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. C. H1BFEB, rrvrttr.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THING?.
t i.SO 2- .
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, OCTOBER i
How is Your Blood?
. -X had m&lignant breaking oat oq my
le below the knee, and waa cuted Kond
aaa well witi two and a half botUea of
8. 8. 8. OUter blood mcdkanea bad fail
ed to do me aay good.
' WtLL.C. Bkatt. Torkrfflo, a C.
I waa troubled from childhood wtth
a ajravated ose of Tetter, and three
bottiea bf & a a cored me perma
nently. Wallacb Maww,
lLumvllto, I. T.
Oar oook on Blood and Skin DUeas
- ' &vzrr Specific Co., Atl.-mia. Oa.
It haa permaiMnUy onred thocsasd
. ef oases proaovneed by- doctors hope
Jess. If yoa he premonttory.yinp
kxni, sacb as Conh, Difficulty of
Breathing, Ac, don't delr, bat use
( PISO S CURB for CONStTMPTION
Inn mediately. By Draggiats. 25 cents.
HTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
"U.U Can tiMof har and
Gk Ib 1 1 Daya, vltkait rata.
PiTiit9 Strtetmrai. Coataina bo
serid or-poiaoaoBs aBtwtance. and
ffvaraateed absolutely harmless.
Ia ptaBi-tbd bypbralelans and
rwowt0aded L of bu u lata. 1 m .
Sold by dracciata. Bwra of 8b(
ltut. Arrow Cbm.OvT.M..X.O. T a
SALE BHD EXCHANGE
,11 ; VII
All 1 I I I i 1 tl II m
X havi oonatantly on hand
As Fine and
Well Brpken Horses
as avar brooht to Ner Bras They
ar seleoMd with care and from
J tellable deaJera only. 1 bare good
roadster, food draft horses, and those
- sautod -fat famUT purposes acid the
, - Abo, ia oonnection with my Livery,
' I hat a TIBST-CLAS3
Carriage and Buggy
where wU he found a full equipment
-. of riding Tabic lee. Painting, repairiaf,
eto-, doae ia the very beet workman
ship. A trained and experienced Shoer
constantly on doty. Will take pleasure
in ahowiaa; yo throoch any depart--.
meat e my hnainess.
X W. STEWART.
Tha Convcriiblo Policy
The Coavertibls Policy isrued by
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
flfe Iaraiaace Company
includes all the liberal testates of the
' Oompejiy, with the additiow of a guar
. mwi Xkuk Surrender value, which
i. -sill be paid at aay time arter twoyaara
- preeaiaaas have been paid, if demand sd.
Ertry Potiy has eadoreed apoa it a
tebl abowine; ia plain flrnree the op
tiooa granted by the company.
lat option. Cash snrreader value.
TLX option. Amount that may be bor
rowed from the company on the pol
icy. . Si option. Extended inaoranoe for full
amount of the policy.
4H notion. Paid np policy value.
Tbie ia the most liberal policy yet of
f.fM and Is the safest i nan ranee to be
- Every dollar paid gets a dollar
. vwtb of Insurance.
No loss by lapses.
. T. rilHAWlT, Acat.
Healthy persons between fourteen
and seventy ioured.
GIVES PE A.OE.
B A; K II W C
fZyrtj Package Gnaranteed te
tilve Satisfaction or 3 ear
Qfocer wi 1 rtlund tlie money,
SMITE, HOBPEL & CO
B ALT! MORE.
A FOBTXJSTE FOK AST VAN !
rw.eoo vs cash to be given
A WAT bi Premiama of H.OOJ to 15 00.
Every one bnyuag Five Tanaill s Pnscb
CisTars will get a con poo and Bat a
nmss tke camber of persons at tbe
WoaXDto FAXB, to be held as Cbioago in
1383. Come end see tbS plan, get a
eoapoA, sake a guees, smoke, and be
W. I PALMER,
" UUdle street. New Berne. N. O
,; Do a OemeraJ Baa Hug business.
Ww BAJtxnra Borvs.
v " Kiddie Street, fourth doer below Bote
7r - - - Albnrt,
'fejlaJwlT RW BKnMVJE. H O
. '' .
RKPrELICANS ke vtr.ns.
provided they are not Democrats,
No pleasmre is comparable to the
standing upon t lie vantage-gronud
of truth Baron.
IT is one cf the peculiarities ol
coming men that they don't enem
to arrive. N. Y. Eerald.
Charlks Stewaet Parnell.
the Irish patriot abandons his
comtemplnted visit to this conntry
because of ill health.
THE way for Kennedy to make
money is to leave Congress and go
off delivering lectures on Qaay.
E. 0. Davidson, of Mecklenburg,
announces himself a prohibition
candidate against S. B. Alexan
Tub Republicans of both the 7th
and Sin Congressional districts
decided not to make any nomina -
AIX the engineers and fireman
in the Chicago stock vards have
stxack again and fifteen engines
are standing idle.
New Y'ork' city that is rapidly dis
appearing, if not already practically
extant, is the grimy little boot
black of former times.
"IT may be said usually of the i lookipS readily in the eye of the
happiest of them all that before fatare with the intention of charm
they are married he follows her ; " u her DeaQty that it may
around, and after they are married
she follows him around.''
MA GOOD way to win elections"
says the St. Louis Globe Democrat,
"is to deserve to win." It is the
best way, but it would effectually
rule oat the Republicans
New York and southern capi
talists are reported to be interested
in a project to buy up property in
to exDend '
Sheffield, Ala, and
$3,000,000 there on in improve
ment". Heretofore Texas has had a
monopoly of centipedes, but several
hare been found in North Carolina
lately. North Carolina haa treas-
uree enough of her own without j
robbing Texas. 1
, . .. . , . , !
THB fact that Mr. Rogers is sick
. . . . , r 1 1 i
and not able to take the field-
. w i-,. , !
uuub bv tn a m c c i cij ncuiwiat 1 11
the District his friend and repre
sentative. Up Democrats and
work and talk for your cause.
Hon. J. M.Norwood, ex United
State Senator Irom Georgia, is
opposing Gordon. He addressed a
letter to John Boycott Gordon, but
the people have declined to boy
cott the General.
It is gratifying to learn that the
London prize fight which was to
hiT fYinriA nfT last Mnnriav nicht.
j v it r 1 seeking the Presidential nomina
was prevented by the arrest of the , , . . x
principals McAnliff, of California
and Slavin of Australia.
"A RESOLUTION has passed the
House expunging from the Record
the anooch nf Mr. Kennedy, of:
Ohio, attacking the Senate." The ' 000.000, which has been in litiga
Record may be expunged, but the tion for fourteen years, was decided
words of Kennedy go marching
Tyre Atlinta f -nif i t n t i nn kavk:
the proposed enlargement of tbe can Part? Wl11 come out-possibly
White House is a queer idea when th won!c Ket red and wl11
you consider the fact that it will " uave the blIls to Pa
hold more than tweuty thousand As throwing some light on the
men no bigger than Benjamin present "unpleasantness" between
Harrison. Gordon and Norwood, it may be
General Roger A. Pevor w11 to remember that some years
has been tendered by Governor K Norwood was an Independent
Hill, of New York, the appoint- candidate for Governor of Georgia
ment of Judge on the bench of the aain8t Colquitt, and Gordon con
Court of Common Pleas, to fill a tributed largely to Norwood's
vacancy created by the retirement overwhelming defeat,
of Judge Larremore. Reed is fiuitful of expedients.
It seems impossible tor the Tte other day when the Democrats
fifty-first Congress to do a right were all absent to prevent a quo
thing unless it shall do it a wrong rum he had a photographer to
way. For axample, the Aldrich come in and take the picture,
plan of Reciprocity is coupled with The Democrats have been voting
a grant of unconstitutional and : in the negative, but that is a nega
imDroner power to the President tive in .hicb they can't be seen,
in order to put the Reciprocity in
operation. Free Trade is an awk.
ward thing for Protectionist hand
ling. Phil. Record.
THB truth is, the st ue of justice,
of fair play, ofconservati ve patriot
ism which the Democrats have
displayed have won for Democracy
a title to the regard and confidence
of the better classes of the North,
and by Ibis means we have con-
qaered their enmity, and changed
tbem into friends and co-laborers
in onr political work News aud
THAT is not a bad idea the
suggestion of a western contem-
porary to the effect that if the
Republioan striker who has been
photographing the empty benches Porter has succeeded in enumera
on the Democratic side of the ting the still half dead towns, but
House hiishes to get a picture of the live active ones he can't count.
an ashing void sure enough he
turn his camera on the Federal
Treasury, depleted almost to
(exhaustion ty Republican extrava
TOE 5?ew York Central Railroad
Company ia indelibly entorcing its
determination ntt to receive into
its employment again the men who
joined in tbe strike. This looks
much like revenge. If this stand
can be justified with respect to the
! leaders in the strike, it cannot be
M to the hundreds who quietly
left work and went to their homes
and axe chargeable with no out-
.. . -
rages, oisoraer, or interierences
IlIK b.inUrnptcy bill will gn o -er
until ntxt sfs-ion.
The Troitlent is once more in
Washington. Just so. Accidents
TURKS hundred houses were
1 burned in the village of Rath,
Switzei land on Monday and their
1 te occupant are homeless.
Patterson's election, Governor
ot Pennsylvania, is confidently ex
pected. Ingalls canvass of the
State is said to have made many
converts to the Democracy.
It is reported that John Robin-
son's circus is heading towards
Raleigh. It is supposed to be aftpr
the fellow who can turn half dozeo
summerset before landing.
We do uot credit the report that
General Gordon recently came
! near fighting a duel. lie is a very
' brave man, and dares to carry bis
I .... . ..-
' re"S10n lnt0 everytning ne aoes.
The Atlanta Constitution tried
to interview Gordon as to what his
wonsd oe, int ne eimpiy
I shall be content to leave
the people of Georgia to reply to
Mr. Norwood's letter."
New Berne is not ashamed of
the past or the present, bnt she is
bring her prosperity and g'ory
Senator Aldrich and Repre
sentative AIcKinley, replying to
inquiries state that it is their opin
ion the tariff bill will be disposed
of th'"s week, and that Congress
will be ready to adjourn about
' THE farmer cultivates the earth,
bat the political candidates are all
cultivating the farmer just now."
It won t do. .Farmers are not cao- ;
bages, bat even cabbages wont
thrive it they are only cultivated
ust before harvest.
Ireland presents a very hard
problem. She is threatened with
lamine. irienas 01 tne rngnsn
Government say it is because the
people are in constant revolt and
. . ,
don t work. The advocates of
, . . ,
Home Rule say it is because of the
m . 1 f 1 - 1 I
i oppression of England.
Evangelist Fife began a series
of meetings in Morganton Sunday.
He is preaching in A. L. Butt's
tent, to which a frame addition
for the choir has been annexed.
Crowds are going to hear Mr. Fife,
and there were 72 conversions on
'The news from Maine is that
the issue is fairly joined between
Blaine and Reed and both are
tion. If forced to a choice between
them we would take Blaine, but
the worst Democrat in the country
is preferable to either of them.
A sv it in New York for $30
a lew tiays ago Hj a veiuiui iui
s;x cents in favor of the claimants."
That is about the way the Republi-
and yet appear badly.
Tiie speech of Mr. lteed at
Philadelphia was no doubt intended
to be playfnl and jocular. Really
it was a monumental exhibition of
impudence and tffrontery. lie
and his associates have stoltn Mr.
Yenable's 6eat. He gloats over
his crime and demands the ap-
plause of the multitude. He either
does not see or is indifferent that
honest men look npon him as a
rogue in politics.
i o t ,;,i
tiuugc w ui.uu
lue 9tory p tue farmers wife and
the old sow and pigs. She said,
she could connt all the pigs but
one, and he kept running about so
she couldn't get him counted,
If Porter can get a rest and take
de.id aim at a fellow asleep he ia
f-nre to get him. ; Qct.
Ukprkkkntative Tillman, of!'.
South Carolina, a brother of Gov. ; tn-
Tillman that if to be, ia rough on
the man who
started the Sab
Ile eaya he waa "a
dreamer, a speculator and a scor-
vey politician." He futher says
he will not vote lor it because it
"is erode, impracticable,' unconsti
tutional and Republican." He
says if adopted it will prove "a
bridge to carry the Democratic
party over, horse, foot and dra-
.i , i , , . .
goon, to tne itepuoucan camp. '
THE POLITIC vL SUUt1I)N.
T!ie irnnprrtl nolitical situation
neither satisfactory nor ei courag
i ing. If we look at Washington we
! see a President devoted to party
and committed to the most radical
measures of that party. If we look
to Oougress we see a heroic baud
of patriots and statesmen, under the
leadership of Vance in tlie Senate
and Crisp In the llouser wtruggling
to preserve the Constitution of the
conutry and the liberties of the
people; bnt they are ia a minority
j and liable at any moment to be
overwhelmed by the tyrannical and
oppressive majority. The taiiAr
bill was delayed in the Senate and
the House by the obstructive tact ics
of the Democratio leaders, but its
final passage cannot be prevented.
The force bill has been forced back,
but will come forward with renewed
energy unless the fall elections re
suit in an overwhelming D mocratic
Until quite rtceutl.v we were con
fident of Democratic success
throughout the Union. We are
confident now that the Democratic
party wonld triumph in a single
band contest with the Republican
party, but the solution of the po
litical problem is complicated by
new factors whose powers no man
has calculated or is capable of
Who can tell, for instance, what
influence the Knigbts of Labor sre
to exeit upon political affairs! If
.. . . , .
this cannot be ascertained, how can
we estimate the stronger and more
nofpnti! influence of the Farmers' Ir- Davis on this founda ' Louisiana Lottery as to compass the de
potentiai innaences or tne farmers ... feat of the invincible Sutt..o. Thre
Alliance 1 It jost can't be doue : tl0u. builds a monument to his ; fore let friend BlSer ti,be ;.,, ,. lf , :, t
and a mnar tro forward to t he 'people Of indisputable facts in Which i ' umbrageous perecnui cf n. !
discharge of our duties wit u leartui
portents all around us.
To oar minds the present appears
the supreme crisis in the history ot
the nation and the people of tbese
States. Nullification was a dan
gerous expedient, but it was a
political absurdity. It was a bubble
that burst as soon as it was pricked.
Secession itself with a sea of
blood and desert of desolation was
a desperate effort to preserve the ;
Constitution and perpetuate the
blessings it was intended to secure
to as and our children.
The present agitation is to over
throw the Constitution, sweepaway
the rights of the States, and upon
the rains of the Republic erect a
consolidated government It is !
folly to deceive ourselves. The
Democratic party is the last fortress !
. . , , t. !
and defense of the Constitution,
: -.,k liKnv- I
ana w urn il in tstri i n i tr n n itirt l i t
The genius of Satan wasmot
signally displayed when he
marshaled his rebellions hosts on
tha haftlomonrja nfliAftvpn and the
malienant suirit of discontent '
achieved its greatest trinmpl. when
it insidiously crept into the bosi m
of brave men and whispered the
., ,. . . , ,
Vile lie that fidelity to themselves,
their wives and their children, re
quired the enactment of laws in
violation of the Constitution of
their country !
The abrogation of
the snnreme law is the obliteration
nf all la. anrf .he inAritabl nr. i
vt c ft a a is 1 ceu a 4a. ' y v - - -
lade to anarchy.
When a respectable body of citi-
zens denv the sanotitv of the Con-1
stitution, they invite communism
and all the horrors of a bloody
It is folly to deny it, North Caro
lina is in danger, lc matters not
what agency accomplishes it, the
overthrow of the Constitution is
the ruin ot her people.
irnn mun rf KTrtV, Cmilina
should stand by the Democratic and three brigades ol intantry. lo mis8ion t0 poiltH Ut,,w, The p. per'
flag and carry it to victory. The tuot!i in fes of emergency, tbe ! oontained an advertissm.:.;t t.f , M-xi-.
, , clerks and artisans in the depart I can lottery, but wat. en; . . . xpr-. .- j.
l"ulul'u tuiuv.atj .ti..u
domestic security, material pros-'
perity, and the
will throw over us the shadow of
coming evil, huge enough to darken
this lair land. Democrats, patriots,
forward into line, and
"Strike for your altars and your tires;
Strike for the green graves of your sires,
Qod and your native land !"
Soon there will be no profession
or trade left as a proud man's very ,
own. Women have snccessfully
mastered laming, doctoring, tne
law, telegraphy and many other
pursuits, and now an Qhio woman
has beeun work on railroad build
ing contracts. A female captain
cruises along the Atlantic coast in
a neat ecuoouei 01 uei uu, auu t
steamboat on the
possesses a woman
News and Observer.
Hon. H. A. Gudgeb. will ad
dress the people on the issue of the
campaign at the following times
and places: Trenton, Tuesday,
30th. Kinston, Wednesday,
1st. Snow Hill, Thursday,
2nd. Goldsboro, Friday, Oct.
Raleigh, Saturday, October
M. Gladstone estimates that
I a century hence the population of
the United States will be COQ.OOO.
0." Jf anybody is afraid of being
crowded be had better move.
WE learn from the Wilmington
the corn crop is
I estimated to be GOO. 000. 000 bushels
short as compared with the crop of
1889. The wheat crop is put at
AAn rtty L I. I i . ,,.., . .
jwi,w,uw uunueu ouum uuu onto
i at 225,000,000 buBhels short.
A Mmrt III tory oT the Conff derate
is s "f Amorlca, by Jeff Davis.
- T.'iis ex :e
lent work is j'K.t from
th- New Y.)l k Heboid
'I1' pres ol
I; does not, .it tir.st sight, e in
to answer to the designation, "a
.short his'ory ;" but when examined,
and the size !' the book is con
trasted with ,!-., amount of matter
it contains, ilo- name c,easen to
appear mappropi iate. It in
valiiiible addition 10
and r.iture of the
M r. Davis' tiest st lc.
The woik is arranged in three
parts : Part 1 JJelore Secession,
and part Secession and Con
-are remaikably strong,
concise: while nart
ar ami concise; wtnie
.1 .1 .
the war-is presented as it appears ;
in the llglit of lli.itorj to the eye Of:
a t-,iom,n u.,i.i,r k,ii.; '
n niu l tuiiiu , nuiuiri nun liui uru ' I
The introduction begins with
thee terse sentences :
"The vindication of the Southern
States tor their Ordinances of
Secession in 1 SU I involves two con-1
siderations. namely : their rightful
power to withdraw from the Union
; into which they had entered
voluutary compact : and the causes
that justified the exercise o! that
'In treating this question iuits.
two-fold aspect, the legal and the
TTiftiral it i u nnf i n tnn H nH tr tt o v t in i
. i i - -
weary ear by adducing time worn
arguments; but, believing the case
to be one which must be adjusted
final'v bv historical facts, the can
reader is asked, without favor
,- i j
or prejudice, to make a decision on
, tne unquestionable record."
1 . .itif.Jhonie and
"I'l1"' iuiojcciwinuuu. ttun
a time the Constitution was ratified
by eleven- States, and the 'more
perfect Union' was organized,
leaving two States North Caro
lina ami Rhode Island sole repre
senratives of the Confederation
which had raised the colonics to
statehood and independence.
The position of these two States
that the SOV- j
. . , - . t -i . , ,
ereiguty ot each State was an ad-1
mitred laet, alltl that- it was a !
I voluntary compact to whicn their
assent was requested and from
I which it was withheld."
"The power of the S ate, in
whole or in part, to withdraw from
the Union of the Confederation, in
1787, has been conceded by the
succeeding generations, and the
cause which led to the act have, iu
manner, been admitted to be
an all sufficient justification.''
, , ,
"And this fact snggests tbe en
i - , , . . .
'l,1".- "lu ini-oinCT,u) if "'"'I'
tion of t he new torra of govern ui en t,
deprive themselves of that power t
if not did th e, e ;xit in 1801,
jn-tifiable came for its exercise f j
icLei milling itiriuer reiei euce
to ' lle lirKt 911,1 -ecoml paiH, we
(ome t0 lhe ,lmd part the war
., 11., 1, . i
'""L"l"s r "' luc u","","w ,ulc,rt"'' ,
i ij it to North Carolinians
'" 10 ; ' lUK- ;
liiusira. ive ii tne hook ami inierest-
- iuuei, iu tne meauuiue, whs j
ordered, with the force ot his de i
partment a none 120,000 re en-
forced bv Gilmers division of
10,000, to move up to Citv Point,
thre intrench, and concentrate :
a11 UI8 tr00 lMy possible.
Irom this base lie was to operate :
so as to destrov the railroad con
nectious letween Richmond and .
( )u the 7th of May, he 1
rei grapueti mat ne nau Mestroyeo
many miles ot railroad, and got a,
position which, with proper sup-;
plies, he could hold against the,
whole ol Lee's army.'
"Atj this timeGeneral Ribert
Ransom was in command at Rich-,
mond, including Drurv's Bluff. ,
His force for the defence of both 1
places COUS;Sted Ot the men serving '
i liu nhnnrr nrKu.iv nrt.lUr- I
. t .
en.s and manntacfoniis ff(,rf.
organized, to be called out as an ,
-- r , iir it. I
auiinaij 101 ce w ueu neeoeti lor me
ueionce 01 trie capital, it was
witu r n i riein torce that Ransom I
moved on Butler, and drove him j
from the railroad, the destruction
he hnd so vauntingly
This exploit, of General Robert
Ransom, was one of the most
brilliant of the w-r, aud reflected
mucli credit on his beloved Caro-
This, the last work of Mr. Davis
8hould 5e in
every library in the
Tuk ltepublican8 in Congress
having been badly whipped under
rules designed to forward party
ieKi'Hiauon, Air. Aioore 01 iew
iiampsuire on .ionaay introduced
a resolution in tbe House instruct-
ing tbe committee on Rules to re-
purt the lollowing rule. "Contempt
r , , ,
of the honse: When the call of
the llouse disclo.-es the presence
of a quorum, anv member absent-
int himself nn Ihe sneeeptlinD- mil
nr., c i
call for the purpose of breaking a
quorum, shall be arraigned at the
barof the Llouse, and forfeit tbe
sum uot exceeding $500. The reso
lution was referred to the commit-
ee on rules "
the whipping post says: Delaware
whips men at the post for certain
olfenses, and is therefore barbar-
cms. At tbe same time, comparing
populations, she has only one third
of the small crimes of any other
State in the union. Her jails do
not cost one dollar where other
t". i - i i :.iii
otates pay ten, aim n, is tne same :
with her courts.
IX AND A!:(1 Mi K !.!(:,
C iTT'iX OKI I S, POLITICS.
VVI iT. grr.1t iv.v ri bt
the hins of the tiun s are cl nt,ly ob
worvi .i This is eepecm.ly tru of be
cotton producers of tb i o - nt;y. who.
Ibis aeirnon, h;ive rdiK.d rr.ore culion
than they CdO bou.Sr. ciy ;gu cf
;air wt ailier ia poiutei; to a nk cxuilu
norjH o( joy and dellt'ht
1 he IruuaitrtH munqui'.o in uliusually
numerous thu- i-umnif; uii.i luvts it,:
li iVur of the iut,: io -ii. Out like ih -
bite Kepuoi tuit-tnl IHoe bold r
Ilourinhes on ti. h o.i ot n.t o-xf
Politic, m tin- - cuij. nr. Kettiriv'
hotter una uiort i .. I.. if-iHiu
POrtlOLcf ' :f I he !-OU U' . : :..if li
CODfusioo Usvp ,-.: tuiiijf- .-irnoi.!
Allidbt ' t .it-ii tircau - : c rmia i..ili
inalKso. Tne Pintb:i!.-i.s ntta -..'ine .
their neigtiDors are '.. nn .n -
ri0UBl7 at the defeat of vv b. .Nuimanu
the nomination of E. H. Pittmtiu for
IT-, Ti. l
Ibr-KlBCTtVl. A-'VU D . kill . 1 L blii B 11 Ulin
tb JetIer80Illan meaBlitl ,or omoi.
pewitiou, beioic "hoLe-r uod cupnblH, '
and bis defeat now, under the ciroutn-
T r i m f , x... i .
L . .
be a )ulituul calumny
to his party. Opposition to him pievauj
to such an eiU'iii as to iujuch Berj
Sutton, a foroibr R-puOii 'kii treaearei
of Lenoir county, to Ccclrf hiaiHt-ii :iti
independent candidate ana'nbt I'lumm,
for Register. It is beiiev i-.i , n .vt vei .
that Mr. Sutton in ibis move in Vprmu-
ing nis outter oil too u. ut,u orea.i ior
I realizing the imm;n,ut tr
evervinilant Capiain i rmutn-t , n-.ij--man
of the Democratic fc xecuuvo Uoui
mittee of Lenoir ciun; ;.t tiuon
out the life line, aini a;--.- -, a.s
satiefied have oeizd bold ol it. niid tbut
Mr. Fittman will be pulled uiuajpbant-
ly through the contest.
w. ivioyon iciKer, me eueceflHiui
farmer of trie aaraiy nowing South
VV t)V, I LIlUtlalllJItlK U.UIODII I i UlU f VCIY
; houge l0J an inaependent Alliance car.,
! ,injate for Sheriff in opposition to J.
D Sutton, the present Su- rifl ud rt-gu-
lr candidate for re-election. Kmyi.i,
-Glares h feels the ty of v.cu.rj in
: bis "bloou and bones ; but it really
looka lil!tJ he mi(?ht BB wel, attempt or
! hope to draw the capital prize m the
iu sweet ccmrBUii :t
hw environment, conter.; m'v Kb
'Cottoo in the bi.
Money in tne
Baby iu the crsole.
Pretty wife to rock n
The "dry rot" is wearing out tht
"Grand Old Party" in this locality.
Tbe party organization is virtually in
the hands of Fedtral office holders w ho ;
nfither desire tor expect county or
Siate success. They kttp up :l.e:r ;.:v-r
functory organization, thdt they my
be looked upon, ia VashiD.irton, -leaders
of the party end thus receive
offioial reoogniticn and favor. Thy
11 it V o in it tut touoi y iitiicu oty iai tit7t
oul a c0nty tlcet Tie partJI, iu tblB
locality, under the present leaders, has ,
reached the condition of jelly-lish slo
eery and is wholly without mental or
mm.. I hapbhnna In ! r'uw venrfl if l.he
present leaders ehculJ be continued. M1' ' .. T . ' ' " ' n
little Obadiah Parker will in the order , '0-S Sr '
of natural evolution take coicmand ol :
the organic ition. He is in full eight' cttj-c: Tenr... Sept. H'.l At
now of the bad eminence. "What al11 o'clock last L.ht the boiler of an.
fall, my countrymen!" J engine "t'.sch :d i-. ,-. '-o.-nbK trt.it on the
Tbe iron horse of tne Kiuston and East TsnnepH s VirpiDia ' Georgia
Halifax branch of the Wilmington and i rai'roaa expioaed at Sherman Heights.
Weldon railroad came into Kinston fivt- -'unea irom oere. Ihe enKineei
1 l.st Tuesday and ran dd the track of
& N. C. Railroad to the water j
I tank and took in a supply of temper
- - --i
ance liquid to carry him Li.'.ck to
Greenville. Ho this road is 'jracucally
finiehed to Kinston.
A report is in circulation here that
KinFet0B to Moreheaa. leaving the sec-
tioa rrom ivinsion io woiasDoro in tne
haLds of the present management or
with any "other fellows." That in
deed would bean inglorious ' gobbling
up of the old mullet. At such a
consummation. -'ol. Whiiford might
honestly ehed "copious Kuahin tears
over tbe spoliation of the enterprise of
hie gen-us, his nerPy, his patriot-
inD1 and his youth. For to hire more
than to any other miu 19 due the eon-
ception and the buniiinn
f '. 11- tv. (V
N. C. Railroad, and if hi.- coof-se!- had
prevailed, there would n- ,h
c ! 1 1- t' roe, a
K.-v Pt " - - ' ' . , ... . . . .s
btaa to the Father of Wittern.
Cotton is comine in oriskiv. Jute
haggiDg is almost exclu.-iv ly used ibis
fall. No cottun
V. ti- 1 1 -1 (-
tin ring . I-i-
" o7B" t ' 7, Ti
1 , ... .
; 1 1
iDK. the we.d has uot
back and hence i ;
w r-j: 1
THE 1 OTTFIl V t AS:
1'OSOAL AUIIIORITIES .'.
SE1ZS 1UE ISSUE OF TH!
Birmingham, Ala. S-pretn'..er
The postal authorities at Montgomery
this morning seized the Age-Heralds '
bcubi ii k 1 1 ' lu nu uri i 1 .in nn 1 11 1 1 1 1 r
cni- l u f t-fi an K. r i 'n , . ,.,.4 - .
maocommoa.ii n tram Mi- !u
dUbuui Hire licit- 11. dt it,
di8Contlcue Hli ijttrry
iaw went into . if. ot b
t Hie : ! lilt e '. f
Ke prtr lit o.-
at 1 jorcii' ry
had received no none
ton' Bnd sending
u1a.,la, UDtil the seizure
mm mormog. ji
Herald will contain no mure lottery
ad vortisementa, either in mail or ;r
Fatal Exploskn at 'mr-.-::i, bu
laud -The FiootN in i rnnce.
London, Sept. 24.- .ir. - - r. .v.
curred today on the .-t.-ai.i r i.i.doru.
at the Armstrong sbipyarn Necao'le.
Twelve persons employed aho: t the
! steamer were so badly rcfsbied by the
I escaping steam that they v. i;i ijp
I Paris, Sept. 24. Furti ;.. r:?-
to the damage by he il xi.ir -e - .r,:
'received. Tne town of At?r- -cy. in
! .nounVn? count rv
Of---- e. ;r.-.l tlie
hit,- v-i'i irnn-
! dated by the overtio w from tn-: ' a nee
andDeanme rivers nnri -h.
rivers, and the .j,-, naze
j and bridges swept away, sh the rail
ways are daaruged to such an ex'pet ?.e
to make them impassable. The ilnode
have been accompanied by Iopf of iif
1 In ADnonay a manufacturer at i eeve
ral women were killed. Th? wat-.-r.s
, are Btji riing.
New York Ledtrer.
inewew xoxt i.eager tor October 4
i is a mine of interesting fact and fiction
) regarding the South.' both the New
South and the Old. It lead? off with a
i a'".? ".r ?eVl'
j , j.iu. v. tii tiuti (jtiiut,
written by Oliver JJyer. id which the
effect on the New South of Grady s life-
work is luminously explained . A crisp
editorial on "The Marvelous R vival of
Prosperity in the South" tells its own
tale. The Old South is pictured in the
opening installment of a Kentucky war
story entitled "Reunited," the pen
product of a distinguished Southern
officer, Ia ' For Isabel. '! Maurice
Thompson gives a vignette of ante bel
lum life in Louisiana. J trees Parton
tells the story of Civ ar Eodney of Del
aware. An illustrated ballad bv
Thomas Dunn English and a story by
Amelia E. Barr are published in
tbe 'BAm number.
Rolan Baking Powder.
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hour i tiii'
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to V. 11
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'.'On t- b f - .
1 .- K"'C-u;iy 'VvOi.eo tt
dike collapsed and the
"r? "f l!'jrr.d. Houses
"6 I ;-' tne writers and
?i-ce throughout the
rtt;ed i'hrt p-rsoap
a J v -.es.l 01 '&ri
o( Tlio ctaJa;ry
itb il-' istandia-; c;-opi,
uA.iL'. Ti i Xoussac
iv'iioycd, aud 1 iilrcad
ji.". -CtL iitcppt -J..
AO D1S STKPS
;!1UQ iremn -ve1 e Mown to atoms, and
1 oraueman was severely injured .
,V- .; o.IP, T.-?u-S-?'
Dtantyti. jl t-w-a urtjt (ii,-ie e Wilt' ftlll-
road, a locai freight train ran int0
another fieiijt vraij yesie-rtlay. killing
Jarr es Siiiiiio. A celerata sumrnoned
a v; n-ct-kiii .rain t'roai Ccnallsville, j
but it wao not, lUgged in time and ran 1
into the wreck, inuring three men.
Schenectady:, N. Y., Sept. 33. A j
coUit-ir.n b?twen f,-.oi irhtca on the
New York Centra! occurred hre toJay,
wreckin.-r ten car and the engine, caus
ing slo.OO''1 damage.
Sluiin trs! U-A '!!"',- Arrest: tl.
'. 2-jt. It ia reported that
Sl:f n "'A-illfTe, prinojp.ls in a
prize bfr'.t f, hieh vse to hve taken
Dlae jin'. 'be ausricen of ihe Ormond
Club, h .i e. )cb .rres:tid. MeAuJiffe
wa rfr.-j- t. ' i.ii !,sg:cK in '.hia r.ity.
SUvia 'a tif i;rr ftei and piaced in cus
toe .. v- ' u'.rTf. t'pon his orrirsl
Rt the - atatioa. Mn7ia entered a
cat- iC : . :.iPd i&tely placed under
rr'?:. u oonveve-J q'lietly to
!,sn;f:.j -!.. :i :i ; . ,,-.:.fi- both
;l.- . : ..'fKii'i.Tii ,i.e3 ; OU.el
. . -i r -J. - Vha An:i
' ' - e - j eit'd today,
e. . . t ' v... n-ei: '.!,' cele
-. (-: -of. ti. i:.-' Hritiu
y ; : ' i ; -v i.r ri: . ile
- r .; ,:,.;...,- . ui: .'(-l:flion
ol ;iVjiii;.r Afric.t, and
'bri-iir n misA:;n-.r:t s iculd
1 1 i'.ire ! .t- .. d th.- ron-
B." ."He" :-!l B tr'.Uttrttiet!!
. t . : e 1 j defe
i. -.re: r.
x . inrap.
n . e: . : i-i
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.i of en
ri f ter
Joi-f ph ti',
ploy in M.
ItHliX - ;e
t : -. :-- :
i ne i.ntfitt
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F. r v i n e f
r. I '
'- - ere- r.!i:- re me
i;' i.th -orrimf-r.t
.,rn . Wheelers
, L Im . and
!; been nuoted
. i.r t:-: 7i
i HOI. ARKS
; in-, t t-;; ur
-.'I.t: ' H! a . s i
; i. . c- :." S '.' - -ix .'is
tinct elK-t .' e.i .Lu'ir.ke are it-ported
as ocourrit'C (b:;.:t o'clock this
morning. The la.i pl.ock w
tor noiii It ii rnin'ite n m I
parieC the fhecks. which appeared to
rome from the sou'h
'Ihe Anti-Lottery Law.
, Om uan , Sept. -JS.-Tbe anti-
XjOtter-7 oil: fuses 0 oy congress nas naa
won,i?rl '.' , O'eet en the New Orleans
postoliiDe an u euM .cs has deoreased
so that a lar;e r j !urtion in force has
bocctne necessary .
Aspinvi all leiii Destroyed by lire.
Galveston, Tex., Sept. 28. Panama
advices? state that Aspinwall is being
destroyed by fire, and that a lrge part
of the town ha? succumbed
A Polieeiuan's t-ircat Luck.
DostoN. Sept. i Sr,Tiui! ipocner.
a policeman, has received notice that be
has fallen heir to property m London
valued at 52 500 000.
v'. ' S. ... .
tVCOMOMi Wealth, Health. Htatl of
Uolan Baking Powder.
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.i-'f "f . hair,
ab?eno! ' !
.ve ;:.-ri' i I le.
:i.i.iv i Vt-
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e f;eld impOHPH
,'onnry oth e-
: it porisiolc to t, e: stnr.nte the
: n '."A tnin a if it 1 lei.ioc f rtiic ! , --jz 1 1 1 ( ure
m tii Srate f North t 'a.-cliot, - s 1.0
-.'.in cor.i.-i-ive '. ft wc. coiiiliiiot. :,f
ftrfiiir.-i thin w"ukl be ourn 10 thr-e
- istern rountien .f t-e- trpr"erln ne
l.'-K-'l.iture fsi't lo be ' :. -ritti.;'- t.
rca deplorable will be lite situati: 11 cf
our people if our cour.ry 1 th rt- (in -ti
the hands of the Ttepublioars.
L'ir.b at Craven county, and see the
: ti III..:, h.tvt- be. -n e , .i-, ' In i.t
-.i;-.-ijiiin . ! il. P, rr I 'r tl .-.':--
'..- I J. Hard iron for the lioust
. ,--),.-k tit V'i P Lit;, t - :;lri'j H.'ule '
f.r Sher-.l! J '" M.d.i'e '.. 1 e.a-: I i h'. -I't
Ke,-irter W. . W ,t-!i. our nunii- J
1 f f-r CUri, : T iuiiH 1 lan:-U 01. r '.
Bju irri- !ci ,rr-H: 'in-' r- " Htig',
O'l' CH'li'.llllttp feU ij'.-i inr. 'IP.' V Tl
5' 1 re b s .' , Our reu-i ne- ' r Smv .,:
'aa better cion he four, :': Mt net m
tbid proud land. Tiien let t:n v e.ri; fcr
their electior. Novf ',e dh, the
nijt'sf come'.h '.v which r,t 11. n run .
work. 'low near tbdt te.hi. rn-.iy Si no!
iiuti can tell. Duty, 0 j'y to - if ar.d
country cinnot brook lender eeUv.
To tire fleld. to 'he Meld, pvut- rvcn ' ,
Sale of the Stirasou Lurube'- M;l:s
This fine property, ronswtin? o? '.m
lpr," pow millp. dry liitr.c, -t- , to
g?th?r with four or .ivt :li whsi. J seres
ot tandlOg timber, has Deen sold for
1.1 OCX) to s ooropary oonsistiog of Mr. j
R. Fjlaome, or Boston Mass.; Mr.
Sair'lC. H:iirs;Iton, ir.. cf Wakefield.!
ifass., end Y.r. J C. fJcodv-ir, of Bidde- j
foi-vJ, Maiuo, who il. imo.cdijteiy en- 1
large the mills and conduct tne husi- I
nees on a much more extensive cale .
thic formerly under .h? nvie of The ,
Stiinson Lumber Company. ;
The lumber will be under oovrr ftm 1
t'me the log goep to the saw until
tbe "mehe-? article ih on board the cart
or yessels fjr transportation north.
They are now laying new track for
moviDg it and building an additional
? u .u -i
sh,1J 140 feet, to which the railroad
haa agreed to run a side track, so that
' the lumber can bi loaded directly oo
! the cars.
I Tbe gentlemen who have mao the
purchase are all men of splendid burli
ness qualifications. Mr. Ssm. 1 . Qam-
, ilton, jr., is the treasurer and manager.
He has had wide experience in tbe
lumber business in Wakefield, and it is
under his skilled guidance that the rtd
ditiens and other improvements are
now being made. His intention is to
make New Brrne his home, move hie
family here in Jinu-iry and erect a
Jir Goodwin is the retis'ri-r of :Le
Biddtford National Bank, end Mr. Fol
sorrie is cn of Hoton"e laryp enpi'ilits
SEi a stirring, ectorprining, progressive
man. He has had much to do with de
veloping Southern Ibikota. acd uhen
ht gets hi? attention fairly turned tlnr
way we hope for big results, for he goeo
at what ho undertakes wiih a vim. He
has already beguu to move in the mat
ter by showing to a Boston box fnetory
the superior inducements New Berne
offers and the benefits they n u!d de
rive by removing their plant here.
We hope that he- will succeed in ge(
ting not only that factory but many
others of various kinds to locate here
A plenty of diversified rr.anuf e'.cturirjg
industries is the main thing that New
: Berne needs, and we rejoice to cee any
n.ovp to develop h?r latent resource
These enterprising gentlemen will find
a hearty welcome to our rx.iddt ami may
many others rapidly follow them.
at N . (.'. At-ririil-.il'
periinein Sta ieii
SVe hfiVt d- voted er isl !tiei-.i ion to
,;. v,ts of North Car t'i''t i-rs '
t )w Station by lepttng tu-s- 3on forty
varieties of tomato. foitj nneties f-l
garden peax, over fifty varieties of eab
ouge, forty varieties of iri-h p-:tntcer
and tiitvuu varmtifs of st"'l pt-ttoes. i
The effort is to save truckers the ex
pense of testing these net. jrins for
temHelves r.nd to furnish liu.-n tith
accurate informatiun v to tie .:, :: ; :tr
tive vn'ue ef ail tew .on-rr. Tl..s
year we are growing irai;y thi: r;:t- old
and well worn, he a rneni-s of compari- ,
son for the new ones in the shroe soil.
Hereafter we will grow er:iy the new
ones as they appear annually. Wo w ill
work also in the lit e of improvurr.er.t
ourselves, and endeavor to produce
varieties specially adapted to the needs
of cur growers. We want to put our- '
selvis and our work in clone connection
with every worker it: the Stae. r.r d
earnestly request North Carolina farm
ers to correspond freely with us on
ftlCS: lUi fell ft ; cl
i - J ' ! 1 ), h -
,s not over every subject which affects our inter
in accom- ; ests. We want our farmers, fruit grow !
ers and truckers to feel that the Station
is working for tbem and trj ing to serve
their interests, and that we are at all .
times, either by mail or in person, ready !
to render all the help no can. W. F.
The preath of a chronic calairh pa
tient is often so offensive that he be
comes an object of disgust. After a
time ulceration sets in. the spongy
bones are attacked and frequently en
tirely destroyed. A constant source of
discomfort is tbe dripping of the puru- I
lent secretions into the throat, some- :
times producing inveterate bronchitis, :
which in its turn has been the exciting
cause of pulmonary disease. The bril-
liant results which have attended its
use for years past properly designate
Ely's Cream Balm as by far the best!
and only cure.
11 ELIOION Bible, Testament. Testi
a- mony, met,
liolan Baking Powder.
o;v IS ENJOYS
Both t: c i "thoi pr l rtiTs when
"v nij, ,,f jV'fr8 ia taken; it is pleasant
'1.1. 1 ; t'resniiior to (ho tapte. and Bts
-"-1 'i.v yet promptly on tae Kidueyb,
Liver and J?cwds, cleanses the sys
. -.. e!',.( 1 (,:.- -i;?pe. -0H-. hi-
1 ! e- ;;ti 1 ieeis and eiiren liauitlihl
.constipation: Syrup of Figs is the
ior.ly i,!.i(!y of its kiud ever pro
iiued, pleasing to the taste and ac
"o:tal.k to the stomach, prompt in
act . ii'id truly beneficial 111 iti
rtH-efj, prepared onlv from the most
iieiil t an.l i greab:e substances, its
iiany excellent qualities commend it
to nil and have made it the most
jiopelar ;eine!y known.
Syrup ul' Fip i for Bale in 50c
and ol b'litics by all leading drug-ure--
Any reliable druggist who
May not. have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
.vi.-iteb to irv it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
S' riANCI&CO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE, AK. HIM YORK. H.V :
Allay, I'alu and
Hli the Sorra.
StnH of Taate
TRY THE CUHE
A particle Is applied into each noatriraad
Is agreeanla. Prina f)0 rwota at UrasdatS) y
mall, registered. 6 ota. KI.Y BBOTHEKS.
fi W arren street. ew York aprl6dwly
I and Whisker Habtte
I cured at home with-
lout pain. Book nf raf.
tlculam sent FKEE.
I B.M WOOI.r.KV M II
FA(latuUt,Ui. Office My Whitehall St.
Tor Eorses, Cattle, Shsep, CogB, Eejs, .
300 Page Back Treataieat af Aalaiataa
and ( ban Heat Free,
crura i FeTer,Csnaraatlaaa,lBlaaiaaatlaa
A. A. i Hptsal Menlaa-ltla, Milk Va-rer.
H. K. Straina, Lanrnna, ItlMtBBMtlaaa.
. .-. Olntemper, Maaal IHacharsea
J. n.-Uota or ;rub. War nan.
K.F..4'oakrha, Heaves, Paeaaaaalau
F.F-Oolie or (rlsra, Bellratebo.
t ;.li. Mlxcarrlase, 11 etuarraaaaa.
11.11 I'rinary una Kidney Olaeaaeaw
I. I.lrQtlve Dlaraaoa, iHanae.
J . K...Uiseaaea of Oliioatlon, Faralrala.
Slnlt Il-ittlr- (over 50doae), - - .en
stable (tape, with flpedflm. ManoaL
V. Urinary Cure Oil and Modlcator, ST. OS
J ar Veterinary Care OH, l.SS
Sold by DmggiaU; or Sent Prepaid aarwkart
and in any quantity on Beoript of Price.
EUKtKEEIi' MEOIOIKE OO.,
Corner William and John Sta., Hew T ork
SPECIFIC No .60
Id use 30 roarm. Tha onlr amrrMwfr1 mmavtw insa
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness.
; and I'r ot ration, from orer-work ot other eaaaaa.
1 per niLor fi vials and large vial powder, for M
s iu- iiy PiriTrKHbTK, or wnt poatpald on MoaluaV
..r jr' t -.-HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO ,
Ccr. WLUaxn and John Sta, ST. X.
Al! f r.ur Verinary Preparations
cao be had of J V Jordan. Druggist,
N. W cor. Broad nd Middle straits,
WILLIAM H OLIVER.
NEWBERN, N. C.
s KiKK Insi'hance Com
i anv. of Hartford, Conn.
nr the larept capital, largest assets,
I.irgffi t-urplus. of any American Fire
i ivtin -km a ii Fikk Insurance
Company, of New York,
I lit' pse
?! 00(1000. Assets. 3f5 000,000.
oyer 524,000,000 of losses.
i i:: "i,-i i( n Union Firk ink.
('u.. nf Kngland.
r.e l ih - old jet. one of the strongest,
rc (f the lnrgest Fire Insurance Uoni-
:nrj ies id the world
Anulo Nkvada Firk Ins.
('.. of iS.in Francisco,
Thk Lancashire, of Mancbostor,
Capital. S10 000,000.
I'm: Fioklitv ami Casfaltv
Ins. Co., of New York.
Furnishes bonds of suretyship to bank,
railroad and telegraph office.
Tl.'K FlDKLI'lY and Ca.svalty
Ins. Co., of New York.
Issues Accident Policies covering acci
dents. Makink Ins. Co., of London,
Insures Cotton to and from any port in
the United States or to any port In
Amkrican Steam Boiler
Co., of New York,
Insures boilers from explosions.
Connecticut Mutual Lifb Ins.
(. ()., or liartlord, COnn.
Eou&l and exact iustice to all its policy
holders are characteristics of tall old,
VAI 111 LTTl "H 01lV8r
Krick building, noatn r ront street,
Formerly occupied by Green, Foy ft Oo.
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