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in i ki k?s ijet1 iisr all things.
Term U.OO For
; xii-a i
, VOL. XII.
NEW BKRXE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, SEPTE.M I!ER 5,
1 V "VI
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POLITICS THIS YEAR HK STEADFAST.
Although there is no national po- W hen an army lias been defeat
itical canvass thia vear, politics is od. its general looks for another
Monday. coming t0 tue fn,nf because of the battlefield or. satisfied that the
naking money interest taken in State campaigns, ground he occupies in the best at-
inevitable e -nsi
into i lie pin.- I.i-:
the same djp,
i' V .re,
(b ath is the portionate gain under the administra
te. If they go 'ion of ' Mr. Bryrn is far in arrear of
rv will find of Col. Whiiford.
; is abounds 6"cn uo uu pleasure to record any
:. Tar's for cloth
Klections are to
FoTnX'Stii&nlrMnipalrBir DfiBStion Disordered Liver.
rt"JUM Sold-by aix druqists.
,liA 5.5 CENTS PER BOX.
jT?. ALLEX A CO., s
' Tok V.ttt Kt HYATT
Pill oa tcCapl ci f. r .
sa a. st r n ii. sr., kiv vonu,
n i; kfp 7.;.. . V,-- ;
: i jirj.'. (tT'.-us- :n.-r.:.v:-. ::;. cr.)
t ( :
.ii.t : ;re,;.4r
r: J t 1': iiifd 1
K for the
; " m t e d a
,,;iKJ.DJS-toii, 2XT- O.,
Have for sale at Lowest Prices Possible.
S,000 lb. Lonllwd Sn-iff,
1.000 Joi. Cou' ipo.-l Co;:.m,
10O lw3-ie Tobc-co.
100 bls of Tb. M Uolf.4 r.. :
( boie of Nicl Sp, the b- . i'
50 bJ 4-4 Shetinjr.
10O bote of Ana and lmxr l :- S :i
500 bbU..!f M Tork.
3.000 paiv o' 2e'r Ury. tu i -
A Fl LL LIN k . );
Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing & Furniture,
AT Iil'.r A 1 1. AND WHOLES M.I
W ar pr prtJ to jitj joa :i fcsTI'.c: r.ri . : . M r. ; .,
in the 1 '.tra'.e.l l'-.4r' r.
' - !: 11..
:. ivcri; n:c
i n : . : : e r.i a n .
Ne'.v l ); If
e -hock was
. 8". Mondav
'He in several
. : i object to
. ' because he
I imtxt-J )emo-
: t-1 ' 1 in
annmterof S:a'es, (ur it
New York. Nc v ,1i-rs,
N'irjjiii: i, that the country is
ing ii ii most i'-i,cerii.
Democratic papers el N t Vurk
assert that the Empire S'.i'e will
c? rtaiti I be permanently fixed in the
Democrat ic ciiu m n t h is fal I. because
of t he ever i ncrea u g demand for
taritf re for m .
In Ohio the Democrats are con
fident. Eoraker is the caudidate
of the liejiublican party for tover
nor, for a third term, and the disaf
ection in the ranks of his own party
in ceii ra
none of the adv.
schools ai;d eh;::
This (1 ,:.,;
in A : k . - - ,s ( , , .
soaie I'laiitci b in
no satisfied w i ; n i
NOKTII CAK0L1XA NEWS.
From tiie Slate Tapers.
Ivj rope crwt ;
is very considerable. Especially is section. il ;ft; i mosi ties and personal
thia the oae with the colored u en prejudices, the late California
who have issued a call for a State tragedy and the conduct of the
tainable position, he fortifies it
as to l ender it mi pi egnable.
The Democracy u .is defeated in
the last National campaign, but it
was not on account of the position
The Democracy has never material
ly cluuged its position. and in near
ly all -he campaigns it has waged it so ;n a
i. . . i . .1.. .... -ri
nas o.-tn gioi iuu?i M1CCCSSIU1. ijilCstlo:. ;m of t he
i - 'c "iwi uo uu LuauKv ui uuui wno ciiiei .spoil l il;(-r contracts to go
now. Erom every quarter comes to Aikansiis. Thoie is nothing to le
the cheering assnrance '-the people gained by. ,:. if -.,ges are higher,
are raHjinR." it mut be remembered that moie
Recent occurences have strength- is expected, and ail the couif. i ts of
ened the D. mocracy. Eayingasidee ; hocce and the et.jo un-Lta of health
The leauherii' trip
each, necessarily, $147.
Hookerton Clipper: Mr. I.e. Hardy
brought to thia office laat week a Ktalk
of corn with 175 ears on it. ThiH sounds
like ''too mao squirrels up one tiee"
but it is the truth.
Mount Ilolly News A little six year
old son of Mr James Lay, of Berrylull
t but with "uess or me roaa save in a way
" ' 1 ; that we think would remedy the evil.
i market, Whenever it has come toour knowledge
it are to be we have gladly given note of any im-
" d North provement or development connected
with it, and we shall continue to do ao.
, hlinrerj Tne appointment of a President for
. v. . o . . . . , , uiu son or Mr. James ih
there are tm0thr t6rm 19 8O0D l Uke plaCe" and ! township. Mecklenburg
, 'nisi toat uovemor rowle will give I drowned ou Tuesday evening, August
it carefui and thorouch consideration. heavy rain fell drv. and the little
:egro labor. J t IS There are numbers of men .lr.n th!,ellow waa playinR in a branch when
m: we very much line of road that are amply competent ! JWa anJ drownd'
whites manaf e it, and as a four year.' tert doiD .CT V .toZZ,
uuut r ine present adminiatratton has I ceased. We are informed that the
given so much dieeatisfaction, it seema wire 'or the Jamesville and Washing
to ua that a change not only suggests
itself but is highly important.
THE LONDON STKIKE.
Over :30,000 Men Out.
Is lie Unpopular or Net ?
This ih tha TJisnou nroncundul r,v
corienuou 01 coioreu xoiers 01 uoveri) mellt in regaru to It, must the Kuleigh Call iibou: P.
- , ( M I, l M M I
ue utter! v sacrificed.
!'....., auKunui. ine strifee sit
uation ii unchanged. It is rumored
th it the printers intend to join in it.
Ohio, to be hold in Toledo, on Sep- open the ey es of the people to the of the A. & N. C. U. We do not think , The Lord Mayor his rZsed Come
tember 10th and 11th, to consider danger of t he encroachment of the uh a .tue-tion would haw been asked j arbitrator of the differences between
the political situation. The signers Federal Government upon State by the Ca!1 if its publisher had made en eir employers, fearing
sa3: -We Ixhve that U is expe- rights and popular libetv. If the T" c.lu.8int wuh tlie -ntimeEt a WloM
. tl l(r.,;.. aiuug me une hundred and thirty ihn,,.o
sail railroad an J those who are coal porters at important centres are
: hat if Gongre8f '
rams were blown
-:.. into a mos- dient to cull a convention of our States can no longer be permitted u
- i : N a 1 l)
t : , ! . ; y f o r
I 1 1- in ocrau
v, :it any c.
:. -i-e ;f ;:...
Amer.c.m l.'.ou mere I
Am pr;c i s
fa r .:. l-'j
- a:i As,
ii"H.;ti:io woaldn"t race to consider the many p
grievances that uotv hiuder our
l .ti io puui.-n criminals lor tne violation interested in it
ol law, our boasted Republican in
Fii'.Kui Maine is au- political progress aud weiiare. Also etutuioiis ,,re things of the past
he statement that the ! 10 consi der the denials of recogni
f the House can pre- t'ou 'n townships and muni-
ii.ge :n the rules in the clpal government of the State, and
flagrant and ontragious discrimina-
and hberly ati empty dieam.
Not only is centralization d' 1
its work iur '.he overthrow ol the
Uepublican jiarty, but Plutocr;iey
luture prosperity, nor i jwiu,ur tut? BLnaers.
would it have t , . n a.ked bad he given , wo.nunared and fifty steamers are
B lying in the docks awaiting cargoes.
any credence to etau-menta announced j Riverside factories employing thou
in the J, ni.NAi. at various times. The I sands of hands are closing for lack of
Call 34Ts that from the beat information ' cos'-
it can get the trouble was started by a i 0'' , A,UKQ9t 27-The London
., . . . , jOhamberof Commerce urges the dock
newspaper that had differences with !
managers to agree to arbitration.
tioas that have been practiced 111
the last four years in the State
is undermining its foundations.
Eut a little while ago the Uepubli
air. rrv an. ana that other papers along several members of the House of
the lire- i, id almost ?u:ceede i in mak-i Comm?n8' in ttn interview with the
ion the public bditve that there is ; " " Wmaioinerri
and Large Lot
een ou Mon
Tl:e E; e.-ident says that
e 1.0 announcement to
to 1 il .ng an extra kes
kt .... The 'piestion is
Ih added to
which Governor Eoraker is its head, woul
Jtue political Darners, umicuiiies perpetuate its
solved success- the
; ! e n t o t tne
union which 'includes
;ants savs that goath I ' l"lullt M1" cau party leu secure in its triumph '--"J - ""-n..u.,u on me pan airectors promised to consider the mat-
' .,....,,.. 1 .. . 1 ., . 1 1 u . . . 1 of t he neoi le i n t h,it rt inn f or tha . I ter. Thera rn fin voae.l , i 1 :
a' Mi. wnrM'a """i-'""' wuuumch rtuu m,iua(cu oecatlse lour new OtatfS Were atHlUt u - j . ""'"'"'"K
a. .lu worlds . nrti. llHmlnlJtrutJnn .rt tn . f. Mr Bryan, an.i that so far the ied way to wh.ch the strike has
mo-t e.torate - ' " l" . umu m-n , . . , u .- I uo?t y1 "tenaea
lugument its strength ;ind hlu.....w...u:
t i'; iuc (jicpo niau 1UI 11 ILU
power. A change We only r-p-ak for the Journal. gad 1 They were orderlv. Cotl men in th
and problems that stand in our has come, and 111 the western sky it it has maJe more complaint than ! 8?nds haye joined the strikers, and the
believe it to " signs 01 improve
. w :
to concede the men's demand. The
One hundred thousand striking Wfc
lnKAWnvn 1 3
I iiwicii uiarvueu in procession today.
! way can never be
Democrat ic star reigns sov-
luiiy ty our race until parties are-ereign of the ascendant. The New
brought to know the uncertainty of York JStar; publishes the following
where aud how the negro will cast a.s the 1 itest :
Big Trunks, Little Trunks and Medium Size
Tnxnks. Trunks of nearly every description
and to suit all tastes.
Han Patent Roller Tray Trunk,
'IKK V '
bi bxllot. In other words it is our
duty to divide under the pre.-ent
complains that exeirencles of the time, and vote
Ic j r h ; enemies! on together when circumsMt.ct - de
E.iard. I'niv. Eowle , ,1
I :,'. :. do:;e h:sduty if he The Oaio Democratic Coavcntion
:. :.a-e ! a Eurd favorable . act at Day ton -yesterday, and the
;e c. i-., : ,,f pr. WrisMom rjornmation of Campbell is clearly
: :..-.v! 't.at ;:.stitQtioii. ; foreshadowed. He ig popular with
vmmakkk. tbe Sa nt, says the mag es, and strong in debate.
- - :. ei wh-. .me Demo- Foraker is the great "shrieker,"
.ire -J or.r :vcuse they and "bioodj-shirt waiver."' His
- t gr.ev e t in :r fam iliea . campaign material is worn out.
er's famtlv well pleas Campbell will, in all probability,
e o;.T.4'.ions7 force the fighting on econom.c
M -tiger. pacstiOns and State lssueti. with an
II much s;.-kness and encouraging prospect of euceos.
i .' 'imsUiwu, J'a., In New Jersey Democratic v ic
4. . An enthusias- tory is a foregone conclusion,
a- held the bnamean Loon Abbott is certain "to be the
To th- Editor .1' t hi Star :
Sir Have you noticed how em
phatically Mr Grand-on of his
Grandlat lu i Harrison's adminis
trat.on 1- no' being endorsed by
the new Stater, that expect soon to
be added to the I'uion sisterhood?
praise, it is bi'cau;.e e
have been true and a duty we owe to
the stockholders as well as the commu
nity through which the road traverses.
If we have itfr made
ment. Meetings Of nmnlnvnra nnrl
workmen continua to be held, but with
out result. Directors of the Commer
cial Dock Company have declined the
any misstate, j Ubor "4,7"X. '"w "K'D
ments about the road it was unintetjt- I r .Tt,. a
, , . , , I London, August 23. At a meeting of
ional. and eluve aUvay- stood, not i the striking dockmen, this morning,
only v. ilbug. hut ti c t con ect any j Mr- Burn, leader of the striken, said
error that mi-bt harp :,e..rt uiii- ! that he had heard that 4,000 Belgians
We .1., r ot .)V t! . ,.org cf ' would be imported unless the strike
' V was ended. He at once telegraphed to
mtrgn y ar.,,-!, :Jt ,,. oulwe the BelgUn Workingmen's Union and
hardly thick ih it these at.-nc ;hp line blocked that mnn rf tha
M. 1 - - wuw VUSSVTVSO.
outana has been given ti) In of the A &N c R Wr.ul.l lay aL y ! The strikers baye reached the number
the Kepu lii leans. It is Democratic .i.i,,,,.,,, , of 150,000. The leaders ex Dress a de
1 termination to presri their claims and
of a county that are march through the streets until the de-T.sSi-iiit
jre. Farmers ' rnands of the dockmen shall have been
(' i-i .'fers SLd Kraoiea.
. r. Iivp A report comes from the officials of
" ' ?!-" all thinks 1 effect that there is s prospeot for a set-
'- . r" ' 'r,-- iic line of the A. ! tlement of the differences, and a feeling
& M C K Lie lowi: succeeded in ! ?f increased hopefulness prevails. There
makine the Puhi.c i.-b-ve thr. th.r. ia " ,.ui.iwb aua anairs nave
a unanimous def-ire cn the p3rt of our
people that Mr I
moved, then we thank u in know ing i beavers are resuming work at an ad
piestion made so in
.- i-tire bv t he popular
i 1 r 1 -on . ui d
; I 1 1 !
uo -m.t :
W'.Vsh 1 ug! 1
I )cruocrat ic 1
Charley Voorhees, could neerhave
been ilcc'td as its Delegate in
t'ongrr--. The new State of
Wellington is much more Ekely to
Ihj Democrat a: and to scud two
Democrats to the Senate than to
claim t o.v a r d t r
the m jistrat-cs
appointed by the
Aii i o o- C'. u '' v
1 r. f'v '. i
let; 1 1 ory has been
I )an Voorhees' sou.
: generally quieted down. In the Ticin-
lty of fat. Pancras depot, however, there
i.ryan should be re-1 18 still some excitement. Manv ooal-
WVloSl la sosnj lo baooot pamltr Sk-iow -if
IX yom wMt to br Ti-ak ci! aaj w fjr r-r.r I
hmf omit sel thM aayay troui 10 iio w thm.
s x y s t
be Republican and send two Sena-
ast Monday Democratic candidate for Governor tors ol that political faith.
that we can . ietj i much power.
As the Cill miy hive overlooked an
article that appeared ia the Journal a
few days ago, we will re-produce a few
even North Dakota paragraphs to vtrify the weight'of the
W. B. PLANNER.
J. W. STEWART,
dB tM Uverj Stable.
KiA r ; . . . . ;n . v. , r ...
t . trades to OUlt WOT! Ul ciianuir iu tuo miuir.
matters to an issue at 'w'11 certainly return to her a
h.pping bu.-iueae is com
i E:-:..: g t
I i i : s ' r . W e i
'. - 4.s-(;:r. . ng
a". 1 t :. 1T1' : -1
1 : sire r - : ::
op. ce: the
p ete.v p.iTalzed, and the mail
steamers leave without cargoes. ;
N toreign -atesman h.ta so firm 1
a :. Id i:i American admiration as 1
e. So firm indeed ia
ha' t'e w sharo itvu- . of;
.. - c.i.-.-.-r .re ev,-r seen z Amen
1 . r-.ti.-r.-. f;,e criticism of
t .4. :-'; e. ' ... re fore, which his old
t' e:..: 1 ibcicn Hughes, the author
o; Tom Erown at Rugby," con-
't o'.'e- :.. t h- September E01 am is
el- :: 1 1 r periodical l.tera-
. 1. I... . I 1. . . ....
lo nave uuckco uuuer me . icl uenco tbe La 1 has seen ht to hestnw .1 j-
1 do i luj tuo j Bius uouBr ponce es
.luiuiu.Maim sauuie, arm uus upon sail raptre m anpointine Mr. I cort. They divided the chain ariH
overthrown all Repub- Rrvau. ! traces, compelling the drivers to return.
letermined of New Jersey, and, aa a natural And now
t;,.,t, i"cn a. l ll i n la mini f 1 f, n..vf SCCIUS
III l -V'lllll " . I Ll , .L, D L. 1 .J Ll -i L
lKt.f ,i amafr'if rf Oi i j I i t t I.i .iri
. li i . lu.jtini.a.u vi kii n i i ut: co ili - .1 . 1 11,. .
. f lalHuers ... Iondon monweultb. ew Jersey was lost hcatl schemes and calculations. -la answer, we say did not the mag-.iTi:iien-(
proivortioaa 1 to tne I)cmocray in 18SS bj aom- The Republican (irogram, as gen- istrates of Cartert county and a large
r n, bination of cirenmstancps. imnossi- eraliy understood, was to push number of citizens assemble at Beaufort
. i in it i ll u Li r - , - .
r. . . ,rilln or.
vance in wages, which course ia vlo-
lently opposed by the strikers, who
urge that no work should be resumed
until the advance demanded is con
ceded to all.
A mob of howling strikers, number
ing several thousand, attacked the coal
ton telegraph line his arrived and that
the line will be in working order at un
LenoirTopic: The fruit crop haa bee n
80 abundant that the demand for fruit
jars has been the greatest ever known
in this section. For the fourth time
in two months our mail reached its
destination on time Monday. Two and
three papers of different usues. Home of
them marked "misst nt" came in v. nh
Wilmington Review: One of our
weekly subscribers called in this morn
ing and paid us for nine years' sub
scription, from December, 1882, to De
cember, 1891, seven years back and two i
years ahead. Brother, where does that
man live? What's his name? Was
there anything curious look ing about
U'Ull ilULIt.AI. j
Charlotte News: Mr. J. W. Kuk
Patrick, one of Sharon's leading far
mers, in speaking of the cotton outlook
today, said that while the plants are
unusually large, the fruit is scarcer'
than some people seem to believe. The
wet weather caused a .jreat dropping I
off of ' -for ros." In this respect con-j
siderable damage has resulted to the
fields in Mecklenburg.
Winston Republican: Register Stan-j
ton has completed the compilation of
the 1889 tax lists. There are over b, 000
names. There will be an unusually '
large amount of brandy made in Pied I
mont Carolina this year. At Stokes
court the deputy collector took nearly a
hundred bonds in two days, and in fact !
from all sections comes the report of j
due preparation for the distillation of '
the large caap of fruit. I
Winston Daily: An accident occurred 1
on the C. F. & Y. V. Railroad last Hat ;
urdav morninar. near Uermanmn au
the train was moving bIowIv over a 0F OftO Rorrrrinrr Dnnro
I trestle across a small stream the trestle ' u'5B11Jb ua6 '
gave way and the engine fell through. The cheapest ANTI TIM ST Magging
The engineer jumped off and was not on the market
hurt. The fireman bad an aim broken
Fortunately no one else was hurt. The
bridge must have been poorly con-
I if rni' ii, ii nmM f itgant form
THE L A X A T I VE and NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
It I M W
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with tin nudicinril
virtue, .. p! k:...w n to be
r.iost lH.nrrKi.il to the human
system, loininif an agreeable
and t th i t;c l.ix.itivc tn jwrmn-
Ik r,tly l ine Habitual Cotlsti
patioii, ;im.1 ll r iii.mv ills de-
pellC Ml ( :i ;, u i ., 1, ( .j ln.U ti ('
( ' iiii'iitii .ii i '1 ibe
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
W h r r, one i i ' 1 , . . i . . or ( n 'it i j . j 1 1 cl
PURE BLOOD, REFRCtHINC SLCtP,
HEALTH ,-inrl ITRENCTH
NATUHALIV FOl LOW
E'vel I .UO 1'- tc ll .i;.. :iU-
dciiliU d u it!: !
A'.K YOl.w Kl,,l.F' l l it
MANUFACTUHtU ONLY 1Y
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
st n am .see. l.
LOOISVILll. ry A W YOHK. H
CRAVEN ST., NEW BERNE, N. C.
OFFER F')K SAI.F.
1,000 Bunches Cotton
structed. a it has just been completed.
Charlotte Chronicle: Joe Caldwell, a
negro well digger, who has been living
at Biddleville, was run over and killed
Sunday about 5 a.m. midway between
the overhead bridge and Salisbury rond
crossing on theTt. & D track in North
Charlotte, presumably by the engine of
train No. 51, northbound. Parties in
town had seen Caldwell drunk Satur
day night, and knew that he went up
the Salisbury road some distance on a
wagon. lie evidently got off at the
crossing and went to sleep on the roadbed.
Sept 1, 1 H.
( I RKS
Cold in Head
RlllAi&h NawS tnH OKaarvAr- Tl.
Durham (llnhfl Bna i,ko a,u 1 . A rartl' 10 Hpplloa1 into oneh notrll and
uurnam uiotw learns or the death of , la KWfai,u. i rio cnm pruitHmtr- hy
Uranny (joeton, at Murphy, N. C. She mail, ret.isicrcd. m cis. ki.y hhothk'kb.
o Warren Htrcet. nw Vrk
Harrison Allen, one, oftbn ni,i ana unanimously pass resolutions re-
Cameron rwa in IVnusvlvania and ?"eDJli T5f 0' JeBPpint
,171- . , , . . , iur- Dtjau. i ms win not oe aeniea.
a. cirnst baccer in l).itot;i for ..ru .u- . c.
i no --- i ! uiu LLut iuh cuuuty rurmer s Aiu-
anc0. Governor, aud. N. G. Ordway, of ance in several adjoining counties pass
Virginia is as certain to be Iem- unsavory record, anil Gilbert A. resolutions asking the Governor not to
ocratic this fall as the leaves ol her P-erce, of uo particular record or ! lf?LbJ;D ,tllef "i0"
I'harai-ttr f,r Wontrtra " io irhn n u.u.Cucu v,.., iu ,u.u.,n iuC wwvciuui
armv of Administration heelers
Fine UcTt .Bd AMule always
on hand. .'. n
dlapoeed of on easy terms.
I af6n taal a Baaber of Tine TrJm, th ?
lw trailed PaddV flere9 for both ladte and ,?e
,nad 8treet, -New Berne, N
( i r a y. .
tn : titer t'-r
:' 1 r v. : a . and
tl iVf t re
it i:.d tr: ii
ire . c.i
of J ;:v ; ,
ea n;.s .ire e x pressed as
r of the V'ederal courts
in N axle's case in Cali
;' :s tliongbt he will
t. Stockton and
S'ate courts: there
at:en- in the case
tin! it is said the
of In attacks
eral power to pro-ming-ton
forests are to fade before the chill
lQK blasts of approaching winter.
As we said in a preceeding article,
"the nom ination of William Ma
hone bv the .Republicans makes
- Iemocrai. lukewarmnetw in Vir
ffinia an impossibility, and, with
Democratic unity success is inevi
table. These elections will Lae ieat
Intluence on the National mtest of
If Mew York coea I)emoc:;itic
Sew Berne to "Wilmington.
Mr. W. N. Jacobs, Foreman of Wil
mington Steam Fire Engine Company,
No 1, received yesterday from Mr.
James W. Moore, Foreman of New
Berne Steam Fire Engine Company No.
1, a handsome souvenir of the recent
visit of the latter to our city. It is in
the shape of a card in recognition of the
courtesies extended the New Berne
firemen and is written" in a beautiful
Spencerian hand-writing and neatly
framed. The following is the testimo
nial: 'To Wilmington Steam Fire Engine
Company A'o 1, of Wilmington. N. C.
ibe JNew Berne Steam Fire Engine
1862. EATON 1888.
HAS A FINK STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks. Jewelry
AND PLATliD WARE-
of their action and lay before him their
reasons, which waa done in wriricry
and strikers has been working and Tnis cannot be denied.
wirepulling for months to accom "Did not thencounty commissioners of
plish these purposes Lenoir county pas a resolution, unani-
The first State Convention, which mouelfr a9in l (overnor not t0 P
. . til 11 , pome Mr. Hrvan 1 Tdih 13 true.
ni i n'M r 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' r nm
11 .1 I . r . u JJia not tn association of business Company No. 1, sends greetings, ac-
knockeil the first section ot this men of Kinston in a meeting of about ; kno wledgement of the handsome re-
progrem '-galley wast and crooked,'' seventy-live member unanimously j cention and generous entertainment
hv overwhelmingly defeating Alleu, pas a resolution asking the Governor . accorded us during our recent visit to
and nominating -'Farmer" Miller, a K,ttore'r",'''t Bryaii ? Vl? h Wilmington.
Firmeis" Vlliance man for Gov bt 60 'cformt'i . ' '"Mere words are inadequate to ex-
l arm, is Alliance man, lortrov- Atfte recnt appraisers meeting ! press our appreciation of the courteous
ernor. 'farmer sillier is a hald is thi-city iu which every county ! Retention. orn.hBrtfl hn,r.iii;
....... .. j i 1. 1. .... u...i. . u . . i. i .. . . r. - r. r . r j
viuiuci L.iuuiudii , ituu iiKt. leiic nan uie h'ju luLiciitfM ii ii. i a rep.eeeu
of thousands of Western, and t.-mve. we hv,- b-1 n luiurmea tuat it
Nnrthwi-Ktern farmers in oniwi.se.l wan tnt- unsuimous opinion or ice Doara
and the Kepublicaa majority is re- to ;l" trusts aud monopolies and in
tavor oi a general ana radical over
I" !'" " " 'gg" ' "ii '.aui -L.tTPirT
I - - 111 I I I fl II U 1 J i 7 1 11 T U " B n Mr ii A t., ad
Bl 1J!I Srjii 1 a s r, .nii
I n. .--irrW if fn lnieCTri : tbi.i- that
lrr.il: .I'll... ''itT 'ATJ W i .fl 'in 11 I w, ;;
- -r-JTj-w-r r'""'M.:hi:"
i .:: '. ::i-re :.
duccfil in Ohio, Harrison's prestige
i will x gone, and the theory of pro
! tection will go realiug to the
: In a word: if the great agricul
j tural communities pronounce iu
favor of tariff reform, the return of j5tire8
' Democratic ascendency is .is sure gether
hauling of the tariff. He will, if
elected, be an independent Gran
ger Governor, and a Republican in
no partisan sense.
The indications point strongly
to the probability of a similar lanil-
lde in the election of I'nired t'ou when he mi k
enators, and there is alto- tl"' ejection.
W i ' hi SO COfV n;
cordial good fellowship displayed by
you. and while memory lasts the occa
sion will remain the paramount one of
"Our visit was a very carnival of
pleasure and the contributors and pro
moters thereof will ever occupy the
-trong reason to expect
that Mr. tirnu s own stitment as to
the condition of the roal ought to be
sufficient to prevent hie reappointment.
"And again: so great wa.- the oppoci-
uun to Mr. Hryan in Lenoir county that i greenest snot in our rememhran
prominent Democrats tuern had to! "In thus making Dublin ar-knowUrio'e.
u-e evry eiTort i ment of the obligations under which
we rest we also take occasion to express
the hope that the amity and mutual
good will now existing may ever con
tinue. "Very sincerely.
The Newborn Steam Fire Engine
(Jo. No. 1."
pledge thf-rusel vte to
with the G )V(ruor to h ue Mr, Bryan
removed in onii-r tu krt p them from
-.irawiiig out th- Gov. re r ;n this ques-
Mi it. K:r.tuii before
inspired that orth Dakota wib send two
I udeprn den ts granger iudepeu-
iI.iti f j t lm 1Hfmr inaaiiunlan, uurt
All the agricultural organiza ions . , , ; ' .
h ot independents, at that to keep
in the I'moh are vigorously at ,-ompauy with four Democratic
work, and we look confidently to the Senators fium Montana and Wa.sn-
TheLtBergner fe Eugel
PHifMLPHIfl LAGER BEER,
H UlfQUXSTlONABLY THE
Finest Beer Extant.
It is brewd from - the finest Pale Canada
West Barley Malt and
highly recommended for
the giant West in the great struggle of
ot 1 sii As for the S'C.ith, she
will be as solid as her rin k t:Ved
North and Bli.l. 1 ) IDI.K V,t he Indiana tr.ck-
rae apprehensions .er and briber, is credited with
i. i well. ire of two the remark: "We'll pat some elixir
.. to if in harmony, of life into Virginia politicians be-
e no peace, no st- fore we get through with them."
issues, no prosperi- Come down, WiLliam, and try your
:i" promotion of little game; and before we get
true Kepubliraninm, throujh with you we'll put you in
'. the country the penitentiary where you belong.
Will not tins be enough to take
the control of the Senate away
from the Republicans
Yours respectfully, R. I'. S.
I" trgo, North Dakota, Aug. -'.
A MISTAKE SOME WHERE.
It has been announced that four
hundred white families will go from
the Carolina?: to
There is a mistake somewhere.
iteru frem th, Kins-
t m Free Press whi h will plainly how
that Mr Bryan is not trie right man to
induce an increase of business:
"Who is to bUme if not Mr. Bryan?
I' "Truth" will coin to Kinston and
consult our shippers he will rind many
of them who will never patronize it
when they c:in avoid ic. as long as Mr.
Bryan is Prer-i Jt-r.t. A competent busi
mss nun uuld secure much more
freight tritti; from Kin.-ton. and we
believe other pi .ccs nn ih- r- '.-oi where
there is competition ''
The Wilmington Steam Fire Engine
Company greatly appreciate the testi
monial and will hang it on the walls of
their hall as a precious souvenir of a
welcome visit. Messenger.
was 121 years old Densioner and remem
bered the battle of King's Mountain.
Her corpse weighed only fifty pounds.
The great revival at Chapel O ill
continues. Much interest is manifest
ed. Fifty one persons joined last Sun
j ...i . .
uay. i nere nave so rar Deen con
versions in all. We learn that there
are thirty-six candidates fpr the chair
of Pure Mathematics in the University.
Most of them are strong men and the
Trustees will have no difficulty in get
ting a suitable successor to the very
able and lamented Prof. Graves.
Wilmington Star: Major Roger 1'. m-k t i.kn.
Atkinson, chief engineer of the Cape I keep it l.irger Btocli nf Sprtarls
Fear and Yadkin Valley railroad, died than any other stun- in North Carolina
yesterday morning at half-past three . I take particular pains to fit them u Lhe
o'clock, at his home in Greensboro, N. 1 eyes of part ios need ing th m .
C of dropsy of the heart. Major At-!
kinson was in tbe 62d year of his age, i Having worked steHiliii at th hern It
and left a wife and one child. He was ' for over thir y years 1 " In I can do
a native of Virginia, but had been con- ! as good wfirk hh .it, , v. . ichmaker in the
nected with railroad enterprises in this 8tati.
State for a number of years. Sunday GOME AS! Sl.l, MK.
night last Mr. Charles M. Galloway,' SAM K KAToN, '
living on South Ninth street, killed a' M idd le strwit.
rattlesnake about four feet in length in OpiKwiie Baptist ' ),nr. h fni2 dwtf
his chicken house. The snake had
lr. - I
BUY GOODS LOW,
1 - A !
3 E I ! T S & BRO.
I' i o i s ; 1 1 1 .
( i r i i
: I '. K'l ;
' I StlOt 8.
ml m In n in
A 1. 10)
Laazer Hops, and
its TONIC and NU
hib repatatioo n,.tni .o,
OMPAXT U das zo Ik ft iht , :
Mortal jli.9 arv a-d in1 that th
as eiem.l darm '. maafa-'ari.
RKR( NKR A. KNiiKI.
v :..e KINKST A N ! Ll ST
r:'- SKILL jind I'AICK
Acnt and Bottler. New Berne. N. C.
, ; a man as
. ."." - -I'liiladelphi-
i : jii.iuKi miles of
e ; ... n c:;strurted in
ati I :.'.: t he work of ad
e m ;e ij;e gi es on with
e a -; y There are
r ,oU ii o-v under con
:. '. '.e S":;'!i ; han in any
" ot t i.e countr : new
:.ter; r.ses in the South
"'re coi.Ddence and
' ' a ' :. e money cen -
'-e of other ?ec-
:i .i'id. t ion t : h is the re
t;e: earning of South
i i - for the paj: ear show
re.ie of bn.;neAs than
-e- ' .".i tu. coantry,
h'w the Smth
L-chbarg (Va) News, Dem,
8 EN ATI K HAMTTt'N went
itraiglit to the mark when in a re
cent interview he said, touching
the proposed efforts of certain Re
publican leaders to raise the econo
mic lMue in Virf-iHia, North Caro
lina, Tenneee, and Alabama, that
it would fail ' Inicatise there is one
inU-rest which, in these States,
transcends all others the question
of honest and efficient local govern
ment." Local self government and
the preservation of Southern civili
zation are paramount to all other
considerations. Richmond Dis
Weldon, N. C, Aug. 20. A colored
excursion from Wilmington numbering
1.400, arrived at Halifax this evening.
Some becoming disorderly they were
arrested. On that account a general
riot seemed imminent. Several pistols
were fired. The cit zens fearinc trnnhle
If this unpopularity failed to injure armed themselves and telegraphed to
the road it would not make so great a Weldon for help. Sheriff Allsbrook
difference, but we do not see how aDy ! collected thirty determined men, white
.... , i and colored, and put them in charge of
unprejud.ced man can see. otherwise - MajorT. L. Emry and Major J. T. Oooch
than that it will Drove a hindrance in ! narureri un nno-inA una hnr no on a
Arkansas this . the increase of the revenue of the road, j went at once to Halifax. It was found
It is bound to be so and the figures .n their arrival that the town authori-
ow it when viewed from a proper ! four f th rinelead er8whoare now :2
If the people, who go, suppose that standpoint. U it fair or just to say that jail awaiting trial.
.i ., k(t. . 4. the administration of Mr. Bryan has1 .
thev can lind a better coonntry to , ,,,,,,
J been more successful than Col. hit-' A Big: Scheme,
live in than North Carolina, thev , ,- . r . , .
- fords because a four years term of t Mknphis, Tenn.. August 27. Passen-
are mistaken. It the Arkansas nr. Bryan ending May 31, 1S;1), aggre- j ger Agent Williams, of the Memphis &
cotton planters suppose that the gates 830,000 more than a four years' i Charleston road, has oontraoted for four
. , t v- .u r-i o i. . . r i . , -. t f , , , , I hundred white families to be brought
white people of North Carolina will term of Col. Whitford going as far back from the Carolinas to Woodruff eonnty,
prove to be the best laborers for tbe as lS8u ' Certainly Dot. To be just, Arkansas, where they will go to work
.1- . . V I I Annk.. 1 nn A I. VT i.
( , c , i . .., , ..-.,r,,,o i, .i trie raiio ui increase t-utiuia oe fiten, , "iwu.i ii uj iwmr. ni bi
, ' which is as follows:
.... , . , Ratio ot Im'p.easi:
I here is no place where the ,,si 0Ter l;,0
North Carolmiana thrives better issi4 over is:si
than he does in his native State. 1585 ov,fr
Here there is every variety of soil
and climate. If a tortioii of the
lands have been woi n by injudici
ous cultivation, it can be restored
by judicious fertilization. If a
virgin soil is wanted it is here in
Total for three yearn
UaTIj ul" I"' "KFiASF.
1 vv-7 over Stj .
1SS over is?7
Total for three years.
At thi same ratio of gain, had Whit
son they will be renters or oroppers on
snares, as tney may choose. The same
u Whitford. ' agent has also made arrangements to
SIT 832.85 1 bring eight thousand negroes from the
9 477. 3S I Caroiinas and Georgia to various points
9.273.62! in the Yazoo Delta. They will reaoh
their destination in time to assist in the
S3 0.533 82 ' gathering of the cotton crop. Mr. Wil-
i 'K Bryan. liams has already brought out oeer
gg 73 : three thousand negroes.
"'2 414 15
r. nn an MERIT WINS.
'. We desire to say to our citizens that for ! new j'1' ?ew t!r? new repidPnces,
St;?47S53 years we have been selling Dr. KiDi?s ' two D.ew church. bul dings, ne w mills,
iew inscovery for Consumption, Dr
First Shipment of
A DlTl TO VOl RSKI.F.
I' n urpnsing tl.ii'. p"pie :.'. :.v- R
c- uimon ordinary pill lea they cai. se
cire a virjble Knphsh one for the kmr
moor j l'r. Ackers tnglish pills are a
. ., !',,., . ..I...r. I .
.iiunii .iu.iuu.iuLc to supply two forJ been continued as president, the
generations. Here too are the ad-
King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica
tsaive and J-lectnc Bitters, and have never
tackled an old ben and had her ami one
of her brood of chickens in his roil.
The Durham Globe says that Arthur
Burcham, a young married man who
lives on "a farm near Llurhum, and Cal
vin Holder, a young man about 24 years
old, were killed by a freight trwi near
Durham last Sunday. They had linoi
in Durham the evening before drinking
had walked out on the railroad ami it
is supposed they sat down on the track
and fell asleep. The train e-irne hi t
and they were ground to death under
the wheels. The verdict of the eoron
er's jury was as folio ws: ''That one or
both of the victims were under the in
fluence of liquor, and that the up U
o'clock freight train struck and killi d '
them. Wo attach no blame to the rail
road authorities or any one else, Imt
their deaths were caused l.y their own
Burgaw Herald' We I. am from tin
Superintendent uf l'ulaic Instruct mi;
that the total cost of the IiihtituU
amounted to only 71 rents to each school
district in the county, and e think
that amount could not ten e i.reii npenl
to better advantage. v ilhe Kivup-
i bark, of South Washington, hn unlit to
jail a negro man culling himself Henry
Latham, who confesses, that he com
mitted the crime for whi-h he was ar
rested, to wit: break ing into the dwell
ing house of Mr. Keddick Dickson, and
taking therefrom several articles ol
clothing, etc. Mr. Kivenbark arrested
him near Teachoy's Wednesday after
noon. Tile man say a he was sent to the
penitentiary for two yearn from Car
teret county for larceny, and that he1
made his escape about three weeks ago.
Tarboro Banner: Improvements in
the cotton crop are repo-ted. A good
yield ia now expected. Some f;.ruiers
have better crops than ever before. But
do not forget that many, very many,
are very poor. Negroes around Falk
land, Pitt county, refuse to work in the
fodder field for less than fifty cents and
board per day. Forty cents and board
has been the price paid for many years.
but now few will work for that. Those
refusing to work belong to Knights of T0TTT TT HP A TTH"" F' Xj Pfl
Labor. About a month ago a mad JuxiN wlliJ i. I .1... , iV wU
dog passed through the farm of Capt. r .
J. C. Powell and bit several of his hoKs. 1. 1 U 1 r, It ri ,
The dog came to this place and w as r - . . .
killed as soon as it was discovered that OU'--'' HTiiniBU
he had the hydrophobia. It is reported , Manufacturers and Dealers in
that some of the hogs that were bitten ' ,,.,.
have gone mad and had to be killed to KNGIIsEa AKD irf At'dllMMV SUPPLIES
prevent them biting others.
Ilulldrra of KnlnN Hollers.
Elizabeth City Economist: Every-
thing points to a successful exhibition M'"- '',,K' " ,v ' 1,1 rt"l,""i
of tbe Elizabeth Citv Fair on October w e are 1. re 1 .h ' . . ; . . , . : h. . I .11 L hi.la
! 22, 23 and 24. The management is now wuh l'r '"" I'1 "
busily engaged making extensive im- pniu.Br ... , H-.. - u ,. , i,,,. m vi
1 nrovements. A new mai ket house, h to r. i.m i .(h ; k . a.
We ll . Ii.- i ,ii .1 i . . Kn ,. m,.l enllniKiA
for an v ilew-i I pi inn .r nine ii I tier i .
two iairs, an electric light plant, and We an- the aumit u me nan- i.r i.lir Air
several other things we do not nnw lean Saw Aini.i.h i, , Kuru m ti 1 1 n ' ola
reralL are thu Hiire in1 ic.at inn. ,f .1... 1 '""" runi i,u- M ;, M u
w. p. burrus & CO.,
AND GRAIN DEALERS,
N K W ItntNK, N . ) .
WT CAinsini. i . r pmilui r
J. 11 . CHAIITHKK
kl'l'llCllT no 111 t l.l ..U :.. , , . . '
,; , ... t umiLu txMuive cur ior aici ueaaar ho ami hut
rogress bat is lort'inf tr th troibJe. Thfy are am all, sweet, easily
. .. lataD and do not irrire.
..m:ngton Star. New Bsrne. N. f
lso! bv K. !(er-v.
vantages ot stable society with
schools ,ind churches in every com
munity. "We can see nothing to gain by
white laborers going to Arkansas.
If they go into the Mississippi
I ee fi r i.i 1 wttrk
Tl il'aw w it
earnings of the A. tV N". C. R. would handled remedies that sell aa Well, or that t Bteady march ot our town in the path of ,,,
i,oru k oiiii r.,f iu co.t 0nji,M.n have triven such universal satisfactinn . ! progress and improvement. If the new
, wl, ,,..', ,g . . , ' We do not hesitate to guarantee them every ! census is properly aud accurately taken TU- ii . H..!
lSSU.5M.LMb9.53. instead of 5l24.4oo.s4, time, and we stand ready to refund ill i will .show that the population of the nigh Aim DaVIS.
n ii-.j ... ... 11. LnjauLvk parunahe price ii s&Lisiaciory results oo!t"M,i,"l,;tf "1' w,-'i it- uusinehs. ,
that year. The statement stands for not follow their use. These remedies have i Accord ing to the estimates of popula
itself and clearly shows that the road is won their great popularity purely on their j ton fronl the registered vote the popu- Th
,..,,, . merits. I-orsaleby R. V Puffv, whole- 1 lation at this time will exceed 5 (lOo, ,,
not succeeding as it should. There is sale and retail druggist. Price per dozon 1 which is a remarkable advance from
something rad ically wrong, as the pro- bottles, $s .00. jan22 ly 2,300 reported in (ho census of 1 ss(. -
I in ruble an t I c'lit Running,
n I ver 1 i -al t red Machine.
1 w Uhoiit baiil in.
M IIINt:S. Agent,
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WHfiv 3 i
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