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fNDEPE NT DKISTT I1ST ALL THIN(T:
NEW Bi:iXE, CHAVKX COUNTY, N. C, I.VIiCI!
1 JWUiOv' P
Fcr V:d"S!:r::i44:rd ;Dlzedto Nsitshi Urn.
: EOID BY AY.Tt DRUOOIST3.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX-
rmrr4 oalrbyTnOBEECIIJlH, Bt.HIenA.IncasliLmEaUiii
. It. Jr. AJLEX & CO., Sole Agents
roa ruT mixt, s a mt caxil st.. ikw tors.
Who C1' T00' dmjjtat do no kep thm) w:'.'. rr.ail nechjjn'
ca receipt Ol price htt impart Jini. Ple4S mca;:on ihis paper.)
A ri5 is worth fighting for it a
' principle is inTolred. AJmtrtl
SoIdo 0ttiKr a4r th Ira of
bctwrtn DtiJ. AbTbm cd
ni t&I 17 dUaoll by cQeot.
ABK OF.TT MiKR,
5fmax to Vt no lie w to iaacunc ih;
aiaaa m4 ur aJOptM t&n old am ouae o:
14 wkila iLkaila for ta pt ti.1 p'.r.-c.-fbrmf
prtar, v b eoatmaDf ( ioi f r
Wl nrf prt pri to tcrrf car fr.csdj mi -"'
f iwifn nu m
"r , lOObblfc Tcmt,
23 kbln. LorillAH, Sau
- 1UQ Uitf 014 TaskAho T r -
60O bhU ft. P. HJ O.u
500 bbl Wtrn Corn.
1000 dM Co' Spool Cotton.
iiJtMt.nlibi.kiDBT GOODS t liuocb.
ABK AND SOL. OETTINGER,
Oetrtri ti ger
Ge5. Lkw Wallace will
pmbblr b-e tho next Minister to
A stsiik nt Fll Hirer, Mam.,
jlbrown S,UX weirrm oat of em
I.T. Gt')V. I'olt w highly com
pltaienti(i by the Senate just before
Tub strike at Fall Kiver. Ma..
continues withoa: mdio.iticii ot
yirldiDg on either side
GKOKGI C. TICHK508, of llll-
ooia, bu ben nominated A.sitant
Secretary of the Tieaaary.
Tuiu lamplighter goe. iK)8tha8ie
U bcsines and be aiways makax
light of his work. Detroit Free
It is said that New Berne is the
b-; ilac? in the State to buy goods.
For particulars see advertising
Thk Kepablican heeler has
tK-gnn to discoTer that the most
doubtfal word in politics in the
Crotox watr mains barat iu
continue in , New York Satarday night causing
i ooo4iderabl damage to property.
! The running ol street cars w.i
' stopped for twenty fonr boars.
Wg congratalate the country an J
Latest flections :n KngLind A PBIN'CE.
resnlte-d in tho election of GI.ul- hen ;i distinguished represen-
stonians. t.itive of royalty goes abroad the
Thk Berlin I', s' s.s that the people w Ifom he honors with his
Simon conterenc n:ll be held presence extend to him every con-
durlDg ttie pre-ent moii!li. .-deration to which birth, station
GEuiiuK S. Lai HKH'K. ol New and character entitle him.
v Kori(; i i;i
N. v.- B'ine Kcuiia E;Ei::es3
M.iiiuracliiriiitr tin' SI
0KTJI CAROLINA EVS.
From the State Papers.
Mr OF (il'l.ENS L-.t Us Boom.
New Berne has never been more wide
a'vakc- never more anxious to push
thing. We have been called a slow
town, We have been a Blow town. But , and the late spring may enable us to
trie ( i; i.eKrt have opened their eves vprr i have an abundant fruit crop as the buds
wide of late, and there is a public feel
Look To Your Interest!
Other ! inliiceiiip :i t s (:;!' red
Farmer. Country Merchants and tb.
Chatham Record: The cold weather Trade generally arc invited to call and
examine our stock of
York, has been appo.nted AsMstant
SeTetary ol tin- TicaMiry, mr H.
S. Thouipi-on, if.-:gii-d.
1 1 K and hi dai.-v wei e sit t :ng on
the river side. Suddenly she
plunged in, eMui'iill. preferring a
cold d U' k to .i In " '-
Thk National I'-'Ute.-'t m Hayti
ha degehei ,il ed into a war ot ex
term l u at .on . I . i. e r - ,i re bucked
todca'.ti !;.-;..: b i'.irbarx.
O.N lilt ed. i .Ni llampsij'.If
voted I'll ::.e 1 i i ;i . br.oi Aiiit-lid-uen
t : o ' in- ' ' n -' ; : n ' 'i: . and it
wa c!r ; ,i ' ed b .i i.i:-- in.iJoritN.
1 1 is I U.;;OI ed
Ciiiirial a'ia;:..ikt r an i n '.; t o
ha e a . i ; n i r : . J 1j n ( al in
piaced upi U the two cent stalllp."
Willi actiane has come over
the Loudon 1'iuie.s. Fur; un at e ly it
coiiducied i's a ocL cum pan s ;
now by a langnmg tick compau.
iiie iate hi'Ur at wi.ich the meetin.
at the Board of Trade rooms adjourned
s visiting North Carolina, and it is on Wedneay niht prevented an ex
creditable to the Old North State tended n tire in ycrterdaj ' if-euc.
thai he is everywhere received us Ttle me.-un. - w,n attfnded. in
lari more hi in. we hive pn n at
the rooms for n.e urno.
lir. J. J. To!.- Ti. t.Tf s:,i i.
t r 4. At i-v...i ,,( , .
VU.1.J, wi ic Board of Tra.'e. ral.i d the
A Fnucti in the Em()ire of Mind
an ilhiHtrious member of the royal
family of Letters.
Detroit Free Press :s no ordinary
man, loosely built and thrown at
random on the world. From the
soles of his feet to the crown of his
head he looks the man he is a son
of Genius and of Fame.
lie hits come among us to see
who we are and what we are. He
is lookinir to ascertain whether we
tn.a IV.: master exhibit t,e charactei istics ol Pip
Van Winkle, or give evidence that
we are t he worthy successors of
Stanley, Speight, Gaston and Man
ly. He has come to test by his
own unerring measurement the
vatness of our resources and the
progress wo hao made m material
development. Above all, he has
tl..' L 'ieit Frie
Or.: er . ;it. d Mr. (if
Mr. C. I( l."A',
Prent!. Iiniu.- kno-A
. Mr. Le is elated in tho eutstt th;t he
could r.ot make a :p(cn. tn; he w,,uld
talk with them, tti! li o.'n wi;:-t lie was
b. :u for. and u u to tl.em taik ir.'dut
I'inlterj of o,reit iai-it?t i . Nc'r.h Caro
lina. He C-'Oipar- 1 the C'-Hter of popll
laii-'ii to a t -f -hsvi'. f r. m which, he
niid. there had b 'Ti a t.s'arii f very live
y-ars since l".i). I: is an mt re.dy to
swurtn now. !-nd if t S ot i is ready
for it the in ar:;i v ill piiitly con'.o this
way. He f iv- ill :li i;lu-tratan- of
how ti ns Vt sr and S;iu:h had St :rt- d
"'boon:-." M.ii how. in Fame inftanres,
thej- 1: i 1 t'-rtnuiali d in b"'imir .dkp.
Lie pre-licte-i to .1 within the c.e.x I three
have hardly yet begun to swell on the
h:g that is going to result in great good. i9 iaden wlt"h the odor of the fra2rant
Vv e may have been a little late in real- i fertilizers, and every road wagon is
izing that there is a new deal in the l bauling it to the farms. Better buy
hi.-tory of the South, but now that we less Kuano and make more manure,
do re-iiz- it there will be no more hang- 1 . Wilson Advance: There came near
j . i being a serious conflagration in our
t),:'-'- busy town last Saturday afternoon,
rib. rn and English capital is com- j The roof of Mrs. Sue Brewer's residence
in into the .South in millions of dol-' was discovered to be on Are, but was
lare. Northern manufacturers are com- j fortunately extinguished before any
bciiuub uawuKu was occasioned J
tiiis u ay for cheaper iron, coal, tim-
bt-r an J i
warm: r i
young man named Hales dropped down
b ji . Northern farmers are i in SoringhoDe one evenine not lone
uth fcr cheaper lands, a j since and began circulating a petition
land a more genial clime. . 10 have himself appointed postmaster in
v,..; . j - i ! mat place, in an hour two he was ap-
No..u Carolina must advertise her proftched and handed a notice that n
woalie. and resources and Becure her , formed him if he was not out of town
share of inoustried and agriculturalists, i 'n fifteen minutes he would be swung i
N-w...rue must advertise her advan- up to the firBt convenient timber,
t.igrs -n 1 hold out inducements to, Durham Plant: There are repeated
.., ,. , i vv 4 and fl,igrant violations of the local
"""lUtl vul benefit her. W e must , option 1w in Durham. but even th jB we j
h.ivtt coDCtrt o: action public enthusi- contend, is better than the open bar
asm a liberal spirit, a general desire ! rooms. We learn that stock for a!
plug tobacco factory has been about
made up and that considerable interest
Dry Goods, Groceries,
We always keep in stock tbe celebrated
State Prison and Parsons
Boots and Shoes.
Every pair warranted.
We have a large supply of Florid
Cheroots and Proclamation Cigars
These goods are bought by us direct
from the Factory.
fisjT SnulT at Manufacturer's Prices.
(tar No t oublu to show goods.
3oiith Front sr.. New Berne.lt. O.
t L i; in ourselves. Once get this spirit
ar.jtirrd and it will stay. Get a boom
s:aru-d on the real merit and advantages
Of the 1
are c lit. n
ality and it wdl roll itself
iir.s come for action. We I
more free sites to manufac-
: us nd our
THK World sas Mrs. Eaton,
sister ol President tiariison paid come to make the heart test
$-2 on Inaugural loii l;a !o. a cab
to tike her Iron. ;i.e Ar.i...on
Ilt)tel to the Capitol.
"I'llK m ;ss.o;iar;e8 recently cap
tured by the insurgents in Zanzi
bar Dave leeu released upon the
... i ..j
f , ' felicitate oarlTft8 apon the pro- paymenr 0t 3,MLrU to their captors
1 lurr'.i'vi w.th Muonabls ' pt that npread oat before the , m ddit ion to i au.som moue."
' Dod1 of Est Carotin. Liaoor,
X153T05, JnmaAry T,
BREWING CO '5
iiiLADELFHIA LAGER BEER,
IS UNQUESTIONABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It Is brewed from the finest Pale Canada
XTcsi Barley Mult and Laazer Hops, and
hignly recommended for its TONIC and NTJ
rvpaUUloa ea.ojed by
JOUPAXT U da U tb Im lb: o
ltAT&21A& n osed aad tbc the
r CZrcieU doxiof IU BiAaactar.
ADMIkAL Pi'LlLU has llld COU
eoergy nd perreraDc in the de- fiJeuce ol he ul Ameiica
mnad of the hoar. ia a naval contest with Germany.
El CO50B1V8SXAN JuHX S. At the outset Germany might have
Wise declare that the whole the advantage, but the labies would
country will indorse an application BOOa turned,
of Gen. Mahooe for lornign mis- YiiKK h iH ltvvn lyAiUj
sioa in order to pet him oat of the 8Wlndleil U) lbc Lmilding of the new
eoant-ry. capitol. The latest discovery is
"THJE Richmond and Danville at. tbe main beams ot the
Railroad now runs fortnightly b Assembly ceiling aie ot wood, not
tween Wajhington and the City of 0f lroa ai lUt, coturac demanded.
Mexico, a veetiale tram, called the Xheuk ari. tlnee , laimants ol
Mooteiama special, which is rro- lh s v l lul.
j oounced the fines! tram of crs in 8a,rcmt. ti,ur. 4, drl.lllt.a
tne woria. lhAl y,.s,UJ rt; to the i thee
THE V. llmiP jton MeMenger nays: un1 t Lt rrt)U;: , t
"Charlotte Is nwiltly followius; in tlon 1H decided t.
toe ioouiieps oi auidih. m-f . r,
vears a n
c m e into the b , u 1 n . Mil '.-'.- .11 i tn :n i-
alld grants tut farmer?, ninufai'iuror.-' and
see if men of the North can find miner fr in other fectiocs of our own
here friends and brothers worthy country Alabama. Georgia, Tennet-e
and K n-tniiy ore outetrij pnrg
N.rth caridina in devt lo; ir.: th ir
rt-ourrt.-, t.i-tw ill P. an 'i: g th- f -i t
that North Car..:.n:i h..s m eater
natural a i vantages. His ta k was
listened to with marked attention. He
informed the auoience that he was not
sever, o hundred dol
p 'ckets f .ir a " write-
up" of ili-tu-AU. He Old not ask them
for a dollar. He was after information
would turers than any other town in the State.
AND GV.li:-,' DEALER8,
:KV bCUMv, N. O.
ot their confidence and love.
We have no fear of the result ot
the visit of Mr. Lewis to North
Carolina. He has fount! here a
relm rich in resources and bound
less in hospitality, with health in
the breeze, beauty in the landscape down here to pi
o.l .,t,;ntiIm or,,l rlrtim i r, t 1, u 1&TS Otltof th'i
aim jrtiiiiLisui n uu i li luc i u i ut
hearts of the people. He will
rufnrn i 1 a linmfl in thft orpjl .
4.u ..v. ... for the readers oi the t ree rr;s n w
West with his whole being thrill- haJ a circulation of two huudred tb.ou- the ciiange
is being manifested in the nronosed
shoe factory. Ic is proposed to pub- ! U Q 2. Ofl
lih a memorial volume in honor of the ! OUrtclUO 01 UUll
memory of the lamented Col. Eugene1 rrvtM.T
Morehead. Willie Rowland, meesen-: tixuA Jr IxAL
Benger for the National Bank, pus- i rr n j c err- yr r.rVPPWiWTfl
tained painful injuries, while playing ! &bl " rlhKLH AKTS,
football. It is said that the muscle of
We arc going to ofTer a larger oRsh 1 one leS- between tho knee and thigh. ,
. , . . T i Is lacerated.
bonus to the first fuctorv taan any North i ,, , I
r- , , , u " rr , T ' Goldsboro Argus: Tho temperance
Carulma town has ever offered. Let ; peopIe of this are already movi for a
eiery man iu New Berne subscribe to , summer campaign. Petitions for an
that ! onus. If he cannot give 50, let j election under the loeal option law are j
him Kive c-o. Sir,. siO, So. Let there I circuiatiDR for aignatures. Ihetruck
, ,, . . , farmers of this vicinity held a prtlimi-
be ccl.ar subscriptions, or even a Bmal-j Dary meeting in thia city yte. day:
lt-r som. 1; i for the good of New i looking to a permanent organization. !
B. in . I t t all participate interest j committee was appointed to draft a 1
i constitution and by-laws and the meet-v-.
, , , ... , : ing adjourned to convene agaiu next 1
...,..1. t uouo Wednesday. The water works men i rrr. i.t. nirr, T.
w;tn croakintj and gromng and growl-I are here, Messrs. Fuller and Neison i v tttCIiti, UlOCliS, J fcWciT
ing. We as a community are wholly ; refined, affable gentlemen they are too, 1 QDT Tn QTr trru
i r.t living r0 - n,. o.n i and tney say that thsy are here to begin ' uumu u4u,iiu
. ,.- . , ... . i wont ana not stop pusbing it till the
.u. 4,6 locj. uuu.u uc, n , plaBt 19 completed and the water pul-
Is COielv lir.riTi nil r cfil roa A maha oofitir. tlirni,nl.ni, 4lA
Consign us your produce.
Ills (i v. !.f
1862. EATON 1888.
HAS A FINE STOCK OF
AND PLATED WARE.
jh depends solely u;cn ourselves to make sating throughout the entire pystem in
ing with pleasant recollections, and sinu and an English edition published
the Detroit Free Press will speak ia London, precisely
to the nation of North Carolina published in Dc-troit.
her honorable past, her present
prospects and her future glory.
LrUtiNKR A. KN'GKL
e FINF.Sr AND BKtn
)C re SKILL and CARr
pie bare determined to make ber
tbsa ftmt trade city u North Caro
lina, and they hare set the right
way about it."
The Charlotte Chronicle says:
' !' '. press
secretary of Faroe
suit lor libel a a ; 1 1
Times. 1 n c i se
hearing and the : i
bo recent e.ec
1 1 cm. i is
1 1-pa ten aas
M. I'., private
,,, i, as brought
st t tie L 'i. don
irts been set h'l
r o tn : 1 1
Vi 11 AT MOKE 15 NEEDED,'
The Legislature has adjourned.
A msiourity of the members have
returned home to find their acts
approved by their constituents and ;3U t
enjoy in the retirement of domestic city,
life the rest to which their labors Mr. Lnwis in resp m
Many of ns in this section of the
the same as that
w hn.h cir.'ut tes
Capt. S. II. Gray. J-s. A Br; :.n. T. A.
Green, John C. Thomas. Mayor
Meadows unci others being c-e'i--i upon
made short speeches ursine, h. irmonious
action iu efforts to induce ti: plsntin
of factories in our midst
May t Meadows ,-i-ke 1 Mr. L-;vis to
sugge: : som e pl.in of ii,-1. vi.'if.r,' c ipital-
tt.i: t s n.f . :.; r i . e in our
our city. : I beep a larger slock of Spectacle
Greenville Keflector: Mr. S. V. Joyner ! than any other store in North Carolina
I he Editor of the N'ews and Courier ' eaver am township, waa telling j I take particular pains to fit them to tbe
CiiAKLKSTOK. S. C, March 12. Capt.
F. W. Dawson, editor of the News and
Courier and agent of the Associated
Press, in this city, was murdered this
afternoon about 3:20 o "clock by T. B.
McUow. a physician of thi3 city. It
seems that Dr. McDow, who is a mar
ried man and the father of a family,
hed been too familiar with a Swiss
maid iu Captain Da wson 's family, and
that Dawson had visited McDow at his
oilice to remonstrate with him. Words
eyes of parties need ing them.
Having worked mead ily at th bench
for over thiny years, I believe I can do
as good work as any watchmaker in tbe
us a few days since how ha disposes of
cholera among his hogs. Us says when
the disease appears he kills the sick
hogs and has them buried, thus pre
venting a spread of the disease. Three
different ttmes he has tried this with ; State
good results, every trace of the disease I COME AND SEE ME.
disappearing when the sick hogs are put j SAM. K. EATON,
out of the way. Minister Thos. J. i Middle street.
Jarvis will open a law office in Green- Opposite Baptist Church. fe!2 dwtf
vine. ine cutting oi tne railroad
grade tnrougn tne large mil tnis side ot
the river has been completed. There is
'A propo to bay the New Kag uj-e iAC. t!1 j ,4 . '
land Sit ls noon to be Intro-! TnK Mercllua. reveller .vn :
doced in the Canadian Parliament.",, ,Th ,alhT,tch ,., l4n ln.
stance where thev never succeed in
learned in Wiimi;
just secured an a:
semb v au thor ; z i n z t ie c
State deeply regret the failure to certain uxed on u,w. m imi;
l i : .T..I
cieatea w ise uu juuiuuu.i tablirhments tor ten ;ars. inis, ne laik ;f lvnching.
ro.id ('ommissioc, hot we find much said, would be an iamcvnient to any Cane F. W. Dawson was a man of
consolation in the passage of a bill manufacturing corn p any c .utemp! iim
,.r..T-.,et ,l,.,.rim;nJtinnJ1.r.JitKt a m )VC) tO in Vet ltl'
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Livery Stable.
-l-av reeiteJ TWO MORK CAR LOADS
Yck wSeUfcsl by in Jividaally
jmfjniM I Ottly witb rl;bl ma, i
A part of New England doen not
emit a fragrant aroma, bat Yale,
Garrard and Banker Hill are not
Thk American baaeballuU, now
Inltiufj F.nfland, have bn treat
ed with dintingninhed consideration
m Ixiodon. Th Prince of Walee
baa ben eerxcially gracioaj, and
tbe Dean of Westminster invited
the team to d present at a special
ervic at tbe Abbey on Sanday.
Thk friends of Iloalanger, who
were arrented by the French Gov
ernment, affirm their adherence to
tbe kepablic. The public have
searched the boasea of suty mem
ter of tbe Patriotic Ieagne tor
incriminating document but have
I discovered nothing.
It is said in VaahiDgtoD City
that Ben. Batler, William Walter
PnIpsj and John A. Kiwon will
b sent to represent Americi in
the Samoan conference at Berl.u.
If Bumarck geLa any portion of
Uatier's hirsute adornment he will
nave to handle his diplomatic ra-jor
deftly. N. Y. World.
Postmaster G E5EEAL N'aa
Maker has purchased Irom the
Fn 1 nghnysrn estate tlie elegant
residence. No. 17IU I street, until
recently the home of Secretary
Whitney. The price paid for the
house and a part of the Inrniture-M
nnderstood to have ken 4i.0'().
The World say: "Five wealthy
tourists Irom Lyons, France, two
of them women, have bee a m or
dered in the Yellowstone National
Park. Their guide nays that In-
making both ends meat." Sneak
ing of sanilwbi ll. the IIO's' delight
ful is one with goose on each side
and gander in t he m.ddie
Hoy. ,1 ' UN A. ( 'AMrr.KI.i-, el
Juetice of toe diied .s;ats
Supreme Cour; and exAso;aui
Secretary of S ai oi t he ( 'on le derate
.States, died a' Ins residence in
Baltimore last Ir.esd.n, aged 7S.
Fie was a great Lmirr and a true
THK President has appointed
Thoma-s W. P.tlmer. ol Michigan,
to Ik- Minister to Spam; dohn F.
Swift, of California, to bu Mini-ter
. .i . j x- i - l: iauioui
tne Atlantic auu xoriu aionua , . .
where towns ha 1 accamo.aie 1
Railroad, tand in the grating of a'bjwwkfj contnouno.-H i-om :
charter to the East Carolina Kail- inbabitancs for the pur.o ,e of
way Company. takiog stok iu a factory . to buy
What more is needed! We ' or to give as a bonus.
a fixed determination to AIter pome oi-cu;o.i s to .
contribution of thc yrz t-:i
riimnarftHuolv hnf. litrla m n r o mnrb f rw
and blows followed and the encounter j the gradiDg force to do. Contracts for
ru .eu in aaijw n Bliouuiug USWDUU ; tta rimrmr nooH in Ihntrull.c oo.k
d that he through the heart. The murderer then j side of the river have been put ()nt.
ion that they h id Thrre hlJUrs later he surrendered him- I Washington Progress: Some Pennsyl-
,,f iLc General As- self to the police authorities and the jama railroad men have made a survey
the ctv to remit body of the murdered man was found fro Jame?vllle to this town and w, I
in. cuy to r. mit - tko continue it on via New Berne to Wil-
turines ,, V. ;,,.ri :. j ,i,0. ; miDgton, so we are informed. The
Lira uen gave tuo aiarm oi Lire at two
o'clock on Saturday night last. The
Eastern Dispatch warehouse had. taken
Are from the stove, but fortunately the
watchman on Water street discovered
it iu time and it was extinguished be
fore it had done little or no damage.
Mr. Francis Joyner tells us that the
people up in Pitt county are :far ad
vanced in tha preparation for tho com
national reputation. Besides being for
m.i, r- t- n .- iAit. nf 4V,.-. nUlAr.4
. 1 1 m l n g ton as a - , . , e ,
lOiii nKl in lip South, hrt waa a nntont
II eio. d m-tances political factor, not only in South Caro-
li t n e
hna, but in the United States. His po
sition for y ears on the National Eismo
cratic Committee gave him prominence
all over the land. He was personally
acquainted with every prominent Dem
o.:r,4t and with most of the prominent
Republicans, in the country. He was
an uncompromising tariff reformer,
nf-ver having toleration for the mug-
ump Protectionists calling themselyes
fliA moana thrt l.nil nf
rsisea ior tne p rpes-- i urcna
..uin 4,,i.ki. ... wi.. t.v,..v.. 8ite for a furn;ur,, f.tory. or lor a Democrats.
t he achievement of a glorious des- factorv t)f !lLJ -kind it was dec id id not Several years ago Capt. Dawson took
tiny. Action, acl.on, resolute to conflne the c mnbution to any par- 1
action, is the demand Of the hour, ticul.tr factory, ana for this purpose Courier against the "code." For his
Mavor Meaiiows ..nnounced that he serv ices in this matter, the Pope made
would head tne list v n!i titiv dollars. him a Knight of Peace.
, , . , .. Captain Dawson was an Englishman.
Pending further diu-si n of tie ne W"M over ex feet talu of ma8sive
matter. Mr. Jas. A. Trjan aro-eand mold, and leonine head.
ntated that he ti i 1 been authenz 1 by IJis power as a writer was felt
Wilmington our ever geuerous
sister is readv to join hands with
us and counect the cities ol the
seaboard with bands of iron.
to Japan : John 1 .
M .w-Mi tiiiM-; : s,' i M :
and Consul General
Al'x-rt G. Pei ter. oi
Wa-htmrn, i t
o .s 1 1 e i : tl C ;
I m! an. l. Min
ister to 1 1
to sa :
bat it she
; r o u ; i !
h; i Pi ess ii is this
m i ioe -:i ' w.m; ; o
t with B;s :n arck,
she w;:l guarantee
that within a ear he will
sorest spot in a.i I . k
really want-; to i:g!.: ne s
that his clothes are be tV :
before he g es ..;: ac-.
jTte in I M u ies,
Ir. rr. ikis my
:g ut g jod Axi.dianndid the butchery, bat some
1 neasl toek.
V"dl plajar ia sboi
7 - a '.r. r : u i h
"Jroad Street, 'New Berne. N. C.
ilNSET SCHOOL, :
, persons belinve that the guide, who
' bu fled, wae in league with Mon
"The Virgtniann" in the name
of a new association of New York
I gentlemen, orgaDiied for the
special pnrpoee of BtlmnJating pub-
have a spanking t .
the alYair is ended."
1 1 Ki: V. is a n ice k
At tot UfV (ict.er.U
re uest eil 1 1 : -; i ; c ; .
of West 'irg:n i i
is because Mr. Watts
me need legal proceeding
leading Republicans f r illegal
voting and bribery. lie has very
.i i . .e
t o I 1,1)
i . -: i .
The importance of this enterprise Mr Wm. Dunn to av
to this section of the State cannot donate t-n t'ltes f t f actor. ts ne ir the
be overestimated. It opens wide city either on Ncu-. uver or the A. &
the gntes of commerce and bids the N. C. K.
r Mr I ;.i c;n ...... , ,k I',..
wi derness blossom as tue rose.
tirav. who was present but li o iuj.ii-m
The Wilmington Messenger is lo,pi,sku,e,r!hfU;0;1,,,l; ,;; i:(
giving its powerful aid to tins dvU3te t-n .-i-.es . i r - -eh :.i-
wolk. In Its issue of last Tliesdny Trent rn.-r. t..-ar G.-ayuo. J a:. 1 s.Imj
it sa.s: "Ir was understood that near tn-A . cv N C: U
the building of the road from Wil- Mr- 11 H. Lc.iTy t,t. i ;.e- 1, - v.-.:.i
, . , .1.1 donate three or I ur - it .V oC
neniT,in til I ) n S 1 1 W UW:Ufpi t ll
' N. C. It . about on . mi.v : .
ruon'ineuts of the Last ( arolina f , .
people, and it those are now ready it was also rttt-.l th-.t M
t go forward, the interested par- had a tract ef . .
tiei hi-n s:i on Id be on the alert to iaud an 1 woui l give on
move with them, and not allow this tJ Kood. thrr.- r.rrn-;.-
necessary work to longer linger as bu,'d and i-.i-on it
F 'Now, sui Mr. L -wi
a sleeping enterprise. ' done a great de.l in live
Men of the F.ast awake from jour if ?ou want to mate thing-
, , ", , a thousand dollars to gi'-e
leihargy. and quit yourseives like lhe tirst OIle who will accc-t.
iien '. sites and ti ild a factory .
A resuiu.iou was adopte.i to ap;v.;.r
committee to cauva-s tt.e city ;or to
purpose i'f raisiiig a thousand dollars t
be olfere : as a boou-. t ti - same to rep r
lo a meeting to be held next Muted
night. M-'-srs 'n llri:'. -nst. ;n ' '. L
Foy and P II. I'ciitatr were ;. ..r.c
thai h' would throughout every national campaign
since the war. His style waa trenchant
ami hii words picked with elegant taste
The World Stands Agnast
AT MY iOW t'RICBP,
ing crop. They have their lands all An(J wondcrB IIow , it ll8t i oan
broken up. composts put out, and will
be ready for planting !just as soon as
the spring opens up. The farmers are
using less guano than ever before.
Thay made good crops last year, paid
up their debts and are in a prosperous
and hopeful condition.
Greensboro North Stats: Mr. J. W
Corsbie had two barrels of carp on the
market, iriday last, which sold readily
for 25 cts. apiece. The fish would weigh
about 3 lbs. each. They were very
pretty land attracted buyers, but we
venture the opinion that the same par- i -r - i I
ties will not purchase the next lot. The ; The GentltmeU MaV UOHie I
carp is a coarse, ill flavored fish posi- J
tively worthless as a pan fish. In the j ,m
so much lower than any one else?
I'll tell you: 1 have determined to b
easily satisfied for the cash, and WORK
FOR SMALL PROFITS.
My Motto is: FAIR DEALING.
Come and buy from me, and you will
never regret it.
K. R. JONES,
New Berne, N. O.
The Ladies Must Come I
Everybody" Come !
TO tsi-.i; THK
Dinner and Toilet Sets
Koriill l' To THIS MARKET.
A I U.I. LINE OF
J. L ib'.- in
s:.n .1 i. c ros of
fourth of it
V. oO V. Oil 1 1
. "you ii .ve
::. :!: utt-s. nn 1
hustle Ti ISO
is a b.mu-i r '
: one o: t:.e-e
. . . ma 4(41,1, c 1CU1UU Cb.an niui n mil.
killing placing the gun against his breast shot JJOU 0 FurDishiEII Goods
him dead. The defence in the trial was "
cf Mrs. Dobie.
nisny friends and relatives cf
-timabl lady will be pained to
superior court at Graham, last week,
Albert L. Rippy was convicted of mur-
II is taking off is nothing short of a der and sentenced to be hanged on tbe
ca amhv to South Carolina. j u'h of April, the prisoner shot and
I killed his father Abel Rippey near Mc-
Ironies! int.) "the Villi!)- or Captain 1 Cray's store in Alamance county last
1 ' j December. Rippy was at the time
Lavoou. about tnirty live years old and his
C;: : e. S. C, March 14 The father abont sixtv-five. Tho murder
it..ju ft i,i i apt. Dawson's case began was cool and deliberate, and one of the E-YEIl
an i e jticludtd this morniog. most revolting crimes we have ever,
I' -li einan Gordon testified that heard of, the prisoner having invited
Dr. McDo w. the prisoner, surrendered his father behind the straw stack and
t- lr.ni and that he admitted k
C.ipt I ' . w-i n
G W. Harper, a Colored hackman, alcoholic insanity, and the jury d id not 1
t-'-st il-d that h-3 was on tne opposite see it that way. The prisoner appealed .
-i.ie ol tho street when Dawson entered , to the supreme court.
M ' Dow "s office: that after the shooting j Roanoke News: Ward, the negro
l.e heard the words. "ou said ; burglar, was not hung on the bth for
c-u wouid lake ray life: now I have ; the) rea6oa that the opinion of
taken yours. Harper testifies that a I tbe Supreme court was not handed down
colored woman, a vender of psanuts, j in time The Governor will fix the day
.as peeping through the window, and for hia execution. --Mrs. Sarah E.
that McD .w s cook, Emma Drayton, ( Branch, sister of our townsman, J. L.
come to the gate and ordered her away. ; Bag6i Esq died at the reBidence of her
M -ses J.uiii-dii. McDow s. coachman, SOn-in-!aw, Mr. James Batcbelor, ner
testified end denied ail kcowledged of ; Halifax. Friday night last, after a pro-
t.eki'l-'ir. lie heard a shot in the , ODged illness, aged 73 years. Mr. A.
" ih anJ was crdered by Dr. : pope of thia piace, brought suit in the
McDow s wife to investigate the cause, preBent term of the Superior Court for
out swore he did not go. ao nnn rinmatrpn nvninat tho Vilminrt.n 1
Emma Drayton, the cook, also denied : and Weldon Railroad Company for ll-es anil Axc-.s,
any Knowledge of the affair, except as keeping up the pond just south of the Woods .Mowers ami I
L 1 .
26 L 28 Middle Street,
N J'W It r.KN ?.. . V:
0E0R0E MIEN & GO
Atrricultitra; I ?.: i I ni e n t n.
Plows, Harrows, Cultivator-,
rlv ret used
throws o:i the President t
pponsibility i 1 h; removal.
What is "Mortonum !" It ap
pears to be the raising and con
tributing of money w;tii which to
corrupt voters. It gets its name
iarn of her dealh, which occurred at
I...v.-ii. Mass., on the -Ch of the present
in r. h. the following account of which
we take from the Vex Populi, pub
lished in that city :
Mrs Mattie A., wife of Capt. Francis
M Doble, died in thia city, at her home
on Tilden St., on March 4. and her
funeral was conducted by Rev. W. T.
Perrin on Wednesday last. The cir
cumstances of her marriage were pecu
liar and more than ordinarily roman
tic. Capt. lXibie waa 'alioned
as the committee
Four hundred uo'.i ir.: the am.-unt
was subscribed imruedh;t Iv.
Meeting ad j mrned lo M-in 1 ay ev-.n-ing,
March l?th, at 5 o'clock.
Ninety Per Cent. Want a ( ludiir .
1 I. pre-ent management of the A. S:
N. e li R , is the all a'isoroin,.' o pic ot
ibis county . Its lrnpoitance. .-eemuiglv.
is more Mgniticanc to us tt:au is lh
al- tin- t. stimocvof uoliceman ck. i r m.:
- " oeauuaiu uaa iu. duu.ci.uio uau i o-
n ana h ick driver Harper. hihition law. but an extensively signed
Steam I iirinH,
Cotton Cids iti.d I'rosMOS,
FortilizMH. I .arid t'iasfer, liamit
peu.uon was sent, up iu tue i.eiaiu.e ; Mo.!l.ulU.M Tools and Hardware,
c lnterent in Virginia's history I fron
dent, who is said to hare contributed
-hit- .Iicritirrti lin.l V i Pram. 1 t i i-i aA t n riunrim a r hu Kn.In f tt,..
I I 1 UIM OU1 W .si 1 Lll'i'lM U iivv I I K I UODL 1UCJ fcv. t f uj j mo 1UO KI L t U C
nd clebrat notable v?ntfl in , - i i, ..r.Knfi Union officpr. S&e was an accomplished
nreeent L ei-lnturt-. Nu.t iv pt-r edit.
tic. capt. iooie i was -m. i loned. uring : tho 13 (lf hl, COljnt W;;1U a
the progress of the rebellion, at New , ; ,u , . , f fc.-r,. ,.
K- e. ,l;.l ... miauKB IU mr uiauiifti uiciu "i i.,...-.i-..,.
uerDe. tn. kj., auu iu tue pursuit or nia
duties visited the home of hia future
wife, a short dis ance out of the city
The yellow fever was then prevalent in
that neighborhood, and among other
victims was ihe young woman who was
Por Girls and Young Ladies.
Spring 8e3ion of 1889.
Opens January 16 th.
Write tm OuaJoo
- r; JOSEPH KIHSEy, Principal,
that hintor.T. Membership is
strictly confined to gentlemen of
";rgtnian birth or anceatry.
"1 5TiL nefcrro and carpet-bag i
rule shall b re establiaheti at the J
South that section bu no right to
hope that Northern capital or'
V .ir r K r n ntrf-iriA nan .f fr-.ii.t. I
el" say the Tribune. During tbe
las: t hree yearn. undr Democratic
rule at the South and in tbe
natiou, there were organined in
that neetiOD, according to tbe
Manafactartf'i B6ord, tbe follow
ing nnmber of J3ew eflrpriae: ia
ISM, 1,575; to 1887,3,430: In 1SSS,
3,618. TbaM c-nd for the em
ploy meat of bnitdn of naillion of
capiuu, a Urf part of which cxmr
from ton Jortfu Tb r3oath bu
grown nslgbtUj and noondly ever
nine tbe corrupt traTaatiea of gov
ernmeat nader Rtpabllcan rale
Rinirer. and after marriage came North
l.OlM'.OOO and to have raised where she won hosts of friends by her
another l (KlO, (Mill for various Ke- "liable character and many graces.
She had only resided in Lowell since
publican campaigns. Ine new la(,t August, although Capt. Doble used
Po.Htmaster-Cteneral is thought to formerly to be a resident here for many
yars: ana iu ine onei interval airs.
-10 en t
u n try
: 1 not
. is the
i m . r i heir
be guilty of
Mor ton :sm . '
JKKI'SH A told K.eklel thlt she
would not marry him unless he
nlgned the total abstinence pledge,
Doble bad enaearea nerseit to many
hearts. She was connected with the
Methodist church South , but attend ed
the Wortben-st. cbura. while here. She
had suffered greatly from Bright's dis
ease, which, after temporary relief,
finally resulted fatally. Two younti
daughters urvive her. At the funeral
many friends gathered lo honor her
VV m . J. Hardy acted as mas-
change in the manage
They prefer any good man for p.r
to Washington Uryan. tha p. r .
cumbent- Tiny linnl-: the i
through which th.e road runs
have ihe man ncn, nt of u t
Raleigh, as now. as they c. iin
case. The t n p. ople nr.- n t
their abu-e of Mr. Ilnaa'i.'u -io;
The farmers aie t ven
something is g.-.m t- t
meeting in tnec- urt : . u 1 ; Fri ia
whs without meaning.
I have the ut rno-r c ! : : n - i
Governor Fo I". t.r.-i t el :e h- w 1 : 1 i
tollow ill the fio:-eps ,,f h: . ,re.i-- C.
sors. by goin '.o ' nono.-i i. un'.;. I
appoint th- Suite roxv. f.-r the ab-o
named ro::d. and t . Wd.e cotn.'.y f
the management of it '-Ir Uryan. "'
true, comes from New Heme. Cot i
said th.it Kalt-igh owns in,.-. Km:.
Correspond, nt of Wiiuilni:;. -ti M-ssei
The rtllcl I" na n i in ( u -.
V. I' Su!'. Drui-gis:. Ihj-p'.s U.-'. . u
to bearing the pistel snot. &ne aeniea town. alWino- that it nrnducei malaria
a great deal of Moses Johnson's testi- and causes sickness. The citizens of
A woman named Jane Mitchell was
irr.-sua uu suspicion ct oeing tne pea- : ,t,nD. ,y,Kt i.h k h mnKnlcH. The
nut vender seen at McDnw's office win- i T,ptriHlatnro did sn. and Seahnard is no IdlllO. I5i i k, (Viiient,
dow. tfhe was not identified by Bar, . i0Dger a dry town. Tho dwelling ' Hair, I'aiui, K alsoiuitie, Var-
ror ,. , , ,. house near Tilghman's X Roads, about . tii Pntiv nml llalr
Tne testimony lievelopeed nothing three mile8 fro herei wa8 burnedMon- ! ' "- ' ,
new. and Dr. McDow having declined day.lt caught fire accidentally. .Mr. W.T. ! 1 rrezorn. I el r I jrra torn. Oil
to mike a statement before the jury , . Herring had recently purchased it from ' Cook Stoves, CiiicI.h Hurlar
ii,eucu.o..i! .one.",-. iuai "" Gwathmey & Co.. Norfolk, and was :
deceased. Captain F. W. Dawson, came there mabing some needed repair at:
to his death from a gun shot weund in- he Ume There was no insurance,
dieted by a stun in the hands of Dr. T.
D. McDow. and thst Moses Johnson,
colored, was an accessory before the
She Broke the Engagement
because she saw that he had ceased to
love her. Her beauty had faded, her :
New Telegraph Lines for high spirits had given place to a ,
dull lassitude. What has caused this
BaLTIM'.-KK. Md . March 11 The change. Functional derangement : she
S cath Atlantic Telegraph Company of waa Buffering from thos.) ailments pe '
Baltimore city has been incorporated cuijar to her sex. And so their two I
with a capital stock of 850,000. It is yoUng lives drirted apart. How need- I
-aid that she new ctmpany is to form a leS8i how cruel! Had she taken Dr
link in the Mackay Bennett Postal and pierce's Favorite Prescription she might ;
...KI.. 1 ,r, . , . i e on.l fr ilia . . . ... I
aee. i w.v.4, 0... o-i' "'- .v. nave been reetorea to neaitn ami nanpi- ny
purp .se cf purchasing and owning lines ne69. if aoy jady reader of these iim s , piei
or tii a- -tern in ..l .ryland. wnicn are ifl similarly afflicted, let her lose no
now only b ased . The scheme embraces , tlrr,a ; nror-nrin tho F.i vnrito l'rn-
lrooi Sasli l.m k", uarran'd to
give security a-xl satisfaction.
I'llK I S f lit V LOW.
i J O. A Ll.i:S Ar
Boot snd Shss leaker,
jiiiiiatiou with the Southern
no be si tj ned f wo of t hem . Jeruha
aeked him why he duplicated the. mecnory
nledae. and K.ekiel replied inno- tot of ceremonies. The remains were
entlT that he signed two pledges placed in a tomb and may betaken tJ tiiies ! can recoinnifi; i Kb-::':'
eo that, U he broke one, he might orth CaroHna for interment later. JrUTr,
Still keep the Other. " man to.-k' sis bottles and was c;
- It n Bad Ennh ItbeumatHm of M years' ytan.'.in.-
THK PKHFKiTlUN to fool a way one 'a precious time in ex- ham Hare, druccist. liei'.vil e. id
Ot tbn age in the medical lino is the perimenting with uncertain medicines, , firms: "The I e-t selling me.Kcin.
liquid fruit rsmedy. Syrup of Figs, when one is sftlicted , without being out haiidU d iu niv ',u ihh-.' e-teerit
ainnfutiirsd onlv bv the California of Docket as well. The onlv medicine KWtr r Bitters.' Tle-wnrais of
Fit Syrup Compmny, San Francisco, of its class sold by druggists, possessed have added their testimony , so that the ready in July, out tbe Lrovernment In
Oal. It is aicreeable to the taste, ao- ' of such positive corative properties as : verdict is nnn i.i icocs thi.t Mei t r c 1 litters , spector thinks she cannot be put in con-
optabl to the stomach . harm lewe in iu to warrant its manufacturers in guar-j do cure a.1 diseases of ihe Liver. Kideeys
.mr. nunl.M vet nroinnt and thor- anteeiuff it to cure, or moner oaid for or Biood Onlv a half debar a bottle at
oaah to iu action. it returned, as Dr. Pierce's Golden
B. JC Duff uni, New Berne, N. C. Medical Disoavery. r or all liver, blood
an a ma
le.egiai.u oiupaj ui iitKiuia, -" . of life. Sold by druggists, under a
S , uth. -rn Telegraph Company of North i poaitive guarantee from the manufac-
arolina. and the Southern Atlantic . turera, 0f perfect satisfaction in every
Tel-graph Company, whereby lines ef case, or money refunded. See guaran-
wire may ue securea exienaing to iiew ,ee on bottle
(Jileans. ana covering the enrire boutb
TLtZ: JJ'uJrl I An Exciting "Find" of Dynamite,
scription.1' It will give her a new least
mil 9 dw4 w
and lung diseanea it ia fpeoiflc.
Duffy's wholesale and retail drug
Large size, Js.oO p-r iLzm, w liele-
CHICA.G0, March 13 The West Madi-
son street police this morning found a
i;. ,.rs great quantity of dynamite, both in
V.itle Additions to the .Navy. bulk and in cartridges, giant powder
ohp Washington, March 13. A telegram and fulminating caps, in the boat house
. ed of received from San Francisco at the Navy ' at Garfield Park. They are grca' ly ex-
Abra- Department today stated that the cruiser cited over the find.
in. nt- Charleston would be ready for her dock, i
I ever or steam trial, in about three weeks, j Huokien' Arnica salva.
nee is According to the constructors. : THK BEST Salve in the world for
n: ei-s Cramp Brothers, the Baltimore will be Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively1 cures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale bv R. N. Duffy. jan 17
hi ' s t e n T n
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,Isn. M, S
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ttalt. is si
velll k iu t
I hey nt--
I err u -
wborn, N. C
i I Oh I" A 1 .1. STOCK
;i ti, eil nr.il he ia
bT ;i o AND SHOES
. . . urn k men, ftll
i i .
t Hit 1 P " ll
kit ' t nt Bty lea
i ' I- l I . K.
i "s ' 1 1 1 ' j i . ! ji 1 h of the
Mile ! ne. i from in
it - - tv it M t r :
i w 1 '. i: L N V.. N .
hM. ,th, l.HKK
cHtiun before September or October.
1 he gunboat Petrel, which ia being built
at Biiltimore, will be ready iti about
t two months, barring accideDts, and the
Philadelphia in about a year.
nip b pa.r of
ni ur to ilinsi' on i ii ail e me two
I ) i:, w oj i , 1 1 , . in 1 wrf yntrti and
wo: (1 t-t. I Iimvc bt'PTi woHrlnK
r.' '.ll'h M ' - . i ihl'V HI' ihe lHnlt
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;' I. tJ MIKL.
'U, ii'4 i 1 u 1 1 r 1 r-'tuft -lone.
( (Cl 2'i ll w
GREEK, FOY & CO.,
Do a General Banking business.
Nr.w Bankimi Hopsk,
Middle Street, fourth door below Hotel
feldwly SEW BKRNE.ff'C.
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