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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, JANUARY !(, 1884.
NO. 41. . '
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NEW BERNE ADVERTISEMENTS.
1 1 I I
j?. w i ill
For the coming season
" fnllnwin.tr snecialties in
tivators, etc'. :
-r The ORIOLE Chilled Plow,
The Queen Plow-steel, the Champion and Granger Plows,
wLicb I claim to be the beat turning plows in the market, and guarantee every
ome of them to give satisfaction or money will be returned. Don t buy any
- until jo hare seen them.
The Climax Cotton Plow,
th beat Cotton Plow. I defy contradiction.
The "Acme" Harrow.
T.U--o. tV.m nrnnnni,. them the
" jT ou ia patting ia jour small grain.
. A41C WkT4iWiC uuD.6jr6 "o " , V-7a
i '-A-'.: L.-W.- DawMO, Ridfe Soring, Pitt conuty. says : " ould not take ?:00
-M. ior'j Hiding CnltiTator if 1 could not get another just like u. '
ij- ' Samuel Qninnerly, Johnston's Mills, N. C. say?: "The Riding Culti-;
rr' vto( iom perfeeft work."
7, --:V;"'Brai and try one. Remember if it does not give rerfect satisfaction ;
, ".. lfvill b taken back. '
'.VsrTAMllbeoe Common Plow3, Castings, Clevises, etc., oio., on ,
""" ' liand. - ' '
f'.'ail- r e.. ,f,.ot,am aw and ftriati
Mill. Shingle Machines, Cotton Gins, Presses,
-CEAVEX STREET. NEXT POOR TO COTTOX EXCHANGE
I . : NEWBERN, X. C.
Pell Ballance & Co.,
SOUTH FRONT STREET, HEWBERN, N. G.
We are not members of the Board of
Trdde, nor have we ever been, and we are
carrying the Largest and Best Selected
Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries ever
displayed in the city, consisting of the fol
lowing: ' 25 bbl. Best in the World Flour.
50 " South Lake Flour.
100 " Tip Top Flour,
100 u Parity Fiour,
50 " Saratoga Family.
50 " Saratoga Extra Flour.
25 James River Super. Flour,
65 bbls. Pork,
5000 lbs. Fat Backs,
5000 lb. Lone Clears.
5000 lb. Smoked Shoulders.
1250 gallons Molasses. Svrup-. tc
50 backet Lard.
10 Tierces Lard .
25 Tin Cans Lard.
4000 lbs. choicest C ream Ch. r--
1000 lbs. choicest Creanury H i -. 1 .
500 gallons Vinegar,
500 gallons Cider,
250 bags Salt,
15 bbk Table Salt.
100 boxes Soap,
40 bags Coffee,
20 gross Essence Coffee,
10O boxes Cakes and Craeki r-.
150 boxes French and America:: lir.i:. :;.!'. - : 1 . r:- .
65 boxes Soda, quarter, half an 1 1'. -.
50 cases Pickles in glass.
100 cases Bakiag Powders.
450 boxes Plug and Tw;.t T
100,000 Mediam and Fine Ci.'ir.. mir.-it".. :: r" - -
1200 lbs. Lorillard and C. X' A S:. . v. ::. .r . - ; - -.
125 Boxes Raidics.
125 boxes French and r r;-a:i
10,000 Florida and Jamaii a '"-:j -.
1000 Me.sina I.eraoi:.'.
2000 Porto lli, i Cocoa N u -.
5000 lbs. Pecans. Fill-fW. A'. !-. V , . .
200 boxes Scotch IK rr
Canned Peaches. Sard::.- I -' i'
And everything in the (inx-cn
tionery line, which wc proper i
YERY lowest li ing rfit.
We carry a r nil .
Fancy Groceries, on
We solicit only th:
Come and see us.
I am offering the
best clod crusher and pulverizer in use.
sell at tho
i -ill ctioiH'ry anl
we cluirLic a
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USHIM. SYSTKMS AND THK MEANS
OK DKYKI.OIMNN THEM.
1" I u- Monthly Jiullifin sent out by
t!n' Impartment of Agriculture of
Nmth Carolina, tor 1 lecein ber con
tains i report from Superintendent
Worth "M North 'arlin:i lihinir
which wo copy in full. The Super
i n ; tM) i ! 1 1 1 sIi.i'.vn th.ir tin' ;u titieiul
process ot h. itching is by tar the
;;..-! -11 .-.--fill 111 restocking out
..iiinU aiol r:vis with tish. As
he in. ; Imds tor artitii'ial hatchilig-
i i . i c .i '
at least i
; Ml n inse-
n -:nipltuel. why cnnhi
ti-ht-rtaaii In' i' 1 1 J l -t i'd in
ami devote the roe of'
lie ripe -had for hatching
! The demand upon our
h de iler- in this
e -o ere it till bu
!. -a e those who
se- tion for shad i
tew of our peo- .
are engaged in 1
had. The price
-Inn,:, ean eat a .-a
kept hig-h until none but those
e.o.i atTord luxuries ean buy
a,. We have made several at-
ur la i in
i (Inert the attention ot
rs to ti.-Li culture, but don't
have been verv successful
There are many ponds and
ail over the country
their present condition,
are nuisances, but might be turned
into fish pom is and be made to
furnish an abundant supply offish
tor the table, w e intend to keep the two past springs, when the sea
pegging away at it. but will change 1 sons were a month late. Kept the
Dossey Hattle's slogan "Hog ami i sn(l down in the sounds in
k.,,i ', p;,i, ,n,i i,nmir. brackish water, and their whole
1 have preserved in alcohol some
specimens of young shad, which
are the direct result of artificial
propagation. They were hatched
from eggs aititicially fertilized at
Avoca, I'.ertie county, last May,
and subsequently manipulated at
the carp ponds near Kaleigh.
December 1st, upon removing them
with other tish from one of the carp
ponds, I found that they had grown
to the length of lour and one eighth
were broad and thick,
and active. Their pre:
was not unexpected, but I was !
struck with two points, one being ;
their superior condition alter six '
months' confinement in a pond, the
other their small death rate while :
confined. Ou June 21st, I had
the jjsi, from 0ne pond put into
another, and among those trans-
ferrea wero 1)t lnole than a half
dozen .-had, then seven or eight
weeks old, too small to be easily
identified. I"ion drawing the pond
five months later, lour were found.
The conclusions which follow are
these, that artificially hatched shad
I fl a ril.i Mfi 11 1 TV), 1
vitality to make healthy adnlt tish. j
and that fry may find proper food I
ia nursery ponds, ami that a proti-
able small loss only would follow it I
l.irpo numbers were inned up for
some weeks or mouths in proper
ponds. That artificially fertilized
ova produce healthy adult shad is
tint que-t ioned by persons informed
upon thjj recent achievements ol
! fish eulturi.-ts, but there ai poisons
who, without any sufficient reason,
doubt the fact.
There were such an abundant
-had catch on the Pacific coast
during lss.i. that the fish -went
befim." so to speak. This freat
result was from the small number
lot two hundred thousand try sent
across the continent by the United
States Fish Commissioner. Their
abundam-e in a perfeci state shows
clearlv the ab-oluto proof of the
-oiindiif-s of the theory of fi-h cul
ture, and moreover, t hat fi-h may
i be used in stocking new waters as
successfully as foreign plants may
: be introduced for new crops. Over
i three-fourths of the plants cultivat
ed tor the support of man and ani
mals are imported.
The very important increase in
the shad fisheries ot' the Potomac
also .-how the practical value of the
Fisii Coininis.-ion work in deposit
ing young shad artificially hatched.
This stieaui ciht i-.rs ago, when
the lir.-t plantings were made, yield
ed about one hundred and .-ixty
thou-ai.d -had: it now produces
nearly live hundred thousand, and
has done -o two ears, and. iu ad-
1 : L i 1 1 . .-hnwed a steady increase
during 1S7'.'-'o and is-.. Indeed,
the ai titicial fertilization and hatch
ing of ova is nothing but an aid to
natuie. as will at once appear on
-iit;ht examination. The di rlel'eiice
lies in thi-, that when shad drop
their egg- in the u.hii ; he pi o! U hie
io;:ii'.mt i :n pregn .i'd d",- n, it l e.iv'u
. o , i ! i ,m o i:o i two ur iiio: c ; iio n
- ; : i i . 1 1 . I i ! , g . 1 W I . i ' '. i -. I ' e i o - - ; ; g
g;vga;;:ig in a -n:g!i- -e.'.-.i-;: many
It would be eitravagant to Mip-po-e
that more than half the iShad
whieh vi.-lt annually llie Albemarle
Soiiinl are taken by the fishermen.
If then we estimate the annual
catch at tour bundled thousand,
hole would be an equal number
ieit iu tl.ew.ttet to -pawn naturally.
Supposing that one halt' of these
i ; u o hundred t hot is uid are female
-had. the null) ber of eirgs deposited
v. i il lie. act ually. inn t hoiisand mil
lion L'.ooo.o o.ouo. 1 he actual re-
-'ilr.mr luoduct in
I'. lit' I'
I ! 1 1 1 1 1 to:
nil ' ' i
i.it l-.. i
lie nisi t
K'Sl 1 1 ve
n . -1 .
i it ii i
'.t, el: '
greater loss sustained in the natu
ral methods ol'hatchivig takes place
in the egg. both from lack of im
pregnation and from mud, fungus
and enemies of nil kinds.
A large per emit, uf the shad an
nually netted from our waters are
unripe and ; no value lor hatch in
purposes, but -uflicient numbers art,'
ripe to permit extensive operations,
and since the methods have Uen
simplified at least a hundred fisher
men's aid cai lie availed of, during
next spring only, in collecting this
ripe product which is now wholly
unproductive. A iipe tish is sold
and her roe eaten or thrown away.
If her eggs arc La ken and hatched
artificially, they produce ten to lit
teen, sometimes sixty thousand fry.
As there is no means of ascertain
ing the exae' catch of fish in our
waters, and Tis t he vai i at ion in rain
fall and temperatures affect the
movements of the tisli.it has been
impos-ible to make any very defi
nite figures on the catch and its en
hancement. In view, however, ot
the immense yield to plantings on 1
the Potomac, Alabama and Pacific
rivers, 1 believe that I have given
the Fish Commission insufficient
credit for its benefits. Had if not
been for the work done. I am sure ,
that the catch would not have been '
Shad will not. leave water sixty-'
two degrees and go into that of six
ty to spawn. In consequence of,
this fact recently established bv I
Col. Mel) onald the cold rains ot
movement was changed,
j It is now definitely known that as
'soon as the rivers, bays or sounds
reach a temperature higher than
that of Hie ocean the shad come in
; for spawning purposes. If the riv
ers are warm they ascend at once.
This movement begins in January
ami lasts tin lareni-May, nut varies
in proportion as the river water is
warmer or cooler.
Now, if a further test shows that
shad fry can be reared successfully
; .. .1 . 1 ... . ; ... 1. .
iu luo.s 10 nil' ;ige 01 .-i.v inoiiiiis.
the results m the work ot artificial
propagation will surely be doubled,
But, under any circumstances, the
increase ot the shad fishery by the
casing turn naicning 01 ova win
reacii a magnitude totally un
dreamed of by the average citizen.
The river fishery of North Caro
lina yields the shad, herring, rock,
white perch and sturgeon, each one
of these being a migratory species 1
termed anadromous. They run
up in spring and deposit their eggs.
Their combined annual value is
$504, ."0. This product can not
will, 1IT 111 (I 1 U l ,11 IU ,1 l' 11.11, Kill Wl"
orations, but doubled, without
I he area ol the nvcr fisheries is
extensive, furnishing ti.-h food to
the population of thirty or more1
counties. The class of nets used in
the river li dieries include the sim
ple bow or dip-net, fished by two;
men in a canoe, the drift-net and
stake-net, which gill the tish, the
haul semo of one to three hundred'
yards length and others a mile and
a half long, tished by steam, and i
the pound-net known locally in this
State as Dutch net.
THE COAST FISHERY
the East is almost unknown to
people vl the State, hut is re
resented in nearlveverv town with-
: in our borders in the supplies of ex-
cedent fishes. Among the.-e aie
1 the Spanish mackerel and pornpano.
worth twenty to sixty cents a pound,
mullet, blue-fish, sea-mullet, spot
ted trout or skipjack, gray trout.
; croaker, spot or jimmie. pig-tish.
slice) head, sailor's choice, led
; mouth, black snapper, sea-bream.
black fish, red and black drum cera.
: and many others of equal excellence
too numerous to mention. These
fi.-h are taken chiefly in .-cities
handled in row boats containing
crews of five to eight men. Gill net
ti.-h ing 1- also a method of capture.
The annual value of the salt water
ti.-hei v was. according to the Cen.-lis
.'So, 71,1, which amount
since been gleatlv increased b,
ffessive nit n
In August -uid S'-ptember la-t it
w as my pleasure to iccen e alu.ible
aid fi 0111 two part it'.- w ho ha e been
prominent in adding to the income
at this fishery. Messrs. W. ). Davi
kV Son, Wilmington, and Geo. N.
Ives, l'.eauioit. Had we lic'l c -in h
men at woik iu our Uitd.-t the -c.l-board
countie- would -0011 support
a population thiee times that of to
day. Their c 1 operat 1011 . i n repre
sent 1 11 g the li.-herie- of the State at
p.osioti, made tin- iindei taking a
It i- the avow ed purpose of ! he
Board of Agi ictilt tire to advertise
the latent wealth of North Carolina
to the world, and w ith t he aid of
science to encourage and aid in de
veloping the Homey value ot hoi
o attempt lias e ei
to show her weal; h :n
cnli.-lilt I e
r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1
c Ci ed : i:
A Ian pi
1 '1 i ii I llet -. ,V
A M I Il!t Hi e.
benefit - ot .1
;i i i ii ii i.
stone crabs, marsh heus, and
DIAMOND BACK TKK E AI'IN is,
one of the greatest delicacies, which
are to some extent penned up in '
enel "-ures. where they breed with
astoi,;.-hing success. In a state of
nature they are vigilantly watched
by eagles, hawks and crows, who
follow them and dig up their eggs
from the. -and. The raccoon al.-o
preys upon I hem with fatal results..
I IH-: IKH.K AND LINK FISHING
of that section is rare and engaging.
More than twenty-live varieties of
choice tish are taken abundantly in I
this way. ('hiel among them are
now n more
thousand taken by parties in a
single -hai jiie in one day. These
are t rolled tor with long lines and a
hook and a white piece of bone on !
i he end of a line, which answers for'
bait, fishing lor these is attrae-,
live to all. and the interest is in-.
creased when a Spanish mackerel,
is taken. The sheep-head is abiind-.
ant, and takes the hook readily, j
al.-o the drum, weighing twenty to j
seventy pounds, aud others, reach
ing twenty-live species. In the'
town ot Wilmington as many as a i
hundred cart loads of such fish are
sometimes found on the market
during a single day.
On this market shrimp to the;
value of s.-.iiooo or more are sold!
annually. They are among the
choicest of articles, being a great I
delicacy. Of late Mrs. K. Warren!
has been engaged pickling them, j
and is successful not only in making
a delicious preparation, but also in
realizing ready sales at paying
prices. In a few years it is certain
that .-he will be able to show a
great increase in production to the
demand she makes for them.
.Mes.-is. Davis cc Son have in
creased the oyster product of Myrtle
Crove Sound from 300 to 500 a
year up to l.OOO or .".000. and the
other branches of the fisheries in
The attractions of the coast sec
tion are as varied as our climate,
soil, liora and fauna w ould indicate.
The country is but moderately set
tled, and is unvisited except by
three oi' four thousand home people.
I do not know how it can be illus
trated iu an exhibit other than
through the medium of a fishery
display. Once made known, the
fears of malaria, now so greatly
exaggerated in the minds of per
sons abroad, w ill be dissipated, and
its superior advantages be turned
to u.-e. It has, unquestionably, as
tine a future as any section of the
1'nited States. Fish, so abundant
here, become scarcer as you proceed
inland, but a very strong interest in
fish culture has been developed by
the Board, and the deficiency, it is
hoped, will be greatly made up by
private ponds, more thau a thou
sand of which have been built with
in tour vears.
THK (J ICR MAN" C.VKP
has been used in stocking these. It
is a tish of good quality w hich will
suit the average taste, and is pos
sessed of all The elements to render
its culture a profitable business.
A given quantity of food supplied
to tish of any kind, and to poultry
and swine, will produce double the
mini her of pounds of tish for, being
cold blooded, the fish requires no
consumption of material to keep up
The Carp, w ith information per-
taining-io their culture, are furnish-'
ed by the Boaid without cost to the
people, while the river fisheries are,
maintained by annual plantings of!
try of shad. Hut another system of
li.-hing waters, which is of very 1
great importance, is found in the
w hich covers . more than twenty i
.minifies in the extreme western!
end of the State, mostly beyond the'
Blue Bulge. Wherever Trout ex
ist I reler to the Brook Trout
other species of the Salmon can be
introduced with eminent success. ;
The rapidly increasing wealth oi !
the Ciii'ed States is bringing about
an annually incieasing attendance'
at the mountain resorts, giving to!
favored sect ions a new source of in- j
The iin'.iix into the trout section
of New Yoik and adjoining St.ites. I
an area tar h-.-s than the trout area,
ofWc.-tein Carolina, carries t here '
each ear ten 111 illions ot dollars, a
sum twice as great as it would yield
i 1 0111 agi ieulturc. even were it the
most lei tile land. The people go :
l In i " to li-h and hunt,
the elite!' attract ions.
1 have made smne
xi e rimeiits
' .'iioi ni.i trout and laud
d 1 1 i;h 'i i in a few streams
1 1 T ! I 1 1 1 1
Until species were a! und
M 1 11 ctrek. McDowell county,
I lived mi t lie banks two
I s and observed thein. At
en months of are they were
h in t he nat i ve 1 1 mit at t hree
ir eai s old.
Kstes. t 1
S.in e ; he
Jlowi ne; linck.
is smue that
ni ire than a
ean be accli-
st e (ii at -of
1 Si heme
i i.'. i el n -.
d. u h
ream - n;
,,. At W.
: . 1 - a line I
d as :
;1! bleed Ilet
d the l'.rnnk trnllt
water habit and
. 1 he ( alllni'.il.i
nch higher t em
i.in t !
i: i ii.
h I III
shrimp, channel and soft crabs,
TUT I' NIT EI) STATES SfNAT!
ondelit. of the I'h'.ia
' has been writ ing u
appearance of on;
Senators in (
a few extracts
Butler, oi St
tigless. We make
iha' one ,
.e is. but
in a. is I oat
il tho-e we!i
I don't know
h one. But-
the la.-i row .
not imagine i !
turned li ml s
know i ha; .i.i
that I caii i .-
; v w hie
ler is al iie the average
His figure is well mold
head is well proportioned,
features are well chiseled.
is very refined aud beautiful. His
forehead is haul, but he has abund
ant silvery-gray hair. I!;- mus
tache is also gray. He ahva;, s
dre.-ses tastefully. lie i- to mv
mind the handsomest man in Con
league, i- ,: t
has not a:
leg he he
Iks with tin
War. lie v.
of a crutch or a cam
look unlike the iliac
cept T hat hi - head i
and that hi- whisl
lie dues not
Ihn nside, ex
not .-o large
ers are of a
raw He is a
very graceful speaker, like his col
league. Doth are very pleasant
companions. John ;. Harris, of
Tennessee, is a small, trim -looking
man, with scanty gray hair, a still',
straight gray mustache and the
general appearance of a Malay
General. He has a bell-toned voice
and a verv eloquent manner after
j he ha
lashed himself into enthusi
Ile is a good lawyer. lie
has all the rules of the Senate on
his tongue's end. I f the Democrats
had a majority in the Senate liar-'
ris would be a candidate for Presi-;
dent pro tempore. .Jackson, his
colleague, is a short, sleek, gray-!
haired lawyer, of good fortune and I
family, wit h a short, grav goatee
and a way of looking pleasantly at
you over his gold-rimmed cve -
'i,.M, . ,. ,,-"r, r
glasses. Coke, ot lexas, is a big
ucmco, uiy-uouii'u, uig-oiceu man, t
uu iook.3 uii a .anionic or Ho
meric hero. His big head is bald
on top, but fringed with plentiful
io..i it. 1 . , ... 1
uintK oaii. ue nas a ousny,
tangled beard. He is a good law
yer. Sain Bell Maxey, his col
league, a '' straight, thin Scolch
looking man, was educated at West
Point, has smelt burning powder,
has seen a great deal of the world,
is a well-read lawyer aud an ac
complished man. He knows Mexi
co almost as welt as he does the
United States. He has dark-brown
hair, a short, circular dark-brown
beard. Both are streaked with
silver. He has a good voice and a
forcible delivery, and he always
commands the attention of the
Senate. Morrill, of Vermont, looks
like a second Charles Sumner.
His head is not quite so large, but
the resemblance is marked. He u
a charming old gcutlemau, with a
bright, quick mind and great good
nature. He has a good grasp of
financial questions. He lives in
elegance on Thomas Circle and en
tertains in excellent taste. Ed
munds looks more like the Friar of
the old Robin Hood tales than he
does like St. Jerome. He is above
medium height and, being digui
tied, looks taller. His head is now
bald on top aud the circle ol hair is
white. His beard is also white.
His nose is inclined to be red. He
has an impressive face and a still
more impressive manner. But he
is nervous. He plays with the
keys in his pocket or with the iron
rimmed spectacles in his hands
while he i- speaking, and he lingers
his face and be.nd a great deal.
He speaks delibcrati lv and with no
i attempt at elnipietici
: the same little dervish a
bundle or 'neives inspired b
: tish. uiiserujMiioiis ambition,
beard and his hair arc a
grayer. li iddleberger is a tall,
dashing e ivahyman, with a great
deal of black hair on his head :uh1
face. He wears the traditional
broadcloth ai.d a big si mi bi em.
He is iiiiiin'.v and unpolished, ll'.s
education was M'.mty. He has
read law and siit li books outside of
that as he could. He is veiy hot
headed and g:eii to profanity.
He is an effective stump
speaker. imt he will
ablv sav little in the
Uansoin, ot North Carolina,
one of the three handsome men
the Senate. The ot hersare Ahlric
of niiode Island, and
Sou: h t'arolina. Ibiiisma
and reverend seiirneur.
and shapely. He has
shaped head, pmil n-.i! u:
slior:. weil-kept ra iir
i- a 1.1 a e
He i- tail
i's. ami a
His lieaii is i;ir;iy
bald. Katisoin alwa
He dcliLihts in stiiliv-.-
in! ! i -til
! i r i v
a. I lilieli.
lie rejoices in hui. ide e
draws his ends i,vi-j his
wrists, settle- hllu-eit' il.
his chair and ii-ii -us ;
dignity, lie . -ery pin
punctilious. i le spell- de
with a cap; ; a! !." ii.- -an
nld-tasai. iin d v . . s.
is veiy real;-.!. h" ":
cnlleaite, :- ;dva - ueiii.
he is jnllv. lb- i tall. ;
and fat. Vh.-n he i.itr.d-s :
like a mold n; d: - ;.
has a piliv i a . 1 : i ;: : !.
He has a' ; hi.-k : !: .;. ': ..;
i I . .
lint :ly in
r i .
ni his 1
He is a -.: iel-'d
H. I'ell iietnll
well pi es a ed
look as thna.gi
ineiit iii pa,
cat sag". I i
a Mn -!i
a i e
w i : 1
g '. v.
e e g i
.! ! (
man is tall, thin, stoop-shouldered,
gray and weather beaten. His
clothes do not fit him snugly. He
has gray hair, a sparse, gray beard,
deep wrinkles and steel-blue eyes,
i He likes to look through men and
things. I have never found him so
icy as he is represented to be. Put
he is not very warm. He lives very
nieclv now in a line modern house
"a Franklin Square. He has a
wife, but no children. His oratory
is rather thin, but very logical.
Dolph. of Oregon, a "new" Senator,
has the big head and body, the
-ilky gray hair aud long gray beard
of a Viking. He is a good lawyer,
a good politician aud a good-looking
man. His colleague, Slater, is
a tall, well-proportioned man, with
a round head, black hair and beard,
shading to gray, and a great detd
of good humor. He is a good lawyer
and a very quiet Senator until
Oregon is mentioned in debate.
i he Dead of North Carolina.
U.omg the car that lias just
clo.-ed an unusual number of "orth
Carolinians of prominence in their
counties have "ir(II1(1 over f(,
majority." Among the dead were
men ef Statu reputation, ot good
abilities and of much usefulness.
We cannot give all but we are able
to reproduce a sad list. Among the
dead of 1SS3 were the following:
Hon. John V,'. Shackelford, Pev.
Dr. W. T. Brooks, Capt. Stephen
A. Goodwin, J. W. Harper, Dr.
Wm. B. McLean, Rev. W. M. Mc
Gilvarv. Judge John M. Cloud.
Kev. W. II. Bass, Col. Edward I.
Liies, Col. David Coleman, Ma.j.
Samuel C. Barnett, Charles N. B.
Evans, Hon. J. T. Leach, Daniel
W. Curtiss, Dr. 1. W. Glenn, Dr.
Silas Westmoreland, Wm. B. Giles,
Capt. John W. Ellis, Gen. Atlas J.
Dargan, Capt. A. P. Hurt, Kev.
Lemon Shell, Col. John McKae,
Prof. Cary D. Grandy, Hon. Abram
S. Bencher, Gen. J. B. Littlejohn,
: Walter "F. Pooi. lYev.
'n , T i- - 1 - vi- .1
Oscar .). Brent, Col. Geo. W ortham,
, . n- -0 , ,
apt. m. Bnggs. Itev. Dr. John
Amos F. Gaither. Dr. M. T. Wad
iris, Kev. William Hill Jordau.
James M. Pool, Auditor R. & G.
Railroad, Hampton B. Hammond,
i M' .
I Is'- y
loo. W. Stinson, Rev. II. P.
Cole, Peter Adams, Dr. T. J. Pitch
ford. Dr. R. B. Horton and Dr. W.
w . Crreen. Among those who had
been editors or were editors at the
time of their death were Col. Liles,
Charles B. Evans, Col. George
Worthain and Capt. Wm. Biggs.
Tin- Lime-Kiln Clni).
After the stove-pipe liad been
knocked down by the efforts ol'
Giveiiuaui Jones to rest both his
feet on the hearth at onee and
Judge Cadaver, Pickles Smith and
Blossom Johnson had heroically
restored it to place Brother Gard
ner arose and said:
One great cause of human mis-j
ery am de lack dat mankind ex
pects too much of Providence.
Take de case of Elder Toots, fur
iustauee. Pur de las' sixty y'ars
he lias been waitin' fur Providence
to stop de leaks in his cabin roof
an' he am waitin' y it- He some
how expecks dat Providence am
going to furnish him pie an' cake
au' oyster soup, an' when he sots
down to cold 'taters an' tuff meat
he feels as if he had been wronged.
'Take de case of Bradawl Jalap.
Lie has alius had de idea dat he
would some day be rich, an' as a
consekence lie sots ou de fence tin'
plans new houses, an' drives fast
bosses, an" w'ars good clothes,
while his wife goes ragged, and his:
children have cold toes. What he I
, . , , i , i , .. j
might aim b, honest labor he won t j
aim, bekase he hopes to git a for- ,
tune widout work. :
I tell VOU. Ill V frens, de man
who waits fur to-morrer to sharpen ,
, . , j. , , I
his ax. am sartin to do poor chop-,
pill . Pe man WllO SOtS on (le lence ,
to wait lur a legacy will li ar his
wife sera pin' de bottom ob de flour
barrel eliery day in de week. )e
man who lets himself believe dat
de woild owes him a libin' am
'.'wine ty eat some miyhty poo" fod
der afore he dies. J)e world doaif
owe nobody nuflin. We am put
heah to. sot an' starve or git up 'if
dust. Providence won't pay house
rent, buy our "taters or keep de
cook-stove hot. Let us now pur
eeed to bizness.
Sir Isaac Walpole desiref
state before passing the bean
that he started out in life with
feeiiug that he would find a
wallet containing i; -0,000.
idea lasted, him until he was obliged
to wear a suit made of cotfee-sack-ing.
and until he was reduced in
lle.-h from 1(17 t ninety-eight
lela it 111 1 11 s 1 1
i ver t lit
i rd and went to
as then pas.-ed
W t I
f. d Ii i v i : i ;' earn!
late - elect
iiner .Inhn Wk'.tt
s. Satisfaction Sin
a Also Ta. lor. .li;.
d Pailroad Skiiiia-;
II i j M 1 1 .
; 1 1 1 1 ur i '
l lid New Y
g . ' Il e I . ; i t i
ad been ad.
. 1 '
C nr nl d.el
die. I that
eleil' 1 "U
" s 1 i . 1 I I
i li- ! ii
e 1 -t
n w at
li's bl I
i he I.
. a 'ell
'I'ileV Wf.e abnilt 1 ,I a g'.iii-l
child of na:. Tin i,.a e! ab n.p!,.-.
'A in n '!!:.' nile I 11 - i - ' . d ! -1 a ' 1 '
sj,,.::;.! be b it!., d and ;..;.:.,.
he b.e k. I' .s lii.V. e all-! -i e.:g
W". Y. Alien ni V,-.;. i ia-:.
M I,-!:., ii! p! essed Willi the pi : : - lei
eils'aessul t'.ib.icco. s'npped IW,!i;
ti.-HU-l hill'led ill the sllee' his
hltevsek nt' tnbaeen. elga.ls and
s 1 1 1 : i i .
Two unknown men were foinn
' a barn at Xumedia, Pa., Thursi
night frozen to death.
In the Queen's Bench latch il
was held that marriage with a niece
of a deceased wife is illegal.
Diphtheria is prevailing to an
alarming extent in the northern
part of Kennchiiukport, Maine.
The village reservoir near Ply
mouth, '. II., gave way Thursday
night, but little damage was done.
Pedestrians are crossing on the
ice in the Susquehanna river be
tween Port Deposit ami the Har
foi d side.
Dwight M. Sabin ol Minnesota,
the new Chairman of Ihe Republi
can National Committee, is said to
have an income of ?1 00,000 a ear,
derived mainly from prison ecu
tracts. The cellars under Philadelphia's
new City Hall are the largest in
America, their area being 1 j acres.
The first cellar is thirteen let t
ueep, anu tne cellar under fhat 1
of like depth.
Lord Craven, just deceased, w ho
was devoted to coursing, gave a
greyhound the extraordinary name
of Checkabendalcadamarccar, and
one of the coursing writ ers suggested
in fun that his lordship must, have
fallen across the name when he was
Accounts have been received in
San Francisco of the volcanic dis
turbances in Mount August in,
Alaska, in October. A tidal wave
accompanied the eruption, the
mountain was split in two and the
northern slope fell to the level ot
the surrounding cliffs. ;
After the alarmed bystanders had j
almost frozen their fingers in res-'
cuing an inebriate who had fallen 1
overboard lrom a wharf inlialti-j
more, he. took up a collection, and ;
with the 7!) cents that he got he 1
sidled off to the nearest bar room.
A merchant who had been a quiet !
spectator sabf: "This makes (he1
fifth time that fellow has fallen info j
the water this month. I fancy it's
his Ia-;t resort when he wants money I
to get a drink, as he always takes
Ulcaned from our Exelianires.
Tarbnro (!nitli: The receipts (if cot
ton at tho yanl from September 1st to
Jauuaiv. were S.s.'iS bales. for tbe
same time last yi:: only 5,57'J bales
were received. Tbe reC('rj.' so far are
slightly ahead of those for "SI. It, is
probable that there ill soon be a fall
ing olT. as it is believed that a larger
percentage of tbe crop bas been toi.l
this year than ever before.
Greenville Reflector: The sureviii
n.irtv of the nroosed railroad from
Norfolk to Goldsboro are in Greenville.
They are also erecting a telegraph line
as they g- V'e impe soon to see the
road in progress of building Messrs.
liaskett & Smith made an assignment
on Monday evening to Mr. J. S. Congle
ton. who will sell the entire stock of
goods at cost. The liabilities and assets
are about the same thing, being near
Charlotte Observer: An officer arrive
in the city Sunday afternoon with a
negro named FA. Williams, who was
captured in McLendon's store at Mat
thewsStation, Saturday night. Williams
was safely committed to jail in this city.
The circumstances of his arrest are
about as follows'. Saturday afternoon
four suspicious negroes were noticed
loafing about the place, and the town
constable selected a party of citizens to
help him keep watch over tbe town.
During the night they saw a light m
McLendon's store and going up they
saw the negro helping himself inside.
They walkd m hebraBh burK,al. anJ
captured him. The negro had entered
the house through a second story ivio-
dow. passed through a room in which
four ',"unK me" wele slewing f"'1
mad'j his way down stairs into the
As thmen came up thev heard
Williams' Ihree companions, who had
been stationed outsnJe. running awaj.
Williams was carried before a justice.
who put him under a bond of $'M0 for I
trial by the Inferior Court, and failing
to give it. be was sent to jail. Tlie
strati ary of the constable and citizens oi j
Matthews is to be commended, and
somebody ought to K've thein a (.mod
New Year's present.
Geldsboro JVowohiit: One night last
week, a young lad named Hughes was
acculently shot in the side by Mr. J W.
Patterson in Hrogden township. We
ar- ghid to learn that the wound is not
considered fatal. Kabbi M. Strauss j
on Saturday last, in the synagogue in
this city, administered the rite of eon-;
tirmalinn to Master Adolph Kmstein. of
Kin.-t..n. Mr. Strauss will soon bring
his family to this city, whieh he has
made his home, and w ill in addition to
his clerical duties, conduct a Hebrew
school for the benefit of tlie children of
his congregration. We learn that
Mrs. Lancaster, the wife of Monroe
Lancaster, of Stony creek Xownship. in
this county, on New Year's day . ga e
birth to three children two girls and
on.- Lev. and that the little ones are all
i 1 : g and do
wi 11. Tl.
.;ra;e a start
l,. r husband,
have . ur be-t
I len. r.al M-.r.-
Moth, r :.i
w i-lu-s. '
.head, of tie
New ( u !i ai.s
terdav to i : i -1
.hat tou n. 1'i
li s liatham I
I i I..r ".."
. -n.pprd a
i t the tohace.
esiilent I 'hit
I ;i -n a ins
h is .
u e 1, et
tie t -
I I I t tl
. I '.iki
-! Nell I
.- I -1
. . 1 i g
Jhv, I ' I
irii'-in pv.Tvlwxly know M tli IftOM
1 . i:ri';.ir of the
Largest Hotel Enterprises
' A merica, nvs that while ft pAMetifttr I
'w York on bonrd a ship going rrfMHd Cop '
l! n, in the early A&y of emiymliflw tuQUng , . '
ifriujit hp learn oil that one of U10 ofllecn mi r '
thvn.tH hrM rnrwl liUntMif , during ttM Vuffe
, "f mi oi5L:uaOT disea by Ui UMf
Ayer's Sarsapflrijkv, :
Since then Mr. LKLAXD hu fwnnwilwl
AVer's Sarsaparill la niany 1iIU' r
ctuei, and be faas aerer yet beard ot 114 fall ".
nre to effect a radical enre. " '
Some rears ago one ot Mr. I.ELAtcn' farm '
laborers bruised bit leg. Owing to tUe Li
state of bis blood, an ugly eorofuloiueveillaf -or
lamp appeared on tlie injured limb. Jfotw
TA-iicLlng of the skin, ait fearulaf mmt '
darting pains throagli ;the Jump,- made life
almost intolerable. Hie leg lnVrfllSS W ""
niously enlarged, and running ejeora -fenny
discbarging great quantities o ' etreni!"
offensive matter. No treatment was ot any'
n rail mail tbe man, by Mr. Lat.aKO'ediree-.')
tion, was supplied with ATER'e SAHAra-
kii.i.a, whicb allayed tbe paia nd irrltattea. .
liealed tho sores, removed the ewelllng and 4 '..
completely restored tbe llmh to bm.
Mr. Leland has personally used
for Rheumatism, with oattre
after careful obserration, declares thai. I
his belief, there Is no medicine intbaararl,.
eqnal to It for the cure of Liver DlaerdewJ
Oout, the effects or high living-,, ftalt k
Kheum, gores, Kraptlons, aad ail the
. . 1., u luriui 01 uiuog eiBSBSSS,. , " . . '
We bare Mr. Lelaxd' permission to Invite
all who may desire further evidence In regard "
to the extraordinary earailv)- powers . ef
Ar.:Ca Sahsai-abilla to are hiei jerssu-,
ally eitbei at his mammoth Ocwnn tnjrl
Long Branch, or"W CnVpeeular iMifat KKe
nroaxlway, 27th and 18th StreZaTKew mk
Mr. l.ia.AND'8 extensive knowledge of the
good done by this u normal leal nuU oat W
blood poisons enables him to give Uxiuiseee
much valuable information.
1I1EI A11ED BT r
Dr. J .C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt.
Sold by all Druggist; fi, six bottles for t,
LEONIDAS j. MOORE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOW K.MH6, N. ,'V I'rtl
pnirllf-c In tli; Couutlos of Oreene Lev"
.l'n. n. ouKlow, I 'Hin I lc) ant! Cntrea;ahM
f I s. IllHlrii-l Court. - "
I'romel ul I i-titioii
juild to the collection '
P. II. PEL
Will practice In tlie 'ourtrf Cart ret, Jonesi
Himiiiw iind ri'flvOM. , ..-( 'f
Special intention tveri to the eollmtloa ! '
rl ilriis, and Heltlltij; enUite of deoeaaes)
lfw:ateil in New Berne,
to New home and au: Mrodlnsi
KroDt and Craves '
i'anikl k. ma BY.
3TR0KG & PERRY.
KISSTOSI, N. C.
ATTORNEYS A, COUNSELLORS IT'U
Hiiviiis; fornusl u ceimrt nershlp for tl
pi :il !,-, ,i! 'In- l:iw l
lurly iitli.p.l Ihe cm;
Hlle ilium puttl 1 o n
Jones county, will I
K.,r the same. Prona4
ST KONG 4 PKRRT.
I'll 1 1.. HOLLAND, JR.
owsbt h. euicn.
HOLLAND & GUION.
JStXo rn vs at
(UltiM; one 1oor vrvBtot Onston
Will prncttee In the Conntle of
,Jom8, ( -n8iiw, ( 'urtTPt, Pamlloo and .
I'loinpt atti-tiiion paid to collodion.
r. a. aiaao a
NIXON, SIMMONS & MANLY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will i-:iet u- lii (he('ourt6rCraven,Joiieav
i iiihli.u i 'ri. ret, l'niiiUco mid Lenetr, and ta
Hi. K.-.i.-nii cmiri i.i New Heme. febtdAwI
DR. G, L. SHACKELFORD,
KEWBERN, N. C.
;t I -.I ilill.l.
in ly In Newborn, I
I. II 'Ml
Hi.-.- c.n Ml. I. lie turret. Id
oi.i.Hiii- Hu.iiki chnroli.
Vmm I'mrtli-al ExierleStC.
DR. J. D. CLARIS
NEWBEHI, BI. O,
M reel, between PDllook
W. S ELD NEB,
. :ilc Liquor Deal
'l llniiiiiikc NiVKr, -
i ' . n. I. a ui and aatlafi
i,ai)f'th Iron Wotffl
C!!As Y I'KTTIT, Prop,,!
. - ' -I and !2M6 Water atr&
M!l! l)I.K, VA
IMT A i Tl'RKR Of
s ; n ; i n i :s.
Saw and Grist Mill,
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r A I L Wt)Bj
: V I ) THIS
is irscl, - - Norfolk,
ii. i a hiunq;
II K fllKl
. !' .uiii. iv refurnV
u.i.ie wi;i Mai
i. ii. i' nnaat
: DE. G. K.
; counl ry.
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