.,;. v r- -
$1.00 Per Year
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C., SEPTEMBER 13, 1894.
WAR IX HEAYEX,
MRS. J ROWLEY.
Our Bible tells us ol a great battle Sought ,
By angelic hosts in a region sorne- !
One angel. to Jiin ill the pwir, bad .
Li the seraph's own home; W as
there-:- No not there.
(iOOD KOADS MOV EM EXT.
HAPPEN! V.S OK THE 1VY.
.V o.etra 4 of trtr bktnn powder
liiirittMt ( ill in lea re oing strength. j
Latest Cxitbd Statu Go-tkrhmbnt
Tto Rstokt. i
Rotai Bakxms Powdbb Co., ;i0 Wan i
8t . N. Y !
an cj j 1 1. rt unit
' the i in 2 ' u--a nee i
; roads. At :h-
j tediou- ox t-j t
mniir.ng ; need in tl : r pe t - - !
subject up iiu.un and
l glad to see tli.it inb rr-t :- :
Dul claliiiiLX of arms, re-echoing afar. . "ii -timed ;n he .van
Cause silence in heaven: It could not Mecklenburg, nanny 1.'
Away, far away
That p"l tluough th
k i, not.where.
heaven to vi
Vnd the Approaching Meeting in
Charlotte, September lvMi.
never willaiglv m:--es
r. ' i n thf country
I b. lug somewhat
-.- w ho n alie our
!. ,w brought the
ag iin, and we arc
Tile colon. 1 ll
014 in,d .1 b--ii:,
An Indiana a 11
:P 11 have
ii-! mi :
iv:u h oO.noO.
liavc been there.
Ouue brilliant, comet
Well keeping its course liward
suu's intense glare.
With ail of its speed, conhl not shu
J isc race
Ot evil to come; Not there. ic
1 of talking h:- !
1 several year
ed iiietln-.U aft
,moti I'uiinniir lie-tween
i!taine.l a pcc.l of
ho'ir. li .hew Hiir
I wo wrme counterfeiters ' hve been ar- Ot evil to come: Not there, i, '. not
rested in Charleston, S. C . and other ar- i
rears are expei-lr-l to lx- maiie. Seven
molds fw ai.-vkins Vnominatiuiis oni a r'ar 1 ! '' : -'" ;' '
Dkikle ti a ,!w!!jr li.i-e l.een lomuT. "
A legion nt cr reached by Uie iunliglil
' - . T or air.
- BANKS Did angels there meet, but could never
And war was declared: Wa- it there;
We're to d
,i k 111 the .oni
Out Father created nil thini;
fair; i made cur vast sun give hi
Was it on that va-t
I? 'h. n,
Farmers L Merchants Bank
Bean business May, 1891.
CapiUl Stock, paid h), . 75,000.00
SorphH, - - 6.000.(10
Umfivided PofiU, - 0 "
Dividends pawl, . .
L. II. Cctleh. President.
W. S. Chadwick, . . : Vice Pres.
T. W. Dbwky, Cashier.
A. IL IIowclC , . Teller.
F. h Matthews, - - Collector.
. WUh well establubeO connections Una
Bank fa prepared to oMer all accommo-
datiuns coosisti-m with conservative bank
"N- Prjrntlt and m.ehll attention oiven to
CoHectkma. ' On a great tract ot land that
'- We will be plea.-el to coi respond with ! nameet earth,
those ho n..y contemplate making! A garden he plan ted with
rfianges or opi nt" new accounts. I and rare;
' j All things pure and holy, no
"I. A.S27AU. TE3S. BAITTELS. ! death:
! eniu it'u i
Did warrior choose
With Michael's two-thirds of t rue
The dragon's one-third; n ' they
t n as
n it wot k i-i 1
.111; r.'iiii- . ... . "
hav::i' given earelul
studv to the ! e-t method- of pro.a dure,
and the re-u':t i- th- :- m 1- ot that county
arc uttraetin-; even national attention,
and our State is ni.ikin-- '.lie Mecklenburg
a:; ..:.,: . -.-0:1 for the - er por-0,1-.
A ...a : ;:: - be ln hi
there next week which we tiojw will give '
a forward impetus to the good roads 1
movement all .... : liie State and epe-ial-iv
do wc h.oi.e for i;- r. - t" be le!t :n
Craven and the ;!'
-I do not ak
remain in my wmk. it is true, bu:
lH'hind me a thread which -!i..n-1
our-: ha- n. be. 1 :n vain
A -ouiewh .i r. 111 u'l; ib'c . ; t. 1 1 11 ..;'
the .I.ip.mo-e-t'liine-e la . i ::i I'.'iiu i
that wliiio the ChiiKse went to war with
Japan to yrotc. t ('ma. ('oieaha- joined
hip in in Ice li-!i! a-Ti.-t ( llill i.
"I ; a- lie u. 1 . : . " ! -- . is.' . o!iilii;-.oli
,t .-jio ; - .1.; v w 11. 1. thev llcr-
lected to ast; Sir
mtve that p o- to (
It is vi.. i Mi v. ;l.
F-ma'.e nr- a!
. t 1
.- Psldsat, Vies Pres.
. ' i . S. S. BCSS3TS, CasMsr.
-THE NATIONAL BANK
' Of New Berne, N. C.
In Eden's fvir bowers;
No. not there.
had this to
ment an 1
cd and e:i!
held recent !
12th and Id;!.
State road . on!
e: t Au-ust -'Mil,
e;,.od roads hinvc-.l-.ii.s;
r go.jj road- :a
r.e to -lay. and i'
.0 a-,i-;';iig to 1
L?.rgely alt- a i
al i ncet in- in t he
hw ays h . i e I ,, 1 n
at- l"n. .er-iry. at
;-h a i-i on viit.
In the day, or tue second g:
I the seven.
! God made the va-t firmament,
gion of a;r
! Thst surrounds our glolio. and He
sioo.ooo i . t'r
OD 1CQ1 In eit'h s upper region; n a
yO.IOO . , It ww there.
pi l-:o I
DLRECTtJRS: ,The ansel.s nut theie, and one th.r-tinc
Jas. A. Bbva.v. Tiios. Damel-s. for power
Chas. BhVan, .1. H. HACwrx, j Did tight, and his angels, but 'iouM
Jan. Dtrss, L. harvky, -I only withstand
G. II Roberts. E. K. BrsHOP. Tlie mighty krehan gel's -u-,.ug host otie
. : " ' ! half hour;
Then yielded, were pr.s. a-. r-. ;t nialig.
yates aie . x in ;. : I r 11, a, l port am- 01
The r.j.i'i 1 . 'life
was held la-t week
Improvement A-s.via! ain
eer.tly been . :-;:ui:e 1. is.
literature .11 the subject
branch a-.- c a:', 'n.s in eve;
-tat-, an. I m otnei
aroust' - ri a'i 1 an !
e-t i.l tie . 1 ! 1 "' 1
'Resolved, That this con.erence appi
ciates and coliunt nd-tins important work
of the North Carolaii Koad Improve
ment A-socia; ..p, and that it asks the
county couuni-sione:-- of every county,
and the mayors if tie -ever.il cities and
towns, the boards of H ide, the State and
county aszricuHui-.i': societies, and all
otter industrial association- in the State
4 120, IN Ml .
States or. ';.
But the Kr
and they a
( ' 0 o! 111a--Kockv
M a V-
: .; Ka'.e-h which
pled the toliou in-;
the Ch i".o:te
w hich ha.- -i
couaiv of the
in ieavur: n: to
ide of the -irret tired twice at Mr. Swan,
be lad e'- coming near him. Mr, Swan
m n . - down stairs to net a better op
to use nis weapon and wnen lie
men seized the opportunity mid
escape. I. They appeared to be negi'oe-.
The (ir.uid Lodge, K of P.. have voted
against having their ritual used in the.
I'lii ed Stales ill any except the English
language The vote was taken on account
ol 1...I-1- made up of Hermans wanting a
ritual in their language. One lodge in
Biruiin-hani, Ala., ha- surrendered its
charter on that account.
ddie Progressive Fanner endorse- co
operation or fusion with great heartine.
It attacks Senator Ransom, and says that
tor twenty-one years N'orth Carolina has
had only one Senator. It trusts ti e
nioveii ! ,t will give two Senator- in touch
with the people (Marion Butler and Jeter
( '. Phitchard. )
d'h-re is a serious bolt in the Democra
tic partv of Louisiana. Wealthy and
prominent sugar planters have held a
convention o( 30U representative men in
New Orlems. decided to affiliate with the
Kepub icins and nominate protectionist
oainl: !atc- for Congress. They don't
iik. tin- legi-'.ation on -agar and they are
jrgc Pullman why he i planning to collect this year sugar
AVnght. ; bounty.
Norfolk advices to the Richmond IXs
1 patch siy thrtt the Cruiser Raleigh is now
leadv to drop down from the yard at any
, moment and that she will attract great af-
Inl- l're.-ident lent ion as she--team- down lhe harbor
and makes her first dash into the sea.
The first guns ot the battery of the battle
ship Texas, now on the wharf ready to be
mounted, weigh over 100.0t.l0 pound
ea. -a. and will throw a projectile twelve
in-it-- w.th 42") pounds of powder.
The surgeon (ieneral is di.-pjsed to ie
gHi'd the ease of supposed cholera from
which an immigrant died in Maryland as
only one of the many isolated cases re-j
-cmbling cholera w hich occurs from lime j
to time, had it been true Asiatic cholera it :
i- extremely i 1 probable that the victim
could have been Afforded temporary relief 1
so as to enable him to pas-quarantine, as;
the report stales.
The Charlotte New- savs that Col. A. j way
L. Smith's report of the big crops ou the' t(.,,(j
State bniis is more than verified by Gov. ;
Carr. ho has-just returned from a visit
to three of the farms. State Treasurer
Tate was with him. They are delighted
with what they saw there, and their e-ti-111
ites ot the crops are 25 per cent higher
than tho-e made by Superintendent Lea
y.w. 1 a one farm tliey estimated the
corn crop at TajOO" bushels.
Door Thrown Open t 1 the Pub
llourr- in baskets and pots and will lur-ni-h
a delightful place for suieiurf re-
A very iarge numi
were at the opening .
tawka and 1 pn -id
prise at the . . 1 i'en!
hotel i- 1 . 'j i f
The banipi-i w a
111 elaborate -tele,
brilliant! v i 1 1 u 1 1 1 . ! : 1 '
orchestra uin-n w ,
Mr-. W. B. Hill w.
1 y.n ndere, 1 - nne .(' 1 n
the great jilea-ur. !'
The ClriMaw k i
(ia-ton IIoiisC I '. i
store bri.-k bu-dliig,
air ( itizeur
at 01 e -iTV.-d
: by home
r, : and k ind-
i i ;u e
e w .rk
I r-i il
ii the Bapti
jh is now in
he leg I'nited
g her'- SaO.OuO.
ay- that North
a in - are at
.-1. Each ha-
( '. aicord iriill-
in t hi- in iii :
- - i" .nth:- market the
1 i , . frmn thirty iuti
making ij"200 an acre.
i. e. S ('., -teal-
through the place, fell under
wlieu he -taib l to iiufiii oft and
his body was -round to pieces.
A hundr. d and titty thoii.-and dollar
brewery lia- been . barten d to have it
main other ;n Norfolk ana to he operated
and run by Nor-dk people. S '.0(10 f
lhe stock ;s oane i in 1 lailimoic, 2,0(,
in ( hicago.
I a i ', o i - in
policy ever n i itte
'i-operty of ta
Company. It wa
n: l'ire 'I I. 'U-.h
and take- a pui-earrv.
n: a ':; i..'-:.!i! between the
.1 and the Knight- of Labor
New York. There are now
V' c k an 1 m
iy the l'iioe
i 17. (Mil.). OHO
170, 000 to
:ro buig.ar ii, cued Ed Daves, V.
Tnos. A. Gun, Pres.
Win. IH'KS, Vice- I'r-
C. E. For, Cashier.
H. M. liROTES, Teller.
DO A GENT-IRA L BAXKIXG BCSINI-sS.
"TIM AocoaaUot Banks, Bankers Conr
tlons. Farmers, Merchants and others re
oivel on favorable terras. Prompt ami care
fl attention gira to thm intex est ot our cus
tomers. BOAKD or DIUCTOU.
FtsrUinaid tTlrich, K. II. Mea.low-,
J. A. Meadows. Cbaa. DnlTy, Jr.
H.tniiMl W. I pock, James Beamoml,
C has. U. Itrwier, Chas Relzensteln,
William Dunn, Mayer Hahn,
t W. 8matiwool, T bom as A. Green,
ireo. X. Ives, C. K. Fny.
The conflict w a-
II). le d. 'Ill -cm phs
1' -apt e . i :
. T .Ire
THE COLDBBUN DBTHESITY
WASHINGTON, D. C.
The Preparatory School opens Sept 24.
-Tboroogh preparation for the College, for
tbe Scientific School, ior the Xaval and
Military Academies, sod for busine-s
- Tb College opens Sept 24 Full
classical and scientific courses. The Col-
)e is open to students of both sexes.
Entrance exminstions on Sept. 21 and
The Cbraorna Scientific School opens
. Oct 2. t'orty-seTen professors and in- I
; stractors; twenty-three full department-: !
twelve fuUconrsef ol stadv . Speul siail-
The Law echool opens Oct. 3. TweWe
professor?,xincJadinpt two Associate Just
ices of tbe TJnited States Supreme Court.
The Medical School opens (Xt. 1. Tbe
coarse is loo r years. Thirty professors
The Dental School opeos Oct. 1. Sev-
tteea professors. Ln usual facilities.
The course is three years.
Tbe Graduate School opens Oct. 4.
Courses ol silenced instruction are of
fered, leading to M. A, M. S., C. E.. E.
., and Ph. D.
For catalogues descriptive of these sev
ral schools. Address,
71m Robkkt H. Mabtts, Sect y.
The fiends .- h
realm of air:
Then nature's : . :
here below .
To earth '..- a .-r c
wr.ttn : ! -; d.
Kejoico O v iv ii ...it w h
Where too ,-iat- : bin 'ii
ever w her-.
V c w'.sh tliev !i i.i i .
And a deep, t'a-i v -ea. had
them all i here.
But no. they ;.:e here and cunul -ret
Their leader, 'he pi inee ot the power
of the ai r.
Still hopes yotto conquer, hut he'll stum
ble some day.
Into a lake deep and burning and ever
On w hich side, gentle raider,
When his hosts, in number,
of the sea '
Shall compasa the city, when
Will see them burned up, a
der nulst le.
of the associ
It i- ep
ten dance at
i jprescnla'. :
from all m.
o! tlietn Ch
i vieud a I-..-them
-re here on
tive of the
Si p '. e a ,
. e - li:
.1 .- 'Ll
the annua', uici ting
- held in the citv of
-r V-f.h -.nl Kith
e c.i 'i-,s, s mi' trom
-oine trom the-cashuri-' and
Ml- N orth ( 'ai o.aia. To all
il.c.ie and Mecklenburg will
.'.il "me, .U'd iv. 1. .-how
e ,v road- o; u 1: : . h t la ar
!. T::- i tiHTi. r Icp-- ;.
that occasion the reiresetl!a
'1'ess. the m igi-trate-. eountv
Kd, King, has I een niptured in Wilming
ton. A jii-to! aij.i arfcl-s of priveiry
-uipos-, to have been sioKn were found
on hi- person. Though only -ivtcen year
old, the Star -ays lie ha- a I reedy served a
two year- term m the penitentiary.
The Countr Nominating Convention and
i The delegates from the variou- tovvn
j -hips m Jones county convention in the
j court ro on at Trenton. Saturday, Sept. 1.
i Thos. C. Whitaker. chairman of the
IS County Kxecutive committee, invited II.
i;ng w i . .- r 'in. .
or nn U'e r- o n- 1
the long I. in the lea
been rai-ed from
stories, and at the !
side a thr-e -t"ry
b, e:, made.
The-e iinprov i-me:
mak- the bote', ai r , .
comf irtable, 1 1 ha- ii
mints ,m 1 aecomm '
pie. On -p.cia! o -.
special (.rovi-ion doip i
be eared for.
The Imilding Iroiii
feet. Near tin- e-nir-
leading on ..
i '.ear on to Tr n!
p ,rt o; the hotel v -;
taken up 1 y tine- n.i.'i
ed -lore-, eight y-li e
ie-)i e: iveiy b- 1-1 V
wan : J Suter, fun-.!; 'in
ter. whole-ale gnu . r.
To the ("(-' of in
Iidie- Knlei-'ii'-e an!
the office, and !i,-y....i
littrd room, which i
jiool tables and a b;di .
Entianee to tin; of
directlv from the s' r,.,.i
lo r, cognize
,v" had the
:- ',o throw
large oni :
pi -ide ha-
' or v to two
ill - we-! ern
:'..) (in h c-
11 i inidilioii
. .mm ulioiis 1 1
a--- f..r 1 ai i pei i
ii- '.y a
I hi- m.ii.be
'il t he .-( reet 1 :i j
i- an arched drive j
; in- yard which ex- -ri
i ','. The hover i
f tin- d ri li' w a vis:
i v and well-tini-h-iii.'t
Sn aiiuoii I. hard- 1
.and ' ' - i follis I
ur c- u ay is tlie
,:!- ag -ide of that
th- office the bil--uppiied
d ! .
i - g i '. 1 : li eitiier
or from the ladies
the hotel it
to serve as temporary chairman
. Haywood as temporary scene
I to -
commissioners, roa J overseers, and Re
presentative citizens from each county
men who realize that better public high
ways is perhaps just now North Caro
lina's greatest economic need, and who
are willing to work to bring about this
great reform. Let a!! such constitute
themselves ..eiegates to this convention
whether appointed or not. Come anil
.iee and hear and work, and before long
we will have good roads all over North
Oirolina. Charlotte Observer, of August
Collegiate Institute Prizes.
This school offers three prizes this
year. One to that pupil who shall attain
to the highest average grades on recita
tion and examination during the scholas
One to the scholar who shall make the
greatest progress in all the studies.
Another to the pupil who makes the
greatest progress in Elocution and Rec
itation during the vear and on the Com
mencement. No pupil can compete for the-e prize
unless in school the tirst week and who
shall be in school the entire scholastic
year also mu-t sustain a good report.
E. P. Mexdeshall.
Widnesd.iv Sentemlier .1th at .1 :. m. in
the Catholic Church. Father P. F. Quinn
officiating Mr. J. U. Dinkin- to Mis.
The church was crowded to its utmost,
every available space even ot standing
room lieing taken.
Aiter the ceremony the newly wedded
couple n ok the steamer Neuse for a
Northern tour. They will nrst spend
awhile at Wilmington, lief, and then pro
ceed laither North.
A verv large number of their friends
a-sembled at the ?teamer to ctend their
congr.it u'at ions and see them started on
tin ir l.appv journey.
At Croatan, N. C. . at the ie-idiiice of
Mr. David Rowe, father of the bride, Mr.
Charle- (Jaskins of Vanceboro to Miss
Sarah Kowe; Beni. Williams, J. P.. otli-
for Vancilmro Mort- permit the u-e of hi
I -, ro n n n en -1
. -lore in i :
1 the insurance
Terrible !' re-t !ir .
consin and Minni-op
amount .! proper'y h i
1 each State. Hundred- ,
. liomelf-ss, several villagi
istence and a number
j Pine City fifty peop'e are reported burn
ed to death and death- have l-i -lilted at
j other places also.
j The two Japanese sp:e who were sur
rendered to the Chinese authorities by the
I I'nited States consul, under whose pro-
lection they were, were promptly tried
and bjheaded. In consciiuence of this
-u miliary action all of the Jupaue-e re-
maining in Shanghai, about t. decided
to leave the c:t at once.
The State univiTMty opened on the Gth
: with 41J1.1 students, the greatest number
present at any opening oay in ail its his-
tory Filteea o! the students are married
. and one tie-hinan has a wife and three
children. Seven State- be-ides North
Carolina are repn -en ted.
The News and Ob-erver -ays that
aniougjthe Congres-man who shirked the
1 duty of voting upon the iriotis roll-calls
; taken during the consideration of the
j tariff bill in the House ot' Representatives I
the name of Mr. Settle is prominent. He !
i dodged 2.1(5 roll call.-.
' The Republicans and PopulsL- will
have to try their hand again at nominat- ,
: iug. Judge Conner whom thev put at their i
mast-head of their lu-ion co-operation
busine-s- without his consent has written i
a card -fating in the most positive manner j
that he is a Democrat, that he will not :
' tl.e Wilmington
')! men of local
1 ' ell on trial at
.-. i mi rniug their
oisuiaiice on the
., ::tted. Th- ai
d .-, . :a ; ; - pa v
, ,. : ., . . ... v;
, " ' ! cent its action with reference to
i. .in euiu iiiou- i ,-
been destroyed In
f people rendered j
- swept out of ex
of live- lost. At i
II L. T.
s name and if electe
pia'.ify or serve.
( '. Fo
Committee on credential-, -n resolution-,
and permanent organization were
Committe-ou pcim ment organization
reported in favor of u akmg the tempor
ary ch-.innau and secretary the perman
ent officers of the convention.
Two r solution- w :re i-commended by
the . o;i,uiittee on lie-u ution-: Ke-olviil
That wi. , the Di nio. nil- o,- Join- eountv
in convention assembled endorse tie ro
ceedings of the recent State convention ex-
i nil primaries'.
Resolved. That the Jones eountv con
vention now- assembled do hereby request
the pollholders at the next general electiou
to prepare an extra box so as to allow all
voters to vote for L". S. Senators, and that
these votes be counted out by said poll
holders and reported to the chairman of
the Democratic Executive Committee of
The resolutions were both adopted by
Chairman Foscue then announced that
the convention was ready for nominations.
On motion nominations for the legislature
were first in order. T. C. Whitaker, S.
Hudson, and J. C. Parker, were placed in
nomination. The tense of the body lieing
that the majority vote should lie adopted
theie was no election ou the first ballot.
Whitaker, who received the highest num
ber of votes, tailing to secure a majority.
Upon the announcement of the result ol
the first vote. Mr. Hudson, in a graceful
little speech, withdrew from the contest
iu favor of SVhitaker. This insured the
nomination of T. C. Whitaker for the
Nominal ions for county officer- were
next called for Jas. F. YA hite. w is nomi
nated by acclamation for clerk. So like
wise A H. Haskins for Retti-ter ot Deeds.
L. Dillahunt lor sheiiff. J. J. Simmons,
lor treasurer.) and A. J. Fordham for
Coroner. Frank Nobles received the
nominal ion for surveyor.
By order of the convention, the Wil
mington .Messenger, Jialeijrn .News uo-
is conveniently located
speaking tubes eonneciing
each floor and elect! ic .- ,1
room in the house. The
and b;i ard room and '.
pan- nt the hotel arc i
ify ,- the r join- by -
Tin- billiar I room 1
iioii; the re a. of the orb
:- the bar, back of that
n o n i o the bar. mid m
' larber shop, in whan 1 '
hers will lie kept, aia. i
sample rooms ample for a
arrangement is -uch th -.:
partinent- c m b rea-i-'
keeping with the re-t o!
- a hand-oiae room and :.
The i.'i i it a -id check room
bv ii : there are
the office wilh
; lie! I- :or cwrv
". n,,o-t public- i
;.-,l bv elect ri- !
. i.-i . .. reached
. back of that ;
-.lu reception '
that i- the
e ex per; 1 ar
The hotel, in fact, is furni.-hed comfort
ably and elegantly enough for anyone. It
can easily b- seen that it is in charge of
men who understand what they are doing
and intend to furnish money's worth to
w iio. ver patronize- them.
Mr. J. W. Stewart, one of New Berne's
mo-t successful business men, is President;
Mr. N. C. Hughes a young man of one
ot the best families of the city, and who
has himself held several responsible po-i-tions
liefore, i- secretary and treasurer,
and Mr O V Everett who has been identi
fied with prominent hotels, such as The
Antlers, of Colorada Springs; The Bur
nett House. Canton. Ohio, and the Sandy
Lake Resort, a fashionable resort near
Cleveland, Ohio, is tue manager. Mr
Everett came directly from the Lake Re
-art to New B'rne when the Chatlaw ka
Hotel Company -ecu red hi- sarvici-.
New Berne is Incoming a favorite re
sort tor Northern visitors and the Cliai
tawka furnishes convenience, comfort
and elegance to satisfy the best of them.
The luct that the ho el is upon the
banks ot the River Trent, only a few
hundred yard- from the River Neu-e, and
receives the pure and r, freshing lire, zes
from both, is much in its favor.
Success lo The Chattawka.
CROPS YVKST AXO SOUTH.
Happy Condition ol the Southern Far
mer as Compared WMi the Wes
The Kearney, Nebraska. Daily Hub
tells of crop statistics in five Western
Shoe collected bv Lyman of dago, Presi
'dent f the First National Bank of (,'hi
: i -ago with the co-operation ot oilier liauk
' er-. These reports are sent in by the
banker- from their individual counties fur
. business purposes and are inlievel lone
j absolutely impartial and corie.t. Com
i pared with corresponding reports in the
I South they have a tendency to make the
' Southern Fanner very well satisfied with
his happy c mdition of Mae crops mid
abundant -upphe- even if he does n t
have as much cash as thev- would like
', and beleive they ought to have.
Mr. Gage's conclusion from the reports
1 i- tliat there will be suffering in Western
Kan-a- and Nebraska, where the crop's
; practically liave been a total failure, anil
the fanners will n quire assist, nee from
! the outside to enable them to get throngh
the wini i r.
In other parts where thefarniei-- man -ged
to make as much as o half or .wo
thirds of a crop, they arc expected to get
along c 'infortably.
Is Nebraska is .the .-late from which
prospectors have recently visited North
Carolina looking to the removal of a
number of the farmers and di.u ymeii to
this state we copy the rep ut from ihat
State iu full.
Nebraska Reports from th- northern
"Pii'ked-l'p" by The .louruol I
' Always Id "The Swim "'
Statements arc being ii. ,1, i
men are having ran- .. I
coast and ma r-hes, h li nine 1
KM t W. W. I., w i - i i
1 will preach III lhe 1 i '.
I , '
1 church on Fli-el -, ; - I I , .
! A postal from ( 1 in pia I i ! :
! tion (,)" ihr killing ol r, , , . .
ilhree inilet- from Fowl, i : , . . ,
the illy. He wa- Kilf , I ,, , , , ,
fal'in by means of a I i le I ..mi . I i ,
! A number ol our nn i b a - ,
big their stock-- of go,-;.,! if, i ' -:
Asa ill t- I hey a re bn i 1 1 . p i - ,
and wi II be amply u , p , i . , I : , in
nice a line and ai a, gr i.
a- call b got vi i ;,n ', h
1 Mr. M. Porter lhe brick -,;,i ,
l!i verdale is in the cil . H- h
i of about 200.001 1 I a i, k I !i . . .
129,500 now ii'iir lb- A A . i
depot, and is piepune- :,,
The Kin-t ui Free Pros
"We are fold that Mr. Loni, I'
Mr. -Jesse Jackson's land, load. I
1 his ..f niolas-es Iroiu the cine : ..
a tiaction le-.- lhau half an ;u ir. w ,
fertilizers. The molasses a ,
measured. This is a t reuien, !,,: i
and we challenge the St :te b. bi;i' a
I A private letter from Washiin.-:, '
to one of our citizens slates th 0 ."-np
ing Architect O'Kouik- inhume!
winter of (he letter, who N :l , ,,n!
and builder thai the spceilii all. n .
public building would be r, :-K , o
month. This being the o- :'i
to be received here in a !, u da .
hope they will.
, i com-s the i
oiner The part of the state, north of the Platte river
n. of th s - de- ' and cast i f the 98th meridian, show a hay
,-i-oi iin.loi ,ii--liilf -.1 tliA iivuMfrp nuts
w :t o it enter- 1 i' " . " '
nn w heat urn e.r one-nan anu corn nnaer
he eastern one.naif, gouth of the Platte river and
ing any ot In r. Tin y a r
L. and over them are ., o -zon of lhe new j cast of the 08th meridian, poor crop; hay
rooms hist added lo the ho vi. , under one-third, oats and wheat over oni-
I. i.i- , n r-. j.i
The main dining room on lhe second ! aim uie com unuer one-urn . vuir,
Dart oi tue state, west oi uie oui men-
We have about 15! 73 middle street newbeemf, n c.
rolls of Straw Matting,
which we wish to close HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
out. If you need a
Matting take your pick
of the lot at N.Y. Cost.
"We mean this, as we
-will close out the lot
.and get no more.
J. M. HOWARD.
Sale of Valuble Lands in '
By virtue of Judgments rendered iu
the action whertiu The Nation il Bank of
New Berne is plaintiff and John Mercer
and others are defemlants. now peml r g
in the Superior conrt of Jon- - county . N.
C I will sell at public auction at the;
- court boose in Trenton in said .lotu s
cuaoty.on Monday the 1st day of Oetobn
A. li. 1894, the following 'amis situated :
-in vud Jones county, viz;-
All the land described in the pleaiiing-
io said action, including the tracts ot
land known as the Pocosm trie', about
350 acres; the Lewis lickersoi tr.nt.
about 200 acres: the Kornegay patent
vtract. about 196 acres; the Jeri v Heath
'irart, sboat 25 acres: the Ten Vb:'ak-r
.ttoot tract, CtO acres: the IK-r. ier-oa
trart, 100 acres, and the Simm ,n- i r.u t
173 acres the said lands being in a bo,i
aud lhe same ai'j'tining the land of W.
II. Scott, J B. Banks, Jr. and other- and
In-insf all the lands ol said John M ren
in said Jones county. N C.ms staled in
mortgages specitied in mi I pleioaig.
Tiiue ot sale 12 o'clock midd-iy
Terais of sale J Cash- to be pai l in G
niouths. and in 12 months. N t. s to
legmn lor deferred payments. Iariug
initrest at the rate of eight per cent
per annum. Title reserved until whole
of purchase roorn v is paid.
M. LVW. STEVENSON".
This Aug. 4th. 1S94. owtd
Sash, Doors and Blinds. 8tovea. Lime, Plas
OEVOE'8 READY2 MIXED PAINT.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.- mil
!H3e 'X7V. SMALLWOOD
Uinlor (iiiston House, South Front Stn ct. Now Borne. N. C.
fitliIj iitnk: of
Stoves, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
Table Ware, Barbed Wire.
GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
Litnc, Plaster :liiil CVmei'!.
DEVOES PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
he wib in 't accept.
Wlul- Virginia to-dav ;s not aide to
show a -ingle well -at tested centenarian,
j France claims to have a citizen who is
! 12(5 via'- , f ag. . This is Captain Sj-
vain, who i- alleged to have been born in
; lTtW, who wa with Napoleon at Mos
cov, and is still able to walk about.
i Richmond Di-pub-li.
An auction! er down .,: M :, . Ih-town.
I Del., talked without rest lor eight hours
the other d.iv. and
hundred and l-rtv hi
lei-ure in alien dame upon the -ale esti
mates that tin iiiKiioneer talked eighti -two
thou-atnl W..I-.1-. or enough to make
. ;a print the bulk of a fair ;.ed novel.
! Hi ii the negroes who robbed the ven
erable c-'frea-'.;rer John M. Worth at
' A-heboro are in jail. ne wa- captured
on the alh. II- l- the man who -Pile the
horse and rode away The thieves got
iaoi) and some ol thi- ha- i -en recovered.
The vain- i-flhe -ccuriln - th-y a!-o-ot
wa- not known.
1 ! server. New Berne Journal, and Kiuston
1 Free I 'less aie requested to publish these
piooeedings IL C. r 0SCUK,
R. W. Haywood. Chm'n.
A Scandal In Kaleitrli.
corrcsiiondent give you
floor at the eastern cMn-mity backward
ot the building from the street. It is
large, well ventilated and beautifully fin
ished and finely furnished. It will scat
between 7 and 10o peoph : just west of
it is the ordinary or dining room for early
and late meals which is similarly furni.-hed
and supplied. The e'egant silverware
w a- an nished by M r. I. H. Cutler.
Beyond tho dining room are the ki'.
chen, pastry room, fresh meat depart
ment, receiving mom for all supplies and
the servant.-' dining room.
Every one of tlm-e places is equip;.ed
in the stvle the verv be-t a 'aoted to it.
The range has capacity mi
for several hundred pi o
oven in which all the p..
one of lhe quicke-t ;:.;
every improvement n-i'ii
work, while the liugi n fi a
on a style not found
was built especially
icient to cook
le.- the pastry
a re cooked is
o -1 both have
eiator is bnilt
on the niarki t. It
tor the hotel accor
ding to a plan which Mr. riveriit's ex
perience teaches him is the be-t et found
for hotel purposes. It takes l00 pouucls
of ice at a time and is divided into several
compartment- for the various ai'lielcs of
food, it is expected to hold one for fresh
meals, one for mi:kaml butter, f.iroa-tiv.
The servant-' dining room i- supplied
th its own c rockery nothing used
there got- on the tables u-ed by the
The pailor is eiiui-it : with its heavy
dian. extendins from nordi to south
across the shite, show nn almost totil fail
ure of crops; dry, oats, wheat and corn
under one-quarter of a crop. Reports from
sundry counties in the western part of the
state show there is little hay and almost
a total failure as to oats, wheat and
Our farmer- who read the above cm
easily see how much better off they are
than are those of their occupation in lhe
And we can say that those good people
who emigrate to North Carolina meet
with a ready welcome and they w'll find
no such failures as they are now assiug
through. Tliere may, by some unsuitable
event be a diminished yield in s.,ine par
ticular crop or crops but other crops at
the same time flourish and give forth
their full yield. Such a thing as a general
failure does not occur.
Examination for Normal and Industrial
If any young ladies wish to enter the
Normal and Industrial s.hool at Greens
boro they will please meet Dr. John S.
Long at his office on Saturday of next
week. 15th for final examination.
The successfnl ones are uititl-d lo free
tuition in the school, and the rate of board
is remarkably low. It is lurnished at
actual cast and so many being together
reduces the cost to a very small figure,
i Your correspondent give you the
! -ailent fc.itur. sofa scandal which had
developed here, iu which a woman claim- j
1 ing to be Mrs. Mary Cram says she is the w
I lawful wifeol llliam Cram. lhe latter;
is a prominent Od.l Fellow here, and is a i
cd :n that time -ix member of a firm of iron founders. The !
nicies. A man of i .....i t,.,. ,1,. velum d on account of 1 he taking I
out of warrants at the instance of Mrs.
Cram, who charges Mr. Cram and the j
woman who had alwais been considered i
his wile here with fornication and adul-! ul!l1
terv. Neither Mr. Cram nor his wile No. '. Heme Mii-i- House of Mr. .V. Colin. t Coldsboro to bwansboro via Richland.
2. if the phrase be allowable, are here From the parlor one steps into the re- i Wc hope there will 1 something els- l-e-Thev
are North somewhere. Hi s firm I )lUm lllU nirni-i.-d in -pkudid -tvle i side talk. This road if it conies w ill run
lias a large iron contract at Pie school lor ' . ! . . . , , . ,. ,
at Mor-Miton and he ha- been '" '"rpeuu .11 vv nwii civet. ; iinougn u,e nuiiesipaiL oi t-uuiy.
Ah the rooms an I all Hie halls are car
peted superbly the lower front hail in
Another Contemplated Onslow Railroad
An Onslow county correspondent has
brus-cis ear let. cherry centre table, up j this to say on a matter of great interest
hoi-!eipd I'lirnituie and first-cias Meii!en and importance to that county:
it piano, lurnished bv tiie -New l liere is lots oi taiK oi a nu I roan iroin
'Personal attention to the prompt and
CO I loot
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one pound ot Scrap Ir-n
is ever used ia these .'" is.
DURABLE, CONVENIENT and ECONOMICAL.
All Molern Imr.r,vements to Lighten
Twenty different sizes and kinds.
Every Stove Warranted Against Defects.
Prices not much .higher at this time
than on commoner kinds of -stoves.
Can on or address
L.H. CUTLER CO., New Berne, ft. G.
I- W. Hrook-
i 1 .nvei-'ed In :b'
aad then il, - r. ,;,
in, value 1 ' a th,
the liqm :" i r
ti:-.- to tl,.- . x. --.-ned
hi- .. i n-j
dred peop'e w .P
i , l:g i u i -r 1 -i
at the salile tain
Now v," ; i 1
pr-d r;e- i a ke, ! in
.h-ino ,-d bv tli.'
mi. 1-. an i Iran !r
t i n the a- .'.
in- of the e a-'. '.
i. on kii-w u. t
things are apj .,:
P' lake ai tb-
ll ,ie nevei -.a ;:
ing fia-v c m-
' .f Ma i kc Tex.-- w-a-Mithodi-t
d his -;ock : amountiii i
;-.i;-.d 'ioiiars. He ponml
:i;e publn -ijuare. set
..:i. 1 b., ria 1- and a!-i , cn-
- t" th- tiaui, -. Five hi, :
--i dj'he i!' -:i u, ti.in.' --r.il
- with -iiiging we'.e In-ill
and p'a- '.
e ei n
i on v
; ve- nvi'i
man t n
Sne lireii a. ban
awakening took ;
tired two -hots but
to the burglar emu,
a confederate of tl
- e-' ., k at the
,e went p t hi
er h iinl ami s
i. nau-eit i'V
1 .i.-t w een tin- facings.
w 1. e. and her bus! ,and
he pistol and he also
without effect owing
tin-re looking after that matter, but left
tliere la-t week. Wile No. '2 and her -on
have bten away a month. During her
iong ie-ideuce here some tw. nty years,
she has always conducted nerself well
and ha- many fiiend-. This scandal has,
therefore, cans, d a great sensation. With
wife No. 1 is her son a youth of lit yeais.
It was expected thai lhe ease would
come up for Inuring before a magistrate
lo- ' 'V, bui Mr Cram ami wife No. -din
not arrive in the city, nor wa- wite
. No. 1 present at the I ll . - is, Tate's ofh-e.
Mr. Cram and wife No. 1 are Caiiulian-.
I.a-t night Mrs. Craru No. 1 sent to a
niagi-trate for the warrants she had is
sued and it is said wished to withdraw
1 1 1 1 i i i . The mag strate says he sent lor
them, but she did not return them. To
, t i v he threatened contempt proceedings
and ih' ti she ut them. He says Cram
a il b here in a tew days to meet the
i; '..- - Hal. Cor. "il. Messenger.
At Maysville N. C. Wednesday Sep
tember o. at the ic- d, nee of Mr. L, w is
Bynum gran l-fadier of the bride. Mr. J.
1'. Rogers to Mi-s Aurora Sam tu-isill.
Mr. and M i - Rogi r mak- their home
for the present with Mr. 15.. mini,
Itiiyiiig- Onslow Land for a Colony.
Mr. D. E Sandlin, who came over
ye-P-iday evening from Hichlaud-. On-low
county, bring- information that parties
from the North are buying large trai ls of
! land in that vicinity with a view to
locating a colony.
He also brings encouraging news of the
verv hand-ome e'
the back ha!
handsome Bigelow Hrusv!-. the t
floor front in elegant bodv Brussels.
its back hall ill heavy ingrain carpet.
Every room is carpe'e ! 1
a'd-w on. iug: a. i carpel .-. ;
comic. I a- '.he 1' w ;:.: 1. i
A i i 1 le inn I lei . 1 1 - a 1 1 i a i ; 1 1
to e i r window were
W. H. A- R. S. Tin -the
elegance do. - ;
prominent North (
o t!o-e. Then i proposed railroad from, that
cr on the other I Uoldsboro. Wil. Messenger,
which they u , ir- p a-. i..,-o
does th- tine, hall 1-oandv
niture do credit to Mr
New Berne who supplied ;
111 this respect. L.v,
ill beautiful oak far
Tin- bridal chum!
in blue and -old
T I ie read; i a. -1 n i.
i- long, well liiiP i
-U pplii i I '.V I i '.Wo
.... I eve: ! , li
lt i- b.U, r lh ,a .- o
i hat "ibe boi -" w ii
The flat ro if of t
ed around lorui- a
ing a beautiful
land. It is lOOx.'V
the -uinmer be i
l ex li a superb
! f - -lairs are
In .av velvet
e li .e cil; t.dn-
n d by Messrs.
!' Raleigh, and
r.-da. I" the
. i mi t-'i'i 1 1 ly
de-igne 1 hir-
ire h i -e :
ij'iiii i- . a : n i-hed
like to hear who i re the
the -( heme and what arc
, in i the prospects of it being accomplished,
iid j It would unqii' stion ably be a great gain
md to every portion of the country traversed
as can be seen by t lie Iresu impetus given
to the country along the line of the W.
N. ec N. R. R.. recently finished.
. i : , i
,q 11-. "
Ali the Evidence Was Submitted.
Epitoh Jouhn'ap: I noticed in iln
Jot'KNAL of August 23rd, an ariicie
headexl "Plain Proof," and also no:ic. d
at the bottom of that article that Jas. A.
Thomas had li s name attached. In his
letter to a Mr. Street, he seems to doubt
veiy much that the evidences procured
bv the ministers (who went to New Berne
uter of! to investigate the charges against Rev. W.
iu. est oi aiiegeu cirunKenne8S) were ex
hibited to the committee at the District
conference held at Hatti ras, N. C, June
"2 7 1 ! i . I believe those gentlemen (who
procured the statements) are men ol high
i. nd noble characters and also firmly lie-ii-ie
that they placed before the coinm.it-ie-
all the evidence- and statements : hev
pi ocii re' l.
1 was chiirman of the investigating
committee that acquitted the 11 -v. W. L.
W'S! and wilh all the statements and
-videndi s on. nght liefore us as a commit
tee it wa- impossible to sustain Un
charges brought against him.
I earnestly request this to be published
la the Journal.
N. S. Cbowukh.
Maishallbe.g, S.pt. 3d, 1894.
j Mr. John L. Smith. : .san . h .'
Noriolk, came up from .bud.
1 terday to eanvassjin N'cwM! inc. II ,
j has just sold '.he I'armelee Heed ,
three huge bailers which w," c
more than three hundred I,... ,
additional capacity for the ia;
will now run eleven boilers m :
seven as heretofore.
LT. S. Commissioner E. C Hill ic
dec'sion Wednesday m the . a - '.' I'
Faii'iing, the colored coimlcrf, i!i r. t
liefore him the previous day. Ile pi
mm umier a ?0() imhhi fn- in
ance ut. Feileral court, f.iilin- in
which he was sent to jail. lb-,-,
under which he was I 'n! ,..
aiding and abeting D.-nip.-. v Lb-'..
knowing him to be a oounli rlcilei
One More County .M .viii.' for !'
Roads. ( i iiilli ii , I county has f I- . e
have Ik Her roads. Tin , -noi :
have purchased a new i,ti n. .:
trying it and a'ter aluvodi -cided
(o put the conn: y eon , i, :
on the roads at once, and a -u.. ;
dent of the county force w a-app,,
A nutnljei of prisoners have i ' : '
senteiicel lo the work.
It would lie well for ( ia . ,i . ..
Ink.' si nil ir decesive step. W e, '
law-breakers lie in jail in idl, a, ., i
lie expense while honest nn n ...
iug on the roads and !
work is done towards keepinj i
An act that appeared b b' - '
point for such work in I hi -
made Some time ago bv Id- . m ,
missioneis. but it -e m- n. ; ,
coupled with such i on i,i i.-i - i :, :,
became elf. eli ve.
KEY. WEST'S lLL-noi(.s.
Some I'. rlinenl (Jiies'i.ui- l.o ih- !
holders to Answer.
New Berne, N .'.. i
Editor Journal: I c m n- ,
NAL of Sept. ol h a comiiiiii'' i -'
Hev. Vr. A. drab on in wh . h i:
to try to console liimsell in a i .
that he has made some r ...n j
lu defending Mr. West. I v. -few
pointed questions w hich ..
answer. The lir-t is: How and win i e. n.
came invol v ed in ibis i h -p e ! : i
Tlie in XI is Did he in 1 - , i
alter he had beea lo -cu r d j . . .
got Malemeul- that be wa -a . i,
lhe man's -uill, mil thai he hd ,,
how to ileal with him; An.i ,
not say lo me that Mr. i -i n
to him that, he had iiol lou, h, :
spiritous liquors, when he. '.' .1. - -investigating
ah nit him mi a . h., ,
to thi, and t hat he. ( . i al i on. I,., ,
lo his satistacliou that W. -l u .- ,
the lirst as well as the sc. m ,1 , f ,
And why does he try lo mak- . .,. ..
I ha( I iBi-gcd Mr. E. ' S. St re. I s n '..,.
F.u ifiny memory served m-i e ! .
write his statement lor him but b
hi-ow n name. And in -h .in- , ,
l he b .-timony he can in Mr. H - '
w hy is it that the tesli m , f ' i
Hilchett who was board in: g at I ., :
ford 1 1 oiisc at the t ime. doi - i io ! .q- ..
And why is i( that the P '.
bail er W. II. Shepard, i- n-: i
who sivs he knows Mr. We i. ,.
West, Was in his barber -hop a o
to go . ait and bu y bo b w h i-k - o -for
linn and that Mr. W e- ilnni. ,
shop and wai so drunk thai i: : .
i n his Iloor and that he -,,: o, I
yetle's t rausfer and went on
h .. w ilt that ran be H " ,1.
And, w by is it thai iheie i
said ai.out the evidence of In. bo ,
was a! Shepard'.- H iiber 'p wo,,
that he want out and bou-ni w
Mr. West an. I that Mr. W i.-I ..i :
the stro, t the next lime he can, e i
Berne and gave him '25c and
not to say anything about wh.o ;,
done for him i
Mr. Graham asks the .pi- 1 1 -.
West were not a N.nlh. in Vi,.1 b
would this war be madi a- fui : cm
will answer that question b) .
if he had the cause of chri-i , n
red ,l:,l ):,::
rvab iry , gi v
'ill river and
. w-::: ,im- ng
into a roof
Pride is a universal attribute. Even the
....in ..-!,,, Ii'ia n.tliinfr Ia l.o imvmi,! iu ,
garden by being supp'.ic I. wilh plant- and ) doubt j)roua0f the fact.
heait as he has lhe bun b
presents would he III lo ,i,
tional leeliug betwifn ih. . '.
Il ibis iloes not -nth . : ' ,
Now iu regard hi ni
Mr. Giahani 1 lini I . ,;i .
lvmember giving bin, .v.:
ment but I do leiueni..
West a litter ol r-coni'i.-sei'ond
time 1 met him be, a:
that sectional feeling wilh
Graham seems to be so llm
rated, and I was charilablo ,
lieve that the accusabon u
was mistaken, and the In, t- .
Jas. 'A. fl
You will find.
f . .
E I. 5 . , ' ,
' s Ji v
.. : m in
;t;:; ; . i, uT tlie
): .; inlorcst
i. i . i nu j)(H)j)le
o! tins section as
i..!, wo arc
. .. If II MIIIIHIOOO
lis L''::i'ers In
: r. n
. M U f i H M M MM M MrOO
Sf. ' f M I' ." r
fvlUKN ds. PcSORLEY'S
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'l o l III , :'
i i ( 'ohi, ' '
i" 1-1 eel b nt Ci-jnrs
, . i-.-fi?