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XDEPEXDEXT ITST ALL THINGS.
Termai 2.00 Per Vo,
'-w ;,;: "E. CUAYKX COUNTY. X. C, XOVEMBKk lo, 1SS7.
J - .
HAVE OPENED AND
FCUL Stooli of
We cridfTor to keep only
nd will at all times sell at
We offer t whi.l
P. Lorillard .v Co 's S:-.u:T-.
yrmoar A Co. a l'rovirton?,
1111' Sur Lje and Potash,
Zirgier Bros. Fine Shoesi,
Tb By Stt Sho nd Lther Uj.'s Shoes sni 15. ot.
The Celebrmted Pearl Shirt..
Darrey's 5ld Tuckahoe Tobacco,
Don- Thos. M. Holt's AIamcce Piaid.-,
' Ji.ri a fall lioa of General Merchandise
at Lowest Market Prices.
argains : bargains
Wlilat etr Qooi, ha HERITnd QUALITY, thoy are also
Cheaper in Fries than these cf any other House in the City
W ar eaaghl this aaoa with a bigger atook of goods than we could
Mxlar liaadl at nnlu prices, therefore we hare TAKEN" OFF THE
PROFIT are NOW fJUTTING INTO THE JOST OF THE,mmit
flow is Your Time io Secure Real Bargains!
. 3Iai Working PanU aa low down as 50c.
Ooo4 vim Orereoau for onlj 92 00.
Baits of pretty fair material, onlj 14.00.
Ton But ico oar fine laits to appreciate the Birgaic? in there, the
prioeo aro ao low joa. will woadr how they can be made for the m iney ; the
ttwth is they oaanot, bat they MUST BE SOLD, and soon too, no
matter what the price.
1 in all kind or Uood we cn give Bargains that cannot be pro-
F - la La4iep Walkinf Jackets and Newmarketa, Sl.awls and all wool Blankets
i. nd Lp Robe we are making SDecial Drives, aod tbev are g.-iing fast
- V - ' too. A niee VYalkicg Jacket for only
'--CiS 'Vorta 60. ilew'a fine elatlk-AY inter Hats, 50c, worth 2 "xi
' v - -u' ' - Brt2t UxiM or Ceiry an t t j - r- , . -.
- , the oitT. acme of them just the thing for hunting, to be sold at hait pn
LaJiea' fine Button Bhoea at 75s. and
a n .il nf Af Vnw TAlfihrated $3.50 Mi-u
Ltd. A lall guarantee giren with eTery pair.
Wo hare t-io aeaaoo the 1 argent and most tast-ful assortment of Neckwear
WO hare orer had. A fine iilk lined Scarf, new shap. for 25c
0TJE STOCK OF UNDERWEAR is especially large. In order to
diapoee of it we are felling it at HALF PRICK-
Elegant line of Suspenders and braeea. Handsome all sun Suspenders
mltfc laatie enda. imoorted Eneliah weba and Kngli.-h ends. Also Gu jot's
celebrated "Breullea Hygienique,'' an
Silk hnndkerehiefs of unique designs
1: -j hanJVArMhiofa eolon -
.Not itaeo enoagb to enumerate all
i . ... . 1 1 .
1 real good downngut oar gains can oa
Nrxt to L. U. Cutler, or at tbe branch Store, lower corn r
of Federal Alley, in the Bishop Buihhcg.
O.AVID XI. JONES of Carteret and DAVID CASAPV of Onslow are
'looking OOt for their friends and will treat them right.
Full lines of the above Shoes for sale by
HOWAED & JONES, sole agents for New Berne.
r?is.r sEiiiMAL pastilles;
Wa, rta rw w " r"Ii
SUlFTCixi T ! w hav FREE
wi v- TWMnMr k 1
Cannot sv-re Eacon,
w.i(hfreaaBaeon aave Shakep?are, but
ronae proree, will aave lheir money by bujicj
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Notions
At F. T. Patterson's Stores,
On MIDDLE STREET, near Hole! Albert, where LOW
IV! - ... tmr m.xmA cf all CO CD t It OT 9 S ihe lul'.'.d
PrwwrO for CoM VlTCt tr seourinn a piir of Wo 1 Blanket, handsorr.e C 'tn
fOrtntolOO. Woolen Underwear for Men acd Women. Neai and Nobby Ts for
TOOaC MOO fine lice of Bordered Hnd krcbiefa for Llios and tientlemen.
OCOlolotO line of Hosiery. ColU'S. CufT. ebirt. Merino l'Ddrwear. Shawls.
TAUXkn, VallO. Hand &itchU. HaW.Cap. Piece Ucois in fact erervthin-; in
.. flrat-olaoa good too nameroua to mention.
- - a :.' tnr Rn Tnmhi uid IX n.atpricra ao icw that would cause tbe
. hair to to"w on "Bill Nya'a" head in
Xfeltya are daog-rrou, to come while
Tbm only oUUoa ot th pnxxle my
, INT. O.,
OFFER FOU SM.H T H F.I K
tl. oO. Mens
Hats at L'oc.
$1.00, good cms, we
do not Veep
imported French Suspender.
and lovelv shades. Gentlemen
d borders and hem stitched.
our bargains and attrictirr.
t . r- t - - u T.;:rr.-'. - ' t
' I 1 . ; KAS Mi OK r V e JAMS
M F.A s:i()K, arfiTi: -. y ur rv.i - y
n-n-- ..tnuazu: 3Awsi our p appears pJuaiy on tfc
T JAIV1ES SYiEANS
WJI ao wrir jo 1 305 ij rbe
; ( 1 '? f-rr-n v. ! r 1:7 '
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r ui d-.m'nlitx ii r . r ' - e ' '
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f -r-irWl V- - C .'':'- ' ' V , "
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Er:. James Means
4-1 Lincoln St.. Bcstor
i "ilniiiili Lr4 j 1 1 1 I
.wnid Um 1 mnnKr n ctf diuabuu rtao
AM fcrlbrw UuuteB. and il lia.'lt,
tiTOi. Tl-k9 iSCKX KXJi alT T triAl Ui 3
r r.;y outn l WDif uiair ti
wbA a.23Loc U bu4iCM. or raur- 1
Cr i -TCOr- rxSL-zc ,a 1-7 wit r 'i: J
M c-.-ntJI md:c4 rrr.ur : phr ft if t
ataoe i 1 ; f w.hcut der. TSe stur 1
lono of th) htmaa orrmnixa rMCired T
VUteai Xthrm-x inm!l erf h xw k:tt bark, ihr
be cu saoni rtwgn'jxl aad rapndi gjn tMi mjz&ti -a i.uJ
TBEATUarr. Cj Kath. S3 . Tts Xa. tl Hri:, :.l
1 I1HKKI3 KL.ncu I . , net lbikji
Trial of our Appliance. Ask for Term!
THE ri'il.IC r.
ar.d a their pat
PRICES a.id Reli
'- was abea."l of
ycu haTo tbe
opportunity and secure
be obuined at F. T. Patterson s S
JHak 1 Mil-.
M 1 1 N 1 1 . II i
KI.17. i!lETll . IKS -Ml:i!
The wbit et. !a 1 h;it
To dream of th' e. recall ti.v ll.v
I hear the si ver tingle ( ibe t"ro k.
The cold . iiifeDsate tor.ea to k t.re.k .
The bir'1 iit ing t win,; aril mu-ic
Forth c re-ps the I i r. r A f r ni flu !!.
Ar.J frnm hrr m iTfi l..nt in1 t.i-v ha
Her gohlen j -w.i.-r f .r l.-r itvir 1 v
Thoe a! I -in t'' lit at. 1 I a i ! .1. . '.-W.
Where thy thoughts at th,s I ne in; i
II ft they r.h ;.. ! . r :ray i! . v 1 k
Mine wend not h ilf their -. ay to l.eav -n .
gate Kre they exhale w i'.hm thy r.:iiiit.-.i
A mocker of prayer that man- ! ut thee
The Kt-iolufioii of I lie liemoorat ic Stutt
N'KW llKKXK, ,. ('., (hr.
J!. C. Jieckicith, J-'xq , Sec'y Jm.
Ex. Committee, Raleigh, S . C.
DKAH SIR: 1 have jn-t n-oeivi-.l
uiut l"ivir ut the 21t iti-t., i-onrain-
Ulej ;i i-(.p MglK-ll 11 II. JJ.irtll'.
ohrtirm in, of rhe ImHou mr resold
l ion, to wit :
Iesulved, Tiiat it is tln m iiso
of the DeiiKicrat ir St ate KxeciitiM-
'oni in 1 1 re that the i . t ern 1 i eve inn
laws r-hou'ul be liliuieili.itelv re
peaieil; anil our me ::i be r s o f Cud
Cress .ire requeued to U-e their
ilitlllehce. .ix :h-y li.ive her etc lure
none, in e s.inl laws i e
The :eohr ion m ent.ri
inony i li the t hou h a n. 1 t eel I n
ot the ilemcx'rat ic portion of our
people, and will. I take it, receive
the cordial ejidorM'tneiU and np
port of every repiest, nta' i ve o!
that party in .:ire.-- from ton
State. The oploltl)l oi'the democratic
party to this method of Federal
taxation, throiiijh ail the sici-.-i-tudes
of its danperous growth. h.-8
been steadi'.ir-t and iiiu'omproiiiino
and now, when, after much stni
luip, haiK waiting and many re
verses, we stand upon the very
threshold of its overthrow. our
e, as the. head ot that
panv in me c-i.ife, does i-;l u
urge its representatives in t'onyre.-s
to abate nothing iu their I'ornier
vigor ami energy to .-eeure to the
people with the leat possible delay,
this great an .1 much needed meas
ure of relief.
As a .scheme of taxativ-n i un
just iind discriminating, while the
machinery provided lor its enforce
ment, besides its demoralizing ten
deiieit and har.-hness, is a direct
impeachment of ever man whose
business and employment it art'eets,
thus presenting to the American
people a system at mice subversive
sseiTtTar'prniciples ot" our repubh
can form of government; the piin
ciples of protection against an
unequal distribution of the burdens '
of government, and the inamte
nance among the people ot a healthy
tone of public virtue. Bcmi!hi
these paramount reasons for its
repeal, there are to us, of 'ortli
Carolina, special reasons arising
out of the fact that it affects in
juriously pursuits follow 1 by a
large element of our people. It is
manifestly in the interest ni our
materia! growth and development
that the manufacture of tobacco
and the ibstillation of spirits, shall
be brought within the range ot tin
means of the poor producers ot
tho-e commodities and not confined,
as now, exclusively to the rich.
The people of this section ithe
eastern third of the State) make
but little robaceo or whiskey, and
rhe do not feel so sensibly as do
our western brethren the effects of
this iniquitous system, but besides
an interest growing out of pntici
pies of universal application, we
feel that a wrong done to any other
part ot Noith Carolina is a wrong
done to us also, ami its cause our
cause also. I am, therefore, grati
lied at the interest your committee
manifest, in this resolution, iu be
half of the people, in securing their,
emancipation from the hated coils
of this odious system. In that,
however, they but r-tlect the senti
ment which pervades and animates
the democracy of the whole State.
Now, Sir, in behalf of myself , and
I believe I can safely add, of the
other democratic members ot Con
gress from this State - let your com
mittee be assured, if the fiftieth
CoDgn-s.s should tail to accord to
ttie peopb- the plain and simple
measure of j ast ice h ich t hey ask
in their name, our conduct ;u that
ix ily. I hope and believe, ill be
such that no man. not even the
most capricious, shall have just
cause to charge the failure or any
part thereof t - the account ot our
stewardship. I am, likewise, in
hearty sympathy with the sugges
tion of your committee in favor ot
a modification of the tariff upon
imports, and shall faithfully strive
to aid in the attainment of that
reform believing as 1 do it is not
nghr that forty millions of our
people should be taxed beyond the
needs of the government to the
end that the remaining few. en
gaged in manufacture and mining,
should be given the doubtful bene
' tl:- of what is known as protee'ion
F -I . SlMM"N.
N i-ws vv Observer.
I'm ware of a (,nillv n-t it n o.
A gui.ty coiiscienie is like a
whirlpool, draging m all to itselt.
which otherwise would pa-s by.
Be fearful only of thvself: and
-land ;n awe of none more t ban
time own con.-c.i io e. Tlu-ie is a
Ca'u hi every in. m; a seven-censor
of Ins manners. And he that
reverences tins i ad ire will seblom
ge will sehb
de) anything he neei
in the season of harvest, fiim. rs
are ottetl prone to think they have
uo time to do anything except
crowd the storing of their crops no
time to read, and think, an 1 enjoy
of her rational and iestful recicu
Hons, indulged in at other seasons.
This is neituer natural, prolitauie
nor light. Mind and body need
rest and refreshment ill
well as other times.
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o t Im i v,
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t:;e last 111
III- ! K-set t i I
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t ; i i: -in i. in, Co
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i.i : bii' ;:o a
i a :
ni el lix-Ks t in- fact till
Hot e!e'I'.il di then: t hel
i ,i 1 1 1 o,. i K : ; hei e u . : c
I m as
" c on
n e p.;pi I s ; i . ; 1 1 : i
i:e : a in 1 t h : c wa i :
:l'i.l O'U .il!ll!l ! helll
1 : e Hei
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1 e Ve
k I.OV, lei
v, o; ol
a I . i -
M-teil. Si -Ci.il C. io i : I 1 1 l II s
change w i
not a t: ill '
li cioiiiges ol o; hei kinds.
a tun--- when there u as
, ing h i hi -1 on M .i ii li.r r a n
ok at i: now ; True ;
wa- a time when t here
on i in
was i;o rh i.reii ( ;i i ; . I . ink at It
now. ..I- :i crow d tr,-; ht-r from
ol p-u ' -s i -I the ear' 1: int a city
i t h.-r
,'l a me isure.
1 1.1 111 1 1 1 .111
1 1 u 1 d . v- opin
P an energy
y . a bene vo
1 ige had no
t gaze at the
's ; ;i
g -r o v
' a qui
: in- ci '
i,ick by t In
e t con ii : i y
and dr el
s, a ciiail
letice. o: I'. hich t i:e 1
specimens. Bet us re
'bl ick sheep' ' on iy .
but w he i t he toi ci-s
active, is it not possj
Not only si),
s ol trood ai i-
si ' 'Ie that op.
take the tit-Id
posing lories may
with unusual detenu, ;i
I'i'iMiii K is that tin
'ion ? And
exce ot ion a 1
evil st'i'ii i cs a no, ice a :: . 1 a p; . on i
n e i; ( e li ca ii si - i ; ; - cxi e p' i on a 1 ,
A M'l.i.ny lic.icoii in disgrace id
tracts attention denied to other
thousands o. his honorable race.
Poor, diunkeii Pi i.hs'ock rroin Cier-
lli in V kills his u lie. and he i s more
I e ' ;
i rm;"' r
II 1 M l S
i Til..-. 1 V
it', v e.
do two tin
I -pi 111 OPS
c have to
1 a ii. e
fi om n.
We . I
of a:;y ,
among twiv.- a
you vv ,
Ol C Mi
'.N el 1.1
1 ' loll .
I s M. IU'11
i ii y
't: n. ai rii'ii,
." 1,00 i t
.'..bii i cm
but then it
1 1 ) r -the
t lil ee i
U; let ions
in the Li.-"
1 is in .:
million ot people
it had on!'. l.Tlo
rract d s
y ear . 1
more t :
X t cell '
r r ag ::c
UT -. ,lV.
ail a mill
- many p
number i down to about a million.
The nieeli line vvlm earned a ii uu
dred cents then, now gets equal to
a '"doll ir .mil seventy ; ' the far
mer's man who trot a quarter t hen.
now gets over' a halt' dollar a day ,
and one lil : h less t im e ; and the lea
th.it would then hav e co.-t inm a
dollar iitid a quai tei . he can now
get for lory cents, and mo-.t other
com for ts ot life m t lie sa in e propor
tion. Tiie woi kiiigln. ill's v.oild is
not worse, hut better, and he is
showing it. like otlo-r people, in
his physique, for. during your mar
ried 1:1c. M r. Good m i n. tin- a vei a ge
life of men has ; ii'i - t-d two y cars,
and tl.a; of woim-u tiuce and a
half. --Bong life to u." :s an old
world salutation. "d.
enough, Christian i in :''
lengt hening it.
l'.xeept lolia 1 1 .1 S
t he ot lu r way
orison -"d at 1st
ee. S 'Un
o of ci ami
.o h school
clearly t hat the pro;
n als who b i ve i ri .i S
scholars ha - im no lis
The conclusion .'
Iy increased .
schools are b ol
criminals 1 Bait :
proved but this t
are so act l ve now
boy is tempted
into Sunduv sclioi
; tln-re anythiiig
liat good pi ople
that al un, i.-t every
une! inie or ot her,
I, and it' he w as
t here only
( 'hrist m;is
e verm ol e
t wo Sunda
in the atlii
usked. "D:d you go i
school !" Trv t he da v
the same test. Mole ciimina
lead now t'n in lornieily : njo. reai
:ng is a "bud thing 1
ol l e
I w ar
: ; me
' ie ol V,
ii d n
her o , ii.
i al n.
a li v
e w it ii one
I like miniti-d
iail 4 w ar, : nae
i d. .iiiiuiij
ul In..! w.
in scl vi
tiated I'.ut t lu
lo; g way back.
Amei ic in prodin
1 11 hei It ed ! rouble,
long behind t he v
t le i e li is beeii
l'raiicii. It dy . Sp
Mitral, and the
w .is an
Jn the i
in ot c;
cn, A u si i
governments h ivi
nak and with one
had wars, n
greatest powers m the
So it 18 in
or v eeks o!
anihid iiihr--, no foirtd r.'odi
ad j-e ico.
S-u 1 1 -1 !r.n nnuiit be said in the
same direction reardirip; other ele
ments in the 1: 'e of the people, such
as vices and lot ins of self-imlul-j-,reiiee.
i ttie can tell now exae'ly
the i ; 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 r of millions spent on
drink, because we h a ve. i n ci i 1 i zed
land-, excise I a s : ii (1 st a t i s t icians.
l'.u: toeie is l.ii' less drunkenness
ii'iw tli.iii in the ! : me win :. a:; ;ver
.!' farmer in New Jei-ry. a.s in
tkee.tiu days o! Altieit Barnes's
mm is; r , ciuid make ;:s much in
ioxieaiit in his dace as he liked,
and consume it, too. How widely
did'en-nt is the sentiment in l.tvor
iides. a:i .
Mow many millions
I'.uttlish ppeakiug peo
' -These liquids might
but tiny ili destroy
.ml lor tiieir sakes we
' i he
Tin- wi.iid is :o'.vin 1
I .'. en m 1 i ii r m ah a K i n ji Thi
"He cl i iie Sllllilav school sell
by t lie v:i ; a m iss;, ,11 ary l
s,ro! Inm in for a lew wicks
naps, ami i haukful!y ie;
uiii i haukf'uliv leiioi ted
g on ml
1 list me:
-eoiety,"' cannot b
1 and saiely out rae
is despots used
1 n 11 iienees are a; w(
a hoi ei
ir. ( rood in a ri
lew of things, and do
can in your pl.ioe to
neighbors purer, Wt "t.T
m : 1 1 " e
John A. (dlMn r.
Apprehension is sometimes
express! d by the puss and by
consider. :ie people ol North Carolina
to the result of the next State
elections. Kxcepr for the general
uncertainty ol ail popular elections
we do not lei I any apprehension as
to the result of an election between
the lieputilicin and Democratic
parties. The experience of
KepuDiican incometeiicv to aumm
ister tiie all'airs of the S' ate and of
the deplorable. esalt of Republican
administ r at ion -are too recent to be
eiitiie'y i H'accd from the memory
ot tin- voters of the State, and the
people of North Carolina are not so
stupid as to voie away the adminis
tration from Democratic hands
and entrust every interest id" the
State to a p.uty tlia.t they have
tried wi;h such inm and des kit ion.
Wo cannot believe that the people
"! N"i!li ('aiolina are so blind as
that. Bar eternal vied. nice is not
only the pi Mi; of liberty but of party
-iieee-s. and it is Well for us to Cast
.i.l..ist . J. U...-).v,.uta. in uiii -
public men to bear the Democratic
banners m the contest next year.
Oar personal knowledge of the
public men of the State is not very
large and im cuieiry among iue men
of the Kistein part of it, but if a
selection for Governor is to be made
without reference to geographical
divi-ous. tin n John A. Gilmer, of
(Be. nsboio. va think, would bring
n. 'ie personal strength to the can
vass than any other man in North
Carolina- I lis personal popularity
is universal, and it is a spontaneous
ml -ute- to -.vorth off very kind. The
regard of the public lor him is on
the borderline of atYection.
But if sectional considerations
d then the standard
iie.uii" for Governor bcloni
eastern Carolina, and wo present
to our Democratic brethern of the
State, ttie names of Thomas G.
Skniiiei". of the Albemarle section.
Major Hughes, of the Pamlico
section and George Davis of the
Cape Pear section. Major Hughes
was a candidate for Lieut. Gover
nor in is 7 1'. George Davis is held
in the highest regard throughout
the State, and Tom Skinner is the
most popular man in the Albemarle
s.-ctioii and the best stump speaker.
B". C. l'.conomist.
The Slu et-Anchor of Our Hope
HK.1SS, ri.OVEl! AND STOCK
The Progressive Farmer
the inauguration ol
e for improving and
advancing the interests
a "i ictilt ui al com mu n it v.
lied husbandry. uuicious
to our capabilities, is
want of the South, and especially
ot our State
ane ii pest iuinn.eis
and the most successful of our
tanners, all feel this. Capt. B. P.
llliamson. of this city, is one of
our prominent pioiueis in this new
departure. He has good cotton
lands but his splendid orchards,
vines, Hue herd of Jerseys, and
magnificent grass acd clover fields,
and his superb horses show that. he
is no blind worshipper of cotton.
He has long believed that here
around lialeigh, grass and stock
could be made to pay. He went to
work earnest iv aim luieingeniiv
, md satisfied himself and proved to ci.se there should be any riots m em
ail doubters that grass and clover c- Hut 1 " tiUleJ a,c th9.War Veptit
, , , H . ment that this is not the primary cause
can be grown as successfully here f,,r ord(,.ring them there at present,
as anywhere. lnis done, he now There is no moce-y available for improv
takes the next most rational stop ' ing the rest-rvaiion. but ic is expected
t, iitihye it m the most profitable that an appropriation will be made at
wiiv bv raising fine cattle and
He believes that tine
line saddle and line har-
hould be raised by our
He is so thoroughly con
vinced that it can be done that lie
has added to his stable, at con
siderable expense, five elegant
animals from Kentucky. His pur
pose is to have a model stock farm
from which may be supplied that
class ot .-lock which is best suited
to the tastes and necessities of our
people, and to enlarge and develop
the capacity of the farm as neces
sity or demand may require. We
wish him all manner of success in
his laudat 1-- ui. dei taking, and
would commend his example to
others who are vainly striving to
make money on cotton. draxx,
i-lortr aud .. must be the agri
cultural salvation of our State.
The interest m breeding and train
ing horses for speed in Kentucky
began in llo and it lias developed
until now ranks among the fore
most of the industries of that pros
perous State, and has placed Ken
tuckv at the head of the list of all
tho A'!:, i .cats Smi, . in th:.' produr
tiin ;r the lie.:, r. Why may not
II ih i-ii become to North Carolina
what Lexington to Kentuckv in
this great and proiiu'ile inilastrv
'i' m: 2oo..i or th t; an Aituns !
Hhattlie I5aIiimoro .Mcml.prs o." the In
ternaiionale .lave , Say About It.
e"or ic the m - hi,t,' ca-es fell heavily
a'loa ti e 'r r "H , , f"6. k
result u a, neTunex . c,e f o
, . . tinex pecte I . Ocenjeia-
was nut to b - exnected
that tlvj highest tnbu
ull r 'aI f i:!ecjuntry
n whoU'.-o -.- ."tv I' abU 'i.i:.,Cf!Se,bf
. -J "' u-1 111 ot the
preseni c.js eystun. l or it is known
that the lar.- corporate monopolies are
represented on the Supreme Court
Bench of the Caked States. Whv did
-e m-.ke tho appeal Because ft was
necoadary to show ho- justice is meted
out ii: i ii; c 1 i e- 1 present American
civiiiz. .tic;!. Fvery honest American
to lay regrets the oxocution of Mrs
si.,r...... .ii. i . ..
.-..,. , u.acK Fiot upon tae hi
t 1 1 1 r ,'4 l r 1 t,-', M.;..,.. 1 ,
fim., ... 1 1 iuC
the - i::.
v , , 1 u ii
vn la,, l1 be recalled wuh
ite.iDi? L. horror that ac.com
i tii-.v.ihr of .-Ir? S irrmt. If
''apt. Li;o:i,-!i an This uni'r t".
1U .r L 1 ' 1 r Yi'C I' Pil Itchr-.nl.lK
DHi'i'!.', an 1 las iisfoci
inK up a ne;;-jcab!e mci-t ii
as is yu'iracteed ny uia constitution,
an ::sworn to by Major Carter Harri
son. !h se psople caused the death of
a numtir o- innocent policemen, who
were simply i,b-jing ordt rs. but had
tl'.e bumb r.ut been thrown it is probable
that the onshiuvht of the noli.- wnnl l
i -tu i!
caa-.l greater las of life than
, -'Jr-'-'it Bauer. v. b..n informed of
tne d.cisien rf the corn. Paij: "That
setth-u u. Tli..,-epj"r Mljws have got
to uacc. i ve Kct ;:o opinion to ex-pre-s
about it. but their execution will
cause labor questions to be discussed
ana oetter understood tnan they are at
present. People will then learn that.
true anarchy and true socialism are but
two sides to economic questions. Some
think lam a bomb fellow because a
socialist. This factory, (where Bauer
was talking.; with fo'rt'v men working
co-operatively, is s-cialbm. Nothing
bad in this, is there r "
Mr. Frederick Scheldt, v. ho enter-
tamed Mrs. Lucy Parsons in ihU r-n.
-t year when the made her Turner
Hall speech, was told of the decision of
i-uuiL. itiiii in; nun; well. 1 m so
overcome that I don't know what to say
or how io express my teelings. believ
ing, as I do, that the men are innocent.
I don c bflie ve the condemned men
c ' 7 uZZ" r',b" 1
to break up tho eicht-hour monmpnt
do not belong
anarcrnst or socialist societies, and if I
thoui-'-.t the bomb was thrown by a so
caPeo friend r-f labor I could willingly
see l...a hanged, because that bomb
killed more than s-vun policemen. It
caused a bad reaction in the labor move
ment for a time. When Mrs. Parsons
was here I learned from her the side cf
the condemned men. that I could not
get from newspaper articles. It is r?r.
rible to think that Albert Parsons, who
as d-j i u;i-'.-i-,iiis oi u is own mnocc-tice
that he gave himself up formal, is to
fhe'legflftiilurVare" anarchists for abol
ishing tho conspiracy law?. I had
nursed the thought that the United
States Court would order a new trial."'
Mr. Paul Grotikau, tho Milwaukee
socialist, who is ujw in Baltimore on a
tour of agitation
to hear that the
said: 'Twos surprised
judges of tho United
States Supreme Court are not wiser and
nul iaa enrrni,- T t,. ( U-it die t n
are indulging in in justice 'to ward the
class of workiiigmeu. I shall speak
about the srbj-'-t in meeting at Phila-
delphia and New York. Whether I
r.idii oj liil- iuu-. l.ii ui in-- euiiuemutu
men or not I cinnot say, but although
not an anarchist myself. I believe it to
be the duty of every anarchist speaker
in the country to be proieut ou that oc
Otto Doen. of the German Central
Labor L'uion. said ho was not at all
surprised at the di ciaion of the .court.
Hedi not expect there would be any
trouble oa the day cf the execution.
He believed that all
narchists were .
cowards, ana said that tfev had never-
done anything towards the welfare of
the -.vol Lin j.iier.. He- was frank to
say. how.-vt r. that he con.-idered tbe
sentence cf the men aa ac cf justice.
The Con dimmed Anarchists.
Co ica' . .. Nov. a Two full com panie3
of p on cam ..a are now quartered in the
county jdl M' ar the anarchists' cells.
The oliici. rs were brought into iail last
night t'y the buck entrance. Ihere are
fifty-four men in all and each is armed
with a Winchester rifle. These men
will remain hi the building until after
the event of the 11th inst. There was
no excitement in the jail this morning j
Whatever stir was caused by the de
cision yfstorJny hud w;.rn off today
and everything wa-i quiet around the
Tne Sheriff has a'rea iy begun the
building of the scaffold on which it is
intended to hang the anarchists. The
carpenters were busy this afternoon
working on the pieces which go to make
up the machine of death and it will not
. . U;,fnra Mm n-ollntt-a vr-Ol ho Q0a
Tho ,fl rPt r,l Pel in
some quarters a3
significant of Mr. Matson's belief that
the Governor will n-.t interfere.
Tiwojis Ordered to C hicago.
WASlilsuTON, Nov. 2. Two com
panies of the S'xth infantry have been
ordered from Fort Douglass Salt Lake
City, to the new military rrservation
near Chicago. Majjr Wm. L Lyster
will command the post. No other
troops will be ordered there for the
present. The object of garrisoning the
post is to protect the government prop
erty during the winter and prepare foi
the beginning of work early in the
spring, ine troops will be availaDle in
tssion of Congress. In the
jvt-rcment buildings the
officers will he .piartered in farm houses
near the reservation, and the men in
A Pa-em-er Train Robbed.
I't eiii.'.i. Nov. o About 1 o'clock this
morning several inaskel men stopped
the eiet I ui.d Silt Lake express
Road, a l
cd ly one
Denver u Rio Grande
w miles ea?t of Grand
ni compelled engineer.
:iil and exprtss messen-l-.ave
tiny Were guard
f the robbers, the others
passi d through the train relieving pas
sengers of their money aud valuables.
The robbers then entered the express
car but failed ta open the safe. The
mail pouches were cut and the regis
tered let'ers and p ickag- s opened. The
train was allowed to proceed after
being delayed over an hour, aud the
robbers took to trio mountains. It is
not yet l.-f.rnt-d ii -.v much money tbey
'I he Ksmhiuie at Tann.a.
eauie at Tamjia.
. Fla.. N,.v. 3. There
cases of yellew fever
t.vo deaths during the
Jacks- 'N vill
were seven m-
at Tampa and
twenty four hours en ding last night.
Tho weather is rool. Thpro is n.o v e! low
fever in the State outside of Tampa.
XmWS NOTE 3.
3 " " W VI JiUUlUtJUlli
Fire in Cincinnati Monday deotroved , mettiu ,6 8 Board of Edu-
the work of ,h rn estroy ed cation was held in the executive office
the works of the American Cottonseed yesterday. The principal matter com-
Uil(o. Loss 8100,000. ing before the board was the proposition
John Russel Young, it is eaid, has re- T tll!11 M meeting by Mr. Geo.
turned to th vv tto,,; 7. ?anj8ey of Pender county, on b.haJf
. . auu
wrmng for tho editorial page.
- The American Woman Suffrage
delation conttnued its deliberations
,re at er, N.H., Monday burned
Ih6 T UPPe'Btrie8 f the ld miU f
Lxeter Manufacturing Company,
'1 wo hundred and fiftv union
Printers, over half the whole number in
the cit' went on etrike in Chicago
t- . .
Tuesday for a 9-hour law
Delaware voted yesterday on the
question of calling a constitutional con
vention. The call was defeated for
want of a sufficient majority.
The explosion of gasoline wrecked
the grocery store of Michael Newman,
iiOU13, at tWO O Clonk TllParlAv
' . .
yiuiug, tiiiiog eigne persons and ee-
riousiy jnjurinc three others
J J g tnred otner8'
-there was a meeting of colored Re-
Dublicana in Xpw Ynrt t,,a?o cu.
. J 0
uL l- D. Grant sent a letter, w
Oil F n fi.-or,f ,
, '. mcn
waa read- fa'ch he denied ever hav-
iug expressed any animosity to colored
cadets at West Point.
Pn-trffl.ain, j u
Po.toilke inspector Ads.t has sent a
circular to publishers throughout the
country warning them against an ad-
vertisicg agency called the EtnDire
erts, of Buffalo, N. Ti .
District Attorney Martine has finished
his consideration of the papers submit
ted in the complaint made against
Messrs. Jay Gould and Russell Sage,
and will submit the matter to the grand
JurJ' Tuesday. He declined to discuss
' the matter from any standpoint.
4 , . u . j
Clrcular haa been issued calling aj
meeting of the stockholders of the Third -
National Bank of St. Paul, Minn., on !
Fririo :tto,k- a w ;
the question whether the bank shall go !
int0 I!quidation. It is said that
bank is perfectly solvent
Berlin dispatches received in New
York Tuesday state that the subscrip
tion to the 5-2,500,000 Oregon Railway
and Navigation 5 ner cent, bonds was .a i
complete success, the entire amount of-1
fered by the Deutsche Bank of
being taken atOSj and accrued interest, j
Berlin nrirps i
A ireigbt train of sixty cars on the
Sunbury division of the Pennsylvania
railroad collided Monday with an en
gine and cabooee, eight miles north of
Catawissa, Pa . Both engines were com
pletely wrecked, and a number of cars
were thrown from the track. Four
train ban is were injured
4 tenable explosion occurred in one
Cainsville, N. J., Monday morning.
John Fanchor, Henry Dodd, Phillip
Meyers and Fred. McDede, aged from
15 to 24 years, were killed and the
buildings blown to a.toms-
Rev. James J.
McTigbe, tho Roman
whose election to the
Pi'incipalship of the thirty-third ward
public school in Pittsburg caused such
a stir recentlyn in religious circles, has
tendered his resignation, and has or-
dered the Catholic children to return to
the parochial school- It is intimated
that he was advised to do so by the
members of his congregation.
Roan Brown, a young white man,
living near Doyle, Fla., haa appeared
before the county judge and made a
statement that a few nights since a party
of men attempted to lynch him. Brown
having been charged by rumor with
killing one Hall some time Bince. He
killed one of them and tho others fled.
He sits up during the entire night with
a rifle between his knees.
The schooner Pomeroy from Chicago,
which arrived at Sturgeon Bay, Wis.,
Tuesday, rescued, about eight miles
from Sheboygan, Alfred Stone, believed
to be the only survivor of the fifty peo-
pie on tho propellor Vernon, lost last
Saturday. He had been on the raft
sixty hours when rescued. Five other
men were on the raft with him, but
they all perished.
The Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal
Company struck the great Baltimore
vein of coal in South Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
yesterday, nearly eleven huudred feet
below the surface, the deepest shaft in
Pennsylvania. The vein is between
eighteen and twenty feet thick. This
lucky find, for which tbe company has
spent years, and nearly one hundered
thousand dollars, will net tbem fully
three million dollars.
Two deaths from fever under suspi
cious circumstances occured Monday in
Sanford, Fla. The Duval county board
of health has delared a rigid quarantine
against Sanford. Through passengers
will not be allowed to come to Jackson- One Source of Congratulation,
ville, but will be transferred at the , When General Phil. Cook was .re
junction outside of the city limits to , sented to Miss Winnie Davis at Macon,
, , t. .! Ga., she was alluded to as the "Daughter
the roads lead.ng north. There were , Qf confederacy. The gallant Gen
only four new cases of yellow fever at eral wa8 captive at once by her
Tampa yesterday, and two deaths, j beauty and grace, and, extending his
Father Swemburgh, a Catholic priest, hand, said: "Miss Winnie, I am a
, A, , - ts . ; widower; please enroll me as a candi-
who took the place of Father Peterman, thrp08ition of son-in-law of the
who died last week, has also died. i Confederacy. " This sally met with a
Hon. Wm. M. Beach, ant
oerat, and popularly known as the "War
nrBn-'nf thn RhnHo tdnnrl dpmocracv.
has been appointed to the bench of the
Sixth District Court, in Providence,
made vac int by the death of Judge
James W. Blackgood. Mr. Beach is a
native of Clinton county, New York,
but bis vouneer days were passed in
He studied and practiced law in
Iudianopolis and was a member of the
Legislature of Indiana in 1851-'52, and;
later was clerk of the Supreme Cout of
that State. He Bettled in Providence in
o.l for, t-ocira later wnq tho d omn-
cratic oandiate for Governor.
S. Troops Moving Against the Hos
tile at Crow Agency.
Minn., Nov. 1. The
Pioneer-Press' Fort Custer special
says: Orders have been issued for
troops to move today.
A courier from the Crow Afiencv re-
nnrina laruii and vfrv noisv e-athennz
f inrii.n, nr th 4npT. and In -
dian war drums could be heard last
nieht all along the Big Horn river. The
Indians are all ordered to be in camp by
Friday night, and ull out after that will
ho treated ashostiles. The troons are
in high spirits.
Jleetinu- of Sf
id ui a company, to lease the "State
yiet road" running throuirh Angola
As - ff county as a foundation for a
in i tS propeVsVae
! State J-W" Zl
( years eTnce the S ft7J h n mS
: "hee swamey-tw Teel
j w'de and nine miles long fer- e benefit
of ? citizens of Pender county and the
DUbhc 7tnprlW tu l .--
inS tlr)n " tn f J ". .""'T 'uus.u'
sioera of. Pender county as a county
! fa0ad' b.ut this has "ever been done. It
i is an lmDortant thnrnahfara ,
i u iU iiuiu iii ii ei iAt i iim i i t m m id.
an important thoroni?hfnr hni-
work having been done on it for some
years it is getting into bad condition,
ihe company proposing to lease it has a
capital stock of $100,000 which it wishes
to invest in timber interests and pet out
some of the fine timber in the swamp.
It wishes to use the road as a means of
transportation in hauling out the tim-
After discussing the proportion
' IOr HOmo ima f V, -A j 1. 1
. ' " vi a ka avaoucu LUC
. v luaE lQe ooara wu agree
to lease to Geo. A. Ramsey and his ae-
?gns a certain portion not to exceed
! in width eicrht fpt tr ha latai
' ascertained under the Bunervisinn of th
, nnAA-ln .J . .
; agent and engineer of the board-of the
j road recently built thronlh Ta
i for a period of years, to be used as a
' tramway or railway upon condition that
i 6 sha11 Put the entire road, as origln-
ally constructed, in good condition, !nd
keep the portion not occupied by said
j tmwa7 or railway open for the use of
' u publi? at a11 times; the lease not to
i missioners of Pender Mnnir in r.
meeting ana a record thereof made.
ana tne Attorney-General is directed
to prepare a contract in accordance with
This will be submitted to the com
pany for acceptance or refusal. News
Items from Cove
After a protracted spell of bad wea-
I we ave prospects of bright, open
W , 6r'
ine farmei 8 generally wear lonz
1st of November, as if
generally the case, and has been tnr rha
i la8t tour years on account of short
crops ana long mortgages.
Mr. A. B. Carroll, a very enterprising
gentleman, is building a new dwelling
house on the lot adjoining the lot occu
pied oy Uapt. F. W. White. We wel-
come dn Ruch citizens in our midst
ul, !!ttle 7!llap seems to have
caught the snirir.
somewhat on n hnnm Wq v, d q .
warehouse at this place, commodious
and comfortable, and in tba wiiiino.
room the railroad comoanv has recently
fitted up a new stove which adds mate-
rially to the oomfort of the passengers
wno come to tafcetne train.
We have two stores here in full blast,
one post office, one railrjad office, and
we need a telegraph office. We have
here also one bar-room, but we don't
boast on that branch of our industries,
but on the other hand we are con
strained to blush at the way some of
our citizens show their weakness in
.1 1 tfaimnBttuulo TT I UB Cl 1 1J g
with tangle-leg Ben.
Died at his home near Bell's Ferry,
Pitt county, October 1, 1887, Mr. Jacob
McCotter. He was born September 19,
1809. Mr. McCotter occupied several
places of trust in both church and
State. He was baptised in 1842, and
took membership with the Christian
Church. During the same date, he was
a delegate from his congregation to the
convention of the Disciples held at
Hookerton and proved to be quite an
active member of that body. He was a
resident of Craven county until 1852,
after which date he made Pitt county
his adopted home. In 1810, healtended
the ratification of President Harrison's
eleotion at Raleigh.
After the close of the civil war he be
came a leader of the Republican party
of Pitt county, and was twice elected to
the lower House of Representatives,
and to the Senate in 1870- 72.
He was married twice. A widow and
four children survive him. His funeral
was largely attended, and his remains
were followed by a large concourse of
mourning relatives and friends to their
last resting place, where tbey were in
terred in the family burying srround.
In the death of Mr. McCotter, the
church to which he belonged loses one
of its faithful and devoted members,
and the county of Pitt one of its honored
citizens. He was a man of a kind,
genial and benevolent disposition, and
the hospitality of his home was un
bounded. His name is a household word in Pitt
county. He loved that which is right,
and hated that which is wrong. In all
places of political or religious positions,
which he filled, he did it with marked
ability. While he was not an educated
man in the popular sense of the word,
yet, by experience and observation, he
was eminentlv fitted to be a true repre
sentative of his people. But God's
finger touched him and be slept. The
places he filled in the hearts of his
DeoDle and around hia domestic altar
I will be filled no more forever.
: He has laid aside his mortality with
all of its cares, toils, sacrifices and dis-
appointments for the sublimer heights
! of heaven.
I We tender to the bereaved family and
! relatives our sincere condolence in this
their sad bereavement. He has left to
them an example of faithfulness, de
votion and christian character worthy
of the highest emulation. X.
I round of aDDlause. and Col. Hardin
remarked that "there would be one
! ource 0f congratulation in marrying
I thn anihter of the Confederacy the
1 groom would never be bothered with
Did muiutr-iu-ian .
INew York Times Sued for Libel.
New York, November 1. Comtroller
Loew has instituted a suit against Geo.
Jones and the New York Times Com-
1 pany for $100,000 for libe'.
Suffering Caused by a Strike. i
krtern. Pa.. November l.-TheLe-l
; h-gh Valley shops will run nine hours
: a day hereafter instead of ten, owing io
a reduction Ot DU8ine68
on account oi ,
the coal miners' striko. The strike is j
affecting all industries in the valley, i
and people are suffering many hard-1
Their Bntineai Booming. i
Probably no one thing has caused !
such a general revival of trade at K. JN.
Duffy s drug store as their giving away
to their customers of so many free trial
Dottles ot ur. iving s new uiscovury iur
i Consumption. lheir trade is simpry
1 enormous in this very valuable article
( from the tact tnat it always cures ana i
' never disappoints. Coughs, colds, I
asthma, bronchitis, croup, and all,
throat ana lung diseases quicmy curea,
Every bottle warranted. For sale at R.
N. Duffy's drug store.
r, 7. powaer never rariea. A marref of
Purity, .trength. and wholeaomene..rMore
.than tbe ""nry kind., and3
"Ot D6 Sold in AnmnafltiA. . , I ,..T.
Of Inwu.t K "f""; wiLuiDomuiuwiflt
;II.wJ?"ti n.'' weight, altun or phooSSI
Kf."-r." V?-""1 J, n .HOT4L BAtw.
For sale in Newborn by Alox. Miller.
Sash, Doors ami Blinds,
Paints, Oils and ;iass
J-ime, Cement aud I;astei
All Grades of COOKING AND
AT BOTTOM PRICES I
L. H. CUTLER,
26 & 28 Middle Street,
NEW BEItNE. N. C.
Fine Flour of all Grades,
Selected Teas. Pure Coffees
Butter and Cheese, from the
IJ-kgeBt and Best SelPoted BtorH
CANNED FRUT8 AND VKttETABL
ever before brought to New Berne.
Also, a fall variety of other goods, usual,
kept In a Flrst-Clnss Store. '
Goods delivered at any part of the
free of charge.
Middle St., next to Humphrey
& Uovrard, Nw Berne, N, C.
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
And all kinds Orv nnd Building work in
Orders will receive prompt att.oct5or
JOE K. WIL5 IS. Proprietor
(HoccfNliT to li jer. W . 'Ij ;(Hiie)
Got. BROJl: CI..AI JJN Sta.
.EW BKRXZ. -V. ,
G. E. MiLLHB id n.y authorized agoi t
inKicBton mnfI0-i( jw
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
BAGGING AM) TILS i:tc.
Consignments of Grain, C ; on and
other Produce solicited.
Prompt Attcntiou Gua - nteed.
N. W. Cor. South Front and Middle St"
NEW Bi:itNE. N. C.
Take Hotica !
Our store is filled with
Provisions, Groceries, Canned
Goods, lry Goods, Crockery,
Etc. We keep a full line of the
Celebrated Prisen Boots and
0. S. Parsons & Sons' Boots
Every pair warranted io k'-vc satis
faction. Country merchants and the people
generally are requestod to call and ex
amine our large stock before purchas
ing. We will give you low figures.
We job Lorillard Snuff.
ROBERTS & BRO.,
South Front at.. Hew Berne.N. O.
RED lTgHT SALOON,
Near Market Dock, Middle St-,
NEW BERNE, N. C,
j ig where you CAN ALWAYS FIND
Of every variety, in large or small
quantities. Also the FIN EST GRADES
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
All of which will be eold
CHEAP FOR CASH !
(John D. DINK1N9, Salesman
Use House's Chill Syrup
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