M 1 !
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IL HAH PKtt,
I X I )K PEXr
'T IaNT ALL TH 1 ,XC
i;Y I.KKXK, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. WW
- :oavi ui' .T
aJTotfir- Torma $2.o6 Per Teki '
DURABILITY, NEATNE'JS AND COMFORT
i i i i ;
Jl'STLY I.HIM 1 1 : 1
Ziegler Bros. Shoes,
OF wiiRil vi; it.Wi; n
. . NOW hm: s M.r. : i:
AD I ! A ' !
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loiittiov -and s
t ' 1 : i ; 1 p 1 ' I ; t 1 1 : i I i
lit1 II f s We Is a- u o
,.-s o i ! . i : : l 1 . -..pell-.
.t!id oil r ! i v s.d
w n; i-t tJi.-'i i i.-.: .
Mingle 1 in horn a.v
-eera i ai r r i
vveinvite vor TO i iiMi: AND KXAMA
wki.i. as Tin:
1 T? T.
Of JlJoJ .likcwi? hsre open - i 1
"t Low Figures, Especially
OV 4iAr rtaer. D O F.TT I N d ', 1 'I :
kets. for ho svmn of
-::-..: ,'i, iC : I: .
i - ' : -: h ;..;., . i, , , i i i ,11
'. a i. - ' ; ' - ' :.i!.ii!.iniifiit
- ; ' : 'in' c.iM n- ry y
: - M. i;r. I i : i
irki-t !"i tiit ir i'r(K!u. :.-i the
out llkt1 A 111 .11 Llt'lcirr ;il,i .is It
i;r-i : i.:-. i!iH;,-ult way. .,n,l
-I"''! t hr rii.u.uijr si-i-iii-r- u;i
!"!'!! ;t fv,'iy t i:rn, ami : ami at
! a-r n;'.'ii the sumniit cf Mitoln-ll
'..-..t' ji'od'v iiiiuintain." highest
a:i.l i i M . r i.i" thriii all and hmk
n;!i tin" circiin vatnos
1 '; 11 1 n i t ,i ! In i r en larod and al-t-n
r.ii.t n n-.l vi.-imi. 'J'licy may
-h.Mit ('. ir ,i:rc and si m df i,,y. or
t ii.-i-r w:th a;n.:!.' ardor, or sii!
I: c'.v. -!. 1 1 in t'li t a! 'ha', hut tht-rt'
" :11 never ta;l tn he a deep under
'"iie nt rrverenee and awr. The
' h"ii'h' ruiiint he repressed that
In"-! h:r!i laid; the tirma-
'I'l,.' I'f llltV
Vitli Tin- i.'.-. and
:n rl v
tern N i r t h a i a i n a i s p r a 1 1
: ASH BUYERS.
v,BD5INi T11K IH'.ST STOCK OK
Gene raj tVlerchandise
I i t ) i ' 1
THAT-. WAS KvEU K K IT VA
W will gtTC 'lic ef th- ir i'- a' . . .a
nr.TTi ( ; vu uu )
wilh tl.r aui ol" this "trrU'hes away in t-vrn
; - , - . Ironi this centra! Mimmir. rh
1 i 1 ii 'it i ' 1 1 j i r t 4 ,
rnninit.iirK s;.'mih hv i r i t 1 f r
!," "' I'r"f!- n.inuslito lulls, and th- hid-, t-
' ' !. i:!..:.lli-tli '.t plains, win:., t hr hi -li ran 'rs m r !,
i I s :ar i:i..nii.ru 'if alia'ent States can I.,, sren in th
. ar.- distance s' St.itr- are v::!.;(
, " . !'r"in the snniinir.
l ..'. 1 a - i ; r in ..n ,-r . rns ,
, . . . . K seems untui run.ile (a.c tin
arriM-d in tt as p.nt Mindav last. , . ,. ,
, ., , ,. ,,,, . i ,- . 'D'nes attaehed o he tiua n ; a ,;i s
riMHet.ii ! .ran "i t. u here s hewn , . ...
lri.i .- ... .. ....i ...... .... . .. ... .
.in.i .lll-y iHMI ...it ,iin- iiil .11. l it
to'rther tin in a 1 u dr.H I snr!
rrinarkahlr and r - -1 .n .. ; hrm
fv. shuilid hi
-ii.r e in j ,'perations ovt-r
r !eiU in eon neet lull with
-u:e. nmv leine' irise-
r : , . -1 1 ' h i-
hai r;er--t hat He wngheth the
mountain- in scales, and the hills
in a balance and that before the
mountains were brought forth, or
ever He had formed the earth and
the world, even from everlasting: to
ev( a lasting. 1 t. js Cod.
KM. I.A.Mrs I! K A T DKIiATK.
"tt.T.-l .:) I:
atrr 1 t". a I
her of ih.. I '
phi " i S, I.',
f i' la t i
in i vi i t
to the a
ua: i 'I'
ll IV I ' i
liH to o,Y
Inll. h, i. :
not .! h,.:a;
p- ah ,1 fro,,
hut t; rally
ralh .i i , r ;
t ht- ?trn
cates. a- i:a,:,
then taken u ;i
Mr. Dawes, th
ti rp gPSPion .
At 2:50 the d
1 it:, r
nr . trcecy IJoOi Right and Wron-.
Ilatteras Iclet was washed out in the '
fall of 140 in a urpflt atrti-m t;u..-j
Quidley lived there; he told me the tide
was waist deep it his house and he ex
pected to be swept away, and during
the night of this terriac hurricane when
he and familv h.nrl lnf oil v.
at; a at
r. i v
Hi ai hal w-.s
". i i'- m ju of
'I'.t into , xecti-
a.::-i',ii that tie- rs7e rovidi-ijr f.,r
-a r,-t sessions omght ta le abro-ated.
and there never jai- a time uiieu the
'.'rncration of those ruls was niade so
plain as at present. His iMr. Sutler's)
x"'rinee in the Situate couvioqed him
that there was no use and no necessity
t,,r secret sessions, except, perhaps, in
. aa-iaei iuK ireatises w ith foreio-n na- , .i.i- j j r. T J uw
t. ,.:-. The Senate of the Unite,! States ""emy went down and he knew
wu- the only legislative body in th 5' g great had haPPd, but he
w, ail. except that now-had any . he fnr Wh";0b in morS
pp.vi-ions for secret i(,E, 1 he found the water 25 feet deep where
At the conclusion of Mr Hiitit-r-s w 6 6n a high beach the day
-h a, h Mr. Logan gave notice he would bhe,f?ue; a"d U gaT0 him euch a 8r
a-k to l,e heard after the morniL busi- t !P C.,Untr-v &t 0DCe- In
.a s tomorrow on the - object open 1 hurrica the,t',(le m Paml'co river
exe. -.uive eions pon was Reven feet below normal. The
Mr Uiddleberger' submitted as a sub- ' anTchi'116 m f Tranter8 cre
-mute fr the Pcndrflff 'resolution re- i fu",'1 cl:owinity bay were plainly vis-
laung to executive seas.ons, a resolution i wVUhinT Pels of the bridge at
providiiic -that all ,!,,, ', ,' " i ;Va8bm.t0D washed away. Per
those relating to treatises should be con- ' CB 1 thJ0 Stug rt
sidered and actedTInoi ter the Senate1 i y the PeoP,e of the Al be
in open session. - , . 1 marIe regl0n to an appropriation to
ju v-'. ., .. cui. uui tne iniet nt Nnira rtoan
BRIEFS. lit '
Si.mi J ones is preaching at Louts- w
i were r.i."-opei;,.,l.
1 r. . lad.li
' I'er- a.
Coard oi . -r
. r !,
I il- a;eii
KIK3T0S'. March. 1886.
a 1 1 1'iv'r.i! ii ;
a co; brr -ii, -h w,,rk l- -.nridental t
the in lit) o:,rrt. sii;rii is to deter
mine the aia a.- and positions ot tin
ri.it ui al o -tn beds ol North (aro
l ina. i a tin- s.wno manner a
doiir f.,r Maryland, 'irc:nii and
of'lirl S;.itr.-. l.letlt. NN'ltlsiow. win
IFsV.OU. WAWT GOOD SHOES,
- '-.C0.Be fir. iJXY
o ooEEICLER BROS.,
TO BE HAD OHLY
r 'Ereiy'iair warranted to give satisfaction or n't
monexr'refViiided. rnt "y-t.r arr.k0f the i-n
atPetteFSon's Shoe Store,
i,,ri.. -i , ' 1 1 . -- ,-r..r v ,f , t ... ...
wtn Crptmn oi a lew Indian n a m es, ,,iir h
a- t hr S iv. in annua and tin' I at iu I, i
i rei-eti : 1 v i in - . i ... ... . i .. i
, ana ,in' i'l llir luill'M llioi mo-: nil-
-'vvr."m1nt' cniprom.s.n- An-lo Sixon.drvo.d
iae rli.mi't'ii their , , , ,
, , , ot enphoiiv which one cannot
iratures since the , ... " , . ,
, - '(-.trv ii, i iiiiLn ii ion ail' ion ', r.
made man v ears J . ' , 7
.- , or firoiuuiuce ithout doit; ; vi. lenee
la. 1 - : n , :, en f :i t, i . . .
to elevated or portir srii t . me n ; .
It they were bestowed Iioin a fan
cied i eseui bianco to the o'oiect lor
or alter, which th, v Here n mo il
w the resemblance is not u-uallv ap
parent t the ordinary oo-rrvrr.
while their : neon -'rm ; and un
, , , . . wmie tncir
is a i re .id v d;rrcrm' the operations fl
i . , . ,. , .'''v'"i, coutliness is
....w..... i. .. ., .. r. 'nt to al
V I II UI , , 11. v. .1 ISO ut'IIl
the Suprnntrndrllt i
Survey . ; t i i t i r iln,
i;oerum.rit work. The Scro.sby
win locecu iroin nrre aionir tl.o
" a i
narireu iv u- i
I ; W e are standing m tne rt nine
"' ,'t southern nart ol V.nu", cuntx
with 1 hiniomlie on the south and
McDowell on the east, at a little
a.r ' , . ,, i ,- ,i uistanee ironi us is tne 1'otato fop.
shores ot thr sounds lor the purpose i, , , , '
.f,., .,.., . . r,n ' . supposed to bear some re.-i-m b ance
ol icw i n 4 general t he grounds to . , . ,
. , , " , - ., '" ton bunrn ol Irish potato tops
ie one o rr during the cominc . i i i ,
,, , , ,, , I,, upon wh-.ch is a landmaiK dnio tin '
M'.lson. and w;n reach r.eaufor: bv , . , , ., ,
i , ,i , i . i , , - the point at wluch the.-e three eouii
the end ol the week, at which p ace n i , , ,
. i- , o i i.i 1 tie.s all ixiruer. Looking northward
active work will tK'Cm and the sur- i ,i , , ,
,. .. , r ,,. , , vre .-iee close at hand several peaks of
vev pro-c utrd northward. ... , . '.
Vi i .,i ,,i i the ldack mountains, cmeiamono-
1 lir i let ai I ot t he rrosb v or t li ,s . i . , . ... , , , , , . . "
r ri- ... ,i ; . . . them, the two 1, lack Krothrrs.t he a
work .v Inch l-important to the , ,. ' ,,, i .
t i ,r- ',r.i i le bear .mil the L at 1 ail peakimorc
xoide ot ortn (. aroliua is due to . . ., ,, '
ri,., f e.if i,,- ,i i- i i remote is the loan mountain run-
tne lliteicst tclt t)v the ledern . .. .
c , ,,t , i i niup; to tne iirarul at ier peak m
i tov r rnnii n t and the people ceil- Ti . i ,
r,i,.. , , T, ... ; , r .i northea-st, and we can extend our
1 11 I ri,ill'l'ini:iml,i lli.i -It,'.. ,,t Vi
iley between the
""ii x ; ; I; f" Cat Tail peak -and the Koan mo.in-
in the .Northern states that anv ad . , .,
Liitii i nr -ouiLr oi iur a,, i II 1 or
river. In the northeast are Table
nock, tut' iiawK Kin and the I. in
SIGN BIG BOOT.
Iiddlg Street, New Berne. N. C.
thr supply is a Ihiou to
illation, and. there
I. II. SULTAfl ASKS A QUESTION!
nlv all u ho at
he o -tr r
larger class, the consumers
AM E YOU READY
- ,' X . - . . . .
TO. UV YOUR
ir Nohhy Sacli and
. If toy dott BAxe your purehuc until you e
Catawsy 8uiU t Very Low Prices.
Boy Sailor Suit frm $1.50 t. 3.m.
Ik 8trW Hftfs cw jM rarpriM you it th
Stock f Underwear m COMPLETK.
. Ia Ladles Dress (3ooJs and Shoes
Give'XTs a Call, and See For Yourself.
0 m. n. Sl-LTAN,
ee7 dw-Sa ..r.K.i J. .vf.' a.r.sia
the -.v hoi
.... l. . .- X- i . 1
i,vi,i , ' , . ' ' ville mountains part of thr P.'.ur
ar" vo'Wril with i:trat ritrre-r. nor .. . "...
,v !l uho ar nn..r-..,i i, ranpe-vvlnie directly east i-
, 1,, 1 ,,, ,, , , the big l.tlte. or C.rei n Knob, also
idu-:rv. but that much ., ,,,.. ,- 10 , ,
. " t'.viL yj 1 1 nr i.iiir liillLtr. .I1IJ
....... r ., . amontrthr.se is t tie souirr ot thr
iiiv c-t:catious 01 tne crost)V, con- -r i i
i , .1 . ,r,n 1 South loe river, which run- north
ducted a.sthev will he i n connection .
w,'i, -h ,,r,",,.nl',i J, , , west and 101ns with t he Nort 1 Toe.
w 1, h , he stirv e 01 f he .-state author T1, ,, , , , , ,
,., ,0 1 ,: ... .1 .... I nose are the head waters o he
itie.-. will 1m' ot creat benefit to our , , ,
,, 1 , , 1 ,.- , . (treat Kanawha, which tosiii;
people, and we have reason to con- ,-, - ,
..ft ..... 1 1 est ircinia. tunes with thr
rratulate our.-clv es upon having so ,,l , ., , ,
,,,,,1 .11 . . Ohio and Ilovvinc throiiu'h the Mis-
:ntlue tia . dcleca uoninf oncrass, ? waters into the
a.- w athotit their intluence m secur- j,- M' .
mc the as.-i.-tance ot the govern- , ,1 , ,i . ,, ,,
,,,. 1 1 Da the ftoul lieast wr can .-re a d
un lit tne :ate could not have ac . ., ,, ,
compP-hrdrhrdr-ned work, n time fn,,ou',ta, 1,1 '-l'w,-l county and
for ,'t to be ... anv Kreat benefit. ""' -nn h
NMide the area in this State now ttV " T'TTr '
. , . a i . . ..ru 1L1 r , . Houth is the fsoutli Mountain and
4 r .uST()MSHICf
rion. Near the latter 1- the head ol
-mail, ur air assured bv l)r
. ...... ,.,i i,i. ii iii.MiMi Luai i , , .
there is fullv.i haif muhon acres v , ,u'n; ""
that can beutdi.ed. That.sabout '''J h,'"f T'T 0,lt 'war"
the same a., .s now productive in f ,nto ;S'! h olma. here u
the Che.-aake and Delaware bavH "own by the name4, the U a-
and the ovster indastrv in those iVV J,Wn "R. ' ' n' "'f
localities is worth something near
1 1,mmi,immi per annum. If the
Si ro-by and the Hoard of Agncul
"ure can. together or separately,
n an appr.'Ximatrly tijiia! volnme
mingle its waters with rl,.- Atlan
tic. l'residelit Sivain. of t iie i ;.:vei-i.
ty ot North Carol : na. v said : h it
' Intllrate IT1 od i li r n 1 1 o nn
a "a V.iu s:a:
April .;. (ilad.-tone's
--ummin c up toui-ht was by all
odds his creates: cilort lor many
years. I: is difficult indeed to re
eall a more thorouc'h. brilliant and
masterly handlincol any subject,
'"hr mai.iie; i:i w h.rh hr smashed,
pulverized and destroved the
puerile aic'iineiii- of his opponents
macnitici'lir. r.etore his
Miumphant blows the whole wordy
labile, reared with such pains by
the picrnies of th,. opposition,
"ertned to crumble away to the
veriest atoms. His voire lasted
weil. his manner was animated and
h:- aia'umeiits clear and lopiral
from the been n ti i n " to tlie ,ti,l of
this tremendous oratorical triuniih. '
The speech of Sir William Har
court. ( hancellor of tlie Kxehequer,
was an acreeable surprise. We
w. re prepared lor a tame, half and
half acipi icscence in the Premier's
policy, but he delivered a powerful
address, givinc Mr. Gladstone
hearty and undivided support.
Joseph Arch, the representative
in Parliament of the newly enfran
chised acrioultnral laliorer class,
pledced himself tonight in favor of
home ruie. Arch is a man who was
supposed to be peculiarly suscept
ible to the personal cuulanoe of
I 'ham hei lam and the influence of
the P.irmincham caucus. He was
taken up by t he caucus, petted, and
iu; forward in every possible way
as a Chamberlain man. At the
propel time he was to pull Cham
berlain's chestnuts Out of the tire.
Chamberlain's supposed power in
t he count ies of which sucji threat
ening' use has been made is built
upon his alliance with Arch. The
critical moment for which Chamber
lain has been, planning at length
arrives. Arch is called upon to de
cide between ( ladstone and Cham
berlain, and places himself at Glad
stone's side, as welcome a recruit
as anv the Pieinier has yet rc
i e. vcd.
f ollow ;nc Arch, several Scotch
members, who had been on the
fence, declared themselves for Glad
stone and home rule. The whole
srheme so elaborately prepared to
unite the Scotch delecation in op-po-;tioii
to the Premier is in a fair
was toward collapse.
The labor representatives In Par
liament are now solid for Gladstone
and home rule. Not one stands
out lor Chamberlain, Trevclyan or
I lai tinctou, a fact full of hopeful
sicniiicance if there is to be a new
elect uui. The .Radical associations, .
too, have becuu to move into l.ne.
The situation in other respects
improves, and the anti-Home Uulers
are lo.-mc C'"-1 hourly. The
speech of Samuel Whitbread, Whig
member lor 1 Jedford. Lord II artinc
ton's intimate associate, has com
pletely broken the solidity of the
Wine phalanx. Disunion and de
moralization prevail in the Hart-
on motion of Mr. Conner the senate took
a recess of twenty minutes to review-the
parade of the District of t'olnmhe. v.f.
versary of their i
"f n'.inn ',a'; A
recess the -. e n,.
Appn.priar: n 1 oh
stantially a- it rat
priat 1 ns ( '. -icni .it
Ser.ate adj urta d.
I h a-;: Mr. M .
report.' I 1 rum th,
eoir.rrittee the T ir
I'V tile rep,-rt .,1 til,
1 1, niocra-1.- :n.-i:i b
U"ferre, 1 to t i,,.
Mr. McKu.h-v ;.r
the m i n o r i t v i i v e
of the committee.
Mr. fCNeill Pa
printed in The i;L
w orkmen in ., ; ; t h.
durti. in , a t '.,' t.n : 1
Mr. M, in-, i; . h
a petition -i. al l i
for a Corgr. s.
cuiM's ana en.
troubles in tie-
a" twetity-tifth arm i
: I'lirture for the seat
. t a o ex i a rat i. n of th
took ,':p the la,l. ,n
Tr.- iall na-.-e,!
i'r. m th, Ajr,i
- -' ' ' I' ni t he
a v -
: hhi. :
la. i i il
'in tn . : ;
v.av i i : r
f r, an the 0, mm i
a res, iluti- n r, v i 1 ire:
en.il ino iiry into i'-,e
nt , t the pre.-eni lah. ,r
t.-t. 'i'rie re-, ilitt i, ,n
took up the bill reiama-bv him f mm i ot7nU?5d getting, I think,
the committee oais "-for the re- ton hnilr th. hS?- yer8' f WashiDg"
l.ef of soldiers of honorably d is- To hrint , ,. u
charged after six months' service who I rlZ , I ?u the queet.on fully before
are disabled and dependent noon thei? , CoDKre8' the citizens of the Albemarle
own labor for support and of d?Dend- 1 uT had a hthoph chart made (a
ent relatives oT sold Ur who tied I tn I " ' f,n DaUtiCal guage i, a large
service or from disabilities contracted I oha tinlSiSf.f "T
therein ; nart m tne Admiralty at London, Eng-
The amount the bill would acid to the rDd" which chart was made from the
per..-i. ,n Habilit es r,f the Goverment ' r TVJ J ol North Caro-
neaily as Mr. p.lair had been able to hna- by he British Government, about
turn an estimate wo Id not be more ! Z T fift7T8iX year8 BiAc:
tha.i---'-,.eu0.hfi h ThebiU ncludod he f tbatCbar Bh9wedour rivers, har--:ii.L
every :-ulJica h h iving we ow -find them:
honorablv discharge 1 fro m thrm? 1 f? ' an inlet precisety wlre
was now snlTcring Kfrom disabi I tv an 1 i "onat .7 a' the oldest
was dependent on his ownlabor I SLtthp' it l . nerer eartl f
support, llu rewasa very strong 1 hp9M, v. a,wy.9 been a bald '
feeling throuahont the i,n Mr , . acl V a very pertinent quesUon .
Hlair said, that something like iustico I nleLf " 8an1ed "?, -ike other
should bo done to the class of persons ! T U not and ?P
who w ni, b(? benefited by this bill aK?r' o, for two reasons: the inlet
Mr. Van Wrck submiUed an amend- Y 'r?tS torwa,ds a cape as does Beaufort
met providing that no so.diers pensLn I . "d CaP? FearJ CaPe
u:ul-r this act should bo loss than SS a , V. " VearB 8ince' Roarke
month 1 marshes was so narrow I could throw a
At 2 p.m. the nftttcr went over for i iTrZ'nTthu' here is now
p day and the Interstate Commerce bilL JS.? i ' allowing in heavy
was laid before the Senate !DOrtjWestJBe8 the waters of aU e
Senators Cullom and Palmer spoke in ' UD and "vers of the' Albemarle re
favor of the Interstate Commercl bilT f nfXVv in'Z0 TP
At a:C0 the Senate ad iourned. ! ff ... "P,' .ts.aPe. of h3h tldes
H'HSK.-The House resumed the con- lZ Z
. ;e .','--' . i llll Luis
was a,iop:e,t witl.,,ut
thorizes the Speaker tu
vestitration romm ,.f
bers to go to the West, w ith
send for persons and papers.
during the se;
committee i- t
ent session, wi
as it mav deem
it during th
I-r. iper to make
n. I: au
la, t an i ii-i-en
I to -U
Morris p. .
Keed. Warr.er an! Sjii;:-,
speeches. ,.ppo.s. d hv Mr
I'nder tiie call of the i-iate-introiiuce
i and referred as f
By Mr. Town.-iiei; i I I. a
pensions t.. the parents ,.f he,
diers on proof that ;.v ,-
M Tr i--oa
other mean- ,,f uppi.rt than tin
manual labor, Tne chairman
Committee lai Uie Ih-tnat of (',.
then uk the ih,or n r iaisn., -- i ,
from lliat I'miiiiiati . .
A Senate hall to. :-,:,, f,,r ,r,.
the interests of the diked States
Potomac riv r il at- was amended
no money shall be t p ended f
provements to the ;! .ts until lh.
- to lae i m i.
...d j..- .. '.
th'-i,. at " :
'. o u - :
leration of the IIiiril-Kimni. rnntcni.,1
-Mr. Hale I i.1 declared that he had
ri ached the conclusion that there had
been no legal election in Tenth District
Mr. Kly (Mass.) supported the claims
of the sitting member, Romeis.
Mr. Creen (X. C.) denounced the Re
publican side of the House for deciding
election cases on party grounds.
Mr. Pettibone maintained that no re
liance could be placed UDon Mr. Gerst
mar.n. Mr. Hurd "s principal witness.
M r. Breckenridge (Ky. I made a strong
speech, iu which he endeavored to point
out that Mr. Romeis was not tutitled to
The floor was then accorded Mr. Hurd,
the contestant, to sneak in his own he-
lialt. Lie reviewed the
- I .o -''"' 1 1 II 11 1, 1 1 1 . .
18 the reason also that 'Mot. tj i
Currituck Inlet. There can be no pres
sure there now, for the waters from the
northwest run through into Pamlico
sound. Another physical changethe
water was fresh even below Roanoke
marshes, while now it is salt above
Haslin. April 12. 138(1.
Ex-President Arthur is again in a low "
state of health. o a
And now school bovs are on a 8trikeJi,
It is at Troy, N. Y. They demand- less
hours of study. , .
Secretary Lamar is on a leave of ab
sence to his homo at Oxford, Miss., for""'
eight or ten days. ' .Viiii
Of the 60,000 Hebrews In New.York iui
City, it is said not one of them is the
keeper of a grog shop. - - ' ' 1 '
Accusations of the engageinenfr--)i'j
President Cleveland to Miss Folsom, a
pretty Buffalo belle, are n-anrtrtntaJL;
, amci muti ui vaiuaoie norse tlesa,,
is to take place on the 20th. It is the
stable of the late Geo. L. Lorillard. ,J't
The bill before the Senate to increase
the rate of postage on fourth-class jutt
ter has been reported upon adversely.' '
The exodus of Jews from Knsdari""'
Poland for the last year has beea-eryujj
large. Most of them leave for nerica.., ,
The new stamp law in Cuba -weniinto
effect on the 1 . "ith. Cirao nt n
win be taxed uniformly 50 cents" per'
Eleven more of the New? York: Qitr'i
aldermen have been arrested on allege , 1
bribery m connection with the Broad
way railroad. ; il
A receptly passed law; in Maasaohtt
setts prohibits the sale of cigars, cigar- -ettes,
and tobacco in any form, to tHsr'Ji
sons under sixteen years of age.
Four mrm mfl
i i . FL,u,'tico "urn tne
lost steamer Oregon haye bees reCOT.i
erea,in ;them were oyer 5,000 letters t
for the poetoffice at New York alone, -HUtit
., u7 present admidigtratSf"
there has been a reduction of 237 in the -
clerical force of the Treasury ' Depart-
MehZsultitls ia an annual earfng of
tfs!d-i,o00. m . i. . (
The Easter article to appear In tn.r'
Chicago Current is to be entitled 'A--f
raham Lincoln." Hon. John A. Bjng-,,,f
ham, ex-Mmreterto Japan, will be the !
contributor. ' : i vt3m
The Legislators of Connecticut 4wrt of
unanimously passed a resolution ,ex
t i, m of t h
been sett led .
Tlie I hut-,
j mrr.e.i .
H if-::. -A
Georgia, e ill
tiian the i hi
ing the l igl
R omeis. p, il
the seat, and
taking the gr
, ;ues -1
i l a v e
pin j:,.--..,r. Turin r. i i
i up as a privileged ,;ues
' c. liU.-t.d ease of Hunt
la this case there arf, three
at, i! by the Committee on
;' in .ij a It y rep, rt oiiiiirni-
of t:i- contestee. Mr.
e seat. The minority re
g the sitting member and
t Mr. Kurd is entitled to
another minority r p a t
una tiiat neiiher coiitest-
1 he Strike of the Small Boys.
The boys of public 6chool No. 34. in
Brooklyn, and of the eleventh ward
public school of Troy, N. Y., have for
some time been dissatisfied with their
hours of labor, and on Monday went
out on strike to compel acquiescence in
their demands. The strikers of school
No. ta wontarl o holf i..,.
--, - - - - . . . 'I..U i j v. 1. 1 . lluhh every
----- . ... .- , nun uoii-uuuuav every rri-
very eloquent manner, occupying just i day. In default of these mmlerata m.
one hour, and at the conclusion of his J cessions they would not, they declared
remarks received long-continued ap-, continue their studies. It was not a
pause from the Democratic side of the sudden or unpremeditated movement.
Ii'.se- 1 For sometime past.Sat a neighboring
Mr. lurner (lta.1 spoke in supyort of I candy store, they had been conferring
tne majority report and dwelt upon the i with a number of biff bovn hn hH
necessity of the House deciding election , been discharged from No. S4. These
cases without partisan bias. The vote ' "walking delegates," by dint of exhor
was taken on the resolution of the j tation, argument and chocolate-drops
minority ueclaring Romeis is not en-1 convinced the majority of the pupils
titled to his seat. Defeated yeas 103, I that they were suffering intolerable
n '.f 1,1 - . j wrongs. Consequently, when the school
x lie majority resolutions, confirming hour arrived Monday morning the strik
Mr. Romeis right to the seat, were ing pupils took their stand on the pave
agreed to without division. There was ment in front of the school house, and
trien a contest for Drecedence over the Innt nnlv rofnnoH tn roo.,mn u i ,
onsnleration of the appropriation bills. I selves, but prevented other boys who
Ir. l! 1 is i Kv 1 in ptinrno nft'na Pi... I .,1 1 1 J --
Mr. Willis (Ky. in charge of the River
and Harbor bill, steered it aiound the
obstructions presented by the Military
Academy and the Con snlar and Dinlo-
mutie Appropriation bills, but his course
were willing to do so from entering the
building. When the janitor went out
to expostulate ne was invited to come
on," and had to take to flight to escape
assouu. ine situation was a threaten,
uly elected. Mr.
. opened the de
ma lorn v n :oi :
P." -aip it
it. , re was
4 m H-m
If.. .nmm mtm ta.l
rrTfT"" w lil ,mm4 mtmm
m-w J".ni a.l STxj..
il nmij n w i V S . t"iir -1.-,
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1 un -n.u-. -1- A . ... .
I mranl.A.- -..I. , . b. , .
'4hr(l.i U. .il. 'dir 114
mmt.- wik- .Wr riuini
kMMrlli:ud r-l 7 C-w --ECeS ,
TKjmilT. Cm XasX . Tr: K;. H. Ta,. r
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Urx Cmcmsti,
QBvf .Ta mrmmt. rr.ixrcai iro
the P.Lst. r;
'..na. a ben
ran I : .i r i i 1
: ,c i s
in a i us.
.is lone ago ,t.s
t lo 11 W 1 1 il .1 oh
i v e r a
1 1 o i i e
i r c ird.
t ha ( ';..
IV r broil;
a 1 ti -,1
i :i a
ant nor contestee was
Boyb'. of Pennsy 1 van i
bate in .- upper; rf th,
and ijuoted from evidence
him in hi- p . it i -ii. .and tha
not en is r." aii:i f..r un-.-.i it
Romeis. I at searaeii anv ground fir
contesting the seat. 'Mr. R .bertsoi:. of
Kentucky, spoke in Mr. Hurd - behalf,
and asserted that in the pn-cinct of the
Eighth ward of l"..led.j la,', one of the
statute laws of Ohio had U en coin lied
with. Discussing the charge- f illegal
voting at this reeia t ! ,. denounced
the methods, which he -aid prevailed
in the .inio el.ctions. and remarked
that the tissue bi.il.'ts ef Soutii Carolina
and the build, z.iug of Laii.-i.u.a mu-t
pale into m.-ignitiaanai? nl.ai the coun
try learned the raeth is m wh
I ll'.io Ri 'Ui li ill i I- ail- Its Were i
...... ..,.,..,.11. muuu uiiu, uumia luunn . lavun. ne taiuauon was a threaten
as delayed when the obstruction of the . ing one, when a diversion;in the inter-
" iT ociuiioMuu uui was i esi, oi iaw auu oraer was errectea by the
reached. The delay, however, was but j mother of one of the strikers, who, tak
temporary, for in half an hour the latter ing her son by the ear.led him off to the
was taken up and passed. presence cf the principal. There a board
I he only discussion of the measure ! of arbitration it was a rle, in fact
arose over an amendment ottered by i speedily settled the matter in dispute.
Mr. Price (Wis.), proposing the reduc-j The incident had a strong moral effect
ia in oi the employees in the Department j on the rest of the strikers, and when
of Agnaulture. This gave Mr. Skinner ; several other mothers appeared on the
N C. 1 a chance, of which he availed j scene, together with a couple of police
hiaiself. to attack the Commissioner of men. the demoralizatisn became com
Agnculture for retaining in office "Re-1 piece. The leading striker wascaptured.
publican pets. ' who did not come under Being offered his choice, and pre
ihe Civil Service rules. i ferring the thorny path of knowledge,
r ue River and E&rbur Appropriation P without any more holiday, to the station
bill was then takefr.'up and left as un-Hiouse, ho succumbed to overpowering
tinished business; w?n. at .1 p. m., the lforoe and re-entered the school room
House adjourned..:;.. I along with his deluded followers. At
TI .1 J J . . .
iroy uie uemana was lor lour Hours
liie funeral services of Mrs. Julia
Latham were conducted yesterday after
noon by the Rev. "Mr. Crawford,
and Rev. Mr. Broarden. of the
work find hnf: nn aaacinr. a Zl - 1, r.
, ---- ..,.
teachers not acceding to the terms, 200
pupils quit work, and gathering out
side, threatened violence to such base-
' spirited boys as continued at their
'r, x t.
; i u -1 i
P. Church, at the residence of her ; desks. These "rats"' were in such dan- j mence
struggle for Home Rule, and indorsing"
Parn.ll A .3 . - 0
- uvn,ajiu ,Jiau8Lunp. ... .... .
the striking mania .has got amonghe , '
school boys in some of the 'Ndr'thern
yn.ico, uui, toe -patter orthe BHtHgle"
put anpd to(the,mqyment- n itaai1 '
was young America nipped in the bad, t " "
The Italian government has addressed
a nnta in -ii ta'AT.ni . . nt
Chilian government j-elative to loeeeof; Aft
Italian subjects sustained during the .
Chilian Trap against Per 4nd brjKv;r4t-!'1'
inebultan of Turkey has made cdnv
plaint to the Powers of . the .expense v., i
Greece is putting him to byjier ' ridicn 1
hich compels him to keep .anrmyapn , u,
the Greet frnnfSn f ' ..rr. ' "
. - i- . ivi cuui U1UUB COSb.
The" tar drivers on BOmo'of 'tne fin'eU,i
in Baltimore are on a strike. 1. The- 4b30iT
been but little distorbanceso far, though.-j'a
fs-"ci cliikb is ieareo. xney ay
they wish to do no violence -tMt'"aiie&.
English and German t syndicatea haye o.-t
entered into a contract with the Mex ,
can government to send 600,000 Chinese A
to Mexico within tho ntt-iimk.-l 1
months. tiThe Mexican government ha- '
promised to giye .each, ChuaamaniiSl)1' fit
acres of land...,.. . uumMi
Moody, and Sankey , the great ney i vsfc rf -istjs,
have began their series of fourdaya,,,. t
work at Norfolk, Thendnaark p!
that oity saysithatthia" yWirehotiBe o?th3 , CI
Roanoke Railroad Jo. had been ehgsi:eailMl
in which, to hold the meetings, i At Ihef u.
opening of the meetings ally SjOOOpeori- ,.
pie were present, and hundreds were
turned away, not being able to get in
side the building. 300 voices composed t,1'i
thechoir. a ,1 .--fie ,zi.f
The German minister of Tear has given " ' '
orders for a number pf dogs to betrained '
for the yjw of .teetiag ,the,.yaluf theinoi
services they . might render to sentUels. -Jf.
encmffaH in UanliW j "ri:!. r Urtj
i---r. . i& guaiu uviioE une
nieht. It is fnllv' UpWbttaX ttiot VT
help of these sagacious animals 6ki- "x
posts would be far less liable to surprise,
and that the drurii won I a al ,.,
notice of the approach of the, nemy,...,
much earlier than it could be detected '
by the sentinel without sucn assistance"' "
At last divers have-been; abto mate-
a thorough examination of the ? stakp m
steamship Oregon. Soma of them ,re
inained down over half ah hoor iBri'5
state the sinking was caused un".-
aouDteaiy by collision. On the
Side of the' vessel ; ten feet rminw
main, deck a hole six feet deep l and
three feet long was found. The heavy
iron plating was crushed in ' almost to
the bridge like an egg shell and aha was
broken in two. A diagram of the vessel
as ?he now lies is being made and work'
to rescue her cargo will at once corrf-
:. nf V.tgu;
g Mr. Mar
1 I :
. u : ' v .
0 1 1 , 1 I" ,
1 e - e 1 V 1
--r 1 .rllAVE IIEMOVKK TO TlllIK
TT0 STORIS, SOUTH OF THEIR FORMER STAND,
AjmI kep of FLOUR, MEATS, COFKKll, 1(;ak. svuri's
MOLiASsfcS. SALT. TOHAC'CO, SM Kl' AM ck; ,; .,
TCryUltBS In the OUOi'KKV I.INi:. i Fill s,Tot K ,l(
LOW FKICKS tor CASH.
: , - w
av , ii g ha.
a 'J i h
Spring and Sum hum-.
k Oux Spring Stock . f Nobby Sack i.-. ( utaw iv S its
Plaid 3nitt Straight Cuts,
varietj. Boys, oathi -z. i I ':.:'.: - - S .
14.00. Men LSIae Flinn?: Siz.- r
Oux Blue Sails : 10.00 - e ; .- . i , .
We havit a lajy-r ti; - k :" -.. v ill -
Ma' dJ hov h .',0.-. --!!.-pyiag
30 it 5 Hits. M t - M..- -
koatired duJcrcut -tylts.
Oar itotk of S ....:.. .- P.. . ,
as. Alio tSibr.r.. 1., . -
v ol iHirn ;: 111.1 i
e-s- and that ha v.
or sam tir. -.dr. d r.ei n
ol nioi al gr.i-. i;.c : -u
ol no; iilairrc.ii, i. ; :
il" :u d: tie I eti t . I ...(.
".'. !'al at hi.-t t hes j .oi.t
ad ',1 ' he 'le,'
I le, Ier. CI
-i hemes ai r .
or a sat :-f.u
l!r are esvry svhei .
v choice. 1'iie ci v
: o u : - 1 i 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 lei'
. ' t
i . 1:
.- i 1
muel W". Latham, iust beyond
th ferry, over Xeuse river. A large
number of relatives and neighbars were
1:1 attendance to pay the last tribute of
aii'eetiou and resjiect to this mother in
Pr 1, 1.
Mr-. Latham had utiairie J-tho ripe 1 whether
iz" id years within the past month,
and i.ir a period of over an years had
r e.-i le 1 at tlie homestcfid where she died. I
; r a longer term ot years her name .
1. . i I , en a househi'hL word among her
.-. aghbuis and a lond remembrance w ith
ail w h , i'Vi r came w iihin the range of
i.er :v oaaintat.ee. She w as a remark
able specimen of tb x'ople of the olden 1
tnr.r. connecting as she did the charac
t' ristijs ,,i two eeutuia. being tine of
tie- . iy few ivit ill til!- -eCUon whose
birth an-.'- h.ti- the ! eginning of the
ger that they had to be accompanied to
iutir iiomes alter scnooi noure Dy po
licemen. Whether the scenes of law
less violence and disorder of Monday
are tyn be repeated by the striking urchins
depends largely, it is thought, on
their parents and guardians
The May number of DemOTest?
Magazine is very attractive'.' Mrs. "Hart's
social, -'That Other Person,'! is - contin
ued, and there are several . excellent
short tales. "A Walk in Paris," and
"The Familistere in Giiisoe" hnth illun-
trated. are very readable articles Mrs.
I The Democratic Discontent It is Evi
dently 011 the Increase.
Boll's Ferry Items.
industrious, generous and
her charitable acts were in-
rable and her Christian beuevo
ihe crowning jewel of her useful
mini.-;, r of the N..r;h Carolina
n ure now living ever travelled
r '.::t upon which she lived, but
idlers the kind reception always
her home, while nianv
r.- have pr.-.v ! .1 i,- r tu the better
e b y n .
Mr-. Latham leaves seveial children,
atai children and ereat grand children
. w ith a host of iriends. mourn her
"i"-.'".' linn ctiu iiiiuiaiib trate.l. are very rea
nave gooa suppers and have decided to Croly contributes "What Meney wll.
strike the strikers. W hen we .remem-1 Buy, ' and W. Jennings Demorests, "A
'ber that teachers stand iu mco pan id i.s. , Jtoral Revoiuti-n Pemfing.'' "Art
so far as the discipline of their school, Work inMeU.l." "Home Art and Home
is concerned, we may reasonably ex- Comfort. ' and -Prom Pencil to Brush,",
pect strikes to break out in our families wdl prove acceptable to many. The
if tins pastime shall continue to grow frontispiece of this number is a beauti
ui public favor. W e shall then have the ful oil picture, "At the Spring "
youtUful scions of our houses determin-,
ing what their hours of work and r'ay
shall be. and their pay for both, what I
tiiev wan stuuy ana eat ana wear, ana
-u.. . :t .1. :
dies shall enioy. All this on pain of a sl CI!1TlclSil& liWM rsiosraa DEVO
strike and a boycott, with the old folks , TEES uF DEMOCRACY,
locked out and compelled to sleep on 1 W A.-ili.t,To.N. April 12. Democratic .
the door step. Galileo was right the discontent fat administration indiffer
world certainly moves. Bullimore Sun. , ence 10 party interests is evidently on
' the increase in both houses of Congress.
Pensions Allowed. ! Senators and members in numerous ia
The following persons of Onslow i ftance8' whilf , holdif. Lheir own
county have been allowed pensionslun-: somewhat in public, .appear, to
der an Act of the General Assembly. I "1x?d ,uU nr.esUaluJt .uPn, he
ratified March 11th. A. D. 1985. entitled ' !adlts of their families, and it is yerj
niicic?iiu i'l listen in ine spicy ana en
' r ti..- await- ;;-
' ' i v each to
I'd i. - .Tr , thr tar--,
i . g . i.e : . i v . 1 1 j o t 1 1 , , ! . i -
eat'- eti. ; .h , ei i - w ,.
A . .. ,-t . i . .itz i r :. - ; :, '
. m a- a, . ion, ( 'a,,- : -
i v - :.. e i; ,
1 - -1 -e . i .... ill,.:-.!
w all humid
i t. wh; h -
Aii Act for the Relief of certain Sol
iers of the War between the States:"
James Canady. late of Company B.
! Regiment N. C. State Troops; Tost
' ' v it ' r !.-'. . i .:
" i .is abaft;
a . d i ' a 1 1 n.ig, .
v '- ; : - :: t r ke ti c
a --'-: . . i r ..::! ;
i : - a,'' I. si.;.
tr a Ion;
Oscar runaway, late of
I Kegiment N. C. State
- W. Pngdsh
?gimen; N. C.
. .- i..
u. 1 n
l ,;. ' I 1
"P. R. P. -ti
Ii. h U, zim.
J. W. P. tte.vay.
:" Ihginiei.t N. i
ate of Con: p.
late of c
nt X. C.
ite of Cor
ia the market.
Aceut for Jj.-. .M.ai
Celluloid aci L.tiLii C
VV'e xrts now r - - - ' tt
We bout a: i ir i
Wear, Purses. IP li - . -The
Ceifari: i PK 1
bJt ia the in rk
Boy's, an-i M i
Straw llitt. rg-. i . ,
We ire a-,''-1
11"" He cir i". i -
all ; ,
P..,: ,bt th
C. S. T : killed.
Mrs. H.u:-ev u .vt
er.v- n. l.,te . : C
n ...... . - ...i .'('.ij uuu
tertiining criticisms emanating from the
lit s of some of the feminine devoteesof
stalwart Democracy. The President
himself would find it much more diffi
cult to parry threats from this quarter
than he has w hen meetine the renroach-
Company K. es of those of his own sex. But while '
Troops lost these prominent leaders are not just yes
giving their own confidences for the
of - m', any uhlie. there has been a deal of private
Troops: lost c. nsult'ition and exchange of opinions
as to whi t is best to be done, and it is a
A. fact that even so radical a proposition
aided has been discussed us the following m-
ample of the Republicans iu Andrew
nij, any P. Ui Johnson time, when the leaders of the
ps: lo-t Kg. parte .... in, tel entirely from the man
of Company they had elected, nnd tsolated him to the
Iroop-.lost extent that he had no party following
whatevar. Th-l 'resident is undoubted-
'oinpany A. ly sincere and conscientious, and actu-
ps; lost ale 1 by the l...-t ;.:.d purest of motives
hi th" ...,!i's- l.-i ! ,- p-.irsued. Those
omp inyP. u ho are ii i- 'ont, ;.!, d concede this, but
s:uisalhd t!u y :-ay that does not help the case.
The part v. th, 3- -ay. is languishing of
dry rot through the policy the President
wido w i f ii;,.-laid rio'.vn . and if matters do not
'.: j; -. h.inze th" ac tive workers those nnon
; 1 .
Mr.-. Marv ; ---
l; .- N.
heat and burden of the day
: rested w i i 1 go into tne next
';.. thcr the
the ollloi. il I ) i,
N ' .
a y i , . S a 1 re
T. : killed.
y K. W'halev
alev. lata oi
HOWARD & JONES.
' e ; re--.
i'l- " ' : a
pie from !
1 'oul-Ii Sim
but thus should not
keeping on hand
tlie great I.011-.
d ' a
'dy for coughs and colds
without heart or
e 1 'resident will get
re tha party man
: ii-h him or not, it
.ia n'ipatrd that no
I 1 instituted here
ai,- ., i-.-atislied will
a it'ii tlie expression
I 'u t it is understood
II matters remain,
I'D mo.-rat ic Con
.01 s assemble. in
1. .11s will be brought,
i : a o'. ing and con
i t ae aii ministration
, .; is at variance
.e great body of the.
so- of the party.
.. -c .Vr'f i
Z 'i-aa? .