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m Hint Kilt l
N'DKPKXDENT IIST ALL T:
Tor Til m lB:i.t0 J M
new m:i:E, craven county, n. c
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f " ...-w.w "!-- ;!MrM. .- ui. n,.. t ti
....Tt.. -i -- .r nit MSI
fV ? - 1 .. i . - - - - , -
WILL 4V tflJCf M
to try oa Box a UMflt
tocum plate hemiifc.
THiX STOCHr niFAlEE) DIGESTION ;: DISORDERED UYlfl;
w C ' : brtm.t-.ajt ' ' "
- -.- ' - ' 9- 4C0.Hl i ' Cii S! . ftta tw. a
CtNTS A BOX.
.i r t
r i -1
5,000 Lbs. of Wool.
bay jamt WW in ! rv '
Wkt fmll !m of aipJi of rn' ' . i:
I yor nl. For p;. va r : o :' rn'..0i l u - '
. -j f t l: r 1
-r i'.cI Tear! Shirt.
KIN3TON", X. C
A lot of Mason's Fruit Jars just received.
a .2 - '
j ! t
, 8 i
t: s if r
w w V
v '-. 9.1
K k n n
TlTR President has appointed ran be Immm
Hon. Woi. Walter l'helps, of New turn- nut me.
.Jrrsfj, mioister to German . bill. 1 1 . r ; i.
I)vtl A. How MAN. of North irt W.i;; i:n 11
C.trolma, haa boen apiK)intol a thnr whrn
t;mbt agent m the (rt'in ral I. and
NN' Ki'sski. liow IK, ex-mem bi-r
of the City Council of Uichtnond,
V., h- btcii M-ut mi to the grand
jury for forger.)
Fl.AMK hM l)n abided to hood
at JnljDittowii. Fjorable wiiuIh
ami prompt jdwi, ul rh:!.v.lelphi.k
i- 'iiiptiniei aertt4) a il na.ifroan
ro n ti j .it ion .
In i: i on there m strength, and
in qliuu aJone can the organized
-,n. Itistriwt of the Nation bop to
rope against centralifed r.vcility.
Tin' National Fvmomut.
SKHi'H s trouble in apprehended
with the Flat Head Indians in
Montana: they refaae to surrender
three manlererw, and a determined
force is h-elng tent against them.
TrtK New York Star claims that
no other papvr, in the aame period
of time, ever made the sncceaa or
the impreaaion which the Star has
made in the half year of ita new
"THK Interior Mepartment pro
pono to suppress this year'n medi
t no dance of the Kiowaa and
Camanebea. It is a perfectly de
ofrxiA dance. Ita medicinal feature
cooaiaU in sacrificing two Indians,
who are killed and cremated."
NTiinia sterna to be too mean
for some men. There is an old
fellow in Maine who is imposing on
hia bns in the most shameful man-
ner. He naa pur. an t'leoiric neui
m lb hen boose and tha hens lay Compinv. T.i.
day and night. Hnrlington Free holders 1:1 Irt ! i
Fresa. much I.ind owi.
Tuk Fresident has appointed ( inted St.ilt .
John L. Stevens, of Mame, t-o be Englishnitii n;
Minister Resident to the Hawaian
Island; George Maney, of Tennes
- see. to b Minister Resident to
Paraguay and Uruguay, and Martin
Crawford, of Ohio, to be Consul
( ieneral to St. Petersburg.
TilK land in Oklahoma is all
taken up. Texas has 5,0OO,0!
acres of better land which is free to our
ol cons ia"
'rhf ..; .
da ... '
S t : i '
e l ' : i
met:: s 1.
i d . re
w cor t i -
in c :i ; : a '
abroad ." Si
is to !.. 1
k w; :
are o ' n n 1 i
anc t o o t h i
ex act , t here
land under ;
m an age me :;
viduals or i
',7'0.'- I ;ltTf o!
chnsetts, so that ;
other countries, a:
ance to o;hei
enough to make ,(
like Massachu-" ; :.
whole of New lui
than some go er
support a k i n r . T;
of land owned by
corpora; ion ;
corporation i.;, ,
a ' es
tansm is in direct opppsition to the
theory of the Federal Government,
and the conduct of the founders of
The tanfl was dt signed to rai.-e
r. e ii ae for the government, but
.'.;i been perverted fioni i's
. r i ua! purpose and is now ust d
: the ::otection of certain indus-.e-.
which, under its fostering
arc. have become powerful nio
nopulu's. Nt)t more than one third
of the revenue from customs got s
into the treasury ol the 1'nited
S-.i't-s. by l.ir : the greater part of
: t ; carried to the pockets of man u
I.icturers and capitalists. This
be.rii; the ease, the Jor UNA I. Saul,
"If the est ablihment of the Con
it derate States in the territory of
the I rnted States was treason, the
entrenchment of capitalism in the
republic, is revolution." Perhaps
the sentence would have been
clearer il instead of the word
.'"'", we had written r hellion,
but the sense and force of the
sentence would not have been in a -tenally
Revolutions are not necessarily
blood . Those that have exerted
I III. 1 !' ( !! J: ' sj; e
" 'late rain.
I n a'
1 i IMC -
(.--ai h . i
r- v , , ,
K i : .
t) llr 1 1.
r ir i -
I .1) H
i ' 1 ft y
( hivcrnor has
M. M. Marshall
'I ma at the Paris
ib ' X pi-clH to ht-
nicnt. On In f!. Fr
' J o 'clock Mr. K I
farrior pit-ur.n loose.
I'rii I ad e I nh i a Ht'iionn
lllem nrriv.-d ::t Inm
saim." mi j , 1. n 1 1) tr 111.1 1 1
Raleigh Call: Cart- B. 1'. Wi
has just fttowed away nmcty-livc
Of hay from hish'airview farm are!
. . 1 1; i i, i
h- o, h
al 1 ".
(I.e t f" l J
1 1 1 1 1 j
I h i
' Mi One
' i i 1. 1 i. v cl rau lie
inn h, ii ei ectt'd at,
- . Mr.Mi' '
I a II I r-"! i
I i i 1 1 .-
Til II lor a
rn an age
l h lo r, e
alii w .
p I a U - . i I
A - -i lib y i...
was lo It1 hi.
In .bliii r . . i .
in a k -j a pr ac l
a the ''ail-in
ovi rb'i: -. !
I i . i- r i., r
A M e 111 b I V W !.r
one of ', ,,i
1 r -;
1 '. i ' i
'k p I are on Mon
b a 1 1 - 1 1 u r y aiiil
at the cen
'tte il lo in
to be a bear
K ' ' np
' ' 1 1 n l
'in l r i hutp
ill . i v i r !
pracl i -;il
p e a u . I in
... : ol the greatest mil nence upon men and camSinu
: and nations have been elTected without fet-1 who
a resort to arms. This of which we ton Culb .
-.: are have spoken a revolution which
'! i has changed our political system
- : - ,:i wa- not accomplished by the
b. g:- bnyonet. but it was the work of
a I n.il subtle legislation through the
S'a'es agency of representatives chosen
: in the by the people.
:e bind The reformation must come
o.:i to through the same agency. Let the
amount people become instructed so that
man or they can see clearly the operations
the Slate b
beautiful : . . ;
sy 1 van :a an -. , 1
there ho 1 . : . : ,
of uu, k f ; r .
other p n. t.
up t ) tn . I i
wire p in: :
show the r i l ; : i ; ;
had ma.lt; in a C
her resources .
Rut the humb
Governor ha 1
pr;n i; .
C -t: ... .
torial i .a
( b il.l. :
bin- : ; ;
I 'it; bh -i .
covert ; !
tug out a
this i V.-;
A she vi
trict. 'I ,
w hi . b
b, t tt" :
from Neuse River farm. '1'hiH in a pio
digious change in thin Iiukhichh fur
Wake county. It is a new departure
in agriculture in thi8 section and Home
tbmg which if prophesied three yearn
ago would not have been believed.
Mayor Thompson this monnm: received
a letter from a capitalist akinK)f h.
could Kt an option on the purchase of
the new street improvement live p. r
cent bonds at 107. This indicat... a
bik;h and tolid business and is enough
to arouse a hi, gratify ui eniiiUMa-ni
in every citizen, were it not forth,
fact that a disgrace in the eitvki.o .ti
as the Union Depot has a ten-ten ", i
suppress all euch ebullitions.
Wilmingtoa Ad vertiser : I: h, e a . -our
painful uuty to ehron'cleihe c.ea ii
of Mr. Miles OaiHon,.of Shallotte. Hi un
wiflt cii'jiity, under the f . .1 a . -a i n . i . -treaniuj;
circumstances, as tln'v t . r .
triven iou-: It seen, s that on a
of the accident. Mr. (Jaison. in onni.iiiv
with a Mr. Sellars. had cone alter . iaa; -in
Shallotte liver, and after K, ttu.;c a
boat loa 1 had started for home, w i , n
a-. -i aliment for tbe boat sprung aleak and sunk i.ef.ne
t Mr. Samuel they could reach the shore, ana lac:
cm was forced were thus lef t struct1 in i n the v. a : . r
y to make col- Caison was an excellent swin.ni i,
the retiring ; while bis compmion could m t sa ,n. a-
the chief edi- all. and the former rauniit li'ft i I m
and Observe. latter and tried to swim acrcae url
U-n.-ral Robert I him. and at the same iim- i le . i : -.
that he had him with encouranintr tn.ni. v. mi,
i is on t h Tar "t near the shore, however. th ! r
mne-nce dredt?- i come frantic with fear ae.l ia 1 ..
il. r .
x -in pti ,n c f
'-vi ral times, '
"itr a-.roaeh, ,
1 1 a ite noisily,
a.ler ntorni in
a t s.a 1 1 -1 i u r v .
u He. ami.
it! more than oo.ia.
land o w netl b v met: ; u 1
of protection, as it gathers its re
sources form all departments of
labor and empties its accumulated
treasure into the laps of protected
capitalists, and the evils of capi
talism will be realized and the
readied . i.;s iT
Uk. Fiu ; u
A Boarding' School for Girls and Young
Ladies. Fall Term opens Aug. 29th. For
Catalogue with, full particulars address
JOSEPH KINSEY, Principal.
m e a ' i : v some
s better to be
d i tors w ho. 1 1
eveM thing of
J. W. STEWART,
Sale ami Livery Stable.
i.1 I l . .
When that lsgonesbe rougn reau.ng .
, , , ii Ilt'U ttf lllil-liril
hM 30,000,000 ares more for sale think 0Ter whar W;4S
at f2 to t-1 aa aore, with forty years moc, perplexeti.
time to make payments. Fort We want to :i -
Wortii Gaiett. (juestions, ami who
aaketl than a set of i
Hrrna is again after Porter. ig claimedj tinil
In a roar colamn letter, addresaed any importance !
to the Admiral, General Butler Is it out of the reach of law to
savs: I fear that I have done you prohibit the strong from oppress
." ing the weak ' 'iou said it was
what you could not do for yourself . " . r , r ,
' J i treason to form a ( onfederacv in
immorUlired you: for I have giren the nited States. Was it treason
your name Lo a boaating, vainglori-1 against the laws ol the I nited
oaa, calamniatory lie. Hereafter 1 States, ami n ot ; he people? Now,
forever It shall be called a "porter." ifa8et of nu' lorm ;l iobinution
or trust to run up the necessaries
Agais we welcome the New York '0f lfe t0 f.itnislnng prices is not
Star. Por several months it has that treason against the mass of
not hrfn hinini?' nrvon n.s. tint it people striving to get an honest
ba-s come aguin, and we are glad to ean, !f 11 :"Mlv
. ,. , . , niUd States ca!. oat
s that ita light is not diminished, aQ(J U0WIJ t,u, ;iS-l
and that ita Demooracv is aa pure are the law makers work
There tire many kinds of despot
isms, and among them Is the des
potism of kings and the despotism
of capital. The American peeple
have too long enjoyed the blessings
of constitutional liberty ever to en
dure the bondage of political
slavery, out tney are oppressed oy dents in her rmverm:..
a tyranny far more cruel and ig- North Carolina has at .
. Wt-re noble, and that is the despotism of population of the?" Stat-
of wealth. 8ame- XirK"-lJ- !" '! -
pressed ttnnneiai y. ,
: 'at ion
ii .me on
oi i, a il u.
already- kin c ' ,
every ether :r . :. .
has i akf-ri tb
ti.-tics for tb-' pa r;
ucat ion: 1 pri v r -fact
is th 'it b- : tc
lef-.s f ,r t .! ucat 'it.; ' '.
State in the 1 1. 1 o.
a con; parri- n . t
North Car I::. ..
North Car- I i -ginia
in f: nar.ci al .-:
development. s I .
back-gr-'ur. ii in c In
Virgin ia has t a
gives them -!..
Carol . n a baa c r.e ai.
Virei ia he s ov r
1 c .
in 1 1
i ai t
f oiii) -!
hall, w ith
An ( it
run n i n a it
tee this ni'
v . r y 1 -1 n o
New t. n
tor. rif V ;
i'resby tei i
the aft in.
vilie is in
belie tit if
got la.-t -killing
; w i e r, t n e cou n ty
I Whit,. Hall, clean
1 oiber obstructions.
'uev h, i,-, sei,t on
laabe it navigable,
a! : s, i now it seems
not to be the head-it-
r:,,il revenue 0 is
ms i -b a- is to be
Ibis is another
c aiipleie power Mott
v i billet-mr. J. H. Eaves,
1 Mr. 11. (). 1'atterson if
m the eolb c torsh ip that
1 he lo-ated at Ashe-
r A honk was
1 - - t t a i i I if l ng. now
" m i be new town
written in it in 1711.
: h . man r'presentinK
w here la.-t week
ht committee. His
eost of plant and
low that the commit-
j struggles they both sunk, the i.
rise again and be cast upon the
but the heroic Caii-on to sir.
drown. It was two hour b.-f.
riling think it will not be
I .-fore the town hag lights.
i ' - i-ii rise: IKev. Mr. Moul
oi a Presbyterian evange
a p 1 1 ;t i 'act. -d meeting in the
oi i-hiiit a la-t night will be
!'i t ''" veebs. .reaching in
' m;d nCht llenderson-
. w b( o in n frig to enjoy the
n.e bur ad vet ti-ement she
i.a'ner !ij a health resort by
t '.be. obnv lever that was
: t t b bare by the car load
: n ;
Fine Ilorvea tad Males iIwiti on b in !,
disposed oT on e7 term.
t Utr aa hind a nombr of F c- T.m:-- l''.
Uo train S-dfl Hor- for N5f.h '..'. x-. ---.
1',oad Street. -New Berne. N.
VAN WINKLE GIN MACHINERY CO.,
COTTON GIN'S, PRESSES,
The 1u Winkle Cotton Sin Micbiosr)
( r -
Tn ff si t i,i ni Mickiiirf Cl.,
A rLA.NTA. t . .
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER
13 UNQUESTIONABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It is brewed from the finest Pale
West Barley Malt and
highly recommended for
Laazer Hops, and
its TONIC and NTJ
thm high rt potation m. .a .
OIK PA NY i. da t the fa--t t:
MATERIAU1 ar n I tb it
rw lrUNNl dart ng aiioafiot.
n ever. To all wishing a New
ork d:!y. we commend the Star.
ItlK. recetit vigoroiM protest it
the cciiored vett-r in Indiana and
Oiiio shows that the intelligent
men of this race understand the
hy;Hwriry and selftshne.s. vi the
lpub4iran leaders, ami the cold
bloolel calculation: of Fresuient
will hf Harrison. The rolor l.ne is break
ing. N. i . World.
IIki'.'STs rerleciun,; uKn the
characUr anil management of Dr.
(iriMom, snpnntenilent of the
Insane Asylnm, havimr lxconie
rnrrent, a sHcial called Hevwion of
the Nianl tif directors met in Kal
e;;h on laat W el a e.l a y to iDveati
gate the same. "ery able eonnt-el
m engagrd and the result will U
given to the public a-s sHin a.s il :
Tnt'sT't .oatinue to increa-sk'.
Thev are getting rn"h trom impost
ttons on the txo!e. 1 hey tlo not
cart" for abuse so Kng as they make
money. The strong hmd of the
bi'.k sli, iibl lay hold of them and
jtop the r int-ju;: ! . i e "f the
flr-i' that n.eeds atteii'.on is the
.ig.-r trutt. It is now dividing a
dishonest profit ef Ckhi a
month or I'J.IHjO.ihm) a ear.
W k take great pleasure in pre
senting The National Keonomist to
the favorable consideration of oar
readers. It us published weekly at
Washington I). C. by the National
Foonomtst Publishing Company at
one dollar per year. It is the ofli
cial organ of the National Farmer's
Alliance and co-operative Cnion of
America, The National Agricultural
Wheel, and the Farmer's and
i.atxjrers I'nion ol America. I : ha
sixteen well filled page..
Tun plackv attitude of Switer-
Canada l43 in regartl to six ual and politi
cal reiugees wtio cmi an asylum
within her territory does l.onor to
her spirit of magnamity and inde
pendence. Criminals she will readi
ly surrender on proper proof, but
men who axe in danger only for
the ssss.viii ol '. lie J teiji
have ime 'an o. ! :
us t hat i' m 11 I : - : .ek
iDtTf:, i' ': . '"tl. e - (
1)0 the .!. -ools b :
"?inav t lit ::. u:..'.t r ' A:
li t icai j..irt;.v. be
tune-, ' Has I a. :. S im
over the re; us b i 'be n...;..
If he ha.s, li ' t he alta.il I i
will loc-e respect lor mm
allows the masses 'o be g
death bv these ru'.tni: .it's1
they re vol ' .where . b as he
to get volunteers to put
voitersdown' The capital
too dlgm.beil to shoulder
pecipic will in i;
l ) keep ' I . t ' s c i
t b, et. w n.it w . .
nil ' It he .1
a:rs ami -ee
t . 'tl al ; a. b.
- u . "t: e;
be! 1 1 u r
I hem '
up i r
mit! il ed
i -!.- j . I '
V(4.t t ilk' T-t.
H4 I, !! V4 .
. .. Inirr.alUiil
at i.laata 4
hold of .
years, j. ,. . . b a e i s
tall ( b : ; ( , o i
( ) u r es ' el til i ' : 1 1 . t, i i i ,
( i rooT) .' : ,:-a t-.
to ou r c b i'. i.s w :..'. r
.us a coul: . : 1 : b : I . , : : .
gra : n , or as a c t : ' , '. ' -:. .:
bla.le. M cP io", : u b te
liiir'lb ..mi . :: i . :
gree' :. ,;n .,-.:,.. . ;
edam our : b ' b : "
Str a'e be .. -
poi nte.l . j : i s ' . :, - t : . a ( b
Lit eil t o . an -e -e r . u - : i " . .
and when our peepV ., .,
abon t the si ' ;:.i' : :. ' :. . t . . s
hope for t in' cou :. I : m I '. a p;
men t o I' the pr. .pie, ! ;. the
and for t he people, . : . 1 : i 1 1 1
is the to: crt; t: :. . r t-t retort
hence we item' ::p. : , mica
the great r. ::.. ,. ,; j o,
t i m es.
t the re
i gti n,
1 a he w
capital the tyranny
P.eyond question much of the
unrest of the masses, the apparent
popularity of socialistic theories, is
to be accounted lor by the multi
plication of monopolies.
I f the establishment of the Con
federates States within the territory
of the 1 uited States was treason,
the entrenchment of c lj.it.ilism in
the lnutt of the republic is revolu
T he m t ; tn al e aim of capi t a! mm is
universal empire. Its maicli is
over highways paved with human
bones and through livers of tears
red wKh tha Lfe blood of the pojr.
It is the enemy of liberty, of
equality, of justice, and Northern
ami Suit hern industry alike are
the objects of its oonqtlesl.
The peo; le ol the I'lilted St. .Its.
by a .el an d al most coun t ies ma
oti'y, arc attached to he Con
st it tit t m ii nd the I'nion, but su
perior to this attachment is their
love of' life, liberty and happiness.
Let it not be supposed that the
citizens of these States will con
sent to pay tribute to the ruoney
klr.es who till their c tiers with
gold t'eiiit tl of t he biccd and
rnuscie of their cou u t ry m c n .
We do not wish to be aiisiinder
Viood. Wealth when properly ae
thrown . ; n :'
jtui: in n . lit
lad it- 1 t a :
ptettine the' ,-,
give th e ! be .'..:-;
the tax f i" th
from ti. a li.
incl : lie 1 '. i ti,;:.
In c i s a u - -: i . 1 1 . .
said he v. tib:
quesli -m I b e
that the m n- .
cat i an is ii.ti. I
he tl: 1 not 1, I :
such oh 1 : j. a 1 1 rt
brinpir.; hiiii !
Africa to er
all th- l b. s-iiia-by
tl;e whiu -. h
quirts the t .1 '.cat
ifil is honorable. Capital when lh(1 educati' n if
htly cm j loved is a ministering girt- was an a! -
is t he ro e.
nually ninety-three oei,;- f, r f.fry in
habitant of the .State b-r a.-r .'hot as.
North Carolina, thouuh in t-rteudid
financial conditicn, arpropriatcs annu
ally thirty-cine cents for every mhaf i
tant of the State for hi r schools.
After showing up thtse huniiii atln:
facts the Covernor made a strong ap
peal to the teachers, and specially the
ladies, to aid him in bringing our good
old State up to the full measure of her
duty in this re.-pct. He aanm the
Cniver.-ity endowed with b"'J . 1 ; a
year: he w ants th'? pi i scut schoal fund
doubled he wants the religious de
nominations ;., jut tiitir f houilt r.. to
the wheel and endow Ti.n.t y. Wake
nd I'av i n w 1th at 'It :..-1
each, and lit th
. of the
ins; was he- id
meetings to 1
nuinber v. - r
d e n c e of I , , 1 1 .
informs us tl
have been tilt
t rat ion this y ,
since 1 ss.",.
i n g . m tie- v. c -1 e r n
near the railroatl,
Atiiirew Ij. om col
a n e . colored
to learn the
it is state. I i
for the bail
learn that tl
ine; well at i
of the nan
eral 1 v p! , :.s
the am iable
It-v. lb A.
Chimb in t 1
ver that i , .
ph ol 1 f.--. r
r-Kx.rft A meet
ic Methodist Church
: for the purpose of
r for the series of
1 here ia August by
I . tch . A eoodl v
present As an evi-
r tunes. Mr. . II. Wolfe
at more real ePtate deedB
1 in his office for reis
.r than any previous year
iac, ai Plant: This morn-
nburbs of the town,
red. shot Bob Meb-
with a pistol. We failed
xtentof the injuries, but
ar lr. A- M. Moore probed
but failed to find it. We
wounded man was rest
cm Last night was ooe
e-t we ever experienced
The niahta here are gen-
t t v. n in the warmest
A i mi
cent i m
at: ar : ..
1. 1 i
: I iie Death of Miss
in Durham Friday,
ovable daughter of
. pastor of Trinity
has t'tM a gloom
. Sfc di4 f ty
- only 10 years of
1 ! 1 1 io w c 1 i hjia r e
i en jo Irip to
ver y v, s; 1 ploEed
the country, and
1 1 1 o out there. He
x oi -p chiiens of
'. . r ore.
le: .. negro con
at the stockade sent
yo-o'id.ty and im
i v-rv -xeit.-d m an-
li .i 1 si
or ma ! i
.. v. ho
I ni r i t'i
it touches, and
places of earth
.uf a lien
in engine of oppres
more terrible than the
s shook or the battle's
between capital and
on the side of labor
t he side of hnmatutv
a'. bier t-f
' ' ' i i e e s ; a b -Icrate
ti.e i nited
C , 'I' tt'ti. h-
I hursiiuv wt
lishment of the b
within the I crt ; ' ,.;
States was ; rr.i-.
irit'tit i :' ci p. t a. . - m : :. t ,. ,- irt of
the republic is ii'ti',:;'. : .
The b i; :. ha- t. o a-M't ; cd
that the establishment .'! 'he i oti
federate Sta' es was : easoti. but t he
I uiuul Stale- ha- ii:d -I., ami a
majority of the ,olocait s of a pro
tect i ve tar;;; inml
m.akttig t h
s : o n it is
1 :i t he war
U'.inr c a i e
Ill'lM'iM' It IS
We would not eticouiage strikes,
much less woultl we invoke the
fury ami havoc of communes. With
hope in man and trust in God, we
counsel fortitude and moderation
until enlightened pubbc sentiment
comes to the rescue and demands
for all classes an equal share in the, troduced Me
blessings of government.
So long as we have a tariff that
discriminates against the farmer
and the laborer, and collects from
the cottages of the poor the means
for equipping manufactories and
building pnlaces for the rich, the
iron heel ot an accursed despotism
will be upon the prostrate necks of
Let us anticipate the day m
which our sous will rise in their
manhood and shake this despotism
from them like dew drops from a
lion's mane. Fdueation, education
is the lever that is to lift us from
the dark valley of danger and
A not h ' r 1 amc t
Governor -p C '
State lot i ; m
viiling h.b- r . :i
she ht, i m - ; -:
higher elm c.i
Ho tloiiol b n, L
menierabb a- :
a training -', .
North Car lit.
tithe r ft mao . --.
out .put :
send cu t cf : i . .
of the to lc . i
The Gcarm i
When the ! , a ,
side ovi-r the A.--',
mainde-r of the m
c 1. .-(
- r '!
. . m.;
i in f
jort to the
1 the Sheriff
in a certain
T to go to the !
f the money.
-v . he could
; en t ! eman at
pp. scd to
m i s l 1 1 in . lie
, great delib- i
an x ious and
a i .uu i him i
t ciiiiiit. rind
1: i and d is-
1 . dried -up
t of legs
'- 1 a mule
this . there will r.ot be many grap. s ii.i
i year, for there was a heavy ram
1 apt Monday , wbi - a was St ,1 ohn ". I . v
This puperetition is said lo have i, .
nated from Herod having been iliank
I with wine the juice of grapen whn
he ordered the head of St.' John to be
brought to him in a charger. ('hat
ham steps to the front with a dog of
remarkable sagacity. It belongs to Mr
Samuel Thomas, who lives four nub
j northwest of this place, and carnes
! letters and other mail matter with
safety and ceUrity back mid forth be
I tween the residence of Mr. Thomas ami
I that of his son-in-law, Mr Gaston
j Campbell, about eight miles distant
When any member of Mr. Thomas'
! family wishes to send a letter to Mr
Campbell's it itt tied around the don e
neck, and ofT it runs straight to Mr.
Campbell's barking and yelping all the
way. On its arrival there it remains
until sent back with an aniwer. This,
is the only mail route that we know of
that is not supported by the govern
ment, and where the route agent has
not been removed by Wanamaber'
Elizabeth City Economist: The new
Presbyterian church is not yet finished
in its interior , but it was occupied on
Sunday by Rev. Mr. Thomas of New
Berne, who preached an excellent ser
mon upon charity, taking his text from
the "bread cast upon the waters," filr.
Thomas is a young man, 'and from the
size of hia congregation on Sunday it
would seem that the popular idea that
the Presbyterian church cannot take
root in a soil that is without rocks and
gravt-1 is incorrect. Along the coam
of North Carolina and on Roanoke
Island there are found mounds of oys
ter shells, generally about ten feet from
base to summit, dome shaped, varying
in size, butgenerelly about twenty feet
in circumference at the base. Th. j
were apparently constructed with care
and we think could not have been the
refuse oyster shells thrown out fiom
Indian settlements at some remote pe
riod, as has been supposed. If not re
fuse shells thrown out by the In d ia-is
when the oysters were eaten, then tlu-y
must have been raised as memorials
ceremony sepulture or othi-f pmp s
of commemorative coiisbb ra: ion r. .
do not know- that the -a- nbell ni-ei: -!
have ever been carefully c mood
They are quite common on tic id
North Carolina in the vicinity of Kna
hawk and Kill Devil Hills m I'nrnai l.
and in Dare counties, and they a:e
found, though not so often, on Ho an ilo
Island. They are probably In in.:,
cairns, and if carefully and thorough I .
examined we think thev would I,
found to contaki the remains of dem
guisbed dead, and relics that oa i
throw light upon the manners and c.c
toma cf the American aborigine, or a'
a n t i 1 1 1 1 a r i i n
least would gratify
Mrs. Hayes Dead
Fkeemont, Ohio, June ba'i '
B. Hayes died at 6 110 o cb
morning. At 8 o'clock la-;
Mrs. Hayes turned much v...i
gradually sank until the hour
death. At her bedside were the
bers of the family together w.t
Mitchell of Columbus, cousin o
Hayes, Mrs. Huntington, cou-in
Hayes, Lucy Keeltr, Mrs. A. II.
and the physician. Mrs. Hayes
buried Friday afternoon.
' y i dw.f
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
e s.tm.e position.
political or social opinions she will The Con I ederat e ('.ovrrntrsent
not nrreoder. Already the repob- rested upon the stibium- ; rut hs set
lie ha-s notified her powerful neigh- forth in the I v . Lira: .on of Iiule-
bora that their agents, enmariea pendence. I tie a. ; ion i i the peo-
and spiea have occasioned more pie of the Smth.'.:) ihe bnuation
trouble to the ministers of the law of the Confederacy, was in itnita-
than all the refngeea combined. tiouuf our fathers, ami in uo ord-
W&ahington Poet. amv w:th Aitin an ilea-, t apt-
sutTeriug to the sunlit mountains
of security and happiness.
It is impossible lor men who have
tasted of the blessed f rn i ts of free
dom to be held in the chains of an
ignoble bondage. Even now the
light is streaming across our east
era skies, and the day of our re
deinption tlraweth nigh
of Public 1 n-trm : i ci t
looking of ali tic Mite ' r
Pinger fol la v. a I :- v.- b . . ' -.:-.
line cf the ( I v.: . ... - re
overestimates - t r mat- l we
are doing f :M I. c .c . r. .
and iilso w i c . a i - ' ere
made. H b: tub :
strat. d tb..t b . itb ' 'ar hi o:c
m ni'. in r ..:.' a -
p e n K J 1 1. -n . . :
but mi. scoring ,b '
bound t... conn- t ' ' ' " : l.u
the St .ti tbic:. :. :.- . ' . . ia
the (cm I a 1 A
trilling tc ; h t i c .'
1 a r educa::. m
Trearute 1 ua, i '-b i c . - :
iutroduc .I i.J tai i i.e w-.tt. : -: '' ; ;e
best talk as itAvcubl I the -b -r'-He
j titled hi'-.rtilv with tl.- u v, rn- r
in his desire for file State to cb . son;. -thing
for the weed of tb- :-.
The i-venieg ta rsicu cf the A. -mbly
was devoltd tohetn ingab mr frt l:i
Hon. W. I. Saunders. - .er Mary cf
Stt.te. on 1 Colonial Times. ' Tcls w rit. r
could not he- i ia cut to h- a: iter, i: is
said to liavj biea a very c.-.r t. img
paper. We 1: me t'1 st t it in print --o..n.
' i u s
a i . d in 1 i i 1 a I 1
cord Turn s:
' c. 'li n t " Bcem s to
-n i n.' v ears le;se on
has heard of him.
. I at the m
n at It K
rd -. t of t
man Whitley of
I n e iii'i
are d I il! : ni
tb.eir be t I
He will be
xt Fourth of July cele-
Springs. He has cut
oth. whipped a bear in
o-wr took a detse of med i
v er w as it witness in court,
cations now are that a fine
w b 1 be gathered in this
vear. Our Black Boys
with a vim. They are doing
make a record at encamp-
(.overnor Fowle as a Ki-lu nn.ii,.
Pishing is an instinct of hum. not
No man no distinguished m. n
great man feels satis tied with hi g :
ness until he has spit on his La '
not a bite and hauled in a lug n- '
enough to found a tale on it that - 1 1
live to ten times as big as th ii-n, ,
Governor Fowle has just found out i .
he has labored successfully these m .
years to make an orator and statesm
but finds that he cannot be a route
big man until he becomes an ex p.
fisherman and knows how to spit .
his bait like old Isaac Walton, w i
never cast his line without wetting n
bait (not his whistle) from the pott so
of his mouth. We like Governor 1).
We welcome him to the ' ti - ho i r
guild." He will find when h
fished inall the bert tirhing groun
his dominions, and sung li-lung
with all the tarpaulins fem Wr
ville Sound to old Caifee's In, t-t
he will be "a bigger man tin
Grant.'' He has lately been to
coke, ostensibly to each .
pirates, but really to catch tCh, arid w e
can see already the effect of that no
fish in n on his popularity and hisiii-tmo
tion. Dan. Webster owes much of hi
hold upon the popular heart to Ins rid
ing the wave in his boat at Newport.
enthusiastic in our admiration of i...v
ernor Fowle, if we could see him in h.
shirt sleeves, in the surf at Nags Hea t,
with his trousers rolled up to bis knees
and throwing his heavy line, with a
young kitten for bait, and running up
the beach with a 75 pound old drum
hung ou to him. His instantaneous
photograph at such a moment of rapt
unconsciousness, we would prize more
than when command ing .'the a tip an -
of listening senates." (Home down to
the sui f at Nags Head tb is season . ( Mv
ernor. and hand this order no. 1. to P
C Winston, at hia cottage by the
and if he don't serve you right, th. n
report the fact to these head . uai i c
and we'll know the reason h
Elizabeth City Economist
-a - 1' r several days
aimers in the neighbor -lib
I at Mi! 1 . Waxha w
0 ..miry south of these
a n in the throes of in
it owing to the presence
I .-ar w b ieh had been
us referrei to. Negro
. i to do farm work,
il iron remained within
r . v. h . i e the farmers
1 at'o rn-s scoured their
upon slaughtering this
Vt sterday was a bad
ami his career was cut
.' or,.u ,y :,ir. L-. H.
ear '!' n tenant h guns
,-- f..r the coast battery
e ig g iou nil s at W rights -
i ' u to that place y es
. - coast railroad, and
. at iinv. A telegram
t j , -mr. lay to Maj. T. D.
; ihe ,h ,,th of his father
l P besrtn. Esq., who
. ia p.iaden county on
' was m the bOth year singing "The Bay as Biscay
iitiiv. mlly esteemed for hauling in the porgies. We
aiel generous nature,
a ra 1 around town yes
oing William Murph .
toiling valuable letters
-' in this city some
d who absconded before
tea . had been caugnt
Beecham's Pills euro
it I ol
lars recovered consciousnee,. ; ; .- I
Caison was but about 1 tl i,earso: ee
was respected by all who knew boo da
and his untimely but heroic tie ih U ' l--cast
a deep gloom over the er-i ite P 1
Chatham Record: There i an cd l,r
superstition that if it ram-on Si .b l,,,s "'
Day there will be a ha 1 grape or. . i h , i
year, that every grape wul r.a ih.i th
is touched by a drop of ram on H' !
that day. If there be any truiit o. '''
i . i
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les a re
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I in km,
I o w p r
! of ,hB
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w I, ... g hums -1 e ,'
t " i a i e .. t .in. and v
1 b i'C o i . . a ic iliiid
h a . I ' i , e .u s. w ho 1
belt. f .; ' i C or r:it ely '
pof ae.I ib. ia. i ' t b. family.
I l..l 'ill, e . . II '
A a .hi;'';. ' ' . , ,., t,.-.-, ?
love.' i . ! ; ' t an Maul
I in 1 i i a .- e. t e e a s i rn pie
V';:' lilbl (II..I per- j
iiei ii. :i it. . I i .t.. .., , ib nrhiim, .
1 h!.i. ." - " i :.: .- . I .. e. n I I aing " , r
Ab'C 'ii- :i. et .,i is ! aai 1 ;ur V'
bo b I y , rta.iiB
Cl. ; a c wi.ll '
bate: e a,0s o I
ea-ea h.,- : . ; ,: i , , on ,,k, ,i l.nowo . '
to hi .- iC. o !.-',! ' i ' il 1. v thiH
111 nt , n i' , a i e i - ' C I n i a tl H 11 f - . y''
lentlg I '..lb eil! .- ' . ,-... U all ' 1
who ile ire i' this reei; ii (.erman, .-.
I rend i " r Pai o i- i a , i ! i : e ' , ; , i , ,-t imm for ..
prepaiin - iiial n - - ,s, , ; i .nl,l by ad-
tires ttC ttitli -l;t:eo n o i llii pujwr, o
W. A. No, i Cl a ; I oK, I o l,e
te r . - . M c i 1 I y