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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, JULY :. 1890.
3f jtiiiiM'' :
: kpituxIal aorta.
JoaV LT8i7ixiyAJiii been
v: tallet4j7 tMgTnd jary t Par-
- t t, Mi for prU fig ttiD. --
' il A ysainin MU aaafctarer
.-LproteitBriinst ti pM4jr ot the
" tobacco aretfoa of tbe tariff bill now
THB a, t asMraiof. of IUlti
" .baW lava eoaotudl their work in
: thueltj. Too povii Um U 433,005,
' : ftrint 33490 o lSa0. j - ; ,
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tb vat ex . 1 mniurxug ii u&fit
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- viA bwlWMi thmirTulailonarj
- wgtUiVm iari urti 1W Errorio,
v proTjaee of tbo Arvatiae Bpub
.-.-', CjaXT3., enoniartor to John
"Vaorri'BaVe joo Mort-
4OUtU0aoa UeBapablieaa party .n
. JksValaAd PUi Daier.
- ' CHICAQA him dobld ber popu
V la Wi4'wow elaiaM
; tbt eoyn$tAjBertatB. citj iu pops
v iMMtv) Oaloago ad i PhUadvlpbia
art ak tbeaoaia
'AJC aaoffldal atatemest ot
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23 oex otpT tb 1 rir4 ofl8S.
Chicago U aald to hare Mat aa
- orar-Ctt. 'Effial i I'krir" for a
Vjtrf iviM Otf feet kigber tfeaa
; t im b ooaatraoua l bi
- :ifrit wii. . CbieafO la looklaf ap
- "iaavBj way. WUioiafctoa Meo-
- aeuf tr.
A fc.:a .- ut. i
xx& U oat u
; Utur, U repij to fUttlar'Mttcc
of Mat ttedtMjia wbkk La
aauoaaofa blaaaai a-' cmaiiUaU tor
Ua to" wtllNba nomLaated i
A8iBOUX-LS railroad accidentia
, reporledlroni A-b CAlera,
on Lass Monday, a pjuueager train
ivaarna iato bj ita -wTtf-iaxIne,
. which . had . been detached. A
ftczra aaraa via killed and several
Msraoaa injured more or leea.
v AcooBEixaa to (ho Fir Iaaaranoa
Standard, th total loaa try fir
tbrtsojboat the United Bute ;dar.
lax the Veei teadlr Friday ' last
waa 1483,000, The total ' loaa
from j&t im&:
05,000-. , The Mtlmated loea for
the year is 147:229,945.
S to Itepttbllcana vill hardrjr
of bayoneU4m compIlUx"8ohern
aicroee : to YettU JUpabtlei--licketfYjThwj
--fcrotWlrjtTowlBjrjiry of the
SejMfcUcaa ticft and we might
-4dVjc thepaWiean party.
, paytoa VmuL. t
.TjOUAfTiealtarai .Colleice . bill,
proridiac tx the Ivlaioa- of the
' fond hetveaa Ua colored and wait
' ahoola cf a8tai haapaaaed the
flrat year Uf 15,000, which will be
Iacrawed t-,000 yearly for
.years, aad after that the appropri
ation w HI be 123,00a.
T-QCUB Lr a dlaatreemeat be
twaem b;8caaiaaad jSoaae on
tha seoeral pesaloa approprjU-Uoa
bUl which reaalted in a eosferasee
. of the twhon ;"Tha xconiereaoe
k-,T: if poried'' thak -iaahility to
axree, aad the Hooai inaiaU upon
U4 ,iUsaTea-emt to the Senate'
; 'Toxth Carolina. Pom mUa inner.
AUr t tW Worldw Fair at CrhicagX),
hara .bee appoiatedl Wo moat
all (o to work and ahore oar oldl
CoaniAaveaJUt to tb froaL Tbia
- opportnaity ahoaid ba need for all
. thai it to worth. There are great
aitraetka . aad adTantajrea in
Horth CnroHaa; and thi fact we
- io&44 LBpraaa apoa uh wo hi.
. tr-edyie reported frota, Ualreaton,
Taxiu -A baaatifal yoanc .lady
conmsiUed aaicido by t ahootlag
' berael& when har father took' the
platol ficoaa th hand of hi dying
aaghtar and ' killed Profesaor
Pari-fcrmerrr . of mU.jFartat
ttttoi Mtti -klog laJ
known a to lh eaoae 3(-tbe
v Iw Mawi,tha olffceHofJ-e1 Board
!fi'4p$Ie4 jk.jneafi: for
thin aftaraooa t-taka tacttoay re
, r .
ooont in OTerwnerarinc. ana rrnre-
. 'i- frr t f ' 'r 1 i
lajijrfiM-danb thnSa-t i
wt the Qaay BetslaJ(SJr fcaifcrljb
- baea pwrpetraMaV-by thfi -viftiesioa
whiebocnpiaiate will com alowly.
That was tbe 'otfraad,' and
, tha Hacon reTelations indicate that
- it hat been carried oat New York
Bpkajceb Reed b:u
bt en re-
BLA.I7IE! Th gT"at jumping j ick
of tbe day. V bo bolJa the atiing?
TSK preQt June goes ou (be
record an tba hottest Tor qihdj
Thebb is a gt-ueral strike ou the
entire line of lb Illinoin CVntrl
THESoatero Etluisntional Asoci
atioo met 1n Uon'f,"miery Alabama
John L. Sullivan was rinfd
Are hundred dollrn rv the Mijui.n
'FkaSTCE i HfiHit tth tti
agreement nutria )y Grarhiiy uuJ
Boslaod io ipgArd to Alrioa.
SlLVKE waa demonetized by r
trick. It may now lie mini licrc.l
by a frand. ADgant; Chronicle
Thk brighteHt and most siur-.-fal
l.tw fcfudent in the Chicago Law
aobool-tu a negro from TVx;i
named Franklin At Dennioon.
While firing a salate in Colaai
bia S. 0., lat Taeaday, three- men ;
were fearfully motilated by the pre
mature dieeharge oi a cannon.
TUESDAY eveniog, in Iudon
the great actraaa Sarah Bernhardt
earn ner killing herself by taking
OFerdoje of cloral Beware of
Un DUB the cenaurt just made
New Yock city claims a population
of 1,700,000, Brooklyn 1.IKX,00,
Philadelphia 1,040,449, Chicago
In tbe olden times parties were
divided on principles. It his come
to pass that tbe Republican p nty
ou no principles ana is only Known ;
by its methods. ;
. SSHATOK Beaoan ofTexav, has j
written to tbe Texas Farmers Alii- j
an 06 1 declining to support the snb- i
trea-ory bill and declining to give I
bia reaeo-t for so doing. j
Thx New York Star continues to
insist upon the purification or the
re tire est of Tammany. The Star
is right. The American Democracy
will acknowledge ' no leadership
that is tainted with corruption.
GlTS ns the good, old-fashioned
Democratic principles, honestly,
fairly and justly applied, and we
shall jnot bear tbe "wail and woe"
arising from, the massea of the peo
ple because they are overtaxed for
the benefit of the few. Stand by
tb old principles, stand by tbe old
pjutjvahd the people will be safe.
Democracy ,meaas the rights of
man-embodied in law Cleveland
Wo-CEX continue to attract at
tention for their higher educational
attainments. A female Sopbmore
at Wealeyaa University, in Middle
town, Conn., divides with a male
competitor the honor of taking tbe
Bice prize for proficiency in Diathe
tics. At the present rate of
progress the scholastic year now
terminating will present a long and
notable list of yoang women who
rXral the young men in proficiency
Thx Wilmington Messenger
says "Oar ootemporary, the
Raleigh News and Observer did ;
not suppose 'that the yearly j
earnings of any North Carolina
nawsD-oer amounted to much i
atore than rO,0O0 a year." The
cash receipts of the Messenger
from all its sources, that is sub
scription. advertisin and iob
work, have varied the pat year
from f2,600 to $3,350 a mouth, but
even with these figures, and with
all possible economy, the expenses
of the office kept so near the
earnings that it often makes
matters feel uncomfortable.
TE-t-ts are unpleasant iudica
tlons that Asiatic cholera may ob
tain a strong bold upon En rope
this 8ammer. The reports ot the
prevalence of the dread epidemic'
are already suggestive of its wider;
spread and increased fatality as '
the warmer weather comes on.i
Energetic measures will undoubted
ly be taken to stamp ont the plague,
but experience does not justify
confidence that they will be very !
anceessful. Little anxiety need be ;
felt regarding the danger iu this ;
country. Our quarantine service
here is effective, and the sanitary
regulations of our large cities are
such ato give ns a large measure
ot security. New York Star.
The Messenger holds that a
newspaper ought not to give its
editorial sapport to any aspirant
for nomination to office, and hence
tht paper has not championed the
eanaeof any of the Congressional or
Judicial nominees, further than
publish the proceedings of conven-
tHt)as-or communications, neither
of-which commit tbe paper. lathe
maTter o? the Congressional aspir
ants of tbe Third and Sixth districts,
and likewise the Judicial aspirants
of the. Sixth district, we bave cer
tainly no favorite. The gentlemen
aspiring to tbe nominations are all
nunmnil friends of the euito: oi tne
If eases ger, and we would find it
quit very unpleasant task to
hare to discriminate between them.
So far as tbe columns of tbe Mes
senger are concerned they are all
entitled to an equal fair showing.
0i:TH ( VROLINA. IX SUMIER.
Where in all the world is there a
f-iter land than this, our own loved
Carolina! In oAlubrity of climate
and beauty of landscape, in tLe
charms of social life aud the abun
dance and variety of health-giving
properties North Citrolina is nn
surp;ii.setl iu all the world.
To J ay Aloiehead Citis thronged
with victors. Hei tplendid hotels
aie ill it'll lu i lit? ui in uiudi, au u oun
.11 1 . . . 1 . t. 1 1
the votaiies of pleasure and the
heekers alter health are crowding
in wii u every arrival oi tbe trains.
Never bntore weie (hereto many
pe-iple at Morehead City.
AsLeviile i.s teeming with p-ople
Itoni all pitr: if iht- L'niou.
( U'veluiiii Springs, the Warm
8ptin; aud Seveli Springs hav
isi:or froiu lar aud near, all at
tr.iett d bv tlie curHtnn virtaesof
.iiir waters, the beatify of our
-i-ri:er ;um1 the Losj . it al I ty of OUT
Hut u is i;ot nloue at our water
ing laces and pleasure resorts that
North Carolina is itttracfive in
On r conn t ry people are thejewels
of ttieS'aiH. To the man of busi
ness, desirous of a calm retreat
from the demands of exacting
every day life, nothing is sweeter or
! more bonefitiug than a sojourn in
a country home with hardy host,
I comely housewife and merry romp
i ing children. A place musical
with bumming bees, singing birds
! and rippling waters, and fragrant
with t lie perfume of roses, pansies
ana iionej sucKle? ; neids rich in
golden grain and the fleecy staple
of our South land; the orchard, the
meadow, the deep tangled wild
wood, and even the old oaken
backet "the iron bound bucket, the
moS3 covered bucket that bangs in
If you want gayety and fun, sea
bathing and ocean air, "a wet
sheet and a (lowing sea and a wind
that follows fast," go to Morehead
City. If yon incline to mountain
scenes, and love the music of tbe
deep toned hound in the morning
chase of fox or deer, and delight to
tread the measures of the dance in
splendid parlors to divinest music,
go to Asbeville.
Bat if yon wonld enjoy the serene
pleasures of a .North Carolina
gentleman of tbe olden school go
to the country, and, throwing all
thought of business and all concern
for fashionable life to the winds,
gather in the neighbors, day after
day, and talk over the legends of
this grand old State as transmitted
from sires to 6ons around the
blazing tires of tbe honored home
steads of this God blessed land.
Whatever tbe demand ot recrea
tion, pleasure or health, it can be
met in North Carolina better than
anywhere else beneath tbe snn.
WHAT TO DO.
What shall we do this hot
weather T All seasons bave their
duties and obligations. Personal
com fort is always considered. It
presses its claims and forces their
observance, bat the survival of the
fittest asserts itself, and the de
mands of personal comfort most
yield to tbe inexorable commands
urops must De gamerea ana
garnered in summer's heat or the
fruits of months of labor will perish
on the field. The shoemaker must
stick to bia last, whither "the
north wind blows and we shall have
enow, "or tne not oeams ouster,
and nature wilts as in a furnace.
There is no release from the law
j .'in the sweat of thy face sh alt
I thoo eat broad." This is the com-
mon lot of man. But we, North
'. Carolinians, have public duties to
perform which cannot be evaded
' Dor postponed. No man has a
right to eujoy the blessings of good
! government who is not willing to
! labor for tbe establishment and
I maintenance of good government.
The elections of this year are
especially important. They are
both feder-l and State. They con
cern home affairs around the fami
ly altar, and stretch out to the
uttermost limits of civilization.
Let no man stay away from pri
mary meetings, township, county
and State conventions under the
' delusive idea that he has no inter
est in politics. The faet that he is
i an American citizen enforces obli
' gations to the general government
which he cannot avoid, and the no
i less honorable fact that he is a
North Carolinians impells him to
the performance of sacred duties to
Congressmeu are to be elected.
Shall they be men learned in tbe
science of government, experienced
in legislation, sound of judgment
and capacitated for the performance
of the high and difficult duties of
a member of Congress? The people
Judges are to be elected. No
official position is higher than that
of Judge. His qualifications should
be unquestioned and unquestion
able; his character un impeached
and unimpeachable. If such a man
is to be elected the people most
nominate him and vote for bim.
Members of the Legislature are
to be elected, so also are Justices
of tbe Peace, sheriffs and all coun
ty officers. Whose fault will it be
jit incompetent or unworthy men
are nominated and elected to these
I . . , , .
positions of honor and tril8t T
'Manifestly it Will be the fault Of
!.. . ... ,. ,
,the people. Clam, cliques and
combines can only exist by the
. r ... ,. . . i , t
consent of the people. Let every
man wuo loves liuerry anu uonors
North Carolina see to it that true
I and good men are nominated and
' elected to office in the old North
11 I IP ... .
Is party to be considered f Un
questionably. It matters Lot how
pure a man may be, nor what are
his intellectual qualifications, if his
political principles are wrong he is
unfit tor office.
iDJStrtie that tlieie
aje Mime offices that are not stiiot -
Iv nnluii'al hnr I h..v arc ullioilln
j r----.-.-., v 1
the jHjlitics of the country and
more or less affect the condition of
Our pieneut ohjerl is to em
phasize the duty ot citizenship,
and the obligation of every man
to take part iu the nomination and
elecion of proper men to the seve
rul officers within the gift of tbe
The board of trustees of the
Agricultural aud Mechanical Col
lege at Raleigh have decided to
establish a cannery for the purpose
of supplying tbe college with its
own canned geods. This is a good
move. It will not only inruish sup
plies that wonld otherwise have to
be purchased, but it is teaching the
yoaag men. another occupatiou.
Any institution that will train tbe
hand of oar yonng in fitting them
for the battleB of life is a blessing
and deserves tbe good will and
support of the public. A big woik
can be occomplinhed by this college
and tbe futuie will
demand that it
be snstained and
vol n me of work.
increased in its
Dr. Uatling, the famous inventor
of the OatHng gun, and who was
born in North Carolina, is said to
have another invention which will
revolutionize the manufacture of
ice. It is claimed that tbe new
machine will manufacture ice at
one-tenth of the present cost.
TALKING aboat a Solid South,
wait until tbe Force bill is passed
Tbe limestone mountains of tbe
Blue Kidge are like a Band bill
compared to what the South will
be iu solidity after this measure of
coercion is put upon them. Nor
f'rnnfl will anon h laid hv and ! 8'cs" "u ""K oa'T
urops win soon oe iaia Dy ana , forty The que8tion rige8 here: .. Wh8t
the farmer will take a little rest. I ;a tbe cause of so great mortality among
Mr. A. H. Whitcomb is having j tne ohildren V the solution of which is
quite an addition to his dwelling, : one bJ!ct of .th .to the
M . . number born and the number living.
preparatory to the 10th prox. We found twp per8(mg wb0 ttoutI-
Tbe weather is hot enough to kill j asserted that they were over one hun
a valuable mare belonging to C. H. dred years old. Without evidecoe to
Fowler from her coir, bnt not the '"I" jfK refd .d?ubt9-we
. . . . . . gave them the benefit and their names
hot enough to stop marriages. ha.e goaa on the c.Pitai, to be en-
Harvey Moore had a horse to kill j
himself a day or so ago by running
away and getting foul iu bis har
ness. He reared up, fell backward i
and finished tbe job.
Lawrence Miller lost bis mare a
day or so since by getting hung iu
her stall and breaking her thigh so
she had to be kilted. Stephen
Harris also lost a good farm pony
horae by disease.
Married, on tbe 21th inst., at the
residence of Mr. Nathan Hooker iu
Bayboro, by Rev. D. A. Watkins, j
Mr. Wm. fagett and Miss bailie
Cramer. No cards. At the resi
dence of Mr. W. J. Griffin, the
father of tbe bride, Miss Anna
Griffin and Mr. Jno. Peed, of Bay
boro, were married, Itev. D. A.
The Bayboro High School, Prof.
wti-uu iu uuaiKD, um wwuuu uij j
fQr tbe Scholastic 3 ear, and the
teacher or assistant, MiS8 Bessie ;
nr., 1 , i
ICaCUCl Ul UH LAXI b, ilXlBS XCJBSlCj j
Elington, leaves tomorrow for her j
homein-Raleigh. and a widower ot ;
t . 1 !. j
najuuiu, wuw is ui-is C"J j
to have him a dwelling erecttd in j
Stonewall, I should surmise wonld '
be quite discomfited, but the dis- j
. : i ; i. , ; I
UtUUB IB nut 1 buu imiiuau iu uui
Uses of haper iu Japan.
The Japanese use paper at every
instant. The string with which the
articles yoa buy are fastened is
made of paper. Do you want a
piece of string! Tear a sheet of
paper, roll it between the fingers;
it requires a strong wrist to break
f rTha narfifiona dividincr the
houses are paper 1 The pane through
, . , . . , .
wuiBU an - luuisuicoi eye iuuo ov
von is Daoer The Dane IS trulv
..ntin. in fnBnanv nr nnt nf.i
all transparent, asd the Japanese,
arilltr tha larfiAfl. who nrA mar.
VBW.. ' . , " J
as curious as they are in other
countries, are none tbe less em
barrassed to see, without troubling
themselves, what is taking place
outside. Tbe method is very
sim Die one finger is passed
thronch tha naner : that is all !
When one has had a good look, a pectation f bfe is still more than ten 1 Fort Monroe, Va. , June 33 J. W,
small piece is Stuck on this opening vears y the. Tables, and much : Delaplaine, of Hampton, with his son,
... , . . rp rotnn more by the inner suggestions of ! daughter and nephew, went out sailing
Wltn a grain OI rice, ice yaKoa-; eip6Ct8tion M(t degire( gnd though the j this afternoon near the Soldiers' Home,
nine hat passing IS paper; the , fr0ets of winter are upon our head, the Their boat collided with a sailing vessel
porter's cloak, Who Carries his bur-, warmth and sunlight of a perpetual j containing Dr. Parramore and J. B.
den, Singing a Cadepce. through the ,' spring time are around our heart. So i Lake, also of Hampton. Mr. Dela
rain " the garment Of the boatman if the Fates will hold the distaff steadily f plaine's son was knocked overboard
. ' . k.i . v. i letthe spinning prooed smoothly and not and the father jumped to his rescue,
who conducts you on board the . . , J:, . . ,h J,,r.a 7u" 'ot,Q ri -h
tobacco pouch, cigar Case all are ; jf a kind providence lengthens out our j were drowned. Mr. Lake went over
paper Those elegant flowers 'days we may "come again" to see if i board to try and save them, but failed
Ornamenting the beautiful hair Of
k T.ninuui Ionian ami thmiA rnlui
Anll-ra whip.h are taken for crane
w " -
paper ! American
Tbe man who uses blasphemous
language will scarcely fail to in.
dulge in loal and ribald speech.
Moreover, it is Shameful, iu au
advanced State Of Civilization, that
men Should be aCCUfctomed to
oonrerse amout themselves ni
language which would be intolera-
ble When used in the presence Ol
. In the course of human events we
nave been taking census. Ii wa not a
job of our seekin. but a clear ceof
' the man being boukIh by tbe office. But
tben who woulan'i b willing for a
, Oonideraiion-io lurn in and help our
Rood and great "Uncle Samuel" when
be wishes to abCbrtain how his numer-
ou8 faim)y ( f uephbWB and uitC(MJ e
la-mu .- we accepted tbe position,
.d. ic WBS iun. and maden. glad.
may have too much of a good thing,
il dld become a little monotonous
U- and every dity for three or four
nt-e.H, bv najing: "We are taking
cpiiub. and would liketotieu eoiue one
who can tell us the names and ages, "
etc One may vary this formula, nut it
rutis iu a narrow circle and like saving
urh-f at tble, pood falls into a rut. Bh
Hi.ir the pay m uot tntici-K, one oaii'i
1 "n" i.i .ctory wages wiuiout putting
i had i.d b-r perfect woik. ! timshed -
our ccurne, fixi without reluct.nce or ,
rtgr lei i down our commit-mon.
UoV WEU WE hliX'fclVRD V
With eli II i e coil r tex y , without exceo
U' u. Alibi uli the unuiia of ibe people
Uiid bei-ii pijittoiied by reports of rwln
iicbj on the parr, of tonne enumerators,
and a preity gt Ut-rl impression pre
vailed mat ihe questions to be asked
were many of thtni impr inent and
rouie of them improper. e encounter, d
, no tartntrs uor unnetB. Trie colored j
; people were lucliued to be friglu-ned, '
often ingoiririg ounpiciouiily "what is
all ibis for y ' imeiiaaes asking, "are
wn under arrowt ;''' aud in two iobtances (
a ohild ran nwy screaming wlun we,
said we bio tailing census, thinking, we ,
lauipise, that he was a "census" audi
that we wanted to take him and carry
, hiai to far a way Al kanse or l me other
' And in a few instances a lady sal
down with Hirnn dignity over Hgainat
us. with a perplexpd expression on her
con ntonance, as if ehe expected to b
tortured, when, much sooner than Bhe
wb l.xjbing for, we cloned the LOuk
"thank jou. we won't bother
jou again for ten years."' she would ex
press her rejief and s ririBa hj analog,
"ore ihoee all th questions V"
WHAT DID WE FINDV
We went into nearly every house in
two warus, from South Front street on
the placid Trent to the foot of Attuiore
street on the rolling Neuse. (Speaking
in a general way, we foundafaiity
haDDV. contented and in wnermia nn
, pie. With some privations and dis-
comforts, there are many advantages
and compensations which tend to equal
ize tne common lot.
To be more explicit, we found roem
places occupied by lewd and loose
people, where the sights and sounds
and smells are anything but agreeabte
or wholesome. There are large num
bers of illegitimate children, and quite
too many "brigLt mulaKoes " Trie
paternity of tbeee is in a large part
well known. This is a sin and a shame,
verily it is an iniquity to be punished
by tbe judges,
i Tbere are some tenements uot very
many which are not fit for human
beings to dwell in. Leaky, open, out
of level and out of plumb leaning, but
not to virtue's side they ara not suit
able shelters for well oared for domestic
animals. The rental, about two -dollars
a month, is not perhaps too great, but
a more humane, generous and Christian
spirit would give belter value for the
We found a remarkable degree of
prolificnesa among some of the colored
people ten women having borne one
hundred and sixty children, which is
an average of sixteen, two of tbem
having produced eighteen each, but the
rolled in the Census Bureau-as relics of
the eighteenth century.
We found same very fine families,
parents and children with sometimes
e grandmother numbjnng I leni or
more, the children hearty, bright and
active. We bave a pleasant remem
brance of several groups of six or eight
little people who gathered around ub
and took much interest in telling with
great readinefs and accuracy the
'names and ages" from pipa down to
the little tot in tbe cradle.
But tbeee large families are seldom
an unbroken cirole. The mother
usually remembers and often speaks
tenderly of one who "is not." The
pott s words
express a well nigh uni-
versal tuith :
'There is no Hock however
But one dead lamb is there.
There is no household bowsoe'er
But has one vacant chair."
We found a dozen or two of the
prettiest bahies that ever gladdened a
patenl,'H heart. We have a very sharp
cut opinion as to which is the prettiest
baby in our beat, but we shall keep that
UOUJ lu UUI uc-l., UUI WB BUBI1
8 profound seorct. and take
Wea.V0knm hre babies
couli ' take ' them. A good 1
before we I
Vf u ,4 ; ,. . 1
gieter said we ought to bave baptiz id
them at the same time so as to complete
To lw0 of them wo were f the j
sterner sex. and born, not in the purple.
. .... . , . ,
bat in the sable, we gave good Soriptu
ral names which had been worthily
borne in the olden time. But a little
bright Caucasian, of the female nor.
gUaf,iorj( We named for one of our
Bweetheftrts, whose petite form aud
pretty face used to give our heart a
palpitation in the school days. May
Beavin guide her footsteps that they
may avoid the many dangerous paths
which beset tbe one safe road which a
true woman's feet may know.
And now our task is done. The re-
1 lurn8 nave j?"6 f?,r,w"d t0 weli th!
I aggregate w huh will show the present
... ,l , ., i.;.,, r.t
i v, rfii ,-,!
.j.L.i .t,flrat o.,J ...-!
' ever kept step to the music of the
ten tn (ho mimic of IhA .
"Sail on, sail on, oh ship of State,
Sail on, oh Union strong and great."
SHALL WE HELP TAKE THE TWELFTH '
CENSUS ? j
That depends. As we helped in the j
tenth and tbe eleventh, upon the prin- '
oiple that "one good turn deserves
another" we ought to doit. Our ex
pectation of life is still more than ten 1
another" we ouaht to do it. Our ex -
pretty babies are still in order, ir cbild-
hood fulfills its promise, and our ma-
: tur.B."uu" fcUB U""'D. "aro '
. I .. i' - L . L. .. W...ln U .. I
rwl hop f h ki i KnriArs orflfofn 1 1 vr M1
raote it be Epwako Bull
New Berne, N. C., June 25, 1890.
Kcmmler Must be Electrocuted
Saratoga, N. Y.. June24 Tbsoourt
of appeals baa affirmed the original
judgment in the Kenamler case. Kemm-
l8r muBt executed by warden Durs-
. ton . . .
Tne wor8t CMe8 of scrofula, 8aU
j rhaum and other diseases of the blood,
are oured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. 3
BLESSED ARE THEY Til AT HOURS.
' Oh, drem not the are blest alone
Whoso liven a peaceful ti nor keep:
The power who pitien innn h88 shown
A blesBiua: for the eyce that weep.
' D e light of smilns eha'l (ill agtia
The lids that overt! w with tears-:
And weary hours of woe and piia
Are proiuit.trH of h-ppier years.
"There is n day of sunry rent
For every drk and tnunled uifeht:
And gri--f miv hioe. an evening (iiieet.
cut joy stall me with early light
And thou v. ho
rlhy fnendd lowlier
Shtddest the bitter droos like run
Hope that a brighter, happier sphere,
Will iiive hirn to thy aru.ia agniu.
"Nor let the good rusn's tru-t rlt t
Tnough life its common gifts deny,
Though with a piere-t ari l n kei
And spurned i.f n.en . he jir.. h to die.
' For G
d hss inaiked each s-i row ing
Ar.d number' il ev 'ry fei let ti ar
And heavenV Imig nge of blicHhrtll pay
For all htchiUJren suffer here.'
h. a m
PollokBvillo. June Q3 1S90
HON. F M MM M0' , VIEWS.
Written y Itcipi. st of the Socreiary
of the Farmers' Alliance of
. FiO:n tile Hojtie: l.iu ( 1 : p; r '
Mk Editor: The enclr s d letter will
doubtless prove interesting to many of
your riadeis It is written in BLmwer
to a Utter addrenscd to the writer re
questing a statement of his views k 8 a
candidate for Oongn bs wi:r regard to
the economic question which are now
; being airitated by the Farmer's Alli-
; ancrt. Y T. OnMuND
New Br.R.vE N. U., June 19, loo.
Y T. Obmonp, E q..
Hec (Jreene Go. Farmer's Ailiauc.
DeaK Sir: I have the honor to ack
nowledge the receipt of your esteemed
' favor of recent date, which was handed
j me upon my return from Washington.
I have not. I ruul confess, read a- d
luditd wi:b due care what in known
i a the Sub- : resury bi'l recently intro- j
duced in the Senate by Smat r Van'e
! but I believe I understand the general
: ojecta and piirort of its provisions,
' alJd whiltj I uo not mean to Bpeak with
reference to its details, I cau with tbe
utmost candor and sincerity say, I am
j la nearly sympathy and accord with
lbe Alliance in its laudable determina-
. tion to secure for tbe ubo of the people
n '"crease in the volume of our money
and money substitutes by the free and
unrestricted coin igo of silver and tbe
establishment of bettor systems of
banking thau wo have, and to devise
and enact into la w some feasible scheme
by which the farmer can by uing the
product of bis toil as a baeis of credit,
secure at cheap and eay Tates the
money needed in bis operations.
The organization of our farmers for
the purpose of resit-ting the encroach
menin of capital, monopoly and corpo
rate iijflaence was iroDeratively do-
maiiued by the exigencies of the times. !
and will. I confidently believe, result '
in needed reforms and the enactment
of more j'lst and equal laws.
With all the aspirations and purposes
of tbe alliance in this direction lam in
But let me urge jou and through you
the Alliance which you represent and
for which you speak in your letter to
me, in your just clamor against injus
tice do not forget the enemy who has
inflicted the wrong and for years
filched you of what was rightfully
yours. Let me ask you. is there a sin
gle law on the statute books of which
your Alliance complains, and from tbe
enforcement and operation of which it
members are now suffering, that was
not placed there by the Republican
party? The Internal revenue, the tariff,
the National Banking act, and tbe de
monetization of silver, are they not
each and every one of them Republican
measures. And if that parly has now
and then amended these laws, has it
not always amended them against the
toiler, whether in Held or factory, and
in tbe interest of money, capital and
combination? That party not only en
acted these laws of which you 80 justly
complain, but it has steadfastly defend
ed them against the often frustrated
and as often renewed assaults of tbe
Democratic party, and ic is today de
fending them against the combined de
mand of tbe farmers of this great coun
try and in defiance and disregard of
the mutteriegs and groans of the fifty
five millions of people upon whox 1 it
has laid tbese grievous burdens.
The Republican party is and has been
the enemy of tbe farmer.
The Democratic party is his friend
and only hope for the redress of his
great wrongs, and I do earnestly trust
that nowbere in this country will your
great organization aliow itself to fall
into lines of antagonism to the latter
and by divisions pave the way to tbe
continued ascendency of the former.
For myself, permit me to say my
father is a farmer and so were all his
ancestors before him. I was myself
born and raised on a farm. Almost
every dollar I own is invested in farm
ing lands, and it would, it xeeinsto me.
be strange indeed if under these cir
cumstances I did not feel a community
of interest with that class of my fellow
citizens for whom jou speak in your
very kind letter.
Believe mo, sincerely yours,
F. M. Simmoks.
iNOKTH CAROLINA NEWS.
Raleigh News and
W. W. McDiarmid
Daniels and Mr. J. B. fcberrill have
gone to Boston to attend the National
PrABl f i n v t, n 1 1 1 1 r,
Wilmington Messenger: M -ssre. H. j
Weil & Bros , Ooidsboro 's leading and
most public spirted merchants, have j
donated a valuable tract of land to ;
Oo:dsboro, in the suburbs of that
i thriving and pleasant little city, for a
i . e I
public park, to be known as "Herman !
Paik" in memory of the lamented Mr. i
Charlotte Chronicle: Mrs. Minerva !
Cajdwtll. the widow of the late Gov.
Todd R Caldwell, died in Morganton
Saturday afternoon, at the home of her
Winston, June 23. A severe electri-
cal storm passed over this section of
??"D1ZS1 p r. LRhii.nf1!"cJ !
near Mt Pleasant church, killing bim
and two of his grandchildren. His '
daughter, Mrs. Shafer, is lying very I
low, from the tttects or the lightning.
i Three Persons Drowned
and succeeded in reaching shore. The
daughter remained in the boat and was
saved. Mr. Delaplaine 's former home
was in Laurel, Del.
Chicago's Population. ,
! Chicago, June 23.-8uP.rintendent!
of Census Gilbert, in an interview, says ,
j that the returns already in show that ;
the population of Chicago exceeds one
million. How much beyond the mil
lion point the total will run Mr. Gilbert
would not venture to say, except that it
would be considerable. The city, he
added, bad certainly doubled its popu
lation in a decade and it was a question
between Chicago and Philadelphia for
second place ou the list of American
K T CARSON.
I he Famous Kr-ntueklan Yi ho
In Border History.
Christopher Carson, or ''Kit
Carson," as better knowu to the
l eaders of Western history, was
a native of Kentucky and was j
born on Tate's creek, in Madison
c-ounty, on Dec. 24, 1809. When j
young Christopher was seven- !
tenteen years old he ioined a
huntlllfr exnodition wVii'rh int.
niated him into border excite-, r ukimihhiimu GOODS.
! tTeee'wilf hLhhe eVealir-1 SHO,iS f CV"' dri'1 at P"
wards lived. The vast plains of 111 KKADY MADK CLOTHING T will p-pitivelv save vou at leaat
fhf Woor Viar -j fnn,;nnf,'n t
Daniel Boone, he could not.
1 -. . -
stand the smoke of civilization,
ana ne aespised its restraints I
and luxuries. For eip;ht years j
lie was a trapper, and for a;
similar period he was chief!
hunter for the garrison at Bent's '
fort For almost the remainder !
of his life, lie was guide, scout,
and Tndian hunter on the West
ern frontier. He acted as guide
to (General John C. Fremont, in
his celebrated exploration be
! vond the Rockv mnnntninn in
1 S4"2 and in 1 S-in.-t rnnC,Hrrl at
that day one of the grandest
achievements of the time. Car
son gives the following account
of a night attack of Tlamath
Indians: "This was the only
night in all our travels, except
the one night on an Island in
Salt lake, that we failed to keep
guard. As the men were tired,
and as we expected no attack,
the Colonel didn't like to ask it
of them, but sat up late himself,
Owens and I were sleeping
together, and we were waked at
the same time bv the licks of
I ft-io QY f hot b-illa TV-.-. A .
1 ' 1 v lt ' nittli ftlllCU XJJC11. XVI
first I didn't know it was that,
but 1 called to Basil, who was
on that side: "What's the
matter there? What's that fuss
about?-' He never answered,
for he was dead then, poor
fellow, and he never knew what
killed him, his head had been
cut in his sleep;the other groaned
a little 'as he died. The Dela
wares (we had four with us)
were sleeping at the time, and
sprang up as the Tlamaths
charged them. One of them
caught up a gun that was
loaded, but, although he could
do no execution he kept them at
bay, fightinr like a soldier, and
didn't give Up Until he was shot
fM n nf arrnws throe nfe;-o-
iull of arrows three entering
his heart. He died bravely. As
soon as I had called out, I saw
it was Indians in the camp, and
I and Owens together cried out,
"Indians!" There were no
orders given; things went on
too fast, and the Colonel had
men with him, who didn't have
to be told to do theirduty. The
Colonel and I, Maxwell, Owens,
Godey and Stepp jumped
together we six and ran to
the assistance of our Delawares.
I don't know who fired and who
didn't; but I think it was Stepp's
shot that killed the Tlamath
chief, for it was at the crack of
Stepp's gun that he fell. He had
an English half-ax strung to his
wrist by a cord, and there were
forty arrows in his quiver the
most beautiful and warlike
arrows that I ever saw. When
the Tlamaths saw him fall they
ran, but we lay, every man with
his rifle cocked, until daylight,
expecting another attack. In
the morning we found from the
tracks that from fifteen to
twenty of the Tlamaths had
attacked us. They had killed
three of our men and wounded
one of the Delawares beside
one killed who scalped the
chief, whom we left where he
fell. Our dead we carried on
mules, but after going about ten
miles, we found it impossible to
get them any further through
the thick timber, and finding a
secret place we buried them
under logs and chunks, having
no way to dig a grave."
The many deeds of this gallant
Kentuckian would make up an
interesting volume. No braver
man ever lived;no more generous
heart ever beat in any man's
bosom. No call of distress was
ever passed unheeded; suffering
; female innocense never railed to
jfind in him a staunch and
, earnest champion.
Carson entered the Federal
nrmv dnrinc thf lfltf oivil war
and rose to the rank ot .brigadier-General,
and in 1S65 re-
SUmed his position as Indian
agent in New Mexico, which
position he held a number of
years before the war. He was
nranf n10 nianr tuinl ornwora
, .v. , , . ,r,ro
f t 1m i fn tin c Ano on1 1 l-i I W ' , i
v111 D,uFci "" "
drove across the plains G,500
sheep, an enterprise at that time
hazardous in the extreme. He
died in 18GS, in his
A Beautiful !S hi
rrue plainest features become
pretty when clothed with a fresh
velvety skin, b irst of all, one must
keep from those unsightly black
heads or gmbbs. Bathe the parts
iu hot water; rnb on a little oil,
and then take an old-fashioned
watchkey and pry out all the large
ones. Afterward rub on cream or
any soothing ointment. In the
morning there will be no trace of
To have a clear skin it is essential
to keep the digestive organs in
good order and sleep as much as
possible. Sleep will do more to
preserve the freshness of youth
. V aVs-M
! auy utner uuo tning. tx
j night wash the face in warm water
j never use hot using soap freely
to remove the dust of the day.
Then take a pint of cold water to
wbicb a tablespoonful of bay rum
has been added, and bathe the lace
for five minutes. Dry the face OU
a coarse towel, rubbing gently to
get up a pleasant friction. Lastly
spread a little cream lightly on the
face and neck.
In the morning remove the grease
with plenty of warm water and
soap followed by a cold bath as at
night. Pittsburg Dispatch.
ML H. SULTAN, Agt.,
lias juM rt-turnci with the n.'.ht ,-nperb stock of
Spring and Summer Goods
ever brought to Now P.. rno. We arc now displaying all tbe
NOVEl.'UP.s tu nncsnennns xtttawo i nnuni
,0 V"T 0"r"-' a" ' -
r TIT h .... I 111 .. 1 1 v.
ow ur(;, ami will cell theni accordingly
I Wool Satin-faced Dress Suit
east -?10 or 1 anywhere cls.
Flannel Coat aud Vest fur 70c.
Seersucker Coat and Vest for 70o.
1 rr .
ooys ouus irom $ 1 up.
THK FISKHT FIT CItUSH HTIN-I.INI l 1IAI itt 1H)c.
Oar stjck comprisrH ho jiany NKW GOODS .-irol SI'ECI ALTIKS that
would be a hard matter to enumerate all in b tail.
We Solicit an Examination of Our Stock,
Feeling confident, that we will malic it to your itor f-t to ive ua a share o
REMEMBER ! the prices of our go. .'Is nr.- and niuft bo as low or lower
than similar good? can bo purchased cKewbcn .
j-vr. x-n. tj -Tj.ixr.
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Experienced teacher in Instrumental Music.
Vocal Music a prominent feature.
Tuition, including Board, Washing, Lights, etc.. Ji;r..oo;ti $75.00 per
session of five months.
C-ompetltlon la the Life of Trade" and If yon have not seen our latest tmprored goods yon
cr.uol imagine how lively trade is, or how hard our competitors have to work to keep within sight of
us. Ask your retailer for the James Means' $3 Shoe, or tbe James M oans 4 Shoo accord lug to your needif.
JPositivcly none genuine unless having our name and price stamped plainly on the soles. Tour
retailer will supply you with shoes so stamped If you Insist upon bis doing so; If yon do not Insist, sotCHf '
retailors will coax you into baying inferior shoes npon
via nurnniii rn
Such bi been the recent iirogress In our brarjeh of Industry that we are now able to afflriaat
the James Means' Si Sboe Is In erery respect equal to the shors which only a few Tears ago were re
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THE NATIONAL BATIK
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Capital, - - $100,000
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L. IJ. Cutlhr,