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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, JTNE :!n,
Some have pleuty, some have more.
We have enough and so moch to spare
To talk to you matters concerning our store,
wkicb in fact and sabstanco is jast this, that we haven't had any fair
ehaae sooner, to tIl yon, that oar new spring goods have come in, and
What is still tatter we have sold a good quantity of them already, but
not enough to break the immense assortment In the various branches of
LADLE3' DRESS GOODS iu the ce leading shades.
Gingham. Pongees, India Lawns, Piques, Em
broidered Dress Robes
ings, Everlasting Trimmings
018 in TirwHj iijiw, iu
for the Udie.
BEADY MADE CLOTKLNG in any quantity for Men
and boya ' Plenty of Shoes t allprioeg, besides the well known
Ziejler Bros. make. Gents' Hats, Neckwear, and
M fottk. . Pants Goods from lU ota. per yard to l..o.
Pnxnlture, Turniture, Glassware and Groceries,
in tratk D06t aaything needed that may add to your happiness,
which yon Will STtrely procure by giving your patronage
to Toots sincerely.
Fourth of July Celebration!
! AllD BUY YOUR SUL1UER GOODS AT
HOWARD & JONES'S.
W kava ia tor od otut&ntly
Summer Wear, eonauting of
Alpaca, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests.
Orur stock of Underwear is the Best and Largest to be seen
in tne City. Lisl Throsxl, Balbriggan, Gaaie and Net Undershirts and
JJrtwerj'to matck. Bst Bleached Jexns Drawers, 50c.
V Ia&Mrts ws krre a r&rs Y&riety. All who have used The Pearl Shirt
ara well pleased ktk with fit and wear. A nice set of Triple Plate Buttons
rwiik Mek kalf-doien Skirts. We will guarantee our Boss liOc. Shirt to equal
aar 25s. Skirt In New Berne.
Plaited Bosom, Pique and Colored Shirts ; Lawn Tennis Shirts and Shoes, j
New lot of Jaa. Means & Co. 'a $3 Shoes just arrived. I
Collars 10, Cuffs 15c; Celluloid Collars and Cuffs, fall assortment.
- Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linen and Cotton, all prices. The best Linrn Hand
kereklaf you ever got for 15o.
HVHoa, White and Colored Neckwear, new lot just received. Initial
BearfPina, all letters in a few days, only 10c. Porpoise Hide Shoe Laoes.
GentV Garters, silk and cotton. Sleeve Supporters, Cuff and Scarf E .
- Batning Suits just arrived. Firemen's Rubber Coat.-". Hats and Boot
Traaks, Valises, Straw Matting, Carpeta, Kags, etc.
Be sure and call on us before you buy.
HOWABD & JONES,
Opp. Episcopal Church, Pollock St.
HIS pLOTIimG EMPORIUM
to tb Sir li)y oocapied by Wm. Hollister, where with more Hoom to , isplay '
hto increased Stook, he is, with the assistance of
SAMUKL I. BAL.I.,
prepsrad to show and sell at Hard Pan Prices .
Ths FUrEST, NOBBIEST, NEATEST, PRETTIEST and BESTi
READY-UADE CLOTHING, I
Gents' Furnishing Gooda,
Straw, Derby and Fur Hats,
I AM SOLE AGENT FOR
A, I BATTLES' MOTS CALF SEWED $2.50 SHOES
Th only 8&oe old In tht city tht fcre WARRANT
ED; bt th MmaturtortrTO UK nd BY MK TO MY
CVTjrO M K Krt. ym: it v fry plr la Wurutidi ataould
muToi tan In may way within any reasonable Uma
1tw east. I will npon return oi damaged pan and si to
nwitu to lePftn of wear, hthu mri u tne Most Y
or qjtb iionn saw rn iw nruir,i ;i . the
boat. flnet and eh pert Shoe in the world for iho
aoney. Thar ootne la Haitoii. 1'lalQ d 1 starp TchxI
Coqctms and Lace TTp Whoea.
1 ha tostlaaoBYlaia from aome of onr beat and l.1
iat dtlrena, who have bonsht tne B Ari'LKS SHUK. '
aomo oi wbleh have worn one pair aa long na IJ iuno Lb.
and pronounce It tne Brat, t.teap(K ami Kattieet Wfar
lna oboe In Ue wor:d
I rsspectially solicit an inspection of our Suck and guaranue entire satisfac
tion to all parch aaln g from as.
Middl Street, at Wm. llol lister's Old Stand. Siscn of Flag.
War, War, War,
Look Oxrt fox i:Ixo War I
HATING JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH WITH
A Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions,
and everything you can call for usually kept in a first class Dry Goods Store,
I am determined to open war against rackets and high prices.
'Jo prove the same I quote some of my prices :
Hats aa law as 5j.; a nice hat for 25.; and for Mc. I can give yon a fine
Aad Shoes. l ean astonish the natives. Why I can give you a Ladies'
Button Shoe far 97 ttg a nice Foxed Gaiter, only boo. I aUo have a nice line
0 1 lavHea LiOW Quarter Shoes, 9Sc.
taek ef Saaes, aad guarantee prices to suit the times.
Tarea nice Handkerchiefs for 5c. Also a nice Linen Handkerchief for 5c.
also have a well selected line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
A rood Caiaundried Shirt from 35c. to 5c.
A Targe ad wll selected line of Neck Wear; Scarfs UAc. up to ;(c.
Look al this T Wij, I can give you
A Nice AU Wool Bine Flannel Suit, only $7.00.
A Good Diagonal Snit, Black or Brown, for $9.00.
Also, a good line of Carpeta, Matting, Oilcloths, Trunks and
Come one ! Come all I to the Heac'.iuarters of the W ar Department, and bt
convineed that I can
Sell You Gooda Cheaper Than Any Other House In
Wm. SULTA W,
. JAS. Tn01TJL3 RAt.wnriTr.
TTariHL-orr.l-iiAf Bn ttnn a . Rn r h
"The Celebrated Pearl Shirt."
Seasonable Gooda for
Dry Goods, Etc., Etc.
In fact I have a large and well selected
Bishop Building, opp. Baptist Church.
THE SECRET OF THE SEA.
What is your woe,
or who hath ilur.c
wailing u; the
"No hope'" ye cry. "Ti la
never more .
-r .. . ' i n;.. h,,ia
'e sob your mournful
-t.Tv o'er and
o er :
I: echoes through the sea -e;ive 's weedy
And gains anguish as the wind trows
The great sea-mother , rent
Pours out her heart in
For all the evils that remorseless fate
- Has wrought thro' her these thousand
For those whose name in perished and
Whose house is left unto them desolate.
London S rt'it'
FARMS A.ND FARMERS.
Tftlka Wltb Fannin
snol'LD THE PLOWS Slol
Ifihe weather is very dry and
the fields clean, is there anything
gained by continued plowing?
Farmers differ on this point. Few
tefet the matter by direct experi
ment, such ;us plowing part of a
lield and leaving a part unplowed,
and then measuring carelully the
4 c .. ...i. l l. ;.; .
uciii u um cin.ii, iiuu uuLii una 1-
done we shall not be able to reach
very positive conclusions. One is
very apt to pursue the same plan
continuously, if he begins iu his
early farming life to plow his crops
by routine, without regard to pecu
liarity of seasons, he will be very
apt to continue doing so all his life.
Hence his experience will be one
sided. Another starts out with the
idea that it can do no good to plow
if no rain has fallen since the last
plowing, and he continues on that
ne, waiting for a rain before he
plows again. Hence his experi
ence is one-sided also. The truth
is that farmers, while claiming to
be very practical, have a good
many theories, and sometimes stick
to them pretty tenaciously. It is
proper that they should have theo
ries; people in all associations have
them and act upon them. How
could one start out 10 do anything
without a theory as to which is the
beat way to do it. The point to be
guarded is to test theories by re
sults, and not hold on to them if
they do not come up to the test.
We are very prone to become wed
ded to theories; the farmer above
all others ought to guard against
this tendency in our natures, be-
1 caus nature" with which he has to
i deal so much, marches uniformly
i . ' , .,
in uu u.wu, ""w'wu "
I and pays no attention whatever to
his preconceived notions.
Yet in the absence of well estab
lished facts the best we can do is
to theorize cerefully and cautiously
and then follow the lead of that
one which, everything considered,
appears most reasonable. Let us
apply this to the matter iu hand.
Shall we continue to plow crops if
no ram has fillen since the last
plowing, and the land is perfectly
clean T What is the object of plow
ing during cultivation? First, to
kill grass and weeds: but in this
, case none are present. J-econci, to
I break the crust and have a mulch
of pulverized soil at the surface.
In the case supposed there is no
crust, and the mulch is already
1 present. Is there anything else to
! be accomplished by p'.owiDg under
I such circumstances! We have
heard farmers say: "Plow m dry
weather; it will bring up moisture
from below," So it will, if yon
plow deep. You will bring up
moist soil from below and leave it
at or near the surface, where its
moisture can readily evaporate and
pas off into the air. Is anything
gained by that! Stirring the soil
deeply in dry weather, on
it drv off the faster.
I four premises are
see nothing to be gained by repeat-
Tl.ir,rro ,1 n n r. rr nrntrQ,.,!
drought, and if not the labor ex-
ponded is jnstso much lost. Hat
it is exceedingly important to be
Bare that our premises are correct ,
that there are no voung weeds or
grass started, but scarcely visible,
only waiting tor a ra:n ro taKe
possession of the soil. The farmer
who is caught napping on this
point and stops his plows is very
apt to suffer. Examine carefully
and see if there is no young grass
lurking in the dusty surface; if
there is, when the ram does come
it wiil make great headway before
the whole crop can be gone over
with the plow. W. I.. J.
Why the t row i Black.
The Indians of the extreme North
west had some very remarkable
legends about the creation. iu which
the crow takes the leading part,
bringing order out of chaos. Per
haps the most curious was that
which accounted for the raven coat
of the crow. One night, while
miikinf f onr t hron cli hi elomin
ions, he stopped at the house of
Can-nook, a chief, and begged for
lodging and a drink of water.
Can-nook offered him a bed, but,
, on account of the scarcity of water, '
rufased to give nim anything to
drink. When all the rest were
asleep the crow got up to hunt for
the water butt, but was heard by
Can nook's wife, who aroused her
husband. He, thinking that the
crow was about to escape, piled logs
of gum wood upon the fire. The
crow made desperate efforts to tiy
through the hole in the roof where
the smoke escaped, but Can nook
caused the smoke to le denser and
denser, and when the crow finally
regained the outer air he had black
pluninge. It was previously white.
The Amtrican .)a;a:in
Professor Tyndall's retirement
from the chair of Natural
Philosophy in the Royal Institution,
which lie has occupied since
1n. h.ts called forth many expres
sions of regret m England. Ue has
been made Honorary Professor, as
Sir Humphrey Davy was. It is
supposed that Lord Rayleigh, one
1 of the ablest men of science ol the
j present day, will be Professor
Ton liuvv spivies ot '!irds. hitherto
unknown to ornithologists, have
been discovered among the I'erak
Mountains, in t ho nialay peninsula.
Pssteur, the culebrati-d Trench
phvsioloeist, has consented
vest itrate ttie oause ot grouse dis-
ease whieli has proved so destine-
t i ve to game in (treat Britain.
Professor ('. A. Young, of Prince
ton College, is going to Kineshma,
in Russia, to observe the total
eclipse nf the mih "ti the HHh
A sword handle which is des
cribed as being constructed on an
atomical princir les has been devised
i in Germany by a Leipsic professor,
1 who asserts that it can be held with
'absolute seriLi 1 1 ,being planned
with reference to the mechanism of
Great damage has been done to
the crops m Denmark this season
Farm I by the attacks of the May bugs,
' which have so increased in num
' bers within the past few vears that
the farmers desire the government
to contribute to the expense of de
stroying these insects.
A novel incident ooairtd lately
at a meeting of the Aut hropological
Institute of London, when a party
of aboriginal Australians were in
troduced, "who sang a ,;corroborree ;
song, and successfully showed the
manner of throwing the boom-
A new form of nervous disease,
of which the most stnkme symtom
is a paralysis of the muscles of the
nape of the neck, has made its ap
pearance in Jjurope. near Geneva.
It afl'ec:s only:hose w !io live in
poorly ventilated. overheated
Recent observations ot the
planet Saturn indicate that
the matter which makes
up the planetary ring
is now ditti ibuted with much less
symmetry and regularity than
usual. I'ncommon differences in
the color of various portions of the
ring have been noticed, as well as
notches on the edge. I
The height of Mount St. Elias, '
on me ooruers ot Alaska, is now
estimated at nineteen thousand,
five hundred feet. It has hitherto
been regarded as the loftiest peak
on the North American continent,
but according to Leutenant Allen, i
an 'i irr rtt t i ri a, 1 on t-t--t-,t- MM,nf
rangei, on the opper Kiver in
Alaska, is at least a thousand feet
Tlarinoid is the name of a new
i composition which was.exhibited at
! the spring reception of the lioyal
Society of London, on which occa-
- ion it i customary for the mem-
i,..o t . i.- ..it ;i.;
. . --
uJy euies iu scieuce. xuis bud-
stance does not tarnish in the air,
j and is valuable for electrical pur
- poses: as the wire is unaffected by
changes of temperature.
; It has been stated in many
: articles on the earthquake of Feb
ruary last in the south of France
and North of Italy, that no electri
cal phenomena accompanied the
shocks. At a recent session of the
l'ari.s Academy of Sciences, how
; ever, a detailed account was given
of a severe electric shock ex
! penenced by a telegraph operator
at Nice at the instant the third
wavH of the earthquake was felt.
It seems that the ideas which
have hitherto prevailed of the bar
, reu and inhospitable climate of
j Terra del Fuego arejto some extent
) erroneous. .Mr. Ramon Lista. who
j has recently explored the eastern
I part of Terra del Fuego, says he
i found fine alleys there, watered by
; navigable rivers end smaller
streams, and clothed with a luxu
i iant vegetation of fodder plants.
! Dr. J. H. Mattison, of the Kings
1 County Medical Society, says that
! cocaine may give rise to dangerous
v makes'01 even fatal symptoms in doses usj
uanv cieemea saie. "iue uanger.
1 "cal icmnic, i giraic.n ucu
near and remote,
given unuer tne skin, it may pro-
J .1 1 - i
tlULf il UISCISCU O'Ullllieil. U MI11CU
I the Wl11 16 Prostrate and the patien
' powerless, more marked and less
I "opetul than that irom alcohol or
' opium. Opium-eaters are more
; aPc tliari otbers to become addicted
! t0 tlie caine habit.
A guide in the Adirondacks
being annoyed by the loud and ex
cessive talking of several women in
the parry, said to one nf the gentle
men: "It the ladies will only be so
kind a si to stop talking tor a
moment, you may hear the roaring
of that waterfall on the other side
of the vallev."
A man with a large faunlv was ' concerning odd people, places and
complaining of the difficulty of sup- happenings, is well known, but it
porting all id' them. "Hut," said will probably be new to most read
a friend, -you have sons big enough ; ers to learn that this custom was
; to earn something for vou now. ! adhered to in obedience to a reso
' "The difficulty is. they are two big lution formed as early as lSoo. fn
to work,'' was the" disconsolate 1 writing of his intention to become
' lather's reph . 1 a novelist, be says: 'T propose
! '-1 have such au indulgent ims. never to guess where I can know."
i band," said stout and good-natured : He adds that this plan "will, I
j Mrs--1'011- a es, so .i ames says,
1 responded the thin and 'dyspective
Mrs. Doll. '-Yes, so dames says "
piueiui, sucri irig. oouiei tuies
he indulges too mnch
Those ladies no longer speak to one
After a heated debate iu Con
gress, one of the members turned
to another whom he had expected
would help him, and said: -'Why
didn't you help us out? You never
opened your mouth once during the
entire debate." "Oh, yes, I 'did I
yawned through your whole speech."
was the reply.
A school inspector, finding a
clas.s hesitating over answering the
question, "With what weapon did
Samsou slay the Philistines!'' and
wishing to prompt them, sigificantly
tapped his own check, and asked:
What is this?" The whole class
instantly answered: "The jawbone
of an ass!"
A young man In an the city who
had fallen in love with a country
girl, went to her lather- a blunt old
tanner and with a polite flourish,
said: "Sir, I have come to ask you
for the hand of your daughter in
marriage." The old man, looking at
him in surprise, responded; "Her to the girl. ':o, 1 haven t; he s
hand! Only her hand! W by don't gone a fishing," she innocently re
you askfor the gal?" 'plied.
NEW UK !tN I I'ES VI MOuEHEAI).
"Sweet prosperity, tweet girls and
sweet llowere," we ha - then; r.l1 here,
the "girls" rispeeiuil Ti.e rk-ntic
Hotel is crowded, sli! thor must be
fully two thousand visitor. in town.
Among all the gHlaiit- oi i. and
KI..M l 1TV DEI.I- i . i . ' 1 .S
eclipses anything iu t', . iiei-. for loveli
ness Among its menojern - t see wo
man in all her grada;ior.s- fro:i: the
exquisite little rosebud of be .i;ty o the
full bloom flowers of transcar dent love
liness; the native modesty of or is re-
: marked, the willowy grace of an hr
is noticed, and the stately ca aage of a
third is observed. The man :. that can
long come in contact with our New
1 Berne ladies without falling lopelessly
in love must be a strange cr' iture. and
we don't want to know hiru.
The monotony of existenr - - :-rken
by sailing, surf bathing, fishm ; etc. It
! is a ludicrous fight to str.i " ou the
beach and look at the bathers a.i. "'clad
in coats of many colors, they go ,uto
the water from the baih-hones. Yon
der comes "fat and forty" tripping
gracefully (';) along over the shining
sand ; there goes a fair young thing who
vainly strives to hide her pretty face in
the folds of hir veil, and fairly tries to
shrink into smaller proportions r,s she
meets the eye of some "bold, bad man. "
But finally all get into the surging
waves, and such fun as they do hive
romping among the "'white caps. We
noticed a D.D. gallantly leading a ilae
ly developed young woman out into the
surf, and he seemed happy till a l.ugf
wave knocked his "underpinni;: "
away, sending his precious charge
headlong under the boiling tide but
they both "come to time" and stood
firm once more.
Sitting on one of the galleries, recent
ly, we heard the entrancing sound of
stealing along the' gallery: and look
ing over the way, through the misty
light, we saw n young man a "claw
hammer dude" (we have a patent on
this word i . just planting a kiss where
it would do the most good. And we
sat there, "fancy unto fancy linking, "
musing over that strange thing in
human experience, a kia What
roseate visions filled our mind: what
delicious pictures did fancy errant
maid paint upon the canvas of the
imagination, as that bewitcbiag sound
floated upon the air. What a curious
history might be written under the ,
title "My First Kiss. " Aside : we would
like very much to begin to write our
history now: all we lack is the initia
tion, and we will give a single copy of
the book to the first young lady that
furnishes the mateiial for tha work.
The eyenings at the Assembly are
' passed by a part of the visitors in that
. very fascinating pastime.
HVQUINO TO MUSIC.
which is 60 common nowaday. 'Ye are
pleased to say that if any of our party
indulge in this questionable
amusement, in any of its phases, an
naturale, or otherwise, they are delicate
enough to "go to press,'' sxib rosa.
Last evening Col. Waddell of Wil
mington gave us a most charming ad-
I wen received by the large audience.
I Several delicate compliments have
ben paid our New Berne young ladies
t by strangers here; one of the ladies has
been styled "Diamond by one of his
admirers we add our
i 8ayfnK 8he is "a gem of
purest ray se-
rene;" and some of the others have been
: described as "perfectly loyely,'" (all of
which we steadfastly believe and more
Many of our party visited the revenue
cutter Colft.r, Capt. Moore command
ing, from Wilmington, yesterday. The
writer acknowledges, with pleasure,
many special kindnesses and courtesies
i extended by Capt. Moore Lieut. Reed
and Chief Engineer Harrison to himself
and lady visitors.
The weather is peculiarly unfavor
able for our customary evening occu
pation, "spooking,'' but most of us con
trive to get in some of it between
showers, flow inexpressibly delightful
to spunk and be xpooked in return! To
wander along the shores "in the gloam
ing, oh my darling!'1 listening to the
little waves as they kiss the shore, and,
'. over yonder, the sullen roar of old .
1 ocean, gnawing ceaselessly with tooth- l
'less jaws at the ever-sbif ting sands:
j and 'twould be strange if, under these
; beatific circumstances, tender thoughts
1 should not rise a nameless longing for
I "close communion" and we ourself
haye felt, under these '"spells."
"A with ut hardly dared to own
For something better than we had
but faint heart will ever be hopelessly
left in these matters: so we missed it.
I just as we might have expected.
The Assembly will close on 29th Inst. , i
with a grand excursion to Washington
City. Some of our party will go along.
We would especially commend to them
as poiDte of unuBual interest "The Con
gressional Library," Corcoran Art
t Gallery, and the Botanical Gardens.
, because these places are so apt to be
overlooked in the rush to see the
"elephant. ' '
But we must eay " good bye" to
Morehead and to the genial and noble
hearted party, as clever and lovely a
company as ever it was our good for
tune to meet, and we say with great
earnestness, we hope to "S. Y. L. "
The Yulae of Accuracy.
The recent publication of the life
of Charles lieade, the celebrated
English novelist, has brought to
light some interesting reminiscen
ces of the man and his methods of
work. His habit of collecting a
vast number of newspaper senilis
1 8ee C0SL. m u"uemiimt' rrouDie,
! but tne immense mass ot reference
' material he left at his death proves
how steadfast he was in adhering to
A like resolve to know, rather
than to guess, would be of immense
help to us all, whether novelists,
business men or school boys. Con
tingencies are arising every day in
which he who can positivel- testify
to a fact possesses an immense su
periority over another who only
"thinks it may be so."
Eor instance, make free use of
t he dictionary for words concerning
whose meaning you nave merely an
ill-defined idea. The correct man
ner of their pronunciation should
also be inquired into, for it often
happens that young people make
use ol terms gathered from their
reading, with the significance of
which thev are perfectly familiar,
but which thev have never heard
correctly pronounced. (iohlen Ar-
A young woman, in leaving a
horse car dropped a ribbon from
her bonnet. "You have left your
' bow behind," said a iady passenger
In ehruiiicling the di-;
the South Bend Indian
"The deceased was an 1
lii of a citizen.
. - clinel says:
1 r Tod member
il. in mocratic
o: u:e ..1. i. i hur.'-h ar.,
A hio '.'rfl faihtr -.'.It nif t-.-1 to
pDk bin twelve yar-ol.l bov with a
shingle, when the yuun-ti'r whipped
out a revolver ".n ' gave the old gentle
man just two ; Mtt-s i , o invert the
shingle into veil . . hi; The time
A tenor who was hissed for bad sing
ing gave this littie speech to the
audience: "Ladies and gentlemen. I
have a wife and live children to :,up
j port. Therefore it is useless for you to
bias me, for. being a good husband and
. father, I shall be obliged to sing as long
as I La e L-n-ii'.h. "
1 The Texas Oo:-.n-l: "Th. y are finding
out what Ohio medio:.! a .- l-itious are
for. The Cleveland M. .f.al Society
expelled a member the etmr day for
agreeing to ''tire or take no pay. These
Cleveland doctors do not propose to tol
erate a practi'-e w l.i.-h w i;!d -oon im
poverish most of tie oi
A St. Paul Mir.-: tie.-. .ki dur
ing the tiiglit recently ant :.-.v a pr.ir
ofh-iets s'.iekir. ' .. ut from ur.dtr his
bed. H- i.me.li.iiely got up. walked
stealthily to hi- war. low and jamped
down on al-'wr "if. Ilea wakened two
neighbors, who, arm'.'d cap-a-pie. went
into the hou-e with him. "When
got to his room he saw the boots
there and attempted to run away
he was held and shown that he ha
away from his own boots.
The editor of the b.ikota Bell
states his grievances: " T have a long,
hollow chested mi'.eh cow introduce
her head into our bedroom window at
two o'clock in the morning and attempt
to converse with us in a low anxious
tono is far from pleasant. And when
she crooks her tiejk around and grasps
the corner of the bedspread and pulls
the whole tiling out cf the window, and
then goes and sit- down on the flower
bed and calmly chews up the spread, it
is calculated to make a .-rscn use harsh
This is from the San Francisco Chron
icle: "They were telling a story so old
that it is probably as good as new. It
was about a poker game of a mixed
character. In the crowd of players
was ore- man who had the noticeable
peculi rity of being one-eyed, a singu
lar K.king fellow. The betting was
high, when a tall, gaunt sport arose and
put his hand suggestively on his re
volver. 'Gentlemen, ' he said impres
sively, 'there 's cheatin " goin' on here.
I don't wish to name no names nor to
make any personal allusions, but if this
cheatin ' tin't t-topped I'm ngoiu"
shoot his , o -r eye- out. at, ! he'll
Carteret County Items.
The grangers of New pot
mined to build a gracger':
The excessivelv hot weather
caused much sijkness among t.V; chil
dren. The lumber for th? new Methodist
church at Newport is now mostly upon
the lot where lb-' church to be erect
The grangers of Newport will have a
melon festival on the fourth Saturday
in July. Also public speaking. All
farmers and editors of newspapers are
inyited to attend.
A green fly has made its appearance
in all the section of country between
Croatan and Beaufort. They cover for
est and held alike, and may be seen in
low places by the thousands.
MK. STRAUSS'S PRESENTATION POSTPONED.
Constantinople, June 20. The pre
sentation to the Sultan cf Mr. Strauss,
the new United States minister to Tur
key, has been postponed until after the
approaching celebration of the feast of
((EX. KEKR'.'N 's MILITARY I-lLI.s
Paris, June 20. Gen. Ferron. mihi--ter
of war, introduced in the Chamber
of Deputies today bills for the creation 1
of several new regiments. These bills .
were submitted to the cabinet at a
meeting on Saturday last.
IU'RNED I'.Y A MOB.
Pkstii. June 0. A mob yesterday
set fire to the Jewish quarter of the
town of Suma-Sgerdahely , in Hungary.
The quarter was almost entirely de
stroyed, and 12o families were made
RESIO N ATI- N OF A MINISTER.
Stockholm. June 20. Major-General
Ryding, Swedish minister of war, has
resigned because the Rigstag has re
fused to grant his department an extra
HONORINc; Pif (FESS R ORAY.
Loston, June 20. Cambridge Uni
versity today conferred an honorary de
gree upon Prof. Asa Gray, the botanist,
of Harvard College.
A Iteign of Terror.
Lf.xINOTc'N. June 22. Iuforiuati.-n
just received in Lexington, Ky., from a
reliable source, sa36 a terrible state of
affairs exists in Morehead, Rowan
county seat. The friends of the mur
dered Martin and of the butchered
Logan boys who lived in the upper
edge of the county and also in the ad
joining county, have formed themselves
into a band of regulators, and propose
to wreak summary vengence on Craig
Tolliver and his blood-thirsty hench
men. Tolliver hr.s received several notes
warning him that the town of Morehead
would be bumed and the people
Consequently every citi
zen in Morehead goes armed, and sleeps
on his arms at night. The women
scarcely sleep at all, fearing the coming
of the mob. Last Friday night was set
to burn the town, but the place was
guarded so well that the attempt,
though made, wao abandoned. An in
tense feeling of insecurity prevails.
Business is entirely abandoned, and a
fresh and bloody outbreak may be ex
pected at any time.
John Beliiter and James Frakes. liv
ing in tne eastern part ot riemming
1 county, near the Rowan county line.
bougnt iarrus mere lately, un yester-
day they were set
upon by a gang ot
outlaws supposed to bo Tolliver's
friends. Beliiter and Frakes were told
to leave and they did so, abandoning
their crops. From all reports there is a
general state of terrorization through
out Rowan. The count- officials are
controlled by Tolliyer guns. Good citi
zens are moving away and drunken
crowds sweep over the county at their
own sweet will.
Maxwell to Re Mange;!.
ST. L'L'ls. J Hie 20. Max well, alias
Brooks, the murderer of Preiler, is to
be hanged. The Supremo Court refuses
t0 reverse the decision of the
The prisoner was unofficially notitiad
by his attorneys yesterday and was very
much dejected, eaying that his trial
was a farce.
l i 1 1 I. u'
ErifeR j,, u.s.vi.' in
land in the kindiie-s ef j
with a laudabie desire t
mosities consequent u pun
between the States, d --iri
the Southern people !:;
the Southern armi'-s cap
.Yankee troops durir. ;
pleasauU'.p-. v. herep.'
I.arab'-f of I ju ... am! ii,a
ka, rais" a howl . i mingle.
rage. We pay to the.-e I
' l .
v t. . . :
r , , v i r I :
nowlnig. s e d. n t
keep tiiera and every tiio.e you l ok
them, think of the terrible lour yi .
struggle of two and a half m:i::
men and you were compelled i.ij,,
sack Europe to get that number ): : i
capture them from COO thousan i ('
federates, and they half aimed aria ;
ways on shurt rations, unless they e
countered stonewall Jaci:--"ri
sary. lien. N. P. Banks. rr
( lenr r.1
Pope. The Southern people i, -.t -quantify
of Yankee battle llsca cavi::v 1
in the late war, and we bniv ie . r i
heard a single allusion iuele n li -ni
that weuli . ii-n-i ti. -r:. - . :.-:;. ,.
ear of ail the radical hero s w: , r,.n -iu
inj the war by proxies or rfther oy
substitutes, and who still try to keep up
the bitter feelings, when the Sjuii; hn?
almost forgotten the war. The lo:- '..,e
North says about those lei'tlr :' ;
better. They aborted tiv- war we:::
last only uJ days, it l.ist. i :, i:: y- ar ;
with all the world cpoi. to tie. ;,. . r
supplies: they asserted tin; "I 1 .. ... ..
wouk" be in Richmond in ten -i:-v- ...
never got there at all: they ;
that Grant would be there :i: a ;
weeks, he got there after ;i t - .
months struggle ana with th" evs ol -hundred
thousand men. or twic
strength of Lee's army, ana .it last ;
the follow in the footstep: of ' :'.;;
trious predtceStor " McC.tliu::.
It is time. Mr. Editor, to :-o ; p,,.
talk about rebellion and tre...- ;: i r
neither rebellion or treas. -n -. er .- .:
on the part of the Southern p.
South has always bean iey.,i
Constitution: she fought for tec 1. im
pendence of the country or. Northern
soil, and we never wouid h:ive t ih'-.i
the immense quantity of battle :'. i.t
now stored away a.nor.g ctir p" 'p
had the North not given u-- ec ::: i t -do
sot and we do m-'St e::.c : .!;- o '
they will not try it again.
The South never could --o -,:..;
Constitution.es t!ie Repnhiica!! t .'.r
asserted, was "u covenant v. ;th t .
i devil and a league with hell, ulp.;:
: Radicals got control of the govetnrt.er.-..
and then we began to thick lise tin-rr. .
i and we could never brine ourscive" t-
, chant with them the following pohii- .i
refrain of the Radical party ia '
godly State of Massachusetts
, "Tear down the :iauntir..: !: .
Half mast the starry il ; -.
; Insult no sunn3" sky
With hate's polluted rr j
We love tha old Hag now.
always loved it: we hated to e ee o. Ua.l
i in the dust, but the Va'suo
: have it so. and we couldn't help it.
were rat'e.er opposed to liau.
spoons "Butlerized." ur h-.:e. -- :
barns "Sheridanized" and ci:- t i.
"Shermanized. " We think as a peo;
j they ought to "dry up" about toe v.
and say no more: they have earn
laurels, but always with overvv!;.-ia2irg
numbers: w e are willing to ae-vn t i
them bravery and r-o-ry quality t',...i
make up a great people, oat we :u "- : y
sorry that th"y. as a pen-pie. !
suffer their politicians, who never -.r-ticipated
in the glory of their hr i
foug it battles, to lead them by th-- v ie.
We wonder how much political cap'
Governors Larabee and Thayer v. .11
make out of their battle ;'. lg ..-! -r.
X. V. .'.
P. S There were 17...U-) H-.-f
troops hired by the British, G or,"rn.'i'-r.t
to wage war upon the United C-'ier:: -----when
they were lighting for ti'. ir in -pendence,
for which the British Gov
ernment paid a bonus of s-'TdO. -m.
action on the part of Groat Brine?! v. i
called atrocious in the House of I'..: '..a
ment and by all Europe. Even Fn o r
ick the Great refused to let them rcur ;'.
through any part of Prussia proper ! ,
embark on their mission of bio .d.
wonder how many Germans and li isti
men were imported by the United
States Government to Pii up their
armies to light the South, end hov.
many of these impurti'tiuHs are r
the Grand Army of the Republic.
General Fairchild answer'.' W
his to ngue would pal-y
J X, W 11-, T I (. X A J.V- ii-
Judy Carraway is P
bv a committee on
whether she be a lunatic or
now conlined in jsil.
Rather a wet damper en .
ing this morning. Hill.;::
business on the farms at tie
the crop is promising well
potato crop has yielded wei!
On the 20th inst., Shem. il
of Rob Lewis, was painfully
overturning cf a timber
seriously hurting his arm
more rendered the surgical
C. II. Fowler has harvest.
acres 6.500 pounds of as pretty
and orchard grass hay as was ever
vested by any one in any land
one cutting. He will b able to r
in September. If any one
let it be shown.
On Tuesday, the 2:,-t. v
cn the machinery for "V. I
Goose Creek Island. F. F.
near a serious hurt by a o
with a spike in it failing
him on the arm. which in:
erable wound in length. I;
deep. No serious damp" o
r be ,
Yello" i ( e.
Wa: hincTon, June 2J. T..
hospital Bureau has made ,irr:-.r
for the establish. nent of a refug
on Egmont Key. Fla.. for the t
such of the unaccliiuatc-d ;
of Key West as eh. - se
there. The Ftatii:. v.: : ': -inside
of a week. ::ur.;e ri
Hamilton has sug-"-f ted p,
thorities ;.t Tampa a r.-du-their
period of detention .'
teeu to days, the latter p
be deemed sufficient for i-'
pose. As to the "a: :
suppression of the cpi.io
Key West. Dr. Haruit :
the disease will
pear if the suggestion- .,t ti -authorities
are v, ry n-i-iov
with. but if this i no; done,
demic tnav be prolongs d .v.d e
other sectior.s. He sis the
ment has now done all in i-.s i
aid the local authorities its so;
the epidemic. Passed Aei, i
geon John Guitera-o LI. P. i
tioned at Charleston. S. i ;
ordered to temporary dioy at ;C
lie will be relieved t c ionic
Passed Assistant :-crj.e-;.
Neman, now at Cipe i i a.-; -tine.
Key West. Fla.. Jure
been one new ca-e of yellow fe
yesterday and two deaths 1
curred one colored man .-.;: :
both from uppier fhiii.c :
tality has been greater aiie oo
of unacclimated p-'cp.l !..-.:.
those from the extreme ra.ro,
V!u re-, the Sun ;;::
"C-as works are in p.roe
tion. The completion o
will give Asheville three
systems tha electric, th.
and gas. O ;:;:
When a man cv
m an error lie does
other words that 1
o, .hi) ksoinilie
-' j i .
;. th- I7;h inst.
. ...L.-iid the closing !
W i ooper's school
- h consisted of a
.oi: of the students
iiieii thej- Brad been
term of live months
itinns, All the
.-rnselvee, gave ample
We deem it but
P r to say that, though a
! e is wed I fitted for his
h 1 y nature and acquire
rcet.e, .-.'ai-e.i;, and intelli-
ut: 'n ef his business, we
!ii:n a:' e .rlv day a front
The people of
"11 to continue
thev continue i
-1 . !
. ie. .-. . ji civ' j;eui:-
.: :rn" by Miss Sudie (lar
. I'mr Seasons" by Miss
oc. "Education of the Peo
; N' '(' -ssity ' by Mis-J Eliza i
'Eiudnesn" by Miss Sallie !
'-chool Days" by Miss Ellen ;
'T-?mpfrance ' by Master!
ry "Farming" by Master)
i -. "Wh-it it takes to Con-'
:ap- or Republic" by C. B.
! -- '' the ft hoc, exercises,
G. -eou being called upon.
; i.tii and timely remarks,
.'onto o 'icluding the enter- ,
o o i-ry interesting and
i . iress on the subject of
.1,1 I s 1 mportance.
:rxt e; iv came the picnic
I ' ' :
e ' : .ends and patrons of the
li. erd ant and flowing
- i tnei'iil New river. The
r.opeov rnv.iy under th in
i vieiimes of the luppy
t : :. o hundred and fifty
i . ir'.y engaged in talking,
i ccuriiiit' and flirting ren
e ie- ivc'js. Then there
r.-paut. which was en
i in )rop rtiem to their re-
:er the youn-.: people ad-
court house, where their
r. ppy steps could be heard
: tool '-'c'nooi exercises, we
ut toe iirst of a series of
-.-t to come. Jackscn
o ioi, g "slumbered and
oil. y as to education, that
oil doubtless characterize
I-"rt- 1:1 the great cause of
Ie N. C, June, yy. '"7.
I'wi I eieorlant ( ii-ns.
I . tie Circuit Court of the United j
.' nfs Judge Seymour has been oecu-'
1 i-d recently with the cases of James 1
Clark cc C. the New Berne and
Pani'.i'" Stea!i Transportation Co. and j
- J. V . Williams, and B. I'. Clyde against
1 th-- -s true defendants. The opinion was
s oc'iserea by Judge Seymour in the B.
i-. t'lyde case Fri lay morning, covering
r ti. p. .o.ts involved. While the full
! to-:' is retained for revision, an author-
; v. -d summary of the points decided is
! . .ov. -
i ce charter of incorporation specifies
th1 o! .ct- (l( the corporation "to
.vi .; it- the waters of Pamlico Hound,
it.-' rivet- and tributaries with steam
. s f o: Lnerei'i-i and trading purpo-
ii i. Tnat an injunction lies at
ti e ;;.-i.e-. a- of at; stockholder to ros
tr. !i. the corporation from running its
bo , e u t s - 1 - - of the waters specified in
the c'oirte- of iiit-orporatioi
T:;..: a corporation authorized to ,
i . . .: lo.c f steamers may lease any
I .'. r. : i:. ces-ir:!y required for the
r .:: .-if - arryi- ; out the objects of
t : ror.il, 03. tut has no power to
I ' .1 Bieamboat which is the entire
;. 0 - owned by it, unless such '
p - r g; veu hi its charter, and an
io ; i:o , l will be against such lease at
the e.s .::.. of any stockholder.
. cov.it ef equity in the exercise'
of :': ; rdiairy e'.iitab!e jurisdiction
io poer to deciare the forfeiture
eh. .rier of incorporation and caunot ;
.a;.: uy by ordering a sale of all the ,
10 y 1 f irieorporation, wind up its j
irs r.d substantially dissolve the
eorpor .ticn. But when it appears that 1
toe "c . rouration is insolvent or can- '
irry on business except at a loss,
i e out", of the corporation to take
laiiredp.tt' steps for winding up its
altair:-: and if such corporation fail to '
do so the Court wiil at the instance of a
d minority of the stockholders order a
to sale of the corporate property, the piy
; is nicntci its debts and a distribution of,
th- surplus among the stockholders.
Mr. F. li. ll-jftbee (of Reade, Bush, e
h,, i i.'us'.eoi represented the plaintilfs:
rod Cieaient Manly (of Simmons &
h Manly . and Mr. L. C. Smith re pre-!
tt'c.ul tie- defendants.
ii,. was a decree in accordance'
w ::h t'.e opinion, and the steamer,;
' . ne I'.im City." will be sold at New
V Lerae kjii July lrih. next. yews and
1:1-1" Sccident at (obDhoro.
oir peo; !e have never been so
tit-.; id they were last evening.
A. U '1 Oettiuger and Miss
tie R .senthal were out riding.
i ;.s th v reached the W. A W.
ii . '.a 1 ;ak street they saw for
0 t :.i:e tne fast mail train
.. -. : d inlands away running
.' vario'u-ly estimated at
. v . -, j m. 0 s p.. r hour. They
: t..e tracix in safety, however,
; ;,; a-, the;, crossed, the horse
. .. 1 . , ;!:P ne-d and stopped and
. ,', t he'ii on the track. Real-',!.-,.-
.lunger each jumped,
to e: j imped forward and
o : :::-.o; ..hp,- Mis-t Rosenthal
ie 1.- jumped on to the '
. . - f train struck her
; ' ... (j- her crushing her
i 1 : n.'itig her body and
. 1 - to .1 i-iiouot live. The
It 00 with the exception of
,. . ,.t-r p.-std over her. Miss
- .0 0 d was at once moved to Mr.
rv- vV house aud physicians .were
. so .0 moned . Au examination
-- orols leaves no hope of recov-
1 -.erMissl; senthal was taken to
l. 'Oie. The hearts ef our people
iii-o ed by this ace-dent and there is
,- !v. throughout the city tonight,
-peak in mulfied tones and grief
r are written on every coun
I :i the mid.-t of this sorrow
il -:-ter mto the (puestion as to
to Id ,me. To the father and
o the brothers and sisters, and
relations we oiler the profound
of all our people. May the
wh . , i
to ;ii 1 tl
i of us all comfort them.
Since writing the above and after the
.per had been partially worked otT.
r worst fears have been realized,
e-s U -.ickthitl is dead. .lr;x.-;.
'.,inl Bee( In r's Nueeessor.
" :.;;. June 2iJ. Rev. Charles
-f Mrs. Harriet Beecher
. h i i!, 1 he pulpit of the late
.' . r ; B -"( her yesterday, will
ie uppointed permanently
" ' ; -aoie.h Church. Mr. Stowa
orsr.k. In early life he
- : ioi served before the
' ! Black Ball Line of
; iie worked up to
- : :. -t mate, and then quit
; .!:", lie was then about
r. j e .rs old, and in ISTOho
tl, !'.' '-' V Thic-e School, at
. e. :.l,.-s . v.liere his father,
v, , a home. He was
1 'I,::-, aid College, entered
, v t-r.d whs- afterward rector
uu: s's F.pi. copal Church of
..hi, t !ater he became a
itioualist. and was called to
ro'o of the church at Hartford,
hoi e he now is.
Thti powder never vanea. a marvel of
purity, strength, and wholeaomeneaa. More
economical than the ordinary klada, and ama
not be aold In oompetltlon with the multitude
of low teat, abort weight, alum or phoapfcate-
powdera. Hold only lu nana. HoTAl.Ba.KiKa
Powdbk Oo.. lo WaJl-at.. . Y. novla-lrdw
For sale in Newborn by Alex. Miller.
Prepare forjhs Season
(Will freeze cream solid in five minutes)
Wire Dish Covers,
Wire Window Cloth,
And a Full Line of
House Furnishing Goods,
L. H. CUTLER'S,
26 & 28 Middle Street,
NBW HKItNU. N. C.
RED LIGHT SALOON,
Near Market Dock, Middle St,
NEW BERNE, N. C.
WHERE YOTT CAN ALWAYS FIKD
every variety, in large or small
quantities. Also the FINEST GRADES
TOBACCO AND CIGAES.
All of which will be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH !
John L. Dinkin'o, Salosman.
Take Notice I
Our etoro is filled with
Provisions, Oroceries, Caaned
(Hoods, Dry Ooods, Crockery,
Etc. We keep a full line of the
Celebrated Prison Boots and
0. S Parsons & Sons Boots
Every pair warranted io give satis
faction. Country merchants and the people
generally are requested tc call and ex
amine our large stock before purchas
ing. We will give you low figures.
We job Lorillard Snuff .
ROBERTS L BR0
South Front t.. JVets Berne, JV. O
K. R. JONES,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
Consignments of Grain,
other Produce solicited.
Prompt Attention Guaranteed.
N. W. Cor. South Front and Middle 8
NEW IStatXE, N. C.
PURE & PERFECT LENSES
In tlio World.
'I'li.-y ureas I raiiHparent and colorlem aa
lllit Itself, and (or KoftncKS or eniJoranee U
the ee, 1 ftimut be exoellfd, enabling tha
wcnn-i to ieii.1 1 or ie'ii 1 b i 1 bout ratlKQ. In
l'KKI- KCT SH.Ill rKKStKNEB8,
TestliiioniiilH from Hie leading physicians
In the I'nlteil stales., Governors, Benatora,
LegislHUn-M, st.x kinen, men oi nnta In all pro
ressioiifi, and in dillereni branohea of trade,
tinnkf'K, iiieeliiuii.K, etc.. can be given who
have had their eight Improved by their ne.
ALL. EYES FITTED
AND THE KIT GUARANTEED BY
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist,
inaitj MEW BEBJSK. N. O. Iy
GEORGE ALLEN & CO.
Plow!, Harrows, Cultlvatora,
Hctch and Axes,
Wood's Mowers and Ileapera,
Cotton Oins and Presaea,
Pci tilizcrs. Land Plaster, Kainit
Mcclianfcs Tool and Hardware,
Lime, Hriek, Cement, Plaater
Uair, Paint, Kalsomlne, Vr
iiish. Oil, ('lass. Putty and naif.
Freezers, Kefrisreratora, Oil
Cook Stoves, Eureka Burf-la
Proof Sash Liockn, warranted to
Kiv security and satisfactlen.
! Ill ('ICS VElt Y "LOW.
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