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$1.00 Per Tear
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Single Copies, 5 Cents.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, MARCH 7, 1895.
. ! . 2 : -. . . ,
' . v
in Craven ;
ge executed nie
I !i i Maikee and ,
I ! i .I iv ol Nov
i ' i i.o '.he office of
I s.id Ciareii
.. ; "7 to -2u.
bv Wiili.nn T. M ..
Henrv Dnk. . bated .'."
umber 1SV "s iiul rcg'-'- .
the R -izL-u-r oi Iv . ;.
county. in 1...R 1 12. t'
inclusive, ,nd in i be ili.
of Dee, is of sad Card-ri t
R R pages 4"4 i t rig., t.i
' of i he Keg i:cr
oeintv in h. ok
wlia h reference j
n tered on me by
is made and the powers c.
said mortgage. The under-i
-.ned will sell at I
p'lMic auction, fore-ash. at the court
li' u-e in the city of New Berne, in .-aid
Craven countv. ou Sdur lav the 2nd dav
: April, A. D. 1 895, at 12 o'cloc k mid- '
day. the billowing land-: 1
1. A i that certain tract of land situ- i
at. iu C -stven count v -n t tie S. . n t It aide!
f Neils,, river aud west side ol Adums
creek, .. nitn.ining liX acres more or U ss,
and ku ..mi the Ireland lac.bs. fuilv dt
scrib. J ;n - ii i I, ortgagc.
2. Another par ! of lard 't;::i ed in
iti Crivi n c-i; t.. .i! . .. trh ..
N Cllse r. e . ;". . he i . -
Vs.-uU -f Adam cie-k, i uibrsu ing sever
1 trtcts cont nninr 8oil :u res. more or
' less, known as the "Wiinhop Place"
exrrpliag lUtrelr on twtlve and J actes
ola by John S. V:u'h to John II.
3. Another pa-ccl if 1 .id stinti-' on
the BiSl sidu of S-'Utii river and on Neu-e
river ant I Bi-.nvu's cr, ek. :uid lJ.'suil'
creek, cont.iiiMii To Th iism l :i id
Seven icn s more it V-, a i l known u j
the "irove Tiact" ! e ni: he lan.U de-!
scriltrtl in sntil m. rtri--- n i er the num- i
ber of pirn Is as nuinlvr and conitin (
of the four tiaoi.4 I'uiiv uwi .bed as No. 3 ,
ia S:iid uior; ! irf . 1
. 4. A not I n r p t oi . ! '.ind -itimtM on i
Sale of V a I n a 1 I e Lami:
and Ciirit'rt't ( online
Bv v'rt.i. :' I Itli.l tg ige
the SontU -ioe of No nvcr and on the
South side of K.ih:i i iv k, ( ontain;nj
- 13? acres, more i r ie-. known m ilte
Ciawel! E Uv.ird Patent Trier.
5. An-itlitt If ut -Hn.ue i on ilie South
". tide of Xen.-c lUcr ;n I c:it k!i; of Stu.h
t'.rvT knoa n a the Wil l- 1 ml, rontain
in? 437 acre, ii.o.-e r j o. Also a tiact
ol" laml n 'joinniL: the l.nni- of tiio Brac:g
hein, conttinii',' 10O acre-, more or Ivs-t
leituj !antl t unierlv owned hy Clair
8. Another p;uvel of land lying on
iQlh side of N"iu-e river ami tasl side of
Sooth r'.vrr ami north side of Bin k creek,
containing 320 acre-, more or less beinu
part of 1 he C. II. K.lwjnls land, sotne
times hiuivu as the Buck creek land. Also
a tiact of lainl lying on the so tit 1 1 side ol
Neose river bingp:rtof the bind ( 00
reyecl bv Susan F. and E-t' er E. Stanly
U C'Asnell tIards, containing 280 acres
more or has being then known as the
C. O, Edwards I iud anl sometimes as lite
. Another parcel of la ml on the south
siUeof Neuse river. and eist side of South
ier, containing 175 acres, more or less
being the tract formerly owned by John
ft Another tract ot iacd lying on the
south aide ofNeu.se river and wfst ride of
Turcagaiu Bay, e o;ahiing 5XJt acres,
luore or ie s. km wn as ttie Whitelmrsi
ar.d HowanJ lands
9. Another tract lyiog on south sioe of
Xtusc river ami north ta?t side of South
rivtr aud Cofl" e creek, containing 5 acres,
more or leas, known as the Coffee creek
10. A!i e.f thos.- tiacts of land tyinn
on the Soutli el Nn-e river aud both ,-ides
of Adam's crex k, know.: as the McLtn
lauds, containing 700 acres n.ore or less.
11. Another parcel cf land on the
otuh aid-.' of Neu.e r'ner
and enst side of the iuain
Sranoh Garbucon creek, contaiuing 872
acres, more or less, krtow n as the Leppers
12. Another parcel of land lying on the
onth tide of Neuse tiver between South
river and Garbaon creek, known as the
Carnej land, containing 420 acres, more
13. Another parcel of land on outh
ride of Teuse liver and wst side ot Somti
river Let wet n Dixon treek an I Old
llouse creek, coutnb.in 70 acres, more or
less, known as the f.cuu an land.
14 Another panel, of laud ou the
south side of Netiso river and west side of
Sooth river, conta uiug V)t acres, more or
less, knwu as the Dunn land.
li5. Aootiwsr par. el of lajnl on the i-a-l
side of South river and north side of F.-ist
creek and south side of Coil'ev creek, con
taining 70 a ;res, more or h known x
the East crei k tract. All of which lands
ire ful dfsciilnd in sdd iu.irt!Zi.; to
which reference is n a -le.
This .March Is'. I''...
WALTER V. B I URL'S. Mortun-ee.
By. Siniiiums Utbbs & Fe r.-ali. Att'j '.-.
p 1 1 1 1 raii r.a rhnf of diC or
m DO UfcsA lUUXXMllj
AS A PREVENTIVE
ht either m i'
9 any vrnrrcmJ itatM; bvt tm Xbm
. trkjN Air?SdT C MiuitriLi Ar
1 ' with tijou i n4 GM, ww (MrM-
TT U aT too carju Prte ty mmti. pemb
F.S. DUFFY,, Druggist
E. S. STREET
has just ar
rive. I from
rtbe WEST with a car load of tine Horses
and Mules tosuital! purposes azes i-.in'je
from 4 to 7 years old. ail of which he will
iell cheap for Cash or Negotiable paper
Call an.l sec him. n21-tf
1 have a limited -".poly of Cotton Gu
ano that I will sell
A TON FOli A VOVll Hl'N
DRED FOUNJ) HALE OF
Tbe cotton to be deli verrd . n or be! .re
November 1st. isvo.
Also a full line of Tur k Fertilizers
Kainit, Acid, Phosphate. Jcc, on hand
anel for sal- oo reasonable terms.
tr"Stt me before you buy.
J. C. Whitty.
Eastern Carolina Dlspa tcti
013 Domiaioii S. S. Line.
Change ol" Seliedtile.
On and after Friday, March 1st, until
further notice, tho Steamers o this line
will sail from New Berne at 3 p. m.
Geo. Hkhdeesox, Agent.
2Tcw Berne, N. C. Feb. 28, 1895. liu.
The Only Preventive
Mothy Oily Skin
At the Cause
Frr pfmples. ttlarkbcatis. reti ftnd oilvpkin.
p..i. rouirlt sh3j.KtleKd nails, Jail ing
Sold rhrM:z':H:t lht
A CUkM. I'OKi'., &ol
X PET STOCK YARDS,
for their immense cat
alogue to be issued this
month. It costs only a
EGQS FOR HATCHING
A. SPECIALT V
2pecnl Prices oa Pow Is.-
F1. E. HEGE & CO-,
NEW BERNE, - N. C.
J 10 3 in
Old Rip Tobacco !
I liavc just received Oue Hundred
boxes of OLD RII' Tobacco which
I will off.r for the next 30 days at
Considerably less than Manufactur
Tlte boxes contain from C to 25 lbs.
each. Colors Mahogany & Black
Sf)aes: 6 in. 6s, 6 in. 9's aiul
9 in i's.
1 will sell any of the above at 25c.
by the box, or 3oc. retail, until
M;irch 1st. 1895.
j. w, v::;:,
No. 40 Middle St.
New Berne, N. C.
D id You Ever See
It" you never dkl, go to J. F.
TAYLOR'S, where you can get ii
twelve-inch plug for five cents
good souud, solid tohacco lie
side? twenty-five otber d rt'erent
varieties, from the best to the
Another lot of good Shots at
rock bottom prices.
A thousand pounds more of
those nice Ten cent Uaons, and
lots of other goods too numerous
to mention. Don't lail to come
and see me when you come to
town, if you do you'll get left,
Notice of 8eizure.
New Berne, N. C. Feb. 2, 1895.
Noiicc is hereby given ot the seizure of
tbe following property for the violatiou
of the Internal Revenue law s.
Siezed at the office of the Southern Ex
press Company, at Jacksonville, N. C.
January 16tii. 195, one keg of Corn
Whiskey, marked, W. E. Ie, and one
keg Corn Whiskey, marked, J. A. Sapp,
supposed to contain four and one half
Seize 1 d the office of the Southern Ex
press Company in New Berue, N. C, on
thd 22d day oi' January, 1X95, one keg of
Corn Whiskey, marked, J. T. -"oilh,and
one keg of Corn Whiskey, market, N. E.
Siuth, supposed to contain four and one
half n ill ons.
Any person elaiinini; any of said prop
erty is hereby noiitie I to appear witluu
30 thus from the ditr hero! aud make
such claim in f .rm and 111 inner prescribed
by law or the said prjperly will be for
lcted to the t'nitid States.
F. M. Simmons. Collator.
By W.T. Caho, Deputy Collector,
Mangy Mi Eisily mi Lpidiy.
SXAD THIS AOT TSISZ IT 0VE2 !
We want 1 tX men who have energy
and grit. We w ill give them a situation
in which tlu-y mil make money rapidly
the labor ln.-ing light au-.l emp oyment the
year round. Hepiires no capital or great
education. Some of our tiest salesmen
are co.mtrv boys. Young men or o'd
will do. Remuneration is quick and sure.
We haw need tor U'hJ men within the
next 30 days. Do not wast time, but
write at once lo IL C. Hl'DGINS & CO.
Publishers, Atlanta. Ga.
Dr. E. C West's Nerve and Brmin Treatment
rs .Id under positive written (marantee, by autbur-LZi-d
imerite only, t. cure Weak Memory; Ixws of
r.-un and Nerrt, Power; Lfwt Manhood; evuii-knom;
Sliilit l.oso; Kvil Prearns; Lak of Coufldenoe;
Nerv.iunee; lAijltude; ali Drnlns; Losa of Power
of the Generative Orifana in either nei, rauaed by
t-rrer-exertloii: Youthful Errors, or Kxee--ive Ve of
1 Tobacco, Opium or Liquor, which soon lead to
' Miser, Consumption. Insanity and Death. By mall,
$1 a box; 6 for 5; with written iruarantee to cure or
refund money. W1T S CCU'OH SYRUP. A certain
-ur for Coutrhf". Colds, Asthma, Bnmchttt-, Croup,
WboOpiotT Cough, 1S I re Throat. Plea-ant to take.
SrDaU siza diacuotiziued; old, 60c. size, now Jr-. ; old
tL ana,BQW 6oc (iUABiXTa Issued only by
F. S Duffy, Sole Agent, New
Berne, N. U.
lOHAHIKII TOO Ml II ( OTTO.V.
SI1U S)'lllnK ar tul lire Itplitrr) 1
Fiyn rH RammI on n I. i kt ro nnU IAVl
Price Thi Year.
Not lom: incc we published uews
sUowiny t h:t t s;ius ol cotton f if future de-
livery cxpectol to come ort of the crop
that will le r:ii-ed tb s eir were beinLri
made at tie. up s which plainly indicated
that the shrewd ;md well informed man
thus dealing were count ins; on nnother
enormous crop liein raited and on its
selling for prices even less than it ha done
this ear. We have nr.o: Let lelt -r fiom
Knsrland that shows the Ix-lief stdl holds
and urges aaitis- the p
so large an acreage a.
Here ;s the letter:
Li VKRI'oot . Feb. I "tit. ISO".
I Mir market continue, in me kittle Heavy
condition, and the five selling of new
crops at idmut 4 1-lf? to 3 1-s. (equivalent
1 to atwiii 4 cents on plantation., nas ueen
more pronounced sin:e Hie publication of
an article 111 the Liveqo d Post, of Keb.
! M.. quotino the speech Ol Ju,!re J. C.
to about 4 cents on plantations), has b;i
i.-an. ol 1. -.1 l..er 1 an.Mt. J.a . L'I..re pair haoy-Uead, John I hum, 1.50; pair
the recent bhrcveport Convention, in 8oul, Southerly, John C. Thomas, Jr.,
Whirh he declared that cotton had beenltl .la. nnirsnmmcr ilnrlr .Inlm r Thorn.
and could Ite profitably iaisl at the pres
ent low prices ruling.
So, with the huge supp'y before us, all
reports of decrta-ed a re ig'j disciedited,
and the ueneral Ix-lU f that another enor-
i mouscrop will le planted aud very low
I prices prevail, it would certainly be very
I deplorable if no niateri.-.l reduction in the
j cotton area should occur, particularly
! considering the demoralization that now
j exists here, and the agiricssive disposition
I to st. cotton for next sea sou's delivery.
I Another importnt factor that is well
1 not to overlook is toat, on account ol
I liussia's increasl dui v on c.tton.
! country cannot be expected to assist the
I market next fall, by bnyiiii; 400.000 or
I 500.1 0(i bales of Amtriean cotton, as she
! did la-t Sep'.. Oct and Nov
Considering the present and future out
look, rs seea here, sellers for a sharp de
cline are as confident as at any time in the
recent past. They instance the present
pressure to sell spot cottons as an evidence
that its production at present figures must
le profitable, and insist that, were it oth
erwise, cotton would not be forced on the
market, at the end of a season, at the
lowest quotations in the history of the
Bkkk, Covvem. & Co.
ItN a Curious M'omnn
who can't have confidence in Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. II' ic is a tonic
lor tired-out womanhood, a remedy for
all its peculiar ills and ailments and if
it di esn't help you. there's nothing to
A hat more can voc ask for. in a medi
The ''Prescription'' will build up,
strengthen and invigorate the enlire female
system. It regulates nnd promotes all
the proper functions, improves digestion,
enriches the blood, dispels ache? and
pains, bungs refreshing sleep, and restores
health and vi'ror In 'female com
plaints'' of every kin I in all chronic weak
uesses an 1 derangements, it's the ouly
guarantied remedy. If it dnisn't I ent-rit
or cure, in the case of every tired-ont or
sufferino woman, she'll have her money
Nothinj 11 Tied in its place bv a dealer.
tho 11 .;h ;t 111 iy Le b 1 et'er tor
sell , can be "just as good" for
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation,
piles, biliousness, indige-tiou and head
aches. LAM) OF THIISOITH.
Land of the South imperial land -
How proud thy mountains rise
How sweet thy scenes on cverv hand;
Bow fair thy covering sKiesI
But for this ah. not for these
I love thy fields to roam,
Thou hast a dearer spell to mo,
Thou art my native home!
The rivers roll their liquid wealth,
t 'neipialletl to the sea--Thy
bills and valleys bloom with health,
And green with verdure be;
But not for thy proud ocean streams
Nor for thine a.nre dome.
Sweet, Suuuv Suith I clitm to thec--
Thou art my native home!
I've stood beneath fair Italy's clime ,
Beloved of tale and son".
On tlelvyn's hills, pr.-ud and sublime,
Where nature's wonder- ?hroni:;
By Temple's classic sunlit -tiv mis,
Where oad's ot o d. did ro on.
But ne'er have found so fair a 1 md
As thou ni v native home!
As thou hast prouder glor'e too,
Than nature oer t.rae:
I'eace sheds o'er thee her genial dew,
And frcetlom's pin;.n wave.
Fairscience llings her ptsiris around;
Religion litis her ilome.
These, these i nde r thee to niv heart.
My own, loveil, native home!
And "hfaven's U'-t gifc to man i- thine
(iod bless ihe rosy girl-!
Like sylvan flowers, they su eel ly shine:
Their hearts are jane ;:S peail-!
And orace and goo mess circle theiii.
Where'er their fo.itsteps roam
IIo.v i-an I iben, whilst loviiii.' them,
Not love niv native home!
KlieumHtlim Cured In liny.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to : days.
Its action upon the system is remarkable
and mysterious. It removes at onre the
cause and the disease immediately disap
pears. The first dose anally benefits, 75
Sild by Henry's Pharmacy. New Berne
N. C. old custom bou-e building.
Bucklen'si "Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the woild for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, I'lcct's. Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores. Tetter, Chappe 1 hand-. Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay require I. It
is guaranteed to give perfect sttisiaction
or money refun lid. Price 25 cenis pel
box. For sale bv F. S. DulVv. Pimroist.
B. S. GUION, Sec, k Treas.
OFFICII : iq GRIFFITH. ST.
Manufacturers of Pnrf5 Crystal Ice
FROM DISTILLKD WAT KB.
CAPACITY: 20 Tons per day
Daily delivery (except Simdat) bv
wagons from G a. in. to f p. j,
Sunday (retail only) Irom 7 a. m. to 10
Car Load lots .solicited and orders tilled
For prices and other information,
B. S. GUION.
THF. l'KEMHKN AM'ARnF.n.
At the I'.ast t aroliiiit Fair, Taken In
Ortlcr by DepartmeiiU.
-u AM K,
Bc6t pair live quail. J. M. Keel, 12
pair live quail.
best ptir dead wood-cock, .1. C. Thomas,
- 'r - i 50; do., double rail, J. C. Thomas,
J'"-. $1.50; pair live doves. John Duud,
it--; pair dead larks, Frank Russell. $1;
! best display ot dead samp, I B. larce.
".50; di-pi,iv live quail, John Dunn.
2d best do , Leopold Cohn, 50.
ii, ,st ,jr shtrler ducks, deid John C
; Thooaas. Jr., t 50; pair dead mallards.
jM.m cv Thoma-. Jr.. $2: pair dead black
ducks,.!, li. JhlftV, ?'J; pair spf,.'-tall. ,J
j C. Tho nas, Jr., 2; pair green winjr teal.
. i r. Timnvu i.ir ilinnws .Mm
! c' Thomas, Jr., 1.50; pair paddies J. B
i Duffv. 1.50- water-witch. John C. Thorn.
i as j,. c,)nt, John C. Thomas, Jr.,
1 as j,. Cf)n( ,c
, i'5o- nest live black
i o. .id -p.,,in-l)ill J
i -jf'-,,,. ...aivass-bac'k'.
ck brant, J. L. Ilahn,
John C. Tlionia5. Jr.,
.lolin 1 limn 1 .". i
as, Jr.. $1.50; whiffler, J. B. Duffy, $2 50:
boobie, pair, J. C. Thomas, Jr., $2.50;
best single blue heron, Spellmau Browo.
75 cents; host bittern, John C. Thomas,
Jr., 1.25; best pair marsh hen, John C.
Thomas, Jr., 2.50; lst wild turkey
alive, John Dunn, .00; best wild
turkey dead, John Dunn, 2 50; best col
lection not less than 12 varieties, by one
exhibitor, I.. B. Pesrce. $15; best pair
blue peters, J. C. Tbomav $1.50.
Best live exhibit white rabbit, Drauev
; Bane, $1: best exhibit fox. I). Ilensley,
55; best exhibit wild cat. I). Ilensley, $10;
best raccoon. II. Vhiteliursr. $2; opos
sum, D. Hcnslcy, $2; mink, I). Hcnsley,
$5; best collection, not less than t varie
ties, J. C. Thomas, Jr., $40; exhibit live
!ear, C. C. Cannon, "; musk rat, Walter
Best collection live game and mixed
birds. J. M. Heel. 10.00.
Best setter. Ed. Hancock. $2 She
herd, Hackburn & Willett, $2; Italian
srey hound, Ralph Smith, 2; pointer,
J. C. Thomas, Jr., 2; Scotch terrier,
Ilaekbum & Willett. $2.
DEPARTMENT 2: FISH, OYSTERS,
Btst display crabs, Geo. N. Ives & Son,
5; Ix st collection fish, Geo. N. Ives &
Son, $75; best bushel clams, Geo. N.
Ives & Sou, $5; 2d best do., J. A. Darker.
$2.50; best display ovsters, (Jeo. N. Ives
A" Son, $25; lest display salt fish, Geo.
N. Ives A. Son, special premium, 10 sacks
DEPARTMENT 3: FARM PRODUCTS.
Largest yield crab grass on an acre, 1
bale exhibited, WV II. Bray, 5;
lest variitv bread corn.
1; field peas, W. F. Crockett, 1; Irish
potatoes. W. F. Crockett. $1; do., sweet
potatoes. 1; largest number of field
crops on exhibition own production, W.
F. Crockett. $25; 2d do.. W. II. Bray,
15; 3d best, Hackburn & Willett, 7.50.
W. F. Crockett took the following six
premiums: best display vegetables, j5:
doz. cabbages, $1; peck carrots, 1; best
turnips, diploma; rata bagas, 1; home
made smoked saung". 1. No eompeti.
tiou for county exhibit except by Craven
county which the judges consider excel
lent; best North Carolina hams, W. II.
Special premium No. 8, by John C.
Whitty, for the best yield crab grass hay
ler acre, 1 two-horse plow, awarded to
W. H. Bray; special premium No. 30, by
Robeits fc Bro., 1 sack Diadem flour,
W. F. Crockett.
W. F. Crockett also takes special pre
miums, 19, 20, 21 aud 22, by E. E.
Harper, 1 year's subscription each to
Weekly Journal. They are for best
sweet potatoes, turnips, ruta bagns, and
1 -2 bushel corn.
Special premium No. 49, by J. R.
Parker, Jr., 1 barrel gold medal flour for
best display ofcom, John Humphrey.
Special premium No. 51, by J. H.
Hackburn. 1 barrel floar tor the lest
home-made molasses, John Humphry.
j DEPARTMENT 4, SECTION 1 HORSES.
(.'In .': itinIuftl HreJ Horses.
j Best stallion 4 years old and over, L
M. Broome, Idulia, $15; stalli m 3 years
: old mid under 4, Uackburn 4 Willett,
10 entire colt, 1 year old aud under
I two, J. S. Carr, Durham, $7.50; best
1 brood mare, over four years old, W. L.
Kennedy, Falling creek, 10 fitly 2 years
old and under four, Hackburn iV. Willett,
! 10; filly, 1 year old and under 2, J. S.
; Carr, $7.50; filly under 1 year old, J. S.
! Carr, 5.
Class 4- Henri Ca niii'jr JeaseS.
Best stallion. French coacher Tittis, 4
I vent's old, W. hi. Benninger, Walmitport,
i Pa., $15.
j Cl.iss ': llr.ii't Jl-rx-).
, Stallion, 4 years old and over, J. A.
; Jones, 10.
Class .- -ltn.nlster.
! Best stallion, 4 years old and over, L.
j M. Broome, Idalia, $10; stallion, 2 years
old and under 4, Jos. Kinsey, Craven
I county, 10; brood mare, 4 years old und
"over, Jos. Kinsey, $10; tilly, 1 year old
and timUr 2, Jos. Kinsey, $5; gelding, 4
j years old and over, J. S. Carr, $5.
Class 7; Matched Tenuis.
j Best matcheel team, light carriage
i horses not under 14J hands high, W. F.
j Cluss !: Thakeis.
Best Jack, 3 years old ar.d over, .las.
: A Bi van, $5; Ijaast Jack 2 years old and
l under 3, L. M. Broome. Idalia,
Class 10.- Mali.
Best horse mule 12 years old and under
.!, Jos. Kinsey, $5; beet horse mule 1
year old and uneler 2, 5; best mare mule
2 years old and under 3, Jos. Kinsev, $5;
best mule colt 1 year old and under 2,
Jos. Stevenson, $o.
(lass 1: Jfiisteii Fi tenia n .
W. M. Benninger. Walnutuort. Pa..
took the following premiums in this clas-: '
liest bull, 3 years old and over, ij.10; bull, i
Z years old and under 3, 5; bull, 1 year '
old and under 2, $3: cow, 3 years old and j
over, 10; heifer, '1 years old and under
3, ?o; he'ter, 1 year old and under 2, 3;
best herd, consisting of 1 bull, 3 or more
! cows or healer two years old or over, and
1 calf which shall have been dropped bv
one of the members of the herd and shall
iiave be n tired by the bull heading it.
1 J. S. Carr, Durham, took the following
n rrminms in this cla.ss- liest boll :t v.-nr
old and over, $10,- do., 1 year obi and
under 2. 3; heiler, 2 ve-ti-s o'ld and under
3. ft; do., 1 vear old and under 2, $3;
best herd, $10."
Best cow. 3 years old and over. W. F.
Cow. 3 years
Id aud OVi
Class 11: Uriah
W. F. Crockett took the folio wing pre
miums: ISest cow J years old and over,
5; heifer, 2 vears old and under 3, $5;
heifer, 1 year old ami under 2, $3.
T5et cow 3 years old and over, W. F.
Class 14: -Streepstahs.
Best bull dairy breed, J. S. Carr, Dur-
best bull, tef breed, W. M. ;
Walnutnort. Pa , $10- l-t
cow dairy breed, W
best cow beef breul.
I Class 15.
Fattest and lxst beef animal, W. M.
I Benninger. 85.
i Class W,: Jhiiry Coir's Test.
1st premium, J. S. Carr, Durham, N.
$25: 2d aud Md, W. M. Bennin-er,
Walnutporc, Pa , $15 and $10.
SECTION 3: SHEEI.
J. S. Carr, Durham, took the following
premiums; .Best ram 'i years old, ; be.-t
Pen- 3 ewtP- 2 Ve old, 5; best pen.
i ewes' 1 3'car old arid under 2, 3.
Cltss A: &atthJotrn.
W. M. Benninger took the following
preminms: Best tain, 2 years old. 5;
Ix-st ram lamb, $1; peu 2 ewes, 2 years
old and over, Sv, do., 1 year old and
under 2, $3; best 2 ewe lambs, $4.
( 'lass 5 ; Si vy ('; e.
I5est ram 2 years old and over. $5: best
p n 2 ewes 2 years old and over, $5; both
taken by J. S. Carr, Durham.
Class 12: -Sweepstakes.
Bst ram with live of his get, W. M.
Bccninger, $5; best flock, W. M. Ben
SECTION 5; SWINE.
Chss 1: fifishirr.
Best boar 2 veal's old nnd over. Hack
burn & Willett, $3; best lioar 1 year old
and under 2, Hackburn & Willett, 3:
best sow 2 years old and over. W. II.
Bray, $3; est sow, 1 year old and under
2, W. F. Crockett, 3;" best sow and six
pigs, W. F. Crockett, 3.
Class ,': J'olal China.
Best boar 1 year old and under 2. W.
II. Brav, 3: best sow, 1 vear old and I
under 2, W. H. Bray, 3.
Class 3: Dun-r Jersey. '
Best boar, 2 years old and over, J. S.
Carr, 3; best boar 1 year old and under
2, J. L. Ilahn. 3; Inst sow, 2 years old
and over, J. S. Carr, $3.
( 'lass V,: Essex.
The following premiums were taken by
J. S. Carr: best boar 2 years old and over,
$3, do , 1 year old and under 2, 3; sow
1 year old and under 2. 3.
Cliss 7: Sireeistitlts.
Best boar, any breed, aiy age, J. S.
Carr. Durham, on Essex, $2.50; best sow,
do., W. H. Bray, 2.50 on 7?eikshire
sow; best sow and pigs, W. F. Crockett
on Poland China, 2.50.
The foregoing stock was judged and
the awards made by F. A. Lovelock, an
expert judge of live stock, Salem. Va.
(Continued on page 3rd.;
NEWS IX BRIEF.
The Colorado Senate Thursday passed
a bill prohibiting capital punishment.
George W. Prince, of Galesburg, III,,
was Thursday nominated on th'j 1,476th
ballot by the Republican convention of
his district to succeed General Post in
The Presbyterians of Kinston will soon
begin work on a church, to be erected on
their lot on Independence street. The
church building is to cost about $1,200,
says the Free Press.
The Commonwealth, .if Virginia, has
rested its case in the train roblier trial at
Stafford Court House.
The six per cent interest net does not
go into effect until thirty days titter the
Louise Michael, the little Anarchist
agitator, has been very ill lor several
days in Londou. She is not expected to
The North Carolija Populo-Republi-can
Assembly has done a great deal
recently towards aiding the Democrats in
legaining control of the State. Let the
good work go on.
Over 400 Hebrew bakers composing
the complement of 120 shops in New
York, have struck for a reduction of
Dr. Hoadley, of New Haven, Conn ,
died suddenly at West Palm Beach, Fla ,
of heart disease. He was a memlier of
the Greely Relief Expedition.
Kastem capitalists have purchased
,.50O acres ot phosphate lands in Lew
county, Fla.. paying therefor 65,000
cash. A large mining plant will be es
tablished Dear Bronson. j
The Lighthouse Board gave notice that j
owing to the close of navigation in the
vicinity by ice, the light and fog signal at j
the station in Albemarle Sound, N. C. on i
the liar at tlie entrance to North river.
has been temporarily discontinued until
uie reopening ii navigation.
Dr. Hoadley, of New Haven, Conn
died suddeuly at West Palm Beaeh, Fla
Monday night of hpart disease. He
a member of the Greely expedition.
On the 2ath ult. tire greatly damaged
the city lull of Brooklyn. The loss is
estimated at 40,0o,. It is not believed
that the records were destroyed. The tire
originated on the tbinl floor.
The latest advices from Cuba eon firm
the reports of a general unris ng ol
patriots there. The movement is simul
taneous at seven different points on tin
island and the insurgents have
eight or ten interior towns.
The Brooklyn .fiaseball Club left New
York for Savannah, Ga. During their
sojourn in the South they will play six
games each with the Washington and
Pittsl.urg League team. Three of the
games will be played in Savannah and
three in Charleston.
Rev. Dr. Lyttleton F. Morgan, one of
the most prominent Methodist Ministers
in .Baltimore, elieel Thursday afternoem of
pneumonia, aged x2 years. He was re
ceived into the Baltimore Conference of
the Methodist Church when but nine
teen years of age.
The bond syndicate is turning over to
the sub-Treasury all sold received on
account of the subscriptions, which is
charged to syndicate account on the sub
Treasury anel gold receipts is.-ued there
for. The government will consequently
receive a much larger amount of gold
then the $6 o.OOO.Oi Ki.000 for which the
bonels were issued.
Ei'a Moses, a pretty young Jewess of
Atlanta anel Joe Lee. a chinaman were
married on the 20th, at the grooms 'laun
dry. None of the bride's family would
attend and no chinamen were present.
Joe Lee cut oil' his cm- two weeks ago and
since then his lellow countrymen have
The catch of mullets at Swansben'0
keeps gn at. From the Swansboro items
in the Jacksonville Times we take the
i follow 'mg: "Large catches of mullets are
i lieing made bv our fishermen; last week
I Capt. Jim Smith caught o0,00O at one
j bau1' Mr- ""'k-icy Odum and crew
; mrtdfi a b:iul on 1 "'.nan s Ismnd and landed
The celebration of the semi-centennial
'anniversary of Rev. Moses D. Hogcs' pas-
torate of tha second Pre-sbyterian church
1 of Richmond commenced on the night of
the 2bth. A banquet "t the Masonic j "by some mistake or otherwise carried
Temple was given and a public reception away a lew pieces of good.- without pay
attended by thousands, among vvhom was ing them." and added tnat if the
; the Governor anel his staff, a delegation goods were not returned an officer would
irom the soldiers Ilome and Cootederate
I organizations. Dr. Iloge was presented
with engrossed resolutions adopted by the
congregation of Beth Ahaba syngogue,
land a haudsotne silver berry bowl by the!
laeues til tlie Hollywood confederate
Memorial Association. Among the tele-
rr-am- rl' finnfrMltilotimi rnont vro. 1 wno nn-
from Cardinal (iibbons,
Quarter of a .Million Loss and Very
.4 iKHi-retio .Stump the aitse The
Free Pres Office Among the Hurnetl
ew Ilerne" Rrspiinnr t the Tail
For the fourth time within tbe last two
or three years Ne.v Berne has been eallei
upon to aid our sister town, Kinston, in
fighting flames that were consuming
petty in the town and willing response
has come i-aeh tune, though on two occasion--.
be!oiet1e v left the mes-age came
that tiny would not le required the
flames having been gotten under control.
But Thursday's fire was the worst the
town has ever known. A very large por
tion of the best business portion of the
city lies in ashes and the loss is net far
from a quarter of a million dollars.
The lii-t news iu New Berne about 1 lie
Kinston trouble was the lollowing tele
gram: Kinston. N: C, Feb. 2.
Mayor. New Berne, N. C :
Our town is burning up. Twenty-five
largest stores on lire. Fire raging. Come
w ith tire company quick.
J. W. Gummier.
Mayor Ellis wa-om ol the city driving
when the telegram came, but the I ire men
went immediately to work and were in
readiness to depot by the time he re
turned. Of course he gave ready per-
mission and the special train carrying town
pulled out just as quick as the incoming
mail and passenger reached the city so the
way would be cleat'.
The firemen took with them the quick
steamer Elijih Ellis of the Atlantic S. F.
E. Co. with its appa at us and also hose
from the New Berne S. F. E. and the
Fourth ward hose.
Their arrival in Kinston and wdiat hap
pened from tbe time the lire broke out
up to the latest news receive 1 is contained
in the lollowing telegram:
Special to The Jot rnai..
Klnston, N. C.., February 23.
About 4 o'clock this afternoon fire
broke out in Bryan Field's stables an 1
rapidly spread to the woo leu building in
the rear of Oettiuge: Bros, store and the
opeia house and tw o main business blocks
j of the town are iu ashes or smouldering
f'":.s, ineitKiing tile, stores ot
! )!l"s - N- n- '-"bin. Oettinger Bros.,
) l'ridgon cc Cox. Cana ly"s Hardware,
C. W. Crabtree, Abbott cv. Sumrell, Daw
son Bros., J. W. Collins. Loftin's Bank,
the bur-looms ol II. C. II irnsou and L. J.
Whaley and Wagner's beer bottling establishment-.
Hotel Tull, the Free Press
office, Dr. 'full's residence and office.
Residences- of S. Einstein, II. II. Wilson,
Sheriff Sutton, Dr. W. A. .J. Pollock.
A. J. Loftin. S. M. Sumrell ami W. II.
Brock's residence and stable-.
The flying sparks burned two or three
houses occupied by colored people in
another part of the town.
It is by far the severest fire ever in Kins
ton. The loss is fully $225,000 and the in
surance in the aggregate small.
The fire was under control by 0:30
Tiic New Berne Fire Department ar
rived here at 7:20 p. m. and is now throw
ing water on the smouldering ruins.
The origin ol the tire,is reported to have
I teen a cigarette stump carelessly thrown
by a boy in Bryan Fiekrs stables.
Loss E en Greater Than at First
Kinston s calamity was a leaiiu: one.
; Two i it ire blocks are completely wiped
l , CKMmr(.. allll flmc other l.uil.lings
burned besides in all sixty-six were de
stroyed and they are in the very heart
of the business part of the town, To re-
i abo the immen-ity and seriousness ot this
I rontfagr.it ion it must b- remembered that
Kinston has h -s than three thousand in
The contents of the buildings were al
most, as total a los- fls the bouses them
selves. Comparatively little was gatten
out, ami what was taken out was prinei-
j pally pile I in the strings, and thee the
goons cfiUgnt on niv ami were nurnea
owing to tbe rapidity with which the fire
. ii-e.. . , ... 1:
I '"Ple'V' V " r , ,'S ,
i tion that it is of very little value.
The loss is a crushing oue and the
afflicted people ol our sisvr city have tlie
sympathy of all.
Many of the burned buildings were
handsome and costly brick edifices.
Among the ruins are the bank, the new
opem house and the hotel.
Notwithstanding the extent of the dis
aster, Kinston's brave business nun will
rise to the occasion and rallying front their
trouble will bestir themselves and make
the burned district rise phieuix-liko f rom
its ashes aud become again a tl uirishing
Id-solutions ol l'hiinks.
The fit v council of Kinston held a meet-
,, ,,..,! i,,;. . . ,.
fO'ii,..;,- ii,,,.,!.-., t,, ii ,n o,,-l
assistance m the town s trouble and
sin ing ol giving assurance ot willingness
to recipiocato at any tune m anyway;
When the Kinston trouble wa- learned
our firemen were both leady and eager to
go, and not a moment was lost in getting
on the seeiiethat they could help and they
would be as ready to respond again, but
we hope the day is lar distant vvlif-n there
will be any need again in either ot the
nlacesfor as-isiance from the other.
nit; iAM4.t: si
10. OOO Waiifetl lor I.ibel ami Slantler
Against it Business l n .
li. Strauss and w ife. who conduct, the
Cosmopolitan hotel i.t Asheville, have in
stituted suit iu the Superior Court against
Thatl W. Thrash, a prominent young; bus
iness man. The complaint charges
slander and libel and teu thousand dollars
damages are asked on e ich couut.
It is alleged that Thrash sent Mrs.
Strauss a not.1 iu which he said she had :
bo sent for them and with a warrant lor
At Riverside Farm, near New Bcrue
N. C I ebruary 2Stli, lsita, Mr. Amos
! Willis, of Beaufort N. C. to Miss
Bonitz, of New Berne.
Rev. L. L
VFWS Altltll I
III Hie 4 il.v
ol F.Iiiis anO Vieiiii(..
in anil liiiell.v Tolil.
Spi in' has -Ma iv'u. d"
1 !li o.
The neiiio "irl Kmiiy
with incendiai iu wa-ve-terdav
dv Mav-.r Y.
'0111 mil le-1
i- ill de!
Kinstoti ha- l'ulh tlu-idcd
', a lire enjjinc. A eomaiittee i to come
down next wci k to look into the matter of
' )urcli:i-ing one from New Berne.
I ,- II. Ga-kin- of Air.oia and bit
daughter Stel'a win- in tue city Tlunslav
and visited the J nl'UNM. Mfice. They, e--peciallv
the br'iL'ht little girl, were i onsid-
craoiv interested in -e
.lorn n I, was made."
A 1 true nu'iil ier of ( nil' e'.ti.i attend
the Fair at New llenie last week: rill
seemed to be verv beddv li'ea-od. an I
exm-sed l he opinion that it was the b st
ir ever fel l in New Berne laeks-ai-
Tie- s hooia-r Meiv
undergoing big repai
from the West Indi
two new spars, i ew
booms, ( to. In t.iet s
almost anew. The s;
II. I ' ipl . I. Up! oil. 1 -
s since her return
rs. She is to have
wire rigging, new
ic w ill be rigge i-out
hooner Ella K. Ibli,
! C apt.
1 ) iv. i- also urdi
good specimen of home grow n be I
of the Hol-tcin breed can lie Men :it Mr.
f Cllas. E. Nelson's this momillg. s5l
j pounds was the dressed weight and the
I live weight about 1.500. Itwasraisid
I by Mr. George I Watson ol Like Land
I ing, Hyde county, and show- w hat can b
done. Mr. Nelson fi.nider the lloisleio
j a line breed f r b -el'.
In another column will he 1 jiind an ar
ticle tell ng of opposit on in Ma aclr.i
setts to Southern removal of nbii- and
claims that the t ilk is made by a lew. and
that there is no reason for removal a- the
factories ate making money. All right,
if money can be made by the factories in
Massachusetts, monev can be made bv
them in North Carolina, and the sooner
our people w. ike up to the net. and act
accordingly the bette r it will be.
Wnter l.(is(0(l Selioouer.
Special to Joi'KNA I..
Bkaukokt, N. C.. Feby. 2. The
Schooner Etta M. Hanoi' is a-hore near
Ocraeoke. She is hiinlien' laden.
The Bart jr became water-logged from a
hole iu her bow.
TIIK I. AT K.ST WASIIIXiTltX KWS.
Wilson l:tle Posl Muster iieneral
.Mntlers Relating to orlh Caro
linians. Special to Jot'iiNA L, )
Washington. D. (.'.. Feb. 2s - Win.
L. Wilson of Wet Virginia was loday
nominated Postmaster Genera! to succeed
Commodore Kirklaiul. V. S. N.. :
I t;ve 0f Ilillsboro, was piomo'ed to
The House refu-edjoi further
the Williams-Settle contest to
Settle holds the seat.
TIIK COXTRACT IS A W A RIIKO.
Ami the I'nblie Kuiltliu is to be Com
pletetl as Far as this 4'ontraet Covers,
in Xiuc Months Time.
Our New Berne public building seems
to be coming at last. The bids as we
told were opened on the 14th of February
and the contract has now besn made.
The contract for the
erection of the
buiidmg has been awarded to Grace &
Hvd. Chicago, Ili. Their biel was
The poition of the work for which
they contiurted is to be completed in nine
months time, so the beginning of the
work can be expected at an early day.
The building is greatly needeel and
there is no one who will not rejoice at it
Ol K OYSTER IMU STRY.
-Vet is rentl' N'eetletl lor its
lroleel lm ami level.meiil.
Wou'd it not be a good thing lor the
Faster, shore, it our present I gislatuie
would pei form an "Ac1." for the develop
ment i f the oyster industry :
It us d to bo '-inu-ic in the air' when
the wh-stle of the oyster canning factory
summoned the "shockers" to the Carnival.
and the slio.mi of living humanity, of all
ages, sixes, colors and conditions which
came pouring in. sometimes to ihe mini-
ber of over live hundred, gave an ap-
pearauee of activity and thrift ult rh was
good to behold, while the money carne I,
all tlie way irom nitv reins to a iioiiar.,t ,,,. J';ur Th";r till
and a halt a day, humd its way swiltly
and surelv into the tills of the n.eichauts,
and procured for the industrious workers,
such things in were necessary for the outer
and inner man.
....... v' "y
retuin ueie an i aooiu u-.- i ne piescin
Legislature mav have much todouhout it.
WHAT IS SAI l III' THi: I'AIK.
Kvtruet From I he Wnshiti);-! on Prog
ress. Another traml Snei-ess
That such a Fair as the last exhibition
of the Fast Carolina Fair could have been
held in the lace of such adverse' circum
stance as the remarkably bad weather a
extended oyer the w hole country made
was a matter of surprise to the home peo
ple and the disianL visitors also.
The weat her was so disadvantage ous that
, very mall? thought that the Fair could
not be held yet the cxhibil shown, In
I all deparlnietil- woubl have been a ciedit
! to miv
Fair. We ropv the followin"
from the Wasbaigion Progress, which
! irivp a fair idea ot ihe conooiMits tle.r
"-rl,e x,w ., ,10 .,,;,-. which ,
Monday the lih. ar:d (,!
on S iturdav
the 2 kl, was a grand -le ce-ss.
The exhibits were all good except the
oyster and lis'u exhibit, tbecold tat her
preventing a uood ii.sortmtnt in this
There were good attend, m. es on Wi li
nes lay, Thursday and Friday. Th..
racing w as a little he ivy n Tiie-iiav ami
Weelneaday. but wa - in good eon. I ,ii, ,n on
Thuisiliy and reamine.l g I tl,,- I. dance
e,f the lime.
The ba'ioon nseensions were the line-t
that was ever seen.
The poultry eh bit w,i the liiii-L that
has even I ecu seen in thi- Slate.
The f iiicy work attracted the ladies ;,n,l
was good; and in fa t all conn
full e xpectation of a' I.
up to th
This tail' has seoieil another grand siie-ces-.
except in a tin am i d way an 1 we
hope that this will foot up a --ueress.
It is thought that t he weather pieveii
ted as large attend , nee as usual. The
Governor was delaiucd in Baleigli on olli
cial business and fence could not atleml,
Mr. Jas. A. Brvan made the formal opeii-
mg addn ss and his remarks
timed and appropriate.
Space and the late hour of .
borne prevents u- Irom giving
we:e w eil
ill' let il lit
lo and as
: write-up as we would wish to
the fair merit
The marshals' ball on Fildav evening
was a grand affair and was led by Chief
Marshal Milan Howard."
s i tn: si m i iiii I ic i. ii I. it.
He i:xirel at 'J:a.i 4.11 tlie loi-iiinc ot
the 'T I h - I a I, 11 l If is Home in
OiisIoh i iinnl.t lor I it I r rim' 11 i .
l ite Senat..
e 1 11
'I li M
1 1 i n r .
A I -
ne 1. 11-iy
da-d theiv at
Wi t .ken tin
ne i In v to his li
( )nsiow county tor interim nt
Franck was Senal- r ..f lb: . P .
-e'ratoiial di-iia I. with ic- p..-t..
Kiohlaiid-. ( in-low e.mii'y. N. i '.
He was horn Au:u-t "ith. 1-"
at!' nded -i In a! at the acade i
lands -md afbf nie- .r,
the rnivei-iiv of Noiih ( 'ar. .I'.na.
returi-ed home uel lugaa f.iraiing, w!
1 b" b i- si nee foi lowei 1. He w !- inniTie
1 M iss " i ,-ginj i ,im- S i ndci 1 ei en Dieen
beh. i.si. i;:(.c-i in omiIi-
io ar I -
h w as I. U a widi we: .
M . Frail' k rve 1 a- , v ,u,
-i' nic r. and ii.s- ,1' i 1 e ., . ,, ,. ,
.ppoii,'. d b. !.. I. o - - .; . I -o,'
a coiniiitl(. ni llir.-i . :.- a o :.u !.i
linn i e committee-, to and, t Mid land
de'.t of the i unity. He w , h c ted !
Legislature :s a D-n r.it in Is-.m.
joined the Pi .pu'i-t p-- rty in ''' jo
tl eninated bv it for the II and
defeated. He was ,.'ected 1 , .,
ill is'al iio-n-thc eaglil il -lr.. :. A:
present se i ni ol the 1 .":;;-! d u r. I .
cle.ted Pre-ideii! protein o" the a
Mr. Franck wa- a nu-ml
Mithodi-t cbnr. li. a g o I ! o a
honorable nun in his tr-m- .eti
iii rr itvt i, iiv
w i: I ii I it.
Case Wliere Kxliiliil. :iml I1.
Were Kepi Knelt l llle Itml ! I
anl Yet (here it 4. real lixliibit
iu nil len r I men Is.
.Mr-. Mism I rice, wh
from the -ily on lb
live.- 1 1
Ncuse river w is in the ( it v
Mrs. p.iee had a g-.o 1 ',
lip lor exhibition at lie- F
lit -I I" W :
!1 : i s i o a :
others in her neighborho
cr. Among the article
carp -t of her own w
In l bs from t In- g ml u
She te'is ii- ai-o ol line
litt'e six year old girl
her neighborhood vvha
k 11 1 1 1 i U
l. -l--. el,
a ork by
prais - ;
the login s terms.
Mrs. Price has never, nnti
failed to have good exhibit
at il and
I ! he I';: -t
I -I veo
never I dled to take premium
! piennunis amounting to s-soilai
Fair ever held and at tie- Fair of
. waui the 5 00 piemiiim for tie-
and 2 50 for lur knitting work.
j These cus s are only sampli -can
be foun I on everv side. And
a w lie t '
u It u i a 1 '
Iv lin e
; men; -
j 1' air had tin- large-t and b st ngrieu
j exhibit it lias ever had and an n 1
w as show n in some other . I - oa
: al.-o. Wln.t would the Fair- haw
No doubt Mr-. P
!.kc lit r, invoh.ntaril
this time x' 1 1 1 b all
. an I 1 Uo-c v. no, I
ini-s,. 1 the Fair ,
more eager f..r :
the next, both to a'.ten I and to exhib't.
Forward is tlie word and let everybody
even now turn their thoughts towatds the
next e.xhibi :ion with the determination to
make it the grande-t ever in Ihe State '
anil let every one do wnat he e hi lio n
now i ill then to make it so.
Illicit Distiller Arresteil
Nicholas 11. Collins, from near Mavs
villc w as arre-ted and brought to New
Berne on the 27th, nit., for illicit dis
tillery. The case was worked up bv Deputy
Collector W. T. Calm. The place whe-ie
I he had been distilling, was lound about a
half mile from his hon-e but !ie had moved
the distillery. A portion of it was found at
his dwelling, also a small quantity of whi--
key and some bottle
i'john. and a jugj and dem-
The prisoner will have hearing before
V. S. commissioner Hill Saturday.
First I'ie-nie ol the Season.
Pic nics have li -gun early this
Flic first of
lav and was
the season was held
chaperone 1 by Mr.
i K. Shiver.
, The party of young Indie
men sailed across the Noiim
! Fi rry and look dinner in re
-hie. with the addition ol a
: coll', e made on the spot.
I n the afierno in a lii w a
! the river and the return madi
: In the patty were three :
; ladies, Misses l.ueetia Coin 1
i I ' 1 1 g y o 1 1 : 1
an I M uir
; Grnv, of Winston, and Ml-s M lf
j of .Minneapolis,
llaekbnrn A W'lllelfs lAliil.it.
j Me-sis. Hackburn A: Willed made
: splendid exhibit s iusiver il if pa 1 1 mi nt -
r thro.- veil
I ). a'
ill I i
v by Norval who-c r.-and i- -.-
also their slaliion r-1 1 by St lan
took lir-t premiums. Thev u'--line
Hol-toiii and Jersey entile
lit in the :io rieul I n ro 1 .h -
pai'tmout was an immense one and hotnl
l 'Ot 1 i lie-Id and truck crops from the wide
ly known Oaks farm mi Ii a- 'educe.
spinach, winter Cabltage, cabbage plant-,
i ruta bag is. e lover sod. ha Yd biv. ilmei
and millet, Iri-li and sweet tni!,i!
beans, peas. ( te.. in ai i, tic-. Th a!-o
had an exhibit nl'invil -'ores. Tin ir
f-oinbined exhibit- made one ,,! i h I
i displays from any one linn that wa- on
I the ground-..
ruck. Not lalstiitl.
i Ta the leading editorial ol ii- i
' l2iith. instant, our neighb-ni'-. the V:I
I ton Me-sanger, pu's in the mouth :
i Falsiaff the well know n ex. l .u.nii
1 1 1
Puck. ''Lord, what fools ih
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.potation i ecu i -l.-iunnier
1 Ir. am.
liill Against l.ia.l-It.a l I
Tile bill ill the l.egi-lal 1 1 1 -boarding
hou-es k.-i p.-i- a
be .Is inaki s a ;l mis 1 ( i 1 1 ( - ..uoi
mist 0. ad
big-age before paying ::
lodging, and nr.ki- -u h act
fane evidence of Iran. I. Tm- b
Mr. Kwart stale 1 iu tii 1
Noith C.u-ol in i i- new t be i ni
which 'audi, e .1- are n- ; p; . ,: e
On t In- I'l-ii.-U r.-irin-,.
M.is. Hackburn .V Wiiieit
to tivik.i daily -Inpniftits of 1 . i o i. e
spinach to the north. I'll 1110! b I I - j,,,,:
an- working a lull I. r, , on ih.-.r o,,!,'.
Farm, planting pn'al-n p'.. ng end
hoeing cibbagc. ip. piling gr., 1
spring planting, .x: . flew h ,. i; , .
and 120 hands at work.
What is going on at this farm Isa -p. i i
men of what is in pi-ogre--, on oihc.s.
The time for active work on the truck
farms is here.
A I!-!.!' ini:iii lOutti.
s it unlay. ic. . iieci he I'.iru v.,,n i,f.
nine pi e,ni u 1 1 is. i g
Pro'. Kmorv. of the st n- An u : m d
t 'ollege. eon. !u lo 1 lit. da i i y ! . -1 n p ni t
grounds in tlie pie-cnce ol tne a i i n : .1. 1 1 NOKTI1
in nil itli.l' Mil tin- j. r-ey I Ir, I I ro n ,
I lee Hi, , eh.... le ... lie- !!' ... ' I'll. I,..,. , ie .1
-s " ... ,j ( ; ,
pli.el alld -sJo.UOO ,, p,.,. ,,M ' (
showed I.V. 1 s, I i u l'i I' I 1 ' I,!,.. C
Rib N. us .md Hb-erw l. ' ' '''
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FAIR - DEALING
CAN WITHSTAND 01 K
STEADY 5 FIRE,
0L li AMMl'MTIOX IS
-I M H WH H1 II I -
They Retreat More it, aiCpe
A chance to Reap the
B cue (it.
-oi oi mm io-
AM) SI-IK F(i. .01 K'SKI.VKS
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47 and 49 Potlock St.
A la rge lot ,.: i ew
II A MS;
Iso agent f,r .-lic-t
.Mold rn... Tri-
x Snnlf a sjiec-
- will do well to
a line, as 1 guar-
. le a per lor 1 he
u the tot v. My
1 "i monev rc
" in 1 1 - I
li 11-1. -.i.
NO. 77 BllOAD ST.
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