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INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, Al (iUST 188!l.
i niroui u. ote.
a- a J t Af J J It
, SOU) BY AIX DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
TfSjLli- JA AnirKX & CO.. Sole AnrntH
piUi on rtxeipt of pncc t' ,''
a- a. t ciii. r.
' ' . . t " '
5,000 Lbs. of Wool.
11 . J 1 ;
t 1 in i
Wt will biy j rtT
tip it fe a t. Lb
FUaal- Pint G4i, Hua'?
: r. .o
1'. rook I n ::
1 1 ' n ' i
.iiwo I r. 1
n 1 1 1 r i '. i r
el ;n the
:: ! ; d victor j in
,-. .tr- of such
,il it : danger-
I'i.t n in g h.ivc c
;i ;ho Indian
rrtov :np. when
- ! rpht."
:, i ;,. of r.ini bu lallen
i d -no.- Wednesday,
, -e i r y to Top.
rled to have
: I'jtiry in Ohio, Wiscoa-noi-
within the laat few
:; : : ::i v ni . A . ( iuthne,
. -:,ow th.it the lialeigh
..ini i- no pl.iet' lor ner-
;s:k 1 v i , a prett
rl h.i.H created a sensa
n i v. c ,iw .iy with a Kick-
n oi 1 1-e
!brA'ed 1 V a r 1 Sbirt.
KIN3TON, 2. U
e in t ii ar a.d oi the
i It. i. ronm were arraign
( hicigo C-oort Monday,
otton planter in Amer
;c.i. slio'.iid place his order for
cof.ia !apc:ng at once, and refuse
fo :. jnte as a free gift.
at the expense of and by the loss
of the other, giving nothing m re
turn tor value received. This be
mg the rase, what right has specu
lation in stocks, grain and futnres
to 1)0 claused ,ws commercial tuisi
nesf.T N a t ion il 1 loom t t i :
Tin: entire corn crop of ls was
l.l.Vi, Ox ,( ) bushels, and of iie..t
4Ti, IHMJ, tMKJ liUdhcl-- Of tins vast
amount the NW-stcrn and Sou; lo rn
States produced three lourt'h-.
The rout of t ran-poi t Ht ion to the
Kat coiiMime.l niie half, aiid in
some cases three-fourths oi the
entire value. 1 he railroads tteece
the farmer o! ali ;he can in the
shape of freight extortions, and
then turn him over to the speculator.-,
in the commercial centers to
be finally done for.
TlIKKK seems to be no doubt that
the reratiug of the pension claim uf
lienaLor Manderson, without his
application, whereby Iih jxnsion
was doubled, and n noa: sum of
arra:.-; placed in h.s pocket, w as
done to estabii-.h .1 high precedent,
which would render easy and less
conspicuous the tilching of the
sutord!Uutes in the Lure. 11 That
it whs thus followed IS Ii"tol 10118,
and the investigation now ,n prog
ress, if conducted in the interest of
the public service, will make some
startling revelations. -Norfolk Ledger.
r cii going so
EMdAMi AM) THE UNITED STATES cid( d tiiat ti e 'iVestern I'nion
It is unfortunate that a distar- Telegraph . -uidian;. v, as charging
bance has oocuml to mar the the Ooveni i;u n t too much for the
friendly relations existing between transmission of uiei-sar -s, and do-
England and the L nited States, manded a red:
and it is to be hoped that diplomacy far as to tat(
will come to the rescue and pre
serve the amicable relations that
have so long existed between the
t wo conn ; ries.
The present dithculty originated
111 complications iQ regard to Ueh
r.ng Sea. Some years ago the
I'liited States purchased from
U is:a tin- "Russian Posset.ii jus"
0UTH CAROLINA NEWS.
IT AN 01 tra;k.
From the State Tapers. txciteuient In Montreal over the Sci-
Murphy Bulletin: The farmers are in zure of a Schooner
IIK AiO. JUiy 6V. J 1 riDune i. r-ial
: ( 1 .11 red
1 ' -
r o ' ' 1
oa tn.s c )ir inent,
American mterpetation, Behnug
Sea. lly t his purchase the L'nited
States claims to have acquired ex
clii.-ive right to control its treasures
of seal and other aquatic animals.
England claims that Behringsea is President
an open sea, and that traffic in its then came
waters is governed by.the law. of President
nations, and that the United States authority
has no exclusive rights acquired by jt mav be that tin
jubilant spirits over the good crops they
win uaryesc lois year. ine appie rom Mnmrml - Th,. ,,r f n
crop is said to be the largest for many schooiier Mack Diamond in HelrinK
year8- Sea, caused quite a sensation here. ". Ioh
Lumberton Robesonian: Up to the outrage, as it is called, coming w ln ri
time we go to prees there have been 68 assu ranees are made of the friendly
conversions in the revival meetings here relations between KnglanJ and Am, r-
and 60 backsliders have confessed their ica, raises excitement to a high piteh.
sins and returned to Jesus Christ. and government supporters demand an
Goldsboro Argus: We regret to know immediate call on the l'nited States u.
that our .rood friend. Maior W. A. release the schooner, and for full in
he Secreta-. Uearne of the Messenger, is confined to demnity. A leading member of Par
him to room at me cotei Arlington witn -"v '" c.cuiuK.
an attack of fnvsr. V hnm h mir "The end has been reached. Canada
telegraph not be long confined. can no 'nger submit to insult ,u,d
promulga-i Durham Tobacco Plant: Durham : XV?? TeMeL" n, l''e hJh
oi an order tfeina"?.DA" 1' , sufficient force in the ;Northern I'arific
senger, to connect with the fast mail on nlorre
r r..i,k.,. , . . -It the same feeon prevai s
there will be no telling how many
trains we will have.
T. : n.M , , tr.IKD BY Till: li! .-1 1
l,.i ,01, i .,1 tii if tim -i i" ciry uany: we ao not remvrn-
b eoii.el.oe.l that the ber to have ever seen so much rain as Washington, Ju .y 30 -Tic 1 , .,,., r v
as any such right; how has fallen in the past two weeks. Every Department has received informal on
.1.., c .u- aav ana everv nieht thn rin rtAmoa iwimu ui iuo bi.uih, iv n
Liie .eeieaiv oi uc . - a - - i ., .
i aown in torrents. The ground is
in possession ot such j thoroughly saturated with water, while
all the streams are swollen. The crops
in the bottom land must be
rates aro too ; damaged-
Iossib!e to m,
ry oi the 1 1 c.i
wit hhold pa men' ti
compair. 'Mint :! i Hi
tiou by t iic del' ir'm
lixiug the rates in question.'"
Who ga"e 'alIanlaker the right
to lix the rates o! the West
em I'nion Telegraph company? It
any demand we
enue steamer Rush, of the lii iunh sail
ing vessel Black Diamond, on July 1 1th
for violating the sailing laws. I'lm iel-
badly j eKram stated that particulars would fob
iu w uy in mi,
the purchase irom nussia. high probably t hey are but, how ' Wilmington Star: The Wilmington ! hetails of tiii: i acti hf.
If Behing Sea is an "Open sea" i8 it that W in imakt-r .-an lv his Gae Lih Company will soon begin: San Francisco. Cal., July ::u l i.
, , . , i f - ' work on a building for the electric j steamer Dora arrived from Iichrm
Kussia had no -exclusive riguts arbitrary diet urn establish rates for light plant on their premises at the foot i last, night, and brings the lir-c o,
and, consequently could not have a charted com p ui iloing business of Castle street. The annual meeting j tailed news of the capture of the lint
rpnv..ved sneh ripl.ts tn the 1'ioted i , ,i 7 f,i of the Grand Lodge, KnigbU of Honor, ish sealer Black Diamond by tkc Id i
ceneeu such riguts to tne n.tto. ltl accordance with the laws of the was adiourned at wvnflBviiiA iat. ted States revenue cutter itmh.-mi i;
ft i u . .
The present dilliculty arises from
land and the customs ol the timesT week. Wilmington was selected as I Cn July 11, the Kush overtook the
,,. , , . , . ,. the next Dlace of meeting of the Grand I Black Diamond and ordered h, r tn
10 not UelelVe, that 0ngreS8 I,nd(?e. heav to. The Cant nin nf ll, 1(1.. b
the fact that this government, in (;an lix the rates, much leRS't.ho OnMnhnm M.rm,. k .nm.,.t . Diamond refused to obey the order
accordance with its declaration, President or a
assumed possession of the sea in
question and sent the revenue cut-
A lot of Mason's Fruit Jars just received.
mon ths commander of the liush for the tli pi i
now, before ran out her guns. This action ,10t ux t Iiltt
that we are caused th schooner to heave to. !0cean tran.-por tat ion T
that take:Capt. Shepard and Lieut. Tuttle re dilate the charges in one
m New Haven Conn., the regulation of elections from the then boarded the English craft and 0f business whs not m all?
State, or, in any way,
. X '. .
S -a (-.' -r.-"?' -L-V "
ick factory at Flor
i three years contract, with State authority in the matter 0f t he E'.acl. 1 iamond
K KMiit1 iUyk now secrUrT of suffrage. armed resistance, but
ha.s bten permitted to
dth. Ha ttie special evils, to remove or diminish Shepha'-d af
A Boarding School for Girls and Young
ladies. Fall Term opens Aug. 29th. For
Catalogue with full particulars address
JOSEPH KINS EY, Principal.
' J. W. STEWART,
Sale aod Livcrj Stable.
.1 President is in training lor the diaMnt.
ra.-c in the Congressional dUtrict We may as well say
: -ng represented by his father. proeding further,
1. i;n experienced lock makers oposeI to all measures
have c:;e frc
to W"rW :n a 1
e n ce, A ! i . on
chargf or ,. own
I r :- that
rei.ef I a
ind.v idn i't in propxrtton to their
losses. It shbnld te in proportion
'o their pbyMcal necessities.
ldiK President is censored for
delay in appointing an Associate
.Inst ice to
m'.ei of his Cabi ' curiosity to those people up north, that I Thereupon the commander of do K.h
lis it would be if they could see the j ordered a lowering of portH and th.
sight, just to see negroes flying around
. growing :u this a a P08'! clerk car. We dare say if
tor r.iui, t,, nitrnl ifj wtfrd iml i . 1 i t i . , tne ooutn neia tne Daiance or power,
ter nush to patrol its waters ana couutrs: but nobody expected tOmnd i-nnin ,i.t Pro.id.nt k J
H LTHODS OK HAL LOT K Y. KOK.M. prevent the depredations ol any see Wmiarnaki r 'bestride t he Dar- i be St in went to filling Northern post-
e have read with mucli i-leasiire foreign power. -Oa the 11th of row woi Id like a Colossus'" and ; office8 Postal clerk's rxjeUions with
, , , , , , T , ,, , 111 coiu-.us, aim negroes, that whole section would se-
JuJge Hoadlj s article, lnthelo- .1 aly t he Kush overtook t he Pritish from his ele vat ion dictate to free- cede in less ti ne thaa it took the South-
rum, on "Methods of ltallot lie- sailing vessel P.lack Diamond and : mon :iI,,i ,,,., , mn u ;il- ,,n ' ern States to go out in 1861. The
form,' Mach that he says meets ordered her to heave to. The ,ier hug.' leg', to liml dis
oar unqualified approval, ami from captain ol" the Black Diamond re- honorable craves."
i mi ,
rue oruer. xuere- If Mr. auaniaker can Ux
J a ves !iiABPiKi.i, son oi tne much ol hi article we reswctlullv fnA,i tn nlv
iuterferes aeked for her papers. The olTiccrs
Lake' Judge Iloadly mentions four deliver the ships papers, ('apt.
can usurp tin
many friends of the Hon. W.T, Dortch
will be pleased to learn that he is still
improving. He was able to be-out to
. his office thia morning,
rates RoIbiWi nn- a (rm etrr. sr,a
mes, whv mayheclud burst is reported from Fayette
of railroad and ffi'J ?1iJ"? f1???
If he can into raging torrents. Three bridges
were swept away, and the dam of the
layetteville cotton mills blew out,
washing away the picking-house and
undermining a part of the main build
in cr . Th A dnmlfffl m thn mil ! la at. 1 oaat
110 ation, why i'u' the righls of the ; three thousand dollars. The city's low
people II he can fetter the tele- j on bridges, etc,, is twenty-fiTe hundred
' , . , I dollars,
graph coiiHcunes. h:ii to be the j A8heville Joarnal: The West Ashe-
limit ol his powei . ville Improvement Company are plan
"(n what meat doth this
bt-ing distributed to
: hc place on the I". JS.
..crt bench made vacant
( ' ' N
h i" raiiro i !
leT. e( IC'iTs,
i in 'Is of a .
of Stanley Matthews.
. and equity say
orrespond- which is the object of patriotic cabin and forced the hiugs of the
citteus. First intimidation, espc- strongbox and the captain's chest,
eially of wage workers by employ- thereby securing the piucis. A
ere. Secondly, federal interferance search of the vessel disclosed lu.i
accompanifi with . ilem-e. Thirdly, sealskins which had beerf taken in
the direct bribery -f voters, and r.cliring Sea. Capt. Shepard placed our lathers trod are
lastly the demand "1 the uter of A non-commissioned oflicer in ated: and wc arc d
pay lor voting. charge of the Dlack Diamond ana imperialiMn .
Without entering into minute ordered the vessel to be taken to John Wauainakei 1 his decree,
detail, we declare in favor of the Sit ka to await futher orders.'- deciding the rates of a company
American system over the much It is ureless toskutour eyes to over winch he has no legitimate
vaunted Australian Svstem. The the fact that the situation Is ex- coutroi: '-Ye Gods, it doth amaze
Otir n "ft w" W UlUTVUJUiH, WJUUU
'win result in extending me limits oi
(i ..ii feeo. He is sustained and ! Asheville westward across the French
fattt : i 1 bv fl.- - iands that grow ol Broad- The above named company,
, ... , . .composed of wide-awake capitalists,
con.soud.it :on. v.c nave dnited 1 have purchased a large body of land
from the old l.it.daiaiks. The paths I west of Iench Broad, opposite the
.... 1 mouth of the Swannanoa, and extend
eing ouncer-1 ing the8ulphnr Springs, a distance
ft ing towards of three and a half miles from the court
: house. The company purpose building
a new iron bridge across the French
Broad, near the mouth of the Swan
nanoa, which will be completed by the
first of October next.
Raleigh News and Observer: It
iot tools iu the
r forcing profit
li'l every :,
until snn u;
would be an accommodation to the
first gives the greatest freedom to ceedmgly grave. England isnotme." Please observe, Mr. Wana- IomSS
the elector. the nation to tamely submit to in- maker is not submitting a-business ! aset of resolutions which have already
The chief dis inguisliing oharact- suit, and, if the facta are as stated, proposition to be accented or re been adopted by some other town and
Drocioct This would b&vg ft rsoobli-
eristic of the Australian s stem is she must resent the "outrage" in a jeeted he is issuing a department cation. One of the hardest rainfalls
the preparation and supplying of manner that comports with her orier. lie not only prescribes fu- tnat Raleigh ever saw occurred yester-
tnre rates, but he requests the Sec- panied by terrifio wind and thunder.
waJ' retaa of the Treasury not to pay 1 Several large trees about the city were
, tii, -i prostrated. ine roor or one or tne
for services already rendered until buiidings of Shaw University was dam
.wfu aiieuj tDe tlctet by the government, and standing among the nations.
the requirement that a private We see but one honorable
; n t
: : '.-.mate that Dr. lkn room tve Drovided in which each t esc. u,- .1 isasterous war. and that
: m not afraid of ghojta. voter is required to go and prepare j8 for both powers to institute a
in'oni ( f ( .vil Semue lie- his ballot before going to the polls, rigid enquiry into the rights ln
s at the toot of tha Doctor's Judge Iloadly says: volved, with a Used determination
:ght and grins ghastly "The Aoatrahaii system tends to to do i ight hatever it may be. If
' Courier Journal. destroy individuality of action; it either nation rinds herself iu the
m dpsporadoes in Pat- limits choice to the nominees of
Va . "ti the North Caro- parties." If this be true, it is
'.fo committing many enougn uj uauisu it irom iree com
,,:o! are defying the
St ws. N llrning-
Fla Horiei and Males always on han
dlapoard of on aaay termi.
I bars OQ niod a nambf of K ae Team", th it ar.
also trained SM1 Horws for bnh ladies and geutb
road Street, -New Berne, N
f the HockiDg
be in the soup
al income was
VAN WINKLE GIN MACHINERY CO.,
COTTON (;ii'S, PKliSSILS,
Tn K Pr- -t. t ' '
i . r . i : ! r " i . ! woi
'" ' '"' 1'nncp
ei pec; eil : rom t he
of ( :r.(V winch h i e
m i n g: "U St ir.
An act.oii li.i.i
.1 -'.net ''oiirt of
:. c ':. w : !: prove of
to M isoiiio crclt'M
t :,. tl:e Mason;.- order has appeal
ed to ;:.c State courts, and the
decision w :i; !erve as a precedent
. a 't he r S la te .
mnnities. lftheris anvttnntr in
which the citizen should be left
free, it ii in the exercise "f the
nghl of suirrage.
Toe present election laws of
North Carolina have beeu criticised
w, .4 . , r.. . . . . . .,.4n,,'f flnf
indasUieaJ , . , .
. finer are not periect uuc we mun-
ately prefer them to the Australian
The greatest evil with which we
-en begun in the .... mnf.nnt., ; tliu rrirrnr use of
- " . --- - - i
wrong it will be no humiliation for
her to secede from her position. If
both insist upou their present ton
at met i on . it seems to us that war
he has brought the company to
his terms. This is not only tyran
ny but it is downright dishonesty.
Congress must chain this Ca-3ar,
or the people may rise in the maj
esty of freemen and assert their
lower. Put let it be remembered
that Wauamaker is
aged by having some of the iron sheet
ing blown off. When the east bound
passenger train arrived here the rain
was coming down; with each driving
fury that passengers were forced to mt
on the train sometime to await an abate
ment before going off.
Washington Gazette: A heart-rending
tragedy took place near Bunyan,
this county, on Sunday last. Two
the agent of young girls aged about 12 and 14 years,
: ri v. . t x - c a
lie cr t I ui n a . uauKub61D VL 1X11 ' L1 qibuu uurjyyoiu luci
guns were run out. This action caund
the schooner to heave to. Capt. Sheperd
and Lieut. Tuttle then boarded the
Eoglish craft and asked for her piipprri.
The officers of the Black Diamoua of
fered no armed resistance, but refused
to deliver the sh.p's papers. ('Hpt. i
Shepard at once broke open tha cabin 1
aDd forced the hinges of the strong box
and the Captain 's chest, thereby secur
ing Ihe papers. A search of the vessel
disclosed 103 sealskins which had hern
taken in Behring's Sea. Capt- tshepnrd
placed a non-commissioned otlicer in
oharge of the Black Diamond and or
dered the vessel to be taken toSiikato
await further instructions.
The captain of the Black Diamond
made the statement that-when in Vic
toria he had been ordered to pay no at
tenlion to tne Hush incase he wan over
1 .! '
; - 'AD,
r.ifLVLR lit -J
I' .-J sj .
" o- i , I
I. , 1 .
.ri.Mi ie in i P..io, r r i . i .-.
aw.uo, nuu .a K.t-.u.j sui"Swith a horrible death, the result of
the unci) viable reputation of being handling kerosene carelessly. The
It will not do for either power to Uio weakest man who ever filled the ; Parents ere at church, and no grown
i person was ua iu premism. itio cuu
President ial oliiee. dren were preparing for the noonday,
meal, and lighted the fire in the open
hearth and afterwards poured kerosene
.from the can upon the blaze. A ter-
Marion, Iowa, iarge pams 0f money
it is the first
say that the injury that would re
sult will lorbid a reio.t to
arms. National honor must be
vindicated at all h zards. The
United States has taken the initi
ative, and the action of Kngland is
awaited with intense anxiety.
Iu Canada the wildest excite
ment prevails, and every where in
expended in tlie Domiuion the conduct of Cap
direct bribes to iniluence the change l;llo yhepard is denounced as an
of votes, or in yielding to the de- outrage.
mand for pay lor roting at all. Tho Americau navy is in no con
We conclude this article with two dltion t0 eope with the naval power
quotations from Judge Iloadly
Collector White's Appointments.
The following is the full list of Col
lactor White's appointments, which he
Division Deputies 1, J. B fields.
Greensboro, Randolph, Guildford and I
Montgomery; 2, Jas. F. Wray, Iieids- j
ville, Kockingham and Caswell: 3, D. ,
F.Crawford, Oakes, Orange and Ala-'
mance; 4. S. M. Jones, Carthage, Har
nett, Chatham and Moore; 5, Wm. G. (
Hall. Maxton. Richmond. Cumberland j
and Robeson ; 0, Charles D. Myers, Wil-,
mington, Brunswick, Columbus, Pen
der, New Hanover and Bladen; 7, W.
S. Jackson, llawley 's Store, Duplin,
Onflow and Simpson: s John D. '
Innng'on M essen ger sa f :
( arr ays the sale of the
I". it.' c bona tide and
Tta Yu Winkle Cotton Sin Machinery
4"t L f-
W Nw C - : t il ' . f '
Y j Fair ( ( llV4 .i-i- 1
1 !.m1.m mt . I I I m " i
r-i m i , .i
fii fnkli Eil ui liekiitnf Cr
which we concur as follows:
W :!m:nv:ton Measenear aaf: "Th,. nnlv -nfii.'.ienr remedial
ageut, without whose help the com
plete correction of the evil of our
rsc the management present election system cannot be
Whitaker. He will expected, is the newspaper. Its
:ew pajier, value as a deterrant power cannot
'It has betn suggestesl that each
candidate should name an agent,
and that he, or the agent under
oath, after the election, make offi
cial returns of his expenses; but
of Kugland, but this must not "deter Grimsley, Snow LI. II, Johnson, ;Green
, r i and Wavne: 0. J. It. Green, Nathville,
this government from resolutely w Durh8m aud Na6h;' :0. John
standing for the right. The
The re- Woody, Bethel Hill, Granville and Per- , to the nlaoe
e bound- on: hU v' R "ins. LouisburR, Und 8, a distance of
Iranklm, ance and W-arren: li, It. J. ,rtm '-or it oa hM;,
sources ol t his country are
less, and the advantage ol Cnglaml Lewis, Littleton, Halifax
K' i: K i a k of State
!e,l that the widow
Id.er !," waj killed in a
en brawl is not entitled to a
li because he wioi not killed
on sea is more than eounteibal
anced by our advantage on land.
The invasion of Canada would
quickly follow a declaration of
Put let us hope that there is Still
an honorable way out of the diffi
culty, by which war may be avoided
and the two great English speaking Hodgm. John R. O'Neal, a.
V 1 LAN 1 ,
i ; v
nations continue at peace, to their
The fiergner & Engel
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 TJJfdtlXSTIONABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It is brewed from the finest Pale Canada
Jest Barley Malt and Laazer Hopsr, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NTT
TW klgb rvpoUCloa ea.ow d sy tc . . . l.t , . : i; l.MiKL
.OMPAKY ia Jaa Uj the fac-C that only :oe KIN I'M" AM) I'd. ST
WATKAIALS ar ae-l axid lhl Ua ktaU1 SKILL and CAKK
T9 ureiael darinf lis maf:fTjra. jyi dw-.t
c :; t ir.o
h 1:1,0 ; :i
The decision great though these may be, they
raise a howl in are bat a drop in the bucket com- mataal benefit and the well being
pareu with the disbursements ot 0 mantind.
Pitt and Wilson; 13, William J. Pope,
Fouutain Hill, Carteret, Craven, Jones,
Hyde, Pamlico, Lenoir and Beaufort;
14. Wheeler Martin, Williamston.
Northampton. Hertford. Bertie and
Martin: Vk W. G Pool. HI .' d-eih City,
Gates, Pafquotank. I'lT'i'jimHiit:, (.'am
dem, Cur.icuck. Lre. Tjrreil and
Oflice Force Chief ikputy. W. U.
Martin: Cashier, K. C. Potter: Clerks,
J. C. L. Harris. A. C. Lehman. David
.' ' ,oth to wrap a bale l,4lu"i cei'tunnj wucu u .-s
cotton coeta about 30 beved by many, aa in 18-S.s, that
than the cloth to wrap their property is involved in the
Ce at the present cat result. It may be wise to require
ite, it is a gocxi invest- each political committee or other
-e since the tare quea- agency concerned in the cond.net of
;cal:v settled wrapping 411 election, from the JongTeiional
rop .11 cotton will make each campaign, and national executive
br.n j about 1 , per bale more commute of both parties to the most
inaigniflcat X)htical organization,
Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
: ; -' . L co n 0 m 1 s t .
'lissat isfled Hepubli
N t " ii t 'ari '1 ma give the
i' nil. i'l" the liotl'e to the
Ti's 'ii return fc r the mag
;.: - :. ibb:rg the rresulent has
'! hem t ' I his is a mter-
, pi t-1 1 :i .11 current Kepubli
"..:..s. They can, but will
: '.1,11k not. Ther is
' :i-'. :i s md m them. Nor
. 1:. la. 1 r .
-. l.-t bttween legltl-
trade and gambbng is that in
rmer an eqaivalent ls given
:::i :or value. There is an
: .-. wh:ch the condition of
1 ' s tn Ivettered. In
'r,;- . uf j.rotitM entirely
OCR ( FSAR.
"Now, in the name of all the Gods at
I' pon what meat doth thi? our CaMar
That he ia grown so great. '
Washington press dispatches say
that "Acting-Secretary IJatchellor
has Issued an order suspending all
bills against the Treasury Depart-
C. V. FleniiDg.
O. (i. Koes. Stamp Clerk at Durham:
David White, Stamp Clerk at Rci tsville.
. Special Deputies. E.i. P.
Powers, David S. Burns. J C Brewster,
P. T. Massey .
Ttm explosion toofe place, the clotning
of the girls caught on fire, and being
without assistance, both were fearfully
burned. The children lingered, suffer
ing intense agpny, until late in the
afternoon, when death relf ased them
from their suffering.
Snow Hili Baptist: Richard Moore, of
this county, was accidentally shot one
evening last week. He and a man
named Tripp had been to ScufHeton,
and on their way home Moore received
the contents of one of the barrels of a
pistol, which Tripp bad been firing
along the road. The old jail that was
in use here fifty years ago is yet stand
ing. About thirty-five years ago it was
moved off the iiil lot, to make room
for the erection of a new one, and was
where it now
about fifty yards
from where it was built. It is built of
sawed logs, and planked upon the out
side, making it altogether a strong
structure. Judging from the size of it,
one would suppose that jail birds were
few in number or they had very little
Chatham Record: We are pleased to
learn that the Alliance Btore at Lock
ville has been doing so prosperous a
a- business, that it has de
clared a dividend of 15 per cent, for the
first three months of its existence A
hog, belonging to Mr. Carson Johnson
of Oakland township, died of hydropho-
1 bia last week. It was bitten by a
strange dog that passed throu.h that
neighborhood, and 21 days after being
bitten it was seized with all the symp-
toms of hydrophobia and died 36 hours
afterwards. So wet a summer
has probably never before been known
in this county. If aay of Our old and
observant citizens can remember a sum
mer when more rain fell, we would like
hauled by her. He said that he would mu:i
not hare surrendered if the Rush had w
had a force inferior to hi own.
Apaaienger by the steamer Dora says
that on the way down from St. Paul's.
Island, the Ruth was seen in close pur
suit by six sealeis. and that additional
captures have undoubtodly been made
by this time.
Toronto , July 31. A special dispatch
to the Empire from Ottawa says: "The
latest account of piracy by the United
States in Behring Sea continues to be
much discussed in official circles. A
dispatch has been received at the Fish
eries Department from Mr. Baker, M.P.,
giving additional particulars of the
seizure of the Black Diamond. It seems
she was seized when seventy miles
from land. (Mr, Baker says that a
strong feeling of resentment and indig
nation has been engendered among the
inhabitants of British Columbia by this
wanton outrage, and that a meeting of
the citizens of Victoria is to be held to
express their indignation. This din
patch was under consideration by the
Council yesterday. Until the official
report is before the government no ac
tion can be taken, and the Minister of
Customs accordingly telegraphed to the
collector at Victoria to forward full
particulars without loss of time. Col
lector Homly's reply was received by
Hon. Mr. Bowell last evening, hut it
appears that the information which he
has to give is nofullertban that ul re;.!
Ottawa, Ontario, July .'il. The in-
port is untrue that the Cabinet is cr n
sidering the Behring S?a matter. The
Minister of Customs has telegraphed
to Victoria, B. C, for a report of ihe
affair. As soon as it comes to hand a
strong remonstrance will be submitted
to the Imperial Government.
Sir John Thompson, Minister of Jus
tice, this afternoon signed a warrant for
the extradition of Burke, charged with
the murder tf Dr. Cronin at Chicago.
'. F '
i V." :
I keep n Ihic
than any .hIimt hi
I take part i'-ii In : ;
eyes of jiart ie. re
Havir.t; u i ;,. .
foovf'r thir' v ye
as good u i" 1
1 : 1 Noiili 1 arol 01a
s to lit them to the
.-;i.J i!y 'I. ihe bench
I l.i ! eve I can do
i, ;iio M.'ilii'i in the
.1 r 1
New Yokk, July ot. John L isulli
van was arrested hero this evening upon to know in what rear it was. so
a requisition warrant signed Dy uot. , make a record of it. We regret to
Hill, and taken to police headquarters hear of a fatal flash of lightning, that
in a close c jrriaxe to await trautfer to killed a man. three horses and a dog, en
Mississippi. Thursday of last week, on the farm of
New Yokk, Aug. 1. John I. Suit i-, Mr. James E. Yarborough in Cape Fear
van looked none the worse this morn- township. Two young white man.
me after bin occupancyat police head- Damed John Lawranee and Bod Bu-
Awful SnlTerlnpr of Locked Out Miners
Chicago, July 31. Congressman
Lawier and other members of jhe Busi
ness Men's Relief Committee left this
morning with additional buppl.ep for
the half -starved lockeU out coal miners
at Streator, 111. A reporter talked with
Mr. Georarty, whose bueioefs inStrc-at-or
has been well nigh ruined by the
miners1 troubles. Mr. Georarty h: -been
in Milwaukee for some days,
soliciting relief. '"We hav ln car
loads of .provisions to distribute. " naul
he, "but what will this amount to
when divided among 6.000 starving
miners, the majority of whom are
married men with families. It
will scarcely last two days for
the poor fellows. The condition
of the men is almost indeecribable. 1
can truthfully say that many people are
actually starving. Babies and children
cry for bread and wallow in the muddy
streets, but their mothers have become
callous to their cries, and do not seem
to mind. They say but little, and com
plaints are infrequent: they just keep
quiet in their misery. A few are very
proud and effect to be liht-hearted .
when they haven 't a thing to eat in th e
house. I tell you it is horrible, and no
one can realize the awful sufferings un
til he gets right in the midst of the
misery. Business has gone to smash,
and stagnation rules everywhere. I11
less the miners are given work, or
further relief comes, you will soon
hear of some deaths from actual starva
Fouu ; :
M ' :
it fl L i
.. . mfn r tor t f lerTanlnnc ilnnn cr t lip pnr- .ru ,,f r, r ix nrinnm olla i a a
fnamA li trpjairur n: li ii B h A IW ---o--i " .uaivc.o .. v...- tuauou. a uuiuicu uau uo
. ,, . ,' . ... rent fiscal year.This is based upon a there for the night At half past ten he ing for Mr. Y'arborousth when a storm
oncisny rtjBiHjusiiiit; to iue puuuc - - was taken to tne uietrict
sctiofi and disbursement ieuv r .rom tne 1 usiuster-wenei ai off
publicity not only
before elections. The police punish;
thev rarelv prevent. lublicity
bot h deters aud punishes. The you please suspend payment of any
legai ueians 01 buch u smcui i,.u telegraphic bills against your ae-
as laser. 10 ine cneirict Atcornuy s came up, and ther all went under a
office He was accompanied by deputy small tree for shelter, carrying with
to the Secretary of the Treasury, sherilT Childs, of Mi-sis ippi, and two them the horses that they were plowing.
" V" ', U ,1 nf i,. i t-iid VV Won t Wo u f no. :l . 1 iL. : k L.
1,1 which he says: -In as much as n r,acned lhe court bou?e it wae instantly killing Mr. Lawrance and the an unprecedented summer ra nfa 11 m !
Failure of a Boston Shoe House
Boston, July 30. E and A. H. Bat
chelor and Co.. one among the largest
boot and shoe houses in Boston, doing
business at 106 Summer street, have
assigned. Nothing definite as to the Saw mhu. k.i 1 1
extent of the liabilities, etc., can De
learned at present. Most of the indebt
edness is to banks and iudividuals. The
leather trade will not suffer as the firm
paid cash for most of ite leather. The
firm is one of long standing and was
rated by Bradstreet's "G. A." The
failure creates great surprise. Mr. Hat
chelor of the firm states that the liabil
ities aa near as oan now be ascertained
will reach f 125,000, with nominal as
sets about the same figure. An expert
accountant is now going over the books
and a roport will be made to the credit
ors as soon as possible.
W l' HI" j -' j -1
with pi ' m ' el n,
Pari !ru 1 11 r hi
IO rcl'tt , h . r
for Kin il'
W.i !. '
brao-J : .
;c.i bui FLIES
f I .iclm llollrri
,tfl T1 lilnra.
1 ; cf an k Inrta
,,i b pMa
fc r 11 work
Unprecedented Rainfall at Ummlh
DanvILUB, July 31 There has been
The I ,
for the collectiofl
of campaign funds; but the greater
ne-itv is of publicitv 0! all elec-
and xiH.nH lut' Muebiiuu u. ui,uS aLCs 101 eu. . , - - ;V .,,.. "Jni :"X:X ne- u ui? :Jlu : hiab water mark and is still rising
1 .1 1 .1 CrOW 11. nail n ut,' w naut iu thfi He2rO S6lJS6.c8S. DUI LUC IWUIOVIOI T. . i r 1 1
after but also government telegrams during the Cbaok ul tharKe of deruty shentr rhilds "vived after wards' and are all right ' bridge iat Cascade on , the Danville
current fiscal year is still unsettled, a, soon as that officer desires. again. The tree was not struck. 1 Xo bridges over Ssndy
I have the honor to request that iiayVt c . 1 Earlv to bed and early to rise Creek. The Atlantic & Danville track
I have been a hay fever sulierer for Makes a man healthy, wealthy and ia submerged for several miles and
three year-; have often heard Ely's wise,"- ' much damage has been done. Several
flam Ralm snok n of in the highest savs the olden-time nursery rhyme, washouts are reported on the irginia
branch thereof terms, did not take much stock in it but we think that- Midland road, between Danville and
, f .l,. mono .xiaob. a. noo h flf V .C1 11 TI n K IfOIIl IDfl lOUDiain OI I LTUtUUUIt, OUU I, Q I 1 1 n lll , D
UOCOUDC Ul LUC mau , iiaui lJ , v a . j . - j . ,
A friend nereuaded me to trv the Balm, health stopped.
I? easily constructed. Ihe press
would bv it.s moat potent executive
A.DV1CK .TO BUTUEIU.
Mas. WwaLow's Soothing Hykcp
should alwaya be used for children
toe thing. It aoothee the child, aoftens
the ami, allays all pain, cure? wind
colic, and is the beat remedy for diar
hu. Tweoty-flva cents a bottle.
partment or any
until oflicial promulgation by the
department of an order fixing the
rates in question.''
This is nothing less than abso
The facts are about these: Some
month's ago Mr. Wanamaker de-
The Dan river is up to the I stock
I ,KII' J -i
I t v.
I i! IV. l.NT OF
t. have ia
ai led, and
m t I lewl
i. i to soe
Trains from Washington nre
aud I did so with wonderful success. Will bring both the wisdom and much-. running by way of Richmond and
F 8 Geer Syracuse. N. Y. longed for wealth," ; thence by the Atlantic Coast I. me
I can recommend Elv " Cream Balm and that fountain is to be found in Dr. 1 Crops of corn and tobacco on the low
to all hay fever sutlerers, it is. in my Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the lands are flooded and seriously dam
opinion, a eu-e cure. I was atliicted world-famed remedies for impurities of aged.
for -5 years, una never t etore louno me Diooa. it cures otiu.uiuun out
permanent relief. W. H Haskins, and Swellings, Skin and Scalp diseases,
Marshrield, 't j-0 Tetter, Salt-rheum and all blood taints.
Beechams Pills act like mau
Botnin !(t Malm.
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