..war. - -
e ! 11 ! m i - .,..- '
umm aa r e m i i. o
M I'm MMM.
Kissi.1 city, Miv.'un, An l'. ami n.Uuto lnui ()'!' rr.il. whose
Tbe storm which Aael over the ('oDreiW.on.il c.ireT is ,m noi,orto
Mtaaoari Valley MonU. night L9 the State ol Jefferson, M i l -on,
tha mot diaiafroas known in this liiuddlph and Ueor.
sAxJTaS mkm bea coarirtM of
MtS. M AYBRICKS deal attLeOC?
fca ba comaati to iapcuoa
. uat for lit.
XaOUt, ta alajar 0 Tarry k
beta nlal by mmbm aorpos
procdiaa u hot ai libarty.
Ui. Tvbbt kaa aaoairad a war
rant for th arret of JaJf Fll
aectioa. Orar twenty person -H is
aid, were killed by lightning, and
the damag in mimiU killed, ruin
ed crop- and wa-thoata will run up
to over half a milium d,!l.irx
Sr'-i.il to News and Observer.
H'TII rifi iio -i nature lunde
them, and, bwi a aul.ke . t j I un
eiaJ, thy were uot made to live
together id the same coojoj units on
Utrmt of equality on any groti :'d
Toe political party which 1ia ora
afid confusion In the South ls re
poa.bJe for every riae coo diet in
We regret that n i unio iw
the platform in full. W must
content ourselves, in this ii-npeet,
with th- following extract as pub
lishrd in the Norfolk I.iiidiu.irk:
o'.h. 1 lie party renews its ad
herence to the principles and policies
on the tarirT and internal revenue
so often enunciated in the pi. it form 8
oi State and National Conventions
ol t be Democratic party and sus
tained by the vote of the inviple at
the polls, and estHMally dos it in
aial upon the irunieliate atolition
of the tax npMi toharco and fruit
lb. The lVtuoratir party ol
lie w.i- a :n m ot .--'roii pa-ions,
with no li -pcrt tor the lawexi-ept
when Miuiil h,s purpose. His
attitude was always that ot lie
t:ancev to tic regular aut horitie.-."
"A ::i in cannot go through life
delving tin- law v;th impunity,
even in the West, v it hou t soon er
or later in ut i n some one equally
roads to settle d stuites Uv torce.
the South, and it alone is blind to
EA aewttocy to the ktliiajr of her th? folly and hopelosaneaa of it irginia favor a complete reniotie
a ,ri .,h- ci..,i.,f 'Uation and frev coin.iK- of sd
Qua. D. II. Uui aaa baa cooj- Newa and Conner,
polled by eicaneaa to nmig hui The President i certainly b
position aa Praaklent ot a ooilegw mg a very bard time ol it in h s
at MillrfdtafiU, Ot. diatribatioa ot lederal patronage
Thb cooneU la ta Iowa StjUe a ltl utb. lo the flrat plw,
Sth. N1 e are in lav or of a law
requiring the agricultural mstita
tion'' of the Stat' to ! placnl
under the ixDtrol of practical tar
mers. 'Jth e recommend a revision
h . iiT i i.i . 1 iiat l.e
str-;- passions" is
. , ..i .i i 1
ut t iiat lie nau
; he i a v fi,'t-il w hen
il l in'' ' is not true.
Alabama in the pi line ol
iboity ami a
line ;n a
' : i - c
Paaitntiry bare J qiiwij froai tir" are, of courwe, : iajt ten of the law imposing taie ou land,
troog applicant !of every p,w1ble t wun m iu rrnr u oi
that e.v-h aniiMntnjent',,,,JuV uurj w-.-
mane nine uuirr enucn lor me" ,,,,,, vv. . nn.l.irmi i n.
rnidenl' policy, and yourdiap- tnotic and jndicioia administration .rt
poiotetl Southern oflicesker l an , of Governor Kitr.hngh Ix. tm:t
... -..'I. - I ..t.
..lwlv ,m,-,imfnrtiM. ,.n,1' Hill. 6 WlieTB lU.ll IIHMI uu
, t i . ., , were disabled in the service
Uiu.cti.i ami .o orai uj.
570 to 21'). Iowa ii not
a RpaWao Stat aa oni to cncy. o
be. Wilangxoo Star.
WaiT appear to ba aa .Bior
aot inrntioo kaa noentfj ba
aiade pabiic ta PVilUp. WU., It
la ao itM taaa taa pcaetieaJ and
hiap Osa of watar aa tumL
So paprt aravaliac taa kil
ling of Ttrry a party qaaatleo. Jt
ta doc a m attar of IVmocraUc and
KpabCt-aa ditTernc. Ilota J adgr
Fiokl nl Jadg Trry wr Dcao
Ski'ji'iED'-t KJixir naka lato :a
aigaid-aac ta coaipaxiaoa with lb
alinr oor N'ortara frtaada a'J Southern
aa a beahag balm for ta ertaie of
auinier. -Tha dead dof, wa-i a
Ncr lc oar br(ara orer tb
border bead il taatr orwa to
ta eWUoa of Ukiaay aaJ throw
aa aalaacow of Vixgiaia'a Sacrrl
Soil on top of la traitor Maaoae.
Jfawa ao4 Obaarrar.
TUB DaoaoaraXa af
do not t.rt . niall relndliou iu
bia Jiatrk i ia pretty certain,
throagh the gea- of hm CoofrfM
cnia, to make hit il.appouitment
vry slurplv frit Iwl'ore the ad
m i n nit ration hejrs the l.iat of Dim.
Ia"ri 1 of dtrmginemag liepubb
fjiiani i i tne South i 'reaiden t 1 1 ar
rnon hi:mp'y ijivrii it jioulier
wrench ever? I; ie he h made a
! n t m fn t Pro v ule n ce
'lKil5ia has it K.chmond Dia
patrh, S.iuth ("iru'.iQ baa the
Charleston Norhl nd if excellent
State daring th late
con 11 1 1 W be
tweeu tne atat-ei auu t;.e w hiowsoi
thce who loet their lives in such
service are deserving ol aid and
protection, and wo favor ach IiIkt
al apropntions within the revenne
ol toe State a will tend to this
l'Jth. W hile earneolly 111 favor
of reforming the tariff upon Mist,
conservative and economic princi
ple, we rcognie that the isue
and conditions which confront ua in
irginia in t he imjendiDg contest to oppon
are of immeasurably more imKrt laws ol
ance than tariff reform or a reduc- to;ils (,(
linn nf KiVilcral Laiitmn. 1 m Vrt.lllt 1 .
. - , , ,
i :s tee mildest .anguae :n
;u'e to ,I.id e-t. Terry t hat w e
m i.:, .:. ,;ny ne'.v spaper at t he
U ; : list to the m ,:ti who
hot down I k e a dog a lew
io ;:, l
w as a man i t -
not to be deli let
no respect tor t
it suited h;
man htiotl, a law v -r 01
ailtl a ejeii ' le::i an ; 1
He went t
ne w held . b;i a s a
ot his p., a
theatre i !
Address: n .; i,. .1.
of his profession
on the Supreme '
and such w as hi,-
;.i!it ..s ; , i .:
s I'rUll IToiesM
pjl I tlt'.l 1 OppOl.e U t .
said that Terrv was
man on the Supreme Court bet
of ( ' ihloruia.
How was it that he teh Irc-ui Lis
iuli t state, and came to be '
for tht' aei.m ; 's l i.het J He was
a 1 leinoerat : a S t ,r es r ; gh t s llemo
cra : a inl a So n : In r ii man. i :i the
tier i pol .:..i ! 'iiitVs in al ; -forma
Tei r ,! a leader ot daunt-
it w .;
vv he I
..is ; ; s , o i . ; a :
- liece.ss,ir. .n
le ot Jud-e F.td
I'tt ; ..: it !
he '.vis u:...;
p:,:i, .,n :.:
; : was i., .o tii i .
Cede: ul C '.
. let !i
. d ..lo
: . " on
vv in n
1 err v
its ( !
a t e s
li bert it
eon n ; i .
C. . . :
tf the jieop.e. but never
is it proclaimed :n thjfi
l:a; : he e: itmnai e,de th.it
on the c.t.en is not
i -: oi li the mist and through i
lei.rly seen though far away,
Mauds the lictht-house toweling hiiTl.
i 'inting upward toward the sky,
1 'ieri inj tbrouh the midnight daik.
ieetls a ray to greet our bark,
l'aves a patli for it to keep
!!.uldo a i uiul acrOb.- the deep.
St . 'i in :md w ind may roar in vain.
Whilst the demons of the main
Ai, unite in angry strife.
' oiii.st the fragile vessel's life.
Ibavely stands that single light.
In the grandeur of its might.
. l.e.s its duty, does it well,
T. lis tho tale it has to tell.
belonging to the
i t ill!
u ' as ,
: . en : e r
i - :
i ; a ,
e i esc to a
nit o t I ' a
can; : n r
. ' rein
loiial r.v i:l.s ami
V. veil 1 '.: o.!ei lek
lie one uj.iest
i the ' tlei al oil; c i al .
.s coinpt tel.t lor the l etleral
t: in i ; t i o arm all oib ' r with
nt v to s1(,,,r down anv man
dissents 1 1 run ; ' - decision,
- c ,r.t tnp' ii of its au-
v.and, unarmed, assaults one
s ( fh.-ials. ; hen ! solemu
ni m ay be sou ' o ed . loi i i bt'r
Aiih ii s .11 .mi fid 'I ( ulnpcilia.
Volume . 1 Alden's Mamfo'd
' '.. .; i i ; i a ' :: . ludes t he t It It s t : . u.
I'lurtu i'.i' to Ci.dv .inism. Follow
ing' the same cei.i ;.il lines as its
pi edi cessnrs it is. i u some respect s.
a in ii ked advance upon the in in
solid worth. We notice with
pleasure the l.ire number of prac
ti. al tcpii-s whtt'h are Heated, and
the t hoioiighness a Till accuracy with
which the h ive been li milled.
Tuere :s also the same thorough
tie.it in en ' o f se: etr i i: c niaVrs and
There is n unbelief.
'A'hocvci plants a seed beneath the s-.d.
And waits to see it push nway the clod,
I le trusts in (lod.
A hoeve'i' says, when clouds are in the ky.
Be jTitient. heart; light bieuketh l,v and
1'rusts the Most High.
'Ahor'.ei- sees, 'neath vvintei's iield nf
l'he silent harvest of the fiinnc jt.c.v.
1 lod's power must know.
in e v.r i;es down u In- c. .uch t. . -!e. ..
' "iitent to lock on h s. nse in sinnih. i
: n. . a s t iod w ni keej..
V !: ver says "To-mono "The In
known.' "The Future.'
I i lists that nower alone
.lies u i.s. i vv n .
on vv hen l he elid-l-ii
life has only v . 'es.
iia' ur al! v bel-mg o
O: her p-ibb.shers h ive detu
; he possibiltt v ot m ikin e
elaborate c v ch c n .
inv.ilu ib'c tor professional men, but
far iifo'n1 rlio r;:ri"e of ord ' n ary li fe.
- T 1 v and
And dares t live u
'i''W s cuu.e.it kiiow.s,
And day by day, and night, unci'iisciuusly
I lie l.eait lives by that faith the lips deny
'' kn. aveth "why.
Saved iu Time.
The oid and curiously- paradoxi
cal advice, "lie bold, lie bold, 1,6; The Stock of General Hardware, Cut
not too bold' is sorely needed atjiery, Locke, Hinees, 8awB, Saddlerj.
some cries ol our liv es Irving I Cart Material, Wall Paper, Paint, Oil,
Montagu, an Fiiglish war ai tist, j Glass, ShoveU, Hoe , Fork. .Iron Pipe
says that he spent a reat deal of" and Fittings. Iron. Steel, &o., Ac, also
":"lhH::.ai':V Xe', Cu.Ur.tor., Farm M.cbio.rr,
" , fe -y.e, 1JC1C uc Cotton 0inR Ao
euvei tu innumerable canvasses wicn
ambitious copies of great pictures.
j On one occasion several art fin A lion Xr
students were strolling with me miCU (X OU.,
! about the deserted passages of the wi" be ' loed out during the nrxt few !
I house, when I, being of an inquisi-: weeks nt VEkV X)'ff PUicks.
'tive turn of mind, penetrated what1
(seemed to me a dark, capacious All persons indebted to ieo Allen &
1 cupboard. JLhe others instantly 1 Co., by either note or account, are noti
! shut the door, which fastened with tied that payment munt b made at an
! a spring, and ran off to continue early day. Indulgence cannot be
tueirworK in ti,) galleries. Tuns
imprisoned, I remained patient
ODongh at first, but when a half-
hour had i l,i sed, the situation
began to pal: on me. and 1 set about
finding ouie me ms of exit.
I commenced by slowly feeling
and pushing against the walls round
about mo. Greatly to my relief,
the back part of my prison house
proved as flexible as if the paper
of the adjoining room was only
strained across it ou canvas.
An idea struck me: nothing coffld
be easier than to take my penknife
and cut a slit, sufliciently long for
me to slioi thronrrh into tht. imvt
'f ' ie;t?, .... .. '7", Vt. !. ..T.W.2 HOUHE8 AND LOTB
n'iu uucui, m ilu iui. j n urjici'i ui l iu ; ui i , oconp ed as aw el lings.
escape. I was just on the point of 1 0nuA'av"n htok" waki?hoo8k
making a rent in the canvas, when ; n. r- kk'kk moke and dwelling
I heard footsteps, and a cheery j Cocig"AVKN kt occopied b, k.o. k.
Voice Without exclaiming: i. A fuU ''escrlptlon or thii valuable propr-
oni, I H;,v .1,1 f..ll,.J , IU elhlr.w"h lh! best .term, upon which
") u"j j w'u jiitjvT, w i lijvi L ouiuc Will BO 1Q
( I)ltlllr ifDl
BUf? 1 d wtf
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
As agents for owners we offer tor MJ on
'"! ftcoommodftting terms the follow
ing d escribed improved Keal Estate In the
CUy of Neir Berne:
. No ' WHAKK PROPERTY AT UNION
Peil NT ; includes the piece ot laud known aa
"THE ISLAND," and the wharf or roadway
leading thereto from East Front sueel
Also, water space now being filled In. Th
location Is the best in the city for all mum
facturluB purposes, whlla iha largest oiaft
visiting our waters have ample depth of
water for loading and unloading at the
."MO. i. I WO HOUHEfl ANO I XYTH AT
I I i ha fiiTntaKfi
still t We'd forgotten all about YOU. .?.a"" lo.tn? nnderslgned atihelrofflce
. "'uui r i on t hl r l.
I his is almost too much of a joke.
: o vv t: ,
u'JMJ i i 'iirage.
a.s thoo inetions. are, l.very
tQSine5.v mtrewt of the State,
competitor the New and Courter. every nonal interest, erery pohti
In rfeorgi. mere i the AtJaiiulcal lntortvut, demands thai Uu
, ,, 0 t, DemtH-ratic partv, the party of the
( ooititation and the S-iraanah ' 1 , y - , ' J i
i people, Uie prty of iaee, c,0d
News, in Alatiam, the Birming ortier nd cock! rovernment. which
baai Ajfe Herald, anid the Adom KaJeJy and wifvelj oonducted the
Vtrclai. 1 uq Hot lUiaf. and iq Louauna. the iTOvernment of the SUt through the
t o t ! i e
: i . . i
ii i "...
II .in i ;e i 1 1 l.e i i n
the t .me ai.il under t !.
fltanee-s that he fotiglr.
!ei U'ri . at
i e w o u 1 d
I . i l i a. . ft. rt
eoaiioa fti Biek-oosi, b(t i Orin Ti me- IVmocrmt. irJ ID " irouwrwinr n m.-o iu
. - 7 . ' . ... , . , , , i nut. shall b contlnneHl in power.
M.taG.p.m.lMeKii-jlortTliQ the 1..C could b rootioaed S e ; t()e ,publlcan 1 party
GwTsrnor, I. Uo9 TjtsK lor LJn. I ao tu every isoQinerri iaie ia men i a party of lx rule; aa a
Qoror, aaa R- Taj lor Sootl for
ESTBTSItsnc aaxBioy la la
d4(irniiaoa lo i a diet a Watr.ko
dwft m MAoa BpbsieaaUai
tiaficUritttl jetrdaj procl
imp ot im DiDOcraii CoTctioo
t ViCisuk. Nov York Star.
ATTOT QUIIIL MlIJJUl
baa ba laterrWveO rlUr to ta
a&ooiia; ot Jm4fr Ttrry by dpty
NacK aad b txpr Ik opiates
tkaa tbm aaooHaf vaa jaaUHaW
komicii. WUn mow u protM
'tiao for las) rlUamaf
Pt. CHisxxa Vxrrrr Ja. ol
Nw Eera aaa bema appoiateJ a
mtmbt ot Imm Board ot Pabiic
Cfearilioa and aaa aeeaptad. Dr.
W - T f IT 1
torn, mad J. P. Saw-jar aava alo
- aoggytel poatCaiiaa oa tao Board.
W a ax rd j1, aad if taoy can
ataad tao racket Ut Uoaa pot ap
taotr groat riof naatar BHIj Ma
kooo. Tao Stata of Vlrfiaia ia
DomocraXJe bj 30.000 lf wm preoa
tao iaaoo oa trao DoaocrmUc pria
eipioa, aad Uai ia joat waaX we will
do RicasKtad TiaiM.
Mb. Drsi toiJa ml friaada ia
Daraam that kia aooao will not aell
oat foe are BiUioo doalara aitaoaf a
tiy baro rcotrod aack offer aa
reported, for tkoj woold aot kaow
vbat to do wita tho snoaoj. Tbey
koro to aiia a oi dlioo apioco and
kacp ap th boaiaecM (or poadiof
Cat.iFOKM t a and ita Jadiciarj
mo to too froot jfjotardaj Terry
waa killd for aaoaoiUag Jadfe
KuM, and Jadgw Pierra t San
Dico tu aaoC by a oowboj be
naaae bo bad rendered adiaCaatafal
optaloa ta a diroreo raao. New
York World. laCahforala Lapmojf
( 7 fi of tbo Nw( rules) la ooover
atioa , seter to say a thing
which any of the company nn
rea.c biy wi.h we had raiaor left
aaaaid. Nor can there aaythio
b well mem coatrary to tbo eo.U
for whien p9plo meot toWthr than 'M,Vrr)
to ptirt ansatlJilei with each other
or thm.eirc. wift.
S-he of oar conteaiporarioa write
ot N.tTada aa -a dying iStato." In
poto: ofTaci, thla bat faintly de-
rnbe.4 the playod oat material coo
dittoo of lhat "rotten boroafu ot
oor poiitiai ystom, aad which, un
lea m plan for breatalag Into
ita body aad member! aa ailorathar
bow hi bo aroiTwd, maat akortly
giro ap tho gkoaiV Chicago Newa.
The New York WorU aaja ot ih
largely lacraaaod vote La Kaatacky
at the. receat aJoctioa; 'Tao Doaio
i ...... .
erauc party ia ive a (oca y (aai we
believe erery w hero eiao) ia atroa ger
witkoat too feorai offico-koiders
tkaa it ta with them." Thia will be
ioily deaoaatratod by tao roan It of
tao Virginia. eiectioo ia Norember
BXKU Ang. 15. All aoeooata
of tko eiporioaanta with aaaokeleoa
powder at the Spaadaa ban tight,
eooc-ar in aayiag that no anoke
waa tuiU at a dtataaoo of 300
jarda, and thai ao too ad waa hoard
bojood a alight tappiag. A aXraage
ad't waa prodooed by tko apeciaclo
of a largo aiaoa ot troopa La lriag
pooitioa aeoatiagly laaetlre bat raJ
tj poartng forth m deadly lit.
Wi coagratalato tke Faraiar'i
Alliaoce oa tho aloctioo of oar old
tiooeti with the discouraging excep
tioa of North Carolina. Here we
have no nrrto tatire newspaper
that will compare to tboae mention
ed aa the joornalialu: eipooeotA of
the State named, and in New York
newspaper office it baa been aaid
that there ia not journal in North
Carolina the name of which could
bo read iiyq not el. larbam Globe.
Very modeat, and itrikingly nolqae.
Is the killing of David S. Terry
yeeterday California derive a eab
taaliai benegt. Hrom Ibe day of
hi entry la to that tate Terry baa
been a tarboLent and menacing
citizen. lie represented the tg
gTeaaive pro alavery element which
endeavored to dominate the State
back ia tbo flftie. He fattened a
quarrel npoa the gallant Broderick,
cha!engBd him and killed him with
deliberation and premeditation.
Of Late years be qaj been a disap
pointed, deaplaed man. lie allied
himself to a depraved courtesan in
the hope that be might share the
mil bona of Senator Sharon. Foiled
by the coart his venom and rualute
wore duecteJ against Judge and
lawyers who bad sic! between
him aad the realisation of his hopes.
In view of his marderooj instincts
and hi threat his annual; y eater
day npon Justice Field justly merit
ed the intervention of the Coiled
State Marshal who trcvHIed with
the Jaatice in the capacity of esoort.
The killing was apparently justifi
able. New York World.
Yirg-.nia b.n .iin sot before- her
sister State a splendid example of
party harmony, and devotion to
The Convent. on thjt waa recent
ly held in Richmond waa t he large t
gathering of the kind that ever
ol sectional strife; as a party of
high t-xe, of corrupt and extrava
gant expenditurr of pablie rev
enue, of anjat and oppreAsive
treatment of th people of the Smth
ern StAtee; the creator of trusts, the
promoter of monopolies. Vo op
pooe the KepoWiean party its
stirrer up of strife between the
race; as a faUe friend of the color
ed raco and an enemy of the white
race, and we confidently submit the
claims, principle and cindidatoa
which we present to the judgment
of an enlightened and patriotic
aa.emblel in Virginia,
and from ita
Iie, it waa
commencement to its
character; red l v n '
and reo! a te act . n .
There wan eirnetnes.4 id the
idvix-acy o! tLe cla.ms of the
an delate, but, when the
ueci.tion or rue lonvenlioo wa
reached, it u unammoaaly su.s
tamed, and will i t enthusiastically
Tbe Nortoin l.m dm i.-k. nf Ust
The nominations are revive
with a.s genuine eothnsusm by the
member of the Convention as any
that could have been mode."
Captain McKinney for Governor
will add greatly to the treih of
the party in the bia. k count ie.
which for a nam ber ot years have
deoired a man from their own ranks
on the State ticket. Major Tyler,
of Palaaki, I.ient. tJovernor, will
pleaae the Southwest, and gratify
(he membem ot tbe Farmer's Al
liaoce, waoac candidate he wa
understood to be. Col. Scntt of
Fanqaier, for Attorney-General, is
ooe of tbe ableat lawyers in the
State, and bia large rote from all
part of the Common wealth atteet
bis widespread popularity.
It is an honor to any man, under
any ei ream stance, to receive a
nomination for Governor from a
Democratic ton vent ion of Vir
Tbe nomination of (ptain
McKinney is signalized by hi
triumph over distinguished com
petitors, the least of whom waa
ortby of the cove tod distinction.
Amoog tbeae were Tteirne the ac-
frieosl Mr. Kliaa Caxt, of Kdga- compliabed gentleman, fearle
cooabo, to bo pre ideal of tko great j e1itor and uncompromising Demo
ergao ixa lioo He ia a fn in of erat, Tyler, the abU- representative
advance! Uoaa ao4 owaa oao of of an lUattnoa.s house that throagh
THE kILLIM; OK Jl'IMiK TKKKV
Tbe miserable spirit of tho North
will now be displayed in tryiug to
make it appear that therv is no law
in that laUUide against the killing
of a Southern man. It will be
satisfactorily demonstrated that it
ia no offense to Bboot through the
heart an unarmed man, if his name
be David Terrv. News and Ob-
This is a bold aociwation. Is it
juatifled by the facta T However
much we may deprecate the reign
of sectionalism, we must yield to
the inexorable logic of fact-s aud
admit that it dominate pmblic
sentiment in the Northern States
of this l uion.
Jadge David S. Terry was shot
and killed by Deputy Marshal
David Nagle at Lat-hrop, California,
on the 14th of August.
Justice Field ha narrated
the following particulars of the
s hoot rug :
"I can tell you the story in a few
words. For tbe last few months
all manner of reports, both
public and personal, have
reached me that Judge Terry
threatened to subject me to some
indignity if he should meet me.
Thia fact caused the United State
Marshal to provide such protection
a he could during my stay in this
State. When I started, for Los
Angles to bold court Deputy Nagle
accompanied me. He seemed to
be a quiet, gentlemanly official,
though I only met him twice while
away from Lo Angle. He asked
me, in that city, when I intended to
return, and accompanied me, taking
a seat in the sleeping car opposite
to me. We heard this morniDg
that Judge Terry and bus wile
were ou the train, but paid no at
tention to the fact. When we ar
rived at Lathrop we entered the
eating station to get breakfast. I
took a neat ;U the end of the table.
N agle sat on one side of me. Terry
and hi wife came in the room soon
after. As soon as she saw nie she
went out of the room, a I afterwards
learned, returning to the car for i
her saebel. Jndm Terrv roe. and !
I BnnrvMul fA rr.ll.-tr h.r I rwr.e.i.1 nf Hindi
how i .line Ti rry involved in
.lVe-iil:;.' wrh .In-lee Field '.
The f.ifts have been much distort
ed. As we un ierstand them they
a re aUuil t he.-e: .1 nd
Irv inir a e.w in which
was greatly mteie.-ted. Something
occurred that otTendetl her and she
impulsively gave expression to her
feelings. .I.idge Field ordered her
to be taneii from the court room,
aud as the otlh'er approached her
Judge Terry said no man shall
lay violent hands on my wife," and
for this, Judge F.elds sent him to
jail for 6ix months.
Fvcr since then it has been a
Common saving, ferry will get
even with Field" but i is not pre
tended that he threatened to take
thelile'of Judge F.eld. He was
uot ..Iter him. All lit it Judge
Field apprehended was an iudig- j
nity ii they happended to meet, ami
for this Terry was murdered.
It is fa t ber stated that protection
was accorded to Justice Field by
authority ol I'nited States Attor
ney-General Miller, who telegraphed
Irom W ashington to the Marshal
of the district to see that the person
of the Justice was protected at any
hazard. What a spectacle! A
citien shot down, a I'nited
States Marshal the murderer, and a
Justice of the Supreme Court aud
the Attorney-General accessories!
in the Manifold.
o m ike lor a l. w price a cy
1 : a which s h ,il 1 st-r ve the iu eds
of the great ::im-m::v of scholars
and also be especially suited to
meet the everyday wants of the
masses of reading people. The
mereli mr, mechanic, farmer, gard
eio-r, and laborer, as well as tho
student and the college graduate,
can here find a vast amount ol
1 1 ea'ed iu this
that Food and
lges: Force, 1-
ages: 1- iingi.-') pages:
pages. There art
(.ettinsr Ahead or the Old Man.
A good story baa never been told
in print of royal Reuben Wood,
that genial friend to everybody,
whose death was so widely mourned.
e was a true son of good old Izaak going to be shut
thousands ol lopa
vol ;i me we n. it :ce
Drink have '. ;
pages: r uei.
also biographies oi Hear Admiral
t'oote; Archibald Forbes; J'.ejamiD
Field was Fran klin:Geueral John C. Fremont:
Mrs. Terrv James A. Froude: Robert Fulton:
Galen; Falileo: and many other
eminent men. The pronunciation
of the words is another prominent
and useful featun especially in
the case of proper names. This
important work can be had ol
booksellers of agents, or will be
sent by mail jirtjmiil for only CO
cents a volume in cloth or 7 cents
in half morrocco binding, or, the
entire lo vols, now ready, if order
ed at once, arc offered prepaid, in
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Publisher, New York, Chicago and
I. v (.It VM.K I.EflS.
tiik wii.lim; ok ji im;k tekky.
In speaking of the killing of
Judge Terry of California, ir. our
article in yesterday's J(n;N'Ai.,
we did not mean to justify hi con
duct. There is very much ir. his
career that we do not admire, but
even an abandoned man is not to
be killed because of his wicked dis
I'.efore a man can be justified in
the killing of ano; her on the ground
of e!f defense, it must be shown
that his own hie was in immediate
danger. It is not pretended that
Nagle's l.fe was in danger. It is
perfectly com pe rent, for an odieer
to kill in order lo pievint the com
mission of a felony, but there is no
evidence that Judge Terry con
templated the com mission of a
felony. The testimony of Judge
Field, and the c: rcu instances of the
i .use let.ii to show that .Judge Terry
intended to subject Judge Field to
an indignity and nothing more. A
slap in the lace is not given for th
injury it it.:: ets. but lor the insult
it impl.es. An indignity does not
justify the kilung of the person
The La Grange Collegiate Insti
tute opens on the i"Jr.b inst.
There is no section of the country
where the crops are as little dam
aged by recent rains as through
Our colored people advise the
sowing of turnip seeds, during the
full of the moon if you desire "big
roots" and small tops."'
Miss Laura Wood, a lady of su
perior accomplishments, and well
known in our comity, will teach in
the Institute the following year.
The colored pastor. Rev. Isaac
Taylor, of tho colored Missionary
Kaptist church here is to be sent
to Africa. He assumes to be quite
happy over the appointmeat.
There is a spring some miles from
our town so infused by mineral
qualities that the sulphurons odor
is detectable thirty yards from the
spot where tho spring is located.
Rev. Mr. Rose has been conduct
ing a religious meeting at new Fal
ling Crook church. We are happy
to learn that his ellbrts have been
rewarded by many converts to the
Mr. I. M. Stanton is onr next
appointed postmaster. Mr. Sutton
our present postmaster, lias filled
the office dining the past four years
most fittingly and excellently. Mr.
Stanton takes charge the tirst ol
I nnsii.il interest is manifested b
our tanning people over
it by the person OlTeuded,
ess does it Justify a by
alked back of me, aud I slander in committing a homicide-.
struck me a heavy slap in the lace.
I wivs completely astonished, and
seeing he waa making ready to
strike again, Nagle cried out,
'Stop, stop,' bat ho did not desrst,
and aa he waa raising his arm a
second time Nagle shot at him. the
bullei entering hi heart. He fell
to the door, Nagle p-booting a second
time, but the second shot not
striking him. Nagle wa arrested
I; is. said, ;n ust nieation of Nagle.
that he was instructed by the Attorney-General
to protect Judge
Field at all hazards; but, the Attorney-General
the commission of crime, and any
connection with it makes him nr
t li''' 1 i m i i .
We have no idea that Nagle will
aTTracy and taken to Stockton to be punished. ferry will be painted
thm flaoat farm La La Sou La. We
ar alao graU fll at Lh ro-aiactio
ot CoL L. L. lulk a aaeraUry. Ha
at lira aditar, aad a aaa ot arua a.
await th result of tbe impiest.
That is the complete story, so far
a I am aware of the facts."
Tbe story is complete enough to
fix murder on Nagle and make
Justice Field acciwory to the crime.
But .Nagle, the murderer of Terry,
stands acquitted by the newspaper
preaa of the North. With one ac
cord they condemn Terrv as an
au outlaw, and, while the ground
ia yet wet with his blood they pro
noance his murderer innocent.
To sustain the accusation of the
.News and Observer, we will not
quote the language of jienny sheets
whose literature La dear at such a
price, but we quote from a journal
which by the weight of ita name
impree.se it sentiments upon the
public. The ew ork Star, tne
all tbe vicuM.tude of persoual and I mo-t orth(XjOI of New york
political fortune baa kept it name 1 C4tl0Dai aavK .
in the blackest colors, while Nagle
is held upas a public benelactor.
The New York World of Satur
day, August 17th, says: "There
seems to be an impression in some
quarters that while public senti
ment approves the killing of ex
Judge Terry of California, it is
going to be very difficult for the
leputy Marshal who shot him to
set up a defense winch will stand
There's the rub. I: is easy
enough for Northern paper to
siake Nagle a hero: but when he j
appears in court he must stand as.
a prisoner to be tried by the law digestive organs.
aud the ev id en e.
It will not do for the I'nited
States to say that one of its oflioers
Can SliOJt down a Cltlell With llll- m-.e. n: a oelil
punitv. Officials who violate the
lion of cotton weighers foro'ir town.
There is a decided variance betweeD
the commission and the farmers.
We think t ho farmers are in the
right and should be accorded the
privilege of installing a farmer, if
they so choose, m this position.
Tho farmers have cogent reasons
for dissatisfaction with past expe
riences in this matter. However
the young man who holds this
position will beyond all doubt prove
himself entirely worthy in these
duties, and give pel feet satisfac
Medicinal Pniperlie et t iretahles,
The following information may
be useful tti some at this season ol
the year, if not now to many:
Spinach has a direct effect upon
Tho common dandelion, used as
greens, is excellent for the same
Asparagus purges the blood.
Celery acts admirably upon the
nervous system, ana is a cure for
rheumatism and neuralgia.
Tomatoes act upon the liver.
Ueets and turnips are excellent
Lettuce and cucumbers are cool
ing in their etTects upon the system.
Onions, garlic, looks, olives, and
Walton, an enthusiastic and sue
cessful angler, of course. One
evening while in camp in the
Adirondacks, he was challenged by
a member of the party whose
knowledge of angling was but
slight. The conditions were that
they should stand near each other
by the side of a favorite pool, each
casting into the pool daring a
period of fifteen minutes, the con
test to be decided by count. Uncle
Keube's eyes glistened as the de
tails of the match were considered,
and at the same time he 6et about
"making np" a new cast of flies,
that he might be able to do his best
when the struggle came the follow
ing day. It was prepared with all
his wonted skill, cunning and
delicacy, and layiDg the new "cast"
and his cigar aside he lay down to
dream of how he woold lure the
dainty trout to his creel. At the
appointed hour the contest began,
with the nsnal judges and a referee.
The challenger oft and repeatedly
led beautiful tront to his Bcore, bat
Mr. Wood was less fortunate". He
was not successful in "striking"
his "rises," and only now and then
did he secure a fiah. Late in the
contest he exchanged the leader he
had made up so carefully for one
which had been much used, and
then his lack began; but it was too
late, for when the time for the
contest expired he was badly
beaten. The real reason of his
failure was kept a secret for some
time, but it finally became knoVn
that while Mr. Wood slept the
challenger had filed the barbs from
his hooks. In no other way conld
that noble-minded man have been
beaten. Forest and Stream.
Just a Fit.
If a boy sees a coat that fits him,
he sometimes puts it on before he
knows it ; or we may say the same
thing in other words, "A guilty
conscience needs no accuser."
Two school boys had quarrelled
and finally had engaged in a real
stand-up fight. The teacher got
wind of the affair and called the
combatants before him.
"He struck me," said one of the
'He said I stole his knife," said
"I said somebody stole it," said
the first boy.
"Well, you meant me,'" replied
"Why, Charlie," said the teacher-
"if Willie had told me that
somebody had stoien his knife, it
would not have made me angry.
I should not have thought that he
"WelJ, but you don't steal," was
the ready answer. Kind Words.
The Industrial World.
World's railroads, 342,000 miles-,
Eighty miles per hour is the high
est railroad speed.
England is complaining of the
arrival of pauper labor.
Pittsburg has the biggest ax mill:
it makes 3,000 per day.
Brooklyn has the biggest bakery;
it makes 70,000 loaves daily,
Georgia has an S00 arce water
melon patch. It beats the world.
The San Francisco 'Barbers' un
ion has 7,000 and pays 10 per
week to the sick.
At San Francisco
given to locked out brewery men
cost 04; cents each
Von might have been thoie all
Seeing tho knife in my hand, he
then asked if Iliad eontempl ited
suicide during my solitude.
ertdinlv not. onlv I u.i-iit
up iu such a place, '
wheu I found I could cut through
"Partition .' What '.' That can
vas at the back ?"
His look of horror st.uiled me.
"Yes. and why not ?"
"Why, you were on the point of
walking through 'Childe Harold's
Pilgrimage' getting through six
thousand pounds at one stop, to
say the least of it."
It was true enough, as 1 after
ward discovered; it was Turner's
masterpiece which stopped the w ay,
and not, as I had supposed, a can
I have been a periodical sufferer from
hay fever fiince the eumrarr of 1879,
and until I used Ely's Cream Balm was
never able to find relitf. I can truth
fully say that Cream Balm cured me.
I regard it as of great value and would
not be without it during the hay fever
season. L M. Georgia, Binghampton,
I can cheerfully recommend Eiy'e
Cream Balm to rbe surTeriuj; public for
hay fever and stoppage of tbe nasal
passages. I have tried it and Mad it
giyes immediate relief. J. E. Rector,
Little Rock, Ark.
Pasteur's Method fur Itabies.
Before the Academy of Sciences
a paper was lately read by M. L.
Pasteur on the prophylactic method
as applied to patients after being
bitten. In his brief report for the
year ending May 1, 1889, the direc
tor of the Pasteur Institute an
nounces the treatment of 1,073
subjects, of whom G were seized
with rabies daring and 4 within a
fortnight after the process. Bat 3
only succumbed after the treatment
had been completely carried out,
making 1 death in ooi, or, including
all the cases, 1 in 128.
THE LADIES DELIGHTED.
The pleasant effect and the perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
liquiu fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, un
der all conditions make it their favor
ite remedy. It is pleasing to the eye
and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual in
acting on the kidneys, liver and bowe Is
ii Ho ii lh Front street.
ii.-. 6 ft wtf ins ftn,i Ju.a khIuUj ArU.
VALUABLE TRUPK LAND FOR SALE.
About FORTY Al'KKS PI, FARED LAND,
eie, led within two iiillt-H of the rtty, sull--'
1 " '"rliuek iHinnn A Kieat liarKuln.
A . I , t . ,
H ATPIN STKI'.KT,
:n3 ''i Ileal Km. Agrniu.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer ia
Liquors and Ciders,
m:au cotton kxchange,
New Berne, H. G,
Kfp constantly on hand COWPLITI
STUCK ot UilieiU and ClUikl.
Stock la tha largest In Ut Mata, and waa
purohaaad front Ant hand WR CASH.
Gonaaqnantly am anablad to sU aa low aa
any NorUiarn MarkaC
Have on uaDd tha following branda of
WINES, LIQUORS ud CIGARS.
Old Family R x x x x
Lax log ton, die. Ao.
Mitchell's Pure Old flootch.
Pure North Carolina Corn Wblikey.
'..vri'h.i v.'.Uh IHOLIRa
V V f- HFKN K. t .
Old Burgundy Port,
Sweet Catawba, Kbina Win.
California Angelica Win.
tit H I 11U( irl
ITALIAN AMERICAN MARBLE i Nw En"Und
W. at India,
Orders will receive prompt nttntio
and satisfaction guarantoed
JOE K. WILLIS. Proprietor
a v obavkt at,
sxw bxrnx. n. c
U. E. Mil .u ir my authorized agect
Alex. Fields, Traveling Agent.
"Ma, do the Esquimaux live on
"Yes, my child, very largely.''
'And is oil fat ?"
"And does oil ever come out of
the ground 1"
'Well, the Esquimaux live on the
lat ol the land, then, don t tbey f "
TVK CAN A'0 DO
Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir, for it Las
been fully demonstrated to the people of
this country that it is superior to all other
preparations for blood diseases. It is a
positive cure for syphilitic poisoDiug, Ul
cers, F.mptions and Pimples. It purifies
the whole system and thoroughly builds
up the constitution. Sold by It. Berry,
New Berne. N. C.
Height of Ureat Sea Waves.
Carefully repeated experiments
made by an experienced English
navigator at Santander, on the
north coast of Spain, showed the
crest of the sea waves in a pro
longed and heavy gale of wind to
be -12 feet high; and allowhig: the
same for the depth between the
waves, would make a height 84 feet
from crest to base. The length from
crest to crest was found to be 38G
feet. Other estimates of the waves
ia the South Atlantic daring great
storms give a height of 50 feet for
the crests and 400 feet for length.
In the North Sea the height of
crest seldom exceeds 10 feet and
the length 150 feet.
A n Eminent Doclor'i Preicriptlcii.
r- ( V TT n n rxr f" V. i r o rr Til nrlin
snaiots, all ot wnicu are similar, . nag practiCed medicine many years
Scene Bootmaker's shop with
legend, "Boots mended while you
Credulous Party (handing in his
boots) Look sharp now, and I'll
Bootmaker We're so full jip of
work, you can't have Vm under a
couple of days.
Credulous Party A couple of
days! Why, you old humbug, you
have it stuck up in your window
that you mend 'em while people
Bootmaker Just so; and if
you'll wait a couple of days you'll
Those Sample Hats
TAKE THE LEAD.
French ( Jamea liw j),
0rrtU Oocmo Brftmd,
Cherry, Blackberry, Qimfar.
Holland and Domestic.
A NICE LINE OF
Summer Ties and Scarfs.
Also, a full stock of the Celebrated
Linen Collars and Cuffs
Ail shapes and aizee.
A FULL LINE OF
NOW IN STOCK
Barrington 6 Baxter.
Land For Sale.
TWO TRACTS IN l.ENOIR COUMY
i.i mile south of Kinston, on South Waal
Creek. No. 1, 'i'A acres, with onenundrad
cleared, balance well Umbered. Well adapt
ed to growing corn, cotton, peas, etc. A
portion of the cleared land embraces a rich
anch. No. '2, '2.S0 ea of timber land,
about one and a haLf miles lrom tract No.
price J.i.000 cash, or 0art cash with ap
proved security for balance.
Kinston. N. U,
or lo JOUKNAL OFFICE,
n21dwtf New Kerne. N. C
JBEER, ALE, Etc., Etc.
The BerKner A Edge! Brewing Cu.'
Celebrated Lager Bear,
Imported Ala and porter,
Clauaaen At Boa 'a Export Baar:
Wm. McEaraa1 India Pale Ala froea
Agent and Bottler of tho
Bergner & En gel Brewing
Co Celebrated Lager Beer
Cordials, Augostina Bitters,
Imported and Domes tie
Agent for I. Calrin Shafer Wild Chen?
Bock and Rje.
K. R, JONES,
A targe aeaortment of Cig-ars and
Agent for tha Virginia Standard One
roots, tha beat ia tbe maikot.
A'OVirE TO MOTHEHS.
Mrs. Wins low's Soothing Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes the child, eoftene
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy fcr Jdiar
hoea. Twenty-flve cents a bottle.
Dry Goods & Notions.
Full stock and large assortment.
Prices as low as the lowest.
Call and examine my stock.
Coma One nd All,
And 9. 0 r,r, different kinds of 8TRAW
HATS to be sold at Wholesale Cost at
J. E. SMITH, Agt.
Will guarantee to sell as low
as any home Iforth, and
lower than qy hones in
i W E ALSO MANUFACTURE
Qiogtr Ale, a
' Iemon Soda,
California Pear Cider and Mine!
Our Ginger Ale ia f ual lo any im
ported and superior lo aij procurable
in the Stale.
Orders promptly tilled aad satisfac
augl I d a tf
SALEM FEUALE ACADEUY,
SALEM, N. C,
Largest, Oldest Beet, FansaW Cal-
1b the iMIa,
says: Last Spring be used and pre
scribed Clarke's Lxtract of i-iax (fa.
possess medicinal virtues of a mark
ed character, stimulat iner the cir
culatory system and the consentient ' Pillon) Skio Cure in 40 or 50 cases, and
increase of the saliva and the gas
tric juice promoting; digestion.
lied onions are an excellent: diu
retic, and the white one are recom
mended to be eaten raw as a reme
dy for insomnia. They are a tonic
A souji made from onions is re
garded by the French as an excel
lent restorative in debility of the
never knew a case where it failed to
cure. "I know of no remedy I can
rely on so implicitly." Positive cure
for all diseases of the skin. Applied
Clarke's Flax Soap is best for babies.
Skin Cure SI. 00. Soap 25 cents. At F.
S. Duffy 's druj? store.
a f , vv
Jones Bather an odd
Smith What contest are you
Jones A friend of mine was just
telling me that at a fair in Sanfield,
You cannot Connecticut, the people voted a silk
your Jittle hat rr rh wifrVftdASt man in town.
nph mny fasten Itself Hmifh -fnrlaoHf Whinh WOn-tho
UJ LtU LUUVVUI -
l.l'A HI) At; A I. VST THE STItlKK.
An : alwaTS Lave a bcttle of Acker's Ed;
.1-1. K.Il.idy in the boll.-'-it'll
Low -non 'ro:;i ui.iy lr;
atollietl and above reproach; Ven
a bia., acini aa a rock, and of neh
ILoaaJi Tirtae that his eaemiei ne
''It teamed like retrilnitive jus
tice that ex Judge David S. Terry
should have died a violent death.
;iV uv. cure' ah Throat lawyer or the auctioneer?
AW must be tried a common and l.n:..- tro-ib .-s vi.-'..i its treatment. '
, , - le bo-: e 'v. n v.,u free aud ite S500 offered for an incurable case of
riaiinaPH are tried. , hein-.-dv - i.ir.n-. . : i.v i; .-. rry New catarrh by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's
If itcau be proven tuat 'agle j Home N t 'Remedy. 50 cents, by druggists.
DOMESTIC HIAKH ST.
Oats New crop,. 3037c, including
Fodder, Sl.00al.25 per hundred.
TtofkntTN Firm. Virgin 82 25;
yellow dip. 2.25: hard, $1.00.
BiiZSWAX lSa20c. per lb.
Bkkf On foot, 5c. to Co.
Hams Country, llal2c.
Lard Country, lOallc.
Hay Crab grass, 35a50.
Onions 80c. per 100.
Peanuts 85c. aSl. 00 Der bushel.
Chick in 8 Grown 40a55o. pair; half;
Mkal 65c bolted.
Staves R. O. hhd. dressed, S12al5
Timber Cypress, 18 in. and over,
in demand at 85.00 per M.
Shingles West India, dull and nfm
inal; 6 inch $2 00a2.25. Building 6
inoh hearts. 83.25; saps, 1. 75 per M.
Mkbs Pork New 813 00.
Shoulder Meat 9al0c.
0. R.'s, F. B's. B.'sandL. C 7.
Flour S3.00a6. 50.
Lard 7tc. by-the tierce.
N AXLfl BasislO's, $2.50.
Ooffee 20a22j c.
Salt 80a85c. per sack.
Molasses and Syhupb 30a46o.
Shot Drop, 81.50; buck, $1.75.
Hides Dry. 4a6jc; arreon 2o,
Kerosene 9 c.
Tallow 4c. per lb.
Also a good line of MEN 'Sand BOY'S
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES and DRY
GOODS that will be sold very cheap for
J. E. SMITH, Agt.,
Middle St., New Berne, N. C. 1
Baaslon opens Accost ITrta. 1MW. raealty
30 Professors and Teaebara. BparlsJ feature
the DYcIpsB( mf Character, Haallk
anal Iatfallaet, FuUy equipped Prepara
tory' and Oolletiat departments, baeWea
first cl aaa school In Blaaia. Art, Lam
(( a Commercial Sinalae.
Bend for Catalog-lie to
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