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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, MAY 3 1894.
ZEB TA.NCE IS DEAD.
fiow Straaga the sound ! Undying is his
Imraoftal H hit memory; they came,
A predaet of bis oti, bis native soil.
Jieverened and loved by every son of
Zeb. Yanae 1 The very name h honor's
THE PRESIDENTS LETTER.
OUR PUBLIC BUILDING
'Jt loyalty Into all hearts-have growth
-Ho other titled name, in hor.or ken,
y Cbold e'er supplant this simple cogno
" fSfaaaiMvas synonym for hope and
- ifor cheer and laagbter, and for truth so
- ' strong,
. ' . T1e pet, the idol of rite OKI North
-" j State
' " A. Iwortful ma . whom none could aver
Asterfig, pen 'rous-henried triend,
i.. Sincere aad honest, faithful t. the end.
Bat now 'tis tnw thit o'er his restful
" ' bed" "
Jll native pines will w'tiipi r -ii,
President Clevelaud is not only
the head of tbe nation, bu: he is
also the head and leader of tbe
Democratic party. Everybody hav
ing assumed tbe right to apeak
for him his Democracy became i
questioned andit is well that he ha ;
come oat and spoken fov himself. 1
In bis ttet to Hon. Chaancey
T. Black, President of the National j
Association of Democratic Club-,
be voices his nnabatod interest in
tbe canse of true tariff reform and
his earnest hope that in the pre- i
sent emergecy in Congress personal LThe Charge ArkuowUdcd And Kocti
wishai aad individaal political in- flcailon Promised -t'onstriiDtlou to
vr in s-
MR. GHADY C II iRi
IRIMI.VATIO.N' IX FAY OR
XORTH AHAIXST TH V. SOI' Hi
IS APPR0PR1AI1OX A.M
CI LI EI) ITEMS OF NEVS.
T'n ere i- no iu:t'rial i Iimilt-' in tbe ci
'I'll,- l''Vc i uIim :l --ii'.'. It-i : .'.'
ru ;ir .1 .11 1 1 : .1 . I '. i , ( :. Ml :.. !i.v I.
I 'I he I . v e I" 1 1 m i M i : t ;i -i. : y .lJi, '. i! ;
t prcj:iriii to jtr..tivt tin- Ti-- t-ury iii
j iey' a! my
( ,,1. A. I. ,W !!. ..!'
i will dtlivi r 1 1 1 t'n-MeiK i-
i a'lul'eis ll KitlM..!).
' S. ) in i- ineii w .iiit t i t j I i c dtliee nlelv I'm
, the honor, but iri.t men iv;int them fur
! the iiiomn tlit.T.- is in tlicni.
The izir.n ci':il -trlku is jn . -ailing in
some quarter, and men are rvlurn iiLr to
h oi k in uthei
It i Mowly .-ttin thron..'h th- head
of suijie people that 1 1 le I i n I i n t t lie
oulv tliinu in need of u fni i.i.
II3I'ESARY THE t q FEDERATE REL'MOX.
THE PEAKE'S SISTI ':
W i ! in in !f t m
I- nm nuriai
Discusiiscd From an Ininejudicod
Stand point by Prom ineiit, Iulelli
areiit CLizoiK in thf Very
Hol-bfds r til' Excite
An fiuinonse Concourse of Old Veterans
Al the Southern ami .Mai.y of the
Northern Stales Represented
Old S ililie s Mee'iiiir After
.Many Yea r, The (rond
a' Picseir L'O.OOO.
i.l ten- '
i p pear
W '-lii tu tie
,;! 'iith Ciru
ti" rdile desp t
, (eatV Wfciyen 's gicat rotunda,
- ' v stat '
Will lie thia honest, man so
And o'er hiw nalnre's nbeseqati'S
Aad chant a reqnim for his nolde aosl
In many a IrULa 'schod-houe, by tbe
TVbea JessoDfl shall have ended for the
The pedagogue, with awe, will bo.v his
And tell the children tlwt -Zel) Vance is
Aixl bee, with voices hushed and awed
And till, wltW wonderinij, the news they
The very cov-bells catch the strain so
Aad eiowly !ole the news, "Zeb Vence is
. Ami when is life's gixxl angle shall have
-- Jlim safely to the paradise be soaghf,
. . Aad led him to tbe ihresbold of the
L- .'-. gate
" JSot lona Umj servant of his State will
k ' wait.
i "Nor Gowoor nor Senator will !e
.- Tne'siffnal or the rank ol his degree;
Bat load houaoas. Welcome, welcome
And loud the welkin ring, Zeb Vance is
" E4ward A: Oldbam in Cnnrlotte Ob.
CLAUDS II. BENT0R, H. B.
. lysician AXI). Surgeon.
Ofllce No. JL37-
; : IvXidaie Street,
la Bangert Bulldinir, Haw Baroe H. C.
Cu be aeea at any boar at nigbt la office.
DE. G. K BAGBY,
Oooe, ilhidU street, opposite Baptist
deeMwtf MEW6KBN. W. O.
DR. J. D. CLARK,
JKW IRBIIE, K. C.
Othee oa Craven stmt, between Pollock
Jff.BEtrrON.M I)., O.D.S.
Jraeilea Ilatted to
Opetettve and Me
and iBial eargery
1 Teeth extracted
i vtWurat peln y f
bm of jmro una
Srerrthtnt la me Une of DenUmu-y dour
tm tae eeat mtrlm. Satlateetlon gaaraoteed.
O-eee. earner of telle tret and Federe;
AUer. eppoalte autw '
tereat will be subordinated to the
afalfillment c party pledges, and
13 ide maint.ttnancf ol party priaci-
THE Jouenax. can do no belter
i urviM in at. now t.n irx rrtAdpr than
to farmish them with
hicb id as loilow:
Execotive Mi.nsion, Washington,
D. C. April 21. U-n. Chaanc
F. Dlack, Esq. Dear Sir: I have
carefully read the communication
yon lately placed in roy hinds, i-et-ting
forth tbe fotare pnrpojes and
present needs of the N a'iouhI
Association of Democra ic Clubs.
Tbe achievement of this organ
ization should be famiMar to all
who are interested in toe contin
natioa of .Dm eracia supremacy
aud should enlist the encourage
ment of those who appreciate tbe
importance of any ffes'ivo dis
semination of political doctrine.
yoar association has done much
by way of educating our people
touching the partioalar sabjeots
which are recognized as belonging
to (be Democratic faith; bat it seems
co me that its best service has
been ao enforcement and demons
tratiron of tbe troth that oor party
is best organized and most power
ful when it strive for principles in
stead of spoils, and that it qaickly
responds to tbe stimnlas supplied
by ao enlistment id tbe people's
Tfeis acknowledgment of the im
portant gervices rendered to the
advancement of true Democracy
suggests that tbe National Associa
tion of Democratic Clubs and every
other Demecratic agency tboa!d
labor unceasingly and e -roestly to
hdvo oor party, in rhis tiui of its
power and responsibility, iroai tbe
degradation and disgrace of a fail
are to redeem the pledges upon
which oar fellow countrymen in
trusted as with the control of their
All woo are charged, on behalf of
tbe Demooratia party, with tbe re
demption o these pledges should
now be impressively reminded that
as we woo oor way to victory under
the banner of Tariff Reform, so oar
insistence upon that principle is
the condition of our retention of
tbe people's trusts' and that health
to party organization demands the
subordination of Individnal advant
ages and wishes, and the putting
aside of petty and ignoble jealous
ies and bickerings, when party
principles and party integrity and
party existence are at stake.
I cbeerfoHy inclose a contribu
tion to tbe funds nocessary to carry
on the good woik of your organiza
tion, with a hearty wish (or its coo
tinned success and usefulness.
Yoors very truly.
be Posh d as Rapid y as PossI
The M lowing correspondence is on a
matter thai deeply concerns Jj'ew JJerne.
We have bad a buiiT, lon, delni in tret-
the letter jtig tie Pub'ie lUiildii. for tis city
J since the nppropi iatimi inn It-, By
repeated efforts i: oeeuis the matter of'
erection ii jo a fair way of early aecom
plishnienl. It i lHaii to ce Mr.
Gradv presenting tbeeiso as btronaly as
be has ilone. There is no nei'd of com-
inent on the coi lvpondeiice. It explain
itsety' as read : !
WASHfNi.TON.'.U. ('. April 1S'.i4. I
Hon. Jere nin'i O'lioKike &UJ)- An hi
Dear sir: A study of your report ol I
Septemlver, 30. 1803 reveals what appears j
I';v I (r. William Hr.,in, a n .ied
Presbyterian divino, died at c;. irwatiT.
Fla., Mid iv in Ins ih yi..,r.
Pi re at I m !i oil Tueda night bullied
So ils' l.v.ny stublei, and mno horie.
Senator Mills closed the jjoncnil dolmto
op the tariff on the Democratic Mile Tues
day. Tie- it at Hii luinirhaiii a,uiet
Tilt" ru w iniiiei - are wurkini; under pro
tection of iitlj er- The coal simply i-
I irC'tting liur.
I i il mi Dirt on i- k iek i iii' ar.iint increased
I insurance rate- reei-nlly imputed l. tie
j so L, 1 1 ; eastern ta ri Ii" a oeiat ion.
j Sneer ful fnvolii! iutis, iiiaK.; lal.rel
I ' real hs !"!' t be I , : : i Is of heroes un-iu ee-s- !
i fill revolution often make headle-s rebel-; I
I The Puiladelpliia I're-s refuses tob'-i
' lieve that Pullman, the p-il-ice ir ninii. ;
was Jjappier v lien be hadn't a dollar, a- j
I he $.-ivs In, Has,' t,-in he is no-., with $50.-
I. .Toi us m.: -
ur of i ew -p iper ;
from day to day,
lender- tl; it lb
linn are sutleriii,' un 1
l-m. I I, -it 1 Here is i' v:ii . ,p ,;-; ! i , ,11 to
the Inv. i- tllld. alej a! Uj; x'-veral lllm.
but I 11 : watehml the- eli-lelll (it eVelll-
with :i iro .id d d ul inl re t bum the tl:-t
and have endeavored to l,.,,k at I nth
sides, and 1 am atiiici uiai ttie law nas
been exeoi'dinidy be"etieent in its results.
; tiro it mi-', lined 1-v the lo-t moral
' -eiil iini.nt "i the Sia'u, ami am hopwiui
and in a dei:rec confident, that ;f a
eliaii.'e ;s ni. i le, it will be to straight out
Pi u Iii I !! ion
I I have bai n re i bni: the New York
i Voick for u y ear or more, and among the
j re-t it frequently ha a thing or two to
, -ay about South Carolina. Some time
a;o the oiof. -i nijletlei- to a lar-ri: niilii
j bel." of i epn.-aM air, i. eleii; viuep of tin,
f leading '1' iioiniuation.- in all parts of j
, tlie State, a.-kii:-4 an opinion up n tie s...
: ijle-l ii.n-
1 1. 1- tile d;-pen-.iry law -ii-:aiii(d li
the lf;t moial -ei,t :ir,e:it r 2 Is it ail
iiiipi'ovenient over the old --ten o'
license '! 3 Has itdecie i-ed drunkenness,
and its atten dan: r-. i!- '
'lie- la-l 1--II-' eotiiaii.e.l eigi,, three'
replies fifty rvin ol width were to the!
etl'eet th it Hi" disjen-nry law was an j
improvement over the oi 1 -v-teni of
Ii -en-ed bar-room- in dei. reasin drunknti- i
1 1 1 : 1 . ia I c
Bii ininglia n. :
large and eveniv,. have I.
tee areomodatiuiis of ail vs
goml, Tlie -: are tillc.
o mueb that ill.- town i- I
hive, a -ii i u i 1 1 r mr,ss ,,(' tin
1' 'in a'l over tin; mth
e Nulth are rim king I,
iv :;i aitendaneo ujion tin
on enlli. Pl-eiiaiatii.il-
leen n.a.i le, a no
'no are het' aft
' I With p. u .le
ike lllit a bee
e ereatire- ol
id: g Monday
the earth- TI.ey begin ,,
in train loads and -till the
f lit stlay njly g-i j.Otp I i-,:..i.: ,;
in lite corporate limit- , ; ).VII
and ii- yet tin- halt' an lr.t tie r, ,
( in lioco'ant of i ii ,f ; ;,.id.-i ml i
el iniaes of U,e crow ,1 rom N,,w
i made at ieeli '.iioii-a'nl ( .n'c
iUr eslimatos are made ii't.ni otiier
; i tit -
1 lie (ioyerniueiit
It vo'i I, ;-. ,,, ,.
mentioned how 1
' "le 1! I , 1 1 i , I t
: I Iii u Ii ; ie 1 1 1 I ,
exempt , ,. ,: ;
; nif-:: t i;, i.e.! - I
11. n:e v.,:,,., ;
Ibs-i Mi-- r :
the New I!, i.
North i ' i co w
ia tie.! -ei t o!
if . Tb- p-:
t o O-l.l d i,, .-.
tie ' 1 i -1 - -: n i
lnve-tiga ion of the
O'.ac 1 tint We H o. e'h
i l.'-- Nottai l:i i:,' o
ick.. ! b, T- x ,- ie.,..,-
a s; ,,, I, , ,,
a ; a.-o. t i .
c N'..ta nil ( I ; i ; -
. -t i, i --,:bji,
. c p
Entertainment Held in the V
M C. A. Hall.
i e- A u ilit o" i ,e
1 1 inter,
I -SI fED STATES ' OI'RT
n 1 in,!
i i v ' . a
iin tot !,e
ma ! lo ln-i.
I'lle 'ill ii, le that
e taken a little I
.e i , ni vn
g. m-t, ad ,.!' the -,
been a i il-1 . mi, . 1 t
; i :
i ill '-,
Cl an d - ill
Morn 1 in.-.
-. d ,
old, I , i rt
tee imploemellt- Were Hot i
( It lean-
'l'e ,s has
a ' i oft bli estoll
a 1- d 1 1 1 a , Teiiues-tie,
tin -I, .Mod t, a,, ,.-:,. ii
know ,i tu oin ,,..,,p'.e i a. ... i
bad -one exp, t ieace v. il h lb
eon-ider i; ni. ,,( ti, .,,.,.
e?,unng. i Peiin,en',
S'Hllp of i,Ur Velnt I!.
hat the first I'm-: v. ill
germs t.i the ili-ia.-e, b
is tin- di-case is not so i
Uln .l II 1 I o
a- : i tt,.- , ,
w ',:! tie- .!;.
Septemi) 1' t1
w here red uctions are mai I
fully 1,50(1 there: nearly a
'- at nnnti, ami me ;,i
-tl.-. Narth and South (
Kentuckv, .(ar bind
V'lrgtiila aiid tl,e 1 eri-itoi ie have -nt
llieir ('junta and tbi- oids lair p, outrival
toi v tiling of it- kind In tic history of the
South. - " j , frost as before, but notl
The reception uf l. en. Gordon wa- an'"""' bace will i S.-ck it
ovali ,n. 1 ..initon- t, lii.-l'e.s, li.i:l vell.-M- i " H-fec.tiou-, dis, ,,
and ladie-- haii'lkerohieis trreLted hnn i to k -n 1 , il l of in its ini i
Other prominent figures in the unpleasant
ness aie on hand, among them den-.
C'ritten Ion and S. D. Lee.
fin g an I Jd
it my e
n g -' i '
000,000. Ditto her
to nave been a systematic ui-criminauoii i Senator Jarvis wa sivnij) into Hie
against Southern towns and cities in the office and took his seat Thursday. Sena,
construction of puhlic buildings prnvidtxl I tor Hansom escorted the new Senator to
for by act i c( t-ongres.; and 1 call your j the Secretary' desk to take the oath of
P. H. P ELLETIEB,
AT TO RHET AT ' liA "W .
Pollock itreetjFirst toom above Farm.
' er'f & Merchant's Bank.
Will areetlee la tbeOoenttea of ithoj
arteret. Jonea. Oaak and Pamtteo.
- erav United (Matea Ooort as Hew Berne, mna
aoreaae Ooart of te eteta
Office, 72 South Front street Of.
. posite Qaston House.
ATTOEffEY AT LAW
Ileal Estate Ageut.
Hev H -ne, N. C.
Connections. New V irk
Boston and Canada.
1 Farm lands,
Do joa want ta bay f
Any system onder which tbe
labor of convicts is allowed to com
pete with that of honorable persons
is wrong and vicious.
It seems to be immaterial to
Tammeny which party controls tbe
New York legislature. It gets what
it wants anyway.
attention to some at tfe evidce, with
the request tbat you give the matter con-,
sideration and clear up, if you can, the
suspicion that political exigencies influ
enced your predecessors in giving pre
ference to buildings in certain localities.
In plain (igljsh your office soems to
have bacu riji) iii l fc Interest of ihe Re
or the f 980. 000 appropriated in 1890
and 1S91 for thirteen public buildings In
the Southern Suites only 38 per cent had
been ejpended, while of the $6,038,000
for fittTrona public buildings in the
Aortnem states, D per j.eui nan ueen ex
ptnded; and at the eame date 48 jjer cent
in tbe Northern States and 83 peF cent id
the Southern States bad teen spared of
the appropriations made for public
buildinigs in 1889 the rear when pro
vision was made for such a budding in
Ne' Berne N. C, hi.ch has n t been
And at Ule date of your ipui"t twenty
live buildiugs in Northrj Slate for
which appropriations were made iu 1890
and 1891 after the New Berne appro
priation had been nearly or wholly com
plfited. Most of thi. 1 know, was done under
tbe administration of Mr. Harrison, but
the people of New Berne are cWirous of
knowinat why thoy have been so long
neglected under the present administra
tion. Not doubting that your answer will be
I am verv respectful' yours etc.
B. F. Grady.
Treasury Department, )
Office of Supervising Architect,
Washington, D. C, Apr. 24, '94. )
Uo.v, H . y. Gr4t,
House of Representatives,
Sir: I have to acknowledge receipt of
your letter of tbe 24th instant, calling my
attention to the discrimination which has
been exercised hereto ore by this office
against public buildings appropriated tor
in tbe Southern States, and especially to
the fact that twenty-five buildings in the
northern section of the country were
nearly or wholly completed for which
appropriations had been made subsequent
to the appropriation for the bniltjing at
The case seems to le nbaut as you state
it, anl comment u pin my p irl
is entirely unnecessary, but I have
the pleasure of informing you
that the workjng drawings for the build
ing at New Berne, N. C, were taken up
on last Saturday, and the work on it in
this office will le pushed as rapidly as
possible; and you can therefore assure
yoqr constituent that a contract for the
erection of their building will be made
just as soon as the technical portion of
the work in this office can be completed,"
J. O. Rourke,
Tbe two sides of tbe question:
At mies of unemployed men tramp
id er throuEh the country: tbe bnild-
ing of a 12,000 dog kr nnel bya rich i Tbft Kor,h Carolina Monumental Asso-
' ! Station
Bostonian. i T ,, ,.. lf 4..;..:.,
X ill: xaiui- muuuiucumi .issuiiduuii
of North Carolina haviDg at heart the
erection of a monument in l lie Capitol
squire to the Confederate dead, appeal to
her citizens, one and nil. to contribute
their mite to this noble undertaking.
There is npt a son or daughter of our
good old State who did not feel the bit
ter pangs of th-; Civil war. We feel
proud of the stand North Carolina took,
revere and honor the names ol her sons
who so hetoicaily laid down their lives in
her delenee, anil feel sure there is not one
t' 1 . ,.1, ; 1 , I rnr, ,..m,1.1 .r.-u , , r,
j real difference. Tbe debate now go- j grat(Jlul to tue mcmorv f these men as to
iuk nil) wuciuci geuciai ul uutj leiue iu luuiiiuuif iiu-ii nine lo yta-
Josiah Strong calculates tbat tbe
agricultural resoarues of the lil
ted States are equal to supporting
a population ol 1,000,000,000 peo
ple. We are told that "general de
bate'' on the tariff bill is now over
io t be Senate, bat fail to note any
D roa want ta sell f
1500 Lerea, Treat Itoad, mile of city
Timber and Truck land.
I C RHUS! X 'VtJ Air-T Ot
UwwdMMM oitUM lick-Ureu-T Or-
taMGuaranil or pnniiinn Ml
kiTMto M tafcoa imralij. Wbca
AS A PREVENTIVE
fey c 99 tt 1 lmpaa;hl to eoatmt
vjmiiwI l iwiil; Bt Is tfc cm mi
1.s4t UnMTfiifKt imxTu
VIA an otMC w-
is qoite as tiresomeand monotonous
as: that which preceded ic.
Somebody Frank Hattou. we
believe has been tryiog to prove
that the life of a Congressman is
one of misery and suffering. Tbi
may be true, bat if so why do not
Congr, osmen resign more treqaent
tly or decline re-election!
their mite to
peiuete their deeds in monumental stone
cut from her own native soil. Accord
ing to an act cf the Legislature, every
man. woman and child can become a mem
ber of said Asstx-iation by contributing
the sum ol one dollar, but larger or
smaller amounts will be thankfully re
ceived. All who contribute one dollar
will be entitle I to a yery handsome cer
tificate ot membeisbip, which will be for
warded you upon receipt of said sum.
State papers please copy. News
The remains of Wn.. Hooper, ne of
the s:gners of the Declaration of Independ
euce, will be moved from their burial
place at Ilillslxoro to the buttle grounds
of Guilford court house.
Belva I.ockwuocl a-ks the Federal Su
preme court for a iiiandamu- compelling
the Supreme t.onrl oj .i pponls . I iivm
to grant her license tu practice,
courts of tliat Stato.
Senator Mills argues for the income
tax die wealthy should bear their pro
portion of the hardens of the Government
wijich protects them. The speaker wn
applauded and ciir.gratulatj.1.
Tl)2 weilth and resources of this coun
try ore entirely too 'riut to be compre
hen le 1 by t!ose individuals w ho predict
universal disaster because tiieir ideis are
not followed in National legislation.
Philadelphia has mouiitt d part of her
ji irk police lrce iipoi) regulation army
bicycles, njjd they pit i ul their btiats in
that manner. Philadelphia is the first
c-itv to do this so she is u t so -1 nv after
The Yashington Progress says that a
colored woman gave birth to a strange
child a lew da2's ago that h id a mus
tache about an inch lung wliei; it ; a-
born. It died in a few hours.
Senator Petl'er wants Congress to give
the '-unemployed" work ati?l.")0 per day
of eight hours each; the act to remain in
force qntil April ls'.G. Building and im
proving highway work i- proposed !ijna
tor Allen, Populist, is eager to give the
army an entrance, even into the halls of
Since the Supreme court in South
Carolina decided again.-t the dispensary
law, they seen) to have no liquor law and
the "apelent': is being sold without license
or tax, and Governor Tillman is tempo
rarily non-plusssed Prohil'itioni-t are
beginningj to ; take a hand ijn the
fight, however, and may succeed in put
ting an end to the free whi-key.
At the convention of Confederate vet
erans in Birmingham on the 120th North
Carolin i was ably represented by Col. W.
L. Rossett, ot Wilmington, Col. II. S.
Hurgw vn, of IJendei -on and Capt. F. H.
Busbee, of Kalcigh. Cummander.tn
chief Gen. John M Gordon, of Georgia,
The Greensboro Record 1: is this to say:
"North Carolina produces the finest
wheat in the world. Wheat raised by
Col. Henry G Thomas, near Thomasville.
was awarded the first premium at the
World's Fair, at Chicago. Score another
for the Old North State.
Gov. Curr has been ma le a defeii lant
in the Superior court of Wake county in
the suit of R. O. Burton against the
State auditor and Treasurer for t$5,0o0
counsel fee in the notable tax ease of the
State against the Wilmington A Weldon
tie and the attendant evils uf t lie I iuuor i ,,. j. " '."""
truth, S,-lee,( -,, ere Iron, Prol.ibition-! "asli.nglon Letter
i-i- who w,,iild not be sati-tie I v ill any- j !r- M,'"s of 'l't'il,s. WM? t,IL'
tbile' le- Iliall Plobiliidnn a n, I I en u or,. ' 5 ,e'-(' 11 I UCStlaV. April g-l, ill tllf
from jRtrsons who oppose tho dispensary
on other ground thm Prohibition.
They are good r, ading fur temperance
people, and I would like to subjoin a
few of them for the enioyment and en- i
cuuragemtnt of m.Tny vho ftoin the gt,n-
era! tune ut the published
nave been led to unnK that tliti law
is all iniquit bul- ulle, ndoniv tvii con
tinually. Reasons why the law is unpopular.
From Dr. Samuel M. Smith, pastor 1st.
chin''. h Columbia. South
can't be cured without injury to
con-titiition. When cattle pcover
a -.-vere ittack it i- on v temi.ora'-v.
lb -i r cai ve- icive t lie , I -. ...
in 1 1, -:r sy-, -n, and i i b:r a -'e . t
1 1 no r
' "-'k'-.lp "lot v.'.:!. . ,. fa,
and b idiecs.
riie programme a- -tii,:l ..1 ).
' urlesijue order, but it was -o a bni r.i 1
f n Ii red as to receive the highest uicoii .
iuu,- froii the entire huge audience
The opehinu piece was a full ciioru
iliat o 1 -weet Southern melody, Suwanec
lb.' -i. This was loll.) od by the song,
It. 'liu.g Through an I'lilriemlly World.
Fu-tisy- Mi.-s May I,. Ilendrei:, gave
Tbi- ci, .
w i re di-.aii
ni'M t.-nn i
W l fe bl 111
. I; i.
t f i rs i
d f,,r tie
, i ' lie-day
. . I,, now
u a I y nil
I 'ci j ii i t .
a!.. Li. :
ii ;. ',.!,
I n ( tfiis 'ovt ('
o I o -1 n g
j l iiis i- a -t
rigid dirt ct
w hat the ri
Wol i.ll to S,
as those wli
debattt in the Senate;.
In the House Mr. Henderson secured
the consideration of the Post Office Ap
propriation bill, including the fast mail
item. This mea-ur.- was delayed on ac-
coijtit of Mr. Ikuder-n's ei.furce'd ar.-. Nts from the rn-hbUer,
p 'V tbe go; em.,
11. I'le. a,.
'.lit i, I tin- i e tiied
ntliern ctftT r.c- is, a
) pat l uniz 1 b -ct' ma 1 k -t
F. P. W M.l.l
It was spCri
1 tin elo-
ie fiddle solo
(eel iuu was
ivy in the I t'resi'ytcnan
1. Prohi bit 'onists arti opposed Ut
cause it transfii'3 the traffic to the State,
and by the temptation of revenue puts a
premium upo.i the sale of liquor. 2
The moral suasion element oppose it b
cause there are certain restrictive features
connected with it, a. - Tlte whole liquor
interest opposes it bjcause it breaks up
articles npiv I "t-"'-'j "- euaiur vanee-s iunerai.
!at tin. law Pr'"liably b.' disposed of before tl
adjourns this evp -i:,..-.
Coxev's army i- ivpoii : to h; steadily
approaching this .- t .- with re-'iilorc "
menls coining to n ,., t Iiini Irom other
Frunk Iiatiou Hie c.ldur ot th.. Po-t
was stricken with p na'vsia at i
Rev. C, ( i . Var ied, i'.e r.-l:
crator of the Alljjmarle Pie-b
in virtue of the po-ition, pr,
optnmg sermon tit t!ie
in Fli-iniicth i -it v uivc
point.- which will I , o
ollice 1 '-"v. ('." f a : t a-.
their trade. 4,-Some oppose it bceau-e I of' lhc 5ril,iro" C!ulj
. I T, 1- II... l,.
today. The ottuck i quite seiioii-, but1
his many friends here hope for th : best, I
He was Postmaster General during part
of Arthur's administration and was one (
of the most approachab! men. ever
knew. lie wni tin, lift, t the Pi.st. He i
is universally popular. He
the call to the p ,
church, was tccei
mit tee .is r.j.poi
n 1 1 1 i 1 1 t-e
None of the sc -called army movements
of th? unemployed are so formdable
as those along tl)e line of the Northern
Pacific U.K. .Not less than have rt.c(,nt di-tuibance. there has been
stations 50 to 800 each who declare their, ,-; ,t l,,.,., i,t -tmn, eS iiement- no
it is fostered by an administration to
which they are ho-tiie. The most in
fluential papers in the Side, h'veliom
its very inception, be ii ince--ant in
their Cc,:ide-ana t ion r.: it, ha',e :.a-t:!li; I
all prejudice to ii- ji.-t and fail Con-i I-.
iition, have stigmatised it ehaiac'.er, its
purpose, an. I it-methods wit h bitterest
contempt and disgust.
From Rev .1. D. Hrimm, Profess.':- n
the Theological Seminary. Columbia, S.
Tin secular paj.Ji-s arc r, ri.!i;, eiu
mies of the dispensary la;- , Ijecause it is
an a(),roach to Prohibition, and is cal
culated to destroy the whiskey element
that is so powerful, unscrupulous and
moneyed, and s-j is frequently a source
of revenue to those pap.TS. People are
glad, I think, as a JiAe to see our streets
free of saloons. It is doubtless true ar.d
I suppose no one would deny it, that in
a general way the liquor evil has been
considerab'y reduced. Of course straight
Prohibition would meet with as much
opposition, and ba nearly us difficult to
From Rev. C Chichester, pastor
Mariners Church, Charleston, S. C:
"My impression is that the liw is look
ed upon as a decided improvement over
the old lav, lor it has closed up every bar
room in the State. The effect has b?eu
to cause a great decrease in drunkenn;ss.
Sailors cm now reach the Bethel without
being enticed into barrooms by the way.''
From W. H. Dowbng, jiastor Bapti-t
church, Hampton, S. ('.;
"The b. .-t moral sentiment of this en
tire section of the State sustains the dis
pensary law as ,i great improvement over
the o'd I'eeaS' sy-te n It Ii is decr.'.isul
d'tink' :i: es- m'u nty per cent. '"
From K, v. C C Ilro.va. i ,;..(!. S 0.:
"Toe tl -,eii- irv 1 iw in il -e , . i -i , lered
is a good and wise one. It ha- leduced
drunkenness fully one half. It litis
sma-hcd the social glass and torn duw:i
the gambling hells whica wire run i n
connection with every bar. If we only
had a proper in an for Governor the 1 iw
would be a biestdng to our State."
From Rev. J. E. Carlisle, pastor M. E.
Church, Darlington. SC.:
Morally I .-ee no difference between
the dispensary and the license system.
The special constable feature has been
the great practical error in the law. I
wish to say for this town, the seat of the
lntention ot coming to a.-litngton peace- ; M.j-on or insurrection occurred, and no
ably if they can forcibly if they must. j law broken or officer of the law resisted
Tho twelfth ( ;,.,p.-i! fc.Tiierence uf ih i in discharge of tluty. Blood has been
Methodist Episcopal chinch South, w
meet at Memphi
Thursday in .Voiy,
l ctnicsse, ,
and be in ses
bed but it was caused by the constables.
one of whom shot a citizen in a private
nu n i-i.l over t;vo fighting boys, while the
constables were off duty and while a few
citizens present were outnumbered and
most of them unarmed."
From Rev. ,T. S. Bctliea. Lake City,
-Every Christian and opponent ol the
liuuur traffic is ulease.l with the disnpn-
bama on the subject of the Nicaragua j s.irv as a sui,sli,ufe fr the saloon. Law
canal. He urged the people ol his State, I let.jnt.ss .m drunkenness have decreased
in conjunction with all the other people st.Vcntv-!ive percent, Prohibitionists do
ot the nation, to unite in demanding . not ac-.t.pt the ,ijs,)t.n-.,,rv as a final set
tlie pissage ol the bill by Congress. : tlement. but will push the battle till the
Judge Hagner oi the District Supreme traffic is eliminated."
Court has signed the decree for the sale of Flom Kev. Thomas J. Tate, D. D.. pas
iliii Ii A- I) " Railroad in twentv da vs. ' tor M. E. Church, Greenville. S. ('.:
day to day through the better part of the j
month. The conference convenes in the ;
First 'Methodist church.
At Birmingham Senator Morgan ad
dressed a large assemblage uf rej)resenta-.
tives of the commercial bodies of Ala-
TfT ajl iA t ctJ r.. r rv by mail. po4C pfc
W lk box, ore tOMUCfr.
F. S. DUFFY,
Congressmen are already kick
to because of the entorcumeDt of
the law docking i heir pay for ab
seoce wi'hont leave. Well, let
Druggist and them s; .v m Wa htngfon and at
' tend to their bnst'oess anl there
willbeno oocisiin toeafoice the
law. O herwise it shoold be put
The M mnnient to Vance.
The Raleigh coi respondent of the Wil
mington Messenger gives the loilow ing:
A meeting i f ci'ifens was held hire, at
..i-i ii ..-r-i. :
widen iiuviinoi van piesiufti. liieijijup u.e:
are a jiemtruii assoi-iuuou wasiormeti. tike a 111
The electee was issued to secure the am
ount of the prim ipal and intere-t upon
thi vonsolidated mortgage bind- niade by
tlie railroad company t" th Tiust cum
panv, October 22, l... auioutiting to
S')M-2, 18.5.81. '
It is said that there is a general under
standing iti administration elides to
punish in some way every Democratic
S-niator who vot-.'S against the tariff bill.
This is as it -houl l be. Tj.e bill ouuht
to be pisned or gu' ten out uf the way in
Senator Jarvis takes tic oath of office
tomorrow. Senator R insom has
the privilege of escoiting him down the
aisle of the Senate Cliamb -t to lb.- Vice
President I Morton, D. I)., ofllun l
C. G. Vardell. of New I ',
stallalion will take- pi:
in May, the 27tli.
T';r. Eugene Daniel,
-e-sion mi -, io :
II- (lie lojiiiuing
in'.ei e-t le i- .
of the Gold-h no
to tbi- Piesbv terv
an oration at speei l, living,
tli'b lenid-rc I. an 1 ( in,
I' took only two to phiy 1
- -Nli s Snsie Dilltnghani
W:!b-. The name of tl.-
Hdly R 'und the Band-Bux was
tifullv sung to tl e tune ul the old
son-; --Killy Round the Flag."
A j wsharp trio was jilayed by
Angus' a Cr.q.oii a'l ley Lerselt.
Aioratc,rio, --The Muffin Man
L' ;t -in Al iske" and which was sung
tlie Worl ,'
up '" the ( dy Thins
'' ' w In ie he was
i : i .ni. .l. This
I r, ie d t rain tit noon -eng.
i' t t un ul i bK V.
b: nig'il up hiiuiIk r
bug.: i 1 lo iv he
lir. took the cuke. The
mirth prodaced the heartiest njl:iu-t-
even in the mid-t of its ten Viti fn. It .
was deserving of two cakes.. i
Misses Maujl Lane! and Nannie Street!
day 1 1 uin I i, - , , a ,
killed !u b iM- him
one al l i ve. I u a I In
Toe r.-giita r p.i-se
X. A: N . rail ru id
alhgatur at nigiit-
iiieasured 1 0 feet and six i
a very i.glv looking cusloinei.
Tic- last alligator u .c -hoi l - a young
-..ii of Mr. M Inly re. One ball entered
w 'lete the h. id and neck j ,in, the other
w is pi u ,11) I ,et w a en 'he (Ve -.
Mr. G. W. M..11H0 a les bub thflnHi-
gators M hi- home ,i,, m begin the
yiislvvoik uf niou'itiug i'neai lodiy.
j About a yea- a.;o a I :ige aliigalor was
that I "''" 'oi awhile ubnos' daily linijoinii
I g m loin-m's er. e lour miles from
Till- C. itltiniie I (III
a', end b ha- in va
rim train would pas-.
I i ice day he w as fired
' u s':eti since.
elected delegate to the (
Thi- meets in Nashville,
j A Fondness 1 or Light iliahuias
. ,,,1 , , , , I I'-p.n-oi me .-.iu uv.ain which jvir.
tetv utiil . ( on, managed to sing the classical solo 1 Win- ! , r , . , .
;, 0 j v 111. Dunn oifered f r Cue ai.p ehennon
bib 11,-lall dlon. , n T w nkle Li 1 1 le St-.r It , ..... , .
- I 01 ine tne-i vmio c. tine Brahma
! prettily rendered, and was immediately I .. ,., ri. P
wed bv 11 -l-,iii,l,,mv full nrftif-Or., i.i . . , , . . . .
.... .1 - - . rue cnicKeii- ie, tlnng hi- U-en heard of
, , V '"" -A,l',no 0,,,er tmmrut than cmbs. ., wll...,.V( r. Thi- i-to be n-gretted as
e .,-1 ..indav. Uon.c Sweut Home wa-sung in pan- ,. all , hoi.-e fowlsa rooster Htol-
i i,,n, ;,,. i,,- iin,,,.0i, i!,,i;.i,. m;.... 1.'.... I
u k'- """""" "t.uu, -a.,-- '.""I,.,, iva- uiKM.tilii.iitur 1 hat took tho sec-
Ninin-and accompanied by fu'l !,..,-. J ,,,, ,, miu, i(, ,,. ,,r;(rsl:lir. Mo.Dunn
ri.o-h quite a , bffic.lt pari, it w ! . ,. T(. ,,,, ,.st ,,im f,i0
,,.o..i r....i .1 r.- 1... m . 1 ...
n 1. . 0,1 1, u 01, oil, 11, K, ic-iim . .t!
j I U.iu would rather h
I 1 1 1 if. 1 s captured than
r II, kig 1
President's desk I sliaU try
The Civil ierviex' C'ommi--l
issueel un injuuetion against
Tnteretl iot. life eternal on Sunday
morning, April 22nd, 1894, in the confi
dence of a certain faith, and in the com
fort of a reasonable, religious and Holy
nop., o.i.iu iinnee-, unuveu woe oi Ii t ve o V, ne 1 Ihte r lot l
Daniel T. Carraway in the obth year of I but were n ali!u ti
ner age. imcigii not a ito:..: n-..r utiex- ouiidiiig. aow th-v
pecceii. yet, tieain ac an y nine 1- a -iiocK. euiv date see: tli; 1011-11
and husbmdaiil childre i mourn the loss hope- reali'-d
of one who can never be replace I. wot -hip uf the
She was the mother ot' eight children. I! v. Robert
of whom two preceded her. Of those j was licensed.
surviving there are Mrs. W. D. Sprague,
Black Mountain; Mrs. W. '. Randolph,
Asheville; I). S Carraway. Clifton Forge.
Va.; and John R. 1!., Thomas D. and'
James E. residing in this city. 1 To New York by Small Yacht.
Tbe deceased was a devout member u: Mr. Andrew Van Seckle of X
Christ Church, and for many years a i who his been spending a cum!.-
at Capt. II. II. Dowdv '- ha- nil
a coniLinat 'um uf
-v memorial win ne -ent up to 1 tie (.co- Xii'in.
end Assembly from this (Albemarle. , : Mi-s Oai.rin A re,, l-.lt TW.,11, r
Udell';, i clcveriv rendered the old-time school reci
tation, Mary Hid a Litt'e not Lamb,
b"t Willi un Guat.
a 1 The prugram clu-e 1 wiili one of the
; most ( 1; inning pieces of the evening an
-j ope-atlc 'election, The Mocking Bird, by
'! Betsy Miss Stella RoIkmIs.
I Presbytery a-k ng that an
1 ......,-..;.... u,. : .. .. . .
1 )e,u ,UM !:,.,; 1,0,
j mailer of p'o iding a gra b- I
a has j Samiay ,-hool le-.-oa- v, itli t
cret-iry as a tex; book.
! The Presbytery owns property in I! ,
! eigh. wuich was pre, iuu-ly ordered lo I
-011. j 1115 session ci t:.c I it -to tery or
dered that T0C of the Proceeds be appli
ed towards the erection of the Presbyter- j C(,i,,'v
ian church in Kin-ton. .We- are glad to. The leading roll
near 111 is. 1 ue illusion r. . J ij-lei lans
'The ore best re gav e a
Peake Sisters and came
nice to the
poultry is Mr.
Cue thief ur
get it buck,
'..it 11 d visitors
iw or three
I.cn'i Jones ami
'm.e ' th-it ton hirh oraise ci
i.cid with the. . .
,1 upon her.
1 doubt 1, -s ut a i 1 1 ,, .. IT
I Miss Lamia IleUder
1: ition of then
-nle. I at the piano.
:.; a holl-e of; 1
taken by Miss
well ex i-iited
not b bc-tuw -
gurel'ulh p re
Hi- ynrd.- b tve biv:i raide 1
tie- la-t two ear - :!,e i,,,
have !. 11 . in:r. 1 i.-ia
liiontb- add during the time have stolen
half u bundled chickens from him, and
strange to say they take Ihe white
Brahmas every t in, e. Il mav ba imagined
that be wants tu put an end to it.
Mr. Ilege, of Nil, ni. who I Links of
11. oying tu New 1!
etly ngain-t such
breeds in conmvti
vard- instill- a w
reo h 1- a
I er which
keep- thieves tit a dishm:-'-.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
-on uf a Pies', terian minister
be engaged ia evunoeii-lie wank
m l Martin counties.
A Beautiful Home Weddinsr
W edne.silav, Ai.ril L'Olh at lo A. M.. at
( f Mr. I . S. Mace in this
city, Mr. Charles Arclibcll. of Idalia and
Miss Sudie F. Nehon of New Berne,
11 lit v
"-. I ( residence
lie will j
v. T. M. N. (b o
unit d m 1
it.- olliciat- I
member ot the Parish Relief Society, the
tluties pertaining to which memberships
she pcrformcel I o'J.i diligently and faitti
lully as long a- her hedth permitled.
Mrs. Carraw ay v. a- note I for her .-kill
in needle work, a id in many churches are
specimens of it onaliur cloths, book marks
and hangings. It is not generally known
that it was this talent of hers that is com
memorated by the magnificent chancel :
window iu Christ Church, but the follow-1
extracts Irom a little book entitled "An o:ie otucl m;in t.
-vnsvyer 10 an Appeal copyrignted m 1
icu, uv 1 uc .iiivciiuu .n ne oucieiv ui 1
terdav at '
has a lengi h : 2 i I
keel and bis a w ii.
is provided with a
111 and gas,,
r.d'i was lau
Co"; .; ! -:
1 .-I un ,l
lilt a yacht
of C, I -2 fe,
nit ib'e cab n
will be known as thi H 1 inning Bird.
Mr. Van Seckle pro pose, with only
o -'art next week till the
1 Humming Bird for Ii
the sounds un pleas-ire.
there she wdl be till-,
Mr. Van Seckle exprt e-
1 Cant. Libert Roberts
diain s va -terdav which
Lung Shore Light-hous .
abb igi s cuiUiniie to go off plentifully
and peas in light ipian 1 i l ii s. Peas are a
fancy pra e tu I. .",11 f ,r bu-hel baskets.
The .-luker- v.liich put up from the
pea v ines injured by the oid snap arc
now blooming: but bide i- expected from
A small tin a! Dover Tliur-dav nidit,
cc-ntt r of, destroyed the h one of a colored 1,1 in. H
arch on ; caused eonsideitiMc consiernation among
w hich were the names of the young I the residences of that o uiet villa. while.
it was in pi' gres.
Doc tor ( '1 W
The .!-g. nit and spacious parlors were
b.aiitil'uily d't-urafed with puttel plants
and cut tljvvTS in Ihe luxuriant abund
ance and taste that marks till such deco-
1-iu New Berne. In the
ti.on was suspended an
lion oft'-ie New Bei no climate
clares his intcnlioa of c,
e 1:1 sevving. knitting.
;,. .... ,,,i.i;.. n, Vic
lli I L"U il 1 1 lt I L I HIIJ
We YYant Him to Come.
There is -a str. ,no pr.-b .lii'ity thai the
recent visit of Mr. F.J. Ilege, of Sale , . to
New Berne will rc-u't in his m,..dig
here. He was verv favorable inior i
was w itu ttie 1 te-ig
vv to loctiliiie
j entered into -,,
"on to" (hem to tbe full fuent
- Ice Cream Freezers,
; Wire Cloth,
:V Window Screens
Car lo ids ol bquor are
at Columbia, S ('., aa I - .
opened. No eff u t - a '
I : n I ll 1 ve a ri'e
, comniii lee w as ci eaieti 01 which t .o v. j whet her i,r Ii bt
C ai r is made the chairman and Alt. A.
Tho pson secretary. The meeting
aelo tcl reolutions tor the election of a
brunc Jstatue of the Senator in the Capi
ul Square. Remarks were matle by
(iovi-rnor Carr, Messrs. R. U. Battle, S
A. Ashe, R. S. Tucker, Cul. Kenan. Mr.
.1. X. Holding and others.
"It is faid by the Vance Monument com
mittee, of which Governor Carr is chair-
pr h b
I ev er, no ; a 1 1 u
is undei -i d : h
mix ion- io ' ve
the ca.-c 1 ie c
b-ive 1 e 11
e;s al e I a ing
:ig made to
t h 1 eaten
111 ide to t
So fu. Ii,
"Drunkenness hasjelecreaseel fully filtv
per cent. We had seventeen barrooms,
now have but one dispensary. I want
Prohibition, but it I cannot get that I
much prefer the dispensary to tiie old
barroom system." !
From Rv, J. Edward.-, Leesville. S. C. j
"The dispeli-orv law was passed cm-
traiy to th" expressed wi-h of the major-.
ity. whode-iivd Prohibition."
From Rev. J. W. McClure. Ridgeway, !
S. ( '.
-i t i-
Miss Mm' Giiniai-eu, ;, ( ',t,c;n,i , i
eleik. was biutally murdered We ine-dav
by being shot five times !y a Cathode
priest named Father Do niniek (CGraelv.
She had b.-en the object uf 11:1 welcome
attention I um bin along tune and
sought to avoid linn. After tin- arivst ol
man. that it vv ill cost about $10,000 to;
I nlarp t -p iirunn-rl lir,,n7i' statue in the 1
f'....i.i".. . ..,,n.,,ti,,r,c .r eo,,dr,.r tlienriest he tried to cum, nit
in. The appointment of sub-committees The iuiinb annual re-union of Coe
, in feach county ami townsliipis urged, federate veterans was formally ojjened on
I each of these to seud up to the SUte com- j the morning of the goth inst by Gen
i mittee May 21st a name us a member of i Fred S. Fergiisoa of the tirst Alabama
the Suite association. j brigade, in W mine Davis w igwam tit 9
. ' o'clock. There were . lully 10. Out) in the
i : . l , . i . . '.. l T.. . 1 ..r l... 1 1. 1; ..... I m- 1. .., I. ' .....
vo.e is les.- ooiisiiiu. iiistt-u.i cu -. uuuwiut nun ni.iii. . no ton,', not gain
tering Washington with 1 .1(1,000 men be access to the immense ball. There were
now expects to enter w ith 4(1". He is over ouo camps represented at the roil
coming a trick, however, in arming what I call. A subscription toward the Chica-
A cream of tartar baking powder he has with him. He is arming them with go Confederate monument was then taken
Highest of all in leavening strength. hiekerv club?, a blow from which would j up and 1,500 was handed in in a verv
LAtZST UhjTKP States Govsrnment brain a man. He is doing this bv making : few minutes. Routine business then fol-
r l'ruhibti'.n . and g
d spensaiv. as did every intelliget,
Z Mi ot South Carolina.
I cou'd till a page of your paper with
-imilar extracts, but this article I (ear is
now too iong. Mav all show a wonderful
unanimity of' sentiment upon two points.
(1) the iiumense benefit of the dispei, .rr
in di ei ea-ing d run ken ness, and dimn. -li-ing
iis attendant evil-of crime and -u -let
ing and (2 1 the deteimmation oi the
be-t people- to close Ollt tie "traffic" 1)V
the enactaient of straight ' Pioh .bitiun
Mr. S- D. Chil.ls, a promiii. nt citizen
l'f'l,, l,., f '-Tli l,,i- r,,i,i
- i. v;.i,.i ,,'d..r il". nl.i svste,,. will ,.v ! gilding the earth with radiancy
... v....- .v. ... . . . ,-.i, .,,),,.- r .
i. . ..ii.... .. l ... ,1.-1.,... ie...if , oeiuiiii nit; su.iui;s ui in
U " .ll,,". UU I ' .IMSl.lO. ll-IOl ... ' ,
Llirist unurcn, alter tne Liiurcii wa,
burned in that year w ill inform the young
er members of the congregation and re
tumd the older ones of the tact:
"Of course, fir; all-absorbing thought
was how to re-build thoChuich.
Among the congregation, no one seemed
to feel the loss greater than the children.
Tneir desire to do something toward
this innch desired object, became almost
At this time a Christi in-'.ie:ir:eii lady,
vvhu had not the means to do whit she
wishe I towards this holy work, con
ceived the idea of forming thest; zeal,, us
little ones into a Sewing Society, thereby
accomplishing at the same time two laud- 1 when here at the Fair and
able objects viz: Imparting to them ; W!l witl.'the lesi"u of hive
iNc, ami aiding
The proposition was made to them j to such a c-h-mg
and readily accepted, aud forthwith. The OCat on t ', f .:
Juvenile bewmg .society ot Christ Church,
was formed under the direction ot' the
lady making the suggestion. The oldest
child was 13, and the youngest 5 years.
Space will not admit of a recital of all
the good works of these lillle Soldiers ot'
the Cross, but general n stilts must suffice.
They have subscribed une liuudre I do -lars
to the building of the Church, and
have paid it. They have contracted to
put ill tlie Ci.ancel window, ut an ex
peuse t'f -to-IO. and h ,ve over hdf th it
amount in Bank Bul alas, the work on
the Church ha- -topped, tie Tiei-iuy
being t -xhaiist c I. and they n vy approp
riate all their means to the Bui Iding Com
mittee, tru-t'iig that through the bless
ings of that God vv ho --doth ab tilings
wed," taey may ;,o umulale enough l i
meet the expense of the window, when
the building is in a con 1:1 oa to r,.cc:ve
This contract was fully met by tu -m
and every dollar pud. an ! -ueh ad li
ie, s lili lg
most ex : he,,- -will
bath live a
Mr. ITege i-
brecd m-s uf the :
meat ul -u i, a poultry
farm he vvjllld l.av
I ' I u ,e -
'or his bti.-i;
irrv on his
i.teu it Ii tt
a-e I and
ii - will
uf the be-t known
mi 1 the c-tabli-li-
aild pet ani nal
would mean a
New B tan
T Ill i oe, a-
m e 1 1 1 o f 1 1 1 e s a ' (
Mr P.. I
'o w le le th e
a d d will be Ic
" made know n.
1 1 ; i p.
ir of the At-
in clov r blossoms. From t'li-
arch 1 ung the niariLage bell of Juno
white flu wei, and outlining the whale in
gr.iei fill festoons from ceiling to floor, was
a wredh of green and white flowers, mak
ing a frame uf rare bemt v in wl.i. b the
brid d party stoo 1.
Mr. Willie Stallings presided tit the
organ and at the first strains of the wed
ding march two lovely little flower-girls
May 1! II and Ella Zener Mace, daughters
ol the host and hostess, dressed in white
and wearing Lilies of the vally. entered
and took their stand on either side be
neath the arch. Then (.nine the bride and
groom who stood directly under the tloi.al
bel, The Rev. Mr. Gorge of Chri-t
el.iuob. ill white -urplii and -tole. nu t
tin m. and the solemn and impressive
-..rviee of the Episcopal church was ino-t
leverently rendered. Mr. Gibb-. I rutin r
of Mr.-. M ice. gave the bride away.
The bride's flowers were 1'dlies of the
valley. Her dress was uf white Moire
sdk. trimmed with lace. II-r vail was
exquisitely caught with liili - of the valley
and I er o r-age of the same -wet flower-.
I i he: hand -he carrie 1 a bouquet of
lithe-. She left for her new home in a
flood , .f sunshine.
Tue truck season is now fairly upon us
and our two admirably conducted steamer
i uuii. mies, the N. N. it W. and the E. C.
D. have gutten tl) a spirited rivalry.
Tiieir lines have well i-:abb-hed tliein--elve-
at New Ben lie. The former i- lep
l'esenied b our young energetic tuwn-man
Mr Ralph (Lay. Thi- line lias a tub
equiptmcnt of boats carrying loth pa-
Washington, col., of
James City who attended the man (here
whom some think was pui-oned was ar
rested yesterday for practicing without a
license. He will be tried this morning.
There is li tt le c neourageineiit to ship
civbbage north while the quotations are
75c to a 1. 00 pe r el ite. Pea-, asjuira
gus ami betries are bringing renin nera' I ve
The Oaks Poultry F inn now ha- lit III
young chicken- !' different breeds and
sixty-more lien- setting. Mr. Ellis lias
been going around town buying up till
the setting hen- h" can find at an ad
vanced price to r 1 1 -1 1 the business ahead.
'The A. Culm Piano iv Organ Co. made
shipm-nt yesterday of a fine Mehlin
piano Iv Mr. Geo. T. Watson of Hyde
county. By c lose attention to business
and handling a line line of instruments,
Mr. Culm is building up a g ,o 1 trade in
this and adjoining counti, -.
A Jacksonville correspondent suggests
the following gen! I emeu us desiru ble candi
dates for office in Onslow county: F. W.
ILirgett, f.,r sheriff; Elijah YV. Koonce,
Superior court lerk; Edw ard B. Hargelt,
for Regi-ter of Deed-,- and one out of lhc
following -iv lor the hgi-'a! u re ; S. W.
Vcntcts, David S. Ami ii. M,vei Y'nrl,
I). J. r
Clonal donation-as ntce'ied an
well on towards oil,, tnuu-a i.i d
Sever. ,1 of these z iluus Toil"
twenty three years ago now s;l i
this window by th . s de of lit t le
As the first lavs of Sunday's
.l,: tl. 1 d.,,-c of Souil, (".,roi:,,., tins goon woman
Were that issue made again, liquor in- j bands to the Paradise of Go.l.
iVllll LU 111,11
Sweet and bles-ed cmntrv
The home of God's elect '.
sun w i ic
. soul of
teres. s won
east in th
L. H CTJTLEE L CO S.
i Food Rrpobt.
RoTal Bakxmo Powdkb Co., 106 Wall
the clubs .serve as handles for "peace ban
ners" which each is to carry into Washington-
lowed. The local military gave an exhi
bition battalion drill in the afternoon,
witnesseel bv thousands.
I not poll one nail the vote
1st coutest. The Prohibition
ists of thestate do not intend to rest upon
their oars, but w ill continue to steer their
ve-.-! steadily, and persistently onward
Id they reach the safe harbor of Prohibi
tion." "So mote it be,"
New Beaue; N. C Apri, 23 1S94.
O sweet and bles-jd country,
Tbat eager hearts expect.
in Their New (Juariers
The trade in bicycles ha- bean growing
so that Mr. YV. T. Htil has i,,m.d t)l;,,
his quarters un South Front strc.-t tre nut
siilli-icnt fur Iii- printing ..fli.-e and liicv
( le bu-tne-- a'-,,, -,, he hit- moved the
latter to one of tile -tore- in the Duffy
building, earner ul Pollock and Middle
Mir. -Hill is making quite a show of the
w on the
impi om i,
did Ireiglit, and
confi b nee ,,; -1
. C. D. line. Mr. loo
it. t,,i ugh ul' more re,
ha- built up lapid';,
I all.l ! at -el Vice o! I
.11 is k Do vv II as one , t
most bii-mi -.-tie:
th - denial:. I-
Ibr d- iv
li' -1 . 1 1 1
w .1 h .11
meet i ug
. w ha- lio n , .nv a
.nil- il- Cai! In I, a made
ry si c- lie ii-na!lv dc
' lay lo p laeo- t i.f -. of
t he li as ii tread v I .ecu lo ru
in- great ly pie ,-ed vv d h
ar-'i.-d w ub lb, i. -ult- of
Un our fourth page are articles copied
irom the New York Journal of cutniiu l ce
show ing the merits of these two 1 n.-s.
Blue and Gray united in the Confed
erate re-union at Birmingham. There
were a number uf affecting scene.- and
cheers were given fur northern soldiers.
Patriotic and fraternal sentiments were
d u: t h
l e I I ,1
ri v i r
. ..I' tl,
Raleigh and Durham are to ba connect- !
ed by telephone by the the loth of June, i Columbia bicycles in their new quarters. ' expressed by the soldiers.
As huge lis ll,.- lllj ...! ;..t
Mr. G. W. nl: .,. i- lai.d, ; .
Mr. 'l b -. A. M, To ; i . Ti
! W. N. .V
a largei ,
veal' ur -sleami
; - . e V 11 t II - a- f- Ml I 1 ' 11 !
man w le , h an eel I , I....K 1 1 , - in- , - it 1 ci 1 1, n I
uf Tna! a, ugal al - i una nlii informs
I us that it was two loot Irom the upper lo
the lower jaw. Alligators we are told
I are frequently seen in New river.
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