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bodh employed in (his industry. A ' of so serious un J threatening a tron-!
risit to the lish mat kit :it Xewbern bio. J
H. A. LONDON, Editor.
ThkAnm'al Mcetino! thcNorth
'Carolina Press Association was held
last week at the historic and honjii
tablo city of Newborn, aud it was
docidedly ono of tho pleasanlewt of
tho many meetings that it has been
Our privilege tuid j'leascro to sttend.
There was uu unusually lavgo at
tendance, and nearly one-half of
those in attendance wero uow moni
tors ol tho association. Jt was a
great pleasure to meet and greet
those new members, as well as to
meet again those whom wo had ro
ofteu mot before. The greatest
pleasure that wo enjoy at these an--'
nual re-uiii'ins is tho renewing of
Old aeijuaiiitriiiee.s mid the making of
new aeniniiiu.tuees wills ll:-; r:t!ri-j
Otie, ptiulie f-J'inte l au-J j-.oorly ;ii'.
editors of M"ith C.:ru!ii:a. And to
thwir credit bo it known that their
annual meetings are conducted more
pleasantly and harmoniously than
tho meetings of any other lode vi
fnen that we have ever seen. Yes,
here is more of harmony and kindly
fraternal Jve'i exhibited by tho
North Carolina Pi ess Association at
its annual meetings, than at any
Church convention, conference, syn
od or association thai we nave ever
Opri.li.? of tli Exposition. A Texas Town Destroyed. j Tlio Davis Funeral Train. Abuer Adams, of Watauga cottntfc
Cuiiv.oo.Tu.ivl. flriiv. i n vclun.-l Fui.r Woirru, lex.. April 29. The iwtittu cumwiKiudeut of wnmiugiou Uomong.- recently i-cltJ a curled walnut tree for
whs especially inteivsiing to tiie up- 1 Ins ca.l upon the btate v. aard to President t the United .States, tsur- tvu of Cisco waa wiped out of ex- 1 ho remuius of Hon. Jefferson out of which the purchaser, L.
country tditnrs, who had never be-1 sustain the civil authority is a most rounded by members of his Cabinet, islenee by ue)c!oue lust night. Seveu Davis will bo brought to Haleigh ! f-ouncil. of Elk Park, expect to
fore seen a similar fight. ! forcible illustration of Its i tti. ieuey ! W otMewia of various States, by i"pio are Jsuowu lo nave. uon kilied, ia aum ana will lio in etate in the g'.wn.
i, : n.. i I .. i .. i uutaorous ana Uistinaruislied remo "tea u is iiartu itie aeuiu jui will g- oiuuu oi me uapitoi nt :o3st twn : - -
v." "".". -, " cc.-.o. , ;u!o u.i-o.sa -vii , , . . , , ... ' , ,rr,.J,ta m,- , n.c T.n t,1...,-. , 1, hours. fovi.rnnrw. ... W iVM KATW iv wom A
, , j ....... . wl jjLiio tieioos n:c riu, nou , . - - - " f,. 4 - - . , ' . '-f'J e .'' '" uj Ui I 1U1 til VJC
"l,H ""' ul i'i-;.hh.i bv a U1,;;i,ty throDg of Auierienu e.iti-.- wiritniieUown ami no communication ""aue inqHiriesot Co
13 ut that wl
t the leadiiu
section is the trucking interest, oven tho most niggardly legislator. ! zcus, today pressed the electric but can be had with the town.
tot Col. A. 13. Andrews
iMir of i ho Biiiierl-w onurt of CHuttlvMa
w hich has already attained immense
propositions end yet is comparative
ly in its infancy. I'sring last year
nearly a quarter million packages ol
truck were shipped from Newborn
and vicinity. This truck consisted
of peas, beans, cabbages, tomatoes, ; ;s(l.tttiou
potatoes, (strawberries, ixe. I
the h.st lew years tl.3 ianU arouii.t Klieet, ami tiie gov. mount slUUivcs, . , , , ui -,t ! f
IFroDa our Uotrulur C4)rretioutlcHl.J
'suiN(iToN, April 2S, 16'J2.
lJurrab for the deiiiocritlie admin-
as to whether arrangn,ul8 could "I.Su'srLSlia
ton which bet in motion miles of latkk. not bo mado to liave the remains If," " i"1.1"!!!.
iabufliug, iumimerablo nriues audi Cisco, Tex , April 2(5. Twenty per-; brought by here. Col. Androws imy, n.osnniBy t mav, w, theinmd 4xiui
meebauiauj, r.ud tii labyrinth of belt- i ot were killed and 200 were wound- j specially relerred the matter to Oapt. ; .CTTjX'''JS;
i'AX and trearin'T which make no tLeiw" by the terrible tornado that visit- ' 0 recti and toduv a leleirram iuul b,,," uwrBi.:c.v.uvcy.-j uiaid jeuuicui-
macbiuery of the World's Columbiau ,eJ ,u"5 place iuat night. Many of rtrcmvea atating that tue lutter
E.i)osition. At the same time the : 'hese wounded will die froui their iu- bud arranged for the train (i tome
natioiiftl Kaluto iiealed forth from lite ' jories. j heie. 1 his morning Governor Curr
guu3 of the revenue eut;er Andrew i t-'ieeo. lex., was a prosperous and isent the following tlogrun lo Way-
;islratiou! It lias )roven it soil : to be I jo)jt;son, lying oil- tho Exposition WlV lut'.s town of 2.IW0 population or J. Taylor Kllyson, ol Richmond, B t on .ud.V.T u.f'.uri court 6f akthiri
,"'1'!tJ0 f t,u;1';,llot tlio Btrvnut ...f Vull;Broom!- iu Lake MjcLi..an. ,Seven ' yestenlay, bet today it is in i oins. j president of the Davis Monument Z-CnlZttSSL
l;.-io.ii by Ciurio liuikiiur ami wlfo
H. A. IOSIjON,
Apl'l! C, 1W3.
r.'u.' WO MACK.
a uu ::oni , ii.i..i.iuiu .
,.ia1.- ....w tint. iflMii i.p.-, v.'i v 1 aim me x reie.ui v eouiinues aim ,.. i i ..... i... wi! ! here Ktalen t hut f hn ', hn-.mul i . "...
...... .... . , . , , , , , ;""K 'wnc nu Mic:uiii.'ti eu. u.;i--- .iu.juivu " . ; -- - - - iwi n.t iuiuc- au-u..n, m u.o xuri-
prooucuve or us cfliuvauou pi em- f... r.. . ji'"-. w ir.e;, yonow ana otuo. ., . ...... ; j. ic- ...Vw .i;, .mX
Ion ol bite vc'n-s -i woudcrlul 1 ; , - , . , 1 l-y half pabt eight the disiiiiguioL- J-Uoro were miy busmesa Lousts Jem i .-on iiuin iraiu via luiieign, m-sor Valuing jr,-(w.1I11.UOI.iwe,
.i.j.c, till Ol i.uc yiais a wouuLinu ; U,,. j,.,)(...J0..-a tnutuiih was nevtir ,i ,,,. ' .f.. . , ?, in lli ilv. I..n. i.,.i.. ....U- .- . . . 'reaehin.' h.'ie at l! o'elnrU Ms v :'.()! I. .! ' Mite. In H.
I,,,,,,,., low t.k,.,, tibie... A !-et.:..i.;......i i .. ). , ... ; , (.-..-t-.w .. ,v owuui.au.-- j , ... . , . . ' . v.. ' '. county. u. a.
-o" " i r' J uijkiiuiw". 'v:(lin I'reKulviil iL ktokka,, t., Uiins HjtH-t. Ci.it ol lie lour hun- lino icavinsJ- f'.oi later IDau .1 o c Oili l'iu i. f-'H-
I of this land has recently been
I'tched, drained and fertilised uuti!
now u is verv produetive. W e rode
marks the bi'inuing of a new c-rn. i
which lb President of the United Presiaeut's.iuarterHaltheLexiugt
states aud bis tablet will dictate jTb j;, t0 Vrive was the Duke
fit the u,t'u rt-fcMci-.eea only out escaped Uie ; P- '" "- "nii arrai gemenis
. r f . i... . : i i . ' iviiii .-..tl i i.hia i i .1
Ion.,.1".' wl lliu lei ion- gait. i ii"jiiiim..iji-,ni.M,unii.l
am received ul 'llfKlnu liwiuue l ililMiiffaDd KobettO.
r ;pnurtnuj. i wiu aeu luc
liouao door oC
dfvcrlbcd to eAld
throu.l, some of these tl uck farms, ' 'l T.E, '"e, Vgua aau hi, attemiants. While ! ailion and are bcaped in ,l,Tel,
. ' .. , . , :ot .'" ''' 11 11 L0 !V V b hand.-liakmg was in pioviuys, Vice- Mortar ami brick f'.ying
auJ ,4uVvi' lc'''' l,H,i XVU ,l'c:' i"" i( i',: !: ":"1;l'2.v 100 I I'resideut (Stevenson hu I I is p.-nlv ery .i.iet-tuHi eHU.ed more icul a.
liehls of peas, potatoes, cabbages, . tor the go..d rf !i e eounlry. j ,,ut in au appearance. Iiterilv tf.k-j Jl-'!il:f,' '''an .i;.l ibe storui iie. If.
On one farm that we vi.-it.l ! "'l 1 1 ' ir''v'" i-ivitc tho f.noeK j)llg ,,e jlolt.j 1)V Mi.nu n,(,l(- tU ihe C'iseo "Jt-jlU-r Mills, the two (
0fi Duii.liugs mo se-jittic i'j every North Carolina will co-operate with
While direction and are Leaped in tdisipeless I you
and brick lUnur in I ' 1,0 Governor will have a eonfer.
uui- jeTiee w ith the mf.yor of the ci'.- the
3 AND HALE. BY VIRTUE Ot
n iiniifir.. nt r,f iho Kunt-rlor nurt of rti.c
n inngir.'-'in r,r ino huijerlor ramrt of Cfhuti
Iihih iv.uniy, ni'Llo hi l-.'liruiiry Txriu. 18KK. In Oti
were 'MO acres in Irish pota
fU acres in caniiages, -ly '"ifol!
I ine Ws sineieisji;ilVi xVouaptly at ! o'clouk tho pro-: ':g ol" fonrtc n lo.;.l.-d cars, engine
t.rnmlate.J apiopi cession was j'o: med. !-.booo. was Lurio i iioi-t ihe tiue!:.
iCener.-.I. regarding the ceremofiies
here on the "iOth. Ot coursy there
will ii-! a great nssemblage of people.
perhaps more veterans than
teen assembled. This wasesreci
true ol this la.-.t nuoling, where sev
eral iiiteivstingdistu-sions were had,
but not one word was uttered that
Could give ofi'oueo or wound tho fcel
rugsol any one present. This meet
ing was notable for its being more
practical than its predecessors, im
portant matters being discussed and
action taken that w ill be ol practical
benefit in the newspaper business.
Tho time and place of the next meet
ing were referred to the executive
committee, to designate.
This was our first visit to New
born, a cily ol which we had al
ways heard so much, renowned for
over a century as the 'Athens of
Jiorth Carolina'' for the culture, re
finement and hospitality of its pa
triotic and public spirited citizens.
And personal experience has now
Verified all that we had ever heard,
and fully proven that tho Newborn
of today is weli worthy of it ancient
down t-.ow nicy re.-e.vt.i. '"'' '''n 1 n.embcis of the National ( ,omi:iission i'"1-'1. dt tho cha. eh. s and tchoul
that be.iu.orsa!l over t.:e couuti) were , i.-,,,,. . ... ' buiidin.-'s of fl, eitv ,,.! :i tl,M ho.
d of tho! of lhe;MM i,,,sl . ..4 -.'.. i., it. .!..;.. ! l.-ls Lut JAlf of . .-.. .1. .-.u-.w...J A
UL;u". ," in gaiuv.i pvas.ov ... u ooutu ami . cm iu isimnuiiiji 'muished -uels on this in? morulile Ae.aa t.Vniral fiei.-bt train, consist
cumbers, in can a on Pes. a:U irias.iry wnn iju.u me n so sin
:,!, I ::il ne.-es in lono.loes Mini olliel-! oot i'1 :" 1
siliouiu wlikU l hey agroeit toiui'.isii . 'ri.i-..i.l, ,, ;,.,1,i n..,,,:n f,-..,., some of lh,; cios loii. eaiii.-.t t-i.-hu
the J'reusui v with from :J.o:)i),(HU ,j,e mltituJos on tho streets, the ! feet un.i broken into hpfintersi.
to:f.)0,(J!n;,t(iij iu gold, but tht(:roi-e; oeeesiou renched tti .rotiinls. Iho b:uLi man was killed outi ight
siiiou had 11 siring lied to it in thf iVow the ceiilio of the plat Torn !' -t.d.iel.r liaa bince lii-tl of
shape of a proviso that bond., fboul-l I j,-0por, tkero radiated a spc-eia! stand. -' 'i'j'1 '- The storm ia.il eU alnnit
be i.-.-u d l"i ib. a -gold. Other bank j ,:j,0u tbij were chairs for Presi j three, mim;!. s. and then the streets
eis turntd l..eij-j..oi.l ii.lo it: Ticu-1 cie'-el.tud. Vice J'i evident Kt v ' u fill l with fuuitie uicu, hluiek
uiy wi: ho.it .pie.--t:o:-. because of tin ir ' t.ns,,. i),.L ,,t Vi.v ic i i .l l.i ,,... : l.nr won.en and the woilsof i he wound
ty. ana the l.igner natioua and local uu. oyjug ivounain..? itooo i?'-e( . Nor. born. Mr. I). I I.,,,..
vaHdl'.n wlH.r.-iii IV l r.l.vb ..lul.illfV M
! J. Null mi t S C. Nail nr.- ili-f.nduDU, we will tpA
..r i-i--li. t iul.!ii; F.u.-:l.u. ui Uio urt liu
, it.-i-..fi!, i;nii!y, MO.NDAV, the HUi .f Mi TV
I in..;, i!i u i-i-iialii ii.ji-i ..r land In Ul'-kwy Mouu.
j Ir.lil t.n-.l.-lil., In mi!,1 (-.lunly, oulnlulDg
I .-.. r'b ui:.l M ine Uu- phiih. it,-iiifHi iu u, moro
moriui association ami tho adjutant j i iu:i:.iur..u tin-iai ouj vi ?.inr,-ii, iss?.
H'. 11. WOMACK,
m.'yer jjoiiei'al commanding the C
ledeiale elerans, the . a. lies' Wi
vegetables. Tho peas were ready
lor iiickii'g, and the fields were tiled
with men, women and children
busily picking peas, at which work
they earned good wages, many ol j
them making over a dollar u day. ;
j.,Hv I. Several thousand crates or package.-
eonri !e!!et in 1 he gov. i nun nt. vl,;cb
of pear. Turo being shipped every I they tii-.ugiit in need, of i he gold to
j tide our a tc.'.j oi-.iy u.i-e'Uily. but
1 tho Wa:I : -.. Shyleka wjt.t.d tl; ir
i p.. tin. i ol i!e.-h in ilie siiap. . 1 ii.t.:rt-!t
lou u.e bonds to !.-) i -iu d !).!': e ihev
j would turn lo .ue lh-: g.il.l lying idle
Tin: Jambs Cut trouble has been " tluir t.tults. .. did ivot lul-e Pic.-i
In n! t.iL-v-.'la.'j.i ate. I lb; I. ...lone'. t:iiee
i.ii'..uUs to t'oiiiiji.ite an indigii.utt
rel'ti:-!!!, w hich was v. i; d to Ne.t York.
Aj.rll l, ls-.v).
S EXECUTION BALI:. BY VIIU
' tuo uf ;. t-KiM-ulliili In nn ju-lbin ntltl.wt
.liii I., thill xr. N..1-I1US HurU-r t lyahdwr Till,
great honor will be paid them.
All Oil IHni:i' 'i'abie.
ITini tlw Newl'er-1 Jovrim'..
At Jieihiir. one of the f.lfiFesl ixst-
ilay to Northern markets, each puck
nijo containing live pecks, which
last week were selling at 5t2.
uiiieer-s of the Pair. j Kiieatn. i'o i
ll was at i;:snirii!g scene that, met l'f t'1"l!-
the vision ol the Chief Pxeeulive of !"'- ' "laiiy
' i horror to tho wild
ei n.iliou i!;iiil(H broke
business houses and
greatly exaggerated, and in many
particulars misrepresented and mis
understood. We are enabled to gi ve
the readers of the llKi oiiD an accu
rate statement ol tho whole matter,
as learned from the court rveordsand
from our personal inquiries while at
Newberu last we..-k, lor it so hap
pened that the troops and the edit
ors were there at the same time.
And just hero we would slate thai
there scented lo bo more alarm and
excitement in tho other towns of the
.Slate than i:i New beru.
The (pieslioo bar, liv.juec'.ly been
asked, and naturally is a.-ked, why
did tiie owner of this properly so
long delay a.-scrtiug his rights and
renown. Yes, no ci ty could welcome j claiming his properly ? Whydii
and entertain any body ol men more
cordially and delightfully than the
"Elm City'' did the editor:; who wero
80 fortunate a to be its favored
guests last week. Among the pleas
ures enjoyed wero an e"ursion on
tho elegant steamer Notiso, a charm
:ng concert by tho best musical
talent of the ciiy, a drive around tho
city and through the surrounding
truck-farms (which were a wonder
ful revelation to many ) and a mag
nificent haiKjiiel, w hieh was a most
euccessful seipiel to so enjoyable a
series of entertainments.
In Newberu the old and the new
are strangely contrasted, ileim; an
old biptoric town it possesses and
exhibits with pardonable- pride many
interesting relics ot Colonial and
Revolutionary days. There still
stands the stable built for iov.
Tryon, and ono ot the handsomest
residences was occupied by Presi
dent George Washington, when on
kin Southern tour. Many old and
quaint looking Luildii.gs are seen on
every side, full of interest to the
antiquarian, and near them may be
acon tho inoro modern ami attractive
structures that express tho latter
day progress and style o? architec
ture. The ancient quiet ot the old
town is now broken by the whirl ot
machinery and tho noiso of manu
facturing enterprises. The shriek
ing of many steam whistles and the
whirr of machinery aro in striking
contrast to tho juict repose that so
pleasantly rests upon other parts of
the town. . Yes, the old ami the new
are happily blended and the antient
town is arraying itselt iu modern
garmonts, is stepping forward to the
irontrang in mis progressive age.
and is keeping pace with its younger
sisters. Within tho past tew years
a remarkablo progress has been
made in the material development
of Newborn and tho surrounding
country. In proof ot this wo cite
Uie fact that there aro now in that
city twolvo steam saw-mills, which
saw sixty million feet of lumber an
nually. Anil in order to show the
iwsourcos of that section forthu lum
ber business wo w ould mention that
ttiere aro, it is said, 125 varieties of
woods in its forests.
The fish trade is of wonderful ex
tent, tliore being seventy d.lTerent
kinds of fish to bo found iu the
waters tributary to Newborn, and
that city is uow one of the greatest
fish markets in tho Uhilod .States.
Buring the year Ia'J'2 there were
snipped 1'roni Newberu and iloro-
Jj aei , ano! iitr ro;
ing, was received,
t:!;;j l;; c.iJ.-.i.t to
(use o'o.-c; ver t::.it t
of this a llui'.i.-i! .!
street ilomhi.tt ion. '
The p.-e.-e;it (..'.!-'
ury is. under the el
isTaetore. a'd if I ie
tiutii; t -1 1-.- as fiw
have P, vi- for il:t. j-
for the i.-s'.1.- of 1.
Ihr ... :-an I f .l g-
ii:e!( as:-. t:,;- !,;.,e
e:,t i:i!:. t. wJ bed
it f.tilil it !a U i
be exha'a.-U d. I .,'o:
S.-1- v t'.-ii ;!. ..
' i.ivii. k.-s exact-:
L-.n it also was
J: in.isl by this
ve:; toe ;t;o-l ob I
li-.j:U'i'i il mo: to j
.i:i i--, "No Witii j
:b--i! ( f theTicas
tiie nation as bo was escorted to hi
lioloio him was i-uch a throng
as hu hud never laced before.
All was now iu readiness for in
auguration exercises pioper. 'I he
blind t'i.-iphlin of the United SI lies
.Senate. Kev. Dr. W. 11. Wilburnc
was led loi wiiid to freut of the pi;
Tho people so e without l.ou.-es ni.d
siielter. and ivany ere i:i tents and
under jiiatiks hastily constructed,
i'ue destruction ami buffering is in-
All through the- long hours of the
liiuht the el it.- nn.i l oall.- .f helo'es.-
were ever seen together iu thu State
sine e I he w ar. The people here are I I""1 J'.'ti"'" '.. u-n.g hkbivIm sgaiust Mid
i t . t- l . . I i . . ti'-i- ii'i.-ni'M hi 1-t-nniRi-y -l.-i-m, iFU'i. aij.1 wlwnM
t.eepiy gralilied at the new s that the I o. a. l.nin.ir wim mroiy i..r aef.-uaiw. i trill
remains w ill stop at Jlaltitlh and !.?.',".?. v''" i""'ll:,ltt"L".,!"u: al "'JfjH
'2 i.i. . il:f r.-llowii-ji iriii-w or )r-i uf loud ii
linili.'iii uiily iiraeti.f land knuwii M
ili. V. a i x lim.l. r- 0..-.i.iinr Uiv Immu of A. W,
l .i!im r .- tM-li-, Hi.- ;. u. :".linor nud, and U)i
lai i.i tiii iiiii iicni, .miliili:g iwavnw, mor
r i .-s. Ai., lh.- tn.. ri'st oi o. A. 1'nliiit-r Iu
,1-ru.lii tr.ici i f IhihI fully .I.-bi rlUvl in u.nd tojf
ll'ii-i-.s. . -n-.i -I Ijyo. A.l':iliiii-riinl -yl vaul t-nluier
i.. o I) I'm i.i.t, il.e.- i N..v io. ls'. mid rgUiured
in I .- k Hi- .iii-.. :-i.j. .-. iji.iit: siijt li m nw. iu;
il,.' i. i. i ui o. a. I'.ilii,. r l-i uiio iiilirr l riot of
l.U' 1 .-ll .l.-riili-MT, . k. li tj -.luiiig till) IhiiiJb of tba
i-.-li:ii i.i 1, V.. Sill ,,'i un 1 ..I Ik rf, r, . II milling ltd
ii I...1 yi.-iliiiaii ii .1. .1. J1.NK1.VS, blierlO.
i! ti.-,i,-. i'.., , C,, A ril f-, ls-ji.
form by bis adopt. tl .hughler. iiissj men "td worn, u and children pinion-1
Cra ti iti.lt v. who lias be.-n his c;;i : ed iuneaib br.tk and l.tub.-rs could ;
one i-f our most worthy and iudtis
liioua f.irmeis, has a dining table,
the history i f which may interest
some of our i t adt i s.
It is a plain walnut tr.b'e. was made
in 7W) gu tho north t-bio of M. -o:;
river l.S miles idiove New Ijcrun be a
Oul ouliter I'.niDod MiU'hell. v. ho nlsol"':!
1 . . I -
tlit; same year erected l he house which
still btrtiids on thw Line faint.
The frame f this tablo has si.tet!ij
moitiees mi l tt ntins, which lit an j
i,i ..lie !.u il in,f i, nn.) ,w 1
1 .- .iff I . . , ... i i ... I . .... I .. ......... . 'I s... .. .... J . - .
slum itmi i .!:.. i. ii uiiemiant tor isauy j '-'-." "'.'i; ie.ni. x mi n-.w.i;(,)l ytra.lv us uu.
ve:.rs. 3?i.n of Ihose about liiiii al"1 Pfeuie s.viion bands and bi idge j 'phis (able has for more than one
joined in "Au.en" with which the man ciews, us well us tbo.-e of the 'IVxus . rill),j1( j V( ll-s been iu use as adihini
i ol tied com-liid.;d bis invocation. Al- j enirai. mrusiieil ail. Jiospuan. i ...i., L ., ,,., r,,.. M i.,,,.
'tor the !-;idii,i of ii noaiii wiitten lor w. ic tia.-l t : v imiai
un-l.l.iee. sal-j.i a o. e:e.:on. and nn address bv J i . f t U;it v.e;,- uwt lo
1 con-' ,-....-.(;. .......i n.,vij i,vi,ir,.,i c;...-,.. ' i - f-iiijo f,:-is.liu.-w-: rtisdiieJ to
.-Ui.clels. 1 I..,.,.,. f.. , ,:.,.i i.,.f i.i
............ r,uu ,,-,,
,. , T. ' , ' 1 1'i-lilies I he conclusion tl.r.t it has
('.( I ill' ! I VI' Ocloi.CS. j j.k) , f,.t ,l( avf,r,,,(. ,)f
(.riiiMK, O. T., Aptil ! New.-; j)tl ,ii,U3 foi one hu.'id.-.d and twelve
continue to come iu fiom diiiei.-iil 1 vc-rrs
of tli'j daiflagi 1 !,(,, ,1 0J il.(.se facts 3fr. Lat.p 1ms
ami il. ;.tu Wioiigl,!. !-y li.e ftriii f u I I nmie l he J'o! i ow ii.g fin ions estimate
.- toii'i of T i- sd..y ijiglil. ll, is now f t;,e umoiiiit of food that has btt n
known I hut tbc-if wue seven si-i aiuti! Berved on it
KOHEY TO LOAN.
Loan ti j itii approved
ci'-.ii v at 2 icr centt
o!- p:u lielllaiv a pplv to
A. L. Al. N PILL,
Attorney at Law,
! b. 1', 1MJ1). amt.), N. C.
in; e. an r j e.u s unci l.ie in i J "c 1 jr i l C. 1 1 1 ll !
answer to this is very simple. I u ! ,.., Ul; ;j ji j. ;1; j
tho first place he d;d not wail 2.'
years, but began his suit on the it!
day of October, J SS', nearly 11! year;
ago. On account ol the hog;? ni:m
: M..di..Ud ho'i i
I is!: tho reli, f ir. c Ir
iii ve I hat it ll'.it sh
ujalt. r will i'.' .'oi!.:,;
at un ex-'ra session.
-! wi-. k it
! l-r- :e me. -niy
.Hi 1 even if
1 :-li il! .t;!i;::ic
v.. 1 :r, I, at pres
ii ii;. on to iiit-d
! '.i'ii ih.it it w ii!
! I o:;ds will bo
Ciewl-i., 1 and
. : !'. de
ls s!.-.'l be is-iu I
i.'ee.i fully den)
g . '. wiii f.ii.i I
. a:.- ! iii'iny be
I SU'.'W Il lie i ,i
I le. toi ti. i.e; al iavis, President Cieve
i l.ilKl a: ose i'.;;-i luado a sk !'t addiesii
j As tiie P: evident wat. eoneliiiliti;.-.
his liiiiil si n'.eiice, bis oyea w audere l
! lo iho table that whs close hi bis h it
j hand. l'i)on this w,M tho b i'.toii. Ihe
prebijtiie of v Lie',; Wii.- to start thf-1 parts of Iho 'i't
t !ii-niiiety and make tho jA ning of
I l he exj-o.-iti.in an accomjjii.-Led l.iet.
lit was nn ordinal v foim of Victor
j t.-legiiipi) Key, sueJi as l.. in Uio.-I lele i ana nisiiuel ejclont s. mi l ti.e nun -jg'.aph
Mh'.-s, ex'vpt Ih.-ii it was of j 'i r of killed i-i beli.'V.d to ixcee.l
gold i.i.-.u-ad of steel aod th ItiUoii j .-evei.ly l'r, .. The gi eat est ibtinage
I oi ivory instead of rubb&r. Il rirl.-d i was ib i.. 'ninr .Noiiuan iu the m.uUj
upon n pede.-ial upholsti rs-d in na-.v!'") part of li.e Tcriitory and hear
bluo :o:d !..! leu ytliow p'.i.-h, and n i 1 eikius nn.i ::!v.uU-r in iho liorth-
i.-eil .lOUl Il'illM'li uiiily,
I wreeil.i and ail; 1 ,' I .,!... .,,(,.,, f,.,.,, ;. r ,.,.
,lJt' i than f.i'lv veais, and ita traditional v
her of the defendants the ca.-e wr
eoiitiiuic 1 from court to court an
Iroi.i year to year, ami has been to
tho biipreme court two or ti
times. N that the owner is not tn 1 1,
be blamed for tin? litigation lieinifi naval r. vie-w v. nt.-i d.. .
protracted so many years. A full I dO"t and t;.e oth. r me:
report of the facts in the case can be
found in the lh'Jlh volume ol oui !
t'-. l onress
e I mii -Is. are
IS - Ui t.
! and he k i.-i Iu..! i
York, where i:.f .
Pif-si lei.'. ieo
roih i.: tho only
I ii- the cite, I
rn.-l from Ne'-v !
;i e t ' i'lKllet ell I ;
pal I in the big !
Ihe Pir.si- j
Cabinet, t-xcept fr'.'Ciiiaiy Lunont.
who is t oiiij.eiitd by private business
lo f en. lin I here for s.'Veia! d.ivs. win
.State Supremo Court Reports, from 0 ,ii,vt.t fl Ul!l X:j-,v York to Chicago,
page 57 to 71. Aad before begin-Jto take part in the opening of Ihe
niiKl his suit, in .Mr. Hrvaii i oi i-t i air. , eei t ii'.i y .iiuiin nau
had exhausted every effort to avoid
!: ligation and recover jiOses.-ion ot
bis property without a suit. It is
beyond doubt that the occupants ol
the land had long aud continuous
notice that they had no right to it.
And in justice to them we take
ph asuro in Muting that our informa
tion (r..m leading citizens ot New
born is, that a large majority of
these occupants were willing to obey
the law and abide by the court's
decision, but that they wre intimi
dated by some of their turbulent and
lawless leaders. And to the credit
of other colored men bo it remem
bered that a committeo of tho best
negroes nt Newberu and also a com
mittee of negroes from (ioldsboro'
went to James City and urged the
inhabitants- of that plnco to obey the
law and give .Mr. IJryan possession
ot his property.
Ought the military to l.nvo b.?en
enlle 1 out? This important ipi;s
lion will no doubt bo much discuss
ed, and yet what else could bu done?
When tiie sherill'of the county stated
lo Hie Coventor that Iho civil au
thoriiy was exhausted and called
upon liini for troops to enforao the
mandate ot the court, tho Governor
was cumpdlcil to call oul the mili
tary, but iu order to avoid bloodshed
ho went to tho scene of trouhlo, went
without any military escort into tho
very midst of those who had defied
the law, and making them a speech
succeeded in bringing thorn to terms
without the shedding of one drop of
blood. Hut if tho troops had not
been ready and near ut hand lo
compel obedience to tho law, it is
not probable that tho (rovernor's
advice, nor that of the colorsd
to mi.-, tho tiip to the World s P.i;r
bt cause oi soma pressing Indian ti.i-i-IH-ss
I hut il jiii.ui.l-, lib immediate at
tention. The s"'C.:id (hiiplrr in tho invcli-
giltioll of the Weill le T Ij il. u.l o;.(U
ed with a sliuinv row bi-lw. e.i llio.-e
two oo, I republicans, riof ll ni.iig
ton, thief of the Lineaii. who l.-being
luvesliguted, iiiul Assistant Attorney
Oenel'iii Coibv, who is e...il.ie! iie--1 he
I oiefi-lo.- .i;,,.." TIi,. ,ri.t..,e.. .,l-....
.... v.. ....... ... .... . . ., i,
up to this time ft.liy In fos out oi.e oi
ihe charges lhal incompetent -m
nloves were retain. ! after th chief
of the bureau kucv I hey were iueoui
Nearly aliof the prominent iifli' i'i!s
went over to New York thii w.-ek to
seethe intei naiiouai uavai review, the
bu ge.-t afi'.iir of ita kind tiuil. h.a.i i vn
taken place iu Ameiieuti ual.-l.-, u:i 1
they aro all glad liny went, f .r they
saw wh it none of thciu will probably
ever euo ag lin.
A ( bib! ll ,i,l, ;l.
Pirrsiuua,, P;i. A pi il "ill Fumn
Kolly. seven yeaisoid, whoiived with
her parenlr; in thi., city, iv.ii loa.ittd
to deal h to lay.
A heavy fall of ruin loose nod ti.e
earth and rocks on tl.o ludo nt the
bill. About h .ill o i lock to. light ll.ii
tons .'f tho hill.-ido fi.ll. iu the Ki-1
ly bouao wui e Solouum Kelly and his
wife ai. d lour chiidii-n. The avalanche
of rock hit thu house and ciu.sl.cd it
as if it had bcdii a pa v.. board box.
Too fivo iiioatus-ohl baby was seat
ed near the door in its cut. lio. The
cradle was forced through tho (.pen
doorway into tho aiiey aud the infant
miraciiloui ly i scape.b .Mr. Kelly ami
his wife were lunied and badly crush
ed about tho limbs. Thiy sufered
internal injuries from which they wiii
hardly recover. The two boys were
also bruised and muugk-u but wire
taken out ulivo.
rid. s ol the low.r tier, in i-iiver
li t 'hi s, were the r-igniii' imt thittb,
11:" and "IS'.CJ "
As the h'.-t words fell from the
I'l; iidnnt's lips, l.u pi e-j -ed his lii:g( r
iijuin the ballon, 'ibis wis the t.,;-.
i ai for a domoiisti a! ion in fad diiiU
c ilt of iniocinatioi: and infinite! v nioi c
so of d.:i:cri'!ioii. Al ono and ll.e loioio counly ti
-aiuo iiistaut the sudu-ueti burst into
a thundering shout, tiie orchestic
pfaled forth ihe strains of tho Untie
bijiih Chorus, the wheels of the great
tins fcujnne in .i r 1,11,1.-1 uaii.coi.i-
meneed to revolve, l!:e electric foun
ititis in the h. goon thrcv their tor-
rents toward Ihe;!. v. r. lloo.I of water
u'ushel forth from the MeMaiiuies
foiiiiuiii and rolled back oca in into
it basin, the thunder i t m lillery ciuu
fiom the vessels on the lalie. tin
ei, lines in Sfmiufa. tnrors' ffall ami
on the German building rang out
iiieir n.orry peai au.i oveineail, lla-'s
at thu tops of poi. s iu fir.nt of t!u
platform, fell apart and totaled two
gilded models of tho ships in which
Columbus liist sailed to American
shores. At the suua moment n'so,
hundreds of lings of all nations and
tli colors were unfurled within sight
of tho platform.
It was a wondfiifol s.eno of trans
formation and amid il nil the canrn,
continued to thiiudf-r and tho irowd
lo cheer. It was fully ten niinuUs
before the denionstr.tti in mibsided.
1 hen the band plak-d America" and
the exercises were at 111. 1. The Co
lumbian Exposition wits opeu to the
nations of the world.
Il whs precisely tho hour of noon
when drover Clcvflund touched Iho
button and thus declared the opruino
mi accomplished fad. The crowd in
uiteiubiiii'A was enormous und was
vaiiouslv estimated ut from 1f)tl,fiH0
to 17.". 0.1:1.
Uefore lbs ceremonios iwrn haif
over, twenty woiiieu and half as many
men had been removed unconscious
to the hospital, where u corps of
physicians was. iu waiting. .Most of
liiuso helpless ones bad simply faint
ed but a uuiuber are sutfwriu from
more serious injuries received iu ihe
A Cine Tor Consumption.
New Y.i itK, April "(! Tho Hecor-
der'a 1,000 prize for a cure for won
sumption is awarded to W. U. Amick,
Al. IV, for seventeen years jrofessor
in the Cincinnati College of .Medicine
and Surgery. The Itecorder invites
physicians everywhere to verify this
result of its tbrtie tuonlh iijvestia
western pi' ft. At Norman, tvtenly
eight persons were kili.-.l iu one neigh
l.oi l.oo.l and ;i divim more w. re hi,!
e.l at v a ions points will, in a radius
of te, en: y miU's. Past of Norman
near tl.o lite.-of Putta , at .mie county
rix inn i'. I t ill 1 bodies were found
yesierd iy. Pa: ' '.tr i-ast i.i Poltawa
t or ten m e report
el hilled and as many wo. u, dr. 1.
Thiily milts 1 ..t 01 here in Payne
eo.11.ty the kil'o I oggrr-galo t'gi.lteii
or twenty. A family of two women
and a baby p ri.-hed iu one house and
a man and f.ve children in ano''..r.
Poisoned by JSp.iiigi'-Cal.i'.
Pn r-.-'i i,.!. Pa., April SX- X f.u.iily
named Mnutfr, resi fug u'. t lab
eitv. a few miles out t f Pilt.-bnig.
wire poi-omd y .-trrdity by eating
cake. One boy is .lead, iiuolhi-i' child
cannot, iccovfr ni.d lh: rem .-lining
nir-inbei :) of the family, '.: 1 n iu limn
!: r. urn in a eiiti.'i l coinlilinn.
.Siiulcr k. j s a il.di y and raisnspigf
ami jioullry for market. On Thur.
d ty be gatii. it 1 a large loud uf clops
11, d icI'h-p frora 1 teres und bouses
it!i wh icii t . f. ed his stock. Among
thu ttulV viio found n'Vtral i-tale
Pit: t of the cakes were given to bis
family to cat ;Oid I! e lt-st were fed to
tho thicken:.. Soon aft'ir nil of his
chick, ns wt io dea l. This, however,
did not warn him that tho cukes tun
lain, il poison, ami his liu fhildreii
ate iho rem liuder. Tho thihlr. 11 wer.1
seized with convulsions. A doctor
was summoni d but a live year-old boy
was dead before ha at lived.
Tho little Hrl Funny was tunned
to the lloor and the btovo ovtiiuriiHd 'u'u aUll "ava the lnedicinu for this
oubtr. IleiTcrtaiu.i werchcaitr, ml- purpose will be sent free of cost to
ing. The t.oighborb baiia block away those who write diteet to Dr. Amiek
hmit-.l thu i l.ii,! I. ui .-mil I 1, , 1 ,,.i, at (.'iiieiniiiili. Ohio.
committees, would have been taken. Ler. It WU;, un l.ur t.wfo,.0 i,ej. j
throughout the wnoio irouuie irov. ! body could be taken out. Part of Lor! The Mavis hotel at Kittrells was
Carr acted with comniendablo cour
All Indian Out In cik.
Di-.nvi:'!, C..1 , April tS --TI o long
threiiteiied war of the Navujo Iiiduoci
ngiiin.-t tiio Mcttlfrs in ihe vicinity -f
I heir lands ban come at l.i-.l, ui. d with
il tho death of tight s. tilers.
Such was fl.t k! aiding news rcceiv-
i ll this 1110 1 nil.;.' by Adjt. (Put. Ken
ni' lv in a tell-
mi r, Indian Agent of the Ninujos,
Limit. Plummet- asked that Ilia fronts
bu tailed nut to prevent further blood
she J, adding that the people below
Duruugo wero iu a wild state of ex-
cilfiuaiit, and grave fais wero en
tf rlaiued lest t he Indians nhi.nl -1 con
tinue their w ai faro idong the valley.
In his intssa.'o the lieut. n .nt slates
that two bat tits hae bcou fotiiiht
already. Tho fust was early yester
day, whin live men weiti killed, all
set tins, while at another encounter
three won? whites lost their lives.
The War i . pai ttueut has teltgi apb-
ed(iei). t'ook, Department of Arizona.
"liightetu iu. ah' a .lay for this pe
riod would ngg! .-gale V.l.i.h lU mer.is,
w hat iiu u mount of food more thun
S'tl'fUOH strved 011 one table net less
than tv.e-.ily thou.-itud doll. us each,
for the Ihrf.o gciif-iatioiis that havr
fear. led from it.
A Colort'l V(i!i!un Dncfor.
l'u iiMONii, Vh , April 2S. The first
Ii male to eliliiii u tt 1 liiieuto to prac
list, iiii'di! ii.e, was giant 1 d by I lit Sialw
lio.-od of M.dieul Pxiiiiiiners lo a
eoloied woman. The members of
the board w.it- suipii.-ed when they
made tho disi'ov. ry (hat the vouiig
woman, w host namn is Sm ah O. Jones,
.. 10 1 who had undergone tiuth a euc
c.ssltil txii.'iiiii.t ion, was a colored
,'ill. In tho flash of hIio t-tood
ninth in stir-try and ranked high in
evu t iiug txetpt anatomy.
The now Virginia dociitss is the
daughter' of Ibti editor of the True
II-. I01 nier, a wee kly paper p.iibliphed
hen1. She was graduated from Har
vard Medical College, thia cily.
.Sfoiiliiig ('oI;inilti' AhIics.
C111cAi.11, April 'J'.). The Herald
Ibis morning has tho follow ing: Au
utiriieeivisful r.tlcmpt to sit d Plnis
I, phi r I oiuoiliiis iishea was made
h.il 1 vei.ing. Tho glass containing
them was broken ami iho priceless
ii-mains lifted from their tistiug
place by an unknown thief whose
presence .h sr erutad Ihe sairid Con
vent La ilal.ida, at Jaikson Park.
The lii-.hts wtro ciiiiied from a dark
corner to the lieht of a window and
cart-fully exuiuii.ed that no mistake
might bo iiuidii, but tl.o delay for the
examination proved disiinlrous lo the
pnrposii of Iho vandal and saved lo
ihe Lxpo.-il ion and postciity nil that
is left of themoilid if iuaiusof the
leat CAploltlTilid bell, factor.
Cor. Parii-li and Coicornn Sta ,
DURHAM, N. C,
Di a! r in puitst wince, wLiskeyg)
W Mish wiiie for sacramental usej
made at lf doc Viutvaid.
A ii i I P). IHMU.
Tlio Soulli Ciirnliiiii l,i(iioc Law.
Coi.iMiut, S. (', Mh.v 1. The
( b.'.-ttr iiipmr case, involving (bu
validity id dm Dispensary ae(, i-iuun
no in the Sni'ii'iue court this morn
ing and a iiue.-tiull of fact bavin-
1 . .1 . ... 1. ,. I HI L'
. ... . t, . T ;.,..t IU,.. . unstdi, tnu eonri ainioiiueu 1. n.
.tioor.iiui. i i;ii.o tesiiinouy, r no
tcsliiuoiiy showed that the bill bad
bteu regularly ami legally lutssed
Mai. Ibimilton, attorney for the
liipior men receded from Ids position
that thu bill vfiis illegal, lie w ill light
the bill 011 constitutional grounds. Il
seems i-bltain that tl.6 Dispensary
law will go into operation July Jut.
A Iiig Strike.
London, May 1. The great labor
struggle began today at Dundee.
Mill owners nt tht.t place recently
hotiliwd operatives that a rifluctiou
would have to be mitdo iu thfir wages.
All kinds of LUMLLH for sale nt tht
PIT T50QSC SHUTTLE MILL
CEiLIHG AKD FLOORING,
l'i '.Ni n ami K11 n Dmni, on Ronoiti
liil!.. r-.vM .1 to oidi r ot nhort notice
(rood Ceiling r.!,d I'looi ing already
Dui.s.,i: at only ? L'iO per 100 feet.
13. nsrocE, jt.
Sept. 17, IK'.tl.
HllAI) Tlil.S LIST!
Misses' Fust thick Hoko IOo.
Ui .tss Pms 5o.
Culling Irons 20o
Corsets, 2ra., ode., VJc, 1.00, $1.25.
lsixley's Hboo Polish joi
.South. 111 Pell i''c:p Sdi
Patent Clothes Pina IOo. doz;
Lamp Ciiinineys C, 7, 8c
Windsor Ties 115, 25oi
Linin Napkins SO, :15c doz.
Ladir-ii Hose (high colore), 35, 50et
Silk Mitts (nil colors), 2.1, Hflo.
Hiik (".loves 2o, fiD, 75o.
Pull Dress .Milts $1.00j
Cbilili en's Lace Cups loe. lo 1.25i
DON'T POUCET OL'U
STOCK OF SHOFS.
W00LLC0TT & SONS,
l-i K. Martin St., KALEICII, N. d.
Aril n7, IS-.);).
to Hiuil tro.i)8 inimcdialely to the 1 Mill hands refused to accept tho
scene of trouble. forms of the masters, and today ten
- - j thousand operatives went out on
The loss by tire in Moore county stike. . Several mill have been codj
Komo three weeks ago is estimated pellud to clone in consequence,
nt IHll). Jfany iupu who wi re
; head was burm-d uvvuv. aud the bodv ' dest.nvn.1 I.e fi.n Iuat iiiinliiv mnin-1 in coo.l tire uiufct iint cs ami were 1 Mrs. John U'ike, of Jackson county,
, 1 1 , . inj.uj.il 111.1 fi i.i.ii'ii.it, ...iiiii'ii'!! 11. , . . 'I 1 .. .... , . ..-, . 1 w. I, -.m iit.-iui..iiii.i nin .nr. d n u h.mr in .1 - s hh 11 k. i.HMin iiu.
age, pirn ence ami gooa iiummoni, 1 - . ....y. rao lllaUj i.i...u ; o- v. V 1 .
P I I O J F I , !,.,,, ,,t .,, ,. 1 ,,., .1 ... ... . I . . . . I I 1.. 1.. ..... ,f ...., ll .,n..r,l.l l-U . full ilill'l llfYll Ullll W 11 U
. i v. i-n ..no .... i i i i J.,.,.uil.n(i...l...i,il..,i;...i. .........- .i.ji.or, ..."iiuiin, i,,i.-,., ..mi- , fu.ies irom htitiocai lou, ami masi oi am imeuu in m-;n. ..m ium.. j . ....... ....
itcHii tuy u.,u"i. ua,.wo uuu ui'.iu-.a,,,. ,hou.w., - u"l,lued. The neiahbors .- av the resident 3 I ho eui h nK..,4,..l in ibeir nidit-; whs the most dtsiruelivo ouflacra- fatally burned. Hr bnsl.Hii.l iu try
Jf J'al, : 1, . .....L-... I 1 ., ..... .111, 1 , ' nin ,1 in 111 1,1 lion N m . rimiid j t- . . . , . e , i :. I ... I . , i I . . . - . .
widlbut there aro nearly li.tMKI per 'tor his wise aud peaceful settle taunt not bo found.
.-.i, 1 lie 1 esineill a IllO gllfcSIS OSeUp.'ll 111 llieir 111 ll l- ; W HS t IIB lll.isl lltsi i uei lie e Hiilli-I il- iniwi; i.iiiiirn. j.r u ..r.,..,. ,u j -
se, but they tiiu- j wear, leaving clothing and bt some linn ever known to vinit Moore couu- ingtopttt ot.l the fire was also burned
oases watches aud jewelry behind. ' ty. ' death-.
I'aresm, suit 'I'raile-Vm t oliiitlned, and all VirV
nt l.nfli...i-9 C(ir.1uct.-(l fur Mooioti rm.
Our Orricc IB Oppn ,-Tf u. S. Phttht Orfioe
nj w can f i-.-i.r,- riui'iii iu lim lliuu ibau uiaaa
ruiiiiiip fr,nn W'a-liiiu:tin.
bund inoji l, rir.wlni; nr photo., wltll dMert
ttnn. Wo Ailvlnn, 11 oatenlal.la nr t, frea sf
Cliariro. Our fue nut dua till .at.i.it In neciirwl.
A PJMPHUIT, "IlilW !OOI.tlll I't81lt," wttll
r.ine- of i-tiiHl clitti.u iu yuur buio, county, ut
luu, bcut free. Audrsu, y
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