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tV Si-i for lUjtruJ Cmt:.i i- i-. s IV . .-.
J. C. WHITTY,
CUAVEN STKKKT, NKWIlKUN. N '.
K8WSTOW, N. C,
Announc the Arrival of Their
New Spring (roods,
CONSISTING OF A STLKNI IP LINK OK
Ladies' press Goods,
Gents, Youths and Boys' Clothing
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc.
ii A New and Full. Supply of
We beg a generous public to come and ex
amine our Stock and Prices.
SIGN OF "THE CELEBRATED FEARL SHIRT."
Wm. Pell Ballande & Co.,
south FRorrr street, hewbern, n. c.
We are not members of the Board 01
(" Trade, nor have we ever been, and wo are
in the citv,
bis. &et tn the Wor'.-i F'..
South Laks Fl u-.
Tip Top Flour,
" i'ATBtoja Family.
. Sntir Kit V. i-.
i' James Rirer up--r. Fh a-.
66 bbl- Fork,
lb. Fat B-k.
54)1)0 lb. Long Cl-n-.
5JX lb. Smoked Sh-'il -li50
gallona Molatwe, Svr-:r-.
50 baeiets Lard
10 Tirc Iju- i.
25 Tia Csai Lai 1 .
4000 lb. c&ict Cri x.v. ( .
10OO lb choicest Cran: r;. H . ',
500 railotM Vtn-jcr,
500 raJlona Ctir.
iM ba lt,
15 bbli. TabU Suit.
100 boxes Soap.
40 baj(s Ccffw,
20 Jfroea F...t. 1 '?
100 boxe Cakes an '. i n.- -150
boxes Frfn.-h xc-l A-.-r- .
' boxe Sodi, (ii.'Vr, in.:' v.
50 CM Ptck'ea .:: ;'.i.s.
100eM Ilaiing V w i -r-.
450 boxes Pin and Tw': i
100,000 M4itta aa i V . v-.
1200 lbs. Lnril lard :i 1 M V
125 Boxes Rauias,
125 boxes French r, i An. r i:.
10,000 Florida and Jara.ti.-i ' ':u;
1000 Meosiaa Lemor..-'.
" ' 2000 Porto Rieo C-roa N
r't 000tbs. Pas. FilS-?-J. A--
200 boxes Scot.-h H-rr:::.
'j f,. Otaaed Fechf .-i.-.i::-. -. I-
And everything in tin
firtnrrT lino which NS c
; VERY lowest living profit.
-Wecarry a Full Line of Confectionery ami
Fancy Groceries, on
lYc solicitvonly. the
cotton" i i i i i
I I 1 :- :
and best eleeted
Staple Groceries over
consistiiiir of the t.-
Grocery and (.'m
nrOI)SC to CC11 at
which we charge
" v ;
v MIltMMIT ItlKK.
1 :i v,- r c : rii -l i' t ravels
: , . 1 bv water ; ii an i' per :
.it .' "r"ld!v. mont varied
ii.it e er lefe 11 nit' impre.--
Iri t h.
n 1 1 r v u ; 1 1 1
, f!,',. f.,;!,n
. i : 1 i i r t i 1
I hi' viim hut
.fii in S.ui
' 1 1
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i :, . . ! !r;:i ' .i'i'.i' :i ret urn 1 ''''' "
- ,.M ti.'iiir. ami t'u rr -i"-h'l
, in i.i. I, v ,.! i!.u
: . i 1 ' i , i :,. is.v ..;..in-l:i:if!,t, ''''
::.,), . .-i .ill :I ii u ; : ll1
iv i a i
i deep TV
! h I o 1 1 a : 1
nl with go
iv, -d at al
u good lortune
el t ih 'k humble
-treet. with a
i- long a- pos-
i ,i :
t t h
An ' a
I It' Iie
ad with me. a- g, 'M -eem ed
'.in'.' t Imrealnuit.-!
'o;; :; t of -ome of m e
u ii ieh lobow ed might, a.-uii't-
-uj'i',-t ed, 1h- appro-
:ir:.itt'l entitled, " Uem m iscviiees
"I an Iron llt'ds ead;" but sntlice it
io that when 1 wa.s rrry "close
the tn-,1 rink." and the contt-nt
( m po.rse were in such a con
fhi'ii rh.it an ats.i ,,f them would
.ive h ird 1 "shown the color." I
v a - r.'i j a. - tfd b the
i use 'ir, te -t a ge 1 , n e
alloy and ad i u - t -i
;' r t hem .
I wa- only to,, l.nl
aunty ami was kiii
'ovat.sl .it a hotel in t
into ; he
le. oil n t -
com loi t ably
m in in spur
ot the valley, and druiking in the
1'iHi Ii t le.s.H Idealities ot one of the
greatest, if not thr gre.it est , w,oiks
ot nature in the known world.
Score- ot ready pens h.ue a!
'anitfd to ile.-eiubr it, and have
proved uneipial to the task I Words
are quite inadeiiiatt- and genius is
l-mmrle.-vs to do it Histlee; it tnuxt
w --en to !h uiider-tot'd.
Star King, than whom there is
no bvt'vr .mi Imrity, said of it. "No
where among the Alps, in no julss
of the Andes, and in no canon of
tin- might v l recon Kange, is there
-uch stupendous rock and water
scenery as the traveller here lifts
his eves to." thus bringititr it into
I'timpariaon with t he
it her works ot
nature most i
rated h-r their
The road ..: liie -t age rellli,iliy
bv which I was einp!oed was. at
that time, ver heail one iiuinlretl
miles in lengtU extending from
Merced, ii town on the Vi.-alia Di
vision of the Southern Pacific, to a
station on the south fork of the
Merced river, culled "Clark's," a
di-tance of a Unit seventy miles:
from the Litter place over the moun
tains, into the valley, the distance
was t w en t y six miles.
Now i happened one day, that
there wa an unusual number of
tourists in the valley, about ready
to -tar; tor San Francisco far
mole, in I'aet, than could be accom
modated in the regular stages, and
it Iweame evident that the head ol
the company, who was then at
(.'I. uk'-. should be informed ot the
const', I ueli t Iv. at aooii: three
o'citK-k in the afternoon, took stage
for Clark's, which I reached m tiv
hour.-, .viid at once placed the mat
ter Ik-fore my employer. At hrst
iimlccnleu, lie hhaiiv, a; anou;
k, told me I here w a- but one
wa out ot the ,hflioiiIt, ami that
was to send a man into the va!!m
that night, with inst ruct mn.-
Ua. graph to MelTt'ii the Hex
nig. lor several extra a
near the point, ami I knew that I
I could reach tbe valley bj a trail
'em- in. telegraph!.- ri,.:m,,:,a ..hnr.-be- t In ..a -:,.. the world and ''l".v " Reived a .,v. K. M 001 e -a w an oi,,eet Vsin "
i.ni i.e-.M',- .'links nni Merc,:. i:i,,a:i !:, ;i,. '!-' O'i-; 'v n meek looking .,, 1(V.,.tll.I,.ilU.mv ,!; w. r.nnvf'.
W '1;!li' "'''--' ' Piie-.iitn c -.'. i"'. ic i -' ' M'ni.n-la and v t he appearance
, , P , - ,, in- u, i --e :i -i I " e , a ' ' . -- ' : a. i l.e i let eet ; ve had tie ver. 1 , ., t '' , . , -
' " 1 '" l" ' . , -- -."in.- ... , . . , , , , being a balloon, it hnallv lea :a
--".no- 1,..:- u i- -"'1 ::. 1 . , n-h'- , 1, a . h . IT e , i : . 1 : e . - - ' ' " . 1 " : ; ' 'y ' ;'' 'Ul ;i ,! ' y: 1 ' " t he held of M r. .1 oiiti V. IJriiwn an :1
. ioi n, , I ,...!. , , . .,'.,, ji . no a . i'-s, -i , i e n m ol linn. .... ,
1 " w ' -' ' '- 1 . , , i was vi.-ited :-'.' -e'ei',il parties wc
;; ., i ' , . , i i , , , . , , ... s ' . ' : . i : : ' i . i ii v pa rt ; o: ; le. r re-em 1 noi I , ,,
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1 " 1 ' ' ' . ' i - ' - , had sign- ot naving been oceu; eco
, ,.' -, r , . , ,,,,,, i i - ie - c ; i ; o i : lie : ra I n a: ,n- . . . , . , ,
' ''''.' "' 1 -,'i'no,. i- .. ... '';., i ,' bv human oeius. 1 ne ballooi.
, i i - ,, i , I ,. . : ! i e ; ; : -a i : k e 1 1 1 1 p t o w ii . ,i in A ii- .. , , ,.
1..,- i ',,1 a. .',iiiM -'' lo-.l'.. w .i - ..rn. .,. . I came troni a .-.m; h-ea-terh ditce-
i . i i ,- i ... i i - . ' .i-: v l .n-ei! t : i em I ' t I:e light . . . . ' , .
! In' Mel. .. .eel. iiuh.t '. ,. ,,i ,,. , , . ., .; , 1 1 1 m and ereaten ei m.-idera "'" "-
,o, , . ' li- . in ei ii. Oinev. the eoiin: , . . , , , ,
' e "'lag ;ii"":'. i- ea-i. to, , i .- i ' , . ',- mieinciii in the iicis: lborhnod. 1
. . :,,!., : . ii i, ,. ,, i i ,,, i - i .. ,, i. d a- iioned tow n ot , ,- , ,
"a ,-, .. , -, i, m , n 1 1, n ' 1 , , - ' , - . c 11,- Point lake al! !i,- . e. . a; . ., . ., . , pa-sed llilllU'i 1,1 ih nvrt ih iv-l
, ,-i...; , . ,, -::. :; ere houses. Mi-, lloien ' ., .,
' . : ' i" i : . ' 1 : . : 1 1 , -1 1 ,:, .. , is... ... A .:'::.. :i a : . . ... i- , del ice el Mr. 1 h . l.i'uwn inm
,. ! I ., ,.,! ... r . . ' ' ' ' ' , ' ',-'" ,, ',,, U : ' :'' : e -1 ' o 1 1 , 1 1 -, i p p e , 1 1 e 1 1 in a f . , ,.,,,, -1
. , . . ' " ' , ,"i, ' ' ; ' ' ' 1 e holl - e oil ! he II i . 1 i 11 ' ' ' ' C '.' ' '' ' 1 "1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
' : g ' . . 1 1 a 1 - 'li-:.-e ,-,.,'- ... ;;. i-i - ': - ' 1 ' - - -: 1 ' : : .... , . , , , ll e -. 1 1 wa- a regiuar -' ' ''' ",",) "
. . e'. 1 ne !e:mls were drawn, and . , , ,
i ' ' . i 1 ' , : i ;'!.:.. ' - - . . i . 1 , ' , e . : -. 'a . - . ; : i : i - i .-.'.-'.. e . ; ; , IV oun g e n i .. i : en a ; , -1 ! he oel-
... , . . i - : ' , , eli , , c i -: 1 1 , c 1 1 a I o I ! 1 1 1 1 in the , , . , , , ,
, , -i , '. ."i c . a .i ii i . - a , .. , , , -a :,,::,- i : , ! : :: , ; . : . , . 0:1-0 j m ; ai 1 i ; am , - n Air. 1 o wn s
. , . , ' , . . .... . - , . ; 1 ; 1 d e , 1 o ; : n g , o e , 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , '. 1 .
' ' ' ' ' - ' .' 1 - , : .-. " ' :"''' '-1:'- wen: on: be'."W ',',''', ' ' ' ,'. ' - -'''';
: " 1 ' - - : : ' ' ' , , ; o " 1 1 1 'i i I ll .' A 1 v, i !a !H i - t ii e n il .
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.:,..,-:..;.;. , ,- ' , -. ; ' ' - ' o '' ' T- ' he house. ,1 mi t he "
---'' ' '- ' .."'i U - A - .'. ,.:,m d " .ok tia- ii--eo-; e casually " -Ve" - ,-'.r"-:,. '..i yi'.-.'-- . '. v, . -. !
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, , -11 , , - 1 s 1 , 01 ; ' , 1 ; ,, 1 e -'- i : ' ' 1 - -. : ' 1 1 .e ". ball', in the '' ' ' !'' '.'"'
1 -' 1 1 n - u - - a.,i ,,i , 1 . . , - , -1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1,;. i in- : : . 1 . , o -. . : , a : -
1 1 ': . : 0 1 1 : -1 ' T 1 1 , , i h.i" I -up'o-el .,.:,';.'' :.: .. -A'., a!:-. Ihurii come . 1 v ;, ; , , . ,1: 1 , . . . . . j-,
;,, ;,, ! ; ,,:le -trail l.-ading t" " ' . 1 1 1 , : , 1 ' 1 k i , ke .1 i . . a , ','; , . .eel w.kk .iionm! the yard. , ; a , -1 i e; v. : ;i ; i,,-; 1; -m:i a p
(p.,,-:, -1 I ', . 1 1 ( -; . . ml 1 111 ncd into it . as be, ! you oil' -l .1 -h:, ween I I.it.-r ; : 1 e . m u i -t ei came on!. 1 .Mic y -ik i mM'-.-: ! i 1. :!'.- . ..;
1 w a-desiioii- of lea ing a message could walk oil una ti.e d.'d 11 : Finally, about id o'clock, just as Vr" 'i;"; - '.'yy ' 1 'V'-v'1 ' '
at a small hotclorlu: ch-houseqmte St ranger, you mu-t have -ol I:.-!.! oi the telegraph boy had returned to l"Tj':! .V"1''.;,;,, m'o-Ja 1' ' .'!
t;aii tn brt'ak.
AlttT t u rn : i' -mi
In ir-i'. a1- 1 i
tin1 i 1 1 T i I't II.;.
Cdii: .-at l-lif
,-atrr tn tru-t t
hi v own 1 1 1. ! t;in i
'ri.M.-nl tn I
j 'lll'llr '- iMlil. i
a- ra;ml! a- 1 1
vi i'i ii i l'Ii a n 1 1
ll a ,
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I I WIl
hum' 1 1 ;
h : rn li.rw;tni
1 1 ai k ii t--- a n 1 1 tin'
I . irt in in - 1 1 a t ii it i -1
iii'iiuit: ainl I li.nl
raii u i ' n 1 1 1
t lirre i j u.i
trr- nl t lit'
1 1 1 -1 a i
1 1 . 1 ' '. - . In
111 W ner.
- u 1 1 , 1 I 1
d a lew
i-t .11 -
' ia :i i
ii ; in
a m1 I he ca :i-e o 1 1 1 ! - leal
t ilel e, w it ll e Vel IliTVe
, t - : 1 ! Ill o-t . and 1H e e-
elle' 1 ate the darkhe-- ill
, ' l iat
trout, while t he pour orutc a k
t ii-neai h me like an as eii .
The minute- -eenis like hour-, I
might almo-t say eteinit: and full
I h :rt ot them pa-.-ed belore 1 could
-ee enough in ilianli'l what wa
:he troiinle. The morning li'nt
brough t in e a refl a t mh .
1 had taken the wrong t ra il : and
was on the very bunk ot' a preei
uci --one ft t he h:ghe-t m the
-and had my horse advanced
t furl her. 1 should have been
: into etern
h mi r thousand
t not: me in t
feet id space,
ailing on m
(bid 1 T Ill
li on pi e-erve
Kiiee-. ami thanking
i lo! ; veran i t. M a lie.
me from another midnight
through a ( 'a L lo: n ; a n or m her 1 1
est especially in the vicinity
V o.-.-in it c. ( ' . I '. 1 l.s ; n )''!, t:
llli IIM"N'P. V.. .IuiiclM. Thl
inornmg a tram c, n t a ;n i ng Co! . T.
M. U. Taleott and h:s daughter.
Dr. Hunter McOuire and a youth,
was thrown down an embankment
or the road between l'.on Air and
tins city, and all the occupants
were inuired. Col. Taleott and Dr.
McOuire very -cr:o;i.-ly . Col. Tab
coit wa.s until recently general
manager of the P. D. Pailioad
Co., and Dr. McOuire, during the
war whs medical director ot Stone
wall .Jackson's division.
Pauis, .June h'h Alarming re
ports of cholera al Toulon reach
here. It is said that twenty deaths
occurred ye.-terday and the city is
in a state of panic. The govern
ment has ordered the barracks to be
o acuated and sanitary precautions
are being organized as rapidly im
possible. I.ATKi;. Pepoi ts of the exi-tence
of cholera at Toulon are officially
confirmed. Troops and dock labor
ers have been chietiv attacked. It
ia pronounced distinctly Asiatic
cholera. (Quarantine has been es
tablished everywhere. The news
has caused a profound sensation in
"Wasiiinw i'i 'N. .June The
committee of the North Carolina
State I'.xposition. consisting of W.
S. Primrose, pre-nlent: ('ol. V. II.
S. P.urgwyn and Mr. .John Nickels,
with Senators Pansom and Vance,
waited upon President Arthur this
afteinwon to invite him to be pres
ent at and open the exposition next
October. The President w as unable
to answer definitely but
n a lew davs. It is though! he wi
and attend cither at tin
some poor leetl
ru biznes.'l ''
nii'iiiii-' ,,r .iti-r i nine' liie ei,o- h', n 1
1 - i- '
-ition. T in--a in e com in 1 1 i ee wa : ; e, 1 "1
on Sen .i 1 1 ir i i'V. win) was ie --l.'..'it
Ijllo'c! to make the npeiiillg ad --In
lire-- ,: tiie occa-;on. Tin- Senator pel
1 1 -1 -1 1 1 , 1 1 and to m ; -ed r.. be on cin
to li.m, 1 ( let, e i,r 1 -t . .ii'M',. ineii.iiii I'e.uiii- me ue- A i.e-t Itillluoil.
. . . . i - r .. I , , . l . . , . l
li i o 1 . . . . , t.,,,,. -, , i , . i 1 1 , i , i I'i'.u' .ui .mi-, i 'in e n i e.ic iien , , , , , , , , . ,
1.; . : a.i.ie . 1.,' ,, , , , About 10 i. c;oek ui the morn ; .
.'hu,' ,, ,. i , ,rn,,.,i M i , , a 1 1 e r , I a i k . It was raining. .. , . . .. -, ,
-ell el il l oil ,11 . 1 o! ,,H I el, il III, ' , . , . ; few I : 1 S : : " , . t 1 1 C t a III 1 1 '," O ! ell.
e kid wiios jii-; 1-e M e how the difNjherifi wa.s get excellent ami the ,ie.uh rate is hi -lev,
ting along wi rse thieyes, a the average. "
I'll t I I VKS I.IIM, TH ASK.
:i ial "!' I r. Isaai- I. Hori'ii.
h-'i 1 van ia . Lnram couutv. l'or
i- . will iiiTur at the approacli-
tiTin of the rnitt'd States Dis
:e: ( 'our:. Toledo, Ohio. Doreii
'.- a prominent man in liushsyl
iina. Mr was Postmaster, pen
on and bounty claim agent.
i-!r:aii and proprietor of a drug
on . I: i- eharged that Doren
1 his pension clients out ot
1- of dollars during several
. - a n
ar-. II;- alleged plan of opera-!i-.
a- epl, lined by the authoii--.
w a - to ijck out the let t ers of
- :1 ';'"' I, - clients, whit h he as Po-tmaster
::,r Id ca-il do. remove the drafts
' e;,clo-ed. Volga the lialhl's of the
i:''' ' m i-oi.s tor h,.,,i 'hey were in
"''' ' '-ml, il. eiidoi -e t lie d r,i i ; s h i mseif ,
' ,ke them to a neigli 1 i..u ing town
here he w as -, known, and get
' ' ' 'he money. Then he would quiet
''''' ' -llt In- clients with such amounts as he
cii.i-e to gi-e them. It is also al
leged that some of the claims were
ii . i u 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 r . Doren fell under sus
picion, and an examiner of the
pension department began to look
into his transactions. He disap
peared. Two months afterward,
when all trace of him was lost,
('apt. Abbott of the secret service
was put in charge of the case, with
instructions to tind the missing
Doctoi if possible. Doren bad left
a wife and considerable real estate
in Pu-hsylvania, and Abbott con
cluded that sooner or later the ab-,-en;
man would communicate with
his wiie. All the relatives and in
timate fiiends of the couple were
looked up, and their mail was sub
jected to espionage, but m spite of
tin-, as was afterward learned, let-,
teis pa-sed undetected between
liu-ban I and wife through the
medium of a nephew" in a neighbor
ing town, a fictitious name being
used by the I )octor.
Abbott waited patiently, and
wastinally rewarded with the in
humation that Mrs. Doren was1
preparing for a visit. The detec-1
live dropped down from Clevelaud.
and w.i on her track
by the time
she staifed. The old lady first
went to the neighboring village of
Ibiwn. w here she stopped two days
and one night with relatives. Then
she gave out that she wa.s going
over to Greenville, in Darke
county, to see friends, and thence,
by another route, home to Kushsyl
vania. But Abbott wa.s at the
depot, and noticed that her trunk
was checked to li'chmond, Intl.
He boarded the train with her, ar
rived in liichniond early the next
morning. Mrs. Doren left her
trunk at the depot and leisurely
walked up town. She stopped at a
puvate house in the outskirts, and
w as then' all that day and the next
night. The detective was kept
wide awake watching the trunk at 1
the dt'pot and the house where the 1
old lady stopped. The next morn-j
ing she came down to the depot '
and lionght a ticket for Indianapo
li.-. There she went away out on
Meiidian street and dwelt several
day s. Still no signs of Dr. Doren.
Whni Mrs. Doren returned to the
depot -he bought a ticket for Vin-ceiine.-.
on the Wabash river. The
detective followed, and the two
reached Vineennos at a verv early
in the morning. The trains
i .'Hung and going on several !
ad.s. and Ahbott was kept :
watching the old lady's feints,
ic stepped into the little
otliee aud wrote a
The detective also
despatch. He stood so
that he could look over her shoulder
as she addressed her message to
C. ).'. en. ( Muey. 111., a town
u iiiciiianit county, saving.
mi coming," and signed it
L lie detective coined as
rote. Then she went our am
ailed tin.- baggage master to
her i run K to ( Mnev without
. . i . . ' C ' ..... I 1 .
s Dr. Doien, walked
d worn a line long
ti he was very proud,
id been told that In--an
; tii e it. Hat t he
ml i les: r;. :;:! tallied
miliar ;i e ' h" ia ard.
the man raao-s the
sni'ioth aa von could
in every a
The face i
bov the t:
ant i n;;' him
. i n i ; : i
The 1 H a w as ; hu n i
didn't know A - see,
had ret nn;t"i to the 1
said: -I'm gi.iiig
that man i ight away,
be any trouble, but he
of one door as I go mi'
go to the fii ait U" r, ai
out on gi n o him and
at the top ut yum voic
with you in a iiiciiitc.'
AbbiTt I hen went
e Aici ;;
v sli p out
I if he comes
.and I'll i e
and. as the nni
that moment In
tor answei e 1
i w J Joren and I
wife near a window
earnest con versa; ion .
tor said: -These is no such nmn
stopping here. You mu-t be mis
"Oh. yes there l.-." returned A1 -bott.
! live up town here, ami
I've seen him and talked with him.
He knows me." and he bru.-hed
past the minister and entered the
room where Doren and his wile
were. Stepping up to then he ex
tended his hand, saying: "How do
you do. Dr. Doren 1'"' Olad to see
The doctor with an amazed look,
said, "Some mistake here, I guess.
I am not J Jr. Doren "'
"Oh, yes you are," cottlidently
replied Abbott. "You're from
Kushsrlvauia. Ohio. Tin from
Ohio, and Tin an officer of the
("nited States Secret Service, and
I have a warrant for your arrest for
As the Doctor protested. Abbott
reached his hand in the Doctor's
coat pocket and pulled out a pass
book and some letters. On tne
book was printed "Dr. Isaac B.
Doren. Bush.sy Ivania. ..'' and
some of the letters were addressed
to him and otlieis to'TL O. Owen."
Then the doctor said: "Oh, yes, I
am Doctor Doren. I don't deny
my identity, bear in mind. I know
all about rli.it matter, aud can ex
plain everything satisfactorily, i
was just about to start lor Ohio to
settle it up. How in the world did
you happen to come here?"
Auuott replied: "t in, your wii
here told me where you were,
had no trouble in linding you."
Mrs. Doren indignantly proteste,
that the officer's words were tal-t
aud that she had never seen hii
before. When Abbott detailed In ;'
movements en route, and showed
her the telegram written at Yin
cennes, she was verv angrv, and
abused her pursuer roundly. The
Doctor demurred strongly to being
locked up, and offered to hire
man to watch him. bur Abbott w a
inexorable. To jail he went. Ab
bott found many letters that ha,',
passed between husband wile, in
which the former had signified his
intention of settling in .Mexico.
California, or the Sandwich I.-laml-.
He had also cautioned his wile t"
take a very circuitous mate in order
to bafile pursuit. He had execut ed
a power of attorney to a relaMve in
liushsylvania enabling him to dis
pose of all his property there.
The next day the trio returned t
this city. The Doctor fnrn ishe. !
sO.POO bail, and was leleased. He
was mi bsei j iien t ly arrested on othi :
charges, and I'nrni-hed bail. l:i
his little hamlet he is a shilling
lit. and there are niativ of the
brethren u ho protest his innocence.
man, w hoin tl
on". lie h n
beard, of w ;i
and Abbot: !.
V,'AS!IIX(JT(N I.r.TI K
.June 21st. 1X.S1.
al lire of the week in Congress
m Senatorial. Ingalls-Iirown
The weapons used, however,
sharp words, not arms, and
h both parties were liadlv
wounded, in the fray, neither was
mortally hurt. Senator Ingalls
charged the Senator from Georgia
with committing a forgery upon
the Record, and Mr. Brown replied
to the allegation in a manner that
such an accusation would naturally
.uoiise. The Kansas Sen a I or
claimed t hat in the. oflicial report
er's manuscript, language had been
inserted in reference to himself and
in the hand-writing of Mr. Brown,
which had not been spoken in the
Senate. Mr. Ingalls said he was
always ready (o submit to Ibe for
tunes of daily debate, whether ol
vhiory or defeat, but w as no! -eenre
against the parthian arrows that a
Hying foe might di.-ciiarge from the
safe ambu.-h ot the printing house.
Here the chair called the Kansas ,
Senator to order, but before taking
his scat the latter succeeded in
making I he remark t hat Mr. Brown's -mode
of attack ia quired tin'. same:
amount of courage that was exhib-
ited by a thug who waited until his,
enemy was asleep and then stabbed
him. Senator Brown announced:
t h;it he would reply to these com
ments the following dav, and a crowd
was drawn to the Senate in expec
tation of a scene. A large number
of representatives appeared on the
floor of the Chamber, and stood in
silence awaiting the crash, while
the visitors7 gallaries were unusually
full, and the press was present in
lorce. the Georgia Senator re
turned Senator Ingalls' greeting of
the previous day, reading from
manuscript, lie said he did not
wish to speak under the irritation
which, the remarks of Senator In
galls were intended to provoke.
The language of the latter was a
deliberately nlanned insult. When
tin, ,.i,.a" n',Ii,.,l i,;, lonida,, s i f
did from time to time, he would
agree to withdraw the ottensive re- , worthy of note. Ours is one of the beet
mark, and then proceed to make J farming sections in Onslow county ; we
aiiotim:-. lie claimed that in thehave all kinds of prod nee and stock,
course of an
eventful life, aud in
his many conflicts
... 1 . .
Witll l)ra C IllCIl,
where there was real danger, he ;
had never before been accused of
lacking courage. He ventured uc
say there was nothing in the person,
character, or antecedents of the
Sen ;i tor from Kansas to excite the,
fears of any man. Mr. Ingalls re
plied to this tartly, and then Sena
tor Hampton came to the support
of th" Senator from Georgia, saving
I he had spoken in the chamber the
w ords that had appeared in the j
:ecoril. Here Mr. In "alls arose '
again, but, tie- the disappointment
"I everybody, ignored the question
and presented some Kansas pe
titions. At five o'clock yesterday the bill
for the suppression of polygamy in
I'tah passed the Senate, but it is
thought to be too late for action by
the House thisscssion. Senator Vo-t
made his record against tiie bill,
--, lying that although the struggle
against Mormonisni began in his
own State, and although neither he
nor any man. woman, or cliilu
a.mong his constituents had the
slightest sympathy with the insti
tution, the bill violated the Con
stitution. Senator Heck thought,
on the other hand that it contained
nothing illegal or unconstitutional,
and that polygamy was an organ
ic d conspiracy against the civilixa
; ion of the age.
Adjournment in ,-ighr begets in
i he House ot' Representatives a dis
position to work
'hi- : ime on few it
spent in that end
ie houi s will be
of the Capitol,
s abandoned to
con-ider appropriation bills, and
sessions which last until nearly
niidiiighr are in order. The House
cki-es to consider contested elee-
a -es at pi es
Mm Porter 1
'ii finally d
to go 1 1 1 the
, w is killed,
an 1 lvas-.,:
nit, tint In
ill up again
he o: ,i-i
Up 1 II
ei , '
1 rain, is
ie la-t e
es t ill It
; .111 11-
u d 1 1 1 1 -'
ie ehai'ne ol
w . 1 -in
o i i ll 1
: 1 : 1 1 1 -nt
I il II -
vania lias a pump at
, in the cities.''
mil pleiiiy of milk
&um Branch Items.
Our mail- don't come regular and we
don't get our news as we ought.
Mr. M. F. F'-acli. of Raleigh, olo of
the il i rector.- of ttie Quaker Bridge road .
I was here last week in the interest of
I the road, and said he tliought it would
be finished by the first of September if
the weather continued favorable. If
Mr. Leach makes as good a director as
liedoiR a good looking man, I should
almost want to be a convict myself. We
gave him the best we had, and hope he
will come again to see us.
iur read : Quaker Bridge) is progress
ing finely (.'apt. Mclver is the right
man in the right place: but some of the
Joins county people seem to censure
him ab ut quitting the Core Creek road,
hut v. . don t tliinlv the Captain acting
againm orders at all, and we don't be
licv lade w ha- any more attractions
far him than has Jones county, as the
Treat, n correspondent of the Kinston
ri (- I '--,.-.- .seems to think. The Quaker
Ih ul ge road was to have been built first,
we think; however, we hope all will be
well in the end. dipt. Mclver has not
lost a man since he has been here; one
made tie' attempt this week bm was
pursued . caught an i brought back the
same day. "Where did you start to,
Johnson?-' said tlie Capt. "Nowhere,
sir. Oi ly to get some huckleberries."
"Huckleberries be hanged: now you
are lying: where did you start to? tell
the truth.-- "Well, sir", to tell the truth,
I started toTrenton." "What for, after
a dink?" "N-n-no s-s-sir. butl thought
I would get one when I got there."
"Yes, yes,'" said the Captain, "you just
wait awhile and 1 11 give you huckle
lierries and a drink too," and you bet
he did. but in a different way.
Another cold snap this week; almost
another frost, and the crops feel it sen
sibly. Mr. Fred Harget has the largest
cotton I have seen; he is one of our
large larmers. Mr. i?ilas venters is
' also a tlirifiy goaliead farmer; lie ha on
us P'aee aoout an eijrnt norso crop
makes about 400 barrels com, 2.r) bags
cotton, besides peas, potatoes, and
wheat: very few farmers raise wheat
and other small grain enough with us:
lie also has a fine lot of hogs aud some
fine milcli cows; hasone tliatgives about
three gallons milk pel day. and Silas
has on his place a natural curiosity in
the shape of a natural bridge of solid
rock over a stream of water about eight
feet long under which the water flows
I at a depth of reveral feet. The rock
I bridge is about four or five fet in
thickness; near by is a splendid spring
of WHtpr which makpR tha rtlnpp ntit
"one". me tnousamis, Mr. James
I HUD Diucc.tru hull auuus UUUJ
(.- ,,, hut- d hiiva anma cnnloo
and varmints also. Mr. John Brock,
while passing through his field, saw a
sD.'ike. or a part of a snake in a stump
hole: thinking to kill the gent, he got
a stick and struck him, tlien caught hold
of the snake's tail to pull him out of the
hole, w hereupon his snakeship wrapped
his tail around Mr. B's hand and arm,
and was about to pull Mr. B. into the
hole, or pull his arm off, aud perhaps
something serious would have happened
Vi:iH n,,l ATr H trot out liita knifa nnH cut
the snake in two, pulling out the cut-off
piece, which was over three feet lorig.
The balance of the snake disappeared in
the hole, and Mr. H. don t think he cut
off over one-third of tire snake. Mr.
Brock is a man of truth, and will testify
to the above. That suakH and Mr.
Francks' crawfish oufjht to meet aud
-ee whi'-h i the best man.
1 Corn i- selbiiK nt SI. 00 per busliel at
the burn door.
Mrs. lion Lewis, near here, is very
sick with pneumonia. Dr. Attmore ia
Mrs. Tom Davenport has a fine boy.
The first at Tom's house. Nothing like
a nice pre-ent.
V. T. Caho i- oir to Raleigh to hel us
10 ;i (tovernor. etc. Pamlico was fnr
eoke aiel IIu-hefi. Will take any
Noah Kllisoii. co1.. while getting off
ol one boat on another fell and disloca
ted his thumb. Dr. Attmore, with the
a -i-t ne'e of fir. I toss, matte it all right
H ill inj; corn is the order of the day.
The hues are still doing severe damage
to yoiin corn. Cotton a splendid stand
though .-mall and all crops art? clean of
oi ass: all they need is good showers
and warm weather. It is too dry to set
pot ito - prouis ami far rice. The latter
is hying for want of rain in the loose
swamp land. Oats are splendid and
there wai never better weather for
ri'it ping them.
I nt I -i.a No Si 10 a L LiQUT II L'SE.
Pamlico Sound. N. C, May 21. 4.
7',, ,, ()!! I m,,inioii StumnhiKit Co.,
.nrMi'. 1'n. :
( I e 'i 1 a-: m ; : n : He! ieving that every
man who is prompt and attentive to his
hoe's lioulil receive some prai-e from
Ins cmpievrs and the public generally,
ai'd -ii iet un es f nun an obscure source.
1 take, -lea! pleasure m commending the
promptm'-- ana utmost regularity in tbe
luriiiing ,,! vour excellent steanrer i
In .111,1, Icnli . under the command of
Pip. T. M. Sauthgate. Being situated
at a station that the steamer passes
u ltlun a few ards of. and having timed
the hour, etc . nt which she should be at
the station. I iind that, wilh bad wea
ther and s met me s strong h-ad winds
t 1 cniitcn ! with, there has been but
about twenty inu-.i'tes variation in the
lime ol passing here, and on all ordi
nal v Mines I can tell within lirr minutes
of lie- time tic sie-iincr will l.e :n front
of my stair ai.
Tin I'- 1- no otin r -iramcr rioiniiig m
1 1 a- - ami ;.t tin- i, 11. ir ha 1 h,a ,-
!,. ,-n j.j times ,, ,-t that can mak" Hie
a',,, im- 1 , c i . gii iari; v ;m 1 i 11 ;cl; d 1- p i '. --li
and I llu.d;
i lei ill
- 1 . 0
I I ,
- a I
-1 1 r - i a . ; 1 1 " i m..i.
, I I y , llMCI-e,,;, .1,1
,-t , ,( ,, I a it 1 i,l
1 li,,pe ,, -en, a il ',, , ;
believe ..(iy ' iadid.it,
r entered u p"i i a I 're-i
witll Mieh t rein.-nd, ais
ill V j'.il ! V
i Id- :.s tlies-e ufjainst him. In thiseitv
ttie Tribune is the only paper whir.li i
supports Blaine squ iroly. AVic 1 uric I
Evening 1'ost. I
ET ..7V: TT
Vegetable ; Sicilian
wi the (Irtt preparation frtrfaetly nlnft...: i ,
core dlMMU bt lbs ftcfclp, had th I it
cewful rmtonr tt faded or gray li.-er to I
natural color, growth, Wat yooilihil Ix-aic
It ha had tnsur Imitator, but noun lntvt
full? net alt tb raqntranteDla nctsttul s..,t
the proper treatment of the tinlr ant) o .
Hall' Him Rmwn hae ateadii t',-v
lo favor, and tpread ita fame and un-i ul...
to every quarter of tbe glnbe.' Ita toiin,i.
leled iueeeea can be attributed to tint
causa: tkt mUrtyjUmnU Ui Jnvmin i.
The proprietor! limy often heen nrjirli, ,J
at the receipt of order from remote conn
tries, vhero the had Beret made an oitort fur
Ita introdnctlna, , 4 t r . '
The ! for ahort Urn of HiU'l 11
. Bkxkwxb wonderful!;, laipmna the i i
aonal appearanee, -It aleaaaea the eeaip fr.
Ml Imparl tiei, cane alt hanwra, ferer, mi
drrneaa, and tha liferents haUlneM. It
atlmtcatea the weakened glands, and ermia.
them to pnsh forward a tw and rlirorvtis
growth. The effects of this article are i..,t
transient, like those of aiedholle f r, pk.
tlons, but remain long time, which D.utot
its use a matter of ecottomr. v,
Will ohante'thd beard to a natural brown,
or black, as desired. ' It produces a permannii t
color that will not wash away. Consisting of
a single preparation, It Is applied without
trouble. J i.if" U'. ... . ,i ;
-. TBESARED BT . '
E. K HALt; tMM, IE.
Sold hf all pMlotS In Alo.llrlnt.
'ii .. . 1
rOB ALL THE TO El' 3
Scrofulous, Mercurial, "ml
, ; Blood Ulsordcrs,
the best remedy, bewn tl
innat searching and ihurwuy i
Sold by all Druggists ; 1, six hoUlns, fa
KKlAAVri.LK. W. C. ''
' K,-. ,
rractls In tliaOtMiDtleaojr Duplin, henutt
Craven, Jones find Onkw, ,- - - . t
col lectlori or Glalm a f c1alty.
Ctirnwptaeuo fcollcjtul. , , - n. r!."ln
( 'JMMCnlr. N. .
Will prsotloe tntHeConrtaf Curtnrel, Jonr
On Blow and Oavon, c , 1 .
Hpeclal attention given trt lh n ,!!,. ion tf
clahntt, and tettllng eitUto ef. imwu-i
onn. 'I',- -A f s? g.i , .I1II..UWU
ATaTpKKY AT LAW,
rsria-W '33J3H.3NX33, sr. c
PiwHuea In he nriK orOMtaraf, v.i .
Hy tie, Jones; lno1r, I'Miiillon and V 1 1 .
countlea : altfo ia thm ItuIUtd b.Ule Ome
New ltrn. . . . ,
a. O-olIwiloli of anamn'a fwffK auul I,
clalma axulnat Taapla a neealnlt v
Offlne four doom almvw litutum Ilouaa.
U J. Moults. y I '.VH S. CIkHk K.
A T T 0 E N E y 3 A T L A XI ,
New ISerRe, N. C. i ; 1 -Will
praetlao In theOonrta of Cnrterot, (
ven, tli-oriie, Hyde, Jouea, Lontilr, OuiUow
anil I'arnlirocoantiea., ..
aIko in tlie mipremaCfmrt at Halvilich and
ilia I'nlu-,1 HUitea (XWita at Me Hartie aud
KaMtch. ' " i-e .
-Ctillecllng a apedaity, a . apSdirt f
CKOI1ISK V. STRONO.
HllelKh, N. O.
' J&lnaton, N. U
STRONG & PERRY, -
ATTORNEYS A.U COIWELLOM AT HW.
Having rnrmed a oopartDCrahlp for the
pi.'ii-ta-e of the law In Jonaaoounljr, will rou
larly Htteud the courWof, tha axua- i'rouipt
attention paid to oollectlona, s
mayl2-d4wlf 8TKOK0 4 PEBRT. ',
vt .. ..j
PlItL. HOLLAND, IK.
' own u, otrjojr
AttorneyH -at .jLaw,
utile' on I'rnvoo at,, two dooraauore Pel lock
Will practice In the Countlaa of Crai
Jonea, unslow, Cai'teret, Pamlico and Lenoir
Prompt attention paid to eollecuona.
apra-d4wly. j. -
r. v. srajtoss,
SIMMONS & MANLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
an practice in UieOonrtaof Craran, Jonea,
ihiHlew, I'urteret. l'ftmltco, Lenlrnd Hyde,
am! in Llit' federal Court at Mew Bcroa. .., I
ft'bdtl&wl) , .
DR. 6. L SHACKELFORD; "
NEWBEKN, N. 0. , M 't
all.-, . a M ia, lie ntrrft, over Mlm KataCar-.
.MUl'aii ry SUirc, opH)llte JtapUat
i,n Practical RxpcTlamea. .,
p-jiMiAwly ...i-t ;" ?
I)K. J. I). CLARK,
i ilxtiht, ,
oc , on cruvfii htrect, between Pollock
hi. a I o,,l. prl7-d4wlji
Elizabeth Iron Works'
( H s W. l'KTTIT, Prop., .
J-ii 'J - J . ic) and 280 Water street,
soukoi.k, va ,, , a
M A NI'I AC'I I'KKK OK '
KN JINKS, BOILERS.'
S:iv. i.ntl Grist Mills, 1
I.II A I "I' I NH,
' 11 J i--si, 1 lingers,''
i a 1 1 1 x i .s .n castings,-
- C I e 1 i'HC! iptiOD. " '
lor Aid, WORKIa
(JKO . A. HARVEY,
un HMiiM) st..
', : s. I'dl'HTH BT.,
V I I - 1 1 1. 1 ' lKalt. . ',
, nil. iuii'. Kin Cataa
i. i it.. 1 ,!. Ntylca aja
'! . f ;
m ..!. n K Itryan. Oao
" ii ii u. A. Oliver
: A i u Hei ne. ,
l5 Hi. 1 1 aolli lied. )
(lEt). W. J. UAHVIT .
i A w :
' - i x nl' . iii..i oi. ., "
.! -I - k ' Ml. .,1 cl. ' A
s I' en U.-lk-.l, 'r.oU.
, - I r ie, u i st iup,!i0cU.1 a;..
- ei -t i,,-,,,, a 'ii.
: i I iit,,i cure of RUtCI
M I I , clc.
ifv nr.' tol ir.Hi, itiirt 1 know tha '
ii I. I'AUMMCM ;Uer.Ti
ui I, 'ei i. in." y siore, tioxt ntH "a
, 1 1 '
ii, i ,il -niiili l-n.iit mill MldiliaaU
i '. . i 1 1 ( a N . I ' 1- A .
,i.-i ' ,r: ami cool and dalialoua Mora
,ii... a.', r AI -, and e Kock WMlor. 'o
a.. h ini-Kt t.lata to ainrika, antl 1tnfM
I, ii loolietv SAL1-IK M It !rtAL I'I I'KK,
oura fui nuderliiit liumnlly.