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a. II N N ,
IS i H f KU,
I X DJENDEXT IN ALL THINGS.
LV HLRXL, CRAVLX COUNTY, N. C, OCTOBER 1S.S4.
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: i-ll you at. .lit
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n'sp Inn- mi
call a halt m;
ill.', anil taik a
hi n a'e lidin.'.
iittiiiir mv 1 1 . i n 1 1
r - :mi' - 1 1 i :ii h-.' ' anil
. W :iro: h.ul a
li.ivi' bt'on so, fur
; -;.- on hundred
a in'a : n for seven
r.Mon :,, ,1, ...... if
a ! H : In' n r. In-:i iic if i t .
ke to 1..;.'. Tli.- 1'ilitor
i: n i. iiard h v ii.-n the
. : Koine, :ie.U'h '. II I lift l"n,
ehavm Iik.- a 1ml; lahy, and
n' ii;. '' feet in t hr air on her
If one .
A n l re
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"Til t j.e sun
' I . IF "l ent .
i ..v th-'v
if, .-. .on in. i k
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in.- w .mt cs . ;
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A n l very li::le hr.v,- t
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T. C. WHITTY
R?mmbr tbat no WrH K-vj
i i: vkn st;:i:i;t.
m: u';ki:n. n. '
reaoii. or at least out ot
i ater, roer;nc her back end,
i :! mi ; ; u aionnd her mtow pad-
the ra'e ot sixty revulnt ions
- in iMite. and miiUni; evervt lime;
!y. l tiple on Poaril
the .'o.hI lady's uri
r, and aetuallv ere
vi' l.y :' I .e. tie, on sin h naughty
-nd-i.-t: !'! go about the world,
k-. k;nr u; behind and before, :-.
way k.'t.-n-;. or little children
.4. in outhtal play. By the way.
i Surtitit; Ca-;Ie was a signitieant
placard. "No dogs nr ehddrenal
io.ie.l .rh;:i." N1. as that doggish
mean, or chddtih'
W e '.eft I.iveriKiol Saturday night
and reached (v aee nsto'.v n on Sab
bath at ' p. m., win re we took on
niore'p.issengers. The Oregon, the
race 1iotc" of the ocean, w as lying
there waiting for the mails. She
u ill tvoat ib by 1 2 hours perhaps.
We settled down ro our quarters.
IlavlkfiT Itcsci ved Opened tlifii-
C1EW FALL STOCK,
ARK NOW OFFKWN'G MANY t-i'K- l .VI.TI K.S IN
Dress Gosds, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
KURNITUKK AND CARPETS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE
l. -SEPTEMBER lit, ISM.
i " I a 1 f t
T. A. GtHEEN
- t - CARKIF-3 THK
largest Stock of Floor, Meats, Sugar, Coffee, Molaaaes,
8jmp, Snuff and Tobacco
Htci broatt lo XtW XWae. N'ot in flck :
500 Barrels Flour,
v , :.40 v .!1 .Syrups and Molasses,
Xilit &Ulove4t dh prtcn, irsJ will be (told at uii.f.
rick BuUiUniT, Middle Street, below South Front, tt
and 1 tound niysell 'satiilwii'hed
bete-n two Kpiscopalians, there
Uung three citizens in otir state-,
riviim. Hut we got on famously,
and I hop? I gave them some good
leaven. One w-.ia a student trotn
South America, and the other was:
jui'e a famous character, ("apt.
Cutter, the fanner poet of IHig
Island. His educ.it ion he says ,
hns been limited, but he does the
btvst circumstances allow We had
a I'onrcrt but I hae t.t got to
t hat yet .
We wi ll- evpevting som.' sijualls.
or something worse fro in the out
i '.e. and we hail them within, too
for babies were in sufficient Hum- '
tiers, and of suilicieiit wilfulness
and the wind blew contrary to us.
So the ship showed how she could
pitch and roll. Ui-sult. live ladies
at the bre.ikl".i.st table Monday
morning, ftve out ot perhaps l.il
female saloon i.issengers: and tfie
gentlemen few and far between
Your humble r.ervnnt die.s not like
to U; oild, so ho too refrained from
I freak fist and dinner on that famous
Monday. KealJy it seemed as if
my extremities were going to be
come very intimate acquaintances,
l'olks would cling to the deck rails,
and contemplate the deep blue sea.
Many citing to their chairs, and just :
laid themselves out in their deck
chairs, and drank lemonade, ate
pickles, or sipped beef tea, and had
souielxdv waiting ou them all the.
' 'tliers find f.m'.: with .-v'r :hi:i-.
1 'f r.i.i-t boi f .r broiled .-ii ie'kci: w me.
Seme t.v much c !o.l an I -..rue n
Ai.il ruinll" nt in .si el ry
V.Miti' ladies ileli.-.it.. and ne-e
We nften li.-nr them r.in f..r n . .
1 luit ot te n Ui i(-s in re hai ni t ,i
The' l v tlit-m n a so un.br: Tn
tilr,v yoiin ladie.-. do mebii"
T.i sit .ir: 1 sup the fen'mu- i me.
I lo ii.. t think it dors t!-.'"i ..,..),
It b In" liealinp for th : r (.U...
V.'iii'H hide's we r.Mis.d. r de.ir.
Y. t still -I i ma n v d i . aet .ju-er:
Tliev order one liish. tie n anothi r
Ar..l mix too many kitiu tvetli.r.
Tbo' can alFer l i; w itli irreat w.
It is ho much ;ijr-iii.-t their health :
If that is i.ne. what an- tli.-y then
Net fur t he rn I -s ,,r 'eiu lelii e I. .
n n ladies now sluaild t
At home, on land, or en th.
If of t he in s.' Ives they take e. .. d rare
Th. ii: j.r.-ve the t rue jewels rare.
Atlar.U'- l )eeau. Sept. Jii. ss
Huviro i . II . ( 'i rr;:i:.
' '1 Little Neck. l,.i::K- Island.
had a pleasant service mi
ooard today. Iliad t iie pleasure
of presiding, and the smiion was
preached by Kev. J)r. I'Htton. from
t he State of New .Jersey, while one
prayer was made by K- . Mr. Kit
tenger, ot l'erinss 1 vania.
So we got into New York harbor
during the night, passed quarantine
and custom house, ah. that custom
ho;is I am a converted 'free
trader." Hurrah for -free trade 1"
Which party has that plank, editor '
I am '-way behind" in American
affairs, but I'll vote for "lice trade"
anyway! . Ah. yes. as I was say
ing, wepa.ssedth.it dolorous custom
house. Oh! my purse! it had;
grown lean U'fore. and now it is all,
shriveled, starved and hungry.
How can I get something in it?!
Editors ought to know everything-
do tell rue.
Yes, we did. after hours waiting,
get through that custom house,
rat Iter it got through us. and here I
am in "Americay" again. Hurrah
tor our country ! I'll not draw any
comparisons now: I II complain ns
much as I please, btit won't let the
foreign devils" us the Chinese
profanely say. tiud fault.
In truth, (iod has been giKid to
me, and to us all, in our recent
journey. How much we owe Him
lor His daily blessing, and how- lit
tle we pay. Oh! for grace to live
uetrer lives, anil to honor our
Maker and Redeemer.
Hoping to see yon in a lew days.
I am. Yours, etc..
L. ('. Y.vss.
THE INNS OK ('(II RT. LONDON.
Passing through another great
archway, we enter a similar quad
rangle; and now through a narrow
: court we come upon an extensive
enclosure of beautiful trees and
u'io ' sward. Lofty iron fencing,
and i.iniiense open-work iron gates
".':!: square pillars, surmounted by
ti-aiitil gritlins with shields, shut
out all intruders. The iron is al
most rusted through by age. Here
reigns, supreme-, quiet aud rest ful
ness amid 4,000,000 of people. Lord
l raii'-is P.acon planted many of
those trees in the 17th century. The
(...rden was laid out in A. )., 1000.
P. icon. Lord Chancellor of England,
and one of the greatest men who
eve: lived, was the Treasurer of
", rayV Inn. tunl its most eminent
member. I lore he died.
"Whene'r through (! raj 's Inn porch I
s; ray .
I meet a spirit by the way;
I v. nrii beneath the ancient trees.
And ialk with him of mysteries;
!l" tells me truly what I am
I walk with mighty Yernlnm. "
The erulam buildings stand as
In-- memorial. As we pass along
(Iray's Inn Lane, w remember too
that those iU,be patriots Hampden
and P ::o lived here, while doing
valiant work in the English Parlia
ment. i-TAPI.K in
Passing across Holborn street,
enter suddenly through a dark
cati-v another beautilul IiMde preen
it, was a
voir newsp mh
naps with your t
news about, "pea;
lush:" ''Pise in preeiuus
-Magog; "a corner m
by t he Queen of Sheba !'
Shall we h-ol; dowi
lane from Fleet street .'
we are on the ite of
, era." A I-a l name, li
there, in mem
' Satan. In t'
old i.en .Inh! ; ;
as Dr. San..
Cheshire Chee- e.
houses mentioned above
Ccifiiiihil S. row!
n M.n'.o parts id
v.-spiipi r estab
lv News. ('..;
. I. P;;neh. Tt-le-d
in. , king ne s
) end! V.ii.i'
Jones County Items.
in.. i nil:
iitt:ni wo .
Mad::id. Oct. l.'j. The ofticiid 'r- yKanue Barker has opened an
in .i tt:' announces that the cholera 1 e"-'uK house in Trenton and he has
epiilemii: in Simin is at an end. also opened a meat market.
LoNDoX. :. 13. Catania has ."" farnlP" are taking advantage of
i, en visited by another hurricane. oU
....... ,,f,,- n.nf,,. jviug, james anJ
1 1 ii m i eri nas senr
b..' :i T..v.
ii : it came
II!!: ' ' 1 ov.'l'
h :, !'y oVi'
net of sullerers.
Oik-aco, Oct. P. Senator Pay
anl delivered art address on the
issues of the day in Lattery 1
armory. The vast burldinc was
. ' l.il .' , . - ....... ., ,.n..v t.CIC
J- WU tor the re- convicted at our last Superior Court for
resisting the town officer at Trenton
during last week and were lined
Our merchants are complaining of
dull sales. Hay that their sales are not
near so good as they were last season
' are using
.... -. l -, , . s. in;tn c., i.xju as tney were
ro ,oed, many ladies being present. Short crops and the neonl
Atter the address he reviewed the ' more economy I suppose are the causes.
levomnt! and Hendricks marching j I have been informed that the com
clubs of the city, several thousand niissioners have had the registration
strong, and was subsequently ten- books transcribed. Now it is the duty
dered a reception by the Iroquois 7,f ever-v vote 10 ee that his name is on
."M?e mat an are prop erJy registered.
r- c o
(leaned from our
teen foot snake that
on Thursday night
Newbern Avenn bv
Thomas, is on exhibition in oni
the show irulows of Messrs. A',",
ec P. S. Tucker vV Co's store.
The -o-e..; lif
last on Past
Mr. Hein v L.
Club and its ladies
Loxjjox. ()ct. V2. It is reported
that Gen. Lord Wolseley has sent
'to the. War Office despatches in
which he bitterly complains that
Ins advance has been paralyzed by
the, failure of the commissariat and
transport service. He says that
Hie railway to the fust cataract is
broken down, that the stores at
Every Democrat in Jones count.v huts
"hurrah for Dr. Cyrus Thompson." I
can't rind one that says he is not for
him. Thompson has a kind of magnet
ism about him that takes with our peo
ple una no mistake.
The Dt nncrats of Jonei have nom
iniiu il that prince of good fpl lows for
siientt. John L. 1'arker, who is worthy
vi uie support ot every good citizen in
Wady-IIalfa are madeouato. that ! the county. I suppose he. too. will be
the camel corps is w ithout camels ! around- always in good humor
and that the w,inin..- rif t,,':aa you will fmd in him, too, all that
s ...v.j -.i.vii.. ,n 11IC lubna ... 3
ai.o stia.ieib spot amid brick and Durham li,-p,r1-,-: There
mortar. This is an old Inn of cry for water all over ran- S:
i.i.iueeiy, euuuecieii wicn brny s well as several other Stales. V.d
P;:i. as is Parnard's Inn also, 'it ought to be a imnv dutiful people
w a- .lCe the property of dealers in and God's blessings would be mote
wool, or wool staples; hence its abundant. A 'couple of pick
name. These, like most of the pockets were arrested in Pa!ei.h
ii. ns. are now let out as offices and vesterdav. Let all
it-snh ntial chambers for all kinds
ol pi ofessional men.
A little farther on is this famous
Inn. dating from the time of James
I. Thet illustrious poet and dramat
ist, rare old Pen Johnson, worked
on These walls "with trowel in hand
who attend the
1'xposition keep an ei on his
money or some of these swindlers
will get it. and then the Ex. will
lose its charms.
Goldsboro .1V.v.sf niier: ."Messrs.
nail oc Pearsall, of Wilmington,
kindly offer a special premium ;t
ten dollars for the best bale of cut-
corps have been found to be in a
QrKF.Er, Oct. 13. The govern
ment has increased the reward for
the arrest and conviction of the authors-
of Saturday's outrage to
1,000. The police are at work
upon the clue obtained, and au ar
rest may be looked for before long.
It is thought the infernal machine
was j, laced in the building on Fri
day night. Four men were seen
hanging around in that vicinity
that night acting in a suspicious
San Fkancisco, Oct. 13 By
the arrival of the Oceanic to-day it
is learned that on September lo
Yokohama and Tokio were visited
by a terrible typhoon. In the latter
city 3.000 houses were wllolly or
partially destroyed and twenty per-
ai.u a noiace in ms pocKet." Are, ton raised m ayue county, oa-cx sous killed. The loss of life at sea
..iv in inn iuuii" mecnanics m nioition tic our coming fair. n
Newborn thus improving their busy others who may have the proeres's
hours? Our Merrimon, while he of Eastern Carolina at hear" are
plowed in Western North Carolina, earnestlv urged to follow Messrs
held his book in his hand; and we , Hall & ' Pear-sail's example. The
are proud of him now. as he adorns secretary should be notified of all
the bench of onr Supreme Court, special premiums, in order to give
Jr i?if wm- up, ewoern boys: them publication,
Mingle study- with your toils. And has a force of hand
you. who have tue great privilege j ging the foundation for" the
oi aueuuiug our nouie caaemy, oe ' ban-k building, on the
wise to improve your superior ad
vantages, and litt the beautiful
Dkak Jochnal: 1 promised to
tell voir something about these
'Inns," lor the delectation, if not
the information of our legal breth-
ren. I used to be very friendly
with "the remains" of .Mr. William
Phickstone, and often have won
dered, what are these Inns of
U alnut and James streets. It will
be constructed of brick and stone.
Wilmington Star: We examined
yesterday a map drawn by Alaj. W.
L. Young, to tie embraced in the
book he is preparing for publication
in reference to the "Semi-Tronic.d
( )bser. e now that grand oldTufIorlril,-- .ul,0,,, tlJ"t'!'l.ein orcl)
nua. u snov, s i no area oi tue
sugar beb, the gulf stream, the
suowless area, the mean tempera
tures of the various towns, the
counter currents, the area of great
black phosphate deposits, and give.-.
a graphic impression of the topo
graphical and climatic situation of
was appaling. No estimate could
be made of the number of lives lost.
The typhoon was followed on the
17th by another great force, but of
Camden, Oct. 13. As the West
Jersey Pailroad train was coins'
-Mr. Harding over tlie cross-switch at Third street
at work dig- this morning it ran into the train
from Puiliugton. Engineer Joseph
Carman of .Burlington was dragged
out from the ruins of his engine
Kim City up to her former high
name, as the Athens of Morth Caro
lina, by your worthy achievements
in high deeds of philanthropy,
science, learning, and Christian
Gateway; and that imposing Li
brary ilall. This Library is the
oldest in London, haying . been
founded in A. D. 14!7. The build
ing is modern, though in old Tudor
s!!o. Put look at the date on
yonder archway. It is Ki9o, cut
deeply in rock. Did any oue ever '
; me. Uasn t thorr.d ne gen-. Conrr how. if ()llr srovbeard..
Jemat, r.end stuck to h.s birth al-; h bar sagelv shake t hcr'sapienl
most 1,-erally for three days lie fcks Bt suc ;impll(,tv, It mtv l)(
mo. ALLEN & CO..
I1?,A1 .KMK I.N
MACHINKUV, A0KK I'LTlTtAI. IM PLOTS,
, . liL IIJU KS MA TKKI
insists ne was not sick, ana uan a
good time: bat a little bird told it,
that he sn.l to his wife. "I don't
understand this. I'm not sick, but
before I know it. it just comes up!"
AL! tli.it was it, and we did Hot
sp.'.re h;ui. Pu; hf is a capital
fellow, w- can talk about D. D.'s
and "s:ch" in this way at such
.lists, and he does not mind us a
bit, but uist l.iu'hsa. little as the
b s sa -on the wrong side of the
mouth." I was troubled very little
niselt: indeed had ji roved s0 good
a sailor heretofore, that I had
thought 1 might escape altogether.
Put though our sails rip, rain
falls, winds blow and keep us back,
the wavivs sweep ocr our deck, our
gallant ship shoves her way through
; he white caps westward. Logs at
a w a
Cemdnt, Waster . Hair. Paint, Oil. Varnish,
lutty. Glass. Etc.
Iiiiihii.' scene, a in
-un gilds the
iicU fin ive
an.l nil their
' Solicit Consignments
Which will told m:
,0T OT FAVOHA15T.I'
that some of the more recent im
portations to the fraternity, who
have in times still to memory near
In-en hugging dear Plackstone.
and sleeping aud dreaming with
musty Coke, like my friends. luioli.
Holland and Tull. rna hae been
puzzled like myself.
Let ns start this pleasant morn
ing from P.rook street, Holborn.
We cannot begin our si i oil without
being arrested by other things of
iJeepest interest. Just here -once
was a gate, known as Ilolboin Pars,
defending the city. Pusiness has
lung ago swept it awa. In this
house near us that genius, the poor
boy poet, Chatterton, at 17 years
of age, committed suicide, in de
spair at his inability to support
himself by his pen. Yonder, a
hundred yards away, is the famous
Mr. Mackonochie's advanced litual-
istic church, which is iii.ing a gooi
w. rk. I hear, among the lowes
i.t-vcs and vagabonds, w ho for
int-rU thioiiged this neighborhood
and doing this, notwithstanding
iiis abominable lonlerv witii robes
see more dmgv arches and stained h , . ULn
w all '. orsuch queer octagonal towers coming work. His ideas are cer
evervwhere! What stairways twist I ta,uI' lstrate.l in an unique and
up their highth! -Lincoln Inn's i ?,ovel wa-v alJ(1 wl." 'doubtless attract
Fields," are no waste grounds, but ' "ie :Uteutl'1 Northern people,
extensive and elegant lawn and ! Jhe !ua' W,H be lai)d.sonK-ly litho
p;.tk. like the enclosed grouuds of ffraPued-
Gray's Inn. Here in olden time AsheviTle 0'Jcch: The Peems
me I'liiory nourished: and here was creek bovs, Sam Ilemnhill. Sam
William Pussell beheaded. Ballard, Greg hiinibeis. jr.. Hardv
dead, li-is fireman was badlvhurt.
The lireman of the other train had
both legs broken and was badly
scalded, ami it is thought he cannot
live. The passengers were thrown
from their seats, and some were cut
by broken glass.
London, Oct. 13. The St.
Joiic'n Gazette has a new sensation
this evening. It prints statements
showing a degree of sloth, incom
petency, and favoritism on the part
of British officers in India which is
unparalleled. The Gazette says
that it has indisputable authority
lor saying that we are approaching
aciisis in comparison with which
the .Sepoy rebellion of 1S37 will be
commonplace. The principal dan-1
gers ar ise from the disloyalty of the I
.Mohammedans in Calcutta and I
citizen, aud if
elected win make a good officer.
Gen. Matt Ransom, who is loved and
respected by every coocU man ot all
parties, will address the pedple of Jones I
county at irenton on Thursday, the
liOth of October, on the issues that di
vide the parties. Let every one thet
can mane it convenient be at Trenton
on that day and listen to this eloquent
anu nooie iNortn Ciarolinian.
Our nominee for the House of Repre
sentatives. P. M. Pearsall, informs me
tat lie will open the county canvas
about the 21st of this month. I hope
every man in tne county will attend and
listen to him attentively, as he is a live
Democrat and will give no uncertain
sound, and should he be elected, will
make us a faithful and honest represen
tative ana win oe watchful of the needs
and wishes of his constituents.
Dr. OriKsom says that Dr. York has
not the qualifications for the Governor's
jhair and Dr. Grissom says further that
he does not think that his qualifications
or uisi antecedents are such aa to entitle
him to the support even of Republicans.
Well if he is not fit for the Governor's
chair, according to Dr. York's own tes
timony at Trenton -he is a mighty man
on the stump. Any man that can meet
scales, Jarvis, V ance, Coke and Mote
head,someof the best stump, speakers
in the State, and run them all borne and
have an open field to himself certainly
must possess some mighty qualifications.
Here is a genuine case of dostors differ
ing and when doctors differ who is to
decide.'' Why the people will decide
witn drissom in .November
Our Superior court convened last
week. Judge Avery presiding. There
were many casea disposed of on the
criminal docket, among which were the
tollowing: talis Kd wards, convicted
oi larceny, ten years to tne penitentiary
5tJ r -r- .
No other ompIlati &r o
attack M thoe alTeoltot th tli rru .
noD no trifled with by thfthajpt'
en. tnte.OrdiairT tovStieoUl
perbapi fioiiX trifling ar- oneoni.
poenre, ii oftea Vtit the beginning oi
tiekoeM, Arcs' CaniT Pctok
veM proven it efflcBoy ta a forty y
with throat aftd lungtUaeBMe. and
Uken in all eases wltliout delay.
: A XsTMbU Cwb1 Ci,i.
"J lMJJ took acvreoli1, wl.i. I
my lonpa. I had a terrUilooougU. ...,
nielli, aiter aigbtwitiiont aloi. 'li..i
pavem nr. I tried Avm Cm
WUAL, which- nllered my Jaifr, u
aieep. and afforded me ti. net hp- .
for the reooeery of ttiy atreneili. i
ontinoed uae of Mi rciToiuL a r
uenteure wa e0eete4. I am now f . v
old, hale and hearty, and am aiuiiiiuJ ..
OlucKjtV; fCTOKAl, anved me. .
lUSekWghate, Tfc, July 15, Imu.
Crolip.-A Mollur! Trll.nl...
WhIle ta the country liint winter n v l .
boy, tliree year old, wan takvn illii.
K eMniM as If he would die from .,,.,.,
latloavi One ofthe family aiwiroi.st u... ...
ol Ak.k i CBKKr,i'KiTonL. a 1
"Which, WVW always kept In the Jkm..-.
""a tried livvnuJl and friii.nt ci.
tooutdelisht in leas tlian liaii an l......
little patient was brrailiin? ni-ilv. In,
tor ewihl hat the Ciikkh 1'i.'toki i .
area ury darllii's life. C an von sw... r
OttT fc-ratinaderl. lawry youri,
. ' - Wks. Kmma Cri.v, '
im Weat 138th Sfe; Kew Vork, A.m, i... .
- I haw ttd Arm's Chcrrt Pr.-r-.
in ray family for eereral year, and do i
hesitate Aa jHtmoasee it the mom ..ti. .-i.
remedy lur coughs auu eol.l we ht
ft si ; :; - a. i.( km
ike Crystal, Mlna., March li, Jfei
" I rfnff ered for eljrttt yean f rom T( ron 1 , i i
and after trying many remcdlne with no -oees,
I was cured by the uae of A vra'a cm n-
Byhalla, Miss, April 6, 1st.,
" I" cannot sy eiouHM praire of Arrn's
CmcBKT PscxoKAa. YehVTlns as I'de II. at
but for its nse I should long sfiice Inn i..-d
from lung tmabkee. ' ' E. rtiiAXooN." .
Faletie? JeMvAfiril J2, lttkt .-.'..
Ko ease of an affeotion of the throat or .
longs exists wUch eannot be greatly relieved
by the ase Of Arxat Oimf Fectoral.
and it will otaoy eur wlien tlie dlaease
not already beyoad Ha control of mcdlclue7
i ; . Hwint-ss -Dp.J.
: ( -n" Sold by all DruteUts. -
. ....., -
A T T O R N 5 Y t A T - f . A V .
Pnastioes inhef!nnntlMof Dnniln T.o..l
Craven, Jones and Onslow.'
i-onection-or uialros a opeelalty.
Corresporuieroe solicited. a.ar'iwfi't
' P, H. PELLETItr.r
Will practice In the OmnUefikrl.
OnsKrw and Cravea.
RniWllLl tttlaflHAn . w turn I .
voiai uuj, uoioreu, larceny, niteen ciauna, ana setuing awteA of deof.
years in penitentiary. James Harrison. -. ' ,; -.ft
colored, larceny, convicted: iudement
suspend ea. inarres tsagly, concealed
weapons, convicted. G. H.- Brown,
guilty of an affray. Nathan Huggins,
convicted of moving crops. Providence
Bryan, A. and B. deadly weapon; 12'
monens imprisonment in county jgil.
Margaret Moore, colored, larceny and
housebreaking; judgment suspended.
Diamor Simmons, colored, A. and B
convicted. Mary Smith apd Jas. Jones,
co.orea, convicted; jucgment suu-i
Oflkse on Middle strewt. ower Miss k'i
rftway-s MUllnery Btore opposite
Oiinrch. ,. - .' v , i
Tela Tears Practical Xajpwf
IT i "' nMMilil'm luiiA i,m .
Attends all the courts held at N W.
Officer ad Brother, of LenoLodgeL',
Ao. 471, Knights of Honor, Kinston,
N. C :
iir John Soane's Museum, anil ihe Chamber.-
Musi-um or the Hoyal College of'Sur- Kelly ami IIi.l
j,'r(ins. arc both situateil opposite to their excellen;
I his 1'ielil. In the former are many went to Cr.ic
i l Hoi.-u-th's famous cartoons, and hunt for a 1
in the latter the valuable anatomical about 1'or.r ho
I'.'lh-ctioTi of the preat ihycieian the run.'" le.ir
ainl aiiatuniist. .John Hunter, made hi:n ta
Tlii-i'i- n the beautiful chapel also. Chambers fired a el
which lii'Ionps to Lincoln's Inn, and which bioii'ht linn
was imilr liy liiijrij Jones, the
.-killed architect of his day. All
these law school- have their
cl. :;-i l-. Law inns le united with
it-li::iii. 'isely ihe poveinniciir
v. ould not tram any one in human
).-. without laying beside it. and
on the conscience, the Divine, as
the basis aud life of all j u.-ticc. If
a lawyer would be truly preat, he
i..'.i-t be pervaded with an inner
he, ut know led pc of the truth.
tn-f rfyiup: and elevating all his
ept ions and all his cfl'oi ts. all
- motive-, and all his aims. He
'en. by d; : lie. pr;ice. be pood.
. hard to walk thronah I.on-
o line t hmu oiilv. Hut I
Mutoii Kever. John
;b rt Chambers, took
ack ( f ten d-ips and
ii lev,- da s a -.o f .
. After ii h'. it of
Ciey pot one -on
m t he faithful flops
a' to a tree. Crcp
larpe into him.
to the pronml;
lie then pave him the benefit of an
other, both of which oniy wounded
him. The bear arose, caupiit one
of the dops in his embrace, and just
as he was about to pive the fatal
hup. Grep ran up am! caupht bin;
by the ears and held bun until
Milton Kever eoiild cur his throat.
J I'0"ITI tVOsKV
llombay and the llussiau invasion
which is always threatened bv wav i ul)on -vour committee devolves the
fd Afphanistaii. The Gazette'prom-, md and Pfl duty of announcing the
v; ... ...in-i t ii t .i ; permanent absence from our convoca-
V.ses to jiubllsh still more starthnp , tloU3 of OUr worthy and beloved bro-
ie-. euuiuns in wnicn rue oppres
sions of tiie natives of India bv tax
UtUKl tatf s Go lu cot mianer.
Sect. 18th. lfK ,
, L. J. MoOBB.
ther. Alex ander Nicol, whoso earthly
ties with family and friends were sev-
f.nuiei s and collectors will be sliown er?d, nd whose cares and labors in
;ts the crimes of
m as had a lip lit
Wasiiixu ii:., Oct. 2.!. The
Secretary of ihe Tavv has issued
this peiicia! order:
licieox established for an advanced
cour.-e of professional study for
naval oiiiceis. to be known as the
Naval War College. It will be
under' the peueral supervision of
the iluieau of Xavipation. The
principal building 0n Coasters'
Harbor Island. Newport, JL I., will
oe as-ipned to, its use. A course
oi instruct mn embracing the higher
liranclies of professional studv will
... III'M. 1 hi
tiiis world were ended, by his sudden
and unexpected demise, at his resi-
! dence, on the 6th inst., in the Gist year
of hie age.
i A native of Scotland, he located in
..lino. , , l n-iuwuu wueii a youDg man, oecominj
being always prompt, punctual, honest
and agreeable, ready and willing at all
times to perform every duty incumbent
on mm. possessing a generous soul and
a sympathetic heart, he soon won, and
ban ever held, the confidence and es
teem of the community. Iiis, in a
great measure, was the modest, unob
Lrusive worth of the quiet citizen. To
know his intrinsic worth required to be
his intimate, personal friend, for he
made no parade of his greatness; yet so
normal was it in his nature, that he
ATTORNEYS 'AT L4T7V
New Berne. K.. ?, . ,;
Wl 1 1 practise in th Courts of Carteret, m. .
ven Ureene, Hyde. Jonea, Lenoir. OnaloW ',
and l'ftinllcooouotlos. '
Also In the BupremeOoorta Ralelab and , .
the United -States Oonru at Nsw Jerue and "
Italelgh. '.'- . ..
-Collecting a specialty. apfitfwtf
PKOKOE V. 8TRO0,
LH' ii ri aiiiiC't UN" il OOard. COllSlstinff could be nowhpr. anrl art in nn anlmra
ol a.l the members of the faculty,
and including the President of the
college, who will be the presiding
oilieer of t he bo.ii d. The course of
iustrur! ;-)!i w ill be uj ion to all oliicers
above ihe grade of naval cadet.
Coiniuo-.h.ie S. V. Luce has been
DXHIII. K. MCRRT, , .
Kinstuu, M. a '
STRONG & PERRT, ' i
KiNSTOr. . .
I TTtlll I'PV t' I Mr nnltttsinf t aaftaaa
fli lUft.iHl is a.lL tULIiilLLLUUJ. IE. l!H
Having rormed a oo partnership for i
practice of the law In Jones aoanty, will r -lurly
attend UienourUor the aalusk JT-.li)
attention paid to oolleotlons. ' , ,
muyl2-dwtf STIUINQ t'ERBT.
run.. houab, jr. OWM-cr; avntfC
HOLLAND & GUION,-
Attorneys t' JUny''i'
j Office on Craven St., two doorsabOY Fetlock
win pmruce in tne uoimiiea or craTem
Insurance Agents lur Fire
i -. r
a iia, aTaMa
ajai tiiu mm
aeesplety eluai Uw a4o.xJ in tu m:.r,- sy.:. n m ilir- ainth
will aaka I rill aawri Qih: f.-nm I ti- I 1 --k .. m., 1- r-.-.r,-.l lo
a tag a t ihi-. r.r rn-.: l ospum ik i-iii. n..
i Utens ar tt in r.r. aaJ Kl H .Iiku-i. Sol.l nrrti
i mf asall for La Muapa. ClrruLi- r . i , . i:.- , i .
it n m
.Cotton Gins :
4t WfMaip, Vt a I
Th Doaa Cotton
; Cflm AT THK J U I
of ihe r.nnCi.it "ft!, ir v-i..r livrr-,-
1 ' " ,: "" tha-vt-s and vagabonds, uhof,.-.. I " ' ept ions and all his ellorts, all vi.lins ice waur at ,vi-rv d-...r "in'tiie
I (.'ottiMl. Rift'. I'JC. i:i'.i:M.. ;n, rl thronged this m-ighbor hood: !'"- mo'ives. and all Iiis aims. He builiiiuf:-..
i il m t i ; -i ! H ( 'i -. , ; ; , i lt-: 1
trip i ) tlu- bv' S;-ito i ".x : -iti'.-n . 'i"ii--v
a 1 V 1 f Wm - :i T-t T i . i . i v . i - . i i ,,... 1 i . . . T . - I .
' i ' ' . . - i , . : . . ' ... i ... . . . . n. t . , i . . i i i ii.iiii m' 1 1 1 1 v i 1 1 1 i ' i . ' 1 1 .i - ,. i r
... . . . . . . ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 , in.. ' ii " . t ' ' ill ill. i . i . i-(.- iia-.i RMilt'l" l 1 dlU'Iiii. " 1 1 ( ' i r "" "
I I-. KM'-. :' ,: ' : - t.ib-i.: Sepulrlire"s rlaireii. i,,;e ( ' - - - 1 ' 1 1 ' n l e tiling only. I.lit t This week th- ciorc-d peoj.lo h -i.I ;
' i ' ':' a i'-p.vi: i.-ei: .1 , , ;; s , : t h. I. ai nder , I .1 , i m.'-t o u ,, . " - 1 1 1 ' ' 1 tne.r lair msi.ie t(- Kxp..-if.-n -r-i:;..!-. '-"-m ';-.". i . i . J. lie a n nouuee-
" :it , t ;: ,- .aid - , . unbailed. ::d that "n TlIK TKMl'l.I. Next wf.,.k i,-.c Ariea.rMnd r- -; merit tmi! the Irish Nationalists
III. Lit.' Pnliri.- Vc'1'' ; 't- ..Il ImiMi.ig .-the ve.i-.bh- New ., ,-,n,pr,sestwoInnsof"o,n-t. v-mn-;: " '" !-'" e aooiit t , , impure Insh-Ainen-
:: .I,,kr-i:.:.;.,:,.-h:,M. .. ; a.ei and Middle, and five Inns C the -st aul v; ! N,.rt:..n, n.-n ' caused an unex-
L . -- -! ' t . ' 1 . ' - aii l : : ' I ' Tin- Temple is on - i ; , 't i ' ' 11 "r""
jff 1 1 ' hi'. . . :. ; ::i ;. : r , , . ' , -, ,, .. , ,. . .m- k.i-a t . J. 1. 1 , ng m ce . . .'i - t o tieu 1 1 an e t he cllcct
O I : :..": I -..:...: M-i, g:...,- Jj I:,-,' ; ' N : x .' . . , . , , : ;, , ( I 1. 1' I '.T S i K Kl'.i, "1" vi- ,,..,:...;., , -,; ,:t eloouencc. They
:- : : . H- . : a':.- d .-.i n C , ' ) ;,, ; j',. v .' ' a'::' 1 i'. 'i i :.'-'k'.-: !' ' ' w" '""'side .' i'.'r.iast ','r l' ni ill-1' A J-'i-k:': '': v'-A '' '--.oa ' ' " !ie;l' 1 ":5 t" Irilil:icu who are
: . .- -. k ; i,.- : .. vt-, . . i;.,-' j-o' x .... .' ' ' '" lit if V. l nn gih ni -treet .ii-play. an.i tho in uaai "i: a ": nn. k . a com ; n g from Amelica. 'J'heV have
iu. , , -. .. .:!:. . . 1,-ri-.-' w " -. '., , ' 1 - I 'ci-t. d:d not famous or in- m-i...w .-yprv-.. tr--.- w:.i. n i- ut-.i by procured Hum Certain cities in the
- ' a ' - -Ti:.- ' "Y,V ti 'i ' ! "''' l'lis.m -t.md.' --.iuitU- ..-shi:..t a- an . Hi -. Pinied State- authenticated re-
h":; ' - i'" ' b r. ::V n.'- - .tra: ,1 -Vb.ve Vu ih'W l;"A bn ' "lr aa" "X n'"'-',' .'ni "fau" a!- ' ' - --I'-'ie'lb-eches made by
; ' : '' .:.! i...-, j s,,-;,! ,,; ,ig i : :i t o pi ie.a . Heiiee came out er,,atr ,.,., p. ;t , j ,.; -t !: a ; hl. AiexaU'lcf Mihivan. t he late 'i'esi-
... . . . . ,. . . . . . , . . l; id ; : H ! i ' 'i 1 ti i Lro t o f he i i'n 1U1. -.. i, i -, ., ,. . . . ... i en : i .1 I ,e 1 i -. i I -i o-n 1 1 i : ;
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BE HENS LAY ;-;i,-;.;vi-:llili:BI
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' i.i' - .. ..ia,-inaei fe aa!,.-- -lae'M.bff. a.-.ei-iuaA a,ai e'a-aaiiu .a the 1 "h;a-b -o..-aa.; aa ;e-aa;-. : ;;,,: "; ' x'." :r: ;VaV;'r":;,J:;::l;NU" a r'"rr' y
rre. r.'ik,n.' ShiuL-lc M.chinerv : a' a " V ' ", X ' 1 V. : ' '.' i. ' 1 " ' " ,. ..' .'." : ' ' V ! '.nal ...t Then ,l,e.v are ,.,-.- rrir.e ,;, ., s- ;tuti.,,W!;h ,;:l(i;.r,. 11 i.l.ov'i.f .h'l--ed iaal,:,-,.::,,;:
' - . .... . .. ... - . iiia. 1 a- e ,., e a.: ne .11 , a , , 01 me ni'lii ihe eis not a hie j ..ere have been Son all -t ri.a- at r'"! 1 " " 1 ; 11 1 1 -v '
, ;"" . l"-'' i'"d lbabeia ,:i the ;a literature where Dr. .lohnson. ft:. f!,re. i- .::.! , ;. a- lb aial.-a V mob 'here tore J. W. Cor.r.r-.
. .- : a ...r--a y' m:;,s; ""w ' n,:!l ,,i:v,-,-;,,l,lsi,li)t', aud r:?'" sl? "nrcclm: i-,1 P..!.,;, p.;.- up f!,e suv-t 'pavement and at t"' m".' S'' '
-I l.K l'bii 1 -'-Vaa 1 a.M le el t h ;s grea t naa o, ., ,1:-. A . ;aa nat and ate. and lioywcll best. Tin- a- ev.i aa.;A.-er taeke.iihi) p.ila-e with the stones. Kinston. N. ( ( 1 14. issi.
-a-. -'i'-' ' ' "a-i.ie , , . . , e - i oi n is 111 ;t gn i nee u i oi og. makes -goon ,..r annaia -a- aan- Tne erahtarv was called out and
A. 6. Hi DS0. A-'r-r ' "-:"'"- "..y ol r..v lr.:.. W -Maa .a a :i: .;. .: the great lexicographer, i ng L'.l't 'O. a n . I ",e a 1, m a-, i .-a.-iiil. several persons were wohihIp.1 on .
liHMTION imt-F nkw 1 ! 1 ' r N S , -- .:-:,- ,:.i-,,::r ju.'- l.ol.ow mju mi. . .-ir-.t.-.l bb-i-t --ieet l- the great newspaper This include i . id ge and ' .cotivc. both idAsfnmcrous attacks were I
i.i.v j. r. . r. w IW.i.n. . . I r a--. -. aai.. f'!t bui.dlllgs. -a:'., aa!.- -a.i,.-. - '. It seemed to me that ill- COUStl'lllTtlon. im-idf "" -a. 1 88
Jimea, onitiow. Carteret, Famllooand iiepoir "" i
I'rompt attention paid to oollaetlooav r
apri-dwlr. '.-('l' t '
but it would crop out all along the path
way ot ins ten.
He was raised to full membership in
our Oror on the20th of February, A.D.
lv7s. aud at the very meeting at which
he arrived at maturity aa a Knight of
If aior he was elected Reporter of our
Le.lg'e. w hieli office he continuously
held, with honor to himself and entire
sati-iaetinn to tlie brotherhood, up to win practice In theConrtsof CraTen. Jonea,
the time of his death. In consideration OnHnw, Caru-ret, Pmnllco, Lenoir and Hr4e. ;
M. StMMO.tB, CUimit BtAVt.. -tl ,' .
SIMMONS & MANLI.1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW," .-.
fm "K MeaVfttfltf 1 ttaMfis, W teuoio l iHJain, "nuc i tJ '-Nli
ft ( Ti liwn m flk-t f vm o m
trv tMMM 9m eWMrXlM r.aft4ltN
4htaf m ff Hi mill tAia mmm
L w cnu Ptw.
4ek. I a kW fall to eWft f
W--F. Eornegay & Co
of luotracted services as Keiorter, he
was made Past Dictator, by special Act
of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina,
at it-third annual session, held in Ash
ville. N. ('., in August, 1BS0. and. being
elected by I.enoir Lodge, No. 471, lie
served as Representative in the Grand
Lodge at its ioui th annual session, held
Raleigh. N. C. in August, ISM.
eali ni- to promote the interests of Ihe
Order, in its mission of philanthropy,
the faithful labors, untiring energy aud
inn; devotion to its principles of our
worthy brother, whose loss we so much
a. Tar. have enriched and accelei ated
in- onward progress to its present mag
nitude and importance: and . al though
uoeeuM not dispense with his services
the Reporter's disk, that he might
iass Ihe higher chairs in our ivorlge. to
'. ! 1 1 e i i iie was entitled . we are now con-
ir.iira-l t- how with reverential
ni s: a !" td.it (1 ispensaliori of the Su
i'i ne- Ihetator ot ihe univer-e which
n. a ! vacant his wonted s4-.1t and
t'.-vei- Inched las (amiiiar v,.iee. Un!
li.oagh the moving ii).. the Hashing eye.
t !.- i!.,i:,!y form si. a ! 1 no m. .re g 1 a.-,- on r
-a ;a : a a : y . 1 i,g w ill memory cat cli with
pi.-.nogr..pliie a. -curacy i;;.. n itsvil.ra-t-
ry de l.- the s. und " ;u of la-I. r i-nt
a-. I.-ran. e.-. '. h. .-p w ele. mie e. h.,( ! a . a k
I : v oi 1 an hi?., rts to ,la . 1 11 1 1
-aai . -iia: e-t.-. 1 : opinion, n .ev hi.- ha.-
e 1 memory silence iiery unkind
-uh hie every discordant t hough I
n-i -pan evt rv baaie u ah the ram
una In th
Federal Court at New iie ma
DR. J. D. CLAR
OfR.-e on Craven street, betweea poUook ' J
aiel llrnad. MpTV-d&lrlf ' ' 'i (-
JfiRSES reduokdJ :
BEKGHER I ENGEL
New Berne, N. C. , v;r .
'Are Agents for the f
Talbott &. Son. Richmond
Knjf t.-. !'
Wttertown Strim En
Thi- i r took prrmnims at ttl C .
I. nnial Inhibition ut Philadelphia M4
ition. KeepB better than
- o: her 1 11 w arm
.nl.- brand nhorevor known.
1 -..! in kegs or cratea.
limatne, and ia ,th
- . 9. 1'iompt attentat
It you would have appetite, fli h T rU,
lorrstrength, and, igotako Aje'1?"
rsaparilla, wriierr--iU -confer "'C
:. j. simmons, i;
COTTON BROKER aud
o,,,,,,!!,. nvrniv KiciiAITOC 1