., .1 . ' Jt
x i ib i ib i sa . imm in i obi i bi i iii
r DEPENDENT 1 1ST ALL THINGS.
Torm 4B.OO Per 1Tr.
XKW Hi L. CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, JAM'AHY Ml, 188D.
9!ona Oattiaxf aalr ti 5ro ani of
I i t : d . Ab'thim ltd
tU lits d iiM)trJ by atnal fona'
KiMWt, y. C, JU. 7,
; ; oirrri nckk.
( 1 . T I S't'rKR,
r. rr: m kl.
- - :
- , V
t ftbor ie we bJ "tor. -'. V
Iubu4 ioptl ih oM ftrsi lino ''
ktti v)ultKakbf f& pt kiad pUo el'.-aJ'-i us indoor
fbTMT Brtr, t Wf oonttBa.nc "f a for lh ta'.ur.v
W r prpri to Mtrt oof fr-..nl a4 f well nv; i with tonbl
500 bbU Htj V r'.
40 bb!. MoluwM,
25 bbU. LwillAnl' San J,
100 Wttt 014 fiskaho Tob-co.
100 tOM Kuait,
50O ktbU It. P. 0'j.
StiO VuWl WtrB Com,
'25 bi Alraoc PUi i,
100O diM Spool Cotton.
Aai garl $Ux't ot DKY GOODS K- ui1 1
ViEiiiMi wm visired by a ever
snow storm Sunday.
Tuk uteel craispr Atlanta in at
r tvciand for Hayti
Senator SiniJf lia. been 1 1 .
f-atrd in Minnesota by V. Ii.
' yh burn .
The (. S. steamer Vaddiilia left
Sjii Francicco Monday on ht-r
Edhond'8 PDAm:i Caniil reaola
lion m now before tb iloQs and
it i probable that :t will pa.s
Tns Kugh-ti GoverntueDt has
Ut IqIIv in formed of and nhart-s
in the Tinted S;ates Government's
vipw of wfTairs ut S.cuoa.
I.ord Salisbury's Utw: new,,
from Api is of m threatening na
ture Iu coU8eqQenc ol tbeno
advicea, tbe British fleet in thf
I'aoiflc will be increased iraruediiUe-
bv at leant two ixjwerlul vessels.
CrHEAT exoitement has been
CAQed at M idlotbian, Texas, by the
inking Dear the Union depot,
withoat apparent cause, ot
"A '. A N .' i
Of lj ( .i 3 t
ii. .i 'm' the t'N .icuation
lv ( t er in .in t hi' Ii rst
.t:i:red n i is
poleon, hi' is -'wrapped in the
solituilo of his own orig naliLy .''
We fear nothing from Jadge
the recognition of Samoa's right to in
dependence. Endeavor to prevent
extreme measures against the
Smans and to bring about a Uussell. His
peaceful settlement.'7 ; Domingo gongs v
However ardently this (lovern- 1 North mor- than i; .
meut may desire pace, the presence , Ilai rison. whatever
The Schooner J. B. Anderson Water-Logg-sd.
The scnooner J. B. Anderson, Capt.
W K always ei:;are an ojuniou of
N"e! irgihia atl'airs ith hesita
tion, but our
wort!.- I is
clear up tin: W'e-r Virginia will indicative or a belligerent spirit,
hive a Democratic Covernor and There is no telling what will
James Shepard, bound to New York
from Bogue Inlet with a cargo of 145,
00 feet of lumber, was water-logged
l.i'e-t :s in these of American war hi)s, at Samoa , preconceived opinion.0, wiil take
i.ow begiLtnng to wi" be accepted by Germany as warning, and pause on the banks
iting of San
'1 terrify the
; , :o sontn. 0 Ocracoke last Sunday and taken in
be hia tow by a steam tue on Tuesdav.
Don't Fail To Call On
Fluted Sratcs Senator."
I. AST Tuesday was a gr
for United States Senator.
"oke was re elected to the
from I'exas, ,!o;iii K. M
IroUl N e w .1 er-e , S he! Ii M
, ( 'ullom
from Illuiotn and M. W . Kaiisom
irtun North Carolina. .Mcl'herson,
B.niKom and ('"ke aie Demi crats
and CuMom is a Republican.
'TlIE con vent l m of ( 'on federate
pensioners in this State was held
iu Raleigh !a-t Tuesday. Two
hundred veteran-" were in atten
dance, and they "ill pet. tarn the
Legislature to ineiease the pension
appropriation." We tru-t that the
Legislature will listen to the ap-
u rnr Peal, and give the old soldiers the
of the Kubicon. lie dare not cross
the stream and build his fortunes
when Admiral Kimberly on his country's, . uins.
up aloDg side the German The troth is the world has diawn
men of war in the waters of Samoa. , the contrast between the South as
But last advices are far more it was in the reconstruction period.
werions than anything that had and the South as it is today, and away and she drifted during the nigiht
occurred previous to t he writing of no amount of paiti-au i.igeand
Secretary Whitney's instructions. ' personal madness can remand these
"The World has a special irom ' States to u territorial condition.
Samoa, dated 5'h
the "Gallatin National Bank" of New
York, and worth about 860.000,000, the
Twobleyg, also of New York, worth
about 815. 000, 000, and the Horbecks. of
New York, who represent nearly $20.
000,000; aggregating 8135,000,000.
ibese people are in every way able to
gratify their desires in almost every
direction, and having the entire world
to Belect from, hnva r.hnapn nnr ritv in
SpKtrlBn Rtonlion ITaoftnr.a a A rrt a mV, inli a J . U J . fT-UI- . 1
.D1..U1,0 0i nLll,u ttniwwn wiuwr. inn laeu flT O P"PT? TTT Q If T T MTTOTnVO
other of the crew arrived Thursday and j of itself speaks volumes for the climatic j "AWUXjAVAXiO a L n,UV IBlUaB,
from him we get the following particu- j n.a'nral advantages possessed by fj g par80ns & gon8 Boot
SEND Your ORDERS TO US.
We have in etock a Full Lin of
la re :
The Anderson w as in a gale all Sun
day, during which time the yawl boat
was lost. Sunday evening it was dis
covered that the vessel was fast filling
with water. The mainmast was cut
Monday morning about 10 o'clock Ocra
cofee liht was made. Attemnt was
made to b arh her, but the mainmast j pr0prty' but a' they have been lookiDK
Asheville over any other place in the
new and old world, and justly gives to
it the reputation of being the resort of
the Southern mountain country."
In this we concur. Asheville is the
resort of the Southern mountain coun
try. But it cannot compare with New
Berne as a winter resort. Many people
are here from the North, but they hive Snuff.
not seen fit to give an inventory of their
Penitontiary Boots & Shoes,
Also Shoos direct from the Boston
We are selling all grades FLOUR
from the Mills In Michigan very low.
Wealsojoh Jxjriliarfi and Oail Ax
S(,vtK FYont nt.. JVeu Bems.N. O.
Yours truly .
ABh' AND SOL 0ETTINGER,
4 . '
Havinfc boaght out the liat.re Stock, ot
y X. PaTTRKSox, I will continne the
bQj:aA at the sime plAce, and would
resjxetfaUj a -hare of the patronge
of th trading public. I b.iw complete
Ha, bat make spvciAlty in P THIN
ad BOOTS And SHOES.
VV. B FLAN NT. H.
r'li I III I" '
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' ;I -- t iNL,
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For Girls and Young Ladies.
Spring Session of 1889.
Opens January 16 th.
W Wrfl foe Ca1oii to
J08EPB K'N8EY, Principal.
M "FOR THE NEXT
We mil sell the balance of our Stock of
Clothing at Cost We wish to make room for
onr 8prlng and Summer Stock.
o:' territory '200 yards long, over
which rnu the Fort Worth and
New Orleans Railroad.
Ir is stated on trustworthy au
thorlty that the British Govern
ment has decided to nphoM the
treaty, by the terms of which
Earopean powers are precluded Irom
obtaining or attempting to obtain
dominance in Samoa.
The Star says: "Iiev. Dr. Haw
thorne of Atlanta, one of the fore
most ministers in the Baptist
denomination has accepted the
preaidencj of a new Baptist Uni
versity to b bnilt at Florence,
Alabama.'' Dr. Hawthorne is a
native Alabamian and his devotion
to ta State la wonderful.
The Soldiers Convention adopted
the resolution introduced by Col
H.l ol Wilmington, as follows:
r.esolvsd, That the committee of
the veteran soldiers of Noi th Caro
lina do respectfally bat most
earnesdy petition the General As
sembiy of North Carolina to add
five per ceut. to the annual tax
levied for the purpose of adding to
and extending the pension list of
disabled soldiers and the widows
of disabled soldiers.
Lh the discussion of the tariff in
the U. S. Senate last Monday;
Senaror George ot Mississippi,
presented some general observa
tions on the bill, first taking the
ground that "the bill which the
Senate was considering was not
the till that originated in the
IIoorp of Representatives, as the
Constitution reqmred bill to raise
revenue to originate. Technically
speaking t might be called an
amendment, but the House bill had
only been a j unsdictiouttl fact by
which the Senate has assumed con
frol of the outject." Correct.
Tn e C b a r lot t C hronicle suggests
and endorses Messrs. Alexander,
Jarviaand Waddeil for the railroad
eommiaston. It save : '-North Caro
llua ooght to have the services of
ex Gov. Jarvis, Col. Waddeil and
Capt- Alexander. They are all
able, honorable men in whom the
people have absolute confidence.
The present Legislature will create
a railroad commission. It onghr
not to consUt of oer three mem
tiers; more would bt- cu cuIxtso me."
The Chronicle correctly urges that
p.o (e-rter neleCtlons could be made
than the names of the three de
feated candidates lor the UuHed
Stares Senate, and Maj Hughes
would Oil the. bill exactly.
IT h as Deen al ways claimed that
the last charge of Confederate
troops was made at Appomattox by
Gen. W. R. Cox's brigade of North
Carol' mans. It is now asse ted
that while Cox's brigade fired ihe
last volly the last charge was made
by Major General Bryan Grimes'
division, composed of Cox's and
I'aniels' North Carolina brigades,
Cook's Georgia and Battle's Ala
bama brigades." This writer has
ten of the opinion that Battle's
largest pension consistent with the
tinanicial condition of the State.
"A ciKCt'LAK has been issued by
the Irish Parliamentary Fund As
sociation Ot New Vol ,
to lue i;:ert losing people of
America, asking their cooperation
and smpath to defeat tiie scheme
to destrov the great I;i-h leader
and apostle ot human rights,
Charles Stewart I'arnell." With
out expressing any opinion on the
merits of the "Irish (Jiustion,'
we trust that our countrymen will
make a liberal response to this
appeal. It would be a shame for
so heroic a man as I'arnell to be
crashed by the money power of
the London Times
Tin: Augusta Chronicle says :
"The Kiposition has within the,
past Hum t h at t ractei
ami forty thoo.sain
i'l.i 1 1 e
Apia, Samoa, dated o'h inst
which tells of the firing on the
American flag, ty the Germans,
their tearing it down and burning
it and making Americans prisoners,
Their homes were also burnt by
German men of-war and the U.
S. Marshal was stabbed."
If these things are true, -'the
war has actually begun." Geutle
men may cry peace, peace, but
t here is no peace.
could not give her sail
All things need rest. The great
Creator, after He had finished the
work ol creation, rested the seventh forced b .
day and hallowed it. The divine fearing that she would strike Diamond
Author of our being so arranged ShoaIs, she anchored in 11 fathom
the material universe that night water about
Towards Doon vessels at Hatteras
were sighted, and one attempted to res
pond to the signal of distress but was
Brick! Brick! Brick!
follows day draws her sable cur
tains around the world, and invites
to balmy sleep.
Our statesmen appieciate the
have p , j
the ail ar
progress, and 1
the great i it a
. i ;,e city, been
: e.r pluck and
!. im pact of her
a contributed to
z'.ng stream of ad
vert is: ng w h a h has placed Augusta
upon a high plane la-fore the woild.
The Exposition has paid Augusta
ten fold t.'r its .!i vostr
shown the pub!..-, am
t ll.it. h .IS I
for t -a e aii
C ALYI.V BKIt'E.
Calvin S. Brice, of Ohio and New
York, is said to cherish au ambition
addressed consonant with his plethoric pocket
hook. He wants to succeed Payne
Senator from uhio. It is said that
President Cleveland is interested
in the political future of Brice and
will do what he can iu a quiet way
to place the wonderful Ohioan in a
position to make a content for the
seat he craves. N. Y. World.
The World is a great newspaper,
but its attacks npon Mr. Cleveland
will not add to its greatness. The
above paragraph is sensational
only, and will deceive no one.
Mr. Cleveland is not the man to
use high position "';o place the
wonderful Ohioan in a position to
make a contest for the seat he
craves." But even if Mr. Cleveland
could be induced to prostitute his nationa
office, it would not be done to de
feat Senator Pauie. In an open
contest involving nothing but a
senatorial election totally sepa
rated from personal and social
environments Mr. Cleveland might
prefer Mr. Brice to Mr. Payne ; but 1 meat,
when it is remembered that the i (jur
blesseduess of rest. Absolutely men went up on the foremast-head and
nothing is being done at WashiDg- hoisted the signal of distress. Soon a
ton except such action as is inci- boat rounded tha point and about an
dent lo the dreary routine of of
ficial life. The Senate has passed
the taut! bill, but it will rest
hour after eunriRe was alongside. It
was i 6-k i CF manned by the following
pilots of HiUteras: William Gaskins.
Alphonso Willis, William A. Smith,
Nothing of national BeDjimiu Gaskins, James Styron and
importance will be done until the John W. Austin. The Captain and
ides of March comes to awake to wife, mate and crew, were all taken
for a suitable place for the establish
ment of lumber mills, furniture manu
factories, machine shops and ootton fac
tories, and have concluded to locate
here, we presume that they are modett
men of large means.
We rejoice at the prosperity of As-he- j
ville. It richly merits its distinction,
0 or 8 miles southeast of " every a.nuaan largely:
to tne treasure of North Carolina. W ill
the Citizen have the kindness to an-
the beautiful and progressive city of
Asheville that there is to be a winter COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
.exposition at iiew tserne, commencing
on the 19lh of February, that will rich
ly repay all its visitors!1 Nothing equal
to it has been seen under the sun. To
all who have the good fortune to wit
ness ii, it, win De a Deauty ana a joy
forever." New Berne will do the
handsome thing to all visitors, but she
openB wide her arms to Asheville and
Hatteras. FJere she remained during
the night, the Captain, his wife and
crew lashed to the rigging to prevent
beirjg waehed off by the waves. About
daylight Tuesday morning one of the
IV. P. BURRUS & CO.,
AND GRAIN DEALERS,
m:w bekne. n. c.
iT Consign us your produce.
inn d vvtf
or cilin to more
p'.e ot course
nt thev have
ashore but lost their entire effects.
Before reaching the shore a eteam tug
was seen to e-o alonfi" side the Anderson
SVe look hopefully, but not con- and take her in tow, it is supposed for
fidently to the luture. We trust Norfolk.
that the country will have rest. The Captain, wife aDd mate were on
Rest from political turmoil; rest their way to this city on a schooner
Irom sectional stnie; rest from the "ith these two seaman but meeting the
steamer eaglet were tanen aooara ana
went on their way to Norfolk. One
man and the cook remain at Hatteras
to take a schooner for Philadelphia.
Seaman Hastings says the Captain
and crew feel profoundly grateful to
the pilots of Hatteras who rescued them
and to the people for their
kind assistance after they had landed.
He Bays the people there think the life
saving force ought to have reached the
ever disquieting influence of "race
There is but one hope for this
rest, and that is the hope that
Harrison will address all the ener
gies of his administration to
ifVaits the revival ol
supremacy of the
on every sea, and
t 1 1 1 t V
the .- U I 1
ni n ; '
h o: Sm
, ent. It has
r ii ." n people
! untiling el-
t tie greatest
he equals of
m an d versa
' he efUf t of
s Line and
the magnificent structure. So let
it remain, and neither the ravages
of time nor the madness of party
; can obliterate its glory.
As it is mercifully ordained that
day with its
In conversation with a gentleman
who recently visited Sampson county,
we were informed that the poor of that
county are cared for, and well cared
for, at a cost of about 819 OtTper head.
activities succeeds It i done by me-ms of the poor house
... lJK Ij, irt tl.r.n nnir.c.tnin.
icnt with its re nose, so we trust
he party was disappointed in tiat the ria is dawning in which m' . . , . , .
renttc out every year but does vvry
trae- ion .
u ii ; m pi it.
i ' r r ol lu
ll ,i tieeu
eek 111 the
re at naval
d so 1 1 government
: u te: ft-1 ence
(1 o -V t 11 e
t re t o for e
. A i.fl
I I'Ui 1,-es
famous as an s ot t lit
battlefields of the world.
But what is the matter ! Sune
years ago Germans. Kngiarui and
the United State- made a treats in
which the three govern m en ts are
pledged to "protect the S.imoans
in their rght
Germans has violated tins treats
and is puisuiug England's method
in her acq u 1 s i ; ion ot semi bar -barioiis
termors. " 1 '. dies is
to mingle m a local con n -' 'et veen
tribal tactions, assist one party to
power and theu absorb the territory
as part pas for services rendered.
This is the processof annexation
as made apparent in Samoa today."
Acting under the pretense ol
protecting German interests, a
German force was landed "n the Calvin S
island and a battle ensued, in w
which a number of Germans were
killed A nntntwrot Americans
had taken si es ss .ih :he Samoni
ans and partn ipati d in i he engage
whatever else tends to place the Anderson Monday night. He also says
United States in the front rank of that Mrs. Shepard, the captain's wife,
nations leaving to the States the went through the trying ordeal bravely.
right of ft If govern
to O . -r. rt JJ-,
The greatest burden to Craven county
fathers believed that the ia in the trial and punishment of crimi-
Senator is the father of Mrs. states were competent to deal with nai8 and caring for the poor. Some
Whitney, the heroic defeuder ofjOCtll affairs, and, in erecting the mcaris should be devised to reduce the
the President and the bosom friend ! tempi of liberty, they made local cost in these departments, provided
of his peerless wife, it. is impossible 8elf government! he corner stone of . thpr are fOiciently and properly sus-
L"JUC11CCLUC II Ul HI OOLOICUICIU.
We are not of those who hold
Colonel Brice responsible f r the
defeat of Cleveland. An abler
man in command of the Democracy
might have given us the victory,
hut of i his we are not confident.
the amount of his contribution to . people of the Union will awake
tne national u.-mociatic ca m pal g n j t o n e w n ess ot lite, and t hrow into little towards supporting the poor. If
has ofren beeu asserted. "Bi ice's j q IDt depart men ts of labor the a good superintendent was employed
barrel didn't mateiialize ss or th a . lMleI-gV an d enterprise so peculiaily to lake charge of the farm it could un-
cent," wasasery emmon exp, es- AnieI u-an. Then will we have a oubtedly be made self-sustaining.
. .i t , , . u i . , , r Right here ould be a demand for the
siou just alter the election. -elunlou (1 States and a union of , r . ,
labor of thoao svho serve out sentences
do not mean to intimate that Mr. - hnrtu Kvers section will renew - -, j r j . .u u
, uearis. r-tiy BCl-l"m icuc.-. ln J;11i ancj are fe(j atj the expense of the
Brice is unworthy ol Democratic i lts 8trengt h and Irom a thousand county. If these prisoners were put
support because he did not pour figUs uf honorable toil bring price- upon the farm and the county commis-
out his money like water and "buy iefiS contributions to a common siocers were given the power to shorten
tloaters iu blocks of live;" but, pnnntrv their trms of imprisonment upon
wh.n a man is pressed! in- who can picture the future ol
sition on the ground tioc ... s try , orth Carolina with every impedi--...i
i ;.. ... ...... i . i i
"uu 10 "i"iiiuuj oc rueut to her progress removeu, anu in8tance, if one is sentenced to four
fortune in his .country 's service, he ; eVery incentiveltothe developmentof months' imprisonment in j ail, put him
ought to meet the expectations , ner powers in successful operation 1 on the farm and if he works and be-
Irom necessarily involved iu t he situation, j To prophet, though imbued with a 'haves himself let him be discharged at
Rnt uii.-Im rf tin- if Mr U 1 1 nu I c i -1 . ; . i. v . i ; the end of three or two months as the
..-..I.. vu.., .v (louoie poiiiouoi i.njdu n 5iiuii, ui
i i li . i ... . uuui l may uncut
I...C, u.ir-i,ir.i-i.il nn i hi. I i .it. j IK.. .. l :.!. T 1.- J
iii a otuiviiti ijiiiiiiuktiLiuiij t ucj q- OleCi WltU
nave beeu held iu reserve. He is
a gentleman of some culiure, a
politician ol some shrewdness, and
a railroad mau of acknowledged, THE
ability but, he has given the uuoatriotic a speech bv a Southern by ti.e county are able to do light work
world no evideuce of his states-! man has not been made,
manship. (since the reconstruction era. when
We trust that the Democrats of : the prospect of Federal office stimU
the Ohio Legislature have more ! lateal the eloquence of a number of
honor and manhood than to cast self seeking politicians of the
their votes lor United Senator for nujaller calibi e." This is in refer-
their terms of imprisonment upon a
certificate of good behavior from the
superintendent of the farm, we think it
would work to great advantage. For
Tf Via cerQrao niiKlfl
Isaiah s heaven lit . . . . ..
the term of imprisonment if recaD-
coual behold the Coming tured. IQ this way the farm might be
worked and made to support both the
: poor and the criminals of the county.
Baltimore Sun says: ''So Manj of those who are now cared for
The Ladies' Department of the Fair
Is under the managementof the follow
ing committees :
Com of Qen. Managers Mrs. Geo.
Roberts, Mrs. J. A. Meadows, Mrs C.
E. 8lover. Miss Metts. Chairman. Miss
M. M. Manly. Secretary, Miss M. L
Duties of this Committee Recom
mending and assigning duties to sub
committees; awarding special and un
assigned premiums; receiving and reg
istering articles entered for exhibition,
and recommending judges for the sev
Com. on Hall Management Miss M
Oliver, Miss F. Smallwood, Mrs. C. E.
Slover, Mibs F. Bryan, Miss M. TJlricb,
Miss M. Manly.
Duties Decorating and preparing
rooms for the reception of exhibits, lo
cating different exhibits, and directing
work of janitor.
Floral Committee Mrs. L C. Vass,
Mrs F. C. Roberts, Mrs. S. S Nelson.
Miss Jennie Hughes, Miss Bessie Whit
ford. Miss iViaude Amyette.
Duties Collection, arrangement and
general supervision of plants and flow
ers. Com. on Culinary Department Mrs.
Geo. Roberts. Mrs. C. E. Slover, Mrs.
John Dunn, Mrs. J. A. Meadows.
Duties Receiving and arranging all
contributions to this department. Arte
cles entered for premiums in the culi
nary department will be tasted and
Judging day in this dept Wednes
day, Feb. 20, 1889.
Com. on Art and Curios. Mrs. Reiz
enstein. Miss Nellie Jones, Miss Janet
Bollieter, Miss Metts, Mrs. R. P. Wil
liams. Duties Soliciting and arranging con
tributions to this department.
Com. on Fancy Work and Plain Seic
ing Miss F. Bryaa, Miss F. Small wood .
Miss M. Oliver, Miss M. Ulrich.
Duties Classifying and arranging
the various articles entered for exhibit
in this department.
SPECIAL PREMIUMS IN FLORAL DEPT
Collection of choice roses and book for
first and second best exhibit of plants,
Writing desk and glass set, for first
and second best exhibit of cut flowers,
Judging day for floral dept Wed
nesday, Feb. 20, 1889.
1862. EATON 1888.
HAS A FINK STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks. Jewelry
AND PLATED WARE.
I keep a larger stock of Spectacles
than any other store in North Carolina
I take particular pa his to fit them to th
eyes of parties needing them.
Having worked steadily at the benck
for over thir y 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
w it r ir.in -rr
The World Stands Aghast
AT 31 Y LOW i-KIOKH.
And wonders. How is it that I can sell
so much lower than any one else?
I'll tell you: I have determined to be
easily satisfied for th- canh, and WORK
FOR SMALL PKOI- IT.-C
My Motto is: FAIR DEALING.
Comn and buy from me. and you will
never regret it.
K. Fl. JONES,
New Berne, N. O.
The Ladies Must Cornel
The Gentle men May Come !
Everybody" Como !
TO SEK Til te
Dinner and Toilet Sets
EVEU Hlt(i!-;HT To Tills MARKET.
A I .Si )
A I I I. I. I. INK OK
H" 1 1 .- L J
lVO LE ITER.
Two leiers have lately been
given to the public which are re
markable productions. One is by
rhe Germans were defeated Oliver H . Dockery, late Republican
ence to a speech made by Hanson
of Georgia. He Is playing '-tit lor
tat," for if mere is any man de
spised in the community, in wnich
he lives he is tin man.
on the farm or garden. An acre in
garden vegetables properly cultivated
will support quite a number of people.
The present plan of supporting the
poor is not only costly but it is ineffi
cient. A pitiful allowance of one or
two dollars per moDtb, which is very
often spent at, a stoie before the vouch
er is issued, is very little help. If the
county had good comfortable houses on
The Veterang Organize.
The Confederate veterans met again
yesterday morning at Metropolitan Hall
at 10 o'clock as per adjournment, Presi
dent Carr in the chair.
On motion a permanent organization
of the Confederate veterans of the State
was formed by the election of Mr. Tt t1 i n j
Julian S. Carr as president, and Mr. W. j MOUSC I UmiSlling 1x0008
C. Stronach as secretary. The privi-'
lege was granted Mr. Stronach to em- i 1 l "'1"" I M KS.
ploy an assistant if he found it neces-
sary. lhe name adopted was tne uou- i I j I ( ! I I Ii l
26 & 28 Middle Street,
NKW IU KM . M I
federate Veteran's Association of North
Carolina." The following excellent
executive committee was appointed:
Col. W. F. Beasley. Oxford; Mr C. B.
Watson, Winston; Col. W. H. S. Bur
gwyn, Vance; Mr. J. F. Tuttle, Rowan,
Ool T C. Fuller, Raleigh; Hon. T. M.
Emry , Halifax.
Very flattering resolutions of thanks
were introduced and uoanimous y
adopted expressing the appreciation of
the convention of the eloquent address
es of Col. Fuller, Gov. Fowle. Mr Carr
and others on the nixht before, and of
the courteous and able manner in which
the president Mr Julian S. Carr, pre
sided over the convention.
Resolutions were unanimously udopt
t.a thoi-iWintr IhA piri7Mna itf T?liiuVi for
the farm, thise people who receive this, lheir bind bo8piuUty in entertaining
HOWARD & JONES.
threaten to ta
brigade captured the last guns and tlie 1;.iiiri( ln
fired the last shot, bat he has never
claimed suprior ment on account
of it, and, if the claim is challenged,
he cheerfally yields the honor to
the chivalnc soldiers of the old
tT, but they now candidate for Governor of North
e full possession of Carolina, aud the other is Irom the
utter disregard of pen ol Daniel L. Russell, late Re-
treaty obligations, and in gross pnblican nominee
violation of the laws of nations. Court Judge.
At the State Department and at Col. Dockery's epistle is a gar-
the German Legation there is con ruons complaint of unfair treat-
siderable anxiety and apprehension ment. His righteous soul is vexed
ng tne state ot a Hairs at
Mr. Carr iu hi- address at the
Pensioners' Convention paid a
merited compliment to General
Ramseur, The writer desires to add
his humble tnoute to this distin
guished soldier. Associated with
him most intimately during the
war, he unhesitatingly declares
little pittance could aiJ in cultivating
the gard n and raising chickens and
thereby obtain a more decent and com
We suggest to our board of commis
sioners to investigate the matter aod
e if the expenditures in th: se depart
ments canDOt be reduced and at the
same time made more efficient Per
haps it would pay one of the board to
vieit Sampson and investigate their
plan of operations. As tne county al
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Livery Stable.
will at once proceed
extend full pro; eot ;.
to A met lean ci t : ens
oil w id consult ss ;tl
I tare ieeiel TWO VlOl L GAU LOADS
vatek were m!mUI ej me ;c ! - J "'-
arehase X ial oat w ita rcust raea, a-J i'
4 ee. Will pica are 10 sho v . o ' sb-oih oj Stable n
road Street, -New Beine,
Over one hondred wounded
soldiers were present at the Con
federate Veteran Convention in
Raleigh. The veterans went in
procession to Executive office wnere to proceed
they were appropriately received Trenton, to
by the Governor and his staff, and
a party of young ladies. At 7:.)
the convention met with the Legis
hi'nre. I a accordance with ar
rjDgements, Col. L. L. Polk pre
sented Jolisn S. Carr, the presiding
oflicerof the convention . Mr. Carr
ws enthusiastically received and
ileoseied au eloquent aud patriotic
-;.-ecii Mr. Ctrr was lollowed by
i d. D C I-'uller who delivered the
address of welcome. At the close
of his remarks Col. Fuller intro
.rr n 1 Males, iluc-d Governor Powle, who, in
In tasking my turn, wa followed by Col. V . H.
D but good end Kitchen, Mr. C. B. Watson of
Winston, Hou. T. L. Clinginan,
Col. W. U.S. Bugwyn, Co:. L L.
Polk, Col. Beasley and Senator
W. II . Lqcas.
because of the wickedness that
compassed his defeat, and the mean
ness by which he was counted out.
If the people of North Carolina Human ingenuity seems to have
were as Col .Dockery pictures them, no limit. It is now proposed to
that the army of Lee had on its ready has the farm it ought not to cost
shiaintr roll s no name more worthy a great deal to put it in operation, and
of lasting fame than that of Ram
ii the right man is employed as super
intendent we are certain it can be
made- a success
the soldiers and the railroads for trans
porting them. A resolution thankmg
ihe ladies for many attentions and
kindnesses was unanimoualy adopted.
A resolution to exclude all from tbe
convention except those bearing cre
dentials occasioned a spirited debate,
in which Col. Beasley madi- an eloquent
and ringing speech crniing much en
thusiasm. Mr Fenton, on behalf of Mr Jos. li
Wheeler, a veteran old soldiei of An
son, presented to Mr. President Can
the ola fl g of the Anson Guards, whicn
Mr Wheeler had kept treasereri aa;
ever since the rurrender till this occa
sion Mr. Wheeler was sergeant of the
On receiving tbe flag Mr. Carr said
there was nothing he honored and
cherished more than a tattered banner
of tbe Confederacy, and waving it over
Secretary Whitney has ordered
Rear Admiral Kimberly, command
ing our naval forces in the Pacific,
in Unship, the the present would be a fit occasion protect our harbors, in case of war, the country was summer resorts. But, I 'nd'rentthelh- with scouts-til uh
Apia, m n. s instruc tor humiliation ana prayer, out wuu nre. cue naruors are to ue there ha been a chsme in tte situation airlv reverberated .
tiona the Secretary said: "You as we all know that thev are not as filled svith Petroleum, which, when and no the diesideratum is winter re-i Col McCloud , of Asheviile, who was
Winter Retorts. ! his head gave a shout, when instantly
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la the olden time the great demand of i otcijt um c.c.u . m.... H M aT1. ,.
GEORGE ALLEN & GO
V tf ricn II ii ' n i I in I- ' n c ii I H.
Plows, Harrows, ( uitiviiwr
tines and Awn,
Wood 's !V1 w ro and liHn"! (i,
tSt'.am I -ki nH.
Cotton Uins n ii I'n-Mc,
Ferti Iizer. I .and I'h-h Kimttt
MeCtlUIDCH ' i n.'il : ! .1 e-t a HT
1.1 me Urio .m i. l'lii!Hci
Hair, I'ainl Km- nn. o, 'ir
nish, oil, Ji.iss, - ni .il l llnii.
Freezorn, iteli i i .it - OO
Cook Stovch. I- ii.. .vi. r. m
Proof Sash I...M. i.humI m
tfive H-CH'"itJ a- l -- I !t.H lllitl
l'RI(li I l(V . i - W
i. ll,l I ' A i
Boot and Shoe (fiaker,
Pollock bt.- Newbern, N. C-
hut Mh FAI.I. i-TOOK
ii m i i ivi-il h nd he la
. i. li
lt, i. 1 1
FINE CUSTOM-MADE BOOTo AND SHOES
sh 1 1 led workmen. aU
to Samoa and he represents them, all hearts swell set on fire, wiil bum no or smoke sorts
-u and defense with gratitude and paise to the out the enemy. Many navy and
and property, great Creator for His wonderful army officers declare that it will
i t de American goodness. prove a sure defense, while others
Vice Consul, examine Ins archives Judge Russell is equally as regard it as visionary
and otherwise inl'oim yourself as to vituperative as Col. Dockery, and ticable.
AT the Democratic
the s : 1 1 1 a t i o
i iiro i i -.
h U ' 'J Ugal ol,
lie ll a' . S e
t ' s German
posit is e a
gos em men
s ,i -
. 1 1 1 1 s ' the
i v iolation of a
: and under-
Legisl.it i ve
is more revolutionary. He would
overtnrow me exisimg oruer 01 ca,icus Wednesday
.i- i.i .J: ll:
in ngs, ueruroue iriue ami luieiu jr,,-.un, iv,i,.io of tin i,ito r- i . , P, -j
6 ' Josepuus IJanieis, ot tne State Carolina is superior to Florida as a win
gence,and "give the negro absolute Chroniciei was nominated for State ter resort.
rule and control over the public rriDteri Congratulations to our
affairs of the Southern States." In
in the hall, was cat ed upon for eoib-
In the past Jacksonville, Florida, was j sbort riDting Bpeech. eliciting enthu '
the most attractive winter resort, and : i M a Lie appUuse. He made some valu-
thither the people of the North went able suggestions to tne association.
with their treasures of gold. After calling the roll of counties and
,, . , , choosing a chairman for each count"
But tie yellow fever has eerved an the conenlion adjourned Pm(f die.-
injunction od Florida, or rather on the j Newa an. Observer. Jan 24
public prohibiting them from going to .
Florida, and ip ie with surprise that the : AN AID TO THE execu tive.
people cf the North realize that North1 BaT-jN Rouqk, La.. Jan. 23 181.
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H iifl (1 h h ; H .
AH "lit- ii 1 n
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Well knwr. r
1 I'M'I Kb 'Ul
( 'iiM M l."' lis
i Wo HI 1 pr
ii i p 1 1 n
11 1 .
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:wt n :rtat lowers, private lile Jndge Kassell is repre
Mm rt'puent At: es of Rented as a gentleman. Id politico
To Mr A K HawkeK Dear Sir: I
The Asheville Citizen of the 22d has i
this to say: j y our Crystalizd Lenten. They com-
"That Asheville is growing in popu- j bine great brilliancy with hofuienH and
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i -a r h.
'tt 1 r i
i-st 1 inonlRll of th
k !h Ktilijoined from a
.in umiW" t ry:
N i H I'H M, S I ,
ct. 5Lh, 18KB
n hi; II m h pfti r of
k 1 ma le me two
ii.t: i in i w v - r h.i d
1 i . b i wen n ok
h s Hie ' h1
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I . I i H 1,1.
I .i i m ri v '1.ne.
;!,e Gem. ni and Lntish govern
mints of S"tii readiness to co
operate in causing ,,11 treaty rights Texas
to be respected, ami in restoring policy
o l d e i
EEFEERI"G to Judge Kusseli the
he is a madman. Fortunately his Y liming: on Mcs-eugcr say s : "lie
rage is as impotent as that of a prates of our 'In e institutions' en
bull in a prairie fire. The dangered, but he svould submerge
he advocates has no sup tbem beneath t -,e dai k, dismal -city." Mrs Moses Taylor, a leade
;u the basis of a porteis. As I'u.,1 o...d of Na- wave of nero domination.
, . t i -i- i- pleaBantnesa to the eye. mere than i.y
be denied. People are coming here who r
never came before, and the wealth of , I have ever foucd
the country is largely represented at 8 U McF ekv
Buttery Park this week. Among the !
several times millionaires now in this Goternor i.f Iminaim.
i ill Hf r..a r.,l h. .. r . ... , K.
TT Ul "IU
C1GAH? FOR SALE AT COST.
i a i s n ii lh. d
840 000,000; Mr. Gallatin, founder of 1 F. S. Duffy, New Berne. N. O. jl2jlm
i a large ftnek of
nin i for -m bvinff
-null n o". io lh. merchants
IUAliS AT i ()S' in .til rnv -trtk il
r .1 mi-. .1 1 'm-Ii ... '. I v"r
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