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I X I ) EPKX O ENT IaNT ALL THINGS.
Terms &Q.OO tlrx- "VJ
NEW BKL'XE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, FEBRLARY 7, 188!).
T4 CoertaraiD oerlofor miting
fluff n fTitTiifir air the firm oaue of
between David. Abnhim at
fM tab iT dtatolrW bj mutual eonr.t
KiiuUra. K C Jaa. 7. 1
AUK OKT T NCt KR,
or. rn mkk.
Brrug t akora notice we bo anr. u
lini aai aate adopt d ia old arm can:'
o continue in
aaJ vail laaakiif for
brMf urtMf. vw b a eooummr
W rwpar4 lo teXTe oar fr end an 1 ir
500 bbU. Maj Mr V -ik.
100 bbi. Ft.iar,
40 abb. MoIamov
23 bbr. Lortliari't Sua?.
100 boin Old fa?kho Toba.v
100 to ma Kainit,
23 bbl. Sttr.
500 baabala ft- P. ? i '-
- 300 baabU Wttn Corn.
23 bJw Alaxnan- Pla; d,
1000 da Cot' Spo.il Cotton.
J a arl tok of DRV C.OODS at !v
the put kinl pa iron a;- .-itenlri D u. and our
f ai ? r ;h- : I'.ov.
in i.-.- w.. .r: .i i wilt tcaao&aD.
The popalation of Texas is esti
mated at 2, 600,000.
I Mrs. JugiPH Caamberlai is
popolar in England.
It ia reported that because of
Cabinet disagreements Bayard or
, Whitney will retire.
THE Samoan affair grows more
aerioas. If Germany contiaaes to
frowl at us we sh.11 call very loudly
JuHN M. Claytox, of Arkansas,
brother of the once noted Powell
Clayton, wu asaiiasinated by nn
knowa persons last Sanday niht.
A Gkoboia college president
wantinu to teatify to the moral
excellence of a student said: "I
tell you sir, he don't know an ace
from a spade."
"THIHK is uow uo doubt that
Iord Sackvllle is fo go as Pntish
Ambasaador to Turkey. Ttio Sul
tan will like him, as he is a li.ircm
BkCLaxgeh's majority in the
Department ol the Sciene is l.'rf-.
The Freo:h Ministry resigned, but
President Curcut refused to accept
V- a ay
Thk health it i he Pope coutinues
to decli ne.
Wk are glad to report that St-n-at-or
Vance is : t : 1 1 on remark
TlIH Ar-k.msa- Legislature has
re-elected James K. P.erry to the
United St. i-.es Senate
A man in New ( )ilc. uis d.td of
eating matches. Mo.-; iiien t.ike
their hr i mston e I. it t. r.
Bi.aink is nervd .s. lie is afraid
the Samoau afl.nr will be settled
before he "takes a hand at the
"Mi's T (Hi: jii.r:i t,'o ,i:and!"
asks the New Y.'i!-- World. Cer
tamly. Who wants a worn in with
out arm ?
Thk political ."r u.i' :o;i in Fratue
is of a ver critic .il characti r. and
a revolution u.a '. there.-ult at
any mom en t.
"CiKX. P.-nilatiger ieceied moie
cordial treatun-ii: from the voters
of Paris than ,1 aoei :;es. th.- itipieiir
manu lac; urer."
"Benjamin I1ai:uis n will be
"ij 3 ears, ' moms and 1 1 da s old
when he is inaugurated Pre;dont
of the I'nited States."
A MEMIiEK of the l. ature
r I ne 'ittzeii
o a'oi;-h the (lev il ;s
SEMTOIl VANCE. age. The Intel lor
To a Norm Caroliuian, there is not much behind
magic in the name of Vance. i Department in th.
From the time Zdbulon B. Vance : character vi' the
( entered the public bervice of t he j under its control. ;. ::
'State to the present hour, ( MiHCr would grriu.l t
he has steadily woa the ' infinite satisfac'ion
respect, the confidence and expectant followers.
(he afiection of his people. Bui
never has Senator Vance appeared satisfy the ambition of any ordinary
grander than lie does cow; uevei mortal, notexc ; 'ing William Max
was sympathy so blended with well E varts himst
admiration as it is at this moment We do not see that "New Vi.uk
in the sick chamber of North Caio- is to be relegated to a back seat m
Depart met, t is
i "I;'. Warner
hr:a o;i tO the
o! a host of are thousands of acres of swamp lands,
A IlaiUvad from Wilmington to "ew Deslin in Futnres.
I5crne. Raleioh. N. C, Jan. 28, 1889. The
i- . v in t:.t- Nashville Argobaut. bill of Senator Williams, of Pitt, in re-
The territory lying between New ' Krd to futures, is attractin(? a great
Feme and Wilmington, embraced in ! deal ol attention. It was Jaid on the
the counties of Craven, Jones, Pender. 1 members' desks today, with a favorable
Uueloiv and New Hanover, ia one of the report from the Committee on Agricul
most fertile in North Carolina. There
Don't Fail To Call On
SEND Your ORDERS TO US.
We have in stock a Full Lina f
in eii r of .1 n st i ee h il s i i. on f' 1 1 mi i r fo ar also lart'p boiiics of nnlpnHiil timhar I
irtndp. in which the 60und of the axe
Una's peerless statesman.
The news that flaslu d over the
wires, on yesterday, announcing
that "Senator Vance today had one
ot h is es es re moved,'' sent a thrill
of anguish through ten thousand of the Pr
heaits, and, as the shades of eve- electoral vi
the new administration. nor d
we see that she is to have a pi sc
at t he ( 'abinet t able at a!!.
The World continuing .-,;
"New York was the battle gtoutu
-identiai election. It:
e w ;!1 :n '.! Cr.-n. liar
ning gathered aionnd his bed, ris.on President. The St. ite contains
nravers arose from family altars, one tenth ot the population and an
TEeTBerguer & Engel
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 U2iaU3TI0SA3LY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
ts are en
"ine plan by
It u now contidently asserted
toat Blaine is to be Secretary of has introduced
State, Allison Secretary ol the court hou.-.
Tfknenrrr Wanamoksr HlTfirr S a : "A 1)1.
ol the Nary, aud Alger Secretary next ;n order."
of War. Demih katk Sen.it
"Now comes the report that Sir deavoring to arrange
Julian Poanceforte leen offered which action can be had on about
the English misaion to Washington, four hundred Pre.-idc n'la! nomtna dangers
Ponncefort- will be more acceptable tious, which are now hung up.
than Sackrille, whoe forte is not Six thousand street railroadmen
diplomacy." in New York city rein
CHAEIJLS Puk e, of Boston, says cars last Tuesday. T
that twenty yeani ago a Harvard walking" and -lo id
graduate, didn't know the difference the streets and sid. w.;
between a aloop, ar cutter and a We regret to see it
catboat, and now it is the only John T. Patrick. Es..
thing he does know. of Immigration, in
GE5. Felix Aous says that admirable report fore-hadows his
'next to beinz President, the best early retirement from the public
Tf ia Viro-OTPfl fmm the finest Pale Canada thing m life is to be an editor." He service on a.v
M h Aw9 W I w
all over this land, that Heaven
would streugt hen and shelter him
who had so often been the shelter
and strength i f his people.
The recital' seemed incredible.
But it was, alas, too tine. A lew
days ago Xebulon B. Vance stood
in the Senate, the matchless ex
pounder of the Constitution and none tit ad. in ;!
the acknowledged champion of the tion V
National Democracy. No one These ti uths,
dreamed of his oh vsical condition as by the World,
his resistless thunderbolts fell upon
the head and front of ojpjsing
Oh, how his people love him !
Love him because of his intrinsic
manliness ! Love him, for the
ho has braced and the
battles he has won. Love him,
because, in the hour of extreme
suffering, his noble spirit rose
superior to physic il agony, and
shed new luster oi-a name ttnmor
Oh, how Vance will be missed in
State Agent the Senate !
equal shiire of the wealth of the
Ccion. Jt.s metropolis is the
financial and bus ine-s centre of the
country. At tin- p--it per cent
of the foreign trade is handled.
Why is the Empire State the
State of Evaits, Iliscock, Piatt and
Miller to be g;
ture. Toe text of the bill is as follows:
A Bill to be Entitled An Act to Prevent
easily drained, which are equal in fer- ! the Buvine and Sellins of "Futures. "
tility to the lands. of the Nile. There The General Assembly of North Caro- GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
s??weinaCTha th ,.!, na n. C S. Parsons & Sons Boots
has scarcely been heard. And yet for i0fr of ODtions. and contracts for the .it C.
want of facilities for travel and fntr...inP r,r uuuul"
transportation these magmfi :ect lands corn, wheat, oats. rye. meal or lard. Penitentiary Boots & Shoei.
are undeveloped, sparsely populated gball be unlawful, unless the price for A , ,- . , u r .
and almort unknown. With a railroad which said articles, or any of them, are 'so Shoes dir,-et Horn the Boatoaj
traversing them from Wilmington to to be delivered shall be p-iid to the sel ra0"es.
New heruo this part of the State would er by the purchaser at the time of the ,rn umT, 'V I" LOUB
eeome the Harden spot of North Cfcro- ; consummation of the said contract frov?th." M" " I" M ','''' T" 7ynlj?
i.i.a fr:e lands owned by the Mat-' Sec. 2. That every debt (in whatever o r 11 J ' Ix.ri.lnrd and Gail 8c Ax
could ho put on the market, go into form, bond, note, or account, made or
(rivate hi.nds and become taxable ' contracted in the sale for future dliv- ROBERTS BROS.,
property. I his paper is carefully noting , ery of the prod ucts or articles mentioned s..r. y-ont Nw Bern 19 O
-" i iu section one nereor, ana every aebt. i
wer,, imni-r-uii "ro eiiierpriae, any- note, bond, or account arising out of
where in the state, tending to develop any such contract or trade, shall be
iin ri-fo-jrra. Vv e commend with great ; utterly void and non collectible by the j
p.--asure the enterprising spirit of the j law8 of this State.
WeFt which is pushing its railroads) Sec. 3 That all sales, or agreements,
over almost impassable mountains, and ' or contracts whereby one person ac
penetrating its rich and fertile valleys, j quires a right to buy, or a right not to
but we are especially concerned in the j buy, at or before a certain day. at a cer
growth and prosperity of Eastern Caro- , tain price, any of the products men- i
lina. e are sorry to see so little en- tioned in section one of this act. shall be
u-i prise tne east, nere is a territory ; unlawful and void, and all debts con
which. if properly developed and im- traded in such transaction-, or arming
prove.) . would produce more than the directly therefrom, shall he ia ar.d
entire trans mountain North Carolina. I noncollectible.
and yet with the largest city in the! Sec. 4. This act shall ho in force fr m
:a:o on cue side, and the "Athens of and after first dav of May, 18S-0.
."Orth Carolina" on thn other, it re-: " . .
n a back seat, or mains isulal.-d, cut otf from the world. : A tn ('!. fmm in..
Brick I Brick! Brick I
U e w
lilmiii'stra- ,'ln'J almost unknown. Is the conclu
sion not inevitable that these places are
wanting in enterprise that their citi
) Weil expressed ZiJns have mt the snap and push neces
. . iary to business success? Build a rail-
l.ae impressed ruaiJ tlsrouli. this territory and crivn
t heriiftl ves ou (ien. Harrison. IK- the people iea'dy access to market, and
it would soon nil up with population,
and the increase m the products of field
observing events. I le has especially and forest would astonish the sleepy
I.., V ,.'.1 in, nr,u.l tl, 'n-'ue -nags oi me two cities.
has been reading history and
ident on the Samoan A Hair.
WASHr.MJTON, January 30. The Pres
ident today sent to Congress additional
correspondence relative to Samoan af
fairs, accompanied by the following
To the Congress: I had the honor on
the 15th instant to communicate to
your honorable body certain corres
pondence and documents in relation to
affairs in the Samoan Islands, and hav
W. P. BURHUS & GO.,
AND GRAIN DEALERS,
N KW HEItN K. N. V.
C-iT Consign lis your produce.
read t he o: at and noted
career ot Uiuver i.e eian.r. lie mt
has learned that When Cleveland V f y,U 8De CaD commander of the United Statenaval
be if her peon e are tonal to the nwi. i . -
tn form ) is ' iliinet h e m n . e .... .... . i vessel n ipsic, in tnose waters, l lose no
r" l:' lf'V'f' , lll5,DKton ould be th9 . j 8jnce received further dispalcheH
propolis of the State, and a great im- frm ,ha v7,a rDi t a; a
i . tu b u , .vo uunu i oi spin nuu i-uo
-. .I to run the
here was "tall
Iks that day.
Navy. Tin', subsequently, when
Mr. M.iui.ing resigned the Secre
taryship of t he Treasury, President
lime in laying them before you. I also
transmit herewith the full text
of instructions from Prince Von
Bismarck to the German Minister at this
i capuai, wnicn was communicated on
1862. EATON 1888.
II A 8 A FINE STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks. Jewelry
AND PLATED WARE.
- V, rt t U A iff! f W
and Laazer Hops, and wh0) la a ci.,g9 ot tw0, boasted that
he was next to bead.
Fkom all parts of the State come
gratifying press notices of .N'ew
Berne's approaching Fair. In be
half of oar people we tender grate
ful thaDks. The Exposition will
richly repay all who will attend it.
'Bob I5GBKSOLL has been
West Barley Malt
highly recommended for its TONIC and NTT
Tfc reputation en,o;cd by BP. UC N V-li A: EN'QEL
XafPA2iT b d" to the (ju.:t th: only the FINEST AND BEST
af ATK&IALS ax UAe! and that the greatest SKILL ami CARE
tr ezrela4 daring it maanfactafe. Jy dwt
Bear - A d n I "
now i i : i r g !
the au; hui ; ' i1!
in the wate; i
(lev Kit N u T
will be at the
staff. His Exce
ceived with ho
!:; .i r.ioler
;. . ! . . N .
::i a : n' a; n ing
S i m 'an Is-
tv i rr" ,
Tr i- rrr.ififvincr to tnow that let 11 a 1 S l tie l ccor u s oi l u e i I easur
i i. w . v. .. fc - -
Senator Vance stood the operatiou. an(1 'avy Department give evi
by which the ee was removed, , deuce ot the wisdom of these
rama.L-jl.lv w-ll Hlol t ll 1 t llMaSt A P PO 1 U t HI C i i t S . I I ' 1 1 W 1 1 .1 T II il
... i i , ) -r , 1T '
he was resting comfort- oi iieseiana. r ne nwai sas.
sion. but when we see her ailowtbisl
Mr. Manning, ol New York, Secre- territory, which, if opened up, would
r , ... , .. pour lich tribute in her lap. remain
tary of the 1 i easury. and Mr. W hit- without railroad facilities, it weakens
of New Yoik. Secretary Oi tho our faith
- s. - ' . . i oawiLai . wilm. ii w mm ii i i i i rn 1 1 1 1 1 1 h rn -...-. .w, . m
ouht to be h r,l -ce of five times its 1 a ternD 01 tbe ,th ,nBtaDt- Ib'8, 1 ke( a larger stock of 8pectaol
preseC "p H.uIanou and business but BPPeaf8 ' be aD amPllticat'on of prev.- than any other store in North Carolina,
presec population and business, but 0us telegraphic instruction on the same I take particular nnins to (it them to tha
she alwavs seemed to think that having ,- .. i ,t, n u .u 1 parui uiar pains to in mem to lorn
k... .i. ; . ; . u . .u . r.u... channel, communicated through the 1 eves of parties need na- them.
Cleeland appo.uted, a his SUC- o orth Laroona juruprudence was , forth jn a no't(, of the Secrelar; of Having worked sU-ndily at the bench
cesser, Mr. Tairchild, of N'ew York, f'0".- 'V 1.! I State to Count Von Arco Volley, Cer- foi ovl" thlr-v Tears bl?eve I can So
was I as good work as any watchmaker in the
. e -
ably, and that all danger was past.
Every hour will be filled with
intense solicitude until the happy
day when it can tie said e f the Sen
ator, "Kit-hard is himself again."
"Seven times m
Democ; ats have c.i
i l ied No w Y'ork.
r. sa s
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
tk" - . m i in m h
black-balled in the Players' Clab on tained as beeom.
account of his agnosticism. lie cntieola gr.-a
was proposed by Edwin Booth." A cahi.k mi
Poor Ingeraoll ! Not even Booth's yc: Parliaiaei
eadoraement can make agnosticism King Humbert.
carTent in theatrical circles. said: Italy :i.
Do theatres corrnpt t That de- for peacle.
pendi opon what is on the boards, which I cai
and who is there to see it. 'o place us."
is eqaaily good or bad to all per- at 1' o'clock la-t M
sons. Some people draw good the time for tie ari.va!
from every thing, others flDd good gers toearing the eh c'oral votes
States to the Presi lent pro tern
Telegraph messages have an
nounced that "the French elections
on Sunday resulted fft the choice of
Geo. Boulauger by a yery large
majority. The vote, was an uuprc
cedented ore : the press variously
comment on the significance of the
result, and in consequence of the
victory the Ministry tendered their
which ail d,s:ie, and resignations but President Carnot
d. , hire w be kent bv decliued to accept them."
tv i . i tic re-
rs. and en'er
to- ort hy ese
:n ino'i weal t h.
j" from K mil'
Was opctied by
a his -i-eech he
Hi'::. ne to work
pasrin the apex or a grade. J,et the
n-come husmees mn and capitalists of the
cities wake up. and push to a successful
conclusion this important enterprise.
.-iua the We are prnudof the grand old Htate.
and desire :o s-e evr rv e etion of the
This vear tiiev elected every candi- progress.
date on their State ticket, i)ul lost c. , . .. ,
biDC ttiiung tne abovs cn a railroad
the J'rcxiilrncy, riinpty throwjh ti from Wilmington to New Berne, we see
drftction t'rom tin if Xational can- Hie foil. .win in the Wilmington Mes-
senirer which we copv :
didate." It this showing does no "If the several projects of the Atlan-
drive Harrison from all thought of tic Coast Line people, the promoters of
... th" Coast road from Wilmington via
giving New Yolii a Iront seat m 1:1S j.lck;,nTn!e. New Berne and WashiDg-
Cabiuet. what can'' ton to the Albemarle sound, and the
,,.'., . , , , to people of Goldboro for their road into
Taking it lor granted t hat Lla.ne, 0n.lmv phould develop int0 accom.
Wanamaker and Alger have io- pli-hed success. Eastern North Carolina
, , f , , r- would be well supplied with needed
ceived "portiol.os, a ery railr03(i facllili(.B Xhe eection8 of
serious delect ill General Harrison country would develop and instead of
or,.i ib, .f is '-in utter one enterprise conlhcticg with or
iu wummgion. Kiving ntr access 10 to.i, ;..
Jeep water, aaded to the shippmg ai ioi hf, n ' i. I ...
facilities she now has, she would move .," , ,i.. j ,T7 . w
oir with a jump like a train of cars after Ifjaanftr to infnrm vmi . y'yjMr- A M
Monday, 28th iDstact, on occasion of i Middle street,
the communication of the note of Princo Opposite Baptist Church. f12 dwtf
LOaDcenor, trie iaeoretary or state was
given to understand by the German
Minister that a proposition from his
irnvprn mpnt. t.n thnt. nf tha ITniiail
i -.rp with the march of j States, for a conference on the Samoan
! a v n :
. A . I
For Girls and Young Ladies.
Spring Session of 1889.
Opens Jannary 16th.
Writ foe Catal.Tia to
JOSEPB K1NSEY, Principal.
FOR THE NEXT
i e V
3 : .
7e will sell the
Clothing at Cost
balance of our St
Welwish to make room for
Thk report comes from Iondon the Senate i xpn e
that William Walter Phelps has had reported to
written to a friend in that city to except Florida,
secare for him a large housa in y Mr. Harr,.-
Groevenor Sonare. The inference Southern man a-
is that Mr. Phelps eipects to be vore bribed, he -e:
Minister to England. them by g:t:
Ft'ETHKB testing of the Zalinski scneme
gnn confirms the belief that it is a other, a
practical and trustworthy as well honorab'.
i at terrible weapon of war. At Journal
j !,(' yards range and less its
1 accuracy is eatablisned. The gov
ment requirements, it is thought,
1 have been more than met by the
-Mb. WanaMaKEII, his estab
lished a prita at Princeton College and the confidential ir;en
lor the junior clasa to be given to Pral Robert P.. Lee.
' the man who passes the best exam Hi N. Ai i kkd II. ('
r 1 1. galls
n cannot bribe
h a sale a t he
are i ijually a
s v i I ! e ( curler
TI.q Lirovit hju ncvpr snokeii
iuc r he I;j
slightingly of Gen. Boulanger. e
have constantly looked to see his
star m the asceudant. Had he
lived in Germany, Russia, England
or America, h:s foitunes would
have been d.flVrent. He is as
peculiarly suited 'o France as fiuits
aud tlowers are to the tropics.
II w he will sustain his elevation
damaging another, all would naturally
help each each other, in that they would
all together 8ti-nulate a prosperity bene
ficial al ike to themselves ai d the several
sections cf the State penetrated. With
all in the field, each euterpriie is worth
doubk- i!.--eif alor.e.
WASH I'(i ! O.N AM) VICINITY.
G. Ramie v. jr . has gone into tusi- I
riHSs at the Wiliard store. I
.r. 13 Kugler of this town, killed
recently a hu,
G22 pouri'i s.
rilled the v.-,;ti r courses ana woods in
e y o u ( 1
.1 ; i Ve
the bou tuls
( '.inject Hi e .
. ' u . e n po:i -o
' - to
our Fair. A
arn.y of Nor:
t it 11. r a ; .. it , ( I
s e pec ' e , I to attend
I old soldiers of the
ern V ; i g : :. .a re mem
ber him as the popular ami efficient
Adjutant General of that army.
I. ,'fl IT,
Boulanger repudiates ti.e oitcu
repeated accusation that he i an
enemy oi the Republic. He would
rescue France and save the Repub
lic. How T
We must wait for an answer, but
the waiting will not be long. Stir
ring events are just ahead, aud ail
Europe listens lor the first notes i
the Boulanger quickstep. It i.e
moves towards the temple of Mar-,
neither prophet uor seer can fore-
ination on early and Shakespearian ruited States Senator :rom Geor- tell hi. destiny. But, if wi.th rev-
j English. If w anamakercan bring , bas beeil 1Uv:tcd
himself to consider his personal
j needs he may ofTer a prie for the
I best eeeay on Poor Richard's
(proverb "Honesty is the best
Stock of pj1,cv "
The Wilmington Measeuger says:
"In view of the fact that fully
iuir iuui mi ui iijc iiions ui uui fjer to a tew v,ct
weekly Transcript Messenger are boam ,)jr;aus
oar Spring' and Summer -Stock.
Exixisition that opens to re on
19tb. Senator CobpiPt ; one ot
the true.-t and best inon ::i the
Union, aud all North 'arohnians
would be glad to welcome inm here.
THK World sa s: i':.e Sui'hern
hnirili'Ki miv h ! o S.-n i: or ' n in
ci.e;.,' t lie Ii ldi'
; the G i an 1 1 e
erent step., he leads to the temple
ro .liistiee. the very cods will
,! hisstaudaid andoidainhis omnipotent nor omniscient
cor Oi a tion.
disregard of high moral character
in the members of his Cabinet.'
Blaine is an intellectual giant, but
the t.rtooed man." Wana
maker is a man of great business
sagacity ; but, he gave a hundred
thousand dollars to "the corruption
fund" of his party. Alger is an
intelligent, vigorous and thriving
lumberman : but, he sent his "bar
rel" to buy "tloatcrs iu blocks of
Mr IIti:;-oi: should n spec: the
moral sens,, of t.ic coautiy. mnl
call to his rememberarov the in
spired declaration. " Right ei.usnt ss
exalteth a nation, but sin :s a re
proach to any people."
"THK FA ID' KK'S Ltd I Nl.A 1 I ID."
We like sporr. When lightly
taken, it is health Li! and invigorat
ing. Our farnx rs are too sji.-ib!e to
take o tie use at a l.ttlc fun at tin i i
expense. There is no intention, on
the part cf the newspaper p.-e-s of
the State, to severely nllect upon
them, but simply end pleasantly to
remind them that even farmers, and three Superior Court Juages since
. - r the war.
albeit they are at the loundation of Mirriei nn Jiq 23J by Q n p
all material prosperity are nether Tankard. E-q., at the residrnce of the
bnue . 1 -itner, Jil :s3 Margaret oolara
subject, was on its way by mail, having
left Berlin on the 20th instant, so that
its arrival here in due course of mail i
can be looked for in a very short time.
In replv to an inquiry from the Secre- ,
tary of State; whether the proposition ;
referred to was for a renewel of the I
joint conference between -the United
States, Germany and Great Hritain.
which was suspended in July, 1837. or
for consideration of Samoan affairs o!i :
not'O, the German Minister stated his '
inability to answer until the proposition,
wnich left Berlin on the 20th instant. !
should have been received.
I shall hereafter communicate to Con- j
gress all the information before me in j
relation to the Samoan status.
Washington, Jan. 31. It i under-;
stood that Consul General Sewall. hO
has been detained in Washington some
time by the 8enaie Foreign Relations j
Committee, expects to leave here Fri
day or Saturday for Samoa
Secretary Bayard was this evening
The World Stands Aghast
! AT MY 4-OV, I'KICKH.
And wonders. How in it that 1 can sell
so much lower than any one els?
' I'll ud I y ou . have determined to be
easily satisfied for the each, aud WORK
FOR SM ALL PROFITS
! My Motto is: r A I K DEALING.
Come and hay from ri e, and jem will
never nvret it
in a j.-;.-
shown a dispatch from Auckland. I
stating that Germany bad given notice
that all vessels arriv ing at Samoa will 1
be searched for contraband goods He
says the department had today received
J. ' . f I I- 1 I.
which weighed about' uPYa ' um oonBUI
I statiiitf that war had been declared
and hard rains, have been proclaim, by the German Consul
at Apia. He did not know whuther the
state of marital law referred to in
K. R. JONES,
Ni L.erne, N. O.
M. L. Wed more has f eluded aU of Samoa or oaly Apia. The
J other wi.-u im proved Senate spent four hours this afternoon
iin consideration of the British extra- ,
i:i having some new dition treaty, but adjourned, leaving ', Tl Ttrtpr aild Toilftt. Sfit.S
oi)-. e j
y. --rs Fowle ; Son keep their lit 6till pending
Thu Lad c, Must Uume!
The Geutlt me., May Cone !
41 Even body" dome I
i ( ) :v. Tin:
ei-sels in iro&d order. AUCKLAND, January dl. Advices
Cape. Wm. Sabir.on of the schooner ! 'rot S,amoa etate that the Oerman of
G . T. Iirowning. is rnlivenicg the 1 ficlala hae given notice that all ve ese Is
-hinele market in this town. 1 ttrnv,uK luBr " " 1 UK
Cipt. A. W
'. flu ennfrohonrl rf vcav T"hftr liJVP
Styroa is handling large i H,innrpf,HPli ,u Saman Times.
A passenger on the British steamer
quantities of lime this eeason, much
.. t. ill
moie UKin lsusuanj boiu neru. Wainni ilm vi.itml Mmmfj's camti
Ti.eJ. it W. II. R. is said to need ajwa8piaced under arrest, but was sub-1
n- w engine and much repairs on it; we : eequently released in compliance with
know the traiu is often behind time. the dema d of the British consul.
The y. L Infantry have received A proclamation has been isued plac- i
overco.its. and turned out recently with ; ing the Apia police force under German
ilii-m on: they iook well and comfort-I control. i
rttle Mataafi's followers cumber six thou- j
rr.. l . U.. I
Washington can boast of having been j "ana. iney are sirung.y r .urU,
the home of three Supreme Court Judges
and other Siimoans are rapidly joining j
Upon arrival of the steamer Rich- j
mond she was boarded and searched by i
the Germans. !
reasouanle to expect
1 nn.-.i .1
lint . non, . do r.onlanp-ei becomes 'llluuu'
"i-i . r . 1 .;.. ,e,,.,.
progress 01 ine iicm'iiii.im.uuh
HOWARD & JONES.
T W. STEWART,
Sale and Livery Stable.
the good pcpJe of that jwrtion of g. ulU we have no idea that
rlaatera North Carolina of which
1 Goldboo Is the center, and realiz
ing that on ecount of its remote
ne the papr most gradually loe
miuy of it old friends and patroni
tecaaaa it has not txen able to
do italf and ita reader ja-tice in
the way of otvi geUjerinf, we
have decided to pabfi&h the weekly
edition iimnltaDeoasly in two edi
Hons" one from Wilm ngton the
other uam Goldsboro.
The World sayr "Mayor Stew
art, of Teia, ha come to New
York to secure md for the mainten
ance of hn llorae for ilained Con
federate. The men who lost their
limbs in tt.e war against the Lnion
hae no benign government to call
upn. According to malevolent
('ol. Shepard they do not deserve
to live; but nevertheless these
ti nrided Confederates are a loyal
UU as their brothers who were
more fortnoaUs aud their helple-
f llc-. ir.i Multi,
:ir- Ic inikinjj my
neaa ppala to eTery tender heart.
Major Stewart obtained several th prospect that Mr. 1'
thousand dolUm in Bo- be in Gen. Harrison s
will form any part oi 1
credited with soitid sense.
"Samc.i is in th eanica, directly
west of Peru, about half wav be
tween the Sandwich Islands and "J
New Zuiuland, and in longitude war
about 1.1 west lrom i reen a n.
The Samoan group coiisis's ol
twelve islands, ail save one being
of volcanic origin. The population
is estimated at '."
BlsUP '1' ( ' l UH.AN has coil ; i ; but
ed 101) to the lush l'a: I . a m e n ar v
Fund Association, acco :: . p i n led bv
a letter to the ( ' h n r rn a n : n which
he expresed the hope and convic
tion "that t fie pa bl ..
the civibred wot 1,1 w enh
w ill lor 1 1 'eland a!', t n.i
friends so earnest's ., i, .
A e 1 1 1 : i ; f s i n p k
World finds rh;C the S'alwa
Oneida county, Mr. Conkhng'-- late
home, are bitterly indignant over
the President of France, or even
"the powi r Oehiud the throne,"
will war Im- declared against Ger
mans The wisest cannot tell.
Mouths ago BouUnger declared
tnat "France though not desiring
war, is ready for war."
With William the second, "Em
peror of Germany, and Boulanger
at the head of France, Europe would
become a military camp, ready at
tiiKe to "let loose tne dogs oi
with which men bied upon the
farm and accustomed to its t xact
iug requirements, are not familiar.
Aud so it has betu, and v, ill con
tinue to be. But, it cannot be said
tint the Farmer's L gi
indifferent to the want.-
State, or incompetent to di.-ceiu
the remedy for existing eviis.
: 1 1 ; : 1 1 e : 1 1 o I
e S e li ' 11 a I S
t lie!. Wid's
1 so l S ' 1 s
crip- They feel that they have been de
V. Ii. ceived because a gentleman close
It to Gen. Harrison wrote a letter to
I kat rwtiT4 TO ilORK CAR LOADS
i j i ;..e, Jmlli w h zr'k
i l .a:. II. an.l r n S. -. TV Til m ,-Mxi tod ' 9
fTt I 7 w, r..; - - - M8 balr
.4.Ut. wunr. : i will bt sUsnge tndexd if the metro- Mr. Theodore Pomerov last fall
Tarda. polia does not respond liberally to before the election assuring him in
'aArl QfTAAf rWflW. iRftmft. N. C. his efforts in twhaJf of a moat effect that Mr. Blaino would have
- UUU MMWUIM-"'"' ' , .V...I. .U..l " e.. ,nrl in !,. ,M m ktr ,,
EVT YUKK AM) THE CABINET.
Ttie Worldsays: "If the Iiepubli
can gossip mongers are correct in
their report that Gen. Harrison has
selected Mr. Blaine as Secretary of
State and Senator Allison as Sec
retarv of the Treasury in his Cabi
net, it is clear that Sew York is to
be relegated to a back seat in the
Since t b o foregoing was written.
Gen. Harrison has again been
heard from, and it is announced
tha' Wanamaker has been named
as Secretary of tiie Navy, and
Alger as Secretary of War. Il
these appointments have been
made there yet remains three Cabi
net portfolios either one of which
New York could accept without a
sacrifice of honor.
The Po8toflice Department has
oe. t ut ou
eo mini n
farmers were not elected
learning or their cloqiu-n
account of their liar J
sense, their love of vlrtui
knowledge of the right!!,
of a large majority of
No Geiur.ii ASsen,'-iv
composed entirely if nan of any
one vocation. Thet c should be a
general ieprc.-eh'.atli-n in
to t he pe
in teres' s :
care of ev
the lai me
base been clod into t
service, will h-ave their
for good, up in t he pi escu
ture. and that, in after y
old North State will reap
of their labors.
ail ti.e puisuits
pie of the State.
llollld n ('five t :
raiic the a.-ser'
: s oi Noitli ' no
common and all
in, i. who
Cannot Impose Upon Americans.
to Mr. Jas. Aebv. j Vienna, Jan. 28. -The Pesther Lloyd
Mr. W. J. William-", late first mate I anci other Hungarian papers, in discuss
of steam'.-r Manteo, took command of j iDg the Samoan question, favor Ameri
the Bte-imer Alpha on the 24tb instant, j can opposition to Germany's encroach
A good appointment. ments. The Pesther Lloyd says:
M irrieiL at the residence of Mr. Eu- i "America cannot allow German su
gene Perkins of Beaufort countv. on . premacy m a place which is acquiring
fhe 21th iar-.tmt hi- daughter Mies Dora i enormous commercial and strategic im
t , Mr. J. It llardisou. Mr. Ti. B. Gil- portance. After the Isthmus of Pana
iiim Cifi iat.ri. May their lives be I ma shall have been pierced the m. 1 1
lon ' -r J h ipp- j tary prestige of Germany will not lm-
i pose upon Americans, who have no oc
An .-.p.-sratu' for pulling stumps and . caBi0n to accede to German claims."
i.s fr. . in ihe river was towed up the , The North German Gaztte says:
river ou the 27th. to operate, so w . vjce8 from San Francisco show that
hear, -above Tarb.-ro. Ic will he nice ; tne Chamber of Commerce thei e is ihe
for sh iifs that are used in skimming. ' ra0st active element in the opposition to
yi .r i r.i-e. t'v bv I L n-ll J P Germany "s policy in Samoa. Theanti-
mWos i le'.' Mr." J 'b. Whitfield to i German feeling is heightened by theac-
I.: IT. U ...J mu At--onrnl.nn
M, ... ! . V,a,.ir I in I i mimo 1 HUH Ul III. oocii. wic ""-' "
bv th-- same J
Only A im owwen aiiu nic ,
M ara I a Pantego at ttie residence officials in Samoa, who are anxious to
of Mr. 1". Ii. Swindell, his youngest caU8e complications.''
iciiu la.. r. Miss 1 laudia to Mr. R. D. . .
Adam of lii-iin. Rev. N. C. Price Annual Meeting of the American SLip-
nxiUing the hippy couple one. The ping and Industrial League,
re.epli. o wa-a Kasant affair. Washington, Jan. 30 The annual
s i : -i i. int- of this town find it meeting of the American Shipping and
r.i'ces-sarv to have goods which they Industrial League opened here today at ; pi
bin in N -rth Carolina and are manu- , Wiliard Hall. Nearly two nunoren
f .o tui-,. a iu -a... Stae. tlvipped via Rich- delegates, many of them prominent in
iT-.ond and N. u fol k. thence by U. IJ . L.. : the commercial organiz -niuns inrounn
t this pi n e, and by doing so save 50 i out the country, are p res lit A cry
k, r mil ou freight, .-should a railroad I successlui meeting ana one i i win , M , ,
j... (ul:t t h.-re by a strong corpora- : have great influence in rev i v ing interest t m i .1 oo,
:i. an I i: e.-t control of the freight. m American snipping isronu-i.-i nu--.
ad -.v.- p.v's .mo freights, and don't ticipated t'y the delegates. The oonven--.
' r. t i:. non will remain in hbsii.ii seveml iUih
; and on FridHy nigM eiosi. v nh a public
i meeting in the G A R Hall when' Sen
i he Hel ium! Vnie of Florida Misiu?. Htor pooner R-preseotative H ker.
WasIUNot-.N. Jan. 20 Mr H Bryan, j of Mi-fissippi. and umn.ms and Far
f the St ,te Department, left Washing quhar. of New York, will deliver d
,(.v f ,ii- hi'lisnn n I Ib anri TmI lahas- I a re-nes Mt the ooeiong sesion . Ihis
EVF.lt liUol'GHT To THIS MARKET.
A I .Si I
A . I-EI, I INK OF
LTou so Furnishing Goods
AT E' I l'i )M PRICES.
L. H. ( l TLER,
26 & 28 Middlo Street,
NK.W I'.HKNE. N . '
GEORGE ALLEN & CO
Agricultural I m p le m c n I n.
Plows, IlarrowH, t'ultivator,
H--h and Ajios,
Wood Mowora and Itcapers,
Cotto.'l ClillH inxl PrtlHHS,
Fertilizers, la'ial Planter, Kainit
VlecliaiiK's Too;., and Hardware,
Linid. Itriek. (Vnii-ul, 1'laster
Hair, Paint, K alHoiiiiiio, Var
nish, Oil. Ulass, Putty and Hair.
Freezer, Wefrijjeratorn, OU
Cook Stoves. 1 uii-lok IturKlar
Proof Sash l.i.i k:, v. .rraiited to
trlve Mseuritj .n 1 Hit IhfaClloil.
I'ltK i s VI.HY l.OW.
,... r, i i - '0.
I' Mr A B Credle to 8U1 ln oamoa- mere is no cuninu ue
. . "... ..2 tween Germany and America. It is
F AfHIONAB LE
Boot and Shoe Shaker,
Pollock St.- Newbern. N. C-
I lehl l et
I: IN r
1 1 1 , i j
1 l.. M
, tom Mini
1 1 'J ill i'i a J t
, M M I
We have been asked
ihe Star in its fie; lit wi; i
cae-o Tribune. We
more appointments at ita disposal say, that when the star
than (inv denartmeilt of tip. 20V- clUUt'U. tue iV llllfllf n. Vol- C X ti
ernmeut, and ex-Senator Piatt the e 1.
celebrated "Me Toovia especially IJakkison eompl.tiLS th
talented aa a dispenser of patron- friends talk too much.
1 nil -it-
' i . T I O
l ei " to look for the missing elector- i afternoon Commissioner VVehr.. of ibis
ii ii.'..' --f that State He aoea armed city, delivered an ad.lress of welcome
i h cr. .ier.ti ils from the Secretary of ' to which Gen Wheeler, of Alibma.
si. n!.-. and announcing that he is the ' president of the league, responded Toe
aecr-iiited agent of the government to
.1 i , ,
K A 1,1. HTdCK
, ri! hill) hti M
BOOTi AND SHOES
i.'.!!e.l work men, all
I u . ra Ii 1 1'P "lh
O.e iHM'Kl tylM
s-1 iiiiii.iRli of tha
k 1 1 1 . J .1 ne.l f rxim a
- ho .ry:
.1 in i, s- ., -.,
. ..a. .all, 1SK8
tne n pn.r cf
- . mull, mi'1 wo
. in w . vitr. and
. !.-.- . WHurl nc
he .oe i lie I.MI
i i H i 1,1.
sf c u re a copy or the certificate aepos
;ted lth i he judge of one of the d istrict
courts of Florida by the Florida electors.
It i- not positively known which one of
the two district courts holds the certifi-
'iites. but Mr. Bryan isexpectrd to visit
Jacksonville first, and if it is nor tound
there to go on to Tallanassee He will
i.robat-.ly return Saturday and deliver
tii- document to Mr. Ingalls, President
of the Senate.
delegates then listened to an el quern
address on the rehabilitation of our
merchant marine by Hon. J R G. Pit
kin. of New Orleans
advice to moth kks-
Mrs. Winblow's Soothing
CIGAR Fbii SALE AT GUST.
Having pnrehnut'd lurge stock of
SYUDP i tiy urs old the d - m and f r Hme biins:
should always be used for child reD Hmill I n . , If--1 to th. mrohaDts
teething It soothes the child, softens; iua Its AT COST until mv utook (
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind i rHdueed ilwh on H.,iipn
colic, and is the best remedy for Jdiar- , m fc "TX.T" WV ff ..
hoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. 1 JTLa JLXJ 1 9 I. Jf