to make very little
impression on bis opponent, wbov aris
ing, stretched hia arm In the direction
of the bishop, roUed bis eyes upward
very solemnly and exclaimed: '
' "Deliver me from the snare of the
fowler!" ' 1;- . . . t
"And from the noiaome pestilence r
added the bishop, rising quick an a
flash and mimicking the roll of the oth
er's eyes andtbevtretch of the arm.
Chills and Fever la a bottle of G nova's
TASTBXKsaCBiu. Tosna It b simply
Iron and quinine In-a tasteless form. No
cure -no pay. Price 50c -
A Family ot Elrd.
The wife of a Methodist minister In
West Virginia baa been married three
times, says an exchange. Her maiden
name wa Partridge, her first hus
band was named Robin, her second
Sparrow, - and the yritnt one's name
Is Quayle. There are now two young
Robins, one Spanow, and three little
Quayle In the. family. . One grandfa
ther waa a Swann. and another waa a
Jay, but be la dead and now a bird of
paradise. - They live In Hawk avenue,
Eagtevllle, Canary Islands, and the fel
low who writes this article la. a lyre
bird and an Interested relative of the
- Foils a Deadlj Attack. J :
"My wife vu so in that good phys'o
lant were unable to help her," write II.
M.Austin, of Winchester, tnd "bat
was completely eared by Dr. King's New
Life Pills." They work wonder la
stomach and liver, triable. Care con
stipation, sick headache. I0o t C D.
Bradham'a drug store. I
The Doukhobora, that queer Russian
set In Canada, are vegetarian of the
first water. A writer In the Outlook
ays: "On of the few English words
they know I "grease,' and open my of
fering them any food breed, for In
stance they would look at It suspi
ciously and inquire, "Grease? They
Were afraid that lard or tallow might
have been need In making the bread,
and. If so, they would not eat It Com
of the Indiana do not care to have the
Doukhobora visit them, aa they are re
garded as 'queer.' and I have Been a
Cree Indian wave an approaching
Doukhobor away by holding up a
piece of bannock la front of his tent,
with, a deprecating gesture and the
word Greaser " ;..
He Prile of n crocs. . :
Many soldiers la the last war wrote to
say that for Scratches, Bruises, Cuts,
Wounds, Corns, Bore Feot and Stiff
Joints, Bucklen's Arnica dive la the
best in the world. Same for Burns,
Ecalds, Bolls. Ulcers, Ella Eropllons
and nics. It earn cr no psy. Only
Z'z at C. D. E..." i' dn'g r.ore.
ill-.. . .-
.AYegetauk Preparation for As
ling lheStQ&&3 aitHtaftrels of
Promotes DiClIon Cheerfur
ness and Resl-Contaitw nelllar
. v . ewawawji i in
Aperfrtl Itemedy roiTcrsfV-T
Ron. Sour Stonk-vch.Uiarrtwm
Worms jCoimilsions .Fever tsh
..Facsimile Sigrtnlur w.
- NEW YOnK.
exact copy or wrapper.
J. A. J
r LARGEST AND FIN8ET 8TOCB30F
HOBSES and IvTJX-ES,
ever offered for sale in this city, A car load of each just In,
Also a complete line of Baggies, Wagons, Harness, Robes, ( Whip",
Cartwheels, See, ' - -
I A. JONE3, Broad St. Stiirtrt'i Old Stand.
TOU WILL SAVE MONEY 1 .
Our stock is complete la every- department
and we can surely please you all, , Our business -blooms
because we are constancy placing new
bargains before you. Our strong Valnos support
our prices, 1
10 bolts 8o Outing for 5c yard. :
1 lot ( anton Flannel worth.TJc, fr 4o
Big lot Waist Goods worth 12c,!i6 and 25c y'd, '
for8o. ' . .
10 bolt of Black and Gray 81 Irk Flannel worth
76c, we aell at 49Te
10 bolts SO inch Ladle Cloth worth' 780, at 49o.; "
6 bolt Bed Flannel worth 20o yd, our price 12To ;
B bolt for nnderahlrting in Flannel worth SSc .
and 85c, our prioe lSlo and 19c per yard,
190 Boys 8uiU in all oolora, 08o to ti 91 anit, '
487 Mens Suits, all colors and Latest 8tyle,from '
t2 67 to 919 60 per suit, Look at tliem, .
887 Mens Overcoats any color and any style yon -
want and any price from $1 99 to 14 78, .
U 17 do Mens Dress Shirts worth 73c for 97c -Mens,
Ladies and Children bhoe cheap, ' -100
Flush Capes worth $1 75 to 9 at 98c ea. - v
Jackets from $1 09c up, ;
Live and learn, die andjforget it all,
Yours Respectfully, . . . ; -
75; Middle' 9t; Btxl to Gi skill
TE ARE FITTED UP
To FILL ORDERS for Stoves
A full stock of Wood Hcnterp.
fect--wjtli front feed door. JTou will find ou Cur floor tha kind jod
want. We are prompt in pattine them nn. Look oar stock over
before placing yoar order.
- ' We carry a good stock of Sub, Door, Winds, Lime, foment, Plan
ter, anjthing yon may want In liwilders Material. " I:
t Bpecial Ulack Jack Store Blacking. ; ; . - . v
Ball Bearitig Castora. ;t ' , ' - ,f '
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Tor Infanta and Children.
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Bdw. t'o., New Bern, N. 4Y
ATilaon Heaters, and hntk am Mr. ,
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Gaskill Hardware Co.
78.Middlb Bnl . NEW BXKN, N. 0 S
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PLACE TQ BU? YOUR