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VOL. XVlTl. NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. FEBRUARY 27 189(;. NOTFT
H and Polling Places
IN GRAVEN COUNTY,
; EstibHshed- by the Clerk of the Superior
- Court, Under the Laws of 1895.
Cr fa Cwaty ak&U wttXia twclv masU altar tk ntilcatian of
Uw WUH M - VtU M MW MmT mt Ut Mpaxmt
fiaM f fttmg fa rra lkr fcax4 mA tftT latr, in ary inl
AiiaU f ttate laaaaaU a c mtUm , wWtar NaMr4ifiUa ae m Town
skiy, TSliOi CMy a War4.
ronnaot to tl provuioos of raid notice U tereby given that the
, XOltftaHag PtMCVsm nd boundaries and PotLXKO Places have been
. eslablshd iaCaven Countr in the respcotiTe Townships thereof:
" VITVint-R fiVR TT1WVRHIP
UaFLB Ctfiess PkCCISCT booodea M lotloara: iiegmning at liie g
Lftndiajr v Nea Rir thence with
tiienc aJon tne and IliM ruai to ine I iney rnecs roaa. meuco up uie
Pine j Keck ro.) to the Folly Bridg over Swiff creekt thence with -awl
ewek to U Put anlj. line, thence along 1'iU county line to .euso
rite and thence down Neiue river to the beginning. Polling place.
" .YjUtTMORO f BtClSCT will include all that psrt of Number One Tow nship
vbicb U nrt mcladrd in the Maple Cypress Precint as hereby established.
Polling plocw at Vaxceboko.
- NUMBER TWO
TaCITT PreCISCT will include all
toere. Pollinn lce, scoool House.
- NUMBER THREE TOWNSHIP-
FoKX Bad WELL fKEflSCT U bounded as follows: Beginning at the
BOOta of Mdl Branch ti Cora oreek, thence np said branch to "Cow
Scrape," tkeo reeiarardlT to Poley bridge branch (between H. T. Ifich
ardaoo'a and William hite'i) thence to and with the road that leads to
Carmack Frd o Moeley'i creek, thence down said oreek :- Neuse
' liter, theno d an aaid nfer to Cire creek, thence up saw! creek to the
. togwaior. Polling place Fort Barnwell.
vCDa Caaait PaaclWCT ia bounded a follows: Beginning at the
mootlk ( Aliil Branch, thence npaaid branch to Cow Scrape," thence
fc diraMii lina La the luncuon oi otddle
' Biddlo road to the bead of Core creek,
- iaciodinf tb Dr. Hrjan farm, thence with the Jones county line to the
diridlogiii! betwero the 3rd and 9th Townships, thence with said line
and Core ereek to the beginning. Polling place Core Creek Station.
t Doth PaaciircT will include all that Dart of No. 3 Township not m-
elided ia Core ereek
and Ft. Barnwell
TX3lmLX3 PaiCIirCT is bounded aa
Haooock's ereek, thence op
1W t r.rf. ..nni, lina ikanm
tho aead of Clubfoot's creek, thence
xrowng place ixxrLEs otobk.
- STAJrroVS PaaciyCT will inciade all that portion of Number Five
Townahip no included within the boandariea of Temples Precinct a.s
herebj eetabliahed. Potling place Oak Grove School Hot se.
' Lli'sFlU PaECTircT will inciade
J, keretoore. Pviling place Ualums's
- - NUMBER SEVEN TOWNSHIP.
" Jxa E3 ClTT PaxciXCT is hereby divided into two Election Precincts
- K. Vijf i ! ai-riTnlT u Kait .IimM PitT and lYeat .I.tmea I'ltv
. fUrt JAXBICITT PaKCUfCT wiU include all that territory bounded on I Bradham Pharmacy, has Rot every
' tia Weat 1T th AtlaBtic A North Carolina Railroad, on the North aaid ih.og m got shape Dd is quite comfort
, Eo-t Ijjh. Trent and Neu Htt,, and on the South by the Stock Fence
" Pl0f pJ Putic School House. cmr.ction.ries. .he can.iio ot his own
WlST JaE ClTT PebcxsCT will includ the territory est of the A. I maDUi1,llre aod Ue is devoting sjxrcial
4 N. C. Railroad within the Stock Fence Line extend ed to and aorosa ) 3ltL.Dti,,n to wholesome driDks f the sea
Bricea ereek' to Mill Branch, thence op Mill Branch to the Pocosin, and m, ixnh hot and end. His handsome
iIimm h riiiMrt lina La the. Jane conntv line, thence to Reed? Branch da fountain is fl mkd on one side by a
jdowa Reed J Braoob to Trent River and down Trent river to the Railroad
Bridga. Pollio-r Placo Spitbt's Store.
BlTajaL PBECIBCT will include all that part of No. 7 Township
Bo included ia aet and W eat Jamee City Precinct hereby established.
PoUing Plaoe Riverdalb Statio.-t.
NUMBER EIGHT TOWNSHIP.
Cm OT New BsajtS, The various precinct of the City of New B rne
r known as the First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Wards and the suti-
diTJaiona of the F"fta Ward known aa St. Phillips Precinct and MCar
: -' thy Precinct will remain as heretofore eaublishei except that St. Phil-
lipaPrwcinct of the Fifth Ward is hereby divided into two Precincts to bo
kaowa teapeetitrel", as St. Phillip Precinct and Pavie Town Precinct.
8t. PhixLCPS PaBCIwCT Boondariee are a follows: Beginning at the
JJortaWeat corner of George and Queen streets, thence North along the
Weet side of George street to Cedar street, thence West along the South
. ada of Ceaar street and Cedar street extended to End street extended.
- thmiea Sooth along End street extended to E id street, thence with End
- 8reet toQneen street, thence Est along the North side of Queen street
" io the beginning. PoUing place Pope's Store, corner of West and Eim
. - PATIlTow-sr PaiciKCT is bounded as follows: Beginning at the North
- Weat coniarof George aDd Cedar streets and running West along Cedar
street, and Cedar street extended to the Western boundary line of the
city, thenoa with said City Line northwardly to the Northern boundary
ofh city, thence East with said Northern boundary to George street,
- thanoa Sooth with George street to the beginning. Polling place Hexry
ROCKT RCK Prbcixct. This new Precinct will consist of that portion
of CaaiD Palmer Precinct Weet of the Race Track Road and Wilsou's
creed, excepting the farm of D. R.
. PLEAAAJtr HlLL Pbecisct. Beginning at the mouth of Taylor's
creek, ranning op the Neaae river to Batchelor creek thence up said
Creak to tha A. N. C. R. R., thence down said Railroad to the Race
Track road ranning from the A. 4 N. C. R. R. to Neuse road, thence up
auti ntois ruaw ui uvuuuarv ui luctuuru a. m ineii o vjub in
thence along said boundary to Tailor's crvek, thence down said creek
the Neaae nver. The farms of John Humphrey and D. IL Williams.
sua nroN rasa io u dooouu-t oi
-Iha Booth side of the A. 4 N. C. IL
f tiii: r . . i r . . . r...
JICSIi-THEST P&ECIjfCT, OtJTBIDE OF TnE ClTY OF New BeRNE, Is
: bounded as follows: Beginning at the Northern boundary line of the
City of New Berne, on the Neuse river, and running with said river
. 2forthwardiy to Taylor's creek, thence np Taylor's creek and along the
" Northern and Western boundary line of Hacltburn it Willett's Oaks Farm
to the Neaae road, thence along the Neuse road to the road running from
the Neuse road throogh the Race Track to Trent road, thence with Trent
road to the ran of Wilson's creek, thence with Wilsou's creek to Trent
-riTer. thence down Trent river to Lawson's creek, thence up Lawson's
- creek to the city line, tbeoce with the "A ester n ciiy hue to
city line, thence East along said line to the beginning. I
- the Cor5 ty Pooa HorsB.
Ji UMBER NINE TOWNSHIP.
JASPBB PrECIXCT will remain as heretofore and embrace all
lory ia Nanvier Nine Township. Polling place at Jasper.
Regutrars and Jodges of Election com poeing the Previ
will note caref ally that electors must Register in the Irecinct
theT reaide. according to the boundary lines hereby establishec
' tail a re to do so is good cause for challenge aud will forfeit their right to
Tote on election day.
Given noder my hand this 29th day of Janury. A. D., IS''"..
r "7s7". 2C, Watson,
Clerk Superior Court Craven Cotiutv.
Wholesale & Retail Dealers in
vFlatrr, Pork, Coffee, fngar, Lard, Batter, Cheese, Syrnp, Molasses
- ' Ylngrt Soaff Tobacco, Cigars, Canned Hoods of all kinds.
Tea, Spieea, aod everything else usually found in a
FIB-IT-GLASS GROCERY STORE.
' ITyWe hare bought io large quantities for cash and are prepared
to aell aa low aa anyone. Conn try Merchants aud the general public
will do wall to get oar price before bqjing elsewhere. No trouble to
. show goods.
" Ctables Free, 47 Broad 8t., New Berne, N. C
rtraight line to Lnea old Chape!.
of X umuer I wo Town?
and Uover roads, thence witli sau.
thence to the Jones county
precincts. Polling plaoe Dovkr!
Beginning at the mouth of ;
said creek to the Pocoein, ami with tlie
with id ( rf eret oa 1 1 n v 1 1 ii ii to
down Clubfoot's creek to its month, I
of Hancock's creek the bog.nn.ng. '
all of Number Six Township ins
Williams. Polling place at Moses
ntctoaru a it mens uiad iim,
phrey and D. R. Williams, on
R. will be included in this precinct.
. r r
oiling til ace at
; and that
the City of lima Mil. Vlelntly.
Uataered'ln nnd Briefly Xld.
("trd a re out renouncing the Iwtrothal
of Miss Yetta Km-!PiD. ot Kinstoo, and
Mr A e Srhult ot I hirt mtiton, S. C,
f rmerly ol' New l?ernc.
Mr. .Tunis V. l'ellethr. ofSteili
up 1 1 business ..n I resist ri-l at t lie
Oi iitaw k. -non ultir arm-ins lie called
ar uj.I and n n w e 1 his JocRN" w.
soription for the coming year.
A gnat many complnnios reach us
about condition ot that portion Ot Awe
rnad :v u.' tjetween the A
rros9i n.r a ii I t ! i r t ,rk
W .sbin-toti r. d- 1' :--
X. (.'. It It
fit arc al-
tr- .!' i h m i ll ihot
he a. 1 i we I.
( l. e i if ( lUr 1 l
v sterdav :i-'.rad 1 . I
miir. Th strett- o
iou d not
he--!.;Ki :.rtetir8tj..Whlt bnuv.lt :.,lU
I V,c , ity were entire- ()kl jQ a ,L.W W()rd;1
Iv tO'' n.irrow lor
is u liee inanMiup. ana
i.e li;e) awav to the
JJl IL.l.lL ILil. ..I IIMVU,
When Ut sk-t-n he as sal.ly supported
l.y two other i-.mk ortieeis mid a colored
n.an at ihe r, ,r. utilized as propelling
power lor the lucyrlo.
IU-v. i. W. Given of Jirown wcmxi,
uh i ha- h- n ivi rkiir; in this sec-
i inwr.-t of i lie Smthern
TV. -,i ,; s. n.i'-arv oi I.u-s-
P ,-.-iJ ::.i
In ,d l it v
Fri m. v en routi
Kms'tin He is
w o r k i i
of tue Llidowiii. ,-ni
secure ndditional stu-
Fund mi' l dso lo
oenis. This - is i ' .e
Tne io'jcic.il Svmi:i:tiy
The K n-to'i Free 1 '
"Mr. I le. ma-. 1 K
w r- una : eph..iv-
an,'i-t l i'otesiant
ui t e
i ei - : 1 1 1-
Il.l. I- III
V i .
p. -ps i o m i i : :.' ! r ":i ft
me-1 :.iW- p ! ts til 1 1 ' h'lio: d
a- -u pply iho o;' our h i-, i
s:ri" t 1 1 -erva'e liV i
Hon H- : I f lown fo
fruncni-e. tree .f io-mi la
!e ' i nl'-"
s. T ii- c it v
'a In in e ri c
f rward. "
i in j
ilw ipie-i i-'ii es-1
com i n ue to i;o
The S;,.ver Hawl.vai-.- are d;-play-
i t-r : 1 1 n. w- t u
. u i i rv li iial- line
. m'-jn ed. The special
t a' e r , I hi i'lt i e! uv
inakir.i; it impos-i-i
io any liarm. 1 1 i
nitalKHi of l.hn' and
i fi't. inn-
: of 't'
vaieh I In- -hell" .s ol me
b;e for I he tire I.
, tim-bed m i iteci
tti'.eoak. A'.ove the sue
the nitulei is
U.tK, o ru I UU'Ul al ' i;l.i.ltu uuu o'uiain
irn; ih ree Ik. vdie l- d-e Fn-n.-r.irs.
a lire onA m lie c. litre
one o'i either si' it .
a sin ill
M-. .1. -s. IIan.n oi New Yoik,- Dr.
I) Fie7er.ld of H.dtuiioi-e, and Mr. A.
W. Iisici f B istor oi ikiston. vp irisnnn.
w ho hav b en h n-dna a few we ks at
the Chitawk i. iet' on Touuvl y m rn-
me'-" train returning t their homes. Mr I
Datui .1. n uos of Lhmbury Conn., "ho
u.i b ca p.-i)dmy a u.d ior'io i i ihei
nhner here, u . lei o.i the -teiiuerl
e:urnino home, fie eM,rees ,
Jr.te ' a-!d "f.l'.MiVs i.'ime-.tmn 'of
re in Toiiif
h- enex is to
ii ie r i i t
t. I uek in let'
he meantime ne will ktep him-i
as to what i- transpiring m .New I'dltie UV
reatlmg I ll K JofUNAI. for w Inch he has
subscribed a yenr in iHut.ee.
K. 1.. BIFFV
I a III .New (Innrlrn With II Is Cu
feelloBery Hlore and lupdj Nana.
Mr. K. I.. Duffy. no r o-ntly moved
into lue store on I ollock street ailioiuim-
larijc and eh gaii t coffee urn
and on the
, other by the hot sodt urn.
I A partition separates the sales room
j fioui tue ice cream parlor aud ladies lunch
I loom. This room is very nicely tilted up
j loth in furnishiDiis ami decorations.
Another panitiou divides this room
f r. in the ifi i iy lactory deparneDt. Which
is just bikk of it Ileie Mr. Daffy hckI his
i a-sistant i minufacture the candies si
temp inglv displayed in the front portion.
'Mr "Duffy hs surroU'i.Ud himelt with
; fa i alines h r makr-g ny kind of candy,
' and ail that he i. a: dies is tu itiiifactured by
lunisr.f r ght 'h'-ie. He devotes himselt
untiringly to business and the skill he
i.shows at it. and the diligence he manifests
in it, is ijuiie a sa'e guarantee ttwit he will
j continue to rise in ;'.
Courten ie l ius work Weilutsday and
adjourned in itie af erroon for the term.
Thr following ca-es were disposed of
! J. E. Wsienx di-posing ( f mortgaged
probity. Def'-udini siibnnts. Judgment
i saisp. ndeti upon the payment of eost.
Ciiarles !lirr;s, a ne gro boy. Larceny
of a shall. Guiliy. .1 udgmentsuspended.
State vs. Wiley Allen ami James Jones,
I col. Larceny i .fa cow. The defendants
i churned H ev bough' the c w from pai-
, Judgment was
11 IOU pit 1 U1CU L
I ot LO-t-
a Free crayon inrtrat.
i yr j j
Bater put on exhibition at
,)U .(ore vestt.r,, ,T a handsome three-nnar-
ttr i:te size, hneiv e.xix-.iied. envonpor-
tojtr.nt. It :s a simple of one which le
, proposes ;e g'.w lr-
hdn to the
ni-"me' who tiade- w
, amount of ten co lars.
. The tut ire n mount does not have to be
tradel at one bine. A record of pur
i chases is kept bv givirg each customer a
: curd b
rdeied around wiih nuiu'trs trom
! which the aruouot of each purchase is
' punched until the tiad.- becomes enough
' to secure ilie pict ure without cost. Tlie
eoUrged ponrmt i- made from any small
picture furnished, eith-r that ol of the tus
i tomer or some r. Inbte or friend of his.
At a mc tin: of the Executive Coin- '
mittee of the Vnn.-e Mocunu r.t Association
armngciutnts were made with P,.k
Miilct'oi lt chinond, 'a., to led tire at 22
point in th: Stale, under the auspices of1
he Association to raise finest' r the 1
memorial to the great North Carolinian,
Z-'-uloii B. Vance. He is to appear at
Ne Ben e, Tuesday Man h 2dth. ,
Mr. Midi r has co tapial in Ins spe laity. '
th.-delineation oi Southern life beiore the !
war. imro lining his famous darky I
-ketches -nd bai j . music, ami he should '
be 2'et-ttd bv a lirge audu-nc- both on !
account ol the m- rit .! the entertainment
and of account of
wh:ch the money 1-
ihe noble object
to le applied.
Ntrnw llnlo In Snow Time.
Mr. J. J. Bax.tr :u et'.iug in his
supply of straw hats yesterday and ytt
there was idow ou the ground ! This is !
not the first time ihis has happened with
Mr. Baxter Last year and the year before
it was thr serae thing.
Considerini; the very limited amount
of mow that talis in New Berne it is re
markable that this should have been the
cse three year's in succesiion, even if he
does order early.
Japanese Liver Pellets are small and
mild, easy to take, uo griping, the roost
pleasing effects attend tlieir use. Fifty
doses, 25c ta. For eale by F. B. Duffy.
RECONEfi AN INVENTOR.
Superintendent Tbomns If. Coakley
Invrnli a Device Ynlnnble to (
Messrs. John Wed h rl mtn A: Co..
patent attorneys of Washington, D. C,
make a monthly award et a pi ze of $i jO
' jrtr , l. .lv; nn,l tiiin nil cl invi'lllmn
brought to their notire during ihe pre-
cetli - Thirty days. Tlie last, prize a ward
ed was win by Sir. Thomas II. Conk ley
of Baltimore, who is well and favorably
l known to New Berne people, imni having
mniHi ira seveiai nuri a.-.-oo,-, , ,.-
I tendent and manager ut the canning e
' taiilishment of Me-srs. Moore .V Br.tdy
lilted in tliN cite.
1 "e -ail"iiu neioiaei in u'hkuji; u.c
mveiitiou and itisuccu
skeic'n of Mr I ' ttle ':
Mr c.,k.os ,ivs
!! the n.vintion
in v invention may
ev warns. la pacKiii'4 ON --
tei-f, lruua and vegetables, women anu
.nris an-se'n. rc (1 to nl ire the imterial in
, the canSi Rnil ln s .loi-L.'. 1 had olten
, noticc))- tiev w,,uld cut tin-ir tin-ers,
' )nie,llf ve",v liaoly. It al-o happene .
' ttiat tue mateiial ihcy were picking, fucti
I is eystors or unocr irimx. woum ieeoiue
iximy torn by t lie sharp eo-- oi uv can
: I therefore beunu 1 1 stu i v a pUn t ) uvoid
Uicse )itncu;ti's. ami ui-er some evpei
ment, it occurred to me that I c mid com
bine such an improvement wwh u cap that
! would b". -elf-lockinir. Thin I would
i remedy the cutting- of hands and material,
and at the tii me tnn s.-cure a can that no
c..t or acid could zel into while the same
e.as b.-ing MSiiyj.1. he.-. ties saving to the
Clime:- one half or inure "f the expense 01
se.ihi i; Such a can I finally devised and
I am - d:-ficd that it me-ts ail the l'eipiitv
ni, n!s ol the trade, and be-ales, it helps to
in-i vent impurities in the can a difficulty
whu h was cited by the Secr tary ol Agri-
culiure in hi- annual rep ut tor is 9 "J.
-I am satisfied that it is an excellent
idea to secure a Canadian patent and I
have f illy made up my mind to take out
a p.veiu in tuat country and in several
lore'iri c'liiutries. 1 have studied vari'-us
othei d. vices and afti r my siicce-s on this
. ccasion I shall doubt lens lake out other
p i'e Us in future. '
The Hecorder speaks in a h'Lthly favor
at lo ii anner ol the invention as Iminw-:
'Mr. Coakley's invention is one which
will uot only be a great bo-m to the lare
canninpr establishments throughout ihe
wurld, lint it will be greatly appreciated
by the house-wife. It is difficult to secure
the hermetical sealing of glass cans and
theie are no appbano s in the ord nary
household with which tiu car s can he
wihltre-l. Mr. Cotikley's invention over
t' liinn I hese difficulties, and beMdi ?. mater
ially re luces ilia cost of this very neces
.nitrrlnie ofii PopnUr Young Man of
Bellair to One of. Fort Hnrnwell's
Fair Tonne I.ailie.
Mr. George S. Wilcox, of Bellair r,nd
Miss Ada Kiipatrick were married in Lanes
ClriD-1 near Fori Barnwell on Wednes
day Febi nary l'Jtli. Rev Mr Saunders offi-
The attendants were: Mr. Samuel Kii
patrick of Xt-w Berne and Miss Jaiiie
Lane ot Bellair: Mr. Kausom L ine ol
Fort Birnwell a'jd Miss Ella Lane o'
BelUii; Mr. E. M. Street, of Bellair, and
Miss Ida Lane of Fort Barnwell; Mr.
Poru-r Arnold, of Lima, and Miss May
I House, ot Lima; Mr. W. U. White, of
Fort Barnwell and Mlss Lizzie Arnold oi
Lima; Mr. Edgar House of Jasper, and
Miss Annie Pearce ot Fort Barnwell.
Immediately after the marrige the
bride and groom, accompanied by a num
ber of friends le.lt lor Bellair, where their
future home will be.
A highly enjoyable and largely att.ndcd
receptioD, lasting about tbree hours, was
held that night at the residence of Mr
Daniel Lane, where Mr aud Mrs. Wilcox
are for the present. They wid soon move
imo their own residence which Mr. Wil
cox bus just built near !iis store at Del
lair. The bride was one of the leaiiiog voung
Indies of the Fort Barnwell neighborhood
the groom is a popular yoiiug man anu is
quite well known all over the cou .'try,
having in time past succesi
school at several phiee-'-, and
b.en county surveyor for
years. He has lately devote
merchandising and lar.ning.
dully i align t
i couple of
I It i ms If to
He runs his
store and faims at Bellair, and also has
an interest in a store on Hog Island.
Many triends of both bride and groom
join in wishmg them Inppiness und pros
perity through li'e.
K 1 ni ton Improvements.
We are pleased to announce that the
Baptists will build a large brick church
ou their lot, on the coi tier beside 'he pres
ent house of worship. The Methodist
church is to be enlarged and improved.
The Presbyterian chuich is to be com
pleted. There is improvement in Kinston all
along the liue. New stores, new resi
dences. Dew and improved churches, large
tobacco warehouse and a Dumber of prize j Sors from the A. and M. College and l.y j
houses io be built. Kiuston i- humming ;a representative of the X. C. Experiment J
reitli lifHnnrl im nrovempnt. There's no! station. :
better town in the State. Kmston Free I
The W. A '. Railroail.
A correspondent of the Raleigh News
and Observer writes from Washington, N.
C. as follows:
'It is thirty miles from here to Ply
mouth, and the cit'zens here are hopeful
that the rumored report of the W. N ei
N. road extending its line from New
Berne to Norfolk will prove true. Ii is
believed here that il the W. N. ti N. Will
build Iroin New Berne to Washingtou,
(,e Norfolk aud Southern will
from Plymouth to Washingtoo ;
would givj a through line from N
to Wilmington, a d stance of about 230
TheGrent Tobaeeo War.
head of one of the largest St.
Louis miiniifu tones ofp'ug tobacco Said
to-dav: About tw.yeais ago we put on
the market a oraiid of plug toD.cc". and
when we figured it out. we found we had
lost just St veii cents a p-ain I. Battle Ax
P'.ug Tobacco, I am told, selis 'or one
cent per pound less than our brand, which
would make the loss on it nine cents per
poun I. "Battle Ax.'' however, is superior
b the One we put out. and must cost mote
to manufacture. Twenty million pounds
of Bat be Ax plug tobacco were sold, on
which I believe there must have b-.eu a
los of at least ten cents a pound, so on
this item alone there seems to have been a
i loss ol
loss ol 2.000,000.
From the above statement of a large
plug tobacco manufacturer, who evidently
knows wiiut he is taikmg about, it would
seem to us that the only one who is bene
fiting by the Tobacco War is the man
who chews "Battle Ax,"' for he is certain
ly getting the full worth of his money
i every time he Duvs it. .ew lorn
I Herald. " dot w It
Knocked Oat in the First Bonnd.
The I'ilzsimmons-Maher fight to
place yesterday in Texas, Maher being
knocked out in the first round.
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thousands, will cure you. Sojd under pos
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'KXI' TEA HKK'f ASSKMItl.V
An InipiirtHnl Heeling: of u iirvnt
Rdnpntlonnl Hotly .Home Feature
of the Work Every Teneher Shoulil
It will probab'e soon be decided where
the next session of the Tcai lu i 's Assem
bly wid b- he'il an l of what the program
it will i -a
t. The time Mi recently fixed;
venc June ITih aid the wmkiiiL'
l!iiinel to tine.; das. Weilnes
- lav acd I'ridav Tlrey are in-
tended to lie days of hard work with three
sessions a d iv opportunit . - fir recrea
tion Will follow.
The Tcachi r - As-embly i- a meat b.iv.
composed o! (he teachers of tlie uh
State and its .t'scussions of pie-t:ons of
gineral e.hie dional inlluence i annot fad
to have l In ir itdliL-nce in li lping edw a
tional po'.eii s aright.
10 eery ten-h'T throughout the bounds of
the Slate should take pride in the Asso
ciation and in its success-, no matter where
its nice inus are held.
(Jin- f-.-tiure of the Association's work
to which attention has recently been calied
is the influence it should tiring to bear
upon legi-latioii. It expected that the
next legislation will be called upon to
enact laws affecting the educational k-ti-n
sts of the Slate, pubi c and privati
These que--tiiins will Se (iisctiss'-d and
-.et'on taken upon Ihem in the next com
ing se-sion of the A.sseiniily. Kvery
t' ache r in the State should he vitUy hi
terested in se uring proper leui-hlt on
upon t!ie-e juhject.-: and by all meeting to
gether, having a tree exchange of views. '
reaching au agreement as to what is best
and expressing themselves as a body they .
can bring a weighty influence to bear
We believe the plan decided upon for ;
the coining Session, of work first and rec
reation altriwvar-ls, a no id one. i!vit-!
the teacher who h is other cures.
pressing upon him w hich preveuts a pro
longed stay, can he present through all ;
the work without very litt e l"?s of time
aud then deparl, il need be, while those
who have the tune an I opportunity tor a
a longer stay can re. n.dn and enjoy ihem-:
We believe no better place, or in fact, 1
no oile r place as suitable in all r spects as '
Morehea d Ciiy for the Assembly meeting i
Can be found. Vet if a chaDgfir a season
is deemed a(l;-i-able by the committee we
hope to see a large aad iufj lentia: meet- j
iUi held whatever place may be decided j
K'-ep up the intertst in the Ass -mbly j
and let it. go forward to even higher I
ach; vi-men is than those of the na-t. '
Banker Bleyrllsls Mill on B-eek.
O.ir "b inker bicyclist" with true Irish
grit, (he who wear the 'jr.-, ,,) was out
again yesterday taming the "-bike."'
All was serene as he cflirc- sp acing
dowu the macadamized road with a bdy
guard e'ulj'jme official this time) liding
in the rear to see thai all v is well as they
gracefully glided by the l-'air ground.
Never was th" air m ire bracing, l ever
did rider look more m igiMinimous moun
ted upon his steed ol sti-e! as it glist, ned
under the effulgent rays of a h-e lining sun,
bet ! alas I ! "The s ame. old
It is now said that Charlie Iieizenslein
i fully consult d or his Broad St. epi-sod-.
Further reports state that still aimihcr
of i ur bmhiis. Pollock St. this time
made the venture la'.e i 1 t lie ufterno-in.
His greatest. success was attained in eva
diag the eyes of ye reporter.
Why Feed Jail Birds in Idleness? J
As our readers well know we do not i
believe that convicts, whatever their of-1
ence, should be housed and fed at the ex-
pense of tlie public, whether in the State i
penetentiai y , in the coun'y jiils, or in the
city station houses. Provision is made
for the employment of the latter in some
shape or other, but as a ru'e the other i
two classes escape work, although there j
is one source of employment always open j
for them, und that isthevvoikon the j
streets and roads. ,
The sentiment alreadyls in favor of j
thus employing convicts and the scnti-1
ment is growing stronger. Numbers of j
papers advocate the memire and we do
not know ol auy
i Rockingham Rocket
that oppose. Tii
declares ii is simp I
outrageous that the prisoners in our jails
are a'towed to lay i:p ih -re in luxurious-
ness idleness when our roads are iu such j
To the majority of this-jail buds it i.-'
no punishment to be confined iu a com-1
I f.rtable building like the county j iil and j
1 to eat such food as is given them there,
j But establish a chain-tang and we will j
: have better kept roads and le.-s crime,;
and tiiis at no greater expense than at ;
! Mr. S. L. Patterson, commissioner, ro
j titles the firmers of Onslow county ihat '
j at institute will be held at Jacksonville j
i on Friday andSdurday, March tj'h, and j
' 7th. The farmers are invited to be present .
I aud to take part in the Institute. ' i
The Commissioner of Agr culture will;
: be assisted bv one or more of the proles-
Theie are no politics whatever about ;
use mee; iags. Such practical subj.-cts i
will be discussid as are of genial interest
to farmers, truckers aud liuit giowers. 1
The Institute is designed to be highly!
i beneficial to agricultansts by the dissemi
j naiion while. in direct contact with tb"m ;
of such ui-io-date information as will be j
; of use to tht m in iheir calling. An ad-
' vantage in this method over printed mat
ter is that if there are certain things upon .
j which the former wants farther knowledg
I he can -eek it without an v farther tfou
; ble. "
j The Institute shou'd le well atten
ded. ! The Hospital.
The Goldsboro Headlight notes the
formal opening in that ti'y of ''Ihe
! Eaielgeney Hospital." Rabbi, J L. May-
i erbeisg officiated as Chaplain. lien rv Lee,
one of the prominent eiiins mile the '
presentation spe eh. J E. P d'eis n. ,
chtii'man of the Bond of county com
missioners, an I Mayor 11:11 rescinded
both pledging lively mt-ie-t and co-operation
in the goud work. The hospital was
We hope ere long to be able to make
an item about an event in New Berne
siiDilarJiu character. What other cities in
the Slate about Ne x l!eine"s size are
doing. New Berne can do also by simi-1
lar effort and cooperation. While the
! establishment of hospitals in the other cil- j
les shouid be unincentive to our people to ?
go forward heartily with what they have j
begun, tlie grand rea-on for such action ,
should be that there is an deniable netd i
' for the proposed institution. C'ase3 can i
be found right now where the hospital
i would be a b essing to the patients if it
; were iu operation. t
MethodlHt Missioiiarjr Conference.
j There will be held at G-oldsboro, March
9th and 10th, beginuing at 2:30 o'clock
k j on the 9th, a "'Missionary Conlerence "
Dr. W. K.Eiimbeth, one ot the Mis
sionary Secretaries, is to be present.
Various topics of interest will be dis
cussed by invited speakers.
The preachers and laymen of the New
Berne district are invited to attend.
Homes will be provided. Write to Rev.
R. C. Beaman if you will attend.
F. D. Swindell, P. E.
KAST CAROLINA FAIR.
I'oinl ol lis Exeellenee and Super
iority An Ohjeet I.eMwon of the In
dustrial Strength of EftHlern Caro
'As usual the annual Fair held by the
V. ist ( 'arolina Fish. Oyster, Game and
Iinhistiial A-sociation at New- I3 rne will
this ye ir he everything that one in search
p!i---iire and enjoyment cou'd wish for.
lb u tolore the ir.-in.-'gen-.ent have slrenu-on-'y
r. fus- , adm l'anci' to the army of
I ikirs an I -callnwags ih it generally are
!' und on inir grounds s arching for the
u uw try an I ii'dniii de I. It is gratifying
to know tint this year the same caution
wili be i Xtl'o.s, d and lliieves, pickpockets,
fikir-and o'ler -aviadh rs will, so far as
it is pmssjl..i. be kept ofi the Fair grounds.
I a p.ery epartm-nl unusual and except
ionable Inn! work ha? been done by
S-t-ict TV Ke:z -iistcin t h it t he exhibits or
this year -Iial. l..- go a!a nvie varied and
interesting than ever belore. We are as
sured thai the Fair of this vear will
eclin e all nth rs
On Tues Inl
and F.-id iv haiio
ia point of greatness.
n ascensi. ns anil para
be made by a lady i
slid by the press to be
; woman ever to drop
e I: U I e leap-, will
aei-ni) -iiit wh ' i
the ino-t daring
bom th- skii s.
An innumerable cu nber ol free at
tractions w:l! be given both by day and
by night. Along th s line the visitor is
si i ro to ho entertained, instructed and
'Tue r ich g at this Fair will bs the
most varied and comprehensive ever held
in iiu- ."-.we. in.- i- a iHuii'i suiiemeiii.
but it is a'-soiuielv true, rorty-six
tries aie made already, and among the
lacers enteie I are some of national fame.
Severn v-one mos w!I be given. The
situation of tlie race track enables cveiy i
ope on tlw ground to wi'nes.s each raw
tuout tne uisC1
Usually ixpetieneed by tair visitors,
'There will be numerous tent shows on
the ground, and they" are of the very best
class rehned. de'eut. aud respectable
shows to which one w ill not hesitate to
take, their sister, their mother or their
Cheap rates will he made by the At
lantic and North Carolina liaiiroid from
Morebead City and other points along the
road, a.d we urge all who are able to
attend the Fair. It is an object lesson of
the woiiderlul industrial strength of Eas
tern Carolina - i. ot especially of New
Berne, btitoliue entire middle eastern
part of our blessed old commonwealth.
Indeed, one of the greatest features of tue
Fair the one that appea's most to the
stranger Irotn the interior is the Oyster
exhibit; and what county in X. C. is more
productive cfthe oyster than Cartel et ?
t'iie oyster exhibit iiuti- truthfully be said
represents t uterot county.
lies. tie tne
U ster exhibits, are not the fish exhibits
representative more of Cartiret than ol
any other count '. We should take pride
in the East Carolina Fairs. There is no
county which sends more to them than
ours. In a great measure thesi fairs are
ours, and our representative people
should be on the grouLds to tell the way
faring man fiom whence come the lucious
oystera ami the linnyUsh.
Secretary lieizoustein, thai indtfatig
unble steam ongi-ao ot brains, push and
enterprise, writes us that this year will be
the greatest ot all, and assures us that
those who will uot be able to atteud will
miss a rare treat of sight-seeiug."'
Morelieail City plays no mean part at
the New Berne Fa r, nor does the county
of Carteret. Those fish and oysters are
ours. They come from our waters. Our
sun first shines upon them, our labor first
takes them from the pia. e which nature
designed as tbeir home. This part ol the
great Fair breaths the very atmosphere of
Carteret. When we see the piles; of
bivalves and aquiria ot fishes, we can
smoll the s i It y winds of the A1--10-'0 -can
taste the sweets of this Qod-blesed
old county. Therefore, we should look
ou the Fair with a sort of affection a
sort of ownership. Much of it is ours,
and all of us who can should not fail to
visit it at least tor one day. With good
weather the Fair w ill be a tremendous
success this year." Morebead Ct.y At
The ab ve excellent article upon the
Fair is from the columns of the Atlantic
News, Morebead City. It has the right
ring about it The East Carolina Fair
was designed aud is representative, as
its name iud c ites, not a one oi New Berne
and Craven county, but of Ea-t Carolina,
ui;d every Eastern county sh-mlil be kept
represented at it exhibitions in every way
pos-ible, both by well selected exhibits
and by as large att -n dante Of its people
But it can be said further that while
the Fair is representative of the eastern
part of our State it does not stop with
that. As the thoughtful visitor makes his
rounds and observes the tine display, he
will sic that almost the entire State is
represented. It is well. Let the Fair
continue to grow in scope, merit and
powers for good.
Fire at Beanlort.
Special to JoCRSAI,.
Beaufirt, N. C, Feb is. At 2 o'clock
today the residence of Henry Xareoai was
discovered to be on fire.
The wind has been blowing a gale all
day and at one time the town was iu great
danger, but heroic e fforts of our fire de
partment and citizens got the fire under
control and the damage was confined to
Narcom's residence. D.
COX DEWS ED STATE .HEWS.
The Salisbury Herald notes the killing
there of the biggest log of the season by
P. W. Brown. It weighed 637 pounds.
The Wilkesboro Chronicle says: '"Mrs.
Reuben Nichols, of Miller's Creek on last
Sunday morning presented her husband
with twins This recalls a little biography
of the family Just nine months and
twenty days prior to the biith of the twins
Mrs. Nichols presented her husband with
a line boy. and his father was so well
pl.'ased with him that he gave him about
a dozen names of the most scriptural kind
he could get ih'ce children .u less than
ten months. Bu' this is not all. These
p"i'-ents have been married about twenty
one years and now have a family of six
Siate Auditor Furman is preparing his
annual report tor issue in a few days. The
printing is c impletcd.
The Greenville Reflector notes that Ex
Gov. Jai'vis is still confined to bis room
from the effect of the runaway at the
depot about two weeks ago. His injuries
proved to be more serious than were at
One of the most significant features in
railroail travel from and through Wash
ington, says a dispatch from Washington,
at the piesent time is the remarkable rush
of passer.ger traffic to Asheville and Hot
Springs, N. C. It is so great that even
the excellent resources of the Southern
railway are taxed to their full extent, and,
considering the mild winter hitherto pre
vailing, the prilgrimage to the "Land of
the Sky,'' seems extraordinary.
The way to reach catarrh is through
the blood. That ringing sound iu the
ears aud loss of smell is caused by ca
tarrh. Johnson's Sarsaparilla and Celery
treats this disease successfully. Try it
and you will not be disappointed. Price,
large bottles, 50 cts. For sale by F. S,
LIMBER DEALERS ORUAMKE.
W-tnl to Keen I n I-rieex
I North Carolina Ilne.
The dealeis in North Caroliui i
j lumber in Virginia, Nonh Carolina and
j Baltimore heid a mteting at the Atlantic
j Hotel yesterday for the purpose of pi
fectini; an organization whereby i r a -would
he kept up and a uniform sy-ten.
Of grading be adopted. All the deaei
.in this class ol lumber were pres. el oi
reprc-sinted. ('apt. John L Roper, ot
this ciiy, presided, and among the first
business transacted was the appointmei I
of a committee to report a plan o'' org .tii
zation. This committee was composed of
Messrs. Teriy. of Stella. N. ('.; V. T.
Jackson, of Wha'ey, Va ; T. Tunis, of
Baltimore; Mr. Wimsett, of Washington,
and Mr. Fosburgh, of Not folk.
At the afternoon session the committee
reported, outlining a plan of organisation
somewhat similar to that of the optimiza
tion in existence some three years ago.
and which went to the wall through lac k
of unanimity in action.
The directors recoinmendet
first yetir, under the charter to I
for, are W. T. Jackson, S'. A.
Thomas W. Smith, Thoophilus
J Camp. J. W. Branning. John L. Roper,
E. C Fosburgh, W. E. Perrigorv, E. A.
I'e imclee an 1 Irving Truitt. The i ame
of the new concern will he the North
Carolina Dressed Lumber Company. The
first meeting looking to the present or
ganization was he'd in Baltimore on the
It is said that such an organization is
necessary for the preservation of prices at
which a profit can be made on lumber,
inasmuch as there is alleged to have been
wome. lively cutting in price- of late ou ih
part of individual dealers. The sole ob
ject ol the- present organization, it is -aid,
is to get a fair return for the amount oi
' capital invested in the busine-s, which
nas not ueen none recently, as one ot ibcs?
The present nrganizttion -tarts with
bright prospects of sucee-es in the din c
tion aimed at, accord iiK' to those in the
I cornbine. who were not over-anxious to
I give out any information. Virginian.
We understand that a committee will
confer with New Beine nnnulactuiei- in
secure their co operation.
MRS. LOFTY ASil) I,
Lolty keeps a carriage.
So do I
She has dapple grays to draw it.
No ae have I.
She's no prouder with her coachman.
Than am I
With my blue eyed, laughing baby
1 hide his face, lest she should see
The cherub boy aod envy me. ,
Her fine husband hus while finger-.
Mine has uot.
Ilfi could give his bride a palace:
Mine, a not.
Hers comes homo beneath th
Ne'er caresses she.
Mine crimes home iu the
And prays that he who
Will hold his loved ones in his ban
She has those w ho love her. Station
None have 1.
But I' ye one true heart beside me
Glad am I.
I'd not change it for a kingdom,-
No. not I.
God will weigh it in his ba'ance
By and by,
And then the difference he'll define
Twixt Mrs. Lofty's wealth and mine.
Mrs. C. Gildersleeve.
I hear the war drum's rattle.
The sound of hurrying fee;.
The r)ojs8 and crash of battle,
Where eword and sabre meet.
I see the war horse rushing,
With heated, fiery breath.
Where armed hosts are crushing
The foe to instant death.
Like loud incessant thunder
The murderous cannon peals.-
The shuddering nations wonder.
And earth in terror reels.
I see the death flame flashing
Amid the fearful strife.
While shot and shell are crashing
Through ranks of human life.
I hear the cry of anguish
From soldiers overthrown,
Who, maimed and wounde I, languish
In agonies unknown.
I see fair fields down-trodden,
And rivers tinged with red.
While, o'er the ground, blood-sodden.
Are strewn the ghastly dead.
In city, town and village,
The ripened growth of time.
I see most cruel pillage,
1 trace unbounded crime.
I mark the mother's sorrow,
I sea the father's grief,
Iu homes where no to-morrow
Can br ng their hearts relief.
I see the widow, smitten
With life-iong want and woe.
And children, buuger-bitten,
Who bitterest angu'sh know .
Oh why, in hate and malice.
Should man his fellow slay.
And temple, cottage, palace,
In smouldering rums la'
Oh war! accursed! abhorrent!
What wees attend on thee!
Ills lollow, like a torrent,
Where'er thy path may be.
Star.d, statesmen, in your place !
Rise, nations, in your might!
And a t upon the basis
Of fairness, truth and riyht.
In horror glancing war-waul,
We sigh, we pray for peace,
And cry, "O God, henceforward.
Let sounds of conflict cease!
Where'er Christ's name is spoken,
By every war flag lurkd,
And harmony, unbroKeu,
Prevail throughout the world!"
(Rev.) J. Clark, in our Dumb Ani
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Bruises, Sores, L leers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or i o pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by F. S. Duffy.
Able to Eat Anything.
Washington, N. C, Nov. 26 '95.
Mess. Clark Bios. & Co New Berne; N C.
Gentlemen: For a period of eight
years I have suffered with indigestion
and had to be very particular in what I
ate, olten depriving myself of the very
things I liked best. But after taking a
rrt of my first bottle of yourS. I. C.
am able to eat auything without tho
least trouble or pain.
Tnos. P. Howard.
8. I. C is one of the best remedies on
earth for Indigestion. If you area suffer
er be sure and give it a trial.
THE VII.LIIH'N THAT rRIMil: THE
I"i! ti ll )u a orn of the vale we cr us
ed. When hound were running; a c-nt
breast high; I
When the hunt was weeded, the skirtersj
An I lurf, like water, was flucling- by. ;
l i eie were h .rdly ten ol our hsrdeat I
Cou'd hope to live on the line they I
And out. of the ten there were the loll
W. il -w through the willows that fringe j
There was Hall, and the Master, and
iiarhc K' rr.
1 diners, and Hookc on the steel-blue
Waber, and l'eall, and the huntsman,
' hi a lug brow n youngster, all breed
and b. ne;
And Tom S:. hair on Sweet Kildare.
Who ihe best of our flyer brnl brought
to hook :
A" I I on in, stoutest, the cllftsuut
For I knew of the willows, and eke the
We had met tha morning at Norton
With a sou.hwest wind and a soft gray
Theie was a little of wind, but the air
w i keer.
And we were keener, to do or lie.
We foui) I in Ihe cmt, lielow the
"J'vvas ;i -tout dog f", and, by hook or
( l ook,
I meant t" lie then , though the pace as
Nor (nought i ) the willows, nor vet Ihe
Tiei- ii piini.-huig pace for the bravest
Though never a one but was bred to
For the greit grass meadows, all brown
:i id bare.
Weie toddeu and solt w ith the last I
week's snow, 1
The fines were few, but tha few were
It was leaping then, with no time to 1
And joti had to (barge it. and chance it.
Vmi wanted to-slav to the swirling
Each exipiioitc moment 'twas ours to
' A iitt.-time's sense of a strength sub
lime; While the shuddering thud of the thund
To the flying music in front kept
For tho fever of galloping thrilled my
And each thought of boitow my soul
As I tightened my grasp of the lathering
And headed away for the willowy
Our pinks were spattered and splashed
w tth clay,
Our bo its and leathers a sight to be
( And the song we might have been siDging
i To judge by appearance, was 'Wearing
' the Green.'.'
I To the deep-mouthed melody on we
; Small wonder if some of our steeds mis
took, Till we saw before us, three fields
The tops of the willows that fringe the
' A crash of timliers, a rattle of rails,
Aiida splintered wreck where a gate
1 For three of us roJe for it, heads and
And two of us tumbled the sods
Six that were left struggled over the
But the blackthorn settled the fate of
And we five set sail, with an inward
Lord, help us over the big brown
The Master got over and Charlie Kerr,
For the banks were sound at the place
But Travers got in it and so did Barr,
For both of their cattle were fairly
Where willows were widest I steered
S it bac k, though the snaffle I lightly
And the good old mare, with a yard to
J Leapt clean and clever across the
j Not a minute too soon, for the lox bi
And the hounds ran into him then and
So the race of Reynard was lost and
T:iough a stouter never stole game, 1
' Full forty minutes with never a check
(I looked at the time, when I'd time to
I could almost wish he had saved his
For the sport he showed us up lo the
'Tis past! out such, memories stir a-
Till our lile-aprings fail aud we go to
While our British race keeps its pride of
With our noblest heritage, horse and
To sport and good good fellows of all de
grees A liottle we'll drain from the choicest
: With u three times three to my lavorite
The good green willows that fringe the
Geoffrey de Holden-Stone.
( Woman ' Com ro rt ) -
CsedJ during Pregnancy and JConfine
ment, is guaranteed to produce a paiDleHS
and quick lalior. Price $1.00 per bottle,
at F. S. Duffy's.
WOMAN'S ORGANIC RESTORKR.
Restores all cases of Suppressed Men
struation, Irregular, Painful or Excessive
Menstruation, fl.00 per bottle at F. 8.
BROOKS' KARI.Y BlllI) WORM BYIIUP.
IMeanant aa Honey.
Never tails to get all tlie worms from
children, both early tnd late. 25 eta. per
large bottle at F. S. Duffy's.
The above three remedies manufactured
COTTON 6TTES MEDICINR CO.,
Fori Sale by F. S. Duffy, New Berne,
N. C. aug31 d&wly
All diseases of the skin cured and the
best complexion restored by Johnson's
Oriental Soap, perfumed and highly med
icated. Two cakes in each package, 29 eta.
For sale by F. 8. Duffy.
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of akin and blood dlanaa. An a bulldlnf
up tonic It In without a rival, and absolutely
beyond eompartaon with any other aimllav
remedy erer offered to the public. It le a
panacea for all Ilia reaultttur rrna Itnwure
blood, or aa lmpoverlahed condition of tha
human ayetmn. A elnirie botUe will deaooa
trace Ita paramount vlrtuna
trmd for free book of Wonder! al Caraa.
Price, Si. 00 per targe bottle: tg.ee tor ail
For sale by drtunrleta; If not aet4 ta aa,
aad medloiae will be aent frelcbt prepalS aa
receipt of price. Addreaa
BLOOD BAU1 CO.. Atlanta 0.
For Bale by F. 8. DTJTFYi
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