3 l C- li
H -. Mi ll,
K 11 kllfKM,
I X I K 1 ' KX 1 ) K X T I XT VT.T. rI'l-T I X
T o i-in e 9B.OO Per "STo.x-.
m:v iu-.km:. ciiavkn county, x. (
Ziesler Bros. 8ho
OF WLirCH WK WW.
'()''. l-'i '.: -
fVB' INVITE YOF TO
Bay State Shoes,
Low Figures, Especi.T.'i'i CASH BLL:S.
Oar or prtar , D O KTT I N '. K U -
keu, for lie porpewe of
BUYING THK P.I'.ST STOCK OK
TQAT.WAS EVER KEFT i'Y ANY HorsK IS in-Icn.
C7 wm gie notice of their rr.T i.
; v:r. oettinim: PWOS.
KIK3TON. March. 1836.
.-U:H. SULTAH ASKS a QUESTION !
If ad, ott1 tak jow purchiic nnul v u v - N'obb Sack and
. CnUwfy SnlU t Very Low Prices.
BoiSBillor BnliM from $1-50 to t-
' h StnV Hltl we (in urpris- yon t tl.- I. W lM'.ICi.S v - ir-
" Ou Stock f Underwear u OMPI.f.tk.
1 la ladles Dren Good and shoes r as , sisi!iNc
::i: :'rQiVe TIa a Call, and See For Yourself.
v M. 11. SULTAN,
sv . . ATS 1
Estate 8 Penitentiary
I ... t. - .
EnS plinrrkmlL to gire.
Patterson's Shoe Store
mtti t SlirmBIQ BOOT, Middle Street. New Heme. N C
A. I -s-si lmi wfcM (aa "JJ 1
r. eruiaii nismit
w la mm
i j i aan4ir
mm rt .x maa wA fall l.i'
mm 0m mmi fui MtT Built mmi Tlamu Hak.
aa4 rui luiT Ban
Tt. i h una wteaaf a fraal
.. I .lia.1 fcr laJlin Hn.OTrMa-8rn
.aa.(mUaaaa taaaaaa aaad aa
aaaaaiai ia-.ta.at innniWlia in ililn aa4 aaaa
TJ4I.PC ".M rnr CaSAk tUaafa Pamyfc laa an.
HAVE REMOYi:i To 1 lll'.IK
TWO STORES, SOUTH OF THEIR FORMER STAND.
Aid keep of FLOUR, JIKATS, t'OlTTI'.. sl ;ll. M Kl'l'S
MOUASsk-S. 8ALT, TOBACto, SM II vnd t k.Vus, ., ii
TerrtMat, In the OHOtFitY LINK, n till TnK mid at
i Tanirr fnr a'J ll'
Spring and Summer.
Oar Sprini Stock, ot" Nobbv Sack
Plid 8uit. Straight Cuts. - - -Trir.
: BTJ, Yoatts r.i Cl.:'. ir -r. - S.
feS Blue Flaw.-: r -
Oar l'lae Suits : -? I" ' 11 - : .- :. 1 -Vhva
lar r t ca : v p. i-
Moi'l ik1 Uc 's oiK- x r i
pjif 00 for.
So do. -c iu-- : '
handred d-.iT - p -
Our stock of -.' i
Bp. Alo llslbri:g". : s
We have s ni,
ia the n-i.-kct.
Ajienta fr J.-. M ar.C :
Cellule; i ait i Lid- :i C "..- v. -
We X(i. niiw :''.-.: ." ; " s'
We bough: x ::a ' '
Wear, Purses, ii H '" ' s
The CP.itrv . P':'a:::. s': ' -best
in the rr.sr- -
lily's and M t. - ; -
Straw M'-:r.g-. 1 - '
We are xz- f - i ; . '- !' " '
WD 00 VsFORT
I.': I'l I
M ! M,
natUfactiou or money refiinlol
limm fcw lA . tsiqa, ar.4 si I -urti.
.(.a. qa. j a. S3 I to M taatr
rtm. Tk. SI ' RI B-lh x: t u-i .
X'UX) 'ft rrs'- a. na laatrHrr.
mile 4 ml pr-sx-'pI Br
. af tha hanaa orraaam rat.f4- T.
BteiaClnc .Iwwrnai f SS . s. baefc. ( r Mdrnl
m alair-! aad naaity a&Ja. a .-( 1 aiai nsa ia
TSIATKUT. C Uni-j, J3.rriH-i.li. r
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mrx Chemott,
OCH IT. Trcth gra. bt LOrrra IfO
II -I V I 11 1)1 tl
,1 I ii
I i li l i .
..s i i i-te:
r-tsrv ! t .I .i :n M
, -- : v I ' r -
r ' M u: Hiii. h-inu:
: : 1 o V. 'k th.
se; h i ; raham . of' Tiar-
' '.at k an I P.e v . I.. W
.:- ! t - r. the
urn.::-- f ar rar.ge-
:r f t m
i , :T-r.-l an
;h. w M,11r:l
r . . 1 ' r, y i -; n
mrfil Hon. r
i'. h h.sTi in.vl" my p'. i'iins lutT.
mmuih ft kir.ii partiil.ty whi-h I fond:v
r',r. ' ciUT. I to vnu. in tht rmrit1 -f
w -t - .- f N'-wli-.Tr. i m"l
r i , . ' r K-"r,i'nm kir. l-
: . - : ! i!-.-t.:;t-l h -pit.ilit v. Wp
'li r rv.'t- . sr l
Ufa v -ti ' I-i-."i n
1 . 1. '
. r. v
r.it i n
h-v. I r.-.-ur Mr I'r-.; i r.t. t y ur
i. . nt vrum :in I trso all ali'tij; down
hr uii a:-?1, in war, famine. p
:i. tie' . ii i.-a.p . i i f vafltAt ion . and death .
tir i . ' r - -1 " and sfl f-acr i ticinj ftTort,
'-r.-t.int'.y and rn revpriDKly put forth,
t i lift humanity tip ahove humanity's
i r-:;. ; iv. 1 1: . I roaliea ho 1 1 nesa and ten-t-rnx
f rt'lationshin, drainR us
..arT and nfarer together, which puri-
the heart of the leant taint of hypoc
risy and deceit. idJ emphasizes, with
trie profoundest sinreritT and truth the
earn e-: greeting' Welmme' thrire wel-
m. i :nuih-i r' presen ta 1 1 ve of
:n- 't li r.. rat !e fraternity, which
wa.- t r :; ; i: p i. :'. ::: i: ro l.y . and baptized
We live. Mr 1'riMiieiU. in what is
v .11 n l-r i 'ii sly termed an eminently
; r i. tiv-al ae -.in eiiTi'Micn to which
I will, under the inspiration of thig m-t-rptinu
v OAs ion, ijive an accurate and
c, mprehensive interpretation, thus: an 1
ae m wlu.-li every talent, erery
er.- rv -v-rv pe n i hi 1 1 ty , every attaiu-n.'-nL
miHt t-' so .rd i nated to the
a r: u I at i or. f wealth, that lh muscle
... n d., up the money may be much
u .re h.'tiore.l than the brain which en
de and Miwes mankind. It is cn
r..a! that lea is s-x-iety . it l, capital that
1 'minute legislation . it is cApital that
sr-.aritles r. t controls the intellect:
it .-apit.il that deadena
m-ral sensibility. it is cap
ita; that "tit'.es relii-us truth, it is
ca; .'.a. that nulii the p. .i l'.ioian a
scam J1 :' capital that debases the.
statfm.-.n : n : '. he .1 -maoue . 1 1 i cap
ital iht oft trctimscre the intlurnce
f th- ptilpit. detracts from its mighty
p.w.r. an i "scures i;.- holy preroga
tive it is capital that is prostituting
the pr.fe-wi"n of i.n. until it is faM de-
thTJ'.iri in' th- t rick iest of trades .
ai..i 't i" capital that is everywhere,
seeking t ' put its vofce on the necks of
th- -. p'.e. that all may be forced to
ix'.v ir. a ,ec: su t-m ;si ri , to the golden
.-a. f. a:. 1 a-kn "'"Ik'1 money to be the
or. '.v tru- 1
H nr.1 led and a; pa::-,!, Mr Tresident.
b these start. :n !-ve lopmer.ta of this
cl ;r.H r . '. the :'j;h century, with all
il.s : a-;, d p i-( rn ! i.a of scienco and
iea::.ir .-. tt r-'freshiDj; it 1 to refer
to y..ur great founder and hia noble
c ". iii't. when, with his b heart beat
ing with the loftieet aspirations, and
fully responsive to the nerds of the peo
ple and the claims of patriotism, he
d K-fm i nated . without price, his con
stantly increasing knowledge of the
curati.e art. an 1 sanctified his whole
-.ife ! v an unreserved dedication of his
;-. ..-rs ,.:;d h.is service to the honor and
gi ry . f l..s ur, t. !, tni native land.
11- iied a century. les- one year, hav
irg had Lis sublime integrity and be
nev .ence rewarded by a kind Provi
der.ee. with a long life, that he might
utrate the aims and purposes
: i rofesjiioc, an 1 exemplify.
r . " the true poetry of human
...im:; . :T rt Wh.'r. lead he
w I . .
r.r. 1 as
1 1 .
1 man -'ev
i a t
: g ti
: e r t ' . e
... I .
'.. us r-c r
an i in'. el
vert u r r. . r. s and
;s. f .: ck'-t
; r 1 1 1 - -i
v a .
: ia oiif
: r- I- i '. . .:. .:. : the ,x-
.. p , : s. : tim- nt. "that
t , a,, t u s w r. ich the mend-
,t. are much fewer than
.-.eg sun. ' Hut yet. Mr.
r- :. the .lav k : :: s "rides
1 Lis r..s f.li perpen-
.. grat. fi.'. .artl..
-: i : -a- d.sit pear,
... ..... r-. w L. re. Id esir. g
Mr. ir. -.Prt. the
: ti :. in- 'ea-irg
! at. '.: g k : .il-l-.uist
t . g ,-i it ! : '.:.-.. 1 a
; . r ' u-e
;.- . r-.-Tited w tk'fiis.
i ,- !.-:. n-ing L.gher
; . - : . r r i . r . i u ise
"Ills 1. W
II I I I v i
;: t.i:;! a I 1
s ' v -ur f hr
m i x l in 4 mid sr irr. t ;
. (.; I.
i". i uvt . : w :. - in
to tru 1.' rr.;. P.-
or r--.r - h - . -. -.a :.:
f-r !; w r 1 f 1 ' :
par 1 n m- '. -r rr. tkir..; pit
sagg-si. n . -e-m i n g 1 y wi-e
spi r ; riate t. every -tag" .
v u r ;
thoroughly c- r. versa:. ' with .!: I r . i
tield of T"iir work. ir. 1 its urg-r.s .!
mind, on y ur l..nev. :. n-e. p ai-r......
t 1. m and leirr.u.g. ot. Mr. 1're-.
.!. r.t. u her. cl ud : -ur. -ir p..'.n
v iv. w h..-i apprt l.-t o v ir
tit.-.td.tv. w Len m! r; a-ies v. ur
:: -.o t. i:-n r. .ve.tv wool i f 11 ';;
tl.- wings of your ii.spiring genius, re
member this, that ns th- very einlio'h-m-nt
of eloquence ascribe i t!i
. f th" heaven-born art to io ti -n ., .
ti n ' action' so with you all prvr .
and ererv victorious achievmei.t must
depend on acti -n' u tion' acti.n' V r
pursuant to the ii.ir.e .en :r.v. a:. I.
in accordance with the limit' ! niiri
Lutes . f tl.- human i c te'. ; . 'I. u! t f
whatever kind is ended by act. -n. and
anion al'.ine." Not to 'Ive th- 1 ".ibt
is to wrap the Mack mantle . .f igt.. ran -around
y. u. and ign. blv submit to tl.e
tyranny of your deadliest f Ioubt .
Mr. 1'r-sident. mu,thlway be tii-rn.iu-ade.i
captive that sheds lb- gr-at'-t
lustrx . vcur triumphal train.
Ut.e w. rd mo-re, Mr. l'r-.-i I v
your kind indulgence, an i I Lav- lot;-.
No ps.lirhed historians f vil- p,-n may
ever record your grandest d.-.-dof pi
tiei.ee. courage, sk ill and Leneticence .
no monument of brass or stone may ever
mar its towering column to -rpftunte
the memory of your most exalt- i vir
tues, no painters brash w ;th bea ity s
touch may ever delineate, on th" cak
ing canras. the noblest acts of moral
hervisru which may bedeck your liven.
All these may be ti.o tUtiering heritage
of pets, orators, statesmen, mi'.r.ary
chieftans. wh.w dtels. b. rn of tl.
earth. receive from the earth their glit
terinn rewards. Vet. Mr. President and
gentlemen of the Society, as you weuri
lv trudge along day by day. and night
after night, strewing here and there and
ererv where your tlowers of consolation
which bloom as well beneath eld win
ter's stars, as in tiie genial suinnurs
sua. I conjure you to recall, in your
sublime, renunciation if ti.n world s
briizht but fading honors, the m oet ex-
ouisite lines which were
ished bv the divine-st touches
loet nnst royal fancy
'Tall manv a gem f pur. -t r.. se
rene, The dark, uufath tm .i caves . ;' vean
Full many a :P w, r i- b rn :.. i '.u-i. uti
And waste its swe, tr.-ss .n th- desert
And then lemember
Mr. Pr, s: tent.
that this is true
'o.i iVr. ''just over tl
n. .- ' . I- 't -
nvi-r w her e the
Great Physi-ian .1 el. t w n..e ncai
mg ter.dern. s? and ! v- 1 .Py .
(l l"bless yotl. Mr. Pres: on. ar. i
alt, and fuilv develop the plenary capa
bilities of your profes-ion for allev niting
the wte and distress,.- ,,f fall, n man.
The President responde 1 in a lord
and appropriate extemi--rane. u-
sin-ech. in which Iw sp- 'ke fe. lmgly of
Gaston. Hawks, Spaight an i others
re; resent. v. i i s . f t-' - b.n'h.
bar. church at. i t':." ir.- li '..I
profession of New p. th- ..i. 1 ,x
tended an invitation P our er.:.--r.s
to attend the delib. rati r.s . f th-
C letv .
Dr. J. H Hug:., -, an::, u- - 1 th- f -
lowing program f r the
neadav'evening. 'J o clock
1 at P . w
throp Hall by Clarendon (
craliuu at curt-
hous bv Dr. Geo. W
Graham." at which the public are in
vited, afterwards banjutt at Gaston
House. Fridav m-rni: g. ex"urs: r. t r.
the steamer 5r.-. :.."-:'. by Cotton and
Grain F.ichange and Hoard of Tra !e.
Dr. Satchwell moved that th- thanks
of the viety be tendered lb n C. '
Clark for the address of w . '. -. :i ar
The Secretary proceed- I . .'.'.th
roll and a large nunit. r f m-iiil er?
When Pie came cT I'r Jan., -- M :e.
of Kaleigli. wa- ca'.'e I, Dr. II. II. I -w.-u;a
!e a stat-m. rt as t tL- ' ' '.-
Do r i - g
i.i.-t ' a Ilea i '
f r rn t ii S. -;. t v
W( , r. th nan
w as , Pled Pr G
u.irgt n. aro-e ;
n. ss . f Pr. W
s e r. t ': v : 1
l!ie Pr. -id- :
, O. J ' i iag
1 lie Pr. -n.-i : ..; ; it : : 1 1
mi:..:;, ,-s . :i i.i. .:.
H.ugh. s. W. Ste . n .t
i.-.iav. ':: , r -ui :. 1 1.. .-. '.
DutTv. A. ti 1 arr ar. '. i . , ' ,
Dr. s D L" - t h c 1 i :.
:ng res.'l u t i-ns it. t r" ! ; :
last annual mating
P--. .v.-.i. That legul
f the Mi'P'.il Ass- ...it.
Car '. . na t e !. 1 i : u t ! . '.
IPs Ived. That a tax I"
t - l-vc 1 up- :. ti..- men,: .-:
; t . w hi. :i sha.i I
in a i : 1 1 .' :. t 1 : r - - : .." : . . r :
am ut.t : .. - 1 -:....:
s.rkir.g fur. !
lv. : 1. at tr- - . I :
iu' r '. ' ' t r e : - a ir : s :'::::
i. IP P
III' I.ev s ' r.-.i-i
w a g ' i .:.:.:
: . r-A--
1 'r- i l-i, ;
r a I Li- a i : r-ss . w !; ; - h 1 1 r . i ' :
i ;:;i . iiri;.'-; att i.t. n Lv po.n t ' :i:
! 1 u rge, 1 1 1. ,. l m p. .r tunc- , 1 i r . N ,
tg.it. 1 -: reiigthf ning t Lei r tl.re-'i--.
! v rgam.-ii.g county o-i org.u.i.- n
:.;::'.', d- d that a c .mniiL prize - f -:.
' I'd t ' examine t he chart er t i lie rn- : :
t . n f the Society and see pr. 11
iti nscar: b- made to pro- nie-.tarc :
re-t Ii- also mad- son-.- . that i.i-,-w'e-::
::s :is to liow to mak- m ! ; .-i
. !" the co i . ty r. i.'itaLle. A 1 ' r. ' i
ti,-v rk ! 'ti- l-y the editor m.o r.:
M . iical . ' -:.-). - I.' was roll n d - e-; .i ' ': i - r , :
: . TL'' a id r.'ss showed that
tr.r.g o there ha 1 been 1 54 ap
j '. ' r '.: 1 . practi'e mdi-
.' '.'..' ' wii 'in passed siitisfactory
- am i nat ioi . l were granted tempo
r.rv licen-e.s and HI were rejected, and
w i ; : .-i re w .
At the i-' ii 'lu-ion of the address Lr.
i nro'tt moved that tl.e thanks of the
s l-ty be tendered the President for
h.s able ad iress and a committee be np
p. int- 1 to take into consideration the
r- ' i.-imen lati therein made
1 ' r i: II. I. is called the attention
f th- President to the fact that he was
r : . : -: a k : i as to t h
by lorn a' the last annual meeting in re- :
gar l to tne nominating committee. The j
resolut ion was not a law and could not
i- a-t.d up- n until the pr-nent ,
meet in g, and he had otrerea it. not that i
l.e w as in favor of changing the manner .
c f appoint mg tl.e committee but to give
others, who had com plained . an oppor-
Cit-.it y '. altering it l f they so desired .
I p- n examination it was tound ttiat
ti.-r-- '.uti ii iial been declare 1 adopt
i I v t L- List iiipf'tmu and was a nurt of f'r- ' 1 H
A long d iscussion fol- 1
low.- 1 whi'h was participated in by
I'rs. Lew is. (I. . Ijong. O Hagan,
V..iii;c. Pierce, r.tinett. .Summerel, W.
,1. Jones. Havwood and others. It
a pe.ared that the resolution had become '
apart ofithe constitution through rn I should L.e thorough. . is. i l . !!
err-.r. which the 'resident decided 1 agreed with P.-. o (Install that SMt:,!ler
could be correct, d. A motion to correct , schools woul 1 L - s 1 1 : f .-r i r t t L iar::- r
n carried. .ones that there v-ok'I L-I'i'io:!- . -
i'ios act;, n placed tl.e resolution in couragement.
n ' 1 1 1 1 n to be acted on at this meeting. Dr. lioberts ticiig;,'. t.i.it 1 .;. M -Pr.
Lewis asked permission to withdraw I Tijnald ha i struck th- k- v n :. wL-ii
but objection was made. i he asked th- .1:1 est ion. v:,- v.'.. v.,1,
I L.e President announced that the , williujr to ser.il our -students to U;se
Presi dent of the A. it N. C. K. had ten- . ferior schools when tlier- w-. r.- s miinv
dered a train for an excursion to More- ' other superior schools.
h-ad i 'ry t i the Society during their' Dr. A. S. Carr r-upj-irt-.i the minority
meeting. The matter was referred to a I report. He was t mm Durham . :. or -committee
composed of Lrs. Robardi. gressivp town, ami he m.ght b- o. ti
I'ool an i Satchwell. sidered very hopetu!: perhaps )... was,
Pr. t in-. LhifTy. chairman of com- j but he wished it tJ be pot down m
ntitteu on credentials, submitted a par- : white and black th.at he va in favor ol
ti.il report which w as w ithdraw-n be- the estabiishtnent . .f tli i - school . and u" I
ti n was taken.
A i j .urned to 4 p. m .
A r TKUN. " 'N K-SI N.
S -cietv called to order bv the Presi
I "n ler th- head .f ur.ilnished business
the resolution if Dr. Ii. H. Lewis con
cerning the nominating committee came
up. and after so-ne discussion was. on
m. 'tion "f Dr. C. ,P G Hagan . laid , n the
Pr. I: L-irts. chairman of committee ,
n invitation t . visit Morehead City, the amount of m t.-v i:,t-i;i'..y earrie.i
submitted a report accepting the invita- 1 out of North Parol, na t other m- lie .1
ti .n and appointing 2 o'clock, p. m.. 1 schools. He w as oppos-,1 t" h-mniiiin;
1'hursdav. as the time for leaving New hewers of wood and drawer ; of water
P-rne. . After discussion Dr. Iewia of- , for other Suites forever,
fered a substitute for the report of the Dr. Motional. i admire 1 the enthusiasm
committor, returning thanks for the in- of Drs. Carr and Wo d. but un l.r the
vit.ation but declining to accept it on j circumstances what can v. - promise
account of business and having pre-1 ourselves'.- W- are t 1 . P.i'P of mu.-tar '.
v i 'ns! v accepted other invitations. seed and L i:, iru i d li -.r : r- al-
TLe Presi lent called for the report of . ready,
the committee on the establishment of. Dr. Hayes f..v .r. 1 to- i,:y r.-
a m d. -al department at the University. I port and thought he o. ;o i ti.- s. :.;i-
1 r. W. K. Wood asked further time. . ments of every y, ut.g ma:. lii- : ... cle
ar I -tated that one of the committee, ty. He dw f it up r. tl.e :.. t that large
Dr. T. F. Wool, was unable to attend sums of money w . r- ai.nually oaiui.d
and asked that seme one be appointed in , out of the State to other im-.p, - d ..(,...
Lis place. : which ought to be uv I m -'ir p.jrting a
i'n motion of Dr. Carr. Dr. W. T. ' a home sch, ol.
Knr.ett was appointed to till the place of Dr. Geo. W . Pro. ,::i P:. t: got th- N
Dr. Wood on the committee. ciety had overl U.-i to - f.. t th..: the
Dr. satchwell offered a paper on the University was a State in-t;;:ti.n. an!
Germ Theory, which was referred to if a f.'li -ol w.i. -::ibii-l.' . tli' i- it
th" ptildi -ation committee. ' would b- c .ntroi -i I y P. -: ,t, - .n.i
Dr. W. T. Cheatham, of Henderson, eventual; by prime-,
real an interesting paper on Opium Other remarks w. re ma io ::; f . :'
I'.'is r Artificial Respiration, etc.. 1 the majority rep rt by Dr- Hi.cli an!
whi-h w a referred to the committee on H.ihnson. Ti.e ma ; ntv r. p. r: was
publication. adopted. Drs. Wool and Carr r-mtirk-
Dr. Geo. (P Thcmas asked the opinion lrlg t,at they ivnil 1 have ; 1; to the
of the s icietv on questions buaring upon i young men of C'Cining ger.-r.it : o.
tb.e code cf ethics, which w-er dis- "begin this work.
cussed by Tirs. I'wis. Geo. W. Graham. 1 Dr. LlutTv. I'r ::i c .tr.mit:-- . i. ere
Pootb.. iPHagan. Pierce. Hayes and dentials. submitted a rep. rt ann "..'v
others. ine the presenen-e of Lr. H unt, r M -
The report of the board of censors was
ad a te.P
Dr. Chas D u tTy submitted the report
of c i n , m it t e e . n i r e.l e n 1 1 a 1 s . w 1 . i c h was
Tn- report . f the cir. m ; ttee on medi
cal juri-; ru.ience w as called for and
was rr.it t tl " chairman, l.'r. J . i.
K b. rts
Ad-- urn. i to o','lock this morning.
1 lo orde
' s c ir t v was ca o
r i' hi at '.'
e f .;,..w SS.g . -Ill III !
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S i - h w-.r 1 at, ! N J. 1'ittman.
N 111111311 I.s I l.-s. l;: h IP Lew is. I
s i ui;g. .P. V. P 'U.Lid. W. 11. Whit.
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Dr. W K W fr : cnimitt on
-.. : ; o d "ii, rt m -i. t at the Pniversitv.
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;., .,:'. i at ir- '. .M se-r n of this Co,,-
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.?.:i :. t t.ix- i:.t" consii, ration tb.e
a ivat.t ig"- and feasibility of establish
i r.g a m. 'i ical iepartment at the Pniver-
-:t v f N rt!. Carolina, having; given the
r tl..- careful conriderati' n and
:".: r.ite tic ugiit whi -h they deemed
- .: I 'Ttart and far-reaching a suhiect
: :- it, i .P mau ls. L.ave tl.e h'.n. rt
w ;: g i reami'ie and uia:-"' u
don.. Lor. i
: : state . f N -rth i " Pr.a
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j ti.e demand . f th- p. -op!"
, : u at: rial facilities, an 1 has
. : v srri;::e; t . f a r u : s h am 1 e
;:.. !'-: training that can be
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t r :. L P st . at: i certa ;:.! , no
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That m t lie i r ; i :
sily for tii- a i I it
parlment to S:
that at pr..'t.t tli- - ir. it"-
I practicable. It is f ir: : i :ic i
.no nion of r't',.i:n;. . ','
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thnt' the interest ' tl..'", '' f 1 "m
t(u. public w..ul i ! n, -re etdiar . i
tne SUpp,rt . ; ,, f, a . ,j, , t
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.1. I lit Mi A
port, supported it by ur
against the p-t.il'.i-lim.r.t
He thought th r- were t
ready, he was i:: f.iv..r ..t
. manv at-f.-u
I'r. Mcliniald ti
the Society won, a mak... Up m.nd to
do it, they could soon i -!:il.lch a school
at the University that vv ip ! be a credit
to North Carolina. II- behoved the
Legislature, if the inatt-r was. properly
presented. woul 1 r.a.iilc grant
aid. The Med ic.ii S I ,-ty of N,,rt 1 ; i 'aro
lina. he th'.ugl.t . c.'ild ;-..Vi':ii'li-h nnv
legitimate orj-ct if '. :.- ii'.-m: .t- t iu-r-' ('
hi,'!-' I it.
Dr. Wood f. '.lowed ir. f .v. r of the
minority report . 1!
;te 1 fl"-I" -how
Quire and Dr. Kd wards of
Dr. Hahnson moved tha
men be invited t seats ir.
and parr: -:p..'e ir. tlo
Dr. Haig'n ask- d tl;
tion of fixing th- pi
ed up if I.
that Favett. vill
Dr. 1 .nnetl nc o - i t:. .: a c
of three be appoir.t-'d t . i -scr
for ci'ht, -;:::. g h r li.- P. ttui:
Dr. l I'Hagati c :: p.; -tt .! Pr-.
and F i wr.rds t . li.- sfmo ut, ;
.1-. '.-. ;'..' ." ' ' '
Wr.,1. a :r
i t.sr i - tii- 1 . m t
is a 1 w a v s w . 1 c ol
,!-ct T.'ar 1 .-p.,
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wuis mu'h cri.--.tr. t-
n 't a t tl k mg man - Iu
wished l.e cu!- , pr-
.vasi n. but
S"C :. 1 A i
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1.". "t'l.t 1 -
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Dr. ! '. 1 "
.en f a r ras- :.
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h i n g f i
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: j 4 F.
- ' - s: .te. i in ar.-w-r t-
' i ':! b icii liasiiod at K'ss
m - e. n -i L'l-od u:iafe.
i!r. immcns' r-pc.rt was r.-:fivcd.
1 1 v. ;ts given further tunc to report
up. -ri i ' plan oi action to protect the
I'r. Satchwell oiTereil a resolutiju on
I'rinkiiiij-Waier. which, after dicous--i.
'.i. vv.ts adopted.
1 .-. K. II. Lewis read a paper ou The
l .e. iiich lie s;ii 1 was intended more
I irti-ularly- for the people than for
the pr. 'l es-ion.
At the conclusion of the reading of
tic essay a motion was adopted to print
o: i circulate twenty thousand copies.
After some discussion on county
' .aids of health the conjoint meeting
i'resident Graham resumed the chair,
".n 1 on motion the society a Ijourned
i ailed to order bv the
,, ,., r, a- ... I
Dr. . i-.as. Duffy exhibited a patient
a child-to the Society that was threat-
. ned with permanent deformity of left
foot from a severe bvrn. He explained .
mode of treatment and showed what
persistent effort in such cases would ac
The committee on essayist for the
next annual meeting reportea . ;r. ueo.
g. ih"tnns of llmington. I he report
t .tnictt, e t . pr. scribe rules for
awi dii ; I' Uman pri::c was announced
Drs. li. T. Bahnsou. A. 15. Pierce and
W. D. lLlliard.
A. coLuniunication from the Woman's
Christian Temperance L'nion, relative
t i prescribing spirituous liojuors for
patients was laid on th table.
A communication relativo to practic
ing medicine contrary to law was ruled
out of order, the President holding that
it was a matter for the grand jury.
Dr. P.oo;h proceeded to read an essay
on treatment of certain inllainmatory
d Peases, and exhibited an instrument
of his own invention to be used iu such
Hi-- thooiv was discussed by Dr.
I he paper was referred to the com
mitteo on publication.
Dr. Chas. Lully submitted a report
for the committee on credentials which
Dr. Hahnson submitted further re- :
marks on the subject matter of Dr. !
Booth's essay and called on Dr. McGuire
to address the Society, who did so in-
telligeiuly and with force. i
I 'r. V.". J. Jones followed Dr. McGuire :
and pai-i him a high compliment though 1
not agreeing with him in some particu-.
Dr. Murphy withdrew- the communi
catiou submitted by him during the 1
morning session and moved that a com-!
mittee of three be appointed to act with
t h- board of censors in investigating the i
1 'r. Porter seconded the motion. The j
President ruled the motion out of or-1
Dr. Porter appealed from the decision 1
f t the chair. '
Vice-President Hahnson put the ques- i
tfon. "Does the society sustain the j
chair.-" The question was decided in i
Dr. Hahnson. after a few appropriate
remarks relative to the custom of the
so-iety. moved that Lr. Hunter Mc- j
Gtiiro bo elected an honorary member j
thereof. The motion was unanimously
a.loptesl by arising vote.
Dr. AV. J. Jones welcomed Dr. Mc
Guire ;i- a member in a few timely re
marks. Dr. McGuire came forward and very
feelingly as he said he could not do it
speakingly thanked the Society for the
Tb.e nominating committee submitted
the following report:
For President. Dr. Henry T. liahnson, .
. i Salem: Vice Presidents. Dr. G. G. i
Smith, ol Concord. Dr. J. L. Nicolson.
,.f Kichlands. Dr. CM. Pool, cf Salis
bury. Dr. 11. B. Ferguson, of Halifax:1
orator. Dr. M. Hayes, of Oxford: Com- I
mitttfe on Publication, Drs. T. F. Wood, i
Geo. CP Thomas.- WP T. Lnnett and J.
M . D.iker: Board of Censors. Drs. W. J.
L.ive. ( Ico. G. Thomas and W. W. Lane: '
Delegates to .American Medical Associa- 1
tion. Drs. A. B. Pierce. C. J. O'Hagan, '
N. J. l'ittman. S. D. Booth. Jno. H. '
Tucker. W, D. Hilliard, A. G. Carr. J. j
W. McNeil. F. M. Garrett. Eugene Oris- ;
som. Henry Tull and E. H. Horneday 1 1
Delegates to Virginia Medical Society.'
Drs. W. T. Cheatham. P. L. Murphy:
P- l "gat-s t- South Carolina 'Medical (
So. -i t. Drs. Geo. '.V. Graham. Chas.
Du'Ty and D. N. Pittnian: Secretary,
Julian M. Baker: Treasurer. K. L.
Ti.e r.-port was unanini nuly adopted.
t u motion i l Dr. Geo. W. Graham, it
eClJed t' hold the IP
.irr.ed to - o'cli-l:.
::n:n ; e . .y.
Called t-- or. id' at ? :
a i i.e l oiirt Lous- was well
i i ar i a lew ladies were .resent.
: . i i . A . Long, of Graham proceeded
Oliver the annual oration, taking
r hi.- subject. "Sjra.1 of ho Aims and
irposi'sof the Medical Profession. " It
is s!l(,rt. to the point, and replete with
"i practical sense.
pr. F.c.'t moved ti'.a; tl.e So.
i . . D i" . I .ng a vote of thank
a'-tiPP i.ddf. ss. and that it be
i! PsL-d in the voPitne of tran
ir: ie i unanimous! .
.V :;i"'.;uuto chaug- tl.e time of the
.eetiug lrom May t tne ;rid
i- iu April, brought on a lively
s participated in by Drs.
.1 -hw-ell. Pierce. Knox and
lie i not: on w as adopted.
. s v, :
. ; r ..-
e- . '11
i u as
r.u in .ve 1 t:
W . T.
'ended to 1 1 s by t-e c-tiz. ns c f r 'v
)!- me. We w i-ih thera to bo assured of
cur appreciation of their kindness. We
shall carry away with us to our homes
the most delightful recollections of their
town and its people.
I move the adoption of the following
P That the thanks, of the Society are
duo to its New Herrie members for their
invitation to visit this beautiful city, so
important and interesting in the history
of the State.
2. That our unstinted gratitude is ;
hen-by tendered to the citizens of "ew
lie-rne for the hearty welco jie and ;
generous hospitality with which they "
have seconded the invitation of their
medical representatives. I
3. That we shall hold ourselves under
lasting obligations for the countless
civilities received by us from members I
of kindred professions, representatives j
of the presB and commercial bodies,
r. ilroad and steamboat officials and all
others who in either a public or private I
capacity have contributed to the pleas- j
ure and interest of this memorable oc- j
1. That a copy of these resolutions be !
spread upon the minutes of the Society. '
Dr. John McDonald seconded the reso-!
lutions in a very appropriate speech in
I which he stated that he and Dr. Jos.
Graham, the President, were both natives
: of New Berne, and, he believed, born
in the same house. This Act was prob
j ably known by but few present. At
j the conclusion of his speech
I F. M. Simmons. Esq. was
called for to respond on the
t of the Cotton and Grain Exchange,
the Board of Xrade tQe old Dominion
s s Co and the citizens of New Berne
v,ir.h ha jjj ,- his allnl humv stvle
I We will not do him the injustice to at-
tempt a synopsis of his speech, but suf
fice it to say, it was appropriate, to the
point, eloquent and complimentary to
the ladies as well as the Medical pro
I The resolutions were put and unan
I imously adopted.
I EVENING SESSION.
I The society was called to order at 3
' Dr. Young moved that the following
' gentlemen be appointed committee of
arrangements for the next annual meet
ing to be held at Charlotte: Drs. Geo.
W. Graham, J. P. McCombs, S. B. Jones,
Ii. H. Gibbons and H. M. Wilder.
j The President announced that the
! hour had arrived for the installation of
j officers. Drs. McDonald and Smith
j were appointed to conduct the newly
I elected President to the chair.
Dr. Graham, the retiring President,
1 in a few well chosen remarks surren
dered the gavel to Dr. Bahnson, who
was presented to the Society by Dr.
McDonald. Dr. Bahnson, on assuming
the chair, briefly addressed the Society
on the responsibilities which he felt
would devolve upon him, and promised
a faithful and impartial discharge of its
duties so far as lay in his power.
Several papers on differenttopics were
submitted and refered to the publication
committee, and some clinical discussions
were engaged in.
The President appointed the follow--ing
Chairmen of sections.
On Practice of Medicine Dr. Isaac
On Surgery Dr. Frank Brow n.
On Medical Jurisprudence Dr. Sion
On Pathology and Miscroscopy Dr.
D. T. Tayloe.
Obstetrics and Gynaecology E. M.
Materia Medica Dr. V. L. Crump.
Disease of Children Dr. L-. W. Bat
tle. After some further routine business a
motion to adjourn to meet at Charlotte
on the 2d Wednesday in April, 1887,
was put and carried. Dr. Bahnson
brought down the gavel and declared
the Medical Society of North Carolina
anub cioseu a most uaituouiouB,ou w c .
believe, to the members of the profes-! luuuui "w",
sion. profitable session of the Medical Sos could not overcome a Wind Of tfiir
ciety of North Carolina. The citizen- j teen miles an hour, but those who
of New Berne endeavored to make their nave studied the subject say that
stay among us pleasant, and we have SQ mach progress has 'been made a
succeeded in doing that thing.
portment of the members of the society
while with us was that of dignihed, hon
In their deliberations they manifested
an interest in the welfare of the people
of the whole State, utterly void of sel
fishness, and a desire to attain to the
highest standard of excellence in their
profession. The medical Society of
North Carolina is capable of doing and
is doing a good work. We wi5h it God
speed, and may the members thereof
come again, at no distant day, among
us to hold their deliberations.
During the present session of the So
ciety, the following new members have
Fleet J. Cooper, Hiyes; Thomas Bul
lock. Blackridge; C. J. Mattocks, Pol
loksville: H. C. Jackson, Pittsboro; Gas
ton H. Dodd, Clayton; R. W. Hanes,
Laurinburg: D. B. Zollicoffer, Garys
burg; E. M. Littlejohn. Thomasville: E.
II. Bobbitt. Salem Springs. Ya.; V. S.
Hassell, Jamesville: J. M. Boyette,
Little River: S. P. Sparrow, Sladesville:
E. Rise Dorsett, Salisbury: R. V.
Thomas. Durham; Edward Clark, Mid
dleton: B. S. Utley, Holly Springs :Frel
A. Whitaker, Trenton; James L. Man
ney, Beaufort: Chas. Duffy, Catharine
Lake: M. W. Harper, Harpers; H. T.
Chap.n. Pittsboro: H. H. Harris, Wake
r oresi : sc.muei i. iuciiese. ouuesviwe.
W. li. Ward, Plymouth; M. IP Robin
sou. ( 1 jldsboro.
Tin: tiPNNY Side. 1 was a
fanner's daughter, and have beeu
a farmrr's wile for 11 years, and I
would not change my position for
any other that 1 know of. l!ut you
say we have to work so hard 1 1
don't think so. For my part, I en
joy my work, all of it. even to the
washing ofmy kitchen lloor, and I
don't consider it any drudgery,
either. And many'of us have our
kitchen girls, as well as our city sis
ters, but we prefer to do our own
cooking, and we know how. F.very
hotiM'k-eper should know how to do
herwoik. then .she Lnows
to direct a gn 1 wisely.
lou't give us the credit ot
jinilv the jt'.ir around.
Don't we have the best ol every-,
thing fresh, tool' plenty of chick
ens, nice hams, both beet and pork,
all o! otn own curing: all the milk,
i-reani. batter and eggs that we
want, and in the season all the ni.-c
things from the garden that our city
coiisins enjoy so much' Indeed
e don't live on pork all the time.
Think of the pleasant lides we
aii'.'. with a gentle horse almost ,ii
w.. at oar command, and it' pie
in- :i arc I .u.-v and thov iisii.ila
to the b.pii
.r si ad t he
and 1L years they know how
liicss and hitch Daisv to t he
;e as well
ii: soon e.i
every s" e;
:.-.e. it you
we do .and
d 'tl' we g' '. en
tile ride 'in the
,i ,s r
":- ri.-;:Ifiirai Colleges.
Th' re sec::.- ic n treat diver
sity ol' opinion i.i regard to the ad
vantages to be derived from agri
cultural collets, it must be evi
dent to all that the right kind of
book learning aids the tiller of the
soil. In England, years ago, fehe
average yield of wheat was ten
bushels to the acre; now it is said
to be thirty bushels to the acre.
This increase, ot production is at
tributed to the increase of knowl
edge among the cultivators of the
hind. The time will come when
wheat will be raised with profit On
the old fields of IN'ew England. Witt;"
the right kind of fertilizers, thous
ands of acres of land, now lying al
most useless, might be made to pro
duce thirty bushels of wheat to the
acre, and thus be a scarce of profit
to the farmer. This must be done
by learning the nature of the soil,
and what kind of mantxre is neceS-
sary to produce a 00(1 CTOpOf wheat '
The Vlouqhman. iu -SDeakinff UDOn
this topic, says :
"It is self-evident that original ,,
investigation by way of the most '
careful experiment, ought to consti
tute the leading and primary dnty i
of every agricultural college, and p.
that the results of these experiments
should be reported from year to
year in an authoritative form, for ,
the benefit of the .people. Nor is it .
sufficient that each college 6hoali
experiment by itself independently."
They should act in unison, on some
fixed and well considered plan,' all u
trying the same experiments, .and ;
reporting minutely the attendant
circumstances, and the results, fair
ly, fully find impartially, and witn- "
out any effort to establish pre-6H- '
ceived theories. In this waj we il
should soon arrive at more comprg?n.
hensive and accurate results than '
we have hitherto obtained, and he
colleges would pay for all the money''
invested by the public in their 8 "
"Another very important settfcfe
to the public would be . the raising,'-'
of pure and trust-worthy seeUfl- oL,
all our cultivated plants. The los8(,t
to the community every year from ' '
bad or imperfect seed, is something"
enormous. The agricultural college- '
can do much to remedy this -evil,'.',
and gain a reputation which will se-j
cure them a continued market.' '
Aerial Navigation Again. '
It really seems as if the French"
scientists have accomplished "the '
first steps in the navigation of the
air. The Mongolfler Brothers were .
the first who made use of balloons .(
filled with hot air to reach high' al-'
titudes, and to Messrs. Tissandiere '
Renard, and Krebs is the world in
debted for machines which will -really
travel to and from a given ...
point, provided the velocity of the
wind is not too groat. In 1883 M.
Tissandiere constructed a machine
which made nino miles an hoar.
This attracted tho attention of'the
French military authorities, and
further experiments were conducted ,
by engineers Itenard and Krs.
These officers havo made thirteen :'
miles an hour with a manageable '
machine which they succeeded' in
bringing back to its starting-point..
- i i.,,,... M.r.-
JJ 1 L u tl V. 1 V .' i liv ii i-'inu niuvuvtivu
will eventually be built which can ,
hold their direction in anything less
than a gale. What a pity, some
great American capitalist does not
devote a portion of his wealth to- .'
perfecting this means oi navigation! r
In France, unfortunately, all the ex- .
periments are designed for war pur
poses. The French wish in their
next war with Germany to be able
to destroy armies and fortresses by
dropping dynamite and other ex
plosives from the very skies. Were;
this matter to be taken up, how
ever, iu the United States, it would'
be to devise a new and woaderfnli
means of communication between
the different parts of the. earth. It
would be delightful to live another
century, when air communication1
will be as common as land or oceans'
communication is today.-DemoresVn
An English wriu-r says that
when things are going wrong, wo-'
men show to the best advantage.
' jj0 illu.strotes
his remark by the
touching story of the wife of John
K. Green, the historian, who was
cut oil' in the zenith of his fame.
What Mrs. Green said of her
husband's persistency at v?ork dar
ing his fatal illness, was told in the
Companion last wi ck. She did not'
tell whut part she look in theheroip,
work. Yet she tended him witb
such skillful care a to prolong hits
life;and she was more than a nurse.
She was his amanuensis, riting at
his dictation: his piivate secretary,
consulting-authorities and examin
ing obscure pel n t s. thus doing for
him woik which he could not do.
It wa.s by her sympathetic and
intelligent h lp that the book was
prepared, lie could not work more
than two hours a day, and often,
weeks passed when he could not do
the slightest mental labor. In those
days of i n forced idleness, she was
busy -getting ready matter for him
towoikovei- when the propitious
hoars shop' 1 coTee.
Sir Willi tun Napier, the histo
rian of tii.- 'i'i:::;s;!.i!' War, was
effectively helped by bis wifeinlhe
i .rot i.i rat ion t hi gie.it work. A
of documents, some
cipher, had to be
i epitomized. Lady
ii. The historian's
::. almost illegible,
id hardly read it after
. it ten L'-l hoj,irs.
i - ; .ugh. interlined
.I a . ; v el them for
Pe .P i' ;-!!. reading,
- p -pi .-. copy
: .. o.iv ncgiecting
it had la
wit h n
o 1 .lie pi. i ,:' a large
v ppp-pci le.-.rnod of her
: i !; ::. : ' !.- contents of
p'a 1 ii i il'i e's portifo
the coi i-pondence cap
letci'ia. he said:
1.1 li pi . given twenty-.:::.'-;
. .. iiy person who
sLlil !T1 it
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s. : : i : r-a 1 a c. m i: , u r : -at ; :: i::f r r . ' ;
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loin tiiis (or me in- the
.-)'..'','. ( 'nnpunion.
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