-. -. .
ixdkiM':mjext iist all things.
Terms 03.00 rer Vra
i:V BKRXK, craykx county, n. c, jani ahy :M-, lxs-k
- s '.C.s ;
NO WELL RWiULATED FAMILY
Can Afford to be without a
"Acme" Harrow, Clod Grusher and Leveller.
'VvVi . vV vv feas-f
Befer to tho following farmers who rr- usin? th. :a r.r. 1 who ran testa";
(heir snperioritj :
I. B. Wa-rion, Kuplohnr.l. IlyJe ('.mi.ty. N.
Gxs. R. Eanssm. N'cwl rrn. N. C
W. J. Pxbkt, Trenton, N'. C.
Staslt Bkatcukr, PolloksTille. N . i '.
W. H. WssT, Kinston. C.
For Bttttinr in small graiD, theroueiilv pulverizinu the sn:l. te.. it h:i.-
-equal. Tbej are gnarantoed to give
kFue and prices.
t fnr Timipi Rsrm Wacon. 'Oriole" an.l "Roland" Ciiiihtl
? 'Plflewa, "Chanjpion,T and "Granger" Turning Plows, Climax Cotton I'm,
The Be ra Ue, Harrows, Cultivator, Castings, etc.
Come and see me, and remember also that NO WELL KK-JI LATLl)
FAMILY eaa afford to ba without a GILBERT FORCE PI' M P.
KINSTON, N. C
llt. n LI. T.
ill nUUSUIldUlO leillld,
. 100 bbls. Heavy Mess Tork.
100 bbls. FamUj Flour.
100 Boxes and Caddies Tobacco.
100 Tons of Kainit
25 hhs. Vinegar.
25 bbla.aad half bbls. Lorillard's SnuS".
1,000 Dosens Coata' Spool Cotton.
1,000 Doiens Lion's Baking Powders.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KINSTON, JAN., 1S34.
17m. Pell Ballance & Co
... ';"?7 CIGAKS,
SOUTH FRONT STREET, NEVBERN, N. G.
-We are not members of the Board of
t e . "
r ' Trade,-nor have we
vjV" carry ins: the Largest and Best Selected
i r V 0, . S g . 0 A ciii ri k
w .-. - J 1 .1 M M III F'.l lll'.V M
idisjjred in the city,
25 bbls. Best in the World Elonr.
60 " South Lake Flour,
100 " Tip Top Flour,
100 u Purity Fionr,
50 " Saratoga Family.
50 " Saratoga Extra 'Flour.
25 James River Super. Flour,
65 bbls. Pork,
5000 lbs. Fat Buck?.
5000 lbs. Long Clears,
5000 lbs. Smoked Shoulders.
1250 gallons Molasses, Svrur,s,
50 buckets Lard.
10 Tierces Lard.
25 Tin Cans Lard.
4000 lbs. choicest Cream C:ieee.
1000 lbs. choicest Creamery Burr
500 gallons Vinegar.
500 gallons Cider.
250 bags Salt,
15 bbls. Table Salt.
100 boxes Soap,
40 bags Coffee,
20 gross Essence Coffee,
100 boxes Cakes and C rack. r.
150 boxes French and American Hrnnds P.-.i. '.. - c. i ":. rr:
60 boxes Soda, quarter, half and "i" lb-.
."50 cases Pickles in glass.
100 cases Baking Powders.
450 boxes Plug and Twist Toi ae, .
100,000 Medium and Fine Cigar.'", inar.af i . tar r'- ; r:.
1200 lbs. Lorillard and Cr. & A. SaurT. :na: 1 f 1 ' ar- -'- : -125
125 boxes French and Ana-riem Can :;. .
10,000 Florida and Jamaica ' rang -.
1000 Messina Lfniens.
2000 Porto Rico Cocoa N rs.
5000 lbs. Pecans. 1-liber :s. Ai::. ::U. W .' . -.
200 boxes Scotch il rr.:
Canned Peaches. Sar iire I. ':: r, :..
And everything in the Ciroccry and Conlcc
tionery line, which we propose t sell at the
VERY lowest livinir profit.
We carry a Full Line f (Oni'eet ionery and
Fancy Groceries, on which we charge a
GROCER'S PROFIT ONLY.
"We solicit only the cash trade
Come and see us.
no sale. Writ" fir c:it:i-
C. WHITTY, Newbera, N- C
UILAMAAA nnt Da)a!
tiuuicdaic anu uciau.
ever been, and we are
H II M T "M MS
consisting of the foi-
11!!: s I 111. K.X I'tIM I ION.
A meeting wili bo held at Kaleigh
the :;oth'int.. a: 7 . ..'clock p.m..
. .. .
tor t 10 imriKM' o iivx'.iiiiniL' a mint
.-took company ;.. bo called - l'lc
North Carolina S: ,;o imposition."
We think it i ;ii J ..rt .!!!: thai I ho
Listi'i ninth'; s'o'i, take in.
1 if t his mat t t-r ami - ; hat ; he ar.
pi 1 -pe 1 .;. i e pres.-n t e
mi; l,ir m .1 i 'f , n
1- A s high a-
tin- counts ue
eamitii a il'ni d : le' ; n is tpport unity
slip tn a.!e:ti-e t !a-ail vantages we
I'"-- ' will !, re:nemoe:.'il ,,, . ,,. ,lrvelop,neiit of the
tiaii . i : L t.I the ..veial humlieii re-. .;;i ee of 1 he St at e ami i ml ma n -N'ort
hei nil s who ii.ive been pms- Mminllux oi ea pi t ad ami desirable
X,,,;., ('arolina tiiis
: :i'i m: 1 a
Jlioselna; tint e..;:ie w ore n:-.H
pii ased. and It is belle'.eti til.lt
their visit will et irsiil! in !
f.il' t ,1-r .,.(,,, T ... 1.. ,1'VUl .
Imm i li.. V.-.T..- ,
i I 1 ; m I ! t 1 1 . i;oh
'.'i j : i : r toil,:
pmpos.., ,:: ;,, lcs
eh.irtei cl T ! o
.. 1 1 r. i ; : " . ;
ar. i'ia t !i '
No-, :ii ". i : 1 ,
State lvp .sj; j,,n."
I: Will lie noticed, tlielc s no
siip.-i tl in-,;- ianiia''.' w ha li chaiiis
the subject or can mislc:
as to the ex.ii t ineaniti to be con.
ve cd . The business to be th in e is
the holding of a State 1 ". m-i t ion
"fit- pmducts m.ins; ros. i,,r
; ae pun.ose of idr. - t ,,e oev el,.,,
men , ot the res, ,a; s ,.l tne Sta.v
am imlucin- the r:tl:;x ot capital
and desirable numeration into 'lie
Sfato. lhe capita, stock is placed
at 2.".o)(. to be divided into share-
of L,."i. (o eaeh. There is no n-r-
soual liability to the stockholder.
TMsitioi- Tin it.iiitit" ,,.Tier-1 1 1 1: 1 1 oe ti
that tho State P.oard of AK.ieultuie
in full liarmonv with this work,
and h.is arectl not onlv to place
on exhibition in tho Exposition the
magnificent exhibit ot the Stage's
resources as made at Poston: but
tho P.o-ird has also agreed to Mip-
nleinetit this ctdlection as far as it
, can, 10 make the exhibit as lull ami
complete as possible. The P.oard
has. however, properly seen tit to oot thick, ami ex.eiuiing uirougn
require certain guarantees before 'he country lor twenty miles or
actively commencing their work in more, suggested an origin ditl'ereiit
this matter. These guarantees from t hat d' t he 1 1 ue coprobte.
may bo summed up as follows: Phosphat ie rock ha- recently
That the citizens of North Carolina heen discovered in the up country,
shall agree to make a creditable "'Inch corresponds exactly to the
display of the products and re- water-worn nodules entering into
sources of the State, irrespective tlK calcareous conglomerate of the
of the exhibit of the Board, so that lower Capo Tear,
altogether the Exposition may fair- In the latter region, about Wil
ly illustrate the great resources of miugton. and twenty miles above,
our grand old commonwealth. The 'C find the nodules embedded in.
Board of Agriculture is keenly alive and forming the lowest layer of. a
to the importance and advantage to ', ground and hardened eocene mai l.
; our State of a first class exhibit Tht nodules show the same fossils,
made here m North Carolina; and! but difler from the marl in the large
we sincerely hope that the move- i amount of sand they contain. They
. liient will meet the hearty support , 'ary in composition from fifteen to
- of our people. ' i fifty-two per cent of phosphate of
Now, let us consider what is i lime, neighboring Iragments has ing
needed to make the Exposition a often very varied composition, of all
complete success. 1. The amount : shapes, but mostly kidney ami egg
of money to be raised as capital : shaped: perforated: color, gray to
stock certainly seems very moder- greeni-di black; specitit gravity, I'.b
ate, and the stock should be readily to I'.T. freshly broken or rubbed,
taken by the people of every sec- they give the odor of burnt powder
tion of' the State. There' is a characteristic of such phosphates,
chance of a return on the stock Higher up the country, in Samp
great or small according to cireuin- in. Duplin and .Jones counties, we
stances. 2. Even with the mag- tind the eocene marl above, and the
nitieent exhibit proposed to be phosphat ic l ock below, i n d ist inct ly
made by the Slate Board of Agri- separate layers. Here the forma
culture! the sum of .!.", 00(1. as pro- tioti is such as to leave little doubt
posed, would scarcely be sufficient that the rock is phosphatide.! marl
for the required purposes, without i according to Holmes' theory.' am!
another material clement which the true coprolites. Ir is found in
enters into the success of the move-
meiit. viz: the county exhibits, but
with these exhibits which should
ami probably will le made by the
counties of the State, tho success of
the Exposition is we think certain
with prudent management.
There will doubtless be pie. sent
as visitois, besides our own people.
many capitalists and ropre-orita-
tives from leading newspapers of
the North. A magnificent oppor-
tuuity will theieln be atloided to
tne several count io ot North ( aro-
list iiieir M'-oiuces ami i ue in,
powers ami mining properties,
The county exhibits will, if properly
.1. . .
the vitv best fe it 11; e of the Expo
sitioll- We ttlMi'i'loIe sllicereU
Trust tiiat the . .re! jiri-ing ami
representative no .f each ceunty
will move at once in this .1 ireet ion.
The grounds ol the Agricultural
Society can be had with t heir en t ire
goodwill. These gioiind- now eon-
tain a number of 1 uge. ctiimodi-
mis 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 n g
ml i.e.: lev others
will be 11
led. ;::e::;.ia;g .eel ;r.e
the r.i 1 ; 1 r , rm m u-
in the g: .Him'.s. Tiie-e b : . 1 1 1 : ; 1 g s
.11 be the propel i ol the 1 1 N J n
s;;;ou coiupaiix and wiil be sold s,i
soon as its Use for them ceases. The
ra 1 1 roads 1 n North Carol i n a will aid
this work b ail rcasonai'lc means,
and will iuinish t rati sp. a t a' ;o:i to
and from tin- Exp"s;:;ou for all ex
hilars. It is coa ti, lei: ; ly believed
3i.it the Richmond -V Oanvioe 1.1 . 1
load w'.il la a track lioln then Inn
ai'o :!ie grounds. ;a addition to :!.e
,.ae now opeia'i d by the Raleigh V
August. 1 .:r I.'.i.'- r.r.lioad I; ;
; : o; ,os,-, ! to hold tin- t'o-;: '.on tor
aie 1 : 1
u ; i 1 at
once 11 a 'e op:.-,-ii
ar: .a pinned
. - : -1 1 : 1 . 1 1 o : le-;
e.ti i; col!!," .11 !
'. .- .1' g t belli to
'; - and ; , n -k ic
t .1 .
b ;iiul between ami
for tlx- uu sc of becoming ineur-
!r.it.al. Hewnliiijr to the provis
lions ot the Code, iimlfr the name
1,1 ,. x- .1 ,
ami -t!e ot tho North ( arolma
St .1 1 e ' Kxp.ir hm. for t lie j .urposo-
ami 111 the maimer licit", 11 a ft or set
fort lj. t hat is to say.
"- ' "' - " ...... m -,
e"I p"I at shall be Till' N'ol ! h
i 'a mb n a St ,:t e I "vimsi t n ai ."
See.. ml: The litl-ines- puipo-ed
iii I'? tlolie bv -aid eoi pm a! lull is
the 1 h I 1 1 1 1 ot an exposition ot the
pi mliiets and industries of the State
ot North '.irolina for t he i mi i ie
i m m iurrai ion ini o i lie ai e. a m i i i:e
oi ii - ot siieii ol ,! in at 1 1 r- a ia I
;!!: 's :iii. I :li,- e'elt'i-e of 'ili'll
, , u ,.,.s ,,s ,.. ;(;, ,,.,
slleees.-lill hoiii.n: oi
s.l I V io t lie
silc h epo
It'll or mav be ilieiileut to r.i atimv
i . i ... i. . a . i e i ........ .,
I He II" LIU. "I I III Si.:.. .
, ' ' i'i k ;; .. i' ' . ke i
i i-'.mi i ' I'r- i.- ,;ti. o;
i -i : i d foi lb,' ( . ii ; ,, : , . , i- i
l'ifi ii: Tiic names
ave subscribetl to
of said corporal ion an-as folio'.",-
Sixth: The capital stock ot's.ud
corporal ion shall n; exceed t weir t v-
lia : s lo I ie divided
into shar.es of ; u ,n: live .b.liars
s-vemn: i i,e -t oeKiioide. - , .u,l
c,.; po, at nm il:m ot be individually
1 ia 1 ,m toi t he debts of t he cm pora-
Pimsidiat. in ..rtli ( arolina.
The siieeessfiil exploration hist
spi'ini:. under the direction of our
board"! a-ricult m e. of the larpe
beds of phosphat ic nodules embed
ded in marl m New Hanover and
Ponder counties, started the search
hu- phosphate.- in North Caiolma
nini. Stray coprolites had fre
quently been found; but tlrcse
"odules. forming beds four to five
huge indented slabs, si x to eighteen
i riches t hick, and weighing some-
t i m .- s several tons, or in .-mallei
pieces, evidently broken from this,
and somewhat worn. This rock
presents all of the eliai aoterisl ic-
-ni'l all of the grades of the nodules
found in the mail c n lemcrate.
: he - rue shells, satno large amount
"t 'sand, ami r he same appearance,
The eh iraotor oi the lock eiianges
gradu illy heic. P.etweeii Warsaw
and K ;: a nsv : 1 le n is : iciie.r. iel.l
nig im i ; " li I ty per eeii . piiopnai
,.;h:;.' V...;,.,.!.,f.. "J.:
""'" i. 1 " ' ' 1 1 " ' ' '
!.'"', w"n' ''"T"" "!l "l,',r:,M w;
wem i..umi m a si;.- 1. 1.:,-.- ,u the
e.mgl"iu crate i.ci, ot tl.,- i..v.vr
v . e Colleaii le, 1 Iiel CIOI e.
that this eonglomei ate was formed
liolll exti'iisix f l-reakiiig
minuiingot b.-ds similar ti rho-e
seen at the pies, at time m Samp-
soli. I luplhi a ml .L ams count ie-. ami
not fmtu st;.: copiolite;. .-. ha-
' hot her t Ins held w ill ie'.d any
pli.'-j'hate ot m.-ie than !"t'.i! value
( li - . W. 1 1 l .
eM'i'i :;;a iit st.it :,.
E. Ilie.ltiiili.il (ne-t ion-.
A' Mini: age should a child enter
-el i.' What -hollhl be h;- mtel-
leetu.'. . 1 ' : .1 i n :i ii-;i ; b.-ioi e . nternig
scho..!.' W'nat pei-0n.1l h.ib',;.-
1 , en
x 1 :: ; pa; : i - to obe. 1 ; . :.
: m i a-1 1 .' m-a ; ;i e--.' p:
1 ni how m a ;i hours p. 1
oimg children 1 .- kept
I 1 "U 111 an 1 . cess,. , , ;, , , .
1,. !..:-' Il-v. ;-.:,-; ,'i..
ea ; a in-s- .
; a s. i:, I, .'
, .ve ,,m!
a , . 1 , i
;:i the att.-rno,,
THE (1. 1) NORTH STATE.
: AM) s! ;t!l()l DIc;
Thr !in 11 :;-. of Tivcnlj Yrnro Com-
,lr' lriii-i:i .Isli.ry
" 1 1 1 r -: i :. ,'.i.,.i :.i:m;.
Ni-.w P.i'.UM-:. N. (.'.. -Ian. 7. Ar-
! iViiiLT hero on the moi n i n x of N."ev
dear's tiav I In- Senator ami your
enrre-pumleiit were met by a nr.in
ber of leading merchant.-
done to make the resources ol the si e l'eg an rieli in botii. Mm
eein ; al aii. 1 we-tern count ies of this than ;;(. on ) are now invested 1:1
great State known in Connecticut, ten river -to.imeis that navigate
.' once tendered us every facility , I lie Trent am! Neuse. Eight year.
for learning about the country hor- ago one boa: d.td ill that was then
del ing: he sounds and the.-ea eoa.-r. , neee.-sary. ami as leeeiitiy as three
Among them was ('apt. S. II. Gray. ' years ago. bur two boat- were cm
v. ho will be remembered by every ployed ni i his wm k. S!a add several
veteran who served in Gen. Terry's feeders li!;.- tiie mad already spoken
old brigade, as commandant, of ' of bo bull;. 1 hr -e t en st earners would
1 om pa u I of t he Seven t h Connect i- . bo altogether iuadeiiimte to tiie
cr:i. This gent fi man is agent for trade thai would be doveloned.
-teaniers that ply
ami tne up 11 Ver
( I '. ' I .
' line I hat
1 ,'IH l.'t.
e to No: , 'oik. He is
of an c x ' eii.-i e fac -
'i;. at winch those thin wooden
plates arc made now extensively
u-ed b gi 01 ei - ami jiie-men. One
of the lat ter i ;i New York City re-
quires 1 T.O'io daily for his tiade. A
Pulton street firm has contracted
with t lie captain for a weekly sup -
ply of ho;). 000 plates, the agree -
men: binding on both panics for
the next ten ye, us. The superin -
teiideiit of the factory is John li.
Young, who enlisted at Bridgeport
private of the Seventh and was
promoted to a first lieutenaey. The
material used for the plates is sweet
gum. a wood that was once consid
ered w.ufhless. now it is getting to
be very valuable. 1 saw at Wil
liamston another factory where
staves and barrel heads were turned
our by tens of t hoiisands from this
same wood, the proprietors of which
went there from New York a few
years ago. In the plate lactory
only the sap is used, while the heart
is split and burned in the boiler
furnaces. This part of the wood is
very haul ami of fine grain. It
Would make excellent material for j cal letter concerning Freemasonry, in
wheel hubs. Another Connecticut j which he will make a distinction he
man. George X. Ives, formerly ot' t ween the I'reeniasoni v of England an.l
... i , . , .ii " the L nited States and tne r reemasoiirv
(. neshire. has neen located here tor j of Contilu.nUl! Eur.p,.. is ,,ther cvi-,
seventeen years. He has built up ! denee that the Pope, in addition to his!
a large trade a a fish ami OVS'.er
packer, and a shipper of clams escal
turtles, terrapins, and salt fish.
From him 1 obtained mailV facts of"
. , , . ,1 ,,i ti, " 1 ,.,.,- 1
1. .teiest to the tiade. lhe planting
of oysters 111 these waters is an in- J
dustrv that mav be successful. Mr. j
Ives thinks, but there are many
liiestions yet to he determined, be
fore any safe conclusion can be
reached, lie thinks that the water
in most places is too shallow, and
that consequently the plants suffer
from the heat and die. In some
spots splendid results have been
obtained one season, only to be fol
lowed by failures tor several succes
sive years. It is his opinion that
there are as many dealers now in
the business here at Beaufort as
the supply of oysters and lish will
warrant, and that an increase of
competition would be disastrous to
all in the trade. There is, he says,
a great difference in the keeping
qualities of oysters, those of the
Maryland and Yirginia waters bear
ing t ran spur tat ion much better than
lhe Nort h Carolina natives. Manv
of ti,,- latter, that look to be large I protracted ln-lye meeting has kept him
and line, aie reallv nothing more ! aw''-v fri,m .lne- until me small hours
,. . , ,. , , I of the morning, ana Us minerim; w ite
than skin- iud ..t water, lunching . ls una,,, , ,.,.,,via him of lal-.-lani.
when opened miic'ii more liquor ! Thus it lias c. !!. to .: ihat 1'reema
tlian ii'r.ii. Mi. Ives is a dealer of sonry is in P i f r wiih .:::,aican
ion"; expe; ience, and his ojiinions wives. t-p.-.-i:i!iy in n:r.: ...'i-.
arc en: if led I. candid eonsidera- This, h.nvewr. 1- 1 ..t the tail: ..
'r;,,,-.. ! ,.
wlio take a totally different view ot
,, 1 . a , 1 ... 1 . .. . o 1. , .
11.; 11.0111 . 11.11 1 1 'i'i
licgun. Thev give
110; et 1.1:1
si at 1 .-' lcs ( :
I' 1 1 : 1 1 T the vast area
nf' tee natural beds and show o s
icrs taken Iroin them that are cer
tninly of tine tlavor. good size. an.
solid meat. It is the general testi-
liiiniv that the best sent to maiket
ate taken from Newilver. This is
, 1,... i.l -ti-,. ii,, win.;, ,i.i,'ic iiiT.,
the ocean some foi t 111 i lcs si u! il ol
neaufoit. V,!u:iagto:i gets most .ni,.- ,m-tak, . Tae'lri-i.m aj. wh. ih- r
('! t!i' e.ltell. although the dealers le- be ( a'ai'-la- , ; Pr e.-l.aa. 1- ta-.au-In
ie 'nave now anil then a few. 1 at. 1 by -, n.-t .... i-ta-. Th.- ..'atho!: -
am tolutnat tin- traile m terra inns
1 i he genuine diamond hacks
iuelea-ing and that those tew who
have bleeding pmi. is for them have
found them very prolitalle. The
State has l.-r.ysgi'.Verning tiie taking
..1' lb, ui hshesot all kind-, some il
, , , ...
laciii .hiting back more than tony
eirs. Among them is one which.
btes.illy emist! lied, would prevent
an one li',. m catching ov-tei's who
h.et no' le-ni.-d in the tate for at
twelve inoii'hs next pre-ceding':::-
ia gaining work mi his
.an acci-u!.'. Ano'ihcr limits the
.iii',1 t ii.it may be planted with
. i - ; 1 1 any 1 111 e i 11 dividual : i ten
aeie -. a m 1 In- m us: be an actual
lc-,deir. The object of tile l.iw
in.ik, 1. i- said, was to prevent
t ha: dep!eti.Il of 11. it Ii i',1 1 beds ol
which ' " ii M al' !.'.:: 1 and Y irgin l.i
ll.l e Io; - I-', el'.i! e.i! s i l , 11 coll, -
: r-: i , i t-. i :' ; reven: 1:11 h-giliai a't
ti - i: : ii g ei. : ci p: : -t i com 1 'ei u g ; n a a
gaiateii c;'.zcu- ot olii.-: a". -ui
: In-s,- in! ind wat.-r-.
;,-d v ' s : 1
till -t H.'l-
: : .
-: . i n ; . i '.
a , i e, cisia v
i-c head at '
, i ge All. -a. a
'. - ( ,
. i p ' . S , 11. Clay, bay.
el.g.igcil 1"! V . .11 - III
in- c;: ami a 1 1 a 1 1 . : 1 1 g
: ; : : . i , -' -. 1 1 e : . - a : i g l ;
our Tenth regiment" veterans will
remember, " here, as at Polloksvihe
.,.,,1 otli.-r noinrs' tin' mmnarv !i:i
built wharves ami warehouse:
wllicll these good Steamers I'll II ami
do a t h I' 1 V 1 11 g t I'adC . i ll IS CO 111 pa : IN
t ,. ,S(.S -nun to hllilll either
. ,.n , v. , . . , . . , . . , . . .... , .... ,,. , ; . r ,
into .ii;n'- eoiiiitv. atitl thence tu
. Onslow, t im. '.'on'neet iii the Trent
witli t lie !ie:e.! of mniatioti oil !!:'
New river ami if.injrinjj tin" oyster
ami tih ot iiiat stream to 2ev;
el lie. a.-
'. ; II as the tnnbel
: The pr-i
i - 1 w i :i t he
. hit 1 .-i high,
cii g l ca t (' t 1 II -e:a
. s ti,. in of
have .-..'ell 110
'city, u h 1
, 1 nel e has o.-ea .
j crease of i.i. c 1.
j liiisiness in.use.s.
; place in years which pre-ented a
j bet for field for ea pi ; ai is 1 1 1 bu
1 and build i ri than is open bete at
j present. The rapid increa.-e ami
concent rat ion of trade here from :
very rich and extensive agrical; ural
i region that en !iav- no tithe: out
! lets is in itself a guaranty of the
growth of t he city. Another thing
i greatly needed and t hat would pay
1 handsomely is a new hotel. The
1 landlord of the old Oaston housi" is
, an affable gentleman, but hampeied
in his efforts to take care of his
guests by t lie miserable accommo
dations of the building, which long
years ago was a warehouse, after
wards woiked over into a hotel.
There is no city oi' its size in the
country that has .such poor shelter
for tir.st-el.-iss travel, nor one in
which a hotel of suitable size and
appointments would pay better
than here. Espkk.
The Pope ami (he Freemasons.
The announcement that his Holiness.
Leo XIII. is about to is-ue an encvcli-
: infallibility, possess, s remarkably good
Hitherto the Roman t' itlmlic Chun h
has sternly forbidden its member.-to
connect themselves with Freema.-onrv.
Xo Qno can wonder at t!ljs prohibition
when it is remembered that European
Freemasonry has always been noto-
riously hostile to religion, and not in
frequently to established Governments.
The French Freemasons formally took
the ground some few years ago that
there is no God. and Freemasonry and ,
Free thinking are almost synoymous in
Italy. The Koman Catholic' '"hurch
could hardly do otherwise than fro...
upon Freemasonry in Europe, but, as
the Pope seems to have discovered.
Feemasonry in this country and in
England is a very different sort of
The only charge which can be brought
against an American Masonic lodge i
that it meets in the evening, and thus
keeps its members out of their beds un
til toward midnight. As no lodge
meets more often than once a week.
Freemasons cannot be thought to sutler
from want of sleep, but the existence of
a lodge in any community furnishes
every midnight reveler with an excuse
with which to placate las wife. It U
alwavs ripen to such a man. wnether he
1 be a Freemason or not. to claim that
Fl tenia.-.ill". .
: g lie aa ana icent
11 1 - ia i !::.- 1 ' un-
a i . U- ...re:
- . - . '
.ir,. ,.lV alio -,
that are c me cl.
nipi.'. 1 !:"- 1 : t lea a
-d with !. . r and ..y-
ler-haw- 1. en rep 'at
alea ! ;.-
incau:i"ii- 0: ii.r'-u. am! a, ; ia ",:ga it
i liio.-i i thai i r-.-.-:na-"r: ry -tin p- e
olle m:p"liam S'-eret .11 "or.ilei ai.ill u iih
xmg the lemon jiii.- wila 1 ne -ag.. r .
it is believed i y the 1 est judg-1-- thai
there are ready i.-. m - 'r
The Roman '.-ah"! f- t.'l.ui'li. ia k-- ;-
Ut.-ld" tn r of
i 11 1 1 , 1. 'n T , t . I - , t I, ,t, . , - ,1 il Ml : ' - . ( :,
n o. r.-i . .1. .......
a Freemason, i ,;n- tile dark and erimiu-
URf(-.rtui:ate m-'n to "the c'allou-'s. Had
the To u long ;i,'.i given Irishmen sve
t" gratify their 1. , e f, r r-.-t -o, i,
by becoming Freemasons, he w.-uld
have kept thousands ..f them m -t the
secret political , ,,;i.s. J-1 a.-rna-onrv
wouM hv. eminent! v s .; i-:'a .nav :, ; ; 'e
Iri-li mind. It- tr.io-. i;- -.-arl-a'.!
vr" c"llir-. a- ! u'-i,d-ana a- b . 1
""el -"'in t Iri.-iim-'i :":tU; -r !
'iiu-iM' -a- ar i" n lan ana !..:. tra
a "'.1 i 1". k w ::i,
' l p. : .: a'al si't.
t ca:-- wh: i.
- : .w - a.r. V: a- 1" ;.-ii:.
1ft!" I'ope - .'...ra -a: 1
ta.- Fr.-ema-sr.s a ur.-at -in-
pac: th 'at . a if I ri-hm -:,k,
a. If" ,'iiJ:: t-. a- r
v. r. t'.a; ia ap r ::. : f .
! w iil t-ut : -: r i i -: . a :
- ;..,uv .:' I: v.-..:,,. a. Th
hat, i' ;'''::" v''':.:- :. : Ir-i
, '..war 1
v. id I.
; i . ! , ' w -
.v. r. t
The i'i'i-C. '.it.
a ry t :,
, a a
x . . v t.,.a
(donned from our Kxelianges.
A-hevillc Ailcaiwc: Pro, luce of every
kind is very scarce in Asheville just
th)-. A-heville fins more lawyers
than any town of its .size in the State-
Durham Jirjioi-h'r: No concern in tho
wel l, I has. we dare s:iy . iw business so
sj sk matierilly arranged as the Blaek-
well Durham Co. The seliool, of
De.rheni. u o are t'lad to say. are hugely
iatroiiiztil. This speaks well for edu
cation in our midst. Mr. McGliee. of
Granville, living near Capt. E. 15.
Lj-on's mill, killed a b.ng recently that
weighed G: pounds. Next.
Greensboro 'ntri i: The ste arils of
th" Methodist church have fixed the
salary of their pastor for this year at found in such abundance andpiii a. ;,
A man who lost a tradp dol- North Carolina. The exposition, t .
lar in a well four years ago. recovered quickened immigration, that ofad-i'-it
last week when the well u as cleaned, able kind . of r-kiib .1 laborers. Tie-. :
The most remarkable thing about this expositions have iuevervc iseiioL. i l.
incident is the fact that the dollar's four ' advanced the interest of the places
years' company with truth, which 'Ties : they were lirl 1. but have hid the ! a
at the bottom of a weila' did not im-: effects upon the States and the coma 1 v
prove its morals. It still lies. That is. at large. It is a widening iniluen-.'
it cans itseil a iimtar and only passes
.ui iiiui-iv ecu is.
Raleigh Farin- r i.'.' .ci .'e;a ir: Can
you make s'Duo an .acre on cot ton?
Well Mr. J. L. Randall, of Puneonibe.
sold S'-i Pi. 14 worth of tobacco raised on
three-tpiarters of an acre. Mr. S. TI.
Sams, of Madison, sold his crop (2.000
lbs.' for !?"00. One of the two negroes
who choked Miss Sallie Mason, and held
her while they deliberately robbed her
eorncrib. has been lodgeii in Oxford
jail, we leaii. from ex-Sheritf Moore.
The rascal's nameTs Lk Lvon. and he
is an escaped convict. having been
sentenced for ." years at spring term of
Greensboro Patriot: Mrs. Allen
Scott. w!io resides near Alamance
church, fell on the sleet Friday and
dislocated her hip and lav two hours in
the rain and cold, her husband beinrr
absent from home. It is feared she will I
be a erinr.le for lifp an she is well 1
vaneed in years. Rockingham men
always have an eye to business. A gen
tleman went to Reidsville last week for
a coffin for a neighbor and while the
undertaker was fitting it up. he stole
his girl and got married, and carried i
his new wife and collin home in same
Raleigh Xttcs-Olmervrr: Two families,
from New York State bought land and
settled near Mebansville last week.
A reward of S230 is offered by the Gov- ;
ernm for Anderson Adams, colored, j
who murdered William Waugh. near:
Dobson. Surry county, on the 25th of ;
December. A gentleman from Maine I
was here yesterday, and inspected the I
g"ological museum. He is a maker of '
sand paper, and desired to find garnet i
in quantities to use in its manufacture.
Garnet is hard and is a good substitute1
for emorv. He was directed to go to
m,r-i ..-n.. . ,- 1 ;
1 'uiftt 1" 1 1 , , cir diut 1 ia luuuu 111 ,
great luaiitities and sometimes in large :ge d ive(j d it8 .L...
quantities and sometimes in large mas-. He epoe ()f Jhe npeJ 'for com
, cert of action The State w.i
YVilmmgton Star: E. F. Martin, cop ; now somewhat divided. There is the
ored. wno has gained considerable, East, the West and the Centre, which
notoriety among the colored people ' come i conflict, so to speak, and look
throughout the State by his connection fjrst after what thev term their own
with the scheme to build a railroad j interests. The exposition at New Or
from this city to Wrightsville Sound , j leans was referred to and ils great inl
and finally to Onslow county, to be portance not only to the South and th"
known as the Wilmington, Writsville j country, but to the whole world. He re
am! Onslow Railroad, died in this city , ferred to its magnitude, of the gi eat
on Sunday afternoon. His disease was : efforts to be made by Mexico in the' wav
pneumonia and bronchitis. Deceased j 0f exhibits, and declared that no Stat'e
was mail contractor between this city : Gf the South could fail to be represented
tnd Onslow and was a man of much at this "Wold's Exposition and Cotton
ene.fi. coupled with a considerable de- ' Centenial. ' It promises to equal the
gree of inte,..0 U!ce. He is said to have centenial exposition of 18TG, and there
belonged at one time to the noted seces- ! win nn , inula bo a laro-er atiend;nwv. oi
.1 VI- T ' -V-.. nf . :
W. 3' -Yancey. Martin
was to have
attended " vv 'meeting of
company in this city
An old colored man
named George Merrick, living in
that part of the city known as Brooklyn,
left home on Monday morning to go to
tho other side of the river, over Hilton
bridge, to cut seme wood. Not return
ing that night, as was his custom, his j
wno uecame so uneasy aoout mm mat
-he started yesterday morning to look
for him. and finally found his dead body
in a branch about two hundred yards
from the road and a short distance be
yond the bridge. From his position,
with his axe bv his side, it was evident
that lie had been on a log. engaged in '
cutting it. when he fell backwards into
the branch and expired. The horror
-trickeu wife returned notified Coroner
Jacobs, wh 1 went out and viewed the
Ijoiv. It is -apposed that the old man
died ' d hea r
disease. He was about hi
' r 's years ,
ild. No inquest was deemed
The body was subsequently
ad carried to the late ivsi-'e;..-ed
. and afterwards in-
(Cue Form 11 la-.
; a iir.L.ii; Cheek. N. C.
.January 1 7. fs.st.
Kb:!..;: -loCKNAL: 1 see that
- i;ue .a oar farmers are sending
"ii iheir experience about compost
m 1 Wo fi
1 have a memorandum
nilas which might be of
i line of vi uir readers and
1 Vice i 1 1
V 1 1
1 of the :
; . . 'O
ci p' o-pi a'
at '11 seed
a ca t
s. Illak illg one
ad under a
ton. t, ' C, ,-t 1 :;.:;."
shelter first a
1. t hen a layer
then a layer of
finally a layer
to lay in heap
down ami mix
in dull MOO to
I i.ver of cot 1 1 ui see
of ae:.l phosphate,
-table manure and
of kamit. Allow li
.10 da -: t hen cut
well with spade: use
pill pounds To the
1 1 '
seed well wit h water.
well to leave out the
final mixing, if kainit
double t he qua n i ty of
,it mil i
: ii -1 1 1
oil -i ei
t the lilt
'i r l.nl s
!i 1 never
'ling, is as
t- in t -t -I,.."
lei a she!: cr i t he
ach: a layer of ma
! I i-r ot ci it t ''a seed
i solution of kamit.
iVet ' iVel
ti ICS I!
it h earth:
t licit too
(term t he
m a I-
r in 'ii' 1 1
mi: 1 x position.
I.arse Mcetiiic L.nnt Evnilii: -Col. I'm
lice's Locltirc ItriiiHrkw by ?ivrt
Stamps, C. M. lllislx o mill Axllr.
In tho hall of the Iloiee .! ' mho:
last evening there was lar" ;ui le
to hear Col. Ii. S. Pardee. . a Coin.. ..
cut, speak about "Kxpo-iLions and p . a
Benefits." 'The 'Iiuterp.ain ( lab" ,1
present, having kindly lend, led ;h i
services, and ! iseou rsed dcla;;,!
music. Mr. V. S. Primrose i.'e-i i -.
at tiie meeting. At s elocl. he nan.
duced the orator of the oee.i-ion.
Col. Pardee soke of tiie l'n 1 la. ' ' , . 11
exposition and the inilueuee il had h 1 i
developing and giving an i r 1 1 1 1 11 e
manufactures and to art. Itii.d l.ai,.: .
what use might be made of the eiiei.
pro.iucu. Kaoon lor instance. li;
I whose ripple of progress roil- a fa
; graphically sltetehe,! tiie Atlanta e.,;
t sition ill lis industrial and social !.
tures. It was an awakening to 1
I people of the North. Atthatexp ,-, :
North Carolina was 1 epreseutud 111
most Mipcrh si vie. It w a- found t!.
1 the resources of the fStat" were so .
and so varied that it afforded ah ; I
' crude products necessary to lhe in
chanical anil industrial arts, llesp.e
1 of the place which this gave North l :.a
' lina in tiie eyes of the people of ii
country. He said that the Slate ii
to be filled with pr
evamining the oyster beds, t!
the soils, the imrrersrs- C-.il. Pa; lee
tnen Rave a sketch of North Carolina'
exn'hit at Boston, a marvelous display .
' which astonished New England and the
j North generally. It was a complete
1 picture of the resources of the State, a
panoramic view in fact. The tob.e-
eo exhibit of the "brights" was I
seen by thousands of tobacco farm
ers of the Connecticut Yalby
and elsewhere, and many of tlie-,(.
will come here where such mar elou
tobacco can be grown. Now vim are In
hoM an exposition right here
are te have one which w ill bring to
gether all your crude resources. 31.111
manufactured products, you wall Imu1
an exhibit which will be of real, prae; 1
cal value to every citizen of the State as
well as to every other person who sees '
it. lie urged a complete show of whit
we are doing in the way of manufac
tures. Such had never been made here. '
It would attract nianfacturers and give
them a practical illustration of what,
you are doing, as well as of what can '
be done. Goods must be made lieie I
Have not only every kind of raw ma- !
terial, and not only everything which'
illustrates the fertility of your soil and
the hueness of your climate, but have
1 , ,,
pvprv nrnneh even tho cmf. o-t r.-iT...
. . . . P.
loreigners than in lcM). Hence the
necessity of North Carolina on ce a a 1 .' 1
putting her best foot forward. "- '
State can make 3 t'ippiay wtrreh will snr- j
pass that of j.ny other Southern Stale.
She has ruti.n of the material at band 1
It will be to her disadvantage if the j
State is not represented in the best man
ner, lhe moral effect of a united bouth
exhibiting at New Orleans cannot be
conceive d . Xews -Obscrrer.
A TC i v a 1 of (Jiiiniiic.
(ierman medical jouinals' discu-s a
new medical agent lately discoti'ed ! y
Professor Fischer, of Munich. In ,l!,e
course of a long series of investigate'!.,,
concerning the nature and action ei
quinine, lie found that by means of a
series of chemical transformation-, a
substance can be obtained . in the form
of a white crystalline powder, from eoai
tar. which greatly resembles qaitiaie ,n
its action on the human oigam in.
Fischer has given il the name nt
"ka iri i:. " The chief t I feet prn.i nci'd i,,
n . as yet iiljsi'iai' 1 . is the rapid i lie. i re. i
lion of fever heat, and its ellieieie'v ia
this respect is described as remarkable
It is beii" veil that it will reader the n-e
of ice in fever cases unnecessary, and
that its skillful employment will enable
the physician to moderate lie
temperature of the patient. Kairin i
also reported to have less inconvenience
for the stomach than quinine. Put ob
servation does not show as yet. at lea-t
that it pos-ess.-s that tonic and restora
tive intluence for which qu i n ine is ....
frequently administered. I'erhap-.
from a chemical and physiological p -ii: r
of view, the most valuable thing ;.b an
the new discovery is that it seem- t"
taing us nearer to findingout th' chem
ical r. a! are of quinine it-el f and the tic
character of its ag"ncv. The di-eov. i;.
has been patented and a manufafe'i i
of kairin established, under the dir. "-'
tion of Professor Laubenheimer. t
Glesseu. Hut. as it is said that the e..-t
of producing a kilogramme I about il"':
ounce- of the new agent is tin. it will
lie some time before its patrons can hop.
to see it take the place of quinine in
practical pharmacy. l."i7. .lAi.
China's War Movement-.
LoMioy. Jan. 14. The .s'aear C
correspondent at lbrng Knngsay.-: "Six
thousand Chinese troops have been seta
to Hainan. The greatest activity pre
vails at Cant. n. Purges have been Mink
in the Canton river to bio I; up tne
Ihrates mad.- an attack
dinh on the nights of the l-l and '-'d
nj-t.. in which a large number w. ie
killed and wounded, and many hou-es
were burned. n the 4th inst. tiie o-i
f P. Hang, near Ha-Noi. a- aila'ke!.
but the enemy were compelled to rema
in disorder, curving away mauv kill, -i
Lhido" is renrganiang th" insurgent
band-. Advices lroin Smitay say tlin
n.-ariy all lhe luguives fi..ni thai pi i,
upon i;s capture bv the Kr.-ia In al" T,
turning supplied wan arm-. 1: i
ported that t h" l 'h i n.- a t ii i v i- b a I
ing frail t!,- provnn ; K'i.iii; ri ' i
f , ,rai j y in g 1 1 1
A d-spat'-h t
sav- the c Hint rv
th" 7Y ,
t r in
band- in t
di-tri'-l "f N
a w . ii d.-d
I ' N 1
1 1 ' ' l
1 1 e 1"
- n ,
i M i u i-t
d 1 . If
b' -Up, 1
Mo .;!,,'!- ronilnliiie are io lDldloa(lathb
at i.icii as iIiobc affecting tli throat sad taBfltt
11 , ue -11 lnlli',1 uith by the m jnrlty nf xfftC
cr-. The ordinary cough or cold, Msattta
l. rhapn from a trifling or liniwi VtlM
j"s, u e, is often but the beginning of ftletaft
vK'kncss. AVer's CnEaar PmMMaa kaa
u t ll ),.ov.'n its efficacy In forty jreaia flfM
ultii tlnv.nt nail lung ijleoaem. and should fc
taken 111 all cases without delay. a -
A Terrible Coug-h Cured.
I,, l.-r.r I took a severe cold, wbieaaffeafee) '
11" ". I lia.1 a terrible eoughaad Baaee4
i,;j ,-. , a, r mglit without eleep. The not of
V iv mi' up. I tried ATEB'I CBKBBT I
1 "itvi., ..Inch relieved my longSy
-1. !., anu nnoraea me tue reet
(or liie recTirery of my etrenffth.
r.-ntiinieil use of the FKCTOnAZ. m
in-lit cure wiui etrected. I am nov
",i, iiale ami hoarty, and K
i-iuaiKY Pectokal eared i
Kockingham, Vt., July la, 1682.
Croup. A Mother's TrlTMita '.
" Wlnle In lhe oonntry last winter mtf BtM'
i y. three yearn old, mi taken ill vith otoapf
it Heeiuutl H8 if lie would die from stmnje
hmon. One of the family stujgeeted the Me
.t Aviai n cutkry Fkctorai, a kettle td
" 1, 1. I1 M im rImbts kept In the bouse. Thte
w is. tri.-.l in innll and frequent doaem, h4
i ,,in delight 111 lew than half an boar tk '
liiilu ,.iti. nt vw breathing easily. The doe
1 r 811.1 that the Cherry Pr-croajkls Wed
sav...i in v darling s life. Can you wonder at
tuir gratitude? Sincerely yours, ,;...'.'
Mrs. Emu QtmriT." " . ,
1.U West 128th St., New York, May IS, Met
" I have used A V Kit's ClIRRT PKCTklJU
in i,iv (iiinily for several year, and do bos ,
I'i'su:,!.' 0. .l mi, miiOO It the Wit llllll
i .'Mi'-.t' f .i- coughs and colds we have m
I"'"' A. .1. CA."
1- 0 " .''.,! Vnni., Marrh 13, USS.
'' 1 -'Ol ', . ' iL'ht years from Pronehlftsv
an, I all. 1 trying i,..,i,v remedies with nam
eees. l-u:..s cii cd by the use of AVer's Crs
HV I'm ToTT?" -sJOHEFB ffAUH,"
Dyhalia, Mis, April 5, Ist .
" I cannot say cnougTrVn Trekoif XfWlKs
CMKiiuv Fer-roiiAt., believJ9.T,i le ta
t ut tor its use 1 sliouM lone siras ut
from lung troubles. '-.,' ' K. bRACSURV
I'aleaUne, Texas, April 22, 182. -t'
No case of an affection of th tnrqfef ".if
hinp? exists wliicli eiuKrtkgTeatlyraTat
by the use of Aveb's Cnur t KfTOBAX, , 'J
and it will ahray$ curt when OH disease ' j
not already beyond the control of I
Dr. J. C. Ayer Si Co., Lowell. Mat.
Sold bv all Druggists.
LE0NIDA3 J. MOORE,
TTOilNEY AT LAV, .
OJli-e oppOKtle Onion HtMw
Nw Itei-ne, N. O.
prneii.'i. in the Counties of Qreana
ji'in's, . 'iiMinv, 1 iiiniiiTuaun tnsvaBrsSMBi ..
1' r. - . I 'Im 1 let Court. "I '
inci ..11. mi. ,11 .iihl to the eolletv a . V-
P. II. PELLETIEK,
.Vt t ornoy-at-XsfctWe
Jones Cemmtyl W. V ' ,'
pini'i ic 111 Die Court of Carterei, esseav, .
' W .1 till . 'I'llVi'M. ' , '
'tit I ion a, it, mi iilven to the eolleoMaa et
e 1 11 i Ti
M ,11 . .
nun 1.1'ii.niiK riiuiMj u 1 QWOSiSTMSI V je-
Dit. g. k baght;
ri.vvlng Ideated in New llnrue, nfffrra fcdtt
services, to New Heine and aa: 4onTtnsj
(fTlce corner of S.nilli Front and
sin i ts. dT
. K . S'riaiNn,
K iell. n o.
DAHIEL Km ttUf,
STRONG & PERRY,
KISTOIV, B. C,
ATTlllivK'iS AN. CUUSELLOHS IT Uf.
it,ivlii,; ("iiiit'd a copartnership for tax) '
piiii'iir. ,f He In in . I. mi's county, will retta
i.M iv .i:i'i..l Hie onnruiof the aaioe. ftosaf
a: :, tit ' i t-.i a; n. 'i,l!.'ctions.
a.,. : !.'-,;.v ,; STIMINCJ a TEBBT. "
. owei notnoM.
HOLLAND & GUION,
n ,.:,.'. "ne d.vr weit ofOaaton Hooea.) '"
u iii j, .. lit the Countlee tf Cra
no 'el .'. i'nrferrt, fnmUnosnd Laned
1 : "ii. ;a .. ' l' a Ion paid U collectKma. -npryi-ilAwlv.
r. m. ati
1 F M K.VT K ANI.V.
NIKON, SIMMONS & MANLt
ATTOK'NFiYS AT LAW.
Will ; r:,.Ti. ..n the ( "oortsof Cravnn, lonea
. 'iin'iii . ii i n -ret . I'aiiOH'o and Lenoir, and ls
Ii.,- ! . .!. r:a -in-: nt New Kerne. fenedAwlS
DH. G. L. SHACKELFORD,
r:.T:v.Bi.iti, N. c.
. . c i ; : i oi K. Ti i ly In Newborn. I
.. . i..', :.-r iii v it Mfclona
"il: , on Middle at reel. In Ft
ii ....po-m- HapltHt Church.
T. i. tf .ti. EVn. lb ai Experience.
-. ...... 1
I)K. A. i). CLARK,
r ? .-:."N''it-4rx
NKW'BKRSJ. M. O.
i t:;. , no. mi Mie.t. (.etweeii IHHas
an.i l.i .!. prl7-dAwly
S. V. SELDNER,
rholcdalc Liquor Dealer
, ,'.';. ii t : . titled to ai
' I - " ! '- ' '. 84
Klizahcth Iron Worfe
( I ! :-. W IM'.TTIT, Ppop.
j-... js.'. '-. nT,d 286 Water atrMi
I A M KACTl'llER OP
KN(i INKS, BOILER!
t-.iv.- :k1 Grist Mlll, .',
'",', a-, IM;s AM) CASTIN&
I'li.-H for ALL WORstf
: I l I It FT) 1S75.
CARR & PATT0N,
3 rrl vVl'.'jifsale Commission Mcreht
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