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IXDEI'KXDKNT IXST ALL TIIITnO.-
NEW HKKNK, GRAVEN COUNTY, N. ('.. MAY ;;u I si
nil i i-. .zv '
l'j-n 1 II 111 II it
-ru i m- ii ii ii i i a rv
Fcr Wei Sfcmcii Impaired Dipstion Disordered Lfter.
SOXD BY AIX DRUGGISTS.
r PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
JS. & AJjLKX A' CO., Sole Ac?tnt8
Who (if four drsgzist do--s -i t '--. '.h -n a -ia.1 B-.-chum's
Fla oo r-tpt of prioeii.' ;.. Piae- i .: -a :'::. ;'-.pcr.
The Many Friends and Customers
Uno( ar and bejond N Ir:
vtkom wa ar proud to say, we ro-.-.y i -..
plally nil lo tbeir attention. ' h c
attended to u ia tb paaC mil tac we
DCCEMENTS THAX EVKR to mn.; ti e
Ml tb&t bid BEING THK AOI.NTS :. r
Tfco. it. HoJI'ji Flidt, Co:' Sh ,i .n: m
Mill DoMlie, StAr be r '. TotA.-l
Artnoar Co-'" IVovsc, n-, !! rilr l
The lipublicau party in now di
vuled btwen nepotlm ami bm!
tl knee (K)ticn. N. V. World.
Mil. .1 . i ii Wanamakkk re
! o-u-.l to l a rniHlnlit for 1 ou
( 'Anierixi's si'.t: m Ml' I .S. S'KJt.
A man who put off hi enjoy
ment too loti will flnil it mislaid by
the time tie get.- to it. .Jamestown
N e w .
TiIK. world Un.ks tiret tor xome
t'unjt irw,aLullterwrd.i e in) uirp.-
whfth.T it is valualile Mdw.iukep
KVArHs ( ' t i.i' 1 m .in I l''arfll,
of II! , are disgruntled beaue they
ran't ooatrol the Federal appoint
ment in their States.
The woodman's axe i .in
i ! n r weapon, l-'irst it ruts ;i
. '.n-. n section, c.re down and then cuts it lip. -in,ny
pAtrons, we Lowell ( oaner.
sax .l.'NF.s meeting at l Mn vine,
a., closed Wednesday. About
1,ihh iH.-ron;i professed run version
during the meeting.
TiIK inauRural performaine
and Ulaff HqIo Hili'rt Wild West show,
' MURK IN
v :n the future.
Times, in. i
f p i I o ! i .
ir:.!.-r t '
b. k- .
No. ; .. .
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A n: ' :,
tio;. .' 1
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d - -
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.-.it .-i .i'" :
h .l '. i T : i
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,,f u ho ciiltiVat
in are ener.i',
i T j 1 1 a
n: e ef
TIIK MOItMM; STAR AM) TIIK 1 1.
The .Morning Star and The Wil
minjrton Messenger of Sunday.
M.iy 1!'. I ssn. made startling ie e-
The Ssur announces that ".Mr. 1".
I'.. Kingsbury has withdrawn from
the editorial stuffed the Star, u I. etc
he has held the position tor many
ea!.-." and the Messenger .-tales
f ii -n
pit r 'J-.T of the laws of
thr organization of an
OKI II (A K01.1 A l.W S.
i 'nun 1 lie Slate I'a pei .
1 O ,
r. . i
i iv inir
lo.-t a large amount ot ,.
it was established in ilea:
n e rries a more
p r : r e .
- e a li
t ir'ers a: our hoase
Wcrrv Klour. Tobac.-i SuutT. I ttTee, Su-ir
And in lb DRY GOODS lino no home in :. - e.
aiUbiw Stock lOplA th boyer, :n style .is wei', is
For Dre Goods, Notion. White tioods m.d so . n
coat tb distance with jour Udirs and le "i. a. d -Klaatoo.
NVbat w eaaaot np: iy, our other
Bat th ehftocc are that it ;oa make
joa vill ind ererjthmi to voar notion
17 Good, boo eat jroods, inches :.
8lIOE3for Frni and Prlor wear
READY MADE CLOTHING In '
Eutcrn Croilaa to excel as.
W CM ialt toont any one ; if cm;
make yoa a aoit to order, and if we fr.l
aad joa ar io mooj out.
f f IM AAlkBAt rooio to KiDHton w r i te '
aaaver ail yoar inquiries.
R'pa of the i '-bravd Kir! Shirt.
KIS3TON, N. C.
ponse, ami .
they ha e : '.v.
with pi i 'li : aM
lnek," as mis'
: e a ;
a leading far:
se.lSCin. as we ai e
have amotinti d
n n d a boose i il
our in easnre,
: ::eivl not take
iea- :re we will
WAE! WAH! WAE!
- . . T
THE AVAR HAS OPENED ONCE MORE !
0iS io the. hird time and acarcity of money, I am deterdmine to
faraWa Uipcop! the Beat Gooda for the Leaet Money. Now, in
prWof taa tact, I trill qoote joo a few of my prinvs. Mj Stock: of
Clothing la tnormout. Ilea' gorxi lUoe Flannel Salta aa low aa
t3.99r Aha good Sort for Men at 2.98. lkys' pood Saiw, from
14 U lSjaart, ooTf $2.08. lioyt' Knee Sa ts from $1.25 to $1.50.
Ai a. afc Km oj Men'. Saeka and CoUwu. ;. 1 Pnn.-e Allert SaiU.
HATS; HATB! HAT8I Five hundred doien Hats, oJl style
asl price. Mtat, Bbya a ad Children' I! ' s :- m :o-,-,r. and 2.S eta.
Gaaraate total! jo a ia aj kind of Hat
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES : The i.i:' a d
Htoek af 8koea I Yr keC, Men' Sb.v irom 7. to
KM Battoa 8boaat Q3cl; Le. TV. to v'- . o v lare stock of Men
aad BoyV Saoas at price to o't the t nies I i.Ke n;r Slipper from
JTJlHlSHIJfO GOODS,! Men I a lers'a.rt- as low xs i centa
A a lea iiaibrif sa Skirt for ceot. A anv S-arf from io to .0 cents
A fail haa of Dry Gooda, Trunk a, Valises, i-.d other good too
aaaaroaa lo soeatioa.
L'ari", was witnessed br President niapv
Carnot aud 12, (XM) Parisians.
Tin: Radical members ot the
House of Commons propose to give
,. a (anijnet in uonor oi oenaior
I pay ou to Sherman on his arrival in I)ndon.
-hopping in (jv AAt Monday eveningr, May
J:h, Mrs. Folsom, the mother of
Mrs. Cleveland, was married in
Jackson. Mich., to Mr. Henry K.
iini-. s to i'errine, ot Kuffalo, N. V.
Tue man who thinks the world
is growing better never heard the
observation of two teamsters who
came into collision in a crowded
thoroughfare. Boston Coarier.
If the Republican leaders in the
Assembly told the truth about each
other in Thursday's- debate, their
eases oaght to be sent to the
A IK., n.- t 'rtnnf 0.on.l In.f irirhnnt
.u-u., uuij vnau.. u.., .w.... Foreign competition
del-y- gency should be inv
Tut. reports sent out from Pana- legitimate mean- r
ma of the prevalence ot yellow tiown
fever and smallpox in Central
America are pronounced false by swav. if ti;:s c.n
the press, the authorities and the alout bv a s!:gh:
medical fraternity. duties, t hen let tin
A EErnRT is current at Ottawa slight : but if the en:
that a British man-of war will duties be necessary,
shortly leave Victoria, B. C, lor It- swept i im u ) .. '
Behrtng Sea to inquire into the in:rni! 'y. St . I.-i.
seiiure of British Teasels there-by crat.
American cotter. Wi: are i.ow s.
Ws do not wish to appear hyper
critical, bat when the World pub
lishes a map of Oklahoma and
calls it onr new city hall, we feel a
tendency towards expostulation.
1 1 , I V l '
:: :. er
a -1 Ii-,.-:on--big
ra w :
1 1 ftii
:.ed bv one
careful eul' ;vat :; :. i ;:. w ..; k.
Wr. C"i:'i nd t :.r : :' ' he t; u-ts
orgaillod to ;;,(': , a-e t l.e pi .i e 01
protected c 'in mod ,es anno: be
regulated by r he ordinary processes
of law. then the duties on those
commodities .-i."iii ! be . i.er re
daeed or riinuvoi .. ''et'iei.
t !i s. t : : has
W il m i ngton .
We regret I he letireUle: i "
I i ii g -1 1 ii r " , for we have a warm ie
gird lor him, and consider him Ihe
1 1 1 ,i 1 if any man cotii.ee: t d with
:he press of the country: but. i e
do not iiiestion the ability of the
Star to keep ahead and continue to
be the ch icl 1 i terary luui inar of r he
state. Mr. lutl"v. who sueo,eds
Dr. Kingsbury, is a gentleman oi
polite culture, broad intelligence
and large experience, and will do
iii- part towards sustaining the
high eh iraeter of ' he Morning
The Wilmington Me--i-nger liom
'!..- beg, mi. ng lias held its pla.-e in
Mieliont rank of Southern join nal-i-iu.
That it has not made money
is in. rttlection upon it. It has
nieriteiixnceess, and, m its con I in
ued piib'eation and constant mi
provemti'. it has exhibited the
high vesolve and indoniitable en
ergy which always win when asso
ciated with 6uch ability a- '.he
The astonishing revelation is in
the fact that these great newspa
pers are not sustained. It really
seem- that the good city of Wil-
1 1 1 . o i : i . ; . : .
i':. .. ;
:.'o- j. .: . .; .
the S : : e ; . ,
li i hoi,, a:. I
the I n-::!,-- ,
upon h:;'i to '
t a x pa e i .- 1 1 1
out i '. i : . : . i !
e!:e' -. II-
on y -a ;-
and a ..
ot her .1 i:dg-
illde to t!,i'
indict ::;.; i.,:
lor ' lie lieed
lor ! iii' iM'r
clou d alni I'!'
crow 1 w ; h ' i
: he t.c.pni-i
t 1 1 e ale o o
com t ea n i i
lor t s i 'ie 1 ;n : . :
oi the op:i!
voluntari: - -e
in oi I. in e n ' -be-t
t hey e in
those w ho e i
1 1 1 w l ' 1 1 whit
II is 1 1 take li
any i in pot tarn
was sent t"
t hree yeai - I"
month- ii r . . -
U-ileigh Projjrossirp Farmer Tii
moral of Trlnitv Cnllri'i. U I r i i
1 r i.... i.l. : i. . i-
i neaiiii ill ..-fieri luuu- tateT.
'I lie same ppction de- Twin I'ltj" Il.iily: KwariKeli-t I'ear
lo rnititute Ihe board. fJn t)egan his service m ( rei m-horo
the munty , . , '
, Jtaleuh iHitor: A Ktntleman in
line Pallimore ha- takt-n a ilioiiHaml .lelinrn
ii pn -tice of modi- worth o'" mock in the cotton factory,
er have ;i diploma Wilmington Review: ("apt. W. II
.r.eii-.-il college, the Ellsworth of Duplin couniy.haH liftv
n. chairman of fhe acre8 'n corn that in k n. u hih. aiel he
U71II jinn K o r. j ....... 1 .. .1 .1 .
, . . . c u i l. .taiio l lifllj ill-. 'ld e II. I-
ionerp. ana the ., i, '
. I , r .
there ie such
j,aiciu v..aie .iinieei 111! Iirjinrrt-
the county surveyor, tion for the cotton factory were taken
- to a notification from ont before Judel'. I). I pehurch. Clerk
the following gentle- .'Uperior Court thin mormon, ami
, , , , . . the charter probau l .
i I.' ;he r-itv clerk scnice T
. Durham I'iarit: Siveral ilan aco we
A' Kryan, chairman of ,lub,iBne1 the statemynt that .hc -yen
ray commissioners. Dr. teen-year loeuet had iiiUi.-ir ap; ear-
1 r. I'rank IulTy, Dr. H. ance in middle TennefsT-Sv i, i-.
N" II "eporieu inn iney ore in ,Mi.-', i !- i-i
gri ai curji hers.
I nn rlnttti i t. ,.- 'I e .
' ... a. i r m . i.i.
1 1 -lrr an 1 Mayor
-.a. 1. 1
h v, in Hen t a ce-m-i
i:t he could not
of .i-irbut'.?, and
e- e mnty Riirveysr,
: r i ; i ! i
' ; ! e vt
to i !
. 1 1 1 1
l'u :"y h,
' 'fi m
el, - . ;
i I a i t
ta t v
, i v
thit Dr. ( ha.
I J i : I f y wan
I h w on the
.oi ... e.,..a
run of amuHenientri in ti.wti ihi- vu k
The military drama. Star of Kmrure
w ill be presented at the opera In n-e in
niht and tomorrow niyht. atd on
Wednesday night fSam J.meri will . -1 :
us how to "Ket there. "
Charlotte News: fijtiire II D Smwe.
one of the largest farmers of Me klen
hurK. today told a News reporter that
U u leP8 rain Comes within a il a v or t ,v .
all the cotton will have t he phailn a
up aod replanted. It is arprn-n-i out
look, no doubt about that.
Danbury Reporter: We hear of mu h
damage being done to w heat and to
bacco about Weetlield and eantward l v
hail lact Tuesday. So fares ween,
'earn but little damage was done hv tie
frort last week: in some netions bean-
. . i ,11 ,o.i
To; . , e ;, i i ) ;3 .JUICC
i ' toA,
' ' :.!, inal
' c n Io be
: ' ' ' I'iMnnn
: p. i ma-
: ;;: ('.,
!:..! i c
K!DM VS, IjVEH AND BOWELS.
Mf : illltP.
' X-" 1GB
hoards of were killed and some potatues In
-for- from the Spcre
: ' r I f ) ' e a 1th on
' i . ' : ::
1 1 i v ; 1 1 g
Raleigh News and Observer: It was
stated last night by a party interest.) I
in the Raleigh postol'ice appeintrnnt.
and who had i o for m r t e m lmii the
matter that u was bejirved that Mr.
J. C L. liariis would reeelie the
peinimreit today. Mr. Hams I- it.
Wash j og ton .
(ireenville R.ll.-ctei. liider ,)o. l.n
I.itham. wm lives four miles Irein
rand inmates of the tawn, has been very sick for two weeks
-i -u -,er in rend er . at Hie home of a friend in lieriufoit
... . . V . . .....
' ; . i ; ;u oi of : he hoard of
e: --. r- -t oe i that the
r- ha 1 on to'cunt of there
ipprinu n dent of health al
ii a county pi ysician to
- a ii.--.i
mington is wanting in the proper property. k:;o-v:
appreciation of its bright jewels.
But Wilmington is not alone. The
State of North Carolina should feel
a just pride in the Star and the
Messenger and foster them with
We do not believe that either
xif these papers will go down, but,
to prevent so direful a catastrophe,
the people innst rally to their sup
natural . aw:
rm;; the port, and, in sustaining them, con
tribute to the prosperity and en
lightenment of the city of Wilming
ton. and the well-being of the State
of North Carolina.
!o ;o resume
red net.', dl ol
re removal of
' ,' '. 1 ! it'
. if- O,
.1 no. A.
j u.st ; !'; ed bond ; -
son a! a pea: a ;, re .r
of t he super ar i i c : ;
t he c'na i ge of pi i j ". i
hot h S : a I e and e; v ; : . I
ol by 'I iir-d iy e , I;
w.is adj.. in i.i '! !: i
peace and wet v,- ;;.
( lii-ill- 1. ei ei a el
' .III CO M a!e and 1 '.
my com m en re m r :: '
the 1 - h of .June .:. -
as We : l! r-1 s ' a ' e. 1 .
The stean., : ii...v
Xew Bel lie oa ; ha: i
at s a. id.
KxtTcises o i : . ui . i :
will commence Tiie.-d.
Mr. A. M. Win;
s before t he
s.i ' .-!'h d that sr.i-b a
join iml as t he Messenger aims to
be, is needed in North Carolina, and
that it will and must he appreci
ated bv the int. ii: gent people
the Cape Fear secii-m. and. in
v . , i
it 11a. m.
on Wed:,, -'
t h rougla u
Coaaa ao, coma all to WILLI AM SI I I'.W.v h.
ba traaXed. rlfkl aad fti joar money s wor b
Oppoaite Baptist ChurcbA
N E U BERNE. N . C
J. W. STEWART,
Sale aud Li very Stable.
- t .1
7x his testimony Injfore the Par
v: Selected nell Commission. Mr. O'Brien at
Oh Ladies' fiimnfl fn ntr infn Ih .lotail nf tl81 n g p .1 1 roll .1 ge , , .
' this, and to t hat t '
the outrage instigated by the Gov- tlmle to i.a.or eariv
eminent, but Attorney General jug nothing undo
Vnhrii- nhiiw-lxl a nd h i o bi ec r i on reflect creu,'. and
wa. sustains! by the court. reputation
gain good i
Thk discovery of another Nihil- )or tno pa
istic nlot in Knssla ha.s undermined seng r.
the constitution ef the Czarina.
But the plots may eventually result
in seconng a Constitntion for
Kassia, and that is what is espe
cially desired. N". . World.
lr is our opinion that Mr. Par
nell teetimouy, considered as a
whole, reflects high credit on his
character. A saint he may not be.
but the roll of patriotic statesmen ab:'.:tv.
bears few names more worthy of With us 'h:-- -
honor and esteem than h;s.-- N. V. of a debt of !ne
-uo . : oo Ion g delayed.
TiIK ATI.X..V II'' is the name of While we, ire g:
ao elegant sheet published at exhibit ,on of t-i u' i
Morehead dy b the Atlantic cannot !!.':.-::
Publishing Company . Wepresunie the pe"; . ' '.
froai ttie tirst numlver now tiefore general.;. on ' g
us that the prime object of the the go. .1
Atlantic is to preseut the attrac
t on of Morehead City and Beaufort
as siimruer resprt.
Thkkk'- one big obstacle m the
way ol Harrison's getting a renomi
natioa his lack of friends," writes
a correspondent. That mav bo so :
tie o'.d North
y increase ;n
ae no doubt of
d we shall coil
and 'ate, leav -
o;.e : hat w mild
1 add trade and
Wilmington, or to
oris .mil pat ion a ge
V. : g- n Mi s
NO MOKE SECOND TEK.MS.
Senator Washburn bus paid, "A
very prominent gentleman in this
city, who has himself been a
candidate for President, said to me addrc
tlns morning, that he did not be- Wednesday
t;...-.-. ii,. ir;.i ..i r i... Kxatnina
aui r iiiiuiuvi i ireiiii iii nuuiu oe
, , . , mug at 'J a. in . , a:. : t--
renominated and re-elected for the a(..lUeill1c ,il.p,lItnu.,.t a?
next hundred years. The iacum- Thursdav. 'o:ii o: ,1
0f iHjnt of the office of President Kemp P. Bar ie w ..i .!
would be so handicapped with old annual awiiic.-- a. i a
promises w hich he had not been F 5 lK l".' ' i"
1 lullv invited to attend.
able to keep that it would be dan- Steamboat t-.-i;r- ;o:
gerous to think of renominating Friday -1st ot ,Ia:,e.
him. I am inclined to think be is Polloksviiie a: -a. no. -
right. The tendency of the times t,u' l've,al 1'll"li;!--" ;i
. , river and a' New Ih i:
is against renominating Presidents. v iri. ,. ,,
" " -New 1 ,i I I . e w . . : s . . p . i
.Mr. Il.irnsoii hhould make up in
mind to retire at the end of hi
im: ; n.e
s p. in.
.-ia .'i i i
von l -e
r T i i e
r . i '.v e
d 11 tie . .;'
. in or.,-- a
c ur.i y
-. ' i : t . ' . :
n y r
phy si . .a 1
accept a . v
;.;.d to ; .-i.:ener,'-.o
Mav r :
.' ,-ul le ::
t y puperirt
. nice a -
ph.y sic: -.ii ,
dent pp." o. ,
p.iaraiai; . .
.f - ie
miry, tic p
Dr. 1. in ;
Dr. l- .V..
w.-re a; (
county. He was t.iken ei. k while en
route to one of lin appointments. ,
are glad to hear his condition Ins i ;1.
(.'lintfn Caucasian: 'Ujr sugge-ti ai
for a Sampson Fair next fall haH nut
with a favorable recepimn generally
We understand that f.air 'marts of
rformid by the buck leberries were shipped from War
ori. r to avoid saw last week, aud that several crate-
will be shipped this week. The oatlo-k
in this cou"nty is for a large crop.
Wilmington Star: Mayor Fowler vm
terday ordered from the manufacturer..
a streets weeping mach ine. in he u-. ,!
: ' f dut
-t' d liiat the
-' : ; ' - r i n t e n -1 e n t
i: ov done by the
al-o took a more
i a a u d i r.g duties
1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 l : l t i
II .' .1 I -N
. . . s ,
- t .. l . -
- li - i -
1 a - I .
Oi. BSZ o
o ' lllli RH,
1 1 , 1 - ,1 w I y
w e. p. the two. and as
et the present coonty
i -: li '.rge.l the duties
c .-aotv commissioners
1862. cIAi'ON 1888.
the peopla on tne paved streets of the citr.
i rr minate him for
! y ;-uperint?ntlent.
c :.:::. t hctw.
will cost, 2?50, but wi l neve rlheless
greatly lesson the expense of keeping
tbe streets clean: the machine, with
that there horse and driver speed ily doing work
n the coun- that now requires the entire stretl
.v,o enr,tv force orje dav to accomplish.
w-as no such
Watches, CI::!::, Jcwelr,
Goldsboro Argus: The "Shoo Fly'
train on the W. & W. Road now takes
physician, but there I maj from this postoflice in bulk direct than any
oct r et ween the port I for Wilmington, but takes none for way I ta 1:
' on tu:s
T i av:
:.:.d Dr ( o-o. Slover
. r.t - i teiiu .--a
On mot i ai u wa-i agreed that a ma
jirity.f all the ballots cast should be
slilTicient to elect.
county superinten-1 distribution, and brings mail in bulk
... . tor tnia piace irom viimingtan in ine
uostion of inland v .
I evening. This will prove of great con-
i such a conliict venienco to our citizens, as they can
nir.ate Dr, Frank have mail communication wuh Wil
mington in the morning and get a reply
in the evening.
Wilmington Messenger: Cur can
vassers will now call upon our business
men in the interest of our Trade Issue,
to be published just prior to the en
campment, lit. Rev. A. A. Watson,
D. D , Bishop of the diocesa of ICast
Carolina, was present at the services
James' church on Sunday, and con
AND VLAT.LD WARE
- i'i i i i i.i ,,
1 fi.;. a l.i.-.'t ; !; if Spectacles
other in r. in North Carolina.
I or' i ii la r p hi, t lit them to th
! pari i, . ' mi,- tie rii .
is also put in
1 a i r i; ,
fi ir ov.-r 1 1. 1 1
Da; ii :
i i i , , ; , ! at. ti bench
. . "- I I I ievo I can do
: v a oh maker in the
.-. t-D s; k sin
: .'.. K. KATON,
Mi Idle ntroit.
DIM Il It J I
tit tide ili-p.a;. '
be evi l re o:
lllg ve'iial -
,d fm -
v : v
i , !
t lie plei
A tin: o:
t ion w '
Fine Horaea and Males always on bant!,
disposed of on easy terms.
I lave on hand a number of I'me lea.-..-.- . . c r.
aiso Irained Saddle Horses for both ladn-s ..nd g."T :' -m--
7oad Street, New Berne. N.
1 will be
but how alotit his relatives and iU 11
those of his family? There will says :n t!..
be enough of them in ofiice by lS'J'J properly appr.
to almost insure his chancer ol a
second term. Philadelphia liex'ord.
w ,11 bo
Sou; li :
i oil a , in
A movement is now
with the co-operat ion of prominent
men in the North, as well as in the
A RAILROAD company is a tough South, to raise by private subsenp-
O.incr t.-, rnr. niramal 1. tiin tlOIl. Hinds tol tllC 1'Urclia-C of
C. triad ran Pacitlc waa baHlv worst-
lour y ears.
Perhaps there is truth in ai!
this, but we confess we r: ro not
able to see it. P is not sustained
by history, and public sentiment
has not be. n sufficiently ex; icssed
to "i-tify an opinion in reg.iid to
i f 1 ie; oi al ica n e -idi n ' - .: may
be said tba' :' has not let-n prac
ticable : i renomMiati1 any
one , 1 t hem sua a t he
do- ol i'-n. Gi ant's adminis
tration, Mr. Hae- was ne or t he
choice of the Republic m party.
J I : - i. m nation wa- an ao'ideiit.
A pigmy wa- nominated whi.e the
g:an:- were at war, antl hi- admin-i-tration
n presented no parly and
pleased nobody. Mr. Garfield died
s 'on aftei entering upon the duties
of the Presidential cflice, a n d M r.
Arthur l i came President. Mr.
Arthur tailed to secure a second
term, but it must be remembered
thai he was never nominated for
1 're.-nleii'. and only received the
nomination for Vice-President on
the ticket with Garfield because be
was a popular citizen of the State
of New York.
The Democrats have had bat, one that gooi
President in more than a quarter who will
of a century, and he was renomi
nated for a second term. We do
ferry to eat ,l.n:
l'ow lei '.- lei ry at I
mg at New 1 e-riie
inga cm ietuin ;
round tini. No in
will be allowt ,1 on ! .
Miss M. C. 11a: vey.
er at 1 'o;!oU, :li;-. h
ill. bir ;- nov.- i, ' e
I I a I vey I- i , U ' e p..;.:
and a t.-jci.er, eiri
the syii'P !'".:: - : '
coai m u a : . ".
Pol!ok- :.b'. Mav l
11 ie.l Vi
, 1 T-, I
A fter t c.e thira ballot Dr. F"rark Duffy hrmed fourteen persona, four males
-t ated if his fii nds who were voting and ten females. The candidates were
r e- , , ! -, . - , ,, -presented by Rev. Robert Strange, the
for him would adaw mm, he would1 . J
withdraw his name. No obiction be- . , r. i . . i
' Chatham Rjcord: The partus who
lr'- olo re j i. is t:-n:v wa-3 withdrawn. have begun the work cf reopening the
On the faurth ballot Dr. I.eir.ster old ceral mine at Egypt, in this county,
Duiiv wa-; elected f-r the term ending have plenty of money to push tire work
ian '-'il vigorously , and they intend to operate
L' " ' on an extsnsiye Bcale. Mrs. Wesley
An mu-resting informal discussion Pendergrass died quite suddenly at her
followed in regard to the best means for residence near this place, on last Tu s
cleaning an 1 disinfecting privies and day. aeed about 75 years. She had
K , , , . . , , , been quite sick some weeks ago. but
back v:ir...-. and the board ad lourned ' , u .. , . ,
J i was much better and had eaten a
-u". 11 : ; i a- di of the chairman. hearty breakfast shortly before her
- - death.
Compiira n'ary to a New Bernean. Goldsboro Argus I Mr.J. H. Wo i taker.
An Aa.-u-tn. da., p-jr.er makes the sr., wno since warcn 'a. r.i, has neia
the position of mail agent on the A. cV
N". (J- Railroad, having been appoint.-.!
during Grant's administration, wa-
GEOBOIf aLLEN & GO
A g r i ii 1 1 : .-. . to l - in o ii Ik,
U .11 !
i lulu n - .
f or. of ourNew
Marshall is well
Ac "i, Li
the duly oi '
on the ii r-:
N o w w i , . , i
sleeps, aw a
l n g o 1 the 1 :
tion. coiiii -In
I Mi ( .en
I, in ( m;
g 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 i
! oar mag:
oil 1 .
' I .I e
ity as the son of Mr. yesterday officially i.oiilied hy "th,
IF- i- rait- down as powers that be" that he must prcpar.
a t. " but he was an
to step down and out. as 0n Far rot ;
of K iDSton, had been appointed in las
SO-;. im i
i Cot to n I : "
I'OI tii I S. I :,
1 e ( ! i ; 1 1 1 1 i "'
I.iriie. i'.roi (
Hair. !'..,-. : -.
nisii. ' ' '
I'i-.M-I I i
ejvr -I ll '
i " it ' I .
ii I i i ;ttor'.
s -mm! tHperH,
i r 'i.i-K-i , ivHinit
.-. m d 11 ard ware,
a:. ., t. Plaster
, -on !, 'ar-
i " i ! : i . ii.l II Kir.
0 . I '.nrjrlrtr
. ,. .-1 iiied to
-Jit -l .eiio'..
1 I . Y 1 . V .
i I I.N .V (.
.ew- lierne an 1 is plaCe, who. by the way, is a ' cailua
t- Arti-t." though pusson " "G rand pap " changed hi - I ,
Li aa t i fy ihe hotels
of Augusta :
O i llM llii I e Tl i.i.
- T a i : I I - I .
: barton Hotel con-
tics at the last Presidential election.
hence his removal.
Eiizibeth City Economist: Tie- cu st.-r
sy nd icate represented by I, ami .'.'in -low
and which is now engaged in pre
paring their oy6ter gardens near ocra-
; i. : s ci :
him 1 1 1 epa i a i ii e damag".
If he be kepr sale ' i
soon a,-' ; r . i n el i i gen ' r a
help iiini to !,:- lect v:.
walk and 'be sab'.
The danger 1 ies a - . i
avaricious men wu:i:;ug .
which t hey bet ' er no: h a c
Should a change cf I l.e
missioner be ilein-r : ;
magistrates. !rt tni-ni b
.ealoiK ii. en
laws, and w uo-e ib-iiu:' :
ovster rock con, pruts
I y M r. ( I
tie- i ,mev
; ii ihle.
Of tie' :
alt i vlle
.:. I 1, i
- a l ;
1 ' r
n no painted picture boke Inlet, ia composed of capital ist,-
:;i Siaiiun, on the , fr0m New York and Asheville. Some
work was done of the persons are Messrs. II.irretL an 1
':.,.!!. who gets up all Higgins of Wall street, New York, and
cora-aons for the old Messrs. Martin, Churchill, and Dr. H u
i ture shows Stone tie of Asheville and vicinity, and others,
aa-.-.-e. and the station They have purchased two thousand
n both sides acres of oyster grounds in Hyde and
Roanoke News: A white woman
whose name we did not learn has been
in this community for the last week or
two organizing a sewing society among
the negro women. She takes down the
nameB of all who apply and promises m
tbe fall to send all kinds of goods which
they can make up into clothing and
wear or sell. These goods will be sent
out without any charge and no charge
is made for admission into the sew ing
Citu on society. She has names of over a hun-
Ultu uw. -. o on e Drriiio yj iu,,v. ....
she is, where she came from or what her
Firs; Shininent of
. n i-Cfciia.' .,, in the lore-t-.
tail r and baggage car
w ork is finely executed,
:t- and tin ttv a picture
;,s cr...' w ol 1 d. -ire to i-ec-. Mr. Mar--iciii
is an artist, indeed, and is con
gratulated on this iuuii.Njiua work. It
w as t-xeut-.-.i a", the suggestion of Mr.
J. V. . W hue. th
. P. BUiic-l & CO.,
AND G " .
L a LSRS,
N J 1 V I
Liie i no g in e 1 1 1. i.'i too ,','
not believe that the renomination xiie old fish comiin.--:o
of Mr. Cleveland was a mistake on much taithtu! wuh;, im
the part of the National Democra- account "t c:r' :;:;, -t am-
cy. lie was the ablest exponent of
Democracy on this continent, and
: 1 1 v
t he O
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER
13 TJNQUXSTI0NA3LY THE
Finest Beer Extant,
It is brewed from the
Syest Barley Malt and
highly reconiinended for
services already r
seems to be imiair.
are not u n ! a i r if tin
Av . i : a i
lands and the building of homes
fnr the nocir and liis.itiied Oonfed-
ed in the Swamps of Maine last erate 0i,plt.rs in several States ot
Sunday. Kleven miles of caterpil. the South. Li some States small
1 .i pa . l- - i ; ,,.r.u,r,.i i. ii-., Ii,',.ii ni-,1 To The
i .- i ... i,t , ' I , t- ,,r u'-s cauu mac v w as iuuui sen at. tut t lie l i.l v due t 'leiii t
ml. .n,i .it. (T.,r, r o.u rii O s t Se T l O u s , i a a 1 e I .-,'.( 1 . e r s of J tue pay mu i.n.ai
in. ...1. ucucu choici .c Confederate set v., ,-. but the I'lot box by a majority of the
train to advance until another u t!u.1SL.I Vtl be,.n Uk, Amerioan people.
locomotive waa sent to the rescue. ,,llor , ,,ike anything l.ke the ap- Tue position of Senator Wash-
A I'XITKD Pkkss dispatch from propnation neces.-.n y to meet the burn js discredit.lble t0 the people
Wichita. Kan., says: A peculiar Z ; LV";.Xi.l of these States, in as much as it
"Ili.s o-i i.i.iia ,i,.''rii - .in ci i e '
case of wholesale poisoning on the ient 0pioituinty'f..r liberal minded represents them as incapable of
farm of Mr. Hayden, sixteen miles meu everywhere to make .-mli con- rising to the level of great questions
northwest of here, ha been report- tnbutions to tl.n- purp.-e as their 0f national policy. The number of
ed. A father, mother, child and means wid pern::; . ' . oflice seekers in this country is iui-
i i-i i .ii . "There will be im waste in this
hirtnl girl are deathly sick, and two gv tiu. ; rust, , - m;,, whose mense, but it is impossible to be-
cows and a horse lie dead in the h..n,i:'jr Wiil be g;e-iare h:,-b- Leve that theie is always to be
finest Pale Canada barnyard. I: would seem fromtlio minded men. TLn-y fe I deeply for enough disappointed office-seekers
c v ,
ois a success in object is.
good number of Bayboro Tribun
' I' ti.i
an 1 1 i
cw Iii-rne aud many
i!.c f el tw New Heme,
and children, in all
1 an J t wenty-tive,
rawd. Arriving at
Capt. Fiver's boats
Hon. W. T. Calm
is tearing down the old and making
ready to erect a new residence in it
stead in Stonewall. This i, a step in
the right direction and of course iih-iii-hushiess,
but w-q pre.-time it is only
keeping up with the progre-sof the
limes, ""onlythis and not h mg more
Our Free-Will Hapti-t Irieiai- . f
the thriving little town of 'Iiem. tla-
;s an 1 took them at
,n w here, at the proper county, are just putting on t he loo-a
is ,hnn..r was sr.rd. ititr touches to a large and Iihii-i-"Iii
-. -: ia l : i i i n g
f r. . I
U l- a
1 ) e .
nle and is one of tiie most irediia'.a-
and efforts vet made for thr advancement
and p'ace of worship in thsttow n
stanuing monument to i uu.-e i.
ue i Lei
Laazer Hops, and
its TONIC and NU-
death of the animals that
poison came from the well.
Tk i b i 5 E cf Pamlico is the
name of a six colninrj, eight-page
weekly paper published by the
the woes ot those vh, weie
comrades during years el ,-:i
and w ho h .iV'
: r ;
k e e p
T high repoUtion en,o.d
XJMPAXY ia dae to the f.-t that o:
MATERIALS arw nid aad that the
ar ezerriMti daring it wourn' ' jre.
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. K. C
their lie. ids al o e w i'i : .
The I nited S'ate- h.r. e foitun
ately no prospect of a war with
Pamlico Pabliabine Company at loreign curi.ry : im . n .nu
,. ,. vvovr i, . - .... " . need ever sb'.ii.d arise iheie is no
1. iV KNGKL lUyboro,N.C. The initial number ggf j0n of t he fcnn'i .,oiu which
F AND P.KJST before Qa la highly crexlitable, and there would be a more general re
.1. and CAKK warrant the expectation that, tbe 'spouse for soldiers. hra o. well-
Tribane will b a potential factor trameil and pa n. . :. m i r. ma i lie
:n the Pambco aect.on. Wo wel- South itself. L t b- hoped
that the response t" the .ippea.s
came it with hearty gatxi will, and made ,,y sou'liern men. and al
extend to it our cordial food reads heartily respond, d -.owl! be
w ishes. beaded.'
H. r face v. :
What a pl..a.
But now-, tl- !
As fair ;. .a
Her face i- a-t-h.v.
Hf-rcl-a-t Us ,
As Nellie v. ai
And as for tie
And the r, .
I re- z
of Christian t nbght. nrnei.t
Fiver's boats county.
. ii ice wa; or with the
: :-i mail ocean steamer,
.tful day. pa-sed without
to e introl the politics of the coun
try, manipulate political conven
tions and piace their interdiction
on the will of the people.
We believe that there is now,
and ever will be, in the American
people, a genuine appreciation of Nellie t,n..k Dr
public services, which will have its ce-ar.Hl' u-V i-o'i,
manifestation whenever pending pure, her I r.a
political issues are intimately asso- ''-' ' :
dated with those services. v3'1 " '"" ,!r '
i ,i , , d r ugii i.-.s.
It will not surprise us at all n
lieu. Harrison anil Mr. Cleveland Mr-: ol'te
are the opposing candidates in housetops w i
1 in g into ill" 1
x i n . I:
Raleigh Call: Last night ' ..! A. II
Andrews, president if the W.-t.ri-North
Carolina Ribrrrnl. . -liter,, I a
comph int and bird an nij'ine'a
against the board of directm-, i f tie
penitentiary in the superior e i i
clerk's office of Wake enuntv. Tue
complaint presents that there nr- n .w
employed on the roud one hun lri ,1 a.-, i
twenty-five convicts under the p; . i
ions of an act of 1--0, which in-rini;-ihe
employment of aii many as !i c hun
dred convicts by the road, that the pen
itentiary board is about to withdraw u
portion or all of those now at work i n
the road to the interrupt ion of the w ,,i k .
and that such action would be a viola
tion of the contract made under fie
act. Col. Andrews also tiled an or
junction restraining the board fr,an
withdrawing the convicts until th.ie
shall be a hearing: of the case. The m
', y ., .." ,,ni:an' junction was granted bv Judg- K. V.
c. . .1.1 ,.i net ion.- lor ArmielJof chambers in II ndersen on
S,-lit hv Iliad bv ad- . ,
- ., . yesterday,
i, man a this paper, J - - . .
r's Block. Itorlifs For a d isord-red liver try P. r .,in'-
laivl wly Pills.
The Season L
Fiv F::..i i , T:
a ri i
mi fort and pleat
-- i i : i : i)
,1 f rem j ra--':.-. ,
; - lean: - by nn East
-a. 1 a , : a -i tuple
,. vj .... ' v Red er
a 1: i J r I. chilis,
.i i b roat and Iain"
ve im : rail icn 1 cn re
ia;-i ail Nervous
i ; : , -1.- 1 it- won
- in ;h , Is of
:y to n.ake 1 1 known
. ' A," anted by this
r- : h mu oi su f-
of C'l :TC. to all
M IV II
: :i:!i Tabs.
v il MAM.Y.
P.E & CO
1 a--il-re in
f i vl Ii
ii- '' nil kintU
, it-- '.iiii ul vli
i ul fftl lltiftUM
' "' Hip A mfr
' f rail work
."U I . w w I y
fa , .
".f, t !
It. f .