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1XDEPKXDKXT IjST ALL T:
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, OCTOI5ER U)s 1881).
luteins i-1 J-l l II iteiy box
For Wcik SteadJ tapalrafl Dlpstlon Disordered Liver.
SOLD BY AT.T. DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
B. F. sLLLlJX CO., Sole Afents
FOR nmi ITATCS, Jt. T CA.Vi.1. T.. VORk,
Who (i WW 4nigi CP thrr. : I s
Pills 00 neenpt of price &t i-irt jint. ricuic .. :.. , . -., -.-..
Ca tx bd t R. Dt-y-Y!i Urnir Sft-ff, New IW-rce, N. ( .
n:i Mrs. W
STATE I AlKS.
('ibirrus County Aricul
K K M 1 A I. ,
ir and ac
Have for sale at Lowest Prices Possible:
5,000 lb. LriMr4 8ni5.
1.000 io. Coals' Syool 'o::oa,
HXJ be TobK,
100 bla oC Tbo.. M. Holf ra:i,
100 Vox o( 'iwl Sop. th b-ei'. jCH-ii . . ir
M bl0 4-4 8ht;n
ICO bos, of Arm ma 1 Hm3ir l'.rn i S- :
SCO bb!i. X I'ork,
A. F!'LL LINK Of
Dry Goods. Ready Made Clothing & Furniture,
AT BKTA1L AM) WHOLl.AI.i:
W. u- prtrt.l W rtri too tha oy-B"t 1Utj-jm for I -t M r-
Sign of the Olebr.i'ol lV.rl Shirt.
XLSSTOX, 2f. CX. Aijrn, 1SS9.
i : - H' .
r : i; :
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i :. rt' ii ; r.i
i. i. : n ton .
' N K AH ("n
;wid Mech.kuuMl A ssoont ion , ( Kt n
Lxr 1 to ." H. ('. Mr.llittT. 1'r.i
dent ; II. T. J. I.:ii1 ig, Socret r .
A 1. 1 m ii nee I'.iir Ansooi.ition, ):
toU'r 'J. in, 11 W'rtlt.r I.. Holt.
rre.-.idont : S. H. WVbti. S.cr-t.iry.
Uistrii-t (rr.inpf Fait, ( , 'tuber in,
11 I). M. He.U, TreMdent.
W'urren County Aprieu'oiir.il
Fair, !. 1 1 J. M. I'-r.im.'. 1'ies;
dent ; II. A . Secretary.
North Carolina State Fair. Oeto
her 14, 1'.) V. G. I pelnirrh, l'resi
dent; !'. M. Wilson, Secretary.
Kastern C.irolina I'air Ai.soeia
tion, October -2, L!4 I )r. M. K.
Kobinson. Fresideiit: T.ll.r.ain,
Koanoke anl Tar Kiver Agnenl
tural Fair. October ".n, .1 T. F.
Fmery, FreHtdnt : W. V. Hall,
Tbe Kdgecombe Agricultural and
Mechanical Fair, November oth.
Gib, 7th aDd Sth.
Cumberland County Agricultural
Fair, November L'O, 2'J W. Wat
son, President: W. A. Tillmghasf,
Kano'ke and Albemaile Fair,
N'ovemlor otb, tltli, 7th and Sth
e that he left that H. H. Winborne. Presiilent and W.
n Knreati fo hot H- Spencer Secretary,
n hurtau po hoi ,.:lizabeth (-lty Fair holds lts
fourth annad exhibit on t he '.d,
J4th and J nth days of October.
The "Kdenton Agricultural and
Fish Feir." Dr. W. K. Capehart,
President: Jno. C Hend, Secre
tarv, October L'S, L"J, 30. 31 ami
; i:i o all power at November 1. News ami Observer.
N. V. World. We wish that we eonld attend Ull
In: 1 1 i: i: : - N woculenng
. -A. :, w ,ih ins largest mistake
:!.. a', .-r appointment of
1 ;. ; ( rr .loiirnil.
i.iN lly r u Y.i u ; h as j u.-t been
' ' N '-v ork and o' her north-
, ' es. H.- :s very gray, but
..h : . r .1:10: :.er t wen ty years.
1 iiK anti Maiior.e Kcpnbheans in
.rfc- :.:a :. i e v ::r!inb d Dot to put
a . in.ie; . nde::t ticket in the field.
l:.-y w be m ratcliers (vs well as
k . ' k e r s .
i v : ;;k ' UN O. WAI.K.KB
n. i i I'll ordered to Cake command
ot aii the new naval vessels in com
mission and pnx'red to the Kuro
peari S : i " hi
; r ::. i a:1 ..-d ( 'orix'Tal Tanner
SK.NSIOF VH TOltV.
I.-o:i Abbett has opened the
gubern.itoii.il campaign in New
.lem-y ::i a way that means vic
The campaign in Ohio is mo.-t
ehcoiiragiiig. Wi' are not san
guine of the election of Camp
bell over Foraker, but evidences
ire incontestable that the educa
tion a 1 process goin g on in the West thai
is working admirably and will pro- T
ant f i uit in the near
I III. M ritl.M!: l n.
THE STATE HAKUOK.
(luce a ou ml
'The progress of tanil reionn in
I'rt sides: has delaved the
apooiii'iiM-n" (! .: uc -sor of t he
i . . i . . . - . .
I. li C .1 '!'. 1. e .'11! He .'.'S ou
Supieme Court ii. iirl . and i
Ho vv .-.iid t i' .1 ' ! ! . I will be
ilppoiti'iiieli Uitt i f hi llleetin;
Congress i 1 1 ii t he nauie of
toniey Cie'ici ,il M wi
to the Seii.i'i- l'.r t o:, !h ;.
ex ilti il . !!;.
ie ' e 1 Ii ' i, ' 1 II 1 1. ' i
men t moie ho:. : 1 Ue, i; i '
(juires lor t
earn 1 n
I bt; sent
e 1 1 a ".
:,e .-eems to
f.nl in their
. better than the
atf functions and
d : e n
New lingl.ind is indeed wouderful, or more ent
especially so in Massachusetts and litical Luas. Ii ti-in i;: ; lo.
Connect i"Ut. lCven N'ermonters intimate aeij'iain'ance w:
are beginning to enquire why it is toniey Geiier.ii M.ii.-r t i.
that their farms are becoming so dent knows hi!:, to be the bi
valueiiis as to induce t he Governor for the place t hat ! he ou:
of North Carolina to suggest to the ford.-;, he should appoint him
Secretary of War the settlement of out hesitation. The clatter
Geronimo and his bravts in the Haw partner Millet'' should
Green Mountain State. the idle wind. The
The Democrats of New oik met
in convention in Syracuse last
Tuesdav to nominate cuididates
who will undoubtedly till the minor obligation In
S; te ( ili es for the next three fall under t!
eai-. The lir.-t section of the
platform adopted is as follows:
"The I'emocratie party of the
about be as
Fayette villi?, to whi-h the I
the Cape Fear ami Yadkin Vullry lini!-
Neiv Heme, the Central Comiiiercial way has given euch an itn..iu hi-
(itjoftlie N'orlh Carolina Coast. highly essential that the A V N ('
Letters hv nn 01(1 Timer. Railway 8o to Fayetteville: und i,. t
more bo now than aftr the e entH j, I, ,
NL'MHER 4. foreshowed shall have trannpired.
In coneiderinn Beaufort harbor, and Several eystemH will come tneih, i at
the feasibility of an increased depth of 1 Fayetteville within the next few ith
water on the bar, reports of engineer ' Competition will then open t radii . ki .I
officers of the United States, during the tDe Atlantic Itiaii. hi ih.ii p int n u
past few years, present valuable sug- i perfect systems of Sonthwe-t. m. w . i -gestions.
ern and North western eminc t k,u-
Captain Bixby, in 1885, elaborated, to connection with the i :Hpe I-. ai : .i
the chief of engineers, the project "to Yadkin Valley Komi Iihh all ainn e. . n
protect tbe bar entrances from deterio- j rnoet desirable for th. A & N i 11,..
ration, and thoroughly re-establish this road. The point of such rnnnei 1 1 n ,s
re- valuable harbor, and bring back the Fayetteyille. There reaehe- - ii:
jjs depth of water on its bar entrance to i North Carolina Kxtcn-mn i.l 1 1 1 t ' , j ,
Is feet least depth at low water , as it is i F-ar and Yadkin alley lini.i a
said to have been in 1737 and in 1830. " ultimately to Camden There i- :!i
He also pointed out that "Newport short routeof the AtUnlii' ('oast I :
river and the adjacent sounds afford a I The Lynchburg ml le.iriiam l; . . i ie
tidal reservoir ot sufficient capacity to coming A line is l,-o in -ihi (i
preserve a minimum depth of 15 feet at 1 from Salii-bury via 1 In mar I - t
the bar entrance and of 25 feet over the j Fayetteville: and we nt-lievc tt.el.i i,
greater portion ot a snip Channel or 4 u-ionu ana uanvuie peopn- w o ex
tne xaign 1'oint ana Ashei.,,rn i,
Fayetteville, to meet, by nhmi
the Atlantic Coast I. me. mih
is under solemn
the country tne best administra
tion he possibly can, and to that
miles length. "
This tidal basin, or reservoir, has
only to be thoroughly protected, or
guarded against waste, its full power they appear to be closely allied, if not
husbanded and utilized on the best in actual partnership. (Hher Inns of a
engineering principles, to enable the local character will undou bled ly cent re
force of the outgoing tides to scour out at Fayetteville.
the whole channel out over the bar I The traffic resources of the Frr-tnui of
entrance to fully thirty feet. No doubt I country on a direct line f rom ( o a
igations to give some drsdging would be necessary at boro to Fayetteville would go far to
tirst, but this only incidentally; and it 'justify the building of such extensCn
would not require constant re-dredging, of the Atlantic Road, ami it would a, i I
as is the case on the shoals in the river as much to tbe trade of New Pern
prol.al.l v i ' 1 : ! !
KIDNEYS LIvF'i fiS'D ROWELS.
The country is
receive the el
t be obedient, or below Wilmington, and on the bar at any construction that
, 10 mourn oi tne L,ape t ear. ; oe unaertaten .
oslire 01 taeir- Closure of the mouth of Core sound, , New Berne people mud p i i , : .
d of ali political by throwing across a stone jetty or dam, manifest ad vantage of ! ireet imn.et,:
' i 1- v' 111 1
,''-ff -Trtu r
. Hi w f : 9t'l o
. . I
Cation through that section, ari l
such a center of traffic as Fayette ill.
The management of the A. A N
from Shackelford banks to Bird Island
shoal and town marsh, in front of the
not disposed to town of Bsaufort, would give the tides!
vation of Mr Miller a sweep in and out, from the ocean j Railroad cannot fail to see it
io me tiaai reservoir aeBcriDea oy ; mere vitality enough
to the Supreme Court bent'b. with Captain Bixby. increasing the velocity reach such an end V
State of New ork in convention
assembled renews the pledges of
, ., I .. 1 . , f . , 1 l..ninr,li,i l',:ll, iri,t
I? li'H ill in 1'onuv.i dill, mi L u, aim , , , -j . , jj- . ,
reaflirms" the doctnnes of' the P-bation.. The bar does not re- oMheud. '-to.e
national iilationi! ot adopted K'u uiui as one oi us ungates, water, and increasing no little the!
Ki'Ki kk, the Cnited these fairs, and we intend ihat the ftt St. Louis. We have not advo ornaments," and the peoiile at large' depth of water in the ship channel from 1 Eight Hundred Waitin-r
A GREAT REVIVAL.
Consular Agent at Koenigs-
h astern Prussia, has been , as many
JuruNAi. shall be represented at eated, and do not advocate tree see in the suggestion still further
of them as possible. Ali i .(ie Uul .ic.u,uj u.alt evidence of the disposition of the
.- .i t a. 11 L11C IllUtl 'ICO Ul UU1U 1L1UI UJi LC
condemned to four months in prison promise to be highly crediiauie io h r a.ihprpnrta ro thfl ri,hf Fresident to use his ollice
and "ill fine :,.r usury and fraud. , their projectors and of great value aione carries in Itself the certainty sonal euds to th
Stilt leads in LOW PRICES,
JlTif mwtwd from tb Nortitro Mrk't with ti I.rjs:
SaSiCtiJStoek I ith kpL I aa going to
SsirChoaper than Any One in the City
Largest Stock of-Clothing in the City !
Mm Out him fJ-iO t. By, Ka ?ii.
r-MlitM vt Ladi' Clok u i N'tw Mark-- D . -CVkiW
CUojs foar to IweWe jfn, $1 ".
Mrt'. (oUSa at H O).
. WW Battoa ad 1 Sho. V-. : fl
Va't an4 By Uate. 10e. to 1
Eit yU-jMl TJiriiir, ioo.
Ca4rairij Urn a
CAlTB IU W oU rexj low A full i .3
,VwKoI UMlt o Drr 0od aaJ Notiotu will
PRlfTEA, Mkava W m room for my
Tiin friends of .Judge Greham ,
ate planning for his nomination for
l're.-:den' : u 1 s'.ij. Tan nerism, , on
civil service reform, el'ceteraare in.P1'0!1'6
iIarr:son' way for 4 seeondjterm.
c 1 i'ivi.k, of North Carolina,
has gone to Washington to have a
t ill. w.;!i Secretary Froctor relative
to the proposed removal of Geroni
r.i i's imnd of Apaches to this State.
Gk 'KiiK W i am Cvutis is oat
in a vigorous arraingment of the
Adm ninttation. lie declares that
the Republican party is no les
bound to s'ipport ('iv:l Service Re
form than to perpetuate Frotection.
to their respective communities.
But it is the State Fair at Kaleigh
which the mterest ot an our
concentrates. luere win
be exhibited the productions of
every section and the handiwork of
every craft. Sheep and fowl will
be there: cattle from a thousand
hills and horses that champ the
of triumph. We heartily endorse
the honest, fearless administration
of the National Government by
The New York World is no friend
of Mr. Cleveland. Nevertheless it'
concludes an article, on the '-State
Convention" in these words:
"Of course the convention will
reaffirm with clearness and vigor
the national policy of the Demo-
The New York
article on this
i he i resident can
the Shackelford banks to Morehead
City and tbe Newport river.
Whatever slight deterioration the bar
mnv havo aiifYrpr hua haan Hiia In lha
)F pt?r waflfft nf fjaft pnercrv through r.hp in-
detrimectof the How into Core sound, the effect bf
which is so perceptible on tbe sound
tides, fifteen or twenty miles of that
Star closes an body of water.
ubiect Hi these uC tn6 erjgineerB have attributed
whatever deterioration they claim to
1 have found to erosion at Fort Macon
be allowed a anc Shackelford points, wnich they
good deal of
latitude in selectine have sought to arrest by putting in stone
The enccess of his aA
administration depends upon the large sums of money here, and while
wisdom of his advisers, and he cau they have restored perhaps two bun
be trusted to look alter his own dred yards of ground along the shore
intrpt In ilnimr Cn ir i nrottv lines, they have not gained an inch of
By letter from Kinston . we get tin
following information about the re ivi.l
now being conducted there l.y evange
list, W. P. Fife:
Mr. W. P. Fife, tbe "Drummer F.v.m
gelist," is now conducting the greatest
and most successful revival in Kinston.
ever before known in the recollection
our oldest citizens. Tbe power of Co I
must simply be with him. lie is awak
ening and shaking the town from center
to circumference. We have services
k; nn.i f .-. thfir manes like ban
"uu lu" . . ,. uanona, P"' j iuc ,-u..v --..o. ... B , ........ v. . water on the bar. and never can.
net?. The products ol the Celd, cratic party in favor ot tax reduc- certain mat puonc interests win From Shackelford point to the Bird
the anvil and the loom, will'be tiorr through tariff reform and its not be totally disregarded. But , island shoal and Town marsh, nearly
, ,h onnosition to Dleutocracv in politics with the Supreme Court the case is the whole way is shoaly, as Bhallo,
fhoro iini P 'i1 H Hi 11 H 111 tCU" - -t. . rr. i.. U .l
tu.v, - j iRsiness. it h Ohio. 1 entirely
tribute ttaeir treasures to me pi... .-c pennsvlvanui -ew Jersey and
load it down
with an incom-
and honor of Carolina. But better
than all this, the people will be
there. Citizens of the West will
the facts straight in meet tUeir fellow-citizens of the
as any business man y -.at and the fellowship of kindred
::i figuring on his own
:.. .e Sam today has no
rail hn own
i : IlF.PFi
spirits will be swe-et and profitable.
People will come from beyond our
Ivorilers to exhibit t he i r w ares an d
merchandise, and see with their
actress, Misa own e es the wonderful riches ot
been spending this grand old commonwealth,
the family of The State Fair is to be more com
novelist, haa nlete and attractive this vear than
. ;v recovered her health ever. The Kaleigh correspondent
n excellent spirits. 0f the Durham Faily Globe says:
the companmes which have "The State Fair is just now a mat
I'M k t vented
Ander-on, win. has
t !.e - a a. :n e r with
'A . :: F.lack. 'h
ci ' m
New York in line upon this Issue
there will be no longer any doubt
that the Democrats have -got to
gether. ' "
Not less encouraging are the re
turns from North Dakota, South
Dakota, Montana and Washing
ton. The Dakotas are liepublicam
bu' by much smaller majorities
than were expected, while Mon
tana is certainly and Washington
probably Democratic. When it
much of tie distance, as one to three
feet at low water. The stODe they have
.. , . . . i .. , . . i .. i. ... i j
petent man like Miller, and after Dave about pa 8tone walj
he has once faced the Odium Of the abovestorm tides, and with a little
appointment, that is the last head dredging on the bar have made us
Of it. The fact that it is a life po- twenty-eight or thirty feet depth of
sitiou makes the selection of snch a ; WM r;t1Mn a I" appropr.auon.
i- .i , . would have opened the town channel
man for the Supreme ( ourt a crane from BeBafor; down into Core sound,
not only against tne whole people, along the town side, to the mouth ot
but against the next generation as North river, to answer all the wants of
well." i commerce to and from Beaufort and
Core sound, much better than the pres-
,. . ent round-about way by the Bulk head.
hy is a word of excouragement And Beaufort would be in possession of
80 charily spoken, when it, as noth- the sea-wall so necessary as a break
ing else. will lighten the cares of the water for thesafety of the town
ix- i U ajMrtuil -1 trr x-.ii'L'U itrn tliut ilir 'ind nriTO rlii, il i ii.nn rci rri.l hoa rt
. . j, . . , ub reuerai point, utjiuw vv iiuiiugLou,
J)eniocrats had "a fighting chance on with renewed purpose, bspecial- Cearly demonstrates the practicability
jved ciiiid uuugei lor uie of w hat la here suggested, which has
word oi approval spoken by t he par- tne endorsement or one oi tne best
in the new States," it was recei
with incredulity by Democrats and
ents. The daughter, striving as known engineers in this country and
r.nonow Stock '" '
recently Uen formed or chartered , ter of particular mterest. Itissaie . - - " - -; t";'";;, Wilmington, after raising quite two
this interest is greater , ,,:.t; ,,rn : . . . . j I" .. - .1 . mil none or appropriation at tne nanaa
J. A- TH O A Si -m n.
ppoi.j Bpti.'t Chir-i.,
ffl with absolute ridicule by Kepubli- best she can to uert'orm her duties Eu,?Pe
1 e : . . r . . VV 1 1 m
ion .n me unci iinwuu w aa, ..w ..... , ( u wiiniuei uuecuou o L tn u rv 1 1 c r ii e e n s nave a s rnn" wi ami i o.nm .n,.i,i
--- 111. 1 - O ... . Ul , CUftbUI AhUDWLk. , , W . U.OU 1,VU,U. ITU
h. -.11 M materialize, than ever before, and that tne iu- ,)Ur eyes, our vision is blessed with a high sense ot duty to enable her displace him with a mediocre citizen of
or ti,,it article tendance, with tavorame weatner, origin sk ies auu uui ueni is um en to stand nrm it, instead ot occasion- ner owe, auu uio wBO uui a preBB
will break the record. On Tuesday "J signs oi viciory.
the 'Farmers' Alliance wedding' is (.UOL AUDACITY.
the crowning attraction, and on pUe New Y ork Tribune is an ac
Wednesday a band of Cherokee knowledged organ of the Kepubli
m i k e
our s t a t e
. rg.ma's output
.11 !' very greatly increased in
e new future. Norfolk Ledger.
TliK rtcei.t colored Uaptist con
dition at Iudianaolis, Ind.,
1 1 solution
that the ne-
"go West." lUt
is been 'io formal
uro. s o'.:'.;
th::- f tr the:
invitation extended to
NS' es ' e r n 1 1 e p n bl 1 c a n s . -
Tit v. I V a. oerat :c campaign speak
era are r.o. likely to lorget that a
Keput'l.. in national administration
h-, iu t .uie ot profound peace, in-cre.w-e-1
ti.e public debt nearlv
her own, and there was not a
ally a word of praise, nothing is tnerewMoiiM sucningrauiuae.ixow.ei
, ,- , , . , him try his hand on Beaufort harbor, to
vouchsaled her but a stony silence, the eD indicated, and he will find that
or, what is even worse, constant New Berne, Morehead City and Beau
faultfinding at the little mistakes fort will not prove the ingrates that he
made. W hat a disappointment to encountered on the Cape 1 ear.
. lr. x- r . . I I. u
j.,-1.1 1 o.t " u
VAN VIHKIE GINVMACHINERY CO.,
COTTON GINS, PRESSES.
FEEDERS 5 s? CONDENSERS.
Tla Tia Wiskis Cotton Gin Machinery
" l I n. a -ee :n
. - New or',
H't'U keep, a g a
. w l
C ; m
-; n g u ! a r
Indian will play lacrow, as they c.m party. It may not be too the little child who has brought wh7uc0h"au"har'b';; tcZuTe 7t
call the 'bail game." This will be much t o sav that it is the organ, ;um warmed pau.. t, sappers ana Core sound will mak at Beaufort.
plaved witb enthus.a-m. as it al- though the 'indianapol.s Journal 1 The people cannot make a more im-
' " with no svord Ot thanks. Ine portant move for the future greatness
way s is. and will delight t he popu mrty be regarded as the accredi- mother who complains that her and glory of the dear old city,
lace." ted representative of Benj amin daughter is not so willing to help as . Will they not pursuea way that lies
Scarcely le.- Interesting to us Harrison. should be should jiause and' 80 plainly be ore 1 em '
will be the Fastern Carolina Fair: The Tribune publishes, with ap- thlnk 11 ny encouragement was JriL tPn(,in
' t.Ven given or it tne willingness to The A. & N. C. Railroad, extending
the hdgecombv ran: the Koanoke prov.il, tne suggestion of Lewis 1)el f once w IS a ,,ieasure had to Beaufort Harbor, is one of the most
and Tar Kiver Fair: the Roanoke F. Parsons, jr , I'nited Statos Dis- not be,n crushed in iu infancy. oPJ enterprises in the annals
and Albemarle Fair; the Kli.abeth tnet Attorney fur the Northern A young holy, whose school life had it3 accomplishment was the result of
City Fair, and the 1. lentou Agri- District of Alabama, concerning J111 closed, arm was nappy iu tne years of pataent thought, consecrated
months nr cultural and Fish Fair. All of the wavs and means of capturing ' -i'
n.onins oi , .,. to her mother, had her ambition
inn at i En- these are E.ist North Cartdma ex- Southern States for the Republican" crnhed hy tearing her rem.uk to a
hibitions and should be encouraged party, as follows : caller, who was congratulating the
CAi.il tiflNI., I In YIU'F ( 0.
CRAVEN ST., NEW BERNE, N. C.
d r Id; l t ue sai.i;
1,000 Bunches Cotton
twice a day, morning and night; in the !
spacious opera house. At the evening. ! O "1 OHO Porrcrinrr "Rocro
or night services thebuilding is literally 5Ut'UL' -DdlS51I1& -DagS.
packed to its utmost capacity. He j The cln-iip. - -ANTI Till ST Bugging
gives the slack-twisted, hide bound ., on t he nmr lo t .
dramdrinking churfh members goss;" j Kept. 1.
Binnersare Deing awaaeneu ana coming
These meetings commenced last Sun
day and will close next Sunday night,
as Mr Fife has engagements elsew here.
Tbe Baptist and Methodist churches,
with a strong following from the Dis
ciples and Episcopal churches, are
heartily co-operating in this grand work
for God. The writer has had the pleas
ore of hearing Rev. Mr. Pearson several
times, and he is a power, but we sin
cerely believe a greater Evangelist than
Peareon ''is here." We believe Mr
Fife is one of the humblest and most
consecrated men for Christ it has ever
been our pleasure to meet. He has a
great, grand future before him. May
God bless him, say our people.
.' Rugi'9 w2ra
1862. EATON 1888.
HAS A KINK STCK OF
Watches, Clocks. Jcv:cli,
AND PLATED WARE-
Ml- T I KS.
I keep a larger stock of Sjiertacles
than anv other store in North ('arolina
I take particular pains to tit them to th
eyes of parties net-ding them.
-0KTH CAROLINA NKHS.
From the State Tapers.
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ATLANTA, ( .
twenty years past, and I have fonnd
that nine murderers out often are
ardent adni.reis of tlowers, and
u.o-t'.f tl.ein prefer daisies and
'. .'. i.-s." Detroit Free Press.
Tn;: corner-tone of a monument
by the people of this section of the (jive me money enough audi mother on hiving her labors the State. It was planned for the good
S-ate and the Eastern North Caro- can carry Alabama for the Repub- lightened by the daughter's help, of the people of North Carolina Its
c,n tickt't ;il everv e ectiOD, ana 1 tnac sne dian t uouce an uinereuce -
wrjm A'sciufin TiRiioiflTU road wagon.
w a s
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d to t he memory cf
the; of Washington,
- ' ! ".It eeti ears ago.
base of the structure
ai.,1 ; be shaft rests in
he nver ;lat near her
lamination of snch a man
is Chalmers, by the party which
In-vo outrageously (.'heated, for the
". ;:. e- i ill e ;:. the State in which
::.e cheating was done, amounts to
:i the part of the
ts eyes virtue is a
crime a legitimate
litii-al endeavor, to be
ou ly when it is em
he benefit of the other
:-. u"ii. ;.y that has had the
oppor unity lor observing the
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le. N. Y
FROST 1(1 WG
ixjfivi atiuricruiim or
V" W . -
x -s. r
Tlcr, Arid in tl I'rt lo
nut iitfl'd It.
Prirntj Bnch Tanue Wli la
Ko)( nil all inI Mir-fii--
I mi .
v n a ii.. pi uu i i d i lua inu utuuu
You C.m P .1 r- r O - r
Ccrrrntcd cr Berk W.V
Treated vsitti Prcipr.i:
V" f IltStMVAIJMt- rr-s,r
Tusi r r aMi rn rf hx. am.
ifrais : ar x. l u. u ui f tint st't. mi., pl
be negroes ami whites
'b ai.d sc.o.tb, resjvective
t'.iat the lines (if social
e It tween the t'o races
more stnctlv drawn in
h'-isefs t h.n in South Caro
! that the colored niau has
it.ee b.r po!,t.c.! preferment
i than he li.vs m Virginia,
ingiil ir fact, iu- the Phila
, lb . ord points out, that in
eirsMi-.ee the close of the
ed man hjs eer been
ti.e Legislature ot any
a'e. though :n
them the negroes hold
hna Game, Fish, Oyster and In
dustrial Association should be rep
resented, at all of them, by regular
ly appointed delegates instructed
to use their best efforts to make
every one of these fa;rs an auxiliary
of tbe great Winter Fair that will
lie held at New Berne in February.
We want North Carolina to excel
every other State, and Fistern
North Carolina to be tin' garden
spot (if the world .
A STATE MOM MEM.
Severil times the Journal has
advocated the erection of a monu
ment to North Carolina's Con
federate dead, and it is gratifying
to know that there is a prospect of a
Confederate monument at Kaleigh.
We are glad that the movement
is in the hands of the ladies, and
tliat it will be a monument, to the
Confederate soliers of North Caro
lina. Much as we admire leaders,
ready as we are to swell the acclaim
that heralds a hero's name, it is to
the army of North Carolinians that
fonght for independence that we
would dedicate our contribution.
It is always pleasant to follow
the lead of the Wilmington Mes
led all others in the number ot
troops and losses in battle should not
be satisfied with less than a ?.(, mh
monument. All over the North
monument.s to cost that sum or
morn are being erected. Put let
us by all means have a State Con
federate monument even though it
should cost but flu, (loo."
The effect of the closing of New inlet
W ineton Daily : The revenue collec
tions at the Winston brancdi ollice
amounted to ?75. 87.94 during the
month of Septetn her. Thia is the largest
collection ever made here in any one
month during the past twenty one
Elizabeth City Economist: There i
an epidemic of disease arnong the hor-i h
in this vicinity. It is a disease of th.
lungs and not of the abdomen, as some
of pur best farmers and most careful of
their stock have been sutTerer from it
Mr. C M. Ferrebee of Camden e. i:i,t
lost recently several mules, mi . I ; tm
driving horse is now v i sirk of tl .
Washington Progress : Today at '. J ni
(Oct. 1), Rev. N. Harding, rector ot .
Peter's Church of this place. n 1 a in ..
who is honored, esteemed ami lot i .1 :
all who know him. an i Mrs i; n ,
Handy, one of Washington's m .-:
charming lad ies, daughter of .Mr I
Hoyt, one of our most highly eieem i
citizens, will be married n St l'. . : -church.
Rev. Mr. Israel Ilar tu . f
Kinoton, and brother of tin- groom . t
ficiating They will leave imrneii ne v
after the ceremony tn attend th- (oi
eral Convention at N. Y
Raleigh Call: The council of S: it.
have decided to repaint ai d nn...-n
the entire interior of the caimo! m
eluding some fresco work on the i n h i i. .i
of the dome This work will he begun . a -
y next spring. Mr. I'.M.W'il-i.n.-..
retary of the fair, has closed a e : tia. i
with a band oftwenty Cherokee Indian
to come to the fair and give an exhil.i
Hiving worked nt. .nlily nt thn bench
for (iv r t htr' v 5 o ir- I helieve I can do
as goo. I work as any watchmaker in the
('(1Mb A Nl SEE ME.
SAM. K EATON.
M idii Ie street.
Opposite bantist ( hurch. fit 12 dwtf
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to that work: were some of the brightest
and broadest intellects that have lent
lustre to the North Carolina name.
The Atlantic Railroad was of patriot
ic design. It was conceived in love of
will do it simply by paying men to in the work.
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mil th iii'hr she f if 01 lDelr oirtn. luey vtwo iiu raereun- ion ui nuuie ui men aim-ieni gum- -
111(1 lIHIUrlU v.Ut i,Ul Urn a- nn vain cntiill.iftBlii nnr 1Hq anI QTf.ri.iaoB inplnln.r Lu-rnu r . ,-.
be honest. I will say to the judges along quite as wd 1 w ben the daugh-; dreamers: but broad-minded 8tateem-n wrestling, throwing, etc. A college
of election : ' e are going to vote ter was at school. Je noL atraiu oi and patriotic citizens. We never con- game of foot hall is a tame air. or ahmg
so many Kepubjican tickets at this making the child vain by praising template it without a profound se2se of side a game of lacrosse by I mi mi:-.
box audit ou count that many I her, tor often she is made worse ov 10ve veo',uu 'V -uuaa Braua Eayetteviiie observer: .Mr. j, tm
w,!l pay you so much' I would the withholding o it than harmed --L? ImVroVement in North 1 T InN
pay them to count the votes as by the speaking.-Paltimorean. Carolina. rltsn 0 lu , m ies a dav. H ha-
they are voted, pay them to act Tq6 Atlantic and North Carolina never married, never used tobacco, and
honestly for once, and we would Philip Conrad Stilling' Railroad was to have been an essential has been throughout bfearemarkahlv
carrv tne State tiv a big majority. Died in uaieigD, .n. c, on mesaay, ist vai " , v"' lemDeraie man in an respects, nu
, ., , October. at the age of 6i.. terminal ino uujoait e puiuu ui me ex- whitfie township has long been not. 1
I hese words are iHueworttiJ OL- Mr. S:ibing was born in ZizenhaiD, port traffic of the State, and of sections for lhe good health and longevity of its
cause of the sanction given by the Ilesse-Natsau, Germany, and served beyond. It gave lite and inspiration to . inhabitants; and Mr. Campbell s:n
,.;,, u, r ,1QranT, Lid time in the Herman army. He was the great ecneme or me iNorin uaronna, thttt Jos McKethan. colored, in seven
n.ouur, on otLlluOL ot fcuc rr.10v.. trajned jn the baillt!t6a f a cabinet and the Western jNortn Carolina Kail-1 . years older than he-being full-,
uttering them. Mr. Parsons is a maker. Many years age he moved to roads. Beaufort Harbor was the key u6 years of age and is even now the
New Bern, and engaged in his trade, that unloosed tne treasury vault, tne best basket maker in the county Tn
i,ih ho ninnmrl Hi!i,ntlir end argumentthat persuaded the people to tuallr in l.nwn anrl hck the- same ilav .,
of his Ollice, he is a man of shrewd- efe ilTully . and proved to be an upright, ' PeD lbe Pubiic purse, build the North j distance of twenty miles, is only an or
ness, energy and social position, induimous and good citizen. Some Carolina Railroad, and undertake the ; dinary act for Joe.
, ,' , , , , monthsagohis mind became affected Western Extension. There is no mis- ;
In the days of the Old Whig party and his health failed, so that recently take about that. j B. B.u, (Botanic niomi itnim
his father Lewis K. Parsons, was it was necessary to send him for treat- The accident of war, alone, defeated! If you try this remedy you will -ay
ment to tne insane Asylum, rcaieign, ' "-" p,cc" f .-k-" - Cu- . aH many oiuers nave sain, ir.ni i- 1- u
N. C. He wsct cheerfully, saying it terpiise. John M. Morehead had fully I BKST blood purifier and torn - Writ.-
was best for him. and his trust was in matured all plans, and mastered every ; blood Balm Co , Atlanta, (ia . f r book
God But he grew more feeble, be- detail. He had secured pledges of all of convincing testimony,
came parulyz-d. and passed to his re lhe millions required to complete the J. P. Davis. Atlanta, (ia. 1 West End .
ward on 1st October. Western Extenison and establish its writes: "I consider that B B b has
He leaves a desolate wife end one Cumberland Gap connections with Cin- permanently cured me of rheumatism
son. His death was un the thirtieth cinnati and the even then rapidly arjd sciatica."
anniversary of his marriage. Thesym- growing Northwest; had secured the R. R Saulter, Athens, Oa . says :" I '
pathiee of the community will be ex- requisite trans-Atlantic steamship co- . B B. cured me of an ulcer that had
tended to the t ercaved famrlv in their operation, and arranged for the deep i resisted all other treatment.'"
sorrow. L.C. V. ening of the water on the Beaufort Bar. E. G. Tinsley. Columbiana. A i ,
The North Carolina System, in its en- writes: l,My mother and sister had ul
I5reP.il! Ureuul 1 lie Cry for Uread! tirety, was about to develop into the cerated sore throat and scrofula. B B.
,,. , t , , reality of an accomplished fact, when R cured them "'
citEi the long, dreary, nitrous, dismal day Jacob E poncler. New-nan . b, .
State! Fi of the Great American Conflict dawned writes: 'B. B B entirely cured n f
1 , thia mnntrr ft iinalp ilav vet often olJ '"""''"""J - rneumaiiBui iu uiy snnuiueis. i u
not remember having tn'8 countr-v a 'n' ua- yec 0,ten y-e are rapidly coming around to 8IX bottlep. "
lsss it is eaten and the result'is dvsDeD- that point In the cycle of time when the : (Jhas. Reinhardt. No. 'JUliC, Eountam
tr h lousnes;. -k Lad" Baltimore, Md . writes: ' I suf-
.riahed i.innd. mmnles hlotches and are to resume tne.r rormer importance fered with bleeding piles two y.
scrofula. For the correction of all this,
For w t. , '
We v. :..
! e idle
w. p. mmus & co.9
11 M r i han t s.
Ths Season is at Hana
I'nited States Attorney, but aside
a leader of the people and com
manded the respect of all parties.
Young Lewis, as he is called in
Alabama, knows full well that he
could not buy the judges of elec
tions in Alabama with millions of
dollars. Put he shows a willing
ness to handle the money, and the
Tribune, with less knowledge of
the political situation, gives the
Parsons' plan its endorsement.
The New York World savs:
seen anv where or at anv time a
and we earnestly join iu franker proposal of election by pur-
"we hold that a State that
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Hutu..' Arnica uin
Tm Bkst Salvi in the world fox certain number
nearlv Ouu, Brui, Sores, Uloere, Saat votes previously
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KSfum, rever oorw, leiier, unippea himself "
tl&naa, C nilDiain. corns, ana 111 Dim
cuase tnan tins, or a case in wuicu
a rascally thought was uttered
with more perfect unconciousness
ot the impression it would make
upon honest minds. Dudley's
'blocks-of-rive' plan was akin to it
but less daring in its proposal to
pay men for being honest.' lie
only proposed to hold purchased
voters to their contract. Mr. Par
sons proposes to pay election 0 111
cers an agreed sum of money on
condition that tbev shall count a
and as a general tonic for the system,
take Golden Medical Discovery, pre
pared by Dr. Pierce of Butfdlo. Its ac
tion i like a charm, a "benediction
that follows after prayer." A remedy
for stomachic and liver troubles, as
well as a specific for throat and lung
disorders. It is guaranteed to benefit
or cure, or money refunded.
in the consideration of great affairs. , and am glad to sav that on
They are to conserve the greatest prop j B B. cured me. "
erty interests of the State. The future J. J. Hardy. Toccoa (ia . writ
vitality and valueof the North Carolina B, B is a quick cure for catarrh
bottle of B.
Railroad is bound up in the Atlantic
Road and Beaufort Harbor.
Within twelve years the North Caro
lina Lease to the Richmond and Dan
vilie Company will expire. The lease
will not be renewed. The Richmond
arid Danville people are falling in the
s ' It
I had been t mu 1. 1 e.i
1. t ,i1Mlw,.,r,bnf gaps. WI" presently nave acorn
lt'.cal power and Eruptions, and positively' cures piles
dunlnh- t, ........ or no py required. It is guaranteed to
Is there in this a hint of what is
contemplated in the scheme to in-
this nation or c
work too much.
of Republican much, or they may confine them
tixed upon by selves too much to one eternal
grind of the same kind of work,
but work we. I and intelligently
done kills nobody. -
Tlrod shorter line of their own from
any other nation i)anTjiie to Cnarlotte. Thev will not
They may fret too want the North Carolina Road after
19 1. The State will resume the opera
tion and control of her property, and
she must revitalize and protect it The
Atlantic Road with Beaufort Harbor
will be the only salvation,
bottles cured me.
A. Spink. Atlanta (I. . n.v. "line
bottle of B. B B cnmpleo ly oil. .1 m
child of eczema
W. A Peeper. Kretieiiia. Ala., writ' s
"B. B. B . cured my mother of u I cm tne. I
R N. and F S. DulTy. wholesale an I
retail agents. New Heine. N. (".
AKK Ol SKKI'IK A!,!
If Mi we will c .nvine,. eil t! . e
English Remedy for th- i- .: - r
to all ether j reparations. :o..i . .1 . -cure
for all Tl.roat m, 1 1 :i: 1 r i.
2G &, 28 Middle Street,
N K.W KltV I.. N. (I
J . II. I'MI'TUEK. it A SI L. M A M . V .
joh:t h. ckabtree & co
Fuu i ilc ia and Mac bin is tn
Mann fait j r r" r.i'J I'm1, rn in
tNOES AND KACEIMSTS' S'JFPLILS
K 11 1 1 tl ei -f I iu-Iit. it.nlrr..
s ,v tl I I la. I Uluf ,(.,.! ,,(1 l,lniM,
't , . ii.' t . , ' u 1 1 k I mil
, 1 : on tl vftn
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Hip... Irm Oavis.
, in :ng.
Republicans to carry a.a Pri a ,r ix Vo stitate 1- ederal control of elections
:i election. Petersburg Appeal. Silebr B. N.Dnffr.
im 17 :u the Southern States!
Extension of the A. & N. C. Railroad I Croup, WI ping ' 'o.; . n. ,
coild well wait upon these events but I guarantee th- preparation a:
Beeohani's Piiis cure bilious and ner- for the rapid development of the j you u sun. pie imtt.-ii.,
voua ills. greatest railroad centre in the State at 1 Berry, New Berne. N. (
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