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- oc&l Sapertw.
ZXTjEnUndat tiki Pbtt Offie at A
Btrni, 2tr C a Msofut-sftut matter.
- T&e tariff has not yet been dis
posed of and : the prophesy that
GofgreMv woald adjoarn by the
' mi1rfl r 3n.lv hM fail Art nf fnlflll.
Two tariff bills are engaging at
tention. QZ these the Wilson bill
passed the House and the Senate
bill passed the Senate.
Neither Is op to the requirement
oi tue uatcago puRiorm. tkmier
ence Ooaugtttets, one from the
Ilonsa and the other from the
Senate, are now charged with the
niotiog Interests and presenting to
Cosgreas measure that will pass
both, houses and become th law of
the land. ..
, kji course mere must oe a com
. : promise, bo at present neither the
nrtnfArAAfl An ilia nirt nf ln Ran at A
, " or those of the Hoose seem disposed
- There is tittle room for o onoM
ions in the House,
1 The WUuV'bilt did not satisfy
the eons try, bat it wonld hsve
been accepted as a step in the right
direetion-haTing for its object a
tariff lor revenue only. The Senate
bit! is clearly a protective tariff. It
substitutes specific for ad valorem
. duties and sometimes imposes both
. on the same Importation.
There, tea great demand for
dienatcb. on the erouad that
business Interests are suffer fog
from . tbo . uncertainty of the
Situation; bat, we insist that there
shall be no hurry in a matter of so
great lmportanee. Toe tariff was
the great issaeia the last campaign
and (jongreas ougni nos to sojourn
without harinr oassed a tariff that
eon forms to the principles of the
- Chicago platform, Bat, as we have
said," there mast be a compromise
and it njw seems probable tnac
the Senate wflTreceed from its po
sition and allow iron and coal to
go ob the free list and permit some
modification of ' the sugar sched
ale. . ;
TIB. CLETELODA3D SILVER.
Sir. Cleveland has gained in pop
ularity of lata and s we are glad of
it. The JoTJXXAI. did all it could to
secure his election to the Presiden
We believed in kinu trusted in
hi ability kis patriotism, kia eoor.
are and kis konor.
We have been disappointed in
bis retention ef Eepablieans in
office any we were entirely mkta-
ken as to his position upon the sil
ver question. In ail other; respects
he has come up to the fall measure
The President, as already stated,
has grown ;in larer . recently. The
manheod and wisdom exhibited in
the late trying conditions that op
pressed the country have been ap
plauded all over the land.
Eat that to which we wish to call
attention this morning is the Pres
idents " attitude towards sil-
Tjie Washington Post, of Jaly
13th., contains the followiog spec
ial to the Post. Atlanta, Oa; July
12. Congressman John W. Maddox,
of the - seventh, ; Georgia district,
canvassing for reelection, tells of a
recent conversation with President
"Well, Maddox,' said the Presi
dent, how is everything down in
old Georglaf ' I suppose Ihey are
all cussing me down there'
Well," replied Maddox, "they
do not lite your financial poli
cy." . , - '
ul know that Maddox,'- said the
President, bat they are not a bit
more anxious for silver than 1 am.
Bat it, wont do now. I tell you that
no lees lam badly mistaken we will
-have the crowned beads of Europe
at oar feet and asking for our terms
before two years are gone."
! We have no doubt the President
said all this. This writer knows
Mr. Maddox. He is not as distin
guuhed as some others of the Geo
gla Congressional delegation, bat
no jn an in Georgia stands higher
for "veracity, and every element
that enters into the character of
a genucman, man air. juaaaox.
farther coinge of silver because the
coaimercial world will not recognize
it as money, but here is a clear in
timation of his intention to force
ite recognition, and then there
mill hA nodifRanltv in the wav of
; . If the President is sucooasful in
this undertaking his popularity will
be unbounded, and he will retire
the applauding shouts of a redeem
ed and prosperous people.
Both Trwas TJader Martial Law.
Wichita.'!. Jn4j 15. Tem-
rorarT aalet kas been restored in
the Cherokee tttrip towns Hoand
Pond and Boots End by the sr.
rival at seek pise of two troops of
regulars from fort ssao, wno sxs
unusr urueia avm ' vt awauinoa v
place the two towns snder martial
law and to eases the arrest of all
persons implicated la the outrages
Troops now patrol the Bock Is
land tracks. Tbe bridges and track
blown with dynamite Friday have
been ' temporarily repaired and
trains are again running as usual.
Another JUiest at Sacramento.
Sacbahetto, Oal, July 11.
Knox, the ehief of the American
Hallway Tnlon, -and strike man
ager -here, : was 'arrested to-day
charged - with 'complicity in the
a order of themes Who lost their
fives in Wednesday's train wreck.
THE CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
The Democratic Convention of
this district will assemble at Dunn,
in the county of Harnett, on'the
lth, of July 1894.
The late Craven County Demo
cratic Convention appointed Dele
gates to the Congressional Conven
tion but passed no resolutions in
regard lo if, thns leaving the del
egates to vote and speak 9s they
please, provided they speak for
Democracy and advocate and vote
for the nomination of a true Demo
crat. The number of candidates is un
usually large, and still the bars are
down so that whoever will can en
ter the race.
Nearly every county has a repre
sentative in the field, and it is
usual for delegates to support their
county man as long as there is a
reasonable hope of his nomina
tion. This writer holds the credentials
of a delegate, but it will be impos
sible for him to attend the Con
vention, and therefore we take the
liberty of suggesting that the main,
tenance of principles is very much
more important than the nomina
tion of any particular man.
Gentleman of the Convention,
please adopt a short and vigorous
platform, sound to the ore and
avoid personal bickerings. It any
man has a personal grievance let
him bear it like a man, and
not thrust it upon the party.
Let us be careful to avoid bring
ing about tbe condition of affairs
that is now so discreditable to a
sister State. Nothing can be more
humiliating to the good people of a
noble State than to see leading cit
izens engaged in a disreputable
contest for personal advantage to
the detriment of society.
Politics affords a field for the
display of the highest order of
manhood, and he who rises to tbe
highest plain is the best represen
tative of a brave, virtuous and in
We trust that the Dunn Conven
tion will leave no scars to be eye
sores throughout the campaign
Let our standard-bearer show no
wounds bat those inflicted by the
enemy in tbe hottest of the
This district can be carried by
fair and honorable means, butt will
require the United strength of the
on terrified Democracy.
The Journal has its pre fere n
ces, bat how as ever, it intends to
give its unfaltering support to the
nominees of tbe Democratic par
Rejected By the Managers the Strike
Will Be continued
Chicago, July 12. The general
managers refused to entertain
the proposition from Debs to-day
in wnicn ne orierea w
which he ottered to declare
would re instate their former
employes. This action of the
strike leaders was taken, they
claim, not because of impending
defeat, but in order that they
should be in harmony with the
suggestion President Cleveland
made in announcing that he
would appoint a commission of
The refusal of the general
managers to even consider the
proposition which would neces
sitate the dismissal of all men
engaged to fill the strikers
places and would place them
again in the power of the organ
ization which had paralyzed
their lines for days, was a de
cided set back to the union.
Every American Railroad
Union, Knights of Labor and
Federation of Labor leader
spoken to at headquarters to-day
declared that the refusal of the
railway managers to restore the
strikers to their positions, except
those convicted of crime, would
be the signal for the waging of a
relentless war on the corpora
tions, compared with which the
present strika would be tame
A DOSE OE QLI LEAD.
Strikers Attack Keenlars Who Return
Their Fire With Fatal Effect.
Sacbamento. Oal.. July 13. A
bloody battle occurred at 11 o'clock
this morning between strikers and
As the train reached I street, a
number of strikers, who were con
cealed oa the roof of a big building
m the vicinity of the city jail,
opened ire on the engine. The re
gulars returned the fire and two
strikers were killed and six others
were wounded. None of the soldiers
United States Marshal Baldwin
rode through the lower portion of
tbe city with -SO cavalrymen late
this afternoon, and proclaimed
martial law. He ordered all people
to disperse and return to their
homes under penalty of punish
ment by law.
Expecting a Reprlere to the Last Mo
meut He Meets HU Fate with
Chicago, Juiy 13. A crime
against the State was expiated on
the gallows of the Cook county jail
this morr.ing. Nearly nine months
have elapsed since the bullet of an
assassin deprived Chicago of her
Chief Executive, the State of one
other most illustrious citizens, and
the country at-large of a statesman
and a patriot.
To-day the crime was avenged
Patrick Eugene Prendergast suf
fered an ignominious death at the
bands of the hangman. The execu
tion was devoid of incident, for the
assassin went to his death like an
ox going to the shambles.
Up to the last moment nope
of iutorpositiou from some source
or another did not desert him,
although he was fully cognizant of
the fact that all efforts in both
State and Federal courts, aDd in
the Executive chamber had been
exhausted. When it came to the
end he nerved himself for a sup
reme effort and paid the penalty (
or nis crime wuaoui,
and without a word.
WASHINGTON LKi : il.
Fast t-oiil Ihth Mail r. n- i! Endors
ed Jiitlijf Alien.
Senator Riuoii n t i . , t' i..if
Btrong upercb in tien.. u. itn- fast
Southern mail p.-ruii.t nm ut
190,000 iul us u.-ual earr io.l tm
point In lght voteH. Senator Jar
vis voteil :igniust tbu iiii'iwiie in
the lntt-iet ot economy. This io
onemisiukf oar Juni r Sfnator
has made The way to practice
economy it not in Bach directions
as this. Whatever encourages busi
ness men is the safes'; sort of econ
omy. The place to begin economy
is in the U. S Senate when there
are too many clerks, messengers,
etc. etc entirely too many luxu
ries and medicines aud a thousand
other tbings I will mention at
length in the near future. I believe
when Senator JarviB' attention is
called to these tjtnfooleneB he
will be the very man to oppose aud
eliminate them. His whole record
prove? that he is inimical to such
It was a graceful thing for the
Senate to endorse Mr. Cleveland's
courage and flrmneBs in dealing
with thu strikers in the north
west. But for the President's re
markable nerve the result might
have been much more serious.
To-day there is a tight deadlock
in the tariff conference room.
The House conferees back by tbe
Speaker and doubtless by Cleve
land are determined to acc -pt no
"Gorman compromise" that varies
much from the original Wilson bill.
The main fight will be over iron
ore, coal and sugar.
North Carolinians hers speek
very hizhlv of the appointment of
Judge W. li. Allen by the Dover
nor of ortb Carolina, lie was
educattd at Trinity College and
read law under his father Col, W
A. Allen who for eighteen oonse
cutive years represented North
Carolina iu the State Senate. He is
closely related to Judge Allen G
Thurman and Hon W Allen of
Ohio. His mother, Miss Maria
Goodman Hicks, of Granville was
named for an aunt who will be
pleasently remembered by all tbe
older residents of Raleigh. Sbe is
buried in the old cemetery in
Raleigh beside ber ancle Hon
Absolom Titum, member of the
Second Congress, a man of extraor
dinarv ability whose remarkable
and romantic history has never
been written but who is tbe only
man to whom tbe Legislation of N
O. ever erected a momument
Judge Allen inherits judicial and
executive ability from both sides of
his familv and I trust this is but
the beginning of an illustrious
career for him. He is about thirty
three years old.
WHERE THE AKK RESTED,
Nothing But bnow Covers the De
solate top of Mr. Ararat
Mt. Ararat has two tops, a few
hundred yards apart, sloping on
the eastern and western extremi
ties, into rather prominent abut-
ments, and separated by a snow
valley, or depression, Irom 50 to
100 feet in deptb.
The eastern top. on which we
were stinuing, was quite exten
sive, and thirty to forty feet lower
than its western neighbor. Both
tops are hummocks on the hnge
dome of Ararat, like the homoa on
1 1 J-tfaoTjtlla Tig At n a cornel, on neither one
of which is there a vestige of any tb
ing but snow
There remained just as little
traee of the crosses left by Parrot
and Chodzko as of the ark itself,
We remembered the pictures we
had seen in our nursery books,
whieh represented this mountain
top covered with green grass, 'and
Noah stepping out of the ark, in
the bright, warm sunshine, before
the receding waves; and now we
looked around and saw his very
spot covert d with perpetaal snow.
Nor did we see any evidence
whatever of a tormer existing cra
ter, except perhaps the snow filled
depression we have just mentioned
There was nothing about this per
petual snow-field and tbe freezing
atmosphere that was chilling us to
the bone; to remined us that we
were on tbe top of an extinct vol
cano that once trembled with con
vulsions of subterranean heat.
The view lrom this towering
height was immeasurably extensive
and almost too grand. All detail
was lost all color, all outline; even
tbe surrounding mountains seemed
to be but excrescent ridges of the
plain. Then, too, we could catch
only occasional glimpses as the
ciouas snmea to ana no. At one
time they opened up beneath us,
and revealed tbe Aras valley with
its glittering ribbon of silver at an
abysmal depth below.
Now and then we could descry
tbe black volcanio peaks of All
Ghez, forty miles away to the
northwest, and on to the southwest
tbe low mountains that obscured
the town of Bapazid. Of the
Caucasus, tbe mountains about
Erzerom on the west and Lake Vac
on the south, and even of the Cas
pian Sea, all of which are said to
be in Ararat s horizon, we could
see absolutely nothing Ex.
To be Tried in State Court.
San Francisco, Cal., July 14.
United State District Attor
ney Cartner has received a
telegram from Attorney Gen
eral Olney which approves of
the decision of Gartner in hold
ing that those guilty of wreck
ing the train near Sacramento
must be tried for murder in the
State courts auJ not in the
United State courts.
The district Attorney of Yolo
county has been notified that
the United States will proceed
against such persons for ob
structing the mails in the event
that they escape conviction in
the State courts.
Fatal Train. Vf reek in Michigan.
Battle Creek, Mich., July 16.
Passenger train N . 6, on the
Chicago and Grnnd-Trunk railroad,
was wrecked a' 5 o'clock this morn
ing at this poicf .
fireman Thomas Crow was in
tantly killed. Engineer Miller,
Brakeman Mitchell, Conductor Bis
hop, and Baggageman Adaxs
were all out and badly bruised. A
woman named Roberts, of Chicago,
was badly cut about the bead and
face, and also injured internally.
Several more of the passengers
were badly cut and bruised, but
none were fatally hart.
The wreck was tbe work of train
wreckers. All ttaa!s of the skin cured, and lost
complexion restored by Johnson's Orien-
( , 1-ul
lie is JMill i'o inu 1" V . i '.i. i
Strike, lint Ili 1. 1 in 1 i .u
the Strikv ij I'ror' t '
is t iintradic'rt!
t lie Depot".
Chicago, July jc,i'ro.-;.
Deb's, of the American
union, still claims to h- ;
ot coming out ahead
fight with the railroads
Said Mr. Debs. W,
everything solid we-d
Mississippi. That is our si:
hold 1 claim thai as long a
haye traffic stopped at any
point we have not lost th' i
Uut everything seem?
running smoothly on the
ent roads, does it not--'
"Oh, well," admitted; :
leader, "the passenger ..iin s.-;
in and out is being i :. ;;.:
fairly well, hut then ;:
freights moving at a';'., - .1 that's
where we have the best i,f them.
That's where we expect y
pie the enemy.'"
At the depots Mr. Debs" stau
ment that freight traffic i
paralyzed is not by any means
borne out. Most of the road
are moving freight without the
When shown a press dispatch
stating -that Heathcole the
leader of the Pullman strikers,
had asked him to call oil
the strike, Debs denied it flatly
"The Pullman strikers are iu-i
as firm as ever," he said.
From Sacrameanto and Oak
land Cal., and Ciucinati aud
loledo, Ohio come encouraging
reports to the effect that trains
are moving regularly, work in
shops being resumed, for strikers
are visible etc.
THEY WANT TO GO HACK.
Pullnifcn'g Employes Anxious to Com
promise and Retnrn,
CbijagoJ III., July 15. It Ijmh
just developed that Chairman
Heathcote. ot the committee of
strikers ol Pullman, was sent 'o
President Debs, of tbe A. li. I'.,
on Thursday asking him to call oil
the boycott and strike. " j answer
has been returned as yet.
It is given oug that the request
of tbe Pullman stiikers to declare
the boycott off and peimit them to
return to work was the real cause
of the sending of the conciliatory
proposition to the general manag
ers. Tbe majority of the Pullman
employes are anxious oretarn to
A Careless, Over-Zea'.ous Reporter"
Chicago, Ilk .Tuly l i- "While
rushing along at a high rate ui
speed the Ghicgo iv: Northern
Pacific suburban train for
Forest Home ran into an open
switch at Fourteenth and 1
streets yerterday evening and
crashed into a heavy Wisconsin
Central freight engine standing
on the next track. Three pas
engers on the suburban train
were injured in the wreck, both
engines were ruined and tw..
coaces wrere telescoped. Nobod
It has leaked out that the
wreck was caused bv the mis
placing tnrougn carelessness oi
a switch by J. T. Hollister. a
reporter for a Chicago morning
paper, who was acting as switch,
man, in order to be on the
"inside' in getting news among
railroda employes. He was
promptly secured and jailed,
but was bailed out this morning.
WHEELMEN BREAK RECORD-.
Ja Milss in 1 esg thrtii (S
yil.en io Less than 142
Detroit, Mich July If i". II.
Herrick and C. H. Barthel of the
Detroit wheelmen went against the
o and 50 mile road record over the
Belle Isle course this morning, and
both succeeded in smashing the
world's road record tor the :5
miles, 1:69:26 l-o, made by W.
Grant over the same course on
June 1(3, making the distance in
Barthel went for the tifty mile
road record and covered the dis
tance in 2;L'1.3.) 1-5, which makes
a new record.
A Tennessee Marshal After Di-b- ami
Chicago, July 1 1. A deputy
United States marshal from Ten
nessee arrived in town this morn
ing, tie had a summons to serve
on President Debs, Vice President
Howard, Secretary Keliher and
Director Rogers, requiring them
to appear before the United States
Circuit Court ol the western dis
trict of Tennessee at the August
term and show cause why they
should not be punished for violat
ing tbe injunction issued by that
cour restraining them trom inter
fering with railways engaged in
carrying the mails and inter-State
commerce within the jurisdiction
of the court.
Papers were se, ved on Rogers
and Keliner at 11 o'clock, and on
Debs and Howard when they came
out of the meeting of the executive
committee an hour later.
CONSTANTINOPLE J5.VDLY YVKEl
Over Two Hundred Live l.--'. in the
Hi eeut Eiirtlhiiuike-.
London, Julv I1 '.--Tin- Daily
News correspondent in tViisiii!!-
tinople savs of the recent r: '
"Hivery (lav shows th e. e
original disaster va- me
serious than was at first s ap
posed. The number of deaths
certainlv exceeds -KC. and the
088 of prooertv is iinnii'iise.
Thousands of houses have i
damaged. The mosone ef r'!
Sophia was damaged. bi;t e,,n f,,
repaired. Ihe city au w .,
Gt'THKiE, Ok, July :
Trouble between tlu- Ko:;i
.""ond Deooh' and the R
Island railway- broke out anu
to-dav. Two bridges we;
burned at Kouiid loud ami a.i
trains stopped. Governor Low
will offer 500 reward for the
conviction of the parties burning
the bridges and has also de
manded of the railway company
that they do their part toward
stopping" lawlessness and stop
trains and Enid and Hound
Pond, in accordance with city
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: KEN I ON CORRESPONDENCE.
; ( -rant) ( jiii cut i ai Ami Oilier
' Democratic party iem-
' a county ooaventiou at
. a ;a ,': ttiirday the Mth of
y. IJeLi.i.'IS.-ock chairman J, N.
l.very precinct aud township had
e -e: of delegates present who
.."'.'..iiacd brimful' of enthowafim
! ; 'QeC uiKf of democracy. Dele
j.e.res Were appointed to the State,
( e.gieKBional seiia'rial and judi-
; oiKpaired of several ot the dele-
t!ie proppecta of the Demo
: . : party in Jones at the present
J'iie answer from all was tlat
C'o-'.k was much better tbaa
' : wo years ago that severed
in retotore :,r'.ls wonld eupport
ear canss this year, and the whole
;i rty was in much better trim than
a- h;id bo-en for some time.
Tne convention instructs the
dedotratos to the State convention
; ) urie u;on 1 1 1 a r body the impor
r.tnee of every good Democrat in
"-oifu (Carolina having the oppor
tunity of expressing a choice for
r-cxt United States Senator.
Let the democrat voter ot .Junes
f.un'y have a chance to express
their choice tor rteiucur and Lion.
T. J. .larvis will receive at least
nine tenths of vnt(s of the demo
ocrats over all oompeaition. (.iov.
:J '.iv;pi in certainly very popular
here I kno.' wlifwii 1 nftk.
Thi inbli.' m;::i.i"! :n.nse near Mr.
i'Vc i; Grri-a;' w.j;-. dcstio- d
:i-e e-.r j.;ght thought to be
" ;-: of an incendiary.
e - ;..id the heaviest ra;a of the
srr. jesteiday evening.
A Rery to "II. "
'di:. Edi'Ihk: Your cor espon
dia.tV report of our oratorical pow
eis in the Populist ooavf ntion of
Paoihco Co. ou the i'l: ri -t is
lacking in oue gre.c essential
Truth, ; perhaps tit" reason of
it! absence he was suffering from
;-n accnte attack of Rheuma-
' luily John B. Mirtin, C.
Kstella Jennie, eldest daughter
all. and Mrs. J . F. Maids of
LV- 1" Jones cnuty passed quietly
iw.'.y ia the evening of July b:h
tfter a protracted illness Tvphoid
j fcvei , yrs, ol age. Jennie was a
' iavoii'.f with us, By ' er genial d:s
! ;'0.-;:t:on and chri.'-t an character,
j sin? :i aidily won her way into all
j aoare- with whom she c iXxH in con
I oitcu lind oursel. es wouder
jucrii g at the disposition of Divine
Providence, yet we know that all
1 things work togethpr for good.''
Taksa from ua in the bloom of
youth, yet wh:!u her presence
.;n-iOeg as seems to be essential,
and her :i;tiaen..v for good was
beiDg felt, to be transplanted in
tb?it brighter realm to complete
t h bt t-odU uiission begun and so
s jou ended here.
'Ve commend the sorrow stricken
father, mother, brothers and sisters
te Ilitn who heals the broken
i fictrrs ana can mate gau even in
r : . iieiir of trouble. Jennie we will
i !. i i ai. i e see you here but if we
: faithful we shall see you iu
tii it Sunday school, whose superin
tendent is Jcsuh.
K. F. F.
( hristiaus Ri'.W at Cores.
Loudon, July 10. -A dispatch
irom Shanghai to the Times says
that the tumult iu Corea has been
renewed and that in the last out
break several Christians were kill
ed. Fieuch missiouaries are now
menaced and a gunboat has been
sent to the point neatest them to
News and Observer Sold at Auction.
Raleigh, N. C, July lo-. Tbe
N'ewe and Observer was sold at
.mi 'Mon by its receiver this even-
i ': were three bidders R. T.
Cr t an undisclosed person, S.
v T 'iMiinson for W. H. Wi.har.i.
and J N. Holding.
Holding was the bujer.Tlie miet
paid was $,810. The paper wdl be
e iiiMoui'd, and it is naid man-.
?nts will be m -tde. A mt
. persons at c e e tl' e e
take stock in, it if giva.. .,.t
tuuity. The State Chronicle v. not
1 ii ciioroseopical
tion au 1 '-heinicaj
uniic. is a
itile titd in determining
"ha nature of many ehromc
iiiw.'OSdif, particularly these
a' th nc-i'Ous -ystem,
tl .d, l!e-r. ki !a .'Vs. and
liiuildei. Tii--.-- ni.is make
a KMMble t- 'i- at -ueb dis-eis,-s
fiuceest"'iily t.t a dis
tance, without personal ex
amination "i the patient.
Thus Brigh Disease of the
K:dnev3, Iatlammation of
tba Bladder, Gravel, and
other Diseases of the Uri
i.a y 'Jrgeus are success
fully treated ; Nervous De
bility. Exhiiustion, DFopsy,
Liver Disease, and many
-itbiT Chronic Maladies are
cui-iid without seeing the patient. Write for
qu tion blanks, treatiee, and other informa
tion, describing ease, and Inclose 10 cents, in
stamps, to pay postage.
Address, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, No. 063 Main Street, Buf
falo, N Y.
Ruta Baga jtnd Turnip
3eedsl lb. 35c. 5 ITd 30c. 10
;v' jTc 25c. All fresh, new stock
!at Mace's Drag Store, New
.n'j Borne IT. C.
1 Lii-ditli Senatorial District.
v- i : tin- Dei
e "f tie-a-sted
. 1 ! 1 l
r. : II-
! " M !' -' '
. Kx. (
o. ( i:o ,bii i.
Or 0 l aeokc One o) li I nn- S-iirsiiicr
I'.CKOit- ei tile Alliinlie Cavst. !
The people ol North Carolina j
are conversant with th history o- i
Pirate Teach, or Ulack Beard,:
from the fact that he made h:s ,
rendezvous and vas captured our i
At Bath one of the oidetd to'.vus j
ia the South, situate! al,jut -"(. j
miles up the l'.mhco from O tu j
coke, Teach is n;.:d to nave been in i
collusion witti th.? Governor, and j
there st oied lie- snoilsof his niruti-
'. i'sp!d:t"ei' i
( ):-"! :, . . . ,:,
loitnil, una r:,. (.
Cedl.irs he ihci! : e
tence. On t he i ' .nd ,
also he is said i i:
iiddvn many tieasu: es, aim n
was captntcil oat- m
his men wet" on short
. S ' il TO llO
r: :ng wi.en
Teach bail a pias-j
boding dangei , and as
waned he paivd the jn i
longing to see -he Pgh
; 11 ;m t Ol
fipgered a)0.r!i ;.pjea;' ia i :i
ern h jri.ou. A . he .v .ik-.-d t.-,
of his vessel, auchored not ii
land, a scowl whs on his lro'
and anon he was heard oven
Island, to cry out, O, Crow,
and tins is rr.vn ;la- o-:
e dc ek
7 ' n c f
the iiiima, The "natives tu t hi? day
cad ibe place 0-urj.-cock.
During rtoeut years tins island
has grown to be iinmens-o y pep.
ular as a summering place, and tor
genuine hOi.lth, sport and plcarnre
it is uusni'!.ised. The uland is
two miles wide, eighteen miles in
length, and on the one side the
Pamlico Sound spreads our m
magnificent beauty, while on the
other the dashiDg billows of the
Atlantic strike the shore in musical
A beautiful lake of a mile in
diameter dotted withsul, fringed
with bending tea trees, makes a
beautiful b.ick-ground for the hotel
building which stands on the shore.
The island is so located that it
matters net which way the wind
blows one gets the sa't sea air,
invigorating and heakhgi ing.
The sporting facillies are fine.
No better trout, bice fish, sheeps
head, and drum fishing can be
found, and devotees to gun and
dog And here a pu-adise. Presi
dent Cleveland, Secret aries Car
lisle and Gresharu sper,t several
days around the island ti-hicg and
hunting and the Presiden- en ied
it better than the Adirond-ics.
XT.... r. .'.ill I' ... 1 ....
j. oi fciuuug, bid i ,B'i Ki,:t. water
bathing Oerocoke is the finest re
sort on the coast. Washington
100 Reward si 00.
t'le!- of tie- pip.-! will :,K J.i,
e-irr, th it there is at le ist one
ili-ii-i-e tll.lt scieliei; lets U'lll utile
in :el a- tiLre-, and that i
Hall- t':i:,'in!i ( ure is tt-e on'.v
elire know n ti- the liiedieal Iru-
ed !., i
t'liiil'.Mi f 'flitr i eoiist:!u!;eiiui
reijiiire- n i i m-t itii! ii inal Heat
Hai;'- atarrh t'e:e : taken in-iit-
tiusr dii'i ct uiion the lilood
lefa e el the system, there-
!etrnyins: the fn'indution of the
iliseasc. and giving the patient -trencrth
In- building up the eniiatiuitijn anda
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors Lave so much faith in its
curative powers, t Ii it they oiler One
Hundred Dollars for any ease" that it iaiN
to cure. Send fur list i:' testimonial
Address, F. J. t. II l-NKV ,V CO .
Id t.v lnu-i-!s.
A Certain Safe and Efioctlve Remedy lor
SORE, WEAK and INFLAMED EYES,
Proftuc.ui Lona-Sightpdnosft, ana
Restoring the Sight of the old.
Cores T-.-ar rops, Grannlation, Stye
Tumors, ifed yes, Matted Eye Lashes,
a.-mjj i iiOlHJCINQ QUICK RELIEF
A.VU PERMANENT CORE.
Afso, fi?Qlly ellienolons whpn nso1 In
ier mil Indies, naeH oh I leers, Fever
Jior.-j). l.iT-.ors. Salt Rtienm, linrns.
HifU'.ri.LX SALVK may be used ti
SOLD BY ALL DRUGClvTS AT 28 CENTS. f'.
Hiiillino CJoinmiinit -
Moulding & Ceiling
C. J. SCHEELKY,
Bllllilill-l.UIillier Supjilie . ('m
ner Atliioie & Gl itliK li St -
xi: ukkx i:. x. v.
Or. E. C. West's Nervo and Brain Treatment
pold nndT pocillve, written irurirunti.( by nuTli-.r-iz"d
agents odIj1, t cure Ve..k Mc:i:":y; I.iir-J i.f
Iirnin nui Nervo Tower; Lot Mntihoixi; yuii-ki
Nialit L.i5se; K. il Drenu; l.ni k of CVusWea. i.-
fervonne3; l.nfitxidp; QIl I)ri;ltL; l.."i-:dr.f l'v.-r
oj the Generative. Organs In eitLer Bex, caue.l by
nver-exnrtlnn; Vouthful Errors, or Exce--ive I 'e of
Tobacco. Opiura cr Liiunr, which pocvu li-ml to
Ml.-er, Ccn?utiiption, Insanity aLd iK-nth. By ma::.
?1 ft lioi; ti for f.": wlh written irliarant.-e to cur.- o
rt'fnnrl mnney. WKSl's eorciii SVK1I'. Ac.rtnm
cure for C'limlis t ..:!!-, Alhmn, l!r"U( h!ri-, Cr. ..:..
Who ..j.irjK e ivh. 8- ltironl. r':eua:it to t:C'.:
himill mze, rii-i'oBrlnued; olil. Roc. i?.e, now '.'.".,-. , o;.i
tl cie, uuw frje. UUAliA l'Killi liUuU ouiy Cy
F. S. DufTy, Sole Agent,
Berne, N. J.
L I F Ei
f 1 V -J
And Wci-Jini- i i,m
I i a lee
1 , .
! 1 1 1 1 1 il
11. II. O.
lamps! for new
207 to 21 I
LADIES uo -.oi; K-.-..V.-
DR FELIX LE QRUN'3
STEEL BHD PQfflTBOYBL FILLS
ar thr original a:
1 only FltKNriT, Htih
iuh rk.' . l'r iri' 'l i -
liutlo curp on t
mail. Gouuiuo tuld
F. S. DUF
i 11 I l:t,M iUln ii.. I tii , inrl.,1
l7h. cutler' 6.,
Nw Wc m.e.i ,i (.-.i.li'.v i t liu'lec
rncie erv much lv!'-iw ill'
X V iel : . i:iv...inn ot vi.ur
pl.in- .wet e-tini.Ui-s
;S AND MULES" 50
850 to 1450 lbs. Each
adapted to all purpose
no of Buggies and
Street,VNew Berue., JM. u.
I XI) KB HOTEL ALHEUT.
? 1.00 and 2.00.
I'ihli ui ih.it must go
ne dress ;
;ooils low down. N. C-
I n TAXT.S from 50 ets. up.
"I i dollar, an the uncertainty of finanriali
li-- time-, -iii.l (rdi.illy invite an examinu
' . .1. HIVlITfl.
and General Surgeiv.-
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one ponnd of Scrap Iron
is ever used in these goods.
DURABLE, CONVENIENT and ECONOMICAL.
All Modern Improvements to Lighten
Twenty different sizes and kinds.
Every Stove Warranted Against Defect.
Prlet-s not much higher at this time
than on commoner kinds of Stoves,
Ca'A im or address
iicw Berne, H C.
lass Yacht Sails and Rinrina; at
so i ibtainable on the seaboard. Also
Outfits For Fishermen.
boat and we will submit
on her complete outfiU.
- 1. - - - - otr
Illustrated Catalogue of Sails and Marine Goods.
CARPENTER 6r CO.
and WASHINGTON, N. C.
ALL WATER ROUTE.
DAV.S 1 IV M.
NEW YORK CITY.
BsjTIVivfry via O.I- S..S.C.-o. Guaiun-
Ho Transfer Charges.
Ill I I. i I ei lK I. INK.
I! 1.11 Mi KK ll.l) It A Y LINE.
Ife-r.iv -K" IUKVCK M. M.TKAN8.CO.
v -in v. n iv. U- e. NUKKDLK A WASH
I iV s. It (.'(.
Il( 11 M' I V 1 ) , Va. S. 11. CO.
KALl'H GRAY, Ajrt.
Xew lierne, N. O.
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
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