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I X 137 FEN DlTXT I ?s ALL THING
Torma 3H.OO rer Tenr.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, X. ( .. Ji XE 2. i
Some have plr uty, some have more,
We have enough ami so much to spare
To talk to you matters concerning our et-ore.
tlii tlvif wo liAVAn't lisul iinv fair comment on the above inscription is
whi v. cUW. . , , - ..Did you ever he&r or read four word 3
CbMee' sooner, to tell yoa, that our nw spring goods have come in, and more pathetioY'T
wSiit'k Btill better we have sokl a good quantity of them already, but My packet I've closed and for label I'll
w mmm h . write an enigma ther
not enoagb to break the immense assortment In the various branches of Let the dullards hereafter unriddle it.
''Only a woman's hair!"
rXtom J)RESS GOODS the new lead.ng shades, "TJ.;
3 Ijinxams. Pbngees, India Lawns, Piques, Em-, ButKtoofV.dai" keen "
C brpjdflTt DrflM Hob68 80 on- -nci where the love so pathetic as that
t. iiif-'j'- i ' . whioh would fain express
M ln W XOtiOIlS, Handkerchiefs, Buttons, BtlOh Endearment by mimic assumption of
" " - 1 . . . . , . , , slighting and bKterneesV
icxt Everlasting Trimmings, Embroideries, Para-
. 4 ii v It was "only a woman's heart, so un
OlS i TinoM styles, in fact we cannot enumerate all we hare 8uiiiea and tender and ay,
f m- , i. i That was wronged and fretted and
. " ' W ' broken by ruthless neglect and dslay?
ONLY A WOMAN'S HAIH. ORTlf C.VKOI.IW IN Til K WW.
! Written on a paper containing
I "Stella's" hair, by Dean Swift. He
says elsewhere that she 'was looked
j upon as one of the most beautiful.
' graceful, and agreeable young women
in T,ondoii. Her hair was
blocker than a raven', and every feature Jiistlv proud of all 'on federate m1-
- . rm i . ' ...
oi ner iace m perieoiion. laacneraj a diei'S, Vet as Citizens ol t ins Mate
we have a peculiar pride in the
I'KOM MEMORIAL ADDRESS AT",YII..
MIXTtTON OF Mlt. TI. A. l."Nt
IT riTTST,! R( i.
"While aa Snulliornei'-;
( arteret New- i'nriii..i 1 iiiinu'
Crojis Siiiuhij s, huul Pii nil-- sti.l i-
I lniFui: .1 ' ! " i: n ;. : - i i,. : . .;
poise Ik.I'.I Oi ln'i a" the .':. Ii
Path" fishery un B.iue b.uiks the
first week in May was rxeeeded ly
the same crew the s un, week, tins
fTjfQT MADE CLOTHING ia any .paantity for Jfen
AQd boys Plenty of Shoes at all prices, besides the well known
Ziegiar Bros. make. Gents' Hats, Neckwear, "d
M foTtk. Pant Goods from 10 cte. per yard to tl.75.
Furniture, Furniture, Glassware and Groceries,
in truth moet anything needed ti at may add to your happiness,
Wka yon Will STirely procure by giving year patronage
to Tours sincerely,
sign of "The Celebrated Pearl Shirt."
soldiers of North Carolina. N'n
State in t he i-jonthern Confederae.'.
did its duty more faithfully than
.North Carolina, and no soldiers in
the Confederate army lonuht more
bravely or sutl'ered more heavily
than did the troops from the 'Old
North State'.'" Without wishing
to draw iuvidions eompan-ous or
detract in anything from the glors
won by all Confederate soldiers,
yet ujxm this occasion 1 must be
pardoned for brietly e-illing ar
tieular attention to some of the
exploits of North Carolina's sol
vna one ana tne same was tne outrage
which her of her life bereft At the beginning of the war the
And me to the righteous doom of a self- white population of North Carolina
p. isoned solitude left; was only 021), and vet he fur
For twas T in the pride and unrest ofj to tbo Confederate army
my spirit, w4h deigned not to bear near o; 0nn soldiers Tn otheV
The restraint of a bond even silken as I nearjy I-0" souiiers . I n othu
"only a woman's hair!" ; words, one-fifth of .North ( ai olma's
enure wnice population was in tne
Conderate army ! The total num
ber of soldiers in the ontederate
last haul running up :
is believed to b-- the 1
haul ever made u
Neail ? 1,000 was
fishery in two da s.
is not contiuuous. i,i r
I11S CL0T1UUG tLlHUHIULl
to the Star lately ooenpied by Wm. Hoi lister, where with more Room to display
tUfl luufoasei Stook, h is, with the assistance of
tr SAMUKL it.
pr9ci ttt abow mad sell at Hard Paa Prices ,
Tha FINEST. NOBBIEST, NEATEST, PBETTXEST and BEST
Gents Jtraishlngr Goods,
Straw, Derby and Fnr Hats,
... Boots and- Bnoei,
Dry Goods, Etc, Etc.
I AM SOLE AGENT FOB
L L UITLEJ' KTS CUP SEWED $2.50 SHOES
The only Shoes sold In this city that are WARKA-VT-ED-
by the Manufttetnrar TO MK and BY US TO MT
CCSroMKRH, Tic Kverypatr W WamMtoi shoaht
any of them In any 1ry within any reasonable time
civ eat, I trill wpan rtnrn o damaged paii and stat
mmxtm to lei(U of wr, iithib urcso the Mohit
orarriAXonn xiv paxr iw hchajqi. It la tbe
.bwat. ftaaat and ehaapeat Shoe In Vne world for the
mootr. Tbareoaae la Bntton. Flaln ol Sharp Toed
Puns i and lc Up Hh
Little raven curls! you were "only "the
frame of my darling 's face! "
You are "only" all that butvivoh of her
buried bauty and grace'
You are "only" a type of the heart
strings uncoiled from her level above
And entwining my grosser nature with
tendrils of faitband love'
'Mid the rankling of blighted ambition,
the goading of savage despair.
She was my "only solace and safeguard
and you are "only" her hair!
Wleaned from Our Exchanges.
army was auour oou,oio, so then,
North Carolina furnished i ink-fifth
of all the troops that constituted
the Confederate army! North
Carolina's troop consisted of (!(
repiments of infantry. 7 of cavalry.
3 of artillery, and battalii ns of in
fantry, 7 of cavalry and 1 of artil
lery. While we refer with pride
to the large number ot troops fur
nished by our State, we recall with
etill irreater pride their unsurpassed
ralor and heroism. Alwavs placed
Fayetteville Evening Neics : One at the post of greatest danger in
Nathan Hodges, col., attempted I the front in every assault and pro
rape on the person of Mrs. Lenorah tecting the rear in every retreat
Baie, a white lady, near Godwin's ! the soldiers of North Carolina on
Station, on the Wilson Short Oat ; every battle-field immortalivd
tioa to all purchasing from ns-
mlala from some of oar beat and lead-
Is eltlBMia, who bars bought the "BATTLES 8 HOE.
some of which have von one pair aa long as 11 months,
and ftrooonaee It the Beat, Cheapest and Easiest Viemj
Ins. Enoa tn the worth.
ft mn inspection of our Stock and guarantee entire BatWao-
R. K. yesterday morning: . and
j was bronght down to Fayetteville
for safe keeping.
! Washington Progress : We have
j daring the past week interviewed
a number ot farmers from all parts
of the county, and nearly all tell as
that their stand of corn and cotton
Middle Street, at Wm. Hollieter's Old Stand, Sign of Flag.
prospects for a good crop is very
f Buteigh Xetcs and Obterrer : The
total eost of the new Edenton
Street Met bodst ' chnrcb, which was
f-dedieted lawt Sanday, amounts to
over WioSmv, all of which has been
paid. To raise this amount ofl
money required pSMeot and care
fal work. March is dne to the
noble ladies of the church who
wltb unswerving devotion and
energy for the building cause
Mpi&g ;lnnBUnGemeiiI m.
.?C2 .-AC 7- vi.3 ei. -.1' -
. cS&Cl71 to call the attention of our Cus
tomer. and, iiiends to onr elegant stock of
Omt Stock ie kv nearly eemplst. ad wo aro preTvare-l to give you
GOOD CLOTHING AT LOW FIGURES.
-TjM f!Qliowii aci that our Sixits.gire better satisfaction than any
woa eaA tqd in the city. Why t Because wc buy from the best houses, and
ajaen gnirantee an article yoa can depend on it, and any irucle that does
Jiot rait may be returned and money refanded.
BLUB SUITS, 15.00 to $10.00. Our 10.00 Suit wc guarantee. East
ojor; if it fade we return yonr money.
Our line of $10.00 Suits can not be matched in New Berne so they all tag
'& aa4 see us ix ym want a suit of any kind ; if we can't suit you out
of stock we eaut order it for you.
Wo havo as usual the finest line of STRAW HATS in the city,
We: Straw Ht a speeiadty. Mackinaw Straw Hats 50c up.
Wo wkh to 11 attention to our line of MEN'S FINE SHOES.
Adams St Co. ' and James Means & Co.'s. We are sole agents here.
Our stock of NECKWEAE is very complete, and is being constantly
, ; Layg line of GKNTfi' FUitKISHLNG3, consisting of Underwear, Sus
peiidera, H. Hose, Garters, Collars and Caffs, etc.
Trunks and- Vahaes, Btraw Mattings, Pine Straw flattings and Carpets.
Nice lot of Porpoise Hide Shoe Laces.
Do not buy before you see us.
: HOWAfcD & JONES.
i . ii . i .
themselves and their State, lu the
first battle of the war at Big
Bethel, on tlie 10th of June. l.St'.l
North Carolina troops under I). II.
Hill gallantly repulsed the Federal
troops under Bea"st Butler; and on
the historic hills at Appomattox,
on the Oth of April, iso'5 , North
is much better than usual, and the i Carolina troops under the gallant
Grimes were the foremost in the
last charge and fired the last volley.
In every battle fought and victory
won by the glorious old Army ot
Northern Virginia, North Carolina
soldiers were the heaviest sufferers.
In the seven days' battle around
Richmond, in the summer of ISO:.',
there were 92 Confederate regi
ments, and 40 of them were from
North Carolina, and more than halt
of the total killed and wounded
were our brave North Carolinians.
i i pi n-;ii.. M., i Jii '
rtnrinc the, mnnw r wirntrnpttftn " '
raised and contributed over ?3,000 i th,ere wer inf rb"
of the amount. i ?,des' .an.d f llU the ot-'derate?
. T . i there killed or wounded, one half
BOJUioke &ev$ : It is rumored were from North Carolina. On the
that the Lobdell Car Wheel Com- faUl tioltl of Gettysburg North
pany, ol Wilmington, Delaware, Carolina had .JS regimen ts and -has
re;ntly purchased the iron ( battalion, and the dead Coufi-de-property
near Gaaton and will soon jrate8 fouml fartherest in the i'ede
commence. the development of the ral liuea ou Cemetery Bulge were
mine. In this county are said to North Carolinians. At Beams
be conslderabre bds of hematite. Statioili in Augustt iot, after the
Thia ore is known aa specular, and first e)vurts of the Confederates to
Contains some magnetic grains 3ia- dislodge the enemy had tailed, the
semltated throngh the mass. It tbree North Carolina brigades
will assay up to GO per cent, metalic of c00ke, JlcRae and Lane con
iron, with some phosphorus. All; 8isting of orjv 1750 men were or
these ores are remarkably pure and dered t0 the charge, and so success
are adapted to the manufacture of ful wer0 thcy that tbey uot only
8t6wl. J routed the enemy but captured 2,100
uarnam iieir: j. wo more iami-; nnsoners. At Snottsvlvaniu in
Mav. ISOl. Ramseur's brigade
immortalized itself by a charge,
lor which General i4ee in person
lies left Durham Saturday morning,
en route for Chattanooga, Tenn.
This is the fourth family that has
gone to that place daring the past ; thanked th-em. telling: them that
month. Three of them went through ; "thev deserved the thanks of the
the country in open wagons.
The electric lights in Dai-ham kill
War, War, War,
IjOoL: Oxrt for tIio War
country tbey had saved his
armv.'! During the whole war no
arjouc ou WDaccoraea every nignt, j body of troops sutlereu more
and at least quart of mosquitoes j heavily in any one engagement
are taken from the globes every j than did the oth regiment at Wil
morning. At the least calolation Jamsburg, the Uh regiment at
one tobacco fly will lay 1,000 eggs, i Seven Pines, the '.rd regiment at
each of which will produce a to- Sharpsburg, the 20th regiment at
Gettysburg and the 27th regiment
at Bristoe Station. At Williams
burg, on the oth, of May, 1SG2, the
Fifth North Carolina regiment,
whose colonel was your dis
tinguished townsman Duncan K.
and missing l'.7 out of 2 lit. At
Seven Pines, on the 31st of May.
1802, the -Ith.regiment, commanded
by the "bravest of the bravo'
Bryan Grimes went into battle
with 2o officers and o20 nou-com-missioued
oEBeers and privates, and
of that number every ofticer, ex
cept one, and 4t2 men were either
killed or wounded. At Sharps
burg, on the 17th of September,
1S02, the glorious old Third Regi
ment of which Wilmington is so
HAVDTG JUST RETURNED FRO.M THE NORTH WITH
A Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
. Shoes, Eats. Caps, Notions,
aa4 etjt$ing you eftuvcallfor usually kept in a first class Dry Goods Store,
I am determined to open war against rackets and high prices.
To prove tie same I quote some of my prices :
. 'Had low as o.; Srniee hat for 25c.: and for 50c. I ean give you a fine
eVud Shoes, I ean assoniah the natives. Why I can give you a Ladies'
Button Shoo for 97c; m nice Foied Gaiter, only 65c. I ilo have a nice line
If .adieu Low Quarter Shoes, 9Se. In fact I have a large and well selected
wuk ot 8hoes, and guarantee prices to suit the times.
Tnre nice Handkerchiefs for 5c. Also a nice Linen Handkerchief for 5e.
aleo nave a well selected line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
good Unlaundried Shirt from 35c. to 50c.
A Targe and well selected line of Neck Wear; Scarfs 2c. up to 0c.
Looafut this I Wiy, I can give you
bacco worm. Multiply 750 by 1,000
and you have 750,000. Thia is the
enormous number of tobacco worms
killed every night by the electric
lights. Enough to eat up twenty
five two horse wagon loads of to
Charlotte Chronicle : Burglars
operated quite successfully at
Black's Station, on the Air Line
Toad, last Saturday night, making
a big haul of greenbacks. Some
tftne between ten o'clock Saturday
night and daylight Sunday morn
ing, the store of Messrs. Lipscomb
& Howe, at that place, was broken
into by burglars and the safe in
the store was robbed of the sum of
$G36. 47, of which only $258.55 be
longed to the store. We are not
informed as tt
which the safe
understand that it was the work of
parties who are believed to be ex
perts at the business. It is thought
to have been the work of a party
of sharpers who stayed at Black's
long enough to look about and And
out where they could make a good
ban!, and that after getting in
2 lit. This
n 1.0 it- by this
1 r this luck
iii a 'poises do
no! mil every day. and the sea is
often too rough to llo.it t h'1:-
This industry is an impoi ; aa; ad
dition to the business of n.ir ji-dn-! -men
and merchants, and we hope
for its long last. Porpoises are
voracious lisu eaters, and it is be
lieved and hoped that catching
them up will allow a large increase
of those Iisl oil which they prey.
There ; . -4viiJt"t....P, preuiiar about
a porpoise wonderfully alei:. and
one of the strongest and swiftest
swimmers when frightened, vet
thev will allow the flimsiest en
closure to pen them, and then they
become quite as lambs, bobbing up
and down in the water without the
slightest etl'ort to e.-cape. A eine
is thrown around them made . f
twine as small as a perch lis!, ag
line, through which the smallest
porpoise could make his way wit 1:
much trying, yet will not exee;;
under extraordinary circumstance -;.
As soon as penned with this long,
tiirusy seine i; nn:r si-art rnv
these jiowerful fish, me of them
over ten feet long, become gentle,
and allow any amount of handling
without resistance. 'To get them
on shore a stronger seine made of
one Quarter inch cord is used io
draw t hem up.
Bogue sound fanners an- doing
well. Tiir seasons since May cune
:n have been favorable and crops
are being rapidly cleaned of grass
and are looking well. The "wink
ing out'' season is about over, and
corn, cotton, peanuts. ie., all are
being '-sided up" with clean fiesii
dirt for their permeating rootlets
to supply the plants with food and
moisture. Manured crops icith
hou crtili-erx uone others are
used on Bogue sound), are es
pecially looking well. Thus it is
demonstrated year by year thai
feeding crops makes them vigorous,
strong ami productive. But though
everybody knows that manuring
makes better; crops, improves the
laud, heightens the hopes and en
larges the pleasures of the hus
bandman, and withal it is well
known to be, without doubt, the
most reasonable course to be pur-
ued in the farmer's vocation, yet
this is generally neglected. The
wonder is so few practice what is
so apparent to their best interest.
Ihe stand ot watermelons this
season is unusually good, and
though the season was so back
ward, the vines are putting out
runners, ami in ten uavs more wi.i
be three or four feet ioug.
The Oak Grove Sanday School
of this place accepted an invita
tion and joined Hull Swamp Sun-
lay School in a picnic not long
since. I lie day was pleasant, the
lir ladened t'with the mellow per
fume of the odorous jessamine and
honey-suckle; the trees and shrub
bery bending beneath the weight
of their rich green (oilage, added
to the charms of the .surroundings.
uid heightened the joys of the oc
casion. e received a cordial re
ception at the hands of those warm
hearted ami liberal people at Huh
Swamp, and nothing was spared on
their part to make everybody hap
py. The dinner was just mag
uilicent. and in a large sense de
monstrated the liberality of those
people. The Oak Grove School
with a grateful heart hopes tore-'
eiprocato this kind treatment next
spring in a similar occasion here.
.We shall do our best, and it will
take our best to repay the kind at
tention which we received at the
hands of the Hull Swamp School.
We regret to have to chronicle a
store robbery that took place a few
days ago at Pelletier's mill in this
ownship. There seems to have
j been several thieves in the gang,
as they succeeded in carrying away
a heavy booty of plug tobacco,
sugar, &c. Mr. L. F. Pelletier was
I the victim. He thinks lie bus a
Icluetothe thieves, and has had
i precepts issued for the arrest and
t rial of cei tain par a - e regret
to have to announce, in this
connection, that Mr. V. has
been opposed by certain par
rej' I.'.i -Th-
( '-irei ll. ,
Tr,i' l i i ; i r
hi' i-(,:. m
'.ilh- 'irrd iri
We.i ni.'r-.i - v
1 r. i J.
w lu re ; j
f t!c tr.
'lern : r.:
k in .u n i !
- a : i ;
i 1 :
: ,-tiiii c
un,,-.,l by u
' I irefathers
" lUiin, but
: !- 'v.'. : -!ei:--..
oi.- -r..t.- I Ki'-nii'N. "nil the
mn -tillni" ' hehl; friends.
conipuniot:. kinilrnl. loved ones en
earth were ;ill around us. many .'nrk.'il
by Ati'.telj- pili s el monumental marble,
others by j 1 .i i n rlabs that told the simple
story of tli- lives, other. s'.iil by sunken
mounds: s,.ir)ie names were traditi su.
- im.-bwt a riieninry aud some had faded
from t!," rnemoiy i f living men. All
dust . Ail i ipial i:i
democracy of li;iil .
its nif.u r:: fu i walks t
ii,...:;:ii , "J-,iJ- l tlir Itoarfl of
inn m lsv!onf-r of Craven County at
:;;-iilar Tlonllilj- ?lerlnei H-lil
nnitf VI rs t ii on !n y I n 71 ay ) 187.
1 :i re-ccuDt of p ior: Wm. Cleve for
:;. I' o r Cf. for II. Kite, $1..0: Wm.
lit i ri- ! ,r V. Moore. .-J 50: Sarah Ileri
fi.;o. If :.nd ehi;d. .-i.fo. for M. E. ,
,! .1:. oi': Ili-i.ry Wells. fc-J.Oi): Aman
il.ili i'iaii.-. .-'(.!: A. Toler for Dan
K i M-,:. V, sley Uray. 2.dO:
rrMH Ipurk f r J!. I.atliinghouKe.
.' ' : ? I .ry l-itlin. 81 )!': Witsh. Spivcy
f..r V.'m. 1' iwpn. s'1,',0: L. Austin for
van i; v
i r-. :
i U r i:
We pondered amid
if lessons of human
we ti lt that it was well for us
u I l.-ft. we tru-t. a
- i e :.. 1 1 1 1 e l gunou I 'll
y i: Wi - ii-' Ur-in-,' ,1 ri'oiu
., r J 'la. i hi d,e.- i d' New lierne
a loinnoLtie I n meet a com -ti,.-
liioi'i-se of North Carolina
!in:io,th!y if it could, a dispute
twi-en the two diocoses as to
; ret c ion if the will of thelate
y !'. Smith of Orange, in its be
i h uacy to the then undivided
f N'oitli Carolina, and if not
tl.i u o;herwip. legally. The
n was aj'firovpd and afterward
' i' ii of appointment came up.
nuttu'B of M-ij ir John Hughes
i ric. Hon. V. p. Kodman, of
ton I Ihincan K. McRea of
t m. w-re sutTt-sted ai the com-
linally it was referred to
f the Ih ieiseto make the
i '-n .
ai rcrle i
and r -
S.;n An?' :
. a, o; ii ;
( 'oal i viinp&t;y.
l . , were suspend i
y. Nearly one
wr r- f!::.;. ye '
-r Ae-'in. .--1 "i': ( 'elia Heritage,
'; .1 iiri H. Hell for J. W. Cox.:
' F'-.r-r.e.. I .'Rott, .l.-W: Ilagar
' : ." Ce'sar ( 'onner. jjl.r.0: Ret-.
N-l- p. -1 1 1'1: ,. A. I.loyd. sM.50: 1
. C . " e, ly for lidney Hrown. Si. 50:.'
Westbroolc, si. 00: W. H. Griffin
r s iinon i .' a cm , S 1 .(-0 . Thomas Harris., i
f M. ilahn for Dan McCray. 1.50: I
-ii 1:. Cunnersim. -1 00: J.Wiley and I
: - "i en. Jt-ir.-i - on ('. Davis for J. ,
111. r.arii-c s "'. Caesar Hecton for
ii. 'I ii i ".a M .rv . . Willett,
1' ie f'l.I.iw n, i.iaiiiM were allowed,
c s.ime in each case being the same
claimed : Rachael Ireland, keeper
Thl powder never vane, a surrtl ol
pnrlty.itretiKth, and wboIeaotneneM. Mot
oonomloal tban the ordlnry kinds, and un
not be gold In competition with the mulUtad
of low test, ahort weight, alum or PhoanM
powdera. Bold only la oana. HOT XI. Basi.
PoWMi Oo.. 106 Wall-it.. N. T. DOTU-tvdw
For sale in Newborn by Alex. Miller.
to app .,o
m I tie" "'f
t' ' ad j ii -1
Ml.-- M ir.
pil'st ( 1
L)l' iC- r .
am i -aoly
n solnt i- e
of Now 1 i
.the I i -in p
app oi.cti:!' i,t . Tie- di-cussion of tl.o
subj-i t was 1 y Maj r Hughes. Col. At
kinson r f Wilmington and Dr. DeRoa
sett of W ll m i ngton .
Sermons were d-liveredon Wednes
day night by li 'v. Dr. I.iw is. Rector of
iiareh Wilmington, on
Tiun- by Rv. R. J. Walk
clh Cavanl on Thursday
'. Mr Fvorn of Crusswell.
.:'ir:-.tr the session of the
on Thursday morning.
pari-hes were represented
1 sixteen clergymen
was lo.l i
eartii c ivt
.iiiod f .it.
'.: y ir.d
aruier r i
: to dig
m and the
1 it) juries,
u- r. . who
a w v i 1 . w i o n i h
yi;iii: ; v. ojr, i:
iiTT. C.-C 17
s Iri Pr. ST. 00: E. Quidley,
f art house .--10.00: John T.
Io p-r of Cii-rciniiiil bridge,
! . 1 ! untt r. for build ing bridge
r pr ng (,f siocumb s creek, . Near Market Dock, Ittiddlo St..
l.i' a. i i j tr i ".mm liuunc1!
RED LIGHT SALOON,
ion by i ;.n;-i:
e of Cood T
.- : :n
er of 11, iz J
niiilu by R v
and by other
in the Connm
were in attendance. Its proceedings
were h -.rniomous. and no question of
ecclesiastical polity or practice disturb
ed it- deliberations.
duced by Dr. De
ll s-i-:- -,nd tinaliy referred to the Com
mittee ..n canons that the parishes in
the In .cose that were m arrears in their
assessments should not be entitled to
representation in the Council, was de
bated at some Piigth and referred. We
regard this resolution as an unwise
pr"p;isition of an eminently wise man.
It s.rik-s us that it ten Is to disintegra
tion and uieUr t xtraord inary circum
sl.vees mi;ht I- ave the Council without
a 'rnmni f.- the tran-acti.T, cf busi
A resoluti in by Col. Atkinson, to de
termine the nr-de and qualifications of
v,ier.s in th? elections of tiie parishes,
elicited soioe discus-ion of an earnest
character, the eaalitication of voters
without refer. ::.'e to the old customs oi
some pari-hes beint: advocated by Col.
Atkinson lor the resolution an I op
posed by .Mr. Suteron of Williamston
in opposition to the resolution. It was
finally referi e 1 for report.
The report of the Treasurer. 1 c. De-Ro?s-ett,
we regret did not. show a very
healthy !'.:ia:.eial exidbk. The atriug
ent times are felt everywhere in sacred
World id b-. ing held at S.irat";:
Neaviy every c-.unlry i;. tie- .
ri presented. Tiiere are '.-.vol:
session, the hi.;h: Vor:i.v C .n
and the Rigfit '-thy ' !. I
John Tii -in; a b '.
Hamilton. Oi.t.. left Tuc- :.:y i
a row on the 'o.,y in a s"iii:T. t..ki
him his wife. Mjcj Vincet.:. hi
sister, an three chillrcn. It
posed that the boat was. upset in
which sprang up shortly after tl
started out. as Mrs. Thompson
was washed ashore Wedm fd.o .
The walls of the dilapidated 1
Nos. 5 and 7 Hall Place. No-.-,
collapsed yesterday, burvirg t.-r
ers. Three were e .-. tricate.: un!
Seven were iujj-rcd morf or 1
' ously. They are Frit;' Ftipp,
Kopf. Daniel Duschale. -Vidian
man. Cnarles S;-hriedi r. '"r
Breekall and Chnrle-- Pt : i:.
The tomb of t.eti. 1 1 rant, at R.
I Fark. wall agaia bo d"co
flowers on Monday next by
Post. C27, of Brooklyn, assisted by F.
D. Morgan Post and Alexander Post, of
New j ork ei;y. Tuere wi
moria! service read from
Army ritual, and Rev.
. D.. will
a or ,ss r
0; Marearct O.idmun. cook, S3.00:
Dr.. I. F. Long, professional services,
s.'".s); K. (. Meadows & Co., medi
cinv'. :'r I'.'o J. J. Till -on, ag't.. rations
f t poor. Sa R l.t. C. Mosely. house
M. T. P.ryan. coftins snd
"yh. J. A. Bryan, Com., p; r
. S. W. Latham, Com., per
: .ge, .-i.hu; T. II, Malli
i diem and mileage, $5.00,
i n of l.i idgo. ?2.r,0: W. C.
r uiem. ct.PO; . M.
p- r diem. .-'9.00: O. .
of deeds, fees, etc..
,ng election returns,
in. sherilf, turnkey fees '
o i: a
a : i:
tl. : 111 .
' ; -:
i . - --
... c '. c ummonmg jurors felci-OO, con
', ', ing lunatics S9 :J0, feeding prison
ers. Si'.- CO. court coat 63.30, paid to
1 i ive Manly . "i. attention to board of
c anoni-sion.ors 00; R. W. Carpenter,
C S. C. court dockets. $22 US: New
! err.'.' J.e'KNAl.. advertising, 12. DO; M.
Ilahn. home rent. 87.50: Smallwood
.; Slover. merchandise, 1510.35; II. B.
Dully, t0.2a; II. 15. DuUy, S18.2
Minor, repairing bridge, 650. CO.
T"tal: support of poor, S252
partmcnt of justice, SSG.5G: miscella-
uc ''.:s. .- ''20. Sj; sherifT and jail fees, l
-'.'oar,. Agcregate for month. S66.9C. i
NEW BEBRTE, N. C,
IS WHERE YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND
Of every variety, in larfre or email
quantities. Also the FINEST GRADES
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
All of which will be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH !
John D. Dinkins, Salesman.
Our store is filled with
Provisions, Groceries, Canned
GUods, Dry Ooods, Crockery,
5: R. N. i Etc. We keep a full line of tbe
de-, Celebrated Prison Boots and
. o r i -Frank
lt:-d V. ith
. S. Grant
be a aic-
C. S. Parsons & Sons' Boots
ing. We will give you low figures.
We job Lorillard Snuff.
ROBERTS & BRO.,
Some of ti
tneir ariear.ages and an anditiou of a
small amount wa- made to their annual
assessments. Tie re were other proceed -ings
which e w ere un ible to attend:
attcrs. The income of
shows a deiicieney in the
onie four hundrel dollars
.' parishes were relieved of
At the li.'-o ,d' l
the Sharp trial then
jurors in the box.
hearing to friends
the Ives poo! Fill.
.' oi i
o I i.i.
A lex and
n of ti:
Tin: i'i:i.s 'Nm.i. ee t;
Majjr John Hughes,
is apparently, intellect
est of the lay meuiber
and probably Dr. Hu
ville.' and Dr. Lewis.
members. Major Hu:
C ' . N E.NTl- iN,
i f New Berne,
.ally, the strong-
of the Council
ke. of I-'ayette-
of s:. James'
of the clerical
lies is a big-
thoughtful man and
rrv much weight. Dr
it New York is nearly corn
Mayor Hewitt has decided to
veto the resolution of the board of
aldermen granting franchises t.; certain
electric light eompanic:- under nutri tions.
Twenty '.ran:-.- Ljar-F.- ! a :
train on the Now York Penn-v
1- a. vt uerable. sou,ew hat iimrni.
n -ci. nt ious and thoughtful nua
s always heard with attention,
wis ;s a younger and more vig-
the tramps .
. an I
. frui: ;
is caj ture.l
r - u i'a r n..
a.l an i . '. c.
local train :
ell'orts to brine; the uc-
ties in his
euseil to trial. Such lawlessness
ought to receive the condemnation
oft-very honest citizen Hmong- us.
and instead d" hampering an ell'oi t
to ascertain the guilty ones all
should join in and give our cordial
aid in ferrettinc out the thieves.
wounded, among the latter being ; E . Imui is inri0cent in law until
its gallant commander, Col. V . L. I provcn guiltv, and it does not at all
DeRosset. In the first day s tight I deti act from the character of the
at Gettysburg the I wenty-sixth : accuse(1 to be anestcd if he shows
Kegi meat lost 54! t men out of Sun, tl ial tha, tue arrest was ground-
onuis man. with a head that a phrenol
ogist Would smack his lips at the sight
of. and what he says is no protest
against his phrenological ii-vi lopment.
Dr JeRossett is a wonderful old man.
in the manhood of his old agv. Lie is
on the verge of octegenary. but an ac
tive, alert, vigorous man. full of vivaci
ty, but of that genial oignnied
vivacity which becometh t 1 ! ag lie
is the sole survivor of 1; memorable
graduating class of 1 -s-l vvbi-m pro
duced a Graham a I'lierry. an Outlaw,
a Moore, a Promf.eld Uidioy. a John
ston, a Simms. and others known to
fame, whoso memory long lingered
there as the ablest class that the Univer
sity had ever sent out to fields of u-o-.
fulness and honor. The father of Dr.
DeRosset closed his earthly pilgrimage
at 'J.' vears. and may his representative
a or., i
climbed into a box car. and were locked
up by the conductor. Just before reach
ing Akron they kicked the do
L.n.1 jump ol from the trin -. nil
! 'lie. lire Raiaied (d'eaf I.w f Life.
P. 'da.--. -Jay 25. The Opara Comique j
aught fire this evening, and in a few
moment- the whole building was v ,a. , , .
i a v- ' ,very pair warranted to cive satin-
wrapped 111 1'amen. Nineteen persons 1 faction K 0 1 "
a:--' laiov.n to be dead, fourteen of i r-- , . ....
w horn were killed by jumping from the lnJ0 merchantf the people
windows. Forty-throe persons were I fS"a"fIP JLTT'PJS
in icred. It is feared that manv wpre . mlne Our large Stock before purcha.-
crushed to death in the galleries.
The lire broke out during the Orst act '
of the opera "Mignon." One of the
wings caught lire from a gas jet and !
the entire stage was immediately envel- South Front tt.. New Berne. JV. O
oped in liames. The fire 60on spread to -
the whole house. Madame Merguillier 1 T? frr Timn
the Craud and .MM. Tasquin and Bernard were on x-ixic,
John lihev , the stage when the tire broke out. All '
the actors ran out in their stage cos
tumes. A large part of the audience got out
easily, but the gas was turned off be
fore ail had eft the building, and it is
1 eared that some were left in the upper j
li' rs. The roof soon fell in, sending :
showers of sparks as far as the Place de ,
ia i;..)ur-:e. With the exception of Mad
ame Seillier. who perished in the
dames, till of the actors escaped, though
several of the supernumeraries were
1 ive oo iies. terribly burnt, wire con
veyed to the National library. Among i
rhein was the body of a woman clasp-
ing a lutlc boy in iier arms. "Jhe money .
receipts were saved and deposited in
the Gaulois oliice. MM. Ooblet, Thi
baudin and Gragnon were on the spot
soon after the tire started, and they re
mained throughout with the fire of
ficials. Nineteen persons are now
known to dead. Many of them were
1 'no man who wanted to rescue his
hi "tlier and ristrr raved and tore his
hair and menaced with a stick the peo
ple who stopped him from rushing into
tue blacmg building. The cene out
side was one of the wildest excitement.
F ailing embers struck horses in the
surrounding streets, causing tliem to
plunge and rear. Flames shot out of
every window, forcing the crowd into '
the narrow streets, where the crush was 1
.R. O. E. LODGE.
Ilelovv Kxpress Office.
SC. R. JONES,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
the manner in justly proud went in with ."CO.1
was opened, bnt ' and lost ;.;. nmstly m the slant 1
space ol au hour and a had. (Jut
of its 27 ofiicers. -4 were killed or '
live to t.e a nonagenarian
lie to chronicle that fact,
son. of Wilmington, i.- a .-;
1 "a 1 man if God , the
Thomas Atkins m. of toe .
North Carolina. C.,1. At'::
unlike his father in pi.y.-a- d
tiun. with soinethinc of his
practical good sen on with
apparent sincerity of niaum
pose, and the same unot-r.t
conscious forgctfulr.oss of ..
in d mav va
to at oe-
aa s- of
i is r. it
al iou -.
e ' ' h -:
including its youthtnl
panies lrom Chatham county,
k,nU ir.tn l,.,t l,.lttl,. ,,-lfl, 1
Y U IO tl CU U 1ULU LUaL I'rtllR 1 L 11
165 men and lost 107. We doubt I ,
their wort:, they left the town on j the gallant Harry K
one ol the early morning trains. in this
Goldaboro Mestenger : We learn
that the suit of Mr. Jesse Scott
against the Western N. C. railroad,
which was submitted to arbitra
tion, has been settled by the rail
road company paying Mr. Scott
the 8nm of $3,000, besides the costs
in the case and a part of the
medical expenses. The Hornets
! Nest Riflles, of Charlotte, will
A Klce All Wool Blue Plannel Suit, only $7.00.
A flnnd DifuronaJ SniL Black nr Erown. for $9.00.
Al.,, .- tW Cp.U. M.Uin-. Oi, C.,1,.. Trnnk. 1 KC. W Z
titnefcfter the 40th of Jane. The
day Is not yet positively fixed, at
which time Mr. Bon it z will make
In I fall explanation of the causes lead-
Cmoi ! Com all
eoBTtowtttaat I tan
to tbe Iieadquartcr? of tl,
Cheaper Than Any
War Department, arid bt
"'nel , less. When oflieers ol' the law
Burgwyn. ' com,. out passionately and boldly
tWO Cl.dll- ' ....surf tint the accused roirfies iro
, ClOOll lOLll 144.. 1.1,... . ,H,11V.. HI'
innoeent before the case is heard.
,md actively engage in throwing
nlKhn l.'i; in the W.1Y Of lnviMU'i-
if there was 8nch a loss in any tioQ .iml trial? it sets a bad prece
other companies in any battle cl dent and violates their 8WOru ob
the war. At Bristoe Station, on ligatioil to the State of North Car,.
the 13th of October, 1S0J, the two:,m.l as ieaoe officers. We hope
North Carolina brigades ot Cook!tuat thls mav never again occur
and Kirkland made one ol anion" us ' '. V, S.
bloodiest charges of the whole war,' Samlers's Store. M.iy 20. l.s's:.'
probably join the Goldsboro Ilifles one regiment alone t tne iweuty- ; -
in tne Jioreiiau jiy encampment "i up; was ( auef tl ABm i i
next moathf-y It is with feelings losing -'Ji out oi uo. i comic 1NG VND )RlyKyC,. I-. O
of deepSfrrgret and anxiety that mention numerous other instances Lenz Ur ('rernia!1 traveller
wejMjfee the mere Announcement i Lue u,ea . IL'- fUiK,ul ; has lately retuined to L, urope
tbJsmdrnine that the .xemoval of -onn . aronua uoop. u M'r ' io . ari.(,s the Afl.;
ta irtasT?vm?T fft'tha aoitv nfpatience were not already ex
Wumlngton iajontemplated during ujumcu. uui c-u.-uu uas um,
thelatter part of Jane, here it : cited to prove that there were
Hf rwttnVJiiihw. .siailiT t.n wwtlv I charges made by North Carolina
in d as
self-sacrificing as the world re
nowned charge f the immortal
"six hundred'' at Balaklava :
miss that tir.ely
bene vob nt face
an 1 ma 1 e ni1. n :
r that w
suave, an all
1 i-- y r
'Vt ii.-re ( an It lie I on:
El-IToH Jot I.NAL:- In lie- J
Wednesday. "Lnouirer." i
sioii. sas: "Now we woul 1
much to kno w where The (.;
be found: what organii.e.1
body has been made the s de
of truth, and consequent. y tl,
authorized t admini-tec
As an humble dit-ciple o;
Jesus Christ, and having r ad
of God more than the man;. ;'
creeds which weld tagcth' r t
ous sects in the world. ;.
the Fhble that Tbe Cm. i n
wa.- inaugurated and fo'ioae
co.-t. the day on wha 'nl' t. r ;
the terms of pardon to a'u. n
the great ingathering o:i tna
that thereafter all who were
the Church" became Chii-l:a
plying w ilh toe s ;;oe t'-rio-ttiveu
lo- Christ :'ist bel'"la- la
to his Father. Tin.::, fv
bo.'ly (.f Christian believers
Church in name, the Chin d:
' r Church of 1 i : a; oi ai 1 --.s i
the Church wai v the same
si'irit and judgment. T.e .
the same tiungs. t o-y o'ae .-.i
con. man, is. an d en c a a d
: k". ed or
1 lie-re Wa
Jan i pair
i. -: o
Com mens cl- ait-mo-m Sir James
F'erguson. p-irli .mer.tary secretary fur
the foreign cUce. intimated that no
ri'ply had y, t been received from the
1 "cited States government to Lord Hal
isburv's ii ispatch of March ci in rolsti-n
ing to the removal. Ve may say,
however, in this connection that '
ACC'ErTINQ His. Al'"I.eiiV.-
Have never gien you credit
- t ;
fesliop Building, opp. Baptist drarch.
. JjJ3, A yaOMAflr StT.XflnOrT. mr25 dwtf
I the friendship and welfare of ! knowing very much madam."' s.
! Goldsboro and its ood people will a blunt old bachelor: but " '-Sir."'
'ever remain dear to the MKSSEN-lshe interuptcd, "do you wish to iu-
aiEH and its editor, and arrange- suit " "Bnt," he continued. -I have
ments will be made to thoroughly , always admired your giaco and
represent them, the removal not-j beauty." '! accept your apology."
withstanding. said the lady.
w 1 1 o
a journey across tue Atricin caci
tineut, performed almost wholly c::
foot, preserved perfect health (hir
ing his extensive explorations.
Ha never ate raw fruit or drank
unboiled water," says the Vienna
correspondent of the London Tina.
"He liv ed mostly on rice, chicken
and tea. Wine and spirits he did
not touch, lie was also caiel.il to
avoid bathing in the rivers and
pools of clear, cool water, so tempt
ing to travellers, but which so oKen
give deadly chilis, lie divs-i d :::
tlannels and exposed hin.seii'
as little as posfoie to ;;:gl,: :i:r."
He did not have even :i sin
gle attack of fever or other seiioiis
malady, and he attributes his im
munity largely to these precautions.
to i he iisheri
f. roe 1
; sa i 1 . woul I be
Inn,,' il.-hi. i i-
u as v. cia
l n '. '
io; 1-iU.V' ia 1
day s-Iil M1.
e r., leaver t
that a ca:
r.'e .- ; ;go
ti: i- . .
la sav t
t! hilz:- i
e c : n e t t
:m a cahi
ly reCelVe J
n i. .1 undi. r
1 :a ycin-t.
;.aa :vc the
t to idol 1 V
,:,- l. ni
Then, iht re were iiriu,.- of the roe
differently named b.uies w!,i.
now- iind scattered over th.e lan
that day there were "chuichts.
they were known only Fy ni. hi.
is Riven in the Word of C o,J : ;i:
followers cf Jesus were known .
as discij.les of Chri-t. or Chr:
L',ut when apostasy entire:,
making be.-an. and mime;"- c
w ere organiz-d . each bavin; a
differ in;; fiom anotiier: and
slowly accumulated. 1,01111:1:.:
names, belt:;; i i . . v- r: . . i
ot until we rettirn '. t' .
"f Apostolic t. 1 dona a-oi - a.
vested of ci'Ce: c i. o.o.' a-
'' ' 'c .. ' as . ;; r . , a' fe.-i:
t ractn e. will we be d a;. ":he
i.u ileavi niy Father." d'iie sa::
of pardon fur alien sim;.:.- in A;
.lays is ihe same law ,, t. a:: i
tinue to be the sano- v.r.t 1 " '. ...
be no more.
Therefore, ia ansv.a t,. '.: .
and all ( th.er seekerd afu r ti .:;
'...uld say. that the i i,n-a .a
without any creed but t-e Di "
who teach its simple term.- .a p ;
sinners, an i who prat !:
things as did Christians io A:
. iigiirjiito Says there were 100 per
- as oi: th" lage w hen the tire broke
it. She heard the glass falling like a
had -nrni. hut told the other girls not
to mind it. Hut while she was speak
ing a column of llame burst through
the v. ings w ith a roar, and all rushed
peil-meil from the stage. Many police
men were' in jure d .
L''M''.v. May 20. The liav as Newt.
Agoney of Fans places the number of
P- i - - killed ami injured by the lire
in lie- i o, ia Comique last night at
r -:y. '1 ti.ea're was completely de-
. a o ', , 1
F : I- Mav 'Ji! --'Joe i iimli'T of per-
a ..... i is: their in ; - b tlie burning !
: i... )j i r.i Comique last uight greatly '
a !- the previous estimates. Fifty
i - i.a.a.' already been recovered,
... ': - :::.. e-timate.- place the number
a :.;:. a and wounded at not less than
t .'. ' i,i!.:.!r,'.l. An excited crowd to
i. . - a ir. ,ii n.l 1 the ruins, which were
co .ci' d 1 y a military cordon. Many
. . :: o-.io s Tin s w ere witnessed
v, laio the friends of the victims a waited
e : , .', ', -. ry of tluir remains. The
: -.a i umeni proj-os. s t" idosp several of
the i'aiis theatres because of their de-
ii a nay in exits.
The oiiicials are endeavoring to
'.o.di.a rate the lo-s of life. The large
noma, ;- of bodies found has alarmed
: ! .e public.
AOOIXO AND TIKS, Ktc.
Consignments of Grain, Cotton and
other Produce solicited.
l'roinpt Attention Juaranteed.
N. W. Cor
South Front and Middle 8t
N i:Y HERNE, N. C.
: : ; i
11: Advantage of Insuring in the
oiiiietticut .Mutual Life.
'i ae Company is peculiarly strong by
tec-a-mof the character of its businea
and its liuancial condition: with over
f jrty years experience.
It oders no speculative inducements.
It has no special class of policy-holders
w ho are to get the dividends earned
an 1 forfeited by others. It has no
so ekholders to absorb profits directly
r ina irectly. iavery policy-holder is,
therefore, sure of getting his insurance
at its actual cost to the company year
i v -. ear; the surplus earned being ro-
it the end of each year,
risks ith great care and
-w bn m,
'.' f..r as tla
ii! pei mit.
of our own
only at such
,Ti tinue to give
-t. at least as
all in the rate
.. ith t '. . i. .'
I v t!
days, is l
uiem too depository
whi -in are conimitte
ti ai in Iv thi. ;-s '
: :iv :
, - u re: 1 :
i t.-r : n
or, - in
W ill a.
I w i I a
,ov ls.sueu proviiies that,
sc aftr two or three
is re paid, it isf fully
o,i' unt staled upon the
any anion on the part
: al- o gives large cash
ars. w hich are print
e policy: hence each
id he pays for. and
,nv otlier memDer pays
N :.'.' i ia ide to lose because he
.oo'; c ntin.io paying; no one else
a-'is at his expense F'or full particu--.T
inquire of William It. Oliver,
... ,.. y.,,vi r:, x ( '.
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In tlio W orld.
They are as 'transparent and colorla as
light itself, and for Hultness or mduranoe to
the eye. cannot be excelled, mauling the
, wearer to read ror liours wltbout fatigne. In
I facl . they in e
, I'KKKKCT SKillT l'KKHKRNKRS.
'I'eKliirninialB froin tbe leading phyBtclans
In the I nlteil Htales, Oovernora. Benatori,
Legislatore, Blockmen, men or note In all pro-
i fes8 ons, and In dilTereni branches of trade,
bankeiK. meolianlcs, etc., can be given who
have had their sight Improved by their line.
.I4L4 EYES FITTED
AND THE HI' GUARANTEED BY
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist,
marK SEW BKRtS'K, N. C. ly
GEORGE ALLEN & CO.
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators,
Hoes and Acxes,
Wood's Mowers and Reapers,
Cotton Oins and Presses,
Fertilizers. Land Plaster, Kalult
Mechanics Tools and Hardware,
Lime, Brick, Cement, Plaster
Hair, Paint, ltalsomine, Var
nish, Oil, Glass, Putty and II air.
Freezer., Refrigerators, OH
Cook Stoves, Eureka Burglar
Proof Sash Locks, warranted to
privo security and satisfaction.
PRICES VERY LOW.
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