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Torm $B.OO Per "TEa:r.
vol. ix.
Xi.w ci;. i: county, n. c. xoykmhek :... ism;
NO'34.
1500 Bundles of Delta
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L ibiir TV0 Stores, Queen St., Kinston, N. C,
IIAVR JUST PURCUASKD ANI liOF IN TOIIK I I1K
Test and Cheapest Stock of Goods Ever
:X: Brought to this Market.
DlreeUd oalj ! the Uw of givicz the erfit-st v- t-r ;h- m v.
Dry Ooodi, Notions, Boot. Shoeg, Hat and Caps, Cloth
njt"Wtlte Good. Hardware, Glaaaware. Tin and
4 jQnecnaware, Trunk, Valiae, Cofifee, Sugar.
Flour, Potk, Side Meat, Syrup,
'Molasses. Tobacco and Snuff,
1 Yea reeaiTV a dollar in rl value in
far mi"ararejloIlM' for dollar, t either
:'Como and See and
KIa3toa,ir.C,Spt- 20. 1SS.
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C::s Clolhirig.Dry Goods,Shoe and Hat Store.
. " ,' I ' SajSlkaS witaot fear of eontrad'ction he has the
CE3T AND HOST COHPLDE STOCK OF CLOTHING
Ir "J ' -111 aer ' in Uaaj a day. I 10 prepared to show the finest Corkscrew, a?
t ' 11 itl TtMrt faaimir and other Suits in .inre n 1 rouui out Sack?, i'.jh
ia. (JaLaway Walking Coata, ranging from t'2 IH) a Suit up to ?Y ii". rar.ts
from eta. a pair ap to 6.00.
Dltjonal and other Fine Overcoats, real Beauties; alio a
grt-u tlriety.sf ReTersible or Turn Over Cots.
I ,-!! tha oJ enrrcat Xew York Fall and Winter fltr' " f Dcrbv ir. i
Soft HatS. made otithe' 'Danlap Block." the ic-.-pt, i 1,j!::.- at: 1 ft.'.v
f. -'.:o a all CIiX la JTew Tork Citj
h French" EJp. DUohlne aaJ Fine Calfskin Boots ir . i Mer-. i
LaiaUt ial ChUdrsn's 8hoes, I luid - oi-.1t th- v. r i . f. :.-.: i-.re. : 1
tf "tt Mianfjtnrr, aad sell them mihiy low. 1
ThsIwieslaBd latest Stjles of Neckwear, Hosiery. Suspenders, I
Underwear aad ether Gents' Furii:.-.ng Cloo.!-- a -p., -alt..
"FullVanQ Complete Line of Dry Goods,
wis , ra.hTOor--Vf0TSted and Popl.n in al'. haies au.l c 1. r-.
C Mco Atoaxi eta. a yd. ap. liet N . C. Caeck- i H ::.;. -r ,7 .
A. yd. wkla jaabieaeLed Homespon. onl j l cm. a y :.
Ctstafr. Keataeky Jeans, ami other goods ur Pants at. i Su.t..
"Ladled Walking Jieketa, Shawls, hlankets ani He i l( i i's !. a: .
I AVI SOLK AGENT Ki'U
A OUTLET MlVS CALF SEWEH $150 SEJFS
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by in tr. 'il..f
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any of In nv ... w r. a
glT net. I W. I o r-'e .- i -.' ,
Bnt a tolentn of w. a- . :rn ih Kr- s:
ftrnmin itiui - n.' -:k v . , i s . c
Dvt. ft at u.l .-' . . ' w
Bloo t y . lavy corn,. . H ill. u. I u -i u f
l'inr.a wo-l t' .' :
1 hT IMIlBiakli 'r- :r. .:..- .' - -loiclt
mii. Hou.' o lu' -.a- lot', i
om. ef whu-li Uv- w -.-:; .- pa - . .
aoU pro ,,u:'.-. :'. .ri H.-t.v :-.eA'. a.-. : .- a
In sifio In tn . we r .1
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GME ASH,
' IITtng replenkaed his St. :k -a :. t. - , ' '
i '.asfaataA beginainf of th 'i.on. an r i-- - -
.THE . FINES r STOCK OF CLOTHING EVUH FXHIIJ
'"tl.ITED IN ANY O.-nE STORE IN NEW GERM .
- v JU tr Jiardlj handle a r.y c ... .. -'
' fgmxlAp wq cao gnantntee linn-'. ev. : . g -. -
'i.Oa Us of Gents' Fu-niahing Comts
V oootaios the latent i l s d . '. .-. '
" f Oar Camel's Hair Umiersutt s
- Veil sdaptwl for oar elima'c
A big stock of Ladies and Gents' Shoes - (' .: - .
8eBlaOenaine Krer.fh ('a't'-k -. i'"- -v s. i
; T cooatrr dJ folly worth " - a : ' - - -
Caifokfo Fftnch Kip-and i .a ! 1'. - - v '
ChlT. Waniwrll H in! S-T,..! V : .
'ever sold.
1 Jnst rveeived. a
"HI be sold .U half pr- e A e
brCMtOi SOtl hindme! ri:n-:
A loll limi ot" Dress Good.
Notions, Ftc.
; Oar stock U brand ik . ' .
nav those w ho w i". ' - ,
I kare uo wnne,
DAIL BROTHERS,
Wholesale. Grocers,
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TWO STORES. SOUTH
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every jfilir's worth you buy. n, .1
of our two p pular jtore.
Save Your Money.
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C dress c, ,.:;, en d ; Ii g it to the lienom
t I'l.i'i :i. w i re wiittel) bv the IJeV.
F ! i ' ii is M litli. loiiudfi ot the
t i .';,, i.' !: ' '!' t , I he Hapt 1st organ
W . ; ; ne S: .-. and grand t. it her ( it t he
K.v.lieorge .Men-dull Ti.Nnn, the
j'Trseu: pastor ot the r.riHiklvn
1 1 1 ! hu reh of ' his city.
This c- .nciifi'ii is not a le'sla
: i c ur a , :i.l cia I In ui ; it m .ikes in
I iv i, .nuts no pastors, tries no
iii-e i .. s . -i i i ii il. n't rme or eharae
: : if.lffl. r I'Xeri'lsi'.i no control
iiii.i'rvrr f : 'lie e ii a 1 1' :. es and
,,l r ii . :, , i eprese n ' s. e Xiept
the tii.n.il : i,t i"heient in the ot
-s :'. cm::. etuis to thc.r f.ivi.r
1 1 1 1 1 -u ; i ; h i ' .
It is a i Inn : ai asein luy of t lie
i f present. it w s ot the e:..iifiie to
funnier the genera! mtriiS of
ri,.- K'ligdoiu of Ciirts; more u
;iffi.ul iioii.e and foreign missions.
i liri: :aii mI ticat toll at.d Sunday
M-h'x'N. il.e pollt of the Baptist
Cnuri h is peculiar. I'.acli church
ls ,i sovereignty an uidependont
little republic competent to man-
age its own atT.i.rs. and et author
ie l to make no laws, but simply
to .iil,ninisft r the laws winch .Jesus
t hn-r, t he ! ' f ad of t !:- I hurch, has
Himself t'l, ,1'ted for its govern
ment. 'l .r- so ereignt v. it is
cl.r. tneil.
1 herent in each church,
iinl c.iiniot U' surrendered or trade ot ow lorne h.i.s been miiii
w.uveilj .iioi vet for the promotion larly disposed of. o li.ive heard
oi tiie e.uise oi rel'gion it has been ibut the charge for c.rrinp a
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 w i so tor these independent , hogshead of tolu coo from Ibirh.ini
churches to associate together and 1 to Danville, is the same as the
iitiitu ttie ir i tlorts in extending the
t.ii'h. 11. nie, eontigtiou-churches
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I Tin si if . ,i i n uis; i ui' en in c urn in
min a.ssoei.it ions unite in State
conventions, ami these State con 1
volitions U'couie constituent parts '
if a general convent ioD. eorupre ,
bending all the Southern States,
1 il i s con e ii i ii'u u as i u i re oo.ii ost .
or executive committees toattenil
toineioiir special ueparimeuis 01
work: tho Hoard of Missions
H . , 1 I.' ,i rrr, K.,( ...
ome and r ore , gn -located at
Kaleign: the Hoard ot hdiicat ton.
locateil at Wake Forest College;
and th" Sunday school Hoard also
located at H.ile gh.
The mam bii-iness of the body
ii 1 lie t he tl i scus.si. ui of t he i e jort s
submiTed by the li.tTeretit boards.
. , i; . w i a i i Tin; i: a i' i : s i i y
Nii:ni i Ai:('i.t.N.v.
Iii 17M there were 42 churches,
uiiifs'iis iiil .i.77ii members.
Io Is; wereL'nl e bur fins,
117 in ' n isters at.d l'.o7 ineinbers.
I 1MJ there were c h ii relies,
'' 1 1 iii:nis'e: s and ll.o7t n.cinbers.
la 1 o,". 1 there Were .'.''' i li 11 relies.
i;7 ininis'ei-s ai.d 1 1 .tiT 1 u.eiiibers.
lu 1 iio there weie til'J eh il rebec.
;7I m-.iiist. rs and 77 members.
In 1 7i; : in re -a e:o 1. VI fhtirclies,
7'.' m : i , : s e t s a-,,d 1 "-7. of o mem
hers. In ls(i tia-if were 77 asso
ciations. 1 . '. 'O. i c ii ;i 1 1 i . c s .i 1, 1 1 1 .'.'.'." 1
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may properly bo dial acti'i i
the Ivogintdng oi' Iu,lu-t;:.I lb
opmt-LH; lor altliougti m Kn,
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I'll t i Ii .it ii Most on '.v i 'i !v :n ,i n f
1 II (illf f u I li i i in 1 .. !, -
luiiii t'liif iiro hi- fiitiic i j :-,-.-
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tiT nut' vear. l!iK tt i
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is bi'iii' m.ulf in if. '
rates to t he m i n l m iif : .
small margin en (. ,
men work, the little pii.iit t;.,-.
make, the tieree euiii pet i r imi tln
meet, ail rum In lie tn liivt: 1 1 e -li :
rates w ith the leate.-t i 1 1 -.
cj.n'iifv. Absolutely it ! t: n. ilia'
charges im t r.uisp, .rt at ;. ii. . :
in i ne ; tie !i .i ; u n ( oi e , i.., m a i, : t : i. .
It is m view el this tli.it u c li.u.
regarded wuh siiih u'.''' ' 'i.fe;-
the proposi; urn to peipe-uate
another genera' if n t lie ilonn in. .ii .
Kii'limond over North ('aifiiia
business ln'eres's.
Wilmington is very laoialii
located tor ci rtau: lines of bnsine.-..-
part lenlarU trade in salt mid
molasses. Hit i n. mrt ers can oil .-r
to .-ell tilt so unifies at lower ti
tiros than cither New Voik. Haln-
Diore or Richmond. Yet while
Wilmington once had a tine trade
in salt and molasses in central Car-
olin.i, now, as an effect ot the pros
ent lease, ; baiiier has been put to
it and the North Canlina s. a; o. r
cuunot deliver the-e art icles on I In
1 ' no of t ho Nort h (,'aroli na r.t : 1 1 oad.
while liichmoud does. The coin
; charge for carrying it via D.invi.ie
! and "ew York iuto.s.s t he ocean to
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..ci...i. , , mi um ,et-i i i no.
V'e have heard It. lint we have
before us two freight bills as tub
lows:
Sol Hear Dr. to freight n font
barrels of whiskey from Lexington,
i . i id y 1 1 ni 1 D g On , c 1 1 -
Sol Hear Dr. to freight on four
parrels oi wnisKey Irom l luciii
nati to Wil mine-ton. i"i 40.
rr- i r , . r - , x- ...
The freight from tho North ( aro-
Una town to iliningtoii is ?J li'J
a barrel: from Cincinnati it is 1 bo
a barrel. From Cincinnati the di
tance is ..;i milt s; irom Lexington
less than L'oO miles. Relatively the
charge lor hauling the iN'oith Caro
lina stulf is iio times what it i . r
hauling the Cilict.n , ' i s;:,o.
Sticll ;s otic (d tiie e fleets, if tie
lease. '.ei olie sees that our
North Carol. na interesti nuit be
stitied under such a s Mem. ):iiei
States may grow and flouri-li m
the lliiltlstri.il period of which u i
liave now reai'Led the dawn, oi;'
under this s .stein Noitii ('arolina
cannot keep i otn lull. with tin m.
Wo are strangled at hfli.e. iff
coti'io! ot our Sia'.o highway ha
mg pa-si ,1 into the 1, anils nt out
siilvis, we are i:i t I.e con il : t un id
the lilsii tfti.it.ts uinii-r the ill' in , l:
loll and "0' i I o! t :.i . ; a 1 .-i n 1 1 i
landlords.
' iiei' ia 'in u: u :. : t o s p. i p: , , :i : a
!! engage in i : , d u s ' i , . i ,. : - u : ' -but
N-.; tii ('up'. 1. : a :. s , :, ; , . ;:...;
hlgliw .i id t Of ts'.i'f .:: o ;: , : ,
tin- o: i ' s;, le u : ; ii a . ; - : a :, ' ., o ,
t i : a ' Hi lis.- 1 1 e ' e i ! ! , e 1 : u s . i. , ;' g ,
sllc 11 ail -ui ' ai, '. .1 g f t o I ,.; , :: ,o...
pet ltol s a lid leaves 1. p. p
iiope for success, in tin-::
Hlgs. So we iegird tl.,-.: t . a i
that renders t Ii : s t o p .
a n o il. and i ' sl.ouM n - : : ,- : .
new ed i.. "a . unless t i. .- j ...... . , : ; i,i
State :s ;,, ki . u : .. C ::.
pel pi t iial ! .is . p.,., :. : I. '
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al w ay . ( i i a , '
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Ir. in Hie i lli.-e i I Time 1 -tatei- .llslrirl
rttlfii.iy in M -s, un iiurii t- the 1 i-t
, i mi'..i n ii I . ' r taking inn ,,c 1 1 . . rt in
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mi. r-i : r oi n i f the spirit ..s
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ng af I . af.l t he la-e . es Hpp! it t '
i iifiiii,-' ii:n wf.ii it
f --il le tor ne to i-p.-i-ify.
. . !. t Hit.'!. I 111 COI 1- II. 11 li-'
l:i . K 1 1 : g 1 . . p 1 : : ; al - pee, h hy a I - i
: a! ti: -.al I 1 li: l.f igh hori and frien i -I,
r ..t -l: I If.-- an.l t.lHi-e wh'-re It wa
ll . n . ii: , ii i.tal if the -pecch il". It
.v .- ft ai: i fair Bui I ilo i.
tti. 1. 1. '.1. it -',. h a" 1 tticial f-.u ei.ier a-
. t us.?., s -. ,i p. ,1 ; t if al ca in taig n . a : .
f f sen 1 1 n , to a I -ii g list nf en gag. nie nt s
to a iiir.ss t'.i.itifHl riu-etiniCH, wi lt-l
Hejiarated ari i of dtulv ri-i'iirrtnci'. nil
.-uch ellgageni. lit- without II eg 1 ef 1 1 1: e
I.i- luty if In- holds un i lli -e wi.ui.
Inn ii g le r iv thmit ukuii: with him n,
the e .nvasH his ntiicial power an.l mt'fi
er.ce. Therefere this Course is e,,n
d. ni i: ed . Tiie m: ruber of speeciu s that
can he prepi-rlv made cannot he hptci-ti-d
nor the time h.-n. tile place
where. ,T the circumstances in which
thev are proper, nor fan their eharae
ler be ;: es.-r i hi d . Hut a correct line i
con lu : c ,ii I e determined on without
.! illi.-j 1 : . I believe in the litriitof a
t to. low the -pint ot tin
m inti' n given by divorcing ti
c o n -
mot ot a i niz-n lri.ni the use ot otncial
mtliience in politioil campaiitns. illus
iriitir at all liniesthetruthlhatollicial
dm is t-aramount to partisan e.-ivice.
inai m . . 1. 1:. i he d 111 it of o lii ' 'i' ho I -1 1 1, e ,
a v . i , i . i . s ai v pretense of control over
th- i .: : -d act
"f lploe
to tie- p.op.etl
il action of others bv rea-on
and teic hi fz the I ss- .n
p-opie that public positions art'
not be-t on ed or held under a i ii le i f
wct l v e p i r '. i - an sr rv icf
"A pro. li d list, taken from a news
paper aud submitted to me. contained
enH. iin-nis to speak, made by your
consent, daily for quite a long period,
and not unf'requently twice a day in
different parts ot the State of Missouri
Au,i 1 wart led to believe that on many
( the .lays specified a court at which
T ou had duties to perform was in ses
cuu. . . . - - r t ...... . w ... e e c c
cli!tt. , ,iHl:rar.t. defiant neglect of of-
ticia! .am ami propriety, and even with
ih. e .
ill ii i:iii n, yeuro'-ur-e ap- p
! hoiiahtl,-.ss. and at least
pears :
SU I'J . ' '.
ho: :
i-h.-n 11
pl I :
the ! rf
.- 1 1 ' - '
l i : r - .- '
trip : '
e-tlv -
a : I I :
m- t :-
'- oi-m
-latemert . u your letter
.: u Oil n -t prmitcam-
-'iu.u.:s to int.-rf- r- with
1 ' ' 1 :!i -i d duty, y ur
. ti-. h ire . f such du:
i r f - ui an i a b 1 i . -1 l:i tl. j
ur allocation that y.-u h. n-
d you nnl.t prop-rlv do
- .. lually done have indue d
u i t he . r i. r -u-i . n 1 o - . u
1 t i r-
u P' t!
c:
, if. t t. :
: to.- 1 r,
r- p. an d p, s
area ,n
.'. I s 0 , red I
n:
of th.
lit ia.-t
-i ru:- " ,s the lust tak. n up. ..:..! , u
n ot. ii N'lrur r I,, i.e:.,; jet-ks i i-
ii. 1 f r. . ! ! a ru u mu: t
1 111 -. I: ts II, If, ,s-e. W I, it'll
- 1 iv. red . Tiie p ::.:- in
f : - lil.'i.r.I !. v. l 1 be
ro.
i ' ;:. i :. f ... a 1 1. o , rd.-r: First as '
1 I I. '.: .,.-:: - f tl.- e.-.ptur. s
. : ' . i ' f l.f 1 . : - . -.c hi th.il in--"
...u.s, .. i'l.ii.ce t re ahai.doiieo
t the I t. .1 St..t, . 1,.,'i.uni. thev were
, - . r ,- b.e'.'uh.rl,...
iu, acknow ie.ige.l I, al nity for them,
, ! t, v . r F. :i v n.g m ad any sat isfac turn
. i . - ,,'iv, riai'.i'iit f..r thetn; third, that
: - u I a f r. in ad miralty court
- i ; : iu . : . ii ri i ii'i'.c.- ..f its legality.
a: 1 its lieauty mu-t b" shown by
I J i r
i :l i it,
mu
I A I tern, I .
1 .1 1
'.r-r.iS.
. .:;'..-!. .1 i
I . o : 1 1 , . ii
THE OHDXaNl'E D?AET3iENI.
: : ::-.: i ui.r . . -t' . ! r.XPi;-
A I
,. .
- . . rng.-C.en.
1 s- A" has
rt fa... secretary
..perat.'-cs of the,
t -luring the past
. -.t.s th..t t.iere is
pies.:: tun" the
V a- t. . N
-.el,el, , I, let ,i i.r.Mi
m.uie h . s i n n u:il I
i I Wur. .-: 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 il.
"i t ii. oi.-" .lep.ir; in
'r '! ..e r t-; . 1 1
ir. lb- ii -tit ; Ui .t lit il
t..i-il:li. - , :r- :. it.,
-. i ,
i : . t .
in r k -:
l n: p. rt i:t i
:i,i;i--the ,
I:-
lie." of
llll.
I '
,- ,. . .i,.
vf.-,r
"
: : . I trial:
lug i'i.-;
' I he i w .
1 :
.' .1 ...'I s .
tee'.. Tie
..!' Ill If-
from .. f i,
I..e -a,-:.-
'- p uu v.-us re
lif trials were
f. uu, if tif u of
'lo- imed with
' i r h.ngmg
i i : i. n ee The
:'J inch iiiiiz-.1-
were satis-
fi:i strength.
i : 1. 1 o o iii iti" in
v. s f- mud tir.'
. : 1 1 i i -1 i : t i n g
-ll-p. l.Jl-'l p, 1,
1 1, : h I c u : i . v
ri'siiu- :
.- .e ! , u f
ta,lor a
Lot : the:
iiri'ii r ,f'
e -s ,rv
ib is
u h
-U-l'-un
.. .-, "iVs
!.'-, ' ii'ich
U work is
1. .v.-
t' d ,y ah' '" .s
et. ib. s. ii.. ; ;
t i.-s. to prod no
ere :-i one
.ui facili-
I fe i . -r i
i , f
the it-qiiin , . 'ia i i : i s '
eight o. f ie s e,,hl re.
Sl.es .Jl'i pL tif .U V i 1
if-:, and the I r. e, h r
smaller forgings f, r ail i
. 1 f'nn of
'and heav-
,. ,,, ,. a
iihifs. There
are two est a t' i ish ui -m . s
,w able -o nro-
luce -he tui.es arm i .hers and mU.-..l-
Ui.eous form.s loi' oUn-,,f small call-
bre and ho p- of a v. rv considerable '
M7... Tin- , ,. i, r. seeis .p.. l est ti.nt -.
he .lone p. u.v n th.- steel works of this I
count r . i,i,.i oi son ., re-peets their .
,,,',.ri7nf.. is .i ... . la,..,,.,,
of their plant ai.o f ami n , - . liuiited. '
that a cr.at ileal .!' p',,. i- r, .of -ite for
the r- - : ii ti a..; i: .. p -'-r
"'"
I lie Jlacim .'luti' Tid (.n.liuls.
A c-. -i.l iiii t i an :, i: . m. r.t on the '
Cist . f O.-tobir m th-- ! 'n... the
intii
I o vein her Italic n,o time up
pointed for a n,
of Company L
eral of tne
niemijeis 11
Hi-use and crtan .
I iman, ntly bv '
eleotin: S. H. I.-.i ! in i hairman an,"l
;eo L Ki.p.arick st crct .i v. .
;U I T 11 Ol.Tlll l' ITl.-.-ll HI U t Ulf
at h,w: ,,,t,r ia
f,,., n-.-.nv v.-.r. t ;....:. a i .-. . ,r of-
ui. -u ..f of
rs w as .-no . i; :
u K bottm f
- . ; . , r o : r.
i g to he nomi-
rated . i n m ! : n
Aili li. the p.
Y. li Move and
m u i lib ers w ere
unaunnousi .- t
h ,c k . C qu, .:.-.: J
u.,..,llt: ,.... 1. K
Tl... ( lI:f. ,.
n i - i t J i . I e el , o
jj,,u, .. ,!i .
;..v K'-i.i e ... J.,
Sutton. I' !:.':
j wi .te
i u: Dr. .loan A. Pol-
en T. i'.i..v. I-t Idee- :
i: ( utri -0. s.
. im :-- .- .1 urranee-
t. d : s 1! l.oftin. W. ,
ii n. It W. Pope. Ash- i
11. s est,,;;. Jj. f.
:. si,., : J..i ko:i, Jos.
lb' ' ' of officers
f ! Aujust meet-,
:u. pi fe is to be i
I;..-,
shall i .
1I.L.-S.
: el
-- al.
. If
Pie t :
c r . :
-' If u
1 li
in Km-t; :.
'i I.e If -it.
ail t:
t . e i n .. . ,
i fi :.o :
Ui.'ii-i 1"7. ing to apply for their old positions.
. if. .;. : n f i MttiJ- There was no disorder of any kind,
of'-"-! i- j resent at About twice as many men were engaged
r--i -p u - ii f ,li 'lied, yesterday, and were selected from the
a crowd this morning and ordered Vj re-
TIN', i i-u. part to tiie various packing hou.-ts for
! Kn.i vr-.i k. S.-.-'y. duty. The militia have all been with-
;. V 1- k ,drawn from the outposts and are now
i in barracks. Gen. Fitzsimmo:.s litis re
commended tl-at the soldi--iui be wiFu-
i.
-- .-.
i; i si n rt-.'.m i if
1 A M . N - IT ;ss,;
oaf to
lls burn--t
iiiorht.
"p I.ln;;
v stood
oi s .:
the p
liai.k
er, .1 i .
wlil ' ""
C.f'inr.i
if.rk o:
ad eau y
b- KOI
pe 1 1.
The
IPU.-.P.'
'1
a : p-
C. 'U r--
p.eli .1
A
I, .
lA-l'r. siiu ii! Arthur iaii.
New okk. Not. !-.
Lx-PrtsiJont Aithur died tins morn-
1D-
LMr. Arthur hart been sulTerm,? fo;j.c
time from a complication of disorders.
chief anion;: which was a heart trouble.
lie has oeen gradually failing for
months and death doubtless ei-.riir- to
him as a mereitul release, lie was
elected to the icf-l'residency on the
if is i four ticket with i.h.r'ield and sueoeea-d to
; - r:, . t ih:.f. tiie executive orri -e on the death oi the
s. "lei l i.i latter. He hud served some tin-.e he-
: '-in:y . 1 :'. to us f liector of the port of N""w
,t iiiop.,. i . York, bivin-i been appointed such oiii-
ui.i' ii.: i'.t lir.r.t. He was a man of rt-
i-t f- the fpi-cta: ic puns but rf no great f-.-rce
'; ; i.t a., i of ciiura : : -o that liis admin
istraiion i t t ederal alTairs was
' fer cohurles. lie married a dauh-
ocfiy ter of l "oiuici dor.' lierndcn. of
; titi u Yirgini.i. and a son of about twenty-live
: I'i"-.' and a uaughier scarcely yet out of ;. r
".'ir- teens are tii" fruit of tbit r, 'if
l---' - '' must have been in tl; ff: i .e h" i . f
.:::- in- sixtv (;.! s of age.
Yiiy t -ic Statu o Is Ur-lightrd.
u'a-::ixi;T". N'.iv. l"i Tiie ;V;i;,
morrow '.. ill pu .iisii up. urtiff' s..ying
ti.at tin- 11. .i:i. : .. -' ,1 if r :; .::.- u:.
lighlfd b.-ai.- dill"- r, l,r;-:::e';i-.s r f
the uovcrnnieut arc waiting 1 ;r each
other to take 'die inith.live. At the
Treasury De; :.rt;r,. r.t it : : i-Lnt-d tiff
the department i- powerless- to act lu -cause
the statu .- has if t beet; iurt- u
evert" the i'u p-i'i nient by tif 'i'i--:-di-nt.
as it i- niuintained tif 1 i-v re-
iiuires. Alt:.,' " nil..' ilou-o ;i
i is s-'i 1
that the Presi lent bus im object i -n to
making the .r ier re eessarv for illunii-
nating the statue, but lie uniVrstand-
that the statue is. under t'lio law. sub-
j-ct to th.e control of the lisiuiio'ise
board, and he is waiting for that bureau
n i lay tiie . matter before hint through
the Serretarv of th.e Treasury. ' -ni-
mod ore l'fking. of the lighthouse
board. sai..l it would he pi. ?.-:'.:.' to ligiit
the statue from fund..-- e .r.trihu:, ; by
private persons, but he did not think
such an extreme course rieocrsary. lie
believed that funds could bo found in
the lighthouse appropriations to pay f.a
the illumination of the statue, provided
the President would order its illumina
tion. At present their bands were tied .
The lighthouse board is said to have
collected a large amount of data regard-
ing the illumination. It tind that ? 90o
a month will be required to illuminate
the statue with the same kind of light
as that used during tiie unveiling cere
monies. The lighthouse board has ais.j
i'iven considerable attention to th.e
mode of lightning. It is thought tojjie
impossible to illuminate the v, r. ..e
statue so that it will be seen a: night.
(,svini' to it? dull, r.-.tr-reii, e ting nir-
co.
Tho Substitute System.
A S 1 1 1 A ' . 1 1 e . lO - v. . . LI . I f Oi l 1 .
t-ary Manning
intends to break up. tiie
anuses oi me suosuiuie s-. sieiu in
department, under which heretofore
employees who were sick were nern.it-
leu to l1"1 0:1 .suo.--i.uie- 10 n.i uitu ,
P'-ios. 1 ne system is saici to nave p.. en
greatly iiuu.-tii i.. empioj m ew
health supplying -ubstitiius who re-
ceived only a portion of th.e salary of
the pos 1 1 1 o p. u su a 1 1 y one nan ot it ,
the other half koiiir to the regular em-
P'oyee. -in oruer lor cierr.s w no are
represented by substitutes to return to
their desks goes into tdTect tomorrow. ;
lnere were rouay auout seventy-ir. e
substitutes at work in the department. ,
The order will probably not be enforced
witn a severity tnat amounts to cruelty,
i,,,. th cases will have to be nf nn
doubted merit where exceptions are
made.
. (jit, piembers U-iao jjapvsLs iii vyuj-ivtruuiuii.
'. i .vairy. scv- , Baltimore, Nov. 16. The fourth an
". m the Opera nual meetinp; of the Baptist convention
01 tne united otat.es Deun m mis ciiy
todav. Rev. W. F. Hatcher, of Eich-
monil . Va. , in the chair, and Rev. Mr.
elCOlt. OI IN e W SetttLJiy. 1T.C V . UU
D. pepper. of WatervilleVaine, read
n naner on th "Insniration of theScriD-
lures," which was discussed bv Kev. O
P. Easchus of Now Jersey. A paper'.
on "raith Cure. sent by Kev.
V. H. Whitsitt, of the Southern Pap-4
tist Theological seminary, in Louisville,
w-as discussed by Hon. JamesBuchanan,
of Trenton, and Rev. G. F. Downing,
of Cleveland, Ohio. The convention is
very fairly attended and will remain in
session until Thursday.
" '
Chicago Strike.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Large crowds of
men assembled at the Forty-third street
viaduct, and at the railroad tracks on
Eoot street in the stock vards this morn-
drawn tomorrow-, as in his
the
civil authoriiiis will L.
needed .
Invadin
tF' iiiJian j.;vu..
K:i:i-tu 'Fv. .
i n rs !...ve b, , :. :
!.- -u Fort i: I-- t.
.:t . the Tu !i n r:
L'ALov.r.i.i-.
company ot ....
to this pu.e
prospectors n
The greatest to
-..nds of ciaini
i:ie Territory
-liver is 1. -1 :- v
'. ities.
Ho ving- a C:-
M O.T:t tL-it ..
i.,y L.-i i. cr ,
c urt h ui---. -'
.i -.llt ho bv '
; ur iaro :":
ite uifht nr. v..,' --.aye
been si. .if u
c io..- e'ai .iv. , :i.
Hem:
r..scos CoiFitlin-g on Gambling.
V Asm.NoTOX, Nov. 15. There wasan
i-Oerpsrer-l rrnu-ri t th Intarinr ripnnrt,.
i iL-nt tf nay to listen to the argument of
; iL.,-e Conklitig in the Field-Wylie tel-
,-.-.ipk printer contest before the Chief
Kxamiuer of the Patent Office. In the
preBentatiorj of the case Mr. Judson,
tiie oppo ing coursel. sought to throw
,i,,l:bt -jpnn the character of n Mr.
WriHit. ..-:, of Mr. rtonfclinr' iritnonR.
b-..:-. e he bet money on horses,
. ( : rejr.inder created much I
l :.:. ;-.: . Ir was delivered in the I
i .r.f
li::.-
o.-i'l icst manner. Mr, Conk-
p.o-.v :o consider tho only thing !
i: lf nir.g eagerly, I have heard, I
wan the palpitation ot tho gen
ii pure heart of my evangelical
Jr. Judson, as he thought of
friend
L' :! lr.l'u . iree upon the human mind
-.r.t ing money at hazard upon the
r.- .-s i f in ; -i s. I regret that I have
at !...!:! to give to the learned coun--.
. .burst which I think if possible
:. !. more vivid, more electrify
- f -i ti.o i..nguage of his brief, and
. . l ...iif the other Sunday from the
T--.b-.age. ia the City of
: b.e-- and of pools. lie alluded to
biu.g a- that haggard transgression
e ! I y a garland i f crime which had
!- -"..ring down the ages. How
li f. s -nr.d to you. Mr. Examiner?
't . of, ti ink yourself that it is fully
U." .C'-.-ription which came from
: c r pu:p:t that my friend occu-
:. - .i-.rt t.me ago '.' Is it. not rather
-d, lear. addressing a tribunal of
. c xf .-rieuce in the affairs of men.
b'un.,1 taking judicial notice of the
in which we live, a serious attempt
id be mu le to discredit a witness
u i.e buz irds monev on the run-
it:
. uo
l. c
.
Y,
:,. ,-
hi-u
:
u::y
do
j .
' .,
t ii
hap
b: .
leari.t-d counsel says 'gambler!'
. I may say. in order to propitiate
;cn,i an i ingratiate myself with
Wi.i.'h i am very anxious to do,
.'.ever mys.-Ii put a farthiug upon
!- r.: . and. unfortunately, I
- know how to gamble: that,
- ; ihf ; usun 1 do not do it.
.. t f '1 to remember that
... r - have lived and died
i. - uu ; ..f'ljo iy in tiieir time dared
'.'n. a: u -.vin .-e amusement, per-
lif-.' ma -ter vice, it was to gam-Cr.ar.e.-
J, rues I-"ex was as great a
gumbh
i w.-.s
itritau:
17 .-
us thfci" was in England, and
b -tr.-r ! o.ved than any man in
i d n believe that in all the
Commons, on division night
or any other night, or at any of the
ho.- tii g- from Cornwall to Northumber
land, tu.re w as ever any man impu
dent and impertinent enough to im
I ut;n nis integrity or bis veracity, upon
oatii or otherwise, becausfl beplaved
.ines ot
1 , o -
aid for monev. 'T
J.-P. -Csi .iiGts and Lord Salisbury
i. uu ... Nov. 1j. The council of the
svu'iic, Pemi cratio Federation will eead
a K-ttcr to the Marquis of Salisbury de-
mai.uiug t mm that he, as prime SMn
e:. le.-eive a ueputation ot tioem
pinyca workmen next ounday alter
n' - n ct ,1 nt-ar from them a statement
v.. ii-u. -s lor government assistance.
Tl.o later will give as a reason -for
naming Sunday for receiving the depu-
tation mat it is the onlvdav convenient
fur the persons who will compose the
deputation to wait tormally upon the
prime minister because, the letter will
sir, they are compelled to spend air
their time on tde other days ot the week
seeking work, and the document -will
caution the premier from attempting to
evade the deputation, and ask him to
refrain from following this week Ills
custom of 'going into, the country n h
Saturday.
Kussia Must Keep Out.
Lo;iOJf, Nov, i5. The Standard
says: The plain English tf CouBfcl&ir-
noky's declaration ie that Russia shall!
not occupy Bulgaria; if she does she
will have te. reckoa with Aastria and
England, and, in case of need, with.
UermaBy:
Copenhagsn, Kov. 5. It fe stated
on authority that Prince Waldemar ie
personally willing to accept the throne
of Bulgaria. p;
Sofia, Nov. 15. It.is rumored here
that Russia is mobolizing troops. Gen
eral Kaulhara has demanded the dis-
missalof tiie perfect and sub-Derfect of its
Philoppolis because the patrol, , late awr
Russian consulate a Russian cavass.
who had refused to give his name or
tho password when challenged.
Captain Nabokoff. has been d-elivered
to the Russian Consul at Bourgaa.
TI13 Evanish Tobacco Monopoly.
Madki;. Nov. 15. It is reported that
en . i' I'uigeerver, minister of finance.
;::tr
du .'e in the Cortes a project to
te tobacco monopoly in
s-, ndicate of native and
rs v. i..a will t-i'itt lllfl
Pile
. . .. .. ... - -
. iis.ua rental exceeding the
-U.iue which the government i
,iu that source.
:s Arrested in Russia.
Nn-. !c.-six American i
.'. e bwcii arrested in Southern
preachiug iu an orthodox as- j
ltassians. Mr. Lothrup. the !
..s minister at St Petersburg, i
Cult.
avoring to induce the au-
ioase the prisoners, but so
insucctf-sf ul.
Ijaiia's Xluler.
v. 10. Hus.-ia has desig
l:if!,o!as, ef ?iitigr.'lia. as
: . -r tiie thr.,ne of l!ul
.: r ..ia ei-s have unaui- :
-. : if him as the succes- '
Aic-Vinf, r. and have m-i.iiv.-
to propose a sat sfac
. : l.i-r i . i i'.i..-t with the '
, , 1 re.pu niiy na iuf oy
i ihti p jwdt-rs that they
', . liscuit. or eak raised
",'.,. '.'V'1"' '"'"'
s ,isL. ,,. a. i impure
.us. ana is csn-cu either
..mux alum .introduced
.,:. article), by 'Ff impure
.1 c'lara.'ttr
. or : of,, t!
. t .. ' ' l U I''" I S O
other m--i.uninc-v
i r, ie r
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lli is powder never nrui;. A- marr-ai of -
Purity, strength, and wboleaomeneaa. MOT -s
-BconniDiral than the ordinary kinds, ud mi- '
not be sold in mmDetltlnn with th mnlit.ni u -
of low test, fhort weight, alum or phoaphmt
powders, e old o a I y 1 n cans. Ror ai. Baxivw
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Take Notice!
Our store is filled with . "'
Provisions, Oroceries, Caaned
Goods, Dry Goods, Crockery, f '
Etc. We keep a full line of the '
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Celebrated Prison Boots 'and
Shoes.
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ALSO - ' - f " '
0. S. Parsons SonsJdote" ?r
and Shoes.VT!,:;--
Every pair warranted to give atls"-'-";-
faction. s Jl4
Country merchante and the"r-eople - "
generally are requested to ealt and ex- ;
amine our large stock before purchas
ing. We will give you low figures. - - s
We job Lorillard Snnff. . V & -
ROBERTS & BRO.; -
South Front t.. NewBeme, N. O -s
Accident Insi-rcncs.
V-o -p. - i Jr. ;
The. Preferred -Mutual Acci-o
dent' Association , :' :
Policy carried for $13 yearly. -f . ' , ..''
Pays weekly benefits, $25. v
Eoss f Life, $5,000. . .
. liossof botheet or both hands, $5,000. -Loss
of one foot or one hand, g2,500. --' -'
T6 Jkki li&iiliM ie'eidest i:s'n, -
l$er more per year, and in case of loca '. .
of limb or .Umba yaya only S860. and when -; "
any of their rlska become cfalma, they char- -acterlEe
all rlska 4n that commnnlty a"de- :-
oldealy nnBatlbfaotory." jegardlesa of their ":
character or atandiDg. ,
-PotSAFKITfflEAPSATISFACTDBY '
insurance, apply to - .
arreterreu aiucuat Aociaent ASSOC 'n. - . -
GEO. 'ALLEN & CO.,
S 4 .,'r'V'?' -1BiV ,
. ,-u uo.urtnx3 (Ua . r ' A
SpripgfieldFirelnWnce Co " -
, Offer eafe;'insarance 'oa Dwellings VX t
Ud Mercantfle Eisks.
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f Safe and reliable. Eas payment. , -
, . ' .-i "'' t'- n"1 -s'.
'. AlJ9r3i-A(jENTS FOR '
f h PeopIe'iMiial lifa Issurancis 11111.""
Policies payable at intervals of from -f
fire to seven years daring lifetime. , ,ve ;
Money advanced on Policies.
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Ferdinand' Ulrich,
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WHOLESALE GR0CEE
AGENCY OF
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HAZAED POWDER 00,
AND ,
choice Pale Cream! Cheesed
wawmiami nunww
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SNUFFS AT M A "WTTP A C
TURERS' PEIOES. ;
hi c;u SACKS,',
T. A . Green ' Old Stand.
NEW BEKNE, S. O.
SKINSEY'S SCHOOL
FOE ,).:
Girls and Young Ladies,
LA GRANGE, N. C.
jo?i:rn kinsey, peixncipai-
Fall Session begins Monday, AUgns
CO. 1-'?C.
terms:
Expense per session of 20 weeks, Jn-
cU(jllt; hoard, tuition, instruction in
niusic, vocal and instrumental. Ancient
and Modern Languages, and exercise ia
r.,i;.,i,,',, wi tin
Pupils will board with Principal,
horn please address for further particular-.
jyi4 dim wtf
J00KST0EE.
J. L. HARTSFIELD,
DEALER IN
BOOKS and STATIONERY
.School Books and School Supplies
a specialty.
ai co. Sua?. Cigars, Tojs, Glassware,
'rockery. Fi.shing Tackle, Etc.
ne door south of Loftin's Bank.
Very truly,
J L. HARTSFIELD.
J. McSORLEY,
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKES,
POLLOCK ST., NEWBEEN, N. C.
SATISFACTORY.
I'bP.UVTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Pension Office.
Washington, D. C.,Sept. 16, 188C.
MR. J. McSi.'l'.LKY.
AVtr Berne, N. C.
Sin: I tin close herewith draft for
:;?,"o, in payment for the shoes. The
style, tit and workmanship are satis
factory. They fit me better than any
. - hoes I have had in twenty years,
Verv respectfully..
V. E. DCLDU.
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