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VOL IV. - NO. a
gE. JOHN D. BIQOS,
GBO W kkwrll,
ATTORNEY. A T-IJL W.
Tuaxmi, K QL
ti — ■■■■■ LOOM NO. FT A. V.i
at 79k ' W.'i. Efemß WJt
a a rnmmm, a W„ H. D. J. w..
taa, Ik. C. Tijior, & a; I. IL ■»
«ml|. D.;T. C. Cook aad A. P. Tfcytw.
81—«rfi, R. W. Clear?. Titer
Fall Term . .
- WILL BMOIS
fiafajr, Scpttinbcr Ist
B. J. Peel. Prin.
I- I FlWltl, Maaapr-
- ■ EUROPEAN PLAN,
it tot* Prat Street, .
. BALTIMORE. MIX.
Thoroughly Renovated and
JN it la Fiiai-Cbai Order.
CEO. R. DIXON,
riM ■ apoefcly, aln Tfci BoiihM
I / Imm fi.HHilj W— Iml
flMafafc flu ptamM vMi
f TOBACCO FLUBS
« r——« «>M HearteHed faa
Rocky Mount. N. C
A REW FASJ TRAIR
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Wdbamstoo is 1860.
la the year iB6O the tiiywn
bia of the torn were stretched
aa father f rare the river hM thaa
the asset crane MaiaabcnrJ.
S. Cnrtaiphaa's mifcai.ll ■ Tha
rtwetiatheai umtj rood. The
■jiiLiiai Rectory stood ia a field
Ac oaly bnani shore the hoae of
Elder C. BL Handl oa Maia street.
architect—l desiga with beaoty of
fiaiah, was aitaatod n the fat aonr
oceapied by the SMehnae, aad
the. Northwest. This whole sec
tioa van a pmsf aagaificeat
aftibetMni ktoara as "New tW
oecwpied the Mae spare m at pres
ort. The awl aaiuahh resi
dcaee la this part being that af the
Daggsu's haOt ia 1549 hy Mr.
ttfiV C B. Haaaell, a large three
by thestoseof S.H. BHrnTo!
Theaalyhrkh baildiag was oa the
let aoar oceapied by N.S.M&
OaL la thia *a kept ageaeral
who raised the first coaspaay of
paoaaoted to the odbce of Pidonrl of
Ua Hfefar Can"
Mr. Aaalkk Williams ia the
badhfiag oceapied by T. C.
Cook, aad Mr. William Bsgky ia
a store aitaated aa Ms wide act
lot, were two of the aast proan
aeat aaerchaats, Capt Joha La
aier omaphd a store la the coraer
of Mi yard which was reassert
jast a few years ago. V. H.
(ainrebnrned) wtaatad oa the pse-
There srerehsau weal la Mew
hr driiiag to Plyareath aad takiag
a ateaarer to Fraaklia, theaceby
rail to the North. This was con
lidtrert quite a joarney. Goods
The hdea wkh
ahiagks aad asval stores. Three
of drearest pnahual of these were
tha "Alice Gflasa" award by Hea
ry P. Gibaaa. the "Martha Moore"
aad "Cocatae" owaed by Means.
F. aad O Moore. These vessels
were bailt at the ahip-yard ahoat a
ask above the wharf oa the Bertie
fiae. A trade with the West Ia-
Jiaa wss carried oa by these veaads,
|ii« b eschaage for asval starts.
Two rtiarern caase ap the river
daSy—the ' Joha G. Styles.- Capt
Moore, sad tike "Alice of Wiad
•or." Capt. Lafayette Thrower.
The goods dhplsyed by the arer
chaals were cslkoea. to ceats the
yard. Piaach calicoes, 15 cents
■rare those of the peeseat day oaly
gcaastlsa—a geasratkasf gaady
> haeasad Bat the styles!
The bast idea of those caa he had
final a apr sf Godry's Lady's
1 **lTl sT rzra
itfdrtjp aahiag at al Mre the
aras ast caaapiete withoat a iiaaJ.
fiat coOsr of Preach work or hsad
jaaae laca. All clothes were asade
by hsad. aaaehiaea heiagestreariy
nare. The Hacerie af aar anthers
an 111 asm ail ii with a gvcat deal
j favorite fa-ry works of the day.
[ Tattiag. aettiag aad kaitriac were
liiiim 1 Tha ladiea af the towa at
, ankisg 1 a chaage ire wiater. Sob
| haanatS -anae anally worn except
WILLIAMSTON, N. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1502
—asreetaass diawa wort, whfie
hag collars were ast wora; tara
asageaeral thiag black or white
wue to he had tailaw asade ap
haoaddoth saits for laranl acaa-
Mafla were carried throwgh the
ortcaiad boa Halifax to Plysa
or twice a wade. The political ait
aatiaa aaa dncassed aa portrayed
ia the Raleigh Sratiari aad Rich-
Soathera paper of the
tire ITlrrtiaaa were held ia Aa
gaatererytwayeaaa aad the Whigs
aad Deaaocrats opposed each other
Jadp Asa Mggs sad OaL Ckrra
ww www* m
xsob. nincK W
The caart haaae aad H> which
stoad at the fariak af therivarhil
aaarhed the ceater af the toaa a a
stMnhn peiisd. JThe aißrdira
teraity was mmaatod by Das.
Halaey sad Yates.
The Wpjampal aad Mcthodiat
towa. A large aauaher of the oiti
aeas a ere Ptisaitive Baptist sad
wonhijfed a Skewaii.ee as aaw-
Rev. Alfred Wstsoa, who is aow
Bishop of BatCaraßaa, was Rec
tor of the Kpiacopal Church. He
lived a Plyanath aad freqaeatly
walked the satire distsaoe. heiag a
■aaa sf wowderfal l adaraanr The
Methadwt Paator was Rev. Mr.
Chafla. Elder C. B. ITsrerll wss
Pastor a Skewarhee.
The wealthy daaaes rode ia car
riages with their dare drivers.
Horse-back was poptdar aredeof
JEW food achaola aoarkhed ia
the towa. The Male Acadewy at
the preaeat boildiag (repaired
siace) read thl Fiaaali Acadeay la
what is aaw Mrs. Akx Smith s
wadiaa Prof. Chase, of Ver
aaoat. was priacipal of the Male
Acadewy. Narthera waaaea were
eaaployed to tea* as it was caaaid
ered dtgiadiag far a Suwthcra so
aaa to da say work owtstie of
hoar. Bays studied Greek aad
Lata aad were prepared far Chap
el Hill awd other colleges. The
girls had Lata, araaic aad paiatiag
aad were oaaally seat to Sakre.
Grcereboro, St- Mary's and Mar
freesboco. The girls were ante
givea to gaasa aad play thsa a
the paoeat tin.
The yoathfal light heart aad
vea. verv often lirht head.
theasn thiag ia a diferewt aettiag
[ ia all tees aad oowitrics. Slaves
san sad arove far
' mti had their daily tasks bat aever
' a care far the fatare; far Master
\ aad Miatreas woald see that they
were warm fa wfater awd had aaf
\ ficiea food aad careful attentioa ia
. ail bsi a Chafataasa caaae ia IS6O
aad with II Christasss cheer. bat a
t then fraaght with aantpsreat
j gage the village gosaip The school
. boys begaa to lore iatrea la their
[ the san charas far thsa they
t drasnl af aaahita, the rosriag
f a guaral aaaer—bat a ooapaay
facang to p> to the front to ba
\ tie far the hoawr of the Sowth.
Tans a hag good-bye to the
. dear aid reghar. far ia 1861 the
' CSvd Va begaa aad the old towa
gave her hravea snd best
t ■ •
1 CUKJBDOF PILES APTKa t»TBAK
-1 Me. C Hooey, of Gona. Okfa. tod the
1 pflai w fwtjr ywMS. Paeans aad lillais
t Witch Hsxel Salve cured hiw perwooeot
ImiWnlM m «!■ it la
m* agaia iala a wk'
•1W T« Dm ia a graad
Hhtfj 1 lilif h hm. r
"Vagi waa a w total vagia.-*
tha Gncd4*—Vflfa*! Wort
■■ ■ ■
mar what toc kkkd.
C——wn» iwiiKa ana w
«ta JI i 111 fill fi ~ *1 i 111' a.
WW» >w hnih laiHi ia lk aaatb
Whea yaw tow fctaqid.
frbia j■■ fni tini ■
regabneyaarhia a l»mk Ma«
Mb pee ton.
C*L . ' .
A Not TMrtr Ton ttt-lk
TO DHJHBATOK k riN ttt
To do jatffcr to this ■■ailn.
which for beaaty aad atikty toacb
ca Ike higha* aak, h waald he
r ntirran wy to priat the eatire list of
t that ia k the beat aoden wikui
i tod. The hank contaiaa am *jd
f page*.with 34 faß-page OtotntaH
. of wkich JO arc ia two or aan col
i on The atagaitade a( thia Qma
. paper awdaix toacaf iak have beat
r fact that 9i preaaea raaaiag 14
boars a day. have bcea iifiiwd to
priat it; the liad'a| aloae af the
ditn af 91 5.000 copies npwaat
mg ovff j0.000.000 sectiow vkidi
had to be gathered iadiridaaOy by
A THAKKSGIVIWG DHOOPL
f ■ aatia^'ha»
| ton. headache, auar riaage aad fcaßy
catarrh of the itiiwarh Kl 111 atoa
r cam the tatoih. tahtiaualylia.
t j»»nala.an II i.rhl II
When a abort jnaag aaa gets
sweet oa a tall pri he iroaadiateljf
baji a tall sdk hat.
A chad. af VOL G«L T. toaaaa. whea.
ilipftl hack agaJaat a b«t atonahidi
pnl ah—J «d hia witbrr caali da
- *w «■ * »» - * " -
■«*Ui| w pi' nf WBi. Kl ■WWim
that to had a battle afCh 1 lnli»-»
«mU try It. la toataM half aa tone
dent af KHto. Va. Ma tola lean aa-
OFFES TO THB COLOITIST
u, Caaauo, Taaaa, Omaau aad
lien ** i6Cb
J j «h - auto
Frfciaary yd " 17th
Ibrrh yd " IJth
■ 7th *• aaat ...
Write iar aiiirttoaK aalkr, tales aad
* iafiiiaiiilimi 11 W. T. UrXDEKS
& a. r. bl.
t » m mm
Far aidk hmltihe try Cli ml 1 I It Is
wrfaflkr attach it tahea ia Uaw. Par
aalebyft. ft MftCa
- a * OA_ sf-af
vjOfion i ria 1 til fir mi
■ah— today gave oat the fal
bahg repoet bjr states aad Imi
tories af the growth af 190 a ap to
■ad tocbadiag October 18. 190 a:
-2 M 25
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to|h, pikM 4J«|i P-»
hdhahator. 4*7 J*J
fiat 1 th | *4 ) to*
in! I 1 1 Md 4J-*
Mh I. 14.9*9 57 to*
Warth Cinttaa. M.o»» Mh to.j
Ihlelaai, lito ••• to*
gi ita r in . iM.«}i 7*-*
Tiaanm. tat.tto TP W
Itoaa. «.7*'.7W 409 7M
Tlglnli S-tof to to*
"The above atatntics of the qnaa
tity of oottow giaacd were collected
thiowgh a penoaal, iadhridttal.
giaai 1 > canvass of the cotton
States bjr 6x6 paid local special
agewta af the oeaaas office. The
idiartt af the percentage of the
Mai crop giaatd to aad indndiag
October 18, ia baaed oa the est i
ato* af throe local ageots. who
woe inalrncbed to coafiae their es
thaatos to the territory cairraaaed by
tea and the knowledge gained
therafroaL The office aaaarocs ao
if|iiaajlaiilj (or the accuracy of
theac eatiaaates. This report will
. the cottoa gianed ap to andhtdnd
, iag December 13, aad a third aad
, fiaal report, to be atade ia the ear
. ly apriag. will cover the crop of
. the aeaaoa. The fiaal report arill
, the crop by coatrtriea.
r rgg" g«— the apkrod aad aea fe
gbc arcighta of aaaae."
(MIK HMTTI COCCH CI'KR
U the m\j l iiwlm «M|h care that
gjaaa jaiifl aelief. Core* Cm|hi. CoMa.
Cramp, Braachitia.' Ccagh.
fai—uafa. Aathraa, laGrifp. aad alt
thraat cheat aad Laag troabks. I got
■alii bjr rato, aays Gcrtndc-H_Fraacr.
! Mtw. lad., aad caatiaeted a arrerc
t cold aad aaagh. I failed rapidly . k«t 48
Iba. My dragßiat nrn—lailnl One
Maale Caagh Care. The first battle
' gin - • »— J law
1 bach ta wy aid we%ht. M#lbe.O»e Mia
' ate Can cab the phleKW-relicTcs
the 1 aatb at aaca. deaaa aat laliaai
tiaa, carea may. Aa ideal maaljrtor
, 111 l . SLft.No--
• Ostrich eggs are oaly a twelfth
E the coat of hea eggs, that is. so far
' asSowth Africa ia ooaceraed. Hea
| Cgga coat 75 cents a doaea, bat oa
I trich egga each of which h eqohra
■ leal to aa ar >4 hea egga. coat to
' hiiaai a ill aaakea tat all hole ia the
' tap af the egg. The quantity ar
qaired ia ahakea oat. and the shell
ap. aa though it were a bottle. So
treated, the contents of the egg
keep qahe a long dare whea care ia
takea to place the corhed shell ia a
The aathorities have strictly
prohibited the exportation of os
, trich eggs, bat the birds hare keea
m 1 liroalitid to Sooth Africa. Aa
Aarericaa haa also founded an oa
trich coloay in the aoath of Franc*,
at Nice. The resales are that
Sowth Africa has daagerous rivals
ia the field, aad that oatrich eggs
way sooa figare oa oar breakfast
FOB A BAD COLD.
tfyaa ton* a had aald yaa aaad a aaod
1" wediriae Ike Chawberlaja*a
CH«h tiailrhlaata aad relrere it.
aad to afcy the iretoaiaa aad taflawK
by M. ft. Vbel a CO.
a - -
KATBS OF ADVE^StIfG^
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- Mrin " fitoo.
War h»gn dmtinali Liberal CnrtnrU w»IJ he wit
I COODROADS. I
Good bdk* Ihecirlia
Caujit The miiafiam
tests of the k(iu of its civi
of tht imlirntmws of the e«*rj«rr
of the fUfk frao iMvageSUtc.
pn with the iJimco of the n»-
tiaa, ■ nrinx. wealth, Martrj',
Macular. Hktory of England,
Val- ■: It vat fay the highways
that hath m»Uu» aad goods gea
erally passed fma place to place,
and those highways appear to have
beea far wane thaa ought have
beea expected Croat the degree of
wealth aad civilization which the
aatioa had the* attained.
Report of New Jersey Palilic
lag of goad nadt is the west step
hawatd ia ha— ihnlupattal.
EBa F. Moaby: A populatioa
ranaans sparse aad scattered where
there ate aa roads, aad there, too.
ate toaad those pathrtir hoaae
holdsai the aid aad helpless. The
jaaag ars. aye. aad oAea young
■of. ate gowe aa the towns,
gone West, game aayahete where
there is a chaace lor thera. If
they had raised good crops, fine
baits, aow transport them to mar
ket? Iflthey had good horses, the
hard weak aad tear of the roads us
ed theai ap If they were ingeu
ioaa or thrifty, there were ao neigh
bars to give a word or two of
■hull agar praise to keep np a
friendly coat petit mm. ia trade and
barter ideas with, there was worn
oat thiakiag ia old grooves as even
as woraoat haiacw. Aad ia the
short wialci days aad long winter
aights the howae was drearily iso
lated froaa other houses by king
stretches of muddy aad rough ways,
aad the sight of a human face at
the door was startling. It has been
said that the Salem marines* of
witch stonier was greatly due to
the slow aad infrequent cumnuni
catioa betweea the towns of old
days. There was time for unheal
ruaiT usitt larraatoorasH.
Good roads better the social coo
ditioa of raral popalatioas by pen
Mitdag easier intercourse one with
• StL Paal Pioneer Press: The
worst difficultv about rural life is
not the difference that separates
one habitation from another—it is
the fact that this distance to be
traversed is a barrier during cer
tain seasons of the year almost as
inpaaibk as a mountain range or
a swollen torrent- Farmers, as a
rale, are sdl supplied with vehic
les aad horses. They are not wed
ded to a life of solitude, but love
Cheer aad autlUality, even better
than other folks.
' Dr. Schaeffer, ut President lowa
State Uaroersity: Good roads
would enliven social life in the
ooaatry aad arrest the regrettable
tiatfrrrrrf aaaay people to posh to
the city. Make the life bright oo
the farxa, and yau will sead fewer
farmers' wives to the insane asy-
TB MESTUQMDY W* CKOI.P.
If tm || ■■■- S»» ■ Gtafcr.)
Thft b Ifee aaamn aUea thewomaa
who kwnlkt hat reawdies far tramp
j*.! —r* iniMi ilii- **- " "
to he awakened ia the aaddle of the Bight
I, 11 h 111| final 11 ***" Tta
teat, ia care at eroap. aa a revolver »
■an to he lot ia caw of haigtaix. There
Mi to he —«U fa.hinanf if—l) for
TT-—r. kaoan aa hive syrap "4 toln.bat
aoaae modeta mothers aay that Chamber
Ua-i Coagh Itfidj u better, aad does
aotcoUwmwh It 1 aaan thr patient to
"throw mp the phlegm" iwto. and
Sma relief ia a ihorter time. Cirethia
■■ever fail* ami ia pfaaamt aad i* cafe
to take. ParaalehrN-&.lVel&Co.
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WHOLE NO. 164.
Report of ConriHOKr of Pub
lic Roods, New Jersey: Bond im
provement by which people canea
tioa, pmnuo to be the problem
that wiO settle many of tbe evils of
out coojputed cities.
Pnkaar N. S. Skakr, Harvard
University: On the character of
these ways ultimately depends the
ease with which a people secure
neighborly communication, as weM
as advantageous relations to the
outer world. It is doubtful whether
a sound democracy, depend tug a*
it does on close and constant inter
action of the local life, can be well
maintained in a country where the
roadways pot a heavy tax on hu
mh rwiL'"' y'mli
ROKRTy CHILL TOtllC
iWihnt ■■■€— a MarM,
Mnti' Tanlr «■ one ]rw
tm* know afli about this y el—
law pafaaa ami hm puhctaf
Rakarta' Taalc to «rin It art. |
nwiak yaw lyrtia. faataia I
■ppitha. partly the Mood, pea- I
vant and eve Chflla, Fevers and fl
Malaria. N has owed tbana- I
anis It wB cars van, or yonr I
amacy tack. nbbUr. Try ■
It. Fries. 2S cents.
For ale by Awkma. lUnrll ft Co .aad
■ W J \L J
m> w H . H
■ ■ ffl k ■ j
Cue imanra As.
MHy In lll—i>—m.
MM «I*— IBSj * t» ■■■«!«
Digests what yon eat
This preparation ountalns all of IM
dicestania aad dl(e4s all kinds o*
fond. Itrives Instant relief and navs#
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food yon want. The most senslM V
stomachs can take It. By Its use man#
thousands of djnprpUa hava beak
cared after everythingate tailed. U
unequalled for the aiomach. Chllm
ren with weak stomachs thrive on 1W
first dose relieves. A diet anncotamiJL
Lj COLLABB | I^^
Tbs anly nUarmla aW> a
hMvjr. • ply mmb.
retail two Foa aouahtm]
AND EOUAL AMY TWSMTY-
FtVH CtNT OOtAAM MAOk|
SoM kr Hm. ■■ f data sasr
MH«>» P"M. for as rsnta.
Van Zjndt. Jacobs & Co.
Troy. PC Y.