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INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
OO Pasa-faT ,
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, MARCH l7. 1890.
Hood thought are no better
ikia good dreams aaleas they are
tetttod." p) i
TAL.MA.aK bu obtained a verdict of
$30,000 damages against the NtWj
York World for libel. I
Hox T F. BATABD will deliver
$a oration before the Haglnot 8c
iilacV of Sooth Carolina in Charles-
ton on April la next
MARD so the carnival of inhuman -
itj goes on
all orex the ooontrv.
8oarcerj a day paases without some
aw and bornfjiog revelation."
PHUSSIA.5 ooosabi have declined
34 per oeat, and other Praasiaa
Beeoritlee aret duresaedti , eoue-
I JBflDi 4fff?fJ 1,.tH'
I v TftriafMiiaiind handle factor of
- jr . . a . - m i
XijVtnan irouers,u utaruHie, nare
Men for yean snipping their pro
doeta to Germany, and are never
Able to keep ap with orders.
Retxkkixo to the new machine
which sews ou 3,000 bnttoua a day,
the Norwich Bulletin remarks:
MWuat this world wuts is uot
m r Oaltous to the miuate, bat
snore thread to thebuttou." Amen!
Tax Poel doe nofr say thac the
UrUToai scgir moat g bat it does
aaj thafc a good deal of it most go.
Some lefcdidz Bepablicaos, who
kT reeenUj felt the peblio poise
oa this sabjeci, hate bad their eyes
opened. Waahiagwo Poet.
THX Kama Far era' Alliance
am petitioned the Cod grew men
from (hat State to take some prompt
asad decisive aetioa looking to tariff
rensiou, alleging that ooe lav firm
ia Southeia Kansaa baa a contract
ti foteoloee mortgages on 1,800
Kanaaa farms. Another locality
heard from oo the tariff question.
WS see it very positively said
that Senator Allison u reeolate to
force a redaction ia the tariff. We
hope it to true. There is so general
a demand by Bepobiicana for this
that oar lawmaker should respond
to it. It ia good-by Republican
Congressmen ia all the eloee districts
If It is not done. Keokuk Gate
IT ia evident that the Republican
leaders ia Congress are preparing
their beeks for another public caa
tigation like that administered to
. them ia 187. All -the eigne indi-
eate that thej will not be diaap-point-'J.
If the people of this
conn try proverbially have short
saemoriea, it is a fortunate diapen
aatioa vbat the politicians forget
quite as readily. Philadelphia
Tex situation in regard to the
location of Trinity College and the
Baptist female University ia each
that we fear E sleigh will lose both
of those institutions. It may be
that the location of the latter will
be Indefinitely postponed; bat the
agitation for the establiahmeat of
'Trinity at Durham will probably
end badly foe as. Environments or
no environments, Durham seems
:taatoa having the college. Ba-
'leigh News and Observer.
Thx Southern Edneatlonal Asso.
elation will hold its annual meeting
at Mortbead City from July let to
July th when it ia expected there
will be a large assemblage of repre
sentative teacher from, all the
&thera SUtae. This; will be a
pieaaaak: gathering of -those who
have made teaching a' life work.'
and will dosbtleea prove beneficial
not only to them bat to the canse
Ot education throagboat the South.
Haeh eaa he gained! by, aasociations
of tt'kind aad iat. opportunities
they present for an interchange of
ideas. Wilmington Star.
But there l a better day for the
fans era If they will oniy persevere
ia the way now open to them.
Stick, to the Alliance with all the
heart, son! and cash; stand firmly
by its riaeiplea, . be true, fall of
faith in the-order. Attend every
meriting and endeavor to make
every tocceeding one more inter- about the time t hat Napoleon Bona-eating-than
the last. There is much j parte 'a bones were removed from
tojbedone. Let every man pat his' there. He wa. born in Manlmain,
sboclderto tbe wheel and press J Bnrmah, in l&lo, and has been in
forward with a determination to do this coantry for some time. lie
hii. Whole daty, aad tbe sunlight of was once pastor of the Baptist
ptpailerity will beam n pen as, and church at Orange, but left that to
WEST debt aad want now oppress i enter the mission work among the
. - . ... ...
Mdenoe and plenty will reign
H. 6. A in Progressive
FEUCUfa at tho Irish Banquet,
the atyfpfrlchmoBd, on St
Pitricks &jf'Ju> Fioormoy,
I . - afc - w ' . ! HI
rewyi o ce uommovweaju, in
miiMg to the toetwYirginia,n
Jjad v top whit be termed as
afcountlngria almost slander
ctzlnlf :';tk4A-- That the
Uhlted Stale J ft f covervmea t of
ttte reapfoloflbi people, and by
thJKrbe)-. truth iu, the
F&T&tQTtnmtnt was govern
menrWthe Stite; for the States,
atari by tta State, while the States
of. the ITttiOir were governments ot
tbs people, for tbe people
If the 1
distinction were preserved in the
tqffragM of the citizen, much good
woalJ reboaad to the coantry. If'lions of people who side with Mr
the President should die, it the ,
L-'t." " Sapreme Ooart should colls pe, if
" : - . Congress should expire, each or the
!y -if forty SUteo of the Union woald be
- free snd independent States with
T ' V goTermenta of their own.
Senator Vance is now at Com
broom, hia mountain home.
CTTNNIN0 pays uo regard to virtue,
and is bat the low mimic ot wisdom.
One of the ineauest of uhmu
things ever doue by uir,iu men is
; ths mftan attempt of Carnegie to
j -Ub the South by rejecting us ore
lienor to orthern iron.
ASOEE I l he modi iminKeut
; P&iou that accompauies toe miud
i r . ar .i
1 ol mD n aia uocu.ug ;c goes
about; and hurts the man who id
possessed by it more than au others
against whom it is directed.
QUAY ha been proved to beau
vinLV" u hiMir if anri 1 mun
eoXWaxter, a blackmailer and a man
atteriy witboac morel character, but
Qaay in the Republ'cau party is as
omnipotant aa Caesar. When
Quay says do this, tis done Kan
i saa City Times.
A STEED that bore ita owner, a
I Confederate cavalry major, through
seventeen engagements, is said to
be drawing the plow on a Georgia
plantation. This mus' be the old
horse de combat tbey used to talk
ilTJXAN uature and the principles
of polltiaal action were the same in
the time of Thomas Jerterson as
they were in the time ot Andrew
Jackson, and as they are today.
Having got into office, Jefferson
proceeded to turn the rascals out.
New York Suu.
As between '"free ship'' and
"subsidies" th Bostoj Executive
Business Association, after debate,
voted 23 to 6 lor free ships. Uotou,
it is perceived, lias not lost either
her commercial aense or he com
mercial independence. Philadel
THE Nashville lionad Table
claims that it was first to suggest
that a general distribution of the
negro population throughout the
several states would be the most
practical solution ot tne question. '
The Bound Table is not a good structcd for the purpose for which
Time Table. t'3ev were respectively used. The
exhibition was verv fine in all its
M.K21 talk in raptaren of youth different features, but of course tbe
and beauty wit and sprighthnesp; ! other exhibits were overshadowed
bat after seven years of union, not y tue fish, oyster and game de
one of tbem is to be compared to Pents. It would require too
, , ., much space to give the names or all
good family managemenf, which is 1 the fi9h exhibited, but it was doabt
seen at every meal, and felt every less the finest collection and
hoar ia the husband's purse. j greatest variety of fish ever Bhown
Wltnerspoon. ' ia thia nntry ; but he greatest
; surprise to me was the oyster
EdWAKD A. Olduam, he whom , exhibit. I have partaken of the
we bad hoped would redeem j our-' luscious bivalve iu all parts of
nalism from its sins, ha written a America and in Europe, bnt no-
i.. . , .,., where have found oysters to oom-
letter to the Atlanta Constitution, ... . XT
i pare with those ol Kastern North
in which Durham is most vilely Carolina. All varieties, from the
slandered. Nothing is worse than j almost worthless raccoon to the
base ingratitude. Poor Oldham! ' delicious New river, which are
Glorious Durham! larger than Saddle Hocks, and of
, finer flavor than Blue Points, were
A Hindoo gentleman ha called ;oQ exhibition. While the New
a congress of Bramin priests and
learned men for the purpose of in
corporating tbe Bible among the
sacred books of India, ;n J officially
recognizing Christ as the last and
spiritual Avatar, or in carnation of
Brahma, the supreme deity.
Experience keeps a dear school,
bat fools will learn in no other, and
scarce iq that; for it is true, we may
give advice, but we cannot give
ooodact, However, they that will
not be counselled cannot be helped,
and if you will not bear reason, she
will surely rap your knccklee.
It Is one of the noblest, outcomes
of the Ail-American conference,
and its best claim to remembrance
by after times, that it seems to have
provided a plan of arbitration be
tween the nations of the hemis
phere which will aid in putting a-
Stop to the numerous costly wars '
between neighboring republics. ,
Washington Star. ,
AM05O the distinguished visitors ,
in the city at present, is the Be v. j
Edward Judson, of New York city.
Mr. Judson is a son of Adoniram ;
JodsoD, the famous missionary.;
His mother's maiden name was
Sara Board mao, and she was buried
on the island of St. Helena in 1S47,
poorer classes ot 2Jew York city.
He is at the Battery Park for a
short rest, and is accompanied by
Mrs. Jno. D. Rockefeller. Ashe
It is well for the Democratic
party to be forewarned and fore
armed. Last fall when the Obser
ver told its readers shat the Repub
lican House of Representatives
would poreae a policy of extrava-
gance and recklessness, it simply
repeated tke judgmeat of the
wisest correspondents, and that
judgment is being vindicated every
day. Tbe dome of the National
Capitol will tr m ble over the howl
lor '-tne old na-,? and an .ippropna-
tion'." Fortunately however there
will be another Congress ional elec-
tion next fall, and then some mil
Carlisle will act. The Usmocratic
party C3n view with eereniry the
prospects of a tidal wave in the
fall of 1890 wbiefct will closely rival
that of 1874. Utvca Ot server.
th : m:w beknf. fair
In Man) Respects Pronounced Ecinal
to Any Ever Held In This Country.
it ui v iMllMx KUllUK.
Having a great desire to see the
nuniue Fish, Oyster and Game
Fair of New Berne.and also to visit
that part of the State for the par-
1-e ot f,v,o s n -ot thorough
' " ' "
T.inrn.lav. rVhrnarv ti, 7r.h. fnr
meeting it Uoldsboro
:,n,i Mr. K vV T.vn,, nf Iti.h
i r .u
who accompanied mo on the trip.
Alter n!,nt rrin fhrnnffh a
teaatiful and fertile coantry, we
,,r .i,- iofoiLi ; fit.iland ever' year. As a sample
, , ... , , .. .
, Llorel Albe.t where good Attentionj
waspaiuusoy air. lauerson ana
his sons n r rnv nnt. tn t h a
Fair grounds that night, where we
took a superficial view ol the ex-
hihit linitirtor varthin rr hriarht
.1... ). .,?..
liantlv lighted up bv electricity.
Th nr,n,,,i vt n t ti, no-
. -.,.. T.V.; j
The hounds made the night melo-
dions with their music, while the
red , o ited huntsmen ou their fiery
mounts, presented a gallant appear-
ance. but still it looked rather
ridiculous to see all that fuss made
over a poor, bedragged, dejected
lookioz little animal, who. when
turned out of his coop, stared
around in bewildered astonishment,
and shewed a decided preference
for slinking into dark corners.
rather than making a dash for
liberty, and when he was at last
kicked out and obliged to face hia
natural enemies, the hounds, who
soon caught him after a feeble at
tempt to run, he looked so pitiful
that i-ould not help feeling sorry
for him, even though he was only a
Next niortfing we visited the
grounds again, accompanied by
Mr. Harper, of the JOCRNAX, who
showed us around, introduced ns to
a number of the exhibitors and ex-
tended us a number of courtesies
which were highly appreciated,
The buildings and grounds were
we11 suited for the purposes of the
exhibition. The main building is
a large two-storv brick building
while the other
buildings were specially con-
river oyster is undoubtedly the
finest in the world, there were
many other varieties of almost equal
excellence, especially those from
Nelson's bay, which are veri
table giants among the oyster
family, but do not quite reach the
delicious flavor of those from New
river. The fact that tbe grand oyster
resources of North Carolina have
been heretofore so little known is
a sad commentary upon the lack
of enterprise in her people. While
undoubtedly possessing the largest
area of grounds in the world, which
produce the finest oysters, both as
to size and quality, we have been
importing oysters of inferior quali
ty from other States, while our
own vastly superior oysters could
be delivered at much cheaper rates
if it were not for the lack of trans
portation. But we trust these days
are about over, and the boundless
resources of Eastern Carolina will
soon be opened up to the com
merce of the world.
in this department was also a
'arge variety oi me uiuerem nous
of game found in North Carolina.
tje biack bear in one end of
the building afforded a large
amount of amusement; he seeming
to de rive a vast amount of pleasure
, IU pid) LI tUHO UrULl (ILL UUIU, L U"
nate shepherd dog who was in the
same cage with him. In the same
building Clarke & Mergan, taxi
dermists, had a fine exhibit Of ani
mals, birds and fish of Eastern
North Carolina, which did great
credit to their skill and attracted
a great deal of attention. Mr.
Dnghi, ot Raleigh, had also a large
collection of domestic and foreign
birds, wtiicu proved a very inter-
. .. r ,,.,.-. .
The exibhit of blooded stock was!01 ine c,liei. timoer oi immense
very line. The show of fine horses and variety, and located with-
would do credit to anv locality, in a "ew hours ride of the principal
o.i v,Q,i TlI,Q;r, Qtfia
exhibited bv Hackbarn - Willet ! which bring in a profit ot thou
was unusuall v fine. 8ands of dollars annually, and nn-
The poultry exhibit was very ! derlaid by enough fertilizing ma-
extensive, ranging lrom a cooplc"ttli lu U11D LUC "Ulu
of gorgeous peacocks and wild
geese to the common paddle duck,
and from the immense prize gob
ler to the diminutive bantam.
In the basement of the main
building, the farm and garden pro
ducts were exhibited, and certainly
no country under tbe sun could
make a grander show, and espec
ially when the grains and vegeta
bles were of the second and third
crop for the year. California
couid not produce finer vegetables,
and the corn was equal to tbe best
produced in the Mississippi val
The two upper floors of the main
uildmg were devoted to the art,
curio, culinary and similar exhibits.
ice most ueauiuui nuu uuutauic
among these, was Miss Alice
llnllVV Hviikrmi.t ri an av w i l.h
showed both skill and artistic
talent. Miss Robert's painting on
silk showed very great proficiency,
while the curio exhibit presided
over by Mrs. C . K. roy, containled
a great many very interesting db -
The wood and timber exhibit in
machinery hall wpoke louder than
words, of the immense value ot
Eastern North Carolina's timbers.
Taken all in all, the fair was one of
tne most interesting and instruc-
! tive I have ever attended, and
-proves conclusively that Kastern
1 it h
in her soil and waters, than any
other portion of the globe of the
Crockett and Bray drove us out to
I luelr lruc larmB
i " - 7""'" " Zl T .
ini city, au juBuecLiuu ui iuch
iPlaMS aVe " g)d lllustratlOQ of
i what enterprise and energy can do,
. , t: . . XT r-,,
making farming in North Caro-
I Una successful and profitable, They
raise three full crops ou the same
wil eive some o tue crops as
. . " . i
rftisad hv them iu rotation, last
raised by them iu rotation, last
average 200 bushels to the acre and
sold at one ami a half dollars per
bushel. The potatoes were loliowed
bv cantaloupes, which sold at one
I nd"d ,and nlty dollars per acre
The land was then harrowed ant
rolled, and orodoced a cron of
I nat1ural 8"88' whlcu J u-lded two
' and. a hdl ' CoIJS Pr acre, which,
, 8elllK rtt fifcee" dxhx. r t0D'
made a oss yield of thirty seven
acd a Dalf dollars per acre, or an
! averaSe for the whole J'
' Per acre
: We intended going out to the
'stock farm of Ilackbarn K: Willet
but were prevented by lack of time.
I learn that they have 200 acres in
potatoes, 200 acres in various other
i have over
grasses etc Thev
200 head of 'blooded
Stock, and from what I COUld learn,
they have one of the finest places
of the kind in North Carolina.
They bought this property three
years ago for $3,000 and its pres
ent value is from 30,000 to 40.
000, The lands in the vicinity of New
Berne are almost entirely devoted
to trucking and bring from ?100 to
t2o0 per acre.
We are indebted to the kindness
of Mr. C. E. Foy, of Green, Foy &
Co., for much valuable information
and many courtesies; in fact. I
Cannot express in too strong terms
the deep sense of obligation I feel
to many ol the prominent business
men of New Berne for their many
acts of kindness and courtesy.
At noon on Sat
the steamer New
ington, Beaufort c
hoped to have got
of tbe coantry oo ,
were sadly disappoi
menoed to storm when vj New
Berne and kept np all the way.
We arrived at Washington at mid
night nv! proceeded to the Hotel
ftierriam. ,V e "OOna everyooay in
bedt but av&j3ed,-af ter a greufr
ft?l rf mtfrtt-. i a mtini rr a t.ir.
headed iittie'darkV who ahow-d
ueaueu lUlieuuiat-y, wiiO acwea
ns to onr rooms and soon had a hot
fire blazing. We. arose late Sun-
uy wuruiug, hiiu alter we got a j Germans at tnis critical time proves
good look out of doors we were i tnat Prince Bismarck will long be re
sorry we had gotten up at all, as membered as the persooification of Ger
thfl nrnsrwer was an vthincr hn' i n i many's growth and prosperity,
tne prospect was anything bu, in- The Nationai Gazette belisves that i
Vlting, tbe first snow of tbe sason Count Herbert Bismarck will remain in
having come on like a thief in tbe office it says that the Pmssian Minis
night, covering the ground with nas not resigned.
mad and slush. Well, we managed
to gee tnrougu aunaay, and on
Monday morning went out sight
seeing. I was very much im
pressed with the beauty and natural
advantages of the town. In tbe
afternoon we were driven out by
Mr. W. B. Rodman, jr., and Mr.
Styron, who showed us all points
of interest. On Tuesday morniutr
we urove BUI to onoCKOWlUir.V.
Where we visited the elegant plan- depot agent, returning again later with
tations Of Major Blount and W. A. a little nephew. On entering hid house
B. Branch. The two plantations : f16 down, hi-va'i. having in it a
eomnriae an area of It; 000 a.-reK ; loaded PIstoL Hls son. a boy of four
comprise an area ot io,uoo acres, , teen Bummer8, ran t0 the vaHtje opened
about 1,000 of which are cleared, it. took out the oistoi. and rn r.n his
ine remainuer oeing coverea wun
a magnificent growth of pine, oak,
Cypress, cedar, holly and various p p U1UU"' . me same ! three card boarji, tenpins, etc. Detac-
othnr kinds of wrnd Pirl nf th i Hme he Polnted th" weapon at hia j tive Tate, who had telegraphed to the
Oiner Sinus Ol WOOtl. I art OI tne mother, when it shot off. the ball etriking j New Berne Chief of Police to detain
Cieareu lana nas Deen under CUltl- j his mother near the breast, and coming ! Oxford, Jwent after him on Monday and
VatlOU for over a hundreu years, ! out near the shoulder. started homeward on Wednesday, ar-
without the nse of fertilizers, and! Trie little nephew or kinsman of i riving at4 o'clock yesterday morning,
now produces from 40 to 50 bushels Chambers was the only witness tho Oxford was taken before Magistrate
of corn and from onp to two hales i tr8gedy- Mr8' Chambers died iu a few Pole, at the City Hall. Detective Mil
ItMn l tl! n.l a lo rimomenU after being abet. -Cor. Char- ler briefly outlined the story of the
Of COttou to the acre. A large. lotte Chronicle- ! charge8 against Oxford, who was corn-
area oi tuis property IS underlaid
hv denosits of the hpsf. marl in
America, and which is lartrelv
mir.irh nhn.nl.ato. Tho -iT-,.ia
UJ AAVU "wu uuvuyutllvOi A U U TT UUU J
are lull of natural grasses and 1
reeds, and furnish as fine winter
feed for Stock as any range in the
world. In fact I never saw fatter
or tenderer meat in my life than
that furnished by cattle taken
direct from this range. Blount's
creek, which intersects thia proper
ty, is 22
feet deep, and sea going
an load at the place With
vessels can load at the pi
the products of forest and field.
We defy any part of the world to
show more natural advantages than
can be lound on this and other
! places along the banks oi the Pam -
j nco river, a. climate unsurpasseu
I ortil a a farHlA oa that- nf t V, t x-allai
i soil as fertilft .as thar, of tho vallev
, , , ,T;, . . , . J
cuies oi tue union, aiso nsneries
of the State, fruitful as a garden.
ilOSt assuredly a kind providence
hoa Kmilnd nn rhia furnrsH laml
on T,fc;n,r;a -ot; k.
LAA V aUVMUSA-a. AkJ I1l4Ul(AAg) U U I CU1
and energy, to make it the garden
of the world.
Alter a pleasant visit we left for
home on Thursday afternoon via
Greensville. While in Washing
ton we were recipients of many
kindnesses which we highly appre
ciated. I have stopped at hotels
all over the world,but certainly was
never treated butter than at Hotel
Merriam by its hospitable landlord
and his accomplished family
' attendance was perfection and the
liwi ,l v i
table the choicest the market af-
forded. In fact, the weary traveler,
wucu no cuicrn luo nuici jiciuaiu
I will find an oasis in the desert ; one
hr ht. n ap nhora a parna nn ho
thrown off, and where with music
and agreeable companionship hap-
! py hoars can be spent, which the
j world-weary traveler can look back
to with pleasure as one of the
1 brightest spots in the checkered
I pathway of life.
Evangelic Fife -He Owrs :5,0)0 and
Intends to Pay Every Dime.
Bill" Fife, now known as the
Drummer F.vangelit, who closed a
successful meeting list
week in Con
cord, is reported by the Times as mak
ing the following att.tement in regard
to his indebtedness. It says: "Mr.
Fife made a statement which we feel
called upon to give to the public of
the State, and we hope everr Dews
paper in Nonh Carolina will copy
it. A day or so before Mr. Fife's
arrival here a druggist in the Eastern
part of the State sent to a friend
here an necounc to be presented to
ched of him for sick child.
Mr. Fife eaid he did not deny owing
the debt, nor did he deny owidh any
number of debts, amounting to about
S3 000. He had been a wicked man. a
gambler, a drunkard, and knew what
it was to sell the clothes off his back
for rum. It was but natural that a man
leading such a life should get deeply in
1 debt. Since his conversion many of his
creditors offered to comr-Mnise. but he
i had refusod uh Mttuirrfnt nj
Daj relU80a 8Uf n lWb'r'lt "
clared he would pay Pv.rv debt he owed
. )art Ue had paid all hia indebtedness
, at Fayetteville, his home, which he
' thought hi tirHt duty. He was, he
said, working for God and not
money, and consequently had been
unable to pay the groater number of
his debta. But be declared that every
cent he received should thus be applied
until every one was paid. LI is defence
of himself was complete and there were
few dry eyes in the audience when he
closed. Fie won the sympathy of every
one. The debt was paid by him in full
on Saturday, and immediately some
citizens, headed by the t;erH'emari who
presented the account, replaced the
mon-y . :'
Track La) in
on the 'A. 0 A F. ('.
Thegradingof the Wilmington, Ooe-
low and E18' Carolina Railroad has
Deen completed trom Wilmington to
, charge of the grading op-rations has
come to Wilmington to take charge of
the track engineering. The distance
between V ilmington and Jacksonville
as graded is exactly fifty miles, and
with the exception of surfacing up in
places, tbe roadway is ready for the
Something over a mile of track has
already been laid at this end of the
line, and on Monday next track-laying
will be carried forward by the aid of
construction train for the first time.
Mr. A. P. Yoop, the engineer who was
sent to Wilmington, Delaware, to bring
a locomotive out for the road, has re
turned with it and it is to be used in
pulling the construction train. It was
j side-tracked yesterday at the Princess
street station of the Wilmington Sea-
coast Railroad and will be fired up this has beeu known to the police and de
morning and run down to the W. O. & tectives for years as a skillful manipu-
E. - . track at its junction with the
Seacoast road. Wilmington Messenger.
Resignation of Prince liisinarek Ac-
Berlin, March 18, 5p. M -It is just
announced mat frince HHmnrk'n
resignation of the Chancellorship was
accepted by the Emperor at noon today.
The attitude of the Emperor opposing
Prince Bismarck in thia matter U taken
as an indication of hia desire to concili
ate the Clerical party. If the govern-
I in the new Reichstag, it cannot well get
ot. -ithaut th ijr o pantry
! r'hifh Dr. Winrlihnr n! C
: Br March 18 -Tto National Ga-
' The gratitude toward tbe restorer of
Germany that ia filling the hearts of
r- . . .... . . . .
A Utile Ihy
News reached here Sunday morning.
on tne early western train, of an accij
dent at Paint Rock, in which Mrs.
Chambers was k illed by her little eon.
The fatal occurrence look place Satur-
day night before the train left Paint
Rock, from which place it isduetO
leave between 10 and 11 o'clock p. m.
Sandv Bottom, whera h w fnrmerlv
- - j .. . , -. v.-i. w
; motner. wno was preparing supper in ;
tne kitchen, saying, "mamma, see what !
A Dozen Men Killed b? a Falllne Wall.
Indianapolis. Ind. . March 18. Dur-,
' ing a fire this afternoon, in the Bowen.
Merrill & Co. book and
: kuied a dczen people and seriously in-
jured a great many more. So far seven
bodies have been taken from the debris Before high license times the sharpers ence. irrince Dumsruj. j.vB.raru.u
and seventeen of the iniured rescued, who worked "tbe shells." "loaded j greeting to M. Jules Simon, head of the
An army of workmen is busily engaged dice," the "skin dice box, " and other j French delegation, and had a long corj
this morning, moving away the debris little tricks at the circuses and county versation with him. He has invited all
to exhume the bodies of the dead and fairs, had made tbeir stopping place at ' of. tbe French delegation to dine with
.uj. ..u mo iu-
ijured number eighteen. The Are origi-
; natefl 'n the basement, from the furn-
ace, but in wnst m-innr is not known.
gioo.ooo More for the
"Washington. March 18 Secretary
. Proctor today authorized the expendi-
eippi river commission, or S100.00U on
J tho aTJdca of f r a M laaiaoinm r irtftw o -i H
the levees of the Mississippi river and
the river it8elf in the Fourth district,
This district extends 431 miles from
Warrenton, Miss., to the head of the
t- ivw, UD omtuinu
in strengthening the levees and in deep
ening the channel between the points
INHERITED BLOOD POIiON.
How many people there are whote
distress from sores, aches, pains and
eruptive tendencies are due to inherited
' blood POin. Bad blood passes from
parent to child, and it therefore is tbe
duty of husband and wife to keep tbeir
blood pure. This is easily accomplished
by a timely use of B. B. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm). Send to Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, for book of most convincing
James Hill, Atlanta, Ga., writes:
"My two sons were afflicted with blood
poison, which doctors said was heredi-
tary. They both broke out in sores and
omnUrma nhu-h R. R R T,mr,n.
trolled and finally cured completely."
Mrs. S. M. Williams, Sandy, Texas,
, writes: "My tbree poor affiicted chil-
, ?ren- wh, inherited blood poison, have
' improved rapidly after a use of B. B. B.
Tt jl . i(1.H
j. r. Wilson, Glen Alpine Station.
ii.u, reu. 10, wn,m. Doneanaoiooi
poison forced me to have my leg ampu-
vamu.auu uu iuo muiij!) laere carat) a
H anrt d'tnra r Aia Jr
0nly weighed 120 pounds when I began
to take B. B. B.. and 12 bottles increased
my weight to 180 pounds and made me
Bound and well. I never knew wh
good hr:'. a was before."
K. N. J F. 8. Duffy, wholes
retail ad: New Berne, N. r
!l v. K O.X FOKI),
THE I.I Us;n; ; VMHI.Elt IT Ol lt
PHIjj ' "
Taken to Philadelphia hy Ii teethe
Tat( His Iter rd.
D;ck Oxford, one of the leaders and
a 'wheel hori.'n-.ati" in gambling cir
cles, is nu.v in the h n j di of the Poila
delphi auil.i,riU(ii and wi:l no doubt
meet hi.- j'jat ranl at the hands of
those who h., , ti in waiting for him
so long. It
reajembt red that
Dick and his ' garm" of fifteen or
twenty others, with their complete and
costly outfit of gaming devices, thought
to run their nefarious practices in our
city during the Fir,h, Oyster and Game
Expaeition, but Mayor A illiams did not
wish to Bee our citizens made victims
by sharpers, or the laws of the country
ve I. ;! .- I. m.- nf midtight '
in the midst of their revelry they were i
, pounced upon and taken into custody
i and dealt with as the law prescribes.
A Philadelphia dett ctive Uarned of,
Dick's capture, and through the proper
process came on after him. i
On his return to Philadelphia, detec
tive Tate, who was in charge ot Oxford,
wrote Major Vv'illirims as follows, in
closing at the same time a clipping from
the Philadelphia Ledger about said Ox
ford , whic'a we also produce:
Department cf Public Safety,
Bukeau of Police,
Philadelphia, March I4th, 1893.
R. P. Williams.
Mayor of New Eerne. N. C.
Dear Sir I arrived safe. There was
nothing transpired on the route, only
at Petersburg two men got on the train
there and shook hands with Oxford and
aeked him where the Mayor was. He
asked them why they wanted to see
him Taey eaid they had got a dispatch
that he was on the train, and ( they
wanted to present him with a bouquet
as he was a dandy.
Give my recpects to Messrs. Clark,
senr. and jr : and I am very thankful
for the way I was treated while in your
Hoping to have the pleasure of visit
ing you at some future time, or meet
ing you here Rf pectfully.
James Tate, Detective.
City Hall, Phila.
.From the Philadelphia Ledger.,
Detective Tate arrived in the city
early yesterday morning from New
Kerne, North Carolina, having in ous
tody Richard Oxford, alias "Dick Ox-
ford," 53 years old, well dressed and
wearinar short sidew hiskers. Oxford
lator of gambling devices at county
fairs, and other gatherings where rus-
: tics congregated. His arrest and re-
turn were in consequence of a complaint
made by General Agent W. J. Latta, of
lhe Pennsylvania railroad, two weeks
He said "he
, CJ .
had been informed that three card
monte sharpers and other gamblers had
been fleecing passengers on the New
York division, the Philadelphia, Wil
mington and Baltimore Division, and
on the main line of the Pennsylvania
railroad, between Philadelphia and
Pittsburg, Washington, New York, Cin
cinnati and Chicago. The gan bought
long-disi.r.Lice tiene'.!; at'd ireDerrf'.ty
operated in parties of turet,. Frank
Scott, of Jersey City, had complained
I ttiat he wa9 victimized out of $50 on a
traln between Jersey City and Phila-
HalnKiu " rjuncT-ol Anonl T.attn DalrAH
Director Stokley to detail Detectives
Miller and Tate to investigate tbe case,
and they were detailed. Tbey obtained
information that ""Dick Oxford" was a
leader of the gang, and, a week ago,
arrested Albert Miley, at Eighth and
Vine streets, as a confederate of Ox
ford, and he was bound over for a hear
ing next Monday.
The annual Fish and Oyster Exhi
bition was held last week in New Berne,
North Carolina. "Crooks"' from all
parts of the country Hocked there, an-
ticipating a harvest. Among others
was "Dick Oxford," with a complete
"lay out"' of his famoui trick games,
"the Bhells, " tbe "dice box, " the "ring
t,na." and several iipw dflvir-aa fnr
: catching the suckers, " as these people !
if i ui men viuuuis.
The New Berne authorities discovered I
that the outside gamblers had set up
their "layouts" in saloons, and made a
raid on them last Monday, capturing 12
men, including Oxford and Henry
Raymond, alias "the Mouse, " another
"good one with the shells." and confis-
Cated the whole
outfit of gambling
wheels of fortune.
mitted under 31,003 bail for a further
! Tminaiinn nn Mnndv Tho nrUnnoi-;
admitted that he was know n under the
; name of "Harris." On the way back
I I v T fir n (trim tlln Tn i iWn fUnt r A a rt
Lake Shore road and the Grand Trun k
road, in Canada. -lately. j
- -v u.. w.
AmoDg them were '
Charley Toohey, "( hr
Dick Oxford. '
a r I tT7
and others who became known to the j OI tne intn Army oorps.nas oeen ap
police. "Dick Oxford," or "English i pointed Chancellor of the Empire, to
Dick." was known in former years to succeed Prince Bismarck,
the detective force as one of the light- : The National Gazette, in an artiole on
finred. Then thov snv h t.nnk nn ' the resignation of Prince Bismarck,
"the glove trick." His DroDerties con-
oiarorl nf a lrl-a L-irl Dlnro roifh a Aon
ring in one ot tne angers. Uick
, nnM Hrinrnflr.h tua atrPt
and politely inform her that she had
dropped her g'.ove. Frequently the
woman accosted, on discovering the
ring, would claim th glove and ring,
and give the finder a S5 bill, supposing
she had got a diamond. "Dick" for
sook this game after a time and began
to frequent the fairs with 'pinch
boards,'' and other traps.
A Wreck Off Haltera
NOKFOLK, Va March IS. The three
masted schooner St. Johns, of Belfast,
Me , from Jacksonville to Baltimore
with a cargo of lumber, ia reported
ashore four miles above tbe lifeeaving
station at Hatteras Inlet. Seven of the
crew were saved, but one, Henry
. Sounders, was drowned. The vessel is
full of water and is a total los.
Progressive Euchre as Cunbliii-.
Marshall, Me.. March IS. Judge
Ryland, in convening tho circuit court
yesterday, charged the grand jury to
pay special attention to gamming, and
"" lu . co,.
ing of progressive eucnre for prizes,
which unioubtedly came under this
head, and to indu-t whore there was
Cl AKD AGAINST THE STRIKE.
And always have a bottle of Acker's Eng
lish Remedy iu the houe. You cannot
tell how soon i roup IUHV strike yoiir' (let
one, or a told - -mr f-
THE JOINER CASE.
Kemarkable Correspondence Between
Cincinnati Preachers and (iorernor
To His Excellency, Daniel G. Fowle,
Governor of North Carolina:
Sir We, the committee appointed
for that purpose by the Cincinnati
Preachers' Meeting of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, an organization com
priaing a membership of nearly one
hundred ministers, respectfully call
your attention to the following, adopt d
by said meeting at a recent session, re
lating to T. M. Joiner, a minister of the
I Methodi8t Episcopal Church, and a
memoer ot tne rxortn Carolina Uon-
f r . vi r-d and wa AanAsillw n.II
' tion to the fact that to thia dav thia man
j is utterly refused redress. If the facta
i De challenged, we are ready to furnish
abundant proof. This extract from a
nana, a A irt rA .U. T3..V. ) It t
! ing, ia by their direction forwarded to
1 your Excellency.
respectfully and obediently
L F. Van Clevk,
E. B. Hill,
Cincinnati, O., March 14.
To which Governor Fowle replied:
State oe North Carolina,
Raleigh. Aiarch 17. 1890.
Sirs: As you seem to be yery simple
and credulous people, striving with
! more zeal than judgment to right what
j you assume to be a great wrong, I will
answer with the same simplicity and
frankness that I do the kind-hearted
j but excitable colored people, when
; their sympathies have been strongly
j aroused. Indeed the ferocity with
' which you enforoe goodness, as you
j understand it, induces me to hope
' that you will heartily repent of the
gross injustice done by your communi
cation to the good people of our much
If Mr. Joiner was treated, as you
charged, then justioe requires that the
people who assaulted him should be
rigorously punished, and the courts in
.North Carolina stand ready to give Mr.
Joiner their assistance whenever he de
mands it. The county in whioh the
outrage is said to have been committed
is a Republican county, its population
largely made up from the Quaker ele
ment, and there is no question that the
perpetrators of the offence would have
been punished if Mr. Joiner had been
able to show that anyone had injured
him. but unfortunately he did not do so.
Now it is a fact well recognized in
this, the most law-abiding State of the
Union, that you can't punish a criminal
until he is discovered. Why, in Penn
sylvania it was illustrated in the case
of Charley Ross' abductors, and al
though the community you represent is
comparatively young and new, yet I
have no doubt that in Cincinnati you
would not see the unreasonableness of
attempting to punish a man for a crime
before he was identified. Your whole
communication is based upon the In
dian's practice of taking revenge when
one of his tribe has suffered upon the
first man he meets, whether he was the
guilty man or not.
I am authorized by the Attorney Gen
eral to Bay that if Mr. Joiner will fur
nish the evidence against', any person,
showing his guilt, that suob person will
be at once arrested, and if a case is
made out against him, tried, convicted
In regard to the negroes in ohurch
meeting in Oberlin who requested Mr.
joiner to depart from their no id?, if yon
..hirk that congregation was composed
of "cringing negroes," who had be&
"intimidated by cowards," you are
evincing a degree of credulity that ia
without parallel, even amongst our
Oberlin is a colored community in a
Republican county. Its iohabitants are
about as respectable and independent
as you will find in any colored commu
nity on earth, and any attempt upon
the part of white rowdies or disorgan
izes to infringe their rights and privi
leges would have been resisted at all
hazards. Judging from your violent
language, there is not a man amongst
you who would resist oppression like
this respectable church of colored men
and women you have the audacity to
denounce as "cringing negroes."
One other consideration: The Method
ist Episcopal Church, South, in North
Carolina is one of the largest and most
influential denominations in our State,
and would never submit quietly to the
courts refusing justice to any one en
titled to it j protection, but it is on
reasdnable for you to require any more
protection for Mr. Joiner than a citizen
of the State could get under like cir
stances. I therefore heartily recommend to
you as a committee to read the 9th
Commandment, and lay it to heart, and
after doing so, communicate your re
flections to your brethren who insti
gated you to address your remarkable
epistle to me.
I have the honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
Dan'l G. Fowle, Gcvernor.
Bismarck's "ote to the Emperor The
Berlin, March 19. Prince Bismarck,
in his note to the Emperor tendering his
resignation, , alleged that old age and
failing health were his reasons for de
siring to withdraw from public life.
triCt thaC wn,le taking lunch yesterday
with the delegates to the Labor Confer-
ohkl-un, aiarcu jo. iu nuira un-
man uazette says uount vonuaprevi,
savB: "It expects that the sentiment
: abroad. Will subside When
the con vie
tion gains ground that
look to the future with full confidence
c-iuperu. uu me umu
: . L TT' I O I
WiliiiiiiSton as a Coaling Station.
The Egypt Coil Company, of Egypt,
Chatham couBty, on the line of the
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley railroad,
has decided to erect three bins on Point
Peter in order to handle their coal in
this city. Tbey will be located near
the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Rail
road's fertilizer warehouse, on North
East river, and work will be com
menced immediately towards their
erection. Tbe railroad company will
also construct side tracks at once in
order to reach the coal company's bins !
with their crs. The bins will be erect-!
ed at tho water's edge in order to facili- '
tate the work of coaling vessels.
Mr. Thomas F. Bagley will be the
coal company 's agent in this city, and i
has already made a number of large
sales. The British steamship Toronto i
which is now in port taking on a cargo !
of cotton, will be coaled here by the
Coal from the Eiypt mines is now
being used by the C r . oc Y V. steam
ferryboat Compton, the steam tugs1
Marie and Laurence and other steam !
craft in our harbor, and it gives entire
satisfaction, as we learn from the mas
ters of the vessels. Wil. Messenger.
Buckles' s Arnica Salv.
Tbb Best Salvb in tbe world for
Outs, Bruises, Sores, Uloers, Salt
Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
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Ky required. It is guaranteed to
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; Prioe 25 oenta per box. For
A. N. Duffv. ian 17
OKTH CAROLINA NEWS.
From the State Papen.
Charlotte is preparing for a grand
celebration on the 20th of May.
Winston Daily: Tbe late cold snap
killed most of the young tobacco plants,
but the farmers are applying at oar
warehouses daily for seed to take a fresh
tart. It is feared that peaches in the
Piedmont section have all been killed,
but the apple crop is thought to be un
injured. Scotland Neck Democrat: The Demo
crat is pleased to find that the mer
chants of this town are having their
yarns largely from the Wilson cotton
mills. This ia right. It is patronizing
home patronage in a substantial way
that will after awhile bring about tbe
long hoped-for era when the South will
manufacture almost everything that it
Charlotte Chroniole: The enrollment
at the white graded school now nam
bers 868 pupils, and that of the colored
graded school 567. The work on the
' Sam Jones tabernacle ia being pushed
' forward rapidly. The building will be
i finished with neatly-dressed benches.
I The floor will be laid with about six
inches of cotton seed bulls, and tbe
building will be lighted with gas.
Raleigh Chronicle: Mr. J. B. Duke,
who has been elected president of tbe
; American Tobacoo Company, draws a
j salary of $50,000 a year. This is per
haps, the largest salary ever paid to
any man connected with the tobacco
trade. Some days ago a drummer
tried to sell whetstones from a quarry
In Ohio to a Raleigh hardware firm.
The bard ware man carried the drummer
up to tbe State Museum and showed
him samples of whetstones from twenty-
five counties in North Carolina all
better than his. For once an Ohio man
had to confess himself beaten. This
sort of educating is what teachers call
the kindergartden method giving ob
ject lessons. A report is in circula
tion that an English syndicate has an
agent traveling through this State
making arrangements to buy up alt the
cotton factories, but judging from care
ful inquiries the "agent" is traveling
to produce a seasation merely.
Moore county is better off financially
than she has been any year since tbe
war. This is due to Democratic rule.
The county now enjoys complete Demo
cratic control and under this manage
ment hopes soon to be free from debt.
Trinity College The Work of the Trus
tees at their Meeting on Thursday.
Tbe board of trustees of Trinity Col
lege met at Durham Thursday, in res
ponse to a call. There were twenty-one
of the thirty-nine trustees present.
They met in the rooms of tbe Y. M. C.
A., and proceeded to business. During
the session of tbe board the following
proposition was made by Durham:
Mr. Washington Duke formally of
fered to give tbe institution eighty-five
thousand dollars in cash; Mr. J. 8. Carr
offered a tract of sixty aores of land ,
known as "Blackwell Park," rained at
twenty thousand dollars, as a site, and
a subscription of nine thousand dollars
was offered by the citizens of Durham
with a prospect of more, all to be given
to the college in case it shall be located
in that town; but this proposition is
made to hold good piovided Raleigb
will release her claims to the institution
under the agreement already made
with the trustees.
Tbe board appointed a committee of
three, the members of whioh are Prof.
J. F. Crowell. Rev. J. A. Cunninggim
and Mr. W. P. KoMUgay, to come to
Bateigh and confer 'with the ouUk
committee hare toasoertala if a release
would be granted. The committee from
the board will be here today, and the
conference will probobly be held.
One of the trustees said last night,
that if Raleigh should grant the release
there would be no doubt whatever as to
the acceptance of Durham's proposition.
It is superfluous to state that while
Raleigh would rejoice at the location of
the college within ber bounds, she
would never think of standing between
the institution and a more favorable
proposition that she has made. So it is
certain that the same moment in whioh
a release shall be asked from Raleigb.
she will willingly, yet regretfully grant
it. Raleigh Chronicle.
Our people have discontinued railroad
Miss Ida Harget. of Trenton, is spend
ing a few days with Miss Lillian Fosoue.
Chadwick &. Co. have established a
drug business at the stand formerly
occupied by Burrus & Koonce.
The Cleopatra, now owned by Mr.
Ed. Andrews, of Trenton, has resumed
her regular trips on the Trent.
Miss Nettie Kilpatrick, one of Center
ville's accomplished daughters, is visit
ing her sister. Miss Jennie, of this
The recent snows have so changed
the physiognomy of some of our truck
ers that tbey can scarcely be recognized
by tbeir most intimate friends.
Mercantile busineas is not dead yet
in our little city. Every merchant gets
a few nibbles each day in tbe week,
and on Saturday catches the "big fish."
Polloksville High 8chool has received
four new pupils this week: Miss Minnie
Lanier, of Duplin; Miss Ida White, of
Jones; Miss Katie Russell and Mr. W.
A. Eubanks. of Onslow. The latter is
reading medicine under Dr. E. L. Cox,
of this village.
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It is surprising that people will ubo a
common ordinary pill when they can f -cure
a valn&ble English one for the same
money. Dr. Acker's English pills are a
positive cure for sick-headache and all liver
troubles. They are small, sweet, easily
taken and do not gripe. So'd by R. Berry,
New Berne, N. C.
An engagment Is a very frsgile
thing. It cannot be dropped with
out breaking it.
It is that Impurity In the blood, which, ac
cumulating in the glands of the neck, pro
duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which
causes painful running sores on the arms,
legs, or feet; which developes ulcers in the
eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or
deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, can
cerous growths, or the many other manifesta
tions usually ascribed to "humors," which,
fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
and death. Being the most ancient, it is the
most general of all diseases or affections, for
very few persons are entirely free from It.
By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by
the remarkable cures It has accomplished,
often when other medicines have failed, has
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old till she became six years of age. Lumps
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her Hood's Sarsaparilla, when the lump and
all indications of scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy
child." J. S. Caklilk, Nauright, N. J.
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Price, Single Bottle (over SO duaesi, - .00
Sold by Drngglata; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and in any qnantity on Receipt oi Price.
Humphreys' Med. Co., 109 Fulton St., H. Y.
AtUHLfcUrAl OMi JW Tt
m specific No. aa
In nu 5 vMn. Th only Bnooeuf ol remedy for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
snd Proetration, from over-work or other eauaes.
1 per vial, or 6 vlala and large ial powder, for j.
6oiJBT DBUOOISTa, oraent pontpaid on reonipt ol
priesT-Uaiasarua' BeOlcliie t., iO Valtea SW, . I.
AlU'of our Veterinary Pieparations
can be had of J. V.Jordan. Druirgist,
N. W. cor. Broad and Middle streets,
jjewbt rn. N. C.
Buffering from the effect! of youthful errors, eailr
decay, wasting woakneea. loat manhood, etc.. I will
end a. valuable txeatUe ( aealed) containing full
particular for home cure. F REE of charge. A
aplendld medical work : ahould be read by every
man who ia nervoue and debilitated. Addrosa.
Prof. F. C FOWXEB, Sfoodus, Conn.
FOR r.lEN ONLY!
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TTT) X Weaknaaa of Body and Kind: Effeeta
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