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I NDl'lI'KXDKNT 1 1ST ALL rI'I I 1 X
Xx-xxxa H.OO 1 r Tear,
. VOL. XII.
NEW I! I". I INK, C1IAVKN COUNTY, X. ('.. d; LY 1SML
0 I WX V"
Crrrrj i r l I a4l I l k T ..,;-a.
Fcr Y3i Stoc6 lapalTBd' Oliestion Disordered Ltor.
SOLD BY AIXDRUGGIbTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX-
FOB r-TTU "TiTK
KPITURI A I. MM KS
a a v .
The l'rrsnleii; i
TllL l'ri'Snli-ul see in
vire .k tir-t i'
to iiie no
in ' !
r:! r I'
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. ::i ire
. J fft'tltS
W (if v. ur
PU1 ou rrcc.
'l viern .muMig tln ie.nl 1 11 (C men in j.r
( n rert .
1 ) U. l:. L. l li K . ! iie Uu.oufl
l'i i s'lvteruui divine, i!ttlw 1 lwiri
h: wt'it. TlnT.' m u hi'ie of re
t '. i:k.s.m is n 1'. 1 . k k in
RIIkiK. (let ! .I.es urmU! sol u ltdt 10I1S
t become ; ciud i d a: e !' 1 ( i ver nur
of K c n t u c k v .
SavH'KI. NlIllK. t.iruierl ol
He:..!en.'!i N w.is i!rnnrtl in
:.e .l.imeM liiver, U rlinicinl
lt Saoday nijfht.
l'Kf EKPINii'H will be lgan
lajmediately ugmunt I'liarlrs Kirb,
on w liose p r i ptrt
t r i
I-U,'. . I
COD 1) I i' t . ( I
i:i 1 1 : in -
is u 1 1 i v ft n
' ! i : 7
NV wi!' bij j u
bip il for jou to tbr !'
I f yoar wool, b'-r prwv.r .(' -.nuor.
1 lir.im tijh: tok I'lai'e.
Thkkk .tre but two inixrtan:
iliji'.om :c jsi'itions that remain to
bo filled, tho.se ot Minister to lln
:a and Minister to Chiun.
HmN. J-hn Nh H"i -s. of KaU-igli.
ha.s Len appointed hief of the
mail and files division oftheTreas
ury Department s.ilary f2,-iOi).
A i-1.' m i has recently ocrurreil
,n ctiiiii by which f,000 live were
lost and 10,(X0 persons
.1 l'earl Shirt.
A lot of Mason's Fruit Jars just received.
t :i:i" ::i de .1
he i Dii. . - : !
t.iry 1 i nl t
that he -per'
d ay s in the
plao' 1 j u u : '
farther .ii. 1
hour I di-'. i
l'hir.i;. H, :
Tup t t-r
State in iU"
fall. (r a tn in'- pi :
ness, luivi i i r :
and tiioraliy, are i...: :
the deeen t joiirn.il.:
the HUM' n !' moral .; .
charity at all adv.u.i
puhhi' and sun -at ion:-,!
1 1 ve
In tin , a: 1 ut da s of the Kepu -lie,
no S'.ite in the I'nion was so
: n il uen t i al as Virgi nia.
At a time when the partition id
Virginia w;w beiDg debated, .1 oh n
IIanded). of Koanoke, said, l,r.reak
m twain the most precions jewel
and its iragments are compara
tively worthless. Separate Vir
ginia and the Mast and the West
w.M Miik into comparative insig
n i :io iru'e." The separation o.ime.
no' !i l,e free will 8nfferagi' of
her peoji'e, but. by the strong aim
oi 'he l'ederal (iovernmeiit.
. i g. n :a ha.s not become ''insig
:, ;, an'." The sun of her prosper
.: v rosr o-o high ever to be totally
eelipsed. Shorn of mich ol her
-tieiigth .-he is still one of the
ton-most States ot the ' rm-rii-an
1 n : o n .
The S uith, especially, looks to
nginia for leadership. W hile
some id' her sister States may equal
her in material development and
industrial progress, all of them
reverence, hive and estol her.
X irgmia is -ust about to i
:pon a gubernatorial campaign
will attract the attention of
n at ion.
Present appearances indicate
that there will be 1'our candidates for caused
(iovernon The Prohibition eandi 'r,1IiL,'t ' Lr
ton ,1 ro .-. i . i 1 i i
lenirie.i : . : , .
h . . i . . i.
K o.-ia ... i .-,
p a i r r. . . : i. 1 1.
I . '1 rv ... i . . , i.
Ie ill!::; -. :.t
Wi!n..: . ; :. .: 'I i,
i i '1 1 1 . , : : i . I I ;i
r.ii.-. In : :, ;
Jt're.l Hi I l.'.e :-; ,
1 . an ii r T. : ' rr. i-A-'h.-
I i i'jbe. : .Or,' i ' ' .fliiv-'
K r a i n - , a ;. I
r,un.- i , i ;
A hi v;i'-. J ,n .. .
o-.'i , jl : y :;i. r
eu:.'.-iis t "r,;-i'i :i
here f..r I : ;
c. ii. in:; f ,c;- r .
S; jle- 1 1 1 e v in . i ,i: ,
V0 S aliil rktt-.'tieS of tiu
mado aii.j sei.l out I-
lite tt llii t!.e ie'.v to
f Hie -,,t-
ni in Ci 'ii
ii t and it is
' y ,i e hor.-e
r tin- u ai.'n
' - 1 will
: i ' e tt" a s
t Han il.
dby. K.'ht yf nr.
fi' j.n I'l.f-eterlicid
V.'i rih. where lie
del a iarge lewii..
of probubiy .-" 'U '
death . Mr. I ivh
;.k0 Jlr. Kf.-ms wpnt
e unty. S. t. to Port
Ofi- njil a store aud
-s, having a fortune
war i ,ne of the clerks
A I'KNSIVE ItETItMAT.
I-et him who loves to whorship nature
To finmo ilafiprrH'dnn. haul. 1a a atf-aam
time of his Anrt tcmh .h alnir,
-- i.i uh. , u iiriic,. a, uiei
Ami listen to the buey insects hum.
lotto Chronicle: fJeorce Williams U, log m read- the 8tream unfoldi,
Hornets" Nest iMlemen. cant-ht a tjich Pa8ainK bubble notes some pris !
1 1 yd . of
t r " -: n one
r in -r
a in ve
i n i j -i n y
i : -h i u r a
: ' .. ii-.-. Sur
ly have been
l-: r.t corapa
and shot Fvans In a r! illi -u Ity .
was f .rruerly a. clerk al Monroe
ol the Hornets Nest iMIemen. ca-aght
three l.,ii, ired pound turtle on the bank
"f thee .iind at Wrihtsviile Saturday.
The rec" ling tide had h ft the turtle on
dry l.,nd. Mr. Williams turned it on
its hack with a board. The turtle is the The saucy minners gather near .-n.1
pet of the camp. It will he brought to play.
i "hiirloite. Jiev. .nek Ilauehtou was Tl)eylide across, around in splecliJ
'' v irsoid. He had been preachine erace-
the i io-pel for a period of 4U years, not Bui should he pass I.U hind a -roes 1:
On which he roijjht intentlj- pore an age
And never dream the awetest thought '
oiny in l iiarlotte but in Salisbury, and
at other points in the South. He was
one of il. pioneers of the olored Bap
tist church in America.
Scotland Neck Democrat: 15y Mon
dav s mail we received three special
c -emu moat ions from Uingwood Klvmt;
mfori.i.aiion of the burning of Dr. ( ; I'..
Matthews' d welling on Saturday niht,
id'.h. Dr. Matthews lives near ICinu
ttool, and on Saturday nifc;!.t between
twelve and one o'clock, the family wt-ro
arou-it'd by the burning of the d welling.
It was too late to save anv of the fami
They vanish witli a lUsh of silv'ry
Beyond the stream the copper head se
cure Hehind the alder bushes nurses wrath,
AnainM him who presumes to cross his
X sui per, acting as of welcome sure.
The bull iron leaps and leaves n wiJ'
The terrapin ashamed slips from his
. : c i"
tt in kj f.jr Ins c
ii i.r.ine Sei.-.iCLd-: I'r, in the ture. the family barely escaping them- 1 be half-grown tadpoles lash the shal-
Seveu sprma net nun wire badly dam- selves. The fire was supposed to have low bog.
;. 1 l- the r. I ei.; i a ins, bin tSit-y are originated in tho cooking apartment. While up the stream the heron
coming on', i,,. I, - - We 1,'im that catching from the stovo. There wag no smooths his wing,
the c .in un.l t .. .'ia.;-.s in ll.e I'.ui'k- insurance, and the loss was between Tha n
le-berv -c. . a' rv , ' si i OH and S "00 Jibe stream flows on, the dreamer
.,. " - - - . " " N. . L ' dreams of peace,
1,v,:i ' l Daoy ,,rtua the 1'res- --.'ws and Observer: The State fire- His burning heart finds rent in broken
ui,ri..i. c.-iuic.'i ii .r,er,siig very 1 mens tournament which is to bo held lava
for the roof nere August loth am: lith is drawing He leaves the nrw.ro fr
Gf" V' teVA
-j ' 'Hv
TMT. I A. A I oi o ' i . M JUICE
r 'C. ( ' ' : . .
C : . - inn!
:; : i ' ,.!.,
" 1 l ' I I I'l.lll
' .. .able
.1 1 1 1 1 i 1 ! . , I , : -ma
nelltl'.' i ' t '. nMi-
I . 1 1 1 el. de-
H'lld-t;i-. I '
colli':: ''.ii .
KIDNEYS, Ll'iiirl AND BOiA'ELS.
being put on.
IS ,,i ti.e 1
liilis:., d t:.,- tt ,.; I.e an elegant
ai.-l an .. n. i... i. . ihe c.t v.
. a-Miiige ,u 1'rocr, Tvchoi i fever
- (ii.dent in cur tou-n.
o arc reputed. Is this
oy ttay by the digging of
II I together in
Girls and Young
A Boarding School for
Ladies. Fall Term opens Aug. 29th. For
Catalogue with full particulars address
JOSEPH KINSEY, Principal.
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Livery Stable.
and lO.oXK) persons wer
rendered homeles-s mid destitate.
Uohert Lincoln, l'. 3. Minister
to England, and Hnssell liarriaon,
Son of the President, have dined
with Queen Victoria at Windsor
Peck. I.kwis Swikt, of liochea
Ut, N. Y., discovered a new comet
on tii e morniDg of the 6th of. July.
It is not visible to the nakesl eye
bat ic ia supposed it soon will te.
THKKK are now five avowed while the
candidate for speaker of the House mere tricious mean- ! al l
of KpreoUtive. They are theilishv sheets win h re
Keed, McKinley, Cannon, Barrows them."-Norfolk irgm a".
and Henderson of Iowa. T1IH M. ioltk "I 1KI
IST Snnday Dr. Charles K. The New oi k Post is pre-
Deems closed the twenty thin! year its campaign ng.rns' ;
of bispaatorate in the church of the It believe : h r be.
' Strangers, New York, and complet- arouse tin- p. o; l, to an a:
ed bis fiftieth year in the ministry. i"K of the fallacies oi pr
' It is firmly believed that the tLe pres.-t.r. luri:; a
tlYMident will call the (ingress np;': !'""
extra session about the Part-V I're'ml.ce
, v v. minus are i nen (
Ml k Ol .1U.CU1 f LfUl. UU VUC CWCUIO
to have any idea what the Pre-si-'
dents message will be about.
.1. N. Tkatner, the spinningmill
man of Paterson .)., who offered
to furnish the machinery for a cot
ton factory in the Sonth, taking
his pay in stock in the factory, has
accepted an otTrr from Pock Hill
S. ( '.
'The daughters of ,Iu!:a.i Haw
throne are named Hildegirde,
1 1 wendolen , (i lad s, Beatrice, and
Imogen." That settles t. Mr.
H aw t hrone never wrote the A rt h nr
Richmond" letters with a'l those
1 ) i . 1 v
oil si V
date, the Democratic candidate,
and tw o Kc)ublican candidates, one
t he regular nominee of the party,
the other the choice of the negroes
Put, appearances are deceitlul,
and we veutnre the assertion that
before the canvass is ended there
11. W , f
belter be liflavul uui
l.ul Jsboro Arab
t j tt ;i . for d rain-
so that ork had
l.l the fail.
And r to I they come
When near, and all the liremen in the State
hurch are preparing to attend. There have
not usually been many spectators at the
asylum investigation, but the announce
ment that Col. Fuller would speak
jester lay morning brought out a large
attendance and proceedings had to be
adjourned from the chapel to the large
theatrical hall. ol. Puller's spef-ch
was prouounced a masterly eHort. His
comment upon Dr. Jlogtrs' Utter which
he took tip sentence by sentence was in
tensely interesting and pertinent.
Ualei2h Call: The funeral snrviees'of
the late Col. L. C. Jones were held l.o
this strife will
a.iin the encampment. It is an open
stcret tint us to location and 'high
priced rurr cund nigs the encampment
tins ear is real salislaclorv to the bias.
la- IcCiiti'cu u i;i a - jri aly b" changed Joneshr.ro yesterday, and were prc ba
tor next ear. I : i,o. u oy n j; .- bly witnessed by a larger crowd of j:eo-
Snow Hill I'ree-W Oil Ho.iin- D wh P' i'ian ever attenaea a luneral in
; iiurio uaroiina hetore.
feare 1 tl
excessive rains had
ihmw.ii!,,, ,-r.,n,,.n i.ei, tunil ,th,'anu ac o u a i n t a n ces of the deceased
will be but one Republican candi- section, but the snowers in the last few Kfn'leman. from all over the-State were
ciavs have been of considerable ad- . . "'"':' ruurspec.ai irains nr-
date in the held. Now,
I 1st l.
vantage, and the l i o;
are in lava , ; a fairer
Washington ( ia , tie
f am ii lar faces have bet
the colored people of t!
1 1 seems that a on .et L
s for seems to be the choice of the or
r is gani.ed Republicans of Virginia,
an and I.angston that of the negroes.
their However disgusted the colored
y such clamorous they may be for their makiDg
blister rights, however bitterly they may 8mnL I
sort to complain of the injustice of the
Harrison ,um inistration, tue iiy oi trie rew n.rne visit
.Mahone will muster them into his
'cts at present,
rived in Jonesboro during the morning.
all bringing hundreds of admirers of
the deceased gentleman who desired to
lie wanes to learn
Till at the gate of dread eternity .
We shall be callous to besetting sin.
Our boats securely anchored then
By heaven, i ,u in tessence of felicity!
( 0 IT. I IK KATE VK1 Kit ANN I
CALL t i ,H A CORRECT LIST I 'I- M HTII I Alii l
I.I V. TROdl's.
n r I
Camp Latimeb, N. C S (J.,
WiiTuiiTiVl : I.E, N. '., July 12. Vj.
At a meeting of the Confedate Veter- I
ans, assembled as above, the following
preamble and resolutions er unani-'
Wiikkeas, It is the opinion of all who ,
have examined the present socalled Ko- I
ters of North Carolina Troops, that it is I
I. !- ' '
u,.l;oii:' ' .
C A I.I K)K M:
i . i iny . . , . . . . " i inacuraie. incom oiB ami m ,aioua ,nr. tn
' : nav n m nfl aur nrwaih dcopihhTtr.hnifl i ' v. -r. -, z l "
-ru; ::::r:i v"7v. i such an extent that it fails of its nur-: nriin hmHHAy-fevfd
- - - - - -
-al a.nong of respect. The starting points of the ! .ex e l"8 " 8"', 118 Pur"
wii of late, trains were Wilmington. Favetteville. PS en Vrely aD(1' a'"-'K the ,mPor-
people of Virginia may be, however uu" ,s U1I1U r-' D auvisea
i here iija to
W i lining ton Mea-engcr
reporter talked last ni,;h;
be a rustless
A Meacnger .
with several i
and they all
Kutherfordton and Raleigh. About one
huD Ired and sixty people wero in at
tendance from this city.
Jinl-e .McAllister Takes the Vhole
ASiiviLLE. July U The American
eI,r. ssprf t'.piniiilv, j u .: earr-,.1 ,e n tt tOmOfrOW Will DUbllSh the follnroinff
rosr. oiaiione wi.i musier mem lino n.s .,:,,,,.,,, rr " "1. .Vi: :,"." rrd frnm Mr.Aiif, nr
r li.initi i " j ti i n uuiiui, i.i'.' liauua w ' -
in-' on uaiLaiions.anu ou me uay oi tMt-L-uuu of in . s . i . j . u-jva. Tiuv were CUIC ourc, wnose aecision Bet John L
" f j i
Fine Honei and Males iIwjvi on ban
disposed of on easy terms.
I dt oo hand aotaber oi" Y :' IVa-v
Jso tmaed Saddle Horses for Nr.h l-id .-s :
road Street, New Berne.
v . .1
I light .
A s e i r i
I a , I , oil
ca i ulai
;.. i r -
I I I, t s
VAN WINKLE GIN V MACHINERY CO..
COTTON GINS. PKHSSl-S.
FEEDERS rJ. CON DEN SERS.
TlseVai Winkls Cotton Gin Michinerf
" Bs 1..- i st i' T'-
gi r 1 s t easi n g him.
in New Mrii.o
h l'i l-eli In lied
M e '.cans to tt T k
VCU'. the ado; 1, ,;
W ll oh will d e ; .f a i
or pro. .l.ge.s
M U. KliW K. a A il; IH ! L.tV
ing res;gnel t he si i ti r-1, ; p i - f tie
I'hirieston W iirld has purchased
the liurham Tobacco Plant which
he will change to a morning paper
w,;h press dispatches. It Will b'
known as the liurham Daily (ilohe.
TiIK Duke of Wellington ns,-d
tostv tl.it he attributed his suc
cess, in vniie measure, to alwas
being i ijaarter of an hom earlier
than he wa eijvectei) and that the
w.e i nr-e in action is to attack
vonr enemy at the inomeii' he ;
prej'ari eg to a! tack ou
1 '. Km K l in .in be a ' o w and
;m:n'ereting town, Put '.' ''', bu.ld
:og permit , : nv olving a cost of
i i '.".. 7 ii, haw been i t . 1 for
the first six months,. I tins vear to
J.117. at 7 f. I 'f the sauie,
This is exactly
by t he .I"'"i:n :
extract from t he
July 1 1 i!i, is a'.ii
gnage used by ; :
to diver' ,n
anot her m i
ever guise n
tion and .a:
We to,.l. .
to ,-all t lie .1
dent of our
1 lemocra: o
o I k c e p 1 I
a' t ir. . la
a g r : c 1 1 1 . r . 1
th- d ... :
arc 1 .;
N ca .-:..c
up oi : :. -gov
ei;,:;., :. '
ti r. . t - : i
111 e li t - .
Tile i."' -
a poor t ine
lit:.' il ! h- or
in h ich .
man t hat la
when i ' :- .
s 1 1" e i , g ' 1 1 '
at' em ; '
W he I: 'In re
poll!;.'. a -e.l
ire re la a !.
s' or in iog'i'
II. '.Ill 1.. e .11
rn' ect ion .
tec tion is
.I'd appeal to
and few ti. en's
n t o I'oTi o ; ion ' '
ii- po--i: ,,.ii t alien
I :i ' I.,- following
the Republican cohorts will move ciPec
1 1 r o a
n v : i iv
tt h i
1 1 11
in solid plalanx.
For this reasoD, if for no other,
we regret that the Prohibitionists
of Virginia have entered the lield
with a full ticket for State oflicers.
Pevoinl all dispute, Prohibitionists
as a general thing, are men of high
moral principle lighting for a cause
which they believe to be tue c uise
ol God .irid humanity, and to its
success they ill bend all their
energies. Pointing to pa-.t defeat
do, a no' d.seourage them. .Secure
in ; he coiise'.ou-aie.ss cf their integ
rity and the i ightcoTisiK'Ss of their
c.ri-e, they move iigh: on to the
aeoouipli.-uicn id their object. It
is i , aso n able ! suppose t hat a large
inanity ol the Prohibitioiiats of
".rgiu:i are -1 e ii'crson i a n 1), :no
,'T.ia. ttiio. in the absence of Iho
hib'.tioti candidates, would vote the
I b-iiioerat io t icket. It is lor this
rea-o:i lli i' we regret the action ol
the P r i i 1 1 In; ion party of Virgti :a.
i',.e : wo great p irtleS .lr
t". i :. , b. dan. meed in Virgi;.
a 'e". ; ..ii'i- i'i'l votes taken
! i. :u -r : ' :c n ir t v a in I g :
' he 1 ' a '. . o. ; io:a t s w .aid ; I .,',
g . , : i.e S ate to the Kepu''!.
M n o h i- been sa;d atol v i
ig i :a: M ihoiie. bnt that ne
it ii'y. industrious dai ; n g atol
leader a not to be denied. I L
muster under his banner everv
public. in in Virginia.
The .1 1 r i; ,a r. is , friend ol
temperance and will advocate it on
all proper occasions, but we cannot
withold the expression ot regret
that t l.e J'ri'hib'.tionists ed Virginia
have eTiten ,1 the lists at a time
when success is impossible, and
when, too. the defeat of the Demo
crat .e part would be a disaster to
the elegant Sullivan at liberty last Thursday:
( ireensb th N irt':. blab : . i my of the
Wrigbtsviile i i b a - ar . wcud ing their
way homettiir i. p is amusing to see
what a diii .-reeee ihere is in the manner
ef tntimating the beauties uf the re
sort. One man will say he had a de
lightful time, anil another will say that
he was driven away by heat, sail i ilit-s
Winston Daily It a'omt that this sec
tion abounds in curiosities
tance ot having a correct roster pub
lished without further delay, belieting
that it can be done with a greater degree
or accuracy while those who engaged
in that struggle are living; therefore
Resolved, That a committee of three
be appointed by the commander of this
body to memorialize the next General
Assembly, to be held in the State of
North-Carolina, urging upon them the
necessity and importance of having
prepared a correct roster of Ihe North
Carolina troops engaged in the late war
between the States.
In accordance with the requirements
of the resolution, I have appointed the
following named gentlemen as the com
mute to memorialize the Legislature:
General Robert B. Vance, Asheville,
Col. William L. Saunders. Raleieh:
;l!v v ell i
l desire to state to tne public that in
delivering my judgment in the case of
John L. Sullivan I did not mention the
name of Governor Robert L. Taylor,
nor did I ever refer to the practice of
the Executive Department of the State
of Tennessee in refusing to extradite
for misdemeanor. T hftqprl mv -itirlo.-
ment wholly upon my own construction ; Capt. William R. Bond, Soctland Neck,
of the Constitution of the United States i W. L. DrRosset,
and the statutes of Tennessee. Commander.
The reports of the press, so far as'
the v At tpmnt to d i vi d e the resnonRihi lit v I rnNcrirnriAi, -, ...
- j 1 f - - J . . J - , , . MJ
1 t'-terday nf mr iuHirmonl hutnraan nuraal onI . , i . .. ,
Mr lohn ; X onn-r i -h, i.,tn n,,r T 7, An oiu puyBician, retirea irom practice
.ur. joun u. loun troant into our thai nromnr -,f ,i,u ,111 : t j , , , . , . . ' ..
olhce a Jove colored crow, w hich he without foundation.
says was kd.'ei from a d.jck of black if there was any error or wrong in
crows a few miles from this plao. This the diseharge of John L. Sullivan I de
ls the 1 1 l.-t dove colore 1 crow we have m th twmlo nf TrnA t.n fcnnw T
assume the whole responsibility. Gov-
A c-iHsr Mr James ernor Taylor was not in the city of
Jan. pin.: b aa killed a Nashville at the time. I discharged
A purl I . ' I is :i i . , I 1 . , 1 ,
1 agri'i'iiM. 1 1 . , , ,
mall . nu isi . r.-a ,
ill Warien sii, fi. .Ni i "i
' lemirll and
't 1,-1' I hi; liy
I in I HKKH,
. fl 1 1 1 ' il w ly
Wi lit) u.;L . n
llewctt. I, ear
Coacii whip si,:
tt as s I X f. , : !
oi c . rc u :, 1 f. :
.-1. a ke s 1. 1 1 y w .
t :a ;ord f a.. ;
- "-a'-'it :ay w hich John L. Sullivan becauss there was no
i a:. i.t ri.' inches requisition from the Governor of Mis-
hi.- a the first sissippi nor any warrants of extradition
hc.-n called upon from the Governor of Tennessee. The
1 was a monster question of extradition for misdemean-
1 ii,'' iry is all ors cut no figure whatever in my judg
m l r.
Wn.aiAM K. Ml Alistep., Judfe.
day J. 11 a.
brought t )
char i'.'I r i
th'j "V" tt
1 a : a i :,;-:. a 1 1 u a -.
1 oi 1 . f 1 'rio-A an county
r , :': a h, i;'.i eg- with a
' a'" marked in elevated
,,!, tlic .-hell. Ho thought
unmistakably for us, but
back when he wa invited
' a p
a : . s .
; t e 11
an 1 :
lo r 1
' en ; 1 uncut
l .tO e
'. i . IT:
.r.t a ;
I ic is
Loviry and the Fighters.
J a . KSo.N , Miss. , July 13. Gov, Lo wry
still expresses his determination to have
Sullivan and Kiirain arrested, unless
they so out of the United States.
Proceedings will also be begun im
mediately against Charles Rich, on
whose pioperty the tight took place.
KITXl'ATKP K sCKRENDERS.
J .. K:' 'X, 311SS.. July 10. jonnruz
Patrick of New Orleans, referee in
night, lie went
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, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Lung
Affections, also a positive and radical cure
for .Nervous Debility and all Nervous 1
Complaints, after having tested its won i
derful curative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive aDd a desire to relieve human suf
fering. 1 will send free of charge, to all
who desire it, this recipe in (ierman,
French or English, with lull directions for
preparing and using. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp. Darning this paper,
W. A. Noyes, M'J Tower's Block, Roches
ter, N. Y. novl wly
TH la PI. A f
BUY GOODS LOW,
ROBERTS & BRQ.
We keep conM.o lit 111 Mock
Boots and Mtoes.
Don't fail to give us h trial when is
need of nn thing in 0111 line
ROHP.KT.H A PRO.
First Shipment of
waived and Mr. Fitzpatrick gave bond
in the sum of si. 000 to appear at Pur-
a , e 1 :
national e,w. mi
n a :
I :.' S '. . el p J-
.: .; -. r number
i 1 this crop
. .- cotton
ac, d tv the
; ly. tt hile
,:. ij Tt-M,rted
ar.o Tae lott
ed ,-ut Ly the
oar this week.
ariiJin ; a a a o !'..;. t: liiey say
: 1 .'a s . mos pin 'a ,111 1 r- ni l : '. . c s abound
at ti, e t la ,, in pn. .. li'. . an 1 are eources of
great w,.,.-ry to the s .Id 1 ,-r h c)S. Try
M-n load m 51 ear A committee
of the You::,- Mill's Christian Associa
tion, t 1 wii'iru tie' matter was referred,
has after pravurful c ::-i it ration de
cide 1 lo !. 1 1 pr.'tr.i'U.sl s- rvi.-es in the
rouxs of th a-- "baii ,:i fr 01 the lirst
Sunday 111 A::;;!-:.
W 1 1 .11 1 v g: 11 Mar : 'I'.e ti .veiling of
Mr. J. If lf'tn-u r. , n fourth betwe-in
Uladen and 11 irn-T. -ireels. was entered
by a b ar.-lar 1 isi S iiurday night, who van 's representative the stakes as soon
r'.b! ed Mr. N . 1). (.'a-ieen. a boarder, of as he receives a formal statement from
about s'J a ;u 11., ray. Mr .Casteen was Referee Fitzpatrick that Sullivan won
in bed asleep. His clothing was found the tight.
in tho back yard Sunday morning.
The same i.;,:ht the house of Mr. Joseph
C. H. Fowler has proven beyond a
doubt that the cultivated grapes, espe
cially orchard and red top are a suc
cess. Mr. S. B. Lane, had the misfortune of
. ' ! having a mule bitten bv a rattle snake.
lne r 1 o ; , . u .
light, arrived last "-i"
to the Governor's, of- ; C0TerV-
tice this morning and informed the 1 Alonza Johnson, eon ol tienjamin
Governor that he had come to answer j Johnson at Smith's crek, was bitten by
. . . . . . 1 i.U ,. . V, . . 1 I.
any charges there might be lodgea ; t-ur"""1" mmo bub u
Boaimi him for alleged violation of the me Join insn.
la wg of Mississippi. Preliminaries were
V. P. BU'L.thS & 00.,
COMMISSION M;1!lI HANT8,
AKD GRAIN DEALERS,
Mahkc.t I), it I..
N I ; v 1 1 1 ; i ; s s . . . t '
(.'tiTisien nu . -1 r pr. 1, e
'n .1 a
GEORGE &LLEH t GO
vis, ilxrion oounty, on inurstiay tne ; loaa or nricK irom tneir dtick yara at i
ISth. This bond was promptly signed 1 Goose Creek island, where they Bra j
by citizens of this place. ' manufacturing an excellent quality of
He has suffered consld- '
erable and will probably recover. Greiiertll ilivTi'. x T6
Mr. Dudly, of the firm of Young and 1
Dudley, was in town on thePith with a I Acrrlcu 1 tti nil 1 10 pi. 1 . . 11 t .
llovs, llariowM, ' no 1 oiiir,
JIoch hikI A
HEADY TO PAY Till: MjNEY.
Nrw Yukk. July 15. Today is the 1 The wet weather just passed did lots
time set for paying over to the victor of injury to all crops, especially cotton
the recent fight. -the S3. 000 stake money, which was injured by the water. Work
and to hand him the Richard K. Fox ' being expended so long that it was over
champion belt. ' run with grass, and the grass still holds
Al C. Ridge, the stake holder, stands j a footing. Truly the farmers have a
ready to deliver over to John I,. Sulh- i hard time.
v.dent! v some
Til f il l 5.1 iii Ui:i mrf Ci
-X 1 I A N 1 A . 1
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 UNQUESTIONABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It iJ brewed from the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Malt and Laazer Hops, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NU
v es there.
I' 11 k President evidently ha fp.v
en up all idea of ling a candidate
f. r re-election. No man with a
rain of pulitical sense desir,n re
election, no matter what his incli
nations mitfht li. would outrage all
de.t'iicy in his appointments to
public otb.ee .s Mr. Harrison has
done. Kansas 1 1 v Times.
H' k .1 1 ' K A. Fa 1. 1 K , ol" S ist'on
s.u, sarcitis (ieneral Joseph 11
Johnston as Federal commissioner
of Railways. The Washington i;je friem
Corespondent of Ihe New ork 1'ost ,-iallv an
sivs: Iteneral Johnston has con
tluctl the ciiice on a hig'h plane,
but he his not been able to bring
sutliceot energy to the administra
tion ot the oftiiv, which could hard
!v Ik? expsM'tetl in a man past 7"
other po.i ia.. ,
lac t s a' 10 :i " e 1 t .
are desired b 1 t
is also preparole
the work that is
reform, w hp-h h :
and maps a;, 1 a
of the discusa oi
the last c 1:;.; a
grow ' h e : 'a: a1 r
The s. o
ed in tie'
1 1 a r ' s
aie 'a , , : .
1 et u r ::.-.
sold it for "r-'A'uo. That beats crea
tion and takes the cake. He made
a crop of corn, wheat, roots, iStc,
and a good one, in addition. Now
U is true, and
;s of great credit to "orth Carolina
as well as to old historic Granville.
Spn-ad the news. Wilmington
Farrow, on Wot -'. r between Six and
s-.atiilh. was rota. I of - 7 7
i . .: . .: : T. b ,cc I'. ana 7":. i : a of
wiping ,' u; Tl.,1 a lac 1 . ! ', , i, . . :: e f
DurhamV landmarks, is a - c:r - t f re
gret :o seme of ' ur cilia n- w i: hAve
become attached to th- nam-. lb-v.
W. I!. Oliver, the talented young pastor
today to spend
1 . s writer has afrain and again
a I : 1, C (iianviile county can beat
;u line touaceo ana in
We wish to give one
Mr. Hagan Crews paid
lor a bov. He and the
ma, lr a rrnn of tobacco and gelic.d vo:k. iiistir
in tne eastern par. ci 111c -pects
to be a! .-, ia. until :
News and ' 0 , r
broken y e-a-r I ,y ,n ).-n;::g
factory site, to -arry 011
illow jealousy to deter you f -r the gra din 4
... . . , .if.l'll VMIIIIII
roui cujv lug in is
of the Black well Baptist church, left it against all comers
A Serious Mistake.
To ' clean out" the bowels by strong
1 purgative medicines, that weaken them.
1 'o. - 0 iN'DinoNs. is a grave mistake. lake those reli-
The Police Gazette, however, is not 1 abIe little sugar-coated "Pleasant Pur
ready to hand over the belt. William ' gative Pellets, " prepared by Dr. R. V.
E. Harding, of the Police Gazette, in- Pierce. They are mild, but prompt in
formed a Cnited Press reporter today relieving constipation, sick headache,
that Sullivan would not be allowed to bilious attacks, pain in region of kid
take the belt until he had deposited neys, torpid liver, and in restoring a
si Ob ft with Kiehard K. fox as a securitv , neauny, natural acnon 10 toe Biomacn
for tho safe-keeping of tho belt, and I and bowels
also as a guarantee that he w ill defend ; let ' a dose.
25 cts. a vial. One "Pel-
veral weeks in evan-
lforts v. ill be
-: a. c. He ex
Si ; f. rod er or
KILIIAIN PASSES PITT.-r.UIiti .
riTTsiiuiio. Pa., July la. Jake Kit
I."ttis is p-a ..i.g r.gh:
executing 1 ' tt ,,: k ;
Wynne 1- ta.sa.g in the
the same. A c 'a.-U m
nationul r, pa: a: n was
the So ut h
port an ce
In r po-: ' :
t 1 a'l si- '
all 1 I l.-Se-
i "T :
e , c s 1 -tar.ib
I t s , u
1 is', night
Tt) hltfb rpa:tTon -:.'
.Oil PA NY s dje .0 t..e !A.
MATERIALS at us.l :d
tr e2rciwU daring ::.s 2jr.i
i.i.Nr. i: KNGilL
" 1 Si's! AND UK ST
: SK 1 1.1. and CAKE
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
years of age."
1 r i, mterestiug tiut not astou
i.ihmg to se how unanimous the
desire is growing to have a magni
ficent World's Fair m this country
in Its'.'-'. We say country .nstead
ol'citv, becanse it is lar from true
that the entire press is urgmg the
desirability of holding the celebra
t.on 111 New York snob oneness
of feeling upon that particnlar
nnetion conld Dot be ettpertecl.
New York Journal.
.I u',. an Haw
a card . :i tt i. .,
had IH''.!: n-
He a.--1 r - : : . 1
ten one or in
(Mlol.tii'i! t :. C
ted to n-e b
Scarlet ic ' :
t he nios '. -':.!.
.th 'he :: an . e
r:,e ha- :
in- .- 1 -
' e e r . 1
I V ,
w I : ' -
ei, 1 oi,.y on
i, ell 1 on ', t-
.-' .1 1 ein.u 11
r o 01 nected
The Chronicle has great respect
for .Mr. Whitney, anil it does not
assert that Mr. Cleveland will be
the nominee in ls'J-1. But 11 does
protest against any combination
attempting to force a candidate on
the party ahead of time. Wait till
istej, and let the party, through its
delegates, give an untrammeled
expression ol its choice. Charlotte
1 i- in a-
Republicans are howling and
saying that Democrats are trying
to stval the new States. It is
nothing new for men who steal to
lay it on somebody else. A party
that succeeded in stealing the pres
idency aie certainly able to gobble
up three or four States. Go in.
gentlemen, while your hand is in.
on in g t
A- hevalc L it!,
the Wi -:cr;i N
' jnv era . :: w :!i
tist ckur of il
forna. a: 1 I,
,ui:- i-f "i.a-ci-n
'ii 11. . - is tt :
i' '' o oi::','
and th . ray L
Co! i -L-.-r.. M
ed l y a g ia'. n
quest . ur 1 x n
date, th.- J...v .
the year, w :
held 1:1 I I reel.-b
of the N. C. R. 1
the board of ,i
the time tt io n
eheted ro lb"
an 1 :.:. bar wi.i
: e tt .'. 1 I e E- d. lav
!U the fact .ry to w
r u 1. 1 v as
n tin- c at on
. 1- l be c-j ai
iil.i a 1 I., ve in
n ! 'i i a-.surer
c ish to p iy fur
.U architect of
I Tii C lO
That Made It Plain.
"Say !"' he began, as he halted a
rain, the defeated pugilist, accompanied pedestrian on Michigan avenue,
by his trainer, Mike Donovan, passed j "I'm stuck ou a point in history.
through the city on the Pennsylvania Why did Wasilington cross the
'He never did."
Wootl'H Mower. ; i- iir.
CottOll iilis e.ail CiriM-n,
Fertilisers. I .ami I I - 1 e 1 , li mult
Mechanics Tool- iind llaiilware,
Lime, Itriek, i esnen:. I'laMer
Hair, I'nint, K :il -o mi i 01, Var
nlsh, Oil, ;ias-i, full', ami llnlr.
Freezers, li 'lit,-' ;itor, Oil
Cook Stoves, I 'm-(in Itorgdur
Proof Sash Ian l.s, iv.a rimlMl to
gflv secnrily and t. iiel:,eil.ui.
I'ltlCI'.S I H i I tr
i !; . i , i . v .
1862. E&VOH 1888.
HAS A riM : ii" K .r
Watches, Clocks. Jewelry
AND PLATLD WARE-
: h t
: 1 1
next s-ion t f
the ,r-t Bap
11 V.. 1 1 need ay .
-;. 1 . p ji ice
lue u ro
d of the
y to re
io.ii . and
am w as
. c t i --ii of
i road at
,1 j ii,i
Kaiiroad limited train this morning.
Their stateroom was reached, but they
,11 1 f nm.fljr fr.r hraubfnal Q n A
seemed fearful of their presence be- "Didn't he? Wh.T, h , story sav s . l & ZJ Speetacle.
coming known. No reporter was able he did.' , , , , 1 than any other store ... N'. ..th Carolina-
insecure an interview. "No it don't. It Speaks of Lord ' , take partiru.ir j.uns t,, 1 1 Hie.n to tb
- Cornwallis crossing the HudsoH." eyea of parties nee, bn,- ih. m.
1 ne wi.itn rrai.o b. u. b "Ah! So it does so it does. I - -
The sufferinc of women certainly oil i.,it- n Tl.ot moVon ir Having worked nl, a bis at the ben oh
ti.-, i.i, i,ii-ieva n . t i. u iu a
awakens the sympathy of every true , ; Curious llOW a 'or over thirty y.-.-.r-. I
philanthropist. I heir best friend , bow- 1 as good w ork n any a at
ever is B. B. B. Botanic Blood Balm). , w in gci i nine 0.1 u turao state.
H. L. Cassidy, Kennesaw, Ga., writes: things now and then. I'll try and , COME AND SKK MK.
Three bottles ot B. B. B. cured my remember that much obliged:' ' ' HAM. K. RATON,
wife of scrofula. "' . 1 M iti d In street.
Mr;. R. M. Laws. Xilaba. fla , writes: iu ppi iKSS and contkntmesit j Opposite Baptist Church. f"12 dwtf
"I have never used anything to equal Cannot go baud in hand if we look on the
li. 15. 1 1
I leve I can do
binaber in the
J. B. CKABTRKE.
dark side of every little obstacle. Nothing
will so darken life and make it a burden
as Dyspepsia. Ackker's Dyspepsia Tablets ' THTTTT TT fT? A T.TT! F.F OJ CO
will cure the worst form of Dyspepsia, I J U 1 i..LiI- OH
Constipation and Indigestion, and make
life a happinsss anil pleasu e. Sold at V?."i
cents by K. f.srry. New tlerne,
" Moniifnrlnriirrt sml ll.filrTin
great 'packmg house iu Chicago . ENGIHES AND MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES
Ceo. 1 .
on an average to
1 1 iv is at
A Gov. Men .h,
1.. -1 1 '1 a .- 1 11 11 1
l.i -' st i.CU li
a. : v. 11 at ti,
a of r .. 1 r
: 7 i.f :::.:ili.iii has
I .. si . tie i ! . at Harwell
and killed by W. J.
nil, Texas, last Th.uts-
Mrs. C. H. 1 lay. Rocky Mount, N. C.
writes "N'.t a day for 15 years was I
fice from headache B. B. B. entirely
relieved me. I feel like another person."
James . Lancaster, ttawkinsvnie, and ;u
1 la. . writes : ' 'My wife was in bad health X C.
tor eight years. lve aoccors anu many
patent medicines had done her no good.
Six bottles nf B. B. B. cured her."
Miss S. Tomlinson. Atlanta, Ga. says:
"for years I suffered with rheumatism
caused by k idney trouble and indiges
tion: I ab-o was feeble and nervous.
B. H. B relieved me at once, although
several ether medicines had failed. "
l.'ev. ,!. M. Richardson. Clarkston.
Ark . wsi .-.-: "Mr wife suffered twelve Rheum, Fever Sores, letter, Chapped
veins with rheumatism and female Hands, Chilblains, Coma, and all Skin
c imOaint. A la 1 v member of my ' Eruptions, and positively' ourea pile
ci.iirt h ha 1 be m t "ired by B. B. B. She or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
persuaded my wife to try it. who now give perfect satisfaction, or money re-
sa s there is nothing Iikc B. B. B .as it funded, frioe 3SD cents per box. for we icive BatiHfii
ouicklv ,;ave h.er relief ."' sale bv R. N. Duffy jan 17 ' Join bv tu.
Founders and Machinists
Bulldfir of Ktiitllioa llollcra,
Saw Mills, Killnu A. (10 efl tlii klaw,
Hucltlen'a arnica itelv.
Thk Best Salve in the world for
Outs, Bruises, Sores, Uloers, Salt
with prom ptneHH.
Part 1rn lar and li
10 re pa I , a or all la 1 . a h
We will !. Klatl I" V .
for any iIphci liait'i, ' a
j We an' the kio. ts f.
I loan Haw. AIboIio i. .
brated IndeKlrun ; 1. ,
ikii ef a-l 1 kinds
U t -!, tl II. U.
, . ' 'he A mer
a. t, r all worl
iw'iilw w 1 1
' ..' !
, .-yt ,i- ;fc Tvfc - ejf , '-I 'a
': ' 4 ' 7 7a '"..'i't.'"- , .