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USTDEFETDEISTT IN" ALL THINGS.
' y6L.XIH. NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. gf A LU'lTTo. 1890. So7J7
HCilDO WITH THE BOOH.
W gav BO ptie, Vt b-Oaght
Gao i'TT -everts mil i loaded
We kar ervthinr waush
' fivuU mmr prioe
To t)owloW. and very many instances lower
' . than Sew York Figures.
W promt reliable good, honorable
gtanaUo agaiut it American World.
- :TMtlIStKB is
- for Il kisfl of Qvwtf -e Ui bU iteuii du v noiesaie.
. .Timt65 largest, most
: coiaplefe:l !ai comprehensive Stdck of Dry
GcpdSgl.Qn'Qe in this State.
"rial 0MAB3i'j J to wloce prioei, and sells only the
aait rtIu 4b2 &Wt fgoo&
TVat 0,3IttES iaViU Ibe elosest erut'my and comparison of prices
'-"slriIakV'iii'tll'o f otlter bet
Tka4 0iiAE3T will meet any cot
prTiied tie etCfW 3a ia good faith
: ad that he de jopetioa . '
v Hero-; are; a: few of the many Knock Down
rilrmealf ..iet coinpetitors howl and declare
it catffeV'dwie;' l)iit remember it is money
50,000 jtd iearf yard wideDomeetic
- 4,000 Cieeklftok(P.K.)
60,000 - Oni'Sanu; fine idreta style, only
. ' 5,000; .'jXBej Drew Good, oaly
2,000 , LUea Cr Toweliagt, only
,000i v - -
,CCQ.i I Liwt, only. . .-.
; BlUWt.V -
' 3,CQ& J5m LfV Wkita Necktie, embroidered ends.
iAdies Bkttoa Kid Shoe, ,
And a oiwad;iaiid,one other things space
T?iUtt6ali6w t4ti-, xnention.
I will offer special inducements. My stock is
much larger than ever before, and all bought
for; spot cash and I give the Trade the
benefit of my discounts. Therefore I can sell
you Goods as cheap as Northern markets.
rrYon will save money
J' . ... -t ..
And! give him a Trial.
Fin:i f STOCir aiid roadsters.
I bars? os hand ar fla Horse Males and Ponies, imported from
Norta m4 West ji STervbroOgh U Korth Carolina. New stock
constintlj ArririJV CK- andUtxsjniae.
OVtrigtU a Superb Srock of Spring Dry
down with the
demands for the uoa
and we will
dealings, and our prices we will
the most reliable, as
House in the city,
who imiute hid method and try to
prioei madd by any reputable house,
and not as a bait to obtain business,
. . . 5c. per yard
.. . 5c.
. . . aO.
. . . 55. "
. . . 5c. "
... 5c. "
... 5c. "
... . Sc.
. . . 5o. per pair
. . .10c.
. . . . 5c.
. . . .75c.
and time by calling on
The Republican Tariff Bill is
completed. Tho minority ia allowed
ten days to offer amendments.
A seeious explosion in a mine
near Birmingham, Ala., on last
Monday killed four and wonnded
The New York World proposes
the patrol of the Atlantic by na-
! tions. The idea was born of
j City of Paris
The heaviest gun in the world
hasjmt been finished by Krnpp
for the Prussian Government. It
weighs 130 tons, if 40 feet long and
is ti feet diameter in the widest
part. It will have a range of 11
It is claimed that wall paper
can be made in such a way that the
passage of low tension electric car-
) rents will heat it moderately warm
' to the touch and diffuse throughout
! the mum an agreeabla tempera
tare. A special to the Star, dated
Greenville, March' 31, sajs: "The
first passenger train crossed Tar
river bridge to Greeuville this
evening. At every street crossing
on the line of the road were throngs
of people who sainted the train
with shouts and waving of hand
kerchiefs." Wyoming Is to come into the
Union under the explicit under
standing that it will be a Republi
can State. Viewing the curious
and improper Constitution pro
posed for this latest addition to the
American galaxy, one is forced to
conclnde that in the eyes of the
radical majority in Congress poli
tics, like charity, covers a multi
tude of sins. Chicago Times.
Solomon was wise beyood his
times. It is not in reason to sup
pose that he bad the modern news
paper in his mind when he wrote
"There is that scattereth and yet
increasetb; and there is that with
holdeth more than is meet, bat it
tendeth to povertj:" bat the say
ing applies to newspaper advertis
ing just as surely as if it had been
written in these latter days ot the
nineteenth century. Durham
Soxe fool or knave told the
Greensboro Patriot tnat the Farm
ers' Alliance would support Brower
for Congress in the Fifth District.
Gentlement don't insult and don't
distrust the honest and worthy
members of the Alliance. They are
true men and will do right. Such
false statements will do harm. The
Patriot very properly says that it
doesrf't believe the report. Believe j
It ! It is a canard of the enemy
and no sane man would put cred
ence in it. Raleigh Chronicle.
One of the severest commentaries
on the Harrison administration ia
the appointment of the colored
woman, S. Drake, postmaster at
Rocky Mount, to succeed another
colored person who had been re
moved for malfeasance in office.
An honest government appoints to
office the person best suited to fill
it. Hence we have in this appoint
ment one evidence of the dishonesty
of the Administration and an ad
mission that there is no intelligence
in its party in the Rocky Mount
The acquittal of Boyle in
Raleigh, was a surprise to a good
many people, for while the opinion
was largely entertained that a ver
dict different from that rendered at
the first trial would be reached,
but few thought that he would get
off scott free. These expected that
he would go to the penitentiary, to
which place it was thought that be
was eminently suited. The trials,
his demeanor in jail, and his previ
ous history as far as known show
him to be utterly depraved and a
man unlit to be at large. Wil
To admit Wyoming, while deny
ing Statehood to New Mexico,
would cap the climax of Republican
partisanship in Federal Govern
ment. New Mexicans at the last
election cast '30,000 male votes,
; while Wyomiog polled only 0,200,'
I and the heaviest vote ever deposi-
ted in that home of female suffrage
was 18,000. The Wyoming election
' on the State issue was confessedly
illegally held. But that makes no
difference. The Administration
party wants two more Republicans
! in the Senate, and does not want
' more Democrats. Hence the pre
ference for Wyoming over New
Mexico. X. Y. Star.
Memphis, March 31. It now
seems that all the lowlands below
Helena will be overflowed within
the next two weeks. A break in
the levee of about 50 feet occurred
about midnight at Austin. Miss..
and at 7 o'clock this morning it bad
widened to 300 feet. There is no
possible way to close the gap, and
as the levee is on a sandy founda
tion for a mile from that point, the
break may increase to an unlimited
j extent. All the plantations in the
1 vicinity of the break are being
rapidly submerged, and tenants
are leaving without saving any of
: their effects. Rain has been falling
t in torrents all night.
Congress has been trimming the
sails of the Republican ship to
catch every breeze , bu t the work
has been so bunglingly done that
there is danger of the craft's cap
sizing. Finding that the war tariff
was about to sink her, they formu
lated a schedule by which the
revenue will be diminished, but
they have lightened the ship on but
one side, and she careens to the
starboard and dips her stern to j
the water-line. She may go down
to the deep depths of ocean, at any
moment. If she keeps afloat she
will be regarded as a pirate, with
a flag for any port, bat booty only
for; her crew.
A party trained iu the school of
monopoly cannot work in the in
erests of the people. The spirit of
monopoly is aggressive, and where
it halts it is only to recruit its forces
and strengthen its position
The animus of the
party ia shown by the action of
the Ways and Means Committee
in putting jate on the free list, and
donbling the duty on baggirjg so
as to prevent Americiu consumers
from deriving any benefit from the
change. "Thus the greedy de-j
mands of the Cotton BdggiDg
Trust are to be gratified at the
expense of the people."
The South is told that the
McKinley bill puts adatv on sugar
and tobacco, and should be ac
cepted as favorable to Southern
agriculture; but an inspection of
the bill will show that the change
is in the interest of capital and not
that of production. It is the manu
factureraud refiners, who generally
reside in the Nprth, and not the
producers and consumers, who for
the most part live in the South,
who are to be benefited.
There is a pretense of favoring
the farmer in the bill, bnt the
measures of pretended relief are
sectional and partisan. The duty
on wneat, oats, corn ana meat,
principally products of the Repub
lican West is increased, while the
duty on rice a Btaple production
of the Democratic Sontb, is di
It seems impossible tor the Re
publican party to rise to a true
conception of the duty of the
Government to the great mass ot
the people. In articles of prime
necessity, in which every man,
woman and child in the whole
country is interested, the tax is
increased rather than diminished.
In the cotton goods schedule there
is an increase of three cents per
pound on thread, yarns, and wraps,
and in cotton cloths an increase of
from a quarter to three quarters of
a cent per yard. Considerable in
crease is also made in the wool and
and woolen cloths tschedule.
In the metal schedule a reduction
of about four dollars per ton is
made in steel rails, but there is no
reduction in axes, hoes, trace
chains, or other agricultural imple
The whole bill is sectional and
monopolistic, and we warn the
farmers of the country not to be
entrapped by the flimsy pretense
that the bill is ia favor of agncul
Jast now there is a great howl
over the demoralization of Tamma
ny. Well, some very ugly things
have been unearthed, and Tamma
ny officials are being drawn over
the coals as if "frying the fat out
of them" could make atonement
for their sins and bring relief to
What is the attitude of Tammany
itself in this matter! Will Tam
manv endorse the offenders, or will
she "turn the rascals out"'
We can onlyjudge by her past.
Whatever else may be said 01
Tammany she is the boldest of po
litical societies. She may deliberate
long, but when she acts it is with
Recent occurrences have depnvea
-aaanf InarWa rf Tammfinv
Hall of public confidence and filled
the Demowratio party with dis
gust. These leaders will fall. They
have already fallen. Croker is a
voluntary exile and "Mayor Grant,
after threatening to drive people
out of town, is doing the most of
the running." The Pfew lort tar
'All this does not impair Tam
many as a 'Democratic organiza
tion. The voters of that faction
would reform it at once if they
could; they will help to do it at the
next election if the present
remain in charge."
To change the Democracy of1
-wwvrlr with fVahnnnatv wnnld
XlTI A. av rra.ua . w v - w
be an outrage. As well assail
the honesty of Louisiana because
of the default of Burke, or the
purity of Christianity because of
the apostasy of Boyle. (
During Mr. Cleveland's Admin-1
istration it was not discoverrd that
an Assistant Secretary of War was 1
needed. In fact it was not discov
ered that the office was in exis-,
tence. The Republicans quickly
discovered the office, the necessity
of filling it and raising the salary j
from $3,500 to $4,500. Uncle Sam's
army is not very big, but it takes a
great many officials to properly
look after it. Houston Post. '
In default of payment on or before Monday, May 5th, 1890, I
shalLv sell the following Real Estate to satisfy the unpaid taxes due
for the: year 1889. W. B. LANE, Sheriff.
No. 1 Township.
Atkinson. J B, 100 acres. Piney Neck
Andtraon, E!ias H, 162 acres, Neue River....
do do oi acres. Poplar Branch
Allen & Co, Qeo, 300 acrea. Bear Hole
Blount, Edward. 43 acres. Folly's Landing . .
Bryan. Eugene, 4 acres. Palmetto
Brown, Washington, 28 Acres. Piney Neck
Cox, Elias, 146 acres, Griudle Urtek
Cleve, Ricb'd C, 203 acres. Piney Neck
Cleve, Lucy, acres. Dower Land
Chapman, Julia, Heirs. 156 acreB, Hill's Neck
Campbell, Harvey, 71 seres, Piney Neck
DixoD. Jas L. 3 acres. Vanceboro
i Dail, Elbert, 1000 acres. Pa metto
Lail, ,lUBri m. j uureo,
Dinkins, B F. 7C4 acres, Vanceboro
Edwards, Elizabeth, 10 acres, Piney Neck
Forms, Sarah, 109 acres. Creeping 8 warn p
Formes, Chas, 50 acres, Bull Pocoein
FormeB. John, 50 acres. Bull Pocotia
Garris, Sam'l, Agent. 50 acres, Piney Neck
Gatlin, Jacob, 200 acres. Hill's Neck
Griffin, Penelope. 250 acrea, Mt. Pleasant
Garris, Henry, 300 acres, Peram's Land
Gwaltney, I b" B. 156 acres. Gardner's Bridge. ..
i Gitlin, Gardner, 50 acres. Dorp Neck
I Healh, P A, 20 acres, Cow Pen :
Hoell, Wm, 180 acres. Mauls Swamp
Hoell, J T W, 96 acres, Mauls Swamp
Jones, Redding, Heirs. 220 acres, Street
Johnson, Frank, 3 acres, Bay BuBh 4 51
Kirkman, Emelia. 150 acres, MapleJCy press 9 C5
King, Frank M, 146 acres. Grindle Creek 11 47
Kinnon, Richard, Heirs, 150 acres. Waterway Branch,
Lancaster, Rachel, 2 acres, Miuls Swamp
Loftin, H C, 9i acres. Maple Cypress
McRsy, Mary. 217 acres, MauIs Swamp
Powers, Sam'l, 50 acres. Mauls Ran
Purser, I A and N A, 100 acres. Vanceboro
Sammone, W R, 50 acres, Piney Neck
Smith, Redding W. 80 acres, Willis Neck
Smith, Henry, 20 acres, Piney Neck
Sti ly, Elizabeth, 600 acres. Hill's Neck
Tripp. Jas H. 28 acres. PiDey Neck
Von Eberstein, F H. 180 acres. Vanceboro,
Waters. Judith, 10 acres, Pioey Nck
Wiyoe, Fanny, 75 acreB, A J T Wayne
Willm, Andrew P, 100 acres. Willis Neck
Willis. Bryan J, 60 acres, Willis Neck
Wiggins, Thompson, C4 acres. Poplar Branch ...
Wigains, Jos Jr, 76 acres, Piney Neck
Williams, Elizabeth, 150 acres. Palmetto
Whitford, A J. 800 acres. Hill's Neck
Willis, Sarah, 50 acres, Mt. Pleasant
r-'o 2 Township.
Gaekius, Bryce, 200 acres, Turkey Neck
Pettipher, W D. 300 aoreB, Juniper
Purify. Arrington, 675 acres, Hall Swamp
Roe, W M, 400 acres, B C
Roe, Mary, 50 acres, Morgan Swamp
Taton, C E. 160 acres, Guinea
West, Aaron C, 148 acres, M and B Creek
No. 8 Township.
Beaaley, Lafayette, 100 acres, Mulberry Island...
Bee ton, Mary, 70 acres. Mosely Creek
fecton, Anthony, 6 acres. Mosely Creek
Biddle. Alonzo. Heirs. 100 acres.
Bryan. Nathan. 90 acres. Dover Pocosin
do do 16 acres, Tracy Swamp
Black. Ja9, 25 acrea. Mosely Creek
Carroll, A B, 75 acres. Core Creek
do do 50 acres, Sand Hill
Clarke, W E. 200 acreB, Dover
Eubank, D. W, 2 acres, Cove
do do 22 acres, Core Creek
Humphry, L B, 1 acre, Dover Station
Hill, E H, Heirs. 600 aoree, Mosely Creek
Kornegay, J E, 7 acres. Dover Station
Mumford, Caroline, 33 acres, Barnwell
Rbem. Primus, 13 acres, Mosely Creek
Rue, N F. 9 acres. Mosely Creek
Russell. L K, Heirs, 100 acres, Flat Swamp
Rouse. Jas B. 203 acres. Cart Bridge
Rouse, Y B, 250 acres, Mosely Creek
West, S B, 14 acres, Mosely Creek
Wallace, Frank, 37 acres, Mosely Creek ....
West, Geo W, 140 acres. Cypress Creek ....
White. Willie, 9 acres, Mosolv Creek
Wilson, Wm, 32 acres, Gum Pocosin...
Wooten.B H. 40 acres. Half Moon
Wooten, J C, 1095 acres, Turkey Trap
No. 5 Township.
Eorden, B F, 1000 acres, Hancock's Creek ...
Bee ton, Dan'l M, 10 acres. Clubfoot Creek ...
Bryan, W A, 25 acres. Little John
Bryan, E T, 25 aores. Little John
Blaogo, Jas 100 aores. Clubfoot Creek ...... ...
BUngo, Sam"1!. 100 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Blango, Wm, 100 acres, Clubfoot Creek
Carter, Elijah, 25 acres, Grindle Creek ... .
Carter, Isam S, 28 acres, Mitchell's Creek ...
Carter, Josephus, 7 acres, Clubfoot Creek ...
Carter, Lew is H, 50 acres. Clubfoot Creek ...
Carter, Martin, 30 acres. Cherry Point
Carter, Rufus L, 37 acres. Clubfoot Creek....
Chad wick, Wm C, 50 acres, Hancock Creek .
Dove, Wm, 156 acree, Cahookey
Fisher, Jas, 75 acres, Adams Creek Road
Fisher. John F, 8 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Godette, John C, 25 acres, Adams Creek Road 4
George, John H, 90 acres, Mitchells Creek 5
Jackson, Richard, 90 acres, Adams Creek 4
Jackcoa, Wm, 50 acres. Long Creek 5
Morton, Becj, 50 acres. Clubfoot Creek 2
Morris. Eller, 57 acres. Clubfoot Creek 2
Martin, Jacob, 34 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Mitchell. Jessie, 6 acres, Mitchells reek.
Martin, Rigdon. 34 acres. Clubfoot Creek
Martin, Sam'l. 82 acres, Clubfoot Creek .
Nolan, John, jr. 15 acree, Main Road
Pate. Jackson, 100 acres. Kings Creek ....
Richards Benj. 72 acres, Cahookey
Williams. Wm, 95 acres, Adams Creek
No. 6 Township.
Andrews, Tracy, 50 acres, Sandy Run
Bryan, John, acres, Lake Ellis
Brinkley, Jo. acres, Hancocks Creek
Berry, Geo, 37i acres, Slocumbs Creek
Chance, John, 50 acres, Slocumbs Creek
Cannady, Moses, 33 acree, Eist Creek
Cooper, Doctor, 18 acres, Lake Road
Coleman. Henrv, 2j acres, cryce reeK
j mn, Edward, 125 acres, Rait Road
i Ives, Wm H, 85 acres, Croatan
Jackson, Noab, 1750 acres, McGlin Tract
Marshall. Geo F, 400 acres, Slocumbs Creek 5
Moore, Mrs Collins, 75 acres, Colman
Moore, C J. 40 acres, Colman Creek
Marshall, F P, 240 acres. County Road 7
Nelson, Jos, 500 aores, Slocumbs Creek
do do 1 2 acre, Lake Road ) 8
Smith, Jacob, 100 acres, Sandy Run 7
Smith, Noah, 70 acres, Rail Road 4
Taylor, D L, 22 acres, Slocumbs Creek 4
William?. Jos, 10 acres, Rail Road 5
Wynn, W Y, 100 acres, Hancocks Creek 6
Wynn, C J, 10 acres, Hancocks Creek 7
WynD, W Y, Agt W K Pate, minor, 900 acres, Han
cock Creek 17
No. 7 Townseip,-
Brooks, Sam'l, 10 acree, Wade Land
Fisher, Abram D, 3 4 acre, Riverdale Station. .
Fisher, John S, 1 4 aore, Riverdale Station
Gray, S H, Mnfg Co, 5 acres. Gray wood
! Ha6ket, Summerfield, 200 acres, Johnson
Hines, J J, 1-4 acre, Riverdale
Mallett, C E, 279 acres, Riverdale
! Mallett, Peter, 80 acres, Riverdale
Millard, Waehington, 12 acres, Neuse Road
Moye, GirrettG, 148 acree. Neuse River and RR ...
Tippett. Elizabeth, 240 acres, Mill Branch
Thorn. J P. Wm Cohen, Exr, 292 acres. Thorp Land .
Waters, Reuben, 11 1 2 acres, Railroad
NEW BOODS !
The Line of Goods in our Stock are
unsurpassed in beauty and design,
quality and finish.
Watches, Diamond Jewelry, Sterling
Silverware, China Bracelets, Bangle
Bracelets, Flexible Silver Purses, Hair
Ornaments, Book Marks, Rins, Chains,
Lace Pins, Serf Pins, Charms, etc.
"Bell The Jeweler."
tax and c.st.
S 8 78
)' 16 S3
Adamsi M H. 1
Allec Geo & ('o, 5 acres on Pembrooke Road '
do do 820 acree, Batchelors Creek
Arthur, Martin, 1 lot Scott Land
Alexander, Miugo, 15 12 acres on Neuae Road. .
BryaD, Owen, 1 lot on Jacksmith
Bryan, Frank, 1 lot in Pavie Town
Blackledge, Sim, 1 lot in Pavie Town ..........
do do 1 lot on Berne street
Burney. Luke, 1 lot on Metoalf street "
tsater, AKred, 1 lot
Benders, B B, 1 lot
Bishop, Tony, 1 lot
Cuas H, 1 lot
do 1 let
James, 1 lot
Sam '1 T, 1
oenaera, Harriet, l lot on Metcalf street
Blackled?e, R B, 740 acres on Trent road. .............
Bryna, Deaisy, 95 acres on Neusn road . . .
Clark, C C jr, 1 lot on Craven street
Chapman, M W, 1 lot on Pine and Berne eta ..... . . . . .
Carmack. Henry, 18 acres on Bachelor Creek
Cannady, Betsey, 1 lot in Pavie Town
Crawford, V A, for MileB Richardson, 1 lot on George
street and 1 lot on Metcalf street
Crawford, V A, for Rosa Fisher, 1 lot on Queen street
Capehart, Charlotte, 1 lot on Oak st
Dixon, Christopher, 1 lot on Forbnn shoe
s f erry
Dixon, R chard, 212
do do 220
do do 80
i . mr .
cvenagr, joe, l lot
renaerson. jonn, 1
Gaekins Wm, 1 lot
Gatlin, Penie, 5 acres
Green, W H N, Admr, 86 acres on Trent road
Gaskins, M C, 25 acres on Pembrooke road
Gardner, Mrs Sarah F, 2 lots on Pollock st
Guthrie. Mrs 8uaaD, 1 lot on Craven st
Hearn, R B, 1 lot on Fleet st .
Henderson, Lott, 1 lot on Richardsona alley
Hancock, L V, 1 lot on Graves and KinR sts
Hines, Wright, for wife and sister, 1 lot 00 Berne at. . .
Harrison, Rosanna 1 lot, Pavie Town
Hatch, J R, 1 lot. Queen st
Hayes, David, 1 lot. Crooked st
aocock, Robert. 2 lots, Graves and King sts
Hill, Sam'l, 1 lot. Pavie Town
Hargett, J M, 320 acres, Trent Road
Hymsn, A, 1 lot, Pasteur st )
do do B'agg's alley f
Holton, A H, estate of, 1 lot. Craven and Broad sit
HaTris, Israel, sr, 1 lot, Bragg's alley
J J Powers, 1 lot, George st
Hawkins, John H. 1C0 acres on Neuse road
Ives, Henry, 29 acrea, Neuse road
6 82 ;
4 38 i
Ipock, B H, 1 lot. Cypress st 6
Johnson, Joe, 1 lot, Pavie Town 8
) 4 07
) 8 32
) 8 69
Johnson, Simon H,
Johnson, John S, 1 lot. Eden at
Justice. B T, esta e, 120 acres, Neuse road
Jones, Henry, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Johnson. H S, 1 lot, Griffith Bt
Joyner. Henry, 1 lot. Cuthbert avenue
Jones, Samuel, for Pleasant Riley, 1 lot, Forbes alley
Jones, Samuel, 1 lot, Forbes alley
Joyner, Margaret. 1 lot. Jerkins land
Kconce. James, 180 acres at Rocky Run
Lewis, Henry S, 1 lot on Good st
Latham, Bristoe. 1 lot on Pine st
L;ary, Simon. 150 acres on Bachelor creek
Lae & Co, A, 3 acres, Jacksmith
Manly, George. 1 lot. New South Front st
Merritt, Ttobs. 60 Bores, Rocky Run
Mayo, John, 1 lot, Cedar st
Murphy, Hannah, 1 lot. Crooked at
Moore, Wm, 1 lot, Jacksmith
Mcllwain, Isaiah, 15 acres. New road
Mcllwain, Redding, 1 lot. Broad st )
do do do Elm st
do do do Scott alley )
Moore, Nancy, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Moore, Jacob, 1 lot, Kilmarnock at
Mosely, D G, 1 lot. Queen st
McLacklan, Alex, for wife. 1 lot. Pollock at
do do do 2 lota. Pollock & Berne ate )
Moulton, Mrs Mary D, 1 lot, E Front and Change sts...
Newbern Gas Light Company, gas works
Nelson, Joseph, 20i acres, Trent road
Pearson, Hannah, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Phillips, Lucinda, 70 aores, Bachelor creek
Patterson, J A, for E J Patterson, lot, Johnston at....
do do for Bessie D Flanner, 1 lot, do
Patterson, M & J A, 1 lot, Hotel Albert
Palmer, C E, 92 acres, Trent road
Randolph, Flora A, 1 lot. Queen st
Riggs, Nuncy. 125 acres. Bachelor creek.
Roan, John, 1 lot, Qaeen st ,
Roan, Lizziet, & Sarah Rhem, 1 lot. Broad at
Rubs, W N, 1 lot,
btanly. L K, estate,
Skinner. Francis, 1 lot, Pavie Town
Tucker, L A, 1 lot, Berne st
Tooker, H H, 1 lot, East Front st
Thomas, John H, 1 lot, Metcalf st
Whitford, Julia. 1 lot. Good Bt
Watkins, J L, 1 lot. Queen st
Warren, John, jr, 2 lots, New South Front at
Wadaworth, Dennis, 1 lot, Pollook and Queen sts..
Winis, Caessr, 1 lot, Courtst
No. 9 Township.
Avery, A W, 300 acres on Neuse road
Davis, W C, 12 acres. Horse branch
Davis. George. 250 acres. Bachelor creek
French, L H, 28 acree. Plank landing
French. L J, 20 acres. Plank landing
Ferrand. J B. 100 acres, Neuse road
Green, J C, 250 acres. Clear Spring
Green. George, jr, 750 acres. 8tony Branch
5 00 '
If Is the Dying Truth!
BIG IKE has bought
the entire stock of W.
at 40c. on
TAX AND COST.
No. 8 Township.
lot in Pavie Town . .
on Cedar street
1 lot on Gardner's alley
on Crooked street
on George street
on Pollock atreet V
on Qaeen and Berne street . . )
on New South Frnnt .tnut
lot on Pollock ntrt
do 1 lot on Crooked street j
Asa, I lot on New South Front street . . . . . . .
John B, 1 lot on Middle street
Virgil S, 1 lot on Eden street ..................
Bichard, 76 acres on Bachelor r.rny
acres. Deep Gully . . .
acrea on Nense road
acres do do
xaioD, margarec, i jot on ueorge st 7 89
Ed wards, S A, 1 lot on Rountree st 5 23
Ed wards, Julia K, 1 lot on Edenst 2 22
in .favie Town 5 04
cowards, otepnen. iv acres on rembrook road 8 00
Foy, L L, 1 lot on Jerkins alley . . 3 go
lot on Jerkins alley 4 68
on Sarins st ta
on Trent road
1 lot, Berae at
- 60 38
. 6 14
. 4 96
. 4 54
. 9 93
. 19 54
. 7 85
. 6 55
.. 5 20
. 8 87
1 lot, Forbes alley 6
500 acres. Bachelor creek
1 lot, Jerkins land j
do Pollock and Craven sta -
do Middle st )
do Goodst J 149 62
Smith. Wm and Laura, heirs, 1 lot. Pine at., 4 96
Simmons. Abram, 1 lot, Jones and Pollook sta 8 85
Shute, M M, 73 acree. Deep Gully 9 24
Sanders. Mrs E E. 1 lot. Broad st 14 01
Staton, Martha, 1 lot, Pavie Town 2 63
Sutton, Henry, 33 acres, Deep Gully 2 22
Sheperd. John W, 1 lot, Pavie Town 4 93
Smith, W B. 1 lot, Queen st 5 38
81ade, Andre 1 lot. Tin Cup alley. 5 80
Stanly, Edwird, 1 lot, Jacksmith.; 5 38
Stanly, J P, for wife, 1 lot, Pavie Town 2 85
Hill, G W, 20 acres, Terkey Quarter 5 14
Hill, G F, 250 acres. Neuse road 10 70
Ivey, T J, 98 acres, Neuse road 9 30
Lassiter, Chas, 88 acres, Bachelor creek 3 80
May, E F, 150 acres, Jasper 16 21
May, E F, agent, for Mrs L White, 50 acres, Jasper 3 18
Mitchell, W M, H acres. Miry branch 2 28
Moore, C E, agent for Martin Jones, 69 acres, railroad, 8 51
Merritt. Cicero. 165 acres, Beaver Dam 7 41
Mosely W H. 70 acres, Turkey Quarter 7 99
Rivers, James, agt for Emeline Rivers, 40 acrea, Jasper, 2 99
Sugg, John, 80 acres. Great branch 4 63
Wetherington, L T. 48 acres. Bachelor creek 5 03
Wetherington, O H P, agent for Mrs N C Smith. 700
acres. Bachelor creek 10 22
WiLiamB. M J, 75 acres, Tuscarora 4 03
J. A. BRYAN, Pm. t, H. CUTLER, Yiee Pre
G. H. ROBERTS, Cashier.
THE NATIONAL BANK
OF NEW BEBNE, N. C.
Capital, - - $100,000
Surplus Profits, - 86.700
Jas. A. Beyan,
L. H. Cutlb,
Chas. 8. Bbtan,
F. M. Simmons,
Eli. on Journal: We ar gUd
see jour townsman. Hon. F. M Sun
Bins, bo prominently huoUcn of for
Congress I hope thwie will Le no fOLl
; play in that; an 1 that the Governor
, will be more charitable than to arcuno
him with manipulations in thin in
stance. The lime will soon be at hand
when the Democrats of the 9th Sena
torial district, comprising the counties
I of Onslow, Jones and Carteret, will be
called upon to nominate a candidate.
1 The people of Carteret aek the nomina
tion of a candidate to whom they would
give their most cordial support, and
whose character, publio and private, is
without stain. A man of recognized
j ability, by energy and close application
to business be has risen to such positions l
in life in different vocations that few
men of his age ever reach in these now
isolated parts of North Carolina. His
knowledge and Buccess as a farmer all
who know him must concede. Sober,
icduatrious, and equalized iu all hit?
faculties, and devoted to duty, he has
never yet held a position the dutijs of
which he did not perform with ability, i
He has been chairman of the boarJ of i
county commissioners of Onslow, and i
chairman of the Democratic county j
committee, and his management in I
these instances has been successful. :
Now aa a body politic in convention
assembled, we think it nothinar more i
than right that the entire district should
have a voice in naming the man. We
refer to E. W. Ward, of Onslow county,
as the man on whom Carteret cm
centre. Wild Goose
Sanders' Store, March 28, 169).
Worse, Worst The Postmaster-
ship at Kockj Mount.
Rocky Mount, N. C , March 31 Syl
via Drake, the colored podtmaoier who
baa just been appointed to succeed
weess Armstrong, the coltred embez
zler at this place, is to have two other
colored persons as her assistants. One
will.be her daughter, the other her son.
8ylvia's appointment was secured
through the efforts of W. Lee Person,
who was a delegate from North Carolina
to the National convention .that nomi
nated Harrison, and who now has a po
sition in the treasury department at
Washington in consequence thereof.
Both Person and Cheatham worked
for her although other oolored appli
cants were told that they would pet it.
It seems to be a family matter entirely,
as Cbeatbam is connected with and
Person is the nephew of Sylvia.
There is no doubt about Sylvia's ap
pointment, as your correspondent in
terviewed the new appointee and saw
the papers and the telegrams that passed
be; ween her. Congressman Cheatham
and Person. Sylvia says she will be
aure to give her bond and promises not
to do like Armstrong. She is about
sixty years old, a bright mulatto and
nas a large family.
The citizens are great) v incensed at
the repeated outrages Wanamaker is
ioflioting upon them. When you oon
aider the thieving Armstrong, the
watoh stealer Toorn, who carried the
mails from this place to Kiliquick and
now the appointment of still another
darkey, who goes in with her whole
family and under the protest of the
good citizens of this town, is it not
enough to stimulate overy true Dm
crat to denounce the disgrace heaped
upon them 'i State Chronicle.
Judge JfcRae Denounces the "Roughs"
Who Applauded When Boyle Was
Wake Superior Court met yesterday
morning, Qig Honor, Judge McRae,
Just before proceeding to business.
Judge McRae referred to the demonstra
tion made in the court room on Satur
day night at the conclusion of the Boyle
trial in no equivocal terms. Among
Other things he said that he did not
want any one to think that he would let
auoh a demonstratibn as occurred Satur
day night, when Boy le was acquitted,
pass unnoticed : that he had inquired cf
ihe officers of the law this morning, but
they seemed to have been noticing the
Cracks in the floor or other objects and
could giye him no information as to
who the ring leaders were; th the
demonstration started out near the
door. He wanted to do the colored
people the juttioe to say, they took no
part in it, as the demonstration com
menced they left; and he was satisfied
they were ashamed of it. He was satis
fied furthermore, that those who dii
engage in It, were a set of "roughs"
and that no respectable person took
part in it. He also said if the officers
of the law bad been the ring leaders of
thia disgraceful affair, and could bring
them before him to be dealt with, he
oould not make fifteen cents out of the
whole crowd by fines; that be had noth
ing to say as to the justice or injustice
of the verdict of the jury ; that it might
be right or it might be wrong. One
thing is certain a fair girl has been
ruined ana a lecherous scamp has been
turned loose; that he was satisfied that
the good people af Rikigh were
shamed of the demonstration and took
no part in it. He felt it his duty to
notice this affair and to say th'a much
in behalf of the good people cf Raleigh.
Decreasing the Public Debt.
Washington, D C. April 1. Tht
monthly public debt statement issued
from the Treasury Department today,
shows a decrease of the debt during the
past month amounting to $11,889,857,
and for the firet nine months of the
current fiscal year, of $53,488,949.
The net surplus in the Treasury is
$83,615,833, or about 150,000 less than a
month ago. Government receipts from
all sources during March past aggregat
ed $34,778,180 or three and three
quarter millions more than in March
1889. Custom receipts during the past
month amounted to $20,800,765, or a
million and three quarters more than in
March a year ago; while internal reve
nue receipts were $11,241,856, or a mil
lion and a quarter greater than in
Receipts from all sources for the first
three quarters of the current year ag
gregated $295,000,000, and this teeme
to point to a revenue by the ctose of the
fiscal year fully up to Secretary Win
dom's estimate of $385,000,000 submit
ted in his annual report last December.
Four News Items.
In consequence of the diseovery of a
conspiracy among the students, several
of the Russian Universities have been
While Bix boys ot R H. Byckeville
and K. P. Womack, ranging in age
from 11 to 19 years, were playing in a
Band cave, Tuesday, near Vernon, Tex.,
the bank caved in on them end all were
An explosion occurred Monday in a
mine shaft at Nanticoke Pa . by which
five men were killed and seven serious
The treasurer of Pulaski county, Va ,
and president of a bank, was brutally
murdered near his home Tuesday morn
ing. Two white men, suspected of the
crime, have been arreBted. and it is
thought they will be lynched.
Bejle to Enter a Monastery.
Raleigh, N. C , April 2 Father
Charles, pastor of the Catholic Church
here, authorizes the statement tonight
that he believes that ex priest Boyle
has gone to Scotland for the purpose of
entering a Trappist monastery there.
He says he advised Boyle to go there
and be thinks that he has done eo,
The tzar and Bismarck.
London. April 1. The Czar and
Prince Bismarck have exchanged
friendly letters. The latter expressed
himsalf that in his opinion recent
events would not affect the peaceful re
latione existing between the two empires.
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