trz v ksr iMiw AvaN AiiWV nixw. at h
Lf n r . Si . 1U.U !
K !ic :Bk
$1.00 Per Year
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Single Uopiry, b UcntB.-
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C MAY 189,5.
N J '
HIRTT yanjV apaaiTatton
aafPiana af pwona, yamUt
It i mmtiwMT tna V
rwM Ui trw It wn. It
in V Itk. It will wr
nmwtklng wnien fa nWolntaly
Cajtrln d tror Vmthi.
Ctorln nllny Twmrimhmmmm.
Caytrin rallw T thing
Cai In wtmllic tha agaeta of ear aonia acid ga. or polMnumt air.
' Caata-ta de nat aantain nMwphlna, apinm, or ethar narcotic property.
Cnatnrta aamtnd3ata tha food, ragnlata. the .tomach and bowal.,
tit Inf. haalthy and natnral aleap.
Caataria fa pt np in ana-aiaa hottlw only. It i. not Jd in bnlk.
Pant aJlaw any ana ta aaH ya-g anything alaa on the pi am or proml.e
tat tt fa "jnat aa faad and will an .war T.ry pnrpoaa."
Sea that yaw rat OA - S - T - O -
.Children Cry for
Ho, Ye SnIeriDg Millions !
Ooan.o and. find. B'llel t
- It is tb lflt reratdy on top of Ood green
tarth Cr .
Saadadhe, Dypeiwl a,
I will guarantee it if taken as directed. It
wHIpatyoor iorpkl liver in aclin. It re
move the an:ploa bile, it akls digestion
tbea the atomacb ia clean seal and the bo vela
regulated . It tae that all, heavy , land
,nt ot I be atofaaca. It core sick or nervous
headache at one. Try It and you will caU
ate a BXJtKTACTOB.
F2X22 60c ?S COTS-HALT PUTT BOTTLE
. will be la Kaw Bcroe only one week,
while aera yoa may bay a bottle tor SSe. but
alter I ia (one tiie druggist will charge you
otae ta the corner of Pollock and Middle
. , atmnf.at Pr. Bradham. Iruy Store and get
a.botiia.aadyoa all nerer regr t it
L;W. HHIlMUi., Prip'r.
- pRrad a lew of the many New Berne
and Norfolk Testimonial?:
New Berne, X. C May 12ih, 1890.
This i ta ctrtify that I have aseri with
beneficial r Sects, Dr L. W. Pigott'a pre
, paratioo kaown aa Di-i.d-i.c-tb, as a
- remedy Jd Dyspepsia and (Joostipntion,
' mud their attecd&st erils, it bus on super
ior among toe many medicines offered to
,'taM public fr these complaints. It nut
- oejj kive one relict at ooce, but its effects
are permanent. I know cf many persons
- ia this Ctty who bare oaerl th;s medicirie,
aad all join ia its praise. L. J. Mooar..
New Bern. N. C, May 13th, 1895.
I hare used Pisott' Di-tu lu-ts, lor
a stubborn attack of indigeMioa, and I
. Utakl have ben lnefiltcd. I can eat
v whatever I wub sir.ee taking the medicine,
' aad aothmg bona me DOry as formerly.
' I belie - ili'ts m dicine rxxss teal
meritv and will help any one who suffers
with indigestion.. Marvin W. Xash.
I bare used Di-lc-lc-tk, and can
. truly say it is a ralnai.le remeilial agency
. in alt Liver disturtKinces, and may !
taken with safety and profit. Dr. Pigott
(the proprietor) ia well known in Nonollc
aa aa noooraLio gtntleman.
Kav. W. K Evass, D. D.
Pastor Graaby St. VI. E. Church, Norfolk.
I bare oil Pignlfs Di-lu-lu-te for
headache. It gives reli. f at once.
Mrs, Rev. W. V. Titdor, D. D.
Raleigh, N. Jnne 9, 1890.
Mr. i W. Piqott, Norfolk. Va:
Dear 8ir:-I used your reroe'ly (Di-lu-I.O
Ta) lor an attack of m rvoos heajlache,
and it gave me ready rvliei. I n-commeml
..V it ai a car lor beailacbe.
Very Uu'y yoors. D. Vf. Baix.
Treaarer of North Carwlina.
rxeeolire Mansr n, N. C, June 9, 190.
The above endoraement i f our disuu
gaisbed Slate Trmpurer nccon'.s with my
wa experience io the use cf the Ui-ltj-to
Ta. Daski, G. Fowlr,
Governor of North Cajolina.
2 - ntlolwd
Had aiii Clay Peas.
A Limited Quantify
BLACK AND CLAY PEAS
At ChAs. Ii. II ill's,
New Bern, N. C.
BAXTER The Jeweler
QlUDci. DRESS BUTTON SKTS,
' Link ami I-ver Cutf l'uiion?
Rings, etc. New and new styhs. Kvrry
dollar ppent with me is a saving to jou
f ronKSO a. to $1.00.
WAfCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
and at about one half of what you are ac
euetomed to paying. Iu time for high
prices to down and 1 am the one to down
taTSdtistction (iiuraiile'd in every
traasaction or tbe price you pay will be
BAXTER, The Jew f.lf.r.
m241wlf 95 Middle Street.
J. F. TAYLOR'S
Too can buy Matches at Manufacturers'
FUly cases, three pound pic peaches
will bj sold at J. F. Taylor s at loc. per
A fine stcck of the best
on the market for sale at
prices st J. F. Taylor s.
Too can boy the host pair of Shoe you
erer got in the'eitv for the money at J.
If yoa don't see J. t . Taylor you lose
A large slot k Pr'jne Whiskey for mtdl
ef Caatorla with tha patronage of
m to tpwh af it withant xutiiiz.
t raaaady for Infant, and CaUdx-an
fa kwmUu. Children Una it. It
tkmir li-nm. In It Mother. hT
mfa and pmctienUy perfoct n. a
: Sonr Cnrd.
and Wind Colie.
and Flntnlane y.
R - I - A.
i. on aT-ery
Ol R LITIXU AM Ol R DEtll.
EICIEKK nALL, I.OUISrit"H(i, !". C.
Written for the monumental issue of the
News and Observer.
Think ye a Southern inue can come.
With measured line and winsome note:
As Wiiblinss from a silver tongue,
Ou balmy bretzes sweetly float;
No. no, this is no gala day,
Wlieu brilliant songs are blithely sung;
A sad muse turns her fiice av
At sound ot horn, and rife and drum.
Know ye thr.t waters still and. deep.
In shadowu.l uook holds in its heart,
lis own- near borders. bru;!it or bleuk,
T:s nature, of itself a pari.
'Twas in the sliadow of despair.
Whenbravc men on the battle field
Sto.Kl cits irmed in sibnce there.
Knew their country's doom was seukd.
The spirit thnt so biavely laid,
All on the Patriot's slowing pyre.
As nobly litccd the mighty raid.
That chungtd it to a u.:i:ii lire.
Ohl ye s-ldier9 who Rre living,
On wreck of' Ute gnat warstorai.
Faithful testimony giving.
Of slroDg hearts true and warm.
The perils of your comrades slntred.
The lcarles march, and battle Idast,
Yet each taiihlul witm& spareil,
Mutt ui silence, sleep at last.
Only three score years and ten
Is the time assigned to lit'. ;
So the tru st hearts of men
As Mouuments will not suffice.
The grent pyramids for ngt s
Have debid the power ol lime.
Baffling study of the sages
Ilerxulean strength todeliac.
So the record of Our Soldiers
For p-'H-rle-s heroi-m stands.
A worxier among the marvel.
Achieved bv human hands.
Cut it deep in marble and I ros.
V ith immortal lame enroll:
Tradition and tiirtory pas.
n'e this nn Eterntl "s scroll.
Tis the Si'intilhttinn of a star.
O'er which dark clouds have bung;
Ti it spirk through smoke of ar,
Fionva tiery furnace flung.
TLs a hrilliant gem blood lxui;ht
15 v i lie noblest nten in the world.
It rl ashed in every but'e fuught!
Blazed through latured flags when fur
led. OYr our soldiers lieneath the sod.
Grandly tomlied or graven unknown.
Angels of Justice are keeiiug gu ml,
In niuibus not wholly tbeir own.
Ix-t (ilory's wicred aureole
Hound sublime -alor sun ad.
And Truth's graa I d apasun r. u I
In meiuory of our d a 1.
If the Baby I. Cntliiitr Teeth.
Be sure and u- that old and well-tried
remedy, Mrs. Winsluw's S)otln:lg Syrup
for cj'thlri-n texthiog. Itsootlies the ehild.
softens the gums allays all pain, cures
wind colic and is the K st reiiv-dy for
diarrhoea. Twenty-tive cents a buttle.
n 1 V 1"
SOTlf'E OF MPF.t I AI. TERMS
Of the Snperior mart
Notice is lierebv given, pursuant lo the
provisions of the Code t'Norih Carolina.
Section Nine Hundred and Filtei n, that '
the Governor of North Carol in i, II;s
Kxcellercv Kdas Cnrr, has onh red that a
Special Term of i he Superior Court ot
Craven County f r the trial of Civil
Actions shall behohlin in said County, lo
Ix-gin its session on the 27th day of May,
ltWo, and io continue for two . u:
And that a Special Term of said court
for the trial , f Criminal Actions shall be
bolilen in s.id County to be-jin its s -si m
on Monday the lOih day of June, lstla.
and lo continue tor one week, or until the
businisp of said Couit sliall le disposed
All peisons having busine-s in -c.d
Courts wifl take due notiie tfeieol and
alb'Uil necor.ling to law.
Dned ibis May Silt. 189-1.
Enwi). W. Sm a r.i.wooo.
Chairman of the Board of Commissioner
cf J raven count v. pro lei n .
Bucklen's Arnica SflDe,
The 1est si.il ve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sor.. Tetter, Cliappe. I hand-. Chilblains.
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, an I posi
tively ernes Piles, or no pay required. It
is guar.tnlce. I togie perfect s .t is: :ion
or 'money refunded. Price 2A cents per
box. For -ale bv F. S. Duffy, Druggist.
One of Experience pi. len .1.
Apply i" Person to
CONG DON Ai CO.
New Berne, May 22, 1395. d3uvlt
North Carolina Ni t K-presented
PrnNo of Cbvihiud and Carlisle
The Lifter Sp.-ak !fe-iolitious Tar
ried Mi v; i n;-. TYni:.. .M;i .': Under
., banner with 1 1 1 -Sound
( 'iinency and
iug Facilitu s," ! t wi-eii
representative men of :
States assembled at I n.
this afternoon I" expre
j e..-: t i i ii to the doctrine
and unlimited coinage
,111 a;nl .S, M 1
a .1 1 i tor i u jii
of the free
ol silver and
of thf rm-'in-
to iieclare in favor
d i lions.
;nt inonetavv eoii-
:.vn. v i".
I!v a irathe:
l'.innv.-1's and ni..:iula
storekeepers and members of pro-
r ... . 1 .
fcs-aions. allied with indiistrial in
terests. It was especially commented
upon that the politicians were con
spicuous bv their absf!i.-c.
When ( 'iiai rnian ( 'rawf..
f fifteen, assumeil
! the cravfl at ".' o'e'ock. there were
o".'o dt-lejjMtis on the Moor and l.oun
j spectators of both ees in the
paileries. The few words of wel
1 e ome in half of the oby were irettily
' and iiiickly sioken and per-
manetit ortraniation was then in
j tii i: i i: a ; hm a n 'r i; i: i a i:ks
j Tiie Alabama C'oni'ressman, Jlr.
I 'iarkc was rccoLTiiiztal for the pur-
! posx' of presenting t
name of the
Little d'iatit from Mississippi as
j pei'inaiien t cliairman. but he availed 1 and in order to give a wider field for
j himself of a call to the platform to: the use of silver we favor the fund
lead oii the oratoiical lire works ' ing of all money other than gold
with a speech that aroused all the t and silver certificates below the de
i energetic enthusiasm of his and i- j nomination of ten dollars into high-
enee. "Wo are not a forlorn band
making a desperate and hopeless
tight."" said Mr. Clarke, '-but we
are here to give form and orgauiza-
tion and voice to a deep-rooted
i , t . i i.i:. ,.:,:,,
anil wlueiv spreao puuaie ojuuhmi
that is growing in volume and which
is destined to 'mould the financial
policy of this conn try.
We have nothing to fear in tiie
fight that has been forced upon us.
The conservatism of the American
people will not allow its monetary
system to be dragged down to the
debased level of Mexico and China.
The roar of the eilverities is as the
roar of a fire fed upon chaff that
soon burns itself out and leaves but
ashes and smoke. Ic is but the
echo of the fiat monoyiuu. Standing
here as a Southern man, I say that
I have firm confidence in the sound
sense and integrity of that section
of the country,"' in" the cotton men
and the industry that has made
Memplii- one- of tim most important'
cotton markets in the world. e I
are not the blind followers or tools
of anv man or set of them, but we
are led by a man who has. like no j sound money of New York, and also
other man since Jackson, the con-j urging the formation of sound mon
tidenee of the American people j ey leagues and chilis throughout the
prolonged applause. Why? He- South, and after a farewell address
cause the American peoplo know ; from Congressman Patterson, the
that their President is honest j Convention, at 9:45. adjourned Mt
(cheers); that he possesses mental 1 ,,.
and moral courage ( more cheering) : 1 - .- - - t z
thit he is not only a man. but
whole m..u; that lie has a wisdom
that no obloouv can darken."
Shouts and stamping followed
the speaker's retirement from the
piattorm. 1 Here was more oi i lie
same kind when the motion was
lint and (len. Cati hings declared
1 On being escorted to tn
! gracefuJiy acknowledged the honor
j and continued.
"No convention has ever assem
j bled iu this region for a higher or
nobler purpose. On; views are
1 sani'titied bv the approval of all the
i intelligent and intelligence of
! country outside o
if nol it io-i! 1 i Co 1 .et
,ors and tight as a
1 us stand hv our.
; man fights who knows he has right
i ,-'--i .io .1...
ou ins snte. i ne great neari oi me
American people always responds to
the truth at the proper time, and it
is impossible to believe that f 7' ,, -mid
of people, composing the great-
j est Go e-'innent on earth, would de
liberately cut themselves loose from
t he ci vi li.at ion cf t lie world and all v '
i 1 u . , ' . ,,, . , - I
themselves with Mexico, ( hum. da-:
1 pan and people of that sort. !
' "Speaking for mvself before this;
i great a c Hence. 1 say 1 stanu lor
itirover Cleveland and Join i. 'ar-
lisle. Prolonged applause.) Whyj
should these men desire to engraft
upon the people a policy which is:
, , . . . i . . . . :..i.... .1.
Ijunleiisouie to mem. w neu inesc
people have given to them with a
free hand every honor that has been
conferred upon them."
Tiie .-elect l' n of a committee on
resolutions was next in order as fol-
! 'jd.ere was no rcspoii-e when the
i States of West Virginia and North
Carolina were cali.-.l.
. a ui i : -1 : -I'Kaks
Jtis as the fommittee had been
mtdeted the tail form of Secretary
r lisle emci g. tl fr.'tn the stage. In
nstant delegates and saeetators,
women and men. were on their feet
and a mighty shout went up. It
was sue 'ceded by a veil vet dear to
and then again
leers, with waiving
with a v
of hats and canes and other accom
paniments. Tin ovation continued
for sevora! moment.- and was renew
ed when the Secretary of the Treas
ury was formally present,-.!.
ileiif0 having been wiih difiifiiltv
f which nc
and a half
lie spoke with unwonted
ind made few references to
s. 1 was lis;,-if-d to with
irofound at L.n t ion . the
being apparently anxious
and follow the trend "f
men t and the mass of iiL
its a rg li
w 1 1 i
i it was supported and there
were few in: errn p; ions of approval
until towards the close. Then
vvhen, with quivering forefinger, he
declared that the hard earned sav
ings of the j r ought not to be
sacriticad to the avari.e of the
wealthy mine owners or the ambition
of aspiring politicians, his hearers
fairly went wild, and when in his
j peroration he urged that there i-onld
i bo no prosperity for one section at I
t ho expense of the other, but that
all must stand or fall together, itl
looke.l for a moment as though the ;
enthusiastic audience would storm
When the speaker concluded hei
was given a f.nal ovation and a re-
eess until t o'ol -k was at once !
went into session
i I old . with .1 ude
Ruck, as chairn a :.
( 'oiivcM ion rc-as em
at the ( iavoso
If sp of Little
mil wnen tiie
was )i'isi-nted with the
K K So 1. 1 "I los.
1. Relieving a uniform an
cultural, commercial and industrial
development and prosperity of our
common country, we favor the main
tenance of all our money, whether
LTold or paper, on a parity, to the
end that e ai h dollar, whatever may
he its fonmosit ion, shall have eoual
! purchasing n"d debt-payin
... : . i l. -.1 . 1 1
with everv other dollar.
:. At this time there is no conn-j
try in the world whidi maintains
the bimetallic standard, and neither i
is there any country where the f ree
coinage of silver obtains which is
not on a silver basis. Each countrv. i
on acajount of its inability to inde
pendently adopt any bimetallic
standard" must elect for itself which
it prefers the jjoM or the silver
standard. We therefore favor, in
the absence of international co-operation,
fhe retention and maintenance
of the existing gold standard.
5. We favor tiie retention as part
of our money the silver now coined
: or denominations, so as to make our
I entire circulation below the denomi-
' nation of ten dollars, either silver or
silver certificates, and to this end
the Secretary of the Treasury should
i i ii....: i t... i p..
i ue aiiinoi lzeet u j:iw io uuiu iium
time, ns tiie people
may require them, silver uotiars,
until the demand of commerce for
money below the denomination of
ten dollars is at all times satisfied.
ii. Wo realize that our national
banking system was adopted during
a time of war, and that it is not
adapted to existing conditions. AVe
therefore favor such legislation as
will secure to the people a system of
banking surrounded by such safe
guard as will at all times furnish
them a safe, elastic, sufficient cur
rency for the transaction of their
When the vote was taken the res
lutions were adopted without dis
cussion and with a shout. Xot a
voice was heard in the negative.
Then resolutions were passed
giving hearty endorsement to the
work of the reform committee on
FIRST l Till: FOREMOST LIKE.
11 V J. H. liKAPr'OKIi.
I -tood lo-d:.y ujion the ridgi
Wheu once the blue hr
And gazed upon the pi dn lielow
: 'pr which the charging
Among the stones no Ion:
came upon a lit tie mound
That only the front rank had
A little mound left all alone:
I'nmaik'd by lion er or cypress wreath.
To show that some regretful heart
K mi -inhered him who slept b.neath.
But ha'f way hidden by the gnus,
1 found a broken br.nel stave:
The head board, which sou e fot mau"s
Had kindly placed upon his grave.
And on it trao d these touching word,
In letter- I could scarce divine
A rebel, name unknown who fell
Firal in tir r':remit liiie."
. , , , .
No more, and vet what nienioiu:
We,.(. we.lU(.u,.(1 pv lhat scanty
.Vjain I leard the .a. lying shout.
Again I saw the ranks abl;7.-
Onep m re the air with smoke was thick.
Once more the gtouud with blood vsas
Where, like two serpents liihe and tierce.
The w restling squadrons met.
The th 1,1 wa'
liare do grinning skulls
hastlv in the cl. ar moon
For in a hill nol far a ay
The tlead wele gathered sid
Yet none had touched the little mound;
Mayhap !.y chance. r by dtslgn.
They left him wheie tleith struck him
First in the foremost line.''
And they did well than- let him rest
I What h; tter tomb than Nature gives;
Th- shroud she spreads o'er his remains
The g:ecn turf kissed by summer suns,
And washed bv summer uiins.
When years . u years have pass', I
Telling his children grouped aroun.
The story of i lint mv lul day,
May not forget to speak of one
Whose nameless grave is
The gallant heart that throblted its last,
",' in the foremost line."
Perchance for linn a mother's soul
Sought God upon that fearful night.
When lirst the diielul breezes bote
i Disastrous tidings ot the tight.
Aral in the autumn twilight gray,
lielike sad eyes, with tea mil stiain.
Gazed northward very wistfully
that ne'er would come again.
lor him s une hash young hie'
Dio-'ped wearily from week to week
Struggling again-t the gnawing grief
That uie the roses in her cheek.
Till pitying IVith. with gentle touch,
S-t sleep e'ernal in her I'aee.
And son-owing for the rescs gone,
Planted his lilies in their place.
God's peine te wiih tine in thy nst.
Lone dweller in the alrang. rs land.
At .1 may the mold above thv breast
Lie lighter than a sister's hand.
hi other brows let careless Fame,
H.r fadele.-s wreath ol laurel twine,
Enough lor thee; thy epitaph:
"Firtt in the f jremust tine.''
S. Itl 1U. 1SS.
Tai,eraric np,is i.,,r,i..
" """" workii. iniors
1-cv. ('. S. Buig,--. past,
naele lJijitit (,'huixh. ;. now
niglitly u ..(1 i -uie-.ti.
r ol Tab r
n; in the
lie m Y .-
k m-u.,r i-
talxniac'f on IJenie tric'.
are beiui: lie'.. I Uiioiui U.e. we
i tfi v t a ser.es ol' inci-lin
'S 1(1 h.
1 there i-onimeiif iiil; iu .t wipk bv Hcv
r V' i....i ..c v;i.,.;,.t .
I , , , "
inaKiii,' :i lo .1 i:iipr
i siuii upon oui eui.i-. lie -I'.n.ui a:
i Wake Fnrest. is ;,n in eivMin-peaker a a!
eotBiuaods the attention nf Ins li.-areis.
1 He is a oiini; innii. oriiniiih
I ""d' U I'lHinty, He In ju-nt
t'veat in Pamiii o e uu'. v, both teiehuig
land lalxirmg in the miniMry. Heua?
principal ot the an lemeie Aea demy and
also ecrvt d four chuiel.es, those a' It iy
boro, "andeniere. Hay rin k an I
Having ae 'eiited the c ill to the' new
i church of this city. Mr. lturge- m n!e n
j dp'ay in en'ering upon lhe uiirk. The
ui'oniDl ness is no ilnuM indie uive of h'
ciiaratter, and we hope to see ilie Tab-r-;
i n iele ehiireh tlourih and grow under b:
: labors. Tb 'Se whom he has been serving
pe:iK in liign terms ot t Heir appn eaii i .n
of his worth. One of them wiito u-:
"lie is a t a lent el and cult in e m hi ig m in
of line ability, and a chanicng oi :,toi : our
warnust hopes are s It ; i hhn '
The Tabelll icle which lci been eieet.d
lor teieporiiy u-e is i'?4'l tiet. It i
cheaply built but it has been made eomfoi t
able in every way.
The-inemliei s of I hp new chureh hie
inoT: d with commendable zeal and dis
patch in erecting at.d tilling up their tem
porary house of wor.-hip and they an-.
now casting about io set tire a suitable
lot in the western half of tiie eily on
which to bui'd their elaceh. When it i
secure 1 we bespeak for Hum the 1 early
co-operation ol all our citizens i:i their
i tl'ai Is towar l- building and aro -ati-li d
it will lx- lbrth-eoming. :
COLLEGE O Jl M E X ' E.M E X TS.
U RKE.NSIiOKO FKMAI.F. COIJ.KOK.
Greensboro Female College will b ,!d
its commencement ixci'iises .Tune 5;li
The annual s niimi will be preached
by President John Kilgo, . f Trinity Col
lege, Durham, N. ('., in the morning an 1
the address to A'Uiima: in the eveicug
by Mrs. John W. Hays, of Oxford.
l ue graduating e.vreises win tie on
Thursday with a lit.fary address in eon-
neeiion with them by President j;. it. :
Craighead of Cleinson College, S. C.
The annual cjneeit will Ije held Thurs-!
In the graduating class of this school is
Miss Adelaide Caller of Ne v B.-n.e.
The fifiy-eighth coinmercement of Da
vidson college t Ibosbyterian.) will lie
from June 9ih to 13ih inclusive.
On Sundav the 9th the b iccalnun ate
serm n will be preached by J. ii. Sheaivr. I
D. D., LL , D. . at 1 1 a. 'in., and the s r- j
mon belore the i. M. C. A., that night bv
J. F. Boyd, I). D.
Monday, '.he 10th is class day.
The celebration of the Literary So
cieties will beheld on the 1 lth at 8:30
The annuil oration will be on the 12 b
and the j inior oratorical conte-t th it
night; one of the representatives of the
Phi society is fiom that far away country .
Shun the remainder are ot North an I
South Caro'ina. The Ac'acou banquet'
will also be held ou the 12th. i
The graduating exercises will be held j
on Thuisday the lath at II a in.; the)
Alumni banquet at (5 p. m.. and the re
ception in the college buildings from 9 to
12 p. ni.
The iVake Forest ( Baptisl ) comm. nce
ment will be held .bine lOih to 13th. in
elusive. Monday is classday. with exeicises ai
:15 p in.
Tuesday th. re w i: I !e a gymn i-r'c . x
hibition, and the alumni address will he
delived by Prof W. L. Pot. a'.
Wednesday, that supcib orator. Hon.
T. Ma-son. will deliver the a. I Ires to
the I.itterary Societies in '.he morirng.
and l!ev. II. M. Wharton will pr.iuli the
Bac alaunate sermon at ninht. ;
And on Thursday, the l:ith. the last
day, there will be ora'ions by the class.
and a conceit and social Lathering i
Improvement!! at Hotel Xeusee.
Manager Fred Perry ol Hotel Neusee
has put the place in the 1 e-t shape now
that it has ver been in. Mme space has
been given I" the dining loom, and ir. a-j
well as other pans of the hotel, has ln.ui
newly furnished. j
The hotel otfice is a cool and airy one,
4.r)xla leet, and the .hummer's sample j
room in Uie well ventilated and lighted
l utsenieul is exactly the same size. ;
The pa lor is handsomely Iu: nished and
is suppped v, Ith a tine piano ot superior;
make and the remainder of the hotel is'
furiii-hed correspondingly. Being a neat,
well arranged and nicely-kept house,
centrally siiu ited, it ought to command i
a fair share of patronage,
see it do well.
PEOPLE TALKED A ROl'T.
The Shah af Persia, w ill
a table on which a salmon
G. neral Lord Wolseley says there never
was so little drunkt une-s in the British
army as at present.
! The fastest speaker in the world is Sig
I nor Giiuiahh, the Itdian depuiy. who ui
! ters 200 words in a minute w i tl i ease.
1 Etlde Thompson of Chirksville, Ind , is
! oiPy 4 years old, but he w eighs 124
pounds, is it fee; li inches in height, has a
40-inch waisP-and and we.fS a OA hat.
j James Whitcomb Riley i- one of the
I slowest and most laborious of writers. lie
digs his pencil into the paper so hard as
to make impressions on several sheets be
; James Whitcomb Riley will not le, lure
next season, but will apply himsell to the
w riting of a novel of IIoo,ier lite.
Marie Harder, a D..uish lady, has just
published a volume cf poems en tit I. d V u le
j St ir. She is 70 years old, and this i- her
i tn.yt literary venture.
I E la Wheeler Wilcox has a Persian cat
! for which she paid 400.
! Gen. Lew Wallace is about to begin a
! new story. "Ben Ilur" will soon be
translated iuto Armenian.
Margaret Mai lotf is a Brooklyn young
j woman who Ins inventul an ingenious
t rolley fend, r.
John Wauamaker U about to purrhase
I the o!d Peabo.lv Hotel propeitv in Puila
Idilphiain order to turn
it let an diebri
, ,. ,, ... .
i ne ai i i vai oi uie i.iu
iu Washington is causing something of
a tluiter among the fair sex there. He is
boyi-b-looking and lias auburn hair.
(iilen Victoria considers the young
women of Ireland the most b autiful iu
The late Lord Sell) rne was considered
by the English the greatest lawyer of his
age and country. Ib- had a singularly
acute intellect and his memory was pi o
digious. Prof. C. V. Kilcv thinks that telepathy
exists among insects, and that it is by bins
sixih sense that they are enaoltd to com
municate with each other at a distance, a?
many of them exi-lenlly do.
l' liVl'TINI' IMSTOKK.
Ki. KiiIiis lord 1, Next Heck-
It. v. Mr. IN.rl.r ill 'mm Al.oill lllf
Sim-'iiv ! I fv. IIu'u- l-',,r,r
a.iU r. e 1 1 : v ie-ine 1,
aau- 'fiint-il:iy by
wli-'tV i e-
i i. it. He i:i
, v' 1
-;i n i ;!
'.' Ta-la Hi.
1 1-1 t'. cil
i t! em (-fin-
bn t .ev uili
t-ive im u'li
lij.v. a i l i
1 a ,;ia ; -p li 1 'in i nie . Hi-
!' : the :''M"tv .le Hot iii-iltlffil ft
Mi. I o; i '..ei pii-p r L o i e Hindi ait
'o : a:-. ,.., !, - de.-ii g t'ec. li i.e, 'argr ( l.l lavorit." Atlncie Hot-1.
-V ' di-.i id i.'i-e':' !.. "Ui'piop'e. They ai! ei'jveil thnn-el vi s m nn-in
lie - a i !e' ha; our -i oiker .n 1 '"ehat' and w aik aouuid the town am I
11 ' f : i.e a ,: e-ai - i : a'i 'i pa t r i ver , dimi--! .vhieh wa s rxa d in the pciou
in the ,;:v. It will he wnh eii'e'iu d re- iliaiung had ot' the Allude. Tw.. t 1 1 io -gi'et
thai oar ; ,. ,P: , ', will e l: n mid hi I were m1 and at iaeh tab'e i v rv ".ie-
a 11, la - e a 1 1 1 ' 1
! Mon head
t. -the pn'pit
le wiii ..n!er
id :! of .lune
: at head
I lav sav
Kev. .n.!iei .!. J'.,!
( '.W, i a- a, , pie I ., , ,
wl.L k Mr. !',, -,a. at,-.
11 1 0:1 1 : 1 : . 1 k ! 1 n! the
Mr. I'one: ii - been p ,-t
oi ly a little over -i moni
1 ii ie .0 1 a- 1 , 0 . , 1 lie or, ier. "v . an
vo e 111 Mil the church va o uiiy
e i. "
Itl 'I I1M II To Tlir. i:itv I, AST.
J.111111 ol Kiilcisli'x Viiinrs ii!yol
10 the Limit of Their Ticket
-'iiiliniotitH n ilie Order Main
e vi-Uor- to the
( on'ed ra'e iiioni.m, nt uiivoiling are an,
1.0111a d as rem. 1 'Mmg nil' i! the l;-t day
,i ... a. .an. . .. 1 , 1 .1.1 1
u.u 1... 11 e.-eo. uie ,j'i.
( ' u'e h ri 11- : i.e -
1 uie i ioa'i .
wa- in I : 1 1 i i i 1 on the day of the uiiveilii)'.
i uu o; 1 u 1 11111 w 1 n 11 a t i l1 o w ..s ie-
, , ... .
iii:i!'!,;i',!,'. 1 ) tirmg the w hole ot the .lav
we ,,, rcr saw the slightest appro .eh to
any k:-..i ol u, .',,!,. wor or hra,,l ot any
th ii o: at lerw a r- Is. and we tec it
i aie, i
that lllC'e w i- not .-;e-'ie all'.st Ileele
that day. Sir-li conduct speaks extreme
ly wed for -Uch a multitude, the target
as one p 1 1 er ui- it, that ever wa in-Hah-i'jli.
ekce, t wh.n Slierma.rs arm
pas.-, d through. !
Tlirongh.-ir t'.e cay. w hile th, re w i s a i
j 'v ot reunion an 1 a ioy in ilie necoie-
phsliic nt of the p itriotic cveut and an
ndeiise m eres; m everything peitainm
to it, thcie was a eabnne-s an-i an cai n, .-t i quite me-, iy int. d up in in- nu-aiex -i.ki , 8.r package barrel b,,es. Tins
r-ess that well beiitied the natme of the j we have seen sp. cimcn" of very good j makes a total of ::,0"G l-oxm iu three con
iinportar.t oc. a-ioii. J wrk that he is doing for some of our fit- I " culive das an aveiage ol one thousand
11 Mi,' atie'lllon I I'll WP " ;V, to 1 he
speeches and , ther main is of the .1 iv we
did n 't allude to the el .bo-ate and beau
tiful devoiatio ,s which iidorne 1 the nub.
lie buildings, the schools, tin; bu-tness
h iiises an 1 many re-id .-nee-. Tiiey were
probably the most numerous and the
b.-st ev. r (bsplayid iu the c.ty. They
were truly grand.
AX IXfOIlHEt'T AI)A;ll.
Xi Man Has Been Found to Fill Cap!,
nctiinnis' llae in Plaoina: Iluo.v
orreetly in Our Waters.
We have often h al'd it said that as soon
as one man drop out of a place he is
holding, another is ready to li l it. Talk
ing with a ste mi r captain of experience
he informs us that the old adage has lie n
proven f'd-e. Tnere ha- never been a
ma", found to put the Nense r:er bu ,s
in r.ght since Capt. McGm: is died a tew
years ago m Not folk.
'I he buoy intea.'e 1 U r Wilkinson's
point is so Inr out ot place that ii'a
mariner .'id not know which point it was
intended far. he could nut tell wdnlhi-r it
was meant Ji.-r Wilkinson's point or
Cheny point, oth, rs are out of place
Nt u-e river is not the only place w here
.-uch a s ate ol all'a rs pi vai's. The baoys
in the N. C sounds a weil as in the river
were di-plaeed by iheico of last winter
Maiivoffheiu have never been put back
at ab. aril .h asp that have Un put back,
have b- eu put lin k wiong. It is said that
tie- buoy a'M.ve Croutat' light v as dropped
nv, rboar.l withruit the bod even stopping
while l'le-i-'ent Cleveland was on his
ducking hull!, -in, I that it Wa- dropped a
quarter or ha'f mile out of coirect
If th se gnidis io i avigalioii are not
going lo i e iooke i a,te: pr- perly, w hat is
the use . f pretending to do tt .' There is
li i b Iling uh.-n -tieli cai e't -sness ai d ni g
1. ct ncgu t ca use -ei'ious trouble.
We ar - irf line 1 that the Philadelphia
lb-cord !a-t Week called addition lo the
negl ct i I buoys- in Nor ", ii Carolina. We
have don,-s, i icj.e .te.liy: w le re does the
lauit lie. Cannot Ihp matter he reiuedii d
A TALE OF Fllllt BEARS.
One liilleil Alter he Kills a llnj-A
Raccoon Humor t'oines Fnexiect
cil.v I'poiiTlireeAnil 'oitlln't Het
Away Fast Enough to Suit II I t.i
sell. A Vandemeiv eorrcsiioudeut
the following account of two bear a lveu-
tiires in t hat neigh I -v'ttn : I
One week .-.go, a darng tea:- yi.-ited
Mr. James Bid. i's hog pen. from which
he was ,,-,vcn be'i're he cu d ..cconiobsh
;U)V , ,,.
The in xt night he came to a .other
man'- en, and secured Ins prey a large
ind . an V .ng her a shoit disr:.ne
into the w i'.h rues- and taiiiig pait of her,
he left. Next morning the heg was
found, and oae-h irth of her was miss-
2 nai a, ternoon, thev li lc I a. gu n , but
dela v i ng the act of cock i ng the gun 1 11
evening, it was unavailing, for the smart
monsler came after thev lef'r, and before
they cocked the gun. and stole the dead
ho-awav. However, they found it again
next day, and that ev mug tiled and
cocked the gun and killeil the bear that
The n xt ni'Mit while Mr. Call Sawyer, '
while out hunting, his dogs to ed, aad '
going to them think tig it was a raccoon, j At Portsmonih, Va.. Mr. Kebbe'l Ham
he beheld, to his terror, three be ns -one ilion. c L-br.d, d his s."i h l.iithday '(!.
old. uu, I two voting onis. 'Tis said that
lr. Sawyer w as he .rd a quarter of a mile
n o,,, -, ap ,,,c ,...o,.-. -o, ,.o, ...
.... , I,., .... 1 .. .,!, . ti,l
in.. Idlest his escape and ins wonder,
I'M VERSIT V EX1
1 XX I Vi
In Connection Willi its fommcne
mciit Exorcises Special Railroad
Rates Will he Oiveii.
One hundred years ago the University
of Ninth Carolina leg an its active life, i
, riii ii e
The long, u-elul and honorab'e career of
the Institution makes it a loyal duty and
,i ,,y,, 1"",,,- o'.u.i ,L,t,u,,,L
the Centennial Anniversary of her biit'i.
I-or tins cele'iratiou the i rustees and
raeiiity have set apart Wednesday ol
Commenc. ment week. .Iitup ."i. lsDa.
Th,- r-.it-,,,--;.,- s is li-lin.r non h, r
Centeimid Bulled, v. i- at lier 'highest
point of, Hi lencv in" equipment, teaching.
..... .. ., - ,. ' , ...'a.,....."
sou! w ii o ui she i ms MpadZ.iUmh, i rr--n,,t 1,,J"-el, un" !l lul1 ""v ' -'"-v - ""-' pr
iii everv pr,.f.sSi., and ,n every com.min-' exWtt'd' previous . her trnd that . onvn led her. ,
ilv wilf-adnr around their Ahna Mater! T1"' German g-n a riim.-nt has contracted I'll- sentence was 1,, wars , he p,-niten-at"
Pus great fstival to honor her for the 1 U ltl' tlle North German ',. 'ovd and t he kiiy. . . !
wt.ik st e ha-done and to strengthen her , Hambiirg-Amene m steamship lines l,,r I he , iil dock, I wa- neatly cieaied this
f-.r lie work -he has vet to do. the consti iictton of u n ocean liners which teilu and Judge I.oykin gave geiietal i
Piesideiit Winsloa sivs that arrange
r.ienis will be nade lo liunish aecoinuio-
dations f.r all wh i may conn; and special
rates will h' granted on a 1 rail loads.
The. Oovprnment's if I a, 000,000 suit
against the estate of the lale belaud Stan
lord will be tried m the United Stales
Court at San Fraueiseo early in Juue.
(KMDVAItV ! 1. S II 1 I SI' 1IM.
A ii:y liin.- :il iIor-li-:l tity Kin-
n.r I ll I li . A I Im n I i . H l . I .
''Ailrlii:!it ul tbi.t' w.i'i- 1 w i T ' : ! ;i!
t .ai the f-t.u when t'.. r. ar M. K.
M ir licad ( 1 v T!.'.!;- ay i-vt-n'ii.'.
The t rain n;b-i :,: t a r. i n r l r!ia-
me pn.leil oat at ; 1 1 1- I ; t lee 'e.
Kvirv c.ir w.. ! il- liiubt inn
:t v, with uieii v. j)!(m no i-lvii. h aiian.
an 1 tbt-ir iep i-:;ve j-n lit-
The ')i'nie a iv.ui at 'ia'.li ;i I at
10:1"), aail tiie nHl'tilu'e of p ''P'O 'ii.it
i iei!i)i)eil it -li-p' iv il !ran ilie tr.in in
dirlcen; diixv'ii!,- ino-t of il:
V'lire.' hid a ih.ir. 'l'id eeuvmii nee
wa- du to the i h a r i r ri -a g. -i 1 1 n t of the'
Afa r a'' h i 1 h ol dime r ,,g v .
w, leal, the-. 'I ',, P,, aa:. e : nd'oi'.it
Maeoi, wa re t ne proie, p, ; ;,; , , t- ,1 le
bv the pi rue-. .:ne 1 w vent nr. -d "tit :
-11 s.-a an 1 were gentiv to-.-i 1 n. in ny 1 in; .
, Wavi ol Ilie w Alia. tie. Il.ew.a'hei
. wa line, an I a -t'eelv -Hong b: ' pn-
v.-iilcd. No he le. wnit her ..r -ai.ni'
Vive 11 ell 1 she
I Splendid ordi r w;,s 111 1 nl-eiiol un .h 1 .
1 the sl.illlul iiiana". im lil o. L hi, f Ma i.-bal
i (' Hul'iris and his :.;M .llt. aid
1 Suoerin'endaiil .1 M. How. oil all iuii'"
llhediy. It i- 111 sua'! mi lei t . king f ,
j demand perdvt aider, on i-ch an oeea-
1 vs,.-i i.uiy v.ii-ii 1 11, . e . - mi. h
a 1 1 1 go . i'owd as
C.l.t I '. : i
. ( . , 1,. ,
1 it ill- .1 ..ii e 1 r:....
iim, : - 1 , r, , , 1 , m .111 . 1 iaoe',.1' - i- I . o.
. rs. ptilhd the bell lone 'or the train b
1 . .. ,
le ive at :-' o
, , ,,
He l-.tl.ll.. Il
inw tr-nn vlti ! I o , r i 1 1 1 , ,1 1 I . f i
; j;, w ,;' ,
ui)lult ,. ,, ,
a. . i ... .
aiiiwni; ueie at r ji. ni.
Di li XI. VV I'lltlllK.ltll'lll li.
! Mr. Wiiistr.'iil lining II.mmI Work :mil
Alo I'rfimri ns; til Open a Itm-Uct
Mr. F. M. Win-lead, the photograph, r
who latently moved here from Vi!-on i-
M r. Winste id Is
about to op; n a !
racket store. It will be below the photo-
tograph gallery and be run largely by
mcmbeis ol Mi. W insli-ml - I onlly.
The goods for ilie slo'e are now ar
riving, about a -tliousillld dollars worth
have arrived ... d more .i.e on I he way
They wall be unpacked and p -need
spee bly and the sloie opened i.ext ek. ,
Ihe lit, nor of the sto.e ha-b,ei. parti.dly ,
repaltred and made na.ly f -r li s occu-j
l)linrJ ' !
A XEW I1ERXE EXTEXAItIAX.
Boru ou Ro$iic RanUs. ITllg. i'anl,1 to
w Rome in lsl:i. at 21 Tears 01,1
.Vow 10't and Slill Active.
Tin re lives at No. 47. Jones sue t. in
this city, an ng d colmed woman. Rachel
Sini. uons, wh according to her -.'abluents,
is 1():J years old. She has no dire, t
written evidence ol th .1 do of In r h;ri h.
but the date 1792 an I her age co; re-ponding
tlieieto aie set forth in two wa.s
which agree and hi in sh reasonable i vi
deuce that ihe figures are correct.
She says that at the time her oaiig. st
daughter was born she w ,s 40 ye rs old.
That (lauh'cr is now ."57 her icje is le
corded in the fami'v bible. This makes
the mother 10:5.
Again, there is historical evidence that
the mother was in New Peine in l8l:i.
that she came here in that vear. She
says uei age was uaieii -ne came io mis ,
1 .. ... . .tl ...1. i. . .i : i .
town and thai tallies exactly with the!
other story, and lairly i -ta! 'lishps hi r agi . j
I hough past a hundred, the woman at
tains her memory pretty well, converses
intelligently, and can s'ill walk around.
She says she wa- b -ru on Bogne banks.
C.uleiet county, and lived there until she
came to New Bei ne in 18-13 at 21 years ol
A telegram to the. Richmond Dispatch
from Walkert.in, Va.. tells of the death ol
a col. eed woman of I h at place, w ho wa
110 last l hdober. She w.i- form, rly owned
by Co'. Win. Pern II- ton of that county.
This is ahead of the one in Nt W Heine,
but as our centenarian is -till alive, she may
Vet It arh 1 hat age.
Sicntilically i'estiny: the Waters ol'
This Region In Hook mid Line
Mr. C las. Malloi y. lilauager of the I )'.!
-' ,i'i''i.. ,. te.iii..-ii.p J.o.e, iu.ii.io; laini
New Y.-rk to G.dvcstotl and Kev Wett, I
Mid his friend Mr. fiohhs. of the saine,
ofliee are at the Chattawka Hotel. Thev '.
i ""ice are at tee e iiaitawke. no.ei. i ney
j came lo New LeriK expres-iV lotiy Ihe,
I "ck flhii.g in Tlent liver scieu. ilieally. ;
! bringing an assoitmcnt of rods, reels and i
i "t" r ,;lckle ia quanuty and vari. ty
j wlueli !i""i"'"'t not only Ihe nalives but
lie hi, Might also live sand worms.
packed in kelp, and other appioved bans
irom "New ion. w ;tu ,i view to determine
lot- himself ami a Inst of angling i xpeits
who are awaiting with anxiety, whither
rock h-h can betaken in these waters as
they l.ave ue-n i.,r a g- neialn-n past m ine
waieis aiouii.i -sew i o 1 1 . ami ine .xew
I iv'-ghonl coas .
It is to be hoped l.e will succee 1 ''r h"
! prom.s, s m , i hat event l hat all the hslmig
I clubs Will lollovv in a body.
i " " ""
M.VVS IX ICR I EF.
I neslav and alter neeiving m mv coi-grat-
I ulations, ,h&l siiddt uly of apop'l. xv.
U !S Iteq.y.-d that lill-Sll Will no! Coll
sent to Japan's military occupation of
Corea, and tint she will -non i.qie-t
Japan ta recall her g u risou- m th d c'nai-
! Adispdeh from Shanghai savs it is
; rumored that China will r, pudiaie her
'a, i,, ,, .,,. I , ;, !,
I to Japan ill consideration of the 1 , 1 ' ei "
abandonment of the I.iao Tung
1 1 n,,,
The Wa-hiidon Post oil itts a pl'oini-
. v. v ... ,,. 1 . ; ,
, choa'te got a retainer of bHl.tiim to'argu."
- muiim. 1;,xt wuu an ,,ni I, r-: a no uig
i th.it he was to get another slon.nOo il lie
Micceided in bavin-.
no law- dedaied tin-
The RiX'kv Mount Argonaut
. - ' ;-
I nCi:"ll,U U' ' ,C o 'Vd !' lar;
el,,'M "'f ,c ;'IM'h-'''M; '"t
short about one hall. Peach and oilier
i may he convert' d into auxilia v ciuiscrs
in the event war.
. Trinity C'olJeg- has had a prosperous
.year. It ha- List students and len pr
less .rs. It ha- a pr. i uatory
Trinilv. in Ihlndoloh roniite nndatli'i-
at'mg "schools id lonesboro." liuilington.
Bellwood, Pilot Mountain,' Morvea and
t:s ADiiit r
'"' -" l '').
;:Klwr.l in niMl llri.ll, TKI.
I'.I.H klicrrics have made lln b' : ):) I - ,
: nee IN lllal lie I. Tie Y 1'' lai 1 at I ! 0
!' n ia ill pel ipiar!.
A ictter lioin tla- Mate Trea.-mer to
-a i! ti-li inspeetor, -I. I!. I'-irsinis, tate-
ta;tt "i.!v .'Ts 7-'! have been turn, d into
ioin -ae e '.he
M rs. V . I.. Kenix ily anil I)eniK-f.'y
W (,.l. !' Fulliiiit Cn ik ii- d iIhihil'Ii
e.ii'.ii'e to Mnieheail tat y '11 a ibhini;
V"'ie. Tliev are the pioneers ol the Mote-
iea I ea-on
About live bundled tienple. Iroin along
ilie line oi ilie , . ,v . . . i . jj. k. altemleil
lie ciniding eeriii.onie-. There were
out two tlioii-.ind thai Weill liom Dur
ham. iue New I ii ver I nil i e pi eted I o be
re i dy for gue-w by the miiidle of June, o
'.'- 'he .laek-ouville Times. W. II.
U'M'- '- t!i- fontra. tor.
v,'e ,r1,., in I he I hi lieu 1 1 Sun of
:(ie, fot ahgator havmg b en cap.
,.,..,,,1 .,( , .,,.,..,.. 1 i.r.. v..,..,,,,
partv ol pleasure seekers Iroin t' at
'city. They pi-op.isi- taking the aligator
hoiiio with tlean.
A ' 1 rnev- .John
nd Se mour
II meek. Inun as cngton. . . (
1 1 '1 11 a 1 e. I b fore .liul;e Seviiioiir in a eae
of A' i 111 a'alt Thursdays liUel case against I
1 In-Slein.or Aurora. The evidence Was j
1 osen and tie- argument- made,
Mr. .!. M. Keel, of Keelsbor
: v , i,,t , , ml:lli, l)V UM) ,i. eiivular pn. e
v li-t i.r i,is "Pii.i-i .nd i',.iiti, i-'-.
: He brei its live fao:ite vari, Pes i f fancv
poiinry and lias luitidre is ot Inn- young '
chick, ns coming on for a fut lire supply. i
The. Order of Faith. Hope and Charity j
i- consi, h r.n;; the id, a of having an ev '
e.ir-ion dy sieamer e. l month. Iwo
ph.. have been mi l-p-Ii d. Trenton and
foil ll.rnvvpll. As the taller is a place
that ha not be. n mil. h u-ed by picnic
pllllu-i We jl'dge 1 1 ill I the d.S'llc ol
inaiiv to visit it would in it-i If be an in
dil. em -lit t" some lo go if I lie op v. 1 1 unity
-Imii d be alfonl, d.
l.lien lliirrel.i li'r llu.i I roin tine Fajui
Mis is. llaekbi.rn A diet got oil
mother large cabbage shipment the gl2.nl.
barrels w Inch from one fan
We stated licit six hands cut and pack
ed the 1,1-22 packages of cabbages -cut oil'
by Mis-rs. llackbuui A W libit yester
day. We should have said simply t'.nt
six hands cut them, which is snip r.siiigl y
l.lUv u ,R.n u js (.1111B-H,crc , mt ,',
,.,iUli( (hcir bb jrs , lhl, 0 iMw
( ),l(,r . (H(, t,i(j c.kj.f Xll(.,., we,.e
Uvt)v,; ,lJlm,s to t,'iat ,liu.t of ,e work,
I)esill,s these that have already gone,
th. re w ere 200 packages ready lust night
fir a staiter on today's -hipinents.
First Shipment of Xew rolAlneti.
Mr. A. J. Collins of Maysvil'e made a
shipment of new Irish potatoes on Tins
.1 .v May 21st, 189", to Ihe Northern rr.ar
k. is The shipment was small, simply
hi", c h.rre's, but it is the beginning.
This is the tli st we have beard of Ibis
season, and notwithstanding the extreme
cold and wet weather we leaiu that Mr.
Collins has a good crop.
Frost and Snow.
There was another frost near New
Heine Wednesday night, the 22nd iust.
but no barm resulted. Some report
having seen frost in the city on roofs early
in the morning.
Since the week begun there has been
snow in the interior ot the state -imply
enough to say it snowed that is all but
even that is astonishing tor almost the
Fifty Yearn a 1'riet.t
A very interesting occasion will lie Ihe
celebration, next Sunday at Fayettevillc,
of the Jubilee of Bishop Watson of the
Episcopal church, it lieing the fiftieth
anniversary of his elevation to the priest
li' -n I.
The Cape F. ar and V. V. Railroad will
run a -pedal train out from Wilmington
to Faycttcville Sunday morning to enable
the people of that city to attend Ihe pleas
ing exeicises incident to so important an
oc.a-ion, returning to Wilmington that
ni-dit, and the W. N. and N. Riilroad
1 nianagemeii). m order to afford the people
J of New Berne an opportunity of p.rtiei
i p. ding will sell on Saturday afternoon
train a round trip ticket bom New Heme
i to Favetteville and return for 4..")U.
These tickits are good only on the
Sunday special out of Wilmington and
return to New Berne on either train of
I he W. N. and N. Railroad Monday.
'!" l'rl Asylum and Orphans
The Oxlord Orphan's Friend comes
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and a ne.v out hi, it announces, from top
The Mist issue is an eight-page one. It
, ,.oul.lilw mwU nd'ormaiion desirable to
, have on matters lxirtaining to Ihe asylum.
asybitn is managed and conduct-
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.,,.,i,i 1 1, i ,1, ,1 i.e limit- oii'liiris a brief
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1 'Ulle llf the diicctors is our
- ,j. (d-een Nearly a
. (l,.vot,.(l to his career, f i the time he
a ,,,,,, i,-, r...- ,v, i. ., u
: ( (() ttu S(.n( ,;, vvhen he has
t achieved su'-ces--that (alls to the lot of
Mr re. n has for a number of vear-.
bei n a dire, tor in the a-v I tun and is one
f i's sia.-.nchest ami uio-l zeabnis fr
PAMLM O SFPER.OR rO. RT.
v s,,,,,'f ','r," b" S"""' """"''"
Pan.'.,-., court was caned to omci
1 u s.i i y morniiiL'. ))i onip. i v ai 10 o c.oci.,
l.y -lud.-e E. T. Moykin. The .Judge was
i very plain and pointed in his charge to
the'jmy and only .cii-uniol one hour m
l!i. hard S.nitli, who was charged with '
br, ak ing c .en .vi r. .1 . t . I timer s store.
tt.ts tin -i i j u.r.i.t, ii1,, .ii,-. nit,.., ,,
a tliree v.ai's in the penitentiary. The
i ni, n. e was lighter than was gem nil h
. j ', ' , . i... .?,. i ... .',
expected a- he was knoun to ha, e lie.-n a
(Z y.'VXn'd, ,-h .rgl with wil-
ful murder, was aNo iroii dit into court i
'l'ue.s lav evening and
she had no hiw-
ver and was imahi" t" pr, cure one, Ihe
court appointed .lain s J-;. ( I'llara to ap- ;
.,'.'11 1". IM. ue ,.,-.-ioii,- .isim-.io,
sp, ei.d y. niie ,.f 2.', ...,v. w .... were sum-
,id ... app-ar W . dm -d .y mo, nn.g
The cm. cue.- was in i eumsi aid nil and It 1
Court aojounied Wednesday evening at
I'clock, le ,v i"g no one in Panihe-i jail. 1
The New 1! rue bar was well repiv-
sentid by V. W. (Ink. W.E.Clarke,
I . K. J nomas, 1 1 . 1 , . 1 1 , l is, l ,. .1 . jlloore ,
H. C. liitehur.-t, V . T. Caho. and W.
, J)- Mi-rver. The latter made a flying trip
" h's hicycle.
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1 fig JLcir8.CS L O LOCK ' -P
; Largest S1
IN THE CITY.
ATTU U T ATT K N T ID !
. . . And Are . . .
Bound to Please !i
And iiKik(i Grow
the ever Mourishing
Tree that be;us Fruit
which will a 1 ways
! please every one and
j brillg SUCCCSS tO tO
Firm who knows how
1 4 -. A I fr4 len
( IVJ VI liov.
At Retail 10c. a tail.
, Sab' By
Wholesale Grocer, - - -IC Kidilo St.
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