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Prist: $100 Per Year.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Single Copies. 5 Oents.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. APRIL 1(5. 189(5.
-OUST BEEN TO THE STORE
SEE! WHAT I GOT FOR IO CENTS
;?VJJ) (3, W
.TheJarest piece of .good
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
- Jne ? 5 cent piece is nearly as
. ..large as you et of other
. high trades for 10 cents
.. ATLANTA Q.A. .
- m iMMki.
TarmCTS, hwjtn od Baiofiw
OCTBSR CCLTTT ATlR niTi lro Tutlh.n. Boinl ami In -i.l.vit.N
X Cnil 1 mm lilmtli Mx fWiw onrikT younir no-" i 1 w..in.-,i
t lor tnformlioa.j
' Ci7rhJ GtJXTiTAToa ml The
T for 3 1.50.
Of all the Cough medicines I have for sale, Piso's
once sold, it
fm.. I . Juae
fE., W. SR1ALL WOOD,
' ' UmderG&stOQ Iloaa, SoulL I'roL: Sf:r t, Nt-w Berne. N. C.
:,: full jirsjb: of
- General Hardware.
Ctoves, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
..('.': Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
. ' ' Lime, Piaster and Cement.
. DEVOE8 PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
- --. f.' tyPerODl Attention to the prompt and correct filling: ol al
rden my.3ai w.dow
' ; MoDaniel So Grs 1.111,
V- 4.-' .- Wholesale & Retail Dealers in
v..Flr.'Pork, Coffoe, Sagr, Lard, Batter, Checso, Syrnp. Molasses
. .---Vinsrft Snoff Tobacco, Cigars, Canned Goods of all kinds.
J ; . . . Tes, Bpiees, and everjItaiDg else usually I'otind in a
-. FIB3T-CLASS OROCEKY STOKi:.
-" ' JjT'We hare bong at in large quantities for cash and are prepared
- ?" to ell low M anyone. Country Mercbauts and the general pablie
will d well to get oar prices before baying Hsewheie. 'o trouble to
how good. -
' C table 8' Free, 47IBroad St., K .w Berne, N.C
WILLIAM H. HAYNES,
-.1 NTW Y0EK CITY,
Tsr th ta! tf ftutt tad Sasthtra Prc
V " tie. , Afmta UtirtA at all pod
rV C. L. VINSON,
. UkUlm OUmOpvoit Hotel AtV-rt
- ",.... MafB or rniEST QiALnrr
'- iaMlatoi - AT LOWEST F Rl ' ES-
. - is -Very iMImrHwito per pound, otlxr
- KXAJOXB OOa tTOcK ASD PRICES-
'V iimi. JU. m i
1 Fresh and Salt Water
v..e ..... ...
IS 2afccaa JSnMt. ,Crp.9aXU& Xarktt,
. XT TWXV
tm aotJeHad. "fYcmpt Bvrai
: . J. V. TAX LOO, Jiw.fiwaM.,
jlKlllli.t la IHI1
Ttir rrr 'gnlle'l Organ
nl Miitiurn Arfrlrultun?
anil Hi,' In tit-JrUl proi:
rfm of the Suitli
Ttio iirr.it V'arm. In-.
ilti:rlt an.l mots
Men liea.1 it. Sn.l for.S.itnpIo Copy
1 A nil ID
Vr t- the
Wkkkly Juibx.vl siit one
Cure for Consumption takes the best. When
makes a permanent customer.
F. MARTIN, Druggist,
Eaglet own, Indiana.
J. F. TAYLOR
IT FAYS to trade with a m.vi wli.j
keeps th - ( Hsh Register Svsteiii
and MY IDF.
.' reg -'. . r chee ks
lii j. .'ustom.-:' r
of amount of
mistakes an 1 n
IT PAYS to keep th
ks they ,
are reueeniaoie in trade m oiw
and ton dollar quantities at 2i
and 10 iiflr rent, of face value.
FULL SUPPLIES of everything
needed for family uae THE
BEST IN THE CITY.
A Rare Treat
Rochester Bock Beer, the Beat
ever old in the city
XKWH Alt RIFT.
In ihr Illy f F.lm ami Ylrlnltj.
Jnlhrrrt I n unit Hrlrtly Mnlril.
it lie I I HUH1
t .1; "-ili"U.
I r mi thi A. ,V N"
I T. ur. ay .it ' '. :.-! .in.
M'. V 11 It.- i k u.l Mm. I n y Am
: U 1 1- I . II l ll 1 1 ;l ie W txitie-' 1:1 v 1 1 '
I h .-:
II it '
iv cter re
J i e.
I r I
, ( let'i Oer.ilfl re-
i MUi .n to hp lie', I
A pril 2lm to '-'."id:
: 'mill, to i IV
ii.:i! c.tv A :. 7;i
' e i ii m n -.1 m
I:... II. I'er ol
'.,!. r-. ... i- 1 eo i i: o.le-.il r, ne, I the
o; e , i j ; i,i n w 1 1 .i he I I U .
lter Mi l itw, ..I
Tin1 Ni ii rur
...,L, ,-e , ,. ,
niner J i lie i
1,. ht i. u-e .it No t
h' I. oil e ; iioa
I he oovpi iMieut
if ! u toe u in k. 'I i e
he-t I'.iiut wi'l re-
Oll 11 tile I . I I I I" ll I.C'V
, . ; e .-1 ic ii ni . n
OU . Ut lit 1 1 1 . ' - '.IC".
llo.ir I ill mnii 1 1 r ! I lie
en 1 1 ni a I ;i I'.- 1 1 run n z e
it ii ii. I pre-
i;i:. lo ei I. rue it. I.-, I lie w;iv wli ii
ha- ' ;ee nl I
tli.il h.i- in tiH'i.
Ne -v I! r'ie oninm Iter
i :e' i him nry ( rk of
ctnb i h i n'jt .i h. pi' 1 1 i i e i e
W.';if ll.i cor: r-p 'ii.li rce in m othii
C'lliniui by uliieh I' nini iiuUr Win-lnw,
!' i he N.ial K- sp ve Hattahon, letires
r 111 tin po-ilimi. I ii -it rreiideri!! the
otli e leexpr s.;. u- warm inteiet .-till
i.i the lit-: rv.- wh.ch I ! has .lone so
n u.'ii to i ii I I i.p n ih.- t'.tale to ihe re
OiTiiiz i . i.e. ii 1 "ll '!" i lli en it r. .ii he.1
-) . ir'y u :il. r h.. eh.ii'e
1 he wurk ol rem vie olr' ni tion-from
Neils.- I'.vrr '"nl deeiem-! the L'l.anue! be
, iwt'.n K iii .ton ir.il Vh:te Hal! is now in
. pr utrcf... 1 ..e work be'n ihe first of
l. e wi-ek. The -.'line h -h-u r is u-e I ih.i
'uasat ..tk l lie pr-io t- uk tiikioir up
' the piling fr .in t!i- ..'.I A ,t N. C. . H.
1 .Irmv h i e in Nc''. II -me.
A n..rti,eni I.tliol.ft church ii heiiii!
ha .t at Morei.e e I . ty . m a c rner !o a
It'll. It 19 in t o p'.r'iO". ior lonven
1 I. rice in Sa'iba. Ii si-do. 1 wo: k ami so a. i
1 l a.l .ptc.l to 'inr.je . t sum! I ciiui;ri n . 1 1 n
i U if pottion i '2t'.J6 f.,'. ti e . th. r i M
i lo t i q i...ie R. . .1. S. Purinj' t. 1": . .i :iu;
' K. . I. i : . I rvi- i In- ' I ui re 1 1 w ii n lit- . I it-
! ..o no! can Iiiin el-eA in re.
M- ll I. Ilutr. reta ti
f p b th
11 .ur 11
; 'itton. N. t '.. f ur. lay,
tw.i. -ay !' tore. I Ie a. . a
a - 11 in t ;. 5. . H : -w,
r" u r Ii. ur -. di .'aTi P H1
-. v. i m:!i - -1 r. ! h t - 1 e l
vra V w... : er. I 1 .M '
m i!t s ( )ue
ro 1 I . 11 I i
Dell,' In an
1 air and
Lit s 1
Ui iVv. , i 1
li - b.oth. r Mr.
t r. ' ti 11 u ih him.
nthrr i;oo,r firy.
T!-c Until r (i i .-e m.uket lrtt niht
u i- i very fii.-cea' n! tind ei.j .ruble all'iir.
Coniai.Hfoii. Staiilv Hall had Ihcd well
I prepar.d fir the Decision by the erection
of seven bright and lusty booths, to say
i nol hinr .f I In- lai; sho? which was the
; li line . f the won. an aud her thirteen chil
s t ii in. s t r '. be em i'i! wei e v er
1' s i.'i ii up. a. tin u . .i kuo.v n .M. 'tin r
ov i liarailel U ti t.i iy r.in.StU-
l.llll iv .
I, . p-z
I o' io I
d, a pi innt
on.' that fTi..i!e
i k Hoinei'.. pie,
d t . i.i' rrtineut
.U.l I he . .-h :. C let-.
Ti e chai". eieix r pr. -. i Ie 1 ic
..cros .he i.re ii.Hltoini. Tiie
.,ii. i i lie sintG- weie a t .1 appr. etuteil
aud the total retatp:- cre very s.tis
Ahc.u' fToii w.i- I, ken i .".
TIIK IIIDIMI Tit I li KOI'.
H ill l.ikrly 'ot hp n. l.nruo a, I siikI
kat thf Oulleok In 1'niornblf for ll
Belojr n lyitK One.
Ticck i. not quite ii- far a ivanced as is
usual th - late in 1 1 , . s.-o:'. and n some
nl the . ro; s iherc wd, not ! a lull y:-ld.
Tiie piesenl too! a d . ry sp -V i- against
them. lieveMheh-s, s. m.- of ur n.o-1
mt.'ligent and t-e.i p.-tidumk is view
the -itintte.n m a- g..nd .p r;I- as they do
' almost iiny y. ar. Thev auttc'pa'o a p..y
! it:g crop fur I he r- a-mi 1 1 :it lie n- ha.
I e n no killing eld wejiihe-. th . xe.qi
li .n of trial w 1 1 1 , -1 1 e i . I it) Inc-pea crop
, lartin r Sou' b. ami .n . eii'-eipienie they
, . xpe-t Sava ii:,.!i. C at! st n. Xe Berne
...i.i Nonolk to cme m r..ialioo ac-coid-
ir-.g to th. ir nslura'i eider. S uit ve;l,s
this order i- br.-k. n ni!.. l-v au arlv
piauitd crop b. ma ki '. e l. The 1 1 planted i sav s-
crop . f la' place aid Ine in- next; There was a big bail si urm tlnmigh
art... K N'onh .v. illii ih.en i.e in d insri-r . section Wednet.'ay afternoon of last
ol' maturing and 1km n g ma i ke I .-d in Coii.-.e.k. The track of the storm w,.s about
pe till, n
I iK-curs a
w it n e:n b
break in pin
other. When ll.ts
Imo-t .lire to
-oect ot i,o tn o
c m:i g :u . oi:l'... I t. ..- year i a Ci.u-e
for i ongnii i ! .tan .
P.a- I., :h . uth
v.::. 1 11 I n : : i
Ni w I'.,- n- a N r
w Ben e w ei e
I. Th . g ves
e-a- . -o'elldd
J. I . I ungrrvulonal I ulilrti.
Adv :- . . ir. :r. W ..hi::gt n April 7th.
-iy-: The llnii-e comniiitee on eleiti"Us
No. 2. to i .y decid-' I Hi .- .o.'ites ed case
of Chea ha n ng-iin-t V.'.lard from the
St-mnd North t irolin d.-tuct in av.ir of
Mr. Who imd. tie S'fiiig ne no. r, a
)imocr..t. Tin vo'e was uniuimi us.
"It was de. I'led to htar arguiu.uts in
the if" ot' Tliomp-ou against Smw,
fro in '.he Th rd N.'l'ln ('.rolina district,
on 'in- i 3 1' :"'-' .nt. 'Hi 1 the i a..- of Mat
i n agi'i -t I. .-Kb .:t. from th" Six'h
N '-th Cur ,: .1 "!::. '.. "ii the t'dloiv illg
...iv. Ao .i i lib.
The I ros Ponil Drain.
XI. u.irL- il'i Tii .!-.!! en eli li n e i r
rv ot! the vnter trom the Irog pond is
progre-shig tuce'v. Its cou-t ruction was
begun at the mouth ot I.a.v j.'u s creek
the f.xt ot B.-rne -tic. t ami h is now ueirly
retched Pollock stie.t. '
The littecu iueli pipe will ,, iickly carry
-f ill the Water tint i ili- ar.d the drain
iv.ll U- i ;iermineti! mie nee hug o r-
pa rs. I; wi.l have , fa'i ;ind of 5 55 teet
m the di-t ,iK'c it ri:n ,.r 1 5 S4 fee", to
Tiie deviicst p.-.rt of the eirnin will be in
front t tho en
ilored v.uthoiic church. It
, will there be 12.10 f. ct d-eo.
hen tins dram i els completed wc
look f..r n . more trouble or expense from
the fro-' pond.
Tiie drain which conveys the water
'rom Moonshine alley to Liwson's creek
I t I'U' 12 iuches but it nas done its
Tho way to reach catarrh is through
tbe blod. lliat ringing sound in the ears
and loss of smell is caused by catarih.
Johnons Sarsapariila and Celery treats
this disease sgcceseiully. Trv it and you
will not be disappointed. Price, large bot
tles, 50 eta. For sale by F. S. Duffy.
Ol R TRAIIK Willi IIVDI (III I1
Conld hp trrntly hn 1 1 1 n hy St-niin-r
Ollimnn lent Ion t a I he Ail vmi I .'
Roth Plurri iind I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 o I'roltl it
flie InifNlurM In Ihr K. n I c r p r I we
em'y :- n
lie ! r
t lie nil' ltuin n it!) tie
ci u '. - I
1 i ! C t . t
on.- nt" t i ie in
I" ' 11 11 i i I i V v
lonJ te't the!
in 1 f e
C . ei t i i ii
i : i u i i : . ! i
i I if.
e c - t
i" - -t. i
.p. t.l,. ti
w ; 1 1 1
. ti :
i: Ml .
lut'i.i 'L-e M ''e i .ii-.
i -i i it - to I't'o ' e t ... . ti'-'.t i
.-till! ll. - ill 1 ' -, ' i II
c X I T 1 ' . !! ."Nil ' ': " H '. .i
1 I i 1 1 t 1 ii ".e i . i ' UU IHl
tkra.crs, iiU'l wiiere llii is the c.
inieiet uou'. l ineline tint mini :
pat mi i -
ize the ' iiril iti u hii li Ie
' limit, r f it v er ..n'.
ovi r friei.l u-i 1 t.- u;ih
a' o .viv r- ' ' t i hi.: '. i u
Lttve ihei i' pati i na 'e t t :
eept as t hey n ahze 1 ' ii :
in a not ie i . !iri ct ;o i.
'I'n s thin.:- tire to in
nin'i 1 1 i iee - a.i .liiti :;i '
n :ir. n -t n
III iU :n r
'.'. hut. ex
i ill' i-t 1 , '
ci :.: i re I. lint
ll- l; tin ii and
thef.il t'..f. ! a.. ..i.iin- nl t tit nclit li .
based upon tiiem we felievc t h. re is a u .. ii
op.imi f a' steamer service between Hyde
e.iiuity :.nd N. w Iierue riu h a .-tenner
woual emiiin iiid -.inie patn m iite troni llip
v. rv .-'ait. -.'! I i. ihe people h?a m t
i.e. ustoii.ed t i 1 1 1 e ipiicker tr .t.-portali.'U
au.l le enexl dan.', r of ilam-.ue to 1 1 1- : r
pro.liu i. in I r ii .-poi t.,t:i m this iirm) isf.
would I'u reii-e and -t tin. would 41 ail
ua'iv .1 -pi n '.' the sail 1) nits m -I'.' an 1
moi'.'. lo tin' urea adviiitilLti , f Hyi'e
county m d a'l its e..p'.f. M.neoser it
would n itn'iiV In-aihaut i'e ni- to Hyde
c.'Uaty I' Ml H Would h 1 11-llv hi neli iai
movement for New llenn', l"i w 1: h ihe ens
itr CiiinuiiiUic it i"ii wli..h W i-u'd 1 onie. a-.
111. re.-e of th- Im.iti.'s ne n-w '.joy w.th
Hi at e - ii Nly wi u1' I p i we! i.
Arr.dPDt to .lr. Jnme Keil mon.l.
Tiie iii'iny triei d- ol Mr. Janus Ked
; mend will ha.n with r.-ut ol a serious
accident to him whiiii CKiui'id Tln.i'-diy
He and Mes-rs. T. A. Giecn. ( his.
K iz n-tein and .1. A. l'att. r-on wire on
tmir w heels Mr. lweilinoii 1 on hi- tricy
cle, thi- oih - i'ii their hicyclrs. On the
intii a 'a n:z ( ro ,d a little h-.". . md Jai k
Smith's i rei k bri ' ire. while they wire ail
.."in:: pntty rapidly. Mr. ! diiend in the
lead, one of the w he. Is of bis 'cycl'' t: d
into a in! Cili-iiiLC it to overtiirii. He wn.r
ibro.vn .idimtly to tie uioiii.d, jail'id
i.ri'.blv. bis forifea 1 cut .i.d b:.- lefr urm
-o si eriy and i or t.i ! iy -pr due. 1 that it
na.- t 1 tved a, tir-t to U- broKeit.
In a s-'i 'it tiin Mr W. C.
W'.i'el'"- Inu'Ltv wa on the i: r. mi mi
nn I Mr. He In on l w i- ni'eh.:: place 1
m it and brought to II ''el A bert win ri
ins wound- weie die. e.1 Iy I'r-. i '. I) ;lfy
ar..l Ii. S. l'rinif se. '1 1 icy think no mlm.
are broken but hi- arm w:i. -idinterd and
tiaud.'l.itvl ail 1 phi a d in a- e isy i
po.-ition a- coul 1 b. d nc.
Numbers of Mr. He lmou ! s friends
c.i'.kd at tiie hotel to see bun after the
accident, and the hope is L'tmn! that the
'Djury will ijive htui little trouble and
lliat he will ioon be goinc; ufoin.d nt:iin
as cheeif'ul as e t r.
I.A4 III.A '. VANS. JU.
The S n y n n n H ll Spm Slronlv t oin
pllnirnt a Nrnion hy this Yontitt
Tiie many friend- in this community of
Rev. L. (.'. Vass and family will learn
with pleasure of the promise for a u-eful
an er in the gospel ministry which their
in I-a.-hlan, a native . f this citv and
. who h is lieec -tudying tor the l'le'.-liv te-
r:an mini-trv. IS .leveloping.
ivauiiiih New, contams t'ne
"Ilst evening Mr. bach. .11 C. asj, jr.,
prcai lied at tl e Fir-t Pre-by teri .n cbur.-li.
11:3 subject Wiis "(.'on ve rsion ' anel he
baud led it w;th great free and . tl'ecti ve
il, ss. YouDg '.iss i. very e ruestami
i.a'Ui-.t ' lie i. aniiliated and full nf uc
1 1. Mi and i loi s not ni'itine h:m-e!f to hi.
U"ic-s. He walk, ca-ily up and ilo'.vn the
put pit and seemed to imd h.s c'onul'egii
tion v ry easily for -In mliares. Hi.
mum er is gmj ., hi- styie attractive, and
he proved inm-elf a verv tin nt and force
ful -peak. r. Mi". Ya- ce.tiii.ly made ;.n
. xeelleut impres-ion upon the people la-l
i.iibt. We should say he had a tine
future ;n his vvni k.
HiK llnil Slorm.
We miUtiOiie.l a ree'-nt had
which readied the upp-T p .ni m
e. uutv. The Kuist ui Free Pies-
I th mst. glv.s the news oi v nut it u:.l
m that direction wlie re it w a- mm l
I venr than anywhere do-vn tins way.
mile wt.ie auu was in iu-utiiie. r uling
Criei, V auce, . e i' K iliv I r-ant lii.i lown-
rhips Much damage wa- doi.e to or-chaid-',
"A great many windows were broken
ni'. Mr. Shade Fields, of Kmston. had
115 window liglps broki u out of bis
house- in sun 1 lid! town.-irp
"The ro I wa- I.. in . if a to! ac-.o barn
of Mr. J. K. Tuitiiig", in Iu-litute lowu
'Mr. I-. J. PiUghcty. ol Clo--, bmughl
it- a bucketfu' of lad stoiiis Fiidayat
uoou, and though tiny Had fallen niniiy
two days before, some of iliem were siih
ns big us large marbles. The h ail breke
llirmi.li hi. kitchen r-a f ami In:
oil window lights in !i!s re-.ileiii e.
great many window lights ;u the
boi hood were bi'oken."
Assault W I b h l n i Ie i n Jail.
John McCiay. the negro who a lew
month- ago ma'.icio1! -Iy a-. aided Mr.
Wi'l Emmet; and v. h i- now -.rving out
a six months term in Ci.,veii cou-.lv j.d
coimii'.tie I :.ti ii--.ni t with a oea liy
weapon upou a colored Inlo.v p:;s..i.er
named Join 1 homas Ihur-dav.
He wantonly prouk.d Thomas ur.'.a
he made a reply to him, then begot a
kuife from win i e he had ;t coi cealed and
slabbed 1 bom is rear the n-. k, ittl cling
such a wound tin; it bid t- be sewed up.
but there is i o danger from it.
After the a-..iu'.t McCray ii d the knife
, in his slme ami de.iied li iving one and
eren whin search revealed it in it. bloody
condition he denied Using il, s tying h-
struck Thomas with a .-: :c . Ni v.itliltss
this makes another i a.-e fr the higher
cou-t. a preliminary examination was
, held and his bond lived at $o00.
0tb r Mr"" ' S' '"y- Hthcr.
! Mrs. Charles S Bryau of New York
: who has been visiting her father-in-law
Mr. James A. Brvan of this city, left for
Augusta. Ga.. Friday nioruiiiir. being
summoned there by a telegram arinonnc-
ing tne atatu o! ner tamer, .sir. tnanes meetings ot several weeks duration each,
McWhorter. during the preceding uight. in the seven churches he serves in that
Mr. McWhorter had been ill, but ( locality,
seemed to be recovering bis improve- These meetings will be gin in May. His
mentwasBiichlb.it he expicte.l to come carriage factory business in New Berne
down staits the neit day, b 't a sudden I will go on as usual under the charge of
attack ol heart lailure soon resulted in his j his son and partner, Mr. W. H.Win
death. 1 field.
' COW KMIit.N
Will Meet in Hal-
' () Tills S I it 1 1?
June '5lh --The
o Come Before it
I'roci'f l I ol Ihe Firriilivi' 'oiti-
mii lot- I'liuiie in Plan nl l:ir(.v
O n ii i r 1 1 ion M i it ri I It pre ,ni t ;i .
lion Other Itnsinesi.
'ill' I)-.-!i-i litir e i-!.pn,,i:i i'i X 1 1 1 1
(.'.ii-. . s.i.iv i.n.v I1 - t il to ' , (.pent-i.
Ii.. S K i il'.w Ci'lll.liille x-Ki.n
it Wee .h . . 1 1 t;. '.eh :l tipii'ml '! tl'.o .ial.
;n. 1 ;' . n! i !i.. eo ivi I) i.m. v!i i:uo 1 til
p a . i t r-ii;i.z ite n s a- t.i
ie :n i: i ' y 'ii relt e-e tat i w- in ;i'l
:iii i i r I'Siii ti d o' hi i b.i.-ine-s
'.. : I.e i mi i net i d' ihe cu r p don.
To - "-tat.. Con volition wa- e. ' d to
: t !, K ih .J nr.. 2:!!. It wiii
ii i ' i . : : ; i " i i ii'idid i'.is tor Govern -r a"d
' Ie i' ate illii ei-and '.resi-1, nt 'ill dee
uati -.1-.an' . It wiilV.-o electa Mi'.te
Kxecuti '.'o Co mill i I tee. lieit di legates to
til'- National Dem. cral.c conventloii
and t' .nsii-t . ther bii-im-s (otnii'-'
.f-.p. i ", h' t'if'' li.e iceeiinir.
Ti,.- commute.' cbinjcd the parly's
p'. in mi oi'iiaiiiz.ition so that niiu.irity
represent it :o i will b-' niveti in al! eon.
vpn'i us. i i:.nj1:!)j i, ;,.. town-hip.
Id.:, i. in i. novation which the 1
Si it- Co:: v eat ion diiei ti .1 lb: c tinihi 1 1. c
tomike. The committee ids i m id'- the
pr. i nn:; th- uait l orumiz .tiou, in-tead
I ll- town- en.
It i- - ,id that soa p of the. i treme free
silver men held a secret conference for the
niiri). se of s peine; what could he done ti.
t indu:e Hie pnpuli.-'s to co-operate, but it
was a iailiiie.
The I'rc-s-Visifor piihii-hed a list of
those pre-ent who ;,ie kmovu as l';.oUild
n;oil('.,'' nan. mem ' .ei's i it the c unm i ttee.
Tneip were tc i ntcen in ihe list out
A I .rue in i . j rity nf the committee ar-
!ec! .r. d lo l.e in fiivi.r of t lie fr. e colu.ee
of si iv. r and ihe News and Observer sav
t he sen i bin nt .-ee ns to autur the adoption
ol a rtuMiii live silver plank in the pl.it
to n; I i lie adopted by th- Stale Con
Tin- metin was liainii uiou- and the
discu-s:ons pioril iii-a id the committee
a. ijoui i e.1 .villi the b .-t of fe-Hnir cxisi
itiej il.iidll the melll'M IS. ;uld the j;eneril
piirp- s- seein- to lie for Democratic uniiy
and Deiii'.. ratic -tiitce-s in the coming
cam pai- n.
Tin- .ii-t u. -'on of a'l questions in the
n eetnie; ol tne committee was fail and live
ar.d tin- in em be -3 expressed their opinions
a? to ihe situation at lenixtli. There was
no limit to debate and the meeti'iij lasted '
nutil three o'clock in the inornt"-.
Tlilooil H ii n ( i nit of t he Season 'o'
Knilin-Thi1 Sti'nnior Slalion Ke
The soun 1 a. a' d n ': (' ..r .ke !i ..
Inpii .piite a res ir: ;..r spoitsmeu the past
winter -mote s than here-to-loie. i.w in '
p .rt.ali . to that r. ':.'i,'. having sprang;
;uto such promineu! notice from heir:;
n;a ;e the lie-a. ijiiarter- (
nil li tint : r.
( !e . elan i an! party while on ;
AmoniT tiie i;cees-'ul hitnt.r- were u
epntieniiin and bis u i e from Pnihtde'
p li in, whom Mr. .1. S. M.nix, ;ireitt at
New Berne of the Y . N. ci N. R R. t-lls
u- of. Both of them were good shots hut I
ihe lady was the I et er of the two, being i
alee to diseh irje both bariels of hir gun
at each opportunity and bring down game
almost every time she tired. ;
lie-ides the gams . which they used;
themselves and gave away locally, they
were able to send quantities to their imr- i
t hern friends. Tiny sent orl one ship-'
meld of three, hundred pounds of ducks, 1
gie-' and brant of their killing. i
The new station of the K. C. D shan-!
1 ship line at Oeracoke alter -it w .s csiab-
: h-bed the past winter, nave oo. d means ol
reaching there. Ithadbieti tlirli.-lllt be
: cue uexau-c iiivic cic no ooaes icuiaii
running there except by s.nl
The siatloi. will also make 't good and
o u veiiteiit ! ir ,-u inner visitors lo get to
and fro n Oeracoke and Portsmouth ir.m
citber New Berne or Elizilieth city aud
we expect that its fStabli-hment will re
su t in the hotel at Oci'ai'oke gct'ing
iiiot'e patio, age fro.n b eh ends of the line
tii..n it has ever had before.
IMPORTAVr l'BA. VH rtRY.
Six Tlionsniiil Kpaniwh Troops in n
I'rtiiie early a Thousand Killeil---Sloren
and A mm i'aplnrcil .
The report ofagre.it Cuban patriot vie- (
ory at 1 'iaardel Rio. on Match 23J is
couiirmexl. Ii is -aid that Maceo swep't
liiivii upon the place with 0.000 men and :
Ir ive our ti.OOo Spanish tioop-, killing
-oi) and wouadiug 200. The Cuban h.ss
vva- 150 killed and wounded. Cubans,
I took many arms and stores. It i probab'y
the most important victory the Cubans I
have yet won. The fact that the rainy sea
son is nt hand and the defeated Spauiards :
' v ill be un protected from it makes the
victory of all tiie gna'tr importance.
'I'he message Siys t!ie at'nck "was a
I coir.pScte surprise. The Spanish troops
iiumheied about six thousand, and,
th. y vv.re thrown into a state ol :
panic by the onslaught. The u-e of the I
heavy ai till. tv which Garci i had brought ,
. added to tfeir terror. 1
Cnnslerna'-ioii re:gtied and Span-j
: i-h troops weie in wild disoide-r. '
Officers cornel n l i'oi m i.ieir men. Cap-!
tured two piece-o;' iuivv aiul'ere. 1.7U0
Mi user rities, l.-2oo.!i u". art ridges. .8UtC
siviii'.ls nil 1 sens, r, nue.l liiiu h ui-es.
.p iling 1 1 e vveak. Spanish i.'t S50 ki'.'ed
and 200 vv.mn U.l. C ibcu loss .jii killed
and '.Vnii iieli d
oil lo the Greenville Races.
Six Ne-'.v Beiuc hor.se left yesterday f .r
the Gi eetiv iiie i acts.
Mayor Ei i-' Little Sieve was one. Mr.
Eli's bio. st It' "mt.
Mr. .1 W. m w 'it -e- t hi- Ihince A -ben.
ilii-d M' .- .-. II lekl'.i'Il a'l I Wii e i
- nt f ur. v z : Ai hi .e, Caiitiiiile, Iv-role-e
ii.i-l M . Ie We ...
Tins is a good ii.t and we look f.-r
New Berne to carry oti' some nl the honor.,
and gold purses on th-; occas.nii.
Mr. L. II Cutler .eguu the work ol'
building a lull-length front piazza to his
commodious and handsome residence in
place of the porch now there.
Mr. J. J. La.ssiler fas also bigim work
on his residence which adjoin Mr. Cut- '
ier's. He will put on iied. d repairs and '
aiso raise the builoing about two leet
higher than it now is.
To Spend a Few Months in liny lx.ro. i
The family ol Rev. Henry Winfield
left Monday for Bayboro to spend a
lew months New Berne, however, re-'
mains tlieir home the time of their re-
turn will probably lie August. They go;
down simnlv for run vempnen wliiln tr I
Winfield is engaged in holding protracted j
'OI rv IM. I'KII KIIIIMIS
-H I'uhlie Komi Orilcrcil Inrllrv
lran l.isi Tnkfr Appointed
J lie Hoard ol ('ini)mi--i
c li I V met ;i the foiut
dpi s of Craven
house in New
in A pi i', isnr,,
I A. lirvtin.
1-: .M 'Whv
ih ihi .if -a;
nun i toiler
It In .iii llih l,f .a;il
1:111 ll. '.'
i r.i, : ;.
Ilreapr n j M. II. Carr.
hut li A. A nn. t rone; lie and
if!' .ti'. i oi e i f the s ho.'l
I Ii.-ia' No. it. to Ih! the
-ed I ti - d.aih Of A. J.
ii.; in ri
o n 11.
v !. il: i
I I." h
l- Ie re
C ll d
if I .v
b and be
i he vacancy
i; v. j v.
I! oi. i :. -tr, et li-tpd t.
Co.. I.e reduced irom
," !' -"ii "f ei for.
he . .'
d. i'h at .1 I'. lio.l!
mtii be aud he
- I e:
nc his bar from
id c - fe.-t t o the buil.line nt
' i ii ' ; i oil alii ' Hi-cad slice' s
led. To ,t th" sin lirf take W. F.
-he. ' 'ii, an ie-aie t)oy now confined in
.'i - v ' :i county in I. t-. the I ns me Asylum
' ICliei'li. ami th.t Ihe 'h rk of this
IS lard n elv I Jr. (ien''e L. Kir by. Sup'i.
In-aile A.yhim. tl.at C. a . e n count y w ill
lake him back withou' ep. i se . r trouble
lo i In- A-y in ii. n ,: Ihe . nd ot si.x
m.Hiih- the . om:i..-.io'.ei - are notit'ed
ih .1 I.e i- not I.. ;:- I'.itelitted by the
t tiatiii nt.
(ii'dere i. Tha! tie- '..i iie of the lot in
JcMkin- iav'. li-te.i to Mary llode. No.
- l'ivrj-hi() oiit-iiie ciiy, be reduced from
.' 1 1 to s.jii. and tint. Ihe sherifl' I'elund to
the said M.iiy I IikIu.- a I: taxes i-Olli-eted
irom 1 er in . m- t' ."(',. Inn.
Oi'.ien d. 'I ha' tit- -dvent credits.
Si. 05U, h-t, d tn Mis. W S. Blount, be
stricken 1 1 om the tux li-t oti acc.'unt nf
Ouli rc-i. Thai Robeit (Jii.i.n ily be and
he hercb. i- appointed mi fci.ee cowniit
tee No. I! 1 0 .v i ship.
tjrdei'. d. I hilt one p. li . hiirm d lo
Biian Sir no I be .-tiickiii I'r. en tax li-t.
N '. s i owtisiiip. i e havii l: piovin to the
..iilisfieti.il. i f ihe B ur l that be is over
..ti ve ... ..; I.
(rdeied fir ther. Tn.it h value of the
house li-leii t 'B'Vi.n Slierrod ;n 1'uvie
towu he r due d from ji iO lo f5(.) on ac
c.umt ol . i ri .r.
Ordered. That Hi. bud McLohorn be
and he hereliy is appointed Keistrar no
tence district, tiwusbip No. ti.
A netit'on having oe. n ti ed lor a pub-
lie road from 1) .u jh. rtu school hou-e on
Dover road to I. up', clinp. l fond by J. L.
V. ,-t ar.d otii .is ami it appearing that the
notice has been e,'iveu. ar.d all ihe parties
over rvh-.-e land s;i.d road is to pass have
j lir.ed in s lid p. t ition. It is
(bdi-re ', Tii a the sheiilf .-ummou free
hold, is. i Ce'i'l'dini; to law. to lay out said
road i.s a pud'de road, and make, report of
his action at the n-xt iicctin.' ;irovided
the c'.iiu.tv s'oiiii not i e held iiahle for the
exi.'ci.s..i ih, ieof.
Oil 111.'!. "II ti
ii; i.i x I nn i,-n i
Th.- Ii-o f
.e.r.l tei;.i a r.cc-
1 1 inck.
'.iy ir,or.i:nr. Apiil 7, "9ti.
I in. t pur-uatit to adjourn
. 1 oc k , a in.
Commissiiir,eis James A.
. J. A Meadow - and E. W.
Iller.t at 1 1 ,
Bri' ii ciiii.
'I'he Boar 1 proceeded to
raw . inrvri
I W .1 J U I V
i i" spring tetui r-njienor court,
when ihe foilowino vvere dinw.n:
1st township: Heo. L. Tolcr, Jos.
EdwnrJs, J F l'urser, R W S.nilh, Geo.
F Wayne, Dutfy Willis and Kelly
2.1 township Alfred (inskius.
3d township-R F Armoi.d, II T
Vhite and T R Moore
Otli township C L (iaskius.
7th township fieo I) Conner uud II
Sill township E S Charlotte Alex
Welherington, E II Barnuni. J.is B Duffy,
Jos. Tilebniiiii, A!.. Ilardiso.i, Jas E
Smith, G A Atkinson. Thos. J Crowder,
Wallace Rose;jL Moody, W P Metis,
Jr.. John Humplirev, W A Mcintosh, W
II Jackson, E G Burl', T B Royall. Henry
Gaskin-. T II C
0: h teiwnsbi p-
ik and John O Dixoc.
j T..I.- f T,:..
W H Wetherington,
1-t town-hip Matthew Gaskius.
2d to.vn-hip Neah B Guskins, R L
Wynne, sn S Ipock, M F Barrington,
S W Laihani ami F D Norman.
d i tovvtisiiip Joim Turner. J. A.
IK Bpih!. II F D.i ugiiei t v, J F Ipock,
J F llob.rs ,n.
Gib tovn-hip W I! Planner,
sin to'.wi-iiip W L Lewis, E R
i'lh t ).v n-hio - So phen Sutton, B F
Dixon and E B Moore.
Wherea-. ii appear.; to the B ard that
the interest m Cr-av. n louuty bniids, No?.
170 .mil Is . .f the denomination of $500
each, fir ih.- ye e.r e ailing Ju'y 1st, 1894
evidenced an I due by two coup ms for $30
. :le li. is unpaid, the sod coupons having
been io-t, and it funher appears by the
: certificate of the Treasurer, that the said
coupons have never been pieseuttd to nor
paid by the i:oui;ty Trea-ur. r, aud E. V.
Sm ill .V ood, the owner of said lost cou
pons, having ilea a good t,u, I sufficient
ludemnilying bond to satve the county
liaimliss on account ofsarl coupon-, It
Orderci?, Tint a voucher I'm- $60 be
issued to said E W Siiadiwood in pay-
m.'Ut of said interest coup ics.
The folio win c named peisons were ou i
motion appointed ;.s I.ist Takeis for the I
several townships for the ve.ir ;x9G: '
No. 1, A. M. Witliams. 'at 30; No. 2,
S W Latham. $t0; No. 3. R A Kussell, i
$20; No. 5. Jno. S. Morton, S20; No. 0, !
Jas. II. 11 uu er, $20; No. 7.
I.aue. 3 5,- No. 8, W. P. Mett
0 A E. Wad-worth, j20.
Bo .rei A -' j i u rued.
, 85; No. j
The ext Convention au.l Tourna
ment. The eighth Acuual Convention and
TotirinnieDt of tiie Nonh Carolina State
Fi: emeu's Association will be held in the
ii y of Salisbury August 19th, 20th and
2!-"t, ls'e'i. The first 'day will Ie devoted
t i tne traii-a. tiou of the business of the
As-ociatio:i, the tw o rem lit ing days to the
dilferent contests, as r. quire. I oy our by
laws. The re-pective companies will at or
before their August meeting elect two del
egates anel two alternates, and report same
to the So.crctary.
Firemen all" over the Stat?, whether
member- of the Association or not, are!
I'espee tlully iuvite-l to attend this me-et- !
ing. Mayois and city aielermeu Irom all j
parts of the State are inviied aud will be1
welcome, intact. everyDoeiv interested
in lire mutters will be welcome. I He
very best po-sioie rates win i.e sec urea
at hotels an! i
(ll'oi'e will he
1 the railreads. Every
made to make this the
meeting we have ever
For any information, address Mr. C. II.
Swink, secretary, Salisbury, or the Sec
retary of ihe Association.
Jas D. McNeil, Pres.
J, W. Gkikfii it, Sec.
Xen Newspaper dame out West.
A new game, called the "Editor'e De
light,'' is played this way: Take a sheet
of ordinary writing-paper, fold it care
fully, and enclose a bank-note sufficiently
large lo pay up all arrearages and one
year in advaoce. Keep an eye on the edi
tor, and if a smile adorns his face the trick
works like a charm. Now is the time to
play the joke.
TOnAlt'O wabkiioi si:.
A ppllen I ion for The Xaiiim al Thour
Interent?l in Estnbliwhlnir One.
We have a letter irom a toliacconi-t in
the; western pait of the Stale who has no
lied what we have been siyin; in reh i
euce to the extent to which the tanners
around New Berne are goinj. iato tobice i
culture and the need ol promptly making
j kkI ariaaejements for sale in New Heine.
The ;( uileinan in speaking of the city s
vviinltii n toLacco market say-:
From what I know of lnnN, .V I
know Ihii H your opp u 1 u tuty I i mi nr.
one. If any of your husiin ss inen are ni ik
ine; a move lo Mail a t .haeeo market in
New lie rne thi. fal I I will thank yoi to
let me know ;it once so I eun place m-i if
in . omiiiiiiiiciilioii uiihlhe li-ld i:ii'.ie-.
I loive In Ipcd to start nearly every suc-ee-.-ful
tobacco maiket in the ra-tern i.e
"1 III S'lit.. mi 1 I em eive yniir . j I e
-"me iidvvice and h.-.p in I In onl--I I al
ill lit "I or,. at help to them."
We will furnish die ti. ntlen on '.- ad.lr.
to uny oue desirmt;. As short as the tone
is now until the waichou.se w.ll he ii'ided.
the pn liminaiy steps for ils sla'di-hnient
should he in progress.
(l)M)KSI.I STATE StWS.
Conuresjsmau Ijockh.irt i th only Ilep
sentative froni this Slate who vote I
against the Cuhati b. Ihgeraiuy res du
lions. S-nator Pritehard has introduced a hill
to donate pait of the public land- lo 1 In
Normal au.l Industrial school at Greeis
boro. The latest from (ior. Holt wii- (hat be
was sinkir.g slowly an I could noi fist
The News & Observer say-: "The Ii. v.
Tmii Dix in will lecture in the ('Impel at
Ehm College, April 10, at 8 p. ni.. on
'The Gates lo Heaven and Hell in
Modern Babylon." Mr. Dixon is the
most popular lecturer lliat ever came to
, Elon, ar.d a large audience will greet him.
This is his last trip through North Caro
lina ill i s year.'1
The 1'iiv.rsity of North C.rnlina ba-e
. ball lenn defeated Yule on the diamond
on the 7th by a score ol 8 to 4. North
'. Carolina won the gmie i.i the fourth i ti -;
ning when she piled up six run-.
Ex-Gov. Thos. M. Holt is dying ol
1 Blight's disease at his home a; Haw
i There i9 add to be no question of the
I truth ot the elatem.nt that the R- publi-
cans aided by some of the Populists are
' setting themselves to the task of breaking
The gross receipts of the Polk Milhr
tour were 1.C24 The net proceeds loi
the Vance nSonuuuut arc $760.
Theie is a plan to txi.nd the Mooie
county railway, the Aberdn-n and West
Eod, to Concoid via Norwood, Stanly
c. unty. It is said the road will consider
pioposals for an extension.
The Raleigh correspondent ol i lie Wil
mington Messenger gives tins item: for
j several weeks reports have come in tint
i ex Governor Holt, whs v. iy sick. The-
! have been denied. It is now -aid that he
j is extremely ill.
The Raleigh News and Observer says
i that the portrait of Thomns Pollock
Devei' iix (executed in 1855 by Edward
. ,t A l. I . .
' oner, oi jtw ji urn; uecn present
e.l to the Supreme court by bis grandson
T. P. Devereux, and now adds to the
collection of thos of other distinguishe i
men in the library. He was born in New
Berne, N. C, on December 17, 17113.
The Raleigh Press-Visitor says: "Mr.
W. C. Stronach has at his store a couple
ol ftrTretS. Mr. Stronach keeps them us
mousers, and they can discount a cat
every night in the week. They are very
tame and docile, aud Mr. Stronach says
theie is not a lat about his store. They
do not devour their victims as does the
bline, but catch the rat and then suck liis
blood, ns the weasel dots that of ".be
The Wcldon News gives this it.ni:
"Oue ot the largest trees in this section o
the couatry was cut down a short time
a g.) on Roanoke river. The tree was a
cotton wood. The stump of the tree
measured, by actual measurement, five
and a halt leet in diameter, and the tree
had a body that made a straight cut twenty-live
feet long, without knot or limb,
and if sawed into lumber it would make
enough to build a two roomed cottage.''
White-caps are reported to have beaten
a sixte n year old white girl at Mt. Airy
unmercifully and then covered her with
tar. They also abused the girl's grand
mother The white r.nps are known und
are a very low element. Two have been
arrested and bound over to court and one
has i un away.
RIGHTS OF BICYCLISTS.
And The Regulations by Which The
Horsemen and Petlestrlans Should .
(aovrrn Their Movements.
One of our bicyclists hands us the fol-'
lowing clipping from the Southern Wheel
man of Atlanta, with the request for its j
publication, which we comply with. It j
appears in that paper under the heading j
of "Important Notice to Wheelmen,
Hoi semen and Pedestrians."
1. Always ride on the right hand, side
of the street or road. j
2 Always turn to the right when meet-!
3. When passing vehicles, going in the :
same direction, pass on their left.
4. Never pass too close lo a lady wheu
you are riding fist.
.". When riding with a lady, have her
ride next to curbstone. "
6. If you meet a wheelman or vehicle on
the wrong side of the street, forte them to
go to the fight, even if you have to dis-,
mount to do so.
7. Pedestrians have the right of way at
cr. ssings only, and can be forced to use
the siibwalks b' tween cro-siugs.
8. It is a cify ordinance lor bicyclists to
carry b.llt; whrehneu so-mid provi 'e
themselves with one so as to be protected
in case ol accident.
9 It has been d cided by the Supren e
Court of the United States that a bicy
cle lias equal rights on tl ie bighwav-,
with any other vehicle. Insist on your
Chances at the A. A C. R. R. Office. '
Mr. E. W. Chadwtck. former ticket
agent and train dispatcher of the A. ei
N. C. K. R. at New Berne, has been ap
pointed freight agent vice Mr. I). S. Wii- I
Mr. S. L. Dill, Jr., has been appointed
to the plac ; made vacant by Mr. Chad-
Tviib'G r.,-,mi .1 i rn l r Dill tlflq I ii-en .
; assislant frei ght a gent, and this change,
- .. vacancy still in the freight depart
ment, aud Mr. Howard Styrou, a former '
employee of the Journal office and a
very clever and industrious young man,
has beeu added to the force.
' Artificial Minnow lor Bait.
Mr. Thos. Hall, of J. T. Hall & Bro., 1
of this city, has invented a new fishing
bait. It is simply a minnow made of
i German silver, suspended on an ordinary
i fishing book. It has been tried and found
very successful. There is nothing to do i
but throw the line over and pall in the'
fish. It will be a fine thing for Mont-.
Lead City fishing this summer.
Mr. Hall has not decided whether he j 'l lriC(-'8 paid to experienced Ixig
will have the invention patented or not; -ger8i w'10 c0 come well recommended.
It is a small thin but sometimes large j Apply at once, to
money can be made from trifles, when GOLDSBOUO LUMBEUCO
they happen to fill a general want. nir26dwtl Dover, N.'c.
Til I II 1.4 I I OH r Oil M l II.O T.
Ol Mrnuoullr From Ohio They K
lkriol Tlirlr llm in ItHKlern North
t'nrolliiH Alfrr Moni Tlioronah I n
VfMl its Ii.'r, Ihii ilo l.lkr-
Tm last Waleli Tower eontniiiK a two
c ihiiiiii artii Ie oi the Meniioniie colony
whii h h.. loeaied in Beaufort county. J
The .iv on e eiio I came there the lirrl
or I i-t Joiiarv; in Kebi nary 17 more j
me iiiakimr in a'l itj up l-date -nmre
ue lo !oliow. Tbov .-op eighi miles Irom
a-h!i:gl .ii nn a portion of I be large
plantation owned, br Hon W. A. B.
Br.iii- b, px-inember of 'ongip- Irom tl..
l-'ir-i Noi th liri'lin i llntrici Tin y, yet
awhile, occupy boti-fls lliat were already
oi the plantation, and will continue in the
same until they bml 1 "ii tlieir own
1 HI' Is.
I ll, e e ihimsl- came from Ohio and
eho.e ihe r present location after "a very
i' in lu1 examination was made ns to ihe
iiiiluie and character of the soil it pro-
I net i v. ie s-, the wfl'er, pinnule, meant oi
improvement laeilitn s for development,
and in fact, ihe most andlytical and wru
t i n i zing . ifni t- were adopted to test the
I. m is ami -nrro.iDdiiigs as to the advisfl
biiiiy and pirn leaibiht y of purchasing and
unking th. .,(, ., p rmaiipnl home." The
tr.ct -.i-cured contain, alui'it (wo thous
What these peop'e have fouud by in"
ve.i :g ili. in nlners can Iind similarly.
I'll, re are aim ml. nice "I omul lnnl all
ver Noilh I'aroliria awaiting such et
il.rs. I 'bill y oi i hem nronnd New IWrne
lei tde and adaplpd lo nearly every crop,
win tli- r li. I.I or i rin k.
Th who are in l.M'ahlies they are not
-all-lied with can find .nit easilv at the
coni ng settler's lomeulion at Southern
Pin. s, whiit Nonh ('arohn i i- and what
tbeseitleis already here think of their
Si.iithirii home mid their neighbor and
how l hey were welcomed ami treated in
ail respects as those to ihe manor Iniro.
Those who cannot come themselves cun
harn by sending representatives lo the
meeting, as tl e-e col. mists did to look aftei
ih.- lauds i bey were procuring before they
cun.'. The -e'tiei- who wi'l lie at lliat
con veil I ion have lieen here long j
. nough to iie thoroughly identified with .
Ihe stale :nd to know well what they are I
talking about when they tqieak ol lis ad
vantages iu mild climate, productive soil,
finely timbered forest-well stocked stream
and -ootids, ece.
I., t all home .. cker- who can attrnd
i this I'.'Uvi ntion do so and learn Irom first
j band-. what a grand Stale North
I C.iiolina i-. the only State in the 1'uion
i tha' fills out every blank in the census
THE EW MAIOE..
I ( pologics to E. A. 1 'oe. i
j Once upon a midnight dreary, while I
wandered weak and weary,
j Dowu a street of our great city, where I'd
often been before;
Walking on, a sudden feeling ctnie to me
' as I saw wheeling,
(ienlly o'er the pavement stealing, so m e-
tning like a uympli ol yort;
Surely 'tis a mnid, I muttered, maiden
from the Turkish shore.
Simply this and nothing more.
But there bad been various rumors that
the maids were decked in bloomer-.
And I thought me, this is surely ope that
I have seen belore:
Yet where had the figure vanished?
Was i lie form of beauty fam
ished? Had the Goel of Fashion bauisbed all the
dress that I adore!1
No, 'tis Dot a female, said I; but a man
gone Wilde with lore.
'Tis a male and nothing more.
Presently my soul grew strontjer; hesita
ting then no longer,
"Are you man or maiden?" said I. "Tell
tne truly, I implore."
What was my snrpri-e on hearing that
strange being, Dotbing letring.
Say to me wilh voice so cheering: "I am
maid, sir, to the core.''
Yes. she jumped from oft" her cycle. Hay
ing on the starlit shore:
' I am maid toreverniore."'
I bethought me for a second, then 1 to the
Drew" her to one side, and there the
sentiments of my heart did pour;
Said unto her: "Will you ever from these
-hocking garments screr?
Make me answer, shall I never see the
skirts that once you wore?
When will you again adopt the costume
that your mothers bo'c? '
Quoth the maiden "Nevermore.''
And the maiden, ever rlittiug, still is sit
ting, still is silting,
On those wheels with tires inflated, and
around the streets doth soar,
While her pants hare all the seeming of
Ja.ks blouse with apples teem
ing. Or a maid who in b. r dreaming bad for
got to cover o'er;
But the common sense evolving from the
heathen days of yore.
Shall be lifted nevermore.
Irwin Mnsgrove, in Cycling West.
WHY DO WE I0 ITT
Perhaps some sage can tell me
died, I'd like to know
The secret of the titles that I hear where'er
There's Brown, who studied medicine, at
taining some renown.
Whose w ife 1 bear referred to now as ''Mrs
Dr. Brown. '
What reason for the custom can the wise
ones give to me?
Why not ao well reier to her as "Mrs.
Brown, M. 1),V
Because O Shea is one ou the bench why
should we always say.
In speaking ol his charming wife,
'There's Mrs. Judge O'Shea?''
Is -he p. judge by marriage? Was she wed
ded lo the court?
There should be some g od reason while
the title she should sport.
If one should wed a justice, pray advise
me would she be
Entitled to be known by all as "Mrs.
If not. w hat reason can we
ive for speak- ;
ing ns w e .1 .
Of "Mrs Major OunnonbaH'
Bishop P. w."
I)j titles go to families for use of
And if they do, why aren't they used
daughter anil by son?
Why not a "Miss Lieutenant Sharp?
ii v uol a iiinior, too
At lea.t let's be consistent in the thi
trv to do
That tired, all gone feeling, loss of ap
petite, caused by improper dieting, can be
. asily eradicated by using Johnsons
Emulsion ol Cod Liver Oil. Pleasant to
the taste. Pint bottle, $1.00. For sale by
F. S. Duffy.
Loggers Wanted !
We have u few remark
to make, and to come to
the voi ii t l onw, wo bare
Home HjM-cialtieH to wliicli
we denire (o rail your at
tention. Rustling Cambric
Black and Groy,
a,t lOc. 3TGLrc3-
ojt 25c. 3TCLrc3.T"r
IN TOE CITY AT TIIK
12 1-2 and 15c Yard'
Tbe liic., ikjiikI as good kh moftt
and HOSE to match.
THE NEW THING IN
GENTS GOLF HOSE AT 7r
They arc all wool and bare nUi
We usually liave tbe, uew
things; it m altera not
what it in, we always
try to get it.
HAVE ; ;
. . RECEIVED
A fine line of
Hen's, Youth's and - CMliren's
A floe line of
have arrived, sod I have everjUiiogV.
that can be found in a genu lur
A splendid line of
In all sizes and lengths.
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