II . M. 11 N N ,
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ITS IDEPKXDEXT IN" ALL THINGS.
n i 82.00 ror "V ;
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. ( ., VI
aacrs ; 'u-
era ; Hancock ' Insp.n
rail. Arent for Th'.-t X i
S-o.i for : i '
T. C. WHITTY
CKA V l.
i R,?mcmbor lav. n W eU-iT'
OLLBERT FOKCK 1M MT.
KINSTOW, M. C,
Announce the Arrival of Their
jNow Spring: Goods,
CONSISTING OF A SPI.KNI'II- LINK of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
'Gents, Youths and Boys' -tliiiiir-
. Boots, Shoes, Hats.
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc.
A New and Full Supply ot
-We beir a srenerous public to conic and ox
amine our Stock and Prices.
SIGN OF "THE CELEBRATED PEARL SHIRT."
ti? TVe Still
T fl tl rnnurn " T - rp"tri:liy nnoi:r.rc
' ftr inapt ittoaoea to all rr)r ; n . n- 'f VVIr. mm Iran
Cim a&i, A ul '( 111 HtNnn mmd Wd.awar. d.-u..-'
m m Mm wmn -mtmg trntr of U l"mu-I sui.- ws.o i- v..: .
laINir4 mn. irtl! mm! tr n w w'. . :-.tvvir u :'.
t iron F ioclr f oiu r . .n
Detidt, KATIOHAL WIRE 1 IP.01T CO.
(korefo Cotton Qis, Feeders :i::d Coude
LtifflfflQi Cotton Gin,
i i -' rittcl ith A
. " The Monarch Cciton
dll ! exmtno au.p!
n: lih :re .
T. A. CREESE
Stock of Flou.-. MoC
Syrups, Smiff j
ouu barrels i-iottr,
"" . Am4 will mmmfrtj
f bloo-J la the rati re y (m in r
1 Ptll Mfh iht from 1 to II wr-k. r.uf J-
A tfctm hm poi&lr. for raxl
tor &c la UAmp4. Circulars
M IM SPUN- -)tU
Cacti p-'tr "it n Ki -tjj
: a lrth win idaa nu
Amu oiiUt ' arvTvn tad
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Life Assurance ( omsO
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Syrups an?i Molasses,
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secretary shall keep
- I'mcoedings of t he
i n-i-iTii of tht-
ci .ji iliii't its enrre
.ir.'l r.'p.irt the ii.uiics ot the oftioers
' iic clul' to ;he chairman of t lie
S: itc cxcciitic com inittco.
Art. VI. The treasurer shall col
ii-c: and disburse all moneys, tinder
:h.' direction of the club or of the
i- xivv.tivi' romniitto1, and he may at
ii - s il ;m i et ion appoint a sub-coin
::. :::ee to act under h;rn, iu the dis
charge ot ins duties.
A:". VII. It shall he the duty of
'i..- executive committee: 1. To
ex.inni.e the repist rat in or jiolling
tMjki of each tinviishii and ascer
tain if ail the qualified voter are
registered. !'. If all are not regis
tered, to obtain the registration of
s.:c;i as w;il vote for ourrandulatt
..1 11.. .
To ascertain it' those registered
arc actual and buna fidr residents of
the polling places of the township.
1. To see if any voter luus been
registered more than once in any
polling place in the township where
lie resides, or in any other town
ship, either under the same or dif
ferent names. 5. To ascertain if
any registered voter is under 21
years of age. f. To note names of
all registered persons who are dead
i f -
or who have removei
polling places of the township. 7.
To ascertain the declared or prob
able political opinion of each voter
:n the township. S. To take care
that all doubtful, lukewarm and
wavering voters are projXTly ap
proached by judicious and capable
1 ' v 1 s . 1 s iuc isauro vii luc enii-. .11 i t,i
,, 1 1 t- : represented bv Dr. Phi
paign thoroughly explained. Tin, ... T . ,,
rtl.ll r. 1 I
i . m i, n i i t M. Tav or, Uev. L. ( . ass and
election. 10. By all legal means to j f
aid the challengers on the day of ( s'
election in preventing fraud, intim- Win ne.sv ille Xnrs: Mrs. Dr.
idatiou and illegality in voting. 1 1. j Mnrdooh, (f town, scut us this
To send conveyances for the sick, j week the boss squash of the season,
disabled and lukewarm. 11'. To aa-; It measures . feet L' inciies in cir
certain tlioe disqualified by judg-! cumference and L' feet 7 inches in
mentofany court. To obtain, as i length. Cau any eastern jiajier
soon as practicable, the names of J beat this mountain growth? Col.
ail white registered voters in the 'J. N. Brendle, of this township, left
different (filing places in the town- at our office day before yesterday a
ship and note: 1. Who will vote 1 bunch of oats which measured.)
ihe Democratic ticket. -. Who, feet 4 inches high, some of the
the Republican ticket. Who are i heads measuring 1? inehos long,
doubtful, lukewarm or wavering ; The oats w ere grown on land cleared
voters. 4. Who can best influence 50 years ago and which is said has
,ui) doubtful, lukewarm or waver- ' never had a particle ot fertilizer put
nig voters, o. What is the iiuiiiIkt on it. The heads were filled
of colored voters and who can in- Dr. W. L. Love, one of Franklin's
tl'ii-nce any to vote the Democratic most useful, honored and distin
ta ket. To furnish the chairman of guished citizens, departed this life,
the State executive committee, II. ! July LM.tt h, in the r7th year of his
II. Battle. K.ileigh, with this in for-
ma t ion. and fi:r t hci :
Art. VIII. The executive com
mittee may till all vacancies in the
.tiler's (if the club and the executive
eomn.i'.teo, but their act
may be changed by any
meet in g of t he club, and
man ot the committee
case of a tie
'he easting vote in the
1 the com m it tee.
Art. I X. The club s!
.U l . c
v c n
at s.uch hour and
president (or vice
s absence! inav de
' erin i tie.
. : n v
iii em tiers
meet l ng i
i. r.V V .KN'S K'lM.V
' n 1 1 1
. l 1 1 1 1 III I
ii I'a 1 1 I a
1 I ' n i v l.ani'o,
i s s- .ell t III t he
i , . j, - , the purpose ot ;.ik::ir hale..- .,; the
v ", i ' and -V- M.tnujrt- press l oi.;i:s and tei
- - .( ,. v.nilt eotypmg department. The iaiti
.. . ,i v i .(,. "ti tin- night of the 7th was mi
' ,",.' , ,. ',., he IV.V along the htle o! the A. ,v X.
, j ,. I i I i 1 1 . i 1 I t 1 1 . 1 i 1 that. ,1 s e e I ' . I 1 poets
: t lie road. ("apt. I'mu-il t n h 'i m s
. : . : -s a iw. th.- water i an across the load
, , , , : ,- bi la: eu! ert s. w h,-fe t eti.bank-
- ' ,.. . . ,,.., n . 1 1 1 Is eight !ect hig'u . Mr. and
,'. ; i ., j'J" Mis. Will. B. I. me. in : death o!
,. !,., ,!, ration In- h'tie l'.on,,i, their ii;i i::' d.o.h:. r.
s , : . : . , , . i h': , . i, ;, It nr the s;:,i- ie p : !, t' a
i i ''.,::. a, . 1 ell "'de ' "! lit'1 ' " ' " '
M'ss BI oo he I :...::;p., :.. a
,' ', .' I' '-e,' ' ''i', I.:',- li. A. Thomps,.:;. I-Xq.. n!;,,
,-,.,.,' ,;,,i i. ' s a. ' li . . ii 1 g ra I : :' : : g -nar" in
.. .. ... 1 as .m 1 1 - tic t ie-.t'I ii'.ll pi o'ess;,,-.. i,.,
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. - . - , , -...-k Ass.,, . ;. , a. ,:.;,-,! :,.
- . ... ,; . ,. .'in t :,, M: . M. 11 ,r,: :.g ::
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x , ; , ,, . , i ., 'r ' a nd bin Id , n gs. 1 ha I i ;iu ", ..;
',. a , , ,.',. , ' i : e race ' rack . t e : i , , ri g. -: , i . ,
-,, , , -, ' . i , '.-'s. :,-.. ire ai-o n:,,i.i ..t,'; t. :.
-,; - , . . I . i , ' : . i e e i i th c : s ;,,:::;:;. i , p- ,
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. . ,. ',!,.;;. :-:.. C i-c. Sw (',,!:.'. ,;. . .!
g . : ..s, !.-. Ih, s,.p, plir, j ,
. ..; : a , a n 1 1 . i : . : : - . n i . , i ditt.tg -. :.- !..,-
- : ' i a - g .,:. . : ; a t ' . ' , ; i ! i, . ,- ; ,
the Aclienienian. fonniler if the
Persian Ktnpiro ami Sovereign of
Asia. Therefore ruilpc me nor
this sopnlelier." could not protect
him. Tin' (Iret.'k.'' pillap'il liis ton.l
anil gave liis ashes to t ht dust ot
the desert, where it has been blown
about on hot Sartnatian winds
ueross 'horasmian waters ami
sifted on Scythian ami Cimmerian
for twenty ceiitnrie
. Shakespeai e".-
:1ms far pnarde
ci- from violation.
1 his i,-:
since it v.
t h. soi in :
e.ir or two
. r. 'posed to
-1 cl Stratford
cli of his cl
onie-.ee in this act
S:n ii a storm i : :
hi. however, w .: - :, a .
.o .. i tii .f i' i
: i iia r
i" "i-"-."' 1
l;iM-h to be again revived, and the
niight word singer, more fortunate
than C rus or (Toniwellor Kiche
lie ii, pel ha is t haii our r lit ':.
will continue to ivst in eacc under
the blessing and the curse winch he
has invoked on those who spare or
molest his remains. Jirookhm
(ilcanpil froni our Kxclmniros.
Wilmington Stitr: ( '
Noble, of this city, w ho
deep interest in matters
ing to the State Kxpo
ipt. S. V.
is taking a
who is '-proving his faith by his
works.-' has put up in jars a large
number of varieties ot' grapes
gTOwn at his vineyard near Wil
mington to place on exhibition.
are put up in glass jars, with
a solution nf alcohol and water as a
preservative, and placed in a pit
under the tloor ot a house on his
premises, which is partially tilled
with water, and which prevents
them from being overheated by the
presence of the alcoholic prepara
tion. The jars are all carefully
sealed and the grapes make a fine
and luscious appearancu as seen in
their glass receptacles. ('apt.
Noble has some very large and tine
pears which he wishes to keep for
the hxposition, but he savs he has
so far Iken unable to find jars large
enough at the top to admit them.
The Kvangelieal Alliance will
meet in Copenhagen on August
.'lOt h , and last until September 7th.
A large nnmber ot' eminent men
will participate. America will be
blip Selia tT.
T-w' 1 Tl... 11,11 T 11-
1 mi' J'.H, l'l- .11, III! II, 111, 1 M . ,
-The nights h ivo been com
paratively cool this week. Two
and three quilts are real necessities
for sleeping. Who says our climate
is not delightful? -Maj. W. .1.
Yates, one of the editors of the
Charlotte Home Ih tuori at . has been
spending a few das at the White
Sulphur Springs. Col. Willum
Johnson, of Charlotte, is at the
Sulphur Springs. Beaches are
bashful and backward m the moun
tains t his ear.
passed through tins
route for K.ileigh.
himself highly de
sole tnl id I ccept em 1
- ( . J a r v is
ci ' 1 i id.iy i-n
I 1 c c pi essei 1
ighted at his
i he Wihurng-
t.'Ii l.lli s. -l';,,f. .1. I
s': : u-r; u t ell ilei; ! id t
g raded scho. d . w a s u ;
i l age last week, in
V i n i ie Adams, , f , 1 1 1 g i
K. '. Adams. ,,f t li.it
.1 . K . M ac M .u in-ii an r
St. Joseph. Mo., olr 1
I II Si (II .
let ri mi
N'l'cJi il mi tlic Farm,
hears a remark made
that "any d Mil can be
r that "ediic.itiun is
wasted on him1 v
soil lor a livinc;.'
weic lu-aier the
ye 1 ' - ago. when
new. The virgin
cue mi the part
ho only tilis the
f rn f It . perhaps,
the count r.v as
soil would ield
of the husband
i nsect eliem li s, blight,
were nearly unknot n.
ca sa i hgs r,re far 1 1 om
'a e arc 1 egi n n i ng to
knowledge is power"
j im as -ureiy as an -in
the v. oi !il. Forty
mils too were of the
. i rudest io mis. and not
ice v. ,is I equiled to
1 . l i iii. and
tools to 1 he
To day .-nine of the
iine.-y made is on the
the farmer needs skill
to use these improved
best advantage, rather
to do heavy work.
The day has passed when muscle
rules the world. The battle-ax and
spear w ere muscle; the rifle and the
cannon are brains. The stacre-coach
and the rourier were nmscle; the
railway train and the
n and the teU'Erranh
are brains, on the farm, the scythe
was muscle: the mowing machine
is brains. The grain cradle and
sickle weie muscle: the self binder
is brams. The fanner of the future
will need to be. to a large extent,
an engineer and director of labor,
and a student, instead of a simple
labor. r, as the farmer of the past
was. The sooner we accept this
and govern and educate ourselves
(and our children) accordingly, the
more profitable will our farming be.
If ".iii)" fool can be a farmer'' and
make a living out of it, what ar
the possibilities of farming under
Til iica' ion
to the effect
sklliul and intelligent management? here and Xew Berne an 1 that is Grants
Kvetl in the most simple operations! boro. and the postmaster there says he
ol'ilit. f irm oilne iHnn lrill lfl nf! forwards all that comes to liis orlice.
use to us every day, not only in
enabling us to direct our work to
the best advantage, but in giving
us the ability to keep account of
everything, and know whether a
certain practice or crop pays us or
A lined man once said to me: ers are sparking powerful, a
"You are the best hand at guessing year don't hx em up. they w ;
I ever saw." I had told him there . ake a lcaP from its decision -would
be over six loads nf'lnv tni Pretty healthy around h.
get up. bur not quite seven. He
made the remark when we were
going to the barn with the
seventh load not quite full. Now,
there was no guess-work about it.
I knew the w idth of the strip cut,
from the number of swaths, each
one of which was six feet. I knew
how wide the rake, was, and how
many niKeiuis wo could put on a
load. So. after raking once down
through the piece, a little mental
arithmetic told how many loads
there would be. One can tell how
much a man ought to plow, culti-1
aie or naiiow in a tun. i rem t' Hi
ber once that I went away to be
gone all day, leaving a new hand to J
1. . : . . 1 , 1 1 I
Liaiiow a piece ui lunu ioi wueai.
At night I found he had got over'
... , . .. ,
six acu's with a harrow six feet :
wide, tie insisted that he liad done .
all he could. But after he had seen ,
the tip-ures on a boni'd. ami fonnil
that he had travelled less than one
mile an hour, he was quite ashamed,
and said: "It's no use trying to
tool you on a day's work:"' and he
never tried it again.
Suppose you have a big compost
heap which you wish to put on
twelve acres of ground. You walk
around the heap, if it is a round
one. stepping three feet at a step.
B is ."i I paces around it. You look
at it and see if it was leveled down
to w here you walked, it would aver
age ;i feet high. Therefore you say
oi yards , the circumference) multi
plied by 4 . half the radius, will
give the number of cubic yards in
the pile -lb. You know that your
manure spreader will hold just
about 1 cubic yard at a load; so you
set it to spread g'n loads per acre,
and come out ali right no guess
woik about it. Some years ago I
had a heavy piece of corn to cut.
A fiithful man was set at the job.
and he only made about tivo-cighrhs
I , n iii'ir a day. 1 compared the
we :i,; of stalks . 1 1 1 I giain he had
t.i han d i e with what he could ha ve
do on an a vera ge piece, and was
s.;::siic'l that he was doing well.
One night one of those "blowing"
na n e.ni.e along. "Why," said he.
Ad, mi l-h't doing anything. 1
can go in thi-re and cur ail acre a
day jn-t as easy as sitting on a
!e::ce." "Very well," said I, "Come
: :.. : i o w and cut an aci e. I will
; :". i.ti l.oO, and you can have
; ..- tan ,: showing Adam how little
or- knows about cutting coin." He
c - me before 1 w-.is no. and at noon.
ook t hi e
lie Used !
s t . .o in ti
d , i ; ni,i
I I'm-s !,
Is , . :,
o: ii . ;
I 1 1 1
w i i :
1 1 1 1
lecoiin r ol
t lie col l! . .1 1
: :ii.i tii
1 1 .
I .el :
I a I Ii,
- . 1
t lie pigs
men who se
I!ut, tha' ':
fanners v. !
pigs and -'
been surp: ;
many old n.
case I saw
live , e.u s o
to funnel 's
they were ;
well, but let
get to -1 ;
may h- e :
man ran sr.
a farm, the,,
E. Ti rrn, ii
. O ,v
The rains have . ri
cotton and peas.
Leon, aged three cai
and Alice uanielf. die. I
' nf ..iui-re-i fo,-nr
: The editor of the K,
.- i. at
1: of -
post after a
ioi t i cere it ion.
Miss Emma to the Kranti -ati.
Martha, aeed about two ,
years, daughter of Rich ,r i .
beth McCotter. .lied . n Tue.-d
a h .if
Wm. X. fugh. H. II. Dowdy an I I..
Miller have returned ln m their r .iny
and boisterous trip to.Pon.-m.jiit!:. X. C.
They report a t'ood time.
C. M. Caroou. J. B. Quick. Tic-. K..
ter and others have returned from a t: ;p
to Currituck county and report en
very poor not near goo i in this
Xo Jul"I;N.U. iast Saturday and laic
yesterday. You intimated that the
trouble was not at your cilice w hen the
last complant was made, that vnuruniee
was 0. K. There is but one hetwten
It is worse than provoking
dailies come at a time. V
P. M. had better look to his
is not too well fortilied.
to nave two
No marriages or deaths as 1:
this week, hut fair two or rhr
hear of much sickness.
, sickness in the convict
time, though four or liv-.-.
sick a little last v, eel; t
The farmers have exp
losses by rains and w i::
, corn crops in our n.-i,
looking considerable v.
t. U ere
and the h
orho. d ;
"t last ma
lAnr,a t V, ,' - ..-a-,il,..
! more davs. '
Mr. H. II. Sandiin -largest
tomato I have t-v
of the bright smooth ;
large and solied. I d
variety. It weighed 1"
liow-.d me to"
a' seen : it w,-.s
e.j kino, very
n't know the
i... l c l,.a,.
weighed over :
s. I k
pt it ii'
' wav a i
to get a wav
the Jol'l.-N Ai.. but could j.
had to save it by h- !pine
It Out Oi sILOm.
AnJ M:'. ' '-' i""' s "' ' '
andcai.-s tne .hinix in
sava. '.-Talk .,but vur
onions and c:.bb.-i -'.." etc
No harm ;a
that: we are ub.d that .-ii.fihii
be raised ana spokm of all
; lug can
country, anil we think we know win re
he got the s. r-d from. A. gentleman in
Carteret county raised one ef ti.e-a
things i.nt'0 that was so lai'ge that j...
raised a m.w and pigs in the s'.ieii ci .:
after he had used the llesh t -r food pn:
poses. And Cad Koonce's cni v.-t r -the
largest we had seen up to that tin,.,
and if they were strong enough to a.--. -;
the Editor cf the Jofi'.XAh in get;:;,.
tw o or three .subscribers, all w ell ac 1
good: r.o harm in that. But yu s. r 1
that squash to Xiinn and get ec.r p .j r
free for one ytar: ii' ye".: tak" ;lu. j ... r
already, get it and gr. e it to ,.f
your neig'abors. it w iii pay yea.
Big snakes and tut tic ale ahiut
washed away, and the bear-, wed. lie ',
are going to school to Mr. Hear, over i.a
Joues county, to '.earn how totoat pump
kins on their heads and rear-ting ear- m
their arms to fatten hogs with. Ti.e
gentleman who told that bear ft.-ry
seemed to want the goad j..., pie n t ; ,
think he was the originator f ihest tv.
and wants to make it ap
a man among men. and
ir that h
truth on his side
i 1 d-;
to know hiir. nur-i-liis.
it in the le:.?-. . f -r w :
to depart fr a. teat
if he ever had : 1. h. -was
net'".!', g very -nan
they are as .. ,-i..i-- u
things, fi ir 1 have on, a -ing
a little baby, ai: i a
like its ow n nn ither. t v
to feed it w ith, and n
Mr. made tint b
to beat (ieor'-- Ward
who would b lieve it'.-
Big picnic at the A
Sherilf Murrill '- pia.
Dot withstanding tie
weatla r a larg- y ,n.
dance. Mr. J
ville. and Mi-- 1
Swansb- ro. ere":
Cr. W. Smith. 1'.- .
iin fame, and the
candidate f.,r ti,,.
ci ai nt v . was en hat;
w . . i ; ;
I hear ; age 1st)
so. wei i done g 1
en r i r t ie aa into t he
n; nr.:::- r.v M v .
u : t f T. i
i this c,
In pur i;
i in I
1 l III'-
Mil of ( 111 -
Us.i!i illi- on
August, i ; i -1 . .
f nominal mg
mi vent ion w.i s
. CTIinlll II.
A ' 1:
. cn' executive
naiued A. ('.
t c m i m ii a! chair-
to t he
i illllk. j 1 . .
as scire I al
coin in i 1 1 1 e
ting of o i
I -O II s I
commi! tec man.
reported every precinct" propel ly
i cpresentcd by duly aiuiointed dele-
gates, and its
report was adopted
by acclamat ion .
In like manner, a committor
permanent organization was
pointed, i ne report ot tins com
mittee, making the temporary or
ganization pei maucii! . was unani
Next, in the same way. was
selected a committee on rules.
This committee made its report,
recommending the adoption of the
majority rule in nominations. On
, , , . 1 . vwii.lljv.vjvii(i,a--T,vvie (in riiuuKii t fit V
motion to adopt the report, sonie.aii nvnenaea of LApnintr tha fit in nr.
discussion followed: but the vote
being taken hv precincts, the report
w as adoited by a vote ot OUT -J.", ss
to 371 (.' SS.
The con vent ion (hen took a re
cess of half an hour, at the expira
tion of which time, on account ol
the immense crowd present and the
excessive heat in the court room,
the convention reassembled in the
Nominations being now in order,
Dr. E. W. Waid and Dr. C. Thomp
son were put in nomination for the
Senate. The first ballot stood,
Ward 'Mi 1-3, Thompson 725 2-.'!;
whereupon Dr. C. Thompson was
declared Onslow's choice for the
Senate, and his nomination was
Messrs. Hill K. King. S. B. Tay
ioi. C. S. Hewitt and J. W. Spieer
were put in nomination lor the
II oust1. llit li rs t b;i I lot st oo tl ,
King 511 12, Taylor IL'O 1-2. Hew
itt 72. Spieer tS-". On the second
ballot Mr. King received 557 votes
and was declared the nominee for
K. Murrill. K.sip, "t he old shei ill."
was renominated by acclamation.
For Kegister ot Deeds, Messrs.
J. F. (iiles, D. K. Humphrey, ('has.1
Gerock. jr., Geo. W. Blake, jr.. and
Geo. l'ainell were put in nomina-,
tion. The liist ballot, showed 3sii
for (iiles, 27 for Humphrey, 2(15
for Gerock. BU for Blake, 221-2 for
Farnell. On the third ballot Mr.
Giles received 5,S! votes, and was
declared the nominee for K'egister.
Messrs. B. W. Fverett and Sain'l
B. King were put in nomination for
Coroner. Mr. King was nominated
on the first ballot, receiving li!
The following County Fxecutive
Committee was chosen for the en
suing two years: A. C. Hoggins,
B. W. Ward. M. Bussed. Charles
( icruck. jr.. and. .'no. .
.S'Aitnsboro was named a-- the
place for the holding tin- Senate: ml
( on cent ion: and the chair, on mo
tion. appointed the toihoving gvn
tlelneli ,s Seiiatoli.il delegates:
.hie. F. (',--.. II. B. Fi-.inek. jr.. Geo.
W. Blake, sr.. Bobeit J. Williams.
John B. Saw cr, M Biis.sell. D. J.
Sanders, D. -. A man. Cliatles
( lerock. jr.
The eon yen I ion. h a i n g com
ph-ted irs labors, then adjourned
S "vi " r .
' II te
.st g'atnig install. -e
i : -c v is that of S.icilcii.
licit loll ol i Hi 1 .., ,
lisell to he taxed six
1 ninety t iihimi i : d dollars
port of the I o ,i I I a m i i ics.
I e elille Is only t Went
"e hiindi ed and clghl
and. utile bundled and
and thus iie.i 1 ' i h 1 1 t
, 1 1 t 'li- I e e 11 1 le gees o ,
maintenance id my. dry.
a;, s I hive hundred .Hid
ts.md. one bundled and
- '. t tie ill X II I ol a king;
' o i , ; i 1 1 i i e . 1 and s :
Ioi t he sllj
Il 1 1 1 ci
h II II 1 1 I ei 1
e eshleli I
i t I 1 e 1 1
m ; a
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I III: IM)l(.UIO HKI TIM.
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;i !i A li-'. i i n, i i - m . . I
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til. Ii an. I c!i i hi rell . ;tssr :n 1 .! 1 ih,
1 ' n - i hi lake in!.- i - ai -1 , 1 i . ' I- i
n .ii! e- i. hi i if lie- 1 1' i oil . if i Is
oi'.' Hi ; , 1 1 1 an i ir, ! i Icon .- ' in
w all.- :,
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e.iile, t. .1 t
lies ,.! .
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r, r.l d fee;. in
if In i s t hat
1 : iii 1 j-lee-
w i r- ti red at,.! the . r
ilile The cr,, w d ,,f
1 1 aii u te 1 llie fi re. a - ..
al , f i rul lcnant . Mr
1 11 ,
1 !l -
. tie- pt inie iiinvi i-
vi nillg- looked
lie ivt-r A the o . tils
looked calm and
at on the sli - of
a hunch of w u.r
t hoa h! f u I
Hat. - s ,t,,
s ut his feet, while l'l
neither leading spirit, was living
aii'iiiid getiing things in order.
At about s- (k'clock Wiggins ualke.l
upon the stand ami rapped the meet
ing to order. lie moved an organiza
tion by calling Mr. John Cardner to
the chair: he put the motion and it nan
carried unanimously. Wiggins theu
suggested that the editor ivhh present
and things must be done "pointedly. ''
He moved that Seth Fisher be elected i
secretary, which motion was declared
adopted. Wiggins then called on the
chairman To explain the objects of the
meeting. Mr. Gardner came forward
and opened with a rambling speech
about liberty, the eoiiBtitution . and the
tyrants in whom we had "confided our
confidence. " touching towards the clone
upon city aHairs. lie said about the
time the city government began opera
tions upon the present system it was
ui tlinf ftA win 1.
der. but last year there was collected
i 1J-, of which $2,000 wa for the
graded school, or degraded school ho
would prefer to call it. He stated that
lie alluded to these matters, not for ihe
benetitjof those w hom he then addressed
but for their little children: "and."
said he. "the man who w ill not look out
for his children and try to protect Ihrm
from these tyrants is unworthy of being
a father or mother.'" He closed his re
marks by introducing
HoN. o. UL'BBS.
who had been invited as the speaker f
the evening. Mr. Hubbs, on taking the
stand, explained more definitely the ob
je ts of the meeting than did fhe chair- '
man who had preceded him. He then
branched out and made a first-rate
Blaine campaign speech, leaving York
entirely out in the cold. The portion of
his speech which reminded us of York
was where he said emphatically that he
had very decided opinions in politics;
that he would be or. one side or the
other, so that people would know un
mistakably his position. We think he
made some rather unfair statements in
arraigning the Democratic party, espe
cially of this city and county. For in
stance he suid the city debt had been in
creased under Democratic rule to
-M i 000. or somewhere within a thou
sand or two dollars of that amount, aud
that the court house now being built by
the county commissioner would cost
s'-tO i)l ei. We hardly think either of these
statements are true, yet we must con
less that the w ay work is progressi ng on
the court house it is hard to tell what it
will cost or when it w ill be completed.
We suppose his speech, however, was
about as fair as a Democratic speaker
would have made under similar circum
stances. A portion of his speech we en
dorse. It cannot be published . vet it
did not make the women leave lor
blush. When Mr. Hubbs cloned bis it
or.,.. II. WI'ITC
was called for. He bad m speech to
make. Didn't think lie had much to d i
with the meeting as he lived down tow n
witii the white folks where the streets
had been cleaned up by the city author
ities. He advised them to proceed in a
quiet way by adopting resolutions
and appointing a committee to .re
sent them to the Hoard ol Cmm
oilmen asking a repeal of Ihe
ordinance, and if the fai'ed to do it he
would not advise them what to do hut
a for himself if he ovnd live bundle, 1
Ioi- he w on 1, 1 ie i work a si ngle one un
less he chose to. He prom isc. I tn it to
make a -peceh but came near s-a iiigm
,,ll a time or two. When Mr. White
iiad taken 1 i-i seat. Phillip Wiggins
ar-.se and walked slowly across the
stand. lb- was discovered bv some one
w ho w a ii ted to bear more speak i ng. and
he was called 1. r. He took the stand
reluctantly a(t r healing the smart men ei
speak. He said the I'ouncilman that
had ..ir.-ied this ordinance musi li.ii
I n thinking itlii'iit Xew York, where
they ' 'hit paved streets, he had forgot ,,
li.it N . I t h ( aroliiia had done aief
crowed all up with itrass. I.
At this utioture the reporter, not in
dignant. but tired of much speaking.
1.1 1 red f o .m the scene. He learned . k
however that a committee ol ten was
ipp-.o.le.l to pies, ut their grievances to
1 ' a- I t .,1 1 , '1 I oil I c 1 1 at their next meet
n;e- here were about one bundled
and 1 . 1 ; v j, i esriit . perhaps more or ma y
! less man V of w lull 1 1 w el f r. .in t he
I -' I and ::r I Ward- w h,, w ,.,si i .
: I M iii i; i, i i A (r.ni A.
I.i.t in Mukn l-'ilna i'luii
, tits ,.
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li hel lllltol
. s i n ) a t -ig
a I lellloc I
l n i
A Marvelous Story
told m two Lmtiu.
FROM THE SON:
" Cdu fL Hot
drntl-rmfn My father noldM st Oknr,
vi. lie Imj I,!) great tttfT.rr from Hro.
ula. nni) tbe hK-Wxad letter will Mil 70a what
ft luarreloni elToct
h.-u bail lit hi. ok. I think fcli blood mat '
hare ci iiLA.i n.s-1 it,, humor for at taaet tea
yenri ; I, ut It did not bmr, lonptlatb foma
of a errifuleim .ore on tha wrlat, ntl aJaaaS "
fiv. year. Bjr'i. From a f.w aaotarkiall mp
penre.1 At that tlm, tt gradually apraad aa aa
U cover hW entire body. I aYnr 70a aa waa
o-rril.lv amicled. aud w objaet of Btty.-Vhaa
he hegan u.inn your medlctna. Kow, tiiMa ara
few men of liu age who en)oy at (nod aaalta
as he has. I could easily nam OfiypeMoaa -u
lio wnnid tntlfy to Uie facta la hi oaaa,
Vnim truly, W. H. PxiUIM.
FROM THE FATHER: X- .
a duty for me to fftnU in Jfrn VLm tifl t .
hare derived from the om ot '' '
Kli month. Rtrnl m completely MMTM irltfc
n teriilil. humor and arofokmi Km. "Tha
humor cauaed n.tP0B nt Hd tntotalvM .
ltd, inn. and tli. nklnHrmekad to tb'ora
ttm blood to How In many plMM fclm
I ccre.t. My .utTortngavara fraat,M4 mf
I I.. a burden. 1 nommenead ta VM-af. Ik
S Misrmu.A In April laaX.and haaaaaai
It r-ii)arlT since that time. My aoodlUoai
began to improve at ones. Hia aural fcaa ..
all healed, and I Teel parfeetly wall fa .lay
reflect being now able to do a good daya
--rk, although 78 years of age. Maay lnqsira
what ha. irreught snch a core la my aaaa, pad
I tell I horn, as I hare bar triad to tall fat,
AVer's StaiAPlilUJi. Glorer, VU, Oat.
21, 1882. Yours gratefully,
li iaaii pmuia
ATrn'a S a its at aktlla euros SflrafMa
and all Hrrofuloua OomplaiBta, Bnjraly
elaa. Kczema. Ringworm, Wlotajtaa,
Hor,., Roll., X ii mora, and Krmptlama mi
llic hkln. It clean the blood of all baa
ritlca, ails diirestlon, stimulates tbe aatloa of
tlm bowels, and thns roaloies rltallty and
elrciiKiueiis the whole system. '
FRrr A RET) BT
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Milt.
Sold by all Orugnl.ta, ft, all botttas for f.
CHAS. H- BROWN, '
T O K N 15 Y AT - LA W ,
KKASVH,LK. It. C.
I'l i.-ii'-.-K lu i lie i ' !! n I ls of implln, Lanoif
l 'ill Veil. .bltlPK Hill) IlllSlOW.
c, ,1 lei-t ti n of 'IrI in. a nperlal ty .
i -,.i resiion.leiioi. aoi1ciid. tt arawaai
P. H. PELLETIEE,
.Ion. a r.aslt, H.
Will piu.-i i . iii tin- I'ourU ef Cartarat, Jonaa
simtIm! i i . n i ion (iiven to tha oollactlon of
clauiiH. himI Ni-ttiiiiK e.tnl of Uaoaaaad par
m. .1. CLARKE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
new Dumptj-m, ivx. o.
I'rsu'l'iaxa In t li e t .urta of Oarteret, OrTa,
'uinlloo and Wajraa
the 1'niiml Htatas IXmrt at
llectiiin of aeamen's wagoa and al
1 1 1 si cHHi' Ik h .per la My .
air iloorn hIhivi. Uaston Hmiaa.
w m k tTLAarm.
MOORE & CLARKE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
New Heine, N. C.
w 1 1 : ie et Ik,- 1 n t l.e i -ourts of Oarteret. Cra
ven, or.-, -ne. Ily.i., Junes, lenolr, Oitaluw
mill I 'a li I he , c ,im tli-K.
Alio In t lo siii-fiiip ( 'ourt at Rulalgh and
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ATIl!lii:S K. COI.NSELLORS AT Lit.
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nun 12 .I.Vwtf
1 h copartnerablp for tha
m- iii Join-. county, will raga
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eol lurt lona.
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