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.-tgQKHi2lB:-ffiPBiED OlfiESTOS: DISOEDKD lUKH;
-fW SCT lX - - , Tt . KMWt-ck l)M H t4M H ?".
PWatalM ttc-k. tic. N-KJ-
tntr omr W of C- -r
ttm Lh :u. 1
tSjIil'bsioujwills on receipt of price :5 CE.NTS A BCX.
Have for sale at Lowest Prices Possible:
S,0"O lb. LocUUri Snaff,
1,000 do- Co' ?po.t i'o'.-m.
XOO UiM Tob-o,
10( rf Ti )- M iloit'
10O bIM 0 Arai ai Um-ncr !'-.-.
&0O ibU. X M' I'ofk.
A :-n.L link i;
Dry Goods, Ready Hade Clothing & Furniture,
AT liKTAII. AMI U UOI.KSALI
Sign of tl. br.'.. .1 IV .iri Sh;r.
Rubber Goods !
' Rubber Goods!
GOIiSTAIITLY ON HAND.
Mm'iuJ Bof(XAT3. !' 1 T'S r. i Sii-: VAV
ROOTS. THIOn B(X)TS KNKK B -7. TMlKISH
WHiP Kio oar YKNTn.MKP KV BBKIi
COATS fa boL aa ' . Kail ii-.
UJIm' bJ Ml-' SIDts WATKKVK "r cJ
QenU' Llnen-Pkated Bosoir. Shirts,
Bmt iwM fr i-t mcotj M -.r. : ,
W. B. KtLANNER.
J. W. STEWART,
Sale anfl LiTerj Stable.
Tin IIorS and Mules iIwiti on hnd, and will be
dlspoced of on easy termi.
I tar oo bad naaibr of Ftn Teart:j, th i- ,iv lit' .i:-..l Afi;
Xa traiaail 8adil IIotm for both UJim an.l n'.'. nn'n.
road Street, ilfew Berne, N. C.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS,
Tor ii a y. .
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. ('.. A! s i UST 2), 1889.
'i mm a i. otks.
- i ;ret do il of viUl air
l ! Aril
t he Ha-
K hd .,
; L run hoa I t L e
Tbnnul.iy hext his c.ie will be
taken np on li,hea.j corpus pro
Thk WiiunuK'oa Star .-aye; "A
telffjrHin from New York estnLi
( VVt (lne.),( Anions tilt'
c.i''in p.Dencr- d the Me.imer
St, it, of' Indidud, T':iW'h .uriveil
fro.u (ila.sjjow idd.ty, we.e eighty
five menibrii oi the North C.iruliu.i
bcIkmiI Te.ieherw Awmh!, who
crossed to Europe ,tbou: t, uuMii.li.
ugo on a pleasure ti ip.
Tiik xobsidiary high io;irt oi the
Ancient Order of Eore.-ters ,r
Minneapolis volol to t-ever eon
net't ion with the h
i g it really land atul orfc'Aiiiz
-New ork hurt) court. 1 tie
oTt-r the ml m i s-ion of colored iren
1 :.: ; ::n .oiopted by the t the Order, the Englih high
;)cm,,-r,i:.r St.ite Convention court lusibtmg on it and the Anien-
stnkea as ,n being aneicptktDible. , can objecting
K'Chmond D-spatf-h. A NEv YfEK Special
1 II K ( (INTKM
The poli: ica!
I Hi; ( 0 1, OK K 1 TEOPLE.
O.ir ccl-Ttd pcqmlatioa is rot
less. 'Ihis is ;i nt cepsary conse- joined in Virj:
, i 1 l-TA 1
tpuence ot their conuiuon. mey p0sed t
have not yet learned the essentials IU,Vi N
to succe.-fi in life and are dissatis ukici. ,
tied, and wo'ild be d issatiiled m ,iirt
at:y condition in which they can tios
be j laced.
They were told wonderful thmgH
when they b came tree, and accept
ing the ; in possible aa the inevitable
I III.lM t,
ttl - ha-- been
i )i nincracy op
m in. McKin
i: icail the De-
0HTH CAROLINA .HS.
From the State Taner-..
1 "' i 1 1 1 1 1 i ,
New Berne's Gratitude.
Under the above caption we copy the '
following article from the Twin-Citv '
Daily published at Wineton. Our clti- Lenoir Topic: No deaths ilmre or.-.u
. , red within incorporation, thus far. tint-
zenfl are gratuitous people and are will- ! year, Where i the town with near !y
ing to bestow proper honors upon the j a thousand inhabitant with eu -h a
Memp and deserving. We may divide on some , rcord ? This a lorem country
I'.mnl.iinin nnoatinn. nnH . t o t . .1 a u , , , t A fl f ty t hou san d d j 1 ! a r h o tel .
I i :
T ii :
i . !- '
i n d , i)
nu j 1 1 '
, : i t, i '
! of grarves
ci , Ltid .
ii'" Iias an
iN'h court ot ling
an Amei :e.i;i
dillerence a: ex
it , ' ' .:
not tic I c 1 k
m M ,i h, in- up-, i h:ch i
lel I.ir biicees n '. c.ui
fear. Hi is a great or;
it is expected
l because they did evt,rv j-puli
t hat the c m.i
al-o !i: i:' 'W
fhoiH.iii e- i'i
ti, " Uiii t ii
the have blandered, and will con
tinue to blander to the end. For a
t lie ' lie1, t're'.U'
n, c hive what was termed civil
r.gi.-.-. 1 hej did not kuow that soeie
: 1 1 gi. : .i : t s it sel t. and that laws ai e
made lor the protection of society
and not its overthrow.
All over the world men and
women chose their associates, and
fit A mnrHorn lmnriirf monJo ia , ..
always wise, positions that sometimes j DuiIt at BlowinK Rod, overlooking the
prove injurious to both ourselves and beautiful valley of John 's River t,y oj.ee
the progrees of our city, but, be it said I iDK time next year. It w ill be built I y
to our credit, when we have occasion j NJortern capitalists, who see the super, n,
, ... ,i advantages in climate to other siiii-.uk r
to show our appreciation ot a worthy reg0rt8.
public servant, we can lay aside any j Jonesboro Leader: J. V. Inman. f
manner of ill feeling and render due j Chesterfield county, S. "., swallowi-i i
fle lll.IV lie elt
if, but can
e their de
that he will bring out unor to tne meritorious.
ir NN'hile this is "There is one thing that can be said
lu me creuit ana nonor or jxew cerne.
Uer people are never selfish in their
praise of thoee who have served her
interests faithfully. Only last week
and her citizens turned out en masse
and met her lire company that had just
returned from the tournament at Ral
eigh, and bestowed unstinted praise
the candi- upon them for the victories they
i ' lie.- h;ug to ki.ow
l.:c "I Vi.lhouc will
er;. 1 lemocrat, and
; rr:;.- 'hat will go
-.r,it.'d,u,i ,f McK'.u-
Tki:k was infinitely the and Observer ot Ang
: ,i !.idg l'.eld in all that
.:,) nigh character and
V s and Observer.
1. Ki r.KRTs, of Iarhani,
ime superintendent of the
Asvl'jm at (toldsboro, i a
-:d,date o snrceed Ir. Grissom
i1:: ii::--'M m a private letter
person in this city says that
he will leave the Insane Asylam as
( iiv. 1 iwle has -'packed" the Hoard
ag :!.- h;m.
A: ; ; iie members of the cabinet
ar v.ov absent from Washington,
and, w. th possibly one exception,1
:ion- are expected to retnrn for
Tii!- Murphy C. Advance
armouuees the death of Mrs. Boston
wb'.'h occurred at ber home oa val
ley K.ver near Mnrphj. She wsj
Twen! Arabs ol both si
Cime on the Steamer La
die are detained a Castle
until the Turkish consui
consulted. It is. said that
70,11 Arabs awaiting to
this c m n fry pro-, ided t he
are passed through.
TllK Farmer's Congress,
to N e w s
1 1 s,iu:
No! II..'. II-
dacy ol Mahone. If t ic, e is a man , ..WhinAn v M SirTO.
any attempt ol government to lvmg against whom I he Democrats home this past winter at the expiration
change this condition of affairs 0r yirf,jI11;t -VM iis an (..divisible of hia lero in Congress he received a
would result in revolution. ' unit th;ll Inail ,s Mahone.
At present there is great com- Tnere ate tlc.-e who suppose
plaint among the colored people at thattheold Confeilerates who fol
the course of President Harrison 0wed M.ihoneV standard during
the w at will ra:! to him now. 2S"ot
a in: of i i .
fr it lid of 1
Yirciti i a
tow ards ttiein. They do not n tleet
that a majority of them know
nothing of State craft, and that
very many of them have been dir
missetl from cilices to which tluy
K..l K.,i .,.,.ir,t..l Krtn.ic 1,.
u ui ni ii mi uctiin.-: eartii to
were incompetent to fill them, the Nor t,k conventi
lo.en sotuern siates were p.e- Prt,,hid.t Harrison is doing all he
Mited met in Montgomery last 0jn for tliem. ne can't take the d
I'olk made an mini
: n w h ich
grand and spontaneous ovation from
the whole people of that ancient city of
the elms. The citizens vied with each
other in doing honor to him for the
faithful and valued services be had
rendered his district.
"A little later and the Board of Trade of
New Berne acknowledged in a befitting
was never the manner the debt of gratitude that city
, , . f T , , owed to editor M. a. Nunn for his val-
liooerr n. ut, ,nm tne uab0 services in working up through
the Army of Northern his paper the fish and oyster fair, by
e the last men on Pa881nB a resolution of thanks. And
e tne last men on year8 eUU urther back in the time9
this nominee Of , that tried men's souls, Hon. W. T. R.
Bell, a member of the State Senate
from the counties of Carteret. Onslow
hniinH orioa f t frViA lifTovanf nr a a nt
itol his ventures m poll-1 New Berne, taking its municipal affairs
been r:r,-er ible' failure?, out of the hands of a thieving set of in-
, i m i i competent officials, mnd placing them
the men who lodowed himHn tla honj. uCDt ;n.-
ong-treet was a n.ucn more and Jones, secured the nanHfto-e of & bill
ist in guislie ! mibraiv leader than I through the legislature that altered the
great mass of the negro population Mahone a'
address and Resolutions wem i i... .1 ,-, r ;u .. i
tL( IM I f fit' Lft) I1HH 1 llrtlvf ftp hi,-.
offered and referred recommending m.-,, .,ta
k .ftrMitni,,Minff .ol .1. ""'"'' UL'CUI' 1 111 un' IU-'uvt-u Ultu I in the hands of the honest and intelli-
the ne 01 cotton nagging ai.ti tit Not hing but years of constant labor in war will not follow him in peoce. gent property holders of that town,
daring against the nse of jnte. aml application to the study of The plat forms of the two par. , Th' deea, while it wag but the plain
AUn enmmendin the State Com- ' . .... '.. J. .. 1 I and simple duty of any North Carolina
" iM-iuujeuL uu piepa-ie uiemioi ties, in lrginia, are as opposite as Representative, did not go unrewarded.
; missionns and Secretary Kusk for the duties of oflicial etation. These are the candidate and the popu- TTor "pon CaPtin Bell's first visit to
.their effort- in !half of ,-ottonb:ig. trnths are ,elf evident, and the ,anV of the Democratic platform WoTSJS!S
',nK- sooner the colored people recognize willlie attcsteil in ill parts of the ! of ita m08t prominent citizens, and
I To win the Legislature, insure them a.ol confer 'o them the ' old Dominion. ' ' orTcipal ottoUowerSf:
Oast apportionment, congressional oetttr
sa 1 to be l.'l years old.
t . . . . t. k a. r t t ti
l'eparinjeni 01 jusuc umm 1 grprxTKSor to Kvarts i n 11
for them and
1 a well as legislative, to render terity.
or tbe election of a Democratic This ar t icl.? is suggested bv the
paragraph taken from
W'01 Id of 1 ho I'.Uh
and to lollowiug
in--r :c.etl the I nitd auteAlWr- tfnt the standard of the State the New York
ney to take charge of the tiense t fi,, . -L- t) entrenchments of ol August :
Deputy Marshal Nagle.
tb national Democracy, are the
fa m : y
,-on t. r:v. ed
average size of an Ameiiam JofiMi8'Trit8 that can this year
ordfng to statistic, to beVcWppttfla'ied by "a long pull a
traction proba bTtaoaa,. atrooc nail and a noil all together."
I T' .
their1 pes- There is another el.on.nt oft band. There he was treated to a royal
, , , . 4 , reception. No, the people of New Berne
Strengtu that has ocen givel) tO'havebiir hearta and thnv nr forMt
the J)omocracy by the Republicans, their friends. They are not bo selfish
. , , , , that they would be ashamed to ac-
Senator Matt. uay, who managed knowledJe their appreciation of a kind
the Republican national campaign, service, while those who sorve them are
and shocked the world by the ; SLSSafffSoS?'
prodigality of his wickedneb5, was! -
at Norfolk, and eravp assurance Vachavia.
tha' "he s inu- measures wouid be Lditoe Journal I wroteyoa an in
-Terre Hant Ei -isew York Star.
Wk have read
1 icbaach Virginia that
successful in the national
crop ; ;
CIIAKLHTIK, N. (.'., Aug. IS.
The Convention of dissatisfied
colored Kepu' !;eai - w..- he'd here
last evening iu g .. t. e - ub- , 1 .
town, and boo utgiutt. iiuj ihi.-
State aud-South Carolina wero
,,f midline : present. John Wilson, a politician , canmai-'n- Add to this the fact that
:KEi , of Jtalj. has , churches, stealing C.bles and other eElTtoFt aml wiU
irs on Edison, the ' ajta at unadulterated derravitv. .1- 1 be on the stump in Virginia, and
- ' 1 1 -u 1 1 v, .1 uuin 11 uci luc waio
American electrician, by bot we never heard of an educated several times, and a terrible on- the imagination can hardly rise to'
be, omes a count and his ; man try ing to steal a tomb, until slaught was made on the method , the height of Democratic resolution
ss. iroM.ntlr The other dav an Enc 01 a,8Cn m m dl 1 "S l euerai ajipoi nc- and eE t husiasm t ha t w ill character-
ize the impending contest.
...... - 1 1 1 1 v. - .
t -..oa urm uas Hpmnsu , luumnn t nuua tutrr. here- .lame .T. Sims. Knnerittten-
M :s-msippi valley and the, away with a large piece of the'dent of the new public building, Tue od13' thing that has ever
j-e, an 1 it j believed there I famons tomb of llomeo and Juliet, and John 1. Eaves, revenue colltc caused Democratic defeat in the
a great laiiing on ol tne "lie is nt lor treasons, ptrategems i-ui mi "cmcm -'win vaionua, aouiu is lUKewarmness, auu toe
n . : . t 'C
.11: ::er 1
pl'ame will lead
and siwils." Wilmington Messen- w. 11 c ,a" uul ucu. 1 lu "i" Republicans
t he 1 on venttou s contempt ior such . .
Commonwealth ger. oflicials. A new indenendent col- ence lri irlnui :in
1 grand rally ing under t l stkwart. of Clinton, has ored Republican party was organ
Chil McKinney. Uia Wn mentioned fur the Presidency ll- and Joa Wilsn w8, f''ll x . xr
"j kU ot tne Agricultural coiiege. - cor
another convention in Rettpmber.
v.. - i. i.cnourg.v trginian. respondent of the News and Ubser- and colored RepnbUcans from every
Thk American exhibit at the ver savs. J. L. Stewart, of Clinton, Southern State will be invited to
Ear:- EtP.-sition is all right now. ! fills all the reouirements for tbe participate in the exercises
i l .-o::. t ;,e --King of Light" ia ; position in an eminent degree, He
there .; !!i:rop combined can't is the fullest and lx?st rounded man
-Wilmington Scar. we know of, and our acquaintance
:i.n i. Carlislk is now with the pnblic men ol the State is
ai.d is receiving more by no means limited." We approve
ii.in im hf..n acmrded the snggestion. ith .nr. Mewart
i . J
lutions were adopted to the effect
that if Harrison does not change
many o! his appointments and deal
fairly with the negroes they are
forever done with the Republican
We do not mean to imply that
A R.-volutiocaiy Pa
From tbe Elizabeth City Economist
wo t-ee an article- in regard to the l06t
grave tablet of that able and patriotic
statJ?man, John Harvey. We copy the
troiluction to the Unitai Fratrum (Unity
of the Brethren), or as they are now
generally known as the Moravian
Cnurch, and will now endeavor to give
you some scraps of history of their
early settlement in this section. Ih 1749
tbe British Parliamentpaseed an act by
which they were recogniaed- as a Prot
estant Episcopal Church, and by it en
titled to the free exercise of ail their
rights as a church throughout Great
Britain and her Colonies.
Prior to this they had made their ap
pearance in some numbers in Pennsyl
vania, and tbe testimony of Thomas
Penn, proprietor, in their favor not only
aided them in getting the act passed by
Parliament, but also directed attention
to them as a desirable people to induce
to settle in new countries. Invitations
and offers were sent them in such num
bers that they could not all be accepted
for want of men and means. The most
acceptable offer, however, came from
Lord Granville, President of the Privy
Council, who owned a very large tract
of land in North Carolina of which he
offered Count Zinzendorf oae hundred
thousand acres on very reasonable
In was resolved, at a conference of the
Brethren, held at tbe Lindsay house,
1 London, on November the 29th 1751, to
article, also a letter from H. S. Gordner
of this place, which R.v light as to its ; hfa fl
whreabcuts. 1 Count Zinzendorf desired
The first assemblage ever held in
North Carolina independent of royal
authority, was presided over by John
of the rnited Scat at its head the AgricnUnral College the appointments here complained narvey. It wa9 heid in this city just
Grant visitel that conn-
would at once command the conti
dence and patronage of our people,
a.: Minister of Finance A letter received in Wilming
tax the Protestant ton, N. C , from a gentleman iu
he lItic provinces Idaho, a delegate to the Constitu
:,. d.m,:uh,ug ;the in- tional Convention at IVuse City,
e German Protestant states that Ex-Congressman James
W. Reid, who formerly represented
r 1 g is the thill of a the (reensboro district, and who is
ot cheP notoriety and ' now a resident of Idaho, has made
the duel IS the Off npieuuiu ictum iui uiiuocu a mc
of are good ones, but we respect- one hundred t.nd fifteen years ago to-
fully suggest that it the Charlotte morrow.
Convention had made the appoint- The article fr..m
m,,lo inotnoil ftf lrai,lnnt ll irri. follOWS.1
HI l. 11 L . lli.ltlLJ L ttCUH ll L kit .11.-
son the condition of affairs would
have been inGuitely worse.
In Ala!). una an attempt is being
i ::. pr: ,
brute s , o e
spring of a fools idea of honor. The
Convention, and that he stands
fine chance of being elected to
brethren might not only have an oppor
tunity to be of spiritual benefit to such
persons as in process of time might set
tle near them as well as to gain access
to various tribes of Indians, such as tbe
Cherokees, the Catawbas, the Creeks
and the Clickasams, but his main object
, ,. ... ' was to acquire the possession of a large
the Economist is as tract of land wbere the Moravians
' might live undisturbed and have the
"Our yc.uDg fiitnd R. L. Blount, of liberty of excluding all strangers from
Hertford. Pertiuiru.ina county, was in their settlement. On this account and
town and called to see uc on Thursday. ! undivided tract was considered of more
Among other pleasant subjects, we dis- ; importance than the quality of the
cussed the eubit-ctof John Harvey 'a : soil.
to go several lengths ahead arve tablet, which cannot now be latbocenter ot tne territory a town
c .,. m, ;,r ,,,c,.,i 1,,. ti, n.n, found in the family graveyard of the 1 was to be laid out containing the chair
ut tuiu,, rurJtu Harveys in Harvey's Neck. The re-
lotte Convention. In the city of mains of John Harvey, our leading
house for single brethren, single sisters
and widows, the educational institu
tions and mercantile establishments.
leader of the Democracy in
mm w v m j j w wswm, smim v.
duei and tiie prtr.e fight must go -
I an die Register,
Sk era;, othersealers have been
captured :n Rehrin g Sea since the
so.. vire of the Black Diamond and
there .s intense excitement in
Y.eton.. and much interest is
man ft'-tt d at Washington.
1; -tr.hes us that the abuse of
, t are. .n a j uat now as a xor
tt 1 e in has gone far cnoagh.
ave been :n some eight South
tates and we never saw a bet
;.i'e. There is always room at
.p. - - W I'-iuington Messenger.
k k-Eivk Lad!cy is cre-d-
a i 1 . T- i revolutionary natriot, were nrobablv
- . washed into Albemarle sound before ! Here also was to be located a prepara-
of Rryau has med this language in tn0 graves were removed from the ' tory school for ministers and missiona
bis paper: shore by the late Charles VV. Skinner, I ries, and the direoting boards for'the
. I ouuid " 1 , iv , . v, . , l ...... -. . . .. ....... " r -
ere you (the w hltes) to leave viejted the burial place of the Harvey brethren. Besides this town, the rest
this Southland, in twenty years it family in 1S3G and it was not more than
would lie one of the grandest sec- 20 feet from the bank upon which the
the Democrats have a majont v' in tions of the globe. We would show sound was constantly encroacmng.
the new State Eeg,9la,ure.-Nor- you moss back crackers bow to run ""The feldefof 'the RtfvoTution
a country. 1 Oil would never see in North Carolina and the 'Moderator'
convicts, halt starved, depriving nf thn eonventiona that Drotested
DBMoeiiAis differ, but they do honest workinemen of an honest against the acta of the British crown.
United Btates Senate in the event
of the territory was to be parcelled to
farmers belonging to the Brethren
According to an old plan still existing
the little capital of this new Moravian
scttlment was to be built in a circular
form, the eight-cornered church to form
the centre, to be surrounded in a large
not divide; they mingle and move livin
forward like the great river, w
draws its supply from a thousand
different streams, none exactly like
the others, but all swelling the cur
rent, which sweeps irristibly along.
This was the forcible illustration
applied by Captain McKinney in
his remarks of acceptance to the
great party that nominated him.
of largo wealth and circle by six chair-houses, an apotho-
fire Bergner & Engel
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER,
13 UHUUZ3TI05ABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It is bTewed from the finest Pale Canada
West Bailey Malt and Laazer Hops, and
highly recommended for its TONIC and NU
kitl xtpatatioo o.oyed by the RERGNKR a. KNGKL
XJMPAJTY U da U Uie.-t tht only the FINEST AND REST
MATERIALS srw td and' tbat the great: SKILL ar..! C.vEK
m xerds44 darlnf It maaafactar.
lr ia nnif- a nioHor r f timo He was Q mail
. . Tr-hpn throno-hnnr thi w hole State 1 reat distinction. His ancestors for a cary shop and a Moravian inn, between
inch when throughout this whole State ; bundred year httj been the most dis-! which buildings we to radicate eight
and allairs will be changed, and 1 hope tiDguielle(i anj mogt wea. thy in North streets, each with twenly town-lots, to
10 your sorrow. Carolina. In tee graveyard, an or : De lnterspersea witn garaens anu rows
We were never destined to al- them have marble labia's over their i of shade trees in double circle,
wavs be rervants, but like all other graves with the -Harvoy rose' engraved ; This elegant plan was made in London
r.e'.w o-ill -ind mint immniirilur upon them : and yet no tablet in that i by Count Zinzendorf and other Breth
races will and must liavo our day. r1 rd records the name and deeds j ren to which North Carolina was terra
oa now have yours. ou have , nd charaoter of john Harvey, the incognito.
received your revolutionary and ; m0st illustrious of them all, the man the selection of the tbact
civil wars and we here predict that , whose marble statue Colonel Saunders wa8 ief t to Bishop Spargenberg who
at no very distant day we will have I thinks should represent North Carolina waB wen acquainted -with American
our race war, and we hope, as God ! ia the National Memorial Hall at Wash-; 8ffair8, and he 8ent in 1752 to recon-
no di- intends, that we will be strong I 11fl ftnH WHsUhT famiiv Disced some , -;,mm n ua 55th nf
"" J'" i'ul svLucciiAn ui mo visions among uemocrats. 1 ney euougii lu wipe juu uuiui caioi- , memorial taDiet over nis rave. wnere
the Viwinia politicians before have a common motive, which ence, and hardly leave enough of , is it What has become of it '.; It is
Dr countervails all minor things the you to tell the story, ic ia Donna , pronaoiy BOme u.,.
preservation of their civilization, to come, ana just sucn noc-neaaea ; -7h"the crumrjIi ng bank before the
thn rurnAtnarmn n hnneof into i. cran ks as Lue euiLuiu ui some 01 uui . j ;i k v, . , ,
,M,i ,,i,ru,.jan ,. aroat 1 ' 7 . , . i remaius vvtlr icuju'cu lu.auu nor9eDacK. un ine lumoi wpwmur
..t ..- .1 p.e.Lii a. physician or. great peQt government. Norfolk Land- Democratic journals are jast the late Charles w. Skinner. Mr. Blountithey reached Edenton, N. C, where
ibht - Kansas City Times. ! mark. right set to hasten it. It is fate.'' has promised to ascertain this fact by tney were joined by Mr. Churton, the
-1 with sajing that the Iiepnbli- Xhere are differences, but
e get through with them.
Wanamak-er has demonstrated that
August of that year he set out from
Bethlehem in Pennsylvania, accom
panied by the brethren Henry Antes.
Timothy Horsefield, Joseph Miller, Her
man Laesch and John Merk, all on
un tne lutn or eptemoer
: t . A; v , is still stirred op: EXTKA SES8I0K 0F CONGRESS,
on .u.vui.: of the race trotible. . For some months it has been con
ar:a:.:sot arrest have beenisaoed,-,,,.,- OD..f-H i,Qf
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w r .
We know that this man Brvan an examination oi me suuna rowiD surveyor-lieneral and agent or J-ora being given Crouse.
e KUOW turn luih IliauXJiyau, thn ,iM nf thnnH Harvfiv e-rflve- n ;m- k iu t n.hr R B
does not represent a majority of his yard, and the pious labor will entttte reached the Catawba river to which
race and that his mad words are ' him l? l.ne gratitude of every patriotic they had directed their course,
but the exhibition of a rattled brain
and a malignant heart. There is
steel pen 47 years ago, which lodged in
his right lung, and he was thought l c
wasting away with consumption. I. ant
Thursday he coughed it up and ;- a
ready looking much better. S- i--i
the Charlotte Critic. This heats R M
Phillips' record with the sprite of , -eh t
which he carried inside his anatomy f,,r
more than five years, the idei of u i,i, l:
was laughed at by phyri-iari". leit
which was there all the same till ) ,
coughed it up last summer.
Charlotte Chronicle: Prof. W. K
Perry, the a-ronaut who was wounded
by a fall of 700 fet at Mt. Holly on
August 9th, died at 9 o'clock on Pun tay
night. Mr. Perry was a patient uf
ferer, and was cheerful to the la :
He had been in the balloon busi:;, -since
1871, making his first ascensi- i.
in Nashvilie, Tenn.. on October "i-a
that year, acd his last at Mt. Hole .
N. C, on August 9tb, 13. Hi be-:
record was 7.000 feet, the highest eJe
tion ever attained by a hot air balloon.
Washington Progress. W learn that
tbe crops in the Pantrgo section arc
fairly well, considering the unfavor
able weather. We mado a trip to
Aurora last week. We found the crops
good and the farmers and merchants
hopeful. The town and surrounding
country is making marked imi reve
ments all tbe while, new lands me be
ing taken in and put in a state of cube
vation. New houses are being bui t and
improvements in general visible Ti.i
is one of the moet prosperous sectiof-.s
in Eastern North Carolina.
Goldsboro Argus: The crops till c ai
tinue to improve and the prospects of a
fruitful harvest to brighten all nut
through the country in this KHiion,
and it is to be hoped that, after ale tne
country is safe. The resignation of
Capt. W. A. Darden as State Agent of
the Farmers' Alliance, by reason of the
duties of tbe position being too onerous
for bis physical constitution, will be
greatly regretted by members of the
Alliance everywhere throughout the
State. He has been an energetic, ef
detect offiser, and to his efforts and
sagacity is due much of the unpre
cedented progress and large meed of
success the Alliance has met with in
this State thus far.
Aabeville Journal: It is generally
believed that Asheville has a larger
number of visitors this season tban ever
befor.in its history as a summer resort. ,
Almost every State and Teritory in the
Union is represented. The many
friends of General Johnstone Jones, of :
this citv will regret to learn that he has 1
decided to make his future home in
San Diego. Cal., for which place he
leaves with his estimable wife tomor
row morning. In parting with General
Jones the people of Asheville, as well as
of the whole State, wish himsucces and
prosperity in his new home. He has ,
served the State faithfully and well as
Adjutant General for the past twelve j
Raleigh News aDd Obsefver: Undt r
the management of the psesent Board
of Directors much work is being accom
plished toward the completion of tbe
building and the making of tho insti
tution as near self-supporting as can be
under existing circumstances and laws.
The legislature provided for the hirifig
out of certain large numbers of convicts
to railroads at the yearly compensation
of $125.00 per convict. These convicts ,
are turned over to thef directors who
hire them to contractors on the line of
their roads at 10 cents per hour and
work them 12 hours per day. Just so
long as such laws are created and car
ried out so long it will be utterly impos
sible to make the penitentiary a : elf
Some of the Effects of '-.Elixir."
That the discovery of "Elixir t f lift
is something wonderful, is beyond
question, but its effect ia not always for
the best. We copy two accounts of its
Cincinnati, August 17. Doctors have
decided that tne man Steele named in
recent telegrams has blood poisoning.
He will sue for $5,000 damage). Selden
Weir, the first man experimented on
here w ith elixir, and whose wonderful
cure was telegraphed broadcast, is 1:1
bed again. Great hard lumps appear
when the incisions were made and he
is delirious. Dr. Longfellow, who
made the first experiments, m a pub
lished statement last night, says, he has
lost faith in the elixir, and that a local
paper paid all expenses of hU experi
ments for the first news. Dr. Langing
beck, a chemist, who prepares nine
tenths of all the elixir used here, says
it is dangerous if used after an hour.
a.nd rank poison after two hours. The
scare amounts to a craze, i here are re
ports that the workhouse physicians
have experimented indiscriminately
with frightful results.
Newark, N. J., Dispatch. Aug. 1
A startling story comes from litilhng
ton, up in Sussex county. Japper
Crouse, eighty-two years old, has re
cently been treated with the "elixir of
life" of Dr. Brown-Sequard by a local
physician. A portion of a rabbit wan
used as the injection. After a week the
old man grew perceptibly stronger.
His youth seemed to return. Then
strange changes occurred. He left oif
eating meat and took to devouring raw
cabbage leaves, lettuce and clover with
avidity. He nibbled at tho leaves like
a rabbit. Then the old man 's steps
grew springy, and gradually the spring
has developed into the jump, jump t f
the rabbit. His body became stronger,
but his reason has nearly departed.
At the present time t'roueo ih nothing
but a two-legged rabbit with all thw
habits of the animal portions of whose
body was used as an elixir, lfatlo.
barks he makes long jumps until le
reaches home. Yesterday he dug a
large hole in the ground with his hands
The doctor and bis friends are n u
thoroughly alarmed. No more elixir is
u 1 1 L , e- i L. .
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inan nnvotier sier, .1 rt i t aroima
I take oa: ; e-u.ar oair.s ;. oi tl,em-0-th
eyoo ( part. ,. i, . .. ; .,, u. .
Uyt lie; wol Kee
for over thirty y ,
ii v i.i Un bench
h. live 1 can do
aa got), I v or i. s ..- .... .meiker in the
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M m, lie street,
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Iiuv ..; arrived.
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had suffered much from fevers; Brother
Horsefield had to be left at a house, oa
New Berne, N. C, Aug. 0, 1S89 the route, in charge of Brother Miller,
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no danger that tbis country will Elizabeth City Economist of August j butthree companion, the Surveyor and
ever become Africanized. If God 6th an inquiry in regard to the tablet tw0 hunters when he reached the end
T.t 1J TUn nklAf . -
designed to blot out America and w89 removed mKyself ftna the late Proiidwlth bread for fourteen days,
leave it a wreck amOD the nations John Skinner in April, lCj, to another They manfully entered the forest wil-
ira r fl ohnnt holf o milo frnm thfi !
1 v 4 !vt:t
r i.r.ant, tiark, ana Jones, oi , M88ion of Congress would be called
! 1 .lependent, tor inciting ro' to assemble on or aboct the first of
,a a, - 1 es. but they coald not be It i(J UQW reported that
. 1 .n the city. The mill tory is the pre8ident has arrived at no
.:. rear.. for any emer-.- deoigion in the matter. It is sup
' : -' posed that the indecision of the
i:t; ' ' ..oiieia resolution in ''resident results from the uncer
av, r ot he lhair hducational bill tainty aa to the ioliticaI status of
e, -he to ,Ti;;a Legislature shows the new States to be admitted into
i- - here:- i growing sentiment the I'nion. If the Tresulent vas
- - a1 h ;:i opnosition to the bill, sure that all of them would send
mil Kepublican representatives to uie llia;orJ 01 UUUi
Congress, he would call the extra The truth is the nero has reach
session ; hnt, if the House is to be etl his highest political elevation
wanted8 eitr3 808M0n 18 aud l'ower in this countr-v- If he
WThis shows that the panose con- attempts to seize more he will lose
temptated in the proposed call was what he has. "This is late. '
nope for the
that he will
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accessory to the 01 tue c-ounuy . coniorm to ttie present poiuicai ami nw uo-u
When a President n intlneneed sceial tnatinn. and seek to im- CKer s 'f.'T'"1"" s S!H L'.al1
infinite wisdom could devise
better plan than to turn it over to now recollect, about half way between
ne-ro domination. But it can the soun.i ana tn es ue w ner en arvey
p hall used to stand. The grave then
never be. Such are not the ways wa9 washed away. All we could find
of Providence ; such has never been a small bone and a part of a brass
To be Continued.
THE NEW DISCOVERY.
You have heard your friends and neigh
bors talking about it. You may yourself
be one of the many who know from per-
; have weight in increaa--trustofthe
ely 1 "elt at the North.
lav hi. Justice r le d 01 ; 1 ,. 1
o cuir.t .-.upnuie v ourt the advancement of the P.epubli- There is but one
ted on a warrant charging can party rather thae the interest ueero. aud that is.
Mr. Skinner took charge of them and
they may now be in the possession of
H. S. GoKDNER
CAUTION TO MOTHEItS.
Every mother is eatition-d s gainst giv
iii; her child lau laiui-.n or jar-goric: it
creates an unnatural tra ;n- for stiniu-
is. It you nave ever tnea 11, you aje one
of its staunch friends, because the wonder
ful thing about it is, that wben once giveu
a trial. Dr. King's New Discovery ever
after holds a place in the house. If you
have never used it and should be afflicted
- i , 1 i n 1 4 , .
wun a congo, com, or any iuroai, iu"g i catarrh, ine more complicated your
or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once 1 disease, the greater the number an, I
and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed , diversity of symptoms. Thousands of
every time, or money refunded. Trial hot- ca8e8 annually, without manifesting
child . ties iree aixv. i . xurry a v uujewue auu ; aif of the above symptoms, result in
A Business like Oil", r.
For many years the manufacturers of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Ksmedy have of
fered, in good faith, $500 reward for a
case of Nasal Catarrh which they ean
not cure. Tbe Remedy is sold by drug
gists at only 50 cents. This wonderful
remedy has fairly attained a world to,:
reputation. If you have dull, heavy
headaohe, obstruction of the nasal pas ,
sages, discharges falling fiom the head
into the throat, sometimes profuse,
watery and acrid, at others thick, tena
cious, mucous, purulent, bloody and
putrid, if the eyes are weak, watery
and inflamed; if there is ringing in the
ears, deafness, hacking or coughing to
clear the throat, expectoration of of
fensive matter, together with scats
from ulcers; the voice being changed
eni has a nasal twang; the breath ot
fensive; smell and taste impaired: sen
sation of dizziness, with mental de
pression, a hacking cough and geneial
debility, you are suffering from nasal
roth: rris ui. : , acT.iiusI
manufacture:' ar.d Dealers in
L-NGINES M; iauTS' SUPPULS
ftiitidirs of S : -. ItolUr.
Saw rnilU. l.,!fclui: it rf flachlan,
W -,-. ..,. of !! kinds
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t ' o we have in
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Agent and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
repared retail urug ruore. noienaie price, w QOQgvimption, and end in the grave. No
. - h ,nnri nliM riin urwl f.nr.1 tlw,! Tiir,o Tt PT UOZ 1 'El . A I qoq aO ia ark onirnnn m orn Mt'cro ? 1
more by party spirit than he is by prove his condition through the ls Lsr.,.leSs an i contains no opium' or " " and dangerous, or less understro.t. er
patriotism, it is ominous of the elevat hilt influences of education, irnrnlitn-- s'ohi It Jti rrv. Newborn. Beecham's Pills act like maffic on a more unsuccessful! v treated hv tdnsi
In1 ntu of J.'HHi, and on future of the country. morality antl obedience to law. N ". ' weak stomach. cians.
errv on eunes-
eld was released
B."' L'-;f;r. Iruggists
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t.el' n "i.iviry "2S dwtlr"
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