N'KKI'l-iMiKNT IN" ALL TIITN(S.
Terma $B.OO Per "7bX.
II I K 11-. U ,
xi:v hkkm;. ckavkx county, x. c ai ia st ixs;.
Land and Othei Property
One tract of laud in Contenting Neck Town-
"ship, Lenoir Co.. of 400 acres.
One tract of land in Pink Hill township. Lenoir
Co., of 183 acres.
Four lots on Shine street in Kinston.
One lot and tenement house on Shine street in
Quo two-horse sprin wagon.
Two new Wilson Sewing- Machines
One thousand bushels of corn.
One hundred bales of hay.
01:111 N( . 1:1: m;.
' - Sici f tli' CV!elutt il IV.iri Sim".
KINSTON, June, 188G.
Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses,
FALL OF 188
M -yt V I. -i.'jf-w'
-iSrJeonhand, for immediate delivery.
lVv..One 60 Saw Gullett's "Maynolia" Cotton C.ia.
cf .CtOoe 50 Saw Gallctfs - Mi;' uolia" Cotton (".in.
v""fl: 0-bne 45 Saw Gullett' 'Magnolia" Cotton Cm.
;V jOn 40 Saw Gallrtt't 'Mi-, nolia" Cotton Gin.
'One 60 Saw Tratt Cotton
" ... , With re . el v in -
One 50 Saw Tratt Cotton
(With rev .Ivititi
One 40 8aw Pratt Cotton
. ' - ( ith rca.! ing
One 50 Saw Carver Gin
.O50 Saw Carver Gin
a. v..--'" One '-Boas'' Power Cotton Press,
, s i
. r -
it- ' na nntt' Nn. '1 Power Cotton Press.
Mw s -
' f. aTieaGIns nJ Pros-.e
j. ,- tWeagBoot trie South. I.o.-k t. y -
1 '-lS4lL rry fall line of ti, r
--t 1 ' -SwHUla, Qridt Mill.. Cottci h
. .. '..",? -Vke4kntebcrK. Cireahr Snw.
'''Bai'Lmng, 1.-Uin. Shaftii..-. V
fp4 fittingly V!t.-s, Whifl--. S
'- . ' Scai fr eircaUni an I ;.ri I
get.for rAIBBANKS' STANDARD SCALl.-S.
To inakft' room for ir.a F.ill and Wii.tt-r St .r!V-i
entire Stock, EXCE?riNi) TFTF A', A. V rTi V -OALF
Now is your tikVuec' i.' .
Furnishing Gootl, rl
I MEAN BUSINESS
l am s ,via y
B T .-!. l sn J . " - '
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Ktt s y y s- y ' a -
way an in - -
cura ,1jshijc.i i-" - .
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U bral . tin-- .
lMPOK I AN I !'
(loll. in -a. lr
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. .ic , i.ar. -
A : ir:
fGrab Qrchard Water ::;i.::i - - : I
4k' ' L - I -
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i i- anal
old style ,
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mm i ,a:
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AND NO HUMBUG.
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i . ( n 1 1 :
M i 1 s 1 ' t N t
"'! i '
: e,,-. a :ebi
.. 1 : : ... 1 ,-ti : ; x
: .. ' i. iv rc'.i.-ia-.l
..airi v ..1 the won-
lie iTMpcny of tbe
lain. mI' tli it Sf.lt'
a ... 1 . in.i
!i- i".vc Mm.Mii. ,1; M.vsi.s-
k:...w ..m'tlr.nj; of sir.
.el -.div i:,-TOM-nt.vtlvo
;.. .i m.sp.iiM'rrfi.
v. - ; i-mi::,: ,.x;i,t:ciipc
- , t . t iMly a- ji;s
; 1, S,,;,, cunt . " Missis-
a l,v ;i mad dog
g :. i.e lather. Th am.
v (!!. .. v p;- .in. I ;ioow,
. .i ...1 ::..!.. I.v.ln.t.ho.
..n.i the n.. ;t.a
, . . ,. . v -aliicr 'oe-
'J,.-e!i,-.i :e..red ri.at
i,.u'a .i'MrU.-.l w;5i
A ., (t i-.-i-.o.l Mr.
,;. . ' .... , :;.-u;;:H.r.
,,,.,.. : ,.; :; ,,d' (.Tie.
,.;:;,, cure .-rTert.-.J
ne v. , k-.c-A n aii
:.e ai id
! 1 .
.! I a.- .1: .m:i w a- :-.;p.e
.. i ; o. . i 1 o' iroet. t a ; ve
1 : ; ,! .1 - !..,;.. The Wi.tltol was
n.-.t -i r ! ai i -i aec- v;t)i t he
:, .a 1 i la.-e-. m.ol-tone.
will, ii , i'.mI;: :i,e -l.e OI the
; a - 1 1 .mi; :
.'1 end Mian
I . u 1 dim:-'.;
. a deep Prowii
1 S daMcn- :!
1:1 w.i! ; 1 ! u .ii.-i: r In s m I ! i ' v .Us 1 1 1 e 1 1
i.-e.l niN.M ill.- wi.im.l and a hand
a'e ui-'pped ai'Miin.l ;. After a
i.a:: a h'oui h id i..isf.l tli.- Land-
u.l- lella.Ye.t. ha' t!ll StOIl.-
; ... adhered to ' :,e -h h. and con-
. , . 1 1 i . . ..r a- loast mvo
i I :c iap::c.i;a ;i was mud.-
a ci ,. ' :ao - .'p; i .a i.a iohowma
arc ..-! under the -aid
, i , mi,-; inc.-.-. It linalU refused
!,. .ulnar I., the :ie.-li.' and Dr.
Maim pioiiounced all the iXMson
!r..m the wound extracted. In a
lew da- ihe wound was entneU
hea.ed.'.tiid K. pre-cntative Morpau
-tat.-- -ii.it he ha.- never been
trout. led i;'a '.t sin, ,-. Uc.H.n.ohe
doe- ;,,,r , hum that tae stone has
nal.i.!ia- iie:hni: properties, hut he
kn.iu s 1 1, i: t he animals which were
biUri, hv tiie same d,. wha-h let
him . 1 . ( f . and l.e slhl lives. !'r.
M .; in. t iimu dcad.hu: tne stMiiO
.- ii'i.c custo.U ot his survntiii:
r.-I itix.'s. and .t' i-s.'ial it has been
-nee. s.-t til! applied in several hun-
1 1 IT
lc .resell t at : ve Morgan
i;.-- h , - ! a: t i. in ' li
i e it I lie i , . . a 1 . 1 be
. no .Mini go .lamcdaitelv home
id. iv. ' la- m ids-, me applied. -
, . . . . ., ... .,
i a '
; i . i .-
v a. liable
i.s l.ll 111 !!'
i. .1 : una i.
. Tr ,'a.bn. a r..sts
. ., , a, ; ,-. , ,io c s .a U-.iisis
.. ic ii oh- l ic ak in a new direr-
1 a. have reiiise.l to nnmi-
i..r goseiiioi a man with an
; n ep: o.ichbb- prohibition record,
s,mpi becau-e thr lact came out
he had loaned money at two
;,, r ecu; a month. '
A- 'he prohibitum .-t- are show-
n g a d -posit inn to take an active
;- i-.. I .-a stat,. and national politics
: ii.. ai , cc, lea' c-taicished in Kansas
,- - gnilirant. We can easily un-
a r. . ...a . !,., . i , IciicK is in
,a s-.ite-. thci.- is a strong leel-
nig agan-t a iinney sliarK. A
. , ', 1,,,,1,-r , iimh on the
n ;ock or.'.c
would not stand a
t a ehanre before the masses,
a. in- d,. the political prohi-
si s .r..j t- go-' What
-, w -iic demand in
ii .l-dat.-s ' .- know. now.
i . ,ir-- i i;:a' : he u-urer as
...''-,,. w j... hvuks upon
.... -g i- red, but will
-. : re ' W Ml th- let in a
w,.s ',...-, . ' W .':: th.-v
c ,: eNolu-
lis; s u j n
educ n lonal.
; : iliiica'ion '
a s m'gh' be
.id.. 1 1 he
i-e.:.-r , i , . .
;.' ac t en
:i. .' - d -
' ip-. Il-eless
.; ;s-- :;..rtll
: g it... tr.g
- ; -. ..a ;..
, a loi
; ' .; s- s
. i 1
. -.: ,v .:. -he
- , , , s. 1 :
ii vi' hen- 1 -' ,
'v I'11-- !l- 'n
nsh- TU: ; -
-r,'-m : :'
'"I' '''- !'
suppose th.r .1 larg.
1 a ii'
- ! 1 1 V ' 1 '
-.mil.-. taken Irom
V I I f '
bo restocked oiiick!
.1 lew hundred, or c. .-
sand young trv . i- .- t: n-'i i- - r
t., e.ck. a tr.-.in; 'ii .: :.h
!"'Hd-. I.e. .!!-. !:.- cioge-h
u:!'-ike '.ir' -i :;..-n..-. -miidi
bet tor t i:.i ii ..tn.-i,. . .tn t .K- .MM-
ol theai. ai.d ;i they .tic protected
H'ti danrt-i- until tin-y a:a- about
lcrty-tivo das old which : a'.M.ti:
:he t;lm' '":i'ui- '.ik.-
"' tiu-m -u::t ; ti.-. a:.-
r.-a.ly to ieeii. tii.-y ,iu- ti to:.-.-
a!:.v .il.ie :....). -eiv, -
I:' st.H-Kin . tl.-.tla v.tii t!
the NOUlif: Iih -lio'lc! !., t.i.v.Ti
;;- Iio.k I-u-.it .-rs. or pi;; :.m
Ni'l:r's J vif - u
111 i-ty into :t. A-the;, -ro-.
'h0 '-v '" ' T.l.i :! .. . . -e't!.- i-.v
'-le.ui;. .iiid :i;a si;. ..lM.ii . !:.
in-iMl-'A ;itt-r.- ::. ::. i.ii. at;ti - :
'" -r-1" :;-
(1m not pu' t li t in siaiden v ::.'o
w i'.it ;aa h w arn.er ii..-: : ii.r .:
t.'.e ves,sei .11 i.;c!i t l.i-.v ii iv.-'r.m.-ported.
Tiie .!i a a.
l.ke! to ho :n.i llKMl b 1 at t ; n t .:!
::. atei a ;. h decrees eoldct . an'
t : to .iv..:. al. srehlen .-i
.1 nd 'V.al 1: ... . '. 1 a . -e ..; 'ov. . : ;.
. : a w , 1 , : a -v !.:. h
mi i.r.ti.: i-i; . ;ii' .' .- . :
. t a
1 a : m : 'lie 1 e , . 1 1 .a
tie 1 m , ic r -. . t . 1 . : : . . . l -.
Ii hi.it.ci. ,.; lisji . (.'':: 'i..
results n.oie nniiiaf.iv. o, n.,,,,.
'MI'-H''":- U,A'- ;:i u-:.-h;:--
--tre.klT-. V. TV Mail! .i...,!!.! -!.. V!.-
'liat w , one.- n a a ii ! ed 1 a ' : :
are nou w , d. plcfc.'. .c ...
o! tl, j.ii. t.ui : .1 : -. I : -
hc.ia: i : i; .. -ar, ahe
' reams, ha; -o t.i:- .is , I. -..i : !
du.anir e.emen: c,,,... ,,.
mIih-Ic-. ami ai a.aian n t.tv
' ''a-es. t hey n m k a w..T' . ! r : , i : -
turn tor the restockui
N o brook, t hat has ..n c .'on a . , i
trout, need he without th.-m :i ' he
waters remain pur.- and , .,.,1. 1
believ. then- ,i;cao v.aa-i- moic
atistacton t, .-to. k hi.m aroia,
trout streams. I .trail.- 'h.-y a:e
a;.va.- helare you. !a -tm-k::: ;
w.i-.eis uith -iiad mi s.ilir.Ma. ti.ry
m I ;r-i; e t o t he oc-ali. and m:i1 ;,
t urn oaee a ra i a a t a.- purpose ;
shawniuj:; v. : t h -caam trout .uid
white tish. they -lay n;..-; of-iir
time in the deep waters oi ,,ur
hikcm inn nruoK-irou, u-iiliu, ni-n
-'Mi.- is so thes ..re piae.-.i. itrow-. ,,;,.! an
'.ten loliior- eaunt amouc tile :e.-.nc. t- alui
ooiitutm'e dnectiy i
'id .unm-mi. nt . : 1 i
Xle.tllis 1 1. .it have Im .a vvh
. e .
pr. h 1 aiai i g io. .
,. . an or
once mol e I e cell . -hed. and 1 .. in ade
a . r valuable add'liMii to ; ni
hil m - .1 'in r'u -I ! . ha ' -,, ,':
Th Farin. i ami H :sF-: a
Atnrust 111 .IN be a
month. ct there .- rc n.oiith .ah r
year w htu many faimc:- can bi t
ter take a play -pi 11. and mak. a
journey to the mountains. r Xt- ar
seaside with their I niiilie.-. tany
ing on the way to :.-:t :'t..-n.l. or
famous stock farm-, "i .la ics oi
cheese factories, or ot in v eh : c t- .a
interest. Summer crops .n.-'lani
by." t he t urn : j cr.u :-in .titer
grain- are sale :a -'ac'ko: new.
spiing grams in. i br re id t cut.
and as soon as tin- . dotir. r.-nie-
goii n noes me no..- ..no.,.
C.-in tw snared llolll the Clpel'lll-
tendemv ot the hou-.
and the dairy . to take s-.c. i a, a
tion. All should h.n e '. ic . : : u ni .
though they can go bat ..a,- . ' w
at a time: and no .;.. - ..cd
more sure a go than -he a iiom a
; - . iiai l to p. i u id.- ; ., .ea c.
eveu'.or ..:. day . t i..y i.uind
ot home data's the good hot;-.-
uiothei . Turnii"- w;i: make a go,!
crop, sown tic : .- ..
Angus'-, even .uc.ic- .!
1 : g in , : .ci. .an. i . Col
roots, as big rouioi a- a
are in.,;.' uia;kc'a'c t:
.mi's. Ait. r ; ic r.,.a-
-w.n.i. w r may '. --v ;
Hid :a s,c: . f
a. 1 s an ; age ' . w c n
g: .is- 1 . . -.: .- -.
pra.-t a .- .a .y c.ia. .
Without tic 111' ci ell', .oil
(Top. 1- success: all oe.-
Oil! . , I'-1 T.i, V.i.ac lie
w 1 1 1 , a ,..!,! h.-rw
pr:.i'i-i i-y to. 1
.::g gici' any .a'.
.n'claled lo: a 1 g
. .1 . A .1 W r.-d . : -, 1 a
;epe.,-, i cl :., o
ai.n.cs . : i a 1 . a'
seed .in.i - ic trio : -
A i . : on
- a , a .
oi ! Ii..r-. - 1'i. r. rr.-il t.i oiinL'.
: ,.-. ; he . ai ly rn:n o;
a -:-.-s :,,ai :.ior. i;- management,
i.-ai -pccaii .- :;o:a -he failure ot
ti..--- vet. iar-e: part of the
, an : a ; a : ' ;. -oasah r a horse old at
w.avr r ''ren. In fact this
-ia-ald he the prime of ins lite, and
he in.i;. t'aen eoutinne at has high-
.- !.-e!'nlness until he is p.v.st
'-.!; . Senility with disagree
ia ,. a.-cmpaninients may then be
. ; ec-ed. m.l i merciful p.ive will
- ded !: a laithl'ul servant.
I );,.:- ic- :a the use of young
.: ts.--: ' a. ;, cannot be taught
voi -. j. a eustoined to every
;,.--air -:air and tilled with confi
dence 'ai' .a the -ehool ,.f expe--.
.u.l tin :- the school of
' :i tideiiee. not in himself,
.a the hand that holds his
m -ata. .- the attribute of the old
:. : -,-. 11 . '.v.is safely carried
t:.;i:ig:. the Mights of you'll by tin?
- , . a. :ng that sits upon his
a. ;. .: heh.rai him, and no nio
'.c;i , ; mind or body is to be made
. :' : : a. 'aat gual.ng hand .
is -aier also to buy an old
: ot-o o;mg horses are subject
o- '. : change.-; ?he sj.leufs.
iv.i;-. w.ndgall.-. distem
t :. e'e . I't.a k the young horse.
I .. . .1 aoi-e ma; have had them
ia 1 :.- o, !,.,! t'iM'ii ai! acute action
' : at only ? in- hieini.-li ot' the
m leuiaais, winle the splent
.. ;- . -a absorbed, and the pull's
.;. ; a hirge mrnts. so common in
.':. smoothed out by years,
i: ia . hi horse as sure-looted he
until extreme age breaks
am .1, a : . a he has a clear eye he
a -m ' be 1 I.--: if lie IS .juiet
a. a Horn -table tricks he will
no- ia-them. I le will bear the
ia,.-- ti:i:g thing, that young
:: -. - c.i :. a..' -afely endure, keep
ing ;n ; !)v stable without daily exer
c w her. he goes out he will
or h e 'm do ins work without (ret,
aa-1 -.v,:: no' t re so soon as the
'.-.rse. !,1 and young
ia -l.oi.ld not be mated in har-
;.. ;'.,r - he old oik1 will wear the
y. ".:it ' :: .:'. hwa -.'. Jxussrll,
i ' ' .;..r'. u'tt.r- .
I nd u1 rial Teaching,
state of Massachusetts has
r.-cen; :y e.s' abli.shed eighty free
s. hoi usln.ps at tin- Massachusetts
Agra-agoia'. College, whieh any
worthy young man in the State,
a'...-e ''ic -go ... sixteen, who ran
pa-- tin- nice examination, is
entitled, to eino.V .
There seems to be a general ten
dency to substitute pi actical, .scieu-tit'a-
instruet ioti and various kinds
of r'.c-tivr studies for the old clas
sical course. 'A hy should the
course .a study be made of east
iron ' Young men have far dill'er
ri. ' t.i-t es. mental bents, so to
-p.-ak, natural adaptations. They
air m a h mole i.kely to succeed in
i.le .! educated ill the direction of
then natural apalnlttics. Indus
trial teaching oi all kinds is good
:r. ;'- pita -. but it should not be
-a .tut cd tor the proper mental
i aim n g. 1 ',, v.- go to school and to
c. irgr m.-t oi ah to get mental
d. -c:pl.ne. a matui ing and deveiop
mg .a ;hr laculties with which
:. i ; t , i r has endowed them. With
t'n.s a- a 'oasis, they then need to
gel iii.s' i net ion and information
beai.iigupMii their future profe.s
s:,,n. li :ney cannot so early lix
upon their occupation m life, then
a general course mav be selected
y in. h w .1. stoic the mind, j
strength.-!. the judgment and
bloadell the v;ew in a way to pre-
p ir.- t 'aeia t.'i success m almost any j
dcp.utmcnt oi business. Industrial,
cdao.it. on iu-ya-r amiss il not ear-
i .. .1 too ia: and at an age when the
principal need is mental training.
1 la- example oi Massachusetts,
-aoaid be lollowcd by other .States.
Neai'.y on.-half the population ot
the 1 n. ted States are farmers,
liy, ;y State should have not only
tae A g; iciiii urul College, but should
pat .t .a the power of all our most
p:M:n..-::,g fanner's sons and
dai.gin .: s. whether their parents
a ; , a , alt ay . r lac . ; o ay ail t hem -s,
, , - .a s pi .vi'.rges. This, no
doiii.t. i - tne . 1 1 s i g ; i ..I theMassa-ci.a-ctt-
lice sciiouiishiis. Why
s;., ,1,1 a..; ,y.iy St at r makr a sllll
,n a .. . - c: ,.'"..-'' . ': tind
Pi-..;. . ', ..ar N h. .it ll em eia il
i'.., a :,c,n , lop 111 our State ibis
..... an y e.-ted under most 1111
: . y : i . . . i . : r iiuist ancr s. M Uch ot
v ,- -;, routed and otherwise
d -a .g. . i . 1 ': .pel pi ccatlt .on should
c a i - doai t ic-s t!i; pes' will
. : . a -, ; , i a. . . . And ag.ilb.
, , . ' a. . ; , a . licit::"..: a--
I';, j'.ia o ,i t'a ,'.ii.-. , - o yc i -, ; t a
- , ., : .1 ; a' . ci: : la- yy heat ah. 'tit
;....-::. depth. 1 .et . t ha Ve
;..'.. -aa.-lnac dnuug ail the
.: . ; ... -: ; he day say iiom
: ;, a aa-iiMou t ., imir m t he
cm ; : i ... a i . -t.i'i'iag it t iioi naghiy
oi a air i. me.-. Ilasc ycui
, s. i.. gshi ad- or bins ; la .roiigii
, ' . a 1 1 -1 ,1 oi 1 1 a loi I e. idy ' o i rcr I e
. i a . a . Aa 1 a. -in and sua them
;;:':.. . . 1 ary should br as ho!
. - ,,r c. ,11 make t he 111 at t he
the '. licit is put ill thrill.
!'.c.-.n. : in.. ving
a ...it. !;'.!. o i so i oi i , mr to
. . : . t.;., bii-l,. .-. 1 a.- y he.P
... . , . a i at.. I ' . in y e ha. 1
t '. - a , t i i v. i r ,1 'a hen
.-'...I' es, pa c.i. .ten-. -' -
C . t e - s ; , 1 1 , . i ! g I , i p e g I 0 V
. 1 . - . n . i . I : g '..'1 . , 1 . m e d y loi
: - -ni.- - .-an - .; pi e
. el ' . ' . '' a' ' t.cy l ' :ay loi , 1 -ay -
: : i. ' tliat tic- .nil at em
' : e. : esc -i -.'a; 'l'heli
t w . ,. i . : : ..- : ; a i ; I- pi o
i : e ac an ,1 i a. n . W hei .-
' a , .1 oi. , bunding
: 1 ' '.'' 1 1 i i . ' io'. , i i ,,; s
- ad a i ,, ,. , : ;:,,- ire!
. e h. lie e
1 : .aa e a! .v a -
c ' i -; . - ill at tin- 1 .ot
M , , , 1 1 '..lies all
1 i . vc: i; e bl alleles
..; no c,u c, t b.-i .
:,.t a in 1 t i,c . lies are
. , .- i i l ny ia -1 i a ,.,1 u,
' .tr. i
- A I .
H - :
t w-.e lua -.- ;ra'k
ruiiy h: a.-i r,, ,i: ir.. uiu-x-'-.al.-.t
-i -e.-i.-t Ha was
'Irani .1-1 -: rc, t fr. -in the
an I . u i.. a . ),.-ite the
.'. ai a j.im ef truck loams,
one of w Inch lipped elf a portion of his
load. Anions other things which fell
into the street were three wooden shipping-cafes
ti 1 i ed with OjkV. The cases
held forty-nine ,i...en each The cover
of one cane wai knocked :I. and ttie
eKfe,'s went skipping ..v.-r tl.. pavement.
Two newsboys ru-lu d :a and began to
break and suck the e-'s. A hirge bov
crarked a shell and hegaii to swallow
its contents, wh,
:Had'-'' a.-k, 1
Naw. ' ' was the reply .
tasting egg'w b ever 1 seed
'Ian - a fnr.nv
The other bey. af'te
two eggs, turned to th
' 'Taint an egg at ,.1
tasting one or
crowd and said :
it's ri'-t li mir but
'if rou rse ther- was ;-, f aainble for
the eggs, and the Iriv.-r had hard work
to got his box hack When his boxes
were all loaded again, lie paid he had
received six case- of eggs from a North
End lienor dealer, wl,,. told him to take
them to the Providence Iept. and
cautioned him to be careful and "not
hatch the eggs on the way." as they
were for hotel use in Khode Island.
Taking up one of ti e eggs and break
ing it :n front ot the crowd, a ruddy
liquid ran oUt. leaving nothing but a
common porcelain shell such as is sold
at agricultural supply stores for "'nest
eggs." Instead of albumen and yolk
every egg was full of the best whiskey,
each one containing about enough for a
good drink. They were filled through
a small hole in the big end. and the
hole was closed with waterproof
cemented cloth of the -ame color as the
egg. Ry chalking the egg a little the
deception was complete.
"They are going c Newport and
Narragansett Pier. " said the driver,
"and I'll bet lots of people wilt eat eggs
down there who nvcr liked them be
ip' v . .. July -s.-
In the Anarchist
trials to.iay, 11. I., i ' ilbert . ' painter ; liv
ing at No. North Ann Street, testi
fied that ho arrived at the Ilaymarket
at 9:4". o'clock. At the corner of Les
planes and Kandolpl; streets lie saw a
wagon occupied hv the speakers.
Witness saw some one leave the yvagon
and start toward the alley, where four
or five iersons were cunversing. Wit
ness was at the mouth of the alley. At
that moment some one cried: ' Here
come the police. " Then the man who
left the wag.m and joined the party in
the alley lit a match, and placing it
against something held in the hand of
one of the persons, a fuse bep.an to siz
zle and immediately thereafter the
bomb was thrown. Wituess was shown
a picture of sche.naube and recognized
it as that of fh. man who threw the
Question-- 1 1. ov .. men were
Answer 1 .-ar oi tiv.-
(,' . You say the
wagon and joine.
von recogiii '..- uiv .
man came from the
ll'H group J Can
f the h fen. hints as
A. Yes that is the man pointing at
Spies. 1 : When Spie- wais pointed out he
displayed great and palpable agitation.;
J. Do you recognize any of the re
maining defendants a- composing any
part of that group'"
A. Yesi that man tliei.- was one of
the group. Witness pointed out de
This testimony blcyving that of
Thompson yesterday occasioned the
moet profound sensation in the court
The y uiiess oi. er,,ss examination said
that prior to coming to Chicago he
lived at lies Moines. Iowa. lie came
here in lsfj.
foster desired to know everything
about the history of the man w ho had
given such frightful testimony against
his clients. He asked witness when lie
learned that a reward had been ulTered
for conviction in this case." lie replied
that he was not aware that any reward
had been olIY'red. Witness explained
satisfactorily as to his whereabouts.. He
did not appear at the coroner's inquest,
but did report the fact- to the police a
feyv days after the tradegy. after hav
ing told some of his friends. He went
to the Hay market to 1. .ok for a friend
who had gone there. IL did not note
particularly what Fiel.ien yy as saying.
In conclusion. Foster asked: And you
say it was Spie- wh.- left the wagon '"
Ansyy.r- 1 do.
Gen Gordon Gets the Nomination.
A T ! . N T a . July is. The State Demo
cratic convention met today. Judge
Iiingham. of Stroup county, was elected
permanent president. The inaj rity
rule was adopted, (i. n. John P. (lor-d-.n
ieceived vote- ..ut of f'.r the
nomination for 1 1 .v.-rn. r. It yv.-ts moved
to make the nomination unanimous,
which w as lost by one vote. The old
Stfite house olhcers yver- nominated for
their respective positions. After, I reso
lution ..f fealty to the Democratic party
and the endorsement of President Cleve
land, the cor. v.-ra K.n ad.iourn.-d sine d ie.
CaiMe A:V- ted Wn.h Texas i'e ve
st P e a. Ma.ia. 'aiy '.-?. -A Poz
miiii, Moiaau a -pecial -a s' Texas fever
has broken out among a lot of graded
cattle br. light here by J. F. Curtm
from Kansas City. Already twenty
one hay e d led and many more deaths
are expected. The her 1 has been ouar
antined. Stock neai oar the disease
will spread . a- a d r, .ve . c o ... la-ad of
c.cale iem yyheh tin- Im brought the
fever ..: M . .se; n V.i! lev . Iowa, ar-- n-av
Railway Ran. .
.; . . i.-.iv . -, iiiiiii:-..-.' yy a- a; p. a.;.-.
by tic- le-haer. 1 ,V 1 . ,:. v ill- railr ..i l to
c .nfer w ith a similar , oininittee of the
.l.r.-oi. r- oi t'ae N. i'. railroad. P. is
said that i matter p. ! en-, l.r- 1 yy as
j-.il -xt. men . f ti..- lea.-.- . f ll.e
N f. K. t lie it. li. ,V 1 .
1 ; 1 1 . i . ; - i "i-e . x l res in ab- -u t
-ovleei. a - ll ;- tb.iic'l t that the
1; , P migiit .1. sr-- V" le.-i-e the At
lantic a N -HI, eueima ranroa-i with
it. t ,e e an i i ,a- i - t tak - i i n . K-linn.
,, ,.... i ' I. Sc. tt i ol A P.-lr.-w s
:..! i '. 1 11 1: '.y .-ia. - -ver the A A. N i '.
l; l: -. -t.'i-.biy . There i.- e i.i.-utly a
lesae to g, t a longer e a-.- ..: lie- N I '.
A T- ret 1 MataV-
1. '1. .7 Mr-..' 'i.li. 11
w ., 1 : : a I a e : I v -: a -: lev -t.-r-
i iv i run i" ) r i ! cham'tn-r for a
a-.. - c'!.. 1 -, w r. Si,. - ha-'a t v grasi.e.l
ll.. vv i i g I., til " an 1 i . i al 1 v - i i n k led
i.e ice I: .- a ! - ' . a id I vv a li u 1-
pMneei e. lie -. - l-i .'I.-!,', :s-st-
o.-e i i i 1 e - c. - I a '. 1 .or
. v ... . j .: ". e :'' '.-r-
N a 'l'..v 1
;.g. -i r. 1
a -,- i . -
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! -, a e.,1
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:.- -! I-
ii a . n
,-i a !. VV
.v. i. ii. r.i i.
. e -vv
. , l eek C
with 1 1
. ie a. r- ealy
' -i n a: rat : ! i to
A n e 1 i 'a. 1 i e I . ,-,-. i, ..i.e., , e i v i ng el, . 1 ' . : 1 v i.o ! em 1 . t i-M v , in v y . a r
t, . ;i!i:iic. 1 T the -1 . .; in, ia of the l, :u-.ir -. a iiae - a... a w a.- nr.e
gyp-i. - t.. N o e ., v e A nt w , i p p. ic i
The Mexican Tronhh-
i lc- latest Ii.-Ws from Mexico i- ;h;U
the Mexicans are fortifying 1'aso del
Norte. Americans who venture there
are searched for weapons. Jb-re troops
have enter.. ! tic place. The feeling
among the Mexican mass. is very bit
ter against American. They are .itiite
defiant and .-ay it will be an easy matter
tor th.-n country to whip the United
States. They have somehow brought
themselves to bulievu that the tiring of
the first gun would be a. Mgnal for the
Southern States to come to their assist
ance to revenge themselves upon the
Northern States for the disastrous out
come of the great civil war. They
likewise feel convinced that England
would at once take their part and block
ade the Atlantic and the gulf ports of
he I'nitod States. Senor Asrapor. the
Mexican consul at El Paso, says that
unless one country or the other backs
down war cannot bo averted, and he
adujs: "Mexico will never comply with
the demand that has peen made. If it
comes to that you may be sure Mexico
will accept warlirst." Senor Escapor
is pretty apt to speak by authority, for
is known, to have heretofore re-
ilected the sentiments of his govern
ment. The Mexican press is intensely
latriotic and beligerent, and wants the
government to listen to no negotiations
whatever. The Mexican paper pub
lished at 1'aso del Norte, says: "Do'
you Americans believe that because I
you belong to a populous uu:
tion you will cause our weaker
nation to vasodilate? You think so' Do
you think by noise and hurrahs you can
scare our authorities.- Never believe it: '
never let it enter your minds. You can
never impose upon the sons of a warlike
and valiant nation. "
The State department hits information .
so its otticials say, concerning the re
lease of Cutting, and has no information
whatever as to when the release can be
eiK'cted. It is said that lie may have
been released, but if so the representa
tives of thel'mted States in Alex ico have
not sent any particulars to Washington
Harbor Island Light.
ben. Kansorn secured his amendment
to the sundry civil bill appropriating
fsO.UUO for restoring the lighthouse on
Harbor Island bar. between Pamlico
and Core sounds. Hut the waggish Joe
Plackbtirn played a practical joke on
our dignilied Senator. n the viva
voce voto nearly everybody voted with
thelleneral. for he has -winning ways
on the subject of appropriation. Hut
Iilackburn had gone around and told
many of the Senators to vote on the yea
and nay call, which it was ex
pected Aliison w ould demand against
Hansom, and then at the last moment to
change their votes. When Berry's
name was i cached, after several votes
had gone adverse. Gen, Ransom went to
the Arkansan and said: ' (iood .
Berry, what does this moan?" He was
mildly supiirtod by Butler's yea. but j
Hampton and nearly all the others
voted nay. lie was almost disconso-
late and rallied his friends from the i
cloakroom. All did not avail- The'
voto was about to be announced and lie
was absut to bo beaten badly for the
First time in a long Senatorial career. It
was agonizing. Suddenly there was a
votechnuged, then another, and still'
another, until all had changed in favor, !
and the Hartior Island lighthouse was
sived . W'nsii . ( 'nr. Cliuriolt'- OWrnr.
A Lost Sailor
Somc misgiving is felt in police tjuar
ters here in regard to n sick sailor ivlio
came to this city from New Berne last1
week e,i ro?fc for the marine hospital
at Wilmington. His traveling bag :
with all his papers, of transportation,
etc.. in it. was found yesterday below i
the city cemetery, and it is feared that ;
he may have, wandered off there in a
fever of delirium unobserved, and on
to the river woods beyond, where prob
ably something fatal has befallen him.
The police have searched the fields be
yond the cemetery, but thus far no in- (
1 telligenco of the unfortunate man has
1 been obtained. His nanre was Gustaye
Ling. OjeFsho ,, . i jiis.
They Must be True to the Sultan.
Con-tantixm.,! . July --tV Tin? Porte
has issued a circular to the Governors 1
of the various provinces instructing
them to enforce the law which stipulates '
that tho naturalization of Turkish sub
jects abroad shall not be recognized.
The Governors are requested, in the
event of tho return to Turkey of the
class referred to, to continue to treat .
them as Turkish subjects, and not per- ,
ut consular intervention in their cases. '
The issuance of the circular at ibis
time is mainly directed against the
numerous Armenians returning from i
the Fnited States unnaturalized citizens
of that country. The American Con
sulate has referred the matter to Wash
ington. Ihiniel, the Summer Scout.
M -i iixcT' e . July 2-7. C'oi. I .anient
has gone to his home in New York for a
few days" rest. It i.s said that he ill
while he is away arrange for the Presi
dent's summer vacation. Mr. Cleve
land intends to h-ave Washington very
soon after Congress adjourns, and will
then go to the Adirondacks. v here he
intends to remain from four to six
w eeks. lie will stop at the same place
where he spent a month last summer.
1 He w ill be accompanied by Mrs. Cleve
land, an 1 it i-expected that Mrs. Cleve
land's. inotltLi and some of their rela
tives will lo with them during th.ir
A Si a Captain Shoots Thru - '. His
IhM,. -H. July ','e The wife of . 'apt.
liugene Churchill of FamoiHO has re
ceived a letter from her husband, who
i- the liia.-t.-r of a fishing vesel on the
Newfoundland Funks, in which he says
thai there ha- been a mutiny on bonrd
'.'apt. Angus Nicholson's vessel. The
1 'a tain -h, a one of his crew dead and
wounded two others. No further par
ticulars can be learned 11 V 1 : ! 1 1 e ve-s.-l
returns from the Banks.
st . 1 . -1 1 . July g't - .ia.lg. ..!v-.C:it.
J.,'. M.-G.rr .d Pistiet A--,inbly '.''1
. f t o Knights ,.f Labor has b.-en nom
inal, d -e com. st the engross di-tiict
yy Inch the 1 Ion. John M. Gl.o ei now
represent-. Their ar- seventeen
Knight:- . 1 I. -ih. a a-senibies ,i; the ,ns
tret. lie C"."-j members ,.f w!,..-ii hava
pledged themselves p, Vote 1 V I' the
Judge Advocate. The topi! number of
v,.t.-r- m the district is about '-t en.,.
Resee-d 'ay Friends
-,,.!.. r.K. O. ' '.. July v.:. Joi.ii
'. a ! a . 1 1 . a w h ic man vv le w a- i , . I ,a ve
!e. n icinged at Wilke.-boro the "th
ln-t . . f or an , Mitraca upon the person of
la- own daughter, w a- rescued by a
mul .. f 1 1 ieie Is. v I, , raided the j '1 i I al
tint piu.-e Moici.iy iiioriung andveaj-
spirn,.,! a a v . 11.- w in-real,, el - are
u nkn.c.vn. I'll l.vet; w a- two.- re
spite. 1 . i.Ut t '
lor lie- . 'lie
it:. :i w-i- set nr-iilv
Max.:.. s' Body V .:. :
N ,.: e K. v., . July . . i Lev ol
v , .11 r g Maxim. -w. who .li.-ipp.-ai-e.) u
u r lav . was f-.un. I p.. lav .niinc down
th.- r:v. r in an erec i..-it n -a aii a
!..rg-- - I' 'lie lied P ' olle 1 : 1 . c: -'
f i a -a ; lr a uiiia.,.-u i
- : ' . . a e. - -ii:-.
i -; - '.'-.roue
v . -1 delay.,
a aoh la:--- ai
i , . .
Iw-i-.l -. Yea: : AG
1 - ..
1 - .. J-.iv , - Tv . nt v .-ar--ago
; i on --lie- s, , i4S
A I h, let, the famous pi .iiist. is dan-g-.
John Rusk in th. gnat Fnglish
author i: ouite ill.
A hitter war feeling prev nid through
out NY lahern Texas.
Germany is the least illiterate of any
country in the world.
Pleur.i pneumonia is spreading among
the cattle in a number of the Northern
At the riot in Amsterdam. Holland,
twenty persons were killed and eighty
A movement is un foot in Maryland
to hold a reunion of all the Jonesfs
in that State.
The Mar.juis of Salisbury has been
appointed the new Prime Minister by
A big socialistic conspiracy has been
unearthed at Warsaw, the capital of
The Spanish Chamber of Deputies has
adopted a resolution to free the balance
of the slaves in Cuba.
A double force of police have been
placed at the Brooklyn bridge to pro
vent imitation of Brodie.
Michael Davitt will arrive at New
York this week to make a lecturing
tour of the Cnited States.
Many of the wealthy property owners
in New York City are bitterly fighting
the proposed Broadway arcade.
Stringont elTorts are being made in
some of the large citios to suppress in
decent advertisements in cigar store
Col. McClure. of the Philadelphia
Times, says that he thinks the illustrated
feature of jouralisiu will not last. It
ought not to.
A late census report of Paris shows
that there has been a decrease in the
population of over 100,000 within the
last four years.
A passenger has been lost from one
of the Cunard steamships. This is the
lirst instance of the loss of life by this
magnificent and long-established line.
Large droves of bears have made
their appearance in northern New
foundland. They were driven south by
the unusual severity of the weather.
Mr. J. Beaver Webb, the designer of
the !!ntia. has arrived from England
hy steamer, but the cutter is yet out.
lie expresses bo fear of her danger.
A Japanese Prince has arrived upon
our shores. At present he is at Wash
ington, the guest of the Japanose Minis
ter. Before leaving there he will be
presented to the President.
All of the Fnglish steamship compa
nies have refused to transport any more
( treek gypsies to America. A band of
them were recently landed at New
York, but they were immediately re
shipped. There are other places besides North
Carolina where people sometimes live
to be over a hundred years old. The
latest instance is that of Wm. Scott,
colored, who has just died in Baltimore
at the remarkably old age of IV! years,
so said .
The plana submitted by the board ap
pointed by Secretary Whitney last
March for the building of fast war ships
for our navy have been approved. Ad
vertising bids for their construction
will at once be let.
Prince Bismarck, the great German
statesman, has sent his photograph,
bearing his autograph, to President
Cleveland. The face of this man of
blood and iron can not be called hand
some, but a more commanding appear
ance is rarely seen. He stands six feet
and four inches.
The Ohio Logislalure has provided
for the establishment of an industrial
school for the blind in that State. It is
not to take tho place of the asylum in
which blind children are instructed in
the ordinary studies of education, but
is designed to instruct them in the me
chanical industries that will enable
them to earn their own living.
A Texas judge has decided that when
one man in that State approaches an
other with his hands in his pockets it is
an invitation to shoot. This is some
thing like the Virginia judge who once
decided that calling a man a liar was
equivalent to knocking him down, and
he could thereafter govern himself ac
cordingly. The extreme cold weather now being
experienced by the inhabitants of Labra
dor and Northern New Foundland is
unprecedented. Report says that 3,500
of the l"..oOu population in Labrador
have dud from starvation, and that all
the ice has not yet broken up. It is
verv remarkable when it is considered
that 1)1 is locality is in the same latitude
as Northern lireat Britain.
The rumor of the doath of Emperor
William has no foundation. Though
in his ninetieth year, this wise and
grand old man remains hale and vig
orous and he has the wishes of nearly
every nation upon the globe that his
necessarily few declining years may be
those of joy and happiness. L'nder his
guidance Germany had made probably
iioi, advancement and progress than
under any preceding ruler, until today,
it not superior, it ranks with the fore
in,.-! nations 0i the world.
(In tie- night of the 'glth day of July,
as tie beautiful beaming moon threw
out iis ras in rich effulgence, the spirit
.,f Mrs. It. 1'. Sutton, jr. . took us Might
to lie- Iteautlful r.ev'.nd
i .mid the she 1 1 of the physicians, the
agony of husband and parents, or their
iinvv eai n d watelnngs and devoted care
have availed, -he would not have died,
but alas! Ivpho -malaria and congestion
,,f the brain stamped the signet of death
.,n her brew and churned her as their
-. id nil
Ihe de.-eas, d vv a. thirty-three, years
f age an. ! leaves a fond husband and
tw o eiiali children, with a host ..f rcla-ti.e-
and friends, to mourn her depart
i.r. she v. n- a good mother, a devoted
wife an I adutilul daughter, k ind and
generous, possessing ai an eminent dts
i: ret- all those .p.iabtier. of mind and
lean which distinguish n good woman
and .lev out bhrir-tian.
V. III.- ..ll sadly 11. ir- V.ili pleCl 'll-
. -n - veir n.-e happy home is now for
loin and desolate lis brighiel and
-weete-t l:glc. i- eMinguished . ii"
r. vv it 1 a r. -onnd w ith the echo , ,f
..'.irbu-v f... I -l.-ps. and the heaitsof
your ,1,-ar ones are cru-hed and broken,
i n, angiii.-h of your psnei.is l- iinutter
il.l.' wle-n liny think then cheiished
darlmg leHlii gon. from ihiic, m this
w , i 1,1 !'- c ,-v e 1 et am, 1 iheii grief
,-..lle-.a v hi-; er. telling ot ihehlissllll
e'e, of thy beaut, oil- home, of the
gold, :, harps :1..w wak -.l P- heavenly
ma a. i v lie -. ft loud, of thy gentle
in.-.i lip' Pare ihe hearts .! ihy sad.
-trie ken on. - ir..u, tins weld.
I'. 1 1 iso; w itli i 'lir i-t at la.it they '11 be
1 '.:i:i;ii all , berubs w ith l 'rod and thee. "
1 , ..1-..H..I N i-. July V ".. '.ssf..
Bellevue High School,
BKDPORD CO, VIRGIlIi,'
, Tbe Annual SestiOB Oftulnlm
i ber 15 tli, 1888.
Km I'ataloeue or Special Information, ap
; ply to W. II. ABBOT, Prim.
.julU clw-Jiu BllcT-n P. O., V,
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WM"lirw" Liver liuMUve, ortha
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Hick Headache an4 Ojra.
boirela ana ai
those of feebl dlaeaUon
to enjoy ttialr food. It -reduces
the Blood, la lnvajoatele
ln Files and '-"-fir
tory Dleeaeoa, aud to a
AKD gsnt. It anon id be
round In every hones-
lured .only by TARS ART & - CO., New
York. . jnnldwlaa
NEWTON, I, C. ' -vc
Next session will begin A a rust 2d. U
Fine IluildinsB, Libraries, Apparatus, Ae.
Board and Tuition Moderate. Worthy per
sons of limited means assisted. Pure watei
and health unsurpassed. Apply at once.
Catalogue free. . . ,
J. A. FOIL, Secretary.
"JJNIVKKSITY OF VIKGINIA.-.
Full course of instruction lo medicine, " The
.ewlon begins October 1st and eontlanea
nine months. For catalogue apply to th
Secretary of the Faculty.
JJ. University of yirginii, Fl
L8Jng lnaS0aJ?00 newspapers sent
Sp?uce St ""y P- ROWU'
Is Cost ot Mannfactmrlne; AC Ael vevMataa;. '
Pamphlet vrttK Hew Price IAat scsit ftse '
by BCHNHiH BROSTcrk, P.
eared at borne with
Of thm horir mlnnMl
lam Bent .wind fww.KRIB
Williams' Fast Preight :
STEAMER ELM' OITY,
Barge Jennie Reed in Tow,
Will make Regular Tripe to Philadel
phia and return every TWO WEEKS,
touching at Baltimore and Norfolk on.
Special rates given on Beavy
freights from Baltimore and
J. V. WILLIAMS,
NEUSE H TRENT RIVER
Steamboat Company ,
Will run tbe following Schedule on and after
September 'Itli, 1S85
Will leave New Heine for Trenton every
Wednesday at ti a. m.. and Friday after the
arrival ol the steamer Bhen&ndoab; retnrn--lng,
will leave Trenton every Thursday andi
sauir.tnv. tnurhlug at all points along the,
(m and arter June 29th, 1885, the Steamer
Kinston will leave Kinston for New Bern
every Monday and Thursday at t o'eiook a.m.;'
returning, will leave New lierae every Tues
day and Friday, stopping at Jolly Old Field
and touching at aU landings on Nense rlTer.
Close con neetlon made with steamer Shea
andoali of the Old Dominion Steamship Gov
JOHN H. FELL, at NewberB.
w. K. Stanly, Kins ton
ic 8. Barrus, PoUokarlUe.
1 T. WILSON, Agent at Trenton,
J. 1'. QnixKRLY, Jolly Old Field.
J. II. Banks, Quaker Bridge.
J. M. WHrTE.Uen'lManat-er.
ebTdAw Kinston. N.O
NEW BEBKE, BEAUFORT & OHSWW UIB
Lower Nease River Route.
SI1MI-W KKKLT SERVICE.
Kn-elit nmi I'sissenger communication tor
tile loiloviint; poiDts of destination, MON
DAYS ami TH I' K811', returning TUBS
DA V S an. I KK1 1A VS :
siiix-unil) s Creek Uroatau and HavelockX.
Halr.l h I'reek.
clubf.Hiit Creek lllarlowo),
Diimmiu'k OeeS . Mnrlln'K Wharf),
Allan. s l ief k i'l'lgersvllle).
Si.c.l h s Creek - Fork J,
HcHiif.u t and Morehead City.
V il.lvi.Kid an. I Newiu.rt,
san.ieis' Store, iswansboro and Barker's
Ana oilier points on ltogue Sound and
W illie U:lK lliver.
Hi. side-wliet'l steamer CLKOPATBA,
('nit 1 . v. W an-en, now running an eatab
lisheit mule on the lower Neuee, touching
all av fohibl.' iMilnla. makes regular connec
tion e H.-na Mill throunti tl. New Berne
anil I ..Kiiloi I Ciuial. for lleaufort and More
head i ity, ami points en Newport Klver,
Ij, ,tiif Seiiu.l i. ml S hilo ak Klver.
lull lower than 1.. any other line, and
,roiti.t delivery guaranteed lo all points of
K i-t ip; I . is rec.-lv.-a riiiI delivered at the
.lul l; iiml uiiii hniiBr nf t he Neuse and Trent
no , i La.,-.
lei luiihel pari l.-ulaiK nppl- to
.ISO. H. BELL,
WM A liKAKSi Freight Agent.
M .tints! us AKi-nt. junlUdw
J. L. HARTSFIELD,
BOOKS and STATIONERY
School Hook s and School Supplies
C ; o ii lootlonerlesi,
ujr. (Xyurs, Toys, Glassware,
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MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY
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moral and progressive town.
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