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IXDEPKXDENT 1 1ST VT.X. TillGS.
Terms $2.00 Pear tr:r
NEW BKRXK, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, OCTOBER LN LSSii.
5s I Mi
t3 W&A H
1 ,500 Bundles of Delta
IHook Cotton Ties.
a fl S
1 Bales of
uowoq t SPA 000'09
kl , t tt
. ODens the Fall Season of 1886 with
FheTinest Stock of Clothing
Ever Exhibited in any Gne Store
:iaiid";Tespectfully invites the inspection
XVTfce 'laments are made of the newest
; .kat faeat Corkacrews in all colors and
&y:tKn(i are Unsurpassed
?"V-.V. OatSSkyique Block Diagonal i - somethicfr new and adiuir?d
- T 'li!JBULlS kaT a nMt oompletc and varied aaaortment, running the
Yunnan fcloek in itiff looda and the latest desipnj in soft hats
kU-J0tif St6k Of KECXWKAE. eonUma
'.. , I' Irojdered iarge Teck'' in eTeninz shades
-1 , latMi aad varr haadoe mod eenteel.
.Tk. fnir Uim of GENTS' UNDERWEAR, -hi:
y. abiped, at Terj low figure.
' 'r'bnrCXKEI.,S HATS UNDERSUITS arc pteial t arji
- 4" V. ticatarlr well adapted for our climate.
: SLBi' Stock of LADIES AKD GENTS' SHOES a: u. rr-.e
. V OlJC5linilea4 tfKMrit; JrriiA:; Caiin Shoe in Ba!-. an 1 C .inrees
V- - T"0( U bestin k eotmtry aad fully worth ')(); u guarantee :m-,n
:' " with ry pr,y
' ' 4AtatrsrdiiiaTT Wjre rtoek of Cal'skin, rrench K:p acd :.o.e t.-ck
. Jetsj that. will be sold at aatonLshing low figures.
' Oa wOpcn Boot,w ineat Freeh Calfskin with Morocco Ii,:. Wardwel;
. - IfajulM taild sewed, is just the thing in gentlemen's dn-ss bor
f.r -V'7,Ab,'a fall line of Dress Goods, Domestics, Shawls. Umbrellas
; Jt"?r-fA Specialty Made of Boys' and Youth's Clothing.
. ' .. "'QmFriea are in aeeordance with the Times, and whilst we .-an s-: -,h.
r ' irt ftatidieos, have aluo catered in our soleetion to tlw?e of vrry i
FbT tie fall worth of Tour money
Stock eall at
; GE0EGE ASH'S.
Middle street. nexC to L. H. ('::! r'
. fyIha-ve no coBnection with any other store.
At ibeir TV0 Stores, Queen St., Kinston, N. G.,
''' : HAVE JUST ITRCHASEP AND GOT IN STOltK TIIF.
Best and Cheapest Stock of Goods Ever
Brought to this Market.
Directed only by th" law .if .: .: :''. ' i t" r a-' ::
wa offer you
" Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. Cloth
ing, White Goods, Hardware, Glassware, Tin and
Qneeniwarc, Trunks, Valises. Coffee, Suiiar.
Flour. Poik, Side Meat. Syrup,
Molasses. Tobacco and Snuff.
AT WHOLKSALM A N 1 WKTAIK.
Yon receive a dollar m r-:a. -. a . ::'. ry .. xr - '- - 'ir
' tit measure, dollar f r l '.Lr. a- T ':' .r . :-; ;. -' : -.
Come and See and Save 1 mir A1ik ,
KiJMtoa, N'. C , S. p. "J", is-,.
Has returned from Xl'.v York, .v.:,: : ::u'.v :
Nobby Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Shawls and Blankets,
Ladies' Walking? Jackets.
Pants Cloths, Etc. Etc.
1 AM ! - - . v .
Bol's 1-Ai.r -fcvi r : j..vo -
old In ht . -' . . . A
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des-gn. .a l'."!
a:. J Cv-
in Fit and Make-up.
yje litest nortltu.-. Uur em
and dark c ! r- ire the rrry
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Boots and Shoes,
Utcct Strl:: Hi: ar-d ::::t;-;-.
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S: in in. tis w ; !
nut; mmoritv. Mr.
II tiring to his ;i;il anil
o a hiro number ot in
huuo.-t, l.iw abulintr.
State -loving Kopn bl U'.m
Th:-; i nut ilno to ili
t li at par ' . 1 ui t i n iu the
tht-v arv tin williiifj t o
.ii'tinii nf thf ciinvt-ntii'ii
prutlucoil ul'1i tlisurtlei
!ti alt to
l'uslun in th
,i m a o iiiiii
ir rank.-: euiiploil with
rtant re.i-son. that thev
bihevo Mr. Simiiiutis a jiuror. let
ter ami mm ii nioro cmisitont poll
t:e;a:i t ban cr !u-r i'f tho Kopublioan
ear.'i. dates, w hi' when elected oan
do tho people el tho district. I'o
ardlcs ol ra.o or party, much
more good anil render tar more
eiVieie:it service than either O' J Lira,
Abbott or both combined, which is
ver.'.y trne. M r. Simmons will very
-'it'll aildres.s tiio people of Hertio
and Northampton counties, notice
to that ertect having boon piven,
and your correspondent would urge
on tho people of theo two counties,
white and black. lemoorat and
Kennhlie.in . to fa nut nnd hoar
him: thev wnl h- weil paid, andean
deci.lo intelligently for themselves
as to the merits ot this honored
son of the second district.
W.irret: county is being aroused
Uur ntga.. atioii has ln-eii com
I'ieted bv nominating Mai. Kohert
ANton ai.. c'apt. .1. V I. each for
the lion.-. . with Col. . U.S.
l'oirgwwi. oi Vance, for the senate,
and with such a ticket . and such
men as Simmons and lhiuu as our
standard bearers for Congress and
solicitor, the Democrat will poll a
larger vote than they have for years. Thk lib". Conte"TI' n cV
I'.tornal vigilance, with active, Noktiif.rn-iioES Citizens i i- N.
vigorous and constant work, has . ('. Tho citizens of Raleigh are
for its reward victory and success; , taking such steps as will cause the
then it is incumbent upon every I visiting Northern people to form a
voter in the district to strike his , favorable opinion of this city. What
tent of inactivity and indifference, are the other cities and towns do
and go to the field, and there work : ing? They ought to look to the
until the setting ot the sun on the ( main chance." They ought to take i
2d day ol November, the result of
which will be a glorious victory.
Any less, i
7 he J uilk ial Ticket. j
T' ' 1 UK. Vi-TKKS OK Ni'HTlI C.UM
K u.Einti, N". '.. et. I'.', lsii. ,
As propriety dee i not permit
candidates tor judicial oftiee in this i
State to plead for their election bv
speeches or writing. I beg to sav a
word in behalf of the Democratic !
candidates on our judicial ticket. I
(inr candidates tor Con. tos-. for
1 1, a i
.egi-laturo. for tin office of
or and our other canvassers
told you what Democracy has
lor the State and why its rule
bo continued that it li.i-.set-;ir
State debt: t hat it h is re
credit: that it has
:n:!cu'i' ot railways:
has g:fu iis holiest giivern
that it iias reduced our taxes:
iia- c:x -ii us good (H'hools.
iias given u peace at home
respectability abroad, etc..
These tacts are all true and
a sufficient reason why Demo
:o ofhrers m all .l.-par: nioiits
continue to serve r.s. Noth
is more important to any poo
than a pore, fearless and able
judiciary. Such a bench wi
have in North ( arolma am
voters of ; lit'
'ate must, see to it
ng ;s continued to
less to do in "i e t ban
:. am . s , " ,n; r r.unl:
supreme co;: r r . t he
v ens; . ute that
w : -
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M. ri :
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s ug can.
a i s
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1 in- ili-pni t mon t o t
m. i. If .1 Minorii ox In bit
;it A: 1. m
.it r..wtun. .it the St.to
i'f ni.iilf h
1 i- now In-
it the Litter
f r v li no t .
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put i'ii ,m 1
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i: iiio i- pc-.it ;. -ii . in
S'i.v tlu t ; n i w ,;i in-
. 1 1 1 1 1 lai 'i-r t li.in t iia: .
to br ,--aii n ci c n, r
f xlr.bitL'l .1
i-ro oiit t'
tin' o poi; ., 'Ii . but
N i-w ( )i loan.-. latf r.
A II soi t s oi in in orals, w oods, pr v ou s
stones, crude products of ail i on
eeivablo kind--. fruits. cereal-,
gr.isses, will bo 1 1 pre.-ei. ! ei 1 . It
will be an e jkis, ; 1. 'ii m i;.-e', l and
will boasouice of dehfTh: to tiie
visitors from tho North, -o manv oi
whom will be here.
A correpoudent of the ' if nui
Observer from Woldon iiiijuires
why the premiums offered b the
State fair association tor "rutiinug
races" ate so small. To this wo
reply that the aggregate amount of
premiums offered lor races at the
approaching State fair foots up to
$1,470, and this.is as largo a sum
as usual, and larger than the pre
miums offered by any ot the county
fairs to which relereiiee is made.
The total amount offered by the
Kooky Mount lair i -fl,. (.": by the
(ioldsboro fair, Tl.C-.'; and by the
Weidon fair of InM 74o. l'.ut the
correspondent is correct that the
premiums tor '-running" races are
small. They nre made so design
edly. Thre-o fourths ot the pre
miums go to the trotters. The ag
ricultural society recoguies the
trotting horse a-s the animal of
especial value, and its policy is to
encourage t-lio training of trotters
and the improvement of stork m
thisdirection. The American trot-
er " the horse combining at once
beauty, strength, activity and
"aelulness; and the premiums
offered by the State fair are prin
cipally appropriated to the develop
' meut of this most valuable class of
horses. It seems to be correct that
the State fair appropriates a smaller
proportion of its funds to "running
races rnan any ot the county fairs
in the State; to the trotters a much
larger proportion than any other.
Xi ics and Obstrvcr.
such action as will cause at least a
part of the Northern newspaper (
editors to visit their towns. They
ought to send up a delegation of
every Northern-born citizen in their
county and as many native born
and lot this joint committee urge
upon the newspaper men, and the
Northern prospectors to v;sit their
towns and counties. Hv all means
8ft vonr Northern-born citizens
every one of them to come to the
citv li""'iig the Fair for they can do
V0llr section much good. They can
U'll of their treatment by the im
tires , they will speak o
tago.s of our soi 1 and cl
is a chance for North
to work for themselves.
t he advan
Carol. in. ins
are eomiiiir, who and w hat seci
will got the greatest advantage is
yet to bo seen, but we can tell this
much in advance. The section
that h.us the greitc-: i. umber of
Northern-born residents at the con
vention atid fair w .'.i receive tiie
1 1 1 ' 1 g! eatcsft bctleti'.s.
Our Malt' Fair,
i t : :ii. iitrii : 'j:
Tio t r.u k f r the tr i
l r.u k f r it.
h rst'H was L'li . . t vi I - iilln'iiif-iii
plan. The plan drawn !y
K.DKimv-r of New York l'it . in.
direction of lien. Wilkt-s. 1',- j
of the New York Spin.' ,. the
The TnllowinK is an accural
tu n of the track :
I.custh of truck, s... y-ir :
m i M e , mi- 1 1 y .
e x iilana-
Width . f lr.; k
in tsr it-. ; - f . ; .
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Kr. m i :isi
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!- ij.r.i line' I. liril tin' rou.i ;; l i"
r ;. n -: r I ". ! y . r. ' : - 1 n i-es r 1 r. ' pi - . ; i . i -i:.f.
i. i.iiailv i:.. ..: I ih-ifit vi : t t !
mix- i up witii .r.i s. Th' ii.:.
ni-.r.t w:ir-- . ivc : w i:h iippr -i-.-tl nr. 1 n
-ti let : i t . - :n- 1 w.k.-.i f-r. u wu
7'. ' i ; ; 1 :: anv nn-mber of lh
r.i .1. :i . - : . i u u'. i Miirt !..) ' ' I ' -.
' I. '. i ' I . I. -. I' I'.TC.; .. . . il-
. 1 ,i . '. ; r ; . . . :' -: in : r tM, m 1.,
A 1 ! . . 3. "J I l . ' 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 -J
' . i r : . ihi o4h : In iii 1 1 u -
n.i'i.t.iiuy f it 1 ''-in octatic i; . trior,
t h ui w h.'itev.T pohtienl 4ti"'ii u a- taken
it wniih 1 be in the iii'.erWft of that party
:.i.d in c r.l.irniity I" the poll "' f 'nnu
l.ited !y I i.-iii" T:it conini i 1 1' cs and
N..V. TSi the fact : hen o'.iiili-ui i'e
e.iiiie an accom pi i.-he.i f act. w as formally
.ir. 1 ' 111 daily saiu'tionci by the 1'oir.' -ratio
party of (.'raven c Minty. it wa
d i-ciivi r.l that the Pr si ii r,t f ti..- A.
N. l'. It. It. and every oiTe.-ial of any
importance w ho expressed any opiniuu
"ii the subject, w-ere fount! in oppositi ;n
to the movement, and still wo'ee, com
bining and acting with the ultra mob
wintf of the Republican party for its de
feat. Tins is not mre conjecture:
henchmen of the Halm faction who
ordinarily cou! i not buy a ticket from
station t" station, became tiaily pa--peners
over the road : iu Tresi lent sud
denly became the fr.tpient asoeiate of
Hal.n and they mutually visited the
various hinging out places of the Hahn
cock u:ii he became an almost con
stant alii r.dent at anti -coalition meet-ink--.
l,e cn;p!- yed and sent an ollicial
siiii np.ir to ar.cehoro. accm
f ained !'v a biaiant lb publican denia
K ii-ne. ti,,. one t r- port, and the other
to oiTm.1 the speech of Jas. A. Ilryan.
I-i : 1'C at a rr.eetiD); at James City ad
dressed by Hon. C. C. Clark prcmpteJ
anti-couiitionists to pr pound iiuc.-ti'T.-f'T
answer thereby atter.iptin,- to alTcct
tiie harmony of the meeting, and .' . i-;..-r.v7..!i'.'y
i !vi.l mvratx t-j :..(
il:!-::..-t IJ OI. ' '. C Cl'Vk.
Now in view of this genllemau'r life
long political pred il iction? is not this
action the most unaccountable -when
attempted to be explained by any open
or above board argument or reason: is
it susceptible of explanation by au;
rule poverning honorable men. unless
they have an ulterior and underhand
seliish motive'.-' It ie not. and hence we
are forced to the conclusion that the
unh lv alliance between the railroad
an '. :':.!. n-.ost disreputable winp of the
it j -. a:-. ;iarty hides w itlr'n its rami
tica: ' - i scheme that bodes no good t"
the ; t 1 1 c r interests of Craven county :
it u .-louioious and unnatural an
alba:. t.. u even if there were not
grave .:..! important i-auea involved it
would aroiise suspicion but now. when
an. -oasionhas arisen an opportunity
oil : d for the partial redemption of
Cr. c. unty. when its wants ami
gr.i s may be suitably presented
and ':' lies demanded by its most
tal- :. 1 - his w hen in fact every good
man. and eepecially every Democrat
w ho ha.- i verything to gain and nothing
to lose is called upon to come manfully
forward and help the eood work along.
vc p.nd iliii. viiUcruan and Lio aso
ci.o.i s combining with the very worst
elements in the community and we are
forced to the conclusion that the motive
will not bear the light of day. It is a
striking illustration of the influences
that govern a man in public life: this
gentleman who in the ordinary affairs
of life is the peer of any honorable
gentleman, who would scorn to stoop to
a mean or dishonorable act. is yet. be
cause i- we are forced to conclude, of
his -!. m otion with a railroad ring is
rea i !' -la-p political hands with any
eleint i i that w ill aid in the defeat of
Hon. i' i . Clark and thus prevent a
mount - I. f obstruction from being
plant ! .: i:.3 way of the consumatiou
of mi i-'ir-s proposed for action in the
next ' ral Assembly. Il is a grievous
and ! oiicntable spectacle, win n such
person d influence and means aroused
in a m ci t.dary sense to again put upon
the i p'.e of the eountv the Green?.
11:: - - 11 -,!.:. s. I! movk.i I.
an ' : ot dirly th" deft at fl-u.li m.n
as t ' . . : :; . l.-ir.e. -:ini-";i and IIu: V. l-
lb i:. ti.at - ir.c railc i i scio me.
wh. . l. i.. iii-t wi uM 1 e roa
ki: ' n . u r pei j ie m the f'.ibir'. j
sil I. :. ,r !'.-r ti.at they might JU ige i '.
it- n : : ' -. l- l" t put through
V IK 1-V'l: l'o. ! I TI- N .
Mr. ( alio run - Kst i mate of ( 1 1 . land's
1 n an lie i-rview a; 1 1 ..; i is! uii g.
l'a . l'licsilay la.-l. the venerable
ox Senator. Simon Caim-roii, said:
"I h ivo ti" hesitation :n sa ;ng that
Mr. Cleveland has made a:: excel
lent Pre.-, b :i'. Ho has d"iir some
things, purely matters of admini
trat:e detail, atiollt which a few
people m his party are disposed to
grumble, bic ;t any Republican
thinks that that wf.l be an element
of weakness in the Democratic
par. in the next campaign he will
be 'Ai'.-m'.'.Y deceived. I know some
dug "I 'in' Democratic p.nty. 1
v, as in :' ainl ol it beftre on r grand
lb n'i:v'- in i ai ' was formctl. Mr.
i ii-l o. I w . . i"- i i :i "in : n a ; ot 1 li,'.
b"-i i l-i . uioi he v .Il bo a c.ttti!:-il.-.-c
'.. i. ui. .'. w ..I 1 eijli.t e eVi-n
I 1 1-, 11 ' . ..- I. i '' e I o tit Ie . s,..,.
null t t n 'c- o: w i '.I in a t .imn.iigii.
but tin- Vote do '.hi- electing. The
1 C II it'll .1 ' - 1 : 1 O I." -ei: t : im n ' .
l'i.cV bl ill', c .11 Vo'l s. All t ins pdk
anon' 1 1 : ; -e1 :i - in : m 1 n n .e: a ' :
p u' I ' t i.e c. -: i -er .100 I I'.V
. i :i i 1 1 1 1 : . ' - ' -' nothing In I .-'. : ;
e'..-t w I. ' I i a i li 'en i u i n w.i n ' an
oil. .- .ii..; . ;,: '. "in- c ni g. ' :-. W'.
ii ol ' -.line : : oiil.l,-. ;., ;..
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.' C ' " ' t'; .rillg del t oi the
a:, i . n .:.g ti.- !'- a-
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-: : g u:r.t u:i .r.s l'toin -n v, .. -:
n: ::. i.-agiae,- t!.:, p,..:... . :
Istlic (oiveir.ni" Kosponsihle .'
Kin :: .T i.Nai : In the .V. :-. en i
i ' ' f the fjth intant I notice an
ar;i r-. i- ri u::g to at: article previously
i aj'P'- .t in ' i-i ' ur i i per in reference to
: th" opp.,-:ti in of e Tt .ui public olficials
to th.- i ..ahti-'ti Ti !; : in 1 1; is county.
m wh: 'h ti in r '- the X.-.c and O:-
" ' : I- - ii. .: - i arc ---t kir.g to mix
G vi ;i. r is .;! up wnh cur county
s 1 :: i - - . I.o :- --" if G 'vernor ?ca!cs
has p ,n . .-..iinoctPd with the
op'-:!i n 'o ' ' n in this county.
Washington ! -r ... the gentleman to
w hose ,.j p...tti n r. I'eii nee was made,
is the Pre-: 'cni t f th'- . - Nr. i '. j:. i
' !):.! '. :i n"iroe ! :.- a I't ni 'rra; hv
G.-v. .-.-.!.-. I '. 1 ' !-. or -.1 h- governor of
tin- c- . M -. I'ryo; - - t.h.-ref re a
1 'e.-u ri ,;i ;, . t; i:.t .t '.y comit et-
1 w:v; G v.-.-,! s :t:: ', ,1 irt-ciiy 1 1 -
p t.-o ;,. ... ;, .- r ni ir.ageiiii r.t of
thi- iii 1 -1 1 - rop. rty. He was appoint
ed for th" ox pre--:- purpose of managing
the ro,i 1 upon biiraness principles and
elm. ir. c u.g it from p'litics. lint r. hat
is he .'..it g in his '.; capacity.' lie
is. as :- w. 11 known in this community,
using p. ' only l-i- personal influence,
w bicr. anicurtr. i- out. Iiltle. but 'lh
e.7c-(,.p po-itioti wliich he holds undur
( i'ov. S ales as Pivsi lent of the A. il N".
C. It. 1C ( otn p-iny . to defeat not the Re-
''i'-.' . i-irtr n of the C'oalition ticket
but the ';-, o-....ii:.. i0 publicly an
nou n-. t h it li" will expend every ef
fort and invest everv dollar that he can
control to defeat Hon. C. C. Clark, the
'. im.rr.it;.' itididate for the Slate Sen
ate. 1 am assured that (lor. Scales has
receive d information of this state of af
fairs ami vet it is permitted to continue.
Hov can it be expected that Gov. Scales
should not h connected with this or
ganized i Oc i..' opfosition lo the Dem-ocrati-
nominee for the State Senate in
tiiis county. When Washington Bryan
ceases t-i use his position as President of
the A. iV N". C. li. K. Company to defeat
the action of the liemoerats of Craven
cour.lv. thu people will be satisfied that
the Governor is not in sympathy with
the opposition, but until then no reason
able man can a-k that ti-.e Governor be
permitted to escape the responsibility
which the o,;,,-;,,':' action of his subor
dinate imposes on him.
i CM - HAT.
A :i r.i
I." . - i !i
K; .r : Ibi' i
issue of the ; pp. ii. -t . "-. , r :;.- name . f
P. M. I'ears ail. a stal.-m- lit setting forth
that he , I'earsall liad I o a informt i
that I stated in IVaue r; l hal he favored
me for the Senate. I n.u-t. in justice to
the people who wer- pr, --r.t at the dis
cussion in I'caufort. s..y that I do not
think Mr. Pear-.dl r-'fi ived any such
information. If any one did so misrep
resent me. he certainly partakes largely
of that quality of the gentleman from
Jones, addicted to having very Iittl re
gard for truth, as no such statement
was made or thought -f by me.
Yours, etc. .
J. N. Yh;::-"i::..
Fe-auf -rt. Get. isih. Is-it.
New I!i me J. u i.N il. co v and send
bill to J. N. Whnford.
The St: ike Practically Ended.
Chp A',-'. Oct. lv. Tlare is no change
in tiie situation in the packing house
district this morning. The armed
guard now consi-ts of f.uO men. The
Armour firm now ha- siiQ men at work,
and began slaughtering cattle this
morning in a small way. but has not
yet attempted to commence operations
in us pork-packing brand:, and does
not expect to do so today.
I. Tlli:. The great strike at the stock
yards is practically i-e:t!ed. Delegate
Barry, of the Knights of Labor, has just
stated today lo a reporter that he would
have an interview -with the packers
this afternoon and that he would tell
them that the men were prepared to
work ten hours a day, as demanded by
the packers. He should use every en
deavor to have the packers discharge
all non-union men they had brought in.
but he would not keep the men out, he
said, even if the packers refused to
grant this. Armour ii Co. said they
would no: discharge any of the men
they have brought in. and that as far as
thev are concerned they feel almost in
dependent of the striktrs. They killed
ii'o cattle yesterday w ith their new
men and ixpe-t to kill six hunlred
Cnn o . ( ).-t. 1-.- The strike of the
packing ho'i-c workni'-n was formally
ei.ded i:.:, t veiling. The strikt rs ha i a
ma m ::i,g ah :.: n "'elo.-!:. at which
I'.-t Weel; t - ' '"I ail 1 I I ' ' '', '.'it J I ' I t .
Tie- ii p .-it; i. : return 1 w : 1: t ::
ti.,- ;. .ur : .-. v. .- . arri i :.l::: s
. a r
. k -. : : :: n . n w t re
p i .v in car- f:
w a v
so .ek y ar i- I i.-- wire:.- ted an 1 st -nt-d
by a ' r.i-.cl ..; -:::!. r- roar i ', rtietli
sire. I. ' '..l -"I" t:. .-ir.. m t xasp--ratio n .
finally ur-.-u 1, - Wo, !,-,t-r r: - into a
e r w a i : . r ..i.: g h t! .- ,r w : n i w . ir.'-r-tally
w..u:. i.:.g 1 1 nun- P .gb y. a wc-Il-t"-.l"
t- :i::i-t-. r. At: ::.-r train load of
I'liiki rt- n n.- n i.l st.-. rt fri m the
yar Is this af:.-r:. "ii an. 1 seiuou- tr.-ui le
is feared as the oriuds are I'uruus ai
the shooting and v.c.v vi ngeancc. It is
said that a large number "f striker- are
dissatisfied at in." er jVrof ti." exe.utive
cDinniiiii'i- iing th--m h e-k t- w..rk
and are holding s. cr--: no.
cuss the .-itua::- r..
rd w as mime 1 i. -.tely
L'b.it'iig" iiiiti: n:;-. -. an i n:
val of the t -.,;: - .- r-- th-- '
P;nk'-rl"i: m n. t . -g. : r
forty n u-uiu li w rktr.'-i:
a 1 i on lie- : nr. u . w. r -
u an 1
I v a
The North (.'aroliua Kxperinient Sta
tion ami Slate Weather Service.
Rauiuo-h. Sept. fj. I'-'l
Mi: Wc take the liberty of app! i:.g
to you for assistance in establishing a
weather obs-. r ing and signal station
in connection with our State vveathor
service at our ) lace. For the v -'.kings
an ! 1 ts-effis of such ; servl -e. - ,. a-'l:
you to rtf-.-r t - ihe .-iccompany in rj paper.
If we are to give yciir community
tho immediate benelils of the sy-tein
there are two duties wha-h will have to
he p f run ,1 there.
". :. V.'e will want a reliable ami i.--ruia'o
ly .-.-ucated man or -woman there
wh v..!: take charge r f the mtru-:ie-
nis the i iuop.h t'-rs ar.-i r-. ,::-ga,: g-
and report the : .j.it- t t;.- :. :.,- :.:;:.
It must leu i i rs n wh.- ; - --i it t
stick and v il' ! .- r-ii!:!'- : '
person i- r:'i- n tl.t v. -!;;:' '-. v -i
natc-.i t i r. '.-i-. e tic .'.aily : a a. m.
weather indications and warnings, and
to pui up 11.- -;--::al iln,.. Tl.: tc rois.
displayman. ii convenient, tb" :'rt
person may do this.
This is a purely volunteer ruu-rpii-o
and we have no funds to expend f r in
We will supply instructions, blank
forms, and f-tationery franked en
velopes to mail reports to us. an i w .
will secure the instruments ami in-.--for
you at cost.
But we will only be able to exurnl
the benefits of this system to your com
munity, in case you can get the services
of the above persons and can raise the
sum of 62a to be expended for instru
ments and flags to be used and kept at
your jdace. Sometimes the observers
prefer to own their own instruments
costing about 817. Often the money
necessary iJ provided by the town or
raised by private subscription. In some
cases the money is raised at a public
meeting called for the purpose.
If you can provide these things, v. -are
prepared to telegraph you. free of
cost, the daily weather indications in
cluding the "Farmers' Itulletins." fi
and storm warnings.
We urge you to call attention to th i
matter and let u? hear promptly w inn
you car. do.
'::. W. ! . : y . I". In.
A. II. Whitcomb had th- ' no-: or : :: ..
to lose his herse Tue.-day night : disT.-'
Schooner Flora. Knapp mar let. is ai
A. LI. Whitcomb "s mill leading iumht.-r
for Philadelphia, and will s:io ,, -.t .
We are about as dry as i.. ticsinaLic.
To be nearly live weeks without rain,
never was a better time to house crop",
and the farmers art? taking advantage
of the fact.
Martin G ibbs, the young man w !.. . wa.
so seriously- wounded, teems to haNo
quite a hard time: tirst better and tb.t-n
worse. I understand he is now- suffer
ing with erysipelas, yet there i ron g
grounds for his recovery.
The county is being canvas-,..,: by ihe
regular and irregular a-nirants f .r
office. It is rather singular how- ;in u
and time change. The lb. publicans
seem to have surrendered to tiie inevit
able have no candidates in the contest.
So the fight is entirely with tiie regs and
irregs. The speaking was billed for this
place for the 20th, and besides our
county aspirants. Charley Warren, r r
of the nominee? for the State Senate for
this district, Jno. Small and Geo. H.
Brown, Esq.. of Washington, were to
be on hand to cheer and encourage the
Democrats from their lethargy, and if
possible get them to the polls on elec
Washington, Oct. 20. It is under
stood that several national hanks have
signified their purpose to enter into
voluntary liquidation and reorganize
under State law. The reason for such
course is tho difficulty of replacing
their called bonds with others on ac
count of the high premium. A with
drawal from the national banking sys
tem involves the surrender of circula
tion, but the bank? which have c m." to
this conclusion are of the ojiini- n that
the profits of circulation are not -uh;-cient
to compensate for the he-' v pre
mium on bonds. It h -b.--:. -cgci .n u
to the i:a::ji:a! Cr'.s th .; ri,.-whit-h
ri:.-. :::- b' :. - n u' - :.
the sub 'cot v.u u! ! r.-ca t v-.-i::. 'V.-:b:'.
tion i t th- ': re... try !.) pa: ::n '
but the stiggLSt.ci: lo- i-.; -op- .r '.
iiavc U-ti; r.'spji. led lo t a: .. -:.: :.:
In his forthcoming r-.p-.rt li. . i !..,
troller of the cu.rc.Dcy wi'.I :.. -.11 ; : 1
ability, discuss the qu-st:- of to. . !
ing the law relative to -. .-n: i' " r
The President entered the- li.iSL
today ar.d began his rt eepik u prompt!;,
at 1:30 o'clock. Hctlidi.c; a; per. : ti.
least disturbed in mind as lu- gur.ed
the unusually large crowd a-sembb u
to do him honor, hut rather or j -y. : iia
brief remarks which some of hi- calhr.
directed to him. One old gentl-'mai:
grasped his hand, and as j;t. sh.-ok it
vigorously said: "I am a J--r... viu .u
and a Democrat . an i ther-' are ; h.-nty
more like me up in Jersey." Th Presi
dent replied that be was gia 1 to hi .r it.
The next caller in line was a Virginia::.
He said ho was from Ihcl.m 1 . i: re
they were making pr.p..ruti l- g.'-a
the President a hearty wt 1c :. ;'.
occa.-ion of his visit p. th - M o- . ':';.-Pn-sideui
replied : "I wub 1 ..:' ;. . t.
i:i Kichmoiid p'nurr "':e--.
-were 1 the ' ii-giio.iL. "l.oic v:., iv
;t .' I r-o; ! - there u, gr, , : ;. .. i'...
, pie la .n.g a very i :g : v. : - 1.
lurt.e : t- -lain- hauls . 1. .. u::g
1 i iy who v,.:s ri. ::;.:. g a -i-.v'-' ' rr.-.r
v. :.: n'.iv ; rr--. at to the Pr. -. ':. in. '.:'..
u: drops, ing her dog. Th-r.-w-:. v
. ral Scoichnti; u in y.v : w :. .
ng : ..t .,.-'.
In. i ; :
K- ; i '.- r
: pbr 1.
- :. V. ..
-no k I. ii .
i u 1 i .-. -.
y sav-. ; . !...rge ti. .: !
: .-p. Lly vi late th-lia-y
are. as a rul. as
oL sc-r ing all of tit-i.i-.ed
Si u:-s a- any class
natural, and until r
v-r th- -ugtit otht-rwi-e
r na :-.'. othcers when a!
the r.-l.t;ves and Ire
: ! make ur.' ha-t s f. r
s .i e- i v a ii aval , 1
the W. -: 1:. I. -- ; : r
ri't: rr.rto'H cabinet crisis.
is. Oct. 13. M. De Freycinct, tho
i ime minister, at the cabinet meeting
-id today to consider yesterday's de-1
-at i' f the government in the Chamber
i lipputies on the question of the I
.- i: -iuko. explained that the ad-
:- ' :."tf thf Chamber affected the
--! -usil. :;ity of the whole ministry.1
hen up. -ti 51. Sarrien. minister of the
tcj-jor. and M. Sadi-Carnot. miniBter i
i t'.nan- e. w ithdrew their resignations,
lie cahir.'-t decided to await a fresh
ehr.te antl vote in the Chamber of
uic s to ascertain distinctly the feel- :
g :' lite iiiiij Ti'-y towards the govern-
e- :. in il.,- meantime M. I)u Frey
:u t v. ill ii. luivor to roach an under
inuin,: v. lib ih leaders of the ma-
I- . C.i ::gu: tiiat M. be Freycinut j
ni 1. :o.ae io patch up a temporary!
- i.. iwei n the government and the
I i ity. but a concensus of political J
.ni ti show s that the present ministry j
l: o. io.e.i an.! cannot remain in power!
M. t lemoncean is beinp; urged to
atandoii wire-pulling and assume the
re. ponsibility of oflice.
I.. 'VI'.'N. Oct. 20. The Grand Duke
'oeholas. heir to the Russian throne,
w in) is nliiicietl w ith a pulmonary dis
t -as, . is in a precarious condition. It is
ir.-l that i:c will not recover.
it oi::. Oct. 21. Cardinal Jacobini,
Papal Secretary of State, following the
Pope's instructions, has sent circulars
to all Papal Nuncios abroad, directing
their attention to the principal political
and ecclesiastical questioas of the day,
and urging them to cultivate good rela
tions with the different governments,
with a view towards improving the
situation t th,. hurch throughout the
Ci n-t atini i ni:. Oct. 21. It i-J re
P .n ted that Germany has joined France
and p.iss:-. i ". urgint; England to i vacu
.'.;... .: VV;..i.-;u-. in Poor Health
inn:::. Reliable private
a : ;ci ! r. u I n aiiirm that the bul
' I'n.iperor William as
n , aiih are positively un-
tru.c. a tt) tho--- advices the
ui: r ject tti d - 'y attacks of
y. prol ngi-n drowbinesss,
. : : ' v v.;i.- in a s- rni-comatose
: :i ; :' t . enty hours, from which
ti. , - : r- 1. 1 i .. unable to rouse him.
11.-conn i: ion is aggravated, it is said,
by chronic disease of the bladder. It is
ired th-.' il w ill he impossible, with
' ulu.o t car.-, to preserve his lif for
ret.::.:, -v.- months longer.
r':a -V, tucks the American
I.' tn :;. Cel. 10. The Times makes
an attach upon the United Slates tariff.
" i'r -lectiom " the paper, says, "lays its
1: t.vy weight upon every item of con--uiro
iion. The whole American nation
loses in its convenience as well as its
purse by the system which Mr. Blaine
ashes the nation to commission him to
enforce. The sentiment of the Ameri
can public seems to be that neither the
Democrats have sufficiently violated
their pledges to deserve eviction, nor
have the li. publicans sufficiently re
d saed t'-.-ir dubious past to earn rein
statement. 5ir. Blaine's rhc.oric can
not change that opinion. "
Cpp.'sed to Alexander's Ueturn.J
M-. PKTOisr.t'iii.i. Oct. 19. All the
powers, including England, have for
mally assured Kussia that they disfavor
Prince Alexander's return to Bulgaria,
and will not approve of his re-election
to the Bulgarian throne.
The St. Petersburg papres are bigin
ning to prepare public opinion for a
Turkish occupation of Bulgaria. Tur
key is indisposed to comply with the
Russian desires in this respect.
Minister Cox's Resignation.
Wa-ou'o.to.n. Oct. 20. Minister Cox
hal a -ccond interview with Secretary;
Bayard this morning and indicated a
de-ire lobe relieved of his duties as j
ministr r to Turkey. Fie was informed '
that lie would not be required to return j
t ' Turkt y as the charge d'affaires. Mr. j
i'emlb.t n King, is regarded as fully'
Ce'-upt t-.-ri: i.-i ti ischarge the duties of the 1
miui.-'.t i ial oiiico until a successor to
5Ir. Cox o.tn be appointed The formal
resignation of the minister has not yet
r - -.-a ::a-.:.'i-d to the Department of,
.-':..: . in: i- cxpoct'-d promptly upon ,
hi a-,p;:.u. e tf the congressional;
::.::. !...;.jii. . hi. h. ill i iow of his ac- :
:::.: i ing. is now- belie-vet! to be
1 ; : t. t. Mr. Cox took the 3:50
p. u. ii.ii.i for New V'-rk, where he
v. ... u. t i ' ' tumittee appointed te.
a ;.:-. !...: :' his nomination as Ropre-
,-:.: -.'. : . 'a lit ninth New York dis- '
.o:..it.i Awful D:y.
.. . .la. Oa.. i int. 1'J. -For the first
p. . .' .- ; . u lay a complete pro
h. ;'. ". ami not a drop of any in-
t M.u-.'.u:.; liniili can be legally sold
v. ;t!.:u n.s limits, and from this time
pi gin- tin-real test of prohibition. All
li.-. Larr-.. u:s closed on July 1 last, but
-.o.ral v. a, de-ale licenses held over.
Ti. y i... . o b. en expiring gradually un
til t 'v. . w lo n there was only one in
the t in. , and ihat would have expired
six - from now. but by de-
gi -. :. oi :!. Supremo Court of the State
t i .;n that -I- re was closed, which shuts
i'...- I.-.-: p!:o . Twu weeks ago the city
e -.a :! p :- . i a resolution allowing
::. . . . . i : . ery to di liver beer in the
,:y . i : :.:es ,.n order. Mayor
.I.. --, r :., '- night vit d the measure.
.. i '- .- makes the city absolutely
:: .: hue- city authorities are
n. o. :. i.b ui u;-ts and the law will
!. .- i ;g; t!v i r.f reed, prohibition will
h a. I'a.r lu.il from now until at least
.-;:: in C v: '. :v. '
liv.lcs. h-t. -i vi! S. rvi 'c
. -rly an i !. man haw
-vn-' i ' ''il'l
. . -. i -i n of i i. i : v : I i r
:.. r- ai W. -:.::-...: n. an i
ni- :,-:: c, , 1 tin- 1 .cal
.n.lm-rs. ihi- e- nclusion
i 1 v L . a; ; r- - 1 1 v th.
ans-i-io- Mr. h-lgcr-I:
i n-.-railv i- a fact
::.! i.: . : the i.-eal board
:::: :r g . :h a i s . w i; h- u :
v. hi. .w ti.. hi: s , t th.
n 1 fer It, ai : . n :: ha
e::;o -in nt ; . ih.- nm-
-a .1 1 I . r. ier.-, a to
:- li - g:., linn will lv
r : ; -.,.:., in ;:. g an : h n
n . ; 1- . ; -, r.-:..v-4 1 r-'in
:-.-:. o- . a- i r '; 1 ie.-. and
.' n lei.-rn-'oih.ai.phn
. . ::.: i.- I 1 ;i (-xiiinin-.'..':-.
".' n ' n ;. '. i. i '..It. -n
l ;: - - f en j-i iric-: rc-
- ' .1 ie tc.-er- yield of
- :,,i- .ii. .New York
. - i" 'it m circle!, have
i ir tt rest in this ijut-s-i
: K oiifman eY. Uunge,
r -i . correspondents in
, : .-,-- the statement that
li e Texas top-crop not to
hah - under the most
. !,.; .!.-:,--. They also
-. , r one hall of this late
'. : -! ; w i in y-:ivc coun
: : ral Tcxa- ii-tricts:
..v.. -i Texas wi!. supply
t , ir -i ; mat. d n 1.1. In
:.-.! a . t- ; r i. w iii
. ;e .- ei-t -t- -r- - w. re
i BMk MM
This powder never varies. A marvel or
purity, strength, and wholeBomenen.- MOT
economical tban the ordinary kind, and a
not be gold in competition with the mattitiMt
of low test, short weight, alnm or pboaphat
powders. Bold only in cans. KOY.AX BAXTHo '
powdkb Oo.. lo wall-st S.T.- novl-lrdW -
Our store is filled with , -
Provisions, Groceries, Caaned
Goods, Dry Goods, Crockery,;
Etc. We keep a full line of tbe .
Celebrated Prison Boots and
C. S. Parsons & Sons' Boots
Every pair warranted to give satis
faction. Country merchants and the people -generally
are requested to call and ex
amine our large stock before purchas
ing. We will give you low figures. ' sur-
WTe job Lorillard Snufl. , .
ROBERTS & BRO., ' .
South Front st.. New Berne if. Q. .
The Preferred Mutual Acci-.
dent Association H
Policy carried for $12 yearly.
Pays weekly benefits, $25. f
Loss of Life, 5,000.
Loss of both feet or both hands, $5,000.
Loss of one foot or one hand, $2,500. -' '
Takes none but preferred risks, Charges
no annual dues.
Tie United States Mutual Accident IssX
Costs $1 3 or more per year, and In case of loss '
of limb or limbs, pays only $850. and wheav
any of their risks become claims, they char
acterize all risks in that community de4
cidedly unsatisfactory." regardless of their
character or standing.
For SAFE, CHEAP, SATISFACTOEY
insurance, apply to
W. B. BOYJL. Affent,
Preferred Mutual Accident Assoc 'n.
GEO. ALLEN & CO.,
Springfield Fire Insur'noe Co.
Offer safe insurance on Dwellings
and Jlercantile Risks. - '
THE VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE IKS. CO.
Safe and reliable. Easy payments.
ALSO AGENTS FOR
The People's MatuaJ Life Assurance IwaL
Policies payable at intervals of froift'
five to seven years during lifetime.
Money advanced on Policies.
HAZARD POWDER 00.
Choice Pale Cream Cheese.
SNUFFS AT MANUFAC
i I c: 1 : S ACKS.
T. A. Green's Old Stand.
SEV 13EKNE, N. O
BOOKS and STATIONERY
School Books and School Supplies
i"o;n ;.-. Sutiff. Cigars, Toys Glassware,
Cn-ekery. Fishing Tackle, Etc.
iie door south of Loftin's Bank.
J. L. HARTSFIELD.
Girls and Young Ladies,
LA GRANGE, N. C.
.lOF.ril K1NSEY, Principal.
Fail Sission begins Monday, August
Expense per session of 20 weeks, in
cluding board, tuition, instruction in
nui-ic, vocal and instrumental, Ancient
and Modern Languages, and exercise in
( "alisthenics. SS0.00.
Pupils will board with Principal,
u 'com please address for further partic
ulars, jy 14 dim wtf
- i i i . ' .1- N ' I it H i nv in u.INA, ) Superior
' 'Nsi.ow c'oinNTV. Curt.
Il.-r : c lh-- . 'lerl; of the Superior Court,
I ,. VI . I.umien. Aeiia'rof
.lee:. V ar.-iiel-,
i.i;t 1 Petition for sale
Mrtti'.i- I.. pKinu-r isiiac ', of land to make
Kunner :iml Mrs. K. ,1 assets
KiiHi-p, heirs at law of:
John Farmer, deceased. I
To Mattie L. Farmer, Isaac Farmer and
Mis. S.J. Kiiaj'p:
1 ake notice: That a petition lias been flled
in the Superior Court of Onslow county, and
a summons issued acainst you in a ease of
-jeclnl Pu leeed i n tz tor Hie Bale of land to
n .a k i usee's, a tul a copy of tiie complaint has
been il. lei in i leik's oflice of tald
i-o-ai -. nre eiiiniiiamled lo appear a)
tin i.ih, - .f i . i lerk nf tne Superior Court
s ' rh- ...... r' louse in Jacksonville, on the
'!. ! o. ,; , , -. ii.-r, issij. and answer the
c -mpln :.: oi iu.lionent will be entered ac-
. .i .1 1 ne- ;.. 1 1 e ii ;i5 ei e.I liie complaint.
Wit i: ss niv jiarul rind seal of office, this,
sept .7in, 1.J.
s. :,' A. 0. HPUGINS, C. 6, C.
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