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INDEPENDENT 1 1ST ALL THINGS.
Term 9U.OO Por "Vara
NEW KKI.NE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, DKCKMBEIl 27, 1888,
Thoro Is' Found This Season in Kinston,
Larger, Better and Finer Stock of Goods than kept any
where else In this section, nuti we call your attention
especially to the many branches of Goods
displayed and for sale at
JOaMlK u4 Faaaj Dry Ool, Li: -' 1
4rar aa4 Wnyi.
TV CltHKhrc for julo.J.
Gata FviiiiiOWt, irt .a Cap
TVptuiM4 Crpu mJ R ,owr Pru-""
CU Faritmr Mil Muj-
T8 Wtlt t4 vilk Mt ajt2iio( i '
AIm k for :
XOO iU. hTY Um4 Park.
23 lt. LrtIIv4 Oik TMJt Saaf .
iO Hin sur IJ ul roia.
10,000 tU. of BxrUs SmIj to eoTr jotwo
I.OCO dot Col poi Co l u Q,
ia & ot&r good WotMl.
1 1idd!i, Un-
.i ; T.f t;oc i.
- th body firm od
f iiim'f ihow to a
8;n if ih '!br.-
Cabinet making continue bmk
in the Et. In the Wgt all ia
Gi5. W. P. Roberts hu bn
gget for AdjntaDt General of
O.x Tueadar the Smth Carolina
8-nte rejected the bill toeatablish
home for disabled Con federate
aoldiers .nil sailors.
brocij r down in .fw ion
which im aQallj the ca near the
tiaae for chHDging th" ad lnistra
tion of the joTeroment.
Gu. Harbison will neither
affirm or den.v the reort that he
fa aJi offered the Secretaryship of
State to Mr. Blaine.
Rev. J a me.s P. Boyck, I). I).,
Preoidenl ot tie Southern Baptist
Teological Seminary at Loaisrille,
Ky., ii dangerouily ill in Pans.
TnE Durham Recorder would
like to ae Hon. WelTin E. Carter.
of Aahenlle, elected Speaker of the
next Hoase of Rpi eaentati ves.
Governor Gray of Indiana haj
hen notifi. d ty Prosecotor Co v don
that fortv White Cp, mostly we.l
to do farmern hare beon indicted.
THE New York Herald announce
that Hayti prorK to outwit ns
by retarning the Haytien Republic
before our Tesael pet to their des
M. 1)E LESSErs and his col
leagae in the Panama Canal Com
pany have resigned and the affairs
of their enterprise seem to have
gone to the wall.
As heretofore stated, Mr. A.
LAiar, of Iredell, ia a candidate
for Speaker of the next Honse.
Capt. C. M. Cook and Major M
Carter are hia opponent.
rue ma and opportunity, to place
common schools in easy reach of
all her children, than this grand old
commonwealth. But we would
have her assay a loftier flight and
place the State University in the
fore front of the educational insti
tutions of the day. Far be it from
us to detract lrom the growing
fame of this venerable college. Its
foundations were laid in wisdom
and sa Ted truth goes forth from
I)le?im rK the tiMidl ex.ingrrati..n all its jwrtals. Let the trcanres
the riot in M is-:s.-;''i as a seri-
HcruNOKi: s.n s ;l;jr France is
&a kolidly lit .ii lil ic-.i ii a America.
West Virginia, does not like
her name. Slit- w.mts to be called
H a n a w h a .
:e M uss
: in. i
Ma's '-.ind jury
i i ,i nd has .1 pl eat
Off I lu- in .
StE (;k ii. vi:
One ! one
their way to
just been ' o I
ha s t.-u'Lii (1 tn
deal of w,iik 1
Southerners are Lost i
the I'rpsident-Fh 1 1 1'; . i
Politics, 1 lieir Ohji i '
Indian 4 rous i:. . v. ,
the "olid uuii; i ;.;
(Jl-o Hurrisou "b Ac iiiii. ; . ..i
new houtu take ltn pldCc'.' 1; v.
icvotiemen fro:;i U.rni.u-'i. in;
tacia who cml- i upi.u iju
toil ay are Lot uiiftakea. a:.-.
was delighted to have us call, and
would ive our viewd tbe moet careful
consideration. '' N. Y. Times.
bonds and hearing testimony on the
sime, the board announced that they
would be tnken into consideration and
Proceedings of Board of Commiesioners a decision rendered upon the same on
of Craven County.
during The county commissioners of Craven
1 the county, elected by the Board of Justices
'' ',r the at their meeting on the first Monday in
iiurridou June- viz Ja- A. Bryan, John A.
tLey ate Meadows, Daniel Lane, William Cleve
ous alTair, r. i
saul th.it these :
tate a s non i
one of ; lit- mo.-; i
constructed In 1-..4.1.
1 r li .ro;,..i, '
Ro.-t cr.iii i : : h t he
d ie r G e i. c r .i ! . I ti ri
onlv one d flK'iil'N in
RoseiTtiiis w as iit-ei
The trust, ei of J
Cnllrge, a: I 1 1 1 1 1 .
burned, rei ! vi d t
-' r i - !
is not et.
lls'." It 13
v : : S-i v.ce
ur,' c'. ck.
Of science and the wealth OI letters of the Beer.emer Rjili:,j! Mills Company :
ii. L. Uit)ot Jrltrit n . l'iei.leiit of tL(;
vry ootitiatnc that tuty are ' the po- and Edward W. Smallwood, convened
pie- ho are destined to mold events at the court house on the first Monday
and do the grei.: td. Here are their . ... , , 000 , , , . ,
name and ccudu. -: rhornas Sfddonn, ln December. 1SS3, and after being duly
President of the hi ops Iron and Sieel qualified elected Jas. A. Bryan chair-
company: W li ood ward. President man for the ensuine year
he the possession of all the sous of
North Carolina; then will knowl
edge cover the land as with a
shit-ld, and liberty find its strong
est bulwark in the intelligence and
virtue of the people.
I i e n .
once at a co.-t ot loo.ooo
one of llifi'l'li'v :V::m.c in
m the S nit lo
I UK Indiana
hve to bonow
ranning expens s nl
I: e w a
1 Leo ill
i' e Ui. lie
I ecc Ii t :y
M ;; ,.t
1 : was
r u ; i o n s
gi - i i' lire will
HOW (H'O lor the
the next two ea:s. lr his been
auggested that as : lie Indiana tloat
ers are tiush j i-t now it would te
Well to r-trike ttiem ! T a loan.
I". S. District attiuxey Sel
lers, who has resigned just as im
portant election cases were about
to be brought up In h:s diMru t, has
subjected himself to ;i.e same kind
Having purchased an extra large stock, we
are prepared to sell Goods at
Wholesale and Retail,
Eock Bottom Prices.
Country Merchants will surely find it to
their advantage to call upon us and examine
stock and prices. We can give you
of criticism to hich an ai ui officer
The Worlds lndianapol.a special '8Qlji,ct, himelI ilt u u. ,,M,i;,ou
the eve ot bat t le.
TlIK Wmld is I'li M.siiliig b-tters
troru Dvmui'i a's show u,g In they
did uot vote lor (..' . e e I a nd. I".er
reason i mag' n nle is given,
uentlemeu could hieave
elves trouble and luen more en
titled to tn-liel if cai a one ot them
bad written "t'ec.iu-e 1 am not a
aava that Gen. Liamaon hs acci
' dentlly let fall hia opinion that
there will be an extra session of
the Fifty-first CongTe.
THE Preaident haa nominated
K. Hartrulge, of Jaekaonville, FU.,
to Ue U. S. District Judge for the
Northern district of Florida in place
of tbe late Tbm-s Settle
''THE Kin of Switierlaud re
cently had the majority of his
Cabinet massacred bcnse he
thoaght they were plotting to de
HOW IS IT :
Is the world getting worte ? Is
civilization and Christianity losing
their influence T Not at all. Every
day lilts us higher in the scale of
being aud brings ns nearer to God.
How is it then that wickedness
is rampant and crime holds high
carnival T White-Caps in the
North, destrojing the peace ot
coin muuit irs, and negroes in the
South rioting in murderT
It is the efforts ot malcontents
and ruffians to thiow off the re
straints of law in the one case, and
the overflow of malignant passions,
intiamed by unprincipled mis
creants, in the other.
Within tbe last lew days the
civil authorities ot Indiana and
Ohio have compelled the submission
t the W hite Caps, and the anthori
ties of Mississippi will just as cer
tainly restore order to that com
monwealth. The news from Walthalla, Miss.,
is well calculated to arouse the
white people throughout the
United States. We are not in
possession of all the facts. We
only know that a constable's posse,
in the discharge of fficial duty,
was filed upon, on last Sunda
1 hese night, by a party of negroes in am
them bush, and several white men were
e.esrerm-r Iron and Sietl Company, of
the South ana Nwrih Railroad Coaip-inv,
and other busmen enterprises ; David
Roberts. Vice-Prthident and General
Manner of the D--ooreU ben Col tnd
IroQ l nii'iu) ; LJwin Thocur.i. Vice
Prreidc-ni ar.d Mnri.igcr i f th,! Pioneer
Milidk sill Manufacturing company;
C. P. Wilnn,ou. President of tbe VYii
uaojsor, lion Company. Judge Charios
burner, u ChuL.ccllor of Alabama; Col.
Cornelius Cadle. Jr. Vice President
and ILnaijtr of thfc Cahale. Coal Min
ing Company: Fred. Slops, Pre-ident of
the Birajinntm liming ana Manufac
turing , omua y. and JaJe II. B.
TonjptinMof Atlanta, Ga., Vice-Preei-
oent and G-neral Manager of the Shef
field and Birminth.m L
All ihete gentlemen tsrpt Judge
ToinkinB are residents of Birrnioghaiu.
Ala., or of its vicinity. They control
Si!0.C00 ICO of iaveated capital. In ad
Jiiiuu, mty represent iCO other business
men ot Alabama who are interested in
mining and manu f .,ct u rin enterpri-es
in hicn SoO.OOO.OCO of capital are in
vented. To keep on with statistic?,
Mesors. -..'adie. Woodward. Thomas and
turner huvu always Leen Republicans,
and the rest Democrat, though none of
, ihr-m vottd fur Mr. Cleveland. Mr.
Thomas is a Pcnnsi lvn;an by birth,
Mr. Wodlward a West Virginin and
a member of the L'l.lon Army, Col.
Cudle an Iowau and an old Union sol
dier. Judge Turner a native of Connec
ticut, and Mr. Widi im-on an Oaioan
and a member of an Indiana regiment
luiing tbo war; s tc.'ie is a fair sprin-
Board adjourned to Wednesday.
WEDNESDAY S PROCEEDINGS
The board met at 10 a. m. All present.
The bond of Robt. Hancock, Jr.,
Register of Deeds, being deemed in
sufficient was unanimously disapproved
by the board, and the office declared
The several bonds of M. llabn,
Sheriff, being deemed insufficient, were .
On motion of Commissioner Small- UDani,nously rejected and the office
RiXTEO NORTH CAKOLIXi
NEW KLItXK. X. C.
ii ui dine work a
wood. Simmons & Manly were elected
attorneys for the board.
An order was made that all sureties
to bonds of county officers residing in
and out of t;.e ccunly appear person
ally before the board for examination
as to their solvency.
R.jbert Hancock, jr., Register of
Deeds elect. M. Ilahn, Sheriff tlect.
appeared before the board with certifi
cates of election and presented their
bonds. E. W. Carpenter, C. S. C, ap
peared before the board and tendered a
The bond of A.G.Oden, Coroner
elett, being deerut;d gor.d and sufficient
was approved by the board Fnd lie
qualified according to law.
The bond of Wm. Bed, Conetable
elect of No. 7 township, being deemed
good and sufficient was approved and
he qualified according to iav,-.
At the request of E. W. Carpenter,
C. S. C., he was granted until Tuesday,
December 18th, to have his sureties be
fore the board.
ITALIANS AMERICAN MARBLE
Orders will reoeive prompt attention
end satisfaction guaranteed
jof a. wili.IS. Proprietor
W. BROAD AfiD ORAVZK 8U..
renewal of his bond. After hearing Henry J. Dovick. Surveyor elect, was
testimony in regard to the bonds offered granted uutil Tuesday. Dt rem her 1 1 th.
Trou and it was agreed that final consideration 10 complete his bond.
be postponed until Tursday, P cpmber
1!. at 11 a.m.
IVard took a recess until 4 pm.
Board convened at 4 p m. : all pret-ent.
Eugene Tucker was appointed standard-keeper
for the county for the crsu
ing two years.
Moses T. Bryan was appointed under
taker for the ensuiDg two years, and
No election having been held in No.
') and C townthips. and the C jnaabb -elect
of N'o. 3 having failed to tender
hij bond, the c .'lice of Constable in theee
townships was declared vacant.
The valuation of tho lot of I.saiah
Wood in No. S township wa-? rc-dueod
from SI 000 to $300.
E W. Carpenter. C. S. ('.. presented
hi annual report of pub! ic f und re- ;
K. Mil uin
XKW BERNX, ti. C
ay authorized tgNt
kliu of N 'rthern blood in the delega
tion, though none of tho Northerners supervision of Com. J
$4 00 fixed as the price of each coffin ceived snd disbursed by him during
and burial. the year, which was examined, np-
Ail mat'ors pertaining to the poor of proved and ordered to he liied.
the county were placed under the eu- The double tax charged against
pervision of Cm. Edward W. Saiall- Meesrs. Moore A' Brady on property in
wood. No 8 township for the year lSsS w-ag re
Ail matters pertaining to the bridges mitt-d upon p.yrnfrt of hingle t.ix.
of the county were placed under the JJfi W. Waters, E?q . attorney for
A. Meadows. McL'-an, undo application for
nave lived less man 10 years in the The supervision and contiol of the certain funds puid over to the countv
South Mr. Seddoua and Judiie TotUD- r-(. ri . a ; 1 treamirr bv ihn I' s; C ( Ur, r,f,m,l.
. .vyuAbuuccouu an vYaaLyiacuiiaLovr
hands of the chairman cf the board. ed to said McLean. The matter was
kins are the most prunouneod Soutbern-
rTH in tl e lot. Jii.li. A Tomnlrina H(.rrAil
in tha Confe.i r.att) Ariijy . and Mr Sel- Corns. Smallwood and Meadows were referred to the attorneys of the board.
Don't Fail To Call On
SE2TD Ycur ORDERS TO US.
We have in st)ck a Full Line of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
C S. Parsons & Sons Boots
Pomtentiary Boots & Shoes,
Also Shooi direct from the Bottom
We are selling all gradee FLOUR
from the Mills in Michigan very low.
Wo also job Lorillnrd and Gail A Ai
SoutK Front .. Ntne Beme.N. O.
ions i a ton id one
Secretaries of War.
leader of ins deltgation. They let him
do tho talking for ihtriu, and he makes
iO bontp of declaring their object
dollar.-! Toe industrial and commer
cial n- veic m.- ei. t of the South .
'Property i- : goo i thing.' Slid Mr.
Seddonti to the Tiinsa correspondent.
' and that i v.h.u w. v. ;nt the South
ern people to get 'i h i.ive remained
poor t ) long, and if b.-iQac Rjpu dican
ill get the Sjj'h tijh t'-.. a e are- Re-
f the Confederate appointed a standing committee to ex
Mr . Seddons ig the aminp and Biol it nil rnnrt. hilla pheriffx
ac;ount3 and other claims against the
county before the Fame are considered
by the boar i.
County Treasurer elect, R. Berry,
having failed to tender his official
bonds, the office was declared vacant.
Dr. N. H. Street w. s appointed county '
physician for the ensuing two yearsit
a salary of $200 per year.
Application of Mr. R W. Smith for
repairs to Willis bridge was, on motion,
referred to ("ommisM.iner Meadows
with power to act.
A proposition from Nunu & Harper,
publibhera of New Berne JoviiNai., in
regard to printing, was accepted.
In tho matter of petition of Willis
Kitkman and other to change route of ;
River-ide Church road it was ordered
that petition be returned with instruc- i
Brick! Brick! Brick!
THE 1L MIX RAIL FA KIT.
So long as we nave a cvuutry to
What ha broom of lov- 80 lo"K mu,t ln,rt' be 11 I,art-N
the Swiss Republic T
OWI5Q to fears that the Panama
Canal Company's difScultie may
gire rise to disorders on the Isth
mai, the French g-OTernuient has
aent a man of war to Colon to pro
t-ect French intrest.
to defend it Other parties are
partiea of expediency ; the Demo
cratic party is a party of principle.
There have be:: platlorms in
uumerable, but all I ) em ocraj ' c
platforms, from the organization
of the ptrty to the pit-sent timw,
have insisteil on a stiu t construe
The clerk was ordered to advertise in tiong to give notice to all parties over
the proposed icute, as
rations for the county poor for the year Vv'. II. Jackson was appointed inspec-
We have no doubt tbe hour of, Mr. Sadduu .i.,d ho-(,-.. is fcrrnP,!
retribution will come, and the ner- i 'or ibtir v isa ttiiouh ex-Jor rtBsman the New Berne Jocrnal for sealed pro- whoBe land
. . - ,v v . v,lR B F- i'lt'Ct'' General Harrison's posals for furnishing provisions or changed, will run
-.t, uunting companion, and under his
...... ..Un C , W n , nIn...n ' .Bnri I hu. ,mlo t 1 i IT.. vi-IOAn 'd
l' , r V '"7' L,,UI"" , t( t tw IhouTethTs afternoon: They gave hte .beginning Jan. l,t. 1SS9. and ending; tor of cord wood. He tendered hia
Let tt not be supposed that this meQ10rijll. of whluh lhe (ext is a8 fol. Dec. 31st, 1S89. bond which was approved and the oath
hideous affair evinces the retro- iowg, and it was signed by 2C0 firms ; Eugene Tucker tendered his bond as administered.
gression ot mankind. It is a dark ! 110 4 corporations of Birmingham 8tandard keeper, which was approved Board adjourned to 4 p.m.
and vicinity: We, the cuizeua of ,, , ,
and bloody incident of the race ! Alabama, congratulate you and the he was qualified according to law. afternoon session.
pioblein that has been thrust noon i coaDLT7 on ibf sncctvs of t'aoae prin- E. S. Street tendered his resignation . Board convened at 4 p.m. All pree-
. . oiples which hare caused your election, as cotton weigher, which was accepted , ent.
un, auu nuiuu win unu uts oimuiiuii ; because wo Delieve tnat a protective anc
lu the absolute ftinremacv of I he 1 111 promote too development oi
W. P. BURRUS S CO.,
AND GRAIN DEALERS,
NKW BKRNE, N. C.
Consign us your produce,
mav 6 d wit
THI "Wilmington Mease r, ger says:
The corner atODe of the Oootl
Samaritan Hospital for colored
people, tu laid at Charlotte lat
Tuesday. The bailding of this ho
pital has bxen undertaken by white
persons entirely, and is under the
auspice. of the Episcopal Church.
than any house in Eastern N. C.
Dry Goods in all its Branches,
Liens, Boys and Youth's Clothing,
and in fact too many articles to mention.
Please call and we will guarantee it to be
to your advantage.
Kinston, Sept 20. janl
tion ot the Const r ir urn, ami the
limitation of the ledcral govern
ment to powers and prerogatives
ipresly couterred upon it. In the
nature of things the party must
continue to tie, a.- it L i ever teeii,
the body guard of the Constitution.
Never was the pait ;n better
THE Preident haj accepted the condition. It has ottcn been in
resignation of Sellers and nomi- brtter position tor the accomplish
Dated Leon O. Bailey to be United mrnt of the :;!-. of the people, but
8tte Attorney for Indiana in his never ban it l et u more tirmly en
place, liailey wm Sellers' ajwistant trenched in the confidence and
and is familiar with the Dudley affection ot 'lie i eople.
cae, and all other cases in which Vance, Ki::m :, Morgin,
bnbry is charged. I'.utier. V. t. .:..! ti.- ir Demo-
Ei-Qovkbsob Jahvis, present cratic e.-'.l.-.gu- s . f if;- Sena'e :
L". S- Mioister to Brazil, is at home Sibiuk lis. l'.r ek:nr:dge. Cox, Cai-
oa a sixty day's leave of abaence. lisle, and their party -oeiates i f or(er ),e restored
He haa not resigned the Brazilian the Mouse, are standing ly their
miaaion, bat It is sappoed that he tlag, and d;pnting every advance
will do so and become a candid ate towards cent t al at nm, and the
overthrow id il:e rights of the
States i.d tl.e liberties of tiie citizen.
Go ernoi s
same 1 m m r
letter t ban a I
our nutiir.nl rHm-nim.-a nrl hi.r'niiea q n
white man. j i,ue. free from sectional feeling and
It is unquestionably tbe interest j prejudice, id now presented upon which
, r, " ,, i th5 people of tue South can divide ac-
of the races in tbe South to live m j oorainK ,0 lhe dictates cf reason and
Ieace together. It is tbe part ot j conviction We know mere are great
., v ., a - u . , i numbers in this, lection who think as
patriotism, hamanity and Christian- AB d0 8cJ are Q,Ay rtitraiaed froa
lty to leave nothing Undone to ac . public expression and advocacy of their
co'nipllsh SO desirable a result, but.j P'nion8 by a .eehng of uncertainty as
' ' what will bt t ie policy adopted in
if negroes will not know theii 1 the treatment of Southern problems,
place and permit peace and har nd apprebrneioa ilu; any change in
. I our local uovemnient wili bo deter-
mony to acCOm(dlsh their beneficent j mmud to our best interests Tnis fear,
results, t Ley must bear the conse- B believe, win be mater. ally k-sseaed
, . ,, ,. , i M good (.ppoiutments, and tne best re-
quences that will inevitably fol- 8ulu of your elecuoD t0 tE8ured br
low. ' mating appointrcenis from that class of
v. , ... , i- . u o I Republicans who command the con-
o doubt the tnuuiph of the Re I ndtnCB ar)d rre.Pect of the communities
piildicau party in tbe uational elec- ! iu whicn they live. Such appointments former board
i win develop
Jones elected to fill the va
Board adjjurned to Tuesday.
" TUESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
Board convened at 10 a.m. ; all present.
A. S. Jones tendered his bond as cot
ton weigher, which was approved snd
he was qualified according to law.
The valuation of lot listed in the city
of "Sew Berne by Wm. Cohen, executor,
was reduced from ST, 000 to So COO, and
on 114 acres of land in I'o
from -Si 000 to ST00. on
The office of Sheriff having been de
clared vacant, W. B. Line was elected
to (ill the position.
The office of county treasurer having
been declared vacant, E. K. Kryan was
elected to fill the position.
The office of Regirterof Deeds having
been declared vacant, John A. Richard
son was elected to fill the position.
The clerk of Ike hoard was ordered to
notify the several gentlemen of tneir
' towni-hip election and that they v. ould be given
ccount of until the first Monday in January to
file their bonds, and that their sureties
The personal property listed by Thos. must appear before the hojrd for exam
Bryan, col., in No. S township, for 1SS8, inatiou.
was reduced from S1C0 to S10. Board adjourned to m.e
Ou motion, the rules passed by the Dee. lS:h,at3p m.
The World Stands Aghast
AT tVIY LOW I'ltrOES,
' And wonders. How is it that I can aell
Tuesday, 3() much lower than any one else.?
1'il tell you: I have determined to b
for its guidance were
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 UJiainaTIOrTABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant-
It Is brewed from the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Halt and Laazer Hops, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NU
Xfc high reputation enojfd by the BE KG N Kit A ENGEL
X)MPAXT U da to tb Uci thai only the FINK ST AND BEST
IXTE3LIAUS mr ud mad fbtt the greatest SKILL and CAKE
ax axweised ii axing iu b Market art. yi dwtf
. 'lAgent and Bottler. Hew Berne. N. C.
fbr the office of United States Sen
ator from North Carolina.
have uknaed an address to Prreideut
eleoC Harriaon io which they set
forth that the political parties iu
the Sooth can now divide on politi
el iaauea, and ak General Harri
son to wognire tbe bst element
of the Iipublican pjirty in making
appci'.ntmeuta in the South.
lr having been rumored that
H irrisou will iVfNaemble Congress
.a session so.n alter inauguration,
the question arie?, '"What for!'
If an eitra (-esaiein shall be called
its purpose will no doubt be to
strengthen the party by admitting
new States, and by securing with
out delay the organization and
patronage of the Hons.
Tns White Cap organ irations In
Ohio have all ten acting nDder
. charters taken out from the office
of the Secretary of State under a
variety of names, snch us "Brothers
of Industry, ' and "Knights of
Lilverty and Law."' On lat Satur
day Gov. Foraker tsaued a procla
mation annulling all these charters,
and saying that in case ot any
farther terrorizing, whipping or
threatening the members of these
organizations wonld be held re
Wi bave received the initial
number of Tbe American Queen, a
monthly maganne for the borne,
published by tbe First National
Publishing Company, Boston,
Ma . at f3 50 per annom, payable
in adrance. We have examined
the work and consider it one of tbe
best, aa it certainly is the largest
and moat complete, of American
magazines. In literary and artistic
excellence it is in advance of any
periodical we have sfen In many a
day. Believing it to be eminently
f St and St a' e
a: e a.ser' ii g the
tl t l n el pies, and,
tin-, the people of
nve i elie wi d t he.r
vow on ' he altt r of t heir country.
It is quest .onab e whether the
Democratic party Miinie o:ential
tor govd w In-ii : ; : in eli ai ge ot the
Government, i : n ;: ;Unls ..s
a ftonrw.i.l .-g, ..!.. en roach-
meiit ol" ti e :.: n- I i-- success
is the precursor ot p i l.o robbery
and national c'oshoio r.
Lt eer D. moer.it n- organiza
tion maintain its di-i ipime, and
every member realiz that
is intrusted the defense
tiou has ha 1 a disturbing influence
in arousing expectations in the
colored people that cannot be real
ized. But this will scon pass away
and in a little while the sovereign
ity of law will assert itself and
In the meantime we counsel
moderation, aud that self-poise
that is consistant with manhood,
justice and right.
We speak for the white people
both in the assertion that no wrong
two strong parties, and ilr-rr('i
Having presented the memorial, Sed- The tnrte lota hted b-v HoPy Ann
ifou sdortsed Gen. liiirruon. He Gibbs, No. S tewnshipfor 1338, was
aid: "noon after the e cction we found reduced from .5190 to on account of
thut there wt-re u great many people in err,-)r
ourpartof tbe country ho are he irtilv T ' ! - , . ,, ,
m f.tor of protection -nd very much JuiJ8'- p- aO. Constable elect of
pleased wuh i our el. ciim. Ttiey are No. S township, appeared before the
anxious t j have their v ie ws brought to board with his certificate of election
your Knowledge, ana a snort time ago and presellte(j his official bond which was approved and he qualified arcord-
those of us who entertain these views . , , . . . , . . ,
g,,t tog-ther ,.n.i frame,! and siged the belD2 deemed insufficient was granted ingtolaw.
tneuuoiial which hat. just been presented further time to strengthen the same. The bond of K W. Carpenter, r S. C,
tiyou. Th signers are the most promi- E. A. Ask ins, 'Constable-elect of N. 1 wasaccepted.
u-nt buMi.e-s m.u of Alabama. They t0WESi;ip preBCnted his official bond The bond of Ilenry J. Lovick. counly
represent lhe progres-ive ientimentof , . . . , , , . ,
tn South, the sentimt upon which ! whlch was approved and he qualified surveyor, was accepted.
die future development sr:d prosperity according to law. A voucher for 8153 .,5 was ordered is-
r the Souih depends. e come here Orlando Hubba, Register of Doeds, sued to C. W. McLean in payment of
Board met Tuesday, Dec. 13th at '! p.
nr., pursuant to adjournment. All
The double tax en the property liettd
by Walker & Farrar in No. 3 township
was remitted upon payment of single
W. A. Thomas, Conrtacie elect of No.
2 township, presented his bond which
easily satisfied for the cash, and WORK
FOR SMALL PROFITS.
My Motto is: FAIR DEALING.
Come and buy from me, and jou will
never regret it.
K. R. JONES,
New Berne, N. O.
1862. EATON 1888.
HAS A FINE STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks. Jewelry
AND PLATED WARE.
,, thplt0y0U Gen, nir;iti0n- today because Bubmittsd his annual report of public same amount paid by the Clerk f the
, auu tuf e are profoundly impressed by the , ., , ,. ..,. - . .
funds received and dieposed of by him Superior Court to the county treasurer han ' olhor jn Nonh roUtxA
.mnr.-mutivr.tJO.O.. m-hoetiiawoacc-Q rrom ll(VPn Dfir lLD. lDI. in IN TPIU USUUCiaiLUeu 1 UUUO, U'a au UUlteouv n .-d nurticn nr r.o , n a lr tit thorn trx lha
supremacy must aud shall be pre- do in renard to the enurse which should her 22.1 . 1SS3. which was received and the court in a proper proceeding to he eves of parties needing them.
1.1 luivuuru iu ilio urjfio, auu im are protoundly impr
eniiiliatic declaration that white feeling of unea-ict which exists
-i r e
be adopted bv the R-publi.-an party in appr0T-ed by the board,
its trerttco'-nt of tha negro Question. , , .. , ,
that a conservative
The valuation of lot on southwest
We are (ati.-fied
Til E Philadelphia Record, (De OT action on the part of the Republican corner cf Craven and Neuee streets,
the best nnd soundest of
, course wnicn win result in tne appoint- from 3500 to 82 SCO
pers, couciunes an iiiiuies ou cot- ment inroukinout tne ooutn or tne oest
ton ties a, follows: i claw of cm?.: ns. end m dividing
the Bond butti. a want no ci;l 'cs
Cotton raising is certainly one of for ourselves or for rurfri- We
t he greatest of our industries. The do want men put into offi.-i d p vii io;:s
labor engaged in it competes, with 'a the outh who are q.iahfied in char-
,,..,.,,,. ,r.u;ae it,,, oho.ar, aClTand ability 10 command the con
out protection, against tne cueap- , , , J . ,
' , . ,1 . . fidenca r the progr. ssive men 01 the
est labor in the world. As the South td thlfl wav th prejudice of the
great bulk of oar cotton is sold in , southern people agaii si the Re; ublic m
foreign countries, it would Seem to party can be aliased an i a l.ire
h nn ineonepi vahle sfnnidirv to publman vote will cant intiieS uth
nHrtv 1 1 hp m ntte r n f r nnni n f m ent h a liafl,l Kv P YA7 tl m o 11 -nna nroc raitiipoil
newsna-: K , , ., .7 , . "w,
I'finrse wnicn wi i resn r. in rne annn nr.- P . -..- t-r.r, L
, -r irnm .lit 10 .loo f.n H TOlirjL UI
Board adjaurned to o p. m.
Hoard met at 3:30 p. m. All present.
J. P. Stanly, Constable-elect of No, 8
the property of C. W. McLean.
Minutes adopted as read. Board ad
Last (iiti in Charleston Jl arbor.
There are several old ex-Confederates
iu our town who delight to recount the
many thrilling experiences they had
during the late war, and we have in
mind the preparation of a serios of
sketches of their reminiscences for the
bentfit of our readers. Few are aware
of the fact that Mr, C. J. Lockyer of
Hi.ving worked steadily at tlj bench
for over thirty years, I believe I can do
as good work as any watchmaker in the
COME AND SEE ME.
SAM. K. EATON,
Opposite Baptist Church. f12 dwtf
to him add in any way to the cost of putt-
: . ; ... ., 1 .... 1,1.. !,,;
of the ll,e, iL 1 u s1l-'i UJUUUIUU.
nat ;en and t he seem :
I t he peo
in 1392. if not sooner '
Gen. Harrison aske
down in the buck pn
matter over with him
! an hour, and when ih-"
I Dl ( ATIO.V.
The JurUN.il. unues its humble
effort with the masterful endeavor
of the "Wilmington St ,ir 1 11 behalf taxation
of education 111 .N. rth Caitdma.
"Let us hae n.oie and fietter
The tax dow levied upon cotton
ties is 35 per cent, which the cotton
planter must pav. Tbe Senate has ' hotel thv were emtvisnisti
oted against the repeal of tbe tax,
and the Senate bill proposes to in
crease it to 108 per cent.
There can be no defeuse of such
It WOUld be impolitic seen and h-i.rd Gen. li
even if the country stood in need have. They would shon
of the revenue obtained from cotton
ties, because it cripples n form of
h s c .-ilk-rr to sit
lor and !.i k the
They n rn 1 ioed
n turned to th.e
Sed don :
tjwnsbip. presented his official bond
whii.h was approved and he qualified this town, fired the last gun discharged
according to law. in Charleston harbor and but a very
IV t, n , 1;,,;,, n r,-,.--e of HinhiriB- short time before tho occupation of that
, . , . ... city by the Federals
.and. prescr.t'..d hi.! accounts which , , ,u
President I leveland could not do more
for us thn Gen Ilirriscu has prom
ised.' Mr Slops' said : "I wish the
people of th- south ccvil.i only hvo
-:? n as w e
They aent d isp-ifhe to I ;rmi'ii;ham
and Atlanta enying that t:-ir t exertion
education 111 Nort h Carolina," saj s production peculiarly adapted to very satisfactory. " "
the Star, and the Jr. krnai. echoes the United States. But in the (Jen. Harrison a.-k- 1 t -i-l.
present state 01 the Treasury, how tuv teit about ;!-... n ii..y
which is running' over with the told him they ere entKui -.Mi -.oly in
proceeds of excessive taxation, the
proposal lacks nothing ot barbaric
severity and obtusenesa.
we commend it to our
the sent inn-tit.
Theie is an opinion, pievaletit
ii Minie quarter-, :hat education is
n r beneficial to certain classes.
Taat depends on tiie k'nd of
education. The whole being must
b- proi erly educated. Ii the in
tellectual faculties are trained and
t-e moial sensibilities ignored, the
m.'tn becomes an accomplished
knave, and intelligent e is made the
anilhary ol evil and tiie associate
of Nice; but if the mild and
heart are don maied and illumined
b. immaculate truth man is en
n tled and the world made better.
North Carolina has most honor
ably met the demand-of
Ate Fire Dozen Raw Eggs.
Baltimore. Deo 17. James Rowe, a
raacbiuKi, last night ale, on a five-dollar
wager, five dozen raw eggi, includinK
tbe shelli, w.shiDg them down .with a
pint of alcohol. He afterwards offered
to eat seven dozen mora eggs witnoui Krpat mas-, of ti e
ihe shelli. but no one in the restaurant elp us. "
in which the eating took place would A11 ot lb9 delegation sgrc-e that Gen.
accept the cffr. Harrison a g;;o,i lisienrr. and al!
- agree that every th in: he said to thm
favor of proteciii'ii a- lam ilo.wi in tne
Republican platform of 133s: that they
waDted internal improvements.
Mr. W llnmsim sail: "Uur ot-p'Cti
to hav the Repubhc.n pirty
in the South that we an un
retain our self-resppct Wedon t want
to antagonize Gov- Foraker or Senator
8herman We exp"Ct ia btarthehos
ti itv of the extreme elements in both
parties in the movement we have be
gun, but we nope sua neneve tna. tne
merican pro p c will
ilea io-.vs ;ii'l Clove for examination.
After .-xamination they we: e reported
com et hi:d onchtrs amounting to
t'3.S 1 1 .0") were cancelled.
The clerk of the board was ordered
to notify the supervisors of roads in No.
2 township to ascertain whether or not
the public road authorized by the board
of September meeting. 133?, upon tbe
petition of Addison 1'. Whitford and
others, has: beeu constructed and com
pleted according to law, and report the
result of their investigation to the
board on the first Monday in January.
M. J. Watliius. having proven a good
character he w as granted license to re-
Mr. Lockver wa-i
accounts whica , miom(,, f f.,mf,,fo
1; li V7 KJ t VtIC .J UJ till, ui vu v J H"VJ u 1. ' u J
Commitsioners Mosquito tleet which d id such etfective
service durine t fie
which so much h;i
war. ana about
b". r. written .
Congress Di-cusses lhe (Jae-lion ol
Was'UNutj.n" Dec 19. Taia evening
indications are that an agreement will
hu reached tomorrow by the Senate
upon the question cf a holiday ad j iurn
ment, and in connection therewith an
agreement as to length of ,i, h-,u on the
Democratic Senators held a caucus
after adjournment this evening Liid
presented a proposition practically in
harmony with the Republican propoei
tiou, save ia the matter of night ses
sions, and upon that point the Demo
crats are firmly united in declaring
belief in their impracticabilitv. The
r L.t.ject is tdil jquors at his place of business in Republicans suggested a holiday recess
VT- and the 6tore owned by K. G. Mosley, oppo- ending on the t!J of January with a
.re u ana j - vote on the tariff hill on the l'th, or a
site J . 11. tiackburn s, l r one ve-ir
upon paying proper tax.
Allowances to the poor were made,
claims allowed and the board ad
jjurneJ to Tuesday, December 11th.
FHCCEEPINOS OF ADJOURNED MEETING.
Board conved on Tuesday. December
1 1th. All present.
The board announced it-1 leadiness to
recess ending Januuy
w ith a vote on
Viill l!oyo!t Robert KKm, 1 e."
Ci.f.vei. ni, Dec. 17. At a nceiit
meet of all the Methodist ministers iu
this city Mrs. Ward"j novel. ' Robert
Elsmero," was discussed. A resolu
tion was adopted no! to refer to it in the
HOW DOCTORS COSQCER DEATH.
D.-tor Walter K . Harumoud svs: "Ar-
tfr h lone experience I have come to the peat his
remiriis f) n ny bo.,
r,..l,,cw,n that twn-thirds of all deaths Tom pfe 1 r.s said , h -v, vi r "ei
i.nm enntrha nnrmuonii nnd consnmDtion. son told u-i that he invudt-i
mol,i h avnided If Dr. Acker's Enfflish : (hiDgs. to he the President cf the whole
common l-.emedv for Consumption were only cre - A merican people : th.it ho intend. d to
p , lul y use 1 in time. Tht wonaenai Kem- wipe out .Mortn nca aouiu. u ne cjui.i.
1 emaps no - . , A . aitivo rnran ee bv nnrt rlo all that he could to make the
State has done more. RCCOiding to R.'Berrr, druggist, New Heme. N. C. ' country united and homogeneous Fie
was in approval of their ideas, hut he consider the bond of Register of Deeds.
gave tbem strict injunction? r.ot to re- w rarnectp, r S. C. tendered a
J u d e
i!?: renewal of his official bond. M. Ilahn
son told u-i that he invudt-d . above all ten.iered his bond as hueritt. A. (...
Oitn tendered his bond as Coroner.
Wm. Bell, Constable elect of N
township, tendered his bond.
After examination of the
DO NOT SI FFlUt VO I.DVI.ER
Knowing thrit a i-'iu-h .-an le (lerkel in
ii day. stid the Sirs'. t;i:-es of c-'Dsuinptiou
broken in a week, w hereby gunrant-.-e
Pr. Ackers Unglisb Ueincdy for ( 'ensuiii.
tioi), and will refund 'he money to all
who bnv. take it as ix r di ecion-. and co
not find our statement correct. For sale
seveial 1 by R. Berry- druggist, New Kerne. N. C.
The Ladies Must Come I
The Gentlemen May Come !
Everybody" Come !
Ti i JiKK T i i K
Dinner and Toilet Sets
F.VF.K riloriillT lo THIS MARKET.
A Ml.;. LINK OF
House Furnishing Goods
t i r i ovi l iiii i- s
L. II. ( I TLER,
26 k 28 Middle Street,
NKW lll.itN K. N. V,
GEORGE ALLEN 6-CO
Ilovs, Harrowa, (til tl vatora.
Hoes and Axes,
Wood's Mowers and Iteapera,
Cotton liiiH nnd Presaeg,
Fet tilizers. Land Plaster, Kainlt
Mc bantcs TooN and Hardware,
Limo. Itrii k, Cement, Platter
Hair, Paint, KaUomine, Var
nish, Oil, Clas?, Ptitty and Hair.
Freezers, Itefrlfrerator. OH
Cook Stoves, Eureka Burglar
Prool Sash Locks, warranted to
jive security and. satisfaction.
PICICCS VEKY LOW.
GF.O. ALLKN CO.
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