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T IST ALL THINGS.
Xi:V BERNK, Ci;. i: COUNTY, N. C. Jl LY !(. !ss4.
The "CLIMAX" COTTON PLOW
KIN(r OK Til K COTTON FIKCD.
T Fir Wcsm; 'Aen" Hrroir, ( lo.i Cmh-r n 1 I't'tot
Irwo An" Cirlur, with hor !o- . Irk Vim .i rgli1
nth hor !o . Irk
Grata Fan. Fl Cttr(, Co SJeIlr.
Our WVh!.) ul Axl' falkd ai l pint J, either Iron Axir
',, Si4. -jiinow IIoU DiSn, loo fell o-Ut upph
r Tl .:nbi-
JT. VC. WIIITTY,
; . CRAVEK STBEET. NEW BERN, N.
KySTON, N. C,
Annouiic th ArriTal of Thcix
Jew Spring Goods,
' ; ! cossirnd of a splenmd line of
Gents, -Youths and Boys' Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, , Hats,
' Trunks, YaliseSy Etc., Etc.
: A ;Ne wi and Full 1 Supply of
T vt,i-klioId,r or th( Atlnullc
.in.l Vrih Carolina Killroad.
(it.Mi.iiKN: We now present
to you tbt unli annual report of the
condition ot your Uo:ul. :ind doubt
less it will gratify ou to learn tliat
since your l.it annual meetiug
there lias leen inmkod improve
ments upon it. In fait we can
s.ifi-ly .i.sscr i: :s at this time in as
oxl :unl safe condition as at any
x'riO'l of its history since tin war.
Therefore we ha e heen enabled to
draw in the p.seiiger schedule
more than two hours under the
lessee nianagemi-n. and something
more than an hour under our own
of the past yeaj. We find by ex
(erience that tins high rate of spet'd
for this Koad can be kept up and
the trains nm with entire case and
regularity and with as much safety
a is done on ;inv other road in this
or any other State. In fact, pre
io(istothe change of schedule, a
run wu-s made from (toldalvoro to
Morvhca! City with His Excellency
(tovernor Jarvi, the I'resident of
the Hoad and others, in two hours
and thirty eight minutes, without
trouble or danger. Of coarse ac
eident.1" will occur on all railroads.
o human loresight can prevent
them, however much rigorous dis
cipline and attention may tend to
During the year, we regret to
h.ive to jiav, we have not entirely
escaped, yet uo fault, we think, can
!. attribute! to the present man
agement. While on NoveuiWr the
.'50th the engine No. known as
the Governor E.rag?, wa.s on the
run with the pAssenger train from
Morehead west at the Newport
station the boiler explode, causing
damage to the engine of about two
thousand dollars. There was no
other low, anil it seems miraculous
that the ejiginetT and fireman es
rajved unhurt. This accident, how
ever, detained the train Ies.s than
two hours in the run to Goldsboro, 1
another engine having leen suln
(i. Lewis. Hence Wi- 1m M I c ed. on
theL'Sth day of .March, liom the
liaukofNew Ilaiiot r. ( ;oldboio.
ten thousand dollars tor six months
at the rate of eight pi r e.-nt jn-r
annum for the payment ot the steel
rails, also from the same Hank live
thousand dollars for stt days at
the same rate ot interest, with the
privilege of short renewal, and lour
thousand dollars from His excel
lency Governor .Inrv.s. The latter
amount without interest and time
of payment to suit t he convenience
of the Com pa n y. These t wo amounts
were lor the payment ot duties on
the steel rails. The the thn'is.md
dollars referied to . i. i i. . . - Will be
paid by the Nt d.iy ot .'ill;., and
arrangements have been made with
the Hank ot New ll.inovel to meet 1
the coupons due at that time, and
also the interest mi the ; :nlr.'ne!i;
FVKMIXs. WITH V
their cliii keu.
debt. Then-lore, thes.- d.-b
not possibly embarrass the
pany or interfere . f I ir
t ions. There is no iio.it i n g
U-sides the amounts named
sequence to you except tie
seven hundred ami te:
ance due on purchas.
merly belonging to t h
Kailway Company. I'h
amount was .K,7H.
4.(MK) have leen paid,
was subsequently -topjn
seijuence ot litigation iu
s ea n
v ' i.ousa m
: cars lor
1 av lis t-Ii t
d in eoii
whu h the
ieiise.s over that year. The condi
tion of the Company cannot be
better put than in the following
coinn arison of the operations of this
ami .ae year 1X81, when the Eoad
was tinned over to the Midland I wa-s m"t ;;!atif
nanway management. .Now you
will tind all increase of earnings
li'.0(K. this too as we have before
show n was one of the years of de
pression while 1XXL was an '-up"
year for business of all kinds, in ad
dition transported between SUOand
bid' car loads of material consist
ing of iron, rails, timber for bridges
.w:U fur warehouses, ties. etc.. for the
1 -iinpanv In !s-i not one-fourth of
tb.- imma.-e w.is carried over the road.
1!.;- of course eausf a luuch wear and
l-..r of the locoir.-'tivrs. cars and road
i- if it had bci n freight for others.
"! at a fair average would have
unoiinted in the aggregate to r'S.000 or
.-.v. in hi . i-.irttie rundinon of the ma
!.mer and cars we call your attention
t the i:-...rt of that excellent and com-t.-iu
otticer. the Master Machinist.
The bridges and culverts the Superin
tendent reportu throughout the line as
' absolutely safe." and all the buildings
under his charge in good order, and
tin se w!. . i know him and his experience
and competency for such work will be
lieve it. He had orders to takp on t all
wood indicating in the slightest degree have him
dei'av. and it had been done. Wo rr,m. tlu
Cleaned from our Exchanges.
of the ehildien in
mil young tui key s
and their success
f the one
i i. i , .1-
uuniiifii aim t un t -.-:;;!it young
chickens hatched and brought
home, only two failed to come to rains it seems have not been gen
prospeious matui ity, and of sixty oral, but quite severe in some sec
young turkevs oniv three died. As tions.
(Juestioti Answered A
A few weeks ago a copy of the Hack-
ensack (.New Jersey) Mepvbltcan fell
into the hands of Messrs. J. A. D.
Ourliani r.' ruril : They say tc- Stephenson and A. A. Patterson, of this
baceo has never been known to te place, and among the items of neighbor
so large this time of vear.-
ami more ainnl
doors, and : he tirst m
built a regular place e
mature hens and ano:
tui keys. The iiickens
the w ea
Wilmington Star: The hand
some silver trumpet won at New
: em ii-,- 1
tei s. but
I i of t lie
company was not a party. It is
proper to state here we will have
old rails and other material which
can In- sold for about l().(M)d when
we get through replncing the jv rn
rails with better ones on the line,
and with more abundant crops, the
splendid and costly addit ions to t he
Atlantic Hotel, the through arrange
ment for cars to and from the .Mis
sippi river without breaknii: bull;,
as well as through arrangement for
passengers without change of cars,
and united effort on the part of the
friends of the lioad, should we not
calculate upon a more remunerative
year J Moreover, the recent im-
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I'luvi-Mit-uui miuuiu eeriainiv cause
.'.i. I mend him to you especially for his ex
cellent work on the Trent River bridge.
1 lie span over the Neuse will soon be
like it. which will add strength and se
l unty to the trestles there. When the
Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad
was turned over to the Company by
Maj. Jno. Catling, the Receiver, "who
was nisi i the Receiver of the Midland
Railway Company, by his request that
Road wa operated conditional! v for him
by us. In no event was any expense to times
lan upon mm. and theearnings we were
tn have, if any. After its sale a month
or two ago a similar request was made
by its present owners. A statement of
the Receipts and Exjienses is herewith
furnished vou. and it will be noticed
the latter exceed the former over one
thousand dollars to May 31st. 1SS-4. AVe
are bavins: mile-inistji nrenared anrl
and regularly to their mi.
the turkeys icbelled.
grew up tln-y fancied I lie '.
tent over the milk hoiisi
branches of trees specially designed
tor their roosting p laces.' As they
were beyond the reach of most rob
bers, biped and quadruped. I left
them to their choice.
The first of .September I met .Mr.
Cummins at the pustoffiee and told
him my crops were about ready to
be harvested, and I would like to
call round and see what
man's farm in ir amounted
Accordingly a lew days after he
presented himself. I was tin n
cutting up my fodder corn and
shocking it where u grew, and I
think there could not have been
less than ten tons to the acre. It
was not a heavy crop of forty or
fifty tons to the acre that we some-
read of. but it was a fair
growth, ilr. Cummins stood ou the i
edge of the corn and looked about
him. I did not let him know I was
aware of his presence till he spoke.
Ah, good morniug,' said I.
'Mornm', said he rather subdued-
Berne by the W. S. F. H. Co. No. 1,
during their lecent visit to that
.classic burg, is attracting no little
attention. It is on exhibition at
Honnet's. A gentleman counted fellow UYirL-ni:in
eleven car loads of vegetables and Now was John
hood news tiey found the following
"Last Wednesday as John Ten-Cate
was crossing the spar near 'the spring'
near Ro.encrantz's mills, lie fell in the
water, which was running very svvitly
at the time, and lloated nearly to the
railroad bridge, a d istance of a quarter
ot a mile. One of the men eftjployed by
a telegraph company jumped in to save
the boy. but the water was running so
swiltly that he also came nearly being
Jrowned. having to be rescued by
three of watermelons at the depot
yesterday morning. They were
from Georgia and Florida and
bound north. Carloads are passing
', through here every day.
Franklin Timr.s: C. Y. Swan
son, living near Cedar Rock, died
suddenly on the night of the !th
ulr. He was well and worked all
day .Monday, retired in good health
at 10 o'clock and was found dead
next morning-. Caswell KI!is.
son of Or. O. L. Kllis, had the mis
fortune to get his leg broken on
Mondav. lie was attempting to.
That was the question that occurred to
the above named gentlemen when they
read the paragraph and in their desire
to know his fate thev wrote to the editor
of the licjnibiriin and this is the reply
Tik: Hackensaok Repuiilican,
I Iackknsack, N. J.. May 20, 1SS4.
.lcs-.s-.',-. Stephenson ? Patterson,
(iKNTl.KMK.v: Although the question
submitted by your postal of the 19th, as
to the fate of John Ten-Cate '"and his
rescuer." is one of a gravity not to be
disposed of by a careless touch of the
pen fo' lowing the dictates of an equally
careless imagination that might be im
pelled to a hai-ty conclusion because of
caused the accident. If was, of
course, very painful, but at this
writing he is doing as well as could
Raleigh Farmer am Mechanic:
Political Vennors are making their
Htltntn fnr Hi .llaal.1,1 na. -r,fl, ' ' . " v i... ..... ....s
oatdelav The Master Machinist ' cartailmcnt of expenses and in that been argued before Judge Seymour
ly; 'what pon are ye "bout.' .Yer
will be ready to set un without He- corn's green s grass.
Perfect rails are being selected 'This is only fodder: it was drilled
the tracks at Morehead Citv and . too thick tn ear nn T-iliri.rw.. fr or
I- .1 1,1 i .u. .- . . . . l -
u.uauuii., aun me main crac Bnouia the more of it
ut- imu-Fuiii-eu at inese places, the
rase of Branch against the Company has
tli a inf irer.fiAn t AUn J
et into a cart and fell, getting his frivoou8 idea as is frequently notice-
tangled up in the wheel which , able in instances where the equitable
adjustment of mind and matter may
have been, apparent or in reality, neg
lected by nature, or the training of the
child may have been pursued upon a
plan totally ignoring or in a measure
doubting the existence of cosmic force
as an element of regenerative power in
. I , , . . , , mwu, auiujcu luauuc.inui UiJU Lilt?
Almanacs About this time look . electric elements of psychologic proto
otit lor Maj. John Gatling as a can- ! plasm are derisively relegated to the
dulate tor the Senate. It is a ; tenebnous invisibility of the palpably
good sign for Democratic success in ! obscure, where notaglimmeriuggleam.
National politics to see so m;my , t the scintillation of coruscating fol
i,i i n j. - i V guration, age where not even the trans
old Office-seeking Kats actively fig-1 piendent irradiation of a lambent sheen
tiring in State Conventions. They will mitigate its condition or mellow its
have long noses for cheese. Fx- mournful moan through ages that may
Gov. W. W. Ilolden predicts that 0J' may ,10t "e born tne c88e maJ he-
Scales and Stedman will sweet) the
'I 'speet that's book farm in", and
hastened to the wreck and at once, ,
thoroughly investigated the mat
ter. He reports no blame could le ,
attached to the engineer who was,
running the engine at the time of
the disaster. The locomotive was 1
way save do inconsiderable, l or
information in detail respecting the
financial condition of the Company
and the operations of the Road, we
refer you to the very fnll statement
of tbe Treasurer and General Book
bour n-i.iot, !.., .....
. . c . i i . T, . . rirtri, which .ill 11 . 1 t l l 1 1 l-
one of the be-s on the Road, and isl d'
ha-s oeeo rebuilt, and will, in a few
days, b put again on tho paAenger : U Wl" U' recollected by you tlut
trnin. This is the secoDd accident ''nral . G. Ix-wis. one ot the
ortheVindon tbe Koad, a similar eiiwu selectetl to examine and re
one havinc ocoarrfd xome vears J I'ort nPon the condition of the Road
ago. Another of a more painful 1 wblle I)iWWlnS from the possession
y . A-e,n c,ii,,..,i o-ii i.
Character, we deeply refrret. -When WI l"c -"'ulrt"o iv.uwa voiup.uiy
wno ueciued in tavor of the Comnanv. i m on c lore US dried any. what Vi
The two Christian cases were continued ; 'spect its gwine to be worth?'
by the plaintitr and will regularly stand j ip,ut how about growing anything
for trial at the next term of the Circuit wjrl. rm.., fn)1-,! r 'r .i,.
Court. We have no other matters in I WlUl ri' ftuH. Look at that
litigition of importance. croji of yellow eyes. I must pull
"We resectfully refer you to the Re- 'them this week
port of the Committee of Finance. No 1 'Wal. I wouldn't b'leeved it no
greater praise could be bestowed upon : how. Ye've managed somehow to
the treasurer of the Com nan t If nrill ...... - .
. . ' . . i Per r til ii ma ro cmw w ier.' nnhm v
o e "..v.v ii-'i-y",-
Howener. yeu say "he and his res
State by 10,000 majority, and that . chibook, the tip, the bulgef so to speak;
the Civil Riedits nlank of the Itn- if the rpfmipr iiH nnt nmiu Mm kon
this here CUttin' ou't up and shock- imblican nlatform will have a (rood I were he not rescued, and there would
deal to do with piling up of this I ue uo rescuer nor yet a Tescuea; out as
mTir,,.,f, ; you imply, when you say -'he and his
' j rescuer, there must of necessity have
Tittsboro Home: We wrote an i been a rescuer, and as sequence a res
editorial which appeared before cue nue COuld n ,0Kicaly exist
i,np..,,.f i without the other, the other without
...... v.s. ....c.n... luc .js.s,!, iul0ue; er3o, if John Ten-Cate was rescued,
which farmers were reduced ot re- i then had he a rescuer, if he was not
. 'i.oin ovwrylxxly- (mow iu tba.-iu-.. ; t
Largest KotsI Enter;::--:
i iiierioa, ntyitb( wkUo iiaww (;1.r tn ...
-! York on boards li'p (trfne no i .1 1 u
.Urn, Iu the oorTj dsjril of efiilp i h i i i Ai.
ifnrni.-i, ha learned Unit uu vt the )!::,-.. , I
th TRuvl'bwi carod kMmwlf, .la. m- t'. r
ti,r -. ah oMinatft foaic iw f
Slncfl tlion Mr. "Lkuaxo bits fOOTIIIIii. I 1
Avku' SAJlgAJ-JmiLUA in uuinr iinl iv
cmiea, and he ho heVer jt lifanl ef i;r Tv -ur
loefTrrt a fad leu) lira. .
Sirme yiifcgoooe of Mr. l.m-AXii'n ( Im
laborer! bruited Ala leg. Oul:j Iu tlm I i.l
atfto of kla-bhKxi, attvtflr orolmi m ,i.i,,,
OT lump nppoared on tbe liijllroj ljinl.. I! -,
-tJbla itebjux of tbe--kln, -wiUi t-ninig . I
darting labia tbrongn ti luuiy, mmlo It.
alniMt bitolerabla. ' The log -V-mmo h. i
liiousl jr enlarged, and ranniug iiirers f.ir.n. !.
discharging great quantities of cxu.-i . .
offenalre matter. ' No treatment of any
avail until the man, tT Mr. LntAxn's ilii . -
tion, Tvnj anpplied with. Arra'a 8a u . i a -rilla,
ir)ktcb allayad the paUi and frrim i .
healed Uis aorea, removed tiie aa ellii.c, m l
completely restored tn Jlmb to line.
Mr. Lelaxb baa ttersouallr tued
for BhemmaUata, vltti ntlre raccK-n. ; . :.
after earefnl obeervatiuii, -iteelarca tli.it, i i
his belief, -there ta it lucliclno In tin : i
eqnal to Jt for the eareV Llvr niitnr.li-rr.
Gout, the-ffctit of' hljitli Uvlnt, i-i.ii
Itlmom Boroa, yrnpllor.n, anil nil Ui
varlona fofma of lilond lieira.
We have Sir. LfeiX.ft.s pnrni .taion e.ir-. a
all vrho'jnay desire farther eri.lenee in 1 1 -I
to the oitntordiiuiry oilfU.To piei-i i,
ArEK'a SahsapajtilLa feraoe Lim rmxn
ally either nt hia-mammoth Oci-aii lli.i.i.
Ixng BranoU,of t tbepbpular J.elmul If
Broadway, 27th and 2tb Streets, New Y-i .
Mr. LEUiKD'a extenalve knolc.l-i, . '
good done by ttda ime4tullej e.ra.1 1 1 .-.i , . r iA
blood poisons enable hint to gtre in.j uh r-s
much valuable information.' '
' -"-'t v'':-
Dr. J .C . ly er & Co Lowe H,Ma-,.
Sold by allDragguU; ej.tila bottles f
be ,-ieen he has again been faiihful and
1 could afore."
- ..Ave be a rcncrous public to come and ex- barked over m
"",' .-? r. v j t ' liD his horse, ki
SIGN Or rrilE CELEBRATED PEARL SHIRT.'
VM. Pell Dajiance & Co
south; F.r.o;rr. street, neivbern; n.
Wc are not members of
Trade,' nor have we ever been, amf wo
UiQ Lanrest and iest Selected
Jitock. of Fancy and Staple Groceries
"displayed in .the city, consisting: of tlu
23 bbU. Rm la U. WorU Flour.
( SO Sswth Lftkt Floor.
" - - 100 Tip Tep Wxit,
' 100 Puriij I'rour.
SO -4 ?ut9 Faatilr.
. ; tV) u J Saratoga Extra Kto-ar,
. . 25 Jam River Sap-r. Floar,
,',V to hhla. Pk.
jOOO lbs. rt XUelts,
S00O IU. Loom CT-..
- ' 6OO0 IW 5hoa! l.i-..
120 filoM MvWk, 8ttmp, etc
A 50 bckU Lavrd,
10 Tin Lsvi.
j 25 Tra Oum Lr-i.
4004) rbv tUiewl finji diMw,
10001b. t&aviat Crrtaarwry Hitler,
500 raJIood Cld:r,
r Ui ilt,
. 13 kbl. Table Slt-
, . 180 boxes) Soap.
. . 40 ba Cotfe,
' v" 20 rro-sa mdc Co.-.
100 etn( Calea ao-i t n.-i.-
130 bcXM Franch an ! Ai-r-ii: ... 1' i ' -
" 6J VoieaSTJa, qaarr, h :' :-. i -
50 eaaea in
10i iawa Bakiog l'oa-n
450 Wzm Plajr and Twi..t T 'rr
1 JO. 000 Matiiaia and tm L ix-xt. mx:.
. lb. Lonll i ani S3 ,
123 Boxea Eaiaios.
' Ii5 boe FrtrtK-h and Am- r -...-. ( t
10.000 Florida aailJxua:-a nria
" 1000 Mswaiaa Lemoo-,
;" 000 Porto Rko Coeoa Si'-v
; S0O0 Iba. Peeaaa, Filbt-ru, Ait-.c-'.-
; 'JOOboxaaSotcb Herr-.D.
li Caanail Paackca. SaHia-. I.. -r.
shifting the freight train at Kmston
on the 2$ta ot Mnv. ;i car iru
r. NVilliiim Fields
killing both. Kverv
i precaution was used to prevent ir,
'and we hnro written evidence frum
some of the most prominent citizens
, of Kington, who witnessed the
' scene, exoneratinc entirely the eon
dactorond those in eliarge of the
' engine from all blame. We have
( been exempt from any other aeci
dents, and as before stated, no snch
! schedules have ever before been
iruu on this Koad, from the day the
J tirst rml w.us laid up to this nio
Tbe freight trains also have been
J run with regularity, and all freight
i offered haa been moved with com
1 meodable dispatch. It is known to
you that uioeU of the present fiscal
year has been calculated to test
seriously tbe work we have had
i under management. Kxeesaive
rains, m a critical period in the
lunpro vemeu fs we were having
made, caused delay and expense
I that would not have leen other
' wise inenrred. These rains were
followed by nnnsual dn-ught in
some section.-i, thus frvm the eoun'ty
of Hyde, where it was reasonable
J to ei)-t't t large quantities of cor:i
'for transportation, wo obtained but '
ahont one hundred thousand bu-.li
, els, or one fifth of the quantity
Jjf transported in 1S.1. The corn .is
uot made. We sutTered enual loss
, , r i "i pro(ort!oii on the grain from tl.e
ttie liOard OI northeastern counties of the State.
Our rivers, too the Nruse am! Trent,
(ml thecr'ks emptying into tl i-:n.
t-ii-ludav t'-'iiteiitn.-a. 1 1 .i .- i..-1-r
M.i'TlileUtlv vnKrli ibiril..' !h.- '.i t:
' tllou ste.imlx).!!.-. iim-a n. :g i':::g
back to your own control, stated
it had deteriorated in various ways
about thirty-two thousand dollars
from the the date of its surrender
to the Midland Kailway manage
ment. 1 tins amount ir is now
known was rather under
over the real loss to vou
Governor of the State is .satisfied
of the fact and a committee of the
Hoard of Directors of the highest
intelligence, consisting of Messrs.
.1. C. Wooten, C. C. Clark and. I. C.
Davis, after a searching examina
tion reported its condition to the
A close an 1 never relaxing attention
to immediate duty is required of the
(ieneTal Book-keeper, aud the present
one. ilr. :Saruuel L. Dill, has rilled the
office unexceptionally well during the
past rear. The present improved con
dition of the track is sufficient cuaran-
tee of the faithfulness of those who have I SO green.'
ii uirecuy in cnarge. ine omcers of
the Company generally have been ac
tive in behalf of your interest and aided
greatly in the improvement of the Road.
t han ' I,resident of the Company is under
Thn oDiigations to .Mr. v . Dunn, Supenn-
ieLi..cLiL ui rieiKHi. lor vaiuame ana
'We'll go up and look at the field
corn. JJut what ii your objection ; r
to putting up ioduer corn as I am
''Jection? why I sh'd think ye
must know 'twill spile cuttin" o:i't
sortuigto inaehinery as an economic : rescued, then had he no rescuer, and
measure in reaping their small grain j your expression, '-he and his rescuer."
MTU irn ar.i o miio i miinrt .n.o i 13 oiu ui 1 01 ce or conerence
was attached to our views that
reapers of the most improved char
acter have been purchased iu all
sections of thecountv. And iu every
case the purchasers
iu that it
implies a non-existent fact.
Yours very truly.
E. K. B.
For tho editor, who is absent.
P. S. Our llohokus correspondent
says John Ten-Cate and his rescuer are
hoard ot Directors to be equally as advice for any purposes that will re
bad as that renresented bv General Jound to your welfare.
'Jt can l spoil where it is put up
in shocks of that size. It will dry.'
'Dry ! How long do ye 'speefs
it's gwine to take it to dry?'
'Three or four weeks.'
'I wmililn't crivr. flmt- fr ir . i:..
L lcr"u' asiance at an umes during in nig fjno-er0 bv that time if "'
the vear. Tlie trains have been run un-! ' . 1 "
der his direction and those under hire ' IeIt out 1,1 the rain,
with promptness and safety, as it is' 'Come and look at it six weeks
needless to inform you. I from now. You'll find it right here
His Excellency Governor Jarvis. as 1 very likelv till the snow liie. lr.l
lie nas uirae neretoiore, win in the fu
ture curdiallv give his influence and
lv. i il..lin-lifi..l
K ight reapers have been purchased , ?" lZ '" " eZ?rlZ
in the neighborhood of the Gnlfi are correct in saying "he and his res
alone. A significant result we learn cuer," ro'ske mine a mint julep, that
from the farmers around the Gulf is ' most delicipus of all mucilaginous mix
tiiat harvest hands have not been tnres.-Safesn7e Landmark.
so pienniui m several years nor
disposed to work for more equitable
wages. Lot us have some more
att o-K'ifcnr A T - I, A .' .
KKITANSVILLK. R. t.
Practice IntheComHtviOf IHiplln, I ti 1 1
Craveo. Jane unit Onslow
Collection ot Claim a apeothliy."
Corree'pndDiefMliHMl. v i
jAttbrp.ey'fit-Xj. i ,'
". ,, l01.I.OCKSVIIJLK.
' " !' v i ".'Jeasa Couiuy. rii.
Will practice ) tbe Courta ef Cai ti i i, 1
umivw iuiq traven, . .(
Hpeelal attentin.ii given to till .l '
Claims, and. aetUiug KUtle of ill-i-.
aoaa,. .! J,. - , lumi
Lewis it not worse m every depart
ment and recommending such im
provements as they deemed essen
tial to your interest and the success
ful operations of the Koad in tin
future. The suggestions of the
commit tee have !een fully carried
out except a to ditching which is
now going on and should be linislu-d
before the winter. Kconomy. how
ever, would dictate that the oi.li
nary force on the sections I it and
we believe m this wa. with -lirht
help, it can be dole- dui t lie
summer aud eai'y ;;: tin- l.iii.
Thus after sin h po;t.e proof ot
the dilapidated condition ot your
Koad caused by the negligence and
matteiit ion of the les-ce r.i.iii.iire
nieiit no alternative u a lei; bur to
ha;ea t'lu ii.l u:r j ms. : .'a-
;iia ; in ; ; o cii.t-:: .is
keep the tlallls
t In- w iiei-U s-o-1
come, let us go up to the iield con:.'
On the way I took him across m
garden. The ground wa.s coven -d
Now. in conclusion, it is our nielan- with tomatoes, melons, and wintei
'holy duly to inform you of the loss, squashes. Flat and lutaba -a !nr
durniK the year, of one of our most ac- . uips occupied everv inch at so.u c
UM-. intelligent and zealous members. ' ' , , , ,
We n.-ed not sav we refer to' the death Sroun1 w uere l,eaS' ('arlv Porat.-i-,
f ii.-nry V. c; rainier. Esq. Though ; etc., had been, but there was lio: .-,
fui hie some time previous to the sad weed to be seen.
event, yet it was unexpected and caused ' 'What 'pon earth ve "-ot li-'o
ii.-;inguii.hed lawver and citizen was
known, i 'ourleous and kind in his in
i r-our--- in everyway with all men,
hi- f.i!l eaiinot but be regretted by all,
and most of all by us. with whom he
was so Ion,: and intimately associated.
o r will
leaves in the Board of Di
not be easily tilled,
J -us D. WiiiTFuuri.
lie -p. 1 1
wel e In re-s.u
1 II II UI II L.' of to 1
1 1 :..!.-1
!..- : :-k
; ' i,.-
li s ',
ll l e
i a - in-1
' run up a;n
' of ti a i :is .
; : h t h
from t he K.M.l tre; -h;
-a . i :
A! a It
nt l ve '
-oi i : i ,i
-; i : : ; "ii s ,.j
l ii n an i -
miiiirti-e : is
preset. ' a:
; : ti : i
: s a i. , :
I ' s a
io ti ire
rii a k .-
Ill 1 Ii 1 1 tl
to the People of Norlli
K M.i.ii.n. N. ('., .1 tine V.K lS.s-t.
eiir meeting ot the r.x
inmitree of the Board of
of the North Carolina
' i t'l esetlteil:
o.d. That tin- President
i-i-ietary be ,1111 hori.ed to
n lpieal to the people ot the
tatniLt rhat the l'.xposit ion
" a bi on d all e pec; at ion,
i.it the biltldillgs. though
i;c not sinljeieii I : that more
s are needed, and to elect
1 heed more help."
'eifeliee u ith the abo e Ieso
as these is. Why my ground wen';
raise melons. J-'act is, I never have
time to bother with a garden. Mis -Cummins
allers has a few yarbs at! !
a little lettuce, that's all tin' ganb-n
'So it seems the old Flint IF'!
farm is -,K)1i )V something, or it
must be the -store stuff." Super
phosphates and guano have a won
'Beats all natur": suthiu' :
"nother does ir. here the str.lTi-.
Them rutabagas s w itoppers, sa:
The fact is. there's a good deal
virtue 111 hoe manure in ;tiiv so:!.'
Statcsville Landmark: Over
s loo bushels of western corn have
been sold at Statcsville bv one tirm
since February and there are two
other dealers who have sold largely.
Much of this corn was used by dis
tillers. A great many farmers
having run short of corn, have been
feeding their stock this spring and
summer on wheat. Gen. A. D.
Hazeii, Child' of the Signal Service
of the United States has offered
Mr. .1. A. 1). Stephenson, of this
place the position of storm and
tornado reporter for the sect ion of
North Carolina. The busy season
continues. The fanners have saved
their wiieat a magnificent crop
both as to quant try and quality
and the oat harvest will about end
this week, (.'urn and cotton -ire as
in all direction
i an- nink-
m a 11 u:-,
i hat .''
o w : 1
1 1 ,
bright hoe with
1: and keep ti
1 t he sin face, wi
The old man was s; ielit !
moments, then said
Wal. 01111u man. 1 mils;
to ye ou niakiii" 1 liings gr.
When we lea'died the
looked at it a tew liniments .
i he 1 iMiica-Prussi.iii Y;ir
We heard yesterday of a some
what singular coincidence, in which
one of our German citizens is con
lieeti-d. which may be of interest.
Tin Te has been in this city for a
week or two past a certain I'leneh
"11:1. by tin- name of Febzelton.
u"in U agent f. : a book devoted to
rr 1; ciafiie. Dining' bis pen
miliar j m is he im-r up wit Ii Mr. "Win
: 1 . -1 1 ::'st. who has been a resident
el ih's ei'y lb; a number of years.
ion com oari ng' notes ir was
An Irish Jury.
An English jury will listen atten
tively to the eloquent appeal of
', counsel, prououueo it "a first-rate
speech, one of the best we ever
' heard," and bring in a verdict
against his client.
A Freuch jury, 011 the contrary,
being far more impressionable, will
let an eloquent advocate play upon
them as though they were an in
strument of twelve strings. L:i
ehand, the greatest of French advo
cates, used to sway a jury of his
countrymen as he would. hile
defending a prisoner charged with
murder, it is said that the jury did
not consider whether the prisoner
wa.s guilty of murder, but whether
the murdered man did not deserve
to be killed.
An Irish jury is equally suscepti
ble, and, under the spell of a law
yer's eloquence, who knows how to
appeal lo their feel ings, often give
a verdict contrary to the evidence.
A M r. Cob-lough, having the right
to dispose of his property, and be
1 lg w it limit children, left his landed
and ot her estate, in the county of
Wexford, to his wife. The heir-at-law.
Ford Kossborough, disputed
the will, on f he ground of undue in-
In those days Irishmen had a
prejudice in favor of an '-owld fain-I
ily." especially when associated'
with a title. The counsel for his!
lordship took advantage of this!
piejiidu-e 1,1 make his most telling:
ATTOENEy AT LAW,
NEW 33Un.3T33, Z '.
Praotlaea lo the Oonrta or Otot r.-1 .
Hyde, Jonea, Jnolr, PamUtui ! 1
countleac alao In -the United Stai . 1
New Berne. , ,. v
9 Collection of anamrn a wnn.- m i 1.1
cJaliaa agalnat vtela a a.cUllv
. plUce iuuriloora alKiVetntiMMi iloiiae,
fuafsi-14wt; . , .
L. J. MooKax, .-'.' ' f ; "Wm. O.a m. K
MOORE k. CLABKE,
ATTOEHE Y S A T LAY.',
Now Heme K.' C.
Will proetiss H the Conrta oOrtert, Craven,-Greene,
Hyde, Jonea. Ijenolr, tJt.rlow
anil FamlicocounUea. '
AIho in the HnpreDie COIirt nt RnlrMi anil
Hie Unlu-d fcwatea Uuorta at, J.fw IHn and
Kolelgh. , - v 1 i-
a- Collpotlng a apeolatty, . apt tsrtf
OKORHK V. STHONQ,
It ileiKh, N.C
DAH1KI. R. rrniiY,
,' . - KluaUm, K. C
STEOKO tc PEERY,
ATT!IREVS All" COUSSELMRS AT LJW.
Having formed a copartnership for ine
practice of the law tn Jonea count., will rrmw
larly attend the courts of the out.,. 1'rom 1
attention paid to colloclloiia.
raayia-dAwtf BXiU)N) yTTZiiY. '
en 11.. H01.LXBD, j , 1. owa b. ooiojs
HOLLAND & GTJION,
Attdi'iioys ; atf jaw,
Office on CrnvoD m., two doora above Pelloctt
Will practice in the Coanttea of Crav-nn
Jones. Onslow, Ourleret, eamlieo And xJeuoIr
Prompt attention laid to oolluotlana. 4
apriiUwlr. - ,-,.
r. m. kimmi..;.
ATTOKNEYS AX I.AVf.-'
Will pinctlceln theOoilrtaof Craven. joa,
OiiHlnw, Oun!ret, I'aruiico, Lenolrarul Hyde,,
iiiul m tbe Federal (ourt ul New &crne , ,
felllldiWli . ' . '
e a r
so 1 1 ta;
; ; 1 a 1 1
1 s : o 1 1
s s .am
w e 1 1
of the 1.
v. el! fill,
t!u-y were en;
les 1:1 t he brief
ia n war: and
r 1 ! e v w 1
c.i a- -;.; -. 1
h in the
IU Flench as
I lie winning
Holding up tl
her between his
linger, he thus
a 11 cat . :
'iiig t ha'
all e. :
1 ae si
a vy c
ned t hat celebi ati-d
. 1 s7;i. tiom
e will by one coi
t humb and fore
appealed to the
before him: "Tell,
nie. gentlemen, would you disinherit
the owld familyon a ragof a pocket
handkel chief like t his '!"
'l'he juiy brought 111 a verdict
against the widow, who had also
excited their indignation by marry
ing again. She appealed the ease,
secured a second trial before a juiy
in a n ot lu-i county, and won hei
At the Slipper T.iliir.
DR. G. L, SHACKELFORD,-.
ii i-r o rk 1 e tt tist:-
NEWBEEN, K, a
uli.-c en Mifidlo street, over Mlm Kat4.Cry
niwiiy s .vlii!iiKry Htaro, oppoullA JBacUst
T?n 1 rum Iri ,lcal Fxprltt
DR. J. D. CLARK,
1 i."Nrrits 1
: -r -
NEWBKIU, ijp.r H
.1 til I
A 1 1
a : i.
And every thin in the Grocery and ( Onln
tioiiery Jine, which we proposi t sell nt tin
VERY lowest living profit.
. Wc.canyT'a Full Line of OMifeotiauerv and
Fancy Groceries, on which we charge a
G R 0 CER'S TROFITv ONLY.
'o solicit only the cash trade
and TiOr-'r" "''" '-.--xf. ...
. -. 1 -,1:1:1
1 1 1 v 1
id the I
: : nil
A ill's ,
i e iiav r e-
form to thi
1 tn pi ' i
men : .
1 1: : 11 ' "
: s 1 mi
in . 1 1 1
ia t'i '-.
1 1 1
, 1 , 1 1 1 g
leney the Coveinor and to the sag
gestioos of an engineer of tho ex
tares 111 1
ich u id aceollllt
perlenc and ability of General V for any mcrease of operating ex-
T U . e a 1 : 1 .
c attach, d
A e request
to aid Us 111 this
amount ot their
1 1 our Ti e.isiii'i 1 . M r.
Falci.h. N. '.. and
: .. 1 1 . ... : i 1 1. poll 1 cceipt of t he
. --. e a 1 ei t ; lii ate tor a eorresund
.j. number ol shares will be issued.
W. s. 1'iiiMRusE. rresident.
IF E. Fui es, Secretary. '
ine. .- na- to; ra v:ctori..ii.s and in -What, another cup of iea. Mi.
ij '!ii'v tie- i'icia-ii salleied i:n- ot j intnii-y .' ' e--laimed the landlady.
'.''. tin- g'.'.-.itr-.: lieti-ats of the v.ai. as he passed his cup tor the third
A In :...s eh,;:.-- , ur Frein a betid time. - .mi dellghtedtoseetli.il
',' had :..;...... -hof undei !i::n ::,-! ;ei a 1 e en ;,, 1 ng oil 1 sii ppei ."
w .s rti.-ia.v U m-.-'f -a..: :u :.:. -,-," :,'.qonded linmley. -I
' 1..- : - 1 'a d !: ' - i . . A!'. . .!- -, a - i , : : t e I : i: 11 g 1 t o n lg h I . a 1 1 d 1 1: e
.': : !'-' ' e. . i . , s t e 1 1 1 : 1 : s 1 1 a i i it I ."
1 a ' ? ': 1 s . : : . .. ; ' : : : 1 : , 1 : i : ' ' ei v complimentary tome.''
i s -. a ;: e a : s. - : ; ; a , . , : e .... r; : ' o : i e l.mdi.idy. '-'. 1 1 I : a mm!
'"-.'.'':;'. : ' . .; , e -: . : . ; i -s , n ; le i : : 1 1c laugh.
-' 1 ' - '' v ' "I geliel.ib;, I! I : ke t in- I ea 111 s, I I .
, '.-It ioU,:.t I b-s aiiollt Mime
'-., 5 i ; H i I 1 to'! is.-, a:.' I lie- Cool, made it.
. , . , . ... ; 1 -a o-e. i , a w ' a - : a- i -o a Id have ; :: t
' 1 , , ; . i ' . ' i . . W e : i. ' i es ; ...ni :(! 1 : 1 aoei . a - he
' " . s ' '. - ',- ,a s,'. . a iT. a ' : : i t : : : i ' i.'i " 1 1 ii h i s -p.oi:. !
.". ' . . -.oi.bl i -ig'e ti on i tl:.- t as-,- tl. il
. , . , ' . . . ; I : ;. . ... ; ' " 'I s! h l e pi 1 1 So i e I ea I 1 1 : ' . '
a. e . ' '-: -. : : I ' ' . . '.'..Is ' : I ,.e I II -e 1, n et ' ll .
!.:-;. ; I . ' .. :.;.-'i t ;.! g -... i -!: i; .'..'! i o i ; to
j . W ; , i i e t I a a ; I a. I' U e ! I .1 I t e epl. o- w " 1 , I , i . "
I ,;udi'. : i .: s , ; , .. : i 1 1 ie i oma . : : , . I , a ei 1 . -- lamu : . i i . i i a: ; .11 1 Ii n a n . 1 s
t - ' a . peephole.'' a I e e I i o -a a 1 1 d 1 1 1 1 1 1 s t not lose a
1 1.- ai :: ---d "o an opening tiotn ,' ,aee '.. -et a tee."
: i '!:. .'. V. ill.dl tile eeeatant ' ' i i ' N il.lt eiialiee V. ill OII lose.'
, - : ! 1 i '.'. a ' a 1 ' a ' - - h 1 i 1 I s . I ' I e s ; a , . . o , , . , , ; , . ; , ; s ! i a '. I i 1 1 I to ol I t'l .1
Elizabeth Iron Works, V "
( I! .s, W I'KTTIT, Irop., :
'so. o oy(l Water utreet,"-
M M'KAl 'l 1' H. l-.K OK
t-.a' v O.U'
sn . tin oh, rr-'V
SS. I I JtllOa-IS;, ,1
I )im rijition. , : ,-
i .-a lei AM. W(IRKI,,"vi '
n ll I7-.1AW1T .". .V -y .
-' 1 .''
' I .. I mi.
; ..; -. I
M ; Is i .
.- - I up, aU cla. '
"I wre ..f BHKD Vi V
a. mill I Uiiuwtha
l. Mm s cuar, trt -.
. ia xi noor to 'V -nm!
M i.hllr it4 f
I .l.-n.-H.ua Hod '
. e H" -I: Wnler.to ?. ' .
ii" a..-, and ni-ea . t
! Ml. OA I, fli'KK
' . ' . S -
! I'A I.MEK.
l . i I s
1 1 j
A small boy , ; -.,
summers w;:- a 1 1 e n . i : a
in com pany i : it ins i .0 .,.
the minister, a Vel tail .
faced man. was 1 e.uiing
services, t he little boy wa
remark to his lather atici
wonder at the tall divine:
the Lord.7' l.r.
Sill Ve !
I I. lio A tt
I gte.l I case, pel l
t . 1 : ; g 111
I s.i .- iieh a 11 ai 1 a 11 gemeiit 111
neai ly every ediicof ionai 111st i tui ion
on tin- ' 'ontinenr which I isi!ed."'
explained Mr. Arnold; and 1
thought it might be in vojnie
II'. Imf 1 e'u et to
1 very important
1 ps a broken leg.
- '- tt I IIHOIV I) T..
''I IT s. l ot ICTH ST.,
be fore I lie e en I ll
"Across the way.
over 1 here is house eleaniiiit, and 1
Mrs. I!i ou 11
just saw Mr. lirown eroinjr home
,a,v i with a stey ladder. Phil,. ValU j
Mnker of lit- nl Ir men 's Kin Cstaaaifaa
i:...,i viion or ii. l.aiot kit las ataul
W..UI.I Twer u Mctisra. IS. K. Bryan, 1m
tI.-ini.-1-H.iii, u-o 11. Itohcna, Go, A.ollr'
in.l otliern.-Hll nt Jlew Hrn, , c , , v, ; , -
' Oralera hjr Mali s'olkrttril. '? " , s
J)aiyfJwiy ortf. v. 7. havvt