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WW BIRI, CBAYIH.COUITI, H. C. TUISDAy, DICIMBIft 30, 1902. FIRST 8ICTI0K,
' ttUMBIR 78
I J 1 11
., Of Season, Temperature at Fifteen
, . AboyeZero.
. Coal Poor Sapply Bit Wo4 Pleat!
i v ( fil. lu'rrunti Death. 81
: -' mens a Recognised Pol- '
. Ulcaa. Association V-
-'f;. Academies . .;
. ,. i Sessions, vi-:'"
- Raleioh, DewmberW. This Wu the
coldest morning ;W fsr this winter, the
temperature at 7 sytlock belng.lt . There
; -le tttl little hard coal, fair supply of
oft coat add an abundance of wood.
-The-poor are-being Well looked af
: ier.'.r. :, '-. . '.,
: Charlea Newell of Waahlngton is here,
to loapecnhe" rural free deliver mall
- route In ihta section. The number of
rontetln thli Bute baa doubled dtrlig
tbe present year, and a farther great in-
r : create is promised, , - . '; , t
Walter Welder aired 28." formerlv of
Raleigh, waa frozen to death Christmas
n lent near Qrahare,- ; - -.!
1 The 9 o'clock CoUl(on clulr gave a fa-
' Tor german at the Raney library assem
" bly rooms last evening.
Among today's arrivals were A.D.
Watt, Stateavllle; - B H Pate, : Wil
aon. ; ..'-' 1
- It la (fid by people In Washington
, I bat Senator Simmons la recognized as
perhaps the bret equiDDed ttolltlcien
among thCi fymocratty Senators. He
nas made some great fights and won
them all. - There are salil to be not a few
Democrat who desire that hu shall be
made tbeVchtliman or the national Dem
ocatio committee.? Ki --vt-
, At today's session of the North Caro
lina Association i f AiadcraUs Secretary
. Robert T. atadlson i.t .the Cullowhee
, high school read his annual repon; M A
Adams t Auburn spoke on t'Onr acade
mies, tbeir present need and future
hopes;" J. "P. Blvlns of Dnrham on
"How to obtain a moral atmosphere In a
' high.; school;" A. K, Bams of Cary on
-- "Should North Carolina adopt at once
. some firm compulsory school law
, Hugh Morson of Uaielgb, on '-The prac-
- ileal value of the classic.'' v. .
' The D. H. Hill Chapter of Children of
tbe Cnnfcderiicy, -visited the Soldiers
; Hume here yesterday rf ternoou and took
. many girts to the Inmates. -
V: Cotton Wqtthet audi Movement,
New Yobk, December 87; The Garoa
. tele says, Weather has been more favor
abls.oa .the whole during the week
- , Precipitation light as a rule with (he
temperature a. little lowert. The .move
ment to market has been on a fairly Jib-
. ,eral basis. ,J ls& V
, The Roller traytrunk still takes the
leada lady should buy no other , make.
- rorsateny- .J.J.BAXTER.
.SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY
' The X my la being used In dentistry
1 with considerable success. : , ; ,. ,)
; Abont $75,000,000 worth of paints
; are made each . year In tbe .United
i States.. 't ' 1. 1 v-..
- 'i It is nf limited fialover'600,(KKgaK
. Ions of castor oil are manufactured an
nually In the United States.
Of the 3,400,000 .telephones In the
' United States about 2,000,000 are op
erated independent of tbe Bell com
. pany. C .
At Niagara Fails 85,000 horsepower
$ If tjspO. In twenty- different, electrical
processes, for producing metals and
chemical )r 'V'.
A new process for concentrating ores
by tbe use of petroleum, known ts the
Elmoici bail been successful In England
vaud a bcliu iutroduccd In the BrltJab
, CvIubUjIji iceppar .nilnest Maxwell's
Talisman. .' ; ' ' ,'
' .: SWANSB0R0. ' :
Hoc 89.--The Christmas A holidays
"'- passed off very3 pleasantly here. Every
bod; seemed to have a good time. : : -We
had two Christmas trees, one at
the Welhodlat- Church on .Wednesday
night nnd ode at the BapHsi Church on
Thursday night.Iioth were .filled. with
presents and many of them nice ones.
Installation 'of officers of Sea , Bide
1 odge A. F. A A. F took' place last bat
urdayvBW John's Day.Tha lottowlpg
' arc the officers for the ensuing year. Dr.
W. J. Hontfont, M.lf.i Geo: Bell, 3. W;
,. J. A ' Plttman, J, Wij D. J. Moore-, Secy;
O. S Pittmp, Trea-.; Kcv. J. B. Oliver,
Cbj lain;, (J. Buckm istor, & I).; J l
Rllfgs, J. D i Thoi, Mwltt,"Tyiir.
At the regular communication In the
forenoon, the presentation of the apron
to Mr. Charlje Webb, was 'mado la a
v ry bjautiful and lii.presslve manner,
Bwao-: ro tf; 'ne Knight of Honor,
lllhs' i o Installation' of their
ifflccrs i.U ',a Ilethodlst Church neit
Mdsy r' Jiuary tl. Capt. K. R.
Jones ct """n, Gi..J r ..or for
thlsSta'a v . picnt to I. U the
liiilcets,-' lo r"' "3 Is cordially Invited
loaiund. j5 'P. B.C,?.
" For Inf:.nl t, .4 C.." ren. '
- : TELEGRAPEIC."BRBymBS.
Henry a Prick, ef Plttsbarg, hu de
clined the presidency of the steel trust
President Castro, of Teneiuela, hu
expressed Wllllngneu to submit his
troubles to the arbitration of the Hague
At the trial of the grave robbers in
Indianapolis, it wu developed that a
plot was in progress to rob the grave of
Kx-Preeldent Harrlsoa. .
The eold wave is severe throughout
the country la the South u well u the
North. Mercurv tot as low as freezlnc
tt New Orleans, something very rare in
that city. -., "
. Weatber Temperatures In Souuu'
.Washington,' December 27. Tempera-
tores have continued to fall in the
South, the line of freeclng extending to
the Georgia and almost to the middle
cout, They continue low to the north
And westward and are 4 to 29 degrees
below seasonal average. Low tempera-
tare will continue Saturday east of the
Mississippi. It will be warmer tomor
row in upper lake regions and Gulf
States. Warnings of frosts and freezing
temperatures have been Issued to the
Gulf States and North Florida. Freezing
temperature extends as far as central
portion of the cotton belt. ,
Market Letter on Cotton.
By private wire, J. K Latham ft Co.
Nbw Tonx, December 29. Feeling In
the market today waa decidedly bullish,
For the first timo in weeks operators
came In with tbe Intention of advancing
tbe price, There has been an absence of
business for somo weeks but now It
looks u it there would be business
enough to put prices up before the move
ment picks up enough to stop the ad
vance. The statistical position la ftrong
u long as there i no weight of cotton
felt, the tendency should be toward an
Improvement. There Is a general feel
ing that the market will do better, that
we cannot see how an -advance can be
prevented now that fotjr buying hu
star.ed, The pollpjf of taking profits
hu keen prevented for some time. We
would bny o all weak spots for a time
and see what the outcome will be. Jan
uary la still unhealed and it la possible
the present advance la not going to last
long. This will of coarse be true If the
movement gets larger;,. It Is larger than
a while ago but not enough to prevent
an advanolng nwket. Now as the mar
ket !l advancing we think If you buy on
any breaks we, think you will mske good
profits. The lone today wu strong and
business better. -That is all we need to
pot the market up aowvjProp views are
getting unsettled and spin's r4; uii com
ing in to buy.- , i -
U'',-. :0" J- B. Latbah & Co ;
Long cold bead chains are nsed fot
muff chnins, ';--x v .-j tV--.-..
Wool lace dyed to match is exten
sively nsed for trimming wool gowns.-,
Painty and modish nre thenter hats
of black tulle with trimming of long
paradise feathers. " ;
Separate waists of Dlald nnd ehnniro.
able silk are much in evidence, and the
smartest are trimmed only with hand
some buttons, those of Cut steel having'
the preference. - s
Brown toouee are nnrtloularlv f.'
vored and a charming type Is ot mlrolr
velvet with rainbow tinted, jeweled
border nn4 trimming of shot brown
satin and brown ospreys. ' ,
Novel cut let iramlturea of Tpnttnn.
ally fine and delicate design show ef
fectively on new t rencn tneaier Dionses
and dinner waists of black or white
chiffon, crepe de chlrie or fancy net f
f Ribbon made of cloth of gold, which
is attractive worn as o trlrdlfi with
.white gowns, has ornaments of gold to
finish the edge and a : dull gold tassel
or acorn, which matches the ribbon. ;
vnentai rea is tne name given to a
new street shade of that fnshtonnhla
color, which appears In cloth, vigognes,
Dourettes, poucies ana sibelines. It Is
handsome -dye, between that, of a
deep crimson rose and n rich dahlia
color . v .
Dec. S7,The weather Is very cold, It
inowaa some yesterday. ; v n
We hope every one had a merr Christ
BlM.L''' . .'.,.L':i ;T '".V tV ,., Jl" 3 W-W"
MtJH Dixon of Tnckahda smtnt
Christmas with Mr J 0 Parker.
Messrs Dan Dixon and Thnm.. T
Warren ot Trenton spent Chrhtmas at
Mr J C Parker.' w r. i
If r M B Eubanks of Mavsvllla nant
Chrlstmu at Ht Q Barrows 4 r; j
aiessrs uermoa and Barrel Purker
icftlut Ssturdav to ' SDend C.rif nu
With fr'ends sad relatives of Greene and
Lenoir (Jo. . .. w ,v -i .. ' -' ..)
l!!3Lli:!e rcDanlcl went tl Trenton
yesterday to spend a, few days with re-
laiives. ' .. .... ... : ,v v ,.
DrU R Tarker !and wife i"ent Cht.
mas with Mrs C I Ward, -'fi
lit and Mrs Llv . .ora'of Jaanar
spent Christ!' f rSamBdwsrda. i
MrRichat l .ooue of WhltaOAV.
came up to Ollversyesterday and took
Hiss iiurniie v nl to Maysvllla to at
tend tbe fi! '.ivtil. .
Mr and lira Frank Moore of Beaver
Creek spent Chrlutmas with Kr Alonara
Ve ' to r-lromebvk lac r
t lit U a I ;,) ' ' 9 g 1 f r
Forty Thousand Dollar Fire at
; .J -'Rocky Mount.' . ,
, t . . ; -.
Slate Cnarter. Railroad Cempletlei
0m Hiadrel Thousand Dollars
Per Public Scioola. Mar- '
.--Uls.. ' , .. '
Ralxiqr, Dec. 29 The Btate Superin
tendent of public instruction today be
gan the distribution of $100,000 of direct
appropriation to the publlo schools, but
cannot tend it to the counties of Chowan
Columbus and Tyrell until they send in
the nam of ths county treasurer. 1 , ,
Gov. Aycock went to Henderson yes
terday and spolothefrrasr evenmg at
the citizens mus meeting In honor of
Rev. Dr. J. D. Hufham, who reoently
retired from ths active ministry.
MUs Marlon Haywood of this city,
daughter of the-late Dr. Richard B. Hay
wood, la to be"'marrled January 18 to
MaJ. Huon, U. S. A, who is now ita
tloned In Texu. j.5 'V
A cbsrter Is granted to the Ormond L
Barringer printing, publishing' and en
graving company of Charlotte, capital
$100,000. . - .
Fire at Rocky' Mount j burned ! the
stores of C Richards, J O Conyers and 4
others, the loss being $40,090.
' It Is learned that by April 1, the Dur
ham and Charlotte railway will be fin
ished and operated u far u Troy.'
There is no hard coal here. There is
some soft coal. Of wood there is fine
supply, and the advance In price is but
C A Cold Ware.
The forecast of sudden changes In the
weather serves notice that' a hoarse
voice and a heavy cough may Invade
the sanctity of health In your ownbome.
Cautloua , people have a bottle of One
Minute Cough Cure always at hand.1 E.
H. Wise, Madison, Ga writes: "I am In
debted to one One MinuteCough Cure
for my life." It cures Coughs, Colds
LaGrippe, , Bronchitis, Pneumonia and
all Throat .and Lung troubles. One
Minute Cough .Cure cuts the phlegm
draws out the. Inflammation, heals and
soothes, the , mucous membranes and
strengthens the lungs. F. S. Duffy.'
Chrislma Doings and Personals From
' Out northern neighbor.
December 29.--ChriBtmu hu come
and gone since Galilee hu been heard
from., We have had a quiet Chrlstmu
snd a merry . time, and not too much
"Red L" Chrlstmu hu left us all en-
Joying good nealth. We people ought to
be thankful for so many .blessings.;
Rev. Bumrell, of Grifton will preach
at Galileo Sunday at 8 o'clock p. m. ' He
hu been, engaged as preacher ' for the
coming year. .ti i-n;i' . ' .
Mr L M Burch, one of our boys who
hu been.: in the United Statu .army wu
home on a furlough. He ? says that his
company will go to the Philippine J
landa January 'i.i.-j :.;
The Train Sunday School gave a
Chrlstmu : treat last" Sunday at ' two
o'doek.'t.-m;-- nil1 !. ti. -.:..' ::- isj-
The Galilee Sunday Sehool will open
again the first Sunday in January. ' We
hope to do more work than ever before.
We hope the school wilt not forget, to
invite their, neighboring "schools when
the right time comes. : We know tbey
will have one for they never falM i A I
Miss Ida Wayne, eur school tea.her
hu gone home to spent Christmas. - We
wish her a merry ChrlBtmaa and a soon
return. .:; ' , ' : i
We are,., sorry, to hear , of so many
meule casu in Olympla ,V.vJ':. 'i ;
Mr Henry Jones, of 'Beaufort county
hu been spending Christinas' f with his
sisters snd friends in Galilee.' i K
' i ' V
.T, Crouds Per DtToraa. y. '
A Salem (Mass.) man who sooehtla
divorce proved, according to a Bostbft
paper, that his wife tore theislgn frrtm
his store, put into his tea something
that made him vomit threw Ibis clotbiea
downstairs, filled bis shoes with cold
water, put fewlll in his overcoat pocket;
threw water over nlm as he went
downstairs pot pepper : in . bis beoV
made hlmsleep in an attic.1 wouldn't:
do bis washing, wouldn't mend hls
clothes., made Jdm dsrn Wa socks and
sew buttons on tots shirts. Bpat on hlat
toast when be;,was getting. his break-'
fast,' rocked in a squeaky chair for
h6urs at a time to annoy hlni, put
grease on bis Sunday clothes.) wouldn't
let him fcave a fire on: the ooldest'even
lngs bo that he often, had to go Jto bed
at 7 p. rn. to- keep warm, amd, finally
"she rubbed A butcher knlfle ewer hla
neck and (threatened, to blow-out bis
bralna." -(w;. .,- . ' '
.'.;.' "tgi Worn tarmtti. ' ; !- '
' He loVed her devotedly. He waslsd
bowlegged. Both (facte gaye him; pain
at times. .--vv-'ig ..u.-....
He pesaed it by with a rnef ultamUe
when she merrily,' said that; hia afflic
tion gave him such aniarch look and
Dat, after all, he .was; a pretty good
sVirt when yon got on to1 bis curves.
I 'e We It patently iwbentehe referred
to his waifa as poretithetlcul prcs.
Tut he rebeld and broke the e 'O-tm-nt
when s'ie called her yet t 1
t ,h tl.i. ; a., 't fvijo1 J,'Ly,L!s Ic i.
'I may m t,be bo over ctn .-'vint,!!
: ' 1 ho. n-fi f . .. v. "j'fcljwt to
' : r " i " l pi r si'txtly
' i f : - : t
AT BLACK JIOUHTAIN
"Blind Tifcr apttred By Uncle Sam.
' Karriag e.' Loss By Firtj Weather
' . . Clear an4 Cold. ,, .
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Buok Mochtais, Dee. 86. Chrlstmu
week, 'which Is usually the liveliest in
all the year, wu anything but .tame in
this ordinarily tranquil little town. We
have had more than our pro rata of ex
citement, and now that it Is all over, oar
nerves fill ' back into their every day
condition with a dull thud. Chriatmu
day was an Idle one. The weather wu
clear and cold, and the country was
covered with snow. Itwu a day to re
mind one most keenly of the origin ot
this great festlval,and one which prompt
ed him to Join heart and soul in singing
the beautiful anthem "Peace on earth
good wil to men,"-Following will be
found a few of the events which served
to render the week a memorable one at
In all prohibition towns, with possibly
a few exceptions, there Is elwsys a living
aggressive, and irrepressible evil, com
monly known u the "Blind Tiger." To
the uninitiated it may be well to at ate
that the"Blind Tiger"is only a nick name
for a place where liquor is retailed with
out license, and In open defiance of law
and order. Black Mountain being a dry
town, hu alww boasted such a luxury,
and all the efforts of government sleuth
hounds to Weak up tbe evil, have hereto
fore proven impotent and unavailing.
Trap after trap hu been set and sprung,
but the bird always escsped. Scheme af
ter scheme hu been set on foot, but
nothing definite resulted. The liquor
continued to be sold, In quantities either
large or small to suit the purse of the
Last Tuesday night, however, wit
nessed a decided change of conditions.
It saw the "Blind Tiger" bearded In his
den, and his abundant supply of moun
tain dew confiscated by the ruthless ser
vants of Uncle Sim, d only two days
before Cariatmu 1 On Chrlstmu morn
Ing there were bright faces and happy
hearts a plenty In the town, but there
were also dry palates, and hard words.to
burn It was truly a dry Chrlstmu for
more than one.
The circumstances leading up to, and
Including the raid on Tuesday night are
briefly as follows:
Immediately north of the Mount Mit
chell Hotel is a cottage owned and occu
pied In summer by Mrs. James Weather-
J . . .... T. T . ,
ley oi Birmingiiam, &ia. uunug- mo
winter for the sake of protection the
cottage lis occupied by a man named
Tirney together with his family. Tirney
Is a man who is always on the lookout
to stake a dollar. With him possession
Is nine points of the law, consequently
the exact manner in which he makes the
dollar outs little or no Ice. The important
thing with him is to get it, the manner
In wh'ch it is got, is a secondary con
sideration. : In casting his eyes around
for a soft easr war to get a living, his
mind hit npon the Idea of running a
"Blind Tiger-" That wu several win
ters ago". Suffice it to say that he acted
on tha thouzht and since (hat time he
hu been conducting a flourishing bus!
ness in defiance of all laws both State
and national. ' Last Tuesday night he
saw his flnlshA It requlru but a few
worda to tell how it happened. When
the train from Asheville rolled in en the
day in question three grim vlsaged men
alighted at the station. Who they were
or whither they were bound ho body
knew. But they soon laid to rest U
doubts as to their Intentions. Wlihost
a moment's hesitation they went ' as
straight to Tlrney's home m their legs
would carry themj, Once ' there, In the
name of Uncle Sam, (for they were reve
nue officers) they began a Bearchofthe
premises. In a short while they unearth
ed sixteen gallons of sore, genuine, un
adultrated mountain dew. ThN they
promptly took In charge, and when they
returned to Aahevllto took it along with
them. In the meantime Tlntey made
good his escape to the mountains. There
he hu been in hiding since Tuesday
until today when he was Captured by a
crowd who were hunting him. He wu
taken to Ashevjlle and wlll oo given a
hearing tomorrow. Thus ilendeth the
harrtnroNi uncheckered career of the
Black Mountain "Blind Tiger."
Santa Clans Is not the only bright
light which shines forth at Christmas
tide, the general opinion to the contrary
ot-withstanclihg In every age and In
ery dime, Cupid has always divided
the honors, and now and then even By
aaa takea a liand In tne festivities. This
Chtdstmai' wmk hu been one it hich
the Setter : manifested himself, at Dlack
Mountain ami as a consequence, there
are lust i wo more heart that beat m
one. The event referred to, was the
msrrtsg of Mjss Janet Marie Allred to
Mr Chartes Conky Dougherty which
took Dlacai at the Methodist Church on
Christmas Eve ' The church wu beauti
fully decorated with holly and mistletoe
and a large number of friends and ac
quaintances were gathered lowliness
the ceremony. The attendants were
MlHU I Sadie ', Dougherty and nettle
Green: Messrs -Richard W. Campbell o.
Asheville, and Walter L. Dougherty.
The ushers were Messrs C. Whit Gas
kins and WUllam C. Green. Rev. R. a
Eakrtdge of Swannanoa performed the
ceremony according? to the ritual of the
Presbyterian churoh. Klu Kent of
Montreat presided at the organ. 'The
bride Is a daughter of J. J. Allred Eiq
and la a beautiful snd accomplished
yea" j wemsn. Tie coota is a young
After the wedding a reception wu held
at the home of tbe bride's parents where
numerous friends were present to ex
tend their eongiatulatlons and good
The many friends of Mr Wa S Guklns
will regret to learn ot a misfortune
which befell him on Chrlstmu eve. His
bam which contained, his winter supply
hay and feed wu burned to the ground.
Fortunately the fire wu discovered in
time to aave the hones and vehicles.
The lou waa between $75.00 and $100.00
Mr. Guklna la firm la the opinion that
the fire wu of Incendiary origin,
and la determined to bring the guilty
i to justice. We trust that he will
succeed In the effort.
- v. .-: J. E.C.
t The Vedder , lyres Matter.
Special to Journal. .
Rilkgh, Dec, 89, Commissioner Wil
lis of Charleston S. C, Mr Baylus Cade,
Waynesvllle, and Mr Isler, of Goldsdoro,
are here examining the recorda regard
ing Vedder Ayres lands in this State.
These lands are in Jones County. The
Commissioners werej.appolnted by the
Government to conduct the sale for the
State, and the Vedder Ayres heirs, as
there hu been contest regarding these
Baptist Church Festival. Tobaceo Crop
next Year Will be Poor!
Dec 29. Christmas over everything
went off quietly and smoothly. Ne
drnnks, no fights and no accidents here
Dr S E Eoonce, wife and child return
ed Sunday from a visit to relative In
Mr J T Hood returned Monday morn
ing from a Christmas visit to friends and
relatives In Virginia. .
The Baptists of the '.place will give a
church festival at the academy, on Jan
uary 6 1903 all are cordially Invited to
attend and enjoy this occasion which Is
to be the .crowning 'event of the season
In the way of festivities.
The smallpox seems to be pretty well
hsndled In this county there have been
two families who have had It, but each
family caught it frompartles from James
City. Not a single case has spread
from the two families in this county, up
to this writing.
There is very little sickness reported
by the doctors in this vicinity.
The tobacco farmers seem very care
less about the next Jcrop of tobacco they
uy the combination of the American
and Imperial tobacco Companys hu had
such a lowering effect on tobacco that
the 1901 crop will be very small.
Mr Harry Brogdon of Trenton is visit
ing friends in this place.
Mr John W Perry left here lut Fri
day for an extended visit in Eastern
North Carolina, the object of this visit
will develop later on In the seuon.
Mr Graham Eoonce left here lut Sat
urday for a visit to his family near Stella
Hauling cutting and burning wood
seems to occupy most of the time of our
people now u this Is the first real win
ter weather we have had this season'
CmiClTSA SOAP, to cleanse the skin
ef crusts and scales snd soften the thick
snsd cuticle, C0TICUKA OINTMENT,
to Instantly allay itching, Inflamma
tion, and irritation, and soothe and heal,
and CTJTICUSA BIS0LVXNT PILLS,
as eooland dsaue the blood. ' A SIN6L9
SIT ef these great skin curativM la
often sufficient to cure the most tortur
: ing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleed
Ing, crusted, scaly, and pimply akin,
scalp, and blood humours, with lou of
hair, when all elu fails.
r.lilliono off Pcoplo
Vsa Crmcxraa Boat, assisted by Ctmcuaa
OnrrvBirr, for proserrlnu, pari tying, ant
' beaattfytns the skin, for el earning the scalp
ot cruets, scales, sad dandruff, and tbe stop.
ping of falling hair, for softening, whitening,
and toothing red, rough, and sore hands, for
bahr raahos, Itching, and ehaflngs, and for
aU the purDOsas of the toilet, bath, and nun.
err. Millions ot Women use Ctmctraa Soar
In the form ot baths for annoying Irritations,
Inflammations, and excorlationa, or too free
or offensive perspiration. In tha form ot
washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for
nanv sanative, antiseptic purposes whlcn
readily sin-gent themselves to women.
Onwrma B?woi,vwT reus (Chocolate.
. f ... ;n,i f.pr t" r'lnivrain hmud
t . . - . r. art i t-. i 1 r
t . . hi irpm.-.
lv-.- . ... , 1" '
Good Things to Eat
At J. LMcDzniets.
- ' - f '. ' , ' ' ; '.' ."''
Florida Oranges, Fancy Apples, Fresh Candy, New Crop
Nuts of all kinds, Raisins, Currants, 'Citron, Prunes,' Mince
Meat, Evaporated Apples and Peaches, Fancy Malaga Crapes.
" Canned Goods of all kinda..' t, .; y. ' v 1 , ; M , .
1 JJeina'g Pickles. I also have a Wg bargain in bottle PTck-j-
lesfeaice krff bottle of JLw..Xngliglll
sizefor 10 per bottle for Next 10 Days, r , ... V
- New Crop Fancy New Orleans Molasses just received.
Yours to please, vt
3 'Phone 01.
At His tbe Close of tie Oil Tear
we thank' our citizens town and surround--ing
country for their patronage during the
past year and wish yon all a Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
Closing out the following at factory cost :
600 Mens Suits, broken sixes, Price $1 48 up.
850 Boys Suits, sizes from 4 to 17, Price 98c up,
550 Mens Pants, broken sizes, Price 69c up,
850 prs Mens Shoes to close out at 98c up,
400 prs Ladies Shoes to close out at 98o up,
500 prs Childrens School Shoes to close out leu .
than factory cost
1360 yards White Domestic worth 6c, reduced to
1500 yards Calico, worth 5c, reduced to 8jc yd,
600 yards Bed Wool Flannel, worth 85e reduced
to 22Je. "
500 Mens Lyon Brand Shirts. worth tl 35 reduced
OTA 11 domestic goods at eat prices only 10 yds
to a customer, everyone buy for themselves.
Come one, come all and examine these
goods before baying elsewhere. '
We thank one and all for past patronage
and solicit a continuance of same during
the New Year. Our prices will be lower
than ever before . Respectfully,
75 Middle St. next to Cask ill Hdw. Co., New Bern, N. C
Ladies Silk Waists !
Black, Navy, Lavender, Light Blue
Baskets that were $1 60 now
$1 17, were tl 85 now $1 80, were
$1 15 now 68c, were 45o now 80c. v
Hampers, Lunch Baskets,' Cellar
Baskets, Glove Baskets and numer
ous other kinds.
Neat Card Receivers and Bows
and Arrows and Picture Frames, ;
All At Cost.
fr EE OUR
M Get A Caleilar fsr W.
Cor. Middle & S. Front Sti.
; BRANCH OFFICE . . -
MURPHY Ci CO.,
17 Craven "., t,
Phone 33. t:Z"f I . T, IT. C.
Main Oilice, 61 T. " , I' v Y( '
JIoii(ra)e ni" ':". I !
PrivBta w -it) ! ,t Y. ..
i:' ' l) ' - r- "'1':
71 Bread Stf
for Candies? Raisins, Apples, OranMs,
Bananas, in fact everything that it takes
to make a complete stock for Panta
Clans. We invite you to call and ex
amine our stock before buying, . Our
gooas are fresh and Prices Low,
that Christmas has pass:d rst' ."-'i
our friends one and all f r 1" 'r
liberal patronage and v. 1 . ' '. j
a rrorpcrous and Ilrpry I'- ' '
"WE INVIT2 TOuil AT. -
tion to cur. i : : : '