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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. MAY 14, 189(1.
L"Mensure it and
inr Ol LirA ( L
The Iargest.piece of .ggood
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
.and " ,
Jne 5 cent piece is nearly as
large as you vget of ofher
QiSn grades for 10 cents
tW 30,000 pound bt SHKKT IKOS in storo anil 2oj)Q rvonnds
OB th way. All in want of Klaea will do well to pUce ' h ir orders
Hj, 90 that tUej will be sure to gt them in time.
' TfQ al Sbwt Mt-l Work of every dtscript'on promptly done.
T!o. 23 Craven Street, -
(Hfarrol to J.
1 - ' ' Wholesale & Retail Dealers in
Floor, Port; C-ff,SaCr, Lard, Batter, Che?-He. Syrup. Molasses
,,.v Yiner, 8ooIT Tobacco, Cigar, Canned floods ot nil kiuds,
f' Tea, Spicea, and everylhing else usnnlly found in a
I I .FIR-JT-CLASS OBOCEBY 8TOKB.
- . yW haT6 bought iu large quantities for cash ;ml are prepan-d
t aell a low a- aajooo. Coaatry Merchanrs and the general puulic
SriUd-WlI to get oar ptiee before buying Hsewneie. No trouble to
rhov gooda, - -
OtabIes Free, 47 Broad St., rV.wBern, N. C
' " 'Cader Oaaton Uorxaf. SouU rot: Str !, New Berne, N. C.
PULL iiihZ K
CtOTes, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
, Lime, Piaster and Cement.
OEVOES PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
' ' r7Pirnil attention to tbe
Is tht caly tcsttirvc Remedy known to tne Medical Profession for
. JUrte tsi Qrosic Rnessutlsin. Gout Ljnntefo, Sdatica, Neuralgia,
-Cnrlaa Remlgla, Dlsoenotrnoea, Psoriasis, Scrofula, liver and
.- KOssf Diseases. A PosittYC Cure effected in from 6 to 18 days.
To Boat Builders and Marine Engineer!
tmt nila il i M.ttaltr la tate mm talMia (t wrer c plm wrtfita tt mi Im MAWINl i
- an fctll J a Mat! aa4 Mill UM (tsar to twty 4ach cyllaarn).
HIGH PRESSITEE C02IP0TOD TRIPLE ESPAlTSIOli
- ' and PADDLE WHEEL OUTFITS.
EITHER WOOD OR COAL BURNING MARINE BOILERS.
(No Statioaarr or "Tnoj" Mach(ory.)
MARINE IRON WORKS,
CCVIOUKM AND 6OUTHP0ITT AVIS. CHICAGO.
,TW atoat BaHaMa anil ...
apalar Joaraa ol lta kln!
la vaa toatis
Utra Cooa ry.
Farmers, Lftjryersand.BaaineM Men Bead it. Send foriSample Copy
TWSOCTDBRXI CPIT1VATOR ofTeia trro Tnltlon. Hoanl and (nrttentalln a' nam
pv Cr-iU-raa an-i -V-hoot-i In Ihe sloatli (utjrurthy roan? men and. women. rite the
)fvalastoaUvpartDMat lor tntorraaUon.
130rbe Cultitator and Thk Wbbkly JocBNAtent one
Tear Jfor $f50.
see for yourself.'
- NEtY BERNE, N. C.
o. -WHITrnr )
prompt and correct filling ol
mo rn tSo v
Tin- rtsroRnlien Organ
of -nthera Aurioultur
nn.l the IniluMtrlal prog-
r. sji or tne .-outii
Si::!e S:hcriptia $1
Tlo :rt Farm, Tn
dustrka.1 anil stock
la Ikr (llj or Elms and Vlrlnliy.
CJaCltereit la and Hrleflr 3iotel.
Mr. .1 .. Strict, general mannjfr :im ".
vice president, nud Mr. .. T. Ilmwn.
i ri tary -md treasurer of the ( ; n'd-l ..t.
Lumber Co., at Dnver, tame down m
a bminess lrit.
Mr. F. L. P. rry is kecpim; Until
Neusee ou in good t-li r 1 1 until pi -'
mauent arrangements are ill'ctidlnr it.
i oiiliouan i miller a cu w ha- ulmh i
e.iecttd In be i:i r very vt time.
Si em y-one colored I a ti 1 were taken
aiy "ii tin steamer Niu-e Fiidav bv a
finp'f of imn nliican t mt" irom N I -folk
or I'm- p'irpe of cm urm-; ilem
Tin y are to work in the :rk h i. Is th re.
Tiie North Car litvi Icnta! A.-soci-olon
"ill mirt m Morehend Citv .1 u -i lTili.
18ih an. I 10. h. All applicants f.r !n ,n-e
, must apply tin n. The Atlantic II ln
i will be ope e I May Intti.
i The Board nl Coy Coiincilm-n run
vt oed ii regular ra i i 1 1 . 1 v -cssion n I
(x.k ft lece-- to Friday after n lie i r
.preu..ri . flhe olli.a.. 1U ';i
(efHDi aaiu m i.3 doock in u uigm i
turn over the
iifl'.nrs ot the ilv t t! eir
Mr. Joe Boskcy, of Stonewall, has Ken
attacked by p-iralyss' His i-nuoiiion was
thougiit t be v. ry m r'ous. Dr. A: t more
was laikd in. We arc glad tn learu thai
i Cie oi l (jcrjtlrman n' much l.itir
i Tbursday morniug aod tin re were hopis
i of Ins recovery
Tlie Iro-pond drain no' -lands rum
Iphlewilh Rniple Connections leadfug
irom e-irli strtot that Cenieis there to the
niiun drain. It yet remains liowevi r to
turn ti e wnttrin. A delay mi ibis i-Ix-in;;
inije to give the wmk lime-to har
den. i The purpose ol the visit of Mr J H Giny
ofHaliigh to Manto. Die county, who
j p-ed th.ough New 15- r.ie, eu roU'e to
iht pltice was in ii.rei lo-e it mortgage on
j 200,1 00 acres if laud in that section. Si
j says ti.e Ilak-iIi ra-n spomleut of the
Neir anil Obeervcr.
.'C-tion if the court house
yard Mirrunded i-y the grant
rurb;n? h l-een tilled in a little
hisjher thau it was and nicely tilled in. It
makes a good appiarance n w and will
make still belter h n a g.od gro.vth of
liwn giass covers it aud shade trees get
to growing well upon it.
llec d(It we told of a ministi r in anoth
er city baring made prepmatinns to car.
for the wlie-U of bicyclia'8 and extended
a special iQviiabon to them to come.
Wlit (her th O. Maik Co. were inspired ;
by bis example we kn..w not, but tlit-y '
have taken similtr h tion for the con
venfftice of their cu-torai is. They b.ne
prepaied a r..ck f.r iheir wheels while
IradinK. It will le in position in front :
ot tbeir store today.
The Treasury Dapartment, through the !
Soiyervuing Arcliib ct. by ailveitisenent I
io (be Joi'HXAL is invitim; propog-ds until
Miy 21, for pluaib'Dg for the Umti-d 1
Slates Court House ami I'ost orfhe at
New Beri.e. N. C. Prospective bidders'
ma; obtiin nJdniond infonnntion by ad
dresmn Hon. Wm. M utiu Aiken. Super
vise g Architect, Treisiiry Depnitment.
WoshiDglon. D. C.
Hat It to Hrrki-itd
j w. ... , t r - - - . -
Atlantic Hotel, who his beeU up to Hal-t-isb
a few days on business connected
with the hotel, is now back nt Mmvliful.
IU- tci"k i nn mill him c irpt-titers to put
evi rj Ihin-J at), ut tn is fan on - I ot; I in L'noii
Mr. C-tnr'xll i'"f rms Us "diat he n re
tiling ry enroii i a:
fro-i. save nil tt-lis and
hopes for n good j
pi trooie fr.nn Nop h Caiolioa, tspe. ul
j I roni lL cities.
A I-eer From Mr. ( h. Ilnllork.
.Mr. CImb. Hal'ick, lo spends his
winters m New Reroe and is gladly wel
comed back by ourcliiz-eos each recurring
eain, i now at St. Paul, Mtnnesso' , to
winch place b- w-nt reie-tiy. In 'ir.
to us written thePsi ol'Anl, we ta e
lUe lollouing contrast ing the weatln r, etc..
In re tod tlx-rc;
"I am iniiMing the warm, sunny il.
whlib jour weather lecord declare
ranges r.p in to the 9J s. Here in St.
Paul we are havirg unsettled weattn r, nol
.ic(ly diagreeable to those wim exptei
iigncuit.iral nsults Irom alternate nm and
sli.ide. tlmuuh nnpleasant to the man wi ll
. . , , . , i j
. nt a mackintofcli or uinhtella.
-Wo hv Wil mm nin here in Till
days than I ri-membcr to have seen in
New Berne since January 1st. But dial
docs not oiaittr. Compensation will com.
b.ter on, and we of ibe Northwe-t wid x
periente what ynu all now erjoy. Siitli
cient unto mid-summer is the h ai
thereof! It may 8eeni a sort of anomaly
to you, l ut the Uct is, I hav
had more !
fresh spring v eilabh-s lure u der the
a ib-Arciic b-lt than I h..d while I was in
New B in ; a lit tie more w ilu d. bin sti ,1
edible and not pernicious. A- lor oy-ter
in the lalfshi! , they h.ve tha.- d me up
f.-Oiti t'n- co .ft and i.ro opined hire daily
a it ti impunii v. "
Prof E. P. Mtulenhail his receive I
another sell jiarship t j be a-v ir del to a
pupil of th C dlegiate ln-;it jte at tin
j cose of the ter.n. This n akes lour schol
! r.r-b:ps the di-p-e-al of vvhi.li hive feen
ated iu bis liaud.", one er.ch :n Con-
verso College. S. C. the N. C St ue I'ni-
versily, Sa em Fcm.de Ac idemy an i
We an g ad io p-).e -.i. h i oo.l .- l.o'.a'-
-hips to be won 1 y br.gbt i oy- ami gins
of the city.
The naw Er Institute for colored B.p
tists is being he'd in Ce !r (irove '.ocattd
at ibe Col. red cerre'ety this we-k Then
will f- son.e acdre-sfs by wll te mi"i.-tei-arl
P.o'. F M. Meserve. pre.-idrnt of Sh -w
University li ih i.h ai rived la-t n ght to
de'iver the opi uing address o . ( l riv ..u
I, I. (lac Tnxri.
W. P. Metis. Li.-t-takcr of the st'u.
Tow nsh'p givts notice (hat he will l on
hnr.d to list txee at tbe lollowiug times
un.1 ..laso. t ,i.rt Ilonoi- in flip nrv nt
New lrne June Is', to 8th. and 12th to ! cycle department of Mr. J. C. Wliit-0.-..1..
i-w nn,v,i'a ctii ih- w v 1 tv j store.
tJ 1 ' , IT3 U1UUI O ...-HIU '11 ...V. ... ....
S It R . Juce 9. Bellair -cbool house.
I.ikc 10 an. I 1 1
All taxes, property at d poll, are re-
quired to lie listed by law during tbe
. l .r a r.o.. 11., .al.. 1
iiiorji n oi June inuuic i" usi triiuci
lays ihe lax paver thus failing, liable to
impnsonrrent for thirty days or a nne ot
KeellaarX.C Board or Heallb.
The regular meeting of the North Car
olina Board of Health, of which Dr. Geo. .
G. Thomas, of Wilmington, is presi
dent, will Ik- held at Winston on the 12th
The Bulletin issucxi Dy tne uonrtl says:
"This meetinir, for a discussion of sani-
tary natter8 bv the leading men in i he
profession in the State, is one of rcul im-
porUnce and should be well attended,
e nope especially icj see a large numoer i
of Ihe county superintendents of health
as well as other health officers, present
(bat we may compare notes and prepare
for 'a strong pull, a long pull, nod a pull
altogether' for tbe cause of hygiene in
North Carolina Winston Daily Sentinel.
IIIHASritOIS 1IAII. STORM
lu the Sonlti Ocfk Section Field.
Hhllr Hllh II In Some I'laoe-Flve
luehea Deep-Hamate to I'ropn-Will
Have Co Keplant ollou.
It turnei-1 oil' cm)! so suddenly in New
Berne Wednesday evcniriL: that conject
ures of li ill tomewhere near were fre
quent. Theio was leiliJv quite a hail
storm at South rreek. A crn-sp indent
writes us 1 follows in referruee to it.
."The sevi rest hail t .r m for many
year vi-iteit tin- South CreeK -ictionon
Wednes lay the 6ili nt. It completely
destroyed Mr. .) as. S , r n i ; " cotton, and
also Mrs II. I. Kennedy's iann adjoining ;
Mr. Spr-iill's. How fir it went toward? '
rionial ue have not In aril. It is se'dom
we have hail Irom tl'- Si.utin-a.-t. hence
we were not looking for it.
Mr. A. U. Swindell, Hie rener d super - '
i-iti udent of the farm, came to Stonewall
iust alter the bail and reported the brid
atloat in that section. He said t he cotton
tields eie u lute w.tti linn ami in some
places it was fvn :u Ins d.ep. lie thinks
I lii. ...i. i d: .....I lie le.sh i.oti.l,...
in ,hat fectu.n. The corn was also de
stroyid but he thinks it wll come out.
They are noing to lomuHnie planting
'cotton over Thursday.
Sliange to -ay. within three or I'mir
hundred yard- to the north of this hail it
did not run enough to w t a man. It is
cool enough this morning to have tiris.
Snperlor I onrl.
WKIl NKSO A Y's rllllCKEDIN OS.
II .fin I Wiggins, col. h-r hreeny was
sentet.ee I to pay a fine . f .fn.00 and costs.
The civil docket as tikin up aud the
loil iwiug eases disposed of:
Wm Niely & Co. vs. Duffy -V Oaskins.
1 .Judgment in lavor of d. f.-noant.
i A-km s. Rizeasteiu. .Indgment in
favor ol plan 1 :II f r cost.
' Ip't'k vs. C.tyot Niw I5i rne. Judg
t nv ut of r.on Mid.
Harris v-. Mi Daniel ami Frank Hodges.
! Judgment ag-iinst Ilodg- s
Johnson vs. Sthultz Judgment lot"
Jones vs. Fetebie. Ju Igment f.r
Tire RSI) A Y's ritOCEKDIXOS
' The toliowinn cases w ere disposed of:
Cm sac Becton, col,, vs. A it N. C.
Riilroad for damages by the digging ol a
ditch. 1'laintifT takes a hod suit.
Stepbeu Curry, col , vs. citv of New
Berne. Demurrer Demurrer returned, j
Judgment again.-t plaint if l'laiutitf ap- ;
peuls to Supreme court,
1 here were a large number ot judn
merits, etc . in cases of no interet
Superior court ended Friday morning
before tiain time, giving those connected
with i he court who lived el-ewhere an
apporl unity to have ut once.
In the case of R ichcl Wiscins, col.,
previously convicted of larceny, ju Igment
wAs suspended on payment of co-t.
The" sentence of Henry Brown, col.,
wl o wm convicted of larceny and sen
tenced to teive months m jad, was
changed to twelve months in jail with
privilege to the commissioners to hire out
at the i xpiratiou of s x months.
In ibe case of Win Neehy vs Duffy &
(ia-kins, judgment wis given in favor of
pla ntitf instead of difendant, as previously
atti nded to and c-uift adionrnm, nnm
finishing work in live d ivs which was
expect, d to U-t until net week. Julge
Graham while prisiding in NewBiine
ha-made a tiue impression both lor his
leg .1 and businesi talent, which, com
bined, causes tbe work of the court, while
in bis hands to move along easily aud
wjti) dispatch. II is work being over in
;ew Bi me he lelt Friday morning He
holds court nest in Washington.
One Indq,lry Helps Others,
Tbe tields present a lively appearance
with the hundreds of pea and beiry pick
ers and hands gathering other crops so
liusiiy at work.
The activity is good lor the growers of
the truck, good for the hands, g od for
the transportation lines and cood for
h i- -e-s generally. One line of industry
ci u t be flourishing without there being
g i r d benefits in a largij degiee. This is
"ue . i tl.e strongest reasons for establish
it:g manufacturing enterprises.
W hat Isl'hrUtlan Selence?
We have been a-ked what Christian
i elite is what beliefs adherents of
r leuce is wikil oeueis unneieni,- oi .
that faith c-pou-e. If any Christian
Si-i.-ntist will give us what the adherents
..I the new doctrine con-ider a correct
letircnitiou aud i xplanation of it in reas
on ibiv short space we will be glad to pub
'1 i.e article can be prepared either by
them or by us from facts lunii.-hn 1 lis
and submitted to them '"' approval or
eorrcct.ou before publication.
We would lik-- lo give p,
and g've it correctly exactly as the be
lie is ure hi Id, in language so d ru t an I
clear ibai every read, r will know exactly
what i- li). ant. We w ii: do this for the
information of all ronh r. as a natter of
some Christ i an S.-ieetest furn.-h
In the trial of Mr. M. R. Howard, of
this lity. aud Mr. R. S. Mebane, o'
Greensboro, for an arl'ray Thursday morn
ing before Mayor Ellis, the former was
acquitted, it being shown that he actid
-imp v on the il. fei.sivc. Not a particle
ot evidence wan given to sh aw thai any
V vveipon had be. n s. n in JUr.
Mebane's poses-iou. One physician, the
li st who saw Mr. Howard's wounds te
tdien that itiev were unuouuu-iiiy maue,
,i... ...,;,T.i ti.oi
07 so lie instiumtut, auo
LUll 113 UICU, llltll
they might have been made by the hand
by repeated blows but not by a single
Mr. Mebuie was lourid guilty of a
simple hs.-ault an I lined live dollars aud
To Filler tlip Brokerage RiimIiiomm.
Mi" i I. Vinson v lio for some months
li..- leen running a grocery store on Mid
dle street opposite Hotel Albert is selling
ou t with the view of going into the
brokerage busimss. His office will bein
- . ...
Mr N lason V?
s to devote his main
attention to groceries but to handle other
, g'1(9 also.
Rfbnlldlne ttip Telegraph I, tue.
Since the last of March, work has been
in progress on the estern L men Jele-
graph line between New Berne and sick headache, hmatl pill. ! ilty closes, n
Gohlsboro. Every pole between the two els. For sale by F. S. Duffy.
places will be replaced by a new one. The
work has progressed now Irom Gok'sboro 1 Tbe sanflRi Express savs: '-Large ship
to Clark's, leaving only six miles more I menU 0 chjcken9 are being made here to
to rebuild. Between New l!erue and Norlbern nliirkets every lew days. The
Morelu ad city repairs only will te made. most ot (hese chickcus iue raised in
The work is in charge ot Mr. h II. Clmll)am- Randolph and other counties
; u seu up tue materia i on nanu me car nnu
j force came down to the city and are wait-
ing at the depot until an expected - upp'i -
of new poles arrives.
Al the Swina .nintaters.
Wasiiisotox, D. C, May 7, 1890. Pimples, blackheads, freckles, tan aud
Wit. mam Ei.lis, Mayor. sunburn removed. That oily and rough
Minister J. B.'and Mrs. Pioda send skin cured and the face and hands bcauti
heartfelt greetings to people of Newbern. tied by Johnson's Oriental Soap. Medici
I dined at tbe Swiss legation last night. nal and toilet, two large cakes, 25 cts.
Willi ah H. Oliver. ' For sale by F. S. Dufl'y.
A liRANF snCESS.
The Smillirni Mlf Selllerx Conven
llon Ioubly an l.artce n Wan Ex-
The Southern States Settlers Conven
tion at Southern l'mes has e xcee 1cil all
expectation. Great numbers of people1
are in attendance. On another p'i"e we
ijive the ojm niui; proceedings and take the I
followiiur i xtrai.t from the remarks of the I
K dei'jh News and Observer correspon
dent introductory to the proceedings:
"The succt.-s of t lie Northern Settlers'
convention has surprised even those who
were its most enthusiastic supporters.
'"I'nti; the tiains arrived lat night and .
this uiormiie; rioiiody imagined that more;
than three or f 'ur hmidred people would ;
be presi nt, but when the ineeting was!
called 1. 1 order at 1 1 cViock theie wire!
nut less than ei.thr hllTiiirpil ii.n-i'tt m-. v- t
ent, soniu estimating the crowd us hinh a?
twelve hundred, and it is a leathering of
high toned and prominent nun and
j women. Every State in the
Soui h H
'ei'iew iueu. uie inos.1, 01 niem ny large
1 d-leeations, and delegates and visitors ate:
ten Eminem aim vv estei u
"Tne occASinn, if one may judge by the
general good dice.- that
prevails is being
greatiy enjoyed by every person present.
"It is tne first visit of a large majority
to this progressive section aud the mar
vclous growth of the town aud commun
ity, its superb hotel; accommodai ions, its
vast lie-Ids of growing lrtjit, its immense
forests of whispering pines, the at'ehitec
tuial be mty and exc. Hence of the two
m-igic little cities of Southern Pines and
Piuehtirsf, l he evidences of mergy and
the activity of their builders and citizen?,
are all subj.-i ts ol enthusiastic praiie on
the part ot all those who have not hitherto
"Thise two towns are now beyond the
breakers and under free sail and lair winds
are heading for the front in .he race of
Southern industrial prngress and Irom
now on tiny will go steadily forward."
Death or W J. Brlnson.
Mr. William George Briuson. one of
New B-.rne's highly rr-pected citizens
died Friday morning May 8ib, at five
o'clock at'ier being loug afflicted with a
c implication of d; senses, aged 50 j ear?.
Mr. Run-on was a native of New
, Berne and lived here all his life, except
j while off m the war. He eutend at th .
j beginning as Li utenant ut the .th regi-
mont, and rtndered his country faithlul
ltetii'ning home after the war he was
eltcted to the position of county clerk
i au most acceptibiy fille I the ofh'ce. He
j afierwards became 'ustice of the peace
and held that office many years was etili
in that office. Insurance was the business
fsoon alter the war he n.airied Mi
Kiitie E. Chestnut! of New Berne, who
with two sons, survives him. Onj son,
Mr. Samuel M.. Britisui, located in New
Berne, the other. Mr. James M. Biinson.
is in Cripple Creik, C1. Both are prom
ising young attorneys at-law.
Mr. Biinson was a member of Middle
striet Baptist church and took a strong
interest in both church aud Sabbath
school woik. The funeral is to be liom
the church this alternoon at five o'clock.
Ue was a member ol several fraternal so
cieties and they are ixpiete I to be at the
The Board of City founeil Organise!
i lly Oltloo. Eleeteil.
The old "Board (f City Council met
yesterday afternoon. Reports were
nad and the year's business closed.
The new Board was called to order at
8 o'clock at night by Mayor Eliis. The
following members were present and took
the oath of office. Councilmans B. S.
Primrose, George Slover. S W. Willis,
W. H. Johnson, col., and J. E. Shepard,
On motion of Dr. Slover they proced
ed to the election of officers to the vari
ous positions, with the following result:
Tux Collector. II. J. Lovick.
Marshall, J. T. Lewis.
Treasurer, Dr. Gso Slover.
City Attorney, O. II. Gnion.
Pump Inspector, R. C. Baker, col.
Port Physician. Dr. Leinster Duffy.
Sexton Cedar Grove Cemetery, J. I.
9exton Green ivood Cemetery, Dof-ey
Policemen No. 1. and Captain of Police
J. K Lind.
Policeman, N". 2, II. T. Brinson; No.
3, J. B. Dixon; No. 4. J. E. GaskiH; No.
a; K. P. Montagne," No. 0, Eli Elliott;
No. T, T. J. Toler.
Rev. A. n. Bells.
We take tbe following from a
ponJence sent in on the tilh from
wall in reference to the protracte'
ing there and Rev. A. D. Betts i
! Berne, w ho
nsuislA.1 in it Tt SIH'il
Mr. Betts pi
is aWays found
Uncle lieu, of Hancock sir. it M. E.
church is assisting liro. snow ill tue
Stonewall protraete-' mei tintr. he leaves;
tom'r.rrovv for bis ho.i.e in New Berne, j
M ,y G il'i bl-ss'ng- toliow the good old ;
m in wheievet" be go- s. lie has made many
irniids in his -lioit sojouru among us. ie .
has a kind word for every one he meets, I
even to the little boys and girls.
Mr. Jan. F. Xormnii.
Mr. James F. Norman, formerly of
New Beme, now of Gol.lsboro, who has
b. en spending a few divs with Mr. J. S.
Maniv, left ye-ie'ibv returning home.
Mr. Norman, during the few years of his
connection with t e Singer Si wing
Machine agency w rk, has risen with
raiiidity in it He commenced in
tierne as simpiy an assisiani ag-m, men j
b.rame district .gei t and hapw liecome .
as-i-tant genci al ni inager in Die poltion;
ol North Carilina lying east of t'hirtoitel
and cnibr icing halt' of Snub Carolina
also. It is a pleasure to see a New Hern-;
Ian doiug SO well. i
Mr. Norman is now on ibe eve of moy- .
ing to Wilmington in which city hi
hiadrpiarteis will b .-.
Ovcrbanllnir Ihe Steamers.
The steamer Trent went on the Mead
ows marine railway Friday for a thorough
The steamer Blaucbe was taken oft ihe
wavs t hat morniner ana tue sieamer now-
, lIUU IUI s,C,UUi;, -
ard the previous day, alter each had been
put in similar good order.
Japanese Liver Pellets sre an infallible :
:-eific for constipation, biliousness and.
vL-i.&t i itria and liriticr artml uru'Pft in
Klci-mond, Baltimore, New York anil
other cuit3 Many of those who have
1 tried raisiuj; poultry in North Carolina
iu( it a very profitable bu-ines-.''
PIUiUIM.(rK TO .i:V HERN
From Clbirlollt', North Carolina.
Of Oasis Temple. AiiceilC Arabic
Order l Hie Volile Mystic Shrine.
'While tlie Knight- Templet" aud Grand
Cnniman 1 e i y are in New I5arne, the
Shrine will aNo m.-1 here and receive ,
No one is elieib'e f..r admi-sl.m into ;
the slirh e exci lit Kniunt-. Templar or :! Jd .
degn e. tn i-o:)s. N'oith Cir-dina lias enlv
one tenijile and that i.- in 'hat'lolte. New i
Ci rue li.--lour .-hriue ii.ein' ei-. (Jne of
then ; Mr. 1. 15. Xi-ai is a ti. ember of
Oasi- Ti ii:p!e. Charlotte, the o'.bi r three,
Messrs. F. I'lrieh, II. J. I.i.ylck, and .1.
II. Ilickbitrii, are membei- o! A e i Tem
ple, H'u.-'.i inond. The Niw Heme meni
lers li ive i'e"i iveil circular copies of the
notice of mee: igli and for tin- hem lit of
nnintialed a- u.-ll as th;1 initiated, we
i c,,llv it
liiu-'ii at- Nobie Hearken 10 our tale
: ,,f w,,e. (The X..vnei w:il think it a laic
I ot woe. wont lhe'l I'lie d.ite is I)i,n"l
! H..iia, 12tn month. 2d day, A. II. 1313.
I Winch, when nans ate. 1 into -eviry day."
I United Stati talk, means Friday, Miy
j loth, lsOH. and tlie plac : is the city ot
j New lieiue where ..nil ;s abun ti.nl an I
hot all the lime.
I This nne'ing In- bein p ci-i!!y airan
I ged for the i onve-. ienee ol the iiuregciier
i ate, and will be he'd :.it.-r the aiijnini-'
I ment of the Grand Commandei y. it will
atford an ex' r .inrdinnrv opp ntimity to
we .ry, foot--ore pilgrims to forgi t their
tria's and tribulations in tlie enjoyment ol
the inestimable rights and privileges ol
j the A A. U. N. M S.
To those who are yet outside the faith j
I we say. in the language of the 1'rophit.
! 'Moii' mi-s the ascent ol .Ml. Arro.v
1 phat ' This alone is woi th the price of"
; W.iteh ; he Sipji re tie is surely going
to impress -.nine po"i" "l) ol the de-:ert ;
i with the stern priii'-ip'es of our great and i
By permission of Ii.u-triou- Imperial
Potenate, (..'has. J, Fiild, j e itions will
be received, baliotied on, and the several j
degre.-s couf ri-ed, all at tills nu meeting.
Arouse e. therefore. Nobles get a move
on you, biiug in some ' 1 1 1 e j L " " and great
will be ynui reward. i
Full dress stree' parade at 3 p tti. Bus- 1
im ss session at. (j p. m. 1
Fifteen minute- allowed to pay dues. :
Vou may hear something drop if you
don't heed this notice
The journev a; ross the burning sands
will begin at 7 p. in. I
Aftel" tho trouble is all
over, and the j
newly created Noble-- recover
siremrth, we wdl attack the "T. B.'' (id
a itifiieictnlniit. This mums, 'lill you get
Lastly Bring your dr-.ss
and Fez. It is so ordend. W
I wont ling, t it h. ('. Maxwel
It is so yyiitun. T. It. It ibertson,
NOTKS OK TIIK lMMIItlMAOE.
The No ales of Oasis Tempie will form
the caravan at the Shrine Ha l iu Char
lotte, on the morning ol May ioth, at 5
o'clock, and proceed to the Seaboard Air
Line passenger station. The camels and
other wild animals will be allowed to
lide, as thi-.journey to New B rne is long
Sfiarp,"and'uny 3fnWc"wii'o is not promptly
on hand will simply gt t left.
If no "Simoon"' overtakes us we will
reach New Berne- that afternoon at i:20.
The return train haves New Berne at 9:20
on the morning of tne 10; li, and will ar
rive at Charlotte that niht at 1.0:20, if the
steam holds out.
Dinner a'. Wilmington going and com
ing. Camels milk at intermediate sta
tions. Start early and rvoid the rtish.
Hunt up the Committee of Arrange
ments and deposit five (free) silver
dollars to secure your round trip ticket.
D. G. Maxwell.
T. S. Franklin,
T. 11. Robertson,
Committee on Arrangements.
SWEETHEART ASD WIFE.
If sweethearts were sweethearts always,
Whether as maid or wife.
No drop would be half so pleasant,
In the mingled draft of life.
But the sweetheart 1ms smiles and blushes
When the wile has fiownsand sigh",
And the w ife's have a wrathful glitter
For the glow of the sweetheart's eye-s.
If lovers were lovers always,
The same to s-Aietbeart and wife,
Who would ch mge for a future of FXlcn
The joys of this checkered iifr
But husbands grow grave am silent,
And care on the anxious brow
Oft replace the sunsh.ne that perislnd
With the wntds of the marriage vow
, M . , ...
j Wliosc voice, ;S ot'o'd, can eh arm
! Who-e kiss, as of o!d, cm thrill.
Who has pluekid .be ro-e to lind ever
Its beauty and fn. grata e inete.i-e.
And the flush of passion is mellowed
In love's u nine i-sui"' i peace:
Who see- in the step a lightness;
W'no finds in the iorni a grace;
Who reads an unaltered bnhtn- s
Iu the witehery o' the lace.
Undimmed and uncbaiig' d. Ah, Iniqiy
1; be crowned w th such a life;
Who drinks the wife pledging tne sweet
heait. And tonsis in the sweetheart the wife.
I laid my le art beneath your fee.'
Those lightsome feet that troi
fiovvei y vv ays;
1 only asked that it might give
E'en as a blossom, springing fiom
Flings its pure odors to the morning's
Nor reckons ol i's giing ;is was
You assi d and left me, and the noon sun
. Full fi.-roe
and fervent from a brassy
. et still I waited where you passed me
. . .
v nne an tne vcr.iure w.iueieo, ana me
Stretched as a desert waste on every
Pa-Iid an'tarched, burned with a fever
But in the silent dark I ru-hed to greet
Far footfalls falt'ring on the lonely
Wounded, and fainting 'ncath their heavy
i So by the rising moon I found you
: And washed with tears and wiped with
! And poured my hoarded spikenard o'er
3 our ket.
Bucklcn's Arnica, Salve.
The Best Salve iu the world for Cnts,
Bruises, Sores, L'lcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Titter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or
'" atkttvs,,, r;.
of the Dispatch:
! To the Knit.,!-
A fie lo w.lip wsnn ner-m sin and fi-i. r.d . f
the Dispatch. I inclose vou the full text
of W. II Thompson's poem, "IIie.li Tn ,e
at Gettysburg," a part of which vou
recently published. I regard it. a
Classic l.lt of verse, a great short epic,
pre-stiming . would like to give the
spec: res of that "Gray, gigantic uhosf
the full hem fii of thi-"fine tribute. I inclose
't. A. II. T.
Hlolt TIDE AT I.KTT YSBT'IUI.
A cloud possess (I the hollow fie'd,
Tlie giibering battle's smoky shield;
Athwart the gloom ibe libtding
And liiroiigh the c'oud some horsemen
And Irom the heights the thund. r pealed.
Thou, at the brief t mmand of Lee,
Moved out lb it inatcble-s iufmlry.
'ith Picket t leading grandly doun
To rush against the muring crown
Of th.isj dnad heights of de-. iny.
Far heard above the angry guns,
A cry ncrossj the tnniult ru is
The voice that rang through Shiloh'
WOnds, And Cliiekamauga,"s Solitudes
l tie ti' rce oou: ti en. et iiig on In r s. .ns.
Ah, how the wilbeiing tempest blew
Agiinst the front Of Pettigrew !
A khain-im wind tnat worched and
Lik- that infernal tl une that fringed
The British -ijuares at Waterloo!
A thousand fell where Komp r led;
A thousand died Here Garni tt bled;
In blinding rl one ami strangling
The remnant through the bitter o
1 r ke
And cro-scd the woiks with A niis
"'(Juci.- more in Glory's van with me!"
Virginia cries to 1 nuissee,"
"We two together, come idi it may,
Shail stands upon those works to-day!''
The leddiest day in In-tory.
Brave Tennessee! Reckless the wa!
X'irgiuia heifd her comrade say:
"Close 'round this rent aud rimlled
What time she set her battle-flag
Amid the guns of Dnub'edav.
' But who shall
break the guards that
' Before the awful face of late?
I The tattered stiadards of the South
at the eaunon's
And all fur bopjs were desolate.
In Vam the TennefSeean set
His breast against ihe bavonel;
In vain Virginia charged and raged,
A tig'ess in her wrath uncng.id,
Till all the hill was red and yvet!
Above the bayonets mixed and crossed
Mi n saw a gray, gigantic ghost
liccidiug through tbe buttle clou I,
And heard across the tempest huul
The death-cry of a nation h st.
The -brave went down! Without dis
gtace They leaped to ruin's red embrace;
Tliey only heard fame's thunder
In "smtles on glory's bloody lad '.
They fell who lifted up a hand
Aud bade the sun in Heaven to stand;
Tht y smote and fell who set ihe bars
Against the progress of the stais.
And staved the march of Motherland.
They stood who siw the future come
On through the fight's delirium;
They smote and stood who held
Of nations on that slippery slope,
Amid the cheers ot Christendom!
God lives! He forged the iron will.
That clutched and held that trembling
God lives and reigns! He built and
The heights for Freedom's battle
Where floats her flag iu triumph still :
Fold up the'banners! Smelt the guns!
Love rule'! Her gentler purpose run.-!
A mighty mother turns in tears
The pages ol her battle years,
Lamenting all her fallen sons!
OUTLOOK FOR DEMOCRACY.
With a Silver Candidate and Silver
Platform Col. Carr Says We Would
Sweep the State Effect of Republi
Col. Julian S. Carr was in Ral
eigh a short time yesterday, return
ing to Durham from Southern
Pines. He expressed himself great
ly pleased with his trip.
"It was not so much, what I heird
in the convention that impressed
m.',"' he said, "but the wonderful
development of Southern Pines and
the surrounding section. The prog-
rt-ss there has been amazing. Land
i that a few vears ago went begging
at sixtv-live cents an acre now brings
from "i() to 3u. The culture of
! the grape and the peach is fast
transforming the section into a com-
! bination of vineyard and nursery.
It is already developing into a great
"How are tlie political skies!'" 1
asked the gentlemen from Durham
whose name is now so f rebucut! v i
tnentioned for (Jovernor. j
"I think the situation is clearing j
up vastly the last few weeks," he 1
replied. "Kvervbod v is more hone-1
ful and tlie Democrats are becom-
ing sanguine of success. I am
thoroughly convinced that if the
National convention at Chicago
nominates a silver candidate we will
sweep the State. And I think the
silver men wilL surely control that
convention nominate the candidate, I James Price held an informal recep
and write the platform. The chances : tion in honor of the marriage of hcrj
of the silver men controlling at nephew, Key. K. K. Knowles, of
Chicago and sweeping the State are Ottawa, to Miss Kmma Katharine
ten to seven in our favor. j Jones of New Berne, N. ('. Only a
"Another help to the Democratic few intimate friends and relations of I
party in the State is the disgraceful I the hostess were present. 'The bride, !
proceedings in the Republican con- j who well illustrates Southern beauty,
ventions now being held, the rows , looked very lovely attired in a gown
that have prevailed, and the pander- of white satin trimmed with point
ing to the negroes and loading up lace and pearls,
colored delegations, The people of j -
the State are thoroughly disgusted 1
with it all. It brings back to them
the days of bl) ana and us a
stench in the nostrils of all decent
men." Nes and Observer.
A PLEASING RECEPTION
Stewarton Church Ottawa Welcomes
Home its Minister Rev. R. E.
Knowles and Bis Bride nee Miss
Emma Katie Jones, of New Berne,
Never since its organization has
the one last night, when tho Ladies'.
Aid held a reception in honor of
their pa-dor and bin bride, Rev.
Robt. K. and MrH. Know-Ice.
The church was beautifully decor
ated wit!) flowers and the inutile
I ''1'0"1 l'le orcliegtra added much to
1 t ho pleasure of the evening, while
j the happv faces of tlie congregation
I left nothing to be denire. At Mill
i Ml", and Mrs K nr. ad nrrii-,.,1 f ru
i ,.., K.:,wr ,,,.' , ,',.,
church and Mr. Knowles congratu
lated by Mr. V. W. Stephen Kcnior
elder, and Mrs. .1. .1. Campbell,
prusident of the Ladies Aid. They
were then escorted, while Mrs. .Mil
ler, organist, played the wedding
maieh, to a place taslefiilly arrang
ed, when! they received greeting
from the congregation and friends.
It was an animated scene until a In
fell for Miss M. Stephen, represent'
iitive of the Sunday school had tires
. . . i i i - "i ... 1
oiii.cn .virs. rvnowiCH Willi an
quisite boiKpiet and Mr. .1. I!.
, ketl, the seej.iid senior elder.
reading the following address:
TIIK A lUUiKSS.
The Uev. K. K. Knowles. P.. A..
and Min. Knowles:
lear Mr. and Mrs. K'-owles:
I Sllini'iirlnn ohorid. .....I ...... ......r. .
. " e...... ,, , .m,,, Ra
tion cordially welcome vou home
from vour honeynioon and join
j many friends here and elsewhere, in
j artn congratulations on your mar
riage. While meeting yon, Mrs. Knowles
for tho lirst time, your gentle dispo
j sition is known to us, and. therefore
J as much for your sake as being; the
I wife of our esteemed minister, you
! come not to strangers, but to friends
, loyal and true. We trust the glad-
ness of this reception is hut the
commencenicnt of mutual pleasure
in each other's society, and our
prayer is that you may be long spar
ed to he a blessing to your husband
and to his people.
To yo'i, sir, our pastor and friend
we desire to express our unfeigned
gratification that yon have obtained
as your help-mate a la y, whose
ministry of love and affection will
be your guide in fulfilling the re
sponsible duties of your sacred office
anil whose presence and benign in
fluence will be the sunshine of your
In again welcoming you both, we
ask your acceptance of the accom
panying souvenir of our regard, and
with the hope that much of joy and
little of sorrow will be your portion.
We remain, yours alTectionntely.
The members and adherents of
Stevvarton Presbyterian chinch and
Ottawa, 1st May, l.s'.iO.
The gift consisted of a mahogany
cabinet, a very linn piece of work
manship, two handsome upholstered
easy chairs and a beautiful brass
mounted mahogany tea table, etc.
Jilt. K NOW I.l.s' KKI'I.Y.
The mitijater's rcjtilv wa rniriltp
tWfe'srfl'aVn 'eTi owl ng thai his peTpie H
kind ness would never be forgotten
by his wife and himself and that
this evening would always remind
him of tlie affection of his congre
gation. Immediately after Mr.
Knowles responded, Mr. ( old th ri te,
as representative of the Boanl of
Managers, had the honor of taking
Mrs. Knowles for refreshments,
while Mr. Knowles asked Mrs. S. .1.
Jarvis, 1st vice-president of the
Women's Foreign Missionary Socie
ty, and again talk, laughter and
music held sway until Mr. JIalkett,
as session clerk, intimated that he
had received some letters regretting
very much inability of tlie writers
to be present. (Jne was from the
patents of Mr. Knowles, another
from friends of many present Rev.
F. W. .mil Mrs. Fames, and several
The session clerk mentioned that
the ladies had invited the Pres
byterian ministers of the citv and !
suburbs, their wives and daughters,
and a few friends of the minister of
the church, amongst the latter be
ing Rev. Jas. Klliott and Mrs Klliott
of McLeod street Methodist church.
He expressed the pltasuro of the
congregation that so many were
present and intimated that doubt
less some of the guests would desire
to add their congratulations of those
already given. To the invitations;
Rev. W. T. Ilerridge, on behalf of
the Presbyterian ministers; Rev. ,J.
Klliott, Sir Jas. Grant, and Dr.
Iv-hlin, warmly responded and
wished all manner of good things
i for tlie happy couple and Stewarton
' church. Shortly afterwards a very
: happy and consequent! y most enjoy
: able evening was terminated by Air.
and Mrs. Knowles retiring and the
! orchestra playing "God Sava the
ueen." The Presbyterian ministers
I present were Revs. Dr. Moore, W.
J T. Ilerridge, Dr. Campbell, Dr.
: Armstrong, .Jas. Ballenttne, M . II.
' Scott, J. A. Macfarlane. .1. L
j Gonrlcv and J. D. Anderson.
Mrs. R. K. Knowles will be At :
Home to callers at the Windsor,
Hotel on the afternoons of Tuesday, ;
Wednesday and Thursday of thin ',
week. Upon its completion, Mr. '
i and Mrs. Knowles will take apart
j ments at the new hotel on the cor
nor of Hank and Gilmour. Ottawa.
( i: i7,en. i
The Toronto Saturday Night, of
May 2nd gave this item:
On Tuesday afternoon last Mrs.
vThen P.al.y was siel,-, vvn avo her Caslnria.
When sho was a CliiM, f,tnv cried tor ('aslnrla.
When stie iM-enme Miss, she elnn to 1'a.st.rla.
When she had CliiMren, sh.. j.-.e. e them Cantoria
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Or for Pitcher's Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor!
ITtie one who Said
WAS VERY CORRECT;
It ia'not only thf thlof of
t i me but tlie ack nowlelge
1 enemy of n pernon
pocket change. Ha many
people "lay oP' to liny an
article they hear c havo
until Home more conven
ient time they Ray but
when t hey make up their
mi nils to come bny it they
are often disappointed to
find the article all wold.
What we wish to itupreng
upon you is t he danperonn
practice of ... .
V hen on hear we have
it, come at ONCE 10 tho
profit of being pnncliiar
at a Hale,
Our complete line of
Is open for inspection.'
It will pay you to come at
once, before Home one clue
gets what you wanted.
Never before have wr
sdiown such a well f elect
We mention a few novcl
tieHwehave no one else
will show you.
The new thing in
Ladies Collars, 4 ply
linen, 20c, cuffs to
A white China Silk
coaching- Parasol, 98c.
A nobby pattern in
Linen Homespun, 20c.
TV you wnnt
lO 1X1 lU Ht X
Tbe l.lrycle bualneaa la growing- V
enormouHljr why not try lit na .
can buy oue wlieel, or aa many aa '
yon Ilka, anil sell your fr tail da . j
BICYCLES AT COST. 1
An order aent now en till as yoa to
a big- discount. Apply quick Ibr Ut
agency for your place. Our wbaaa i
are the blgheat grade, most raUabl 1
bicycle made to-day.
Partloulara and handsomely Ulna
trated printed matter by mall.
CAELIS rtJLTOI, KalUaata, H "
I the K i
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