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F" JUST THINK !
S:3 th'krJfc'rf tariinf 'fa I
THE WEEKLY JOURNALg
Vr WEEK, Tor 1.00 Per TEAR.
NTBICTLT IW ADVAHTE.
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Single Copies, 5 Gents.
NEW BERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C, DECEMBER 20, 1894.
m ill l l
z1 1 .
T T fTTTT
. And a single application of CUTI
CURA, the great skin cure, will
afford instant relief, permit rest
and sleep, ami point to a speedy,
-economical, and pennanent cure of
. vthe most distressing of itching,
-burning, bleeding, scaly, and crusted
skirt and scalp diseases, after phy
sknans, hospitals, and all else fail.
Exert a OeCtlliir. brifrf&tnir' artinn
-., on the skin, and through it upon
.V the blood. In the treatment of
, distressing humors they are speedy,
T permanent, and economical, and in
their action are pure, sweet, gentle,
and effective. Mothers and chil
dreu are their warmest friend?.
, -v..;. -.- i :
Sold dutMchoat the wro-ld. Potter Dkcg akd
Cum- Coir., Stile Pro;-;.. Huston "AH
-- .afaaat Baby" bkin. Sea! p a.;J Han," maileJ frcv.
If ttretf. ariilnr, nmnnii mot li
en knew ;h com'ort, urencth, aai
wfealily in Cul'tur I laite r, they
vtM.ld never be Vhout them. La
th m'M ftnd best.
Price : : Reduced !
From 75c per yd.
-V To 50c. "
f- - AJso a full line ol
Ladies Dress Goods
which if will pay you
to see before purchas-
- ing "elsewhere.
ID- IF1. Jaris
C3 POLLOCK ST.
r . Wjkw berne, jsr. c.
..- Onr stoek for the Fall and Win
" - ter Trade ia'now complete in all
Deart men ts.
Oar AKso.tment of DRESS
. . i GOODS is especially Large and
carefully selected from the Latest
Styles. We invite especial atten
tion to onr line of
DLACK OutSS GOODS
."lit will repay to examine them
ab4 fret oor prices before purchas
i We are snts for the B. & G.
j ThomsOBS (ilove Fitrinsr,Dr. War
r ber'a Health, aud various makes
- of Corsets.
.'We carry a fall line of the Liar
nsoarg iauoes wnicu. wt- guaran
' tee i JLonsf ,Wesir!ii. a
shoe yon can tlejenl upon to give
" yoo entire satisfaction every time
; Fall line of Carpets, Oil Cloths,
- iuatung8, Kugs, Art Squares in
latest td attractive designs.
"Oar pilces we guarantee to be
as low aa yon can obtain anv
- where for FIRST-CLASS goods,
.and we are
Jstisi U to bs Undsrsold.
C - When in the City you are invit
: ed to make yourself at home in
: . our store and examine onr Stock.
; - Na Troaile to Slot Goois -
Samples gent upon applica
iBoxes of those Cele
brated Choice Pale
Cream Cheese to hand.
;. Price Low,
Tis said but w hether or not
Let bards declnre who've seen em
That Love aud Time have only got
One pair of wings between 'em.
In courtship's first delicious hour.
The Iioy full ofc can spare 'em.
So, loitering in his lady's bower.
He lets the Krey beard wear 'em.
Then is Time's hour of play;
Oh! how he flies, flies awuv!
But short the moment's short as bright.
When he the wines can borrow:
If Time to- lay has had his flight.
Love takes his turn to-morrow.
AM Time and Love, your chniiLre is
The saddest and most trying.
When one l)egins to limp asjaiu.
And t'other tnkrs to flying.
Then is Love"s hour to stray;
Oh! how he flies, flies away!
But there's a nymph whofe chains I Vcl.
And bless the silken fetter.
Who knows, the dar one, how to dial
Willi Love and Time much better.
So wi ll she checks their wondering
So peacefully she pairs Yin.
Tlat Love with hex ne'er thinks ot
And Time lorever wears 'em.
This is Times holyday;
Oh! how he flies, flits awav!
A REP1 BI.KAVS VIEWS.
I.. UrMt (iivea His Idriui on
Maj. H. L. Grant, of Goldsboro, who
was extremely prominent in the fusion
councils here last summer, is here again.
He is very qu'et, but talked a little about
legislative work. No one, he declares,
really knows just what will be done.
The proposition to employ legal advisers
lor the Legislutnre he regards as a confes
sion of wehkncfs, and thinks the ftisionists
will have plcntv of good lawyers in the
Legislature. lie holds the views, and
tays he has backing for it, that the Leg
is!ature can and will absolutely repeal
tbe present county government law, and
that by such an absolute repeal the mag
istrates, commissioners, etc., will cease
to exist as officials. If the law is only
amended there would le a qnestion as to
whether the tensure of office clause of the
constitution did not auply. After the i
law is repealed. Maj. Grantthinks another !
may be enacted. As to Senators, he-says
Uutler will of comse be one, hut as to
the other there will be a lively contest.
The feet tltfit Piitchard, Molt and Ewart
all live so close together will make the
fiilht the harder, and in the rase of ,i
dead lock. Chairman Holton, itli all the
prestige of his work during n e e eclion.
may come in. Mj. Grant says Ewart dhi
not spenk for the party when he intimated
iliat two Republican Senators miht be
chosen. Goldsboro Cor. Wil. Messenger,
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
Bruises and Strains.
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy-.
Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquers
Makes flan, or Beast well
WE WILL OPEX.
Monday Dec. 17,
Out TOT 1 11SMI Devest.
i IF YOU WAST A CHEAP
'H HINT AM
CALL ASD SEE VS.
NUNN & McSORLEY.
To MB. & MBS. SANTA GLAUS.
S TA ADA R 1 EXTRA CIS,
For the HANDKERCHIEF.
Regular sold at 50c Pcr ounce,
1 will sell to
for 30 cents per ounce.
Fine Quality and plenty ol it, bring
your bottles to be filled.
Fine J&panese Cups mi Siucers
at very Xqw
d 15 lOd
about 20th of Auz.. nart of a
Capt. J. M.
Held Up I
5t 1.000 for
that l'rof. I.evdi n
n ( l ived
English orhYiaU are appaienily uimiilt
through another Fenian so ue.
Carl Schinv. is otteriiiL' M ihm led
Strong advice. HnweM r. .Mr. Strung will
hardly orl'er Carl an otliee.
Harrison seems to be very siR:etul in
keeping his biinin out f the nn.uilis o
the incautious gosi)ei.
The advance in the price ol plate lJ is
indicates an iujnaie in l lie immb.-i
those who live in glass houe.
The treasury gold reserve n.nv ,i iitie
Wells Goodwin, a centenari n-. die I l
his home, in Newlierrv Cent' ' . a :i.i
The Senate Committe on Kuks eouh)
not arrive at any eoiicliin.n on the cloture
Police Captain ( reedon was before the
Lexow Committee but resisted all etfnl.
to worm anvtliing criminating fiom bon.
Frank A. McKcan: cashier of tho Indian
Head Xaiional Jlank. Na-lnia. N. li., is
missing. He is short in aciounts between
Now that A 'a! ania has experienced a
g. nnine cyclone. Kueben Kolli's little
wind putl will attiact no attention.
The bicycle is making good reads, and
good roads are incieasing the number of
For a plutocrat J.i Hung Chang appears
to be experiencing a hard winter.
The Chicago people think Defaulter
Seely exhibited excellent judgment in se
lecting thatcii v to be caught in.
Miss Mary at Asheville is again
The Little eilit-year-o!d Kin
is learning to ride whee'.
' i e.
35,000,0UO worth of pK.periy is de
stroyed in the United Stale- evcrv year,
bv lorest ti'ee.
Lady Sophia Cecil v. i.o is now 04. is
the lest survivor ol H e funons Uill at
Brussels on the night la tine the battle ot
Arabian aud Persian women arrange
their hair to day exac tly as they (lid 1,000
years ago, and cover it with curious tur
bans, chains and veils.
In Charlotte the g:and jury found a
true bill agiinst Emma Claik, a disrepu
table white woman, and a negro named
Dave Taylor, charged wiih arson. She
hired the boy to burn the bouse where she
had it, 500 insurance on 1'urmlure.
Jerry Simpson says his political future
will depend upon the state of his health,
and. he might have added, the will of the
voters in his district.
Texas officials are positive that the in
dictments against the Staiiilaid Oil Cos
officers will hold water. But the impor
tant question is, will they hold oil?
So long as mobs of hoodlums attempt
to wreck domestic churches, as they did
in Chicago recently, would it not be well
io divert some of the foreign missionarv
I money to home channels?
Two negro hack drivers are tin ler ar
rest in Atlanta, da., suspected of having
murdered two white women last Friday
An Ashevtlle, X. C, dispatch tavs:
Miss Mary Stevenson was not quite so
well yesterday, and the Vice President
did not leave for Washington as was ex
pected. The Clyde steamship Algonquin failed
yesterday from Jacksonville bearing 30,-
000 boxes of Florida oranges, thus break
ing the world's record for an mange cargo
by 11,000 box's.
Scientists say that the time will come
when every known disease can be cured
It is believed, however, that people will
keep on dying, all the same, even iftbu
doctors have to tind new diseases lor
Joseph Keau, lorenian in the roundhouse
of the L. & N. shops at Decatur, Ala.,
committed suicide last night by swallow
ing 25 grains of morphine. He had been
drinking for three years.
Thnrsday Gov. Cnrr issued the com
missions to tbe nine Congressmen-elect
ihree Democrats in the Second, Third and
Sixth districts; one Republican in the
Filth nnd five fusionists.
Thursday 000 of the 1,200 blankets
bought for the use of the State Guard
were delivered. The- blankets are made
at Elkin, N. C, are grey, with red.
white and blue border, and the letters "X.
C." in the centre. Their quality is stand
ard. II. George Peaice, who decamped from
Mobile. Ala., nearly two years ago, alter
perpetrating an insurance swindle which
is sud io have netted him 1100.000, ha.
been arrested aud taken to Mobile for
A negro attempted to asxinlt a 2 enr
old white child near Center Point, Ark.,
but was driven off by two wom-m. He
was lodg d in jail and a mob-Look him
out and baDged him to a tree.
Mrs. Mattie Fowle Avera. daughter of
the late Gov. F-iwle and gran 1-daugliter
of the late Chief Justice Pearson, w ill be
marred January 9lh to Mr. J. Walter
Myatt, a prominent tanner ol Johnston
It is custom irv in China lor the writer
01 a letter to addiess the man to w hom
he is writing as '.nj elder brother,'' and
usually begins with the phrase, "May till
the blessings of life le showered upon
you, such is the wish of your imbecile
junior." The address on the envelope .s
"Irom my humble a1 in to the glorious ;
Palace of Pearls of my elder brother," i
and it makes no difference w hether he j
lives in a dugout on the side of a hill.
A Philadelphia glass polisher, twenl v-J
til do years old, was lately seized with the
strange notion that it was his duty to be i
sacrificed for tb - b-Letit of poor lost i
souls. He-tirst be-ought a harbor to
"please cut his throat, and when he
I po hely declined the victim call, d on a
butcher to perform the task, but he ala
refused. Later lie was taken into cus
tody. The college g adu tie of-t) ye.ii ago
isn't in it today. He thiiight when he re
ceived his dipunna. that he was a highly
! fin slie I proim t, b it thepoii!iir.g pioces
j then was not what n is now. In I he in aniv
' sports lie wasn't knee high to a ninth
corpor.il. I he foothill tre-lunan m to-day
is a st. rv m il a half higher a nd a f.otbdl
nior haves him out ofsight.
A Missouri farmer met a stranger in
i Kansas City yesterday and kindly cashed
a draft s-igii,-d by k'A Russet Apple." And
, now the farmer wishes he had not bitten
I on the apple.
I Queen Victoria is said to take little in
terest in current alfaiis, and to be suffering
i a great deal with rheumatism. It is leami
i that she is ;ailing into state of melao
j A young woman has come from Ku
j rope to get a man out of the New York
penitentiary for a husbaid. When a
I young woman wants a husUmd she is
I goiDg to get him, no matter where he may
i be bidden.
I The Weather Bureau announce that
: beginning January 1st. 1S95, an addition-
al wind signal, to bj kiv-wn as the "llur
i ricune Signal," will be displaye I when
occasion arises. 1 his signal will consist
of two red fligs with black centres, one
above the other and will be used to au-
I nouoce the expected approach ot tropical
numcanes, ami also ot those exremely
severe and dangersous storms which oc
casionally move across the Lakes and the
northern Atlantic coast.
NORTH CAROMVt IIAIKVIM..
The Adaptability l r Male anl
Empertiilly I lie oasl Region Io llii
BllsinettH Tlie Address Iroul Hie
President ol tlie . '. Ia i r men's
- i. m
the President of tin
Carolina Dairymen, th
which was the le.-ult
i , rga ii .. it i.
f the ia-t
Fair. ': he letter i- addre-' d to the f
crs of the Stale an I ets forth the lie
-il' h union, and the benefits that a'e e
jncted to accrue from membership.
Such an Association Iras our lu-aity ap
proval. There hits not in the pa-t he- n
otiii-tenth the inlelligent ill'oft ilnn-l-d
towards dairy intcrists that then- -l.ouid
have been. Willi proper iifnrt will conn
!a development along thi line thai will
ii)tik people woiidtr why l:i the world
jour )eople were ever o long contelit to
i pn fcnase hut ter ai.d clu i - a lino-t cut 1 1 e
l ly from beyond the borif r- of tie- Siite.
The niouiitain regions of our St Ue have
done more in the pa-1 in ill .-, ii;e t hall
; the coast region, tl" i:.:ii the iatti-r !l in ly
adapted to it.
That discerning, well iufonurd and able
I writer, Mr. Chas. Ilallork. n-cently had
'an admirable an icie in the F.hz-ihctn City
! Falcon-I-Yonoini.-t on
; Eastern Carolina in t
Xorthern visitors t
time of the unveiling i
J tiie loth C iinilftYm
I menteil strongly on tm:
j ness of tins local'tly
abundance of stream-.
the p-.-.-ilnlitn's of
hi- le-p'-i t and the
Ni .i 1 teriie ,d the
if t'i ' 111' It 111 !!! lit to
X'i.lmite 1-. I'o'.i;-
I iy i'i a-i m o: !
larg.- and -mail.
; pute v alef not sluggish pools bu' ch ar
and wholesome running water anyone
who has ever . Ir.ven over our public high
ways knows how closely together -ncli
. streams abound, w lrch i- the very thing
I for dairying and the- lam'salong the bank-
can easily oe conveite'
into l.ne grazing
"1 :n iv. in 1 1 lem
1, . f "in -,- int.-i-
I bring liiem 1" a
I lands, in fact hundred-
are such natiirally. t hong'
I ligent improvement win
! state from which vastly h
:ln i r- suits c u
I lie obtained.
j We have heard goo I rcj orl
: dairying has been tried. t:ir own
men, Messi.-. Hack'juni A: Wiih
give moie attention to the hll-ine
any one else in this itnnie liate 1'
milk trom till v to sixty cows ;
hundreds of dollars worth of milk u.oniii
ly their business is a growing one. .u d
Mis. J. W. Moore, who has charge oi the
butter department of the Imsine-s. tin i
rcady sale tor all that can be maile.
With organization, the evchange of i -periciK-e
and the more g- reral di inniiii
nalion ' I infi'iniiation lelrilm: to th--industrv
a -b -c' 1 1 e- oin n v c i promi
nent One ill l,.e l -all -e ..1 lltll', , w
We hope the
ilddl-e-S of I'ri .-'nh-nt
I e carefully li ad and
that the Association may gather in u any
members from this region.
SPORTSM AN AMI A I 1111)11.
A Strong but Well-Deserved Compli
ment to Mr. ('has. HalloeU. I
The Sportsman's Review ot Chicago j
in its elegant Christmas rutnlier. has a
page nrticle from the secretary of the N'a-I
tional Game Protective Association,
which gives a portrait of Mr. Chas. IIal-;
lock and pays him the billowing high ;
compliment for snccess ti! work he has
done towards the protection of the g;a ue
of this country.
"The first movement toward forming a !
Xational Association tor game and lish
protection was made by the late W i 1 1 u i r
F. Parker (of Parker Pres.. Meriden. '
Conn.) and Mr. Clunk's Hillock, the
popular sporting author. j
"In 1871 the editorial notes of .Mr. W. j
F. Parker as published through thcool-j
umiis of bis journal, the American:
Sportsman, attracted general atti n: ion to
the prospect of organizing a national as-1
sociation. and Mr. Hallock's potent j
influence was widely and wisely circulated
in the same direction, by means of the
publication which he fouu.le I and lost civil i
during the crucial stage of its develop-
"If Mr. Hallock's claim to the gr.itil.nle !
and good will ol American sp .rtsin.-n j
rested solely upon his labors on la-half of
the propagation of g.itne and lish. he j
would stand deservedly high in the es i :
mation of those members of the fraternity
who appreciate real sportsmanship, and
believe in giving "honor to whom honor
is due, ' aside from his distinction in thi
tield of work.
''Mr. Charles Hal lock p" c-.-e.-a faculty
in almost divine gilt -which i- in itself
the open regime to tiie In arts of his fellow ;
anglers aud spoi tsmcn. tie is one of the :
most versatile an I vigorous of American
writers on the sports of tield and flood-'
wielding a graphic pen with t nicel ul
effect, and his admiring lvadeis aie num
bered by tens of thousands, not alone in
the United State- but m other lam is "
An unfortunate news vendei
chez. Armenia, was
dis--avert d -.1
English newspapers which e
severe criticism of the nias-aere
was iminceliately se-ied by the '1
anthori I ies tlm vn inio a cell and
there without food or water for tweiit
Hours. then lie vas taken out
llnggeel. after which the lingei- oi l
right hand were cut oil'.
This treatment, he was inloriiii-d, iv
simply a hint of what he might e xpivt
he persisted in eirculalin
stories about the Sultan's subj n-t
The Xew York Worid luu
cabledispatch of the 12th. in
ee hie 1 1
gives an app.ill'i g report ol Japane-e
cruelty at Port, Aitlltir. 11 -ay's that w hen ,
the tro-ips cllteied tlmt town on .Noe.
21sr, they pliinnei'id and 111:1-.-;, ere d pine
tically the entire tow u in e nd blood with ,
hoiriole atrocities, butchering the defence
less and unarmed inhabitants in their
liousts. anel unspeaka'-ly multilat'mg their
bulics. The unrestrained reign ot iiiunler
continued for four days It speaks of this
as the tii st stain upon Japane.se civiliza
tion, but that they in this cas-.jre'ajised into
barbarism and the fore'gn corre-ponelenl-borritied
by the spectae-h-. left the- army in
a bo.'iy. It seems to us that il the "J ips"
acted as savagely as slated: the cot re-p ui
dents have been a very long time in id
ting the public know it.
tin illustrating w hat energy and thrift
can accomplish on a Sou. hern farm, ih
Souihein Siate- Magaz'ne ivt'er t. tne
case of a family of brothers th it -etile-d in
Arcadia Parish. Loiiisana, about six yen
ago, with only a lew him lied if'il .i's.
They are now worth $100. 000. Tuey had
on hand, from tin-seisms hit i-'inj.
10,001.1 barrels of r.
w loch the
C - lo
cost the-tr. less than s.pui(H t
counting expe.se- ot ever'
10,000 hanei- will be so,.'
net $3 a bin re i and upw i..'.
brothel's have .fur-, .u hen o- ,
There are in i Ii -,,u i h t, -,i
agricultural opp,.i :un :i - n
taken a I van: ag- . d.
it a pr
Notice is hereby given that appiicalYn
will hematic to the next C nunal etii
1)1 y by D. I'ong.liei aid others, f r a
charter lor a Irani road, to b pointed m
the counties ol' Craven. .bun- and
I . I'OM.I'HN A I) o I" 1 1 l".us.
Dec. 14. 1804. el l -il in
Application will be made to the next
Geucial Assembly of North Carolina to
amend and change the tharteis of the City
of Xew Berne and the Xewbern Academy. '
RonT. Hancock and others, i
I MM Kill Tld MKETINC.
.: ' hi imi'iii in Kiivur Tlicrt'iif,
Severitl V d d resses- I ti i la I ion Exten
ded to tlie President and -eneral
Vi'iil ( I i lie I n t eni a I ional Com pany .
A ' . !. iy .eojde. representative of
the 1 .i- : i : i ' 1 proies-iunal population
ot the - -ii-bh-l at the Citv Hall
piir-uan: : th "I Mayor Ellis to
i.ii-lihrth - I nun graliou movement by
il.oiial ( oiuinatioii Campaiiy.
Ei.i- in'rodiiced Mr.-. le.ir.l
s ho inv I'lv s'-rid t he n ject ol tlie inei t -ng.
i e wo'h prop, .-.-.I to be done hv
la- I !': alia! ( ' 1 "1 1 1 . 1 ' i ol i Company
h 1 1
-i u' -1 : N- i t at tin- i ii'i'Iimiiv 1
1 1 -1 ! iii.;,if.s r aily t-. i oiiimeiH e moving,
oi lia- li'ltei' c a-.- 'f igru illturi-t-, men
w h . y a, -1 ot coin t- iisU for woi k
1'iii ;ii li.iv i -ii :- .ii '1 in ihe lioiues.
ti.i ; i, i- inti-iidi.d immigrants
have ;-Y ' i - be placed in Eastern
or i i mi .! Noj-.h Carolina, or flasiern
' . i g ' . 'I hi wa- the way the i:i-e
-tood and it remained for the people he re
to say if l bey wanted then. She stated
all add Con d and a po.niinent object of
her work in iv wa-l.. -icuie ih:- making
of M.i',-1 h -a I the port i !' entry, the receiv
:i aii-1 di-tr. billing point for all who
conn-. Tiai-e (-.lining did not wish to go
fai'tYr -miih than W Jmington nor to
a- hh-ak in rtii.
Mr- li aid -," k - V ry highly of the
iai.li I' roi in'" ii ' I iuiniigiants a.-hardv
W. Wat l's. wli-i 1 1 1 in e years ago
bi-iain.- -tr.uigU inipie-se I in
:. Ibu g and hi- work.
If of tne -clieuie. say
vc e st our people
o al t -i in to the point
-poke v. -inn 1 y in b
ng ih it ii won 'd j.
una! -ii a.- i 't innn-v
y tiaili'il tin-i . lieu I by i his coin- j
1 1 .- -aid it wa- propo-ed to settle'
r fiiiir bli' die I lamilies of them
her.-. Il -e u.-iiie l"tei.tiotl is to place a I
iiilindi r w inch can b- easily accommo-I
date i and as-iu.nitl ited in several localties. I
Mr. .la-. -V. lirvan lolioweil and spoke I
along the line, not only of the immigi'a
tioii. hut the establishment of factories, our
ad ipl il-ility to them and the benefits that
wotinl : ccrii'-. He concluded by making i
a l r . . lion mat Maw r I-jllis be requested'
by the, cltix -lis to :-onli illy invite Emil '
Liinlbn : u'. the ' ieni ral Agent of l he com-j
ji;i',y an 1 his associate. .Mr D. T.
i'lirn -i'. the Pre-ident to vi-it In re and see I
l. r tiieai-i ive- wh it we have to oiler and
In I'Ll mi a ibrict intclchange ol idea:;
with 1 or people. The motion wa- carried
un .iijn iUs.v as wa- also a motion hy Mr.
H. 1! Unify th.t Mayor Ellis appoint a
r 'eption c -iiimi : tee. withihe Mayor as
i ha I nil lone i and entertain the visitors
w hen ' h y c. .me.
,i r. ( ,, ;-. Hal.oi k heing pr-.-si tit wa:
p li and g ie ex jierieiicc s
1 1 ch bad c line under hi
I hem', a
but I c
lie ii'e.-e ill d what were his views
b ih sides i f tiie q n-siion. He
111- , lis i-Iv nit igt-s ami to some
ii i .h -iral ilily ol pacing huge
i p -oph- w ho could not speak a
1 E igllsti in any cmniiiuiiitv.
s .1 I -ii. -h
etc., do make
mi hat dispose. I
g a d p;. n,;e. ihev
I O O - I
n i: -h oil' v, -t -l ''is ntegiate asp
to tneir int -r, -t to do o. He
(J lvein -r of Minnesota was a
d in aiv in her i . dices were hell
le. ,1,, 111
Tne ue,.' ing pa --e !
and eve- a u ;i i : v . ill in !
me llL i f the next m - e
.If very pha-eiitU
ni-t the I'evelop-
A Ynlnahle i 1 1 to t'hapel Hill.
We copy the following from the Chapel
I ii, 1 "White am I I line :"'
Tne children of the late Prof. Edward
Iraham Daves have given from the exten
sive library of their distinguished lather a
valuable e-ollection of b.ioks to our Uni
versity Library. The gift consists o ('about
inn- hundred volume-, chiefly classical.
Tlie-V are tran-lations the principal
I.-iiin mill Ihee-k ;ititln,n and of course
wiii lin.l a rea ly accept nice in an Uni
f.:e University congratulates itself on
th.- .icqm-it'ion oi this valuable collection
iil'lin ,is iitiil for the .students the White
i: would express to the Daves
ncere appreciation and warti.e-t
Mi-tli4itist Preachers lor t h is list riet .
Th" f illowiug are the upp nntineiHs by
the c, mfei",. nee for tin- i li-ti id :
I". D. Swineiell. Pit-Ming Elder.
NiwlYiiie. Ceaii-i arv ihurch. L
Xew Pel'!'. -. Il incoe k s re- t church
i i , , I . i.-l .. l". . . P., u!. 1 1 C. PieMlllilll.
( i -1 sh r, , . .1 o ,n -. .! V. lln.-tinvi
'b. ,!- ci, u t. M M. M- F iiiand.
M'. ' the u ii I. N. M. Jam. v.
I nl . tang' i I - "I I. ( ;. f. -iuilllO'is.
S nrv Hill c,r, ui". D. I.. I"i:irnll:ir II.
K n-ton statin i,,I. (I. ( itn nrie.
K I ll-toll c I ellit, E I-. W lll'l IX
i a v i n ,- icuii . A. L I Iriiioiii I.
Joltes ( -i i l Hit. .-1 . P.. Tin p p
Carte ret ciivu t, Philip (.reetnng.
Mon head - n'j,.i. ( '. ( ; horn.
P.eaii'ot'l s; .tm a, R F. P.uiniia-s.
ui. J. ('. )(
ts r ,it- 1 r, nil. W. 1 .
( ol e S; ,11 111 1 M is -Inn.
Yallivb 'I' ' !!! lid. J
;-' . F. M nimbi
I. W. Wallace.
A. Il use
gel", f 'rule 1
n.g: Rev. W'. :
.1 ale- eircll 1.
Kinsloa go, - io I. an ml,
Lee. fornieny , I th
11:11-1, I 1", I I lot ue M s.:s
. n coiilen lie
Ite-nia rKable "l'orpel4 lloat.
Mr. s, -vnioiir Ai an, a n-nl. tit ot Syd
ney, Audiah ,. h ,s inv, nie I a submarine
torp -di. ;..:,!, which. In- claims, is c a pa
ll' e of -i uk in 1 i any depih. and of 1 ravel
ing ra pi i Iv tin-ler wiicr without reveal
ing its pnse-.c-. A w orkiug model of the
boa t e : ; rod on ( ). i ,1 1 n :!o. in i In- pu '
lie Intln a' f-v in ii-v. in t , pr -ern e of thi '
tin : 1 of Hope! ninth g v,"noi. tin- na
val con liilllil'illt, and n l, II an , !" of naval
sin. i intlil ii v ollicer-.
I tie i x ' rni -n's were a complete sue.
-s i e model riing. .-inking, turning, ;
c e: - ng. "1" : in -in t-ig -tat:-. nary ill obe
e Hi i in- to the . - i : r: i uri'1-iil hy which it
i-wmkel. Tii" n.vi-utor claims th it a
ful ! i;'" I l ;il wo'i'tl h.- i apable- ot remain
ing I'.u el' water f..r ihiee days. It w. uld
c.riv tniji-: -e-i-n iln- bow and sle: n
n eilil KIi.viiic Itesel.
'Allln boll sore long tunc -I
1 'n vsiciuiis w ei,- in vain."
1 last one day. a friend did say.
You'd s .on I.,- well again"
if you w ould ink -. as I did. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite- Pr. sciiptnni, f-'i" that is the cure
f.r nil the ,ii'c-uliir ailments of women.
I ; is a .Nile, simple and su re' remedy. It ban
ishes those di-i re-sing maladie s that make
om-.n's hie a I nirili-n. e uring all pain I ul
in. git: irities. uterine ehseudei.-. iutlaiiiina
ln. - an I u'e-en-etioli. prolapsus and kin-
ir weahnc-s(s As a nervine it cures
n rvous c.liaii -tion. prostration, debehty,
nni "m-s m. -rn il .nxiety and h pocliom Iri i
anel iinluces !' e-hing sleep.'- She to-.k
the- a-lvic" and is well. Fav..ri.e Prescrip
tion" is ilie only remedy tor the delicate
dm lUgn-m. i t- and weaknesses of females.
-,,d by ibuggisis. 11 iilel" a positive gum
nip. e "t curing in every ca-e. or money
pa'M lor it returned.
A-thmi cured, by newly tliseovcred
ii-, a r .hi-i.t l-'nr T-inmiihleb testimonials .-.ml
- ' ' - - J I
i cicivnces, ad.hess World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Bullalo, X. "i .
ULD Papers for sale at this office,
PREPARATIONS FOR THE FAIR, j
Privileges Let Others to he Awarded--
Attractions Provided lor and
RiinK- NiipHrpil.-Fri'imn1 to Exhibit
as Well as to Attend.
The contract for the !-ai!. on assensions
at the East ( aroaii. I'air have been
awarded. The - i v Ye- of the ( i race
Shannon company, which did such i x-
cellent work al tin
been si curt d. Wle-
t Fair have again
is -aid that Prof,
Ed It. lliitoh:-o: a'.d Huby De Vcau are
to give a-cea-o - i i .ill day and night
fVeiy o.'C k urn- whit 1 hat means -no
ascension- cm r ive i in tin- State were
more ph asing in all r.-p-. ts than those- at
the last Fair
Two ol ti e Fair privileges advertised
have liei-n awarded and two remain open
Mr. II. E. Royal! in.- secured the privi-
lege on runll ction-. and Mr. John I liiuii
on cgtirs. the sandwich and restaurant
privileges are yet to be awarded, and they
oiler a tine Ol a I .rl n n i I v lor the ones who
secure them to make money ea-ily ami 1
rapidly during Fair week for there are
thou-ani.s of people who will, during that,
time take meals ;n the Fair grounds
Some new and very special attractions ,
r the Fair have alreatly been secured
and ti.e officials have a representative in
Xew York now on the look out for others.
In due time moie iiarticular mention will
be made of them.
The officials are doing as they have al
ways done, sparing neither elf "I nor ex
pense in making the Fair , ru . e en
t:ye ot the re-ources, achi ....em- a d
possibilities of Xorth Carolina and
especially E i-t Carolina on all lines. The
tune is or.iwing nigh. Let all the people i
ot Craven and otlur Eastern counties, and j
those interested in the resources and in-
iliistries o' the whole State no matter,
where located bear the Fair in mind am I
determine to be repn sentcd at it. Kveiy
aiticle on exhibit ion tends not only to the
benefit of the Fair but rebounds to the
benefit of the whole community and ' s
peeially to that of ilie locality Irom which
it came. If vm have not yet prepared
au exhibit for the Fair give the matter
early consideration and if you have pre
pared one see. what you cm add to it to
still further add to its interest.
MR. OAWSON'S VERSION.
Ieelares the Attack on Mr. Rouse
Not Premeditated The Sons RiiNh
ed in When They Saw Their Father
in 4'oiiflict--The Whole Oeetirrenee
En. JoriiN.vi.: So much of the aiticle
that appi are. I in your paper of the 12th
inst, re'ative to the occurranee th it hap
pened between Mr. Roase and my mvself.
as states that the alfiav was maliciously
and deliberately premeditate! on my part
or my sons is not true.
It there was any pistol snapped at Mr.
1 . I . T .11.1 ..1 r 11 I .1
1 see any one e.-.t Mr. Rouse Wh I ! ilal
I ii, leist. i ,i,n sUlc i UJ( nut .--ei: o. no: n.o
i was sirnlilv to lY-sent wliat I cons il c- i an
inult to my daughter on the nitness
stand. My sons seeing me i g ig. el in an
affray with Mr. Rons
I here followed a general
Mr. Rouse was cur. I
the whole affair.
e i in, and
. . . in which
Kin-ton. Dec. Pi. ls'.U.
THE N A V A I. R ES E R V ES .
tinier of the County Commissioners
A ppropriating 833. OO per Month
Towards the M'aiutaiuanee of the
Ordered. That the Xew Pern,.' Xaval
Reserves be and said organization is
hereby allowed the sum of $2o.00. per
month, and said sum is heieby appropria
ted from the general county in id for the
m.-iiinai, a ea- ol said mdilary company"
j the -ame hem
i n, eel for the bencti- of
the county of Ciaven; the saiel sum to be
paid monthly ro the commanding officer
of sdei XfavaL Reserves, anil for a piriod
of two years beginning on the 1st Monday
of Decern ter, 1894, and ending on the 1st
Monday ot November, 1890. upon his
account, duly verified and audited to be by
him turned over to said Xaval Reserves,
for said purpose, Provided the said mili
tary company shall comply with the re
quirements of the law, in the matter of
organization, equipment, uniform, num
b a-, discipline nnd all the requirements
oi the laws and regulations of the State or
United States governing active militia, or
SiateJGuard o! Xorth Carolina.
And, provided further said military
company shall hold the mselves in readi
ness to serve i he county, of Craven; or its
civil authorities, or the municipal author
ities eif the city ot Xew Pei ne, without
charge to saiel Cra en County for such
services, whenever ami w In never under
the piovisious of the La-s. it shall be
necessary to call said Naval Res- rves into
actual sefTiee in cidmc n i he. writs of the
courts or in aid of the civil authority or
otherwise, i r in ca-e of in-iti r. ctiou, riot,
invasion, guareling jails, or other emer
gencies requiring tlie services of a United
Slates nd itaiy Company.
An.l provided further, that I lie said
Xaval Reserves, release and abandon, and
this order is made with ihe understanding
that the said Xaval Reserves release and
abandon, any lurther claims against the
said county of Ciaven for compensation
on account of services heretofore alleged
: to have been rendered saiel county.
An I. it is further understoo I that in
the event of a lailurc ot said Xnval liescr
ves, to comply with the foregoing provis
ions anel conditions or any one of the same
that s:i)el appropriation shall ipse facto
, ei a-e ami determine without fun her order
of t he Point relative thereto.
A tuiek Trip.
; Mr. John p;ilis received a letter last
night from Kin-ton, Jamaica, written by
I Capt. Ebjah Luptoii, telliiig of the arrival
there of tiie Schr. Mel v in.
She made the run fro i: Ilatteras bar to
' Kinslon in eight days, which is the quiek
e -t trip on record. From twelve to fif
teen ihus is the average time anil is con
sider' el a gooel trip it usually takes
Speeial Premium on lairliisr I ro
Mr. Clins. Hallock. agent for Special
Industries in Tidewater North Carolina,
:"i7 South Front street, offers 3 premium
lor li e best sample ol ho ne butter shown
ar the -.m.ing Xew Berne Fair. lor the Grand Loelge.
U-.-t .-pecinie-n of cheese and $5 fir the All the visiting M.:us,u,s e en. eel delight
ii, -t bale of home grown hay, other than cd with the city aoe! its people. xVIost ot
crib grass. j them leave this a. m. fjr their homes.
Very pretty home made buiter autl :
good hay of numerous varieties is shown
at every exhib lion of the East Carolina
Fair but we el . neit re.-ollict of ever hav
ing seen any die se i n exhibition Here
is an opportunity for the tanners and
dairymen to contest tor $15.00 in three
special premiums in addition to the regu
lar premiums that aie offered for the
same exhibits. Try for the pieiniums.
Tiie Roanoke Colony Memorial Ass -e
i ition's articles of incorporation and by
laws, with a list of nanu s of the sharehol
ders anel of the otli. er-n an I tae minutis
of the me.-ling helel -it Raleigh. Oct. "23,
1S(,)4, 1ms been ptiblishe I iu neat pamphlet
hum as unified in thai meeting, anel cop
ies are now being distribu-ed among ihe
stockheilders, of whom there are 104.
1'lw. A cuAI-inlinn Hodidoc ila r,dl
amount of cash, &c:, has two hundred ami 1
,ll,UU, Ul v."-", .V.,, ,0 K.U.IUUVILLM III,,. ,
thirty acre of land, with W. I). Pruden ;
,LS Trustee and ten acres of land (cite of .
1 the Raleigu Fort) in the name ot the As-
NEW BERNE PUBLIC Hl'ILUINC
VERY SOON" TO It E 4VONNTRI ITllll.
Fast Mail Appropriation Apprived -Jtidjrc
Allen Probable Receiver Fr
the Wilmington Nat'l. Hank.
Special to .InniXAi, )
WaSIIIS(TOX. D. C. Dec. 14 Su-
jiervising Architect ml I li. Gntlv m av
i : i f .. v . i. nuPr.- hnil.l n w,. i .1
In- reudv about Xma-. To ..orrow M''.
G. II. Holierts will he appointeil -'is ur--ing
agent. Mr. Jhirru- superintendent . f
Mr. Hendersons po-l-ollice appiopria
tion bill was approved by cuiiimittee this
opi i f;,i f a-t m
irr.es same amount l(tt'i.-
n i - lea 1 1 n i
fit Xati nal
i rn e
mington. made vacant by
S. i ). 13. Kobin-on.
THE ((M.llltKII lIASOMt I.OIXE.
I Onarto i'enteiinial A ll ress4. ... Iu-
rade- Adjonr lament.
Tuesday. Dec. 11, 1894.
The Grand Lodge rca-s-eni'iled at 7
o'clock, with a full attendance.
Tiie Gland Masteratiiiounccd as spi cial
order fur Wednesday morning. De . 12,
lo o'clock, his annual addiess.
Tin- bu-ine-s wms then taken up wiih
dispatch. The Grand Lodge then took a
recess untn Wuiuesdnv morning, Dec. 12.
Wtlicdav. Pee. 12 1-K94.
jhe ;nind Lodge convene i' id :30
:,. ,. Alter ujiprovhig the minutes of the
,-,, session, the hour for me snecia.1
U". ler hiving ai rived, the Grand Maste
prncce, lei with his annu 1 1 i" - r wheh
was ric i with win- e-oine ma-o., c luitiis
and thte.i iight on many (je-tio:;-. He
made many excellent recommendations.
The al.ircss showed the woikingood
condition and increasing. lie happily re
fine i to the harmony throughout the
The addre-s was referred t u special
committee. The ot Crand Officers
including Secret .ry an. I Tivasuivr maele
report. All shmved ihai t tic crait is in
Applications f, r a number of charters
for new lodges were made ami n- rred io
the proper committee. An ilt'ort io
change the elate of meeting .u the Gnn.il
Lodge faded. A n e was then taken
until 7 p. m. A Mkmbku.
Weelnesday. I), c. 12. 1894.
Editor Jouknal: The most wor
sh 1 1 ul Giand Lodge reassembled at 7 p m.
:r d loi meet a procession ami marched to
:ie c u ti house where tne (Quarto Cen
.-.i ,::1 i f the formation ot the Grand
L elne was celebrated. The exercises wire
introduced by music: "Hail Mysietmus
Masonry,'' by the entire audience.
Grand Master Geo. II. White then an
nounced 'he onler of the evening, led bv
a select choir under the diiection of 1$. S.
Stevens and W. J. Heritage, which was
-upei b elm ing the evening. First "speak
er, P. G M , Jag, Walker Hooci. who
gave a succinct Ttistory of the Grand
Lodge- nf e olored masons in North Caro
lina lhe. Moral CualiticHtions of a
Mason," by Hev. J. J. Worlds. The
speaker in beautiful language portrayed
the true moral qualifications of a mason.
"Our Masonic Dead." by Rev. W. J.
Moore, who spoke feelingly and reveieutly
o. the sacred uead.
- An Ideal Worshipful Master,'- by Prof.
J. P. Dnd.ey. The speaker gave a beauti
ful delineation of an Ideal Worshipiul
Master. The climax was leached when
Hon. Geo. II. AVLiite, M. W. G. M. oi the
State, rose and elolivered in a forcible
manner an address, 'Masonry Among
Colored Meu." Tbe speaker ehc rifled
his auditors who puncl iinnM the address
at every point with app.ause. That be
charmed and pleased his audience is be
yond doub. The personnel and splendid
appearance of the order was all that could
The large audieoce which witnessed the
exercises, showed its appreciation by close
attention. Though G M. White was
pretty severe on white masons, lln-y took
it in good humor. The citizens ot the
city without regard to race, showed a
generous and kindly spirit to the visiting
Resolutions of thanks to A. Colin
Organ, Piano aud Music Co., of New
Berne, the custodians of the couit house,
and the citizens -uenerally were passeel for
their generous hospitality.
The order re-lormed its process:on find
returned to its hall and took a ivce.-s un
til Thursday at 9:30 a. m.
Thursday, Dec. 13tli, 1894.
The Granel Lodge convened at 9:30 a.
m. .Minutes of the pievimis .-ession were
read and approved.
Charlotte, X. C . was chosen as the next
place of meeting.
( Jfficers for the ensuing masonic year
were then elected as follows:
G. M., Gen H. White; S. G. W.,
Elijah Lane; J. G. W., R. E. Clemmons;
Granel Treasurer, Jas. H. Young; Grand
Secretary, B. S. Stevens; Grand Tiler, W.
M. Pethel. The Grand M., after making
the necessary appointments, the officers
were then installed by P. G. M. Jas. W.
At G o'clock a Post-master's Lodge was
opened and that degree conferred on new
W. M s.
At 12:30 p. m.. a procession was form
ed healed by the Star l anel ot this city
and marched thiough the principal streets,
I thence to St. Peter's A. M E. Ziun
' church, where an mation was eleliven-el
' by Rev. J. N. Perry ot Tarboro, and a
' paper of Dr. E. E. Smith, "Why I am a
; Mason,'' by Pi of. J. B. Dudley, which
' oh uld have been read at the court house
I Wednesday night. The choir rendered
! some line music. $30. was taken up f..r
jOxlorri Asylum. The procession then
I returned to the Lodge room.
The most important matter which oc-I
, cupied the Grand Lodge was the establish j
i meat eif a Masonic Benefit Association, j
The session el-esid las- night at a late hour!
! to meet in tin- cry "f Charlie tv the sec
j ond Tuesday in December, 189n
! A vote of thanks was tendered The!
Jouknal, a el oiy newspaper of the city,
lor kinnly publishing a svan.psi
Southern Educational ANftociation
The meeting of the Southern Educa
tional Association which will be held at
Galveston. Texas on the 26th, 27th, and
28th. of this month inclusive will have the
following low round trip rates. Prof. C.
B. Denson. of Raleigh sends us the list of
The round trip rate Irom Gedelsboro is
49.05, liom Wilmington 48.70. The
tickets are of au iron-clad, signature form
limite I te a continuous passage in each
direction. They may be sold. Dee. 22,
23 anel 24, with extreme limit of eleven
davs liom elite of sale.
Frank Goodman, Seo'y. S. E. A. Nash
ville, Teun., care Goodman's business
e "0 1 lege, will furnish any iiilonnaiion
within his power to those anticipating the
eortlial inviUtion of the educators of Tex-
" .' auu, ouP" u' xl: -?per, oi aiveston
'll., , O
wj'1- 'a,ke Plealire la lvm' information
'l""ul lot-al dnal.rs'
The meeting is hoped and expected to
be a grand success1
i:- VM AIRIFT.
-Pieii -f . p'-by The Journal Which 1
Always In 'The Swim."
It is stated that the advance sheets of
the railroad commission place the net
earnings of the W. X". fc N. R. R. for the
p .st year at $15,700,49.
Mr. W. B. Boyd received by Thiiisday
night's mail a check for $2,000 payable to
Mrs. l-auia Styron, being the amount of
insurn ece due on the jiolicy carried by her
husband, the late Mr. W. S. Styron in the
order ot Chosen Fiai.-id.
Beaufort beats th, i-g hog. the 320
pound one, vc spoke ol liom Mr. Win.
Dm n's larin by eighty pounds. The
ll.iai. I tells of one killed by Mr. Chas.
Sici h i hut weighed 400 pounds. Next.
Th.- Williams vs. Settle congressional
con e t has again been postponed. Tbe
line noev fixed for it is the 15th of Jan
uary. The postponement was on account
..f the ahsense of the contestant.
Mi s -s ( lilie and Mary Bell, of More
boa.!, pupils of Peace lustiiute, Raleigh,
passed throu th en route to their home to
-p ml the Christmas holidays. Miss Ger
be Did who has Ixjcn visiting her sister
.Mis. W. S. Herbert, passed througli cn
tonic to her home.
There have been an unusually large
number of beiats in the market dock the
last few days and the majority of them
h ive had oysters. This has had the effect
of reducing the prices on this most highly
esteemed shell-fish lelow what they
A. Askins of Vanceboro, nnd Harry
Xels hi of Nelson'8 ferry, killed a wild
hog Tuesday on Hog Island, 6 miles from
.. w Heine. He weighed 400 pounds
i.et, very tat and sold in the city yester
day at 4 cents per lb. Tbey shot the
animal six times with buck shot.
Professor W. S. Massey, State horticul
turist, has received a notification from the
lilue Ridge Horticultural society of High
lands, stating that that society proposes
sending a petition to the Legislature as
king for further measures to prevent forest
fires. Professor Massey is requested to
suggest that other like societies in the
Shite join in the petition.
The Beaufort Herald tells of Mr. IIollo
way Mason's catching 2,8170 pounds of
gray i rout atone single haul. This, it
will le noticed, is equal io amount to
I teen 200 -pound barrels. Fish are
tpine low in price now and only two cents
per pound was obtained, but even this
in tteo Mr. Mason $50.
A thin parchment called "glassiDe'' has
just come into use as a protection to own
ers of books. This is interesting as far
it goes, but what tbe people cry oat for
is protection against those who never re
turn the books they borrow. The Jour
nal office has been made to feei tbe effeet
of this very much. We have a Dumber of
books Loaned out, among which is one we
prize very highly "Ben Burr.'
The Board of Directors of the State
Normal and Industrial School met in
Kaleigli, Ihursday altemoon, to prepaie
tl e biennial report to the Governor. Mr,
JohnC. Scarborough, State Soperinten
elent of Public Instruction, presided at the
meeting as ex-othcio chairman. 1 he
school is two years old. The first vear
it had 223 students, this year 394. Tlie
Directors have limited the attendance to
400, this leing the utmost capacity of the
institution with its present facilities.
The Durham Sun tells of the sad case
of a young man, James H. Barnhill, who
went there Irom Bethel, Pitt county, to
attend conference and became insane while
t here at the Stewart Hotel, to such an ex
teut that he has to be guarded to keep
him from doing himself or others baron.
He is spoken of as young, intelligent and
well educated. He was a poor boy and
has an old mother anel a sister who look
ed to him for support and he worked and
studied so hard io caring for them and
educating himself that he overtaxed his
strength and his mind became impaired.
A Cariosity From tne Sea.
A curious and vjry rare fish is now
stored at the ice house with tbe intention
of keeping it until tbe next exhibition ot
the East Carolina Fair. It was caught in
Morehead waters and we learn is the' sec
ond one which there is any record of hav
ing been caught there. The only name
we have heard applied to it is sun lish, but
there surely is some application more per
fectly distinguishing it.
The fish is nearly three feet long and
does not like much of being as wide as it
is lonsr, and this specimen would probably
weigh about seventy-five pounds. He has
one extremely long fin extending
fr..m his back and another exactly cor
responding directly opposite, and two
ot her fins near the head are all he has;
there is no tail fin whatever, a slight fleshy
projection from the almost circular
body is all the semblance of a tail there
Another curious point is that the fish
has no gills whatever not a sign of any,
and the mouth is very small and nearly
Whatever the fish may the storing of
him on ice will doubtless preserve liini
until the Fair and the many visitors will
then have n opportunity of viewing the
an usual visitor for themselves.
Miss Johnes Dal ton Whitford, the love
ly and accomplished daughter of Col. Jno.
D. Whitford and Dr. Charles William
Bailey of Georgetown, S. C, were hap
pily married yesterday morning, 13th
inst., at the residence of the bride's father,
Rev. Rutus Ford officiating. It was a
h-autiful but quiet.faiuily marriage very
lew except relatives being present. Mr.
Thomas Hamley of Georgetown acted as
i .est man and Miss Clementine Whitford
was Maid of Honor.
Dm ctly after tbe ceremony the newly
wedded couple left by the W. N. & N.
train. Toey will first spend a short time
in Columbia and then go to their home in
Mrs. Kate Eula Johnson, daughter of
our esteemed townsman, Mr. Joseph L.
lihem, was married to Mr. Jones M.
Spencer, a prominent business man of
W nshington, at eleven o'clock yesterday
morning in the Presbyterian church, Rev.
O G. Vardell, pastor, officiating. Mr. W.
E. Patterson of this city, was tbe besi
man. 1 he ushers were Mr. W. K. Jacob
son, editor of the Washington Progress,
Dr. Jos. F. Rhem, brother of tbe bride,
and Mr. David F. Jarvis.
The weiidiog march (Menelelssohn's)
was beautifully and artiscally rendered
by the oiganist, Miss E. S.Jones. A re
ception for the bridal party and relatives
followed at the residence of the bride's
fatuer. The happy couple left in the
afternoon for their luture hoise, Washing
ton, carrying with them the best wishes
of their many friends. X. Y. Z.
Queer Suicide In Washington.
Thursday morning Mr. L. E. Jack
owfsky of Washington, N. C, was found
dead in his room where he had com
mitted suicide in a very peculiar manner.
He had choked himself to death by mak
ing a slip knot with a bunch of coat bind
ing, fastening the other end to a door
knob and then dropping himself down so
that his weight would be supported upon
The deceased is said to have been odel
in his ways at best, and had been partak
ing freely of liquor from which he proba
bly became so crazed as to lead to the
committing of the rash deed.
Join the Number j
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Who are daily carry-
ing away Irom
IN EXCHANGE FOR WEAK
PRICES. This Months Sales
WILL BE A
for us, and a grand'
triumph over HARD
TIMES for you.
Your I'oeket Books
the m.ie mention oi
tlie Prices at -which
we are offering-
Most : Complete
We have ever offered
Yours Very Truly, ,
E. S. STREET-
the EST with a car leiad ol fine Horses
and Mules to suit all puqiosos ages range
from 4 '.o 7 years old, all of whicli bewail
sell cheap for Cash or Negotiable liaper.
Call and see him. (n21-tf
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