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KW BERK C. N. C . MAY
(tun4 11 the f04l oc it Barm
SOMF. of our State contemnoi ..
ne are already cutting guberna
torial titular. It is t"0 early. I'n
less pnt through a process of eieo
sotiog it will de '.li Nf're :le
builders are ready for it.
leader wa at the same
didate for 'ongress .hi-:
intluei.ee in I'avo: oi i
v v 's opjH : . e n ' . I; i:
the Knights ' y . i a '. .i. g
a T 1 1 . x o ! tin- 1 (.;: i
Th I' - a-' :.. .-.
t he in ; h a ' : ; . : . a '. .- - '
C.Jfd !' i tin- ! '.::' :
Tin I.'. ;:; .r.i i, ., . a
Hi. i a".. :is ;n it-.i .le i '. : ii i
i :ne a can-1 lorin
1 -ed his' Part
I i A I I .
i-.i ie. i
lit- 1 V-
: i - '
a' - :
THE surplus in the tr. astir-, at
Washington Citj seems to be ii
creasing. The government is n-w
ing richer and the people poorer.
What do we sent representative :o
Congreea for bnt to grapple with
snch qaestions as tixing raar nn
npon a baais to meet the w-.mts ot
the government economically .u!
miniatered? ITow to -.end the
surplus- seems to ovei'nadow the
more imiortant nnc u "i.e people,
how to stop it.
ocra; can.', ia'r.
.1:1 I '.ovcnifi u .'lb
: !.. '11 1 in I 1 -1 ' r.l : : 1
chouv : : i.i-a.
eta'::iied : ' !
the r : e.,!!!'-' .
:nc- r(w K inii
t ili.'ir 1" "!ii"
pt ii.!. ii" ".: -. i"
!'..; " in- 1 letc.o,-: .,: .
candid. it- - :i '
coin :na a
t it, altered iid 1
least i-hanged. a
Icat : -g.ir.-.-d. 1
vuluf.o.i -. : u.i
from 1 ledciai rtij.i- ; n t as. -
eri-.gii aa'ion.ii : . l'iie in--: fpi
tome ni 'In- v!n!i Mih.ert that has
eer h.-ci: .,:ti-red. I -1 1 I r : 1 1 tin- lip-
1 tin- in .
st a ' i'n . i-11
is the those times Wo had .uood t:me.-
il : is thecal bad tunes, bur now we do not
v a process regret our s'.iv :n the ihl ae.iden-.y .
aii:ormcd At liie-a-n: Mi Konieira . and om
n il frelll Hill 1 -.i -ll.lliL'i
u ho !
1 II t he
li 11 1 ueii ' I sou t hem pi
eu .! 1 - a" a' t he patro;
In- 1 a : iioi ' a in. .mi 1 iset .
il'thl I ."111
r 1 i , s; 1 1 .1 ei I
; . ' I. . li
: 1 1 .
11i1.11' a' 1 "iia: ie-'i-u. Th
are f-w. !c:: they a; e inn
I'OniiircheiiM'i e. and ihev
'. 'tii an explanation and v 1 11d1c.it 1011
o; t ! ie ae- m:i .if ' 1.- Southern peo
1 1 ' t . '!:-. I. una: ai : r : 'out . t he
nllls til:".e .1!:
ity and Me-; U
contain never ta:
of Kichl 11
The feminine barber of Wall St.
.s not having ;ui easytime getting
into business. She has a few cus
tomers who like her work and rc
comimuid ln-r to others, but there
is t'.o much i-ompetition i.fa low
order to make Mich an undertaking
ml I'es- ful. Miss ( ; nil U said to be
111 demand among invalid.- who ic-
ipiiie considerable ki!l and gentle i
ne-s. At one bed-ide she was sol
I V WILLI M ri.vi i.tlT'
Between the cradle an.l the grave
There's many a lonely life.
And many and many a household sh
The burdened rhild and wife:
Hut midst the sons of toil and grif .
Carowoui within, without.
Thei-e' one. t f drudgery the eln.-l
It ia the Koustanout--The
rtilfei and Irii-Lei. tlif tried and
'i'ho luckle&s fioustaliout '
William ti Oliver,
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE, ARIDENT INSURANCE.
C JNNEt'TI' ;i T M I'll AI ,,;!
(."UNHNENTAI. . i ."m-w , rl;
.-ETNA, of Hartford
TRA VELEh'S. of HarlforU
ANtil.O-N'F. aha . of San I ran.
HIBERNIA. of New it :. u.
1 . s Mi ri-Ai. .'V ii.!:'.":
Ell K AMi AoclllKNT,
i:a . :li ;
( ibsei va:."
tr.iVi 1 d tin
tor' i- ;
I : t . 'I bee. i Hi 1 '
eon taming a ma 1
The result n! th
' ie .'l.i'lil. o ' ll e
.11 ill M! '
', 1V1M 11 men
1 ' 1
1 of tern
h 1 1 -1 1 1 1 a '
la s: .Ml .
ni the I u ltwi . and 1 ie: !e
i : In- w hi i 0 . mem 1 .el's 1 1 . ..
ill 1 i.U: e
: he ai e
e. : ei 1.1
! e r
Hi "he i'eg:
I :i 1
:.i'e- were tin
1 eiiel a'. ( 1 ovi-ni ill
111 ,1 ; 11 g
! h'm 1 11 ; n 1
w as , re versa 1 01
1 '.-.l.-r.i 1 (ioern-
the eieatie ot
oeiiig as it was
t he; : ' t ea" ui e.
Nil". 1 ..1 mar. ; he
1 lea' -I - ol the
ai',:: :i 1 1 the
ci Ilineli' v a- ' :ie 1 1 ea-
1 large maioi:t of the
I u lT-o the 1 .'del al b-v
du' hi 1
II t I Hi ell t -
e. Mil III ' 1 II .
1 1 . -!
r 1 '
( ; n
l al'le ex: ent
: 1 ; . e 1 u . 1 1 1
N ai.e c
. a I - . 1
1..' ei tin
.1 V, .:
NotwiUutaadiiiK th fact that in
dependent earned New Berne, it a
plemsar to note that they elected that
tsunch DemoorM, E. H. Mealoi.
Esq., mayor of the city. Mr. Meadows
raa at one time chairman of the Dem -emtio
execQtlTe committee and worked
faitbfally for the partv Ktaf 7, ,-,-, i
rlt. ir. Meadows was also chair
man of the Coalition executive
committee last year, m whuh poi
tion he also worketl fa 1 th tu lly. w ; h
a prospect of doing real good for
his county. It is a pleasure a'.-o to
note that the same !od that
elected Mr. Mkadws mayor.
1 A & 3 4 w .-. f- ..tnnn.li Hiim Acri 1 nil 1
tieviru mni aianu' n i''mv ' " i (nmJi: ,cs
one-legged Confederate snider.
Silas Fvlchkk. elerk and tax
collector. The iry marshal and
police force are also go. -1 Pemo
eraLs and god oftit ers.
A M Klin v n ( om M VIM V I n
( V SHII's
M I II I
nme;i- h 1 1 1 der i v f I ,i 1 1 t he i ovi rs us
.-legated in :t b the ( 'on -1 1 1 U 1 1 Oil on
'. t. i.,. I eter- : lie
ira.:.- held " ui -e iport
;t b t ne Vet I n. be-, vi inch
u los si nee the war. a n d
oioposes to the merchants and
people ot the shore eon 1 1 tie- to make
,w ed'oi: tu re.o'.er'liat eoinmerce
w;!h i.Tf!;n ',
enjoyed by in
w h lei i : - i 1 U I'- oy
i apt . Till . S
e;t . than horn
shio bu;1 ler :n
ol t lie tornier si
" s 1 1 i s ; e ; i M a : 1 1
i. ire I at hers and
i.iiei it .nil'' .
1 1 1 .v t: i '. "los
here ;s no i ; ; -r
- he enan'i . can
pp;"g interest ot
:" is appat'eii" to
I,- '. -ss of the car
lis m i : a ui o : t lie
1 el. ; a: (
tor .e i large maioi:t of the teience lleie
ii 'eh! llnl
l ! 1 1 I il .1 .
ii. -ui the State-: , !-'! a in:i!"ntv pr.n,; n-.n. bu' e
it t ne St i t. s del i ved all I heir 'i' 1 1 ro . ( I u " ; 1 1 . .
ers and attributes as States tiom cell. tr. Mrs. 1
Congress under :iie Constitution, ist. Mr-. Ki' e
In IT-'i ;ie peojile ot the I nit'-d son. .Mi. Ed. I
States Here citieus .. State- origi- made up tin- ei
nally sovereign and independent: We --.ipped
in 1 si; l a vast majority of the peo- Silas fiiteis.
pie ot the 1 ' nited States were tit i t--u-:hei w .th t
.ens ot States that wei- originally wile. i- p'
mere dependencies oi the federal we '.-a ' '
( oivertiment. which wa-the author home,
.tii.l avit ni t licit political being. The ci..p- :n
W ith all these forces on the side ol and -how i
the 1 iiion. leicked by a minority of tarn ei - .ue w
w ; ' 1 1 u : 'ie
I i a as '.,.:..,.
el III ' I J I ill II oil
la .sue. ie "il"
1 1 e 1 y -ay
i wlieir cii i p
'cell 1 'efol e P 1'
1 1 1 1 1 1, a II f ill
i gia.II. The
o I s I hat
a 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 M : ill
r that th, ie
ll,- ! n ib.- i '
i . , w .
1 .in itinerant
a ii,-: ..u.eei ing
' ie Uece--ai"v
much more deft than the nurse in , ,
aiienuance, tnar sue was i minced t,,ii c iNNI-a'TICI "T Mi Ti At,
;l to remain toi a week. !ut she is ' Ero-t-bitten or sun-browned Has paid to its Policy holders
tint determined to establish a Inrp-p ton- ' The drudg-p of all. through muck and CONTINENTAL, of New Vmk
niiil business. M;iv good fortune
- '- 1 "
1 Jl I I H il I IjIM.
.Mrs. (leorge Could iteo .Miss
1-idith Kingdon, is said to be hav
ing t he jollie-t time of ;uiv bride
that hits lately bpen led to the ul
' ai . --1 man led m husband be
cause he was himself, and not be-
. oi ,- he w.i- .1. Ci on ltl's son."" she lie's lieia today, tomorrow roni
tool mi old acquaintance. ! have 1 ,,n hetter fortune bent:
enough t blue fnends to giveme : nnl fs h, JS '"ln'1 RU,Ters "n'
.i.l . . , , . Hut never saves a cent.
.i,, i in- MM-iei i eiiic i oi , ami tins j-or nj
In every nook lie's fuund.
There's dignity in every trade.
And honest worth, no doubt
l'oor soul hrs reached the fevr-l
A battered Roustabout
Nu l.niivo, nor K-amp. no luafer t r.i m
A hopeless Eousrabout.
.ETNA, of Hartford
Eoshps paid in C.s years. "'.
ti;a'1-;i.f.j;s. of ijanf.,r-i
I.osnes )ianl in '.' I V'"ir.;. ;'r.'
H1HEUN1A. of Nt.'w iile.-m-AN'iil.'
C i i, - n i ., i. -e
,f my I imi',n -..
Ni.ttM.ii -. . N .
.1 N 1 . IKK7.
- si; (iiti'i. 1 s
i n Horn e
'm H. OLIVER.
'. :e I!
, , lie
iieing excimied horn the
iS t he stllliidesf gossip.
: 1 1 ,t
i : n ,
w In is,"
i i : o ! i i
i 1 ! I a ii'l
ol 1 II ' I
i n tei est
that ,- .;,
N o ; t i i
There i little railroa t running be-
twen Hillsboro and Chapel Hill. .(...
u distance of ten mile. It has a presi
dent, three rice-presidenta. a secretary,
an auditor, a general traffic manager, a
ireaeral freight agent, a general ticket
agent, a purchasing agent, a superin
tendent of motire power and an assist
ant general manager thirteen ofticers
in ail. It is aaid that when the tele
graph wire is down the officers string
ihemaelTea along the road and all mes
aages are passed along by word of
We clip the aUive trom the I'-al-
tiinnre Sun' '-current notes and ma:n,
OwnO'l in i;,u: :m. re. ncw i
New r.enie. and .' i
every one ; iiat ; in ',
i : a lT trade ot this
S'.ate has ;.e.-n a seram- blow to
New I'.erne. l in n, iiei no-i chant
owned the ships iha cained "he
commeice ni;i:-i' and and
from foreign ports: the step- w .,
builde l and . epa r,
shipvanl-'w here a la
hand- were i ons- antiy einpao
and "he jirofits ,. the bu-:iit
helo to swell the wea
This has all been changed,
steam has supplanted the s
-el : oik coas'wlse trai'e
v steam ves-cis w n
ones County Item
i.e in ' e
:n : icr
The onlv news
I V ' S
s a railroad running
rtrcen Hillsboro am! Chapel II d.
CONDITION OK SOETMKHV f U'.M
same go '
t hose ci t :
para t ; veiy
1 1 : a an'
i . 1
lie w e.i
".. a .or.
. i -1
g i ',', , 1 1:
' ' .i n e bel :e
were a' iea-t
Dr. W. L. .li-NKs. e.i.
Suthcrn Aa, :n rep'.v
r&spondent who present
tietnre of the conil;":..:i
eru farmers, says:
As to the actual condiu n of south
ern farmers, it is certainly better than
it has been. They are frer from debt,
their places are better equipped, they
are farming by better methods, md
with better implement, in a hotter
way. At least this is rnir observation
We believe this is true as to the
farmers in this section l or three
years the cotton crop has been iui
abort nearly one tKTrtT, 'Tnl this has
served as a stimulant rather than Tin
dtseoaraged the farmer-. As a bu
rule tbey are manuring more w:th ing
home made fertdilier-. cul: i ating t he
letter and diversifying the cros. : mode
t f eour9-. there are .""t farmer-, m,'.
as there are jxt editor-, d.s-'ors. s:eam
liwvern nd merchants: bu'. as a c ei , . !ia v. 1 u in Oer. Ie
rule, our farmers are becun ng :i"'v i an ;ed b sai1 ves-.d be
more practical and are using more ( Southei n and Northern poi
inrelligence in dire t:n art.iirs on we se-- ti" reason 'dpv io;
t-xrn, the XN es" 1 II d . , - - h oil 1 d !
lin a t a lu
The reorganization "t the as good r -: . l'be sug .r. coib-e
(iraDfirs wdi creatlv aid thein in mola.--j-- and . 'ncr articie- '
rlna lin The iiri:ini.-:i! ion IihiII.t imr' t 1 1 a ' Wei'e lornnr
bomoge neons in its character, it dn e-: : N'--1 Ib-rn,- Aid ;h,-r
Nor' h i ' iM'liii.i s,-a
lore t he w
A"', or t,i;
mi-take our peor e made ai'er the
war wa - fai 1 1 n g accept t he tie" "t -der
o i' thing a ii 1 1 to li.dd on : lie: v
carrvinp trade by ! fames . l 'neir
imi'ovenshed condition may lure
prvcuted this: ,tt an. i ate : he
profits ot this Ausiness h ive betn
0 s : to on :' peo; '1 e and ' is a
an this trade be leg. lined
what the I'.'i.ni.r, iiroro-es.
v oi r." urn-
State Governments, with their re
served powers. ; was a natural
couse.pience that the unity and in
tkAgiit oi the I'n.teil States a- a
sovereign nation should be estab
lished on the battlefield: that its
lovernment should come out of the
oontiiot with a pre-tige and power
greater perhap- than any on earth:
and that the eleven minority
States, atter a resistance as heroic
as recorded in the annals gf Greece
ami Home, should succumb :.. over
Yes. they succumbed to over
uhelinniA forces, but the never
entertained a d"iibt of i he right tub
ne.ss of the cause in whicli they
weie engaged, and no true man
amougthem entertains any doubt
about it today, whatever he may
ha ve t bought of the expediency of
;t at the time the war began. Dis
aster did not change their con vie
tions. although it may have verified
their apprehensions. The very
fa.: that, from .he '..'ginning, they
confronted these overwhelming
numbers, backed by unlimited re
sources oi , very k:nd. and fouh:
them to the b-.tter end, achieving
splendid vi. -oi it- over them, and
only yielding when completely ex
l:a:.sti'!. ;s the most conclusive
evidence , ; t ; bcir earnest . on ie; ion
ot the rghtfulnes.- of their cause.
N,A even their former enemies
deny tins, and tin- whole world has
acko' ledgeil and applauded then
hero:, valor, and splendid aohie"e-nient-.
Their fan.e as soldiers i
secuie; it is our duty, our most
sacred duty, i see to it that ti ie
nun: v of their motives, the mheg-
. ., ,i.... or.,1 tka COttoll
iN Ol Llieil IJLIIUIOU1, tiii'l LJ
legal and moral basis of their mag- s. Mieak ti
n.ticeni struggle toi i ndeiendence en'eicd ;ln .Mimk
shall be ai thoroughly vindicated ion. -, ho live:
.iu.i established. This canii.d be Coi e Ci.-ek road,
done m our children are to be m tne ooen av
- i , i, I. A e
1 he I v. : d
I I ill I i . 1 1
1' A.- ; i: .
ell i s;iit ;
I s : , , i : : i ; : ,
I hem h i
i"! i a i s. an
a ! u ,-n '
, ' Le !m
1 1 g
s ;! ,r
. o . II
1 i.e he. i'.
Trent : a , i
M i . i . (
Mr. das. i . 1
danei'o -ly s,, ;
p.lst . ' - s, e.C ;
colored III ill alu
.Joseph A . sin : I
finest g.u den w i
season oi : i.e -. .
We ale l,.r :
I he 'oil i won.
you: .. i i'ili. . s
Vi 1 lie-t filet 'A i
cm. , damp -pi .
i lie . u :. m i
;',.. dwell. ..g -ai
.1. '. Wv.il. n li
W e nope otiie; .
and had t lie-e
nam" brri; "
line ! n; e
a : 1 1 w . i -
s. Mil e '
' i I e leel li e
-Ik a:.d K'M
I .on der m : .' !.
Iv sbo. ke,!,
w a- ou:nl
tiled el aid
I .o W i - n : ' I k
Mv sii, ;t. could not be bettered.
Mr-. Gould mi-Jit lieihaos umAe
w tii U opi 1 1 I V his , ne 1 l iilli lief
. I.i . iii He an: hor, --What's banished
. bu: -i t fi'-e 1 1 till dail contact w Ah
. the ; lungs 1 loathe."" In the mean
time then- is no brighter face to A,
I 1 1 ui ml any w here.
Much 1 a 1 1 1 1 is bei ng loiind with
i -I . ( o nib 1 because ol his bad memo
i . and it ha- been suggested to
loin that a course of lessons from
, 1'iiA l.oisette would be ol ailvaiil
,ip'. I heie I-one especial --Clack
I r 1 1 ' thai si mi i e pi -oph ale
.Ai Mulls lie simiiiii recall, as Wf-W as
-oil,, alleged Iiiilliiplllat lolis ol tele
giaph stock. Cut the railroad
km -miles blandly, and continues
to op. n up loads with the old time
Heal lless and di-patcli. I'.ut there
aie Linkers, ami pioinmeiit ones
too n I'roi. burette's school, and
they ate not confined to New Yoik
and immediate vicinity, lor les-ons
,ii- given by coi espondencc pi.-i as
-uecesslully ;is by lectures. Mdi
i.ijs w ho forget easib oi who have
im no home in welcome -inib
No haj.py children shout.
c. 1 ..ft, too oft. the Khiss l...jil...-
Tbe lonely It oustbout
11 .-ind , r st ill . i;o where hew IP
I ui- k ! i'-s i;. m-tabaut.
I I .- in .uied Ijiaite -f will defend
iid pl'.io dt-r mercy's claim.
nd yet to man disfirove a friend .
h-hv a hrother's name.
hi. sons of labor, small und -renl.
V ho i-umd for manhood ntoiit.
Hail him a brother when 'on im-, t
The work worn Uoustaboiit --Th.-
battered. blnlE'd the fi-do-d :md
The lni-lAe-s ICoustaboii t.
'1 he 1 low el t h .it b 1 " MM III I h.
mo em a ti ' - in f -. . t f the s-i one
A i ;t l.ia e :,,thll!
'I v in -. Em
1. 1 do with ( ; ribaldCe
h s a e im; i.i ni: or
A needed pi e I el'el
0,1 II t I i i s III A Ii KM 10,
by 1 'loiessor ( hai le
ol I lai ai d ( 'olleee.
I A inel l-
,s e pressed
Gentlemens Furnishing Goods
Consisting of Ibllnrs. CulTs. SI, i rta - lau n, I ried )in.l unlaundried ITnderwear.
Siioi.cn. ler-. Half Hose. I.i le Thread Clovea. Silk 1 'whrelltw. etc.
A I'ai-y l.n.. of Neat and N..l.!,y N.-.-k Wear, in otylo and prices that excel
'')n,p'li: e e- I I, airlu 1 i f i :t-Mi. atel am ,A
No i 11 t: rM . . !. - ' IfA'ti' e ' M ' A ' ' e ' V . A ,
sto I; .
Till i I
'd to hhmlitir hij)i prices,
a Ma nn from the. handseme
I f yon u ant :i Siul ol , lo I,
that with t he exeei ifioii tol't he willow
our own I ices are superior in Muality not Kan'' "n tlu' "r,lpr l,f i 01" ''""in
o, I i U I,. I
m,' ai on- e
to those infroiliiei i into .New laig
1 1 . . 1 1 1 abroad.
A new .aiiable tai has been dis
cie, eled ill the esn-tellat ion Cassi
opeia. Ii-color is a decided oi ange
red, ami between the beginning of
December and the beginning l
. ,ip in ' utility, do
r i n price, all new,
Jiy 'ion; r.i uats Knocks all other- hlii p
neat, frexh. and the latent style-. Ah-,,
HrvCood- Homespuns. iinKh.-.ms. N.,t e v.r.i 'arpets - , fact a general stock,
from v. hi.-h everybody may select, at U ,.:k riottom Prices. Iny7 dwCm
i . u e
iia : ,
meet Al A
1 1 mi : i 1
M r. A . 1 i ley '- . hole
stroyed ai a v. id li a e
aR.ftl . W c heal ' i a
Mr. ( le 's .say ! i:.A
tb.d neat In : he who!
field w a -lied ,1
d A. ng
a ;u a ge
i was Al
io pi 1 I A e i
appe II ei
. . I
a ie a i lay -it-;
w een tw
t :s useless :o think ,.
o t he s. . . 1 vessel to ;
bulk o: the coast tr.u
t Transport a ion :.
.o -! , i w
'.'. . ; h
taiieii tnat tne rigu; wa- t', ni- loin , clock", atut carrel
s;ve! oil one side in the war. and seveial pie, e- ot h.- lum:.
thai th-ii fathers had torfeited -u 'po.-e t : lend Mortotiw.i b
their citi - en sh: p. even in their own to keep h ,s meat hoiise Im ke
( ) u ! v
will bring them together, and the
successful farmer coming :n cou
tact with his neighbors wil! diffuse
knowledge that will uiteu e as
good seed sown in gid ground.
The greatest imperns that can :e
jiren to diversitied farming :u the
Soarh now is t" create a de ma ro
tor agricultural products; and to do
this we must have mannfact m. ng
Industrie. livery town should
have one or more factories to em
ploy a portion of the people no
would become consumers in-read of
prodneers of farm products.
A b a , A N w
- The f.,r
i " . In" r i,a" a
n.-ld , I li.lla-s
toi: . S . .' . . s ' men h w lie: e :
. j ue.-' ;oi. .A icsii.v Cj'.ng the A ir.ci :
can mei hair m a r , n w as.it.scu s-e-!.
and : he -on" heas' .-r u ' 'rancii .A i he
op:, -A regain
now and :o a ':
i r Halt m- :.-A-eti'
"ti -o "
w i - : , . -1
at ion 1 Si i
m . n g t .. i : ,
;.-(;.-. 1 1 e
i ,.i .1 . e
i 'ongr.-s .,- i -M
; o ; i k prompt s ep- , a
pr,e t- in cii f ot oi i r am e , gn c - mi
b the e ' e II - i on ol tne In e
111 1 r n e of The I II 1 ! ed States
e All -i
e I' I
V AIMtKU. A 1
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N" a oak: : '
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it oi .ill
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SM 11 II KI
,-s he fill:
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THE OF LABOK-IS IT
A FOL1TICAI. 0R(tMATIo
The Statesville l.anduunk says
eoasiderable interest i- felt m the
1 neat ion whether or not tiie
Knights of Labor in North ( 'amlm.i
is a political organization pur- and
simple, and it concludes, after
citing a few facts as to their posi
tion in past elecrions. that their1
stata in relation ro politic- :P
probablv not be detiaite! deter
rained until the -reneral el. -.a on
The r.andat i b.i.ses rs ,-, ,n
dnsions upon the following fa. -
la Blighnd Durham lnt rear they
TOMd in a body with the Republican
La lh maaicip&I Jcttona tn Asheville
nd Sta(Till laat k they did the
tarn thins, but in Raleigh. 1'urhic:
and Charlott thej diridnd.
Laat fall election indicated
that the order wu nothing more nor
lea than an annex to the Eepublicar,
party; thia spring's elections, taking the
Slt over m cn Ua,' the mattrr
To oar mind, if the alwve i
proTe anything, rhey prove that
the Knipht ot J-iIht organization
is not an annes to any po.Aica
Iarty, oat u- memot-r- a.e .,!. .i;i,,eh;, . s-i.tral . ed n .tiona! gov
pendent voters, and ill vote nr ernmetr. :u a... age .A do!',.,: wor
taeo vbom fhey tlnnk d b.--i shipping n- r. r:a -n. ;ud who .,ts
raard their iotersr. witb..u; r. - eeu only the w:dc c..:.tra- In-
to . . i i .i t ween i he we.,.: u anJ power o: one
gaidtoUa party to winch Airy s,.cU011(( he ,o:it:V. ,n, nie
belong. w we cannot under strUiri,ne ,.ven v .d t he ; her is
Atand wUv i Sratesv die they voted m danger t lorming opinions an,
jainstaneh a worthy candidate as arriving at concln-ion
res. bv the cime of : ebellion
A Southern writer, r. a reiA At
booh, characterized those who take
pleasure m rolling the word l.V-b.-liion"
under their tongues, a
hrt'l'i' i'rc'i t.eonle. 'fo those oi
v, en .them ho u..e the term, knowing
loAithe truth o; histoiy. . different
name may nereaiter ue .iiuuieu.
The onlv i ebellion, save one in
Ilmde l-laiul. that has eer oc
uired a. this I'onntrv .-ince the
; a.- . achievement oi A t.ieri. an inde
ppt-d pendence happened in rennsyl-
vauia. and was suppresseu ny a
Southern slave holder named
iwns :f.'Ih(iW - V.'a-lnngton. That other-
will oc ui ui the future history of
'..ui country I have very little doubt,
but thev will not be on Southei n
sod. N".. y that the ( '.institution
. has be cii cO changed as to create
only om- so ereiguty :n our land,
to winch S;at.-s and peopic arc
il.ke subject, the Southern people
will faithfulU abide by it ; but if
hat had been the claim from tin
tcg:n:iing t hei e never would have
been any American 1'nion.and the
' opport utiir t.. use the epithets
rebel' and rebellion.' and traitor'
: and -treason' would never ha . e
, arise:, for t he gra : i neat ion ol those
who revel ii. them.
I ii;- much J hav. i c't " ro i,e mv
d.ity to sjy on this occasion, at; due in;
i t.. the memory of tin' brav.- and fu
, true i..en who went, torth to battle an
I and to .be it: defence oi their tin
nc ,r l : uei U'- an 'i their
e . pt
ilc I , o vi-l u 1 a t . I '. A I g .
I in M ,e iol i" id si A si mi -
1 1 A 1 1 ' 1 M ' a : d I I; A I he fa I Inel S
;,.;:. -.;,-l; a I mill A 1 1 ii ! harvest
i lel.e e ' I e f m a lie, 1 1 ein ba 1
'. ,-U' and "I; i rd Tt llle-" so gell-
i .... , ,,i ta
, eo ; i-il s :is i w o
a .- ii : ic. lied Ml .1
o u u h i p. on : In
Sm it ii and w , le
, lie i Aid .a Mi's. !
I ii ; . n . M'b.e-. iei' ho m , in : he I
o a"A eu , i el Igioiis
l.-a ng Ion -mall ci o 1
- o luges' aged loui
il 1 1 the oi di-sl c i ghf y ear's
1" I ft 11 1 II h M :',d " W0 , d
iren d, ad. Tne silppo-A- ;
r : he viiiiii ,-' child was ;
i d the I :-. p'a, , d it 11 mil !
gr.A i pv :t.- i, ciin us. i
. ciidd ! c i 1 in the I
boy .-pi ang in toi
' h were drowned. ,
.' I'iiiin 1 1, : l'ai is I
dm :ie. v as t he on ly black man in j
Sh a i pc sbu i rr township who made1
. I V il i .A to sC l.ant- year, mid on." J
night last week a tinei broke in on I
hi.- ba con a nd stole lour o i t he n i ne j
tioulilc in remembering what their ; March its in igutnes- -teadily dim
t'Mii't political vi.-ws were at an v j ini-h.-d, so t hat its magnitude had
linn' will be especially considered become lb, as enmpared with si
bv th.- great memory mender who j wben hist seen.
deiights in heljiing Ins brethren of Ir. Daniel W ilson, the well
tlieiiuili. M iss ( , 11. Le J b'W, com-I know n Canadian philosphieal
pileroi r.ngli-h as She is Taught, " writer, ha.s prepared a memoir on
1 1 1 -1 -I , v e i ing u ha i this system had t he subject ol 'left -handedness, be
accomplished lor .Mark Twain, ha-. ; ing a h it handed person himself,
become an earnest and enthusiastic 1 He ;Ut ributesjleft-handedness to an
pupil. Thnnks 10 the hearty en-; except ional development of the
doi semenr ami co-operation of the j brain, and is willing that his own
above mentioned gentleman-, the , brain shall be examined after his
little volume aboe alluded toi-death.
having an immense sale, and i-i The highest weather observatory
confounding not a few of thebes-jiu Knrope is on the Sondbli. k, in
-US on the l.oanlSol l.ducat ion. i tl,n nsrrian nrm-itiefi n f ASn 1 -l m rfr
IS MAKINd THIS S1IAS0N
A Specialty of Fine Clothing and Gents'
Tvvi'-V Pver ,n the mo8t fastidious a the
LOW LSI I'OSSIFILI-. 1'UICES.
( Air Suits are stylish and well made, from t-isteful fabrics, and arc Rold at
Lock Hottom 1'ricpR.
, v,nr)ino0p1''l 'KNISIJINfi HOOPS embra everythinK that Gentlemen use.
In M'.i-k V.I-.A; and SILK 1 1 AN 1 K LLCHI KFS wo are exhibiting a line of
goods that are creations of the beautiful and ca titivating in their elegant eim-
, I 1 1 . . .. L. 1 .. 11 mui in, L .il ii,.i,iMiit; wrxlt'.IJ.'l li 1 1-1 i , .
nd other advocates of the abomin- ' al an elevation of ten thonsand one I nties a ml r ,,eh V r J"t iTaiV nuo, brow'n,: F,r ,Iat".of " ehaP68 flD
ble crammin, sv-tem Inch ob- : lmilrtrP(1 and s,VPnt ,.fioven teet Suaw iL;. aeBortment of
too. e the sea-level. It is exnected i uii Btock or 1 ( .O' ns and notions. Ladies' ..n,i c.ona-si, ,
1; ought to I..- that these loftv observing stations to euit the times and your pockethook. A La. boo' r..x.-d (Salter only r,9c
large majoriry Of ill one bav furnish the most vain- e,are BVi-l havmK run "n "ur : Keiiuin-. line French Calf k in Sho-8
that this Mishilliir.l,.. in.lh.at.V.n- for ,,rdiPtinl'n.LalB'an'1V,'?gress-uhlch.a!'e ai"knowledKel the nicest and best Shoe in the
l)A ID M. JUNKS of Per.u.t will l,e pleased to meet hU old friends and
, I ino'A
mo-; unreserved condemnation.
I'.ut as a .Massachusetts teacher
said to nn- last summer, ;YVe are
powerless. Obey, orders, or we
will till your places, wo are told.
And so as we have our livings to
earn, and nine times out of ten
others depending upon us, we are
compelled to appear to endorse a
system which is as deadening to
the intellect as it is destructive to
the body. If the mnthprs wonld
only wake up to this horrible state
of things, we might hope for a re-
fnrin " elitJ 'iililiid -anil b. tt.. miAlit
j-...' ' 1 1 . 1 1 ii. ii.v'i .'il 11. iui. iiiiu ; til..,
I 1 1 e Well
A' 1 1. lent
w !!. w I
I e - 1 lie '
Ul w liiel, lie relic, 1 t,i ri
il Ltd. Th glit of tin- gt,
s a. he
even ; n i he d y t line. :-
We -.iv .nioinied by en
.1 as. 1 . ,-eot t "s I,el. hb.es
Sc, At ha.s a neld of : i,: r y
line cot toll, w hich , - l:oU
Chopped on' and - d, A
says In- w .il v,aa 11: , : i,.
tha' it is : I.e lines" n
em Nor ' h 'aii'lin.:, am
('01 u crop -. I'el ; a in 1 '.
pri't tieSt he I'Vl'l -aw
I ,. it
N 1 1".
ii eel v
-el : a Ul
lure in November,
lsi.yiiPe election t.il ( leNeland.
li. W. .Lines, id I'.itawba county,
one of the many visitors on the
occ.isi.'A. w'mle parsing ' h rough the
ill... ,n i ...ui. ,.1 Mi- I
' v -ii, . . , , . , . , , , - , . ,
1'itikn- lei! n:o ihe ,.,-L . ,- tliei- ' 111.11 ueai ueiiguiiui
Taught'' is both
a comedy and a tragedy, and if it
does not start the thoughtless to
thinking, nothing ever will.
Nvm Crynkle calls Patti -that
dear delightful little old lady."
Is'ut he mean': Suppose somebody
should call N'vrn surelv he's no
eels. 1 1 1 ;
li aao : he eel,, r
iui alld Teke a
in town, t hi . nigh
ol t he y ea r.
polled ,'1 com :
lionie made, an
prep 1 1 ai g im
Idling up ii a ;,.
aut ll nl.
d del 1 ai r 1 n-
C Used ene
his ci ups are
;I)W .A c ci y
-' . 1 b i c s . '
se. -rd ci ui An 1 ..mo s the case came
iii' at las August : el 111 of "he
Super ;: !' 1 our! of 1 1 edcii county
and ! ie plaint . i'f tool, a non suit,
lie then -, : ed :n Ca t a w ba and the
1 alse Ca 11 , e up at the lis' i . -I in ol
peri'T coin ; nt 1 1
. e n-a
. i .
id Indus-1 , i
wAh Ho .
K : v i
pan. s aiciioii
Th:jr-ii ay irglr
t he; t-L'o.m .. i'.ui
as - ll 1 1 1 , i In ;
lift . pounds oi siiA .
of .M 1 . C. ( . C. : eel'. -.
;he age,,: . Mr VA aid.
that -nriii "lie ii id In
e I li e . s pi
e' the Neu-e
e.li.a 1 ,, '.A ' "111
a ' I I flit,, II oil
I i -a and I oi,
, ' I r, u I, . w ii i' 'n
'. i '.i ogih-n. and
'l'lO'Cl t V
A - c I Ac el
or hei on;
held U A lA
.III .ippe d.
t..r t lie :i.u
Lis-' w . i k I
,1 : . , 1 lie w,,
Moll, la . .
the I . . : , lig
Maow - Mi
ii I o w ii a , gllei I t hat
d 1 lint Im- sUCil ill .111-
.1 it.lg.: Micifgoiiiery
them and t!
ll t iii
M r C. II Armliel
I in; i I decided
i 'hele wa- e i for i I
i , 1 1
t lie : c and
svei , pi.ici
II,,, I Mi It!
tor As p.ii
t Wee ' i ! a e -.
i 'ol, a rr: : : -a
The ynUIl g II. an
Ulici r ! i.e l oir
amended. ,.i.d t he g
i- it ba- been d;i
the w a r - - , h o u e ve r
he contAiuaiiV near- denoi:
-: lie er i ot ; I.e -la e p. e. ,-r
has grou ;i up under ' in h
A 11 1 ;,'U
v e I iinen
II 1st er, d,
" ; i . y
- - wi.o
i " W , i '
joii."i. N.-w--Kit lilainl--Si li'ti'N
l l ull-, .V ' .
wan -In 'ro. M ay 1 ', Is-:,
i ai i a: .1. .ci:nal : We h-i; .ur
e .g tne ,.; her day on a trip to
ll'. ; 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 : s . 1; had bd-n eigiit ears
, -Mice our last visit and many things
have Ven done to beautify the
pPi.e We felt better and liapp.er
w b.-n , e tx-iiel. the bright, cheer
: : ;.o .-.s .a on; Lienjs and as.-o-cii'es
ai boyhood's happ. da; -w
;a'.ke,l oi the old days and re-
-,i ,e, 1 t ile old metnoi Ie-. 'e I, a I
"a.i" we w ei e In iy s a ga i n .
. a i c - - our last trip .-"Hit- hand
-i, me re-iiL n es have bei-n ei cted
; ii a;e! near the u.wi;. Among the
ir,"s; noticeable ,ne those jurt i 'V
Aoh:: I 'ran k Humprey, J . i.
L.oo:..e. Ceo. IL Venters .imi Nacy
Brock j'wo young men. w lose
names we ,b' not mention, have
e aoh a m-w but beau.'ilul dwell.ng.
r'nat is. --they have the ca-e but
have nc! caught th-- bird." We
I h it-Vi
i s in ,
in I he 1
e and Wen
: I , st i g . i ' . '
,a i r,
car lac, I
a bo A ,
I : ,
,M i . a
in i . n a ,
h w a - -ol.il
, i ovel "r i
Si I i.Ol III AIM I ,,-
I he old w oi
rn I :
,Ae,l III I . ,
hear i ili-i- i -c,
drew-, wo .'earn
heal; h and had
carried a In1" oi
smith shop, r.--on:
and fe, 1 h s
hear", took sum
bed a" 7 o'clock, and
clock si I'D' k was a .
A ml lews w san , . ee ! '.
a go.,c! iie"j'.b..:. a w "
.Aid. to , i", 1 ''. il had
t .on o i be , ;. g s ; ,-. i ; ly
man. 1 hi- worthy c
tw o daughter -a . . 1
and Mi-, b. b. Mel
1 1 1 1 a h , i - and a hi.-;
M 1 1 1 1 e w ,
h - n-ual
ay he A.e, I
i o : . . w e u 1
came ' , , !hi
a pan :n i 1 1
c ne. ei; ;
i w hell t In
. i ' 'A . s
I I (
al in n-1 .
hones! id C
1 . '
I 1 . '. e -
! lie ie, - ; , ,;n - 1 , e
- ' I II II 1 J IO, I ,oj
tin- ii ,cai car.
little old gent lenrari
squirm though '
(ueeii Kapiolani is profoundly
interested in every t hing -he sees.
She laughingly declares that the
great stores make her head go
round. The Ldiei-u is a good art
critic and has invested largelyiu
pictures and embroidery patterns.
She was delighted with the per
formance of Kvangeline in Uoston
and sent some lovely bouquets
i o t he pel dormers who pleased her
I "ok . t i.l, : .. ..nc i
r .1 -v i.iii. in . a 1 1 1 1 'i ii i , i giHHi-
was argued . Iiat,1ItMi v criticises a recent para-
' ' nrt-aiill Of'tiiine oil liidil 6l,i find
! -ays. "The tr nth is that shoes too
j large fur the ic.-t occasion as much
': trouble, as .shoes too small, and
ie colli t oe," w . 1 h is i i ,.i,., ., i ,,
ii i ,iu . i.,u!i:.i ,in- ' i-ii.uu-ti nil 1 liei 1
jpiide when they base only been
; trying to attain comfort." (Irant
Mul. bui I thmk these are decidedly
; excejitionai cases. Tiht shoes and
high heels haw destroyed mi.iiu a
i fine constitution. Intact they can
j beat seven leagued boots in con
veying their victim- to the grave.
My correspondent al.-o wishes to
I know if there is any shoe poli-h
that will not , rack or loughen the
leather, and if there are any black
stockings that will not disgustingly
blacken the -kin, or tuin gray and
streaked in washing. I hope a is
nof amis- to say that 1 always use
Haven (il'i-s, and that 1 never
knew il to er i, 1: or ro: I lie most
delicate kid. The line oil which it
contains prevents these conse
quences. Ihit then- is one caution
i which if will be well to observe'.
use bout- are sent out lor re-
j pairs, be sure to .stipulate that the
mender shall hot use any kind of
tain- in ninsi
said f,,r the
and cramming and sp.-edy promot- great weather phenomena
...j, , . .u.oi i. m.e .ui u ...;i I A miSSi0nar who
pupils, has always received their T.in 7.
having lived in that part of Alnca
a gn at portion of the time, declares
that its level has fallen fifteen leet
during that period. This indicates
a ory extensive and important
change in one of the great. African
lakes. J ts cause is not even con
jectured. The Kev. Dr. Walker, an Knglish
entomologist who has collected in
sects in many lifVercnt paifa of
the worlJ. has recentlv made ex
tensive and valuable collections in
Middle street, next to L. II. Cutler's.
"The Little Store
'Round the Corner"
lias doubled itself. It is square in sbapj. and square in its dealings
Our old friends have long been convinced of this fact, and it will take
only one call from new ones to positively assure them. Bear in mind
Kgypt and the East. In some parts i we are always able to put before the customer anything and everything
ot Asia Minor insect life appears to i we advertise ana at me prices named.
be as abundant as in the tropics, j Listen to the wonderful inducements we are offering this season, and
and wo are told that the nocturnal remember we have not the slightest fear of competition : onr prices can
noises made by 'the insects at I not te met by any house in the city. Why? do von ask? It is a sim
Kphesus equals "those to be heard P'e story and easily told
in a Central American forest. VV P-VV ('A SI I ' SPOT (' UIJ
New ideas concerning training! tYJ I . I VVi Jl. rl Ul LaIijII .
have cme into vogue among boat-1 Thus saving the time price.- and the cash discount, which is a verj
ing men in England. Formerly, a j large item. Our customers get the advantage of these in our very low
diet consisting very largely of meat : prices. Now see for yourselves :
Heavy ( nbleached Homespun, yard w ide, .V
Good I 'nbleached Homespun, lc.
Good Gingham, .". I'laid Homespun. .. The v ery best . abcoes, .r.c.
Lawns, very handsome patterns and good quality, be.
India Linens, from Sc. per yd. up.
I'laid Nainsooks, all grades and all prices.
Striped Nainsooks, all grades and all juices.
'olored Stripped Nainsooks, only lOc.yanl.
Embroidered India Linen Suits, only $2.50.
Beautiful C'hambrays. Satines. Ia'o.
Kmbroidered Satiric Suits, the latest and piettiesl novelty of the
season, elegant and very low.
Cashmeres and W oolen Diess Goods of all kinds.
' Percales, Dress Gingham, and Gingham )r,-.-s Suits.
r ; - 1 1 i . .e i . i . . , . - . . . ...
.Liaise niu tin linen aoweis, oniy iv, .ll elegant knotted Inilge
.. - il I s .i 1 1 hi i n I a ii i Mi i j, ii
si i i ; ,1 il - , Il I he I li A i d States
I y - ' i d c, All 1 lilies ' o ;o lllllll
I ,.i-t month the , , , rase was
was rigniiy insisted on. 1 his year, !
t he Cambridge crev. who rowed the '
I nivei sity boat race agains Oxford, I
were permitted to eat lish. puddings i
and desert for dinner, during the
entire course of training. Physiol
ogists now consider a variety of
food essential to the best results in '
training a boat's crew. Sugar with
pastry, however, is still forbidden.
Thepopularimpressioii that the
Lsquiiiiaux eat enormous quanties
of raw blubber is corrected by
Mr. John Murdoch, who has spent
two wiuters at Point Barrow, on
the shores ol the Arctic ocean, in
Alaska. He thinks it doubtful
whether the consumption of fat
among the Esquimaux is greater
than among civilized races, when
it is considered that this Arctic
tribe have no cream, butter, bacon,
olive oil or lard. He represents the
I'squiniau y. as leading a life of ev-
Ireiiie activity een in tin w inter.
bleached Damask Towel, only
Towel in the city for -Oc. ami
aige-t ami (inest Damask
or a : th, rate ol
annum. I mier
-I at ill g 1 1 lie su r-
; phi- : s .iTe.idy - 1 Th.ooo.ooo : under
' the new it s lA.OOO.OOo,
Ihe pi IIlClp.ll lea ; 111 e- . ' I the
pr f s! .it ellleli t ill,- All i n, -tease
Al tin- - d e I , i -1 I. h c a I e - o I -A.oOO,-
( ooo . a i i ei c ;-e in 1 iie bank note
c: i cilia! :, n o, a ii mi. ooo : 1 1 u r i i 4
, t web. e line a hs ihe sd er ce i t i li.-at e
, ire da; ;.,:, has . nc, eased - 17. ooo. -ooo.
and : he baiik-m.re circulation
decreased v." 'A i to. ooo : the m-i debt
has been reiltm,-,! I ,. ooo, ooo on j j f.
i ing t to - in on t h, ami iieari v m,ooo.
ot hi mi tar ,; ui ; n e f h, - n -. a I ea i :
m i eased ;
T ten n o'll hs of j
IIA ell ci with ten
ir hs ol , t-t , ar. ' lire im- e
i e-- ol goVer Illliell! leCeipt- "Vi-r;
exped,', ure- l,o thc.-ame line Lis!
' n .iboiA Toll M ll ll HI
Endless variety of Napkins and Table Damask.
Stamped Linens of all kinds. Louie Seal Is. Splashers, Tidies. Table
Scarfs, etc., with the best wash working Silks m nil the new colors, only
dc. skein, andthe very best French Woik.n;; Cotton, turkoi rut blue
I Qll,l Tpl.ltO ,1 t ill.. ., ,1,,.,,., , . I 1 , I " . .
, n i , i : aim n iiuu, ,i it, . I ui,.l , ,i Ul .
Nervous people who alarm them-i ' ' '
I Rick Rack Braid, full 18 yd. pieces, 5c.
J All linen Torchon Laces, 1 oc. do., yards, l ull line imported Torchon
; and .Medici Laces, very low. (ur Oriental and Kgyptian Laces are
' cheaper than ever seen.
j Ladies' Cape Collars, .he. and inc. Child's linen Standing Collai's, He.
j Ladies, Cull's, 10c. Lace Scrim, full width and beautilul goods, only
I He. per yd., worth i20c.
I Carnl iric embroidered J'.dges and Insertions, embroidered Cambiic
flounces, Swiss l'loiinces. Camtuie All (Im i- and Sm-s All Overs.
1 Ladies Corset, good. doc. Lubes' solid coioied Hose, lc. Gents'
k Hose, be. Gents' . Hose. Liitish. no .-earn-, !c. jiair. GcntM'i
Jlose, imported loutish, :'oc.
J'ants Linens and Cas-imcres id all kind-. A good l'ants .leans, ti'c.
Cents" Soft, 1'elt and Still Hats, and ask lor oui pine .Mackinaw Straw
Hat at .".oc.
Gents' nice linen Cuffs, only 16 2-3c. per pair.
Cents' Collars in all the very best and latest styles, and very low.
Gents" gauze Shirts and Drawers of all grades. '
Ladies' gauze and Balbiigan Vests from -loc. to bo.-., very tine goods.
rite o, llc.l
II I o
una in a
- ' o a
i easni y
V 11 :
ell t ol ¬
dest roy ers , ,
t he tendency
; i ii
i iiimiiiii a y ear.
;.(.;ell! -ate ' he
end, ncy .,1 the
t , i . a 1 . o n ot t he country
ins', an tly ac. 1 1 in u I at in a
h.ch it wall soon
he present met h-
1 1 , a t in c 1 1 1 to kci p dow ii. As
;i .,11,'v 1 m'f ! her,- wall be a
-11 1 'pi 11
to the cm il;ation and
:rd.'' We the tendency ! -eein e ami ;n
ai e orrv. but w e hOe they will be eiiti.,u a-ing a, - u : ,-; a ;a e I.-
-uccess. ul betore new year's day, cosibahd n.. .e c'.-.-tive cap,: d
because 1 s r. di b- leap year and hu that w u ' h.. - i-i . .. ;..v.c:d
the old maids and wid05T8wrll make in u.-e.
a raid win, h will make them di. ;.y. It :- a ike :.. - ;y : u.it in-
Tlu1 re are four stores, all of which v-;.to'-s and . i.-n':-:- ,.ie destr.y
are do.ug well and tin- merchants .-r- of wealth ' hey are rather -av-
are .'. W. Mili-. Syh ester. AN'hite cr- m v. .-.i' L an,. ..muniei s i
1 Humphrey and .In... ili.'I. The old labm an materia.. I ;- s.-ry rre
icademv. which has don.- much t hat a n i n y en , i.ui n,yei- an.
servcp for T his Section, looks weal t h 1 II e 1 st erne . bu t nvelitlons
in t he i
e a. it
r.v-4ivut.i.i-. .c... ....... ,i,. .....u -i.,.,i c.i-A ,r .li.l o, tlu ve.irs .'one bv. are ua.lv ami Inun
, lilt .'(mi UCI 11 J'TTVj'ir. " I I H I I .11' .irxivv..-. . - e-- - . -
glad tht their oppo-itiOi to him verv far fr0IU thr. truth, and are It recalled to ua. mind many .d re-mti wmch w,., ...a..,
iHaHy ikd. Nor can uujler- r0gSv umust. The government the funny ups and downs incident wealth less ep--i -,ve.
taad whT they aided the Kepubh- which" the foiiud.-i-s established, to school life. Her.- ne lejrne.l ot a rei son r a " ;;;:i
n. lAMt fall in defeating -o able and from which the Southern that everv sw eet has its lutt.-r ami c.nsis. 'in the amo.ni
eaiLS law 1 ueieun o -" . .,.,.1 ... . ,. .r.m. ti. ,r ti.r , no uleasiire without un 111 nr,.penv. b.:t :n
-e-Bcwat and hont an officer s ment und,.r uhlcil 'w1 no ,,,.. iain. our voung ideas were taught of valuable rrnir Ui...
tfaot. SWIFT GALLOWAY for sc- J . fc.m.hon bim.vlL .f how to shoot, but the teacher some- obtained Irorn the prop, r; y
iicitor of the ioorth judicial dis-inow alive, would not recognize limes steadied our nerves by a
jttlet: it waa probablj tecanso thei 'them an the same. The written ; spanking pro.ese. much praised 111
1, In, -I rg
I , '.'lie
1 ii 1 1 a 1 11 r
y a I , OU-idel .1 bie d,,' pais
e,, a ' Uliien' vanlls. win,,
doll.U - ol ; h, s.uile ' .11
-tract.-, i : 1 ciii t he eirciilal ill-
id the .unit 1 y at at nm- when 1 1
g 1 e,it 1 y ;.re. ie '' to conduct oui large
l lllcleasille 1 i.i.l.
1; .s remembered : iia. .Mr. laa;ne,
Sen a ' or She! man. and other hail
ing bepublicans h i', e predicted
ua, tlrs acciimulal ion ol treasui y
surplu-. 11 no. ch.A-kcd. is destined
to , i i-a'e a most -ei : !n..ncial
crisis. Nevertheless, t hese ieader-r.-fuse
to eiiieitain any propo
s;-ii I. A: looking to a ledilcl ion ol
Am tariii. w iii, 1. il will be .- en is
1 he indent cause of tne eiiancial
selves in consequence ol irregulari
ties in their jml.se may lind comfort
in some statements made by Dr.
W. II. llroadbent in the Croouian
course of leet ores at the Koyal Col
lege ol I'hysician- of London. He
declares that intermission of the
pulse, occasional or habitual, is
compatible with health and vigor
up to extreme old age. Irregular
ity of the pulse, ol nervous origin,
may occur in an etieme degree in
the absence of any iniluence that!
can be ii-eognied. and without!
ailecting the general health, or im- '
pairing vigor or endurance. The ;
lecture mentioned a gentleman, j
now seyenty years of age. in whom j
such irregularity has been very
marked for twenty year.-, and yet'
apparently indicates 110 di-i-ase.
Kr11.ua Ilrr loiitb.
.Mrs. l'hoehe ( hesley. Peterson. Clay j
Co.. Iowa, tella the following remark
able story, the truth of which is vouched i
for by the residents of the town: "I am 1
Tit years old, have been troubled with
kidney complaint and lameness for
many years; could not dress myselt
Be sure to call for our Ladies Worked Button
hole Shoe, only 90c. per pair.
And remember we have a complete
Ircssing. Colliers usually provide
I themselves with a cheap, unwar
ranted kind, and this is sure to
work mischief. Jn reference to
black stockings, there is a brand
of which I hear excellent Jesuits,
lint as 1 have never rued them I
cannot speak f.ioni experience.
Mr. Henry George i-said in be
very fertile in names. Livery
friend and acquaintance iii distin
guished b, him with -oiue title
that seems to describe him more
accurately than the name which he
legitimately bears. I'nder these
circumstances "trallon-inc cow" is
i ot -o mm !, of nn in-nlr as ir A Number of trues t s at a fancv NKW BEK'NK, L ( ..
'might soiii. Would that there ! dress ball in 1'aris appeared as -x- ! 'Ihe iinest and very best lents' Shirt ever sold in North Caro-w.-i
e more such cantering bovines. ! "earthuakers." They -were attir- Una enn be found with us, at only 7."c. Remember it is made of New
Mis. Twitchell's folio in. up of : t-d in overcoats, crush hats, and 'otk Mills Muslin, i'I hundred. Linen Bosom, Collar Land and Cuffs,
the contemptible Lliven, Treasurer j nightgown-, wnile .Ai. h cf them and hand made button Imhs. We guarantee them to be as good if not
oi the Amateur opera Co.. was carried a black leather hand-bag. better than any shirt ever sold in New Berne for I. (mi. If not so we
w.-ii done, and her kindness to one Ihe realism ot the disguise excited win reiunu tne money to any cr.atomc;- who is not satisfied.
of lo victims most sw eet and much laughter and applansi
womanly. Gallop c.iv p"d be not
ashamed oft by cognomen.
mi' of Ladies, Misses and
without help. Now I am free from all i ( 'hildren's Shoes of t bo very best tirades. We are at least .-, to r.O i.r
pain and soreness, and am able to do cent, lower on Gents' Shoes than any house in town
toLi f loo!wr )i,r sta,,ul ,is 'i1'" sanu oltl i,lace' ono
newed my youth, and removed com- lrom ! ollo( 'k 011 'itldle street, and though the store has been very
pletely all diseases and pain. Try a much enlarged an,i altered .11 ;;)peiirauce, it can be easily found.
oottie, oniy ,11c. at u. -n . uuriy s urug
I. JF. IVE,
Ask for Ives' Leader Shirt.
.). F. iv.g.
1 lie x lshbone : Leander
ymigot hold. .Miss Ktbel .'
don't lorget wish." Hthel-
I don't know what to wishA its of thia ereat remedy. Al! who euf-
rnn.i . t ;,, 11 tint t ii, o 1 iei u -rate an d v
nsi but positively refuse V, ill you, really; wen, 1 nopo
Leander gallantly 'Then I'll 1 fer from Coughs, Colds, Consumption,
i sir for you." Etheb blashingly)
w a r o
1 .'il a. -" nil
property . like unproductive mine.-, to take the necessary measures to your wish wi t come uue. x ou u
represents great .-ost, but m. wealt h. i,b v ia t e. - h ,;, X. . Mind pupa in the libary. Tul-BU.
itave Removed to tiieir
TWO STORES, SOUTH OF THEIR FORMER STAND,
And keep of FL.OUK, MEATS, COFFEE. SUGAR, 8YKUF8
Throat, Chest or Lungs, are especially ! MOLASSES. SAL.T, TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGAltS, iui
Kt? GROCERY lilNE, a FUIili STOCK and
A Gift for All.
Iq order to gva all a chance to teat it,
and thus he convinced of its wonderful
! curative 'powers. Dr. King's New Dis
Ilave covery for Consumption, Coughs and
joxv j Colds will be, for a limited time, given
j' , i away. This offer is not only liberal,
vol. i Kut- ohnn.-u nnliniindpil fnifli in tVift mer-
LOW PRICES for CASH.
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