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JST ATM DAIRY HENS MEETING.! DIARS Of A TRAGEST. SWANSEORO CORhESPONDEWCE HETREATING INTO SWAMPS. T ' . ' , .1 '
6. t. S-LCCCd.
&.ns 9. CL. m m&mJ jam matter.
MURDER AT SCOTLAND NXCK.
ll-laher nocn(N". therefore, t
bop for anj lasting Unetits fpnn
the nw rm"d issue in itfiolf. FnW.
tbii transaction i sp.eli!v supple
1 ineuted by leciidf.tiou !ii,-u will
increase tbe regular reeeip's "f '.be
Tifasnry Department thn t iv.v.-.-u-ment
must oon Le bs k t where i'.
Mori'uv or. t In1 ov ern-
cannot no cm non'owm.
ffmreTr. Beside ndiiincr n the
Xarth CrKB"-.Uticp jortf no--- Kepoblic, every tri .vm-i ic
Mnti .. h- t)M 4rfansn-' th ; mN ftnoseouent n:-ro tt:ta-
.hioh cm l)niocrU ar iliiTin cult, an.l m time i j oat nr.-'
to lta lkaPnrolita fmni th i.T.n- ' Snail v ho reached where another
reoarset conilst ebieflr of the pro
ceed of loan floated nnon the
preMIt.Of fortifying the fol.l A Toon Man Kill An.ther at the
rearT0. -. . Knittiaar BXilla-Trial To be Held
Thi EepuUkfaa part? ha jnat
. ... celeb mad iU fortieth birth-day, tu4
from all aDDearaoce it ern to W
: ia talrljgcmd hmlta and read f.ri before.
' ' toiaM thU year. ' Juient canr
OXX o. Ua tajnerea pect vrier!j interest
"arth CaroIiE yolilici jn6C do i Kepubhc, ever
l:.:i.!-V . :
vpr IclL- t
i of the EpbJicii.
Ir thm irdiidI poetical 'josi
bIl;iifia"tJrr.cnnitcateU, ould the
Treat rleier lo a fr e-.iver
morfT In ibeir attempt to t
Democrat io part y of ort h t art: : l. a
Tn bfonswick Comity Rornib
licAna iq cmB(oi.luif deJarei
for Jtsdjc D.. I - KMl, 'r for- t !-
" fraberntorial nomintion in iho
... ,111 1LX- - --
' Tlia oDjrgtJixt of tbe a otieo of
church iu PjtjajlTo: to' cut
2ai ccrdt tf Wv. Jl to raiaa faada for
tbeir careh, iia'r he reHsroaa zel,
but it iLowaaiealwhicb will not serTc
U an food pa rpov Th ight oX
' woman eugafii to an oh work U lo
jradiaj, a1, a eharch which ram
qj ha fnarnUiued by ' such tun
It eoU SUte ta up it owi, , 'mpoiojc.
ua4 done, eppoaiu the a'tainttou
of aj Presidential candid t whv
Wim at not la axord with iu d-
claratiooc. thera will U itrtQsr
lotlV It ,th naxt " Xatioual
i-v-ae cannot xt Honied except .a' an
enorTnons expense to tb rrciiit f
thi uation. In view of tins conu
jer,c' aoy op;v :t:r,.i to the pending
KeTenuo r:ii t practically triaon
to the TeJf:re of the "Tv.te.l 'r. n.
X. Y. Advertiser.
. .li rl v .i
nit i. ':
S ,m u
i ne niHVur
1 ' ir- . J : I
v t- t-'.e News
I. v i i r 1 1 i : i -r :i
t !e ftKUr.Uill v
k t n . . r.i'.3
if r .nm tint; . ' .im c - !u Jilit
Ife l.i.! nr.-. spoken Hincv
itrurk liim with a pa'l.ile in
ri'.im of th-- sr.;:l!'i.' mills
ilitoen h'rirs before.
f.irhor i.f the stricoii :iov 1
:it f.r from his borne, lu-nr
HuOj.'xi'l. M r. .him
D 'II. i ! tl.".l with
i ' U.-k llu- U''.i
I ;i p. i iio'i;- ;
of i - .' !
:. , '
i. . t he
n e w w
Stephen Kllis, the eolored man who j sivlorabie length. Col. H. (.'nmeron,
. Tirr talk of Spain beiug tirrod
cp to eagge in war with th United
, bcato becauae of this conctry'a in
teret ahowa in ta Inanrgvat caum
!o Cab U perfect! ri-ticalou. If
5pii't cannii anbdue a fw lamr
nt in u.lfe of trrlnr a conWt
' wttt. ... ak nation ihf ) Pry io a very snbuwntin! way. whh h
United Sm prefKwttfOM. " ficucraily k uown. This a.is-
rar. men. arul money, whi'-h are
being constantly sent ont from rho
L'niteil States ani lndel in Cub:.
If thi nawt ii-bstantial ni-1 i? iK.t
cntixtiyo a lintorcsto'l charrtete-.
for the Cnbr.n. re giving lie.iry
mortgages 'or su ins auvau.
TUB CUBAN CAUSE.
It is impossible to know the emet
tatns of arfdirs rparding the In ui -ent
cau in C'ub:i, for the press
censorship which is so vieil.intly ex
ercised by the Spanish authorities
mattes all reports of battles and their
remits, wbolis- uarciiabie.
One thine" is ocrtain that the waj -.vorkini? in the dve room with ! president of the State A-ricultnr;..
Insnrgeuta are far from being over- .Tumes and who was the only wit- j Society, presented the claims of the
com and their cause is steadily j new that saw the whole affair was ; Fair, ana wished the co-operation of
gaining gronnd, while Spain is lind-. examined bv Mr. Olande Kitchen, i the association.
in it harder e-ti week to eoiunnie counsel for the prisoner. J he memoers oi tnc associaiion i
the coutcsc. iu her Cnanoes Are at n Moore was turned over to Oflicer j were most hospitably entertained by
!o ebb aod each new lo.in niake-s ' Dnen. wi' h a commitment to the'Cel. (;i:r. and visited with much j
t). next harder, until ; is n-w -aid ' connty j ii5. t" W tried in th- crimi- . plea sir.-. . the in;i-'iiit'eei. r t.ew .'-mv '
that f.irthr loans are i"40tie:rv rial court next week. a.'.d e..!i shiiML'f ai 'urt men t ;u.--. I
OtrWr JJuen 'ot the prifiruT otT compietcd at 'Ucc.-ueec.ee, 1 here
to jut! at on.v. Mtiyii svnipathy i ! is not-hing like it in ino S)uth, if ;
feit here fur the fam;!v of the vounir ! indeed in t his ouiinrv. Kvorv tie- I
as well as for ' gaiu-e and .'onvonience that money al- ' "
I..-. wr ... ...1 ' t 1 t-
miii iiiy ia pi u. iiit'i. xiii. ii"'i i.
ma: .')!.', and the room is wainseotted
in marble to tlie height of t ii ice
leef: the railing to the stair is m.n
iivc and nickle jdatcd in t'.tc
eoneechee dairy is a reveiation.
After a visit to the dairv, the as
i i 'W ii i jttm uniBBB-aav'nja a a w
,n "U M rcrsoaU ud Ota,v r rarcut Tore. Saio to Have Moved J 1 , WM ftevOfETi P I I 7"-
Ca,MlnC tbcViUae. S,thl.toad of Eastward. I ' MM - , V Jj
1 ('..in, :: . w. V;l. ; ;,. ; . . , . . . , ,. , iiv.am, :v:. -am ti,- ' SS-rv ' iullll ' "
. i- . j . .. 4 t ... t iii(! f'i"' 1 1 i ti i. i ..'' , t i i i . j i i t i i ! at m. m. i i.i
f!rm and VvcLi'.U-ni 'of tViV'U A.j.-hi'"- j J111-- i-'"-; -.in-. (., ..f t i,- ,k.h- ''''. '' 7...'!!"'' . rj..-,.. , ''''". "' :U ' (,'l'!' vi Y.'" W Wt '
M '. II ilieCk. n .New iH'I'Iie. hi ! Ml' ; -eie.ei was - "... pi.t-.y m .... vl iu , i i e ,,, ,u, u -x W i l I f ITCX7ti)i fWUMk (Ml V,-, i
!.:-'' 1 'f rM.,kS-:'K.Me! .'keiso::. ;il,d Obney ; .Iir. A. i'liuii.u. w!e 1i,h !..-,!, I .n-vhii-. (..'i,-. iV.t:, ""T j). fatCrfl ' J
i , ,, -' : w... !-,'.' t . ,.. -i'.-'.ni-.: Iltmns will l.aic XeS0 kW' ' I
ever :i th- ,e. .. u v !.,.,. . . . , j, i '."o p.. i is i.t ,irt ile ry wi! li it.
, ue k'i,,un lii.it v.. (-ii'i . i i (JiiC-,. r,,(J-' j .. , ... In a skirmish at I.i i'mn. ;'. p;..- " Vnt
j are risoner.s iu-re. owing !u : n ,i- . . , ... ,j eirn.,. ): . i , , ii f .'J MIHV "f Mai a lizas. all 1 ; isn it'eli t j HIV
Col. J. S. Carr's fine Farm Manv In-j Aiir.y Desoitcrs Who Died
teresting- And Valuable Papers Read
And Discussed at Lenyth- After
Visiting all Departments of "Occo
ncechee" the Aitsociation Adjourn to
Meet at Rockwell Park Farm.
;':o. I r. on :i - pi e:.il In li;e News an
:ti the i.'jsc i ' iserver we take the following 4
a sua 'i it on ' ditioiial par' irulars in reference r.
.:. re.i l to hi m charging i proton ion
. assa'dltintr with a deadly ! of infee'e.
and killinir James. The ! paner showing the feeding of a he
same witnessos who testified on the I of nine cattle for two years, and the
evening were called. Allsbrook and I product of nine cows was submit ted.
, i i m j. ii- 'i'i -.: f..t i
lira l swore ana suosorioen in ineir l.ie oucmioii "i aooiimu. eaa-e au'
writ en testimonv tt.e dav before. : reined v was d iscussed iilso at con
v.-:- '. :i i !; ,e.
Iv'm.iWI 1 ha l v. .
ire prisoners iu-re. '
I iug 1:1 of the luine.
ters, and was iu hu
t lie mine cav ed in.
j ; all gone. t. are
A one outside i - a w-i rr
i i ' i g
i w ! 1 1 g ! . i :
Foo 1 an.
1 i f o u r
. i (.- ' i -will
. Dr. l
, at his post :.S '
.veral visit. Ts h.
them w-iv .Mi-;
ia ( ongress re-
zaniine the recojrnition of the
Insurgent, as belligerents, indicate mati
that the qneetion is fully anilerstoo.i
by the Senate in all its pbaes, and
Tiietiicr this country actually givrs
pswititifo and open recognition to
the InsnrgenU, as belligerents, ir
cannot be doubted but that the
speeches wiii give great enconrge
mect to the Insurgeuts.
Uut WiiiU; uik i cheap, and may
be of more or less value to anv
toe, the Insurgents of Cuba are
receiving assigtauje from this loun-
i-.nou's. i :;is is a
'.N'oviMhber i. Juiiu Fwiug aiv.l
Tom Aekelson have just killed B.-n
Ay res, and -ire eating him. I have
already eaten my boat log. The
water in the mine is terrible. Our
oil is fT('t ( ing scarce. ;iir ! oomini;
killed A i
of his fe,
1 1 oi l f J'i
re that, dav,
's. S. .1. Saa-M.-nj.
the rood mother nnd
1)1 ir l',f r Moore.
'istors of the
isutii jlorir- ami .lames were un
der twenty years d age. and James
was the brother of uewsbov James
wtio was killed by another
at llobgood two years ago
m u a ie i . ;
and ! e.-.titig ! ia
u nil an.) lion r: - .
irk knife like a mania' .
"November . 1 am now
with the dead. I had to kid
in .self-defense. I have iu.-t ca
;' i I ..
dors, ("lim'n ( 'o. ( 'om.
l.'.-v. Dan l.'ei-l and V
and several otlieii.
'I lie I iii j 1 1 ; t church building has
commence. Messrs. Olive and
The snow last week was the
heaviest in many years. Ii was 10
inches on It-vet and 8 feet deep in
rift-, wit h us here.
t I ie-
MR. MB W BORNE SPEAKS
.T llijiiauaooa-alaiier fight
Io n art U hara-ended .the
pari i wtio ws paper talk, mn4 for g
eriag pabiic ia likelj to be tub-
'itetmi to i nrther pmragrapbj ooooe ru -
-s yote lUaicamoo-Corbett
cuueh. ' If tbca flgbU could only
h aet(id mtih fiU, on tbe aide,
iaajf4 f bf tilling columns in tbe
. Bwrp ftn ' w;th what tA con,-?-;
tanta nighi io, ereryorve would Lo
r Txv newapapera which hare made
. m tevailAaAT oaa of foreerr ia tbn
CAttef ol Prcaiddnt , Winatoa and
, ih Tmnhad Uairity preeou-
toon at? air Lata don Mr. Winitoa a
frrom iajaitice, aa a true and impr
Ul tciM'ilt of facta prove Pre&i
dat U:oata hsv dona not king
ia th way of forgery; bet that he
acted in tbe mailer .at became hu
aViH poaition. ad the honorable
repatAkica which h ba aJry
He ia Glad Jadg-e Ortkui ia not a
King-. And XJVondora What Meat Ho
Mr. -I. M. Mewhorne.
foreman of tin rv that
the lirebugt, ntes r
( 'aucasian . Ndlnws:
"In reni v ; n J ud ge (I ra
marks. I bin"
diet of tiie
from the first
M i tier
ui s re-
to guv: tliat tne ver
j a rv w n ii natiiinous
Tnt poll io offer of the Co!ai:
biAOGorernateoi to sell the exHa-1 an important si
making t'jba'a freedom from Span
ish rule a greater certainty, for the
help f:om this country for tiie tti
aurjrvnta wilt outiast tlwit of Spain's
abiiitr to provide menus to continue
tiie ooulast on her part.
If when the sinoke of war clears
awar, mid -'rec t u!j i found to be
! bound to this country bv a rioter tic
than that of patriotism, wiil not the,
tie be all the better if it means a;
higher civilitim and development .
of Cnba, under tiie guidance and :
widom of American leadership.
split AMorra satationlsts.
Tht withdrawal of (lenerai and
Mr. I'Millingt.m lkAh from tiie 1 nthlo.
Sitlralion Armv of America, and the' "o ' wh.t ki
Severance of tneir connection with
tbd SlN"on Arriiv in thu countrv
we ret i re 1 to I
makeup our verbid: that we re
tur'.ed what we believed to be a
rigl;teu'i4 oio a. lOrilmj to th' festi
loom i;'.hout favor or affection, re
ward or h-.pe of reward; that the ex
pression of Judge firahain which
was this on have the satisfaction
of knowing that voti have turucd
--0pJf CZ t!M Aal"
iii lhX eoaiitrf " fur
e n r .
cigrtte it: .
cext firw jwt: 6hwa to 'wbat a
extent th1 us of the cigarett ha
frmm. Th offer are for each
yam of tL fire, aggregating-, a total
1 mxW two aaiUtfao ' dollara. T
pay thit faa for tb prtTilegIoQe
. waald iadicate ibe raat trada which
ra"st be doneby th eompany boy-
. ic tk moDOpoi J. 4 :
'SXJtATSfiS OS KAJV. VBSB f
' Tbe laost difficult probleo which
await th Pniocntia C Nation!
CoQTwotfoB ia ailrer, and ita aolotion
U1 proaUlk of jno'mea magni-
Caiti. ,.":"' ' "'. ' i.' "' "" ' '
- Th necADt ot ia tbe .Howae ou
.theAiiw qaestioa offer nothing iu
it anilyaA which won Id iodicat'
acjthicg one r to- other, and t he
.LUiacc ratio paxtT aaa oetor it
problem which will trj the best of
' i'oting th rot in tbe Hoaa? ou
thi Question of free coinag. it is
eetk that Cftr iht Democrat"
robed for, and tlirty on aghisnt it.
Th looot distingwiahd champion
i trior aide were Irctnocrau, f.i
tteaaar Criap for, Bepreaeatati re
l a rear atpua.
(iraaticxr the abQitr of tbe lem
-ocrats Hatiaaal Qoootion to force
Urt? iIn':" thrtHieh, what kind
.of plank, will it be, for it mart be
raaienjoert j oai ino xtonaern
Democrat voted again free coin
ia tbo llouw. and thee aame
iieoiocrau will . on hand at th
, .National Contrition.
It ia no aerioaa q section for the
Ipob(ican pry, for th. party is n
atrongij acU-free coioage, li&i ita
leaden ca aaailj Lit dpwu a. aiiver
puuik'whirh t'ey tony regard moot
petitio for the party. '
The probieaa ' for the Democrats
to aolve will cot be oul Tone of-mea
urs-i bnt of peraoo, for what, leader
baa Ui party, who taliug opoa a
frx coinage platform can win rotes
frets Lh anti-free coinage people of
Li own prtj -
The aoond mouey men of the
PcDOcr-atw party are not cn!y im
I he cane for this split soeiijS to
h liirrAlv iin ,if ant.iTiir.im to ' -mpi... e
wards American institutions, if not mfn tn '"j- ,J
1 Ml.-ina. f.ir thrt fnvTSr vlt i w h.eh oiui -r loan .imra
I'ommanJer Hith and his wife are' believe
beM in Salvation Armv circles inlPP'r
America, is aurljciently strong to
prore that the Army's interests have
been greatly promoted through their
influence and efforts.
The 'Tod of iron" rale wbioh
eeau to h.'ive been largely the pol-
loose four v-rv gu.ltv tneu. so far
as I was co'iceri.ei. w;.a absolutely
untrue. An-i I he!. eve nns in
regard to the other jurors, i am
glad this grrio'.'. country, h i h its
gloriou- i'.sti'ution.s still lives; that
thi is not ,i re-alm; that Judge Gra
ham is no king, and that honest
juries wili continue ac-'Oiding to
their eoiiv i. -'.ions regardless of his
lUSI.itfc tO tliuiU,
I ,.( f ' iiatli iiiis t je-ar
f- 'list li; lidssronn -o .rii,v
in i i.i.tr; :
It.-tt : h:.-. i.n'! '.in-' go j
Mr one rnofr.'.Litf.
j 1 1 1
I .W llt.lllf U1M1.I.
(Iraham, anl I
sociatiori was invited to the training
stabies where handsome young
"Kremlins,'' "Lancelots,'' l'am
lieos," "Nervals," etc , abound in
the linest oi feather. Like the dairv.
. tiie training stables surpass in cle
who was ; jrHiK-r Alld tine blooded stock any-
a quitte l I thing ever in the State. After
' leaving the training stables, we were
: shown tiie sheen cote where we saw
100 to 1,'0 of the handsomest.!
'Shrops'aireo" we. ever laid eves j
(upon: thence to :i.e "pigery. Here,
reveling in hogish comfort, we
counted iift "Duroc lied Jerseys."
and sumo sixty "I'dack F.:ses,'' that
were licturi'S indcC'i. From the
pigery 'we were show i: through :l.e
In the broiier house we found ih"i
young spring broilers, and my! how
wo "tasted" friend chicken. The
arrangement of the poultry pens
and vards is superb: each breed has
v i : i g
. in v
t Oc-j other boot leg. Am sleepy, dood-hv.
1 inclose tins note in this iiask to
preserve it if possible, so that if
ever found o,ir sad. fatc wili be
known. Jiw.i'ii On.NAV.1'
.1-11 0'OlOl- i.,.?l- i.V.t, gl-U- l.,mrk
erauy i. iii-vou tn.u in ;. ic. i ucen :
killed in baric. As no relatives of j
the deceased m-.-n could .he found, i
their remains were gna n m charge i
ol .i..Jv i. '.-:!' tor inuTicoP
compelled to shut
f inability io g
Duck an i bird
Mr. Dm Ward
There wore t wo tires during the
..1.1 f .. l.' 1 w .
f . , i , iui'i .-nun mi,i i. .u i . j j . i a ibou s
' ln'J 1V8t,,1,M,tf I'oabottts ll(,USl! causr,)t iire on the roof fro n
tlies,. men. it was fi'en- ., , .., ,
j'tll IIs, O A L U .1 I I 11.' ' 1 II l" ( ;i . i u 1 1 ' 1 1
nit. before much damage wis dour
i.d' v i s day time.
Tho -to v,::d alarin was from the
: .' nimney or ..ir. l rcttyman s house.
jTiie bos were on to r in a iiiTy, nro-
i ter to
. ! 1 .V ! I i i .
( id. ; liiiis
o t :i in-
ii p: to . , t i hem oir.
pani-l: c. iumns wi
s of .n't ill- rv wit h it.
ii :i skirmish tit Li
viiiee of Maiauzas. an lusnrteiit
leader who was second iu command
of the insurgent force, commanded
by Felipe, Kodiigue., is said to have
Th.- men arrc-.te.. leceiitly ou the
charge of stealing ammunition aie
being tried here to-dav l.y court
tnartia!. 'Idiey ale being protecie 1
from the populace uv cui' gnaid.-,
a- a great d.al of bitter feeling has
been expressed against them.
Small bauds of insurgents have
appear. il at Kacuranao, Santa Fe.
and ' a! !. nea r this ci i v.
Toe I n -u i gen t le. .. i r i ii I ngi. .-; '. .
wh.ose real name is s:lj( to ;(. .!fn-,
i.-doy, or ( iulil . a nd who is reported
to he a native of Illinois, has been
brought here from lluincs with six
tcen c,t her prhs tiers of war. .Nine
of tie' latter a.reto he sent to the
African prisons, and the remainder
to the Isle of I'i ties.
The Spanish authorities are Irv
ing to ascertain if El Inglesito is
really an American i;ren, ir
The Silver Senators Attitude.
The certainty that no legisla; ion.
an ei-onomio. or partisan charac- !
iTfie comino Artist who knows enoufi
1 , C ft nAr-iilor-cnriinrl
lUjJdllll apwpuioi OUUJu
Tbe largest piece of ood
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
The 5 cent piece is nearly as
large as you vget of ofner
high trades for 10 cents
acconmlishcd at this
:i p pa let", t 1 .
LATEST IIAPP ENINGS.
i ! i g i
m i in ' on. .
iv it'-. 1; .-:
C..roi !. . -r. tl
and, was ai--o
the ( -.eif, he
one of the mo
of ! he St.lt i
D t'.'is i led a! i
rd-iv in .ming in Wil- i
'. . age i -even t "-s y
'-' i'epre-.-.--n! i .'i . or'.ii j
h' i. .hl'.-le. ate Senate, i
A ' t nl'll --V ( , e) . - r r ! Ol' i
:'.i'c Sf-C.-i. He W ,S j
-i prominent lawyer
famed for hi; oratory
its own rar
much wiser. I request ad
hieh published the above
to cony. " Kinston Frv
rVNERAX Or OECRQE pATIS
! Only One Member of Jefferaoa Davia'
ICT of the 8a!rntic-u Armv leaders in Cabinet Remains.
other place, wm not that of Com-i Wilmington', X. C, Feb. 21.
niander booth and hi wife in The funeral of Hon. George Davis
America, their policy geeming to bo I took place i tljis city to-day from
ne of "inspiriug love" for t iie I Si. Jaires' Episcopal", Churoh, and
canoe in wtncu they lanorci so , waa attended bv a larire otincourse of
people, including two military com-
f i tM V
m 1 !.! -.lt" 1 . , -i r
ii ijonimanaer noocn, assjmoi nv i panies ol w Incii .lr. iavis wu an
hi talented wife, eonrinne to labor in J honorary member. Cape Fear Camp
this eonntry with the same love and Sons of Confederate Veterans,
zeal for the upliftiug of the masses. J I idie Memorial Association, the
a they haye done, it wi ii not lessen. ' Trodac- Exchange and Chamber of
but rather increase the good which ' Commerce.
they are ftcr.ouipliehjng for human-' The services were conducted by
itT. j Hishop Wafson. assisted by several
The declaration of Commander Episcopal okrgymen. The death
Booth that "I ahatl never cease to j i,f Mr. Davis leaves Hon. John H.
be an American citizen. My heart . I'ucgen the only surviving member of
ia witli the American people and I 1 'resident Jefferson Davis' cabinet,
believe in American institutious, " !
will touch a ivmoathetio chord in ;
erv American heart, and however; uyrrnnr u niearr.
be may labor, his efforts will receive f- V, Ui'-r"S, i. i . , reo.
encouragement from all sides. According to news received Irom
In iL nnenhar hp tl the, N-ii va t ion i -an -J nan iai -i'ii. .icaigua. hu
Armv h4 Ann an.l it; Joiner .-i orP,r i uprising IS again
worif, anei anv aiseoni wur.:n u
anil wc saw ".uaaters
of the I'ark." prizc-wiiiners at Mad
ison Square Garden, that cost $-10
and ZiO apiece. The Light Brahmas,
Buff Cochins. Black Minorca?, the
Barred and White Plymouth Hocks,
the Brown and White Leghorns, the
Silver Laced Wvandottes, the Black
Sucatris, the White Crested Black
I'oliih, tlie cpieiidid Bronze and
ll V . : . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i . . .i.i.-i
" fee! -die hm. it
el I tl t 11 :S CO'1 I . '. t'V . 1 : "I.i
Her- saw a d rc if
; .-a fowl-. dre.--cd out. in
'urj'cGus planiar'e. t Ci-,-moks
thrifty around "Oe-
and our visit was a
and was nnivers.-dlv Iji love 1.
A fire in the residence portion oi
Baltimore, rebuts disastrously,
burned to death.
It is re - irtoi
setts dem .era
name of Secretary O'uey
Presidential noaiin ition.
The Texas Deny cracy ai j
on the ijiiestion of free silv,
Suite Deni-je.rati Cliairman
CC the wil l iil itlev nietl.
V -tt'ttlg -1 f'-Ho"" en
was. in ; lie night tunc.
The girls and boys did .some huge
snowballing and t he old foiks turn
ed out to.'., pinnine'iing r-ich other
in the f.-,cc and eves terribly. Even
i our .-Tine was r.!it ot tin- ooya m
'the fun ::nd he got a lick on the
, nott.io that hid him up, nodown we
mean and he (put sufficiently
jam u sod.
Mrs. J. M. Jones has. gone to visit
ston 0. congress.
by the attitude, of yenator
Carter. Mantle and Dubois. ,
They are positive in their st.i'e- i
ment linn 'ney win vote i.c m, tTii.i
which docs not Include a provision j
for the free and unlimited imagei WI
of sdvor at a ; at ion of Into.!
Tlii W It.
weal', n y peopf
Seven lives lost.
tii it the Massach u
will preseiit th.
. u a r
The association adjourned to
meet at Rockwell Park farm in
Resolutions of thanks to Col. Carr
for hia abiding interest in the suc
cess of the association and for his
unbounded hospitality extended at
"Occoneeohec"' were passed by ris
WE SAVED $20,000 ANTWAT.
. i :lli
on n try.
ranks, which aLul! hamper or de
stroy its power of work is unfortu
There is plenty of work iu this
ooantryfor both Commander Booth.
the evangelist, if soch shall be Ins
more, and for the Salvation Armv
as it ia, and it is to le liitw.l that
their efforts will meet with sin-cess
in their respectivo jit-Ms.
CoaJfedorato M aaa sent for Florida.
Jacksowii .i.i.. Fi.a... Feb. M.
rhc State of Florida is to be presen
ted with a monumdnt to its l oufed-
erate dead which will Ik; the third
laraest 'oufetleratij niouuineiit in
the South. The dote
i li : . i . . : ' .
pctan for the Vote the i.at bat nen"" ; U1. ' ,ai"" : 1 .' "
Associatron. Mr. Hemming is a
native of Jacksonville, and the
odt a liberal contributor to tlu
campaign fund, a well aa being
workers for tbe party.
How will the Democratic pty
act. will tcomaiit iU faturo u a
. aaenaore or tarn bjad, which?
imminent in that
Newspapers have been
suppressed, bat reports brought to
an Juan by passengers from the
interior are to the effect that the city
of Leon has declared itself in favor
of Baa, against President Zelaya,
and demands Zelaya's resignation.
Zelava considers liimself strong
enougii to put down the movement,
trusting for support to the conser
vatives and tin- friendly government
of Honduras. He lias discharged
ail citizens of Leon from his service
and demand of the city the surren
der of arms and luli bu'unnssion.
He is endeavoring to obtain the!
assistance of ev. Presided Zelava.
of lira'.ada. G re.-it exci tement pre
vailed throughout Nicaragua. esp"--iallv
as nios-t of tin- national arms
and aiuinunii ion are iu Leon. The
iilest advi-'Ci are that Zelava has
What Pxasidoat Harriaon Wat Willing
to Pay That President Cleveland
Three years ago. on the 15th of
February, 1893, President Harrison
sent to Congress a treaty for the
annexation of Hawaii, made with
the commissioners appointed by the
Government of the islands. Article
VI. of that treaty read as follows:
"The Government of the United
States agrees to pay to Liliuokalani,
tbe late y ieen, within one year from
the date of the exchange of the
ratification of this treaty, the sum
of t0, iK'O, and annually thereafter
alike sum of ;'(, ()0 during the
term of her natural life; provided,
she iu good faith submits to the
authority of the Government of the
L'uited States and the local govern
ment of the islands.
"A. ci the Government of the
United States fun her agrees to pay
to the Princess Kaiulani within one
year from the date of the exchange
of the ratifications of this troat c. the
gross sum of l.Vt.ui'i i; provide i,
she m good taith submits
v'u " v JiV
p '.te ou, c ..ne:.
i , I i... ,--veui : - .".ii I
.ai : et jrm. "
C'ifv cf lituValo. . V. i-
sutYering from a water famine, n '
enough for household use being at
tainahle, and damage from tires is
Edgar W. Xye, best known as
Bill Xye the famous humorist,
writer, died at his home near Ashc
vijlu on last Saturday.
Additional massacres reported in
Armenia. The people of that coun
try being eonv. rtcl to the Islam
faith hy force.
The Turkish Government objects
to Miss Clara Barton, of the Red
Cross Society, going to Z.-itoun to
Russian ne .vspapers announce the
arrivals of agents in that cmntry
representing tiie Anglo American
Company, with a capital of $.'5,0u0,
000, who propose to buy claims and
work the alluvial gold fields of
There seems to be considerable
excitement in Salvation Army
Miss Mollie Morton at Hubert.
dpt. Lee Smith left for the Fair
yesterday with, a load of little mul
lets, about .'5o.0ut in number in his.
Messrs. Pete Halseii, Henry
Smith ami John Littleton accom
panied Capt. Lee. Tnere arc mil
lions of these little fish beiug killed
here and elsewhere. It is a sin and
a shame We think, as they are worth
nothing, iu fact don't- taste like iish.
even if tiicy were clean and cooked.
The largest were picked out by
Capt. Smith and uuiicd to New
rair, l-air, fair. v- rvu .ely is
i. oiijg to the Fail' bat s and dou't
wo want- to go too? voii bet we do,
jut we tire under the weather sick
and crippled. We wish for good
weather for those that go, maybe
we will be able to go next time.
i I real pi e-'-aire o! nl
brought noon these
of i he mining cam,).- by republican
loaders and newspapers to permit
c passage ol some sort ot revenue
I This far they have been ob-
.f infant S
.fill c-h . ,
circles in this country over the
forced resignation of Commander
Ballington Booth, and manv Salva
tionists signify intentions of fol
lowing any movement which their
late cotnmuc.di.r might start.
The U. S. Treasury Gold lo sone
ii now over 1 1 lii.uunj'i o.
There is stiil no choi.-,. jo the
Kentucky Senatorial elect. ioti. Hun
ter leads the ot Ft candidates in
ia vi a-. I .
F. E. Wnoda-d. of
is elect". 1 a moriibei
i tile io. '
I t .
Iges "t ho good fail b'
i u oka 'a n i has sub
,r ago she puniicly
m-uinmctu, whcdi'ls to ct '2o,0.hi,
.vili he eret'ttd in this citv. He
?ervl in the 'nfelerateJ armi
during tbe war. and moved to Toxa-.
where he .icnii!iiiate i a fortune.
''he (.'onfeIera-e vt era-is f 1
1 1 : s t a i '. iiis
Vi ;a-r iep.
were up in
authority of t:
ment of u.c ,
mitted to t he g-
i meats, and ion;
i rc-nou need ali
( .ieveUnn s it hdra wal 0
treaty of 18t:L sh.c now jcr
forms her act of submission
without the ti'v'o.oiKj a year which it
awarded her, find instead of a status
of treaty distinction she occupies
that of a p:r-ioiicd prisoner, who
number nf voce
N'or! h ( '.irotiu.'i
of the D
Committee, to rei
Thousand- of p
I'tciiiH-.l on t he in
i i i c T 'i
I .... . lo-.-erv:!
i o.-enuig u
vet I lemon t.
riie genera! strike of Lithograph
..f the Ool
i he niiii. r-
ic-Artists ami l.ngravcrs Insurance
and Protective Association of the
United Statos and Canada has be
gun in New York City. Abou- oOO
d. -signers of advi-i'ti-titig-pie'tures ;;re
out and tWe.itvtive iiiins al'i.- lied
Death of a Goad. Old Time. Negro Wo
man. Editoi: -Jot" p. v a t.t Attic Lodge.
The Recent Happening of tbo Neigh
borhood. The severe wintry hlasts and
snows of last week Iwve departed
and the plow can ran again.
The farmer has had one week of
rest from active held work, even if
it was past the Middle of Fcbrua-rv:
We mean physical rest, the minds
of some were restive when proepeot
ing the growing, ? truck:
We dont suppose things are
sereously hurt by the cold, especially
since we have learned that a half
crop is as good as a whole one for
The snow was much deeper in the
western part of our county and in
Lenoir, than it was here at Bellair,
as we larned by the severe experi
ence of riding "-28 miles through it
1 Friday and Saturday to our quarterly
meeting at Bethany in Lenoir coun
ty. 1 here it was estimate! to ne
ten inches deep on an average,
while uc consider the average at i
i i. (dies here.
We must not. fail to note one
item of spcoiol interest last week:
The marriage of Mr. Goo. S. Wilcox
of Bellair to Miss ada Kilpatrick at
Lanes Chapei on Wednesday last
Feb, Pub. If Mr. Wiloox ha's had
t lie appoint meat of the time, and
i ne wviuhor, wc might have- expected
such a spell at hi.; Marriage. ;.s he
won":.', not have to lose any time
Irom work, as it was: there was no
lime lost. And Bellair gains much.
The cottage by the store is uow to
be occupied, and we all welcome tho
Bride in our midst. Wishing tho
pair all the happiness that is usually
attendant along lifes pathway.
Wednesday evening was a very
pleasant occasian a few friends and
durate, and say that if even one or
two of them should vote for a tariff
bill, other western Silvernien would
step in and .akc their placed.
Ono of these senators said to m a
I few davs aco "We do not consider
that the tan If bill is a sincere one.
We also know that if the question
of the tariff is once considered in
the senate with the peculiar rules,
or lack of them, existing there the
whole subject will be gone into
party 1 i n e s ana party
strife wili once more become ap
parent ami tne agitation which we
lave been carrying on in behalf
of silver will ali have to be gone
over again. Above all things else ou
earm we wisn to a"oia is a tarin
discussion from a democratic and
republican standpoint. Of course,
we have r.o idea that a radical silver
bill can pass both houses of congress
under present conditions, nor do we
believe that either of the two great
political parties will openly declare
for the free and unlimited coinage
of silver at tho ratio of 16,to 1, but
we do believe that this show of
power on our part will cause both
the democratic and republican or
ganizations to recognizo silver in
some fashioe so that we can justify
ourselves before our constituents.
This is the meat of the situation
from the standpoint of the represen
tative of silver producing states of
the west. Washington correspon
dent Atlanta Journal.
A ni. e p.
1 in..- k,
A I) ice pa r La lies B ilto'i S'i -Better
1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 . Lidie- D . .0,0 a B
Our Lid ics -1 (Ml Bu'aon mid La
be mattacht d.
THE BEST MAKE OF SllO.iS ON F R I II IS ZIEGLEK'S.
Z.-igler's Kid Button Shoes, opera l.e. Hlandiird pi ice $3.00 W
make at pair
Ziegler'g Kid Button Shoes, need!- toe, .-cmdard price 3.60 -W
make at $2 85 pai r.
TSF-OXLY ONE PL.VCE TO GET THESE PRICES
iieiuiiie.s and can't
The Big Dry Goods Bargain House
iy Second Door from Pout Oflice
. Sultan. Agt
1 1 :t
. nora iajujls a WAiramrT.
It im Bow Munuueq ot competent , 4re iillijenK- ?r.,t0f .
aatriU.tl-t the net reu!t of the .1Ui gift.
eurreiit hoed i9e will bo u clvre. --
th gold rrvt about tTt.,fJ,-1 The laimberton RoUoniau sav?
aval. , la 'other wwrd. tl old re-1 .-loae obeervcrs estimate that it will
' 1 1 g
. I llol wit u
aerv wiil Lave been heavily drawn
take 4.00) bales of cotton at
Tier pound to pay for the s:
fertilizers and addo'ema.
wpon la order to rwnlndih the ro1
- Trra."' 'Since" January' C. writ
hi fu. th. jaew tMd uu were &oogut m n:r
inyited, aboet J7HH,i0 hi gold . ithin the trad.
i a t io r
de of M iton tins
Kmih witV.lrin frnn ah fW-ui-1 ear. It Biurets tiie ia ilef ma;
. urf' of which aanx only J,50O,)Oilwhat the farmers of that i.eiglu-r-WM'Uketl
f'r export. "hAtthovJ rw tryiirj- to do. the othets are
" fcetM f tl a.oee i sppArent. trying to do thmu-hoat tine . otton
. - dNTotHkig eeold te-more evident I section, and that four i ji.: or -on is
thAO that th preount bond Lseae ijra the coming bre neihr
ATjother teaiporarv makeshift, for it j large crop or a mui, cr j.
perfociJj clear that it it only ; plauted, and whether tne prie.-s
natter f few wionthnat bet, a-jral high or iow, the L-hlt w!...
der eiiatinj tariff condition, when raise hi 3jpliee makes that his
the gold rtsarre wul agaia Im drawc ' rl consideration is solid, and wi;!
down tni another ond aaie become be better oil than ui ueighb-.r who
-r.-.Cta AN hilii Federal ax nen-1 relied mainly on cotton nf he had
d;tar exceed Federal reieoi it i ach a neighbor)
; ,'.' fwtKa TifBuurr lJTrt- pne oe nirn. an.i
M.t &LJ m-viinu- draft aeon .ow the man with
v i t 'fkM -nwirrfJL . will be indDeaJent. while the man
. i r,.l T Kx-lahoileDnndiOD Lnvinzhis supplies i hoep hate and
1U7H liinrfc w UII. V 1 - - i'. -, ...
.-Ksm ar not iolBcieot for thi uuf- with eotton ao.J at about the price
A Che.-.p Coaptots rertitiar- r.
A li.o t c -' ':;.. pi, I'- . c' -
toil se 1 c Kau.it i::! make
a oomplet (v. '" and of moder
ate cost if used in the follow ing pro
port i.ms i j form a ton :
1 ..'' i pounds Acid Phosphate.
JuO , " Cotton Seed Meal.
.'u. i Kainit.
Th acid phosphate should run
I f pe ' cent, available phosphoric
a 'jj, the kainit should contain li
per cent, potash, and the meal
should contain S to 'J per cent, of
ammonia. This mixture will yield
i-r oent, of phosphoric acid, l.38
v-r cent, of potash and '-J.0S per.
cent, of ammonia, which is but lit
tle lower than the average commer
Cuiniailr Wiuslow'a Cai".
j'he Wiimtiignu) Star says tl.
ca-e in whicc Conimaeder F. Wins
low and the State Xaval Battalion
are so much interested, and which
was to have come up before Judge
Sarbuck at (Joldshoro has again
been po8tjoned by agreement of
counsel until the Pender county
term of the Superior Court, which
meets at Burgaw on the first .Mon
day in March. The case has excited
much interest in this community,
especially since Governor Elias Carr
anj Adjutant Geueral Francis F.
Cameron have completely ignored
all of the Battalion officers in the
c.al fertiliznr selling for tidandtoO- I -Naval Battalion having issued strin
,yr ton. The ingredient and the ' g"1 orders for all officers to report '"ore
inning of the above formula should I uirect to neaaquarters, not allowing
sK-n sliutUn the
if it should b.-
low the man with well tilled bams
. .a ..iSitavt:. hv vr nnt. th of rauiBsr will be in a bad fix.
r.rf,miv alternative bnt! Ut aaoh fanner now determine
rrotiia lor theta at f the right oti which side he will
;-4-Arcf it iU command. Thow.'bn tartest fame comee.
t not more than 19 ner ton. and , the business of the Reserves to he
pfissiblv ieis. if the ingredient are ! referred to any of the higher offioers
carefully purchased. j a ha been the precedent, not only
You n.av have to mash np some ' the Xaval Battalion, but in the
lamps in the kainit, but both acid entire State Guard since its organi-
nieal are always miuao". a ne supplies oi me oaiiai-
tirie condition for mixing. By mix- on haTe al8 been transferred to
... v J 1 1 i . n i
ing With hoes OU a smoottl floor the , uariermasior ueuerat .r.,i.Keue
. ... . .. 1 T T ,1,1 1 1 " il X ' i
iiarren 8 nanus, making me avai
ewali, the wife of Charles
..no do;. .: to : t ,us 1 1 fe on l he
: u .ui "v 1 .s:io. .u ; o'clock
. we. U t-i li d Weil and
a.- I' . '. S. w ' t to oiuu oil
. U'o i he o i :; . e !j t of v'h .oh
siie was a faithful member, ami was
licing with a hope of hearing her
eider preach tne ioiiowing day,
Sunday, but poor Atlie was asleep
in death before sunrise, next morn
ing. She was a member of tho colored
Methodist church. She was a mem:
her of the Sarrow family and be
longed to old aunt Henretta Spar
row of whom so many of Thk Jour
nal readers knew and knew of her
em bounded charity. Atlie was a
faithful servant and has many white
friends who will miss her; but hus-
i nana ami little children miss ner
She tried to raise her cliil-
.ridreti right. May the Lord oomfort
relatives of t ho Bride from Barn
well, and the neighbors generally
about Bellair, assembled at the
residence of Daniel Lane and spent
a few hours socially with tlie bride,
We all enjoyed tlie ucoaaion and
wait patiently fnr the next couple
t--c ill us together in happy cou
gr.itulatives. There are more young
men iu our Midst who need wives
and there are more nice girls some
where, we need settlers in our midst
& a man can hardly be counted a
settler till be gets a wife.
whole may be rapidly and easily
mixed. Xf. C. Experiment Sta-tion.
JJattalion's complement of officers
her bereaved husband and children
and feel that their loss is Affies eter
nalgain. J. 0. B.
Stonewall, X'. C, Feb. 10.
The entering wedye of a fatal complaint
is often a slight cold, which a doee or two
of Ayer's ("berry Pectoral might haye
cured at tbe commencement. Theietore,
it is advisable to have this prompt ami
aure remedy always at hand to meet an
Mr. Sam McCleese of Oriental,
was in town yesterday.
Mr. G. T. Farnell is spending a
few days iu Washington City.
Miss Etlie Fowder has been visit
ing Miss Bertha Campen, of Al
liance, Dr. T. F. Jones has received a
full supply of drugs and now favors
our community with a drug store.
Mr. Lewis Daniels is completing
his dwelling house. We must admit
it is an elegant building.
Mr. Robt. Griffin of Edwards
Mill, gave us a call last week. His
old friends gave him. a hearty wel
come. Our Methodist minister, Rev. C.
J. Snow, requests all who are in
terested in home and foreign mis- j
oIitioiit tn rflmnmW mir crt'fl nil mnaa
meeting March 27th. J
Sheriff W. B. Lane and wife re
turned to their home in Xew Berne.
Mr. W. J. Arnold made a short
business trip to New Berne Friday
and returned Saturday.
Mr. Milton Prescott, one of Per
fection's most promising young man
who is learning the art of photo
graphy, is progressing finely. He
made a flying trip to Tuscarora Sat
urday to take the picture of Miss
Pennie Daugherty's school. He also
had other calls for pictures. We
feel quite sure that Mr. Prescott
will he a successful photographer.
Mrs. W. H. Hill of New Berne
arrive 1 Thiir.-d.ty to visit hor mother,
Mrs. ,1. T. Wetherhigton, accom
padied by Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hill.
Miss Pennie Daughcrtv of Tus
carora is visiting her sisters, Mrs.
W. J. Arnold and Miss Ada DaiM)
Ha ! somebody is all smiles tljis
week, their has returned.
Cigarette Sale Monopoly.
Colon, C. A., Fet. SJ. The Col
umbian Government wili put np at
public sale in the month of July
next the monopoly for ibe sale of
cigarettes. The concesion is to be
for the period of rive years, and the
followsnn is the price: First year,
iC0,o00; second year, 8390,000;
third year, 4i0,000; fourth year,
64-30,000, and fifth year, $500,000.
"inee childhood, 1 have been
afflicted with .scrofulous boils and
sores, which caused me terrible
suffering. Physicians -were unable
to help me, and I only grew worse
under their care.
At length, 1 began
Has gone West to Purchase a
Horses & Mules
Will return the last of this week
and open a Kirnt class Liv
ery, Sales t Exchange
Stables at lis
I T. J. TURNER
STILL LEADS IN LOW PRICES
He will have all kinds of vo
h'cles for Sale or hire- complete
turn outs as good a the bes.
and guaranteed Stock at low
Call and examine Before Buy
ing, jaid tf
Direct rnm thr M il N n i :t r . ( I
BEST ON EARTH,
& GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
la rjrr-t it n! 1 -t
JJf alw hsvo tin
In town ; Uonlit c)i-h and lf -Ll nt
at Itoci KotMin IVi. . .
My Rfook is nun pletr . my priVr ni r it- 1""
itq 1 1 littv.'Sf.
TO MY COUNTRY FRIENDS
My Stnnh-s ur frro, :ml mr hut m
and tt Hin takrn car' ! u hi h y on m
uttiacKy- You will do w'll io ht-r
ine bIore buying elsewhere.
TVjankinjr my many trlondH for their pant
tavor and trusting to rccoivf- your mum-
patix)uae L nm
V ry K'Sic tf ullv,
J. R. Parkkr,
77 BKOAD STREET.
Take tSlotice !
This Largfst Size Hallan Eock
ing Chair far Only $1.50.
Siiu'llrr Sizr $1.25.
I have Muvcd into my New Store
with a New Stork.
i : v
iiit . .
I INKS T
t l.riiuL'ln lo I'a-tern Nona Cm-
n-i.i ii . ( hp. I ii. .im mit., writl og
'an. V i . h k i . . e
!(-lt h..l' ll
an ! t i
. y- I
md, whhI n-bno,
( oi i. r uofln io
in. I n ill roll at
K') K If) I l(i! FIGURES
I'm . s i i.r hi. I' hue.
! and rxntniue our ock hfor
ia . vi . n .
in i. .".I. Mei'l Iihvi- prompt
il' I. Ill I'll)
Vnur- Ki--)pcI()iI y,
T. J. TURNER,
72 Middle Street, - K rw Born, X. 0.
Noih'nilettfir in tlie World.
Sarsaparilla, in; fit
very soon gro-w bet
ter. After usiiis'
lialf a dozen-buttles.
1 was completely
cured, so that I have not had a boil
or pimple on ;-c,v part of my. lodr
for the last twelve years. I cart
cordially recommend Ayer's Sarsa
parilla as the very best hlood-purilier
m existence." !. T. Hki.miart,
THE 0BXY "W-QSLD'S FAIR
Ayer's Qharry Pectoral cures C(Wbs aid Colds.
To 1I Whom it flay Concern:
That SCOTT A '(. liavi- -nel h new
SALES, MVEKV.S- 1 XCIIAM.K STAIII.KS,
lrKito Citlzen'B Hank. Tliolr cl.v.T Van:.
?er, Jirumle H.'itch, will nie-t an.i to :it ."ii
all right. Ite has just le'.urie-il ti.-ni tl.'
WEST with a line lot .l HORSKS A M I l.l-:s.
good workers and ili'ivi-rs, an.i ai snnii
Hue brooU Marcs, all of which will -oi l
cheap tor flih or negotiable i n i t
We rtefj- competition. Wc en suit yon
in any way that you may desire, fit In r in
single or ilouhle lea ns-sucl trotters ami
Call before purchasing elsewhere, oi
you will bfl sorry Unit you had not called at
SCOTT'S New Sales, l.lvery and I-'.xchanKe
Ht ibles. 'lee I'i tf
3. Mm MINUI1,
" Oommission k Wholesale Dealer in
Fresh and Salt Water
135 Eeekman Street. Opp. Fulton Market,
Consignrnents Solloltd, Prompt ItetumB
. Heference: J. F. TAYLOR, Now Heme.
" BUILT LIKE A WATCH-
Sco u before uupU(.
J. J. DISOSWAT Ml CO.
BUST iS? SNOW t
W EATIIEK STRIPS.
-A new lot .Iimt Ueoelved and ar rry
rlieap. Will nnre their oont la fol bill, to
way nothtiiK nr added oomlorU Will apply
them If desired.
J. E. LATHAM
l . t J . - -
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