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VOL. XIII. NEW I? ERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. TlEPTiLMBElV Ts!J(T no. 27. ' ,
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As Pine and
r ,Well JBroken Horses
Mr bronsht o Ne- Beraa. They
'xa aelcbted - with .car aa4.,from
raliabla.' daaJn nly. I bay good
roadster, good draft horse, and thoaa
avitad for family pttrpoaea aad Iha
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I hay a a FIRST-CLASS
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whore will bo foand a fall cqaipmont
of riding yohioloa. Painting, ropairing,
etedoaota the very beat workman
alip. A trained and experienced Shoer
constantly on daty. Will lake pltainre
in showing yoa throe gh may depart
men! of my bnaineaa.
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.uliiwSm - BALTIMORE
A KvKTOKE FOB A5Y JTAr?!
$35,000 IS CASH to'beiven
A WAT ia Pramivma of $5,00 to S5 00.
Every on baying fif Tasiill e Punch
Cixar will Ket a eoapoa im! make a
Kueaa of tha namber pensnt a tbe
WoLD i3 Faia. to ha hJ al CnicKO in
1893. Coma and Ba -tka plan, get a
eoapon, make a suea amok and be
hm" W. U PAUIEB,
Hiddto atrwt. tUw Bern. N.C
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iv. p. Dunnus & co.,
AU Kinds of Grain, Brick and
3ETW BERNE, H.
BWl 4W -
Dailv London Herald hns
elJt troops to tbb
Sir Us frontier.
THE Rpnblicau State Couveu
tion of Texas refused to eodorso
tbe force bill.
IT is reported that genuine
Asiatic Cholera is prevailing iu
Carroll County, Ohio.
KXED has signed the Kiver nd
Harbor bill. He had heard of
ligutniug from a clear bkj.
Palmyra, Wisconsin, reports a
fall in temperature within three
days of entj-flve degrees.
r THE slave trade, under German
protection, in Africa, has revived
to au ti eut unknown in thirty
Tub lieiulilieiua having dis -
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posed of the surplus it remains to
be seen what they will do with tbe
TiiBRE has been a fusion of
Democrats and Liberal Republi
cans in Kansas that is distressing
Inga'.ls and his gang.
J.J. Hill, the great Northern i
railroad magnate, has given 1500 I
000 to establish a Catholic theolo-1
gical Seminary at St. Paul, Minn. .
Chattanooga reports the sue-
Odasfnl casting of steel from South-,
era iron, which explodes the
motion that it contains too much !
pho parous for this purpose.
The late rains did some damage
to tbe cotton crop in East North
Carolina, bat the weather is good
now and there is atill the prospect
of the largest cotton crop ever
Governor Eagle has called a
special election to fill the vacancy
in the Second Arkansas Congres
slonal district, caused by unseat
ing Hon. C. R. Breckenridge. lie
will be re elected.
The London Herald says that
short of an actual war between the
United States and Great Britain
nothing conld be so foolish or so
suicidal as a war of tariffs between
the two countries.
The Speaker appointed tte
following conferees on the tariff
bill: Messrs. McKinley, Barrows,
Bayne, Dingly, Mills, McMillen
and Flower. Four Republicans
and three Democrats.
'Congressman Lewis is the
nearest living relative ol George
Washington, and is a living image
of those portraits of the Father of
his Country which are supposed to
give the beat likenesses of him."
The Sampson County Demo
oratio Convention nominated
Marion Butler, editor of the Cau
casian for the Senate, and W. K.
ipigford and R. B. Bell for the
House. Yance was endorsed for
TE Boston Globe fiuds iu speak
er Reed's election to the 52d Con
gress "poetic jastice in sentencing
him to sit for two years and see
his gag rules enforced by a Demo
cratic speaker against a Rapubli i
can minority." J
THE present rumbling's of dis
nnntAnt that arrt heard on Wall I
street, will appear as nothing when! desoriminate against farmers and
contrasted with the storm of indig- ! doc8 nothie for then
nation that will sweep over ihe ; The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is
rural districts when the full attro j of opinion that "when Speaker
city of the tariff becomes known , Reed remarked that "all progress
to the farmers of the country.
The American vessel ChalleDger
was passed at sea last Monday
by a steamer and tound to be in a
disabled condition. A hurticane
had washed twelve of her men
overboard and disabled several
others. She had only four able
bodied men on board.
THERE have been more labor
strikes, more mercantile failures
and more restlessness daring the j
present discussion of the tariff
than for years past. !en who are
in the life struggle cinnot afford
to have their burdens increased
without giving evidence ot their;
To the CASaal observer it appers
strange that the present Adminis
tration has squandered the sur
iploa, and, in a season of abundant
agricultural production, has
! brought the country to the verge
i of a financial sricis; but in all this
there is no violation of the law of
causa and effect, but an emnhatic
declaration of its verity.
The Administration has again
recognized its obligation to releive
the strengency of the money
market, and about 23.OO0.00O of
the peocles money will be thrown
into circulation, but the advanta
ges it gives the bond holders will
pe gTeat. Is theie no releif ? Not
until tbe Democracy is trium
phant. The new tariff till, it is cn:eded
i.3 the imn-ediate cause of the pres
As it lapsed the
Ran ate it leamres mat gooeis re
that eoods re-
ce&tly imported and now in the
custom houses ot tnis country
must pay the new duties if not
removed by November 1st. There
are nearly io.u.vW v,ltu
nearlv il8.000.0OO wortn ol
goods in bond at New York, and Senator was given to the people,
about 9 500.000 of these are sub-, a8 j tnink it 8h0uld be, Z. B.
jee'to the new duty, and hence yaDCe W0Qld be elected in North
the importers have begun to j Carolina by sixty thousand major
board money for their withdraw a', j y.Raleigh Chronicle.
' Speaker Eeed is going to j
Ohio to help Mr. McKinley. Re-1
THE palace of Alhambra, in
Grenada, Sp.iin, wa greatly
damaged by fire Tuesday.
The Berlin Post says the Ger -
man Government never intended
to eradicate slavery in her African
1 HE census shows that the pop
ol Norfolk, Va.,
over 50 per cent, and of
Hampton, Va , oyer 143 per cent.
A Zanzibar dispatch reports
that the German authorities have
anthoized the traffic in Blaves: the
Sultan's decree, prohibiting slave
trade traftic, does not operate in
German territory, and he has tele
graphed to Europe for assistance.
1 6 F
i rT , t r vt l
x a& juvjur ui vet lvit Mtxm
been called upon by the Health
! Commission to have a new qensas
i taken of the inhabitants of the
cit: new census of one ward
shown an excess of nearly 30 per
cent over the government figures.
TUE Wilmington Star says,
"Miss Helen Furniss is the Captian
of a female military company or
gnized at Cheyenne, Wyoming.
If there should be any trouble
there that would call ont the mili
tary, Miss Helen would make it
hot for somebody.
The New York press and people
have shown conclusively that the
enumeration of inhabitants of that
city was very inaccurate, but they
cannot get a new count from Mr.
Porter. Mayor Grant, however,
promises to have a reliable census
"Wonder if the President has
read ex Governor Cameron's re
marks on the force bill T General
Harrison, trying to do in 1890
what General Grant could not do
in reconstruction days, is a fine
spectacle. Is he, too, a "biger
man than Old Grant t"
Henry M. Stanley's second
lecture in America is to be given
at the Academy ol Music in Brook
lyn, on the night of Nov. 12. It
will be under the direction of the
Brooklyn Homoeopathic Hospital
Society. Mr. Stanley, it is said, is
to receive $3,500.
"Tariffs may or may not have
contributed to the ruin of Spain;
bat it is certainly suggestive,
when Great Britain, the wealthiest
and most progressive country of
Europe; haa the lowest tariffs, and
Spain, the poorest and most slug
gisb, has the highest."
TnE President is represented as
being deeply interested in the
Lodge Elections bill and is willing
to call an extra session of Congress
to have it passed. There is noth
ing that would assist in the defeat
of his party so much as an other
serious effort to pass this outrage
Abe Lincoln owned his farm
and split the rails to fence it, as
tQe custom in his day; Dut
uow one half of the farmers in the
county in which he lived are ren-
i ters instead of owners of their
farms. So much for a tariff that
was over the ruins of old institu
tions," he ment to 6ay in choicer
language that he intended to git
there with botb feet, if be had to
smash everything in sight.
Last Wednesday was a great
day for the Democracy of Virginia
In the morning Hon. George D.
Wise and Ex Governor McCreary
of Kentucky, spoke at Hanover
Court house to an immense crowd,
and at niSht Ex Gov- Fitz- Lee an
Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas,
apoke at a very large meeting in
the city of Richmond.
The Elmira Gazette very perti
nently asks, "When the McKinley
bill with the Aldrich amendment
has become a law, the President of
the United States will be author
ized to suspend the free admission
of certain necessaries ol life and
impose prescribed duties upon
them. Can the Caar of Rassia do
The whole South is endeed man-
ifesting an interest in Senator
Vance's future which has seldom
ben shown for that of any PnDlic
man and il ia because he has fear-
le8ti and intelligently, from his
Place ia the Senate, defended the
ulu owiuiy fi
sions of her enemies.
I Wish to shake hands with you
upon the advocacy of the renomi
nation of the present, most able
and true Senator, Z. B. Vance. In
peace and war he has ever been
the people's fiiend and advocate.
And tuere never was a greater
'rth Carolinian unless, it was
was baptized an American in the
Wood of his venerable father. All
th nonnlB aro fnr nnr Ze.h afl thev
should be. And if the vote for
: -7 ft , w. IV T7
SEN ATOR V iNCE.
Never wis a public address u:ore
ODDortnne than Senator Vance's
great speech at. Goldsboro last
Saturday. The orator and the oc
casion were equal, v ance, tor so
many years the idol of this people,
! stood before the masses the elo
1 quent champion of "eqtTal rights to
all, gpecial privileges to none.''
; Same possibly in a thougbt!es.
i moment had charged Zb. Vance
! with infidelity to North Carolina.
True the great multitude regarded
I the intimation of infidelity as pro
fanation, but if there was a single
oitizen offended Vance was ready
to answer him with dignity ur.d
Goldsboro furnished the time,
plaee and occasion.
First, he complimented the
people of the State on their ad
heranoe to Democratic principles
and urged upon then that no con
sideration should divert them from
their steady support of the Demo-
cratic party, which was the con-,
eervatism of their peace and
safety. The safety and wtlfaieofj
tbe South was Identical with the
triumph and permanence of Demo- j
cratic principles. The Senator then
passed to the discussion of tie ;
force bill and the tariff as oaly ,
Yance can discuss them, and then ;
addressed himself to the special j
needs and demands of the farmers'
of the country.
Here we shall to some extent
epitomize the account of the daily
State Chronicle :
"The Senator stated that (or
years he had called tho attention of
the farmers to the fact that every
other class was organized ; the
business men, the railroads, the
great financiers and that it wai the
duty of the farmers to organize in
order to resist the encroachments
of the money kings. He was glad
they bad taken his advice, and now
according to some he was the first
man that some of the members of
this great organization would
"That he had never entertained
any sentiment or made any speech
that was not for the interest of the
farmers. That he had looked
specially to their interests because
they constituted the gieat majority
'The Alliance should be careful
ty know their friends. Many dead
beats and soreheads and disap
pointed politicians would endeavor
to join tbe Alliance and use it to
farther their selfish ends. If a
man turns farmer to get office or
joins the Alliance for that purpose,
watch him. Do not let him oecome
a leader or determine tbe policy of
the organization. 'Not every one
that satth Lord, Lord, shall enter
"He said that it would gave him
pleasure to state that he had been
endorsed by nearly every county
convention that had been held.
And jet be understood that there
were some good and true men who
believed, or had been tanght to be
lieve, that he had. been untrue to
the interests ot the farmers.
';"fiYr th information of that
naaane mnh wnniri Amlain h is i
position with reference to the bill j
known as tbe sub treasury bill. j
"He stated that he was asked to !
introduce the sub treasury bill, and j
consented to do so, stating at the ;
n i. a... -I, m.o 11,0 ronnoot
time tO tUOSe wno maae tne request j
that he eould not promise to 6up
"Ths hill, an nrespntpd to him. '
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contained a provision that the
warehouse keepers should be f
elected by the people, which was '
contrary to au express provision of j
the Constitution, and he struck that i
out and inserted in place of it a
prsvision that they should be ap j
pointed by the Secretary of the ;
"After investigating the bill '
most carefully, and consulting the
ablest constitutional lawyers of
the Senate, he was convinced that !
the bill was unconstitutional, and ,
that he could not support it. That
he at once wrote his conclusion to
Mr. ueauingneia, secretary ui iue ;
lDe said it had always been his
desire and purpose to carry out
the wishes of his people that he
bad always done so, aud that, if
this bill was constitutional he,
would vote for it whatever effect it
'That the people ot the btate
had made him a sentinel upon the.
watch tower, whose duty it was to,
warn them, and that having!
warned them, he should do their1
bidding. The question of the 1
practicability or impracticability
of any measure was their business;
Its constitutionality was his buti
neas. He had sworn to support
the Constitution, and if he violated
that oath the devil would get him,
BIG TOM REED.
The frog in the fable swelled until
he burst. We trust that no such
calamity will befall Big Tom Reed,
tor in that eyent the atmosphere
about him would be intolerable.
As it is, with his corpus in statu
quo, he is almost insufferable and
disinfectants range high. Should
Via nAlanaa tha A 11 (Tn in arnhlAfl
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would be lost to fragrant memory,
Despite the hazard he continues to
swell. Instead of signing the river
and harbor bill and sending it to
the Presideet Speaker Reed keeps
it upon his table. Why shouldn't
he 1 Do not the rivers and harbors
belong to the people, and is he not
lord of the people Lie declares
that he will not sign the bill until
the tariff bill and the contested
election cases have been disposed
of. Was there ever such impu
dence and tyranny
Who is to
blame bat the party that has made ! section i. not curing as well as was ex
him its boss, and gives their backs j pected. The rains caused a late growth
to hi) lash like Blares t and -hi is the cause of the trouble.
KOtiERS, OF XORTHAMPTON.
Wlirtt has become of Rogers, of
Northaui jton ! lie was nominated
as i he Democratic candidate for
! Cungres in this, tlie second dis
tr;et of North Carolina, but we
have hoaid nothing of his accep
tano-e. Ia lie a candidate, aud if
so what i.-i he duing to secure his
Possibly be has not been oflicially
informed of his nomination. At
all events, we have not seen his
It is time an active oaava was
inaugurated. Wise, in Virginia,
has been upon the stomp for two
weeks, and Breckenridge, of Ken
tucky, is helping him in his can-
vats. "T.lldj'' William8 has Opened
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nre ou .nrowei up wi me uiceuo-
boro district, and they are haviDg'iii phenomiDal, exteniing throughout
it hot and heavy. i
Mr. Rogers is said to be a good :
speaker. Mr. Simmons and other
gentlemen of ability are ready to
help him. aud the work should con
mence. Public meetings will prove
of vast benefit to our party. The
Republican record is bad and
should be fearlessly exposed. Other
work is necessary. Mr. Rogers
should visit every precinct in this
district aud win votes by pleasing
address and courteous intercourse
with the people. "Up guards aud
at them," was the command of
Wellington at Waterloo.
LI1TLE UEX.ME HAhKJSO.V.
Telegrams from Cresson Springp,
Pa., state that the President
threatens to call Congress together
in extra session should it dare
adjouru without passing the force
bill, the anti lottery bill, tbe Sut
preme Court bill, the labor bill,
and several other measures in
which he takes seme little interest
in the intervals of his various ex
cursions. Bennie wants to let it be known
that he is alive and kicking. Blaine
and lieed have been all the talk for
a month or so, and unless he kicks
up a racket he will be entirely for
gotten. P.ut he need have no such
apprehension. The panic in Wall
street, and the hundreds of strikes
from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico,
the distress and embarrassment in
every agricultural distiict in the
Union will not permit him to be
forgotten, but will call down curses
on his head. Poor Harrison !
Kf.feeing to the canvass now
being pressed so vigorously by the
Democracy of Virginia, the Rich
mond Dispatch says: The Demo
crats in this district are having
good meetings and fine speakers
to address them. The people
eageily listen to the discussion of
the issues of the day and are more
earnest aud united than at any
time since 1S70. If all the other
districts of the State are in equally
good condition the Democratic
majority in N ovember will be very
great. Oar voters are not only
confident, but alert.
Mr. Oiieadle, Hepublican of
Indiaua made a strong speech in
tbe yenable Langstou contested
race in wbipli hn tnnt t hp prnnnd '
' . ,
Venable was fairly elected
and insisted that the Republican
party could not afford to seat
Latigston. He said, "The Repub
licans, had been fairly beaten, and
it was beneath tbe dignity of the
Republican party to reverse the
figures of an election which had
been lost to it by a thousand
Dick Johnson's circular didn't
defeat Cheatham for the nomina
tion before the Republican conven
tion, but the votes of an outraged
people in November, will
him to private life. While his
party is stealing all the ''boodle"
in the Treasury, along with onr
liberties, we advise hiin to lay up
a few coins for that lainy day
whieh will have no end for him.
It was one of the accidents of a
sad occasion that Senator Quay
led in the Randall memorial ser
vices in the Senate on Saturday.
We don't suppose in our genera
tion there have been two men who
represented such thoroughly oppos
ing standards of public life as
Randall and Quay.
The Wilmington Messenger
says: "The platform of Radicalism
in 1S92 will be shaped by Reed's
recent campaign and success
more taxes and heavier burdens."
HUE AT LYKCIUJURti.
CNION OFFICE AND OTHER
Lynchhuro, Vs., Sept. 15. A very
destructive fire occurred here last night.
The tire' was first discovered in the
battery room of the Western Union
- Bnt. nA n ...iln
Iciest 'ii umtc a iiu Dicau aiiuijr
i thal nothing was saved belorjgiDg to the
office The fiimes quickly spread to
M A k -.; n i n ir hi 1 1 1 A n o a onfi half ct Vi
block wu8 destroyed. The following
firms were burned out: John A. Lee,
seed ana iff miners, iui. 11. iaritiu,
dry goodo; Lewis & Jennings, whole
gale groceries: M Kroft. tobacoo and
cigar dealer: F. A Kinckle, boots and
shoes; Western Uaion Telegraph office,
E Crump, dry goods. The estimated
total lo.-s in buildings and stock will
amount to 150 000. No estimate of in
surance can be made.
Blue Ridire Tobacco.
Raleigh, Sept 17 Reports received
are to the effeot that the
Inhocr.i rrnn wpat nf tha HlllA Rliffa,
AROUND AND A 1501 ! KPS10V.
EjilToli Ji'L'KSAl.'-Th-.U4h t i coi -liuuuuD
an i fut tin.- Da.-t. ti-n o . Iiave
BOtDn line aan pened the p. irild of ihe
all coLLjuei iqk f-irmerH vet i.,uca re
roaius lor beany j y and ihokKKiving.
The hatvewt. iu everv din i-iien. i.-!
'OriDtiij(i iu 9 ib i oi a'jUijdiL.1
luxuiiiw tti.d iitf.fu-ia un pru.iuc
nuiia. Tn.-jeiluw c.jiii li-ld ron:i.ex
a boucillful leld. ifn- ; oit.n! er. p
the iuio n-liiirice uf cur p pie is
'beb'.iriK iLe rrcorii. " f-r j itc now ii
proiniecn to he ht?; ui.d he.-.tifSt
cotton crop t nude iu L-:u..: co jrjty
and l C will i ! nrly w. II
Applte m.d ps h rt, tli:ri j -ir. li.ve
DeeD a (iii ; are ; Lut urxpin ur.d waier
uifclens are abundant, wbil - ilsn l.tlter
are l.rne, luscious aud BWit-i a the
world ever tasted
Low buth hueUli.berii.-n turned out
very multitud in' us. Ii is fxiimaied
that five hundred and liftv ihf usand
quarts of thece borriea were thi.jped
j North this Beason by Hint live ami h
'ling ycuoe tueicbar.t. J.t.i h. C
miugs, of Tuofeahoe Kinntn Ilia trade
mis ana tne aojoininK oountirs. ilie
Bales and collciioun u ru nle the
salts and collect) ma of ail compel itnru .
So much for put-h and energy, hrMiiih
Hard by i tha stan i of jour "lo
campaigner," 1,-fwis Grady, who. at
this season of the y oar, deala chi 11 in
th ever refreshing watermelon. 1-1 1
oonsiders it a "aiall ulTair" to pur
chase, for Saturday 'a trade, four or Jive
hundred melons, and just an the town
clock sounds iho lust note of 1. a little
after midnight, whilo it i yet Sunday,
he couots up his "nicks" ' 1 dimes by
the bushel and hi.'S awav tnerj H.tbbath
morn lo church ami there '.h.mk God
he is cot as other sinners are.
lathe fall and winter h turn hiw
ey es to the orange groves of the South
and then his fun begins iu dealing out
oraDKts to the coons ol lenoir two
for a ' nick" and
king up sheol
with railroad president ami deiot
agents. And by the way. at tins tirne,
his niece. Miss I.illie K-alhley, from the
orange groves of Florida, is payinir him
a visit. She is a native of l'loiida. j int
''sweet hixteen," and fair and hincioiis
as were those mammoth oranges whn-h
the New Berne Fajr of Fehru ry, iHS-j.
"hooked" from him to sweeten the
Senatorial teeth ol Senators Vance and
Ransom. Miss J.iilie expt cu to prolong
her Btay in North Carolina till the
"Ueaulirul Snow" falls upou the earth
a eight seldom witnessed in Florida
and which ber eyes never looked upon.
Her father Bnd mother, with scarcely
anything but a marriage certificate, left
this couutry about twenty years ago
after being married one evening aDd
departing next morning to Florida,
where he embarked immediately in
orange culture and hue succeeded in
raising a flourishing and remunerating
grove. He is now, God blens his money
miking soul, independent if not rich
Our town just now is taking on a net
10 kiuhhib aim 1 1 u r mr. lug. :
Thera are many evidences of thrift and j
. . ii j n- ,.o l '
improvement all around. The Suuih-
eru l ines vnewing uum tompiny is
now in full blast, turning out sweet
ened stick rosin by the thousand boxes
to give tbe j iw-bones of young girls
who do not talk, good exercise. Large
quantities of it are put up in single
pieces in fancy bjxes aud shipped
North and elsewhere daily. This in
dustry is a 6ourceof good income to the
projectors, while it furnishes our romp
ing and restless fcirls "something to d -i"
and fair remuneration.
The "KiQBton Knitting Factory 'is
also rapidly approaching cj.npletion I
and will iouo turn out shirts, drawers, t
hese and other kci. goods in large!
quantities and fcupei b finish. This in '
uustry will be conducted on tntxten-i
$ive scale. It will add very much every ;
way to the town and give us "charaeti r i
at home and consideration abroad." j
The Ureenviile branch of the Wil- j
mington and Weld on Riilioad is nearly ;
finished to Kinston. Tbe smoke and j
noise of the steam horse can bs se n and
heard every day. This will be the;
great highway for passsenger trav el and I
freight north for this section of coun- !
try. It wiil take all the life out of thct
political ' corporation, tho A & N. C.
Kailroad, although the powerful I
Eclipse Engine" G'ainger '"runs the.
machine on that road. An eleeant
and commodious depot building is now j
in process of construction at the ter-
minal point in Kinston.
j. ub rains are u ei u gi iig i ii e eartu auu
delaying cotton picking, while cotton ;
19 falling out very bail ly and in many ;
cases, sprouting and moulding in the
cotton boll. The farmers have ad- j
vanced rates of picking to sutty cents; town, mid loft in the fort a number of
per hundred pounds. This move will ; rifles Tho ir. rives overpowered the
take all the wind out of "Pg-Leu" i guards, m-:;: d the guns and attacked
Williams' sails and keep the cotton ' the town Thirty-tw;. Spaniards were
pickers in North Carolina, as tbe crop killd. S.-vural Spanish men-of-war
ia sufficient to give employ mailt till the were st nt from Manilla to quell the dis
new year j turbanoe. The American batk Paroy
Politics are up to the H9.h degree of . was lost six 'ft ks ago hot ws on Manilla
heat I Alliance men, however, are ! and Glailo. Jhe crew was Baved.
having it all their way. It is said, that I - - - -
just previous to the Democratic con-.Republican Convention in Columbia.
gressional con vention in Kinston on the ' t "oi fi m v S O Sept 1 Th- RJ-
tbird instaot, political lightning play.ed rubii(.an State Convention re-convened
fantastic tricks around the head of "D. ; this a ra. at y Mr. Miller now has
R. Walker.' the sage of Monticello. ; control of the convention .and no doubt
What kept it from striking his devoted ; hjs man. ex Congressman Small, will
head is one of tho mai.y conjectures - be m(idu porulanent chiirman. Tne
which puzzh s the disciplt-s of Lord con veutiou is very noisy and works
Dundreary ! But the farmers wre not ! 80WlT.
to be overwhelme.l. Not even the Aft'er a pn(lrp c,,nt, Ht Miller and
"eloquenpe of j our Manly or your j Webster captured tne convention and
Stevenson" (and they were grand el - 1 made Geo. W. Murmv, a negro, of
fort) could turn the determined and ; 8umter- pf.rman(-nt chairman. Bray
outraged farmers from his high resolve j ton-s fru,r.ds have determined to put
to raise himself from th i degr;; l.ition , him in ,hp (ioi i aH candidate Coneress
ana tnraioom tnrow n arouna nun 03- 1
the politician.! and place himself in an 1
even race in tha struggle for life.
Simmons' liver invigorator would nut
go down the earnest ard healthy sons of ;
toil wno compo ed that convention It
is now estimated thut Alli.ince Rogers,
of Northampton, on "a fir count and I
free election" will crrv Lenoir county ,
by more than six hundred votes over
Harry Plummer 1 beaihiui, the Con- i
gressman, who according to Bro John- .
bod, puts away ' dead niggprs" in pine
boxes and without clothing. Tbis esti- 1
mate, however, is not the mathematical j
calculation of our Charlie Knowitall :
Dunn or of our "little red head " friend.
who runs pious J.ihn Wananinker'
small "shebang" on "Scrauh Ar.kle"
corner in Kinstan.
John Robinson's "greatest show on
earth'' will be here early in October.
Preparations are going up for the big
pictures and posters. .
The"woman in man's clothes," Alex
Morton, who was sentenced to be nung
here on the 17th of October next by
Judge Armfi-ld at last term of our Su
perior Court, will not "go" at that
! time. Tbe appeal to the Supreme Court
will put off the execution, if one should
ever occur, to December. In the mean
time she keeps quite cheerful and car
ries a high head and a "stitT upperl ip. "
She positively refuses all prc-ir-rs of
ministerial consolation. Her lime in
jiil is spent mostly in making muMO on
a mouth harp. She plays incfss.tntly
and sings rs she plays
t The incriminating letter wheh she
sent to Giles Parker, the chief witness
against her, has been found an i though
"tattered and toru" in a thousand
pieces, has been sent to the Pinkerton's
"for repairs, " and if it can be put to
gether, wo shall see the truth ss it is.
She denies the version givt-n of it by
Parker m his testimony.
We mourn recently the lots of one of
! the "old landmarks" of Leuoir county
ia the death of Mr. Chauncey Cray, an
i old citizen of tbis county and for many
1 years a merchant of Kinston. lie died
j on the 9:h instant in Kinston in his 09. h
year. The pathway of life is dark, but
1 what he saw he saw straight iiul saw
right and so let ub sing
"ead kind y. Light, amid the encir
Lead thou me on;
:iut .-..re to r
-p eU'lOfJIl :
Kinsion. Sipt. IT, 'J-J,
A NUiliH t A KOI.!. I IN HONOR r!I).
CilAS .M I;l'-Hr.K ii:-' KAl.KKUl M.KTil)
hKAD OF ONE OF THE (iKAX IJ-T HK.V-Kl-'ICENT
OliDEl..- IN Tllli WORLD.
Oat- :( h.'O II c
lt-'t iu-rc I .i i ... . k i. i
'. h - Severe -;: i ir.-.i.-i
'!..r..-. to rtttend
, U. F.
: : d ay T ii.- fu;;o
l . J l,,'.-V
' '. I!, i.iy- vi... .. I; . . N. i.
Htil Carol ina nan il. Husbee has
been i Wied Gran;; -Sin; of the Sove
reign Crar.ii l. )iii;e 1 O O. F., unani
mously. C.iiu i limpt'il, ot Canada ib
eiietad Drjuij lirnuii Sire."
The ht.r.or e. f.-.-red upon Mr. KusbcH
by this election is cu-j of the greatest
nu American o;., ;i run wear.
The Order. , w iin-h in is r.n .v tl..- ru
preme lie.,,1 . ;.-; gr, af -si h.-rielirent
orgaui.iiion in nil tli world, .nil it is
cons tan. ly grow in,r.
: 1 he. total annual revenue of the Older
; in approximaie . . u.wxj. ana ot tins I
amount, !-! u.ij.-, :'.,i.iiti.r0ii is expended
' for the n lief of Mi;k un-.l needy mem
He has. for a lung liioe, Un-.i au active
me, liber of 1. O. O. F. aud two years
i ko he was elected Deputy Grand Sire
j of tho Order at Los Angeles. Cal.
Fiom that ofliee he ascends to the
! head of the gieit Order, rtllecting
I honor lipjii himself and upon his native
Mr. Biirhee w ill return to the city
within the ii'.xt two wicks, BL(1 cn
Sepr. uiber obib a maftriiiii-enl ovatit n
ari l lut.'j'iet will be tendered Rileigh's
d istiogui6hed Hon by his friends, tha
cifze is and tho members of the Order
here. It will b. such a reception as
I 'eigh has not tiven a man Hince
i.arayeiio paseeu turougn trie town.
llll. SI VI K FA IK
A 1,;hi;p and Vioioiis Me, tin
I xeentive Cdinniittee.
The executive committee of the State
Fair met here yesterday.
There was a larger attendance than
has been known for sometime, and de
termination and enthusiasm were plain
A lot of orders were passed with
reference to improving tho grounds and
getting things in read iness, and every
thing was ordered dene with a view to
i comfort and attractiveness. !
; The President, the Secretary and a j
j Director were appointed a special com-
mittee to look after and arrange a good
j schedule of races a schedule that will
! make racing a prominent and attractive
i feature of every day of the fir.
I Ii. w is resolved that tie? btHt music
d be set-iired, and thii i
i, , u.. .. . . , i u i i j
r c-.u,, i, i. , .
f Cherokee Injisno from Western
One feature will bi (i gre .t tariff dis
cussion by men of note who are familar
with and will be able to han ile the
Bubj-ct. This will be held on a day
specially set apart for a great general
gathering of the farmers. It ia proposed
to make this a farmers jubilee day.
In addition to the f 000 premium lists
already sent out, six thousand more
are to be jointed and distributed at
I Soici;.l i risl rn e i i.-,n s
fair bhould be
Wpre ,,iv(1n that thr
th"rr!i,jh ' y and extensively advertised
State ' bronicle.
Ten out of a I In ml red Lie in a Church.
Bekminuiiam, Ai.a.., Sr'pt. 17. A big
nrgro revival meeting is being carried
on in a church in Dallas county near
here and great crowds are in attend
ance. Somehow or other nearly a hun
dred were poiBoned at the dinner hour
today of which ten are already dead.
The others are very much scared and
the whole congregation is suspicious of
some supernatural visitation. The
perpetrators cannot be found and the
whole affair is shrouded in mystery.
A Terrible Massacre.
San Fk v.vci -(), Sept. 1. C. I,.
Owens, a njereh3at -f Manilla, arrived
rjere yi, eterci y on t-ie ettatntr uuenc,
He savu a terrible massaore occurred
August t in tbe town of Punspe, on
the Idaud. Tho s
Spani-h soldiers were
building a fortress on the side of the j
against M, Irr - in th only lpubli 5an 1
district in the State seventh Ihis will j
insure the election of a Democrat and
the jeturn ot Congres-man Llll ct
Ihe Price i.f Mother. of-Pearl Affected.
LomoN, Sept. 1 The Chronicle's
Vienna correspondent f;. the prospect
aririnir from 1 1 1 . - parstt".- of the McKin
ley ti.i'ilT bi 1 com bin il with trie fall in
gold h is 1'iivrred 'h" price of mother-
ofptarl lo p r o.-n L M 1 t hr of pe ai 1 !
The night :- : . -
E 'a 1 . hou iju'j oi. :
i ; aid . tho j my f .. t
The '.;:s:a-u -ei'if :
mamifociori.js have clos- d t-;i ir facto as to the members of the county ticket
ries in order to avi.id working at a his-, j 8nd the Alliance men have the Legisla
an l thirty thousand persons are thro n : tive ticket. All white men will support
out of rinploymenc. (these candidates.
(I'l.linir In lit Itir
Li i.M.tlN, Sept IS
Ihe Freejte Out.
The merchants of
lielfast are making every eudavor to
place as much linen as possible in the
United Slates before the McKinley tariff
bill goes into t lT-.'Ct. The White Star
line steamer M.jestii which sailed
from Liverpool for New lork yesti r
day, has one of the largest cargoes of
linen ever known to have been shi p d
Viany shipper are unabid to secure
The River and Harbor liill.
W.hinc,t "". September 17. Speaker
Reed has at l ist signed tho river and
harbor till aud mi ant.uocem.-nt will
be mide to th Ilou-e Kin tir;t oppor
tunity. 1 lie next step forward wi.lte
to secure the signature of the presiding
olTieer of tho Senate f.nd the bill will
then go to the President for approval.
Largest Cut ton Receipts on Record
Rai.f.PiII, Sept. IS, Thy cotton le
C3ip:a here will be the greatest on rfc
ord ia S ptembti". Ti.cre is no doubt ;
nearly the whole crop in this section !
will be open by tbe end of the month
and the main object will bo si curing
enough hands to pick it. Though there
i are no complaints of scarcity of labor,
yet tntre is not enougn of it to Keep up
with a crop so rapiJly openin.
A Handsome Donation
Cbicaqo, September IS John D.
Rockafeller has j ist given ?l,000,0i0
to the new (. hicagO Rsptipt Coiversity
' in addition to the SG00 000 which he
i OK' k;n m: V; .
ui A I) 1 1 U .
to iu o clock i.ic
or Aihaailira i,-. iii
t tfor;s Diaoe Il
i.iiit i.. cftr p-iia:e I
. n -t-i i 1 . :i espit j i.-.e
i xlavu lei. 1; . it is eti I
lire origiuiittd l.i the
AlberOi courty ird :ul soon eprtad to
me ta'ierics. ureii UMiif t.HSOren
liio Janeiuo pt l'; i"i:u citations
for tueiKh-r of o -:i l.i : . n i awemblj
passed 11 O il Hiy
Svd.'.f.v, K. w. S.-m. ;.) --;';;
labor le i.ei-he l!i;i-h". 'i, ! . csi. nut
t e n i , enn.je. r. hn f (lr, ,,,,-n hnd
resoji ,. ;r...r e rxtrt yoe :ie ,-jr- ii. ihe,
iitil to D-ii. iiu .i cinfrr-'ucf .. i."li their
m;ilt,yt.TH wuhiii nirty -tight hours.
Tie government is iun',ribHing all the
r lie ammunition poi-nhli- in order to
prevent its misuse
BekLIX, S -pt IU Vu exploHi .n uc
cu.'rel tidy in the M,ivbck -t.ir at
Sauic Weundel. Hnenis'i I'mu bv
w.nch ttventy-five mimrs were killrd.
Other m.'(j in ih,. p. m i;.,. number of
wi re ri SClied .
vn;i:u: Se;,t , r.iv r- from
ihe roH-t eon :i i m th" rc;i in of th i'im
of a de. r. e bv the Germans :it liiga
; moyo. authorizing triiflio in slaves. Ttie
j de.oree was n'gned by tbe Oilman Com
mandant and was posted at Biigarnoyo
ana l).irensAmm H at, iluli-
pelled from Z.rr.ih.ir have established
ihemselves at Bagamoyo ami are doing
a thriving bua-.m sa. It is reported that
the Sultan has
telegraphed to. Europe
I lie (Creates l
ood to Ihe Greatest
It has ever Wm acknowledged that
thoughtful men attl women derive
great benefit from tbe practical expe
rience of others. This is certainly true,
inasmuch as people of nice tastis, bat
tling with a limited income, must pot
sees a strong vein of practical common
senee, which, in cases of emeraencv.
j predominates, tnd Insures a conserva-
tism of action iu providing for those of
I their own household. It is in such
j homes, and among tbis class of people,
! we oisoover that which results in "the
j greatest good to the greatest numbr, '
I y z . Dr Humphrey V Mmunl and Fam
' ily Syeeifi s. Chore being no large
bank account with which to liquidate a
doctor's long bill for w inter's atten 1
I ance, the mother and housekeeper feels
iv lutuiuuBiii upon ner to rieeome in h
measure and hundreds of times with
tho most marvelous success not only I
her own physician, but the able adviser
of her Bftlicted neighbors. She notes
the symptoms of croup, worm fever or
measles in her children, the hollow
cough, bronchitis or incipient corsumj -tion
in the husband or friend, and con
sulting her Manual administers the
prescribed Specific with remarkable
and gratifying success. 'o wonder the
unvarying testimony in favor of Hum-
i phrey s' SpeciB.-s is, that they aro sim
ple, mild and efficacious, S ;e adver
tieement Lt'ayette. Ind . Journal.
Blaine Carrie (lie Day Willi liecipro
rily. Washington, Sept. 10 - Those bel
ligerent Republican members who were
threatening a few weeks ago to ulterlv
demolish the Senate amendments to tl e
Tariff bill are now as docile hi lambs,
and when sent to the President, will be
substantially as it stands today. SpeaL
er Reed and those Republican members
who agree with him that the recipro
city feature of the bill, as proposed by
Mr. Blaine and peifected by the S-nate.
is a delusion and a snare, have decided
to takq their medicine with as much
lerace aa possible. A week or two ao
' tne 8Peafeer was making preparations
iu organize a ngnt in tne riouse against
the reciprocity amendments.
Tho situation has changed now, and
the Speaker will accept the bill as sent
over from the Senate. A canvass of
the House has developed the fact that
more than three fourths of the liepubli
can members are outspoken in favor of
reciprocity. Hence it would be useless
for Speaker Reed to antagonist i the pet
scheme of hn enemy. Mr. Blaiue.
M my members of both House pre
dict that if the Tariff bill is disposed of
within a week, whioh seems likely, ad
journment will be had on Saterday, the
Two at One Shot.
St Louis. Sept. 12 At Gainesville,
Tex., last nighs, a quarrel occurred in
a saloon between the bar-keeper, Htnry
Vogel, iand thiee or four you ig men
from tbe country. One of the lalt r.
Lee llashstn, threw a glass ut Yogel.
who drew a revolver. B-isham ducked
down in froct of the com t ir and John
Wilke took sh( Iter beh nd him just ae
Vogel fired. Tho ball stru -k B-v nam in
the throat l'ut above the collar hone
and went entirely through his body,
coiling out just at o -e the 1 ft hip,
entered the forehead of Wilke. went
through, coming c ut tt the back and
struck with such force that it s uok in
the wall opposite. Both men were
killed. Vool was nleas 1 on a 3, (-00
Sow York Census Deehuvd luamirate
Nkw Youk Sept li The ;nitary
police this afurnoon completed a cen
sus of the Second ward of this ci'y. It
shows a total of 1.10G residents of the
ward, instead of 922 as reported by tbe
census men. This is an excess of near
ly 30 per cent, over Porter's figuros
The Health Commission, after con
sidering this, adopted a resolution
setting forth that the evidence pointed
clearly to the conclusion that the cen
sus of thi3 city, as announoed, is both
inaccurate and Incomplete, and calls
1 t .1 r r. r rt nrOr o nam .(.nana
to" bu taken of all the inhabit .nts of the
" ' -
1 lie 1,1011
and the l.umh
I. ie Duwn
Vei,ton, N. C , September 15, The
white Democrats, Republicans and Al
liance men have consolidated their
fcrces in Halifax coui.ty and have
nominated one ticket to be put up
Hgiint the negro candidates. The
Demoarats and Kepublicins alternate
Terrible Fatal Accident
Rai.eiuu, N. C . September 18. Com
missioner of Agriculture John Robinson
today received news of the death of his
brother. George I.. Robinson, in Anson t
county. The latter was twenty-four f
years of age. Yesterday ho was at
work at a cotton gin and his arm was ;
i caught in the machinery, nearly tear-
ing the limb from his body. He bled
to death before surgical ail reached
The New Kuowiiolhinirs.
L. CnossE, Wia . t ptember 13.
is being cucuULrd in oppo -
tl-.e Derii' cr.Hi.iC ticket, which
pledgf s tbe signers to defer d the public
schools and their sysfm of education
against any an 1 all inva?'"i of Catho
licism r.nd pron oteis of n pirocbial
! school system. Tli" i-h .cord i i.
' Americ i for Americans. ''
I.ynt'liiiiir I'sual l'olln.s
WaIiSaw Va S p'.omhi-r 1"-. Henry
Yeaby (negro;, n ui't-' nmn character,
has been lodged in Northumberland
cous.ty jail at llesthvilh- for having a
few rights since at'.i mpted to commit a
brutal assault upon ihe person of a
young widow ldy near that place.
There was gieat excitement ov r the
AOV1CK TO 11 OTII KItS.
Mrs VVuslow's Footiuno Svrvp
b l-i 1 ri a I u a T a Kn - "i f . . r r) ilrl rcn
- . t. t ' . t. i -
lei,IJ . 11 ri-Utlfd Lilt U-.il'l, PUIiriiB
the trnma. allavs all ,iai,.. ,-im s wind
i colio, and is tho bost remndy for Diar
rhcea Twenty five ocutB a bottle, jaly '
Hoth tho method and results when
"vrup ,f Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
i'enily yet promptly on the Kidneys,
I.i.it :uh1 Uowels, cleanses the eya
!rm cllectually, dinpels colds, head
"1( 3 : 1 1 j 1 fevers and cures habitual
, i-oi,si ipation. 8yrup of Figs ia the
only remedy ot its kind ever pro
iliicod, pleasing to tbe taste and ac-
eentalilfi fo thfi Kfnmneri Tviwmnt in
I i.i i rf . ,
i ',. u' "n nna l"" 'Ce"Ciai in IU
i ""' vt:! prepared only from the most
j healthy and agreeable substances, its
mmv e.viellt nt oualitlca commend it
to all and have made-it the most
popular remedy known. ' .';
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c
and $1 bottles by all leading .'drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it- Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUP 6b.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. f
LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, H-V ,
Allays Pain and
I n flam matloav
Heals tbe Sorrs
Sense ot Taste
TRY THE CU3E
A particle 1 applied Into ea-efc noatrfrUDd.
la agreeat.le. Price 50 eeota at Droaclata; hr
mall, registered. 60 oU. ELY BROTHCB8.
58 Warren Street. Mew York aprlMwly
and Whiskey KabiU
cured at borne with
out pain. Soot of par.
' Allanta,Uu. Office 1W4 Whitehall 8.
Ita. UuMFURKys' BpaeiriGS areaoientlfloaUxaiul
oarfully prepared prflsorlptloiM 4 osed torsBaair
y tiarw In prl vate practice with suooesADd forow
thl rty years ued by the people. Evmy Sinai Bps
till' ih a special cure for tbe disease named.
1 UHse Speclucs cure without dnuglaa asm
liitr or redutMnir tbe
sjsiem, ana ans la tae and
due.1 the soverelg-a re
ljht of p&imcipaz. mos. cuasw.
1 KoifM, Ooiurcatlon.'lnflsjaanattoa... .'J
'2 Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.. .'J
a ( ryini V'allCfOr ieHuingor inrania
1 llliirrbrn, or Chlhlren or Adults
a llyHrnierr, Orlplng, BUIoiw C0IU3
i Cholera Morbas, Vomttlug .'2
7 Concha, Cold, BrouchiUs
Nearaiis-in. rootbace. FaceaooB. ... I .u
O Headaches. Sick Headache. Vertigo .3
19 Mr ripepsis. suiuia nutuni
II Snparesnelor Palsfsl Periods.
lil Whites, too Profuse Periods .'J.5
I 3 i'roap, Coufrh. PlfBcult Breathtnr ... ,95
II Knit It Ii .n m . FrvRlnAlaa.li-.nintW.na. .'IS
15 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains....
16 Fever and A Bee, Chills, Malaria. .. .
17 Plleti, Blind or Weeding
10 Catarrh, Influenza, OoM In the Uead
'JO W hooping Cough, Violent Coughs.
ii ftenersl Itebilitv. Physical Weakness
5H Nervous ItehilltT ....'lJ
30 1 rinnrr Weakness, Wctttnlt Ped. .4
3-i Diseases rthellca.rt,PalpitaUoalJsi
Bold by Draiarisia. or sent postpaid on rseelpt
C 1R. UUHTHRXTS JSANuAI I
CMTHRET8' MAVUAL. f 144 DtUrSSl
hound In cloth and sold, mailed free.
Cor. William and John Streets, New York.
All of tbe a'.o.e medicines ar for
ale a the drug stores of F. H. Duffy
and It. IV.rry, Middle stret, Na
Berno. N. C.
NEWBERN, N. C.
iETNA Fikk Insurance Com
pany, of Hartford, Conn.
Has the largest capital, largest assets.
Largest surplus, of any American ir
Continental Fire Insurancb
Company, of New York,
Papitil. 81.000 000 Assets. $5,000,000.
Has pid over $24,000,000 of losses.
Thk Norwich Union Fikk ins.
Co., of F.nirland,
One of the oldest, one of the strongest,
one of the largest r'ire Insurance Com
panies in the world.
Tiif. Asulo Nkvada Fire Ins.
('., of San Francisco,
i ii k Lancashirk, of Manchester,
Capital, 310 000,000.
Thk Fidelity and Casualty
Ins. Co., of New York.
Furnishes bonds of suretyship to bank.
railroad and telegraph office.
Tim: Fidelity and Castjaltt
1n"s. Co., of New York.
I Issues Aor id ont Policies covering aooi-
Marine Ins. Co., of London,
Insures Cotton to and from any port l
tho L'nited States or to any port i
Aui.rd'an Steam Boiler 1n.
Co., of New York,
, 1q: uri-s boilers from explosions.
Conm i Tici T Mutual Life Ins.
Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Tviiial nn. 1 exact justice to all lt policy
holders are characteristics ot t hie old,
n il h!e company.
William H. Oliver,
' Rri'-k build inff.
k building. South Front street.
, . T?-. JaV ti.
i Formerly occupied by Green, Foy Cdv
as a bank loa: house.
New bern. N. C. au31 d4H