H WCW l rn rt t t
rXDEPKXDKNT laNT ALL rri-I I
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, SKPTEM HER I'll, lS8!t.
.in 1. i
a ' bee", tronout
h 1 I r U K I A L 0TE.
on leaving Urn
he poor of the city.
rv i 1 to
Gkn Mkkk;! 1. succeed
PiWTT it jctss
Fcr YEi Stench tapaM Dipstion Disordered Liver.
SOLD BY AT.T. DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
TWtd only fcj TH0S.B EFCII A X, St nefcns, Lauca.s h I rv, K n g 1 a n J.
B. jr. AXiLEX fc CO., o? Agents
UTHck Tif rour drusnlst dxs n t ke- them)
PUI&oq receipt ol price---W -jr jl.
Have for sale at Lowest Prices Possible:
5,000 LorUlJl SaaJ,
1.000 do. Costs' Spool Cotton.
10O botes Tobfcroo,
10 UU a Thoa. M. Hclf PI, is.
tOO bxM of Nkj1 8of sif bst oo :j 1- r..ir .
30 Wa of -t 6ijeUcg.
10O boies of Ana aai lUmmer Hrn 1 Sods.
500 bbU. N Hm Fork,
3,000 pin of Zilr Pros- ni Hay
r of Pension.
ser Baltimore has
the fastest war
: Ki; v :.a- made its appear
;:i I'. igdad and the disease 18
'. : r. g ''i western lYrs'.a.
:-: ;; r. . - fan ahead for Con-I":..-
K-p-.iM cans cannot tve
;. : -g .1 .;-nri!tn at any
s''.r 1: ! ' v : ; : . p?aking at
1 Ke s.iol M.ihon a jenloas
i!ev;l ami wanted to turn the
: n t o ;in orpani.el hell.
K J. a- n ;.i:,orer- .nlded to the
n.itv to vote tor Ma
THE (.OVKR.NOK'S l'ROCLAM A 1'ION.
We publish elsewhere the proela
mation of the Governor appealing
to the people vt the State to
ita oflicers in the eiiforeernen
The ,li 'fliNAl. h .-o re.'e:
,-i't.iken of the Lite lnoh.i;
North Carolina that we consider it
unneeessary to say an thing further
than to commend the proelamation
to the serious coopidera! ion of those manh
to whom it m addressed. The State forfe;
18 blesaed with excellent ollieials,
bat a sound public sentiment is
e8ential to good government. IOt
it lx? understood that crimes and
outrages cannot be countenanced
in North Carolina, and that there
is no nook nor corner In the State
where criminals can be sheltered
Irom the ministers of the law.
The honor of North Carolina is
be respected, patriotism must be
above par' , principle superior to
expedit u- . and fjood character the
essential prerequisite to prefer
ment. These general truths are applica
ble to Governors of States and
whosoever wears the robes of office
It is the duty of every one to mag
11 : t'y his otlice, and he who disre
gards its obligations lowers hi.-
il'l Cat , if iii ( raw 11 Co
river v ;-n v. i,
width, i-. ii.l ii .
while .i ;:--the
bhore. tin :. r
niar-(,er v i ,
I:i tl, - 1 t
ill the ii- :
f 1 1:11 .-use
r,o 111 1 1 t-rt in
o:; 1-; killed
ood. sullies his reputation and foeta uf rh
. . r thr Neu-r -
Is 1 ue iej'eut ui 111 au k ! ii u .
robably all get pensions precloas to her people.
lrginia election if over.
'iru-r .' 'Urr.o: .
...,-. I'.a.rs has strut k
:... m to ;H-ak. It urges
e-- ::. M.ey shouM te sjent
( !;.'! ba tiding" and more
the school play-grounds.
t.c.r. : llti'i'vi rer.
".v ;h t the Il.irriM'ii Adtnmis
;i i.a- got fairly at wort, the
:ir surplus becomes a dissolv-
name is tue neritage 01
children, and they will transmit to
untarnished to their posterity.
A N OIH LK TtSII.HO.MAl,
The .1 't iiSAL has often called at
tei.tion to the fact that theCleveland
administratiou has furnished lights
to the Harrison Cabinet without
which it would have Ilonndered
like a tempest-tossed barque with
out chart or compass.
In the Simoan controversy Mr.
Her fair Maine followed in the footsteps of
all her Mr. Iiavard and
success. Mr. Traev has done even
.in 1 -..
ardly winij li.u ;
appear to th
Hnse uf ti;e lii.u k
kills tunny pmull
without any more hesitation than others every niht. Tim- -the v
would take a Burumer bath. But such often become decperate
exposure was too much for the strong- pitch in, kill and errv
et-t conetitution, and it finally brought sheep or hn or run elf ti the
him lo the grave in the very prime of cow or an ox, drag it down ana k.
He have spoken of bear swimming
N&use river. We have heard our
. 1 u t cross fathers tell of one climbing in a boat
t he NVuae with a siDgle occupant. An old white
i'. i t-i the Trent man named Furlow had been to New
:.-t w-:iij killed. Berne and bought a little pork and
h v were meal. Returning home, when opposite
..1. . iu.-.;nterea tne maranes two or three miles above
K.iJitibe- town, he heard something in the water '
o. : 1 t-d by the behind his canoe, in which he was sit-'
!.- eariu-d ver ting in the stern, paddling. Looking
1. n ujt.-r west- around he discovsred a lar?e bear cloae
i,:at a:ul hearing upon him. Rushine forward, he lost
Coi,clml,,i ,.n 77
01tl i! CA RO J.I N N
Kriiiii the Mate I'.i"
Raleigh la to iiai a .
The Fayettt-ville ( l:,-, r ,
l6t week enlarged acid
j 18 issued Berai-week! v r.o
" ti U!
A Fl'LL LINK OK
Dry Goods, Ready Uada Clothing & Furniture,
AT RETAIL AND WHOLVALil.
Ws prpiW U fiT jo ti fcTlWit lUrfuM forth- i i-t Mot-j.l
Sija of tb ("e ebrated rerl Shir'.
THE STATE FAIR.
We have received the premium
list of the twenty ninth annual
Fair of the North Carolina State
Agricaltnr.il Socie'.y to be held in
Raleigh October 14, 1 ", It'.. 17, IS
and lit, l-Ss'.t. There nre l,0oo
premiams worth over o,(KK. The
,. . .1. ..v.i. ,.v. exixition is divided into twelve
I Hi. iUf 1'UUIIU UCUl
and more a mountain- departments:
-I'.omn Gioiw. 'crops; B-l,
Mr. W hit lie v
m)t accut" of the hia Daddle overbonrd in th Tpilomnnt VVlimiQgtOn otarl I.lFtTe I
hear, fur although it aud the bear crawled in behind, takine cotton S63m to te thebtvle ihin
uLiirn.i r-. v et u nuts me oia man s seat, who now ut. nn tha
not follow them by tin .-m.-il. If his head-cap of the boat. Bruin eyed him
gait is heavy and apparemy awkward awhile, apparently with intense inter-
w hen he walks, it is aUi) v 1 wh?n run- est, and it may be supposed the first
nmg but hia ftrennth t nablea him tn ecupant wag not indifferent to the
move especially tl-.rouch th" buaneil presence of his unwelcome com-
with conPiderablo spe-d and f ,ralong panion. All this went on silentlv
time. This animal with u. however, for awhile, when bruin broke the
lues chatty on acorns, ur ines, iilumg. solemn stillneaa hv raarhinff ilnun ! mpIu -.,.1,1, ...... .1
- . j " ui-u uoc LLits iwuai I
whortleberries, gall ben n s. bramble the basket near him and drawing out I our lands, aud sold 111 our
and other berries in our woods and the pork and began to feast without 1 houses.
awamps, ana persimmons, iney are asking the owner leave, or offering to
very fond of the acorn and on them share with him Thrmmr. k
craint.il moritod -hm i.,if.,i ..-in ,,.... . u .... " . . 18 movement on loot, we ar.
f,....... -...v ,,,,..,.1 iu k'o.v eiy mi. tueat, ue puneu oui a email Dag or meal. : oatohn.h .. . ,..i m
. . . . 1 yjM ,oiA a i. a n rfii iv u l j . . o .
Btul)plu w uuwe it, tore it , ,n this citv for ,,,n,,,f
.T .1 H ,.L J -t
with the farmers. A number ha 1
received weighing ov. r ", u 1 ;
Wilson Advance: W'iI.mii .-..um.
be one of the best tobi.-ro imuhh
the State in the not distant, fuiar.
verily believe. We hope n t-i-.
town of Wilson tilled w uli 0,0 ,
PalainV, -NJ... .l l. .
wun toe I la n movement, nn f,.tt
They are also f:.n l of all kind
and esculent plants. There i
r.laine. He not
nath pursued bv of which they dig with their claws and
1 ' .
urngui 10 eai.
ons real . t ' .
TliK fr.ends of higher education 1
T.ast be gratitied to learn that
John Hopkins ('Diversity has not
sutTerevl pcnyiary embarrassment'
to the extent that was sappoaed. 1
1: has recently received some fUX',
iM0 m legacies and Jgift.
"K tndnlged the pleasing hop
that Governor Ix)wry had put an
er.'i to prize righting, but the Hon
of Sullivan may have give
fresh impetus to the barbarous .
practice. One day this week a
pn.-e fight took place at St lxmis in
which Thotnas II. Jackson was kil
led bv K. Ahearn.
A, tieid and garden
live stock, horses ;
cattle: H o, sheep and
swine; C poultry; D orchard
products and floriculture : II pan
try supplies; F manufactures:
G mercantile displays : II ladies
work; I fine arts, paintings, etc.:
K agricultural implement:
that grows in ihe lake rrgmn the root into it and drawing the duBt into hia I XTJ ,A ",. .. . un.n-rn n, 1
hir wirh their rUw-aanrl nofrila oo J I 3 " Jry exjien-iv.
vh..j , r ,r.h :x- rr:'7'B" ; .u.v "uu tne timers arei.n0g ... .
l,ii. 1 ,. i,.. - - - . ..... . u u u u a own uc oui cu luai. x i u w , outlill eye- i in thn fnrirnrr
but he congra-. u.a.es nHSt Bi,Br r,f ,,. r,r oa i,,v,i .j :.,:.J j in me iactory.
. . , fe .j vlii uii. ujnu, nuu IILAIU UIO UJUU IQ
that gentleman upon t he excellence quick as a boy. and eat them. They withhis tongue, as much as to eay, "I
can iin unvarying certainty track a may try you next. " The cq npanion of
turtle to w here 11 deposited its prgs bruin at any rate so believed. During
and then devour them with avidity, this time the canoe had been turning
They make excursions to potato patches round and round and drifting towards
as well as corn fields, as before men- he swamps on the north shore, which
tioned, and then play havec. They it final ly reached, when they both beat
can dig up a large number of potatoes a hasty retreat without standing upon
in a short time, which is a favorite ar- the order of going. Fortunately for the
tide of food with them. Winn the old man, the bear boarded" his canoe or
bears are numerous as at Mr. M-illison's "dug out" over the stern: if it had
meir ravages are consi Jerable. ihev
; ! I
of the cruiser ILiltimore, and thus
furnishes another testimonial to
the Mi.ve.is of t he Cleveland ad
ministration. The Norfolk Lind
111 ark sa - :
"The very cxtrordiiiary per
formance of the new war cruiser
Ilaltimore on her recent trial trip
last Saturday must be regarded as
a notable triumph in naval en
gineering, and the splendid ad
ministration of Secretary Whitney
in the management of the Naval
lUireau has, through this remark-
rtivagis are consijernt
will turn over logs and pull down de
caying rtumps in the swamps to grt the
bugs and worms there nunierou.-ly
found. Pork and beef they take as a
Mr. David Lewis. 0d Trout."
known to many yet living, as well as
the writer, as one of our most success- .
been attempted over the side it would
undoubtedly have capsized.
There was a man on Little Swift
creek many years ago that bore the
marks of a bear's claws on his breast,
received when a child at home in the
house. The males were all off at their
usual employment and the females at
home preparing dinner, when a bear
was customary in those days in many
.poartDi ia by every
LSC ad Complete :n
Cil and examine
mw for yours!: N '
trouble to how l'nvN.
Oar tock ot SHOES
xai RUDDER GOODS
iU3 -rvly tx evelled
( )n r j nee r o
xnd onr (o.i I S-r
1 ink of thi' most beautiful t rai ts goat.
.;i the rharacter of the late S. 3. Thursday Parade of horses, cat-
1 ox, w.i l.n intense love for his tip etc . sale day for horses anil
lusher, who died shortly bvfore he cattle.
went as M : :::ster to Turkey. He Friday Teachers' Iay. Sale
mr riui , u, lc ""'uu";i ful hunters, was still hunting for deer suddenly appeared in their midst
new lanrels. It was ex secretary late one dismal afternoon on Adams' was customary in thnaa iIrtd in m
and Whitney who procured the designs creek, below New Berne. He had lodged country houses to ascend to the Becond
for the ship's hull and contrncted in the crotch of a low tree, waiting for , story on a ladder, which in their con
fnr r-nnsrrrW inn finil Seerptarv ' e na8s'ng game, when the hogs came , eternation they did pulline it up after
We oondenpe the j.rogramme as T th f rushing by in grea: dismay. Do under- them, leaving the little boy below. His
, ,. iracy wun rne rrue spine auu ft0od it and knew a bear was on their screams soon attracted the attention of
follows : manly generosity, lost no time in trail and close at hand. Soon he heard j the bear, which turned and slapped
Monday, Children's lay Pony telegraphing to Mr. Whitney his a porker squeal, and slipping down j him down and resumed eating what it
raring ptc sale of douI ' rv congratulations on this magnificent frorn nis seat approached the scene j could find; then left the premises,
, hv performance of the Baltimore. stealthily .and when sufficiently near making off leisurely for the woods.
Tuesday 1 arade of cattle by t Th(1 m, prnwir ,,,t nnnn discovered a large bear walking up-: Perhaps it would be of interest to
Wake County Cattle Olab-sale lartnrTe 0 f f 000 horSi nor if feet b s. , 8 description of th, lakes
J 11 1 guarantee 01 J,uou norse power, hog with his fore paws resting on now, before resuming our hunting and
day for pets, dogs, small animals. yet on her trial trip she plunged at his back, thus driving it frightened : trappingtory :
Wednesday Parade of horses once into deep sea water, and in and squealing down in the swamp. Oc- There are five of them. First. Lake
, ,, , j this severe test hpr en cr nes ind i- , caeionally the hog would attempt to Ellis, taking its name from a man who
ana cauie saie 01 nog.-, rncxj. nuu ? t d turn, when it would meet with a hard j lived near it prior to the Revolutionary
-1 " oiuw on me suie or ine nean irom tne war. in iengtn it is two and one
power, but -.o0) horsepower in bears paw. to keep it on-the course de- ' eighth miles; width, one and three
excess of the requirement. This sired Thus slowly the hog was surely quarter miles: uniform depth, four and
is asserted to be the most astonish- gown, to its death ; Lewis. with steady : one-half feet; the bottom, pure white
inir BiirriND tint lin fvrr hefallpn alm- bruin being so intent- sand, In it fish of various kinds
the work of anv Naval Constructor
" ict ion
friend then, that the 0f agricultural machinery, and farm
mother was the- great- and household supplies.
a r o
1 1 1
err knew. Wil-
doul'le rea.-ou wh
n.i should take an
1 'a et te vi lie cen
Saturday Com lea! amusei
Clearing sales d iv.
Trials of speed every day.
It will bo seen that tin
gramme is an attr, votive one.
chief interest of the Fair
the immense crowds thai
1 e 1 1 . .
W. B. FLANNER.
how apprei '.ation of the
respect to a leader assembled from all parts of North
ed the aspirations of his Carolina and the regions bejond.
1 n a cause in which he honestly It will be a tit occasion for the ex
ueved. Charlotte Chronicle. hibiton of the marvelous resources
: ; the,e things will bv simpli- t North Carolina, and lhe culture,
1 when Pr. v.,lents rise to a true : refinement and hospitality oflnr
1 dignified conception of the 1V"?-
,,r..i We trust
VAN WINKLE GIN V. MACHINERY CO.,
COTTON GINS. PRESSES,
FEEDERS H? CONDENSERS.
Tha Tu WhUa Cotton Gin Machinery
employ it, as it was intend
1. e frame rs of the Const it u
i. tt;ey .should, ;n the inter
he ;uM:c service only.
1 est o!
1 New ork "A orid.
At: KNr: -Cenkhai. Mii.lkk
diJ nor succeed : :i making Presi
dent Harrison bel.evc that Tanner's
mouth irned Iniiiana for the He-nnblicari-..
The gift of a Cabinet
'posi'ion to Wanamaker, the cbiel
! of t he ivau; pa 1 gn b.xiile raisers, in
dicated some time b.ivk that the
President knows a thing or two
more than Mtller does, aboat what
curiei Indiana. St Louis Post.
-tv:n M. Kinney said on the
in. -tings ;;i h.s :.r-t speech at Char
lo; te s v . I that he would meet Ma-
:hat nil parts of the
State will Ik? represented in popu
lation and production, and that an
ly engaged in pork, ha I allowed abound, and from its waters is taken
him tn nnnrnaeh . j 1 1 i r r.pnr a-nf !ho Qiitinr Txrirh li t-t t- o rA linn t.r n
in this country. The success also deadly bolt through his bick into his beautiful sun-robin. When first caught
demonstrates the superior excel- heart, dropping him lifeless on tha and alive its colors are bright purple
lence of skill and workmanship of earth: the hog released ran off. This and deep gold. It is as broad as the
American shipbuilders and me- old hunter, Lewis, towards the close of two hands of a man, and perhaps lon-
'1 1 '' ' a long life folio wed his children to Ala- ger. In flavor it equals the mountain
bama and there, w hile hunting, was trout the fact is, I prefer it, as I do
All this is inns' gratify ii.g. When lost hi the woods. On the third day 's also our speckled perch. Next, there
tune has suflicrentl v diminished the fl,'arcn 'cr him. by many people, he was is the red-tin, that grows at least three
di-covered in a tree. Ho had used the or four times the size of the largest fish
force Ol partisan spirit it will be foresight to climb it that he inuht of the kind found in our rivers and
v admitted that the Cleve- more readily befound, and he was thus creeks. Next come the catfish and eel,
uiscovereu a long 0 lsi.ince irom tuose wnicn also grow 10 a size 1 will not riSK
searching, but the fatigue and exposure giving, but will leave it to Mr. W. H.
soorr brought his long life to a close. Marshall when convenient to do so.
For mile arout.d New Berne, ho had But their increased growth over the
covered, iu all kinds of weather, every ordinary catfish and eel we are accus-
foot of grou nd , and I could well add tomed seeing in our markets, would
water too. hunting all kinds of game,
frjm a rice bird to a bear, 1 will relate
an anecdote of him that now comes up
A fnn jf mnrr.in.' e.irlc i :i antnm
received by this department that Lewis an l'Capt. Abner Pastuer. a Rev
recentlv. 1U certain counties of this olutionary sol iu-r. started duck hunt
ing on the creeks above the town.
Reaching one ihedivided and were to
meet on opposite sides at a stated point.
land administration was one of the
w.sest that has ever blessed this
I'roc umatlon by the liovrrnor.
St.uk. k N r t 11 Carolina,
II e tti ye Department.
Whereas, information has been
surprise our own citizens.
Second, we hare the Great Lake,
three and a quarter miles long and two
Goldsboro Argus: Tnere w.i - . I .
social event solemniz-.il at Mt. ...
yesterday morning: trie marri-si" .
Rev. J. B. Harrell. pastor of the )..; . .
church at Kinston, 10 Miss l.iii - K.i.i.
a charming and widely p miliar mn..'
lady of Mt. Olive, Rev. J. ,-s. l.,.i.nf
this city, officiating.
Charlotte News: Charlotte h h o i
some and elegant Young Men s ( hri
tian Association building in tins city,
will be dedicated on the 22 J idm .. l y
Rev. R. G. Pearson, the evangel 1-1 . who
may justly be considered the father of
the building. Mr. Pearson will rond uc;
a week's services in the build ini;. A
male choir of 40 voices will assist him.
Hookerton Clipper: No jute bagging
in the market, and we don t think there
will be this season We are pained
to chronicle the death of Mr. C. 1. Ll
wards, of this place, which sad event
occurred Monday, the 9th inet. Rev.
Mr. Thompson closed his protracted
meeting here last Friday night with
nine additions. Revs. Nathan Hooker
and Mr. Crisp assisted him.
Snow Hill Baptist: We were in
formed yesterday that a colored woman
on Mr. L. E. Pridgen's farm near here,
awoke the other morning and found a
large snake in the bed with her, and she
at once vacated, leaving the snake in
full charge. Staggers among the
horses here has assumed the form of an
epidemic. Ten or fifteen have died in
this county within the last ten davs.
An autopsy made by Mr. Laesiter on his
horse, showed that the blood around
the brain was in a clotted condition and
very dark; also the veins about the
head were full of dark clotted blood.
Statesville Landmark: Conductor 1
Frazier, of the Western road, is haul- ;
ing stout persons these times. Yester
day the Captain brought down a fat
man and unloaded him at Newton for
the fair. This creature is 20 years old
and weighs 700. The Lord knows who
he is or where he hails from. He w a .
lying on a mattress in the baggage car !
and jusl about covered it. He has been
in the Mississippi valley, and r&jh he is
full of malaria and has lost l'.O pounds
He is unable to walk now, his llesh is
flabby ann his hand has no grasp.
Wilmington Messenger: The cultiva
tion of the grape is ex tend ing grud u nl I v
in North Carolina. This is the nam
land of the grape, and the womb r 1
that it is not cultivated far more ex
tensively than it is, and I hat the hills
are not covered, as in France, ."s; ,n-
f 1 vl'
CRAVEN ST., MW ELRNE. K. C,
1 'i r i ;; 1 1 1 1. -s. 1 .1-.
1,000 Bunches Cotton
25,000 Bagging Bags.
The el,,-;.; . -i A N I ! Tl. ! ' l!' Bagging
on the m,ir! i t
Sept. 1. lS'J. iuik'-'U w2m
1862. EATON 1888.
, KINK BTi ICK OF
Watches, Clccl::. Jcv7clrt
SOLID CI J VER
AND PLATLD WARE.
I take .
eye , ! ;
for ov; r
as go. . 1
sim r a i.ks.
it i.ir-t r f.ori, of Spectacle
otte r st'.r m N"i!h t'nrolina
. ri e ;: ! ,r p oti- to ', ,i ib cm to the
c ! cm do
1. 1 i in the
and a half miles wide; average depth i Italy and Germany, with the vim
State, evil minded and lawless men
have banded themselves together,
and under cover of darkness and
have terroized and as-
of water, fourteen feet.
Third, Little Lake, one and a half
miles long, and in the shape of an
orange: depth of water, Beven feet.
I ourth, Long Lake, three and a quar- formed. In Halifax. Hapln
ter miles lonsr. two and a half miles New Hanover, On rn hi r 1 n.d .
is admitted that the bent North ( arol ;
grapes are of superior I ivor. At pr. n.
the grape culture is exteiidinc in r.;
counties how many wn nr. r,
imnetns will be cv.ven to the aencul- disguises
r ....l..,.l i. r . i. 1
eiituiLrei lue uiuitra in iut? inw
tare that will result in the further
elevation of this most honorable
parsaitand the lasting good of oar
broken open prisons, violently
taken therefrom persons, who were
held in custody to
and where thev expected a shot. Pa
tuer was tirst there and soon seeing a
man he could not recognize, appear in miles long and three-quarters wide:
front of him, emerge from the grass seven feet in depth. This lake is partly
wide; depth of water, seven feet. j Warren, l ranklin. Orange.
Fifth, Catfish Lake, one and a quarter I haps other counties in the c,
grape cultivation is widening
and bushes with gun ready to tira.
OKMCIAL Kr;Sl'0SlUlLI 1 V.
It looks as if an effort was mak
ing in official circles at Washing
ton to send Commissioner Tanner
into the wilderness outside of office
as a scapegoat for the sins of his
administration in the Pension De
partment. Barton Herald.
We are not disposed to follow
Tanner into the wilderness. With
charity for all men, we
grieve if he finds manna and quail
in the wilderness. It is on the
thinbintr uf himself in nn in.tflnf HrpH
await the trial T , .,., . '
guaranteed by the Constitution to Fortunately the latter was not touched.
everv citizen accused oi crime, ana
And whereas, the
of crimes so coricea
that their names and present
whereabouts have not been dis
covered, and thereby they have so
far escaped arrest aud punish
ment: Aud whereas the growing fre
qnencv of these crimes and the
shall not apparent immunity from punish
ment ot their perpetraters nas
caused grave apprehension among
and the former's dolhes were only
injured." The mistake occurtd in this
nernef razors way: Lewis wore a light drab over
t . . c. n.
t hem selves
coat, which the wet fennel, grass and
bushes had so much darkened as to de
ceive Pastuer, who mistook him for a
runaway, attempting to kill bim (the
woods was then full of them; thus took
a Bhot at his companion, who not un
derstanding it, returned the fire. It
was said, at the time, after the shooting,
both ran, but that was denied by the
interested parties. They were neigh-
in Jones county, and the land around
it, or the water in it, in the olden time
made Senate voters for the Democratic
party in Craven county, when it re
quired fifty acres to qualify a "free
man" to vote for a State Senator. It
will be remembered, on the free suf
frage issue. Governor Reid came into
These lakes are situated on the right
hand side of the A. & N. C. R., going
down four miles from Havelock station,
ten miles from Neuse river, and forty
feet above it, or tide water. They are
not on a level, and three-quarters of a
A Letter from Governor Fowle
We were shown j esterdny bv '! '
ent Manly, Esq,, State's I'r v of t
A. & N. C. R. R. , a letter w Inch lo ,
ceived from Governor Fowle. L
excellent a document and so rlinr
expresses our opinion. I.pr-a -t-given,
of Governor Fo w le s i it us on t :
management of the road, that 'At
tained permission from Mr. M
give it to the public. And we :
mile of canaline would drain one into i pleasure in publishing the b to r ti
the other, and four miles turn all into i terestini to the readers of the J i i;-
StaTE of Nohtm ( " A 1 ; ! IN l
C t ' "s
klafT 1-I tl lncrilaii.'
Vmmm ft t Mt4s iilaets f
Tu riitli Eii ni Hizkliiry Cj.
h o n e w : u
except in '
1 a :as I, ,
' i '. I T
be dcs:red, an) where,
l'..c Kitchen," in joint
: to : li i date General
a ' m
g t lie
I :n a r 1.
,-atoect. M ah one is
'tis to meet Mc Kinney
clo-e h is new scheme
state debt. Nor-
the intelligent aud virtnous citizens
Government that the responsibility 0f the State, and have brought
rests. If there had been anything great scandal and di-grace upon
in th life snd character of Tanner out community.
j , - . ... . Now therefore LDanie G. rowie, leccs c apt. i-asteur. vitn m sons ne
to recommenu mm to mgu umu, Governor of the State of North was intimate. Pasteur and Lewis were
a 1 , - , DOin present wnen uovirnor ftpaignt
U..U.IU,., .i.oMUO mis m aud John Stanly fought the duel. Pas-
commnniCAted, ana his direlictions had been
y, with McKin- matter of reasonable surprise, the
President would have been
to the sympathy of a generous
public. Cnfortnnatenately, the
appointment of Tauner was in line
with the practices of the adminis
tration, aud the odium which at
taches to him u the legitimate
bors and friends, Lewis Lying in the Slocumb's creek. Thus it is seen, with
house now the residence of Henry C. the fall given, 40 feet, the great water
Whuehurst. -ind Pastuer. in a house power that is now idle, and some day,
next to the railroad depot, still ft ind- not far in the future, must be utilized,
ing, enlarged and changed in appear- j. would here mention some of the lakes
ance- have muddy bottom, though they are
The writer has hunted mat - times all clear of islands, trees and bushes,
with Mr. L"wis. though barely recol- except Catfish Lake. At many points
on some of them the shore is very
pretty. Near Cattish Lake grow wild
1 1 a r r : so n is
C a satisfac-
r::iscu k scunin itoeouito boaa wasom.
r Tanner in the property of the President. Tan
:s duo. altogether ner is not a bit worse than Wana-
- h '" n
s-.;oi-i s s -r ;.
s;o:: i; ;rca a
i.e lac that his principle of maker and Clarksou.
",:o:i ;s ,k wrongone. His plain
.s :o .ipjM.)in a capauie terson, same
wn to te honest, who will rnn
'. he at: i.rs ol
; Ai.ee w;;ti
hun-' to party guardianship
the Bame ead.
cranberries. Alligators have an unmo
laatfH lifn in tViaa amfjira- an manv aa
mation, enjoining all officers, and teur, as an officer, was sent to arrest , a dozen or two could be counted there
etitled especially those charged with the them, but was deterred by his cousin, at a time in warm weather. They often
administration and execution of Or. Pasteur, bpaight s second, who ; catch deer swimming the lake,
the 1 lws in the localities where the threatened to shoot him if he attempted 1 Otters are plentiful there, and money
' .. . i , w it, and no doubt would have done so. could be made by trapping them.
otlences mentioned have been com- M he was a mfm of couraf, and violfcnt Durin the autumn and winter months
nutted, to energetically exert them- temper when aroused. He wm the tlocks of wild geese and duoks visit
selves to arrest anil bring 1 0 j ustice chief owner cf the celebrated privateer ' them, and in season several kind of
t hose Offenders against the stabil- Snap Dragon, which played soon havoc duck lay and hatch there. It is a fa
it v of society The Iiws mnst and w-'tti British commerce in ihe war of mous place for snipe and wood-cock,
," , , "'. - , -,- i. 1 S 1 , when commanded by Capt. Burns, and other birds. Hunters that have the
snail ut maintaineu. ine i.xecu- Ed ward 0rftham tne fattier of tue lale perseverance to reach the lakes with
tive is ready to exercise all powers irg. John P. Daves, was the second of doga barely fail to start deer, which
conferred upon him, includiD-g the John Stanly. Spaight fell on the fourth will soon take the water and there is
His folly is offering of rewards and the employ- tire, mortally wounded, and was car- killed, or on its return to shore.
ned to nis couse, now the residence or cut we nowtnirstror ainerent game.
ison, then overlooking the that kind that creates more excitement
ing to "-'' ( 1 f J palace and square. But I have gotten in hunting, bear, panther, wolf and
protect the good name Ot the peo , far away from my huntinc: expedition wi!d cat. In the dense . pocoain?.
ot the State. and must return to it. 'stamps and woods around these lakes
more jeering but all belong to the ment of special agencies, to pre- ied to his ho
same family, and are working to 8er ve&C,e f 80,CieJy Ud palice and sq
. tie ol.i.'e in strict It 18 a sad spectacle, w tien tne While it is a cause for profound We referred to bears being fond of there are places, beyond question, where
:(.. law an. I lu rhmf m a? i stra t of a treat nation sorrow r har t hese evils should have acorns, and in attempting to procure 1 no wLite or colored man has yet set
existence within OUT border mem wouiu sometimes sunject tnem- 1001,
UlSltnie WllUUi VUl UUIUCK, ..I..,,, i,t riltn nror if nnl ' mlin
Here 18 80me Consolation lOUUU IU ... ,wi,tpn,in ngm nl a fll Afrer were secure from tran. how and rro s.
the fact that they are confined to climbing the tallest oaks they push dog or gun, and there, for years, they
very few and restricted localities, themselves out on the limbs and with have prowled without fear and moles
1, nrO'it 1 in. ) - nf tin. nonnls urp the f ore pa w s be n d in the twigs within tation, except as to each other. Mr.
sober, industries and law-abiding.
and it is doubtful whether a red
a tiUDiic onicer commits tne uesuuies oi ms peopie .--.o.vv .-rv, , t itt, to sovprp if not man ever d d. In there wid animas
it is tnfin-
a ately wore when the most corrupt
i i. 1 r:ere are pcores an.
s of such ii. en available, and
: lent sincerely seeking to do element of party is given the
luty to the country would have mastery in public affairs. It was
fficalty in filling the place expected that President Harrison,
r. an 1 satisfactorily. New being a Republican, would put
or.d. Ilepublicans in office: it was no less
reach with the acorns on them, Mr. W. H. Marshall is more familiar with
.-111. I Cno-r,-..i' iF slniiili I ' r a . Ir lha fVio lalra rofiinn fVion Tiiifli ann onv ntkflr 1
They have ever been remarkably father Gf Mr. Thomas Sparrow of Au- person now living. He surveyed there
distinguished among the State ol rora, informed the writer that he was and camped on the margin of the lakes
the L'nion for reverence for the law one night hunting bear thus engaged in i for weeks. What I give as to their size i Infleed my desire was iupt to appoint
and steady support ot Its ministers, teeding. it was cow: ti.e mua ana neiurnisnea. rnce asa some oi inose fae directors, and let them select the
Ex. Dept., Raleigh. Se pt. 1.
C. Manly, Esq., State's Pmxv.
Sir Before my nomination for i ;..v
ernor and several times unci'. I ti .i.
expressed to you the part which in my
opinion, the Governor of North Caroln. .
Ought to take in the management of the
A. & N. C. R. R The vie ws ex .n-,,- ,
to you, I have reiterated to m.uiv p. r
sons since, and that was that it w ,,i. tic
duty of the Governor to appoint tin
men who, in his opinion, were l . -i
suited under the circumstances to man
age the road successfully, to alvi-.
them as to the selection of the execu
tive officers of the company, and then
to look to the president and board f i
the proper management of the i oa I I
have further stated, time and hiki
that the Governor was not in any sense
the president of the road, or had a nl.t
to control its action. That he might :i
well attempt to run 1 he pen i ten liar y i
the asylums as the railroad.
Yet, notwithstanding all tl iJ. I llnd
that applications are cominK to me for
positions upon the road, as if I were the
president. I wish you to state authori
tatively that, save and except as an a i
visor and supervisor under the law. I
exercise no control over the A. t N. t".
R. R. I take it for granted that the of
fleers not elective by the board, under
its by-laws, will be selected by the
president, recommended by him to the
board, and, if approved by the board,
In other words, the road is in the
hands of the president and the board,
and he and they are in law responsible
for its proper management. This is
what I conoeive the people want, and
this is what I have tried to give them.
i 'ot: :
II I .
26 &, 28
N K W
J. it. Cl! HTKKlt
I'A' tl. MANIA'.
hxtoixbk' ji hi
FROST ICING COMPANY.
ought to b
' t i.e fi .eni
at least 1 the actors belong the spoils," and ;4;i l)rt,per occasions, will not only
s of the we reailily acquiesceil in the neces greatly encourage those who are
OTSH: t. t far. U i2i Iil.at St'j
iIt, r)1 it n H I'rl .In
not ufl-l It.
PitiiIj Br:ij Tanisj Wv.i
Ikt--p nil rill mill nr
f.i i It it II.
Witcrpros Brick and Sto'i
r rc .
p e .
..... ; 0
.1 vs : f
iiiiulr Wah r
- e ves
r l :"
i. .. it.
w tl, e I. '
elice or I
work hard B,t-V tDat hAS impelled the 1 resi
.- thev rx. I dent in the appointment of Kepub
.. I luiin. luir -. ntltirlv
PVii., Fi. I! Br:i-lf, K. 1
feeding. It was cold: the mud and he furnished. Price had some of those
water was frozen soniti under the oaks sheets of water as much as eight miles in ;J t .,....., o.;f
I v : r k ' n t irt f r i enil ciiiwu iuai, utuij; i ii-amcui, uc lo l Ills peojue 1 appeal to am me , , , ;. ; : A.u pniucui, iiuuui. buh.ub i . om u..-.
i ,i,g .o aie irieuas ; r , , , , , , ' ', . - where he was alone. In a tree ahead length and five miles in width on some r . f , . rBHHf)l,s nrt
wnM nrar,) tlw. nf ihn 1 ? p n 1 1 their other KPrvan in sun- . . . , . ,, r-r .1 tut 1 round, tor reasons not necessary
o knowtliittliail "w'u u'" ...o. . .... . , , . or mm ne neara a near puning in acu oi nis maps, never went into im, tQ gtate herei tnat course was not prac-
nabllC. We are not wholly COIl l"l'w,"K 1111' 11 .o. ureamm; tne twigs, uee-pmg up con- out got ma iniormsuon irom otnern. tjcabe. I do not moan that my interest
.,.. sound public sentiment, making , siderablo noise. While he was steal- This Price (Jonathan) surveyed New , . , . . . pePrl fr from it I
and such ' "leu irom mt opinion mat 10 heard and felt fearlessly on ' thily approaching, his whole mind ab- Berne, beginning at the cannon, the BhBn watch it nrorese with solicitude.
sorbed in the game there and his eyes Lady Blessington, which derived the d -ye the director,, th( L.nr(,t of
straine'i to see u. ne ueaia a eiasu name 110111 mail itiuj, who picatiiiicu ii.
directlv above, and in an instant a bear to a British vessel which was capturel
was partly on him and both buried in by one of John Wright Stanly 's priya-
the ice, mud and water. "Which was teers in the Revolution and brought to
fcaredest. " Sparrow said, "wul never this town. The plan of the town we
be known. When I came to my senses now have was made from the survey in
I was going one way and the bear 110. Price died here upwards of sixty
t "other as fast as my legs couli carry years ago and his dust is resting under
me. So. too. was going the bear, neither the. trees in "Cedar Grove. "
stopping till we got home. I forgot I But again to the hunt and the trap,
had a tun. that was left in the mud. If we should follow Mr. Marshall back
and when I went back next day for it to his home sixty years ago (his family
I had not KOtten over the fright and lived near the lakes) we would find,
would jump at the crack of a stick. " when the hands on the dial of the
He went on to say. never before or clock were pointing to the midnght and
aftfrward-. was he so demoralized in early morning hours, the hair risingon
hunting bear or anything else. The his head and his courage dropping off
fact is. Mr. Sp-irrow was an intrepid the ends of his fingers and toes the
!' or ConFtipation. Sick or Bilious hunter, aud w s as easy iu the thick wolves are howling not distant, the
Hnadarhe use U". Pierce S Pellets, or , swamps at nignt aioue no most persons came iuwiu, tue sueep uioauu, auu
Ann bilious Granules. Purely vege- are in their houses.
table and perfectly harrales-1. One a
JOHN H. CKABTREE & CO
Founders anil Machinists
Manu fi.ctu: ei s and I i ale is in
as u. iii a
t their excellent
ers would prob
"". What about
J "A hat do the
A ill they take It
n talk 1 W ho will
rk of endowment
ought to be five
but 10,tXO will
ie alumni 8 bo n Id
." "O. It
. V s;;:;
! .issociations all over tbej
v.'.m;ngton lessen ger.
right to thrust upon the people in
competent officials: who are want
ing in gentilitv, reputation and
Many of the appointees of Wana
maker and Clarksou are disreputa
ble to the Government, and their
appointment cannot be excued on
the ground of party expediency,
social eiiviroment, or the exigences
of the times.
In order for an administration to
barged with the difficult aud often
dangerous duty of executing the
laws, but will soon so impress the
criminals themselves that they will
not dare attempt to accomplish
their wicked and dangerous pur
poses. Done at our city of Kaleigh this
the Kith day of September, A. !.,
1 ;, and "in the 111th year of
American Independence by the
Govern: r. Danikl G. Fovvlk.
S, 1". Tki.kair, Private Sec'y.
anything that I think may be of advan
tage to it. But I do not wihh to be
considered responsible for the manage
ment of the road, when the law dot s
not give rue ihe ri h t to control 1 1
Dan I. G. I i i .
i ( V e I II' !
KN ElStS AND M4
i 1 I ! .
V. i : i . I '
f F I'll
CI VL, hlnn,
i -' h . 1 bin ill
O j ii Ii i in our s; j
Acker's En g ! i-h U"ii .
superior to any and a
for the Throat' ai.d I.a
( 'oiigh and Croup it i
at oi.ee. W,' otb r v
free li.-meniber. 1 1 . :
a lilsit i Ve !Z um r lite.
K. Kit 1 II 11 1C I
eltieir I. ' II e
: 1 1 r -,.'!.-
1 . '
1 u hi k
V 1 y
' en mg.
He would plunge the dogs barking. All is tumult out-
through the ice for ducks Bnd geese side, and excitement inside the house,
he killed (and he shot a great many )' This was not one night, but nearly
lis cure b