iWOL. X I I .
NDKPKNDENT IN ALL Till
NEW KERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. A! d( ST 1,
1 1 j
i iiiniiu ii. t,.
: r, cr.u! n jj their
i . c I o ton ,
.i" ; 1 rents a
en cap! ured in
(Ink of oar Sunday school teach
ers on a recent, occasion told her
pupils that when they put their
he people of the Tnited States
A Uocttir'-. i ,
I K l;c
1 1 :c-
iii Three Conn-
NOKTII CAROLINA SEWS.
are not ouly attached to the ( ou-
Kmi, 'I: J..:
Li tin of i h, , k-
pnnicfi iQ the contribution box she atitution and the I uion. but they this cuy, w ni:
wnnted each one to repeat n Hible are constantly looking forward Warrt I1- w "
vprxe suitable lor the occasion, to higher attainments, grander pracucu -1
The rirst tvov drop)ed in a cent say- achievements and broader empire. U in an auioLi
..-r, . , " . , ..v v -r .... ;,;., ful an'i -"UCC.-h.
10: "ill!' LrtiTU loveui a cueeiiui r cui colli luuu u iro aicuow pui- owuvori;
The next Ihi dropped Ins tiugotl their territorial garments mation uf
From the State Papers.
The State Fruit Fair will be held at
dog. Her father, a atrrrj mm. heM
her with her arms pinione,! un'it t In-,
during the last three or four agomp I
hours of her life, until her limb- n
laxed and he knew that she was riiai.
t 111 till! II til. I 1 ll Til -1 ' " t- r
.tf..a Ti X mi'Ml V I i r ) im W4t cacti
IH I"" - ' " "
. 1 fc . n IUI.U. l.r.tlr. Kata.
! juLJUIL tSECHAM-3 0 RHUPT OF PRICE 25 CEWTS A
He that and putting on the robes of inde
to the pendent States. The conventions
in the two )akotas, Montana
and Washington present anew to
the nation and to the world the
, v ,
5,000 Lbs. of Wool.
W wit! bj your Wol mi pi c -: ' "
Mf U foe )OH to the filfc'fj r-J sv - - i r- . :. ' '
FU-mU, PuUilWi, l'aiT7 r."i". "
W k a fall :-a- of Mmf,'- f Tt-ot- (i .. 1. - 1 -":- " :
04 oar wol. Fr prticlar mforantion 'u: -.. re rfr w:
I J ' ' J I. 4 4 I
M Wt eKftr-e no -oumnmoo ..- r-.!p jour w . rii
Sin of the .'ra'ed Tear! Shirt.
eup.u cnt into the box, saving: '
giveth to the pojr lendeth
now eighty Iord." The third and the youngest
: his (Hirer (oy dropped tn pen:, v samj; "A
: u: v noble- fool and hi monev are soon part
lr Beemn to us he etici able
Donald Ct. Mitchell might have of a soverign people, by ita chosen
chosen a more fitting suhject for his delegates, organizing for adtuis-
oummer address at Chautauqua ' '"to the Uqion.
than ''(Jueeu Kiiabeth and Some The acjuisaWn ot Canada is
Ornament of Her Court.' (Juecn commanding the attention of stateB
Klizalth was, no doubt, a gallus men to a degree unknown before,
old maid, but oue can't think in England is rapidly approaofa-
thee davs of thoe dreadful collars ing the period when she will de-
lessor, a ur
)u r ,,f the 1 .
t raribf , ,rm at i,
the shores -t
der8 of the r
abov u i a the
iiie bv a lad v of
), llr..-I,,r K,f a arH VV mStOQ AUCUSt 21 KDd 22.
or.m (ieneral of Goldsboro Argus: It is very grvtify- . c,Jathn"1 Record: This comm.in.tv
i- war, now a ing to us all to know that our esteemed i a 8 b!e. deepIy Kr,eve( t the death of
,l v,v city ,.f Paris, townsman, Hon. W. T. Dortch, i rapid- ; ae of.,u,t teemed members Mrn
.nj ,,i -u vcrj event- ly gaining his wonted health ;nd Ren-a ltolt. the w,fe of 8. M. Holt
il life. It i. in his strength. ; tsq the popular and eflicient elork of
hiftorv of the rranafnr- tt u n . our Superior court. Home time lnt
a try uoctor into" D7o- , P.nt Enterprise: Dr Brown month a party of about twenty -live
u.itri uoLto. into a pro- dressed the wounds of a little boy, i vm, l.H .L i n, ,..,.,. u
ud uneva- Wednesday, who was badly bitten bv a v.a mi;ut ' ....
OC. A f tr WA ana n n va a r aam nr t am . i i - , . ...
o r - an, a I hydrophobia somebody will want to ejgh. Since that time nearly every one
', .t,uU the bor tnowfwhwe don't tax the dogs, there- 0f the party has Deen danKeVousIv m, k
, JiL. tne Dor- Dv eat rid of tha worth loon nin , j . , . . . - .
of ' ' vvuu lever, ana tnree nave uie,i. it ih
Fay ettville Observer: The Cape Fear thought that the disease was c:iu-fd l y
rJinninff flttnrir ta ffAina, rink, flhaorl o n A Itiai. . I r .' , . . ; r. . . .
ressive process of State making talent, ereat induslr'v ; i. 1 at an earlv : is .determined 40 8U0ceed- Tbe first , from an unused well that wa
Cong in t hid world'
t de l m New
, . !, deatli rate be
.i thousand in an
; u'. ition of 1 ,r73,(Vi,).
; 'l K on August 10 will
new Suspension Bridge
,i j.ikki wager. It is
; n, one will inter
she used to wear without feeling
mand it as essential
to her pros
Even now an
eumniv. She might do verv well perity and security
for winter, but in such weather as imaginary line separates them, and
u k i ; : h a 8 w 1 1 h in its
i: ill armv c f millionaires,
gentlemen vie with each
promoting the great ei-
this a wood cut of her would lift a
thermometer oil its hook.- Wa.h
1 II K (.K1SSOM ( ASK
The . I v K N A I . has siiflicientl v
.. , i
KINSTON, N. (J.
A lot of Mason's Fruit Jars just received.
ileigh Chronicle men-
t. oiied the stngnlar lart tnat
pros.-, "King .1 . V. Thompson and
the prosecuted lr Griasom ax : 8ay8 :
Mas'.-rs of the two Mamic Lodge ' uve buppo.-o that Dr, (irissom
n Mi.it c:' . Very curiocB. will hold bis place until the Legis-
r . . latere meets in January, lstn.
ol the I'ej.ublic. Canada
way made a political issue. is in itself an empire. Kich in
A leading Democratic journal, commercial wealth, and uusur-
conducted m the most catholic passed m the fertility of its soil,
spirit and edited by gentlemen for anil the abundance of merchant-
whom we have the highest regard, able lumber, Us acquisition will
or,'in. I ii en .1 mo c t a , o IllFP hud nn n ,1 si n ,, ,,, U,,rr,(w ku muuoauu ottuo wan re- , ui uib picnic. J Putixcni.-i
ov -rvvv..v o .- y 'C6ivedlaitwpslrfnrt.hiasa.nnn'. onnH. , n.Hlou tna-r.kir, ,,r;,0 ,U I. .1, ....
ttion doi comin.,,! to tins country, out is , i. : ' "-
now one of the d i-t inu i3hed mod ical ; an the e,xpert 18 00 the ft'ound for en-i ! regard toa htrange iliwa t!. ,t
men of Europe. Ho H a line writer , PerDtending the canning of the various killed two horses of a neighbor : : :
his stylo w forcible, clear and ev-eed- frult9 atld ve8etables. .David Mrltane, lost two honos. v.b. !.
inKly graceful, livery incident of his "Wilmington Star: A special dispatch died in on hour ..r ea-n (U..t. '! 1 v
eventful life is wrll told he carriLS the to the Star from Raleigh say s the eiecu- were 0P''" nd riht u h. r,
reader aloni: w ith him. and no interest- tive committee of the State Ineane Asy- swallow enter the mumach it
ing is he that one can almost see with lurn met yesterday and elected Wm. R. swollen. They never compUuie.i on- , I
his cyiis and hear with his cars. As a Crawford, Jr., of Raleigh, steward, and 1 Sunday afternoon, and did not m :
fairspecimen of hiu graceful style of Weldon T. Smith of Raleigh secretary 1 suffer much, but lost all use ,,f then,
writing I copy what he says in one of the board. There were twenty-four selves. Is there any horse doctor m t
place of Senator Vance. I think your applicants for the position of steward. count rv nn tel I what ailed t he I, or. .
readers will be pleased with it. as Raleigh Call: Some of the prisoners
every body iikes Senator Vance ami ap- in the county jail are very impertinent . A (.'real Letit
preciatoe his groat abilities. and defiant. Some chisels and files : ve t V u,,. Htiuiver-eirv of . v.,
Jonathan IIau n-. were found in the cells yesterday, come and go without th hiinht.-t
........ whereupon some of the inmates said j ognition or manifestation of ,-,,.., ,
. LL3L LU.N 1.;. ANCE. that the white folks were getting .Sunday the twenty-lim r,., ,
In my judgment no nobler man than mi8hty ''b!Uy" t0 001136 into their , was the twenty-eighth ,ii,;v,,.,
Zebulon liaird Vance was ever created pnJa" d room9 and search them, ; one of the mo-t important even,- :.
-with an inherent kindness of heart aJd th.at wou'd have more files in , American hi.-,tory. It wan the battle ...
which temners and softens his entire theTe b? Saturday night. Manassas, wherein was fully i ,i n I
patision, but the testimony of the nature; a respect for justnees and right Tarboro Southerner: A few cases of issues of war between the N,,r;h ,.: i
pat establishes the lact that the wbich asserts itself under all possible tenants or renters abandoning crops the South, up , n the grea1 quest i n
circumstances: a sense of the ridiculous ' "av been reported. In every instance Secession, and all that the Mibj. . t
uion grows stronger as iaie auer from which wells out a stream of humor tne reason given by the tenant is his volved.
It was prscti ail v the hek;n,ni-, ,. ,i
less, and an intellect which likn some .it- This is true, but further inquiry i violent struggle, the termination a,..i
great oak of the forest is at once "a ' Glicit another fact, that the tenant ! result of which was Higniiicant ol i!,.
tower of strength" and a "thing of has done a little too much trading with j welfare of this nation , and of the A m, r
beauty forever, " no w braving the hur- the merchant who has been "running" ican people and their secondary toi. k
ricane's breath and thd lightning's nim- j race then, now, and for all future
Hash, and then adurninf the laudscaoo Mount Olive Teleeram: Mr. E. J. of human government arid e n 1 1 g t , t r i . , I
in social habits and commercial
'intercourse they are as one people.
Once it was said that this .Re
public could not bear greater ex-
eii'te-vM-d its opinion in the Oris
sotn case, and reverts to it now to State places itself undar the broad at once copious, sparkling and exhaust- crop is so poor he cannot afford to work
protest against its bfiog in any ensign ol the .Republic.
by us grandeur, m symmetry and its , Martin s little boy, 14 months old,
verdure. swallowed a lot of kerosene oil last
I have anal zd hia heart from core Monday and was very sick all day from
powerful to coverln(j, and I know that in its the eifects of it. Dr. I. W. Faieon at-
L av.irr ..11 n A IK. it- i . , F . U wwAnA V. Kt.l. 1
w..J ..L.l QUU LliJOl 11 1? Ol Lily JUICOL bCUUCU fcUO lltLlO BULlOrer ZiUU pTO'
Southern valor and the indom r . I, ie
heroism of a kindly race of men ,.n
the day at Manassas, twentj - i tr ; . t
years ago, and taught the North. 'in
1 il r. ii f i "tin n i i j iu u o . i
iUcitt IM trl I IIIU I j IIU iCdOVU
I..,-k ''.servatory that the comet ; hf) Bbouid not do so. Knemies a:
diseovere.l by I'rof. Harnard last cosed him and the board of direc-
ost its tail. Hob- tors vindicated mm. ineprob-
gold without the trace uf alloy or a nounced him all ricrht at this time, i people and huropean folks that the
Hut we do not wish to be atrcres- taint of counterfeit. i Tuesday morning. The crops are I South was in earnpst that it was a
nuiuLa: me most measanr. inciaentH iiuer m juddbuid coudit man tnpv rmvf, "fi" w k,,,J '""du- . . ,
sors upon me rignrs 01 a irienuiy nf m .. Hrvj,, ,, ,,, ,hi;
power. If mutual iuterests impel ernor's stalf, was a visit I made with
to the union it will come without him to the Army of Northern Virginia
vin enee. and in accnrdane.fi with in tne w inter or iooo lie was then a
the eternal fitness of things. Eng
in the winter of He
candidate for re-election to the (juber-
Ve tvobtil horse-cam ability is that ia 1 S9 1 , a Democrat ,an., hprKplf wi,t t hen aronieKcp in natona fhair' hav",,K hllod 11 for one
k.e iHiotan norse-cars, ,. ' . j i,;, m- 1311(1 oerseu win men acquiesce in term Wltu CTe&t t,caf DUt heiniz od-
' .u, k i. , V , ? tbe w8dom that dictates, or the ; posed by a certain faction at home.
ft Jw 2 I --mX- J
been in aome years.
Wilson Advance: The amount of to
bacco raised in Wilson county will as
tonish most people. If our farmers
continue to increase the acreage in this
respect for the next two years as they
have for the past two, a tobacco ware
house in Wilson will be a necessity.
During the last three years Mr. Geo. D.
Green has sold three calves, from the
same mother, for 115. ao he tolls na.
Nu, Angel, The Post does not BUB lwv wT t? Tr a v u iae i "ne or them sold for 65. Does it pay
ft- . - xxouovauv tuauaa o w b wan i v
It is a tribute by working tor hispartv. litienas i"' " lc'ulj IW ceived in the oity this morning to the
tail , o m e t a , 1 1
..n Ill'M'l ilC'LK" t.i UDlftlil UIC LWU U A i , . .-i.
. aa v t n fi iu.ru n mm i I m e , i 11 i in.i. .... ... . l-l i.. , . . .... .
, . . , ,""J , ,77 necessity mac impels tne separa- wmca proclaimed itseu tor -reace ana
.leu, t . ,11 the ptioiK . j the preM is that way and probably tion ' Reconstruction ?- on any terms. This
A nn"A,;, paper a8 that the doctors are." appeal, it was feared, had produced
i ru irinrii n t ; iiiri. oil uu w u i m n i r l hi i iir ti i n hi i i iini i . l f r . i nr i imi, iiiet-n iiiji . . .
..,.,,! . , soldiers in the held, and though the os- i to raise fine cattle?
in.'ir mean in tneir snirt. ifciwnlch we nave taaeu ima extract ininK mat a man commits a crime tensibie object of his visit wasthead-
qneer freak of etitjaette that com- j ia most admirable.
peU a gentlemen to remove hia to a loDg and intimate friendship, any political principles, and
shirt before sitting down to bt ) and a plea for one who having been not a man ii he dot not
mcil, and it is doubtful i( the j useful and honorble lor many years commits a crime if be
f!non obtains outride of Chicago, i h" fallen under the shadow of a work lor his party-. The Post has ciated him fully, but I had really no con
i .. . . . r i oeption of his gifts as an orator and of
A sv.vKKK party straggle is in I great misfortune. no admiration for men who get into the noy of bis personal magnetism
prospect iq the English Hoase of it may be admitted that beiore otneial place by the naru wort oi until tnis memorable occasion
18 , of patriotism in tho hearts of the North
have, be , Carolina troops, and to cheer and stim
ulate the entire army. I had supposed
tlOeS UOt ht T know him rhr.rnnryhlv' nnrl nnnra.
. . .. . . ..... r, ... -...- " e
. . . nr r.rcnm nnl,l nj,hn,i fri.ia .,n,i hr th.. , , nf inspired aiiKe uy his peculiar sur-
ommons over ine propositiuu iu -i -' - iwlc.. .. ..UU3 UJ roun(iing8 and tho importance of his
i . ... , , . . . . i , . , . . i . i mnr i , . . . . . ,
increase the allowance to the royal nave won acjuun:u,uui, weieprm, eer wneei, cog, ucil auu uivji mission, ne transcended nimseii aaa
familv. a demand
AjBoarding School for Girls and Young
Ladies. Fall Term opens Aug. 29th. For
Catalogue with full particulars address
JOSEPH KIKSEY. Principal.
bavin been tb rule ol crim inai nroceeaare ol oil knowu to political machinery, j- lut 7 C'"JJ
urc i i j from lttf trreat cantain to the humblest
I , .ui: I
ICO. i,u,lo WHB iu rcmuuiM mo f i flFl H,.!, CaI T .1. P.o . i
nent lawyer and editor of the Times
Register, at Marion, N. C, was shot
last night about twelve o'clock and in
stantly killed. The report that reached
the city -was to the effect that Col. Page
had been too intimate with a Mrs.
Butts, and that the shooting was done
by either the husband or by a brother
of the lady. He was shot in the neck
just as he was about to take the train
for the press convention, which meets
. . i . i . T- l i . -. .. 1 .,-.. ., . , "... ' ... . I . J i"v,-..- T t T II ttt !-.
ni vie lor a gran t to r'ri nceM 1OUlse uu i now i uat g"J'CIU m au cih)uh aua wuu eaiiuiiuiuuiuunij imu u. private which displayed itself in the "0"" "l "
on the occs.on of her marriage to ; of this nature are vastly ditTerent their noses at the "machine" sue- Si'
the E trl of 1'ife. llmlntrton Tlie law is verv careful to protect cess that sours when the bright sun Hdvrte Th.it . i. ai.nni.i hau hnn i Monday. He lives in Swift Creek
S a -.
I: is s.i:,l that when Emperor man UPIMWU m ",uwn'1 in en auu 1 1 ouyti l to oe. . asuiu- wouid ljave d the heart of any
ton Post. man. (ieneral Lee ordered a "general
review" iu his spocial honor, an inci-
the accused. In the courts every beats upon it is gent-rally
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Liven Stable.
!'' go incognito. He ought to.
Tie oun g man's dislike ofhis Eng
l.sii mother and his desire to be rid
o: T.. Cnglish blood in his veins
otilr to mike him somewhat un
.x'pu' ir in Englant). Wheu be
s.i d that when Emperor is supposed to innocent
London shortly he nntil he is proven t o Ik- guilty. A
preponderance of testimony will
not convict. If for any reason,
after all the test i mony has been
presented, there is a reasonable
doubt of the guilt of the accused,
the jury is bound to acquit.
goes to London he should wear a ILil 1U rnquire nnu mc inc. a.
rnn.lncf a tT r r i n rr f ).A hnnnr nf t ri &
rami r : ,Ie i n a grow ler. -
I ciurch or the character of a State
institution, it is vastly different.
In these trials, too, the accused is
considered innocent until he :s
proven to Lx- guilty to -t:ch au ex
tent as to disqualify him for the
position that he holds. If he has
destroyed his usefulness. or his con-
short thus inspirei
rt ; ....... .... i.o.u ..... aa u;
..- I Llll. LllU?LLJV r vvijlLU Mil lUUUUC Ul UJ
a U 1 U
i:i ( l.
' Fla HoMfi .nd Mule iIwiti on hnil. n 1 will be
dipl of on a7 term.
V 1 bioa tiiil i aanbrr of F.ne re.tm. .u v: a g-: ' " '
'O trained lore for both la. lie and gentlemen.
'''oad Street, New Berne, N. C.
a:i . ;
c i : r.
r : v
;i, in u in , now makes
, -. er . He says if
to !,,1 .i thx:W of
(;, tin m wititiug,
t! oc k a txjti t on , and
, . roti i : .iron ml you
:.it, and that no
erript.ou or nianej
,n fu- or t urn I hem
tution. Tht hen lg
son rce of nr udious
1 npki: the head of
striking miners i ti Indiana are
starving" because they "could not
Lve on the wages paid by the cum
piiius" before the strike. In view
ofti.chictth.it they did live on
those wages, scant though they no
doubt were and in view of the Jact
that they are now starving because
they do not get those wages, it ap-
. . - I An.nDV.in Vaa.Aftoa w. s I m XM wi
is not surprising, for the xmicu.,
of the new Postal Telegraph Company,
met with a serious accident. He was
boring holes in a telegraph pole oppor
site the new office of the oompany,
when in some way he slipped and fell.
He caught on one of the hooks used for
steps and received a terrible gash in
the abdomen which came very near
Elizabeth City Economist: It is pro-
but wreathed in victory: their P08ea 10 nola a meeting in iay oi
il:. were soiled ..n,i tatteri hut nnnn ; the old veterans ot me wars in wnicn
them were inscribed the i m mortal North Carolina has borne a part, from
names of t'ual lldibor. Minuses and
The kilc of dent 1 believe without parallel in the
, . history ot the a'my.
an esteemed contem ,
I oon an lmroet s,. i.lmn in the
us that "thousands of neighborhood of Orange Court House
there wen assembled the troops which
composed the then uiicor.ouered army
of Northern Virginia. They were clad
Thounh many a galb.nt leader was
abscDt because "ntf duty" forever,
Jackson. I .otiftstrcet . Stuart. Early,
K well , Hill. Rhodes. ( i lrdon , l'ettigre w,
pears that the logic of the situation Hampton and Fit.hugh Lee, were there
... , ,. i i ,i l to do lienor to Carolina's illustrious
S.LCahS UJI 11KC m iiuic in uic iuuuu.
this section on the Slst inst. The pa
triotic object of the meeting is to keep
alive the memories of those sanguinary
conflicts in which these old veterans
took up arms at the call of North Caro
lina, and to give their influence and
co-operation to the good work of pro
viding a Confederate Soldiers Home
for such as are indigent, disabled or
unable from any cause to provide for
their comfort in their declining years.
Charlotte Chronicle: Sarah James,
A inn i. If
la By f pen ,.l .
mall. rn m,
M W litre , s
: . : a
ii a ;i s : i
a re ! .spoked ;o gi t the
,,r any colored per
for hale er they
tinuanee inihe jxisition he holds I : i;, , i a ku S l . Cl.AUi, ol t he San
sullies the institution with-which ford Express, very sensibly remarks
he is connected, he should be ejected that it :s not exactly fair to
fiom his position. The prepoude- reading public to be criticizing it
ranee of testimony is to govern, lor not supporting liberally every of them all.
son Arrayed in two confronting lines
and with tin ir broL.-. 'd faces beaming
with ri't-'t.iiri' n.iii e ,,.r t n r v thA !
nolle veterans awaited the r-oming of 1 lighten .years old, aaugnter ot .
the old chieftain whom, they had fol- James, a mechanic employed at the
low.d m triumnh so Ion.: . and of the Ada mills, while at her work at the
the youthful Governor hose devotion to j factory Monday, was suddenly seized
the oau"e and tender care of his -own a ai ui v omuiug. one was imme-
troops bad already made him the idol -awcu V" " iujwv u, uy ,
'inally the cannons
and while on the way became delirious.
course, will always feel proud r the
part our fellows bore in that conflict,
but ia that as in all subsequent hauler,
of the war the fame of our men ih she
common inheritance of the American
In the settlement of Appomattox
the whole glory of the war became the
rightful assets of the United States,
and the combined heroism, bravery,
prowess and valor, of both sides, the
common property of the American
soldiers of both sides to the contest.
We recall the past with pride, and
dwell upon the whole result with satis
faction. If sot philosophers, we pre
tend to be Christians, and are bound to
accept ail conditions as the Divine order
of things, which ends all controversy,
and puts beyomd all question the tri
umph of right.
We feel that we lost nothing by the
results of the war but slavery;" and
while that was the occasion of the war.
it was not the measure put in issue.
The simple subject was the rights of the
States over all their affairs of local
government free from all interference
by outsiders. These rights are firmly,
and distinctly established and defined,
and nowhere disputed by competent
authority. We failed to establish a
HAtuirfttA Rennhlin. whir.h hna rmt. hoar.
necessary to vindicate the principle of j State
local self-government, since all we I
legitimately claimed in the issues of
war was conceded. j
We lost the institution of slavery as j Opposii ,- I
an incident of the war and our failure!
to maintain a government pledged to j
its protection and perpetuation; but we ,
are not much regretting that. We are
only, as regards the colored race, con- ,
cerned as to the future of that people,
and the influence of their presence
upon the material, social and political j
affairs of the Southern country. We j
have the race problem before us un
solved, but we have full confidence in
our ability to meet it and all the de
mands under it. And the knowledge
of our kinship with the eons of Man
assas, and the inspiration that recollec
tions of their deeds kindle within us,
strengthen that confidence, and ner e
us for the duty we owe the decendants
of such men. and to the negro race
whose presence developed in the white
people of the South such extraord inary
strength and remarkable traits of char
acter, superior in our mind, to any
other civilization on the earth. Golds
boro Department Wilmington M h-cii
x fcwsr- ';t
t :, d H AY - F V R
K 1 , :i ' ' , ' ' : I ., C1
ITIee 1 J O - l" H . ' V
, .-.I r, r i , , . i 1 1 h his,
. el. N. I. , : ..' i, 1,
Watches, Clcckr. jivclr,
SOLID SI; V..::
AND PL. :
-! I- .
I keep a lai. .
than any other :
I take particular p u:
eyes of parties i., .
Having woi I;. t , :
(.for over ihii
as good WOl k ,1 - ; v
I 1 1
( spiK-tacle "
i ' em to the
i e' bench
i , in (to
. I r in the
i 1 N.
st r eet.
How to Avoid Hydrophobia
An Ind ian man says : "All do,;s ha e
a small white worm at the root of their
. . i , . . ... Wf V. an aha waa nnpaaaaH o V 1 a oniHor
and every reasonable doubfmaBt newspaper that V-omes into exist- r0100! "& "l1. ."n?i ! -.71 r.irrrTrH rTf. Zn
weigh against the accused, for enee n. the State. Lie further enthusiastic cheers, and on avalanche of thumb, and having a green spot in the j K"e on the under side, and running
f,,nrllv ..routlnr, r,v. otl l C e O I e T 0 1 1 1 8 D BC K . W88 QlSCOVereQ Bi,'"6,"","v'. '
thn v,'iti lines lr w;.s n stirrincr 1 her clothing. Her sudden illness had
l;sb. In this spirit we note
it a nero named Taylor Pen
all hydrophobia: take it out and i,ur
been caused bv its bite and poison. All I ao? 18 Bate- ine operation can t,e per-
VAN -WINKLE GIN MACHINERY CO.
COTTON' GINS. PRESSES,
. FEEDERS 3 CONDENSERS.
Tbi Yau Winkle Cotton Gin Machinery
Uml.:! s. C, has invented
n hopper that us said to be
neither church nor institution mast says: "If a town or county has a
an n,r .icrrimonr nec-tiise oi mill- coon news ,a iit ;ini t inr ot e is ill i .. r i . .u:.
' ' . , ,. -, j..- ' . t fnrmw bv insprtino' h .-nmrrion I,m
vidual misfortune. that it can well support, the advent ungu ,hed com P-y and ga,.d into the , -g"' Zu'gh ' stUl -"s aw, under it in the m.dd.eand
Mnfitvat that i minis tT ih nf ;i n nr i nn f 1 1 t n hp i line on TA TP( . . . , nfinarl inVir Karl ; Uraw it toroueh. 1 navt neeu n iioru'
4- - o
;, ill :
He has sold
i sx-!f pum-
r4-' 4 K-tar t..,4 M J 1 Si t U T -
(( Kelr f. t ll'-i. Maslsi
ett.try U4 l -J 1 at IslersiUnsI
,i,ia IT i 4 ilsn' a " 4 -
I rWfm t r" l''Gi!
T.'w-.r- H ( Kmi-
JTu f it I Eii Hi licl iinr Cj ,
h a s i , . -v.
c'd a success
ill :..s pateul
: . r. . .
il : ot ,i ,, w sj.ap, r as an
' : :!..- it ,on is f.u-i ly pro
I ',, :'- fearless readiness
' ' -.' o .ilol -A . i iL
! . i r i - onetimes
' ! e liesi ,kt ion r r
' " ' S : ' l:e -n run t elll por-
,1" th.s as luliv as tliey
,'ir r. gret is a friendly, not
1 tie World is lio-stile
but wrouc upon that
charged with groes immorality, and The iullueuce of one good paper is "Confederate yell" v-ith which; Wilmington Messenger: An intereet-
i r i.i . .ti ;.i, .i . ., they hailed their great com- ing aad sympathetic letter from W. P.
a council of eight Is intrusted with worth more to a town or commun- mamier and hifl honored Bguesti i feU Flfe, Esq , the "drummer revivalist,"
an i n veatigation of the charge and i t v, than two papers that divide that it was indeed an occasion co be j informs us that at Fulmore, in Robeson
thre of them believe him to be the same patronage. -Wilmington remembered and realized that I stood county, he has been conducting a series
(U tUV ' I ' V E J V . J L U 1 J. a UUI-t ViVll wf k. 1-1-1 WblUSD " IVll B,.'UW i jo u -i. i V- 1 v.
St ar. querors of the men who have made were 300 white 145 colored persens who
history, and had earned even from confessed Christ and gave him their
SKA bathing at Morehead City is their enemies the reputation of being hands. He says be adopts the same
many times. A Scothman taught me Wo.x
The Bergiier & Engel
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
IS DTfQU13TI05ABLY TTTE
Finest Beer Extant.
It li brdwed from the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Malt and Laazer Hops, and
Idghly recommended for its TONIC and NTJ
rfe) high repaUstion. a,ove.l oy 1., i;t..- i'. ,. KNbKI.
,OMPANT w due tJ '-he f.ct th: only ;i.v FIN'. ST A M r.l'ST
IfATKBLiLS sj xW and that the gre.tM: SKILL nd ( ' A K L
exreitwMl dartn; its mauafctur. jyi dw.t
t h all the wedK3ns
N . V. World.
s -a a r u
i :i , , :n rr. .i n ,
1 HK sre 1 ( m M pnl p an d papT
guilty, is there no reason why he
should resign! His usefulness is
at an end, and he should give place
Suppose the president of a female
college was arraigned as has been
lr. Cir;s,soiii. and the hoard by
which he was tried stood the for
acquittal and three for conviction,
bow many honorable men would
patronize that institution T
many virtuous mothers would per
mit their daughters to come in con
tact with the man upon whom
retHl fuch damnable suspicion T
An insane asvlum demands
I.. ,.,.miti it cfllpiir iti.,1 for its l.iir rp tne Draveut souiers wno ever marcnea pmn Mr. rearson aoes, in one aay 100 Q,!,., missionary t!.
UCCOUllllg ceieoiaietl 101 ItMUail-ie- . m.i nf ht,l. " - nam A frvrwurH. H aava- "Tha noicrh. ,. a- ,..
the secret about fifty years ago. lie
said the practice was generally follow. ,1
in Scotland and that mad-dog outbreaks
never occur there. " l ay ett ev 1 1 e i , i ,.
roNsi'JiPTios i ny.it
An old physician, reii-, ,1 fr. n. i r . .
having had placd m !.;-- looni- l, :,i. I ... t
r I ; : 1 . . h 1 ., :;:.
t, -te I
not SO That day was truly a proud one for North borhood young men went to work and mimed i urc of i 'hmiiii" .-i H
Carolina and for her gifted son. A built me a tanernacle in which to hold Catarrh. Alhn,a and all II r ic
more appropriate, tllective and elo- service, and of the committee that m
qutnt address was never uttered by vited me four of the live were whiskey
human lips. 1'ndir tho iml lence of drinking church members. I go to
TllK Prookh n Eagle indulges ill his rich and varied ima, rv . his happy Lumberton on Monday. Pray God for
the prediction that Senator EvartS anu grupuic ...usuauous. n.s iu eii, au uuipuur.u oi u iiuiy op.r.u
... . ., ,, ..... grasp and inn-r meaning, his trenchant Wilmington Star: The "Elixir
suectsaui win ue immu u. mil or thrusts, and touchim: allusions, his r ;fa-' h.
How Thomas C. Piatt. stirring appeals and deep pathos, and darkeys of Brooklyn think so in the
in a worn nis magniiicent anu resistless waters that gush foMh in unending
eloquence, me auaience was etirrea, flow from the artesian well
storing virt ue. There are
many bald heads at the "Atlantic"
as!there were a few weeks ago.
Tuk cotton crop of Texas is esti-
0,000 bales, a
A llectioiis, also n po-ativ
for Nervous Debility 1
Complaints, after having
derful curalive powers in ;lioii-;oi !
cases, has felt it his duty u make u ke
loids suffering fellows. Actuat.d h.
motive and a desire t relieve htttm.ii
foritig. I will send free of chare, t
who desire it. this recip-' ii. :
. u i French or F.n trlish. with lull di r, c :-n
FM tl I
1 1 1 s I , . '.
tT i v r -
! ri It
! I r.
o I w
:i N at work 'he year round. Put . gri.ater protection than the church
newspapers ani magamcfl ou- or a feruale college. Church mem
a me v.it ipiantitieH ol it. Iha
ti.ury ( ompany take nearly JW tne possession of their reason, and
enraptured and carried awavasifbv ricr0nHnn Worn- un,i. o.1mr, 1 nr,-piirin,' anJ usini;. Sent y mm I
mated at L'.fJOO.OOO bales, and the the spell of a magician. Not a man Hilton. The water comes from a depth i (,resriD with ,'y1.?' "".'"".'.f '!.': ,'
who heard that impassioned outburst t k,,, . a v,,,na -rta ;a i j ' " A . o k. 1 I . 1 ,-r s i . I , .. .
corn crop win oe enormous. , . . . . r7 : , ul qOTu. .uuu.c . v.. . r
1 of patnotio inspiration would have clear as crvstal. and is not altogether '
hesitated to die for his country , and 1 unpleasant to the taste of those who
am convinced that in many an hour of profess a fondness for the mineral
i , supreme peril afterwards, it rang like a waters of the shops, although it is a
UUT camp meeting oegins on the trumpets tone through the souls of trifle saline and chalky. But the dark-
Carteret County Items.
j "7rh of .Itilv. and nontinnes pichfnr i those who heard it, inspiring them'to a oH who H rank it first out nf mirlnaitv.
bers and college matriculates are in ten java higher courage, a nobler tifort. a and then learned to like it, say that its
... t,Lj.t. .o.. fc. .fc... U8e uas euecieu marvellous cures oi
OUT COmniUUltV lleCDlV SVmtia- m.rlcrHnm for thn e;,,is. wh,,-h tl.or j i: !-:.. 1 i:j.j
o.is a month lor t heir pnbdicat.cmt, CAQ diBCeTQ tue BubUe aJvance of tflyge8 with Dr rauI in the mj8for. loved' B0 well. ilia thal flesh is heir
ind tritr j,.k ,r bill amounts to the destroyer, but the insane are at tune of losing his eye sight. 1 heard General Lee remark that its wonderful curative powers is rapid-
TliProinmRtalkftfnnr having u'f. '' - """"J ly spreading tnrougnout me crty.
dhere is some taig or our Having been eilulvaierJt to its reinforcement by crowds of colored people visit the well
a hotel here. Our facilities for .-,0,000 men ai d it sowed the seed of daily and carry off quantities of the
boating, bathing and fishing are friendship between those two true water to their homes, and it would be
unsurpassed on the coast. hearted patriots which justified even a bitter disappointment to many of
tl . -r, ...or. r.fr.nr i.i i. i mem ii tne luriner progreis or tne
The joung men of our place bae render and grew and strengthen,! long work should necessitate the shutting
a military company, after tho land w hich they served so nft nf lha nmiunt fln fmm tha wll
Nearly. Harper A; Proth-, the mercy of the superintendent,
rs take J7. mm reams, ItoUrt lion- a libertine has no mercy.
i0.is, reams at ft (ime fwo If Dr. irisom haa not forfeited
ip li'erature firms buy f)0), (Mo ni3 place by reaaon of his personal
M'.t a year. One patent characteristics, let not iKilitical r.Qni.:j
, ,r :
,- lie hrm
i r r , r
.die , the
ns 5iVi,(NM) worth
vomer liiisiues-s apHars
n i o t tlounsbing
aney maite a very uuo appeal a uce wen. na i a i ,u, o me ,. u , ui nu iU
in their uniforms. Charlie Paul is thedrei;s. It was then that he made
1 lllnrtl m classic the term "tar heel which others
drilling num. had hitherto applied in derision to the
We have no idlers or lo.lfvt's North Carolina soldiers, bv addressing
here, every body at work. The them as ' fellow tar luels" and demon
sound of the saw an hammer is strating that the 6Y. was but a
i , . . . , synomvm of that tenacious courage
heard. Some ai e preparing their .. ,h m k ., ... nnKffl n
tion, but will not permit freedom nets lor the fall, while others ate the hour of danger upon so many hard
madness rob trie Mtate ol the ser
vices of one so pure in thought, so
correct iu action and so eminent in
his profession 1
lft it not be said that .North
: her day ! hatJCtovernor Carolina can endure mora'
li.hauhau. had si. led
' : i a '.
v ( iOver,,nr 1
has sailed w
v a r . s
j r t e sirv;.e
w c n o t i ce
t a, of ( '-oa
of political opinion.
If Dr. OriKsom goevi through this
farnaee with not so much as the
smell of lire on his garments, let
ami the State regard him as a priceless
with treasure and continue to heap
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
cultivating their truck
Mr. Wallace l'ulcher,
esteemed citi.en aged tj
died a few days since under singu
lar circumstances. He had a wart
on one of his lingers and made
but if there is the several applications oi concentrated
1 tn linrn th. wart Out Thn Ivu
mennexCoternor slightest Umt of corruption let no Ina,le an ugIv iooklDg sore, ioc"k.
have to fonml piist service sbtUter mm ironi a inst jaw followed, and one of our best
,i:;il ten ctuldren. We honors upon bin
here t t.e
0 ster fought iielda to their own imperishable
honor and to the (Urual glory of the
mother State. And ean afterward,
during the war and up to tLe present
moment, the most .-uhtl, compliment
that can ), paid to a N rtL Carolinian
who followed the banner of the Con
fodracy in all of its vicissitudes of for
tune until it win furled at Appomattox,
is to call him. t y that homely but blood
baptir.;d appellation of "tar heel. "
Charlotte Chronicle: Dr. A. M. Her
ron, of Steel Creek, was in the city
yesterday, and told a Chronicle re
porter of the horrible death Monday
morning, at one o'clock, of a negro
girl, twelve years old, named Cora
Herron, daughter of Anderson Her ron.
of Steel Creek. The girl was bitten by
a mad dog about 3 weeks ago. Butler's
mad-stone was applied, but had no
effect. The first symptoms of her ap
proaching fearful death was a slight
headache, which gradually increased
in severity until she fell into convul
sions towards the end. She drank no
water, nor anything else, for two days
previous to her death. If the word
"water'1 was mentioned in herjpres-
ence, she would appear to be suffocated
and gasp for breath. If a glass of
The English Craze.
"That's a pretty old ruin, isn't
itT" asked the stranger, pointing
to a dilapidated cottage at a fash
ionable American sea side resort .
"Bless you. no!" replied the
. P. BURROS ik CO., ..-
AND GliAIN DEALERS,
resident. "It was only erected four C0MMISSION MERCHANTS
"Struck and partially demolished
bj a cyclone, probably T"
"Oh, no. The English Duke of
Swindleton stopped there a week
last summer, and the young lady
visitors have nearly carried the
building away piecemeal as me
men toes ofhis visit."
Bobby Barns Understood It.
"Many and pharp the pumerons ills
Interwoven in our frame,
More pointed still we make ourselves
Regret, remorse and shame."
Among the most dangerous as well as
vexing of ills "interwoven with our
frame," are Consumption, Asthma.
Bronchitis, colds and lung troubles
generally. However, t ie timely use of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover v
takes away their fearful consequences,
but when neglected leaves "regret, re
morse and shame. Bnt you need not
be ashamed to ask for the "Discovery , '
as it has become a standard remedy.
SKW C 1. 1
J. 11. CIIA HTI. I'"
JOHN E. CI.,
Mann fa t ,
tlNGim AM- .
S Mill.. I : i.
We . .
, With I" i
w orphan a-syium.
citi.ens passed away.
found at all the drug stores, where
water was held before her she would thousands call for it every day. and
" go Into convulsions. During these she I where it is recognized as the leading
Beechatn s Pius cure bilious and ner-, would foam at the mouth and snap ! medicine for all lung and throat atfec
viusilh with her teeth, after the fashion of a 1 tious.
W - o
lCl. e. 1
dona l.v ns