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INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, JULY 17, 1890
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promptly, on toe Kidneya,
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to, till and hare made it the moat
' y popuhuFrtmedr known.
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JOE, K; WILLIS,
rr, "'f'TFRTROB OF
" tlalblb 76rks, "
Jew Berne, O.
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ftmlWrn mn& Amsriotui MarbU and all
TiiHtlrt -H1 -ir'lf
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avaacBaT ftaam aaaaflaaal ai TOavazai anata aatxr
. aalaaiiil ndlaal weAt.mmtmU UwatbrwaY
. a "wtr im i. -T r.t i TiMtm. 1 into anv such error, not to s.iy
mmd Atx. Fats ..rctraUr travlia crime. Lynchburg Advance, Dem.
ac- , -' ' ' I
a ft. ' s - iU t I3al" An ! ,be IPblicaus were acting
iUO uCnYCniDIO rulICjiQeood faith they would agree on
1 , i a universal national election Iaw,
The CoaTertibi Policy utued by i ... .. " . ,
. J lone that would apply to Maine and
'THE. .'MUTUAL BENKFIT;iliaabippi alike. If they were
' Lit ra. om COBD.DT I ting in good faith they woul J not
laf lado alT lW ll6rl ftnrj of U !
' CocQpay. wfth the addition tff mwr-1
mmltl Ul, TMirWT ,W,.r WHlB
UtMi4 at mbf lim fUwO yn
prtttitjD tuv dmu fml&M daud4.
EarxPUX baa aadorMd npva U a
tabto mmnwin. . la iliia .-flxan tba op--'
UostflUMit 4rr4 motum f .
1M eptla. Cash rarraader value.
U fi(Ia.ABoJBa- Ua may be bor
ioirad froaallta eompaay on the pol
8J epdapKxtoadad iaaraaoa for fall
uuut of Ui policy.
4tk option. Paid policy lu.
"Tbia io the bmm! Kbrml policy yst ot
find mmd m tho iMDrue to h
Erot y doUar pid get m dollar7!
worth ot Immm.
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mbxt nwaioir -wtu bm ac. 4ti.
' fmll Aetadanle aiul Oil iilii
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fmaoSm. ijoimuoo haalUifal. Board aad
T at Hoc BOdMM. Isdtmt panomu halpckd.
Adlrt-BKV. J. U. CLAPP. Ptd.t
Sljldwlm- KV. J. A. rOIL, Saoretarr- .
Cholsba is on
THE Progressive Farmer has
takeu position against Senator
THS town of Fargo, iu North
Dakota, has been swept away by a
THS Uorernor of Louisiauti baa
returned 'the lottery bill to the
LegUlatnxe without his approval.
Miss WnrwiK Davis, daughter
of Hon. Jefferson Davis, reached
Hew York on last Sunday from her
WITH a radical returning Board
in the Sooth no Democrat would
ever be elected. They would simply
ooont them all oat.
AlXIACX organs say the order
waa nevr more' prosperous than
today. It la embracing all States
and increasing in thoroughness and
iTia stated that Uenry M.Stanley
is a believer in the policy of colo-
ntzinf the npper Congo Valley of
'Africa with colored immigrants
from the United States.
Oitk hnndred and twenty. tlve
fthonsand school children in the
State of Uew York have voted for
A national Uower. The golden rod
wiaa by 20,120 votes.
THE University of the City of
NeirAYork. ha decided to admit
. JTQmeotothe classes of the law
1 dpp&ftment upon the same terms
as men. HnTrah, for the pirl
IT is onr deliberate opinion
the Federal Election bill w;i
paee tne oenate oeiore uecemwr, boomerang to the rascally parti
if it passes at all Before that . Bftns who lljng it at the South.
time a congressional election will vnimmgtou Messenger.
lace place wnicn may cnange tne:
situation and give the Democrats a
majority in Congress.
- ASA part of the grand World
exposition in 1S92. there is ro bo a
wmdevou9 in Hampton Roads and
reriew of the navies of the world
iarNew York harbor. It is said
that by that time the United States
avy will be in condition to com
pete for the highest honors.
3. SJLSC JONXS evoked criticism at
Norfolk aa he always does. The
,Virginiacharged him with inda.'g-
lag In Tnlgarity. When Mr. Jones
Aid from the pnlpit in reply, "I
dont indulge in vulgarity in the'
pnlpit; I never have, and whoever
says I have is a foul mouthed liar,''
he virtually entered a plea of guilty.
WTHK House Committee on
elections has decided the two
Mississippi contested election cases '
in iavor of seating the-Democratic
members." This is not to be con
sidered as evidence of returning
justice. It only shows that the
present Republican majority
THE Republican lenders in
Washington are treasuring the
hope that the Alliance in Georgia
and Sonth Carolina will break up
the Democratic party in those
States. The Republican leaders in
this State were expecting a little
diversion on the same line here,
bat they were somewhat too
previous Wilmington Star.
Thsbk are now forty four States 13 00; If the farmers or any
in the Union, bnt for very nearly a body else hss Private Job for
year there will be only forty-three whicb tbe-v the Senator $3,000
stars upon the United States rlag we wonId like to know ic
in consequence of this statute : "On The way for the negro to over
the admission of a new State into come his obstacles is not by abuse
the Union one star shall be added of tho white race, or constant ex-
to the number on the flag: and
such addition shall take effect on
the Fourth day of July then next
succeeding such admission.'-
The Farmer's Alliance iu South
Carolina is committing gret
blunder in nominating separate
farmer's ticket for State oflie-rs.
They will idmply split the sol:d
Democratic party of that St.ite an.',
transfer the Stite Govern meut
1 . i. , k ,...tn nr
law mo uauiiu ui urii'ci auu
IwpnbiiCiius. We trust tne Aiii-
tDo9 of Virginia and the other
SUtea of the South will not fall
agree on an Federal election law
applicable only in the South,
against the protests of the Sauth
ern Kepublicau representative
themselves. But of course they
are not acting iu good faith : they
never do act in good faith. W ish
ington National Democrat.
WHATEVBU iutiuence Southern
'citizens can exercise to prevent the
passage of the election bi'l, ught
Ui be brought into play at once.
After twenty five years of hard
struggles, the South is now peace
fal, progressive, and prosperous.
She has taken on new life and
energj.and is daily becoming a
more desirable country for the in
vestment of canital and the estab
lishment of homes. For this cur-
rent to be interrupted through the
selfishness and ignorance of North
ern politician, would be an outrage
that ought to be met by the uiOrt
Tijforous protest possible. Char
CEor reports from all parts of
the country ;in highly eDCoar-f
The Force bill and the war tariff;
are hard to bear, but good crops
and a salubrious climate afford
lcxl ii-.iouu mi R'ttniui"'
The Soldier'.- Home at Raleigh
needs supplies. We trust that
every county in the State will
honor itself by contributing to tbia
The political aspirant who at
tem to array the farmers of
North Carolina against Zeb Vance
drives a sure nail into his own
, political coffin,
j On Wednesday eulogies were
delivered by several members in
respect to the memory of S. S.
Cox. No name is more deserv-
ing of lofty panegyric,
The life of the Democracy is so
mucu the life of good, pure, honest,
.just government on these shores
that they must live so long as the
The 6un calls the Federal Elec
tion bill '-the shadow of the man
on horseback," and that is about
what it is. Let this bill pass and
the greatest safeguard to free insti
tutions will have been removed.
Savai. nah News.
The Force bill will pass the
Senate, prove a curse to the conn
try at. large, an instrument of
might v evil to the negroes, and a
These is a feeling ot unrest
throughout Kurope. It is signifi
cant that Turkey haa sent a new
note to England, demanding a fixed
date when Egypt will be evacuated
by British troops, without the
right of again occupying the
Idaho has not asked for a
recount by the census-takers.
Population was not exacted of the
"State" as a condition of admis
sion to the Union. A promise to
elect two Republican Senators and
a Republican Representative was
required. New York World.
a large number of negroes
who were carried from Virginia to
work iu brickyards along the Hud,
son river have returned to their
homes, the experiment haviDg
proved a failure, and occasioned
considerable trouble and
the brick manufacturers.
The Oxford Day,.eayj: "Senator
Vance's stand in reference to the
Sab-Treasury Bills meets with the
approval of conservative men of the
State. No one doubts the sincerity
of his interest in the farmers, and
his desire to promote the welfare of
the entire North Carolina peopie.
Our Zeb is a brick.
The Progressive Farmer says
the farmers pay Senator Vance
S,000 a year. "It-is his business
to work for them whether the mea
sures are constitutional or not."
How is this? Tho pay of a Senator
pression of discontent with his
surroundings. The thing for the
Intelligent negro is to aid in devel-
opmg the prosperity of his section, i
realizing that he has a somewhat
' hard road to travel," but resolv
ing to travel it. Working against
the pecfple who befriend him will
not smooth his p-ithway. Char-
li)t;e ( 'hronicle.
Mil. -It inks may have u.sed the
m.u object ion al expressions at
tsi!)u:ed to liitti in a connection
th tt robs them ot much of the of-
feusivecess they partake of when
otherwise read, but viewing them j
in the most charitable light per-
nutted by the high standard of the ;
S ivior.r and His Apostles, they are ;
objectionable and iu no way tend
to inspire respect for the minister
or confidence in his sincerity.
Mi:. Coihings, of New York,
the successor of "Sunset" Cox, in
speaking on the National Election
Liwsaid: 'The whole mechinery
of this bill is unrepublicaD, unfair,
partiz.in, and centralizing to the
last degree. A State would not
tolerate soch a law even if enacted
by its own legislature. The great
uuvi of the officers who carry it
out are not required to reside in
the counties where they perform ', Is it true that Alliances are t e
their duties. Not one of them is coming revolutionary f We do not
elected by the people or respon-: know. We have never passed into
sible to them. The number of their lodges and know nothing of
circuit judges is greatly increased
in order that a Republican Presi-
dent may pack tnese oonrts with
Republicans. As the jaiB hold
office for life, the? are entirely
, , 1 , c-v , " V
independent ol the people. The
returning boards and chief super-
visors are appointed by the courts.
Like the judges who appoint them,
they, too, are given life offices to
perpetuate their power and shackle
. the people.
SENATOR VANCE AT RALEHill.
When Zeb. Vance speaks the
people listen. No man has the ears
and the hearts of North Carolinians
as Vance has them.
In the Senate he is recognized as
the representative of his State and
the oracle of his people.
it is no wonder that llaleigh
j filled with people on the fourth of
"ijuijr iu ucih ocuawi auc.
j address was not a prepared one,
but whoever knew Zeb. ance
unprepared to speak to a North
Carolina audience T lue epeecn
was brimful of Bound sense, lofty
sentiment, pore patriotism and
wise counsel. We wish we could
reproduce it, but one or two ex
tracts must suffice.
Among other things equally good
the Senator said :
"I want to speak a brief word j
about the essence of things. I '
n au V lV WO a. buvrou " J v. t
yooder-men who remember how
;r k iiKo..f,-
l"m8 r . '
I great as it ever was. Has it grown
i ith rhi. nnwM. nr tii nnnntrc f
Has abundant charity and fraterni -
onH tho nrao f n i .rnfonr n 1
uU v j,... y,
men in their rightu grown with the
material advancement and progress
of these States T
uAs onr empire is so much great-
er than when in the days of the
patriot fathers, do we love liberty
more than they did T Do we hold , ag y and Uam ton are :
the nrhta ol man more sacred than i 1 1
they f Are the people willing to ! not PrP representatives of the
make gi eater sacrifices lor personal j patriotic farmers of the country,
liberty and the public good than They are the oracles of false gods,
they i Are the rights of this State j and sooner or later, they will bear
and of the other States more re-; witheriDg SCurn of the hone8t
speeted than in I89T Alas, no ! h
We do not love liberty so well.men thp-v iUt' attempting to mis
Oar derotion is not so fixed, so lead.
bright, ko pure, so self sacrificing
as when the Representatives of- wiF. AND WELL SAID.
North Carolina were directed to
more lorwara in me continental
Coneress for the independence of
the people. 'There is less respect i munication which we commend and :
for law and custom than ever be endorse. It is as follows :
fore in the United States. There tl . . , , i
is more danger to the rights of the! ' XNe commence this article by
people than ever since the founda-1 tatine tuat whatever else we may 1
li r th orrvrnmpnr- mnroibe, we are do Pessimist, conse-
aao.tional hatred than ever since
the close of the war. It is hard to
believe, but it is true. The first
wave of sectional hatred was ex
cited by the w.ar, that boou gave
way ; it wore itself out. Now
another has come. They say those
who Bought to destroy the govern
ment are about to secure control of
it, and it has excited all the North
and they are undertaking now to
pass legislation that will arbitrarily
put ns back as if in a new period of
"And the Supreme Court of the
United States is as bad as the
politicians. In one case they have
held that the person of a Federal
Judge is sacred and that be can
carry a ruffian along with him as a
body guard to protect him from
assault, and that when the guard
slays a man he shall have immuni
ty and not be tried in either the
State court or in the Federal court.
And here in our own State, a
federal judge has decided that an
internal revenue officer whose busi
ness it is to collect taxes may stop
yon in the road and make you go
and show what there is to be taxed,
and if you fail, that he can Bhoot
you with impunity. These things
are evidences that everything must
give way to the saered character of
federal officers the lives of citi
zens are as nothing. They are
more destructive and dangerous to
the principles of personal liberty
than anything that has happened.
I regret that these things are so.
What avails our great growth in
material wealth onr vast expanse
onr many millions if the poorest
man and humblest citizen are not
secure in the rights the law gives
:THE ALLIANCE IX POLITICS.
From the moment Alliances were
formed the JOURNAL has been !
their eteadfast iriend. Agrlcnlture 1
ia ul wo luuuuatiuii ui uuoiucoo ,
success, and whatever advances i
agricultural interests is a blessing !
and whatever advances
.jj coQntrv. '
The idea that has been advanced,
if indeed it has been, that farmers
should take no part in politics is
absurd. This being a Government
of the people, by and for the peo
ple, it cannot meet the purpose of
its creation unless all classes of
citizens unite and have part in its
Iu the past history of this coun-
try farmers have been conservative,
Whenever ambitious leaders have
attempted to subvert the order of
society and turn government lrom
its legitimate object, the farmers
have stood by tho old landmarks
and demanded obedience to i lie
Constitution and the laws.
It cannot be denied that agricul
tnral interests are depressed, and
that the farmer is compelled to
bear wrongs too grievous to be
bome. It was legitimate and prop
er for the farmers to organize for
self-defence and concert of action.
, and no man can b so blind as not
to see beneficient results attesting
the wisdom of their cause. While
reform is always beneficial revolu-
1 tion is always aaDgeroas.
; the secret workings of their order,
but we do know that whatever
interferes with the personal liberty heretofore have been united I This
of the citizen in this country is " time for divisio
revolutionary. Fdr ,from lL lnoge.ot "8 "1
, . , , , member reconstruction days know
It has been reported that "word'wnat the demands of that time
has been sent from the 'Head
. Centre' of the order, commanding
'the members of the Alliance to
vote for certain measures and for
certain men." We cannot believe
that this is true. "We do not be
lieve that self-respecting citizens
will submit to such dictatioo. No
eartlilv r.nrtPntaf.. has pnnc o far
in the exercise of arbitrary power
no j.eople have .o stooped to kiss
, the rod of the oppressor.
iVc ret-eat, we do not
'Miaf llw Mliu.iw.e h;s hi
nas neenmn sn
j arbitrary and despotic. It smacks
. too much of the olden time when
I one mau couiu Nity u) anoiuer, "raKe Tiik A'!
j 0ff your coat, sir." Nowhitemanidecidedth.it
' jn this country ever submitted to
fhat some Alliance men have
j o-oue to extreme.8 is acknowledged,
The denunciation of Wado Ilamp
ton and Zeb. Vance for not sup
porting a measure which they be
lieved to be uuoonsti tutionai, is re
garded by conservatives as a danger
signal, but the great mass of farm
ers and Alliance men must not be
iadfred bv thfi action oi
j cj -
ers who are under the influence
. ... .. .
' ot an auiDition as vaulting as tnat
&,, - i. t ,-.,. i : i
whicll fjrat raised war in heaven. I
i , '
Ihe North C aroliniau who cannot;
; trust Zeb. Vance proclaims himself
u .. , i ; ...... i .. f i .; i u ;;;.... i
i tuu uiow.pic ui a puMunupuy miui.ufli
to free institutions and at war with
. . ,. ,
national harmony.mater.al progress
and personal liberty.
Wo hold that men who would
j strike down such chamuions of the
Noith Carolina's best
; ; citizens has favored us with a com
i Quently no chronic croaker or
grumuier, uui ou tue luuuarv
alarming as the 'signs of the times'
are, wo still entertain a hopeful
view of our country's luture good,
and only desire to call attention to
some of the quick-sands and shoals
that, we think, lurk here and there,
on life's ocean, and which may en
danger our future prosperity.
"In the days of Samuel Israel
wanted to be judged, like many
others of the present day, by new
men. A j ad go of upright charac-
j ter "df profound wisdom was re
jected for an inexperienced boy,
who yesterday, was hunting for , bu(. tWQ t partieg ia tLis conn
stray asses lor his father. Think I 4, . ,
of rejecting a ripe cultured man of ! tr' the Democratic and the Re
God, who had expounded the law j Pelican. With which will you
for many years lor a strippling muster.
just out of his swadling bands, but'
who could boast of a glibtouguej TuE ehring sea trouble grows
and pleasing presence. In other i in magnitude. Secretary Biaine
words, with a popular stjle, minim, ' must recede from his "portion cr
profound, spiritual thinking. 1 war witb Enelaud may result.
! "In these days we see that the 1
! trend of the church committees,;
will bnnu the curt command : I
i 'Stand aside: t inn art not wanted '
because thou art old.' This is a I
stinging shanie, a buiniug dis-1
grace, would it oe too severe to
say a monstrous crime f Age, with
its experience, culture, wisdom and
ripened piety, ignored. Tho conse
quence is, that many, with hardly
any savings, burdened with the
infirmities of years, are turned
adrift to do the best they can, their
scant earnings, augmented by an j
'annual gilt,' th.it is an insult to
their manhood, doled out as chari-
ty. with, oftentimes, a parade so!
uueuoivc mail uuij luuac icuuucu
to the direst poverty will accept.
"It a man pledges himself to
work for the church, then the
church should fiud work for him,
and not turn him out to grass,
especially when the held is barren,
and therefore, affords no grazing !
l,Now, as in the church, so in the
State. Let us see. Germany has
taken the iuiative i ; the shelving
of Friuce Bismarck, who, now in
rtirt' state, can meditate upon
the scriptural teaching, which says :
Tut not your trust iu Princes.'
" hat would be said Ol knglaud
if she ignored the noble and eifted
Gladstone with his naif century ot
faithful service, and put Bradlaugh
in his place? What would be
thought of the New York Central
liaihoad if it put out the gifted
Chauncey M. Depew and set up in
his place a raw young laborer !
And, now coming more directly to
our boloved, good 'uld North State.'
what if our own noble hearted and
devoted Zeb. Vance, who has al-
ways responded to the calls of the
people, should by undue influences
be shelved and laid aside for
younger men! These are indeed
., . j ,u i ;a
perilous times, ana tne tendency is
to Autocracy. weneeu uiwic tuau
ever, nine, the men who 'have been
tried as by fire,' and who have
urnnd rim tt und cnmH out un-
i umcrcil flrav-n iinRtinns of eon
. atitutionul law, are springing up,
and heavy drafts may have to be
made upon Vattell and La 1 lace.
The test of genuine statesmanship
will have to be made, and in the
councils of the nation we will need
sound, experienced and courageous
.... . V . . . 1 1 . . . . T 1 . I . I . I. 1 I l 1 1 1 1 V 1 V Cl V
llltu, n uu vi vr y.ku ucj'cu'i upu
the maintenance Of the right under
all i.lrinmtvinw Vanfn han hppn
tried and never been
ing: lake care tuat
change a certainty lor an uncer-: njm into eternity he was attempting to
tainty. walk along an interior joist, near a
"Combinations are being formed shafting tht was making about two
for, ostensibly, material interests, 1 hundred revolutions permjnuts. for the
t ' t , , j' purpose of lixing a belt Khifter, when
and yet may it not be a hazardous ig over.alla came in coutaot Wlth a get
experiment, involving the possiblll- ecrew Gf the shafting, ar.d in en instant
tv of division among those who he was hurled round and round the
; were, aud but lor the experience,
ability, and sound discretion ol
sach ,ue a8 Vdnce liansom,
Brooks and many others, the ship
of State woaid h we foundered.
"Wake up, North Carolinians, to
- 1 the call ol the hour. Lay aside, at
least for the present, all personal'
consitU-rati jns and endeavor to
forul 1111,1 1 resent a united I run t 1 o
tne enemy, and let t nem Fee t hat
Whatever mav -. o n- ind i vidn!
, prefeienc. w'e cm and will main
i-aiu .i .-iuiiij, iii-aii !i , anu lgoious
' ,ln''i' -Uili i'lueld its abundant
- " " -' " i"v
' i j JVous libtVt v Ul" Com
1 ' ' '
ijo ernor nau the
riht to a-moint anv ind
' the bench to hold court inrdaeenf
i,ub ucuui lu ihmu i ouri iu place 01
Judge Shipp, recently deceased
rw r.',i i.i t.
Gov. Fowle appointed Judge Whit
aker to hold all courts which Judge
Shipp would have held.
says: The Democrats
Elanover have had notice served
on them that the Fanner's Alliance I
will unite with the Republicans if I" w""1" opment of the east-lead--
. 1 i em Negro, to illustrate his agricultural
, . . rU
i they wlil a(lopt tue IneaSQres of the
Alhanpp anil rhf. IV'timcr-itc fiil tn
i U0 It.
HIE sundry appropriation bill
has been reported to the Senate.
, ., . .
i ilie Din carries an l u creased aj) -
nrnimntin'ri hill nf nv.-r s:i aim cum
An appropriation is added of
70,000 for a light vessel at Fnirg
, Pan Shoals X. C.
R. A. CEEEE, au intelligent,
successful farmer and sound Deia
ocrat has been elected President of
the county Alliance of Mecklen
burg. The new President is not
in favor of the ub treasury bill.
The Progressive Farmer does
not represent the farmers of North
Carolina in its a',tack upon Sena
tor Vance. He de-erves their
1 friendship and confidence, for he
has never betrayed either.
"The Democratic Alliance man
who remembers that he is a North
Carolinian as well as au Alliance
not be enticed or driven
' into the Republican caravan."
Rev. B. F. Dixon, D. 1). ;iias
beeh elected President of the
Greensboro Female College to sue
cee 1 Dr F. M. Jones. Dr. Dixon
Terrific storms of wind, rain
and hail are reported from Indiana,
Michigan und New York. One
telegram reports over seven hun
dred lives lost.
f Under which flag! There a:e
. . . .
'-Senators PLumb, Cameron
aQ( Sherman, having interests in
the bJutu wlU PPose tue lorce
bill ou business principles.''
A movement is oq foot at Win
ston to remove large lithographic
works from New York to that
Hon. C. W.
McClammv for Congress,
China threatens to retaliate by
exclQding AmericaiJ8 fl0m the
THE Governor of Louisiana ve
toed the lottery bill.
On the 9h ins:, at 6.30 o'clock Mr.
A. li. White-Limb, acorupanied by hij
bride. Mis Maud-3 Quick, arrived in
Stonewall all safe, tin has nay best
wiohes, but the weather n awful hot.
There was never any hotter weather
for crops of all kitids. r.nd thecy are
surely utilizing it.
Zicb Swindell, u ten.iut of C. II.
Foler, his a crop of cotton that would
do y ou kooo-to look at. He had a bloom
tho21t of June, the earliest that has
been known with us.
The steamer Tahomi left us yesterday
to return no more, arid not a motile tear
was hhed, for the haa disappointed fully
aa rjj-iny as thy profited while she has
been with us. The shippers would be
pleased to have steam iraLBji station if
it was reliable, bHt such :if sho g ave u -
tho good Lord deliver ui
Tho9 who aie food of fUliing with
hook and line with us are having a
glorious time, oatchicg all they want
Gray trout, spot, sand porch, and once
; in a while, for a change, a flounder.
The Confedtrite Veteran Asoociation
me; on the four,111 aiit - agreeable to
ad lO'irnment, in Bay boro and re elected
Ja- g Lane presid-eDt for the
t yeari and y. T. Caho secretary. After
transacting what other business wan to !
be done, adjourned to meet the 15;b ;
day ot January, ismi, at tsayDoro
1 There are eomo 85 or 90 enrolled, and
1 there was not a single death among the
number during the past year. Wba"
healthy country can equal euch a
record 'i I am pleased to stnte tat our
people art; unusually hea.thy through
our entire county.
A Shocking' Fatality.
A shocking and fatal accident befell
, . T , 1 I . . . 1 V . " .
air. jonn t o titer wniis, itie liuuf I, at
the mills of the Neiise Lumber Com-
pany, ou the river
where he was
uear mm cny,
vesteaaav arternoon, wnere ne was
, ' , , . L i-
employed to do some work in his line
, At the time of the accident that hurltd
shafting, his left arm was torn com-
broken, all before the engin, could be
8toppedi although this was done almost
instantly. Goldsboro Argus.
Snow and Fmst in 'tw Hampshire,
Summit House, Mc. Washington, ,
N. H , July 10. The signal t-tation
thermometer indicates this morning I
twenty-five degrees above zero and the
tops of Mt. Washington are w jite with
snow and frost
Ilie Colored Fair.
Editoii Jolknal: The good ci.izeDS
of the town wt ie not tardy in tu rni ng
out last, Tuesjay. evening to hear the
spi-pchert i;i thp icterest of the Fair. The
o.'.;;'sion was indeed a lively out-: rtiid
if btionio'' eyei) and attentive liateumir
ai -au luLlication nt lnterent, we ui.iv
safely concludo that the people aro ia-j
Hocb. O'LIara. White and
liaey. ts well aa the active and peer-
!ea .Aloore, acdreefleu rr.e pressing num-b'-tf.
and by appealing to their interest
urii to their welfare chained them to
th,j ppot for nich three hours. Mr.
1 HiiBsey. with hi wonted enthusiasm.
clearly demonstrated to hia hearers the
""individuality of the undertaking.
I X ,niu' ?nd matchless Moore
with splendid eloquence and graceful
!Jie, showed to the people the benefl-
1eat sults which the institution of
F.urs bring to a country or a locality
while Messrs. White and O'Hara urged
rt ppectively the obliteration of section-
aharu, a unanimity of thought and a
unanimity of action. Mr. CKHara
knows no such word as "fail." He saw
t 'uocesH depicted in the countenance of
his hearers. He felt it in the very air
It is the purpose of thia Fair to exhibit
I w .w p -
status, and to give some evidence of hia
! mechanical skill. Fancy needlework
".and art decorations will be valuable;
adilitinna tn tho OThihifnr'a Btnnil I
Wo must work together with one j
common ai.n the success of the Fair.
,ucountiea have been heard from,
tney answer us tnat it tney can ue
factors to our success, success to that
."tent is already secured. We solicit
I the material encouragement of those I
, wbo are interested In Negro endeavor!
, and ,wh can appreciate the worth of j
w,. ucc.u. uu.vry.
VY. H. LIAMCIl'UKl.
Ked Hot Times in South Carolina.
(-Olumbia, S. C. July 9 The moet
I important meeting of the South Caro
I liua campaign was held in Sumter
today. This ia the home of Earle, the
candidate opposed to Tillman. In or-
der to insult Earle and capture the
j meeting for Tillman, 1,000 men were
! taken into Sumter by special train
from other counties. They were organ
j izad and instructed to prevent Earle
I from speaking. The meeting, however,
j was strongly Eirle. Oapt. Tillman had
a moderately fair hearing. Ue was
frequently interrupted, but was able to
I deliver his speech.
j When Earle was introduced a scene
i began. Lie faced the howling mob for
a half hour before being able to say a
word. The howlers were massed in
I front of the Btand. The supporters of
i Esrle finally charged upon the body.
I ?.ro.Te emont. and took possession o f
vucn kiuuuu. .ua row bliu uuutmuiUK
on the outside the mob was again
charged, and the ringleaders were
dragged off the ground and locked up.
Daring this time there was several
flghta. and pistols were drawn. A
general fight with firearms was expect
ed. After the arrest of the rioters the
meeting wai Earle's. It was one of
the few serious defeats Tillman has
The State Convention, Weduteday,
August 20th, at Ralegh.
riSTKICT JUDICIAL CONVENTIONS.
The First District Judicial Conven
vention meets at Edenton, Tuesday,
The Second District Judicial Conven
tion meets at Weldon, Wednesday,
The Eighth Judicial District Conven
tion meets at Lsiington, Thursday,
The Tenth District Judicial Conven
tion will meet at Lumberton, Thursday,
The Eleventh District Judicial Con
vection will meet at Lincolnton, Thurs
day, August 14th.
Tho Third Csagresional District
Convention meet' at Clinton. Weiines
day, July 23i.
Tne Fourth Congressional District
Convention meets at Durham, Thurs
day, July 24th.
The Sixth Cengre esional District Con
vention meets at Laurinburg on Tues
day, Jnly 29th
The Seventh Congressional Conven
tion will meet at Salisbury, Friday,
Sain Jones on Tnblic Men.
Mounesvillf:, V. Vs., July 6. Rev.
Sam Jones addressed an immense au
dience at the prohibition camp grounds
today, touching up quite a number of
National characters in the course of his
remarks. Of -United State Senator
Matthew Stanley Quay, of Pennsylva
nia, he said: "Talk about wickedness.
Look at Matt Qday. There you find it
personified. Unless he repeats he'll go
where the fire dieth not.7'
Turning his attention to President
Harrison Mr. Jnes said: "He's small.
I saw a picture of him under his grand
father's hat a fnw days ego. They
might have put the whole Harrison
family under the hat and still have
had lots of room. "
The R;v. Mr. J irif s eulogized ex-
President On ver Clevt lnd in pictures-
que language, saving at one time:
There's a man with a backbone as big
aa that pillar the:e. If he hadn't so
much spine he might have been Presi-
Some Colored Kickers.
Charlotte, N. C, July 9. John H.
WiiliamKon, a leading negro politioian
at Raleigh, has sent out letters to lead
ing negroes all over thia State, agitat
ing a call of a race 8tate convention at
Raleuh in August. The letter was sent
to a prominent negro here who endorses
the irchecne and says that many negroes
here agree with him. Tne letter says
the appointinx power of the national!
administration has discriminated
against our race: the same power has
attempted to degrade our prominent I
men by putting them in menial poei- j
tions. and the attitude of wbito Repub
lican leaders towards our rac9 is such !
aa to indicate that thev no longer de- i
I aire our suoDort. exceot as Bervile tools
Dinof' (er hBell's Jewelry Store,
Washing ton, July 8. Secretary
Noble late this afternoon received the
following dispatch from Superintendent
Houtelle at the ilamiuoth Hot Springs, i
Wyoming, which seems to indicate the j
outbreak of a volcano in that region. I
The following dispatch, just received j
from Morris' Basin:
"At 4 13 p. m. there was a severe!
earchauake. followed by a terrible roar
and upon investigation it was proved
: " ; '
j that the geyser called JNew C rater htd
e -- -r
I f steam, Btonta and water aoout two
hundred feet in circumterence, and to
tl.a homlvlfvf ulinnt nnnhiinilr.il orJ
twenty-five feet, and shaking the whole
b.iein around the vicinity. " 1
About Winston. i
Winston, July 8, A movement is on
fcot here to remove large lithographic ;
works from New York City to this '
place. The company will push an ex
tensive business throughout the South.
The first dirt was thrown today for
the erection of the Davis Military
School buildings which are to be very
(Jen. t'lintou K. Fisk Dead.
New Yobk. July 9 General Clinton
B. Fisk died at his residence in this city
tbis morning, aged C2. from a second
attack of the grip. He was the presi
dential candidate of the prohibition
party at the last election.
! L C. Li d
Tin- lvaxnn K AliAM S
MlCliOiit; KH.I.Kli is
the must woiideri u!
meiiicinc, : - 1 . -: 1 1 : .- - it
has nf-vpr lui;i"l in Riiy
iustauct-, ll' iu:iltr
wlmt t hi- '1 i-c its. . f run.
LEPROSY to 'b.. smu
pltst dit :ise ki!i.v;i t,
the liumnn sv-tt-:ii . i
Thf wcic titific uieri l
today claim and prove that evfry disi i-
CAUSED BY MICROBES,
Radam's Microbe Killer
Exterminates the Microbes and driven
them out oi the system, and when that i
done yon cannof have an aeheor pain. No
matter what the disease, whether a simple
cage of Malaria Fever or a combination ol
diseases, we cure them all at the same time,
as we treat all diseases codkiUu t ioim i I v.
Asthma Consumption, OfttAri )
Bronchtg, Itlieumatism, lv ul
ney and Liver I)iBcae, . liills
and Fever, Female Troubles
in all its forms, and, mi fact,
every Iigeasc knovtn t the
Beware of Fraudulent ImiUtians
Hee that our trada-ilark (same us m
appears on each jug.
Send for book "History of tln Mu-i
Killer,'' given away by
R. J. GOODING,
Comer Pollock and Middle S: .
m30 dwly enrm New Berr.e, N.
J. H. ORABTKEE.
JOHN H. CEABTREE & CC
Founders and Machinists
Manufacturers and Dealers in
ENGINES AD mil m' SUPPLIES
Billdtri of Engine. Boiler.
aw nin. lodging a rot-orr rncitin
Wears prepared todoUitlngaor till fclrnV
Partlcnlar and lininodlts attention t'lven
to repal 6 of all kinds
We will be elad to grl ve plans anil Kl'.ma: ;
for any Josoilptloii or luaoblr.i ry .
We are the agents for tue Bale of tut- A mtir
loan Saw. Also for O. A A. Hs-rgainlrrg cele
brated Indestructible MIch Valves,
We glvo Sdt iBfaotory guarantee rrr all w..rk
dono bv n ly2Jrli!aw wis
MWIIiaUW 2tv Wis
AND DEALERS IN !
All Kinds of Grain, Erick and 1
EW DEIINK, N. U
GREEN, F0Y & CO..
Do a General Banking business.
New Banking House,
Middle Street, fourth door below Hote
Tuldwly WK XV BERNF. N t.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
As agents for owners we oftVr f.-.r hulc on
easy aad accommodating ti nis Hi- Inilnw
lug d escribed improved Ki-ul KR'.utc ,11 id.
No. 4. THE IKON KKON1' WAKKllol sf
ON uKAVtN HTREK'f.
No. 5. BKIC'K NTOKK AND 1 1 W h 1 .1.1 N .
ON CRAVEN (STREET occupied l.j !!. . E.
A full description of this valuabU prot i-r
ty, together with the best terms upon wiilcn
tne same will be sold, k II be furnl"! pi!
application lo the undersigned at u.c li oillc.
i nHouth Front street.
Two Houses and L,ots ou Orav.-n m ree;
A Farm at Sandy Point.
WATSON A HTKKKT,
decfl dwtf Ins. and Heal liBUU. At-'U.
VAMABLE TRUCK LAND FOR SALE
About FORTY ACRES CLEARED LAND,
si' nated within two miles of the city, suit
ble for truck raising. A great bargain.
mavis Kea! Est. Acmts.
OUR LINE OF
Is the Largest and
Most Artistic ever
in this City.
I We olT-r specinl d ri w TYm..riow.
g fiL THE JEWELER.
, . . . -
v 1 T I t 1 i
UreeiiSDoro Jremale uoiicge,
OREENSBOHO. N. '.
Tho Seventy-(irst SeFtdon of this ell
known institution will hegin on the
27th Lay ol" Aufinst, 1SJK)
In addiiiun to thorough instruction in
the Literary Course, special ad vantnt es
are offerod in the departments of In-
etrumental and Vocal Music, Elocution,
Art, and Physical Training.
For Catalogue apply to
T. M. JONES.
GRAND OPENING !
I UNDER "HOTEL ALBERT."
Every reader of the Journal ought
to keep time and join the prooeHsiou io
tho above-named splendidly appoint! d
Jewelry Store, whore you will find a
new stock of Watches. Oicckn and Fine
Jewelry, at prices that defy compe
tition. Having moved to tha nbvo elegantly
furnished store, will be pleased to serve
all my oia patrons and the put lie gen-
Repairing a f-p;ciiltT. Our
workshops being more Hpcious mil
fl..J ,u !..,.. ; J ... ...:,.
" p m-.. o .u
I Ol WOfll Willi EealilffiS HIUl O 1H 1 n I ( 1 1
i. A.BRYAN, Pres. L II. II TiF.li.
G. U. ROBERTS, tu.liier.
THE NITIOAl B
OF NEW BERNE, N.
DIKE. T liS
Jas A I lit Y an
L H I'LTl.tlt
i'llnMA? 1 lAMEli.
( has H. Hkyan,
Htl.-t-t. OppO(t0 BftptUt
?. 31. PELLETIER;
i f 1 1 . i , i; Y AT I- A W .
.St., two door
A tetilly tnple In negotiating kuUUl
Iixnn for i-! i oi l li tro-
Will I'l-aril.-c in the C'onntleaor Oravan, Oar-
U-n-l, .Ioiu h, ini:iiw uad Pamkloo. .
i rtnit... i
Mtiiun Cimrt at New Bora, aiut
i "! ('oUilorUlO HtHt.
Manly & Guioja;;;;.
A'fi OUNIA'H AT In
Offico 2d tloof of Orerta, FOJ1 Si Co.'b
bank. Middle street. New fBexam,'S.C.
Will nrar.tir.A in tha rnnWi r.9 Tmwam
i and ad joiniBg counties, io thBSnDremi
i urt of the State, and ia tb rdral
F. M. SIMMONS. . EL-U titBBO.
f Simmons & Gibbs
! ATTORNEYS AT iW,
1 Will prerMfoe In the counties oTCravin.
Jon-t . Ontdow, Otmerct, Pfttaalitto.
1ctKar r.mi lljde, nu.d in the Federal
! Courts. . ' i
i OHico on Craven utreet, oextvdoor
b. low J.i itNr. oflioe. eplSdwlf
Br. J. D. Clark,'
NEW BBRNByN. O.
Oilic.M.ii cravfii ntret, between foHdfck:
anil HroaiJ. W
A Fine Linn of thfn t
Barringkn & Baxter'!.
.'..!, lLO .
A 1 !..-, l irge lot of SAMPLE J4XT8
at New York cost.
Se.i Our Stock of NecteAT.
of CLOTHING, grjtd nd
DS nt '.:. iid
d::y (iOQDS at
Barring ton &- Baxterls.
prl d wif
j lUvifg jlrit
; of the
at a ( i KF T J EDUCTION, will SJ1
New York Cost, POSITIVELY.
t"-: CALL EARLY.
ItL II. SULTAK, Agt
BERTS & 8R0.
! WHOLKHALK PEALEKS W
GROCER I r,?., PROVISIONS
I Dry 'vtO'hI- , L'.iu.s aui Shoes.
! W.- II 1-l.fit'R .In. . ii,Y,t., the killl
i iti Mirt.nri
'v'. t .v.' in Hi i-if n l'l(: rillpplyof
j W(;:,i India Molasse.st
: which we in,.) dutrt from the Wem
i I ni ief .
I live Urt ii (jv-.lj and hi e our priOM.
ROBERTS (fc BRO
South Front street, -
&T W, job (iail & Ax's and Loril-
ard 's Snuff
1'it. Hi-mi'hkkys" si-kcikios are sclentlflealfy ftlkA
(-ri7r-.il I v Ti juiri'd prescriptions ; tued for mmnj
v-:irs Iu prl vali- ivructlw with bu(-xw(,and foTOTer
ihlrt v ycarv. ii.cil ItT tho people. F-Tery Rtt)frW8pa
( ill.- is'a si -el:! I ciirt f.vr the dlseoMe naiued.
'iliese SiM-cillCR cure vlthout druggltiK. MDf
!nv vr reducing ihe system, mid ar.lii fact and
ii.-vd tlie so erelau rc medics ot the VV arid.
UST OF riUNniTAI. NOS. CTJRKS.
t Fever. Cmitestlon. lnllanimatlon.
M Woruic, Wv.rm Fever, Worm Colic ,
3 (TTiiiip Colic, .vtT. ethlnKof InfanU
4 Jia.rrnea, of Ohiidreu or Adulta
t Cholera Blorbos, VoinlUng
I 7 Coombs, Cold, Bronchitis
1 S Neui-Hluin, Toothatlie, Faceaehe
!) jlcudacheu, skk Headache, Vertigo
10 l)yM-pMin, Bilious Stomach
; 11 KupuresHird or eniiiful I'crioda.
I 11 Vllltes, tool'rofiise Periods. ..i .r
1 :j Croup, (JoiiKh. 1'ifflctilt Breathing ...
j 11 f-nlt l he u in, Erj sipelas, Ersptlons.
' 1.5 Ilheu inu I im, Khemnatle Pains
i IU Yever and A tue, ( hills, Uaiarla .. .
17 Piles, llltiid or Uleedinir
li I niarrb, Influenza, Cold In the Head
1 'lO Whoopincr Cough. Violent Ooufths.
ieiiernl lelilii v ,1'byalcal Weakaeai
-- i. i.in.. -
n ni7ui.ni.rv . (rii)inr. ijiiious (joiio... .
NrrvouH I(?bility ......l.
I SO l Hoary Weak iiosh, Wettlnlt Bed.,,
: 3i I)iHCa-.enol'lbcIIeart,Palpltatlonl.
sr. hi by Pmg(tixtv. or sent postpaid on reoelpt
of jirico. Hit. HUMPiiHKVS' MiNtil. (144 Mcea)
richly bound In cloth and gold, mailed frefy.
H uiiiphreys' WediclneCo.niB Fnlton St. N Y.
All of the above medicines arVfor
ale nt tho drug stores of F. S. Duffy
an.1 li. Berry, Middle street, New
Berno. N. C.
Buckeye Mowing Machines.
Hay I.'ums, CJriv'n Cradles,
lies lc tit ;. Feed C'ntters,
iai:iii;n; cokn siiKt-LEBS
l-nvi( lowrH, 'ultlvator,
A !! ll
t i nil Line ol IIurHIwftrcn
-rii ultuml Implement
J. C, WHITTT L CO.
PAlriTi, OILS, &C.--SAW MILL SUPPUES
Atlantic & N. 0. Railroad,
Pa ssenofr Department,
Ni liKKMt, June 1st. 1880.
Thrciijh raten of fare," round' trip
tick.'ti.. 1 1 . mi mupon elationa bolow to
poiniH 1. .111 (1 on the W. M, KalUOMI,
seasin if 1 W1 .
Juni 1 id spt
(ioo 1 for return
().-t. :i!-t. lu(Jn.
Tickets on aalti frotm
30. 1800, iocloMV.
pHHsage on or bcov
Mof- nut on
Did Fort ....
Klai-k HI 'in
A siiev il le. ..
ill 2' 812.50 S11.10
. ir io i:i.8.r 11.95
. 1(1 4o 14 10 13.30 12.TO
. 17.00 15.2.1 18.85"18.M
. I7.fr 1V0 14.W 1S.90
. lJ.ir 17 40 lfl.00 16.40
S. L DILL, Q. P. A.