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I 13 K H I:XDEXT IN" ALL THINGS,
To i-m S t..c
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, Al tiUST 15. 1889.
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WILL MlILiflCHJJrS PILLS Off RKUPT OF PRKTE 2o CENTb A
Tut, following named fourth clas
mi OXJ I,0,master9 're appointed List
Wednesdry for North (arolina:
Fannie Wooten, at Fort r.arnwel);
I). M. Stanton, at L.iGranpe, and
Nellie J. Shooter, at Red Springe.
1 II I H tk.KN thousand liepulihcans
have lieeu turned in siisco the ;reat
Civil Si'rviiu Reform .id in in istra
tiin look hold. The two chief
Roodlers, II. W. e ideutly be
lievein the jHilitic.al er . "Tarn the
rascals in." Wilmington Messen
ger. TlIK Fallen wouhl he pleaded to
have wome of our Republicau ex-
Now they i changes explain to as wh the
t carrying f(irm hand, with wat;es at ? 1 per
month, must be taxed, through the
a beautiful tariff, in order that employes in
get r Elizabeth
A MIDDLED ADMINISTRATION. Till: -I WlilMI
The nomination of General liar- Crin.e .o c
i ison as the RepuLlican presidential seldom tli.it ; ;i
candidate iu 1S8S was not a tribute any great intn-.-!
to his statesmanship, but it was an mediate commir.i
t c : i
:;:oa that it is
beyond the im
in which it
''......mally it hap-
'iiMial interest, and
, it: -
NORTH CAROLINA NEWS.
From the State Papers.
Mr. I'.ryan Satterth waitP died on Sun
day night :it Oracobe, where he went
about two weeks ago from thin city, and
where bo was taken ill. He had heen
ng no one woi t h grati
!!;: lFirrinoirs record
if Ni'u i oik are
!e ;ae of economy
iv.iitiiv. N. Y. Star.
o R , i. cans were
acknowledgment ol the latency of takes
a name and ol the necessity of pons tl
carrying Indiaua for the Kepubli- oHVnse
cans such i--
Willi.itn Henry IlartiMHj, the trial,
illustrious grandfather of little The : :, I.n.t i
Renjunin. had done the country woman. 1 w,:li murder of
some set vice, and was held in her hul.i;.i I.iverpoi
gratei;,! i cmemberance by tbe peo- who an- : !... . ; 1 1 1 do not con
pie A'ove all, viewed from a .sid, t '': ' .--r v.-a
The Tarboro Southerner reports three unwell before he left here and had
burglaries in one week in that town. .started home fearing that a p ick upeii
Wilmington Star: Rice planters i awaited him. The funend and burial
aloDg the Cape Fear are discouraged at ' place yesterday evening at I, in
invest an the prospect of another freshet. i home at Washington. Mr. Sattenh-
I.aGranse Sentinel: Mr. I,. I. Her- " a,le W8a a nepnew or uov. i-owle and
ring, who is just from his old home in
was bis executive clerk.
Maybriek Duplin, says crops are almost washed I wa?' Washington where his mother
away, receiving tbe most damage from I ""- , "1 " "ic""
the very heavy rain there Monday ! W9 iht youn Iad ' sfl he wa then
evening. called who was in the buggy with (ien
ri, 3 ,r ... A Bryan (Jrimes at the time he whr bnfim-
(ioldsboro Headlight: It seems to us. .in.i u . j ,n ..
rhse ft" fu wefcan ob8ve in our rambles Fenner B. Satterth wane one of themoB.
7;ViZvL 'a,' , u v distinguished men of Kuntern N-rl,
tively few idle people here at present. nri;m v.:. .. . ... ,
f . . -i, , . . . I vai iji ILin LIB UttV UIJI1 111 LIT W flhlll
made out U,rJltyA Y-1,1 80 boa8t of the firL8t Mr. Bryan Satterthwalto was nnrmd.
w' a wuici y VVJUJ )t 11 y iu I lie
5,000 Lbs. of Wool.
W wilt by yr Wo! wi rT irk
4if for )a (4 t ftorj aci hx r -,- 1.1
1XAU, Puti 0oo!, Pajff j Hob.
a tttll of iamplr f Fiat. Ci i
k..f fhvm vhlaK ran the MlKrai voa
Ml m( jomt wool. Fr patiaar iaformttioa cl!
YV ctiaTK oo t)iOii.ioo to aip yoir wa
i N - A
'. i. ale
!: '.i'cpi ttie women uneasy. TlIK State l'armer's Alliance cf
i i.;i DuMiMi y" ran into and Alabama now in session at Auburn
sAnk the Hloop Ella .May in Norfolk have adopted a resolution declaring
harlvor la: Wednesday morning. "Tha t t he mem hers of the Farmer's
The .-I".;, ,-rew of three were Alliance reiterate t heir determina-
d-own.'d. tion to use cotton bagging for wrap-
1 Hi: aio.i iruieiit of Ex Gover- P'Dg cotton, and will nnder no cir-
g!io-t that plays the gaitar. fctoried may
r. ..re not at j!1 afraid ol her, City Falcon.
........u., .. "n"'"-' i i.e ,-.V" 'i e ev meiiuv Btate. Twenty-seven members have
the 1 )f inoerat ic ranks, and given was in la or nt i e: .o ijuittal. iier been enrolled already,
to the eountrv the first he attoinev. Sir Cn.uies Russell, was Elizabeth City Carolinian: A Chowan
," . , f ,, ., , , . ' , ' man came to town the other day with a , AH '5J
rre.-;di i,t in the bitorv of the Iu?- iintdaiK eu whenever he anneared. mrt in nt .a .a i devastated d
i in : i i There was tiiaeie in his ;md when at !a -!
, , , , , ,- u , at odd spoils and on rainy davs. We'll I "e " V Tu "7
name. rendered it a wiin uilnculty that warrant that he pays his debts and has ee f.ated and the n,ht
Indiana was a doubtful btate, the mob could be prcveiueu from some spare cash. Ltiliza the "old t f
. . . annllnnH n.lnvji.c ' tn meantime
so much m tlnir it wm rfgaraed by assau ting the -fudge m his car- . , J
. , i- , r .u Wilmington Star: A gentleman from
many as tin jnrntnl Matt Ot the riage. Brunswick reports the rice crop above
Cnion. Tueie k a .sentiment iu America 1 Wilmington as seriously injured by the
rATAnf. fQina tktKiVi knnn
Harrisouian piestige and Indiana which id easily excited in favor of planters from giving their fields "the
i nmu'iU1 were notennai laccora in an urniannv wurn.in
the presidential campaign, but they far may have gone astray. , ot h better SK wnf'S
are of but little account in the
administration of the government.
so in Eugland. The fact that Mrs. sooi yield
Mabtick : ati American and her
JoIlNSToW.N, August H.A bi. r.i of
inquiry has been iii every war t in tl,-
appeared, cart load of saddles, and soM them at I devastated district, and yet over , i
verdict was 40 cents each. He said he made them ! rder8 bavenot been called for. There
B eHM i on h 1! 1
cn he inhH i lit-, ! .
clerkri nr,' i r,
paring tabulated Htatementn fr , ,m
which the State Com misoion will 1 raw
deductions to make a basin for (in;il
distribution. Treanurer ThompKon 'b
clerks paid 218 orders today, are
Businees is good, and thuisi- mer
chants who have an eBtablislied trade
are hard at work.
. no matter how la8t hoeing," as the term goes. The
that V i a i taH thia DOriAr. Q.mHn nn-nn
111 . I 'll l w wuu VlilO DUtllVU uuuuoy eveu
The tirt muddle into which hu.sband w.ts an Englishman preia- inz. lihtnin? tr,ir-t th. h.m nf Mr
tory , : s
mm, w .
N armoath to 1 Collector of cumstauces us ) ute
For; ol New Orleans, pplits the MrKiNi.KV, "the high protection Rresident Harrison plunged was diced her case iu an English court
A meeting nf hiiRinu nmn l, la
Salisbury Herald: During the storm j this evening to take mens tow nr,Jn ,l -
i n .
Louisiana high priest of Ohio," is hedging.
He i8 a candidate for speaker, and
! -. , the great tire at havmg lven foremost in the advo-
Fails. 'ash:ngton Terri- ccy ot a high tantr he Cuds it
row estimated at 10,0X,- necessary to declare himself in favor
h insurance for alout one- of a liberal revision. This shows
the account. which way the wind is blowing
3in of the (lebra!d lVarl Shirt.
A Iof of Maion's Fmit Jars just received.
Ia OraJige. INT- O.
1 1 AaI a
2Zz2$Ztlh&ix& Hexlthy location. Eight
tfiochers. Full course in Music
2To extra charge for languages.
A Boarding School for Girls
Ladles, Fall Term opens Aug. 29th.
Catalogue with full particulars address
JOSEPH KINSEY, Principal
Wm.Uainey, of Lentz, setting fire to
the Cabinet muddle. A motion has been made for a gether with' his wagons and farming
Can anv man of intelligence look , nc w trial, which we hope will be implements, and his eotire crop of
at the President and his Cabinet granted: Je l!S!nglllg l Mr"
and not see such incongruity as to 1 That Mrs. Maybtick is bankrupt Washington Progress: We are in-
render harmonious action impos- in her '-haracter is indeed too ap-, formed by reliable sources that the
... , , , , , farmers on the south side of the river
sible- parent, but because she has been in this county have the best crow they
Elaine aud Harrisou are almost gudt ot in fidelity i no reason that have had for years, especially "in that
Tiik H,rr.-on administration on A oenti.BMA who used to be a antipodes, while l'roctor and Iiusk she should be couvictad of murder. w note this factfNews comesti us
thy ipues'iou of c ' v 1 1 .service reform pontmaster, but who isn't woiking are the opposite of each other. The old legal maxim, everv one from Hyde county that the crops are
wuh Lr. KooaeveU in theory, in at it now, wa. at the Ebbitt Honee Hla'ine is broad and
-Practice it is n.i.uestionab.ey with U-1 evening. -So you have tender- Harrisou ,s narrow and self-asser- Pjoj yot
Mr. Ilarr.son -Ch.c-ago HermJd. ed your reaignat.on, have you! tive ; Proctor is a puritan of New Uilj everv reasonable doubt shall 1 here irfifii Iiitin mn man who left
ii v.: hn M Ek.iWeb I. TWykllriend. "No" said he. "I England, lUisk is a Western man, bo g.ven to the accused, seems to 1 time 'ngc , fanded 1 in S.piHe
; havn hm m v n-m mat ion frnlcrril irpo a (hp wiiul.4 that Rwcf-i his havi Iin ilisreerardd. i didn't like that eountrv. Ha wanton
t i n . ia . I n iia ramnaiffn ror " . . " j ' v
Speaker of the national Hotue o1 me."-Washington Post. prair.es. These are butexampks
Representatives he is flocking all I TliK Kichmond Dispatch does us of the personnel of the Cabinet.
t,v himself.-Cbarlotte Chronicle. ! ko-of to P.V our article on We have not mentioned Warw:-
' iyvvd Tkn.nvs N w bo has' Virrfnia Politics, and gives us the maker because he is unicjue, jirc-
ln',et lam'eate "of ' England ( pl-inff a4.urance that ell wdl Bont.ng himself the strongest an-
simo the death of Wad.worth i ! ri-bt ,U the ld 1)oBinion- We UthVfl ,! b'm8i'lf-- Uf,H
was eighty year, old I do not cionbt IE Virginians are al- to Play ( e,ar was .u strange con-
Tuedav. hisnrst U .pprt. ' l to thp demand" of hoDOr 8t W,lh h"
sixty two yearn aeo and right, and fearlesely stand by ; for a t ime he essayed to play the
' thair color liomau, his training sutliced to
A i.i. tbe indications show that a..BulJ, of Kentuckv a llOW s,lit di.ln't fit l.itn.
tinilrrfirm is gaming ground. In! "u , J u Now he ha- :,U .VMv
.... u'. i noancL and says it pays. His last dowD' and " ' 't.
and if he did sav it, he dldu t mean
J lIE tKOl'S.
There is no year ia which the
crops of the I'nited States are uni
: form. Diversity of climate and
ever changing seasons always
causes different results iu different
sections of the country. Even in
in tho same States there is no uni
Iu Eastern North Carolina this
is regarded a di -asti m year, while
: ii i it s i iioTi;, ,i ri! ate i t is
We,t evid.-ii.vs of the fact are posi- contact wM to deliver 100 head at,
t.ve and ov. ru helming. ' ye,r Orleans at fourteen and ajialf
: cent a pound, which would average
AT .Rickson Mis-s la-st Mcrnday.,.. , .
, . 'mm a neaa. nmmgxon
En the face of certain erroneous
rumor that have become current it,
is proper to state that Mr. Carr
has no connection whatewr with
A k irrKN-with a perfect letter H , , :., , r.
A u c viiu uk: ttlltl ID 111 1. vt 11-
sponsible tor its jxjI my and obliga-
Nuiiivan endeavored to seoxirw a
( writ of iiite.ws corpus, bat he wa
re'jtr. rrd to appar lfore thejadge
of JTrion county, and give bond
for h.s appearauoe August 112th,
J. W. STEWART,
Sale and Livery Stable.
marked on it.s face bv its hair le
ia' wh.te was Uorn on Robert
Aden's p!.i.e, two nulea trom K'la
v;lle 1 on the day of Harrison's
i i i:;gr.ration. Savannah Npwf.
m k, ui from Halifax, N. S.,
Aug. I , says :i dispatch to the
Anier c ui , -insul general announce
A m er.'
at Cuyst)oro ol the
h'.mcr 'idette. No
a! at s are given.
Fl Hor tnd Mules always on hand, and will br
41spod of on easy terms.
I kart oo aaad a a amber of Fine Team, that are fgei... '
aJaorraiaatl 8aVdU Hor for both ladit-s jnd gentlemen.
"Jroad Street. -New Berne. N. C.
tions. The papr stands on its
own footing, and is the organ of no
onave the people of Purham.
The Dnrham Daily Globe.
The latest claim in regard to the
sahj is that they have a habitation
and breeding ground absolutely
within the jurisdiction of the
Enited States, and that, therefore,
this government has a right of pro-
tigton Post says prty over them when they escape
(s sol.d for the an,i taken in the open sea hnndreds
a s Eip.Mition at 0 mdes from land. This claim is
e first in a proce-8- hardly less absurd than the preten
sion that BehriDg Sea is a "closed"'
sea. Philadelphia Record.
Fkm a Washington special of
August oth, we learn that ou that
day, Joseph J. Martin was appoint
ed post master at Tarbora, North
grown (jaroLinia, vice Miss Mary Pender,
it : and if he was so understood he
is ready to take back any damaged
goods and make belter bargains
P.ut thr- muililli of this adminis
tration is the EebriDgSea muddle.
It 6cem8 passing strange how any
government can hold the position
assumed by the Harrtson adminis
tration. His England ever de
clared that the North Sea is a
' closed" sea ' Does Russia pre
tend that the Baltic is a "closed''
sea ! Docs Turkey insist that the
Black Sea is a "closed" na ! Does
Great Britain even claim that
Hudson's Ray is a "closed" sea
How does the I'nited States claim
to come back but had no money. This
did not deter him, however, for he
started on foot and arrived a day or two
I ago, having walked all the way back.
I He says graveyards out there are aa
' large as cotton fields here. He could 't
stand such scenery.
Eastern Reflector: Prof. Geo. T. Far
nell of Wilmington has accepted a sit
uation in Greenville Institute. Be is
I highly recommended as a fine scholar,
a gentleman of excellent Christian
character, and a successful teacher of
several years experience. He spent
two years at lrinity college, and after
wards graduated at the University of
Nahvi!le, Tenn. He was Principal of
I'ayboro Academy last year.
Wilson Advance: Talking with sev
eral farmers in Selma Tuesday we were
glad to hear them speak so cheerfully
about the condition of crops in that
section of Johnston county. The corn
crop is all right, and so is cotton if it
does not fair off too suddenly. Tbey
were of the opinion that tbe rains for
the past two weeks ' bad done more
a ;.( .,. o i ' e ' i y
Tcki:: ; ;.e whole territory of the
Union uito consideration, our agri
cultural people have been wonder
fully blessed. The grain crop of
the Western States is larger be
yond precedent, and this too at a i good than barm. The pea crop is fine.
time the grain mm. ply of Europe is ! the outlook is promising.
greatlv diminished. " ! . Greensboro North State: The knitting
b factory building ia now ready for the
But good crops ate not confined , machinery which has been purchased
to the Wetd. The cotton crop of , and ie dau expected. This is an im-
, . . . ,. portant enterprise and we shall be glad
Texas tar exceeds that ot any to 8ee it in operation. Tbe number
former year, while iu Mississippi, ot snows that fall during the winter are
, . , , - said to be deterimined by the fogs in
Louisiana and Alabama crops ol .Amman. p.r.An. rhn ii,.
all kinds are' above an average.
Of Georgia, the Atlanta Consti
tution say s :
Such crops u.s now cover her
soil, or have been already harvested,
have never been known before.
matter over say they never knew it to
fail. So count the fogs and then watch
the snow falls and let us hear the re
sult next spring.
Roanoke News: Two colored men
were drowned on Mr. Capehart's plan
tation in Northampton county last week
termining the liabilities of the S jutli
Fork Fiehing Club for the disaster.
Committees were appointed and funds
will be raised to help mako the nut of
John Tho mas & Sons against the c!uh a
The body of a 15-year old till as
found Dear tbe basinets prt of Main
street this evening. It watt covered
with earth and remarkably well jire
The State Fair.
Secretary Wilson has kindly furnish
ed us with some advance sheets of the
State fair premium list. It will he ful
ler and more carefully prepared this
year than ever before. By way of in
troduction Secretary Wilson says:
The twenty-ninth Annual State Fair
will be a State fair not in name alone,
but in absolute fact. There will be an
exhibition that has never been surpass
ed in tbe South in merit, variety and
the arrangement of its several depart
ments. It is intended to make it illus
trative of the occupations of the people,
and to afford poriitable instruction and
social entertainment. To foster and
advance the efforts of tbe laborer in
every branch of life is its prime pur
pose, and it embraces the work of the
farmer.- stock.-raiser, , manufacturer,
artisan and" inventor as the common
brotherhood of workers.
ThB generous support and kindly
criticism of tbe press which it has en
joy edv it hopes to deserve in future by
a stricter adherence to its duty In
prompting the objects of the society.
Special acknowledgment is due to
the Board of Agriculture for its appro
priation. It is but proper also to ac
knowledge tbe sese of indebtedness due
to bis Excellency the Governor, and tbe
other officers of the Executive Depart
ment, for their cordial co-operation.
News and Observer.
i h, .
eyes i,' ;
for (iv, i
as oi' i
5 4 rk
Opposite i in '
i , ilina
. in the
I ' j.N.
f '-' d wtf
N-r' :. i'ro'.
T..n A :. t r
W .ish'.i: -ton. t
t ' :i that w ill nam Vt at least forty
one , t iflsViie firty two States be
: :e 'tie o intention :s over.''
A: i.-' i n tbe palmy days of old,
o::iy 1 leecher con hi draw the crowds
in Br ex klyc: but yesterday 17,0C0
per.':i-i, each with a full
u; in hi !dy, went out to see remeved. This is a reminder that
a baifgame. Baseball teats Beech- rorth Carolina should erect a
er - Philadelphia Record. monument to Gen. Pender, and see
1 it k. Toronto Globe sajs it would to it that provision is made for his
S. great K'uefit to Canada to family. We don't know how this
a tve a treaty making power of hft lady was related to the General,
R,r. treaty makinir is a pre- bat the announcement that a
to h i I a H An 1 i n cr ccra. tn a m i 1 1 rtav
that I'.ebiing's Sea is a "closed" Her melon patches, orchards and with several others were standing on
. t - a. T-iiuiiorilj Ii'jva Mfililpil thoir uhnn. rrra in o antra m v-i or Kan Kaf nnn mkink
By the act other own Congress, with-
daut spoils, and her 1 rait growers the two men were standing turned,
iii ,-.i.-..f nt incQ than A", nnnnnn throwing them into the water. They
out the concurrence of any other from this source Her wheV crop a"eDJPted to climb upon the logsbut
1IOUI mis eoiuee. no ninn. vio WPrB nliniiArv unit vnn H turn.
power on earth. But this is not has been harvested, ami was ot They then became panic stricken and
all. A I nited States war ship has excellent quality and of large'sank, refusing to take hold of poles
searched a British sealing vessel acerage. Her con, crop is safely which i were extended to them. Their
. ,- made, and it is the best ever grown oodies were recovered,
on the - open sea. True the I ui- oq her boU r,)tton 1S doing ad. News and Observer: Yesterday at
ted States claims that it was ou a mir.vblv, and is rapidly getting be-' 1,16 execuwIeJPcl Ve,ner1 reception
,, . u ' ,' ' 1 t was suspended by the Governor in res-
'closed sea: bat it was seventy yond the danger point with not a pect to the memory of Executive Clerk
miles trom land and no power on signal of distress in sky or ou earth. Satterthwaite. The desk andchair of
nnnnnr .rill, tl.o t'nitwl ' 1 t'n V aiiU ilUUUUiiUCC IClglll all , iir. MWOrVUIHIW w Ol w UTUpCU IU
concur w ith the L niteu ... , f a. n.inii q ,,. i.n iu Anr nr v,a
over lieoi gia. ami tut; sume ui iud V r " - ! ,
Lord rests on almost everv acre of Governor s secretary The death of
. .. ' Mr. Bryan Satterthwaite is tbe fourth
uer sou. ea(i fatality which has occurred among
We cau give no such account of the Milburnie picnic party. Many
t,- , kv.ii, c.n-iini i. r , o t he rs w ho drank the tainted water
this section ot North arolina, but have narrowly eacsped thfl grav6i and
we do not despair. The corn crop it is not yet known where its terrible
i8 not a bad one, and no man at i consequences will end.
-n.l ......,,..,,. frrtT, -Jnanotte news: air. o. i.. jeary, ar
Luia l i ui e oau itti vu.i. 1.11c eutLAjii
States in the assertion of any such
right. It a is question of inter
national law, aud the sooner the
government recedes from her pc-'
sition the In'tter for her honor and
VAN WINKLE GIN" MACHINERY CO.,
COTTON GINS, PRESSES.
FEEDERS I'A CONDENSERS.
Th Tu Wbilo Cotton Gia Machinery
roga'ive of o ereignty, and before
Canada can N-come a treaty mak
ing power she must become an in
riii i;r. is no longer any question
Pender has been removed from
oftlce in North Carolina stirs oar
The Behnng Sea difficulty is be-
But Harrison is self willed
may conclude that he and Wiudom cr0p will be. If weather
can wade through. Mr. Blaine ahl0 and the fall
seems not to have been consulted ; wonderful,
and is represented as looking on to Lot us gratefully accept present
chitect of this city, has just oompleted
is favor- the plans for the new Trinity College
tliPnnf pome buildings to be erected at Kaleigh, and
e Uie out-come jf Mr Leary8 lan8 are adopted the
Trinity buildings will surpass anything
in the State. The perspective of the
main hnilitina, n'nrtwa A IhrAA.alArv
mere is auytuiug 01 mc Blessings ana Iook uoneiuuy 10 tut) etructure with basement, and the de
ew.,biup purpose of coming more complicated.
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CMtm K . . l lim ( t f f m 4
k4'lni e Hi. Pra m.
Tu flit's. Eii ui lickinnr C:
ATI.AM , .
arlance, tbe richest
The Beramer Enisel ;
4k &t iU ii ear , -
PIIILIDELPHIA LAGER BEER,
IS UXQTJX3TI0VABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It is brewed from the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Malt and Laaier Hops, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NTJ
Ts) high rvpotatioo sm.oye.l by : i .- 1'. r'RG N KR A. ENGKL
OMP.NT U dae t th fct that only FINEST AND F.FST
mod thai the greats: SKILL and CARE
are exereWi darin; iu m an o Car rare. j y 4 !.'
tigation of the Pension
lertaken by order of
N-b!e. Ti.c composition
:. t : in) li ry gave
a'. ' i.r start, and
'.: fgr"s of .'s work offers con-
:; r n: at . mi .
IN iv. '. s:
p ket i wealth in the United
S a'e-: ;f r.,,' in the world, is to be
found on the H Qds-in river between
I obb' l'errs and Tarrytown, where
'y three millionaires reside with
1 a distance of six miles, about one
millionaire to every thirty rods.
Tne aggregate wealth of these aa
tts is computed at over f.00,WJ0,
it. Washington Pot.
Ik there was Any sincerity in
these family meetings and interna-
i. nai greetings, the participants Black Dlamond would be obedient
a them and the rest of mankind ; .k rrf;,. k,,i
State Department lett that is
worthy of his attention.
Thk Washington Post publishes
a New York special, of Aug. 7,
which says: J. J. Richardson, pro
prietor of the Davenport Democrat-
The Enited States assumed juris
diction over Behring Sea and com
menced the patrol of its waters to
protect its seal from foreign fisher-
A.w.r, r,.t.r- ti,nr,ii.ronf ( r a a' : t e . ft ii d t c 1 1 v e sc c t a t i v e on the
h.s government. Capt. Sheprad, of Democratic national committee, night.. The meeting resulted in
tbe U. S. revenue cutter Flush, has beeu in this city lor a few days. ;fnew hourB of her dea,h .uch an event 180 profession of religion and sixty
captured the British sealing veeeel He returned recently from a trip was not contemplated Many ask why l"
Black Diamond, and nlacd her through Montana, which he says tn'!i"5 ifnH. mn rn nnlful- to Whiteyille where he expects to have
ru,urtl sign is entirely moaern, witn corner
and center towers, round and square,
...,.. porticos, recesses, etc. The cost of the
i MtJioim.n building, according to Mr. Leary's plan
The sad annoncement of the death of will be g50,000. The building commit
Miss Lizzie Slovor cast a shadow of ; tee will be here next Tuesday to.ex
gloom over the community. So unei- , amil3e the plans.
oected was it that many doubted the ; . . .
correctness of it. For some time past : Wilmington Messenger: A private
i ,, . hca lhaH letter from the drummer evangelist,
her attention around the sick bed had p . . T,nmhrmn A,,rnt
been unceasing, her strength tailed, j thara b.
-The Rev. D. H. Tuttle ar-
. e .:.:. . .- . r-, At -F n rAl i f 1 r'i I rVQTQ'far I i : i;w-u. ,' r-r -, F .Via onn
i under me eommana ot sailing n-koutu- " " v.o.-..v..v,.. , ,y MUi-ur, u ,'UM"8 V " 1 rived in the citv vesterdav evenine
.master Hawkins with orders to take He expresses himself, however, as having come down from Wilson on ten
!her to Sitka, the chief seaport of pretty cert-fin of Montana for the wafted int0 the presence of her God. fnayBWiimmgton ."nd SoSth Jrt!8 "Mr
Alaska. But as soon aa the Black Democratic party in tbe next Presi- May.Gg "0T lU on m , Tuttle has hosts of warm friends here
Diamond was out of sight of the dential election. Of tbe outlook in A Crown of immortality."" ' wnou re "J'L7 d te have him
I Q . , , in their midst, but they will learn with
Rush her officers, disregarding the the other new States he spoke red to the memory of regret that he has decided to leave the
commands of Hawkins, set sail for guardedly, but said he saw no rea- Elizaiietii Kino Slovek. North Carolina Conference this Fall and
. , i . tha n'ni.ci won n.hrpr nf Charles snd Elizabeth K. join the Texas Conference.
me ..auau.au u, muui.-.u 0oiiduc siover Died August 5th, A. D. 1S9, , Chatham Record : We are pleased to
reached there with the Enited not good for Democratic organiza- . . .... f ber agp. learn that the western corn that was
Sea tee oflioer virtually a prisoner.
How came Capt. Shepard to
suppose that the officers of the
tion and victory.
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- 'Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
i. gh: congratulate each other on bM doea uot appear. At all events
erc.es toward peac. out. nratf v,-
IUO illwu ata-Lw aiaoviV U C a C? C Cm T
iu-v .ire only connicuoM t Ara n,. (t u
DUk, lUin HCL i cue UI 1 1-
cxa S.ti, :!. nt what shams and hy- nal Mizare. This government must
;s-r:M,.s the royalties of Europe holu thiit the seizure was proper,
eiy-ie Philadelphia Udger. anJ that the Black Diamond is a
1' mk!. i ;s mother big ettnlus be- fugitive subject to recapture. Be-
:g ' -. from North Carollns. Hides. the Enited Static may de
1 " are :o g,. .state? further rnand the return of Hawkins.
:; 1 ! " a mistake. They The whole affair ems to have
','! ' r, !.;;,. ; hemselves throah been managed badly, and will pre-
tiie N rt ii and Northwest. I t as cipate a settlement ot the contro-
many go as w:!l. even to hundreds versy. 'e trust that the affair
!' thousands, but if they are wise will show the need for a careful
.,- . t1! not pile into the Southern consideration by both nations, and
m i-.en I'he talk is that over 7,'.- that an honorable and amicable
" ' Wilmington Messeti- 8oIution of the ditVicuIty
' r eaehed.
nlanted in this county is growing much
Miss Slover for many years was a better than was reported, a few weeks
MivvviniiH Rnecial to the member of the Presbyterian Church, an ago, and that it will make a better crop
A jlNN.il OLIrf special to tnt earnegt worker aa a sUDday school ! than was then expected. A protract-
News and Observer says: John S. teacher, an active member of the Fe- ed meeting was held last week at lite
i.i.-i.,,i.,,i ,h. nl,l-af and male Benevolent Society. In her duties Pleasant church, in Baldwin township,
Bfae exhibjted remarkable zeal and at which quite a large number or con-fl
wealthiest citizens of Minneapolis ,,-,.,.,-. versions were made, though the fre-
vostprdav discovered that foreeries On Tuesday afternoon a large num-! quent. rams made the congregation
yesterday discovered mac iorger.es, fli(!naB assembled at the resi- smaller than they would otherwise
to the amount of ?2b, 000 had been : dence of her falher to pay the last sad have been. On last Friday our es
committcd in his name, by J. Frank ' solemn tribute of respect to her mem-; teemed countyman, John M. Mclver.
i , j perviced were conducted by Esq., of Gulf, narrowly escaped being
Callum, of Kockwootl o. Lallum, at- hJ u Llr Vass, 'and her remains killed by a flash of lightning. The
tornevs of that citv. taken to Cedar Urove i emetery ana ugptning siruca ice ena oi vm""""
M K. PAKNELL'S health is broken, -'Thou'rt gone to the grave, but 'twere
wrong to deplore tnee.
When God was thy ransom, thy guar
dian and guide;
He gave thee, and took thee, and soon
w id restore thee.
Where death has no stin. since the
Saviour has died. '"
N'ewbern. N". C. O.
His physicians have advised him to
go to the South of France and re
main there until nxt Summer.
The seventh annual fruit fair of
the North Carolina State Horticul
tural Society will be held at Wins
ton on the I'lst and 22nd instant.
nine Droiectiner from his store, and ran
along Che pipe into the store, bursting
tbe pipe and ehockiag for a few mo
ments Mr. Mclver wko was near. It
was a close call, and we heartily con
gratulate Mr. Mclver upon his fortu
nate escape. There seem to be more
fatal flashes of lightning this summer
than we ever before heard of.
Raleigh News and Observer : No
death which has ever been anoouncde
in Raleigh will carry more sorrow to
Beauty Without Point.
"What makes my skin so dark and
My cheeks were once so smooth and
I use tbe best cosmetios made,"
Is what a lovely maiden satd.
That's not the cure, my charming Mis.
The doctor said "remember this:
If you your skin.would keep from taint.
Discard the powder and tbe paint.
'The proper thing for all such ills
Is this," remarked the man of pills:
"Enrich the blood and make it dp re
in this you '11 find the only Cure."
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery will do this without fail. It has no
equal. All druggists.
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Mr. Cades Invention
The readers of the 'News and Obser
ver will remember reading in its col
umns a few weeks ago of tbe successful
test of Rev. Mhr. Baylus Cade's invention
for telegraphing to and frooi moving
trains. The News and Observer at the
time sent out by Associated Press a full
account of the invention and its success
ful trial here. It was heralded all over
the world, and appeared in all the lead
ing papers. It is now announced that
the invention has attracted great atten
tion, and that the parties in New Vork
have purchased one thirty second inter
est in the stock of tbe invention for
$10,000. It looks as if it is destfned to
prove a valuable possession for Mr.
Cade. We wish him success with tin
enterprise. News and Observer.
TlIK 1.WAI.1DS HOPK.
Many seemingly incurable canes of
blood poison, catarrh, scrofula and
rheumatism have been cured bv 15. B.
B. (Botanic Blood Balm), made l v the
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, G;i Write
to them for book filled with convincing
G. W. B. Raider, living seven miles
from Athens, Ga., writes: "For several
years I suffered with running ulcers,
which doctors treated and pronounced
incurable. A single bottle of B B. B
did me more good than all the doctors.
I kept on using it and etery ulcer
D. C. Kinard & Son , To wal ia. ( .a ..
writes: '"We induced a neighbor to try
B. B. B for catarrh, which he thought
incurable, as it had resisted all treat
ment. It delighted him, and continu
ing its use he was cured sound and
R. M. Lawson, East Point. Ga..
writes: "My wife had scrofula It. yearH.
She kept growing worse" She lost her
hair and her skin broke out fearfully.
Debility, emaciation and no appetite
followed. After physicians and ntinier
oua advertised medicines failed, 1 tried
B. B. B., and her recovery was rapid
and complete. "
Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md.. writes:
"I suffered from weak back and rheum
atism. B. B. B. has proven to bo the
only medicine that gave me telief. "
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Force is of no use to make or
preserve friends. Excite them by
yoar civilities, aud show them that
a - ; .1, :-, 1 1. n ii,,,;.
you ueoiic uuiuiug muic iumi im-n mr n-,
happiness; oblige with all your soul Woil
that friend who has made y on a
present of his own.
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ARE YOU SKEPTICAL!
If so we will convince you that Acker t- t
English Remedy for the lnngs is supt nor
to ail other preparations, and is a ,mi u l
cere for all Throat and Lung Trimbles. ; jw,
Croup, Whooping Cough and Colds. e
guarantee the preparation and will nive ti
you a sample bottle free Sold l y It.
Berry, New Beine, N. t".
Many a cake and batch of bread
are mined by slamming the oven
door. A maker of celebrated
sponge cake will not allow any one I-,:m'iw
to touch the stove or walk heavily L""1'" "
across the kitchen floor while the it ii:
sensitive compound is baking. ,,nr g..,,
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ADVICE .TO MOTHEHS,
Mas. Wisblow's Soothing Sykcp our people than the one which becomes
aVinnld alwavs be used for children the News and Observer's painful com-
n,T,,,Tilth!iJhppn nn! tthinr. It soothes the cnua, sortens mission to announce tuio uiuruiug.
thA cums. auayo a" uaiu, .mo, v. iijvi uuv
Fnwln last nicht received a tele
will Ih to the scene of the seizure iu beh- .H' ia ,hB beat remedv for diar- eram from his brother Mr. J. L. Fowle,
w.., - . -.t .u.
hoea. Twenty-flve cents a bottle.
of Washington, N. C, announcing that stle bv Ii. N. Duffv
BkKUb'i Arnica Halve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Oats, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively' oures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to J. ,
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Prioe 35 oents per box Kor
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