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INDEPENDENT IN VH.TL THrN(
Torms 0H.OO Per Tear,
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY
A -' -
Some liavr plenty, some h.i e mon,
Ws have enough and so much to spare
To Valk to you matters concerning iur store,
WkicHta Qd RUbatanc is jot thi, that we haven't had any fair
ebiaiee sooner, to tA yoo, that oar new spring goods have come in, and
irEsTissBH befter we have sold a good quantity of them already, but
not enough to break the immense assortment In the various branches of
- tAPnyyPBlPM GOODS h the leading shades,
? kGfigliiDJiPonye, India Lavnas, Piques, Em
- - AjAnedipTtn Robes so on. '
. I : I C' VlMliiJ tfNotioM, Handkerchiefs, Buttons, Rnch-
in". Iraxlastinff Trimmings, Embroideries, Para-
l- i. n. in
a jim j -
for the ladies.
READY MADE CLOTHING in any puantity for
and bojs Plenty of Shoes at all prices, besides the well known
Ziegler Bros, make. Ctenta' Hata, Neckwear,
o forth. Pants Goods irGm 10 ctfl- VT JEr to t1-?.
Ptirnitxure, Pnrniture, Glassware and Groceries,
itt truth most anything needed that may add to your happines?,
which yon Will Snrely procure hy giving your patronage
to Yonr sincerely,
I1IS CLOTHING EUPORIUM
tola fitre Utalv occupied by Wn. Hollister, where with more Room to display
- wiwimmwei, wou
Mil. SAMUKL. Jbt. BALI.,
prpar-xi toanow ana
OnU' rttrnlshiBg: Goods,
Straw, Derby and Fur Hats,
Boots and Shoes,
Dry Goods, Etc.,
I AM SOLE AGENT FOR
1 1 BATTLES' ME3TS CUF SEW KB $2.50 SHOES
Tb oaly Saom sold In thla city that are W ARK ANT -KU
; tor tba Manoiactarsr TO UK and BY 41 K TO MY
CUBrOXKKa, Tls Every plr la Wimu4i ahouKl
UMf of tbea la any way within any reasonable time
give oat, I will apon ntani of lama-d pall and atata
bu(h lolaita or mr, iith kkvubd the Momt
or gitb AifOTHaa w pair n iichaioi. It la the
beat, aneet and eheapeat shoe In ttio wuria fur ihn
lOoey. Taey eome in
mil and toe Up
1 aava IMtlaalili
laeiUena. who have
an nf ihl h-n
aatl proBoaaee U the Bel.Cbeap8t and t &aeal v var
tOC Bha In the World.
iet aJ Inspection of
tion to all pare baaing from ui
Middle Street, at Wm.
'07 Spring Announcement 87
:T Uri ' 7 '
We wish to call the attention of our Cns
tomer and friends to our elegant stock of
Sprias Clolhing and Gents' Furnishings.
Our ' SfcV 5 nw nearly oomplete, and we are prepared to give you
GOOD CLOTHING AT LOW FIGURES.
Tt i a well known fact that our Suits give better satisfaction than any
you can tud in the eity. Why t Because we buy from the best houses, aad
when we guarantee an article you can depend on it, and any article that does
not rait may be returned and money refunded.
BLUB SUITS, $5.00 to $10.00. Our 1 10.00 Suit we guarantee fast
color ; if it fades we return your money.
Our line of $10.00 Suite cannot be matched in New Berne so tkey all say
Be rare and see us ix you want a suit of any kind ; if we can't suit you out
of stock we can order it for you. -
We have a usual the finest line of STRAW HATS in the city. Boys
60e. Straw Hata a specialty. Mackinaw Straw Hats t0c. up.
We-waSto eallattention to our line of MES'S FINE SHOES. SUey
Adams & Co.'s and Jamea Means& Co.'s. We are sole agents here.
Our stock of NECKWEAR is very complete, and is being constantly
Large line of GENTS' FURNISHINGS, consisting of Underwear, Sus
penders, H. Hoee, Garters, Collars and Cuffs, etc.
Trunks and Valijet, Btraw Mattings, Pin Straw Mattingi and Carpet.
Nice lot of Porpoise Hide Shoe Laces.
Do not buy before you see us.
H0WAED & JONES.
rar. War, War,
Xook Oxrt for tii o rivx
HAVESO JUST RET UK NED
A L&r?6 StOCk Of Dry
, , . ,- . , . r--i0 c,,0 :
and everything you can call for usually kept m a tirst claM Dry Goods btore, ,
I aa detnnined to open war againat rackets and nigh price. !
To prove the tame I quote some of my prices :
HiU u low u 5c.; nice hat for
And Shoe, 1 n aatonuh the natives
s, rm t- j
DU)D oow ir io.; dict ruituutiw,, vm; -o -
.r . i-.i t i ... ci. . qw in rrt T hvf larc- and well selprted
toek of Shoe, aad guarantee prices to
vkree Bice II and kerchief for 5c. Also a nice Linen iianakercniti tor oc.
also have a well delected line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
A good frtlaaiadcied Shirt from 35c. to 50c.
A largo and well selected line of Yeck Wear; Scarfs L'Ac. up to ode.
Look ai tbia 1 Why, I can give you
A iTice-'AU Wool Blue Flannel Suit, only $7.00.
A flood Diagonal Suit, Black or Brown, for $9.00.
Alao, a good liae of Carpet, Matting, Oil Cloths, Trunk and
V aljLte, .
Cum nan I Com i ill 1 to the Ileadpuarter9 ot the War 1 lepartment, and be
convinced ka( I jau
811 Yft Q$laV Cheaper
fvt we cannot enumerate ftl we have
The Celebrated Pearl Shirt."
itaiton. cim dj tmrp loeu
from eome of oar beat and Imut-
bought Itic -B.rrLKS MlloK. '
one palraa lone ai 1? nionlln.
our Stock and guarantee entire satisfac
Hollister Old Stand, Sign of Flag.
FROM THE NOKTFI WITH
rMjii-i'L -rt j. !
GOOdS, ClOthmg, BOOtS '
2oc: and for 50c. I can give you a fine
U liv T pin pivp Tnn a T.adiea'
i i ,1oa o m imo
suit the times.
Than Any Other ftoiue
Bishop Building, opp. Baptist Church.
A POXH BT KUTO LCDWIO."
D , u. rT . . .
Believe him not kooest, kxowe er hu
Who would im aught assail thy f rieud
i Though all the world thte friend of
1 thine decry.
i Trunin him i till, and give the world;
the lie. i
love that lives
on to the
Deaervee Heaven's royal gift
The world no boon or bleeiing can im
part Of worth eo priceleas aa a friend's true j
Of sacred power poMeeeed, this magic
Worki miracles for steadfast faith 1
Tarniahed it g-rowi if doubt's breath
pass it o'er.
broken once no art can it restore.
t? HUUU a tfem ,nlruBleu to wl tare
Guard well the treaanre keep its luster
Let the wide work! within its compaes
Be bat the ring that holds in setting
Thieone pure jewel 'mid the worldVOur purpose, and it is the line upon
Uox i which we think independent ncws-
W boee potent spell transforms ita grief
Art thou a begger of nil else bereft.
Thou'rt rich and blest while one true
friend is left.
H.Ht won the loftiest throne, thou rt
If no friend's heart respvml to thy
heart 's need.
'The late unfortunate King of Bavaria
was endowed with poetic gifts whichbe
chose to hide carefully from the world.
A collection of his poems exist in a
luxurious edition of but a single volume
aeaignea for the authors sole use.
The above lines area close translation
of a poem written by Ludwig's own
hand. This noem. inclosed in a plain
gold frame, hung above the writing-'
deek of the King's study in the royal
palace at Munich.
Frances A. Shaw.
HOW TO RESTORE W0RX01T
The following item, which we clip
from the April number of the
Southern Cultivator, shows that we '
have one lawyer
farmer who is :
willing to give his experience on
the farm. Several of our attorneys
are interested in farms, and a year sought to le done at the evpense
or two ago one of the most success- ofhe general pood, the chances
ful firms (we mean successful in ! are that such a journal will live or
. . , i die with the scheme it promotes,
the practice of law) engaged in , if not) afc best b(. roguized
poultry raUing, but all the infor- as ft mere organ, and languish
mation we could ever get from j through the years of its existence,
them as to their success was that a j commanding neither confidence nor
fellow on the farm lieat them so 1 respect. Another class of papers
. . . . , . deal in sensations, and are ever on
badly in racing the poultry-that thp qui rirf to fim or ioTe gonie.
is, be raised them from the roost . thing striking and scandalous, for
they considered it beet to quit the which it is supposed the public
business. But here is an attornev appetite craves, and in which they
f well know the scandal-mongers re-
that comes out like a man and . . . . . "
joice. The independent newspaper
gives his experience: move8 H1 an entirely ditrerent orbit.
I have seen, writes L. .!. Moore, : xt eschews identification with any
of New Berne, N. G, much written job or scheme, whether political m
of late about the best and cheapest otherwise, keering in iew the gen
plan to restore wornout lands, so I eral good of the community at
will give you a statement of my hirge. and seeking to promote' that
experience. In the year 18.S.J, 1 af distinguished from all other
sowed broadcast a plot of poor, ' ends. It recognizes the fact tha-woru-out
land with the ordinary I an public questions have at least
oow pea in the month of May. I j two sides,-and that the truth does
did not cat or disturb them in any , not lie wholly on one or the other
way. They literally "covered the j as a rule. It was long ago found
earth," and not a ray of the sum-. easier and safer to steer bv a star
mer's sua toueued the ground dur- than by the headlands of 'a coast,
ing the year after they were aD(i when the guiding star is the
pianieu. in January, isoo, i :
plowed the land with a two-horse
plow about ten or twelve inches
deep, thoroughly turning under the
vines, stubble, etc. I manured the
lands adjoiniHg this piece of which
i am writing very iieawiy , out ou
this piece l put no manure 01 any j whatever its ups and downs may
kind. The result was that the . j De ju tne nrHt instance. Its public
piece of land I sowed in cow peas anti usefUl character will at last be
brought nearly a bale of cotton to recognized, and from that time on
the acre, while the lands adjoining J it becomes a leader of public
did not do half so well. The secret (thought simply because it is known
of restoring wornouf lands is found to be honest and sinceie and to be
in this shading the land by sowing j 8eeking an end that will best pro
peas broadcast the year preceding ; mote the greatest good of the
plowing in the. vifcfls-. It is better ; neatest number. Ye find manv
than aid the oompoatumg ; thus we thousands of newspapers published
Bavo the. makingof compost, the iQ this country, and very many of
wear aad tear of teams, &c. : them conducted upon the most
liberal scale of expenditure. And
INTIMIDATING VOTERS. i yetr it is certainly true that the
The otatesvule lanamar. re-1
rtl.l V, nnwaan 1 . r n ' I
ecu ia,v iiu ui mc jtcww.ui.iih jl
colored men at mat place De cause
of their political action. They
were sorely intimidated and fright
ened by their dominant race be
cause tbev dared to exercise the
riehtof a freeman and vote as they !
pleased. It is a great shame that I
Leuch things can occur in North I
Carolina. Bat they have often 1 while an opinion ol similar value in
occurred. The main reason why so a paper of questionable character
few negroes have voted for Demo- j falls dead, because the public mind
crats is that they feared for atheir ; finds it difficult to regard seriously
lives. How long must badly dis-' the expressions of a journal that
t)osed, malignant, ignorant negro has earned no title to its conti
)nUies be allowed to terrorize over i deuce. There will of necessity
their fellows and prevent them j always be a class of people who are
from voting for such candidates j incapable of understanding the
and measures as they may prefer T policy or conduct of an independ
In the North there is a constant 'ent nauer, just as we find revellers
misrepresentation of the conduct of
Boutfaern whites in the Republican
papers. Wa quoted from a Chi-
Ceo parjer recently to show now
falaelv accused the whites were
Bat you never see a Northern ite-
paper complaniDg of Cr
eMuring in the leagt the intimi-
dating and bulldozing of colored
, voters Dy tdeir wn race wuen sain
I colored voters presume to vote tor
. Tflmcrat8. To threaten, scare.
ininr rr if ill m nrnn i wmocrirs is
i -"J . .
ftl 1 riErht in the estimation of North-
prn Itflnnhliean shoots if we mav
1 jralge Dy therrHuc. 1 ducted upon business principles can about the critici.-ms ot Longstrect
These criminal persecutions of , or ought to be led into wild freaks, ami Tecumseh Sherman on Gen
colored meu who dare to vote as no matter by what name they are eral Lee, I will say, compose yoni
they please should be stopped. If , christened or how respectable the selves; there's no dangei from such
the law is oowerless to protect snonsors hanoen to be. An inde-' assaults to the lame and character
K - 1 I I
them the white men should organ-1 pendent newspaper proves its inde
ize and resolve that this is a lree ; pendence by keeping aloof from
country, and that all free men of the bad and impracticable or mere
every color and condition shall ; ly selfish ideas ot men or of pai ties,
have the right to vote as they ft looks for the good in all parties
please and without peril of life or 0r movements that all'ect the pub
property. They should protect the . He, and does not hesitate to advo-
weak against violent aud bad men.
A free ballot should be a guarantee
of all. IVif". Star.
The canvassing board of Craven
county, which was composed of
both Republicans and Democrats,
in canvassing the returns of the
last election, thought that under opinioc was lest appeased by pan
tile Code which authorized them deriug to its prejudices ur capnees
to judicially determine the nnmber ! the "organ" nourished and
. , , . f, t , , , ; the independent press iw rather
ol legal ballots cast, they had a t3lerated than aooroved. It was
; right to exclude a box where there
1 was unmistakable evidence of gen
oral intimidation. Eat the C.enoral
Assembly said, ant. in tuee words
i bat in 8ab3tance the same, it makes
no difference nnder what circum
stances the ballots arc put in rhe
box, when found there, '.hey should
be eonnted. And we believe the
Star said the General Assembly
1 XI) E P EM) EM NEWSP.VI'EKS.
The Italtimore Sun, which h.is
jost celebrated itn semi centennial
' birthday, has a very sensible edi
torial on The Independent Newg
papers," which we copy in fall.
The course here marked oat is the
one that the .Iotenai., since its
birth at Kuiston near nine years
ago, has endeavored to f'oKow. It
may be that we ha e not kept
strictly on this line all the while,
but we know that sueli has been
papers ought to be conducted. We
commend this editoiial specially to
our readers in New Heire. I ' r in it
we think they will lind ; he reason
wh we cannot espouse the caiiM-
ot'a faction that has simply cue
purpose in view, which chiel!y is
victory over thr opposite faction.
Wo recognize with the kindest
appreciation the many testimonials
of trood-will that wei
eiit to meet
U3 a( (jlt3 time when "o
nrnv. . , i-
fimf ,h nule-pot. 1.
confidence are plants of t
in all departments ot nasi nes, ami
j more especially in these pursuits
where those wlio conduct them aie
l)rougijt into frequent opposition to
the cherished purposes and plans
of others. A newspaper, like an
individual, must ouiid siowav in
m, 1 ror-tion hnf h
son why it should not build surely.
if it is honest and sincere in its
course. II it seeks only to advance
the interests ol a party or a taction,
or to build up some puitioular en
terprise, aud especially if this is
public weal, it is idle to waste
trine over the changing shore,
which is more frequently skirted
with breakers and rocks than with
safe and navigable waters. A
paper so conducted must win
njc confidence in the long
in the long run,
numner deemed renaoie and lookea
rt f. .. s .1 1 1T' tK., rhnn rrht fill
up to iui i.ouu.sCi tj mv , uuu i
public is by no means as large as u
ought to be or might be. W hen a
newspaper becomes a teacher, as
well as a mere dispenser ot news.
its responsibilities are m proportion
to its rank iu public esteem. An
opinion expressed in its columns
will not be apt to 1 a 11 unheeded.
! and scoffers at everything good or
sacred in the world. The partisan
1 is lost in amazement when he finds
a tournal ot good repute seeing
political movements to a different
light than has yet dawned upon
bis vision, and if he happens to
pose as an enemy of some public
wrong, which his feeling or bis in-
i terest has unauiy in.igiiiiieti, lie
I m despair at the moral ublaputy
I of those who hold aloot lrom bis
ohnn-p . w urn arp nn ire a s n a rrn w
v.v,,,.. -j. -
an d Hellish, as a rule, as auv he
, would rxirrer.f. No naticr con.
' cate such policy as promises, the
best results to the general welfare,
, it prefers the position of an adviser
' rather than that of an advocate:
but when tne interest oi the public
demands it, it knows how to enter
the lists in defense of the light.
There was a da, when public
the novelty of the day at one time,
iandhaito wiu its spurs. l!ut it
coiKjnered its ; I .i ci in public , ti
ination slowly and snrel.v. Mid sn
hmg as it is true I o its inisvion. -uid
keeps steadily in view the public
welfare, it will nut ! call, d um ii
ti abdicate. Sack li:s b-t-n : he
course of Tin Mn, aad we
trnst it ill ever be.
I'lllVfUS (iF HIE OM MIS
SION HEM NED.
t'li.lillh.lll T. M. ( 0('I.K. el ti;e
intei state eoininetce com in issn n ,
in a lettei : d. A. IIam.kv, traflic
manager of the .Minn. k N. V.
liailway ( "omiany. w'.o urg. d the
prompt malcing of an order tor the
suspension of the 'dong-a'c! -liort-hanl
clause" 1' r Lis load, deiims
the powers of the commissi
reminds Mr. IIam.kv
pension of t his clause
exception and not the
The follow ing oitmct :
ter ontline.-i uiu poe.'
commission will likely
"The first questions
; he commission upon i
tion were raised upon
that a Mis
is to be the
genei ai i ale.
roiu the il-:-that
ts organ:. i-
app! ieat h
for relief tiled by raihoad compa
nies under the fourth section ol iie
act. The jirnbability. or even !:(
certainty, that injury to corpii.i
tions or to individuals will result is
not by itself under the net any
ground for a suspension anywhere
ol its ordinary operations. If the
law in its general operation were
to pro e generally and equally mis
chievous m all directions, the oni
mission. instead of having the
greater power for that reason,
would, on the other hand, have no
power ot suspension whatever, ler
the simple and plain n-ason that
there would then be no exceptional
cases for it to act upon, and there
fore no cases referred by the act to
its judgment. But there must and
will be exceptional cases. In the
absence of any specification id' these
in the act itself the commission
was obliged to determine as best it
might what cases were probably m
the mind ot Congress when the ex
ceptional relief was provided for.
The suspension authorized by the
act was to be ordered after investi
gation. This was plainly deter
mined by the act itself. The com
mission, however, deemed it wise
to grant some temporary orders on
an investigation not as complete as
it expected finally to make. This
was done in the belief that no con
siderable mischief could follow from
allowing an existing condition ..f
things to remain for a brief period,
whether it was then suffered to
stand or not. and that harmful re
sults from a sudden change in the
law might thereby to some extent
be avoided. This course also g.ne
the commission such an opportu
nity tor careful studv of the s ,!.
wh oh ( 'ongri'ss undertook to i .
foiiu as would otherwise have been
wanting. If the new law had been
left to operate universally, the old
state of things would have tu-eii
swept away at once, and the com
mission, seeing only what had been
substituted for it, would have been
deprived of the best and most sat
isfactory means of making jtist
comparison. Such a comparison
was important, not merely to ena
ble it to pass liually with full
knowledge upon the exceptional
cases, but also the better to pre
pare it to make in its periodical re
ports such suggestions and recom
mendations as might naturally be
looked for. You speak strongly
and earnestly of the reasons tor
granting your application. Hut in
order to warrant its being granted,
it is not enough that the applica
tion if considered by itself appears
to have merit. The commission
must consider in each case what
effect the giving relief to one appli
cant will have upon other interests,
and your knowledge of railroad
matters must enable you to per
ceive that in some .-etions of the
count ry the granting of one appli
cation may so affect the interests
of other roatls as to create a neces-
eitv for the like relief to several
. .... . , -
jpiorc the satistaction ot one claim
begetting others, which are equally
Iriontorious, until, if all are sacs
(ied; tll(. t.XC(.lltl,,n i,CCOmes the
rule 1Uu wheu ,;,.;, a result is
,,robabie the reasons for declining
to make any temporary order are
verv conclusive. The commission
cannot consent deliberately to
enter upon a highway where, to all
appearance, there will be no halt
ing place within the limits of its
lawful jurisdiction. If a general
suspension of the -long and short
haul clause" of the statute is not to
be made by a single comprehensive
order, neither should the same re
sult be reached or approached by
the granting of successive orders in
individual cases. In whatever the
commission may do, it must keep
in view the preservation of the
general rule. In these views the
whole commission concurs.
erv respectfully yours.
T. M. Coulky.
( 'hairman ."
(.en. Lee's Critics.
("..ru ral .Tubal A. Early conclude
a communication to the .Richmond
n ate on ' inn ' ' i-u
tollows: 10 tnose c
who have been so much concerned
of General Lee. The opinion re
cently expressed b Lord Wolseley
is i he expression of the estimate
placed on the character oi our great
leader by the enlightened people
ot a ! 1 nations, and ton-shadows the
judgment of posterity. Ami. in
conclu-ion. I will say to all reno
gade Confederates and vindictive
Federal otllcers wim arc disposed
to assail the reeoid of our beloved
chieftain: 'Cease ipe:-; ou are
biting a tile."
'iVlicii l'aradh-c Lost" was m-t
published in lbi;7, Ivlmuinl Waller,
himself ii poet and cutic, said;
"The old blind schoolmaster. John
Milton, has published a tedious
poem on the lull ot man ; it its
lie not considered a merit,
; 'a l.
gun n: t:
. V. l.l.'ll
'. . in a ies
v. as be
la C. lir-
l. el re
li.iiam rlair.i i.
,;c ta X i 's.
: tie.' '. '
riu:i. the cini
'!:r,i! t ; ; i -
i th;' pr.
ii -;t i 1 r.
1 ',v v ; k
a -.v ..f n.
He w;is i. ;i
ruittee w ;ti, t!... v, -.v
cacieus r"in- i i"
sired to bril.v.c- i
fr-sh tax.v.i r, i: i: -
mulling th'it y:
r.i ti 1 u - i . L: a r mi i
internal r- : icy a :.
neither . -vhie;- -and
liru.Lii--- . i
"per.ilf :ifun wilii th
leave c.!U :e a- the r.l
The C'li iin1. r. ! a
rej-'et. .1 the nro. i-a
mtnt. at. j 'H. ;v'i..
or;'.er of ihe dav.
M ilobUt th.n ai.
caei!;.-t v.-..ul.i r-.-f in.
ann- r r.t had !
i,' r- '; lie- ', :
v. -tr. merit df-
in w isj. an
r"ady to co
rnniitlee or to
d tuat the
an a this
.' the nietn -u-c.
en t! re iy . .f
vcira. -. v.-id
:ab:m t f-
. : mad.
t lie- le
- -'a a
tion i f
o. t n a.
ed 1 y
n '. x '
. rv loo
e a o i ii 1
. i hi
r- -.'luti'-n v.-as proposed
omnmtee al!irtninr the
"ptuiK new jdans for re
i.o rrs.,:ution wa? adoct
. i a; .' to 1 r.. ami the
1 s. 1 e,e li'-hap:- on tile
cot- p. a n h
Sir Willi i
an a:;e-ta; i
in pairj all
s re-umed this evening,
rnoti Hareourt moved
e. ieptuiK from secret
edins relating to pub
a ;.'rarian movement?,
a.a; ions u obtain reduc-
inc iml i ioj: ,i
tions of rent,
ernmi r:t w
bill nn,h: p
deal u:i a.
be a mea-; a
there "a- a
land . won 1
said that if the Kv
'Utent to direct in
i or the bill to
isr-b r. arson . "nioon-
ilating ' d cattle, the
Ti.e Id! would then
erba. it wi:u!d not
.at;:!.; idTetiees. If
1 1 ad es-union m Ire
loll suppress it-
s o on what ground did the
di-tinguisli bttween an
union and an English
, 'in . rs
hief siiTr'.a v f ol I re-
1 amendment, if
y r'-nder the (all
ar ' v ali ;i;r irian
dehiu adoptr !, v a;
fnti'e. i'-av inf
Mr. I iilh :i
am.' i.'an:: '
meat w . m! i I
a d that timers tiie
. e.te i the jjoVf-ril-
to luipris. 'ii every
bo 1 v who m'uht
iht lr r ii'.s ic.r;l,t
ti. .n t c .nspir.eo
ptr;oi;s t ' I-:
1 i.qu : 1 . 1 : :
cpae-'.o r.s - a
pi i .- . lit d a - 1 'to
vho had not received
wear out an inforrua-
. causing ail sorts ot
b: ah.l u 1 1 for a bogus
:. v r- : a.-.'ii to answer
i per - - m igh t be i ni
i' a- tie' gov. riaii-iit
i ic ir. i car
a- said he rigrett d thai
t had failed to recogi-iio-;rantiug
tile Irish tenant
the govt rum-i
the justKC of
the same protection thev atTorded tiie
Englishman. As to the boyco tmg. the
government must explain what Was
meant by that term. Was intimidation
included, or !. .cotting fading tc ex
clu-ive dealing 'Heal' Hear" When
Mr. Hal four said that the government
refused to y ield to obstruction, the op
position's response was that they h..il a
right to refuse p iel 1 to t wanco..
Thomas O'l'oniu r i.iid tiiat Cuinl ina
tions of landlords to keep rack rents at
the starvation point would be permitted,
while the combination of tenants to de
feat extortion would be made a crimi
nal (..lffiLse. Crits of "hear. hear. '
He asked if there ai the slightest
chance that the measure would ever be
u;ed against a combination of landlords.
The amendment was negatived by a
vote of L' 1 j to l.O. Tiie first clause of
tiie bill w i-- a i"pp d I v a .tc of Y. l
g'a n or igi.lv amenU
c nd clause, tic- prin-
which seeks to exempt
of tenants from tiie of e
olause. This wili be in
ar Charles liasfell.
ration ' if le
Mr. 1'aineil wilt try lo appear iu the
House of Commons tomorrow afternoon.
He has been adv:.-ed let to attend tiie
a M'i;ii:i ThiiA-o in: !' sJY" tea eo.
L' 'M" 'N. May Yi. Ti;-' financial sec
retary of India has ad i-cl the govern
ment of tiie discovery of an immense
amount of treasure, estimated at ov, r
S0e.ee.. i.o, n. which had bt-.-n secreted in.
the palace of Gwalior by the late Maha
rajah. The treasure' had been sunk iu
pus under tiie vaults beneath the X
nana. an 1 the secret was entrusted m a
few eo: YJeUtial t rvai.ts. The s.ci,
tary w as pr.-.-ii.t when t'.'.e tr .:-uro
was uneariiied. After rcnniving tiie
earth to a depth it Bix feet the woik
meu uncovered great hagstones. 1C
neath tia.se .-tones were several j-'.ts
filled to the brim with, -iivir. chie:!y
freshly Coined rupees. In each pit was
a plate recording the amount of the
treasure and tin- names , f the ehCia!.
who had assisted in secreting it. 11. c
Indian gi.ivernraont l.as taken th: i:o.ird
as a loan fr.,m the y,.u:.g M.Yaoajco
The native papers pr..te-t ao. .-t t -action
of the govei lament.
T UNIT:: THE PAl.KAN ih l: r-.
HccHAUEsT. May 1 ' . It i- n-p rt- 1
here that the Ituigarian regents are
meditating the proclamation of King
Charles of Uoumania as l'rince of Fal
garia. thus virtually making if the
Danubian Balkan provinces en - king
dom. Kiumania having, it is sai l. vn-
sented to the scheme. This
attributed to tiie initiative of
and is said t . lie a; ; r '
day of the -jewels.
amount lo a t-
. : Ui'
1 , .f s
EUPIl who t' "
in tiie plot i
March '. ".
liiu IU' 'h p
i .. :..-'.. slay -nu
i:s in Commute,. :
the con-i'ieiaiie a;
the Irish eruuts a..
This clause pr. ,po-. s
juri- iiction cons
V'-acra-- .; ;:. th-- W
Mr. M'aurt-.' H.a!
an amend ment 1 i mil
li.e clause to io .n-lii-'
p o -age i 1 tae a
, a bv a vote o! i
Mr. Timothy 1 :.!;.
that hi fore at y r
cuted under tie- pro
the liai , f th, .: T,
s worn ir. f aa . c . to
tained. Th- : a.
vote being 0 Ya t o ". ;
a .11, !
e i s a I
,s of tr
t r .'.
e i '
1 i beral mo v
( '. c c r g c
d the omi
-ha w-1 ,"f' livrc
ion cf th.e sub
'. e ! v ! "i rn '"-
y n i
i e i n it-I
'A ill' i
v a- in .-a
of the lr
t !a ,.-';
Yi , e i i
n v, I i
V" te , f
1 1. '
t'.'i! ' ' was ,r; i li, 'A h .11
-a. ;th. tii'- co-.a-rnm-. at i.;a
lo-;ir.a !'! i- v. a-' earrie 1 !
.o to Mr. c 1.. f..;.-
tlen r-- -"t-d . 1 1 " v- .'.
to ; j.; ,-iu.l th.- i'.-j-,.
i r 1 ! v-' : n t
f (.'. irurno!
l.ar.'e rnu t'
this nf term . ri .
r. -iial leaked f"
an 1 enociated.
At ! h- meeting of the
today i . dot r.. th a
"bib to-'-ar ! Mr. 'a-p. . . o , . . .
icy . 1 ; ' rie m r- v ; ... 1 .; 1 f
home ru!" and a,;'ii:: -m. r a a,, and .'.
vcted in favtr rd' ''O(a f io;; an 1 ao oia t
Ii mo nil....
.V'UiAklA. liahLPE.-. IS III -sIA.
S. l'KTKi:ac.t-Hc. May 1 s.TJie rioting
reported from Xarvu. to which place
troops have been sent, is the result of
embittered disputes between peasants
ata 1 land owners regard in the owner-
iri lh" v i unity of M
in the ipiarrtd. It i-; 1
paa. ,ant leave af.ai.'i; d t
but further than t'aat nt
about tiu- riot.
Tin: ati an ami ti:k k:
U' on:. May !. The J
ir.g " .mim-d Cardinal
a i ; e r
i l i
ti"at :oii of ( a,
in fa. - a- of
1 hi al ( I ibbi 'ti 's in. nil
the I'l'Ti rmaail .a'
Kni.'hts of J , ,1-, ,r hv
nt . n ( 'a
he China-ii. ha- instructed Cardinal
Sjimooj.i. prefect ol" the propaganda, f
confer witli tie .-a. ear iinals ! --trie
the ;iiP-h-.:i in w : i.
views c 1' the atiean.
: .'ih 1 '. v 1: .' ' h wu v.
ST. Ih-rcifspri:,;. Mav
and Czarina arrive! Y
the capital of the 1 I ,n i '. -tills
naimiia: They . nt
is'. ui" t .'. .r
-aeks r, .uiiirj-.
I;iu ssiu.s. May : A IVrlir. t
to the JifUj,, ,..f. i: L'. a'o says
police at Novo-TcherKr.-k h:
earthed a plot to kill the t Y ir. ;
thirty arrests have b en ie.:; j,..
AY' the under'gne : . ,a o : ;n.n
appointed by I "city I.ode No ,
of lr. S. and D. of S. iu Amei ia;a to pp
pare suitable resolutions m
the death of ;. V.Y c. p. c.
Abbott, a consistent mem! r
recur i t
I-: a. 1 r.
: I '
r riaav morrnnc. .M:iv . a; !,:. a -e o
1 1 war-
That it i- -. 'T V C. . I 1 ; ;. ; , 1.
oe.;aioll ol ti;
be paid to hi ; n
Mr. I. ii. Ah'ii'
, of ou r race vei v
he pro 'd h lins,
his race, lie c
j when the u-h r v. a
' the Stale .1' Noit
: never as .i San.ari
, his iiblicalio." iiicr
' tent l u:s . no re . or.s.
more iiidofaugai'le i
e l.illilful p.
tin i: : - in -todatv.
vance tiie irder n the Sin
Carolina llian tins d. :i 1
Tiiat le assumed the positi-on , f
Chief of the Order m tin- v.-.t.c
Carol i na. October 1 s7s. i le wa.
Grand Idiief for live oi six term
He was faithful in tie- disoh
duti. s i;npis,d upon iiini". he h.N r. d
faithfully and iv.iiiest m tie' eau.-e f
advancing tiu: Sainantau Order '.
Keueiai.1 . and hi - death u e s ; sorrow f u! 1 v
lament. Tie- Order h,a i oi,.- (,f .t
str. ingest pillar-. )i;o. 1 );. Abbott
w.is truly charitable witi h is e,rt!il
means. Fu i 1 of noble deeds and sacri
liees he was kind, friendly to fellow
man. and love of cieti-a-. He play i-d
a conspicuous jiart in the I". and A. A.
V. M. and G C O of O F. H" a,-,,
played his part as editor lie was a
devout husband. a kind father, a cool
citizen aid a true Sama
done, faithful brothi r. th
calieu trotn laoor to rewara: tnou con
tended wilh tin' . 'I'-iny; th- t! ha-t tri
umphed at last.
As an e pre- m ;. .! pr-'l km
grief. ;cnd a- a lit irhc... i .air ivi
trious and lamented dead wo wi-h t
pear lestiruonv. and place upon rt- rd
our appreciatK'U of our bclo .
as an earnest, zealous; m-.enbe
Order, and as a nan of stri -t l
and liberal, charitable v..-w-
U' Solvc C Tiiat a pap" of our
ook be devoted to the iiioii'-n
I. H. Abbott, on v. hYh tic
Resolved. -That a r py of tin-a;
sent Mrs. Abbott, the widow of o
itid to the
and t'i h.s
New i ! e r n i
Mai.v A. o
Lib jr Trouble.
C;n A' : -. May 17. The
the lockout:- nnciiangid.
remain hrm an 1 give , ;
''oiiiing I an und, i si.,:
brYkiayerr dtchiie fa-iiie 1
to work for any employer
to pay on Saturday. The'
penter-, the 1 i nie -d oah r-.
paint rs. t he sh'i.e piarrx
fact all contractors have .
, onciusi, u that now it is
HI' t" to.
:r turn l"
leg I i lh
ike demands on their l.iei:
f - Tmaliy lie done at the ineeloig i i
r-j 1 esentaliw s ..f the vole n :i , o
the 1. i:l !:-' !'.x h o-.. l no u
Three delegutes v. !.i I '.
et.t li'om t . .di t:t b -a
cole of l.iwj lhr ti.e g' .v, : n n
of employer an 1 employee w;;l t!" i
r-erfecteil. A ina-i, r ma- n. :
laker, an a -live I -urt in th..' resent
ceedings of his association, said tii.,1
code, among oilier tilings, would u
on the right el the master masem- to
gage all li.e apprentices they can .
:li;:l the walking di legal-' i.
aboli-hfd. and thai the f r-iu:i:; n
not belong to unions. Ail wo hi
who apply f"r omnh ynu nt ar. 1
ae term- .
Ui be inaugurated by the Mas
icnters' Association tomorrow
id-.e ma.-t'. r earpeut', rs ho v" ;
". : ' ' i ni',s. 'uj.
began ; New V- ;k. iiiUi i.iy , . . . , : .-. i." ..
n-i of ;' mi i.'ci.oli,e. I Te.:..-. v. . . - '
t I .11. iace.l t Vi i. i o -1 Sulbv,,:, a.- o ie; '
ini uy ... ;,t;,li'o ei a State of v.ii'.cb i...,-.-g.. t;.i
ttmg. Ya-hingtoii had n-.-vi r h, ir i '..1 ,. r
T 'hiltree. in reply, said i. !. , h e, id
f V, Yishiiigton had bi-.-i-i i ; ' in.
: o ' -1 ... yhjod. His la tiier. to... ., , i i y ' ' '
i. : of -j-,., . The 'YoloU' 1 did a t kr . :u A e
; i youthful l-i'i' ian .. e. tin.. W. -o.i a; i ,.
: ... I- cud -ecun. d a patent e to- eh i ry
i-a-in,--- lie. the! - fore. ; : . o
m- vi.d of lii- t.uliei '-eiir-nw tr. -r ti. . ! .:. l
Kis father and said : IY;',- i I
tell a lie; I cut that ch' iw tr. i w .
"My father. " said ti.e ( ,;, c , i
at me and said . ' You d id . o ; i . a . u
little red headed scoundrel .' and fa n
lie wi re out half that tr-.-- or. I
don't think I've ever told the truth
since. Several mini in - Ci : -e ief ,re
'I'll e wi ! red
'iW; NOTE :
!:ort i; oil
mc rer :
-ti.'Uated thai or.e liuif of the
a 1 'hi 1 adel ph in will bo elosed
iv 1 cense law .
iv-r. treasurer of (ireen
V.'od.lford county, Illinois,
: ! o parts unknown with
mnl.. r tin
,T ... .' .
I ndon. ' intario. ia
eonded, leaving be-
and a quantity of
rf d to
1 i.ahi I it ',.
ound f.rie light with
plnre in ( 'leveland last
- 1 r. Sar
ew.art and Jack
at' fJ Won
. f r t u o years past
lasninrck. Dak., in
emu are Haid to bo
r.r I , j
leai.-. s. with their con-
ten:--, m the Chinese quarter in Fresno.
Cai.. were drtarovprl hv rim r,,io
evening. Jyis. S5n 000,
Commissioner 1 'Jw rlnn !
v. oiiiiiHss.oner j,ugerton
- ami, r treatment of an Indianapolis
oomlift. and will nr-t return to liis du
t a s i or i. t i Mi vet.
,,r- ' - -N a former resident of
oY w Orlrar:.. d iod a t V.'inFted . Conn.,
-I ay. from apoplexy. Ho was a
- ureeon in the I Yn federate armv.
- i -arned that the truste.r, of tbe
t i 'niversity have made a
Hi ai to e-l.'reaident Hayog to
the presidency of the university .
-iti '-' meeting of S.000 persona
:.'"-r. YI.. Sunday night, pap ed
utions a nouneing coercion and
e.ihiua; with Gladstone and Par-
' verimr Adams jirebided.
only couples nn'mluTu of the
mi; I'a ; Social Chit), colored,
c r.cthlchcm. Pa., last night
. i d a -oei dde. aiei were refused
a r- .,: the l ot. ! there.
1 hlean v ,o say- ' The bitter
tha'. would show itself at Mr.
iommation would quadruple
mugwiiinj, contingent. Mr. Itlaine's
ticul future iu behind l.irn."
:.ato;s :,.ck and Allison, of the
ial senate committee, heard evi
''' in Chijago Tuesday in rcirard
lo and', rvaluatiun by importers and
ai-tom-houfe inetlio Is in general.
I'.'esi iei.t Fitzgerald, of the Irish
National League of America, has sent a
cablegram to Mr. Gladstone tendering
him the hospitality of the Irish National
Im -honld visit this country.
;nd Harry McMunn have
at 1'niontown, Fa., for
i Iietective Hulligan. of
murder , lat.
th, right ,
e:-i. iu,. unif.l police were killed
by a hami oi Fdaek Foot Indians near
:!"!:::. e Ha:. N . W. T. A squad of J
three luiudred men pursued the Indians 1
and after a desperate fight captured ;
forty oi them.
''.'r.i.li M'.diiianey . gentral freight,
ageu; .,f the New York Central Railroad .
Couipaijy. was discharged Monday by
Mr. anderbilt and Mr. Depew Mc-.
I.haiiey was accused over a year ago of
mf,. zziing s't.1.") (inn
The case , r tju. people against C. 15. ,
it yields an i x-minister. indicted for'
blasphemy. wa called at Morristown, 1
N. J.. Monday, tmt was poi-tponed until j
next I'buiday Colonel Kofi Ingersoll 1
app.'.ro-l for the accused. 1
'ih r.ver I) .ro. running partly under J
g: and thnugh Granada. Spain, has1
hanks and inundated the sub-
uib; of that city, eau-ing great damage
aii i su:T..ring t-. the inhabitants, com- ;
p - 1 ehi- tl v f the p-,orr classes. 1
Thr pas-iaigi-r agents' meeting, which i
'v es l i lia e been held ill New York on
Tii - i (y .'. as postponed until Wedncs- ;
:.i At this me- ling the Baltimore i
and O.oo and Ontario and Western j
diiiicuuy came up for settlement.
i'he gr .'ss earnings of the Atchison. J
Tupeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company
for March were -1 ,702, (i27. an increase !
over those of the correspond ing month!
of lar'. yo ,r of SlY-h'iTT The net earn-i
ing- war.- .-L'Tl.fC. an incii-ase of
Mr. Fu, lip 1;. SatiLUway. a well
known raiii aad builder, died of apo-
pi xy at livaustou, lib, Monday night.
He wa.- president of the Joliet, Aurora1
an 1 Northern Railroad Company, aud
manager of the Idgin. Joliet and Fast- 1
.1 .. i . i . ; 1 , .
'1, : i i ei to be an e x o n-ive secret
: : ui of , h ip,l farm hands aud ,
t n.it.t- Y -u:h Carolina who have de- J
tei ::...!. i to strike I jr higher wages and ,
1 r r- nt abi-ut die fust of June, and
h ; uops -p di tinb-s- t'lcir demands
nn rs al tiie
hav e been on
I e nsid- raid
I l.i.ell. rook i,I'a.)
a strike for some
trouble has oc-
S nurday six families were
tiie compauy 's houses and
.'id goods are still in the
f the women evicted was
1 1 , . '
1.. hh an- emph yed al tiie stone
oi.iryo' tin- I'onsolidated road, near
i airnehl. Conn., struck on Monday for
an ii T'oiMi in w ages. The Hungarians
v.. ! willing to work at the former
v;:,o a but were prevented with threats
an 1 icv.'lvei-s at the hands of the Ital-
M.--: l.eh'.ke and Jedin lieyer went
bi.iting at I. a Crosse, Wis.. Sunday
' Neuiiig. with two German friends, and
k'- bv r
ought to frighten
king tiie boat . Th
.-.. 1 and Mi
! e di' ' W iled
': hi .vaid M
d lh" 1 anbailks
ny . .a" ' Tne.i-su. cables,
he i.a.- cocclll-led a cou-
m dr.- tii
" ; r ..o'l.e- e k ;:i, of canned meat
' h l'r- n h army aud d OOll.OuO kilos
tie c . Id. is -,s staled to be tbe
".t ,'nt::.". "yi mad.- w ith an
uie .o. ioo, l. 1, foreign govern-
Y o : ' a . !'. ..- M.,111-
a:;i, d Sun. lay morning,
go- - t. ' ; '. y . a; . .', with their
o oan.p,i, ,'iuiii the- windows iu
u- u Ut ciotm s. Duncan Me Bean,
;ram dealer, w as burned lo death.
had just received a large sUrn cf
:ncy from his lirm. aud foul play is
Thta powder never rartea. A m arret of
pnrlty, atrength, and wholeaomeoeaa. atora
eeoDomlcal than the ordlnarr Hnrt inH mo
D?t b "ld ln oompetlMon with the mnltltoda
oflowtaat. ahort weight. alum orpboaohata
powdera. Sold only ln cana. HotalBiiui
Powdbr Oo.. 108 Wal l-at.. S. T noTla-lrdW
For sale in Newbern by Alex. Miller.
RED LIGHT SALOON,
Near Market Dock, Middle St-,
NEW BERNE, N. C,
IM WflKKK Vtif CAN ALWAYS FIND
Of every variety, in large or email
quantities. Also the FIN KST GRADES
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
All of which will be Bold
CHEAP FOR CASH!
John I). Tmnkins, Salesman.
Take Notice T
Our store is filled with
Provisions, Groceries, Canned
i Goods, lry Goods, Crockery,
i Etc. We keep a full line of tbe
Celebrated Prison Boots and
C. S. Parsons & Sons' Boots
Every pair warranted to give satifl-
i Country merchants and the people
. PflnArallr nm raniioolu ,t 1 1 .1 Av
amine our large stock before purchaa-
ing. We will give you low figures.
We job Lorillard Snuff.
ROBERTS & BRO.,
South Front it.. A'cu) Heme. N. (J
R. O. K. LODGE.
CUA i:.N S'I'KKKT.
I$lv lax press CMllce.
iiiiiv-" ,I2hwA w
K. R. JONES,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
AGG ING AND TIKS, KtC.
Consignments of Grain, Cotton and
other Produce solicited.
Prompt Attention Guarantee!.
N. W. Cor. South Front end Middle 8t
ni:w lii:UNE. N. 3.
PURE & PERFECT LENSES
In tlio World.
I'liey ureas ti ftnRi'Rreul and rolorlecs aa
liKhl itsi-lf. biiiI fur will own or endurance to
1 tlif eye. cannot be excelleU, enabling th
weHi ei lo leiul ror lumiK illioul fatigue. In
fuel . they me
l'KKI' K( T SHillT I'HKBKRNEBB.
1 pri 1 111 on In In from tin- lendlnK physician
In the I inteil Slates. ( .overnors, Henatora,
l.etiiKlal'iis, sloekinen, men o- not in all pro
' fessioiiK. and ill didereni luancliefi of trade,
bankers, iii,-, liiiiii H. el.-., ran be given who
have had their slht improved by tbelr use.
A Aj KYKS FITTEI
AMI I1IK 1 11' (ilAKAMEKD BV
NK BERNE. M. C. Iy
GEORGE ALLEN & CO.
I 'lows. Harrows, Cultivator,
Hoes and Axes,
Wood's Mowers and Reapers,
Cotton (iins aud Presses,
Fertilizers. Land Plaster, Kainit
Joebiiiik s Tools and Hardware,
Ciiue, liiick, Cement, Plaster
Hair, l'.iint, Ivalsomine, Var
nish, Oil, Glass, Putty and lialr.
Freezers, Kol'njjerators, Oil
Cook Stoves, Ihireka Burglar
l'rool'Sash Iock., warranted to
Kive security aud satisfaction.
PKICKS VEltY LOW,
'.- - r. -Yjrr. -!W i '"i
- -r-r .-tr--- - s
.. j -l.S. - S , S ,
V :mt:sim&' ;
- y -f-l.; :.- v v
r..v . : s
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