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CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1890.
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f ar, in Advance.
QI A XT
A LI, ION,
i l olCS in -AT-J.AV.'.
'.oirtsboro, X. C.
Will practice in Saiiip-on count .'.
M. LK!), M. D.
:t itf;i;o.v am I)j:nti.-iT,
Drug Store, jo 7-1 yr
A. STLVK.NS, M. I).
YMe'IA.V AN!) Sui.GKOX,
(Ollice over Post Ollice.)
ltjj- yA' be found at night at the
r,.Mden"- "C J. If. Stevens on College
TTOUNKY AND VJOUNSKLL-
oi: at Law.
Ollice on Main Street,
will practice in courts of'Sampsonand
mljoining c)unties. Also in Supreme
Court. All business intrusted to his
euro will receive prompt und careful
i A n o K i ; v a n i C u n h i ; 1. 1
o;t at Law.
Ollice over IV-d Ollice.
in Sa:npsou and ad--;.
t!i- interc-ts of iill
! 7-1 r
OlVioo ii Wal 1 Stn ( t.
Will pr;ictic! in Sumpson, llhulen,
I . : i 1 ( r, Harnett and Duplin Coun
ti . Al- in Suj rcuie Court.
Prompt personal attention will be
. iv( n to :ill leg:d businey.;. jo 7-1 yr
liiANK r.OYKTTi; D.H.S.
)!V,-rs his services to the people of
Clh.ton and vicinity. Jverything
in the line of Dentistry done in the
best style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
tejr5ry terms are strictly cash.
Won't ask r.ie to vary from this rule.
WIWIM II1IHWIIW in III III llWWillMIII IW !
If the llepubliean statesmen find
it I'lT-itv v.-rm in Washington they
(! rmiiember tbat tin larmers
: eour.iy WJio are raising crops
iy t h ajir;pri l in;
11 nd it
:i ti-l.ls, :im! will
! cike it
I. otter I;der
! ic.it io-n, ;t.- ihey
ti. 'A-'- d J'Ol'iio;;
Is o-.ilv eiie way
iiai i- iV cuu-uuuiiou-
al remedies. Deafness is caused by
an ii.'lacietl conditin of the mucus
linin.; of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube t: ts ir.llamed you
liav- a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it i-entirely clos
ed Diafnc-- is the result, and unless
the iiiHanunation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine ca-.es out of ten are
cau-ed by Catarrh, which is i.ething
but an inilamed condition of the mu
We will give One Honored Dollar-
for any case of Deafness (caused
by (V.tarrh) that we cannot cure by
taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send
for circulars, free.
The Lodge bill is the first step to
wards the abolition of States. To
secure its passage Democratic mem
bers of Congress wcro unseated. By
its passage llepubliean .supremacy is
assured, so thinks the silly Speaker
of the House. But a statute cannot
secure supremacy for any party. An
armed force cannot accomplish that
except for a brief spell. Savannah
The First Stop.
Perhaps you are run down, can't
cat, 1'in't sleep, can't think, can't do
a nvf h i ii'f ii rdiir sn t : i,l:H't i mi . nn-1
you wonder what ails you. You '
should heed the
warning, vou are I
taking the first step into Nervous
Prostration. Vou need a .Nerve
Tonic and in Electric Bitters you
will find tho exact remedy for re
storing your nervous system to its
normal, healthy condition. Surpris
ing results follow the use of this
erve Tonic and Alterative. Your
appetite returns, good digestion is
restored, and the Liver and Kidneys
resume healthy action. Try abeHtle.
Price 50 cents, at Dr. It. II. Holli
day's Drugstore, Clinton, N. C.
He who is truly at peace never
suspects others. But he who is ill
at ease and discontented is disturbed
by various suspicions. Thomas a
Keinpis. The 'ew Di-coverj.
You have heard your friends and
neighbors talking about it. You
may yourself be one of the many
wh.. know from personal ixperienee
just now good a thing it is. If you
have ever tried it, you are one of its
staunch friends, because ihe wonder
ful thing about it is, tha t when once
given ,i trial, Dr. King's New Dis
covery ever after holds a place in the
house, ff you have never used it
and fchould be afllicted with acough,
cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest
trouble, recure a bottle at once and
give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed
every time, or money refunded.
Trial bottles free at Dr. 11. H. llol
liday's Drugstore, Clinton, N. C.
Hasty words often rankle the
wound which injury gives; but soft
words assuage it, forgiving cures it
and forgetting takes away the scar.-
Keep doing, always doing. Wish
ing, dreaming, intending, mourning,
talking, sighing and pining are idle
and profitless employments. -
Till EDITOR'S CHAIR.
HOW THINGS LOOK FROM
OUR STAND POINT.
T. nfl. . - r ... . i
The Opinion of The Editor and the i
Opinion 01 Ulhers Wr.icn we ,
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
What is the matter with the Wil
mington Messenger? For a while
it appeared to be the friend of the
farmer and the Alliance in the fight
against money oppression and urjust
laws. But something has happened.
It has shifted its sails and is now no
longer with us. In its issue of Sat
urday week there is a long editorial
of over two columns, in which the
Alliance is accused of "creating a
great class to make war on all other
classes." It says that the Alliance
has drifted into politics and speaks
of its membership a- being "bclige
rent, anlagoni.ingav.d violent." Af
ter thawing a doleful picture o the
terrible evils that the Alliance will
bring about, tie editor toward the
close says :
"The Messenger is very sorrowful
over the prospects. The skies are
full of "loom. The clouds hang low
and lowering. The lightnings of a
jarring, warring people arc beginning
to play and alarm. The air is heavy
and surcharged with woe, and strong
men are sad at heart, and wise men
are almost in despair. Shall the
Democratic -party in North Carolina
disintegrate and ily to pieces into
discordant, hostile elements ? Shall
the darkness of the past return?
Who can desire it at heart?"
Does the Messenger mean to say
that the Alliance is bent on hatching
another reconstruction era? The
venerable editor should be better in
formed. The farmer knows thai
there is something wrong, that lie
has been terribly duped and imposed
upon. AVhy should he blindly wor
ship a government that will not
.uard his interests? He is fighting
b;r relief and jusi.'ce throughthe
Democratic party and there is no
danger of any damage to the party
unless it proves to be too corrupt to
e'o justice. Otherwise it will be
strengthened and purified to Jeffer
sonian soundness by the fight that
the farmer is making. In conclud
ing it says:
"The Messenger has never failed
tho farmers. For twenty-three years
it has teen their friend, ad all thro'
that time they have been its best
friends. It would in gratitude and
kindness implore them to be very'
careful in what they are doing."
Yes, everybody is a friend to the
1 armor as long im he will keep his
ia mth shut and grunt to himself,
but he must not dare, no matter
w hat his grievances is, to make sug
gestions or "speak out in meeting."
The farmer is opening his eyes and
studying not only the doings of this
government, but also what it allows
to be done, and party or no party he
will be heard till he gets the equal
and exact justice guaranteed to him
by the constitution. In the language
of Patrick Henry, "If this is trea
son make the most of it."
THE ELECTION BILL GONE TO THE
The infamous Election bill just as
we expected has passed the House in
Congress, but was i assed by the par
ty whip and gag rule. Speaker Heed
has high aspirations and therefore
anticipates the bill passing the Sen-
ate, which he considers will be a fea-
ther in his cap. The Senate, we
taist, possesses more cool delibera
tion, they will at least act without
prejudice we believe, and certainly
can have no selfish motives in view.
We feel hopeful that the Senate will
not endorse the actions of the House,
but will rely more closely upon their
convictions as to the merits and de
merits of the bill.
We are glad to inform our readers
that the famous Silver Bill, of which
they had been so hopeful, but thought
dead, is indeed not dead. After hav
jug passed the Senate and inspiring
the people with a hope of relief and
betterment for their much oppressed
condition, met such strong opposi
tion in tho House that it was thought
buried from our tight, but the peo
pie are slow to ive up their demands.
The West is bent on the measure and
we see an agreement has been reach
ed by a Senate and House confer
ence m the fchapo of a compromise
Carlo is stiW tugging at the switch
There is a bill before Congress to
admit Wyoming as a State into the
Union. The bill in all probability
will pass. The Constitution of tha
Statt3s says :
Tho right of the citizens of the
Stafce of Wyoming to vote and hold
office shall not be denied orabridged
on siccount of sex. Both male and
female citizens of this State shal
equally enjoy all civil, political ant!
reli giou3 rights and privileges."
Jno. A. Du Bose, one of the terri
torial legislators of Wyoming in con
rcrsation with the .editor of the Na
ticnal Democrat, ia regard to thei
pa.?.-.igeoftho bill, refers to the above
I a-,-:ge in tho Constitution and savs:
in w- nT V, VXX Si
is no politics in the bili, for nobody
on earth can tell how the State will
go when all the ladies get out and
vote. The women to-day exercise a
more rchning mlluence in Wyoming
than they do anywhere else in the
United States, and when they begin
to take an active nart in nolitics we
; will show the vhole country elec
tions of such purity as will make
them a model for the w orld."
THIS IMSTKICT COXFUltUXCK
or this 3r. i:. cnuitcii.
From the Telegram.
Mx. Olive, N. C, July 1, '90.
The New Berne District Confer
ence convened in tho Methodist
Church promptly at 9:30 o'clock a.
m. Thursday of last week, Ilev. W.
S. Itoan, Presiding Elder, called
the Conference to order. Ilev. W.
W. Hose was elected Secretary.
Conference sessions were held morn
ing and evening, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. The attendance was
large. All the preachers in the dis
trict were present except two, M.
II. Tutllo and T. C. Lovin.
The following visiting ministers
were present: Kcvs. D. H. Tuttle,
of Wilson; J.M. lthodes, of Little
ton Female College; II. 13. Ander
son, oi llmington; r . 1). bwm
dell, P. E., of Wilmington District;
T. J. C.attis, of Durham; Dr. F. L,
Held, editor ltaleigh Christian Ad
vocate; Prof. J. F. Crowell, Presi
dent of Trinity College, and Prof.
Dred Peacock, of Greensboro Female
College. A majority of tho dele
gates were present. Everything
went on smoothly and we had the
pleasure of listening to some mighty
good preaching. Messrs. C. P. Dey,
T. A. Green, C. B. Price and lion.
O. H. Allen were elected delegates
to the Annual Conference. Kinston
was selected as tho place for holding
the District Conference next year.
Ileligious services were held at 11
a. m and 8:30 p. m. everyday. Wed
nesday night Lev. W. W. Hose
preached Thursdav at 11 a.m., T.
P. Hicaud at 8:30 p. m., N. M. Jur
ney Friday at 11a. m., T. J. Gatti
at 8:30 p. m. G. F.Smith, Saturday
11:30 a. m., r . D. Swindell, at 8:30
p. m., J. F. Crowell, Sunday 11:30
a. m., in the Methodist Church, W.
S. Bonn m tne Presbyterian LTu.rcli,
1). B. Hall, Colored Free Will Bap
tist Church, J. D. Carpenter; at 8:30
p. m in the Methodist Church, M.
D. Hix, in the Baptist Church, AY.
W. Hose; in the Free Will Baptist
Church, colored, J. I). Carpenter, in
the A. M. E. Church, F. S. Becton,
in tne A. jVI. J-.. Uhurch, J-nciay
light, H. B. Gillam.
A Sunday School Mass-Meeting
was held in the Baptist Church Sun
day afternoon, that being the larg-
t church. Appropriate speeches
were made by Hcvs. J. G. Johnson,
T. J. Gattis, F. S. Becton, B. H.
Hall and Hon. O. II, Allen.
Love I east was observed in the
Methodist Church, from 9:30 to 10:00
Sunday morning. It was presided
over by Ilev. J. . W illiams and
was a real "Love Feast" indeed to
many who were there.
The severest thunder storm that
las visited this section in several
years came Monday afternoon. The
weather had been very warm and
was beginning to be mighty dry.
During the storm lightning struck
Mr. J. B, Oliver's house in which
Mrs. Dr. Smith lives. It struck the
west end chimney and ran down it
tearing it up pretty badly and knock
ing off both mantles and breaking
everything on them. The parlor
mantle was thrown across the room,
and against the organ. Everything
on the centre table was broken into
atoms. Luckily for the occupants
of the house that they were in an
other room. A strange mark of the
lightning at the above house was
shown on our streets on Tuesday.
A photograph which was inMrs.S'a
parlor has a picture of an angel just
over tho head. It is penectly plain
to the eye. Previous to the storm
tho photograph was perfectly clean.
It is not known how it got there un
less it was transmitted to the photo
graph by the electric stroke from aa
other picture whien may have been
in the room at the time.
The lightning struck an old kitch
en at 3Ir. W. S. Cheyney's house,
near here on Monday and did some
A severe hail and wind visited the
section Monday afternoon in which
Mr. C. F. H. Kornegay lives. The
hail stones were very large and the
crops are reported to be badly dam
aged. Messrs. I. W. Hatch, B. F.
Kornegav and D. E. Stevens are
amonz the sufferers. A shelter fell
down on Mr. Kornegay's new buggy
and broke it up badly. Several
large trees were blown up by the
roote. Although it is about three
miles from town several persons sawr
the cloud, and it being so black and
restless it was described as having
the appearance of the smoke from a
house on fire. We had a delightful
Wo would like to .have a personal
column and tell the readers ot Hie
Telegkam who was here last week,
visiting tho Conference but w"e have
not, neither the time nor a page of
the paper to spare in which to tel
you; so we will simply say tha:
they were here from all directions
Any size and age, from the infant to
aged grand parent. Our town was
full and everybody seemed to enjoy
themselves. II. W. McK.
In the Garden there strayed a beauti
As fair as a lily of morn ;
She became a wife the first hour o
And died before she was born.
. Who was she? -
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
THE WORLD'S EVENTS GATHERED
IN SMALL COMPASS.
Tha Latest HappeYnps at Horn-; anJ Abroad
Collected and Pres-jnteJ in Te-se
Aid Readable Form.
B. Eton's population is returned 1 v the
ceinus at 4:57.212.
The British ironcla.l Bellerophon will
soon visit Newport, R. I.
Sixteen million feet of lumber wore
dstroy"l bv fire rt F.nt Tssras, Mich.
Kemmler in to 1 executed at Auburn
prison during the week following Au
The corn crop ia central Kansas is
menaced with destruction by drought
and lint winds.
The directors of the Detroit Museum
of Art decided to drape the nude stat
ues in its rooms.
It is expected that the Governor of
Louisiana will veto the lottery bill just
passed by the legislature.
The Standard Oil Company is survey
ing a pipe line from the West Virginia
oil fields to New York city.
The corner .stone of tho Northwestern
University has been laid at Sioux City
with impressive ceremonies.
I1. T. I h nuim eel.-: rated his HOth birth
day at Pridgeport, Conn., on Saturday
last. He is still strung and in pood
FrusH'jr Robert it. Bishop, a promi
nent educator, for many years connected
with Miami University, is dead at Ox
Miss Anna Magdalen Ehrct, daughter
(of George. Khret. t'-e groat New York
rewer, is engage. I t-. Baron von Zed'itz,
of ( iermany.
The death of Colonel Beverly Tucker,
Richmond, Ya. , removes one of the
nii..-t prominent men of that Slate. His
re was ",').
Captain Murreii, the hero of the .-team-
eh'p Mis -OUI i, was married in Pliiladrl-
ihia Inst week, and sailed with his bride
The grand jury in Chicago has refused
to return indictments against th- mem
bers of tho common council charged
The Cunsi d Steamship Company cel-
Gbrateu its 'n'itli anniversary on I
las I, and boasts that it has never lo
life of a. passenger.
V war of non-intercourse in business
anu sticutl matters between tne ciriej ot
St. IV ul and MinneaiKilis has resulted
from census rival rv.
TIh iirst bale of new- cotton was re
ceived at Atlanta, Ga., on tho 5th instant,
froni c( soie-a to: smts oil a pL-.-iuiuorr iii
Baker coimtv, in that State.
J. Il Kouios made au attempt to go
through the Niagara whirlpool by swim
ming, but was taken out hadlv bruised
without accomplishing the feat.
Miss Winnie. Davis, daughter of Jeffer
son Davis, arrived in New York from
Europe on Monday, whero she was met
by her fiancee, Mr. Alfred Wilkinson.
The journeymen stair builders of New-
York have succeeded in prevailing upon
their employers to grant them the eight
hour work day with no decrease of pay.
Judge Pennypacker, of Philadelphia,
ias rendered a decision .that shaving is
not a work of mercy or necessity, and
that barber shops can not bo opened on
The Pasteur Institute, in Now York
city, is constantly receiving new patients
suffering from dog bites. All are doing
well, and not a death has yet occurred of
a patient treated by Dr. Gibier.
James Melvin, a war veteran, portions
of whose body had become ossified with
in a fewT years, and for whom a pension
of $100 a month specially passed Congress
ast month, has 311st died at Concord,
The Boston Globe offers a sword, fur
nished by Tiffany & Co., and costing
$1,000, as a gift to the most popular
Grand Army man in the country. Any
body may vote on the coupons printed
in the Globe.
At Louisville, Ky., a returning wagon
and mule team containing 18 young
persons .was struck by a passenger train
on the 4th of July, and three of the party
were killed and all tho others more or
less seriously injured.
Cnitcd States and Mexican troops can
hereafter cross and recross the border
between the two countries without
molestation when in pursuit of hostile
Indians. Secretary Blaine has fixed the
matter up with Mexican Minister
The coasting steamer Eleanora crashed
into two barges near Hell Gate that wore
lashed together, and contained 2,000 ex
cursionists. About 20 persons were in
jured by broken timbers, but luckily the
barge floated aud a great disaster was
A wealthv foreign syndicate, composed
of Lord Anan, Sir Alexander McBean,
Sir John Macdonald, Sir Charles Tupper,
and others, has purchased 50,000 acres of
wild land in McDowell county, West
Virginia. The land is covered with the
finest timber and full of iron and coal.
In attempting to disperse a crowd of
negroes at Alexandria, Va. , Officer Dier
was knocked down and severely beaten.
He finally drew his revolver and shot
two of his assailants, killing Fred Lee.
He was arrested, but acquitted by a jury.
On receiving notice from the Washing
ton police authorities that a large body
of negroes was organizing to come to
Alexandria and avenge Lee's death, a
company of militia was called out, but
no further trouble occurred.
President Diaz, of Jlexico, contem
plates a visit to the United States.
The French senate has voted in favor
of a duty of three f rancs on American
A change of cabinet has been effected
in the Sandwich. Islands -without blood
shod. Sir RedvusBuiler 13 to succeed General
Wolseley as adjutant general of the
An English and Dutch syndicate have
bought between five and six million acres
of land in the state of Samanlisas,
Reports are again current at Victoria,
B. C. , that Canadian sealers are being
armed to resist United States revenue
A great military and naval display will
Botfly take jSkcejdT HaEf ai, w. S., in
bluj.- 'A an attack and n r- TTi
Report from Panama btate tliat -.Insolation
rdgtw along the line of the CM.al.
and the work jx rforrned is rapidly go
ing to ruin.
The success of the Gladstone candidate
in the Bai roa el ctieu l.OFt week is con
fcidered a Mire n'gti of coming Tory !e
f 'ut, r.nd the Liberals are gr. atlv re
joiced. Tin- ticrman studi-ms' dub at i'i..gue
t-uhscnbi-d l.OOi marks to the BL-marck
nicniu ial fund. TheW-ai p'h' .- v-l red
the e.''ib dissolved unless the ib-v.i-r?
caucc. il their subscript!- ns.
The 'enouncing of Brit ice Bismarck's
visit t Knglaud is due to the ;J:-rc-d as
Iect foreign atfuirs. R i also an
nounced that the prince will not enter
the rtchstag. The young emperor evi
dently means that he hall not b:; allowed
to influence public alTairs.
Europe is alarmed over the growing
signs of an impending storm in the Bal
kans. The demands of Russia upon the
Porte, and the trouble m Bulgaria arc
considered ominous. A rising in Bul
garia may precipitate a conflict at any
moment which would involve all tho
WIIILK SAVING A CHILI).
A I;? air INYgro I.osfv Ttin Life in an He
roic Attempt at Kencue.
Join Moody, colored, was drowned in
the Susquehanna, at Wiikeabarre, Ba. ,
while trying to nave a child who had
j fall'1:! into tho water. Moody had taken
two vhito children belonging to a neigh
bor a walk along the river bank. A
short distance above, the Kingston Bridge
ho placed tho UUle ones ia a bat, which
was moored to th- shore 1 y a long chain,
and began swinging the boat around for
the amusement of the children. The
little one on tho steru. who sat near the
gunwale, fell into Ihe water, and Moody
at once sprang in after it.
A crowd of people mailed down the
bank, and one of them swam out to
whnv the child was struggling and
brought it to t he shore. The negro never
rose after his fatal plunge. There is a
strong eddy at that point, . .nd, being a
poor swimmer. Moody was caught and
heid fast until lie drowned. Ilis body
was found shortly after by divers stand
ing perpendicular in the water with tho
haads outstretched, aa though appealing
tlKIDAI. TIUP IN" A IJALLOOX.
I;odica.iueiit of ;i Foolish and Sensational
Word has been received at Boston of
ths fate of the bridal party, who, after
being married in Lcwell, on the 4th iu-cl-.-.nt.
started on their bridal trip in a
balloon in charge of Professor Allen.
The balloon ascended to a great height,
and finally landed between two tall pines
a mile west of Bayfield, Mass. Here the
ii.es were in a serious predicament, as
they could not free the balloon, und could
not get out of it. Finally the bride
groom managed to get out into one of
the trees, when, the balloon being re
lieved, again ascended, and Professor
Allen and the bride disappeared in the
clouds. However, another descent was
made, and tho bride aud aeronaut were
finally safely landed and joined by the
White Caps at It A tain.
Dispatches from Parkersburg, W. Ya.,
Btate that H'hite Caps committed a ter
rible outrage on Dry Fork; in that State.
Two womei named Singleton, of bad
reputatiuti. were taken from their houses
at the dead of night by a band of White
Caps, who took them to the woods and
gave them a terrible beating with hick
ory switches. After the beating the
women were released, with orders to
leave the county or take another and
worse thrashing. The women say they
recognized several of their assailants as
men of good standing in the community.
Warrants will be issued for the alleged
participants, and th?y will be arrested.
The White Caps of Calhoun have sent
Dut notices to a number of objectionable
persons, warning them to leave the county
or take the penalty.
Nebraska is in the throes of a prohibi
tion campaign. Rev. T. De Witt Tal
mage, Sam Small, and others are travers
ing the State. Talmage addressed 30,000
people at Beatrice. A great debate was
concluded on Monday on the issue of
prohibition versus high license. The
high licensa speakers were E. Rose water
and John T. Webster, of Omaha, while
Chairman Samuel Dickie, of the Na
tional Prohibition League, and Rev. Sam
Small wore the prohibition speakers.
The debate is regarded as the formal
opening of the campaign in the State on
the two amendments question.
A City in tlie Air.
It is proposed in Chicago to put up 10
acres of houses on land north of Ran
dolph street, aud built upon high posts.
There will be 150 houses, 20 by 80 feet,
and two stories high. Viaducts will run
in front of these buildings. The stores
jvill be supplied with cold storage rooms,
electricity,- heat, and all modern appli
ances. The plan, which is decidedly
uniQue, has the approval' of architects
A Disastrous Picnic Trip.
At Port Huron, Mich., Henry Hender
son borrowed his employer's team to take
his family to a picnic. The team took
fright and ran awav, tlirowing the occu
pants of the vehicle out, injuring Mr.
Henderson seriously. Mrs. Henderson
was so badly hurt that she died. A daugh
ter and son were instantly killed, and
another son had his left hand torn off.
In the Senate there is considerable ri
valry for precedence on the part of Sen
ators having important bills in charge.
Senator Frye's shipping bills are the first
on the calendar, and will probably be
disposed of thb week. Senator Frye
then wants the river and harbor bill
which appropriates $-23,000,000, taken up.
Senator Morrill, however, will endeavor
to have the tariff bill given precedence.
There are three appropriation bills still
to be considered in the Senate, and the
sundry civil, which contains an appro
priation of 720,000 for irrigation survey
work, will probably precipitate a debate.
The Federal elections bill also remains
to be taken up, but will probably await
the action of a caucus of Republican Sen
ators. The report of the 6ilve?" conference
committee, which is a privileged matter,
will come up as soon a3 presented in the
House, and will undoubtedly give rise to
considerable debate. The f rjeiiGS of the
baaikniptcy bfll desire to get it a hear
ing, and there are two contested election
cam likelr to be taken up. v
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C O t s
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tir 1 r'.v lav wd: ghe
tee!. I'oi a lcag time p'o:-J
j-.c latla-r pleasant occupation of h.ei l
ling v.us liavf in.::.l that irr.'-jn't ti ve
of their purchasable value th ' e uns of
the u-stion .-houid po--s tlaiui t
aiti-ltc e-!1 m-t . r'-.Mthe.rmt r.-, it is
rhi:;!i --i asul not denied : !iat fr.m a t urelv
l.o;!-,t ! lew til'- A
i - ::rc n.pansG:i Wit
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onei. "''i,u., 1
the fcatui! r. of the, pro
.upnos'' said the cob
:i. the ! ;)
0 .1 r coins arc
. e,;h- Bag!..
y-M nv oft.
: a pur ly
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the inc. 1
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liian. ;-;r urchi'.vet.
. A: co street, P!iil.;deJ
ai for ;t combination
wit.: a a o;ie
1 hi-.; , kr-s
gold and sm
a gold lit -!a
TTi ; i,!,.i ia in T.ilt
f:ice of a silver
am unt of gold
U3od to l!i" facevaU;
tion. Per in ia::ce.
o: ..;ec u.i iu ijuo
;ore w.vtld Iu iu
Id eenlK worth of c;o:! nod silver in a
fume, 3J.-J y !uiUr'-. v;i';u of metal ia a
tilvor dojl.'i!-. The architect ha-"i 1 given
me tho fi'-Ttii of his schema a yet, but
I must confer that it bears the utwrit ot
r.ovclt;. . A great many people who im
agine they know a great deal about coins
lose sight of the fact that .-5 design that
looks remarkably well on paper is prac
tically worthles-i for our purposes. A
coin engraver and there are only three
ia this c.untry is the sole judge of what
can lx; done in U13 way of reducing de
eiges. Unlike the medal ongraveT the
coin man M:a give you a design with
only an ? pparent re!i:-f, wis. -reas the
modal m;:n ha i to deal only witli positive
and alvsolate relijfi. Tho thrca coin en-
grnver.! 1:: tnn c-j:iatry r.-e 1:1 tne employ
It Li V
pick the h.: ; sr.--erly.
Ti;e be i-i on t
in; sian turd
t;;:.l ih: io;.
' ! .'.! . 1 for
the w-.-.rk ct a P
Y!:..e!.r- Ea.in.J, :
thi. n ?n v.'a. th
wrf .i-i .e.
recently a Philadelphia school t icher.
Jor' iiillinj;i"s FitiloAt.pl, y.
Ihz.v bo lclys are like a r. alwuz in a
grate Lurry about nothing.
One grate reason whi every bcxldy
likes tho Falls of r-iaira so mut-.h is
bc-kauT-.i ii j out can maka one iik it.
There is eeiut hop ov a man who iz
wicked, but not weak.
Debt iz likeer.ny other kind of a trap
tazy enalf tew git int but hr r-l enuff to
git out ov.
Tliere is no kind c-v lltt -.n -y so power
ful, so subtle, and at thi same time so
agreeable a. deference.
Bare necessity will supjVjrt life, iio
doubt, so w ill tho works support a watcb",
but they both v. ant greasing oico in a
while, jit a Icet;-:.
Phih-sophy iz a very good kiiid ov a
teacher, and yu may le able low iive by
Ii re on
Lazyness weighs lb ounces to the
The hiri-ory ov life iz tew hope and be
disappointed, the vikeory iz Ut "novel
Tl:e way t?w fame iz like klhnbing a
grear t role: there ain!t but phew kan do
it, and even then it don't pity.
Hesvy Daiuage Froai a Clouil-Burst.
News has been received from Madison,
Wis., of a elend burst vvluch occurred
in Richland county and occasioned a loss
of $200,000 or more. Four mill dams
were carried out between Richland
Center and Lone Rock, while an iron
bridge was wrecked at Eagle Mills. Tlie
St. Paul Railroad was damaged so badly
that trains will be prevented from run
ning for five days, and two months will
be necessary to restore the road bed to
first class condition. Crops also suffered
greatly, and in Richland Center cellars
were flooded aid other minor damage
A t tinw ki ?" b-! .. ,..
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AT IHE NATIONAL CAPITAL
The Utcit Doings in the F .c Id ef Federal
Lct;:.l ition anJ Ptlt.cj.
Tli AVcck In i.u rou.
The lull fur ih.' a-lmi-,-1 in of th
tor of Main
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i hio;;ihly a '
l"l I he debsery
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d ,x v ;'.l t pr
f I. in i pLttt-attt to
:id Lit, n le 1 t-.t .li
nd 0!t;v, ai;
1 pi. I -I.
led patents n.iw ill the
tile ; :'.:ue V.a.-eunsid.-led
-The niereliaiif marine
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The t iiferet.ee cotii-
1 'ieiiltiir.il appt'tipriat i in
1 the report wusadoo'i-d.
uri-it!.i:v ; a
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nays. - -t
!- t f ini:. 1;;I was ti:;
he I'r. u 'n':i,it'- 1
;.d.;.ti.ii , f a?:ii i.dtn-
v., l.af t!ie se j h . . f 1 1 iie'ss-
- d amid seoin s of ju-at
V a vote of 1 .". M as to 11'.)
Ajoii.it resolution was adopted
nue such regular a; piopi iations
new iisoal year as v.st 1 ro-
! f r nut i: ilfe r,-
nlar appropi i.it ions
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Naliunil (.iiOhi o!(i
r,".- ' Mrs. If.-
h ve goilO
. it p , -r
i. Lo. u.l-
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j tt :...'ll
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'i'l, ast 1
e that C'.'I1-1
Se.veil h.i-i t.ken
hion of tne 1 : ti i . t ed.-d to tiio United
States by the Satiioan government.
Getiige- itaiu refi, the hisiorinu, who is
now at a hotel at Newport, is in as gixd
health ;i.s during the winter iu W:u,hing
ton, but more feeble than l.-ut siuumer.
Count Maurice Sala, the firt secretary
of the French legation, in stopping a
runaway hoist- iu the street, was vio
lently thrown and suffered a fracture of
A telegram received at the Navy De
partment from U ar Admiral Walker
says that th- wpj.i Iron of evolution lias
sailed from Rio 4 meiro for Now York,
whore it. will arrive about August 1.
The new Chine.,,- iniiiicter h;s arrived
in Washington and taken u;i his r.Clcial
residence. rI:r.i.tvr Tsiu comei anaed
with in-:nictio:!;i t seeuro a reversal of
thj American .i;ti-C!h:iieB! policy, and
be frankly says th;it CJiina will exclude
Ameiicanjj unless this is done. Interest
in,'; diplomatic negotiations are ex-
A Ml Ill'iiY riMSII.
c hw of j
Whv UuIOwin riwsllotved Ills
Two vcar.s ago iHldvvia'n horse Vo-
lante v.-.us U r;m o 1- dav lit Saratoga.!
and Pehiwin talk-i Murphy up to the
giaud sUud and aid:
'Nov. look here. Marphy, I don't '
want any iit nk" ri
aiout t!iis race !
ioue of your -enaUojiai fiaisslKrs. You
just cut t'na ijl I horse lx4.. 1 seadhim
along from th- fall of th.; flag to tho
Cnis'n. I've got a lot of money on this
race, and I don't want to be worried
about th result."
Murthy showed his wbit fceth in a
smile of acquiescence, and then in a low
tone informed the ladies in Baldwin's
pkrry that he would "make the old man
faint away. When the flag fIl Murphy
pulled Volante lck to fourth plz&t aad
held liim st:ady around the first turn;
down the tackstrclcu the I jaderi f!5w,
with 3Iurphy traihag along quietly on
Volante as though lie wa-s o'.it fer a
l-leasure ride. Baldwin b.-gan Vj kick,
and bit off a big chunk of tobacco and
I fgvtn to chow at a tremendous rate. Ai
th.? horse-; rouuded the lower turn and
entered the stretch Murphy began mev
ing up inch by inch, bui it .--cme-l an
iuiposrsibility for him to reach the lead
ers, but -he did, and one by one they
surrendered until when within a hundred
feet of th-j wira Volantc had disposed of
all but one. Then with a magnificent
exhibition of horsemanship Murphy
fairly lifted bis mount up to even tefms
and in the last bound landed Volantc a
winner by a nose, or, as the sporting
fraternity tena it, by an eyelash. " Be
fore the jockeys demounted Baldwin
turned to a member of tho party and
eaid: "George, I "wish you would get
these Yoiante tickets cashed anfd briag
tho money down to the hotel for ma.
V m going homg right away, I don't feel
welL Some folfcrtt gwailowedb
of tobacco whicli I had in nTy" niputo
when that tbek devil made that "CIosS
.N K W A 1) V KUT 1 si :m 1 :n iv
It U UM i at,; .a i0 t mk.ctt.
ecrckiitti.S in th ('a:k-. t tUo iwk. frv
tur- cr.itii:y lumj r ,;. .nc: niirii
flalut rtaua-j r . i tf 9
1 E. or fr.I; which tlc !. f u! . in tho
cjps, er, t-t tis-, trfu-n rauitr. t :;i4f:or
5cfiM i, Mffc 1 Ittt? if . - -I i t j . - j tt, CIS
vrom (roU. er the ma- y .-1' . t tr e.:JtA
vni uva!!y wrt;V-l 1 .,. ' ' :.
fAlrntttg Upon U ltlA(.eu. ooti..:-; j n
and tic tli. iwint t!i tn-t at. s- u . n ti
me f caoral cl :i Jen . r aT Ue;., f u
ery lew crun u ti.tirti) lic fi.ra it
I'jr ulaig IItoJ KwJt'i.:u. v.. r. :j
tho rrmnkibla cuw it tut a.c 1 .5 a!., t.
ollcn hta other ncd;clii haf j Ii:- J. h,
roten ltwll to lo a jvttcr.t ixl j --uo
mcdlclno for Uu di4io. fa t i'. ws
cures are if ally wonderful. II you uK-t Ir-n
crofuli, 1-e Br to try Il-1' 8afj-vt:.
My tJauj; Mer Miry wa afUi-t'-.l with i I
ulous sore neck from the time he as ;j m-i.t !
old till nil txeame m yc.trs t je. bun p
formed in lur nck, ar.a ci.o t thrra afi
prolnR to the lret-t a -l?H-a- f ,-. lea:n
a running sore for eter three y m . Wo (.Tf
licr Hood's Sarsa'3ita. a V, ft Kr.p a -4
all liu leatl-'im of ternfal i. !... "y s
arpewed. and now lui freroi t' '..e x t eah'.y
ctlUI." J.S CAiuH.r.. N-iur.h'.N
N. ft. I'e mro to r i 01 1
SolJl ratldrufrrxU. ft, .i I r i . l'r i . ar-J i If
I t V. I. HOOU a li).,4lMilccai.t, lw Uj.- .
IOO Doses Ono Doliar
Atlantic tr IT. C. Railroad
TIME T.'VJL IXjT: ll
To I. ike t licet ti n. in., W. dio ,d.i,v,
.May Jsth, 1
Sr A T I O N .
Cl-"- !i;' I .
I IIIA .
In , 1
- eel e
Ar. j Lv. Ar. Lv.
A. M. A. M. J M P M '
(Johl-J)oro, 1 ; uo ao
LestV, i r,7i 7 o. :;
I .a Grange, 7 20, 7 :) t j im; j 09
Falling Creek, ; 7 lsi 7 :,:, l 2i'l 2-!
Kin-ten, : s 11' s j -. ( T,(
Ca-well, -S ."' s, j r(-t (
Dover, , it 1 1 k 02 0 . ;. 0:. :
Core Creel;, in :'.1'10 ',(. ., ; , :
Tusearoni, 11 oo'n 0:. j;j :r, j
Clark'-, M 17 11 41 n
.Newl'i'iiie, 12 I'e .'I (mh; im; us
lliverdah. .''.7 : 52 r. ,7.1, f
Croatan. : ;i ;.o ; I
Ilavekn k, I ; i:j .; .-.;; ;,i; .-.-,!
N-'Wl-ort, I :17 i 12 7 i ;:7 li f
Wildvood, l ol, t r,:, 7 217- 21
Atlantic, U op 01 7 2- 7 2s 5
(orehead C'y, r, i! 5 21 7 .;V7 Id
Atlantic Hotel, r, 2.1: " 2s 7 l 7 .Vi
Mon head Dp'b 0 Sit j7 J
r. M.r. m. v m'.i m '!
1 1 1 1 -
Ex'-i-pt -h 11-1
j Ar. j l.v. Ar. L .
U. m.U. m ; m m
Morohcad Dp't1 ; :. ; ,;
Atlantic I lotol,! C, Hi 7 io -; 1 ,
I MoreJioatl (J'y; 7 2 7 07 t, 17-,
Atlantic, 7 Is.' 7 1- ; 17 1; r.
Wiklwowl, 7 2:1 7 26 7 7 ',
Xewj-ort, 7 no 7 .117 J7 7 :
Havcluck, 7 rl 7 k iifi , ju
Croatan; 8 07 k 07 h 2''s
liivcrdale, K 12 H ljn 11 s b
Newberne, S 57 .'0 22 1 r.u
Clark's, f, OS 0 2 '2 2 12
Tuwarora, I 9 Ik 0 Is' 2 21 2 W
(Xn Crook, ! i 02 9 ;:2 2 T, (u
Dover, -j 1-1 u -is .; .5 s-j
Caswell, 9 :,j '. ,1 m ('
i Kiii.tr!!, 10 0' 10 31:' 2" ', 0(
Fall ins Creek, 10 20 I o 2; " :i
Li fJraiie, 10 1210 V, ." .".; 01
Ucstv, jo v; 1 1 'i 1; 21 '. :
(iokl.-boro, 11 :; 7 j i
a. m. a. At. a a
j Train .V) connect with Wihiii:!-
; ton A C'hbm tra;n bound
1-aving (Johl-boro ll:oO a.M,, ami
with Jiichinoml A DanviJhj train
-i, n.nmz ' oi:i.,iK;ro : i p. m.
1 rain I connects with llichiuoud
A .Danville train, arrivhij; atCoM-.-
w - P- VA., una with iliiiiii-
Claon trall from tht?
at : 10 p. M.
Train 2 conm-ct with Wiiininirton
A Wcldon through freight train,
'orll bound, leaving (Johl.-iboro at
9:.V)p. m. 8. L. 1)11,1.,
Coliarics and Black Kiwi.
1 am building a large mill al
Hampton," near where tho railroad
erofs- Mack river, and sin always
prepared to pay highest ca-h prifo
lor lumber and Log?.. Stop and give
me a chance at your rafts. Vou can
get your money, get on the train and
get home the same day, and what is
more important, you will get just
and honest measurment. I hope by
these inducements to slop nearly afl
of the timber that comes flown the
river. .Stop and gp-e me a trial.
GEORGE H. HALL.
Corbetts, C. F. & Y. V. II. It.
June 2bth, 1890. lm.
Special accommodations for tho
traveling public. ,
Regular boarders will also be
MRS. J. vi. SESSOMS,
myS tf c - Proprietrc.
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