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NEW BERNE, If. C SEPT., Gtu 1801
; CITY AND VJ'JINITY.
. ' ' Bev. J. W. Rose has b eu appointed to
' fill the vacancy ('. V. Richardson as
" school committeeman of the 3d district -the
Alt sera. . Goo. X. Ires & Son take the
libel case against The Lakes Cruiser up
to Federal . xmrt. They promptly gave
. .IvmkI and had the steamer released from
Mr. Bryan Gaskins whs buried at the.
. Canity burying gr-and near his home.
Key H. W. Winfield and R.v. A. J.
' Bolton officiated at the funeral. It was
- largely attended.
Meetings bavt been held through last
l week In the Method'st church at Dover.
. Tiro cooversiona have resulted Iron.
them. The pastor is being assis' 1 lv
'Mr. Danel HendersoD, who recently
ussioel severe injures by stepping from
moving train of the W. N. & N. R.
bt improved snfficently to lw moved
' from Jacksonville to his home at Stamp
Sound. The change was mxdo Saturday.
Mr. James M. Briiis-m has been nonv
r.aied by btn wii.s of the Democratic
. party of Colorado for tte position of At
torney General. Hurrah for Jim and
. hurrah for Nevv Deme. Her native boy9
make their mark ti -ever lhey g".
Mr. Qill IIumiiI.h v pan I a dyiug v.s.t
to the city e-MBia.4 iu . a 'he fitibt and
rAaratng -when ' kl. fcr Wilmington,
lie is now puclcicg u( the stock which he
baa in Wilmington and by next week will
. bare it all at his, uB g Ike's" be iJquart
' era in tbia city.
There i a new king u the turf, It is
C. J. Ilamlin'a woodeiful pacer Robert
J. Nancy Dawks record is 01. A
- Wavne Pridav Robert J. finished u mile
" la S03. This i the greatest record in
lhs town of eight harness racing. Ills best
Uiue before was 2.-04.
Rev. W. W. Lewis has just closed a
. nns-tmij at Aiitioch church which resulted
iu six additions. The baptism was yes
terday moraing. One ot thote baptized
was -an old lady 78 Tears ot hot. Mr.
Lewis wifl pre h in the Free Will Bap-
tat church ot New Berne on Monday
night, 10th insi. fie passed through last
night t preach t Cmatan.
: The ateauier "The Lakes Cruiser, was
. libelled by Capt. Thou. Parkins for sea-
- raaa's wages, oa account of a difference of
- npiakm as to the amount due for bring-
in-; her to the city. The case was tried
' before E 6. Hill, Esq .judgment ten
dered for plaintiff and the boat placed in
custody ofDepoty U. 8. Marshal W. B.
IXr. Henry Iiellen who movetl here
from 6t U ton two montiis ago, to more
eaaily olOain medical attention, Ixang
afflicted with consumption, died St-iday
' at If ra, CI F. Willis' boardinjr house and
. was borieu yesterday, Rev. Rufus Poru
. officiating, Mr. Hellcn leaves a wife and
ninll child iu indigent circumstances.
Frauds ami near neigh! ors knowing of
lheir eliC'Jmstances come to their a id and
utrilulel liberally for their needs.
v It is indent a pleasure to believe that
yoa are living in one of the beat little
cities that there is to be fouod, bat when
that belief is proclaimed by a visitor and'
stranger, this pleasure is multiplied.
A . geotiema from Virginia remi-rked
yesterday that Xew Berne was next to
the prstt'-est and cleanest town he bad
rw seen. ' The state of Massac husev '
.fcelif first claim, he said, but this ws
Rev. W. II. Trainam preached twe
able sermom at the Church of Christ Sun
day. - The subject last night wa "The
City of Refuge." To-night be will tilk
a "The Importance of Small Thing?."
Mr. Traiotm v quite a vouag man, and
fojl of zeal and earnestness in the cause
is which he hat enlisted. Tbe congrega
tion is endeavoring to secure him as pas
tW here. He will preach again tomor-
- row night, and possibly through the re-
- mainder of tbe week.
rreped Xew Steamer Line.
There is a movement oa foot for a new
Xorthern steamer line from Xew Berne.
W understand that if it is established it
will be oa a thoroughly solid basis
.ample capital being back of it.
The anticipated consolidation of the
two steamer lines now doing business
here was what originated the idea of tbe
Twe Caaatarlelten Arrested.
Two negro men, Dempaey Eboru and
Trank Fanning were arrested and tried
lie&re E. 6. Bill, U. S. Commissioner,
Testerdaj, on the charge of passing coon
terftiet United States coins nick lea and
salver dimes and quarters. 1 he evidence
was conclusive as to Ehota sod he was
placed in jail in default of $500 bond.
Fanning was held for trial this morning.
Policemen Brioson and Toler fcrrttted
oat and arrested the offenders. Their
Jtotne being raided, the dies which they
flsed in mould'ng tbe coin were faiud and
also material to coin enough of t he bogus
money to last on an average a year.
Some of the coin were very good imi
tations. Up"u others a ,;tt'e roubnes
could be easily deled 1.
Armiatead Jones, col., was tried Satur
day before 8. R. Street, Esq., and bound
4rer to Pu peri or court in the sum of one
hundred dollars, on the charge of stealin;
beeswax from J. D. Dinkins.
Jones sold the wax to E. B. Ilackburn.
Vr. Hackburn seat it down to Mr. Din
kins to rc-sell it and Mr. Dinkins recog
nized it as a piece he had bought the pre
vioua day and sent it over bv Ca?iir
'Williams, col., to where he keeps bis
purchases in this line stored. T'e next
known of it was when it was offered for
Jones told two stories about its coming
iato his poesef aion. the last being that he
bought it lrom Ccesar. Ciesar is held as
Death or Miss Berth a Willis.
Miss Emma Henderson re-em- J a te'e
nni snaonncing the death, on Monday
at Fayetterille, of Miss Bertha Willis,
daughter of Bev. R. A. Willis. She died
of hasty consumption.
M'ja 0 Bertha was onlv about fifteen
-vi-sra of a7e. but owine to her father's
having filled the pastorate of Centenary
M. E. Church, this citv. for four years
MlssBeUha was quite well koown in
Xew Berne ami was well liked by school
jiVAtrs, - teaches and acquaintances. She
was the winner of tbe scholarship prize
at tbe Collegiate Institute, and Professor
Adams remarked of her when presentmg
it, that never bad he h id a better pupil
than Miss Bertha.
' The lamily h ve the sympathy of this
community m tbe lone of their Wright and
jirotaijing child who was just bukling in
to a useful Christian womanhood.
a NEW ENTERPRISE.
Messra. Geo. . les ic Son 10 Go
Largely Into the Fmit Growing
Messrs. Geo. N'. Ive is: Sou have de
cided to establish an orchard and vine
yard on a scale somewhat extensive for
this section upon their farm at Newport.
They made the order lor the trees, vines
and plants yesterday and will set (hem
out this fall.
They willbave twenty acres io peaches
eight in pears, four in apples, two and a
half iu plums, eight iu grapes, four in
Wilson black lierries, two in strawberries
and will probably put in some raspber
ries. They will also raise Japanese wal
nuts and olhcr choice nuts.
In number they will have 2000 peach
trees and nine varieties; 900 pears and 13
varieties; 350 apples and 9 varieties; 250
plums and 4 varieties
The varieties will exiend through the
season early ami late of the different
species i t. uit. an I the gentlemen in -nd
to raise both tor the northe l iid local
We are glad to see this indu-'ry devel
oping. There are certain mi ls t .) which
this section is specially adapt 1 and we
believe it will prove a very lucrative Ui-i-ness.
The elder Mr. Ives is a man !' . -gresaivc
ideas who has made a mi. ot
whatever he has undertaken ar..t we !ik
to se liiru succeed iu this instance ;i so.
Tli. Firemen's Tournament.
The Ikjm ntilul championship belt pre
Sent. d by the State Firemen's Asociu.t;on
was wou by Gieensboro. The distance
run was 300 yards 200 below the hy
drant and 100 above. Gre'-r -bora's time
was 50 ? -ouds. Salisbury's one minute.
T grab leel race 100 yards was won
bv (5 rt nsborv; time 26 seconds.
.nsbury was the victor in the hand
reel rce ot S H) yards making the race and
thi-oaing water in 45 seconds, thereby
w'ining the first prize of $40. The
Grcensbjro company were the fastest run
ners but lost by their coupling blowing
off tbe hydrant.
The Winston Hook and Ladder com
pany raced nahist asso.iation time lor
the championship gold modal and $35 in
cash, luey 1 3at the previous i iute by
one second and won.
The horse reel ruje was considered the
"crowning event.'' Greensboro won in 56
Winston Co, No 1 Deceived the silver
Umnpet which was awarded by vote
to the most popular company. The
Winston Co. got 542 vote?, Salem
Rough & and Ready 538.
Tho quick steaming time. 3 minutes
and 17 sccoudis made by the Atlantic Com
pany of New Berhe was the quickest ever
made at a tonrnament- Every other com
pany took more than tonr minutes, from
minutes, f om that up to more than six
minutes. The other bojs cant understand
what it is thkt enables the New Berne
engines to be so much quicker than any
other every time.
(iid Scho.d Openings.
The New Betne Ai.idemy opened
Mond-ty mbininu ifith 132 pupils against
oa'v 75 the hist i'v of last v-.ir. A
vjry good increa). Edevan more entered
Tlie Collegiate iDSvitut openel with
83, showing about the sa-or propor' on
of gai i ovtr last year ,.s tlie Academy
did, and the uu liber u us still further m
e:ensei.l yesterday. M my will come in a
little liter. It somehow seems tl it a
iu'l school cannot I obtained here until
a few weeks after it begins.
I'oof Mendenhxll has taken hold of the
Ios.l.nte in deid 'iiaest, secured a good
(a'luil apd is working hard to make it
such a school as New Berne should have
We bespeak for him the heaity co-opera
tion of all citizens He deserves the suc
cess which we believe be will achieve
Cominic and Goinc.
Mr, Dempsey WohI, of Falhng Creek,
passed through eu route to Morehead City
to join a party of friends there 'n a fish
ins frol"'" The psi.y corsls's of Mr.
Wood, Mr. and Mr. Wm. L. Kennedy,
Mr. John M.. Mcwbe.ae r id Mr. r nl Mrs.
M. H. Wooten.
Prof. G. T. Fauell, who .s been
spending some time at Swarsboro. came
up en route to Bayboro.
Rev. C. G. Vardell, wife rnd fhild re
turned from Blowing Rock.
Capt. Geo. W. Wal J -ice went down to
Morehead to visit relative.
Mr. and Mrs If. B. Duffy retu. led
from Mt. Airy.
Mr. John Simmons, of Pollocks, lie
who lias 'oeen spending some time tit
Black Mouutaiu and Connelly springs
came up en route to his home.
Miss Ina Kiiiscy of La Q.ange, who has
been visit;ag f. lends in Onslow county,
passed through to her home. Miss Mai y
Boggs of Catharine Lake and Miss Del'a
Marine of Marines, accomparied her to
enter Kinsey Seminary wl 'ch re-ojiened
Mr. Thos. Simmons from near Pollocks
ville, left to rc-;uter the State University,
and Mr Char ie Scott of the city, the whi
ner of two gold medal at the A & M
college, left to rt-enter that institution.
Mr. Joshua Dean, of Pamlico, is in the
iiry ou his way to Massachu-ctls. He
Ue saya the cops in his vicinity are good,
lars. Joe Kinsey left on the steamer
Xeuse to 1 sit her mother. Mrs. W. H,
Pennell of Philadelphia. Miss Fannie
Holland left with her to also visit Mrs.
Pennell. Mr. Jos, Kinsey left on the same
steamer to visit h's brother Mr. Wm. Kin
sey of New York.
Mr, C. R Thomas lefc for Kinaton ye.
terday on a professional business trip
returning last nigrit. ue is commissioner
i f tile Court t.i mike sale of the valuable
John C. Woo1 en plantation In L-noir
County. Tiie sale was effected Messrs
Oeltiner Br. s. of Kmston being the pur
Mr. John C. Whit'y and family and Mr
T. .1. Turuer and family who have
been visi. "12 a K n-ton returned home
Mr. Sam 1 Parson and family, who
have been visiting relatives at the Jy.rVts
reform.! home yesterday mo.ning.
Miss M.urgie Lane of the cilv. Miss
Lilian Fowler from the opposite side of
Xeuse river, and Miss Ella Lane of Bel-
luir, left Tuesday morning to enter
Greensboro Foraaie college, and Mr.
Harry Marks left at the fime time to en
ter Horner's school, Oxford.
Miss Msmie H-iy who has beun visit ig
in Kinston passexl through to isit reLa
tires in Carteret t County.
Mr. John Chadwick who has been
pending tlie summer at Beaufort, hi
home, came up yesterday to visit relatives
in rew Uerne about a week. He will
men return to Atlanta where he Hist
spent a ye. r and a half.
The tomb of Moliammed is covered
with diamonds, saph res and rubies, val
ued at 10,000,000.
THtHE BRA.Y MELONS.
Attracting Attention in Several Slates
From the Journal .Notice The
Gannt'et Thrown Down to the
State of Georgia to Compete
With C. at Atlanta
Ed. Joe .NAI.: So. lie few weeks ago
at the opcivng of on;' nu-'.on season, your
Local ;a sjuwh of 'ms worthy of men
tion, irave :ncident;d'y one or two sltoi.
notices in 1'ie columns of the Journal of
some vc.y fine melons that were raised
ind oeiog marketed lv Mr. Char
These notices did nt l.x-al
to sf.y. create any grent
among our citizen3, a - they
or many of them at :ca-;. I
customed when they wislR
IV. allow us
o to -peak,
i' i ! m ac
nice in the melon '! to make tln-ir pnr
chasa of Mr. Bray wlu-never he l:ad any
on the uiarket. It seems however your
brief unties went f:ir and wide: and to
use a loc1 vernacular, rot tilings red hot
on the melon ques' . ;i lro:nl a t'io
sequel will show.
A diy or two ago t i ar - i' -our
office and asked :t . a.
him in a little correspoi'.deii e.
we l-Yes, "re-con-so." i pon tli's
!. . ,i
his hand in the p.x-ke'-. "'!- .. i"d
beiian to hand out li' i
"i .'5. uutu we
A read the nr-t
.. K. ;!soll, K:
i .;entli'inan had
t was most a n x
.,.! of Mr. ii--. '
- ff."i;iL' e.
,V o- !.. . U i' ,e
i i- , t r -:
t'o, . hi Fhc
om die JncRx.'X
i - Hue ? : .-d. The
'.V. V. li.lY.i I ere.
:.:.; had . ' p
. .-o a leiniilenee
1 t,e next let; -r
U k 11 :.. .s . v .
'Hold up, hoid up."
one. It was from a
Reno. Oklahoma. T
seen your local no1 Ve
ious for one hum ;eu
Irou-v'lad wal - luef
change ivie luind.e t
1 Vr: , : n i: i k m- . o
v as from .1 a :in'- I J
tor, Dallas. Tex '!
enclosed a copo-ng
and was m A.ous
next let t . : was : i-ot
Batcsviile. M.s. To
pi'lg U'oni 1 Ol'KN M.
for some seed -u.v
was from Y. H. i I i y
and had re mt' oM" f Y si !.
About tlrs ,e wc ' -g.n t" dud that
we were in a l.tt V snap, end .ud to Mr.
Bray. "llae von any -'!.'' ' do not
keep ee: to; ,jif'' -.od he, -..i:t ii.ne
saved a tew pour;.!- o' cu.--e." We '
then quoth me, : ;e '' '.:: h ' ;' the
present and call a :atn widi one s-1 d
and we will assist you 1:1 -cr -ame.'
V ben t In.', e ret n ::. . i liand.si t;.
another hatch of y . ..ue JVoni I'.:
nois. A'kiinsas ;.;el o:l - "-rate? ai' ;-.n.
ious for so. .!.
In couchis o i a !.w ;: : s.,y liie ;ate
of Georgia seems to i ,.on. o tote ia-r own
skillet in the ra -:n' mcon-. but no..ee
is hereby served up '. he; to look ; her
laurels at the Atlanta Exposition.
Bray claims that ne will nroduce mi.
year melons w tithing ttoni 100 t
lbs. lie has made it a ,-tu !y for years,
and has a formula ( manures and
method of applying that will produce
melons, not only of larL'e size, but of de
Yours for betterment,
Death of Kr. E B. Cox.
Mr. Edward B. Cox, died at his home
tlrs city, Monday ahernoon. aged 63
Mr Cox was one of :he best known
formers of Craven county, having fo'low
ed tuat occupation a!! his life. He was
born at Fort Barnwell, this county, and
before and dur'nr the war he made Kin-
ston his home. A.terwaids he moved to
Onslow and tlie about twenty years ago
to New Berne and has lived here ever
since residing and farir.:ng near the
About three years ago Mr Cox's health
beginning to tail he sold his plan' iition
but continued to cairy on farming on a
small scale up to the tima of his death.
Mr Cox spent some i me at Seven
Springs this summer, but about .wo weeks
ago he was taken dowj sick i "id the end
came yesterday aftei jopu.
Mr. Cox was n esteemed ci izen who
attended strictly to his business and led
a quiet, uneventful bfe.
He leaves a sister, Mrs P. A Gaskins,
near Fort Baruwell, and a brother.
Mr. Lewis Cox, of Kmstou, besides a
wife snd seven children, three sons and
four daughters, all grow a.
Th Case Against RfV. W. E West.
A card in ihis issue showing why Rev.
W. E. West of Ocracoke, was acquitted
01 me cnarges oi cirunKenness HpeaK3
in connection with Mr. J. A. Thomas of
01 ly one occasion, when in fact Mr. West
was up to Xew Berne two or three times.
On one of these occasions Mr. Thomas
being so"cittil by Mr. est, chiciuny
gave him a certificate that so IVr as he
knew he had not b-en drinking. Mr.
West hav.ng asked :hy it and giving r
the reason that such a story hail been
starts. 1 on him. Ou a subsequent occa
sion Mr. 1 no in as becoming com need
that Mr. West was i.c'Vg ia the manner
ludicated wrote to Mr. C.;tcvcn.s to nul
lify the effects of his first !..:ii r feeling in
honor bound to do so.
Mr. Graham in his c.,.u impugns un
worthy motives to those nuik.ng stal -inenj
against Mr. West. We are conti
dent that not one of ;lic,n gave a s'ngle
thought as ; i whether he was in connec
tion with the Noiih.i n or Sou'heru
branch ot the Motho.i.st church or even
what denoniina:ion he belonged. They
simply did no: wish ;o sea the sac re 1
colling dishomee I by r-u unworthy nicai
ber. Men whose ver.iet'.y . - unquestioned
in the city, boldly atli.m the charge mi
the strong impi --ion ia Xew Berne s
that a wrong dec -am was leached.
Tlie card pre ents the '.le of the case
ibraenuiit.il Now what iviis the side
lor coi deum n :
not rpeak i iie
evidence horn Mi
the caru does not
' 'f .'a it the card doos
omiiiitt?e took sliong
A II urliett. of which
r iv a word, and s.noe
the aequiiad of Mr -t. Mr Haidiett
has publi-hed the tacts in his paper, the
Durham Times Whether the eomrr-Ui.es
w-hich secured t lie testimony had other
evideiie'? on the von'dem:iittg side l:jsides
those which hive 1 vn published the
COirmittee c.u say a'a wl-hes
The Democratic Clnl, ('(iiivent'on.
Elsewhere we pid : -'i to-day a ca'l
lrom Mr. Ju'i.n S. Cat , President l the
State Aesoe-iatiou of Democratic clubs,
for a convention of the Democratic clubs
of the State to meet :"i Raleigh, North
Carolina, September 20th. 1894. The nil!
lias also tlie approval oi tue Democratic
State Exicutive comniitlee and its heart
iest endorsement and co-operation.
C Beckivith, secretary of the
elation of Democratic clubs,
e convention bids fair to le a
oc ..tic Ra':y. one m" the best
in North Carolina in an off
says that tl
Ran-o-i. a:: i is and the
Congressional nominees will
le invited tube present, e.id the intnilion
also is to get sov.-r-il .'.i -t hl u h--d speak
ers cf national ii-put.-;'. ion to lend their
Low railroad rate.- fr the v is'.oii wiil
be secured. If possible lhey will be ob
tained as low as one fare for the round
As wide a c.reu a.:.'-., of the call as
possible is wanted. The Executive com
mittee would like to have ten thousand
people there on that oe..,-ioii, the formal
opening of the campaign.
A Statue to Virgin
a Dar-: the I'af r lot
a :. I.-1 i. -as
i.e. .a . of No: h
ic Wo. k !
The 111:111 ,1 a- i .
t.'oiouv Meilloi 'a' A
incorporated in iu
Carolina, i'o:- ihe
and aiicfn inur I
the scene of L 1 1 . - li .;
lish colonists iu N -r
. ; pet;
s lei :.
on Augu -t is a: X i-s
lina .-ind a icno;"
furuisheil tn i :e Aa.
All of the Iti . hi.,
represented by ; -..w.
ill good cond. ,.i;; ;::
chase pra c .tad , .
d'ng the t.'a::-.- . )!
propel ly Iki- ( 1
' ' I'll-
s' lii a lialaili
i've as th
I adornmeiii of 1 1
. I W'l
Anum; t 'io-e
i'i e- em
diat the objects o.'
l!. a 1 1 1
iiest nic: liv ha !-i .
i rmaneni lv niai i
' ' '' colonics ci ,.,
The I, ir, ' : I )
ci.il meet ii:.: i.
: " :
lie Staa' . : . .
late in Ovtoi.e' . I'
Baltimore -in kiin
:ng to disci: i
tiy the :.-', : :
.! purpose. ,,. ; -,v
i'i iZO before t ie
m eting the
' el a Ult't-
o In; adopted
or y 1 1 : . , r -;
Second t the
Koanohc C o iv
old incident. i '..
Virginia !'..:. A
inons; the m -.
trs. E. P. i iica
S. Co'ue'.!. - I
V.'ginia V. e w .
a-m (hi'd la. : -
. ic a: loc
A- i- wi
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. . .11 II i'V
i Yj ni.zC' I
Va. u -h
,d -Me S.
j o i her birth w...
' her fate va- 1.: e. .
j O' tllis hi ler as .
. o.ate by o i: a
cn ld, and : i ren.i
i iie h'su rv oi' t r.e
try. At p.. -.it i :
. '. lie object
i I ollliliem-
i. :.i of th s
lr- fact Ml
f ; iie coun
ts e ideav-
r tamo. is
i or.ng to es' an
e iiic: that die women
des need a national
al ai'L.-: and when
ot the 1'niied :
school of ri.!u-t
j. a .
ir. c n
"J u Iiu.iiu.y be
The asioc.ation has airea-lv made much
progress in this pairi. V a pa p '-e. It ha-
been presented w Vh a statue of Virginia
Dare by its Kempt or. Miss Louisa Lander,
of Washlnaton. 1). C. This -:anie wiil be
presented, when revived bv '.e associa
tion, to the si a.e . V 'Y ii Carolina, anil
will be placed upon a pedestal in the
Suite house at liiicgh. The statue was to
have been in poses.-a -i of the association
last fall, but a combination of ad
verse circumstance- evented its deliv
ery. HISTORY OK THE STATi
The bastory of this statue is of peculiar
interest. Its existence was not knowu to
die incorporators of the Virginia Dare
Associa on at the time of their incorpora
tion. The idea of carv.ng such a statue
was conceived iu London, the place where
Ue letters intent for English discoveries
were is.-ucd. and whete die co'oaic-s were
organized and charr.er.-ii fir set lenient in
the New World. It w is c uved in La'v,
die birthplace of Columbus, the discoverer
of Amerca. When completed it was ship
ped from Tlaly lo America, but was ship
wrecked ju-t a- were the hopes and as
pirations of Columbus so long ns he re
mained iu Iia'v. Tais shlpwu-ck occured
off the coast of Spain am! was rescued
by underw-' t Ts. and. in accordance with
some salvage law. publicly sold. Miss
Lander being permitted to purchase her
own property. It was reshipped to Amer
ica lioni Pales, the very port from which
Columbus sailed ou h's successful vovage
of discovery. It n ached AmeiVa saVly,
and was placed on exhibition in Boston
and sold, to be delivered at tiioc'.oseof the
exhibition. The purchaser died suddenly
before that time, and his executors declin
ed ) confirm the sale,
So the statue remained the pioperty of
the sculptor, although boxed and shipped
to the purchar-jr in Xew York. There it
remainc 1 in its box until the enthusiasm
i,lc-iilent to the C
abian celebration was
excitiug the land. Tlio organization of the
Virginia Dare Association caused its res
ui ection, and the completion of this
unique histoiy l'- in ibe act that the
statue was presen'ed to the Association by
Miss Lander. Misj la vier, considering
that X'orth Carolina vr.:; die most appro
priate home for i he sbrue. bequeathed it
at her death to tue ass.- 'tjou agrninfr
to deliver it 1 !ore. her ilea'ii.
The a isociation. wiil s ? that it is
properlv placid and caved for, and Miss
T onrlo.-'o n:.rwi
zander's name and memo
oreil. Balt'mot'e Suu.
Atlantic Hotel Cli ses.
Mr. Ii. L. Pel i v, ji. ipiie.or oi
lantic Hole!, Mor-me :d City.
throueh Xew Berne .Monday en rou. : to
Raleigh on a busine-- ;-ip. The hotel is
now c!o-el Suu-ia y was the i-i-t ilay it
W;is 0eii. The si i-o.i has been a pretty
Senator ;ral Mi .I n ,1s w o aiso on
the same train. 'l hev were amonL' the
iast guests of the h-it
a short time :n R-j'c;-gh they
to the nioc raiins.
Miss Esleiie Chirk
townsman Mr. .ias. I
L Way, of Iln-iln we
Wednesday mornii g :
e ealc -lv :
i.g al i o e'.--c'i
J..s. F. 1 ahr.K. f
residence ot M
the bride in the
riicnce relatives and
Rev. liufus Ford, of-
Mr. and Mrs. Way
the A. it X. C. K. H
r a bridal
Winston C'(iii)' iii?nts her Visitors,
The visiting firemen have shown them
selves, in eve; y Instance, .ae itee! and hi
every way ta r and hel.oraoie in the con
tests as ue'.i as their social intercour-e
with Yi .list, n anil Sa'em pc-i pie.
Tho Wlhiiiiigion situ; Nev.-oi-f.i ' is 'n..ft
for their respt ctive'iiuni.-,. u olav mo. n-
ing. None of ihe firemen en.
more than" did the t in A
This ii.ori.mg lisey -err ui
oyed t he visit
l int e earns.
ill i e i-In - is
ipa : v. T , in
tor tlie nttlres "I ev. . - i
t it v
Dai a S ii! i..-;.
What a vv... .
By ron rem n i - u- : i
to rouse man k ind :
Ves, there is p - a . ai
for instance. V m rloo.
matox. Great Bit lies i
I H i i tl...
C a v. o:d l-eliolleh
1 : ; Li " i . .1 ' alauuhler
a 'i"l Mara'la in
Ge'.t; sburg. Appo
1.. xr. out what a
great liattle is goinr: on
and suffering body. In
n mar y ;; sick
Take courage Yoiie ni vin t
aid Dr Pierce's Golden Med
erv. It acts powerfu' 1 v no.
i1! : i yi ur
i the iiyer.
cleanses tlie "vst-m ofall blood-taints and
impurities; cures ali huiiioi's from a com
mon Blotch or Eruption to the worst
Scrolula. Salt-rheum, Fever-sores,"
Scaly or Houi:h Skin, in short: all dis
eases l a used l.y bid blood. Great Eating
Ulcers lapidly hoal under iu benign
influence. Especially potent in curing
i Tetter. Eczema, Erysipelas. Boils, Car
I buncles. Sore Eves. Scrolulous Sores and
Swellinirs. Hip-joint Disease, --White
Swellings ' and Enlarged Glands.
Dr. Pierce's Pellet:- cui
pami.ko ih;ioc;mtk' cownhon
lair- , Harmonious and l-iiilliusijs-
ii. lee; intr -1 hi Nominees and
ISayi'.oko, N. C., Se)t. t, ls'.)4.
The I lemociiitic couuty convention to
nominate county orncers met at the court
house in Bayboro to-day and was called
to order by Festus Miller, Esq., chairman
of the Democratic Executive committee
at 12 o'clock in. Dr. Geo. S. Attmore
uas requested by the chairman to act as
temporary chairman ;,nd Pi of. W. E.
Wll-nii and K. L. Woodur.l. Esq., were
i. 'jiie-ied to m t as tempoiary secrcta' ies.
' hi mot ".n of A. B. Campeii. Esij., the
ten: in ii- i r . oriianizat a m was made perma
llelli The chaii nan then announced that it
was ., order to appoint a committee on
resolutions und credentials. Jesse F.
S-.vvvi r move.1 that the chaiiman appoint
:. . mmittee of one lrom each precinct on
cuai- nbals and that a committee on reso
iaia.i s ,e i:sei)seil with as we all had
a r. .eiy belore we left home resolved t i be
demo. r. us, and resolved to uoir 'ate a
i i ki'I lu re today and reolved to elect it
in Novembi r. and that was resolutions
enough for one day. IIs motion was
adopted, and the chairman appointed the
loi oiv'ng committee on credentials aiior
la e i.i.e wm called and it was ascerta;,ied
that all the precincts were represented:
Di-ap Hun precinct. J. E. Siaplefor.l;
liaiid's Creek. J. P. V;,Iis; (iiantsborn.
II. A. 1! "1; Stonewall. S. V heirebie;
Trent. P. J. Daniels: Pamlico, E G.
Wi-e: Spi-ing Creek. .1. U Carey: Bay
boro. W. E. Hooker; Vandemere, J. C.
Mn-e: Bay Creek. Alex. Jones; Jones'
Hay. W. .1. Mayo: Goose Creek l-iand,
If-ni. i. Poller: Smith's Creek. L. I.
Midvi-it; Bethany. J. B. Einul.
inle the committee was out. Hon. W.
T. Caho was called for who entertained
ihe i onvciilion with an elegant, appro-
pri-ite an 1 utriolic speecli; tie was long
and I requeinly applauded.
The committee on credential reported
' at aii precincts were fully and properly
i. j ;-. sen ted and as they loutid that a good
many democrats had attended the con
vention who had not lieen regularly ap-
ii. enti'd delegates therefore thev reconi-
j mended that all goc 1 democrats hp
entitled to s3its in this convention as dele
gut. - The report was adopted.
The delegates from the various pre
(nuts w.-re then organized and selected
their spokesman. The chairman then
declared the convention ready for nomi
nations. It was ordered that the conven
tion proceed to nominate in the follow
ing order: Clerk, Sheriff, Register of
Deeds. Treasurer. Surveyor, Caroner and
Hon. W. T. Caho placed in nomination,
Festus Miller, the present incambent. for
Clerk ol the Superior court. There lieing
no other nomination, on motion he was
nominated by acclamation wi'h much
cheering and enthusiasm.
Thomas dampen, present sheriff; W. J.
Parker and Chas. S. Weskett, were placed
:n nomination tor sheriff. On the third
ballot W. J. Paiker received the hoity na
tion, ou motion it was made unani
mous. John W. Muse, J. L. Riggs, Jonathan
Peikins, John W. Brabble, John 1'.
Tingle. T. A. Mozingo aud Paul J. Dan
iels were placed in nomination tor Regis
ter of Deeds. After a spirited and excitiug
contest John W. Muse was nominate 1 on
tbe 6th ballot. On motion his nomina
tion was made unanimous.
Frank P. Gat'm. S. W. Ferrebee and
John T. Cooper, the present treasurer,
were all placed ia nomination for that
position. Frank P. Gatlin received the
nomination on the first ballot and it was
Paul Tingle, the present incumbent was
nominated for surveyor by acclamation.
Dr. J. P. Redding was nominated lor
coroner by acclamation.
A. S. A'dtldge, L. G. Daniels. J. U.
Caivy, J. W. Cahooii.ind J. M. Reel were
then placed in nomination for Represen
titive in the legislature. On the 5th
billot I. G. Daniels was nominated amid
gieat enthusiasm. His nomination was
then made unanimous.
The following resolution offered by
Hon. W. T. Caho were unanimously
adopted Willi much cheering and enthu
siasm. Resolved 1. That as wu have now com
pleted our work and placed before the
voters of the county a strong, able and
efficient ticket and in reaffirming our alle
giance to tlie democratic party and to
democratic principles. We pi dge our
united and undivided support to the
nominees of this convention and to the
other democratic nonvnees, and we prom
ise and agree that from now until the
elections are closed to use all honorable
means to secure their safe and certain
election, and we invite the aid and co
opeiation ofall citizens regardless of past
party afElliations, who desire peace, pros
perity and good government.
Resolved 2. That we are glad to he
able : congratulate ourselves, our pai.y
ami ihe entire people of tbe country upon
the passage of a tariff law, while not such
a one as it should be still is a move to the
front along the line of tarnff reform, and
especially do we congratulate the South
ei a farmer upon its passage, as it is the
first recognition of their rights and de
mands by nny party in its tariff legisla
tion, taking the dutiis from off cotton
baggiug and cotton ties, articles largely
u-ed by the Soil hern fanner, and thereby
saving u no them on these two articles j
alone ma." v thousands of dollars annual-j
Resolved 3rd, We approve of and en
do jc President Cleveland in his deter
mined efforts in bringing about this re--u
it. And we condemn those who claim
ing themselves to be democrats have by
their selfish and unpatriotic motives, put
themselves in the way of further tariff
legls'ation and by uniting with the R
publicans and the aid ol the Populist have
pruvente I other tariff reform legislation
so badly needed and by their treachery
and deceit have prevented the democrats
from fulfilling all ther pledges made to
Resolved 4. That we sympathize with
the good honest men who have from prin
ciple heretofore voted the Republican ano
Populist tickets, whose party leaders have
foisaken all principles, and assuming the
.ole of masters are seeking to humiliate
and degrade them by a barter and sale ot
their votes that a few of the leaders may
be elevated, and not as they claim to de
fiat the democratic party,
The following constables were nomi
nated by their respective townships aud
endorseii by the convention to wit:
Township No. 1, Daniel Cutler.
" 2. John T. Davenpoit
3, Wvlie Wbestton
- 4, J. E. Allcock,
' 5, Matthew N. Hooker.
The following weie elected executive
Township No. 1. John P. Tingle.
2, 8. W. Ferrebee.
' 3. D. B. Hooker.
" 4. S. J. Clark.
5, M. X. Hooker.
The exicutive '-ommittee met
elected S. W. Ferrebee. chairman,
John P. Tingle, secretary.
On ' motion' it was ordered that copies
of these proceedings be sent to the New
Berne Journal and Raleigh News and
Observer for publication. A vote of
thanks was tendered to the officers of this
convention. The convention then ad
journed. Gi--.o. S. Attmore, Chm'n.
R. L. W ODARl),
W. E. Wilson. Secretaries.
Live energetic men to canvass, sell ma
chines, and collect in Crsrveu. Jones Car
teret, Pamlico, Beaufort, Hyde and Da-e
counties. We furnish a nice light running
wagon. Agent to furnish horse and har
ness and make a $503 bond. We offer a
good salary, or commission contract,
under which an energetic man can make
and save money. Men of good make up
do well, to get employment with this
com puny, for if successful, they will be
promoted to positions ot greater responsi
Address. Tite Singeh Mfg- Co,,
J. F. Norman. District Agt.
New Berne, N. C.
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hvpophosphites is invalu
able in all scrofulous affections, purifies
the blood, builds up the appetite and
makes sound flesh. Pint bottles $ 1.00.
West Was Acquitted By Hie
Mt" ron Jot ;
of 23d inst. two
l.l-.l:-.. V. C, Aug. if
: - ii. yor.r i uc
to . - v ,Ja-. A. Thomas
f oeeerning tho charges
; W. - ..!' Ocracoke.
ii a El. a y and also one
w. a . .v v Berne In
a c. en,-. my duty
a ,.f a.e ,i.u;cii. mid ; o
vv :.y i.i" i Vidence was
hi. i.i t exclude Mr.
and E. S. Street
against Rev. W.
Being '-'s I':-.-':
of the i Ii ree w i.
investigate the t.
to speak in dec
-how the pub '-.
Gn March lo
1 1 :.;
New Berne oi
iin .ruing ; rain from
t a- lf'.th. Friday, al
: . r I 'ortsmou; Ii on
F . d-" Ca)t. F,.r
ihe Mtei-uoou of the
is -...ilea letter to
s i i Moroiiead, mak-
an earlv hour
Kith Jas. A. Tic
Rev. C. F. Cisstex
;,ig the follow i
painful dutv i
)s; It beeom-s lav
.ii you how Mr.
ng leiii-p'f. Ye--i
i rbght he w as
lev die "'i thlence of
: 1" pocket. '
he .j.d not -com
.am. ' iien nor did
incnee hut I have
rove that lie Was.''
West has been eoniiu-i
terday abciiiooa coal
seen on our st r t - i . : i
liquor, w i'h a b"t t '..' 1
I met ld'H yt--,i i ,
under the intluem - . :
I see him under in--utlicient
evidence to j
.M r. Casstevens t
unit on Tuesday .
I went to Xew Be
wa-.le.i me I ue letier
ow dig. March. liOt 1 1
e c 'i t went in) nic,;-
lately to Mr. Thomas ;(, eo, t
the parties wh
He gave me th- i'-l .w.cg;
Maj. Harvey. I.. K. Co:,
Clerk i Albeit Bank-. ...
col . and S. Woo. ar 1. I
it l!:g Ike"
i'o n Mid et te
proceeded to )nvc-;.g.rc.
Mr. Thomas told m- to go rirst to
Alb-lt Banks, tbiit Hanks : . night whiskey
for West and tuat li e West, drank in the
barber shop, then went t street's and
ordered the tine st mra-iru h- h al. Tint
when it was lirougii' .m; ' -t rel'us-.i it
And went trom there to .1 A. Jones where
he procured a ho:-- and i.uggy. That
he went next to lawyer Gdj;-. then came
back and took Mr. tiautier out to ride,
Mr. Thomas propo-ed 'o -o: Mr. Street
for me and later in the day handed me
the following paper which he. Mr. Thom
as, wrote and si-.ied saying that Street
was loo netvous to write it.
March. 2u. 1804.
" This Is to certify that IES titrcct saw
a young man at the corner of Middle and
South Front streets 'n'.hecitv of New
Berue on Thursday of '-tst week and that
heactc 1 very much I he a man drunk and
I inquired. w ho he w as and w as told that
his name . Wi-t. and that he w.ls a
E. S. Street.
Xow this is the evidence upon which
Mr. Thoiii-is ba-es his .e-tar ot hot week.
I claim and will prove and it w is proven
to the satisfaction of the con b ic-nce that
Mr. Street was mistaken. Below I give
statements both oralaii I w i 'moii. I went
to Albeit Bank-: an. i slewing him Mr.
West's photograph, a-'ad i.on il h.-ever
bought liquor for him. lie said. no. I
then went to J. A. done-" mil asked him.
'"Did you let Mr. Wi-t have a team last
Thursday:" He aiisvc-ied "yes" -was
he drinking ?" -Nolle was not. Here
is Mr. Jones' written statement:
'"I. J. A. Jones cc-tV'y that I know a
preacher whose name is West. That he
procured a turnout abouL the time of the
Fair of 1894. from me several times.
That he was perfectly sohar each time so
far as I know.
That if he had L -n intoxicated to my
knowledge I would have refused him a
That he came again once :n March and
procured a nice turnoi.t ; n-1 perfect
ly strait and sober and treated my team
all light so far as I k iow.
That he came in about the first of May
hut did not risk for any ! -im.
J. A. Jones.
Mr. L. K. Gau' er (,B;g Ikc's clerk)
says in . written statement:
"I. certify thai I know W. E. West.
That I took a ride wi'.h him on Thursday
about the middle of Much, 1894, lrom
three to five o clock in iiic altoriioon.
'That bo spoke in co-iveisatloa with
me about his going to the IVptist church
at night to prayer m e'iag.
"That while in his company 1 endeav
ored to inhale his brcai'a and ascer ta'n if
he had b:en drinking anything intoxicat
ing and am sure he had not.
That I did not inhale the. odor of any
thing that might have been ! iken to kill
the scent of liquor.
L. K. GautVr, elk. for Big Ike.
Walter Fulford, Proprietor of the Ful
ford House where Mr. West stopped says
in a wri't3ii statement.
'I.Walter Fulford certify: That W.
E. West stopped with me on March 15th,
and lift on the 10th ai about 4 or 5 o'clock
in a. m. That he was seen by me at in
tervals of an hour stpirt from 9 a. m.
until about 1 1 o'clock p. in. he retired
and I d;d not percive that he was at all
under the influence of liquor. That be
took supper about 7 p. m.
That immediately alter supper he took
a ride and was back in l "i ik twenty min
utes. Then remained 'n my office about
30 to 50 minutes tha n 1.
was going to Duffy's to
an hour aftarwan - 1 w
found West there. Ti
nine or ten p. m. Th i
in my office at ncirv
t -tat lug that he
et a cigar. Half
ni i.i Duffy's and
s w is half past
i next saw West
11 o Vlock. He
so j-.i went up to hi-
Messrs. Duffy say in a lett-i
June 15, 1894.
Dear Sir: Yours ol 9th received and
contents noted. We ate surprised at
you" inquiry and more so that our name
has been mentioned in this matter. We
have never seen Rev, W. E. West drunk
in our place of business or elsewhere.
Two Rev. gentlemen were in our store
making inquiry in regard to this. We
answered them as above. He was in our
store several time- and transacted business
without any appearance of intoxication
neither dhl wc not're that he had been
drinking. We have never said that he
was drunk, intoxicated or in any respirt
under the influence of liquor."
Yours Trul v.
F. S. 'Dulfv.
V. S. The above has the enilorsiineiit
of my father F. S. aud J. B. Duffy.
Thus I have proved him sober all the
time he was iu Xew Berne (except I he
one or two minutes Mr. Street saw him
and just how he could get drunk arid
and sober so quick I leave the firm of
Street &. Thomas to explain) so now I
will add another written statement lrom
the captain of the boat West went away
Xew Berne. X. C.
"I. F. G. Terrell, certify that I know
Rev. W. E. West. That he came on
boar 1 the sclir. -Two F.hn.K on Thurs
day tlie loth of March. 194. and spoke a
pa-sage with me to Po; i.-mou'di. That I
saw him again at Duffy'- drug store and
took a cigar w ith him ;:t about ten o'clock
p. m. That he came on board my boat
next morning at twenty minutes past
lour a. in., and I saw liim at iuteivals
until seven o'clock, a. m . when he came
on board and w- left
That at the time iu -j
and the time 1 saw him
and also after we left
I was near enough to 1
breath and I am sure
for Porisinotit h.
:.'k" his passage
ai Duffy's store
im to inhale his
diil not inhale
tue odor ol anything intoxica
did not act in any way ill-- a
a m ui under
the influence t auvunn
What more . ,ai
have as many mon
that 1 could produce.
Are not the ;b - v.- i
good as E. S S: rt
Hon at everv hour .
ua o le . i. -.r. ! 1
Vi'i'laii si iitoi i ina, t
bct why shoiiid li
on, lu-vo : Men as
ri rt il y to his eond'-am-g
hi- stay ii o i,
Thursday 9 a. m. when
he arrived to
Friday 7 a. m. whi n he h ft
I wil. ak the public one
Mr. West was not a
Methodist, would this war
against him ',
Mr. Street i- no doubt a gentleman,
but many an hone-t man has made as
great a mistake as he has. Mr. Thomas
isnotinit. I have his written statement
that he saw West on this day and he was
I suggest that the matter be dropped,
ut if not I will leave i Ins . vl.l.-me with
a- public, and i . re, n waoia d
Y. Ci. A. Gkaiiam. F. E.
HAPPENINGS OV THE DAY,
Tlie largest meteoric
found in Greenland am
one h:s len
A wealthy candidate, like
heiress, can never ixi certain
win till r
money or merit did the busi,ie.-s.
The bilious cri-V a person who -in
do nothing on (rod's earth him If I ut
l'id fault with tilings that have leen dm e
by other people.
A case is recorded where a man's
clothes were stolen wh le he was in bath
ing. This is a pretty safe business as the
victim has no redress.
Every calamity has its compensations
If Col. Breckinridge is re-elected to Con
gress the stage .vill have no temptations
Ladles wai-ts reduced from l to $2 50
announced in a local advertisement.
We always had an idea that ladies waists
were reduced from 30 to 20 inches.
Xorth Carolina has thirty five lile con
victs m the penitentiary. Georgia has
three hundred and twenty-five. Those
serving life sentence are never allowed to
go outside of the prison walls.
Probably the largest tenement in the
wor ld is an enormous tenement in Wie-
den. a suburb of Vienna. It has 1,500
rooms, in which a whole town of human
New York merchants are 1-egiiining to
complain of the scarcity of small bills.
The average young man wtio has lieen at
the seashore resorts felt this thing coming
on for weeks past.
1 here is a man in town who thorough
ly understands the tariff situation, but he
uoesn t know anything else, says the At
chison Globe. Ditto for New Berne, in
clusive of the financial question.
Gen. Hugh Cameron, of Glen Burn,
Douglas county, Kansas, announces him
self as "the independent tramp candidate
for Congress." Picture s of him show that
his whiskers ar- a good deal bigger than
Peffer's. His election therefore is a fore
Hiram f'. Maxim, who is perhaps liest
know.i as the inventor of the air ship
which bears his name, contributes to the
September number of the Xorth Amer
ican Review, an interesting article on
""The Development of Aerial Navigation,"
a subject which has for some years past
been the chief object of his study and
The National Convention of Seceding
Polish Roman Catholics at Cleveland. O.,
determined to organize a new church so
ciety under the title of the "American
Catholic Church." Archbishop Villatte.
of Wisconsin, is to le its head, but lis will
not have arbitrary powers. A motion to
i enounce all allegiance- to the Pope of
Rome was lost.
Col. Julian S. Carr, president of the
State Association of Democratic clubs, is
arranging for a brilliant opening of the
campaign at Raleigh September 20th.
Hon. Chauuccy Black, president, and
Hon. Lawrence Gardner, secretary of the
National clubs, have accepted invitations
to speak. Senators Ransom, Jarvls and
ether distinguished Democrats will
We have it pretty direct that the n cent
visit of a number of the National F.xccut
live committee to the second Congression
al District was not to bring about u retire
ment of the two colored candidates White
and Cheatham and the putting up of a
populist as one telegram sent out had it
but simply toring about an adjustment
of the differences between the two, each
of whom claims to be the nominee. Since
that, time we see a reiteration of the state
mint that Cheatham says he is in it to
The cotton season of 1893 4 ended yes
terday. Wilmington's increase in cotton
receipts for the season of 1893-4 which
ended Friday was 29,742 bales. Her
totil receipts were 189,840 bales. The
exports were 190,728 bales against 160,
72s the previous year. The naval stores
-how an increase alo. As tabulated at
the Produce Exchange, the receipts of
spirits turpentine to September 1st, from
the beginning oi the crop year, April 1st,
are 24,839 casks; for the same time last
year, 24,000. Rosin, 82,805 barrels,
against 82,353 last year; tar. 22.002 bar
rels, against 16.496 last year, mid crude
turpentine, 4,747 barrels, against 4,393
last year. We take these figti es from
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Commissioners of Craven Couuty, at
their meeting on the 1st Monday in Sept.,
1894, passed an order changing the poll
ing place at Fulcher's No. 2 Township
iu said county to Truitt's school house
in said Township. Aud also an order
changing the polling place at Conner's in
No. 7 Township in said county to River
dale; said polling places will here after be
known as Truitt's School House voting
Precinct and Riverdale voting Preciuct,
By order of Bd. Comm. of Craven Co.
sMni James W. Biddlk, Clerk.
HOW TO II G COTTOX.
Side Pieces and Headings Should ever
Messrs. Alex Sprunt & Son, cotton ex
porters, of Wilmington, have sent out a
circular of which the following is a copy:
To our Agents and Friends:
In consequence f very heavy losses
sustained last season by the excess of bag
ging on cotton bales, the Liverpool Cot
ton Association has adopted rules which
prohibit the use of side pieces and double
headiugs. The rule is mandatory, and
all biles not conforming thereto will be
subject to reclamations.
Our buyers are specially charged to ex
ercise great care in the examination of
each and every bale for excessive bng-r
ging and not to purchase any cotton with
side strips or double heading. They are
also directed to give preference to bales
weighing 500 pounds and above, as near
ly all charges are by the, and heavy
weights are alike preferable to producer
Compliance with the above requireme. ts
will prevent friction and preclude- ihe
possibility of claims arismg from this
cause, otherwise the producer or seller
will have to bear hen vy losses.
Ai,i:x Spri'st & Son
A oream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength.
Latest United States Govkknmbint
Royal Bakinq Powdmb Co., 'KMJ Wall
St N Y
The uii.li rsigne. I, Xoah Powell, ha v.
ing qualified as Executor of the last will
and testament of Gilbert Joyner, deceased
hereby gives notice, requiring all persons
who have claims against the "estate of
said Gilbert Joyner (not barred by the
statute of limitation) to present them duly
vari6ed for payment, on or lefore the
29th day of August, 1895, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Persons indebted to said estate must
make immediate payment.
XOAH PO WELL, Executor.
Geo. H. Whjtk, Attorney
t- ; i
Washington !-o -
Southern Fruits :uni
Vegetables a Spon;,.,!; v
Large and Roomy
Facilities for ha
i-RE TURNS MADE
EACH DAY !'
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Stencils and p '
can be obtained ux,
CRIMSON 0LC Villi
Wheat & Red. Clover.
Bagging and TV--.
No 1 Timothy Hay -M nil 1
Write for prices.
At ( UAS
East Side Market Dock.
Ruta Baga and Turnip
Seeds-1 lb. 35c. 5 lb 3:;. IU
lb 25c. All fresh, nevz :i:S.i
at Mace's Drug Store, 17ew
Berne N. C.
WOODWARD & LC
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10th, 11th and V H s.
tuvlte the attention of tin n i .
jrinitt and the Caroltnus in th.
FRESHEST, BRIGHTl s l .
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Stock ol goods iln-
ON MONDAY, AFKII.-.'VH
They offer l1 0 j.i.
Fi-neh Klanni'ls ai
value "5 cts. i me I
Crepe il". Chen.- 1.'. . i '
the newest ami ni"- 1
OUR HOUSE KEEI'IM. I H I- I.
Contain evwy h- i '
ceesity with wiili win.
taate ol tlie ariisii- .
Hack, Damask ami l'ai I
knotted fringe anil I
Irish linen pillow shs.
Our Summer Dress i a
teem with novelties, tieiiui - a
lftbrics of the most eelel u a I I .
Our Indian Linens slim
Our China silks. Elegant ae
lor calling or evening . .-a
Our Mulls and and l.a..
Our Prices are In ke. .in : ..
lower toan ever belore. w , , .
nles and prices.
Goods sent by express . i . I
tthe South. .i;
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and U to
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