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- IiiUim Xiu(ir,
XW BEXSE, N. C JVNE
T&E Prealdent'a first day' fish
ing in Saranac Lake proved fruit
ls. "Bot he was not discourage!.
A Ciinjje or wind will probably in
dacetbo Aaaj tribe to nibble at the
PreddenV nook -on the second
rotmd. . ;'
fca-c . i ii. - -
GneftB. F. BmEB has writ-
t&t letter poeitivery denying that !
' is rtteiving ftrors from the
executive Apartment of Oleyk
Li.5D"3 administration. Why snch
a letter was nectssary is
mysteries of the time.
one of the
The Raleigh SiimJ save: Wiio
the Democratic party oat of power
next year and the liepnbliean parry
wHKvipe the internal revenue
taxes from the statute book. The
peopl kT6 BOt forgotten that tho'
Tlapablicaa party was in power
twenty-fire years and the internal
rereDue is a part of their work.
XiwIobk is becoming alarmed
at the rapid influx oi paupers and (
criminals from Enrope. The great
iaereaae ia the number of inaane in 1
tae State is attributed to this cause.
The United State has Ivecome an
asylum not only for the oppressed
ef all nations bat for the criminals
an paapera as well. The wise
men that inaangnrated the Know
Nothing party previous to the war
between the States foresaw this and
to prevent such a state of things at linees ery u,y. mere no -r
... 1 ferenoe between these men: lu-
now peodnang alarm was a pars , temnerate rcmneranoe. besides
of their programme.
1BK is again tais 01 an eira
easkm of Congress. The Prei
dent, it is said, is inclined to call
aa extra session if he had a satis
factory guarantee that snch action
woald hasten the adjournment next
spring. He oaght to put it upon
different groands. The only gnar
an tee the President needs for cull
ing an extra session is that Con
gress will promptly red nee taxa
tion, cat off all unnecessary ex
peases of the government and dis
pose of the surplus in a manner
that will be jnst and equitable to
All the States.
05E of the most absurd stories
started in political circles is the
one "that the President in consoli
dating the internal revenue dis
tricts "sat down" ou Senator
VANCE. Id this work the Presi
dent U simply carrying out the
policy of retrenchment aud reform
which the Democratic party has
been clamoring for since the Til
DKN campaign wa.s inaugurated.
No one plead for this reform
stronger than did Senator Vaxck,
and how the carrying out of this
policy can be a -'set down-' ou one
of its chief advocates is hard to
understand. True, it is difficult to
abolish in office held by any Demo
crat in North Carolina without
throwing ont one 01 Vance's
friends, because they are all his
friends, and all true Democrats will
rejoce with him in carrying out the
policy of retrenchment and reform
vrjtich he has to eloqaentlv spoken
fw these many years.
NORTH CAROLINA PAPERx.
The Daily Index, of Wilmington,
iu speaking of the new enterprise
of removing the Goldsboro .W '-
gtr to that city, says:
"If OUT iafors9nt be correct, we see
o remJon vhj the rentaro should not
acoeed in eTery particular. WilmioK
tom has toag deeded first-clais daily
Ppr, and we believe one properly
ged will be fupportd bacdsome
' IS '.CroSd pmpen are few enough, not
only here in Wilmingtoa. but in this
and other southern Statea. It is lament
able, but nerertheleee true, that there
ia not, at the preaent day, a first class
daily paper pvbliahed in North Caro
lina, and we sincerely trust this new
rentore will be made one. "
Now we think it a lamentable
fact that North Carolinians do not
properly appreciate what they
hare. The Indr in the alvove
lines gives the most glaring proof
of this, because the Star, published
in its own city, is unquestionably a
drst-class daily paper, and is so re
faJrded.oatside of North Carolina.
Trneit is not the mammoth sheer
ithat some of the Northern and
Southern dailies are, bat it is large
enough and its condensation of
news and discussions of general
topics are fully up with the times.
We do not wish to be understood
as endorsing the Star as being al
ways right: on the contrary, we
think it makes some serions errors
at times 1; so do we all ; but as a
daily newspaper it is tirst-class.
Then we have the Kaleigh Xfr
and Observer aud the Charlolte
CroiVfc both first class daih
newspapers and large enough fori
any person who has anything else!
to do besides read. Buta prophet
is not witbonr honor save ai his
own conn try-
XATOS HODGES OX TEMPERA N I K.
The Brewer's Association of the
Spited States held their annual
convention in Baltimore on Tues
day night last, Mayor Hodges de
livering the address of welcome.
The Mayor, after having promised
to deliver the address, was pressed,
upon temperance grounds, to re
call his promise, but as the
Invitation was extended to him
ia . bis official capacity. he
saldh not make distinctions
in organizations engaged in lawful
fndastry. So be delivered the ad
dre&s of welcome, from which we
copy below a paragraph. It is in
deed a great mistake to suppose
that intemperance in drink is the
only great evil with which we have
to contend. Ia the city of New
Eerne alone there are evils-other
thaaexcessireirinkingthatteQdtolor financial standing simply, but 1
ieinor.ih.te, to 1 stiu in fulenee,
to corrupt the nmul- of ihe youn.;,
nr.il llu- people need ro.u-innp: 0:1
tliese Art well on .i;empT.i:!-e
in drink. I'll' wmds oi M.iyoi
, n'D"il-'s hii-li w. eop-. here atv
wurthy ;' : .on.-.di-r T : -ii -J
those who r.uuts'h lr-.iv ;. e
rat'' all evi !
world in .ty s
i I I Oil) vOi'!
Ii it t he
evil no "ne w:!l d'-:,y. l'.T,
. happily, our t ill. n -r.re : not
the solitary ev;i tli.i .itT.uts
hunjauity. but it .s one .f many,
t There is not only :n:emper.niee in
: drink, but then- is intemperance in
ami Meeeh and
There Are those wh would
wild, norroi irom a s.ii:
wine who wl wouid r; 11 a n
ilrecs the cup "i r.mi'i'i .11
charitableness, and .our nit ;n
mea-ure t lie poisonon- draugh
in isreprese n t a t io n , pe r v e rs io ; 1
truth, false witness agains: :
c i u e 1
; neighbor-, and sunder by
speech, under the
fluence.s "f ambit
n, the sacred
1 ;jtVS 0f fnendshij itself.
1 those who would not
things who yet by dwelling t.o pas-
SlUUilirO Oil .k SlllfclC IU.C.I 11C
, esiaousueu a iaie murni Bianuuru,
and who have looked at one evil so
long and bo exclusively us to come
to the belief not only that it is the
worst of all evils, but that there is
hardly any other evil beside it.
They hold one thing so close to
their eye that for them it Wots out
the universe. N'ot only do they
see things in a distorted light
themselves, bur :i their passionate
partisanship they insist on others
seeing them in that light also.
Black, a besotted drunkard, beats
his wile and starves his children.
White, a good citizen, husband
and father, who was never intoxi
cated in his pfo, takes a glass of
punishing one for the sins of the
i other, classes both as the slaves of
rum, auo as ih-i..uBiiiB lu i .e -.."-
! synagogne ol Satan, surely there
is sometniuu: in
temperance in a
radical as t hat."
the nature of
KlIv(,)PM. CONVENTION' 01 I VM
( UJOI IV X
From the .4i7 m-irl- .'.. , ve
extract the follow, ng. a par: of the
proceedings of the convent. .11 re
cently held in I'denton, it being
the fourth annual convention of the
Diocese of Kast Carolina.
The lody assembled in St. Paul's
church, on Wednesday, lth mst..
P.r. Rev. I'.ishop Vats"-presiding.
Rev. Dr. N. C. Un;HKs w.us elect
ed president. Kev. Dr. Nathanik.i.
IlARDiNii, secretary, and Dr. A r.
M'lNP J. DkRi '?sf. 1 , treasure:.
The annual sermon was by Kev.
W. II. Lewis, of Sr. .lames 'hureb.
Wilmington. An address was
made by Miss Kmiiy, i New
York, secretary of the Woman's
Auxiliary Society. The Bishop's
report was encouraging in its main
features and we can only summa
rize it. Daring the year he nad
visited 21d churches or parishes,
preached 147 sermons, continued
7d persons -7 ot' whom were
adults), baptized one, married one
couple, and had administered the
Holy Communion ! lM'oo com
municants. Had deposed one ot
the clergy and transferred one.
He had also attended the general
convention at Chicago, in October
last, and spent a while in New
York and officiated 111 Brooklyn.
In this Diocese the Methodists
and Baptists had been very kind in
extending the use of their churches
for the Episcopal service, but in
many places worship must be held
in court houses and school build
ings. The Bishop hoped more zeal
would be displayed 111 the church.
The committee on the "-state of
the Church" made its report. A
comparison of the statistics of the
past yea: with the former year
showed "a state o: dangeious
aparhy in the Church." Cponthis
report the following addresses
Di. Lewis said a comparison ol
the statistics of HmI with those ot
1') showed a decided lading off.
Those connected with congrega
tional work and those who should
contribute to the support ot the
church were remiss in their duty.
There was a misunderstanding as
to the penalty affixed regarding
non-payment of assessments. He
knew not by what law of equity
parishes should send delegates to
the Council when their assessments
were unpaid. No parish should be
allowed representation unless they
met their obligations. The privi
lege ot representation is appie
otaied by most parishes, aud should
be by .ill. This diocese is very
much 111 the condition of a very
strong, tough little
large load to dra 1 .
i'Ony that has a
We have out
I . . 1 i.-m v- W .3
a curitcl bit on :!' pony
must loose the reins. W
afraid of new measures, or new
methods. The assessme.ii plan
wa-s being t;ad e'.ciyuhere else
with success. We need extra emu t
' to stir up the 1 lergy and people,
j It there could he introduced some
iiuiol ettort asion ; !iir;g ic-aiits
would be produced.
Mr. .I.ihn S. 1. 011, ,.T New Berne.
! said the prospe
;'y of tiie church
in oicreae ot the
missionaiy spm:. We ueed mure
enthusiasm . It w,t,s the mission
ary spirit win. h gave the apostolic
church success. The geography of
t he diocese was a monstrosit v. It
begins nowhere and goes every
where. Tlx- people of the diocese
I are mostly an agricc.lrur.iJ people,
j We should have eight or ten con
ivoearious annually instead of wo
or t hi ee. The 1 a . ty must le
reached. There must be a uin'y
between the laity and the clergy.
In order to spn ttuali.e our people
we ought to inculcate in the church
the spirit of the English and ( ana
diau church. The council of the
diocese of Eaat I arolina is an im
portant factor in this work. Our
councils should be tilled with dele
gates. Too many of them are
poor, coming from the agricultural
districts. They cannot leave the
plow or afford the expense. We
should adopt some measure in
structing parishes to see that dele
gates are sent here, and their ex-;
penses paid. Delegates should not
be selected because of their social
because ot then efiiciency and devo
tion to the church. If so, we shall
in future have a much larger at
tendAiioe. Our meetings should be
made ce.i mods t ) t ' spiritual beneti t
and enthusiasm, and we should do
all we can tu luteres" the laity, the
young and t he aged.
Uev. Dr. N. ( '. 1 1 ugh. -s said t here ,
was a great failure mi the pait ol
the people to dn their dut toward :
the chinch pecuni.u liy and in other
ngards. He had nut much faith'
in compulsory measures being
adopted to make, people give.
Mild measures were best. The
people do not understand their
duty. Tliev need to be taught,
l'.very churchman should give a
portion of his income. God re
'Hires us first to seek the Kingdom
ot (iil and his 1 ighteousness. ll a
man's heart is 111 h;s work he will
give time. woik. money and every
thing. As to missionary work, we
are doing very little. We need
l'.vangelists to visit vacant and
needy congregation and hunt up
the scattering members of the
The council requested 1 1 1 a ' con
vocations of the diocese take steis
to visit the vacant paiishes and
hunt up church members without
parishes in order that the work ot
the chinch be promoted.
The Ibshop expressed a desire to
hear from some one who had been
engaged in mission work.
Hev. N. C. Hughes, jr., said he
had some experience. Had visited
portions of Chowan, Currituck,
Camden, (rates. Hertford, Bertie.
Pitt, Martin. Washington and
other counties. Found a state of
spiritual destitution very general.
1'ound in many sections compara
tively few church ieople. In Hert
ford met only four or live Episco
palians. Held a service in Mar
freesboro. Had a large congrega
tion, but there were only two or
three church members. At South
Mills found only half doen. Was
everywhere received kindly by
members f other churches. Did
Dor find a single Episcopalian in
rurriruik. Was told that he was
the only Episcopal minister who
had been there since the war. The
preja,lice against the church was
w.earm K :iwav. The field was ripe.
ng away, l tie neui was ripe
The laity se m to long for unity
among the churches. They seem
to long lor it more than the clergy.
There was a great work for mis
sionaiies to do; great numbers to
he gathered in the fold. Heroic
etlorts and heroic ministers are
needed. Heroism is where man
forgets himself and does all he can
do. in heait, mind and pocket for
the cause of Christ. He had little
taitli in resolutions 01 ouncita.
I.:e men and women are needed.
1 hey should ask tnemseives, "iiow
much can I do for God, and how
I'f-r! e in I cr&t nlnntr with mraplM
....... . hvfc . r, s . . . ,
liov. Israel Harding: The time
is not far distant when, by the
grace of God. we can do more. Ib
had be n in congregations where
there as not an Episcopalian.
Had ministered to them and had
been well received. They wanted
to know somethingof the claims of
our church. One such congrega
tion had developed, and was now
building an Episcopal church. The
spirit of interest and enthusiasm
The next annual Council will be
held on the 1th Wednesday in
May, 1SSS, in St. John's church,
A vote of thanks was tendered
the rector, wardens, vestry and
congregation of Sr. Paul's parish,
and to the citizens of Edeuton for!
the hospitality shown the members
of the ( 'ouncil.
Onslow County Items.
( 'apt . Terry's mi
is in full blast,
Big picnic at Cowhorn creek',
near Bichlands. last Saturday,
given by the Misses Sandlin. We
hear that it was a very pleasant
party. Wish we could have been
Everybody seems to le happy,
especially those who have plenty of
money, for our crops are very pros
perous to look at. and bids fair for
a large yield in the end. Good
seasons of warm rains and sun
shine are blessing us now.
Kev. J. T. Kendai will preach
in Swansboro on the second Sun
day in dune 'D. V.) at three o'clock
p. m., and also at night, we hear.
Mr. Kendal wa3 our circuit preach
ei a few years back and was loved
b all who met him.
Ke . Joe Dixon. Carteret's
preacher, preached an excellent
luneral sermon over the remains of,
Mr. John B. Jones's wite and child, 1
at, the residence of Mr. Ed. M. '
Jones, last Sunday, to a large audi- ,
ence. This was the first time we I
ever wtuessed a funeral .sermon'
preached at the grave.
Schools are closing for this season, i
('. B. I'razelle closed his on New!
river last Friday. Mr. Ward, at '
Swansboro. will close 111 June or
July next. Messrs. Kornegay and
Koonce, at Bichlands, closed last '
week and had an excellent exam
ination and commencement.
A little tisticufY set-to between
two white gents last week. One
accused the other of stealing plank :
from his graveyard fence. They t
met and pulled one another's whis-,
kers and ears and gouged a little. '
Result, about vOi tine on one'
The N. '. Teachers' Assembly
at M'Tehead City will, we hear, be
largely represented by people from
this county, going from our little
seaport town, Swanboro. which is
only a lew hours sail on the pleas
ant waters of Bogue Sound. Come
down, friends, you can get con
veyance from Swansboro.
('apt. Eugene Yeomans, from
Harkers Island, and family, are.
visiting friends in Swansboro, his!
old home. He had a fine schooner,
the Eunice Kamssy. belonging to
linn individually, and is loading!
with cedar posts for Philadelphia. ;
The Captain is a strict member of;
the M. E. Church and has been
holding interesting meetings night-,
ly foi the past week in Swansboro.
The most excitement is about the
pei iai tax. Electioneering is
pretty hot. Messrs. ,1. W. Spieer,
H. E. King. Benj. Ward, Esq., and
others are speaking against, and
Sheritl' Murnll, J. W. Sawyer and ,
some others are speaking for the
tax. Ejection comes the first
Thursday in dune. "Tax or no
Tax." We are for loth, and hope
we will get both, though we have
no script to get pay for, and don't
want any at the present prices.
Those who have the paper generally
want special tax and we don't
It You Wish a Good Article
of Pixo Ten ceo ak vour dealer ford
Old Hip " oclldwBm ' fliturt
W e he. 1 r that
go MIL In 01 can
a n g tilt- r
del 1,11 in.
ci ei y
town with 1 e
'. and by : he
hei 1 . ve paper,
dig h,s i. tTn-e
ceip: s f. ; the 1.
way 1. , - !
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fitted 11 ; 1 i; m 1 : v,
grav get h
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''111 1 1 1 .1 k I 1 1 c
ll.cv ;l '
, me a t t he
I "Mie "V.-I
only ;u cut !oi. p.ck
1 1 e.: 1 . ; : ii.ii
Aurora s .is , nuked
a speech a ' tiie p: , 1
it, Mr. Ib.ss '.
We a ii t . c : 1 1. 1 ' i- a
close el e :r -,-h "
Mr. I'.difor. and
tnat we have
schoii.s 1:1 ! he c
The cruj.s ;u Mils -. e' :, ,i, a 1 e
looking line. 1 iie cotton was in-wt
I ly all ehoiped before t he i ains, and
'now we have frcquen' showers.
I every t h 1 n g is grow 1 ug n ieel y .
1 Messrs. Watson k; ,lacks,in are
making t lungs
manager in r he
a su bsei 1 1 m-r to
1 vely iti the t ! in 1 er
.1 ackson is a gi iod
t imber, and is also
he . 1 a 1 ; n 1 . .
yMl .-.piii" 01
Jut UN At. gl e US
TOO! in Cabbage .'
lor t he extenn 1 a .
he 1 eadel
a re in ed
!OIl "I t l,t
bug ' As y et I lie o
the latter we I, a e
'em and kid "cm
The re!.'i iii dan 1
X . C . , is ili'iii a g 1 e
perauce. 'h ,di en
generation u ii!
tiiein blessed. l.e!
go oil till t hel e ;s hi
go. d Ui'lk
U 1 1 lit man
et I lie
to ad-, o. ate ; he r
the son.s of
M ay he ,
Ail a'.i lor
rioin unknown chemicals t h
SO offensive ,h to distill li t i
It W i i r
i."i. '1 .
1 Ii lie
appai ut s
; us.i: ;, 1
tion will hold
! night. .1 une . h
11. e n :
ISs, I, ;,!
1 1 ee I 1 llg on i I id .1
to d .sciISS t lie cut
llD(X ot tie r,,l(i ,,,,,,,
' t0 Piauilico nmiih.
Hum ap; .
i hel e w id
. Hens to Win. Mi
1 1 e 1 1
1 au ai,iIe
11 a I ' I II 1 Hit-In
aid .hear lorn.
All are nivi:
Mr. fay iur .a : he .b a 1: nai., a -111
town g.iing it Mind, and from
the speed tie was making when he
came in town I siij pose he made a
clean sweep. The J"l'KN.U. .s
steadily gaming f.tvoriu this sec
tion. Many of the liest farmers ot
this county are among its readers.
Come again, bio. Taylor, and the
ule hat ntiiii" says orin r the Sal
vation Army with y on.
1 went out on the Eespass road a
few day s ago and found the farmers
well advanced with their woik.
Messrs A. 1. Bellliet i Bio. have
a nice faim m tine older, and by
the way I believe Mr. B. i ,1 reader
Of t he Ji'tKNAI.. Well, he is a
good farmer and deserves success.
Such subscribers are worth having.
Also Mr. W. J. Ross and Mr. W.
R. Ross u Son, and Messrs. Reddit
and brother, Crawford and others,
all have good farms iu good onh-r.
The Eastern C.uolina Land and
Railway Company can do a great
good to the counti'-s of Jones and
Onslow. And the company that is
building a railroad ironi the Albe
marle to Bantego can do a gi eater
good to all this eastern section.
With a railroad liom Edenton to
Pautego or from the Albemaile
opposite , and a line of steamers
from Aurora to Bantego. and a
short line of railroad to New Berne,
onlv about 10 or 1:.' miles, and the
prospective work of the Eastern
Carolina Laud Company, you see
i we can put all the truck, cotton,
corn, rice, lumber, and in fact
j everything in this section of East
ern Carolina can be carried North
in quick time, and it will do more
' to develop Eastern Carolina than
' anything of the past, audit is one
of the possibilities of the near fu
ture. We need inure direct com- '
munication by rail or steamboat ;
with Norfolk, Baltimore and New 1
'York. Thecouiitiy wants this: it
1 is a necessity, and will be sooner or:
later. We are going to t alk roads
j and cut roads until the fertile lands
of South creek can be seen bv some
1 one else
besides the bears.
have a la w mad part the way from
Mr. Alfred.s's on Bay liver to Gum
swamp on South 1 ivei . Lot's finish
s I V t 1
brethren in Pain
s a 1 e
Some oi oiu la: in.
the times, w h.h et I.
Mrs. . 1 '. Ch. spin.
Di . George Attinoi c
ll IS 'Ulte sel
is iu atteiidaui e.
Who shall "i'niiM'!ii.i;i'" w,:h
the pleasant y oung m i 1 1 ner .' How
about theyouug meichant on the
opposite side of the creek .'
1 f any of 0111 1 'am dco 1 1 ,eii ds
have an o er supply ot cats We
would be pleased to hear from
t hem, US we
ti I t v head-.
Our v i lla ge is Id. iin i ii g u j i a Ii ; t le.
with the new aw mill and the
millinery establishment both in
iteration. Put tin- saw nub man
has not discontinued hi i.-
here, just the same, nor do we
pose he will iint.l summer i!
t he bird t . co. .ler chine-.
I i 'S
We sec that Voli! SlOU'W.ill
iteini.er advises us to do as mil
friend Lane ha done consoli
date" with the other oung lad
fanner. No doubt we would be
acting vei y wisely in taking such ;i
step, if we could, lui' peihaps the
other party concerned would not
think it vei v Mi-e in 1 , t -1 : o , i gree
lu recording the man i.igo of Mr.
W. II. Lane aud .Miss 1 'an line
Whitehtirst in our la-! items we
unintentionally made it appear
that Mrs. ('.' L'. MeClcese. the
mother of the bride, was a w idow,
but we hope, however, that no
one's feelings were hurt by the
error. We beg pardon and will
promise to be more e. ireful m the
am i! from Our Exrli;
he 1 j a . ! 1
'i n :
;. - bet ! 1 (
';.' ill he
re; r: The
ill , e I
I' .11 ll
ks v el'e stolen
indmg en t he sidewalk
ia 'Ugh. but h for orna-
1 1 . ; s
: ion. but we detest
a. u 1
e oi spuming t in- I .i a 1 1 1 y
or aid by 1 uvei mg the
a iiiiieulls coat ol white,
h ity I'nlrO),: By reier
he pruceedings uf the
conn ; y c. m m issioners,
111 another column, it
w ill i
seen that an election on the
option question has been or
I lor the tirst MoniliU in June,
h. hl ar South Mills. Re-
liom N.m-s Head say that
i.T the coming season hae
dv been eiicaga,.,!,;!! the hotel
100 1 1 1
1 iv se era I I a 1 , 1 1 1 i t'-s.
ill thai sect ion
the cottages will 1"
J n- i now t he people ill
are feast ing on soft era
a ml buds a 1 e ph-nt 1 fi : I .
( 1 l ee 1, s bold ,V( ) v ;
1 iu ham, f
Lu ich of
She W .ls 1 '
! 1 . i ' 1 w : 1 ' e '
sin r e n 1 1 e r
11 I ill!
elk w ho
' was a
ursueil i iy t he c
1 ii..-n her and
the pack .icv.
of I.i rceny, !!;
- ann. unces tl
her s.u a.il
ind that, on
g . ; 11 g- a t h ree uai ter col 11 in n
nt of ' he afl'air. to wind up ill
ay . i s like . I 1 ing Bichanl
lea ; ug I . ! Irani out .
not havr heell better to
h.l e -.1
1 1 1 't 1 1 1 1 1 1
'01 in d 1111 a:
iillgs ale lo
1 1 1 1 1 - n s h 1 p .
in is patting
1 in lew luigs at.- doing damage
:u I'.mtcgo lownslnp. Wednesday was a gala day iu
M in -h rain is patting the 1,11 in ei s this city. The little folks had their
! hind in then w.u k 111 the 1 1 ri i - an nual Muuday School parade, their
t ol 11 islin and l.eeciivilie. icecream, and their strawberries.
l.'ev. Mi . Da enpoi ; informs me The cars were lull of babies, and
thai f iiere is no bar rooms in Mid- thecals were blocked by babies,
dleioii ' 1 in t he w ho!,- ,,f Fairfield t ln-ir mammas, and nurses. But
tnwii-dnp. everybody was good natured. The
Timoihv ai :d ei te. w !,. . wis t,o Cniveralist and Unitarian child
seM ielv cut L '('". I'aiikaid, at red were invit-d to the great party
lluniei's bridge, no: lonu since, is t,,r the first 'time. Mr. Beecher
said to 1.. improving'. strove for years to bring about this
l.'ev. Mr. Dowel!. M issimiaiy good fellowship, aud the anniver
B.u!;s:. protracted a meeting at ( s;irY following his death sees it
Bantego leceiitly. With w hat re- accomplished, lie would have in
su!ts fhavc not heaid. eluded the Jews and the Catholics,
1 .en. Lcvis has moved to Lai r- I t'r there was no limit to his love
licid tcinporanlx to begin la ving his fellow man, and his respect
oil the hue of the canal ih.u is to for all shades ol belief.
In- cut from Broad creek p. Aliig.k- Mary Anderson says that her
torrier experience in Kenelworth Castle
The Disciples piopose 10 build a was a ge"uin'' 0e, and not at all
house of woislup near Eaii field, in , ass,f fd hJ hi'r pagination. She
the vicinitv of the Primitive j',ap. ; ''t sleep in the ghost chamber
tii st church, w hich is made feasible ' hter;lll-v' without fear and was
bv .he veiN liberal oflVr ol M ,v awakened by a fnghtlnl pressure
Carter . I land and cash. ,,n her chest Ibv maid who slept
,, r , , 011 n couch bv the yule of her bed
lhe s; earner Lcaufoi! u inch has s he(, n U)e 8ame awfuj
been p.yiiig iron, W ash ington to manner. Miss Amlerson savs she
Lceclivillc, has been sent to Nor-, li;ul enough of gbostd, and
lolk tor in,' truck season Y ule, while Il0I illciined to place implicit
going down l amlico sound I,,-, hog 1 faith m ook stories generally,
rods b.o,.e. but 1.0 other damage ' wjll certainly treat them with more
elliu ' 1 respect in the future.
Lev. W. II. Call and Mr. John! The proprietors of a large dry
A. Burgess, of the Washington ; goods establishment in New Y'o.k
Be form Club, paid Ye.itesville and j declares that women prefer to buy
Pant. -go a visit on the I'i'd of May I their under-clothing of men. This
and organized a club of forty at the is not so. The women who wonld
first, aud one of sixty-three mem- preler to ask the neceasarv ques
bois at the latter place, with Mr. j tions in regard to such matters of
Jordan Wilkinson as president at men, represent a class of shoppers
Pautego. C.ood for those places, j which is no credit to any house.
At tin- late term of Hyde court The clerks for such departments
Albin Cutrell. who cut Joseph bJ need to be intelligent and well-
oliva very severely some months! posted iu the most minute rrarticu
ago, and who has been hiding until lars, and there can be no freedom
recently , was cleared, it Having
been proven that he acted in self
defense. Samuel Borrow, col., in-
dieted for lareenv. was sent up for
' two years.
Drummei.s plentiful late crop
: of t hem I suppose. Why will our
country merchants pay the salaries
and expenses of those people
si ,."100.000 a day is the estimated
cost of drummers to the people of
the United States. Do the houses
that .-end them out pay the bills ?
Not a bit of it: you, my friends,
who use the i"0ds they sell, pay it.
Yet our "best government under
the .-un" will not allow the State to
tax t lie 111 .
Tiie.Juo. I.. Roiier lumber com
pany have had a representative in
i'.mtcgo township who has taken
options lor lare quantities of tim
ber, mid they propose, if enough
timber can be secured to justify it,
electing a large mill at I'antego
and speedily completing their road,
t" I'amlico waters, maybe Pautego
i'ii-i-k. Should they do -o. it will
put il.is I'antego township within
- 1 heurs of New Y01 k and open up
as tine a section of country a- an
be tumid. Lands ;ue cheap and
fertile, much uf it only exceeded in
fertility by the -M at t.imuskect
lands." Persons ignoraiillv
pose that this -eCtlOll
I'antego, Leechville and Oinituck
townships is aimo.-t a pest-house,
but wo have a- many aged people
as ui her section-, and 1 have never,
ilui mg t he t liirty years of my living
here, known 01 heard of a case ot
leal typhoid fever, imr diphtheria.
Lish, uv-teis and game plentiful,
lands cheap and lieh, an intelligent
ami hospitable people, girls as
.. .... .. .. 1. .. ........ !..-. n
I i e I i as LT I II . . i ii.ii iiiue uj.iu t
, - B , i, ,
we ha e and is i ros n-ctu el uear
cm i easiniable people w ant ?
I le- M.ister 11 ii i Id. i-s ami liicir Men.
The st riugeiit rcsolnt ions adopted
: by the master and builders at
Chicago have been considerably
niodiiied dm ii;g the past week. The
opposition to the lesolutions de
veloped v. itlii.i lhe organization
and noted by ''" tn t's last week
has been I'owci l ul enough to induce
radical changes in the proposed
plat fVii m. As at present constituted
the resolutions are not so binding
either upoiijthe employers or em
ployees ami are less likely to be
product lve ol ' t louble. On t he other '
hand, the good ellecLs ol the action
taken is doubted by many. The
attitude taken by the master buil
ders has been such as to induce the
workingmen to declare that the
employers have receded from their
former position, and. in the words
of prominent labor agitators, the
employers have '-backed down."
The final action to be taken by the
builders has not yet been decided
Jopes County Items.
orn is selling lor cash at Tren
ton at 70c. per bushel.
Gardens are very fine, and vege
tables of every kind plentiful.
Lish scarce at Trenton. Fisher
men too busy to try their luck, we
The little spring chicken, .lie-i
feathered, is brought over to Tren-'
ton now and sells quickly at 10c.
We learn tiat Windsor Dai!.:
Esq.. of Chinquapin section of our)
county, has collards in his garden
that measure over four feet across.
We learn that the exercises of
Pi of'. W. E. Wooten's school at '
Bolloksville will fake place on the'
-"d ol June. Professor G. W. '
Manly, of Wake Forest College. ;
will deliver the address.
('orn is looking very promising.;
Cot ron is looking well, where it is
not too grassy The showers for'
the past week have put some of mir
fanners in the grass, but with a
lew dins of clear weather all will
The magis; j atcs ot' Jones county
will meet at Trentou on the first .
Monday in June to select a county
commissioner, a board of educa
tion and (o assess and levy the
taxes. As they have very impor
taut business to transact, it is the
duty of every magistrate, who can.
to give his county his most earnest
help 011 that day.
Thos. J. Whitaker is certainly
the champion improver of Trenton.
'e see that he luo
old dwelling- ajul
ite. The citi-
1 1 v I
11 up a large
ling on the old r
ens of Trenton ought really to
thank him for the interest he takes
in building up their town. If other
citizens were possessed with his
spirit of improvement, Trenton
would, in a short time, have but
lev vacant lots within its limits.
llueklehcii ics are getting ripe,
and pics and dumplings wili sunn
he added to our many other little
;oi 1 u try delicacies. We hope our
tiicud Aimer Dawson will repeal
his last year's experiment of put
ting live gallons of honey and
huckleberries in a three gallon jug
and turn out a little more of that,
delicious huckleberry wine. Try ;
if. Abuer, a. id call in your many
liieiids and have us to sample it. j
BROOKLYN LETTER. !
1 ior ine purouaser uniess sue is met
' by one ol her own sex
Not many know that the jolly
, light-hearted "Madge. Elliot"' of
Harper's Magazine and Yoang
People, is the wife of the artist
Sol Eytingo whose spirited
'darkey" fictions in Harper's pub
lications have so ofteu amused the
public. Mrs. Eytingo has a heart
fall of love for children as well as
sympathy for the poor, the outcast
and oppressed. '-Madge Elliot"
has been truly called "the sweet
singer fur the sorrowful."
Boston, rich as it already is in
educational advantages, is to be
congratulated upon the new school
which is to be opened at o Chest
nutt street by Miss Heloise E.
Hersey. Miss Ilersey is one of the
most brilliant graduates of vassar.
She achieved an enviable reputa
tion at iiavanna, New York, where
her first years of teaching were
spent. From there she went to
Smith College, where her work
in English created a farorc her
voluntary classes in Shakespeare
being the largest in the College.
Por the past few months her name
has been prominently before the
public as a critic of Jlobert Drown
ing. This woik has led to the
foundation of manv P.rownincr
clubs, and Leading circles. For
1 ! iui.iiic tiuci ui. iiu.iiiiy -iiiaa
Hersey has no peer.
In this week's Cape Ann Artver
tiiir, I am requosted by -Memory''
to give an explanation of "Prof.
Loisette's system of Never Forget
ting.' This appears modest, but is
really more daring than he knows,
for all the Professor's pupils sign
a contract never to tell. But if my
personal experience is worth any
. . -. . . r - ,
thing to mv inquiring friend or anv
. ,.f . . v ,., J.
body else, I will cheerfully say that
i have found the system wonder
fully helpful as well as wonderfully
facinating. Prof. Loisette will
send circulars on application to
him at l'IT Fifth Avenue New
Thiee Omaha Indians, one of
whom is a returned student, have
clubbed together and bought a seed
ing machine. One of these men
was able by its use to put in 40
acres of wheat iu one dav. The,
three Indians have planted on their
farms over 100 acres of wheat.
They are now renting out the ma
chine to the white farmers in their
neighborhood at 10 cents per acre
planted. Work and thrift bring
good fellowship everywhere. Car
lisle i Pa.) Judian School Star.
Hacine (Wis.) election officers will in
stitute legal proceedings aizainBt the
Rev. Olympia Brown Willis, ou the
charge of attempting to stuff the ballot
box. Mrs. Willis is the leader of the
woman suffragists of Wisconsin.
CALENDAR SPRING TERM, ISs?.
Pipkin vs. Pipkin.
Tloberts vs. Fisher.
McComb vs. l)e nni.-on.
Wooten vs. Perry.
Wilcox vs. Wilcox.
Clay poole et al s. Peaice.
Johnson vs. Pate.
Millheiser vs. Erdman.
Stewart vs. White.
Bangert vs. Borden.
Kornegay vs. F. v: M. Steam
boat ( 'om pany.
llaskei t vs. Cohen.
Patterson, Ex., vs. Provident
Patterson, Ex., vs. Mutual
Benefit Life Company.
Bryan vs. Spiveyet als.
I 'l ice vs. Price.
Dewey vs. Williams.
Justice vs. Justice. -Daniels
vs. Tolm .
Price vs. Smith.
Just ice vs. ('alio et ills.
Stokes vs. Causeway.
'rist Tobacco Company s
Mace et al.
1 :i ;
1 . Jones vs. A. VV X. C. B. l. 'o.
:.'. Bangert vs. Hudson.
7. Prescott vs. Bavis.
v. Clarke vs. Brinson et als.
io. Congdon vs. W. X. C. Insane
LY Justice vs. Justice.
-'. Robinson vs. Vyne.
.'is. Green vs. Davis.
'. Jones et al s. Slade et al.
iii. Darden if. X. iv T. Biver
G". Whitford et al vs. Home
OS. Bennell vs. Arnold. Ex.
70. Mace vs. Provident Life As
sociation. T.". Bryan vs. McLean.
TO. Cohen vs. 'Williams, Admr.
M. 1). W. STEYEiiSON,
E. M. SIMMONS.
W. E. CLARKE,
. II. GCIOX,
W. W. CLARK,
An Kn.l to Bone Scraping.
Ed ward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty
to let suffering humanity know it. Have
had a running sore on my leg for eight
years; my doctors told me I would have
to have the bone scraped or leg ampu
tated. I used, instead, three bottles of
Electric Bitters and seven bottles Buck
len's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now
sound and well." Electric Bitters are
sold at fifty cents a bottle, and Buck
len'e Arnica Salve at 25c. per box by
R. N. Duffy.
Dr. Mctilyiiu ou Shani Religion.
Mew York, May 29. The
Academy of Masic was crowded to
the doors tonight, the occasion
ueiug tue regular weesry meeiingr
ot the Anti-Poverty Society. The
chief speakers were Dr. McGlynn
and Henry George. "We want the
earth," said Dr. McGlynn. "We
want the land because we want the
Kingdom of Heaven, because He
has given it to us. We want it, not
so much as a right, but as a duty,
because He has laid it before us, as
a duty, never to surrender it."
Speaking of labor and its blessed
ness, he spoke of Christ as an
humble laborer, and His birthplace
was not. a marble palace. The ob
ject of the new crusade was to
really preserve the sacred rights of
property, to enforce the, command
ment, "Thou shalt not steal.'' If
the men clad in purple and fine
linen, who sit in high places in the
synagogue, and presume even to
lock the gate of Heaven, go on as
they are going, the day is not far
distant when you'll have to come
to theatres to get your religion. If
the Son of Man were to appear to
day He would not be permitted to
preach in any Christian pulpit.
His manner, His attire, His doc
trines, would seem too strange to
thoss who assume to represent
To a reporter today Dr. McGlynn
denied the statement of Maggie
Malloy, telegraphed last night from
Meridep, Conn., that he intended
to go to Home iu nineteen days.
ADVICE TO UOlHEKS.
Mrs. Win-slow 's Soothing Sybcp
should always be ueed for children
teething. It eootheB the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the beet remedy for diar-
hoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
mar!7 d tuthsat wly
From Goose Creek.
Editor Journal : The young
ladies of Goose creek gave an enter
tainment at the M. E. Church, near
the Barrington mill, on Wednesday
night. May 25, 1887, for the bene
fit of the M. E. -Church at that
place. The managers were Misses
Lizzie and Annie Parrington, Miss
Victoria Dixon and others. The
admission was only -o cents, and
all seemed to be well paid for their
o cents. lhe charades were
splendid, aud a song, "Home,'" was
highly enjoyed by all.
Oooil Results lu Every Case.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper deal
er of Chattanooga. Tenn . writes that he
was seriouslv aluictcd with a severe
cold that settled on his lunes: had tried
many remedies without benefit. Being
induced to try Dr. Kmt; s ISew Discov
ery for Consumption, did so and was
entirely cured by use of a few bottles
Since which time he has used it in his
family for all Coughs and Colds with
best results. This is the experience of
thousands whose lives have been saved
by this Wonderful . Discovery. Trial
bottles free at R. N. Duffy's drug store.
W. A. POTTS, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AUHOItA, N. C.
Special attention to collection of claims.
PracllccS in Courts u( Ktuu:oi l, Hyde uud
Paiulio.). ap7 w6m
FIVE CENT STRAIGHT:
Superb, Punch Junior.
Reina Victoria, Iieina Boquet,
Reina Perfector, Reina Conchas,
General Custer, Club Honse, etc.
And also any grade, from Oeneral, Lieut. -General,
Major General, Brigadier General,
Colonel, Lieut. Colonel and Major, and many
on the retired list.
Call and congratulate, and have asmoke
that will please you.
Middle Street, New Berne,
Everybody knows where.
nlJw W. L, PALMER, Superintendent,
William H, Oliver,
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
CONNEOTICCT MI'Tt'Al.. .f I b.n f..r.l.
CONTINENTAL, of New Y.a k
.-ETNA, of n.'irtfor.l
TRAVELERS, of lliirtf "i.i
ANOI.O N It V ADA. of San I raiiei-. ..
niRERNIA. of New Orl.-ans
C. S MITl'AI. A '' '11 iKNT As,S'. I 1
Has pai'J to its I'.ilicv lioMrr.- in I I
CONTINENTAL, of New Ymk .
.ETNA, of Haufenl
Lorfen paid in year-. .-'10. 1 "0.000.
TRAVELERS, of Lirtf..r.l
Losses piuii in vcmih. ;L'.t''.'.K'i
HI HERNIA. .f New mlenim . .
AN;1. 1- Ni ,il
! I Hsu t itlr.'i1 :
I of my Companies
i Xrwrrkx. N . '
I.; - I t:
Tiie -'!"-.vit? tlc.t I.
rnovpm.'iTits m favr.r .
Til Ml the I" I I I 1.'
f tl.e SCirei HO Ti" in
F. T. PATTERSON,
The Middle Street Merchant,
HAS A I' I
Gentletnens Furnishing Goods
; Consisting of Collars, CufTs. KhirtS' laundried and unlaundried, Underwear,
I Suspenders, Half Hose, Lisle Thread (llovee, Silk Umbrellas, etc.
A Daisy line of Neat, and Nobby Neck Wear, in Rlylos and prices that excel
coinpi tii'i.:; 1 bought for ir.sh . and am dotermined to slniiKhtar high pricfB.
1 No y mint: man s wardrobe com pi i-i',... w i thou t an add ition from this hand seme
1 If you w ant a Suit, of Clothes, wuy down iu price and way up in . unl 1 1 y , do
not 6tand on the order of your coming, but come at once,
i My slock of I lata k nocks all others fifty per cent, lower in pric, all new,
! neat, freuh, and the latest styles. Also
Dry (ioods Homespuns, Ginghams, Notions, Carpets in fact a general stock,
from w hich everybody may select, at H x k Bottom Prices. my7 dw6m
the Little Store
'Round the C6rhfr
Has doubled if self. It is square in shape, and square in its dealings
Our old lriends have long been convinced of this fact, and it will take
only one call from new ones to positively assure them. Bear in mind
we are always able to put before the customer anything and everything
we advertise and at the prioes named.
Listen to the wonderful inducements we are offering this season, and
remember we have not th slightest fear of competition ; our prices can
not be met by any house in the city. Why? do yon ask T It is a sim
ple story and easily told
WE PAY CASH ! SPOT CASH!
i Thas saving the time prices and
liiiytVfiieiii. uui cusiiuiei gci, me
pi 1 owe. ..xuw .see iui juuischsn :
, Hevy Unbleached Homespun,
- s .1 1 - 1. 1 . . 1 1 11 .
mjfipd Unbleached Homspun, 1c.
,uuuu 1 ' 11 uj ii lien 1 iiiiiii ppiui, ic. t ,
jBeod Gingham, oc. Pia jd Uomesimu. .".c. The verrhe CAllcoe's. 5c.
- IAwns, very handsome patterns and good quality, 5e'.'
India Linens, from 8c. per yd. up. ' -
Iflaid Nainsooks, all grades and all prices.
Striped Nainsooks, all grades and all prices.
Colored Stripped Nainsooks, only 10c. yard.
Embroidered India Linen Suits, only $2.50.
Beautiful Chambrays. Satincs,
Embroidered Satine Suits, the
season, elegant and very low.
Cashmeres and Woolen Dress Goods of all kinds.
Percales, Dress Gingham, and Gingham Dress Suits. ' tr'
liarge size all linen Towels, only 10c. An elegant knotted fringe
bleached Damask Towel, only 35c, and the largest and finest Damask
Towel in the city for 20c. and 25c.
Endless variety of Napkins and Table Damask.
Stamped Linens of all kinds. Boufe Scarfs, Splashers, Tidies, Table
Scarfs, etc., .with the best wash working Silks in all the new colors, only
4c. sfcein, and the very best Frenfch Working Cotton, turkey' red, bine
and white, at 10c. per dozen, worth 2,c.
Rick Rack Braid, full 18 yd. pieces, 5c.
All linen Torchon Laces, 10c. doz. yards, l ull line imported Torchon
and Medici Laces, very low. Our Oriental and Egyptian Laces are
cheaper than ever seen.
' Ladies' Cape Collars. rc. and io.-. Child's linen Standing Collars, Sc.
Ladies, Cuffs, 10c. Lace Seiim, full width and beautiful goods, only
lc. per yd., worth 'JOc.
. Cambric embroidered Edges and Insertions, embroidered Cambric
Flounces, Swiss Flounces, Oarnbric All Overs and Swiss All Overs.
Ladies' Corset, good, 2."c. Ladies' solid colored Hose, -lc. Gents'
J Hose, oc. Gents' A Hose, Pritish, no seams, 0c. pair. Gents'
Hose, imported Britisti, 20c.
Pants Linens and Cassimeres of all kinds. A good Pants Jeans, 9c.
Gents' Soft, Felt and Stiff Hats, and ask for our pure Mackinaw Straw
Hat at 50c.
Gents' nice linen Guffs,
Gnte' Collars in all the very best and latest styles, and very low.
Gents' gauze Shirts and Drawers of all grades.
Ladies' gauze and Balbrigan Vests from 40c. to 0c, very line goods.
Be sure to call for our Ladies Worked Button
hole Shoe, only 90c. per pair.
And remember we, have a complete line of Lad ies,4 Misses and
Children's Qiioes bf the very best graces. We are at lea$f 2$ to f0 per
cent.-lower' on Gents' Shoes than any house in town -
Be sure and look for us. Our stand is the same old place, one door
from Pollock on Middle street, and though the store has been very
much enlarged and altered in appearance, it can be easily fODnd.
NEW BERNE, N. C.
X. B. The finest and very best Gents' Shirt ever sold in North Caro
lina can be found with us, at only 75c. Rememher it is-made of New
York Mills Muslin, 21 hundred, Linen Bosom, Collar Band and Caffs,
and hand made button holes. We guarantee them to be as good if not
better than any shirt ever sold in New Berne for 1. 00. If not so we
will refund the money to any customer wh
Ask for Ives' Leader Shirt.
THE CLOTH I EE,
IS MAKIG THIS SEASON
A Specialty of Fine Clothing and Gents'
And is therefore better prepared than
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Our Suits aro stylish and well made,
Rock Bottom Prices.
Our line of FURNISFIIN G OPS
In NECK WEAR and SILK HANDKERCHIEFS we are eihibitinir a line of
goods that are creations of the beautiful and captivating in their elegant sim
plicity. STYLLSI1 IIATS Derbies. Iifiht, black and brown: Fur Flats of all ahanes and
qualities, and Crush Pocket Hats in all
Straw Hats, latest shapes, handsome and
l ull stock of DR GOODS and NOTIONS. Ladies' and Gents' Shoes at prices
to suit the times and your pocketbook. A Ladies' 1'oxcd Gaiter onlv f'tlc.
We are still having a big run on our 53.50 genuine, line French Calfskin Shoes
in Ii.ils. and Congress, which are acknowledged the nicest and best Shoa in the
market. A full guarantee given w-i 1 1 1 every pair.
DAVID M. JONES of Beaufort will be pleased to meot his old friends and
Middle street, next to L. II. Cutler .
HAVE BEMOVED TO THEIR
TWO STORES, SOUTH OF THEIR FORMER STAND,
And keep of FLOUR, MEATS, COFFEE. SUGAR, SYRUPS
MOLASSES. SAXiT, TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGAmS, aa
everything in the GROCERY UNE, a FULL STOCK and at
LOW PRICES for CASH. ft34h
I I i I A N'l Al'OIDICKT.
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Win. H. OLIVER.
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