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IXDEPEXDENT 1 1ST ALL THInC.
vol. xi r.
NEW HKKNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, MAY b
B BBSS' .aw 4
II v HI! I sn M HI HI 1 ',.
but ter. chees
. . .. tk.
fif .n mb M Vta4 ta4 PMa la M ttaaMoa, liaa H iKrH. IMtfia
r Til fi lteeaa ma. 04tari frt
UTttmTl niri'--rV' "T tSt W1U. UW
TTUX STU'JICH; UiPllRH) DIGESTION; EHSORDERED LIYBj;
fi PLlr L- CM4aataa : brtnc"., k J ! laaiti
I ii m7a - -- UH IMI5 0 MLU.IM tia ' - erf l!w Vma ftamt
rrT-tytlrin-li . ii nTar t - iin r oc' lh tr-
ZLJiZl&ri IUCMI1 KU.S tu THE UWUCiT uaVm
UK. & ALU
TOL MAIL BUOUrS PILLS Off RECDPT Of PRICE 25 CF.NTS A L
The Hany Friends and Customers
rou n t
w s b .i '. i
. ..'i.n Vi'!n)D,
i :i v I'i'r ii', e
t he:r patronage
..a' MOliK IN
a n 1 lilutT
Uia ux i ' . t N
WMo re proad to
apeclallj call to tUeir i(ic;io(i,
xto4il to oa iq tb p:. "1
nnnRMKMTS THAN KVKK :o
ud thAt beM BEING THK A(iKNTS I r
Tlo. JI. Holt Plaid, Cot .3xol C'' i
Mtlta Doaaeatie, StrJ ! IVtx-b I
Armoor& t'o-' rnjutioo-, Hors:or l -Wt
CTTJ noQT, Tobcco, Snuff. " ff, S : s . r
Aii JO the DRV (HH)DS itrsf ti" bon..' ; .1
Mitabie ttoek to Lia ta lc r, :i '.
For Drea Goolt, Notions Wht ;"!
eoata ditaac itb joar lul md 1
What w cjonot ni ij, ur "'!: r
Bat th ebjica are that il 500 mikf
joavlll 8al rythm to your 110:1."'
K7" God, hoorat gtxx)., '6 iro' r :
8UOCS for Fra and Parlor a-nr.
HAOr MADE CLOTtllSO In m.i:
tera Crolw to eirrl a.
Wceavo toit aiont aar oae -, if - nu't
Biaka joa a soit to orvWr, anl 1! l i i
aad joa are no meoej oat.
If Tea eiiBAt coo to Kon(n i "
aaatver all yoar toqairka.
Ds 1 UITi'ltABD of Wiim.an'on,
ba gone North to hve hi l-e e
treated." His many friends wish
h; m a sM'm1 y rii-iverv.
Uny. William H. r.AENrn,
chairman ol '.he DemocrrUir Natiou
1 ( 'oui in 1 1 tpf, difd Use TietUy at
b: hoaif in Connectieot.
Tl!K W'et'klv Kt-iew of Trade
:iif 1 Sv K (V. I ir.in Ct,, ha
tht-rv i mnrt' ground than usna! to
look I ir J. f.tr ol tr.itKv"
Mi; I H.l M HKlil. IN and his ile
are guent of t.ie-n 'ictoriik at
Wuiyor ( a; le. Mr-. Chanihor
lain it a tlaiihtt-r ol ox Set h'ljri
of W ar Kndicott.
MlSS linsK EI.I7AIIKT1I Cl-KVK
I.AM is Komg atiroad iu June, mid
;' r::rr.'red tint ho accepted a
ition in ouug woman'.-i hoard
ing school in London.
John Wan-amakke, the lt-ma-Hter
(ieneral nd the "t'lT nier
a rd - I ' 'a
: ha- ' ;
ace i -1 : -
III ih- c
V 1 1
: , . i 1 : a ;
! . . :i
s y 11 t
e t c.
" 1 '. v : 3 in
to make a
our common wealth, as well as to
lurnish a large ami growing de
mand lor correct statistical infor
mation of our agricultural inter
estH, which at present is very in
a d ( i p 1 a t e . "
e should fed in terestod
ities, and endeavor to
correct aad lull ; so as
creditabla showing for
h o on 11 1
I m pa' .el:
1 es h
nf t he State of Penns 1
;1 bo the next I're.-Mdent of
States. Jerxt-v Shoe "i
wiii iay you to
' r - ho p; : n in
ou r honse
; ;.ot find a hooae in
t.-t - ) our measoiT.
, i u nt'f ntt take
v a n i a
Mrs II. KV HI AN" I) li.M gan.ed
exactly Diue Kandfl in rlesh since
she rjmt nhaktng hands as a ha-i-nejw,
and Mrs. Harrison has lost
three pounds since she commenctil
; he has: nfs..
All the features ol the great
ceutennial programme in New
York were sacwMfully carried into
(fleet, locladiog the parade of
."kJ.UOO troope under review of 1'resi
Dr. James McKfk has gone to
Morehead ( 'ity to make a sanitary
inspection of the Atlantic Hotel,
and tiave effected everything Dects
ary to tboroagh ventilation, clear,-lines-s.
et c Kaleigh Daily Call.
I, : a; - i 1
h.H lie ill i '. . -five.
Uair. . - ;
pour ' v - :
the I :r.:. d S
ill a i a n .-1 i iii
Mime a :r: lie
T tr s : s mi i'
ju-t pi ;dr .-l c
to be 1 ; e c a ::
tate ag.i: n-t
in repud: a' : :
,lr t ua ' ed i 1 ; 1
personal i a.o: ,
impost d b h. i
the no': is i's ol
bet- n w h a ' t Ii t
towai ds 1 h.dleN
that iial, oliiai
r. u - ins 'in- i
pud i a! t d t he g! '
NN'est T Let in m
In a let ter t o a
u t- r t
, . w
: n g
i , 1 1
n 1 1
it' e t hat M r
: ' al
: i : a n
i a lies
e. w e
;il f". nv.is
derat ions tif
ebl ,gat ions
tat a al. Let
the gir.lt 0'
!.d c Ii ' To-
In i i
h!ir ;t-d IVarl Bbirt.
K1N3TON, N. C.
WAR ! WAR! WAR !
THE WAR HAS OPENED ONCE MORE !
Oviag to the Lard tim and scarcity of mooey, I am deterdmine to
faraih t&epecpfo the Beat Ooodi for the Least Money. Now, in
proof the fact, t will quote joa a few of my price. My Stock of
Clollllllf; ia Ennrmoa. Men's li'ue Ktanutl Suits as low aa
3.99. jUao good SaiU for Men at $2. 99. Hoys' gonl Saits, from
14 to 14 jearvoalj $2 98. Boy' Knee Suits from 1.2 5 to $1.50.
lao a aie Ba ! Mea'k A.tU and Cotaw s and Prm- Allwrt Sait.s.
HATS ! HATS! HATS! Five handed .loen H.rs, ail style
aoj pneea. Mejt Bojt aa4 Chifcirea' Ha-.s :"-m ;o to l", and Jo ct
Gmaraat to aaii joa id asj kta4 of Ua'
IIIOSS, 8I1(S:T, SlfoBS I The L rA and I'-m; Selected
Stock of Shoea le-rer ktpt. Men'a Shoes from 7.V. to f ! h Ladiee
Kid Battoo Sioaa, Mc Iac, 73c to S. Alao a Urge of Men
4 Boja' Shoe at prices to n!t the time. I.-die nice Slip; ers from
rUBHXSHIKO GOODS ! Wer.'s Cnder,!. rt- s v a, ... rent-
A Ealbrifxaa Shart foe 23 ceq'ui A nice w-f :r w. i to ..it -en-.s
A fall liae oCDry Qoodi, Trunks, Valiaei, acd other -oods too
BaaMroas to aeotiao.
C3T 0 one, eotae all to WILLIAM SLI. TAN'S. h.
W UeaCetl right aad jet yoar mone's worth.
Opposite Daptltt Church,
Mr. Hii!cN v,
THE Woman Suffrage League of '-Perhaps thsrt
New York State, passed a resolu
tion protesting against the "glar
ing injastice of excluding women
! from any share In the public pro
CeedingTi of the centennial cele
STE CnABI.E.S r.USSELL's al
lasion to America as '-that greater
' IftnlanH a iram ' lm bo a a " la nf rft.
minder that there are more Irish
men in America than there are in
Ireland. And he might have added
that England is to blame (or ft.
A BFRLPr dispatch, Apil Wth,
(Ays: "Mr. George II. Bate, the
American member of the Samoan
Commission and Lieutenant Parker
weVe refned admission to the ex
hibition opened by tne Emperor
today, because tbev wore frock
coats instead of dreas coats.''
conn try nn ho h as
twenty n ears as 1
and cry on me 1
not seem io h t i :
tO Hi Og!, .'a II. t
tan re, and ei i:
take dinner at the NY
might be expected.
with withholding lh
dent act u.r ly rt ta i ll
the civilities f - ol.il
Mr. Harrison is coal, ;
that he is ju.M, anj he
a band mi a t'rin.d :;:.!
was a shadow it .i :.
r in an ol the
.M'l-.ilv tor l.'.UiM'il
Ii ;,-iid hi 1 iiiliana.
or. c In thv
i i:,i.c!i for
g the List
mis noNvn in
st artt d the hue
other I'.r.N does
at he can allonl
as an iiiapiain
ipitnth' I don't
('KM l.NMAI, CK1.KI5K V I'll) V.
The centennial celebration of the
in aur.r i.'ii of Washington as the
st lh i-.-oleiii of ihel'mted S'ates
: lie .'.Is of Ncnv Y oi k, o i, : in , ar h
April, was in all respects a
spl rii il ; il success.
The in.htary d:s, Ir, w as the
grandest of modern times, and the
civic ceremonials were alike worthy
of a great people celebrating the
birth-day o( a magnificent 1' v ''
lic. All the States and Territories
were represented and shared in the
honors of t he occasion .
We can not gi ve a iiet.ul- ! aa.
i'i u :. ' of great e a I. ' ; :i our
; a' a 'Il al h 1 tol . because t." ! he
multitude and variety ol incidents
l n v 1 1 1 ed.
Cmi'llinr 11 ill deliver, d t he ad
dress of welcome, but the gu-at
.MX'ceeh of the day. w as made by
Hon. Chauncy M. Depew. I.L.I).,
the regularly elect ed orator of the
da . As )r. 1 epov'sorat ion will
go into histi iy as a nia.-t -rpit ce oi
American e h q ue n ce, we give Lis
concluding paragraphs, regretting
tha' we cannot i ep: d uce t he w hole
irlili ess :
"The ll.uver of Ihe Nouth of ; lu
nations d Continental 1'Tinape ure
conscripted from productive indus
tries and drilling in camps. Vast
aimies stand in battle airaN al 'ng
t he 1 ron t icrs, and a, Kaiseids nn h i in
or a .Niinisiei s misuse ina pie
the t ;
ii, a Ii
Ui a! i
m I kc
I In a ti
sp.ea k ; ii g
the p c t 1 1 1 . i ; !
man .' D.d
''ii your Lis;
mean. ' i; ,r
at Mdiiad .'
you made ' 1
while Me p
a p,ir! v : '
i if v.:
t:ia pes; p
i ; i .
!' 'i ' a . i In,., i 'A a l ic a.is;: nl men a r I
" ' 1 ii- 'i ' ' t i a '' "en i . and that hk ii h
inipi ssia!,- f, r iin- hall to li'il l th. rn, the
meet ilk; was adjourned to llm open air.
The rcAvd in attendance was ')u.t en
thusiastic over the idea of r-rn irnt n n .
and u is said hundreds of them would
laave at once if the word were given.
Mr. David J. (Jreer, opp of the old
est citizens of thin citv. departed this
life last night at 10 4a o'clock at his
residence on Seventh street, betwe.n
Princoss and ('hentnut. The deceased
was in the ?4th yp-xv of his ago. and
leaves a wife and one child, the fitter
of whom is Mrs. T. (..'. ('raft.
Wilmington Star: Announcement c
made that tha Ladies' Memorial Asso
ciation have purchased a plot of ground
in Oakdale Cemetery to wbiah they
ii nervous n.nnt0A .u ...i.:..i, ....: ,
, . n I.,, oumiri B v mull HI IHJUl"!
h- result of over- in the public part of the cemetery. It
- . . iuh ui iuii tu rut tone lilt )idi t'
and nrohnhlt- tn r..t , 'rz-.r. i , ... .
'd upon our the ground. The plot 'is local, d near
the gates A horse runaway with a
cart cn S uth Front street yeteraav
afternoon, and the driver, Mr I, II. u
itt, of Masonboro Sound, was pitched
out and thrown against a tree n c.r the
market house. Mr. Hewitt wis no
seriously shocked and bruised as to rt -quire
the services of a physician, tut
recovered sufficiently to btieniblcl to
. .late: Tiie potato
,! Bred in this sec
t .-iatr.es y .u must
t attention. The
meetings has sr--ce
I m po -ilioa this
i 1 tarn th.it the
. rii.r.y Methodist.
' ir L. I a, -d pastor,
ten a vacation this
-' ..i him a purse
: ' defray h is ;x --.
'- Sunday School
IS -..ry i
no w- h, ;
W i i.i. (1
in os ol
t h nafiil in hi
r t.-ic riiriio .
i "i A r.egro woman
: ::..! Toe-day by the
a.na ea.-,t or. the Wil-
-- bey ond S e I m a .
.eiiart having noticed
h t La 1'cre a great twit
cue overhead caused
i f birds living northward,
rtbeli' iicinps and could
.- C'-1 m th.e electric light.
ro Ar, us: The water in both
a oeii-c riv rs in this vicinitv
ng to the recent heavy
country. A freshet is
e are live young foxes
for and bc hooled for
I i I'i'jrl f n T no
m i iou8 JUlOE
' ' ' : i a 1 ii itial
.'.ii to lc
-! ll.-M t'ill.lf
' . 1 1 1 i K-nna-
. ; t'onsti-
il Is de
- : ::..c 1 1 ve
KIDNEYS, LH'EP, AS;D BOWELS.
The Fifth Ward Republicans.
At twelve o'clock Thuisday the
i '..I,, .,i,-d
r. w :
ward R publicBDB, or about three di ya n
of them, assembled io a small bu i Id ing
on gueen street for the purpoHe of nomi
nating a candidate for councilman.
rccrong .aiabties by Mr. Will' Win. Orumt the faithful pressman of
h;:!-: r . t i i n t-r :u fos hunter and gen- : the Jccknal, was honored with the
i.i. . ..-piie. or oi t:; ponUiir Arlington
' die-cry Hotel.
JRt O'-OCO, :.r.- i:L3iliNC SLCIP,
!-' ".L ? ' e a STrrt.'CTH
"J L ;TfI ' C-Jt-' FIGS
Il ill I
in ;. a v : -odd
d he h.ol
-1 cond s ,
111. u ;
lows: T t
blown c i . i
there l- n
i i r i. ? '
W i , : ' h
co v. r d
' eight i
mage 1 1
i it-1 i:
: . and a:
i p . t te i y
v t r t
destruct in c Nvar
ib - ne i
i i! a i i
ha-, e. !
JUb t l'l 111 i h
much of tie
Mr. U. P.
Cir. d he S
Oil tic- top si
bio t n da u
t .lolcr s
in iri i r v
rv a;i I
-( m ;
: is admitted
wo '.Id never
- t; re if t here
NEW BERNE, N . C.
J. W. STEWART,
Sale aud Liverj
Fine Horses and Mule alw ays :i h :i an
diapoaed of on eaay terms.
I kare on hand a d amber of Fin.- re vm - , th n ,.a- g - t
al0 trained Saddle Ilorse for ro b ia i:.-s m 1 g- trdemen.
a : e
roa.d Street, New Berne. N. C.
The Bergner iV: Engel
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 UNQUESTIONABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant,
It is brewed from the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Malt and Laazer Hops, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NU
Ma. Thomas A. Motirk, for
fifty six years clerk of the county
coort of Jefferon county, West
Virginia, died on Tuesday, April
'0th, in the STth year of his age.
We know of no other instance of a
man's haTing held office in this
oontry for so long a period.
The centennial of Washington's
inauguration was celebrated at
Birmingham, Ala., by a speech
from Senator Morgan on the Con
stitution of the United States. He
closed by showing how that instru
ment was sufficiently elastic to
enable the people to rid themselves
of discord negro suffrage saying
thin fi the ultimate solution of
the race question Baltimore Sun.
VA5 DEK hi I.T I'niversity, at
Nashville recently is.sned a circular
offering to instruct free of charge
one highway oiTicial from each
county in Tennessee in road en
gineering. Tennessee h nronsed
on the road question arid Vander
b.l; Lniverstty proposes to give
valaable aid to the work of im
proving the highways of the State."
ui'i the University of North
( ' ire 1 1 n .1 do likewise! h if s.in s
i'reHident Little T
Cnder this administration a
Uepublican candidate for Congress
las', tail who was defeated appears
to be about as large nn Isaac as
one who wa.s elected. I.ockey in
the sixth district in this State and
Ward in the eighth district didn't
get a blue bucket full of votes be
tween them, but they are distribu
ting patronage from Washington on
the same footing with- Cheatham,
lirower and I'.wnrt. Statesville
CiKS. a.s-iiimiTi ', however
competent to lead in war, rule in
council, anil determine wisely in
the performance of executive duties,
was vulnerable in the court of (,'tipid,
He felt tenderly toward a Miss
ary. and to her he wrote his only
Hvem, the MS. of w hich now re
poses in the State Department at
We do not si and
rock, ou the World
is too personal, t i
exvedients and to
to principle : 1 i.'
pluck and m.in t
Sunda 's W or Id
pages was an ex i:
cal perfection it
over est i m at e." 1 In
in speaking ol tin
0Kk mui:i lb
is upon a suiiii
polit :cs, for it
much given to
1 . t t ,e il e vol ed
w r di ii, : ; e its
p'.e ot in ech am
i ; m poss i Id e to
11 lch person nivin:
sa N s
pr in 1 1 tl w : i . ib i i i
ing it as a sou v en o
to remember some
fac ts i i 1 1 1 1 ' e r i i : h g : '
that whole eh'-rih
laid end to t :, d t
'J''t'l Plbos. Tlic
out would cover lo'
columns J 1 u' ed via
reach t-nce aid a
arotl n d t he i i; ' : : L'
known i.i -n i ' -"
D a N :d l oo; el h, M
al 1. con t a: n ' : 1 :
number . ! v. -copy
o l n , - ' i d ;. '
whole I . ij . :
7 I :;.( ah 1 ' ' : -
d , a s s, -' j . ;
Lut lus! n '
1 1 1 a
I ti .
t N er
:i , ; or ' a 1. 1
t i'ii nn ere
.ul 1 re. it li
. and the
r ' noes
cipitate the mos
of modern times. Tioth .Monaiohial
and Republican go ei n men ts aie
seeking safety in the repression
,ind pupnression of opposition and
criticism. The volcanic forces of
Democratic aspiration and social
istic' revolt are rapidly increasing
and threatt n peece anil sccuiity.
We turn from these gathering
storms to the British Isles aud find
their people in t he throes of a po
litieal crisis involving the form ami
substance of their govei n menpand
their statesmen far from confident
that the ci.fr anchised and unpre
pared masses will wisely use tjieir
But for us no army exhausts
our resources or consume our otith.
Our navy must needs increase in
order that the protecting flag may
follow the expauding commerce,
which is to compete in all the
markets ol theworld. The sun of
our destiny is still rising, and its
rass illumine vast territories as jet
anotc.ipied anil developed, and
which are tfTtxj the happy homes of by had and Hying tim
.,ii o t ,onnl,. Tl,n m-calintia losses are about as f
Lllt.iiV'.J VI 'I. upiv. . A 1 k V O I. 1 1 1 "
which affect our government and
the expansion or limitation of the
authority of the Federal Constitu
tion are so completely settled, and
so unanimously approved, that our
political divisions produce only the
healthy antagonism of parties
w Inch is necessary for the
limi of liberty. Our
lurnish the lull equipment of shield
and spear for the battles of free
dom, and absolute protection
against every danger which threat,
ens the welfare of the people, will
alwas be found in the intelligence
.. 1 . .." l,..; . nln.. on. I
WHICH lli'lfi antra i in a ,nui, nuu houses
the courage and morality with h0
which t heir powers are exercised, house, sdi
and hoi; -1 s
? ! 'J " i - W
d . a. ,
dUtliCU.-l S (. 1 ,
I. V . Her r i d g s c .1 1 a. :. - s nn . r a
ished and his '. uthcu- s .liin.v- d.
W. L. H.:. hst s. y.-r-d l. n- ra. nt r. a
anil several r.egr p:;..;c.!,f pair
injuries by the :a..;ii:: 1 1 r w
the houses gave nn -,v.
I.) I, Hussey 's coo - ic a- ... ; .. If:
tlowt breaking m ha- h aa-c top f
Tihiy 'lacker 1 .-t ev ry I, i u
pren.i-es; f i.ir t u n at' ! c c : ore a h
Mr. i'. V. W
blow u to tha g r -j t.d .
Tr.ere i- not a f-. a . c ia :?;. ! :t
standing and tlca- 1 ra w te r r i-a w i.i -h
looked so nico bef ..re the stonu are now
"a thing of thepjst. " I a many plact 8
they NVere tiawu up by i.ie r.i is. whi e
the fruit trees are -tripjod their en
tire fo.ijg. and f ru-.t. M.iy of the
groves in t ,;vn w er-.' c j m 1 1 --le ' y tit -stroyed.
The telegrap-h ;cjles art- tit.w n
and communication by wire to Clinton
will be imp.irsible for a day or so.
At ihn writing u e i. ivt he.w-d of no
deaths, but st-n r,:l w ho were ia the
midst of the storm are hadlv I rui-ed
ro The actual
ows. ae near as
can be a.-cert t ine i at this time:
Central iApr.'FC Henderson Dean,
wh- ' - a . leogi d with the murder of D.
C. Coco- :i ;. ar Keyper 1 .st winter,
w is a -'SMitu I at Idarthage on Wednt s
lay .1. .' f. to ten coons tried in
r' ' ' ' ''-;al coni :ti.-.i of crt--'iis
R r; : ::i Suif rd on CbrCtmsB
ho, aa.-- m oi.- tii -,- i fipeaiance in
-r.l : 1 io- y are ieohe an i iiave
c ine t--, v.'i-k !C-p: vh;?k-jv o it of
'.h iu and iliey cn be managed.
d it: a-i:y Lady: Alfred l.hll, cob,
a oa ;. ; : . aocr- under guard, while al
weik :- . ptiM.c lead with a gang of
'oo. is ;u : : t i a : t h e S , I em limits on
l -'a . ... . ' :. , a a iii.a a creak for
o r-e i" a . A i !! :T h. v. :;- tin d upon
b .s ... ,i- . ii r -. o.e two guartis,
-ni:o : . ;iu h.i;ial sool guun loaded
wuu Lu. i: -h a, ;o-,eiiil of the shot
taki'g t h'ecit in the hip, producing
rath, r dtiDgercc.s, but not nectesarily
i'miriKton Star: Geo. W . Puce and
John li di ,,vi
i a 1 h i-; r a 1 vac
from N o r : i , i. '
curios , l , ; ,
( -eorge ai.d .J
Ld-lio,, of !h
position of Chairman of thf conyt nti n ,
and John Q. Smith w as elected .Secre
tary. Just as the organization was
completed a Journal reporter tntert d
aud took a back Beat. He was accom
panied by his fuend.Chaf. Hai z 'CP! ei n ,
a staunch Democrat, who has witn - I
meetings of lhs Tammany I) mocracv
of New 'ork and heart! I.'haunco
Depew in Home of his beBt after dinner
speeches, but had never iliiPHHetl a
genuine Republican convention of New
Berne where the colored brethren ruled
The organiz mon having b t u con
pleted, at least a half daz ri nddrcs-eti
ihe chair at one time. '1 he pliy-ia:
force of the Journal, firess wan so:r:e
wbat paralj zsd at being called upon by
so many i.t one time, but a rap on the
defak with the Broad stick of stove wood
lent and eloquent which he held in hia hand, staggered
some of the would be orators, and
enough of them fell back to allow II. P.
Kennedy and II. H. Simmons, the
present in;umbi ut. to be put in nomina
tion. Ed. Tucker, an old stager in ward
meetings, had made several atlempts to
get the ear of the cb.2ir but failed evt ry
pop. Lie now arose and put the question
squarely to the chair to know if l.r
would be recognized .
'T will," responded the chair. i
Ll i U . 1 1'.
'.: IV YORK. H Y
CREAM 8 a l ri
i . . 1 1 1 . , th.
i 1 I ' ass. i
I'll i ii h 1. 1 ! ,n
fl:l in i ii a t i ti ti ,
ft ijTLY'S I
s t t i t '
la s ,
Ti ; t It
A c ut.,
is cl- o . a1
1 1 1 m 1 1 , r.'u' ,i
r m m
I'll l ri t n en
I I Y
t t H.
I trucirlma; Ity
- ot negro emigration
oiid . and there is much
ov whether or not
' : " goi ng to head the
iC v. A . A . Watson,
.a. ;. of F. c-; Carolina.
P d vi oai i oi to St.
din lay morning and
persons live males
- -who v.-pre presented
Am id, rector of the
1862. EATON 1888.
lINi: BT'X'K of
ig-t Caii; Dr. Ilunjjj'ri lecture at
iLEtitute on Saturday evening
-.aracteristic of lha: cultured and
1 1 1
Ii a;n i i
gw.g f a'
p I i ,
; . m
g utieman. The subject wad
: -s; j and symbolism of the
.'Ce." A gentleman of Ral-
n.orning received a letter beg
a. 1 in misfortune. The sup-
at had b. e:i burnt out, it BPema. and
og oth-r troubies enumerated was
tha: i h - lire left me is. vue wife
i r f- n .
Didn't state how
iildren had been
Tucker then walked around m from
of the chair and declared that he had
been granted the floor and lie intended
to hold the fl jor until he was heard . He
re-aeeerted his allegiance to the Repub
lican party, declared he was a Republi
can from the crown of hi-t head to the
sole of hia feet, and, said he, with grtat
emphasis, "whoever says I'm r.ot a
Republican is a liar." Continuing his
Watchc:, Cl:c!:r. Jewelry
AND PLATdh L? WARE-
-pi t r 1 1 i.rs.
I kt i p a Iaiger stock of Hpectaclaa
than any other store in North Carolinai
I take particular p ti.i t. fit them to tha
eyes of t at t it s ret o m - t hi in.
as g I.
aa re a .
e'- 1 U
' (.! e ;
etc . i
L. Hill, tru k and hou-es . -Herring,
truck an! house.
V. II. M ur rt-y , t r 'c k e n I h ust s. 1 m.0:
I. R Carroll truck 1 hu-o, .'.;
O. P. Middlelon. true : a, i lo- s. .rVm;
W.I' K-nn.-.iy. track ar.I h c; ao .--JeO.
J. K. Smith, tru-k at.d hoii-es, :-, n,
B L lilac k rr, ore , tru-k and house-.
610"; Dr. L. Hussev. tru.k and home-,
?pl". A. W. li -il. truck at) I luun-i.
S-Po; j, t; Marisey, tru -k and hoases.
in a n y
C: arl .tc News: Still another addi-
tion.haa been made to the already long remarks, he said , "I f out d is war fer d e
lis: of new enterprises in Charlotte. Tho ; Re b!ican t aud -
latest K? me Charlotte Oil Company, and : ,, ,
was incorporated and the articles filed BaD' ban- went the chairman s
i :n the clerk of the superior court last stick of wood on the desk , and he de
wt bit- l ha burglar business in Char- clared that anv reference to the waCwas
ii-e i-"ii. teadii , at the henoh
r lie r y ea:s.I hi 1 ie ve I can do
I " r k , o - I malar in the
u)M i a n i ) si-;k mi;
.y, JC K. TON.
II i d tl le ut reot.
h f12 d wtf
SI 00; D. J. .atoii. Ira.
5: 1 00 : lil lck bu rn 1 ira.c ,
houses. SI U'.U: W. B)it!
houses. .-'Hii. II J . C ;r it
housis '') : J . li. Wir.o
. e nn el.
t a h
-. ' on
The spirit of Washington fills the
execii-JNc ofiice. I'lesidents may
not rise to the full measure of Ins
greatness, but they must not fall
below his standard of public duty
, mil obligations. Ilislile andchar
actei. conscientiously studied and
thoroughly understood by coming
generations, will be ready for theiu
a liberal education for private life
and public station, for c.ti.enship
ai.d patriotism, for love and devo
tion to I tiiuii and Liberty. With
their inspiring past and splendid
pn sent, t he people of these I'nited
Statts, heirs of a bundle! ye, us
nail n eloiisl v r ii li in a:l w hich adds
to the gl"iy 1 1 1 1 1 1 greatness of ;i
nation, nn i ' n a n abi d i eg trust in the
stability ami tlasiieity of their Con
stitution, and an aboudding faith
in themselves, and hail the coming
century nyiiIi hope and ) ."
i ' .
C I i
) u . tru
k an .i
1 1 a a k
loth1 i ' becoming serious, if not for the
burglars, tiien tjr those who are taken
for burgi os A young negro man was
shot two I v f Cheers in ward 15 last Sat
urday nuiu. His name is Green M3
cei.io.i: the bullets have been picked
'iu of hiau and lie will be able to be
ubcut again ic a few days.
Wilson Advance: The Methodist
cburcn is bt-mg remodeled aud repaint
ed . When completed it will add no lit
tle to the beauty and attractions of our
to w u .
of a h u n i
-. an il
e N i
1 blU Sit
( K W
1 1 I I 1 s.
The Bulletin of t he Nor; ii Caro
lina Department of Agrn uliure is
before us, and we take pleasure in
calling; attention to the communica
tion of I o in m iss i o i. e i Kobiiison.
which we publish below. The sub:
ject is an lmpmtant one. and the
Commissioner illustrates lu- fidelity
to the people :n presenting it to
their coiisidera: ion ;
"In lsii an dlior ol the Federal
Government will cad upon every
farmer in this Stat", and expects
following is an t0 reCeive correi
Xh aJh repatatioo en.oycd ;y .b. B K
X)MPA5T ia dae to the fot tht or y the K
MATK&IALS ar q.mh1 and that the greater :
Ar txerdaed darlof Itn mauafactare.
;t n ill:
I M IST
Jy 4 dwtf
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
exact copy of this poem, punctua
tion, capitals and all :
Oh jo Otd why nhonld m y Poor Rest
Stand to approve ihy Mihl and
A; lat turreoder to Cupid feathr'd
And now lay Bleed lag eerj Hour
Fur hr that Pilylm of my grief and
Aad will not on a-,e Pitjr take
I it tle-ep iraonjit my moat inrcterata
A ml with gladocM nerrr wiah to wake
In deluding ilepioga let my Kyelid
That ia an earipture-d Dream I may
la a "oft lulling ileep and gentle re
I'.wfn thoe joya danied by Day.
w r rs t o in any
questions propounded in regain to
his farm and oper.it ion s t hereon .
These statistics are veiv impor
tant, and all .ire interested in them.
They will refer ala.o. exclusively
to tho crops ol the present Near,
issp. I; behooves every farmer,
therefore, to make correct answers
to all questions propounded by
The Spring Topic in Cartel et.
Liniuu Joi i;.al; Our quiet
little community has been some
what excited recently by the pres
ence in our midst of the petition
peddler. The petition is in favor
of Washington Bryan for President
of the A. N. c'R. 11. , and Phil
lip A. Koonce, who was, but a few
days since, for Simmons, is the
ped d ler.
This little scheme to inveigle our
people into misrepresenting their
views to Gov. Eowle is the out
growth of a visit m?.de to this sec
tion a few days ago by Director C.
E. Toy, of New Berne. In addition
to the petition scheme, it is under
stood that a regular plan of corres
pondence with the Governor has
been conducted, and Nius we are
to be presented to the Executive as
a community ablaze with Btyan
enthusiasm ; in truth aud fact his
name has lor years given us
shivers. We know Mr. l'oy is a
good schemer aud very careful
in his means aud ways to e.urv out
his objects, but what shall be
said of this scheme! Silence, we
fear, is the only charitable way to
deal with it and out of the respect
we have for him, we leave it, but we
do not intend to be misrepresented
to Gov. Eowle. nor any one else.
There is absolutely no doubt about
W 1. n Nell d di t f et - i I . ,
k n t ov v. i i 1 1 a o s a , - . ' - P
tunic 1 ha, l iC i :i, a li. ti
T O ( ' tiiah a::, i o .re;
writt s: "I B. B. i- : li
has done ir.e great o I .
L. W. Thompson. 1 ic;
w rib's : "I b. 1 ie v.- Ii 11.!;
blood purnier made. i: im
proved my general health
An oid gentiemm w i t -.
gives me new io'e a:, i r: v
there is anythtirg th .t v.-, . 1 :
man vcunu. it is B . 11 P.
P. A. Shepherd. Nerfo k.
lUth. lss writfs: "I .I. i
B. for the pre-ervatian of
have had it in my fat- io
two years, and ic. -1
had to have a d ft ,r.
Tecs. Palilk. Aiapdvc
'I sulftred le.-i.ldy fro.
Tic use of I. B. H h .s
like a n e w n i a n 1 a a
tin usan.l de a lar s f r i h
tl on e me."
W. M. '"ha-hiie. A
"1 had a .-.n g -1 il . :' t
which at l et s- . :ne 1 to
right leg, w bach welled u
A n ulcer a
charged a cii
then gave B.
. Va.. A
t no :
B. B a
dpt. Win. 11. Hamilton
arrangements with Cat. W.
whereby for the btnelh of tin
Home there will be ( if. r. d f
Memorial Day at various pi o
State Capt. j ; n-.d's on; hh
vs. lh It igre vs r " liioe laiiii'
he sol i for t went v-ti ve o ic
which tiftct-n c-rus nn i d go f r ;he
diers" H .me. In i t do r ; i, e i
on sale it is d- - ir.. i tie.: th-- o nf
memorial as-.-t. ou-.it n- v.d.r--aiuiii'
s are to be ohs.-rv. d h ul
one e send in t hi i r a oi rt---1 s la -.p.
T Patrick. Kaleich. N. ' . c:;i:hj
w-,11 undertake tt.e t-.de in their t
Tne,attt ntion of the nitaii toI a - -tions
at Raleigh. Ncnv Berne ar d li
born is called to this matter Newa
Ct);,St Ml'l ION ( I Kill)
o r s . i e on
as ; ti t h is
- each, of
r ; he Sol
o up rent
m a dt' i
i n a a c
S t' i a : n ;
laid. P. D. Gold baptised two
-last Siturday and two on San-
Lie membership of the Primitive
c'nuica lias been very much in-
i in the pan few months. We
a. K ,,ra that the wife of Mr. Ber
. - f li.deN's tjwnship. Nash
. o a . . ; k a:- 1 killed by light
. -;,i l.iv ha-t. during a severe
: : o -. e-it -d thV. section. Mr.
.-. .d c-.-M married only a few
.-y Id - hr.,: The farmers in
a. i and Kutherford counties are
along with their work than
.a. c : t-t n in many years. Dr.
1: a k. i a B ovvimg Springs, as-
v Dr. il. II. Black, of Wellford,
;: .-a.- a de.icate surgical
a oa fir. Dhuk Hawkins, of
u i i .-t week. About six months
. l-..wUit.t broke his arm in two
(one of the 1'racturt s healed
c : iy, but the other hud not. and
i pb. do.,:;;, as.-isted by Dr. S S
t ; Shelby, sawed olf the ends of
ict ,i-. ,- them together with
v. i.-a. h;.e bones have com-
t- er i: an 1 Mr. Hawkins is
': ,' : oirv Carolinian: The bodies
c i i :, ois ; err y. colored . and the
. !.!!::;, whole, who were lost
i'lrrot whc T; -lej went down in
;.' Aj : ii gil-a were found lloat
;oa oi'dil on Friday last and
rang1" here for interment.
ad: U. hi bo-r id ge . a prominent
1 i: red ale- at.d cue of the most
-;: fa; rnera of this county.
out of order in this meeting, and he wnn
endorsed by several in the eon vent ion a
"Then I will leave that part out," re
At this juncture si veral eugg sted
that they were wasting time and should
proceed with the nomination
"You can't take this 11 )i,r f r in me."
shouted Tucker. "The chair ha. give
me the this floor and you can't take il
' away from me. ''
But they did take it long enough for
the chair to explain who was entitled to
vote in the convention and who was
not. "It is the straight Republican con
vention." said he, "and none but
straight Republicans are entitled to
recognition, therefore ho would dtclarc
that only one nomination had been
made." This announcement brought
Tucker again to his ft et who, with
great vehemence and fiery ind ig n iti .n .
' You sit there in that chter tar.
You, a wheelman of a Democratic
press, yes, you sir, you, air. and say
that I am not a Republican'.' Why, eir.
it is worse r than Solomon and (oninr
rah 1 "
At this juncture Major Oden arose,
and in a very dignified manner, poured
oil upon the troubled waters and sug
gested to the chair that Mr. Kennedy's
friends v ere able to take care of them
selves and that he hoped ihe chair
would reconsider the decision and al
low Mr. Simmons' name to come bob-re
The Chairman, after again explaining
the rules that govern all political orders,
denominations and parties, acceded to
Opposite Baptist Chur
The Wcrld stands Aghast
ai as i.ou 'tin ;i;h.
And w-ondi rs. If.,v ; i ;t that I can soil
so ruuch lower ti an aiiN one elHei
I'll t.M on : I hail- tie ler mined to be
easily satisfied for ihe cHHh. .-.i.d WORK
fdr'smai.i, Pin a ir-
My Mono , - l-'A I DI .: .Nw.
Come at.d i-iiv f r. ; i ne- ,,ntl urn will
nevt r I e.. rt ; '
K. II. JONES,
a vn Borne, N. C.
5 ' f-3
A r i c u i t . i . i
IIoN S 1 ! . -11
WlXtll S el
.Ei t- GO
i - 111 Ii 1 s.
' idtn illori..
, 1 1 ti
d by Mr. It. N.
far aac ;;
w i i : h" ;, r
Wneii c .
t '.v , i a --et
meet. R -vc
'; I s.. rir,
to his i ; ".t
Thursday night and left the suggestion and declared that Ken
nedy and Simmons were both before
the convention and that nc in ii. at ions,
were closed .
After considerable racket about how
to take the vote, by ballot, ch -nne
sides of the room, rai-ing hands or
standing, it was deci led th it the nomi
nation should be in rie by ii-n.g to
The chair ordered all t ! .-, ate I but
there were not eeats , re ugh. so s' tin
hal to ai-sume a very una. mfoita! le
potiition. The chair must hot t-ecn this
as he put the que.-ti r. in i rr tl s
numination first, h;s f.A..nte, an i
:i;;; in lie road in an unconscious
i. u. IL was taken to Mr. Mor
, ;-.- a-oi .'lO -dical aid summoned,
e di-.-il in a few hours. Cause,
lexy. His age was about Dc years,
idatte Chronicle: The negroes
ar.eth- r failure last night at hav-
aivi ntiou to nominate a Mayor,
c cicuniitio' on the Lutheran
irv r.o d SCO .'0 yesterday in
ur. id a-uoant suhscrihed . eo
;;:.:.-. . a l o ' . . 4 .0 . 'J . Ground
crab -a to lav for the imnrove
nd a I !;; n- td th- Bu ord'l Io;e 1
c . t- !.- II hotel will be
,- Krg- .' i: is n.-w. At the
-1 a t r : an chu rch . on Sunday
J ' l-C i r pr t ach ed hist f ars-
n. oi th- eve of his departure
lb-Id of ho -r in Richmond.
i im it a. (,! 1
i I1M- . 1 I 1 t h
Ilili r. Con.
ii isli , O : 1 . . . .
Frc- 7 er.-, ! :
I'rool Sash I..
gi vfi Kt'oun t '. c
fit HI S
: : .
I'i est-. ft,
. i r, K ai ii i t
! 'a : (I arc,
, I in h tor
1 i:-, Vur
..:., an! I i iii r .
;:,-.- a furs. Oil
. hii !5urglar
nn . i r i .i ii '1 to
s .t i-liK tioIl.
: X tO.
First Cliiprneut of
it was an eve
felt an intt-rr:
tion was prrs-
H in w n
; . an d a
-: Tiie in-
juoction m the matter of the local op
tion elea ti :i bids fair to bring out some
tr iitresting developnu n:s I.t Gov.
Bolt arrivi 1 in the any yesterday aftef
i ton on the train from the West.
of acres in t he
Among the many the feelings of the people uoon tins
subject left untrammelled. They
are practically one for Mr. Sun
nions, and if by the scheme of Di
rector and the importunity of his
agent. Mr. Koonce, they ar, made
to appear otherwise to the Gover
nor.u will e fleet a misrepresenta
tion of their sentiments, and a de
ception upon a worthy and patriotic
1 will be t he ii u m ber
several crops, and
n tail: ; vat ion 1 value
of farm implements and also id live
stock; cot of leitib.eis used : es
timated value of ail farm produc.
tions for the present e.ir, lS'.C
number of horses, mules, oxen,
milch cows, and o t h t a cattle. - iii'i-P,
ao ' ':;.
: vi on
its c f
l is ariavi. I. hi: f Justice
e pri no- i-f the Associate
Ju-hicts ot iii h i p: .-a, " Court, ad-niinisterf-'l
to him i! ' o-.th of cili -e and
he at one. assumed the duties ef ( iov
erri.ii'. wii.ch duties he will continue to
discharge nr.ii! the l-iurr. of tluv rnor
Fowh' to the Stat" from "oew York city,
where he has gone to jittr.u the Cen
tennial Ce I e brat ion of the inauguration
of General Wa-hirg'en a- President of
the Doited States.
W i i id in trOdi M ei-na r: The colored
people of the city held another n.teting
oi the inter, st of emigration, la-t night
gave them an opportunity of ii
early as os-ible. The v.:.- w a
and after several coui.t- w .a n:.,
as thirty for Kennedy.
At this juncture Matttov
not the candidate, walked
door, turned and shook his
chair, say ing, 'J w ant vmi
stand I've got notd.ng m ire l d .
this mets . '
T.H- Vote was then tak- o .'.a Iso-.,
and t! e tellers anncunc i t .vto e.
Tacker again arose ana gave w,,
that he would meet them at the b
box. He was about to make i.e.
speech but Major Oden lovingly- t
his arms tround him and carried
oat, and the convention adj c;ii.
This was hardly a sktrmi-h c mi
will, the convention "fa n n r.d
tion, but friend R izenstem t;nt i
To Arrive Tomonow.
w. p. eoBtiys & coM
AND GRAIN DEALERS,
a 1 1 1, t
nn i t r
d . u c. !
M a i; k in 1 1
v i ; i i ; n
i !ui f.
1 i :
' I : s (' I
.1 Nixon etreet
Iv. is good to be there.
and Mind: Effect
: . - , t - !,-. i'i,sinm Old or Young.
in i . f - do-ol H m t nlarr ami
Mori' til isa 1' II Th o f ROUT.
I i i t il " 1 '. I P. n. III. In llaij.
I . . hin lr I ntllrifi.
n. .d .......U ma.ll4
-H L MED IAL CO., BUFFALO, . T.
) " 1 .o A MO Til ran t
, , ,: v . ii, a lit- work l nit fcr
t -: it bu can r ii r ti tHh h
!,.,. 1 dim' 1 o t h- hUll
' s in:i In- pfofl 1 h hly
n - . io' til l h I 1 1 tow
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