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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, AUGUST
181 iiif t tiif si I
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1 JSTETSJU- E
MALE A1N JL
FALL 8K88ION: Openi
COURSE OF STUDY.
SUPERIOR ADVAMTAQES for tha ttndj ot ART. VOCAL and IN3TRC
' i jjQgL and Ralijious advantages aoaurpinsod.
EXPENSES very low. Boarding facilities good.
SPECIAL in ducemenn to indigent elude nts
JOHN B 1X3U. L.L. I), aaya: --Learattug
a4 PtofrMa ara- i a:e iir J of the
Jtov Bum CoUalaU laatltote, and li ia an
MMBMl to iHttn Hart Carolina."
- G. T.
MIS3 MARY L. ALLS 4, 8smry.
Yl F ami ailBtm
4 ruUXt mm taaM aalaat tettacoa aaaw mmt prto
a Jaawa lua at taw ta hi nvr raayaVaaal ta tka ato wktcfe few jtmisowm ro
- UBmi attcaarUa trniata ttfoawS try apaa roa wfll ba iiailaunl tba we do not exagxrmte.
O Malta aHilaal a wmt H fcaa 4 l naa was haitaaa ear ayaten of tmatnoM are unable to
eTATiTTS 7iTTTITTSfcCOu, 41 IdneolnSt Boaton, Mass.
. . ruxju ijom w ax xmorm shou vok siu by
J. 'h: HO WABD Pollock St., New Berne, N.C.
Atlantlo t N. C. Railroad
fllC TJJLLM It; SO
la Kfic i)0 A.K.. Wadrdar, Jul
Bohxxhtu. Qoora Wnr,
Ooidaboro 1180 mm
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-ayUaalata aa Wataoai Train Croat tba
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rraiar aaaaaata with WUnUacV n aa4
WaMoa-Tiiaai Fralexht Traia. North
, fcaoad; laartaa tioldabora at M p.-.
rlti rti i . S. L. Dill,
i Atlantic L N. C. Railroad.
I, , 7iiflBaeia PefabOTest.
Twoagbv rata of if ara, yaaad '. trip
- tfciha; iroaaaoapoat -atJoro ootaay to
- poteta aaiaad aaj tb W. M. C. Baltioad,
aaok-4V 4S9QC Tieaaaa oa aaU from
am'lHd' 80" IS), taelottva.
Ooa-S for rota r a aaaaaxa oa ot kafora
- Oct. 8lK. 1990. l' -
' "tlfckaij 114.85 $18.80 4ll-0 10.50
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cauti yw, i?eT as:
1 aw kw eeea tit nn auteaaw w
r. L. DOUGLAS
Flaw Cmir aaal I.ml WWTrMt ria.
Ti7 u dam Six wklra. Mniwinh aarlf.
'mjttk 'I via.
tOdtdjar - rit U taa -aadar tnm
njarilkwii't o-ii' if (T 1 aMU aaat4tl
mmd tae rerat i
Hit Mlddl 8U.
I I I I k V t
Mb. aL'- M f OR
aaa. "av r - -
f nor. Polloek
September 8th, 1890.
ADAMS. A. P. , Principal.
S3 & S4-SH0ES
ovr laMa tnuimel goods t'
sr to work o kap within HkIh ..f
Haaa a4 Bfeo acccmllm Krrynnr arvxl.
plainly on lh (ole. Tour
bja Aota( to; If 70Q do not Leila-, ume
a larfar profit.
r Iba wa ara bow able to amrm that
hnrBMWim Iil0 Uneat man a fx-tora-i La the
BI4 fcy wi4e awake retailer te ell eerte
ta mar State oc Terrttotr if 7cu will
Dfi. G. E. BAGBY, .
Offioo, Middla Itreet. oppoaite Baptist
dac3 dwtf NEWBEEN. N. o
P. H. PELLETTER,
ATTOIINJGY AT JL. A W ,
' AND MOSPY BKoKKi:
Orarcn St., two doora South ot
t aoael&lVr tnade
In nego'.lailu .
loaoa tor abort tlmu.
Wul nnpttoa In tna Conntlea 01 ' j-
trev. Jonea. Ooalow and Pamlico.
United Btatoa Coon at rew berne. anO
Boprama Ousrt of tbe Mtata. fcbl dtf
CLUOOT XAJfLT. O. 13 QUIJ
Manly & Guion,
ATTOltMSYH AT LAW,
Offioa 3d floor of Gren, Foy & Co. 'a
bank, Middle street. New Berne, N C.
Will nraitin in thn iv-mrtji nf Cmvn
and adjoinlaK countiea, in the Sapreme ,
Court of the State, and in the Federal
r. k, BoofONa.
n. L. OI3BS.
Simmons & Gibbs,
ATTORNEYS' AT LAW.
Will practice in the coo Mi re of Craven,
Lenoir and Hyde, and in the FeJrai ,
Office on CrarPD street, next door
below JOUKSAL Office. apl3dwtf
Dr. J. D. Clark,
1EW.BEKXE, N. C.
Office on Craven itrret, between l'u.:o 1
aa4 Broad. aw
A Fine Lice of them at
Barrington & Baxter.
Also, a large lot
at New York cost.
of 3 MFI I". HATS
See Our Stock of N'-.ckw ar.
Full lino of OLO rtUNi i
DKY (lOOD- at
g on & '
ic 1 wi ;
Aa atfcuia .t i.wi.t
eaay and ace leini.ti ,i
lug I eacrltel iinj.-i..
v, f on,
L- 1 I T 1
mr a o or.
i- 1. tin
So. 1. THK lll i.v KK
ON oKAVr.N iTKr
"JO. S. HHlOK -1UKS.
A full flmrli,l"' 01 . , !
f, toettjel w.tli h- 0
ame wii. t'- o vi 1
ppllrati '!: ! O'e i-i.-1.--i I
USoiiLli mil -1 : 1 , I
A i -
Two tljua ai.d I x t - o 1 1 ra
A Farm al saviJy 1'uait.
W A I'ei iN .v
Kr I 1.
(XcA (Jwif Lun anii K
711' CABLE TRUCK LAND FCH SALE
A boot FORTY A CKES I'l.EAKKH lM),
tltaated within t-wo ml'.eg of the c'.ty.sult
ble for tract: railing A great bargain.
marl WA1af&u auU
5 JTTTPOjg, ?
Tiif.uk is little or no probability
of the Election bill becoming a law
before the fall elections.
OrK esteemed couternporay, the
a a. 1 . ....tif-.-.'.. in nnnniont U
being laid aside for
This will be a great year for
American farmers, provided the
McKinley V bill does not pass.
Good crops in the United States
and nearly the whole outside world
suffering poor crops.
Dispatches' received from
Luenos Ayres announce that the
Government has put down the
rebellion, and grants general
amnesty to all persons who took
part in the insurrection which broke
The New York Herald's corres-'
pondent under date of July 21) says
that Lloars humiliation was com
Aiiama cuiiBiiiuuuu, io oio.cuuj i 1UK laisvme uourier-j ouruai people exposed oeiore aaotner more words: 'Will a Democratic con
ambitious to be known as the Mail 8aye: "A putrid Congress in a hot j fiendish comes fiom the secret vention ratify this trade 1 Will it
and Express of the South. . summer i extremely bad for the i chambei of the inquisition to make allow Judges of the Supreme Court
The river and harbor bill will be j health of the nation." j shipwreck of our hopes and jo be handed over to a foreign corpo.
taken up in the Senate August 8th ; THE Force bill was getting along i "change this paradise into a hell.'' ration by a. , ing politicians, as a
and pressed to a determination, the j splendidly till it collide with an- I Hut the conspiracy of wnich we reward for political support .' Has
plete. He conld not get a hearing j ,CJ are a 8triking commentary on
for the Election bill iu the Kepnbli-tbe ,ecent pan-American argument
can caucus, and the bill was left totonchipg arbitration.
die the death of inanition
Tiik Sixth ConjTTesfiional District
Convention nominated S. B. Alex
ander as the successor ot Mr. Row
land. W. II. eal, Esq , was made
chairman of the Executive Com
mitteo, which means a well planned
camp iigu and energetic work.
A i.ittlk more of the "thorough
business methods of the House of
Representatives, as now constitated
and conducted," and this Govern
ment would cease to be a Govern
ment of the people, by the people,
and for lite people. New York
The Democratic ,'papers of the
State very generally express regret
that Mr. Simmons declines to be a
candidate for Congress before the
nominating convention. If when
the convention meets Mr. Simmons
is nominated with practical unan
imity, be will not and cannot de
cline the nomination.
That fiery patriot, Col. Shepard,
warns the South through his paper
that if she kicks up any racket over
the force bill a million men from
the North wilt swoop down on her
and cleau things up. lu that event
it is needless to remark that this
valiant warrior at long range would
not be among the swoopers. Wil
ALL ofiices voted for this year
are important, but Democrats
shonld especially make sure of the
Legislator. Vance, our great
leader, has been attacked. His
term expires with this CongreBS,
aiul the Legislature that is to Choose
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nia successor is io oe eiecieu inia
summer. Let us be sure that Vance
is elected his own successor.
Tue Washington Post says:
'The Davenport force bill in all
probability will never become a law
The industrial system of the South
will never become subjected to the
strain it would inevitably impose.
The gradual settlement of the race
question will not be handicapped
and set back by such unwise and
short sighted legislation."
Ax anonynous circular charges
Governor Eowle Jadge Clark and
Col. Andrews with a disrespectable
deal. This ia intended to injure
J ude Clask. and defeat his nomi-
nation in the approaching State I
Convention. We do not propose
to champiorf Judge Clark, but we !
despise such a mode of attack, and ;
we trust that the News vV Observer j
or the State Chronicle will take j
this m.itter up and present it in its ;
A stkamku has arrived at Mar
neilles, France, from Buenos Ayres I
1: h 1 1'ilU n-tni tiin emigrauts on
iiM.iiii l'i-e t-;iv 1 li ft r it was im-
p, .-;! 1 i- in, 1 1.. 111 Oi liiid employ-;
mcnt, and t tut 1 he laud is all taken
up or held at hih prices. They j
would have starved if thej' had re-!
mained louder in the country. Now '(
if these people had come to North
Carolina, or to any part of the sunny
Sjuth, they would have found land
in abundance and a home among a
genial and hospitable people.
jie. iiiuti!.i,wuii ui late OI
li ayes be lore his
want to return to
a Uoosier farm
andjook after setting hens like his
di8tingnil e 1 predecessor. 1 nstead,
h- is s iv in- all he c making as
much .,- he cn by .s eculating in
Und and u..ng his mii (nice to
l;'lill it. allll lie IS pOl'ketil! all
moults tnat are tendered Ulrn in!
tlie shape nl (Vipe May cottages,
'rips" tor i;ii-il 1 n e.-,t 111 en t, and
antbmg else that is oll'eied.
ONLY thirtv Neai ago letidalism
of tiic worst kind prevailed in
Japan. At that time a reform
established the rule of the -Mikado
and overturned the feudal regime.
Now, by the elections of the present
month, a new government, in the
form of a constitutional monarchy, '
has been set up. Thus rapidly has
the power of ihe people asserted
itsell in that Oriental Und. Dem-:
C'rV? 1V11'rea,dmg throuShout th!
wori.i. iut tiay oi Kings ana.
tiueeus princes aud lords is fast
1 raising away .-New York Star.
"President Harrison would
doubtless consider it a good idea
to sell the South and use the pro-
i.eeeds for pensions."
I tW T 'II 1 t .1
other farce called pnblic sentiment.
TnETevolationary movement is
epeading rapidly at Buenos Ayres
and it ia probable that the Govern
ment will be overthrown.
Mrrn rfn,la nn th irPt her
during the next two months. The'
j tember are big with re8ults for our
I VT CttkUDl UUllUg AUgUOL .1 M
New Berne's needs are many,
oui jvew cerrie 8 possiouuies re,
Uiuai LCI lurui tu. uui in lunc
be a little effort, and the demand
and the supply will meet.
Thb talk of war in North America,
and the revolution in South Aiuer-
Thk town of Wallace, Idaho, in
the great mining district, has been
destroyed by fire, causing a loss of
half a million of dollars and render
ing fifteen hundred people home- !
CHEAT cousteruatiou is said to !
prevatfiu Guatemala over the news
of the two disasters to. her army, j
Besides this a revolutionary upris- !
I ing has taken place in Chinmulagi,
I "Rtthtnkss hfnrA rvilitics '' as the
merchants, manufacturers and the
capitalists of the North remarked
when tbey entered their protests
against the Federal election bill.
is still gaining laurels. It is ad
mitted that Mr. Bayard managed
the Behring Sea controversy wisely,
and the hope of escaping war with
England is dependant upon getting
the matter where Bayard left it.
Feom the tone of oar Virginia
exchanges we conclude that there
isjbnt oneopinion among Democrats
in the Old Dominion as to the
effect of the passage of the force bill,
and that is a solidification of the
white people in opposition to
THE Richmond Dispatch says:
"Congress seems disposed to
quarantine the lottery business.
This is more creditable to the ma
jority than undertaking to dragon
nade one section of the country for
the benefit of the Radical party
and plunderers of the poblio Treas
ury. IIkney M. Stanley's first ap
pearance in New York will be In
behalf of charity. The proceeds of
his first lecture will go to the Fresh
Air and Convalescent Home at
Summit, N. J., The lecture will
take place November 11. in the
Metropolitan Opera House, and
will doubtless be a brilliant event.
Behind the tariff bill is the force
bill. In the concern of the Repub
licans for the fate ot the former is
included that of the latter. All
that Democratic members can do
is to do their best. They under
stand the situation better than the
public at large, and, we are sure, i
not be found wanting in reso-
lutiou and sagacitv. Richmond
Toe Norfolk Virginian sajs:
Senator Daniel, iu a telegraphic
expression to the Richmond Dis-
patch of his views on the passage
of the proposed Force bill iu the
Senate, says to the people: "Keep
cool anil quiet; an exposure of its
provisions, and appeals to justice,
interest and commou sense are onr
policy '' As the Dispatch very
correctly remarks: ''In aptness,
terseuess aud vigor we have seen
uothing on the subject to equal
TUK News and Observer says:
The withdrawal of Hon. F. M. Sim
mons from the Congressional race
will be much regretted. Mr. Sim-
mons has done well in CoDgress,
j ftnd hls Democratic friends in the
1 district have had everv reason to
t v,: Q 11i
I w i i uuu ui mm aa tucii icpivcniui-
Uvp He js a man oftabiHtv and
integritV) a man who 8peaks well,
vUo tjiDk8 correctly and a maQ of
inforiIiatiori. We regret very
muca to 8ee uim ieave Congress.
' llnl l.la run on o clnliiirii rri.-n
. U W U IO Vf0J UE3, V iov. ' I .Ik 1 l. gltll,
are good. He and the News and
Observer stand together. What-
ever others may do, we shall not
be cau9e of offense. Offences may
come. Oar people may become
divided and drift apart. Evil may
I overtake the white people of our
eastern counties; but if so, it will
be despite our efforts, for like Mr.
Simmons, we think that a matter
of the chiefesf, the deepest and the
gravest concern. Mr. Simmops re-
tires so that there may be no fric-
tion on his account. vVe regret the
circumstances which lead him to
hi8 concision, while applauding
patriotic action, and hia resolve
tosnbordinate hia ambition to party
A I'RE.lT CONSPIRACY,
Tlie caption of this article does
not with certainty indicate the
purpose of the wnter. This is the
day of conspiracy. Scarcely is one
plot against the liberties of the
are about to speas, anu winch nas this great State fallen so low, that
been designated as the great con- 8be obejs the commands and car
spiracy, is the plot to Africanize ries out the orders of a servant of a
the Stafes of South Carolina, Mis-; Virginia railroad! Do the can
sissippi and Louisiana, and deliver ventions of the Democratic party
them to the despoils bound hand only meet to record his decrees?
. Ann ,0"
ur tJil tlt. n tf'cut 1'i.n'n i'H
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nas lately been held in Wasinng-
1011 Cit,y w,hiCh l)udU'
were the 'Jeading spirits. "At this
conference it was plainly
that there was no hope of carrying
, : .i;,...!,,. ;n .t.
enougn i itngressionai (lisincr in me
jNoriuern stares io secure couiroi,
of the next Houe of Itepresenta.
tives." Dudlej's language to his
associates at this meeting was:
There isn't salt enough iu the sea
to make Indiana Republican this
It was urged by Dudley and Keed
that the salvation of the Republi
can apart y depended upon gaiuing
con t red of some of the Southern
States, and it was determined to
concentrate efforts on three States,
South Carolina, Mississippi and .
LontHiana. With the help of the
force lull it is 1 clieved by these
desperate leaders that uot only the
congressional i epresentatives but
the electoral votes can be obtained dates, aud pour oil on '.lie tumbled
by the Republicans, aud their sue-1 waters of disappointed office
cess in 1S92 assured. seekers.
If three States have beeu se-! The approaching convention will
Iected by the conspirators as their ' understand its duties, and will
battle-ground, we do not regret that! represent North Carolina iu its
South Carolina, Mississippi and i declaration of principles and nomi
Louisiana have been chosen. Tliej1 j nations for office.
stand before the world challenging! If Judge Clark is considei ed ;;tuej;--
the admiration of mankind. 'right man in the right place, ' he measure from conflict of opinion
Whenever South Carolina, Mis-j will be nominated without leave ! "'jng tha tidewater people ihem
. ' . .selves, almost all the legislation rb the
sissippi and Louisiana have met asked of any man. matter has been empirical, confused,
the States of the North, whether on Integrity, capacity, and loyalty j unproductive of the des red re-
' , ,, ' . , ,. '. . .. I suits. The time has now come, how-
the field of battle or in the nobler ; to i ight at all times is t he sesame ; evt,r wLen there j(J bnt Uttle divi3r.
contests of mind the stars ot the that admits to high stntion in North j geuce of view among the men of the
,, , , various branches of the oyster business,
Southern constellation have shone i Carolina. n(1 when a juflicious State policy for
iu beauty and glory in a sky Mimin rpvTBiiiiTniv the maintenance of the oyster industry
, . , f; L r. l kaliaai lu.i. in Virginia is impatiently demanded by
ous wua wciu.,. n
accord with the lessons of ex
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perince nor wun me puuosopuv oi
civilization to estimate the power
of the white men of South Carolina, I
Mississippi and Louisiana by mere!
numbers as usually computed.
There one man is as a thousand, j
and single households are as in-j
vincible battalions. Just look, if
you please at the reconstruction
period. South Carolina, Missis-;
sippi and Louisiana wre bound!
hand and loot, but the hour of
destiny came they broke their
bands as Sampson burst the withes ;
that bound him. Some men seem
to have no memories. If theroisj
wisdom in the words of Patrick
Ilenry, "I know no way of judging j
the future but by the past," South !
Carolina, Mississippi and Louisi-j
ana are safe, eternally safe !
But we conless to a measure of
sadness in reading the following
paragraph taken from an article in
the National Democraft'on this very
"Harrison is an active supporter
ot the new movement ana is doing
all that he cf., do through patron- j
age to help it aiong. Both he and
Reed are looking with greatest
t lie Farmers' Alliance
movement .mil are encouraging , u.e
can, urnl 1 uirt if ;i
UHW I 11 IO I ta LKt -a. t
han been deter umieil th.tt wherever
the Alliance movement is f'ouud to ;
k.i;i .i,u p 1,1 ;n nartv Al.
henetit the KepuDlican part Al
iliance men shall have the local.
ofliceM. lu dozens of counties in
. " ..x.. u, " " -
y0ut h 'arolina, every postmaster
recently appointed by Uarrison is
a member of this secret organiza
tion which is actively opposed to
the Democratic party."
Vo pods, this doth amaze me !
What! Harrison, Keed and Dudley
at the head of the Alliance and
making it "actively opposed to the
Democratic party!" TheD, in-1
deed, are we of most men most!
miserable ? l?ut we do not believe
it. The farmers of the South will
not be destroyers of their native
SHOULD OUR JUDGES BE
A I'POINTED J"
'How (should our judges be ap
pointed ?" is the caption of a
circular, now being sent out from
Raleigh, without date or siguature.
It is not what 11 professes to be,
but is an attack upon Governor
Fowle, Judge Clark and Col. A. 1?.
InilruKu for tht IinrnriSflof dp.
1 11.11 V - ' " - J I "
feating the nomination of Judge
Clark to a place on the Supreme
Court bench by the approaching
Democrat ic State Convention. We
condemn t he circular because it has
no responsible author.
The time has not jet come when
the reputation ol high officials or
the character ot private citizens
can be destroyed by malignant
shots tired from masked batteries.
Who is this assailant? Whoever
he may be it is evident that he is
not willing to throw his name iu
the scales wit h Fowle, Andre ws and
Here is the bold challenge of an
. , IT , .,, ,
unknown kuight. He boldly charges
' FjwIp, Andrews ana uiarK witu
having in ,. le an "infamous trade-'
by which FowU- was rniule Gov-
-nor and CI.uk .Judge. Andrews
being chief manipulator as the
agent of a foreign corporation,
The circular concludes with these
1)0 Democrat if conven'ions meet
only for the purpose of endorsing
the infamous trades ot politicians ?
but we shall see."
Perhaps we have magnified the iru-
portance of tins circular. It may be
ll)e cre:iture ot some one jaundiced
. , . . . . . .
' Wth envy who having despaired of
au honorable name himself seeks to
blacken the character of those who
have been more fortuuate. We do
uot bn0w how this is; but we do
k,)ow th;it the reputation of the
public men of North Carolina should
be dear to every citizen, and that
he who un justly a-perses them is
an enemy to the qpmmon wealth. j
No. North Carolina is not "a
servant of a Virginia railroad,"
and lie who assi rts that she is
shows himself only fit to be a slave .'
No, lrnocraticconveutioijs d not
meet "for the purpose of endorsing
the infamous Madcs of pi.iit ici.uis ;"'
neither (!.. rhe meet to anoint M;e
soreheads of disgruntled eandi
Th Kill is the reat, issue!
., , , r . ,,
It IS impossiDie to icreieu .
its fate. Yesterday it seemed to
,. c . ... - .
be going to the front with resist-
less force and today it appears to
lie dead ready for the borial.
The Journal has ahead ex
pressed our abhorence of the Lodge
bill, aud our uncompromising op
position to the bocotr.
It is Claimeu in some quarters !
that the "Atlanta movement 1
strengthened the Force" Bill," aud
it may have done so; if so, the
well nigh unanimous protest of the
South against the movement should
cause a reaction in opposition to
Bat the most sensational action,
or announcement, in regard to the
Force Bill, is the declaration of
Governor Campbell, of Ohio, that
he is ready to meet force with force,
and that if United States super
visors attempt to interfere with
elections in Ohio they will be driven
from the State at the point of the
bayonet. What will be the effect
' if tliio dflnin.Qlinn lr llm l!rtrornnrl
of Ohio or, the Senate cannot be
known until it is the pleasure of ,
Senators to take action in t he :
The Force lhll is ol
ci em nine in
every aspect iu which
viewed, hut. it id chit llv odious as a
rjrocUmiition of cenr.ritli' d iiiitr,t,SHi' Vhen the State would rind her
m b'i r rounriH richly remunerative,
inlui,v,iur;i (im,,,,,,,,,,,,, r r los v.:. . i, . i . r ..' , .
: , t
n111 11 rr n u'iwi r ir nn nx prii
in political science who constructed
our Bsteui preserved the State
Governments as bulwarks of the
freedom of individuals and loeali
ties against oppression from cen
tralized power. When onr fathers
entered upon ihe wo:k.t loimirig
the L'uion they found the States
existing as independent sovereign
ties. They might have constructed
a system which would have beeu
imperial in its character, snbjectiug
all the internal affairs of the States
to the dominion of a centralized
Government. Or, if failing to
obtain the consent of any State to
such a system, they might have
excluded the State from the Union.
If the wisdom collected from the
experience of the world in regard
to government is to be relied on,
the distribution of power they
adoptetl was the best. It is bind
ing upon us, not only by the force
of compact, not merely by as great
principle of public: law, but by its
intrinsic wisdom and righteous
ness. In the practical working ol
this beautiful but complex system
the Hi-publican party is a phcno'iio
11011 new and startling."
Since the above was pur in tj pe
we have learned that Governor
Campbell disdains the words at
tributed to him in this article.
Puwdebly is denouncing the
Federal Election law vigorously at
labor meetings in Pennsylvania.
If the framers of t he bill, he says,
are looking out for evidences of
intimidation at the polls, they can
find them as widespread in the
North and Last as they are alleged
to oe in tue soutu.
V MANLY CARD.
Surely Wv Bemoans should
he 1 1 1 i.f ;t man who not only
is held ill the highest admira I ion
and esteem by the people of his
own district but wherever hh
career is known. The Jiah-ih
Chronicle, one. of our leading
.State papers has t he following
comment relative- to the card of
Hon. F. M. Simmons, which
recently appeared in the Jour
nal: '"The Chronicle yesterday puh
lished a card from IIon. F. M.
Simmons, of Craven county, in
which he announces his with
drawal as a candidate for the
Congressional nomination in the
i "Tlis is a manly card. It
shows that his devotion to his
party the party of purity ami
equity supersedes his desire for
c , , . . l ; i : i k . ... t
' oi-atw iu ixmwcui Honors. .vir.
; simmmw or, ,r;1inp,i ., ,... -t
j victory Jin his district a dis
trict which is freolv acknowl-
oded to bo the stronghold of
the Ropublicans in this State,
llo wishes that another Demo
cratic victory may ho gained
there Ho bolieves that such a
victory will result from a work
harmony and unity among- the
Democrats, aud hoping to pro-.
servo that harmony.' he with
draws from thn race in favor of;
nnothor good Democrat. His j
is bravo and unselfish
and noble. Ho will wui l; in the :
ranks, and will do much good
for the second district."
1 Mi: OYsTLK INDl S1KY
hat Hie Slate of Virginia ii
In Do Io 1-ii coin age 11.'
Antlf.jitis to be ich ie ut lU i x.ra
tecaiou of tin: Virginia J miniature ihio
winter to secure the enactment of more
libaral laws for the encourugemenl of
oyater-plantinK io tfais State. Discun
m.g this question, one of the best
known and ablest Democrats of the
Tidewater section said to the Baltimore
i Sun correspondent:
'"For many yeara the oyster grounds
! of Virginia have exercised the minds of
i legislators looking for available sources
of revenue for the Btate. But for the
the Tidewater people. The "natural
rocks, which, a few enrs airo, the
toncman counted upon for tjoodly
number of bushels every fair day in the
'season, are now so nearly naked that
but liule can D8 made from lhem 8tiU
there are some oysters upon them yet.
ana too tongman regards his iriitne-
morial r:ghls upon those 'rocfes' and
inalienable. And not only is the tong
man right, but the beat policy for the
State, too, U to be found in prohibiting
all planters from taking iu these nature,
rocks as paitof their planting grounds.
the roubs must be cherished, not only
for the tongman's immediate use, but
WItn a view, too, to furnishing seed-
oystars for the planters an far as they will
go in their present denuded condition.
There is little or no revenue to be de
rived from oysters by Virginia now.
but a well-cousidered lawgiving proper
encouragement to ovster Dlantincr in the
I State would be a guarantee of a hand
some fund from that source four or five
years hence Virginia has tens of
thousands of acres of ground fit for
plmting on which no oysters are grow
ing now which ought to be covered
with taxable values. And it would be
so if the planter could be assured of a
tenure cf possession long enough to
justify him in making the investment.
Tho present rental of twenty-five cents
an acre is not especially burdensome to
the man of money, but it ia enough for
him and more than enough for the poor
man who is able to go into the planting
business on a very small scale only, for
when the cost of the seed oysters, the
interest on the outlay from three to five
J .1 . . . - . L .
" ' warning me
f 1" u wmTe
folind that a takes money iu no im-uu
-'d rable quinines to engage in ov ster
The tiling f ir thb Slate to do i- to en
courin'e oi i-tf i i'uliuti. jn'-t as it un
rmirairpM h u r ic 1 1 1 n 1 1 i.im m. ir. tic.oiira.
, . . r ... . . ' : . " . . - ...
: 1 1 d u u i iiu m " . nun io wan i oi tno
; revenue until there are products to be
r,f ,,.,r ,..., i...i.w..itt. t..
... , .
oy Miir queMiuii is leaiiy very simple,
' au(i j. u, hoped ic wi;i be iuieili-1
irentlv considered at the next meeting ,
of the Legislature. Thrre ia a restetH- train of passenger coaches in the world,
nesi--, ft dissatisfaction among the Tide- i llje cars are enamelled a rich , glossy
water people that may become recalci- I blue. The train is to be known as
train and aggressive enough to distu' b j the "The Royal Blue" and is to run on
Pemocratio harmony in the " low i-oun- ; the tan service between Wardi'mton
try " urileBH tho oyster industry is well : and New York. The interior of tin
niidv.irt.ly looked into at the extra ' irs reprei-ent the lalisl device fu
jpiwinn of tlie Lcislature next winter. 1 ' igblin, heutiiiK- etc , mi l th.. up
There lire sixteen counties dire-MIf
irittnt-ted in thi-i oynter question.
Another rupture seems imminent at
Fourteen deaths ret-ulted from the
iuc "",u ..o.vu v a.oi.ua
depot at Moranton has beun burned.
Loss 810 000.
II. Tj. Met'orkle.of Cataavba county,
has been appointed to fill the unexpired
term of Jin I tie .Shi pp. d 1 ceased .
W. T. Robeson, of Bladen county,
accidfiiiiy slier arid k il ltd h lined f u h ile
practic ing wiin a doui Io barrel tht t
l'ruf. 1 lollir C'otib. hoo of R.s. N. B.
. Io- l(,n!!i olorcli oF I hia
Stale, ii iri
tret 1 k"v 111
heeii elected professor of
ihe Huniuii bcliool of Tech-
Hon. F N. Sou I u n-V., of Hilloboio,
died at lii-i lioui- Tutu-day moruinij.
Mr. Strua wick waii a prooiinent t iii-z-11
d( Uillsboro, aud one of the lead- ',
inn lawerci of the State.
To nnlliou seven hundred thousand '
doliais worth of gold bars was ordertd 1
from the Naw York fa.siy ollice yester- .
day for stiiptUi-nt to koirooe. mutiiog
the toial for this wtek .tffi 97T. 000
The negrors have out a bitter card
against Cheatham, tinned by it, M (
Jo'ilison, v bo. it appears, ia a (ineiis
boro negro of sonn, iufl lence. ( heat
ham's political and lersonal character,
us well a-, his religious coiiiiec.tioi.s. arn
Havagi ly atticked.
A iit-1 Fear. (I
FuEDiihli'KSBURG, Va.. July 80. Dan
iel l.'e. nephew of (j.n. Fit7.hugh Lee
and Frat.k Hume, rival candidates for
the Oongrefsi.mal nomination in Staf
ford county, have exchanged bitter 1
threats in the newspapers, and a duel i-i
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
bcotUMi Ncdt Ileum, fiii . :
Nn V hn.l imlv llejl.ljitmit"
W li - t.ot Iii-joI liio'rulu i
e.ir. Liijl Mipu tie u muni t.i
u a r a
thousau .J .
A Block oori)mny wuh uriiiii 7." i-t
(irecuhboro S.iturday, wnli jflllOOOu
capital. Which will at on re erect liirne
rolliu milltf, fund Iihvidk aliemlv Ijeen
purrfiaxed or thrf (urponi. S,v ral
hundred hands w ill be employed .
WitxIuriKtoii ProKreMe: Eli'ibftli ' i t
shows a population of between l!200 and
3390. The Carolinian claims that for
partisan purposes the lines of the town
have been drawn in so as to rut olT
1 .000 people living in the suburbs. We
do not know how this is. but doubt if
that had anything to do w ith the failure
to extend the city limits
OflMf hoi o I)ipntrh : A n-ciind nr.l
nf in h lior Kooil wan aiouned ant i;i.;hl by
the Brre-nM and c.rit-H fur help of u col
ored wooiiin who livi-M ul,.t.e Whei.
the r;einhboi Ihm) 1 n ache 1 t r, Iiourp,
she was found in m very excit-d condi
tion in n neiehboi inn; ard ll.r-tiry
is that an unknovn vIor d roan n
ter, d ber house while hhe w hh a .l.-ep.
and without notice bean lu aiinc her
with a big 'tich. Whin she wcreBrned
he ran, and ,he iA at a los I i account
for hia conduct.
i FN THAI. AMKI1K
Phoi.hii:.S OK 'HIP. WAl: IskTWKFN Al.VA
DOR A N D OAU1KMAI.A.
L Li b ek r a r . NtH Annii, m i:i.
VESTON, July lit H in reported that
(len. Rivhr, w ho wk recnntly recall, d
... r..,uuu. uj -,,a...,, oven.
and j.in Ihe .ai nri,.v . o ,,,,;
asjuim-t Oaiileni'jla on llo- fr.i.titr
: turned traiior after having h. 1 ; h.iml
Rome reception in the c.ApicO. wh lie
was supposed to be on Iiih way to lie
frontier. He turned back hia fr rce of
2 000 Indians toward the capital and
stormed the barracks. The Cubting
h8 bam KOins; on two days, hut ho de
details have been received, as coininii j
nict.on ha, he -n inu-rrupte.l Kiy:e ;
tien. Kivms slarted the revolution
Blount the Mc-nendez errimont some
murilhs UK'i but wua defeilfd ' (to
then fits A to Honduras
Three (hiidieu Killed In a liain en
PaTKKSON, N. J., July 20 -A slaugh
ter occurred on the Erie Railroad bridge
over tho Passaic river this evening,
Five childruD, returning from a black
berry expedition with well (iliod bas
kets, started to cross the bridge. , When
the children were nearly across the
bridge, which is without sail or foot
path, the children saw the train ap
proaching on the west-bound track,
and stepped upon the east-bound track,
but the fast passenger train came rush
ing towards them. The children were
paralyzed with fear, and crowded to
gether directly bofore the approaching
train. The engineer saw the.m. but
dared not apply the brake? suddenly as
that course might have sent the train
through the bridge. It was nn awful
moment. People on the bank of the
river shouted to the children to get be
tween their cries were useless, for the
locomotive struck the coud of little
Ones and hurled three of them upon the
other track dead. The engineer was
overcome at tho appalling sight. H
had strength left, however, to ulick to
his post aud stop the train an soon an it
had crossed the trentle.
A (Jrare Charge.
Washington, July 29 Mr. O.u. s, of
Alabama. fTeied in the houso today a
ret-olutlon reciting the charge made by
the Farmer's Alliance that million had
been spent in lobbying the Silver loll
.through Congress, and calling for an
investigation. The reno'tnim nan
WENT OFF TO MAKE FGKllTNKs
AND TWELVE HUNDRED IiETCKN HOME IN
. A DESTITUTE CONDITION.
LONDON. July 30. A steamer ban ar
rived at Marseilles from Buenos Ayns
with twelve hundred icturning tmi
grants on boaid. Thftie people, who
were induced to leave France. Iia y
and Germany for the Argentine Repub
lic, on account of the report of facililu a
and prosperity of that country , retui n
in a destitute and despairing condition.
They declare that it was impossible for
them to find employment and that the
land is all taken'up or held at riijh
price, except in remott districts wheie
it is as yet valueless. They would have j
Btarved if tbey had remained longer in ,
GOV. LEE AM) THE IIOYl Oi l'. I
New Yobk, July 30. Ex iov ,-rxor I
Fitzhugb Lee. of Virginia, who is in I
Ibis city, said in an interview yiKler-l
day that he was opposed to a boycott in j
retaliation for the so called force bill,
und he belinvid Virginians generally j
were. Iu hit, opinion. )io"iii. Urn
bill would promote suite and unsettle!
vuIuhh in the S.itlth, im 1 il v u. theie
fore opposed in toili S . uilii in an.l
A MAGNIFKJEN I' TliAlN.
I THE FINEST ONE IN HIE WORLD In I.i N
ON THE B. AND O hOAIl
' Washington, D. (3., July :!0. The
tiallimore and Ohio K-ntroad ( oinrauy
" u - "" -j " " v.... t u j
received from the Pullman shops t- day
what ia claimed to be the handsomest
holsteiy aud draerit-H are manili
harmonizing in every del .1! to a i.n i-iy
TVie train has been on exhitatiou al lie
H & O. slaiiou ttiis afternoon.
Lumber Turds liurniil.
CHICAGO July ,1U -A UiHUKtioiiK con
flag 1 at ion broke out tonight on the Lake j
front, ot the foot of Michigan street, i
It began on the Fiizimmons t'ounell,
contractors, and quickly spread to the
lumner varus or Aver z uo,, and wiut-1
comb & Co. A wilderness of slips and
wharves rendered the place almost iu-
accesible for tiro engines, but the fire -boats,
provided by the city for j ift mich '
an emergency, remedim! the .1 iflicu I ty
in a measure.
Ten acres of lumber was consumed,
together with forty freight "ears. Tho
direction of the wind alone saved the
snipping ttiu wareuouseH iu iiim vicm-
ity. loe loss will not exceed iiiOO.t (Ml
SLAUOHTF.R OF A THOCSANI).
TEKK1BLK EXKOI'TlON DONE BY THIC TiFV. -r.L'T.ONrSTS.
RUENOS AYltFS.July ill.- Dining the
insurrection here, an irou old. I 1 1 . -1
which bad joined the revoloiionary 1
movements bombarded the city fm two
Seiious ilamage wi.s done to uir.nv
buildwig. ei?peciali 111. He in tltt- vu-111
it) of l In- Plazi Vicioi 1 :i
()iih ihoueand pi-ii-.-n- killed,
add 5 0..0 vvt-ri wiauoli- l
'flit- F-llipplflg III pill M!-.l:.i!l.-!i lid
il h rn e e
Nl'.W YoliK.Jill) ol A illnp.uli ,c
CUV.! in this city fr.iti, Itui-iiof. A 1 es
today, via (lalv). atoii k,v-. "Tele
graphic f-t m ti 1 11 f 1 ii iti ion v. 1 1 1 1 liuem fi
A r.n . V i . (i a 1 v, I-, ton , -, 1 1 op. 1 1 . "
TWO MEN l)RO VVNKl)
Al.FXAXPhlA. V.i.. Jul :i;)-l,
ti-rrtoori boat tr. I In- I Ire n o.ii
1 i v 1 1
containing fo.ir lriii xic.t. .! 10 n n ; 1
Joseph Tavermer and J. M 1 - rce
drowned. Their bodies have bet-n re
v v x 'v i w x ar
a -.r a--v-ei vSL
r.. ai, i
metii'Hl atul results when
1 .''i'- ii taken : it i olcnaant
ami i .!'..:..(. I
t;i. lc, and acta
fC- fill ;
1 ' :i tlio Kidneys,
ie!- , '4"tn3os the ey
y, (lisials cohla, head-
ache . :: 1 (. vi is ymJ cures habitual
eonsti).:ii ion. S-'ynip Fig's ia the
only r in(:lr of its Jdnd ever" pro
duced, pl-:isii, (. th tasto aad ao-
! 1 . . .1 t .
pin, lie m j i io Moiiiuoh. prompt in
its nctio,, iS truly JeueheJal In ito
w-fli-ct.--. preprrr,.,! (,(liy frh'm 'the most
j hcnlihy :,ui j, -repnbie irnbstaneed, il
lnanv i . . l!e,. jiialiiies eommeud it
to nil .-! i i. 1 have made it the most
' popular remedy known.
Nyrup of ! i; 3 is for k: do in 50c
and .?1 bottles l.y fill leading drug-
A-'V lvliuMe dn'rt W'llO
"!::-V 1 ' ! u a Pr""
ip.iy ror :my one wiit
it. Do Hot accept any
: suhsi it
CALIFORNIA F0 SYRUP CO.
:.N IKAUCISCO, CAL. m
louir.vnt! . k. r,v vnpr r -
: . v
- "iOtrl. lllv
lMtl lM Ara4a,
X Ha u I'mIii rihI
I ll HaOJ m I loo,
lie I ikio .r m.
ltcMtur tl i
bciiae of T a late
TKY TUE CUIifl
A pariicin Ik appllod into mteb noatrl)aaA
U asrwniilii. 1'rine hu cema t Ornnrlata; trr
mall, ret-inired. (H, eta. KLY BHUTHfCRlL
f Warren Ktreet. New York. aprlMwlj
For L'cr:e3, Cattle, Cheep, Soga, Hogi,
201 Puuc Ilii.tU on Trrntnrnf af Anlniala
auil i'liurl hrul i're.
n Hi-MlVirN, 4 (nisPMlinni,, Tflflammatle
A . A . i ii ii I ill iii unit ia. Milk Fnir.
M. H.i i a i n, l.utiii-ii-HM, K liamatlant
'.'.--'OiHii-MiKi-r. Na mil Uim baraea.
H. l. lioiw r lrubii, W'm-niit.
l'..K.-Cuutli. Hi :iv-h, 1'iiennionla.
)M'.-I iilicnr 1.1-iprN, llellyarhe.
ii. iM,-iirrinire. lleioorrliHirea.
II. Il. rrimi i-y ii ntl lidney Dineaaoa
I . I Km pi i vo IliMi-nM,-. ftlaiiae.
J . K .liHeiiHCM of Jllureai Ion.
stable Tnne, with ;m-c1,1c, Manual.
Witch Hiiw 1(1,1 hi.,1 Mrilh iitor, 9T.AQ
I'rice, -Ui.. in Lniiilceiver :0iii44ii;
Eolil Ly iSnrwitw!; or :; i m Ti -,niM nnrwaara
and ia any quailily uu Ki-ceiiil ot Pfio.
Humphreys' Med. Co.. 109 Fullon St., R. H.
HOKXOPATina ff ft
SP'TiiFlC No. &a
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
nnd Pmetration, from ..vr work or othr ttam.
1 jierviivl, t-f 6 vinlunt) lr?B vinl prwlr, (or A,
VM-L. ltua.Dlir.11 At aUluAlaw. 1U kuitA lu IU
AH of om urinary Preprations
ran 1m IkhI r J. V. .)or-init Druggist,
N.AV i.r. W,u;ii nn.I, Middle BtreeW,
JOE St.- WILLIS,
I' li l I II I I- 1'4IIC OP
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
JS.-.A- r.-ri..-, iNJ. o.
llali in ai d Aiortioaii Marble and all
'lUttlit lew of material.
Orders soli'-ited and iven piQtui k
1 attention, wiili s il sfacLiou (ruaran
i li. lv Ml 1.1,1 a i-i my hkohI at Kinatou,
1 and Ai.kx. l lici.os n-Kular tralin(
0UK LINE OF
Is th.- Largest and
Most Artistic ever
shown in this City.
iWc olfer Hicci.ii drives Tomorrow.
Rf.II, 'I'M Y . KWKLKR
n U I1 ,-1 n II
bnUinSDOI'O t (JllialO UOUege,
I.KKKNSUUUU. N. '.
The Seventy fit Kt Seasion of thia well
kiiov.11 iuMt ii 11 tion will begin on tbe
L! 7 1 1 1 :T el AuKiu,l, 1 89U.
In adilition Io morough ilistruotioii In
the laterarv ('our--e, npeciaj idvantagea
are olli-md 111 Ihe departrbenta of In
strumental ami Yoeal Muajn, Elocution,
Art. 1111. 1 l'h ideal Training.
l or Catalogue apply to
T. M. JONES,
GRAND OPENUIG !
Bell's Jewelry Store.
liNHKR "HOTF.L ALBERT."
Kery mailer of the JoUKNAL ought
lo keep tune and join the prounantmi to
the al-ov.- nn, ned spleudidly appoiuted
J.-welry Siore. wlmrr. you will fiad a
now slock of Watches, l)lo ka and Piiia
Jewelry, hi pnoes that defy OOOlpe
lilion. I lavini; moved to tlie above blegantljr
fiii iiiMio-'' -a.oi e, v ill be pleased to aarva
all mv ol.! lalTolin mid the public Rt&
'iil', K"(i:iii in a epeciilty. Our
. . 1 i. 1-1 1 ' ' : .h hi-ini; liKirn S(iacioua and
'in. .1 oh the latest improved raaobin
1.. ' " i.ii- now able to Ut alt tlaaaa
o ..ill ilh neatiiea und dispatch.
"tiuii Tho Jeweler;1
y t t : -: