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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. ('., .MM-. Hi. ss7
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- Some have ieaty, some have more,
We ha enough and so much to spare
- To talk to yoa matters concerning oar store,
hk4k in feetftOd substance is inst
eMOMIOOBer, WWU joa, uugfcu-.. , shepd Bryan waa the first called
wtttiU till better we hre sold a good quantity of them already, bat , for. Hia object WM "Liberty," and
not eQOOth to break the immense assortment In the various branches of der thia head he treated briefly the
! following rabjeota: civil, individnal,
T ATVT1ES' T)RSS O00DS in the new leading shade, j paternal, political, religioua liberty,
Uli 11 M wjwb " I and liberty of the preaa. He ia a good
Oinliams, Pongee i, India Lawns, Fiques, Am-
j reader, and the enbject of his compo
broidered DrMS Bobea and so on. aiUon waa well handled.
Fiae iia r Houons,
inXt Krrlstinjr Trimmings, Embroideries, Para- which h naturally fell into oonoeming
0l hi Tarions style, in fact we cannot enumerate all we hare tiie mo-t nouble Confederate war yea
' ael. The iron-clad ship that steamed
for the ladies. out from Newport News in 1SC3 and
READY MADE CLOTHING in ny .juantity for Men j created suoh excitement in Hampton-
l'lenty of Bboea
vart iielerJBrta. make.
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N iur. raoiwi uww r- .
Fnraitnrt, P-nrnitnre, Glassware and Groceries,
in trutltbost aajtktag needed that may add to your happiness,
Which you Will BTlrtly procure by ging your patronage
to Yonrs sincerely.
ULU I lllllli tUrUMIUU I
to th. Saara Uty occupied by Wm. Hollar, where with more Room to display
ki increased Saook, he ia, with the aaeistanoe of
IVAXt. t-AJVI Ui.L JL,
prepared' to show and aell at Hard Pan fVijea, .,
Thd FINEST. KOBBIEST, NEATEST, PKETTUCST and BEST ,
jci uooutii 1 Ek.A4w
Oent rnralahinsr Goods,
Straw, Derby and Fur Hats,
Boots and Shoes,
Dry Goods, Etc.,
I AM SOLE AGENT FOR
L L J1ITLES' KLXo CALF SEWED $2.50 SHOES
TheaalTBhoeaaoidtntlilscUy that ar WAR8AST-D-
by the MaoaTactorer TO MX and BY MK TO MY
tJVH TO M Kltrt. Tli: ilvery rtr U WuTMUdi thcmld
gojof them la any way within any reaaonaWe time
wm Ht, I will apoo rvtarn of damacwl pall aod tt
aaentaa tolita of wear, iithik aarvno the M on kt
er cm iioran ntrw pais m kxcuansb. It la the
i, loMt ana eneapt isnoe in iae worm nr me
lay. Thereof 1 Button. Plain and Strp Tood
ma kod Lace Up Shoe.
1 )mm ihHh1i1i
trig dUrena, who have b.oahtthe "BMTLW 8IIOK.
mm f whlnti have won one pe.tr aa lona l? month,
aad proooanc tt the Best, Cheepeat and Kaaieal Wear
law Hboe in ta world.
I rpctfBll7 eoiicit an Inspection of
tn xi to all parenaeing from u.
Kiddle Street, at Wm.
'07 Sprinsflnnouncement 07.
We wish to call the attention of our Cus
tomer8 and friends to our elegant stock of
Spring Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
Our Stock ia aew nearly complete, and we are prepared to give you
GOOD CLOTHING AT LOW FIGUBES.
Ilia well known fant th it our Suits give better satisfaction than any
jo can iad in theeity. Why i Becaoae we bny from the best houses, and
when we guarantee an article you can depend on it, and any article that does
aoi suit may be returned and money refunded.
BLUB. SUITS, 15.00 to $10.00. Our f 10.00 Suit we guarantee fast
olor ; if it Cades w return your money.
Our lin of $10.00 Suits can not be matched in New Berne so they allsaif
Be lUTw-naei tU it you want a nit of any kind ; if we can't suit you out
of stoek: w can order it for you.
Wo kare aa usual the fiaeet line of STRAW HATS in the city. Boys
50o. Straw Hata a specialty. Mackinaw Straw Hats 50c. up.
Wo wiah to call attention to our line of MEN'S FINE SHOES. Stacy
Adams & Co.'s and James Means & Co.'s. We are sole agenta here.
Oustoek of JIECKWEAS ia very complete, and is being constantly
add W. " ' '
Large line of GENTS' FURNISHINGS, consisting of Underwear, Sus
penders, IL Hose, Garters, Collars and Cuffs, etc.
Trunks and Valises, Btraw Mattings, Pine Straw Matting? and Carpets.
Nice lot of Porpoise Hide Shoe Laces.
Do not bny before you see us.
HOW AM) & JONES.
war. war, war.
Look xrt for tJxo War
HAVING JUST KETUENKD FROM TOE OliTU WITH
A Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions,
and everything 70a can
K.ll for Tii.na.llv
I am determined to open war againat rackets and high prices.
1 o prove tha same I quote some of my prices :
Hata aa low aa 5c.; a nice hat for 25c.; and for 50c. I can give you a fine
And fehoee. I ean astonieh the natives. Why I can give you a Ladies'
Button Shoe for 97o.; a nice Foxed Gaiter, only 65c. I alao have a nice line
a 1 Ladle' Low Quarter Shoes, 93c. In fact I have a large and well selected I
tock.oiLShoea, and guarantee prices to suit the times,
fkrea Bice Handkerchief for 5c. Also a nice Linen Handkerchief for 5c.
alaa lava a veil selected line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
A goo4 Dalaandried Shirt from 35c.
AurgA and well selected line of
Jjookat.tfua! Wlyr I can give you
A"Nfce AU Wool Bine Flannel Snit, onh $7.00.
A Gob&Diazonal Suit, Black or Brown, for $9.00.
uwwi'i)" -j "
AlacyVgwx rmf Carpets, Mnttins, Oil Cloths, Tmnks and
VftllseS, , . - .
Cone on f Com all ! to the Headquarters of the W ar Department, and be
eoaiTinced that I ean
Sell Yon Goods
Bishop Bnilding, cpp. Baptist Church.
JA3, A-IH0U3, SALXsms.
this, that we haven't had any fair
ManaKercnien, uuvmjiih, aucu-
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at ail prices, oeaiuea wc.i
Gents' Hats, Nrwftr, "i(
f. If! rwr Trd to tl.75.
The Celebrated Pearl Shirt.'
from eome or on r rvrat an u i mui -
our Stock and guarantee entire aatiefao-rg
Hollieter's Old Stand, Sign oi Flag.
kent in a first class Drv Goods Store,
8carfs IMc. up
Than Any utner House in
Closing Exercie of tKe Nw Berne
I Graded School.
! The continuation of the closing exer
. cise of New Berne Graded School were
held t the theair Wednesday morning
beginning at 10 o'clock. The day 's ex
! ercises began with prayer by Rev. Dr.
Prof. Neal annonnced that the read
'"a0' compoeitiona waa next in oruer.
..Wm ,, We mU(rt
correct an error
commonly reported, bat the'-Virginia."
wedo not offer this aa a criuciamo
We do not offer thia aa a crtticiam oi
the oocapoeitfcm, which was very credlt-
able, but to correct an error in history.
j Tb9 old wooden wax veasei, Merrimac,
: was retmilt by the Confederates, made
ironclad gunboat, and named the
John S. Thomajs wag the next reader.
His composition on "Character"' was
. well written, and certainly well read. :
' Prof. Neal then came forward and
: announced the annual honor roll. This I
; include all who hare been on the I
! monthly honor roll for eight months ;
out of the ten, and is baaed upon
. achoiarahip, attendance and deport- i
i ment. The following ia the list :
i Second grade Bertha Kafer and Wil-
, . r Q
Fourth grade-Lou ia Suter.
Fifth grade-Roe. Dail.
Sixti grade Jennie Burrus, Nannie
Hu, aad Robert Crawford.
8eventh grade Bertha Cwtler, Nellie!
Pearee and Geo. Whitfield. '
Eighth grade-Ada Burrue.
.Hn vr Rptnann '
1 John S.Thomaa.
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betog abeerrt on professional business,
the duty of presenting the certificates of
dUtlQCtion and diplomas devolved upon
John 8. Long, Eeq. After an appro
priate address of a few minute oon-
laerning the work of the school, the fol
lowing were presented certificate of
Lather Taylor, Nannie Hill. James
3ilL, Nettie Toleon, Ciarita Clnrk, Boea
Dail, Carrie faiuamona, Jennie Burrus,
Maiy Bendren., John Mayo, Oswald
- Woifenden. Lewis Cox. Charles'
t. . r . ; Ci . 1-n. n .j.
fiArendaiL Bextha Cutler, Bobett
0wfe7drAda Burrus, George- WhnV
rleld ."Emma Henderson, Willie Ferebee.
Sbepari Bryan, John Thomas, Samuel
Brinseo, WiUie Schissler and Bertha
.j. . '
The following were awarded diplo-
Bhepard Bryan. John S. Thomas and
Samuel M. Brinson.
The benediction was pronounced by
Ebv. Mr. Crawford and the audience
Promptly at 8 p.m. a large and Intel-
ligent audience assembled to witness
the presentation of the medals and to
hear the address of Clement Manly,
Prof. Neal announced that the schol-
arship medal had been awarded to Mr.
John S. Thomaa. and that H. B. Brvan.
Eeq.. would present the aame. Mr
Thomas ascended the platform, and Mr.
Bryan, in a short and appropriate ad
dress in which he urged the recipient
to climb high and rest aru red that there
ia room at the top of the- ladder, pre
sented the medal.
W. W. Clark. Eeq., on the part of the
judge on. declamation, annouuoed that I
it waa the unanimous opinion of the
same that the declamation were above
the average, and that the judges had
great difficulty in deciding between two
of th ttv.laimern. the nomnositiona of
the pieces being totally different and 1
both well delivered. These were Mr. !
John 8. Thomas and Mr. Shepard J
Bryan. But they were compelled to ,
decide between the two and had award-j
eA thft mndal" to Shenard Rrran. Mr. !
Brvan ascended the Dlatform. and John ,
9. L?ng, ileo... in a beautilul and ap
propriate address, presented the medal.
These medals are beautiful in design, ,
14 carat gold, and were prepared by ;
Mr. Sam. K. Eaton, The scholarship
medal waa offered by the law firm of 1
Guion & Pelietier and the declamation
medal by Mr. T. A. Green.
Prof. Neal announced thet this closed
the exercises of the session of 1S87, ten
dered his thanks to the audience for
their attention and expressed the wish
that they would lire to meet there on I
many similar occasions. He then an-'
nounced that Clement Manly, Esq.,
would be introduced to the audience. !
W. W. Clark, Esq., came forward
and introduced Mr. Manly, who for one
hour held the audience in breathless
"lence while he spoke to them of Amer-
ican poets and poetry. It waa a polish- LiceD8e ig 8U9tained by ns m810ri,y.
ed, ornate, beautiful address, well de-1 The neariy solid negro vote was the
livered one of the beet ever heard from ; instrument of the result,
that stage. oxford wet.
Thus- oloeed another year of the; Oxford, N. C, June G.
New Berne Graded School. During The locai option election here today
the year two hundred and fifty pupils was conducted very quietly. Eoer
have been enrolled, one hundred and getic work was done on both sides.
t-OTCnl.' .knm war H,aantfl
The trustees finding themselves without 1
funds were compelled to limit free '
tuition to the 1st and 2d grades. Under
these difficulties the success of the
school has exceeded the expectations
of many. It is hoped to extend free
tuition up to the sixth grade for the
next session and thus largely increase
the number of pupils.
! v on:' ""r
ou cannot waste time in expeii-
menting when your lungs are in dan-
ger. Consumption always seems, at
firBt, only a cold. Do not permit any
dealer to impose upon you with some
nKn imit-Atu-in nf Dr. Tvin(7 Xaw Dia
. r, .. .
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, but be sure you get the genuine.
Because he can make more profit he
mav tall too ha haa unmet hinir iust as
good, or juat the aame. Don't be de- j pression. don June 20.
ceived, but inakt upon getting Dr. Reidsville went dry by a majority of Americans honored m cambridoi:.
King's New Diacovery, which ia guar- 50. Pittsboro went dry. Snow ilill London, June 7. Cambridge Univer
anteed to giverelief in all Throat, Lung ' dry by a vote of two to one. The result 6ity has conferred honorary degrees
and .Chert aff actions. Trial bottloe fre j at Margaretsville as well as at Sakm upon Prof. Gray of Harvard College,
at R. N. DufTy'B drugstore. was a tie. Knrs ami CHcrver. ' and "ir Donald Smith of Montreal.
' Miss Maria Manly's Sele.-t School tor
; On East Front street in a no:it little
building fitted up for the purpose, Miss
Maria Manly has been teaching for the
laat ten months a select school for Kirls
The exercises of this school clrsed
Wednoeday with the award and proper.-
- , tation of prizes.
1 a niimhpr rf invited friends beinc
present, and the interesting exercises of
the presentation of prizes bein.
FpOn Clement Manly, Esq., ilcvolved
the duty of prestntinj; the prim-? to the
junior department. He was happy in
his manner of performing tb i To
present a dozen or more pn.e.: to as
many different students at the same
'ataxia ing, wim uppropnaie itnuinn i.
' each is rather u difficult tusk, hut Mr.
i Manly proved equal to the occasion :ir.d
: made vry girl think that the best
thiDg had been taid to her a- he made
the following preeentationf :
JL .NIOK DEPARTMENT.
I Spelling First prize awarded Miss A.
History First prize awarded Miss C.
Geography First prize awai. it
' Compocition Firrt ir..-- a -.v
: Miss Maria Cox.
Arithmetic, l?t clasp lir-t
awarded Miss Kathleene Bryan.
Arithmetic, 2nd class Fir-t
awarded Miss E K. Jones.
Reading First prize award- i
French First prize awarded Miod F
Brock-Second to Mies Kathleene liryan.
Recitation A tie. cotLrequer. tly two
prizes were awarded; one to M:ss
Susie Dillingham and one t M t?ter
Grammar. 1st claa First pri.-e
awarded Miss .Nannie Street.
, "ramrna, Ond c, -Y irst p.i.e
, aw arded Master Manly NN hedbee.
. Prize for general excellence in junior
department, 1st class-awarded to
j Miss Hattie Lane.
Prize for general excellence in junior
! department. 2nd class-awarded to Miss
John S- Long' resented the
prizes to the senior department. He
prefaced the presentations with a very
! appropriate and elegant little speech to
itne young lauies, wno graceiuuy re-
ceived the presentations:
History Tie. filet prize awarded to
Mies Nellie Walker
and one to Miss
Literature First prize awarded to
Miss Fannie Jones and one to Mis Eula
Composition First prize awarded to
Miss Eula Nunn Second prize award
ed to Miss Nellie Walker.
Capt. Matt. Manlv also made pre
sentations to the senior department at
uoiuouiiibiLa i 1 1 . v Line- (iwamoi
t0Mifi9 fanDlt Jon(?8- . Kf
Bead prlZe awarded w JIls
t- . i i
"tueu lJ J""i
i"'a .unn,0 . . , . ,f , 1
Spellmg Prize awarded to Miss Eula
French First pri.e to Miss Fannie
Second prize to Miss Eula Nunn.
To Miss Nannie Dixon was awarded a
Prif9 for excellence in mathematics.
history and chemistry.
Prize for general excellence in senior ,
department is awarded to Misd lielen 1
' T Rv- Mr' Shields was accorded the
' duty of presenting the prizes to the
j Kod girls of the school --those who ex
i celled in deportment, lit told them
(what the word "deportment" em-
j braced in its meaning and congratulated
j them upon having won distinction in (
i this line:
In senior department lirst prize
awarded to Miss Nannie Dixon.
In junier department, tirst class
First priee awarded to Misa Faith Brock.
Junior department, seoond class
First prize awarded to Mian Daisy Swert
and one to Misa Maud Green.
In selectinz these Drizes Miss Manlv 1
showed .the same good judgment that
characterizes her discipline and meth-j
ods of teaching. They were valuable
books literary works, handsomely I
bound. In history, literature, physiolo-
'J"' Kc- Mlfts Manly is par excellence a ,
good teacher. She contemplates having 1
a new building erected more suitable
than 'he present one, and will continue
her school as a select one for girl?.
Henderson, In . C
nenderson has gone wet by 1110 ma
jority. Yote light.
Locisbcu, N. C, June 0.
The election here today resulted in
favor of license by nearly two to one. ,
dOLDSBOKO WET. '
GolushoRo, N. C, June th j
(ioldsboro gave license a majority
Win ST. 'N. N. C. June 0.
The vote on local option passed otf
quietly today. Tae majority for license
Cameron. June 0.
Prohibition in carried in Greenwood
limnahin Vie muinritv n uain nf ' ? ,"l
1 over iMt year's vote.
WaSHINhtov N. (t . .Ttion tl
1 Ptjuil vvao a llio j ci i 1 1. y ... wi . . i. , -uu c
in fayor of license
' HAKLuTTE wnr.
CliAi'.L. .TTK. June '3.
Prohibition defeated by forty ma
jority. A hard-fought contest.
PL liUAM DRY .
Dl'RH a M . June 0.
Durham has given prohibition a
majority of b4
vi'arrenton went dry by a majority of
2; Pittsboro and Concord also went drj-.
Raleigh went Lil majority for prohibi
The town of Seaboard tave a pro
" rTav's election.
hibition majority ot nine votes in yes-
Southport nee Smithfield weut dry for
the fim7lme in it8 hi9tory Rnd lheJta
0f tnat ancient town, to whom their
, grog has been as water to most of them,
! are astonished at the result beyond ex-
m rniiiiii i ti r.
Chas. F. J.::
;t 1 .
I' poii t! :.romh!u the Superior
Court on Vi.-dnesday luornin' Chap. F.
Jones, who had been convict', d of mur
der . and Cy r n s '.- -1 oro. ; . an J Demp
sey Dell, i' ! . '. had bteii convi'-ted
of larceny, w en- hroctdit ir.to t'tiuit.
His UoiMr ar.n' n n -o.i his readiness to
n lor a new iriai in tue
lii-1 prisonti s counsel.
V. V. CUrk. I'.-'i . stated th-tthey
asked for a new trial upon th - .u:id
that His Honor charged the jury that
the evidence showed murder" n noth
ing, thus taking from the jury the
question of malice. Hid II' ;-,"r over
ruled the motion for a new trial, statiup
that hp had delayed the matter for
several day? and given it consi
thought, nnd could find no reasor
granting a i:0w trial. Th" prisoner's
counsel gave notice of an ap 'eal. Soli
citor White then aked the j IgiaeM of
the Court. ah"re was a death-like c-tiil-ness
in the court room while His Honor
proceeded to pa-s the -oler.in scr.teno.
He said he wt.ul 1 (si r. -s no --plr.i -a
abcut the matter, but would ni:.; y 1"
what the law required
njunee tl;.? se:;t-noe
w as that the sherilT
prisoner and h.im afeli
-th lay of July. 1--7
the hour- of : " a. m.
.vi uld take l.;:i: t' t hv
' f hi:ii-
w i .en.
an i 1
unt:. : ! -. e
1- t r.
p . m . i e
e ,1 until
wh ' ap
fr .ni the
ti.ju and harg i.iiu t-v
he wa-i dend. The prir-' re
peared a little L.i agitnt
time he waa brou-'l.t in lid
t'i be alltrcted by ti;e m-i
Honor told him th.it if 1
thought seriously of hi
was time for him to do ?:
better consult person 5 nn r-
e had not
..in J it i n it
that he had
a.lvising him a to the future tlvn i.e.
The sentence, of eour-e is .-uspended .
until the Suprem t'ourt p i-s. :ip"n
the motion for a new trial. I; i; H
granted, the prisoni r will siai 1 f r
trial at the next term of the Court: if ;i
new trial is not granted, then i: be
comes the duty of the ll vo: r to
name the dav for the execu.i n.
CyniR Weetbrook. wl-.i:e, !.nd I-.-:.'. p
sey Bell, cel.. having been conyicti .1 of
larceny, the Solicitor aked the Judg
, ment of the Court. Weetbrook "s attor
neys made an e.irne.-t appeal for'.iim.
Bell's attorney also appealed to His
Honor for merry. His Honor siatiu
that they had been convicted iind he
saw no mitigating circumstance? in
their favor. The sentence was that
Weetbrook go to the penitentiary for
three years and Hell for two. West
brook's counsel gave 1: ire f an
The civil docket was taken up und
1 the case ot Price v. lri . suit f. rdi
1 vorce in which the hu-ban 1 ap;..- ir-'.l -t-j
plain 1 1 tl was begun.
This case was hotly coe.te.-t- 1 Mid
consume 1 the entire day Me-sr.-W.
K. Clarke and M. DeW. Stevenson
represented the lUaintitfand I.. J. Moore
and Simmons iV Manly the defend
ant. Th'1 arguments of counsel were
able and earnest. Verdict for defend
ant. The pluinti'.f was immediately
arrested upon a capias from Nash
county for hbai.il.'nnvnt and lolgej in
All jury cases remaining on the. dock
et were continued and the eir"
discharged for the term.
Editor Journal We were pri
yesterday at the awarding of pri:
the scholars of Miss Manly 's school.
were much pleased at the interest man
ifesud both by the teacher, the scholars
and the visitors. The prizes were books
of good selection, elegantly bound, and
distributed as rewards for scholarship
and deportment. We were not present
at the examination, which we regret.
but we heare
a good report of
Right here, Mr. Editor, we enter one
protest against the too fiequent custom
peopio or senuing rueir
to a female academy
to do what is called graduating, and by
some styled "the finishing touches of
education," as though we did not have
as competent toachers in New Berne as
t can be found in Raleigh, Goldsboro.
Greensboro, or in any other city or town
' in the State of North Carolina. The
best educated and most accomplished
. females that we have ever known were
i educated in their native town and
. never saw the inside of a fashionable
boarding school in their lives. We do
i not believe that there is a city or town
' in the Slate tliat can show as manv- good
; schools as New Berne: they do not
j make any display-by sending eut adver
' tisine; pamphlet., but they are all ex
, cellent schools. 1 1.
MI'.. el.AUsT'.XE S REl'vKT T- l."MH.'S,
I.'iNPi'N. June 7. Mr. Gladstone ar
rived from Wales at 0:10 p. m. He was
much fatigued . He spoke at Newport.
Gloucester and Swindon, principally en
the Irish question.
At Newport Mr. Gladstone addiessed
an enormous crowd. He challenged
the government to facilitate the passage
of the coercion bill by giving Irish
combinations the same protection as
British combinations and abandoning
the insulting proposal of permanent
Mr. Gladstone's next stop was made
at Swindon. In his speech here he in
vited his opponents to follow the exam
ple of Wellington and Disraeli, and
themselves propose what the country
wanted. If they did this Mr. Gladstone
promised that they would receive the
support of the liberals.
intense heat has prevailed during the
homeward journey, and many persons
fainted in tho crushes at the various
stations where the train stopped.
Mr. Chamberlain will address the
Liberal Union next Tuesday, when he
will deal with Mr. Gladstone's speeches
SI. MAYKR WOl NDi:n IN A DUEL.
Paris, June 7. M. Arene. a member
of the Chamber of Deputies, challenged
M. Mayer, editor rd La Imttrne. for an
attack through the columns of that
paper on the Corsicans. M. Mayer ac
cepted the challenge, and the duel was
MM. Clemancean and Lockrny acted
as seconds for M. Mayer, and M. R-u:i-ach.
editor of La Uepublique, and Dep
uty Morilon appeared iu the same capa
city for M. Arene. Swords were the
weapons used. M. Mayer was slightly
wounded in the hand and arm.
the (.pern's .iui.ii.ee.
L"ND''N. June 7 The Queen's jubilee
guest will occupy all the royal and
many aristocratic private residences in
London. The Uueen will move her
court to Windsor
June 1 ij . and to Lon-
.a 1 Mure.
pro-; -l rus
period i", f 1 i tv . f our
hlrns u a ; ; u ! !; i :i - w h u cl . - , i wn ed
i i . - w c : . -
i her o'.vr. whip pirn:
and iroiitr-'il. i her i.wt; l;ippirur. Then
laroe sum - of mouey w ere ai;t;ually -x-piided
L.:.)'o; her eitiz Tie. di tributod
amonK' all c th" null ni-.-n for
lumber to t.'iiild a:.d repair her vessels,
the merch;nis for supplying them with
stores, l : . :..;! makers for sail ships,
carpenters, ealkors. blacksmiths, con
tractors, seauien, and many other in
dustries too mimerona to mention, were
made prosper t.
of money bt n
thiH large volume
t at home among
In. r own iie : . itrribatina to the
oh : how chaneed' the situation "at the
ciose ot tne war . nor citizens, many ot
"en.- ii:ue.-s in uuier prui,
returned le n... t., r'.n.l i.h. ir fnrt.in.
their all. swept a-vav bv the unfortu
uate ttru:;Ie. No more did Xew Heme
beliol.l r.i the placid waters of the
Xeti-e and Trent her thirty or forty
sail vessels; they too, were all gone.
Though, Phoenix likelier people, one
ano an. went to work wun a wui, ae-
termined to redeem their lo-t fortunes
manv or tiieru hive succeeded), the
interest, paramount to
r, was ail
jwptl to passj from
ier !....! 1: t t'f '
u por.iti. .up. not or.
i. ..1 1 - of loreiKU
dollar of which is
".V ia L d
1., o:i, v in . 1
1 t N ;'. . : : !
:e.,:.iers 1- ... her
-:. : 'i i.e 1:1 :.-y would
; -:n a: i..-:i.e. u..ing em-
her se;t!;i. :i . ef. I dj n.t
anvthir.:.: detrimental to the
.-portati'-n comp miei: th.--;,-gentlemen:
n bu.-m-.s-' principles, u
ii'or.ev ' 'ii: of it ttiev can
: r ti e. . e.ves
r.ree goo a
. ,:n'- ri.n.n.ng t" our port that give shipper--
.j 11. !: t ransporta; iun at reasonable
r;u.-s. 1 am ..-s-.ly vadtavoring to show
ii e.v v.. ..Six ;.; ! -t to the material proS
p r;:y (tf Bern:' by :: t c mtn .lling
thi- irnportai.t branch "f le"r business.
Tak e for instance, the business cf the
N- u.-e ai;d Trent K.vtr Steamboat edm-
p.ny. a compaiiv owned in New
B iii- .-.ii! Kin to:i. They have
i csj.ita! ' !' forty thousand dol
l..is. the larger part of which
w , 1 spent ::. our midst, among our
p. '.ple in th-.- building of their lleet of
-:x -toamhoais. Tlem in addition to this ;
amount.this -iiipany expends for labor, :
' ".' "i annually.' furnishing our people
v. 1111 employ :u-. nl. ibis is no incon
si !'"..'. sum of money distributed
annual y an: .;: g ;is. vwiieh we all get a
puii at. ."such :: mt enterprises should
re-v-ive as they deserve a liberal support.
We learn that one of these foreign cor
p .rations duing tu-ine-s in New Berne,
one th'tt has ma le more money probably
than ar.y other, not content with the
large patronage they have received from
oar ciiic.ens now, propose to extend
their : 1 iiness 0:1 liie rivers by putting
vis. it . sai i. nc w iron boats. This
c : :(. . y. h'.eng wealthy wi:!: millions
;tt 1;- ... k. won 1.1 soon driv.) off the
pre-"ut eo.n'aiiy. the most important
of its nature owned by our own people.
S,j 'h a comp inv who seeks to build up
its biisiiifFs by j tilling down a weaker
c. 111 pany . sh m Id meet . and I think will,
w nil tiiat righteous indignation its ao
t ' us by u h a cours' would merit.
But oil Lev say it !- not make any
.!;;! ,. ;i e e to me who or w hat company
does the i iisiness. I own no stock in any
of them there is where you are mis
taken. It iln-f make a dill-reu-'e with
you. : ni.ilt-riu! diit'erence. i.c ry dol
lar that is made and : piit, among us
heips us all; hut ! w I. en made out
. l us Mid taken somewhere else and
sp' :.t. They will say they do riot pro
pose t lo anything against any one:
their object is to get business. It is a
well known fact there is not the busi
ntss on these rivers to justify another
line iii coming on. If it be divided be
tween two companies, then the weaker
has got to gel out of the way of the
stronger: that would be the ultimate
result It i- different with the lines
running from New Berny where nil are
wealthy companies, who can atlord to
l.we large ; urn of money for the pur
l f ' arr ing a point. "IT ikn
durir: ; t
W . I .
y f M' .xico
a. . Monday,
a white wo
uld the Drum
. were struck
toe t.i "iltr-.o
Flou-e. at 1
1. ss s-el, e
y liock II r
red our pouters
1 a strike lYr
-ti .r.s rra-
r ;to -a. N.
-u :pci: :e l.
six ty-llrst annive
Am-. rican Home
re continued a- v
e:i-t:t!it:'in.n ( r ,i:
rr.- drfe.V.ed in tie
dm s.j ay by a
. i . not ti .e m ce:
;arv t wo-thi rd -.
In lioston Wednesday Collector Sal
tonstall imposed a line of --l.tioo upon
the Cur.ard Steamship Company for
permitting an insane woman to lac 1
fr-'Ui one of their vessels.
A national convention of lie ; :y la
- e "- rs Isegi.rs
day. t.'ne ol
to secure unii'
luting child lal
in rhllad-.,,!,: . ye
ct of the c n:- :.:
rtoi-y in tl. 1 .-'. -.
,t in dhfer'. Sta
ford. Ont.. was Luruc
I'otir small children, ail un.
of age. perished i:i the l
parents, with a baby, br.r
witli their lives.
Win. Dtnl'm. captain tl
Army, was c 'nvicted atl.ai
Wednesday, of c-nspirac
awav from h-'V' Lizzie Kop
i vat i
r Pa .
I I ;
Mar. heim .
as oef, rr d.
at; .:i ef
r ! -kil
t ' lr
1 a .1 ; -
: :: t.i
l c in ; ,
w.-i-- -dd 1 c tin
ill 1'ittstui i
eourt for fi.oo
by parties mte-r
ti' -n scliem-c
Jane s 1'. M. ti
the New Y erk
tho body M.v :
and stati-s t'nat
party w l.. f.m
tied that it was
Ju L:e Iilodgi
day. heard ar
r, .-urn ct th" o'.
smittel J. T;i
debt amou: t
s2o Oeo. due by
W is tUl :
s i w
u: i ; .
---:s a sto
Dei!:. I'll 1; t .1
Fi-iT"it J.'fitXA... -1: i
conceded that th- iU'-t
p tTurs am) rA:.i:i;;:s.
. 1 1 ti L'n ris t rs
I'll ! l,i HI
"''!. '7i- r.in:
hr.v e L'ivi u a
iK'w i'npnlse .n ti
ur orojis. and to
No time can be
, s must bt1 kept
t ! ; o ; a s as we.
1"-' -.v: the ,
inov:'). whati vov else Ptoj.-i. A
noiiplrtn l.-i to i'!o'.v out every other
row, skippi:)? one. This freshens '
np ti. earth ovi r one linlf the roots '
: ot' each plant. "No parr of the erop
i i s l-unt wo i ti n rr on Inn rr ororu nirt
i may ret some benefit from the'
Vlow within a week: tinder the
I us-u.ti mei uou ,i part nmy muvb to
t v,ni i or two weeKR. riiturs mnst'i,;, ,T,1V iipr Tinf.t(, ,lri
, .. 4.1.. t: I W'V nere WUU OttS and
impact the snrfaee and rnt ofT air
em n ii : ii
uum Liieio. j io-wiiij; iilteiULtlt!
middles gives a half lnng : if not
as good a whole lnng. it is decided
ly better than no lung at a!!. Jane
is the month for making weed
rapid growth i.s desirable. le-
j peated workmgd is the best meaua
ot promot nig it. It is at preseut
1 almof.t ali the i.trmeia ca,u d( to
bflp his cTop. He cauaotregiilateiuaveabarean in this town. We
iue iiiiuun, auu uc caniiui uuuiroi
lie .- -iiaiuiiB. Hot lie eive.s air t-o
t.ic 1 1 ' 1; --. 110 can retain nioii-rure.
1 tli ' s.iu uy pulverizing the crust,
lie can kefp 1 1 1 0 heat Iroiu roacliinji'
rho mots !j mt.-rpo;.i!g a had m
dueling Iaer 01 lineiv divided
1 ii 1 i
w a : '
can uo a greafi ieal.
tor tiic seasons to do
.Vet wt-ii yuur pare ;
. ii ilOl .11 d' tiu ruoiit
ar baud. 1
0:11 s ' OOI
1' -.iie i lint 1 iol 1.
ti Veil to tl:llulate
isouic extra induee-
A promised barbecue after;
L..e i a veiv healthy stimuient.
pay or injudicious presents
when :n a iiusii ol'ien do lrarni
awaken the .nsniciou that you are
dependent, bm'u suspicion utterlv
ruin., he necro as a laborer. Hut
a baibivur ;s ora.Hhiug to talk
anon:. (U-veiops expectations,
cites lmag-'nation. The tear
misiin- it stimulates :o good be-
i Savior arid good work. Controlling
iDorers and getting work ont 01
them is to small parr of a farmer's '
. - T, ,, , . 1
business. He should make it n
special a:.d con-ran- vfndv. The ;
negro has a special nature which1
yon cannot change, am ! you must
atlan? vonr manarrpnient ro"ir. Yon
would not manage a mule just a
v j -
vmi do a norse.
You make certain
allowances IV r mult
you nefid not ; ry to
gro as you would
Civil 1 ;glifs law s an;
mas do n oh.ingc
foundations of the
ileeplv lap! for tb:.
manarre n re-
s w hire
rn a n .
Utor :!! too
or siloing purposes, exieniiiont
to hp hud.
har whu h 1- cut before
is better. Sheaf oats
the best feed for horses
and tb host rjnalitv is
secured hy cutting in me dough
statth The grain lias then reached
about its maximum of development,
and the straw ts decidedly more 1
nutritions than when cut later. 1 which basso long been isolated
But. it must be borne in mind that j from Washington, we now feel that
when cut green, more curing will ' there is a closer sister tie. The
be necessarv. It is best therefore j board of magistrates, with the corn
to t:e in small bundles and pnt in ; missioners, elected a board of edu
smali and rather open shocks. It' f cation. The old board, consisting
the weather will permit, leave ell of Messrs. J. L. Win field, chair
the caps. It showery, of conrse 1 man, 1 Li. Johnson and F. K.
caps should be put on ; but it will j Guilford, were elected by acclama
pav, even then, to take off caps in tion. Not a single objection was
bright sunshiny davs and put them ! brought against the present incum
back when rain threatens. Musty, 1 bents. The chairman of the board
half rotten oats are more than of education submitted his report
worthless thev are positively in-' for the last two years. It showed
jui ious to stock. Upou the whole. : f3 school districts, of teachers, 77
we are inclined to think that where : schools taught the last year and a
conditions permit, it is better to ! balance in the treasury of 5,600.
ciit. cure and handle oats like hay. -
In this fast, rushing age, wheat ,
is otten sent to mill Uetore it is ary. .
The time cannot be taken to sun it. '
If the wheat has not been dried the 1
next best thiug is to snn the Hour
as soon as it comes from the mill,
l'.y sunning rJour, putting in sacks
and storing in a dry loft, we have
kept it sweet and sound two years.
W. L. J., iu Atlanta Constitution.
HERE AND THERE.
nvLei toU.Mi roRi;nsi'osi)KM'.
Lai iid a: e excessive in some parts
o; L'an'ego township.
Died, in Currituck, .Mav 2Sth,'Rress to have u repeated may oe
Mi ' Rnfns Wiitsnn nt'r'unKiimiifiiin.
Ailig.i, or Lake planters are very
uiuch troubled by worms and bugs.
.Mrs. C J. Rhem and Mrs. Lryan
came t" Leticbville on the L'Dtli nit
on a visit to their husband.--.
Al the bride's father. Jao. M.nrj.
were mariied by Mr. Scott, Mr.
1). M. Carter tic Miss L'.Ia Mann.
Mr. and Mrs. Libie, who have
been speudiug some mouths South
with their daughter, Mrs. M. J.
Kdiii i f o . :-etnrnod home on Mot).
i , v
The Pi l mi t i vo Laiitis-ts held ihoir
I'nioa at the head of Tungo. and
the Di-ciple- at Middlcton, on the
last Fridav, S.ituiday and Sunday
Mrs. I,.! lilouiii i.-i; lu-. New
Lleine on the 3d. where she will
spend sometime with her relatives.
We are sorry to loe her genial
company even temporarily.
Gen'l Lewis Miowed us recently
an ant'- nest which w
Hi-cad oteck. The m
.s found on
1 '.Vila ;:p--lili.c
a be lit I ,Vo
.id i iit lie
: oe Ol'll
parent ! mrsue .f tin
hornet's a;ol v;
bet long by five
Tie- ;::'."- were
mule Th.'U ;; :
' .'i her vrn age,
ton on Mav ii!f
1 t'.e ot'ei 'ju
L- aeh vill-. ivhi"
:.ef d lv. win n
;"e T' load ;
a.-: nal v-irkint:
or: d r:
she went to Mays
leaded 'in 2o h rears
d.raught of 7 1 -.
Commencement e.eiei.e ni Fau
lego Male and Female A-radeiny on
Ihidav night, 27th u!, were naieb
enjoyed, and there wa- one thiug
o:'ly objectionable, and that was
we were to lose the Principal, Mr.
. ( . Allen, who has, during
stay in onr midst, won 'he .ri
nd esteem of us a'!.
I n order to deserve a
in list boirn fr-- to )
".iatiiage license in lieauf'ort
county has been redaced to two
dollars!. The old bachelors will
come out of their dens now and
take her for belter or worse.
The sanitary condition ol the
town is in a most dreaded state.
No wonder the whole town is fall
of malaria. But it is a bad wind
that don't blow some one good.
The pliv-icians are having a har
vest. 'ews has just been received
here that V. A. Potts, jr., of Au
rora, ehot and killed Paul Lincke
nifht. The constable
cri fn nnrri.niaru
.Indop. Avprv in nnt.tincr in anmn
good work at this term of the
lr.rt ,, , ... . .
court He is dispatching business
rapidly and he don't hesitate to
' decide all questions in which qnes-
tions of law are involved, thereby
! saving time and a great deal of
,lmortaiiil ti't tha
1 ji.iioi., ;., ...
active, euergelie corresnondent.
'A bo will yatlit-j- up all the news in
tip- adjoining counties and trans-
mit the sam' to (Ik- ?.f sarnqrr tri
Oar townsman Dr. S. T. Nichol-
, . , , , ,
son h:us been chosen by the late
1 medical convention to prepare a
1 paper on obstetrics and geneal
ogy. This is a verv flatteriner an-
pointment, and from the evidence
that Dr. Nicholson has given of liis
knowledge of this department of.
Pioi ii'.a lurisiirni itipp vro nu-io
1 grounds to expect an interesting!
1 and niofi-able n-ncr
. T. . t t jducingfarm in the world. It runs
1? , th ptl" 100 "iles;. north and south, and
'Jf 10 er Dit thct -Vcv many miles eat and west, and is
so!ibv ,,u'. "" T.Tbe owned and operated by a syndicate
, " - 'f, ThoseJ of Northern capitalists. Their
, A , , ! , r
''I"'rV:" ; "1.. h:,.. " trif?
. ' ' ""r;
.i.v.ii.uf, v.,.,i.,,utie great Dalrym pie farm in Da-
,. , - . ,. "
f ' ,. ,r V' , , , , . .
fully illustrated 11 the Hiaractcr of
A minister of the gospel said in '
, ,a "JV"' " l"c
1 -hu'vhes last Sunday that there
. . 1 1 .i
" mort disciplines in uie
, , ... . , , . .,
1 -nr'sc Aua lIje Aposnea
u'"' Ult-'rt' were "Dulldogs in
"uaveL1 iL ls believed by
that the lower animals will be
raised and deli vt red from 'he bond
a tie of corruption into the glorious
likeness of the Son of (kid. Per
' haps 'bulldogs'' are on exception.
The board ot magistrates met
; Monday . The tax levied was tH
'cents on the hundred dollars. The
chairman of the board of county
'commissioners reported that the
j indebtedness ol the eonntv was
?L.',0o). The petition to build a
budge iicioss Town creek, ojiposite J
I Bath, the oldest town in the State, !
was accepted and 2,G00 was aj-ito
propriared for that purpose. Bath, I
The report showed the schools in a I
most healthy condition and that i
i-ue -huujcu scuuuio uau t musi
beneficial effect upon the whole
The Inter-State Commerce Law.
THE VOICE OF THE GRANGE EV j
MURTLMEK WHITEHEAD. i
The strongest efforts arebeiugi
made through the press aud by
taking advantage of technicalities
in the art to bring the Inter State
Commerce law into disrepute, and
j to influence public sentiment
i against it that the attempts evi
i deutly to be made in the next Con-
uccessful. Farmers who
more than all others helped to bring i
about this law, aud who above all
others are interested in its enforce-j
ment. should not be misled by false
statements or let evil overcome'
good because of their apathy or ;
want of knowledge in this matter, j
Tiie verv essence of the inter-
-. . . . i , .,
O-ULC omuieicc ia. i- t ijuuKiy,
ailtl disci lliilliatlOU, "a fair field
and no favor." equal
Cliarges IOr ;
tiai services, equality in pertom
ana in fiiaces. .mi niguer cnarges
for a Wt than lor a long haul; no i
pooling of earnings, no free passes.
We hear of petitions from railroads;
and those who have been enjoying
uiwijual advantages against por-
' ious ot the law ; but
aie more petitions
so lar there
more persons and interests against
any repeal of parts or all of the '
law. Today we read the telegrams
that tell of the failure of two large
bai bed wire manufacturing estab
lishments in Chicago to the amount .
of 7o5,0(0. and "the failure is
chielly attributable to the Inter
state Commerce act.'" If special
rates oi Height and undue advan
taged have been given firms, by
which they became monopolies and
oould cru-h out other firms in the
.-.urn.' line of business who had not
he-e tavors. and w itli the Standard
' hi Co.. vho-- freight rebates have
hta :i announced in eighteen months
time to amount to M",ooo,ooo, and
who 'nave crushed out hundreds of
ii an -' (' ii (
i? im ot these .
t hey cannot
must fall. And
.-uch cases as
.- to -nit
law wa- made and passed.
in! ia he done though the
Our forefathers Said
Peel 1 1 at
i-T., ) ....... ,i .
o;. ot Independence,
ill men should "have an equal
Chance til lile, liberty and the pur-
suit of h 1 mri np; j ' ' Th a f nri n pinnl
.-.ht ot nappinesd. mat principal
1S I he tO'Undation of all OUr Govern-
n, ,,( mwl it ti,n !,;
ment, and it is the chief corner-
stone rd' the Inter titate Commerce
THE PARTING SHIP.
i.'H'.raiT ni'iiNS wrroN.
On rrimsoned couch, the sun once more
At evening's gate lay dying:
Above the sad sea's sullen roar
The grieving winds were sighing;
A barque shot from the lonely shore
With all her broad sails Hying.
And they that sailed upon that ship,
No more they wept nor smiled:
No tearful eye, no trembling lip,
No supplications wild.
No sorrowing for the lessening lands,
No dread of coming ill;
They stood with folded, cold white hand
And heart forever still.
On that illumitable sea
The ghostly vessel sped ;
Out bearing to eternity
The world's unnumbered dead.
1 But on the shore so dark, so fair
rom which they swiftly parted,
Where piercing cries and mute despair
Of mortals broken-hearted.
, , . ,t . . . . .
And silent souls that only gazed
With steadfast, hopeless eyes,
But when the great celestial pyro
For each dead dav is lighted.
Then, looming on the wall of fire
That breathless ship is sighted.
i White with the dead that die each day
, She holds her course alone.
Far through the cloning shadows gray
Oat to the dark unknown,
Tie yesterday upon the shore;
i Today will come tomorrow
neIlt b.ereafttr7eyer niorp '
And so, farewell to Borrow.
tier giaui. nnauow tail, ana gray
ine twilight comes, appalling;
Her cloudy sails shake out the spray.
And then the dew is falling;
j The cordage creaks, and straight we ny
1 Harkl how the winds are calling!
ti,., 1 i' 11.. 1
e exIremc sonthwest corner
Louisiana lies tue largest pro
general manager, J. B. Watkins,
an interesting account of this
gigantic plantation, which throws
aia into tne suaae completely.
"The 1,500XMl acres of oar tract,"
i t'i.; ' 1 , ,
Mr. U atkins said, "w;is purchased
in 1883 from the State of Louisiana
and from the United St ateHGovern-
meni. ai tnar time it was vast
grazing land for the cattle of the
few dealers in the neighborhood.
When J took possession I found
over 30.000 head of half wild horses
and cattle. My work was to divide
the immense tract into convenient
pastures, establishing station
ranches every six miles. The fen c
ing alone cost in the neighborhood
f0,0H. The land I found to be
best adapted to rice, sugar, corn
and cotton. All our cultivating,
ditching, etc.. is done by steam
power. We take a tract, say half
a mile w ide, for ipstance, and place
an engine on each side. The en-
gines are portable, and operates a
cable attached to four plows, and
under this arrangement we are able
plow 30 acres a day with only
the labor of three men. Our har-
rowing, planting and other cultiva
tion is done in a like manner; in
fact, there is not a single draught
horse on the entire place. We
have, of course, horses lor the
herders of cattle, of which we now
have 10,000 head.
"The Southern Tacific Railroad
ruDS for .36 miles through our farm.
We have three steamboats operat
ing on the waters of our own estate,
upon which there are M00 miles of
navigable waters. We have an
ice house, a bank, a shipyard, and
a rice mill." St. Louis Republican.
This powder never vfcnea. A marvel of
purity gtrontrth. and wbolesonienes. More
urtty, atreneXh., and wboleso
conomloal than the ordinary
aconomloal than the ordinary kind, and oan
aau v w auiu iu wui pen btuo w i ui iue w uiiiituuv
of low teat, short weight, alum or phosphat
For sale in Newbern by Alex. Miller
- - - - - -
Prepare for the Season
(Will freeze cream solid in five minutwd.
Wire Dish Covers,
Wire Window Cloth,
And a Full Line of
House Furnishing Goods,
l. h. cirrLEirs,
26 & 28 Middle Street.
NKW If MKNt:. N. O.
k Great Bargain.
Will be sold at a Great Hacrilio.
A valuable Plantation situated on Ux
south hide of tlie Neuse river, thrfte and a
half miles from the City of Newbern, N. o.
One hundrnl and twenty-five acres denied.
Ooort land, suitable for trucking-. The bal-
dim.h tu'n hiitir1r.,H ami twn lUirMi liAAvilv
' timbered with pine. oaK, oyprew, nd other
RlTHlb o( tliiuei . n In also tine urKslnK land.
Hwno.i, ,.ihniMi- o,,h o .i ,r.
chard. It has a Hue fishery fionlliiK half a
banks of marl that can never be rxhaufcUMi.
from which vessels can load with eaae It ia
; a very beanllfu, and heaithy location. P-
sentlng a near view to the )BsliiK veaaela
and railroad. The cl ared land wuh bulld-
. ln(;s ftnd orcharr1 w111 hesoid separate ir de-
sired, km terms aPJ,;ENffITHi
RlSdw On the place, or ,Newerr, N, O,
. c 'f- ;
: '.' S
? n jwsk -n s ii 'X f it "".t- tc.-''Vitrjrc'.'S''rr.y
. ,Ci V- -5'3i
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