INDEPENDENT IN -AILX, THI(
r. . HiBFSBi Fvnnrleier.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, U-(H ST 14
leaaiated ia the
serin throw off
the shifpeh winter
jdoea ttao well, to
I aava need 8. 8. S. for a number of
real and consider ft tne beat tonic and
blood raoMdy that X vr aaed. Intact
I would not attempt to enter opoo a
sprits? or arrrnmw ia thai etimate with-
lU. H. "W-COUTMAX,
-i; Of Onfanwi, rerroeon A Co..
. - ' DndtCty. Fla.
ji-,' .""" - .
k Our book on Blood and Skin Dkwnee
jaaflad treat. .
1 . -, Swot Sracxnc Co..- Atlanta. Oa.
. 1 '
' .11 jj
I I ere f i
v It ha parnuuMntlr cored necaxKiw
' "f eaaee proaoooeaa by doctor hope
: leaaw. If you har premonitory aymp-
torn; mxtdx mm Cbuffh, DUBcolty o
: BreethlaiR .," doa't delay, hoi
p isof cure ooNstrMPTios
Ti By Druggleta. 2ceota.
tvboM La kmMn mt If mmmi
tt to watiMr harmiM uavui rfltort a Hnu-
bb4 aa4 nuy car, wbatkar U ittMM ta a
i.Ji Ilipnw m alUy u4 uk lack P
Tvntvoc. u m fctninm '"'Tlim la
yean. aa box In. To k ka4 al
B. N Dsffr, 4ninit, K 'Bwa,
. 1 For the beattat el thoae who Apdn to
r. TlMt Oeraroke deriea; the aeaaoe, the
-. BEAUFORT will ran the following
. , Schedale : -
- leare Waahingtoa yry Saturday 11 p. in.
- ' " ' Monday a.n.
' .' ." Wdaeedy avaj.
' Cloae eoaaeeUoeJ with the eteemert
' v fmaa Qieearrille. and Taibonv anoL .the
- titela f ran Jim yjlle that- connects with
thrWitoalagton and Veld an KaUmad. : !
' On UUzaaedkte ja the BSXijTOfit"
wi llooehet ew Berne, leay in fir the 7T
, ..-'.Tneedeya and. a p. aa. Thursdays,
"Y mcectlo with. ALleiUie Beilroad.
Yroax Wanhington to Ocraeohe and re
. From Kew Berne to Oerncokt and re
SUgle trin tiekeU, $1 60.
From Wnahagton to New Berne, S3. 50.
Front New Feme to Waahlngtoa, $3.50.
, " XMPLS AOCOMMODATIOJJ.
;:.-1J.""-TUt H Ham.
Per day - ... - 150
Pet wetk - 10.00
Pit moats - $30 00
- 8PETIAL BATES TO FAMILIES.
i irarcBB BHOet.
', . . ' Maoagera.
The ateemer BEAUFORT hae been re
beilt and made larger, and is now a oom
tortahea and seaworthy boat, and has a
:v yenaU to cerry 250 peeeengera. jyl0dw2m
. vror asy terormntioo eail on E. B.
'Koberte, a Old Dominion wherf.
"IlayBakee. Gra'n Cradle.
Bellk41ty Feed CntUn..
, BUCKETTK COBST 81IKM.E US
. Imaf A JU(wers sultiwntjr
Aad a fSxllJXineot pjtrdware
and -AjgrtciUlartl Iraplementa
j - fa -jv r
J. CHITTT & CO.
eninmeaBen - "
, V DB. O.K. PABBY,
: Om MlddU etreeC opposite Beptiet
- - dnt dirtt.f .;MBWBEBN. N. O
. - P. Hi PELLETIEE,
attobnbt; at la
. AND HONtT HKt'KErt.
OrnyeaSt.'. two-doere Uou oi
v . JomrneA otBee.-
loauae lur aaora, u. .-
Tul prmrUm m Ibm On.nx u - r.k m.i
mwt. Iimin. OaefetW n ejmlioo.
-- Cnltae ii we Ued t ' am
IMpnaeOiiUUtiM kmc umiIn
ATTOtl JIA4X .
OCBon U ffodrot QTm( Poy ft Co.1
Unh. Middle Kmc Sfcw f3-ra, C.
- - Will pjmetaoa in the ooune ol Crswen
nd nd joining eonetiee. in taeOeKiw
' Oowrt h StneaaaU-. in sanr rarfeenl
w. M. anoaoirnvt H L-'-
Will praaUc id the cooiuUe (Jrva;
Joaenv : Oaeiow. Oerterot, inJioo.
Lnnoir and Hyde, nntinh4retfrar
Oowrtev- r - ' .iOr --' ,x
Offio on Ctmw-Af etT ne-sret
katoer JOVnaxoOon. -v 1 0iMAwW
; T V'Tfc-filfcilc?';
' ''VTi: el e ; 4 TUsai: fc.. ;
Offleeen Graven sweet'- fouee
KKNTUCKY aud AUbiinii went
solidly Democratic Monday.
- Thby now tell us that tbe Fuice
bail ia not dead but sleepclh We
SEVERAL pkeletous have betn
foaod ander i f.imoas d:ve in New
It is the duty o!" putrwls to
make the Fifty sctood Congre.'s
"By shutting off I 'ougresBiuiiul
wind Mr. Reed hopes to modify the
cyclone of '92."
GREAT excitement till prevail
in Buenos Ayres notwithstanding
the fact that the insurrection hn.
Sbcrbtary Blaine is otlicial ly
informed from St. Petersburg that
the eipnlskra of Jew from KasMu
haa sot been ordered.
The inter btate Farmer's Alliance
met iu. Montgomery, Ala., Wednes
day. Col. L. L. Polk made at.
address in 6ecret session.
THE Democrats in Congress beat
the Republicans in speech, but the
Republicans beat them in votes.
Unfortunatly tbe votes count.
Thry aay Reed is too fat for the
ring. Never mind that. He is iu
a good way to have tbe fat rubbed
off of him before the nominating
'iTir&V'St. Loquj Post Dispatch
aa; jho, Republican leaders are
'eujoyig a luonopoly of recioiocity
Oast -now. It is a reciprocity of
dttgnarand dislite '
'Rspublican papers are acta -
ally becoming scared at the pros-1
pect of a deficiency in the United
'States Treasury. The humiliation
and failure is complete.
THE Boston Herald has inter-
riewed a large number of promi
nest Maine Iiepublicans and finds
that Mr. Blaine's reciprocity ides!
meets with general favor.
WlTH a muzzled press, a col
lared House and a gagged Senate, ,
the old party of 'free speech and
rrOA Vnentl ' U7An I , i n AT rannrr
evav w eu y nvuava. uwv 1 C jJ ii '
Samner, Seward and
Within a week pur Vance com
pletely turned down Uiscock, Hoar
aad Edmunds as soon as be got to
tbem. Talk about beating Vance
for the Senate ! Better go and hang
-THKNew Orleans Times Demo
crat says: "Tbe spectacle of Messrs.
Hnrrison and Wanamaker berating
the corruption of lotteries is verily
next door neighbor to the spectacle '
of Satan reproving sin."
IT grows clearer day after day
that tbe Tillmanites have captured
the Democratic machinery in South
Carolina. It remains to be seen
what they will do with it. Ma
chinery in inexperienced hands
ia a dangerous thing.
THE Wilmington Messenger
says: "We are really gratified to
see the great fundamental doctrine
of local self government and States
rights growing in favor iu tbe
North, and especially in bleeding
Kansas. In some of the public
meetings held latterly that impor
tant principle has beeu emphasized
and favorably endorsed."
THE St. Paul Pioneer remaiks,"
"Now that a break Las finally oc
curred in tbe protection ranks, some
more Senators may be expected to
demonstrate by an independeLt
vote tbat tbej are there in the ii -tereat
of lhe people of these United
States, and not for the purpot e of
assisting to bolster up the obnox
ioua cause of McKinlej ism ."
THAT was a rousing meeting at
Columbus, Ohio, that protested
against the enactment of the force
bill. These is controversy about
the exact language used by Qover
not Campbell, but there is no doubt
about his meaning. He voiced t he
sentiments of Ohio Democrats, in
proclaiming States rights as a fun
damental principle of democrats.
FIFTY years ago the country
pxasssed practically none of the
facilities that we now enjoy for the
quick transportation of freight and
passengers. The gains that have
been made in fifty years have been
of incalculable advantage in the
development of tbe wonderful re
sources of this great land. In iS.'.O
there were twenty-imle-s of railroad
ia operation ; In 1SS!) the mileage
had increased to ir.l,:97. Norhrk
THIS Democrats of ice- l'nsi
CjoKre disti ict of Nebra- k.i h.n
aet an exauplo to the lhiii-n-r e
of other didtricts aiuf uthei S'.i-s
by BloptillK A platfoiai which
sharply define the gre.it issue.
They nay-: Ve reaffirm our faith
in Ueiaocratic principle-, and in
viia tobnr standard all ho tieheve
iQ'fe,CttizeB8hip, just laws, and
, h. R.1rj b!
economical government. "ear-
ioan part for its
'failure lo fulrlll iU pledge solemnly
pa aa o lhe people, its reckless
t extravagance for the past two
years; its tyrannical rules, and its
rrnbfuahing effarts to retain suprem
acy, by fraud and force.''
l i n uii'Urtood that
onpoM'ii '( tiie torce bill.
InKliK are indications that oan
Salvador will have another revo
lution. The German i-mperor is
visit to his grandmother the Queen
V k . ,J. P. SliicNu. owner, will
si-il oi.e-hjlf interest in the Char
I jite 1 inocrat.
TllK sesiilis of tL
icbellioii loot up l,t"ii
6i .nauh; CALL; ot Florida will j
uroba'jiy get back to the Senate,
lie di-t-erves a re election.
A million aud three quarters j
ui -M t.irs were shipped from'
N.-w York to Kurope Ui-r Monday, j
Tin: llivi-r and Harbor bill,
whirl: h.Lo "righL ol way will
come uu this week and be disposed
Tim: cuer.tl elections held in
Alabama Monti iv weie carried by
"t i:ase hung and fall back," is
the command of Harrison to Blaine
lilainc replies with more grape and
Tuk Turkish Government has
called out the reseres for the pur
pose of re enforcing the garrisons
Wk arc much pleased to learn
mat Kev. Dr. W. S. Black has been
telectt-d to take charge of the
Oxford Orphan Asylum. The
selection is an excellent one.
TnK Emneror William has order-
ed a recast of the entire issue of
coins intended lor trie Aincan
trade owing to the wrong helmet
being depicteu in me present oast.
President Hareison opposes
lotteries; but where would be be
except for the lottery of politics!
He invested a grandfather and
drew the Presidency. He had no
other claims upon it. Memphis
The Lincoln county Alliance has
adopted the following resolution
r?.oar.ii-a.i that ih Sraro AiHanftA.
eoou to Uiet at Asheville, N. C,
be reuested to memorialize tbe
Legislature to double the tax for
Now they tell us that the seats
of Senators Hampton and Butler
aie in danger. Men may be sacri
ficed but principles never. South
Carolina must be true to the Demo
Some of our contemporaries are
complaining at the rascally Repub-
licans for oustiug Breckenbridge
andJputtiDg in a Republican. Who
is he! Clayton, the man who ran
against Breckenbridge is dead. All
the Lloase can do is to declare the
The Rochester Union and ad
vertiser says the Union has never
been an admirer of Mr. Blaine, but
it is bound to admit that the more
he is contrasted with such bullies
as Tom'' Reed and such pick
pocket protectionists as McKinley,
the brighter he appears.
We are always glad to chronicle
the s-uccess of a North Carolinian.
Prof. Collier Cobb, son of Rev. N.
B. Cobb of Cary, !X. C, has been
cted Professor of Geology in the
Boston School of Technology, Bos
ton, Mass. This is a high and
richly deserved compliment.
The whole amount of the extra
price the tariff enables the manu
facturer of iron to exact from the
pablic goes into the pocket of Mr.
Carnegie and others whose wealth
is becoming the marvel of the
woild. Isthisjustf Itisthekind
ot justice protection run mad means.
We received a call last Saturday
from Dr. Thomas Hume, professor
f Rhetoric and Fnglish in the
University of Nrtu Carolina. He
gives a very encouraging account
of educational prospects in bis
ta-.e. especially of the future of
Wake Forest College, under the
presidency oi Dr. Taylor. Dr. Hume
is an enthusiast in his own depart
ment, and reports greatly increased
interest in Southern institutions.
during the last decade, in the study
of English. N. Y. Examiner.
'Mc. Hi. airs resolution for the
adoption of the previous question
ru.e came up ;n the senate Gaiur-
d.n.ulien he explained that his1
sole p.-.rpoee in presenting it was
to expedite onsiness. which was
far Pehiud : lie was reminded by
Mr. Moigan that sixorseveu week's,
tune had Oecn consumed in tne
c lisideratioii ol his e.ection t1
, ti.u mat me i.eictte resulted in its
.h ie..' p.i-t as he hoped the debate
e i ti e tar d !.,U would result in the
, ,,,.,,.,, ,..a-,ir..
u M I'ueiison, of New
Jersey, showed his consistency
Frivlay by otlenng amendments for
a reduction of the tariffon earthen
ware, are-bnek. ec , largely manu
la 'tnred iii New Jersey. He is a
I'cioecrit, fie believes in protec
tion, Put not in excessive protec
tion, tor which there is no need,
and the onlv effect of which is Still
lurthei ( enrich the Drotected
manufacturer at the expense of the
purchaser. Wilmington Star.
SIcCLA Mil V.
Mr. MeClammy failed lo Srciirna
renominat ion and joins iheyreat
caravan that is passing to ' the
limbo of forgetfulness." Tliis may
be no fault of his. His constituents
mav be wanting in appreciation, or
may the victims of that unrest
which constantly demands a
We have no unbind feelings to
wards Mr. MeClammy. Indeed we
sympathize with him ; but if it were
1 otherwise, we could not approve of
the language and spirit of the
In speaking of the bill lately
introduced by Mr. MeClammy the
Sansaj8: "It is as interesting as
a novel, as informing as a universal
gazeteer, as epigratnie as one of
Bob Inger8oU's speeches, as fiery
as a Milwaukee poem of passion,
apd as fanny as an elephant in
We are no special admnem) the
MeClammy bill. We cannot
' dorse the purpose of the bill
utterly fail to appieciate its merits.
1 It is a proposition to issue Govern
ment legal tender notes to the
amount of about nineteen hindred
millions of dollars, or 30 per capita
of the population of the United
States. "These notes are to be
equal with silver and gold for
similar amounts, in all public or
private payments except interest
on the public debt. The whole
issue is to be apportioned to the
States according to population, and
the States in turn are to divide the
fond pro rata among the counties,
j cities and townships. Finally, the
money ieacbes tbe people in 'he
shape of Government loans not to
exceed $2,500 in the case of any
individual. Tbe lo.ns are to rnn
for ten jears at one per cent,
interest, and they are to be secured
by first mortgages on real estate.
The interest is to be devoted by
the several States to their school ;
It does not strike us that this:
bill exhibits statesmanship ; it
rather seems to us to be opposed to
sound political economy and cor-
rect business principles.
But why the Sun's sharp invec-
tive aud seething sarcasm T Is it
because the Sun is opposed to the i)emocrats would ordinaiily arouse
granting of special privileges by thfi mo8t illtense opposition of the
the Federal Government ! Not at
all. The Sun is the special de
fender of a protective tariff, and
the apologist of monopoly and
The sharp edge of the Suu is
tuned against the MeClammy bill
because it is one of the measures
inaugurated to give relief from the
oppressive measures and cham-: torv.
pioned by the San. Wo s u blt oue wsJ out of tblK
We take no part in tbe crusade , itml tfaftt jg to na:1 the
of capital against labor. We are D(.aiocra(,;, ,.olorB to our ina8t and
heart and soul with the masses. ; rd aH .is miual eiiemie8 who
If we do not support the MeClammy do UQt A unjBr our fl
bill and its kindred measure the Tben. (..AI1 be but two great par-sub-treasnry
bill, it is because we : in ;i uimhhe aD(1 in thig
believe the Democratic party offers couulrv ir, UlP )reseut COIlJiUon of
something better iu tariff reform, , wo t partiea are
the remonit.zation of silver and tbe : ,Le 1,pul)lu.an aD(, tlie Dem0.
restoration of public lands to the cratj pa,ties.
people. If the Alliance numbered more
Mr. McClammy's purpose is good, tb 4n haH (l popnlation ot these
but tbe means he employs do not states it could not be a national
command our approval. .party because it does not compre-
The farmsrs are try ing to workout : beiu national policy. It addresses
their salvation and the salvation of Usef t0 tbe interests of one class,
the country. The measures they have aru ,fR.H not profess to concern
introduced bear the marks of inex-: itself about the interests of any
petience in State craft, but they other.
show a purpose and resolute spirit.
Every patriot must indulge the
hnno tbat. IliA timi, ti n t, far d i s-
tant when all wrongs will be re-' IUOcracy and the Alliance to conn
dressed, and our people of every together on the openly declared
TOUUUU w '"'"reu
rightB and privileges, with noae to ij j census of our T" i ny uo'iUm up
molest them or make them afraid. ; It 8eparate organizations are to j cieit . lady
Then will Democracy be trium- exist, each with its ticket in the ! no difference, cicvpt o.uurcipa! Rown
phant, and peace, prosperity and neldt )Ue or the other must bear I JZ Z two ciK
happiness be the portion of our tbe responsibility of Republican ! are identified by the traveling nuoiic
THLEMAX ON THE FORCE 1ULL.
The more we know of the Colum
bus meeting the greater seems its
importance. Not only did Gov.
CnmDbell sneak in vindication ol
State's rights, but letters were re-
ceived from Grover Cleveland and
I Allen G. Thar man in opposition to
the force bill.
' tj iri. : r or,
U UUgC A UUl LLI a Li lO Ai V. L tJIJIJ, illi
' aoostle of Demoeracv. but he is
universally admitted to be a great
k - '
: 0ongtitntional awyer
In his let-
ter Jndge Thrjrman 8ald .
"I do really believe that it is the
worg(. mea8rjre on thesubject of elec-
1 1 ions ever introduced into an Ameri
can Legislature. Under the pretense
ol punrymg the elections it pro
ridaa an aI 14 hnrat maphinflrv In
... .,, ... ,
i which the will of the people may be
f overt.Tnrown and tt choioo of tbeir -
; so-called Representatives be made
by a set of hirelings and irrespon
sible-federal officials,choseu without
any agencyofthepeople,and acting
under the order of a superior set of
dictators whose terras of oflice will
practically be without limitation as
to time, and who will ol necessity
be a body of irresponsible parti
sans. And to Bupport this nia
chinery an immense fund, which,
it is said, may amount to millions,
is to be created, to be drawn from
the public treasury that is, from
the pockets ot tne people ami to
Vw nsari a a a. hrihfrv nr enrrnntion
fund to perpetuate the rnle of the
, uartv in Dower."
With regard to the revolutionary
features of the bill Mr. Thurman's
temperate but foice-
'Thi' 1 1 r-i lit f n 1. in si v t.lif lnnst (
them. c.r..-titutionHlit of some of
t htt Ttwt imniMlint i..nvi.iiAiic r I I
lit, in, pi nif" " I'm ii u . initMin yj t
the bill, and the immense aud un
precedented stretch of federal
power involved iu it, cannot fail to:
strike every student of the Consti
tution, and alarm all who believe
in tlm teachings and the practice
of the fat hers.
The isHii1 ! iM H high above par
tisanship. It is s i in j 1 ' whether
the Federal I'nion, as we and our
fathers learned to know and love
it. shall be preserved, or shall be
supplanted by a centralized nepot
ism of Ll.i most corropt and de-
JUL STATE CANVASS.
e are confronted by a problem
ot no l:t:le difficnlty. How shall
we conduct this canvass T The
difficulty arises from the pre 1
en-e of a ciet organizition whose!
pl.ir:s and purposes are bidden from ;
tl.e public, and it is impossible to '
tell wither the decisive battle of
.; ... t... u
tween Democrats and Republicans,
or between t he Democracy and tbe
We tiruilv believe that the ma
jority of Alliance men are Demo
crats at heart and as ardent lovers
of their countr' as ever lived, yet
we are confronted by the strange
fact (hit the leaders of the De
mocracy, the men who have
breasted Republican fury, the men ,
who brought Nort h Carolina from
the thralldom of reconstruction and
established her on the rock of the
. Cons.itllI ion. tl)e lnen who irj every
emergency have been true, op
posing the oppressive tariff and
contending for the deliverance of
the people from the power of cen
tralization, monopoly and plutoc
racy, and proclaiming the right of
every citizen to a full participation
in the blessings and the protection
: of BOVeri,mentt are set aside
through tbe influence and by the
authority of the Alliance.
iu South Ca.olina we understand
tbat Hampton and Butler are to be
takeu frorn tbe Uniteii states
senate and their places filled by
unexperienced men. The purpose
to turast asitie tried Democrats for
no other reason than they are
Democracy ; but when we see that
they are men who have stood with
us in the battles of the past we
wonder how it is that some mistic
baud, sonic secret sesimc can
separate them from the great
Democracy their fathers honored,
and under whose banners thev
marched to vio-
; Now, in this condition of affairs,
; wbat j8 ti,e demand of patriotism f
n i .. ... n. ... t..
, OrinClIUeS OI Ule ieiUOCratlC liar-
. ., .- v-n, 1
success in North Carolina. ,
Democrats cannot drop their1
organization and go into the Al-1
liauce, if for no other reason, bee- j
cause the doors of the Alliance are!
T ,., ,
barred against them.
and independence, were at issue
Democrats could not fold their
i banners for there is nowhere else j
for the Jackson Cleveland men toj
rally. They know nothing of what
an-c ,,n iM.hinrl ihoiWrgnf thl
H k ' ' l ' 'v " - w
Alliance. Bat Alliance
come to the Democracy, for their j
own principles are inscribed on its
flag and have beeu since the foun-
dat.ion of t he Government.
Remove the secrecy of the order
... . it . n; i .ii
ami h e aif an -viiiauee men ami an
We shouhl have but
one llag, the glorious tl-ig of JetlVr-
.lackson and Cleveland 1
illK Raleigh tiorresjioudent of
the W.liningcon Messenger says:
Ex-C ougiessman John Nichols and
Gen. John Gorman, of Kirk war
tame, now of the Government
printing ( dice in Washington, are
boih in the citv. Nichols has been
here since S.tlurday. Gorman
arrived lure last night. It has
been ascertained if their visit
any political significance or
T' I'.nKlln. ara hnaMinir
about and have decided to hold
conventions and put lull tickets in
tield. Nichols may attempt
Congressional race if the
Lodge bill passes.
.J no ' Cow i
I ! c
! P5ef "nt,Ptl
pii by 3
-5th ulr. .! fi !;e
: .- -
IIL'W J. I V
i iii.-t d with
i- I a' ure. ! he
a:i ne "I
SjU ; li f:i eck
iipty. was in
i: ' - -t c l -n.
that acc-( n:,t. !.
I! ' i r
ing, uii si
the cot t on
vr a i I
Welti I i.'i
r j' ;
sect ion of
pros i ; - i (;
' 1 C '!,( :
8. .1. L-in, v. ,i ,.
ill 1 he l:e-ir ,.r,-, ;; ,
sections id our c.,:; i ;
crop pi o-; 'f. i m i;
the news (mm ail
have heard ' mm, am
the people r.eve:
Married, at 1) ;vi !
father of !: ;.le,
Swindle and W.:':.- i:
Thrw 1, ,,,-, ..... , .(,
i'.- ' e I i la ,
1 ili.i- liert
s a the
:-i :. d so i
a i hat 1
he .lt!i ol
. ! he
if lhe nVati imoT,.. ' , ,
the widow er on : c
the (Jranfshoi m-I.i
i)U eve" a!;: I
icii e.ii el
II and t he
lady of ': Bruad en
bids tan e.eiic f m , i
awnile; and the ,i,n..
of the kSmUh cf eck e. :
Trent bed,--, h orii ou vai d a;
ances are not many iu;'f
niafji non .
ITI. I, TOKKTlf i i;
1) K M i ie K A T .M l ' i ;
T1IF.1K lMIOhK.iM-.N. i".-
tam ;;v lii.
i i .-1 i n i i 1 1 1 1
time lias cmh!. ami new
is that all political nini-rom-os
and barriers should ho laid a-'.!.,
in the Dr-mo'-ratic pa' t v. If then' j
are such let us cast thorn as fur!
from us as the oast is from the;
west and remember them no
mnre forever, and P L all Demo
crats? of every order and profos
sion come forwa-d in one
junitod harmrknions ;;a;liei inp; in
i our convent ions with the Di mo-
cratic uanr.er uniuned, nyinp;
over our heads an cmhleni of our.
liberties am! iinvci'vin' fnnli
dence in Z. . 'anee and his'
associates that have -o mddy
and grandly can-ied it to
victorv th.roii'rii ixdi: ical fire and
sm i;e m t lie May
tier. Let ;.s non
men a standard
let farmer from
-, lceonstruc ,
ua',e our host
i :. oii
tii ( ; i r
- u i
; l n
cou nters and hi
tors from the:
all irather in line
n caused i
ber we will tan i y one
victorv. and our adiici
i by the Federal e'. ete.M law will !
work out a lar ni..re e:ceeei!;no
vveicrh t of -rlorv, a hh'ssin"' in '
stead of a curse as intended.
1 i;:?': it. t.
0UIT! '.'AUDI IN v rvs.
WdmicKton Menseni : A letter from ;
the Krfv. Sim J )iies. received jester-:
day , states that he v. i;l commence his1
meetiogs heio on iho 'J":h o: fSeptember, ;
and that they will cvnf.nu ten days
and postibly Uc-ht. 1
RileiKb. Cl.i-cieie: To-- Oxford'
Asylum sinjjiti- c1.i-h is raakiug a tour
of the y, ate. ilurt tieiiih ba left in j
the exposition mstt, r : Richmond is ,
fixiD to hold cue Aiiuta will hold1
ono ia IH'1. Will R-daigh V She has
much better 4ij vantage h Oiau theee two
cities ever ha 1. They i uiit themselves'
up by enteroris . f i .i !. i:id. Ittieinh
can, if she id.
Grecniiboro 1'atii-t: Dr. Ii. K.
Gregory, of this city. iio bus fcr years
enjoyed the duv.ueuou of heicj one of
the foremost- i h j niiariH in this ssatioD,
has received piiteDta cu .i fl.jid ar.d a
bandage, which are pro lotmced by the
leading Burtf'iof f- h- one cf the
greatoot iti vetai uii or tbe ae and one
of the moat valuable- ar.d hem fi:d erer
. ,l Tw l.,il ia l
i antiseptic and anrsthMic. ty ,Jt.inu'
j blood-poiaobiuK i absolute revested,
Corresponiienoe RaKiii i.'hrocicU:
j lhe CeutUl Bueei v iHiii u,m
Slowed It tO
! t iii in the
i i . i.:t of
break out tine i n to:. .
second city i. it : y.i itr
populati'ifi t).ie o: li. i
, informed vour cim-Jn-olr ilmtth.
as Wins tun cviiem. toe 1 iviri-Cilv. In
,Con . , A .- ,
18t0 it ho.n toe tievon-.n ice, rel 'h.
step to ceeorHi is just one -.ray rf have
of ttlllD ll ee "rI ' thri! wo have the
meti O;iol i t f lie -morn (arounajin
population, cf a.i N.oth Carodnain
busimee, and of th- v. ,-. , re d a far
' a. pint? mani'ueturi r i.-. c e.e i m l.
mutinous i iiauiiiuni.sij r.:;uoiseu ;tr a
.Mass Meeting' at l.a (itaiige.
,- : Y" . . .
A mass rneetirifr
1 IJ Tf
,f I)i mcci ats wan
net Saturday and
ed the, p,.;
Whereas, It is v. iih unfeigned recret
that we have heard tbat tbe Hon. V M
, Simmoon has w itb irawn from the po-
r.gi esf in ttjs the
e, m., I
; Whereas. It was t,. hiui ic.k.ii ;s
the most avaiiaoie. if ii-.i,.ie tmij avai
Stai d.-.rd Of
:h-- afproai h-
ini? politicr.i -
c .UH til : i-.c
th j i-j lr-'.enee
;).'.' i..iu to
of anything inat has ir
this couree: :; rr-for.-
Itesclvecl, By the l'e
of Mosely liad lo -vn s. ,
1st. That we c-. l i i.
ocrats throu.ho'.it '. .
with U-i in e : ,U!r.ii ;.l .
consider, s.: i tiiat. b -to
no bi f or,, li.-n ,
2i Iba; . a. i. .
to be -aud.ii- .1 '. i :
d id ate, or t b v ie I
bu t WB d i V 1.- :i - i- : e
'. u u n o
name el ion .
t w ir-il
. i , e rs ,
1 1 1 e
i: df ( f
i tin d.s
we belie-, o that I!
urea t Dei
i at i.:
such men a
for n tt .
. -.' u r h I 111
e oi !y pnnci
ill e o i-ru
; de . i d and
1 that they
.lei re.et Kin
a'i ' he I )ein
a i:t em- i Hi -d
k do w i D th
a ! "
Pl4?B tnat Wl'' 1" rt
ment and relieve
oppressed iie e, e.
4th. That n c i
be sent to Mr ei re
be pu bli.-hed in : '-i
stc u Free i!re: nt
ocratio papers i
district be rtapK bted to copy.
iti form for llio Alliance.
i !-::'-u .Pa :-.naT.: The next Lv'mln
tur.- 1 1 1 : i i. -1 . .i htfill y be tinder th-rl'-Ki.'e.i
i e j- ,,( the t'arniiTti' Al-
lui!,e. i. I my .-forniti are iieinttti'1 -
. d Mel I ! f.l. Il-I i
A it; uIil' I e h
e ii inrjie.i j r im! i
it,! Alliance calls for
iiunof justices of the
i eace 1 n i 11 it. i me, that . let the reform
;o to t:e i xterit of Hliolishing nil fei h i f
ir e ( .:un!y uingiHtratPS in 8tHi e em. r.
No renter rvils ever grew on i of unv
sjffm of r d ni in.s'.er i ". u the law tha i
1 1 s' eneil
'. r O .
f the i
! mi-. i u I
. ' Aroliint ii
dliK jU:.lic, S l
i f, ..t tie ii
!v. lit ciefi n '
. I: ,
-f.j, j hi i i ii.t-iire their eoht.
' t" i.iie-iy i ,k ht i'.juiiIu in lhe
s' ' ' "!.! J ' a will lirj'l niHiiy niKtft
i . . - eri,'-re !H u i f.ir f.-cn or ci1h.
hi .: I " .! f.-ndat.t will eeafie. if there
by J inve-iveii the iiiHgiHtrftU'"! e.Oit.
Ti e defeailiint will go to i lit. ut the
t xj eiiHe of the taxpyerft, nn.il the
'oeni v u ill pny the mnaietrntp hie eoBt.
in noil u r ho w trivial the rami, or how
! i i'-- he go. c.
'r!e f-iti- Htei ineorjioi ,-.le i ,mn,
h .v rn".v rr. Hnirier!. :.ni fully ul.l,.
: hear ax.il try all c-fL-nefe ooriin.ku-rl
chip, their j'.uiJdietir,rifi, f.nd there hi
O" i.i e.l (,r towns full of paid iiihlmh
: rates besides. n the country th" jus-'ie-
r- of the renre can wed nlTord to p.t
ler.rl to the lei-rini-aM thftt mint J l fore
i hem. for 1!ih welfare nt their cmnniii
iiin. nmi the posinon ot prominence the
ofli-'e gives tlii'iu. '
le back to too syf tern hf fore the war,
!.-. re men were glad to serve tholr
ro ;.:hl.e)ihoi)i;i? hp justices of the peace,
i-.iid hen mk'Ii men as Thomas Kuftin
in i (e'nriii- 10 li.tdger felt honoied to
occupy ilie p,iuion of magistrates of !
their i .'.ur.ttcn. v.iihe-ut feo or reward.
Abolish the f. e of jisticcs of the'
P"i'i' in State cuts, and you will adopt J
ie..- In-t ni"nu:i id iti! delivery" that '.
aid I c hit up
The K.fioi t
Pbll'ol; JuLIiN.U.:-1 he nnllHSWi of
lb" Fair are meeting i h th most
f v.-irabl- eneon ruiiem lit" : b nd one hns
but to travel through the towns and
i-ouDtiv. if he would know the interest
'lot ip beinr taken in this enterprise.
In the ire ipiency of this effort many
were the d UeouraRinK observations
made, hut no such observations "are
b-irr made now: and t-o propitious are
the indications of tticcesii that cheeiing
conrRtulatione are wruojj from the
most precarious, and cur sacguiue,
brothers are almost zealots. Ourageuta
are Arm elfectivo work, and with
their exhibits, will bring immense
crowds. Our premium lt ii cut and
ho liberal are the prolfcred premiums
that oven the garrulous gold eaters do
not murmur. Men of national reputa-,
tion have consented to give tone to the
occasion with recitations to the eif of
eloquence. No tfTorts are beio spared
to mahe the occ ision enjiyahle. Ath
letic games w ill be one of the special
features, iind ymi hcou who the
The good citizens of New I'erne. as
a matter of course, will o 'dan h their
doom and let the strangers in ; for the
anticipated thousand s will expect hos
pitality, w here it has never been vainly
sought. V. ii. Davenport.
(iidd Disciivered in Iferlie County in
Winston, N C . Auk- "1 A brum
Philps, while bunting around his
place, vrhich lies on the banks of
Chishey branch, about f.air rtulus from
Windsor, found a pibC of stone which
wan filled with tiuy specks which hhineJ
like gold . lie brought it to town to Mr.
C E. Elarden, a jeweler mid silver
timith, who, after thorough examina
tion, pronounced it to be gold. Mr.
Philps then went back to his home, and
coujmenced to di into the hills along
toe branch, and found a largo quantity
of iho same kind of gold bearing rock,
which ho has shipped to some dealers
iu gold in Philadelphia.
liis two little granddaughters, who
live with him, while wading in the run
of the branch and picking up pebbles to
p'ay with, found several small-sized
nuggets of virgin gold. Mr. Philps
tried to keep tht-t matter secret, but it
has finally leaked out. and Iho whole
country aiourid Chishey is tilled with
people digging for gold.
Mr. Phi ps has always been a very
poor man and has worked hard all of
of his life, and in his old ae he can rest
in ease and aliluence.
The country Brouod Chishey is a '
beautiful country high hills and ice- i
cold streams w hich have their origin
from pprinjis which break forth from
Since ibis gold was found all lands
within live miles of this place have in- ;
creased to a fabulous value, and half-
acre lots ure being sold at prices a ;
thousand acre farm could not command
four weeks ao.
K innilcr's Electrocution Will l'ridi
ably Occur Thursday.
At in k:. N. Y.. Aug 1 No invita
tions have been issued yet to the wit- i
nesses who are to attend tbe execution T
of Kemniler, the murderer, and so
there can be no certainty about tbe date
of the execution, except that it will be
laUr than today. Tbo law requires
tbat tbree dinti' notice shall be giveD
ihe Kinah-fs, Tberw aro indications
that thr- invirations wiil be issued to-,
day and that lhe c-xecutioa will take
pla;-.e Thursday. All stories concern-'
lug the possibility of pcstponemeLt on
account of the mental condition of the
condemned in io or a possible injunc
tion to be eot out again'-; the warden
of d .obtfc) origin.
A Successful Invention.
Mr. J Taylor Ritch: formerly of
Rooky River, Cabarrus county , but who
Has been living in Laurinburg for the
part few years, is on the road to fortune
and fame through an invention. Like
all great inventions, it is a simple one.
It is a patent door bell and alarm com
bined. In ordinary use it is a door
bell, hut the turning of a knob sets it ,
as an alarm which rings tbe moment
the door is opened. It is said to be a
eplendid trick. An Atlanta firm offered
.Mr. Ritch SG5.000 for the right for three
State", te.it he refused the offer. He
has al.eady koM clfi COO woith of State
right-.. lie- inventor is a brother to
Mr. Thomas Ritch. of Charlotte. Char
iinl and Hail S.orm.
Mason City. Iowa. Aug. 5. A de
struens, u inrl and hail atorm, much
woise ir at lim reported, swept over
laceiit-. .-,- o!a. Dickinson. Emmet and
Winn. L'io.i counties Subdny, destroy
ing neatly et cry thing in lis pathway.
Man-. I.ors-cs and cattle I i'ltd and men,
wnn wen- out vt ero badly rut by the
hail and several aie reported seriously
injari d The track of the Ftorjn was
about 14 mdt s v id following eastward
theS aon Minm fi.tu State line. Hail
stores a- lege as hen eggs fell to a
depth f -i x melius, l-'lax which was
a heavy .-rot, was entirely runined.
Wheal a-. ' a.-, s in .hocks were SO badly
daniacfd an rue. to be worth threshing
Several hou-.tn were blown down and
it would tak" I'nousar.dH of dollars to
c.v.i the d linage to farnu as alone.
viiiitli ( uroiiii i I'ulilics.
i HAiii.i ST'N. S. c . Auj. .'. Then
ir. oHt ii, tensely bitter politica Icampaig
ever hl ! iu thi-State was concluded at
Water ford today in the niidrt of ft
d ren,diing -t.oiv, r of rain, and a com
plete eo!lap-e o the platform, and a lot
of proniii-. 'Ml !!- knock down and drng-
10 ! (0
;l.i-. Tin- crowd numbei,ii
. i.--! Si-it - i-i gia-i thai the . am-i.v.-r
Thf result is that Tillman
of the ;!'0 volts e'.octe 1 to tbe
convention, but the light is not yt over.
( I'D l II illllil
bu reooi .1 ol ih
: C.ll i-l
nam in ioi.grci.
, came t.
l ean . 1 r ir very
well calculated to lull
HUKpicioii m t he mind o
to wh.ii Jli t 'j,, a !.,,
doing. And vi bat ba
be ban emi-.u in in aled r
eole i mil ncc ad vatic.,-.-
1'dH ui b l - ei i,M 1 1 ii , f, t - . : 1 1
ln-tt-ni li-ltin .t lo f al ' h t 1 1 -
OH to l-.r;, li ot pell V , )b i I il
( -Heal I. Hill Villi H l.C r-( ,' .re ,
the Inor-l impoi f.'i; of ' ,
li'led by white iiii-u W '.n
author of thiH i i f-i i e' i e ;. i
phletso corcerni ,i about lb:
Mr. Ci eatbam lo I .'oi.ei -t y
the PL. I) . etc , fn orkr d
sending a ''negro ' fir.m
CongrtsBional 1 i l r i t of
Una. w bile the State of P.oii.'h
lhe auihor trf I .e pacif i-k
the position ol Judge, i- it-. -been
far ffmit liin Liar. I. ..
t i. ill ' W i. doe- . t , , ....; . , ,
Olitl.jliatcd old eronv i
"beaiben" conrtuuericv i
conyresaional di-irict , r
lina? Why is hi? inter.- -t
upon Mr. (Jheathamr Whctcr
has that gentleman prforn.t i
bis ti ice has iia.in-nk . ..e
of phosphorus nit- tie ' -r i
i- lend a. Causing t-..;n. - !ir ; I -voice
to pieach to u- : e.;r .
the beam set m-. lio;.. k s-i ,
own e i y Probably I i n
like the honor of ki ml in a
chief council of th,. i .,i.o,
seech yon. dear nr. a--i-i ..
respect. As for Mr. f.i-,- m.ai:
it that he towels so fir .mo ;
ble constituents that if o.:,. ... .
a le.terhe fails to unswer , i i
his communication in a- i
uoes our wortny leginiator force.
l in at
it s to the votes of these very p
owes bis preterit eievar.ion !
write white men. why tna. i
color ? We aro informed i-.m!
that a certain sum of "hoodie"
propriated by the Nat It. p t
campaign expenses in Cravei
N, C. . and second Cong distric
!imo. To whom and whore
f lle -mt
should this money have bet n penty
Why, colored men of couth.-. 'It cannot,
be urged that there are no co'ord men
Ht to handle the hoodie of the (i O p
If that's the case we'll krew v K,
in the future. Where is If. n - r , j
Douglass, of New periie. N. ( i, ,
man Kep. Ex. Com of Craer. c. i, . -i
and many others, without placin,.- v
into the hands of a few whit" ir.t;.
whose allegiance to the Rep... b! ioar.
party in the South is largely u u.att- r
of dollars and cents Why Ji ! i ot
representative use his inl! i- n .
advantage of the colored ire,,
party V "Pet him Ihat thmi-ri be
standeth tate heed lent he fall ' is -a b
indifference will inevitably lea,: di,.
astrous reriilts to sono hoiiy nmbii io'.
aud will lunly alienate seif -respi i tir e
negroes from the "class" of men v. o
have heretofore buen ' pirn '-r-d ' in the
hulls of t ongr-rr!' fr.je. the '-ci '. I
dietiicl of North tiarolie i
Vie had the pleasure n. i i . . i i c
t&tor at the Republican eoun: , or. , r
tion which met at New H. ii N
July 31st, 18U0 That ilu pt.-.-a , di
were far less boisterous tna., u-oi i
duo to the tact of the i l; niniiir.
intercut the r.i'e l; i . ,
bright aud brilUae: fie
blunder, ho -vev r. c- : a
convention. It i a II . ..
absolute) CeCHSHal ) I'! .
Ugislative halls .1' North
man cf brond and peneirai
one well versed in that law v.
to make, correct and reviai.
we desire in Senate and ( ),- n.
bly negroes who arc able to
: ai A
at lea.t to some vxtent the gra.ia .! en
croachments of race prejdij ice i. ,.oe
rights and liberties. A man i. i
even speak English correct l. l.-i
wants to leave hi chnrc.ii to "fa., .-i.i i.h
wolves," to make laws for u to i eye i y .
Away with such. One who con-tantiv
uses auch expressions as "I dree r, i .
seed him myself down d ... ' 1 , -lator!
Whew! How will h be ..!
gainsay the learned? Denioi re; ai j
what kind of reply will he be p.i U t
make to any virulent Speed e cr vi a,
opposition to any law filled fr t. i; -'
to Omega with Negrophohip ' . ; -t
reply, forsooth! Hit down a'e'. a;
ground peas. Then agidn, so far a..
person of intelligent e cculd d'. e.
Moore was certainly nominaud
evening, he receiving ?, of the (i ; v
giving him a clear ar.d ind.tp...
t tie. What comparison, lorsooUi.
be made between the versatii.
forcible logic of young Moore ai.a
rude, ungrammatica! clius-s ji ai-said-to-be-nominatedy
No douo- ta.
latter was backed by one or moie oi the
men (ring-masters) who !ia -,- b tn
chicanery cureej the Negro Itpub: lean
ism of Craven county tor the p a-e iii
teen or sixteen years, mor, oi true a;. a
who willingly puff up an 'tie iai.:
negro into prominent places in order t.
use him as a tool for their o--:i n. ih-d-ends.
'Tiftime we learned to bo., tie
party ourselves where v e ai. i:, t i .
majority, and s long u i on k-t ai. ahri
race of men boss you so lo; g . ,;i i ,aj
suff'-r the most eicrutiiiiny th. e .cio
Sic Semper Tyrannis '. .Niei- -r e
be rectiliert at the billc b-.v '
ploro you for the sake of i. tn ;
men, lead us right aud win-.- to.
arrives for us to bear the hrtin' ... -.
fight we can look back and ink.- o.,.. -e-from
your actions. 'Tis tei y.-ni n. -to- .
wp remain true to th" prir:";". - e -Republican
party nr v. . -
black regions of political tea
servitude. There should re'-:..- a a. '
the fcolish bickering t ' .-.-': tt
"city" throw al I such n-.a.- : : t it
hereafter semi Negro.- to i . n
tive halls cf the State oi N. i... ' i--lina
and to the national e v.
have tact, talent and ability
are inspired by a determine!
spirit of devotion to the w
interests of the Negro ra-
Gentlemen, si quid
ignosce. satis est vertjorurr
Yours for the race.
TUK I'AKTY HKl'OKTl'.l. 1 o 1.
fcl'l.IT L I' ) KK Till. -I- a
RAhElOll, N. C, Auguti '
stitutiou's correspondent t-.d
viewed Secretary Harris, of i
licau State Executive Co.-niitiie .-.
gaidlng the status of vllaii:. u N
Carolina. The secretary soj s ! a. p.
is all to piecis and this coinl.i. :
affairs exists over the nutire Sim.-, i n.
administration, he decline.-, is i.tihii
sible, having sub .'i dinated eve; n!ni..;
to keeping Eaves in dice at. i-..;,.,-. ;,a
of the western district. Ham-, say - m
members of the State c,..n; m ute. u..
sured him today thut while ti .ie u.
prospects for the election oi iaoa i
ltepublicon, in the fifth, tie r1- i. a i.-a
slight chance for the eh etita 1 .v..ii
Republican of the ninth i: e- --n;i-;
from 1 1 itr parlies that i:eih m- -chances
in thebeconil distre ; tie -oi -.;
and that tho Democrats wiil .,e. a i- tin.
ers' Alliancemau ngiiiHi hiei In i a- . .
nearly all the Democratic Conr i-si.-iihi
candidates will be A i 1 1 o -v
Ther--! wa. et l :....' ., M-alt a. .
ihi- h f it-ri.-ooii . '.ao i o ' :t- ' .i ..-'
tt i , -ie tad in ii i;:-'. ' ' - - ' a ,
gie-.nteiii ('li.'i'tli .hi .. .. : '.'-. ;,m-.
traieao I l c i.-o . i-i ------
or tin N er.- ! o . ' -
till i e
it i . t t i. . .- i -.
y. k- v i.- si ., v. - - .... , , . .
should a! .in'.'-- lit .'-'. i, I. ili.'i
teelhlei.'. i'. f-ii'i't't. th !:.-.! -oe- e.r
the gums dl.ii r- . j . i : e i - " i it '
colic , aiel i. lie- note, r-tt..,, tor Iliir
rhiea Tweuij ti v u .enir a null ie . iil
j .; , .v-x.:i.''y
: X-f- i .
11 " tOYS
' ts when
, ; pleasant
I:: ie, iind act
i ' en the Kidneys,
i-. ! in c -.- tlie Bye
.' ' i i i - head-
' .j. . i the
e 1 ac
; , j i oiiijit in
iilv iKiiehcinl in its
' . t . in the moist.
. ; if oii bi-lances, its .
- -: tnend it
i .. it the most
: i sale in 50e
i u ii .tding lrug
li:.'.a druggist who
i hand will pro
c 1 -r any one who
' ' red accept any
CALtrQRNifi Fib SYRUP CO.
'. ' :A : i ) M
L hTW YORK. H.Y
Apail.e-. : iCi-a ia.. i vach noetrilfBBd
ii;e .,!!. t . -.' ....i if m lrni;ete: bjr
ir.a:: i ':ift..,'.H.i ,:. Kl.V BROTHERS,
v ie , - e.Vwioik aerltidwly
'. s Se;:. ikicj, are ncUm till callynnct
I er - iiaj.iti.-, , na.Hl far maigr
.e.-i.-i I, w li li wucivi,bDd for over
1 .;:. pi-...i.. Ev.-ry ulnlo Bp
! i -i-" t-.r ia.tl.,ctt.e iiMrni'it.
-. li ),.,.! I rlnitfi'tnu. PUTC
-ii. . . 1 at., .ii ln-f Anl
' ' -''. i - .tU ini'thtiWrlA
' ' 1 1'UJCEK.
! - 'eu , mui Mil .
ti.airf ef Inianta
W ..i we .
(i yin a
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