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NEW B ERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C. .MARCH I, 194
' H II Sk. I
i ria of tartar b&snnit powder
BLxhst of all io tooveniug strength
Lamst United States Govkknmrht
Royal. Ba.kim Powdkb Co. " 106 WrJI
A LAEQE UDT OF THOSE
,X - IV . C HAMS
rhat I am selling ( " . 4 v
-1 IS 1-3 cts. per lb.
.ALSO TRY A BBii. OF MY
IT ONLY COSTS YOTJ
And there is none better made.
: To my COUNTRY frienda I
; would saj'driT right in the
'- Tear of m j store, where you
will finA STABLES FBEE.
ULj prices are low, my dealings
are just give me a trial and I will
gnarentee '.satisfaction or refund
au money, f
J;'R; Parker, Jr.
NO. 71 BBOAD ST.
Wholesale and Retail
r DEALEB LST
- NewBeroe, TV. C
: -' v - -SEB;)IRISHD0rAr0ES
;A dfr Sale Cheap.
Cabbage Plants ! !
We offer tbo pablio the following
Tirictiea of CABBAGE PLANTS,
growp-v from .seed procured from
ta well-kncwa d BEWABlB
See4 : ' Hoasd -i of Peter Hen
leruon & Co., of New York. Thi
lot of PUat) are growaMa the open
ir, are thrifty, and will withstand
Berere eold wether withotti iDjory.
Henderson Large Type L)h tries,
ton Wakefield Cabbage.
Henderson' Sucoeasioa Cabbage,
the finest Cabbage grown.
Henderson's Ettra Early Express
Henderson' !, Extra. ;Erly Wm
slngstadt Cabbage, v
Kcnderson Large Cabbage het-
Henderson's Big Bostoa Lsttnce.
Price $3 perl,000j lots of 5,000
and OTertl.50 per 1,000. Special
prices on lots of 50,000 and oer.
Send all orders
Q E RATY & TO WJS,
- - r roung's Inland, S. C.
- DiC-a; K. 3AGBY,
deo3'tvcr 1SWBEBN. N O
DE. J. D -XAKE,
Ofiiev oa CrTOD Atrwt tw wert. Pollock
JE:8ST(JN. VI D., O.U.i.
frmoilco Umllu to
lit UfOUl forgrrj
Feetb " tm:ii
ltbci pal a bT fie
as of NUro x'J
Svcr7tlas in Mi tn or Ueotlvirj hod'
C8t, oornr of 41ddl -Ii r tn4 Hr
f Middle street, First room bove Farm.
;er'e Merchsnt's Bank.
"Will prMtte Im tb- COuoun i inu
rtret, Jonea. Oasiua Dd P- r:. iico
Uattad AUttea Jourl it Xe B-.an
SaemM Ooar vttM HI ie
;V7M. li CLAK&E,
ATIORHEY AT LAW.
Keai Estate Agent.
gNe B -ue, Jt. C.
Connections. New Y rk
Boston and Canada.
: , Truck lands.
Do you want to bay f
Do yoa vant to sell f
1500 eres. Treat UoadmilM'ooity.
Timber aad Track land.
It is believed iu Washing: on
that Biand silver seign..irage bill
will not go through the House,
and IT it doe- 11 will die m the Sen
ate or he murdered by Cl-veland;
- Hill is ready lor the next nomt
nation of a Justice of the Supreme
Oouif. He says: ' I voied against
Mr. Hornblower and Mr. Perk ham
beraose I did not think either ap
pointment that I ronsidered on a
par with those. I am seeking do
right baveeought none- over this
Lii'eo. A dispatch frcm London i
..f the 17th insf., says that the!
Government' adbe-iou to its Mi
rer p.ih'.v fur lodia lacks the ;tp
provalofhigb a.ianaial auihoruiew
in the eooatry. It is predicted that
the- whole experiment of closing
the mints to silver and trying to
. , i, k n n ot ninijt he Hrnnni-H
within the n-x ihr. c uioutha."
Toe New York World has iven
a valuable contribution to the need
of an income tax by showing that
adder the proposed taxation of 2
par eenr. per andnm John D. Rock
feller will pay $152 229; William
Waldorf Astor, 1178,000; the Jy
Gooll estate, 80,850 Cornelius
Vadderbilc, $80,960, and William
K. Vanderbilt, $75,900.
filnc'j haa been made of the alle
ged fact that Nominee Prckbam is
a trenendona State's rights man,
and oy this claim it hs been
sought to enlist Demoui ats in his
behalf. The Washington correspon
dent of the Bichmond Dispatch
writes his paper that the talk that
Peck ham is a State's right man is
"all bosh" Whicb is a very tnel
phrase with which to npset so care
fully constructed a claim.
The average newspaper reader
mast be about as clear in his no
tions coucerning who is ahead in
the Brazilliao quarrel as the old
lady was about, tha wa, to lent
eggs for the goodaens A. 1 1 ou
b iVh It do." fid rje. ' is t ouf
the egjg into tbd aier, . n.i u it is
good it will eitoersink or swtui 1
torgct which." Springtield Ke
publicaa. As soon as the Senate Finance
Committee begins to open tbe door
just a littla for the coal and irn I
anrt sognr meu, the troic men of
Florida and California charge fa 1 1
tilt upon tbe apertaie in tbe hope
ot making it wide euongh to let
them io for a little protection. Ho i
ety toward the people is tbe beat
policy io this case. Louisville
We regret to note tha' Sonator
Vance is opposing the counnna
tten oi Mr Simmons as KeVeoue
Collector for this District We
know but Intle aoout bis manage- ;
meat of the last campaigu or hi
attitude roards Senator Vance in
the matter of appointment", bat we
do know tb.it he faithfully represen
ted this district io Congress and
that the People. of ibis oommnnitN ,
especially have good cause to teel
grateful to him. Lsker Patron
The rejection of Mr. Peckham as
an Associate Justice of the United
States Supreme Court by tbe Sen
ate yestei day, like tbe rejection of
tbe previous nominee, Mr. Horn
bloer, did not torn on and the
question of fitness Tbe learning
aud integrity of bo'h gentlemen
were well avouched. The rejection
grew out. of the personal antagon
ism between the President and the
Senators from New Yotk, and ibe
Hliogoess of Republican Senatois
w take advantage of a partisan op
portunity to widen the breach. In
t lie meantime jastice is delayed
and 'be country t-uffers. Pntl Rec
ord. HAPPILY CONCLUDED.
Tbe contention over he filling
of tbe vacancy on the United Sta
tes Supreme Court bench has been
happily concluded by the nomina
tion and confirmation uf Senator'
White of Louisiana.
THB JOUBNAX in specnlitiiig on
tbe situation, a fe days ago, --iig-gt-eted
t hat it would be n-ll im ".e
President to Dommatt a S "a n,
nod thus secure an imui- diate vu
tlrraation, and this he d I.
It ma be adied. wh whs no'
Lists doll- Hi : lt Aim' il ! f I- oras
very generaHy cotiCederl ib c Nen
York w,,m entitled to the idac--made
vacant by tbe dea h ot one ot
The unfortonate eon plication
io the Sta'ij of New Y-:k made ir
almost impossible for Mr. Cleve
land to make a jodieion- appoint
ment that would pass tbe ordeal of
the Senate, but it was necessary
for him to make the appoinrment.
Having twice nominated a citizen
of New York, it was tbn oroper
for him to look elsewhere for an
Absociate Justice, and be did well
to select the Senator from Louis
iana. Senator White is an able lawyer
in tbe prime of life and his appoint.
ment, in addition to being ener
ally accepted as a good one, is en-
tirely satisfactory to tha Senators
from New York.
is in lull
The err.it Wio'er F.ii
bla-t. Hint t if i y is lul people.
To is i.fB ce im'.iifi-iI with -ne truest
and iet tit Noon Cir.i:i iUin-i. 1 i
t ins o 'u li i , pi ' s-ii i I t of such
en .1 r i) m -i t - wo ti'.-k up our prm
cd and .-aid, "Will U !
at OllCe said "'g'.Vt
oo CI- vel mil's erroi-
V- are not putil . ' : uiaga
zioe, uor is it imr purpose to bring
oar au oc'avo v ilume, mil it would
oe rong to lsue an luib x, t'O we
-Dull take rapid bud's eye obset-
Mr-CUveUud made a mistake.
when r.e made Judge Uresbam the;
iuiiii:er i li s 'Ii 'luet A-
nis having been a Bepubhuau he
had no special qua ihuatioos for
the high offioe of Secretary of State
He was a'vsolutely without exper
ience iu diplomacy, but
been the mo,-t accomplished d il)
mat iu all the world he had no
right to a place iu a Ueuiccjatic
Tms wa Mr. Cleveland's tit
great mistake, and it lost u a great
measure the eotifiV.eiice of the r ink
and fil of the Deuiicrntic ji.utv
The people believe, arjd it i- use
less to attempt to OKite them he
lieve otherwise, that the tlecti n
1892 meant a Dr mucat in even
Federal office in the Union. Tue
regard the re'ention of Repub
licans in office as a wrong Vj lhe
people who voted io remove thetn
and the appointment of a Reiub-
liean to office as a palpable aud ii-1
rect insult They say that it is t he I ruleemed its promises, the Demo
emphatic dec! irati.in of the Presi- ' crane party will held the vantage
dent mat whil D -mocracy is light j grom-d and gain U.e victory.
there is tmt .-euse and honesty
enough in the masses of the Dem
ooraac party tj administer tne
Mr.Clovelind made a mistake
when he refused to assemble the
Oougress in extraordinary sessi on
immediately alter his in uiguration.
lie h.id tieeu electtou ou a reform
pli iiirm. Democratic orators had
proclaimed turoug mat the cougtry
i hat a day, an hour of virtuous lib
erty is woito a whole eternity o'
bondage.' Tne paity was ready to
ot'ike the stiackles irom the limbs
ot laO'.r, -and bi1 Americaus tand
erect, em t'jetpated by the genius
ol Aaji r e in Dr-lu iici acy . I'll- won
wa tiot a'jd lhe penpl i expecte 1 to
see the ttp -1 k- fl umler theeteitge
bammer nlaw.i Grover Cleveland
Bat there was a halt at the height
oftheviooiy There was hesita
tion wo-n the ory should have
been, Oii-ord. right onward to the
iiaitiou o' oar hopee! At leugth,
irjpelled oy liieioi able necessity,
'be. ex ra se-s.ioa was called aud
Mr. Cleveland made his iecoud
grar unmake. H.- asumed to be
the Natl. n. Congress instead of
Being a coordinate part of the Gov
ernmrnt, iqnaliu honor and dig
nity wun the President, was treat
ed as a'i adj ltic' of the presiden
tial i.ffi.;e, and was required to put
into elf -or i he maadatory order for
the repeal of the purchasing clause
of the Sherman law. Never was
tbee a greater bluuder than the
elminattOD of silver trom the circu
lating medium of the courrry.
But these were errors of judge
ment a to the effect of measures.
Tbey do not antagonize great prin
ciples. They are but the expedients
ot an hour, while the principles ol
the Democratic party are eternal.
W believe that, in its grand cun
nation the Cleveland administra
tion will b' a success. The errors
are but spo's on the stiu, which
cannot pieent the glorious efful
gence of Dmoeraevs merdian da.
Cleveland is a Democrat, with pa
tristism broad enough to embrace
the w hole coantry. Cleveland's was
rhe band tbat took the fl.g of the
Union, all stiff aud Irozen by tbe
north winds ttreati, and give it to
the mild z-phers of the south, that
its stars might shine with a purer
and brighter lus'er and its ample
fold fliar in -ereoe majevta over
a reunited ei le. Au Ad m ( n tut ra
t'on tha- leaven i. Qiod it tie bit
terness of the ji.t, while cheiish
mg its s nved memories and di-
ec! i's eoergie- o tbe ekration
ol ..ati m i1 honor, and to the ac-
t.Ulpll -' IIH-Ot
' I.' tie )'g
.,b f, bar irs
ui e a t he
m iy e,,.
ill nil i e
i isiog o'
SIGNS of THE TIMEs.
rtii- s-gns ,,f ihetims are n t
iu, Ilea iv.- ot the p.ipulir socce.-s of
the Democrati party ;n the near
tniute. The'e Is not the harmony
that is . cesx ii fll rhe -('C )mplish
inent ill lie 'i-tilliu-i to VhlOtl the
party is- c nil 'ii i ted and without
which it jaDuot maiuaiu i's pres
In the House 'he legl-lition of
the '!inuti'j is blocked by absent
eeism. I r is often that loere is no
quotum, andili- party, with au un
p ecideuted majority in tbe popu-
lr bran.-b of Congress, is abolure
u unble t. carrv though "the
mea-uiesto -h:ch it n pledged,
and ou which reuewed nrosneritv
The Senate coutiriues to "delib-1
i ii was fit!.
: lo ved by i es,i
re ac'ioii, the roe
n I r ,.r i, h(T'-
t :i gl : i ti - fur u re.
:i t bid in I he
wivihl tie -eeli
Z in pi oi . 1 i . - r 1 1
S i loim a - t h.
h.i lids 1 1
will lie :
ii N 1 1 e-N
a ":en i' e, eon m I ' t ee. ii-re
go a' !ni' i ; 'ill-ii-e--. a :. d
ini'ing the ,' . The
WiLsmi lull i.- :m; what '.ve had a
iijjh'- : s.). . hut it is inti liteh
better fh in the ?.icK'.iile law ,,Dd
:ts speeih p.-ts-ij is demanded
:i every C'Mi-ideratioti that can
ad.lress itsi ii !o the intelligence of
The Pemocrat c party, from the
Presntent down, shoul 1 bo adinotj-l.-hed
lr. the signs of the times. 11
is a jiour ;iiiot who seeing thr
breakers 1 . i not avoid them.
Pupil! r tlectiiins ad over the
cuntry a e going against the dem
ocra:ic party. '-He that stiflfDeth
Ins neck and hardneth his heart
: shall be Midd.-nly destroyed
that withou-' remedy .'
The la' e eiec ion in
Pen nsy 1 va- :
nia is in t ot.I ".iu eye-opener," bat
it is a trumpet to awake tbe
dead. Ir. -vas not expected that the'
1 triumph in the
nit it was expected
er ite,'- and it
tbat the old guatd would hold its ; is in motion with rive-pound sack of to
ground nailer the admirable gen-' hacco representing the ear, a windmill
ralsbip oi Pattisoo. Harrity and ; built of tohaeeo ii grinding away; a
Rlack. but. it. has been hea'en all i pyramid of sacks of tobacc.) has four ,h
along the Tne, and toe Republicau
majority is 17o00l!
It will not do to believe that the
reat battle of 1890 will go again t
the Democracy. Long before them
lines will be readj usted, aad it may
be that, having iu a large measure
CULLED ITEMS OF NEWS.
There aie now studeuts at the Univer-i
sit y from fifteen States. The medical j
class hits eighteen members, 'he law clnsn
The eight men charged with white
capping in Richmond
count v have all
L. C Porter, of Minneapolis, has plans
for settling Scandinavians near Wilmiilg
lon, Tiie Pearson revival meetings at David
son College, save ix, who were not al
ready church members professed religion
Dr. Win. McTlwaine, of Union county,
died suddt-nlv while in his seat in church.
He was the father ol Itev. W. E. Mc
Ilwaine and wa? Well known in this Sec
tion of the State.
Mt4. Maoini M. -re. wimwa iejuie.l in
the Ij.-s :.i:i ! Ii.li:e aiveient. Hl.i;' t.iiis
villc. ha- .lii-il. Slu- never recovered Irom
the !-hock of the ilea'. h ol her only d.Ugh
ter, who was instantly killed.
Tile Alliance store at Chapel Hill has
been sold for To per cent, of its paid-up
stock. Troubles anions the stockholders
maile the sale m-iv.-sai -y.
A London dispatch sa : Senator Ciuz
the Guatamalian iuiniti r, tins announced
that his Government has upen.le pay
ments on its external debts in eon-e
quence of the depreciation of the price ol
It is announced that the Lagrippe has
ot hold of Senator Vance. Tin-re is a
current report r..ut Richmond Pcaron.
of Asneville, will run as an in-le-peni lent
Candidate lor Congress in the Ninth
District, in the hope of catching both
the populist and Repu'.'L'an vote.
Some of tin? small counties are greatly
interes'el in tile Duplin suit in rcganl
to the mode of ilUhursing s hool taxe-.
They sny that il th Slate makes the
disbursement" they will hive clio
terms twice as long as at present. It
does not appear that the suit will amount
to anything unless the State Treasurer
becomes the plaintiff.
ll is-understood, in Washington that if
Senator Vance is not back by the iirst
week of March, the: date assigned for c.is
return the finance committee will prob
ably act on the confirmation of Collect
or Simmons, reporting in ni-1 favor.
The Light house Board cives notice
il. . 1 l A.. .1. . .
. til , i ,
. g.u ou v.. i
-'.'o11 '.ar . "'e "lu1, !c "r::U,v !
.iic it iiiiani s ruiiir, ruiiiiu-o liiver .
C. will be changed to tixetl red.
Early Wednesday morning, on the
streets at Raleigh an eight yeur old j
daughter of Mr. Luther X. White, who
was riding in a wagon, fell out, was run
over anil so badly injured that in an hour
she died" She was a ganddaug'uter ot
Mr. J. C. S Lumsden, a well known
Raleigh merchant. The accident occur
red at a corner of tiie Capitol square.
Private information from Washington
say .action will soon betaken on the con
fir in at i n of C illector Simmons after
March 1st, and that there will be no
longer delay, even il the absence of Si-na-tor
Vance is prolonged.
D. W. Williams and Wm. Truly, two
inoffensive farmersjwerc terribly wiiipptd
In- 'White Cans about ten miles from
i Chai lestou, W. Va., iglit before la-t
1 The men swore out warrants f..r their
;iss o hints. Tii? victims had given iii i
j formation to the Government about coiff
j tcrleiting done in their neighborhood,
j Leading Democrats assert confidently
j that if the Wilson lu,i. with the income
I tax Icatiire, pa-so tiie Senate and some
silver leg i-iat ).,n is in;!:" i
i i a- Iy carric. I . It is I u
plain i rut h to s lv t hat at
1 h is
-o ue c
cu e-, d.
!he Slate is a
c, Lent -ilvcr I
Again ih,- ('
Brazilian w ai is
the insu Unit- a
that some Ii -w
hen bv i : i .
From t he ii
i "el l, , e
: i i g i -1 In
have to i:
his a nns.
de Melto a'
. A ii :r il Da
delg.i :l 1 11 ill ! -1 : 1
I'i.e w ll- I e i' -i Hits
' stiii tin ku-iw u .
-ll cn-il! at Rio
,r"v fev- r
I ' eii i i hel e
' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v .
,1- v j,
ali. I . iec 1 1'.-- : ha : o ; -,-., : ! - ! 1 1 1 1 . i , n 1 1 v .
own. rs and ipt.io'.s .1 m. i, i ni Is
in the il. ..I.i. trade oiijht to ill
warned ol ti e dang, r of visiting th it
At lhe banquet given in New
City bv son' Ie r:;el- living there in ci-ie-hration
of Washington'- birthday. Sec re
'ary (' it'll-''', .me ..f 'tie -peakets for the
ocea-ion, was ;d -.-nt. ami. in Ins s'cad.
Hon Abran. S Hawnt. v a- cibed upon.
The tast was Our National Credit." In
stead of confining himself to national
affiii-. Mr. Hewitt dived into s, etional
q in ; i. .lis I -etl cling upon the South
ei n -; it . -: i a! i.su 1 1 1
Faith is a light that never goes
IMll VIPIAI. KXHllil IS.
Mention id' Some Displays Mail: h
A ml! m her
firm ,.f V. II
f l.uines li"iise ' ' i . t K ,1
lllellt .i;il"HU' tin'.' i tin-
it ni t lie n 1 !!
,t u s. i u kci-, of
Il i iHiiSli ,if
( ii i tain. liikI
M U 111 I i t' I ' i la
I The A.C.ihn Pm
I imike il hand? nio
! strunietiK in tlivii
j Their I r.iu oml i
in .mil Orsjan Cenpn!!
ili-pl iv of vvrra! ii
line.. -f .!'ff r.iit nv.k- -
HI iL' i- till- ttlollJ ill' 1 ih :u
M 1 1 ; il piiiio, :i dlipli.'nte . i
nHat'le I ;l p lilll i ll: i I :it t ii
Imliv LM'aii'l M 1 1 ; ii niiiio, a 1 u ii j i.a t l' nt
! vli i c ! i vv:i-
TIil Stu-H" l'i.ino t'ompaiiy i well i. 1'
neiHe'I ami M: Herring in eliare "f il
fi!thiii.i-tii-.i!ly ii .linti out iti merit umi-
j 1 1 - 1 1 t i i - .
The No iv Home -c.vin:' :;;v Ii'.i,--makes
a prutty 1 1 spiny of their niu'-hincs
aud fancy work made on them.
Messrs. Gerock Ki'monii- it L-in ln-kv
made (uite an Cxh i ! -i t in the piettln--tfikiiiir
liiH', i Let roe-,-,-! pli.t !ie new sty!:- of
enlarged )onr.iit- I icing the iiioit pr,i.n.
The D:uvon Nuneriw. in.-.ir I.a t. r, ,ne
show fruit trees.
W. Trow & Company of Indian i, show
their make ol flour.
The Durham To'.-u-e
attracts much attention.
I V ( XllH-lt
visions, rotating in opposite direction, imd
a three mast schooner (also built of to
bacco') shown uniler full sail "toswino- on
the billows of the mighty deep.'1
The mechanical representation and ar
rangement in each is excellent.
The Rocky Mount moking tobacco
company show some of their goods.
Mr. C. C. Jordan's exhibit uf fancy
j horse shoes is a rery pretty one.
I The New Berne Barrel Company have
I an exhibit w hich speaks tor itself.
The Cillery Veneer Co
ton have a variety of fruit boxes and
baskets pretty and strong which they
make lor shipping purpposes.
The E. II. it J. A. Meadows Fertilizer
Company of New Berne make a good
display in vsrv larire trlasj jan.
The progressive firm ol J. J. Disoswiy
& Co , show a tine line of saws, belt and
mill tools and supplies in general. j
L. Ii. Cutli r & Co., have a varied dis
play of agriculture implement.
The Higganuin Harrow Company, ofi
Iiggauimi. Conn, have several of the :
improved revalring blad" harrows mi the
grcunds and have their representative
Mis'F. Il ick'-urn A Wil'.'t -how a
li ne oi agi ii Hit ui al implement:.. I'mi.ii-,
nent among ihein is a sp'ay on whee's to
be u-eil with team for distiibuting lifpud :
jioison on growing plants infested by in
T. B. Astilord, ol Kinston, shows his
recently patented vintihited refregel'itor
These are the leading mercantile exhibits '
Their enumeration will giv some idea'
of the esteem in which the Fair is held hv '
business men tor bringing thece articles to ;
the notice of the publu
Newspaper yien gain at it
Two uf Kalcigh's newspaper men h ive
again clinched in the strugg'e for the
mastership ol' physical supremacy. Mr.
Greek (). Andrews oj the News and Ob-FerTi-j-and
Mr. F. L. Merritt of the Caro
linian, were the conibatlants t lis time.
Andrews attacked merritt on Fayette
vi I If street and u-.'d a cowhide. Tm
causeoftln' i , iffl-'ii: ! y was ;i statement
published bv Mi ri't regarding a nr.n-r
trouble,!., w n ich Am ir w. took i x. ep:i-m.
A number of blows were p .SM-.i hey
were separated i .afore either wa hurt.
Andrews was the agressor and before the
magistrates trial was fine ! f 10 and cost
while Mcrrit: vas fined 1 an 1 cot.
Such occnirences are Io oc regretti-J
ami ,t is ton bad tha. newspapei men.
mat r..tuston wlio aro so much res
ponsible fu public opinion, should fail
below their ni;v and engage in street
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Mr. Mitt Manly : are pleicd to -ny
has been confirmed as postmaster at New
D-litor Merritt, of the North Carolinian
refers to his fight w ith E liter A idr ovs .
He denies t'nt Andrews struck him with
a cowhide, but says he laid him on the
pavement ami disarmed hi n.
Tin- Charlotte Observer contains a
speeial from Monro.-, giving an account
of Sitter, the patent medicine veinLir. be
pig egged in that city. He is to bring
suit for heavy damages, the amount named
being about ITo Odil. He has engaged
as his lawyers Messrs. IX B flen lei-son
and II. X. Pharr. of Charlotte.
r. C. L Stevens, 'he clever e litor of.
the South Port L.a.ier, w is one of Fri
dav's arrivals at the Fair This makes
a total of fifteen
that have honored
heir attend mi e.
the present Fair with
and they speik xerv
Ex'uiiiition an I our
li is -ai l I ii it w hen the
ii ;i r i ai 11' e on
,r th- ,,
'iidoon ase. usion i:i;iii- down
r house three colored women
in the field at work wcr-- so
that thi-y dropped their ho s
to the swamp near bv. where
tlc y remained until their
.ti i I and so-iic one came
what i i i I hi l -i ne of them.
Game Without Hunting For It.
A New R'ver e .n --ii.n l. ait writes n,
-. - i . I i 1 1 w ;
Mr. -1. W Fieema i v, bile working ,
pn c ol o loti.i. I the oilier
killed a deer with his grub u,,i
dog- had been alter the deer and it was
about run down when it cam-" in contact
rk ' with the grubbing hoe. A few day be
u" lore this, NI r. Freeman was going along
the rni i v." hen espied a lox with a large
wild turkey which it hid jiist caught.
The fox being frightem-d at Mr. Freemaa
gave uu hi- pii-v and took to tin- woods.
S i you see we have plenty of game down
this way in the shape if deer, wild fin
keys, and f Xfs.
Mr. lii'-liard L cn-.. of X v Y-M'l:, -,vh-.
has a nice winter 'e-ort i.ud hunting
grounds "ii the e-st si n- of Ne ,v river ar
rived si-vend days ago with i company of
-! .t. ,
. -: u
i ,v. 5
i 'I! !'-!
heats iind ti.ir-1
w a- third iu ; hi
i 1 h-.-.t. '
IK wif. Wyau- .1.
foi--a!l tr.-t;ii,Lf i
in tin l-.j la- i' -.
m ca-- 1
by II a. i
heat. im ma:
( '. ,
c V e r V
for a 1 1 in - - of loo,
', J. P. Kerr, Aia
:. N. ('., was 'ii'-t in
iek-, bay geldinir.
In tin- n.::'.i.in
Bias, chcttiut g..
mar.ee Farm, t ! r
every hi at, Fidd!
V. ii. Jovnr-!'. M,
in evi-rv heat and
hi rg, .. t .,
rt . biiv 111
V. C. Ft-alcy tliir 1.
Ilia-' lime wa- i : 1 0 end
Kol liTII I A (
In lhe t fnf ing - i n ,- ;
heats, be-t :! 'iu r, .e a
Lynch, bay m-l- Ii i. j. . . i
S: Kellv. Ni.rf.ck. V ...
1:1-1 -2 a.
:i" (la-s, in :li-
.: m nev.
I r., Dur-
i Mamie "Well-,
Willett, second. M i
nut sorrel, bv G. M
ham, N. ('., third.
Lynch' l imc w.i4 A
2:49. lie was first in the
heals. Mamie Vel'j wa- fl:-:t i
n the 2d
hef t, second in the 1st and 4th anil 3d in
'.he thud heat. Maggie Wat kin was
second in the 2 1 and :i 1 hen's, third in
the 4th and fouith in the 1st.
This ends the givatist day of racing
i n the history of Si ate. A thousand dol
lars in pursLS in one day is a large
amount and this..1 in comecti ni with lhe
liberal on: s givi n ca-ry lav of .he Fair
br- Ml gut -it: li ! a ; : :;. r- i " t he
'.-"or -Uc!i a- - i, . f . a -.
There were f.rty i nc: s f- -a several
Ami great crowds have w-iciied t:ie
races witii contii.ou an 1 int. ii; interest
- stronger than ever beloie. and no w in
ner failed to seen re Ion I -necr at his
The races have been a pn.r.iii'.-nt and j
interesting lecture and we lo..!; for the
i merest in t hem to continue to M reii gt hen.
r rnsT n.u e.
In the first r:u e ye-lerdiy a trotting
oi). , 2:o0 c.a-s. tin first nvmey was won
by Charlie G. roan gel ling owned by
J. A. Bums, Favettcv.l
heat decided lhe cm!,
one he c in." o 1 1 ; u -1 . 1
I it 1'el - lie - . i: !"-'. . I i
heat Wi- '-'i-aif 2:i. 2 "
Lo-ikotiT . s. irrel geld
P. K -rr. Ala ii.iiic F :r--in
the tir-t heat and
and con-eipl- 'a! y won s
Nettie I)., OW.ie.i bv
Riehmond. Va . won th
was scon. 1 in t he ti r-; 1
N. C. Four
In the Iirst
m ill- ad the
- 1 I a - in each
ig. owned by J.
X ( '., w is first
n I in all other they con tine th
-n'-d money. There are m
Si a 13. Nelson. 1 of meat nu
ll money. She - going into fin i
at an 1 third in
sitroxn n.v e.
lUimiing. pu - .100. Fiddle Stick,
ow ned bv V. H. Jovner. uysburg. N.
C, won fitst nioncv; Marksman, chest
nut stallion, owned by Ilackburn A"
Willett, N. C. secon.l.
The imc.- wa- be-t - in i! and onlv two
heats were run. Fid lie Stick'- tini" was
1:18 and Mo.
Lynch, bay gelding, owned bv Ilaiinai)
A: Kelly. Norfolk, Va , worn the last trot
ting race i lor V.-.'ST cla-ss'i. It took rive
heats to -eitle it. Lynch's time was AC.
2:45. 2:42. 2:40 and 2:45.
M.nuie WclU, bay mare.
Hackburn - Willett w as .-.
B.. black g.-l ling. J. A Burn
vil e, N. C-, third and Maggi
chestnut -oircll, G. M. I-ar.Ie
ham lour' 1 1 .
nd, G. A.
... Jr.. Dur-
Lynch was fir-:
fifth heat- and s c,
Wells. ;i -.r in to
heats second in th
-t. third and '
d in ilie ..thers;Mamie i
- el l a.i I to a r; h !
thii d am I fifth Ull.l
t'ourtb in the first; G. A. B. vu second in '
firs; beat, third m second third and rid
and fou ri h in the lour! ,;.
Til,? racing v. goo-l .:; I w is w:C. he
with great i :' !..- i vers I a ."ge crow
''.'he grind si , ' a -i - p.-.. kt- I .. id till..:.1
were a :' ni l I ; ie.- ,'. j;. e.
l'! I !A "S
A ' KS.
O.imiiiion Wins Consolation Rac -, Bias
Wins itunniag Race
Tiie con-ola. io a ifotting rice yester
day, Ixst : in 5. iniie lleai- ior a p'.nsa o
Ss 10) 'HI- -v.. l by () enini-- i. o ,y gelding,
Hackburn & Wd , it X" w I! -in.. N ('.
Time e. 10. 2 11. , - I I
II. .rd a. I ,
ni--.. -. . 1
S-i n. d x -
In eve v
1 1 . u
t h;r-1 .
-El 'Ml K
1" - i : l "i .
h. a"-. 11; -.
far. n. i fel l n
Ileal . :ind Fid
II Joy eel" i
Tie- ti-,e w -
-;ng. ' in. 1 1 ' c
as fir-i in e - ry
bay gel ling, W.
N. C. second.
L 1'V. AT ( HAS
sIliE M ARivF.T
h v 1 1 .-:
s i i : i
MOKi: sp i II II M IN 110.
OfSoiiie Eliiliit- Shown in tin- Varioii
a :'t ich.
it a- :.i t
To i .
- U illd.o
! on !h
i 1 1 i I a I !
.M and -24 3U .ind
:her- v ere l.t'..u.jh:
were not pui u,i.
photo.; r.iph . - c.. -
U-p in 1 ll-' p-,( C .-
I ! i
,, -p i.
I e ih.
CI ' L I y
li' I il'lUlllo'
tri- kin j; -
d another i-
: " i ' ; 1 1 1 w n ; ii
Mi'i-il- 'Oil-ill I' .
(a :i-t a- i' -iin 1 on Snii
g rove of bal-am lir i a
tic- mountains. The
i - 1 -1 i , -1 a n i -4
inadian I r. a i of
get from South to
North we u'ei t '.Din
ifet them in th,- ,,m.
E:t;t to West illl'l
About 1(1 -ampl
: an- howr.,- granites and maii-h
mere in great variety ami in more M.ni-
than the average man kii.iws.ol at ah.
The disoiay of gni l i.iigget-. flee gokl
' ores. ,-ry-:al-, bery's i . and of econo-
; mic minerals -hdu'id not be mixed.
Taxi.lei mi zed -i ciun i;- of aquatic ami
val liable tlr beat ing annuals are sh .wn
and about Hu v. iridic- of a'piatie bird-.
Nearly a hundred -amph-s i f v... wi
! found in the State ;nc -huwn and there is
! not a duplicate in the lot.
The Poultry Department is one that no
visitor should fail to examine well. It is'
a good lesson to see the many improved
I breeds and study the points of merit in j
! each. The Green Place Poultry Yards.!
W. II. Bray proprietory ; Union Point ;
Poultry Yards. Ellis it Mitchell proprie-I
tors: J. M. Reel ot Grant-bor .- Alamance
Farm. J. P. Kerr proprietor: Taos A.
Mcl :t re o Gh noe Stoi k Farm, ()n-',,
eou.-'t . ai d ". F.. liege n! Salem eech .
-h iw from 0 to 12j varieties I nun ;
the d.-minunive bantam, a little larger,
than a man's .fist, up to the massive
Asiatics larger than common, turkevs in;
a! I their v irieties.
Poultry lor pets, f"i' eggs, for table use j
or f. ir general purpose can U.- .-en i om-par--d
an. I studied to ad va u t ag -. Some
exhibitors sh-ov hv,-i s hui-hed birds!
In addition to his ex1 raordinary fine I
display of poultry in nu.ni-t-.ins varieties.
Mr. liege makes an eh;l.ii , ! IJema j
lavan, Angora, lop-eared a. el German j
hares, al-o white, blue, black did spotted j
English hares: an 1 trice, rits and guinea I
pigs iu varieties, the collection in each
species that i- embraced. I Kith fowls and I
cpiidrupcd- i- as line as - er w as shown
ii : he Fair a i I -nt nu, m ire r 1 1 ki ids
Ic -it tracts great attention.
yicv-rs Wood Bros. 'imv vcia line
T1 i, 1 -. ., . K . i I II ..... 1
latin ji'iiiiu? tie: oei - a'i i
ir l -reeling cfi'orts.
'- -aliei' poultry exinbit
i -,i .ce pr. -v.. it - ih
. ; details evi-rv kind of
poultry is shown in great viriety and of
t lie finest kind. To a p -ult y fancier
this department alone is worth the admis
sion to the F.ii r.
in tne iuno I'.-icu i.nent ai.-iW o in-ius
of South Sea Is'auler-carvel out of co
connuts with the misk on. They look
natural bu ii l.-oii- We are informed
by a fi'ien I of Gen. W.G.Luw i-. ol Gofls
boro, that he has a decern lent ol the orig
inals of these.
raised any win-re an 1 of many 'good kinds,
the oat-, black, white 'and golden rust
proof other grain, the "big pump
kins'' ('without which no Fair is complete)
the strawberry plants in Imm.ii, the
pretty celery, y-ui ig r.i lisiiesi and "tin r
tilings, which speak so eloquentlv of lie
provident nie'liods that are coming -o
thonuiglily in vogue aioiind n-. a;i I
the capabilities of this region.
Examine into t'a--- 'h s Y u ,,,
find it to vour in i 1 1 t m
In the Ag-ric;
! i! im Iepart meut.
. .; ,n I W. II. r..;i.v. ;
W. F. Cio -.
New Berne, Jos
Kuisev of tlii- county,
f Falling creek, J. II
an 1 J. S. Cut
st.e.-k in v :i '
A. Mclntyre of ( inflow,
if Durham, all show line
.us lines; some of them show
i u ir titic.-.
In th .-,
Bray. 'A i
, - i
i 1) - 'h i ,i
Croc net: i
Cut's ex lii
partnient W. II.
a:; i John Hum
C .'. J. S. Cut
g, -: chi bi ; o-s
a in . n. M i .
h. u.l him. Mr.
the Agrieiiltur il
facloi v hibit
Dep li t '
f : iow I
I . : 1 1 flit W l !
i a IV II,:..
p. a h
I I i V
t ei.'. .i..i- i i. ! li- ,-e:)' r il I . ,- ... u
See tile hauls, shoulder-, si h- meat b,liel
pork, and sausages, so choice an well
prepared; io .k at the large well headed
ea'ibag,-, which have made their growth
am! head..- I since last summer, look a!-,
nt the lur, lips in varieties,- view the
kin Ii, I crops, l.eets, parsnips, car
rots, Jl ., -, plentiful and so line,- and the
ii, -Id corn in -i dozen or more varieties,
every arieu ot field ji.-as. several varie
ti'S l ' Menus, and the lettuce, spin:,, h,
kale, collar, is in varieties and all tine,
sweet and Irish potatoes as fine as are
FKI.L IN TKEXT Rl VF':.
H 1 h1 , ;-t Amciimoii (.ive-a ( 0!,i Dnili
to the l.adv Aeronaut h it no Other
.Mi- II i .. 1).-V, ,n ni , ;. the hi-t :
- i- 'ii t!ii l'.,ir I' ;1 iv . Thr
i-iy i.t ' 1- in 1 hut i' !'. u ,ire.
! .U;,,- ,. - 1!,;,) 1- n .,.
' in i :i i;i t in , i ' i , i : i
hi n t i l i : .
'' ' p would be nttcii-Ii d wlih more . I i rti
1 1 1 '. I y t li i n :i t a ny piv ion- occ-i-'a n, tfie
p-o-.i-liiite coniuinint; the dog wh- leit "if 2, boo.
a: i .piipp. .1 with two life proseive-: I h.- , 1 1 1, i n. t on -p.. ia! brought in
in ::', i ped omig i:., igator of I he - k ie- '"" i adtia WiinoieOoii Light Infantty
-I. t Ion In-r ami d vovage. She -, a-.. I Naa! I h - i . - .nine, I ..n the 51(1
e - '.- 1 lijiidlv llpwai.l t i ml i-a 1 1 . 1- ill . I 'ron ml a lew . e I i::.n - lie-ides.
io tie1 air -he drilled -lo-.vlv o . 1 lin- 1 1 1 a-Id ; t . .a ; . , i , 1 1,,- -t.-icie r Nciise
,-y -'i ..ght lor tiie river. She went on brought oi a gr. at n. in i number--,
ill- : n .til the ri v.-r , a- ich hed. 'ii- ''';'" in by w-c,, . -rn and bv
; . . I- 1 ' 1 : - - i.e.- :.,(!!..,.- i - : ; I -! . i 1 e- - . ; , ' 1 ! . a ' . i o II I 1 1 W 1 1
w.i! I- lli i:i lin.i-i aon-, , and -ehei mti n - l;ii:n' l n;;: ,iell -i liialby the
n'-'-i.-r, ill tin- n.'.vlol :.!--. I imc I In- -ha - Ic- of night w ere falling the
At la-: he ; i -I--1 tie- pirachu'e I r. .111 1 1 ' -1 i 1 s 1 : 1 1 . w.-i- that T.O '0 people hail en
the balloon all I gra el'ui.v ! .w ir-v 1 ri I '''lellh. .round-.
-he came nnd landed directly in tin- th. A - many pie can- up frn-n More
mid lie of Trent river uboii! a h-i.lre.i ' eel lii. 111 -! in 1 ngi o 1 Thursihiy 11
a r. 1- from Jacks I -him 1 in water ! 1 . 11 . i ' : " :-n i-- .- da . 1 lie crowd from t be
her depth. d.n-i H a 1...1.1. 1. no w 1. le--. (li'course
1 1 1 o - ii id 1 -eeii placed in waiting but a , 'an.v w on- ' a-'- -1 , i .et'oie and on
hiinl-r b-ing 1 lo- r to Mi-s DeVejii 1 ban , precnm - . i , - 1 nam .! ... r and rc-en-
! bo b ,:,'- clt for the plilpo-e of le-CIlillg j tcre. I, and I lie 1 a 1 I -:i well- thn.ng-
h' f r her til-' and gave the needed 1 ''"lire d .v.
-, i-'-ic .-. It W a- a debatable iple- ion as to which
Tim ' . .'loon iia 1 tn t in- !.' ,!! i me I 1 1 It-ii j "I th'1 l' d iy . had the largest number
back ol Moodv- niiii. aboio :. ,u ;.ied on the ground- oaie ihought oneway,
vards : r. en t In- -hoi'. It a i- g .- t.-n ,K , ' tin- nlhcr I he count of I ickets will
coup;,- .,! tailored men. - o f. At any laic, bolh were great days
A vi v huge crow d. oon-i.lcie.l 1., 1 ' an i -at i f .. t u to Ih- Fair :! pie;. sing
over a t hoi is l ni 1. 1 11 shed to t he li Vel '- edge '
whih- -he wa- ill the water, and remained
wit;, in. re:, -ing number.. ,,.,,,1-!,,. land-j ' STATK I'OCLI'RV ASSOCIATION
,M:-s I),' Van was chilled for aw hi ic. First Annual .Meeting Organization
our in octng property carcu mr, was
quickly herself again, none the wor-e for
her wi nt cry bath.
A Balloon Oat or Sight
Two a-cen-ions and parachute leaps
were ma le at the Fair grounds Thursday
by Miss De Veatl. one in the -iltern ion
and the other at night.
The one in the day time literally went
out of -iglit." This was not because the
balloon went higher than on the previ
ous oeoa-ions. but because of the cloud
iness of the day. Tips hid the balloon )Ublic was transacted beyond the bripg
Irom Ni. w a- it entered the upper regions I in r .fri. tlie Association bv Mr. B. A.
and on lhe descent the pi rncliut e nnd
lady dropped Irom invisible space into
the range of vision some little time he-
lore the released ball .on came down h-w
enough to be seen.
meiKiy, tne nog ana the ualloon, all ;
came down near together, an the edge of
the now di ained place formerly known n
"Richar.lson's pond. "Miss De Venn struck
in the top ,.f a small tree, but escaped
The night ascension was the first ever!
maile iu New Berne, and stronger interest
centered in it Limn in any other ascension
ever made here. The fire works went off
beautifully a- it. decended. As they
were gi vi ng out , a bad of fire dropped
with moderate rcpidity down to the earth
iin:- gives tne aeronaut some slight uu onicers as executive eoinmittee.
deistanibn of what there is below to re- A commit .ee on S'.ate constitution and
ceive her as she falls.) and then a red I lv -';'s was app: iiiled .-ousting of T
I A. Green, R A. Ricr.ardson anil J. L
light w as seen filiating about in spaiv lor i Halm.
:: lew moments and then all was dai knes.s. j After a cojv of lhe international coo
No sign of the balloon could . ! tit nt'n m. and bv la ws has heen obtained
traced 1)V the eager gazrs skvward for a - ' , ' """"" " ' ".' ' ""' l,,c.l,ul u,c
I const it ution lor the stale organization in
minute or two. hut every one believed it .-ouneel inn 'Herewith, and will be acted
was near! . directly oveihcad, bccail-e i: upon at the lit-t unni I meeting,
was so when the last ol it was seen. I Ibirmg lhe evening Presidi-at Green of
The witching was reward. -d at I i: I1'"' l'",trv -""''i'" '"ade some per-
i linent rem i:k-on the development ot the
the para, hute was indistinctly ob-ei ved m.lusi.-y ,K(, ,ml;. l-oUgi,t about in
bv a faintly luminous glow- ihcending the Stale, and he told western ineuiber.-i
The red tire, with which it. was expected I 'f they would keep up their end of the
to havcb en bordered had ia.le 1 to work, j l""-1'''''' 'ork lie thought we would
, . ,, j ke-ut up ours, . fudging Irom the exhibits
properly, owing to some untavorable con j w,.t(,r .mlM.ls eade at the Fair we
dition in the upper atmosphere. ; think they are keeping up their end of it
The decent was made just back of the -plendidlv.
grand-stand; no iujurv resulted. 'r' J,"x- wh" .is judge ol the pjultry
' .:. ,x ' at III I- air, w is in ived to siv that lie be-
In the ascensions Miss De e.ui can acs ...j ,ltlo .p;l,iz(.,, wi,:lt we llad
w ith her life preservers. Thev w. uld j already done he had been iu lhe poul
have be. ;i used bi case sin- had I dle i in 1 try luisine-s ixlera years an-1 had been
r:Ve, to tints over the countrv and had
Prof. 1 IlltehiliMii Hid Mi-s DeVeail
have given the Fair and the public good
vice-. Every a-censio:i has been I
Th-Fou .-tii Division Meet th. Military , ,,ri(Ve a in;.,.tUivc ,.V1.;.V ,,ri.0(cr to
(.'OiiipauiPS From WilminsrtOll. ! press on and coulideutlv bring the merils
Whnn the afternoon train from '"'" I'l'ry l..-:..rc the iVorld as it has
ne via t ii'i-ii done b, tore,
mingtoii arrived wi'h the W. L. I. and j
Naval li serves the Fourth Division of! ST0LK RVISINGVNI) FA R.M I W.
1 1 . i '-it; wlios.-guests they are met them
at iin. ne pot. A .Model Leuoir County Farm and One
Tic- lire department with bo'u engines
1 , ... . , That Has Proved Profitable.
me! th. in as an additional e-eori and
honor, -teamed up. The Kin-t..n Fn-e Press says that Mr.
The New Berne Re-erve- acted:,- ,s- xv- L. Kennedy of Lenoir county carried
, ,rr to the Wilmington Reserves and the . lhe honors at the In .rsebreeders tale
b ntaiioa L'u ut. F. W'in-low commanding ;a R b"igh bet week. Horsebreeders
to the Light Infantry. I'lu y were (1,,, . were there Ir-.tu Kentucky as well as
e- orted through the" pnncip il streets to various places in North Carolina, but he
the c urt house their headquarter- -ecun-d I he bi-i prices.
wl.ib- here, ample ai r angements lb- s.,l. ., tilly Hi months old for $300,
ha.ingb.eu provid-d in ii for 'Icir ac- ""' 1(1 "'onth- old for :00, one 22
comm. a I it ion.
Along the parade bonfires an 1 tar bar
reb wa-:.- bu rne d i 1 i u mini! ing the line of
march a i 1 the Star band accompanied'
the n u 'tli cibveniii" mu-a- :
The bight I'll'a.itrv are under coin-
m old ol tap!. . N. Harris, ain.l the
11 -ei ve- of Lieut. Barn. u I and Morton.
The Normal and Industrial Institute.
Presi. L-nt C. 1). Melver. ..f the :ate
.. , ii, -it-
Norma! an I indu-trci! I:.-t.tu. g iv,- u-
a p!ei-ant call c-'er, lay. Mr. Mclver's
wife and Miss 1). I, Brvan teachers ol
geology and bottany in the school are
visiting the Fair. Miss Urvaii i specials
studying the fish, oy-tei.-. A' -.
There are now :s , s'.ud -i i : - ,- : I la-
stitute iiil-l l'reddel.t Mel: .-. iid'e ii- u
that the nu:nb-.-r , ,u'-l - in , 1.
live or -i h un I : - i d' 'I - - . j-
iilgS enollgo t" .1 - i.um , I . e i 'leal - ' i -. -
building h i- 1 . : - : , , w I; h . 1 'e
numb.-r th. s. . , , . ;, ,., A I lit ion.,1
buildings -h-mld '- p ". no "-'a'.-
with, ml delay - : , ;ii-- -ei.ol cm '.
run on an enlat -j. I t ;. - r.
One of the (impliiii.'iit s.
Gol-l-boi'-. - :t a I.:-,- delegation Io
the New Bet. i I'm ye-ierday liioining.
Tho-e w h i liave se n the exhibits pro
noiince them "varied, atlrai tivc and of
the highest order."
We are glad to know that the Fail
, success. Goklsboro Head Light.
ALL Ii:cKIS KKOKEN.
Larsl Attendance in the History of
' he - lay ne n ninir- t rain li.nnMore
'h ad In- nie'lit in- n-' Mo i;i,,r- i,, the
Fair." at 1 I "'.in k th.- t .. . from
i ;, .'.'.-, ,i . . -ina.-il iti, leral.lv over
i t i i l 1 :i ll . I (lie- ln.-i eel reel estimate
("it - ii :it 1,2'Hii ri,.-, Iv lollowiiiy this a
-iei i : 1 1 from iitl:ni 1 Neck lirourlit in
iioit more .iii.I the ntU-nioon train drought
in - !iotiL,di more tn make the number that
in.- ,m r the A. A- . C. Ii. H. close to
of the Stat.-Scnre-Cnrd Associfttion
'I h. tirst aiinii i! meeting of the North
Carolin i Slate P.iiil rv Association was
held in the ediloi- room of lhe main
bin'. ling Friday.
I' will In- remembered that the Associ
a:".., w ,s oigaio.-d lns( September with
T. A ;reen, Pn-'nlcni. Wm. Dunn Vice
President. K. A. ICi-hardson, Secv., and
Treasurer and J. P. Kerr, of Graham, 1st
Not much business of interest to the
Fox, of Richmond, Va., of the need for
bringing into general use method of
scoring poii Ii i v. did'-rent from the old
! c. ..,, l,;.l to lhe or-anization of
I im. .-mic ii i aiiiai i'i i ii i ii -cai i Ywociii"
, 1... ..!.. 1 1....; ..... I : -......I :.. .
ti,Mli liieh wall be an adjunct of the
National Decimal Card Association.
Evirv member of the Pou! ry Associa
tion who was present became a member
of the new Scoriiv' Card Association.
Tin- t v o oig.uii it ions arc, however, en
tirelv distinct bodie
The officers elected are President, J. P.
Kerr, ol Graham .- Vice President, AY. H.
Bray. New Berene,- Secretary and
Trcisii li t .- F. E. liege. Salem
L. S. Wood and Win. Dawson were
elected tn act in conneition with the
ncM-i s.-cn a show ol poultry, north or
u wi-t. thai would come
qua'itv Io ours.
He said this in s iher earnestness, not for
encouragement nor lor a pleasant bluff
and though pouliry goi- from here every
spring to all parts of the I'nitud States
-II: I, ,,,.1,1- ll.,,,, -M.l, ., ,,l...l.l
.noiiths old lor :!-(). and a mare four
year- old lor .:555. The animals were
l.eautics or they would not h ive brought
such .,-ood lirices.
This beats 7 cent cotton and show
that a- tin.1 hois,-.- can be raised in Lenoir
tou,",-v a -'".vwhere if our people will
onlvtrv. We are jilcsediil Mr. Ken
li givi s the Jm ft nai. much pleasure to
note -ucli -ne e-- iu stock i.ii-ing. bccauce
w ,th ma mild air I even d m.aie there is
"" "'e-i-on why X.,r:h Cooima should
not onlv ri.-e hei own k. hut reclly
I iccomc an uu . . it i .
Thi- i- i,..: a , . .: i ,m t ate. I , u i for the
eu'.tix ati.m "I - ' a ie and gras-e- 'here is
no beti ; I , illy t . ,:i : a E-i-t.-rn North
. Ken: dy i- i th iroiigh fanner in
..I. I -1 : e i i .. lii- i at ei , -t in stock raising.
1':,' ii his d- -t Jay - he has been
ie.. d I'.-i hi- large and bcautilul cotton
a'- I gr:.in l u in e iief'illy laid off and
ad' oi .'' ' I l.-d. No' only does Mr.
Keui.e Ii . uiiinu to improve his already
in ignii':. a' l;o in, but. he ha clearly
p: vi a to.,; i: pa-;,. I'ariu on the ini
p'.'" 1 i1' O'. His land- k, pi iu ,.,
hi -.h - : '!' i u : ' . a! inn, his mu les,
h'U - -Old o a -i ai, -plenoid aiiiai'.s to
looh at. 1! I., - ' a large nuuiber of
line biid e o- I r owing purposes,
Pom w l.:- a lie 1 -: i .f m o oi I I nit I ,-r is
e ! a 1 : ; , . i . ' - m u I a 1 1 ' I home
i . n -1 1 -1 1 , -:
A e W . 'f i h hi I ' - - ' . i I Llell i o, i t T
haw in I, 'pled 1 1. ,- plan- 1 h it Ml. Ken
11 d V ll a- p U I -lied , bll t We Wl.-li lo SCC
mole ,. iheni do likcwi-e and more
I . i o i 1 1 v only out that to which our soil
and climat' is best adapted an J which
has proven to be the most profitable.
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