unrBx-raz. . fclvit&oal ath al4aj. Emrioo. JI GST p-topl wooLi acci la iaH tklar If tar vr ao troab teJvttV rrt ab(tioo- Loc Til dkri(7 wik d malti Ul6fia la't Bif to noca tailiT ""Vt T lie tamer TirtM waica ravbidM tbm. DtlCimoj oi ipch ta more taaa loq-aaee; aol to pk Tblj Ul Wax vita whom we 4X. at man lata to ipk to rood he dol THIS ADIMTK VTIOH Of LAW A trrma of the olden lime once ,iJ "It i twtter to hive bud lift well d miniatured, than it 'to hire good Uw bd!j ad miniatured '' The miuei of man k;ud neffr look iqJo law books, and oulv judge of laws by their ad mini.trAtloa. If a law ia oppress ire, or iq jrtoaa,i; prompt and efficient atlmtD'.atration will lead to ita o litioo or Amendment. Oje of the mi: .-onspiouou l4't wUi-h ' lif people of this coaatrv : u oar judicial ajtm ta do: jutu- by: the iniustire i'f delay . The law of ciril pnxxsiare nymt to b a Jmiomtered oa the manai that it la better foroinaty n i n e r r aoaa to eacajve paring a demand whi.-h they owe than that one pet aoa should pas a demand which no: owe Henct it b.ia VOrd, or la good order. Racon- bailt BJ, iJt:ai 0f defena and CAX DOB la taw m1 of a noble checks which illustrate the afrategy il. prlection. Tbe reaolt la that unless the plain tiff ta well aapplieti with "the ainew of war," and ta willing to go on for the good of hia attorney, THK lata mwwtlQ J of the Demo he la driven to abandon hia cl.tim eraXi National Comtnitte elected altogether or j.-cepr any settlement Calrta 8. Btc of, Ohio, to tlx eaaixaaAoablp made vacant by the daaia of Uoo. W. II Ham am, of Coaaticat. CLXTtLi.i D aad Kraacta ta the tacatat for 13?J. Clereland and JVaaia hare done well so far. Xvaijbotljr known rtovelaad, and Oor. Fraaeia of MLuoorl ta tbe growiag man of the Wmi. Wm a dUUog-aiaheJ eitixn a ten joor aome yoa do sot ask kin to take a seat oa ia floor, bat tfk tboaUl Tiait Codfrvaa or the Lajrlalataxw it ia cooaidered ja.it the t&laf to do. later Oc-ean. Ir wa do have to go to wax with Eafftaqd a boat tbe far seal, A nerteaa wWe aod bachelors will kara to do mil tbe righting. Voa eaat entbaaa American married aaa oa th aabjct of aJ akma. Ainiri5 pickpocket are dock lax la to Taria. It ia earaeatJj to ba kotd that the authorities of aalad, tb oraaaieac and pride of of obstruction avaav, taa rweeCeat rhvm of woman, tka teen raaeaJa aid the rareat rlrtaa) of aoclailty. I5ntl Ste- that ia o(Terel by hi adversary. The ri.e of the defeudant against whom an uurighteoas demand is a.r:el is do better He it pre pared a: .my moment to i!.ot that he is a jast nun, ready and able to BMl hia obligations, bnt the op portunity ia denied him, und he suffers in person and projiorty t caus" of the laws del.iy. We need not refer to the delay m oriminal prociQre further than to remark th.it erery man accused ha a nght to a sjveedy trial by hia peers, and that unneceaaaxy delay lmpoaea baidahip upon the tnnoeent, and entails heavy ex pense upon the people. Hat perhap tbe greatest evil of the law's delay is in tie fact that it bring the law into contempt and justifies, in the opinion of many, a reaort to personal violence, and an appeal to the mob for that justice which the court deny. Ia every aapeet of the matter it tkal eity may take car of them and , appArS best that laws be adminis prraad them to become perm a- terered with impartiality, tlrmne Btellina. Philadelphia Pre. 4Bti dup(ch. Tax Samoa a Coo I are nee. ckxed s have been led to these re Ita laoora oa Fnday, aad tke agTeo-1 Sections by the annoancement that BMt reached wa sigaed by all tha jn tne Ate montclpal elections in BMatbef of U Conference: It t the Sute "LocalOption" has been aaid to bo enainonUy satufactory to l defeated ta all the towns in which oar gorernment la it final shape. J ;t D(U t tried, and that the I too national erder of event ; reason of thia defeat is very large troa naat advance la prtce in the ly because tbe law wa not proper ar fatare. What a bar eat the ; ly adm intatered, and t he people be Boatlk will then reap from it farn-j came disgnated with a probibuion aoea a they poor oat their steady ! that did not probibi'. atraaaa of wealth day by day. I We cannot believe that the tt-m- toi too protection of the Negro u. the emoyment either of hia civil or political rights, unle they are aasaited by State legislation. " The whole question ol tbe efftot of the Constitutional Amendments on the power ol the Federal (fovernment with regard to lum was reviewed inthe ( 'raikSh.mk case, in a jadge--WrDt delivervd by Chief J usttoe Waite. and it wah there decided that no attaoks on him of any die criptiou. by individuals or combina tion of individuals, which are not authorised ordirected by State atat nea, .ifford any groand,for federal in terference, or are puniahable any where bu'. in tbe State coorts. In other words, the Thirteenth, Four teenth, and Fifteenth, Amendments simply protect the Negro from hos tile 'State legislation. For protec tion against attacks on his person or proerty or liberty by individ uals, he ha-s to relv wholely on the StAte court and police. There need be no misunder standing In thia matter. All eimena are entitled to the same rights and our the same protection. Inaaainch as no State in the South has paaaed any act applic able to tbe negro which does not equally effect the white man there h no room for federal interferance. It is claimed, whether justly or unjustly it is not worth while to argue, that the discision of the!'. S. Sapreme Court in the Varbor oagb cae, gives to the Federal (Government the right to "take charge by legislation of the election ' a great many of members of Congress and of the ' scarcel and of the ! nnios tatoes. Mint We. Alliai.cc, No to be w i ' li battling lor i bagging tru and monopolies arc t.mglit tli.it farmers wul no longer 1 c hrm r- (! wood h 1 1 d i!nwir o t ,i ' e r I r 1 1 ami Mjc 1 1 I l din a h arm i r . ; lie members of Stirew.ilt 1 l"i. are di-'erur.ned others in Mont rank u r n g !i : i u ii : . 1 not only t - but ,i.I ot he r 1 1 ust 8 Onslow County Items. Weather tine, crops looking M iss K a: le Kobei ts from loit. is vi.-Mitit,' her cousins, (tornto .i i; 1 1 sifter, on New I i "el I e a u So! I:ei SI". FST CF EASTH. of the -a, Jones County Items. peoj. rul I. Mr, (iornto is largely m the tur tine bnsnic- s. const it u ted lords o! t century. 1 tie Faru.e; called into existeioi tlOIl of lot i es u h irh paralyse tin- .igneu! of the South Now reason toget her an, I tiinl are the causes o the Cond 1 Wow ol" the I ,i I :n el s. the tariff is burdensome a: tieeced on sales in our market r(ps, bu .wa pri me causes o t i . a r c. . ;o think not. Pa.'t e smoke houses, corn cri'i stacks t rvo i ir rl f A to have to pay lor t hem mu pr cent, at si ve c,i-!i we are bound to hav n : Me't entli A . l.a:n e was ' a i oin i n ,i 111 e .1 1 clo d to ural encrgit s come let us on; what Impressed 1 admit 1 w e were he sale o! he I he .t.oii r i i j e i ai r and ha doll't we l.UIldM'd vsila' !iecaue t ilea: . We too 1 as t w ee k , -o ahe ol our !l letol he li fst ' ; rood ! ul ol i h : :d ; c n a r.;i on i:n. p HOiKoi s is: ' in se s'era 1 ot I tie ! a: in t-1 'n;i;iin with II. 1-:. K::ig, Cs.j , toi tie, loiiml him and his with their happy family Ml the best ot spirits, - aig i n; a sol wave-, nd the many stiariL't a the rich man wh li..ns i.f wealth. the -tiught) w il'Si h stieet. i i" "ji an lU and its e we meet, in his mil- o,it on tho a man th i" aad rags, e should n- thillk ol fi o-i. !s. . t! -ix l.-et olio )Z'L. artli makes us all f 1 to W and artic! If we tented o w : 1 ca ii ii ot continue to tui t nese live. We c.iti i a:se he-leu at home it e would try. would tie prosperous, con and 1 1 a p ; we u . a -' raise ur pile-. l neic arc scores ol l.nuiers who scixccIn have a home made article about them, and right here 1 would in elude all classes to a o-rhmi extent. Visit their homes and wo would Bud they must hase ankee chairs, yankee bed steads, Yankee bureaus. bu w e gan and fs W a !l s 'lo! bu; it an: hou-e lor place I I a out on ii sleep or 1; your a ' : 1 o acres : : n i ' mi: ' not corn spirits. At night ad, some good music on the or with s;nir;iig by Mrs. King id I he (Ming ladles. Mr-, holy r.arnum and children om New llerne is visiting In k i . . mii : li has . -iiiiiiiier house and ti-ih 1 " r t ing purposes on his imock. Vwi can walk hai I in Ins house and h with hook and line to taction. lie has about III c'.om s, 'J' n ) in corn, ,")0 . Vi in r e, l.V) in cotton. In S wan sboro, on I lie 1th of .1 uly, a iegiilar b;g turn mi: is anticipa ted. amusements, -.a, !i as boat sail ing, bank parta-s at ; at night a grand entertainment and festival torthe !' uelit ol t he church. There w ill be go 'd music by experienced musicians. llevs (iraham ami d there this week to live were baptized and ' en 'ined t he -h. Tin, SIX ne s 1 1 Farineri are gettiDg their crops in fine condition. j Harvesting the grain crops 's now progressing. Seed peas are scarce and in de-' in tatters , mand by the farmers. air.-rt to despise. a, There f some ugly holes in the a.la-... lememher, my Irenton bridge. We have five inmates at the county poor house. Corn crops have improved very much during the past week. Dr. C. B. Woodley has returned home again lrom visiting rela tives in Virginia. The Episcopal Bishop of FCast Carolina will attend at Grace church, Trenton, the 2Sthof June. The oat crop is very sorrv with us so low in some places that if harvested it will have to be done by the sheep shears. Mrs. (. T. Coble of Trenton, has certainly a choice collection of rare ' tlowers, the finest J ever saw. A ' rare siht to any lover of flowers. i Trenton jail has one boarder and , he is a colored man. Our good Abner Dawson ninst not be a good hotelist or he would have more boarders. it ru .- MiO no., man with thousan .-pare U lio likes, llui he haughtily holds up his head. :. ! wle thinks he's abore th.' me hanie w ho toils. And i- honestly earning his bread; . '. Ins iruKl and his jewels ho cant take aw ay I i t he world up above when he dies, r death leeN all. and eouclti-ivelv fe.-t of enitli makes us all of at ilia, ist atterod an t Mm .kS 3e"sc(' v fflVa-fi TftfiRLESRriM e - man '"in .a- beneath lies a Male Inaifat heart. In e.itisp he'- not die-al. like hi- :n:iibor-. in style, hy "society" keeps them apart; ii one fortune smiles while tin-other 'i.e faib. - no matter what venturt ' : me ealls the.-m I., ,t !i to 1 1 he trie e 'rave in Ml. iaki t 1 t JIM and pi led Up with pmrnals pub presidential electors State legislatures as the electors of Senators." Hut, who suppoa.the federal government will attempt to control the election of State AfS& latureT If a law for this porpoae is enacte-d it mnst apply to all the States. The Government cannot take charge of elections in Alabama Georgia and North Carolina, and leave Maaaachu setts, New York and Ohio to the eierciae of their sor. erei-rn pleasure. There is no reaaon to suppose that any state at the North would be willin-r, for the sake of tha Boat ham NejfTO to commit the election of its State legislative to the charge of federal officers. Any party wbich seriously proposed such a thing woold sink forTer under the condemnation of the peo ple The whole matter resoles itself Into tin: There is no special Souther Policy; 'o race can claim the Kcial guardianship cf the Government. All citizens are alike amenable to law; all are alike entitled to protection. ot h IT y (ire a home a lew roast Go to the Maaafactarera Record. IT la raportaU, that Mr. itUme kaa r-afaaw4 a tar aaaeat to tbe eon-aiaaio-aa ratMd by the com ta i-aaa-aara to taa Derlia Conference, A kaa aeot inatmctiooa to oar rtpraaeatatiTM which have not tmm aaadw pahlie. Tn Jat bagiaf haa ten coa iOd ta a grare froaa which there vill bw mo reaamrtioQ. Nov there to a daty oaJy ia regard to thia natter that bwhooraa every eittoo pUuitar lo (oilov. W any no mat tor mow low jnU bag-flag fail, if to ooo coat pr yard, tt aaoald not bo ael. Barai Home. Taa Xaw York Saa taaiaU that thoro eaa bo ao Democratic ptrty maicoa SaotMl J. IUadaii ia rejsog miaod aa ita loader. A paper that d rotated Ben BoUer for Treai doat, hao ao right to bo heard ia tao Domooratio party, aad ita tag gaatiooa tao oary b looked apon with saaptcioo. Charlotte Chronl (Ho. It La ond-eratood here that the Ci-fllSerrico Commiaaton will short ry r--aec the President to ia.4ae an order bringing within the civt! aer Tlce law tho forco aeceaaary for tbe taking of tho eioveath censaa. Shoaid the Treoident grant the re onooii it will glra the Commiaaton oootroloahoat 1.00 appointmenta Waahiagtoa Foot. TH eloctioa of Mr. Cainn S. Brie to the ehairmanahip of the Domooratic National Committee ia m uiasaph for the reform wing of tho democratic party and ot thia wing ax-Preaident Clereland is the ooo loader to whom the rank and lio of tbe party look op aa ihe great exemplar of the principle of the party. Shelby N'ew Kra. What a beaatifal ob;ct t the beaatifal eye' How much freak ia piratlon is there in It Aod how dark aad repalaive is tne glance of that eye w bieb a ai mater ahadow OTer it. The poet Nathaniel P. WUlia wrote in one of hi - poems Tar it Kin th bi.xjj of ui olj ma Aa4 -Baa pala lf. T eh ia Lhrill or hepy ioa- Aad Ubt of a pitoi tjt Six saloon keeper were arrested la thia city y eater day for keeping epoa oa Sanday, and tbe corner atooe of two new eharehe were bud. In addition to Cb:. a large (oroe of men were kept employed daring tho day on new cab'e iinea. It ia a great thing to l;re a a town whoae moral progreao kee pace with ita maraJ deveiopmeoc. Kaaaaa City Star. Cox"UiDATir- i due Dr. W Loao O'faill of the New York br. who hao written a piea for tbe wooid-bo aaicido, maintaan log that niei4 ahoald not bo reckooed ao crime. Tbora ia soma peracce sentiment is losing ground in North CaroJma. Wherever it haa encoontered defeat tt has been beeaaae of methodi employed, or the failure in tbe admin titration ef laws, rather than on account of in herent weakness, or the infidelity of ita friends. Tbe world is growing better. The bleaaed aaaarance that ''the kingdoms of thia world shall be come the ktngdoms of our Ixrd" will have a glorioas fulfillment in the fallne of time. Man may rr. Ilaman judgment must con feaa ita fallibility, hut the decreea of oar God are tare and stead faat. W hen we consider law in ita ap plication to :ndtTtdnals and com man i tie, or i va relation to anntma to aad Inanimate creation, we flad ita perfect administration easential to the greatest good of the creature, and the highest frlory of the Creator. THE RE PI BLICA.N PARTY AMP THE XEWRO. When General Harrison w&s elected President, tbe ijueation which xa.serted its right to suprem acy, tu: "What will be Harrison's Soathern 1'olicyT" or in other word, -What will be the attitude of the Republican 1'arty towards the NegToT" Tbe inquiry has beeu thrust aaide, not txcause of any over ahadowing tasue, but on account of the insatiate greedines for office which admits of no refuaal, but steadily pres-ses tU claims with the appetite of a cormorant. In the proceaa of time office-seekers will be disposed of. and the Adminis tration must then addre&s itself to ijaeetions or public policy or sink into merited oblivion. While tbe world at larfce aces evidence of wonderful advance men', in the South and applauds her conduct, the Republican Party is not satisfied. It claims that it is robbed of ita power and influence, at the South, because elections are determined not by a majoruy of the votes cast, but by the skillfull ma nipulations of the minority in sony? inatances, and by personal violence and intimidation whenever ihev are necessary to defeat the designs oftbe Republicans. Now what c-an the Republican. Party, wdich suffers, or bci.eves it so "Tesrs, from t h is a ta t e of t h : n g. do j by way of remedy j Whatever mav b the leasons of exported' e, let it be jresamed that Ilepublicans contemplate nothing offensive to tbe spirit of the Con stitution or hoatile to the jreniusof j American institutions. This bMng the caae. we may fairly take it for j granted that the Republicans are: restricted, for toeir remedy, to new legislation, the enforcement of dormant acta, or the exercise by MR. DRUE AND THE WORLD. The New York World was not tavorable to the election ot Calvin S. Brice to tbe chairmanship of the Democratic National Executive i Committee. In replying to the Rrooklyn Eagle's endorsement of the platform of 1JVS4, the World says: While maintaining a scrupulous regard for tho rights of property aa denned by law, the platform of ISA declar ed stontly In favor of all legislation that will tend to the eqnitable dis tnbntion of property, to the pre vention of monopoly and to the stric: enforcement of individual righta against corporate abase.'' Woold this declaration aeem quite consistant with tha advancement of a millionaire closely identified with the intereata of corporations aad monopolies to the leadership and management of the party making itT" If we did uot know that the World is intelligently edited we might not wonder at ita blundering. The chief difference, between the two great parties, is in the fact that the Democratic Jmrty is a party of principles, while the liepnWican party is a party of expediency. One holds to a strict construction of the onstitution, while the other give to that instrument the utmoet latitude and the freest possible constrnction. The Democratic par ty insists that the National Govern ment haa no power that is not conferred by tjie Constitution: the liepablican party claims lor the General Government absolute do minion over the States and Terri tories of the I nited States and the people thereo). The Democratic party may go before the country upon any platlorm of its past Cam paigns: the liepublican party, hav ing no fixed standard, must adopt a new platform for every canvass. It is usual for Democratic platform sto emphtfize pre aent issues, but thia is alwavs done in language that conforms to established principles. What obiectlon can there be to Mr. Price's Democracy? Is it a party sin for a Democrat to be rich? Is it j-mssible that the World cannot discTirr. mate tietween the employ ment of individual talent so as to acquire per.onal wealth, and the prostitution of government amen de to the upbuilding of a privi leged clasa, c ausing the oppression of the many for the benefit of the few! In tbe ever memorable cam paign of 1 vSs Mr. lirice contributed largely of his means to achieve Democratic success. He is a Cleveland Iiennocrat, and Cleveland is the leader of the American De-mocracv. yankee shovel and yankee centre table stacks of agricultural lished in Louisville, Kentuckv, or Springfield, Ohio. Go to the kitchen and you will imd a ankee stove, yankee bucket, j ankee dip per, yankee towel, yankee soap and art teles. all m.iile article ed sweet po smoke house, brother lartneis. and we will tind a piece of white Chicago meat, a piece of a barrel of Minnesota rloar, a small quantity of Irish po tatoes from Maine, a suall stand ol Chicago lard, a bag ol Richmond meal, a keg of so cal led Cuba mo lasses, and a ji:g of vinegar from New Jersey. Go to the barn and there you will tind his Kentucky mnle or mules, fed on shipstutl trom Raltimore, mixed with hay from Illinois, cut with a knilel'rotn New York : his wagon is from Michigan, uis harness lrom .Massa chusetts, his plow lrom Pennsyl vania, his buggy from Ohio, and even the old guano sacks about have on them Rhode Island. I have nt named an article but could be, raised in North Carolina. It will pay no farmer to raise cotton and buy his supplies. For the sake of coming generations and the love we cherish for our common country, let us encourage home in dustry, and try to pl.i-st er our State over with spare ribs, back bones and sausage?, instead of mort gages. It has not been very long since a mercantile gentleman told mo that some farmers, so called, would come to town and give mortgages to the amount of forty or tifty dol lars and trade out every cent of it before they left town. Ret us practice economy and stop this universal and inexcusable wa-te. Sin ; ' h ! each large audieiici by i in m its : :: t lie chu; . Ii. The R. R. t being talke a bon R. 1 1 a- tell. vvn. II lUl: ti 1 el so much county is i until u is tur.lt, we recoil. We want a and need one. but every one :. u hell V"'.. Ii. c tlial tries .. hattle tie' world and its fr :s help him ahnr, and he'll succeed. '"ii't crush him because he is down; a cup of eohl water in charity given - rrmrinh.-ied with joy in the skies: re all but human, wp ye all got to (lie. 1 1 u nd six; feet of eaith makes us all of ! no ze wants it to come to h so many places for George Smith say i t hrough his farm a! is place, and it to go to. must come the -Ham mock " I'ave Ward says he will give right of way A. j through his place. So there is no doubt but w hat we will have a ia:l road, if it never comes here Oar old friends, Renj. Simmons, .lore Spicer and doe. Gray, who by the way has taken a better half to help him, I.. Sidburry, I. Bishop and others whose acquain tance we formed, all have good farms and as clever people as we ever met. ' I'rin-nh-iici " is the name ot a new church just established in that community by Kev. BeDj. Ward, at which place his quarterly meeting was held then. We like the place so well, that we are going there to live a w h 1 le with Inend King. The people down t hat way don't make much cotton. Peanuts corn, potatoes, rice, sugar-cane and vegetables, with plenty of honey, makes independent farmers. Look in ones barn and smokehouse and it is not empty either. We saw gooil corn and gome good cotton, and the best peanuts you ever saw for the time of year. Col. K. W. Fonvillo has the best cotton, Mr. Dave Canad.iy at Snead's ferry the best corn, Hill King, the best pea nuts Ac. Sand Hill Dots Promising prospect for a good fruit crop this year in this vicinity. Harvesting time for wheat is here. Some of our farmers expect good results. The New Berne .RiURNAL is heartilv supported in this commu- Let us. mv Alliance brethren, raise the standard of intelligence and U1t.v- o doing wttriout it. bring into our farm work more in- One of Trinity's young men, Mr. telligence and skill, and infuse G. K. West, returned home a few into every blow we strike more days smce to spend vacation, physical energy and eoul vigor. -j h0 "peeping ot biddies" are To accomplish this great end we heard plentifully in this section, should take a home paper, write Success to you. raisers. Fried for it. and communicate to each ehicken is n il itahlp Gardens as a general thing are ini n tr rtll ( '-j hlvj irAfl enllarHfl and do away with our old. slip shod , n - q v min; ', in with , . -- r. tomatoes, all are in a good growing condition. The question, who will be Presi- We cert linlv feel UCIU ul Lue rauioau ncii, uueo uut -at' agitate the minds ot our sons of in a a .-vtii ci i nil. i , , . other the best methods, and give each other our home experience methods. I am rejoiced to say that we have such unmistakable evidence of progress in our Alliance work in South Ho wan. encouraged to efforts since the little we have done is so full of promise. My friends, what fields ol usefulness are open ing up before us. Let us not for ! get the great principles we cherish : and the noble aims we would achieve. Fraternally. Faumkk. Yost. N. ( ':, June 1st, 1 s-'.'. Hon 1 liey ote in (rcfce. Any man in Greece can be a , candidate for any office," says Dr. Constantine, uand when a man j announces himself as a candidate, the government must provide a! ballot lox for him. If ten men ' announce themselves as candidates j for Mayor, a separate box is set up for each candidate and every voter . must vote in each of the ten boxes." , "Then each candidate would get j the same number of votes, I should think." "That is possible, but I never knew it to happen. Let me explain a little further. We vote with black aud white balls. Each ballot is divided into a black and a white compartment with a funnel in the middle, livery voter is given white balls and ITIack balls, and putting his hand down in the funnel, droits them as he chooses. A white ball is lor and a black ball against a man. If the citien wishes to vote for Mr. A. anil for him only, he drops a white ball into his Dvx and black balls into the other nine there are ten candidates , or he can vote for two of the candidates or lor the whole ten if he chooses. h:s vote being really of no account in that case, of course. The man who has most white balls in his box is elected. When two representatives are to be elected, the man having the next highest number ot white balls gets the second place, and soon. tkiag r-sToitlDf La oaa's idea of aiHy and JaaUee ia fencing or the Freaideot of neglected constitu-laptf-Malsg mem poor duhearten . tiooal authority. Jt hopwta. kalf-rraied sreatare The autonomy of the States mast who aaspci hia own life. Better ' be preserved, and any attempt to ksiild tor hiaa aad thoe like him override their auihontv will b held boom ( reagw, and appoint a lew aa an unwarranted usurpation, food aaaa aod wooiea U help them "t oogTeas haa been cut off from any Cavrt MM ia lb world. Waahlng- attempt to eiercise generaJ police totl Posit. ' Pwr f aDJ ort w'thio the State lndiirnant. The t hril'ty peasant one day received a v needy cousin. Ilan. -tl.e who besought him tl day. of his donkey. 'I should be most h.ippv , cousin." said N.i.r ed dm, unfortunately he ha.s gone a and I have no manner of know where he uiav Ik" The words were no sooner spn ten than the donkey set up a load bray ing from a shed in the yard, 'Tlce honk ! bee honk !" "But, good Nar I" exclaimed nmhj m Lttr. 1 Hah., there is surely thy donkey A l.tur from Mr. J. W. Kaby. Union at borne aud seemingly quite well." Cur, lad. . uti: "I bar ua CLark Kxtrsct ol Klx (PapMloa) Coagh Car Nar ed-ilin -it from his ! .11 Favored, i' loan, for a good 'but tray, edge toil verv much, w e will onlv say that Simmons is preferable with us. We hear of a great deal of 8ick ness in and near the neighborhood. Mrs. .1. Lvan8 has been critically ill for several weeks, but glad to say at this writing she is convales cmg gradually. Cause and Effect. Many things which seem myster ious, and serve to puzzle the wisest men, might be, it the cause and effect w ere understood, as easy of solution as the question in the following incident, which is related of Butl'on, the great naturalist. ! ( ) tie day he entertained a company i of distinguished savants at dinner, I at the conclusion of which they all ! went out into the garden. ; It was a very hot summer's day. In the centre of the grounds there j stood oa a pedestal a large glass j globe, which one of the guests happened to touch with his hand, when he found, to his astonishment that it was warmer on the shady side than on the side turned toward the sun. He communicated this discovery to tbe other guests, who at once 'proceeded to verify t he statement. What could be the cause ? An animated discussion ensued, m the course ot which every imagi nable law of physics was made to account for the strange paradox. At leig'.'u our scientists agreed that it mu.st be so, owing to the laws of reflection, repulsion, or exhalation, or some other law of physics with a long name. The host was, however, not quite convinced, and, calling the gar dener, he said to him, "Pray tell us why the globe is warmer on the shady side than on the side turned to the sun T" The man replied, "Because just now I turned it round for fear of its cracking with the great beat." I nuatural History. Ldith came home from the kindergarten tie other day, and saitl that she hid got up to tbe head of the natural history class. What was the question f " asked her mother. "It was this: -How many paws has a dog !' "' "Well, how did you answer it 1" I said. -Three.' " "Three I And how did you man age to get to the head on that answer A Miser's Iron Tf ill. As two travellers were passing on foot through a sequestered valley, their way led them through a lonely little church-yard, upon one of the tombstones of which they deciphered the following singular inscription: "Here lies the soul of one whose name shall perish.'' "What a queer old epitaph!" exclaimed one of the travellers; "the xoul of one, forsooth ! how could the soul of a man be im prisoned in a sepulchre !'' 'Ridiculous !" rejoined the other, who was a man of few words but much sagacitv; and thev proceeded on their journey in silence to the next town. But the sagacious man thought that he discerned in the words chiselled on the old marble slab something more than their first sense expressed. lietorning privately to the lonely church-yard, he removed the slab from its place, and found buried underneath it a heavy iron casket, which, on beiDg opened, proved to be full of gold pieces. On the inside of the lid ot the casket were inscribed the following words: "To him who has wit enough to interpret tbe true meaniDgofthe words graven upon the tombstone I bequeath the treasure, may be make a better use of it than I did !" "Ha ! ha !" laughed the sagacious traveller, "if not your son, I am at least vour heir. Never mind the name, old boy. Let it perish !" And he went on his way, re joicing. Crooked Eels. Au elderly man sat placidly on the string piece of a far downtown pier, contemplatively waiting for a bite at the other end of his fishing line. It came, and the old fellow pulled out a Tery --wriggly" eel. What'm I goin' to with 'imf he echoed to a stranger's querry. "I'm going to make 'im lay still and keen alive, too." Grasping his squirming prize with a well sanded hand, he laid him out perfectly straight along a crack in tbe wharf's flooring. Then he let him go. The eel's eyes had a strained, intense look in them, as if he was doing his level best to squirm, but not a quiver passed along his rigid length. "Fver see a machine get on a dead center !" asked the wise old fisherman. "That's what ails the eel. Ye never see an eel straight in the water. No, nor ye never will. He's got to keep crooked, or rather he can't get straight. When he is he's paralyzed. One set of muscles pulls just as even against the other, so he can't move." A hour later the stranger passed that way again. The eel still lay there, feeling, no doubt, like the Titan under the mountain. The old mau gave the eel a push, 60 that the straight line was broken. The eel began instantly to wriggle harder than he did on the end of the line just out of the water. "How did you learn that trick?" the stranger asked. "I always knew it," was all the old man could tell. Philadelphia Press. The birds up here are having very short rations this summer on huckleberries, as the bushes are so en hance ; closely watched and picked by the huckleberry brigade that birds have no showing. Died at Trenton on Tuesday. of June, Mrs. White wife ot ' I. W. White of Jones circuit.! Mrs. White died of typhoid fever. : She was taketi to Trinity College lor interment. Mrs. bite leaves a grief-stricken husband aud live small children to mourn their loss. We learn that on Saturday Dlght last at Trenton quite a biick flat ting and bottle chunking affair took place between t-omt! young white men from the country and several ot the negroes. A Mr, Hudson was struck by a brick and was severely hurt. We hear that the officers of the law had con siderable difficulty in managing some of the negroes who appeared disposed to have a riot. Some of our enterprising citizens of Trenton are having daring the dull times a real good time of it hooking loggerhead turtles in Capt. Page's mill pond. We learn tht they suspend their hooks to a swinging limb just so it will reach the surface of the water with a frog as bait, which is soon dis covered by the turtle, bites at it and finds it impossible to break the hook, as every effort that he makes to do so makes a kind of vibrating motion of the limb and he fiDds nothing to stand upon but water, then you can paddle up yonr boat. get him by his tail, but mind and watch his bead. We trust every old Confederate soldier of Jones county will attend at Trenton on the 4th of July at the soldiers meeting. We desire to see every one there on that day. Come let us have a real good old reunion. Let us meet and spend one day move together and talk over and call to memory the inci dents and recollections of Peters burg, Richmond, Cold Harbor, aod many places that where we have been, and then organize and make out a full list of the old veterans of Jones. Some of the soldiers have suggested that we bring our DasKets, ana alter meeting, we have a good old fashioned picnic; combine pleasure with business We truly hope that every man of Company 1, G6th Kegiment, who resides in Jones will meet ns on that day. I have in my possession the old company records, will have them there on that day, so all can look them over and refresh their memories. Come out old Company F and lets get into line and call the old roll and learn how many are yet alive UneColorsThat ilrrHrj, jmu i PWash out NorFade ONLY USINq vis 21 fSTPh T o i- , J - Sold bydruggistS PEEBLESS BBOSZT PAINTS B Color, PEEBLES I.ArNDBV BI.l I.N0. PEEBLESS INK POWDEBS-5 Kln.i. 7 Color. PEEBLESSSHOE AMU HARNESS WUESMXi. PEEK LESS mm DIES H tolurs. 5-Ton Cotton Gin Scales, $60 BEAM BOX Brass Tare beam. WarranUd f. -r ' rs I ' Krturht 1'aid. ACENTS WANTED. S he d for I f r. "JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT.' tor tTff l-nrr 1,11. yin'i.--.- JONES of BINGHAMTON, BinRhamton. N. V. K. R, JONES, PROFESSIONAL. II DOI.l'H DL I KV. K B. Nil JN. Duffy & Nixon, ATTORN E V 8 AT LAW, NEW BERNE, N. C. Office over R. N. Duffy 'a drug store. Branch Office: Catharine Lake, Om !.vv county. aplQdwly P. H. PELLETIEE, T T O It N i: Y AT I- A W , AN!) MOM V lilt! KEIl. Or.v.-m Ht., two doore South of Journal office. A S.C( .1 '. 1 v rt'Hf'r 111 II f f'Ot 1 H ' i T . klilk.ll . i. - 1 1 r il.oll T.11. A 1. j.r,.. tW. Ill II: t . w- t ' ihhii. r- : . 1 . : . 1 .1 . . JliHl . w H I.il I'Hlnliu 1 i i . 1 MaT.-s I'olirl nt " rw t. ru- l d Mill.; 1 i:i- I iul of U.tf MlBle. It-Ill till 1.1 Vt KM M AM U. H (ILI lS. Manly & Guion, A I I' o K 1. Y rt AT 1 A XV . Ofl',-,-2 1 tljor of Ureen, Foy & Oo. ' bank. Middle street. New Berne, N. C. Will practice in tbe courts of Craren mi l Hilj lining counties, in tbe Supreme ( lirtcf the SlHte. and in tbe Federal Courts. apl6 d wtf i l5T H L GIUBrt. Heavy a n a Groceries, Dry Goods & Notions. I r. M SIMMONS. Simmons & Gibbs, ATTORNEY8 AT LAW. Will practice in the countiei of CraTen, Jones. Outflow, Oarleret, Pamlico, Lenoir ami Hyde, and in the Federal (.'oil rln. OIHce (in Craven ftreet, next door below J' 'i KNAI. oflife. apl'Jdwtf )R. J. I). CLAKK hewiiri, . o. iiml H r ul 1 . The Best of iYIedicine, 1 liit 1 11 re Corn V h ii key . at J. I' TAYI.Oi: H Full Stock and lare 'rt rr.ent. Prices as low ae the 1 ii Call and examine my dork. Satisfaction guaranteed" Purr Alrohol. At J. !' T.n I.i 'U S. Ho ! For the Sea : Kiikvvood Flour, The In Ht in market for tbe price, At J ' TAYLOR'S Beet Summer resort on the coai-t it tbe lovely island of O cracoke. Nature has made it so! Man has im proved it! Sea breezes from every di rection! Finest fishing in the world! Sailing and surf bathing. Boats, Suits and Fishing Tackle at command for reasonable iTice. Cassarri'g Pure Leaf Lard, Tin: i-.K-iT. At .1 1 . TAYLOR'S. l oot of M idd lo Kt reel . Kinston Book Store, I ti Hotel 7 nil It ii Ml iiir. GRAND OPENING OF THE OCRACOKE HOTEL, SPENCER BROS.. Phoi 'i.s. ON JUNE 18th, 1889. Hotel enlarged. Table, tupplied with the best. Servants attentive and polite. Soda fountain. Band of muei". K.iUh low. Steamer two trips a week from W.ihh ington and one from New li. rne. 'irt.t trip June lth from VVr.shinKto;i ti"i:m-. Per day . . . --"1 M to S1.1 Oj. Per week. . . .7 Co to 10 00. Per month, .... :;0 00. Address SPENCER. BROS-, jilld w2m Washington. N. C Demorest Magazine. "The Land oftbe Midnight Sun" mast indeed be an interesting portion of the earth's surface to risit if we may judge from the ex tremely interesting and beautifully illustrated article about that region that appears in Demorest'a Month ly Magazine for July; and that the modes of travel in that far-off country are agea behind the times is clearly shown by turning to another article in the same number of this valuable Family Magazine. In a most charming manner we are told of the -'Comforts of Modern Kailway Travel" in our own coan try, and the illustrations give us a comprehensive idea of the luxury one may find in one of our palares on wheels, from the kitchen to the boudoir. "Birds In Our Homes," by Olive Thorne Miller, also hand somely illustrated, will please all lovers of onr feathered friends; Verj Sad. Elder Thompson, the famous Universalist preacher who died some years ago, was once asked to marry a couple whose religions views were at variance with his own. After the ceremony the bride groom expressed his entire satisfac tion with the service. don't see, he said, "that you could have done it any better it you'd believed in a hell.' A Lttle theological discus sien lollowed. in which Elder Thompson advanced the idea that "a man gets hell in this world." Two years after Father Thompson met the man again. "You remember vou married me V the man said. "Yes." 'And that I said I hoped it would bejust as happy a marriage as if you believed in a hell T" "Y'ou said something like that." "And that you said some folks got their hell in this world T" "I might have said so." "Parson, you was right." What They Meant. When children are impressed by the personal misfortunes of others, they doubtless feel a tenderer sym pathy than do most other people. A little jirl oncea.ked why a friend who had been ill with small pox, "had marks on her face." The reason was told her, and, though she said nothing in reply, her face was grave and thoughtful for many hours after. Some time later her little brother saw a negro whose face was similar lyj marred, and was considerably amused at what he thought the man's very funny appearance. "He's got holes all over his face !" he whispered to his sister, in high glee, but that young lady gravely "Aids fn Tipanfv" a neries of ar ticles commenced in this number, J drew him aside, into a corner will certainly be of great benefit to those who wish to enhance their personal charms. The stories in the July number are particularly attractive and summery, and the beautiful "lioae" frontispiece is a studv in colors well worthy of framing. Published by W. Jennings De morest, 15 East 14th Street, New York. ' Why, T wo.' tb e o ' ! . f r f aa4 tind it a oo-mplata ouxa for deep m141 cold. It haa doc a mora than two of our moat ikillfal phyticUni. Ht children hd th Whoopim Cough aod with the aid of your Cough Cure thT had it tT7 light oomprd with Mighbora' children who did not take It. I bLiT u to tx U bt oough cur in Lh market." Ho it ia. A laxga boulaoal? $1.00. Claxka'i Flax Hp forLha&kin. It lda them ail. Price 2.3 canta. Cough Cur and Soap for laie br V- S. Duffjr, drognut. liereuKin azr-t'-i-(lin rose m jfrenit wnith and .showed llati the door. "Kegone. scoundrel !" he .shouted. TO! HIM'1'9. Whether on pleasure bent or business, should take on ererr trip a bottle of Syrup of Figi. ai it acts mot pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevrrs, heaJ acha and other forms of sickness For sale in ZOc. and SI OJ bottles by nil lead ing druggists . , EDConragintr. The literature of clumsey con- h.ldren all said f atulations would take a whole book to record, i One day an absent-minded gen tleman haa occasion to congratu late a bride who had just been married to an officer of the marines. "A very good arm of the service, Hated lrom t onu m pi lo n. Several physicians predicted that Mr. Asa U. How ley, druggist, of Chicago, would eoon hare consumption cauBed by an aggravated case of Catarrh. vmir hnshand'a. ma'am ." said the tb tinally induced him to try i, . jj ' . ,.ifa mor. Clarke-. Fxtr.rr . nf Flax i Panillon I f!. auscUL uimuou ixiau , w v." LuBtomers tinally induced him to try . , -. ... v . tarrhCure. He says: ' The result was U'6 ana Kllieu in it an mo time unprecedented. I commenced to get m akes promotion rapid, you see ! ' well after the first application, and am Tnmmr In T-rtn L-nrtwr 11 Ii n t , JLJ ' ' ' V J 1 W I W II II .JUL those marks mean!" she asked him impressively. Tommy shook his head, his eyes growing large and round. "They mean he a been very sick," said the little preacher, "and that he 'most died, and God made 'em there on his face, so folks would always remember to be sorry when they looked at him." The Hew Davis, The Pioneer Sewing Machine Orders left with Mb .in IIS 81'TKK or wlthMKS. HINWon MWldle street for tbe DAVIS S It W 1 IS' U MAt-HINK will receive prompt attention. aplldwly J. M. niNKS. Agent: THE (JltlNOEK FRUIT AND VEGETABLE EVAPORATOR. The Clieapest and Best Evaporator ia the 1'orhl, Which for its Cheapness, Simplicity and Perfection commends itself to the use of families for domestic purposes. With one of these Evaporators you can have Fresh Vegetables on your table the whole year round. There are three 6izf-s and prices, 1 to-wit: 83.50, SG 00 and S10 CO. Order early. D. T. CARRAWAY, Agent of Manufacturers, mil dwtf Naw Berne, N. C. School books and school supplies a specialty and at living pricot. Hojster's candy, the test in town; fruits, cigars, tobacco and anulT. Headquarters for fishing tackle, crockery, glassware, etc. Agent for the New D.ivin Hewing Machine. Hospectf u lly , JOHN L. HARTSFIELD Kington. N. C. Land For Sale. TWi 'I It ACTS IN l.KNOIK ("(M'.sTY Ix mile i HJiilli of Kinston, oil Houlh Went CrM-k. No 1, XO acrri, wllli one hundred cleared, Iwlnnoe well Umlxred. aWapt el to growing corn, roll on. pemm, etc. A portion nf the cleared land embrace! a rich Hiirli, No. '2, 'J-'-") of Umber lubd, al'out one and a half tulles lrom traet No. price M,ink) raRh. rr pftrt rnih with ap proved ft-rcurlty for balanc. App'y to JAMEH VILLIAVl., KIiih ton, N. C, Or to JOt'KNAL 'KKILK. nIdwtr New Iterne. N. I Spring Session OF Vance Male and Female ACADEMY. GREEN, FOY & CO., Do a General Banking business. New Banking House, Middle Street, fourth door below Hotel Albert, fel dwljr NEW BEItSK, N- ". " Opened January 28, 1889. The patronage of the public is res pectfully solicited. Terms for young ladivs not exceed ing S70 00 per session of rn-emontha, including Vocal and Instrumental Music, tail course In Book-keeping and 'Commercial Law, BDd Penman ship. Many pupils -ft through for 850.00. Full cory s of competent teachers. For further information address W. R. SKINNER, PRINCIPAL. Polloksville, N. C. KINSEY SEKU3INARY, A Boarding School for Girls and Young Ladies. Fall Term opens Aug. 29th. Write for Catalogue to JOSEPH KINSEY, Principal. VAN VINKLE GIN MACHINERY CO., COTTON GINS, PRESSES, FEEDERS :-: CONDENSERS. The Van Winkle Cotton Gin Machinery Runs L;ght. Make Bail Turn-Out, now, after a few weeks, entirely cured. ' It will do the same for you. Price Si UO. Try Clarke's Flax Soap for the Skin and you will use no other. 2") cents. All of Clarke's Flax Remedies , are for sale by Y . S, Duffy, druggist. The sunniest lives have seasons of shadow. Opportunity ia the rream of time. A dealer in horses was showing a thoroughbred to a well-known Connecticut clergyman. He point ed oat the good points one by one, and concluded by declaring, "In fact, the animal is absolutely per fect." "Well, well," said the minister, quickly, 'I wish he be longed to my church. PIMPLES OX THE FAC Denote an impure state of tbe blood and ara looked upon by many with suspicion Acker's Blood Elixir will remove all im purities and leave the complexion smooth and clear. There is nothing that will so thoroughly build up the constitution, pu rify aad strengthen the whole system. Sold and guaranteed by R. Berry, New born, N. C. JP5';r l l 1 I'M? I iJ Cic.in Sped, Good Sample, Etc. I l.uir ...l.l Mrditli ml Ihe Tril Fir for fh- II- I (lnnrfii Ma- li I ii r . .old -f rl m 1 al Inlrrnatlonal 4 i o ii K in1i It n ) n r I o ii . K . ' . Tnrl.oro, . Vmlr. m I tln It an4 Klrl Irl.- at t r nu- f'-r prict'h and dlacounta. Van Winkle Gin and Machinery Co., ATLANTA, (.VI FROST KING COMPANY. EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF Trade Mark Hri;lstcr-il;3Iiiri li Dth, lis. ';ilfr, A-ilt itnd Iron! lo not iifl' - It. Pr8ren!s Bricks Turning Whita. U ! nil WhIIs and (iir- f'uCCN I'HI1. Waterproofs Brick and Stone. Itli::tU Walls mil do Wulcr l r I. You Can Paint Over Cemented or Brick. 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