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I NTDTCf EiSTDEiSTT IST ALL THINGS
Torma $H.OO 2rr .r.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. Al'lilL ! iss;i.
; : ' - . r r oxji hy. atl diittgoists.
irr-PRlCE-25;CEWTS PER BOX.
i. jti.-JtV'vtXXuKr & CO Sole Agents
voir xrtnxs states, s k ht cjwil tm mew tork,
- WSo (if ytwrr jKt ao ool Keep ia-ra wm moil wtciumi an4 he will hDg himself." That's
;i Pp s mtipt l pri-vM (Plc-u mention :h,i ppcr JQ oaf opinloD of the uarrlfl0D
C " ' , dmlnutrUon.
- -n ,"l . . j XBftttrerrfeta ol yV York
" Wahinton aainit the reauuoiot-
liKAUTiFt'i. and Be.-wonable
weather all through this section.
To err ia heman ; to keep it from
btiaf foJnd oQt is ihvina. Atchi
Jay Govli) now approaihea
Grant with hi hat off, and
.all the aewaboys stand around to
! the stow.
Thb oiitructioii of a new
PrHlatial Mansion, in plac of
the prMat While Hou. is Iwiog
IT i olUs sid "give him rop
of t ho
A I'll r i. a i r I'Hia -; c
27 5 ay -; M M .w An
act ro . I r a d : ;
Fairiiiniii; ' l'.'il: r 1 ; :
Sli l- i in ! n M I : ) a Vt-r I ;
i c 1 1 ;
:n .-I-;, the
t ! ii rough
;'. I HTtinon.
J)lill V, now
I2na( nr an J byod Xew Hm aal :n the- V "ilmington ection, meat of Postmaster Tearsoii.
.tboa w ar prootl to t. we count a;o:. our many patron, we ,
'wpMiaJU ell toth-ir aitentioa. -h.t a,.Prv.-. th,:r pstron.g, Blsmajick s lt utterance in
XMUii to aa ilk th pt. and that we haU hold oat MOKE IN- Ifa'd to riamoan affair mdicate
THAX EVKK to oient their onuCdenc in the fntnre, perfect agreement between Grr
ad taal Deetdew BKUU llih Alifc.i l tor
T&Oft- II. Hoif Platda, CoC' ?pool Covton, Bvr cr..-k and BintT
31ilU Done tie. Start Lve and PoUb. I.or-.lla d Snuff and
Arm oar 3c Co-'t ProrUlooa, Hontord Baking Pow.iers.
W carry FUar, Toboos 8ooff, Coffe. Suar, ;c., .v
r.Jl4 is the DRY GOODd line do hoa in th. vc:;.-n carrie a more
Mttftbfo stock to pleat tAw barer, la atrie - wt . :n pnre.
For DrM GooOa, Notiosa, Whtte (jowli and no on, will -at vou To
mauv aDd the I'mted States.
N'lTl' K.s have tvou posted' in
tb;if .'-lie is liij;
and r-st .
S.vu ( h in --t'.i re 1 . of i:; :
wishing ' o en ro ,i li.id
to ht- In i : 1 t ;, i : i r
ihtsoii.i i a! ii. o.-' 1 1 ! r : o
t on or in Vrrnn i ; ' . ' ' i i
in w i i ! ti" i! , I .i . . .! i 1 t
SKN.U'iK Jry; v . 1 1'.
G'I)ei:-l 'A".rTi .1 ;-i .i ki r 1: Hi
hou r " o , r :i r 1 '. : i- ,
olli.-.-. M : . i
c'i"..'.' I . :-t
t r i . t" : . i . s I 1 1 1 i
w!i: ': . S-i! (: -
Mr. 1. .! ..; ; .
was f ho l's" I
life. It ramr
lft diataae wrva voar ladrra and let
What we caaaot vpJ, oar other merchant can
- $41 tb eisaixa ara VxjlX it joa make roar headqaarter a: our hous'
joowUX SjuI mrjihaxgta jw aotxia.'
Oood, hoseat x?d, 3d 1he to t ':,,. .."!, ir..! oacc to
Cot Faro aa4 PaHw wear.
ft BAD Y afAlC CLOTHING In tba: !.:.e joa'll u..; and a hoage in
Caatar Caroflaa iOAxe! a.
vajioQs rolling mill.s in Penui
vauia that the price of wages ol
employe will be reduced on and
after April 1st.
Ik the liepublican party is held less Norfolk I
to a strict otJeervance ot lLa plat- THE Grand ( '
vert isenien t s ;re noti
thoai do tha:r ho).'inr in f ., , . u
1 forms it wid scarcely survive the Chicago was imnit d
: t r a i w .
Wsi aola4aajaoa; if w-
to &: ol
t a a e
need no: take
naka 70a a sail La ortiac, aaU.
n4 jo rnr bo eonf ent.
If JOU caaaot COait tttXnitoa write to as, and
aaawer all joor wwrita.
duty. NN'ilniing'oii S- ir.
'Tin s far ; ho -!;. : -be
in better favor i:li !
istration than ti.o 1 1
In trntli. editors addle:
.f i 111 1 11 -i;indr.
Sign of the Co.'ebrated Pearl Shirt.
KJ5STON, if. C
WAE! WAR! WAE !
THE WAR HAS OPENED ONCE MORE !
Owlar tA til hard tim ndiMiritr of nnnnv I .mi d(terminw1 tn -Tfar-
forakh tb People the Beat Goods for the Lent Money. Now, In fact' aDd aJ1 the point to an
proof af t& fact, I will quote joa a few of my pnc-. My Stock of eiodus bejond precedents. Tn
ClotMnr a Ennrmoai. Men's good riae Flauaei Salts aa lnw a. bo.
, t3.9. Alao food firnia fsrMea at 298. Boys' p,od Saita, from pEEalDEx uAERIa., w,nt.
4 ,V lata IS jeer, 00 Ir t2 98. Boys' Kbm San from $ 1 .25 to $1 .50. K3ID"T waDta
Also a a tea hoe ot Mena Backa and Cataway and Princ Albert So.it. two(1,J of rom the office-
1 1tiTs iriTa irtTS' k,v- hnn.l,H,i .!o,.n Mr. oil .t , M .' kera Snnd ay , to at t e nd ch a rc h,
BAdpneai. Men, Boja and Children's Hat trom io to 15 and 25 eta ntI Monday to transact a little
OoArmatae to aatt joa in anj kind of tlat. public bnsineag. Philadelphia
8IIOE8, SHOES, SHOES'. The Lrgt 'and I't Selected Times.
Stock: of Sboee I evtr kept. Men's Sbo from 7'o. to fl.OO. Iadiee' Tut Joxtelh ax la in faTer of the
lUi MHOS OIWW, Ml, law, IJC. w iVC. .rKe s.m ui ru ,....... KT tha PUnaf-
the Preeident's nomination. Ijet
four years of national control upon yesterday morrun
which it haa entered. 0f ?l,:,(o.((rio. I
PaBls, March 26. The Gaubois ment tornli il w,
says Gen. Boulanger is suffeiing per cent of o.
from the opening of an old woand and cutTjt-n :n 1
and haa been compelled to reeort
to the use of morphine.
Thk proclamation of tha Presi
dent declaring BehriDg's Sea a
cloaed sea may lead to complica
tions with England. Excitement , larger audiences than orators do.
prevails at Ottawa, Ont. ! and they address : ,nu after am-
Cabls d lap ate has irom Indon '. Pains 'ire 0Vk,r an ! " ' lT ve'ui'
to the News and Obaejyer, of j wben the voice ol t !.. p,-!! Kinder
March 27, announce the deaths of ; is DOt he'inl iu t!ie Iah l "
Mr. John Bright and the Dnke of "Chief Cn n 1 n u r.v and fifteen
Buckingham and Chando. 1 warriors, apparently tired otMib-
The Legislature of Tennessee , iing on government lationsan.
passed a bill which the Governor I preferring
has just signed making women
eligible to office of the county
sn peri nt eft dent of education.
The annnal migration to Europe
will be exceptionallj large Uiis
It is already beginning in
A GOOD EXAMPLE FOLLOWED. HEMOl
Some wi eks ago a number of
i lie nil ai'.d patriotic citizen of New
Bcrno announced their readiness to
donate sites suitable T r factories,
mills, and workshtps 3 enterpris
ing gentlemen of c tpital who
would come and establu a industries
The wisdom of the movement
was so apparent that 1 ae example
has been followed by a number of
other towns and cities 0' the State,
and it is believed that a genuine
boom has set in that pi ii'Mscm in
calculable good to thi people of
The inducements !',un',t(" ,u
tins section ol ttie country, to men
of character and enterprise are not
.surpassed in any laud, ami thot-e
wlio make judicious investments,
which are followed with energy
and Kocaoitv, cannot fail o f attain-
"'' ' ''r 1:1 ir abuudant rewards.
While we are gratified at the thrown
. - iiii-n', ,i,i'i', t of capital coming amon
1! u clcs s We confess to a higher pleasure
le "I an ;ll 1 1 nesi 11 g t he pluck, e 11 1 ei j ! :.-e
o-t .os;;i,,n AU, nidutiy of our own peop!-.
:ade in ins m nations "they that would le
chop ad freB must tlrt strike the bio .v."
us! worth- So m communities re.siden: citizons
mus' show the elements of .1 uohie
ireii.'iise in manhood by nutting their own
the ground shouldei h t o t he w neels and push- creation.
ing a loss ing on t he car of progress
1 a s t e r
( . i lis:
i a 1: 1 1 ; .
The ;t:hi I'M' cs i,j
Tar ill' a: e I i i ng :
fact tliat ! Jeir.i c; a-;,
of Tan ll ."
If t ln-r " any
hh ; i .;i o! 1 1,,- I i,
opo( d to .1 T.I 1 i li
aware of u . 1 he eh.irv
lie : lis, t h it ; ;, i!i mm-;
in favor of 1', Tiade
always has .- il-c.
tloil is Uut, Sh.iil v.i- i,,,
That is settled,
by a tax 11 .011 i a.
lished polo s- of
aud no etl'oi t i
aboht ion .
The point in
and should he. ' i
ot the tai ill' '.
J i ! in- t a 1 . ti' i
I 'einoci acy. the j
it that the i'io
may i.of tning
tan,:!y, ;M,d by 1
iliiiv ,, n : a ;. il
I he 1 ei!.cc: at
th.it this is a Go
people, ai.d that
oiti'ii u:oi.!na m:its
i 1 tin- State Papers.
upon t h
." I:, I! en
1 lei a : .
at io part a
is now, a nd
v 11 T.uul :
g i 1 Vt ll 111- -
s I 1:,- e.-Mb
1 "! : :. tn e ti t .
- i 1 . 1 i 1 l I
c iu nty th a
of echoai ai
v i r ; . la
ariav. .1 ? i
1 ' I'lll .v
ay h, i; : n :.
: ' ' :i :ar :
-. i fara!
Morganton. Yesterday morning
tracks were discovered on the porch
roof of O. W. Pitcher's residence, nejir
the Graded School. The tracks are
Ihe apportionment those of a man. and it is supposed that
for New Hanover a burglar had comm. nr-.d operations to
-1 o) for each child enter the house, hut for some renson
beet known to liina.i If, he changed hie
:: The lirst freight train mind.
1 it Na-thern railroad CLaLhacu Uecord : We aro pleased to
ay am-rr-ooD about 5 h.ar yerj favorable reports Irom the
e a ptir has been created wbenl, Hmi nut. rr,-. in il,:. ,,r,t,.
crand jury a Before the war Chatham nrod need
( ' 1 ea n -oh ill-
1 s.ii i'.isna
nil nod in
Tr; 1 1,,
A aura ;
'1 ll 1; lulii!
. 1 : 1 he in ...nt tec- to
subricriptions to the
1 1 1 -: 1 :
s 1 1 . 1 :
offered bv an
reported on the warpath near San
Carlos agency, An,:.:ia. and may
cause conuierali!e tiouble before
they are corraled again."
;,: ;a:ty ,:iM,t:
whateye!' ti 1..1 ti
monopoly is contrary to its genius
and hostile to the purposes of i;;,
Ihe ( lover n men t is not
the guard. an of clans, specialists
and favored industiics, but the
protector of the nu n who secure is
fortutus in the 1; ivs of prosperity,
and defend its honor in the hour of
The Democratic putv ass 1 ts
that the Government has no light
to take irom the people more oi
their hard earnings than is neces
sary for the economical administra-
necessarv to the conquest of uifii- I tion of public affairs. The Kepuh-
culties aud the achievement of beans, pretermitting an expression
success in all departments of lif. of opinioir on the requireinen s of "P11 a wh
. . I : . 1... ... . several went
11 ile we do not arrogate supen- g" ei umtui, 0.1 ecs us energies to
onty. we cannot admit inferiority the "Protection of Infant Indus,
of North Carolinians to the citizens tries," the upbuilding of private
ol sister States. fortunes, and the l;o',cti"U ol
onward and upwirl is inscribed American Labor."
on our banners, and with the It is a monstrosity t ;.. theiicli
blessing of God, the Old North must be protect d ;
State will take her place among tyranny ol the poo
It has been adjudged that tin
people of the South are wanting it
the persistency of purpose, and the
h xed ness of resolution essential t )
gieat achievements. Whatever ft
color may have been given to t b is
idea, by events of the remote past,
more recent developments hav
established the lact that Southeri
manhood has in it all the element-!
!:n:i ij -t-
.t , t names as w,t, eeses in cases more wheat than any other county in
u V'1 t:'e option law. thin State, and wo hope such may be .'Smell.
y ..avv- i-..:-a: ir.is last eacare ttie case again this year. A sub-
ei,;'at prisoners that have eotten scriber writes the Record that one of
, iw "uuiii L' u irtni. uiuuLU. ii I lie L'fiUorR iPP.pn 1. r married ri iu . i n ., .
a:a ia. n, I'. A. Cowan, Joe j fourth wife, and that in doioic so he be- bii. r
il nrv G-inter. made their j came the brother-in-law of two of his ! War
fr. r:i the Shelby jiil last Satur- , own sons. Our country roads hav "
a r:, oi, n l.itn-eeu halt past three ; been in worse condition recently than
ui, any time auring: tne wid'.cx. i.Joy
are badly cut up by bo many wagons
hauling corn and fertilizers from the
ad of tl e V. 11. C. A. have railroad stations.
, r iO COO so far. Capt. Statesville Landmark: J. R Connelly,
tlaa rchoonr Mary Wheeler, the defaulting clerk of the Superii r
i ,,- : 'houiiur Saow Storm, Court, who, with his wife and youngest
w-;,s wrecked on the child, arrived here Tuesday night of
: itivt r. S ;C . last Friday, last week from Cartersville. (ia . where
va saved, but the vessel is a the family have located, was taken into
custody at 9:20 a. m. last Thursday by
Arn,n.v,ii: Mr. "William Sheriff Allison, in the passage of the
I r.a.-urer of Franklin coun- courthouse The sheriff bad laid off a
i.Lai t iliseafac on the Sd inst. dower in north Iredell, Wednesday,
i laaieiit and useful man iD , aQd did not reach town until Thursday
Mr. Cromwell Braswell, . morning, when he immediately execut-
i-i. met with the misfortune ' ed his precept upon Connell, who was
- .jbcco barn by fire last , waitin2 or him. The inilictruonis
.i'.h 2.0 bushels of cotton 1 upon which he wag arrested were 1.
. iiaJ mos: of his farming i for forgery, in the matter of what is
t oca 1 known as the Fred Plyler check: L f .r
T.vin-;. ii , Daily :Jas. W. Albright, of :' embezzlement of the Plylor funds, rand ,
i:r,ca L..ra has "been appointed State 6 fr fll"re to make returns as clerk.
Ah-, ni o tho U. S. Department of Agri- t0 requires. The sheriff fixed
Jitur... taking the place of P. F. Duffy, thb8 at J1'000 for the forK'-ry cae
1 tins ,-iiv. who held that position i . rne oiner two. i lie
under Mr. Cleveland's administration. Pr'80ner made fruitless efforts all day
Mr. Aitriahl is an uncle of Congress-!nd"p to 1 2 0 'ock at night to secure
man i':r,'..a r. Mr. Duffy, is the first I bowmen, and at midnight he was
Domo-ruc ln this State to walk the j l.ged ,n Jal1 bere he remained until
Plauk ui.J,r the new administration. ojday morning, by which time the
i- , , , .. ! bonds were made up.
t.rcvnsboro ..orth 5tate: A big cotton 0 . , ,
factors conii be- built and operated Sanf,ord Express: There have been
with ta.- mn.-y t-hat North Carolina I v'al va u ;u "'l'F ''-''
i 't!ic-j ei r kers drop ia Washington be
'a i Vr-'eiT
"tot.- -. t li C nrWl
'i : k
an 1 a
soli l ,.
r, a a
f n. rn
a Kiirn nostril D4l
V. IRL FENCING.
GL SS A
At! I i
i. i r .
i Prices !
tweer. March 1 and June 30, 1889.
fhe Wilmington Star wants Paul Cam
eron to endow the University with
T'",0.U.a. We r.avc no doubt the old
gentleman v, ill fcnil in his check for
the uiikuli just a; toon eg he hears
.'v h,-vi!le (.'itiz-.-n : Chief of detectives
this season. The Alliance men and
others hauling it away remind us of the
people going into Egypt after corn in
olden times. In the Methodist church
in Carthage on Thursday evening, by
Rev. S. D. Adams assisted bv Rev. A.
Watches, Circks. Jewelry
AND I I ATi.D WARE-
VPKCT I TES.
T W,,.,.. i . .
R. Shaw. Mr. T. R Tr.on tr nr1 M,., ! ., l1' ' r .' oi c-peciacies
Nannie M. Phillips, daughter of tho late mrl 'n!i r'Z" IT,
0,-aver yes: ruay received information Mint'er. col., who escaped from a squad ' Having w ,rko i K". , , , .v, v u
of the eatiure of Ldgar Brooks, the ' f ralo , u: j iav ing w orkea r;i .aa ily at th bench
o wanted in Greene county. ! Martin .nl,. h o.!n Ki- ! for OV.r th,r. "'" 1 I can do
as goDil work i:, a:i v. an hmakor in the
pearance in this county. lie is sup- state u me
posed to have entered Rev. George Un- ' CO MP" NI Sf'E MF
der wcod 's house in Jonesboro to wnship " " Asv"i k F T()
last Sunday. The house was entered' '" " iVi
, ... J , . ... , , .u ah! le street,
ana nlor.hiticy wad Rtn pn txrbilA tho fnm. .... ..
Tnp"tior' lifter a nrn- I -i . . " T . , v;ppo;;r.p 1-i.ptist i Lurch. f12 dwtf
J HI., IU1,,, aiier a pro 1 1 maq on-nr Tho torn rn in 1 Vi o T nr I
( Creek community have loaded their
ey Uu:irvir: Jir. ra. uiaiocK, oi guns with buck shot and this desperate
r.ii oa. is. we Le.ieve, the largest 1 character will be summarily dealt with
neicio rat ist wanted in Greene county
Tennessee, for an assault committed
ae wusiac in that county
s ago We are pained to
announce the death of Mrs. fcirookshire,
which ocurred last evening at her home
tracted chronic illness.
the foremost States of the Amen
Ladie nico Slippers from
aad Boy Shoes at prtca to sate the ttmea.
43a. to 75c.
FTJK NISHXHO GOODS ! Men's rnder'utrt a low aa 20 cenU.
. JLfllcw BltrHgaji Shirt for 25 eeata. A nice Scarf from 10 to UO cents.
fall line of Dry Oooda, Trnnki, Vallaea. nnd other goods too
nomeroas to mention.
y Coaae one, com all to WILLIAM SI LTAN'S, where you will
bw treatevl rijht and get joar money's worth.
Oppoalt Baptist Chtfrch,
the whole responsibility of the
Gorarnment reat on Kepnblican ; acrict r ttetl! 1
disorders of the
mcnt have become
time tho politic.!
there is a set ;o;
dition cannot last Ion
eru men t must g ; e
evidence of its ,il-: y
storms of popular tee'.;
give place to atiot In; .
TllK mercantile world has real
ized that advertising is as much a
business matter as the emploj ment
of clerks or the select ion of goods.
n Prai.ee. The
crisis. Tins con-
I :,e pov-
branch o !
s who hav
: 1 " ii.i'e
NEW DEJINE, N. C.
New Styles !
Good Goods !
Low Prices !
All Styles and
I ba in iUx-k th X'-.
ELEti ANT TRPNKS
prcbbiy "r a ml:
N w H r n
Two door North .if Hatt
bosiness has made manv merch .nt
wealthy, while ot her
attached much itn
bava wondered at
sncoess. Thcv sun
tept up with the times.
Sl'EAKlNtr of woman
the Washington Post s.ivs
the women are zealous weikers, as
well aa patient waiters, and no
reverse seems to discourage their
endeavors or extinguish their
hopes. They ate as fond of the
agitation apparently as ever they
were, though the goal lor which
they strive is still too remo'o lor
the intervening d.s-ance to be
TnF. llairison Piai-c h'ter is
plainly a private oae. p appears
to have been dropped by Mr.
sVi. .. - T s' . ,
' ' 1 11" "'"
PaKfliDEST ilAKBisojf charges
the laaportanate oflic -seekers with
monopolizing so much of hia time
that he cannot "turn the raacals
oat" aa rapidly aa he othenriee
would. N. Y. World.
Naval officers generally are
: making efforts to secure assign
ment to the new gunboat ork
, town, he will probablj be com.
manded by Commander Chadwick.
As is generally known that ex
Preeident Clereland is now in
Cuba. All along his route from
New York to Key West he iu
received with every demonstration
of approval and affection.
Thk JnruAL believes in keej-
in c, k... f. . U . .. 1 . i. .....1 .
wc""c lur ll" iuuu- Blame, after winch it as lacked
mental principlesof the Democratic Q() bv w,ni. one ;1Lll vilTU.d lo the
party because they are esaential to NeW York ilorj!ll Tiie quest ion
the welfare of the people and the (or a journalist to decide in such a
prosperity ot the country. CAe was, Is the letter public
The days are steadily growing property! To our mind it clearly
longer especially for the visiting was not. Tho only difference be
brethren who come to Washington tween looking over a man's shoulder
two or three weeks ago expecting to read one of his private letters,
to leave the next day with appoint- and the publication, without his
men'." in their pockets. Post.
"It seems that Col. John D.
Washburn, our handsome Minister
to Switzerland, write poetry. It
is only fair to say that this was not
known when his name was before,
the United State Senate lor confir
mation." The ''gentleman" who stole the
mailing list of the New York Voice
haa been rewarded, and yet Dud
ley remains in the cold. Why
should an exposed boodter be
t treated worse than a detected
thief T Nashville American.
Tiif, Sun's cotton review of the
'J."th says: Putures opened rather
firmer on strong Liverpool report,
but became very dull, and after 11
a. m. there was decline with doll
closing, ia sympathy with depres
sion in financial circles aggregated
by desquieting Paris rumors.
STEAKEK CULL', OF E YORK.
The New York World is a fierce
fighter, and is never satisfied with
out a complote victory or a crush
ing defeat. For some time past
the World has been after Speaker
Cole, of the General Assembly of
the State of New York, and it now
has him in the pillory and is giving
him the bastinado.
The Speaker has confessed that
money was used with his knowl
edge to secure his election, and
now the question is whether the
hide the World has in the tan yard
will make sole-leather, or is only tit
ro be used for vamping.
The World, with the laudable
purpose of sbowiog that its con
clusions at e those of other distin
guished individuals, has inter
viewed a number of prominent
citizens, in various Darts of the
country, ns to what they think of
Cole and his methods. Below we
give the response of three of the
Governors ol Southern States.
Governor Fowle, of North Caro
lina, said "'that he bad not informed
himself as to the matter, yet he
would say that if money had been
used for proper election purposes
there was no harm, but if it bad
been used for bribery with Cole's
knowledge, the Assembly should
expell him at once." Governor
(iordon of Georgia, said: "I know
nothiug about Mr. Cole's case, but
I have a very decided opinion iu
regard to the use ol money in con
trolling elections. My profound
conviction is that this country is in
more danger from the efforts, that
111 a Ii tit ac-
ia. It is
barefooted tnou n ' a ; nee; :
toilers by the sea. si.ouii
to afford luxuries to the
turers of M.issachusett:
iron kings of LVhnslva
an outrage uu common sense to
say that the farmer v. ho toils
through winter's cold and summer's
heat, with no day of rest but the
Sabbath, should ae taxed to bung
gold to the collets i . Uiiilioiiuires
whose only labor cuir-ists in clip
ping cupons, and w!ioe gala day
lasts through the livelong year,
Ir is the sheerest tiilling to sa
that "Democracy is the parent ot
Tariff," and responsible for ir.
This child of Democracy lias grown
"too big for his iu'eecae-." and the
sooner ht' is In, .night back to
iiirental discipline the bet'tr for
Labor needs no pioiection. in
free.. America labor pioiecis ii-el;',
and no man is so independent as
he who goes out u.'o God's laoscd
sunshine, and with ;,;-, own right
arm, sows the grain and n-aps the
farmer ia Stumy county, lie runs a
frc of twelve- plows, and will this
spring cultivate about COO acres in corn
u'.d cotton. Last, week there was
quit a m-iii dog t-care in the neighbor
h",ia of the Pennington mills. A hog
and s-veral dogs were bitten by the
rat i .1 animal. It is also reported that
Mr. Travis Iiiicsell was also bitten at
tic- .- .me tim-a by the same dog.
N.i -liviile Ars-inout: All along the
line of Norih Carolina journalism there
is an iaqiravcuient both in tho editorial
conduct and mechanical make up,
which is highly commendable. Both
Wilminttton and Xew Berne are more
alive to the importance of manufactur
ing enterprises in their respective towns
than they have ever been. We hail
wiiii pleasure tho new life which seems
to have been awakened to these places,
and the Argonaut will giye them a
UjcLv Mount Phoenix: Work on the
large, handsome, new cotton factory,
which is being erected by tno Rocky
Mount Miils. is progressing rapidly.
Between fifty and 6eventy-five rock and
brick inat-ons are at work on it, and
when completed, u win bo the largest
in t h e Is, t a t e
in this ph
when he is caught lurking around.
Chatham Record : Mrs. Celia Fields,
of Gulf township, died very suddenly
some days ago. She was about 90 years
old. was the widow of the late Jack
Fields, who was a soldier of the war of
1812, and had been living alone for sev
eral years, doing her own cooking and
waitirjg on herself. She was found dead
in her house, her body lying near n
chest, and on a table was a pot of coffee
and her supper untouched. William
E. Boudinot died suddenly at his resi
dence, near this place, on last Friday,
aged seventy years. On the morning of
his death he ate a hearty breakfast,
dressed himself, and about 11 o'clock
walked into an adjoining room and
suddenly falling unconscious, died
without a struggle in two or three
minutes. He was quite a remarkable
character and his life reads somewhat
like a romance. He was born at Wil
mington, was appointed a cadet at the
.Naval Academy at Annapolis through
the influence of Senator Thomas II. Ben
ton, Berved for many years as an officer
in the United States navy, from which :
he resigned shortly before the late war,
was appointed a captain by the Confed-
GEORGE ALLEN & CO
Iow:-'., I Ijir c vi x. Cultivator,
l!r.es i;;id Asi8,
Wood's Mowers ickI Reapers,
riK'niii i ;Ji J ies,
Cotton Ciins noti ProHsee,
Fertilizers, lain, I Plaster. Kainlt
Mechanics Too! and Hardware,
Lime, Brick, Cement, Planter
Hair, Paint, Kalsoniiiie, Var
nish, Oil, ijlass. Putty and Hair.
Freezers, KcfriK-erafrors, Oil
Cook Stoves, Kuroka liurfrlar
Proof Susb l.aicks, warranted to
Rive security and satisfaction.
P11ICK8 V la It Y row.
!:). ALL la V X CO.
Died, at her resid ence erate estates government, ana ever since
on Saturday evening,
the war has resided near Pittsboro. He
had travelled all over the civilized
Asesnieiit and Odin 1 ion of !'.:t
m has L-tui
Stite Tre iSLirer
NOHTH CAKOl.lXA. TllllA-l k I'll: 7
K .lei,; M o . a ; 1 ss.9.
Te th '..r-'s i f V.'.aa.'v : ',,;'i,aa..!uiio'.' .'
Tne law jiiov uiiiig la t.ae appoint
ment of lift takers by the banr.ls ( f
county cmmif rioriers is not ra.-t- ri ,:ly
chaneil. SectMbr. 9 aid 1J. of "An
Act ta rrmiue fur tiif As-. -.-ment if
Property and Coi :e. ;ti m ,,t I .xes. '
rmiiii-il the 11th dy of Mareu. jVj. are.
however, hert-wrh c iLiiiin.i.auil t i
you for your guiaan, . in a Ivan -e of
the publication and d i-i n an i . n . f ihe
act bv the Secretary of bt.-.te.
Very respectf ull v ,
L. V.'. La'.n.
Mat" 1 re
M.ieh 111 a Mrs C. C Snciirhf in t.hM
4-th v.-ar 'of her ae. The deceased ! world, and bad accompanied Commo
was a 'most excellent lady laved by all J dore Perry, in 1852, on the first exprai
who knew her. on t0 Japan. He was a skilled navi-
. ' o - u v. gator and a scientist of unuRual attain-
laruoro bautnerner: Spinning has be-1 entg He wag fa fir gu g (h(
zun fct the coitoa ftory, but only on , x eervice Pyetem which is now so
''in- frame. Since last week the frames TiuaDie
for the spoo'ers haw been put up. Now j
t e machinists are at work on the warp-j News and Obeerver: A private tele
ing machines. Booms like mumps i gram received here yesterday evening
are catching, and Edgecombe county is j from a party in Washington stated that
r.ot - tand inv; idle while its county seat, Hr. Nichols was in the lead in the con
is t'oina forward. The Swift Creek and I test for the public printing, and that his
saiieai Oil Mills at.es. this as well as the j friends expect him to win' The new-
pr i - i at Couetce. The idea iy appointed justices of the peace are
seem , i.av ;a r.e cut that the raw j requested to present themselves at their
i r, i : a a - c lii ooui.tr y s aould be util- earliest convenience before the clerks of
... a. courts and be sworn into office. The
. j r. TIT. u
"We '-I -i.il some weeks clme anowea is sixty uays irom jiurcn
.' - J a finefield for a I r8t- he matter should receive at
'.tticerr The seizures of tention in good timo.- Several car
i t-ani bundav morning ;
tinth.t assertion. This. ' through here yesterday cn rout-to
Mississippi. anoiner case aeaiusi ,
..-ro t at
t i i- -
1 r-.i. vlinicttliflftnnnrliini.
.. . . t ..-..-v ppw. ; - .,.,: TO.,!, .,
h r.-.r.re mav be done along i OI " ml " u','" ,,,'r
Ja-liro Bvnum savs 0ur ' Superior Court on next Saturday, . he
w th best arranged and cnarges in this case are those of false
e lie has been in in the , f1CLC"oc' "
a t b en to Now Berne.- brought m by the grand jury. Messrs
j Alfred Williams & Co. have in press
. . . : "Seventh North Carolina Digest, by
er to the
acc: den t .
v ' it -e act
is, d .iildl
o groa' lii-roaaissance
consent, ot the same h
world when obtained b
is that the latter is t ae
ou account of the no ;
ence in the case. Mas'
THEHK was never s.
terest in the industria
of the South as is now shown, and
there is every indication that a
fiiHKl of immigration and vast
money investments will result. The
national importance of this move
ment cannot bo exaggerated
from it is likely to come the solu
tion of many of the serious prob
lems which are now exorcising the
publicists of the I n;,'ed States.
There is no cure for race le.duusies
ami train t ion ai etu n
interest l u t he in ai u : en ;
tri'Miv, Detroit Free Pi
.- u r e r .
Section 9 The board of county com
missioners hhall annaallv. at their
have grown common in the last few , April session, except in tha year when
ears, to purchase votes in coutroll theresball bean assessment ot property
appoint one competent person in each
ing elections than from any other tosvns ip to list ail the hm is therein at
calls.'. I do not see a remedy, but the valuation assessed en the same . and
,, . . ., . all peisjnal property in sai-i f-.vniiip
all the powers of the Government, s id board of comm.. --.aouer-iijw
.-fate aud Federal, legislative, such to wcsr.ip list t-.i;trs mi n
... , - , . . , sation for their services as
judicial aud executive, ought to be : Bhall de .U!t an,,
usel to break down this vile aud bv the countv treasurer.
growing practice. The charge that 's- F..ch t.,w,nip h,t taher
r- b i pointed uuder trie niiUi,,rny ot -c.i'
the negro vote is suppresseu in tne nine of tin- ac; shall a ie r ise in nv
South, it it were true, ought to give n'ore public places tron the town
' r ship, immediately after his c.ppoint-
to the patriotic thinking men of ment. notify ing ail tax payer, to return
the country far less concern, for to him ail the real and psr-onal pro, er-
ty which such tax paert.baii own oo
the future of the Kepublic, than the Br(lt (iav of June. Ja,i s.ii r-tu-n
h i-m-l - ,:ii.-.-t i-i
-rate. ' ' I 1":
Kl. J riiNAT. 1
vi.mmgion aeni'K-. l ne ooara or , tj. All. a ar nf tho Feiler;il
dire frs ul th'J Wilmington and Wei- i r.nrt Th rnlnma will rnmnrioo nomp
npany have authorized Rnn " OH onj wiii rnntin a rareful
payment of three and a half per , . . ',, ,h :n the North Caro-
incates of indebted- lina Supreme Court Reports from vol-
na-s of t!i
st on cer
SO in inn Tho nrnfssainn will rp-
treasurer's rfrice in this city on and ' j reinilar announcement in a few
alter ira1 i.-i oi iiiii. nn-j aay
ihit ti.-' prospects oi tne trucaers ana
f irrr.ers o:i tho coast wero never better
The World Stands Aghast
a r i ' j aw I'KtcKS.
:i that I can Bell
; i ' 'lie id HP?
a. termined to be
, -ii. and WORK
"ii'. and you will
i lerne, N. C.
And wor.de.- . Jin
SO much lower li'
I'll tell oa : 1 I
pail v sn: i-it. : f r
My .Motto i-; 1
Come u:.d '. ;s I
never r. ,;r- til.
hoc a r. z
hoard ' p :l.i
ineysay d Adjutant General James D. RJ U i f t 5 i P. Oil
Glenn states that the time set for Iff kJ&iiStsfW lA UUi
they now are. With continued Wrightaville this year is Tuesday, July 1 tEfEitAL
s-.!? in, P of them will have a 9th It will Cfmtinue ten days. A nn MwiS!!Tnv MPRPTTAWTS
private letter received by a party in , -
A?D GJ AIN DEALERS,
The hail did not touch them.
i: .-iiingliam It icket: We congratulate : this city gives the sad intelligence of .
oarfri n is of the Spring Hill section the death by burning of the little
up. u the pro-poet of soon having a rail- , daughter of the Rev. Mr. Rose, who
road . Miss Annie Sedbury, daughter ! wag formerly Episcopal minister at Ox-
1 Mr Jr. s edbury. of Mineral Springs ; f0rd, and who was well known in this
,..' i - aa aied in Pee Dee village on state. He went from there to Birming-
a-c.i p.aout ii. years.- ham, Ala. , about eighteen months ago.
hear ot any one naving
the -'-: 1 It:
Dei VUU e
ti,,. nu-.-.ries irtiae'.- There is a young
ia i v ir. t.w;i who h,-:d them several
e .a- laoiiii'l v. ho i. now courined to
MaW ItUICMa. N. c.
Consitrr. c ,,;:r produce.
this habit of depending upon
accumulated money to decide the
shall be made to the listt..;-:tr ourin
the month of June, under the pain- ;o d
penalities prescribed uv 1 iw. Ja-.ch litt
I- ii .
is question who Shall make OUT laws taker shall attend at two or more
earn towrsap urine pui ,
s. so I
as ;s ne:a:
creat i s a i , ,
I; III Oil
It is reported that the Cotton
For Girls and Young Ladies.
Spring Session of 1889.
Opens January 16th.
Writ for Catalogue to
JOSEPH KINSEY. Principal.
.in 1 n
A a old ph ys ., in a , r
liaTlnt' had nt",-. ,' - 1
Bagging Trust which suspended at India iHi.taoiiary the f
St. Ixiuis under th Are nf th feKotahh- reua dy I, r t
farmers han survived. Our farmer
friends have only to remember the
words of Gen. Taylor at Baena
Vista, "a little more grapie., Captain
I?rKff." nd down it come.
Th speacb of Secretrry Tracy,
going to show that a protective
tariff will increase the wagea of
American haborara, ia being circo
lated in tho M&nafacCDring districts
AtTwtiens. a',, r pes
for Nervo-.n pet,:!;'
t'nmplun'.. fif'er l.a
derfu! rural lve
cjuies, 1iji.s felt It las ,
to hi Buffering fell,
motive ADd a dthirA -faring.
I will 'ti,l t:
ho desir p., lias
French "r Euk-a.h u
preparing and usmtr.
drf BsiDg i'.h man, .,
W. A S..1 t- : la 1
' tr. X. V.
y ;,a l-la.st
1! Ii.-'n: ,.ti.l l.r.n
v " ;i ' radical c a re
-'id ad Nervous
UK' tested its won
s ia :L',afinds of
d ity to niskf 1: known
- Actual, d by this
;'"e ii anaia su f-
e ef charge, to nil
ecipe ia (l-rnian,
: ii fail ,1 -ct 11 ins ( r
S' rt ! y mail t-y a 1
nr.tt.ing tlr- t'!,;-r
T.. Hi ' !..,.... s
vt w". v
and what those laws shall be."
Governor Eagle, of Arkansas, said:
'The tendency to corrupt the ballot
box is alarming. The buyer of
votes with money is only one step
removed from the man who steals
and destroys ballot boxes. To drive
men from the polls with intimida
tion is about the same as to draw
them there with money. Theetlect
in the latter case is worse because
it destroys principle. A man who
would admit that he had used large
sums of money to influence votes
may occupy tho Speaker's chair in
New York, but such a man could
not occupy a high place in the
State of Arkansas."
A CHILD KILLED.
Annther child killed by the use f
opiates given in the form of iSoothirg
Svrup. Whv mothers give their children
such deadly poison is sarprisiDc; wh.n
thev can relieve the child of its pecuhar
troubles by using Acker's Baby Sootier
1: i-eiuaLns no Opium or Mo phine S- Id
lv It. lierrv, New Berne. N C.
t king a lis
the I'nion M-etu -
dap'. 1st AsS, a-;,.; a a
C, ddrb'iro D iai is"
GO h and :!;.t I--1.0
1 1 .,: - to i : . or
Topic Svsu ni c.a
Woods, n and J C '
N I a ; i T .
Iniraau toiy sn
Topic S,.bbal, 1 '
crata.n. U 1 1 Lev. 1
Tiipdc Sjnday Sc
1. IteUtion of
School . Jas I !i ins r
2. Relation of 1
School. J. t I.
pr i; erty for ;
pi act s
a si Ot'
It is a oca
an have t'ae measles but once,
a. a dectrovs that theory.
aa Cay Economist: Tho Dis-,
al w.ii:ip Canal was sold to a North
ii Cucipar.v soiiif weeks ago and the
i- v. a- c.-i.ib ii'.t'i on
i ta li p. .id f--r u is
ors -'. impr ay emer.ts
. 1 ne
a aaii;: ap-ech, and upon lhu gumtilt.re has been no rer
aaaui his age and past . b pain which tho tooth 1
d li. W,
r v law
CltO. Al.I.It.V cT L '
Statesville Landmark: The indica
tions are that quite a number of our
DeoDle will visit New York on the oc-
l.ci . . , , . e
J-lined case of casion 01 tne cemeuu .ou.al.oU -
supposed that a me inauguranou ui -.niUv,
tist, recently performed quite a novel examine our k.
operation for Mr. A. V. Farfes, one 01
whoBe eye teeth was giving him trouble,
having an abscess at the root, causing
fr,lal rmn m 1 o.i nnd makiny the eve
t?"5"-by- , fje water. Dr. Sapp drew the tooth and
s-s.j.oiij. and the Mr parBi looking at the gap it left, ru
will commence pented himself that he had ever parted
': . nSallOual Case Dclra,l thnl- il- ho rtn- hack.
i was State vs. Tfae dntlst accordingly disinfected it,
arson, ills case 5, ,.j ifitr th l.-.n. rf n hour
up. n a plea of guilty by lt oack where he got it. It is grow-
wyer. in a short, - tilf, soreness has cone out of
the nain which tho tooth formerly
,. . he was .sontencc-u to ( caused and it bid8 fair to last Mr. Parks
,;y l .a seven years. ' his lifetime. Our folks are still enii-
aiietin: The brush Sres on grating. In the course of a note Mr.
las lor tho past week have yV B. Hardin writes us from Mast,
exit a-ive. Thece tires at Watauga county, that 50 to 75 persons
sent a be lutiful sight, and left that county one day lsst week for
11 h never tire ot looking at. Washington Territory, cow the State of
1 bogs and cats which showed Washington. Thomas Brotherton. of
e.-ery eveii raeaf being affected with Sharpeuburg township, shot Junius
a-, are; ii .hi;,. v,a re killed at Valleytown Summers last Sunday mcrning, inllict
e. ;',.w a ry.s ugo. Sanie days previous to jng a wound from which he, died Tues
il, i-.-, ime ef tha hags wt-re known to iay afternoon at 4 o'clock. The shoot-
u-.v e been bitten by ft rabid dog. The ;Dg took plack on Brotherton 's own
areiiiiiin irv work taat is being done on : premises. He is a bachelor. Summers
riae Cii .tiaia oaa, Cleveland and Murphy bad a wife and three children and had
ie.ilroa i in ti.ia county is progressing been for five or six years a tenant of
finely, and u
iO frmi 1.0 0 to l.a'ih nun at work cn 8amo let, his wife doing Brotherton 's
thi- road in loss than 6J days. cooking, wasoing and house-keeping.
Charlotte Chronicle: Samuel W. WTil- Brotherton was taken into custody by
- c, of I'.iw Creek township, yesterday Deputy Sheriff Summers and was
t r.sugln hi wife to this city and had lodged in jail here that night,
'rer el lined in the county jail Mrs. .. ..
Wiis m is vi.'ieutlv insane, and she was I JURE WINES AND LIiL'ORS for
,a ,1 ,,.. i oi ta e.w:-iir. a renlv in re- X Medicinal and other uses for sale
gard to her admission to the asylum in ' by
Lock To Your Interest!
Parmers, Country M rchr.nts Bnd the
Trade generally are u.vit. 1 to call and
Dry Goods, Groceries,
lways l.'i-;i 1:1 stock the cele-
State Frit. 011 and Farsona
Boots and Shoes.
apt : v ef Florida
iciit t'y us direct
Every pair w.iraai
We hav a in,.'
Cheroots and 1'
These mm. Is aie
from the 1' .1(1, i v.
K-y" Saulf at M oiuf n tnrer'n Prices.
K:':' ' 1 ouhle to sliow Kooiis.
South Front at.. New .Berne.lV. O.
Ilan (.p. lianti and is rpccivinfr every day
h p! . -1 im n n.'i r I nr v : 1 i 1 h chum hT BAtH.
wouiiin t surprise us to Brothertoi's, living in a house on the hp.tTr w;,i.,,, b,,r..u-. wardrobes,
miitircoi-i-s. (iaiirs, b-utige. sofas, eto..
lie I - a a rc- a ion f borne -made work
of bfd-l.MiiH, eof.i . tables, bureaus,
'. tc, w hich are neat aini i
se6 d w
It'-rlit Do ., ii to JItOCk
Middle sf. New irtne.
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