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VOL. IX. NO. GT. RALEIGH, N. 0., SUNDAY, MAY 24 189 l. PKICE 5 CENTS. IT WAS NOT A JOB. MltS. HUNT It El LIES TO SUG GESTIONS THAT SHE ENGIN EERED A JOH. labor to that end. It would have been perfectly right for me to have kept copyrights or other forma of remunera tion on books thus prepared, but I did not, because I felt called to work for this education for the childhood of this ana other lands: and that hai.A Iraki She ;Ivpn An Explicit Deuial To The bo no possible ground for charges that niftrgew .Made mid Shows the Valne y labors emanated from interested ui nioiriu-iioii oi me nature and F.I- "waves ana my work hiudered thereby led ot Alcoholic Drinks In the lub- 1 declined to take the personal recom pense for my literary labors in this direc tion that was justly my due. Mv name can hfifrmnrl in th tOMCLE stated that while of books on this topic published by other the purity of her motives, houses than the American Book Com pany freely granted because such books contain the truths we desired taught and the publishers wishes them to be sustained by whatever reputation for fcuieuuno accuracy on this topic name represents. lie Schools. When the criticism wa3 made on Mrs. lli'sr tho Chronicle we believed in cire instances required that she should nuke a statement. This she has done, and it is full and shows that her motives wore pure. She writes : Special Cor. State Chronicle. Battlk Creek, Mich., May 18, 1801. I have been for tho last three weeks travelling iu one of our Western States, chaiiis'iug locality nearly every day, and, thoitfore, n ceivms my mail spasmodi cally. Certain clippings from North Carolina papers with personal allusions, which should have reached ma several diys ago, now mine to hand somewhat belated. Iu reply to these, I would say that tho statement concerning the North Carolina Temper. Elucation Law be published jug a "piece of Jobbery" emanating from Zfh Carolina pap the American Bo k Comply, is not the business went of irue. mo autnor o this assertion is misinformed as to facts and wrong as to conclusions. The American TJook Compuiy had tiothiui? whatever to do with my efciria for that legislation, and, as fr hh l know, they had no iutimation that the law wis proposed until after it was enacted. Not a Hook Agent. I am not an agent of the American Hook Company, nor in any sense or iu any way in their employ, nor of any other publishing house, nor of any one or of any thing, in this matter save my own convictions, and my desire to save my cou-jtry from the horrors of intem perance, through teaching its future ci tiz -us iu the p astio period of childhood ia tho schools, to abhor strong drink. I have no personal linaacial interest in bonks on this topic issued by tho Amer ican lljok Company nor by aoy other pjblLshin house Tin- Et'KMation of Thirty-Five Mate aiul ttir ational Uofigie Not Par tie to a Hook Job. A great national and international so ciety of representative Christian woman called tho Woman's Chrititn Temper, ancu Union phare my convictions on this subject. As the result of our united ef forts, laws rt quiring the study of Scien ' title or Physiological Temperance have boon enacted iu thirty-five States, in eluding N. C, and by the National Con gress for all the Territories, the District of Columbia, and other schools under national control. Thero is not a feature of tho North Carolina law that canaoi bo found iu Mmiliar statutes enac ed by t ha National Congress or by other .States. Therefore, if the North Caro Una laws is a "piece of j ibbjry'' the" all these other laws are also, for the) were secured by the same instrumentali ty and for the pamo purpose. Tiie idea that the Woman's Christian Temperanc3 Union or I, their repre fonUtiv.) in their educational wbrk, have b)en able to inveigle the National Congress aid all these Legislatures into en:ictiug laws that they, the W. C. T. U., or 1 might t'noie'jy make money on the s lie ot books is preposterous. As well claim that the religious journal, the minister, missionary, or Sauday School my STATE MEDICAL CONVENTION. The Piosramrae of the 38th Annni Session at Asheville. The Convention of North Caroiina doctors will meet at Asheville Tuesdav. May 28th. First Day's Programm. Dr. M. A. Fletcher, Chairman of Com mittee of arrangements, will call to or der at 10 a. m. Rav. C. W. Byrd will offer prayer. Hon. Richmond Pearson will deliver the address of wfilefimo which will be responded to by Dr. L J. Picot, of Littleton. Dr. R. II. Lewis, the President of the society, will deliver the Presidents address, Committees will be appointed and reports will be made. Dr. W. H. Harrell will make report of Section on Practice; Dr. J. W. Long will give introductory remarks on Prac tical Urinalysis; Dr. T. F. Wood will de liver an address on "Ehrlich's Typhoid Test;" Dr. R. Lee Payne, Jr.,on "The Im portance of Urinalysis in the Diagnosis of Obscure Diseases;" and Dr. Karl von Ruck on "The Present Statu? of Pulmo nary Tuberculosis." At night Dr. T. E. Anderson will read the Annual Essay on "The Evolu tion of Surgery." Second Day's Session-Wednesday. From 9 till 10 a. m , Dr. J. W. Long will give Demonstrations of Practical Urinalysis in the Society Hall. Report of Chairman of Section on Sur gery, Dr. O. McMulleu; "The Present Status of Intra-eranial Surgery," Dr. J. M. Baker; at 12 m., the State Board of Health will meet in conjoint session with the Society; report of Chairman of Sec tion on Obstetrics, Dr. W. P. Whitting ton; report of Chairman of Section on vni!Oloerv. Dr. J. W. Liona! "Infl-im. j nj t - o 1 - - mitiou ot the Uterine Appendages," Dr. W. P. Whittington; "Intra-uterine The rapeutics," Dr. S. D. Booth; "APieafor Female Hygiene and Couservatism iu Gynecology," Dr. G. W. Purefoy; report of Chairman of Section on Materia Me- dica, Dr K. M. Ferguson. At the evening session the programme is tho "Annual O a'lon, by Dr. L G Bronghton." Dr. BiOUihton is too sick THE CROP OUTLOOK. THE WEATHER CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN VERY FAVOR ABLE. The Stand of Cotton and Corn is Poor Favorable for Transplanting To baccoWheat and Oat Crops In Fair Condition. The reports of correspondents of the Weekly Weather Crop Bulletin, issued by the N. C, Experiment Station and State Weather Service for the week end ing Friday, May 22d, 1891, show the weather conditions during the Dist week croP3 Dave improved very much, except have been very favorable, and that crops ST1 alco"? iQ , he path itne combe county Good growing weather. Tobacco late. Prospects for corn and wheat fair. Hickory, Catawba county Cotton did not come up very well. Clover doing well. Season was very fine during last week. China Grove, Rowan county Cool weather has hindered sprouting and growth of cotton. Bad stand. Some planting over. Others plowing up and planting in earn. 'Three last days sunshine sreatlv inmroved THE ODD FELLOWS' OHPII4N, HOME. h Dulaney & Co's. Rooks. When the North Carolina Legislative Committee on Eiucanou at Major Fin ger's suggestion, asked me questions about books, publishers and prices, that Committee will remember that I told them that I knew little or nothing about the business side of these text books that are on our lists as indorsed by us. I did not know then that the Dulaney books could not be so:d in North Caro lina and only know it now from Major Quateuiciiu 111 L lie papers. As 1 am not the business agent of these houses it was perieciiy legitimate that 1 should not have known that fact. A bjok on our lists simply implies that for doctrine and general educational merit we commend it. It is a little surprising that in the in terview reported with Major Finger that no mention is made of other books thu comply with the law published by other houses b3sides Dulaney & Co., and the American B)ok Company as though these last are all. Right at One Point. The Biblical Recorder is right as to my interest in the enforcement of this law. With the same earnestness that I plead for its enactment, and from the s ime motives, namely, that the children of North Carolina may be intelligently to be present. warned! and saved trom thraldom of Third Day's Session---Thursday. strong drink, l now hope that no mis- From 9 till 10 A. M.. Dr. J. W. Long representation or misconception will will give Demonstrations of Urinalysis misieau me panies entrusted witn tne in the Societv Hall. enforcement of this law from the real Report of Chairman of Section on An- question at iss ie-the duty.ot selecting atomy and Physiology, Dr. W. A. Gra- ne books that contain the topics the Uw requires taught. A Wise Investment. Educational statististic prove that GO per cnt. of the children in the public schools never go oeyond the primaries and that less than 5 per cant, ever reach i he high school. Therefore, the great majority of the "poor people of North Caroiina" will have to buy but one, or at most two books, cn this topic and thae inexpensive primary ones. If lb OS'. b uks are so wisely selected that they warn the child studying them iganst all forms of alcoholic drink, it Mil bj the wisest iuvc-tment that any parent could ma'e, saving in the end both money and the cbiid. Mary II. Hunt. below the particularly deficiency in State during: ham ; Report of Chairman of Section ou Path ology and Mircroscopy, Dr. Albert An derson : "The Microbe," Dr. N. B. Herring ; Report of Chairman of Section on Ti.e- rapeutics, Dr. W. U. Wilson; Report of Chairman of Section on State Medicine and Medical Jurispru dence, Dr. J. M. Taylor ; New efficers installed. Appoiutment of Cnairmen of Sections for 1892. Voluntary Reports of Cases, Exhibi tion of Specimens, etc. Asheville doctors and citizens will give them a great time, including an excur sion to Hot Springs and a banquet. have generally improved somewhat as well as the spirits of the farmers. Occa sional showers fell during the week, which were very beneficial, but the rainfall was below the average and more rain is needed, especially in the Eastern district. The temperature has been average, the nights being too cool. The temperature for the the week amounts to over zu degrees- As regards the con dition of crops, it will be seen that re ports are unanimous as to the poor stand of cotton, and generally also of corn. Many farmers have had to replant cot ton, and some are doing it now; others are plowing up land and planting corn or peas instead of cotton. In fact, farmers are suffering from undue haste in planting ou soil not fully prepared. The week was very favorable for trans planting tobacco, in which rapid prog ress Las been made. There are no complaints about scarcity of plants The wheat and oat crops are reported in fair condition. Warm weather, es pecially warm nights, are greatly needed, with occasional showers. Ilemarks of Special Correspondents Eastern District. Wilmington, New Hanover county Weather Lig ily favor able. Truekers and farmers made most of opportunity. Rain needed Wash ington, Beaufort county Nights cool, days not warm enough to cause germi natiou of cotton. Enzibeth City, Pas quotank county Still dry. Stand of cotton irregular, some fields replanted Potato bugs rampant. Cabbage mar keted, but price low. Weldon, Halifax county Nights cool. Cotton coming up slowly and looking badly. Rainfai. Special Cor. to State Chronicle l At the recent meeting in Oxford, N C of the Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. on th' 14th day of May, A. D. 1S91, the f oil ing resolutions were adopted: "Whereas, The Indipendent Order of nV.r t h r ii k imProvtu Odd Fellows, realizing the necessity prospects. Lodo, Mecklenburg county ' ,rT uccesy of Generous rains 19th. Too cool for cot establishing an Orphans Home where the ton. Fully one half cotton planted over children of our deceased indigent breth- in consequence of the damage by the re- ren may be cared for, and believing that cent hail and cool weather. Dallas, Gas the good people of the State will asnitt iuu u juuijr txcenent weeK, ana an us us m mia uuuio uaueriasing; there- rore oe it "Resolved, That J. F. Bruton, C. D Beabow, Jonathon White aud'w.'c' Douglas, iD conjunction with the present Board of Trustees, ba constituted a Special Committee for selecting a site for said Orphan Hom9. "Resolved, Tnat said Committee i9 ueiewjr lurcoicu nnu iUll power to I prescribe Simmons Liver Regulator, and it deserves all the praise it receives Dr. D W. Atkinson, Siloam Springs, Aik. NEW DUCTOIfS. study of the to make Not te.tc ur who urg"8 tho p., bio h uuMite.l by a desird i.n .ey oa tho sale of Bibles. The Mother 1 North Carolina, the American Hook Com puny Asked lor the Law. Tun Women's Christian Temperance I'uion, of North Carolina, last year de tiitdto petition their Legislature, in s-s-M'm last winter, for this Temperance lvlucition law. They circulated through iiu' tho State petitions for the same, whioli petitions they presented to the L gisltture, bearing the signatures of thousands of N rth Caronlina citizens, VKiu for the law. They invited me, t'i-ir nation tl representative, to come I ) lUleigh, and in their behalf to pre etit tho argument for the law to the Committee on Elucitioa. At much p.Tsot)l i .emveuience, I went, just as 1 Invn tfono to other States before for a like purpose. I ivc Dill -rtit Houses Publish Hooks W itti .ne 1'ourtri I'hier Jsp ice (iiven to 1Y in ieru uce Matter. Tho facts concerning the nature of a'cho'iolicdriuksand narcotics and their tlfoeti ou the human system cannot be state I in lei thiu oae fourth the space giviiu to the relitive physiology and by W.i th-u U puiuoIj t) bj taught in primary or intermediate grades or in less turn twenty ni in tho hih-school hoik. Jherefore, that amount of tem-p.-ranco matter is specified iu the laws ti this topic of many States, including North Carolina. Tho fact that books of virioui grades complying with this sped Jlntionaro piiblhdd by four different h mse-i not including the Americtn Book c traany, or Dulaney & Co., is positive proof that there is iu this clause no evi d 'ticiof legislation in tho turerests of et of hriw-.i r of one uublishiner er .u 1st a ken conclusion. or of the Biblical Recorder r.nnou sKitiousiLY keaten. The lortuinter at (Jreenville Assaults Editor Whichard. Col. F. A. O.ds seads the following news to the Charlotte Chronicle: A letter to-day from Greenville, N. C, says a desperate fight occurred there vesterdav between J. J. Perkins, the mm postmaster, and editor D. J. Whichard, of the R fl ctor. It grew out of the publicatiou by that paper of an ar tide in which it was said no stamps could be had at the postoffice there after four p m., and that the authorities at Washington ought to ba notified. Whichard was at the post office yesterday and Perkins assaulted him. The editor is a small man, rer kins a large and nowr ful one. The lat ter held Whichard wi u one arm around the neck while with ihe other hand he dealt him blows, Whichard says with a stamD canceller or a knife, on the head People separated them. Whichard's injuries are reported to me as serious The assault has provoked a great deal of indignation against Perkins Which ard, who is the telegraph operator, is disabled. There has been a lamentable increase of what are known as "cutting affairs" in Pitt county. The Hoard Will Meet at Asheville to Make a New Crop of Doctors. Dr. W. U. Whitehead, President of the Board of Medic. il Examiners of the State of North Carolina, was in the city yesterdayen route for Asheville to be ready to examine tne applicants tor license to practice medicine. He say that it is expected that a large class will present themselves for examination. The fallowing compose the Bjard: Dr. W. H. Whitehead, President, of Bittle boro; Dr. G. W. Long, of Graham; Dr. R. S Young, of Concord; Dr. G. G. Thomas, of Wilmington; Dr. G. W. Purefoy, of Ashevill- ; Dr. R. L. Payue, Jr., of Lexington; Dr. L. J. Pico' t, Sec retary, of Littleton. Don't siuken people breath of yours. Take Regulator. with that bad Simmons Liver M University Couimencemeat. (Special Cor. State Chronicle). Cuapel Hill, N. C, May 23, 1891. W. A. Turk, G. P. A., has agreed to have on the line3 under his charge commutation rates to the Univers ty Commencement from May 29.h, in orde tha.t visitors mav have ODDOrtunity to hear the baccalaureate sormon by Rev. Dr. W. W. Mo ore on Monday morning, and the Memorial Address on Dr. Man gum bj Mr. Jo3ephu3 Daniels on Mon day afternoon, May 31st. It is hoped that other lines will do tho same. priaclpJiir that 5o from a pn face of Temperance V I in the Uuion Se Physiologies the H'utement that "thes2 books have been more or less prepared and wholly super vUud by Mrs. Mary II. Hunt,' and from that jiimps to the mistaken conclusion thtf I am therefore in the pay of the publishers of the same. Tne facts in the rise about the bDoks on this topic are .J follows: The Science of Temperance was a new branch and its school literaiure unpre pared when the first laws requiring its : dy wire enacted eight and one-balf ; ara ago. If the study was to ba pur r :d, well graded text books were as nec iry as spelling books or readers. A t amount of work and money had rbQ expanded by somebody in or r to secure such , a literature at is reliable. I make "no apology for ,ving expanded my time, money and Liberty Academy Commencement. Col. Jno. N. Staples, of Greensboro, will deliver the literarv address, at Lib- ertv Academy May 28th. Rev. W. E. Swain, of Winston, will preach the annual sermon May 27th. There are 247 student? on the roll of this prosper ous school for the present year. To the Justices ot the Peace of Wake County. Special Cor. State Chronicle 1 New Hill, N. C, May 20, 1891. At our meeting at the court house, the fiist Monday in June next, we will b3 called upon to fill some vacancies in the uoara of Cour.ty Commi-sioners. Ihe com missioner's office is very important. They have charge of the finance of the county, therefore we should ba very careful whom we elect enougn so, at least, to ba sure to elect men who are citizens of this county and avoid pay- rn .so much mileage. There is no good r. a -on for members -citizans ot tms c mQtyta charge the county with tram 100 to 210 miles1 travel in going to ami from tne court house to attend one monthly meeting And, too, let us hav an eye to the business ca oacitv of the men we elect Good busi ness men with the interests of the county at heart could attend to the business ot tho coun'y iu less lime than from five to eight or ten days each month, if they wnnld work llKe Otner ousius men from six to eight hours per day It we will observe the above, we in ay save tue county considerable expense. Lconomy i a Democratic pnncipi?. -th.mj county ought not to pty any moie tor a pound of cotlee than l ao." F. S Booth. Eupepsy. This is what you ought to have in fact, you must have it, , to fully enjoy liffl. Thousands are searching for it daily, and monrning becaute they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dol lars are sDent annually by our people in the hope that they may attain this boon. And vet it mav be had" by all. We guar antee that Electric Bitters, if used ac cording to directions and the use per- Just as sure as the sun sets, tine will cure your headache. Bralvro Elon College Commencement. (Special Cor. State Chronicle.) Elon College, N. C , May 23. -Will you please state in your paper that re duced rate3 have been secured from the Assodated Railways of Virginia and the Carolinas for all who attend the com- 3rd mencement of Eion College, Junt UUIUiU l 1 I , ,A j , j sisted in. will bring you Good Digestion Tickets to be on sale June- 2nd and good and oust the demon uvsnepsia ana in stall instead Eupepsy. We recommend Electric Bitters for Dyspeysia and all dis eases of Liver. Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and $1.00 per bottle by John Y. McRae, druggist. to return on the 0:h. ihe roaas in elrded above are the Atlantic Coast Line. Piedmont Air Line, Seaboard Air Line. Very Respectfully, W. S. Long. i . : l ri... i . 1- o i ii luuues. oiacKmau s iuius, oauip son county -Bid stand cotton and corn. S me farmers replanting cotton. Tem perature too low. Clinton, Sampson county t'On all up; bad stand cotton and torn. Cr-'ips in good condition for growingjQOw. Burgaw, Pender county -Rain last iridny, now very dry. Bad stand of m"st cr ps. Fruit faliing off trees. Black Creek, Wilson county Prospects tor cotton crop gloomy. Stand poor, plants uuhealthy. Some farmers replanting (20 ch) Most of the tobacco plants h ive beea replan-ed. Corn aver- age. seoiiami iNec-K, na,niax county Rain of last week has tx;en beuehcial to crops. Cool weather has destroyed much of good effect. Stand of cotton aud corn bad, almost impossible to get good staud of cotton now. Central District. Leota, Chatham county Bad stand cotton, done plant ing. Wheat nearly in mil head, looking well. Oats not so good. Yield of figs poor. Salem, Forsyth county We k vtry favorable for crops. Good rains 19th aud 20th. Excellent season for transplanting tobacco plan s. Oik Ridge, Guilford county Much tobacco has been transplanted. Louisburg, Franklin county Little cool. Cotton slow coming up. Corn not doing much Wheat and oats average. Tobacco very well. Spout Springs, Harnett county All crops been too hastily planted, con sequently good deal of replanting to be done. Some rain, which was b3neficial. Corn half a stand. Poplar Hill, Anson county Week mor3 favorable. Cool nights retarded cotton, stand about half, still comiDg up Lexington, Davidson county Had heavy rain here 20th, washing land and beating down Urge wheat. Cotton and corn doing well. Season fine for transplanting tobacco. Burlington, Alamance county To bacco being rapidly set. Wheat and oats fine. Corn and garden stuff backward. Macon, Warren county Too cool for cotton, plants not healthy and dying. Some farmers replanting. Smithfield, Johnston county Worst stand in ten years. ' Some farmers re planting. Bad stand of corn. Gardens looking well. Wheat and oats poor. Selma, Johnston county Stand cotton poor. Rains would do good. Auburn, Wake county Most favorable week yet had, though too coul. Warm nights needed. Raleigh, Wake county Cot ton coming up fairly well, not all up yet. Strawberries very abundant. Clayton, Johnston county Cotton com ing up and dying. Oat crop fine and growing f ist. Nted rain. Albin, Gran ville county Mere than half the to bacco transplanted. Oa's and wheat improved by timely rains. Bad stand corn. Gardens backward. Big Lick, Stanley county Farmers replanting cotton and corn. Saxon, Rockingham county Splendid lains much improved couditiou of wheat and oats. Many thonsands of tobicco plants trans planted. Laurenburg, KicLmond coun ty But little improvement in crops th's week Early planted couuj inucn me best. Western Disirict. Lmco n'on, Lnn- ... . . i coin county heat tair, oats not gooa Rain having hue eriect on an ciopi. Cleveland, Rowan county Cotfia tot a i c fii.mr..3 nl'.nttiiiT nri'ti m. stead cf cotton. Spring cropa trom tea to two weeks late. Shelby, Cleveland county P;enty of rain. All ctops doing well. Pineville, Mecklenburg county Poorest stand of cotton I have seen in several years. Farmers genetlly look ing rather gloomy. Mt. Pleasant, Ca barrus county Cotton is slow incoming up. Soms farmer?, poiog up and re planting. Ruthcrfordton, Rutherford county -Several good rains have had favorable tfl!:ct. Catawba, Catawba nonntv Stand of cotton poor. JNum- mres wide. Cotton that bad not come up that date is coming plentifully. The people generally are in good spirits and woiking with all their ability. King's Mountain, Cleveland county Weather favorable. Cotton will be late, cool 1 . i. . ! - V. 1 ' j. 1 - A. I . Z i- W. n vxwrww 1 TAO n A 1 . come up in many fields. Wheat, oats I be the decision of a majority of the com- and corn doing well. Iron Station, Lin mitteem the muter of location shall be coin county Very poor stand of cotton final, and not subject to any appeal, so far. Wht at considered fine. States- ''Resolved, That this Committee, vil'e, Iredell county Wheat and oats with as little delay as practicable. brcvwJ looking fine. Cotton and corn needing to carry out the design contemplated bv warmor weather. these resolutions, and in no event shnnin their action ba delayed longer than ninety days after the adjournment of this Grand Communication of the Grand Lodge." In accordance with the requirement of the foregoing resolutions, we, the Special Committee, appointed for the purpose expressed therein of locating the Orphan Home at a suitable place in the State, will meet in Raleigh on Wednesday' July 81 1891. " We believe that the place which is successful in becoming the site of the proposed Orphan Home will find it a valuable acquisition, and we respectfully invite bids for the same to be promptly submitted, accompanied with such dona tions in money, land, or other valuable considerations, as might properly have weight in bringing the minds of the Committee to a wise determination of the important duty committed into their hands by the afortsaid resolutions. All bids should be submitted to A. H. A. Williams, Chairman, at Oxford, N. 0., which bids will ba presented by the Special Committee for their decision, which Special Committee will meet in Raleigh on the 8th day of July, 1891. The names of the Special Committee are herewith appended. A. U. A. WilliaJlS. C. B. Edwards, N. Jacobi, J.-F. Bruton, Jonathan White, C. D. Benbow, W. O. Douglas, Committee. May 20, 1891. A SEASIDE VILLA. A'JIagnificient Cottage by tht Sea A (ioldsboro Nin, Who is a Balti more Drummer, the Owner. Goldsboro Argus. Mr. W. S. Chadwick, President of the A. & N. C. R. R , was in our city re cently on his returu from Boston, where he has been in the interest of the rail -ay, which under his administration is making a marvellous showing. Mr. Chad wick is fully apprised of an im provement which ha3 baen a perfect transformation scene in his town, Beau fort. List summer he purchased for ilr. John R. Morris, of Goldsboro, the Lowenberg estate, in Beaufort. The place at the time was a wreck, but Mr. M.orns properly regarded the site as the finest on the Atlantic coast; the no us 3 being situated but 150 feet from the old Atlantic Hotel, immediately in front of the sea, without intervening marshes. Iu addition to the purchase money, Air. Morris has spent nearly $2,- 000 iu restoring and adorning. Several Northern people have pronounced the piacj oneot the most charmiug seaside cottages on the Atlantic coast. Thr houe, including kitchen, dining room and finished apartment iu cellar, con tains seventeen rooms. It is a fact, that the breeze is so constant at this point 1 hat :.o such pestiierous insects as mos quitoes, house or sand flies were evei known on the place. To secure a modification of glare from water ano sand, tue house is paiuted iu sombre colors. From the front door, over tht IR. JENKINS MiKES A STATE SI EST. He Asks the Public to Hearing. (live Him a sound, is a bridge proj cting 23 : feet to i pier htad and a bith house. The bal ustraeles and stanchious are of dressed timbers, painted white, with maroon railing. The bath house, a little gem,L paiuted iudeep olm3, maroon trimmings, with a snow-white roof surmounted with a small crim.-oced ventilator. The bridge is private to the occupants of the nouse. From the p dutwoeie intersect ed by the street walkway lurther ap proach is impossible excepting through a doorway ia front of a walled device guarding the bridge against iutrusion. A cistern at the back door, with a new tiiterer and modern appliances for supplying, will hold 6,000 gallons of rain water. Mr. Morris sajs that he dees not want to sell, but will rent, pre ferring, however, to let for a private cot tage; but would lease for hotel purpose.- providing the renter knows how to keep a q jio , elegant house. He has already deeiined several applications, and, if he cannot fi;id the right tenant, he will close the AoCi until he desiies it for p3r sonal use. The tdi-or of The Argus is familliar with this property. From the upper porch tne finest oct an scene on the At !a'itic coast greets the eje. Without an obstruction before the vision the billows capering frjin the sea, break against the headland of the Fort B.tnks; and between this point and Shackleford's Banks every incoming or oepcrting sail win do pre sented in charming perspective to the iounsers on the porticoes of the delight ful villa. Mr. Morris left the property in charge of Messrs W. S. Ch.id.vick & Co, ol Beaufort, and these g'jntlemeu will take pleasure in showing the plac3 to those Mr. 11. T. Jenkins, of Henderson, was in Rileigh yesterday. He has been re leased from jiil under the decision of the Supreme Court, lit requested the Ohroniole to give spaca to the follow mg card: A Card. Raleigh, N O., May 23 I regret exceedingly that so many have settled the matter between Burgwyn and my self before we could get hold of his books of original entry, we will move uext week befure Judge Whitaker to get a referee appointed and I can assure .'he public that my position will be main tained and that 1 will recover every dol lar due me without taking advantage of any technicalities. II. T. Jenkins. The Chronicle gives this statement to he public. We have already published the card of Detective Hall. who may wish to examine the prooertv, or they will answer correspondence con cerning the same. - Rated Land Sale Greensboro, N. C. For the above occasion tb.3 Richmond & Danville Railroad will sell tickets to Greentboro, N. C. and return at follow ing rates from points named. Tickets on sale from points within 100 miles May 26th and 27th, over 100 miles May 26th, 1891; all tickets limited re turning May 23th. From Charlotte, S4 80;Winston-Salem $1G5; Durban, f2 95; Rileib, $4 30; Selma, S5 40; Goldsboro, $6.10; Hender son, 5 00. Rites Irom intermediate points in same proportion. Convention at New to meet in EPz- The Episcopal Berne has adi mrnel heth Citv next May. A. J. DaRossett was reelected Treasurer, and Henry R. Bryan, Chancellor. . '- Hates to the Northern Settlers Conven tion, Raleigh, . C. For above occasion the Richmond & Danville railroad will sell low rate rojnd trip tickets to Raleigh, N. C, and return May 25th to 27th inclu,ive, limited re turning May 31st, 1881. Gored to Death by a Hall. f Alamance Gleaner. Our correspondent from Southwest Alamance alludes briefly to the sad and horrible death of Mr. Madison Clapp, of Patterson's township- 'Esq. Sylvester Spoon, whose farm adjoins that of Mr. Clapp, tells us that on last Saturday afternoon Mr. Clapp went into the field where he kept his bull. The animal at tacked him and bore him to the earth. No one was near or within hearicg to render help. Mr. Clapp tried to make tome resistance which only serve! to hPist. Br some me2S he caught the bull in the eye ana inflicted ach pain a to cause him to quit his att-asjurhea Mr Clapp crawled over the fenctTP?.he" nre was picked up 4 lira Qnfi ariofi n xf 'CAJW 1 was summanea at once, buttheiina? : m i. i i -w . was too serious ior numan skul it wai found that the animal had forced one ot his horns almost directly through th body of the nnfortuu ite man, 80 much so that the braise from it was to besaen oa the back. Besides this the body wu awfully bruised. Mr. Clapp died on Sun day morning, being ia hia 74th jear ' - A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap ping paper, but it saved her life. She Si, -I a. Bocklen's Arnica Salve. 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