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INDEPEXDINT I1ST ALL TLilTSTC
Term U.OO i r -V :-
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, 0 V KMHKR
KIHTuRIU. NOTES. ASOTHKR (ilMMitK MOV KM UN I . fraud an 1 b-oMer: "This was
A report comes from Michigan the must nnkmdest cnt nf all '' It
have canceled that the farmers of that S:ite are r,nlll,-N or., of the asassi, nation
inter joining the Patrons of Husbandry . , ,
by the thousand, and that tbev f :.-a-. Antony spoke well :
hare organizations in rift v sev, n of 'T"' in thi place ran Caserns' uag-
NK .AirKKH. predict th eirhtv three mnnl les fhenbiee- geriDrougn.
i i l i . se. what a rent
( .ink'rt's.onal elections beint: a erand political com bui.it ion mnHo'
a; raj. id ; ...
led tu li;s u-
te-i .tud kl'ine into '
,N" h;c ton Tost.
'A a l rKK.s
v, liii-h iias gradually
i.t iii. TL; .inmtdiate
cause of h s Uie.'t-. :r it- .said, was a
woman named Jennie J)ayis. with
OKTH CAROLINA NEWS.
the enyious Caeca
whi) in lie i
that th- s:,i
Fcr W&ii Sftd! -teiSSrsd" ; DlgBstlmi Disordered Liver.
80X3) BY AIX DRUOOISTS.
. PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prroartd anlr by THOJiBIIEai AM, St. Helms, Unrashi nKm:l.ui.!.
IS. F. ALLEX if- CO., Sole Agent
t'U'ED (TTATK. BU
: e x ;. t
inn i ur
iverwhelmingly tgainst monopolies and trusts. Through tlm. the well-beloved Brums 'yert
ts in his warm
.Wo (If -four drugTrs:
VPUls on rtXtipi oi pk
.-- ;i t
(..' kj rr 4'
b bad t K S. nmfs lnig S
! i .
Have for sale at Lowest Prices Possible:
S,) 1W Lortllar-i Soaf.
1.000 Jo. ("oats' Spol Cotton.
1M bona TobaiMo,
100 baJa rf TT- M. Uo!t P lv
tOO boxe af ial Soap, the b'nt ; n
50 bia of 4-4 BhMtin.
10O box-a of Arm mi ElimxT 1'rma i S
5tX) bbU- N C'fk,
i.0X pair ' ZiUr liroa. and Kt Slav
A KI LL UNK OK
: 1 : arrison s
, ' a r ; n his
ui ii -.
' i: 1 a : v m . v. turned t he
( .'. oi c.i; : :. far t lie foun
. new . T.ibernacie at
-KI.K has accepted
be present at the
: .-; v ue of lien. Lee
V .i. - N w s aud Ob-
,. -J;.- call lor a mon
.rr.il dames Daniel.
writer was with him in Hodea'
. on. aud bears testimony to
.- . i et' 'paalitii-s
i; in ni..i;i papers call Gen,
... ... r i .en. Ki," citing that
i .1:1 x-grueral, ex minister,
Sach actiou, they claim, has been
forced upon them by circumstances
that are becoming unbearable, and
for which they have vainly sought
relief through either of the exist
ing parties. Washington Post.
We consider this indicative of
the success of the Democratic party.
These Michigan farmers, if they are
representatives of their calling, are
honest men. They see the help
lessness of relief, from the Repub
lican party, and are in search ol
help from some other quarter.
True, they saj that ' they have
vainl" socght relief through either
of the existing parties." but the
evils of which they complain are
the result of Republican measures
which the democratic prty is seek-
ing to overthrow. The.se Michigan
farmers have hitherto acted with
the Republican party, and this
break from its ranks will lead right
id i eei.'iu- i n fa naued.
rs c.,ii:ii to lutve found
nip- h.id been taken by
h;s woman's house, and
'! n: l. -rj to "ew
A Ml ( 11 M KIU.II KKrOIlM.
It is pre
I'u 11 re : hi
formed a;; o;
in;: in the -qualii'v
day t In- S : ; t ;
11 : :i a c
x party chief, ex fctnre straight to the democratic fold.
.1 is now living in ex-' Michigan will not be alone. Tin
And. as ho plucked his cursed steel
Mark h"w the blcod of Ca'jar followed
Rut the nobic Rrotus says : '
"As he was ambitious I slew him.
ThTf is tears for his love; joy for his
fortune, honor for his valor; und de3th
for h is ambi'.icn . ' '
Mr. ouay's Republican is m v, as
honored, it w.13 for his rascality
t hey slew In m ! These young men
of I'ltLsburg admired his genius,
but ib-tested his leprosy. They re
coiled at the idea of personal con
tact with the man who riots in
cotiiiptb-ii. and seeks the accom
plishment of his object through the
misfortunes of his fellow men. He
is no nritor to arouse the passions.
1:0 -debater to convince the judg
ments i t men. He turns from the
ie.ilai in which mind hold imperial
siv.iv, and. with a bribe in his
hand, goes to the abode of poverty
to buy power with bread: No practice is uot uniform.
From the State Papers.
Evangelist W. P. Pife is conducting
a series of meetings in Washington.
Much interest is manifested.
Evangelist Pearson is now at work in
Henderson. Great success attends his
eiTorts wherever he goes.
Fayetteville Observer: The Centen
nial committee decided the other after
noon to erect six triumphal arches in
different parts of the city, under which
the centennial pageant will march in
1 AY - I DKARS OF MISS W-.
tier head upon her snow-wh:;e pillow ,
Her eyen in slumber closed.
She dreams the dreams of innocence.
Her power of will deposed.
She dreams of that great power, love.
Sovereign of the human breast,
It throws its figures on the whII,
As if 'twould her fancy test.
The first, a somewhat handsome man.
His character pure and bright.
But he fails to inspire a passing fancy,
And passes in Bilnce out of sight.
il e c 1
not so tar us Ti
low a is 1.;; : !
man is not cxclu
bll.V, bee ill- e oi"
Oj 1 1 :i : i :i o ; - he g
the accused, lit: ;
oath, t i:.i . his cp
that tiu-v c.ttiuut
ic I 'imii :
m that il.i
i.lt State Is (';;!!
'CIO I lea 1 ' !' Il t .
Ic .-i ing t h - lead
1 a A 1 I'o.ona a
ded from ; he j ury
1: :iv .n ; lo; mi. d an
: 1 i 1 ' 01 i il n.icence of
he says, under
nious are s.i lixed
be changed by
man has Rv. Carter Burndtc, mayor of Ruth- The next a man of talent rare,
so nend- erfordton. N. C died suddenly, while A mind profound and deen
of 1 o w a
j '"n iu uourt, on mm juonaay, .tie lans to inrui ner bosom loo.
October 29. Heart failure was the cause Her love is still asleep.
01 ueam. iae was abount seventy-live
years old .
The third in pompous, etately wealm
Appears upon the wall .
He seems quite confident, but fiis
Her fancy to enthrall.
With erect and beautiful furui.
But still he lacks that manic power
Which would her bosotn charm.
Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing & Furniture
l II. V
m ear. '.
ays he pendence
AT KKTAII- AND WHO! KSAI.l
W tr pr?rw! lo juj rou -.hi ari Raxica.a for -. 1 M - 7 Ll
. e or 1 .
Still Leads in LOW PRICES,
l'fclaration of Inde-
: u.:t- in- said when he assert- the Northwest. It will stir the
it Circer Cleveland would be blood of the yeomanry like the old
..nattd ;n 1 vj. Ctov. Hill he Declaration stirred the spirits of
iers practically out of the. oar revolutionary farmers. It w;ll
kindle a tlama, on the shores of the
Northern lakes that wdl be
auswered by beacon lights through
out the I 'nuui.
The revol- n .ll be the revolt of
Republicans. 1 )en;ocr,its know
full well the ciue of the tii'iibie,
and they will erect standards
around which their Republican
wonder tffe pure and noble young
men of Pittsburg refused to take
will be read throughout the hand sta-ned wit h the bleed of
the innocent !
Asheville Journal: Ben Collins called
at the Journal office this afternoon and
nave the weight of the fifteen
kins which he gathered from one vine The fourth, the handsomest of men.
on his lot in Asheville this fall. The
aggregate weight was 946 pounds the
largest weighing 155 pounds.
Nashville Argonaut: Intelligence is Ob "Lail," ihou with mind so run
necessary to success in any business Fancy so light and free,
enterprise, but how can a man be in- For what wert thou created?
telligent and have broad, progressive 1 Has earth a need for thee.'
views who does not read newspapers V ' , .. ,
I; is an impossibility. A good news-: K?w thu' 0 J'V thHl thy sphere
paper is worth more to a farmer than a i T Lpon .thl8 18 lV.e' ,
ton of guano 1 sweeten the bitter life of man.
t- -i ,. 1 And his character to improve.
v inston Daily: The North Carolina:
Annual Conference of the Methodist j ut somewhere in life's crowded walks
Episcopal Churob. South, will convene husband thou wilt find
at Greensboro, Wednesday, November 1 Whom thou canst love most passionately
27th. Our neighbor city is alreadv With all thy soul and mind .
the qualifications of jurois. ami the maVn PrePaatjns to entertain the Then thou wilt know in thy happiness
. u j , cuioitaiu , what a priceless gift is love,
it handsomely. Bastowed unon frail woman-kinrl
By the All-wise Power above. '
Johnson s Mills, N. C.
any testimony ttiat may bo intio
duced. 1 he same praC ice prevails
in Texas. In some oi the States
it is left with judges to determine
We join t ho Headlight in say-. Ooldsboro Argus: The electric light
ing: "Let tne press of North Ca- is in abeyance for awjhile. Ic was only
Mi r ti . 1 . .1 ..inn, I.' T 1. .
rolina ta.vC up this important mat- as permanent arrangements can beper-!
ter, and we have no doubt that the fected, it will be turned on for always, i
; n teres. ;
;.T Will :t be issued
il ricn ance or fiction
R ki III" T I . K il's propo;
of 'personal reaonisces
doubted ly b
:.i io c.a.ss
t- a:i L.ster
- .gge.-'.ed by facts! St. Louis D;s
I; ha- been stati 1 that Mr
Ha, ford had resigned his place as
private secretary to President
Harrison, but it is now said that
he is n.ch improved and will re
same u:s duties at the white boa am
I.AWRF.NCK PERCY IUWS0.V
The subject of this brief sketch
is a yonng man who has fallen
through the subtle influence ot
1'ew young men have evec com
motio, d life with fairer prospects
than those that attended Percy
Dawson on ins entrance upon its
btisv scenes. His bo hoods home
was a happv one.
united the charm ol a gentle spirit
mil l jrity of our people
favor of chat)
Commerce in the Church.
London Christian GUtbe.
It is a fine light Men who have travel- j We have not yet in the English
td widely Bay it is the btst they have v, v. 1 i !
ingthe present jury everseen. uuuauM ouu cuapeis lub pian
W-.lson Advance: Mr. Raffin Rn. i ""P" pupu.ai uiuuaiy n
frow. of Cross Roads township, has
piaceu us unaer oongations lor a I
'tickler-' full of the finest syrup we I
churches, where the pews are an
nually let by auction to the highest
bidders; but the difference is only
PUfit r : . -
ill a., t
SYl'E XJ 1 "
I.RFAM RA MWi
- Hvg j rtarsd (ran las Nortbsru Mark : w t r. I.i.r.
TUH SIct4i Stock I aver kspt, I im irotn to
f;Scll Cheaper than Any One in the City
' largest Stock of Clothing in the City !
ain't S'U from $2.50 . Boy's Kas Sana, four to sht
' 11m U Ldil' CTasAi aai Naw Uaxitw a!o Do!mr.j.
CkU'a -OmIa, 6r U twalrs jear, $1.25.
lra' (M43ka at II 00.
'-"Lftsi'tUM aai Imm Skosa, to 1 00.
"Tlf. im IUjV flA., 10c. to 1.
CABPJna will k mtld very law A fill 1 in- of Tnati n i Vi .
"Ttj viI itok oDry Goijan 1 Nonaw will be soil 1: JlKITl
P2.1CK3. a I kT to oaks room far rnj Knormous 8tok of Clothier.
Keaabr Ue ples.
llK.u.riiY public sentiment in
lontana has proved too strong for te nr8t g0.
-tiemtrs wtio are endeavoring x)emcracv.
Party spirit is vary strong
brethren can rajiy and find shelter.
Rut snppose results do not rea . h this and loving heart with the refine
oonsummation, still the result will ment of letters and the culture ot
be beneficial. A party of farmers, art. His father stood among the
organized gainst trusts and mo foremost men of the Alabama bar.
nopolies, must become anailyof A member of the law firm of
Democrat. It wilfbe aa honest I'ettus & Dawson, associated in the
party, and an honest purpose is courts with tuch men as Senators
KaI.i-.i oi. N. 1 .. O.'tober us About
two Wbtks a.-o one Berrier ki.led his
mother-in law at Lexington, N. C ..'and
on being captured he was Ijnehfd.
Oov. Fuwle urged Solicitor Long to dis
cover the lynchers, and Mr. Long made
a fh i a v i c before- Judge Phillips, on
which twfntv of the lvnchers . have
Kr.rtr, nr.n,. .1 .l M ,,.l
Ills moiuer euard Some of the'ringleadprs have
have ever tasted. It was made by him j one of degree, not principle. Iu an ''- Pa.
of Tha. hTnm ' irT t.hVt tnwnBhin mcrewiDg number of Nonconform
. .... r ' lQf ohnribno rvr n 11 i 1 f , x r. . . 1 ,
tbis year as well as in other portions of 'CM' v"ulv"ca "uc uuwunn iuu: in
the county. 'charged for all seats alike. In
Raleigh News and Observer: Among j otuers, again, DO regular trafhc is
1 xcitercent prevails at
LexisgT' x, Oct. Oj. The interest in
the 'rial of the lynchers of Rooert Beir
rier continues. Two more men arrest
ed, making a totil of.twenty-eihtnow
under guard. Kveryt'nDg is quiet, but
no changr in public sentiment. There
are sixty witnesses to be examined.
New Ymk, O.-t. 29 The agony is
over and tto most exciting and inter-
the arrangements for the Centennial at
I ay etteville on the 20th of November,
it is announced that thirteen ladies
will represent the thirteen original
States. Miss Maggie Pemberton, of
Fayettoville, will represent North Ca
rolina, and will bear a magnificent flag
in the parade.
Scotland Neck Democrat: The papers
are tlowing Pitt county as a tobacco
section, and from what we have heard
directly from tobacco growers there,
the papers are not misrepresenting Pitt.
We ara delighted to learn of this new
resource of our neighbor county, and
we hone to see this part cf 10s develD--
1 conversion to Morgan and Pugh and ex-Governor esting basebf.il contest in the history of ment pushed vigorously.
I D tl .1 111 111 alio
litn u 1 ii . so.
Hrstos 1 I.
Se use of ''.
a ii'l 1 1 .
Tin' Tin: i i
A pnrl .
mall . rr
if r i-.
r i rll ftnd
h 1 1 rnt:t? Nt. liy
'.. reerst the will of the people as
etpressed .it the ballot box, and
there seem- to be little reason to
doa'it that:: wiii en force j astice in
the end. Rjton Post.
H 1 ru
crimf, with swifter trials of
Watts, his name ".as known and tne national game nas neen ueciaed.
In todav g game between New "iork
honored throughout the State. and Brooklyn for the world's cham-
It is Sad that the son of such a pionship, the Giants won the much cov-
, ... , ,11 - -f ttea pennant dv a scope 01 tnree to two.
are farmers who have been Repub pair should be a lelon . How is it, The game was an intensely exciting'
licana all their lives, who will rebel and how came it so T one, and one of the most closely con-;
it cords are hard to break.
I . I 11 t . M. I lUn f,tV.nr Af I T- n T-
againsi oeing canea uemocraif, .m.wwu,i,u.ii. unci.., Thousands of ceople witnessed the kI T" 7"iZ 7n.
. ) , . -, r y- , 1 1 -1 , a vuv annua j noio wavtlivj WAaob
s.ronger laws against , bat ther must remember that there was appointed by air. Cleveland game and the enthusiasm of that great I outstanding aoeonnta and a heavr atock
in : can be but two rreat parties in this Commissioner of Kducation. lie : "L "r"'"" r...5 ST : 01 uasaieaDie goods.
tested of the entire series.
Kinston Free Press: Mr. Jno. L.
Hartsfield made an assignment Monday
to Mr. C. W. Hartsfield. Liabilities
So, 000, assets the same. Creditors pre
ferred to the amount of 2,500. Mr.
Hartsfield is a clever and worthy young
man, and haa the sympathy of the com
munity in his misfortune. The causes
arraigned, aDd with sorer ends of-country.
and on the bleaching boards fs beyond1
.f. r,, Kt,I ,ropr nnali fi-af inn for t h A no- i .u t . a ;v.i 1 ..1. I" dranfl
niiru,l'l LU 1U"U" !F'P".i',iiu Conference were pleased with our little
La Grange Sentinel : Visitors at the
graph wire to transmit.
It is hardly fair even to call it enthu-
town and paid it and our citizens some
justice then the cry of '-the law's party 0u a single idea will fail, sitioa. If the Department of Edu
delay" as w.ll as the law's nncert- The science of governments is the cation failed to accomplishment the ' giagm. It wa8 more Jike frec and th nice complimente. We think they all
ainty w:.i de out, and criminals m08t difficult ofall sciences, and high purposes for which it was New "i orkers were drunk with joy. We noticed a lot of the largest and
w! tw. nrnniht v and mil 7 da t ii 1 u . u j . i : a,.,,,;,.) ir oris nnl lh fjn t nf nusiUJ-OAi-tii, j.m . C., wet. 4i I.
I 1 - . I lBSl UU1J W UJMIC1 CS1 Ujuc UlllClJl. vi fc""- .. - -r Leopold
':th. Wilmington Messenger. stndv of manv tears ajaite"M bv the accomplished Commiseixiner
MM k President Kliot of Harrard the biatorr of nations and trie Un his induction into oflice, Mr
h.w announced himself a Democrat i oouncili of sages of every age. A
finest lookinsr notatoea wt h&vn ever
a well fenown cigar manu- 8een. raised bv Mr. P. M. Hardv. of
facturer of this city, died this evening Lenoir Inatitute. Thflv warn of th
of Bright's diseaee, aged forty years. nortan yam variety. It's a treat to look
Son Lawrence ; Great excitement prevails in Lincoln al su.n nne potatoes.
county, West V irginia, over the fearful I (Jharlotte News: The new bagging
J. A. Txrcrwiy, Wwia.
Dawson made his
he is being pounced upon by all the ; political party must comprehend Percy Dawson his private secre- tragedy of Thursday nightof last week. : mill at Concord will soon be ready to
Jxi organs ol the country. Soon all the elements of government tary. His duties made young when two men, who had been hired to begin operation, as the iroof is inow b-
U KJ LA1 Li i ty UiUlUrjl , Cl C r HJ 1 U put VU A. U O 1UBIU MUHUiUK AO
an organized band of sixty 364x126 feet, two stories, with base-
that the scholarly and address Itself to all the needs, ' Dawson familiar with everything buUetgby
Oppoait Baptiat Chareh.
NEW BKRNK, N.
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b re i .
oldest and rreatest methoda and ends of leeislation. It about the oflice. He knew the 1 men. There are two factions, both well ment. It will operate 500 looms for
Uh foreign combination of the safe, and this to d 8pindles, with all the necessary pre-
and domestic affairs, and be able him was -the tree of the knowl- A.arge buiIdinK connected with Ar. : P".,. "ffj:, finS f
to succor the weak and conciliate edge ol good and evil in the midst mour's mammoth packing houses in "" ln be worked npwr da? The
fV,- t ..rtUrih.ra pan f 1 1 1 w o a r d e n ." Hp took t h for-' Kan8aa Cl 1 7 ' Kansas . w as en tirely d e- ' ; , , B ; , . . , -. fJ. . trni
kuv otiuui a otaT Lunt v u v i v. vvm o ,
be a political party, composed alone bidden frnit and fell 1
oT farmers, argues ignorance of the Was he in need of money ? There
nature and design ot parties. was no good reason why he should
have been. His lamily is noted
for its wealth, and he is reputed as Camdtn, yesterd9y
havmg a fortune of his own. His Richmond. Va.. Oct. 30. A mortgage
ahnnhl liuve ni-iiip was tonay recoruen nere irom tne men-
head of th
institution of learning on this con- must b conversant
tinent be:::g a I'emocrat cannot
read. He has read the party
platforms and histories. Rloom
ington Pullet m.
of Prince Hatz
VAN WINKLE GIHV MACHINERY CO.,
COTTON GINS, PRESSES,
. a a;
11 a r r a z
e: ot Mr. ( od;s P. Hunting- Farmers, like other men. must
New ,i ork. took place last bo Democrats or Republicans, and
::it:.e athoiic ratory ,at as the Republican party is chitily
ci. l...g;.iid. A wedding distinguished for the advocacy and
w.n M-ro 1 jhe Cfer- adoption of measures mosMiurtful
i.oa.-.-y . alter Inch Prince to farming interests, it is reason-
,d: n.d h;s bride started to able to suppose that farmers who
know their rights, will defend them
in the ranks of the Dejiio'racv.
. 1 . .u I .. T i . U1IWO ry ill Jlgubuu UJ CIWM 11.11.1 .
ing. The loss is 3110,0.0, which is Elizabeth City Economist: Governor
covered by ic?uranc. Fowle please take notice that there is
a fleet of non-resident vessels now tak
Charlfsc -.v, P. C. October 30 ing oyster plantings from the natural
John L. MnBi.'.-, ex Governor of South oyster beds of Pamplico Sound for sale
Carolina, died at his plantation, near in Virginia and Maryland, in defiance
of the laws of North Carolina, while
some of our law-abiding sea-faring men
are debarred from this profitable but
nxea; each pewholder is lelt to
assess himself, and to subscribe
what he can ail'ord lor church ex
penses. Rut in almost all cases the
allotment of seats is equally rigid.
"My own pew," when once secured, lg
is counted a sacred spot, dedicated
to my own use, a private reserve
on which nobody has any right to
trespass except in my absence or
by my leave. It is true a certain
number of free seats are often re
served, especially in half-empty
churches, for the stranger and the rrr0 1. v. c p-,ri. Tr.,.T
poor. But these are usually seats j vv aneb, WXKS, JtWeil,
that other people have rejected SOLID SILVLK.
the back rows of a gallery, or the! AND PLATLD WAKE
bare, uncashioned benches of an I
aisle in strikinc contrast with I siKn w i.i .
those unholstered and p.arnptoil .. 1 ket'v 1 '-' ''r ",' ' k "f ; I
. r , . 1 . tnan anv other store 1:1
pews which seem to have been in- i tke pan u n iar T . -
1862. EftTlJi 1888.
HAH A FIXE t'TC'CK OF
oculated with the drawing room.
Earely do you find a Nonconformist
church where there ia indeed and
in truth no respect of persons a
church which dare write over its j state,
doorway, "Whosoever will, let him
come lreely." !
isnoc tnis state ot things un
scriptural and unchristian! It is
difficult to read those scathing
words about the man with the gold
ring and the goodly apparel getting
a front seat in the vast assembly,
while the poor man in vile raiment
was pushed in a corner to suit his
clothes without feeling that St.
James would have made very short
work with pew-rents in the primi
tive church at Jerusalem. He, at
any rate, had not forgotten his
Easter's warning: ' The Scribes
and Pharisees, do not ye after their
For they love the chief seats in the
synagogues.'' He at least, was in
no conflict with St. Paul over this
point, tiat in Christ Jesus there is
neither bond nor -free, workman
nor capitalist; they are all one in
Him, and all brothers in his wor-
th ( nrolina
bi m to the
eyes of partn-c iipoimil' th- :n.
Ha-rintr worked steadily V. thf bench
for over thirty ye irn, I t e 1 cm. to
as good work as any w:.tc hniakcr in thT"
COMK AND UK
SAM K h TON.
Midi) ! Ht root.
Opposite pRptiHt Church. fU' dwtf
kT R, JONES,
Dry Goads .... uins.
Pre es if
Shi isf. i. i i
mond & Danville Riilroad company to
illegal trade. We look to you as the ship, and all equal in his churc
him prefer want to dishonor, had it the Central Trust company, of S'ew
' :.e ; r edit ; r.g tour
i 1 V : . : . N ; ,s
s.i.d to be
s ci !- her h us and 18
i. ird. .iiid hopes he won't
MATT tl AY ULACKRALLF.H.
L'nited States Senator M.
t r e i .
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l'm-re are ever so Quay, chairman of the. Republican
i :h:s country who National Committee, has been
-;. her so much that blackllled by the Yonng Men's
, , . Repoblican Tariff Club of this citv.
e .he Mffli thing, j,,. gua. wa pro,,osej for
t:.ey c.in to realize honorary membership, and natural-
- : :ia hope.--WiI- ly the rejection of the executive
head of the great t an tl" party, by
the leading tariff organization of
. oui-s l. m mb- the greatest tariff city in the C tr.on
.,-:.. Kiim acivpted b causeil no end of talk Pitts-
mm;-s:oi.er of Pen- bnrg ( Pa., Special.
.: oi. that he should That the rejection ot .Mr. v jay
rid ui t he afT.irfl of by the leaxling tarnL organization
: :. : be hampered of Pennsylvania, will be explained
lie must intend aVresul ' i ng from sum e ins ign : tican t
. .-ea.su -y sjrlua into pique, is to be expected, but it is
.re.ni forthwith. The not probable that the public will
:. we :ned to hampor bo satisfied with any such explana-
' d:- i;.ce he had to tion. Republican newspapers and
1 e elar.d Plain biased Republican partisans may
accept some such statement as
the solution of this most palpable
indignity, but the honest enquirer
after truth will seek fur mure sub
The person blackballed is a c.t:
:en of the otate in which :: oc
curred. He is a I mted states
Senator, represeiicng tne :cat
State of Pennsylvania in the most
august assembly in the world. He
;s at the head of the great political
party of which the Young Men's
Republican Tariff Club of Pittsburg
is a constituent part. How
then, can we account for the rejec-
Yot k. se :uring 3..ji 'O.COO. the amount
needed for iquipment. rolling fctock,
I.uM"'N. 'cc -- Rrporta have
reached here of a minsucre by natives
of Suuthwcst New.- Guinea, the victims
being Rev. M. Savage, a Loudon mis-
iet the Washington Post of sinnary. nt I tiie crew of the cutter
, t i i .,,11.1 i . Marr, belonging ta the l. jnuon jlirision-
last lhursday tell the sad story : ary ;cciely ,t.aeena!and steamer.
"According to the inspectors the Albatros, haa gene to ihe sceDe of
young Dawson had the combina- the trouble.
tion of the safe, and on twoocca- Nuw York. Oct. 30. Dr. Dewiu Tl-
been necessary for him to choose
between the two. Rut he was iu
Washington, unrestrained by the
hallowed associations of home, and
theu the temptation came. But
executive of the laws to correct it.
Raleigh Call: Information was re
ceived here today of a sad occurrence
near Apex on Saturday. Tne little
three-year-old son of Mr. J. Holland
was burned to death The little boy
with another child was in a room where
a fire was burning. They were left
alone for a short time, during which
the bor little fellow's clothing caught
in some way. His screams of agony
brought assistance, but it came too late.
He was so fearfully burned that he died
quickly after he was reached.
Durham Globe: The entire com
munity was saddened yesterday by the
J. H. OK
siotis he opened the heavy iron mage, bis v ife. daughter, and his
door unobserved, and took from private ecretary and wifj were among information that Mr. Thos. D. Jonee.
the 'sale between hJU and4100 the Passengers, on the steamer City of one of Durham's most prominent and
, ,r -.mns tL nnlv fnr Far is. w h ich sh i I -d for Liverpool today . popular citizens, had "passed beyond
worth of s.atnps l ie only use for Doctor Xalm, c wlil be g0De untlUhe river," after a lingering illness
these Stamps the bureau OniCialS middle of January lie will slop at frnm thnt rlread dastrover consumntion.
have is in sending mail matter to Paris, Rome, and Naplea sd then visit jrr. Jones was about 35 years of age.
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Innir intprrnlc t,m t h a The steamer Kanawha, from Newport
News, arrived this morning with the
reooeiy as no. uiscov ei eu 1111- crew of the steamer Cleopatra, twenty-
mediatelv, and possibly might never 8ix in number, and the crew of the
have been discovered by the bureau steamboat Crystal Wave, which were
eiTicials had the matter" rested sole- both sunk in collision at 5:30 yesterday
i' ":: airman
. io ; . ; ve I om
it t tie act ; e : n terest
se:.: campaign by
rveland ill lnter
I c n.ocracy of the
r. i '.eve'.and '.1 do
wm- to atd the
ilea: 'ed by no
st.":: ; s as to
. c '. : n g s e r
ly with them. The discovery of
the crime, however, came through
another source and in a manner
which young Dawson himself could
hardly have anticipated.
The first intimation received by
t he aut horities that a robbery had
occurred w as when Inspectors Smith
and Arringtou learned from New
York that some one in this city was
morning olf the Capes ol Delaware
hands were saved .
Tne Cleopatra belonged tih t lie Old
Dominion Line, and was bound from
West Point, Va , for New York. The
Crystal Wave was a side wheel river
steamer and w is bound for Washing
ton. D. C.
y, i i.tx w n . W. Va . O.-tober 30 A
hundred and tilty men. nearly equally county
divided between the Htrieids aud Mc
Coys, were massed some tfn or twelve
He came to Durham from Virginia
about ten years ago and entered the
tobacco business. Mr. Jones was a
prominent member of both the Durham
Tobacco Association and the Chamber
Snow Hill Baptist: Mr. W. F. Brand,
an old soldier of the Mexican war who
resides about eight miles from here,
has in possession an overcoat, testament
and knife which he used while a soldier
in that war. All of these articles are
in use tow, and have been ever since
hia discharge. He also has a walking
cane which he cut near Puna Vista.
the colored people on oanay nan, mis arfpnrl ita services
l-i ii t- eonnht r ha A rbonsao
but apart from any express words
in Scripture, pew rents and the
rights they convey seem contrary
to the whole genius of the Gospel.
They perpetuate and embalm in
the worship of God just those
earthly things and carnal distinc
tions which Christ came to abolish.
They build again in the House ol
God those middle walls of partition
which Christ died to destroy. They
make the word of God of none e fleet i sw Mm 1 '
by their tradition. What is the wear. -;
use of " affirming from the pulpit I ,r"" ; !
that all souls are equal before their "'il,,',", " " ,
Maker, while the very arrangement .
of the congregation is an open de-1 for am- . .
nial of the truth you preach ? 1 w r. n
It is idle to waste arguments ' f"",;'" ' '
against a commercial system of K.v. k,.: k ;:. :..
pew-letting, which would'infallibly ona hv "B
Danish into back seats the twelve j
Apostles and their Master too. j Jg PlSW i
But, after all, the question of seat
appropriation is quite as great a t
hindrance to the entrance of the
workiDg classes to places of wor i
ship as are pew-rents, although it
would be more difficult to abolish
the system. The serious work of a
church lies among those w ho are
not yet earnest enough to habitu "
1 liese are
disposing of a quantity of Stamps males eouth of Hamlin last ni,jht, and a
in that citv. They knew that it bloody battle today is inevitable. The
was not i.kelv that each a tiling McCos aie intrenched in the hills, and
could occur unless some branch of at l. st reports the Uathelds have d.scov.
. ered their w hereabouts and are march-
the Government had suffered, and bb )Ut xly Btr0. to attack them.
they set about to digCOVer where but nothing could be lone before morn-
t he larcenies were being committed, ing on acuum of t..e darkness. Jos.
It was several davs before their in- Urquhart. a Il.ttrieid man. was mur-
vestigation resiled iu anything, d.-red la-t n.cht hy Ureen Mc'.ey. Both
, r ,, i , - factions htive uno" bjen m ,kin: prepa-
but they finally succeeded in tracing ratloD8 f,,r ,,, n-nt.
the stamps that were being sold in San Fii' - i- " Cal . October 30.
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rr and a trrPAr. manv rfl mkin iucmicicbb, luumni-ucuui, i .n,n n
arrangements to leave for that State goers in every town, w horn it is on i
soon. duty to lay ourselves out. to win.
Charlotte Chronicle: Duncan T. They are not too much inclined lo
McRae, at the age of 54 years, died in enter a church even w hen it is fiee
Salisbury Sunday night. He was born ar)d oper, The very large ma i ont
in Montgomery county this State, but , working people-thai
for the greater part of his life lived in , , i
Texas. During the war he was ad ju- s to say, people steeped in . hiss
tant of the 2Sth North Carolina regi prejudice, horribly suspicious ol
ment. Just after the war he went to being patronized, morbidly i-ell
White Hall, N. Y., but afterwards went ve tno intrLU0. ;p0 such
to Cxalveston. iex ana irom mere people it does make a
moved to HouBton. At ore time he : c"l c
conducted a mercantile business in uiuei cuce, ui u tnej
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New York to m unc Dawson and Five Chinese lepers wi re shipped home f Vinraw. s. c. Ahont the first of last thev can walk into a church Wltll-
ocating the robbery itselt in the fom tnio i.i esieiuav uu a uuug August he was taten with malarial out any Kiss or restraint, without is in,, hi-.
Rureati of Education.
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not fl-l It.
Pnruli BricUTnlij WV!i.
krrpi till ll and "ur
Vitirpriitjfs Brita ud Stone.
nink A IU mIc Waiter
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Yoj Can Pnlnt 0t
Cmentod or Brick Wa
Trtlltd vitr Prpicr;ic
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v made bv ex Pension
s.s.orer Tanner, that he
woa d pi.bl.sh .. statement that
. all mae ' hings very unpleasant
:-t th- A d m n ; ; rat ion, seems to
:.. '. to a suspension of liQtili
t e. 'c is now stated that there
; . be tu' more Peusvon Office
l.ter.c.ure k-,veii to the public. The
relief that will be felt at this an
nouncement is likely to be temper
ed by the knowledge of the means
by which sucu a trice has been af-
teot,i. The cohesive power of the
spoil s stem
This result Kong steamer, iney pre.-entn a P'"- fever at Houston, Tex. In order to re- i any sen8e of being there ou sullci
was reached on Tuesday after- af h:I;1' cSS'IZ"!6 ad ? T
noon. it was decided that the interest of the Hendersonville, from which place he desire, as it 18 surely our bounden
"The inspectors having concluded citv would be served by shipping all the went to Saiinhnrv where he died. Mr. duty, to make the way into God's
tion of Senator Quay by the Young that the stamps had been stolen from Chinese lepers to China. It is the opin- McRae never married. He was a mem- house as easy as possible. If on
Men's Republican Tariff Club of the Rureau of Education, proceeded ?" ' t!"'rwkhahed?searbrfore ber of the EPiB0Pal churh' 4 once give tne free and unappro-
This Republican Tariff Club 13 a Hramined 'ind a the "awd"au delphia Times says: Lawyer John D. , . jufAr's ri rsf dnrv is
siin fi - rp i was at once examined, and as the Hflenv Ark.. October 30 -John Hayes, of Freeland. this county, has 1 Alter ail, a minister d ni st duty is
poiitico-ecK lal organization. lobe- inspectors had anticipated, the Childreas , cerk of the steamboat Ames issued an address to the people of Free- not to make money.
come a member of it, the person stamps that had been placed there Lee, t-hot and killed Henry Norman, on land, in which he asks for contnbutioss
nMn,i m.t k . n.i.ii .,..a for safe keenint? wera eone. This board the boat, yesterday. Norman to defend Father Boyle, the priest con- ,
pivvn.u iicjiuuuiiiu .tun - - - - - --j - c, " .hnirH i Vpmnhin uml n.irt fur. TMnt-.prl nt Raleirh. N. C. Mr. Haves has : Thi Best Salvi in the world
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gentleman. Ah, there's the rnb 1 'CLl"-u " " ' " "-i'1;"1'" tn w.in,lt Bend. Childrp-s saw that he received a letter from Col. T. C. Fuller, Outa, Bruises, Sores, Uloers,
Thess Tonn? mm ar roaily-rn net couct,rueu' anu lD sianeu in dld not et off at the Bend and demand- chief counsel for Father Boy le. in which j Rheum, Ferer Soree, Tetter, Chapped
. . J Bcarcu 01 young uawsoii. auey ed fare to Helena. Norman refused to he says that his client was notgivenal
wuu air. iuav ou tne uroad meatre lound tiim yesterday aiternoon in pay. asserting that he was asleep when fair trial, and that the anti-Catholic
of national politics. They will at- Harper's drug store, near the Walnut Bnd was reached, and had not feeling was so bitter that he could not
tend hia Dnblic meeting and an Metropolitan Hotel, and promptly been awakened. The clerk denied this, obtain it. Mr. Hayes says that Joseph
lenu nis puonc meetings and ap- " ' r t j . after some words he struck Nor- Newburger and several other Protes-
wa never iw- elarini? plaud his speeches to the echo, but .tY , f ,, nnai raara man. who thereupon fired at Childress, tants have handed him checks. The
was never so glaring- - f v, "Dawson is but twenty one years k..o ti,in oitt m ih hmmn .11 nnxt hnm n th nr
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m agic on a relief.
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Prioe 25 oents per box. Fo
sale by R. N. Duffr. ian 17
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.y or so nhamelesaly illustrated.-- mey win not aamic nun to their 0f age, bat the three or four years Childress retur -ed the fire, and Norman end of this county, where many of his i Beeoham's Pills act like
Philadelphia Record. social circle, and greet him as a he has been in this city he has lived ' fell dead. Childress is fatally injured. 1 relatives still reside. weak stomach.
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