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,1 h9 t. iioliOMON, Manager. IS 00 , v Jfl Months 3 Oo fAai-1" -- 150 kbr '"-tfM.v,iiwiti- 'ne vearti.OO. IP. 1 save Paying Doctors' I Bills & BOTAHIO S BLOOD BALM r Ob THE GREAT REMEDY 2 r-5 ALL BLOOO AND SKIN DISEASES - js ' " I .. . !!ii.riti(flily tfstiil ly i-ni- T f , ' ; ' v - i ,M!lK Mini tll Jn'opliJ A h;. mm iirrr inns m v ki ami ixTiiuuiootly i.rr.. L'LCERS, ECZF.J.1, iS - Vl :'-'. PIMPLES, ERUP1IGNS. P " rrt" . r rf F.ATINO. PVTiKAWNU pni (9 4 ' ' , .IS. Iiiviiriiilily oinw tin- nioi't ... iliwu-fH if oiri'i'i ii. us nre fn- Sf t , i i fir boUlu, G bollks fur ii. lor a 5 w" tlO.D BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. c) RETREAT. um of Dclicaci'cs. saloon of Mr. Cha. Bretseh, : :-'.iyetteille - f t he mot popular reports In v. -A the FeHscn progresses ;.. ' wrefct rush for the splendid . : :1 varittits. In fcuddlen 1b the BAKERY ,.,.e -: cnkes, pies, c, can h .::! lire. Candles, irulta and a pn-tusion. -K I'.C E I V K D vill, 1893 The State Chronicle. YOL XII. The Status In Cuba. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, May 2.- -The State Department is ignorant officially of the reported insurrectionary move ment in Cuba. Nothing bearing on the subject has been received by the Department from the Spanish legation in Washington for several months, and no recent communica tion concerning the matter has come from the United States Diplomatic or Consular offices. Assistant Sec retary Adee believes the movement is nothing more than a renewal of the Banditti system which offers many opportunities in wild and un settled portions of the island. The latest news in regard to the insurrection is that the rebels are now between Puerto Doel Harbor, on the northeast coast of Cuba and Manati. Seven columns of troops are in pursuit. The troops are be ing supported by two Spanish ships of war off the coast. Up to date not a single encounter has taken place between the government troops and rebels. It ia rumored that the rebels propose to surren der if they are guaranteed that tneir lives will be spared. Boxi-! 1 LOliJDA Oranges. We have fcr mm ORANGES -::'i) to the box. Jl FERRALL -G UOCERS 'i'i-i rWYETTT.VILLK ST. II THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Ar- I. Ci & It i n, STRONACH S, Another Indictment Against KtHtwIne. By Southern Associated Press. The grand jury of the United States court, which has been in ses sion for several weeks investigating the embezzlement from the Gate City National Bank, adjourned to- 1 4 ... 1 I 1 . aay. ainomer inaictment was found against Lewis Iledwine, the defaulting Cashier. This is the third true bill fcund and ,charges mm witn embezzling $108,148. No other indictments were found ex cept those against lied wine. This sets at rest all rumors involving the other bank officers and people out- siae oi tne bank. Drouth In Texas. By Southern Associated Press. Galyestox, May 2 Specials to tne JNews for the past ten dajs re L 1 1 -l . puru general aounaant rams throughout the State except in southwest Texas, where the drouth is still protracted, as appears bv the following from Havana: The drouth is as bad as last year. Cotton eo far is in a bad state throughout the whole country. RALEIGH, N. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1893." TO ESCORT THE REMAINS. AUVFRTISINC; 1 Sqn.ve 1 time 1 .r quale l month l4 Column 3 montha H Colamn 1 year HATES. I 100 SCO 30 00 100 00 NO. 00. I THE D WIS KUNKBiL CORTEGE TO BE MET AT THE STATE BORDER LINE. Gov. Carr Calls Upon President K. D. Hall of the North Carolina Confed erate Veterans' Association to Meet the Remains and to Appoint Aides. His Excellency Gov. Carr yester addressed the following letter to Gen. E. D. Hall: State or N. C. Executive Dept. Raleigh, May 2, 1893 Gen E. D. Hall, Commanding N. C. Confederate Veteran Association, Wilmington, N. C: Dear Sir: Arrangements have at last been made in regard to having the remains of President Jefferson Davis lie in state in the city of Ral eigh for three hours on the 29th of May, and it is desired that the occa sion be marked by such ceremonies as will be in keeping with the dig nity of this Commonwealth, that the last mark of respect shown shall be equal to the love and esteem in which his memory is still held bv the survivors of the "Lost Cause." To this end, I have the honor to re quest that you appoint as your aids to meet the funeral cortege at the border line of the State and accom pany it to the city of Ralsigh and thence escort the remains to Rich mond, as many rembers of your Association as you see proper. If this is not practicable, will you then appoint two sets of aides from amcng your number, one set to ac company the remain, through the State and to Richmond, the other to act as aides in the city of Raleigh in escoi ting the remains from the depot to tne Uapitol and return. I leave the matter of arrange ments in detail to your own good judgment and ask you to communi cate to me as speedily as possible your action in the matter. I have the honor to be, sir, Very respectfully, Elias Carr, Governor. English Papers oil the World's Fair. By Cable. Losdox, May 2 The English newspapers devote an unwonted amount of space to the opening of the World's Fair at Chicago, and their leading articles on the subject express hearty good will toward the enterprise and hope for its suscess. The Daily News publishes a special dispatch three columns in length describing the opening of the fair. worth :rc. Uii'innia full 16 oz. bottle. I''- worth 15c 1 h'Hiit-J Currants. worth 20c : i.i'i 4-t'rown lla'sina. ' worth lfc ' i1 I'rio.l Ontn.'H, Mhs for lr.e. " -worth 20c v ".: nun Dried Teaches ' -1 1 worth l.r)c ; l.'.nporHted Apples. - V worth 2"c vh. orated Peaches," Pears ''.'1 Nectarines. ; ' I ' KI MEATS worth 2fc 1.' :.u and Tongue J-lb Tins. ,- worth 35c and Chicken - J-lb Tins. 1::. WORTH 20c. "' h Honey Dew Prunes, ' iiig or Cooking. WORTH 50c. : i' t Line Hand Made. '.-am Ron Pons. Will Continue to gerve. By Southern Associat ed Press. Washington, May 2. Theodore Roosevelt will continue to serve as a member of the Civil Service Com mission. Immediately after Cleve land's inauguration Roosevelt sent him his resignation, but it is under stood that the President has now requested Roosevelt to withdraw it and continue in hia place on the Commission, which he will do. Attempted to Kill a Conductor. By Southern Associated Press. Huntington, W. Va , May 2 Albert WTatts, the Wayne county desperado, attempted to kill Con ductor Jones, who runs the passen ger train on the Kenova division of the Norfolk and Western Railroad, while the train was at Ferguson station, but the conductor made him desist in his efforts. Watts' friends, who are toughs, tiied to take the train and made threats that they would. The company therefore placed guards on the same and will give the gang the best of it should they endeavor at any time to carry out their intentions. TO THWABl SCALPERS. A Ticket Dater Inrentea by a Savannah Man to Prevent Erasures. Savannah News. For a long time railroad men have been endeavoring to get a ticket dater and punch which would successfully thwart all attempts of ticket scalpers to erase or alter the date for the purpose of extending the time for which a ticket is sold. Such a dating stamp has at last been invented, and the originator is a Savannah man, Mr. Freemen, who is at the head of the Central railroad auditing department. Mr. Freeman has filed his caveat with the United States commissioner and with it an application for patent right The stamp is similar to an ordi nary stamp, with the addition that at the same time it stamps on the ticket the name of the station, rail road and date of sale. It cuts through the cardboard the limiting dates in such a manner that it is impossible to change them without destroying the ticket altogether. The two boys, however, haye been prominently identified with the revolutionary movement and have been under Spanish surveill ance for several montht. Reports of uprisings throughout aiBiricts oi Jiianzaniilo. Holguin, "l ... i. i T" m vxuauiausmo ana ias runas are being received. A council of war was called by the Captain General on the night of April 27, and yesterday he issued an order declaring the Province of Santiago de Cuba in a state of siege. Orders have been issued detach ing troops from every available point. They are being sent east ward to check the uprising which is now becoming general, appar ently in keeping with the previous arrangements of the leaders. Throughout Havana, Matanzas and neighboring cities regular troops are marching in the streets and drilling constantly. Militia have been pressed into service and extra guards placed around all pub lic buildings. The steamer Tillaverde, which was not to have sailed for several days, was despatched yesterday with a battalion for Nuevitas. Troop3 who have been following bandits in this vicinity have been ordered to Manzanillo. The cutter Magallanees will sail from Santiago de Cuba for Gibara, on the north coast, where she will remain to in-' tercept the larvl of any filibuster ing expedition. Th6 situation is. considered by authorities and the public press as serious and all available govern ment forces are being centred in the Vuelta Arriba. IN A SEA OF MUD. THE WORLD'S KAin viw.t,,,,. STRUGGLED YESTERDAY. But the Sun Shone Brlgntly and All Will goon Be In Order at the Great Exposition. By Southern Associated Press. Chicago, May 2. Bright sun shine and a clear sky made the big white World's Fair buildings at tractive to look upon this morning. When the gates opened a thin stream of visitors passed through, whichswelled to a steady current of humanity as the forenoon wore on. The early comers were consid erably jostled and pushed around by men removing the debris and other evidences of yesterday's open ing. The roads were a sea of mud stirred up by the feet of thousands who gathered yesterday. Director Burnham says the roadways will be asphalted within a week. Then in stead of clinging mud, there will be the smooth even surface which will turn the water into the Bewers, and with it whatever mud may ac cumlate. The estimated attendance yester day, paid and free, wao about three hundred thousand. The Fresulent Returns to Washington. By Southern Associated Press. Waseisgton, May 2. Promptly at 5:55 this afternoon, nn EborlMln time, the President's special steamed into the Pennsj lvania station, bring ing in Mr. Cleveland and those of his cabinet who returned with him from Chicago. Mr. Cleveland was first to step from the car, and was followed by Secretaries Carlisle, Gresham, Smith, Herbert and Nor ton, Secretary Lamont, Postmaster General Bissell and Attorney Gen eral Olney not being with the party. The only ladies accompanying the party were Mrs Carlisle and Miss Herbert. Secretary Gresham said that the journey home was devoid of any special interest, but that Mr. Cleveland and cabinet were well pleased with their trio. THE OLD AND I HE NEW Readirg notices 10 cent a line Special agreement for larger contracts. of By the IUilrcw.1 The Administration of the City Affairs Turned Over to the New Board. Casfl Disposed Commission. The Railroad Commission was in session vestenlav Ar. tv, it. , . ' ""turru iUO iwojjjg ji mt tuv aurjims- ice xoiiowincr cases- tration and the qualifying of the Eugene Albea vs. Western Union lucomuig eiectea Doara oi aldermen Telegraph Company. In thie cas j:o,.Ci,aa m me oiayor s wuicn is now pending on arneal to wuiw. i ma inretiio i ,n. 1 1, , The old board met at 11 o clock havint? been inform.! .v. a. m., Mayor Thos. Badger presid- fendant company was rtfasinir to r b' i, tt- t erum appiy me rate nxed Lv the Commie -.v.,.., .iV4uu4C iuuhu, sion irom their ollices at Eli- cuuieucM usuf, nouse, betn Uitj and Edenton, have called Bowes, Parker, Bedford. the attention of the company o imuuKn tueir attorneys. Messrs oirone .v fton to sect on rr c -ji ii . . "v; xue unance committee reported act constituting 4fc t!0;i... i ! , , . .. I . . (- " ail4VHIl Vl'IU cunecuona irom taxes, &c, by city mission, and which renuir, s the ratf tax collector and chief of police; fixed by the Commission ta 1 e put . mi.10 cAmiuou ouu iu luri-e pt-mung Lv appeal to th iu,cv, nmiu cxe uraertu to ue oupreme uourt. Paiti- Norfolk ami South- i;..;i-. Thfi TPaillf of ihn mur.iiimiil I ti i . .. V linn Vlil.l Unn.lnn A T 1 lOm I . r,i . vu uLUBi.a, x, ic.'l. WAS fion. llilS Wis A I t ti .r. gone into with the following result: the consent of the Coihiasion for muemen-eiect, nrst ward ai. A. the removal of the station at Roper Parker, Frank Stronach, John R. Petition -ranted. Terrell and RobL C. Rpdfor.T u 11 r..,u .. . n-. , - - ... . &. . ii iii iii i I I. rn . . . , .-. oecuna wara J;i. . Danton. TeleTraih ('nmh.i.r i-:.. v. . vuiicn au4a u. j.. oumuie ior iauure on nart nf ,h.f.ti.ian Third ward Wm. B. Grimes, forward inpxri. .1 .. i,. John W. Cross and C. R. Lee. fendant be r. ..nir tt-.L .1 41. " C 11. 1 . . .1 1 . v ... .1 I 11V xuuriu wara m. liowes. E. A. amount da .1 fr.r nw-w.,.. i.r. .Inhno.-iii nnl T T 11,: 1 I i . . . " ' Aiuuiubou, i-oi. uant navnrr L'ranttd tt-Ynf ,1 . i -ii ii -r t 1 .... xiiiu aiu vuas. r,. oounson. ac iou wna iimm.l T--ri-r - I - ... v. t' , Tr Cn' JullU9 LeW18 and Awards vs. Ralei-h and Augutta David M. King. Air-Line lUiUav Comi.anv. '.... And they were declared the board plaint for failure i,f .. f.:.,.i. f. - IIBA lf Ui cimcu Iur lu uext lwo ears- deliver freight. Defendant havinr j-iio piupuseu ibHue 01 tov.vvv oi redrePt-ed the iniurv rcinnlaitied nf permanent improvement bonds was action whs dismit-il 1 ?De int0 with the following result: Sparger Bros vs. Cape Fear and "I'll a 4in1 AA.!Ml.i! a 1 1 It . . . xuo i-uiai icgiBwauuu iur iue cny 1 aa Kin alley Kailwav Co This was lound to be l.Jio; necessary to was a complaint that the defendant approve the issue of bonds GSS.The wa rujuinng shippers to tin an result 01 tne voting in the various nnr asonablu bill of ladiu. It ap waras was as lollows : Dearm. Jiattln. .L.f.. .1 .. . . 1 " Approved Disapproved. Win W. Evans, ' ' N I ; FACTURER OF High License for Turf JK-xchanses. By Southern Associated Pre?s. Richmond, Va., May 2 The lower branch of the City Council has passed an ordinance fixing the license for Turf Exchanges at $1,500 It is believed this will practically shut off their re-opening in this city. A Railroad Sold. By Southern Associated Press. Charleston, S. C, May 2 The Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad was sold at public auc tion today under decree of the United States Court to Charles E Hellier, of Boston, Mass , repre senting bondholders for $550,000. A certified check for $25,000 was put up to bind the purchase. The Remains of Jtllersou Davis. By Southern Associated Press. Richmond, Va , May 2. The City Council has appropriated $4,000 to I5TJGGIES. defray the expenses incident to the lii'i ,Tiu.v wytrmra reinterment of the remains of Jeffer son Davis, May 31. , Graham Municipal Election. Graham, N. C, May 1. The municipal election here was r huyuy ntoda refilling very quiet, resulting in the election of the former board. II. W. Scott, Mayor; J. D. Kernodle, J. D. Al bright, H. A. Mitchell, C. P. Har den, McBride Holt, Commissioners. vr.av wagons - . 1. Station tdven 10 1 rf and Painting. "y style of wor eollclted. Ali orK. biiarnn fip.fi vi repre?ientd. and Brlups kept In stock I iHCt HIlVLhiut hi-lnncrlnw , .. 1 ... . '. - I' . - -ii KJuiiU in my iactory. ''..ic't-h f Morgan aod Jumped From a Four Story Window. By Southern Associated Press. Vienna, May 2. Baron Richard Poeake, President of an extensively fire.n 'ftTArl tnnnafa l.inrnol nail a 4 I vvux.ui, jvumx l-UUU . LSiOOCl "Frerjadenblatt," committed suicide Builder byjumIni from the fourth story '"u"u ui uuiiumtf. xiie uaron was eighty years of age World's Columbian Exposition Will be of value to the world by illus trating the improvements to the mechanical arts and eminent phyis- iii.il lcians win ten you that the pro gress in medicinal agents, has been 1 i : 1 . . vi tuai jmpurtance, ana as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of x igs is in advance 01 an others. Bend tot pHUijibluU Dr. WILLIANS PIEDICINE CO., Schenectady. N.Y. i Brockvlllc Ont J he Georgia Central. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, May 2 The suit brought by Henry Croffutt against the Hollins reorganization commit tee of the Georgia Central Railroad was set down for hearing today be fore Justice Jackson, of the United States Supreme Court, sitting as a Circuit Judge, but the hearing was postponed till May 25th, when the case will, be heard at Atlanta, Ga. Neither party was able to proceed with its testimony, the records, pa pers, etc , not being complete or .printed. -a3- Served Him Right. By Southern Associated Press. Danville. Ky., May 2 L D. Wood, of Cleveland, Ohio, shotnd mortally vounded Barney Higglns, ex-mayor of Somerset, Ky., in the lobby of the court house, in this city this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Higgins created a sensation a year ago by getting drunk, and while in that condition assaulting the sister of v ood in the depot at Somerset. Miss Wood has since been demented. Higgins was tried and sentenced to the. penitentiary for two years. The verdict was reversed and Higgins was given a change of venue to this county. Here the trial was put off until September. This infuriated Wood and he walked up to Higgins and shot him four times. I he Maryland Court of Appeals. By Southern Associated Press. Baltimore, May 2 Gov. Brown has appointed John Mitchell Robin son Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals, vice Richard H. Alvey, ap pointed by President Cleveland Chief Justice of the new Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. A. Hunter Boyd was made by the Governor Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals and Chief Justice of the fourth judicial district. They Frolicked In Uniform. By Cable. Pabis, May 2 The Prefect of Marseilles has suspended for one month four deputy mayors, who while wearing their insignia of office, participated in the May dav demonstrations. Severe '.Hall Storms. The county northwest of Alton, 111., was visited by a severe hail etorm Saturday. The average size of hail-stones was as large as an egg. At the Monticello Seminary 30J window lights were knocked out. In many instances roofs were shattered by the balls of ice. The Missouri, Kansas and Eastern road new tracks were washed away, caus ing a loss of at least $100,000. The Mississippi is now two miles wide at Alton, with every prospect of reach ing the disastrous stage of last year. The AtUnta and Florida Sold. By Southern Associated Press. Atlanta, May 2. TheAlanta and Florida Railroad was sold at public auction today cn petition of the Comptroller General for taxes due the State. It was bid in by Judge H. B. Tompkins, representing the Central Trust Company for the bondholders who will reorganize the road at once. Floods In the West. By Southern Associated Press. Little Rock, Ark., May 2. The Arkansas river in forty-eight hours has risen to within a little over three feet of the great May flood of 1892. People up the river are working day and night on their levees, but have little or no hope of saving their crops. St. Louis, May 2 The river rose steadily through the night at the rate of almost an inch per hour and this morning the swell touches the danger line, 32 feet. The body of the stream, however, is a few inches below this and will not reach the danger point until night. The squat ters on the low lands were driven out of the cabins by two feet of water pouring over their floors Experience 1 river men predict that the flood will exceed that of last year Death of a Washington Correspondent. By Southern Associated Press. Washington., May 2. Herbert A. Preston, one of the old Washington correspondents, died at his resi dence in this city this morning of a complication of diseases. Preston had charge of the New York Herald B.ureau at the capital for many years, but lately had been engaged in miscellaneous newspaper work. He was about 57 years of age. ' Columous 3Iade Better Time Bermuda, April 27. The little propeller Syren arrived here on the 25th, after having been out from j London nearly seven months. Her crew suffered terribly, and when Bpoken and provisioned off the Carolina coast, Feb. G, were in utter ignorance of their where aboute, or the day of the month. The rough seas had fouled the drinking water, sickening the crew so that they were unable to navi gate the little craft, which drifted for days at the complete mercy of the ssas. The only boat they had was smashed, their sextant swept t 1 -iii- overooard, ana tneir provisions spoiled. The Syren had long ago been given up by its owners in Bermuda. Considering the terrible weather and the mishaps she experienced, her appearance in port again seems miraculous. A Big .StrlKe in Dundee. By Cable. DrNrEE, May 2. Nineteen thou eand working people employed in the jute mills at this place have gone out on a strike. The German Army Bill. By Cable. Berlin, May 2. The Army bill will be brought up and debated in the plenary sitting of the Reichstag tomorrow. First Ward 108 Second Ward 145 Third Ward 43 Fourth Ward 2G Fifth Ward 88 5C 118 17 ICO 05 410 41G lhe proposition to issue the bonds was defeated and so declared. The old board then adjourned sine die. THE NIW BOARD.' drawn said bill of lading and sub stituted one satisfactory to the com plainant, the complaint was dis missed. Pickett vp. Atlantic Coar-t Line. This was a con plaint for r fuf-al to redeem the unused portiru of a commutation ticket It appearing that the complainant h4l failed to comply with the terms of tLe eon tract the action was dismissed. Citizens of Willmnston v. Albe marle and Raleigh lUilwav Co. This At 12 o'clock, noon, the following wa a petition for better station fr. members-elect of the new board, --ilities at Williamston aii.l for in. presented their credentials and took provement of thy schedule. It ap- tae oath of office before Maor pearing that the defendant Iij-.p given Badger. instruct us for compliance with tLe lirstWard M. A. Parker, R. C. petition, said instructors are ap- Redford, Frank Stronach, J. R. Ter- proved by the Commission. rell Blackrner Beard et al to T . TfiU Second Ward Ed. V. Denton. J. road. This was a petition bv W. S. S. Con-ell, B. F. Wombk. Blackmer and othtra atkiiur that the Third Ward W. B. Grimes, J. Commissioners require the railroads W. Cross, C. R Leo. to use greater cure in Lauilliri" ba'- Fourth Ward M. Bowes, E. A. gge" It appearing that tin- t raer Johnson, B. J. Robinson. of the petitioners has been .it 1j Fifth Ward C. E Johnson, Julius Circular No 2G of the Coinn is-ion, ijewis, it. iu. JL.umsden, D. M. King, the cape was dismissed' xne roll wa3 then called and a full board was present. Tbe board was then declared fully quahhed and organized for the transaction of business. The board then adjourned till tnday night at 8 o'clock. OUR NAViLi RESERVE. lhe Body of w. K. Glover. By Southern Associated Pres. Lithia. Springs, Ga.,May 2. Great excitement prevails here over the finding of the dead body of W. K. Llover, a prominent citizen living near here. There was a bullet, l.nlo through his head. He is believed to have been murdered for the pur pose of robbery. 1 Paderewski Goes to Chicago. Paderewski has gone to Chicago for the World's Fair to delight the w;;i, n:t . 1- -n. 1 liiuuj luuy peopie witn nis music and continue to do so until Thurs day. Friday afternoon next he ap peals at Palmer's Theatre in New York, where he is to give a recital for the benefit of the Actor's Fund of America. The performance ia to begin with Thomas Bailey Aldrich's beautiful play "Mercedes." Then Paderewski will play several selec tions and the women will be af forded another chance to weep over him. This will be the pianist's farewell appearance in America for many years. Saturday he sails for Europe. Cargo of Slaves Drowned. London, May 1. A dispatch from Zanzibar brings news of the drowning of 120 slaves by the cap sizing of an Arab dhow in which the captives were being conveyed south of Madagascar. It 13 claimed that since the recog nition by Great Britain nf the French protectorate over Madagas car the British cruisers have ceased to patrol Malagasy waters, and that the French authorities in that vi cinity wink at the slave trade, which is consequently being revived. t Meeting of the North Carolina Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. For the above occasion the Sea board Air-Line will eell round trip tickets from all stations on its line to Raleigh, N. C , a jd return at re duced rates. The following rates will govern from competitive points: Charlotte, $7.30; Henderson, 2 25; Lattimore, 9.40; Maxton, 5 45; San ford, 2.25; Weldon, 4.G5; Franklin, 6.20; Norfolk, 7.45; Forest City, 10 00; Kelford. GOO; Lincolnton, 8.40; Rutherfordton, 10.20; Shelby, 9 20; Wilmington, G55; Suffolk, 6 85; Portsmouth, 7.45. Tickets on sale May 7th, 8th and 9th, with final limit May 15th. Continuous passage in each direction. A Fine Company Though Comparative ly Jev-lTogres3 It Has Jlade. New Berne Journal. The erect, soldierly bearing and general good appearance of the Na al Rase rve force as they assisted in escorting tbe remains of Lieut. D. N. Bogart to the train was no ticed and commented upon by our citizanB, and especially Dy men who had passed through the war. Now that tbe other troops have departed Lieut. Winslow is in charge of what ever pertains to the military lefc in the city. The Naval Reserve is still lacking in uniforms, otherwise they are pretty well equipped. Their twelve pound Howiters are as effective large guns as are desired, their long range rapid firing Hotchkiss rifle will prove a terror to any crowd against which it might be directed and each of their forty Lee maga zine rifles will shoot 1G times, conse quently fifty men armed with each weapon would be a match for two or three hundred armed with ordi nary guns. Their riflea are of the latest improved pattern and their mechanism is a beauty-. The Re serve has 5. COO rounds of ammuni tion for them. The members of the Naval Re serve showed their metal when called upon. From the time that there was a prospect that their ser vices would be needed, the members to the last man attended every drill, answered just as promptly even special call to assemble whether they knew what the object was or not, performel whatever duty was required and have iu every way given evident indication of their efficiencv. Even the "Black Crook" girls went on a strike in Chicago. They want lta3 hours, more wages and more clothes. UIMIU UU (t.ii.n..i liUOl COMPOUND. A rpcpnt discovery ty an cH 'Jt.i. In theoniy r rfectiy 6afa ao'i rtnaMo lut-iicine ohot- erei. liewaroof ur.t,r!n' !i,lel f1..! "'-i .1 J 11 hrt 1 T L.r 4nf ..Hrtp ...cuitmcs in piace or mis. ac ror cook's cottos r.OOrCoSPt.rIl till Ml Mtihmtiliit r.rlni....IUn1 6 cent In postage In Wttr. and w e will snd. eal il, by return mail, r un altd r,articnl liiUaau . u i-j inaieu on ly, z mam pt. .Addra Pond I.ilv ( omnanr. r No. 3 i iaLcrJj ctUtroit. illca. JSSold in R' " 'everywhere I Vk V all A t-i 1 rr r " r i Both tho method nnd results v.Iku fcyrup of I- i-3 ia taken; it ii p! ai,t and refreshing to tho ta.-tf, and at li penilyytt promptly on the Kidney, Liver and Bowels, c!-an".- t!..-; r tern effectually, di-uls culh. Is.-ri.l- nches and fevers :n: l enns habited constipation. cvrup i f Fi-s ii tLo only remedy- of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing V) the taste and :r ccp;able to the Ftornneh, prompt ia its action and truly l, nef.cial in its tfll t-S prepared oi.ly from tho t. healthy u:j,I agreeable, fubf-tanc-. in n.any exc-31 nt o"ialili-s ronnm-: d it ' M:d Lav; i;::;de it tho i.v,- popular rt j.v? v known. .Syrup of I'i-r j, f,,r rit. :n rn. nnd 81 bottle bv all l :i i': 'isis. An rdii'bi-j .Irtc-'Lt Lo n:ay rot have it n Land pr- M.ie ii. pr.iav;, i ,r anv o; Wl-l,.-e to trV it. ii . 1" r CALIFORNIA FJ ZYP.U? CO. 1 ICfi'iV'ltF " f 1 y axi ft Vj 1 li t r r w r f.VtPYpASCt GuAhAfltitO. - r . . . . . vrwt i..-f 11 V.i,Of .l lxr r-. AdniiiiiMrator Aolirc. i.n tt,.;e-i-.t.-' ;r a. a. I rrr, u.is tuVifH-.-t IK.U-f V Hil I-f.-M X.KMUi tiilll., ftilLht t 'lwv r,t ii, j r-.v 1.1 u.fti. t . n.e 01 r.f-r..re A;.-l! Ii ; hH ir.i.s li; r ul v, bil Ji wi;; u.uki: iri.ii :ur ( vm.. .. ASM'.-; iijMt, A .m'.t.Uirnt' r t llr. A. A. 1 -rri-. n.e. House and Lot for Sale. Ky virtue of authority f.i'trr J '.u a cert -do iuerta ire, extcntt 1 by s . nf, aLl duly recor;el ia r.ock IKi. p-.pe in heg fcir ct lie wig cf?lc. tf k- co.n ty. N C, I on Monday, the vrnh daj if May, iv.3. Mil to the Llcet hwid-.r, fcr ca fa, at 12 o'clock m., nt the Conrt Hoofe door, In the cny of Kaldirh, th Dciik and lot cf land whereon the wild Vats now re fcldee, tit &&ted on s-outh lilon&t utreet, and duly deecilld in the aald mortpae. '1 erma of ea'e, CA-h S. S. BATCHKLOR, dtda Mortgagee. 4 (