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NEW BEHM :. ( RAVKN COUNTY. N. (. J AN I A RY 11, 1894.
' DK- a. & BAGBY,
il- ---c - -elt Wjipsn-t
dr. J. d.
Oflta- n 0-f-n si-' -t tvnween Pollock
J ft. 6 i NT J N" Td., D.D.S. i
- '.e llmlKHl to
1- ' ! TP aid M-
r . i -.i L.oi.ur
in? .i-'.i Surgery
.-e t .1 niriflted
o-. - itn by the
i ; . - ro , xtd
li lie .'3Ulry .Ion"
ia U but
A T T R V K T AT I. VI .
IGdJia treV, First room bove Frni-
Is th Ocmn ttaa of irttto ;
ttvmm, Job. Onto w Ptallfo.
l7Bitd DOM Ooorv w Brn, ana
ktnu Oomxoitf Btftta I
: . . 1
-ATTOEifEY AT LAW.
Heal Estate Agent.
3,091ction. New York
. v B4nn and Canada.
Timber lands ,
Io yoa waat to bay f
So ja want to eell T
UOO m, Trent Kond, 8 miles of city.
. Timbr wad Track Uad.
THE .NEW BERNE
" m A.ow prepared to furnish Uxi.f Hose
; A yaKwca Qdautiesj akd Couk in
-Vt -to- suit purchasers.
Send tea cents for Samples and Prices.
Pnre! Brilliant! Perfect!
arZSsj Xtkwwhekb. and Eudorsei
f- . Whrwevek Uskd.
llf XmC Popular GlatM in the C. 8.
,Tkt mrm daily worn ni nrf warmly
ti. br t molik BEPRESENTA
VTXYE 'IEK of thia coontrj, man? of
mrhm biagxt National fam. Tba litt
m fcc"j Btakers, Mrohaot. La wyer.
li.OnyvraeM, Ssiuian, Foreign Minis tert,
f- .Macfcaafco. Preachers.
.:PS; CMINEST IN ALL PROFES-
, , -.vSIOSa AND TRADES.
JtPTSICIABIS RECOMMEND THEM.
,JBUX J05E BUT THE EJfCI5E.
Jaass porfect Glasoea ara aooaratlr i
. Jata4 to all area at tha DraK Store of
" F. 8. DUFFT, ITew BemelT.C.
TO COTTON GINNER3 !
, Before placing your order
r Bagging and Tiea for
th Conalnc Seaaon.
. Be Sore to Call on
Whoieasla mod lUuil Dealer ir
Hew Berne N. C
It will payoo.
A Tar? Lot f FLORIDA! Gen- R. C. Gatling, who saoaeed-
r. r . l.fc.,.n p.,-,--., t ,;
ORA2TGES which I am offering very (
By The Box
& fnTI line of ntaSpr friiio
RUTS and CANDIES for the Holi-;
Yay Tra4. '
Come and Eiamin my STOCK
before baying elsewhere. ;
nosey refunded. I offer special in-;
dMenents to my Country Friendj.
'Small Mis ni Quiet Sales"
IS MY MOTTO.
GiTe me a trial and I will save yon
doubles Free to all.
J. R. PARKER Ja
H'0.77, Broad St.
fc. WOOD! WOODTj
U y' -jQood Dry Pine Wood For Sale in
. fumdred cord lota.
M. POUT EE,
BiTerdale, N. C.
There is a gteat rnst ling
leaves being turned ovt-r.
Vice Piesideui S:t vansc n bid a
perfevt ova ( inu t his New cars
I' ,-t-tons tl'-it i he tl- ' pour- or
S'uie p-opl- h ivi a ! oeet! broken
Off. Galvestou News.
T'ere will b To Sir e lips en iu '! I
(i i' Oast lie.-.- CC'.. '- will i ot Pe
Toe Masonic Grand Lodge of
Noitb Carolina is iu set-siou at Wil-
CIihj ea T. O'Ferral was loaogu- action, i-ar Hie lugiie-t .ihievc
rateil Governor nt Virinii ou the mentg are re i'-h 1 !u"i wise
tirsr ol Iimhp.. t h i u U i q g is johi in e! w ' ii res-.pt
Toe b ook .Lxcuaiigo is wbtre action.
bop is exchanged for evper
ienoe. Statehood for Oklahoma is etron-
' aly opposed by Colonel Robert L.
tOen, cdief advertiser of the Cher-
Mre. Cleveland bad a
reception New Years Day. She is
aaid to be more popalar that ev
The Durham Gljbe, recently!
owaed by Mrs, M. H. Fa.r-brother
has been sold to John W. Jenkins
for three Thousand Five hundred
Dr. Robert M, Hanter, of New
Yorlc, a recognieea aatnoritj; rep -
ndlates the city Health Board's
idea that consumption is conta -
Mr. M. R. White, the president
of the Mary Washington Monument
assoclatioQ. issues an address to
the women of the land asking for
contributions to complete the mon -
umen t .
Ti huan HivH r
King's Mountain. It is evident that
there is mare tin in the country
than there Was thought to Pejsome
Gov Mitchell, of Florida having
tiken steps to prevent the meeting
of Corhett . Ld Mitchell it J.tck
souviile other placs are contes
ting for the honor, Atlanta among
Toayoungman asking for his
opinion, Dr. Oliver' WTendell Hoi
mes recently enumerated as the
best three banks "i be Bibla, Sb ake
spe ir's plays, and a j'ood diction
ary, sav, Worcester or Web
ster." Is has been said that Cleveland,
Gresham and Cailislj went duck
tinotiog daring the recess; bat we
are now told that they took a trip
down the Potomac for the purpose
ol holding a eonsal' ation in regard
to appointments, and, as a result I
many nominations are to be sent
to the Senate,
Andrew Carnegie may 1 10k out
for Oarnegie, but be carries around
a heart with bim nevertheless.
addition to keeping his mills
open donrtg the winter, be has of-! erect a lighthouse on the outer
fered to givo another dollar given Diamond Sho l rd' Cape Hatreras,
by any one else for tbe support of Several attempts nae b en made
tbe poor in tbe city of Pittsburg. to accomplish this objecr, but tbe
Sreral liu nablrean tneobers nf:locitioa is so difficult that tbey
the Hawaiiaa investigating com-1
mitten express determination to j
bave the committee pass upon what)
.n th HlPtrafion hv the 1
President of bis prerogative at com
mander-in-chief of the navy and i
army to Commiggioner Bloant while
! in Hawaii.
Sailors of the American vessel, 1
Henry Crosby, while rowing from !
their vessel to the shore, were tired '
npon by the 8n Domidgo troops 1
K. - . . . '
and two or tbem shor.T ne uomini- , u"' "" W"D " "..g,
0u authorities give no explanation. ' trh prospoct nf substantial mer
n... nr .', uun.ia ; cantlle resrlts, should inculcate
XUV VdLSill V. u . . ... -. . -. . . u - . .
full particulars of tbe afftrto the
j State Department.
The annual report of the State
Treasurer of Alabama shows ag-
1 gregate receipts of fl,.42,D5o for j
itheflsoil year ended September!
30 h, 1893. Tbe baianoe in the ;
(Tieasnry at that time was 179,257. I
The net income of the con vict
system for tbe past year waa j
ed the late Gov. Fowle as Adje.
i tant General of North Carolina in
,aa , , , ... der of the sect. He beoan to preaoh
1863. now living at Fort Smith,,.
Ark. He is eighty-su years of age.
Gen Gatling is a grandson of Gov.
Caswell, fie graduated ar West :
Point in the class with Gen. Hob.
1 ert E. Lee. and lefr tu Cnited
8tBf" Armv 18G1'
There is one thing admirable
in the Republican party. When it
has the authority it u-es it. When
I it haa tha nnrdr ir Amn lira If fn:
. , .. . .
carry out us policy, uivision
, . , ,
weakens it, no hesitation hinders
it, do cowardice causes it to waver,
In this respect tbe Democrats in
"ongress may well learn from'
their adversaries. New
Tbe first half of the present As- two cruisers will be in position to
cal year ends with an inroad on the act ln conCert along the coast of
Government cash balance ot J34,-1 J3razil. Twelve of tbese boats are
000,000. The reeeipts for this time!now- jQ position, and when the
were $155,000,000 as against 194,. other five arrive it is expected that
000,000 for same period of ISfjL'. a naval b,ttle will tako place, pre.
while the expenditures were about
gl,00O,0OO less. The debt state-
ment. to be issued Tuesday.
show a net cash balance of
261,000 against $12-2,500,000 July
1 1st., last.
A great oral or wh-' asked,
'Wh ir ate the element of ora
tory t " replied. .ic r ioii, ac
tion." Ss-- ami si'n'. -. i . - i! v pon-d-t
tia".ii;i'TH"i ..! pn-tt-pl. sciea-ti-'s
m. v- r t n -ci-rets of
tl.i' I!!'' !- ' li I ' ' " 1' ' r'' ::)
i;., r , . , .i ao-
t!, , ru '..' ti i l '. 'iicir in -i i-
l:il.-. ail t lie sp"'l i'd ' ee
meiits it i ! a worth-
. J i .ii ings of a man
it i -i w-ll o i i iii i 'i f i' .'n:igh:
i it is infinitely lf f ter to lie it ni n ol
It is when Pailnviphv
a living principle; when invention
takes shape and has ta b eiog in
; machaniep, that man is revealed in
the likeness ol tr il an. 1 the world
i moves torwirii in progressive
J 1 An..ir.lj tl..i m l I I i nn i
l u mr .u...iiiui
i Christianity is action, and
I its higher rjjuDifenl ation is in
deeds, not words.
It is true that Fai-h is the sub
Carl8tlan virtue; bat Faith
I without works is dead. It is a Iiv-
ing faith that mot es the arm that:
controls the Uaiverse.
We have little idea th vt
, thing we may say win inniien ce
Congress and. to any con -
1 sidei able extent, bat we intend
;hat some of its members
shall understand that their consti
tuents are men of action and tbey
demand action intelligent action
J if possible at their hands
, The Silver question was discussed
j ad infinitum, in the Eitra Session,
" and, wonderfulto behold, the
mountain that was ir.
brought forth a mouse.
The Congressional recess is over!
and the Wilson Tariff Bill is before '
the House. VVby waste time
in lruules disputation ? Who,
can add any thing to the debate.
Th argument is exhausted, and j
actiou, action, action, is the imper-l
ative demand. 1
If anv man is not Dreoared to act.
......,, K- ,, io Koff '
suited to bim than the halls of Con-
gress. Piav your hand, gentlemen,
ft - J
or hand in vour cheeks
itis stated by tbe Panama Stai
aud Herald that tbe cential aud
South America Oriental Commer-
cial Com laav. of San Francisco.
has cjosed contracts for sending
30, COO Chinese laborers to planters
in Spanish America, as well as a
contract f Jr 10,000 Chinese and Ja
panese to be sent to Peru. The com
pany is to receive 100 for each
Japanese, and 150 for each Chi
nese laborer. j
The Government Lighthouse
Board is taking steps to resume the
'bold and hazardous attempt to
bave not been sucee-sfnl. The last
attempt was in 1800, when Messrs
Anderson i Barr, of Jersey City.
lost $73,000 to f 100,000 i n an un-
Isuocesslul to atteraot to seoure
Administration to utilize our war
8niP8 wharover possible for tbe ex
tension of American commercial in-
terests emb jdtes an excellent idea
now feasible with an adequate
. nnA .K,-..K L.uii.in
locreasea respect ror ;ue
flag in every foreign port. As for
tbe navy itself it will be none the
worse fop beiDg employed in aptive
o a f i-1 n a
C'aakerism established a church
orgaization in 1GGG. Tbey are the
Q 8ect wiout a creed, liturgy,
Prie9t-QOod or lament. Their
accordance or almost eqa U rights
' raiea 's 'to'' recorded step
tiitxrsirA una jl ilr n f fha Qu-rau
i 1 J
iGeorge Pox, thesoo of a weaver of
Drayton, England, was tue (oun-
in 1G1S and iu 1Gj5 seventy-three
preachers promulgating his doc
trines. Their original t:tal was
'Children nf Jv'ght.'' New Yotk
AM of the near Brazilian navv.
pure used in this country and
Engl ind, has arrived at ports in
Brat 1. Minister Mendonca Tuesday
ra.,airn,l nffinul ti nt i P. f - t i n n nf Iho
arnvilof the America at Pernam-
buco, anil was also lntormel that
me tnrpe ii) mi r e"a 'jci win bhii
from .M trriniq li ot the 3 1, ar
riving at its destination about tbe
15th. ir is expected that In the
middle of the preseat mouth tbe
torpedo boats, five gun boats and
eipated by the government ves-
HYDF. CD. KI'ST IMJOOK HATS
Fi'U SEF.D. A SPECIALTY, AT CHAS.
B. HILLs. FAST S1DF MAKKKT
i DOCK, NE WJBEHNE, N. C.
l ii-u; TAX
1 : i annoiiN
ton th,r r in- v.
; ui il M !ih ( 'orn-
f ' r of t.ixirig
i .1 i tv. rt per
lticMii!- 1 '
( t : : :i'
dele.kt i '
en- t i i (1 i
! re ;
1 - I
Hid rri i i 1 r.U of
': ', 'll p! .1 ! i h '
, is- l.linl a , t .-. to
i . i-i ;( l!u t ; t is :at so
.i t in- rich as t he pre--
t h poor. A fax of
y p-r cent on a mn s or worn
i. w.-anng appearal is juat
iiMi'.t'i as t!ie common peo
can sMnn, tuU it is
uot enough to defray tip ex
penses of :u' (iiive rn men t. ()Mier
meini tn i-;' l" fonnd to inerease
f Ip' i ' J' ii :' c: an
wuom- i .c hi- i f jiir tuousaad
: Jol'ars . i'i better pay eighty dol
lars than i he man who birely ma
kes a support cm ay orje dol
lar. Sjppise one has au income of
Fifty Thoii-atid dollars. His tax
wool 1 lie one riiousmd Dollars a
very lame t ix bill, bat one
that em ! pa1 I and the money
ot ix is :ihn'.:it, Ar a putilic
meeting;, in a'.o'-nei. StaTe, an in
coxicitd vt'nm in saw a Tax Col
' ol.nr' noMce on t he wall Tt. hnr
the caption J'a.i Xutiic, but i
the fuddled countryman1
read it Tax not ice ftnd
( 8houteil oat ia meetlog "lx not
ka v hr Qni, in,,, v.i i bh'
And so it eeeinb eveu to
But Government oannot be car
ried on without it, and the ever
pressing enquiry is, "What tax is
uemanueu tn ine present coD.mioo
. ! j , .-
W.thout any lauk of the Demo -
. , . ,
oratio party-- md certainly with no
- if w
blame attaching to the people --the
public money is exhausted, and the
receipts are much less than the ex
penses of the Government.
The first Cleveland administra
left a large simplus in the treasury.
During the closing months of that
administration patriotic citizens
were frightened because of the tem-
ntatinnH inidiL.ri!' fn an nvorfl twiner
i treasury, but now tbey are more
1 fritrtnil hppn-iA the frdaonrv ta
.... . ,
. abso.'utelv empty. Whv ttie cbangeT
It w,is cuifiod riv Keed s I'.lhon
i L) all r Congress m trr'.sui's (My
clone Adininistra! i n. W bar is to
, be done? The tariff is ti high now.
, Inccr-a.se it and you c invert it into
I a ' t of uggenian-.
I5;i' if the tariff were evei so
much i'cteased a very considerable
time would elapse before it could
add materially to the treasury.
Time is important. The truth is
the null must grind, and tbe sooner
th'.' water is turned on the bet
Far. vt..I, the;', tin- d''e::n is over;
Thou I lie 1 '. ed i ' i.e : . t r.
Bonds I thought i n hand could ever,
Boi.a n now and umie forever'
I the rt rie.ii n -ulj'- i , : ,.i,ly.
Through gi' y d iys and 1 1 i u 1 1 1 so lonely'
Tin oi the leo'.l one. 1 the lover:
Farewell now the dnnni is over!
Fa leu ill -i in e ill - .'.rciiii is o er
Tlmu the loved i Tie. I the I. nif.
Stariess skic- are bending o'er ine,
lengthening shadows stretch before
All the liizht ol lile departed--
elolitftry. broken hearted!
: Thou thre loved one. I the lover
Farewell 11, i w. the drraui ii over!
il. dear, lie- dream nv
Thou tl,.- lav. d and I th. i.)V, r
jll)W juuIV, UlV u,.si m.h M)inl
Such a cruel e.nlit.y mc-riw
Thou the lov. d and I the lover
11. love, the .Iii ;i til is over.
Farewall. since the dream is over.
Tlioil the loved and I the lover.
On thy caielesi ear unheeding,
Falls the burden of my pleading'
Mine is hut the r-ad, sad -torv,
Love and law's deoaited uh.rv!
Thou the i . . v . d and I the MeY,
Dice Uea, lile - ol'eam is ov. r.
When .Tacks calls on Miss Elean.,1,
He aiuavs brings her plenty
Of flowers and chocolate bonbons,
Most charm a maid of twenty.
And thorn-di .Mr .lack has ikinny nrm;.
And hgi a- thin a- phea.-anth'.
How ecu'.! o':.j blame Miss Eleuor,
Who mue,! admires his jiresents:
No w. man has any real admiration
far a uian:s presence unless the man;
has a cood nh v
a goou pny
-iiuc legs and arms
You eau't be "well-
well fillen out.
looking'' if you suil'ei from a"y of the
diseases caused by a disordered liver
or impure bled dvspep-ia iillious
uess, ;nd sehrofalous a'Teti ns. D .
Pierce's (.widen M du-a I I) i. oo very is
t h n on v r 1 i
a..' . ; I; -sc easts I' s
..in a i . 's g aaraute d t-
r.', la every ease. or money
.heal M:euce stamps it
i . t " as a tiliio 1 .cleans-
"absol i . -
eT, Strength 1
t ii. it aud llesh bu Id r
Thj vorst N'dsa! t'atazrh. no mat
ter how 1 ,ng bt-iuiLugbs piinianatpiy
curcl by Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
1 he Value of Constancy.
. i-mst'ii.t ,1 1 . a i ..f u ,. ter
s aw , t h.- hi r- h st -i ,.ne:
i -! . . 1 1 ! gi.a w . -1 T. . w ,-r
;. a-, - the tn'l diest belie,-
istaht cooing lover
i s on" the nlu.-.liiug nianb
- i .!:-!::. t adv. r'.iser
n, w ho gi ;s ;hL trade.-'
I Id I ,
An 1 ti
I - '.he ,
The Handsomest Lady in New Berne
Hemaiked to a trientl the other day that
Fhe knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
mid I.'iiws was a superior remedy, as it
8to; . I '-. i e n:.h instantly when othet
('.iii-ii re.ae'i es !:-,-! n ? effect whatever
So h, ; i e. !!.;- and I'.ii.vuue you of its
pie I .. .'th-
:-t w i.
ei e you a sara
size .r)0c, an. 181.
lhl i NL Y at L. J
mis. KLIZAHKTII OAK lis SMI I II
The Talented I, nil) Writer ami Her
Kipiady Kcmom ned Hiisliaml, e'la
Smith i .lack Dow nii.tr
Kl I Mil I . I lit ill 1 ! I "in! II . i j , i - u i
cull tin- i. .' i. iu i ; i .n i - iii n-i. : (., ,.
Mr- 10. .-iUis tniitli nrii.i'v . i-,:
:it Hi ', : u ... ..1 m ar N.- I i : -. ,
making il li-r lemie for evera! yi
" HI i il Ii lake-- Sim i li , n..v. I'
a n-1 l.-i i u i-r. u li . I ii-i at tin' r.
nf lier .1 aiu'liti r-iii la '.v. M rs A nii-
a I i.i
h. at II.
( '.. ,
a a I
day. X.iv. I "
.1 few il,l -,
I mill 1 in Wii
mi the in At
, ls!t:j. all. I
la- I IIM.'.I 1
iHV (.'elllelel V
Mi - h
si n lay in Maiin '.
' I .a '-'ii, it It. i 1 1 i; i'i v
- l-.litnl l-i'ille P.,1 :.,!,. i
i-. Mr. -'u.-i, !.. .
K ,-: in Ai. -.
mi- n-i.ii i il.-.- p.
D" wning." His
his Th;it , ii-
I II 1111" ( '.1111..
lit nf tile Seliale"
W a .
il. . Il H.i-l" l'.lemelil- i.l (
died in 1-r.s Mi-, -s
(;iliill.t'llall.l. M'- . U '. 1
11. il 'u.n Halie- v. a- I 'i in. e
ile-i i ileal. t ''I I i . I'l i in i
lie .lit II ( . il. .li v a n. 1 I 'V- ii lei
nf 1 lar ar.l 1 "ni M i-i y. 1
remnvi'.l to I'.lltlall'l, At".,
.'. 1 nl
t I li.ih
111. I U leal I .
years ol a Lie
ill a r rn-1 1 el.a Smith, an
editor, him wrote proso ami Via-c and :e-si-tt'd
her Im-iiiiinl in his note i. mi.
'She settled in New Vmk City in p:::i,
' oiitriliiiting to the maaiiie- .oid ! i, u -cm
ie.s,niidiiig lor paper-, v. rn i.i. -lorh
, .crUrr., U'V U'ars' ' ' "
Ji( .ulil nuier poems gave i.a repu-
tution as n poet.
"!?he wax also f.ie lirit uomnti tu k-ctur.
! l-elore a lyccum. and Had it so.itl.ern Icet-
I out. Theodore Parker invited her to
preach in his pulpit in Boston, mi l she
U'.aj nf cne time settled over the Indeiien 1-
eobeiC)t church at CanasL.hi, New
Her first lecture was delivered in Hope
Chapel, New York, in ls.jij.
"bho retained tier laeulties tin near ,
the close ot her lile and kept np a strong
interest in all the great iue-tions of the
a.... T i... , 1. 1
. 1IU V . Ill llll 1,'U.II -IIV(1- III,, llllll
, of- t beautv alul retained much of it
till the close other life. She survived all
i hcr sons but one (six ""'"hen inn
leaves a number ol grand-children. Mr:i. i
c.;,i, , , ,i i'j.,.i .. ;it i.,.fn,.,.
ill U L A LVt VV A Ultll'IUl, I U . L IHHMv I
the war broke out and when our boy
went to the lront ulie gavu eaoh an India
rubber cape. For the past ten years she
has resideil in Hollywood. X. C. By her
death the country loses one of its mo-t
able and brilliant female writers. Piitch
From A two and a hall column iiiticle
in the New York Home Journal on Mr:.
Oakes Smith and her husband we take
the following mention ol the hitter:
The eijuallv famous husband f Mrs.
Smith, Seba Smith. Jr., was born in !
Bucktield, Me., in 1702. Ue lilted for,
college at Bridgton's academy, and gra- '
duated from Bowdoin in 181. lit then
studied law in Portia'.. I an I w i- admit
ted to th- I ,:, r. 1 1 w a- then and ; li. . i,e
met and became enamoured of .Mi-.: ,
Prince. While a resident of Portland. I
Mr. Smith was editor of the K
Argus, which he made very popular.
then, iu 1830, he started the Portland
Daily Courier which he conducted till
1837. lie then removed to New York
City, 2nd renewed the practice of his
prolession. He was author of the "Major
Jack Downing" letters, of a satirical
political character, which had a gieat
run. These were afterwards publi-nod
in book form, under the apt title of
"Mr Thirty Years out of the Senate." a
term of playful travesty on Colonel Bnt-
ton's ''My Thirty Years, in the Senate."
i He was also the author of a humorous
book, illustrative of old-time days and
customs in his native State, entitle, i
I ''Away Down East.'1 He was also a poet
! of no mean rank. He died at Patehogue,
: Long Island. July 5'J, 180.
Besides his editorial, humorous and
poetic productions, Mr. Smith was tin
author of a wank in a 1 1 i tie rent tie!. I,
which he regarded as far tl a n-cen, ! i in r ad
else of his litel'arv lalmrs Tl i is w i- hi"
"New ICIemen I s , .f ( ieoniei rv," an oclavii
j volume of 2'" paeef, the la-u' t of ihi'.e
year- ...-!;, which was pu'a-h.d ai I aO.
Tee meiil d charaetet i-: i. - ni .an!
Mrs. Snilli weie tran-aii i. I to their
dt'M endaii!-. their six sons iii he; i : i :;g in
marked degree their superb intellec
tuality, and several of their gr-tnJchi ld-
. re n being poets. One of the nio,t brill
iant of the san was Appieton, who diud
! in 1887. His poem, "Maggie Bell,'' was
1 greatly admired and has been reprinted
One poem in partieulir which Seba
' Smith eonipose-i had end ti ring fame. Il
! was "The Snow Storm, ' and was founded
J on a real and tragic incident the perish
ing in a mow storm in the night time.
while travelling a spur of the Green
j Mountains ii Vermont. a Mrs. Blake.
whose iihant, whom she h id taken with
her, was lound alive and well in the
mornini., being careful I v wrapped in the
j mother s cdutliitig- -
She stripped the mantle from her breast,
And bared her bosom to the storm.
And round the child she wrapped the
i And smiled to think her babe w as
- With one cold kiss one tear 'hc shed,
' And sunk upon her snowy bed.
1 And lastly from a paper the name of
which we failed to note when making
the clipping we take the tollowing ti!
tur venerable, and highly prized con
tributor, Mrs. Elizabeth (lakes Suith
died at her lisidence in Hollywood N. C.
At age uf p, she manied 8.eii:, Smith,
who Wis then editing the Po'tland Cou
rier, and who soon after became fun his
for his satirical political letters, purport
ing to come (roui Major Jack Downing,
lie became involved in pecuniary n.:-f.,r"
unes, and Mrs. Smith adopt, d p Si-rat Un
as a profession. She met with tLttering
sr.ccess, n a writer, both in poetry and
pl'osc. They removed to Xew York in
1(142, and the hrst coh-i, ter, Pile lollect
i mi of her poems appealed the next year
under the title of "The Sinless Child and
She contribute I to the leading mag i
zir.es. and o a-i-ionally lectured noon th,.
rights of woman, being a. pioneer in that
cauke, ihc urate tragedies, and n.n cis,
and her pen was active as a contributor t a
rrniny periodicals, until within a few veai
Our tenders will recall several admirable
poems and prose aiticl.- cotit ia iaiicd to
these columns. Fm' tenor twelve wai
slie has lived with her son's 'amdv in
Cartaret county, Nor.h Cambria. Ia her
native St;it her memory will lie treas
ured as ofone who has reflected honor
upon Maine, aa u writer, as a r.'lurn;er.
and a philanthropist. The following son
net of hers, never before published, we
find among manuscripts in our po. ses
sion. It describes; the hoimsn-ad of her
THE OLD Uo.MESTF.Al oE My ol'.ANOl Till.H
Ir ..hiii.l iiiion an i.iiland. s!
meadow fields, that 1
With tussled com, an.
And crimson tufts ofoowr,
ii .si- fruit
1 " t .
: :. r- w he I nj; nut ward,
: ' I. : a v ; -! l iinu t lie
i an: ai ; ivt--. u here Io n 1
i I !:'. 111 I II OA K ks l n n
cor yi (! ! i snioki;s nto-
I I I iMM.S
i ii i n c
I i ii ir I i f el imi mi
- ami Oilier Matters.
V. . .lie -.i:r. II, .- l:: 1-
la'.. II. .
- I .-. A
a. w. r
I 'a .. u er
and M. II. C ,
"l ie- lnall. r
'S i 1 J.' - apt
' :. , . 1 . 1 t . t i .
ill. Ml loi' Il
I '. in:;- heard .Messrs
(In i ii Ciiion appearing
l ei an tl
; lor in rthei 1 1 me
ii red. iii -it the
natter I,.- de-
iciied m i-t .M , day in .fairy, IH'J4.
jr i- lien ,v oi . e.-rea, i n at lUU'siiant
a vo'c of the in ..iarity of the ipialilied
voters ui' tin.- ciu of New licrne at nn
election heid in said citv on Januarv Oth,
lsiiO !,y order ol the Board of County
Coinmi--i, Miei's o Craven county in pui
suaace of an act of the (tMicral Assembly
of Noiih C iioiiiia entirled l,An aet to
incorporate the K ist Carolina Land and
w'a v ( ' niipan '
ratified .March 4th,
is-; and the ar;..
;i- y witii tins c.xecu
X -w lierne. the clmi r
"- ni 1 hereby is an
1 to sign as -uch
ti on I ,y the el : y , .;'
man of this Ii. ia' , I
thorized ana diiei
chairman and to a iii t he common -;ea
Craven county to the municipal bonds oi
said city amounting to lilty thousand
dollars f-f 50,00(1; to be given to the East
Carolina Land and Railway Company in
consideration of the satisfactory eomple
tlon of its rail way into New Berne and
in eiLhtiLige :oi siock m tin.- wpd railway
corporation to the amount of $50,000 par
value thereof, heretofore subscribed lar
bv said citv.
Th-' deeds for Street's and Nelson's
limes having been this day delivered to
the Hoard ot Commissioners of Craven
county and the said Board having given
tie' note of -aid i 'Maty lor the purchase
in !.. y , f the -allle a- f.elow -.
One note .i.i',!IO for said Mreets ferry
j due and payable -Lin y 1st, is).-,, and one
note of il, 2H0 for slid Nelson's teirv due
and. payable .lan'y 1st. IS'Jii. eacli bear
ing interest from date at 6 per cent per
annum payable annually.
It is now ordered, That said ferries be
and the same are hereby opened to the
public and declared tree ferries on anil
after Die. 14; 1.893.
Ordered, That T. L. Wetberington be
and is hereby appointed ferryman for
Street's ferry at a salary of .$1(.00 per
month until farther order of this board.
Ordered, That Stephen Oliver be and
lien by is appointed ferryman for Xclson's
iei.y and to !..ok alter the two bridges
and the drawer crcssing Batehelor's
creek at a salary of 120.00 per month un
til larther on lei's of the board.
Ordered, That the seine beach at
St red - fi rry be rented to W. C. Brewer
for ls'.iJfor one tenth of receipts from
said seine Leach.
Orderad. That the chairman of this
board ! e and hereby is atitborized;to hire J
out any pari in now confined m jail for,
noii-payineat , f co-is or lines who y. ere
directed or iintlioiiz.ed to be hired oht by !
the .ludge ot the Superior Court.
Ordered, That the settlement of back
taxes due by C. C. Ciark be iclt to the
of this B .aid and County at
Ordeied. That the lot of Mrs. T. J
Baiter on Ldi-n stnet assessed on tux
li-t for lyu3, at l.ti'H) be reduced to 1
Oi.iO on account ol part of same lot having
been a-sessed to L. S. Woo 1.
O 'dcred, That lots Nos. 2.4 and ap a
nissi d against Mi.-s Louise Dennison for
at -s'2,500 be
essment heretofiae having been on the
whol... of sail
front as now.
instead of on watu'
lered, that a remittance of 10,O0
he made m the tax against the liming
ton Steamship Company for 1893, the
said 1 0.00 having been paid direct to
Ordered. That 4048 charged to E. K.
Bishop in tax list far 193, under head of
"all other property, "be stricken from said
list, the said amount having been listed
by list taker Havens by mistake.
Ordered. That the tax on 92 worth
personal property charged to Jemima
Kdpatrick, to.wiship. No. 3 by list taker
Uusscll, be stricken from the tax list of
said township, it appearing, to the Board
that she owns no such property.
The ie ir i adjourned.
The li a ird ..f Com ni-.
eoun ! V met at the con it
Jan v 1, 1S94.
ioners of Craven
"house in New
Berne at 1 1 o'clock a. in.
IVes-iii, C im'iiis.-ioiK'i's J-;s
chin'n: K. W. S aiallwoo I, J.
ows an 1 M. II. Ca'r.
Tiioih s Daniels, treasurer, having pre
sented his citfici.il bond in renewal of his
lormei' I. in i- f -i
funds ;,, I-. -i pi i re,
h i ing e i.iiiae.
Sa !' '. a- up ,u s
-a ia g .. ! in 1 s
gen.'-r d at
I ., I aw, a
into tii.- sol eiley of the
I hands and finding the
itii iiait m tne security
thereof, it is
rdered. That the said bonds be and
the same ar- received, approved aud or
dered to be recorded and tiled, Co'.nmis
mi iom rs Bryi'hi, Smallw.iod, Meadows
and C irr being present and voting to
r. ei. i ye t ha s.iuie.
i h . lered. That the jietition of Laura
A -.'-dh- lor reduction in amount land '" n" m aCoorumg u s a
tisfies, more numerous than others. VV e
liste 1 for taxation for 193 be referred to would advise, all our readers not tone
S. W. Latham, li-t taker No. 2 township, gleet the opportunity to call on their
ordered. That upon payment of thc druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Bal
1 1 - j sam for the Throat aud Luugs. Trial
proper tax to the sherd! license be grant- 0ne free. Large bottle 50c. and $1. Sold
1 ed J. M. Wright to s-U malt liquors for' by all druggists.
::n, l-'.M. at hi-
1 J - CilV .f N.-W
! Or-leiv.l. '1
1 To arrr- Ian
aiel fur the r
:. -liuriri'i I
X l"i- I .
.1 l-ha, .
:-llli ! a I
1 .ni i ,
nil saniti 1 i -1 mi an i.iiat
resiiU-nt nf I'itt muntv
sile'i ia:e I,
list taker '.
The I t j ;
I'l e-i nr.
mi the lioar.l to..l
( ' : 1 1 1 1 1 i
ion -r- Ja-.
chin n; K
a'el V. (
m K. l.'
M. II. ('
II Ci .11 I'l , I H I
. ,.,e v. a . , . i : ii
NT U I I. k.
1-! Town-hij) A. '. Willi
Wetlierinulon. 1,. . Lanc.,1
M. I- ii'eher, Ah,n , M
I .. . f I .
' I I'l. .U- 1 lot
U' "",U' H.J. WW: 1'h.,-. Arthur,
(laaton .. Wcthenne;!,,:,. Hui.l Ti i p ii .
Jr., Leonard Ipock .Hid I. I'. Street
id Township C-o. W. Thomas,
a.. Arthur, Lewis CusUins.
:?d Township Jesse Jones, F. II.
Alex ; son. J. E. ICornc :iv. I) IT Ile al,
i 7 -
Dougherty, .Ino. Ii. W'ooten.
ath Township-C. C. liell.
'I: h Township Dock Coop-r, col.
:tli Township W. A. Wilcox. John
; fj. McDaniel. Henry S. (Jaskins. .1. .
to Kr..n-li 1 1. i .1. r..rM,( o.
ill II, lle.u
John ; i'.dis.
5, J. V..
J. C. lliil
liroadhur-t. .1. J.
and Xo.,h Powell,
0 Ll i Township
I. II. Cvils.
1st Tuwiiihiji- (i. I. nigi
.McLohorn, Daid lp,,ck, Sim-!
St. Clair Lancaster.
2d Township V. .1. Siille
j Sti I ley. J
no. It. (ia-kniv.
3d Township ('. W. Daugherty. Jno.
8th Township I. L. Moody,
Lane, D. C Sma-, I.,,-, itt ILnec
m ! r infold, f. ). Hie Uon, Ir., James TL
Oth Township O W Ipock
OrdereiiITiat up lavm-nt of
' 1 -
pr;per tax to the sheriff and otherwise
cuiiijoy iiijr nun me law nceii-.eiie cr.int
ed Fred J, H'anlisnn to i-etail ll.piors for
0 months ending June 30, lSl(, at his
place of business in the city of Xew
Ordered, That a reduction of $2 29 be
j made in the aggregate value of real and
j personal lo-one.n- d,nrr,.,i n v u-i.n
L . j...., A . ,, Mll-
ford. Township No 2, fr 1893, on ac
count of error of lUc taker.
Ordered, That the tax charged to
Shade A. Kd wards for lot on limintree
street for the year 1893 lie remitted, he
having sold sai I lot to Jos. L. Hahn on
Nov. 1st, 1892.
Ordered further, That said lot on
Hountree street be listed to Jos. L. Hahn
at same valuation as listed to Shade A
Edwards, towit: one hundred and fifty
dollars and the sheriff is hereby instructed
to collect the tax on the same.
Brazilian War Horrors-
A British steamer which spent twenty
three days at Rio Janeiro lias arrived at
New York. She hit liio Janeiro Dee.
The capUin gives a bad account of the
horrors which are developing i.i the war
there. He -avs the rebels are of a better
class than tne upholders of the Govern
ment, and that their side is the popular
Peixoros armv lias mi ir di-.-in ia - a i 1
i I---- ...
shows, the utmost brutality. In I'ernam
buco martial law is -tncily enforced and
no discussion whatever of a political na
ture arc ...,. There is an uneasy feel
jng notice, a- am nig the inhabitants.
Capt. Richanls son a street ear conductor
slj0t anc inatantly killed by a soldier for
I simnlv askini? him to stand and mvp. lu
seat to a passenger who had (laid. Little
notice was taken of the affair and the
! soldier was not brought to account.
I Twelve naval cade;-; were executed bv
J Peixoio's soidiers. They had been
stationed on a guardship and were ar
j rested one evening, accused of conspiracy
against the government, lit being alleged
' that thej intended to turn the guardship
! over to Mello) and were shot the next
1 number of iiconle .oiilipi-e,! to s..o
I tl,e execution. The cadets were escort ed
' to the place of death by a body of sold
i iurs. The drums rolled mournfully. The
1 ronnir m w,.rp nl-ii-,.,1 in lin. n,l 1
J O J.-Sv. ... .... uv.
kerchief: covered their eyes. By the first
volley seven teil dead, pierced ' v igai.v
bullets. The other.-; '.yer,' only wounded.
Onp r.f the uani-id . I el ..- -..,rr...i t., r.m
numtli i n. iinir .1 .in.
. Jil.-iee el' !.,!-;.,, .- j
but he was quick 'y br.uijit tu earth I 1U1( students have been cm
pierced by half a dozen rifle balls. The st mctu- t the college,
rest of tne coin iciiied men were killed by! Though the callege, it -the
second voliev. This execution deeo , libraries wan- ..n,-,- .h-st
s execution deep
ly anected tne populace aud tilled the i
r.onnln ?vith crre-nt ' fpnr nq to tlm n..n-.r
I - I o .. ... . .. j.w ,. , .
and had been for three
to the shooting of the
The Ki,eentuh Coiiiniitte-) of the
Carolina Teat ii, i s Assciiib'.y
session at Kah-igh arranging f
to be held at More-bead
Dr. Win-ion made an ill" at h
Chap,-1 Hid I, at the , o nmith o
not to -. "aange.
Mnrehead is the place fir it
get it at
is a n ie pleasure resort
breez-s abound, where li-liing and saiiini.
can ue ni'iutged m to t lis- n-an -where
a m iiiiuioth sum uer h Me!
.. it. -nt.
Can a. -
comniodate fl ! 1 w ho come, and
cheaply on sea I'.eiic.iises and it is m. .re
over where the the Teachers' Assembly
own buildings for the meet-!
The Population or Xew Berne
Is about nine thousand, and we would
say ai least oue-nan ure irouoierl witn
J some affection on ttie Throat and Lungs, I
1 1 u
m: i (,ki.. i v iti;k
- rditt'i'iri-iiiM,'. i '
'lit Littlt- tin- II. ii. I 1
Hiojiot l'r.'ii.H' ni
I he city i- i.i;,e ; . ; , I. I II ', 1 y
it h eia! ii .rate paper I', n :
ilw ays i nttrc-t mg inn 1 u in i . r F
I if r II ( '. W II ill 1 '. I Uni ,,(i'
I 'a -!4 nn I u -i vi
I " : '
-call il V n III..
1 groin,. I-
V.t-, tllel el. ,re.
i.l. I-'.... :.. .: a
I I ,
I ' Mel 1 .
I. I 1 " ' 1 o'
' I -1 e
1 !1MV ntlicr ilac e (h i
i ecntlv. I reler to t
; Xew Berne, with its dev., : en',
i men, licautiful women and pn-tlx
lined v illi li.'indsome tmildiii":-.
in various parts oi t lie cit v
building is going on, and there i-
where a spirit ol thrift and enterprise, that
speaks of an vt h ing e1-" Man a seareitv o
Ur. l . In. .d,, ,,, a ..,
.a.p'etelv hlillLi nn
ad. ii! i. a,
'P' i t V, - ,
j noii'ieini; iniii . a en.cnt m
: ton House. In elditinn 1
renovating the build. ng h,- ,
in the rear a large new I
and otherwise iinprovin-.: 1 1 1
that when completed it wi
class hotel i n every resin i
pciiter is alsa building a neat little 1,..
on Broad street. With these and t
anniinlloii-. Hotel Albert. New I'.i r
soon rival anv t'
w n in
Slat,- a -
to hotel accommodation-. Tin- new W.
N. & N. depot just completed is a laruc
well-appointed and convenient luiildnie
with olliccs, wailing and baggage r.. unis
on die tir.-1 floor, while on the upper
Moor are rooms for the ofliocrs and em
ployees of the railroad. This depot i
aboiit two lilm ki trom the A. .V N. ('
woiK win in: rcsumco in a lew ,ia- on
,i ,.i i ...:,i
I New Berne will be well smailied
j water, both for fire and private mr.
I The truck farmers are hard at work
' o'lt sioang cal ibages an, 1 pivpar-
I inn the bind or mas an, o her iroek
j The premium list for t l.o next Fi-I
- iJ.iiue. tivster. Aericultural and .Meclian
teal Fair is out. The premiums arc larger
in every depardneut than ever l lore
The race purses amount to S2,a00. Mr.
Chas. Kei.enslein, sci retary of the As
sociation, inlorins me that cveiral this
early date arrangenicnl s and picparat ion
to make the next fair surpass all min is
ever held in Xew Hernc are g ing forward
rapidly. The attractions tlii- war will
be numerous and me
that he has closi d a i
trotting dog, which
Maine, low a. The do,
an, I wall I ie i h i en I ,
ine mt . act with
i .urn- 1 1 'jilt Ho
, weigh - 4 ipoUlli I -
i boy seven vi ;irs
old The boy and sulky lo which the
dog w ill lie hitched w ill weigh 7a p muds.
The dog will go a mile iu 'hree minutes.
This will lie sniiiei l;,::g in w and well
AU the department ol' 1 lie Fair will In
better represented than ewr before. The
officers and members o! the association
are ns positive and firm as ever, imi with
standing big offers which have been made
not to allow any lakes, gambling m 'n
rooms on the grounds.
I expect to visit New Heine .again at no
distate date, and w ill have something
more to say about t',.i- pleasant and pros,
perous little city, its g.,od people and
the opprojiching Fair in February. - II.
B. II. Staff Cor." North Carolinian.'
The Wilmington Mes-enger nothing
the presence of Bcv. Edward Bull iu that
citv in the interest o( tin 1
Fair u"- tin- f il!i,ii:j -m
I ''The Fair paoiiii- -
ever held in New Hern-
knows what that means a- the Fair- U
our sister citv alt aiw- -iui- ei.--
j riELD IN the statk. We undeis: .,m
j 2,500 in purses will be awarded ..
! "inning and trotting races.'
! The Tyih'igh Nw s-Ob.,erwr-( hromi 1.
! o1' J',n'.V lst 111 mentioning the Fair -tate
! ''e same of it excellence that the M, -
I senger docs. ''New M.tih- F .i:- ar-
j always the best of the kai 1 h.-hl in !;u
' t;ltl- 1 lic-se not!, e
1 1 1 1 1 1 !
new,--.papers need n.
stand for themselve-.
Don't fail to atlctid I
! Work of Unthei ford College.
The report of Rutherford colleg".
the year just out, show an -nn!liiHii
one hundred and seventy three stud
sixteen of these were the ,!,)'
and fou r medical.
Sixty-one of the -tu halt
ed free of tuition charges.
; ll -til-leu
,!'.' in. I l ile
forty-two years ofits hi-tor the . , ho
llas always been con. lucie. I "U g,-:i
aus lines, in all 2,200, p un i-ludcats w
otheiwise might have had no c lu.-ati
nave he-'-'ll gl veil tree '. 11
en th Ul
an I in
! glad to s -c th i' th- P.'.
pl'lMI IllUe. - it
and that th
i iviiri ' k a 1 d .'
(iranarj Business Changes Owner.
I "Bryan it Smith " is now the firm
owns the granery Imi
ri.-d on by Mr. C.
Henry R. Bryan. J i .,
her and Mr. W. .!. is
former i- a 1 "'gi 'im-r
latter i- "an 'l 1 han
having al one time
the firm's pr, da ,-, -, a
They w eic , ii-.,
adding a tlon- in 1
their stock and in r,
make an or. I rly arr .
trett ing at evi rvt'i'ng
tend !. de d ii: a'!
-eed lor w ha h then
rv :i good In a y -t
- lie I'.
Illlsilles with ill tie .
J.uatN h wi-h-s I li. :
TlleV have ul.
ni;! :.v round. T:i:
o seinred Hi.,
ry e i-: nf C
pr. -ei ing ap
the coa-t tnii'
i the Hail paten.
family aid firm a- a, I,-. a - , , . , . ;
few dav. ago.
For pairs in the chest there is nothing
better than a llannel cloth saturated
with Chamberlain's Pain ILalm and
bound on over the seat of pain, For
sale by J. V. Jordan.
NKHS IN liltllil
l, n! pi.;
.1 th. I)
( ! ,
''u. -p, ake ' I . :.,
'1 .,',,, - '
-.I'd - I ..... . .
' i ' . 1 .r - '
i'ne . '
: ' ;" 'i tiv. I la- . trom
let lath 1- ' Ie ' ' O hi,.... ' ' .
The Iii -' p ,m .,! ,, ,, .,.,,.: i,,c sea
- mi. ' , .. i.e ;.. . p i' .. , ,.p i ,i ,i,cc , ..
I a .. 'J P..- 1 I ' . g. They
a - ' ' ' -1 '. - , t Swift
'-"i'1' ' " ; -" thai. V '
11 :l" 1 'in a , h,i-tmas .
holld l - t il. I . U I , , , - ; j .;.,- ; ''
III. : ,b V - , ' ' w i ,,ge
j n a ml ur hi :i , . , , : . , ,.
j Tin -'camel .'. ,i :. : ,, o, .,, ri..
Imiin-nlMi. !,..ui- i, iii l.nd, wuti
1 tak n to li e horn I, i f ,i inter- -
mot. Medic,!..; I'nilio - M.'iir..,', Two' 'fC:,..
-older comrade- .m p i ;,-, 'he re- '",
lbl,: M Sl.ml, ;, l.a nia-h a i .. lection
, ' i '' h'gi a -is t h o w. i.- r.':'.. I to dint .
during his All ii an 1 1 : i i-. a d tin are
to I .e pilMi-le 1 1 nn.ld ih, ,1,. ,, "My '-''""'
I'llk Colllpiinioll- :e, I III. ,, St rilt)g s j."""
I vr .1. A'. ii. r I! nn I. ..I Wi Id .',, one . V"
-M th. .applie ini- f a .e.-'-tion of Gov- . , -!
: n-nent pi hit. r . f, :.d, rs ,n of ; -'
gr-p and pen a -ii i ...i tin- 11 I int after V ..
two wi ck- -.ckic -- 11 w i- a? years tof " "
'' A iui. aboiii a year old will he taken 'i
'taken out lev -teani.-r I i.iay for New ,
York. II.- was caught a! Kershaw in
I steel trap by Mr. N.C. Siniih.and brought - -'
to New lierne oil 111- sciioaiK j- M iry D. '
for -hip aieiil lo M. J, Hamburger, X. Y. ""'"
Tin Wilmington Me-.-iaige- gives the
fillowing: -Big Ike, T C. A. B. D. ill "
oi.lciiilv lei..-, a a- Hi!! ! f n i j Ii r-y. is ' -iiinong
the i.-i'ors ia .an eily He wna
I a w eh onie . , I i i r -! i I ha a t "' he Messcn
Col. J. S (ni o! Durham entered - .
upon the duties ot President ,l the sstate
I l''.ii i- w i Ih t he in, iiin: ii-,,- o! ', ii. ear. Con- - .
i tideuce i- lilt that he w i i '. : h r e. I he same ' '
I v - ,
ilear-'.ieaded en. ray in:, it I'u it has
j characteriz , I hi- : :i .' ' u in -s and
! hat ! In- ne vi Fairw.'l It a . red on;-.
i Ir. a special t ; a- l i, !' ohserver
S It is stated that eno:- lie eo'l, etors ot "'; '
customs to he appo.nie l, 'i,;1 who have ,".,'
not been nnmiiiio 1 i ' V- Berne "
collector. 1 1 1 1 in it,.. , .s ... .. .,: Seiiitior
Kaii-om w iio w a- (.. I,.- :i,wd that '
night iiolliine w i- ki.o.v-, -a .. m-iii
I , . ."!
The !! r '-.! ' ' en : r , has ;S
heen stopp, i .,.. ,,i ... .,,.., ,,,, and ;.:.
Cerman liiixal e nil ,-: . n. 1. a - i Oo 1 Ad
in i r:i 1 j 1 : Cam i ,e , Ti . . . ! - ' a. tinvwould
n! per.nil fi;.h. r ! .' ang of the
cit v li.a'ii .-!, oi li-n-. - t . merchant '
. a - ;, , , : : i . -. ,, 1 e , . - lonh t be . :,
'I'll- X, w - o; : ' ., . . ,. : cv:
'A third death 1, r I :a Bishop " ' -
Lviiian's I'.iiiiily. f'nid-ix ' ininlipned ;.:
that ol his hm:hor. .!:- -.. , in 1818;
at, i ye-!cr,Iay : -,o , -. i . 1 of the "'.'"
death ,,f hi- -. -: . i . a L man, -. -
aged eight y-l h ; , . -, ,:- ;,' ( t , ill-tow n, .-.
ileal' Baltimore.' '.,"
The . ..ri'. ol'.ii i - . i i . ; ie inside -,
l h - regular i .i e . i i, ,; th. rounds -
c.li-.-: f.i hi. I-:.,.-- ., Ix-gUll
la - i i v. I ' : , a : i: . v -ad sclip-
I1"!. ... I lie.'e l :, - : . 1 . 1 i ,1. Mr.
W.d'. llnlw,, ii- .. ,:,:...-: mover . .
in the w..j f. , ;- , , . , i ,. matter .' .
however and t. V. '.,- Hit . il, will be
pilshe-1 iind ! h- a. . ' . i , : i I ine- , I, v "...
t In- Fair. s. ,
T li ' D "i ' : .:: ,: ',- H'nJS
ri ! M" iii- C .ii, ', ': !: i. . ..!,- 1 to
I'i ' i.:i! mill ,i i e. a. : .v mi id I . ..
im nil'- over -!.tiia Tli - fiv.iiiug
the mow argii-d t u th. sl.uhii ,ucep-
lion woii'.l liimi a i ia-- .iasp, .idle to -i
ail'ard it .ni.l Hi ii it v.'.,,.: I :.M .ai nil
niiai ravelin.- of .iil,ts-M ooo. ".!-. ttie li- - -
Hill ol Xew Y-.;k i), m.-lr Ilia! d.sel'imi
n il ion w as nn a i - : a n 1 i: u ! -a ii i li i- and
lb it i' ought I . l i" ..'I . ', ..
We are pie i- d to see in t lie Colosboro
A rgii - 1 1 e . .1 low aig a pp reei tit i ye reference
i . K.v. F. W. Finn-, lln- c-tiinablo
t . ' i i I . a li li.il:'. - i : I w im a i 1 1 I a s; months
-a i'n : i N. w J. ::-. ,., , . 1 to (jolds
!"'! A ! ih, , . ... . -.,..! -hipped ";.'
ill the l'ie-hti ,; ,', , til.'. ; "-',,, ' V CVCn
I ''.!.'. ''11" I til'' -, , ,,.,,, , f , p J',.V.
Mr. I'n ri e -. .ei ' !.'!",' j : ;,!: to the
elo-iue w ,: ., ,. ;, . .. - ..!-, S the
f!n -i . i'i t '!, . j i ';.:: i :' 1 1 'ivory,
I ! ll , - I I 1 h: . , t : ' . . 1 tins Ie- -1 '
. eh 1 ! a 1. ., '..
M-: a- :'. ; . L ' ::.'. 1: is V
.''- 'LO .'- ' I -Mi- y "'
, 1. - ..! . a - ' :::,,,-d '"v',;''
" t a : i 'I, i ' a:i:'g() -"
'.''.'.'. . . t U ll . ,
'- ." t . say ' - ;,
' t " : T!ds was ;r '
in . ' i- ! t '!-,! . .; .l.tch- '. ;
ell - an I h w .,,' ; ; a , the :'
-e " w -: ; pi. , . I ' ;1 . .... ; , , p. moll
ad w i '.,.;, i , -, . , ,.,g ; J.'
Col. .1. S. air ami tin V , ! I air "'
M-. -' n it' 1 , ; : .,: a
','!. ; -. . , J 'III- a-..
' ' oil, ! !v " '
ii ; i. -. ; ' . i , '
i ' , ar
: ' ''- . . a 1 . i.l.es
w 1. Beseh.- h .a. ' ' i i ' 1 ' tnliueco V, -1
inaii ii fact u re i in t lie v. . lid i,. ha-a --plen-did
fancy stock farm, and all of his cx- '. ,',
hibits will be interesting. v'