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IXDEPEXDPXT IiST ALL TtTTsOS.
Terma $B.QO 3Eor" V
X I : V BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, X. C, DECEMBER IK 1884.
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w. m t t- 1TRX OVER t -ur Attornoy
l' K n LLKl TIoX.
Kin-ton. November, ISSt.
GARDNER & GLENM
MAHTTFACTTTRKRS AND DFALiRS IN
Open and Top Buggies,
ROCKAVAYS AND PHAETONS,
Farm ami Spring Wairons, (arts, Truck-.
Drays, Harness, Halters, Collars, Harnes, Etc.
IJroad Mrrt, ji m -.it -Vlx. .W tlli-i',f .
ry RKPAlKIN'. IN A LI. ITS bT.AM Hi-;.. NKiTLY ilXiK I'TI.D.
IV! 1 A CALL yl d&w
I AU No'.V i i'KPARKP- To
tha ("a . T - How.-.j on ;L. Most Favorable Torir.s.
Bt "i iL'l Ti t furuif J ' -y cust.
f I wui :, t Sed Cotton end v Highest Prio th
I ;!'. rT th- Highest Market Price or Cotton Seed c i Eice.
I am :o pr-rr..i to k-t r .!! bi -o-.ton at th I.": Ur. k-rjf. nd
oii-it . d gru: c ' o-.c Rcforercfs given when '.If sirt?d.
V inu 1 i !iii 1 'on 1. ir P. 0' I , t :- : i .'. .u. I ir. r
I tBJ 'Ajfi-' ' r the Cf'ebn'fii
OTflCF.ONB DCOH NORTH
ALP II El
OF OUR UNEQUAlED STYLES OF
Fall and Winter CLOTHING
" JTox 3Xon and 15oys.
PRICES REDUCED To M IT THE TIMES.
Srry iuyT. wh- r. L '. . ir.-' .
ClDtluni;, Unix i-
or i a nj uia.
hmt ttn o Lfcl! J ' 'h: ' " " .
Saita of CUjChimfnim $J iX) u $"J
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Lad mm' tchi 0al' Trjni r. '. ' i .' . .
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W.luii Full Li a- fa-"-
Ool tin of Or -01 : :f
Bar. Youth U 1 'hii 1 r-i.
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Offer tad CotT - 1'
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l..runl an.l PAY I P.
u.. at Cost-
OF COTTON EXCIfANGE.
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.l.iii. .1. T. Fiiihiynin, .1. K. (i;iy, W.
I'.. N.u th. W. T. ( 'utchui.
f-n-sti.in w.ia t.iken up. viz.:
A r ail the prea-'nTss bhimeit'ss Hi
. .in.l I'fi'n-i.ii it. lni:ni.tnti'uT Tho
. .. i-r . i( t ( h arl"t t.'. F.tyf rtevilU-,
WilmsrikTr'ti. New H.-i i.e. NVarri-n-j
'. 'ii in . 1 V .uii : :i . -i . i t nets pusscd
: tn t'X.i in : n at :. 'ii . t vb .tractor.
lixiii mo' ti i: I). K. Pruton. tin
l'.,h.ip was i jut-.t'd t.i apint J.'
M. Illioilt's in rhrtrjjo ot (Yntral Itv 1
' : : ' u r c n t I . i r t U 1 1 ' n .
Th.' i . 'in ui i t r .-. tn minn ii.it'" it
i-' 'iii ii. i 'ot on tl'." i!ii-i'ii hi the
' iiiiiirt'iu r i i e'ii tod tlii- tn1 ! i w i n':
.!. P.. M -rtiii, H. T. l'r,tv, V. A.
.iar;w .1 S. C'arr. .1. H. Pt'jrr.ini.
.1. 1. ri-nr. Cr. W. Ivey. ,1. Ii.
( '..nr:ellcs , T. .1. t i ft 1 1 is. C. (' . i 'lit-
irmiitTv. .1. ('. H,trtsell. .1. S. Ma;
tin. P.. i Phillips. Y. K. Ardn- .
C. M lVpp.T. P. 15. (iibson, C. M '
(,v!.tr. NY- M. Park.T. L. S. Burk-
h. Mil. N A. L,trdeu, J. li. Bnx.ks,
K. A. Thorne. T. P. Hicaud, t'ha.s.
1. t: ham .
I. P.. ( 'arpontor. Statistical Stc-
ti't.in, prest'ti'vd the following re-
No ( i;n I..-i.
I. I'r.-.iche- 2-40.
Write T4.-S-S 2 C..J
C.iiort 1 is.- Cl
Iwt pt iid
Infant. . 2 .74 1 'j
Aiiultfl . 3 21'.. 1U
NumU r. "A" S J .
Trai-luT """' 4C9
S. i , Urs L'2'3 . 3.-7
v .ui:. s in
Ijrarwa 21" 4ol . - !.9j
brarusj fclJ.G'-? SS'.O
P.. ree- --
N -iii.N - 2
Vl-.. - . ti:!."j f741 .
Nm-.iwr. - SIS 17,
Va'iu- i9Z3 $52 779
sanest ion .U w.i.s tiikcn up. NYliere!
shall the ne; Conference lv held!
T. H. Ptr.u.; mnniuatpd Winston; j
P. NY. (iuttiru- Lioni inatod Clmrlottt-,
a ;d ('. arlottc was uu u I Diuusly ac
Ct .'tf I. I
li,.'iport of the committee to I
. Lxain;nr the District Conference i
p.ciir s was prrsentod by T. J.'
(i.itti-. cli.iirii.au, which w :
I; was ordered thnt lUu'clok to
. morrow lie the hour for the report :
-'I ;l.e Trustee of Tn t, ity College.
I .1. Ilol.li i. ctiHirman ot' the;
c .iir.u'iv on i looks .-i:d Perioxli-'
r.ils, prestii'id '.tie report recom
mi initii due attention to be jriven ,
'.'the literature of the NTashville ,
Publication House, and that this'
lit.-ratii v N d is.-, inina'i 1 atiioug 1
hep.-oplt-; also, to the circulation'
of the Kaleifrh ChristLau Advocate,
ami reijuested tho Bishop to ft
Himt Mesrs. NY. S. Black and
I.. I-ieid as editorx of this paper.
Cpon motion of L. S. Burkheitd,
;t was ordered that the report be'
ot.-d upon b ."ections.
T,".e r-p..rt was adopted in sec ;
'I His ,111,1 .Is , Ulinlc.
. S. p.iiie pr. . !,;,! 1 the report i
nil reiup'ram e, w hi. h watt adopted, i
1"hiii motion of I.. NY. Crawford,
I P. Hiriiss was substituted for,
''. ('. Il."l.ri, ileceaseil. on the
' '. 'tr. m 1 1 ' ee of 'he Fourth Year.
N". A. Snarpe Mesente.l 'he re
p.- : t in- t.'n .r. h Fx; elision Hoard,
w I:-,.-:, w is t , 1' 1 1 1 ' fi 1 . Tm- repo: t
s'a'.-d r 1 1 .i ' jf.V,'Jl i ha.s . h -n i.tised; 1
). ' i a 1 ' "I ' h is has bt'.'li si'iit to t he
1 ' , rvii t H- Mil! ; ami t lift t help was
. ' 'i iron: ' he reinainiii halt to t be
!;!.. d;i. 4 ! t w el e church bu 1,1 v. '
v . I: i :i the 1m Hill (Is of the No t'.i '
i -1 ;. a .inference. i
l.t Pi. .11 'p.s. ( h uraian ot the
:.: l;.'..r l o! Fin. line, pre-elited
':.. .t ' ie P." ird. w!im-!i wa
..! p. .!. p r. -ported 1 ,7J.i.40
r . . 1 : t .- ' I i.-lmp'-. al..r;
.- s.:; , r.n.i
t. r tl..
i-.t p; i-.li li.Ts.
! ;he '"liter
A W. NV.Nor.
w i -oi.-r. .1 :: s !.,-:. uu. 1 Hi,
. . !. s,. to ri.ee at
'; ' ' - : ' P'i-'-i'
: c .., ,. .. . r e
1 - ,s . .0 1 -, :. eli.ei.ts I. 1 1 ,
.- :. .1 r :. mad..
' :.g -idclcc i.c
;s .1.:.. 'litne.i
1 ' i -
: . 1 1. c, :. b,-: I .
1 . 1 ,- - a order ,f
; .. . .1. 11 NV:.e.-!-r ;a
' . 1 - -1 ; - . w ere en .dv.cte.i
- 10--. s. 1 . S. p.,;; k'.ead and 11. H.
M 1. N'..'. ! ...i .- 11 , ii,..,r .:
. .1 '..-s 1. I 1. -.is, :;. u i: . had di. d
. .- m- ;:. I N . Cle r.-ad
.!. i! ' ( : . o,d .1. I . Bag
.. .. i 1 11' .IM. who W Is 4
: . . . ( '.:'.-:.-:.. c.
1 . . e ti-j I 1 . ! tin- committee W iiS
.ol- ' 1 ' .
.1. i;. Bp'ok present i a res, !u
: ...ii. s; ;, h:in -.-li, U. . Bur
ton and L. S. 1 lurk head. 1 mcerning
the death of Bishops Ivavaiiaugh
and Pierce. This was adopted.
A. T. tiibbs presented the rt
of the com nut tee oil the S,.u!htrn
hmrti'riy iiiic, which wa
Upon motion of Ki F
the Conference adjoin i.t-il, wit! ' '.e
benediction by llev. Y. A. Sliarie.
TrKsT'AY. Ibccmber I'd.
'Tiio ( 'on t ere nee wis called to
order at 'J o clock: Bishop Paikei in
Religious eXisvises were con
ducted by Ki'V. .1. NY. Lewis.
Mn itcs ot" t'v last 1 . nine's
1 session read and approved.
(Question P.I. NYhat (ircachers
have died duririfr the year T An
swer C. C. Dodson and Jesse 11.
N . M. Kobey. from the Board of
Fdncatnm, iireseiited report No. 1
01' the Board relating ti Greensboro
Female College; also, report Xo.
relating to Central Female Iusti
' tnte; also, report No. .', rel.ilnifi to
Jonesboro High School. All ot
1 which were adopted.
; B. B. Cnlbrefh, of the . inmittee
on Church Property, proseired the
report of that committee and it wa
I'pon motion of J. K. Mann, it
was ordered that the Lci-uest oft he
late Mrs. Sarah Steele, ot Iredell
coiin'y, be turned over to t he Board
of Trustees of Trinity College, to
be invested in the same manner as
that of the late Dr. Siddcll. of C.is
J. K. Mann, from the Board ot
Trustees, presented a plan for the
endowment of Trinity College, and
this was adopted; also, a proposi
tion from J. S. Cut, .1. A. Gra and
,1. NY. Alspangh to take charge of
Trinity College and put it upon a
flrni footing, as far as possible.
The Secretary was requested to
notify these gentlemen of the ac
ceptance of their proposition.
Treasurer of the Centenary Fund ,
reported that there had been con
tributed for educational and local
purposes and lor missions, etc.. as
centenary offerings 79.0',o. 10.
This report was adopted.
J. J. Kenn, Secretary of the S. S.
Board, presented the report of the
Board which w as adopted.
I'pon motion of L. NY. Crawford.
M. L. Wood and NY. M. liobey, and
J. B. Connellly were appointed a
N'isiting Committee for Greensboro
Female College. .
Heport of the committee on the'
Publication of Minutes was pre
sented aud adopted.
T. NY. Guthrie moved that L. L.
N'ash be substituted lor Y. A.
Suarpe on the committee on Divis
ion ol the Conference.
NY. M. liobey presented report
No. 4, of the Board of education,
relating to Trinity College, and it
w as adopted.
L. NY. Crawford presented a res
olution of thank to P. NY. Bain foi
his efficiency as Secretarv and in
the publication of the minutes, ..ml
it was adopte.l.
NY. II. Bobbitt presented resolu
lions of thanks to Bishop Parkei
for the pleasure that his isit had
giveu to the Coiiteiefce and com
munity, which w.is heartily
P. C- Phillips presented the re
;Hiit of the Joint Po.udot Fiiince.
which was adopt, d.
L. NY. Craw lord presented reso
lutions of thanks to the citizens for
their hospitality in entertaining the
1 1 was ai'oi
a standing vote.
J. II. Cordon presented a resolu
tion of thanks to the various city
churches for their courtesies, and it
was adopted. 1
Minutes of the morning session
were read and approved.
The Conference sang a hym and
NY. M. Kobey led in pray "f.
The Bishop made a very pleasant
and encouraging talk preparatory
to the reading o tho appointments.
A ppoininirntf ,
P.ii. nun LKstiii t
N I). II. W.l.-on. Pr.M or..- Fll. r.
ital. lgh L lei.t Ti -'.r-.-f-:. NV. 1'. N r-
K il.-iU Ier. 11 sir- i-;. NN' I.. i'',:n
Dink'Hiin. Brooklyn an. 1 Ma.-e.l. 1:1a in :s.-i. m--T. .
be supplieil by J. T. Butt.
r.y cir-uit- J. B. B ! b . 1 1
H 'ir-v 1 lie cireu ; t -.1 I1 l'-;-n
Mnitli livKl circuit 1 1 o. i.-I Miy.
I 'lay t- .11 circuit A . K W 1 i.-y ,
Tar Kiver ci."-uil .1 K. ill1 r.-.
Youiist ille circuit B I Allr
IO'iisburc station W. S li .m
( 1 x foni circu it --T. A. ),!!-.
Hue k h. rn ci re 11 1 1 J V.
W" . A e r t .
Nen ','-: I I r - mis-, n
1 1 A Wat-
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iTiio m 1':-t:.; ..
NV. s. b;. k Br: i.ec 1"
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BIiIIsUt.. rnr J P. ' ,v.
! '-uh ini circu.i- J T .- 11
1 hai-1 Hill It B J hie
I'.-rs. 1: c 1 rcu ;t - J . K. 1 . r 1 :: t
: c : r u .t
A 1 in. .r ,1
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Bitt.-I.oro 1 r- nil
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b:- s 1
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s i . ; -t.u 1 y c ; r . -; . ' V A .-r . 1, .
m .. '.-v.;;.- ...r 1,. 1 i
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S: ,t!i m.:-
V. : :!i :r- .' B-i-:..
M -.::t B.- .-.OA .. . r -.:.: - 1 I A
A i!n ::;.ir . , : r a .: . . nn::.
St.mlv c.n-i: ,t NV I . ( r - - ::..
B. h' B:.'k n. .:: - K. I '1. .
Mount 0.0P. - J. NV. N, r:i.
S7ATTS vn : - B;-ri.; -:
I. B. Hen Ir.-n. Pr; line K.-i. r.
State-ille ftHtion J il.t orloi..
St.tesv 1 oe circuit NV M Bii'.-v.
M..reTllit circnit P. K. NV. Stumey
lreiifll circuit J. L' If iwp.
Ivck Spring circuit M. V. Sherrill.
Newton circuit H. NV. Ivey.
Alexaoder circuit J- T. Abernet'.y.
i.' ild well circuit J. O. Guthrie.
Lenoir circuit J. NV. Jenkins.
ic-B .ircuit D. A. York. E. J.
Roaring B-i'-nr mimsion J. F. Ciavj".
Likin and Junesville J. M. Afhby.
M iiint Airy t-tation M. H Moore.
Mount Airy circuit C. P. Snow.
.bson circuit E. D. Cameron,
.dkinvillc circuit J. NV. Puett.
L. Triplett. Principal of Oak Iuiiti-
M. L. Wood. Trending Elder.
Shelly station H. R. Hull.
Shelby circuit M. D. Giles.
Kintr s Mountain circuit -H. F- NViley.
Boulile Shoals circuit I A. NVhite.
(he ry Mountain circuit J.A.Lee.
Rut. erfordton circuit T. J. Daily. !
1 '..1 .1 ...bus mission T. H. Edwards.
Mo.-i.ntc'. circuit J. . England. ;
Be : l;e cin ait C. A. Gault.
H. knry ana I iappy tiome circuit u.
Si'.uh F,rk circuit R. M. Hoyle.
Dallas circuit J. B. Carpenter.
Gaston circuit J. C. Hartsell.
Lmcolnton circuit J. B. Bailey.
McDowell circuit C. G. Little.
Island Mountain station J. NV.
T. NV. ( luthrie. Presiding Elder,
c diarlotte. Try on street NV. M. Robey.
Charloue. Calvary mission J. B.
Charlotte circuit NV. F. Coffin.
Matthew's circuit S. M. Davis.
Clear creek circuit-1. &. tnmgton.
rinevnie circuit d. ca. inompsira.
Plea.-i;nt Grove circuit M. H. Hoyle.
Monroe station F.D.Swindell.
Monroe circuit F. B. McCall.
NVadesboro station NV. C. Gannon.
NVadesboro circuit R. S. Webo.
Ansonville circuit L E. Stacey.
Lilesville circuit G. W. Hardison.
S. D. Adams, Presiding Elder.
Fayetteville station F. H. NVood.
Campbellton mission J. J. Grigg.
Cumberland circuit F. L. Townsend.
Lumberton circuit J. F. Finlaysou.
Robeson circuit C M. Pepper.
Laurinburg circuit B. B. Culbreth.
St. John's station A. P. Tyer,
Rockingham station J. H. Page.
Ashpole mission J. A. Hornaday.
Rockingham circuit NV. S. Hales.
Cape Fear circuit NV. S. Chaffin.
Lillington circuit J. H. Hall.
Carthage circuit NV. B. Donb.
Joneboro circuit J H. Arnold.
Manly mission M. A. Smith.
P. J. Carraway, Presiding Elder.
NVilmington, Front street E.
Tofsail circuit J. C
Duplin circuit A. G. Gaunt.
Magnolia circuit M. M. McFarland.
Clinton circuit J T. Kendall.
Cokesbury circuit A. M. Lowe.
Bladen circuit T. B. Ruks.
Elizabeth circuit J. M. Lumley.
NVhiteville circuit C. NV. Smith.
Carvers Creek circuit S. R. Belk.
NN'accamaw mission To be supplied
bv J. H. Tart.
Sniithville station-'-C. M. Gentry.
Brunsw ick circuit Z. T. Harrison.
C'Dslow circuit D. A. Futtrell.
N:.w Berne District.
J. E. Mann, Presiding F.'der.
New Berne station L. S. Burk'.e. -.1.
Goldsboro station J. T. Harries.
YV ay ne circuit R. C. Beaumn.
Goldsboro circuit J. F. Washburn-:
Mount Olive circuit P. L. Groome
Kinston station J. NV Jones.
Snow Hill circukt P. L. Herman.
La ("range circu it A I pheus McCullen.
Lenoir mission N. A. Hooker.
Craven circuit NV. J. Crawson.
Jones circuit A. D. Betts.
Morehead station C. NV. Byrd.
Beaufort station N. M. Jurney.
Carteret circuit J. R. Belts.
N.-u e mission To be supplied by F.
S. Hi 1 en.
Ban. ;i o circuit O. Rvder.
Strait and Cor? Suind mission To ,
be si pi bed ' y t.. 1. Hoover.
J. S. Xelsor. Presiding Elder.
NV.irr. nton circuit R. O. Burton.
NV.rr.-'i circuit L. J. Holden.
Kidgeway circuit J. N. Cole.
Roanoke circuit J. N. Andrews.
NNVldon and Halifax station NV. B.
Halifax circuit J. E. Rristow.
Scotland Neck mission NV. NV. Rose.
NViisun station J. R. Brookn.
NViison mission B. B. Hodden.
Nashville circuit J. Mahonev.
F. lttecombe circuit James NViison.
Central Institute fur Young Ladies
J. M Rhodes.
NVa.sHINO.T n Distkkt.
II. Moore. Prociding Elder.
I" an 1 Bethel--A. R. Raven.
.ircuit- J. Sand-
NVilI i-.,mton circuit J. L. Keen.
Gi-eenviile station C M. Anderson.
But mission--J. G. Nelson.
Sivii't Creek m iss ion--To be supplied
bv R. B (iilliam.
Aurora circuit F.. I . Pell.
NVash ing ton 9 tat i n --T. P. Ricuud . NV.
II Call. sup.
Bath circuit---To be supplied by N. H.
1 1 -;v ton.
P.-. -ircuth station- NV
J. D. Carpen-
be sup lied by
II hi. r.,s
tii .11. i Vracoke mission---.
TV C- .I.I.K'.K DlsTlil. 'T.
-!orp-. Br. siding Eider.
P.-ge stu'i' r.--J. F. Heit-
1 ). NY
N . A.
K 11 r j ns.
.- ; h . :r - -ait
' ' I'llMi.t.
1 10.' an i II
. T. N. Stephen
;h Point-S. Y.
l., id-.n circuit I'. I.. Earnhardt.
I . - 1 1 . cm o 11 station. T. S. Campbell.
V i it - Creek mission J. NV. Lewis,
it 1 1 . i i .'!'. n stattoi! K. V. Bumpass.
1 r.ii. k 1 : :.si ;;; circuit NV. P. Cutch-
:r 1; it -
u :- T, 1 suppiie i.
. M. l'..iii.berer.
r un -i:. NV. Boy 1, s.
-J. F. Heitnian Pro-
: - J J C '.r :en to tie
I, :. -.-. S. J M Be I .
.. C i.ter. :-.c- . NV. f
NVest ''.-.v..- ' ol.f.
1 t . k: Pu..
a j. 'U r i.e.l w 1' h J. x
Mj by Iii.il. op Parker.
ll.ai-v anil Jail at
111 s 1 o n l'esi reyi-d .
-n. N. C . Dec. 4 Tl.i-.
-. 2 eli., k the court house
r.- w .-re foui.,1 to be on tire.
1:0 m.-aiis of ext ingishing t he
both buildings were soon
.--trowed. .Nil the county
ki ts j.ap'rs sn I records in
curt house weie burned,
i w en- t wo prisoners. While
. s w,.rc in tlames ihey were
111 :r escape was an exceed-
ind ttie crowd which
i, 1 . c.tlured :
ti.i-it wit h th-.-
1 was so earnestly bat-
t'.ames at one time
ti - i.e.: ih.m doomed to cert iin death,
i. e . rigiii of the fire is not yet
L . , . n 1 r , w .11 r a 1 Iinrhdn llu
wiiJi of an incendiary
M l! VriiINGTON LtTTKi;.
NN clIlNHTi.y, Dec. 1. lsL
TL- j. at;ot ii il.ig was run up to
day nt 11 H.n on both the House
and S- . . . e ends ol the Capitol.
'1 nere was the usual opening day
eiowd at the Capitol', and a fair
attendance of Sena, ts and llepie
sentatives. Many, .mvi-vw. failed
to answer to rh..:-- n nuts ;it lidl
call, but each i.'.Tivit'g train is
bringing them in.
Long I efore the i:o .;i hour mem
bers ant: Senators gathe;t-d in their
respective halls, exchanging; greet
ings aid congratulatioiis until the
gavei called them to older. All
could not be congratulated, iio-.v-eve;
for ail were notot the re-elect.
Visitors crowded , ie galleries,
and looked down with much inter-
; e8t ou ,iJe iamiliav laces of legisla
tors, and tried to read in them the
triumphs or defeats of the summer
campaign. The gallery gods" are
critical, if not profound, and they
observed that the speaker of the
House ha-3 a healthier glow in his
imperturba bii tariff for revenue
face; that Mr. I lorsheimei's enor
mous shadow had not grown less;
that the waggish Mr. Ilorr had a
"l fe-is no -worth-living"' expres
sion; th Mr. Baud. ill had a far-off
cabmet ; .ttfolio-gaze: and that the
8enior Senator from Kansas was
faultlessly clotited as usual.
The members aud Senators from
, the solid tunny South have a com
placency and happiness of expres
isiou that passeth understanding.
1 Northern and Western Democrats
! are cheerful, but the Southern wing
'is' beatific. On the Republican
side of the llouse depression is
1 plainly visible, and some faces tell
I that '-Their star has gone down in
1 the darkness of night, and hope
j from their bosoms has tied."
: Barring Sundays aud the usual
j holiday recess, but seventy days of
! working life remaiu to the foity
! eighth Congress a brief period,
I indeed, when it is remembered
i that most of the work begun last
i session remains un finished, and
I that many important measures
1 which have been maturely consid-,
j ered in one of the two houses await !
! the action of the co-ordinate
Situated as Congress is, there
can be no partisan legislation, nor
can there be any very sweeping re- i
forms effected in the appropriation
j bills; but there will be long debates,
over numerous provisions in most
'of these bills, aud it is probable
; that t he v .w ill occupy much more
; than IntU'the days of the session.
S The M'. Pherson National Bank-'
i ing bill, tl si eel cruisers, the Blair
; Kducatiori 1 bill, the Utah bill, the
National 1. mkruptcy bill, the Inter-
i State Commerce bill, and a number
: of laio. -"-ant foileituics, whole
i battal. os of public buildings, and
i many othei measures will struggle
for precedence, and some of them
- m iy get through, but the chauces
! at e that nearly all of them will die
.at high noon on the -fth of March.
subject to resurrection in the next
; A vigorous eitort will al-.o be
j made by the friends of the Con-
gression, 1 Libraiy bill to secure its
' passage y the House hi substan
tially the same shape i:i which it
came from the Senate. It is legis-
; Iatiou of the most me: Boiious char
acter, and m the inferos not only
of a valuable propeirv. which is
rap dlv atlg-iict! tin
it value, but
ot iie national honor and sound
public policy, the w.tuts of the
Library should be promptly and
permanently provided for.
The hotel Cormiers are filled with
members f Congress aud promi
nent men from all parts of the
country. Many distinguished per
sons not in active political or
official lifi: w i'.l be here this winter.
There w;!i be a m irked increase in
the better Southern element. Mr.
B'-Miie will live ir ex-Secretary
NYitidou ' - house on Scott Circle
It is cc- ;-. ctured by some, that the
1 open ;i social lieiu'.quar
. and entertain largely.
. will be three factions in
Washington s iciety this winter
the powers that be. the powers that
lire goi.ig to be. and the powers
that only faded to be bv an almost
inappreciable plurality. Between
the first two. the most friendly icla
tions may exist, but between the
friends of President Arthur and
Mr. Blaine there can be no mote
than a ceremonious mterciiiinge of
civilities, if that.
New York Belter.
Any one visiting New York tor
the pleasure of itsvaiious amuse
ments, should not fa1! to sec Patti.
To see and hi ar this wonderful
creature is something to be lemein
bei'ed: and I have had that inex
She wore the diamonds given her
by the l-jnperors d' Russia and
Germany. How she spaikled and
flashed ght'ering like a thousand
stars. Her singing was divine.
She sang and swayed, dinging her
shining arms abo - her head
i dragging t lie folds of creamy satin.
'brocaded with gems, tiom end to
end of ;!: st tg... Tin. opera Patti
appear- d in was a sc. -lie laid in
l.abvl 'n. in the das of its glorv.
I 'r.i in hi
v hi t e r
was its C,!;"eti. She was
ig. at tills : to select
iin et on s si; i ; , ,; .... ( ,;u- oil
".stow I j 1 I tilt olio. The
:ne w i t h tia
l et i li tn- i .I
clad in g'.i
;-i iptmn :
tel.iic i .dies
lit tiicic was
ages.' 'hi, ok
;. i s a ci,,.r.
isc t lie lYcip-
' !i:!i; lit-c.ui'ic
ier iiml vtviil
liei i i U - 1 : . 1 1 1 1 1 .
..!. . .1:-! lit I'sqll.- j
-III es. .soldicl s ami
.1 list as the- (liici n li
lent of her favor. e 1 ,
dark, t here was C mm
light n'lig. toe g'uost o
whom s -;t. had in 11: . ie
ill a bill. name. ( i
was che 's then, but ;
is b.-yond im.ig;::..
kill -.1. and it is vac
t o - ee le-r : cel.
fro 'ii tier s.de. a..'
fill . to some Hide
si t: k i!y ing upon t
1 am mm e em. e
. . ii
here, It seems.
easily iliiiuessed. hut o.-n pii'tiii.ng
is indeed leeble i" i,-al things.
()ne can he. ail muiiiii; of droll
I U 1 Ii s in it CM 1 vs 0. ' ' 11st ic loia
to Cleveland's election, on the day
of the grand parade of the guards,
as they filed past, splendent in their
lovely uniforms, a fellow came
strolling along elbowing his way
through the crowd. Lie glanced
half contemptuously at the regi
ments passing and remarked, ironi
cally: Yes. take "em to Bull Run, and
they wouldn't be worth a d !"'
Well, of course 1 laughed; a laugh
as inevitable, it was so good; but
no one else did. A murmur ofdis-;
satisfaction arose in thecrowd near
by, but the fellow seemed to enjoy:
it, declaring himself a match for'
any man, ana so strolled-on. As i
there is no likelihood for tin v 011. la v1
of valor, we must chance it, on
Cleveland is a great deal hand
somer than his pictures; he has a
very kind and pleasant smile. I
am well aware of this, as I was
1 -it , , .
nonor-eci uy a seat very near nira, in
one of his late addresses.
There is an exhibition of paint -
ings at the Cooper Institute this
is one especial pic-
ture, which I will endeavor to de- the Commissioner of Patents, and the
scribe. It is called "Pariah," and . Commissioner of Education. The Pres
represents a young woman, with aident appoints the First and Second
long, black cloak fastened about I Comptrollers and thesix Auditors in th
her throat ind falling in Iooup folds I TreasulT Department; and in the Do
ner tnioar, ana iaiiing in loose tolas partment of jUBtice, besides its head
about her. Her hair is beaten and! the Attorney-General he appoints a
whirled by the wind in a lriErss about I Solicitor-General, three Assistant At-
her eves, like a cloud of russet
brown: and oh, such eyesl
..fir,., rinr 1 . r. ; ,1 n n C i 1, rt
.;i..i, uul u UU .uco. uu,, J'comparativeljMicent creation, audits
if ever, they are never to be forgot- ; head, a Commissioner, is appointed by
teu. Large and blue, with the the President; but he has no seat in the
slightest glance upward, with the i Cabinet.
expression in them of I have no! . The Federal Judges, unless they re
better term eves lookinr- lmon j siRn or are impeached, hold office for
oetter term eyes looking upon i Ufe it, therefore, may fall to the lotof
death. a President to appoint many or few, as
It is a wierd, sad picture, ren- j vacancies may chance to occur. In the
dered even more touching by the Supreme Court of the United States,
lines penciled on the frame from
one of Hood's most pathetic and
Oh, it was pitiful
Near a whole city full .
Springfield. 111., Dec. 2. Governor
Hamilton has rendered a decision in the
Leman-Brand case. After an elaborate
review of the evidence and citation of
the authorities, he awards the certificate
of election to Leman, Rep., the can
didate for the State Senate in the Gth
SraiNGEiELD, 111., Dec. 1. The State
Canvassing Board to-day decided the
contest in the Thirteenth legislative
district in favorof Mulheran and against
Klupp. This will make the Legislature
a tie on joint ballot, in case Leman
1 Rep.'), in the Sixth district, is seated,
or will give the Democrats a majority
of two in case the seat is given to Brand
i Deiii. ) of the same district.
London, Dec. 1. Telegrams from
Dongola reassert that Gen. Gordon has
taken Shendv. On Saturday the rebels i frlza- aa aiso a negisier 01 me
closely invested Suakim. The ships and I Land Office for each land district, such
the forts kept up a continual firing all I lst"cut8 only existing where, one hun
dav. A force of 300 rebels attacked the ' dred thousand acres of Government land
r,atrol ht --er
Macon, Ga.. Dec. 3. Last night at
Camilla unknown persons entered
StephenGod win's house and killed him
with an axe while in bed. They also
killed Melinda Gregory and son in bed.
No money was taken, but Godwin's
horse and buggy and shot-gun are miss
ing;. Louisville. Ky.. Dec. 3. The Cour
ier Journal's correspondent at Barham
ville, Ky., learned from a couple of
lawyers w ho just returned fromNVhites
burg. Letcher county, the particulars
of a staoS of war prevailing there. A
man who was to be tried for murder
was out on bail and his friends say he
should not be punished. The case was
set for last Wednesday and on that day
the accused came marching into town,
carrying double-barrelled shotguns and
1 belt full of revolvers, followed by a
score of friends armed to the teeth.
These were almost immediately fol
lowed by another crowd of the same
size, all carrying shotguns and pistols.
The latter company was composed of
friends of victim, who encamped on a
bluff overlooking and commanding the
tow n. In the meantime a third band,
composed of citizens, who thought the
law- should be allowed to take its way
and per.ee be preserved "even if they
had to kill every desperado in the
county to secure that end," organized,
armed themselves and went on duty to
stay until after court had adjourned.
Bands composed of the friends of the
murdered man and of those of his mur
derer are watching each other closely,
one to keep their foes out and the other
in town. They say they intend to clean
out tho entire party when trouble be
fains. Cuatta NOi.xiA. Dec. 1. --Julius Rab
ble, a farmer who lived near Somerset.
Kv.. was instantly killed by a meteor
descending through a tall tree, cutting
the limbs oil. The ball passed through
his body from the shoulders obliquely
and buried itself in the earth. It pene
trated the earth several feet, and was
dug out by the natives. The aerolite
was about the size of a teacup.
Austin. Texas. Dec. 3. The official
vote of Texas, just completed, ii as follow-:
Cleveland 223.20s: Blaine xs.g.,3;
Butler 3. 321 : St. John 3. all: Lock wood
2: tatal vote 31s.3'J.j. Cleveland's plu
rality over Blainu 134.v"": Cleveland's
majority over all 12s. oii. As compared
with the .residential vote of l.sij, Texas
show- till increase of ;". 2.1 votes.
NVa-!!I N-. T i. Dun 3. --The President
to-day s.-nt to the Senate the nomina
tions of a large number of otiicials who
were appointed during the recess of
Congress. Among them were secretary
of the treasury McCullocli. postmaster
gei. era! Ilattoii. tirt assistant post mas
Sort! ergs, of
m i 1 1 1 s t , r t'
Willi, rd P. '
se1 uyler I ro-bv. NN . B
eor .ria. to be United States
the ('oluml.1i.1n republic:
,.! !. of ( lino, jip.nt of the
to the Cone association :
e.-llaUl . 0 ' b - Circuit judge
nth disti i -t. and a larce
iiior coi.-'.ilar and diplo-
par.- 1 and
a Oill grant-y.-ar
With I ll" date
,',!- s-tates are ,,-maj.-rity
formal, but one
.ti- -t' aiy sornew hat.
ftcr coin-hiding the
he electors united in
oilit-y- general Stock-
1 le vela lid as a
New .Jcl'v-v for
s c C o V . I ' 1 e v e -
: ..--I- ti a iiiem
i;:it St te.
. pi c
'. i' ''
s u l , a 1 1 1
s , v
: .. . t ,1 i" M 1 11
. r ;... -gi-l.eral.
:.-.'.' ' -UK. 1 ' I -- At a lo e in
i i-i., i s piano factory in NYe-t L'Mh
-ire t la-t light two tlri-meii werein
iiiie i. b'.lt 1. -1 fatally. 'Hie ft-lloifofa
h, and ano'il.cr fell out of n second
-'o i l- w iiidow. The lo.-s on the stock
Mil,' probably reach 6 1 K'.uoO. The
daanige to the burned structure will be
aboiit :-;!". C'OO. The firm have an insur
ance , n the j.i;ck and building of over
--a0.0o0, in a large number of com
panies. Considerable damage was done
by water to a number of adjoining
The Offices to be Filled by Mr. Clen
land. NVhat offices Jan the new President
fill' How far is his power limited by
the Civil Service act'r Th'ese are "the
questions which now agitate the minds
of all politicians.
To begin with, the President .makes
all important appointments with the ad
vice and consent of the Senate. He ap
points the officers of his own household:
a private seoretary, an assistant secre
tary, two executive clerks, a steward,
'. and a msssenger. The President's pri-
vaie secretary receives only 3,0UO a
year, but from its nearness to the Chief
Executive the office is considered a post
of some importance. Under the present
Administration its functions have been
agreeably discharged by the handsome
Mr- red finiiips.
The seven Cabinet officers or beads of
departments are the most important
offices in the gift of the President. The
Assistant Secretaries and the heads of
various bureaus in the departments are
also appointed by him. Such heads of
bureaus are, for instance, in the Treas
ury Department, the Treasurer of the
United States, the Commissioner of
sj i-t uvu kjtaicn , luo vUJiii laoiv'U xTI ui
1 Customs. t.h CmrsmiBamnAr
j Revenue, the Register of the Treasury;
. and in the Department of the Interior,
me iommi8Bioner 01 me uenerai jana
I w : .. . 1 . 1 a 1
, ,111, .. . , 1 . . . ..I, ,,, iBBinnar .11 ,11.111
' torneys-General, four other Solicitors,
i a au xaminer of Claims.
ine uepartmenr, 01 Agriculture is 01
I unng tne course of Mr. Cleveland ead-
ministration, three or four of the Jus
tices will become eligible to retirement
should they so desire; but there is no
enforced superanuation in that court.
The District Attorneys and Marshals for
the various Federal districts into which
the Union is divided, are appointed by
the President. A United States district
attorney is appointed for four years, or
until the Senate shall approve his suc
cessor; so, for instance, in this district,
as soon as our friend Mr. Elihu Root's
successor shall be named by Mr. Cleve
land, and the nomination shall receive
the confirmation of the Senate, a new
district attorney will be installed.
In the diplomatic and consular ser
vice there will, in all probability, be a
complete change, for all such Appoint
ments, from envoys extraordinary to
j consuls and interpreters, are in the gift
of the "incoming Executive. Some
offices of importance connected with
the public lands will be filled by Mr.
Cleveland. Thus, he can appoint a
Surveyor-General each for Louisiana,
Florida, Minnesota. Kansas, California,
Nevada, Oregon, Nebraska and Iowa,
Dakota, Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho,
NVashington, Montana, Utah, Wyoming
Thousands of persons are employed
in tha departments at Washington, but
the great mass of Federal officials are
employed either in the collection of
customs duties or in the postal service.
It is said that there are some fifty thou
sand postmasters in the United States,
and that about as many individuals are
officers of the customs of the internal
revenue. The postmasters in our cities,
the collectors, naval officers, surveyors,
and appraisers in our great ports of
entry hold places of remunerative
salary, which are eagerly sought at the
beginning of every new administration.
All postmasters, except those of fourth
and fifth class, all collectors of the cus
toms and of internal revenue, and all
the other principal officers of customs
are appointed by the President. The
Civil Service act has nothing to do with
And now that we have seen what
offices Mr. Cleveland can fill, let us con
sider how he is restricted by the Civil
Service act. It provides for the classi
fication of certain clerks employed in
the departments, in the customs, or in
the postoffice, and for the examination
of applicants for such offices. It is
claimed that under its existing interpre
tation rybout fourteen thousand clerks
the most important of whom receive
$1,800 per annum are secure in their
tenure of office, and cannot be affected
by a change of administration. Accept
ing this statement as correct, the fact
remains that the great army of office
holders now intrenched throughout the
United States can be turned out next
March, and their places can be filled !
cither by the President himself or by j
those who will owe their own offices to I
him. There are about fourteen thou- j
sand officeholders whom the Civil Ser
vice act makes independent of the Prsi-
denCs power; but about niDety thou
sand still remain subject to it. A'. V. 1
Tho Golden Rule says: When we
remember that more than one hull'
of the waste matter of tbe bod.v
represented by all taken as food
and drink should pass ofT through
the seven millions of pores of the
surface, we shall see some reasons
in favor of a proper care of the sur
face, as well as of the personal cloth
ing and the bedding. If it is true
that the personal clothing, the flan
nels. need washing as certainly as
the face and hands the whole body
as certainly we may infer that j
the bed clothes have a special de- '
maud for attention, it should be!
remembered that, during the night, 1
when the body is warmer than usual
the pores more open, that the waste
must naturally pass off more freely
than by day. It follows that, the
bedding must be more thoroughly
affected, soiled, demanding extra
cure. )f course t he thoughtful and .
the cleanly will not wear any cloth
ing by night that has been used by
day . The Kuropeans have a custom
of removing the beds and bedding,
placing all on chairs near an open
window, and letting them remain
for a halt' day! It is quite possible
that sonic will think that untidy to
allow the leds to remain unmade
for that length of time, while the
l'.uiopeali. the neat and cleanly,
may regard us as very untidy, to
make the bed almost as soon as it
is vacated, allowing the sleepers to
lie in perspiration lilth! 1 know
of no easier and. more e fleet ual way 1
of promoting this needed purity of
bedding than by airing and svinning,
as the air and sun are the groat
purifiers, demanding no compensa
tion tor important sei vices rendered.
The breezes that should be allowed
to pass through the rooms carry oil
the foulness prepared for that pur-,
pose by the action of the warm sun,
ratifying the noxious gases, the two
elFeetiug very important changes in
cyir sleeping rooms. Air and sun
is manv rooms as dot" U you ,
would be neat and f V i
the evcsierht in itsJ
A Marvelous Stc
TOLD DI TWO UTTEBS.
FROM THE SON i&JS&'
" OtnOemeur My fethar raldat at '
ula, and th (Inclosed letter' viil tell ;
a inarraloiu eilaet
haa had tn hia eaaa. I Uilv
bare oontaiued tb kamor , .
rears ; but K did not aboir, ax , i ui ilia .
of a aerofoloaa aora Oa Otayt.'t, nutll about
Are year ago. Fraaa a tnr apota vlilrb ap
peared at that time, it gradual 1 7 spraa.) ao aa
to cover bis eatira bedf . I aeiurt jna bawaa
terribly afflistad. asd sua object of pity, u
be began nlinf jroo aoadloioavMNow, tliora ara
few men of his aga who enjoy aa (nod beeltli
as be baa. I eoukl easily asms ofiy persuus)
who would testify to the faeta in bis oaaa.
Yours truly, W. M. pMllxu-s
FROM THE FATHER: i
a duty for ma to etata to yoj Uie bent
bare derived from tba aao ot -
S li months ago I waa completely aoverml
a terrible humor and aarofatona eorea. 1
humor eaosed aa laeeeaaat and tntolara
itching, and the akin eraeked aa aa to ea.
the blood to Bow la many plaoas rtn"
I mored. My aufferinga ware gnat, and 1
life a burden. I oommenoed Uie cue of t
SARBArABiLH In April hut, and have
It regularly since thai that. My aomlue
began to Improve at once. Tba sores h
all healed, and I feel perfeetly veil la ever
respect -7 being now able ta de good day
work, although TO years at age. Many Inquire
what haa wrought such a core ta my ease, and
I tell them, aa I bar bar tried to tell ynu,
A run's Sabsambiua. -eiover, Vt Oct,
31, 1882. Yonre gratefully, -
lilBAK 1? ibura."
ATBB'a SAKSxrAniLLA trrea Bcrnfu
and all gorofnlona Oosnplaintt. Try
elaa, Eaxema Blagaroini. , BlotH
Sorea, Bolls, Tnniora. and Eruption
the Skin. It clears the blood of all 1
rtties, aids dlgeatiox tUmnlktas tne a-t
the bowels, anal tbna restores rttalit
strengthens tha wbea ayateSL p .. . ,
Sold by an Drugfflsts tl.ala bott
- .'- -- ' i
CHAS. H BR0 .
ATT OR SB f A 1
. . ., i
Practices In the Coon ties of Di
Craven, Jonea and Onslow. I
Collection of Claims a special
.p. m peixeti:
Will practice In tha Goortevof Oar.
Onslow and Craven. .
Special attention given to the r
claims, and aettllng aetata of dew
sods. v ',- . u.
C. R. THOMAS, , y
ATTORNEY - AT' 'L A V."
Office on Craven street.l a Stanly Bttnni"
near corner of Pollock street. aovidwly
. C. R. THOMAS, Jr.. ,
Attorney m. XjaaTO-,
BEAUFORT, N. C, a'-.;
OfTloe on corner ofTnrnerand Front street.
will practice In Uartaral and .adjoining
conntles. " v i "v 1
Prompt attention to collection or elalma A
WILLIAM J,. OLAKKEr
COUNSELLOR t LAW,
Attends all the courta belli at ffew Bern a,
North Carolina. ' ,' ' ' . .
Particular attention paid to ' eolleett ng , ,
claims, and conveyanalng. " " " t,
United BUHea Oommlaaloder. V-'t -Ci. .
Sept. 18tb. 18K4. .,'v " dW f'.
L. J. MooRK.
WS. B. CUU1,
MOORE & OUfiKE,' .:
ATTORNEY S AT LAW,
New Bern, N.' C .''.,
Will practise In trie Courta Of OrrtereV C5r
ven, Greene, Hyde, Jouea, LenOlr, Unalow
and Pauillcooountiea. - . . -,
Also In the Supreme Court at -Ralelgb and
the United States UourU at Ruw i-arue and
Kalelgh. - ' , ' .
- Collecting a specialty, - apodwif '
OIOHOI V. HTKOXI),
Rilelgh. N O.
dastibt. . rasar.
.. Klnatun, M. Q
STRONG St PEKRT, r ,
KINSTOM, C. .. y
ATTOR.VEU A.1L COUSSEUORS IT, UW.
Having formed a copartnership for th r -practice
of the law In Joneaoounty, will regn . )
larly attend the courta of the aame. frraiDa r
altnntlnn nai1 n MtllaMlnnl
mayl2-dAwtf 8THOMO PKRBT.
PIT II.. BOLLAKD, JK
HOLLAND & GUION, :,
Attorneys at LftW, .
orrice on Craven st., two doors above Pel lock - -
Will practice In the Oonntlea of Oraveal '.
Jones, Onslow, Carteret, Pamnooand Laaolg .c
Prompt attention paid to eolleetUma. '
apritt-dawly. '" ,
F. M. BIHMuKH, OX.XKXVT XAJTI.T
SIMMONS & MANLY;
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.' . .
Will practice in the Court of Craven, Jonea,
Onslow, Carteret. Painlloo, Lenoir and Hyde,
and In the Federal Court at New Berne.
DR. J. D. CLARK,
NKWMM, . O.
OfTlce iu Craven street,
JAMES R ED li 0 FID,
Agent and BottJer
BERG1TEE & EITGEL
BREWING CO tS
New Berne, N. C.
Thin beer took
premiums at th
tennial F.u h dnt ion at Philadelphia
the Paris Ex pot ition. Keeps better f.
any other in warn, climates, ad 1 '
favorite brand w hprofcpejfnowll.
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