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VL. JULY 19 IW
IT I ehrxi tint Kilram
mtaiior. from anntluT State.
Judge MeAli.-ter. t.f N ih ;t!.-,
ruut L.r run .'miiiile'l llif pract.ce
of Stat ol the .-.line go eminent,
with II. t- jrlnO i.I 1-ulfpeinlrIlt
nation. ,!.t e-.
N h h ; a ctni'r.i.-t Letweeii Sulli-
the ' (i.inniion of the world."
i'hdoao; h is
Kaat, N .1 L'r
Sldinf. The i. r
dnxxrd by Mitchell.
TITS Lat&ersa Cfcareh biu been
Mppre eJ i HaMi.
TUB Ameriaa nukim(D are
Stftklag crwl record ia KagUnd.
IT U th prevailing opinion that
Ham-o hw arTendered to too
J Tanner i aot dtaaiiaaed very
aooa K will hve Hwrijon'H hide
la tk Ua-jard be (or loo;.
CoL. L. C JojES,aapriateadent
f tb (X C R. died in Wilminx
t0f X. C, Lut Knday vening.
A 5XOBO fomio ia florid in
Tttd three other nefro women Co
dinner aad poiaoaed them with
TOGXO-oa-rat,"' 10 dish batter
Tux hoc vtre id xettin ia ;ts
deadly work in 'ew York. Within
tirtjaixhS hoars children died, tractive one.
Aid lb hwptUU are taking in the r.ji-gre.:nan
wMal proportioa of sunstrokes.
IT 14 aoaietiaiwi the ea.5 ibi:
aapUrtoa attaches to a good man,
aad, whea It doe, it is da:y to
M that the State affem no .let? -neat
becaaje of b;j tnufor'.-jrte
THE Soathem Yellow P:::e
Lumber Association m: at if on.
gomtrj, AU., IjMt Thursday
DelaU were present from Ala
ktai, Oeorsri, Florida and Mis
"PITIES K, kmdQc And coarte
ij are better videoce of jrreat
sm thau bomba!, ill oitBr and
W4 Bjanorrn. Turn is warm
weal her l?ic ; tae it. a- on :t
aad keep cool.''
MllCIK I 51 KRSI T 'i . tLe l!l(
tlst follej of Georgia- ami one of
theforrmoMt denoai laa'.n-m al chi-,!
la the country, ha followed tbe
lead of the S'ate I ,-. ;ver-.' !n
adopting free taitiou.
A ruripo-ilTti '5 n twlore the
North Dakota State ooveotioo to
provide a legislator? wiCbo: a
Sea ate. It woald be money in the
North Dakota porket to leave oat
the lloa.M too - Philadelphia Times.
Xw th.-t John l. Salltvan hi
foe th "Slog collar" what will he
dowtthitT ila o- aaid he didn't
vast It. Doatoo Globe. Joat aa
th other dC did that crawled into
ta horaw Baafwraod had do p
tiU for eta Ft-
schfr schools. ii y. jrsr and ki:b not
S imraer :hooU are no longer an Dof of ihc inot iinportar.t in
H eriaieut, and tt u gratifying to veatigation- ih it ever attracted the
know that the religiona element ii attention uf uur people i now in
uaraineJ. While the decay of j progTe at t be Insane Asylum in
aectamu im ts olnervMe there is Kaleigh.
no evidooro that Chriatianity is ' The superiutendf nt of the insti-
looiag U hold. 'In addition to tntion taniN high id hi jirofoaaion
; van "the ' ' h .i ni p i o n ot the
the A( nlioo of Christian Kn and h.- for many )ers held tbe j receiving ! he plaudit.- of n
deavornow in ne.:on in Tbiladel confidi nc- ul the people of the ! and Su!l; .in the cnlpiit.
Stale. The cliarges against him j from jus';, ,.. KkulkniL' in d
are of the mont serious character, ' hilling i n d.n k !;. '.
and the directors of the AylQm! All honor to Governor Livvry.
who are charged with thin invewti , Whether Siillu an and K lr.un ;ue
gatiou fihould be jut and lear not. ' ever b; onph t Luc to I aec in iri.son
While the personal and profea-i walls or nut. puM.r v:i tue Ii is been
mon.il character of Dr. G riftsom at rcugt lu nt d an d a .strong fortrc?
uiimt not U sacrificed to prejudice, of ice uv-i thrown.
jealousy aud malice, the rights ot W e trus: that tin- da
the ieop!e and the interests of ed when i:o !.r ; b
humanity must Ik careful ly 1 '-a dead letter.'
guarded. 1 The dclei.ce ol i..'e. ;
Ol K Al 1.1 AM K ( OI.l .M.N
A Southern Exploring Expedition,
lhc Manufacturer's Record of
1 ; Utiinore, which is ever workiDg
iur the advancement of the South
is undertaken one of the greatest
nterprises of the day. With a
lew to making known to the world
he vast wealth of the unexplored
:::z szlf-masty&zc peiest.
phi w :u o:: toward 10,000 dele
gtc!, t'ri.in all parts of the couu
t r , ii at te n ii . n i
t."- a. thi
no w ; a
lab 1 r
lecture on (irrek l.fe.
ley and ol. I". !:. t V- She;
The A m er i' a
subject to no
if willingness tor
n, t !: e an tr aier schools
culture, e 1 ually uu
. i week enter upon
i jij'.i i Asaru.biy is
!- Professor l.ly of
r.s I. diseases the
n : n a erles of lee
vr MahotTv .s to
'.11 not do in investigations I properly is dependent
v-red bv Doctors
Abbott, .1. K. Paxton.
S. V.ob: usou. J. M. Huck-
Lectures ol this kind to apply
of criminal pj-oceedure.
the rules ! execut um of the law - , and
In trials public benolae'or v-
b-efore t he courts the act-used must : dignity of oil. cial .-t.ii.uu
be guilty tx?yond reasonable doubt claref, wit h Andr r .'. u
I 1 1 : u :
-. on at
. 1'. Difuu
rojjramrne ! an at
icludmg a lecture by
P. . e c k . d r i d g e of K e u
Politics of ( hnstl
:on as t o wheth-
before a verdict can bv rendered the litem
against him: but in cases of this obeyed."
ol kind tbe role is different. Theman
key in whose care our insane are placed
pre- must U1 atxive suspicion. The
i oik u; K
e. Ullage is
i r :
) ii v.
'..,. k of
a io a to
1 " : ! w I
in :. a-.
'. ! o :
A -'.: i
no: . w i
Tile i Vi
slightest taint duqaalifiea for the iirjg'-
positiou. What father would send To 'H'l'HK'"
an invalid daughter to an asylum to olll'r 1,1,11 tlu' ivv
presided over bv a moral lener. or JeL h,"v '"'lllJ 1,1
one whoae smallest act of slightest pures. elemenls of . ourag. '
o ner sc ene than inilis.'retion indicates the presence Many of us lee! that wo
. I. if si. what of mora tx lution T l,J"'" - ' " ' ' " ' 11 1 11
. . 1 " t 1
Dr. GriSAOUl COOid not be con- repine ue. an- o, i :,
Meted in court of the charges u";.v :"1"'', "' n:-:
,n. a t.oi rt a f ,.-.! nrulrra.l afrainit COUraiJe 1 - d : S 1 1 .1 t 1 1 .
him, because the supposition
. f mno-eeneo woold accom
pany frm all through the in
vestigation until removed by evi
donee that established his guilt
beyond a reasonable doubt; but
whether he can be acquitted before
a trihaoal that mast pass npon
tiik kitnkss of thisos consider.
Carolina may !ng the environments of the srtua-
I'hrntian sum tmn and the complicated interests
imposed of the of all classes of citizens, is alto-
rtlemen an I getber a different thing.
.e country aud is 1 1 as he cleared his skirts, so that a
le.el spirit of fattier of high metal woald not hesi
i' v Tie icien tate to commit to hia care a beauti-
-. m p re favorably fu1. passionate, deranged daughter! the command
universities, ll i-ven tutpco keeps any the centuries.
.A l.iame Men (Juu'lit In Mi.
The .North Carolina Laiim-i
State Alliance will convene
Pay ettes llle on the second l'uesd
in August. Ou the lirt-t i '.- 1,
July, according to the Const.:. it
ot the nler, the county Allianeeh mineral and timber regions of the
ad over the State met lor the pur- South, which railroads have not
pose ot electing delegates to attend yet opened up to public investiea-
t.eemg that meeting. It is to be hoped 1 tions, that progressive journal has
n- and that good judgment was ustd in j organized a fully equipped Gxplor
selecting men ot good common ing party, under the management
.sense ; men competent to do the . ol .Major Goldsmith Bernard West,
important work that will come be- of Birmingham, a noted expert in
loieiliem. The Pai mer's Alliance the exploration of mineral regions,
us in lis infancy. In our State it In making this announcement in
may be said to be only oue year its last issue, the Manufacturers'
old. d u il ol .1 tiutb. it may be said Iiecord says "we have arranged to
to bein its most critical penod. place at once in the field an expe-
l;s giuwth is unprecedented, and dition, scientitic and practical,
its opponents may feel encouraged whose duty it shall be to visit, in-
by the idea that such t hi ngs as vest igate and report upon all the
giow veiy iapidly are short lived, mineral districts of the Southern
It may be so that many have Sates. and the reports of
united with it, "in a tit" of short its work will appear only in this
lived enthusiasm, ju-" as many journal. It is estimated that the
loined the Southern m my in 1SU1, mission will last sixor eight months
behev:: g tint lacing their names i Major West will be assisted by a
on the ii. ii.-ter roll mean t death to scientilic staff of his own selection,
jhc enemy, dust as th,; failed to and will remain in the field for the
see t he magnitude of t hat struggle, next six months. Outside of the
sM'.' who hae . it.ed iho Alii- several districts with which Major
ance may tail to see the magnitude West has been intimately connect-
ol '' m There wcie thousands ed, he will carry with him a regular
who belonged to the Confederate force, aud proceeding on horseback,
cause and made it no stronger, camp by the way. Generally, he
nay they made it weaker. Pailiug will have the assistance of an en
to do in six months that which re- ginecr and geologist, a timber
quired y ears of patient sullering expert, a secretary and necessary
vears ot hardship and sacrifices servants. The idea of the expedi-
h a s ilaw n
i n d
All the lepers of the Sandwich Islands
are sent to the land of Maloksu in the
Hawaiian croupe, mill there, forsaken by
kith and kin, are left to the i avages of
this terrible scourge. J-'ather Pamien de
Venster, a I torn an Catholic Priest (re
cently deceased), learning nut only of
their miserable physical condition, but
thoir more desjieiate, sinful state (given
up to lustand blasphemy) repaired tlnther
to consecrate his life amongst them, and
if possible, ameliorate their lot both bod
ily and spiritually. This saintly Father
faced a certain death, by contagion, from
the loathsome plague, but this did not
deter him, and before he fell a martyr to
his self-immolated and holy work, he had
the glorious satisfaction of creating con
tentment out of utter, wretched despair,
with the most revolting depravity, and
converting a host of human devils iuto
christians, and charming their hitherto
most sinful lives into a bearable, christian
and resigned existence
i :.: :i w ., bo partiei -i'..
e-sor Sim or. 'ew-
: rig-..--.. P.'oIh P. II.
V K . 1 1 o : s of t he
r n : a. Pruf. .1 .
i 1 1 . .4 I ., an 1 J oseph
' : oi ,i i on vent ion i s
Mm N i.hv ille which
d w 11 '.' far reaching
-i- n : r- - u .
wliv the Teacher'
i w Mi
i ' S Ci
under the most rigid discipline aud ti on is not to jump from place to
hard lighting they gave up to de place by rail, but to go through the
spair, and grumbled and growled country in a leisury way, Study its
climate, conditions, resources and
oiipoi : unities, and to give the pub
men t .
Auvi-rsity is a- iu
development a bod;
to physical di' i
lime aspiie to greatness, we
must bear the diMipline without
which real greatness is impossible.
If we wish to be considered bra e
we must not shiink at the trial of
our courage, h o w e v e r it may come.
The seasons are bad. but that is
none of our atlairs. All that the
law ol God or man n quires is that
we go forward. Standing on the
borders of t he P-d Sea, ilod said to
Moses. "Speak unto the children of
Isreal that t hey g
until uur ranks contained many in
efficient men, and our woods wa
filled with deserters. Let the Al
liance men take warning. Pirst,
let them realize I ho impel tanee of
the woik that they have under
taken, and the ! isasiiis nf defeat.
A way. thou holy man
(If God, to .iiider loath. nunc, leprous isle
Where in-maU cut -oil uf earth, in durance
Kndure their awful ban,
Thou go'st turth from all thou lovest
To face a living death without a fear.
"Unclean, unclean '" the cry
The leper made of old to tell the doom
A hile passing to the wilderness alone,
Without a fiiend. to die.
Is heard not there, for all alike are free
So bear the plague their lives will have
Amid that outcast throng
No ifelon seeks a Saviour's healing hand,
Nor help nor hope for those forever ban
ned Inspires with prayer or song
To seek from God m man a pitying tear,
While all seemed doomed and God-forsaken
Duth r-:.gn supreme, and
How to JIauagc The m.
Control by mere authority of the
faculty should be used as little as
is compatible with the high ends
sought in the conduct of a college.
It mast, indeed, be made plain to
students, so that there is no shadow
of a ground for misunderstanding
on the point, that the faculty, and
not the students, govern the col
lege. But this being established,
let the rules We as few and as smi
pie as possible, and only Midi as
can be reasonably well en bu ceil
Let the hand of authority be dis
played only when indispensably
necessary. Punctuality in atten
dance and fidelity in work should I
be insisted on. ll a fair degree ol
Noi.tii i'aiko.ina, i In the
Oirteu-i i mii.i.Y. ) Hupenor Court.
1 ho re a 8 ("nrrirlt . A d in in 1 1 lit or
ol Itn oli 1 '!! . ni l a,
(). T Woctt. C. f. Wood, ft Bin. I
To (i. T. Wood and C C Wood-.
Von will take notice that a Pperlal lro
reedlnf ( milled Ha above lin ten com
minced lu ihe fuperior Court, i trUirnl
l ouoty, be'ore the i lrra.to k, 11 real eatato
in make HdHi'ta to pay ibe d-lu th ui
nf .Iaciil It ley, d.c'd. lo wll: Lot 12, aguara
! ,, M ,,, eheml I'lty, rtli Carolina. 1 on will
Uo 1 1. er take Doti v tlat yon are reqnlrml,
Ii. Iih :ii lwif said Joob l lley, de'd. to
ir i.c i.i-c Hie Clerk ol th Huperlor Cool t
.1 c, :, r. i (-..urily. Mirth CarollDa, al hla
i: :.i no i i, ni t Houae In th Town of
1',-., i r .i i , s i'. Annual. 18HI1. and '
it ii.n.i.i i., 1 1, p.. i ion In ihla proceed I nx
i r it..- i .lion ! 1 1 h pel y Ui the court for Mia
!;: ,.i . a ,t. rant petition.
.ii i UN ii. oa vi
e.erk Hup-rior Courl.
Tms .ill . ,f I ,: ' i , !
A I I
.1 A 1 1 I
1 ; dwli a'
success m obtaining these is f-r-j GrccnsbDro Feicale College.
cured, the other details of thei , .
student's life mav enerallv h.. ho, 1 (.Iild.ShBOnO, ri. c.
student's life may generally be leu
to him with salety. But he should
be made to understand that a
decent and manly life is expected
of him always and everywhere. It
is unwise and useless to confront
him, in a pamphlet of college laws.
with a long list of mala prohibit a,
The SIX TV MNTH 8ES8ION of ilia
well eipiiip.-d nnd proaperoua loaliiu-
tion will begin on the.
StW I.m August, 188.
SUPKKIOK AlJ ANTAOE8
are offered in nil the departments of
instruction uphsIIv nuraued in Female
which he is forbidden to commit. ! Colleges of highest grade. Charge
NO College faculty has genius j verv moderate.
enough to name all the acts whi h I Fl,r ('ftt.R,lo"f ' PJ1?,1" . ,
ought to be forbidden. The w.ly j , Gh.
Hiuueni wuu is presented wirn a
i ,1 J :u: fc1 I 1 " 11 al
ii.;. iii ii ii pi e j uuiceu auu intelligent ni t,.af,
repoit. ihis is undoubtedly one
of th-' moot remarkable instances of
enterprise which any paper in this
country has ever undertaken, and
a gaunt that cur-ed
: r, ' n n
e . . - a .
'. ln! o t
hvs-sons are far daughter of North Carolina from There is no such thing as
than thoa taught the ajy lam, the cae of that sua- ing for something to turn
il sminne. ipicion mast be removed. Lt tbe The word of succcs ;s "-mn.
arumcr s-hoolj, raasi ng ' Board say that Dr. Gnsom ia not he who refuses to obey is
i.nglmg of religious thought guilty, if such is their jadgmen t , away by the on ru-hing bi
a rar culture are highly and y et, if the interests of tbe in- Whatever the situation
P. and he is blesl who stitution and fhe people demand it courage and g
let the resignation of the super in
leudent b demanded or his expul
an 1 M-.'
X'Ti' o t
n 41 m c
comes under their inspiring, im
pruvmg and ennobling iotlueDce.
o w s .
forward. 1 is not
in the rowe.r of man to command
Hucces.s. but every man may deserve
TUE AGGICTLTl BAL COLLl,E
Th bord nf traste ot the
Agncultnral and 'Meghan iral Col-1
A rcLiLxaoTS poman oi th
LU PrwJial UeoiM, wkkeh haj
kwwa hoiftai la U capiui for
mxtrai jes, hcaa there was bo
BoXtaiJw plir u kJaar it, u
jaItfLaVJ pat ia poaitioa ia tb
Hte7 rooas. Albaay Argo.
The time has pasad when que
kege of North Carolina established tioos ol national policy can be set
the lastitatioo in the cooffdence tied by radical measures.
kath mi cnor ui i.i.mi
h i ida i
J ti 1 y
aad affection o( tbe people when
Labor is always conservative
they elected Hon. Thtimas J. Jarvia , nntll madened by oppression, and
Mia wis administration ol the
gubernatorial ofllce, his exemplary
life, th honor h hat reflected upon
A CXOriv-BCKJT ocenrred Wed- sute at home and abroad, give
UmJlAJ sight, oo the Sata Ke road, laLMnrane of fidelity to tbe trust
In 5W Meilro, which did great , bento wed and ability in the dis
taaaafw to the line: two bridges
aadaeveral milea of track wen
VMbei away, and even steel rails
"Were twisted into all kinds cf
5IAKLT all the small boys who
kd iateoil to be rretdnt have
Bow cnaagrd their mi ads and de
idl to bwcoaie slagjers
"pmj U higher aad the faae greater.
XT small boy, thoagh, will oatgrow
beta anrbltiooa it rives long
Socth t'isoiixi coagralalatea
charge of the duties inip"ed.
Of the meeting of the board of
trustees the New and Observer
The trusties of the Agricultural
and Mechanical College met yester
day morn ng, Mr. VY. Primrose
ia the chair. A report of the exec
utive committee w&s taken up and
The di-scassed and th following regu
lations were adopted
Applicants for admission to the
college mas: lw cot less than four
evidence of gxl moral chara:
trr, nui', tie able lo read and write
iad ilin? a kno ledge of arithmetic
r'or the reU Und in if
CENTHAI. OKFICK. AuKI'lI.l 1 UAL
Bi iLDiNi;, Kaleigh, N. C.
The repen ts of correspondents of
the Weekly Crop Bulletin, pub
lished by the North Carolina Kx
penmcnt Station and State Weath
er Service, co operating with the
labor i United States Signal Service, show
, iu s,i, i.m.nf r,t that there has "been a deficiency of
UJ l 1 I O v u l h U C BIMIUJI'IIOUUIIUI V. '
ram fall, au excess ot temperati
want impels to hot. Then it is
that madness rules the hour and
holds high c-arnivaluntil conserva
tism restores order and
its legitimate objects.
Fortunately the great mas-s of
our countrymen are conservati ve.
Attached to the institutions of our
fathers, they are satisfied to pursue
the even tenor of their way, content
with the natural rewards of lalor.
and sunshine for the week ending
Friday, duly Uth. All crops have
been favorably affected. The week
has been favorable for farm work
and harvesting. The oat crop has
improved very much and in some
places is said to be the finest tor
years, lobaccowas injured tosome
Especially is this true of farming extent by the heavy raius of the
lanelt. Spwaking ol the siagfing throagh fractions, and hare a fair
Batch the Cbarleatoa News and knowledge of geography, and the
Conner aaj. "The pity of it ad is
that lata tight occurred in a sooth-
stk(s: happily for oar already
and agricultural communities.
But, let it not be suposed that
conservatism detracts from its bo
tanes any of the elements of man
hood. Conservatives are satisfied
with legitimate returns, but they
insist that "the workman is
worthy of his meat."
Tbe business men of this couutrv
previous week but is now looking
better. Cotton has had just such
weather as it needed and is gene
rally looking well. The prospects
for an average crop are good. The
hot wave which crossed the State
the latter part ol the week was
very beiu Iicial to the growth of all
crops. The following special torn-peraturc.-.
are reported : Lumber
ton, KoK son count v, '.'S degrees :
Tii en let them realize that is a is far ahead of anything of the kind
lite uoikupon w Inch depends the ever before projected by any weekly
weal or the woe of the farmer, journal in America. The Manu-
Nii legislative body ever made a lacturers' llecord has done a great
law so perfect that experience could work for the South in the past, and
inn improve it. How much more to that it now adds this brilliant
diiVictii: the task ol such bodies that , scheme, to accomplish still more for
make lules instead of laws, with this section. The heavy expense
nothing to enforce them but moral of this exploriug expedition will be
sanction. The convent ion will, no borne solely by that journal,
doubt, do some coopering'' on the -
( oustitution and perhaps make To Save Doctors' IJills.
changes in the rules governing the Never go to bed with cold or
'Business Agency Fund,' but the damp feet.
great work of this convention is to Never lean with the back npon
adopt some plan by. which the anvthing that is cold.
the Parmer's Alliance may be Never begiu a journey until the
brought under discipl.ue. Much brea k fast has been eaten.
has been said about co opera; ;oa in Never take warm drinks and
Alliance work, while the idea of then immediately go out into the
discipline is much neglected, l.et co
no care be spared in giving alii- After exercise of any kind never
ance men the education they need r,de jn an open carriage or near
in me uiscuarge oi t neir uuues. . tno wiudow of a ear for a moment
And if education is broader than lt ,s dangerous to health or even
can tie re, ictied at present, let t nem tie iife
thoroughly instructed in their work. 'ever omit regular bathiDg, for
Let it oe understood ttiat me ai- unless the skin Is in regular condi
hance makes no nnpty resolves. , tl0rj, the cold will close the pores
Let it be known thatwhen Alliance and favor congestion or other
people resolve to do, that something ! disease.
ni be done. When hoarse, speak as little as
Ifmembersol the Alliance hinder ,)0SSible until the hoarseness is
tin- iron, tney must be turned out. i recovered from, else the voice may
hen a suo-AWiauce act the mem- be permanently lost, or difficulties
oers oi it muni oe governed in mat . Gf the throat be produced
actum. When a county Alliance. Merelv warm fhn hack- hv the
llpll l' T IIH Ss 1 1 I A l.inPrt n-ncr
hearken. When the State Alli
ance commands, "fall in," let every
member in the State "get into
line." with '-heads up" and "eyes
in front.'' Such as disown any
allegiance to the Order, let them
get out of it. A small band of dis
ciplined heroes is worth more to
any good cause than a large undis
The Alliance has something to
do except pull down. They should
at least put up a better structure,
for every one they pull down. In
fact they had better use judgment
in tearing down, they might get
too much rubbish in their way at
one time. Let them not encroach
on the legitimate rights of any class
of men, but let them not forget the
first law of nature. Fifty thousand
people, united inaju-t cause are
The Alliance should not attempt
to oppress other classes, or domi
neer over tneni, but it should know
no such word as 'in' m the object
for which it was created-
L. L D.
farmers, mechanics, merchants Goldsboro, W ayne county, de
an.! lab,, nrnf-winnul n.onand Kr : e IdoU , 1 1 al I fa X rounty,lS
rlerr'S uiiMlwim liunn innn
I -..II 11 "f'-s .v,
Sub Alliance must fire, and never continue keeping
the back exposed to the heat after
it has become comfortably warm
To do otherwise is debilitating
Never stand still in cold weather
especially after having taken
slight degree of exercise, and
always avoid standing on ice or
snow, where the person is exposed
to the cold wind.
When going from a warm atmos
phere into a cooler one keep the
mouth almost closed, so that the
air may be warmed by its passage
through the nose ere it reaches the
Keep the back, especially be
tween the shoulder blades, well
covered; also the chest well pro
tected. In sleeping in a cold room
estaplish the habit of breathing
through the nose, and never with
the open mouth
badly disfigured repatafon it did
sot take place in Sa'.h Carolina."
A CniaLUT' 'M. ? ' ' spect:, ' o
taa New-a-Obaerrer cf the '.'. th
last., says -A Lgh: e.r'.baaae
ahock was fei 5 her at 1 17 '.ooignt
Dwrattoa of the thine t wis iboct
tarew MttooJ, moTfmcn'.j 2'-r.h
tvaj soath, and the m.V.o"! y.'-ri
Lory , aecornpan'ed by a l g'.c
A J ili , M ts s .
?Taarslay sajt (.iovern r
his'orv of Norm Carolina.
Applicants w.:i t-e wpircU to i ' 1 ty. b'i degrees ; Charlotte, Mecklen
appear O-foro 'he omaty superin- 'something is wrong in the conduct burgcountv, to degrees: N liming
tenden: of educa:;on in coauection J Qf public affairs. What that some- ton, New llanoer county, !U de-
thing is causes a w ide deversity of Rtees ; New Peine, Ci aveii county,
: degrees ; uaieigu, aKe coun-
the (tia a ' y
s a b m : '. c
ret res.'t; '
.". -un '. es
nan two members of
ird of etlucalion, and
e i : n a', l on by writ
ia(emwl last a zb". He
aid betore U got tfcroujrh w tii'i.!
tooaw who had anything '.o do w . :
Ut tight the laugh wca'd c :..r
AChar stds. 'T will se :hil every
BBSO, tnlndiag the i,ir:; and
CrwacenC aathoruies, who aided
aad abetted the tlgh'.er. r
ewted to the end
g ' e n .
opinion all tending to the
which will txprr- conclusion mat capital is oppres
president of the col- 'sing Uiwr through the subtle agen
ex T.:natioQ shall be j ,-,( ,-,r rantT hi
There is no danger of a radical
change. Free trade is as far from
the m;nd- of the people as a pro
hibitory tariff. Conservatism that
has o often came to the rescue of
the country will again assert itself,
and adj ust toe machinery of govern
ment to the purposes of its crea
r . v .
r' : :L-
' -e r
vs of quail -men
i j -l i to t !. e
.'.. i I :i5 of liepre
. ! n h thus a d
l r. i r on : He tx!s of
rresenta -in :n the lower
'.he !eg-i ture. wdl te
. . - n
w : ;
c h ar ge a n d
i ' e g 'i : if'
; fjc ations shall app
tie char if1', I o
ojr p.- and
: -' ;-
ts '.i.c same
v , but the v
n fee of r'i)
s t u len ts at
Wiikx en, r.' ma-s j
axe gaveo over to do firm,
whea dog Ar given Turkoti
ad liae j-.il I'.'f.i
ci ' rn
co !i '
we d r o ;
e a dog w
would h ivj . j.
apecul f oi let
- aider down
aar Tiers, lau't, :'. ' aie
Vhe phre -treae!
Treated bk a man
the better application in mul
of ease. Washington Post.
IT ia aot sa prising that the satire
KafMbtteaaa o( North Carolina
sfcoaJd fel eoasisiarabJy uUd at
taa parUaJitj shown by Mr. 11 am
oa to the. Re-publicans of Northern
Mrta im appoataaeaCa to office. A.
W. ShaJTer, appointed postaiaater
4 RaJvlf b; Paiemoa John, Collec
tor o the Tort, ai rUiaabeth City:
O. Z. French jwa tan aster aad E. J.
Peoaypacker Coi lector of 'ostoms
ml Wilsaioftoa. S. Cramer, AMAjer
mt the Miat at Charlotte, and L G
Eataa Doatofflee Inspector are all
Norther a men. Coasidcrmg
0' lie fit
if. . . .eal.t.g ,ir-
or. .. hat :.s ronsider
' i s-.-n.-e daring the
-. :. ': . i ' i i pushed
'. -e h 1 control
' . - ' ;vfiui' the
- ' cry g-eatly. The
; -g ti.et.i. bowri er.
' ... -ic w ho can ra: se
. ' r ge : ; :. e cred . t . T he
' 'o t r c' j to ilei'r.'i.ii'
i ' Get along with less
: . .:i ! dor. e w : ' h a lit
nd ilgence and with a
health Norfolk Land
t .on .
inerva: isdu mast hae its in
ti uence in private as well as in
public. If erery man will stick to
bis business and pursue it j udiciously grasses doing web
adopting no rash experiments and able forgarueiing w
following do visionary theories,
improvement will be seen in every
section of our land. No amount of
political corruption will wreck the
.nd.wdaa! fortune of tne man who
keep his house in order ami walks
the paths of industry and peace.
Tan ff reform is greatly needed,
but reform in industrial methods
and personal habits is the supreme
i ee l of the hour.
I.OYER.NOK lOWRl .
Governor Liwry did not succeed
in preventing the meeting of Sulh
livan and - Kilrain in Mississippi.
ty, 'J I degrees.
Paste it. n I ;.- i i:m i
showers. An excess
ture and sunshine has been very
favorable to all ere. s m this dis
trict. ( KN r I ; a I 1 :.s ut. i . Although
crops genera 1 !y hne improved, vi-t
a little ra:n would probably have
been Ik iielicial. Some complaint of
cotton tiring. Tobacco is reported as
looking we. I w:th prpees of a
Westekn 1 i -1 i;i. . A num
ber of correspondents report the
weather to have been ;ust what
wa-s needed. ( 'ccasional showers,
very hot and au abundance of sun
shine. Cotton, corn, tobac-o and
eat and oats.
i ue prospeois ior n lie crops in some
sections of the district are reported
as exceedingly good.
KKMAItK.- '1- 1 K 1 A I . KKKs
I ' 1 N I ' E .N I .--.
Pacikkn DisTKic;. Hertford,
Perquimans county ' W e have had
but one little shower and that ap
peared to do good to all crops,
though the land is still very heavy.
We cannot make half of a crop of
corn or cotton. The peanuts are
not much damaged." Boeky Point.
Pender con n ty " We h a ve had no
rain for the last seven day s and all
farm work Is progressing very
favorably, and all crops are looking
weTl." Weldon, Halifax county
"The past week has been tine for
IJ ti pes.
.Mankind is easily duped: quacks
in medicine, quacks in religion,
quacks in politics know this and
act upon the knowledge, Men are
like trout; tickle them and you
take them. The ingenious syco
phant is sure to commend us
wherein we lack the most, he knows
that to be our weak point. Dr.
1 ugs :
Uae Both Hands.
Pecently, from my close atten
tion in many years' capacity at the
circuit court, 1 have been suffering
from partial or incipent paralysis
of the right hand, or what is other
wise known as pen paralysis, tbe
result, of course, of constant writ
ing with that hand. With so little
use of that member, I am begin
ning to make my left hand very
useful, and I find it is a much more
important feature than we usually
imagine. I think the habit of cul
tivating the service of the left hand
should be more general and taught
from oarlv childhood; in that wav
on w as rignt men are like tne flexibility would be established
you may carry thom where and the right hand saved from the
: great strain upon it. It is not at
, all necessary to be what is termed
'left handed ' to be enabled to use
that hand. 1 know one young
lady artist who is not at all so, yet
who can use the lett hand as well
as the right perfectly by cultiva
tion. She can draw with the left
hand as easily as she can with the
right one, turned toward the right.
Mv case should be a warning to
writers especially, not to leave all
strain to one hand, but to cultivate
the service of the other, or at least
its assistance. I now have to do
much of my writing with my left,
aud accomplish it quite as well as
bv the ears.
I l o Sparrow anil the Allisatur.
An alligator and an Pnglish
sparrow were seen to engage m a
battle near Harieii, Fla., the other
day. The 'gator provoked the tight
by snapping at the bird, which in
turn ilew furiously at its ugly an
tagonist, aiming with precision at
the saurian's eyes. The 'gator
finally gave up the contest and
sought salety from the sparrow's
attacks by hiding i;.st-!f under
but it now seems probable that he killing grass and getting crop:
will achieve the higher distinction clean." Lumberton, Pobeson coun
of having put an end to
righting on this continent.
It is not suppose
tv "Ihe (Tons of all Linda Icivp
1 1 r 1 7-e , - . - , , , ,
1 u)i'n n:ir 1:1 - iiiinru, in- tin. wn
' j'...i.i...j ...jii.i. t, LUV "Ct
A go, ,! a i-ruge ot ciia; ,u tt i is
better than a i..ver leu-i ol char i with right, and I am by no means
acter: but a trood averace of char-1 "left hauded." St. Lonis Globe-
ueter is never reached by a man Democrat,
w ho is satisfied with a good
average. Only tin- man who per- Kare Thought,
sistently strives to be at a high' "Harry,'' exclaimed the blushing
level of conduct, will reach the, Laura, "this declaration is so sud
plane ot the average well doer. An Men that I that that I hardly
average is made by the balance know what to say. I was unpre
botwoen the slips and the successes j pared for it. It uunerves me."
The slips will come of themselves. ; "I was afraid it might,'' said tbe
I he successes are a result of efrbrt. : young druggist," rising with alac
Ile who aims no higher than an rity from his knees, "andlbrought
average, will be sure to fall below 'along a bottle of my unrivaled
it. j nerve anoydine. This preparation.
- - i darling,'' he added, soothingly, as
um: night last March lbs he took the bottle from his pocket,
patients in the Bonifacio and St. , quickly extracteu tne corK, ana
poured a quantity ol the medicine
into a spoon he had also brought j
Lucia l lospitals, m l loreuce, were
violently attacked by what the
superintendents of the institutions
declared to be cholera. This oc
casioned a panic in the city. But
G. br.iin Jobiiam, President ol
the Georgia Midland road, and of bruisers will become extinct, but continue.
Pen T. Hatcher, a large stock hob
der, had a disagreement. Jordan
challenged Hatcher. Hatcher ac
eepted and proposed to flgh: in a
small ring with ten inch bowie
kaive. Afterwards the affair was
aui cably settled.
along, "will allay any undue ex
citement, quiet the nerves, and
digestion, and restore lost aDoetite.
I . weather, bnt will make an average 0I1 investigation it has been shown i I sell it at sixty cents a bottle,
d that the race if the present favorable seasons that the attack was occasioned by j This is a dose for an adult. Take
meat and soup that had been it dearest." Chicago Tribune,
cooked antl allowed to stand in ' -
COpper vessels. The SUperin- Uooil Advice, Showing; Remit.
tendeuts were suspended from Edward Silvey, Chisago, gives teati-
ofiioe, as a punishment for their moriy: "My wife had catarrn iweDty
carelessness and ignorance
LlllCg sill I
lilasphemii-s ris-j therefrom
That doth above a l othci iiuisos sweli.
And sur-m to -pi in i h ui.i mit some , nt
i t li 1-eei.ini; s.ns thus frmiht;
ith souls repulsive as their liodics are.
And feeling that their fates ai e srided,
And every vileues.s sought
That could in desperation find a vent
To lull awhile in wretched pleasure's
To such, with steady feet,
Self-banished lone, to face despair and
And bravely bear the leper's fearful doom,
Their sins aud death to meet
Went forth that saintly soul, from kith
A glorious, i.nmr.rtal crown to win.
lie sought and bore sucli dearth
For sake of fellow mortal's abject plight,
anil ere ins soul to (iod had taken flight,
Those sou's to "second birth"
Were born nnd quickened from that hell
Reformed and sanctified for paradise.
Oh (tod-like martyrdom !
Thy crown hath shooe on many a saintly
Hut none whoe'er, with joy, to heaven
Such crown more truly won;
For none, who e'er were tortuerd to de
Their creed is faith, e'er met a noble end
Good Things to Know.
That salt will cardie new milk,
hence in preparing milk porridge,
gravies; etc, the salt should not be
added until the dish is prepared.
That clear boiling water will
remove tea stains and many fruit
stains. Tour the water through
the stain and thus prevent its
spreading over tbe fabric.
That ripe tomatoes will remove
ink and other stains from white
cloth, also from tbe band.
That a tablespoonful of turpen
tine boiled with white clothes will
aid in the whitening process.
That boiled starch is much im
proved by the addition of a little
sperm salt or gum arabic dissolved.
That beeswax and salt will make
rusty flat irons as clean and smooth
as glass. Tie a lump of wax in a
rag lor that purpose. When the
irons are hot. rub them first with
the wax rag, then scour -with a
paper or cloth sprinkled with bait
That Bine ointment and kerosene
mixed in equal proportions and
applied to the bedsteads is an on-
failing bedbug remedy, as a coat of
white wash is lor the walls of a log
That kerosene will soften boots
or shoes that have been hardened
oy water, ana rentier them as
pliable as new.
That kerosene will make tin tea
kettles as bright as new. Saturate
a woolen rag and rub with it. It
will aso remove stains from var
That cool rain water and soda
will remove machine grease from
Xo Use as a Lamp
A stall-keeper on the central
market who had been "stnek" with
a number of green mellons plugged
one yesterday, poured a pint of
kerosene into the hole, and after
waiting a quarter of an hour gave
it to a colored man. The latter sat
down on a box to eat it, bnt after
removing fhe plug and taking a
smell he arose and returned the
melon to the stand.
"What's the mattei!-' asked the
"Ize much obleeged, but I
couldn't use it onless you'd frow in
inachimbyan' a wick, an' dat
would be axin too much of any
catalogue oi iorDioaen sins is
tempted to commit all which are
not included in the list. But he
knows what Is decent and becoming
and manly as well as the Professor
of Moral Philosophy, aud if inform
ed that conduct which is manly
will always be expected of him, he
is much more likely to refrain from
unbecoming acts than if held in
subjection to a long code of petty
rules and a system of espionage.
The prolessor should not depend so i
much for the control of students on I
legislation as on getting near 1
enough to their pupils to exert a ;
positive moral influence upon them. I
on appeals to their manliness, m
engendering in them the spirit of
right-doing. Some teachers lack
this power. But it should be
coveted and sought after as one of
the "best gifts" of a college oflicer.
Members of the faculty should
spare no personal efforts to induce
students to abandon bad traditions
and usages. They should strive to
reach and control tho younger
Students through the counsel and
Influence of tbe older. That is one
of the most effective ways of con
trolling thoughtless, impulsive
students. By all means the attempt
should be constantly made to pro
duce a public opinion in college in
favor of manly conduct and in con
demnation of all kinds of unmanly
conduct, from mere childish tricks
to disorder and vice. President
Angell in North American lieview
Saccharine, which, as is known,
is three hundred times sweeter
than sugar, is beginning to be felt
by the beet sugar manufacturers
as a very dangerous enemy. His
Btated that in Germany, already, so
much saccharine has been made as
to render 5,000 tons of beet sugar
superfluous. It is principally em
ployed in the preparation of fruits
and the production ot sweet
liqueurs. It is not a lood stuff;
indeed, it has been comdemned by
eminent medical authorities as di
rectly prejudical to health. The
sugar manufacturers are of the
opinion that saccharine should only
be 6old bychemists. France, Italy
and Portugal are already contem
plating imposing a tax npon it.
"Sir, L always aim to tell the
truth,'' remarked a politician whose
veracity had been impugned.
"That may be true," was the
quick retort, "but justice compels
the observation that you are a
mighty bad shot."
Bring your will to your late, and
suit your mind to your Cicum
stances. A man's own good bi i dii.g is his
best security against other people's
K ASTER?! MCETB CAR0LI1U
the dta:ng :' a
B(B be r of Northern men compared arg imen' w.
.witis tba native liepabiicans they fen and
Wv nn.1.-mhtiJ r rotten a rerv for the pros,
rl !Iow-a of the official stood that 'oi. W.nld.
pia, Wilmington Star. the lat speech.
: -n m
r a : . o a
e for the de
when " backers" and abettors, and
railroad companies, come to under
stand that they will be held ae ;xir
it.rjn rnntimi, the '"ring" will
lose its attractiveness, and the
"txdt," its glory.
One of the most remarkable
things in the whole affair is the re
le.vse of Sullivan after he had been
captured. We do not sup)ose there light a
is another State in the Union where
Pa i i i.e. Pii. 1 )..
P. P.AI.IiW IN,
Signal Corps, Assistant.
Literary Aspirant: Were you
able to use my article, sir! "Yes,
sir." Literarv Aspirant O. I am
delighted to know it.
it appear T Pditor It
pear it disappeared. I used it to
When did himsell ui
it would be held that the Governor
It is under- of one State cannot demand the
.Jones W hy don't you lay by
.something Cora rainy daT
Brown I have done so. I'm
make extradition of a criminal, charged keeping tho umbrella Smith loaned
, with the commission of a misde-1 me a week ago.
fivn vaars. Buffered severely ror six
vears before ehe began to use your rem-
, . edy. Unable to breathe except through
A man is never so much a master 0,,; in most critical condition,
of himself as when he has given Trind evervthinz without relief, when
Dr. Streeter advised her to buy Clarke's
Extract of Flax Papillon Catarrh Cure.
Relief followed immediately. She con
tinued to use it until she is now entire
ly cured. Her health has not been eo
' . m t- : oi nn
creates an unnatural emving for stimu- Ku lu 'UUJ u ri
lants which kills th.- mind or th-child. Wash the baby with Clarke s Flax Soap.
Ack?r'sl5al.vS.,other is speciallv prepared 25 cents. F. S. Duffy, druggist, now
o benefit children and cure their pains. It has the Flaxjemedies on hand.
:s hamdesi an t contains no opium or , " ,.,
morphih-.. S..U i.v K. berrr, Newbeic. , Beecham 6 Pills act like magic on a
N.i' ' weak stomach.
(UTIOV TO MOT I IK ItS
r.vry mother is cautioned against piv
,' her c:.o 1 lau i.inam or paregoric
'There,'' said a neighbor, point
ing to a village carpenter, "there
is a man who has done more good,
I really believe, in this community
than any other person, who ever
lved in it. He cannot talk very
much in public, and he does not
try. He is not worth 2,000, and
it is very little he can put down on
subscription papers. But a new
family never moves into the village
that he does not find it out and
give them a neighborly welcome
and offer them some service .
He is on the lookout to give
strangers a seat in his pew at
church. He is always ready to
watch with a sick neighbor and
ook after his affairs for him. I be
lieve he and his wife keep house
plants in winter mainly that they
may be able to send bouquets to
Inends and invalids. He finds time
for a pleasant word to every child
he meets, and you'll always see
them climbing into his one-horse
wagon when he has no other load.
He has a genius for helping folks,
and it does me good to meet him
in the streets." St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The Sewers or Paris
are one of tho modern wonders of the
world. That marvelous netnork of
underground streams, over which the
tourist can travel by rail nnd in brats,
constitutes tbe bowels of the Kay capi
tal, this labyrinth of streams ia krpt
with scrupulous care; for any obstruc
tion in the flow of tho sewerage would
be attended with serious results to the
health of the inhabitants of tbo city
above. The sewers of tho human sys
tem are the liver and bowels, and in
order to keep disease out of the won
derful city of which they are a part,
they must be always kept free and
unobstructed. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Purgative Pellets are the best laxative
and cathartic known for the purpose.
Tiny, eugar-ooated granules, iu vials,
An error of opinion is one of t he
most frequent causes of errors in
conduct. A little boy thinks that
it looks manly to walk the streets
with a lighted cigarette iu his
mouth. Apart from auv question
of the right and wrong of tho thing,
if he only knew how foolish he
appears to the average grown up
smoker, he would keep that cigar
ette out of sight until he was some
years older. And there is many
other ways of making one's sell
ridiculous by doing that which
seems to the doer an imposing ex
hibit of his manliness
s y v. Ht it K. . v..
1 1) n Hill n i ti
OrderH will receive prompt uttonticr
ond aatisfaotion cuarautood
JOi: K. WILMS. Proprietor
''.r. v.i:oai .t.M craw nt.
KKW BKBXX. TV.
O. K. MlI.LKB ti my nithntr:.. J M I
ALEX. Fiki.ps, Traveling Aitnit
Old Virginia Cheroots.
STILL IN THE LEAD !
More cf them were sold lavt year
than any other brand of Cheroot in
tho world, and an increase of 75 per
cent, of sales for the first five months
of this year over that of last your.
They retail FIVE for TEN CENT8,
and are the PEHT Roods on the
market, being F.(l'AL to any 10 ceiil
and BETTER than any fj cent cigar.
Smokers, beware of the numerous
imitations on the market, and when
calling for a package uf the OLD
VIRGINIA CHEROOTS be ture and
see that it has the name and sifc.
nilureof P. WHITLOCK on it, ofhei
w ide you will be imposed upon.
Trade supplied by
WHOLESALE AOEST3 FOR
dw3m NEW HERNE, N. C.
JpFi n e s 1 asuB c s r 2
P?) WOODWORK cg)fef3 Af f ACIMEHtS fc?)
An old physician, retired from i r.o ii..,
having had placed in his hands by an East
India missionary the formula of a .simple
vegetable remedy for the speedy and per
manent cure of Consumption, Hronchitis.
Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Ltin:
Affection?, also a positive and radical enrt
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous
Complaints, after having tested its woo
derful curative powers in thousands cf
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated bv this
motive and a desire to relieve human suf
fering. I will send free of churge, to nil
who desire it, this recipi in (ierinan,
French or Enplish. with lull directions for
preparing and using. Sent by mail hv ad
dressing with stamp, naming this piqwr,
W. A. Noyes. 149 Tower's Block, 1'clifs
ter, N. Y. nov 1 w 1 y
,-rv0- 28 UNION SQUARE.NY.
6T.L0Ui5.MO. Uingmg Vq DAUASTEX
Kinsfon Book Store,
In Motel Toll Ilulldlntr
Bnckltn'i Arnica Sal v..
Tub Best Salvz in the world for
Outs, Bruiaes, Bores, TJloers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively' cures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 35 oents per box. For
sale by R. N. Duffv. Ian 17
You may boast of your ancestry,
but your acsions demonstrate what
Before the Fourth the proud fat h
er of a musical family was con
sumed with delight when he heard
Young Hopeful whistling "Johnny,
Get Your Gun," but on that event
ful day Johnny got his gun, got his
gun, got his gun, and now father
g9ts a poultice, gets a poultice,
gets a poultice.
It is very important in this ao of
vast material progress that a remedy be
pleasing te the taste and to the eye,
easily taken, acceptable to the stomach
and healtby in its nature and elTects.
Possessing these qualities Syrup of Figs
is the one perfect laxative and most
gentle diuretic known.
S -ho'il l.oi kn rind prhool piiji'Imk a
specialty and tit living price.
Royster" candy, the best in town;
fruits, cigars, tobacco and snuff.
Headquarters for li-hing tmlli-,
crockery, glussware. etc.
Agent for the New Iiin S'wir.(f
J0H& L. HARTSFIELD
Kim-ton, N. ( '.
The Season Is at Hana
Wire Dish Cover?,
Fiy Faiio' and Traps.
A n i l. I.1NI5 A N I AT HOT
L. II. CUTLER,
26 & 28 Middle Street,
NEW HKKXK. N. t)
This favorite Mountain Resort ia open
for the Season of l!sf8.
Uuepts enjoy the advantages of the
boat Mineral Waterm among them a
superior LITHIA SPRING within one
hundred yards of the house.
Terms, SO to S 10 per week.
I'oet Office in tbe building.
W. I). SPRAtit'E.
5-Ton Cotton Gin Scales7$60
., BEAM BOX ,
Brass tare beam.
A WjTnti for Ymjv
I v rrelcht l-fcJd.
7 A C EN T8 WA NTKD.l
K.4 for T.ru. '
" inuro ut navo "rue cd r. i put "
For hYre lrtr l.itl, Adtirat
JONES of BIK0HAKT0N, Binphimton, H. T.
The Tucker & Smith Brand,
Best Shoe in the Market
for the price.
It will cost nothing to call and ex
Kinston, Is'. O.
I.. I.. A'.;MISTEA1, riiciitn kh,
l, v c i i m n v .
Smoking Tobacco from thoio works
took the medal prize at V'enna, 1873,
at Philadelphia, 1S?0, and is now com
peting at tho Paris Ezpoaition.
D. T. CARRAWAY, Aent,
ml4 dwtf New Berne, N. C.
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
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