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; The tarkinf of a dog on earth
' ran b dutincUj beard by ballooa
; lu ti ft eleratkm of four mile.
; . . . , -
A direct UlejTtph line l-
. Ieen Australia and Canada i es-
- ected to be completed in two year
' T& - xmpre En genie haa
COEj !tod the writing' of her me-laocr-.
bal Bmsj fcCl not be published
. ttt3 after ker death.
, ' Tb Cuban may not have licked
the Spaniard but they ecm to
Itartaad oontrcl of the telegraph
' nfin for airhilo.
i ' tW Jll - U i-J
' Let as not forjjtt the paniahment
ioSktd lpon the Hebrew for
wortiippia jold, in imag-. It is
Joat as bed V vonbip it ia coin.
- ' eewH)---.,
'" ATI maritime nation ipend mci-
r ry freely for the run-oral of der.-
' Kcia from Vx teas of commerce, bat
- 'Soodj Menu to take the trouble to
:. rtmore tbe ntunerOQi derelict from
' . tka eea. of politic.'
" If KcXinJej otct become Preai
' dent aad doesn't make Congr-esaman
. Jo&neon, of California, a member
f bit" cabinet, he will be charged
'. jj hj-'jl . . . .
, Ed far Speaker Reed hat held his
teas veil in kand, bat the strain
hss been bard at time and oin?-
maj break and cans a din-
troiu rnaawnj any time.
GREAT BRtntVS SEIZURES.
iLeairLict of Cos tries that Hare
Sefferal From Her tireed.
If Great Britain's action toward
Venezuela ia not inspired hv a do
liberate purpose of territorial a
itrandixemetit the inferences in
for med from tbe entire previous his
tcry of Englatnl's fori'ij;n atlaira ;ire
t fault, from the out-st-t s!:t L
been tbe aggressor njion weak i,a
tive States and minor l'owfi-c. j;.,.
baa muliipli.-d i:er terri t"riai p
sessions and increased her en. pin'
various inetho.-, emiiiaLin ur,w:u
ranted forrinle iei,:u:-c. adrvit ; i
matic trickery an! arbitrary an-
anmption )f sovereign riirht
lowine :s L u t a imrtia
lauds she has aopiired "v
othoof these methods,
aents the rrx.)tv gair,.' I v
whicli "tands evf-r read v
lands wherever it can lay I
theoi. Iri the majority
where lands have been
ocvn pietl the occupation lias nut
oeen a matter of jusf arbitra' K.n of
the SlK)i!s of war. but of a d fii h 'at
and wanton iaterf-rer.. -. fd!ow.-d
by an equally wanton an-i -nmniarv
seizure of the terri:oi ;m olwd :
iibrnltar Captured i v 1-1 1 : ; 1 . i i
and lnteh. 1?U1. ai d summariir
appropriatetl by :r in'orje l!'oke.
1 lie Knciyeopmlia itritanica sa:
It is liar iiy to the h"i)o;- vf
!and that it is unprincipled i-iionn
to sanction t h occupation.''
iViTrhrfriTrtrrinkiii-naiieii ia i irirrTriflTTririti
TUfc SlXU'i UaLMiIITEKS.
lifeht' Tilt lilhLs.
idii.i 15. UD.vVek.
A Shirt Skeleb of Ihetr V, ik ii: Xcw ( Homes Will be eleU
uerne j uoe oi inur .n-niters
The Wlia:Mevcr ( ir;1e of d'ht
Kind's lliuiitois was org.inizeii
Heceinln r l:tii. v. ten mem
ber-. The..' wore
ai.-l M.iv i h w i ; Ii
from :!'.! u
r I v.
St of the
ne or t in
.' n : .. ;
' ni'. tii-
e:i-!i Mr :::
-I ;, !
! I . e nu
At i !-,..- !'.
Mi'.m :' an
to :i .
t--r.- fr-m t
for a Number
of Those lu the Oxford Asylum.
There are a number of pir) in
llielKford Orphan Asylum who.---.
time will be out in a short while hv
.Mi-ea Hishton I ,-ea,-on of having reached their
me of the gii Is i oihteentli birthday, the limit for
o ;ioo! classes. I n-n Is lo remain ":ir tlir ji-l.im
Homes will be secured for some of
th.-m. and perhaps others will re
turn t" their relations. Thev arc
ad in the liighee-t studies and h ie
m the lirst
t'b'. i: - i i ke and to
' I o 1 1 1 s h rn i . "
:' .in : --prt'ig t!,c
met t . u gs i erf 'ai 1
'nr. '. v woi k . I :i
! t . i i. id ; no m, : e
I'U-mh -r and t hen
; to make -;ome re
! work done d:irir.r
f ! Olll ... i.
; :..H:. ioi: i
.-! n 1 1 . ; ; 1 1 1 1 !
e of The Kin
ie ( 'i. ii I eh of
hatsot- e r I
or trin i 'e-1 in
w a -
iro,i woi k.
i n v t :on
. .rii.- . n
l '' ! I 1 M 1 1 .
A Ti lietioin-
: l "
Mauritius Fvrcibl v
Aden Seized. 111, Ciom a help
lew State on the plea that H failed
to make due "reparation for injury
done to a shipwrecked l5ritili orew.
Malta Foreibiv oo. -uiiied. 1 1 -I .
for the --ii;, t
and to s for
IM'ii isi in - an
o; ri. has i.een to at tern I
Ch : ist ms-, is in
htful tune t these
The Kin-, for then
fruit and dainties
in. of con feetioucrie
'he eiiihiren, ami of
I 'dot hi n sr for the nil-
Trinidad Konablv . .-cnp
the British. 1 ;:.
Africa, iucliidi.".- the
- . Uoriey haviajt teen the lealinj
fajnlly qaeetlon for many years it ia
sot anrpriatng to find that it ha
MW-JtOTaWM nauonai qutin. yjT t Hritisli. 1.
ivecuuaiia.ar.'l , tne
Colony. Zuhdan l a',
parts of i ho couimen
a deliberate policy
Jamaica Captured. 1
Cevlou Seued from
i ( Oa-'.
aii the jieiier
A c u i red by
oil of 1 1 :i l i o
fortuna.'. ti'ev -o from house to
house. Willi the good gifts thev
earrv kimilv -rcetim: and bright
s anJ a- tliev liear the earnest
1 bles-' lo';." th, it-a'.ie that ;
i verv iiuth. "more hl.---ed to
brul.t minds and willing hands for
: 1 1 -1 y and work. It would bo an easv
nia.tcr for some 1'iii'inis of the or
phans, win. would like for theae
young girls to make good and use- .
ful a-'inen, to make sueli a thing !
more possible by giving them free '
poh'darship.s at some of our academ- .
ies or eL,He-ps. d'he Normal and In-,
dustriii! School holds out verv favor
able advantages to poor not to'
mention other schools that do the.
same. We are aware that a great :
many people think the little educa
tion .-Stained at the Asylum is
amply s-ifrieii:.; for both girls ami :
no s. n it it is not. Ami leaving
out ;iic ed ilea' ional part of the
u i;est ion . which :s first, the Adum
is M prepared to give these girs
tin. necessary training f..r an in-j
dopenden; livelihood. It is true they !
are taught how to cook, wash, sew I
and do other important things!
nceees.iry in every liousehold, but I
beyond this there is very little!
A limited mi ruber are taught tele-
gruphy. and that is the only profess
ional occupation. If there were!
Keso iitb.es oft the l-aili ol This Moat
EfUinableNeutlenjau by ilie UitJCtSe
of Kast Carolina, Convocation of
The Committee appointed to draft
resolutions on the deatli of Mr.
John H. Bonner, make the follow
ing report :
On Saturday evening, the V4th of
November, the soul of John l&ryaii
iiiiiiii'.'r. "t Aurora. A. ., was;
violently expelled from earth ijv tiiej
bloody iiaiid.- of :i-sassin. j
A lieeii ::o atrociou.-j in us cold j
blooded brutality i aii-tmi. without'
precedent in our State, and at its!
announcement the whole land mi.-!
aghast with horror. So dark an !
any ss or human depravity vmxiio
at their feet appalls tne min i of
men, while it, alarms thorn with a
sense of the general insecurity.
Your committee think the oex:a-
s i cm challenges us as ( linstian oiti-;
zon.s and as 'b.ristian teachers to !
put on record the abhorrence, we
feel at so desperate a crime and to
give juiolic wan-iuig that (ioc ucm
amis of the civil authorities t spare :
no pains t hat it be jutly espni.tei;
I-Y.r i.lc.l it defteth tin j-tnd!"
And as the opinion prevails that!
Laura Scott, Master Fred
Messrs. J J). Gasidns,
Jim Holton. fait her d'ayb
Berne: Miss Cat tic lv
ton; Miss Martha Tin
fort; Mr. V. II. Kilp
iters, Misses N.tti.
h'loreni e ni rii r
Smith and sister.
Messrs. Womble Y.,.
of Mavsville: M - o -
!) .l,!Sir-.S0F THK Kt VOl.t' TI0 ' All) I CK 5 UK )!K:';Vf Vh f.f.l)T.
t t'! (:
I bur l 1 h Ol d
in oar SiatP,
nt a . i
( oKKbsi'o im'm
II I! ICItVs Sece s-! i
' Kcap; from llwi ai i
! hizinjr of a l.'oat ' !i
; . mas. .NY w Y. l
j or old X ma -; a - w . c .
i eu aw a o ami :cc.e
agai ii in allot 'her i-ir
enjoyed on rse I vi s n i
we were able, than ks
creator, now let us u'.
enjoy our-elv :n ;
All we!! ;- U-:;.:.
si nc" tin- ru ii ! . ' v.-.
be f ore.
Mr. II B I)
been down f-r st e; e.i
hi ruself h u n ; i e f t ,-.
;y it Mniim! Knai- Win are Kli-
let '. .-!
!l l ican l.V".
in W:, -i :i,
.. T-.vo "f
li.lVe !.. ell
'. -elent- of
uou! I have
and a' ;t-
' i I . . W
o.C ). C:e
Mi - (in at I. -it! Hi i' ii I
il A till in i : "-'
K ml y Foi e linn a Ii Tli
iniutrh't r s ,.r 0 !n i v i-
I) II )l : - Il
1 . I i
', 1 o
; ! s
ry it in
was m ureat jiart
by the influence of in
iteiaturc, it, may M'elJ tiill
ban to re
lit be?: t.
Atjj literary Society, com
' poaad of coti-cbristian gentlemen of
' CdtUta, India, are translating the
- into chwaica Bengali. They
kavo reqaeated tbe assistance of m-
iantekriatiana to prerent any anti- quest
:. I bit.
British Burmah, Berbi -e, Borneo,
IIong-Kong. Heligoland, (rozo and
St. Helena All a-ouired I'V con-
e: c fc
: I , - i o v
tin u name
tor m' '110
d ; i d e
other lines of professional
this institution such a
youn- girls are putting to
use to earn t hoi r living.
But be. -i-.use of t his la. k
for a "oui'-e ii soun
branch. -5 at on;- roll, "ce.
t!ia: it was
Ill irabet h. Wiiatfotrer.
i Happy Hearts Circles
I hose were to choose
of woi k ami have
tings but lb general
Hun on ijy them
Thev chose for
The Silver C I'uiS ( 'ha p
liue' iJauehters. The
of the Chapter now
ion; -e entv-live. The
i ii il .
worl I be i a
wi: ii cook
,-d by -leg
arc p-,..; an
at l. a.-t be c
tii.lll ru ue
orphan in ;
peel a little
the ii i
u . e r ii I s
forth from u.s the further
parents and touchers and other
guardians of the yon ug-that i uey aie
responsible before lioii to -m per vise
the read in-r of those under their
care and to suppress every poss
ible means die perilmUN stiilT with
which a venal and vonsoieuoeies.s
press is .-owing tin- eds of social
ana rchy am I moral i a iji.
The greatrness .f our b. rt .ivemeiir.
in the death of Mr. liouner i' wirn
not ea-y to ivagg raLe. He wa- a
man ..r t'nat, sraUvart- mold to whom
hi ; e! io v, .--nist i net r. i '." 'e. uo. and
n a IK-m
sta v wi t h us.
in- fc, r Ins
1 1 in
( 'nine a-ai n f l i.-nd I
Hev. J. I. i-v
for us iai Siind::'
'.lacob have 1 loved.
I hated." M r. Str y-i
Speil k it.
Mr. C lb Fr,,:-.
j p. t his sejioo! a-a'n.
: I here :
; !.-r.-. clan
me in i
A ." i i i c.i t, I ndopflidci.ee.
i - ; i in ami pr.t eel n mi
..I - a1',.! 1 lie erection ot
-: : 1 1 eneou ragemen i !
', -im re o i u rel.it ion ' t i:
i a ' 1 1 1 tic i u 'ni ic.it i" n . I
b l;;i i-rese rvati'Ui i.f
:.t 1 reb-i-. and of tie-
ne .lei ,v id nal son i.-e-
Sold .-is and I'.Ur,..:-.
; .; oiiio; ion ol eel.-l uai c": ,
a 1 1 n i vcrsar h-.
. o-ii i in- ni iuiic! ii. n . I
!. in In, farewell ii'leri'.-.-
,'ica n people "to pr on it e
1 of primary i m port am e
for t iie L'eneral d i tTliii.ui
To Co.-! IT 'I'lle
,r.. ' I ' i ' u 1 1 1 i ' ', a lid
t lie m
. .ni l i,
ii... 1 Ol-
i I I V e ,
AND THE BEb
( oiieii.eure. the most proinnt and.
. I!., live iciiiedy for diseases of 111
,1 hnur-. is Aver s i nerr.v
s aii i liiei'K' I'CV tiled I-
l ine. I or i lit cm r i'
( lonp. Sore Tliroat,
I iniji Kever and
i I,, i i v J'ectoral
i a ni,, .1 be equaled.
1 M Mn awl FT. .
I i 1 1 . I ix. Sep. of
il. ii.eneiiii Hap---,
, ,.iv, I 'ft f rsliurn,
aim. 1 or violent
1 1 ' I'.rawley
i , , i i -I . i ' -nfTc riMR
1 : e, mi, mend
I I I o.ll .1
'l I tol.ll
1 l-t I. 'm-liM.L'
( i . a 1 -. i '
al .o a.lil : a
i t lii oa' ! ' '
i :c; I i , .,
a - K i n j: if
hear I ron i
1 1 1 I
THE NATIONAL BANK,
mg lor ma
i U Wl
a., her woiue'.i
ie.-. niac.es are
I., ; e , i, - : .:
v fii ii l lii. 3U Llllio , ,,ni,..- ., i . . . , , I ; r -
j j 1 't i .vi j i.i l i ..-: aiLu lii.iu v ii :ij-
den ai' I v.-.. f-.t rer;
-oiial s...To.y to mat
wno is of the
. . ; - d-cend ed from an
i wo n unfailing loyalty
' iT iai a id t o 1 he ci'.i-i'
mi- to p
lU . I b
asset in a higher grade
menials drawers of
etc Have not. the
o gi ris
h right to
beginning to taki
v aaTbtrfiues; tatnn of this world
. V ' depend oa inch a train of nnsee;
y ; chnow tliat il it were in meu's
r-aade to aet Ao tablea, still he
w-oId not be certain to win the
( .''. .came.
.- A WeUomaa propose to build a
' ' lbhtht will hare a speed of 60
t . raiiea aa fcoar. Tbe boat will be
ffeet long and SO feet wide, with
. r, 4t bottom and wedge-shaped bow
azul atorn; ef JO.OOO ton diaplaoe-
, xaant, and with, eight paddle-wheels
amis is part ot tne i,st i r.ui:
land's spoils. The v.iat Umpire of
India is not mentioned. It ignores
the numerous instances of coaling
stations and minor ports seized to Chapter has given and loaned money
iusuro maritime supremacy. It ig-1 to some of its members that thev
norea the countless instances wherein : micht procure necessary medica'l
England has plotted to increase her ; attention and to pay travelling ex
territories, but has Win foiled be- i penses. In one case money was
cause of a menace of a stronger j loaned to enable one of the iiaugh-
1 ower. It says nothing of that , ters to enter a training
ingenious policy whereby subsidi.e.l 1 Nurses.
colonising companies have invaded i Tiio-e of the
weak native states and by aggres-. wc taken especial interest
sions provoked the wars which innstlorphanlnvth.it thev havc
iuctiwuii wi iiiiuaie in iriujn if- 1 11 t HO U X t ord Asvinm. 1 ncv pi'O-
tory and British domination. i vide clotnes for him and ooea'ionallv
Cin a nation with this record , send him a bo of good things,
make such an attack as that with; Duri'i the last summer the Mis-
because tnev are not willing to work..
Now who will help these girls bv
Having t heir expenses (those, who
ind several ha e desire to go) to some school -where
they can be taught a good, practical
method of earning a living! The
cost need not be much, but. the
result will bo sat i factory, we are
sure. If any one desires to do such
a good work for one of theso girls,
let the desire be made known before
they leave the asylum Give tho girls
the orphan girls a chance.
Oxford Orphan's Kriend.
Older bid es
joined the Order
l eoruary, ls'.i-t, a mission
! was nnPTifil an.l ivifh ennin
rom 1 lie rimers ons was car-
iti until the summer. The
COTTON ACREAGE KOK ls!)fi.
in :iu i "The Memphis Cotton Exchange Passes
vhlih htminhH tl. t .. , a .: . : I . I. . I . L. l . : . i
--K .;.. ..V! 1 --1f: 1 .e.-. uin.uiniBii,,! Vir,-,t. iiiriTiusi'ii ilie iililliling
m Moft Side, Uta? IT WTOlntlOnii Venezuela nnd not. resr under mis. .l I... v... i
., 1 .... - '" ; ioi iiici n on ie ii hi liil .u. n i JfJ IK
iHinata. . . picion of being swaved bv mercenary ; Yacht Club Tio-v n ini red the-
and selfish motives? If Knglaml wharf and row boats and furnished
were at all jealous of her honor, if t the large upper room. This has
h were disposed to rest her cause j Uen ac, r nei as the home of having
on simple justice, she should be a bhrarv here onir time in the near
glad of the opportunity to prove her ! fiuu-c.
title to the dispuicu territory.
- ,;Tkw World M OTtDg. There
a abtie diaenasioa in New
' "York t other day tbe question:
- VAre Ciaritiaa Leneficiai or barm
" faTf. Il' important enoogh to be
dltctuaed everywhere. That charity
- ; iaaf tb-e greatest aeed, when' proper
Y "ly eo&dactad, ia beyond dlspnte,
n bat the wsj a great deal of it ia car-
- Tied 09, works great harm.
V , MrairJ baa erected an allegor-
icai fTOep in a public park to com-
' - mecmrnUe' the raea who died in
-, 18?v? bat the Town Council has
. Toted la bare tho naaea of its mem
bers inscribed en it inetead of tho-e
Y f the men who fell.
Yx . Atsjsr Swift, of Chicago, made a
, boireej whea ha charged that
""promfawBt citisens' who offered
, tV bribg vere responsible for the
oorrvptneaa of tbe council of that
.tatj.. And the aaae charge holds
: rood elsewhere. -Tbe man who
' jrjfwaa bribe is a more dangerous
. crimlcil than tL one who accepts it.
i " ,Th boitding of History at the
' Tt an;ie Centeniai will be one of
. . tbe meat attractire edifices on the
' ' rrooada. No State hu a more
ysrfwnifttl "history than Tennessee,
"a4 ta tbie bailding will be placed
tbe pertaoal relies of John Seuer
,-AJadrew Jackson and other great
. Ybmq of the kng rcje- past. Indian
v ''relic and hJaSoTtcal documents, and
'- -4 baiMixsdsof paintings of prominent
;' otCuwna and officials of the last
nrtivBT or HAT AS.
What Oar RprseaUtlTm Are Dolnjr.
Senator l'ritehard and Kenres
entati?e Settle introduced a bill ap
propriating "25,(XJ for the erection
of a monument on the battleground
of Gnilford courthouse to General
Nathaniel reene. It provider that
t.i,000 of this amount shall be de
roted to the preparation and adorn
ment of tbe park grounds, that the
monument shall be dee-led to the
The Whauoovcr and llnppy
Hearts Circle.- iiave as yet. taken up
no definite work but thev mo ac
complishing much good in manv
At the invitation of the Chapter,
the State Convention met here in
Slay is'.l.Y Mr. Isabella C Davis
of New York was present ami ad
ded much to the interest ami suc
cess of this session of the Conven
tion. This coming together did
much loward arousing new interest
and zeal and many of the Daughters
determined to be more faithful more
levoien in . ne
United States, and that the work
shall be done under the direction of I earnest and more
the Secreterv of Yar or of such King s work.
army ottieer as he shall designate. Since the tirst meeting in 1S90
Representative Strowd introduced the Father has called three of His
several war claim bills, among them j Haughters to be with Him in the
one for the estate of Yashti Smith. palace of The King. Thev have
- ' Tbe Cabaa lasnrrnits Ctealsg la I'ewa
tlif Trim Tfcrt IMreedaes
Tkelaslaf taa lawoneetioa la Xow
: v' HATAJffA, Jaa4. Unleea all in
- .: dkatioos are misleading, the end of
7 tb Cabaa insarrcction ia at hand,
j - - and tba reaclt, it will be seen mast
j "v.bi in faeor of tbe insorgenu whose
X armifs nader Maximo Gomejs. An-
tosio Maceo. and Qnintin Bandora
Are n earing this city from three dif
. ' Tba .aboTO facts so frequently
danied lit official circles daring the
pact two weeks are now generally
, admitted, eren in official circles,
V - aiiboagb'all sorts of lame explana
' " tiooeof the triempbant advance of
' tb-Cbaasarepu forth in the hope
': of eJmiog public excitement. But
. ,"' so amotrnt of explanation will alter
the fact that insurgent cavalry scouts
, are beii-ved to have been sighted
Y ' from hen to-day. As these ad a nee
-' bodies of th-e Oabans were at La
" paate. 18 miles front 6oanbaco,
T pracucally a suburb of this c ity, bn
' eight, it (s by no means improbable
' that tbe report thst the Cuban
1 aooots bare been sighted from the
'c -1 lines defending Havana is correct.
deceased. Wake eouuty, 1.1 0 and
oue for Thomas K. Debnam, lLtl
eieb. for SlO.fHm. IUleigh isitor.
The Foetlsh Boad Issues.
Senator Morgan, the ablest man
in the Senate and the ablest Demo
crat in the United States by odds,
says the Wilmington Messenger, is
opposed lo the president's boud
propoijai. as are most DeSiocrats in
the south. Hond issuing entails
loss and means bond paving as we'd
been sadly missed but their influence
lives and is still fi It. These sor
rows as well as the deeds of charity
done have been the means of draw
ing the hearts of the Daughters
nearer and nearer to the great heart
of the Fatner. Thev feel truly
"Each ltobie deed we do
J-laeii kind work we sav,
Kaeh trouble we pass through
!- a step tiK,ii the way."
i i i..s sketoii of the work very
' tho inner life, of the
many struggles with self ami the
lightings agaiust pride and selfish
ness b.. the lives of thest bearers of
as taxation. .enator .Morgan is re-
ported as saving: !
'Mr. Cleveland in ins message
seems to prefer to lay the burden
upon the next generation by issuing
lone ferm bonds at low interest.
This docs not commend itself to mv
judgment. It seems to me that the
true remedy is t he resumption of
silver coinage at the ratio of In to
1. This would reouire no consulta
tion with other nations, but could ! , .T
be maintained upon our -de init.a- ! .low. for tb '
(.'jTe' 1 he enezuelan Boundary Coni-
mitsioii is complete. Now let it
! get to work. There comes to us
fc-patlicaas Did the Delirerin. . from Flauc,. .. snestion .hat
the little -Silver Cross show that
many little things, those that make
up ones every day life, arc wrought
In His Name."
In NY-w Memo
Htta NT N.v.
The Democratic party has deliv
red the eonntrv, lound hand and
foot, iuto the possession of the
money-changers, nnd it will take at
least a term of Republican rule to
release it. N. Y. Tribune.
The Hepubl i an? have been iu full
I Kussia, France, and Germany be
appealed to as arbitrators. There
should be no such appeal. The time
! for arbitration has passed. Seven
' months ago the United States gov
ernment proposer! that e.edient to
i Great Mr'tain and. after nearly six
charge of all legislation except in months of deliberation. Lord Nilis-
ly3-i4. since !'.. Ibev put us.bnrv -onteniit..iisiv reiocted the
in tho hands of the money-changers. I proposal. N'.".v let us fix the bound
spent Cleveland's surpln-, left the ' Mrv onrselvs. It is our affair, after
Uesnliil ions I'ririutr Farmers to Plant
Less aud (airing Heaious for Doin?
At a general meeting of the Mem
phis Cotuii Exchange, the follow
ing resolutions were unanimously
The cottou crop of 1 sfi4-9." aggre
gated the enormous total of li.f'Ol,-
1 bales, ami greatly exceeded the
requirements of the world's manu
facture! s. The marketing of tho
eaormons crop depressed pricw to
such an extent that values -were
the lowest known in the past fifty
The commercial value of the total
crop was $2'.)1 ,0:i1,.30. and only
exceeded the short crop of USfr2-ld
12,U7-i,nlS. although the produc
tion was o.X'OvYSSH bales greater.
This enormous crop, with its pro
portionate low price netted the
producer less money than will the
present crop with :v smaller acreage
and a production of nearly one third
less in bales.
It having been practically do non
strated by the results of the present
season that a small crop of cotton
actually brings to the producer
more money than an extremely
large crop, and t hat the Southern
cotton producers having grown their
supplies at home, thereby making
cotton the surplus, or iromy crop,
arc generally ii n-tter financial con
dition than they have been in years,
it is unquestionably to t he interest of
farmers not to produce a crop
greater than the requirements of
manufacturers. The growing of a
large crop of cotton entails propor
tionately greater expense than a
small crop. The cultivating picking
ginning freight, etc . in marketing
the additional bales is an immense
item, especially so when prices are
depreciated by the fact that the
crop is a large one. Experience of
the past has. demonstrated that in a
large crop year, with depreciated
prices of cotton, rental and realty
values also depreciates, whereas,
with a small crop and better prices,
rental and realty improve propor
tionately. The high range of prices
which have prevailed this season us
compared to last season has been,
we fear, tiie means of stimulating
on t he part of planters a desire, to
increase the acreage of cotton for
the coming year, and consumers are
now holding oil in laying in a sup
ply of the stajde under a belief that
an increase in the acreage will do
i.reeiate iwesont lii'iccs and enable.1
.... . - - , -- i
Ho wnsi toe rceogniyoMl liea-i o, cs
community and of his parish: a-' a
tne ruber ot t he 'invocation he- was
second to no broiiier layman i:i
point of usefulness ami :',eal. und in
the Diucofcc ho will ever be remem
bered an f honored for his generous
effort to promote the caiue of
Asa man. his clear-sighted judg
ment, hia fearlessness in the asser
tion and prosecution of his convic
tions, his diligence in business and
his steiluig integrity of character,
won from his fellow men the ad
miration they deserved- Asa Chris
tian, his ready ami generous sup
port of every good -work, his fervent
zeal, hLs simple, earnest faith, and
his guileless life, givo nsa.ssnrar.ee
that he has benn called from the
turmoil of ear-h to the rest that
remaineth for Ihe peoph? of God.
We submit : he following resolu
tions: 1. That ;n the. death ot" John I'.ry
an Bonner our Convocation has Just
one of its most useful aiiu. honorable
members, whose good examp o is
worthy to bo publiclv commended
J. That we extend to his family
our heartfelt sympathy.
!. That a copy of tta-i minute and
resolutions be sent ti 3ns family,
spread upon the jonrstiil of the Con
vocation, and puljELahw-d in the
Mission Herald and m.mc of tin
Signed by the CrniTtate.
N. t llCtiJTKS.
T. W. Hi.oi ni.
J. L. Bi rr.
:Nth Doc 1X'.:.
i auiaiu. :chr. initio . ..
'-;. ron was in i i- , .; .
be: t i Li m i res-el . 1 :
he citme nes r being c , ., ;
cabin, if ho had ie .-..:! .
drowned, as it. ;; . hr ! .t
escape, he lost his iii"iirv an
a line goM one, lade, .-i,..-. wl
clothes i.e.. but l ec 'Vi-i ,r,t ;i
some of his clothes. t.Y.".- i ',;
side tho cabin, his watch i..m
some !('). on were ti-iie'i on;
water, after S hours !co!-.i:,g.
ruined, money mostly e.-i..
There wore manv visito;.
the holidays. Misses I ), !ia um
nie Mniiiio. 1'eatd Matto, x
Hettie 1 it 1 1 of Marino wor-
, . u a -
; 1 1
to t 1 c
u po' I it
. . . G A
s j 1 1 1 1 -
the ladies. The gents w.
erous to mention.
A basket -upp-T for lie l.c:
of tin- M. 11. chinch Soir.h.
held at the s. house New i
night, IS biskets were -ol, i .
ii or 1 dollars were re:iii.rd.
Two llouri.-bing Suu'lay '-c.h.
Methodist and Baptist, are in
eessftil oporaiioii now
; i l ) i me
- it t i u g a ' he
with t u i r tec 1 1 si a . s
il'i'ouilded by tin l,"g
:. rs of t he A nit riean
1 1 5-l SO 0 ae.d t he niot-
liif and 'ountry".
:-!gnia is a badge in the form
nniug wheel and dulalT, to
ii u ceremonial occasions
bow of ribbon : which is a
v V I
t he cob i
' gt. St
about oo piiiu!
aud Johnson Mivc -uu'i
Mr. J. A. l'itima;:. k
fat hogs last I 'rid . . ;
(( pounds each, the la
ed Mo lb.
Mr. Allen Fairer our mad
to Mnysville every day, b-is
missed but one trip iu tb:v
he has been carrying tin mai
i A i
i h.i r.
; mi'. '
! lina. 1
Ul'i' I" I ,S
i" j A- ,e.
POLLOKSVIf.LK I 0RKE5 Pl OKM'E.
Personals and Oilier lienm Itrlefl"
Mrs. F. .1. Watson who has boon
quite sick, is improving.
Mr. Hugh Lancaster of Tnr.
Jot'lt.N a I. and Mr. I.ane, insirj-.inco
agent of Goldeboro. were in town
last Sat unlaw
Dr. 11. W. Ward and Mr. :J. A.
White made a (lying trip to. Wil
mington last Thursday. Dr. G. 1,'.
Hnghes did likewise on KVidiuy.
Miss Lila AN'ard spent New Year'f!
and the day following iu New Berne
Mr. Joe Wliittv of Fort IVimweJl.
and Mr. T. R. Lee of Kirton. iue
Prof. II. W. Haywood an. f Mr.
AV. D. Rurrus of Vakc Forest. Mr.
J. E. Mattock., and Ids friend Mr.
W. 11. Williaras, of Asliovillo. Mr.
J. K. Foscucof tiuilford ColV-ge.
and Miss Bertie Bell of Oxford
Female Seminary, came home or
the holidays; but have aii since returned.
Miss Keuu Jarman who has hi en
spending a few days in the viliai
returned to her homt in Jackson
ville on Friday morning.
Mrs. Uattic Washburn and In tr
sister, Miss Salina Foy of Moim.t
Airy, came in on Saturday to mak e
this their future liomo.
Miss Annie Shjepard, one of out
most charming young ladies, re
turned from a "visit to friends au
There was a social gathering at
Che Hudson Hotel on Monday night.
Dec. :J0, The young people of
tne town and many visitors were;
country iu a panic, ami now pieail
for a long term of power. The peo
ple may give it to thorn, but tiny
will do so knowing that the milv
f'relief" that will
more taxes. News and Observer.
The commissioners are gentlemen
in whoe fan noss, intelligence, and
conscientious integrity the whole
nation uiav saf-ly fontide. Thev are
men of high character, of brilliant
atta. " ineiits. of indicia! tempera-
ncapable of ques
f unworthy pur
pose, or dis'.'.Kibiying prejudice.
Chut t hev wnl apiiroaen tlieir taslc
men t . T he v are
tionaVde met h-.xls.
tn;in the highest spirit of justice and
:. 1 humanity dos not admit of doubt.
Kgtt Ceiaae BJuhtsMr.
Tbw New flsren News asy-s that
' I?e ilATen chorchgoers were a ht
- l) discomposed Sunday to have a
tall 7at!f man oa the sidewalk
' tbraa ian? their bands as they
v&imd cards bearing these printed
t -words; " " ' Waiim.mn, D
' tbi 0t and put OTer yonr :?.The Treasury
Farm and lisrdn otr
rit up a lot of those vo;
erels. What's tii1 use
A little lime-water, a
nlftnt.4 n -enit infl! I r ui' k 1 1
tie worms in the soul. At t tie negm uing e wore reauy
Don't forget to brae- up the fowls, 10 seni to arbitration and to the
bcrai feed of ' oiiatrpaem. imji-. nun nuu ii juneiv
American affair of the jealousies,
for the fowls'-! intrigues, and the emergencies
, gest fixxl : '" ""i''" i"""""' ll,u, "c
yjter giudln i suggested it ourselves and urged
don't cost much. j uPon "reac me propriety oi
Don't forget to give the fwg . a frank and prompt uccentance of
plenty of fresh water ab the time. "tlr pronosmon. But Fngland s
Because the weather is cooler does ,' refusal opened the way for a much
not take wav their de-ire to drink. l,ptu'r n",,ch. mor? ltUnZ an! 6atlg-
. factory solution of the controversy,
i i". i .1 1 1 . t
ami tnac solution tne r resident has
occasional! v with
green cut bone.
Do yon furnish grit
They can't properly
without it. and groum
them to get what thev thev need at ! I'fcsent. and all scorned to enjoy :.t
lowest values. j to a high degree.
Another matter for the farmers I -V basket, party and festival for
lo hear in mind, is t hat at the. pre- me bcnelil of tin- Bay' ist chrrecn,
sent time when there U a remote w'- held in the Aeadi-Jny Chrismias
possibility of a war. if such should i eve night. It was an enjoyable ,ur
occur. the inevitable result t hereof I easiou. The net iroceeds sen
would bo to depreciate the value of j about twenty-six dollars,
cotton and appreciate the value j prof. A. II. Koonce ret rrned
of nil food crops: therefore bo it. j Saturday from snemline.- the holi
days at his noine at Bid l.'U.ds.
A recent Inn and party, tho 'Crown
ing social (A'ent of the season, was
held at the. residence of Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Bender on Friday night.
i'Ttli uli. There was a large crowd
Kesolved, 1 hat tic Memphis Cut
ton Kxehange urgently recommends
to the producers that tho produc
tion of home supplies be mado the
first consideration in planting
operations for the coming year, and
the acreage ot cotton be not increas
ed oxer that of last year.
Kesolved. That we approve and
indorse the American Cotton Grow
ers' Association for bringing about
the reduction in the acreage of the
crop now being marketed, and we
respectfully urge the Hon. Hector
D. I Jine. the President, and his
coadjutors, the President of the
various cotton States of said Asso
ciation, to continue in the good
work, and to take up the matter at
the earliest practicable moment and
urge it again upon the attention of
the cotton producers of the South.
from New Berne present, also. jt-olds-boro
and Trenton were well repre
sented. Mr. K.. L. Haywood, tho -popular
voiing limggist of Newton, spent
last wvek in town. vlsiiing his
Mr. John Whitty and 'Ois little
sou, spent the holidays visitmg- rela
tives and frieruls in Morehoad jind
Owing to a mishap our Christmas
items faded bo appear in last weiek's
issue; but navea-theless we Bad a gay
time. Only one man imbibed to
excess and he declares tdi.il this was
bld K4rT, I,761,(HH)
1.TXIMS TO JTI6KT I SHALL
" . laa, ;.- . - i
Hpanlved. That tho various ( tot-inn
now decreed. It has been brought Exchanges throughout the South be '"3 Ml e.xpenence in i.:ii'Ci)in;uwn
January atxjut by no arbitrary action upon (and are hereby requested to co-oper- j affairs.
reserve our part It is the fruit of England's ate with this Exchange in this mat- During tho holidays the following
with all brusque and arrogant pretensions. 1 tor, and that the Southern news-! persons spent some time withfriemds
rnrla trh.rlir at. I'
! r.r-,r it'b,tr1-r.tJ nut of c. i . It n f 1 1 an i t i ii s .i ii d we s h o ii 1 d slWi ci n rump r n ro also rpo ii es ted t o luihlishlin the vilL-norc: Misses Mabella F"oster and wife, and Miss Kosa
j i v i . -a .... u ..... .. . vmw, - i .- , -- i j- - - - i --. x B - - -ir-nl-r t , . - , .
I -K, min Th;li,lrili -.f Vowihtit Th nnnort n n i t v f or amend - . th ps roaol u t ions. i Pearee and Sola fiox of Scotts Jtull : i Moore lor tneir Kina assistance
Vork to-day wero 1,Xhi,(V)0 for nient and modification "has gone by. i I. McD. Massky, Pres. i Mrs. S. H. Lano, Misses Muggie i fay they
ninisTMA , at t:vy vi.Mt'-.
A Tree at Swausbo.it --v i t i . Act omjifliiy
Kxprchse hy the Haptist mi inlay
Eehaol Enjoyable Occasion.
Manv wore tho holiday f. Mi vines
among the citizens of Swuinshoro
(luring the . mas and Nexv i-u
greetings, but the. prettiijt-t idling ol
all was in our judgment the Bap!,-!.
Sunday school .Yin as tree, a. it was
termed, though in reality we j-houiu
call it a New Years tree, bei-a. isc it
was given on Now Yea'-'s vc night.
As was stmed. there whs t bo
given this token of approi-iat Ion to
the chili! ron d' this .school by ' a.jit.
K. Foster and wife, and the ,-fhooi
suporintorjdf nt. Mr. Johc -ou olive.
and wile, assisted i.y .mi.-t i.osa
Moore and a few others.
According to programme the
ringing of the bell at 0 :.'!i f'c1c, ek
p. m., nnnounccd to the . titiz:is
and visitors, of which t!ie,ie were
main, that the time had. come: at
we went, in the door we were sur
prised to see the largo ciiiircii tiiiid
to overflowing almost, but wo man
aged to squeeze in and g H a stand
The tree was a beau cy, a large
c.-dar tilled with nice presents that
looked like no hard times were
there. Tho tree was lixed on a pivot
with blocks and pulley, so arraugid
that the tree revolvnl round and
round all the time showing the
whole tree from top To lio;t"in. I
suppose the tree was some 1 . feet
high and at least of; foot in circum
ference. The exorcises commenced by sing
ing a beautiful hymn accfinipiUiieei
bv music on tne organ, i Men ice.
reading of 1st Psalm hv tiie sup't..
and prayer hy (Japt. K. Fosrer. then
the openuig address to school uih
jvet, "'Happy New Year." by Miss
Clarrie Ward, thon another song by
the Swansboi-o Choir led lv Misl
Lula Hatsell. music on oi:;iii by
Miss Carrie Ward : the speech; es bv
thc little girls ail under Jl years:
some not Jn years come next in
order, and were so e;i go t.-n an
we hardly know which was l -st.
Little Misses Iltta Davi s
Hloodgood. Zulu Podges.
Heady and Georgia Litth n-r .
the 8 little, girls that delivo n
jropriate spoaches for the io
all were very good, but. ,
especially notice the spoac-li i
Fltta Davis. Zulu Kodgei'-; ai ,
Bloodgood. Etta's sub.jt.TC5
Yarning to our Cuds." -marry
a drunkard. Znii
'"rncle John's pipe, or why
smoking.-' The last spear-h
Janic Bloodgood, entitled th
ing address, (!ood Night
don't think we ever hearc"
speeches by grown persons
suitable for tho occasion.
showed they were well trahi e-i and
bv some body that know bov.
Then came the cutting mtT and
aud distributing the pro.se.nns , after
which the benediction aud home
ward bound, each little one. with his
or her New Year's prosent. singing
merrily (iod bless Capt. and .Mrs.
with a whit
uc'i of this society has; bei n
s.'d in Moitb Carolina, but
v.ii-.ni as wits exjiected, nor
is enthusiastic response,
iie daughters of North Caro
wiiosc veins flow as pure and
blood inherited from a
c.'strv as can be louiui in
itrv. e-uinot have grown in
to their privileges and op-
iiUc.s. Descendants of Kov
narv Heroes and Stat ?S'iie:i,
id Casweil Abner Nash, Jot iiro
ei-. E I ward Buncombe. John
Wedding Blount. Joseph
William Hooper, John
Y "aightstill Avery
soii. Wobert Howe,
t; it e v i
X o IV t I
i nav e
' be fori
! a s cli;ii i : . ii
' 1 'ut ll'i vl hit:
, give it to V .
t lie same
j would appro :at
, 'necome I! ., le-s
' piettbv for a c'
t : on a new on.
And the tbo ig
t ic sewing, is
t:red but Clleel fill ne
amount of the l : ss .
as promoting a voiin
I r is llAMKIH
I II I I A I K H I 11 0,
I . I I MO HI ,
i K I.I-IIOI-.
K IMIO CO
I m . i 1 .-rti.r.
f, ni ii.-ctl..tin 1 lill
r uli ii'.-oriiiirnl-"i
i ni i vi lianklnx.
-ill in il!v.ii to coi
.. I I - rnrn..iliolld
t. -i . i-lfitt iHklng
. olIlllH .
o 1 1
I', -s-i" ;
we! e j
in:: -t '
I Jar.i- I
was A j
's was I
I'.-un. Joseph Oraham. William
, , i - i. . i
ion and ol hiiudreus who migiu oe
in- nti -lied, will von not come for
w.i.-dand engage in this patriotic
undertaking. remembering that
oiir motto will be for "Home aud
The "Honorary Uegent for this
S iciei v in North Carolina, was the
i itc Miss N. Hoke of Eincolnton, by
whose death a most enthusiastic and
etlioient otlieor was taken away.
An ell'ort to establish Chapters
ha- bo-ii made in Asheville and :n
b'deigh. The Chapter Regent :n
the lormor jdaco, Mrs. J. Martin,
dr.. and in 'the latter Mrs. Arm
stead Jo i us. The undersigned as
J.'egont of t ho Society for the Stale
of North Carolina will cheerfully
give any information desired by
tho,.e wishing to become members.
.Mrs. MahyMcK. Nash.
State Begent for N. C';,
New Berne, N. C.
A Card of Taanks.
"v-e desire to return thankB to the
I chili friends of Ilopew.eJl congrega
t rot: far the thorough pomading given
: b ok dan. 1st BSftti, consif.ting of
e ,-orv tiling heart could wish. Oar
I ;.u-. kind friend Bro. Syrus Faseus
bringing it to us.
Mav (.io1 richly reward theni, and
enable us to give uuio uiem bpu.i
L'ov. J). K i : 1 1 ash wiii;.
Stella. N. C Jan. G. 'y.;.
Thoj-o. will lie a social party at Mr.
K. I., l-'oscne's Wednesday night.
Mr. Lewis IJynum who has been
inite iil for some days, is out, again
we are ph-ased to note.
Mr. Ii. A. c'hadwiok of Pollocks-vili.-
was over to our village on Mon
day. We will oe pleased to roe you
over again Agn-ew.
Mr. W. 1. Banc of Ooldsboro. j's
in our town again in the interest of
his insniauc "business. Wo are glad
;t we'iconio hini in our midst.
Ye think that the ball at Stella
so.s (iuiic a success last Friday night.
Si-v.-ral of our hoj's single and liiur
riJ went. One of the crowd who
returned a! out a. ni. became 80111"-vph-r
ash vat being awakened by .he
nr.-loo.'.ous .strains of '-A-lUr the
', (j" !i catdig on the morni-ngi r.
i i, ,t
re. i 1 1
", III 1
O IT NTCW MM. KM Hi,
A i.l.vl.ll.ll. Il a SKIM.
n i o
i o ; 1 1
Let every King's Dangh
to her opporl unit ie- of g i
receiving good.-, and b t
that, if t he Hues nave f die:
pleas. inter c.c cs t h.m to -
brothers and -i-i.-i -. it e n
of our nuu it. or I in -1 r nek.
brotherly love may n-
and we iti:iv b arn t hat it i
give and killgl V to i eocive.
ter a vv a s e
V , 1 1 g and
us I -i
I I '..It
Ht lull" .
.it I'.unKi.. nine om, corpor
Mi. i, -hi.nl h Met olliri r
I . .in 1 1 1 1 In in
r -r I in hi i
.1. a. M.-k.
I "::tr- II I'
IV lllil.tli I
I :. w .
.ii.i anil oar
.. i ni . . ot our nut
I, ,.'' '. t N .
i Ii a Ourty, Ir.
VI ii . .-i II ah ii,
L i,. .mil. A . Or
C I . K.i
It 1 1
A l Wartf.
srKFFIMVi WIIKlrts k nUI'lUV-
Uturiu'Ns ami (.'(iiinM'inrs at LiW.
Or the Oimii. U Mine Disaster Nc l
Fond nut) tb'tlii' if -s Widnns ami
100 Cliihlrrn Wlmllv !.-uinlt nt
Cp .ii Cli aril j .
Yesterday Messrs. .lames Kissel I
and J. W. Munis, of Cumnock.
( 'hat ham coo ut v. were i the . 1 1 v
soliciting money for tin widows and
orphans who j.-:, their husbands
and fat hers in t he ti isast.
Cumnock miiu . .ome of
pendent people, who wei.
lives of the Slate, have
transportation and ictuiiu
J hose gent leiiieii
condition of these wi
most ii. i
i'it Im g at
d to t heir
i i IV S
i mi i trrritK of havan
an 1 or
'. Inn 1 '.g
company pai i all expense of bin i.e.
furnish coal aud rent to them, and
have given ratioiis'in many instances
But this does not sntheo to keep
awav hunger. and the good people ot
Cumnock and vicinity have appoint
ed a committee to appeal
people of the State for help,
committee eoiisi-'s of . .1.
W. M. Cunter. James Kcm
i; Hood and J. V. Ibn n,
Barns, ami Mr. Kis.-ell have loci,
canvassing in s-.-viral towns, and
havi collected up to tins ume:
to t he
u I civec
a i i
l 1,1,. .
I It' ' o , ' I .
Ne lis -
( hall, wk
I ' .'-lt 1, J. !),
iii, no foii.itie.
DR. E. H. COLOaERC
cU.G 0-Oi.AL DENTIST
Otliee Henr M
T -.. f. 1 I : o . I. -
;.'.. 1 1 1 1 i . , s,
.ov Pol Nek
l. Vi. 1 I.
N . i-
r ::1K Or, M u , e . i . -mi ").... r.
ii w Bi l:mi. s. V
Da J D CLARE,
( Mlii on ( 'i 1 1 en S: r el , U
From t itizeiis of
i H -t
Boston. Jan. ih The Traveller
lias i.'s-eived the following dispatch:
'Biiiabano. Cuba. Jan. b. At
lOalo this morning the cable operator
hole j-Mx.iy'il the following dis-
h- Cubans, have captureil tbe
( H i.van;i).
M"oro Castle alone
hoi. Is out
Here tho dispatch ended abrupt
ly, as cable communication between
Havana and this point was cut oh"."
Now York, Jan. (I. There has
! V-e.u no confirmation of the statc
! i-ienr cuitaiued iu the foregoing
'dispatch that Havana has been oap-
m ivd .
Ke Wesi, Jan. ',. Jesus l'etu na,
a well' known Cuban patriot, receiv
ed ;l cipher dispatch from Con.
(iomez this morning declaring that
iv-t,. ..,.,1 o-ect vaie evb-oen. ! ib, Snaniards were Homed in on an
A U.S LI" 1 , ...el ...... uvJ-i u..., ....... j . .....
dent and his wife, those foil r and a . sides and that before nightfall
whole heap more. Creat praise is j J ! avium would be in possession of
due to Mr. Johnson Olive too supY , the patriot troops,
for his interesting energy ;.u ostab- j Uarvxdona. Jan. C.Newg most
lishine- this school and ;o Capt. cuufavwahle to tne Dpanisn govern
From eiuYot.-t of I )u i h mi I'11
From citizens of Nan ford 1
Christian S. Sdn,..!, J-lgyp:. 1'
111 Waleigh Mstelibl'. t,e foil
ing contributions were ma b' up
o'clock, to the amount of V'-U
There are twenty-tight widows
with nearly otic hundred children,
who are wholly depend' nt upon
eharityfor r. "1 and . hmg. and
to bo Jieined lo pi io s where t hev
can get fuipioym-'u:. ventecu of
these Jauiiijes .Via- white and nine
are colored. J n some of t he families
there are as ru mv as nine children
and in only t w. of the faunhi-s a re
the children old eiiougu I" ''. a;.- -thing.--Ne-.vs
and .server, of ."-at
u i d ay .
THE riKST M Nl V SCHOOL.
ai FoiiikIoiI iiiMiiii r en, in n v a n n :!i
;.t , by .T oh it H.sl. v. f il n'ir
It lore Itoh rl K iikf. Man.- tl Iii. I,
K ii js' aid.
'j'he Mo-'oi, Clol.e has , , ,,0
J. H, BENIGN, U, 5. 3
:-NKv' - 3lKN-
V. I I
I Mlice ovei K. tt M. 1( ilk, P :
T.eih Evi'...-I''.i v. ith. in p.i.i,
ol N .ir .US I )..', 1,11
P. a. Ph'LIJ.Ti
I'd! 'au k :-i n i t .
Chi t it . I , Joio
-l idl.-.l -H.it
Sill CI .'1114' I -HI I t l"
y . rm.
ni 1 1 t
,t i ritpp,
in i ii f.
J. A. JONES.
been giving -M'tece
Su nda v .st. huols in N
Mr. 'J'. K. ogh'.-hv.
( ia. . has writ I en a .. r
tentioii to the f.u t
. d th'' 1 1 ll
of s , v i , 1 1 a b .
el' ill 1 1 1 1 1 g at -t
hat a K :i ml I
school was e-tabh-iu d in I he pan-di
of t 'iirisl ch itch f "ir . a: - . .u h.-r
than the earl.. -! l.i'" nam. .1 in t I
ConrU'Ctiou in t in- 1 i l"bc. and mmi i v
ti ft v years Ivfore W ibeii 1: ,o - b.
gsin his Sundav inoo! in 1 e a .- -l er i
Bug., and eighty y.-j:- In f ee tin
lirst sdiooi in A in.-. a. .. on M r.
Waikes" plan was . ' abli-h. d in ;,ew
That learned ai
the late Bishop S'
vania, in his hi-''
olume I . page -I 1
Savannah Sundav school vva
ed in 11 "oi. The name of it - f'
was John N eh.-,'.
vv a v
: I )i i v i
a ii it y
ipplv ol line horHCH
i mi l St rung work
aim Mules i ui baud.
ol m i e n
iw on (Uo
I 111 I IK"
s '. s, r icesbln
os, w hat i r. mm
.1 w i- tv II lli(sn lew
I I" '
it v s en bin id for
lelport nnofliciallj reported.
J Washington Post.
IIknby Hottek, Sec'y.
Lauc, Lilliaa Fmrier, Iouise Lane
all live long and
iiitMit, has been received here from
Cuba. It is understood that tne in- i S(,ften the
prosper, surgenr xorces are picoanug aiuuuu.
(a. W. W. Havana.
irilioBnby iiillug leoili
Be sure ami u-e that 11 inol wrb-trn-.l
remedy, Mrs. Win-lo 's '.....lint g Syiup
tor chiltlren lec'ihuig. It soothes tie- i Innl,
urns, uHa. s all pane arcs
wiatl colic and is ike b. st r. ine-ty 1'ur
diarrhoea. Twenty five cents a bottle.
CcTr.3;:-.:cn i: Wholcta'.e Dalr la -
Frcsli and Silt Water
135 Etsks-.s 8trH Cpj- Tvion Uaxktt,
( onsliznmcntM s, i1irlt'-i , Jrmiil Kuliimf,
Ht.frn'iirr J h. T.YI,uKa New liroo
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