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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, AUGUST 1, 1893.
NO. 22 .
L ... mxvvA
ttr aa -aalth. It win aa-ra
aamatta; UA fa afraa latalr
Caata-Ha, d Uo Warm a.
Caataria allay Fararlaan .
j U fa ym tUa"bIy tha W ra
k wwM ku mf fam. It la aarmlea.
- c - v CatarU roliay Taatalaa TrVlaa.
",.. . . C tarta ear CamrUpatloa, and Flatnleney.
Caatarta man traHaaa taa anWta af earWmta add gaa ar palaonw air.
Caatartn daaa not aantafa rp ar , ayram, ar atkar nar eatto piopoi tf .
Caatarla aawfaiflataa taa faad, yanl tna tamach and aowala,
" ' " trg fc Ittj and nararal alaan.
Caataria fa ynt np in ana-afaa Vattlaa anly. It t not xJd In bnlli.
Pant aHaw any ana ta aall yam anytkiaK an tna plan or promUa
fka it fa jnat aa f d" M "will anawar o-rery puTpot."
S taat yan rt O A-g-T-O-R-I-A .
ajgnataja af .
Children Cry for
L. Cutler & Co., New Berne. N. C.
, i " GUILFORD COLLEGE.
' Tat AaVsjshBjW ft Mli aratswtw CoHess, aaea ( Yauira Men and Young Women.
, - Four Iats Comnoodioua iJuiklinea. Noted for its Christum and homc-lika
. aeaithfui mttuerx-A. Classical, Scientific, Latin-Scientific Courses. Normal, Busi
. peas. Art ao4 Music Departments. Collese and Society Libraries, Scientific
' bonUory and UabineU Facutty of able instructors. Charfres moderate.
FoaCATAfoopBs ADpRKffl,. - The PRESIDENT,
1 -' -'"w :-r" ":V--: ' . . Q1IILF0RD COIiEGE, H. q.
NOTICE tf SEIZURE
- NWBBJli N. 6, Jane 19 b, 1805.
. Notion is becrby svrn the seizure of
. tbe fjllowiHg pn-peny for v!itlati-n f the
v" ' internal rrveoue Umr, Sections 3303, 3305
' Juot Otli. clevoa packnin s of corn
-" wUiakey so sed at the dauillerr of David
y. tatt(Tn, No, 29G at Vanot-buro,
Jane )$,. thrre pickazes of om
.-. 4 wMikey.-se)7et 1 st- iti'e twr nTiMio
feihkins, Nr Herp-. from Uie if-
-. iillery of rJ.t iDvVl AvV 'ilerw.p, also
, two psckajt of con wUiskey lnra the
distillery of J. A. Pat ten 421 .
- Any person claim".; ny of onkl liquor
is hereby notified to appear at tliis office
i the city of New Sentr, wiihm 30 d ivs
(rota ibe date hereof and make such
1 . eiima in the mannet awl f-rni prtcribel
" liy law or the said pn-prrty will l for-'
- fated ta the TJoited tjtau-s.
- a f. M. FiMnosa, CllectT.
By W. T. Caho, Uepaty Collector.
- ' - JoalSdl 4
NOTICE cf SEIZURE
KKWunta N. C, June 20Ui, 1893.
' Notice feberkby given of the seizare of
the following property for Tio'ation of
tbn Interna! Revenue la 4, Sections 5238
and 825,to witr
- Jane 18tb Eleven pack-tges of Corn
Whiskey srisrd atl!r dwttl'err of A. B.
mpia, HQ. 2 Vifl at AtUincf, t'amlioo
liiity'N. fatenJwriQrtpper-StiHs, one
ildtikg 169 sallfina, the other Q0 g&tf.ms
. wster ra8aurem-nr. togi tlwr wiui the
'ntpr worms and fit tares belonging ' to
- 1 n nmii taii.i ur r hill luinnr
. . 1 . ' j t . .... '
01 wuer mirnj is Here UJ nwui u iu-n- ,
pear At this ofilce in the city of Newbem
- - ; witbJo 30 days from the dnte hereof and
i raaJteaoch cl-iWns in Ibe nannor aiMl lorm
' pivacribe't bj law, or ihe sa'M pioporty
will txs fbneit"d to the L mied emics.
' . i I 0 I. PoU. SiaoK,!. CjjitetJt.T,
' - W,T. CaHO, UJimtyColhct .r.
. H it . - jin Bldlt w4t
r . PET-PCI YARDS,
' fot their imraeuse cat
.aldgue to be issued this
o-fjtb. H costs' onlj a
EGMS FOB H ATOOING
.vV si'ECiAivrv -
y ivj;ss3l Prices o Fowls.-
fiP.'R HCEGrE & CO-,
NEW BERNE, - N. C.
Trjy lst pd pHSApEUT Brick in
' tnwtV" X will sell them chxapeb Uuin
sajbndr else will sell ibe same grade. Sea
me beXbre yon boy.
. - , , . C KEItEHSTXIJ.
atf Caatorla -with fhm patronage of
to rpaak ot it wtthont gsMiing.
ody for Infanta and Children
CaUdrea like It. It
tag It Mt . In It Mother-, hare
fa and practically perfect aa a
and Wind Colia.
wwwaf. W WW a.
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
, .; : Not one pound of Scrap Iron
'. v ' . la erer oaed In theeo good.
, DURABLE, CONVENIENT tna ECONOMICAL
All Modern Improvements to Lighten
, Twenty different Bixee and kinds.
Every Star Wairuted Against Defects.
Prices not mnch Itignor at this time
- than on commoner kinds of Stoves.
CaMon or arfdrast
New : Stock !
We are Cpnstantly ReceiviDi
Nsrw STOCK OF
2sj c Am a ass, reran ITT7EE,
MaTTBESSSS, 'BSD SFSHTOS,
wnmqw shades, tstoss,
Cook: & Ueattno Stoves, .
Gasoline Stoves, Crockery,
W booffht this enllre stork for spot eali
ami we will soil it tor ROCK BOTTOM
flenres lor cash or on time, so call nml ex
amtae oar Stoc eore pnrrhailns elsc-
r arnitnrfl and Eardv&re Co.
-t " !
No'aTOA 3 Mt'hjle PW Berne, K C.
Do You Need....
Ice Cream Freezer, ;
Wire Screen Doors,'
and other Seasonable
IF .SO, CALL ON j
Also a new line of Ilea uli fill
Dress Goods. 20 pieces that Sea
Ut IO CtS-
WI a SWINDELL & CO.
In I lie tlly of F.I in- nml Vicinity.
JHthcro(t In ami Briefly Tolil.
Mr. Krnet Wo "1 i- krs i'il; I ' i c L'nvini-
men' weather h.im'iI
IV 1. tlir r.gu.ar nli
Mr. W. !
We aie informed ill it there is a farint r
who has to i ross Ni use river to . his
?i":itJitiLr at New I'-erne w ho has paid live
from i hi' i t v dur
III his p
! Mr. F. Muiiluad ha- Uascdllicohl
I'DutK'an Farm.' Cartel it lountv and
! iniide it his home. An oner nih. r plaisiiii:
j leatiuvs he finds j i : nty i-J' oi:d huutini;
: ai d di-liyhts in it.
The heaiitifiiMy rc-isned eoiutnns of
. 'Ik I'i'W jion h . f tin- court house row ii,
; io.-i! inn, 111 a ii haiiiKonie aji
! c irance.
I I he coloreil Fair is unw ;eitiiiL' its
! l.i rt: aovi rtiinr leiv up ill towns of
ihe Siate Iviri; h hvu'ii New IVnio and
j ChaHoite. S t v. W. V. fiawrence is at-
ten-1; niz 1. the "l k.
1 in- Ml ,.iy i xenr.-coni.-i yol hack at
j ten o'clocEJ Friday. It was a pleased
piity. JNot a on . 1 1 1. in t was heard and
all icpnr. huviuy had a rand tune.
The (). Marks Co. were pulling in Ihe
CHsh niilna' sy-(nm at their nely re-m-ile!!ed
stoic. It is one of ihe first
li-i iaiion' f r the cpjniui; w hich is t"
take place alnint the lsl ol beplcinlje.'.
A gentloman writing from (Joldshnro
makas inquiry as to whether he can get a
l'a n here and il so at what pi ice. We
will Iiinrsh the address if any one has one
(hey wish to dispose of.
11 v. Henry L. Wi'ilield is holding a
piotraeled nucting at Kitt Swamp. Ki;ht
con versions have resulted so fir. The
mce:ings will continue- through Sau
day. The American bukenline J. Dresser.
sunk on Ouler Diamond sli
d on ihe 22d
inst.. at 2 p
iv ill Ik- n
111. The ve-JStl and caio
loial lo-s. Tlio crew was
The llevcnnc Cutter Winona which has
been under wailing orders for some time,
left for Key VVe-t, Florida, mainly on
ipiaiantiue rtulv. hut also to keep a hok
I'lit for lilihuslerin? p-.rties. She will
criui in neighboring waters.
The Kinslon Free Fiess says that the
forciJ of Ellis' Carriage W.irks has been
doubled in every department. It is a
busy scene m these shops now. This ex
tra lorce is made neces-a'y hy tin i r in
creasinr orders and the further lacl that
Mr. Ellis ilesirt-s 10 accumulate some
stock for the fall trade.
The Jacksonville Times says: "Mr.
Frank Mills of Vilmini'ton,, who has 1 en
long :"d fivorahly known throuiihoilt
this section, hiis ciuharkcd in the mer
cantile biisiu. ssat Miiysvil c. We wish
him the success that his untiring zeal and
Mr. F. Muirhead of Springle was up
to the city yesterday aud ave the
Jqcils.u, otrici; a plcisant call. He in
forms us that the liall had still not Ix-en
e.vtracieil from the shoulder o Mr. F.
Joiner, whose accidental shooting vfo told
The instruments for the music house
whvh Mr. J. W . Stalling i- ai.i -nt to
open in New IJeme are arriving. M re
an-expi cied t''ay . Win 11 cei jihiu; is
in readiness Mr. Shillings inlenils 10 have
a formal opening, conducted hy Mrs. W.
We leani I hat some days ao while Jix
W. Small's sons were at work in the corn
field, near what is called ''Core Cnek
Swamp,''" Carteret county, a yi un deer
came bounding ncris the field lollowcd hy
Jordan Arthur's dog. As it came near
ihe boys, it was very much exhausted and
Sir. Jul us Sinn'l followed and killed it
with a hoe.
The Oxford Orphan Asylum Choir
which gave so p'eising an entertainment
here Thuisilay night left on the way Fri
day afternoon to Elizalielh City and
oilier points. We hope tln-y will have a lih
eral rccrptioii everywhere, especially ns
there is an advance movement is about to
I e ma le nt Hie Asylum to give better la
bilities Iqr carrying lip Asylum work
and also to give capacity for taking in au
increased number of inmates.
Will pal up n lino.l Saw mil.
We leam from Mr. F. Muirhead that
a company of e'ght, (.f w hich he is one
nre about to put up a saw mill at Sprin
gle. They have ptirchasid ten thensaud
bcres ol finely timbered lands, holding, mc
eoid:.ng io what is considered a low csli
inate. eighty million het of standing tim
ber, two 1 1 u r I s ol it pine, the remainder
divided between ash. oak, gum, cypress;
blac k j ick, iScc. It is int. u ded lo pay
giHl aitention to the. latter mcnti-ued
woods and gtt them up in go d shape
tor ceiling and other finishing mate
rial. Mr Muirhead is a native of Edinhoro
Scotland, but is more recen ly liom Pins
burn Fa He is well please 1 with our
country every way, hotir as regard re-our-i-i-s
and heallhfiilne-s. He is making his
home i Springle but has, not vet bi ought
his family dortli. Our people ex'fen I
ihem a warm welcome ' Good progressive
citiz ns Are i yer desirable.
I.t Th rff Flnjreri.
C'hanncey Newkirk, one of the colored
men employed upon the pile driving
work at the Public building, got his hand
caught paillv under the hammer ol the
pile an I lost three of his lingers.
Dr. Sln-et, assistc I bv ljr. lieu ton
fell ilc red
the uecesSirv surgic d assis-
a k 1 11 u KoaiIv lor Opening:.
' fr .T T, Mrbiinii-I is friviier I hp store I
' a-'-j lining Mr. J.J. Tolson's a thorough
j cleaning ptvpinuory f..r opening the gro
j cerv I usine-s of Mi Daniel it tt.iskill.
J T In v expect to open about the middle
Jf. L. Fenlress Moveit Xrlj Itl-rllC.
Mr. J. I. F.iitriss. of Maribel, fas
toove-l his ; rot-pry I u'n.s up to the eily
iiiio lln- otoie mar ihe nuikit recently j
vacated by Mr. .) . . .M. sic. lie w ilt
carry a full stock of gnceii.s and some
general met ehand iso not strictly in the
Mr. Fentriss hasc.irrie 1 on a firming
and merchandizing bu-im ss at Maribel for
some time. For tlie proaiTit lie leavis Jlis
himiiy' on ti e farm, with th- exect.il im)
id iiioving them up til the eitv later. Mr.
Fentress i- ;t u 1 and energetic man. We
are glad to have him as a citizen and
hope to see bin: do well heie.
Th'- 'I'rilbys w ere joluewhiil ilsd up
hy the Kiriclon nir.o in tho match game of
base ball at the Fur grounds Friday.
The .-tore by 'linings is as follows:
1 2 3 4 3 0 7 S fl 10
New liirr.e. ...710011 10 1 0 1
Kui-toti, 0 2 U :i 0 0 0 2 2 9
1! itti i i. -. Williams and Nelson
itison, M men and Jackson.
The British steanics Sir ithgyle cleared
i fri.ni Sernntoii, Miss . Thursday with
i 3. 203. Opt) supci lieial iect of
1 Rotti rdain. the largest cargo
; eyer carried out ol any port iu the U lil
SI Kt.KIt V
Hero at Home Witltoiil Spreiiil lro
vlNlon III riitifM (irnornlly t'oiisiilereil
Very lilli'iilt antl II nznnlnu.
A gentleman wa.- in tin1 i ;! !, ihe L'.'l .
from iln- cnuniry. w h" six n-k- a
all op. ration for n J n -1 1 1 1 i i t i - p. 1 1'-.
ini- 11 him I'Y one of phv-ii i ,i.
i n u-i I
. II. Miot. Ur. Mieit h. niu'
siiiuil to hini lound him Mill' rin-
lllis diCa-C ill So ailvalleed -i .'
lln ie was no time iel't in v.iivli o :
to ihe lily and -o lie wcil .die.d - ;
any -kill it assi.sianl . aio l o. ri. i
Anotlii r noieworihv
l.l I ill iol W.
Ii S. 1':::;.
r.,-n:o:.. I :
cent ly pi riorum! I -y I M
afsisle I hy Iii. C. M
one in o .wlolnmy. - It
mom h -inn- the opciat i
ui a- per
and 1 he ilient h.
. -how u -Icady 1 1 u j r- o i -
1 11 1 11 .1 h tl.e e.i-es eiled th li-uiU
I c n as good a they niilil h.ive If. n
where, and yet in IkiiIi in-iaeee the o
tions heloimed to ela--iv- for
prohahly the niaj irily ol peopii- uonM
I.i'i that ihey won .1 have to t .ke .1 N. ilh
ern irip in oiiler to have been -u, i ess'uilj'
trealeu, but fpeiiinee prow.- that
our lesident physicians, others as we'd a
tliose mentioned iihove. do h uidli' ditli
cult casts succi ss'ully, iind moreover when
patients wish to enter a special iu-tiiution
lor treatment, lin y 'ectn to I'orgi t ollen
that tlu re is ore near I heir home, iecalel
in our sister coui.ty, Lenoir. We r !er io
Dr. Hyatt's .-aiotoriu n nf Kii.sto
While it is wi II to r. cogni-.; all a (van
tages prosesscd hy the gieat and admira
bly eijuipp' d institution-) of Ihe eounlrv.
it is well also to naiize the -kill th ii i-possi-ssi
d by our o,n i xeeiiei t n si.h ni
physicians which they ix- lei.-e -o adiiiiia
bly whenever oecasion require-.
OXFORD ORPHAN ASVI.l .11 I HOIIt
il ('( KSSFl
' eo n 01 anizii i; thev pn ciiiid a pirn e . 1
And tho!S..r,.rlsii.ilv ...l i:nl.-rlniii-; U)0l,1,nu ..r,. ...v r,,m. ,- ;K.
ment by Them I.nt KIkIii. ,;,, j-'air building was tit's 1 u.-s'd The
We suppose that a very large propol - ' managers wi 1 !i 1 ommeudali'ii juibi 11; spi--
,. , ,. , "1 ,,., 1; i Mend. .1 th( in '.he ll-e of il fl. e ill the
lion ol those who ai tended the entertain- , , . . ,.
eai 11' il 'V- ol the order and Mr. I;, r. d
ment hy the choir Irom the Oxlor.l Oi-i.h hi ; ,;s !hp ;,,, ,v
Asylum at the theatre Thursday did so s ikewis.- I'lirni-ln d then light without
nnich from a desire lo he'p the worthy : charge.
object as they di I from a le-ire lo h en"- j The lodge k-d gaiuing in sii-.-iigih.
tertaimd. But whcllier they went maiul) hoth numi riealiy ami liuancially and
lor entertainment or not, every aitrndai.'t i making regulation:, and h-law--lor iis
received full money 'j-Morih. " : govcrniiient .! ixigencie mo e until a
The entertainment surpassed the expi c- very g.-od sy-U-in was wmked out.
tnlions of tveryhodv it was a genuinely, j At last, 1-i.li. s, .iij-on motion of
delight -ul, enjoyable all'.ir. The chijiri John Hill admitted to al! privihg. s 0:1
is one that, ae'e considered would nlk-. l -pi.d term with u.en, ar..I tlw order on
cridit upon any school. The voice.- were! I cn ndr 07ih, 1S'J, one year ind nhn
swi et and in good training an 1 in s .ng inoiilhs Ir.un date was Ire; of de'-t and
and n-eitiitioti alike they gave evi lem e had li-VM 71 iiwthe treasury. It now has
th.U they were ivciiving no inferior ! over $I,1ini and l.-ds lair tor oatinue j.ain
instruciiou at the grand ch n i- j ng in p-.pul.n ily an I strengd.i.
table institution m which thry are b(rng : Th- "idir. at a v. ry trdli.ig outlay,
furnished with a home and I'duniiion. ; only 25 cents p-er month h.r ilin s and
Space prevcnls our going into dilads ' fl.ti' upon the death 0: a mniiil.er, fur
We will say 110 more ol the entcrluiiimotit ni-lus insarMtve and olio r ;.-yte-li"n to
ilseh. but call attention to the fact that the i many n oide who oiher. i.-e would 1 ol
tour is lieing made to hung Ihe ojik-j
and the Asvlu n im re hit toiirh w nh
eac h oilier, that the work w hich the A-V-
lum is (loin.' mav I better realized ap-j
mwhitral and unlield.
Th re was o. c good f. atuie (A the A - y -
lum's work 1 xenipliti--1 lx;:..ie ih- ;iu-;
.1;...... K-.t .i,i..l. . .... .1 I .i y i-.i-. !
.1 .1. .,, 1 .,. .... :..,i.. ', ,. .,"
1. v im I ii rj 111. mi iii.-n .11 1 :ii.'m ..l-
not called to 1 tn it Is Dial uie .-impie,
but neftt, pretty and wi Ii liuing garments
worn by all the children wore made hy
themselves, ev.-n to tlieir -ho, -, even the
smallest uir!, appaoiulv o.i y i' -nu i . . n
years old c iu cut and m.ike her own
As the good eiiizeiis of our Slide look
U)on those childieli laiddi.ig into livis of
usefulness, it must I h? ii h ud heart in
deed whose owner could feel iii-ihl hill a
desire to further th- urea! wink ..f lln
Asylum in every way possible.
wn.n 1 MiToN-s iiiiKii i:
Anil Wlml llio.y I'mposf to II" ul Ihe
Flrenien'N Tonrimmoiil .
From the Wilmington papers we make
clippings in reference to the intentions of
the Wilmington Fire companies about
coming to and pnrtii ipatiug in the Fire
men's Tournament. The Miss -nger says:
' Wilmington will le well r. pr. sealed
nt the approaching Siale Fneuu r. s tour
nament at Xiw Hern in Angu-t. Ala
inciting of the Fiilh Ward Hook and
Ladder company held Monday night it
was decided that the c-.impaliv should
lo New Berne with their apparatus. The
boys are in good trim, and will no doubt
maintain the enviable reputation that oic
department enjoys for its rllijiency. Tin
expect to carry about twcnly men.''
From Ihe.l'tar we lake tin- fillowin-:
'"Howard lleli. f Engine Compiiny No.
1, w ill leave lieie on Ih" even n.' of lie
5th of August to t:ike in the Firemen s
Association meoliug at New IVrro, 2x. C,
and try their luck in the compel it ivo races
whieh take p ace on August G h to con
linuo until Aug. 10 h. They cxpict to
wiu the lirst. prize and possibly sonic of
the 01 hers. They will carry thirty active
numbers and ten honorary men. b. is la
the engine contest. Chief E lgine. r Wai
ter A. Furlong, As-istani Pete. N. Kick.
nnd Assistant John 15 '0s,jh w ill do i he
work. In the Imse reel i onle-t II. T.
Oldenbutlle bultinan: W- -I II. Hl '.'me,
coupling breaker; and Hinly" )ii,
Martin kSchuibbin, (ieorgo Silmite John
lllonime ami J. E.- llaar, pitieuien, run
ners and horsemen will Iry t" brink all I
previous records. j
' "The company has Ixkhi supp-i.d witiij
new uniforms, consisting ol blue coal , i
white shoes, duck pants find fiii-u--,
a fi.k ici a of ii:tH-
Two loen tlinl Weigh in Hie Aitsre.
IfHle Four l'oiinils on One I Insier.
fr. Anthony Wayne of ( llympia. has I
brought to our ol'i.e a remai kabiy line ;
bunch of pears of a blight pi. -of aiicty. i
Wilhin a space i f about i ight.-en i in-' o
theie are exac ly two d-- n p. ars The
bunch weighs ju-t four pou..ds.
The peal's are 01 go-'i)' Size, 111 nigh not I
ripe rhir even 'as ye.l grown. 'J'lcvwiH;
p'Ol-ahly be double Uuir jirn-.-i-i - ze ai .
Mr. Wayne informs u- th theh .-,Mi
Int-s of this vaiieiy. t'-nt l'u nr.- b .h
lOiidetl iilld al way - do tvi e !. 1 lo ,,a o!i.ci
varieties but these he consider-his I o-t.
Such results as he at tain-, as is manifested
by this s-implc and by the delicious ripe 1
fruit in iis sia-,;n is as plain pioofils any
one need want that 'this :- a line pi ar 1
It js il I 111 i t to which our lalii'i-
I give increase, I atlontion.
J K. K. F. RliiiipaKH Imprnv inu.
! AVe are glad to see Ihe foilow ing .tern
. in the Kinslon Free Pres.-:
'Just a.-we go to pre., a li'ler li',uii
Mrs. Hump:',-- bring-the good m w-lhat
' Hev. If F. Bum pas.- wa- ubln to io to
i i ll o rub twice mi last Sunday. The do. lor
iiil'oi ins him that his e es are almo-t well
i He will le home in a few wick-."'
A (Jooil Itievelo Kim
Mr. T. F. Sanders has br,
bicycle record. La-t wm k he r.
old home iu John-ton conniv
one day, spending the "reater p:
He lieide the entire ilislan.-e of
in .-even hours which is;mai
little more than 9 miles an hour.
le to bis
ill I b ick
'.i I of ihe
i go of a
a good iieoidoii Sampson roads.
On the 24th inst , sixloeiith of an inch
ol raiu fell in ten ininulea in Raleigh.
lM(i UTS OF HARMONY 1! N('T
i:h !'iriiniiii;ir P ti ! S i ; Faiti-i .
;i I ' he ('(HO'! HiMISi'.
.1 ti l.ii j i alii A 3la i
li l l.is l.-veclleiM
l; rrssi HI: Orilrr.
T, -.a- i-.r-.-. :.
ami One Wli ili
a " i I in el ii -ml
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,t lllloll 111 I ll'.o I
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'el had - ol
ii 1 v. o n . Oi I ;
igin in a i o.ivi r-a-
a: i ii - o I i ! i , en v
ion A. Il .rr .-
a i j e 'te: . ill
.leioine !'.. -i i r i U ina-..n. It
.'. h.ise I on ti.e .h s re Io have a heneli-
(l'l Oi'U a'' 1 at'' I ) of Mlc!l slllall l'-'St that
anv woi'-hv pe son who dps re I mihi
participa'c in n- i-en. Ill-, 'fhe !ea linj,
ihoiig'.it was aa o.'g.ia-. itioii of working
nun w h:e!i w.iuld prompiy provi.e in.
I'Cht b.iri.d lor a i ! c- :t- d uieiiii j-. aid
v. h.i.-e lliendil': - would iiill !1 uiy cXiead
ai 1 to lii.-h ol In 1 in loo - ..f iiee( 'ty.
Il would he mi. i -lino, lo tince f'u'l
he M Vi-l(ipilH'llt if lllC ll'oe.O ll'Ulll i!S
siiiu!! and eiu le 1 .. ir i 1 1 1 1 1 1 g of oaly .-ix
nendieis to iis pre-i lit . Iimiinsn .ns. coai
i!'i !ieii:-; o si oik- .Hat wal iaitl plans of
oi gamz it ion.
Lit it -utlii a- to -av th.toii iie 22d da
of Mao. h. lsi.2. Mes-i.-. I -111111 A. II. ir
r,s. Frank I'etaway, Win. II. IVsimp, -I.
I! Bnwi). Win. l'au.i- and .1. T. Liu-
have any at ,,ll.
I s-.i k anil ihilio-.s.d
At 1 ve'y meeting the
members are iiapiin-d
' al'u-r. r ot .t - a mat let-
of lorm I ait with
1 he deliberate tatwi'i-.n -f cxlcnding ai.
I when it is nee led. I he distressed inem-
1 heis do not .-ick the mil r. th-- order .-eeks
them. Then: are no -lipu'aled ) umciits to
I lp 11. M ie 111 oases of iilll.ss MTli lhen :1
1 ,,,..,..1. U -il.'e 1 . orovaln fo- hoo-.lC l,n
.. ... ..
rei ei is n- itl: in
110111 the mil 1
but ii he
i In comes ne.' d v
I 1 1 : ft 1 1 - i- pi o '. !
aid a in te I in h
n iptue- I
ohtiit aril r. pio.upt ly
ai d In ny.
; 111 i lie ii ., I "5 1:1 I--.lt-, 1 . V nt ( ill 11 1
'lieceis l meml or is ilitil ed lo ijO
I ill o ice as so ui as he die-, an I w uhin 3.)
;div; to one ,!ol ar addition d for each
j u.iMib.'i- in liie lodge. Tin l'e is also a
U-li.piii dcgi'ieiu which ic-iii'iince foi
: laim-r sums is given lot" like .small
j expi n-e to those wlu wi-h for moie.
j i'he order hu dniic good wmk in New
; Heine and Cravin Co . and on the 2lih
j the me ubers had a hie eel. -brat ion - pub
j lie exeri ise- at the lour! house ami a hali
I ijiiet at Stanly hall.
j Th" ex -rci-e- at the court lions; were
e 11 1 ie I '.tit ac onling U. the program puh
j lishe 1 yesterday mot niug except ihai the
j me. tii-g was np.-ne-i with prayer hy H.-v.
'(.!. Varde 1 and the address was m ide
j by Mr. John Stanly Thomas. Il was
j beautilul and fl iwery. Tne r. citation i
I the New IieriiC eloi'iitionisl, MisS 1 Jessie
Tucker, wa- wry li-n-. As good as Mi-s
Bessie his been 111 ihe ia-t she stem- t
ki ep inijinix 1' g.
The singing by Mis. W. 15. Hill was
greillv admired and Mr. A W. Cook
kc'i'l :hc audience in a roar wjth his comic 1
recitations, il.; and Mr-. Hill were
In-art i 1 y ere ued.
The 1 xei-eis-. s ai ihe cotiri hou-eluing
over the member- and in iti d gue.-l s re-p:.in-d
to Stanly Hail where cmhl tables
'Cii'lr.iig auro-s the ro-mi had b-en pi'e
p mil ai d set to a. e m nodaie b- lwien
three and four hundred people. I he hu
ply Was abundant and goi!
(i illons ot
ii e Cl'iillll ali-1 ol 11. V
appi-illed III slioit
f ivoriie edibles 1 lis -
idei" but tin- supply
iv,is not 1 xh iii-1. d.
The crowd was pre.t'y n.arlv iuiil:y
liividi-d I., twoeii fidiis and gi ill li-men.
The biii'iiielcis d sjn r-e I :i idl'e after
eleven .."dock we'd nlea -ol at the enj 'V
iu id : hal led re-tiUcd ii oin th ir suc-
APT. SOI 'TiMJA'l K I'ltOMO I Kl
lit H-st lk iu- ('4iiiiiiuiiI iii Hi!1
.il l oi l lit-O. U. S. S. Co.
Though we ale sorry lo lose C'apt.
Thos. M. Soullig.ite fio.u New Heine
water- weine g'a I to learn
f his promo-
li.n from the captaini-v ol tin- steamer
New if rue to a moie important vs i ' i .n
lllsiun w id llel',: tier be bet W ei H IS
i :i il;r 'ti s ot her
e u 'IV,
We i-iin ihe:
' ' !
gr du'iii ions.
The Eliza 'nil
dc 11 r-Ciinoinl-t
says of ihe ch mg- :
"t.'ait. Soutngate has h, rn prom ted
to the co nmaiid if Ibe steam.'!" "viith-
amotoii. of the l ld Doiiiinion iim-, audi
l-iis tun Will he daily lion Nnrl-dk It. I
.Mathers coiintv. It i--i tin- lic-lplaci
W.tll th- bi.-t salary in ill'.' Old Doaiinioii
'ompany. lie sv : 1 i go into his new com
ma'., i on ibolir-i ..f Angus'. We h -l.
tnnarl with him. hu' w i ong rat u lab- h i m
.i n lor
i , -in 'i :
!M I5l.lt' SCMOIIL l',lhi,
'I'll. sjito Hint Have llcen in I hi- Will
liilii'ly Ii Itel ai in-. I .
From lulleigh c.-rre-nondi nee in the
Wilmington Messenger we clip the fol
'When (imil ev Co., lmgarr the big
innvi iiu-iit :lgaili-t what thev term tiro
! took ti u-i, d-iing the si-s-imi of the I .I'g-'.-!a'iii'.,
I here wa- ipiiie a ronsalion. Two
.dtoti.evs and t'lrtf or four other person -Wi
re engaged in Ihe light. It is -aid that
i.r-1 and 'a-t ( .inn i.
-?tO.OII(l ji, ihi- Stale,
poi nt in - curing I i.e
t. o , have expended
I'll' v e in ied ihei
i , 'irdy a h.pt i .n"
lift in doing so lln-y won
no vic'.oiy at all. For
w hat -t i ins lo be
the Logi-lature a
i rwai'ds ah di-heil the
county boal'.is ol e meal urn.
have h ul ll'.e dnt-, I i ;. m-i;
X'l'-v as an al 1 a,;k
made it .on the
Democralie idiicit!ioiial -y-teu. :t is said
bv -otne well in'oi'iiud people that the
coiintv coiimii-sioiiei's, who have lo make
the -election of books, will slant! by the
S'ate Siipeiii.teii.le..it of Public Instruction
bv solteting the sime books. So here
agivn the fusion Legislature appears to
I have both done and undone."
Till: OAKS I'on.TRV FAIIIH.
I nrr.-a-i ii t il- Itilsi ni-. An.l Bollor
i:i; ii i iii em- Iteinu lftut in Iiieiibit.
Ii. i- el Im- - Kil l.'.-n ni-ielies 9iou
lrl A Sim-U l' !'iii4- Hundred on
A vivo to tin o.ik- l'ouiiiv Farm. Mr
.h hii K!i
i ii .'i i
pra t i
i ( Vi al
ii, ill 1 i I V
1 re 1 i
l 1 1 i a
. II hiu
,1 1 i !
llj; vai'ielus ol
-tan. lard in tin
ering -evi r .
lo.iitl'V lloll es
a I'es and
I .lis ine.-, of nio.-t
e brec'ling pens
lil'i V acres ot land
- ;,t!or I as r-xien-
iipprov.-ii pattern. 1
ii iuib-j.- iw ri'iv and tin
C in nuclei I wit;i th- ar
-1 e 1 un- a- 1- de-ii 1 d.
lie aid, a conip .r.dii ely new one. not
hi" year.- old as yi I, has 111 ictol'ore dep. n-
'e. I 1. II li.it -liinu hy Ii.itllial means lor its
ineie.ise, hut we noie with pl.asuie t h.it
1 lii,e M.'eub.itor cellar :.- biing built.
It I- :') X 1 " (eel and is hiicked up eight
1 e. - live lei I ol tl e hrii k work is below
the -in! a';-m the ej-oiiiiit. The capacity
ot Ih. i 1 1 1 1 1 . : 1 1 . . r wiil he ."5.000 .-hii-kens at
a lime. It i - aimed to make it ai Well
iadapiediogoi.il seiviic us any in the
1 I 'r.i'c I Suites
, The bio.id.Ts or artilii-i d mothers, as
i many as are needed, will be placed h -!
iween thejincub dor hoii-e ami the mad.
! The van Is being on a jeni ly sloping
well,- -hadad hill, no belter location for
, the hu-mes.s coiih! lie di-siied.
1 The Oaks Poultry Farm raises eggs
hind poibiry lor general maik.-t as well
I as for fini iers, a?id their products are in
! g.-od demand. The mamig. rs, Mr. Alfred
j Chen.-y. Jr., intorms that they have orders
aheid for ah they can lurni-h.
Mr. ( In ney is a true iiouhry fancier. He
j is in the hus'ines from 1 he love of it. lie has
i studied it in all its branches um I intends
! 10 make capon raising one leaturc of the
! farm.' lie inh.rms Us that capons will of
ten bring tlnec tunes as much on Ihe
i market as ol her Hjiiltry of the size, anil
'that there is good pro lit in raising them.
A SI KI'ltlSIMi TAI.K.VT.
A New Iter ne Boy Five Years ol Age
j liiM ol flip Week of Any
I lnlc '4rrpll.v How Doesi he Motto
j I li luct ioiih?
! Litllle Freddie Jones, son or Mr. and
j Mr-. Daniel Joins ol this city has acciden
i tally been di-c.jvercd to p -issi-si nn aston-
ishinir and unaceoiintable "'gifi" we will
! cab it that for lln- want of a better desig
! niti. n. Ih- will tell correct ly the day
I ( f the wix;k ol any date mentioned.
1 Freddie is not yet six years old, but a very
early ;i;i- he showed an aptitude for h-arn-
ing the alphabet and a disposition lo pore
; over culeiidars a most of children would
I over a picture b iok.
1 Thursday night his birthday was meu
i tinned and he voluntarily told what da."
I of the week it would fill on. His grand
I un. tin r Mrs. l'liiliiuon Holland then, wrth
1 out mueli thought as to what Ids reply
I would l-e tohl him the (late of Jler birth
day in Dei.ethlier and asked him what day
that would come on. To her surprise he
gave the informal fon and gave it correctly
tie was then tested bv other dales ol other
years as well us this and wis fan her tr.ed
I .ic-ieiiiiiy r.y nmuui is 01 our ciuzens wan
can nil us 111 Hand and no wmilil resnon.!
to the oue-tiniis in a v. ry si
lL time, after
! .-cemin-iy pulliiig 1111.-11I11I itfoit of Mime
kin I into getting at the solution, and too
iUi slioniii .-ewi.od io lire tiam.
All inipiiries to how he accomplishi d
the redilt. brought forth no s.iti-f ictory
re.-poine. His reply fi such fjuestioias
was ! le-'iin d n.yself." No one we have
he ud of can 1 . ii".;r any exp'aiiiition of the
: cmai kable liu iilty or guess at all as lo
how the Utile fellow reaches his an
ALMOST A FATAL ACT DF-SfT.
A Mrmlicr ol a Deor lriviuf Parly
Stud in I lie Face Tin- Blillt-I V ihhi h
Tlironj:li lli Mouth Downward nnd
L.xlu'O in 11 Im Shoulder.
A Springle Carteret county, correspon
dent writis as follows:
On Saliiiday last, July 20, F. Joiner,
.lord, 111 Arthur; and ( orge Simps .11
started their dog- on the trail of a deer,
,-omi win ic ea-t of Mis. M. Stanton's tim
ber, and near the head of "Core deck
After running it f ,r some time ihey lost
and as it came aiil near the head of a field
b.long.ng to Joe V. Small, he and his.
son- o,,i afer il. They ran it down to
within a lew mils ol theold Duncan firm
lions ; where it cuine to a stand for a min
ute, and then bounded off towards Ihe
cast and Si. nth sinking into Alex Fore
man's 001 n lL-ld.
Mr. Small and his sons dropped the
chase lure, lor ihe other parties had
un, who h id a prior claim to the
the mi n w in) had lirst started it went
.low n lo Mr. Foreman's field to look for
the deei; ns' the dogs had given tip the
chase; ir being a terribly hot hcy, iff. J.
An Inn-and Mr. U. Siiiiison were sfa
tioned on ibe wis t ide of A. Foreman's
coin lltld; and Mr. F. Joiner had just
j come fioni the house w hich is wist of the
i field; so that lha position was about as
Inllow-: Two on the east roa.d, and one
coming fioni the west, while the deer was
! in (he ceulie ol the three.
Mr. Jordan Arthur, anil Mr. Sintp-o.D
must have fired almost together; anil at
j ihe same time F. .Joiner had Ins gun up
i h his shoulders, ready to tii'c; lor Mr. G
I Sinip-on shot the deer, while Mr. Arthur
hoi i. .loiner, one ot lire swan snot, tne
;iin was loaded with; sinking the stack
. I . .-. . i :.. . ii .... i ..... i. ;..
j oi .lopoei s gnu glancing oil, ii-iu sumiu
inm.ui me rini sine t me nee, passing
ii... .....l. i.:.. .... ...i. .....l:...K,.t.ii.....i.-nu'i.,
I i"1 u-" O' ui'iiiii, .Lin i iiiio-iiiiii'i; nsu hi
Dr. Mason was called at one; but W'as.
nnaiile to lot.-atu 1 1 ie bullc1, (Vinl up to
i he nt-e-eiii tiiui-it has not I con extr.ic-
WRTIIERSi MKTIIOI.IST -oi.lf.uf..
timwlni; I'rolialtilil.y thai it Will he
l .venloil nt !'liiiiilni. Folk t o n illy.
Rev. W. . A. Giidiani, pyesidino
i Idei', passed ihroiigh ( liifiy night en
route ii'.'tv, lll!: wi -iei n part of the State
tu hU hoini! al Marshallbcrg.
Mr. tiraham's bu-inoss, as we staloxl
w hen he h it, was to look into'the matter
of the local ion ol a College for the Norib,
crn Methodist church, he being a member
of a committee appointed the purpose.
Indications point to Columbus, Polk
(aunty, us the piaee that will be chosen.
The location rei ommonils that plat e for
.il.' tiling. It is where patronage could
be draw n from South Carolina, Georgia
and Tennessee, as well as North Carolina.
Then, as a firlher reason, the chiel
coliegis of the State now existing are
clustered mainly about the central part,
giving licit poitioii an over supply of
iieiirbv -t liool eoiivenieuc.i s and
the extremes of the 'Stale compara
tively few. This tollege located irf'the
we-lein p.rt will help to till V.rU want.
.inn iii-iij , iii- oiiu; iiu im poi tain
t ...l - ,.. . i.. .t.l . i. - .... : ...... I
tviiM deration in h i d, there is an ott.-r from
one genlk'man. Mr. Stearns, of h u thous
and dollar- if the college U located there.
A forty ai re campus, valued at $4001) io
counted as part of this if 10,000.
T.iroeofa quartette of negroes who
broke j dl at Fcruandina, Flu., weru tired
upon while tiny ran stiaight tor the oce in
ami plunged in. No trace, except a trail
of blood mi the beach, and three huts, has
been found of any uiau.
FASTEST 1-2 MILKON RliCOttl)
i J U S
.l.iliii It. Ii-nlrji . III.' I'liimiiis l'ii-r ol
A Imii.'kiK-o Fiii-i.i ;lal4,'- a Hull .fill
Ill .VI I-J S.-.nnl- :tiiil II. -ills I'ltlelh-!!
1II.IMMI lriiili' Willi Willi I nHr.
; Aih ii i - from Freepi.
-24 h. s.iy:
John li. ( it'll I ry and Joe Pati iien. the
world's t ,vo greal i -icing stabion-. met I
here ti day in ore of the mo-i, i x iling
i race-evi r he'd in A m. i iea. 1 he Ir k w a-i
I'm fairly joi.il comlilii.n, and tea l In. ns-1
mid people gal If nd lo wiinc-s Ihe p.-i-j
i forma: ces of I lies t A o griiii faM.rites of
' th.- turf,
j John 1!. (lentry 1ms his houie at (ir.i
; haul. N. C, and is one of sever 1 1 ce'ehi'a
' ted raci i s thai, honor I heir owners. Mess.
L. li. II dt ami J lines F. Scotr, propric
i tors of the Alamance fai m. (ienlry win
' teiet! al FreC.oit during ihe pa-t winter
and has many cm lui-iasi ic admirer- here,
i Joe Patchi n is a cold black st illior,
js'red by Ashland Wilkes, and was driven
I by his trainer Curry, who declins that
! be w ill me-t (I ill ry again and lent Iim
I if he remains on lire out.- do of two ruin
I entry w as ilriven by Mt-IIenry, wbih
j one of Ins owners, Air. Scoit, watched hi-,
w onder fill pei lorm un e.
Gentry paced al! around Joe l'atehen.
The tnii k was in tine condiiiou when the
race was called, but rain fell at the con
elusion of tin.' first heat. Uolli ho ses
were loudly cheered wheu Ihey appeared
bi-lore ihe judges' s'and. (ienlry was
slightly a lav oi ite in the pools, although
many hois-mon backed P.itehtn. After
kCorinj twice, they got the word in the
llr it heat, (itnlry taking the lead from tin
wire and was never luade.. to the finish,
although Pa'chen was not far be
hind him until liny pissed the three
quarter pole, when (ienlry pude.l away
and ti ii issue I ahead In 2:04 li 4. Ot-niry
went to the lirst quarter in .'50 second-;
the hall in fiO 1-2 (which is the
fastest hull' ever paced in public and t1 0
three qui nets in l-.:in. l'atehen threw a
shoe alter passing the half mile p,-st oi
would have driven Gentry out in 2 02,
McIIinry pulled Genhy up in 1 1 e -ti . leh.
In the second heal G nuy again t. ok
the lead with P.alchen e.losi up. At th
three-quarters, Pat. lieu ag .in threw a shoe
and Gentry jogged to the w r - iu 2:00 H 4,
going the tin-, e 1 1 ii . i ' i rs in 1:32.
Intliethinl Ileal M. ib niy sent Gen
try away at a Iw -in iiu e . hp which ear
ried Patchen :df hi- le. t, and h - bnike
bully, lie was nm in it aiier ih .i an I
Mellenry could hneshut bun ant.
Summaries: Special race,
pur-e '-di,0(H); winner to t ike al
John It. Gentry, b s; by
Wilkes (Mellenry.) 1, I, I.
Joe l'atehen, blk. s., by
Wilkes (Curi'V,) 2, 3, 2.
Time 2;04 :!-4, 2:0ti :5 4, 2:09 3-4.
' Curry says Patchen was not in good
sliaiKi lor the killing pace Mellenry set
aud is not satisfied that Genliy is the best
horse until they have another race.
Pi KITS IK KHIF.r.
Geiilry, the famous pacing .-lallion, lieat
Piilebeu in the nice at Freepoit, 111., ou
The ibiuvd-inu o.f iiioiips of Russian
Hebrews 'or emigiaiiou to tne Argentine
Uepublic h:is ceased because of ill treat
ment o! the colonists.
The Glastonbury Knitting Company,
al Manchester Gioen, ('nun., has not did
its employes that beginning August 4ih,
the 10 per cent reoUiion in wages made
ill 104 will be resiored.
It is siid tliat An hur Tucker, tlie loy
who shot a capita, d convict, whde hned
ctill'eil, in Montgomery county, has tied to
Cuba and joined the insurgents.
The nclitil cost, of the Defender, which
is to defend the American cup, wa9 about
85,000, hut changes and improvements
will make her cost complete about $100,
,000. The second week of the School of the
English Bible in Asheville hasopeqid
well. The school numbers over 4GU.
Nearly all tho capital slock fo the
Llliiiberton cotlon factory has been sub
scrilietl; and on (he 2:5, 1 officers were elec
ted. Eligible sites have been offered free
of charge and the management proposed
togotnwoik at iime. Lumberton has
set a good example in this movement.
President Cleveland has commuted
to imprisonment for life the seuten.-e ol
ilea I ti imposed on Thomas J. Taylor,
w ho was fo have bf en hanged on Friday
at Washington, D. ('., lor killiug his
The Pittsburg district miners' conven
tion decided to demand an advance in
wages, beginning August 1st. If ihe de
mands of the miners are not granlid a
strike will probably take place.
The Ohio Republican ot ale Execulive
Committee have tleeidid to Imld the
opening meeting of lire campaign at
Springfield on September 10. Senator
Sherman was chosen to preside.
Rev. Dr. E. Y. Mullens, of the Lee
Si n et Baptist Church, lialtimore, has
accepted the position of Associate Cor
responding Secretaty of the Baptist For
eign Mission Board. He will enter upon
his duties September 1st and w ill reside
in Richmond, Va.
President Cleveland or some member
of his family, possibly Baby Marion, will
slart the machinery at the CeUon. Sl ues
Exhibition. The directors have arranged
lor aw iie irU, llie grounds and atmlhcr
into, ira,y (aides cm opening day, Sep
The State prin'ers in publishing the
lists of magistiates changed the na;nes in
209 cases and added .S5 names not show n
nn the cerlitic-l list. The leuns of office
of niu.gUir.des have hi en changed in 89
ca-es. Six names on hi certified list
have been tlroip. d, by the State printers.
If all iheise 44,0 changes were errors the
Slitte printers me very incompetent; il the
i iittni. weie iliti lllioiial the Slate ol'inlers
:uIa. I nnlawlnliv. ITow is il Ivinstrui (
The National Harness IV'view declares
that wnle awake ndyertlsers don't know
anvthinif alnit dull times. Bradstreel's
says thai wat'ly SO per cent, of the coti,-i-ernij
tliat laile.l in business weie those
that didn't advertise. May be there isn't
a big-sued moral in that autboiilative
Alrout twenty-four million, five hun
dred thousand dollars is the total valua
tion of railroad properly given by the
Railway Commission for the year 1895;
an increase of ne.'.ily live hundred thou
sand dollars. The Seaboard properly in
creased ino-t, being from six thousand lo.
I nine thousand per mile. Tho asseSisineitl
I of steamboat lines is t'Q, hvuidrcd, antl
, niuetv-lhrte thousand dollars, against
twQ.;iun.l!1'ed alid fcu'ty thousand dollars
The (aleigli correspondent of the Wil
mington Messenger -gives this piece ol
'A prominent farmer of Johnston
county arrived here lo-day and inforinad
the Unite! Sialos marshal and the revenue
authorities that in O'Neal's township, in
his county, then; is a reign of terror
caused by the outrages and threats of
moonsbint rs. The latter have shot two
men, one of whom has died. The moon
shiners suspected a woman who was
picking beiries l looking for illicit dis
tilleries and make threats against her.
They have also burned her home and out
Come, deaiisl, the daylight is gone,
A in I the stars are ui. veil ing to thee;
( o ne w ander, my loved one, ahne
If alone thou t ans't call it with me.
Let us go w here the w ild (lowers bloom,
Amid Ibe soft dews of the night;
Where the orange dispels its pi rfuinc
And the ro.-e spiaks of love and of life.
Ii, member, love, I must soon leave thee,
'fo wander 'mid si rangers nloni ;
Win re at eve thy sweet smile will not
N'..r thy gentle voice al morn.
But ( )! 'I will Ui sweel to remember
That tho' I am liir, far fnun the-,
Thai the hand of fale only onn sever
My lasting affection lor thee.
I WILL SIMJ OF TIIF.MOI'TH WIIE1
T. It. MAllII.I..
I will sing of the So.-th when I'm liv
ing And :i soup; I'll be,ii"idh her .-.t death,
For u- ill I will have thai a worth giv
ing When death steals from my body its
will sing of the South and be merry
For no couptry was ever so grand
No maidens were ever so canny
A- tin: maids of my own sunny land.
I will sing of the S..i h she is gallant;
Her sons wenr the loltiest inein
No country on earth but their pen
nant In war and in ba'tle is seen.
I w ill sing of the Soul li anil be jolly,
I will roam hir gieen fore-fs all o'er.
Then dance ,'noalb her famous old
'Till the cup of my pleasure runs
I will sing of the South for it's pleas
ant To be welcome in cabin and hall,
To day but to dine with the peasaut
And tomorrow in lordliest ball
I will sing of the South w hen I'm liv-
And in death I will leave her a song
Whose silvery notes will be linging
While Ibe world it keep9 jogging
THE VISIil.M4 KEEL.
Wnile softly glows the candle light,
A.lown the dim vainscoie-d hall,
I' pon the silver, shimmering bright
Of antique oandelabrns tall.
Iu merry eyes it coyly peer?,
Tue love-lit glances lo reveal
Of happy maids and cavaliers,
Who dauce the old Virginia reel.
Clad in a gown of ample flow.
Coquettish patches on Ihe lace.
With powdered hair, ss long ago.
And quamt and pretty air of grace.
Each tripping maid with bghlsome tread.
In dainty shoes, most high of heel,
With eyes that laugh and up -tossed head,
Glides through the old Virginia reel.
The gleam of mellow candle light
Wcavi8 golden meshes of romance,
And Cupid speeds his arrow's flight
Amid the mazes of the dance,
Just ns in past colonial years.
When, lo the music's frolic peal,
The happy maids and cavaliers
Ihuieed in the old Virgiuia reel.
.ILcujEii LI a in i un I'mjii.
PO.STKHS FOR THE E. C. FAIR.
The Fluent Lot Ordered tUat Ever Fil
tered the State For Hnoh aa Exhibi
tionThe Larg-eMt Equal la Mise to
As early as it is the posters for the next
exhibition of the East Carolina Fair to be
held in February, have been ordered
over six thousand of them. Tlie Fair has
lor several years led in getting the Guest
posb-rs that come to this State for fair ad
vertising purposes and this year il is
ahead of anything that has ever been Or
dered yet by any fair in the State f r
advertising purposes. The posters nrejjis
line ns ever and the largest ones have
never before been equalled by itself or any
other fair in the State.
The posters will come from Cincinnati.
They are in Ave colors aud well executed.
Six sizes will be used. The largest ones
will be equal in size and sbowiiiess to re
gular circus posters. They are practically
seven by sevtn li-et. The exact size is 82
inches wide and 8i inches hit; h. They
cost seventy dollars per bundled and aie
so large thnt each bill will come iu six
The next size 33 inches x (59 is a lnrge
ami e.egant poster. It is the largest that
has been used heretofore but it lacks con
siderable of equalling the best ones lbr
Then there are some 29x43, 15x40,
:mil0.x42 in regular style, and an oddity iu
the shape of one about 2Jx3 feet. With
a tremendously hideous head in flaring
colois lo attract attention, which it no
doubt w ill do-. This one will simply give
the name, place anil date of the Fair.
Mr. Ri l.euslein informs us tbatbeis
alreidy getting application- from parties
who wish to have attractions at the Fair.
The Fair is belter known now than ever
and more is exjiected each year, antl the
best of it is the expectations are realized
V. rLAti. AUtlN FIRED. I Pltl
By a KpanjNh Boat, NaImmmx
Made to 1JU-H.V.- to and. dive Aewnnt
Capt. (uick, of the American schooner.
Carrie E. Lane, reports at Breakwate-r,
Delaware, that he was Orel upon twice
in Cubaa waters on the 14th inst. by a
Spanisbgutibo-.it which flew no colors
until the first sbpt was fired.
The steamer was sighted following tlm
schooner. No attention was paid to her
id ti st, but at last it was noticed she wars
signalling the schoonwi to stop. Dusectly
after the signal mas observed, before the
capjaiu made up hisniiuil what course to
pursue, the first sliot was fired, comiotf.
uncomfortably to the schooners main
mast. The captaiu gave orders b Uiol ia sail
antl hoist the American tfcig. This whs
done and while the lfcig was flying the
second shot came, passiug so close that
one of the men says he felt the wiatl oli
A boat was lowered from the gun boat
and four Spanish marines under ccuutuandi
of a Lieutenant, in the Spanish navy came
aboard lully armed bux no search was
made except to exuruirxe clearance pa
pers. The Kchoow was eviiletitlj Inkeu to be
a tijibnslexikig craft but Ihe captaiu says
Uutre was notliiutr in her appearance to
justify the belief, and besides this the, ves.
sel is will known in West Indian water?.
Capt. Oaiich. tried to get tire name of
the gunboat but failed to do s-o.
Magazine Article on Atlanta Etpoiii.
Peterson's Magazine for August, will
conlaiu a coulrihutiou on tho Cotton
Slates Exposition. It will be the fir.,t
rnagaeiue article to appear on this greal
evmt so bought with prospective jocul
to the South.
The article will no Vubt prove highly
interesting, especially to people ot the
South. Fort cults ol sixteen lady managers
wjll ttc(;ompauy the article.
COME, DEAREST. THE
Fresh Goods Constantly . Mrai:f
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FROM TUB FACTORIES FOR'-.:.';
H. & W.1
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Geods Going Away From tie Firm
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