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$1.00 Per Year
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
SiDgle Copies, 5 Cents.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, JUNE 14 1894.
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ROn WANT THE BESfl
c " . '
m . Want fle Latest.!
GIVE YOU THE KIND
; tess all These
YOa Want n.
and we will give
1UXEDBB k WIM
, 47 4Q Pollock Strep
c8 Cream Freezers, '
' .'4. -.. ". .'
L. H CT7TLEK & GO'S.
HAPPEXI.NGS OP THE PAY,
About tlie ouiy martyr- l;r ci'ibciuiHc
sake that we have in mo.lern fines arc
our base ball umpire?.
Tommv Reed is trying to shoot hole- in
Benny Harrison's balloon, and monitor
Willie McKuley pretends not to sc.- it.
There is a noticeable anxiety fii the
; part ol" tbe would-be Presidential candi
dates to post' us friends nd champions of
The Prisideiit kissed his baby on the
eighth atmiv. rsary of his nmri tge. and
to ! it was tclegrapbe 1 to the uttermost
cns o: t'.e tanei.
Th- Xt-w Or Ii ans Picayune .-iy.-: Sena
tor Hit still i- saying: "1 am a Deno
(rat.,, He stinils out in his party like
the tvvvlfih man who h-idclevin sluhhirn
niea againsi liim i n a jury.
It is difO'-veuil ti:;ir ricsiiien'. ("ievt-
lan.i paid tliewli"'-' h - iMiiiic
kt-t .-;ul b ow.
The initials of the youuij man who won
the State oratorical medal, at Sedalla, te
X. Y. Z , aDothcr pmof of the time-worn
injunction: "The. first shall be Lt.-t. and
tbe last first."
Th Eiirop, ,.n "War I loud-' is ready
to play a short summer naement just
as soon , as the curium is ruag down on
the coal Btnkcs.
Tlie servant who sent a tcloirrain siirn-
el by Seuatnr McPiiorsfm. orderinir n
Xcw York hroker. to pmcln oDit share
of sugar trust stock for the Senator, may
yet be dismissed in disgrace.
The office 9eeker found in one i f tlie
parks at Washington, the o'.ber d iy. in a
starving omdition oujht to be a warning
to these seekers everywhere, but it will
Ceitain railroads, realiziuc; that tnits
nrc becoming very obnoxious to the pub
lic, sought to evade unpopularity by
culling their trust a 'gentlemen.-, agree
ment.' The Congressman who has b.i'ii laying
wake 0nfcrbts for months fixing up things
fir a- it-nomination now blushingly an-nooiK-es
that in deference to the withes of
bis constituents he deems it his duty to
siC'tfice his persorral interests and incli-
njtions and again become a candidate.
It would be refreshing to have some
fellow gay: "I want to go back to Con
gress because $5,000 a Tear is more than I
can make anywhere else", and ic would in
Dumeroaa cases be true. too.
The intense interest which the horny-
banded, honest farmer of Populist Kansas
tuke? in the weal of his State and in the
lowering of taxes is shown by his going
into the business of raising wolves, the
scalps of which be sells to the State at
three dollars each. The object of the
liouoty was to lesson the number if
sheep-eaters. Its result has been to in
crease tbe Du:n!x.r.
Tiiere really seems to be no limit to
human skill ami ingenuity. When the
monster Ferris wboo.1 at the World's Pair
was first contemplated, it was looked
upoa by many of the ablest engineers of
the tountry as not only daring but im
practicable. The big city of London has
waked up, and comes to the front with a
scheme that will aetnally paralyze the
Midway wheel. Il will be built at tlie
Earl's court, and will le a 4D0 loot
wheel, and will cairy 2.000 people in
fifty cars. Threo restaurants will be
built oa platforms at varying heights on
the supporting towers, and a big ball
room will - crown the towers at the
A Cincinnati chemist has made a dis
covery that promises to revolutionize ttie
dairy business. It is a combination o f
water, solids and fat that is equal to the
finest milk. It is in reali-y chemically
pure milk, and is. of course, free Iroin all
taint of disease that cow milk sometimes
bus. This chemical milk wUI raise a
cream, will sour, ium 'o curd and w.tter,
and bucter and cheese can be made from
it. Tbe cost is more than $1 a gallon,
but the chemist believes, with mure ex
periments, he can reduce the price to tei
or fifteen cents a g illon, ;.nd making it in
whosesale quantities can reLr! it at the
usual sis cents a qusrt.
A.n institution of which the need lia.3
been luua and sadly felt in New Orb arts
is about to be established by one of the
most practical and energetic women of
that city. She has made preparations b r
the early inauguration ot an industrial
school, where servants of all kinds can be
traine.l for domestic service. The Xew
Orleans Picayune, referring to the enter
prising lady who has undertaken th's
task, says: "She Iras the-gr.ttitude of her
Xew Orleans sisters in advance and the
heartiest wishes of everybody for the suc
cess ot her enterprise.1' Such p.n under
taking would not ' a bad idea for Xew
Berne. One of the grandest possible
moyes for either man, or woman, is to
look to the preparation of t he mowing
up generation in tittinir them for the prac
tical side of life. Whether thev be the
eons and daughters of the rich or j
tuis training is ot th
Under Gaston Iloase, South Front Street, Xew Berne, X. ('.
FULL Lirv I-: OF
General xcT x.
Stoves, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
Lime, Plaster and Cement.
DEVOES PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
CrPPeraonal attention to the prompt and correct filling of all
PALMER, RIVEN8UR0 & 00
Successor to G. S PALMER,
Wholesale Commission Merchants
Kl K TH K SA I.K I U'
SOUTHKRNT FRUITS Sz TRUCK,
i Vcsxetn tl( "s:.
lr-Watonnol.nstV Stnvvberries si pe-ii Ity
' 1 KEADF STUKEr. M:T V"UK.
HEFKIiESC F:s 'Chatham National Hank,
73 MIDDLE STREET
HARDWARE OF EYEKY DERiPTIOX.;
C3o oVl "nrte n-nA "OMAa C -rrf, . T i m o p 1 c
j te- and dement.
New Heme's Tub ic Itui.ding to llogin
Construction This Month
Washington. 1) ('.. June ., 1
lion. Thomas Settle has soeiinil the
liromi-c of the ConimitUe on Public
Ihiildnu- and lloads to f.voraMv report
the Ihirham public b'.li! bee bil:. The
Wmsi.i u bi'l h:i- a r.-ady luea favorably
reponed an-l tin- Xew Ucnie I iiihlicu' is
to Ik' commenced lh'-s nioi.la.
Th r. iictihiiH bill pr p- -i :
cent rate tlw cu-toin c ! . . . -
at Wi!:i'.'ii'''o:i 1 1 i- Uvi itIi-c. d i e
rui:- r that U o niiii ai.d ! -irv. w v
Vix-ati- of th:s -ii urn-, i i. lea -iv . '..
A .-e-ati" a w :
I luu-e in -i 1 ;ay i
the io"; n .1 a l'i '
S ari.'e-ilit- it-.irn,s
with the sti.t ill; 1
-c. tioll 411 i t' the
lanng the pay o:
mo.i '. a k '.hi' .--
; t xi n:
- io till
. if I
t . rwlin'
ad' i fee
iiated la.- e'i:t
Au inspection of the Congressional
Record from the 4th day of April to the
4th day of M iy inclusive, show- that 220
leaves "of absence were printed the member-
oi' the lb.u-o i : this miuiocr 170
were on acoui.t of -".cknes-. wh.ie ."i0
were on account of important biiiiess.
It is just bireiy po-ible that section 4u
is responsible f'ir the legislative illDess
that is now- prevailing. The members
who to- the mark and suite in their
certificate to the Serjeant-at-arms that
they have kn abfeiit so many d ivs on
accouid of bu?ic.ers and thus foifeil their
per diem tor the time during which they
were away, say that they propose to turn
on the lig"bt and txpo-c taose who have
evaded the law by plenling sickness in
their families. fl:c s'.atemi-nt IV.. m the
Se.ir"cant-at--ir:ns which he will be called
upon to turnis'.i will u.ake mighty in
My nomination ot Charlie Vance to be
a teember of C inures seems to have met
with a hearty endorsement in the Western
part of the State. A number of letters
tro:n strouiT men have bsen received,
p'edgine; themselves to such a plan as an
eminently proj)er tribute both to Ins
father's memory and the young man's
own tuer.t amiability, as his father's
secretary for nbntt fifteen years, he has
become thoroughly familiar with the
method here, and with such subjects as
the tariff, thianoe, etc. than whom no
man was more a mister than "Uur Oi'
Senator Martin has enchered Postmas-
ter Hissidl and Bissell has at last cot the
Preside.it down on him. Tbe "ruaus"
occurred over twenty-sis Kansas post
masters. Bissell wanted to name them
svith tbt assistance of some of his republi
can chiefs and Martin swore, be w ould
name tb'ern or know the reason why.
Thev siy when IJ'ssell ;l'' Martin inter
viewed each other on the subject you
c al l have heard their voics in angry
r intention a. lar as reiu-vi ama .-n e..
and that the lackeys in the P. O. D., weie
nearly frightened to d ath. Martin made
such an appeal to (irover that he won die
fight and the names of bis postmasters
were sent to the Senate.
A Mr. (Jistoti testified to-day that the
loud and earnest conversation lieiweeii
certain Senators and represcnt'dives of
th" -iig-ir ti'.i-t d'-tnibe-l hi- -hiniber.- a:
the Arlington. There has b--n much
talk that it is probableihc whole invest i
iration will luive to begivm to the public
This should be done.
Tbe State bank tax repe d bil will be
forced to a vote lo-morrow. ben. Uci.
Itolierts. of X. C litis been appointed
Consul at Victoria, British Columbia.
The Baptist ricnic.
tuite a crowd of happy Xew Hermans
went down to Morehead oa the Baptist
Sunday Sch-ol pic-nic yesterday morn
ing. Six cars were full, but not crowded so
as to be uncomfortable.
Tiny arrived at Mofeheid at h.ilf past
en o"c ock. After leaving thecals some
w. nt to work to get the dinner ready
which was served in the dining room of
the spacious New Berne House, of which
Mr. J. II. Matin i- proprietor. It being
:i X,-w Berne p-.c--nic, it was. very appro
priate to have the dinner in the Xew
Berne hotel. Mr. Mann was very kind
in granting the ure of the hotel, and all
appreciated this kindness.
Al'.er dinner the happy crowd s .tattered
some to play base ball, some to sail and
lUh. Miiuv weut over to Fori Macon and
enj oved looking at the historic old place,
and gazing at the sublime beauty of the
grand old At lam ic. Several persons ven
tured into its cooling waters, but no one
"forded" it but i he congerial pastor of the
Kvcry b iy -corned to h - lo.poy. and
as no aci ideals o vurred, the picnic was a
Some of those who are continually
shouting for increase in the army and in
the power of the National government
ure doing s i from ignorance: others be
cause they are tiied of a republic, and
Uiiow- what :s the first step to be taken
towards a mouatchv.
Gnmcs- lelcais and
N. v., ( o.,n
NEW BERNF, N C
GUARANTEED, a inic3m
L qii or Lif-11-.p ('ranted - Pel i1 ions
New Roads ( ranted.
The Hoard in : p ;
ment at 10 c, '... ', .
Pres.nl. d..m. - A. '.)
. SmaliwoM.'i. M. II. (
I )rder- d. lh it upon
j ...per I" tla- -!n rill'
.- I the follow, nrun.-d
liquor.- lor -I nn -.1 Il
ls'.) 1. at tin Ii voral
tin y lia inu' lile 1 their
approed as require 1
tit of the
li( (: -e
pi r-on- to retail
endin- Die. :;i.
act s oi l nivini.-.
, qi'n-al ion- dn!v
by law : W in
Colliism. -I. F. Tavlor,
.1. Taylor, .1. V. J1U:
-on, S, .1. L ir.e. Tla.
I'owa'l, 4i".. .'to. D
1! van. S. 1 li a in i ! .
A. S. lhlw o.-.'--. Mo ah
lii'sMili Swert. I-.
:e. I). W. Patlei
. li iw.li ',!. Noah
!o'hi'-s. i ; . W.
.11. T !Vo-. eo...
ix DI-o-WMV. W. II.
Kodnian. 1 1. I) uieii-
.lolinson. e-.l., .1.
burtr. .1. .M. vCr.gh'. .Inn. S. (Jarrett.
After heaiing the petition signed by J.
F. 15. Cwaltney and others, residents of
1st tow nship. tile I ti obtain the laying
out ot' a public i oa 1. beginning at the
, Piney Neck road, and running through
the lands of .latin- i. Wet heringioii am 1
.lames I.. Wcthel'iiiLtoe. and it appearing
: that all per-ons om-i- w hose lands said
road is to past, have had 2" days notice
I of the hearing of slid petithu, and said
I road app-aring lobe necessary and lor
the public beiiCiit, It is n .w
I Ordered. That the petition be granted
an a sod road laid out. an l estaii lsiied ac
cording to law. prov ided that the costs of
laving out siid road h iH'rie paid bv the
petitioners and the collate saved harm
less L'pc.n hearing the petition -iened by
1!. W. L'anith and others, n sideiili of
Willis' Xeck. No. 1 town.-hiii, for a pub
I c road through said Willi- Neck, be
gun. ing at U. W. Smith's avenue on
Harrington's lerry road, and running with
said avenue across K. W. Smith's, then
across the lands of II. 15. and II. P.
Willis, to the old Willis liridge road,
thence with said road, across the lands of
K. 15. Stewart, and others to New road,
then crossing slid road and following
Wilhs' Bridge reiki to the old Willis
Bridge church on Harrington's ferry
road, and it appearing th it notice of the
hearing of said petition had lieen duly
posted. It is now' ordered, that the peti
tion b.5 granted and tbe -dd load laid out
accorumg m ia: i imiura niai . ne costs
'ying out said loa I be paid Vy the
the c uiity
Dr. Leinstcr Dctl'y mule, the following
report which was ordered to be recorded
on th minutis and lilitl with official
"There have been several cases of Ty
phoid lever and some bowel troubles and
other diseases ot minor importance re
ported, but there has been very lttfle
skkmss in the j ill and county pcor
hons Th sanitary nndition of the
public buildiiegs is goo I."
The minutes of the am ting were read
bv the clerk and -ipp:o,d.
' Bills allow;-!.
1! ard adjourned.
Hit l -' Alt
W. F. Foy. .lu Igui -vs
ley. col., house rent I
Fannie Williams k
sl2.fi-1: Irene (fooh-y.c
at ill c. i -c ' . 1 'oy
. si i Ml.- It. G. Mos
'. Siiilhwick, f.,-')!1,
ook for poor-house.
f-5: .1. J. I olsoti. Agent, rations to jmor.
$82(10: Bfadnam .V Brin k, niediciin s to
poor. SHj. 50; Dr. Leinsler Dully, super
intendent of health, etc.. $10. Ob; Small
wood & Slover. goods to p .or house, etc.
$4 20; K. Sniiillwood. goods to poor,
etc., $13.95: James A. Bryan, p. r diem,
etc., as commissioner. $ll.'JO; li. W.
Sm-lhvood. per diem, itc. a- commis
sioner, 9.0d; W. C. Brewer, per diem
and mileage as coininissioui-r, s7.40;
M. II. Catr. per diem etc.. as com
missioner, $6.2t; Janus W. Biddle fees as
clerk. Board Commissioners, etc., ?51.70;
James W. Biddle. criminal and civil jus
tice dockets ordered, for Justices of the
peace. $24.75: W. M. Wat-on. C. S. C.
blank forms and stationery for office $12.
44; C. R. Thomas, professional services in
suit. Poy vs. Craven count;-, $21); W. B
Lane. Sheriff. Beard of Prisoners lor May.
7S25; do., turnkey lees. .0.0o; do., ser
vices of ouc man cleaning jail yard, disinfectant-,
etc. etc , 0.8d; mi., cots, mat
tresses, etc , for jail. $11.hi: E. II.
Lan six days service as officer grand
jury, spring court, 1894. $0; La Fayette
Dudley, Sheriff Jodcs county, serving
State warrants on Rebecca Jones. e ,
110.15; K. E. Harper, juiblishing pro
ceedings and printing court calendars,
$ 15.50.- S. R. Street, examination lunatics
Ella White and Miles Brvun. $0.00: Dr.
('has. Dully, examination of prisoners.
iXc, $lu; S. C. Radcliff, one meal lurnish-
eil jury bv order court, spring term. 194 !
?4.-r)5,- ,Iohn S.itcr. curt uus lov register's
office. -''?; Clias. Reizeustein. 1.000 brick
and canag". $75: N. S. Richardson cv.
Son. printing list-takets notices, Ac,
3 50; M. E. Whitehur.-t. one web brush
for court house, 50 cents; F. S. Ernul, 1
days service as juror, lay ing out Nelson's
ferry road. $1; B. ;A. Spier, one month's
service us keeper Nelson's ferry, $20; T.
L. Wctlicrington. one months service a-
keeper Stnel's terry. $10; llei ry Formes,
repairing fence, town-hip No 1. $13.39;
Sam Berry, repairing fence tawnship No.
3. S3; R. S. Primrose, holding inquest
over ('has. McOerman. A:c., $8: X. C.
Hughes, J. T. 1 1 1 1 ! list i v. Percy Cox. II
P. Williams. C. 11. Richardson and M. .
R. I Ioward. jurors at coroner's inquest.
$1 each; Dr. R. S. Primrose, inquest over
body Henry Aberly. Ac. $7.40: R. P. j
Williams, F. T. Patterson. Stephen Hurtti
P. S. Cox. J. T. llolli-ter. and X. C. j
Hughes, jurors over b dy Henry Abirly.l
$1:K. E. (juidiev, iandor court house.
j $10; G. A. Hill, keeper Clermont bridge,
110, E. A. Ileuth, support Lizzie Wood-,!
: s:i; Diiniel Lane, support Penny Re-pas-. :
Apnl, May and June. $4 50: Win. M. ,
j Watson. ('. S. C. eouit costs, Foy vs. j
commi-.-i' cu rs. , .
Wedn. s lav morning at h
little 1! y Askin-. -on of W
Wmlield of thl- cil v. aged -.
The burl A wit 1 lake p'.ae-r.si-len.e
of Mr, A I fro I G
Nellsc live 1.
, 1 hi
( ' 1-1- c la is irul -, i a iii --Ion- i hi ng ;. r
I ; '.'.l'.''.'".' iJ-..'-'-h-! 1 '" o',- T'
mi I ion in- 'lh- i - .- ; .;. t l1 c oi
; l;,,, :vm','. V
' r.-. edi -s. " c asi. .-i
ol., . -t I.e.: g
1 lo regulate the -' oi ii ic a .i: . i bi.weS and
oive.hc:i!thv p a- the win id ha- ever
ci II. Ii is plei-:rit to th- tue and ab-
-"iutely h.ariii';. --. It ;a I- vc-,--:-: i pat h n
qui--'- pain, c'ii'c- o.. ill: e '. :.ud w:n 1
i - 'Ik . ii . la - le el .-iille-- -; ' - ... M:-
.in. i pi'i-x i n:- c .a i. . - a .ii-. .-.'ti..-- I he I
ehl .1 aial gi'. . - it le'r. -bne and n itur.ii
sh-ep. "7 ( ';ist , nn i- the i h i hen'- panacea
-the niother's Irii nd.
Ca-torl i is put up in one -izu ! 1 1 les only
I 1 1 iii)iii.,h 1 1 1 . t l ii i - jiit .i " i dim
. w 1 .nw ,i ev cry urp,
See that v.m get C-A-S-T-U R-I-A.
The lit '-simile signature ot
is on every w rapper.
PR0( F.EDIMiS ('l)l' MY
T1IIRI) PAKTY TOI U.
What Are They I'p To.' Democrats
Hobnobb) ing Willi Skinner. j
Chun it Aiii:. X. C. .hme ('.. H04.
This j- w hat the old Virginia n.'ro i
w on a I ra: . a - till oil place .ana 1 navi
ii :d a ioiiuh fur- cetting here ai r..- tin
i ou all' . tell lul l1
oi l v, hid.- N- ai
from Cameron, in the
had in his Ark to pre
serve one ol a kind " Xn body has ever1
infringed on this patent.
In billowing the popuii-t orator.
Ilarrv Skinner 'around the State. I find it
ditlicull some inn to '( atch on'" to what
he is up to. I' or mst
In- has struck it i
oriucipal 1 Ictnoerats
i nee. at every place
notice i! do t'-iit the
arc- having long
ivith him. and paying him s.n-b
thev would their own political i
Mo-es. At Wil-on on Sunday a in om
nent Democrat lu Id him in conversational
jur-uice fir -:x or se-?n hfiurs: af Oxford
h.- aiso bad ir, ovation- at Durha n it v.a
the same. :,;id I a ai unable to say positive-
Iy what i- up. farther than that lie
leading lX-mcciats recognise'in the move-:
ment Skinner is le;uling as much of a !
condition as a theory.
His speech at t Klbril Monday w as
nearly three hour- long, but I could send
you no iiccount of it K-oau-e tic V'est.-jn
I'nion Telegraph ('ontpanv r.t I Hirh-un
declined to -end anything rdterSp. m.,
the time I reached there.
Marion Butler spoke- in the court
house at Durham Monday night t;a
crowded house, fully half of whom were
the representative bu-ine-s men of the
The populists are about the fame pro
portion of the country population here as
in the east, ard it is pretty evident they
will have a lull ticket in the field for both
State and county officers. The most of
them are opposed to fu-ion with the Re
publicans, and are confident ot electing
It is also patent that if Col. Skinner is
permitted to dominate the policy of the
party, nothing will be done to jeopardise
white rule in the State.
Skinner speaks here today. The clerk
of the court and the sheriff both called on
him at his room this morning.
A H. TCIIKTT.
I.. VI Kit.
Special by Wire.)
DfRltAM, June 7. Secretary Hoke
Smith passed thiough here at noon to
Raleigh and returned on evening train
going back to Washington. His So re
ta'y, Josiphus Daniels was also with
Henry Bio-ut and Buck Kitchen were
on the same train. Blount to lecture at
Roxboro and Kitchen to make a third
party spcixh atC'oacoid to-moirow. A
wedding party wa- also aboar I and it
was a heterogenous crowd.
Skinner spoke at Pitt.-boro today and
will be nt Coiiconl to -morrow.
A. Hatch ktt.
Iiriiiioi. N . C. J une S.
After following Col. Skinner from Wil
son to the 'mountains, and hearing the
ex iircssions of many prominent men in
all th.- parti, s. I aai-till:tt a'o-sto
'-.- . w i" lie- po , it ica ; -i ; u .t ion.
liii'. two things are evident to my
mind; that Jarvis will lead Hansom for
Senator with the rank and file of the
Democratic party by a large majority in
the section traveled, and that the Popu
lists are gaining ground with an element
that it will be bid policy to sneer tit.
Maj. Guthrie, of Durham, will evident
ly be on the Populist ticket, either for
Judge or Attorney General.
Kitchen. Skinner and Butler, are Con
tending for the first prize at the Third
party commencement exercises, and each
is confident of wearing the medal.
The farmers are busy harvesting a
rather inferior crop of wheat. The last
two mornings have been cold up this way
an.l overcoats were worn with comfort.
Business is dull, and every d iy looks
like Sunday in the little towns between
Durham and Carthage. A. Hatcuktt
Will the State Have a Convict Farm at
Some intimation was given recently of
a disposition being manifested to utilize
the state lands at Dover as : c onvict farm
instead of running a firm by their labor
on leased lam'.
If the State is goicg tii continu the
policy of running a farm with eonvics in
stead of putting them to work oa the
public r-.ails it will be well enough for
the authorities to look into the possibili
ties of the swamp lands which the State
owns at Dover. That pocosin is a fine
one: we are informed that the lands are
a line black loam and if prop"rly drained
would be among the richest in the State,
and of course the convicts could do what
ever clearing and di'ain'rg might be nec-ccs-:iry.
We understand that the work of drain
age can be expe lited by connecting the
drainage system with neighboring creeks
which llo.v towards either river, the
Neiise and the Trent, and do not lack any
great amount of being joined together.
The State owns the lands, and as we
said where the plan of utilizing them was
first advanced, it the State is to farm at
all it is bett -r for it to clear its own lands
and firm on them than to c 'iitinue to
lease lands for the purpose. The State
would then b .- getting the entire benefit of
the labor of the convicts and of whatever
improvement might result in the farm it
s.lf. The Daily Courie - Suspends.
Yesterday the Daily Courier announc
ed its suspension, alter an existence in
Xew Berne of about five months. The
Weekly will be c mtinued under the same
In conducting the Courier Mr. Ga-ki'l.
the .- e.inf and pr.qirle'or, has shown coti--i
h-i-iible z.-al and eiierpri.se, bat the
periiianent esttb'.i-h tient of a. Daily piper
i- no -.nail tin. lei'tak ing. and in this in-
-l.aiiceit was s-on (liseovere
pat: . ..i:i... would n it justify :
ti.-I.-nt length to ge It on a
:i i.l tide inevitable came.
solid I a-i-
"Am I .Ha. i n il or Not.
a-ked Mr A . despondently, "1
my wile is so nervous and nr. Id
that I 1 r
il"iilt s;ay in l he house a inoe cnt long
than I cm li. dp.. My home i-hit what
u-id 'c b ." --vli's. A. is -uih ring fro
-o ne tun tio n.-il derail -.cue nt. I ple-una
-aid P.. "Yes. s;ie has oecil an invalid I.
year-.'' ''Exactly. Her experience
that of my wife, but -he was cured cy Dr.
P.erce's Favorite Prescription. Get this
remedy lor Mr-. , . and tlie Happiness ol
yoii' home will s ion be restored." Mr.
B.. was right. For prala.vsus, jiainf'ul
periuds. irregularities in snort, all com-
plaints peculiar to the female sex the
Favorite Prescription'' is a sovereign ;
1 . , ,
Rupture, or Hernia, permanently cured, 1
or no pay. For Pamphlet and references;
( address. World's Dispensary Medical As- j
I sociation, Butlalo, X. 1 .
V CIIARMIMi MUSICALE.
' E(iiisi(e'y Kendered by erv Heme
ami Visiting Talent.
At s o'elock p. iii. Fri lay the audience
jan to a.-.-emble at the V M. C. A.;
invitation- having been previously sent i
a nio-t ileiigiitlul pro-
All those ta
Ing part, nbout tweiity
wcre ase'i.li'c'l on the
thus doing nwav with the
live in nnnib i
j pacious -tage
! usual appearing from
each p irt
11 of tin-
I -C gi en .
The opt ning pic-e was a
enlivening overture, "Hipp
droine." by j
the Y. M
-.lib a -we
C. A. orchestra, beginning' Berne, made their deci-ion- with a linn
and -niooth rlowing ruidinte ness which fully de i.on -tr.itei I thcfaci
and . nding with a l.ri'ii.-int and t'a-bing
a:.' gretlo movent, nt.
fhu irtet 'Ah.IVInkiiug Star. ' Beyer,
Miss-s Stella Roberts. Ktt-i Xutin. Messrs.
W. W. Koch and II. L. Baylor. It was
a beautiful song with a happy h'eiiding
of male anil female voices.
A piano solo Me Hey, wa.- well
played by Mis.- Maud Gie--n. She pre
sides at the piano with ease and gtaoe
and shows a thorough knowledge ot this
queen of instruments.
R.-citation, "The Angels of Buena Vis
ta." w is rendered by Miss Bessie Tucker.
As on all former occasions. Miss Tucker
was much admired for her natural abili
ties in elocution for it is here that lies sue
cess in all undertakings of this kind. De
part from nature, and true effect is lost
Domanie! Domaniel !" or. ''Ah. Sure
He'll Xe'er Deceive.'' . by Lillo. was a
charming solo sung by Mi-s Emma Sim
mons, in a sweet sympathetic strain that
met with immediate favor.
The first part of the programme closed
with another line rendition '-Love's
Sigh waltz," Baker, by the orchestra.
A violin solo by a Xew Berne young
ladv, was bailed with inii'-h delight Miss
Lulie Ives, with exqr.isite grace and artis
tic skill rendered upon this entranc'iig
stringed instrument, that beautiful melody
"Anna Boleua," by Alaid.
Misses ( 'lemeutine AVhitford and .Mabel
Hughes did credit to themselves in a
piano dnet ''La Chase Imtcruale," by
Celebrated Mark Twain's writings are
always enjoyed, but how bis "Experience
With European Guides'' was elevated in
the estimation o''the audience last night,
would have astonished Mark himself. It
was recited by Miss May Hendrcii.
An instrumental quartet upon the
autolnrp. Miss Clarita Clark; guitar, Miss
Augusta Crapon; harmonica, Mr. Clar
ence Cr.ipon: banjo. Mr. Haris Lane. It
carried its full share c t appreciation,
Mr. B. W. Herring Home Sweet
Home" as a piano solo. It was well
played and one of the very best arrange
ments, by Gottschalk. the eminent South
ern composer. f
"The Bridal of the Birds" could scarce
ly have been more beautilully rendered.
It was sung as a femalii quartet Missis
Roberts, Koch, Xunn and Clark.
The orchestra closed with one of its
best good night selections Mia Bella by
Roeder, and the large, cultured, and ap
preciative audience, left for their homes,
apparently well pleased.
The accompaniments were most excell
ently rend, red by Misse3 Carrie Clavpool,
Sadie Whitford and Agnes Foy.
F'ew more enjoyable .occasions have
ever been given in X'ew. Berne.
Auother Pleasant Dy at The Lake.
We ure .in formed of another days sport
on Catfish Lake, with fine results, by the
PuUoeksville young men. A. L. Bryan,
V. A. Bender, Wade Bender and
One of the dogs firs: found an old wild
ciit and two young ones in a hollow log.
Both the young ones were ki'led at one
shot, but the old one sprang out and made
her escape seemingly uninjured.
Three deer w'ere started by the hounds
only one however, came near enough for
one of the hunters to get a shot at him
and he was missed. All the deer by tak
ing to the water succeeded in eluding both
the dogs and the hunters.
Herons were found on the island, half
a dozen killed, and a portion of them
used in the midday meal.
Fishirjg was engaged in in the afternoon
and among the fish caugtit were a flound
er and two pin fish, varieties never found
in the lakes before, tor which cause the
sportsmen deemed them worthy of being
taken around and shown to their friends.
Another party engaged in a successful
fox hunt secured master Raynard after an
Roanoke Colony Memorial Association.
From the article following, taken from
the Baltimore Sun, it will be seen that
this Association is now fully organized
and incorporated. Its charter is recorded
in Chowan county; tbe site of old "Fort
Raleigh" has been bought and paid for,
and it now remains only to adorn it in a
fitting way, and dedicate it as a la-ting
memori d ot the birth-place of Anglo
Saxon civilization on this continent. To
Dli is the Association will at once address
itself and lor this purpose some tuidU
tional means are still required. The
s.hari s of the capital stock of the Asso
ciation, ten dollars (?lo.) each, can be
had of any of i ts officers mentioned:
The Roanoke- Colony Memorial Asso
ciation was permanently organized
at a meeting held at the home
of Prof. Edward Graham Davis, sgl st.
p. ul street. The object of the associa
ih.a is t i pr.--! : rve and kc p m ord-r the
old fort on Roanoke Island. N C.
where Sir Walter Raleigh ph.nl d th
lir-t English colony :n
1 .".So. The property was
t'.i- country m
i iu red s-veral
months ago turough suh-ciiptjons from
side s n X'otth Caro'in i and a iiiia.b r
I'l'ot'SSO D:es V a- l! el'-ii .in -idellt
;l--o ill: i e '
.f Ed. libc
ho. Jo. ,11
N. C .
S. 15 ,-
N. C .
r 1 1
is ; Ch
treasurer. It wa- deemed that 1 rulessoi
raw up :i con-titution and
j The coat of arms uf Sir Walter li ileigh
was adopted for the eal . -f the :i-si..cia-
turn. It was decided to I : . I . ' a meeting
at the old fort August Is next, w hich
will he the anniversary of tie- birth of
Virginia Dare, the first English child
born in this country.
(;en. Russell Alger has been elected
president of a railroad, but he has not
given up hopes of another Presidency.
I5ASE BAI L AT MCREIIEAI).
A Splendid Game Rot ween New limi ne
and Our Neighhor'M'i y by the Sea
.Morehead Wii.s ,n a ( I se
The game wa- one of ilc nm-t on cl
ient ones ever witnessed In ti.i--.i ii n
for some tine.. As is ahvav-. then- weic
some errors, but looking at it li'o n a
eeneriil stand-point it w i goo,l ball pi ly
ing by both s.d. s.
There were mx inning- m which no. a
single New JJcn- m m cro c I the plate.
and such -is- the ca-e al-o with the
Morehead City boys,
The umpire.--. Mr. Will Webb of M ir-
he-'id City iin-.l W. T. Mcl'ai' liv. ot'N.-v,
i that they knew what they wcie d on
rder at th- roirid
exceptiot, g )od. and
was the friendly jokes
both teams notable not
word being rpoken on ei
I )ur ttam was met at
of the boy from
one singh- angry
Ihe t : tin by a
committee from the home team
coned to apartments at tin: Nh
I i --
After the game, the Xew Berne boy s
were Ushered into the dining ball, where
the two teams di 1 ju. tice to one of the
most elegant and sumptuous repa-i - t hat
that goo. I host ever prep.r. d- then
cigars, after which our boys were iintruet
e 1 to get their be-t airls and
repair to the docks where two
sail boats awaited the n, a sol I Fn.l
Macon and the surt comnleied I a.- d .y,
the pleasure of which wa- prin ipiby
due to the hospitality of lh p. r.i-ct g. n
tleuien that compose the Moivbeail City
Base Ball team.
THE (i.WIE 11V INMNCS.
1 2 3 4 5 0 7 is 9
1 0 li 0 1
2 ii 3 0 ,
j Kinsev Heminarv Commencement
Kinsey Seminary C'ommene .'men' w
began Tuesday the ti h ins', end.'!
On the morning of die last d. y Rev.
F. D Swindell D. P., Presiding Elder,
delivered nn address, which is spoken of
in the highest terms.
The speakers subject was "Self-culture''
and as central idea, he dwelt st ougly
upon the fact that woman's sphere her
true sphere is the home. Mr. Swindell
was introduced by Miss Si'.lie Parks. who
did so very pleasantly.
In the afternoon essays were read, and
so good were they that it was the gener
al veidict they would each and every one
have done credit to regular writers.
Mi-s Lida Best had a g"od one on
Two days in the Life ol Napole. n "
Miss Fannie Harp.u's de-ctiptive tic
cut was exercised well on "I'p and fii-ui
the Danube"; Miss Mary Stanton's inter,
esling scientific paper on '-Crystals" was
strongly complimented by the cultured
hearers; Miss Florence Speigh. in "A
Young Girl-graduate's views of Politics
and the Present Situation." showed
more familiarity with the public
questions of the day than would
haye been expected of a young Itc'iv, and
her essay, beiii'r appropria'e to t ho times
was remarkably well receive I: Mi-s
Alice Ivey had a difficult su j ot in
'German music" but gave go id informa
tion there-ii pleasmg'y t .1.1; Mis4
Sallie Parks in her "Class Prophecy '
showed good discernment and reasoning
as well as of imagination. Last
ly we will say that Miss Alme'a
Kennedy's essay on 'Bright Skies anil
Dark Shadows" was well written. Tee
laairuage was chaste a id elegant, and it
showed a degree of descriptive p-uer v
do not often get in such cH'.-r : V.i ;
Parks in her 'class prophe " m ic Mis-j
Kennedy an authoress.
The presentatio ' f gra in -.ting cei tili- ,
catia were also d - :n the aft.-. no m. i
The class cons::u i of Misses Aliue'.a j
Kennedy, Lida Lest, Fanny Harper, j
Mary Boggs, Alice Ivey, M n y S-anton. I
Florence Speight, Sallie Park-. Alice
Sanders and Minnie Rice
The concert at night eh is. d tke years
work. It opened with a piano quartette, j
and admirable selections of l oth vocal j
and instrumental music tilled up the,
evening. The music was from the gr.ital .
old masters, and some of the renditions
were regarded as among their grandest.
Xearly two hours time was consumed
in these delightful exercises, and at their
close nearly all nresent remained about as
much longer, enjoying the beauties of the ' -pupil's
handiwork in the art department,
and in social pleasure. J
Hundrels of people came from thesur - 1 (
rounding country to tlie commence i.enb j
insomuch that the chapel would not ho'-l '
them all. Prof. Kinsey expects lu build
a larger one next year. He has had the
largest school this
looks forward t
better next veir.
year he ever ha i i
doing equal 'y wa i I
A New Berniau for the Alabama Leg
islature. We note with pleasure the nominal : m
of our former townsman, Captain Hamil
ton C. Graham, to represent the county of
Dallas in the L'-gi-i iture of Alabama.
The childhood and youth of C'.pt.Iii
Graham Weie p..s-. d in Xew Berne,
whence he removed in the sirti 'nn ol li)5
to settle in Alabama. lb- is a graduate
of tne University o. I'hipel Hill, and
served throughout the l it war iu which
at the battle of Gaines' Xi ill. he was
severely wounded in various capacities,
from private Captai 1.
It wid ). ronem bor-d that (o.-iln
.'ere ! th
s -If j ( t
Meinoiia! Day. 1,-135.
his old ( 'oh. .1. Joli is' oa lVt; , .
1 1 is on.- of -a hi i-i of lea t .c-1 cti.-.,-given
to Ai.d-aiii i i.y N"..nh t' u'oi-n ,.
Our Worthy Comity I -ea-ni. r
Iln. .lut'KXAi,: Your Cow- ci.rn-si .a
lieut n.en: iou- lac name.- . .f I h roe of uur
worthy and efricient county oflieials, a,a -
I ing o,ut our worthy and . Hi
. Thos. Daniels, no doubt he
g.gt to n.. u
Mr Daniels makes :l go.. 1 treasurer and
I can heartily en-hii-i- the paragraph in
report of the Ch lirnian f ihe 15 .ard
of County Commisiioner-. ns to correct
books and accounts and I will add limber
that you can always get your claims cash
ed il be has any nionsy on hand, no shav
ing of county claims. He makes a treas
urer clear out of sight.
.ss,()0() for Court and Jail Expenses
.,000 for a 1 Others Make
Hie Prisoners Work.
Tin- , . port ol the Bmrd of ( Join mis-ion
if- o the Magi -I lal . s of 'raon county
1 a I ' -t t wi i e r - :i u : nteie- : -
U in II'. Worthy ,.; ; Iy oi se'.'ei.i.
nts We w'll this 1 1 1 o -' 1 1 , u g 1 1 i i a 1 1 e to
o:i" of them to 1 iriiig squarely i..
in hnls of the p -ople what the exji.-ns- is
in running th" county licit bear- th'- he . ;
e-t upon them, that cat- up most tae
We dijiibt not that some who even read
lh report wiM he surprised to learn that
the expense of Court and Jail is grea'er
; I i , a .-very I li i eg els..' combined.
In round nil i.bei- the, expense of the
I n. irtin- t of Justice in the ear ls'.ej
-.el w ,- .-ss .i.io while every otle r cxpen-
co i, bo, 1 . 1 wa- in round numb --s una
sh.iiiiO A'" ut the same proportion mi
ni la-' ye ir. though in slightly r.-duce I
figure- -xaetly $7.0-; r,iVu ,s expend -d
then for the depart to nt ot .lu-t ic ( ini hid I
i ing the iail fees and .mlv s l.e.tlO.'jO
other matters of running expense, in. hi I
ing the cost, of surporting the poor, keep
ing up bridges, etc.
'I'hls is a surprisingly good neor.l ot
c .in incil a Iministration as f ir as the
ordinary running expense is incurred, but
when a man thinks of the taxes he has to
pay on account of court scrapes, and to
maintain worthless crimin lis in idleness
in the. jail it is enough to make him wi-h
lor something In be d ne both to h s.-,.:1
the expense and to make the v icious eh -I
ment dread more than they do now and
j to cause t ii- in to lie of some benefit to the
! public while they are being punished.
H e aie very glad U see that investiga
tion is being made by the authorities
along the line est iblishing a work house
and of making the jailbirds work the pub
Wc I olievo in making the crim'iials
ke p up tile roads and streets as far as as
tlity can do it. There will be some ex
pense connected with it but it wi'l not
cost as much to have an ..yer-eer with
them as it would to hire hands to do th
work or to have it done otherwise,
Under the present arrangement we
have the expense, and absolutely no re
turn for it. Put those confined in jail to
work on th.; streets and whatever good
comes from their labor the tax-payers
will have th: benefit of.
Tiie case of Kate E. Johnson vs. tin
K. C. L. tV R, R. company resulted in a
mistrial, the jury failing to agree.
The jury in the cas? of the New Hume
Sewing Machine company vs. W. R.
Barriiigton. rendered th.-lbllon ing replies
to the I--U.S submitted. I- the de
fendant inf.' t. d to the pln'nt'.ir '. An
swer, Yes. IIov much, if anything ''.
8195.58. Is the plaintiff indebh-d to the
defendant by re ison of the breach of con
tract ? Ye-, If so, how much? An
The billowing cas,.s were tried :
Calvin Smith vs. A. & X. C. R. Ii. Co.
j Jud-gine.it in favor of plaintiff.
C. II. Richardson vs. The Royal Society
of Good Fellows. Judgment in favor ol
plaintiff for $1 500.
May Hayes vs. Jas. B. Gardner. Plain
tiff takes a judgment of new suit.
John J. Taylor and Ma Taylor vs.
George II. Simmons. Judgment in favor
Ha ge't vs. Simmons. Judgment for
$10.1 in tavor ot defendant'.
Gordon vs. Dickinson. Judgment for
plaintiff and continued.
Clman. 11 lykin x; Co. vs.
Vcr ii: I in favor os plaint il)'.
Ill - v ami Lamll'en vs.
S 1. Cohen.
Verdh ! i l favor of plaintiff.
Piie-s y-. E. Cohen. Action to
aside a -s'gninent. Argument on dm
' e finished this morning.
The case of Priess vs.
C'oh. ,.. to s0t aside assignment, resulted
ill a mi.-lri.d on ing to the failure of the
jury io agree
Taylor vs. Simmons. Moti.ui f.r a
new ir'al. Motion over-ruled. Appealed
by dct. :al .nt. Notice waived. Judg
ment -i I.
1 1 v iii Smith vs. Ralph Gray, ct als.
Yer ect in favor of defendant.
Watson vs. Holton. Judgment for
defendant, A. R. Ilolton, guardian.
Tingle vs. Rue. Report of Referee
M. D W. Stevenson, confirmed and
Clarence Delalield vs. Lewi- Mercer
'.instruction Co. Report ol I.eccv.T
ppl'fived and filed.
mil Koads IMust Come.. j
The Jocksai. has said so much on j
t :(. -ubieet of the need of better roads for i
i ' i- eii county that it must neccessarily be
vhc-tnuiy " to cur readers, but that as it
may. we expect to ukcep tit it" until then.
is s in,, pnh'ir
step taken to bring about -I
The .i'e-eiii system i- all
sCiU' e'v of any coti-i-queni a
never will b as long :c ii
at all a
( hi a miller page we copy au ext
article on the subject well worthy of per
. u-:d and deserving of consideration
The Durham Sun ist-awake on.the -Mine
line a nd a few of It- id-:i- would i"'t I "
ami It says that a loiinty withmt
roa I- will remain undeveh )e. I, it- hidden
tieasures strod utvuy.
Where poor roads prevail
el-e i- very ;i)t to be poor,
i'arnn r ami merchan..
If two horses haul tie- i. a I
wagon haul the Iuad of two.
bar h-ss haul the lo..d of ' a . .
I've lor two
land val ue i - t" iiii-r.-a-t; tin a 1 inland-.
Kxpel'lcuce luls shuw oi laat tin
of ground is in direct ratio lo th
condition of the streets or run Is
A road system is the means ut im-ibt-i-ting
Inter-communication is the luck bunc
j of business, (iuod public road.- an- the
primary necessities of civilized lib- and
Pi ked-l p" Ity The Journal Which la
A i ways in "The Swim"
I lice were more nassin.'prs limn naiml
rc w civ more nassi refers
.1 through last night,
lot. iie.nl -ea-on is (
It means that
he Stab riiivia-itv has conferred lh
aoi-iiry degre.- of Doctor of Laws upon
. .'ir townsman, Hon. A. S. Seymour, an
i.'ii'.r worthily bestowed.
C ijit. W. II. Rogerson. a conductor in
lays on th A. A: X. ; Railroad, remains
quite sick nt his home on South Front
-no- I, mar tl c foot of George street.
II den White, ;i colond pauper of un
sound mind, wa- soul back to Onslow
1 :ii,ly. 1..- bom- yeslerday. Deputy
S i i .11' LaRoipie in charge.
M -ss-s. . , Da-.'-a id Jasper W
W o . I h., e I a i ne. I a pa 1 1 ii i hip to carry
mi :i genera t, nning ims ne-s. They are
I c itc 1 in tin- old E. M. Pavie building
on Bi'oa I stieet. We wish the young
i,:cn -in c- s-.
At lie Bertie con ,l Republican con
vu.t on held Wivbies.lay. solicitor G. U.
"1 1 il ' -I
'am o '.
s ii 'iii;nab-l as ( 'ongresMman
o id di-tric), and R. V. Will
f N "a B rne was nominated for
a I..;-. 1 1,
so ond jud.cial dist-
Tic- Ch.iirman of Cue Board of County
Commisslo ::crs nshs u- tu correct a mis
take in name whiih he inadvertantly
made in the portion of the report relating
to the register of deeds office. It was
Mr. Stephen B. Forbes who was register
i for lil' y years. insUad of Mr. James
st.m'y Mi. Si.iniy was clerk of the
An Mb r -bii r ait eh- on those most
i'g'ilar i h iracb i's. the Siamese twins,
w It I..- fnind on another p lge. -It cover
the w hole- perio I of their life their birth
and boyhood day s in their native land,
their w iniierliigs when upon exhibition,
and their career when they married and
settled a id died in North Carolina.
In the April number of the Xorlh Car
olina M' die d Journal is a loDg article
iiboui "Tin- Situation in Xortli Carolina
r.s io de Me.laai Profession," by Dr. II.
. Hyatt. It is a tUoughtlul article and
contains much food for thought upon the
part of duct irs. says tbe Kinston Free
Mr. J. L. Hahn was in our office yes
terday with good cars of early corn, six
weeks variety. He in.'orms 08 that Mr.
C. R.iizenstein had both corn and ripe
p. tii las or dinner the previous day, and
that they would have had the corn two
weeks ago but for the freez-. That which
is now maturing was planted just before
the fre. c came and was not up then.
The li--' ol mi ing was au inch or two
high and was destroyed.
It is very pleasing to the tax payers
that the report of the Chairman f tho
Board of County Commissioners made, v
such a good report financially that the
magi-'fat s onji re 1 it published in pllRttl
p'et form. By next year the county is
expected to be out of debt except as to the
bunded debt and that is being reduced
several thousand d dlars every year and .
will soon lie paid off. It h as al ready boon
reduced one him lid thousand dollars
les.-, leaving old-.- :ib ut forty six thou
sand dollars to I a: paid.
Why is it that some people in spite of
all that can-be said, send anonymous com- '
municalions to newspapei s V Even if tlie .;
w riter had never seen au -announcement ,
that the nfmie of the author of anything
inserted ill a piper is al ways wanted, it -would
seem that ones' own judgment and
reflection would cause him to realize
that tin- name is always wanted. It is at.
h as! much due to a newspaper as in ,j
correspondence sent to an individual.
Bui it does not seem to be so realized,
and we sometimes leave out articles in
themselves worthy of appearing simply
because the w riter failed to let himself be
known. The name is not wanted neces--irlly
for publication, but because the .
source i. f everything published should be .
known in the office.
State Sunday-School Convention.
The Thirteenth Annual Convention of
the Stite Sunday-school Association,
will be held iu Durham. August 21st,
-Mud and 'gtkl, next. Bishop W. W.
Duncan of the M. E. Church South, will
deliver th.- opening address Tuesday
nighi. "Ii. Wm. R -vnolds of Peoria, 111.,
the l'iehl S.ij.crinteiiili-nt of the Interna
tional '-hiii. lay '-school Association, will
attend and c- nt r.bute largely to the in
terest of t he convent i"n.
Steps have been t ak"n to arrange for
Prof. II. M. Hiimill, Superintendent of
Nurnial work of (he Illinois Sunday
School A-soclation to be present with us,
but c uKirii .; i.- In doubt. The convn
tioii will be attended bv a prominent
primary worker, iir.-bably Miss Anna
i-'o i, ot Mi lupins, Tenn. The best
sii .'i it - w-.n.-r- ot trie state Will
attend :ia-i take .a it in t he exercises and
work of the convention. Altogether it
can -ale 'y be promi-. .1 the Sunday school
people of the Stale, the best convention
they haye cv . r had. A jMogramme will
bo pre pare. I and published in proper
A i :!- .:
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ma't -r- ol
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r w . i ,- i - a d by the local
I i I .. . . a, bracing all
.l- 'a . v .; I , "i i.irii province,
: i ii'.-, . .option of dcle
e . h. . 1 - .-' in -t Iy desired
i . ,t . c . . t . I. ii Io hold con
. , c , ..inly o! tbe slate,
e or. tary, "V. IL
a:, v. h. ti the date for your
- i- e a 1 1. i , i led upon.
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'.,.- i. : e I he
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out -J os. and 1,400
i,N . . : :( ;so packages.
to: lh - : ot' ) ,,. Ihe
. I lh.- shipment
' ' lie ti guns l'i IMI)
1 i is . ha -hot t.this
i ,i . . i I e " ' - m i k i ug up for it, and
in tu. --ad v. e hi ih bo a good showing.
Wi hoir.l large truck. -r remark a
day ot iivu ago that HI spite of the cold
sua)) and dry Jspell he bud nut had a single
crop this Reason on which he had losV