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irrw BkuNE. N. C. JUNE a 18t7.
Mr. ROBERT BTROSO. at Kimataa,
V A. KfOEK, at BT prim.!"
. ntkriM4 t ria,t far iktrlptloM
THE otxMfMt pUcw to town to buy
CotU, Pnt, VMtt, Shirt and
Drawers la at
Bio lis 'a Clothinq Stork.
Cbmpre-ACTWtrw Omnwiiiary of the
Hoi? Bbi, by Et. Wm. Jenka, D. D.,
in fir ToiasaM, aabatMtiaUy bound in
ctotk, for ml cheap. Inquire at thia
For aade at a lor price B ti .-tt
an22tf Apply t thUOffic.
Kin ton Items.
W. D. Pollock w reading
Mr. Oliver Ellis, who has been con
fined for sometime to hie , we are
(Lad to learn ia improving.
for the first time ia dry. Not
a fell ia town. Nevertheless. e ee a
little too much occasionally.
The Qoldaboro Messenger, which haa
vsry large eetronage at thia place,
mOvea to Wil axing tOA in June.
Mr. Cha. B. Ay cock of Goldsboro,
delivered an addrees before Bethel
Academy, this county, last week.
Sallies the little daughter of Mr. W.
O. Mosaly, died Wednesday last. We
also Uerm his little boy is quite stck.
Both the pro hibi tie n lata and the ant lb
claim about forty majority. Don't
worry, we can ail tell Monday night.
The last shad stew of the season at
Simmons'! beach Monday. Six fish and
ix loaves barely appeeed the appetites
of six hungry men
It was reported in town Monda that
a certain widower had taken to himself
a better half. It is with regret that we
make the correetioa.
Mr. J. W. Bryan of Goldtboxo, spent
a few days in town last week. He ad-
dreeaed the people on prohibition Sun-i
day ia the court house
School days are about over for the
present. Our children were pretty gen
erally scattered aotwithanding our
exceUeat school facilities .
Prohibition log rollings are spoken of
for Monday, election day, at which the
ia meaaae wages of fS.iOare offered with
plenty of water thrown in.
E. J. Ptttaxaa lent bJa small boy Tues
day evening. It had been confined for
eeveral weeks with dysentery. It seems
to preve fatal ia measly every case.
The protracted meetings at the Meth
odist Charch have been dosed, but not
without much good. Nine additions to
the ehiuch. Dr. Rosser left Tuesday
fur other fields.
M. A. Gray d slivers a literary ad
dress to Mrs. Liuta C Davis's school at
Seven Springs, Jane 15. Mr. Gray is a
natural orator, aad we bespeak for the
eitixens of that place a rich treat.
The eoswnienceuient exereiees of Kins
ton Coiiege began Tuesday and will
eloee today, Thnrsday, with the annual
concert. Thus ends another successful
year of this Institution. We hope that
ech Booaeding year it may continue
u grow as ha the past.
Mr. Jaov H. Avery is the lowest bid
eW U carrying a daily mail from Kins
toa to Ball a Ferry. Be proposes carry -lag
at tor S3SO.00 per year. If poop la
weals BOt 6o sac work for really lees
atrorJ it would allow
i so at least snake expenses.
T. L. Will isai arm, who for the Last
three yean has basn cashier for Lof tin s
Bank, WtTrktay for Mount Airy where
he will go ia business for himself. Tom
has made himself quite popular during
hi stay ia Kmstflsi, aad we regret much
to see him leave We wiah him much
success in his aerw calling.
The people of Pink Hill township are
taking steps to have a postorBce estab
lished a Stroud s stare, near Nobles'
mill. Many of teens get their mail now
at giant n a. fourteen miles distant.
They need the sfles, aad we hope that
rJosa T. M- Simmons wilt aid tnem in
rUlaw J. Pink Bill Is a Simmons
The jadiciavry of Wotd.n&ton lovn
hip was welt nigh exhausted the other
day whea Esquire James Herring rcped
e calf aad undertook to hold him while
the milker held the "pep." The calf
was of the opinion that it was mot gov
trnswM lpapM and nobody had so
good a right to it as himself. So he
went for the eaort, shoved his head be
tweea hie legs aad leveled the judiciary
with, earthly thing. After the calf
bad laid the Esquire out it bellowed
over him and gave him such fright as
to foroe a surrender of the "pap.
La Grange Items-
The favorable crop reports about here
The wheat crop is said to be good
The cool nights are uot farorable to
the growth of cotton.
af amy af ear yoang people visited
Seven Boris ga last Sunday.
Adreraity or prosperity develops the
tree character of a man.
Mies Kinnie Paris and Miss Eliza
later reemmed from Greenaboro . C.
Last week was unusually doll in our
town. The farmers were at home at
tending to crops and routing ."General
Occasionally eur tows is risited by a
law-suit. One- last week, shout two
calvee, aaaoanfing to over eleven dol
Union meeting at the P. B. Church in
this place Last Saturday and Samday.
Rst. Mr.Woodard preached on Sunday
and Sondey night.
Q. L. Cs pell, of Backlesberry, and
Misa MaUie Hall, of our town, were
married last Friday evening. Rev. Mr.
Soee officiating. No cards. .
Reeeption at the La Orange Collegiate
Institute Taeaday night and Kinsey's
commencement Wednesday night,
Thursday and Thnrsday night this
C. S. Wooten, Esq., delivered an ad
drees at a farmer 's picnie in the "dog
ivrimp" section of Greene eounty laat
Friday. We hear the address highly
The commencement exercises of
Davia School begin on the 8th of June.
Thanks tor an invitation. The people
will be anxious to hear the addresses of
Gov. Cameron and Qen. Moise.
Koch sickness continues in our com
ma ait y. We are gad to say, however,
thai there are bat few very serioai
esses. Mrs. Ave Cnpell's condition is
till very dangerous.
The alarm of fire was heard by a few
our cU'xeas last Thnrsday night about
Vi o'clock. The kitchen on Dr. Had
ley s lot occupied by Mrs. J. S. Wooten,
was found to be on -fire but was put out
before the alarm was spread to much
extent, or serious damage was done.
HONOR BOU. SIXTH afOCTH.
Second Grande Bertha Kaier, Mollis
Davis, Susie Davis, Joe Nelson, Willie
Third Grade Zeither Barker, Laura
Buter, Daisy Williams, Vivian Wood,
Annie Quidley. Daisy Qathrie. Frank
La napkin Clarence Miller, Charlie
Schiealer, Thomas Kehoe.
Fourth Grade Louisa Soter. Leo
Bonus, Lewis Coa, Peter Hill, Luther
Fifth Grade Rachel Brown, Clarita
Clark, Boss Dail, Susie OaskllL May
Henderson, Carrie Simmons, Bessie
Taoker, Emma Whitfield, James Bill.
Bixth Grade Nannie Hill, Jennie
Bar rue, Minnie Bynum, Robert Crawford-
Seventh Grade Nellie Pee roe. Bertha
OaUer. Annie Willie, Willie Fere bee.
John Seymour, George Whitfield.
Eighth, Grade Ada Burrus, Willis
Ninth Grade Lottie liubbs, Sam
Brineoa, John Thomas.
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CITY AND VICINITY.
A Sl,"00 pian has brt-n ordered for
Major Deanison is extending bis
water works down South Front street.
The pilot house of the steamer Kins
ton is being raised. In order to make it
more corn fo ruble.
The A. & N. C.'R. is building a new
water tank about mile west of the
city. The pump is to be run by a wind
A railro,i cxnlracter from the North
has been to Onslow county prospecting,
and we learn returned to the city
There are but thirty-two persons
licensed to sell liquors in this internal
revenue sub-district composed of the
counties of Craven, Pamlico. Carteret
Deooratioa Day brought a large
crowd of colored people to the city.
The usual services were held, an excel-
lent and appropriate address being de-
livtrdd by Mr. T. A. Henry.
We call attention to the advertise-
ment of the Round Knob Hotel in this
issue. Persons visiting the mountains
will find this a good place to stop at.
Terms per month can be learned by
application to the proprietors.
The mail on Thursday night brought
us invitation cards to commencement
exercises at Chapel Hill, Kinsey's
School and Davis School at La Grange.
They are all beautiful, and our thanks
are hereby tendered those who remem
The Goldsboro Afe-ngvr is to be re
moved to Wilmington, where it will be
issued daily and weekly. The removal
of the Mesteritjtr will be a serious loss to
Goldsboro. We wish brother Bonitz
success in his new field, and we doubt
not he will achieve it.
The passenger cars of the A. & N. C.
Ii. are being fitted up for the summer
travel. They aro painted a beau
tiful tuscan red, the underwork a
quaksr green, and the lettering and
numbering in gilt. The new schedule
goes into etTect in a few days.
Mr. Isaac Taylor, of Clubfoot creek,
owns a ben that has laid about a dozen
eggs, of which we have a sample before
us, weighing 3t ounces. Whether she
intends to continue this is not known,
but it is very rare that so many are laid
of such remarkable sire by the same
Saturday Night Trair.
Beginning Saturday of this week the
Atlantic Road will run a Saturday
night freight train between New Berne
and Goldsboro. The train will leave
New Berne at 3 p. m. This train will
prove a great convenience to our people,
and will undoubtedly be well patron
ized. Truckers can thus gain an addi
tional market day.
We have received the catalogue for
this institution for the year lSSS-'ST.
The number of pa pi la in attendance is
137 67 males: 70 females. The cata
logue also contains historical sketch of
the college, a list of annual orators, and
a list of mineral and other collections
for the museum received since the issue
of the last catalogue. The sees-ion of
l9;7-'?'t begins September 5th.
A Steamer Launched.
The river steamer built for Messrs.
Laasiter and Jonee by Capt. T. S. How
ard was launched last week. She is of
the beet material, strongly built and
well adapted to the trade for which she
ii intended. No name was given her,
but in due time she will be christened,
and when the machinery is in place
will take her position in the line of
gallant little ships for which our port
is somewhat noted.
Four Trips a Week.
On and after Monday. May 30th. the
staamers Eaglet and Vesper of the
Eastern Carolina Ihspatch Line will
run four trips per week for the accom
modation of truck snippers. These
vessels will leave at 0 o'clock every
Monday, Taeeday, Wednesday and Fri
day afternoons, making desirable con
nection with Monday, Wednesday.
Friday and Saturday northern markets.
The Tuesday 'a boat is the only one leav
ing here on that day for northern con
nection. The North Carolina Speaker.
This is a little work of two hundred
pagee gotten up for use m North Caro
lina schools. The pieces are selected
from the literature of our own State
and is well adapted to our schools as it
will tend to "foster a stronger spirit of
State pride in the minds of our young
The work is compiled from the writ
ings and speeches of about seventy
authors, and one of the finest things in
it is from our own townsman John S.
The Original Scuppemong.
In answer to Capt. Noble's inquiry
about the original Scuppernong grape,
the Elizabeth City Economist says:
Your friend probably refers to the
Scuppernong vine at the residence of I.
Chauncy Meekins, dee'd, now owned by
bis son B. F. Meekins, whose P. O. ad
dress is Mac too. N. C. This hr the vine
referred to by Dr. Hawks in hit history
of North Carolina. It covers (all the
vines, there being several of them)
about half of aa. acre. It ia probably
the oldest Scuppernong vise on Roa
noke Island, bat our impression is that
the Scuppernong grape was originally
found by some of the early colonists
about 1585 in one of their expeditions
to Scuppernong river and carried and
planted on Roanoke Island where the
colonists than lived. All the) facts and
traditions about the viae on Roanoke
Island can be furnished by B. F. Meek
( Convicted of Murder.
We learn from the Wilmington Star
that the colored boy Grant Best who
fired a gun at a crowd of boys a few
day ago, killing three and wounding
two others, has been tried in the crimi
nal court of that city, found guilty of
murder and sentenced to be hanged on
Thursday the Hth day of Jnly.
We publish today the county expen
ditures made by the "board of county
commissioners on the first HJonday in
Mayi- We have been publishing: these
expenditures monthly since-the begin
ning of tlB present year, Deo. 1st, 1896.
The six months ending with jtlay shows
a total of. $4,403.09. The six- months
beginning with December, 1885, and
ending with May, 1886, shows an ex
penditure of $6,249-35, a cutting down
in favor of the present year of
Mr. O. W. Richardson, of Jove, was
in the city Friday and reportii that the
picnic at Asbury Church was the lar
gest and most enjoyable of any held in
that neighborhood for a long time.
Besides those living in the vicinity
there were a number of Sunday schools
W. B. Lane, Edq , informs us that the (
prospects for the coming crop are quite
favorable; the stand of cotton is good,
and weather suitable. The cool nights
thave caused cutworms to damage corn
to some extent. He also tells us that
Maj. Gordon delivered before the
Grange in his neighborhood one of the
( practical addresses on farming
that he had ever listened to.
Joseph B. Banks, Esq., of Jones
county, informs us that the farms have
had good seasons in his seotion. and the
crops are quite promising.
I Committed fbr Arson.
On Wednesday night. May the lth,
the barn and stables of Simon Mxllw ain,
col. , of this ooanty , eight or ten miles
from this city, was burned and on the
next day his dwelling house was set tire
but was discovered in time to prevent
its destruction. On Thursday evening
last Wm. Henry Wynn was before
Justice E. G. Hill charged with setting
o w m doluo u u uu iua
Thomas, two colored women, were up
c ... , v. . i ,
j aPn a charge of conspiracy to burn.
Wm. E. Clarke, Esq., appeared for the
defendant and Solicitor Geo. H. Whke
.appeared for the State.
I After examining the witnesses Wynn
I waa committed to jail for arson to await
the action of the grand jury, and the
two women were committed in default
of bail in the gum of one hundred dol
lars each for their appearance at the
n?xt term of the Superior Court.
Build Them a Waiting Room.
Capt. E. R. Page, of Trenton, was in
the city last week and he says the peo
ple in his sectien are yet aomplaining
loud and constant against the A. & N.
C. Railroad for having no reception
room at Core Creek, where they go to
take the train. Mr. G. W. Richardson,
the agent at that place, informs us that
the receipts at that point since the open
ing of the Core Creek and Trenton road
have largely increased. It would ap
pear, therefore, that the road would be
justified in building a room at that
point for the reception of passengers
We know that President Bryan is
using every effort now to put the
bridges of the road and the roadbed in
good condition for the summer travel,
but we hope he will not neglect those
people longer. It would require but a
small building to shelter the passengers
and freight from the weathsr, which is
sometimes quite severe, and the patrons
of the road would be much better
The following item is from the Wash
ington Progress. A coast line of rail
way from Norfolk South is one of the
enterprises of the near future:
We learn that the Albemarle and Pan
tego Railroad has located its line to
Pungo Creek at deep water, near Pungo
River, and that it is contemplated as
soon as the road is finished, to put on a
steamer to Oregon aed Aurora, and
then extend the road to New Berne,
which in connection with the road now
being surveyed from New Berne to Wil
mington, which we understand will
shortly be built, will make a great
through line between the North and
South. We congratulate onr friends in
the Aurora section, as well as in all the
eastern part of the rotate at the prospect
of an early completion of this important
enterprise, when this road is completed
the truckfarmers in eastern North Caro
lina will be enabled to pnt their produce
in the Northern markets at least twenty
four hours sooner than by the present
A Gocd Appointment.
We are glad to hear that Mr. S. L.
Dill has received the appointment of
Gen. Ft. Agt. of the Atlantic Road,
vice Mr. Dunn, of whose resignation
we spoke some time ago. While the
rpad loees a valuable officer in Mr.
Dunn, his place haa been well filled by
Mr. Dill, who for many years has served
the company in the capacity of auditor.
Mr. Dill brings to hU new position a
mind thoroughly and practically ac
quainted with railroad matters in every
detail. H is prompt, energetic, accu
rate and. watchful, and has that (inoe
about him which is -ure to bring suc
cess. It is pretty certain that he will
push his department. It is a good ap
pointment, and, as usual, the manage
ment of the road seems to have been
guided solely by a desire to bring about
the best financial results to the com
pany, as we l?arn there were several
applicants for the position.
A Good Officer and a Good Farmer.
The Raleigh yews and Observer an
nounces that Mr. Wm, Dunn, general
passenger and freight agent of the A.
J N. C. Koad ha9 tendered his resigna
tion to take ellect on the first of June.
A report has been in circulation for
several days that Mr. Dunn would re
sign on the first of June. He haa been
regarded siace his connection with the
A. fc N. C. Road as a very efficient
officer in the management of the freight
and passenger traffic, and it will be
difficult to find one that will manage
this department better than he.
Mr. Dunn resigns this position, so we
are informed , that he may devote his
entire time to his farm, having, with
Messrs. Willet and- E. B. Hackburn,
purchased the Hines plantation near
their present farm. They have now
one of the best conducted farms in the
country, and we think have been
as successful as any in this section. We
learn they intend stock raising as the
main feature of the Hines plantation
and we are satisfied they will, in time,
make it pay. It is surprising to us that
as many successful and go-ahead
farmers as we have in this section they
will not oo -ope rate in getting up a first
class fair. We have much fine native
stock in this and adjoining counties and
we have many good farmers who
would like to enter the field of compe
tition in the production of orops as well
as raising fine stock. This thing will
come along after awhile.
The Salvation Army.
As our correspondents peem t U
greatly perplexed , or at least todufer
niateriiily about the delinition of what
conetitutet. i Lurch, and about i!ie -Vil-tic.n
Army, it may bo of ;;,-iu'nii svrvi-'t-to
K've si'i'.x' facts ab .;it t:.;- hr
parture. i.-i-i.' ..i ! no a u !' '
"treading on auybody 's corns, a its
information m gattit-red Ineily fi tr. an
article w r itt-n by Gen. Booth ). i .;' .
, the fouuder and head ot the Army.
William l:..otii was b-.rn in -x .;:.i.g
, ham, England, in Wy. J i wa i-aj-
tized in the Church of F.ugUn.l. ! 'n
version a WerleyaD. and then a minir-ter
of the Methodist New Connection for
; sixteen years. He however believed
himself better adapted to Evangelistic
than to r.-ular circuit work. ai. 1 if
signed bid ministerial Coi.r.c-'. . n. in
l6'. Bible in hand, aniinin-t tiif ring
: crowds in Mil End Kjad. me of Uie
great thoroughfares of the li i-U End of
Ixmdon. he began to preach to ti... vast
urtizan population, lie was succc-ff ul
and hixin gathereil around bin; a val
iant company i f witnesses f i.i -1 'h r it .
Organization was .r-,-en; 1 ,1 . lie had
to lesrn anil unUarn inu. ii in irNin;
various plans. At lur-t, almost b acc
deut. he adopted the military system.
It is a positive autocracy, and seems to
be a (ixed deppeti.-ni. fie f.c, s. " TI.
system if j (rniufHi . ' ''.. ..' - '
tun. . . . Some, of course, who
have informed themselves uf the facts,
condemn this our ;!. .'';.'' m of
government as uricriptural kill dan
gerous, if not w.use than that. l-.it we
have tried other plans, and found them
wanting We krgan with the ni!crj,a!
system, but afterward experimented
freely in a system of extreme democ
racy in government. " All hisschemis'
failed except the military, and he never
enjoyed peace and harmony until it was
thoroughly understood that th ' v.i.ob
arniy was under its genera!. !,': no
hope for any one of successful agitation
against superior authority." Tlo Gen
eral has more authority than the Pope
of Iiomo. No otlicer is allowed to re
main longer than about six months in
one poet, lest he become to., much at
tached to persons or place.- and he i
liable to be moved suddenly. By care
ful selection and low salaries he er.-
aeavors to guara against the r .- .agi s
of self-week int- nersons ." or trou M from
, '-drones. "
Qen. Booth professes to preach the
( ' old-fashioned Gospel. " Christ arid
j nim Crucified ," and has no syrnpathy
, wiln those who would ",'oie down the
Gospel of Chriet to suit the fancy of the
19th century. ' "We believe the three
creeds of the Church with ail our
heart." We suppose he refers to the
Apostles'. Nicene. and A thanasian
As a test of genuine Conversion lie
says: "The moment any man. woman
or child . kneeling at the front row in
one of our barsacks, professes to have
received the remission of sins through
faith in Christ, we require them to
stand up and tell. the audience what the
Lord has done for them." "We re
quire him to give up the use of iutoxi
cating drinks altogether, and he soon
finds that we look upon fo,,i, ,n.
finery in dr. ss its UttU U s. or- 'f nil!' '
These soldiers are expected to put "S"
on their collars, to be under the care of
a Bergeant. and begin work at or,--e in
Gen. Booth makes no chuni t . B :r,-a
Salyation Army Church. Wh.B ne
holds the Methodist doctrines m the
main, he believes with the Quakers that
the .nirmjiK'nfi are n,,t es.- u and
that women may conduct th :
lee meetings. He seems t . ay,- n
kind of ordination services. The train
ing of his evangelists or cadet, m the
Training Barracks and Homes consisus
in drilling them in reading Jhe Bible
and in writing: a little arithmetic, and
a few elementary axioms in theology,
with careful exercise in conducting the
different branches of the service. He
says, "Better experience has taught me
that nothing lees than the strong hand
of absolute power held over them will
keep many of my evangelists from get
ting too tine for their work. They begin
to get respectable, and to turn up their
noses at the gutter, out of which I have
lifted them. "
He hopes never to grow into a sect.
"We have taken and jhall continue to
take every precaution against this."
He would leave "to the churehes all
who irish mere churcli life." "Instead
of insisting upon attendance on any
church, even for the Saerament, we
teach our people to spend all their leisure
time with the .li-my. to visit churches
only as a corps by invitation, so as to
promote general godliness and harmony,
and to avoid as the very poison of hell
all controverted questions. "
These simple and uuthoritative state
ments throw light on the subject, and
certainly show that the person, who in
1S7G organized the Salration Army, and
claims that he "had perhaps the best
possible, opportunity of knowing all
about it," does not consider it in any
tense n elmreh. But according to his
idea of the best methods he is seeking
to proclaim the old fashioned Gopel. to
save souls lying outside of religious in
fluences, and to lessen the dividing
walls of sectarianism. Whether his
peculiar methods are wise or scriptural
is not here discussed. His
large, active, and growing.
Craven County Farms
People passing through (
ty on the A. cv N. C. B
favorably impressed with
ing section though they pi
tifty miles of its territory.
a 1 ;irr- not
. t as a far ni
s over ab 'Ut
are not aware of the fact that tlu v are
passing near some as tine farms as can
be found in this section of the State.
We had the pleasure of a ride to Ilare
Io:k Monday with Mr. Jus. A. Bryan
behind his line pair of mahogany bajs.
which by the way are good travelers
as well as line in appearance, and we
were surprised at the fertility and pro
ductiveness of the soil of many of the
large farms in that sectiou. For raising
stock the farms of Mr. Gerret Yyne and
Mr. Bryan near Havelock are unsur
passed. Mr. Bryan has a body of land
of fifteen thousand acres which crosses
Lake Ellis. The draining of thi lake
drained a large body of rich swamp
lands but little of which is now under
cultivation, but it would furnish line
pasturage for at least two thousand head
of cattle. In addition to this there is
a reed bed covering about t wo thousand i
acres which affords a tine winter pa-- 1
ture for cattle. j
Mr. Bryan is beginning the s,0(-k
business by introducing full bloods of
Holstein and Jersey cattle. Jersey Red-.
Poland China, and Essex hogs. line
sheep Bnd a number of tine mares. If
he pushes the business with care and
good judgment it strikes us that lie is
bound io succed. The capabilities of
his farm for this business are .almost
We intend at an early day to write
up a number of the fine farms of the
OOunty in different section. Those who
have not traveled over the county will
h afltoniahd whpn thv Co tl,o ,..
count of the farms written in detail.
3 lpeiioi Co.. it Proceedings.
The Superior Court ni- t
J I is Honor Judge Shipp pn : ; i
man . 1 . e,i
n. John i . '. n
J. A . Thomas.
-l J h I i reetl J :
M . Bel i . jr.. 1 .. I '
if l '
i bu t. - v.
The J ud
l . C uihn
re s eliarge was i.
ties of grand
them the , ,.-.,
obi igatior.s r . -1
especially as p
jurors; e n j . d : . i r:
and i m port :: p.
r t in g t: pc "'ii tb.i'ii: .
nirti"n! iin if.
i pi iin 1 . .: I
of otTel) . s
eoli I'.ti- s
c r i m es i i n
p-:it jur t
Clier. Fre 1.
No ah Bow,
W. II. Beil
S. II. Bane
M Mitel. -B.
The v.e I. . k, :
a;;d v, ie-n : .-a-- .
tio- Peace 1 la si I c t li ;
tin1 court was rendu
"t for Monday next
The New Prrne
o i . tie
J. E. Hu
i v i.i ting
i if them
F. M. .
.-. . I 'I'-meht
C. C. Biark
t Manly. I. J
t : herson .
an 1 V.
S li ICit"!
1 peemed t
AS' bite was
i have ar.eve to ra
case called and quite well inform,
t" the nature and importance of tie"
A rf,', - - was taken until - o V
,'i ITKhN 'N -!-I -n .
-,',me cases jiassed over at the n. r . :
session were again called.
State vs. V. U Boyd was io:.t i . ;.
:ate vs. t 'yrus Westbr.v.k and B
sey Bell was taken up. A jury im
panelled. A jur. i wa- i.ft- r-.v.it :
w it hi raw n and a mi-trial eut, i - i .
Charles ! . Jones v, k, iirr.ngta -i .
chari;ed with the mur,i--r of I'em; v S.
Jom s. i B- pleaded not tuilty. an ':
counsel was as.-igned him by His llm-.i r.
Messrs F. M. Simmons. 1. J. ?.! irv.
and P. II Pellelo-r Mere a--signe.l
to difvnd h.m. heitur
White will represent the State at the
trial, w lii ii was set f ir W.-dne
o' o', lock. A special ..' of
'. 1 a v .
dred was ordered .
Court rul j juried to 'j o'eio-s: -Ji-morning.
' Shrewsbury time.
Court Convened nt 'J o'clock iuesdav
morning and r.-uni-i v. rk on the
State vs. Ella 1 . : lii.- s
State vs. Isaac Borbe
Forbes. A. ec B. : Guilty:
r. N i
an 1 cost. This was an appeal from a
justice's court w bt-r,' the defendants
were fined ?'l.o0 each.
The civil issue docket was called rind
the following disposad of: Richard Mor
ris va. Marenda Morris: judgment and
non suit. Alice Barrum vs. Stanly
Bar rum. non suit. Be a is Webb vs.
John IBitchin-ei: j-.i igm- i.t f-r plain-
Mate -took; t n-sumed i
Mate vs. James B-'
carrying , en 'ealed w.
Oii'i - er and A . iV B .
:L ti.it-'' cases. ;
lPOHS. re-lrtlllk." i
J u 1 g m -1 ; t -us I
per.ded or. payment of cost
State vs. M. Hahn and NYrii- (.- -u
aB"win- ; ri 'ii- r- to escape. Njl pro--.
Si-it' v- W. Bettiwa. iar-.i:v.
Guilty, penitentiary two y. ,r,
Keces.-- nil :', o "clock.
I'ourt reassembled at :; o Block and
work was resumed on the S;ut ,B.,-ket
-viepar i Pir -e., . 1 irj.'nv :
ite vs. Wm . M i,ir,. : ! ir.
State vs. Perry Chad wick and John
Daniel, two colored youths about twelve
years old. charged with larceny. The
verdict of the jury was "guilty."
Daniel was turned over to his mother
to b- thrashed. Chadwh-k being an
old offender w-as sent up for two years.
State vs. Win. Boyd, larceny. B.J.
Moore. B.-ip . appeared for the defend
ant and he and Solicitor White aroused
the drowsy bystanders w-ith thfeir elo
quence. Verdict, not guilty. Cpon
the announcement of the verdict Boyd
sei.ed the sacks of seed cotton that had
been brought in as evidence against
him and bounded out of court.
The Netise and Trent River Stc-.iir.-boat
A press of other matters prevented
an extended notice of this corporation
in connection with their annual stock
holders meeting. The report of the
General Manager was very satisfactory
to the stockholders. The company is
annually increasing its business which
fact is due to the energy, capacity and
foresight of it.- General Manager, and
the promptness and the curtesy of nil
its ofheers. Capt. Wnite has gic nthe
people along the Ncuse and Trent rivers
regular, safe and ijuick ,-erviee and at
reasonable rates. He has a schedule
for his boats and the people can rely
upon then) to run their - -Iiedule the
year round an 1 not -imply during a
The stockholders did the proper thing
in authorizing the director to make
such u liberal subscription 1 1 the E.i-t
Carolina I , and and Rail way Company.
The carry ing ou t of this project is bound
to result in good for the company, for
this community and f, r Jjne? an 1 ins
low counties. The valuable wharf
property secured by the company puts
it in a proper condition to enlarge its
business, and we kuftw of no enterprise
that will do more general good than
constructing a railway between the
Trent an 1 New rivers. It will at once
give the pe lp'.o of i nslo'.v quick trar.s
p irtntion for their produce ami put
them in 'j.ii.-k communication with the
rest of tb" world. But the great ,-o;i-sideration
is. it will form a plant that
will eventually become a part of a great
through line of railway from Norfolk
The Ni-use and Trent River Su-aiuboat
Company has bt come one of the per
manent institutions oi' New Berne, and
of Kin-ton where a large amount of tio
st'ek is le I B lt In- gradually hu
banded its re-.-utc- - until it l- able to
into new tb-1 is. giving accom
modations to farmers and merchants in
th" way of transportation where they
now h.i e it not.
i s-tandin with reluctant feet at
! Curne'- ul Bollock and Middle -tret-ls.
many sins confuse her, many doubts
t beset her, and she sighs. There is no
' occasion to feel badly, young lady: if it
; is dress goods you want, just step into
i A, M. Baker's and see his elegant new
sfok at prices that can't be beat.
lluikien'K Arnica Naive.
1 The Best Salve in t.V- wor;- for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores. B'lcers. S;iu
Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
, Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
j Eruptions, and positively1 cures piies
j or no PaT required. It is guaranteed to
S""..""1"11" lu;"ou'ut money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
1 eale by R. N. Dully. dfclC ly
ex t wa
" - 'lice .
: i . ;r
n ni re n
i i; i nsr " ;-,
'! : , i- am
.' . i - i 1 1 i o
; . l i
i i , r v w : 1 l i .
na!!y parl;s w re
i" -lumbering emi,"s
To Miss Mills the
ni itted from "Ti:
!' dramatic tin
me lit I w as nw.'irjr
w hieh vas a beau-
-ented hv the school.
B'-pie. "John M-.v-
' v ! f,,r t:i -n;
.'o 'li -bo r.-nd-r.-d
- '-.rini-- Howard"- n-:i-.
-i: Br;ivi-r of Miry
,-rv. - -'i;cial mention.
, : di ,-laimer. n-n-'
o " En just Pith nal
Hi.gly well. In
m.'d to I , prinei,ali)'
Mi-- Milis and Mi--
: ra it
n 1 with !
i i "
r Lt , 1 u
". i 1' ---- n upon the
o--l;y of duty and
oi duty unt'uiBB, i .
letldltioll of " Ii.--
;s very bia'.uiiiil
o ' w a-i ru-ieh ap-
;y '"o. Messrs.
'ii ac'iuuted them-
h I '!,-,
:. ( Bun
. : . . u iii
r du. hs did all the
l mo-r ,'iij jy able and
liie entire audience.
i i w as
1 patrons, and friend?
rally .uhl not have
le-iion than that of
ge. of Wilmington, as
a-iijii. 1 have heart!
of th - s
l'.'. S; rar,
r tii" in
ubjejt treated often and though
it l- e,r u, -iv. Education was
hit i in a i.i v.- and dr.lurent light.
ili"d speaker hud down his propo-
in en t. -
rcctul.y presented his ari-u-
, hear and forcibly and pursued
corri ct and 1 igitiniate conclu
i le handled his subject w ith a
; hand, and none who were pres
oii that ooca-ion will soon forget
t- in u
the gonial, f n.-iidiv . courtly and eio
o-ii ir. Strange. 1'ho subject was a
1,-aUtifu! I'lie. the occasion a grand
ho. the ration a magnificent literary
;r-at ! v
n loved by all.
I . istiy. but not the 1 -a-t interesting of
ill, who tlie concert at night under the
i ; '.a inteiidviic,' ,,f Mrs. J seph .Bhod-s
1 1 Oi- generally conceded that the pu-pn-
-ii.iu ed mil, h skill in the e ,-c ut ion
f the several pi,-ces as-igued. and that
the;, iiav, e-r- at iy 1 1 1 1 : r -v- . 1 ur.d-r the
t; air.ihg they l,a , ree iv,,. I fr i.. i ,r
u u-i.'.-i ;: optor.
1 i.e iiii-U'i's if t,e itis;it;ui..u have
',-iu'ul ti.'- ---r !,-.-s ' ,f Mr. Kornegay.
the piincipal. for th" ensuing year, and
in this they hav -hown wisdom. Tin y
know a goo i thing when they s.-e it. A
v. ry iUttering rep' 'rtas to the e;licici:c
of the principal and assistant was -in;
muted I y tie - -r-.-tarj :i beha.I of the
1 i.,.- !.ol s , i t ie s -hoc
show ed their appreciation
b v their pre-, l, tatioii to
E. l.i. Kouuce. E- , . of
bo'i'jotr. v. h,, ii done
propriate iii::n lier . t r,
Of t he
in a , iy up
?c . ; ,, n t i .j,!1.'"
ing i'el.C-.tolisly .
Two pr;.:os wrr awur B d. one' to Mis
Olivia s;ee.i iii; I -'Lie- i ) Mis.- Fam::e
K lonce. '.I.-, v wir,- ne.it! v ; resent'. o j
bv 1 raii It '
I B- i.
Ibe I i ;
ill :ih 1 f es: e
of tlie tiin.
wcil as in:
iii.J haii i:
:. I Ihei
in bask. t i
UlliJii' ti., .
1 r- -,'
?Ir. B. M.
1 1 . Ko 'nee,
! u re .
i.aw lour v
II. e hu i : i
hi"" v. , U ;
!: Ui:. By la
t bv B
Old ill rlore
tb.it i r
a b o v .
ii:: 1 o .:.-. r
,. ds iii ti.e
rub th. -"A i
elorv a:.d t!
Kim. Bed Flo
ii-:. May '-'7. Bi:i:i;es
this morinnir m the
Belt Bine stables, on
out a: . ' 1
end ol" tlie
between Fifty-third and Bi;i
treets. d'he building was en-
tireiy iiestroyr ,
nearlv ad the :
ibmtes s; r, 1
piet-'lv elivei -pi
fold. The bui!
tuil.iiu a:u' e.
leaohihi; baok t
upper stories w
pair shops :ni J
, with B'O" In.
r- ir tb-.- buii i
api By ai: 1
, 1 the bull i 1 !i
Buy: v. a - a :
-1 o r y
v e r e d i
:.e ei.ti: i.V"i,;:
- :i a- tou died
Tl.C-v wi 1-. ii.
. The .oh i
so iituokly tb.at tiu-re wa- r.o oi,
save the books of th.- comp.'.r.y.
In the stable- were over -ixp
dred horses and several hiii: Ir.-
d.iy ten horses an-1 iwo ear
sav, ,1: the rest wore all burned i
A t 'J :-B' a. in. the re x bi-jvk
I. ol eauebt i ; 'ire an i v ,,-
i e a r --
v.- e :
!b.rci-:v. i ii,- sl'e--:- ni t!:e
;i. :v : r
block.- ;i ay v ere idled wi.li
em '1. oi v in,o arid w oe-str iek ,-n 1
a 'A e- !
.- Us. - I
i- bod i
inir from B,
-,- tb'elBy ;
r -. v a i
, d ti..
lour ! ,
j a.-t one
"1 til' s
i ired bre
. 0 -: ' u a l i a i .
:iat ii i'l b- .-i
w ere ri-a-ii
, : : i. :
. .-. . - ..,
-t r-f. . "ii-. l
trace was b
. I' u
B r i -
. ' T.
'. i !
t ci w hie a i t ,
: , i 'kerns '. ii 1
w a v
! tile -i.anty S'-f !
i o.v, r. i',e t i : n : n
,f El.-veiitli a i iv.i'
live I he t
i nsi :.! it n
a,I and me
, costs mill
: a ' ;
o k i.ea .
1 Barter '
i0I,3 of lUOIleV iillijil:
i rtiiin and iiure!
if lnstiriiiJ- i:i
I, y . n i . r n '
a 1 1 -. i ' ' : i i . . i r , i a r -
' hot lit I'll-'-, "I bv i.ll I
V. ill. I Vh-IlM rB '!h-
i vv!.- wa nt n c'i P"ri,
l u 1 i y -ell i -.
J -ii.v B.: :. n ;
G , . n."r el' I ixii
ar.d the (it guarante ii
of E. s". Duify. New
that I !.:.
1 at the d ruir ffor
: M v.- "1
'- of -: .io
Mi l.Pit. -o
o euj be .--.
"c-rr! ' "-
. i n -Mid,
(i)xlle. t If n . y. f t
Seed ootton , fo
Cottonseed 810 to.
Tcrpintise- Hani . "
n.-'i - in i -.:
Beeswax1." hi ,-Reef-
-On fo-n. :,c to V
C.m:n-tky Ham.s -"-a'.-'-, i,
r -pbv, p - .
FHKsn Pork 4Aac p .- ; ;.
Pa-vNUT- T.'ic.asi Go r-'r bu-d:
buUDKit 7-Oc acEOo p.--r hu n.B
ONios-So .oOa'J.o.". p.t (,uhel
FlKLD 'I' -
Chick k:.-: c - r ; -.'--,
per but... : .
B.iriy li-- c.
I a i.l.ll'j:, . .
I'll Ii te
il . .- ic.
whinglks . est I.Tim,
inal. not wanted. Huii
lull nr. o n im
line-. " m.-b
tourts, '.oO. sapa.il. 50 tier ii
w::ol::salz p.-.k ;-..--Is--
5!i;:,;: B- kk -
H-o I.-.,yit Mi; AT T-.
C- li h , I- li . V, - an-.l i . .. -.
V B -. B
: . bv t-
:(...o- ID s
' h- ii.nlai
- lrv:.) -.
N a;..-- -
S -.lr -S0ac5c. ; -r gh. k .
MOLAbSEts AND SiPL'Pb '.ila-i ,C'
P - VVDitK c'i Uo.
Hii iT- Drop. S:.7o t.ue', ;2. i"
KE!;'i8::Nf; - -;;
Hides Dry. lUc: trrt-er-. rj
Tallow 5c. ppr lb.
For Sale at a Bargj
r f v
lis and Vests, Pants,
W ub ioi o
an i rftu rn ,
; r rejoin-
; ; . i k' ....
vr-ry two u .'t ks,
i.e.v.. r I 1,.::, Id..
( on me! in
1 " , '. " -o ' - - i , O si i
n ! o.u v Uroa ;l ..
Advice to tlie Aged.
Aire brines fit fi rmi t ies, iich alr-
I li ( v, 1 1 s. eu I. Ki(Siies unci blud
(ler uui foriit ll.'r.
' i ' I i ' i t' i : I It. se Li-gun
l in IE ! a 1 i li r !l ' hii 'P. -; i , in-: nalur
! i si Is a rii -s luite,:,, -li.iii.ill e
I i ! . I 11 11 . II IMt
hi ol, I,
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ti 1 1 j
. i : i :
Prm.rrH;n P.lln, Ol KY. UNIVI
OUIIllIIC!UI(3l UUIICgC LEXINGTON KY.
Cheapest & Drst li;incss College in the World.
Hlfflir-t Sfonnr ..: 1 ;.,!,! M.-ifil r- " oth.r Cn'-egp l
M orltl'w F ; position. , r f ..'.' if HooL-krpIng ar-1
n.-riU l:ifnt'M KducatloN. 0 (irmdiiate In
llu.lnc... i- .. ! fuMt ofVull Ilnlilnc
I'otirHO. , ' i 1--. I j . i" ' H,i:,.K.Mnl tl'itrl. a! .i., HO.
!-lirT-lii.n,!. Ti t,t-V ritlntr & T.-Iej-rnph y. s'-ikaif.
Ki.hf-nlm "W . -nittb.
lltiur U. -uiltli. i':. -i- ai. lcxlngUiU, K y.
, ;o .-; '. ; ! v j i i:o, sLdvi n.
i BABBBS IV
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: : .7 .l:o!,'.li;i'.
1 ' r. A .i .A','. I liOCKKHY,
- a. ;,(.oiis. BLixnsz
rr i.v.v. r . i.xts, onx
I 'Nsl UPAS.SED AS TO
FHICE A1TD QUALITY.
:. N. m i.
- o, n h,
-U t T . I ti ii') ('
s Hatha. Klf'e
Mil), l !.. I
oh I ' :,- l"XiJ.
.ii (n'cl urf i,ui
. : : is over
- o.ii o,rTn
.', r ,1 i -e
in ti e
' 'A ! I
C. K E T SAL I'.
f-uincry Spring But-
r. :, i.r i v
t" T I
m:v bkrm:, n. c.
eo !i,y :t..
'.- of Hut
ok ! Spring
i . -o ;
sortment of Novell
Sse rill. ei.t
i'.O.tol II 1 I
ii I ren:- .
.is ar,- r i
n Mid mii be
ii ".'oith pl.-asure.
I ct. r.i: B.Iv invite ni friends and cus-totn.-r.-
to ,-ai i an 1 s-o- my pretty bright
L'ood-. ulie'li I v. id tab" pleasure in
Mrs. C. M. V. F0LLETT.
Vv. !5. i:ovi.
-Rll! I 1RIII.IM I'
i 1 I 'l.i-AitT.MKN'I
hippers of Truck,
A N .
-. li e
: a -i
It: .1 SiiL;llu
IS. 1 Vilio
. L. HARTSFIELD1
K i NSTON, N. C .,
' BOOKSJ and STATIONERY
-oi-Kiul I'.ook? and School Supplies
:1 -I .t If.
! r-i.KTi lire
'!.! l -'li II
1 . 11
- hue e 'li .Ileo
-. . 1,,1 :i Hue "1
' V 1 -hi 1 L' ! : II i ' :l
. o !',.:,. Hie leiili
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0 'it .1 ,-; 1 ; i , iin- ' : ,s
, a it h v ;,),':i! inn, pt
, I lie piiHHi I, tr vtkMls
no! 1 mil will, Inii i,i
' soiit bt'P'U'al e 1 f ,1 .--to
U nil 1; ,
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oi N-M liTH
DON'T BORROW FROM
Puy your CHAIN KA TiLES from J.
C. WillTI V. Il( deals in all classes of
Farm Implements, Hardware and Ma
chinery, and v. ill treat you right.
The tine Chestnut Sorrel Stallion
"TI liNIP" oilers his services this
spring at Jacksonville. Richlands, Cath
arine Lake, and either places in Onelow
"Ti EN'if ' was sired by Montreal;
Dam, n blooded Canadian. He is eight
years old, l'i hands high and weighs
'.r,0 pound?. Will make his mile in
three minute- Will uoih well in any
"Tlhmi- ' will have to be n-en to be
Apply to (). B COX,
Catharine Bake. Onslow County,
N . C-
THE ONLY TfiOB
Will purify the BLOOD rwoUt
ine LIVKN ftna KIUNIYI and
Kfrtorf the HEALTH ntiVIO
OB of TOUTH Dynropift,Wnt
vi Appenw, JDaifrestion.iAOR or
DLrentfui &ua xired r eeliaur ub-
ciem nd nerv reoir nw
force, tnliverii tne mind
nnd finrDtiefi Hraln Powr.
" I.m Haffftring from romplaiDUpoca
I A llIF R liitrtotHfir Hex will And io Bit
Ffcl&W HAKTEE'B IBON TOKIO
snf "pe f cur". ( i iv n pnr. JinalthT comnxton.
A ; I !itttnpti R countrfitinR only to itupopn-
i;t r : ly. Irt not nprimnnt get ) R it) IN a I, AND BHT
' Cnr ConstipAtion. Liver Complaint aad Sifsk
IIdach. Sample Lose and Dream Boo
1 mii;ed on roonlpt of two oenta Id post a ire.
THE 03 HARTER MEDICINE CO.. ST. L0UI3, M0
MADE AND KEPT CONSTANT
LY ON HANI1 AT
G T. RANDOLPH'S
Bk'oah St.. Nkv. Beknf., N. C.
Those wishing to purchase will find it
to their advantage to call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere.
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Satisfaction guaranteed in work and
prices. api9 dwtf
W. P. BURRUS & CO.,
GRAIN & COTTON
m:w hkkne, n.
m v;" (I w t f
Opposite the Custom House on Middle
-trei-r. where you will find
The Very Best and Purest
And Lienors of All Kinds
CICAKS AND TORACCO,
and I w
i for l 'ash. Call
! rent you right
. !V"7. dwtf
I A OMKiCV e V.. loy .1.V1,1SS.IMANI.1
Green, Foy & Co.,
South Fkont Street,
fe-ldwl NEW BERNE, N. C.
M . SIMM.
SIMEONS & MAKLY
ATTUliNEVK AT LAW.
Vilii prao icf '. n the ( 'onr nor Craven ..I, lien
us!,, w. ('arleri-t . Pain llco, Ijenolr and I! ,1
aad Ir. '.be hi'ilorn 1 (Vair! t Nw 1'ertiC
'ot-'l 'Aw ';-
It oon brtngi Into heal tbrplar
, TBe torpMI itvr oar dj amy
V And BeirukUe the W
am crown of haafltoaola
of BhOfl. .
It enraatta Pttes,Mfpoa
Umi appetMa lt aoan re-
WUo famlllaa tliro-UiUmit
Koop T A li RANTS' SELTZEU near aL hand.
: 'noenls to I-aru 'J'el
tfmptiv Isitimi ions fur-
tiiKhi-il. ll. ii oil. i- oul. Aildress
i II A KI .Lsl i in cel Ct.. I Iihi initon, V. 'a.
) i h ruroi
Pb. m. woolley, m. d.
td Vtlnnin, f.a. Oil;.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
Of I h t.ody enlni ana strnifl bened. roll partiro
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Fine Flour of all Grades,
Selected Teas. Pure Coffcca
Butter and Cht tse, from the
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It ii roans, Wardrobes.
Centre Tables, Ktc,,
AT IKH'K BOTTOM PB1CKS
Mi.lJ.c street, Bw Beroe.N. O-
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rrn'.'t a-'- u Ik re aurvlreaart. dHlred.
Frucliee in Ine SupriDie Court, and In Itie
Ki'dorul I'tciri it! New lterii
line ot lioK rlrm will alwaj-sne at the fol
lowing pi.ri-fi at iln.es specified iiel'iw:
Trfiiion . l.irirs rniinty. Saturday of eai u
and evt-i i e- k .
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