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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, JUNE (5, 1895.
GMtoria la Dr. Samuel Pitcher! prescription for Infants
. Md Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotto saostanee. It is a harmless substitute
, for Parejjorie, Drops, Soothing 8yrups, and Castor Oil.
'It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
'. feTerishness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
' cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
tee t bluff troubles, cures constipation and llatulcncy.
ir Castorla assimilates the food,"' reflates the stomach
and bowels, civinu healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
etna for chfl-
Mmh n b-ara- repcaUdly told turn of its
food ssTaot a post IMr children.'
1 - Da. a. C Oeoooo,
- "CMtorfe al the bast rantady for children of
rtich I nrm'" I hope tho day is not
mint anas wflloomklwUMrwl
t o (hair ehUtlran, and aaa Castoria in-
of h vmrtow quack aostru-na which are
- JiaMi J fa,thfar tavad tea, by forcing opcam,
aaorphiaa, aoothJns; syrup and other hurtful
Hula Sows their throat, thereby ac ruling
Da. J. T. Koscsnnvo,
TV Cmtamr Caaaiaa-sy, TI M
. H, Cutler tSr
- ' " - l'" A sr-' . -wSw1
' -'A ' . r
- v XT'" i J'.
- . 3. - -! if-
(t;--lrs prGonii :to Mt your
.V 1 1 Dvelliiis Jiis SpriiiiL?
. "If so a few thing should inter
est yon: ...
: IsL Tfca C7XL1T7 ef Paint to be used.
ial Ba Ctrvcriaf Capacity.
- ttS-lTS CCST.
, l?pIIaTe you beanl o! LONG
MAN MARTINEZ " Pure Taints,
the actual e.M of which i less than 41.-35
per f If not call or sen. I tr a
0py of thrir Guarantee. Af cr naing
tbeae paints Once 50a ill oe no other.
J. C UHttVi & CO.
-. Afsta tor UKWAH 1CA5TCII2
; ; Pure Paints.
At Eelail 10c. a Found.
For Sale By
ij. itolMMb Sneer, - - - ICiile St
J iv THESE WARM DAYS.
C BT DBISIUSO OOK
t SICE, COOL DttADGHT BEER,
',: Sew aad ntiennre Hydraulic Pump with
" ajl altaebmenls Jut put in. cui inno-ii
'.ucooil BaUbKaala aervol iu any New York
- We also carry at (all line ol
fan wad aTaalailtrtet Llrs.n...
vf- 8a)MM or aleUcal ;u?.
iFtttersoa's Pore Vanceboro Corn
GIT US A CALi.
The Globe Saloon,
Jfsjk 97 ... JliilillrSI.
MARK CT DOCK. ar.lw(tiii
. PET -STOCK -YARDS,
for their immeusc cat
alogue to be issued this
niontli. It costs only a
EGOS FOP. HATCHING
A. Sl'ECIAII V
-.p.cial Pries. caFosls.-
F1. E. HEGE & CO.,
NEW BERNE, - N. C.
Castoria Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any preacriptioa
known to me."
II. A. Aitcnu. M. D.,
HI So. Oxford St , Brooklyn, K. Y.
'Oar physicians iu tho children's depart
ment bin spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Cnstoria,
and although we only have o.-nong our
medicai supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon It."
U sited Hospital axd Dispensary,
Alls C Smith, Pret ,
j Strata t. New York City.
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one pound of Scrap Iron
Is ever used in these goods.
DURABLE, CONVENIENT a. ECONOMICAL
An Modern Improvements to Lighten
Twenty different sizes arid kinds.
Every Stove Warraated Against Defects.
Prieee not much hlfrher at this time
than on commoner kinds of Stores.
Con on or address
STOLEN" from Ilearn it I, .key. near
Ihe mouili of npjxr Broad cn-ek. Craven
Co. od t!ie night of M iy 27th. 1S05, n
sorrel hoise, with heavy mane, very l;ug
feet, a white spot in his face and small
warts al) m his nostrils, close htidl. weigh- j
ing n t u t 00.1 lb-. Smij, 1 to have
x-en st '! n by a necri1. A mi tihle re
wani will be paid (or iccovery of same
mSSMawlt Hearn & I.okky.
Black ani Clay Peas.
A Limited Qnantily
BLACK AND CLAY PEAS.
At CnAs. 1?. Hill's,
New Born, N. C.
JAMRS G. TINSLEY and CO.,
IMPORTERS A. MASt'F A CATCHERS OF
Office & Factory at Richmond. Va.;
C. E. FOY, Manager,
orn:s atd wasxsouse at
KIWBZaiTE FOS EASTSSN NOSTS
We offer on lime Tor jnn I foenritv
a S I'A N D A It I ) CO 1 T X Ol'ANil. pH
able XoveuiU-r lrt, 1S95 one ion (liuiiio
for4X)ttii. ilerchantahle Middling Lid
Cotton. The cotton t. h - (h-livrred in
Nt-w lie rue on or before Nov. 1-t. ISO.-;.
A large supply of Kainit on hand and
will be Sold at rc.sou.iMe prices. 2 hit
A large lot of new I
NOIiTlI CAROLINA I1AM3. !
I mil li a-jeiit for "licst on K.irlh"
Mid tiold .Meilal l-'loi.r. Try a bairel.
S itiWaclion CJ uar.n.i eo, I or uinit-y refuud
e.l. Lorillard and Gail and A Snnll'a spec I
SkC'ounlrv Merchants do well to
see lue lf"re buying il-e heie, as 1 guar- ,
ante-! to 1 1 you goods i In-apt r for I he
CASH lhan .iny h"i.-e n :ho c iv. My
-tibh s are fin.- t" tin- tr ,d. .
All Coo. Is (!uar ui'e '! or liioi ey re
fnudeil. Vouis Kespitl fa' ! v
NO. 77 l!i;OAD ST.
These Drinks :
f' Ice Cream Sl-,
I Vl'iiit- A pplc Silierliet,
IV Cherry Pepsin,
C- Coo:. ' 1:1.
l.e' Wine Coca,
Z-gy Fruit Nectar
NUNN & McSORLEY'S.
" I.ony eipt-i ienee made turn w 1-,-." - i . . v .
Tliiit istlie only way tonic of its
loam wisdom by rx'pPi'ienct1. Now our
oxperieni litis tattglit its tluit the
best is always the cheapest. When
von in-e'l a pair of slims trv our
i lino of lliem. tliev do not cost much
i more than inferior shoos :tnl will do
twice the service, l'ip e-j three to
five dollar-). Now lot Haiulkeivhief.s
J. M. HOWARD.
. . - - - -
IDMEDI.KATK MFMOKIAI. POEM.
Wii'.ien bv a Uranioil l-.ilv :ml rc;nl by
I'.i'V. I. 'I'. Alu mollis ;.l Uu- Meinoiinl
M: Viri' Uu 1'" M;i V 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
I.OIl Vlnfs !i;iVl! i:- Ci 'Ml' til. f.iil'
S;iif e t In- 'la; k .i.irlu. .Iuvj-dI' .'o.i'llv
Winn tit'- yiim wnr. with naked
M:.i.- i;- .v v .lnii'. in) n our fount rvV
I n .mm have jiasM-.l; The li -I " -nl
an. I sli.w.
S har.l t' b av, n bitter ! relu u-e,
S:iieotliie deal' t' ': ;ii-. i i.w uu ul-l. ring
rillcl e; rli thvir Ilii'lir ill f'.nl.- ureal
Il'flvc Hi' n H'i le tl.ev. 't ni'ttiV t lie III
'it'i j iv u! ptii!.. "I i.'!"i'."tM i :orv
F. 'f I i aiit "s hati.l rn urc.itli ol 1 atn'e 1
' v 1 1 e
Nor ' !' tl:eir doe ! have 1-anN and miii--tri
. . i ! nub. - I '" ' -i I'llu:'!1
A;;hoiiuli liny 'oiiLtlit tor IkcIoii li tin
diutli Sot tin i -s the coriilvmi' I'ene o:i his
A ie r nl line ; innvn!;'- by llioe
Who. v.'iii'L.' mi I i 'Uu'. moi t with
" i.ea bi'' tin r !bai;lil wtli brother, soil
And a'l the land w r. .1 ith bloody
l i ay.
,V le'ilal time; l"it liuning ii the,
Oi' tli. i-o win) -Hove, a kind, ioruivinsr
' IV vi I : 'J o i'liriM'oko w v: h.rgive
Time hods nil woii'ids uiih ins uiilail-j
li u; grace. I
And sn Lhuc'.lh these izrand inaj.-stie j
Whose slurdy limbs doty the winds ;md
That m il' .mil rave anum I their ancient j
h :i'i, I
Held hili above tl oir ma.-sno moss-
yrown fornis. j
Our her. ms .-leeji '.ill linn- shall tOase to i
While ron ad tie iso rosos bloom, and
h: i 1 1 1 hi 'd- sing
And ltant hrenkers make s .ft mel
ody. And here, with tender touch, ami reverent
We br nt: our ci.oh-e-t llowers Memo
And lay them on the lowly, moss grown
f tho.-c wc loved ,- the gallant boys in
llistorie i in. is tan claim no braver
Than these, who cabnlv met a soldiers
And viohled up their live5, a willing
1'pon the nbar of their native State.
Th ink God! To-day fur peace with loving
Iloldi our grc it country in a strong em
brace And hi. is us all with lamest, tru-iing
Turn toward the future with a brighter
The morninj brea'. aline our Koutlum
i .u 1.
The loin:, dark niolit, has seen an end
And Hope our guiding star, shines clear
(iiving us courage to forget the past.
TIIF. I tl.l.l X IIIKFTAIN.
BV KVNDOI.r A. SHOTWKU..
The fnllovvini w is written by the la
nientecl Shot well in l8Mi. to ho snug l"l"
the U uelit o, the .Stoii iw.ill Cometery."
at N'ew I'erno X. C . and ha- never K lor.i
lie. n pul'b.-hed. It is given us for puMi
iation by Mr-1. .lenule Shotwell. his
brodier's wn low. j -Kutliei ford IVnno
cral. We shall naet Vuit t' -hi'l miss him.
There will lie one alu-enl I. in :
One that .nt to "lory h-d u-.
Throuch iisihadly battle storm;
'Tis but a lew short years wo iiuml'i r.
Since our hears wtsre I" ating high.
But. alas! in '-ea-eless sttmilier
All our hoes with.Tackson lie i
Choih'' Wt-shall moi t but we shall,
ini-s him, .
There w ill b- one diearv void;
For i In- hoj.es vie 'on.llv c!o-nshel
Are loievertnoto deti'ovcd.
At our lirei'les sad and l.-nolv,
(llteo will the I os i in swell.
As n o lVlen to '. he siorv
How our nob!,. ( hoflaiu lo'I
IIow he bravely Ikire our b inner .7
Through the fn ice I of the li-jht,
Ti) uphold out Southern honor,
Iu I he cause ol Truth and liight.
CitORfs We -hill meet but we shall
We shall lor oor loveil ope vveep.
A- We m ii-l in sili hl oirov
( for the giavo wh' re Stonewall
True they tell us w real lis of glory
Kv t run ii e will dts k his I n ow ;
i!nl this s, otlu s tr.e .-ingui-h on!v,
Sioejiii)g over our heart-sirings uo-.v.
And though Fume in future age-.
May eiishiine hun wl ere he lid!.
Nor -iin a-e our hearts assaigos
For 1.1- !a:l 1 o. aine oe.r kn. II.
Chokl's We shall meet hnt we shall
l-iv. r mi-- our fillen brave
While we giiive in moiiiiifnl si
h n c
r i he cum- he ei. d to save.
r ii i
JO X.I 11. HAUL
A i.b'e maid -.it in a jompiil In-'-,
aging alone, iii a low h.ve-n.ne;
And tin- Win! su.pt by with ;i h'sh
ir.. an :
1". .r I o ionge 1 ', o si.i v
Wilh Ihe Maid all if, ;
l'al he k: ov',
A - he I . w .
l! ".v..- true '
'I hat Ihe d w
'. ul. I l ev. r. lievt-r dry
ll' Ihe Wind shmp.l ,1 (-'.
So he hii-.'n d away whe:e tie- ro-ebiuis
An I while to the L m l ol Ihe Rose went
Singing alone, in a low love-tone,
Tho I.ittie Maid sat in a juiuptil tree,
. Tin- W j-..I swept back to tho jonquil ire.
1 At the cl...- of d .y.
In the 1 w iiijht g: a s :
Rut the -ivi-r Little Maid li ,,l stolen
a w :u ;
And whither -in "- tl w n
ill iievor l-e know n i"
'fill the Ro-o tr i
Asitb'ow- ,' fV',
-hall di-e'ose , '
Ail it know -
f tin Mae! so for r
Wilh the .tin-,', hair.
And the id Wind conies and --gli-, rind
A n 1 .ire am-of 'h day t.o i p Wevr
When, singing rdoiie, in a low hive
i A Little Muid ?at in a jonqivl tiee. v
I .. . Arthuji- Maev.
; SI IT A . I Al'I'KAI, TAKES.
In the Libel so of I hai. I., (riskill
vr. Slierlfr I. alio 4-1
Ti c liiel ease of Mr. Ch-s L. Ga-kill,
ot' lb.: lo.iiu r New Ih itie Cont'iel'. brought
again.-t Sh.iirt' W. B. I.atv. County
SLinei'.titi ndi nl of Health. Dr. beinsti r
Duffy, and K. K. Harper publislu r of tli.-
tloi'U NAt.. caiv.e U) before .luouu Hryan
oh .rai tor
The Miit was f..r ").fn0.0(l
Mr. ikill i lainiiii',' tli al hi
h id l ien daiiM-ed to that
The ease was called early m Ine mmn
uii;. but in-ai ly h.i'I'ol' the day was ron
'Uaud in c'l'pancliu-z a jury. l!e.-iilos i x
hanstiiiu the l'-ular .jury and per-ons
.-ir itie't to jury duly in I ho court m mi,
Coroner Street. ae'lilL' -lieillV. "a- com
pelled to nuke a .-pet i d -u union- i'r.nii
Aft. r jury was einnnnelod. attorneys Tor
p'aintiir moved for judginent for that the
dcftndan.'s ha I fliilrd to jiroperly verify
their answa r. Motion refused by .lu Ige
Dry an. DeUndants allowed to amend
verification of answer, whei'iiipoa aitor
ie . f.i pad t'.il'a-.noii-ci d that in del' r
, ii. a to IPs lfon'or's iiitimalioii the
plaintiff would n.ter non-snit and prayed
an appeal t o the Siipri me ootn i.
The atloni'-vs f..r tiie pi dnlitl' were
Mos-rs. W. W. 'Clark and I,. .1. Moore; for
llie d. fendanls Messrs. 0. II. Cuion. M
!,.V. S-.ivt.nson, 1'. li. I'ollelioi' and Hon.
F. M. Simmon.- o." I!ihiu;h.
Till'. HOT WKATIIKR.
Tlie Tlioriuoiiicler Slill Hiiibiiis-
KeAeliok . .1 YeKlerflay.
'J'ii" govi-l nineat wather leeoul s'mws
that Friday wasthiee digree- holler than
l he previous d iy. The highest piint
the lowo-l TiO.."); range
The h mperaltue got to Ihe highest
point in Chiciioo, bilVre it did in
Niw JJonic. We cannot say wheth
er the . res, nt niaik h .s ever leeii passed
in May tefore or nl. Th ie was one
d iy last M av that tame close to it but (lid
not i;ui!e reach it. On the 17th of hc-t
May it was 94 5. laekuisr just two digrees,
ot b ing as hot as ihe last day of this May,
which is hotter than any day of laat
ear. Stiange to say the 17tu of May,
ls'4. which we have just spoken of was
tiie hottest of that year. The next liotles,
was in Aug'isi; it then reached !3 .
There were four days in Ju'y when it
stood at Hi.
The hottest day of April last year was
84; ami of this ytar it was 8a.
And yet whe.i talking of all t'ds lllt, it
may perhaps be a li'lle refreshing to re
member that only 14 days tx-fore this
hottest ''ay there was t ro sr. There was a
slight, trust on the 13th of May. and one
on the 17lh heavy enough to do .-omt
lit ICK A. X.
K. It. SCIIF.ni'I.E.
An Hour Saved in Knell Oireolion
Fine Tor Mnroheftii ViHiton and the
Trnvellliifr Public enernl!y.
A new schedule went into i (TeCt
Monday on the A. iV: N. C. li. 1!.. wh ch
(cli)ses any which the mad has yet had.
I'nder its workings the regular mailnud
passenger train will maki the run from
Moiehead City to OobUb ro an hour
ipiii-ker than it now does and make a
r.u.ihtilv rptn k tun on i lie return trip.
Cider ihe new schedule the tiiiiti leavif
Moiehead city an hour hiler iu the morn
iug and yet reaches Gohhboro tive min
utes so ii- r than noiv. and coming back it
letives Ooldsljoro at the same time as now
but gels to Mi ivhead City inaily an hour
The morning tiain, on an 1 after Mon
day, haves Moreliead Cily at M:07 a. m..
ariivein New llerne al 9:17 and have at
9:.'5' and arrives in (ioldsboro at ll:'2-
Returning, it loae Gold-'.oio al 15:20
p. 111.; airivos in New Ih rile at rVFi;
leaves at .":.'. and arrivisat Moivhea l
City ;il H:.'i7.
This is a tine schedule and Morehead
visitors this suninicr will appreciate it.
INFORMATION ASKED FOR.
By a Clinplafn Who WniCnitnrpil iu
Berne in 1h-.
Ih-v .1. W. U.iby vviit'slrom Hailing- r,
I". .i-. and sas he was in the lu spit d
In re when New Derne fell, and ;isks about
Misses I'ae a' d Miriio. Miss Rice had
charge ot hospital under Dr. Tull. Miss
Mai tin was a dai' v v isitor.
He studs love to the piople of New
l!eine an 1 says. '-These noble souls cave
mo ail th.- i tienlion a mother, sister, or
hrothei wauhl have given. I am slill
hoping some sue- t day id meet the-e ihar
on. s over then-." A D. Bktts.
rlh Carolina ami ihe Civil War.
Klsi where in to-daV paper, in our
Washington ooi respon. lei ce. iijip. a'.s an
eMr.ict limn the New York Tin.es, which
is the most appreciative an i le in n aaril
to North Carolina's po-iliou in the bite
war that has ever appeared in any Norih
eru ia)er. It is Lasid upon statistics
that will go into l hp official history of
the war. an I i-. therefore, a tin.-d pR"f
that will b- accpteilby all the world,
and l u' all time of ihe claim that well-
inkinned North Carolinians, have always '
The article shows the loss by Stales of
six Sou'.hern Stales. The follow ing tid'h-,
which we have prepared from the Cen u
r. ports of lsf,0. show ing the white popu
lation in each State, wlun c iur.i-te(l wilh
the number mortally wounded and killed,
giv. s a clear uh a of what the New York
Tiiiie- i alls "ihe h. ."ie valor of ihe North
!l. 1 ST
s also gives
V ( aro'ina
V i ' g i n i a .
"s. C.-indin i
M ississi ppi,
'file fillies also gives tl
North Carolina also heads the li-t in the
number that dii d ol w ounds, and 20.002
o! her sons died of di-ea-e. North Car-
obna's military popul dion in 1 SO 1 . was I Harnett county shot and kil'f I a de-p.r-I
1.1 ::r,9. but slie furnished 121 000 io the! ate negro named Claudius Thomas, Abas
( 'i ''federate onus j.
The laiv.e of North Carolina is now se
me in history. News v Observer.
irthe Baby is Cutting Teeth.
' Be sure and u-e that old and w ell tried
remedy. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
for children teething. It soothes the child,
sortens the gums, allays all pain, cures a, an"undertaker and embalmer." In the
w ind colic and is the best remedy for ! pu.urc he will be known as the "mo-li-!
diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle. ! Han." This was decide I on at the second
utilyr day's meeling of the Funeral Diri ctois'
i - - I -.social ion ol Kentucky, which was held
I The S uiiord Kxpr.-ss -ays that Judg-e' Eueliil Hall. Louisville Couimer. ial.
'Clark has appointed Rev. W. II II. Law- .
,-on. of Sampson county who was a cap- 1
, tain in the Confedt rate army, lo write the
h.-toi'V ( f the Fort v-eighth regiment.
Biiekleu's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,!
Bruises. Sores. I'lcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Snies, Telhr, Chapjie.l hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cuies Files, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 21 cents per
li x. Fo"r sale by F. S. Duffy. Druggist.
All truth is nonsense to the man
who has let a lie make its home in
200 m no: x shim: cases,
lloloro JiHltse A. S. Soymoiir
As Mr. Fab II. P.tt.iv. u-no-:: tu:r
oilier lauyots Mit ye-'.orilay ni..niii wilh
in the lxtr of the l-'edera! Court rooa he
femarke l as tho crowd Kent ath'-iintf to
the astonishm. nt "l ad l'ie-i-iit. tli ,t the: 0
; it.,.n llo -ueli aileinlanec :i..n tho
1 " u i I . .l S a1 s C li t .- i.ee ; le i a i ; . I
'. i 4. m the Kul,bix 'ia-.s i I ).' i . t
Allot ik-v I .ri-.i-. II. -o u k an ', "1'
.1 u, j',i o. .k - and 1'.' aa i.
Then too. to this, the
had l-enn add. d the to
Faster. i I)'-' i'i, I .
nloailig liei co'in-
tlis: Pels .n. Oraujf'-, I ti' liani, ( 'Icith nil
:iad Moore, some ol which an so pe -pad
as not to improve the p -i-.i:. 1 ot those
sent up l'or judgment. Tims the o,,ll t
thai li o 1 I iei n (an lulled by ( i ..erui- lit
officers to draw their w ej. s ,,i v.Mit
into the -ci r, s and hua.ito Is ami in re.
for the mo-t pari, eharg. d wilh ii IV: i lion
of the levenue laws. Tiny io k. d a
hunted sit, being a mixture olwhi-kc!'-and
hair and legs and home spun j :-t oi.t
of the dim places ol the. w o ds.
Tin re wore h ft ow t some nn'rV I oa-' s
1 1 on) last li I'm, and there w- io let l . I
handid lo tli.' gru'ii! ,'pity .ovi r l .w h..n
dreil wiuraiils licit had lieon issued m the
oa-es ot new er i ll'oiiders. - Nt-,s s u .l
nisi iri.F. s i-MMi .
Ilinner nl Seoll'H Landing: 'Mien n
Trip lo Polliiksvlllc-1 hen llouie
Hnrll Bound -A Merrv Tlini-.
The Disciple's Sunday s, h ail made
anothi r tine s-core i n their ar.n.i d p cnic
yesterday -the maddest, merriest day ol
the season. The day was perfect, oouhl nt
have been finer il'nUi.lo to order; bri-tht i
mild, wilh ihe last soft breath of spring. ,
We went tip the Tirnt. and on the I
"Trent whafs a picni.i without the
"Trent?" Wewo'ip.l up the winding-.'
admired the biautifuls (ii'-ry,and noiic.-'l
the toitoises along the Im t uoiis way. At
S-ott's handing we halted lb'' duiner. and
enjoyed an hour or two ot unlit romping
swinging and social coiiveisatiou whil
it was prepai ing.
Several thing- w ei e noticeable ab. nit tli
diniu r firrt we saw a bun dance on th
t-able. then the scene ehanged to a Iin
representation of '"dissolving views," a
soon the countenanC' s ol' all s emed r idi
ant with a glory which only shines wlun
the iii'iei-nian has been suitably refreshed.
Then we went to l'olh ck-vd!e. threaded
ihe uihzjs of that ancient and honorable
town, and refrcbhed oa:- erowal viihi's
celebrated waters, l etter even than the
wau r of the Trent. Then, turn Hip was
ilel'ghttul. Who will over forget lie- emo.
tions which swell in his bosom as ho goes
rolled about the "roundabout.'"'
'The westering sun now touched the
rim of day.
And shadowy night crept up the eastern
Wecame in by moonlight pleased with I
ouiselves, each other, and our tuning j
thanked God and sought our hon es in
A 92 Tear Old Criminal.
A speo't'd from Ka'eigh to the Wilming
ton Mes-enger giws the following men
tion of a rase in the Federal court which
is now being held there by our townsman,
'in the 1'nile l States C rcuit court
here to dav Marshal C:i' rol asked that I
the case ngaint .h.hn Moms m. i0 Mo. re i
C unty. lor Selling win-Key wiuiout li
cense, be called at once; that Monison
was in jail and about to die, and w as lei
yiarsold. The Case was dismi-sed, Mor
rison was re'ea-ed and the ofti.-ials io ad--up
a pmse to meet his opens. s here Ib
is the o'dest in in ever b.;iore the Federal
Ir. Hyall'N Skill.
We have several times noticed vt rv
skillful ami successful operations per- I
formed by Dr. Hyatt of KinstO.i, and we t
see in the l'ree l'nss mention ol -oine he
has J li st peiformed. The Fiee Pr ss
"Dr. H. O. Hyatt removed a large tu
mor from a colored woman hist Fii.lay.
On Tuesday of 1 ist week he operated on
the ( ye of "Mr. Jesse W . Carson, oi Retlul.
removing a grow ih from it. As :i sur-jeou j
Ur. Hyai t pel h ips h as no superior iu t.n-j
State, and hardlv a week p a--es that he;
does not peilorm seveial
ie d opera-
.aid is taken wilh rod and li el from boats
Oealh or John Tull ol I.cuoir I'onnly. nn(p,i , v ,.p it on--, ei who know iis
Li noir coiin'y ii ridle I upon to mourn tWihng grown! and it- liabiis. The hi it
the loss of one of its lies' cibz u-. Mr. i is mullet, and is u-ua!lv taken by I he tar
John Tub is de:id ponuearii'O hoit' in. U'li. u Iiooked he
He died in his GJrd y; ar at his resi- o j w s boatmai a live y ohase over a
donee. Tower Hill, three miles tnm K.in- large aiea of sdl Watei'. lU'.uing wild uti
st"U on Friday, ihe 24lli inst, of paralysis , xha listed, w he'n he is low ed along side
He leiivts a wile and nine childien 0
lament h s departure. They were all pn-s
enl at his lUathbed, some having boon
summoned from long distances. lis
remains were intined in the family bit in
Kins! on ceniet rv on Sunday morning, a
large concourse ot sympathizing Irie.idsl
A noble-hearted, patriotic citizen, a
kind parent, a generous friend, an open -
handed neighbor, a Christian gentleman
has gone lo his le.vard. I.i I us imitate hi-
virlms, and lot our hearts go out in sym-'
p.-tthv with the ilistie-sid family. --
Kinslon Free Pi"i
M WS IM BBIF.F.
E -Speaker Cri-p, of lemgia. is out in I
a card in which he deelaivw lie is in favor i
ol l he free and unlimited coinage cl' sil-l
ver at the ratio of 16 to 1.
Good ptogress is lieing made in tin ;
addition lo the Raleigh Hosiery Mills, j
The addition is to be three stot'us high i
and will contain 7. Odd spindhs.
A Western man. who was n ct nl 1 v in- :
vited to a seat on the lloor ol the tl, u-e ,
at Washington, indignantly refuse I, say- '
ing that he v as accustomed to sit on
chairs at home. Fx.
On January 1, ISO the railr eids of
the I'nitcd States were u-iog ;U,2Ml loco-;
motives, 24,881 passenger cms. 7.100 mail,
and baggage cars, an I 1,HW,S10 frtight
David L. Matthews, of Rradit-y's store,
Han ington, on Mav 27ili. Miithew's
was the man whose house had been fob
bed and he pursued and overtook the
. !.;,.(" ,.-1,., ,-,..-,l ..rr. it -in. I 1-.1I..1
, , 'V ' - "r,j. . ' ".. - ,
t'c.oiit. ..e ,t-L.o....." ...c eo.o.e. -,i'j
was justinable iiomiciue.
i An undertaker will no loiifer be known
When Bahy was pi.-k, w,? pave her r'astorla.
Wheii she was a ( 'hil.l, she ei i.-.l for t 'ioci-ia.
When she became Miss, she clung to 'a-,.' a'io.
When she had i "i.ikl.-eii, sl.e gm ,-tlieiu l'a-.toi ia.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Hard al IVork ami 'I'll i-n i uu' Out
1 I it it -.a ml o I Ha i-i-i-l. lor I li 'l'ruK.
v i-s i ii ii i iii; lii M l.ii-l..
We at'. entei iiM upon tho potato dig-
g no -ea-I
aisv a ( w
ii ; ia I I In- ! ane. hu t' .far- are
ork l'.'Mt'i.u in. lie- barrel- to
no o o
I 1" i
1 1 1
i nil ma
.11 1 b utl-I
. l:. 15.
N' ill i-
i a n . i
a : e
- ..if l,-.y
0 .n t ta- t
a ! ho I i ' o
:v.- , ,j,;.
1 w ra - r
III. 1 1
' i it -(
ill! loi' tli
. eees i :
' ' 1 e.i '
li IK si.
te w .
It lie n
!.ll d:e I i-ai I
- VO-! I Ti li V.
Their in-iko el' I
e.lte of the If. Ill'
air. ady cut lor e
II- til .i : hoy ale '
bt-i or ti, ti'.-,i-i 1,
Ti o .be . - i . ai i .
W'ol k. 'I'll: V beg
i- mi .-xael .lupli
I with Ihe si a v ( -'ii.
Tin y inform
; it .- li n.er ..I'd
1 ta. to:., 1- til- . hard al
ii wan k the lii .-t of Al i v.
Tin y iu- wot king ei-h'eon to tw in v
h iiel- al.' 1 1 1 : : li i ii : oil a ta'-ll-ar-d barrels
a -I iv. Tin have biirels .st.ieked up iu
large 'paint it : s. Tiny infnin us thai
111 ', have twelve o" lilo'-ai thollsind lloW
I'll. I. Mr. . I . 1 .i t- is lorem ,n o
ihe fa i oi y :
' 'ol : vel i d It',
w hi li i - e :
i id:y from b
;s stiongly ,
u iri'ow ii 1
out. two ll it
an iiisi'lo w i
f.i.-tocii g ho.
With I wo
ther - i- no .
M. J!. II. and .1. A.
h i ve : bo handling of them
I a IT Is coster, le v to t hei r
le s t1: Co.. inal-td-ite
I at i prv -t
., . i. ., i .... . .'. .. i
oii-i i noted. l tie s aves are
ate lu id together by thi'i e
at t he cat re vvo en in and
wo ad hoops at ihe bo'.tom,:
i.i. I hoop ,ti t he centre and a
p tor l he l e al.
-ueli goo 1 f.eloi ii'-s i tinning
anger b.t t w h it the I rucki l
' w til b a''un.i liitiy -uppl:e
1 t ' the haikv ii-i-.er- of th -
- pro hict a d
tic y tak" up.
i ihe large amount ' f ro-nn
'.he more t ti", 1 1 ueUei's sit i
-"im wl al in ai
nice of Ihe tin o w I
th I a Pel - an
:t lb the fact
Wanted, the e ;-iel it c.a
i-no i o a i i:vs of TiiF. riu cii.
Reinu' Taken For The A. C. I., tor Ad
vertising; l'nrpose-llow 'I'liey Will
Mr. 1..I. Iluiaiet oi' Wilmington has
li. eu eng iite I in taking photographs of
truck and stock (arms i 1' mis n gion for
tin- Allaiiiic (.'oast Line to use for adver-li-ing
purposes. The ph'uoeraphs are
huge liiiniisoine i ni s. They are llxl 4. Last
-vear Mr. Unmet t took some similar views
hut tin y were smaller.
He has, miring the last mouth or so
taken pllO' Ogl'.i phs if faru.s all along
,'rotn Wilmington to Ne-v Rome and then
came on to New R.rne.
The railroad :s aiming at i lie higher
deve'op-uent of the country The more it
is developed the more height it will have
Mr. i'urmtt has taken views at Me-srs. I
1 T ...1-1, A- Wilt. as o,l Wm llnnn 1
fo in-, and also ol the Riversi'le Kennels.
I'oultry and Dot Stock Faim. One view
was takin fiomtlie top of Mr. liege's
Some i f the views will le phiet tl in the ;
-tale mils uai i.u i o heis , nl be shown
at theAilaida Exposition. A circular
if the views on a
smaller scale wuiai-o iu pn-iiareil lor
ili-tributioa at Atlanta and elsewhere.
Tiie view- thai have la eu l iken this
year eadiiaco the .strawberry, pets and
cabbage. Mr. Run ett i-xpci Is to relii'n
slim tl v lbr view - of i he beau and polnto
I AKI-ON I IMIIMi
-iaiil Onoi I nnililon Dnr Const Wilh
.f the South Atlantic is a
li-h for w inh r anglers.
The I irpon
Scores of them are caught at Tampa,
Aran-a- Pass, Fort Mprs and other .V
v. rite !o -abties in Floii.l.i and Texas by
i t-men ev iy season. It is a
Sj.pcies ol hel'l'illg, with. scales
inn a silver dollar and of the same
hue which do r.ot tarnish with time.
i The lls'i Is is acl've as ho is ponderous,
The most -m oi s-fiil
angler of the past
a a n w - s .ir. in-ti)
N. Patti rson, of'
Philadelphia, who-e tackle iruuk has been j
in the w itelioii-e ol the A. tV IN.
at Now li: mo lbr several di s.
C. R. R
the ait iv al ot is owner wh
, trv tl e o edit v of the lishing groundsill
; fni,: y.eii.ny. liui Mr. Paiiei.sou h is jusi
i unh red Ag. nt Willis lo forward it to
Philadelphia, and tin- i onteinp'ate 1 visit
I i o New R. fro w as d' f rrod nut ii 1 ill. A
loiipr icccived the same day by Mr. ( his
1 HaUoek an I da'ed Mav "2."-, -avs:
our letter was forwarded lo me at
Foil .ieis, l-'la.. where I caught uveal y
tarpon, ihe l;trg- st t his -e..son. four m one
dav. woi-dimg re-peciveiy. s2, 1.14, 142.
and j 1 0 pound; nearly OoO pounds ag
gregite. In at ing then cord for largest Ij-h
ami niinjber of pound-. The length ol the
heaviest was seven feet thiee inches."
Mr. HiiHtircr'1 Reeord hero.
Mi- 1." V U.hvI.ito ll,.i tve.it-, i- oi.
in : two r.vitici:
. ',. , I tv at Kershaw niueli to he regie: tod. The
.sewmg machines and plausible talker who J ,
... ... , , , 1 statement is, that during an altercation
west -n to h uiston with a horse he had i .. .. , , ,- ,
, . , , ,. 1 b lwip.a .Mrs. I d Sauls ami a hind col
huetl from Ihe livery -table. 4 Messrs. M. ; n.(,, i,nv sfi thiew Paris green in,
Ilahn .V Co.. just lor one day and for a I ami l,o knocked her down u ith a club in
short distance, has led some of ihe good Ha ling painful injuries,
people of Kinston to bcieve that he w:is Tin- b v was I ned lj..f re I.ovick Ilar-un.iu-tly
U'eaied iu his arrest. Minor j ,-js, Ksq ai.rt in delaliil . f bail, lodged in
Win. lolis wants it Known what kind i 1 a
man he wa- while here that othes mav
ant be imposed upon by hi- -tei'iis. j
lie now ha- 2 sii-peiul d judgments f r
wife-beating hanging ey. r his head in this '
city. The la-i time ho coated such an
uproar a.- to dist urh the neighborhood.
A-for tin- nrte-l mi ihe natter of the!
hoi so, the tact- -elfoithi'i the Warrant
an--V urn to by ihe owner, a good and
relialoe citiz n ard will be sustained!
sh.-uld oooa-ioii ail.-e ioi- I 1 urn- is ll'
sh.uld occii-iou ails - lor t ihri-i'is in
likchho-.I of there be.::g any need ..r i 1
however. Mr. 1
Mr. Mowhrey has gone ami
no one will try to bring him back and he
is hardly likely lo leiurn again ulierdoing
a- ne lias (lore.
ll is h 'pe-1 he will amend his ways
get along i etier el-ewhere.
Federal Memorial la.v.
The crowd which grli -red at the nic
nvri d sgrvices at the National coinetery
visbl'dav vas estim do 1 at 3,ll!ii.
composed almost oeln-.ivelv
Tin- xereisos, as (h.-y have b-e-n
for a i in :n I ii i" ol year-', were entirely un
der their niaii ag' ment.
V. A. t'l'ttwloiil was the orator. He
talked mainly of ihe ppgni in military
pyi nts o! ihe woihl. ihe part he took in
various wars and f bravery they exhibited
iu the !a-l war. He mentioned in the
eourse of his n marks a Confederate eolor
td regiment from I.oui.-iana. and other
ea-is w In re c. aloied inea rn listed in i lie
( ause of the South, among them some of
Secretary Ju lah P.Btuj imin's slaves.
Tiie exercises were exieu hd, and at in
tervius the bands enlivened th
1 with mush
ti: i:iK( Ti:i)
or ,1'lniliin K.
A l i-iiiol'ial VAi3ilit I'la.-otl ta Ills
.Weimiry in Salem I'.-malo Aeail-iii
i lia ol l,v I lit- Istll i; rail ual intf Class
Willi I in prossi ve Vi-emon it-s l i-s.
v ,'llK-i- I'i-i-oiiI- -I .iiiiii-ii-'I1ii'ii I
Sl(-l ta ! I O Jop ; N , !,,
Win.-, rn.',. N. C., M gu. I'.-'iiv
inarke-1 ci even; th it , :'.! : no. moi able
i a tic hi.-trii of Win-ton-Saio n.
In ooniKitio.i with the Nit ety-lhird
e. 1 1 i :in nee loot l ' I .'ef. is - a S ill 111 It tun t-
' .!, g, . ihe o'.i'-; "1 for girl- in lie
j "- i.lii. the ;i-s porman. nt ' t tbitte i--'c!od
in I he S:a'.i in ho-ii r i f Noith Cii'cina'
ni' ,-t li. !o o. 1 sop. tho lab- Senator Zeliii
l"ii I!. ';ince. was f. ru alty pifsonted to
the ti'u -;' o! that i n-' it it' i n with ap
p topi ;-,t.- a , ,ii ioi p .-.tie . 1 e" .
It w a - a la rue .ml a 1 1 i t ie 1 1 a-a oi i , I
window which was purchased and pined
in ti p college , ', ape bv iin H'i gin, boil
Tiie win low wti- pr.seiiled by Hon. .1.
(.'. Haxton of Winston, who ma 'e a
-'. r. ng an. 1 tom long aldr..--. Hi- por
tr i v d of the ile id Sou .t .i s i-f, w ,s gland
and biiiutif.il. He -aid licit Senator
Vance w he i a-ked t i give the s'i ret for
hisgr iit hold u pi i tin- people of his
b- leoliod: ' I have never
Ri-hop R nab h ,l!i r
ol ihe Moi'aV'aii
lbr ihe till t es
church :i: i i pted i:
in a -pie o liil an I ap
npl'iale a. h I ri
Mrs. V logeilo r
of other friends :,nd
1 i ed S' n dor wittu
w ilh a large niin.lier
admirers of the la -ss.
d the inter. -lino
, ami impi'e--tve ceremonies.
T' too lo-v is eommenceine
t day prop-
r ol' the oh! Moravian -. Imol. The
I lion will b'del.verel by Mr. .laan-s
M. .'. n
ll;cl. a law puiier o; th.- well kn
politician. Hilhara (s. llarnly.
1 - ol
I ; i i ! . i ' U lpl.ia arrived toi'ay.
Diplomas will he pre-cntu! to ,":! gr.nl
u.'Ues. The largest (lass in ihe histoiy ol
the s. ho d.
'I he graded irusieai eonci rl cnneoll to
night. Si-erolary t rt'shain'-i Funeral.
Sflec'al lo Jo riiNA I..
Wasiiinuton, D. C, May, 20.
The funeral ser vitas of Wa'ler titiintnu
l-resiiam, Secret u'y f the Interior was
held at the White IIo.is.- to-d ay by
Ri-hop 1 1 iir.st, of the Methodist L'plseoial
The Pr. side it and cabinet Ii ive gone
to Chicago with the ie i aim. .
Peaee ins.i.nie I'on.me.M-emenl.
-I he CO 111 mPUceil It'll t OXi l'Cls, S ol 1 tSlCC
I'. stilute began on the "Jxth. The News j
an I Observer says it in aikil the close ol
Prof. Dinwiddle's mirth Ih year iu edu-
calional Work and the brilliant close ot
a n o.-t siicces-ful vc-tr. ll a-Ms:
And to-d iv -he -ta ,d- iu the front r ink
of ihose nislstlltioas which arc lifting ihe
.laughters of t he na' ion to lie- highest in
tellectual plan . It- sin e ss is grali yiiig
because it is so well de-i red "
We notice that Mi-s M.iiy Bel1. (laugh -tor
of Mr I) lie" 1. Morcln a I (;uy was
awarded the piize for xi elleice m draw
ing Irom "The Flai"
Mention :- nuule of a New Rome young
lady as follow.-:
Mi-s I.ulie Da s rendeie l Mozu t's "'Air
Viirie" as :i violin solo, with aeeonipan':
nient on both the piano and the violin.
Miss Ives showed pert' i t techeiipie an I
pi ael wilh expres-ion as well ;n tid-1-ity."
The R. iilil II. Improveiiienl-i.
Tin- Governmput s eami r Gen. Thorn
has low brought six loads of the material
belonging b the River a-nl Harbor work
from Washington lo New llerne, the
yards having lieen transferred bote. One
of the houses f 'litieetcil with Messrs.
Moore A: RradCs canning fat tory is pretty
well tilled with it.
On each trip ihe sieanu r tow'id a
loaded rlat over in addition to her own
On the last trip even lo Ihe lu ti-e that
had served as ihe office w as brought over.
It i.s a neat, wall oiled one, about twelve
by tweuiy live leet, with two doors and
live windows. It was moved on a rla:
and brought hero entiie and was proiiipt-
ly tranlernd lo land ye-terday on ihe
p.-riion of the Moore -fc Brady proei i
w hic.i the Government has lea-ed.
A Martyr lo I njnsl Arreil.
F. M. Mobiey, a si-w ing m.nlnne ageni
who was drunk and disorderly lien- Sat
urday ami Whioe personal it.-c .gniz nice
was taken for his appearance at trial
Motidav. skijijied oihv Monday widi a
team hired from M. llahii -V. Co , for a
snort dlslaiice and went lo Kiusoai. Mr.
Ilahn l'eoovi red his horse there.
.NL'- Mobrey makes out in Kin-ton thai
he is a I i ly r in lieing arrested loi going
oil' w'uh Ihe horse as he did and tlneahns
to sue. the oily of New Berne fr it.
He paid Mr. Halm's charges and was
Assault With a Inli.
News ieachi.il hereThuisdav of a dillicul-
Tin- Oeiae.l4e Cliatinel Work.
The lug Warren, Capt. A. S. F..-I- r.
came up last nigiit for -nppliis ln.ni Mr.
J. F. Taylor. This in the Warn n'- third
visit to t he city.
The Wairen i- 1 1 io s' o i tin r whiih feas
the mud li lts w In r..- Wah. ce'- cli u.nel.
is In ing dredged, in ;ir Oeraeoke. It will
, ,0 left 400 feet witle
and nine lei I ihep ;o
i he oh list water.
the low est water.
I r-it. Kosier informs us ihnt. it will
, l-,. c.ight cuts to c,,mpl-,(r. the channel,
l.'.,..,- -.i-.. lueic mad., n-itii ibisn.i... ,r,,i,m
over, and the n Plaining l oir the next
time. The work ha- now progn ssed over
' a length of about lOno lieb
More Properly ImprovemciUN.
Mr. L J. Moore i having another story
i added to his offices in front of Hotel
( hattawka with a st tir way in the mi. Idle.
'The tipper tl mr w ill be divided, as ihe
f lowir one is. i-ito two offi es. each I, avion
it wo rooms thn- making ;tu eight room
! but ding of ihe place. 'Ihey will all be
. we 1 lii'i-lnd Mr. R. W. Pugli is in
charge of the woi k.
Mr. Pugh is also beginning ihe (rection
of a house lor Mr. Win. Ha.lder sup. riu
teudent of the Clark mill. It will bp
located on Ihe lot on the wi-t -i.le ol Fa-t
Front street, next to t ho p. rnpr of that
street and King. It will b- a two story
house containing seven rooms iu all. The
i mum part wdl be 21x31 feet and it will
j ave !IU extension lor the cook, room and
the dining room.
TIII'l FIKST T
To tin Lin-
tiif i i.osim; fxfrcisfs
oi (lie Iter no ollea;iale InKlilule
A I.ara"- A ud ieneeThe Pll
pilH A(-iiiit TIk-iiimoI icn Han-lMomly.
Tl o ( losing pxercis s of New Berne
( o iegiate Iu-iitiiie held last night gave
ai otn r evidence of Now R -rue's n- ed for
a large building for such occasion-. The
opr: a house w ould not hold the ciowd
whali gdheel to hear them. Ladhs,
i -v. n. -loo.l up throughout the eveuing.
Ti c piogramnip. selected w ith great cure,
a as n ndond fully. It whs us lollows:
rnoc ItA M mi .
Ch 'til-:- Fp Away, F. Abt.
li' i iiation Wok oino. Miss Katie
I ioi t uni'-nl al i-olo - I. a Fontaine, Mefl
l!l--ie V 1 1 I i;nii -.
I f . . I a 1 i hi - Uoaut ilul Flowers, Miss
Kio.ih Pal rick.
I is; l umenliil dnelt Rlooining Meadow-,
Miss Alberta ITricli and Lizzie
liisliu i.onlal solo - The lh-11 Mazurka.
i-s ( 'an ie lleiidion.
K i "t' i Hi. I'linlii'i.l Seville, Miss
M oid km- v.
The Waiit r Ciil Drill, by six little
Rec tation Riiioen on the Rhine, Miss
. I. itlle Rov's Speech, Master Jo-hiiA
1 listen nn n! a 1 mlo - I.uoretia Horgii,
I. Spindle,-. Mi-s l-imi,. Ctdligau.
Roeilatton The Angels of Bueiia Arista,
Miss Hessie Paisops
1 usi rami nial solo Waltz, Miss Koima
Drama- A Matrimonial Advertisement.
The May Pole Drill.
Vocal solo - ("oaie to (he DaUce. P.
IF union, M is- Lizzie Rurrus.
D. cl un it ion ( oil i ration of the Inter
lock lienmn Lane.
S unds from Ringing Rocks, Miss Al
b rta I'lrich.
Drama Mr-. Willis' Will. 2 Acts.
Instrumental solo Swiet William
Moziirka, Miss Jennie Sultan.
In-trumental Duett The Jolly Biack
siu tie. Jimu Pau : Misses Williams nml
II -1 1 ' i". -l i , accompanied by the musical
sinking of hummers on the anvils.
The Scait Hi ill Scientiticnl and
ii -1 1 1 I on :e.i 1 - ri'iirosonhnir I lio upvi.ii nt-io-
in atic ( oloi.s and the (ioddess Venus and I
her G i aces.
Finale Chorus, Old North State.
The nius'cal features ot the evening
were a great credit to the pupils and to
their instnietor, Mi-s I -ouisc Klgie. She is
a teacher of uu usual la'ent for inspiring
Ihe scholars and imparling the inuiel
k no i ledge whiMi she so eminei.tly pos-
The same can be said of the recitations
and declamation. Prot. Mendenhal,
himself trains the pupils in these branches
with great diligence.
The drills were very beautiful and were
oxeiied wilh exquisite grace.
Those who took part in the dramas
were Misses Maud Ktnsey, Musa Baiter,
Lizzie Hancock, Maltie Rountree; Laura
Scott and Mr. Harold Whiiehurst. They
all acquitte I themselves admirably.
Rev. Jno. S. Long, LL. D., with few
lv. rds in his elegant style, presented the
prizes, lour in number, as IoIIowp:
For leeitation and declamation, Miss
Man I Kinsey. Scholarship prizes, Prim
ery department, Mi-s Katie Street; Inter
mediate, Miss Bessie Parsons; Academic,
Mi si Laura Scott.
hhjhf.st ow the honor roll.
Ol Ihe New Berne Collegia! Institute
for the Scholastic Year Jinm Ended.
The list of pupils whose names appear
highest on the houor roll of the New
Reine Collegiate Institute and the average
record through the jeir to which they at
tains I is. us follows.
Iii ihe primary department: Joshua
Gilpin, 04 1-2; Roivena Whitty, 95; Katie
Str.et, 96: Maggie Smallwood, not in un
til Oct. 17.1).
Intermediate Depprtmenl : Alberta Ul
rich, 00 2-3; Delia Wlntiehl. 90 4-5; Bessie
Pat-suns, 05; Adiia Hanfl", 93 2-3.
Academic department: Miss Maud
Kinsey. 95; Mi-s Lizzie Hancock, 93; Miss
Laura Scott, 95 4-5.
Collegiate degirtment: Benson Lane.
Tiie three highest were: In the primary,
Katie St eet, 98; in iha intermedial',
Be-sie Parsons, 05; in the academic, Laura
Sc.. it, 91 4-5. These were all awarded
prije s of valuable books.
Miss M m I Kinse', 97 on recitation,
also received a similar prize.
Miss Kovwnii Wli'ujy was also presen
ted with a prize by hi r teacher Mrs. Fern-bee
lor punctual attendance. She missed
Cut one day through the year.
Caashl in Cog-Wheels.
Mr. Dwight M. Styron, a young man
of the city, who, a few weeks ago, began
to harn the machinists trade at the A. &
N. C. R. R. shops met with the misfor
tune vesteiday of gelling three, lingers of
his right hand caught in the cogs ot n
machine at which he was work'mg. They
were mangled so that Dm. Duguid and
Primrose, who dressed the hand, had lo
remove the first joint of one linger. It is
expected to save ihe others.
Mr. St. yon has ihe sympathy of his
friends and ihey are glad that Ihe results
were no worse.
ANOTHER FANCY POl'LTRY YARD.
A.J.I inch Joins the Urand Army of
Mr. A.J. Finch, the insurance agent.
has liecome a i'uncv poultry breeder. That
i pretty and great laying bri-id, the Silver
sinnn.-lt-H 1 l-i nihil rtr is ili t.iip hp su-fllpd
! upon to breed. He lias a pretty fleck of
one dozen grown iowis una t young
i . . . .. . . . . . .
i i iuckpiis; nil oi I lie young ones are ai mi .
(!. E. Foy's and the remainder at Mrs.
I l!ange:l's. All the little chickens are
'following common hens, the Hamburgs
being non setteis.
! .In l"in" Irom the b resent outlook Mr.
j I'm li will be able to show some admira-
: bio spec imen.s at the next rail'.
The Episcopal Peuic.
The l'lniseopaliaus had a jolly picnic
Friday. The steamer Ti-entj was used,
j They steamed down Neuse river, pist
I Wi.kinsK.'s Point, ihen back lo Dannen-
I erg's farm, and then they landed and
1 partook of an elegant dinner nnd such
! jtlier enjoyments ashore as suited each
I Then iu the alh rnoou all re-embarked
j for ihe homeward trip, arriving at dusk
I w it Ii all well pleases with the day's re
' i reation.
Fnormon-i Fili KhlpmentM.
Ve have h a 11 inlormod tint the esti
mated value of the fish shipped Irom Roa
noke I-latal this spiing is 150,000.
To n ah..- ibis properly it must be le
memheie I that the Island is not a large
ope, hy any moans. If we mistake not,
o-s lh hi ahiindiid families reside on it.
uiheis than the residents omnge in the
lis'iing during its se;,SnI) but ihe inhahi
tanlsei t tin ir lull share f the beuetits.
( During a jmrtiou of the shad season
from TOO to 1 .00(1 boxes passed through
l-Ilizab'-ih City d lily. Some ol lliese tish
J cam - from other points, hut Roanoke Is
; land sent more than any other oDe place
The tidi fiirnished a larne amount of
freight for the steamers Neuae aid New
Berne which itin from this city,
In Ihe t'lly ol F.lnm Hud trlmttf,
Umtarred lu nnd llrlelly Ttli. '
The justly celebiaie.) Bingiiam's .-mJiiki!
has just held the conimeneemeut. eKercibC
of ii 102 1 year. Col. J S. ('air of Dur
ham, delivered the addns-. '.''.
The time for li.-ting tax. s has arrived.
It begins to-day and end- .luue .''.Oih. Thev
are io be given in at Mr. S. H Ktnet';
The Jul ksniiv ille Times; Ii lis o! aii alli
gator having been t-Mti.dit in "the riv.r
tliere by two men. which measure jiitie
feet three iuchos m length. Tin- Tnn.-.s
ltscom mends shipping him to Kins'..!
Mr. Stephen Fulfil!.! has a lll'jr ii
nature in his garden, a r!u hi of direct .
perfect apples which have grown directly
liom the trunk of the t.ee. not from uy '
branch, but from Ihe tee ilseit, Tbel't iv
i ot even a lo .1 bet ween the applet- ant
The Jacksonville 'I imcj fells of the
marriage of Mr. VV. W. ilarve'll mid Wise
Dolly A. Bland, both of that place. Their
matrimonial al tempts had be. " Iiiuken Up
six tiuios by the father ol M..ss b'..-jd, bat
they determined to "irv, tiy upain," auri
at la3t they were successful.
Tiie Raleigh News and Observer .Ts
that Fitly Ihonsand dollais wjs the esti
ma!eof more than on.- Raleigh hlitinePtl' '
man of the ninount lelt in Htleiph hf
those who tame to tin unviHing, and
more extravagant istimabs placed the
amount at nearer fl Ou. i too.
Rev. Rllfus Ford and lam ly left, on
the steamer Vanreh"i"o for Seven Spring",
where the family will remain througb-tutf
summer, Mr. Ford has not ytt moved fill,
his furniture and will be in ihe city a br-ef
lime again, ere long preparatory 'ffV
moving to wherever he I or tues permit-t
Mefsis. Tvsoti t Co . fiom W'ilSnH Lava
jut opened ia one o1 (he trioi-eu rtppnsiW-e. '-i
Hotel Albert with n line ol tine hrmilT . ' f
grocejies Mr. F. M. V instead, fiom Wif-.;','. '
sou also has his racket More op. n - under ,",, '
Ids phot. igrnjih gallary and is tittnicliojp. -r
The flchr. S. Wairen Hall.i'itpt. K. VV."jf.;' '
Hill, which saihd Irom this port t-fl"Bo- '.,
ton last uiopih with a cargo of lumber. ,
Irom Hie SOinson Lumber to. ssilet
from Boston on the 20lh, ( Wednesday)
lor Wilminglon N. C. with a cargo ol'ltrt '
tilizers. , ,-y" :
i; . '
Turlington Institute, BmithnVM, N. C, , - -r :
holds its doting exercises Julie lliU.
Hon. Josephus Daniels, editor of the New "
an I Olieerver, delivers the anrttiul lit-
dress. 'I here will h Iso be s uvtiob ii"
old studeuis wilh nn nddrtss by Juoi lkl;
aiorgan, Auoeviiie, L.a.
' i iii -....;,,
The Free Will Baptist picnic wa held ..T V
29th. ult., at Pollocksville. Thev wenfub ' . '
on the steamer Tient which is fipeiy -. : '
adapted to picnic pnrposes. ' Sb4 VraeLf" -J-:.
well filled wilh t lie many pleamre reukr-,
The day passed otf with everythiog a , '.
good as coma De aesired. uinner - was ,' ,
partaken of the large yard unrl Jrrowe of
Mr. White, on the outskirts of the villain: '
which afforded a commotlious play .!- .-'
ground afierwurd. The table vra upreBtt' '
in the gnat est vancty and of thii-iirerr ' s
best. E very lxly was free and uasy , and -'
all enjoytd themselves to the utrnosf.
TETTER FOR 15 YEARS : .
On Fee And Scalp. FhyalcUn -PN- g' .V I. '
eeitptlons nnd Kemediea FsJl. liMt ' '.".
All Hope of Cure. Thought ilimaelf ,.; '.' r
DISFIGURED FOR LIFE W::
Cntlcura Removeel Crusts at Onee, ,' '..'i,.
Disease Entirely Gone In One Mdntb, -4 ,
Now No Trace. 8Uln Smooth. "' .;
, u:'- t'IC" ,
For more than lilu-en year I was efleote4 ' ':
with running Tetter on my face ml. I CJ. , -,
Vari.mg prescriiioii ami uiaay illes m ;-'
turn lulled, being afterwards treated by Bisumi ; - . -iihysicianu.
aud all to no uTall. I had Jd sU ' .: " '
hope of ever beinp cured, ami concltuti that f ,; -
was disfigured for life. A f lie-nd urrnusilsd in; ' .,-" ,
to give the Cutic-vua Rem boi es a triiJ, wkkiiif
didin this way : Takiuir the (ltioijua Kkmoi- -vent
two teaspoonfult after eocli niosl, huthrt) k .
tho effected parts iu warm water with IJwtpcv -
Soap, and applied tho C'tTieuitA freely jtatrl th -. : r
crusts were all removed. In one month mt fin v '.'','; "
and scalp were perfectly smooth. - I pv this ?.!-'' ::. ,
checiful testimony for tiie benoflL of all wboan . .
thus afflicted. T. J. CAliA.VISS, 1. II.. : -' '- - ,: - V
Coluinbiaaa, Aift . ' .
TETTER ON SCALP AND HAND
fined CrrricrjttA Iiemediks for Tetter on tna K
scalp. They left me sound and well. -My Sunt. .
had Ecwima of .the scali since girlhood. CUM-' -'',
Cl BA ItEHEDIES cured llOr. ; . (
8. J. BUKKHART, Rutbton, Tean. -'
TTail Drv Tetter on mv hands. Used wersiij '.
remedies without relief. Ci'Ticnti KjtMEniE (
entirely cured inc. Mv hands are smooth and i.
soft. F. U. W Ai.KER, Oaklandt G. ." '
THE TORTURED, DISFIGURED
And humiliated, everywhere, will find in th
Cu-ncuKA Rkuedies ft stieedy and economical , i
cure for every disease and humor, from pltnplas '' "
to scrofula, from infancy to age. 5, 4.'
Bold throoRhoct the world. Price, CotlOTItA.
tOc.;SoAP, 1'nc ; ItMot.vr.HT, 81. lrB iiaoa ' . .
AMD CBBll. Coltp., tiole Proprirtors, Bostoa.. , f . A..w',,
How to Cure Bkin Iilseames," mailed fn-.1
LIKST, Whltet, Clr-areat Skin sal Softess'
liaada produced ly CuTicuilA boat.
CheBt Pains, Soreness, Weak-aes.
Anhim Flciiriav.and InflaiumatiOB
tl relieved in on mlsuts by ttas
Cntlcura Aatl-Fain Flaaasx.
-: WE HAVE 1-
W HICH WE WILL SELL AT
15 cts. Per Yard.
And et what you
i'-3 Pollock St.
ivUi IM-h H a li r. a-', .-ll Ii3
'. lii.- - I I liiiiih u - IU It Hi
W I- it. lie, ai I -1 1 lea n.
wirhnut iOuj lit" t-atnU. Vosl
f -M at lbr him BD, ibf mat hi Hf -ta-f
Ihr r-t Urt,-h'. if-torl sU'ewet
tirl rhorrnt wire, hm wnMnl
oar.iw1aito'. hillr ehM hliif j
No mtrnkrn rtl-sbf-a, nu m-l.
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
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