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"NEW BERNE. NC, JULY tl, 1882.
t: -M-J -I" Winston ; II e .us?
' . . Corn, $1.10 per bushel.
N, C Hams,20c. Ver' to'.
Shoulders 18c V" "
. . Beeswax, 22c "
- - ---- - ... -
" n m . is
; uKiesary, xue per id.
" y - -- f Chickens' 85 to 50c ner nair.
i' Eggs, 13c per dozen.
t e i Mj !WA Rullipa left on Stfriday
morning for. the Horner school at
TeeVe tThiteoS States Cbnoerta moral
" - t how' .will perform at Kinston on Mou-
..: : Henry T. Riohardson. of Sand-Hill
--f - 1 '.' T A -- . 4.1. JlT.ll m I
naticm ; fcrfllisfeef Deeds.:.-'-,!
i A 5l - 'ttoBScropS; iin rioodington
Tewmliip mthfe-county ire represented
;j r u to bexceedingly premising jrvv jv t
v ; Toiwt ir,to-n AH,i.rIL Xk,v :
f oldest inhabitant i this, county. . v.:.
- cS to-day for AsheviUe and the moun-
i- However,' it is the making of thsorn.
- .. . iuaiI Hill. Ilr. K. M. Ii)wunil Him
Sebe-JHU wsaehed - homBThnrsoay
S W ; -
- f V The -Wilson Canvention pans out" new
iJ, I singl hallatit. r?, a ? i. & J
V J Mr. Barney Stroud, a merchant of this
P q Plcejt aiea here -or aalaraar fever, n
; r ia "ip msxant. tie naa oeen sick
- - about three weeks r : ,
4 vThat Jgeinal and Intellectual Iimb oft
the- law J Georee JSountree Esa. of
-wi Brooklyn-, KY.v was inJ Kinston "last I
Marrying improves him.
f ? The ?jewela'met at ifcej court -house
,v'; this morning and discussed the Wilson
convention and, tike the invention; ad-
iourned without making A- nomination.
Cl i the ciih m&nbex 6l the-Inferior 4m'rt
aays v'to temper the -wind to the shorn
lamb" will always-bfl hit sweetest judi?Uiti Ti&trljily came in from 'Hyde on
.: viai puasure. -l ho untie uiu . ue pro -
- teeted. V : : ? ;r, vvt?t' i -
t ChauneyGray presented us to-day
. 4 the finest peach, we, have seen this sea-
son st ia a Delaware in size and flavor
county. . A r-- . - - . . . :
- Now is the auspicious time for Coir
M tG. C. Clarfe to strike the tide that lead
to fortune, 1 ach an -opportunity. igf
not often within a. life time.
Miss Gertrude Hooker and Miss Em
. ma Carrof Greene county; are visiting
. at Mrsr . us Myers in- junston.' . Miss
; . Sal lie Grimsly, also of Greene, has been
' j stopping witnijr. uryan.
- IT TT- J 1 M ' X I
- MclCoy at Clinton on the 18th inst., was
v bonded in one thousand dollars loappear
: - . MUUl M all U1M VUUII W UJSWItf
: - rthe kUIinot lwia'obrni" "T
i Eev.'C. W. Howard has sold hiflliouse
f " and lot in Kinston, adjoining the lot of
; 5': - MrSv N. ilyers to ilr- Kelly, of Jones
s.countyv- for $1150 cash.: , Mr; Howard
v m . will occupy. e. prem&a until , Janua
s j V Captl W. : G. EasberrW. tfie Vlucky
.- - i g lawyer." of Jones county, is, spokeif:
: I as the Liberal candidate for Solicitor in
the 3d juJicial4wtrict to fanout.the
'-"-S-;-..ty ri"5 5' ? i i.4 . ..
T-: . ,T Jas.' Hi Banks, nvingf nkr the p$tto
; t lliila" jja. lAnoir coant A. 4oak last Morxlav
."-i ..ialong the public toad, hia. pockeC, ook
iVcontamiag$140.i : He-after w
-. -- uie uooit uo uui ruaa dui wa buiimt
il i gone. . ... ' , . i ji ,f littf tr
. . The wire pullers and intriguers of the
: -'Wilson 'Convention ."exhausted their
crrjowerBMA48tupendons nort not to
. - make a nomination- Laiaaez foire is the
. cry j- oixne -pouticians ana we are
-:-. i driftinflri.. , k .jk..-v v
; The biff black ho of J.H. Phinr
V; seceded last f Thursday, leaving; the
. V? "aforesaid J. R." witlbonlythe- buggy
. ana me wmp. - ine none kicked loose
'. and took the railroad track ' to -the
t bridge before stopping: f
- i Frank - Browne Esa . ' sem cst Teuton
' tBrowBLofc. Jones.-county, is the libera
i . candidate for State Senator in the 9th
1 k district, composed, of the -counties of
Jones, uarteret and Onslow. Thesk
' Brown boys "succeed like success J
'.It is represented, that the city inem
1ii'ber of our Inferior Court is ' raising" a
- - fine croppf grasses T and -weeda on Jiia
-' model farm., north of Kinston. The
2 Lousin Swamp Agricultural Club'sliould
4ake S note of ' the - 'Jud ra s ' i icpa 1 i n
f f arming.- jis,ft VV'.-'-?' - '-
l3;,::ara 'Yfe&h characterized hfa iecup:
jrjir wcswab . iinr nioumiM
. the Congressional delegate is not so de
, preciatory being little to do&nd plenty
-, . to get ijerhapa five hundred dollars or
.- a fat afSce. - V I --s 't . '
: ? A delegate Ufthe Wilson Convention
on the 19th save all the wUd animla
I . were turned, loose on hinx at the same
time, which frightened ' him so badly
"- that he forgot to report ttie condition of
.- j j l -
1 nis crop Rt1 -"ivei fus damaered ks a del-
egate aijuJ. an 1' paid, Poor fellow.
J. W. Grainger is having quite a boom
m; selling rmicbmery. . Hq , has sold, I
sinpe oh return irom .Virginia about I
three weeks age, over ten thousand dol
nif lara worth ; C engines, jsaw, mills and
-other machinery. ' The sales were prin.
eipally made in ; Jones, Onslow.' and
uui, s(TB nawx-uoT juiorawi wiu 1
speak througb,the aame telephone att
; Seven Springs on the 19th instant.
Carious people wish to know with wbaj
" place that glittering saint, Gov. Jarvia,
b bow tempting the old "child of the
i skies;,r perhaps it mayie Boutwell's
iHole in the sky" to which the Governor
- . . " tv . .. MriiAii v . mj rwv. rw 1,1 in
. nopea to ,oe. the . Merqury. to ftak the
vlEx-Gwejo-s Wlyroyal Txnirsion
, The consensus of public, opinion calls
-ior-our ttarx to necome a candi
. . date for COTgress; i ;th 2d disrifcU 'A.
shrewd" Republican conversant -with
-.Wta sentiment, aysj 2'If ,Coli Clark
"will announce himselr a candidate for
Uocgrest ixuid tstnAlA ( Uet districti-rfi.
r-j j cussin ? the county government system,
lie' will win a seat in the next Congress
isaprfis uaca Tsatesia spite ocjae
inee or toe VYilaon convention."
r AOnaiCcra fUUlm. -
. ,4. - friend at Loco, .Onslow county,
" e'nJs Us an account of s big com hill-..-
v. iogstlJndt, B.f Carroll's on the 18th.
Mr G- WV'Smlth--waslhe-thampion
r., ;,coni UJer.of thecrow'in.the fore
t, jv-.noon JLamas, Rigga and Root. B. Parsons
were the leaders in the afternoon. Thus
tiif'some.hven will wort hard' before a
.:'eexf 4innerr while others- bad rather
have the dinner firet. Our correspond
"eTSrsthat'Mi'r CartoTlVcorh Is very
e-andthatth day1 wdrkifwUl add
f tout tea harrelsA Mutton, ham, chick
en egetablea, and in fact every good
thing, were handed around in abun
K dance. Mr. Carvotl has recently put up
a steam grist mill, the first in the
neighborhood, mnd nnr Anmnnnm)pit
ifC iwanWSAlator taiiHoW tii et an appro
propriation? f or White Oak river. , He
may. rest asswred .that.. Ransom- can get
it iTany-frrmg' man -can; ' He says the
prospecu for farming grow brighter
every year, mow land is put tn cultiva-
i -- tion and H is generally better cultivated
" than formerly.
- t- ."V, .
T New BeraVltems.
-." F. S. JSrnul hadjia on Saturday a cot
ton leaf 7x9.
One bale of wool sold at the Exchange
Friday for 221 centa per pound.
Mr. J. L, Ithem thlnka cotton is dam
aged by the heavy rain,., especially On
light lands. - -w?
The new passenger building awfc&ick
et office at tho Midland depot is spsaring
completion: "The work of reniQinthe
track has begun. ':' .
? The coast cable across Topsail sounds
parted about the 20th of June, is nor.
being replaced by the signal service of
Beaufort in charge of Mr., Lewis Leo
nard - v ;
Mr. B.J. Brock kindly 'remembered
us f with a basket of fine peaches on
Wednesday. lie has sold from one
little tree this season $4.00 worth of
fruit. -; ' -
Messrs. F. G. Simmons and Jonathan
Haven are collecting lumber ona lot op
posite the Cotton Exchange for a build
ing in which they will open as" cotton
Va ' ;
informed by a prominent
1 Greenbacker of this county that John F.
'Wooten of Lenoif seems to be the
choice of the Greeneackers of Craven
nr fVriTRSi if he will araant of their
The Excursion of the steaier Trent
upNeuse "river to Seven Springs in
Wayne county next Friday -and Satur
day $ will, be a pleasant jon$, ;-. Mr. L.
Harvey from- Kinston says he learns
there will be; a large crowd going up
from Kinston. - ,
We have before us the Annual Cata-
loeue of .La Grange Academy., with
list of 83 pupils, Of whom six went from
uouu7,1"0' x r?uu'l'al8' T.' ,
riyoyner ansJn.urpuy,-Bave a Tery mgn
reputation for scholarship and success
1 ul experience as teachers.
The steamer Nense arrived from Kin-:
ston Thursday i -evening; iwith navrff
stores, corn, watermelons and the fol
lowing passengers i Miss Lizzie Biddle
t Charles Suttofe' JL? Tuck. Wi
le EvrelW. Gaskinsv Larmyette Kirk-
1 a-r.. K-j - . i ii'n j--l j
Dennis Casawam i,r
-nne ijwer xqr- jarrivea -irom , nyaea
county on Wednesday night with the
following passengers: T. W. Mayheiri;
H."U.. McCIoud, K. H.TunneU, Jr., jl
Weston; D, W. Wilkinson, S. J. Beclc-
"with. J. D. Weston, A L Credle, Mrs.
L. C .CANHa. M344 Sadler. Swindell- G
i srxmray evening bringing the following
Kst!of passengers: Dr. Mann, Dr, ft.H.
I bunmonsy Misses lafy and -Carrie and
Jennie Simmoris.'Mf.W. G.' Murray and
wite, mjbb Maggie. Murray and; Mr. E.
I TX- Stonier ? ' Fir
I nions are on a pleasure trip to More
There will be a Union Meeting of the'
tee- Wili Baptist Church at Kit Swamp
in Craven county, commencing on Fri
day before the 5th Sunday.in. Julv; and
a similar. meeting at Bachelor's .Creek
in same county at same time. We learn
from Elder Hearne that although, these
meetings are held in the same county
tney are or amerent circuits, -. . h
vr Among the freights carried Ouf hv the
St out Thursday were 400 bushels of
wheat;, from Falling Creek Lenoir
county ; 900 bushels of oats shipped by
Jtteaaowa; ; su tons ot cotton seed
meal by A. B. Denniaon; 400,000 wooden
plates by Capt. S. B. Gray; 5,000 water
melons and. a lot of naval stores from
Smithfield the -first shipped via the
idland Bailway. -1 .'
; We observed on the down train Satur-ay-night
Mr. J. A. Pridgen and family of
.Kinston, lieo. jr. Kountree of Brooklyn,
N-Y.j Geov'N.-Jves and family and C
E.Slover -and -wif ef of the city.
iiie express orac at tnis place
melons whkh weighed in the aggregate
i cuuma u ikuciku. auu touwu uv
oeu7 suui owio vrees.
I ceived Tuesday morning four water -
"'Among the arrivals, on the Shenan
doah Tuesday i morning?! was Joseph
Salomonsky of Elizabeth City. We
learn that he is to open a beer bottling.
establishment Bergner & Engel pret
ty soon. - . . ::i i
MDoLiWharton J. Green received the
nomination for Congressman at the
Warsaw Convention on Thursday night
on the 96th ballot. ' Shackelford devel
oped 162 votes when about 220 ware ne
cessary for ciioice under the two thirds
Tit Ralmla Ilrde.
1 In talking with Dr. Simmons of Fair
field, Hyde county, we learn that the
heavy rains on Friday and Saturday last
flooded a large oortion of his countv.
He was apprehensivr of .some damage
to crops, but at the time he left it was
1100 spealr with any certainty
CoL John N. Whitford found in the
city yesterday thee old flag of the 67th
regiment. It had been ' securely kept
I these many years by Mr; H. C. White
I hurst of this city-,, who -carrfed it during:
the war as color bearer of the regiment.
The Colonel carried it down to the re-
: union to-dayi- : i 1
. Mr. James Hancock, who lives across
the river from New Berne, runs a scroll
saw and turning lathe, by sail. Captain
Thompson .was out' Bailing yesterday
evening, ana seeingva revolving sail on
the other side of the rivef fie made-fort
it, ana upon arriving . he found that Mr.
Hancock was making better use of wind
than he was.
1 : r vjt- ,
V srafiimg, agent, Mr. C.C Taylor,
reports the rieecrooe seen on his Hyde
county trip were exceedingly fine. Mr.
I. F. Bell near Juniper Bay has eight
acres which he expects to yield six hun
dred bushels. , This is a crop that might
beincreased in this portion of the State.
The rice mill of Mr. P.liiaW ! wilt
- . j
market -for it
f Mr;!Wni;.G. Bryan lost on Saturday
morning. one hundred dollar green
back.' Luckily he had taken notice of
the, number of the bill and could identi
fy ltif-fouud. Late'in the 'evening he
found the bill at Mr. Hanff 's,t who had
it from a colored lady from the country,
who had invested 4n a $75 organ. It is
a great pity .for the; good lady, to be thus
bereft of a nice musical instrument.
"Frank are you going to spend any
money in the Liberal campaign this 4
summer r' asked a cotton broker of the
Richland's Liberal on Friday.
"No, not a cent. Nobody ever spent
any money -.fighting Frank Koonqe's
political battles, and he don't propose
to put in any now. We are going to
win this fight on arguments and princi
ples." . New IKeaagerfcr.
The cotton exchange room now re
sembles a first ciass Menagerie. On en
tering tne door we behold, over the
mantlepiece at the West end of the
room, T; A. Green's1 Lion with his right
paw upoii "Bagging and ties," on the
left is Humphrey & Howard's Elephant
carrying the news;' on the right is
K. B. Jones' Tiger carrying the flag of
King. Cotton-rr Bagging .and .ties; just
behind the tiger is Redmond with Berg
ner & Engel for the whole Menagerie,
Cotton Exchange and all.' 'The work is
very creditable to the painter, M. Berry.
A Sew Gate. -
Mj. Nelson Whitford has onv exhibi
tion, a the entrance to his rCart House,
S patent gat which will be of great con
venience on large farms, where there
are mauy gates, when they shall have
been adopted.. Any. one approaching
thegate'in buggy, cart, wagon or on
Jiorse back can open and shut it without
BjS&tbBfiUng. : it worsts ute a charm.
The follo1wag?BeBsengers went oiit
vesterdavuDn the- steamer Shenandoah
UtSi G. W. -McLean for Syracuse, N. Y.;
,Jtn. 4.. jzugues, mra.r o. amati
wood, Misses F. B. and- M. B. Small
wood and Mr. E. W.Smallwood, for
Long Island, N. Y.; Mr;E. S. Hughes
for Baltimore: Mrs. Newberry and chil
dren, Misses-Mary E; Tatum and Bettie
Hargett; and Captain W.? E. Carhart for
Elizabeth CJkv;nd Mf. Mai shall Park
Jackson for Norfolk. ..-..T..
We cave some time ago some extracts
from an articfk prepared by Edward At
kinson shawi: Y how much the South
could save by fiareful ginning of cot
ton. The article is attracting attention
and we have' a letter from Mr. John
Pearce of Polloksville, who wishes to
adopt the suggestion if he can get- more
for his cotton. We think it can be
proved that cotton buyers have hereto
fore offered a premium for dirt, for the
difference in prices Of clean and dirty
cotton would not equal the extra weight
made by the dirt. We hope a pew era
naa dawned and that careful handling
will receive its recompense.
News froua WUbom. :
From thateleerams given below all
r was not smooth sailing at the Convention,
at Wilson on Thursday. We turn the
question. over to the "Jewels" to depid0
who is nominated. " "t "
Wilson, N. C, July 20th. O'Hara is
nominated. The Hubbs delegates with-
tdrew from tne iJonvention and will
L. J. Moore.
Wilson, N. C, July 20th. Hon. O,.
Hubbs ia officially announced as being
nominated, by the Convention, having
been endorsed by a majority of the legal
. . s. Jno. S. Manix.
GlatttSe Htm. .-l '
: Mr. Alex. Mfllec, inntaking the can
vass for t3raded School, called btf a
lady-MK wOrks-:'daily for her living.
and s soon .as- ha expktined his business
She remarxed that she was glad he bad
come, that she had read about the school
in the - JOURNAL . and was glad to see
steps taken towards establishing one.
Mr. Miller began to explain what great
good the school would do for New Berner.
when the good lady stopped him and
informed him that she came from
country where Graded Schools were in
operation and she knew all about the
good that it would accomplish. With
this sh4 directed him to put down $25
for her and if it was necessary she would
pay more if she could. We have yet to
hear of any one at all acquainted with
the Graded School system condemn
The KlndoB Lauaebed.
Saturday evening a considerable
crowd OTsombled. in Howard 's ship yard
to witness tbe launching of the boat be
tag built by : Mr. J. M. Howard for the
At 3 octock, p. m., she was cut loose
and glided towards the water, but called
a halt just before' reaching it. The
genius of the builder soon started her
again and she .landed into the water
A shout went up from the crowd while
Mr. G. F. M. Dail and Capt. Roberts of
the Newse each broke a bottle of cham
paign over her head, and Mr. W. D.
Wallace broke a bottle of cognac Over
her stern: the flags were unfurled and
the Kinst on was christened.
The Kinston is 104 feet long, 191 feet
beam, 24t over all, 4 foot hold, draws 2
inches forward, 13 aft, . and will carry
about 250 bales cotton. She is intended
for the waters-of -Neuse river audits
tributaries, and will be a great" con
venience to shippers along this line."'
Howard 's ship yard has a reputation
for good work and we doubt not this
reputation will be sustained in the
We noticed a crate of B. P. Sale's beer
on the ship yard; it was locked, and
Capt. Roberts had the key. The bottles
were emptied after the launching.
Success to tne Kinston, . to its clever
owner, and to its builder.
On inquiring from the Secretary and
Treasurer of the A. & N. C. R. R., we
learn that the $20,000 lease money due
from the Midland road on July 1st has
not yet been paid. As a matter of in
terest to our. readers we quote section
IS oftheXease made to the Midland by
the Atlantic road :
Sixteenth, It is further agreed that if
the party of the second part shall make
default in the payment of the sums of
money they have agreed to nay as rent
al semi-annually hereafter for thirty
days pr more, after the same shall be
come due and payable, or if it shall
make default' in the payment of any
part thereof, or if it shall fail to keep on
deposit such sums of money or equiva
lent in bonds as it has herein covenan
ted to do, then the party of the first-part
upon giving at least thirty days notice to
the party of the second part, shall have
the right, should the party of the second
part still remain in default, to dispose of
ana apply tne saia deposits to any un
paid rent, and to enter upon and re
sume possession of said Railroad, and all
said other property, rights, franchises,
etc, of every kind and description.
Wfco is !!aalatA. .V
The following printed list k handed us
for fmblicajjonr - -";vr
vvijubok, i.;.; jury aaitn., iiho.
We the TunderBignedtnetifther ressay
larly elected as delegate yto the Con
gressional Convention of the Seoaad
District of North- Carolina in Conven
tion assembled did endorse and ratify
the nomination. of Hon. J. E. O'Hara.
of Halifax county as the Candidate of
the Republican Party to represent said
District in the 48th Congress of the Uni
ted States. .
R: S. Taylor, of Edgecombe county
Hilliard Knight "
John D. Grimsley '
Martin Murphy '
J. T. Sharp
John W. Pope '
H. R. Deloach '
C A. Scott '
Jonah Williams '
H. Ll Grant '
L. W. Shepard '
J. H. Hannon - "
W. H. Harrison "
J. J. Wood
C. Faison kl
S. G. Newsom "
Benefit f Advertising.
: It is natural that we direct ' attention
-to an item in -our Kinston correspond
ence concerning the; sales of machinery
by Mr. J. W. Grainger. Mr. Grainger
has, for six months, kept in the Weekly
JournaEi a two column advertisement
(the largest of any in the paper) offering
various kinds of machinery for sale. He
has done this as a matter of business and
not to patronize the paper, for 'it is not
published in his town, and his present
sales are proof of, what the "ad" has
done for him. There is another point
in the case worthy of being pointed out
on the part of the newspaper side of the
question this advertising has been go
ing on for some considerable time before
the heavy sales were made. Mr.
Grainger thought best to carry his "ad"
through the dull season and , his perse
verance has been rewarded.
It is natural for a newspaper to blow
about the advantages of advertising,
but facts are stubborn things and speak
for themselves. The Journal now
publishes weekly 75 quires a chcula
tion of 1800 and Daily 19 qnirfes a cir
culation of 4i8, rand he' houses its
columns may be assured that his ad
vertisement w ill be extensively, read .
Hurrah for th Graded School. . . j
The Trustees of New Bern Aeademy
held a meeting on Tuesday evening and
the foHowinsr erentlemen
were elected to
fill the seven vacancies now ' exisitin
Messrs. Geo. Allen; T. A. Green, Alex
Miller, L. H. Cutler, W. M. Watson,
Elijah Etlja and EfHMeado ws. .
The Joubnax, takesi great pleasure in
endorsing this action,. These men are
representatives of the best commercial
interests of the city, and the old Board
has .shewn-: good judgment in their se
lection. We feel like raising a shout of
jubilee for the Graded School is now a
fixed fact. How it is to.be started and
when, we make no suggestion. We be
lieve the old and new members - will
work together most harmoniously for
New Berne's good, and that they are
well competent to decide about all the
As to what the Educational Associ
ation will do, we apprehend there will
be no difficulty. Fifteen Members of
this Association are now on the Board
of Academy Trustees, and we have no
doubt this Association will be willing
to turn over their money to the Acade
my, which now represents, in its men
ben, the Public School fund, the Orirtin
fund, the Educational Association and
the Academy fund. All that the mem
bers of the Association wanted was
proper .representation and this has ' now ,
been obtained, and now there is nothing
ra the -way for a powerful, u raited,
School.: It might be well for the Astso
,IATip?c to preserve its organization in
ardor U collect the money and to devise
some plan about raising money in the
future ; Put there will be no trdtrble
About the details. Let us rejoice that
we will now have the school.
Your Sum In Print.
Misses Corinne and Mary Hatch
Harrison left Monday morning for the
Warm Springs in Madison county, N. C.
Mrs. W. J. Street of Kinston, is visit
ing relatives in the city."
The old Southerner war horse, Dossey
Rttt-lA ,i '.Wn v.i Ti 11.1 hu ilia mi 1 r
passed down. to. Morenead City Monday,
nigljit.f , " ' " ..... .
.. . Col. Jnoi D. Whitford returned from
Raleigh Monday night. .
Mr. Jacob F. Parrott of Lenoir pasaed
down to Morehead Monday night on the
Mr. Wm. Cleve of Vanceboro is in the
city. He says it is hot necessary to ask
a man about crops; if he has a good one
his countenance will show it. i .
Messrs. T. C. Whitaker, C. II. Foy
and Jimmie Heritage, all Trenton mer
chants, were in town on Friday. They
report that politics are getting lively .
tnat (Japt. icasberry has a plan ot courjty
governments that the crops in the upr
per part of the county are very fine,
Bnd there was a grand picnic at Pleas
ant Hill on Thursday. i
Mr. E. R. S. Tull, of Lenoir, was -in
the city on Tuesday visiting Mr. Wm.
Hollister. , v- , tl
Mr. Jos. B. Banks, of Jones county,
was in the city Tuesday. He says
crops in his neighborhood are not d&fn'-'
aged yet by wet weather, and he never
saw cotton and corn grow faster. Says
he gets out to work very early and very
often forgets to go to breakfast uhtil
10 o'clock. -
Gov. Jarvis, Mrs. B. F. Nunn, Mrs. W.
J. Street, Mr. L: Harvey and family of
Kinston and M. D. W. Stevenson of the
city, were among the passengers for
Morehead City Tuesday night.
River and Marine,
The following arrived on Sunday
The schooner Cora, Capt. Jones, from
Swan Quarter with corn consigned to
Burrus & Co. -
The schooner Martha, Capt. Pattuok
from Washington, corn consigned to
Burrus & Co.
The schooner M. Carrie, Gibbs, mas
ter, from Wysocking with com con
signed to Burrus & Co.
The sloop Elsey, M. White, master.
from Newbraskawith corn consigned to
Burrus & Co.
The schooner S. Francis, Ben Doug
lass, master, com consigned to Burrus
The schooner CoW, Capt. Ben Payne,
from Newbraska with corn consigned
to Burrus & Co.
The schooner Lucretia, Capt. Barna
Peel, from Middleton With cargo of corn
consigned to J. A. Meadows. .t
The schooner Ella Hill, Capt. Ben Hill, .
from Philadelphia, with cargo of coal
consigned to Geo. Allen.
The schooner Helvin, Capt. Sabastin,
from Philadelphia, with cargo of coal
consigned to Elijah Ellis.
'The schooner Boston arrived on Sun
day in ballast from Philadelphia and
loading witn lumber at the roster
The schooner Adventure, Elijah D.
wuiisuapt., arrived- from J?airneid on
Tuesday with cargo of corn consigned
to Burrus & Co.
The schooner Elmvra, Maishal Swin
dell; Capt; arrived from Juniper Bay on
Tuesday with cargo of coi n consigned
to J. A. Meadows.
' The ' new schooner .V. W. Hall, Capt.
Walker, arrived yesterday from Phila
delphia with a cargo of coal for Mr.
Elijah Ellis. This is her maiden trip.
The steamer Neuse, Capt. Boberts, left
for Kinston on Tuesday witli a good
cargo of general merchandise.
Pink Hill (Lenoir Co.) Items-
Corn and cotton crops are looking ex
ceedingly well, and are being watered
freely by nice copious showers.
Old Mr. Slade Waters was buried
Friday evening. He died oh the 10th.
He had been a county pauper f for some
As your correspondent has just finish
ed up his corn crop, he now expects to
take a ramble in the neighborhood to
look at the crops, etc.
Mr. 1 Henderson Kinsey stayed with
us a few nights ago on his way to visit
his daughter- Mrs. W. B. Murrill, in
islow county. He gave us a brief ac
count of Mis visit to Maryland, which
Death has again visited the house of
our neighbor, Wm. A. Jones, on the
evening-of the 14th, and taken as its vic
tim his little babe Zella May, aged 21
months. But a few weeks ago this
sweet little babe was separated by death
from her dear mother, one is now
gone to look for her mother among the
angels in heaven. The bereaved has
'Gen. Green" having had such a
strong hold on your writers farm,
caused him to neglect sending in the
report of wheat crops, etc. The thresh
ing machine bought of J. W. urainger
worked splendidly, with the exception
of the fan. Our not having learned to
run it well may be the cause. It drops
so much gram over that it keeps a hand
somewhat busy to carry back
company will meet soon and make
preparations for the agent to run it.
We made very good time, threshed
8,000 bushels grain in the township,
about 1,800 of which was wheat. This
township, which is small, but a few
years ago made scarcely any small
grain. We have made an increase of
upwards of 500 bushels over last year.
think your writer would be safe in
saying mat n averageu twelve uusneis
to the acre. . Among those who raised
the nicest grain and made the best yields
were J. K. Noble, J. E. B. Noble" J. R,
Tyndal, A. G. Tyndal, J. R. Howard,
Barnett Howard, Win. A. Jones, P. S.
and J. G. Ei win and Wm. B. Nuuu.
La Grange It'eiri.
j Bob Joyner Was seeff nhe ' "oUier da&J.
t&rymg iaj get up a iunerfu piayiug wiui
I the' tail of a young mule. , . ' -
: M4f . Wooten has; sold 10ov .800
bushels of his crop of wheat, to' a VVil-
mington firm, for $J.20 per bushel, de
livered in tlus plact.
Rain lias been excessively plentiful
for some days. ' It is g6od for "corn, bu
may push cotton too fast. In some
places grass, afill vubourid.s.
A, E. Rouse has contracted to move
the old store, on the John Bizzel I lot, to
a lot purchased by K. E. Bizzell oh the
south side of the Railroad. -v t
It is whispered, "sorty easylike," that
W. M. Nettle8?-has sold his farm near
this place, to Dr., Davis, . fer the sum of
$5,500 cash . : I can 't say if it is so.
Gov. Jarvis, upon petition of a number
of our citizens, hs commissioned A. J.
Mclntyre of this 'place a Notary Public,
"with all the powers thereunto belong
"The times change and! men change
with them," and I believe men change
with their occupation.' If you should
see Capt. Jake in his, fatigue suit, he has
every, appearance of a regular engi
neer. The meeting of Co. C., 27th North
Carolina regiment advertised for Satur
day 29th inst.,- has been postponed' to
the 1st Saturday in August, at which
time the .members are requested to
meet in this place.
Thomas Sutton of Bucklesberry housed
the residue of "his potato crop this week.
f He- weighed 32 that weighed 13 pounds
good weight. There was a. "number of
others in JlieL-lot.ully-as.: large asjbhoae
weighed. I,,, , ,
..Tlie, Republican, . Congressional Cou
vention. or.(ihe eastern.portion nrf" it.
killed an ecellen niilcn (;ow for Jesse
H. Hardy on last Tuesday? ' This is not
all. the slaughtering that-will, or lias
been done, by. these guardians of. thej
cquntry. . . ,
The., new,. firm, , J-Ji Wooten and
Shade Wooten, has .procured the servi
ces of E.W. Bizzell as .clerk ; 'Lige-'
has clerked aumlJet of years in -the
tfity'and'Btatds sefeoftd- te'-nobein'Hhe '
place an that capacity! H;H'eDtntt accom-
naay the ''Jbpssoa. 'in their ; tiii North
this fall-jtiv.-i, - . ;
J,f any attempt has been,, made to get
up a Liberator Greenback party in this
place, it has been unsuccessful tliis inf.
A -very few kmOhlfs try to talk Green -backism,
but these feWare1 not of us
the Democrats they come from the oth
er side, v and we. don't propose to be
..Wiley Attmore jiuaU negro boy,
entered the store of M. S. Webb on last
Monday. The . entiance was elfected
through a back jWindow and in the ab
sence of the proprietor pr clerk. Wiley
was taken to li is fkther Who dealt but
punishment in" 'the 'old fatyle-a sound
thrashing.. ' - --
JamesWood, (coll)? better known as
"Jim Pojtlickerv'-' arrested andTa-
ken befpre His Honor the Mayor,
"charged with vagrancy, Jim finding
"all things favoi-ajole Tpr conviction,
asked to be allowed1 W hurit up bail,
when he made his sway -totf farm near
town, sought and obtained employ menti
and ha not been to town since.
D. C. Murchison, of Edwards & . Mue-;
cnison, represents insurance com pan u
m North' Carolina, Virginia, "smd else
where. He proposes to msure'Gin s and
otheir property on living terms to all.
He is also agent for several ginsvand
presses which he proposes to sell at fac
tory prices, freight added. , .
inursuay, pi last weex,. was used ova
riiihiber of the La Orarigeites and ' cfti
zen4 of the south side of Neuseih a pie
nic.way at Seven' Springs.-' "Old-.Jan
Bob" and Mrs. Old Man Bob, Conuvvav
(Groceries) and Mrs. Connway, 'who'
were so profuse in their visits to the
Springs last year, two . of ; them under
different names, were present. jji.v
.Rev. B.. W- as- Ueld.v4lie quarterly
Association of Baptist at HickoryjGroye
last Saturday and Sunday. His servi
ces as pastor is appreciated by a large
number of the congregation at that
place. The Baptist Review of which
Mr. Nash is Editor, strongly, and right
ly too, advocates prohibition. It is not
right in that organ, however, to assume;
tnat tne uemocratic party nas been, or
is now, responsible for the failure of,
prohibition, lney, tne uemocrats, pro
pose to let it remain where the people
Uiemselves have' placed it. The Repubr.
licans, I believe, assume the cause oj:
anti-prohibition. When the Englishes in
North Carolina show their hand, wiiereiJ
will the Review be found politically ?
Many favor prohibition, but would pre
fer it straight without politics.
Mr. M. A. Parker of Raleigh, leads in
Mr. Geo. T. Jones of Goldsboro, is the
champion rod fisherman and Rev. N.
M. Jurney takes the lead in trolling for
Blue fish and Mackerel.. ;
-Beaufort is alive with visitors all
seem to be enjoying life by the sea for
on this side the fun is fishing, hunting.
bathing, eating and sleeping.
The Charles carried some passengers
from this place who took an ocean pas
sage for pleasure and to see the sights
in the great Metropolis. Among them
were Mr. F. B. Mace and Carl Dun
That kind and affable New Beruian,
Mr ..Geo. N. Ives, took quite a party of
ladies and gentlemen on his sloop down
, , v , . . i ,. -rt
W me .u.pe some tiuyn au. ii, wus n.
delightful trip; about S00 fish were
caught still fishing in the hook. . ;.
I am told by the farmers from all emo
tions of the wuntjtliat the cropafe
good. The -watermelon crop has" been
somewhat late. - -Three vessels left to-day-Wifch
full cargoes of melons, two
for, .$tew YQjk and. one for Baltiniore.
I believe now more firmly--, what, I
said some time ago aboutyonr efforts to. I
..i.i.i.'tA . jif? -: r-'iw n ....... T
esiacnisii a graueu scjiooi ill rsew Dm ne,
that vou would succeed4- ' ! said it b v
way of encouragement, and I am glsd!
to seethe prospects are getting brighter.
I doubt not yovWiUjMltte&jU TJ
Among the manji visitors, swe notice
Dr. Chapman, and . .lady of Goldsboro,
"Reid Whitford anil wife of New Berhe,
Mr. Bell and 'wife 6? New Berne', are at
the Seaside. At the Ocean View is
Judge Thomas and family of New' Berner,
Dr. Huff ham and family .of Scotland
Neck. At Miss S. A. Davis', Geo. T.
Jones and family of Goldsboro, II: C
Channon and wife of Goldsboro, Mrs.
M. S. Homes of Salisbury, Mrs. E. J.
Snow of Baltimore, Mr. Hardin . and
family and Mr. M. A. Parker and fam
ily of Raleigh, Mr. Geo. N. Ives and
family of New Berne.
Oregon Mills Items.
We have a great deal of rain this
week; crops are damaged very imieh
Our villagers are leaving fur the sea
side. " E. 1. Sprirfger'fl family is at
We have uotliing very nice to offer
vou only some nice lee cream v;iler-
The Schooner J. W. Haig, is at our
wharf taking in a load of yellow pine
lumber. She carries 125,000 feet.
Crops are looking splendid, farmers
are done hilling coin, aud are plowing
their cotton,yie last time.
Rev. L. Langston, of the M. E. ( huroh.
held a protracted meeting last week at
Campbell Creek .church; had thirteen
accessions to the cliurcli. ,
It iti late to tspeuk of otatoes; but Mr.
B. H. ilixom ot this place raised aiul
sold one hundred , and seventy dolhws
and se vent' -one ewits worth (' Pti- i
i tos on a space of ground 40 liy 1'0 feet. !
1 and used no fertilizers.
K- .- !. ' - 'V
I .Plenty of lish and clams.
Mr. S1. GoniU) wishes it understood
tii.il ue is not a t-aiiuiuaie ior any uniiT,
Hot even th ollice of matrimony, not-
withstamling he iti.;i young widower,
Our Convi-iition comes off the '-rirtst
Monday in August; but I don't know
jio' it will work with the people. Some
are for and some are against conven
tions here now.
Rev. Asa Sylbury, a Baptist Minister
for over forty yeai-s, died at his Ivqme a
few days ago near Sueed's Ferry, at
the advanced ae of ninety years. He
was ijerhaps the oldest minister in this
county for years back.
The couuty'is alive with canJidaSes
for allthe-oHices. Hill King, Esq., Dr.
C. Thomisoif. Dr. E. W. Ward, C. S.
Hewitt, J.-W. Spicer, Esq., Col. S. B.
Taylor", and, 1 suppose, a dozen others,
arc, so I hear, '-candidates for the Iiegih-lature.-
-HopeiMHe of them will get if.
I reckon -ju-st asmanyare candidates
for' Register i of u Deeds, if not more.
Among th; must prominent is your
humble servant in his 'Own eye, of
course. The old Sheriff, E. Murrill,
will hold the f rt, I reckon, a-; long as
he-wants to, for a better Sheriff no one
ever saw anywhere; and Huggins will
hold his position, too, I reckon, as we
c&nnot better ourselves by making a
change in the ('. S. C; ;
, . We aro having a-revival" which-has
lasted six lu s and . nights... On last'
Sunday there were between eight hun
dred and one .thousand ieople present,
JJie, largest crowd I ever saw at a coun
try church in tills county ,1ti fart jujanv
county. Our circuit-preacher.- liev MH
Warlick, was assisted by Reyds. j'. T
Kendal, of Brunswick Circuit, and" Joe.'
Dixon of Carteret county ; Mr? Kendal
wa our circuit preacher, last year, and
is one of th linest speakers .and mofct
correct reasoner for a'ydnng inau I liave
ovttr hail i llM 1 .lk!Mll r of , IPif illf llftrfif
1 ... L 1 .. , . , . . , J '
Jle goes this week to Strains, , Carteret
county, to hold a protraotep: oneeung
U?re. tiar preacher-goes..wiUi:.liim
We wish them success abundautly.
About ten 'of fifteen" joihed tTie'Church,
some considerable profeWsed faith m
h ! Christ, aiftd quite a large nupiber ofpeft
' Titents were the happy results of- the
meeting. Queen s (JreeK- Jsm, 1 think,
about sixty or seventy-members,, per
haps more, but it has tlVe largest num-berin'the-couhty,'
ones County items.
It has rained almost every day for the
past fif teeu or twenty days.
Every one svho attended the IT. qo
concert at Trenton last Saturday seemed
to be very well pleased wiUl the per
The crops, 1 believe, are better in this
county this year than they have been
since , the war. . I never before heard
as favorable reports from every section
of the county.
I have heard that Capt.' Rasberry
wrote out a system of' county govern
ment in 1875 or .1876, about tho time
that Messrs. Clark, Manly and Hughes
suggested to the Legislature their 'plan.'
I Wish the News and Observer would look
over their files and republish the Cap
tain's system, and if that journal cannot
find the, isue we hope the Captain Will
furnish them a copy of it.-
I am glad to see that the citizens of
this 'town and community are getting
eonvewluit more interested - lit : school
matters than they have been heretofore.
1 never saw a place in my ute Where a
good' school would do more good-than
iff Trenton , and hence the reat need
of one. A first class school would
double the population, of this town'm
five years, and those "who wo.uld come
to this place would be the best citizeiis
of the county, and on" the other hand,
wiLhout a good school the population of
the town will not only not increase, out
will actually djaiuiieh and the best peo-
I i . . ' '-if l i ' ' i ,
pie too win leave me town, anu also
the best citizens will leave the county
Land g to towns in other counties where
they,, will enjoy good educational ad
vantages. They will not let their chil
dren grow up in ignorance, and I think
they are rijfht in that. This, ; we all
know, is the age of education and in a
few years it will be a question of educa
$bn. Now is it important very im
portant that we in this town And com
munity, and in fact the; whole county
should arouse should awaken to the
present state of affairs and go to work
with all our determination and zeal and
establish a good school at tho county
seat;i)uild up Trenton - and therefore
build up the wuoie county. 7iid, as
I have already said, until this is done,
Trentou will never advance, but on the
other hand will retrograde.
Notwithstanding the wet, corn, rice
and cotton looks well; but without a
change the crop of cotton will le very
Messrs. Henry Lewis and TIos. Dan
iels succeeded in killing an old she
bear and her cub yesterday. Bears are
rather plentiful in this section tactile
destroyment of ork raising.
The Singing School folks both young
and old had .-in excellent and enjoyable
pic nic at isa boro Saturday last, .. it
one is allow ed to judge by appearanceR
there will be other business ' transac ted
Baratico- is wet, too much so for
anything except crawfishes and frogs. I
was informed this morning that Mr.
Chas-'Swaii said after the rain ceased
last Saturday evening he had to open
his plantation gate to let the water ou t.
Dr. Geo. S. Attmore who has been
confined to his bed quite sick since last
rriday, is better this morning- ur
Kennedy is off to the Glen 'Alpines and
that leaves a poor showing for the- Sick
of this section, but the good health, of
the.peoplereiiiediestheev.il. . . .
FARMS FOR SALE.
r ACRES in llie ".No Fence" Iif-
ft Irict nithin one mile of Kinston.
nul )l ilf v
AT RES iu Jon;s County, six
miles from Polloksville anil
six miles from Trenton and one mile
from Hie Oliver Lamliiig on Trent Riv
er, where Steamers run regularly.
in iul 1 1 i ni i m I 1 Irallhy - anil
This trai l of Lainl is moslly nnimpr
e) ami nill le suM cheap.
Jul li) tl
Do you want to sell your second hand
machinery ' if so vim will do well t.)
eail and see mu or crresMirid with me.
.giv.'ng a general de.siii ipliini ul what
you may have, also the price jinked for
the same. I will advertise il free and
if sale is inatle will charge you a reasoii-
i alile ciuiuiiisrdon. Addles,
r J. C. Wmrrv.
Next door to Cotluii Evchainri.
Ji.lvl-'. ). & W. It.
NEW BKItlVK HABKKT, , .
,' , ..j . . .i ' '. '
4 Cotton None in market. No change
in quotations. .
Corn $1.(W in bulk; $1.00 id eacka.
Tukpkktwk Receipts moderate. Firm
at 3.90 for yellow dip. . '
, Tak Firniat 1.25 and $ 1.50.
flKESWAX 20c. to 22c. per lb.
Ion'ky GOu. ptr gallon. u
Country Baook Hams 1 8c. ; sidm
16c. v shoulders 15c' Lard I V.
.BKE,-rOu foot 5c. to 6c.
' Sweet Potatoes 50c.. per bushel.
Eoos 10io. per dozen.
Peanuts $2.50. per busliel.
Peache840o. per pock.
APPLES-$9per bushel. - - ) - J '
Pe4.es 1.2St per bushel. -,..
. Hides Dry, sfo. to Tic; green 5c.
Taixow Ob. per lb.
CmcKENlrown, 50c. per pair. t;ii ,
MKAL-BoltMd. 1.15 p.T butthei.
SHiNOtuES 5 inch, 2.25 per M.;
inch, saps, 4.00 per M.; hearts, 5.00
pur M. .!..-...... . ;
Baltimore, July 24. OaU active;
southern- C5a69o.; ,. western white
C0aC7c: Pennsylvania 65a68c Pro
visions Hteady; mess pork $22.25a23.23.
Bulk' meats shoulders 'and clear rfb
sides, packed, llalSfoJ' Bacon shoul
ders 12c; clear rib sides 151c Hams
ISialClc . . Lard refined 14c. Coffee
firm; Rio cargoes, ordinary to. fair,
8ia9Jc. Sugar steady ;' ,-'.A aoft . Wc,
Whisky steady at 1.17. ; r" .' -"T
NEW V OR K (OTTON HARKKT,
NEW,Xu&K July,4;rtruTriW Closed
weak; sales 49,000 .bales; July li 68,
Aiigusi 12 63; September 13 48al -47;
October 11 'Mail November 11 74a
I f 75 ; December" 1 1" T5al 1 ' 76 ; January
II 5all 86; February 97; March 12 01)
al2 It; April lgOSlal? 23.
Cotton quiet and easy ; uplands 12);
Orleans 13. " " ' . i ,
. ' WimiNfiTON nARKET. '
.WijjiiNOTONil'July' 24.-piriU tur
pentine, firm i at A3Cr-., Rosin steady
at 1.43 for strained, and 1.60 for
good strained.' Tar firm at 2.20. Crude
turpentine -fiiTki "at Ifl.TI for hard
for yjIlowdip and virgin;
New Vobk,. July. 21. The .following
is the comparative cottdn ptatement for
the weeic ending July xi:
""' - f--1 1882.' 1881.
Net receipts at all U.
. S. ports, .... 7,2S6 1,44
lotai receipts to this
date, 4,804,930 3,680,849
Exports for the week 10,593 38,760
Total exports to this. "
'" date, . . .3,455,885 4,36S,89
Stock at all U.S. ports 221,720 286,888
Stock at all interior J- " '
towns, 15,690 v 29,786
Stock at Liverpool, . 810,000 801,000
Stock of Am n afloat .
for Great Britain, .. 19,000 86,000
Sale of Valuable Laadi, .
By virtue of a mortgage deed executed
by .Thomas . Worley and wife,-5 Mary
E. Worley . and H. F. Brown to the
Board of CotnmisHioners of Jones county,
on the mil day of July, lwand regis
tered in the office of the Register of
Deeds for Jones county- Book C No.'SJ
page 328 I will sell at public auction at
the Court House doouiu Trenton on
Monday, the 7th day of Aug. 1882, at
ia in., the real -estate- Conveyed in said
mortgage, to-wit: A tract of .land situ
ate in Tuckahoe Township ad joining the
lauds of f . Williams and tne heirs of
A. Williams contain kut-103 acres, mor
or less, and being theiame upon which
the-said T. F. Worley and wife now
resides E. M. FOSCUK,
Chin 'n Board Com.
July 3rd, 1882. w4t .
Having bought out the steck of Xa-
fliau Slanlv, coiisUtiug of School
Hooks, Stationery, V'onfect lone
i-Im, Tobacco, 4'igai s, e c , I. oner
the same for sale, and respectfulljr po
licit ihe patronage of the public. Tle
stock will be constantly replenished.
Blank books of all kinds on hand.
,T. L. HarUiUdd.
Kinston N. C . t. f.
J nl 12 w :i in
SMAI.I. PROFITS AND QUICK SALES.
WHO LI OSA LIS & II I2TA 1 1
Broad and Queen Streets,
NEW BERNE, N. C. ...
LftRILLARB'S SNUFFS 1KB .TOBACCOS
Mar. 30, 1 y w
C. B. HART & GO.
ONE PRICE CASS STORE. ' "
JfiTtl Hut roriier Middle nl Sonih Froat street
KwiU- K H. Wimlley and K. R. Joiies. i
Stoves, House FaraisMng Goods,
CROCKERY aud GLASSWARE,
LAMPS in great Variety.
BURNERS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS,
Pratt's Astral Non-Esploshre OH, . 1
Machine and Train Oil.
Vie ar now prcpari-d lu mnnufaclurr
Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware.
S in l atti r.ti'.n tn
sold low :ml wiiriaiil"!
U rciairiri(r (looat
Lvt :i9 rt-prHtDlid.
S. H. AUBOTT,
lias iipriied at liis New Sloi'e
A LARGE STOCK
Ii iools. Family (IrocoricM,
also Hollow, Wooden, Crockery
Tin and JLish Ware. Fainiiic
UteiisllH, niii I: an I'lnwn, KlituvelH
Hoes, Haines, ColaiHAc.
wh li willhe repliiiislietl weekly form
the N.ii tln i ii Markets.
' l,:ilies and l.cnts llaixl iiial
I SHOi:s, "tienw Oat 'Mcnl" Tol
i let SOAP, lOcls ii liox of a cakes
In eat-Ii lio.
A Full assort incut of reiiiiiniit
HI' l,A('KS at 10 is h Ihiiu Ii of
i from li to lO yds in each Itiinoli.
S II. Abbott' warranted WHITE
ROSK Family Flour.
1 .-, Hand imule HKICK
liy a sHicl persoiiiil aln ntion to ut
im-ss I lnH' lu merit Ihe pntronagift.'Op'a
generous public in the future. ThAtv
mil; my l'riciiil.s lm tlicir past liUerfti
favors I am rcspcctlult v
F.l. 10 (mi S. If. A IIBO'PT.
,i JOHN :
Steam ' relintil Cou : 1 '.
;piK3H & CANNED Ti l !
Crackers . end Ca!. .
And all Kind
v'Ja WAGONS Ac. 'C c.
"Ktr r. is
AprlS, ly w
. ' -
TH0S. GATES & C
OFFER' A , LARGE STOCK OF
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. i. r.n.
, , . - j ... ...
IfrpyisiOns , and . -. .
-. ,--;;,( ,;t ,.'t' ?!' L ' '
, nAT VERY XO V 1 1 0 U I . r .
Commission ' Kerchitr f.r lis
Cotloa ni C:
Ktp on hand a fui:
23oots, Bhooa :Jr,;
AND A OftOICK APWIRTN KNT IT
fa mi ltv on ocnnic
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Offer Large Stock of '
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Brown,"Gcorgria and Heedlo
' "C0TT01T GIlTS,;v:;
Feeders and Condensers.
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Moat Approred Make.
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Grain Faun. Straw Cttcr, Oorii
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Sliellern, ft., Cte.;
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Plows, and Cultivators,
Iji 1 1 Mt Variety, and
GEO. ALLEN C.
Apr. 1 i m I y
On account of.alter
ing building, V-
offer their entire Stock
at cost, and sorno ;
GOODS LESS THAN COST
for the next '
Ladies ... Balbriggan Ho:
lo fo2o cents per pair.
,1,000 yards of DrecaO;
at COST. i : ,
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