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K, K. HAKTKB, Prariaar.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, AUGUST 21. IMlu
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California ships mr-.cot a; a
peaches to Germauy
GKN. LCWUSTBKKT au to be
writiDg a history of his campaigns.
A CYCLONE off Cuba i w.tid to
bj approachiug our coast in ti e
direction of CharlooU u.
THKEK are not enough l.twyers
Bominuied for the Georgia Lvgi.-la-Cara
to flit the judiciary comant
During the Sn Salvador riots
the American nag; at Libertad
was hauled dona and t lie consul
Lieut. Governor Uult has
assumed control of the Executive
Department, Gov. Fowle being sh
unt from the capitol.
Tns liepublicau herd :i in .i bad
waj. lieed tbt hollo -hen,
Blaine the bellows uad 11 tru.-on
tbe blind itaggers.
THE Lord Mayor of Londou an
noaneed that there is reason to bt-1
Here lhat the linssian government
will not eu.oice its edi t agaiut
Five hundred delegates utteudtd
the meeting of the State Farmeis'
Alliance at Asberrlle on Tuesday,
every count ta the State was e
THE New Orleans Picayune say,:
MBat a lawful fence must be horse
high, pig tight and bull strong.
Some ol the political fences are
going to be tested to the full."
Somebody, has called a certain
United States Senator Codfish
Hoar. Havn't our aquatic friends
good cause to bring an action for
deformation T An apology is due to
the whole fish tribe. :
It is said that the Kepublicau J
leaders axe calling a halt. It is I
useless, gentlemen. A stampede is j
inevitable. The best you can do j
is to bead them off from the Demo .
cratic party and make them take j
to the woods.
"THE Philadelphia Dufletin joins !
The Ledger, Mr. Child's paper, in j
urging; the Republican Congress to
quit and go home." In this these
excellent periodicals repeat evi
dences of the facility with which
they join the majority.
"BlSMARCK's friends complain I
bitterly of the German newsDaDer i
orgna that have turned so savage !
ly against their former master." ;
Nothing strange. It is tire uai. !
versal custom to worship the rising
rather than the setting sun.
Speaker Reed with his broad
sash around his ample person re
minds one of the manner in which
a certain animal is exhibited at
oounty fairs: and if the Speaker
will wear a red blanket the re
semblance will be more striking.
Watch that belly-band for if it slips
there will be ua devil of a kicking."
The New York Star's London
Special of Wednesday confirms the
news of the intention of the British
Government to increase its garri
sons at American stations. This
may not indicate immediate war,
bat it shows England's intention to
ba ready In the event of war with
the United States.
The State banquet to President i
ojmitvmiu iu Dmwu Jiouuay was a
Oa..:.. Z mm. T . " r i
dull affair, the President stipulat
ing in his acceptance that there
should be no after dinner speeches."
Correct wine and free 6peech would
teB awfully on the Admioiitra!ion.
iIottf is the word.
TffB cenans returns give the
boated debt ot North Carolina in
1890 as $7,511,00 In 18S0 onr
debt was 15,422v04r. Cash and
fasds on hand are report.-d as
t73,032J2l against 95,5GJ 57 in
1880. The net debt of the State in
1880 was 015,326,475:44 aBd in 1SP0
it Is reported J7,533,568.79.
TOT purpose of certain partits
to Fight Vance brings to mind tbe
fable of tbe stallion and the rooster.
The rooster said be would fight the
stallion if there was to be no step
ping on toes : for his part if he steps
on the stallions toes it would le
entirely accidental, and he hoped four miles from the city. The sub
the stallion wald be careful not to : stance, whatever it is, comes from
Step on his toe. out the eide of a bank of earth in a
TffiEForfolk VirMniansavs: -Mr.
Eed will have anpther outrage to
antra himself with next winter,
Tto?,gro liepObJicans of North
CajxBii talk . of "abstaining from
votfixtliis jear, taken with the
idearof showing the white brethren ;
Of ths party that the men who do ;
:-,dtIl Toting may not be ignored
of ofllc :
TlEE Concord" Times says that
tbJ KOOd popl ol Durham in their
ja ajSUCta t banquet
to the Press
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AHUClaUOQ fjau DO Wine OT
of OJ , kind. We are greatly
pleased at inis exceptionally ap-
roptra conduct, and hope it will
prtCBdent that will be followed
"&y all . fc-inqoets, not only to the
afresaf lAwociaticrn but to every
tpberbody. We are glad of the
fact that the Association returned
l&anka by a- rising vote. Where
vine and punch are abundant the
TOte of thanks is nsually taken
r voce. W e pause to ask : N hat
. . . . ..
aer wwy ot men in .ortn i. aro
no wonld have returned thanks
for the absence of wine T
KIM 1'ORI.VL yoTT.
'jKi'i'I's arc w.uj'.cd to protect
railroads in No .Mexico.
Winston is to have a one hun
dred thouind dollar hotel.
A SM iKEl.Kss powder factory is
t be budt in We ft. Virginia.
SIXTY lho;i.-a:ui men are idle at
Cardiff in consui'ieuee ol a strike.
We are Klsd to learn that Sena-
tor Vance is neither scared, fright
ened nor alarme-.
Rkmemiieu the Democratic
State Convention ruee.s at Raleigh
on the 20 of August.
Again it is declared that "the!
Force bid is down." I . is usual to i
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cousiuer oue uoomeu v. neu uc
John 1 U v lf. C)'Rkii.i.v, i he poet,
and i ! :ur of t he i'
s: on 1'ilot, died
on cumlav from an uerdose
cldoii, taken lor iusom ma.
THE Seu ate committee on post
offices and jH)st roads have ordered
iu:i lotterv bill to bo reportedi, .
lee imniendatiLii that it
One .it the latest revelations in
New Voik politics is the purpose
to briag out Secretary Tracy as a
candidate to succeed Mr. Evarts in
the C S. Senate,
xiik Grand Army of the Republic
( Dave iateIy held an annual meeting
tin Rton under favorable ansoices.
e are Kiaj tuat the Grand Army
j Encampment was a grand success,
Harrison's administration has
1 gtFen many evidences of weakness,
,: bat jn nothing does the President
i.hnw his unfitness for hizh oosition
80 mnch as in his advocacy of the
Nereaska Kepublicans unite
in tbo declaration that they hope
tneir party in Congress "will not
pass any law that wpuld unsettle
the business interests of any sec
tion of our common country,"
The Farmer8 Alliance seems to
be making great headway in the
South, but the leopard is notchang-
iDg its spots. Their nominees and
leaders are Democrats, and will be
more useful to that party under the
guise of farmers than under their
proper name. It would, for exam-
i pie, be extremely awkward for Re-
Publicans in the Senate and House
to SetnP and denounce the Farmers
in the language they usually employ
wlieQ speaking of Southern Demo-
erats. ruuaaeipuia i.euger.
If Mr. Blaine is also opposed to
the elections bill, as is now stated,
and ifhis visit to Cape May to see
Mr. Harrison does not straighten
him out, the chance of its passage
is gona. In 1S74 he opposed what
was known as the "force bill,"
witch Gen. Grant recommended,
and succeeded in defeatng it. He
can do the same with the present
measure in the senate if he desires.
The way things are going, Mr. Blain
is evidently preparing to be a live
candidate for the presidential nomi
natiion in 1892. Boston Evening
Now that the women of North
Carolina are appealed to to help
the movement to secure a Confeder
ate Soldiers' Home at Raleigh, and
thpv are to receive commissions to
work in the different coanties for
fW pnil p mav nprt pnmnlflt
j success. 'When the Southern
j women set their heads together to
i carry oat a patriotic or benevolent
scheme they know of no such word
as failure. vVe understand the
i commissions are neat and are em
bellished with colored lithographs
of the Confederate flag and tbe
jlligof North Carolina, and bear
the names of President and Secre-
tary Stronach and the directors.
; The old "Tar, Pitch and Turpen
tine State" is about to show up the
' greatest conceivable possibilities in
that line. The old State has the
greatest possibilities in everything
if they were only known and de
veloped. Hut the matter of interest
now is what appears to be a mine
of actual tar which has been found
on Mr. II. iS. Pulltn's land, about
stream about the consistency of!
pnttT- This stream ,il it may be
called a stream ) forces its way out
of the land pure and solid. It is
about six inches in diameter, it is
cut oil when three or four inches
huve oozed 'Jt- I'eople who have
Deen rhere declare it is pure tar.
Mr- NV- c- McMackiu, among others,
h11 ba tb"e- n y looks
iKe tar, aniens nue tar, tastes HKe
tar and, by Jupiter, it is tar."
Haleigh State Chronicle.
V Machine to Measure Land.
UiLi.noKn, N. C, Aug. 14.
William Clifton. Mangaer of Bis
hop Lyman s farm, at Ilillsboro,
u 1... i i : r
uuo j uo u Luiupit'icu t inncuine ior
J , , , , t
land. It can be worked
r boy. It registers it's
remeuf. and is just what
.r ! n " rvnu m on onpin iv
by a man or
i f irmer nr unv nnn maaonrinr.
i,i ,..1, it ;;!,. i 10
IJ pounds, and can be run like a
handwheel. A patent has been
Two Million Uoxes of OraBgcs.
J A"K SON V I T.T.K. KIa.. Ancr . L'S
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uareinl estimates of the erowine
orange crop places it at two million
, boxes or tho same as last year.
BISHOP IRELAND ON M 110()1
Tip Thinks Kelisri ui SIkmiM ot
IjjnoreU In Uie State (i(inl.
From an address delivered ly
Archbishop Ireland before the
Educational Convention held at
St. Paul we copy the following
abbreviated account, which takes
up an important question and one
that we fear ia too much neglected
in this day of cramming learning
- j into the heads of the youth ol our
country that of Christian char
Lie said, in part, that he "up
holds the parish schools, but would
not have all schools State schools
To the child must be imparted in
no 11161111 degree, that the man may
earn for himseil an honest compe-
i :t i.: ,r r .V
icutc nun uiuuit uimseii oi iue
which society exacts from
"No tax is more legitimate than
i lK.it !. .Iirwl iiiiH it- filmnl il )n
0 (disbursed by State officers for this
specific purpose. I unreservedly
I favor State laws making instruction
! compulsory, instrucuon is so mucti
. raanLn H' futon mfwun fnr iio rtvi
! aatv jiiiu iui tu.it 111 nuclei iiil
the father who neglects to provide
for his child's instruction sins
against the child ami against
society, and it behooves the State
to punish him.
"The secular instruction in the
State schools is our pride and our
glory, and I regret that thtre is the
necessity for the existence of the
parish school. The spirit of the
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nanxh schoo . f not th Rehno
itaolf i BrirUam-Pafl a mnn cr A mtri.
can Protestant, and is made mani all our woes.
fest by their determined opposition 1 The tariff bears nnjusth- on our
to the exclusion of Scripture read- , lf impose, onnecessary
ing and other devotional exercises , , .
from the school room. burdens and grievous wrongs on
"There is a dissatisfaction with them for the benefit of soulless
the State school as at present corporations, the protection of
organized. The State school, it is forejgn industries, and the aggran
said, tends to eliminate religion dizement of (ligtant commanlties,
from the minds and hearts of the .
yonth of the country. This is my 'or tllls alL The Social
grievance against the State schools government has seized upon North
of today. Believe me, my Protes-1 Carolina's great staple production
tant fellow citizens, that I amaad eTiv&a from it the chief in-
aDSOiuteiy sincere wnen i now
declare that I f.m speaking for the
weal of Protestantism as well as
that of Catholicism. I am a Catho
lic of course, to the finest fibre of
my heart, unflinching and uncom
promising in my faith. But God
forbid that I desire to see in
Amerioa the ground which Protes
tantism occupies exposed to the
chilling and devastating blast of I
unbelief. Let me be your ally in
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siernimug iuu eweniug uue oi irie
ligion, the death knell of Christian
life and of Christian civilization. j
"The State school is non re j
ligions, ignores religion. There is '
and there can be no positive re
ligious teachings where the prin-!
ciple of non-sectarianism rules. It ,
follows, then, that the child will
grow up in the belief that religion
is of minor importance and
11 1UUO 1 UUl nil J ll l n 111 HI 11 lo
creed. The great mass of children
nerious inainerence win oe nis
receive no first lessons, and attend :
no Sundav school, and the great!
mass of the children of America
are growing np withont religion.
The (State does not teach religion : i
but for tbe sake of its people and
for its own sake it should permit j
and facilitate the action of the:
church. But it hinders this action. ; fore, to let the white aud black
Let the State look to itself. The ; settle their affairs amoDg them
mind which it polishes is a two selves. There is no wrong that one
edged sword an instrument for i may tlo to the other which will not
good or an instrument for the evil, i in time rectify itself. As for onr
It were fatal to polish it without ! Northern friends Republicans es
the assurance that in all likelihood ! pecially let them devote them
it shall be an instrument fox good, selves to tho diligent minding of
"Yon say the State school teaches their otu business. Grave are the
morals, but without religious prin-j problems surrounding them here
ciples do not exist. Secularists ; and everywhere in tbe North,
and unbelievers will interpose their There are clouds of discontent
rights. I do not impose my re- ) makmg and breaking around the
ligion on them, nor should they i horizon : a feeling that labor is
impose their religion of secularism
on us. Again, there are differences
amone' Christians, and Catholics
would not inflict their belief upon I
non-Catholics, nor should Protes- i
tantism be inflicted upon Catholic i
children. Some compromise be-j
comes necessary. Taxation with-
out representation is wrong, and 1
while the minority pays school i
taxes, their belief should be re-.
spected. America is trying to j
divorce religion and tbe school,
although religion pervades our ;
systems aud the schools were
originally religions through and '
through. Miss Marv Lee, the youngest
"As a solution of the difficulty, I daughter of Gen. K. E. Lee, posses
wonld permeate the regular State se8 A wonderful memory for laces
school with the religion of the ma ; and names. Even a casual ac
jority of the children of the land, quaintance met years before is not
be it as Protestant as Protestant- forgotten, and meeting him several
ism can be, and I would, as they years afterwards she at once speaks
do in England, pay for the secular uis ame and recalls all the details
instruction given in denominational : ot ti,cir former meeting. Miss Lee
schools, according to results that carrJl, fr0m Egypt to witness the
is, each pupil passing the examina unveiling of the statne of her
tion before State officials and in . father. She has spent the last Ave
full accordance with the State pro-! year8 in Portugal, France, Prussia
gramme, would secure to his school an,i the Island of Eadeira. She is
the cost of the tuition of the pupil . rai! woman of distinenished
in the State school.
"Another plan. I would
P.Afaofntifa rt a I Pntftliin in I . 1.
iiauwjauu vaiiiuiito m uuu-
h.eepsic, auu otner places in our
own country, nave agreea 10 UO, to
the gTeat satisfactoin of their citi-;
zens and the great advancement of
educational interests. In Pongh
j a.i , - . v t . .
keepsie the city school board rents
the building formerly used as
schools, and from the hour of f) a.
m. to 3 p. m. the school is in every
particular a State school, no re
ligions instruction coming between
the boars named, and the school
being in charge of the city school
Many elements combine to make
a prosperous people. The country
' mnst. Via hAa.1r.hfn) an1 nriMlnntiirfl
1 i-.u..... l..i ,
u . . , ,
' the government protective of the
rights of citizens, society secure in
; the possession of good order re-
i c '
iligons liberty and educational
j advantages, and the people them -
1 selves must be industrious, intelli
i rrent and virtnons
North Carolina has all this and
more. Mortuary statistics show
ai,Ki : .
1 l"BL lucie is uo part or me western
world where the death rate is lower
I ban it is in North Carolina. Indeed
people iioin the ends of the earth
enne hither to drink of her health
giving v. a;eis and feel the exhilera
t ing effee' of tier salubr ous climate.
There am no 1 iimIm more produc
tive than ours. The mops of 'North
Carolina are bettei tod iv than the
aie in any part oi the l.'nion.
Her government is Democratic.
and th s is all that need be said ol
govern men f , and her soeietj
will bear comparison with that of
any C' mmnnity iu the civilized
world. No peojre are more indus-triou-,
intelligent and virtnoup
than are the progressive and dn
cated people of the old North State.
Then, is not North Carolina pros
perous ! Sne is prosperous to a
.1 .. , v.... i,i i,,.
ueier iii.i' .-""mu iiiom. uci
fonndly gratefnl, but the measure
nf hei jirosperi''. is not full. Theie
are I : n.i r iui e-' to her develop
merit : tLr-re are cloggs lhat I'L-Ueer
her leet iu the race foi pieemi-
nem-e in the is?ei hood of States.
Si.e bears an unjust proportion
of the burden of the general
government. Such was not the
intention of the founders of our
Federal Cri'mii. They intended
that there should be equality of
privilege ami equality of burden.
'Equal rights to all; special pr'vi
leges to none," was the doctrine of
our f ui.ers. Departure from tluir
, . , , ,- :
nrecents and dregard ol their
' exailllde is the prolitlC KOUrce Of
terual revenue of the country;
thus imposing upon her a burden
unknown to the majority of her
Let the general government
abolish the war tariff, and take the
tax off of tobacco, and North Caro
Una will become the home of pros-
can this be done ! By the
return of the Democratic party to
power. It is useless to expect de
liverance from any other quarter.
For a century it has been the
guardian of the people, and never
for a moment has it slept on its
post. Faithful in the past, and
. tirm and resolute iu the present, 1
re-!cals u 0I1 tne virtuon8 and the
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brave to rali lu lt8 11 JU1 Ntnke I
for honor and prosper ity
THE IIEKALI) ON THE FORCE KILL,
Tiiu Xew Yotk Herald speaks
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W18e1' 1D dlscusslDg tbe ,nto erable
Iorc UU1. w ueu 1L 8 1
'Tt is the part of wisdom, there i
without due reward, that the bur
den of war tariff is too grievous to
he born : that a tariff which dooms
hundreds of thousands to an end- every one who has children to edu
less night of misery in coal an iron i cate to be a subscriber to some good
mines in order that Mr. Carnegie newspaper. The writer thinks that
mav revel in wealth isagreaterla religious paper should fi'st be
crime than slavery, and that Gov-1 introduced in a lami'y and then an
eminent by going to the devil, as j agricultural paper. In the New
expressed iu recent financial legis- j Berne Jovjinal we have a re
lation in Washington, will end iu ;
bankruptcy and social disorder.
With these problems at home we
can leave the South to take care of
rilliailCV Ol Conversation WOICU
arrt natnre's best ci ts to her spy.
Mitfir,H will rsmain in A me.rioa I
visitin"- friends in the South until ;
nPTt snrincr when she will sail for i
r e. -
Rome. News Obsorver.
A PUftsant Utiuon JD.luk.
For biliouHnees and constipation, t-.ke
For indigestion nml foul stomach, take
For siek and nervous headaches, take
For aleeplesdneat and nervousness,
.u t J,c-i;.,-
flh C UrjUJUU LillAII.
For Ions of appetite and debility, take
lor revers, cnins
and malnria, take
Lemon Elixir will not full you in any
of the above diswasea, all of which arise
fr0m a torpid or diseased liver, stomach,
kidneys, bowels or blood.
unr "y by Pr" M"ZI'EY' At
00c. and Si 00 per bottle
promintDi niniurr wrim.
After ten years of great suffering
f rAm i n i trou t inn nr i I rt is r u u t nnrrrniiB
prostration. bilioueness, disordered!
kidneys ami constipation 1 have been I
cured by Dr. Mcztey a Lrnon Elixir,
and sm now a well man
Rev- 0 Dvls-
1 tilln,w f0l narl l Ata! G.
The (.'uiiiiing ea-im.
Canning is an iaipiovemeii !ip-!i
the old fashione d raeth id oi ore
serving pou.'.d for pound i;i gar.
It retains m re ol t!.e t er,h no
natural llivi.r, i lai h-s.- tr (Ubie to
prepare and inoie eeuiioa, iia-tl. Aii
liuits ina !), c.ur.ied or v j i h
out sugar, as r I i mi; i, takes no
iai t w h i'i ver i . t i;e
For Havo; ing r
lee- i : is desi i .(!!- ; (
witliiiijr sng ii . I'll,
feet ly s.ni.i i a id fro
ver verge ol dcca :
a- i'.d water
:.in the fruits
se Ol; ly per
-a i : u i
reduced rat- s
ferment af'tei e . -ig, a
only hse I'rtiit, ,vi; .r an
very oiten the jars as well.
All large fruits, after lining,
should be inirnediaieh ft, low u into
cold wiiter to prevei; i di.-foloi.;tiofi,
then boiied in clear v. a: r until
tender, then again in the swap.
Sm.dl traits retain their
more perfee: I v if Higaitd
two hours belli:.- ea. iving. A
tei' te ispoonlai .i alum ad.,
eacii pound of ug..; harde:
fruit and gives r i;i ;;l;au-v.
L irge-mouthed glass jars, with
poicel ii;i lined or g!-u. tops ouiy,
should be used. They rd.nld be
thoroughly heated beloie lil.ing,
tilled quickly through a wide
mouthed funnel to overii awing. A
silver spoon baud le should be ; sed
around the iua!e of the jar, to
break any air bubbles tlia may be
there, and the tops set;, id on
without delay. Stand t'.;e jus
while filing on a folded towel to
prevent breakage. After sealing,
stand the jars iu a warm part of
the kitchen over night. In the
mora lug the covers should agaiu be
tightened, as the glass will contact
after cooling, and put them awa
iu cool, not cold, dry, dark closets.
in a weeit exauiiuo eacn j tr care
fully, without shaking or disturbing
more than necessary. Ifou find
the lids slightly ilidented,the con-
tents free from air bubbles, and the ;
,. i ... , ' i
hquid settled you may rest assured !
they will keep. If you find the op ;
posite, open the jars immediately j
to prevent bursting. This fruit may '
be re-cooked and used at once, but.
is never satisfactory if again
canued. Use only the be.st, granu
lated sugar. Fruit canned with
sugar of an iuferior quality is never
clear, and is also more liable to
The surplus- juice that exudes
from small fruits, such as straw 1
berries, raspberries and plumbs,
may be strained and boiled for jelly.
A porcelain-hned kettle, rather ;
broad than deep, is best. Copper to the old Kentucky Woolen Mills, one
or brass must be thoroughly i of the largest jeans manufacturing con
elAnriK d with nll and viiiecor. antl ' oerns in tho South.
even tuen tne articles are more or
less imbued with verdigris that is
produced iu them by tbe action of
Small oil stoves are most con
venient for canning, preserving or
jelly making; the kettle being im
mediately over an oven and intense
heat, the contents boil quickiy, t bus
retaining color and ll-ivcr.
If the directions are carefu'l v fob
- - - - - ... j ...
lowed, and there is not too large a
quantity cooked or scalded at one
time to prevent careful manage
ment of each jar. riot one can in a
hundred will be lost. Mrs. Rarer
in Table Talk.
Farmers say their crops ar: dam
aged at least '17) per cent.
The political clouds have roiled
away, to some extent, and many of
our clever candidates have left the ! nel organization was effected- Wild
, , , ;n.. . ,. and exciting econes characterized Ub
field and are quietly resting under j DroceedingB.
the Shade of the trees. The c)imay was reached at 4:30 this
In a few mouths the r ailroad will j morning, when the Tillmanite majority
be completed to Jacksonville, adopted ne w party constitution, which
,,r , .. i , , .- - , in effect rejected the proposition for
Won't it be a joj ful time with the primary e!GCJtion8 10 fcnlMe delegates to
good Old farmers of Onslow when I cbe September nominating convention,
they see their produce going to I The atraightout faction of the con
market at the rate of tift.v miles an I vention consisting of Charleston.
lir..-.Ti intirci'jil itt' tiiL-incr if. tan liA" ru !
UUUl IU011.1IU Ul ,.tllHUt.U,.,TVVfc.i.-t
.1 ,.. .Vi.-
to go uuC mi.ei oriu,uuw !
We think it the whole
ngious, agricultural, aim punucm
paper combined, making it one of
the best papers published ill the
South. And surely every citizen
iu the good old county of Onslow
let his occupation be what it may.
should be a reader and subscriber
of ihe New Heme Journal.
We, as Democrats of Onslow
county, are for Vance; aud woe
unto that man who is against him.
No man has ever fixed himself in
the esteem and affection of the
people of North Carolina as has
Zebulou H. Vance. He has risen
to the full height of patriot
and statesman, ami his name today
is a loving household word in every
. . .r . , , j i i xti, u.i.
section ot the good old North b a te. ;
When we remember how well he .
conducted the affairs of North Caro-;
lina while more than oue hundred,
and fifty thousand Of her brave -
- T... olwill in
Wtll' laciu; ouul auu nuui 111
tne ereat ana oioou war struggles
Ot 18bo to lbOL ana wnen were-
member too that he has been a
soldier in the field and has been in
, . . .
ac'ive battle, we as jjemocrais anu
Alliance men, cannot help being a
unit for his re election to the I'. S.
Senate. The late
attack surely has done him no
harm, and we as brethren and
Democrats condemn it. Never have
Onslow Democrats been tried and
, found wanting.
Dea'ers Airree to
""'t tbe Ihlsincss.
1 a St N CITY. IiAVA, An
Mason City, Lava, August 11.
A. conference ol Origiual Package
dealers was held eterday aud
in a general agreement
j that all would close up business
not attempt to contest the lega
I of the law. This ends the exist
... . i
of the original package saloons.
It is estimated that 1.j,(00 saloons
in Iowa were iu operation Friday
and ninetenths ot these have now
When a man thinks himself a
genius he lets his hair grow long;
when a woman thinks she has a
mission to fall till in life she cuts
her hair short.
a ' : a .v : . iii..; i. i
New Periic I!,ilH.: In tier Railroad.
Kl'IToit J. .1 ,.. ,
er- ri.Hctirit; Jl'.'xt
ouf;lit t-o iii-iki- hi
- u ihe etockholil
wrck, New Borne
r- af felt resrardine
i r i
: ii ' bottling up" p-Mie
C. Ii. K.
' '.nil" immemorial the pii
--i liy tier, corporation bar1 he. i
O in I.'..- ir,t rc-irt of New Heine.
w-.'tn : 'ii p. i. ney iir.d lio-.n.u
jt. la.- I'.iuiiiii-rciii una i;.Iu-iii..i
" l;f li.i' eiiv !i-:i been rer.'tr i e.i
Nui h:- ai.v -leii-in of iro- r.mritrv
tigti-Mirt to the ro t.l n.;ni ben, ii ... . '.,
bv i stive :ir. i exi'-pi tc w. ni.'tu r
ll.liiiO no.;! i...t:i.
"li e po.'i:,- of fli , j.M.i. :il5 tO
fn '..- i s.iIrli-'-oro. I.y ' pirttliim" nt that
pniio n.iri c ni,.(l tlif other ri)iii there
to b .tile up ' thiii section of the State,
and e .ridt qaen tl y New Berne Iiks l;a i
n" a -;e to the interior, bfy ond V.i ne
ii v cur. we expect ths VV. cfc W.
in. ) t!n N. J. railroida to open and
Oik i r. --,n traiiio rppnions with
fner. Ill !!J ftlu In.lir. . r tviinro
au .K men niiH(. una aoHiination,
, 1 . , ...
-.. ... ..... 11 uui it i'..u.n
11.. ., 1 '.ver tr.pm, wnen our road 1-1 at
perp iii.il warf-.ie with them : rutting
( iol is'ioro, and demoralizing
thj irniiimorctio;i bnsinens Ht tlmt
'J ha Atlariiir. ("oast Line extem'.s fro, 11
Nw York, by the O: i Dominion. Sea
board and Wilmington and Weldon
rouip, to ( io'drtbnro.
The m;ern (larolina Disp.iteli line
extei.iis Trorn New York to Holdisboro,
over tap Pennsylvania. connecting
war, r linf h. on i the A. & N. J. H K.
litre ib dirpi't nnd sharp competition,
as properly there should bo. but the
U'oaBt Line pi-ople complain that fitir
cool petition in riot preserved, and I ence
thar, when th.. end of our line ici
reached at Ooldhboro. we phall have no
favor over their. So aW. of the N
1 '. r K & D. line, a felio w member of
the Associated Railwayn: thev elope 1
the door trnn.-t
us because our road, j
1 they s.y. in an I-hmaelite
There never Ihih been a time when
the A. t'z N. (J It R., with the pioper
man i,;ement, could not havo had fair
Iml. t rr.i n i. a rt r.. a n-itl. .1.., ...V,.,
. rna,iH entering Goldshoro.
New n. rne ought to iusint upoa a
i change of policy on thepart of tho road.
1 Sbe 'Kbt to protest against the dis-
''at..on tho road has
favored other points to her long con-
tinued detriment. Oat-ntlet.
EXPLOSION OF WHISKY I'.ARKELS.
a i fat fike cestrovs Mrcu proi'EUTV. !
Lorisvrr.i.E, Ky., Aug. 14. Just at
eleven o'clock this morning fire was
discovered issuing from the bonded
vvardioime of the Bear Gras Distillery
Co.. on Stoney Avenue, near Krankfort,
in the extreme eastern part of the city.
The distillery proper csnslit fire in a
moment and before the fire department
could get to work the whole establish
ment was a roaring furnace of flames
Thj .1 r a Drrr.a.1 trv . 1, a -.- .rma.r.xn
Dortc ho,IBe on thfl Pftflt -nii frorn that
Twelve residences on the opposite
sid e of the street have been destroyed.
Many employees of the distillery had
narrow escapes from the explosion of
whisky barrels, which exploded like
cannon. The lUmes wero so hot that
it was dflaiult to get within one hun
dred yards of tbe fire. Only one person
was injured. J.ihn Smith, a lireman,
having las arm broken.
The lo to the great Western house
is $75 000. The government tax which
worid have been collected on the burned
whisk? would have amounted to over
?sno OHO. Tt is believed that tho lose
will fu-gregate over a million dollars.
SI'LH I.N THE SOUTH CAROLINA
A YVi (1 and Excifitir
Ile.l-Tliere Will he
in tlie Field
Columbia, S G. . Aug. 14. The Dem
ocratio State convention remained in
session all night.
It ivas after midnight before a perma-
Uolumtaa. Heraifort, Georgetown aud
. , j ,
Sampler delegations, fifty-two delega
tions in all, withdrew from the con-
vention. proceeded to another hall,
organized and appointed a committee
to draft sn address to the people of the
State. The Tillman convention mean
time fleeted a now Democratic State
Executive Committee and adjourned to
The straightout party w iil i efus i 10
recognize the new executive committee,
and act altogether independently of
the Tillman hoiy .
They will elect delegates lo a n.'ioi
nating convention to I n held September
10, and place a struightout ticket in the
riel'J- . .
Carolina D-.-mocrary is an accomplished
Th ili'fit lit llectioiis
Truly, beauty i.ud glory lie uround
ui; it must be btcau we are dulled
by its continued presence that we take
so little not- of it. Our yes are so j
Dlinaeu uy me cares oi uie umi we i
cannot see ..Nature s giorim, t:t omy
thing sin can never mar.
Our o:d mother is wonderfully kind
when we woo her properly; Bhe takes
Uih by the hand and leads us into fancy
innds of which we have no conception
at first. Even here in our town beau-
ties are fpreau mai uuiiuai nn 1110 ytu-
turo gallelrit)8 of Rome.
pictures by that matchless artist,
if the doubtful care to tst this state-
.1 .1 .. l ii .1
"ent, let mem watK out on in rauroau
a Hiiort dtstBcee wnire eveniug
1.. j el.-... TVin ci.'lir iill fnllv
a Banners lies over all. Low in the ,
wtft hM mo fun, while high over
head ia a sen of blue. A golden shore i
and y0n!tr rijpsa witch on her broom
,tick; ihert ' she ia dissolved into
ahapeleea cloud again
shapes fantastisar and sljapos teau
tiful come and o. Can any painter do
thiil? What he I.UU on canvas must
We lazdy wonder where Nature
keeps her p;iint box Look at that pink
cloud with the green troo clearly out
lined against it. the last rays of sunlight
playing on its leaves Perfect is the
only word that ran desenbo thin won
derful glint ing
The sun has gone, mid fee the goldpn
gutes bar her return. Truly it is al
beyond to ;ee ti.iMe golden gatea. We
most use rrt; long t-ignt oi tne g ory
sit end loon in perlect Bilence until
slowly tli" sjoiy fades: fainter and :
fainter grows the pink in the sky; the
first stir shines and we turn homeward
with the conviction that some day we
will mount to thoe wonderful gates of
which these are only !m faint foro
shadow. ing, and never mote turn b irlt
to the cr.iv nf earth. J. N.
tllVKK TO ?IOTIIIiliS,
Mas. Wi.vsi.ow's SooTiiiN'o Syio v
should iil'njs be t:sd for children
teething. It soothes the chil l, softens
the gun-s. tdhij s all pah:, car. -a wind
colic, and is tho heit remedy for Diar
rh.ea. Twenty-tive cents a bottle, jaly
I It UN KOilRl Its RM ! Id
I III 1 I (.illll - pIKll .1 .! ;
It. ic!) 1 Hi-' : .. a i ;
I.K.V I NOT' i.N . N ( ' . . i: ,r- .
B'8 II SNrirHtloll:il set I..- "H l' i
nortlib jumi ki.'iiin.i;, i .', I
p.i8senvr tr . in . ; i I . i .. ,N.
Uiyhl faU'nl tn i . r o
rot. the tr ,n, i'l.i;. i- i . .
.a the kin i v 0...01 , .
'f course 1 .- ; 01
I.at Mini 1 .v , v. roncT fA i v
-t ill s-jKpn iu .kiii : . .-.
I eared ht-ie 1 1 , ,v i.-.eV . ;n - ...
what pl-.i .. i;. 1 li .0. (I r... 1...1 ;
I They in.iiju.il io.eii, 1 h-- t:.:.-
departure or ji rts.-ii;( r (r,;
asked pariieu UMy m n-, ,1 1
northbound Kilim. 11 i ;.n 1 1 ,
pansenijer tr.-iiu tmni Atluraa.
The two loali
dit-api e :i 1
turned up j int I.Iitc the l:.ehm :, '.
Danville nor Ui bound train arraiii.
purchased ticlietn 01 'ih.ir. i-
twelve mileH bev oiid Winn tie :
1 name in tin.v ui..,.....! . , ,
. . , .
r.aronn.hcn n..,.... u.
KC-U til llli;
' 11 and
A k i h train i.u d. a
tiin t . 1 1 1 wk .i tl.rt j...ii lie
taki.ir a nood lo6k at tl e Un.i i
I The tlaiu stopped t..rie re.iter. , '.11 a- :,
; woo I y ai d , anu one . 1 Lie meu at
j of t ie patseutr cue ., a.ul -.:;-:.,.
i hTmel( between the o.,i),,t c.n ,
! res-) raid at a place .'.,. .. ! .... :
; easily uin udminior. to lii-.' i'xp-i -t,
j car. Tne train 1 gain -taru-.l on ii :
journey, but. bfoie u hud u-y.--.- time
miles the luau 111 t!i ; pa . o.it
reached up and save the bell i : 1
jerks, the regular hiu d 1 . 1 '
nuctor Morria lei ,-ni.- . 1 1 i'e ..,
ing the ear fro.. 1 la. i...: ....
man pull tho bell oni. 1..-. .a a.. .
demanded an e x p.aa a.. ..1 n,,.. 1,.
stranger refused 1 . xplam.
Lapt. Morris, rome.io 1. ;
Dick, h Federal Judge, v;, ;
- -e;i... r
n; i Di
OH the train. nl.nnin wet.r ...
requested that he arrest the ,.'
rjpbers. lie had no. iced that t'
man was no longer umot g tli.-pi-f.-n
gerj. and he at otce couciu ; . h.
could be nowhere else than i-e r..i. n
about the cars for tim purp-we of rob
bery. The conductor countermanded
signal for the train to r-top, and Judge
Dick, summoning a p.)-;e ol twelve
men on bjard the train, i-tatte j into the
car to arrest the man.
When be saw the posne c-mint; to
ward him he rushed to tbe f rent id. it
form, fired a pistol uh a signal for bir
c iinrade, and then jumped out int.. tin
dirktieds aa the train was epoeding
along at the rate of thirty-fivo unlet, an
ur- .u otner man also leaped trom
uis niuing piace, and botli escaped
rrum i nomas vine a posso went at onte
to hunt them down, thinking they were
undoubtedly badly hurt from jumping.
and their capture would be easy, but to
far no trace of them has beer; found, :
It is bel eved tbey are members r.f the .
notorious Rube Burrows gnng, who have
perhaps come from Alabama to i'.oi!ii a !
few weeks of the summer in the iuojiv I
tains of Western North Carolina. a u:cli '
are famous for good hiding plae-anil j
moonshine whiskey. j
QUAY'S RESOLUTION. j
Washington, Aug 13 In the s. -.,-.. - j
today Mr. Quay introduced thu I alow
lowing resolution: I
"Resolved, That during the presnnt !
session of t'ougreas, tho Senate w ill not i
tt -e. ...
tako up for coneiderati jn any leg el.a
tive business o;,her than the j . ii lin.
bill (the tariff bib) and gen. i:-.; ppe
priation bill e ; billt. r. latinu ,
bnildings and public land- i n. I - ..
i or concurring resolutiot:. "
i This is tbo lirit open tc i .' C.
Itepublican side of the S na'e i i. i,,.
againpt the con-o' rrat i-n of i:e- !'..: .
eleel i.ei hill nt thin soiu;i i ' iVu;.
The adoption of the i eeol u tin. . v.otnJ
be a .-pecili-5 agreement to h: Iv the
Troops Cabetl For in New leiei.
WA.sniNC.TON, Aug. 1 e I lie
Secretary of the Inter lor today rc-!
ceivetl tho following teiegrain lrom!
Governor Prince, of New M vaeo:
"Railroad officials ask proieeiion
for mail trains. Section men and'
other employes have been warned,
to quit work, and some h ie .bun-,
so. There are no acts ol violence, ,
but the effect is to cripple the rail-j
roail service by frightening cm-'
ployes to stop work, 'the ::!
practicable suggestion is to haci
some troops camp or march iiet ween
Las Vegas and Lamy. The moral
effect of their preeence would pre-;
vent trouble withont further action. ;
1 earnestly recommend thai the.
War Department be requested to
do this immediately. It would
also probably stop the whole While ,
Cap business, as they lone a v. hole
some respect for United Srafo
There is much to be said in I ioi
of wisely deliberating beloi e act ing.
Ii, ubiless many ihkIi det il-i are
performed, bringing all soil, ol
unfortunate consequences iu iheir
train, simply for the want of a
little reflect ion; and others, thai
would havo been of ihe iiwno.-a
benefit to mankind, havo nevri
seen the light frorn the same ui-e.
Yet, while this is true, there i-, a
i. ; .1 r A ..1; ..i ...i ; ... .1
iiiu n ui uciiuci a l 1.11 111 u. ij j n ,ii i 1 cr . 1
which is nearly
always j 1 nicioii
, js results
upon lutLic ai-iu 11.
It, is that which puts asid.-! 'ne ii . 1
intinctive percei!ions of ii;.' t aa.'
wrong, speculated upon them,
doubts them, eubjecis them to
processes of cauisiical reasoning,
and generally ends either by so
clouding tho mental vision lhat no
distinct course is visible, or by
actually making (he worse appear
the better cause. Much ol the
wrong-doing of the woth! i.tio
frrrit of f his kind of delibei .! j. n.
rue Dieakest laiKlse.i pe iiiti.e
world brightens into soinethiio; Iikc
beauty when t ho sun shine upon
it. So love, t In- i icber,
light of flit' soul, makes
i etc I
Good advice is worth nu n
: money, but .Jones says that
how he cannot make his en
; see it in that light.
A good way "Weli how did you
get r id of your unpleasant friend :'"
'( )h, I took him down to (he terry
and gavo him flits slip.'"
Avarice knows no Cod bin gold,
no happiness but. gain, no fear bm
loss or weaitn, anu no inero'.siiip
that has not a prolit in it.
very low peoplo are goo: e tmr
mists of tho fortune, ami still lower
of I heir I ime.
tml TUr -,. Itixk
la bujing Hood's Sarhiiparilln, for it is
-voiy where n-c.ogni.rd as the stnndnid
building up med i.: i r. e and blood puri
r. T' b:io won its w ii- t ib, fr ? i v
it-; ow n intiinnie merit, -lie1 , w. ol(.
IrtriJ-crit. ,cale of anv propiirnt ir,n
kin ! Af.y honest drugti"twii
lirm th :s st item. lit. If vou
take Hood's K u HapmriU.-i do i
dueed to buy nn thing il ,
Be sure to get Hood V.
vi I1 ii.
Hot II li;- . ...
-.VM.-p . I ! ,,
Ull.l 1 1 '! 1 -: , ; ..
Ill IV ' !'
lav. r ;'o ;
! .:l 1 ' .
: nil r .-suits when
. ....a, it ict pleasant
1 ' '.1 laste, and acts
pi 1 v o-i tlp Kidneys,
1 ! :.;is(it the eys
1 . j.. : colds, head
a. :"('., habitual
vt 0 - " FIps is the
' i, iad over pro-
' iic steaiai
I fnd. !.,
tastj iind ae- -1,
aiTici i! in its
:.om the most
,' ibfiances, ita
ralities commend it
ii.ad - it the most
t ' i for sale in f0c
s lv ail leading drug-
lelialile dnifjjridt who
. Land will pro-
." r any oho who
it. Do not accept any
rl M 1
:. i lo
iA7i yG SYRUP CO.
i ; A A CISCO. VAL.
ew ronK. n.r
- KY THK CL'ltL1
A arU.'; -
'"ii I J nil-, ,-Hch noatrirnd
r.'. 'lst.T-;l. I.I) o'.jj. KLY
' V. mien Mroul. Jew Yor
. . 1 ii-w ceiiin i uruariatjif in
I., ... x. ,. . .t.t;,-.
Fcr L'crcs:, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hera,
SOO 1'aite Hook on Treatment of Aalnala
uud t hurt beat Vree.
r: iFi'vitn, e..ria,-ni..n. InflammatloB,
A. . ..,, in ."'. nititrltlH, l1llli Fnr.
... !..-- i ii ne,. iiuiuciu-hh, Itbvnmatiaau
' ' "-"i IMarburgca.
1. I). Ixiin i.i- 1 :iIn, vv'ormn.
y. K.--( 011 sin . :;.'iuth, riiramU.
I .1 .1. .. ..ript-n, Heliyacao.
'- O i'-trrlnao. Ilrmnrrbugo.
Ii.lt ( iri.uiy i.nd hlilury UlieitHi.
1 I . l- ii 1 vr llinrp.Hfu. Miiiiku.
a.K 10-11:.:, 1 nf UicrHilon.
Stabie nr, v.-tth Rp.vlDm. Manual.
V !!. !i IImO . ,il ,;,! f,l..i,.llt(r ST.OO
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BTid ProBtrfti.nn, from ovpr-worii or oUiar mnmwt-
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MiSTf-HIK NORTH CAROLINA
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!!: until prompt
a .. 1 iici;nu gnaran-
f.il Ol KiUBtOD,
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SAL10M, N. C,
THE OI.DKST FKMALE COLLFOK IN
nn-inl Snocirn begin? All
'J '. l.' . itei for laat year
Kl.Hl i3t 1 ,
;!!"-. Soil, a! feuluri-.. -the 1 levelop
ment of He u'th. Chnr neter and Inlol
i ot. liaildingH thoroughly remodelled
I idly i-'ii: ipoed Preparatory, Collegiate
iiT-d Po, (irKiluf.te Department", be
ti ies r.i. ; 1-inHh e. hools in Muaio, iAn
gi:ag ;'i nutii'ii-is.1 t.nd Ioduatricl
Studies .TOU-T IL T.EVF.LT,.
ntid au lm Principal.
lim 6o2rVertibla Policy
l'olto issued by
! .'I ' ' om Company
mill'!.- ! le" li'er.il features of fb
( ottip-iii . . w i . , i ne ao.i ition of m ffHOr
iiutc: I ( ''s.'i .'.'i.'j'i'ei(di'r 1-it'ue, which
vvill h p.i.d i.t any time after two yoara
premiuiir h.iv l.e.n p-iid, if d e in and fed
l.ry ruli-;. hhi , ii loiF.-d upon it u
tnlila Rh.iwinr in ph.io figuroR tho op
t.ons gri.ii tk. il by 1 ie coni pun j-.
Lt option ; ' . o mii render value.
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ro v o i ( i e. n ' 1
il option i '.x
amour. t of tin
ta option I'ni
Thi:3 is the too
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that may bo bor
tnpany on the pol-
...id insurance for full
up policy valtM.
it liberal policy yet of
i "if. -i-t insurance to b
Ti.ia gets a doPar'a
h'ei ,V I V
i. r. it r wa v, Atom,
peisjus between fourteen
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