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KDITUKI AL JOTTX.
of t mtlifQAA:
prTiU al Johattova.
IT w aaaoance! lat Mr. tiUd
itoM t a a bi to iliiI Awfi
SciiTOi 1'iYSi of Ohio, hath
kv do3 sol d4ir r-eictioa to
U L". S. SaX.
Tna lrt e of oqib Aii.c
e6oJ?r hM nai appArinc a
rscom saadl by iho visitor to
ta Vtrg-iauk Military Inatttat.
"Tms Mobni tnitM :ht bt
ffttt iiafC th Kalina up Arrow.
It i well :aii btr.l ;a : . S
arm i. : hiaJ v 'I 'z
alrs a Imoo.
Mr.T. J. Bi -'s:.: , f r
jr promiaat ad b.e
tor of to MethohsC church ,:i
Stat, a.. bocn oat of the -
f U Ch.rioCt ruic.
AT th celbrtioa of :he tea of
JaJy by ta llavrlai laiocnu re
olatioas ir pwt fAToring; the
rectioo of moaamen: :o ThomM
Jeffenoa tie father of lemocrt-v
lR.-. C"aA SUA' X KwKl'. r!dr:
duigtur of 1 . T 1'. K ;ngbur;v .I.e.!
mt br r?idQC, ta K. : n jc nd t, 3 :-.
county Virginia, lant Wcdne-.! jt
W tender to oar dutxasunhol
fritu-1 our heart it': jjmpiiltj.
Tiik ri?paU:cn orn
th: rontinuaace of,S-othern '..!
Uy aieia .oatiD'.iAa." of Kp3b
' eo control of -.a t f.-ivrrr. met. :
way taeu, a.- thv in i oat : brrai
t ta Sol.. I oa'h' -M.-im He.; -tor.
THK fai:iaiore A.n.-r. ci
U worthy o( ao( '..a i' niioy .
th Southern -i'.;e a- m n fct it ri- 1
kw l 11 a: .-'net;-- r: faia
tb nUir. r'..- n .tv.e N.T'.hrr.'
ctlii. run m .;..'.. a--.- ; Tii'f '-.".it
ta Sutb cja t.ie re he :-.:
uriK hualreti a.-. 1 . i ' y :ti .'''
14 tictioa ili.itr j i1'. ! C' "
by th l'-aril ( I'oi i-r' :r:a
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ia tb ci' v ,. :. i oi-' I
5em of wo ; ; vrj. :-. . r.rer
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pi I' r t :'' r ;:r aio:.th- of
Kpab.u-j;-. aJui.ailrt.iiQ tht
Dura mil CntDi'i
J i u r Ly hi i-uiit.e eoernie.
if !rris.:rT urpJa lie
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MM KTU n Jl ( F I K It K ITIONs.
I I Hir' ii nl .1 ill v. tiah
, i-t-.. ,ii . rletir.ttrd in .til
pr'. i ul 't.r I a ion, I mi: Ik-re i
marked il.fffrer.it ia llic ui.iuiier
1 p''iry of erlebrution by Kepabluai) it ml
Iiom.x-r At If additiouiil videnc
til wititing to establish t b fart
thAt :!, Hrpatiin AD prry i
tionsi. uil tti.it the lemix'ratic
pr: ua:. on.il thtstit tflebrn
t ion f :i rn ;n h-d : t r o tlie n.it iwf.tr' lull
of a.. .-Atid:d iilxiervfri.
Tb: ;hf different i'iwUiot the
i. A. 11. nhwuld n'.ol the North
ftnd ilerAdf the ."-viuth w,ijt ex
p-ieil. but we ixiiifeM to no littlr
t)-;: iiy K.-publir.iti- .i
t ion i. ', 1 1, 1 1 nl Mir li'H''i ci
r ! 1 1 1 1 - l 1 i. 'in. rr.it.i t li.il li.i '
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4. : , rtjured i-i A
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i:.d the r j : '.hili
ir'oou wire it. 'Ii if
. pAi-.u-.; by : he ei
r !;:. t i.e liar
k '". . :; ' errs: ;
v . - , :,:r.: ed by
: 1 tic e xr use
v : ; : i ' r i p nxi a r 1 1 0 u
i: :ii;; iu Ka-Hi'll
N( ' aii a pi'x'r as
. .: ' 1: is Uhdi-r-
'. , ;' lu'jns of the
.i :i : in-ition ih.it
, -, : . vk ; . ! t r i m ph
' ' :.'.k-. k i the angel. C
; . . ,-r i mj :ne. Sher
r : ists " There
a ' i:iMi;k' : ho Kepub--i
t-1 j ml 1 ' i A i n
K 1 1 r n i n .
resul ' ; :i
1 1 only
It w ..... d
. ' III
ol m r,. i
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lure r i:.:
I r 1 . ' 1 1 . ,
pi. Ill' '11 ' 1 : .
pf r j i't r.i ' r -
t ' r : t v t ! 1 1 1 1 .
l.Ib I i ii J i ' 1" It N A I. :
returned from ;t 1 1 1 1
i n r im. i. rn.iii returned from it tup to l',...0r
tlit for the rhanipion.-lr.p where I have been !oi :i weVk m
world between Sullivan and attendance to a series nl n.ee'ms
i Kiiin.-r rnn .1 n . . ' l .1 m- . 1... I. I i .
iii im . t a: .m o isc u re v l.... n i i,r. . u.
M : -i i . m . 1 1 1 i l.it Monday
' i tie assisted b
:n tin- ilele.l
K ..ran. li.nl
r.'v.ri a., tlie.se
a.s M r. Heed is t he
leader of his party
1. 1 Kepreen tat i es,
ri 1 '
.it :;'e in.. I'
a:.. I K-li i
: ..,! : i
A Mill -K
se n seeing ' t h e i .it's :de n t ia!
sAed b the sanie feel-
i. Tue i.rc.i.Hion was Mr.
ren's relebratiou at K..s-.
! I'.irlk. i onneot'cu:, on the
Fourth ul 'July. The speakers were
President llArnson, Senator lliw
lew. Assu. .Ate Justin- Miller, Sec re
tines Noble and Tracy ol the
t'ibinf:, President dates of Put
ger's ( ul;ee, N-n.tb r Hisro. W ul
w " o r k . .tnd ( 'on res.m .in Koed
e can ii"
spte l.i-s. but
ac . no w leiged
in the House
we w;il g-.sea short extract from
Ir.s p-eocti, lllujtrativo of the
animas of the Republicans. The
ip-t.nuished gentleman from
Maine naid "The questiun of the
suppression of ote in the South
mu-t be met. cot rash I v nor angrily .
but with a determination that m
National elections, mid wherever
else they h.iie the right and power,
those who by the Constitution and
laws are entitled to help govern have the
their countr , shall help to govern sus. itate.
it. Owing to this .suppres
sion ot votes in the South, and
owing to maneuvers, probably un-sQcres-ful,
to count us out alto
gether, the House ot Uepreenta
tive.s giK-s to work .so evenly bal
ancd that it needs that the whole
Republican party should come to
1, i- been i!c-
r ib bii'il and
,i ,i matter
'. . .ti e .treat I
u l : in-! e
id : ,ki n
eran oft he ri oi.s. 1 v
Iunn, N ('. He is
boro as ;' nevi i was
it framl vt-t-Mr.
be fore. Sui-
nl grea good
t here w as a rr
termed an rx-
e'er.in associat urn
S. 1. me. as i iie.il de n t
iiers are beitig converted b tlie
Si'ote and grea good is being
( ii the P 11 ills' ..
i n i on i ' : t h e e (
ol Piimiicu. l'hi'
( 'on It-derate
with ( ant . J
ami a one legged ( 'on lederate as
seiietar, I have lorgotteli his
name b;;'. .' w.ii a grand siglit,
long to be remembered, to n't' that
grand i ! snl.Per ('apt. P ine as he
stood bt'hed :n teats with the one
legged secretary by his side.
Speei !..- v. ei e made . y l 'apt. 1. me,
( '.bo aad ot liet -. There
a iPi.r.el si I ed t hat had
o i rn
t a :n :
;. 'tep,'i r-il t"
co !io Ii a c
P . : mi- i .
with tha: it
' el i:.
i o 1 i k Wi
ne ladles ul
a s In en t he
Itebs. I' was
lMI v M
, i- .1 o ! the r. isc i .ol l 1 1
i acs t hat w e; e made .is to
( ii Ii era 1 11 a I I .soil pi opOK' d
to do : n i., S. i,i ; h . ; he roil 1 : ;
er d i i.ippo ; n ; ; n g. He w.i- to
build up a great prnter::e paity
theie and to bieak the snliii ltemo
era I ic parts . Ami im , in.-tead
of any ol thene gnat t h I n gs 1 e i n g
a. i "in 1 '1 ished , we a i e s i m pi v to
old Sin i man machine re
I. ll u r had not been
told to ex pt i ' a mountain we won ai
not be gi:e.uiily disappoin'ed
to ti ml ! lia' a inoil-e hid been
brought loith.-- New S: ai .
Tin- Star I.-, high an'uui.'y with
U-.. 1 1 i il ee 1 1 e . w, - b
1 li'iniHT.it :c p i i r : a
So 1 1 Mt'i in - t hat 1 'i e -
had .1 Soli t he! ii
allied to the
Mi :tciil;; church, where Mr. Putt,
w a I" have religion- services, and
theie we had the grandest reunion
thii wntet has evet witnessed, to
see a gooaly- number of these old
ex 'on federates surround tiic altar
a-- soldiers of the I. ml Jesus ("hrist
and kneel together nud oiler up one
united prayer lor the saivatioii of
t he v ; le of 1 'a ml.; o and
tin- Sunny Sou: 1: ami eipei iaily ot
all ', I.e old su'.il.i'ts. I. Mig w ill t hi -
that we con Id h.i e such
eNcry county in the Sta'e.
I n eglt i ted testate t hat
Nathan Hooker was electee
presi den t of the as-.oeiat i on .
May the blessings of (lot
upon these old eterans and
t hey be ro united in llea t n.
AN "IP 1 1 K I
The Veterans Organization in Jones
In accordance with published re
juest of the President of the Con-1 l
ederated States Veteran associa-
lions, the ex-Con federate soldiers
of Jones county assembled at the
court house iu Trenton, July the
On montion, Capt. Frank Fov
wiw called to the chair and S. E.
Koonot- elected temporary secre
tary. The chairman explained the
object of the meeting in a few neat
and touching remarks.
On motion, the chairman ap
pointed a committe of two from
each township to recommend
officers for permanent organization
ol t ins association.
When the committee retired Mr.
II. ('. i-oBcue, was culled, and came
forward and made a very touching
The committee reported as fol
lows: Frank Foy president: J. B.
Stanly vice president; S. K. Koonce
secretary. Executive committee:
('. Hay, IPC. Foscue, L. King. U.
('. Koonce and W. P. Isler, ami
recommended that the association
appoint a committe of two from
each township to prepare a roll of
all ex 'on federate soldiers in their
township and report at some sub
P.e it resolved by this associat ion:
That we do heartily concur with the
noble heroes who are instrumental
in bringing about this organization
of the Confederate soldiers.
On motion. the committees report
as a whole was adopted.
Moved, that the secretary famish
a copy of the proceedings of this
meet mg to the New Berne J'.rn
n r. for publication.
itamotitn, the association ad
journs to meet again the 17th of
July. S. i: Koonce,
3EAWAET, i SENTINEL !
. am; r.n Ami in.
Iilul tell the land
1.1". KM. I I Ii
Aloue, vv illiiii the felon's d,K k.
He waits the doom about, to tab.
In look emotionless as rock.
He stands iinmov. il a.aibl ihi in
The white-haired jmi-.- i ..kin.;
The doom that ii. dates trmu m.-n .
Nor shame nor tenor cloud Ins t.r.iu ;
His th. .11 irlit are with his ..mb i.
I see the deep-f.lowed furrow mi the main
Bristling wiih harvest: funnel, and
keel, and iliroiid.
Heaving and liunjiuy hiilier tlnoiiL'h
gale and cloud.
Winged by their bin dens, aiaroiies of
Hocks of strange breed and herds of, In h Und w (. ,
southern itran, . The court-r,., v;i,l 1;l ;ll
?antatic stuffs and (runs ot tropic The Past i.s hvin- !',,.,., , ,i
Antarctic fleece and equatorial spice, j Ho .sees the nai.d old -laiiiic
Carirocs of cotton, and llax, and silk, and 1 Iu rude and j.t 1 "utiinei
rice. , men- uusiiy sl.,,i', ii.,r l
Ko"d for tin- health and staples f.r the I heir nii.ity t. t in- -i
lo?m:, , , . , ., ! Their Ma..d.s tLc !.,,.l,
Huge vats of sugar, ca.-k-, of wine and oil. I moss-
summoned from everv sea to one sole I 1 1 a, ,'. ' ',, ,
. . 1 And, wh.-re the elm-th. ii
t .- .-p.ie. lue . on.eigu.ii A robin sit. and gaily
W. B. Flanner.
Closing-Out Sale of
Run Over Spring Stock
to make room for Fall
-I. .l e
u i n a -.
at ai in
i, a ;kan(;e i tkms
1 1 1 .1
: t i.e ne.it
. 'i.e winch
All our farmers report fine cotton
The editor of the Sentinel was
in iloldsboroou Saturday.
Many fair ladies are visiting the
many lair ones of our town.
ol. Davis came up from More-
i.k l uilin- Saturday. Inly . 1 r,ir n l'..-lumrsnn antnrilav.
if Trade's pacific imiversal spoil.
And heaving and hurrvui hither" ard to
Tribute troni ev.-ry z..n they lilt their
And a.i a trong man revels and rejoices,
They loudly aod lustily chant, and this
the s.mj; they mhj;
illollia- UK Hu.MK-l OMIN.. sIHI'-.
I'loui the uttermost bound
i II the wind and the foam
l "i "in creek and from sound.
We are hastening home.
W e aie laden with treasure
Fiuin ransacked sea?,
To charm your leisure.
To grace your ease.
W.- have trislden the billows.
And tracked the ford,
To soften your pillows.
To heap your board.
The hills have been shattered,
d'lie forests scattered.
Our white sails tattered,
To swell your hoard,
I- it blossom, or fruit. ..r
sei d, i -n i rave V
The land is your snimr.
The sea your slave.
We have raced with the ,su allow-
And threaded the lines
Win-re the walrus wal.ous
'Mid melting su.ma .
"i. iiight regi. nis t oi i ii I
And realms of sleet.
To gem your forehead,
To swathe your feet .
And behold, now we tender.
With pennons unfurled,
For your comfort and splendoi
The wealth of the world.
1 The wilding flowers the meadows .. .
iheir blossoms i,no by one unlol.l .
Atid, sheeted o'er the pasture-field.
The daises with their ey es of La i !
The mowers busy w.th (hen math.
Upon the sultry aunimer-dav ,
And, as they toss the hall-ilned s ,t,
- The odor of the new-mow n ho.
The sbeep that browse am.d the i" U
The kinc at rest beneath ihe : i e. s .
And. playing gently with hi- P.. k-.
'1'he burning noontide's s, ..my luce
Ai.d she, the farmer's daughter fail .
With eyes of blue and Irps ol i -.1.
And w ealth of w a i . aolil. ii hair.
That made a hut . i..in..l .'..a In a '.
All thc.-c aie thing- ..f i i:g ,ig ,.
The memories of 1 1,, , ;u , . a, . -.
Pre, seeking gold ami limbi'm' ...
He tl od the ot y '.- n i.n . h .1 w ,
lie might have led a faiinci s hi. .
Devoid of care mid want and dread
He might have taken for his wile
ewi'ct Mirabel luit .-he i-.han
I al I she ,s .......j ;, u a .. ...
Itesldc him iu hi- sham, and -;m
W 1 1 ll lillg.-l- p..lil 1 llloCKII.glv.
The .spccti.- ..f ilu MmliPh.-o. !,. . .
"Il iniht have nei a ' ' he in -. a ... i I
1 lie listeners fctand in dumb am u.
And then, despite 1 he .-hci ilf's i all-.
1 hey j press u poll I he w i el i h to g i
Struck down by una y s fatal b.-iti,
Hejiashes from youi iluall away.
"I "U "doomed to death a hi ing man
This i a form ol hh h I.e, .
K V I 11 1 It ( Itill' IU I I. II I I
the helpol the Lord against the has laiied
eatiaf of a fab . '
.'srti)n. N S'.at.
II O r . r i i s.s K i X On- t KlftV.
t fM IVrwiAi. mmitti-r 'o a::fd
StAte will i.v 'A i.sii njtun t r
New ork ou nei'. l r.dy, and . ai
adUtJy tike the tuier f.r
LirpoiJ. lit Ux lawn driven
Mi o( ta itnitrj by lb nlk-al
wvpapr and will not rowe
TattE sint U b iljpoMitioa
UiM wt(4iiporaoa4 rom aita
tUCorw U ioff ( ta Obio grl woo
oUctd f OO for tae Joaatow a
Mffitrvri, a-a d cha spwnt it &JI oa
kr aanner ward rob. What ia
tb r a! Ohio Me, If it la at protec
Uoo of raw ma ten all Waaalngloa
TUB boy" of PniUdeJpal are
fisttiac pleaty of what they don't
vast from tae NaCiobaJ Adminiii
tntioa, aad tttas fvr little or
sXhiaf of wbat they do want.
Ta rresideat ieioi to follow the
tkory of to ehep boarding house
ladUJy, who sail that ahe nare
fully atadiei what :hey didn't like
aad jf-ate tom pUnty of it. Phila
Tuski tM not bea an Adroin
UtrXKin in maay years, if. :uded.
rer, that b a-s to sigaAlirsl lUflf
by m aeiiare of the o flirt
ad pacrs for the purpo ol ier.
oaal dutributioa. It would set'nj
M if th people bad instita'.ed and
MaiatAlned the Government; ch;e:ly
to taable iu Cemorry head to n
wanl hui frtend.s Aad provide tor
hia re!atiT?a. Benton Globe
A KKPokt romes by way :'
London tb: Attorney Genera.
Miller will t placed upon t
lieneh, thAC . rN tar y Nob
LJte hia place, and tip- h'.rst A s.s s
iVaat l'ostm Mter Geuer al w .il taikt
Noble' place. Another re per', by v
shorter r.ta'.e : :hx: (ienerAl (i- :!
of V't!: VirgiaiA will b Attornei
OeneraJ, aad that Stephen lb 1 ' k :-.
WM lately ;a W a.shmg'.on a -. '. .
now ta Uh: 'v .rg'.niA nt:ng
to tbi end. P.'.Cib'jrg Pi'.
lt ut.i the aosence '
PoMtm A.ter General li.'Via'
VViainunT bit !i u-.seb' i-i:'
tb fun. t.on of ; r a .-; i i ed. ri
tm'il'.oner. ll-' a esi idr -v
ChopOi n g o v I ,-a. - .."in-
ItflM.-S l,Vf;v '.all """. ' I'.i,
aa.l . '. : 'A d : j. i' . :: k .
bC 1. '-ri '...I' T" e 1
record of a i-, : ' 1 : : v
p.i-n.1 .1 o; ; "
iJUlfC ; a ' ! :" :i ,
br .ifil't n 1 -i ' -tat
wrv .i' .; .'Ii '
(hik Hi.. 11
New York S:a-
TJIK Lepubi ..-'. s i . . 1
aittet riali:s -.'.' an a-1'' c
CiaTy i o it fr .'-a l Ar: a: the i .
lctjaa tae Coor aew scale n : :-
far Wm(. It will nead tooie o: '.be
(Mat apiakera. and bo doubt
abaad Aav of boodle, to ajuiat m
th cuTiaa. rretiitlfnt HarTis.3n
U AiMpMiag of tba h'etleral oflb'e
witlk 4 t1w of bflpmiC bi pArty- to
ao J Hare i a chaa. for
CTbaJrmawa 1 Irve U nbow w bethr be
BA4 bwrtsme joaraeymaa la pP
lie. Tb IHtnocr at oojht to
aarry oa aarely aad two poiUy
of ta nw StJtXi New York
IT t tm that the prwot ad
Balmitrioa h- been too basy In
AiMtxibating the apod of forern
Bat ad aUeodio to other aiat
1 II h sol I U -Ol Til
v-: - g on rrn daughter
I ' : . i we. , a J a , t ii
, i .,- ' -b.ve :ar;tT would
er. k.:. a g racket jNuit
' S t :i." it wonld N in
or ' .- i -..a. Nt t he indaatrial and
. : . - a- . a-.'.T.'C .: the con ntry.
', -, -: -i : clamor aUmt
1 i .:' ' A stronger might
s .: it mi a pro' est
ag i :: . Vi.i!.s::. !('. a short
s. ;-j a :;. country- would con
v a.-. f. i m : :it tne S uth i nation
aI, w '.. h.-r r .tdu.vr Are e
'..on al.sta. P .1 a (acI :hat tue
Su t h ii po . . : . ca! i su I d. a ajl .d.ty
eanli.illy pa'riotic leeau the
principle of cohesion u love of
liberty ad. I Jcvolin to the ( onati
t .oo .
Tnere may ! mitaj.preheaaion
ow, bat vhoa the icut ot error ia
ditAipauM aad the truth ia ewn In
ita baty, it will be f ootid that tha
Sid SKith ia the effectual bArrler 1
to the aapremacy of monopoly and
Itatoer:uy : n th n conn try, and it
in iu) for this rAOQ that itj
im ao fiertvly assailed by the advo
cate of protective t-anfT all o er ( nl0D
the PnioD The Silid Soath. with We couM ,-lU
the A.d ot a tew conservative
SCite. auch a-s New 'i urk and ( on
esfticut, can per;-tuate the
present form of the Government
and transmit to s-xttenty a consti-
m ighty ."
It ; pleading to turn trom thas
.1. splay of sc. tionalism to the
splendid national celebration at
Tammany Hail in New York. It
was the centennial of Tammany
and t ho one hundred and thirteenth
an ;i I versary of American inde
HMnleiii e. The principal speakers
wire Representative Cock ran of
New n ork, aud Senator P.ustisofj
Pauisiana. The "short talks" wire
made by Governor Biggs of Dela
ware. Governor Wilson of eft
,rgu..a, and C'ongTeAaman She c
!v ot Indiana. Iettera were tcaiI
S Hlll't ll 1
. i "
fiooi ex President Cleveland,
GoTemora il i Ll of New York, Le'
of Virginia. Pennoyar of Oregon,
Taj lor of Teunea, Nicholl.s ot
lyoui-iaua, Seay of Alabama, Jack
son ol Maryland and Fowle of
North Carolina; Senators Terpie
of Indiana, lieagan of Texas, and
Gdion of lx)Qiiana ; Confreasmen
l ox of New Y'ork, Soott ol Penn
sylvania, Hudd of W lsoonHin, Mat
ton of Indiana, Mills ol Texas.
Hrerkinridge of Kentucky, Herbert
of Alabama, and many other
Demcx-rats in all parlw of the
.; can .s
I II -111
o f l h e r a : ,
r i ti ,'e n
give a s.
ur rolumus wi
. expressions of patriotic s'utimenta
uttered on this occasion, but as
'(trover Cleveland :s the foremost
! Pem.H'rat iu a, I the land, we give
his letter as expressing the tenti
.-.ing alike the liberty 1 ments of his party. It is .us fob
and the rights of the lows
: ibr . t : .-
1 ' . . ::
the S a
1 ,'-.- y . a :. -in
: 1 1 o in 'ii
fathers b r
t nas solidity and
oi these States to
':.uj'oly and this
'otter to l 1 1
- a .ha.
- : he '. jU' of
e ter in .nation,
. amine as our
a go ern ment
; .eo pit' and for
-. :T. docs any
e h. ' now
la v :
N kw VnitK. June 'S.
i'ii...imA A. Fla Jirand Sachem :
I'kak SiK I am sorry that I
have already settled upon plans
which will prevent me from joining
in the celebration by the Tammany
the Society of the one hundred and
thirteenth anniversary ol American
independence, and the centennial
of the Tammany Society's founda
tion. livery patriotic American should
rejoice that the celebration of the
Fourth of July is still engaged in
with zest and enthusiasm, and that
lapse of time does not efface the
appreciation of the stupendous fact
which this celebration commemo
rates. And now that our country's sui -cess
and growth tend to demon
their tratt that Ihei frfdi-im of man can
Sue would be 1h safely trusted as the basis of a
nc exile, and 'nefloent government; and that
, , , ' , the will of the people, if freely and
il ! changed . ,, ., ' v .
intelligently exercised, promises the
1 'iis'- greatest national welfare and hap-
she'pmess, our zeal and enthusiasm
con- should be supplemented by calm
of confidence and sincere congratulation.
Hut i n the midst of all our re
joicing, and notwithstanding our
continued faith in fre institutions,
we should never forget that the
puce of these free institutions is
eternal vigilance and care. .Be
neath every olher sentiment there
should exist a determination that
individual liberty, as claimed by
ttie fathers ol our republic, a ball in
no manner be endangered, and that
the will of the jveople shall in no
manner le betrayed. 1
( ongratulate ourselves us we
may in our pride of American citi-j
.enship. aud Iniast as we may m
oar sAfe:y, there are still and eon .
stantly enemies to be met and
vanijuisueii it ttie ceieuratiou ot the
fourth of .1 ii I v is always to stand
tor wholesome freedom and rightly
d.rected popular will. All en
rr" ich men ts of selfish interests and
the stt-Althy advance of everv cor
ruptug intlueiice. must bo met and
eipoaed if our poople are to en y
I the higheat btrjneflu of their est.it
a n ii
In this endeavor the Tammanv
o ilow ic society, with its traditions of Umi
In n it.ouai atTairs the limit of tha year, with its memories of dm
r ght of taxAtion is the cost of tinguished and lllasLrioaa member
nectt.sir overn m en t economically ship, and with its time-honored and
a-lruio. stared, and thi rijht must beneficent principles, will continue
not i asi nun ijlerel as to tunld to te a powerful instrumentality.
upaca-iAt tue eijin.- of the l'j ita adherence to tha purjioses oi
n, vs.s- its establishment, :t will still con
t w u n
e !e!t ns bv
a '. Ins a ssi x'l At es
ir eyes to the
'. our freedom
, i we reciignve
for mere pur
is (. n , I ntur t ed
' .'ii In a lew a:
n i A 1 1 e s u : ; he
r a a . s : . :n o t
i r y ' -1 : ! i e s p i r : t
a a , ! ab e. ! with
' i .o : which
h a i
age ii t
Si ui: h '
Iv the solidity of the
been brought ..bout by
to her pnnc;'lc.-, and
be coi i upic 1 either by
rev. ai d ui tne I. ,ii . : pun
If thcte ate any aumii:
Can be dt aw n a war
tluelicc.i we shall Coins, dcr their
w itlidraw.il as most tor tuna to for us.
( 'i.n i u ai. ( P i bK, Ami i n i -1 an -1; i.
P.I ILtbNii. P.M. Kb ill, N . C.
The reports ol correspondents of
the Weekly (Top Piilletin, pub
lished by t ho North ( aiolina l,
periinf nt Station ami State Service,
co-ojierat tug with the P mted States
Signal Service, show that there has
been a very mat Led excess ot rain
fall, about an avciage temperature
and very little sunshine during the
week ending Priday, dune tli.
All crops have been injured by
the excessive rams. In the Poan-
oke vallev cotton and corn are said
ilmost entirely de
lowland crops have
was ft d is the been seriously injured. 'Wheat and
oats which had not boon garnered
have been very seriously damaged;
the w heat is .-prout ing in t he shock.
P'eports from a number of localities
state that tobacco has been
"dtowned out. ' Print is rotting in
many places. The genera! outlook
is ery discouraging. Reports
I ro tn seventeen stations give an
average weekly nun-fall lor the
Mate ol P i I inches. 1 lie normal
weekl rain fall for the month of
duly for the Sate, as determined
trom observations taken at a num
ber of Signal Service stations ( from
four to thirteen vears. in this Mate
old ."iherm.ii. machine re.itiscia.ei
Instead oi 'he thumbscrew to
torture as. we are to hae the
lo.ive.i and Inslu-i :. .-edini u-.
So lar there i.ui bieii nothing
ollered that -ui I d i in pi . vei i s tied t he
gner or enrich the beneficiary.
Tl,.. .,r.,r,,i.,l..r ,r "i... IlinU IVirt
n .... i . . , ,.. I-" to have lie on
was tired and m. Mewed and stroved. All
the sto. k : w I... !i
oi 'I e.-t sort id rat
good I ii e ll lia'. i la
gO. d pi llt ..'I.s, 1
: oi i : y
men t ol ui ai
sol l il 1 1 of the
in a vast ma
a ; pOi II t Ilien t
o offend the
n Nor t h Cai 0
ic South has
she cannot and the adjoining States of Virginia
the hope ol and Tennessee, is 1 .L'7 inches, giv
i weekly excess of.'!. 17 inches.
Freshets have occurred in manv
g us wno places, tloodiug bottom lands and
y such ic- washing away bridges. The week
has been very un favorable to farm
work and al! crops nre getting
grassv, the land being two wet for
( i 1.' " K i
'i.K . who was at plowing.
, ,i i . ,i : Kasikkn District.
disgruntled at the . , ,, ,
oi ram-iaii, aooui an
refusal of the Pio.ndent to give him temperatureand very littly sunshine
recognition, :s so vi i -o satisiu-il wuh are reported from the district with
his proiits from Ins pension prac- ! a very unfavorable effect upon all
1 1 ce, gtowing out of his miluence
with ( 'oinmiisionei Tan n or, t hat he
is willing, it is said, to do h is share
of the peculiar u oi k Ins party now
deniauds. He promised, it is said,
to take charge ot the "il . iters" ui
Pouiiiana and in Montana in blocks
crops, cotton and corn especially.
Ihe following weekly rain-falls are
reported: Weldon, Halifax county.
;..". inches; Tarboro. Jadgecomi
county, ti.lo inches: Kliabeth City,
Pasquotank county, o.oo inches.
Wilmington. New Hanover county,
L'.L.'."i inches; Average for the dis
trict 4.... mches: Lxcess for the
of five. T ho R.-publ.can managers ; district :; .".( inches.
mean to carry both elect ions, feel '. Central District. The re-
ing that thev" cannot adord to loi.e i Ports from the district show that
, , ,, , ... ! there has been au excess of rain-
oin- possible vote in ho next ( on- i .. .. ,
1 i tall, an average temnerature and a
grcss, and thev v, ,1! not be too par- ; m.lrkt.j deficiency of sunshine with
a verv injurious effect upon all
, In :r measures.
1 1 oral
crops. Tobacco has been damaged
considerably by the heavy rains.
rain -falls are
ite been ur-'ingiThe following weekly
together " but I reported: Greensboro. Guilford
L " ' leniinti- :: llll incline- 1 .' ilairrb W1L-0
Democrats u.oiiut-y' jncLls. 5url'ington,
The Sun ha.-
Deuiocrats to "get
docs it hope to get
together by abusing the great mass j Alamance county. 4. Tin inches:
ol the parts, the overw he 1 m ing i Spout Springs, Harnett county.
majiiity who stand by the tariff
relorm propositions that were em
iKnlied in the last national platform
ind w ere w eii-illustrated bv Gov-
the sneech above
Cited T All w ho do not sy inpathi.e
with its folly an- not fouls. Paffalo
4. tin inches: Gibson's Station. Rich
niond county, 1.0i inches: Jones
boro. Moore county. U2. (hi inches
estimated : Wadesboro, Anson
county, 4 oo inches: Average lor
the district 4 .'IG inches; Kxces-s
for the district I'.'JO inches.
Western District. Decidedly
too much rain, too little sunshine,
and about an average temperature
are reported with an unfavorable
effect upon the genera! crop. To
bacco. In::;, wheat and oats havt
Here m the S mtii are to he
found the ino.-t l.-u.tlul lands that
the continent can boast of. on i suffered. 'The following ram-falls
which mav be grown in the great are reported: Iavidson College,
est profusion a wonderful
of prod net. i. In addition to this
the natural resources ot the South
are iu proms of rapid indeed, we
might say, phenomena! develop
ment, so that in one way aud
anotlur, eiietgetic and industrious
young men w:.i be
hundreds ol opportu:
Atlanta on it 1 1 u t : um
variety -lei'klen burg county, O.oO inches:
i iiitiiuiie, .. i e c k i i 1 1 o in t uuuiy ,
thlli inches: Dallas, Gaston county.
l.ii .' inches: Hat Cove. Henderson
county, '-btio inches: Old Port,
McDowell county. 10.00 inches
estimated .: average for the dis
trict, o.od inches: excess tor the
d.itrict, .'..70 inches.
IP P. P.ATTI.E. I'll. D..
IP M' P. P.u.i'WiN.
Signal Corps. Assistant.
'he c ry
.... .- i i
A lawyer i ti cios.i examining a
witness, a-ked lam, among othei
questions, where he was on a par
ticular day, to which he replied:
"In company with two Iriends,"
. i le : a
a ai .a:
t : i
I . a s.s-
y e r . "two
w 1 1 nesi
"Persons who arc so fond oi
spitting tobacco juice on the
church door will t'.mi authority1, for
their eondui" in the eleventh chap
ter of Revelations and the twenty
second verse. Po sure to read it."
It was a Southern girl who
taught the Prince of Wales how to
pick" the banjo
There will be lew white grapes
t Ins season. However the vines of
other varieties are abundantly
We were happy to meet Mrs.
Poliau of Louisiana, recently, who
is visiting her sons, cadets in the
Davis School. Several of the
cadets are spending vacation here.
During bust week all lowland
crops through this section were
under water. People were com
pelled to cross the river at White
II all by way ot boats.
Several of our townsmen were in
in Kinston during the Farmers'
Alliance meeting in that place
The prevalent feeling was decided
ly down on the negroe exodus
Some ol our people have a way
of originating, or 8urmising,rumor8
just as they like. They have it
now that the ex-priest, O'Boyle, of
Kaleigh, formerly visited oar town.
This man was never in our town.
If people would ask the right one
about things which cat into the
quick of their cariosity they would
more often have the right tale to
Five Necks in Danger,
Chicago, July 6. State's At
torney Longenecker has decided
upon a bold move in the case of the
men who are already in custody
and accused of the murder of Dr.
Cronin. As soon as Burke is re
turned to Chicago he will put all
the defendants on trial, and with
that end in view he has begun the
preparation of the case for the
State. He is satisfied that he has
plenty ot evidence to 6end Dan
Coughlin, Martin Burke, P. O'SuI
livan, John Kunze and Frank
Woodruff to the gallows.
He believes also that he will get
proof enough before many days
have elapsed to convict John F.
Begg, the ex-eenior guardian of the
infamous camp 20. The States'
attorney has about abandoned the
idea of securing any criminating
evidence against Alexander Sulli
van, Michael Boland and Dennis
C. Feeley, the members of the old
triangle, until he can put the others
on a dieect path to the gallows.
As soon as he can satisfy them that
their necks are in danger, he be
lieves that they will tell all they
know about tke murder. Judge
Longenecker said no new evidence
had been obtained that would
justify the calling of a special
grand jury. He received a tele
gram from his assistant, George
Baker, during yesterday, that the
case for the extradition of Burke
was progressing satisfactoi ily, and
he had no fear of being beaten out j
oi nis man. i
How it Works.
"I was out through Kansas sel
ling reapers this spring,"' said a
drummer on the Michigan Central
the other day, "and saw some re
markable workings of the prohibi
tory law. 1 stopped up in Saline
County at an old farmer's over
night. In the morning as I came
down stairs I felt rather drowsy and
said to the old man's sons, young
men of .5 or 30, 'Gracious, boys,
but an eye opener would taste
'Hush,' whispered one of the
boys, 'come this, way. but don't let
the old man see us. He's awful set
on prohibition an' would drive us
j off the farm if he suspected any
'T followed aud was led to the
hay-mow, where a jug of the old
stuff was produced. An hour after
ward, having sold the old gentle
man a machine, 1 thoughtlessly re
marked: 'A little ol the right
material to take the dust out of our
throats wouldn't go bad.'
'Hush!' said he; come with me,
Tliemistocles and the Lacediiionian
Thi'mistnelps thp liripr nf tli Crockery
Athenian armies, was a great I ijauti3 J a"d
soldier, but not a conscientious
man. From an uudue love of his Wanted: Pai t ol a lmuse
h wna nnvinno tr 'CglOU OI laasi l.IOailwav
ii -Nevi ork
ears Ai; .
A n nm t
He mint be
Paper I illy
mi u bleak-
and a full line of otner
5-Ton Cotton Gin Scales, $60
." rep! ted the
are hot h ' ; r.
when a man think
an angel and the
to a novelist s here.
in arry i ing
in a man
but don't let the boys see us. They
Wherever souls are being tiied are dreadful sot on prohibition, an'
and ripened, in whatever common- I don't wan't ter offend 'em!'
place and homely ways, there God , "He led me to the dark corner of
is hewine out the pillars ior 111s mo ccnui wueieum jug nan
ruin its neighbor and rival, the
State of Laceda mon. One day, in
a public assembly, he informed the
Athenians that he had formed a
desigu for raising them permanent
ly above the Lacedamonians, but
he could not communicate it to
them, because its success required
that it should be carried on with
the greatest secrecy. He desired
them to appoint a person to whom
he might explain the design, and
who should judge whether they
were to allow it to be executed.
For this purpose they unanimously
pitched upon Aristldes, the individ
ual of their number iu whose
honesty and prudence they had the
greatest confidence. Themistocleb
then took Aristides aside, and told
him that the design he had con-
ceived was to burn the fleet be
longing to Laced aemon and the rest
of the Grecian States, which then
lay in a neighboring port. By this
means, he said, Athens could not
fail to become the undisputed
mistress of all Greece. Aristides
now returned to the assembly, and
merely told them that nothing
conld be more advantageous for
the interests of Athens than the
scheme of Themistocles, but that
nothing could be more nnjnst. The
people immediately, without hear
ing another word, ordained that
Themistocles should desist from his
Kollin, the historian, savs of this
decree of the-Athenians: "I do
not know whether all history can
afford us a fact more worthy of
admiration. It is not a company
of philosophers (to whom it costs
nothing to establish fine maxims of
morality) who determine on this
occasion that the consideration of
profit and advantage ought never
to prevail in preference to what is
honest and just. It is an entire
people, who are highly interested
in the proposal made to them, who
are convinced that it is of the
greatest importance to the welfare
of the State, and who, nevertheless,
reject it with unanimous consent,
and without a moment's hesitation,
and that for this only reason that
it is contrary to justice."
'The Face at the Window.''
"This letter is to my husband,"
she said as she licked on a stamp at
the window in the corridor of the
"Will it go out todajT"
"By first mail!"
"He ought to get it dav after to
"And I ought to have his Jotter
"It isn't over weight?"
"And if he gets it, and if I get
his answer by Saturday, I can
"Please don't obstruct the win
dow, ma'am: there's forty people
"Oh! there are! That's always
the way of it. I can't get a word
of information out of this postoffice,
try as I will. Good day, sir! I'll
go across to Canada after this!"
Detroit Free Press.
in the ii-MiKjiiJ
bv a 1 .dPl -7
family w ithoiit the least d is posit ion
to meddle with other folk's affairs. I
Wanted: Some brickhn ers to go
Wanted: A sat isfactory journey- 1
man in the rush bottoming hue, to'
Wanted: A gray gelding that
can go straight. To save trouble,
a hundred dollars will lie the
Wanted: A good place fur a
respectable woman, now living at
93 Nineteenth-street, either ns
seamstress, laundress, nnrse, pastry-cook,
confectioner, or companion
after the English fashion.
t"t'This is comprehensive and
merits attention. Wanted; A
young woman (the plainer the bet
ter), to help a small genteel family
in their domestic matters. One
without ringlets would be pre
ferred. Wanted: A clerk in a soft store;
one who will make business his
pleasure, and not pleasure his
business, may drop into a good
place by applying, S:c.
Wanted: Twenty-five well
seasoned hands for whaling; ask
for Seth Turner, North-wall.
Wanted: A colored girl who has
been used to waiting; such an one
need not wait long for a good
place, provided six hours' sleep per
night will satisfy her, and she
Wanted: A situation for a
youth, very genteel, whose educa
tion has been neglected, but who is
stout and of good address. B.
He will expect a comfortable salary
and decent treatment, and he can
walk twenty miles a day with ease.
Wanted: Somebody to do as they
would be done by in the care of a
bouse and lurniture during a iri -s iti;
forthcoming six weeks' absence ot H(u,.rn.
the proprietor. Sexnoobject. i .nii
Wanted: Board and lodging lor
a lone gentleman where there are
no children nor dogs. N. B. His
appetite is moderate, and the terms
must be moderate also.
Wanted: A great numbers of
customers. At Dr. Lewis Teucht
wangers establishment in Court
landt street, any number of
customers may be instautly accom
modated with any quantity of
spoons, knives, ladles, forks,
figures, cups, speaking trumpets,
thimbles, knobs, locks, ventilators,
pitchers, combs, tobacco boxes,
snuff mulls, muddlers, napkin
rings, strainers, and mugs of all
sorts; all manufactured of American
silver, and of the very best quality,
Wanted: Five or six smart girls
to show off millinery, and make
themselves agreeable at a store of
soft goods. Tuscans and Dnn
stables are the great staple. '. Y.
Brass tare beam
Wfcrrmrtrrt for B T u&n
I Kratftat 1-aid. i
ht,m fmr Tan.
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1 1 r . C la H e n r v . ' hicacn, 111 . who
sitp l.ut i.rmi! he usud ana pre-
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S. 1 lutTy ' J rug stc rta
c er treat superiors with . bition in Kansas are fearful and
servility or inferiors with arrogance. ' wonderful."
.Speak as kiudly to a day laborer -
as to one occ:ipi::g a high posi-' A farm was lately advertised in
ti ui. a newspaper, in which all the
- beautv of the situation, fertility of
Hai l the misery in the world tntJ SqU anj Balubrity of the air
comes oi an; oi com "F"" were uetaiieu in tne ricnest now oi inrhaf niia
"Jist exactly two bits, sab."
Willing to Sacrifice.
As we rode along the highway
out of Goldsboro the owner of the
team pointed to a half finished
church building alongside the road
"The colored people have been
building that for the last ten years."
'One struck me in town last
night for a dollar to help finish
some edifice, and this must be the
one," answered the colonel.
"Xo doubt of it, and that may be
the one just coming out."
"So it is. Hold on and let's see
what he has done with my dollar."
The man approached, bowing and
smiling, and the colonel said:
"ts this where you are going to
put that dollar I gave you last
"Oh! Hu! Den you ar' degem'len
who gin me de big dollart"
"I am. What are you going to
do with itt"
"Ize already dun gone dun wid
A young man was burning the
leaves of an illustrated volume of
French history. "Ah," he ex
claimed, "here is a picture of Char
lotte Corduroy !"
The gospel is for man. It reaches
to his remotest wants, aud has to
do with his minutest interests.
Nothing that concerns man is for
eign to the Gospel.
Xo good can be accomplished
hi- i I a' V . 1 a , h . w He rn r .
HISTORY OF ALASKA
From the KhiIUiI PmIoiI 10 the Pres
I. HrniKT Hgv k Ham i.on
A v I v hi i n r rut I c of most p4 ti llur t n t i
en i, or iginal, 1 rut h fu 1, 1 h rll 1 1 ik. I i a w u
hirel y Iroiii KuHBlaii sources now first r
'J h is hook . com piete In one volume, w ith
Index. Ik row rirM li-Niiea) i-eparsie fiom xitm
complete set of Mr. Mancrofl'M fai famed his
torical se rl n i ( thirty -nluo volumes Thou
Hands In every part of our land will avil
1 1 1 ern Re I v en of t h is pr I v 1 1 eye, a In I buy and
read with avidity this hook 'ihe knowl
edge wMrk ll conlHliiK Is of intense Interest
HlKJ I Mi tM M u ii t e , Hint much if it n ( u ml no
ry u here; for a 1 1
world are Inl
Hted i (tiAl wonde ri 1 1 1 count rv A lask h .
The works of Mr. Itancroft have mel with
n- mar I, a Me success ha v I fK a co ul red a great
i epn tallori In m erica and l.u rope. Any
good, earnest anducliw worker can make
From $5 to $20 a Day
Keoiri;: this moHt entertaining volume. A p-
plv 1 u i in ed i ii t e I y fM xrlnsUe terriiory. r
t h 1 rate ii. it iniill v will k ! I p hy ami tie for
Neither tnor.i i,m expiTlence required
to fiiihiiik In in i i ii lei j r tf, an the pnrd ih
ers allow 1 1 1 1 r t v iIh n ll 1 1 1 for the afcen t 1 o
deliver ;uid ( "ll-rcl before payment to lh in,
u ri ('. !fli,i; In uk In properly pi Ken t ed 1 1 Se ) is
: I M' : f. Ad ,1t i SH
THK JIISKHH C0M T'J.J MarLit SI.
i i " 1 1 San F" ra n e Isc o. a I
AGENTS WANTED ,
rSj WOODWORK AftAe-HMEHfS i)
School books and school supplies a
specialty and at living prices.
it, sah. See dem Bhmgles ober dart" fruit8, cigars, tobacco and bduit.
'Why, there isn't two bits worth
ol courage to speak
... 1 . . 1 . .-. .'.... 1, i, tin V lit i i - i : i i r it
if., unfit' it imied to mi mue.n un- mini , rural ueecripiion, wnicn was lurLuer
r n.. r. m.'.iy i chd rtiy m n spirit oi i o ve . en h:nced witu this : JN.D. mere' iiAn n,.nioi,omnoT.i'i
is not an attorney within fifteen! De rest jist settles my charges
nines oi tue neignuoruoou. rur bringin' de shingles np, sah, an'
eer fear ot becoming too wen informed.
I . nt for babies.
. ) cen w. A t I'.
Beecham's Pilla act Hbe magic on a
Ize obleedged to walk home fur
nuthin'!" Detroit Free Press.
The Season Is at Hana
Rtfi'it:: a tors,
Wire Dish Covers,
; FJy Fans and Traps,
1 Wire Clothand
A KIM. I. INK AMI AT MOT
L. II. ( I TLKK
26 & 28 Middle Street,
m : w itntNK. N. o
Tho New Davis.
li. Mw tn'i". of tlii WONI 'I KKI'I.
MACIlINli 1: i-i;i-:iln-i f..i iiH.-ir. Tlt
ladicH mm it In i il ihe It p . a l'i:KI F(T
J. M. lllNKS. Afc-ent.
New Berne, N. ('.
. Ym. S. Leam.vn. 1!"vaki. I. Kkhk.
Kinston Book Store,' Leaman & Kerr,
lu Hotel Tull Uulldiiifr. ! WHOLESALE
PIKllll TTS OK TH K OKIIIAItU.
.HO K, KAIifl A IN l VIKEViHD,
165 West Street, New York.
JIcbb. Na-.li, Whilnn V C'o , K'U Warren
St.. N. V.
Mr. K. C. CurtiH, 1'J3 Kna.loSt., N. Y.
Merchants' ExchnnKP Nut 'I I tank . N . Y .
C. M. Brown, Hunker, Washington, N .O.
And Banks of New Berne.
Represented by John K. Overton, of
I'orteinouth, Ya. maySBSOd
J57c- 2& UNION SQUAJlNY. "Np,-
ST.10UIS.M0. rfilTgJl jT.Vi OAltASTEX
Headquarters for fishing trickle,
crockery, glassware, etc.
Agent for tho New Davis Sewing
JOHN L. HARTSFIELD j
Kinston, N. C. I
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