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INDEPENDENT IN" ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, AUGUST 2s
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way to go DetnoLTit'K- iu
A TKBRIBL.K 1 ciune "rutk
Walkesbaire, Pa., ou Ust Tuerul.ij.
There waa it N-atfui !o-8 ot hit- Mtnl
property, the details T wbirh .ire
not tolly known.
FHSl. Emperor of CLs.m.my .n.d
the (Jzjr or Rusai.t huve bad a
meeting at St. Petersburg which it
is believed will tend to the j ii uio
tion of u Hiuiiy tut ten the two
nations anl the peace of Europe.
THE price of silrer iu Loudon on
Monday fifty-four pence, the
highest prica reached since April
1878. Never did any Grorernnif nt
blander worse than the United
States did in demonetizing silver.
It 8emn from the action taken
iu nominating convention that the ;
Alliance tacn are democrats "alii
the aarae.v We knew it was so, :
bot unfortunately some of the best
Alliance men didn't know it them
selves. NWSPAPBS of the state a7e
commenting on a published inter
Tiew with Dr. Grisaom. It is of;
very little importance what he
thiuka of North Carolina. She re
padiated him for jast cause, and
his ravings are of no consequence. ;
The admission of New States I
haa greatly re-enforced the liepabli-'
can column. But for this their i
defeat would be certain in 1S92, ,
and even aa it is, perfect organiza 1
tion andthoroagh discipline on the;
part of the Democracy will accom
plish this resnlt.
WlTHXM the la,t ten days Sena 1
tor Yanoe has made several
speechea io North Carolina, all of j
which were well received by the:
people. It waa not necessary for!
tbe Senator to come heme and !
a ...... i
iooK auer his lenees," Dnt it was
appropriate for one sp able to dis
coss, before the public, the living
tones of the day.
TnKBX seems to be a very gen
era! desire for Congress to adjourn.
Congressmen themselves are tired
oat. Never before were there so
many members absent. Iiepubli
cans themselves are divided in
opinion as to what is best to be
done, and It would not surprise us if
neither the tariff nor the force bill
THE season is near at baud in
Which it has been said another,
negro- exodus is to be expected.
We no not think a large exodas!
will take place. The present good (
crops and the rewards of labor;
incident there to will greatly allay
the discontent that has so gener-j
ally prevailed. Then, too, those
who went away have not had their
- It is said that even Penngy Ivania
is getting to be a doubtful state.
Pennsylvania ought to be a Demo j
cratlc state, In the olden time,
the was the Keystone of the Demo .
era tic arch. War measures carried '
her into the Republican party, aud
it may be expected that she will
return to the Democratic party as j
soon as sectionalism sufficiently!
subsides to permit her people to '
return to reason. i
Tee singular statement is made:
that in Guatemala "a proclamation '
has been issued that all men who,
were not ready for military duty j
would be shot." It is bad enough j
not to be able to serve ones conn-
try in the field, but to be Eliot for
not being ready is awful. 'Every ;
servant, even those on the coffee
plantations, has been drafted into;
the war, and there are not enough ;
left to Bupply food."
Goveknob Jarvis in his speech
before the state Convention, last;
Wednesday, said many good things i
of which the following as a fair!
ample: I recall an incident that!
happened the first year I com
menced to make a political speech.
We were down on the banks, now
what is Dare county. I was then
but a school boy, but was engaged
ff , ; ..
id toe euort 01 mating a uemo
eratic speech. There was opposed
to aw in the discussion on that day
a man who has since attained some
what to distinction in North Caro-
.na politics, in late years, as a Re !
pnblican. He had made his speech,
and I was replying to him; and I
think I was getting the better of
him, as I think I have the pleasure
of doing tome of these Republicans
in years since. A friend of his
sitting near commenced asking
questions, trying to interrupt me,
when a poor Christian, hard com
mon sense minister of the gospel,
belonging to the Primitive Baptist
church, who was sitting near by,
had stood the interruptions as Iou
as be had felt comfortable uuder,
r i .....
poiiea on dis coat and laid it on
the bench and said, "Lay there, old
Kehukee Baptist until I whip Will
Patrick and make him behave him
self." Now, what I would have
the Democratic party do today, is
that onr Alliancs friends, our law
yers, onr doctors and our merchants
I do not care under what advoca
tion of life or what their profes
sions may be come into the Dem-
ooratie convention, pull off their
AAafa nnrl a l K,rt a llinni.-,
ia HJ',H m.rnh.nti
ontil we hare whipped this radical
(party and make them behave.
Tiik lli publicaiis are making a
big bid for the farmers' vote. The
Senate Agricultural College bill
has been passed.
('. Bi.ANcn,.i;i), the popular
rciiiesr ntat ive of the fturth Con
g!e.s:oudl district of Louisiaua, has
it,.! .r.M. hn'. rft -..II rix-r lha jar.tp 1
and Democratic piospects bright-
George D. Wi.se, who was
c'inrcd out by Reed's gang, has
been renominated for Congress
and be elec ed by the people
As a society for the promotion
of Agriculture the Alliance is a
great success : as a political party
it is a failure because it fails to
grasp great questions of national
A San Salvador dispatch re
ports that ''pevoe. honorable to
tlradorh-is oeen arranged with
Guatemala.'- Why not 7 If, as
statt. d yesterday, Guatemala is to
shoot all her people who are not
ready to fiht, what is to prevent
Salvador from dictating her own
Theek is now a furious combat
among Republican senators in re
gard to tho Force bill, The oppos
ing factions are led respectively by
Quay on the one side and Hoar on
the other, If Mr. Quay is success
ful the Force bill will not be taken
up, if Uoar is victorious the bill
will be brought before the Senate
and possibly become a law.
The Democratic state convention
at Raleigh on last Wednesday, was
a dignified body. It was represen
tative of the Democracy of North
Carolina, and every true Democrat
j will sustain its action and vote for
I its nominees. Its unanimous en
; dorsement of Senator Vance insures
j his re election to the high position
- ne lias neia so long and niled so
! On Tuesday Mr. Hoar gave
notice of" a resolution which he
would offer to secure consideration
of the Federal election bill, to the
exclusion of all other business until
it is disposed of. So it seems the
viper is not dead. Whether the
Force bill passes or not the duty
of tho people of North Carolina is
the same : Stand by the Democratic
The bill lor Agricultural Col
leges which has passed the Con
gress and become a law appropri
ates out of money arisiDg from the
sale of public lands to each State
and territory, for the more com
l plete endowment and maintenance
' of colleges for the benefit of agri
culture and the mechanic arts, the
j sum of -?15,000 for the year ending
; Jane 30, 1S90, and an annual in
crease of suoh appropriation fhere
J after for ten years by an additional
' sum of $1,000 over the preceding
; year, and the annukl Bum to be
. paid thereafter shall be 25,000,
A Convention of the Sunday
' School workers of the eastern por
j tion of the State is called at Eden-
ton, Thursday and Friday, Septem
, ber 18th and l'Jth next. The Con
vention will be attended by Mr.
j William Reynolds, the President of
i the Fifth International Sonday
; School Convention and probably by
i one or more specialists. A pro-
gramme is being prepared, em
! bracing some of the besfc Sanday
, School talent in the State and will
be published as soon as completed.
It is the desire and intention oi
' the Executive Committee to make
this cue of the best Conventions
ever held in the State.
i The Journal congratulates
j Miss Mattie Rountree and The
Orphan's Friend, and reproduces
with approval the words of the
Wilson Mirror: Our very highly
esteemed friend Miss Mattie W.
Rountree of Kinston is now editor
of the Orphans Friend, and we
crl-iiil,- nriiallv -nil nffaiitinnaffllr
, ' A , , , ....
welcome our lovtlv and brilliant
sister to the trials and tribulations
of editorial life. Sister Rountree
is a young lady of rare gifts and
fine literary attainments, and she
wields the pen with a charming
grace and a felicitous elegance, and
we know that her tine accomplish
ments will lend additional lustre to
a paper already radiant with the
gleamings of magnificent effort.
The Kinston Free Press says :
The recent Democratic convention
of Lenoir county passed resolnt'ons
unanimously endorsing Hon. F. M. '
Simmons for Congress. This was
done by delegates from the entire
people. It shows that the senti
ment of this county is for Simmons.
It is our candid opinion that if the
sentiment of the couuty was truly.
represented Mr. Mewborne would
have not to exceed one eighth of
the vote of Lenoir county in the
Congressional con vention and Hon.
F, M. Simmons would have the
balance. The delegates to the
Congressional convention were ap
pointed before the sentiments 0fjslonoQa-
the people were understood and
they ought not to consult their in-;
: U1 luUAl preierences aione, out vote
fln fAi'rlc runrPQoTif tho antirA I
: Tpmnp,a,r if riaimvitaa haoa
; any doubt about this let them con -
i suit the Democratic voters.
THE POLITICAL Mil 'ATI OX.
The eouveuti.Mi that assembled
R.deigh 011 y esterday i, j use now,
at foremost in the thoughts of the
people. Whit was done, who was
nominated and what, was the soirit
UI lie Luuvcuiiuu. uii; uiii'nuuuj
I naturally suggested.
We have little information in
regard lo it. and !fc nse the result
h nQt beeQ announced e take
the short interval before announce-
meut to emphasize the importance
of the fullest endorsement of the
action ol the convention.
On the adjournment of nomi
nating conventions it cannot be";
otherwise than that many have been
disappointed in cherished hopesiacd we insist that it will be the
nml fond antic.i nations. Uut
must not be forgotten that he
Democratic party is a party ol
principles that cannot be affected
by the personnel of agents. ( .'ie ,
Democrat of probity and capacity
can fill public offices and carry iuto '
executiou the principles ot the ,
party as well as another. Friend-;
ship is a virtue, and we honor the
man who is true to its sacred de
mands. Nothing is more honorable
than to do battle for a ft iend, but
when a nomination has been made
all personal feeling should be sub
ordinated to triumphs of party.
North Carolina cannot toleiate
any division in the Democratic;
party. Every interest that is dear;
to her is involved in the contest,,
and he who, for any cause, is luke
warm may not hope to escape the
censure of his State.
It is said that the "secret circu- j
lar" aroused personal feeling and .
awaked slumbering animosities,'
and even raised the question efj
ini-iirirlnal infflirrifv 11 Tl f 1 T I I'Tl IT) '.1 1 i
Kn. Amifit- an1 ir. HttArda nn
exense for a reluctant support of J
the ticket. The work of an assas-1
sin who strikes in the dark should j
not be so honored.
If there ever was an hour when !
the Democracv of North Carolina:
should stand shoulder to shoulder j
that hour is now Btriking, and j
every homestead in the land should j
mark it the hour of destiny. i
To surrender North Carolina to!
the Republican party would be
treason to the State, treason to
civilization, treason to mankind.
The campaign is now fairly in
augurated, and it becomes every
Democrat to stand by his colors.
Nor is this all. Never since the
war has there been so favorable a
time for the men of the South to
get together and unite in one
grand effort for the common wel
fare. Republicans who view the
situation dispassionately cannot
fail to 6ee the ininous effects of
the legislation now insisted on by
the majority iu Congress. The
tariff oppresses the Republican
farmer as much as it does the
farmer who is a Democrat, and the
oasaaee of the iniquitous force
bill would bring ruin to the home!
of the Republican no less than to
the fireside of the Democrat.
The Democratic flag is unfurled, j
No proscriptive motto is on its!
folds, buthe who may can go to iA
for shelter and protection.
Fortunately for the country,
fortunately for humanity, the peo
ple of all parties are thinking for j
themselves, and the calm investi- j
eation of the causes which have i
led to disaster, and the agencies
that are employed to perpetuate it,
must lead reasonable men into the
I Democratic fold.
THE CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION".
i m " ,
than the bearing of Hon. F. M.
Simmons. The faithfulrepresenta
tive of hia people in one of the most
eventful Congresses in the history
of the country, he illustrated his fit-
nefsfortheposition and secured such j
legislation as was demanded by the
exigencies of the times and the 1
oondition of his constituents. One j
of the youngest men of the House,
he showed himself to be one of the j
wisest, and made for himself a
name throughout the Union.
Unlike most young men, Mr.
Simmons made no attempt at dis
play on the floor of Congress, but
uniting with discretion and digni
ty the pleasing manners and de
corous deportment of a Southern
gentleman, he disarmed prejudice
and won his way to the respect, the
confidence and admiration of his
associates of the House.
We question if any man ever
rose higher in a single Congress
than did Mr. Simmons, and it is
pleasing to know that he wore his
honors with becoming modesty, 1
and only claimed to be the servant
brave, virtuous and loyal
Two years ago Mr. Simmons was
the candidate -of the Democratic
party in this district; never was
its flag carried more gallantly, and
but for the lavish, expenditure or
money on tue part oi me itepuon
cans his success would have been
as brilliant as his history is
xjue wnaiever may oe sum oi
Mr. Simmons' congressional career,
or his admirable conduct of his
last campaign, in nothing has he
appeared so great, so chivalric and
! patriotic, as he did in withdraw-
I ing his candidacy for a nomination
the approaching convention.1
was n.e liCKiiowieiigeu leader
County after county
hiui its support, and
delegation alter d legation had
been instructed to Btand by him to
thd l;ist, but Mr. 'Simmons knowing
tin- necessity f'.r the perKct union
of the fiietids oi good government,
and appiilni.dingthat.au element
of the I : : i TV would be ll'ore favor
able to t lit nomination of uuothtr,
voluntarily letired Irom the
The Democratic couvmiiin fo
nominate a candidate to represent
this district in Coogress will meet
in Kmstou on t he .'3d of Sentember.
itdut (it the convention to nominate
its w isdom, the. convention
sees fit to nominate another, the
friends of Mr. SiuJrno&f wid give to
the nominee an enthusiastic and
nn wavciirig i-upport. Simmons
himself will enter the field as a
volunteer aide-de-camp and ride
into the thickest of the battle.
Mississippi is hronght face to i
face with a perplexing problem. !
It is nothing less than, how shall!
eivilzation be preserved?
Her vast acres of cotton fields
long ago carried to the State a
largely preponderating negro popu
lation, tlitherto the energy,
genius, prudence and forbearance
of the white people have been suf
ficient to preserve the conservatism
of the State and direct its indus
trial forces towards the elevation
of all classes of her citizens. While
there have been local disorders
now and then, the people have
exhibited the most
catholic spirit, and the State has
held its place in the aiarching
column of progress.
Why. this halt f Why are not
the people of Mississippi going on
to commercial independence, finan
cial stability, social order and
domestic t.ecurity ?
In all lands there has ever been
a war of races, and so long as blood
is thicker than water the confliit
will continue until the superior
race gains the mastery. Iu the
present emergency a strange
anomaly is presented. The black
man of the Sooth has for his ally
the white man of the North. In
deed the real struggle is between
men of the same race; white man
against white man. Let the page
blCsh that records the fact tint the
terrible condition of affairs in Mis
sissippi has its origin and consum
mation in the hostility of the white
mn of the North to the white man
of the Ssuth !
The passions and prtjudices of
the negroes of Mississippi have been
so inflamed by the incendiary ap
peals of Northern men and the
revolutionary measures of the Fed
eral Congress as to transport them
beyond the bounds of reason and
make them oblivions to past ex
perience and present surroundings.
Impatient of restraint and taught
to believe that the white people
have no lights that they are bound
to respect, they are precipitating a
conflict that will shake the conti
nent. Confronted by such evil, and
desirous ot perpetuating the bles
sings of liberty, the people of Mis
sissippi have assembled in con
vention to provide new safeguards
for their future security. They are
willing to deal justly and act for
the common good of all Missis
; si moans
but they find themselves
i inuifiri'i he ror mistrnptinn lf.;nQ-
lation, and must pause until au
exploring expedition can fiDd a
path to safety.
A correspondent, of the Rich
mond Dispatch, writing from Jack
son, August l'J, says:
"The most important business
yet transacted by the convention
was the passage of a resolution pro
viding that the Judiciary Com
mittee bo requested to make a
special report to this convention at
as early a day as possible upon the
effect of the act of" Congress re
admitting Mississippi into the
Union, limiting the right of Mis
sissippi to impose certain restric
tions upon the right of the fran
chise, and of otherwise prohibiting
the State from changing the Con
stitution of the State of Mississippi
adopted in 1890, so far as the said
act shall affect the work of this
"The report of the Judiciary
Committee upon this point wili
shape the course of the convention.
The Judiciary Committee is com
posed of eighteen lawyers of emi
nent ability, with Wiley P. Harrip,
the recognized head of the profes
sion in this State, as chairman.
"Their conclusions will be ac-
, i' iUiu.B.iu
I highest authority, and are awaited
with extraordinary interest. 7
It is a sad thing when n sovereign
State finds itself so trammeled
bv Federal legislation that it
! cannot provide for the safety and
: welfare of it8 people .
We have great confidence in the
pluck and wisdom of Mississippi
and believe that she will come from
the fnruace without even the smell
of fire on her garments.
The Wilmington Star sjiys :
;Keed's side show had to cut short
its performance Again Monday be
j cause it didn't have men enough to
I fill the bill."
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: wju h-Co-jn thi
; act uro of
stalk fibre. Tho ! i:
of the mo. nut act. ,vy
1 1 ri v i
Will he i;i Ail.:!;----:,
stock i , ,jh r'j
lege of ,-
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R. A. iSpi or
attorney reprc.-enting tl:
ern capitalists was It
'i , last i
U . K. .Jacks,.;)
I , . V i
I capitalists tor h; s
s m that
n will he
LCI .; it O i
i .' ''l
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crop in thi
Sj ri Falf
-St n.M -
The firi fair of the Lu
River Industrial and Livr
i"! u rin
past week was a reat success.
The attendance during- Friday
and Saturday was immense. The
want of hotel accommodations
kept away thousands from a
distance. Every foot of space
in the lioral hail was occupied,
and quantities of mill fabrics
and other things propared for
exhibition were not sent for
want of room in the exhibition
building. According to our
observation the articles ex
hibited were superior in quality
to those on any similar occasion
in our State, and many a farmer
"stood right sair astonished"' at
tlie production, of his own
Thousands awaited the com
ing of Vance and Sanderlin and
, , . .
wnen the lonr tram rolled in !
there was a rush to get a sight
of the distinguished visitors.
Vance was in high feather j
and spoke twice on Friday. To !
gratify the Alliance men he ing at heart the success of Republican
made his second speech in j principles, we recommend tho forma
explanation of the suh-Treasurv I tion of a Reform Republican Club
bill and ffave his reasons fo"r ! roonhout tho county, for the purpose
not supporting it. His speeches, 1
it is almost needless to say, gave j
perfect satisfaction: It required;
moral courage of a high order :
to face thousands of Alliance'
men and tell them that he did i
not and could not sunnort the i
rejoiced at the forma- j
tion ui me finance ana naue
the order God speed. If
any man in attendance was
dissatisfied with his course he
did not express it and the writer
had opportunity by mingling
with the crowd of hearing many
hundred cxDress themselves as
perfect v satistied-
f;rt .1, .. i n: - i i .i
TIJK N'm KLI.CLION IA
We publish for the benefit of those
who may not have carefully examined
them, a partial synopsis of the amend
ments to the Election Liw par?ed at the
session of 1SS7.
1. Registrars must be appointed by
the first Monday iu September preced
ing the election.
2 Registration books imibt be opened
thirty days before the day of closing
them and niurt be closed ou the second
Saturday preceding the election.
tnis renders it necessary that new
registrations shall be ordered by the
various Boards of County Commission
ers by the 24;h of Auguat, in order to
give the required thitty days' notice
A new registration id necessary in
every county where no registration has
been had under the law as amended in
The county ccmmisi-iocers should at
tend to this at once, if they have not
Section 6"C of the Code is amended
by adding thereto:
"No registration shall be valid unless
it specifies as near as may be the age.
occupation, place of birth and place of
residence ot the elector, as well as the
township or county from whence the
aldfitnr haa r.lmlWUfl in iha rrrm rt o
W ... , ' V W - .1 . . " V, ' . .11 II,., I . , lib 1,1 MM I
removal, and the full name bv whih
the yottr is known. "
The registration books are to b-j open
,'or inspection and challenge on the
second Saturday preceding tne election. ,
Section 5:6S1 is ara'iind Pi read:
"Upon the regutst of any elector the
registrar shall req lire the applicant
(for rc-gintratiou) to prove his identity,
or age and residence by such testimony
under oath as m-jy be eatisfdetorj to
the registrar. "
The registrar bhali record the name,
8ge, occupation, place of birth and place
of residence of the elector, and the
name oi tue townenip or county irom i
which the elector has removed in the ,
event of a removal also the date of
registration, in the appropriate columns
of the registration book.
Section 28S3 is amended fo that the!
registrar is to p it on bin hook on the I
day of election any becomi lg of age i
since the books wire closed, provided!
he may be found otherwise entitled to j
Section 2633 is amended as follows: !
Eich box is to be labelled in plain and
distinct Roman letters with the name
of the office or offices to be voted for.
The majority of the judges of election
for the county and Slate olnjes may rail
oS a space or enclosure as a polling
place to hold the election fr State and i
county officers. Only one voter shall '
be allowed to enter at a time, and no
one but the judges of election t-hall be '
allowed to epeak to him or interfere
with him while cae.ing his vote which 1
shall be put in the proper box or boxes
by the voter himself or by the j riges at
the request cf the voter. j
A similar but separate polling place l
may be railed otf for Congressional and '
Presidential elections. '
In 6uch event, the registrar shall sp- :
point a deputy registrar for that sepa
rate polling place, to whom shall be
furnished the names of nil persons on
titled to vote, and the judges of election
shall appoint two judges or inspectors
of election for that polling pkee, who
shall be of different political pirties
The registrar and judges so appointed
shall be sworn, &c.
But if the judge of election do not
see fit to adopt this plan, the old regu
lations are to be observed.
Section 694, which rel.ites to the
board of county canvassers, is atnendod
by adding to it said board shnll have
power and authority to judicially pass
upon all the facts relative to th-? elec
tion, and ;to judicially deleimine and
declare the true result of the same,
and they shall also have p iwer and
authority to send for papers and persons
and examine the latter upon oath.
RELIGIuN Bibie, Testament, Testi
Rolan Baking Powder.
i.i ri iii.ic w mass )ii:ktim;
O .l l'.T Hi .I'SK IN .1 1-.U l;,
rCESDAY. ill! t'J.
tlie follow ir
L'oo , en firm
j T?f il'.r-
I! f'OIl -A' t:j ll
f:i rtr'jl;i' i rt-u.;;ted
The Ke;jub:ie,in IJounly
held al the lAiut iluu-w in
on the lilst i .iv nt July,
i all fjriiif:ipli -i i f rjjht hihI
,;1 f'l ll:,' l. :t. J , ? I Fl I , -! ; ' ,
tln M 'public-iii J'irty v. w
v. l! i;i the vi iv r..ht-n- t
f ou n;ii , n v. .
(An-i. ta'.iun.J i
h ti n i iia: rul i
r.y, d.Tii'd ly their
"M am lt ru i-J fiuui
the r-o; !--, ori-1 tliat tho v. ill of th,)
... ucvi l.iniUKJ ,-lll'MDvl
i-hail Kovern, therefore
K Holvwd, That the action of Bui 1
i-J',n win ion in seating Messrs. Richard- j
f.ofj. I.Hwrpr.re and Foy, an lh Ifal
delfit'1-' 10 repi-ppect the Republicans ,
of ti.G 4th v.rd of the citv of New
I Berne, oft, r it had been clearly hown j
that at ti;t; ward primary to select kucIi
ufii-Kai-. loej received tut 24 votes hs
agiinfiC C3 votes cunt, for Mnar.r. Craw-
fcrd, Sn.ith and Johnson, who were!
unlawfully rejc-d, wsg a kckm fraud,
and a usurpation of the rights of the
majority not to he toleratai or pubmit
ted to. tin i we hereby ent, r our suk-iuu
prrt, -n ;tgiinet auch actions.
Resolved. Thst tho action of Haij
Cor.vrntion in M-alinr; Mcssru. linker,
Fichsr and Merrick who received but
12 vof p, an shewn by the Bworn
natf nient of disinterested witnesses as
against 75 votes cast for Messrs. "VVtbb,
William and Bryant ag the leal dele
R-ites to said Convention chosen at tho
I Republican primary meeting held for
ot. 1 iuilips precinct, o.h ward of the
l"1 I r 1, -. ,1... ... t
in,: iauuii,; 11111 ui a u idliuil- 1
ent M-heme concocted by the Federal ,
c-hi.:e holder at the Custom house,
detiiinental to the ir.u-restB and well
bein of the Rfptit.lic.n pat ty and as
such deserves and should receive our
Rf-solved, That we protest against
the Federal patronage being used in
the city and county for the purpose of
crrruptiiitf the party, aud still ng the
will f the majority, and we call upon
thdllon. William Windom, Secretary
of the V. S. Treasury, to demand of the
Cistoin etnployrB at tbio place their
r, eignation, or the summary dismisal
from the office they so flagrantly neg
lect and disgrace, an evidenced by the
charges and specifications to be j.re
sente i him from this meeting.
Resolved. That the purchasing of
votes, corrupting the members of the
Convention, and tho insincerity prac
tised by the now Clerk and candidate
fir Clerk of the Superior Court for the
.v.. uv,r,.i t aiili ciiti , c
our contemnt and indio-n.mr. diadnnrnv.
(innnlil ri I I Travan -fAotmA n , . 1 .
al, and we call upon the Republicans
of the county and all persons in favor
of honest government to resent their
indignity and insult at the polls.
01 iciuimiug iuu uuriupi UltlllUiJP, llldL
arn daily sapping the vitality of the
party, and place it upon the high place
indicated by Lincoln, Vde, Sumner,
Morton and others.
Resolved, That a committoe of three
be appointed to wait upon IJon. Wm.
Windom, and to carry into ttlect the
obiAct of the foregoing resolutions.
The chair appointed Hon. J R. O'Hara.
Hon. lii. K . Uudley, ami V. A. Craw
ford , Kq.
Rt-solved. Thnt the action of the lute
so-called Republican Convention be de
Rjsoived, Tnat a Republican be ap
pointed by tho chair from each votiug
precinct in the county, whoce duty
shall b1 to curry out the obj-iet of this
Comii.i:tee--laaac H. Smith, VVT. II.
Thorn pjon, Yl.H. Johnson, Isaac Webb.
J. T York. Paul Williams, A. Gaston,
C. R Robbins.
E. A. Richardson, Ch'n.
N. II Styron, Seo'y.
Till: ( Vt l.OE AT HII.KESRAUKE.
IT LID FEARFUL DAMAGE, PROBABLY
Wilkksparris, Penn., Aug. 20 As
time grows on, the severity of the cy
clone of yesterday ia more and more
demoiibtaU'ii , and it is singular that so
comparatively few lives wer loi-t.
Immense buildings containinx many
people were unroofed, nnd in many
cases almOi-t destroyed, ia the twink
ling of an eye, and at an hour when
people were about tho streets amij
flying timber and debrU of every
The city in its mo&t frequented parts,
around tho depots, presents its wortt
appearar.ee, and when it is remembered
that pi-PiT.er and freight cars were
lifted from the tracks upon which they
stood and laid on their side?, while
other ens were rushed along the traok
by tho force ef the cyclone's swirl, a
small conception of its terrific velocity
may be attained .
The cyclone made its app.arauoe sud
denly, and with portentous clouds;
tremendous thunderbolts, and streams !
of lightning that appalled the people.
A careful estimate places the number
I0' buildings demolished and partially
I destroyed at nearly 400. The loss will
i reach nearly, if not quite. Si. 000,000,
although in the present chaos, no pos-
sible means of making a cloHe estimate
ex is a.
So far as can be ascertained this morn
ing, tiventv-one people are known to
h;ive been killed or fatally inj;irod.
Auo; her Enterprise for liuld-linro.
Oa last Saturday there was incor
porated in Goldsboro the latest out
come of the progressivent mb of her
iu tho line of nianufa turiug
enterprises. We refer to "The Argus
Knitting Mills," and as wo think of
this, the legal completion of a very im
portant business move, our mind
preset t of our city's condition with tho
When tho Argus, nearly six years
ago, entered the field as a worker for
Goldsboro 's good, there were but three
manufacturing enterprises in tho city,
now there are more than n score of
them. This is not the result of a boom,
but is healthful growth, and is indi
cative of the substantiil condition of
busiiiesi interests (iolddboro Argus
HiiViMi Crazy I!y Cigarettes.
BlK.Ml.vnii am, Ala., Aug. 20 Walter
Numalee. Fiist Lieutenant of the
Woodstock Guards at Anniston. Ala ,
has become violently insane from smok
ing cigaiettts. lie was today removed
to tte Sta'e asylum at Tuscaloosa.
Numtlee was formerly one of the. edi
tors a-,d proprietors of the Anniston
Daily Watchman, rie had purchased
an outfit and was preparing to start a
new piper, when symptoms of insanity
compelled him to give up. He smoked
twenty packages of C'garottes daily.
The War in Guatemala l.ninin I'om
nirrce. New York, Au;:. 19 The Herald's
City of Guatemala 8 pecial. Aueust 17.
via City of Mexico, says: Consternation
continues in this city. All necessaries i
of Iifo are sold at fabulous prices. !
Commerce is very much depressed. :
Merchants have sent orders to the
United States and to Eruopo counter-
mandingand delaying shicment on al I
floods ordered. By this course tbe ef I
feet of tho war is felt by all clHsses.
and if continued will be the means of
wrecking tho commerce of the country.
Wasiiinuton, August IS -The Marine
Hospital Bureau is informed that there
is a ease of yel low-fever on board t lie
bark Castillo, from Cienfugos vi- Pas
cagoula, now detained at Chandelux
quarantino station, Mississippi.
::'! II CAItdl.l W Si V
itarlhnt;;- iiia.n .
tlie oi 1 1 i-i lie "-
lo v n fj . f , !, i i,
f'lll lo '11(1-, I til i I
( ireeunboro '.-. U
Will) lil'i.i H.'Hllil
-hi-' e:t . h t- -ui., -
Hli'Inl If 1,1 y. oi
i d - .i i r-i'i . ii h 1
W Ii ! tlli'l-L hi ' n '
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in l,r. ! f- li
in i. i n 1 I1A t
WllCM' IH . lUrilttKIII
1.1 (ir.'WlgeHpi-Otaf,.! . Th I Icin, 1 r,. ; ,r
Senatorial Convention f-.r ,-ivh 1 n-1
( ircenn counties will nit-et i.i S.i-.,v : !,;
011 Thursdny. Auku1 "sih. (1 rio-iu..:;'.o
a i-anilida"-. A full torni hp -e - ) -nil
f 'r, eiibbuiii W 01 K mull . ,i,i v ',,-1, ,0ii
will ou H0.1 th 1 grim inut rurn prospects
that the ,'nuiitrj has liad po-i-ib.'y in
25 years or more. 'lhe H.ni p- ri;:8 to
han tried its bent. mil even 01 jionrv
land promise a tine iel.l
Oxford Ledger: The du urine I umihoi-h
has become one of treat note in , i:r
j town. Wagon Jo.nl after wnon lo.id
1 ii brought to our town dmh . It is
euppo.-ed between fO.'i fcnd 7 i oh
will be t ill out for ii during lo,'
I Uaieih i.'hroniclu: Tho preiimm. ii-t!.
of the next State 1-air m! ei n," I i,ut
live thousand dolhirs will !'.
away iu one thojsruii pr.-miu
average of live duiur-
WHO semis 11 I -III 1 11 n
the exhibit made.
I Washingion (in, it,
i rival from lhe eonweti
1 in-, in -1-
City. Hon W. A
Ci-ivtd by ike pi
ll i,r:irr'-li Whp re
ple of Wa.ii'. i ngtop -
with a perfect nviti ni Trie Wuhh
ington Iron Woiks have I n ru.-iniDi-on
full t me all throu;!: ;in' dull '
Charloitu Ne ws : TiiUm j ears
ao Mr. Sutton, a Mecklenburg soldier
who war i i S'onewiiH J,, ks"i. n com 1
mm!, w t hot ii the leg The I u!li t
Htrnck him j,is, iJmo tne knee and
e iibedded nself in the bone. It i e
m lined there mo n to.lHy, -vie n Char
lotte doctors tooK it out. The wound
hud always giv n Mr. Sutton consider
able pain, but hit, ly grown eo trouble
some as to be unbearable.
Winston I'aily: Mr. 'rfndrbiit n-.ud,
the contractor for the I'aiiin ore railroad
from Ashevilie give bond to pay him
8100 per day for every day aittsr the
limit that he delayed tho limt-hitg of
the road. The contractor rnnde Mr.
Vanderbilt give bond to piy him 100
for every day he gained on the connect.
air. v anaemiit was compelled to lorteit
S2.400 to the Southern contractor, be
having finished it 21 dnys before the
time expired. j
Elizabeth City Economist: The Eliza-!
betu City Fair will be held at the Fair j
Grounds near tbis to n. October 'A, 22
and 23 This will b the fifth annual
meeting and it may ii.- be coim ier' d j
veneruble in its age, and we think we
Can say it has not lived in vain. It hns 1
been conducted prudently uii.l i:c i- )
nomically, and we can say nil confi
dence that it has been of wi v ice to our
community and our section in a H. cial
and busin, as point of view
Winston Daily: Tiu lo' - st name ir. !
Frankliu township. S init m county, it j
Annie El v. M o i I. n.i- : S--. r .'.i Fran ;
cenia Crorn arte -. w : h .- . i ' K t- I
districts to be ln-.irO no:,, v. "'r i i.n I
not, however, ehsnt" th, g.-ne.i.l re- I
suit. The grounds for Win-f-nV
new hundred lliou-Htid dollar i. tel I
were etaked ctC ye.'te.-iipy prep'r: tm y
for bi-ginninij wwk no '..-u' !,!.:... j
That the hotel will be bu;.t Roe wch
out saying and that it will be in keep
ing with Winston's r;,pii pro;rn-.nis
true to the letter.
Goldsboro Argur-: Again iel.l Aciro
has been highly complimented in one
other most truly o.m ,iii,.I ciA. n-.
Dr. W. H II. Cobb has been r, instituted
State Medical Examiner of the floral
Arcanum, which is an honor that could
not have fallen upon a more worthy or
competent member of the State M-dioal
Society. Another manufacturing en
terprise, of broad proportions nnd vast
capacity, is under contemplation for
Goldsboro. If it bo rfteetod great will
be its benefits to Goldsboro and the
Goldsboro Argus: Tho first new crop
cotton on this ma kt was Hold in this
city yesterday at public auction and
brought 11 cents. There were two
bales, one weighing r,l.r pounds, the
other, 43a. It was classed good mid
dling. Messrs. II. Weil & Bros, were
the purchasers of on bale and Messrs
Bizzell Bros, & Co. bought the othei
bale. Both bales were raised on tin
plantation of Mr. Noah Rouse, in L. noir
count3-; ootf by himself, nnd one lu u
colored tenant named Tom Bryan. Mi
Rouse is one of the best and most f lila
ent formers in the whole Slate, and i
a representative man in every pmi" -.;
TO M)R E 'I'll K l(li:i K 111,1,
A RR.MARK Alll.B STF.C TlKkN I . HI III:
Wasiiinuton, Aug. 10 - A up i u a
in circulation on the Mo r ot 1 lio'is,
today, addrcHso i by lhe lie , u h I ichii
members to the IX nnn illi e, on Rules,
reciting the necessity for tinl action by
(Jongress upon the national election
bill, and expressing the iliini'iiesn i I
the signers to continue the present sei -sion
until such action n had. Mr.
Kennedy, of Ohio, calculated the paper,
and it was repoited that more td',n
forty Republican sinaiure. I '! 1 i r . ;
altiched before the Jioiise ei"t at noun
The Southern Re pi: 1 f i.' i n . -h Acne
been protesting rao-t Hr iii(-I n-iin-t
the Ijiuay resolution, l"iv" fi far re
frained from any united a, -'An.
of leading spiritri to avoid o : ' i.
move, and to cast their I t with
majority of the party, will pre ail.
(Jiuiy lieiiouiicrd its n Trail or 1 Ute
Son I h Balers
WASIIINlirON. Allgll-t 'tV -'i'.- e ,.-
cites of the foree 1 I
i !' i, 1 io 1 1 to lie-
nounco Sanator I,' iy
because ho propos, g to
infamous measure Hint
as., i r-i i ' 07 ' '
,a ! ai k th ,t
i i bei-'.c-i.. ,,-
mrat as unpopular in he Noi s), i, the
South, but the Pi-nnsy Ivaoi .n ki e;n
right ahead, and it m aid that either
tomorrow or in tho i.mr fu:u- he w ! I
press his resolution lo w i,. f up 'he
session next month w ithout in :ii;i1ieg
the election bill an one of the tneai ur- h
that shall be pressed to piu-sge. Mr.
Quay has an important p unt work.
He is chairman of tho Naii im:! Repub
lican Committee, and if he !iv,m is
going to hold on to the pbo e entil a!n r
the meeting of the next nation A c, -i
vention of his parly . llo oxp -,-r o be
pietty thick with the man who will re
ceive the Republican nomination for tl "
presidency in 1 893, and even if the
nominee is not a miiiion.siio he v. iii
' need the money of the miili nia r. m to
I put him through, nnd V ia -.mild
I rather have a big eampiign fund than
to have tho uncertain a : v -. ntafc tba'
Ahe hot-h-'ads claim the pi-rij ui.tild
! nj y were the force Mil t I p :i-s,.d
, and put iu operation Mr. ,hi-.y realii:--s
that the rich men on who n ),,. v.i
have to rely are more in : x ious to have
the tarill passed than a do, n force
bills, and Unay is of the opinion that
the moneyed lo pul l
tife ami ,-ont mioii i
bill to bo put through
i.j , U hed . io th it l a,
i he couiitiy r-e -,i . l o
go ah fid .
Mr. On iv th-oi.-.
1,1.1 I e
: ae 1
; bad politics to pre-i
he Beems deteruim
I ure, and he ill
' present indications
1 to li
i o it,
'"a J -rv
Both t!r Jiietl
nnd re.su Its when
yrnp of Fif ip ir ken ',' ft is pleasant
and refreshing t tli tnfte, nnd acta
i'ci.tiN y '
I iv r rin,
Olllv" l! i
du.V',1, , :
many ' X(
lo all nn
I "I ui.'M 1.
mi i i ',,i the KidneyB,
h the sya
, ,:.; 1 ' ( 'Ids, head
" jowl cures habitual
i1-1 rui i of Kiga is the
! iiB kind ever pro
: I" A" faftc and ae
' ri' n ,- lj, pt' mpt iaT
truly loiefir?ii in its
:!-,- -r:l (he moat
i '-.' l- aulibtUCfiH, its'
qanlitlds 'c1)rnmetid ifc
r made ft lhe most
- is for sale in 50c
' v c1! leruling drug-
niiiibh' dniujint who
i i -ii
v .'.oi in'. ,- lo mi iiaiui win pro-
li-' . ,
me ii j.roiiiiLly f"r (my ono who
'il:-s to (ry ii. J)o not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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Ileal th Sorci.
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into eiu.h noalrtl'aaa
mall, nw-iatcrpd. in ot. KLY
56 Warren (street. nw yora
UEV1PH REYS '
HT-M1-HIUCV8' .si-k. ifi.ih am rtenttl1rlly and
i nlly prei.tred prewrllitluiu ; iwod for many
s lu jirlvnto priictk--wuh fueccgM,&tidforvr
v ycurs iiMt'il liy Ihp pooplc. Kvnry Hlnicle 8p-
thirty yearn UMetl liy tbr- pooplo. Kvry plnicle 8pe
cini 1h a iiMfl.-il run) for iim iliftue iuimed.
Thii'p Sjiwldrf rum wliiinuc 1run?lnR, purf
Iiir or ntlurliiK lh s.vnu-m, nnd arl fiuit and
del tlir no v or, ig n pi-mtMei ot tte Warla.
LIFT OK PRTIrlPAI. KOH. cnilWl. - niCWM.
I rpjem, loTiiiiniTnn. lanAmrDatlon...
lZ WiirniH, Worm r ever, W orm (ftjINr-.
3 r intt flir, orTm-thlogor lufunta
1 Pliirrheii, of children or Adnlln
ft Hj-ncnlery. Orlplng, HI limn OoUo .
( hnlrrn 1I orhux. VomlUna .
7 t ouithe. Cold, BronolUta Y
r mini a, Tmtliai'lie, Fnoewibo ...
? 11,-iiiliiclirn, lili kUeailache, Venlwu
10 Tv,'-iKn, iiiiiniii smnoi
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Cor. William anil John Street, Nsw York.
SPECS FS CS.
mediciii-H are for
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Fiiciixq regular traveliDK
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THE OI.PEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN
Tl-.'-i u'hh Amiunl S-n.ion begins Au
gust 'Jth, leuo. lieenier forlastsoar
'.)'. Special featuns ihe levaIop
ment of Health, Character and lntal-
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Fully 'quipped Preparatory. Collaftiata
and l'o-it GraduMe DepartmenUi, ba-
i sides iiri t class schools in Musio, Ian-
: guages, Commercial and Industrial
Studies- JOI1S1 H. ('LEWELL,
! au(i d 1 ru Principal.
Ths Convertible Policy
Th. I'o'i v ! tilde Poln y issued by
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
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inc'.ui'.es n" the liberal features of lha
( ompany. wi-.ii the addition of a guar
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will tie paid at Miy time artr two yean
premi.4i.i hive i.e, n paid, if demanded,
i.i.rv Pole. h".s endorsed upOD it a
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lat op-.ii.i, tsit surrender value.
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loft Ir.i, ral policy yet of-
K-itest insurtinoe to be
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