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INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Zex-zxiai SH.OO Fox- T
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, MAY
Fcr.Yui Strii fc?rtl ' DIjesfisa Disordered Urer.
' BQU ."inr A1X DntTGOISTS.
PRICE , 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prtsar4 eaJr fcj TnOJUJKECHJLl, R4.HIm, Lancashire, Enlaa4.
' B. JPjLLIf & CO., Sole Agents
rottOTTSDmna, a mt caal. t.. ew yoku,
Uho (if you drajrjrist does not kerp trt-m) will mail Breeham's
I&2 oa receipt d prke 4f impurt JLrsL (Please men urn this pafer.)
Tho Llany Friends and Customers
Whm yew get up a racket face
: the mtuta.
YiM.ow fktkb at Rio and San
to, Sooth America.
Jonn II a Y Bueceoda Raid J
ditor of the New York Tribnne.
1 No man has a right to insinuate
I what be dare sot declare.
Donjf Piatt charge John Sher-'
1 man with baying bis way into the
'Co tBLKSTON's saving bank is j
a big iocoeM." Can't New Heme:
I follow Haiti I
Ma. DLAI5K saja iht lor
1 Ornaatatea there Lave been 3,500 j
Don't jnmp into the fire if there '
ia any where else to jnmp. bat if
yoa get ia it fight to the nest ol
THE TIKES ARE 01 T OF JOINT.
There baa been no period in the
history of the world when men we:e
not ready to .iv Tl:e Tinie-s are
out of joint."
That there .ire seasons of peculiar
depression ;ih well as periods of
unasual prosperity cannot le de
nied; but the Times are, under
I'rovideuce, what men make
If tho farmer neglects ; he
arat ion of h H land, ! a: is 1 1
and cultivate his crop, the
"Times" will tx oat ot joint to him,
and that without remedv if the
IlTinr aaax and bo rood Near Berne and in the Wilmington section.
vkoi e are proaJ t aaj, we count among oar many patrona, we joar ability.
watxeiaJIr cll to their attention, that we appreciate their patronage Wk welcome
Xtl4I to na la th paat, and that we shall hoi. 1 oat MOR-K IN-
DCtTEMBSTS TOAN EVEH to merit their confidence in the fatare,
UJ Uat baidea BEING THK AGENTS for
TiocM. UoJt, PUlda, Coats' 3pod Cotoa,' Heaver Creek and BlnfT
MlH Doeaealks, BtarJ Lye and Potash, Lonllatd's Snuff and
Amovrft Cc'a ProTlaiona, nomlord'a Baking rowders,
W carry Floar, Tobacco Sauff, ( oiTe, Sugar, ac, .vc.
And ia Ik DRY GOODS Hoe no boose in this section carries a more
MiSabfe stock to pJaaae the buyer, (a style as well a In price.
JV Drsss Omu. Nodosa White Goods and so on, it will pay you to
coaMdiUa wtu joar tsaie wn mj. mem .u luw.r uu.uk - of ,u joarnalgtic existence. It
K!SWU wt caaoo sap Wyt oor other merchants can- hu7 ia Q honorable and saecess
Fat tb e arw thai it yoa make Tour he arlm arters at our hone fal oe. Congratulation.
yoa will lad ery thing to yoor nottoo.
t7" Good, hooeat goods, inches tn
8UOE3foc Farm aad Psrtor wear.
SEaDT MIDB CLOTHISO-In that
ILMtaraXaroliaa la escct u.
Wins anlt moat anr one: if w' cau't
to this office the
Asbeville Evening Journal, and
judging by its name and appear
snce predict for it success.
A oold mine lately discovered end.
in Franklin county, Virginia,
promises to ''pan oat" better than of joint in North Carolina. Gov
any thiDg ever yet discovered in the ernments, State and national, are
State. in the healthful exercise of their
The Raleigh Evening
has entered npoa the eleventh year
Hill he thfl Next President
the A. & '. C. K. It. .'
Safety demands a change of the
administration of the A. .V' N. C.
K. Ii. The friends of the present
administration have succeeded ad
mirably in establishing the lact
that there is great opposition to
Mr. Bryan. Their labored efforts
to parade the names of the few
friends he has on a petitiou, or on dence of Mr 1;
netiti ns. and a so to secure names A zuvjxw 01
)ialll ou.ij. j 1 u 101 11 vu -
ties and even negro man and
women shows conclusively that
they are aware of the fact that
Governor Eowle knows that there
is great opposition to him-. Gov.
Fowle does know it, and uas'i.iown
it since before the election. How
many men who take an active, part
in the welfare of the Deub cratio
party had to pledge their every
etfort to get Bryan removed if
Fowle was elected in order to get
Democratic votes for Gov. Eowle !
Had it not have been (or J. W.
Grainger of Kinston. and Major
Barrett of Kinston, Gov. Fowle
would have been called on while
speaking at that place to say
whether or not if elected, he would
appoint Washington Bryan Presi
dent of the road. I pledged my-
C-ertainly the Times are not out sell lor the sake of political salety mayoralty thU year. The darbey is a
to use my influence tor a change " J"" r w'l oe.ievpe in I'uciiey s
and I will redeem my pledge.
merchant neglects h:
makes bad deli's and
tlons, t he Times ; 1 1
out of joint as to .!
bankruptcy. S 1 ; is
pursuits and vocations
In reality t lie " run
out of joint and cannot lie The
same God who set the machinery
of the universe in motion still di
rects its course, and we have the
Divine assurance that tiiere will be
seed time and harvest unto the
ie so badly
ive hi in to
:n a!l the
.0KI1I ( VltOLIXA NEWS.
1 rum Hie Slate Tapers.
Elizabeth City Economist: At a meet
ing of the board of riirectL.rd of tin
Elizabfth City Fair, Siturday niyht
last, it wan ordered by the director-,
present that the Eair be held this vear
on the 29th tiO.h an.i Uln days of Oj
to b c r .
Charlotte Xc . : liariars made an
inetfectual attempt to tnt-r the re.-,i-
1 '.jbb la.-t Lixht.
f-rtil'z-'r works, a
SaO.OeO reduction .vorks, ami a bin
Armour meat refrigerator, all iodide of
a week, is pretty i,'ood for 1 Inrlutte.
This town still mov,--..
Twin City I) iiiv- C.pl. U 11. Craw
ford, one of instoriH mimt tiec.ial and
whole simled ciliz- n. and n iromin-iit
dealer in hardware, lei ton l:,:-t tven
ini's train fur Atlanta, (it . where he
will meet Mi-rt A,la Da d ley . of Kan-a
City, with whom he will bi' j jiihM in
the bonds of bolv weal ck tomorrow.
eight or ten mike, and will prove of ( either building, or about being begun;
Kreat benefit to navisators of our and the whole prospect is encouraging.
waters I SABBATH SCHOOLS.
Charlotte Chronicle : In a personal let- The aijent for Sabbath schools, Rev
ter received yeaterdov by a gentleman 1 L. C. Vase, D. D. , reported that there
in Charlotte from Senator Vance, the j were fifty-three schools in the Presby
Senator say s, in reply to a question j tery with 420 teachers and 3,255 bcholars.
about his eight: "The statement which , During the year 166 from these schools
has been going the round, that my re- 1 had been received into ohuroh member
mainicg eye is in danger, I am happy ; ship. They had raisad for their own
to assure you. is unfounded. So far as ' work 81,133, and for the general be
I can now judge, its sight has been , neyolent work &602, for the past year.
Biieugtneneu uy tne removal ot the
berry crop of Sampson county has been
seriously damaged t.y recent forest
fires. Mrs. Francinia K. M..'Koy,
relict (i the late Wiiliarnll. M 'Koy.
and mother of our townsmen, W. B.
and R II. Mck'iy. departed this life
last night at tie r. -iiri-eof hereon
Mr. W. Ii. M.Koy.
Charlotte Chronicle: The Pre-i i en t
yesterday appointed Aithibald Brady
postmaster of Cnarlotte. Trie negroep
are growing restive under the 1 lea that
there is likely to be no conn si for the
other. I suDnsse that tho care which f
have taken to put no strain upon it that
could be avoided, gave rise to the ru
mor. If I can get a complete rest until
next December. I have every reason to
believe that I shall be completely re
stored in bodily health.
R 11. kv Mount Phoenix : Un Tuesday
night last a revival meeting was com
menced at the Baptist church at this
pla-e bv R 'v. J. VV. Powell. He ia as
sisted by Uev. H. W. Battle of New
Herri", who is an earnest and eloquent
divine. Already ninth interest is
man : I'e-t-d . and there will be much
good derived from the meeting. G.
M. S-tz-r. who died last week at China
Crove. made a very peculiar request
sonl. and died
This church consists of a heroic little
band, that is growing under the min
istry of Rev. Rob't Pell. They have
erected a neat church building, an
ornament to the town. But there rests '
on it a debt of Si ,400, which is pressing
them and hindering progress. They
can and will raise 8700 of this amount, J
and an appeal was authorized by the
Presbytery to be made to friends to
raise $700, and start this church on a
fresh career. If thus helped a great
work is before them. Mr. John Hutch
inson, formerly of New Berne, if a
Ruling Elder in this church.
The Synod of North Carol in a is r o-
e ho died, late nad no belief ( posing to round a rresbytenan urphan
in the immortality of the aKe in the State, aDd Orange Presbytery j
protesting against the Pledged its churches to contribute 8500
belief in any hell. The peculiar request ' annually to support it
principle or "mocks ot five. and it
.. . mt. nr.ii i 10 iniuK 01 an election
.wm-u a 'q"uume mau nu where there is only one candidate,
to kinston on that dav when Gov. ,Til) ,. -, ... .
r , , . . . r . 'tj.v 1j.11. uaiini . lue j ill HI LUIS
Visitor . lanctions, and our people are secure towle spoke, determined to make piaCe i3 without a prisoner, it is the
in life, liberty and property. 11,11 commit nimseir, itacKea tip oy nrst time that it has oeen emptv in
r.l.,.. . .1. : . tiK-elTmr.ir.ntl, K" ill. r 1 -Ti ..
i iw: i i r...; a iaitc uumuoi as lie e u mcu lis - ' ....it..r, , , , , , ,,i i. i ai o
a saiuuuuur. iiiiLdit' una iciiiie "
, . . , , . , himself, what was it that deterred
sou invite to laoor, witu tne prom
i of abundant rewards, ami civil
and lo ounces to
Thk Wilmington Star springs
the question, "Is the last of April
j and May good months for digging
line ou'll not find a boose In j op the itreU T" All our cities
should look well to sanitation.
them T I will tell you : It was
ami civil- political safety; We did not know
Ization and refinement throw their how many votes we qpnld spoil ami
enchantments all round. He who n" kpep the Spate nnder white
complains ot North Carolina en- ma?'d rQ,le nd r we ,ha(! n?t for
. . gotten when this fair land of ours
Tironments need not expect to find haJ b,ed at every before Us
colored m in who lives near this place,
lost his barn and all of his corn by fire
last Friday night. Thomas Lix":i.
colored, of this plac. sustained a very
painful injury tne okher day by break
ing two bonea in his right foot.
Greensboro North State: A vicinu
dog attacked a ycnjnt; lady in the col
lege grove last week. What is to be
done with tiie 7. SOD worthless, velmntr.
that he made was that he should he
buried without any coffin.
Rileigh News .and Observer: The
Postal Telegpraph force is in camp
about a mile north of the city, and is
now regularly at work planting poles
for the line. About one mile of poles
have already been put up. The line is
being run north from here to Gaston.
The North Carolina Dental Associa
tion, of which Dr. V. E. Turner, of this
city, is president, meets this year at
Greemboro on June 25th. Dr. Turner
informs us that during the session of
tho Association, which will continue
three days, a dental infirmary will be
opened at w hich a corps of clinical ex
perts of this State and distinguished
practitioners from New York. Phila
delphia and Baitimoae will place their
skill at the disposal of such patients as
Rev. S. O. Hall was chosen Moderator
of this meeting. Reidsville extended a
generous hospitality to the Body, so that
it will be glad to visit the fr.ends there
again and at an early date.
The next stated meeting will beat
Bethel church in Guilford county, N.
C, at 11 a. m.. on Wednesday before
the second Sabbath of Setember, 1889,
i. e., 11th September. L C. Vass
Borrowing Money vs. "On Time."
Jones County, N. C, April 22.
Editor' Journal I notice in your
Weekly issue of the 18th inst. an article
headed "On Time," in which you teli
us something about the cost of buying
supplies on tirne as compared with the
rate of interest charged for money.
You ask "if a man cannot afford to
borrow money at twelve per cent., how
i can he afford to buy anything orf
aaakt yoa m an it to order, sod
ai4 yo are ao money onu
Iyoa eaaaot cosn to K.aston write
aawr all yoor inquiries.
, Yoar tiflly,
we will take jour meuarf, i
it we fail to fit yoa, voa need not take
unconstitutional for any nan to
too, and with pleasure we will . tell lie. Of the three thousand
Sign of the Celebrated Pearl Bhirt.
WAE! WAR! WAE!
THE WAR HAS OPENED OHCE MORE !
j 1 Owiagto the hard time and scarcity of money, I am deterdmine to
faraiah th people the Beat Gooda for the Leaat Money. Now, in
.proof 0 th fact, 1 will quote yoa a few of my price. My atocA or
Clolhlaff ii Enormoua. Men good Blue Flannel Suits as low aa
t3.G9. Alto food Suits for Men at $2.98. Boys' good Saits, from
14 to 13 year, ooly $298. Boya' Knee Sait.s from $1.25 to $1.50.
a aJca tio Ot Men's Sacks and Cutaways and Pnue Albert SuiU,
IX2LT8 I HATS ! 11ATB ! Five hundred dozen Hats, all style
n1 prima. Ifeaa, Boys and Children's Hats from 10 to 15 and 2o cts
GaAraatse to suit yoa la aay kind of Hat.
SHOES, 8HOE8. 8HOK8 ! The Largest and Ist Selected
Stock of Shoes I ever kept. Men's Shoea from 75c. to 11.00. Ladies'
Kid Bat ton Shoe, Wc Lace, T5c to 85c. Also a large stock or Men
m4 BoyV Shoes at prices to idt the thneT Ladies nice Slippers from
TXTBHlSHIIfO GOODS! Men s T odershirts as low as 20 cents
AaksBsibcifjrajr Shirt for 25 cents. A nice Scarf from 10 to 20 centa
AfaHliasof Dry Gooda, Trunka, Vallaea. and other goods top
matroos to raeatioo.
ty Oosne ooe, eome all to WILLIAM SULTAN S, where you will
b trsAted right and get joar money's worth.
Opposite Baptlat Church,
a riaradiun r m nnf t n roimrflmniuo n,.A V. H ir lj.
i - k-. w 1,.,... .... ...o uy democracy, vie uiouKUl mangy dogs which go tax free through
i of a nature too refined and ethereal Gov. Fowle at that time had enough our citv In this citv Vedn-sd:iv
In this ceintennial year it will be ! fof thjg gnblanarv qto. on uis back without giving him any April 24th, Mj r j 8 Jont s and Miss
- more to carry. We did riot want V11IJr' ' aaunwr Hl uie late
The T.mes are not out of joint. hjg 8hot wasJted on ai)V faotioD w P c dlv ; w mar , R
Some men have a cre.it Aversion to .v.:i. i t i j:"u:. Ernest ( aid well, brother of the bride.
'liaeal deSOendentJ" Of the great I , ,, , f t Ull-U l""llc " " assisted by Rev. J. Ht nry Smih, D. D.,
. tl , i forming the acquaintance of work, ranks. And we pledged to the performed the cert-menv.
Work IS the worlds panacea, people mat UOV. fowle would re- Greensboro Patriot: The case of the
Work with faith in God and ''eve them, and I know he is going United States Government vs. ko M.
' to redeem a reasonable pledge made douglas was tried Thursday in the
man, levels mountains and spans for hjffl b Lia lnend8i yerviliarJV Federal court. Judge Bond presiding.
rveans crirAa hrond tn tho hntirrrr t u' v "llhe Jnry brought inaveidict for de-
rt r. civu xcujulibii, n.miii 1 1 1 , i t . . . i .
" 1CUUH L
Roanoke News: We stated last week ! timet" Now, Mr. Editor, you have not
es a current rumor that the Garrett j presented the naatter fairly. You fail
Vmevard, Ringwood. had been sold to J te tel' us that when we go to borrow
the Mass-A rrinpton Gold Mine Com- j money at twelve per cent , that the at
pany. and that the price paid for it was ; torney's fee for writing mortgage, and
?7a 000. The report had no foundation ! te officer's fee for recording papers,
in fac t and we regret having given it 1 a'l to come out of the borrower, runs
nubiicitv. The farmers throughout i the interest un to considerable rhore
thissectionlostall theircornaudfodderjthan twelve por cent., specially on small
last fall by the heavv rains and the i amounts, and the borrower often feels
ever been known to tell a lie.
Thk fountain of contentment
must spring up in the mind; and
he who has ao little knowledge of
human nature as to seek happiness
and clothing to the naked.
Let no man stand idle and im-
A number of persons from
man with his own miserable failure.
Poverty and sloth lie in the hovel,
while riches and industry live in
by changing anything bnt his own ; piously charge God and his fellow
aisposition, wiu waste his me in
fruitless efforts, and multiply the
grief he purposes to remove.
IT Id sudTtoat when Mrs. Harri
son tfrai begin receptions she
shoqkJkafeda with ail rial tors. The
con sequence was her right hand
and arm ware badly awoilen in less
than two weeks, aad she. has had
to resort to the smile and bow in
welcoming all guests.
TaBjpreaent Cabinet seems to
know good thtag when they see
it. Tracy is following in the foot
steps of Whitney, and Proctor in
those of EndicotU NowifHarri-,
son's brain pan stand the pressors;
of Cleveland's ideas the coon try
will be safe.
Oss of the Fiiday afternoon
speeches or oor boyhood contained
tb sentence, "Washington was
left trbifdtess that his country
might call bim father." Judging
by the number of descendants of
the first President who ore now
coming forward, there must 13
nwanuvrcu tun Hiiujy .lvocKciy 11 11 the different churches in the city met at
had not been their only hope. But the West Market "street M. E. Church
It was not their only hope, their mursday night last, for the purpose of
hope was in the pledges that they
choir for the Pearson
received. Jaut woe nnto you
hypocrites, if this promise is not
redeemed, for there will be a time
Tarb oroSjuthemei: The bears still
have not left these parts. J. H. Moore.
livintr An tho nnr.i-icOn diM u nf tVia riror
pioeo. jtuu uus Luaue iviwi uuc i again WDen omcial rooea will come where they were first seen, says that
Of the agents ol His beneficent j home to the people, for re-dis- 1 they have been near hii house. Some
providjence, and no human ingenu ; tribution. Safety ia the opposite of them 'voted Monday. a party of
ity can escape its requirements nor ! danger. Where there is no danger e3 hp 7 been m the a v!
j:(... r , :t v. r . . , , . ; coming mto Palmyra raising disturb-
m ta r tbere ia safety, and surely there is ance8 late Sunday nights, attempted the
..ujto ti.r uiu juiut i" ub uaujjet uuaii cu ueian uy placing 'jime . game last aundajr night, lhey
those who despise Labor, but they a man at the head of this road
are redolent of blessings to tho in-(whose heaat beats warmly for the
auBtrioas, the virtuous and tne whole State, and who loves Eastern
were met with a voHev of eighteen
shots. It could not learned who, if
anybody, was hurt
freshets in the river, and as a conse
quence are' compelled to buy a good
leal more forage than usual.- Last
F riday niht about 10 o'clock Mis Mary
Pierce, daughter of Dr. A. B. Pierce,
went to her room and as she entered
discovered a strong African 6Mor. She
looked under the bed and found a negro
man. Her screams brought her father
to the room, but the negro rushed by
him and bounded down stairs before
he could even be identified, leaving his
shoes in the house. He had evidently
gone there to 6teal but was discovered
before he get away.
Raleigh News and Observer: The
committee appointed to canvass the
city for subscriptions to the cotton fac
tory met yesterday with a number of
business men at the Savings Bank and
reported the result of their labors.
They announced that stock had been
taken to the amount of $42,000.
Yesterday evening Mrs. Laura Jack-
'HARRISOVS 11001)00. "
The New Yoik World says, "The
'Harrison Hoodoo' was one of the
spokes ot the campaign The ex
pression has taken on a new
meaning of late. There lias grown
op a superstitious feeling that the
men Harrison wishes to honor are
doomed to mistortune. Murat
Halsted is very ill, as is also Min
ister to Denmark, Luander. The
son of Thonuis llyan. Minister to
Mexico, haa been arrested for for
geryj Kussell Harrison is under
going the unpleasant ordeal of a
Bon, mother of Mr. George Jackson.
Winston Republican: Winston-Salem- ied suddenly at her son's residence on
ist iuartin street, airs. jacKson was
about GO years of age, and had been
sitting upon the porch for sometime.
She complained of a dull pain in
her . head and arose to enter the
house to lie down, when she fell dead.
In the case of the Buckley Gay
Manufacturing Co., of Grand Rapids,
Michigan, vs. Raney, involving the
ownership of the furniture in the At
lantic Hotel, Morehead City, the jury
last night brought in a verdict in fayor
of the defendant, Mr. Raney.
Wilmington Messenger: The Atlantic
Coast Lftae will sell round trip tickets
to New York, good from April 26th to
May 3J. from this city at 819.25,
NEW BERNE, N. Q.
The Bergner & Engel
' BREWING CO.'S
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 mraUZaTIOHABLY TEE
Finest Beer Extant,
It is brewed from the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Malt and Laazer Hops,
a i heavy libel suit. If this sort of
thing goes on the President will
Onk thousand men employed by find it difficult to overcome the itn
the Allegheny Bessemer Steel ; preesion that his favor brings ill
Wot ks, near Pittsburg, have gone luck."
on strike. They want a wage From the loregmng it would look:
dividend, so to ppeak, from the : to a casual observer as ii "luck" is
greJat Protection victory of last ' against the friedn.ls of Harrison:
November. The Company proposes but a closer inspect ion shows it to
to fight, and is hunting for cheap be otherwise, (inly four mishaps
labor in the Eastern markets N. nmong the immense number of
THK Secretary of State of Ilh
n ois has issued a license of incorpo
ration to a company with the
following extraordinary name :
United States Vogal Kazophone
and Electrical Microphone Trumpet ris0D
Aacaatic Electromoter Tower Musi
cal Car Distance Loud Speaking
Transfer Instrument Company,
, capital f0.',(XK),(KO, to
anufacture instruments, rent
jHjJ rights and privileges, incorporators,
Harrison's friends '.
If anything is shown by this ex
tract from the World, it is that no
station can give i m mun i ty lr.nn the
ills of life. Mr. Halstead and Mr. of present administration
Wm. Vogel, Adolph Gay, Hicbard
highly recommended for its TONIC and NTT- h. iakm
. I ii 1 1 lla-I "THK natural soap mines vf
TBITIYE qualities. Owens Lake, Cal., are thus ac-
Tm alh reputation en.oytd by the I. EHG N K K & ENGEL counted for by one of the company
. ........ , K ..ivtjt ivr- ni'iiT now working there : He savs that
)UPAKT ta do to th fact that omy '.tie MM.ST AND Br.iJT
vs.. .at the walr8 0f the iafce contain a
MATERIALS are osu aaJ taai tne greats; smll sna i, Attr,
ar xrtsrd daring IU msjurretuns. jyt dwtf
Agent and Battler. New Berne. N. C.
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Livery Stable.
. " '1
1 lor .
:. i Maid,
I ... xnutAatlr reeivinr shipment
.wkiak ar' sl-l hy m ii.JMi aJ ly wtttl irT"- "
mmwrnkm f J.! oalv With rliibl mn, inJ
OvadsOok. W01 take pUaaor ia shing ? on through my Suble. ind
'road Street, New Berne, N. C.
strong solution of berax and soda.
In these waters there breeds a
grub that becomes a fly. The thes
die in the water and drift ashore,
covering the ground to the depth of
a foot or more. The oily substance 1
of the flies blends with the borax
and soda, and the result is a layer
of pure soap. Thsse strata repeated
from year to year, foim the soap
mines, whsre large forces of men
are now employed."
At a mass meeting of citizens
of Fayett villa it was resolved by
acclamation to celebrate, in hand
toms style, the centennial anniver
sary of the ratification of the Fed
eral Constitution by North Caro
lina, which event took place in
that town, the State capitol, Nov.
I'J, 17S9. The following wah unani
ruoosly adopted with much cheer
ing: Resolved, That it is our
earnest wish, rvs we believe it will
b of the overwhelming mass of
Knandcr are sick, not because liar-
appointed them foreign
Ministers out oecatne a. men they
have violated the laws of health
and snfTer the eone.ueiices It
Mr. Kyau's son is a forger, the
elevation of his father makes his
crime more conspicuous, and that
is all. It Kussell ilarriMin is in
volved in a libel suit, it is bet
of indiscretions committed before
his father became President : or on
account of pers nal characteristics
entirely his own. It is a good in
dication when men are held respon
sible for their condui t, whatever
may be their social relations or fam
i ily connections.
The Sovereign Kubr of the
i universe is no respec er of persons,
j Punishment inevitably follows the
violation of natural law. and society
can never raach its supreme eleva
tion until tho laws of society are
l enforced against every culprit, re
gardless of past associations or
The forger must suffer the penal
ty of his transgression, in order
that honest men may be secure in
the fruits of their labor.
The slanderer mnst be held up to
odium and scorn, or the poison
nnder his tongue will infect society,
and wither the (lowers that bloom
around us and make fragrant our
There can be noexi ti-e for crime,
and it there is to be a distinction.
the higher the social position of
I arnlina aa Kia H rvo Kimnnlf A
, ... , . . j I ucb re i cn n u un CriDoae, snipped
man whose public record is the de- here from New Berne. At the con
light of this whole district. His j firmation services in the Moravian
friends are proud of hilil and hia Church last Sunday three candidates
political enemies, for he haa no 1 were baptized and one received into
others, admire him. And ia po - ! E?embersh,p by rite of confirmation.--,
... i f . ., , . . loe Centenary M. h C-burch is soon to
htical safety the only safety that begraced with a 83 500 organ .With Prof
demands a change T Alas, no; and j Bedee to manipulate the keys, the at
I grieve that safety demands the tendants at that place of worfhip may
sacrifice that 1 must make in rt8 expect some excellent music,
half. Enmity to Mr. Bryan all! Wilmington Star: Charleston straw-
along the line demanda his removal. ! berrie3 are selllK here at 35 and 4"
i. . . , . cents per quart. Berries from the
It was enmity to him that placed truclt 'farnla ar.umi Wilmington will
Obstructions On road bed more than be in market next week The survey
once, which hazarded the safety of ing party which started out a short
every one that waa on those trains, time since on the W. O. i.X. C. rail- and from tioldsboro at $16.75. Ini
Thia last assertion is based on the roa( have located a portion of the line, provements are the order of the day all
' f . , f beyond tbe city limits, and work on the over the citv. We expect to see Wil-
t xpresseu opinion Ol rauroaa Ol- ; con8truction of the road will beein in a mington make greater progress this
nciala and the people ot the com- , week or two, it is stated. Mr. Whiting, year than has been her record since the
munity where the daatardly act was i the general manager of ?he company, city was founded. The work of
committed. And it was sure! V : '9 in Onslow, making arrangements for grading the Wilmington, Onslow and
right of way and con trading for the d e- Last Carolina Railroad is to be com
livery of cross lies. menced in the next ten days, and will
Ashevibe Citiz-m: Jesse IVter.-on, a be pushed vigorously till the entire line
white man charged with the commission a completed. Major Arnold, of tne
ot a murder in the lower part of Madi
son county, was placed in j nl here for
safe keeping, by otlicers from that coun'
ty last evening. Two countrymen
were in the city ye-eerday with a snake
that had two heads where one only
should have been In tho-ie two heads
were two perfectly developed tongues
which darted forth with lightning
rapidity every moment or two. The
reptile was about twelve inches in
length, and was of that specie? known
as " blacksnak e. "
Washington Progre-s: The protracted
meeting at the M -thodist church closed
last Wednesday niyht. Tnirty-one
were added to the church as a result of
the meeting. There were two vessels
surely cannot be that the people . 17th in8t and went pleceg- and not a
are tired of the railroad: if they man was saved. The vessels were not
ignorance or bad management on
the part of the administration that
kept the perpetrator's neck froir.
No railroad can afford to have
enemies along its line. It wants
friends instead, it needs them every
hour. It was not enmity to the
road bed, or malice against the
iron of the road, or desire for re
venge on the cross ties, that caused
thirty Democrats to go the polls on
frbe sixth ot last November and
vote for Dockery, saying we must
have a change. (My informant ot
last fact alluded to was a Demo
cratic judge of election and a f riend
What is the reason for all this?
were tired of having a railroad near not known. The prisoners made
them they could move and get away another attempt to break jiil Sunday
Why are they so exasperated?
Is thre any doubt about what is
the matter? 1 think not. It is
enmity to President Bryan a de
sire for his removal. Gov. Scales
iuse ignored their wishes, but they in
tend now to be heard.
Why is it that President Bryan
has so many enemies ? This I will
attempt to answer in my next.
I To he Continued.)
1 r ia easy to work off the few
Democrats who obtained office
tinder Cleveland. The great army 23 months was said to be?
of hold-over Republicans is the in
cubus that now roosts on the stom
ach and crushes the hopes of the
office-seekers. Louisville Courier-Journal.
night. They had removed anme of the
tloor under the lodging place and when
it was found they claimed tiny had
been looking for a rat.
Concord Times: Prof. J. W McAnuity
has already been cifercd 2 Oije for tbe
patent right of his new plow i v ,-n : i .n.
but he says he looks higher thru that
It is said to be an excellent plow.
Uncle Robert McCre. one of our well-to-do
. industrious colored colored citi
zens, has in his possession a time-piece
of "olden time. " It was made by Silas
Hoadly. About the year 1790 Martin
Cook, grandfather of our citizen. Mr.
Billy Cook, was agent for these clocks,
and among his sales was this one.
Charlotte Democrat: The legitimate
expenees of the paid tire department for
Charlotte has four cotton f.icu rie. two
irom works, the roller miils. planing
mills, knitting mills, spoke and handle
works, brick and tile works, bagging
factories, clothing factories, etc.
Three little negroes near Stewart 's pond
jumped on a little son of Section -Mister
ordinance department of the United
States army. 'and now on duty at Fort
ress Monroe, arrived in the city Thurs
day a i i-i will return to Norfolk this
afternoon. He was accompanied here
by Sergeant Stokes, end came to ar
range for the construction of the coast
battery which the Federal government
will establish at Wrightsville for the
Fur the New Ueksk Journal.
This is one of the five Presbyteries in
North Carolina. I: embraces most of
Eastern Carolina, and rrfns along the
northern portion of the State to Surry
Reidsville. where we met, is a flour
ishing tobacco town with a population
of 4.000. It has grown rapidly. There
are here some seven or eight tobacco
factories which employ perhaps more
ing two hundred. Two ilouring miils as eight per cent, than to buy on time
are also in active operation. Many There is always abundant competition
beautiful residences adorn the town, for cash trade: a man with money in
with ample grounds highly improved his pocket, if he is he prudent, can buy
, ,,f inm dav rn the streets, and some i 10 great advantage
that injustice is done him. We do not
complain of the position you take in that
article, but you ought to give us all the
facts. One Who Has Borrowed.
We are glad our friend has called our
attention to this matter; glad, because
whenever we can givs onr farmers any
light on a subject that will be of aid to
them in prosecuting their calling the
most honorable and useful of any on
earth we cheerfully do it.
In writing the article "On Time" our
object mainlywas to show what a vast
difference there was in the interest
paid by buying goods on time and pay
ing interest on money. We were not
particular as to the exact amount of in
terest charged by the banks.
Now we wish to tell our farmer
friends something that, perhaps, many
of them are not aware of. It is true
that for many years the National Bank
here charged eighteen per cent, per
annum for money, and the attorney's
fees and cost, of papers being added,
really made the cott of the money to
the borrower something near twentyfive
per cent. A few years ago the rate of
interest was reduced to twelve per
cent., but still the cost of papers and
attorney 'a fee hadto be added, which
run the co6t of the money to a higher
rate than twelve per cent.
We are happy to announce to our
farmers and men engaged in other busi
ness that there has been quite a change
in the charges for money at the National
Bank of New Berne. The bank is now
owned almost entirely by stockholders
who have an intesst in tbe community
and know that their prosperity depends
in a measure on the prosperity of the
community; in ether words they have
an interest in common with the people
of this section of the State. Money can
be obtained there on long or short time,
small or large amounts, at tight per cent,
per annum, but the security must be un
questioned. A note with good personal
security will be discounted at eight per
cent, per annum, and there will be no
cost for attorney fees or recording
papers. If a mortgage is given to
make the security good of course the
borrower pays the ccst of recording tbe
papers, but the attorney fees have been 1
almost practically abolished, the fee
being so small as compared with former
fees and the bank bearing its proportion
of such charges.
Now we submit the question to the peo
ple who occasionally have to tiorrow or
buy"on time"if it is not better to borrow
money, where it can be obtained as lo.w
1 Or i . Iri'.uit fnrm
THE LAXATIVE and N UTRIT IOU8 JUIOS
i I up
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combine, 1 ii, tho medicinal
Vii tins ot plant . km , n to be
I""' ! bench'-. d in the human
Vv-'o ::i, . m:-:::; an agreeable
and 1 '!i '.!'. i i at i ve to j erma
nently ouo H.ibitual Consti
pation, and tin- many ills de
pending on a v ak or inactive
comb t a in ot 1 he
KIDNEYS, LIVER ftND BOWELS.
Ill' '. ;:c r t r i 'I'-p'rcwi'vlnnwritl
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
W ,ri. i iic i ' or i urnopaled
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP.
HEALTH and STRENGTH
NATO HAL 1 FOLLOW.
T.vcrv '-n. ii'-nig it nnd all are
delighted with it. v
A:.K YOUW OHU'iOIST FOH
SYHUP OF FIGB
MANUF ACTUrfEB ONLY PY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Louis', :ur. nr a: iv york. n. r
onr in n .a CatarrH
fres, A lluj-h
Hutu and in
flamm a t i o n.
Heals ( (-
8 r ; s . It -!
Senses o J
Taste a n d
Try 7, .ur HAY-FEVER
A parlw in is applied into earn noatrll and
is HKreemile. I'rl.-ws'jo i-enln t lriiirlt; by
mail, realmereil. IV) rti. F.l.Y HROTRKR8,
6 Warren Hirer I . New Yurk Ianl5dwly
SASH, L00BS AND BLINDS,
GLASS AND PUTTY.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER
And 8 11 Kinds of
At Bottom' Prices!
L. IJ. CUTLER,
26 & 28 Middle Street,
NEW HKKNE. N. O.
CORN! CORN! CORN!
W. P. BURRUS & CO.,
AND GRAIN DEALERS,
NEW HKKNE, N. C
Consign us your produce.
but the man who
f the private" residences and churches gives a mortgage for goods denies him
self the benefit of competition; pays
whatever he is charged .anddon'tknow
really how much interest he is paying
for the accommodation.
cames of Davis School
On iu Oklahoma they build a
hotel for the tired traveler while he
waits, Things rush. Guthrie be
comes a el tv with lo.OOO inhabitants Thursday and Fruiay
, j.-.,i i; games were the most
ill t iicij, uuiuo a uiuuiuu'wi -w L J .-
at which 10,000 votes are cast, and
sets the machinery of local govern
ment :n motion at odcc. Post.
Joe Lawinir of the Carolina t
Road, and beat him with -ticks and cut preach in the Randolph field
him with a r.,zir They were arrested.
are also en jay ing tms powerrui illumi
native. A paid tire decartment with an
expensiveSilsby fire engine is employed
for defence against tires. But I was
awakened one night with the glare of
lire in the wiudows of my room about 3
a. m. The engine failed to work and
about .aO 000 worth of property was
destroyed. If the wind had blown a
large portion of the town would have
bceu in ashes. Comparatively littlfe in
surance wan held in the district Buffer
ing. But the buildine-s were of a dan
ttercus character for the most part, and
the town will eventually be Improved
by the present loss.
SESSIONS OF PRESHYTERY.
About ot Presbyters were present.
Rev. C A. Hough was received from
Florida into membership. Fie will
"Canada puts up the bars,
l'.oodlers now there may stay but
she wants no more of them."
the criminal the severer
A Woman' DlicoTtry,
"Another wonderful discovery Las been
made ami that too by a lady in this county.
Disease fastened its clutches upon her and
for seven j ears she stood its severest tests,
but her vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly and could not
sleep She bought of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
and was so much relieved on taking hrst
tbe peopU of the State, that the , tbe puniahment but, there should
Uan. JetTeraon Davis, the venerat- i no distinction, and the punish-
. . . , , . . ment of crime should be prompt,
1 ex Pridnt of the (-onfederaf . ... 1 'l'l,,rL-
States, and the nnwavenng friend i thVi t , e dose that she s ept all night and w,tn one
' mean that there is to be no mercy, bottle has been miraculously cured. Her
and lileloni champion of tha , The highest mercy is in the execu name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus wrote
Constitutional liberty, may be tiou ot the law, for without law c H.mnck i l o , ot stiemy, . .
Uet a trial bottle at n . . juuuv s w nuie
ladaced to officiate aa chief orator
on the occa&ion. Columbia Record.
society is at an
chaos and rain.
d, and all is
lie and retail drug store.
? W per dozeD,
iuc 'essf u I ever
held at the institution. The records
were line. The ad lrfss of Mr. Creek O.
Andrews, city editor of ti e Rileigh
News and Observer, was excellent.
Wednesday at about 12 o'clock Mr.
Thomas Wooten. who livts about six
miles from the the village, had the mis
fortune to have his hou-e destroyed by
tire. The kitchen took fire from a de
fective hue. We ey mpatbize with Mr.
Wooten in his los-c We are glad to
learn that the house was insjred.
Washington Gjz-tte : We are informed
that the churches of Washington have
raised all assessments levied upon ihem,
and that all are entirely free from debt.
This is a good show ing for C d's work.
One niht last week our esteemed
fellow citizen. Mr. Brad Morton, took
by acci lent an over do-e of some opiate
and was seriously alTeeted for awhile.
He has recover' I now. how ever. For
the informatH n of muriners wo will
stitethat anew lulit has been estab
lished on the shoals ell Pamlico Point
It consists simply of a pile la feet above
water with a powerful lantern on top.
The light can be seen for a distance of
An old physician, retired from practice
having had placed in ids hands by an Fasi
India missionary the formula of a simple
vegetable remedy for the speedy and per
manent cure of Consumption. Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat nnd laing
Affections, also a positive and radical cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous
Complaints, after liaing teste'd its won
derful curative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by tins
motive and a desire to relieve hum, in suf
fering, I will send free of charge, to nil
who desire it, this recipe in German,
French or English, with full directions for
preparing and using, t-ent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, naming thb paper.
W. A. No YES, 149 Power's Block, Roches
ter, N. Y. novl wly
P. McCorkle will occupy the churches
of Lexington and Hi, h Point.
Rtv. Messrs. S. H. Cheater and H. T.
Darnall, and Ruling Elders J. A. Wo
mack and John McKiver were chosen
commissioners to the General Assembly
which will meet in Chattanooga in
There ate eleven candidates for the
ministry, two of whom are colored.
Since the spring meeting a new church
has. been organized at Elizabeth City,
and called the Cann Memorial church.
Mr. K T. Lamb was chosen ruling'
elder, and Mr b. L bneep. deacon. A i TTT fl i. - -u fTlArlrc; lPTTTP I TTT
1862. EATOfi 1888.
HAS A FINK STOCK OF
The World Stands Aghast
AT MY l,OW ritI(JK8,
And wonders. How is it that I can aell
80 much lower than anv one else?
I'll tell you: I have determined to be
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 Herne, N. C.
GEORGE ALLEN & GO
Agricultural 1 m p 1 e m u l .
Plows, IliirrowK, Cultivator,
Hwit und Axes,
Wood's MiiHf rn and Itoaperit,
Cotton Gins aiut IrHHe,
FertilizerH.-1.auil EMiismt, Knintt
Mechanics Tool-, and Hardware,
Lime, - Brick, cnxMit. Piaster
Hair, Paint, K alsoni ine. Var
nish, Oil, Olass. Putty and Hair.
Freezer, Kelrijrersitors. Oil
Cook Stoves, lairckd Iturtrlar
Proof Sash hockn, warranted to
give security and satisfaction.
iHit;i:s VKitv low.
JK.. A LI, I.N M CO.
AND PLATED WAKE-
beautiful new church building has been
nearly complet-d .
Another new church has been organ
ized in Guilford county, and called
DA VII 'SON COLLEGE.
President J . H. Shearer gave a cheer- I keep a larger stock of Spectacles Thei'n s
irig statement of the wide enlargement than any other store in North Carolina- , A per (! m k
of the literary and scientific curriculum I take particular pains to fit them to the (j.,,' h".,."V
ot toe college, putting ii. uuqutsuuuouij tjyua ui pai uen ucpuiug mem.
in the front line; also of the enthusiasm
kindled among tbe students by the' Having worked steadily at the b'mh
present svstem of historic study of the for over thiny years, I believe 1 cin ric
English Bible. ; as good work as any watchmaker in the
home missions. 1 State.
General home evangelistic work has COME AND SEE ME.
made much progress. New renters SAM. K. EATON,
have been made for earnest and sue- Middle street,
cessful work: seyeral churches are Opposite Baptist Church. fe!2 dwtf
Go to F. S. DUFFY
tORl (id iRT,
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DEUGS & MEDICINES LEEAP FOR CASE.
In ihe city.
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