fit N I N .
N1KI'KM)KXT J IS" ALL THIXCS,
Ternaia &B.OO ,
m: im-:unk, cuavi-n county, n. c, jilv iu, is.sc.
; A . Ail
NevrStore! New Goods!
Bargains ! Bargains.
I W1..II to T.f "l'l '. "-
pabiic i: - r.i ,
returned fr . n. ' - N
wbre I have pnr-'.. .!
Very Large and
Stock of Dry Goods,
Shoes. Hats. Caps.
Aovl Terjthn , . en
u kept in 1 Fir-i i'!v - (,...,;.
, ud Clothing Stor. .
Ifl ClTt eil W roods of i'v ry
kiad cheaper '.tan .-.:.y o::.. r h '. ii
ta city (nuiiiiy consul t . I I
,y.fia lhru in;,
' I bought low in i i i' ! . r.u.r.
' to sell low. I w u! 1 r ; .! i -ed
har roa call ml otvii.in- m k.
- 1i - Ify Motto L- More j.io.l-" n i i '-i-
A r moacj dun iiy
V " Otl t)r J Onol noa..' mi i! .
V.'- Very rinpoctfail j,
V' A Wm. SULTAN.
. BLibp l-aililinjr. I'! '--'
;; A A . mr24 dwU" Mi.l.ll.
" - . J A- T box as, S. n.
U3TI1J N9KTI r I K V L i II
A; ' ua.no LE WORKS,
v:r A -'L . ; cjtrS' !
i 'a f - Anonrimeiits Tombs
. - . , v t
- t- - .: m
, .f I ALlAIlaAJatliluArl HAUBLt
- ' f " ' Ofilr will wceivB prom t .it umi nor
'".' . v "lUfafetiooKUAaiti
-fJOE K,WILJ.JK, Proprietor
. A A ' vjer hhb.k. a.
j ";A'-',k AAk ""
TnTiic Diini in r
. : - .A?' " ' w ' ' lkmm , WUUIU i
A A'"! " OUR STOCK IS FILLF.D WITJl
VAr Caoica Groceries,
iTr, ' Boots and Shoes,
- pry Goods,
--"" A fc' Hats and Caps
'5a?1-K-n Crockery, Etc.,
. : - ' - w kMp -rTt hi or Uil M fcpt In
' . v w CtaB VarMty Htoct, ll rf whlrli r .rt.
v -. ai AA-UiW .AH Tti; mwm
v v- ; J CtoOMSad ate w and l com In.-. ,i.
:R6BEltTS & BRO.,
To ihe House-Keepers.
A a5;1IAS0FS IMPROVED
FRXIi r .IA1IS.
THE BEST JAR MADFJ.
V y . - . . .
I II II 1 I II'
26 MIDDLE STKEF, i .
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GEO. ALLKN A Co
Spring I if Id Fifb I
OtTer uf.i - ; i
u. M. r .-.
TIB VALLEY MA' A. A.
Sifi. nil i. ; i' : -1
Tks People's M:. ;; '- - ' :
Folic i. -w p.,-. i
Atb to s"ven v, a:
Wobp .id i .n, . ,: i
U -- li lii .
GUI0NT & rJLLETIP.
ttor u. e vh nt lie. v
s.-r - . r
S K. v U I- U X 1 I
I'm.- C r ...
VicIih. : n . -Fp1r.
e.mr' s .-j - -
One oi Ui ui r: r.-.-. . &. ,
lwwiuijC pi. o l r. . . . - -
Truloti Jerii -aca
evt-ry - k
BJlufer'.. i ar'i-r- ' i -
dAr :r rt.-:i a.j-.
' v : : r . i . i
i:i . . iron ' i,
II; i Ii v ; .
1 !.. 1 r .
-irui t, .
i . i
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"'V '.l!!1 St.!
N !., uvk
ir.- i !..,!, ;,
I. . - in irti ,
,p : ! . - : .
i-i ! N. i
: : : ;i ,r : m M . '. , 1 1 1 , i . onn'. ,-,i lien-hi-
i 'i in .-!n-tl a ;m.i: .in -A ; ..;
trliili- h;s lr.-li.ls :hal In ii;.l ,L i",,i
tlif fun ol tin- 'h.;i'. !..- nn:.n;
in.c;t io ini iii.'Ti, ki', hi.-,
ivij.nr i ;:. vir i.rir!,. ilnrnloiu'il
inu-. milling iiol w.-uf AsliovilU-.
wln-rf for a term o u :in hc pul
lishoil .i spicy wivliA Tho wortl;
imJi'IK'I is :i nun of u!ii.-.. ll.nl ho
UttM ;imi-n 1 1 io niii-. out llomriio,
fir ttoiihl li;ivf tx':i anotl.t-r I'm
CinnatiH. ( Vnf;noni. nt to tin- r;i-i-or
tlii ivlitorml ili'-k wu not to
hiH t.isu, rnl tlio financial ri iutu
wereoiii.illy unsittisfactory. When
therefore tbo cbanco came to aban
doo journalism anfl follow tlio plow
in the lnrrow. Col. De iko (Jul not
hesitate, lie roI1 Ins pjpor. hi
printin? offic.- .mil h' ntv n-.
done-, uinl pnrriinsnl twentv ,i.tc
a mile nor'.ii ol ii.o court In;,
sipi.iri but ni'hin tiie i-orpor.i'.i'
tliniU of Al'.i' ,11 l":n re. ;i; a
homo bcaut'.Ii:! !or :t::.r i-m . our
whilom editor enjo;. . nn i;iioioni
wit life .mil raki -ri tho -siicivo!.-.
Althmipjh li.-. fi-:., k lu no iiU-.in
wh.it if will !, yi-t :: :ii;tr.it-.s
clearly w hat .in iulu-.tr;ou- .iri.i .p.
t'llient m in i-.ui .i.'oo:i!!n.-i. on i
small holding, and :t i-j f L-jn-i'oic i
nuxU! tor o'hor- to : ; 1 1 : : . 1 1 who
may l;vi in tin. nlur!-. ni ur
lariu town. . i-r tin' i-notntr.ipe-ment
of all such I -,v;:l rvlato br:o!l
what Col. 1 . i k h is .u-cotii;,;ishi'il
in four years.
1 1 n land, s lra-1. 1.,. -en: . to
the sonthwest, had Iktii worn out
by years ot cropping. !: w.usin
such Ivad condition wln-n it came
into the hands o( its pn .-ci.t owner
that only ftoat- co'ild have p-eked
np a iirni on it. I In' on it were
several uniailiup spr;n;rs of pure
freii-stone water whoso :.-iuperat:iie
KM never riiantrt The riilnnH's
tirt move was to mak. tlirrc car,
ivoiuls near h;s hou-c. N, t im
Ix-.iji t improve hi - t-iouri-d l.ind
by laisiii- ciop.oi r.-d clover and
cow pt-as. and tin. u plouhinp tliL-m
in. Suii ho reached a i x i 1 1 1 where
he could keep a cow on the lmd
raised on his preuies. and with
the manures from his stable lie still
further enriched the .-oil. Knlar
ing hi area of cultivation as fa.-t .vs
lu could judieiouslj-, !n h.k.s now
ten acres of t:irly pood arable land
that is 'ettm;,- richer every oir,
Ux-m which he rai-es ail : he coin
and oats, .uol much o; Lin- todder
required to kc p two n i : : -1 1 co--and
a hor-e ( i;: place , , i
few peach tree.-- and -i.), .m-.
all having t unkei't- !--k ha-U-tra.s
;,,n' neleit. ihiSi-wile
pruned and tr. mined, ami tin- Lift r
well icrtili.ed. either .jra;.,- in--were
planted and cared A
strawberry patch eoer::i;t li.i.i an
acre vra made. Tin-aline.-.' barren
sli'iv i .us eii.nued to a fertile tie!.!,
and the Ptr.ijjgknjr v;ne and In e
with their comparatively wort n !,
fruit.--uere converted into r-oui,,
of eon-;derab!e on.e. Die resul:
o! fou: ,. r-. oi inirl'.tgt lit
econonee ; ..ok i !,,iv::i;'
l'he al. l I 'A- , :
pe ic. . e - . a- - -' : i v , ;
li i-n J" ' at - a.. ; i : .
k e ' at -atisf u-;,.- ''
c i : ; : i i i ' ; 1 '. r . . , : I . : :
-!. ii ', . i i;
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: e l
1 M I n (M.hOH VKI. VKI NF.
: : ' . ' i i , ' i ; . 'in- o! i-i i ;u .1 !
. i - M ii ! i . n !i li.nl
I , - -i . cili-, i to ;ii g:u-
1 hi--, ; ii ;- liit-.i-ui r
l -r ird ::i the
i. N . . i i: l r i. ' i-i ;.'i-,l
' : : : i in , . : . " '. . ; i '
: ' . hi : o
, k A I. i l -o ,
ik. s ; :i .
-. 1 :
i! .. n i". er
a; e: Inn-: ie.it-
i i -. : o . i; : i. 1 1; the onstitu
' on . : inl.i slu.i! a:rl personal
r:-,it.. I' w i - !;. -rally -prot eetioii
..:. . i . i -
' ' ' i -' i " -i el- oi tin
-'o . '. ' : ; ; .1 : vat j.iirpiM.,
ai ! ' o : " - ,-.,il u'i-:.t. It re
n; .udi , . 1 , . ;i i e t what i ;, a' uralis
oi.c, liirn, when as ( ',. i verm -r
of N,,;-; I, ( 'ai ol:;, i 1.,. had b.vored
the ii tiod-ie'ii.n of bl i, k b.w-. The
'. .'ill.!!:-' "..Id li.m that bla, k b.u--;
:::::,.. i . . o a p.m.l w,,;.M ,!,
-tio ii-: ;. . ;-r ti-h. .. ; !n-
I'OtS-l." I ..ml. bllt that W.1-. IIO'
ib. lb 1-- obi that alter they
had eb-.ineil out every other fish.
,, , ,- . . , . " ., . ,
uul tr..- u. i tadpo.e. tin turned
, 1 . '1 .1
on o:,o auo! her and ate each other
up So t.,i. doi tr. no of protection
- i- ' .'lies b.is., ut Ameneati
pol . , . , - it b 1:1 ,,n t h s article or
that ait. ile. .11,1. :o exclude lore' -n
cuiiipeLit -r.. ami liav in --iiiTWiU'il
.n !in;Hisjilf; a proUstie tanll on
mure tb in l.'ii articles of foreign
production, it now bcan to devour
., . t.i 1 1
Is 0.111 .rn.. ... 1 i lil Tuili KiirriiTi
t -,. . .' ; , , .
to eat up Amer'.ian imlu.trv. On
,,;..',! . 1 I ; 1 I ,
lie p: ; in', p.e o; ; R, ,; ( uiiCTi'SI
,r ,,' i , ' . , , . , A.,-
'lomd h ,e ,ii tax k.ln. ii. to pre-
ii, . , ',
..ii .no adulteration ot eand;
, .. . ,1..,,
-,.mi'..i-. oi ,ie, ni, 'in- kuiliu'l.l-
.,,-,, -,, , .reveut
id Co. lee. n m I
lii.. IlTal . C U 1 1
1 -,... .,' , - . ' i i A "... . '.
uaa ii von- .e.s uiuu naie ,o
di ,eenil to tile : U e.s 1 1 gat 1DU ot till"
nr.si,.,.,, ot s.ui..ageamllH.ard,ng.
house ha.h. The bill would result
not ::; Darwin's doctrine of the
-til', ,v,,l of the iitte..!, but ill the
su:.,al of the mill: teM , because
any bu.i i.e ... t lia t cam e to ( 'ongress
and ,n oked the arm of the law to
k. i p d il.ve at the expense oT other
husiue.-.. was niiti; to live iml thus
it w i tin'.'
., . - , .
! r -ieetien hiiiiO once begun.
Ji...i.I..:iUi. d by howhnu sir to .-on.
could b fought nnd wou
t.y tann.- i very son of a sun
in rani- . .f American liberty.
lb- ,i i. opposed to the bill, not
only on account of its unconstitu
tionality, but on account of its in
expediency and the oppression
which it would brinp about, for on
evciv hearth-ionc would be the
government. What difference was; lo obtain praise ami iiisttmtion.
there lt ween the proposed law and some of their many lorms. 1. one
the ciub of the striker w ho refu-ed 1 01 the most prevalent motives of
to let nonunion men work. As human action, altinu'li it ought to
much a- he abhorred both, he had ' a secondaiy one. W hile the
inlin.telv more respect for the club 1 importance of h'.giier motive": may
ot the striker than he had for the fully acknowledtjo I. the desire
legislative ..neak in the protective to excel has not boon created with
interest. One w.us manly and ojx;n , out ;i wise and good purix.se. (if
and acknowledge itself to be a vio- one thing we are positive, it daily
latum ot law. while the other was 1 :ud hourly act beneficially where
an attempt by a perversion of the "o lugher motive, apparently.
1 a a ami the constitution to secure would operate at all.
one iiiteio-i an advantage over its If. tis necessary , ho-.i.-v, :. .. ;,
n al.. lie had great respect for ' derstand what the- legitimate sph, n
the cow, but how was the product of pruiso is. To be animated in a'!
oi :!. uddei eii'ith-d to more re- doing- and s,i mil's. on' zo.ng--speet
: h in that ot the r.b ' It but -1 and uiconnng.. merely by .. eal, ;,
u i .i a., to be protected, why not latiou of the clVee' which r.i. I
be.M ik ai-o ' lie l n 1 1 in at ed move me n t u 1 1 M: a e : u .( c ii . i . t i,
;:, ,- he .tipjN.itei - id the bill were ajprobat ion ..four fellow :m w .uld
in : ..need by political eon-idera- U deplorable. 1'!. ..:d'i' t ..fa;: .
'ft th.r fbirter. like one so anim.de, 1 would b :..";
e. u.s... in -e. made . o'.v herds o! 'them hollowmss and . u . : a t r . ,
i! l.v'm-h'.r. l'he noce.sspy tin. garden or hi. ni.i.d'.l: :. .: !;.
i- " '" ' ::.' ;!:'' S'a'o of plants oi sferl.ng '!!'. g:i"- .:.
N' -i ' :,. 'w-' -ir- 'mi' w a- honor, to -peak o: md:::. , !-. .
w .. d :.e(i:. ould find n o' ,.',, oi : ',. '
i .. i a n i n i a - ii r n ml, c 1 i I . nun i n -.
li.d. a tl
.1 '..;.: i t : i e -, I : . r . ' .::..; : - t o K n o -a w ; . i :, . . i :
.-.-oui ml', :' w '. u. ' e appro'er . :
... I ;: .: I. .an'- .-; - .ii t wi.eli I. di" : ' '
- ! ' -' d. pe:.,i . .d. : hat : tat' '' - . ' l be
. !,, . p. mi.- lor ! t "A'o , u -, v
Ci' - w . .. ban UU Mil, .'.en I A I '. . . - 'o ,
C-i ' . . ... i . . pa..- !. at.d '. c:.e '; m te
: i -.a . :u ; i . . a : -. ', fieri n' :..'' r ;
'. e e ' n a ' 1 1 ' . i : . ,
;i. i . . i .:: . old. .;,, :m p..; ai ,r d
: :.ow i-r- -o:m- aii-ur-: -
. : ib.es.. : . r,.e:e ':",,..- '
: ' L:o 1"! Le . w
. ' '. : :. . ' ;: e: ; ' ill. o'. i -
' ' - I i v ' .in I. k L I I. d . ' L - W t e
l:l igh' ..: 1
Hi :i .
-i .1 : . .1:1. :
-o:m" :, . : :
I...' . : 1 '
he ii-.i.l. .
e teu t ,i.s t o n. aio : - ' o! " ' : " ,j
cute the pinit-e: fu: t lie! . ..::d .t
never like to y.ve up a ,:i:i. w
out some :";j;lit. I 111..1! - ii. e ; . :
mollis which 1 c;ve : 'he pub... ; :
tlil leitel, ;li::ii,ilu '. : it pe.ll at..
apple io ei s m.i ',' bo benefited there
by, even 11 .' .11:-. thou: :;
ha: d ttnik.
I look, port Hi;, of allee'ed : , , r 1,
-ap vioi.d. t-;.i .. i..,; w : t h : i. n.
p--werl'li ! m lei .i i.pe l- e.l.l ,. e
no : usee b!e of in-, k n 1 . b: i ' ' 'i :
i : i; ii-t : , 1 g:,.-. :!, ' . ,:,
'! !'.-;- ba: k i t."'
r.hat ' i,e lli:!.::p'.i.it.-:i t !. -fundus
eh.inirc- th" lib;,,;.- Tiatun
of the : n iier lo:k to a ' . a : . ' i :
structure when the eaj.ihuy ; '..;
of t he b. .ik is de.-t roy ed. ci.tt.! ,'
! he pro; i ' ran n: :.s- - i:
u hen deal h en-nes
I lurtl.er found d- t.
isi' iiio thai ; is i :n' v- r 1 .
pre.sen: tu:i'-;-. .n -omo
n-s.'iiihlin ersrot n trr i"'i 'ha
home is in flip- the k 1m: k n w h:eh
l mil it ; id ie.s. and under f i or.i bb-
eireumst anc-es nt!.i!l m.iivwim'ii
er semis our it,-- spores ihn h :it
t a i k and divir roy the nnu r ! : i n -nil'
ii all are destroyed
A ft or inak ,n t In s,. j v .
my experiments ', : in no dv a ere
m ade t h ",- 1 (..'. .iii m n -fi i:
men: .1.. ,-.,i;lnrs u -e o -, ip.- in it-.
.sh.Upeluai :' ( i! and pee!, o :he
bark oil o: allee-.ed. I h 'i- ne.i; !
the wind ii;d w a.ted :e.si:''. .u u,.
remaining mnet bark, ti: . .:,
resumed its libro'i?. texture au-l '.i 1-
perfect v he. 1 tin retna.nu;; .
'. . - ,
the three ve ir o i-r in ehn v i-
.- , ,
pel ! ence 11 a. 1 t em
1 have never Known ,1
retain to t i . : o I 1 ; 1 o; ;
I ',... ,, ,,
1 ; m bs oi 1 ,. ,t 1 1 pear am
with tlm same resUp.
1 HI til - per
feet I J" the dtso.iscd p
ui .t 1. i 1 ill 1 1 1 ei 1 ; 1
- 1-. -
health of the tree,
, ,, .
1 Will S;1V j Us' laPfo . r, a; a ..e 1 mi
, , . - 1 , '
pear blight seems to be tdeiiticai.
,, ., i ,
) v tueorv is that deen i.w iiie
- . ., - , , 1 ,
eut.s into these tuugi :d plants and
exlos's lf-pe low er portions to e
cessive dr in- b evaporation,
. . , ,, - , c .
which kill- i
litl'get Her. i-roiu
1 IiriKiillt lliln. 11 111, 'OS I shitt l.nv',1
! ". ', A ' i
b' ''ed o los,. aimtliei pear or
trr, b.v WfXt., .
LA. 1 . .
11,1 'il Oplninn cfOtiiir.
A correspondent, who is o ideut
'y in an unamtablo mood, wi :tes to
us asking it we think it is "the
thiug" for a yount,' man to stri ve to
obtain the good opinion of others.
,. , , , , ,
,von " '"' ''- w0lk day and
night to satiate his ambition, in
(that line. i- doji't know about
, "working day and night" solelv lor
such an object. Wo think that
wouiii ne rainei piiia-u:e. i.ui, on
the other hand, il no QDe' cared tor
or courted the good opinion ol Ins
neighbor, this would be a pretiv
pra:-e o : m, n .
crate ex j .eet at
.ii. pie. on and
uu-iiii,- a: ,
I III I . " ' W I
-a Is al.ta -i -
T: . '. c: the Anarchists.
. .biiy -1 William Seliger.
:egai L-.i a- ,.:.e of tlio most mi
w f ' tin- State, testi.'i.vl
,r h.-i-' uiJil t lay that he
S:dg '..-, -'.''I. and had a- a
! i Lingg. unoufth" defend
11 lii.' i..y the night of tli,.
i.irket ri "1 he. with Lingg. Hueb-
H t r
.iiseimur- ana llewmann. whs
i ui die manufacture of dyna-mh-
t: e material.- f, r which
ad had in the hotife fi r some
lie d;,i the work at Lingg's
:uf -l . and . in accordance with
I mil,. 1 ,, n
j I.m.r- iei
1 m. 1 1 ; i . -
aia'i iH r
is from Lynit. went to a
i dylioiirne avenue, where he
diy holtu to put in the shells,
forty or fifty bnmbs that af-
While they were making the
laiutK -aid the bombs would be
f'd.ler "for the canitalists and
Id: e u ho mijjlit try to protect the
caj.iiahst-. The lombs iuht to be
' n. l:. d that evening, as they were
:.. !.-i..,.l that n iht. I anKK said . When
w;tii-, s.. h-:t the linuse m the evening
1 aiLH ai-companied him.and they car
re d a b.'.tle trunk eonUiininir tin" bombs.
icbed about tifly jiounds. Tliei
loaded with dynamite and had
u in them While thoy were
ti.i-ni thi-v mot Mitzenberk--
ie tnree of them carried the trunk
d - i 1 all . No. ',- i '1 v bourne avenue,
took- them in thremrh aside door
u. I .mo the hab way . There the trunk
w as ojH'r.ed, and several people camp in
.ook at the i orit.-iits. 1 saw two or
:i.r. :n. :. take bombs. I took two and
; u; aiy pockets, and then went
a m- tie- bombs in the passage
l b... nail back of NetT's saloon,
.i.d. was called the "shanty of
let e 'inieamsu. Anarchists and so-''..-'.-
all u-ed to iiut Uiere. When
h ft NeiT s saloon Ling, Thielen and
(4ustav behman were with him: they
w -T,- afterwards joined by two men of
the 1 -i.r and hr X'erein . all had
boinl -. tt had been arranged that a,
I : -t '.: man -e was to bo made on the
t- rtl: :l..it nvl.t. Other disturb-I
t,, be made on the est Side
:he jM.lice from massmg at
in. As they paased the I.ar-
, ne p,
et Huice station. I.ing said it
a beautiful thing to throw in
. f bombs. A patrol wugon
l.uiK said he was KOinn to
he bomb, that it was the beet
;t 1 said it waa not a good
turn-, that it would be useless. Lingg
: .ii!..- excited, and wanted me to give
him wiui' fire from my cigar. I went
int.. a hall and struck a Jmatch. as if I '
w a-1 poing u give it to him. The patrol
wagon passed before the match lighted.
Iangg wanted to follow the wagon.
Isngg asked me if 1 hail seen a notice,
in the paper that the armed men were .
: hold a meeting on the West Side. He
-diownd me a copy of the ArbeiterZei
tiiug. and pointed to the word "lluhe."
".men he said meant that there was to
be a mueting and that everything was
to be turned uimide down.
' binge and I then went to N'etT's Hall
again, w here a nnmber of others were.
Herman said to Lingg in a very angry
voice, dun are tho cause of it alb'
There some one told of the Haymarket
ailair. and sai.i that a bomb had killed
agreatmany. ;'.;ngg said nothing. On
their way home Lingg said that even
now he was scol led and jibed at for the
worn ho had done. That his brothers
In the cause did not appreciate him. We
m l our bombs under the sidewalk. It
was about midnight when we reached
Witness knew Engel. and they bo-loiig'-d
to tin same socialistic group.
He had often heard Lngel make speech
es, saying that every workuigman
should make bombs.
Mr. Ingham hero held up a piece of
gaspipe. and asked. "Is this the way a
bomb looks when it is ready to go off''
The Court "Is that loaded '"
"Yes. your honor. '
"This i? no place for it," said Judge
Tne cros- examination failed to shako
da :, -iiniony of the witness.
Mr-. ( loiolanil's ( eurtesy.
d-liiS'.r.'N. July 1"J The Critu
tins evening publishes the following
thrilling incident in real life at the
White House; "Mrs. Cleveland is a
prettv go,l judge of human nature and
she ;s the heroine of an interesting inci
dent ulii.ii uxik place at her last recep
tion. Thursday afternoon. Two attrac
ts. young ladies were talking with the
mi-tress ol the White House, and oneof
ilo-m looked , rv intentl y at the neck
of her hostess, which wan minus a col
lar. Mrs. Cleveland noticed the atten
tion p.o.l her and said. "1 left ofl my
collar tin- afternoon because it is so
warm. Now don 'l deny that w as what
you were thinking about. "
"Another good thing that pleased
Ivith of us." said one of the ladies,
"w as that Mrs. Cleveland d id not forget
our nanus, but called us properly dur
ing lie h.-ur that we remained in the
b'"d Parlor, and when w e were about to
leave she came over to us and wished
us good bv ami seemed sorrv to part
wiin us. it is making .Mrs. I.
e: y ;,. . u I lr in Washington, especially
w sr. women, iei'sho always chooses a
good sub .-i to talk upon, and one that
si, tliini,- will interest the caller,
ifniu- . ro. an I. the latest novel and
f. uiimu decoration are discussed at
ti i rawing rooms just the same as if
'. .".ad in:, over, knitting in hand, to
: ' ' :!. '. iy w .th b,'T dearest friend."
A V-.sit' r from Space
" :. . July Wl-ob liarv. -t-
: - ...r ,,t w ri; near I irafton one day
.a-i - k :: the farm of Henry I lied -:.
.. w .-i " suddenly startled by a
. .1: :. t ;.ni.ke the roar of a long
:i f .i - T!.. noise increased in
.: f r f"w s, .Te!- and became
.. e .-' -; if.-r..: It s'i :m.l to come
I ..- :. . ..nd. easing upward,
-. ! : .: r- s,a vs i.al appeared to be
, :. :- ' I.. r;i idly descending
I '. w a meteor. I:
: : ' . k ilf. w i ..i.ui a f w rod ..f
w : .- ti.. y w. re -landing and burs d
.'-.' I- . p in th" ground. Thu r.ew
't ' ..:.: il ai d t!... lndd has been
I ;.:.:. i :, d- f ..,, pie. inciud
. ' -.:.'.:'- ::..-n. Th" hole in
.- three . r f ur feet in cir
:: : r- : Its depth is unknown, all
..' ; " t :.:. i L'otttun bv m-ertir.g
.is n. bring
rep K, puit-
f the agr
he fact that the area
iy increasing, the in -havir.g
b.-ei; about -Ju
present area being
cr.-s- With reference
ks there is a reasoua
au increase of about
..! . . the .lo.-ial oti-
w , :. : r w heat ar- a
,.rl --n. .ugh '. -r h uiie
pe.- 1 The average
.at ui I ' u: for the
v i "-elation
u l , S.te.
nd it ;o; .
i r .lull
! !. Ib -t rj, t en , ,it ;
H I 1 K PS
b. , n
'i r. -
Kim i ar-
i-,- d. i
; u n-s
an 1 ieii -e.
Tie- Italian ,r, -th-
arrival of t.
aide rates 1 r- en
Janerio have been
to .-'J im-i per word.
' N i
i d ma
. k t.
n -MI 'd
t he i n veil : n- i
man- i .r
Septemb. r I'.d next
can eonlined m a
The new i-o
1 ,bas deniiiiiileii un-
e release of an An; eri
i Mexican prison,
lernment eruisei. At
odieered . and i dl be
ti ml t rip l n al ai t t w o
wer k s.
li'W- lU. 1'alniHg"
arn --d at As!,, . ,;,
He is to ieliv .r an
N I .. Mullf ,e i iaS
and family havo
for the summer,
is -'tiered t. . match his
aLainst Jay lould "
r to L'ive .ft Of i 00O to
Atalanta. tlie los,
the poor of New V
cjuc-eu Vieturia h:
and his ministers of
uotulcd I dadstono
hor acccj'tance of
ird Silisburv will
form the new cabinet.
(if the H30 d-iegatos elected u, the
State eonventien of (leorgia. which
meets in Atlanta nn the Cth, over two
tldrds have been instructed for Crordon.
During the discu'Mon of the nleomar
ganne bill in the Senate, some sharp
HTSenahties w.-re engaged in between
Mr. Ingalls of Kan-is and Mr. Miller of
President Cleveland, accompanied by
Secretaries Hayard and Whitney and
Private Secretary Lament, is una short
visit to Albany. While there thev will
be the guest of liov. Hill.
A duel was fought at Hiatema'.a be
tween ex-Miuister Aparicio and Seuor
Pilona. It was not a French duel six
shoLs each were tired when one of the
participants fell mortally wounded.
The fight in cutting rates on the cable
lines has had a good eifect. Tho direc
tors lind that the receipts have gained
110 per cent, w hich proves that low
rates have never bef. u'e been thoroughly
Further progress on the Panama canal
has a verv gloomv outlook, but Lessens
is a plucky old man and mav yet. as he
has often snid sc. shins thmuirh
this canal frmi the Atlantic to the
Tho stfamtr (rate City, winch pliesj
between Savannah and Boston, went i
ashore otT the Massachusetts coast!
during a dense fog.. The passengers!
were safely transferred, but the boat is ;
lying in a critical condition.
At Uoekaway Peach. L. 1 . forty per-,
sons of an excursion party were precipi- 1
tatod in the water by their headlong '
rush to gtt on shore before the gang i
plank was properly adjusted. Fortu
nately no one was drowned.
Fourteen men of the Pritish war ship
(ioskaifk were drowned at Port Koyal. ,
Jamaica. Eighteen men were return
ing from shore to the ship w bile a storm I
was raging, when their boat capsized, '
drowning all but four.
"".Tw o Jersey City physicians have been
fined Sled each in a suit brought by the
Socioty for the Prevention of Cruelty to I
Animals. They were accused of let-;
ting dogs fall CO feet, with their feet
upward, in order to study the ellect of:
shock on the nervous system. I
Maud S.. the great American trotter, j
hao not yet ranched her greatest speed, !
thinks her trainee. In a recent dash !
without being urged, save the latter I
part of the driye, a milo was covered in
2. Hi-. The last quarter was made in
seconds, a '2.r'-C gait.
The President sent the following:
nominations to tl.e Senate today Jere-'
naiah XV. Covenv. to be surveyor ofl
customs for the district of Hoston and !
Charlestown, Mass.; Eugene Potter
Stoue. of Mass.. to be an assistant sur- :
goon in the navy. Within a stone's
throw of the urs.-r "f the S',,-ioinl hi1 .
A Chicago newsboy did a very heroic
deed, but it cost him his life. Two
small boys had fallen into the lake and
would have drowned but for the timely
aid of the newsboy. He uuickly swam
out to them and succeeded in rescuing
both, but was so mu:li overcome from
exhaustion that he could not save him
self. The secretary "f l i 1 1 (Irani monument
fund has written t" the senators anil
representative", m ( .Tigress requesting
ote for the bill to appropriate
toward-- erecting tin- monu
liiverside Park. This is the
association that started out in -uch a
great 'lourish t.. i ai-e a million dollars
for the above mentioned purpose, and
in now petiiiotiing at the door-of Con-'
gross f,..r one quarter of that amount.
There is nnpree odent 1 want and
sulTering in parts of New Found land
and Labrador among the inhabitants.
They say thai m r before in the his
tory of that 1. .. ;.!:!- has such weather
been experienced at this season. For
30.1 mil.:- i .if tie- , east the ice is still
consisting of gigantic bergs, which
keeps the temperature down to winter
level. Thev are n imt having the
has bi en
- p rt n .
an.l in many pl.ii
Th" g. " rum.
1. J.el.ib 111
ie s::h C
h a i
1 m th
e !): :
;s e! the
en t . t 'ol.
: ef Col
e lion of
: -. was
,- r. tired
i and at
r. turn, d
'. I r,
'n in a e
i 'hai les
' 1. c ' i . i r f .
es, wa- -M l'
'S. ' eoU Uoll
harle K. J
; i .
-. nsi-ting of c,
lb. n a p, 'inied .
a.Tos- tile street
tb..- end of hf:
read v to rep, Tt.
The .mi:, Ll
mar. .Col i 'bar!
ti.e.r unanim '.
I'd. Charles ll
entire party r
. .mm ;t t,
o; . Charles
i nan; m,,;;s.
f tie- ixth
:s ,.'"!' of
.' , - ,!-,'
il J n. s ;:
it h.n .
w i- th
l: i-m 1 '
,pf- -i 1 1 1 menis
lU)V H AMIIM. 1 O.N.
W 1-liIN. , I t . N . July id
eberger. in tne course
; speech ;u t.h - Senate
piK.'Sition t,i the oe
"I a very earn-
margai .no bill.
id that he iva-- acainn it mainlv t
is.' it breathed of internal revenue,
e said if there was one unm- moro
than another '.hat the people of Virginia,
from one eini to '.he other, denpised an.l
reprobated u w as til-- internal reionuo
system, and. represtiiiing sucu a eon
stitueney, he could never by mice nr
vote under any circumstances favor an
cniaigement of it, if tnere worn fraud
and deception m the manufacture of
oleomargarine he would assist in any
legislation designed to correct that, but
never in the wiiy of taxation.
The amendment to the oleomarioiruip
hill reducing the tax to two cents will
necessitate sending the bill back to the
House, which, in the present condition
ot business, puts its ukimat- fate in
uiiiu aoubt. The friends of the measure
reali.'.ed this and made every effort to
prevent any change n: It as ,t . ame
ironi in,' iiouse. inoy were tr.u.g
enough to defeat even attempt at
amendment except in the reduction of
the tax. There has been quite a con
siderable lobby at work for thr bill, and
as a half loaf is better than nothing,
thc-y will advocate the prompt agree
ment to tho reduction by the House.
As intimated. Senator Gorman voted for
the bill and Senator Wilson against it.
kansvs r;:i!nv ai.itii
P. lii the Kansas senators are very
much given to the use of offensive per-
sonalitiea and coarse insinuations as to
the motives of others when debating
measures which they do not favor. Mr.
Plumb is quite tluent, but uot so oul
, lured as his colleague. He wields the
weapons of denunciation and inuendo
j like a broadax while his more polished
and oratorical colloague cuts with his
grim irony and malice
; edge i f a rapier into the
like the keen !
I his victims. Every now and then th
i objects of these attacks t urn on their
assailants, and. smarting with indigna
, tion and resentment, give them such a
"dressing down" as u- appreciated high
ly by all who listen. A few days ago
Senator Conger, of Michigan, who is
abundantly able to take car of himself
w hen he gets ready, administered to Mr.
Plumb such a lively trouncing as can
not fad to be remembered by that sena
torial bully for some time to come.
Yesterday Sonutor Miller, of New York,
arousud almost to fury by the criticisms
, of Mr. Ingalls on his advocacy of the
oleomargarino bill, "'went for" him In
( a stylo which sent the blood fairly
dancing to tho sallow complexion of the
latter. Today; in the House. Mr.
Hatch, of Missouri, chairman of the
committee on agriculture, w ho had been
coupled with Mr. Miller by Mr. Ingalls
in his strictures, denounced his state
ments as unblushing falsehoods, and
concluded with the remark that lie
"would leave vulgarities and personal
ities to tlow from the mouth of the Sen
ator from Kansas that woiub of slan
der and detraction."' Subsequently to
tho remarks of Mr. natch, Mr. Ingalls,
who had boon advised of them, got up
in his seat in the Senate and expressed
regret that lie had yesterday trans
gressed the latitude of debate. His
penitence is not likely to be long lived.
He had alroady forgotten the recent
experience when very shame induced
him to expunge from the liecu-d the
brutal and insolent remarks he had un
justifiably add ressod to Senator Cnek
rell. and which that brave man, as ho
could very well afford, had treated with
WA-miNoToN, July '-'n.-"Tin: Commit
tee on Ways and Means to4ay agreed to
report favorably Mr. Morrison s resolu
tion providing for the adjournment of,
. 1 .I.e.. .1.1
congress xiae oe- uu tne s-in nay i.a tne
What is said to br the text of
the new extradition treaty be
tween the I'nited States and
(in-at Ilriuiin. now ponding in the Sen
ate, is published today. The convention
extonds the provisions of Article X of
tho treaty of to four crimes not
therein named, as follows manslaugh
ter, burglarj-. embezzlement or larceny
involving jrf0 or HIO, and malicious in
juries to property, whereby the lifo of
any person shall be endangered, if such
injuries constitute a crime according to
the laws of both countries. It is also
provided that the provisions of Article
X shall apply to persons convicted of
the crimes named in the treaty of ls-12
and the new convention as well a to
those t barged bef, 're trial with the i om
mission of them. The convention isnot
retroactive. o fu rrender is t" be de
manded for political oiTenee. and no
trial is permitted for any other off ence
thati the uiie for whiuh the extradietion
is requested, until the person extradit
ed has had an opportunity to return to
the State by which he was surrendered.
Killed 'iv ii Shock from an "Electric
J'l;. .v. N V.. July V". Thomas Miller,
fourteen yenrs of age. was instantly
killed by coming m contact with an
electric-light wire tonight. Miller,
with several companions, w ei e standing
around all electric light pole. The boys
found an old wire on the ground and
Miller suggested that they take a shock.
He caught hold of ihe loose w ire and
began to sti ing. Soon the w ire wore a
hole through the insulation on the clec
trie wire and
that almost in:
fell P. the gr,
!': m :. 1
Mirier received .-,
tantly k died bun
und electi ie pai
f his fingers
I IL. ,'lil U. , , ,'illy -.'tl. - "i lie ". l i . x-
press from New cirk ran into a grai ei
train right in the heart ol the city, on
the Now 'i oik. New Haven ,v lhutford
K lilroad today. The gra I tialn had
ll .' rifiht of way and proper danger signal-
were set lor the express train and
no , x ; .1 an. in, .ii is given l.-r the ae-ddent.
'!.. Lallan laborer- were killed in
stant 1 , and live others injured, prob
ably lataliy. T he engineer of the ex
pi ess train was cut about the fie -. but
in t seriously hurl. lb w- i- pr ." pt!y
pi 1 under ;-,ri ei'.
1 (.nd.. .1 lo
"1 t he oluces ,
' "-ndarmes d
i ng . m u-s attack
'1 a! -st papers
d the budding- .
ing tb.- rioters fr.
pur;- .so . f -.-..cliin
ii. bs ;h-'n f: rr,"d .
-evert lighting ens
.er- b gt'thiT -verj
UC'eSsf il 1 1 x plL,
y ,.t tl
Were . I rested.
1 soldiers were
i hit. . July ,
itci nl i iola
-) i-ll.bie of
; V l ik ell by
ii wilh lb.
HI- "1 th,
A me i
ires ,-f ,
-mil - 1 ;
"'; .". - i
1 at in
1 -i. b-l.h
CITY AND VICINITY.
I Ue Craven County Denwirarj'.
The (lohlnhoro l. iis of Saturday last
t .ji.La.iis the following ri niarkable buga
h'.. r mules' nest." discovered with
it a ..'.died i yen" which certainly
"U.hl w I,, ' lull to sleep
1 heie is danger to the white people of
lla.-tern North Carolina in the rocent
combination formed by somo Democrats
and a w dug of the Republican party in i
I'nm ii county not so much, probably, '
in the fusion policy as in tho man they
have put forward for the Senate and t
we are waiting with much interest to j
see w hat action the Democratic Execu-tiv-
(Aimmitlee of Craven will take in
tins regard at thoir coming meeting,
which we soo is called for the 24th cur
rent This combination has put bifore
the people nf Craven tho name of Hon.
C C. Clark for the Senate. Mr. Clark
is the author of the famous letter against
county government, which we publish
ueiow. it was written m 13s:; in an
swer fo a noti -e from the committee ap
pointed by the Democratic mass meet
ing to notify him that he had been
recommended to the State Convention
c , . i
for the nomination for Confrressman-at-1
Largo, which, as will be seen, he de
clined to permit. This letter has ever
since been an active campaign docu
ment fur the Republicans: and we have
not heard that Mr. Clark has since
changed his views in this regard. We
. are satisfied that the staunch Demo
cracy of Craven county will use their
utmon endeavor to crush this moye
! ment. and in such effort they will, or j
should, receive the support of the entire
East. No man who has put himself on
record against county government
, should be allowed to go to the Legisla-
ture from Eastern Carolina if possible
10 1,0 prevented. We have been expoct-
i..rv , i , I e L- of'ing older Democratic naners in tha
.iaiR to uenounco tins thing, but doubt-
less they are waitihg with the same in-
icrest wo are io see wnar. tne uemn.
..a, .. . . i. 1
Committee of Craven
are going to do. In the meantime, we
call upon the said committee, in the
interest of the Democracy of the East,
and tho Stato at large, for that matter,
to crush this combination in the outset,
fur there is danger lurking in its shadow
and the. end is not yet.
Th" Ani's is hereby informed that
the call of the executive committee on
the 24th inst. is uot for the purpose of
taking steps "to crush this combination
in tho outset." but for another purpose,
a purpose which w ill more effectually
bring out the Democratic vote and elect
it. It is further informed that the ex
ecutive committee, in meeting assem-
. bled., in the outset declared unanimous
ly in favor of this combination ticket,
and almost unanimously requested
j there was but one dissenting voice
j non. C. C. Clark and W. T?. Lane, Esq.,
to bo the Democratic candidates on the
combination ticket. This was a meet -.
ing of the committee regularly called,
, due notice having been given by tho
i chairman, and it was as well attended
j as any meeting of the executive com-
nuttee - only two precincts being un
represented. The- Airus will under- '
! stand then, if it desires to receive the I
truth, (hat C. C Clark and W. IL Lane -; ,
are the Democratic candidates on the I Wi" make Regular Trips to Philaiel
1 combination ticket, and are there id j phia and return every TWO WEEKS,' v
i obedicntc titln action of the Democratic touching at Baltimore and Norfolk 9H '
K.i; nticc Committee f Cntw n county ..., -V' '-
and bv the earnest solicitations of many
l.lemoerats who are not members of the
executive committee. Furthermore,
when the Democrats of Craven county
understand the combination as the ex
ecutive committee understaud it, they
will heartily endorse tho action of the
committee notwithstanding the advice
of the Atijus which is not only gratuit
ous but presumptuous.
When Craven county was shamefully
treated in the arrangement of the
judicial districts the Argus said not a
word in her behalf : but now whon the
Democrats of the county take steps to
send men to the General Assembly who
havo botli ihe ability and the will to I
guard our interest, wo aro told that a
great danger is threatening the white,
people of Eastern North Carolinal There
was no danger while being represented
by Kepublicnns. but it will not do for
Graven county to send a Democratic
representative. Thin is tho opinion of
tho -1 ?iy'is, but we are pleased to know
that us opinion does not weigh much
with tho staunch Democracy of Craven
'oldei Democratic papers" i
may denounce if they choose; tho Dem- j
w ill's ot Craven county aro going to j
elect the cuinbiualion ticket if they can. j
Put w e think the older papers ha e j
better sense than to denounce the Dem- j
ocrats of this county for trying to better
A - to Mr. (dark's position on the;
count) government question which is '
a dead is-ue if the Democrats of!
Craien an satislied about this, Mr. j
( iark need not take the trouble to try .
to giatily in.j - ina
1 leinocruts of Craven county are ,
of going to Iiuleigh during the
i- of the (ieneral Assembly as
r- W. w ant to send Democrats
to ioolc after our interest. The j
lr. in the Republican party in this i
um give- u- an opportunity that we j
ci had before. We are willing to-j
ot, w iib one faction of this party and
lp lb m elect their county ticket if
th"i- m tu
n wui help us to elect our
for the (lenerai Assembly.
c ino idates for
It is purely a 1
cann. 'I hurt th.
al arrangement w hich
Democratic party, and
1 ))' proposes
is uncaiieii ior ami snouiu oe oenoiinceu
by every true Democrat in the county.
P. -.ince the above was put iu
we hale received a communica
fr.im tht chairman of theexecu-
IlJIlil',!'''. will h we publish else
II. ! " llOUeud I. . the 1 r-! -
l ii. . 1 1 1 : i ai lAccntivc Coiuiuittee.
Ni '. Pei.nr, July 21. ls8().
!-.r "' ',. J. i un ail I notice in an arti
cle published ill the doldsboro Arpis of
,' so ". 7th. in regard P the nomination
"f C. ( ''lark by a joint meeting of
Republicans and Democrats, as a candi
date for the i-e-nate from Craven. The
A ; -iy they "are wailing with much
.iL.er. t to uliat action the 1 lenio-
. rai; ' . ui:ve committee ol Craven
vii! nil;.- in this regard nt their coming
net ting, which we see is t ailed for the
J liii 'Ui'rs.i To this 1 will say that
at ' iii. "iing ..I ;!.- I icniocratie exeeu
i.c crniiiiii'i i ot .'r.nen . "iinti . held
,-,it u p lay . J a I v I11, '. s-b, a resolution was
i.i .pt.-d re pse-img MeSsr-. C.i'. Clark
..!, ' W. P Lane ii , a! I.ui t la i r names to
ii-t1,! all!,, ,:ut meeting ,-f Pemo-
and IS "i li 1 leans
Julv '. .;. 1 - -' at
i loll i , 1 1 ale, i .
Klil.-d by Api
.-!- -o hil.
I.e ,'l P
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freights from Baltimore and
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J. V. WILLIAMS,
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NEUSE & TRENT BXVIZ.
Steamboat Company, .
Will run the following Schedule onapd afUr
I depteiuber'Jth. 1KS6
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Wnl leave Hew lierne for Trenton, evarj
Wednrn!ii at B a. ui.. and Friday after (a
arrival ut ihu Bttaoier Hbenandoab; ratara
Ing, will leave Trenton every Thnredey and
Baturiliiy. touehiug at all point alonJi4i .
cm und after Jane 29th, 1885. the fUnaiaer .
KliiKion will leave Klnaton for Kew Van '
every M ouday an d Th ureday at o'aloak a.sa4
day ami Kriday. stopping at Jouy OM Fleia) '
ana iimcniug at an landings on xeue river.
Clone couuectlou made wltn steamer SfceM
Hnilosh ui the uld liouilnion Bteamshlp Coir
JOnN H. PELL, at Newbertl- -'
W. K. SiAKLr, Kanston. ; . d ,
U. H. HABBDS, FOllOkSTlUe.
: T. WILSON. Agent at Trenton.
J. P. qnismiLr, Jolly Old Field. , ;
J . K Hanks. (Quaker Bridge.
J. M. WlfTE.aon'lManatarr "
ebTdAw Klnaton, JaT. ff
NEW BERNE, BEAUFORT & ONSLIWUiE
and . i: '
Lower Nease River Route.
S KM I-WEEKLY SERVICE,
I-:, s. i iuu4 I Yi-seiiKer communication for
Un tniliiivi.iir ,innt of destination, MON
P.WS uii.l TU 1 1 KSD A YB. returning TUES
DAYS niul KUIIIAYS:
Kiix-iuiib'K Creek (CroatanaDd Uavelock),
liulrd s umeK.
I'iul.foot ('reek (llarlowe).
lmwiui'8 Creek (Martin s Wliarf),
AilaiiiM Creek (Tlirersvllle),
smith's Ci eek i Korfe ,
I'.enuf'.rt niul Moreheail City,
l ildwiwid Hll.l Newport,
s iii.i.i- .sua,, swaiisboro and Barker'
e,l ,al,er polrilR on Ilogue Bonnd and
VI lllle l ink RIVW.
1.,, sid, -wli.'il steamer CLEOPATBA.,
Cii,: 1 W. Warren, now running an estate
: ' -1 1 - 1 .uie on the lower Neuse, touching;
all iii itiluble poluis. makes regular rnnnefi
io :,' 11. Ls.MlL through tli Kewfienw
ami i ;.ufi! i OioikI. for Bean fort and More
:iwi.l cay. mid points i-i Newport Hlver,
11, 'true S'liintl niul White ak River.
Kates lower limn l , any other line, and
eiieiic: dein erj- truftruuleed to all point of
'l-.-i i u.i; :. ei
Freights received and delivered at tb
tiix k ami iiarehoiibe of the Neuse aad Trent
K s , r bine
I-: ,: ri i:, r p..ri n'lilars apply io
.1 SO. U. BELL.
WM A HUAK.M- hrelghl A(jent.
M oeiguer Ageot. JonW dw
J. L. HARTSFIELD,
BOOKS and STATIONERY.
School loks und School Supplies
Co m footlouerlasl)
s Ninijf. (gurs. Tops, Glassware,
rm-Wry. fVxhing Tackle, Etc.
door south of Loftin's Bank.
J. L. HARTSFIELD.
MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY
VI'ltOltA, N. V.
en, i.: u, ih school eloaaa
s-hioii openB October 4,
nil and profrreBBlve town,
.im t ion Apply to
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