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JUNE 18. 17.
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J- Grnfife Items
It ia decidedly cool, and the cotton is
ahowvng the effect of it.
Alt oaf young ladies who have been
attending school, are now at home on
The law business has revived a little.
Oar new Mayor heard hi first case last
week. We svppose he likes the busi
ness) not much.
Cnurch service last Sunday ana
a j ..;, at tk C! T- hr RV. W.
FL Swain and at the IJiactplea LBurcn , . . , T . v iu. cmucw 3 .
fj BtMrBarper. , order by the Fourth of July. ; DepiUy sheriffs Blackledge and Smith
A heavy rain, the heaviest for years, i The turpentine distillery on East ; iet Saturday morning with five re
fell just north of this place last Friday. Front street belonging to Mrs. E. B. . craiu for the penitentiary. The pris-
Mr. Noah Bouse and C. a. wooten.
Km., say that it was exceedingly neavy
at their noose.
Ura. Ava Capell died at her residence
ia Buckleabory teat week after several
weeks Ulneaa. A useful and good
woman has died. The bereaved family
hava the svaaDathvof theoommunity. i
The aeverest hail storm for many
years passed through this and Falling
creek towriship Thursday 2d t. The
Kail oortion of the storm crossed Neese ,
rv . - .
irrer just netow we mwuw ji ocmi
creek and its coarse wss nearly north
case. The farms of Noah and Joshua
Satton, B. F. Sutton, Thomas 8utton,
Jnlios E. Snttoo, and others being in
its track. The destruction to gardens
was greatest, some of them being al
Btosa rotated. Corn sad cotton was
eonsiderabty damaged in some places.
In Falling creek township it is said to
have been very severe. Some of tbe
hail (tones were said to have been as
larg as hen eggs. We hear that the
storm was equally severe on the south
aids of Neuse.
Davis commencement came off last
week as announced. The program, ex
cept as to Gov. Cameron, was carried
out as announced . Tbe exercises by
the boys wss not only good, bat very
good. The speech of General Moieeon
Wednesday ia oompUmented by all who
heard it- The concert by the band
Taesday wss sronoanced a success by
the male hearers, and the ladies call it
"fart "plead id," The school during the
past year ass beea better patronised than
sWMTlomsyear,inere naving seen
- eorettaf 183 daring the term, an in-
ereass of 60 over any previous year.
TW seboo! U doing s good work, and is
ftlUtag a place long needed in Eastern
Cairrfiwa We wiab. it the success in
the fatare that it so richly deserree.
We wish we were able to give the names
of aU the fair ones who visited our
place daring the commencement.
"There was loci of 'em." and they were
pretty, prettier and prettiest. This is
alt I can say of them.
Jones County Items.
We are having very cool weather for
the middle of Jane, too cool for crops.
The entire community deeply sympa
thise with Mr. and Mrs. Abner Dawson
ia the death of their darling little baby
airU Abbie, aged three years, eleven
nxiBtaa sad fourteen days, which sad
event occurred Saturday, the 11th of
We learn that two small colored boys
at Cap. Page's plantation were playing,
w iUt a loaded pistol on Saturday even
ing last and one of them was shot
through the hip the ball lodging near
the saekboca. The boy was alive Sun
The Datlv JocbjiaI. of Thursday last
reaches! Trenton next day. and your
iteenisers name was missing in the
Friday edition. I mast say that I can
bear these little disappointments about
as welt as most of the human kind, but
nevertheless it is s little annoying to me
to fce others enjoying the luxury and I
deprived of it by a mistake.
Ws are of the opinion that if no dis
aster ocemrs to crops, corn in Jones
next year will not retail in Trenton at
70 cents per bsbaL.as all the corn crops
of nearly every farmer is in good con
dition, and the indications are that there
will be an extra yield. Cotton is now
looking very well; some of it has been
a little grassy, bat we believe nearly
every one is now clear of it.
Tbe tax takers and assessors, we
IssTn, are surprising some of the citi
zens of oar county with the present
assessment. WeU, we moat bear it, we
know that the current expenses of our
oounty mast be paid, and that hereto
fore the valuation of property in Jones
county in many instances was very low.
So let us be taxed a little and pay as we
go. Mach better than to have our
county paper selling st fifty cents dis
count, making the speculators rich and
the poor poorer.
We bear several of our farmers com
plaining thas they called for the early
rose mcatoea. but the moat of them say
that they find some other variety which
give tremendous thrifty vines and smau
lata potatoes. I find that mine are
mixed, part ear If rose and part peach
blows. The rose are fully grown and
large while tbe blows are thrifty, full
of blossoms and have not their growth
Farmers who expect to ship potatoes
ought to be certain that they plant the
genuine early rose potato as they ma
ture much earlier.
We learn that the teachers of Joce
county who may desire to attend the
Teachers' convention st Morebead City
can obtain tickets st Core Creek to go
sad return at tbe same reduced rates
as st other places on the road. We
learn that our worthy and efficient
superintendent, who is always to the
front in educational matters, was very
ixvftrumental in securing for our teach-
ra these advantages. We must say
ttyt ia our humble opinion no better
selection for that important position
maid have been made in our county.
W aotiee that he is very careful in his
examinations and strives hard to obey
trWIv Lh instructions ziven by our
State superintendent. We don't think
that oar citizens will have any cause to
munnliln at incmarjetent teacners in
oar eoentv. We wish our superintend
eat God speed in his work, believing
that it is much better for the money to
stay uaexpended than to have it thrown
away on teachers not properly qnsuneo
Biskop Stevens Dead.
Philadelphia. Pa... Juno 11. Wra.
Baooo Stsveos, D.D. LL. D:, Bishop of
th DioceM of Pennsylvania!' OX t
rmlartant Episcopal Cburch.. did at
hi raidBce at 1.033 SprM strvet, at 0
o,elckUUa mom ing.
(VUdrca, tali the Pretty School
-SammarSJk ia stripe and plaids b
orth 60c per yard, and it takes 20 yds.
to make a alressu I h Dtna dollars
in my pocket sd my salary is three
doUara per week, bow much longer
mut I wait before I haveenoogh to buy
my drees. " .
Before any one had the tune to wink.
a uttle girl s band went up.
"Wbv. Grace, "said the teacher
cannot have th answer so soon.
"Oh yes I hv, teaehex! Too don t
haf to wait at ail, because A. M. Baker
U aelliBK aaiftflae silks si 3e. Mamma
bought a drees of U yesterday, and also
om of that lovely Camel's Hair Check
Mhp. She aey it la the best bar-
gaia aba srrer saw. . - ,fajjfrrnoe as to the steamer, so long as
.?JOne look her place at the head afP1" ... o
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Ellis is being rebuilt.
It is with deep regret that we see in
the telegrams that Mr. John C. Wash-
Ington, of Kinston. is dead. j
The State Press Association meets in
the beautiful mountain town of Hen- ;
dersonville on the 20th of July,
a steamboat line between Asheville
Bre d u an enWrpriMDOff under
virianlArtir,n in f n a f api-tinn or enter-
Mr. John Dunn is having a new front !
put in the bricks store next to bis pree- !
ent stand, preparatory to moving in '
The committee are at work on the I
preparations for the celebration on the j
4th of July. Circulars are being sent ;
out. anc' a good time will be had. j
Mrs. Susan Stanly has removed to
Middle street, in the Bishop building,
opposite the Baptist Church. The book
store and Mrs. Dillingham's ice cream
parlor can both be found there.
We call attentiun to the advertise
ment of Mrs. S. Parsons's boarding
house at Portsmouth. N. C. This ia
said to be one of the finest resorts on
the coast for either health or pleasure.
Wa have been shown, by Geo. Allen
& Co., a bunch of oats grown by T. A.
Bell of Polloksville, N. C, containing
ninety-five stalks, said to be the product
of one grain. They measure thirty
eight inches in height.
The Buffet Pullman car just out' on
the A. & N. C. Railroad is a thing of
beauty. The passenger traffic over the
road bids fair to be heavy this year and
the cars have been put in condition to
Whether the board of city council
can agree or not there is no restraining
order against the people's having a
grand Fourth of July celebration. We
need some of the love of country and
patriotism that inspired the men of "76.
:lfir. John Dunn has drdeed' the Sre
wotksTor the fourth of 'July. Several
vher .North Carolina towns are taking
steps to celebrate the Fourth. New
Kerne will be second to none of them.
We want ail to join in: share in the
expenses, the honors, the patriotism
and the pleasures.
It is estimated that at least twenty
thousand barrels of Irish potatoes went
forward to Northern markets from
New Berne and vicinity last week. At
an average of four doll.-irs per barrel
some brought five and six this would
bring in the neighborhood of seventy
five thousand dollars to tbe community.
Professor Price Thomas who was once
superintendent of the graded school
here, has received the degree of Ph. D.
at the University of Tennessee. He is
said to be one of the youngest gentle
men who has ever received the degree in
this country. The many friends of his
here will join the Journal in extend
ing bim congatul&tions.
The death of Miss FaDnie, daughter
of Mr. James M, Hinee, was a shock to
her family and friends. Up to but a
few days ago she was in apparent good
health and was only sick a shore time.
The afflicted family have the sympathy
of the whole community in their sad
bereavement. The remains were taken
to Lenoir Institute Tuesday for inter
ment. Among the young ladies at Miss Man
ly 's school we can mention in compli
mentary terms Miss Hellen Smith, a
daughter of Dr. Smith of Yanceboro,
I whose excellence in every department
won for her many honors. We would
say in this connection, what we hear
so of ten repeated, that our friends in
the country can do no better thing for
their children than to send them to the
excellent school in this city. New
Bern a no:ed for its intelligence and
cultivated people, and the schools of
this city are capable of giving the
Mr. Chas. F. Hanret brouzht to this
office Saturday the rattles of a monster j
snake which he killed on Trent road five ;
mile from the city Saturday. He says
that the venomous reptile was about
six inches in circumference, more than
foar feet long, and had twelve rattles
and two buttons.
The Justices' Case Once Mere.
It is proper we think to state that the
indictments against the justices of the
peace vera found by the Qrand Jury
before Solicitor White came" into office,
and the bill that ha presented at this
term, we are informed, was by agree
ment wan counsel tor tiie iietenuanis
in or(r to make a test. "
Another Paper ia Goldsboro.
We are rrejueiHd to announce that a
paper will be started in ( lol Jsboro on '
or about the 1st of Ju:y. It id to repre
sent tho colored people of North Caro
lina, and will start a soon aa one hun
dred and fifty subscribers are enrolled.
CompetfCt gentlemen are wanted to
canvass for the paper, and for particu
lars will address P. O. box No. 5?9,
New Berne. N. C.
A Ketort Courteous.
On the last trip of the steamer Pam-
lico was a bride who had just been
I rr-kA ma at Naw Rna.
On Cept South gate 'a congratulating
her and wish ing ho had his former ship
tk Rh&naniah. ssKare he could pro
vide more comfortable quarters. ;the
it mtlA Tirt
Mr. E. S. Street sent us yesterday
two immense beets, one of them weigh
ing three and a-half pounds Beat it.
or beet us if you can.
Solicit sr WhiU'a Work.
At the opening of the present term of
the Superior Court there wire 00 cases
on the crisalnal docket. The following
disposition has been made of it: Fifteen
cases were matters of coat; in eleven a
nol pros was entered; there were twenty-two
submissions and convictions;
four not guilty, and thirty-six were
continued, moat of which were against
jastioM of the peaoe. In the ramainder
of cases the grand jury found not a true
bill. Six go to the penitentiary, five
colored and one whit. The Solicitor
has done good work and proven him
self to be a good prosecuting officer.
! In speaking of the Round Knob Hotel
the Aaheville Citizen has this to say :
What gives it its chief claim to dis
tinction is its wonderfully picturesque
position, deep down in the mountains.
yet with ample spread of prospect
around it: its peculiar relation to the
remarkable triumph of engineering
which here begins iu conquest of the
Blue Ridge; and tbe peculiarities of the
railroad itself, whk-h here winds in
coils around the spot, showing no sign
of access or egress in or ou out of a
seeming labyrinth; and then the chief -
est wonder of them all, that beautiful
fountain which sends its jets of spray
to greater height than any other in the
oners were convicted at tbe last term
of the Superior court and sentenced as
follows; Wm. Moore, larceny, three
years; Perry Chad wick, larceny, two
years; Dempsey Bell, larceny, two
years; Wm. Petteway, larceny, two
years; Alexander Williams, perjury,
five rears. These were all colored per
sons. Cyrus Westbrook, white, who
was convicted for larceny, took an ap
peal and gave his bond.
Walter Jackson, col. , was taken along
at the same time for the Eastern Insane
This leaves only five prisoners re
maining in jail: one of these, Jones, for
murder, is awaiting the decision of the
Supfctroe conrt, one is awaiting trial
and the other thrM1 are BerTing out ,,en.
teQCM or he4d for
The Talking All Right, but not the
On Wednesday night last, while
Clement Manly, Esq. , was holding the
large audience in the theatre spell
bound, while he told them of American
poets and poetry, an old colored man
and his wife wended their way thither
to hear the Salvation Army, this being
the place where they had been holding
forth. Ascending the Bteps, the old
man, being in the lead, could hear the
speaking and thought everything was
all right, but when he peeped in he saw
faces on the rostrum that were not
familiar at the Salvation meetings. He
drew back and said:
"Dat ain't de Salvation Army. "
"Yes 'tis," replied the old woman,
''don't you hear de man preachin '.'
The old man being struck with the
force of the "preachin, " peeped in
again, and scrutinized more carefully
the oountenanees on the rostrum.
"Umph, dat ain't no Salvation Army :
dat's er preachin' man. but 'taint de
8o they went away disappointed, not
with the speaker, however, but didn't
like the crowd on the rostrum.
A Plea for Home Enterprises.
A correspondent in a communication
given elsewhere makes a plea for sus
taining the Neuse and Trent River
Steamboat Company. The Journal has
often alluded to the fact that New Berne
made a great mistake when she sur
rendered her shipping and let it go into
other hands. All the net profits arising
from the carrying of freights to and
from New Bernaxcept that made by
the Elm City, goes to enrich and build
up other cities. The corporations that
have captured the business are not to
be blamed; we welcome any one who
takes up an enterprise that oar own peo
ple have dropped, especially when such
enterprise is of suoh vast importance to
our commerce, and when they invest
their money in such we like for them to
succeed and make the investment profit
able. We know nothing of the proposed in
troduction of a new rrver line of steam
ers, but we know it is true that the
Neuse & Trent is a home enterprise,
and besides spending all their money
for supplies, repairs, labor, etc., here,
whatever profits are made by the line
are also left among our own people.
This line is also continually moressiog
its facilities for handling freights and
aecommodatfng tbe people along tbeir
lines by erecting warehouses and build
ing wharves. It also runs a regular
schedule, giving the people steady and
Major Credle Attends the Salvation
On Thursday night Major Geo. Credle
visited the theatre to hear and witness
the services of the Salvation Army
After he had been comfortably seated
j and the services had continued for
awhile, the Captain, feeling that the
MajorJ needed that consolation which
can only be found in the faith of the re-
deemed, glided through the aisle to his
seat and asked:
Have you made any preparation to
get to heaven ?
Major Credle: "Sit down, I can't
hear good, I want to talk to you."'
She sat down and repeated the ques
tion. Major Credle: "Yea, I am running a
schedule to get there on the tenth com
mandment. "What is that asked tho Captain.
Major Credle: "Do to others as I wish
them to do to me."
Captain: "You will hava to change
your schedule before you get to
The Major baa been searohing the
Bible for a day to find that tenth com
mandment. He Is unable to find it is
the revised edition.
President Bryan, of the A. & N. C. H.
R.. givee notice that on the 27th instant
application or petition will be made to
the intorstate commerce commission for
the suspension of the fourth section of
the interstate commerce law as far as it
aflecta Kinston and Morehead City and
all points between such points as freight
is carried by the Eastern Carolina Dis
patch line. This notioe, we suppose, is
given in order that those interested in
having this clause applied may be beard
at the same time. Let such as are con
cerned take due notice thereof and
govern themselves accordingly. This
bill seems to be a peculiar one, and
while passed under a pressure brought
upon Congress for its passage, is likely
t rendered a nullity by those for
i wiiuto av Ol Ussiivw i " r j -
tended. Let the freight payers speak
out and they will doubtless be heard
by the oomjxiesion.
Proceedings of Board of Commission
ers of Craven County.
The board convened on the :irt M 111
day in .Tune' .-ill the c.-nimi-'ti.n-'rs
A maudaaitu .n.-ued tv the rK-rk f
the Superior emir: w.v; served upon the
board to compel thorn to levy a tax to
pay the claim of Joseph Nelsu:;.
amounting to 151 51, which judgment
was obtained at the February term of
Tbe tax on l.COO worth f persona!
property iu No. 0 township for the year
18s5, listed to W. II. Bray, wan remit
ted, the same having been liste 1 in No.
A demand was made upon the board
by W. 15. Royd for tho payment of
vouchers to the amount of 825.00.
The claim of J. H. Hunter for burial
of Beni Svkes. od., for :! 25 was al
The application of Matiida Sykea for (
relief was referred to Commissioner
Watson to investigate.
The board then adjourned to meet in
joint meeting with the jutices. the
proceedings of which meeting were
given last week.
After the adjournment of the joint
meeting the commissioners met with
the assessors and list-takers, and in con
formity with section 4 of the machinery
act, agreed upon the following uniform
basis of valuation of personal property
to be listed the present year: Horses
and mules 1st class. 8200 00: 2d class.
S150 00: 3d class. 875.00 to S100 00: 4th i
class, 525.00 to 875 00. Standing stall
ions, from 8200.00 to WOO. CO: jacks,
$200,00 to 8500 00, bulls, two years and
over, $5.00 to $50 00; oxen, 1st class
$80.00 to $40.00, 2d clas $10 00 to
$80.00; cows, milk, 1st class $20.00 to
850.00, all other cattle $5.00 to $20.00:
sheep, $1.00 per head; hogs. 50 cents to
Si. 00 each: coats. SI. 00 each: bees, 0 i
per stock. Adjourned.
The commissioners rcfoiiver.eJ on
Tuesday. All present.
Samuel Brett, having proved a good
character was granted license to retail ,
liquors at Hotel Albert. I
Commissioner Watson submitted his i
monthly report oncondition of the poor. J
wai approved. and filed. I
Tbe monthly allowance to Norman j
Ipock for B. Lathinghouae was discon
tinued, it having been reported that
said Lathinghouse is dead.
Commissioner W. G, Brinson submit
ted a report relative to bridges, which
which was approved and filed.
The accounts of H. G. Bates, coroner, !
David Tripp and Dr. R. G. Cobb were j
referred to the committee on bills. j
The item of $2.25 for medicines to !
Nash Higgins, of Onslow county, al-
lowed in the list of E. H. Meadows A j
Co's. bill, was referred to Commissioner
Watson, with authority to collect the !
same for the county of Craven.
L. S. Williams was placed upon toe
pauper list for monthly allowance of
83.00, when he leaves the poor house.
The allowance of $2.00 per month to
Sarah Henitage was discontinued.
The following redaction was made in
the monthly allowances for paupers:
M. Harris from $3.00 to $2 00
W. Fionner. ..
The clerk of the board was instructed
to purchase twenty-five copies of civil
and criminal dockets for use of justices.
Aocount of J. E. Kornegay was re
ferred to committee on bills.
Tbe assessors and list-takers of town
ship No. 1 were instructed to make a
separate list in that portion of said
township known as the "stock-law dis
trict." The bill of J. J. Tolson was referred
to Commisssoner W&tson to investigate.
The petition of the stock fence com
mittee of township No. 1 to levy a tax
in the stock law territory was laid oyer
till the next meeting.
Sheriff Stimson submitted a report,
which was approved and ordered to be
The chairm'an of the board was ap
pointed proxy to cast the vote of the
county in all meetings of the stock
holders of the A. cfe N. C. Road for the
ensuing year, and in his absence either
commissioner Mallison, W, G. Brinson,
S. W. Latham, W. M. Wataon or Chas.
C. Clark, whichever of them may be
present is appointed proxy to cast said
The attention of the treasurer, Isaac
Patterson, was called to act of the
General Assembly entitled "an act to
pay jurors of Edgecombe and Craven
The poll tax charged to Collison II.
Bryan, colored, in No. 0 township for
the year 18S6 was "remitted, he being
over 50 years old.
On motion of Commissioner Watson.
Commissioner Brinson was authorized
to contract with G. A. Atkinson for
rebuilding Price's creek bridge in ac
cordance with plans and specifications
furnished by the board.
The valuation of land listed to L. M.
Blakely in township No. 2 was reduced
from 84,225 to 81,225 on the tax list to
1886, tbe former amount being an error, '
provided said Blakely t adeem said land
the same having been sold to the coun
ty for taxes due in 155.
Tho clerk of the board was instructed
to record in a book a lirt i f all deeds
for lands sold to the county fr ta.xcs
together with tho amount cf taxes and
The account of J. B. Gardner for ma
terial and work on stock fence in .v o.
1 township was allowed. The account
of W. H. Adams for the same purpose
The monthly bills were allowed and
Miss Annie Blackwell, of this city wnn
married on the 8th to Dr. CartwrigLt of
Hyde county. Rev. Mr. Shields offi
ciating. Tha oeremony was at Christ
Church, and the bride and groom left
immediately for the North.
Complimentary to a Journalist.
At the joint meeting of the board of
magistrates and commissioners of
Wayne county, on the first Monday in
June, at Goldsboro, on motion of Major
B. P. Hooks, the following very appro
priate resolutions were passed.
Whereas, This meeting has learned
with regret that it ia the intention of
Julias A. Bonitz to remove to Wilming
ton. And whereas, we have long been in
debted to his energetic activity in the
promotion of our inteVeets in material
and mental advancement, and whereas
we recognize and acknowledge that
Wayne county and the city of Goldsboro
the common schools and tho graded
every enterprise calculated to advance
our best interests as a community, have
always had his his hearty co-operation
and active aid.
Resolved, That we the board of magis
trates and county commissioners in
joint session assembled hereby acknowl
edge the indebtedness of our county to
him and tender him our united and
several good wishes for his prosperity
in the new held of usefulness to which
he has been chosen.
The Value of the A. & N, C. Railroad
Pursuant to an act of the Cenrr.il
Assembly, the rhairmen ..( t!:t-l.,eir 1 o;
ommis!-ioner-1 of the ( or.r.ti j io:o ,1
beb'W met at ' v j'.'rr;-- n .;::, ;;,i
Ja-. A Iii ViW.. eliair;u:-.t, ,!' ihe i .if 1
of commissioners of o'niven county.
Joseph Pit;;"tt. chairman b mrd cf
commissioners of Carteret county.
E. F. Cox. chairman of board of com
missioners of Lenoir county.
C. E. Foy. representing J. C. Bryan,
chairman of board of cnimisioners of
Jones county .
Wayne not represented.
James A. I'.ryan. under the act. was.
by representing the county having the
largest amount of the railroad property
in its limits, the chiirn an.
James C. Harrison was elected sr
The board, constituting a board i f
assessors for th3t purpose, proceeded to
assses the value of ihe A. t N. C rail
road. Washington Bryan, president,
making the returns to the board.
The assessment was as follows:
Raiis and track 2l0.000.oo
Rolling stock HO. 000.00
Furn re t )ols at New Merne S50.00
Kinston. . 25 00
" ioldsboro . 7 5 Ou
La Grange. 50. im)
Road bed. etc 000.00 '
Total valuation $400,000 00
The valuation per mile was fixed at
$4.210 52 60-95 and distributed to the
counties as follows:
Jones, :: -Lenoir,
miles P.ra "iin to
; 7 1.57s. 95
1 4.73(5. M
The property of the road due to the
cities and towns through which it
passes and subject to taxation by each
was apportioned as follows:
Morehead City 1- miles nmnunti!.,- to
Newport . mile amoui.tii:g to ;.-
New I'erne 1; miles amounting to
Kinston mile amounting to ?2,105 .25.
La Grange t mile amounting to 1.
052.63. Goldsboro 1 mile amounting to-rl.-210
The rolling sto:k was listed and.
valued as fol lo ws .
7 Locomotives, 19,000.00
9 Passenger cars 15,000.00
3 Express and baggage cars, 4.500.00
7 Coal cars 2.&00.00
27 Platform cars 4.500.00
20 Hand and dump cers. 600.00
39 Other kinds of cars 13.050 00
Total s.Vj 450 00
Till' CAPITAL STCf'K.
Amount of capital stock authorized
SI. BOO, 000 ('0.
Number of eharcs li. 000. !
Amount of stock paid up 81 .797.200 Cu. j
Number of miles, including sidr
tracks, in the different counties: j
Wayuo County 11 Miles.
Lenoir " IS " I
Jones 3 " i
Craven " 50 " j
Carteret " 17 " !
Closj of Cypress Creek School.
The closing exercises of Cypress Creek
School, Jones county, concluded yester
day with au address from our towns
man Clement Manly, Esq. He was
introduced by Mr. Joseph Kinsey, of
La Grange, and chose for his subject,
"The Progress of the Age." Upon this
he delivered en eminently practical ad
dress to a large, intelligent and atten
tive audience. Our reporter will give
full particulars of address and exei
cises in next week's issue.
This, the third year of this institution,
has been a most prosperous one. and the
people of that community ought to feel
proud of such a school. We had the
pleasure of attending on this occasion,
where we met many old friends whom
we wre glad to tako by the hand, and
join with them in the pleasures Of these
annual exercises, which bring the peo
ple together to witness the educational
progress made during the year.
There was a great abundance
of good victuals on hand
to satisfy the inner-man after en
joying snch a literary feast by the stu
dents of the school and orator of the
day. It was one of Mr. Manly's hap
piest efforts, and wo were pleased to
see the audience so well gratified.
We have a tender spot in our heart
for Cypress Creek. Long may her peo
ple enjoy such educational facilities as
they now possess, and may the bless
ings of heaven attend all their efforts to
advance civilization, learning and
A Rich Fee For Some Parson.
Says the Charlotte Chronicle: It was
reported on the streets yesterday morn
ing that four people, two men and two
women, had run away from the poor
houae for the purpose of getting mar
ried. Of all the Gretna Greens on
record this n pre-eminently the boss.
One of the men is named Samuel Parks
and his age is 76 years. He hasn't a
tooth in his head, and his blu&hing part
ner was Cynthia Parks, wh068 age is
sweet 6. Theother couple were Green
Kimmons, aged 30, and Sarah Baldwin,
aged 20. Before their departure they
told some of the inmates cf the p.oor
house of their intention.
CoimiiIsiouers' and Justices' Proceed
ings of Pamlico County.
The joint meetiDg of justices and
county commissioners was held in the
court house in Bayboro on Monday,
June Oth, 187, for the purpose of levy
ing taxes, electing finance committee
and board of education.
Upon the resignation of W. N. Pugh,
Jas. S. L3ne was elected chairman of
the board of justices for the ensuing
The roll of justices was called and
twenty-one answered. The chairman
announced a quorum present and ready
The commissioners recommended that
SI. 20 on the hundred dollars' valuation
be levied for all purposes, and, on mo
tion of J. B. Martin, was adopted.
On motion. Schedule B and C tax was
made the same as the State tax.
On motion of W. N. Pugh, the board
of commissioners were instructed to
pay no more on the railroad debt until
the courty of Pamlico received her
proper credits by reason of Craven
county refunding and compromising
the said bonded debt.
On motion of J. O. Baxter, the poll
tax was established at 82.00.
J. F. Brinson, Jesse F. Sawyer and J.
B. Turner were elected board of educa
tion for the ensuing year.
W. T. Caho. George Dees and J. F.
Brinson were elected finance commit
tee. Ureal Painage l Storing in We-t
Chu'aoo. June 10. A 7'imes special
from Wheeling, West Ya., says the al
most continuous heavy storms of tho
past ten days have done a largo
amount of damage throughout the
State and in contiguous parts of Ohio.
Railroad travel has been greatly
interrupted, bridges washed away,
live stock drowned, crops ruind and
great amounts of valuable timber car
ried off. No through trains have run
on the Ohio river road south of this city
since Monday and last night three or
four passenger trains were blocked.
. u-- ' i a i
v,re rk- !
or merro ri
River,-: : !
' Ir;::,: .
A I. . iy
WKS f ; ;
Y. . and F.d
1 .1 :
! t -M :
I e. ar
Y . Thurs-
b. of Glean. N.
The f.ht was declared a draw.
Hermann, at Pittsburg.
who raur a-n-d
tried to kill
his wife and then cut h
last Mui.da aften.oon. d
Mrs. Hrriiiann will reerjy
Th 1 em L rain e .mmissi
Y-tL y. ,t , day e-it.-idere
N e w
ol p'rmitt:ru t!.e landin
ninety em ijr;,r;ts from Ireb
- .f ;
ers. They finally
l ie i
Su landing of three wo men t:;i
or;.- man and their families, numbering
in all twenty-one: all the others were,
ordered to be taken back by the Inraan
Steamship Company. j
The Onciiir"-'5 Hamilton and Day- :
ton R jad h .- i Pavid Sinton and j
Tii'Mins J. Km-. . - t 0mm on stock of !
the Dayton and lt:.-bigan R ad for one j
million doIlar. The road runs from)
Dayton to Toledo. !;: .. and is leaded
in perpetuity to the Cir.-ii.nnti. Hamil
ton and Dayton Road.
Aaron I. Still, colored, born in Phila
delphia in 1S20. one of the most earnest
promoters of un ierground railroads in
slavery days .an intimate friend of Fred.
Douglas. u:.J an early organizer of
equal rights leagues and other organi
sations for the protection of colored
men. died at R jading, Pa. . Thu rsdav.
Ojr avL-rje negro man seems to
happiest when lie is at work on
around a stick of pine timber.
The fair young farmer says thai s
to talk consola-
i lOIl to.
Gen. ( 1 recn has ab
,ion of some of the
We cannot understand wbv
it is that
some of the farmers wait until their
crops are almost smothered with grass
before they br-gin cultivation.
We have had it very wet for the past
two weeks, too iiiuoii s for crops, but
the heaviest rain of the season fell here
on the 10th hist. It completely flooded
the country and was accompanied by
large but scattering ii.ul-stonc-s.
The enterprising ci.-:ns of Trent
Creek have ereit 'd a very nice school
house b't t we have seen in the coun
ty one tvo th: t the community ought
to feel proud f. They conduct a very
large Sun lav ehooi it that place,
which meets Sur. i.iy evening at three
Some very mis. -hi- vein fellow cr fel
lows put up a rough j .b on the horse of
Mr. W. H. Whitcomh while he was
here on a ;-it a few nights ago. They
l the mai
d tail ( f the animal
so as to ru m l:;
sorry to know t
! " 1: ; , - f him. We are
at our vio;nitv contains
Such 1 ude cL;:pc
U. 1.. Hiiiitrl.iN s: shoe.
Gentlemen w ho ,1, ,-ire a stylish, com
fortable, well made shoo, unequalled
for wear, shonld get the W. L. Douglas
83 Seam'ess Shoe. This shoe now has
the uppi r cut in one piece, thus doing
away w:'h the old-style seams at each
side, m .king it much neater in appear
ance and more comfortable to the foot.
No other 3 advertised 6hoe in the world
has this improvement, nor is any other
made of as good material. But no ex
pense has been or will be spared to
make every possible improvement in the
manufacture of this shoe, and those who
wear them testify that it is just what it
claims to I.e. "the best .-'3 shoe in the
Luliaii War Threatened
"Alio. June 13. A Times
from Tucson. Arizona, says: The hos
tiies are supposed to be in the east
end of the Santa Catalina mountains
as their signal smoke lias been dis
tinctly seen. The troops of cavalry
are operating in that locality. Over
one hundred fighting bucks are out.
all well armed. The chief of the
Avarapia Apaches says there will be
a big Indian war: that more than four
hundred warriois will soon be in the
field, all with good guna and plenty of
ammunition. Nearly ali his young
bucks joined the hostiles. All "of the
mountains have been fired. The
Indians say this w tis done to stop the
troops from using the heliograph signal
llash. The crest of the Santa Catalinas
lait night was ablaze for 15 miles.
W. B. Hoyt & Co.. wholesale and re
tail druggists of Rome. Ga.. say: We
have been selling Dr. King's New Dis
covery, Electric Bitters andBucklen'e
Arnica Salve for two years. Have
never handled remedies that sell as
well, or give such universal satisfac
tion. There have been some wonderful
cures effected by these medicines in
this city. Several cases of pronounced
Consumption have been entirely cured
by use of a few bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery, taken in connection
with Electric Bitters. We guarantee
them always. Sold by R. N. Duffy.
Iu this city, June Sih at 11 p.m.,
after an illness of ten days, Mrs.
Daisy Hutcheson.wife of Joseph Hutche
son. Est;., aged 2G years. The remains
will be taken to New York for inter
ment, leaving on the train this morning.
The funeral services were performed
Thursday at 7 p.m. at her late resi
dence by the Rev. V. W. Shields, rector
of Christ Church of this city. The de-
ceuitd was confirmed at the last Epic
copal visitation of tho Bishop of the
Diocese, and was one of the most punc
tual attendants upon the services of the
church, and died in tho possession of
"a reasonable religious and holy hope
of everlasting life,"
OBITl All V
Died, cf puerperal convulsions, at her
home in Carteret county. June s. ltlv:7.
Polly L. Humphrey, wife of R. W.
Humphrey. She leaves an infant, three
girls and one boy. a devoted husband,
all who knew her, to mourn her irrepa
rable loss. She became unconscious
after the first convulsion, and remained
so to the close, and, thus escaped the
pain incident to her condition, and
passed up from earth without feeling
the pangs of death. A good woman has
died. A worthy Christian has gone
home. A sincere and warm friend has
left us. A true neighbor, an affection
ate wife and living mother has passed
up for her reward. She deserves it, for
she was a good woman. At the meri
dian of her t-rrestial life, fall of Chris
tian virtues, and ripe in Christian
deeds, she begins her celestial exist
ence with a happy experience, lierlamp
full of oil and brightly burning. Our
Sunday-school has lost a warm support
er, the Methodist Church a devoted and
consistent member, and society one of
our model exemplars. We mourn the
heavv- loss, but our loss is her gain. We
were l letter Dy ner living, rut wnu ncr .
it wa- life to die. an ending of sorrow, j
pain and death for r.n unending glo- i
rious immortality. To her bereaved ;
and disconsolate family we offer our ;
sincere condolence, and that ct the en-
tire community. j
Rev. W. H. Puckct preached the fune
ral at the homo of the deceased to a
large concourse of friends, and per
formed the burial ceremonies at the
grave. The sermon was highly appro-
priate and full of pathos and consola- '
tion to tho familv and frier. Is of the ;
depaned " J. W. SAsi'i:;
S imlers' Stole. June 0. 1.7.
Jacko; yii.!.::. Jur.c 0. :7.
I'here will be a Masonic funeral ovt r
the deceased J hn A. Cos ton. at his
residence near Piney Green, in Onslow ,
county, on the second Sunday in July.
All ma-on? of good standing are re
quested to attend.
R. F. Pellhtif::.
.o. r.afavette Lodge. No.
' iVasliinstou XlMys.
! Wa.-hixgton, June 13. The Prii
I .lent today appointed John C. T.uning
postmaster at i.eesbtirg. Fla. Ihe oflicc
recently became presidential.
A delegation from North Carolina.
Loaded by Senati ra Ransom and Van- e
an.J I I-rpreseiita' ive l leialeis. n. -w aited
u the President today and asked the
modi:i 'at ion of the c'Xf-cutive order c i.
solidating the in tcrnf.l revenue districts
-o that the districts in that State m:;
not be changed .
AOVK K TO ?10TI1KU.
Mi:-. Wl.V-Low's Pi i.rillXii S'V.v' 1
-houM a!a-i I ' i: e. for ibibijin
teeth;,-!.'. It soother the chill. --fr':i--tl..
jtiinis. allay-; nil p tin. cures wi- 1
colic, and is the best remedy for diir
1. a. Twenty-tlvo cents a bottle
marl" d tuthtfut v-1 y
Au L'.vpt'iish e Dela;, ,
to provide the proper meai.s
to expei irom ttio sy
germs which cause
-tern those disease
tion, debility, rheumatism, and sick
headache. The only reliable raeai:g i
I.'r. II iter's Iron Tonic.
Fm-wRCKn. pa.. June 13. The re
sumption of work nt P'rick's coke i
ovens now controlled by Carnegie.
Phiip- A' Co., gives employment to!
about 3,ijuii men and will probably re
sult in a general resumption through
out tho Counellsville region in a few
about 5,C09 tons of coke per da v.
which Carnegie & Co.. will use 10
cTt for their own mills.
Uuekloii'M Arnica Mnlve.
Tur. Best Salvk in tho world for
Cuts, Bruises, Kores. Ulcers, S;iU
Rheum, Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped
Hands. Chilblains, Corr.a. and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures pilpp
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 23 cents per box. For
sale by R. N. Duffy. dfcIO ly
The Yellow Fever.
Key West, June 11. One new case
of yellow fever has occurred since
yesterday. The record now stands:
total number of cases 23: dead v. sick
10: convalescent 4 : discharged 1. The
quarantine victims think this is a very
poor showing to be the cause of shutting
u: gained posses- out from the world 20.000 people and
cotton patches in paralyzing business interests amount
i ing to millions.
Tiie organ of sight, which is the
.source of so much pleasure as well as
benefit to man. is ory delicate. A
great many persons, not appreciating
this, are using cheap spectacles. These
glasses, by their imperfect construction
and blemishes. 60iiously injure and
sometimes almost destroy the sight.
Hawkes' Crystalized Lenses aro the
most perfect glasses in the world, being
especially adapted for the preservation
and sometimes restoration of the sight.
All eyes line 1 and the tit guaranteed
at the drug store of 1-. S. Duffy. New
St. PETEESbUKti. June 10 Several
shocks of earthquake have occurred at
Yenome, in Turkestan. The town wa6
almost entirely destroyed . 120 persons
killed and 125 injured. Among the
latter is Gen. Fried e. governor of the
province of Semirtchins. Shocks still
continue to be felt at intervals. The
inhabitsnts of the town are panic
stricken and have fled for safety to the
John C. Washing-ton Dcai
Ashevili.::, N. C, June 13.
Mr. John C. Washington, of Kinston,
died this afternoon at Black Mountain
Station. He will be buried here tomorrow-
in Riverside cemetery.
Not a few of the citii-ens . .t New
Berne, '. C. have recently become
greatly excited over the astounding
facts, that several of their friends who
had been pronouneed by their physi
cians as incurable and beyond all hope
suffering with that dreadful monster
Consumption have been completely
cured by Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption, the only remedy that
does positively cure all throat and lung
diseases. Coughs. Cdd-. Asthma anil
Trial bottle free at R. N. D:iffy. Drug
Store, large bottles tl.
Snow in Yircini.i
Lv.cuiiL"l'.r,, Ya.. June
fell on Peaks of the Otter this morning
This is the first snow since 1657 so late
in the season. The weather is chilly.
IT Von Wl.li n Ci ood Articla
Of Plug Tobacco ask your dealer for
" )14 Rip.'' oolliiwfim
Seed cottox 553.00.
Cotton Seed 810. 00.
TtrKPENTTKE Hard . 3:",o. j-p.
Oats 50c. in bulk.
Beeswax CO i per lb.
Bkjif On foot, 3;. to 5c.
Ooc.ntry Hams 10al2c. i-:-r H
" TiABD 10c. per lb.
Eggs 10s. per dozen.
Fbksh Pobk 4ja0c. per i;oua
Pkanuts 75c. aS 1.00 per bub.t
Foddek 75c.aSl.00 perhuti-In
Onions S2.00a2.25 per bushc'.
Fikld Peas 60c.
Chickkhs Grown . 45&S0-.-. .
Meal 70c. per bushel.
Oats 50 cts. per bushel.
Potatoes, Early Rose S3..' 0
Potatoes Bahamas. 30c. : van
Woo:, 14a2c. pernouno.
SuiNGLEg Weat India, dull and n-m
inaknot warned. Building- 5 incl
bearta, 83.00 : saps. gl. 50 cer H
New Mess Pobk 815,00.
Suouldeb Meat 7c.
C. R.'s, F. B'n, B.'s and L C ;n.,
Lard 7c. by the tierce.
Nails Basis 10's.?2 75.
8uqar Granulated. 0. c.
Salt 80aS5c. percck.
Molasses and SYurpa OC-i-' -Powder
Shot Drop. 81.75: buk. ?2 oo.
Hides Dry, 10c: greeu 6c.
Tallow 5c. per ib.
:' r ONE I'tJl.I.AK.
for :n ; !c : . ".
:...!. N. c'
j-ei.il tv. en'y-fl vo ct-uls
1 '. i ., x 1 . uatis
i . H. WA1'.:'.
OXFOBD ORPHAN ASYLUM
Prcf. EH1TEST RICHARDS.
OF OXFORD, ENGLAND.
Mondui Niylit, Jui;e -O.
c i.io'.v; ' drug stort
t-.-'" Chancre of Prou;rr!iii r.ti !i .
jl2 dOt w-;
.v.-r-.s ii. Gu-w, r li : t:
GUI0N & PELLETIE
ri:rKT. l'M'c iw
I'ractictj where services are desliocl.
Pructicc in tin-supreuic ourt, and lii the
federal Court at Ne.w Herns.
une of tins tl rm will always lie at the fol-l'-'H-inz
pluoes at tiiiics npecied l elow:
Trenton . Jones county. Saturday of eftcb
ar il e verv Jck .
Hi auio'i ;. Curterei comnty .TUnreday ofeacsh
.I:icks-jn vi : 'e, Ouslr.w cuu" ty. t be first Mou
f. : u each tio ':
! it fastis W Ncrtfc Carchna Hailf kHo. j
-:!".rftKT. U S M i l''F.
S i.u l-Fiiv, N. ., June ;1 ,17.
":.!rtl A-.i.'Ml Mivt'ngof Hip
' t 'e Aloiiitic ,v NorTli Caro-
o ai pi, a y wiii he held at
i - , i'.,".. 'l ii!"li-l'.l,
day el i i NK. I1-:.
'. K' 'I'i:i: ! .-, -it re tary
. Ton Mnuon Nfalra,
I-on J,"..r. SuT rVarir.gB Isrui
I arc r..3 n- d I--nm Y fr
vrv tfie Scnle. For lrr price lilt
mtjiiion lb U parr and ddras
lONIS (F BKOHAMTBS. :
Bl.NfilUMXO.N. N. T.
J. W. STEWART,
Jii: ln.il'AKTKK,S l-'Olt
Mt'liKS, H'tKSKS niu!
I i' ! si s an ! i ."a rriaL'i-R to
tiiiem i'i8i)Oalle ihIW.
Kvr- y DiiiiL' irnaranteeil
n s r. j-reiseiilcil.
Broad St.. Nfwlifrn, . c.
Just Received :
45 Hhds. New Crop
Will Sell Cheap.
BKUNi;, N. ('.
Smallwood & Slower
O , hJ-.XM'A RE, CROCKERY,
SA!t. DOOIi'3, BLISDS.',
or. AW, J-'AIXTS, OLS
'RPASSED AS TO
Stvvot, XV xt Door to
'? " 1 Albert,
NEW BERNE. N. C.
TUe flnly S3 SEAMLESS
Shoe in th World.
EfTlflSt fjalf. rwrfert fit nrwl
varranted. 'ongn -ss, iiutlon
an i. ace. an stviis t'i. As
s."a-li &oil ituralilo .-.
tins. rosf1n $t.
y. l. uorca.As
K.f0 SHOK cm
in- .J Slinc, a.l
tswl by other
it!5p ! on toiiov cf neb
Hoy alt wear the AV. E. noliCI.AS 3'J SHOE.'
c'Viiiifl-ai'T a - .es n- ! ' , . ; . r -u,. ; :;,t v..u r a ane ou
lustal to W. L. DOldLAS. lirocliton, Majft.
Mrs. S. Parsons
op. n n JiDAr.tll.V'i; IInL'SK for the
ason fit roitTs.MiI TI!, .N. c , on the
F H.-T of Jl'LV.
Wi!! ... fenj ;n tee H .: t.yle f..r tin ac
cinraolni:on .' vrcrs to this pleasant
?or Sale at a Bargain,
A very k Title. IP)RE, with BT'GGY
obtain-il 'n -ipj
Particulars aaa be
ic.ui'ii at JoruNAL
W. A. POTTS, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
a 17 wtlljl
For Sale at a Bargain.
" f s tu it, il ta i ::I.v county,
.-u-aiiKburo ai.d Jacksonville road,
ui.: iu : U irom .swans bone coutain
f hn:ni; i-il iicres more or less, ttiirty
i :i the
a res of whl-U ;ir cleared, nud adapted to
li: e nri,:li of geueral ciops. italiiuee well
timber, .1 wi! Ii onk, Hsh. ryjir"en, mini, holly
a ; . ft pine. There tsniso a new ilwelllna nnd
outbuildings on the place.
tr further p.ir! i -nlai upply
TV. V. MARK KT,
' CFlow I'oiiniy, V. (.'.
Cheapest A fifst Business CcMH$ tfrtWtff-i
Coarte. including TultiOD, Sl&ttocrrv tid Bord, about
rhort-Hnd, 1y-pe-w min st icieffrspoy, - ... .
dufcte. (iuwuted Hooceaa.
or elttuiai" a idrwa Epkratm W.n4ih,aPirll JJf .
Wilbur R. Smith. rrealdsat,L-xlnrton, Ky.
on Grt'cciici f.
GHL'ArSR ANY H8Uiii ia Uie CITY,
" Very rcepetylfufljy.-. ,
E. B. HACKBukN.
EST'O U t862.
FIVE CENT STRAIGHT:
Club Honso, etc.
frojii i,jeiieral, Lieut.-
(-ieiieiii.i. Mu.ior i,eiiernl, Hriaaier ceiieral.
c'oioii-i, I-ii ui. oioi.c. un.i injiir. k;u1 many
iii'C. .inr: a; ii i,
. i:i p:i-aiiH yo i.
M .iia.i- s; i i : . N
iiml hm f n smoke
IADE AN1' KgPT CCXSTAST
1 Y t'N II4XD AT
I'huaii St., 7rw nuit.vE. N. C.
Tho-i: vjakig tf piciuuii. ill find it
to their advantage to ?;ar1 arjyi examine
before ph'rcriasing elsewnere.
1 REPAIRING' done at short notice.
Sat i:i faction guaranteed in work and
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J. L. HARTSFIELD-
BOOKS and STATIONERY
Kchool Books and School Supplies
a specialty. ... "
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Toy, Gkumtari,
Oochery, Fishing Tackle, EtCl '
no door south of, Xof tin fefc,
Very truly, -n
J L. HARTSFTELiLX
II "You Want to .Buy
Coats and VASttlW
OF ANY KIND, ALSf)
Second Hand Clotliin;
Cor. South Front and Middle St.,
NKW BFKNE, N. O.
DON'T BORROW FROM
Buy your GRAIN CRADLES from J.
C. WHITTY. He deala in all clatsea of
Farm Implements. Hardware analla
chinirry, and will treat you right.
The fine ChRtnut Sorrel Stallion
'"TURNIP'" oilers hia services thin
gpring at Jacksonville, Rich lands, Cath
arine Lake, and other places tn Onslow
county. " ", ,
"Turnip" was sired bj Montreal;
Dam. a blooded Canadian. He is eight
years old, 16 hands high and weighs
v50 pounds. Will make his mile in
three minutes. Will work well in tiny
"Tcrmi"' will have to be seen to be
Apply to O. B COX,
Ch-ise Ldkev UaB) "ff;ffi
THE ONLY TBBS
Will Tinrffr th BLOOO
IM LIVIR ana
- ok or TO
fit 4jpetUaw IndteftKtloaiaLMk of
S , )allj( cur4Ti Bow, mua
am ana nww. imh. bw
force. Enllvena tke mind
end anpplie Hrmln rower.
Suffering from complaint pern
II. r . iS.ir m,t will find in XK.
KABTXSt IXOK TONIC a
nfe.npeedTCure. Oie clear, heelthr ootnpleiloji.
All attempts at counterfeiting only adde to iUpopo
larilv. lo not ezDeriroent set Omioinai. AKDBmt
i Dr. HARTER'S LIVER flLLS V
, f Cure ConeUpatlon.Llver Complaint and SlekB
uead.chr. Samale Doae mail Dream BookJ , f
' VTeartlod on reeeipt of two cent In poetare. r
THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. ST. 10UIS, MO.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
W. 15. Boyd.
Hicni: In corrfKiHiiidence with everl ir
UoM North y, ho desire to mnJM' lnveJaPiii"
nils. He, !u this vlclnliy, person hiaV
fiirtn or wckhI laud for mle would do
well to give me it description , with prlott
No charge mailt If fcale 16 not erforted
BoutU Front Street.
id room east of OaBton IIoiik.
This ilellsil, t fu 1 resort Iu now ien to visit
ai t. Tub hotel U8 been UioroiiKbly nnn
vate,i iu 1,1 riirnulieil throughout witfeaoeyo
Uitlie lolia comfort of giiRsU Btli, Elffl
trie Bells, watei lu every room, wblU ll
TABI.K. Is rmsiirpftKteil by any on the road.
The Scenery Ik unexcelled In pletrjresqu
beauty, with a l-'oiiuUilu throwing a stream
2bh iKfi hich.
A iiuiti way lais heen opened from here
to llif PfN.VAiT.l-: ol the Hlue Kldge.
M1TC1IKI.1S l'KAK and TOK B1V1CK.
which HhorU'ns Ihe alhtanoe one-half; Is otst
a Kood road. aL less Xene. mors) oomforta.
and the whole route a st'KNK OK BEAUTY
AMulTtn,1JUoklt todetrs34o iuJt
at tttelfotel: - -The
W..ti..;K. ttflrIwspSJrffr Id-
ner. " ' ...
h.xprM, Talegrapii ana psumuo s um
lOlBg. timry snori PP;1"" "
fill UJ VU MMM Va V" v
agreeafile. Trlua reasonable.
W. U. BPBAGUK,
The superb SA I,00" Is a branch of Js. 11.
Loui-'hrau b, Aihrvine. . c. ffliT n
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