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I .NT 0 K P K I : K NT T 1 1ST ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, SEPTEMBER
T It 1 i
2J JL LCaW.1
fcTH HOT ofct H1 nrt lLltF l
MmKf umirl to try on box cm
J Jf I m 'Worth 4 llaw box-
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KIM rtiHI AI. M)TK.
N-'- i-rk l).i.'v C.r.u
vmx STCiiAca : vmm disestiom : disordered uker ;
ACT I MX ICi r fn iin wca viral grnt isnfiMnf
(Mtolk)mniPaNltiikU lCJA- P1LLJ R4l 1
trial Mi""? m tc vuujk a tnnuii wui bo.
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imL H1!L BmSlXS POLS 05 RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CLN.A BOX.
: mi i
i k. N .
Havo for sale at Lowest Prices Possible:
1 ; t . ' ; ir."ri' -S i'ir KetiniDg
y i; i-i '.ri-n :nrir)'orated.
::r .i':fmp: u:i the Crir'H
, : .! S : . IVt -ni 'Ur.
... i ' -' i i r w ajj da-
. i.i'r K.-i'iirli election." .
V : Kfjriblic.il'.S
-.. ;. i . 1 ( u i.incrs fur (iOT-
. ii . -i . . i I - at M ir ion
i- :-.-;:..! i i ! 1 Ciiu.i of
1 1 k . n k ii , I li'publican of
t h.it M atione will Ive
tivpj. Tl.py want to chungc tlio
rules of the Iloue so ;i to he ;ible
to une.it eighteen I eniocr.its, who
were elee'ed by niajontie.s r.inging
from l.oK) :o l,!,o(io l.,t the id try
it. There be .mother ('oiigres-
dioiinl election I'.cit f.til. ai.il a
lTehiilei.fi.il i':;e ;n 1 yiH ' in.
Kin;i: r i r,
TilK Mt-se:igir will tin aii t h it
it i in preserve the peace, re
vent . 1 1 1 great cil.iini'v to ei'her
rare or to both r.ic s. a:.il to uphold
the I.kj- 1 1 ;i t it will riot be silent
under political outrages upon the
THK KA V KTTEVI l.LE I'ESTEXMAL'
l-'or the lifth time wegive special
prominence in these coltmms to
the approaching Centennial cele
bration at l'ayette ille.
It will be ;in occasion to which
no patriotic North Carolinian, and
no true Southerner, can he indiffer
ent. The event to be celebrated is the
ratification of the Constitution of
the Cnitcd States by the Sovereign an i lira
Stare ol North Carolina. History of c'HPta,"
nor of i hi'
chronicles no more important event, Bethoma.
whether it be regarded as niTecting
TllK MORAVIANS A 1 i:V. I ii A IiAR i.
The 1 ii ii i a 1 1 -
lute I 'en;
I lie It 1 1 i ',. : ' 1 1 '
Tnc former w. r
French war l.u: i
Cherokees au I i'
against all hi. .' p.
seven pir-oii- re- .r
ltj ii uii t - i i : . r s i
bury in N,.. '. .-m -i. r.
Tht? I r-Lh r t-M i
m i ! iiar v il a : . r :.i
OKTH CAROLLN'A EWS.
' k . . :(;,.
1 . to'jer 1759 ttie
k - i eclared war
rt Is mion ( where
e rth Carolina
: ::, hie at SallS-
i xempt from
t : 1 1-i r land,
t i.'. c immj l.t-ion
" 1 1 1 (i uvir
; i; ib.ira and
i-rom the Mate Papers.
Slizibell. City '-October i to is.
fhs fovernor's mansion al Raleigh it
to uc '..tfrl. Woik will begin ar
They want one hundred boys ..:
ponies to be a special detachment of the
staff of marshals at the State fair.
Sanford Express: Eizht thousand
bushels of wheat were raised on eight
DecerB ly l recure tie- b U I I ' 11 II . 1 1 !
the building itself, large, oiiivi'in-ni.
wfli equipped nd i in purine in H.p.nr
ance. 18 one of which, ihe Afnoci.it i mi
here ia justly proud. Above the r.
I.rum in the main hall hnDgs a portrait
"f Mr Pvarson. Thu ded icatorj- nermon
: was preached from the text found m
Matthew rvi: IK.
:'.!eigh ',:hII On Tuisday of fair
week lue;: .1; b if tf:e fa'r groin),;
a marriage, in wbicn rvl irePr. .
will centre. Its novelty hi I hi; a ..
attraction. Mr. iiatenian. the vn;riL'
miles square about Carter's Mills, Moore I Rentleman farmer of Mackey l-. rri
the interests of North Carolina, the Spongenberg and K t.vtui
defeated by from l',0OU to o
C.vl.Kii K'''ZiKii, Camden N.
who fell down stairs and broke
U v e
:Luee weeks alter
white iconic of the South, or fail
to antagonize any measure inspired destinies of the young Kepubhc or
by party rancor and partisan mean- the amelioration of mankind,
ness. It is the friend of the South, It such an occasion can be height-
and as i-ueh must b the friend and ened by personal presence, the ap-
well wisher of both races. It is the pearance of Jefferson Davis will
and o:hjr bre:;iren
uri by Bio
ai esoortj. They
went back and forth on hoMe baok at a
rapid rate which cauii d the Ind lcs who
were prowling aruund to capture them,
to say "The Du'.rhi rs hive biy; fat
horses and ride nhe the Devil." A
watch was establ i.-hi d dy ami nit;ht .on
'."), KM) to
5.00O lb. Irillvi Soaf.
l.OOO Ij. Co(j' Sp.5ol Coctoc
10O U!m of TW M Holt'.
100 boi f Sap, :1
30 VaJ o( i-A Siii-.
500 bbU. Tork,
3.000 pair of Ztxler Uroa. a i Uay
l'.rc i Sod i
S :.; Sho
A FI LL LINE OK
Dry Good, Ready Uade Clothing & Furniture,
AT RET A I L AMD WHOLKSALK.
W art frt?rd (t-r jv Ui wr"iWt lUgainj for the I.tu: Slon'j.J
Sjf-a of tbe Olebratd Pearl Shirt.
friend of law and order. Wilming
With this number the Star
enters on its forty-firth volume,
and still shines for all. Iu the
twenty-two years iu which it has
tx'en published, it has be?n a faith
ful chronicler of current events at
home and abroad, an earnest ad
vocate of progress, State and local,
and an uncompromising defender
of democratic principles, npon
which the prosperity of this country
depends. What it h.vs been in the
past it will lx in the future, and as
by being true to its mission in
at v'ifc. and the people re journalism and true to the people
add very largely to the attractive
ness of the Centennial. Few men
have lived in the tide of time who
county, this year
"Winston Daily: The 88 5u0 pipe organ
for the Centenary M. E. Ohiirch. ar
rived yesterday. The weight of the
the organ, including boxing, is six tons.
Chatham Record; A volunteer water
melon vine grew this year on the farm
of Mr. I. S. Upchurch, of Williams
township, that bore fourteen melons
which weighed 196 pounds.
Raleigh Progressive Farmer: We ver
ily believe that the State Fair of 1849
will be the most interesting and the
largest ever held. Everybody who can
e n t a c ii ec k
U or .;' l'.t r t otninittee without
an r.l.r.i n as to use.
W ii it : : he matter withthe
:ii.i..-T A tter addressed to this
paper by the editor at Ctnnelley's
Sj nags re.iL.heil us .a.-t u:ght via
New or a. .
Man'. I. e are still in danger,
at the -re r.e of the recent catastro-
me uurumir tronn i fir hp nafirj it
being at the top of a high hill. The 8nould attend and bring their families
bell was ruDg every morning at dawn The man with the largest foot in tka
of day and it was afterwatds learned ' world is probably Rev. John Farnham,
. . , , . teat tnia simple device prevented the or cnariotte, IN . U. tie wears a num-
80 impressed themselves upon their Indians from many contemplated at-! ber thirty -five and a half shoe, which
age as has Jefferson Davis. At tacks 0D the Fort. It was also learnt i requires a sole twenty inches long and
. ii- i that one hundred and fifty warriors 1 seven inches broad,
the commencement Ol his public bad encamped for sis weeks within six i rCOn.i.u n-., .u.
areer, he moved to the front rank miles of Bethavia and a tmaller camp I Edgecombe Alliance has passed a reso
f statesmeu and never for one mo- wuhin lhree 'le" of 1C' i'ut under the lution that they will sell no cotton seed
i st.uesmeu.ana neer ior one mo providenc of God no assault was made this season for th.n;5nUMr
ment, has his right to pre-eminence nor no one captured by
been successfully challenged. In enfy- .
" A wounded maa ca.ue in to the Bet-
the Senate, he was the peer Ot any tlement with arrows still sticking in
of its illustrious men. In the Cab- his body, who with two oth-r settlers
from beyond the l ad s in had been at-
inet, I.c was I lie pride 01 Ilie All- tacked by theindians: hia
tratl Ul, 01 Which he was the uavlL,K oolu ueen Kineu ana ne wana
warned to t'.ee from the danger that
TllK Colorada Mining i;ichange
have adopted a resolution to in
veatiirat the constitutionality of
it has won hosts of friends, so it
will continue to be true to its mis
sion and true to them, and thus
endeavor to prove worthy of their
continued confidence and support.
restricting the coinage of Wilmington Star.
Ir :s matter of popular gratifica
tion that the ('Diversity and the
vanoQs Colleges in the State have
opened with an unusually large
THE YOl N(i DEMOCRACY.
Recently we gave as one of the
reasons why we expect to win in
189 J, the fact that the young men
ol the country were flocking to the
Democratic standard. The sec-
O Monday in the Wake Sapr- tjona, 1Mapa that havfl tilvided tbe personal charms are
this season for less than 25 cents ner
bushel, and ask all Alliances in the
State to co operate with them.
Wilson Mirror: We learn that Thos.
Haywood, of Nash county, sold tobacco
from five acres of land for sixteen hun
dred dollars. Mr Tanr Willinma nf
companions (...., haa oi,
prinrr urnun.l in II, a.-nnHQ.1 nr, ,"r, uv yuuuuo c. IL IUI lime.
for over twenty-four hours. Elizabeth City Falcon: The owner-
A Baptist preachr. John Thomas. was shlP of the NaKB Head Hotel is a matter
killed near AbbotCa creek and in a of considerable importance to the people
short space of time, no less than fifteen of thia loaal'ty- At the sale on 8atur
persocs wort murdered in that neigh-i day laBt' Mr. C. W. Hollowell become
borhood. tne purchaser. Five years ago it sold
A fall of snow in March caused the for 10-0; on Saturday it was boupht
We cannot 8ay more ' enemy finally to retire, whereby quiet for v1-5"".
It is not needful It is wa3 re8tore(i 80 that the blessed season ' Senator Rensom will deliver the ora-
' iur umuinuiDrHiiuK oavior s sutler- nou tuo uoiouraiiuu ui aa one nun
, ings. death and resurrection, proved a
time of rich spiritual enjoyment. On
Easter Sunday, a company of Orange
County riflemen, sixty persons, arrived
and requested Bro. Spongenberg, as the
Herman preaching was just over, to
preach again for them in English. which
he cheerfully did, selecting for his text
Acts ii; 36.
The whole company laid down their
arms and listened with awe and atten-
vaniugi,on county, ni:8 agreed, null
his fiancee, to postpone hin nurii.i
from October 2d to that date, mid I h e
the ceremony performed h-ru J I - 1
the gentlem&n who wrote here Hume
days ago for a sufficient amnui.t of
cotton bagging to make his wedding
suit from, meaning thereby to tdiow In
opposition to th jute trust, and tTtitH
of all binds, and his loyalty 10 his nut ive
section. He will wear that hu 11 at his
marriage, and it is said that the h.d v
will wHar a handsome costume mads
from North Carolina pla'ds But huh
is not all of the novel anil attractive
features. He will have ten am dm un
couples, and all of the jiKixLltuisiujM.
wear suits made from cotton bagging.
It has been proposed that all the brides
maids wear costumes of North Carolina
plaids, and this may be done, but it is
not poetively determined uc;;n. The
marriage will surely be an interring ,
oeremony. Over seventy counties hae
reported that examinations will be held
for applicants for admission to the Ag
ricultural and Mechanical College.
Chatham county beats the list, having
appointed a county student. The col
lege opens on October 3j.
KIDNEYS, LiVEf; kliU CCWELb.
CLEANSE THE 1" Elf ECT.'riLlV
strength and ornanieut; but it was
reserved for the stormy dajs of the
Confederacy to develop him in his
matchless proportions theconnoisl
seur of everv eve and the idol of
of him today
enough to say that he will be at
I'ay etteville, and we shall see him
as he is.
Nor is this all, Miss Winnie
Davis will be there. It is right
and proper that she receive every
polite attention and every token of
love. If there was no ancestral
Oatno00iAOnnnWa V, 0 r n a m a hprii'orjwine latneny ajmonition or tne
dredth anniversary of the adoption by
North Carolina of the Constitution of
the United States, which will be held in
Fayetteville. November 21, 1889. Ex
President Jefferson Davis will be pres
ent. Burlington Newt: Mr. Qoorge Simp
son, of Morton's township, was found
dead in his room one day last week,
whither he had gone a day or two be
fore with a jug of new brandy, saying
poariag ia bj every
Law f aid Complete :a
Call and examine aad
for joarwil. No
troobi to a how Goo la.
Oar ttock. ol SHOE 9
aad RUDDER GOODS
caa scarcely b excelled.
Oar prwj afs LOW,
and mt Lbcui will tear
ior Court, criminal term, the grand
jury returned a true bill against,
ex-i'rieat J. J . loy le for committing
rave upon Geneva Whitaker.
N' man, says Prince Krapolkin,
'can b-e happy who lives withoat,
DeOPie, from me IOUUaatlOn Ol tne - - in Wachavia rctnrnM Ir. Pennavlvania
ii . - : 1 1 1. 1 , vvashincr'
still (XCite the pas- uur ganauts w m oe ai meir lk;si, and thence to Europein 1762, where ' of Edward
and all North Carolinians eubser-
siona and influence the opinions of
the old, but ouryoungmen steadily vient to Ler P'-easure.
look to the future, and will alien We take great pleasure
themselves with the trreat nartv lishing the following as
- . T I
an object, or whose object is some devoted to the" devejopment
wornout relic fiom a former age,
wh."b can never be revivified."
Last Monday the Mobile and
Ohio $outh-bound mail and passen
ger train was ' held np," at 3:10 A.
M. at Huckatunna, Miss, by high
wavrr.en, and uver ?"J7,lXW taken.
American aspirations onder the
Constitution. Yonng men are al-
0 in regard to the Centennial:
Interest in the approaching
centennial celebration here Novem
ber 21st and 22d gathers volume
to a negro on the Dlace that he would
venerable bishop whose words seemed I drink enough to kill him. Such a eight
to make a deep impression on many. ! i8 seldom Been as met the eye when his
n .aprn itn ne nnisoea nis laoors ; room was forced open.
Washington Progress: The little town
?.t OB orrl V f ill Tn IS i n V nr u a l"Vi r nr rr
t-T r , 1 .iT-. 1 rated during the last session of tbe
Elders Conference for near y thirty ; Legislature is manifesting considerable
years. He died m Bertbelndorf , in I aCrir flnrn,flfl tu v,
Saxony, September lbth, 1 .92. at the twn BnH lr,nj:. B1,i
advanced age of eighty-eight years.
In 1761 the war with the Indians was
brought to a close.
In 1762 peace being restored , a com
pany of fifteen brethren and sisters ar
rived from Pennsylvania by way of
Wilmington, amon them brethren
The Lumber Interest.
Willi amston, N. C, Sept. 'S'.
Editors Joubnal: On the 3d of July
I moved from Kinston to this nlace.
situated near the south bank of the
Roanoke, about fifty miles from the
mouth, and nearly one hundred miles
from the sea. I have spsnt a large part
of my time in holding religious meet
ings in Martin and adjacent counties
up and down the Roanoke. Several
matters of interest have claimed my
attention, and it will atford me pleasure
to giye your readers the benefit of
Ten years ago I left this part of the
State. It was almost destitute of anv
enterpise. The people were engaged
in farming, fishing, and making i-hin-glea.
as they had been for years. Now
things are very much changed. Farm-
ing, lumbering, fishing and railroad
building are all being pushed with en- j
ergy on an extensive scale.
Years ago logs were cut all up and
down the waters of Albemarle Sound
and its tributaries, and taken through
tbe canals in large rafts by two tug '
pum rjLOOG, i r ; . ,
H r A L T i 1
1. .' '
Mm v. .
ill m . :.':
- i.:.-JC r-LM
: -ic r u
on the inai l
Sept. 1. !H
witi patriotic. While we cannot with Qori piainrr anil QOftinff nf thf .Tnhn Afirhnpl r5rnff nffprtrflrrla liiaVinn
believe that they will forget their snn, and the patriotic and fair i Abram de Gammers. They brought j idhathr 11
couBtry-s history, it is cheering to daughters ot tne u a .win cace BeKlementi an in8trumeD but" iule
believe that thef will dwell with
greatest pleasure upon the achieve-
- -it .1-- -: -1 boh.1
win raiiy uere at tne time aw known at that time in tbe coloDy. They
ruenuoneu as mey never oeiore ' aiB0 brought a bell for Bethaoia.
rallied. The doors of the historic! In July eight couples were married
town and surrounding section have re
cently organized a good school, 10 be
known as the "Alexander Academy."
named in honor of the Hon S B. Al
exander the leader of the Farmers'
Alliance in this State.
Wilmington Review: Stewart Elli
son, of Raleigh, ia one of the most
men in the State.
He said that the Mississippi Delta was
not the place for the colored man to
migrate to, and that some of those who
had already gone out there from North
Carolina were anxious to get back.
O.vk of the most pleasing pol.ti- mnts of the party through which chivalrous old Fayetteville will be j among thtm L. G. BachofT, minister at ; r" "JpCraii mudhTgher
their thrown wide open to the visiting
. 1 I 1 .!
cal signs of the times is the lact ri' n" -e- firo Ettwein undenock a loEK mia
thf I,,,!,, Pnrwrr W llnphes si grandest triumphs and greatest "lu iu. muiuuauuLa iui sionary journey as far as Charleston
" , ,11 j.wu ueoine win u maue.
, . . , , r nf-rmrw rite - anil lnanre.1 hv mnm. J 1
prominent iiepnoiicau ana one 01 k'i"1.' j ....
W. B. FLAWWER.
VAN WINKLE GIN MACHINERY CO
COTTON GINS, PRESSES,
FEEDERS 3: CONDENSERS.
Tin In Wrskte Cottca Bin Machinen
L.l. Mt ( T Ol.
ClM t.i. Go-xj S-n?
4kr44 Fr fil4 Mi.l. at Oa- T-..
Mat Ftr Im Ik B-. Kla.lH l
Cm.. Rvh.a .1 il..l. . - I
the ablest men in Virginia, an
nounces his intention to support
the Democratic State ticket.
Tuk Tost say "the I'resideut en
counters rough weather in West
Virginia." Just as might have
expected. His party has been ex
per.enciug rough weather there a
long tim, and he ought to have
known he could not calm the storm.
When General II. F.urd Grubb
was nominated by the Republicans
for Govern' r of New Jersey, a
voieo m the gal.ery asked, "What
would e do without GrubbT"
Ordinarily, it u true, 1: would be
pref v hard to get alou g w 1 thout it,
but New Jersey :s no: yet prepared
to take Kuril Grubb. Kansas City
A I. rili il'ii II the receipts of oot-
ories of the
past oeuicate mem- militia from Virginia. South Caro
selves to the attainment of more lma and Georgia will attend the
glorious results in the future a celebration, and quarters are thus xe iu-rnc, the Central Comnurcial
preaching and holding meetings
It was learned today that the wherever opportunity offered.
THE STATE HAUUOU.
early being engaged" by parties
from all parts of the State. One
of the chief events of the occasion
will be the centennial ball compli-
meutary to Misa Winnie Davis, ! from
the music ol which will be lunished
by Kesenichs Band of Richmond,
luture in which tbe discoveries of
science, the inventions of art, the
products of agriculture, and the
contributions of commerce will
cement the bonds of union, aug
ment the national greatness, and
secure ieace, plenteousnes.s and
k I I I H. IUCC11UL , ' L (111 IU1 " " ' - " I J o ; - , . T , i ir i . .
V, .-, . c f 1, r.,r-i, ,v.,.l., .. ,T t" n b -r f-T p a r f r, r p i a n en 1 1 nn a h i na w i 1 1 nm b I 18 On 6 of t he petS Of B 1 1 1 y M a hon e not h
ua''l'""-,n l" luc nu. committees lion, junan o. carr, 01 ; " 7 v.-I.a . ine will be done with him and we will
there than in North Carolina. We think
a reaction will soon set in and that the
exodus fever will die a natural death
before the year is dead.
Oxford Ledger: The "Coon" who
represents Wanamaker on the Oxford
& Clarksville railroad, and runs as route
agent from Keysvilleto Raleigh refused
last Wednesday night to take on or de
liver mail for Oxford, giving as his
excuse he was sick and not to trouble
"dis nigger wid yer trash." This was
something never known to happen be
fore in this State and our people were
Bryan, of the A- & N C. R. R., is ; very indignant at the action of this ne-
eignificant. and worthy of tbe moat j gro- Our worthy postmaster at once
earnest and serious consideration : j reported the sick "coon" to the Post-
City of the Norlh Carolina
Letters by an Old Timer. j
Editor Journal: This paragrah j
the late report of President !
At a recent meeting of all the ! "There is a probability that during j ofHce Department, but we suppose as he
r ; . . , - : , i in nnAnf IhA not a nf Ktllv MnhnnA n.fh-
Young men are influenced by
Doble aspirations. I'ncontaminated
by sectional animosities, they see
truth in all its beauty and reverent
ly kneel at its altar. I'ncorrupted
by the idolatrous worship of mam
mon, they instinctively shrink
have to dubmit to tbe insult.
to our terminus at Morehead for car
goes. If this can be accomplished we
should be able to reach territory for ' Washington Gazette: Mr. Stanly
delight of our people, has accepted this class of freight which we have not ; Elks caught 24 wild turkeys in three
in the following language: yet been able to penetrate, and our 1 visits to his trap. We learn that Mr.
u- v ir 111 it h en ,7 v..v. in; earnings should be thereby increased. "' F. R. Swindell's barn was burned on
ihe only thing necessary to secure
this ia the erection of a cotton com
press. The best location, for the pres
ent, at least, is New Berne. That city
should have had a compress long ago
Durham, was elected chief marshal
for the occasion, and much to the:
Fail' tterillc Centennial Associa
My Dear StR I have the pleas
ure of your esteemed favor of the
the night of the 23d.inst .near Pantego.
He barely saved his house by the help
of the railhands. Oil is thought to have
been poured on the end of the barn and
a match applied. A representative of
Northern captalieta is talking a bonded
"um"l'-"' ' " 1')fl, r.itifriniT mA that I ha,l hecn fnr iIib rntton thttt'j rilnrtiii'lul thrniwh
nmphs by the unhallowed use of elected to the honorable position of the .ounda to Norfolk. Ic would have ! warehouse to be built here where
. , . -u . .i. i I . , 1 . naid ih New Berne co'tun market and i cotton and other stores could be placed
money, and distributes the high chief marshal at tbe approaching : Lo . J be Z ori(i-"l'lil ! A 'he
offices ot the coveenment to the Centennial .November 21st and -'d ',,, huv ,hnf am,hiri th renpint i same time an advance of 75 or 80
ton at the cntports the paat week corrapters of public morals and the Proximo- . 1 accept the compliment , Cotton for export will seek compress cent, wouia be maae totneproaucer
tnese necessary lacuuies
Wir il-i hi i'ii Inn aefiiA nirv. j r . i ni i
, ' , .-o will promise to do all in my power
ment from plantations was U9,.so2 Young men of generous impulses to make the occasion a success.
bales, the balance going to increaa cannot see how privileged classes Begging to extend to the citizens
and members of the committee who
did me the honor to elect me to the
position my sincere thanks with
assurance of higest esteem and re
gards I beg to remain,
J. S. Care.
The news of Mr. Carr's accept-
:he stock at the interior tbwns.
Last -ear the receipts from the
plantations for the same week were
104. -.',!, bales and for lv7 there
'ales. Financial Chroni-
Tu IliL'i (ii ui Mtclinry Co.,
Xo. i or. .
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can exist in a free Kepublic, and
they will not support a system which
under the pretence of protecting
labor robs the common people ot
their daily bread.
Young men are accustomed to
I'ayi.s brought the first regard the Constitution as sacred,
he province of North Car- Believing it to be little less than
7C.'. Two -ears later he lnspiat-d, they instinctively l'y to
Sw.ir. n"s Kev:sal. Davis its rescue iu the hour of danger. It
oved to issue paper money, cannot be denied that the Demo-
ws a mail contractor, post-master cratic party is the party of the
of New- LiTiie and a magistrate Constitution. Whatever assaults
under Tryon. In December 1753, have been made npon it have been
he issued the first number of the under the flag and by the leaders
North Carolina Gazette. L uiver- of the Republican party. Kven iu
s;ty Correspondent of News and 1S60, the Btormy period that pre-
Any foreign ship can com:: to More-
head City that can get into Wilming
ton. Tha draught of water on the
Beaufort bar is greater than at the
mouth of the Cape Fear, and the en-
Raleigh News and Observer: Every
farmer and everybody else is interested
in more roads, better roads and cheap
er roads. They can best learn by seeing
at the State Fair, where there will be
C I ' .
J a in:
was en: :
trance eat-ier and better. Ihe ships ; exhibited
will prefer to come, to Morehead, if the I terracing
cargoes are assured. With proper
facilities for corn pressing, the cotton
will come, in abundance.
About all the cotton Bold in the New
Berne market, or shipped for sale in
Vrf!l- I..,., ..I,. trw fi-r, ctTrTr-rt
l- .lunula. 13 uuut:ui tw.j.w.
ance was received with peculiar, Wh cur,iH -r y,a nWVr tnnH
delight and it is now understood
that one assistant marshal at least
will be appointed from each and
every county in the State,
com mitfees are all at work
practical road making and
The machine ehoployed will
do the work of a hundred men. It will
be supervised by Capt. B. P. William
son, the chairman of the county com
missioners of Wake county, and one of
the moot practical and conservative men
in the State. It is the duty that every
county commissioner in the State owes
this cotton to Nor oik to start abroad, i his people to come and see and learn,
when we have such an outlet as that ; The best money the county could spend
through Beaufort harbor Why not
make use of our own home port, and
give our line of railroad a sustaing
With exporting facil iii-. a New Berne I
can easily reach out and uouble ber !
cotton receipts, and correspondingly
nothing does the Cleveland , i8 DOt deadi a8 ha8 been 60
wonld be to see them.
Elizabeth City Economist: There is
much complaint of the destruction of
cattle by bears in the section lying upon
the large swamps. Bear clubs should
be farmed and war waged upon them.
It is said to be the great obstacle to
Wk cannot deny that the ciimi
nal record of the State of late is
revolting. The Marion Free Lance
say.: -Our community waa startled ' eD8 tbe "-ability of this govern
last Saturday morning by the news,
of the arrest aDd imprisonment of
Prof. U. L. Shuford. a young mar-,
ned man who has Wen teaching
"h'-iol at ('arson's Chapel charged
w.th raping the daughter of the
for the Constitution.
If there is any thing that threat
ment, it is the tendency to consoli
dation. Dissatisfied men who have
failed to attain the objects of their
ambition, demagogues who thirst for
port at Morehead City, an appropriation
could be secured for the improvement
of the bar to a depth of twenty-eight or
thirty feet of water. This can be easily
accomplised, and no mistake about
Now that the management of the At
lantic & North Carolina railroa i has
passed into the hands of a Bjsu'ort har
bor man. we may reasonably hope that
WUVt A'd Frol do
at aiTroC It.
Pnriiij Biicii Tininj Wl ti.
krrpi all Wall and ur
Waterproofs Brick and Stona.
Illaok ll made WuIit
Yoj Can Paint Ovr
Crrnto1 or Brlrk Wai:
Troated vith P rciery a t v r .
mi M emu .f vl i 1
gentleman with whom he
Mk. Clk ki.and h.ws well
cnte.l the situation, remarks
l'.oston Lost, m saying, with
grammatic torce, in reference
Href! :CrtLUt. U uilM Itt. PWU.. Pl U Brsidwiy, I I
the tariff reform mjvement iu the
Democratic party, that "Party
honesty is party expediency," In
adopting the clearly defined prin
ciples ol reform lor which Mr.
Cleveland stood, and turning its
attention to living issues, that party ;
took the first s'ep m cessary to give
it a permanent ascendency. Nor
Thk Republican managers are
terribly worried over the problem
of how to get a majority In the
next National Hons of liepresenta-
administration show to better ad-i claimed. The people may be asleep,
Al . ., i but no place with such superior facili-
vautage than in contrasting its tip. and nnPxftmDied advantages can
ceded the war between the States, , postal management with that of ! ever die.
tbe Democrat fought under and the Harrison administration. The i If Ne.w ?ee Zi?Va.li
CUuUCUll QIC 11C1 ;i OUC . AJ VT 1 t, mo u pou tuo
llmington .Messenger says :
"We hope the Postmaster Gene
ral will now conduct his Depart
ment as he says, on business prin
ciples. This has not been done and
by a very great deal. He has
willfully, deliberately, of malice
aforethought it would seem, af-
honore and emoluments which the ilicted many Southern communities : every effort will be made to"develop the
11 J V, , 13 a, l ! , r .1.- 1 J
nnn1f will rot rnnfVr nion thorn as wen s ueraugcu ue ouuiueru , tramc resources or me lower ena 01
m ill" rt i I p n n rtVrtr- rTrtTiien
ujj uca..D buU(Sc oi -vo,- mailife8t mcompetents he has put
ment, but the pure, noble and into postal railway service and
chivalrio young men ot the country postotlices. He has selected some
will meet them at the ballot box , of the worst of characters some-
and protect the priceless inherit- 'me3 '?s wel1 a8, the U108t ignorant.
, . . . . L, Only last week 'a coou,- as the
ance beqaeathed by their fathers. negroes are calletl m tne ortb re.
There is nothing in the Kepubli- fused at Oxford to either give out
can party to attract the young or receive the mail, saying : 'Don t , the efforts of Mr. Chad wick to success,
men of the country. Its methods bodder me wid yer foolishness, I ' It is to her vital interest to do it.
" ir,i- 11 ii Qnlomhor '1 1S.
am sick. 11 Air. anamauer win
only adopt common-sense, business The Longest Word "in Ihe" Dictionary
I""11-'!" LUC "-":" kP'c win . ,nf,nmnptflnt to communicate the in-
The great Philadel- PrDreseible satisfaction and incompre-
The place i profitable cattle raising which was once
a source of much profit to small farmers
near the reedy swamps Scupper-
nong grapes are now abundant in mar
ket. It is surprising that they are not
more largely produced in the sandy
portions af our section, when it has
been clearly demonstrated by actual
experience that an acre of ground in a
scuppernong vineyard, of a fair season,
will yield 8500 in clear profit.
Beaufort Seaside: We understand
from good authority that from tweDty
to thirty fine horses have died in this
county dvrtinjr the past two or three
weeks from "blind staggers." This is
an alarming extent, and some steps
should be taken to check the rapid
progress of this dreaded disease among
horses. Merriman items: Mr. Ste-
are for the practiced criminal,
the cool and deliberate betrayer of
the innocent. There is nothing to
win a pure a manly spirit to such a
Truth, justice and right, are on
in this section, left his home
Friday to visitng friends in the neigh
borhood, and on bis return found that
his once happy home was nothing but
a pile of ashes. Cause of the fire un
known. Sanders' tore items: We
have the champion walker of the State,
carrying the mail on route 13.53-1 from
Maysville to Sanders' Store. Wm.
Dudley carries the mail and walks the
distance six times a week making
over 200 miles weekly. He is over 50
years old and has a large family
Charlotte Chronicle: Sunday was a
red-letter day for the church-goers of
thia town, the events of the dav hein
the dedication of the fine new Y. M
ments At Edenton there is a very
large mill located near the terminus of
the N. & S. R R., where the lumber is
loaded directly from the dry kilns on
the cars, which quickly take it to the
Northern markets. One among the
moat unexpected and successful of
these enterprises is the mills located at
Roper City, and the railroad being built
by that point from McKey's Ferry tu
Paotego, Beaufort county. This is a
full gauge road, on which the lumber
U loaded on the cars from the dry kilnir.
transferred on barges across Albemarle
Sound -to Edenton, and then;e to-its
final ties! ioation.
At Plymouth are other mills and
narrow-gauge roads extending for
miles into the country, thus bringing
into market large quantit es of lumle i
considered worthless only a fewyran
ago, because of distance from water.
While there are quantities of cypress
shingles still being made by hand, saw
ing shingles is becoming quite nn in
dustry. There have been several very
large freshets in the Roanoke tins
and much large timber has been ir
and floated into the river w hii-li i ..umI
not be handled on shallow w ater )rn
large shingle mill 1ms lat lv h'vun
work, besides many sma! :er on en. v i. u 1,
are being run at their greatest epai ui .
Another enterprise worthy of im-n
tioa is a plant at WillianiHton f..r tie
manufacture of barrels. The nnniiti i
is from Detroit. Michigan. He .iiy
that lumber is becoming scarce then
and they are forced to go elsewhere
They are working cotton ami oowl gum
and think they wilf be able to use other
As lumber becomes scarcer in t!.
East and North it increases the demand
for ours. The supply is bein rapidly
consumeS in these counties Dt-arrt t"
Norfolk, and work is already active on
the tributaries of Pam I ico ri v. r. In a
few years all the lumber of Ilistern
Carolina will command a good price.
The lesson we all should leirh L imt i
waste our forests by fire, or sell them
for a song.
Closely connected with thin activity
in lumber is a general revival if en
terprise which is showing itself spe
cially in these parts in the building and
planning of railroads in various direc
tions. My communication is already
long enough, and I will write of the
railroads and other matters in my next.
II. C. L
Christian vs. ihe At lantic A N. C. K. Co.
The suit of WT. E Christian et al.
vs. the Atlantic & North Carolina
Railroad Company, now pending in
the Supreme Court of the I'nited
States, and which will probably be
decided before tbe close of the year
is of more importance thae is apt to
be attached to it in the hurry of pss
ing events. Should it he decided in
favor of the plaintiff, it simply
means that the ownership of the road
will change hands, and that the State
of North Carolina will be quietly di
vested of the control of this property,
with all tbe complications attending
such a revolution of ownership. Ii i
unfortunate, especially at this juncture,
that there should exit any cause w hat
ever for embarrassment. News an l
A Dl'TV TO VOl'HSKI.K.
It is surprising that people will u-f u
comoion ordinary pill when they run -
cure a valuable EDghsli one for tieHiia
money Ir. Acker's English pills nn n
positive cure f .r sick-headache h n.l all 1 1 r
troubles They are small, sweet
ta.ken and do not gripe, d by 1. H. ry.
New Berne, N. ('.
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than anv il..
I tube part ; u
eyes of part !'
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for over thir i
as go. v,nih
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IrniiiPiise Soap I'm lory Itinned.
CmCAOU. Sept 20 A di-pateti tr
Cincinnati says, a telephone mess
received thi- morning inmi Ivurv Ii
says that llatne- pmke nut ui Knu r
big soap factnrv an I s-i mi u"X ' .
the o 'ritrol of ih-- 1 - pa r i m. i t I
'art e bu i Id ings w r- r pi- t.-i en-'
an 1 1 1 IS es i i n at . ! i h I 'le i t- w i I
in the neigiitiorho.i.1 n .rl-" ,( "
IS CONSUMPTION INI I It . II I
1. v. , e M ( ! I M
K I I. ., f ViAmn .I. .1 U I ina nn tn ciroll fV.fi Vfiliima nf
eei ice uy iuo luuiuuku iiiiu lu" 1" T vn nne'of our nroan-rona and nonular
commerce tnrougn us port terminal., t , 7 L
f, rkoHo-1.L- n.-i mnal aoanrortlr tatia , lailiieio
due note of the suggestion of Mr. Bryan
in that regard, and endeavor to act
New Berne by taking hold of the
projoct of making Beaufort harbor her
deep water outlet, the only such she can
ever hope for, can immediately promote
the scheme of Mr. Bryan, and further
:-i- . wiiuiev uairicB tue u u a 11 u waian nir 1
Head the 1
Newark, Ars s,
bs ess t Lung-,
clans priiieuwic. .1
-uniptive Ii- gsn
DlSC'iVe y fur 1 a
my third b.-t I
work eti 1 1 1 v fMiin
cine ev. r made
designated especially for the speedy re- . of warm friends and admirers were --H 11! it 11 t l e.-n t
thi.l fifths DfrnncrBf-r nndthn 1 n 1 L. jT , 0 lief and permanent cure 01 an r emaie aeugntea ui idd prospect 01 a rovry mn him;
me siue 01 luh 1 cmocrBty , auu me fellows, as some are, to handle his wknesses. Nervousness, and diseases ! meeting conducted by Mr Pearson, and ! Lung Tmiilil.-s
VOUng men ot the country are form- cash and receipts. Crive US busi- ; nculiar to the female sex. Tha only nearly everybody else felt interested, t tor-. Am in.winii. -i
incr in solid ranks aronnd its ness principles. Mr. Postmaster , remedy for woman's peculiar ills, sold : It was thought to be especially appro-I Sam
colors. General, and the very best possible b7 druggists, under a positive guaran
.moil arrino Wa w rriva -nm-i tee, iu give uu
till. - m ,
phia merchant would not put in- hensible consequences rcsu ting from a
competent, illiterate, Stupid fellows judicious administration of Dr. Pierce's C. A. building, and two sermons by
iu Charge Of his books ahd corres- favorite Prescription, a preparation Evangelist R G Pearson. His hosts
pondence, and rascally, thieving
K 1 '
give you ;
N . C.
Don't hawk, and blow, and ipit, but credit ot whatever you may do that j ha8 been faithfully carried out for many j of that institution accord to him a large
qn Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
priate that Kev. Mr. fearson should 1 w hoi
See guarantee I preach the sermon at the dedication of Berne
This guarantee ! the Y. M. C. A. building as the friends ......
tor a disordered liver
years by the proprietors.
part of the credit -of raising the funds 1 Pills.
CAI.IfuMNIA I I. - SYKlv CO.
LC'i i 1 . ; f '.' : ,,,'. a r
SEED BE A LEES
CRAVEN ST., NEW EERSE, K. C,
'ri'i.u 1 1 s a 1 .1:
1,000 Bunches Cotton
25,000 Bagging Bags.
-t AMI TKI ST Bagging
.' Mir'.'.i w Jm
boats to Norfolk, where people had be- I
oome sufSciently enlightened that they j I fj C? & 't Ft C n O
had learned how to convert logs int . IOU( (.M 1 EJl? .(JO Of
lumber. Less than ten years ago the !
Norfolk & Southern R. R. was com
pleted to Edenton, and a change began ,
to come over our dreams. Now there
are extensive lumber mills at various
points, witn an the modern improve
Mb ( arolina
: t .!. in to the
1 . e I can do
l.i.i.-.l i r in the
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