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FAIR EDITION I 1
TO " THE
NSW BERNE FAIR,
ITEE GREAT NEW BEESEl .
FISI9, '20, 21. 22. 28, 1885.
aiV. I. A.LK AJr V J2JiX4oJuJrlAiAi2i
-ISLOO Fer Year
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Single Copies, 5 Cents. .;
NEW BERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C JANUARY 17,
-yuL.. V LL.
,., t c iU
We wish' you h l.jy Year. mi. i
-i : are eHnji to make voo kappv giving
-. r 4 In town at tlie-
; ':. '-K, AadFtOB Whiskey the same way.
-: " i Come to u for evwythiog yuu an.
SCHEDULE B" TAX
Orrrri or Kkcistkk o LKKiti,
s' "-' tvr-' w'- January 1895.
Keepers of Merchant,
. ASCUODKII, UU Art 'inria tu Vyiun u i
wha are tvqamd to list the r parclmsrs,
, receiprs it iW s, as the case my be,under
Schedule VB vf t Kevtnoe Lawn ot A
C sre fcfcrvhy B'tl (ird IO U8C Hie tanw at
'my oSf' j.imo-j tlie first 10 .tavs in Jao-
C onty, 13 3, for 8x mii enung uet
31, " J.:W. BIDOLE, .
:,v!; .c; r-'-4;--. -. ";Rerister i.f IX-eds,
; -, and Ei-offiuio Clk hd. Co. Com.
CAR 10 AD
A- E ? S; STREEr0
. tv WEST.wUh.aw load of floe Horsea
1 ami Mules tosnitxll purpose aaea ranse
:t""h frMi;4 u 7 yeare okC-ail of whicb be will
. aellHtheap for CisU ur Nez"tble paper.
: J ; " - Call see him. . , ' . n2I-t
. . ' ' ' ; '- i -!. ' " ' .' '.
, I. JL " . TB5S. SinSLS.'
THE ;2TATICNAL: .v BANK
Of New Bernej N.' C.
7 Sarplu i ; oSt".
3 r; r-f ;-' nulECTObsj
G. 11. RoBERTa, ! '" , E. K. JiisHor.
; Parmers &.;llsrcliaiits Bank
.. Began basuaess May, 189L.I
' Capital Stock paid in-.V-"; $75,000.00
Sarplaa, - . .- -y - - . - 7.000.00
Codivideil Pofits; -- 2,800.00
" DivideodapaUr.- v-. - - 12,760.00
w ;.;v-0FriCjBfts. ?. . -.: ; ,f4. ,,.
L. H.'Ccn.B- "y J'.J&;i Prnawtent.
-', -MT tvCnADWiCK.v ,, w Vw Pra.
.-T.V. Dewict. ". " OiliMXi
: A- EL PowiM.r.. ; Cv.- . '- i'Mier.
-F. F. 11ATTHIW8 . - - -J,'-. ColkeloT.
. 4).i.4V CHiHi Bi flit i-OD9erWlVc O-iHV
' , . Jr.mii an Aiefu! i iruti.-n vth- ,t
' We wiU be pleaiel l .oituoni with
, those -who mayconienpli making
cBuBesr "uKUJig new accounts,
Tbo A. Ckmoc, Pros- C. C For, Cashier,
xw Ja js w w: w. im ja, mt.oI . . '
- DO ; A. 6KKAU JS AKKISe , BCJ8ISKS3-
y ' - Tb. Aecoanta Mluln. Bankers. C6nar-
' atiOB.. Fanaen, Manbut. and '-therm c.
:,f TOWed on tATormble term. iwmpt aod cua
1 uunUon given to the iofcne.tM onreoa-
boakd or ontacroBa. V- -
Tardlaacd Ch-ieh . . j : . H. Veadowa,
J. a. Meadow.. -
ChM. Duffr, Jr. -
; C. K. ot. i
; fiMnnel W. Ipoelc'
, ChM. H. Powier, -V
Wiiliaia Dona, '
E. W. imaliwood, '
; $ Boxes i)f those Cele-
Vitiated ' i Choice Pale
Creani Cheese to hand.
IT. " J 1.111 CH,
fciDa loifaita Good
The Walter A.Wood
v , ", ; " Tnbalar Steel Vfower taida all others
1 " la lthtiM3 of draft, weight Ot a-
.4. t? cbraeaa'l ease ot' iicumgtsaeat.
J " Fo' descriptive cirta la rs or iDfociBatloo
L. H CUTLER L CO.
To ihe Public :
. HEATING S". OVES
.-,- of all kinda will be Bold
j AT COST
iFor the Next 60 Days!
. ; - Now la the time to get BARGAINS
" ; .in tnia line ofStoves. Call at 99 Sdflth
--. .. . Front atreet and be convinced of the fact.
. y J mean to aeitihem atost.
I another new fair feamei
A TWO DAYS TEST FOR
With the Co-operation of the N.j
C, Agricultural Experiment;
OPEN' TO ALL BREEDS.
TO BE EXHIBITED AT THE SEW
$25.00 to First. $15.00 to Second.
$10.00. To Third
Although it is well known that
oowa? tupable of the largest yitda of
milk, batter nd cheese, are ao
highly organized that any uodne
or unu-tU'il movementa excite tht m.
diminib their viflda of milk and
rdnce tbn oaaltty of what ibey do
5 iel); and thai the qaiet of their
uaaal home BOrroaudiBga H tbe
tHat Dlacn Co make tbew - teats, to
do mi iovolveH considerable expense,
wmle It doea ostpoaess ho much
Kitoteot for vjaitora at the Fair.
Therefore the t?t will te conduct
rii daring, th Ftr according tu
!-hw following condition.
COKDITIOMS OF THE TEST.
Tbe cuta reated moat be entered
on I hi- regular booka of tbe S ociety
ih ii:mtHia of hridn oouupetiug tor
herd pnz-a, or for btBt cowa in
tbetr reapeCMveclaaKea at tbe Fir,
nd they must be regularly plcd
on exhibition or no pnxe will be
The prizes will be awarded to
tbe oowa riob coo re tbe bigheat
nomber of points.
Tb" hight nomber of points
arnd seenres the Brat prize ol
12500. i r
The Heuond highest o a ruber of
poiuu earned aeon red tha eecond
(fruo ottl5O0."t j
The 'third, bighear- namber -oil
points earned 'secures tbe third
prize of 110.00
. In order to hare this test con
ducted, an 1 owner ot cows should
rnter bis Iierd or .( indl vidnal cows j
with the 8eeretry of the Fair tor
be regclar ; herd or individual
pri, then, request a teat, and
name the eows be Wiabee to have
tented. .; ' '
BULKS FOB coKDDCTllfa THE
' m TK8T. '
Tbe owner of a cow ro be tested
shall lie awon . alatemenr -with
th epteaentrf3 pi the Expri
menr.S'aTion before tb tes' begins,
.rating. v '';;Y
lar. ;Tb'e lireed;. sum bar, it re
g.aried. and age of 3 m years.
e 2odVTboauiber of eilye be
m produce, datti of iaac e living,
Iitn i-t-r. to)I tferv'ie. and wbm
ryM-rUrxi id cpn) in tutlk jmalu, or
if mi brn o late. '
.. 3d."The rpraie kinds and ap
p.oxmat swousca) of iid eaten
by tbe cow m tbe last ten daj a be
fure the' date of tbe test and the
value of ach per too is dollars. I
quality and qaaritity of food was
enangtd in that , time, state bow
maoh, and why. 1
" 4tb. The dtation representative
will carefully inspect the pail and
weigh the milk for the last milking
before the test begins.
5fb. The Station representative
abair n Interfere with the usual
liur 0 trying and milkiog cows
xfcrpc ti -rts that "24 fall bourc,
and no outre, miv allowed for a ere.
him ii iml Kttch day, and t aa
auve i'0 f "f he w-iguf ot all be
loiitl stiveti t uv ooWM ooder 'ftt-r. He
nbouM tueHnare or weigh the waiter
diafik, if coavenient, without
diiatbitg tlte oow audergoing the
"'6cb. He will weigh and jnapeet
tbe milk pail betore each miiftisgj
da toe day ot tbe teat, ajd weigh
ind take so mocb of the milk as
will inBoreau ample amoant for
epecLflo - gravit7 V sod fat deter
7th. He will proceed with the
test without delay,, and may pres
ent tbe owner of each tested oow a
copy .of what, be finds upon request,
and report the same to tbe Seer. -taryoftae
fir promptly on oon
pletion, in order-tbat public an
noaoeement nay be made while
tbeeowaare jefc to beeeo a the
Fair. ' The records eotleuted by the.
Station tepreeentativ will remain
tbe' property oftbu Experiment
Station for iatn-e nse.
8tb. The Que van ne Laetometer
forspeotfie gravity and Baocock
Tei(-r for the per eeot. of fat frb-.ll
tie naed to determine the valuable
cont.it0ents pf tbe milk.
deb. t$ah aow will be credited
with as many points as her pro
duets, periods, of 5 Jactation, and
gestation can reaea on rtie foljpwing
For every 20 days lactation I
For every 20 days gestation 1
For every two ounces of solids,
not fit jielded'in 21 hours 1 poiot.
For every ounce ot butter fat
yielded in 24 honrs 2 points.
If Breeders' Associations or in
dividual owners of pure bred cattle
wish to offer similar prizes for their
respective breed, they will be
seeepted and ''be teats made under
tne above barms for all such entries
of cows owned in tfoifh Carolina
as may be exhibited at the Fair.
If either pnz i awaidnrt to a
cow registered id any of ibe ( are
breed Aoeoeia'ion records, -b e"i
a different ecla ol points bv
been adopted, tbe results can
recalculated to cod farm to saeb
cale if desTed.
every poiaoD and impurity your
blood, Dy ur. riens vxuiaeu jfny'i
Discovery. Then there's a cler skm ao'.l
a clean system. Tetter, ay.Tiliuuw,
Eczema. Erysipelas, Boils, Cai-biHlegj
Enl.irj:ed Glands. Tumors and Ssnellipgs,
and all Blood, Skin, and Scalp Disea.,
from a common botch or eruption to tli
worst scrofula these are perfectly and
permanently cured by it.
In building up needed flesh and strength
ot pale, puny, scrofulous children, noth
ing can eual i.
Delicate diseases ot oitrver sex, however
Induced, epeedily and railiosilly cured.
Address, in confidence, World's Dipen
sarj Medical Association, Buffalo, X, Y-
advantages of our state,
Tends ro make hat
The Best Watered State in the
Union and the On'v One
That Can Fill out the
Entire List of Prod
ucts in the Cen
Extraordinary Fruit Uountry-Iis Mines
F.irests, Meadow and Oyster Gar
and we cut n
Sti!8 hhvn this,
lu-re b tMie we
think it true:
In varied and fertile soiln, iu di
verbify of orop, l-tigtti ol groing
xeaaoti, in health! ulne-. in deliyh -fol
climate, ibeSouib in pre-i-uji-nent.
And u t only catt ruore itiODy
be made i.i the Sonet? i.. farm in g,
in ft uit gniwiug, in g-ixii uiDg. in
stock rainiug, d.uryiug, tliu can
be made in other p-iriw of he'eouu
try tiar. the cost of living lt-t ud
life is lufinl el; bettet woith liv
lug. 'It Is tbe 'Laud of Goshen' in tbe
United States. Whit ih irue i-f ihe
South is epe'i..lly tru of orth
(JroluiA. N State iu the Uuion
preieuts co utuch vanetv of noil,
climate and productiveness. TbiM let
Due an exaggerated statement, bat
'words of sotieiuesa and truth.'' It
in as far from tbe eud of Ouriituck
i-oauov to thn ena ot Uherosee
county as it is iroro Currituck to
the middle of Obmpl.iin, in New
York State. Tet it with a stnug
for yourself. No State it- as well
watered with rivers, Miuuda, baya
and large creeks aa North Carolina,
Some oi its creeks are larger than
the rirers of other States, and there
are nearly ninety known rivers.
North Carolina once filled out ..be
entire Itsc f products in the census
scheonle, and oo other 8'ate could
do L. Ir, not only prodace tbe very
best tobacco gro-vn on tbf Amerioao
continent, nt it make th- bent
wheat, corn, tye, oats, potatoes,
rice, cotton ud ao on. its truck
tarmefs eul any in tbis cono'ry.
A mnch money to tbe acre ban
tteeii made and can be mule here
as in any State m the Uniou.
MAs a fr'oir St.ate it offers extra
oidiuary advautagec More thto
ordinary advotager. More tbD
thirty ears ago a C'Swell farmer
hd 200 varie'Ki of me pear. Iu
the i erj sweetest, most lua
OlOQH, U)(t"t NUjfa'' pear we have
HVer seen ir ta'ei ern r 'wu in
Granville; wnn'T by tbe late Dr.
James Kucfce-I. Ah in apple they
are unexceij d either an id size,
variety or pei feution oi tantH. I'be
old seedling, wiueraps, aud tteen
nkius equal "y apple ever grown.
The native grape are tbe best.
Tbe noopperuoDg has no rival when
growno perfection as in Halifax,
vVarren. Franklin, Wke, Fance,
Qran villa and other conn ties, as an
eating grape. It ca-awba, concord
and other grapes indigenous and
excellent, can be made a soaroe of
revenue to an experienced vine
dresser. Bur to tell N rth Garo
Una prodOR'a would require an
esay iuxieil of a bi i editorial
its rich tumea auil ft rests, itn
flibne, ifa oya'r tie da, its grz
log Hi-lda, for ahep, it" oaiuili
ties for nfock rHi-nig. iis climate,
its great codevelopi d wealth, all
appeal to tbe m..u ot urerpne, toe
man of vise investment, the. m .
of muscle aud industry, and intelli
gence. Aliei.dy it ledr the South
in the number of its cwmod mills
and i hey are steadily increasing in
number and size. It is a good State
to invest in, to li ve in, to serve Grod
in. f here are as many church goiog
people and as many cbarch build
ings and a much genuine piefv
acoordiog to population a- yoa will
find in any nation, in any State,
among any people on tbe globe.
THE OYSIER LAW RECOMME.NDED.
G 'V. Crr, with be eirnet (le
s re to stimulate and promote 1 be
oyster industry, recommends the
jenactmen 01 adredgiug law with
f,bf 1'ollow.ing restrictions and pro
visions. J ft. should be confined strictly
to North C-iToJiui ns and permitted
only 111 the deep waters ol Pamlico
2. Pi ml 100 sound should be divi
ded as nearly as possible into t
equal sections equl in respect to
the acres ot natural or publ c
grounds; and dredging peruiitteii
in alternate yearn upon one of the-'e
sections, and prohibited opon tbe
o4;her, and no dredging allowed at
any time within two miles of tne
bore Hue at any poiot.
3 AH persons employ ed in work
of any description whatever on a
boat engaged in or licensed should
be reqaired to have license such a
is now required ot t'ugs men
4. Every boat before engagiug in
dredging should be required to take
out a dredging license and pay
therefor a tax those under . ustom
house tonnage a specific amount
per ton. This tax should be
Sufficiently large to raise ample
revenue to strictly enforce the lw
and protect 'tie State's interest arid
thiitof the to. jia men
9. 4-HiWorj'.'1 shopld vie vested in
tbefQVtfruoi .j suspend dredging
by proclamation whenever and for
as long a time hh Qe may deem it
6. There should be an appropria
tion from tbe State tteasur- of a
sum not less than $5,000 per annum,
to be used for tbe enforcement 01
tbe la, bot to be dt rived ttotn 'h.
I dredging tax and ot her souices.
1 jf The peoalties lor violation ol
I tbe la should be. severe aud every
viola' ion sbonld work a forfeiture
of license and of the boat and ap
These aro tbe recommendations
of tbe bord, I he'tilv eudor-e
them, but do not recommend f"
enactmeut of this law uule-s tne
provisions lor carriug ic out in
tbe shape ot $5,000 appropriation
the programme of imi
NEW HE km:. N. I. Li;i
!)lll t.i I !!!)")
A K X
HUI SI'S. ! I .(Mill. I III t I'ii II
l'- 4 rill.
; I'ikst 'I'ui'Mlav, FlIuuiU'v l't
l o'clock, p. in.
. I Troltins to hnrncss 3: C is- I'nf -c
' S300. Mile- lit nt-; lic-t three in five.
2 Hunninic nice, purse $100. S mile;
btst three in ti e.
3 Trotting to luinicss 2:3" ('!;! l'ursi;
$400. " Mile htnit?; lies: tliiic in five.
Second Day. Wednesday. l-Vi .rnary in.
I o'cioek p. II..
4 Trotting to h .rue.- 2:40 ("a l'urfe
$400. " Mile li .ife: test tiuee in rive,
o Runni.ig mo ; pnr-c $200 5 mile. l)est
three in five.
6 Trotting to h.im.'ss; 2:30 ('Ins. Mil.'
heats; best three in five. Purse $400.
Third Day, Thursday, Febninry 21
1 o'clock, p. m.
7 TrottiuETin harness 2:50 Cla 1'nrse
$300. Mile heats: ist tinee in rive
8 Free for all; tiot.inir to harness; purse
$400. Milt? heats; bes' tlii.-e in rive.
9 Running .ace; purse $150 S mile: best
three in five. ,
Fourth Day, Friday, F bniary 22.
1 o'clock, p. 111
10 Consolation race tro'ting toha.n&ss;
purs.- $200. Mile lie jt; best thiee
in five Only lor hors.s ihat have
not won first or -econd money in any
11 Running race; purse $150. ij mile;
best three in rive.
EotianceFee. ten :ercent oi purse.
At lenst fiye horses to eater and three
Money divided; 50 per cent to first
horse, 25 per cent to second. 15 per
cent to third, and 10 percent to fourth.
Entries for all raees close at 11 o'clock,
p. in. February 2. One-half of en
trance mon.-y payable on February
2, aud oee-l.alf by or before 1 1 o'clock
p. m., February 14' h. No atluition
paid to eirtrijs unless accompanied
In fnteilng hor-es, (lie name, age. sex
and 'Olor of tlie annual must he giv
en, with name of sue and dam, if
known; also name and
owner, aci oinpatiied iy
ment, hv ur beluie 1 1
tvs d' i ce
tin las: p
'"I'llK'N p. I.
February 14, 1805.
Records nia e a;tcr January
tire no bat t" lli' se races.
The Society r. serves the
change the pr. 'gramme to
casualties of tin- weather,
meet ti e
the weather b- so inclement on any
day of the Fidr w.ek as to prevent
the Director f'iO;ii sta ting tae races,
s.icb racas at the option of the Ex
ecutive ' omnntte,', mdy bi declared l
'off," and the entrance m irtev fm
them refunded. Heats in e.ich Oa.i 's I
tacismiy Cfine if)' i:tei":.! ly. a.'-'
cording t the .ders oi I) red "t. j
The Xationd Trotting Associ .ti ui ;
Rules will govern fil trotting tri i's,
except that no hoK: s'lall be entitle I
to more of the purse than is offered
by tlie Society for the pLace he obttiuS.
No premiums paid to oistauced or
rule'd-out horses. Premiums will b&
paid pd Saturday of Fair week, by
Secretary, on certificate of i he judges,
and counter signed by theDiiector of
Department in trials of speed.
Cjjas. REiaEssTEtN, tkc'y,
New Berne, N. C.
Tbe Sooth Is Dstiiie? to Become a
6rent i'ott.n .1 Hnnfitetarins; Cen
tre. The New Y k
prospeet f r c ttou 1
"The fact that tw.
ton companies, us
Hw: dd s ,y., of
iauu adur iiu in
New F inland ct
til'l in y.-sterdav's
tieialo have decided to build la.ge nulls
in the Sviutn, U giniric mt ieC' g ntion 01
ihe advantage o. n anuf c unng ita s aph
producl'of tueS 'Utinrii S-tes, where it ;s
"In the recent prosiess of the South
nothing is more striking than the develop
ment of its Cotton manufacturing indus
try. Within tne lsst four y-r-ars the num
ber of mills has increased born two
hund'ed and fifty to four hundred, and
be capital investe I from six'y-one to
ninety seven million do1 lars. This rapid
deyeloprn.'-nl lias been due chiefly to
Southern enterprise, but now that New
England ruanuoict .lam Lave emered tha
fleid-their le 'tl wiii'ioiib h-s lie followed
'The Herald long po uted ou:. t at
th? ft uth was destined to be.- 'ii e agred
cotton luiiDuficturing ci in iv, and events
are rapidly ioufirm.ng that view."
The continued and growing recognition
of the advantages that S .uiiiern Cott 'ii
Mills have over all others slioul I satisfy
all people of the good opp .rtunuit s
for investment which the establish ment 0
gych indusliies offer.
WHY THE ARE CQJf I.G St TH.
Six Uood Reasons for tbe Removal of
so JIany Cotton mills to Southern
Soil, anil tlie Local Development of
the Industry. i
The Jot'RXAr. reproduces from ihe.
Uirrr.ingham Age the following ar.iclei
showing the advantag. s oicott ui n ami
faclu'ing iu the South:
First, the New England mariu acturers
baye realized thetaet ih .t th- nod mas;
1j6 near tt)e cotton tielo aid thus s;ye iiL
freight o 5 a bale.
'Second. choiipcr labor c in 'e obtained
in the South. The wot kiu:" cla-s s can
live more economically iu the South time
in the North, because the. weather i,
milder aort not so much fuel and cloth
ing is necessary. The day- are longer
and more wrk can be done by daylight,
thus saving the expense ol lighting the
Third, the New England cotton mid
export, a large amount ol their coitou
goods to the w.i rm count rii s sout h of us,
and by locating in the Souih they g-t
nearer their market.
: Fourtlr tl e climatic con 'Hons of tl..'
South rive a fin.-r texture to the ploth.
'filth, the la-vsof ihe Southern Stat-a
are more favorable to uiaiiu'acuireis,
"Sixth, coal is cluap. r !u the miller il
belt of the South."
These solid fads are pi s-nteil iu u
short ano pointe 1 inatim r. Com- to the
East Carolina Fair and see what op nings
there are ill this S:..le fir uch : a .11
The So;:, hern Cotton Glower- Conven
tion winch met at Jackson, Mississippi to
take ipto consideration what would be
effective measures to brimr about better
pr.fes li; cp.top, recommended as a lead
ing ntca-ute the estabq-hiipap of mapy
small mills at convenient lucalilks, LT
utilizing the coiton grown in their vicini
ty. The meeting condemueii gambling
in futures, and asked Congress to pass the
i Hatch bill or some similar measure.
KIN NTI L tl KSTION.
' l i'si il! :l I i'lM.
i nd''!li'lli l'
1 I'lan lr4H.4'l Ihtil Will itll
hii-n-ns4k tli' Mn in 'irnl;lf ion.
Injure f lio . iuitb l Silver l( the
1'iiH AiiioiiiiI lt'tiiifl iiihI Afloril
mi Aliiiilaiil Sii)il ot .oll in tlie
I !ll 1 iK Jul
till- i II i t : I T i r 1 1 1 i
the litli Id liii-
. 11 - to
-p.', ;.i:i .
itl-!II0-. i ncn
. tlie fanker-.'' to di-cuss the ipic
the Currency now updating the c
ami belii ving it to Ije the duty
; man hn bus the weil'ne and 1
i.-t as far as
ol the ciiuiitry at heart, to
can, in tin: -o.'.uion oi tue litianciai
t ronbles w hiili it piv-nit h.sit thf Cov
ernmenr, 1 submit the followuif -114-:
gestiutis in rerai'd to tli" renrganiatioii t.i
our ir.onetai'v s stern, hoping that oilier-,
with a wider know ledge of finance Hum 1
possess, ami lue elo;'e, more competent to
.-.peak upon such matters, may tlureoy be
uiouced to give jmblicity to their view
also. Iu this way pcihaps, the busine-s tin 11
o the country, men not in public liie but
equally itiicnsted in the ictlenient of ihe
nit at piohlem. and in whose ranks are
oftentimes lound financiers of liiuh order,
may bn able t. evolve some plan by which
the wiil"ly divergent views ol those in
control oi our finances may be hai-nmnized
ail' 1 our monetdty system placed upon a
basis that shall be sound and satisfactorv
My suggestions are as lollows:
The Government to cane 1. and distroy
all notes and certificates if every descrip
tion now constiiu in the paper cuncacv
of the I'nited States at this time in n-pos-ess'on
and which it mav iieroiiu-r
receive from all sources whatsoever, as
rapidly as its monetary nee ;s will permit,
of which the Secretary of the Treasury
shall be the judge.
B 'nds of the denominations of $25,
$50, $75 and 100 he amount of each to
be left to the discretion of the Secretary of
the Treasury bearing interest at the rae
of. not to cxcoeil 3 p.-r cent per annum,
and running not lonyer than Twenty
years, but redeemable after five years, at
the pleasure of the Government, shall be
issued to an amoitut sufficient to redeem
a' I notes aud certificates mentioned in the
preceding paragraph, except Silver cer
tificates, which shall be ledeemcd in legal
tender silver coio of the I'nited states
Said Bonds shall be soi l at not les- i
than limit par value and shall be paid fori
n leg il feeder notes or uold co:n of the j
lTuiti Stiies, j
All gold coin received in payment for '
-ai. I bonds shall beset as;, le and used ex- j
clu-ive y for. the redemption of leal ten- '
del- notes rs rapidly- as posiiolc which j
saiil notes, together with those received in I
payment for slid Bonds, slvdi b ctinceih il
and destroyed immediately upon thuir re-
Tlie GoverniiK nt shall at once b.'giu
the purchase of silver bullion at such
prices as mtiy be agiw I upon
bv the !
Secretary of'the Treasury, and shall coin
annually not less than sixty millions o;
dollars, until the silver coinage of the
United States, iticlq-luitr that now in ex
istence; shall have reaped the sum of
Oae Th.iu-and Millions . f 1). liars.
-id piirch'i-e co ii'if e .f ui vc
lion shall c ase. '
Thy bulli .'i pur. ii .s d a- above 111 11
tioued, logetll r will any and ail u :
coin -.t silver bullion wloch mav be in the
Tuasury, to be ci-nd at ihe rate of llj to
1 intq coins not 10 exceed one dollar in
value, as the Stletaiv ol the Treasurv
All silver coin of the United States of
the vaiu.-of one dollar shall be a full leg-if
tender for the payment of all debts, both
pubbc and private, except import duties;
which shall, in all cases b? paid in g Id !
All Nafioaal and. S'ate Banks shall i
permitted tgissiie .calculating nqtes to thej
full amount of tlitfir M 1 .iiiij i've I capital
Upon depositing .U.i tile Seiuet-ry of the j
ire.fcury Trnited States Bonds equal in;
anionm, at the pa: value to 40 i .r '
ceut of the notes issued, which shall cmJ
Stit U e a guarame - fie d t. r ihe ik i:.,i-;
tion o -aid ciiciiialmj 11 ''a.
All Bank iii time; of strincn y. 'f
w hich each Bank si alb- ts oi n judu . , i
sb. ll have the right t is-ne ukhtion v ;
( iivulating uotes, 10 an amount not to x- :
ceel 25 nor cent of their u.inip .11. d ap:
tal, which said istue of 25 per ceui sh di !
be known as ' The Kmeriieucy Issu.-." ;io;
-halt be taxe1 bv the government at the :
rate ol 4 per cent per annum during the
lime it is outstanding. j
The bills of said Banks shall be a titsi
lie 1 upon said guarantee furnt, upon the j
entire assets of said Banks, and upon all
other individual propeiiy belonging tm
the shareholders to auam.unt equal in
a-h valU" 10 the par value of their indi
vidual stock. 1
The bills of a!i Bmks shall be ui.fom, I
in color an. 1 sh .11 tv pnn ed on too sn c
qua ! 11 v
pane . I It1 b ils of S:,T e I! ,iikr
a'l h iVe th nanie o, (be Stat-? 111 will, h
th ' Bank i- ocrv.d pfia'c.l 0- tnoir fice-,
AH d tads ol h sijn 0U. "I said bll sshall
be leti to the discteti n and ai pnnal of
lb.-r-eor tary of the T.e.sm v. No bills
shall he issued ol a denomination u ss than
All not' S of both National and State
l!a ,ki shall be furnished b. the S cteiary
ol the Tieasury. who shall at all tunes
Keep 0.1 hand an extra supply of the b!a 1.
n .ies of each Bank as he may deem 1 cc
eSsii v and make imui'diate issue ol tueiii
up n applictioii propefij made.
The est of paper, printing, and ai!
matters pert-iiiunl; tq the fur msliiiiL; of
circaliiiing notes shall b.; boine by the
All Panks shall re leoni their own bills'
at their own Bank im.; nouses, or at tiie
Baiikine; H"ii-es of their torresp.'ndeats
as they may select, subject to the appioval
of the Secre ary ol he Treasury, 111 h-oah
l-nd r coin o1 the I 'niietl States.
National and S ate Banks snail be nuni-.
be red as National Banks nnw are. A
seperde legistry shall l)e kept of'eicli.
AH Caiiks of s. ne .-hull be under the :
supervision an 1 c ntrol of the Govern
ment the cost of sqch supervi-i'.n and
cntroi shall Ire paid by ilie Bank- 10
speciively. The notes of ail Bmks, bitli State a d
Nat'Oi al, ohill Ijj received by tlie G v
ei Dine it in p ly'ini n: ol all taxes an d
duiiis. except iui oit oiiins, which -iiai .
in all.as.S, be paid iii geld.
Binks may nt any it ne. upon o:inu
sixty day.-iioi ce l!i : 10 tne S. ei. tai v
of the Tiea-Uly. r. lire their cir
culation, by depo-itiiio such portion.
thereof as tiny wish to e t i 1 e . iih the
Sc-riMary ot the 'fiasiiry, who. upon re
ceiving such deposit, shall imuie liaieiy
surrender to said Bank an amount "t the
muds hi' .1 by him as iiuaraiiite inn 1 oi
said Hank-equal, at their par vnlm , to
4'i per enitof the t;;i 'tbaoiig i.otes de
posited, I'iovi fed, however, that no IJ-uk -i ai!
relr. 111 -re than 25 per cent of 11- ciivu
iatiou at any one time, and snail imce
such le; iiemeiits ol circulatlou not ofu.'ii.-:
than -t.ee m ,-'X months.
ilanks having m' retired 1 heir ci'ci it . ng
not.--sh ill be allowed tir --i-su m i. to
toe i'11 i i anion' of their unimpaired capital
at auy time upon depositing 1". S. lhuaU
as ber.'inbef ie required with tin- Secre
tary of the Tr. asary.
Banks sh dl p .y r.'o tax, eithi r Siaae or
National, up u their cifi Hla'i' U. i c p; a,
hereinb f V p'ovideo,
"ihe bomis is-ned under lllis pi. a shiii
be pa cable in leual tender coin ofihe
United Siates, and may be deposited by
Banks with the Secreiary of the Treasury
1. 1 1 if I. iii-ni
--ft :i iii I wi ni i
. in tin' iixi :
nee the ci
11 the circui
Cnitc 1 Mi
r " i.t. ..I
rt of the ceiUll'Y.
alio 1 oi tlie tir-t auu s;c
h's Uauks averaged about
1 heir capital, the statistics
oi'i'ilatu n of Banks in thi
' r if i-i j I. -s than one half
h i in .in.- -e.t ion- ver
-ll ON if
ol tic ir
It 1- t
: 1 i 1 1 1 " -by
1 tie c
a ci rt a
lefore, 111 tad
. iiuliii'T the future
'.oiarantee fund of 4o
of ciieulatian. which I have
together with the other as-et.-ks.
and the iiersonal liabilitv
of 1 h.
-f ( I i I
il'-fodci. will atl'oial not only ample
it.v fo. tie- hill liofieis, but security
i.e li'iio-ito r also, in no wise inferior
! to tie, I . ha h thev ."liov under the pre--
eul Xatioiiil Rankinir -v-n 111,
'fib- plan if carried . out, would
1 1 -1 1 1 1 ' tin' .oil fr of -i I ver o all
amount . o uiiM ii.-uiate with the wants
1 of ihe people. -top the drain
.flood :v.. :a tue Treasuiy in payment ol
' noli- that up' reissued as fast as redeuaied;
: prevent the endli ss issue ot bonds; take
I irom tue Government and place upon the
I Hanks a I liability lor the redemption ol
their circulation; remove the tax upon the
1 ci 1 cu la tioti of State Banks, provide a cir
: filiating medium that will not only be
j s.tie and ample for all needs, but at par in
' every section .f 1 lie country, andtausc the
j funds of t he Treasury to be applied to
their legitimate uses only,
i The issuing of 1) nids of the denomina
! lions herein suggested would enable the
! peop'e of small means to own them and
; theieby In come directly interested in up
holding the financial credit of the Gov
ernment,. James A. Bryan.
ST I". M SON LUMHEPt COM FAN V.
1 n I RO V E 1 E ' TS I N P KOGKF.HS.
Equipping' With Latest anil Best
Waehincr3r Will Run Eleven Honrs
and Saw 10,000 Feet per day.
The Stanson Lumber Company's mill
has shut down lor about two niontlis, hut
this dois not mean a backward, but a for
T he stoppage is for the purpose of put
ting "i, new machinery of the very finest
kind obtainable to an extent that will:
practically make a new mill. I
There will oe two. boil ei 13 put in. each ol
125 horse power eapacitv
-V 25o hors: power engine will also he
put in and iUso a new carriage, stCHin Iced
iiud other equipm. '.us iu hu t it will be
new machinery throughout except the
shafting, pulleys and band-saw?, and it
will be 01 the lie-t
conv yor w ill a'so
111 existence. A cable
e bub to carrv awav
The work of taking "in the old ma
chinery is now 111 p fog 1 ess, thi.s wih take
about two w eks and ihe putting in of the
new will sp' e.dily follow. Tile carriage
has abeadv arrive ', but ihe bulk of tli
now machinery is vei to ce
It is in contemplation to put in another
set of s.uv s at an early date tlie p aver
-Will ,be ample t' run both, but for
awhile there will b -only one set as her e-
T e mili will h iwcvii' run on ntwre
!m i r -"i ir tine.-: eh van hours per day
". ol e ih.- rvtd and this with the 11 ev
oii.'ii will five an output of 40,000 feel
per dav about SCOO! will be the capacity i
.:; a 1 0 hou r tun. I
f. us mill wi h i,s new and improved
dry-kilns, its equipment of every available
convenience, its ample yards and mam
moth storage sheds, its good wharves and
deep docks for water shipping, its direct
railroad connection by a switch running
to the mill, ic, is an important and
almost a complete establishment. The
orders tor shipments are "aken by the
million feet feet far the Northern mar
kets. Our timber is an important re
sOlU'''C,uf t his region and the large busi
ness ot th's and the other simi'ar esta'.-li-huieut-
in and near tne city is one irretlt
fid in the progress and development
tna. is so noticeable.
LIST OE IXVITEO Jf ARM HALS
For tlie l.i;; lull Exhibition or the East
Carolina Ei!i. Oyster, dlame and
Cuie'f .Marshal: Milan Howard,
New Berne, N. C.
New B-.rue, N. C. Jarence Disoswav,
'!", G. Hvmau. T. W. Waters, E. M.
G re e 1 , J."T. Ilobister. iZ K. Bishop, J,
Leo hurras, Ur. N. II. Sneer, A. tl.
Powell, w. H Bishop, J. J. Di-osway,
George Waters, N. C. Hugh. s.. J E.
Cair.wav. Dr. J. W. Dnguid, Dr. J." L,
iUi 111, 0 1) Biadham, D W Roberts, Dr
(' M ll-it.u, Dr R S Primrose CM
Dockham. M il .M .ply Harris Lane,
George Gi'ien, Ion G Daniels, 11 C
Vlex .liislii e. 1, B Neal, Dr L
Dutl'v, Baij SGuion, C B Foy and Ferd
M II' ih...
ltdeigh J M Aver. Dr S Rogers. Jones
Fiiih-r, Tins As ie. S.ier-'.ood Hi-gs,
Ah x Andrews UnryM.i-er, Alt'. Wil
liams, Joe Marshall, Annsiead (Jow-jud,
Geo Snow a; d Thus Holt, jr.
Durham- W ll Winiayd. jr, Arthur
Lyon, Fred (iieen and Thos Allen.
Ta'boro treo II lderr.ess.
Charlo te Chase Adams and Sam'l
ire n-b t'o J M Robcr.SQa.
S iiitliport V B Stevens,
Chnpd ILL - J F, Mattocks and
A.shc il e Thud Thrush, Benj. Jones
and Pat Br.viich.
.doifaiiion James Nelson, B Davis
and B .rnie Douglass.
(i,,ld-b. r Frank Miller, A PSlocumb,
Leslie Sout'nerian.l, J; o SiZ'-r
(iiiiii 1 and E B Borden, jr.
OxfoiM Frnir-v I. ;:-. jr.
Eaveiteville Jennings l'euii erton
d e 1' 'M
K i iiai' l Gwaluii v. ;
C. - Jim Vi41i iiiison. I
Williamson and J ti I
n -b-ri 11
Kin :ou - -F
or. J A Duncan,
siiua Taylor, Dr
C I' li-irvev an-1 Bei i
'asi!iiuton Dr J
Jr.o ito Iiu an, Dr John IJ.ount, Joo Tay
hie, Ed llyr, Frank Jordan, II. A
Latham and V K JaCobson.
A mora W. A
l "ii.1,1 out.'tl (
.Mver-. Robert I
K l ' C 'l. eu. Clr.-
1' ey Nf; . t
.'ife! :heii- v.
.I"ch -nvi'!-' 1
lie., o tol'1 --1 al'l
1. Souther!and, Frank
in." Vrmoud Myers,
.it'itsou. Hugh Miller,
; l'e.-chau. Harrv
V: .- T,-
ai . 1 A
.'nv-Wi.l W e. .
A J Mitchell.
A ii. Couen,
) 1 ye Woo'Lrd,
-. Id Robert
x. c..i J b;
D. V. Jones,
or a lad Ro jcri
evlerii Fair IVole,.
Tin- Xewliem th 1 wid be he.-; a week,
In'gi n'.ii'-v Monday, F h. lstn.
If ye.u irie auyilii'ig .11 c.bie for an ex
hibit -;t ii a-'do. and i.e- siu'e to -j . 1 1 1 it 1 0
tlie lair. d ue nr-n him ale liberal a.u-1
v. 1 ii ft ur li woi U:r,-s for.
Tho f ir is I e,iif weii adveiiised and
a1: in ..eat on- po ir to a larger number
ol'i hii..i and biguci ciowils than ever
The Neubern fair will continue to he
"the finest.'" Kinston Free Press.
Kiim'om i-n.niililinl (nmiilr'lt'h.
lli CI S
ol Ihe Senate mill House
Hlisioii Itclnoen PopullHtK
mill Republicans -otliiiie..
Special to Tin-: .lor it v
R I.KI..II. .lallll ll V !
met at noon and cel'V
branehi - was present.
siiied over the Senate,
ried on', completely in
The la-fi ',:
Doiighton p re
Fusion w;ts car
)oth l.Tiinches and
ni-ts divided all oOices equally, just
y will divide aM committees.
D.'ino -rats gel no position.
' officers of the Senate are Hill K. King,
principal clerk; Spencer Blackburn,
Rcadine ( 'lerk: 'J'. X. llallihurton, door
keeper: .lolm liobb. assistant door keeper,
1 A. I. Wallace, engrossing clerk.
I (hivern .r Can- was notified that the
; Senate was ready for busines.,.
Tiie members of the House were sworn
in by Judge Walter Clark. Many notices
of contests were given. There are in all
Zuli Vance Walsi r wa? nominated for
Speaker by the Fusionists. mh! J. Frank
Ray by tne Democrats. Walser received
seventy - tw o votes and Ray received forty
three. Lnsk who was late last night beaten
for the speakership by Walser, nominated
the latter as well as all other Fusionist
candidates. The other officers of the
1 rouse are L. P. Sattei field, principal
clerk; John V. Chapin, reading clerk; J.
M. McDufhe, E. I). Stanford and J. R.
Hancock, assistant clerks; E. P, Hauser,
engrossing clerk; A. J. Moye, dooykeeper;
A. R. Middleton, colorod assistant door-kc-eper.
The rules of the last House were
adopted save that one which requires two
thirds ma jority.
Late last night fusion caucus of the
House members completely overturned
things and decided ou Z-b Vance Wal
ser lor Speaker. Th's was a complete
surprise to Lu-k and to everybody else.
This rcsu t is unfavorable to Pnlchard
for Senator as his barkers were also those
of Lu-k. . ().
BAPTIST MISSION WORK
Among the Weak Churches Nrar tbe
City An Enconraglug; Showing In
Rev. Rose's Report.
)u Thursday night. 10th ins:-, Rev J.
W. Rose, ol Cove, who is carrying on
mission work among (he weak Baptist
churches near ihe city, made his annual
report. He had ihe report arranged so as
to bring in some (Lures from ihe preced
ing year als .. A gratifying and very in
te.esting showing was made.
Mr. Rose now has mne sati.msin
charge. These are Vanceb i"". Truitt s,
Spring Gai Men, WiVis' Church, C'.ve,
Fr endship, Gaskiti.' Scliool li.,u e, Stony
Brand: .1 Dover.
Last v e..r 'r. R .se held servi.-i s,
131)3, VJl. a total of 432. The vei-i.e
d'-nilince at tlnse services on the &ih-
ath was 100 The number of pastoral
vis ts almost ta lies with the nuuvr "I
service Condue (i !. li the c'lise of his
labors Mr. R -e, . -q distribiitid a large
amount of 1. 11 j ; .1- litera'U'e. , The travel
to ai compiiu 1 he work foot eii tip 4.814
miles, a little over ha f oi it being done
The.e have been three churches org 1
niel during the time two last year a;.d
one in 1893 The first was at Cove, the
next a! Truitt's, the last at Vaoceboro.
There was no Baptist church building or
..rgauiz ition on the field when he entered
upon the work.
Two houses of wor-hip were built, one
ai Cove -oid one at Spring Garden, each
..f ihe. n adequate to ihe n quiremen'8 at
this due. The first cost 250, the latter
1380.9.', a total of 858S.92. There w. re
two fr e cu.urch '.s for any denomination
bud: in the t'.-rt i ory dui ing the lime ami
thcBipt'Sts of the localities in whi.h
1 hey were l .c.iud aud ihe New Barne
Baptist c .u c i a'so contributed to. the
erection o the-.-. The amount of moDjEvy
raised n the field during ihe Uirj,j was
The New B rne Baptist church con
tributed for this work i: 1 893 15,00; in
1894. .$575; a total ol $1075 in, the two
years, t his is a very liberal ofjvriug for
Tin te was also a Snnda.y scbt.ol orga
nized a' Cove last year; the pupils num
It will be noli. from ihe ab:uvethat
the work isga lung there is an increase
in memb is- an I aho in contributions.
This can reasonably be expecied to con
tinue each pir until the work becomes
Ir is a pleasure 10 s-e a church reaching
out so heartily as the Baptist church here
is doing to build up other churches. It i,s
the true gospel spirit and wid bless alike
the giver and the receiver.
UOI RI.E M KUniXJ AT COVE.
Anil forris Inoek
At A-bmy M.
miles from Cove
Rev. A. L (Jrimi
E. Church, about five
Si ".tion, on the 9ili inst.
nd utl'uevl in holv wed-
lock. Mr. B. D
and Mi-s Su-an
Enhank of Cove, N, C.
.V. Morns. Iro.n nc.ir
' '. And with the same
li F. Ipoak of Cove
Yniiceb r . N '
ceremony-, .Mr. J-e
aud Miss I) 11 A
brides uiaidcs and
.'. 1 .-I I '! te 'tion. The
rooms. nelt Wel'e at tol-
For Mr. Eubank
and Miss Morris, Mr.
Covo and Miss Amy
J. N. Charlton ui
Morris ot aucebm-a, .Mr. G. IL Moms,
of Vance b.ro and Miss Aiice Taylor, of
t'.'V.', Mr. J. T. Carrawan and Miss Elsie
E.ve.i, Mr. treo. S ilcox and Miss Dora
Ciilliwan, ail of Vaneeboro.
For Mr. Ipock and 31 iss Arnold
Air. Elisna Arnold ot leileeiion A4'olored Man Accidentally Drowned.
and Mi-s Vick White, 01 Fort I , T , , . ....
Barnwell, Mr. W. B. Simmons, a..d Mjss ! E,uest Jon a colored youth ot the
Ada Dauuheriv. ol t'erh-ction, Mr. F-- T. ; eity was drowned early Friday morn
Ip ck, and Mi-" Xoia White, of Cove, Mr. 1 1"!: iu Neuse river off the point just
Frank White of Ft liarnweiL and Miss !
IIa't;e While, of Cove.
After the 11 arriage. Me. Eubanks took
his br-de to, ,i b.oir.e at Cove where he
fave in li.'itunt suppi r to a 1 irge UU'tibiV
of h!s friends and relatives.
Mr. Ipock an I h's '.ride repaired to her
pit lie. , w here their Ir eu- Is an I relativ.s
were ire.:t ! ;n a similar manner.
Ma the two unions prove a happv (u
tmv. ' " P.
Tcurlior's Association in Onslow.
' '.ar f'om th" Jacks, nvillc 'liana
mat a 1 iciiu'.s v.s.-ociation, lias oeen
fumed a" -Jacksonville. The unj-uiiafg for
oro 01 .ation was well ' tended and' A million dollars in gold was witb-twc.ity-nii.e
joined, thi rit-aier number drawn from the New York sub-treasury
l.eii. ofihislou cuu'i'.y but s 'lii. from Thursdav. nresumablv for exnort.
inei'i'm u a
called bv Pro:.
E. -M. Roonoi . Supt. I
tion of ( )-islow county.
The officers aiv : E. M. K. .once. Pres
ident: A. Whitley. Recording Secretary;
M:ss lila lhir-.fi -tt anil L. Baroer, Corres
pond ng Secie a tie-; Miss Dow Javman,
Toe tii st Saturday in February is the j
date for the uel meeting
The (Jovernor's Messaee Read.
I rand Doeament Its Feataren
J Important Bills Introduced on
County Government, Elections, I-e-
gal Interest. Ac Chairmen of Com
mittees Cen tested Keats.
Special to the Journal,.
Rai.eioh N. C, Jan. 10, 1895. Gov
ernor Carr'a message t the Legislature
is an able document and makes a grand
showing for the Democratic government
and management of North Carolina's
Excellent advice is given the Legisla
ture to beware of the enactment of parti
san legislation and of changinz the county
government system and the systems of
the various public institutions.
An increase of the pension tax to 4J
cents is recommended, as are also the
equalization of taxes, the increase of
school tax-es to twenty-two cents.
The Atlanta Exposition is heartily en
dorsed and the legislature is asked to make
an appropriation for an exhtbit.
Fifty thousand dollars contingent ap
propriation for the penitentiary is asked
for and the purchase of convict farms is
The Governor says that the Shellfish
Commission has been unable to enforce
the oyster law, as it has no funds, and
North Carolinians have defiantly violated
the law by dredging for oysters. The
Governor emphatically declares that the
present oyster law is a failure and sug
gests a new appropriation to carry it into
The Fusionists began active work in
tbe Legislature today. Senator Mewborne
introduced a bill which, under suspension
of the rubs, was promptly passed, re
pealing tbe act of the last Legislature
which amended the charter of the Farm
Grant and Patterson were sworn iu as
the Senators from Wayne, Aycock and
Smith, Democrats, not appearing or mak
ing any claim to seats.
Senate session was very short. That of
the House was longer. Two more mem
bers were sworn in one Twinn T)nffV of
Onslow. The Governors message was
read this occupying just two hours-
Secretary of State Coke notified the
House that he was ready to exhibit all
bills for public printing under the new
law. Important bills were introduced
these being one by French of New
Hanover to repeal present election law
and replace it by one box and one ballot
There was another by Ewart to repeal
the county government law and establish
county boards of trustees and boards of
audit, and finance.
Wmbonrnc introduced a bill to make
six per cent the legal rate of interest
French was made chairman of the com
mittee 011 rules, Ewart of the committee
I privileges and elections.
Notices of five election coutests were
ti ed, fhese being in Edgecombe, Grao
v.de. Pamlico and Halifax. O.
Ualeiqh; N. C, Jan. 11. In the sen
ate to-day the principal bills introduced
were to make the legal rate of interest, 5
per cenr, to allow Bertie county to work
convicts on farm, to repeal tbe act of last
legislature ordering the public printing to
b.' .let to lowest bidder.
T'.is last bill was introduced by Mew
borne and was railroaded through Senate,
lib. being referred to any committee al
though two Democratic Senators protested
against its passage on the third reading.
Another quick piece of business was tbe
adopt'on of an amendment to Senate rules
by a resolution placing iirtbe hands of a
committea the appointment of all commit
tees, thus taking away from tbe president
of the Senate-his prerogative to name all
The- Fusionists bad made all their plans
and resolution naming a Populist and
Republican as members of tills committee
and allowed the President to name the
third member. Tbe President apppinted
Senator Adams, Democrat. Adams made
a protest against the resolution and Offered
an amendment to it, giving the President
the power to appoint all committees. He
declared the change proposed by the
fusionists to be the most radical on record.
The Republican member of the com
mittee said he did Dot know anything
about constitutional questions but the
Fusionists were determined to make this
change in the rules.
The resolution was adopted forty to
The Fusionist showed their hands bold
ly in the hause also.
The chief bills introduced were to in
crease t'ae public school tax from sixteen
to 22 cents, by Duncan to protect Car
teret county fishermen against monopo
lies, to allow the Murfreesboro railway to
be extended to Chowan nver or Albemarle
sound, 1 a allow Greene county to levy a
spec-lal tax, to extend the corporate
limits of Snow Hill, by Williams of
Craven to change the time for holding of
Craven and Bertie courts.
The act of the last legislature amending
the charter of tbe Farmers Alliance in
regard to the withdrawal of the business
fund subscription was repealed by unani
mous vote. O.
below Croose creek; bay,
ten miles below
At the time of the drowning Johnson
had been sent back by the captain Dan
Forman to another boat loaded with logs
which the front one was towing, to do
needed work. The careening ot this
boat due to a log bavinj; fallen over
caused her to sink and he went down.
Ancffoit was made to take him off in
time bat he seemed paralyzed with fear
and made no effort te help himself. The
man in the boat was not experienced or
he could have saved him after ho got in
Information lias been received at Wrh
iiif t .n that arrangements are in progi
to colonize 4,000 acres of land in Chicot,
county. Ark., with Italians. 275 lamilies
have been engaged to occupy the land.
A report bus been sent out that tbe king
of Corea is dead that he has Cen assina-
ted other roports say le is prost-ated by
MORE 1 M MWi R A NTS COM iNfi.
.1.1,000 Acres Land Parcjiascil.
t .. -. ... 1 '
- ' f - .!;'
And More Wanted The dtttlettten
Will be at Newport And t ) of I
or loog Island and w Jersey sr.
men. 300 Families Kedj'-Tli
Plans. ' f.-' :- -
A company is now Uiiiig organized io
bring a numliei- of Long Island and . New
Jersed farmers to this section' 'The com
piny lias already purchased'' ' eleveti
thousand acres ol land arouud Kewporty.
about midway between JSew Bernfe, and
Morehead City and arc negotlajting . for -other
large tracts. .;' '' '-JM--Xl ;
The company now has ' abwutvltlirea
hundred families ready, to come.. Thry ; :' '
propose to cut ifp" the lands into' ihirty-
acre lots and hiuld a Ifrinfte, rr.,- on ViCll
lot. This work will liegui t oiiceL'.o i
A large muiilior of New York tapiiiilisls' '
liavc been enlisted in the movement,';,-"'" '
One of the parties t ftbe-abuve has beori
for six or sevenflnoutha irve$tjit,n? 'be
country Iroui Virginia to Georgia nd ha
come to the conqlusion that this bhf 'tho
beet country in AoiericaMhe garden epoti '
This movement is -entirely oietuict aad
senemtefiom an vol' the immigration or'
Colonization movements thai hive-ylii'i'eto
fAre been made public. ; Theprelimiiiur.V
work has been performed quietly iind the .
point is at hand when tbe rt'sufti"ara to ,
show. d Vis.
: ., t, .1 if 'ji;;' y ,?
"Plcked-I p" by The Xonraal Whirl Is '
Always in "The mmtrnk.tXl "
Mr. Ii. P. Williams, Tlepraseutativft
from Craven has introduced a bill, .in the
leg'wlature, '-To Restore to tlie" pecple vthu
right to Govern Themselvftl.T" tf
Messrs. John H. CrahtriM &tfJ!Hiave
two marine boilers nt their hO'pjlol,"thOi '
ough rj aa' rs They belong t tbe '"Nellie
B. Dey and the Fiancis. '"f.
Among the shipmenls 'that panSid
through yesterday ' lnm?- Miireheart 'dty
were 450 gallons of oyuis,ilrM Mtasri.
D. Bell & Co. 400 gallons .thegy were
opened by50shuckerfl'irione'dny.il '.' ' '
The newspaper men hold'offices 111 the
present North Carolina IfetelatumTThey
are J. W. Chapin f tha Aurom Progiess
ive Age, Reiuling clerk of the House- and
J. M. McDuffie, of Ibe Solid 'South,.; Fay- .
etteville, assistant to the -Principal clerk. -and
lastly John Babb, asialant doorkeeper
of the Senate. ,. ' " '-,'
A special frbm Rileigh to tbe Cliatjot 'e
Observer suys thai Mr. Ewart lias 'alrcmly
prepared acounty government --biH. ' lie
diew one in 188?, which .Wii taid to be
constitutional. It gave counijr govern
ment to seven eastern cotintied, Vhile in
nil llieothers the people elected ' magis
trates, &e. . .... ,, ;&&UJU-.
The Jackainville Tuwa tolls ;f,a"ct
tingaffray ef Verona between two brother
Harvey and Iva Cox In whkli," thtforiin t
was seriously woundl;VIa". JV- for
parts unknown. T.h"ei dispute satins t.v
bave grown out, of trilling 'arguiueut
as to which was the' best man. iX . s.
Gov. Omit's message t .t 'Yiegibfattire
was an admirable ut B'i exceedingly
long on4 It tmtiftcbjut; a8,0t)i,"
words and makes 7tt paves of type writer -copy.
It would bike about ' twenty ''coK
umnsof'the JooKSAt "jtj.'.jolwl'typa t'
An exchange aayit iA'''i'nnn man
who started a frog ranch a few, months
ago with 2,000 frogs liasrnow h' slock of .
1,000,000, ' ia making lotn of moocy mud
isn't doing any.rokmghiroj(elL''ies8rs.
F. E. Hegc & Co's frog ; lapa at JSTcw
Berne will soon be ia';bpefarioniitocked
with frogs from-the farm of tbut .tiibC'r
nia man that is coining much, .cash out
of tlie business v 1 '".''.',' a;.' '
1 ' ' ' . ',T ?J ".',.- '-'
RAIUROAD RATEK T IHB J'AIII-
One Flrst-t'lass rare lor Bnnd Trlpj
Pins 50 cents for Admission. '
A-tlantic and North CarulinvilaUroact, ' ,
Passenger Deprtment,h.Tw,'ai' i-i
New Bero, O.Jan. 9ihi lgSS.,
To the Public: . , ;V V;Vi '
I dm authorized bjf tlieCAmmtsBiotrr
of the Associated Uailway'vto'uBnie ilie
following first-class rate to EasT Carolina
Oyster, Fish, Game aadlndustriai Fair a.t
New Bern, N. C. .. 'r.r't ii.wW. r-.'
Hates of one first-class far for.: the,
round trip plus 50 cents for one admission -to
the fair grounds a;e hereby "authorized
to New' Bern, N. Cind-tetural from
points, within the State east of find in
cluding Greensboro, Salisbury and O.hai
lotte, also from Richmond,' Norfolk, and
intermediate points hi Virginia Mccount
of the above. ..'.,- ',.;; -: ,v - '
Ti;keis to be sold February " lGth to
21,st inplusive, final limit to vreturn Feb
ruary 36th, 1895, continuwiui paisage in.
each direction, - .
Tbe-following rates wiU oSovem .i'rorn :
tcompetitive ana junction points. ,
From Charlotte, N. C
' FauptterillA "
i.'f VI . .. I
Suffolk, Va., ,
Wilmington, - "
' ; 8.20 -
t i 4.95'
Via Qoldsboro, Kinston and A.&N.CJtlt.'
S. L. DilIj, G. P. A.
KENNELS, POULTRY, ;
for their immeuse cat- -,
alogue to be issued this ;i V
month. It costs only
EGGS FOR HATCHING '
Special Prices on Fowls.
r. E. HEGE & CO-,
NEW BERNE, - N. C.
TAXES MUST BE PAID.
We have endeavored to give all public
notice to Delinquents, aud na There are
still some who have not rauKateiL we
are compelled to institut cdihgs
tor the collection of samr he re-'
auiretrents of our official uuv
W. B. LANErUrv.-. 'VV' i
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