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i: $1.00 Per Year
Single Copies, 5 Cents.
NEW BERN K. CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C. FEBRUARY s. 1894
JL lIbok lot of rnosK
IV. C- f.IAIS
That I am selling at
1S2 l--5 cts. per
ALSO TRY ASBL OF MY
? ''Best on Enrth"
.IT ONLr COSTS YOU
$4.50 PER BBL.
And there is nop,
V- To my CO U NT U Y 1 i i .
Tonlil say drive right in the
. " rear of my store, w ii.'i .
wUl find ST lil.ES l
s . -My prie3 are low, my dealings
tV--.rare juat give me a trial and I will
gnareatee satisfaction or refnnd
' T. Parker. .Ti.
'l:k - NO. 77 BROAD ST.
Wholesale and Retail
JVev Bei-ne. IV. O.
SEE 9 IRISH POTATOES
Ad for Sale Cheap.
Si, Hary's School:
, N. C.
-The Easter Term of tfae Fifty
, SSecond School Year will begin
"January 25th, 1894.
' Spcial attention pid ro Physi
eml Oaltttre and Byieue. Address
"iRBy. iS. SM EDES. A. M.
Tnre L Brilliant ! Perfect
- UD EfBRTWHEKE, A5D Es DOS ill
-.': " Whx.steu Uskd.
fk Mot Pplr Ghutet in the U. S.
'Itoy are daily worn in r- -nrmlj
WtM by the olid REPRESEN TA
TTVE II EN of this couotry. many of
. hM bIBK of National fme. The lmt
Mtbr-s Banker. Mrohn(, Lawmen.
OeMQOit, Senators. Forc-gn Minis tem,
ESt -BtflNENT IN ALL PROFES
SIONS AND TRADES
HrSICIAa RETOMMEND THSM.
'BUT BUT THE GENTINE.
. Than parfact Q laser are aocarateiy ad
1 - jaatod to all ya at tiit Dru Store of
F. S. DUFFY, ITew EernelT.C.
DR. G. & i3AGBY,
J -il. . a r
DR. J. D. CLA?.K,
IKW BKK1K. N. C.
Ofhea oa Oaves street mtwii Pollock 1
J H. BENTON. M.D.. D.D.S.
Prmotlea limited to
Opesatlve SL.d Mr-
flh.rl nm. I rAfl11at.rv
r-&siaz-r and Dantml Snrsrer.
' lf&i Teeth extracted
use oi j. i tru i ixu.
. he Ul of lentltry don"
y la t&e beet style, gatlataetloo sunr.ntwd.
, OtJle.orner of Kiddle s,r ei od Anders
- Alter, opposite Haottu ,
A T T O .C R T T L. K .
'Middle tret,Fir8t room above Farm-!
ex' & Merckant'n Rink I
-.Win vrsotleo la the Coantle of I raven
I krteret. Jones, Onslow and Pan; ileo.
a Ooart oftae Btate
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Heal Estate Asent.
JNew B-ie, N. C.
Comecfloni, New Y "rb
Boston and Canada.
Timber lands I
Do yon waut to bay T
Do yoa want to s il ?
VS, -- 1500 icrea, Trent Hond. 6 miles
- .Timber and Track: laud.
thisi in no year for Democrats to
There has been a pre it (ailing
1 iiffnr itiferml re -'.one receipts.
.T'lvt at the present time Gov.
Tdlru in seems
to be dealing in
j Daring t he month the Treasury hrs
losr 14,300 0X. The go d resene
jU-r Moii lay was down to fioo!)0.
Col, J. M: Heck, a most t-xoellenf
! on izen of 11 iU-iah, is at the, point
i of death in l'mUdelphia
' Mr Siley, the Pennsylvania
( 'on i?ressmaii. who resiened r fesri
ilis 'o liis withdrawn his res.
ItMIl, T' I- tllOUgtlt of ll-'lll'
uot ib the cold iras too ranch tor
A ith $160,000 000 a year in war
pensions!. i paj. th- Democratic
Administration cannot tu exprc'ed
to keen expenditures or taxes on a
A wonld-be Tiin lobtier in
South Dakota has hims If etit h
exuress in a 8tnffel buffilo -kin.
Theexprtss manager catches oa
and captures him.
Honduras troops are invad.ng ! The saw t he daDgers of t he situa-1 would have been admit'ed during
Nicaragna territory, near the lo- tion, and offered the leaderstiip ol the Harrior. nlministrarioti but
cahrj of thu Nicaragua canal, and -the party first to one and then to for the f.ie- fx i' they were I)e;no
t be Kearsage has been ordered to ' another of the men -vbo had led : eratie. Ifthis'is true, ..hi the
thr section to look after Amer -
tc.i.i interest!-. but neither of the old captains l-; , present U-nt..-s- sho i!. u-r hast-
j Dtm't call a man a liar. We have ike le idmg a to; lornhope. It was ! rate t; admit th-tn into tne M-tet-icoDe
to tha conclusion tnat liars 'then that the Committee turned toj hood oi Srares.
, are not so numeraus as they are i Mr. Sim moas. They saw in him ai The old dcae o.'h cute saying.
generally rnoposed to be. Men t-ee
things from diff-rent stand points
rind come to different conclusions
in regai d to thetn.
Men are like posts. Some are
straight, some ctooked. Some hold j
np the tender vi oes that cling to
them, others are so rotten that the
vines have to bold the i- up. Some
support the gates along the way to
heaven, while others stand idly in
the way for people to tumble over-
A New York pbrsician is experi
menting with red glass as a cure
for small pox. It is to be hoped that
he will have more success than
the peopJe who experiment wtth
Pennsylvania is not goiog our of!
tiu-iiii ss if 'he YViNon Mil dot's
pass. During t be past month six-v,-!
tive newcharteis were issued fori
We would dot count that a style
'A Democrat who will vote for a
40 per cent-tariff tax on the mil
lions of toilars and refuse to vote
to tax the incomes, of 80 00' rich
fieople Wil; Messenger.
Sure euough the Knihrs of '.la
bor are attempting ro prevent the : hindering the c ufirmation of Sim
lssning of bonds, and Secretary ! mous. Hindering did wesayT Ob
Carlisle has been cited 'o appear j structing is the werd, but it is oijly
before the Supreme Oourt of the , such ortstrucf ion an bullrnshes give
District of C'olumbia and make an-' ro the Nile. Mr. Simmons will soon
swer to the bill asking for an in- he confirmed.
It is Baid that Croker has
had a conference with the Presi-
dent and Secretary Lamont. The
i lesult is not reported, but if he ac
complished anything it is the first
i tiu.e a crcki-r ever met with uuu-
! Sllal S.UCCeSS.
N--.ir Pittsburg, Pa.. Friday night
Gtl sTikiDg miners oreigoersi
vifiil many mines, drove otT aud
, leat the workmen aud destroyed
u.u.-h proierty. Tnoy were dispel
led i,y twenty Americans.
A dark mir.ery settles down on
! u -, and our refuges of Jies fall to
('e.-es ou after one, the hearts of
l f men, now at last serious, will
i turn to refuges of truth. The eter
nal stars shine oat again as soon
as if is dark enough. Caslyle.
lebfc is in 'he midst of a grand
W inter Carnival. On last Monday '
(Lord Abeideeu formerly inauga-
Iratd tDL 'ort and un veiled the
ice etataes. ihe authorities ot the
New Berne Winter Fair might'
have known hat some of the little 1
burgs won. d attempt some weak
The report of a most fa'al and
distrnctive earthquake comes from j
the city of Kuchun. Persia. Twelve !
thousand people wers killed; 10,000
bodies hare been taken from tbe !
rnins of the houses and a once be- '
au'ifnl city or 20,000 inhabitants -
almost literally destroyed. Fifty
thoasaod cattle were killed id the
The Baltimore Herald oavs !
"4.ftermaDy vexatious delays arjj
' . . .
numerous conlert nces there is now i
fi i.r-nunt thr tha rits-ni-a k, !
( a im t a uc jrv V u v 'i v. a - o av u t J kv -
! tween Maryland and Virginia oer I
I the oystergrounds will he settled"
Than h- thar w hll h.ri-t
more'and better oveters There is
;n. dispute over Nyrth Carolina
oyster gronads, and if there is any
; failure in legislation on the snbjec
North Carolina alone is to blame.
According to the report of a c m
missioti of exper's "the United
States Treasury would be the
easiest job in the country for
bank robbers, except lor the guard
ifii duty day and nigh'.'' From all
account some million have been
'improperly gotten out of that
Treasury, despite the guards who P'ty is a-, nearly a free trade par
are supposed to be on dnty all 'he C as it can be to recognize the
time. . necessity ol a tariff tor revenue.
The papers continue to allude to
t he failure of the Senate to confirm
Mi. SitnmiK-.H. There is Mime con-
trov- rs as l o u-ts, cnf ne admit-
fed t iC'-i i ugtit to ll iVt
!n- c : liiii:a i"ii lot.g agr
Wna1 nre some of i nest
ad mitt ed
facts! He ha" lieen
ru in a' e '
th.. ;'fHOilrnl (' lee - ' : 1 filial
: i:.v mi.- tor ; he E if tern Di-tricf f
North C mdiita. Why - as h . t. . iu l-
ii. i tr ? Diit i he P' --i.u
drrnijr ! Ion iiirn lie accidentally
stuiu'd d 'Mi !'. S:iiitioii'f Not a
bit. of u. Mr. Sriiinohs was at the
- ! head of the Demoeiatu; ),irty in
North Carolina. How came he
there? Did the Ex.-i-utie Coinmir-
! tee play blind inan s-i nrj. and g
alont ftelnii i" the. daik tor
i-h in maiiT No veill! The Demo
cratic party was about entering
niion a Htnpendons campaign.
Ne-er before in i r historj was the
Democratic patty iu Nottb Caroli
na in such petji. A secret order
was striking at Its vrals. 8 "ditloti
and trea.-ou was in tho air, and!
the impend ng contest was more
than dont-tiul. Tin- Executive Com -
nnttee were excedingly C.'.uUotls in
rne Kclfciion of a chairman. They
did not in the first instance oil r
t he 'hairniauship to Mr. Simmons,
1 the party to Victory in the pas",
gentleman beloved in the com mu -
nitv in which be lived, and an ex-
Congressman who made more rep -
utation in the liouse than had
ever before been made by a jorth
Carolinian in a single Congressional
With full confidence in his cour
age aud ability, the Committee
asked him to be their chairman,
Simmons accepted the trust, not
blind . , bur, knowing the peril of
the situat on he looked the sto; m I
iu the eye aud defied the thunder
bolt. The Democracy triumphed;
Carr was elee'ed Governor and the
electoral vo'e of North Carolina
was given to Cleveland.
Why then is not Simmons ern
firmedf They tell us that he issued
a encular l nsr r nc; l n tr Demoerats a-,
to the eleclioEi law.- hnt gave no in- ,
form'ion to Republicans- Now i
wasn't that monstrouT O, what
treason to the Democracy! What
right had Simmons to tell Repub
licans how to condticr a campaign
and bjw to hold an election! The
charge is worse than childish, it
is absolutely senseless.
Somebodv is gatheriug up for
himself a ten ble responsibility in
THE FREE I 1ST.
The Tariff bill will soon pass the
ordeal of the Honse and go to t lie
What its fat-- will be there i
simply a niifterof c.utij.-c' ui e. Il
party lines weie stnedy observed
in the Senate ttieie would be no
diflicultv, but it iH knowu to tar
.... r. t, r r detl O.w .1,1 inliMK'ri'mn I si I
sharply a;. 'agon zed by Democrats
r.i t ne oeiiit-e.
Wl- ailinlt Ih it the ll-Ou ul" I
does riot meet our uuqu.il li-d an- i
proval. It is too neatly a revision
of the MeK'.uley b.ll, retaiumg
manv ot the protective fea'nres ot 1
vx Den we COUSider tU.it the Dem- ;
ocjatic party is the party of the
people; that its favorite motto i- I
'the greatest good to the greatest ;
it is remarkable that j
Democrats are opposing the Wil-
bill on account of its free
It is a part of the Democratic
creed that the expenses of the Gv-
ir id vi t.iiT-r ti r ,p iinmn.rii.rir'.
ernm-eut should be paid from cus i
torn duties lev.ed on the luxuries j
rather than upon the necessaries of,
life. The Democratic party while j
. . . ,, . 1
intending to be just to all, is the ;
special guardian ot the common!
people who constitute a large ma- .
jority of the whole population of
tbe country. It m averse to monop-
olies ;.s contrary to th- genius 0f ;
If h is long been the custom toj
exemj t articles of universal use !
and aosoluty necessity from custom
.,..,) -r.inU- - .
' -.tt.v..-. .A.cpcc
constitn'e the free list.
ln ,De N llson bill wool, iron. .
coa'- l'-m ber, sng.tr and some other
articles are on the free list.
Everybody wears clothes and
uses iron and lntLb.r. while coal
and sugar are essential to the com
fort of the humblest citizen. A
protective tariff embracing eif'her
of these articles might benefit in
dividual members of a community,
but rhe com mnnity at large would
pay the profits of tbe iudivid
We don't see bow a Democrat
can o' jeer to tbe free list of tbe
Wilsou bill. Indeed tbe Democratic
J -.EW T.VTI.
The ipies-i t r r- ..(mission t
diew S"a'.-s o:g,' n le se'tled
withon' irgird ': i s n l i'ln'i so
political p r T i.s
Tne nau i;
i g 'VIM Hi
il II 1 til :
A'l.f i . ca
I- ij ( . I
S . '
1 n ci -
govern til"-nt is the pieparatory
sijiiooi ti) r-t if. Lood and to deprive
thepeo; le oi a teiritory of State
rights .fcr the.v hive passed the
period of tiro, a'e is a grievance
at vaiianc- i'ii 'h - genius of onr
i n ' 1 1 u M o u s .
No less repr".ed"llvl- is the op
p sit: i,f:e uf (iroeeedate. The prac
t i'i' of p'eci jo; ating ter.itones into
S'ates bi-fore the requisite prepar- ,
tl mi, in i.-tder to -Menntheti t tie
liepu in parts in the Senate
and ei t ' i 1 :!?', v. s a
usurpation -a' ,. ivt r i evolution r.v
in its ch.-irai 'rr and r-uhversive ot
the letter and xpirir ot the Consti
tution. We t r ti
lt irt ;il
lOUS t-X III!
D -mocra i
. s- i nd bv
p -r t y . i. ; ti
; the n..t i- e; u i! ol
j U ootl national p u'. s
I It has been
. t iv ch irged i ha'
! Utah and New .Mexico are e-ti led
j to admission mTo t lie Union and
j truth seems be established, t lie
j '-Change the -i u if ion and you
i change y our mind,'' comes iu again.
j The New York Pt)st, Jany, 31,
J aay: " We are glad t o see that so
! prominent a W. -stern Republican
paper as the S' Louis Globe-Demo
crat comes out
;ainsc 'he scheme
of admitting tour territories to the!
LTniou as States. It says the en-dor-ement
given this proj -,:t by the
Republican national Committee
''should not have tieen furnished,
rid i ' outir to b
'he li -public ms in
The Glebe Den
')i'rar lavors toe UOI-
favors the pol-
icy of annexing U ah to Kevada,
" - '
and consolidating New Medico and
Arizona. We ho.ie ro see other pro
ie ts from t iie satn e (j a ari ei against
the wild scheme lor miking new
St c,s b v ti . -1 f. ' '
If, makes i -r dnl'oreuce
whose ox is
-Iug g )l'ed. No SUCh
piotests wete made wuen Repub
ii o'au Sra es were being m -ide " oy
wholesale" A' .), a and Nevada
weie Republican indtiietr ad niss
lon added (our R -p i oilcan metn
Oers ti.' the Sj'i.-ff and g-ve six
electoral votes in Mie Repuhl'can
presideori-t! c. mdidare It is admit
ted "iaf they did un" have the re-
qll-i'e population, and row if is
proposed tocoiieci the idunUer Dy :
', ,1, to V.. v i ,' a and i
consolid 'i.ig Ne M -xic and Ari.
We have n , d quit.
lough of at.
tenidt to correi' e 'ihinder-- d
the rlari-'soo oi i ) I u i -' - 1 1 1 t . L -t
NaX'ada and Aizonn s'and as
thev aie. tul C ') a .d New M,-x.
ICi be ad 'u ' : . ( . oi ; --, t .i w n mer
A (Juecr Law Miit
I w.t- t he S
Mr. i''n j
is i -ined ran 4
1: was ' i
h. usr s ,i
I lon.r ,
M r V 'd,
,,1 the rai
: . - .;, re :
11 ' " ''ow
,1' strowug i
'', "-' " -!
!l " upon & j
t he Kin i
lie g, t
1 iie !
st i i ng fr, nn
V ill tin.- cti.
ii dl' ..f ,cl
- ieii Mr. M.i
''" ' 'i A
Mr. Mi h r indicted W
i.-t of guilty
1 through, tin
a;.UDSt" tll0 uin f:l ',
Twin Citv Seut.ncl.
uunu 101 me runners
A good many farmers were in the citv
to dav. Thev report that the wheat and
oats are looking rinelv. Tiie mild winter
"ill probably r.-u.: a short fruit crop
next vear, but nide troni that the outlook
for isy4 it very good. The tanners owe
fr del,. "ow 'han r ,r -vl'arR Iat- fnd
thev stiirt into 1(14 111 better shanc than
;uu; yfar yUu.t, i s7:i chtrlotte News.
Mr Albert Idvori: . f Arkansas
City. Kau . wi-hes to g c oUc rea .1-
ers the ben- at of
colds "lie say-:
last spring th if
aQ(i ai, r h
non i ,.a,I!:i,. in
all summ 1 i i
ted a eo'.Q
I "d o , my J urjgs,
r. e Ter. d from it
th' r that hung cn
ft me with a hack-
I thought I never
mg cougli ,vi,M
would get nn or.
get rm or. 1 ti i i u -id (. hamber
Iain's Cough llcuietiy some fourteen
ears auo with much suceess, and con-
cludel to try it again.
W hen 1 had
got through with one bottle my cough j
had left me, and I have not suffered
with a cough or cold siLce. i have
recommended it to others, and all
speak wellk of if " "id cent bottles for
sale by J V. Jordan
Siiiloh'- t oiisiiuiitiiui l ure. '
Te.is is vo:.c q i. hl.oci the moet
,.i,..F-itj -'o'i.t vt-dicme we h -ve
.-v.-- a. .! f-- if-- ,DvriaOiy cure,
in- -'a r-t e .ti-- ' ' on-;h.Ci..up and f
Hroiicl.iti- -v'M'e it- onderfui success
in the 'nr.- of i on-untptiori m without a
parallel in 'he hi;ory if ui--cl:cine
Hino ii" firs! .ii-. -..ver it haa I., sold
oa it liu-.r ..'ten s ., -, h ch no Jtber
medi'n- esi. -t -. ri I' you have i
oonj'i r.-st -k vuu to irv it
Price 10c. oOc .u ; f 1 If vour lunes
rc sort . ct i "a.-h ,hri. . ust -
loh's Por-n:- fl..., , S.-ir: b Me
1 Berne IdruK Co. 1
'fill. Ii O" UN At. It i Is lem in- 1 ;i
"iv'll I 111' li I si p! I.V tin- pr
ihi' C -irniv ! "i I i-' evv .i ir. T:i
h- lulillLT w ! !h ' iin-'i'ip' 1 ,;i ' -...
! v , - j -; ,.t! 1 typii ai: it pi.
! Mii '!,' niHiiiu1' rii. u;i,
i.;i-it.-.l lie- . .! !. . . ti. : :
Wc lake a . ! . i i r ! . : in V"i:i pies.
Von tire l'ri"ii'l
Id prcttv lliini;
At this hc.intii'n!
' the Jul KNi! .
I.ii-ht. I ki,
i n i 1 1 i i .e .
While tlii- ''-( i 1 1 : t tine, t
II f li Me
A- .ClVcrtisilie; alel lie'A j is t
IP.it i his tliinir -1 1 1 I i tin .in:
Tis si 1 1 i an i-h-ealit ee'r.nj
Our ol 'jL-el lie
A t. I to render "Mr
We hope on i ! if:
A ml learn how to
i iin to th
rncoiilh Hirds of rassasje.
There is a ela-s oi migratoiy i i , , 1 i
ua:. eoninionly known as imrnn,
"HliIiI to he suppress, -.1. Tin-y i.;.- f.
ly cailed agents, !,-, m-e they repr.--
i no peivm or eirp'
I 1 1 1 1 n 1 !'T their a
class known as (
j drummer. Th in
to l,e sold '.uii.
e',s or re;
i 1 1
tilt Lolloee' le
nn n id eial tiavders or
atler rl:i- -ell ir is
an 1 . iea! e m i iisi i v
. with retail
, immcice ii
it i reeogni -.j, i ;
and a lirntti; in
Hut the lianeliil , la-s we have relereuce
to, i h lienetit to no l.ody.hiit mi the con
tt ir.. is a growing evil, n.,tn ieg l,y
their frauds and trickery, the character ol
rc)iital,!e clas. and interposing, unt -iecte
I d mger ! the (ire'e in which
I hey ''online theii nefiriou- o,,.ia:i. i:.
The uoo.ls they 'led m ii a- u gein-,n
thing, some litlh, alleged patented , ,
article; some new latighd lii,orsav;ng
arrangement or liuu-id, ,1 1 con vu :ence .
w nich is delivered on the p "t l.y lie so
culled ag.nit, upon receipt ol the price ,,f
Tiiii traveling fakir conlines his oper
ations to tlia domestic circle; he directs i
the forte of his rascality against the j
women ol the land. If referred to the
store or office of th hmliaml of the itn-
suspecting women he is trying to victim- ,
17. ie never p-nes there. In tact, he has s
no ue for men in his Imsiness. lie never
approaches a house near the meal hour; .
In' ifill intrude upon a busy house keep
er's time, and like .Incoo wrestling with
the angel, re I use to go until she Inn made
a purchase and -hmhl Ins attempt, d
victim prove so linn a.- to refuse to Iu:.
after he ha? persisted in -ta ing, find t; Ik
mg himself l.'oai.-e, the thanks he gd-
for uer loroearance ami paii-nt am i isnv
"'-'lerance ol the Hconmirei, is the in-
Bh fitiiT in.ini; irii.n llnir liowiiii il imr !
have wasted so much of his valuable
time had he known she was nt going to
buy- ; This is ths last pass ho makes
the crowning tii.-k of all oi hi. trickery,
and oft times it has the devred effect,
and tne contused and modest woman
en y 1 1 ie oft li U ss t h ) ng because. he his
not the lUL'tl'eminate tinier, ty to resent
the insult, and kick the rascal out of the
Another common and favorite business
method of these commercial mounte
bank?, is to insist upon leaving one or
two of the articles he sells with his vie- '
tim to try, laying he will return the next
dav. and if she then concludes she does I
not want to purchase he will take them j
back and no harm done.
Cpon being told on returning, that
s! e has no use for the article, the design
ing rogue declares that the article hn
been damaged by the test having been
improperly made and that he cannot
now possibly sell it and insists up,, n
tor it which lie liivanablv gets
wnicn ne lnvanaoiy gets. i he
which tbe ,amc. trick w;ls ti'ed.' The
fakir left with a lady, three asbestos
stove mats which he claimed wnuld pre
vent food from burnlDg. just a any n"ti
conductor of heat would tlo. p ace 1 be
tween the ve.-st l and stove.
The ladyd'd not want the in.es an i
consequent ;v did not even put then to
I lie test, but when the villainous p.-d -.le."
returned, and was told she did i.t v ,:t.
them, lie saw they had not been tried
and i iti used to take them, demanding
p ly for the same, because, as he staled,
; ,. iM,i (lt Heated him with the
rtenj to try them, ilad she tried thetn
h , v .Vollld have been too n, llch . la ma- , .
to take back. "The test would have been
in, properlv made."' But the trick- of
tIii delesta'ne and 'dangerous- class ,,i
men, are too mu tilatious, to enumurate.
too far reaching to attempt to fathom a ,-l
, V,,,v,-.. Th- exponent!, ot tin ,r
met tiod-. en, p. ,-e t he vei v w,,,:
clIt tlnoais. i-. .,',ers. thieves ami pi,
p .ckets t" lie fuind in fieri wd-.l cti
,,, (he w.-rld. and tiie lepu'-ent .i.v-
i ti, s , I ,-, who le giin to in;,a-t onr s- ,
ju-t after the ta-t war, are now !, com"
everyday nuisances. Let ev r . lcv
thc land w in, reads this ,i r: lei "lis :
do. ts torever against tin- pe-f. il -v.
ou'.t shti n it: suit, if sue ai iioi -. i he : '. ', .
pre' net- of ilesigning frau I and t:.cu: ti
dined rt.-cahty." ll. B. Ni.xo.n.
Manifest Progress in the tillage and
Inrlaeuza has been around us.
The new Methodist parsonage is en- ;
closed and begins to look like a reality,
while several other new building are
pleading for a coat ol paint.
The merchants complain that trade is
dull and money scarce, but if the hens'
will lay plenty of eggs the old women are
safe in the way ol small change.
The farmers wh take time bv the f.ue
lock are breaking ground anel making
compost heaps. J. L. Bed seems to be
oiemost injtbis work.
The truckers seem to be the in - t wide
awake men we have. We have had
plenty of cabbages all this winter, raised
on the tarm ot A. K. Oghsby at Wild
wood, ami now Wm. I. Colburn, A. E.
iglesby and I. O. Beli have twenty or
thirty acres in celery, one acre of which i
nearly ready lor the spring tri ie.
Tiie farmers have more corn and p..rk
than they ever had before and yst there
is a general cry of "hard times. ' This
cry o' Hard times reminds Us ni a hov
whose fdhcr threw thewhi
erously for singing .pet pi in
p on him vi g-
ish song of t wc'cdledee and tweedledum.
The boy in his agony exclaimed, "v. hy
d.ad. if I don't sing that I can sing n--thing,
for that ia the only song 1 kn..iv ."
It TSINESS A 01 NCEMET.
Having purchased the entire -tuck
Choice Family Groceries of Mr C.
Slover I announce to the trading pu
that I will ccntinue the Liisines.
at the same old stand and will try to
serve them as well and as faithfully
as thev have been served heretofore
which means perfect sjti-facti.ui in ewcry
particular. I will endeavor to keep the
Sim.-" qgsijiy of goods that have always
given -;uch general satisfaction to aii w iio
have heretofore traded with Mr. Sluvci.
W. D. ISakblnoton.
renileiiliary flHp-riiit -ndent Eeaar
! peaks ol the eeil of Such an
I iisl it lit ion.
r i; s
lit' en mere than one
i:i l-ivuf i if ret'. iinistnries
..'!ri-..i- iiiiht l.e kept
'" in,. I
i 1 1 ! i 1 1 s
p. I i : I I 1 I . '
I ".-'.I It'
i; ciiiun-.. Mr.
ni of the peiii
tpi alitietl III m to
ie c -sit v exist
on the i u i . j a t
( iiai'otte lll,-
.1 as 1
u le-I !e
' I e
. is - i ; I I i -1 . , 1 1 v,s
' :,: c 'JnH ci m vicl -,'' was
'Under the au'e . ,1' iu."
.11 !,i Ih.ve in a n toimaloiy
in inaU. then .'"
,i. tie r, is vry gifat reason li
' 1 ', jrii'a-.oi m h r, ,.; , 1 : , ii r , (- I to do
- nn, i!:;:,.j in an humble way myself for
ihe '.outlier cotivnts, s.ieh ni kepiiig
th, -cpatated ti.eu the older and h-ird
lied itiiuinals. and VM rkinir them in
-jlla.is l, ilieiii-elves. Tlia great trouble
is ,, iwevt-r, that they all must go into
U ,;!, i- together at night. Then, is no
i r. '-em f. n separata ipniriei s. The-e is
'ii- '""iiegt" on ihe t:,rin nf taller
rh ,n i h ;t counter theie," i oiitinned Mr.
I. ',. i,, it, liig lo the eoi;titer ( nrirclinrr
tie , :, "liice in the Central Hotel"
'II'- i- in "i- I'im- years. All I can mil
!' him I'.. i' j. to c.tlTV walel to the men
,,r thinks there are vcrv ninny
nag ci.nvicts who wuld not he
t in a reform institution, a thev
have i iniinahty iu their very horeditv,
init le- is , unvoiced that a State reforma
tory , ,,;d,l do a great work and hearti
ly in liv..i ul'i,ii,. He said that he was
ven.itn that the voutliliil evil-doers in the
I) , ' u i
ji . n.o.v will l.e hardened crimi-
SL S I.N liHIEK
The his. !!, i,,,:t , ,ver raised in
McDowell cmoy w is gr.twn this year by
ama-i l-y th-. nun,-.. I Walker, says the
Shelby R. vhw.
Mr dun. ives has work in piogres.
on hi- property in the vicinity of the
Baptist parsonage looking to future
g at an early date.
;id thai there is talk of the can
did my .if John Nichols, for State Treas
urer on the Republican-Populist coali
tion Richard Mansfield says he intends to
pur. 'u I-" 2 000 acres of Ian J on the line
of the Carolina Central railway and es
tablish a deer park.
The Norf ilk Landmark in -peaking of
old pe .p'e says that Mrs. Sillie Caswell
ot Burke county is pi. years old, and
th -t "Peg Witch" a Cherokee Indian of
:1,;- : ,:e ; 1 1 1 v-.-ar- oid.
Lews hi Howard, t1io brutally mur
dered Jones in Cleveland county, is now
being pursued. He has been tracked as
far as Morganton and is now thought to
l.e heading towards Tennes.ee.
The report of the committer on the
Settle-Willi ams election c
e admits ir
regularities but says they were not suffi
cient to change the sesult. A majority
for Settle would still remain.
The Roanoke Beacon says the farmers
of that section have killed and the best
part ,,f it is have packed away more
meat thL year thai: they have for many
yai rs pa-.t .
There lias been an accession of several
pupils to the Collegiate Institute this
week, and increa-e well deserved if c'a.9
study 'i l good taaching are to be con
sidered. Mr. T. K. Brunei' infirms the News-
i.i.i-rv, t-!':i , or, , 1-- t h it tiie tir.t ship
nitiit of Xortii Carolina Kaolin will be
made ' ' ) ip.in l.i a day or two.
The f .bowing is the Roll of Honor for
Silver I a!e Academy. For the mouth
en iitig J m. tic 30th, P304. M -scs Eva
Mattocks. Essie llargct and Barbara
Misters tlon.er Mattocks. George
; an 1 Percy Mstr.rt.k.
ws-Observer Chronicle say s tha
: (.' irr has issued a requrstion
iiti-ri it ot iissouri lor Charles
i ,!' 1- wanted for murder in
t have a busi
ills re! it
j try ff 'u'librrland oiinty
a tttte bii! against J. L.
the murder of M. I). Deumng
-1-nv. True bills for murder
are also returned
bell and W ilii.im Smith for the murder
of John Burkett.
l'ri-ide nt Cleveland his appointed
President Wit. -ton, of the Univeraity a
member oitue commission to examine
and test the weights and fineness of the
coinage of the various mints. The com
nik-stun me: :- ;, i the Philadelphia mint
Hon. A. S. Seymour, C. S. Judge for
the Eastern I strict of North Carolina
has been appointed t o hold the regular
term of L'nite 1 Suites Court in the
Western Distri, t of South Carolina at
Greenville S. C. on account of the accu
mulation of business and need of dispos
ing of it. It bpgii.s next week.
The Atlmtic Citv. X. J . Gazette has
undoubtedly cut its
juvs that oonductin:
eye teeth when
a newspaper in
uiiiunr.er which will phase everybody
..oe.-i--, t ,-k 'What may ph-n-e one
-nte ,. i i-ple i-e another. Ve
t here are
ie who :i re a
tie re are
u. anv also who
,t they could run
that the present pu
pet s a fe
unlntee to conduct sue
It is said th tt the attendance at the
trial of Edw o l J. Fuller, for n unL-r at
Fa ve-ltevitle. is as Urge as w as
a' a court house there. Full-
st tie 1
in his own defence that he shot Ben
Pat Let' to -avc his own life, but that he
iuU".i,lt"l to disable and not kill him. He
ruv- Paiktr knocked him down anel was
healing bis face and head and that ln
su'iseouent sickness while in
ail Was ttlC
HC SI NESS MEN'S CARMYAL.
(iran.l Success of Home Talent
Theatre East Nisid.
Tickets tn tic .Mcicl.uni ' Ciniival
were iut en -.ihi cstci,la ninniinc- A,
I'V to o'el'tck evei'v M':it ta taken.
We . I.
ol anv crnt l.i Ton
lis u ii.
f; i r
I- statement it
at hi. red
I he , i,t( a I.
ov uil; i- t he p
Tableau I ;,
L'iriii', ,1 mat,
I'arnival i hui'n-
elconie to (.iii-en .
Uev iew ol Trade-.
Rkvii;w ok Th.vdk
New Berne JoriiN.u..
ivpre-er.te, I hy
Miss Susie Dillingham.
Druggists of the city All the repit-s-entatives
of these appeared on tiie sta 'e
at one time as fnlloivs; Rrailhaui A.
Brock, represented by .Mis Bessie j
Tinker,' R. Bttrry- hy Miss Norah Hud-;
dlesttiii,- (laskill's Pharmacy, Miss Mav
C.aho, F. si. Duffy. Miss Mamie Duffy.
J. A . Meadows grist mill, Mi : Mamie i
I,. Schuli & '-'o., Miss Rachel Sdmll.
Lucas A Lewis. Miss Melissa .Mav.
W. D. I! in ington. Miss Maria t'ox. j
Clark Baking Co , Miss Lent Hines.'i
J. Eater's hakeiv. Miss Daisy Guthrie.
These came on t ie stage together.
William Su'tun. Mis Sn-ie Danenliurg
.1. AY. Sniallw.ii.d. Miss ('a! vine II ,w,-r.
I). F. Jarvis, represented hv Mr. I. T.
I Ilollister and Miss Willie Ferrehee.
! O. Mirks, Miss Eulilie Willis.
Bryan A Smith, Miss rjetlie Wahub
j Insurance: S. R. Street, by Mis.
j Laura Suter; W. II. Oliver by Miss Ger-
tie Willis. These appeared together,
j K. R. .Innrs, Mis? Lena Schultz.
H. B. Dufl'y, Miss Alberta Snelling.
i Hackburu A Willett, groceries und
hardware, M iss Susie Gaskil!
Mis; Mav Hendren: dairv.
Holland A Rouutree, Miss Julia Staub.
Mrs. B. YVhaley, by Miss
A. E. flibhard, Miss Fannie Cutler.
A, A N. C. R. R , Miss Faith Brock.
J. J. Disosway, Miss Agnes Foy.
J. AY. Stewart, Miss Janie Stewart.
J. J. Tolson, Miss Louise Suter.
Red Star Clothier, Miss Mamie Daniels,
Courier, by Miss Katie Matthews.
Big Ike, Miss Pearl Wallace.
E. H. A- .1. A. Meadows, Miss
Mis-, Ilarriette Liue, Miss Bessie
J. A. Jones, yiiss Bertha Tucker.
Roberts Bros., Miss Mamie Hay
Atlantic Steam Fire Engine Company,
by Miss May Heudren; Xew Berne Fire
Company, by Mrs. J. T. Ilollister.
J. J. Baxter, Miss Maud Land.
Dr. J. H. Ronton, Miss :iry Wright.
Hotel Albeit, Miss Mabel Hughes
J. A. Simpson, architecture, Miss Marv
E. S. Street, Miss Rjbecca Street.
J. M. Howtrd, Miss Ridie Kehoe.
N. N. & W. Steamship Lin, Miss Mil
dred Gray and Miss Amy Guion, dresserl
as sailor boys, m
J. R. Parker, Jr., Miss Ridie May.
Mrs. E. B. Ellis' coal vard. Lycurgus
Tolson blacked fir the o a-asion.
Thos. Danicli. Mis- Sallle Justice.
Nunrj tt M, "s d 'v. Mi-s Annie S Hin
ders. National Bank, by Mi3 Emma Hender
son; Farmers & Merchants Bank, by Miss
Vic Le May Dewey; Citizjns Bink, by
Mrs. J. A. Jones
Hahn tt Co., Miss Mamie Dawson.
Mrs. E. j F. Dillingham, Miss Mary
Lucas. A. Cohen Miss Sadie Whitford.
"W. N. & X. R. R., Miss Faith Brock.
Dr. J. D. Clarke, Mis Brownie Hanks.
Ice Factory, Miss Mollic Davis.
Butchers: SauiT Cohn, by Miss Mamie
Gaskill, C. E. Nelson by Miss Mary
John Dunn, 'diss Clara Burrtis.
S. K. Eaton, Mi.-- Sadie Eaton, adorned
w ith 0?2, 000 worth t.t jew elry from her
Racket Store, Miss Brow nie Hanks.
Cotton Exchange, Mi-s Aagusta Cra
E. C. D. Stea ii.'iiii I - , Mis J. T.
F. Utrich, M-- E.fa'.if Wil. is.
Mrs. S. II. Line, Miss Maggie Line.
John Suier, Miss Nannie Hill
L. H. Cutler A" Co., M:ss Carrie Aren
dell. The selections of Miss Stella Roberts as
Queen of the Carnival was a most happy
one. The sta;e was filleel with her sub
jects. The entc rtainnient was not lengthy but
it was go i l,- its praises were on the lips
of all. Mr. Vill McCarthy, us jester
made a continuous ma ot gooil hits,
sUowing the quick Irish wit in hiui in a
The business representations were apt
and the recitations pleasingly delivered
The costumes were all beautiful many
Gl them elegant, and the young ladis
themselvis simply bewitching. In fact
the entci tainnieut throughout in everv
particular was generally pronounced "as
good as it couhl be."
"llaman" -Xot Bahama.
the idtal . We have rather been under the im
Mishers of pression that t'je name "Hainan'' as ap
plied to a variety of the sweet potato
was a corruption of Bahama, but we are
informed that Mr, Evans, proprietor of
the hotel at Manteo, savs that thev took
tlle"' na!lle from Capt. Hainan ot the ves
sel which brought the tir-t seed ones to
They crrne from Bermuda and Capt.
Hannti gave them to an East Carolina
farmer our informant thinks he lived
, o. f..... ... 1 f. !, .1
-i-i-au Leo, aiita uuiu tuut tniey -pi uug iu-
to general use.
Drowned Near Hatteras.
A terriblr exjierience was undeiono n
few days ago Pet ween Hattcras and Oera
eoke. r. Phil (Raskins and Levin Ciinl
ly had -tarled in a sail hunt to Hatteras.
loaded too hr.ivy with set net stakes.
I he hoat capsized and fla-kins wai.
tli'own,..,. tjniilly remained on t he hot -ton:
ol tin I. , at four day s and nights
without lond i,r water, tie I u.i- pal-e
up I'V Mr. Win. (J iski.is.
llns all happened in -ight ot the 1,1'e
sivine; statinn. we have heard. uliiTr the
in. n conlil lie teen walking on sii,,,,, vet
no assistance was cnt the -nifferiii man.
Th eieiienee which ll e Ca.ette ti lis
ot is indeed a terrihle one. It i to I c
however, that inve-tiation nia
prove that no I d utfic either for careless
ness ,,r wanton neglect may attach to the
li ,- s t ing station people.
I he class of men in charge o these
-lath ns have a good name for bravery
and tor willingness to nek their lives
.(hen necessary iu 1 ichall of others i n dan
g, r ai . 1, we d.tn'.t not it wid I I, ,und
mat theiu-i'of their not -ally in lort.li
to the resc n s w as simply a (allure to
understand that their service" were need
ed. Wall un the W. N. A '.
Mr. W. C. Heckman, C. S. post-nth, a
inspector of routes went down to VYil
iningtoii Thursday on business connected
with the putting ot tile mail on the W.
N' A N. U. It.
Post-Master Clarke believes that the
indications justify the belief that the
route will be established in a very short
time. Mr. Clarke has w orked to this
. end by notifying head authorities about
j its advantages and it might expedite ;nat
j tets Tor our citizens themselves to give
! expression to their desires in the matter.
j I'sing dirt roads for mail facilities
I with their slow service instead of u ra 1 1 -
road is not in accord with the spirit of
j American progress and should be done
I away with at the earliest moment. The
quicker service is needed and we looked
lor it to go int.o operation as soon as the
trains begun running. YVe hope there
will be no further delav.
It Is Xow Collector Lane
Mr. Robt. Hancock, who, timing
President Harrison's administration held
the office of Collector of Customs for this
district turned over the office Thursday
to his successor, Mr. S. H. Lane.
Mr. Lanes prompt atteniion to every
duty as has been proven by past position
he has held is sufficient guarantee that
those having dealings with the office wil'
he satislac-torily served, the business ably
attended to and the work kept light
1 square up from day to flay.
We have never heard a complaint
j against Mr. Hancock since his term, so
; far as the diachargc; ol his official duties
I ire eoncerncl, but the voters of the coun
have said, they want Demo
ti these places, and as it should lc,
j a Democrat now tills the position.
I We make our bow to Collector Lane
l)r Black Re-elected.
Mr. T. A. Green who has been attend
ing the meeting of Directors of the Oxfortl
Orphan Asylum, returned last night.
Mr. Green informs us that the board
re-elected Dr. Black, Superintendent,
and oy his recommendation re-elected
the prefect teachers.
The board found the school in fine
order and everything connected with
Onslow's Subscr'ption to the W. N. &
N. R R.
The suit of the W. N. & N. R. R.
company vs the commissioners of Onslow
county for the first paymeut ($30,000)
of the county's 60.000 subscription to
the road will be heard at the next term
of Superior court in Lenoir county. This
$110,000 was to have been paid upon the
completion, of the road from -Wilmington
to Jacksonville, the other $30,000 upon
its completion to New Berne.
It would have been better for th bonds
j to have been promptly issued when the
railroad complied with its part of the
Signs of the good that the railroad is
j tloing the whole country, it traverses can
J be seen all along the line, anel it should
I moreover, be borne in mind that the
bonds are cot a gift to the road, but
simply a purchase of that amount of
stock in the road. Whatever earnings
may acvru to its stockholelers vill in due
proportion' be shared thereafter by the
It is suggested that boys who want to
send their girls valentines tiend them in
the shape of a season ticket to the East
Carolina Fair, f which legius just five
days after Valentines )Day with the re
quest ''May I attend you.''
Slight y Twisted.
Capt. W. W. Caraway, of the Rich
mond Dispatch, who is now iu the citv
teils of the billowing joke that came j whether it is the sought for w rc k.
under his observation w hile inWadiing-' Mr. Chidbourne intends to either
ton. ! accomplish the purpose for which lie ha?
A high flying member of congress got oil' 1 gone or conlinu - th, ,:w'i until olher
a bit of latin in a speech. He said 'Amicus " is ordered.
est Plato, amicus' est Socrates, ced
tnaior Veritas " The Wilson Hill Passed.
The next morning a newspaper in
quoting this part of of his remarks gave
it a? follows: "I may cuss Plato;
cuss Socrates, said Major Veritas!
Carteret's Fish and Oyster Interest.
The fishing and oyster industry of this
place aud Morehead Citv is an immense
thing. The waters around here are equal
to the gold mines of California1. How
many mn in the county who depend en
tirly for their living by what they catch
from the water. And here of late since
the drop-seine lias come into use boat
loaels are caught at one haul.
Last week fishermen went insielc ol the
bar and dropped their seine- some of
which are 200 yards long, aud they would
begin to haul in ut'.d take out the fish
that would be entangled in the meshes,
and before they would pull in half ef the
net the boat would be full
and they would have to cut
the seine in half and leave it for soiue-
. body else's boat.
200 tons oftish left MoichOad City one
morning last wet k.
We (lo not doubt but that the fisher
man would get better prices for their fish
if we hail a better financial policy, but I
our people cannot complain of hard ;
u.iies as long as nsu win run. Carteret !
county is indeed the richest county in the j
State. Beautort Herald.
OXFORO ORPHAN ASYLCM.
borne Facts in Reference lo This Excel
lent Uenevo'.eiit Inslilulion.
j Mr. T. A. Creen i picsM high pleas
ure at all he observed while on Ins re
cent visit p. iht. Oxford i hphan A-yluni
Slid gives us some p,,n Is uhi, h it is well
enough for the pi,.. , ... kt... about
M r. ( i re n del ighi - ,., n. ,, j,, . , , r,
method-, by which the A-y!u n i- heme,
operated and also in the practical man
ual training along certain lines uhich
Ihe scholars receive in addition to the
( onnecte, I w ith I he -steam
lau-drv, the .. ;.-h i
all Ik ing ,l,,ne l, -team.
A piltnp supplies
t h rough pipes wit h V! 1 1 .
Il is operated b t ;,, s
in i ng
runs the faundi
A mi in her ol g. ., . I in i
at e kept.
A tailoring department i- run by the
girls. In :t th-v cut and make aTt
clothes for both boy. and gills except
what are donated to the Asylum ready
The bovs ni:, ;l sh.
p'an. N'o ready ma
are bought. Th'e
hi the s,. me
ieg ,,r shoes
come cheaper and gi m - ,
The ( )rjdi ins Fi a, n I . i h,
institution is also run l.v il,
The children wh- an- e h
orphan's home stand wel
n, .,f the
ii. in ,1
a', d :
e ol I lirhain. recog
bils to a hi, h they
ined, and being dis-
been t r
posed likewise to pla -, 1 hose who leave
the school in a po-dion to look fill for
themselves, has given directions to his
malinger to always give employment to
every one who applies , f li nn this
school and it is t ,tcd to .!,- the htw
abiding clfet t ol the :a! and religion
training imparted nt tin- school that in
its whole history not one who passed
through il was ever conv.t led lor any
offence in any . on: t.
The hiol report ,,f the Sup.n intcnilent
shows 215 childien on the roll 11 were
admitted (luring the yi ir, 12 plated in
homes, 3 died and 11 were discharged.
The account kept with the farm run in
connection with the school i-hows a net
(trotit from it of 1705.82.- tin- one with
shoe shop a net profit I'rom it of 551.27; .
the printing office a net profit of if 1,410.32
Repairs and additions to the building
and other improvements have been made
during the year at a cost of $2,033.
To Arkansas and Ohio.
The Green Place Poultry Yards, W. IL
Bray, proprietor, made a s'iiHiient of
Silver Laced Wy.iudoties, yesterday to '
R. B. Thomas, Ark a lelphia, Arkansas.
Mr. Bray a'so has an order for fancy
poultry to be shipped to Cleveland, Ohio,
which he will get off next week. New
Berne poultry is getting celebrated holli
far and near. The display ol it at the
East Carolina Fair is always a prominent
feature and a surprise to everyone who
sees it for the first time, no matter what
they have heard before of its excellence.
And there is more fancy poultry, a great
cr number of varieties, and more beauti
ful specimens now in the yards of the
breeders of this section than we have ever
seen before. The industry is a growing
and profitable one. Don't fail to give it
due investigation when you visit the
Better on" than Other SUles.
There is plenty to indicate that on the
whole North Carolina is as grind a place
as can be found We come across one
more proof of tins in the conclusion
drawn hy Col. Burgw yn ol Henderson, a
prominent ane) very obsi rvant and intell
igent business man of Henderson from
what he ha seen on recent trips. The
Gold Leaf upon ids return home quotes
hi n thus:
He. tells that the business outlook is
more encouraging, he thinks, and in all
his travels and observations he is convin
ced our people are as well otl or better
than those of other States he has been in,
and certainly North Carolina upon the
whole is surpasseel by none.
Looklufr Eor the Wrecks
Mr. W. II. diadbourne left la-l night
to search for the w recks neat Lookout
shoals preparatory to their 'cing- blowu
up. The wr.'t k with the pro
jecting spar will no doubt be located
with comparative cast , the search for the
other two, w'll be like the proverbial
hunt for a net die in a hay slack as the
highest parts of tlcm are about eight
feet below the surface of the water. There
is nothing to do but to sail backward and
forward over tiie expanse of waters imel
whenever a dark appearance in the water
below is observed to examine and see
j On Thuisday the
Ibi.se pa.--cd tilt)
le w .1- announced at
. '-'o'i.' nays,
le, la : e, I , . --, , with
e tlooi an.i the :';.-
Wilson bill. The v,
5 o'clock as iollow
140, so the bill was
a wild shout from th
lcries. A later and nmir t o, in! , vim .
ination of the vote showed t hat 2of hael
voted lot the bill, including the -praker.
The announcement was greeted with
clicers and applaiisi in tiie gallerie s anil
on the floor, which lonlinuc! until the
The debate was t lo-cd , Messrs Reed,
Crisp and Wilson. Mr. WiNon, thn
author ol the bill wis carrietl from the
House on the shoulders of his colleagues.
Filled With Pearls.
A cot respondent w i ilcs n,
elor of a most -inguhir ...
w hich an oy ster w as f ,n:i.
At an oyster roast being ..
home of Mr. B. It. Brooks,
young ladies prt-ci.i was .,,
from r.ai li
eu 1 1 , nee in
i ,,,t .. ining
i, nab: as
lll a l lied
to get t he one t h ,t pi .a cd
Bv actual count i
over the shell and t
:ii is fir cx-
hibition at the Xew Berne Fair.
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