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$1.00 Per Year INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. Single Copies, 5 Cents.
VOL. XVIII. NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C MARCH 1895. NO. 1
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k- . VO. v S SS 1 -X-VV CsOig - C - -
tTY yo.arV obxirvmtton of
million, of pgron, permit
It st nnqng.tiona.'bly th txt wmedy for Infant, aai Child-sen
tlf world ha. vtr kmyyiiIt 1 hrmIgfcChAldrin llie It. It
g them health. It will m-ra their live.. In It Mother, have
etethiay which 1. eh.olately ml and practically perfect a. a
Catorla drli-uy Worm.
Cartoria allay. Fe-rerlahe.a,
Caatoria prevent, vomiting Soor C-nrd.
Caateria enre. Diarrho3a and Wind Colic.
Caatorla relieve. Teething Trenhlea.
Caatoria onre. Contipation and FlatnlencT.
Caatoria nxntraliae. the effecta of carhonio acid ga or poiaonona air.
Caatoria doea not contain morphine, opium, or other-narcotic property.
Caator in aeatwrtlatea the food, regnlate. the .tomaca and howela,
ytvtng healthy and natnral aleen.
Cajteria la pnt np In one-alae hottlea only. It sU not aold In hnlk.
Pont allow any one to aall yon anything elae on the plea or promise
jjj"Jt a. good " and "will anawer every parpoae."
See that yen ret OA-S-T-O-R-I-A .
Children Cry for
PET STOCK YARDS,
for their immense cat
alogue to be issued this
month. It costs only a
EG(iS FOR HATCHING
-Sp:j& Fricss ea Fowls.
F. E. HKCiE ct CO-,
NEW BERNE, - N. C.
7 JIO Jm
Fine Carrinea, liit;ji&s ard Tuinii and
Ten3 lor hire at reason. d 'it rales.
Besl attention to ' ardi'o; h' t-t -.
Horsi-s and Uu'ies .n s..ic l-r c.i.-u or
South Front Street, Ne-v B- me, N. C.
Opposite ( :-to.i !' )Use.
Farming Implements ,
1 have a Hiuited -upoly of Coit ui (iu
ano that I will m
A TON FOR A Fori: IH'N-r
DIEJ mi'XD HALE OF
The cotton to be delivi r'i! on or Lea re
November l--. 1 ?'.'".
Also a full line of T:u k Fertiiiiwr
K't'isit. Aei !. I'll. :i .'e. ee.. . n hand
and for sal- o.j n,.-- n i' I t nn-.
Jy-S-.-e me ief'ie . u i.j ,.
J. C. Whitty.
Dr. E. C West's Hfie and Brain Treatment
ft w!palteT poitle wnlten trv-arnte. by avuh- r
Ue a9tlia only, to cure WVaSc MeTnory; Letfn of
Braio and KerTe l ower: Lot ..tir.hi-Hxl: Quii-tnes-:
IXIItht Loaxes; Evil 3ran;: las k cf C..ntti!.aoe:
KarTousne-; Ti-'-itc.le: at: Dran;.--; I.,i of Fewer
at tha Generative Crar.. iu eith r .-'-x. cau-f.1 by
ow-rtioli: VoatHfal Errors, or Exe--lve t'-e of
TotMfeo, Opium or Liquor, which lea.l to
Miaer, Crastunptiim, Its-amtj- nd Death. By mail.
11 box; 6 for $d; wiih written iraf.rait to cure or
rvftmd morjey. WrsT's ctn-l.rll'cVKt P. .vcfrt.e,a
MTw tat CoukSu, tsoi.'s, A-thtim, Broncllli, Cnnr.
tKbmptaff CoueS. 8or Threat. Pieanant totaA.
9Txtt da dl9contiiiTil : o.d. S siz. maw 2r-. ; old
V.fKa,BJo. UU'UtAaKES issued only by
F, S Duffy, Solo
Berne, N. V
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Catorjjtwlth the ptrongo of
n t ipak of It without
ia on every
I looked and saw a splendid piuieantry
Ol Ltaut ful women and of lordly men.
Takin' the i r pleasure in a fi werv
here p"ppies and the red anemone,
And many another leuf f f cr.nuoisy,
Fiiekend ntut their feet and gave their
To be Is ol' iron or satin, and the prain
Of silken gmnents, floating far imd
As ir. the dance they wove themselves, or
By twos together, or lightly smiled and
Or curts-ved to each other, or else plav
At games of mirth and pastime, una
traid In their delight; and all so high and
They sitiDed scarce of the earth whereon
they tro l.
I looked again nnd saw that flowery
S(in"ing. os it alive, beneath the tread
That r sied now upon an old n-an's
And in. w upon a faby's yr.ijping fine.
Or mother's basoin, or the roundel grace
Of a sirl's throat: and what bad seerned
t be red
Of flowers was blood, in gouts and
From heaats Lhut broke undi r that frolic
And now and then from out the dreadtul
An arm or brow was lifted from the
As if to strike in madness, or imp'ore
For mercv; anl aeon some suftering
Llearcd from the miss and sank; and as
The revelers above them thronged and
William Pean IIowclls in Harper's
And a single application of CUTI
CURA, the great skin cure, v.i'.!
aitoid instant relief, permit rest
and sleep, and point to a speedy,
economical, and permanent cure of
the most distressing; ot itching",
turning, bleedinc, scaly, and crusted
skin and scalp diseases, after phy
sicians, hospitals, and all else fail.
Exert a peculiar, purifying action
on the skin, and through it upon
the blood. In the treatment of
di-tressine httinor the v are specdv,
permanent, and economical, and in
their action are pure, sweet, gentle,
and effective. Mothers and chil
dren are their wannest friends.
Sold ehroe.cHoeit rhr wt..
CllHM Cohr-. .-.i Pi;,
.hoist Biby"s -M.i, -ai,
t. F otter Duct, ind
- . I', --.an -A.I
:-g Hi.r," nvace. 'art.
If tl reel , Och I nff , nei-A-oo. moCli
cra Lnf l ,e ra-aVrt, tircr.c'.H, aaj
. i- r yiniui n i.u,,iui.i i Mi,-r, iney
I Z" yg, wau'.j nrvcr U; vir.hout tlicjii. Ia
" v cver-y av ehc iwfc'e anil bst.
... .. ... -
K'r .nn i '- 3-J-biy to.it-. -ailing
' i 4. v ;i. . g : t. r-
1I.1RI, Hague. Se-i v Ve-nillgen,
Antw i rp. lii u-s is. Par:.-,
Veisaid, .-. I. -in. Ion. Y'ork,
Edinbir-gh and (.iiasgow.
Ail expc n-es pa-J 25 oilier
tou's. Send for -'Claik's
W V. VAN WK K1.K.
I Pn. ave . Wasliinirtim IvC
In wrluni; enclose t ! 1 1 s mlv.
LADIES d i"ou know
DR. FELIX LE BRUN'8
STEEL Hi PEIYBOYBL PILLS
are tbe pyigstaal and only FRENCH, safe and re
liable car on the market. Price $1.00; sent bj ,
iPAilr Genuine sold only by
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist, and
t ncxceileet for uce in schools anil Colleges.
3i-n,l lor ilai-trateil cataloijiie. I- eler, i,v per
mi Kinn. to Mis., c. . V. llai a i'. l.Vi; M.'nvp.,
Wa.-liiiigtoii. 11. ( ,, w ho lia- used one ot our
Piano- to,- 1-2 yearn.
In or. lei ins inc!oethi3 ft' 1 veri isenn-iu .
Addicss, I-. G. SMITH.
1225 Pa. ave., N. W.
ujmrlltf Washim.ton, 1). C.
WARM '" .
FROM THl: ATIO.AI. CAPITAL.
A IH.IIiijciiiolie.l VUUor-SciiHlor Ran.
.m hikI John K. Horri il llie White
HniKf-A Joke on Kniioom.
W ASHiNfrroN. 1). I'.. Mii'fii 2 Kli.
(ieneral W(le 1 lan-. -t..n h -nv i n
Fin tfltrVi lie f:ere It Vi!i ! I In- iMK't i 1
H'Hi. W'liail 'M iliein loi in.' mk-. F.'i
rmiti' In- .'. -i;ik :il lii nl' i:n ii.. . N. ( '.
t'il. Wli ;r:mi ( I ii i ii -1 I very
untly ri mi ml' i'l lu r- w Ik ro lie a
mo-t I'Opui ii- 1 1 1 r nr hi- '. 'iniuiv-siniiiil
term. in nienihiT t' i ik deli irnsioii
u iLiileil uiorr ii lliunci.- '.Ikiii (".!. (inn.
Mr-. !ii-n ; 1 1 . Us nanv si ii n lc Incinls
ii iv. A ili-iinui-h-.il N"i;h ( 'nnmir'H
ii I t in,.- e'er ':y : "We m:-4li; to be
vor i iii'il a; Hi ,"iil tin- I'li'-nnirl Liir
i, M ile eyiUi n. Tli'- sl ii, ,- I, i'liii in
;.i, I onl in H roiiln en'!:il wiiv, ami -he
"ilht t,, -i n I the I , -I
r.'pii -ent her litre tor
have lelt the iu-eess.lv
1 1 111;'.
I 1 1 reft ' e in1! I
- llllt'T Rl'l-
U, v;. ,.
Y. -t- r.i '
: ;:. m :
- Ill lo see M
oin ! ie;U loi - m!1 i'ivi'
i i iii nee ' o t IV lis lii ik 1
b I evn I . r.iilemuhi a-ul
''"'!'! -in ! orsWil
, I .. , i ii r ,: K.n.
pveiand in the in U rest of
1 trip id oi'-Mr. Mm ri- ho uiuit
i Mr. Morris told M '. t'level.in.l a
Mi r.-;er Ii insnni in ih: j
Cabinet Otlieirs and Cli
Ii.li made the ne .v Mini
a a- il'i.n l ill- old d irk i v
iill . our.: v w in', w hrn In
I - d r t had iini oiiii.-d I i
1 11 III
lee of the
heard tint t lie
em in! K 'ii, in
i ii an d :
t ui "ml Raii
.'p (iin'ral erot
I'hev n v inakiii
'-' 'ateard he'll
-e knowd de
: Irs invsviit
p. - lion i m I
1 V Pre-ntent
-on) a minister. I'.-e i'!ad
i i b. bill I que lion- de p
h:ni a pre ieh. r. In fan' 1
- n d ihe Cc ehiiH h. I
(iiu'iiil longer' n Mr. Cleveland h
kno.v- iii- a bad appintment "
Mr Clevela'id lujhed Inariih
eril ei-ni i f hi; ottieial "eiioa.
, and I
.N tHK !' BRIEF.
. Di i n
lernn u a;
Brawn, oovpi nor of the
fai been i.rd lined as a
Hap:i-t minist. r.
liround wa- l r. .ken in Charlotte. Mon
day, f.i the Trcshy tei iati Orphanage.
Mr. H. 1!. Aiex-.in ler not only gave the
lot to the 1'rcsbyU rinn churches ot the
city, but will build the orp'minaoe him.
self. It will be a building ot ten rooms.
The Norfolk & Southern Rabo.id
Company has die'ared u quarterly divi
dend of one per cent., payable Apiil 1.
For the second we- k ot M.in h. the Com
pany earned, gr, .;, li9S; increase
A negro woman named Harriet Taylor
was ha: g. d hy a mob near 1'etersburg,
LiDcln couMly. 1'enn , Wedrjes.lay ni.hi.
he was r.ccu-e I ot' burning a hoint be
longini: to a Mr. Ilyles-, a few months ago.
Fred DuiiL'biss "i-eform" c.--ts four
cems on the S1O0 more tl an Democratic
Official fid vices from Havana state that
the insurgents n Coble are- much de
pressed owing lo the lack of funds and
men lo cairy on the revolution.
Nothing has been accomplished townrel
the settlement of the lab r troubles at New
Orleans, and colored nun continu lo
loud vessels under military guard.
Itoanok-. V i , wa- g.vrn another tom b
ol winter U Klne-' lav. A regular blizzard
laaed during the lorenoon, and snow con
tinued to fall i.ll the afternoon and even
ing. Ralph Wilkes, wi'h a record of 2.06J,
the fastest horse in New England, (lied at
the Maph hurst Farm, in South lmcas'er.
Mass., alter an illness of le.-s than twelve
The Durham Sun tells of a colored wo
man being arrested and j died for stealing
from another colored woman an obi,
worn-out garment of about cne cent's
value ami says that the case will cost the
tax pnyeis of the county S-k).
The North Carolina fusion, reform"
legislature voted down an amendment to
a proposed election law providing that
the mauageis of the i lection shall be mm
ot good mol d elurncttr. There's reform
lor you. -Danville Register.
The New York and Fioi'ida sjtecial
over the I'laiit system a in I Atlantic Coast
Line will slurtin its sche lule going
North two hours alter this week, leaving
Jacksonville nt 12:25 p. m. and arriving
iv. New York at 5:lM the next afternoon.
Tha Secreta.y t S:ate is advi-ed y the
diplomatic iepi a sentati ve of the Cnited
Stites in the City of Mexico 'hat between
s ven and tinht hundre t negro f.miilios
have recently arrived from the I'niud
St iti - at Iiahualda. Iur. ngo, Mexico,
as toloin-ts under a Feeleral concession
giantel to W. II. Ellis, an Ameriean citi
zen. l'ei-traster Lin.-'ev of Sioux Falls, S.
I) . has been loea'el as one et lb- heirs
to a f utur.e o' S2(a0.nn0 left by a cousin, j
who died in Kentucky -ouv; time ago.;
The discovery w i- the resibt of publicity!
given the p-'-turns er ly ihe liitter tight!
wlrcli has hern male against his Cuntir- 1
u.a'ii n by enator I'ef.i-reu . 1
At the instance of Mr. H. A. Da bu gue, i
Dr. L. 1'. IV-ranpre and Dr. 1'. EcciiettJ
of Fall Uiver. M.iss.. and Judge Clio-
qm te. of Providence. Mgr.; Salolli, the:
I'apal ablegate, has l.-sued a deci-ee tt-m- j
p.'i-aiily sus)endinL.r the edict ot Pojie j
I. co relating to Catholic: nieinhcrship in j
the Knighis :f 1'hythin.s.
Secietary (iressliam has if ceive-l a uole
from Ser or Muruaguj, the Spanisli Mir-i
asking that :ose wntrh be kept (in
a lot of aim- st
Fei i aaalina, 1 'la.
backed up ne.r
ftva: s the a i ins
red iii a warehouse, al
A freight car has been I
I he vv areliou-e ami lie
n av be sent to Cuban '
rebe.s. rhe-e arms, it is s.dd, was in-;
te; de i for the Lagotieia or Amaelis. the
tivo ve-se-ls rec'iuly suspected ol intend-j
ing to land arm.- in v"eibn.
Ti 0 ong anil st u! boiTi tight between .
;he (V. il Serv ice Coir.miss ion and Post-,
ina-ii-r W ai fleiel, ot Bali i more, ove-r ihe'
IVJiiovals and app,.inMm-n:j. made b- the!
po- n.a-ter in ins oftn e.
comm. --i. ai to have lieen
i- i!;- I by Attorney Gene
vv a- ca'!t"d up' n 'or an
iW. lb ilei-ieled that tl
c laimed by i he
illegal. Ins beer,
ml ( )h ey w bo
opinion m the
e removals anil
appo'e imei.t- mule by Mr.
A spec-i.il to the At'aid
Wai field wa re
trom Hutherlordtow n, N. t '..
s v. ii' y-live colhge boys went i
Wedn.s iay to meet a prei e-sor
returning When he st. ppc-i
' t he trait
If tiie Uits
give the old rel'fl ye. I
Depevv, who was, on the
the boys vveie idle-ring bill),
cu" on ihe p'a tor .11 ai d 111 d,
po',i led spee'-h. 'flu- iron
and Dr. 1). pew in ver saw the
lie s rpxil ,
tne I nvs a,
w tvfn Twibr w.iq siei.-. -n-- (-.ive herC'atnrta.
V"hen sin- vva.s a e'liii.l, s!ie crie.1 for Cascotna.
NVla-n shi- ! -ame Miss, -he elist, to Oa-toria.
When tg.. had e'lii'.J.-eu, she -ao-iVm Caatori.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The Conle.lerate DeetUof Thirty YrarM
Ak W hich II ommeii.ornf-Be
lInntlonie( in the Sonlb i
I IInnlton the OraLor.
J Jav by iliiv, in swuii, wild Mo'.ver- f,nh
Krmn the old:.bor sjic-.-ial of the '20th s fail ami new ones bud nnd hloom. i ml
to the Xews
I (bserver nvin" nn ae- I
I b-erver giving nn e
Uiiiir on that day of the
eon nt ot the ii n v
nt lion ton.-vi lie
we take the follow ir.a :
Thirty year- aiM yeslc nl;i v t here lay
dead ii'id dvi:K', on the field at Ilentons
illp, m ar tni- iity. whii h was fought
the day before lietwfen the lift winu ol '
Sherman"- army ami the reinuunt offv
t i m nil .To'j .lohnson's iiaJluut troops,
H-ver.i't huiKlreJ of the. imnjoi'tul berees
ot the (;ray. Among the dead was the;
vour.j - n r-t iienera) llnrdcc who saw j
his lirst -erviee in that fmlit. having I
ifached the eoiiiniaDd of (ieneral Ilump- I
ton, to whiih he luel lx-e:i a-siirnpil on j
enli-tin. on'iv tun liours before the I
"'J'iiis information "was received from i
(ieneiiti IIami)t..n ypienlav. who was
prt-eiit -it thi- nieiimraU e battle.
"ilipnnan's route. 1 tVures were driven
for refuge into tins c'rlv, while Johnston
made only a feint at following them, j
drawing off his troops in the opposite i
direction toward (ireetn-boro. hoping to I
join and reinforce Gen. Iee in Virginia,
but bu was cut off bv superior numbeis
of thu pdpiiiv, and smueiiciered near Dur
ham. N. C
"To-day. tliii tv yen r after the chivairic
spu'it of the. South that never dies nor
forgets. made itsulT aiunife&t on ihe
sitmp field by unveiling ttieic a Ivsiutilnl
shaft of imperishable marble deeply im
liedded in the earth that oMs the sacred
du-t of th deathless hereess whose fame
it eon-,memnrats, and xsintiug heaven
ward whence their immortal spirits have
tl a ij, and telling to the je.sing gener
ation "till the last syllable of recorded
lime,'' that the Southern poopie honor
the heroes, of the Gray and the cause tar
which they went to battle und to death,
"The moc-uineot was unveiled about 10
o'clock tbis morning under the ui-pice
ot the tioldisboro Kitles, and General
Wade Hampton was the orator of the
''The (ioldsboro Kifles, Captain T. II.
Bain commander, were pi- seut witlt Iheir
two spiemlid batteries and in uniform
of gray, together with thirteeu young
laelits ot this city, representing tlie SSuii.tij
ern States, in military dress, who wtae
an especial escort oi Honor totre'neral
Ilanijitwu. and who unveileii the mornj
meiit, which is of white burnished mar
ble, appropriately iuscribecl. of broad
slanting octagon base, bearing the names
of 360 of thos who died on the field,
and standing fifteen feet high, with a
marble cannon ball cap.
"The General's address w as one of the
finest of all the war orations, in spleodid
spiiit, true to the Sou.h. true to history,
tine to the et-a I and jus: to the living,
without rec-iMiir.a'ion. His tribute to
the women of the South was sublime.
His pledge of the South's lenity to the res
tered I nion should biiug ihe blush of
shame to her nialignens everywhere. It
was eloquent, it was able, it wi lull of
pathos and feeling, it thrilled with in
spiration aid fire.
THE MOStM ENT AND srKROU'MHI SCIS.
From tlx- account iu the. G oldslioro
Argus we Lake ihe following:
The Goidsboro Kifles are ever in tlie
foiefront they were iu war. thev have
been Hgressdve in peace; and so they had
taken lime by the torelock and ljetaken
themselves in full ranks, in uniform of
gr-jy. artillery, batteries, orator, escort of
young Indies, veterans and alL, to the
fiehl of action" the day before, where
hundreds of visitors from the surrounding
country had gathered for the b illowed
occasion; consequently, although the lay
of the juveiling opened vvitu a hevy
down-pour of rain, everything was in pei
fect readiness lor tlie unveihu-7, and the
unveiling came oil"; and but tor th1;
weather it is estiauited that five tWousand
sjttcLitors would have witnessed. Cle sceue
aud listened to the splendid omtioa of
General Hampton, who saw libs last ser
vice: in arms ..u that field.
The services opened with fervent and
pathetic prayer by Kev. J. W. Hirper, of
Kin-tou, a son of Mr. and Mrss. JkjIui
Harper, who as a young lad was an eve
witce-s of the gruat battle and w ho aiooell
his venerable pan-nts in ministering lo (the
wounded and dy ing that were cared for
in their home fifty-six in all. thirty
three of whom were nursed back to lite
and hea'.th agisiD.
Altev the prayer our townsman Dr. YV
II. IL Cobb, w ho saw service all through
the w.ir, aud was, atone time Cairta'm F
the Goidsboro l.tiflos, of w hich be is stiil
an honorary uicmbcr, in terse but tlo-
quetit terms. Inu'oduced General Hamp
ton who was received with round ajier
round of applaiese.
The thirteen young 1 ulie-s representing
the Southern. States, who in military
dress, as an especial escort ot honor, to
gether witlL i ne committee of veterans,
accompanied General Hampton to Ben-ton-sville
on Tuesday, unveiled the monu
ment, which bejrs on the four sides ot its
main sha.fr. respectively, the following
In Memory of
THE CONFEDERATE DEAD,
Erected under the auspices of
Th-i Goidsboro Uiftes,
March 20, 1895.
'Nor shall you l.e forgot
While lame her reconl k tey.
Or Honor points the hallowed sp-t.
Where valor proudly sleeps."
s -pot and In this vicinity
lit the battle of BenlonsYillev
March 19, 18n..
Twenty-three of those '.urieil here had'
their last hours sootheel by the
loving care of John Harper
and his noble wife. Amy A. Harper.
DESCRIPTION OF THE MOSl'WEXT.
Tlie monument is of white marble. 15
i"ce; high, with a burnished marole cun
tion ball cap. It has an octagonal slam ing
' .use. also of bin n L-he-d niarble, on wbiC'i
are inscribea toe mimes und commands
ot those w ho died in the Harner house.
f toopiber with other names as couid be
'lol.iaued ol these buried there who fell
on the field. I'here are 301 in all, and
tlie remains i f most, of them weie gather
ed together from their burial places nn
the rie'd, now a w.Lierness ()f pines, by
the memliers c f the G-olelslioro Rifles with
thed own bunds, en 1 reverently buried in
the square marked by t lie monument,
generously donated by Mr. Harper, lor
The m nuaient is from the Gddshoio
marble 3 ard of Mr. D. A. Grantham, and
is said to be the most, uu que and one of
tiie handsomest monuments iu the South.
And so is that other monument, also elec
ted by the Goidsboro Kines, that marks
Confederate Square' in the cemetery ol
tins citv, sunnounded bv a life-sized cast
i ii f a Oiirifwl.-ritp sold ipr
' Such i-the work, in brief, that the Golds -
' Tjifl..!! i,..,-,. d..no in rit mar rt..o.idp
hu thpir own
i efforts, to the Confederate dead, besides
i contributing generously to like nionu-
' n,ont. uicomimm ,n n,o soia n.i (hrnn .il
i the South. And in this work too much
I onimander of the Rifles. Capt. T
Bain, and this testimonial to his wrth
lverV menilier of tlie coni'iui wiil chrov-
; Hut to letHiri lo Use Jieninn-vi.ie u.ni!-
ninent, stanilinix u sileal sentinel to the
Tolling veins, in that fur remote spot;
.-kirti d bv i-silile woixls. where valor was
vnnjruLsbcri a'one by death. it is a sstudv
1,ir .1 poet! llien-ls noiUinj,' t) brink
i-t silenrp. not hir.tr. linleSi it Ik;
the wlnst niir o hnjipv lnn.s or the
i Tou.e ol pa--iriL.r -tonn-. or the soiiulnni,'
j Kit' the pirn . H is i li.msieles-i r s i e t I : -
sunlight give- pluce to the shmlow of
the woo Is at eventide, 'that sweep with
tlir sub'e skirts" the hallowexl gravis ot
tbe dead heroe-. while the wiml
t((iuh the soii'ibirii; bows sjpjr p'cmul
rnjiueiii to iheir ini: loitnl- -pint-.
o-on;KATivi: iottco mills.
lew. of a JlBiinfaclnrcr-HoB Money
to HhII.I Mill nay bp Hals.-.l ley
Kmall Weekly I iiMlrtliiienls.
Ill a recent i-su; ol the 1 I'timore
Mamitacturers" ll'cord Mr. 1. A. Tomp
kins, of Charlotte, one of the m.-t ne-ce-sful
cot'.on manufacturers in thai -cation,
has an interesting a rude on co-operation
in budding tto a mill-.
Mr. Tompkins sh-iws how companies
cm be ofg inied and the money raise el
bv weekly payme nts f-r building cotton
nulls in sin-h a way us to make the or
ganization of sue h e-'iiii .iiie; le i-iblc in
htinelrc-ils ot t-ivvns where it w.iuld le im
possible to s .cure l .irga siibsci ipi ions. In
ihe South we have few savings banks.
red with those in the- North, and
I we need enterprise that w ill c uouiag
Ihe habit of saving and investing a por
tion of the weekly earning of the average
I c itizen. Building and loan ass ciations
i supply this want to -ome extent, but ne
. nee-el co-operative companies lopushin-i
el 'Sinai cnterp ise? with the capital l ha 1 1
jean easily be furnished in snail weekly
instalments from thousands ot our :
Au exchange savs: The
ice t, of this
plan iu Ch irlotte speaks for itself. Mills;
have been built near Charlotte by sub-,
scriptioas payable weekly in small -urns
for one, two, f ur and eight years, but the
favorite plan is that of paying iO cents j
per week on a share for four years. At ;
this ra e 1,000 shares would make a i api-;
tal of 100,000, a sum sufficient to build a I
cotton mill ot about 5.000 spindles, wiih I
looms enough to weave the ir pr.iduct. ,
Mr. Tompk ns gives the follow. ng e;ti-i
mate for such a mill: I
Emoloyes, men au I boys 30 j
Employes, women and girls 60
Fay roll per week, ab ut 350
Bales cotton consumed per week, ,
Lu North Carolina thu products of ihe
different mills Vary greatly. A' Char
lotte one mill makes warp yarns, another
dseiu yarns doubleeranil twisted, another j
rati aies bath warps and skeins, another i
wkitc cloth, another ginghams, another j
ooaoi.er panes and towels, another stock j
ings jiacI knit goods. Those mills which
make eudored goods mu-t h eve dye ,
If the subscriptions to tlie stock of an
instalment null are made payable at the j
rate of 50 ceatt per week per share-, ami j
the capital K-k suhscribeil was $100. -
000, ihen in Ihe first year the amount i
nai.l into the compHns's tieasury wouhi
be about $25 000. With this money the
building-t could Ie buiit and paid !or,
leaving a surplus in ihe treasury. The
buildings would be, a main buil ing, en
gine room, boiler loom imd houses or
cottages for the hands to live in. Iu s me
special cases, where the factory was to be
built in a city, these houses might not be
built, as tlie hands could find board or
bouses to rent near by the factory in the
Jcity. Generally speaking, uowever, ii is
Dest to put a laciory one IU ima unie-s
away from a city, and let the company
IWiid aDtl own the houses the employes
Ia Charlotte no bouse rent is charge !.
Uie tnetories furnishing lionises free ol
rent. Ijaaome other places rent is chaiged
at the iate oi fl per room.
Considerjug that subscriptions were
fieing paid regularly, and that the build
ings were all. completed and paid for at
the end of aboat oue year, and that the
company's income was about $2,000 per
month from regular instalment payments
on subscriptions, tkea under these condi
tions about 2,500 spindles and appertain
ing machinery could be bought tor a good
cash payment, and the remainder payable
$1,000 'to $2,000 per month. In about
sixteen or eighteen mouths Iroru the lime
the first payments were made the mill
could oe started up on ribout one-third to
one-half its capacity, then the remainder
W the machinery could b added and
atarted up from time to time as the money
ooatinued to come in by instalments.
Xo dividends should be paid until the
I steak is Daid in full, and the officers should
I reeerre very small salaries.
s neai" Charlotte, built on thi:
verv sucoessjui, anei borne ui nieui
r tlie dull season have run night and
to fill orders for their goods. Ihe
plan if fairly tried would
soon make the South the cotton uianutic
turing centre of the w orld.
Pl'RE DRIXKIMi WATER.
The Importance or Securing Much.
Iw mf Contamination and Dangers
That Lark in the Impure.
Tlie city of New Berne is fortunate in
having its chief supply of water to come ;
from tike water works company's deep
borod wells, the water Irom which has j
stood saiistactory tests as to its purity ai;d ,
consequent healthful uess. But only the
people ineities can have the advantage of I
water works and as a rule individual fam-
1 ilies must iook out for the puiity ol the
water they get for themselves. ,
i The relatiou of drinking water to health
i should receive more 1 ouside ratien from;
5 the musses of the people than it does. Tl
il ease with w hich water in wells of the. '
i shallow depth that is generally used can
; be contaminated anil Tlie disease that can
be spread from these unsuspected sources.
' even though the taste may remain all right :
! Uixt half understood. I
J T State Boaid of Health is endeavor-1
i ing ta bring these tiuths home to the peo
p!e by iiee'"pamph,et3 furnished upon ap
p'ication. Ur. K. H. Lewi-, ot Kinston, a
' phys ciaii of i)igh nttainmeius has a coni-
muuication 1 ije Kinston i ree Press in
ilouroval i'l i rece-IH piioi
I ot & recent publication
evlue.h we Copy and commend, Dr.
We desire to call tinti-'ii of the no-
ple wlio re-ide in i,-noir ana suriouncnng
coanties to some facts oelailed in the Feb-
ruary number of tne Bulletin of the North
Carolina Board oi Health.
"In that issue of the .Bulletin, evidence
is dven tnar prove-, beyond question, i hat
most if not all cases of malarial diseases
r-niiM? from drinking impure water. Proof
i is given that tho-e who use cistern water,
I or that obtained from driven pumps, never
suffer froui chi.lo and fever or malarial
"This information should reach every
dweller in our low country.
' "This information sLould reach every
dwelle r in our low country.
"To those who elesire to construct cis
terns at a reasonable cost an 1 who e'e-sire
to know all about this matter of drinking
! water as connected with malar a, we would
sav that thev can obtiiua pamphlet wiih
I all tins niioimaeiou ..ee, uv
I tal card stating vour vvis
se ii 1 1 1 n g a )ios
i and giving
i vour address to Dr.
Rich'd II. Lewis,
secretary State Board of health, at
eigh. N. t.
"Tlie secretarv also savs that he will
i forward any number of the s pamphlets to
who w-ill circulate them, this is
H 'an important matter and we hope our
people will look into it.
I :n I-,.!. Sirt I. O
()' K K Ii Ii' I, L N I) 'I'
a Full Slalt
Teaniolll Tlirusl into His I'resenee
AtraiiiHt lliv Previont knou h-cluo
a lll Wish. null lolloui.llf
Wlirrr He- W:i- l lesirl Tlie
4'oiuiulllee Sulci Tliey ll.-icl Tried to
.el Kiel ol II 1 ii ami A piiloit luecl lor
IIK renenee J'he o ernoi-, Senli
ineiilv. A lelegr mi
out from Ila-bmond
i 2lil h. -.,-:
)" l-'.-i i a ', v. a - -inoe n
oining the- iclegram
he i ; mi
ni 2 o'eh .1 k 111
from l!"-t 'ii i 'i
in g tl.
. . e 1 1 i 1 1
I lie i
.lit' I view vv t h
the I r. at merit
( . f the I.-g-
Senator J larling. to. a
ac.'ordtl the eo.oi,
i.-lative e nniirttfe w 1
the Evei u: ive 1 1 1 a n.-i . i
Senator I lariing, I
1 In: -In to ne' r o.nl.ai.i
I u ver had tin -light
1 1 eel Vi I
-a v -
k. iii n
1 ill the tel. gial
-t in' i mat m i fp .
hu nan 1
..- iia: tv.
i ing p. at a
a i i.b.ied man w a-
y. when ;
the " Ma
d with 1." one f .'in
clerk Irom tin- riil
UjP wit a a IllP-sige
I lull a bu-ine-- e'lu-iihii-elts
i.-.id . fti -from
mitt, e of
r i i v.
Ki. hiiloinl net evening
and th. v w ou'd be g'a-1
I replied: -Y,.rv wel1. I
receive, the-n. I ihiuk it
fo iii the Sou' h,
to call on me .
will be gl a 1 to
Wouid li more coin te on- to re ceive t hein
at the iiiaiiion tiian iu my office, and " id
lix 2 o'clock Fii lay a- the hour' 1 had
no ! u i the r communication wiih any one
on tiie sli'-ject, ex apt I wa- informed that
the committee had anivad. A little l
lene 2 o'e lock eui Friday 1 went Irom my
office to the mansion, my private secretary,
Mr. Chesiermaii. accompanying me. ;
Soon a carriage drove up ami -topped.
Lilt- r three oiher earring s arrived. The
first caniage changed position and I did'
not see the occupants al ght. Pretty soon
my doot man came up and notified me
that the gaitlemeu Were in th- parlor.
"I weiil down vvitli Mrs. O'Fe-rall and ;
as we entered the pir'.or we were intio
eiuce I to each menib.-r ot the committee, I
winding up with th.- colored mem ie-r.
Not until I rem he 1 Teamoth did I know,
nor hilel I the slightest idci that one of the
committee vv us a colored niau, and I w a- j
greatly surpr.sed and emb.ii rasseel. but I
concealed my embana.ssment as much as 1
ii isible. I was acting in my official j
caput ity, an 1 the co-nmiitee were Calfng
iu their otfic. .1 opacity, and I could not
do otherwise than cany out the pro
gramme. "Light refreshments had b.-en prepaid
and I invited the eamnnitt. e to the dining
room, not thinking that riamoth would
come. After the party got into the dining
room I discovered Tiamoih and .Mitchell
with hi n. This i nibarrasse I mes'.i 1 more
but I concluded that as Teamoth was one
of the ccinmittee an I Mitchell their friend
I could not invite them to retire without
giving affront .o ihe memb va of the com
mittee, and in deference to the f. clings nt
the latter and bec uise I could ivt do oth
erwise without being ru le to them. I sub
mitted anil Teamoth and Mitchell remain
e-l and partook of the refreshments. If my
embarrassment v as not apparent I sii -oeded
in a re.nai kable tlegree ia conced
"Mrs. 0'Ferr..ll -pake to the gentlemen
after she was intiodijced to the n, but out
of courtesy to Mr. Darling and the gentle-
men remained and conversed with them
until they lelt the parlor.
"Senator Darling's statement that I told
him that I knew Teamoth was m the party
is absolutely untrue an 1 1 cannot think lie
ever made it. If I had told him any such
thing he would certainly not have spoken
apologetically of Teamoih's presence at
the mansion, or expressed himself as he
did to me at tlie penitentiary and on our
drive'. He and the other me nbers in the
carriage with me expressed their embar
rassment in having Teamoth with them
and staled that they bad made every el
foit to shuffle him off, but he would get
back with them.
T feel greatly aggrieved in this mat'er
and that my desire to extend courtesy to a
committee of another State was taken a I
vant.ige of and 1 was placed in a position
to which I would not have submittee! for
a moment if I had not bean acting in an
official capacity. Of course Mr. 0'Fer
rall did not shake hands with the n gro.
Whan she ncrceive 1 that Teamoth was a
Colored man she bowed slightly stepped
back and did not speak to him. ' I
Col. IL Bo ken, passenger and freight
agent of the S.-abaaid Air Line, through i
w hom the reception of the Massachusetts j
committee by Governor OFerrall was.
arranged, said to-day in rtl'.-reace to ihe!
"Senator I) iiiing, as did the other mem-!
bers of the committee, impressed me very I
favorably and I hop ; the Governor cannot j
think tiie Massachusetts Sgnator would j
make the statement retirr. d to him, bat if,
be did he has made an entirely false sta'e- :
merit; for iu his pis:i-ee I expr.ssed re-1
grei at the negro's advent, an I he rem sir- 1
ked that he. as we'll as the other white I
men on the committee, regretted it also. 1
and di'i all along tlie line regret having
started out with rcauioth and hoped he
was lost. As the Governor said in the interview-
in this morning's Dispatch, he ,
was entirely ignorant oi tiie n.gro's pres
ence until I was bu'ceel to present him, .
after he had followe I us into tlie mansion. I
I did not know myself that Teamoth 1
would be present and therefore couli riot
notify the Governor."' i
THE XEWLT ELECTED OFFICERS
Ol the East Carolina Fish, Ojnster,
Game and Industrial Association.
All Old Ones Retained and O. H.
Onion Added as Treasurer.
President: Wiu. Dunn. New Berne
Vice Presidents: K. II. Meadows, J01 1
Kiiisev. W. G. Brinson. of Cr iven County.
Secretary: Chas. R.-izcnsteii
Berne, V C.
Trea-urei: O. II. Guio.i,
B larel 0! Directoi-: J. A
Geo. Henderson, Ralph Gray
. P. II. Pe -
It-tier, J. A. Brvau, fi. N. Ive-".
Guion. (i. II. Robeit-. C. E. Key,
Bray. T. A. Green. W. P. UuirTi
Whiting. J. W. Me wait.
15. ai il of Maiuigri-
Wiilis, R. S. Pnuiro-
Finance Cointnit ec: James
; y Uiiieh. W. f). Bairinglon.
Rude March, the roisterer, is here,
The blustering oiagg nt of the year,
Monarch of mocking winds that sweep
BesisbcSsly o'er land and deep.
Mad Mare h wiih swiriiug snows
Defies ti,c a i vent ot sweet Spring,
Tiie fiehl flowers hide, amaze i and
Before the blasts lie bh.vv- abroad.
Stem M .re h with
Rule? with an iron wi
tne cart h.
I'nttl the gentle smil ng f
Of April drives him fiom
Henry Tyson, who committed murder
in 1839, and who has been in the solitaiy
confinement in Denver, Color ulo,
until he has become blind has been sen-
fenced to be hanged duiing the second
I .cwat- m A -s i i 1
1 week in Apr il.
I VIM III II I OK WOl lll It II III.
l air M oll Olli. i .-. I sulci
Move 1.x peeled .
e pilb'lis'l to-laV 'h' ftl'i
i ii rd
- ol the
ist ill-oiilia Fl
tr'a! A -so iat;
-h. ( IV-
a- !:l-t Veil ' e. j, III
ha- be, n ad led a- To
as i- we II know n. : 1
s e i-etai vshi p Inn e I .
by Mr. Ch .-. P, n
tiring . a! mia-h oi
lir i- due
gr.-at - .
I i III IP- l
,1 I''- gl
aitee 1 :
II I .
part o i
lie- - lb.
' po- M.
n c nr. unit.
l hilig- tlie
n . i
ot the l-".i r -
the pello ! . I la
ijlll'-Poll VV - ' .
,e lengih in .he
imp vver i qui i e -I-.
r.s lin y had a
'an khoh 'l-l -" I; e i
0 Ig ill 1:1 v or ol 11;
right to be, were
1 tin ir P a- ai- lot
t it and ad v lim
it sitlolj-. If .tl
the: dir l
h I U'! coll-i
liscu io I I
o; s w h -ie i
re -1 -
ne i nn; .
tcr vv a- lot t 'o
n g. od ha: ds.
0 1-1,1 r a
1 j 1 ige vv
perieiu-e ai .tl nu'-cp - ot the
qualiiied it Mr th-- j r.
'l ie y hav a goo. I
busiue-s ot' th - Fair and
at heart anil they vv i'.i
i ha ; I'eci-iou which vvili
the Fail '.-; b.-l intere-ts.
have it- inter
I'oinoi ive of
I 'p pie. we
are sati-tied. are ri'uly to sustain
ope'a'ivp with thpni in whatever
ll. AM I.. ASStH I ATIOXS.
C opy ol tlie Aet Whielilhe I.eislature
A Bill t
Ije F.ulitied an Act to A-iiend
7 ol the 2d Volume of ihe
iting to Bui 'ding and I. "an
The tie. era! A-ssmbiv
if North Ca.-olii a
do en-ii t :
S .ft ion I. That, chapter 7 ol the 2d
volume of the Code be amended by a ld
ing thereto the following sections:
2. ib ). 1 hat eVeiy 1 1 II lllii rl g 11 lid
is-oeiation dung bu-im-- in Mns
State shall be aiiihoi ized to i, in- a- many
classes or series siu-l kinds ol s'.oc ks, in
cluding ii st diluent ami paid-up stock, as
may be ptovi hd for in i's charier or by
laws. c. 2-1O0 .1. Tuat
an v member oi' such
ll I) r;ovv from it m
rede -me i bv it, shall
association, who -h
vvho-c stoc'; -hall be
have the right at. any time lo
dis harge his loan by pa ing
re. e:ved ii v I. im. inc'.u ling
and expense- ot making the
same .-hall hav e b -c n dediu te.
pay o.T and
the fi s's ot
i ians, if the
vvitli iutep st at ihe r,
annum on the win
te of 0 per c ent, per
Ie sum received bv
him fo I he date.' of set l leuie nt. an I
! miunis. tin s mid dues then remaii
m a. rnoa such settlement he shall b-
j bellied ith oniv tha withdrawal value,
, a, Dxed by the chili tcr or by laws of -uch
'association, ol" his shares of stock, winch
j ,ave not b3en trsttisfcrred or aign I to
j tbe ;:s-oeii:tioii bv wav of or in !i. ll nt ltrc-
miun' on the loan or ii'.iemplion. 'l b it
in case ot default bv a stocknohk-r. win.
lias bi rowed Irom the aasociatn.n or
whose stock has baen reelee neii, and a
foreclosure of his mortgage, the amount
of his indebtedness io setch an associa
tion shall be ascertained in the foregoing
Sec. 2300 UK. That in such settle
ment provided for in tne foregoing section
no account shall be taken of tlie premiums
paid by the harrowing memler, but tlu
same shall be deemed ihe consideration
for his b.'ing allowed to anticipate the
ultimate or pir value of his stock by bis
present use and p isscssion in preference
to the other stockholders.
S.-c. 230b I. That every such n-soeia-tio-i
shall have power to charge its share
holders upon loans to the ji, or redemp
tion to their stock, premiums thereon, m
b.: paid in gros or by installments, or on
-toek or by reqiii; ing them to c u ry ad
ditional shares ot so ck as may be pro
vi hd in its charter or by haws.
Sac. 2300 J. Tiiat nothing herein e n
taiued shall prevent an as-ociutioii trosn
coiitracting with its birrowing memb rs.
or shareholders h .se ;t"C'k has been
pledged for loans lor the restoration or
reinstatement of li s st-ck upon such
terms as mav be agreed upon
Sec. 2800" K. Tint all laws and clauses
of laws in conflict with this a;t are Ikp by
repealed only .-o liir a.- they are iu contbet
Sec. II. This act snail be in lorce
from and after i s ratification.
A REVOI.lTlOX IX PERI .
The Old Government Broken I p and
a Provisional Government Iuly
; There is a new regime in Lima as a
I result of the thre-; days battle in Peru,
i Cacares aud Pierola have been retire 1 and
I Senor Caudaiuu nvnle jirovi-i mal presi
! Duiir.g the tiiree days lighting lad'bO
1 solebeis were killed and wounded and
I much property destroyed.
; The provisional government was firmed
1 through the intervention of th.- diplomats
; an I the pap d nuncio. It has bi en orga
nized and is already 111 0p9r.1t ton.
The Provision. ii President. Canil 11110,
has nameel Senor Vill.inina as minisii r of
the interior; Senor Espincz 1, minister of
just iee. and Sen or Maip utnia as minister
The rew governtneit has i-sucd an
ord.r releasing ad p ditiia1 pri- ner-.
The fears that The Careen s soldi, ry vvoul I
commit c'epredai ion- have vaiii-hed,
P.. inks have h ane I itn-Il - V. th- It" fs
have been p nil
'fhe s ree' s .
21st p a sen e
vv tii 1 i.e ia -,e
ihe si reels I
Ma- ve a- mail
u rih i- that b
are st 11 Under
the foICeS tlisbatld- ll.
a on the nig), : ":
f -I Ve- ill), e r o
.- w lie 1 1 .terniv
an,! ere- of -V
:a I"' i ' -011 ,d : hr.
ate plav ;e,g t.ii-
I" a o
To nursing mo le rs. Dr. Pierce'- I
ai de Pres-riptioa is a piaiiess bo n,
i: o.dv s'uuglh. i.s the 1110 h ' but s
pi omoies an abu man: si cr, t.on i-f n
hshineiit for ihe chi.d. l-".a tiai-- al
to bee Hue u.olaei-. it i- even i, v d
hie f"i' it ies-eii- the ptvi - iitia p d"
c h il ibirth and sh .1 f a - 1 cor. Oi'
Ovarian, fihro d and oil
w ithov.it resort to -u gie . 1
s, nd 10 cents (f r p sta
Dispensary Medical Ao
ier t umoi - cure-'
air I 1 e!' 1 1 nee
g ) to W"l Id
i'ltion, Butl'a o
i Three of the Beaufort burglars weie
convicted and sentenced as f hleivvs : Bud
Blount. 3 years in the penih utiaiy. Henry
Batsou 5 years, and Albert Washington 7
years. The sentences of the tir-t two
we'e much lighter on acceuit of their
' being but boys. They were all negroes.
I'l III II III II DIM. VVIllll. SI tit I' Kit
Co iiiiiiiI lli iiki-ii Thursday Allernoon
I'-v c-a ill ion to Im- nileled in I'.IkIiI
t : oiind vv .- broken lor the New Berne
pul.iic i u'hlingon lue 1'1-t. Mayor Win.
lei'-1..,,! dthe lii-- vv 1 ni'l-l a rrow him-'
ii at il? minnli - I., two o'e look. Al
t'. 1 g ! i no 1 1 1 . 1 1. e ' .f 1 1 1 1 a I bee, i gi ven :i
.-' -; 'el1 1 1 ne lai-ii 1 ("' - r eili.eii- "allnrP.i
beginning e 1 l m- w m k on 1 1 1
great I v
e-ired and hmg-1
S il : lint
e i Xeavalioli
W. II. Sni'll
o li ,ve tin-
1 ill eight da
W o I k I "
lit 1 a,
(IKMRIII S (.IKT.
Hospital at Italeili is ii
Ihi-Ivp TlMiisand Hollars.
g '. Ml. ' i eo I gi
ll. I a 1 1 hoh ,mi vv
'illl. ling "ll all
i n . vv hen a d ig
a ad tbiew h.m
- ,11 "t Ma
re "I I! ,1,
e- p d sidi
t v ei-ii hi
In I, ,1:11
a .1 e I 'l okr- his
1,Y ho-p tal
.. . an f :i ..t
o.,v. lie w
pprn iat nni of
beoileathei I it
i . re --all
.. a. i:.
ii ii ea pcl is.
, the acciiin
r ofM ,r-lial
' re. t
-oil p reach
el, nr. h in Kiehnion ',
ealie l to M iiini-npii'b
hi- ch il'ge in Virgin:;
Mar.-h ill S r. et are
him uii ai d vv ill niak
uid has ic-igLcel
The brethren ol
rv loath to give
an elfoi t to retain
him. flu- ) d
o li r ino-t va'u
I ) iminion" w ill
ible in lii-tpr- if
The ab iv e is from thp Ar'ania South
ern Chi i-tian. Mr. Moore is pleasantly
: eiii-inbered in New lieine haviii," visih-el
Ie. re a feiv year- ago in atVinlance to the
S ate Com. ntion ot the Church of the
I'reat Britain and Our Country.
The Washington Po-t s.. s ih.d until
info: ma1 ion is .inquired as lo the attitude
w hich England proposes to assume to
wards Nicaragua and Venezuela, every
aeiioii ejl her, wi'l be clos.lv watched anil
Ihe !arg" feet which is row in the South
Atlantic will b- maintained there.
Tiie United States will, as 'in the past,
icgar I with jealou-y ;.ny attempt at e :i-c.-oachinen'.
by any Euiopc-an power upon
this he nUphere anil its policy will be
plainly outlined. The occ asion lb d
calls f,,r the vigilance is the British ele
iiinii 1 upon Nicaragua for $75.(100 indem
nity for its treatment ol Mr. Hatch.
ilr. Jan. Manwell Orops Demi.
I dipt. D: .von, of the steam, r Vane boro
, telegraplu d to Mr. Jno. C. "Wlrtty Fri
I d ay announcing that Mr. Jus Manvvell.
t ne Pllgineer, had fallen dead in the en
j gine io nn. Tne telegram gave no p.ar
itie u'ais. We judge the re niiin- w ill be
i bioug it to the oil v t nla v.
I Mr. Manvveil was a very fme michini-i
' and w as lor ye ir- in bu-iness for hiinse'f
in New Berne. A portion of the timp was a
partu .r o! Mr. J. II. Crabtie : an I for a
w hile by himself.
' He leaves sever d children.
Orowncil Man Found.
Mr. J. W. Hill and tho-e ti-hiug with
him found the body of a drowned Colored
nian on the shore at Myrtle Marsh. Pani
lico county, twelve miles below New
Berne Monday. It is supposed to be the
remains of a colored man named Ernest
Johnson, who was drowned three or four
weeks ago bv fading froai a beat as nar-
i rated in Tllf: Joi KNAL.
j The body was 111 bail condition. The
1 finding of it was reported to ciliz-ns ol
the neighborhood, who said they would
attend to it.
A Strike quickly Ended.
There was a strike in New Berue Fri
day. The hands excavating for the gov
ernment building struck for an advance of
twenty cents er day. Mr. Sneliing let
tliem go. Plenty of otiicis were ready to
lake their p'ac s. an 1 it was not long !"
fore some of those (hat had quit work
were ask in; to be r'-iri-'aled at le-s than
ihe; had bean leeeiving.
It is said, with hovv much truth, We do
iivv, that some who vve-ie not on
bbre-el intentionally to bring oil
-o thev c mid get on.
Tailor's It in Shoo.
o -t shoe ia town is at J
vh'i's. ui- five leet High and e
feet hug. It can be sen hanging 11
front of Mr. Taylor's -tore
We can't, tell about how many sides of
leather were u-'-d in m..king the shoe, be
cause tin-re is no leather in it. It is
simply Mr. Taylor's new siga made'' of
wood and letter, d in
W. " A- . 11. K. vs. OiihIom Co.
The Supreme Court ha- decided the
Onslow bond ca-e iu favor o'. the railroad
Tlie incoming of the railroad company
is a great benefit lo Onslow county and
will uipidly bring that tine fertile section
to the front and we know that a great
many of (he people in that county duly
appn elate it.
Reutonsville Monument I'liveiled.
The Bentonsville monumpnt near
Goidsboro, erected by ihe Goldshnro
R-rl 's was unveile I Wedni s lay vvitli In an
tiful, imjirp-.-ive ..n I appropriate cere
monies. Geii'l Wade Ilaiiiptoti delivered
a gran. I address. I
The nionuiiii nt was unve iled by thir- i
teen young ladies in military uniforms,
repi""-i nting the Sou' h, w ho acted as an j
especial e-cori of honor to Gen"! Hampton.
i'uro ol' Katnit.
The ih'co 111 asl seliooni r Jame- E.
Shy 1'oc k, Capt. Ivisiey, is oni lading a1
1 ,rge cargo of kainit. a ,ou 1 thr-e bun 1 red ,
t 11-. tie E. H. cv J. A. Meadows I
F.lt, 7. r Fietoiy. The rsllVlock ha-'
t.eti in a I v tw , . 11,0 1 1 h- mi th way. hav
ing hit New York on the Until "1 .lanu
are. Dining the cold wi-a'her -he wa-froz-
up in thehirb'i' at Ba It la.ore.
. e ..I Mr.
A: t e re
II. ton on
n, ,- lin
M pie (
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Iv . e.oi ei 1
de,! at the
I ui III
on: 'g. M
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P iaiek die- t, M r. N'iipo
te Ag. -hue. aged 47 year-.
-. 1 1 w i - a r at ; vp "f Neve
el formerly I - a dry goodie-
e:ty. lie I. a I Ua-n ui bad
i ar or more i ait had been
i- bed only a fi vv ilav -.
Uel'Ile II Id In
1'iei'i ban' ' t t
he iita f r;i y
cu tine I to 1.
Public School Teachers. Take Notice.
Teat'liei s ot t he public school.- of t in
stil -e h'.ol di.-tri. t out-i ie of th,: city of
New Heme will discontinue their -i ho..s
at ihe close ol the present school mouth
Bv order of the committee,
dliwlt Wm. M. Watson, Sec'y.
-Sj - - - I
Such as Ours is
TO OBTAIN OIR rKESF.NT
1U SIM-SS. AM) INTIiXI).
TO NOT ONLY HOLD
II". HIT TO
-1 1 w -
The .way we . propose ;':
to do it, Isfoi1
to give the People the
that can be bought in
the city tor the
We know 4luw appreciate it
trom the increase in our busi
ness. Our Stock
Only examine it and v
be convinced. -
Yol'ItK Veiiy Tri'I.y,
47 Sl 49 PoljQ
Did You Ever See
ANY TOBACCO ?
If you never cliel, go to J. V.
TAYLOli'S, v'ht'ii- on can get a
yarictios, f i .
dug for live ceiitN
solnl tobacco lie
five ot her il fl'erenf
in the Inst to the
rock Imt t om ji
those nice Tc
nt good Shoi h at
puiiiidH more of
n-ei'iit Hams, and
lot s of ot hot
oods too imtucrouH
Dun"! Istil to come
and .see me when von come
town, if you do you'll get left,
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