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$1.00 Per Year
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
Single Oopies, 5 Gents." -
NEW BERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. AI'i.i ST 23, 1894.
You will find
well as in
f other parts
:m : of the
V.z. r - .
-. - It
v - Another Item in
:;sf:Jaiiy part of the
v P.per asinterest
ing to the people
of - this section as
F- that we are
S. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooo
The Leaders In
j? X'JVX GOING 'X
HUNN &l McSORLEY'S
47-49 Mock St
:;' rORA REFRESHING DRINK OF
-'; ci;-'' "Pineaple Sherbet, Ice Cream
- "- j-T Boda. Shaved Ice's, Co a Co'a,
1 and Soda Water on Braoght
I'll also get on of their Excellent Cigars.
PI, I N PROOF.
That Rpy. W. L. West ofOcraeoko Was
D-nnk in w Bern" A Snrprls.
New Banc. N. C. Aw.:. 7.
Mr. E. S. Mit't.
Dear iA. : I le.irn ilia: at a recent ion
.. roncc o:' ihe Northern Methodist C hurch
.. Id at Hattcms, X. C. the committer
ippointed to investigate tlie charges
a:.-u:nt R'v. W. K. We:-', the pitor of
that church at Ocraeoke, N. C. ofn'leged
d "uukennoss while in New Bcnu1, divided
that the eh. i; v ere la'sv
Sevrral pc-)ie, mcml. ot'tirit rhureh
aiuong them three of their minister - c:inie
up here to investigate and get statements
and did gei suiteiuents from men i l' the
brf-t character who sjtw the Kev. -t in
his drunkeji condirinn. Kttch of the miti
islers wli . can e uj) her;' to get -t;itr-ment
' ' ' e -. i hey . :'t tl it the i
i - t . ,t i: . ' ! . . . ; Ii o . w -r-
su::-;K: f die tru.ii oi die siatemeiiu.
Mow -t tppei: -s to me tltat those who
came hen. Tor and got statements from
good men and men they cannot help
kjowintr to oe of h';o;h character certainly
must not lu-.ve exhibiteil thoe statements
to the c-n . .:rv, did not report cor-I
rvctiy tht in' s;1io .;ents and if this is so
the churo'i :'::d ' ; -re . people vt the
chui. . cspvi...iy :it Ocrncoke have loon
imjwsfd UM-.ii ;uui -.'mu'd know t ie truth
w i on piouse lei me Know what state
..iis you nj-.Je to those who came to
you for statements, as near as you can id
regard to the allege! drunkenness of the
Rev. West. Very Truly.
Jas. A. Thom s.
New Berne, X. C. AuU'. S. 1S94
Mr. Jas. A. Thuma.-.
. Dear Sir: Yonr favor o:' the Ttii in-t.
is receiTcd and noted.
In reply to yo tr request tl l 1 let you
know what statement I made to those
who came to me for statements in regard
to the alleged damkenness ot the Hev.
West. I will ?av, that some t; lie in the
latter part ot Februmy, or first part of
i 'rch. this y. .r. I saw a n-an at the
jrne of Miitdie and South F ont streets
in this city in a very drunken condition
leani-ig against the store occupied by
Lucas and Lewis. I went close to him
atid saw perfect. y well his condition.
I bis man answered perfectly in every par
ticular to the description given nie of the
H.-f. Mf. West. At that time I did not
know the man personally.
I have made the abo.e statement to
several who came to me for it and who
I urderstoxl were investigating the
Subsequently, this same man came to
my place of business and introduced him
self as Mr. West, and askad to see me, we
went into my office. lie then asked m'e
if I had said that he came to my place of
business drur I to'ci him no I had not
se'd he came to my place drunk, but that
I IiaJ said I su a man n:iswcri;i-; his de
scription drunk at the corner ot Mi Die
and ixmth Front streets leaniiiu a-ain-t
the store of-i.iic.Ls and Lew'-, am! that
when I saw lutn 1 d,.! not kimw v, ho lr
was, bat after he introduce', himself I
kcjw who it was. and th.r It was hlni
ana he was drut k. lie ask 'd me. "Do
yon say so audi stick to tiia. ti.nv' ! to'd
h' a "Yes, u.o- m:::i' af.i -, a el tii.it I
would sw ir t.. .t. lie then let": ir.e. 1
haT e not seen L tu s".,i -
This is what i know and. '- nh eat the
statements 1 have made t" several who
have asked m.- diout the liiitw.
Ye.v Tru'y Y- ;; -
K. s. thki:t.
"Biuevilis ,vro..iit by want oi tie ttLt" ;.
As well as wa.it of htart.
By want ol t'tou'-tht mothers adow
daugntcisto 1 ceo ue frail and puny. Over
Sii'ily in gir s induces uterine u i. so r jet's
find weaknesses, and blights their future
happiness as wives and mothers. Joined
to p -oper hygienic care, Dr. Pierce's
i: . or'ue Presciiptiou is a priceless re
La -iy in sric i ailtnents, its value become
int; even in '-ft apparent every year. Usina
it, '.hew an, debilitated school girl gain
er or. fit ih and spirits. lo::Dg tiiose
c: rhly hejdaches, tormenting backaches.
nor, dejection, and other symptoms
ot iimc.iona' irregularities, and nervous
deb ity. It never harms the most delicate
Robertsda'e. Iluntinirilon Co., l'a.
World's Dispensary Medical Association:
Gentlemen I cannot sufficiently ex
press to you my gratitude tor the benefit
your medicine hns conferred upou my
daughter. Of "late. she has suffered no pain
whatever. It is simply marvelous. You
have just reasou to call it your 'Favorite
Pijscripth l " and to stake voo- reputa
tion as a physician on it. A favorite pre
scription it Is. indeed, to you and to
thousands in this land, and I believe will
he to suffering women the world over.
Four gratefully. Thomxs Thiki.ivf.ll.
Asthma cured by newly discovered
tpeatrreat. Ptmiphiet; testimonials and re
ferences free. Address World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo. X. Y.
EI. X7V. tiiKr j t .x .sxmcT-i
Under Gaston llojse, South Front Street, New Berne. N. C
F'UIL.L. 11 IN JLdl OF
Stoves, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
Lime, Plaster and Cement.
DEVOES PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
CP Personal attention to the prompt and correct filling ol all
orders. m s Mm w. (low
73 MIDDLE STREET
HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
8ash, Boors and Blinds. Stoves, Lime, Plas
DEVOE'a READY - MIXED PAINT.
L.H, GUTLER a 00.,
HATi'KMX.S OK Til K DAY,
China - war
1 1 io junk departm1-;-,
The i h:" tat
Sept. llh and
The K--Ui li.iea;.
iudorsed the I'opu
':.!'.iain -oi'i ' '
countv. have ' it'll
and sentenced to 1
A iTaimcniep.t - hue 'no
trrand reunion nt' K-l i r,ft
eili on Wedncsuav "t ;
Oito'tx-'r 24ti. Tin- ma. .ic
thotisand i'l littetid.
An i chan'e - iy ''.i- "
daring.' Ye- a:nl. ti'i .c- t
new - i
ruJerj;ccs arc iui
Thev were inteiceptr
near Snn Fran; ico
The cruiser Char;
md uarne l off.
to the seat id war. She satie 1 I'l'mn S.iii
Kraneisea i'ii the l;hh ! join the A-;au-s
luadron un del Coin aui -lore t'arpeiiter.
A fill, Slate ticket i- like'y l. li - none.-
iiated hv the S. C. com .-litem, notwitli-i
standing Tii'inati i-ai:;i.-t :t.
Hti-. Tlioari- l)ioii, of New Yolk, i
to lecture m vi Tu -il.iv nitrt in Kalciitli
on Hie (ia' -- '( Ile-iveu and Hell"' in '
motlern J : J ' i.
Some pei'; do not :ipj
whichjinay a count foi i 1
f "Cyclone Jim" Murshu
Conirressman. by his i ot:-
i- turiiiiitj down
U the Viririnta
-e killed l.v
Here is a. .pie
o fiieer on i o:i r I ;
tVes a B:rtih tla:
Ion: It a
. hine-e !
: as a vu-
the Japan. - . w i
1 'o 1 1 u I i
Fo ii r
arrested at 1 tidianapol:- Sunday
elating the Saobath I'v nuikiii
The Xorth ( 'arolina delegation voted
solidly in the House caucus for the re
solution proposin: in accept separate
amendments to the tarlV 'd.!'. The Senate
bill docs not irenera'.Iy stii: the deloitation.
!nt they realized that ii" tariff legislation
was possible uiiie the Il 'iise we led
from its p .-Ition.
Another illustration of the siin' that
"there ss nothing new undei the suu." is
found in the assertion that the Coreans
used an iroii-lad ship in their war
with Japan in 16119. This turtle back
ran into and punched holes in the Japa
nese wooden ships and sank them. She is
still in existence at Yonj; Yi n;'
The Xew York Herald prints the Japanese-Chinese
war news in Japanese
and Chinese for its Chinese and Japanese
readers It is said to look like a combina
tion of tire-cracker hdici
amid tea box
a-r. that Ameri-
gets there even
iter.-1 tare. It shows, howe
can n-wspap.-r enterprise
if it has to tackle liivivg'yph.c
An executive reward ot '0
for Andrew Oxenuinc. a notu
attin. who burned Bute s i!ev
Atlantic Coast Line. Ovendi"
jail bit! but c-.i ape 1 1 . n. 1 : n. -
s c lb red
: ; I,. - aei : I ; .-a x s
i-a :'. ".Is man. the
cannot be nrres
threats and is a vc
The defeat ol toe I' .pulist-KepuMi-can
fu.-ion in Tcnue.-j.-ce and Alabama by
decisive mtijorllies is one of iiie mo-t im
portant political resii is i-f modern times.
Had the contest bee'i c . in either of
those States, hope would have
for the Popmiats and their allies but
they they are dehaied in Tennessee by
oyer 15,00" in a ligir yo,c. ami the ma
jority against them . Alabama is not
only overwhelming, but it comes ft"-m
every section oi the Mate ami Ironi every
ass aim condition o. voters the while (
count n - ati. I the
ick belt united in giv-
(Ja.ts for (Tovernor.
ing majorities for
mill iiietv ca.i
no future battles fought
bv the op-.l isitioti
TcnneSs e. Ex.
r Aui'iaiiia or
s tys: The tariff bll
bill at all. It might
t .North Carolina.
- fa: I letter than no
still be improved.
but we sould not torget
taxation and raises su tit'
meet the neid.s of the
does not carry out the I
that it reduces ;
1 nt revenue to j
( lovernment. It I
-ea of free raw j
an .mportant )art o
the Democratic doctrine, out much may I
le dotic hercalt.-r to remedy these def
ects." Pri si. lent Cat not ol the French Ixepub
lic is avenged. His murderer Saulo Cas
erio the anarchist, was guillotined at live
o'clock Weenesday morning the 15th
in-t. A detachment ot soldiers .rn-iriled
the execution gr--tin ,ls. Caserio xvas led j v
from his cell to the guillotine with his j
arms tirmiy bound behind him. When h;
xvas seized to be laid under the knife he
struggled fiercely to get tree but ot course
unavailing! y and at live precisely the knife
fell ami his head robed in the basket.
He shmi ed at the last. Courage, com
mits long live anarehv."
NEW BERNF, N C.
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one pound of Scrap Imn
is ever used in these gooda.
DURABLE, CONVENIENT and ECONOMICAL.
All Modern Improvements to Lighten
Twenty different eizes and kinds.
Every Stove Warranted Against Defects.
Prices not much Jaieher at this time
than on commoner kinds of Stox'ea.
Call on or address
New Sersie, H. G.
LIST (! I'KKMIl'S
Awarded al 'he ! -'if:h Annual lixlnhit
of Ihe Oric-. t iii Iniliis'nal stuck.
Fruit and A lti 'cm tural Fair As
sociation. Held in New Hern,
it. v needle
)' Mark- cY
-, .rk . -pei
-ii. drv t:o
Ml- Fthcl II Ch
u.irk ijiiilt. -1
Mr- Co; rt.'e F M.l
Mrs Ciara Calcui
Mrs I ; : i i:
Mrs Su-an date- of II
:! i i.e 1 ..aid. "
m .- dt.:d.. il . .
mis (ieor-e Ka liaidi-oli.
hearth rur. "in.-
. L 1 1
-et home made
Mr- Mil i y A (
home ma. le. ",-i"
Mis M ir A ( if. en. be-t pa
h Mile ma. le. -Y 1
Mrs Tie .mas Tax lor. bet
Mi's ( b'. O'-'e 1' M . '. lor. be-t
-t' 'cki ML'S, i
Mrs am e 1 'op. . 1 : -pe
made stitching. 'J'h
MI'S Catoloie !-'e best -p.
made lace. -Vic
ir Mlia a lie: i. lie.-t
,xii- lLittie llarget. be-t
haiiderkerchief. 125 c
's imjn home
Mis- Rosa A l'i-lier. b
tao'e cover. 50c
Miss Xamle .1 ..a. -.
cut or rai-e'd work, 5ic
m.-s Y f. I.assif r.
carriage rode, 50c
Mis llet'.ic I-'i-lur.
est spec men
I'l-'.ur. best fancy toilet
I'ciiiu r. last wall Jiro-
lector. '-' e-
mi- M.it y Spencer, bc-t made apron, '25c
M's- Miry S Thur'Dcr. best specimen ol
button hole in cloth. 5c
Mrs. eorgc F. Mi
b st croquette
.an! kali xvork. 50e.
W m I. u-ao. 1 nn-rte . and
Itjn years old. 5ie.
M rs. Francis
veil' s old. 50c.
Mrs. Francis 1
vears old. 50.
Mrs. Carrie i ).
Mrs Marv p.
Charles t 'dii
plate . i
. 1 bottle bible 75
u-hions 1 1 1 years
4 plates Ion years
dress 100 years
ig W years old.
1 blddv 125 vears
r. 1 bur.
id. lace apron.
Class (;. Edxv.-l:
cc. .Mrs. tieorge
-;-oti, ( i oaf- mi
.- al premium
.e-i ncti and in
. N. C.
y J. D.
I Dinkins, who;
i John Dudley.
: ink sketch
; special ))'.'emituii i -I
grocer, 201b officii
I Joseph Iliyne-.
c- .1. W.
-. b -t d
,: Co drv
pecial pi en
u ru ox ;.. .
1 set gk:s-x. are.
Jose Gibl-. best man dra.x
Ing b bay
or girl, special premium ox i.
wood, dealer In hardware
1 set of tea-
spoons (silver niclali.
Mr3. Georgie Richardson. I.cst
ing other than portrait, il.
Mrs Eliabilh 'Hal , desth..lintin
j silk, satin or pin.-h. si.
! Charley Go.ilev. i.. nc
Mrs. Mal'sbad. ': st i .
j eiilaigeU. i .
Isaac Wooten, la -t specimen
irental penmanship representing animals,
I drds or fancv
xx r. ting, si.
Fl. ultc.re. Flowers in bloom.
Mrs. Siqihia Fentn r. bcs. ,
distinct xariet.e- ol green house jiaints
not less than 10 variet it. -. 1.
Mis Dolly A llo it, b,-; collection of
Mrs Annie E Green, han 1-omest display
blooming plants, si
Mrs Cora J t-.innioi
varied display, fl.
Mrs Susan liar lison.
varied xlisplay. 5ic.
Mrs Maggie Taylor,
.. best and most
tid iiest and most
3d best ami most
H Peter Kicbardsoii. Director.
IIoisCs. Maris and Colts,
l'etc-r Richarxlson, best brood mare
colt by her side. $5.
Noah Powell, best colt :J years old and
under 4 vears, $2.
John ,1 .Mosley. best mule 3 yrs old and
over raised in S" C, $2.
It (i Mosley, best cow for dairy pur
i pose, $2.
Walter S Fuicher ec Bro., Iiest yearling
. bull. $1.
, Noah Powell, best yearling heifer, i.
; Chas. Collins, best thoroughbred boar,
any breed. $2.
-lames Dudley, b st n u thoroughbred
i boar. $1.
i Chas. Collins, best pen cd' lilt begs, $1.
Mills Hall, be-t p;L.s under lb month
i Frank Vail. U-:-l fat hog not less than
j ISOOlbs. s-:.
j Wm Lewis. Iiest t mined goat. $1.
Uase bad tames,
l.-t best club. Bed Stockings, of Nor-
i folk. Va.. 40.
! 2 1 be-t ciuo. Excelsiors, of Nexv Berne.
j Ail persons to whom the above prcm
I iunis have been axxarded can obtain the
j same by applying to the Secretary, W.
I W. Law rence's nflice. No. 81 George St..
i any time af er Fi i.iay. August 10th, 194.
Fourth District Congressional
The ( "at: res-ion d convention for the
Fourth district, held in Kaieigb on the
I5th iii-i. xa- a large and enthusiastic
body, en rv c. unity in the district being
j fully re) i re.sc-n led.
1 ii i-i 1 .. . ii .- is.. .. i.i :
' nun, v i in i ics ai i ..OKI-. " r K.iit ' , . o nj-.rx l i
, , ,, ii Her displacement is 2.0o0 tons and her m
oounlx. c-iu-iKi r of the Hoil-e. xvas1 . ,. ' . .
all other call'
lore I he ci mvi
the past six i
telegram fro .
' xxith' I t.ifii
e- Il 1-
a i net.
.1- i a ' I. i epre-eii ti d lor
;." i b n. IJ 1 1 Ibinn. A
. I'.iinti xx.as read lie fore
--1 j mj hi- u arm stip-
Mr: t'levi- ami's name
in led. -V re-o'.ution was
itng that the Senate
li - i;:t cod, -tiirar.
I xx ;-i- n the free
the con vi nth
port to the ta n :
The mention .
xvas wildiv app d
stay in -' a d
iron or,- an i
T,.e bi-t - dx
A riiica Sj've.
ii. tie- world for cuts,
ccis. salt rheum, fever
ipjic 1 hands, chilblains,
. bruises, sor, -.
sore-, tetti r.
co-ns. and ad -1
ly cures pile-. "
i tiuarantei. d i o
Forsiile bv F.
imp; ions, a ml positive
o .-;iv reipuirid. It is
iert'ect satisfaction or
!': ce 25 cents per box
Duifv. ,Nexv -!eiiic, N.
: Men and women waste half their
i time commenting on each ottier's
.Naval Reserves in Their (i.ory
Naval reserves arc now full in 1 1 1
f their annual cruise at Soiuh-
MOM'AV ON THK MONITOR.
Ij.i Monday all bands on the monitor
xxete e.dle.l at 0 o'clock a. in. IJruakf it.
was s. a ve l at 7:30 o'clock a.m. And
at. if breakfast tile Reserves wen t to xvork
-v-t. niatically to get the ship in the ltt
Tin- Chariotte Division arrived aboard
at 11.55 o'clock a. in, Lieut, Coin.
Wilkes a command. The men of both
divisions wi re stationed for working tin--hip
and for quarters, tire drill and ollnr
xxoik. )n Monday alteiiioon the lug A n
i xai'der Jones came along-side xxith a
vaw 1 containing the auiunilion for the
eruls.'. consisting of twelve rounds for the ;
turret gnus, thirty rounds for the hoxv-
Iters and seventy live blank cartridges i
.I'.ih.w. tiiinme.: tin- sh.-l!-. tori
Ilie lurret guns ana me lautvs ei poxxuei
i proved to be exceedingly heavy the sh.p"
i crew wwe kept busy in striking it hit-
i the inagarane and shell room, the bovs
worked as litithlul as if they were going
lo gel immense pay lor it. and they were
1 accordingly commended Dy the otlicers.
i in Tuesday after quarters, a gig's, crew
xvere taken out in the harbor anil wi re
j interestingly instructed in boat ('rids l.y
Lieut. Tyler, United States navy. The
olher imn were given leave of absence
i till 12.45 p. m. unless sooner called upon
sight of the cruise Montgomery.
THK NEWBEHN DIVISION.
I Th Xewbern Division arrived in Wil
mington at noon yesterday and
ttiken by the steamer Clarence to Carolina
Beach. The steamer Wilmington left
nl i Southiiort for the Beach atnl landed the
i Xewbern boxsat Soutlllort shorllv be -
I fore 4 o'clock i. m. The monitor's gig
i came over to the the city and carried the
nexv arrivals aboard at 4 o clock p. m
Wil. Messenger of 15th iust.
FCN ON THE NANTUCKET.
On Board Nantucket. Aug. 14 1
About two-thirds of the Nantucket's crew j
last night allowed "'shore leave'' and their J
merry songs and yells could be heard!
oxer the entire town. The fair maidens!
began a-seinbling at the Garrison, and as
the Heserves marched up in charge of
selected Coxswaiua Williams of Wilming
ton and Bray of Charlotte, the girls gave
three rousing cheers which were respond
ed to in a thunderous way by about
thirty Reserve seamen.
Tlie night, until 10 30 o'clock, was
spent walking by moonlight with the
lo vely Southport girls.
The boys, after a night's rest, xvere
awakened this morning by the bugle call
at live o'clock. After two hours' hard
xvork the mens squads was formed on
deck, and one of those tine meals that
only Joe Hinton can serve wis placed be
fore them. They took advantage of his
kindness, and ate as only seamen can
after scrubbing the deck and placing
canvas, and doing many duties uhijll
you can only realize if vmi were on broad.
.ieii. Cameron Arrive
(iov Carr and
over ' In Nantucket
From the Wilmington Star and Messen
ger we gather the following abou t the
Naval Reserves at Southport:
Governor Elias Carr and party arrived
in tne city v ecmesciay evening ai o:oi p.
ni. by. way of the Wilmington and AVel
clou railroad and were met at the depot
by Col. W. R. Kenan and Col. Walker
Taylor, and, the Wilmington Light In
lantry, under command of Capt. W. N.
In the party xvere Governor Carr; Mrs.
Carr. Misses Eleanor and Bruce Carr,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Carr, Dr. John 13.
Carr. Col. J. II. Holt, Jr., Maj. W. B.
Grimes, Maj. S. F. Telfair, military sec
retary to the Governor, Adji. Gen. F. II.
Alter a fine night's rest the Naval Ke-
. ,,.vn ..nllci ,.,h .ClneL- W,.flllO.
j ;,av nlonli T when the reveille was souml-
,..i i ,,i.i,., v:., -.,.. Lot ,i
HI Kill I'l'tllU LIU, I III J 11 1 L ' 1 illUU ucn-xji,
wlieh thev archiving their annual cruise
ri-i- i..pi , ..... 1 . ,a ...m.. 1 1 .i ii'iia, I
iiie j.'uiiu .'in ui aic ouit nt,iui.v.
beautifully with a cletr sky and a cool
breeze. Everybody awoke from a night
ofijuiet slumber, contented an tl ready to
put iu a full day of hard work. Not a
single complaint has been made since the
cruise began. ";enty to int. a portion ol
the time at hbaiv, ami comfortable
After tin- routine w.uk of theia i c dl.
the Reserves were on the eve of going t
breakfast, when the stately Montgomery,
one of the latest, anil newest warships ol
' ic United Stater, came in and anchored,
about one hundred aids from the Nan
tucket. While the Litter's crew stood
watching her, numerous were the compli
ments paid the "thing of beauty.'" and
she was considered far ahead of the obi
Kearsarge of last year.
At O.oOo clock Commander F. Win
slow and Lieut. F. T. Tyler. U. S. N.,
went to the Montgomery to pay an offi
cial visit to the officers. The crack crew
ol the Nantuckot manned the Captain's
gig in performing this duty.
Boat drills were the order of the morn
ing, and were followed up by the same ex
ercise in the early afternoon.
The crews were picked from the green
men and a few blisters have been started,
but fun is expected to begin. ou the Mont
Later the Reserves xvere taken over to
the Montgomery and xvere instructal as j
to the process of firing the guns ot the ;
ciuiser. It was e.xpecle I that the cruiser j
xvill take the bovs out lo sea next (lav I
and give them a practical test of firing her
rapid shooting guns.
Upon arriving at Southport, a i porter
of the Messenger took a sailboat and
went over to the cruiser and was cour
teously admitted on board. The Mont
gomery is a new steel cruiser, built tit
the Columbian iron works. Baltimore.
Md. She is a twin screw vessel, and is
257 feet of keel and 37 leet of Ije.im. Her
draft forward is 14 feet,
fixe inch rapid lire guns, her
l attery ot six six-pounueis an. t two one
pounders. She has a ciexv of eighben
marines and 211 men a total of 247
men. The officers are a tine set of men.
indicated horse power is 5.40n.
ORDER OF THK DAY.
The following is the order of the day
on the Nantucket:
Kevielie otinj a. m.
t'offee od-iO a. in.
Turn to 0.4.5 a. ni.
Drill undl 7:45 a. m.
Breakfast MIO a. m.
Turn to, bright xvork at 8:45 a. ui.
Sick call :45 a. in.
Quarter and inspection 10:00 a. in.
Dinner 1 :00 p. in.
Supper 'i:"0 p. in.
Kveiiiiic: parade stiialoxvn
Tans " 10:00 l. m
Navv officer Lieut. Tyler is high in his,
praise ot the Naval Reserves on board tor
fail hfulncss and efficiency considerim: their
short term of experience.
The feed is excellent and caterer Hin
ton says the boys shall not want tor fish
or fresh meats while iu the. cruise. To
bear out this statement he gave a dinner
alter two hours liberty that made the
boy's hair stand icecream and dough
nuts for desert 1
A dance was had on board the Nan
tucket after dinner. After boat drills
. ; ox s xyere at
e 'i- usual.
1 1 1 X ' I s I o N .
1'oin mie Darnel -. :
day inn- divi- .
1 : iie Nantucket
l ac. i - a ' I. id;:.'
e. : We do not ,
I N'-xy IJenu- i '.
. .l..!on Jlolto
lli. .' , like I .'liver
- - . weal I roin
- ee In e. e-
i olieeoed to be
h - severe exer -
A- he. with a
wot lav seamen,
d.o. Ih.-y bi-i-'-nt
i - . -.! Met a I liiV ac
i ludly enough to
paddle against the
.rxvinl -tt'oke was
le-;. Ald-r arriv
eriiii'y -.'ck" and
i take an oar am I rv i
. tide, am! x ith eve: v
x as tak
The Expenses of the biverninent and
Some of the Ways in AYhich They
Sh-nild be Cut Down.
Kpitor Jori'.N.Mj Much has been
-aid and is mux being said about relorin
in the alldiis' of this government, to bring
tit rebel to the people ot tins country.
Democratic midoritv in Congress
i should carry out th
people in bv',i'2. T
pledges made to the
. should curtail the
, expense-.- of Ihe g
I at Washington.
j The present s-darie- pai-1 in 'he yariou
I departments of the government are en
I departments of the gov
I tirelv too high lor the
times. If thev
i too 1
years ago. they aie
holders do not have
do noxy as then, for
creased many fold,
i-.'iiiOO twenty years
about one-third as
ras o-' Iiie as the
, half so much work l-
their number has :
and more than tln-
ago would buy on , v
much of the iii'ec--
j same amount il I ia.
j Heforming the 1 i r :
xxd-l have but little
to do m bringing :
while the mult:. i, ic .
if i o t he people
"'' 'f' '"' V a'e !
saiiping t lie ine - ..: on lrom them ni
high salaries. If oar 1 iea,o.a-atic mem
bers of (fongress are in i rue earnest ab nit
reform and relief lor 'dm people, they
should begin by redu. :ug 'heir oxvn sala
Democratic mem- i
true earnest about i
ries and the salaries ot ail the employees
I of the various departments of the goycrn
j uient. to compare with t h'-salaries and
i prices of the necessaries ot iife twe ity
years ago, and aboo-h at icast two thirds
of the otlicers and c.eiks of the goveru
meul. The ..-illector.-oi i lie ports of this
country, and thou-aiid- of other officers,
should lie ".'cl'orme i " The collector
should be givi n a eotnmd-n.ii mi the busi
ness done in his office io the amount of
$1200 per year, wit
Take, lor msbm...
ity - bare,
obecior for the
ho g-t- a salary
itni-sioiis on the
. wi ill a clerk at
! poii nl JJcaiiiur'.. N
i of 11,000 a year ai
1 I'lisincss .1 me in Id-
a --nary ot - , vto i .. . x . i w
i xx .itch xvas not
c immisirution )
-I the igovern-
u .iownt nii.ler Halt s
w hich makes the olli
metit 1.720 ner vtar
ment don't realize an
office. Ai.-o great lllim
have Ixten tulded to thej
which has proved u.-cle
Is this the reform prom
distressed of this laud y
The annual expeu -t -
d'ig I'roni the
on the coast.
d to relieve the
1 tins govern-
ment tire about futir hundred and txventy
tive millious of doba:'- per year. Several
millions ot this anioiiL .s paid to useless.
oftiee holders and clerks. The clerks in
the pension bureau last year were paid
salaries io the amount of '3,683,818.70.
which should not 1 j tiio case. There are
men that the government has to aid. for
iujiuie-s received during the war, who
should be put al tins xx ork and stive the
amount to the people.
This enormous exp.-n-e makes the high
tariff and internal revenue and income
tax iiece-sary. We need io make public
officers public trusts, and ol arduous du-
tics, with retisonab.e s,iary and no more
cieiKS i an iiecessi x e;. it' l r. Ms a
i - ---- .....
business matter, ar.d pay no more lor it
than would be paid in any other business.
When all this is done we may expect the
reform piomised to be consummated and
the people prosperous ami lac faith of the
Democratic party restored to tile people,
and tlie next election a gieal triumph to
the Democratic party .
If something i- not dmie to 'bring relief
to t he people it wil 1 oe n - ea.-- for any of
tfle prcsi lit liienibe; s (,;'( ,, i, j ess to go
before tin- people for re-election.
The train men on the W. N. & N. pas
etiger train brought up with them a huge
rattlesnake which they killed 25 miles
from AVilmington as the train xvas com
ing to Nexv Berne. The snake was seeu
crawling towards the track and three men
armed themselves and made an attack up
on him. Bridge bull ler Thos. MeGee
got iu the first bloxv with a billet of
wood, Ixtggage master John King got in
the next one with an ax and engineer W.
S. Kelly finished him with a coupling
j The snake measures ten inches around,
j is six feet long an I sports eleven rattles
and a button,
is a beautifully
will be taxide
falls heir to him
He is not only large but
marked specimen. He
mixed. Kiadneer Kelly
Atitioch Church Basket i'ai-ty.
The Sunday s li -ol of A ntloch Free
Wil! Bap, 1st cl iu:. 1: al Askins, Mr. C.
L. Gaskius, Supt.. bad a basket patty in
the church grounds, Saturday morning,
August llib. several otlu r schools joining
in with tneii
. The .
K.l S yi
xx ue those of
' tin- -aim- de
ii --di iv school,
t: S S. near
- i .instruct ?d
i tuntlals and
xv 1 1 num' .. j ing
i.i I -i d people.
- no rt -pel ch
(Disciples., an ! d ...
A table 90 feet d
and amply ti licit -
debcacaes for tie- e.
bet xv een two at: ; '.
Diur-er was po -..a:
from Mr. Jas. A. Hi ,
Among those who
ers from Ucaui. r .
. i ixc re
Ui - ot
! published in x
i give E. Ilaxei,
shoes and A '. r. ; ie.t i leilt for
light ilreas shoe-.
As I had both he ,vi atld il 111 sla-c's j,,
fact the lighte-t il:e -hoc- on exhibit,
The judges thci-i f .re wcie either misin
formed or they have knowinrtly caused
the public to be misinformed.
E. Havexs, Boot and Shoe maker.
and some lli-t I net . ..
,i' .erl V a-l I ha. I a ,'::
I II K N i :xv i; .
The iii.-. 1 1 N' t :e:i. ;s
b. ial -xv.-1 : mate . : '
sion. mivliu do.. i
Wednesday ex a '
Dude ::.. f. f
especially a' tie
knnxv x ho dudu 1 1 '
unles- i ii.asi : ;..
xxell. HI- nam -.-u
than a;:', ot;; : !:-her.-
The New V. r- ' i;
lent -h. ii..-: and
hen; are -ad, lor .;
Ann- M, ( 'arthv. e. I
the 'ban Isoimt a
morning -ulfer-ia: tr
it. in- ol !a.-i i a. u.
couple o! Nexv I let':
were coming aboard
came una! 'le to -t. to
pick, -d ll p d ihe
THE BURULAK CAMPBELL
Put Under Five Hundred Dol ar Bond
Mr. Reese's (Jomls Recovered.
C. C. Campbjll who was arrested in
Nexv Berne under a i barge ot burglariz
ing a store in I Htpbn county tin 1 also Mr.
A. Ileese's store, hid a hearing Ik fore
Wm. (iaidncr. Esq.. xv I io i e.oi i red him to
enter into a just ilie. I I an id of live hundred j
t Hollars, mid upon tiiuire to ilo so was
( Commute. I to ()a-!ov I'.llaly jail.
Campbell i- also held in a case lor I)u-
pijn eotuity, ami Mr. II. A. biriiiaii, who
highly spoken of as an officer of the
; law. succee le 1 in tm ling the goods ot
I Mr. Re.se' xx'aich e.eie idcniitied by
From Nebraska to North bar dina.
Mention is made ii the New-and ()!
j server of the arrival in I taleigh i !' M I . II.
,11. Stoddard fiou: Kearney, Nebia-ka.
j He came from the far distant West to en
; gage in dairying in this State, Nebraski.
j having been found to i c dd for them,
He expects to be followed by quite a
colony from the same place to follow the
time business. The next that come will
be headed by a man named Chandler.
It xvill lie remembered that two ladies
from Nebraska visited this Stale a few
months ago; Mr. George Allen being with
them xvhen they were iu tnis immediate
section. Their being o well pleased
with what they saw is largely the etiuse
of this particular importation, but it is
count'il that the agency which lias
worked most potently in this regard is the
little buuk "The Manual or No. ill Caro
lina," which is opening the exes of out
siders to the manifold advantage- ol i very
section of our good old State.
Mr. George R. Sherwood of Kentucky
has written a letter, which is now in the
possession of Commissioner of Agriculture-
Robinson. Mr. Sherwood ays xve
have no idea how many fanners of that
section ate coming South. There has
I een a lailure of crops there for three
years and this year the failure is complete.
He savs it is hard to make the Southern
people appreciate the condition there.
an- there never was such a time lo i
work to secure good birmers South, and
that if the Western farmers could buy
some of the good Southern farms on easy
payments, we would lie surprised to see
how large a number could be induced to
The above may furnish some facts
which the Watson k, Darnels hand Com
pany of this city or other organizations
can take hold of and xvork up something
profitable to themselves anil benelic.ial all
JONES COUNTY DEMOCRACY.
Former Financial Wreck of the County.
Fine Condition Xow Uphold
Those Who Hade It So,
Editor Journal: I am a former
citizen of Jones county. Have not had
had any business relations with any of
the officers of the county until recently in
a long while. I notice a remarkable
difference between the ay in which the
finances of the county were run then and
now. Then county vouchers were worth
under the old "Regime'' only 40 cents
ou the dollar. Now they are worth dol
lar for dollar, and if the county treasurer
by some mischance were to happen to be
absent when an order became du; almost
any one would cash it in fact the pres
ent sheriff makes a practice of doing so
simply for accommodation's sake. How
is that for a change? Verily and truly
the times have changed for the tetter.
As an old citizen of Jones county,
whose wellare and prosperity I shall ever
desire, I am proud of her present board
of eonimissioners and also of her comity
officers as well. Under the old '"iron
clad regime'' you had either to take forty
cents on the dollar or nothing, unless you
waited almost interminably for your
money. Now whenever an order is ap
proved the treasurer of the county sits
serenely and smilingly on hand and grace
fully hands over the money, dollar for
Such men as I. I. Simmons, sheriff,
Lafayette Dillahunt. jr , James F. White,
and A. C. Haskins are the right men iu
the right places. Thev cannot lie Ijought
for money. They aie too pure to soil
their hands or Consciences with bribes, or
speculating on the necessities of the peo
ple. They are too pure and honorable to
rob the poor of their hard earnings so as
to enable themselves to gain a little
'filthy lucre"; nor have they gone to the
poor house and deprived the inmates
thereof of their scanty fare and apparel.
What a contrast between then and now;
and the people will take a note of this,
and give honor to whom honor is due
xvhen the election comes off next Novem
ber by re-electing them if they so desire
ir, the same old set of officers who
helped by their voices and acts as well to
place old Jones county on her present
elevated financial standing.
I'lease don't forget it, and yet this 3rd
part7 sometimes called the "'People's
party," which is a misnomer in its in
fantile and embryo state not yet off with
its swad lling clothes with the Repub
lican party for its "god father'' in its
ignorance and simplicity has the hardi
hood and the presumption to ask the peo
ple to give them a lease of power in ord-r
ihat they may have a pull at the "pnbb
teat'' when they have not even yet ;ot
shutof their milk teeth without & name
and without a record. In dusky obs uritv
groping their way to high places of hoin.r
and renown with no pretentions or
claims, save ignorance, "sote-headed-edncss
and irrepressible ami inimitable
cheek to urge them on, could Grant's,
presumption and asinine chcex go furth
er ? I think not.
Now then, inasmuch as the present in
cuinbeiits have done their duty so well
and faithfully we believe the people of
Jones county will also do theirs oy giving
on next November such an overwhelm
ing majority as will make 3rd partyisin
wilt into the unknown and unknowable
; lrom xveence t hey sprang. Methinks now
j 1 eau see them as they skulk ay to
! their obscurity, one by one, like the wild
beast to his lair, and lie themselves down
j to take that political sleep that knows no
j As physicians in extreme cases have to
i resort for a cure to 'heroic tieai ment,''
so also jwill the 3rd party receive the
, same and hence the political undertaker's
services xvill be in requisition. Will they
! come again ? I think not, for they will
! lie nio-t effectually squelched, and the
places that tioxv know them xvill know
ihein no more forever. E. F. H.
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothino Syrit
j has bceu used ior children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, allays
all pain, cures wind colic, anil is the best
remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Sold ty all druggists through
out the world. jull8dwlm
Johnson's Pleasant Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophoshites Malt, Iron,
Quinine, Potassium and Strichnia is an
internal tonic, strengthening the digestive
organs and tones up Ithe nerves. Pints
"Plcked-Up" by The Journol '.. a n ,
Always In "Tlie Swim "'
Our young townsman. M.. li.l.oi 11.
Howard, has liecn nppoii.ie I ..m ol the
marshalls for the Stale Fair.
Mr. J. E. Patrick, of In-al me. xx i I .
in charge of Hook. -non High , I n-
ring the session so.. -.. ..n, n
l Alb -marie Presbx a. i . , n -
! (.'raven county, is noxy In -,- ..:, t Not
Bu.di church, (iranvilh; conn, v. !
Mr. W. D. Barringtott. gro. ei. tiio hi-1
in mug yesterday from 1 be -I uid -o !
occupied by Mr. C. 12. Slux. r. I ..;
the sti ires on Middle street, j u -t eiecl.il by
Mr. John Ilanff.
The Progressive Age. pni l-h.. t
Aurora, reports eonsidi itil.i. d ,m-i-, I.
Ihe cropn i,j IWaufoil one; . n, ;i,
Imueil xxet weather.
The many friends of Hon. F. M. Snn
moiis in ibis secti.m. are inoic lb ... p,. ..
ed to see the com phi mm I ai m.: ..fib,-
press upon his s ,.,., , ;,, tlt. ( ,,,, , ,n
al eoiiventioii at Kahagh. W, In.
Mr. J. J. Wolfeiideu c one m . a . . ,
and gave us the name ol the sii ang. n a
which xve alluded as being caughl c
Neuse river. It was a tarpon sometime
called the silver king.
The Beaufort Herald n-porls the ..io b
of a million menhaddeu of "fat b n ;.- in
one day last week by the fisherman ol (hal
Messrs. W. D. Mclxer and Id II. M ni
ton left on the sharpie Emu, a , 1 r an
other cruise. They will go lo v.unn
points in Pamlico souiiil in. biding (Via
coke and Pamlico counties.
On tlie 13th inst Senator Kaii-oin in ::n
niinuUs, secured the pas-age of a bi ll
through the (senate to build a bridge (,- r
Contentnea Creek. The iiica; ur-al-,, m,.!
tlie hearty support of ('
The A. cV N. C. R.
meeting xvill be held
27th. The annual the
R. slock hi lder
ride nf the -I ck-
holders as will be seen more part icu'-n x
in another column will be on the -list of
There are four aspirants to the herill
alty of Carteret county, but txx n ,f ihem
Mr. M. A. Hill, the present incumbent,
and Mr. Sterling R. Hancock, a live
young merchant of Ik'aiifoi l . s-mn lo be
So well in the lead that the race appears to
be practically lietwecn them. Tin- con
Ls likely to lie a pretty sharp one.
Mr. J. B. Gardner, of Maple Cypres.,
called in to renew his subsci iption to the
Journal and report that while the nous
have done Jomc damage it i- nol snimi-.
If we mistake not there is no iielter paid
up posloffice on our books than Map'e
Cypress; one name is paid up to 1 .stub
Mr C. L. Abemathy of the Heauforl
Herald made us a pleasant call yesterday,
returning home from attending the Con
gressional convention which convened in
Greenvi le the 15th inst. Messrs Chad
wick, Davis, Hassel, Hatsell and Webb,
the other delegates, passed through re
New Berne now has one ir ic demist.
Dr. W. J. Ward, of Enfield, brother of
Mr. R. Jj. Ward, who not long ago moved
here from California has moveu
in and established himself in business
in the Duffy building comer of Middle
and Pollock street. Nexv Heine has a
ready and hearty welcome lor all such
Maj. Daves left on the steuner Xoii-e
to attend the meeting ol the Roanoke Co
ony Memorial Association at N'a-rs !!.;..!.
The ass-iciation is now in good cnmlltion
financially, we are glad to say. The mon
ey raised has not only been sufficient, lo
pay tor all the ground lcdrcd. but then
is a litlJe surplus left to beautify tin-
grounds and begin the
Monday a change of ndn
into effect on the V. N.
on both trains. The ln-iglii
threaftcr arrive at New l'.crnc
an hour later thun noxy and
soon after two o'clock. 'I In- n gi,
passenger train will leave nl s :!". t
minutes earlier than now. m l xiijl
rive in Wilmington fifteen minnic- cad h
It will get to Nexv Berne in l he afleiu,
at the same time as now.
A Hard Wind.
The Storm of Wednesday afternoon, I
15th inst was accompanied on i In n n
side ol Neuse river near Nexv Hi r.-.. .
2 Township) by a seven- x ia.l x. b
swept along in two tiai-ix- about ha
mile apart and about fo or 5o ,r !- a
and several miles in length.
The wind broke up fences, l.h-u lb
fro n thirty to forty feel, xxiuu- ..tl Yto
gum and pine trees measuring:
20 inctie.-, blew down fruii ir.
corn somewhat bv bloxviim il
ly and the roads were also b..e
Ill I s ,
sideiably by the (alien trees.
Fortunately no harm. b uy.
ed so fir as we have beard
houses to people, or to cattle.
tin r -ti
Win. McDougal, col., of I'axi iicxidi
the umpire of the haseshall game of ti
previous day, was tried on Thursday l
lore Mayor tlricli tor carry in
cealed deadly weapon, a pistol.
log an assault wit li it. lie xva
a nun'ireu uonar iiomi .u- insappe nai-
Seventeen of those in the i.oU,i :,n- i
him were up also before M .x . e ' a, e .
the charge ol disorderly com;:: i. A I
three of the esses were 1 1 i.-in - - !.
Slade, Wm. Lucas ai d C' c.. 1 ', ,,u -, u , .
found guilty but were let oil xxiid p is
men t of COSCs,
The Demoi-ratic fmii. e. oi di.
First District which in. I a i.o. 'ix !'.- on
the 15th named Congressman llram o i a
the first ballot as his own lu-n-s-iir. 1
135 were the n u in 1 h f of oics
necessary to a choice and he r.-oeixed .'.
out of the 258 cast.
Hon. Chas, M. Cooke is the numiini- in
the Fourth district.
In the Ninth District Crawford is Ibc j
man. He was renominated by acclama i
The Republicans ol the Fifth District
have again put forward Thos.t Settle. He
was renominated by acclamation.
1 lie Umpire Fared Bad,
I tmne-halel x after the colored base ball
"a- In ! ,y, i n the New Berne and Um
die bams was over, the umpire,
Mi Donga!, of Fayeltcville, and ''.
n-t Ilrvaii, the piliher of the NeW
11 a. i 'nb. b..-caine engaged in a friendly ,
oxei a mil. cub one claiming it.
. ih.y xm ic thus engaged nomeont'
, cd lb.- cry of "n light!" and im
e liate vn swarm of boys and yontlia
-war, mil oyer (he fair ground fence and
i- niug xvilli otliers inside, rushed toward
i gal with bricks, sticks, cluhe, etc.
xvi re estimated to have been a
d .1 a hundred and twenty-five
I le partially held I hem at bar
p! ;.. and under Jin lection of thtf
ee m i ! - ..f t he e,v Henii! club he got .
'ir e, -h the ;-ab- and a sipiare or tWO
. i lie ch hi- ass.-iilanlH were right
.1 i nun. lb- anally b.ijk lefuge in a
.....red oiuim's bouse, under a bed, d
The croxvd was at length dispersed,
'blioii -al was arriMcd nd tried lefor
In- Ilo. .oi Mayor Ulrich, on lliecfiarge'
- .id. i ' x i ..ii. hid and let off xvilli th '
I . . ....... ,,i , ..si- As many ol Ibove wb
x- . 1 h.m as can l gotten tip wttb '
b. I 1 I I . ' ,
ail season Nearly Over.
. i .1. -eason in practically over.
aiili- II .lei. Murelicnd CitV. nOW
has something less iban H hundred gUeila
and xx ill close on Ihe first of next month. .
The season has lieen a f'arly good and
profitable one. The season did not iMt ,
pi. li-a- lale as il. Ins some years, but it " ,
be.ein earlier, and in July the crowd WM d
lh. laiaiesl they ever hud. ' .,'? ...
Mr. I Very, in I he management of thA
'i al. 1 this season, has added to the repB-Y-J
lab. .n he already possessed as a tl ne hotel-"1 :
- i .
i. ami hi-success was lo a largo extent
bie to Ihe -ton, I assislanls he had in th...'
pel-mi- oi Ills brother, Mr. F. L. Perff,..',.
Mr- i -. i l. G. Smith and O. 8. Brown? ofj','--.
Kalei'di, and ii portion of the time, Mr, ',...''
W. T YhCiiiliy. in addition, wh. were
t he i li-rfs. ' ... ; .-
Tie eay pleasure season of 1894 wilt''
soon ir numbered with the past, but the .
ol. siand by hoiel,the New Berne flonse, "ro
Mr. I. il. Mann, proprietor, stands Open 'I
and reai'ly at every season the yenr round ' ' -lo
giv good rooms and the best of table
fare to all who come, ami in the. front
rank ol boarding houses stand the Aren
dell House and the well known. Sea )
1 b . i ze House, kept by the whole Souled
I i ana a coniiiioiiaiing oki gentleman, wr. .
j.l. T. Eaton and his estimable wife. We d!
I do. di Ibrgct the Indies lor what place can
f. "! so home-like as where a lad ia tlie
I pre-.i liiej eeniu-. . fl d..
1 The st i ii kholdt rs tmiii w ill probably
jcaii x a great many to Morehead next
! Tin -dav as il marly always does and that
: is b-,i Iv lo be the last bic day of the jcar.-'
Employees or Uncle Sam Strike. 1
The pooplc of Vnuceboro are conaid- .
erab'v exercised about their mail facili
ties and nol without cause. The reason -s
Ihat the contractors for carrying the
niai lo that town have struck, not fuT
high r x ii-;e.s but to recover back pay.
d -. Wm. Adams litis the contract Ib-r
i owing il I io! ween Vanrclx.ro and New .
tleiii'-and Mr. John Allen 'Jackson lor-'
i- - li ving it between Vancebnro . and.
W.. -nii'gton. Their pay belongs ro come
ipiail'-ily but their services hove not been
pa a for for ten and n half months past,,'
ano i.oi l aving as much dish aa Uncle .
S.on tiny refuse to serve him any more
until be ponies up. '
Tins aeiioii of the mail carriers not.
o . x bu s oil' (he Vanoebore post office,
'a. o ilie offices along the route SO
ibai N. iv Heme, .about, twenty miles dur
tanl. is the near -si office to the VancebOrO
people. They got the last mail from
Ne.x Hi me Tuesday and have to send to !
Nc-.x llcriii- if they wish to mail anything.
' i a uk Ihe slnkeis m this instance Will .-
What the reason is that the pay
ha- .oi been forthcoming seems not to be i
ai all iindeisioiiil. but the people are not 1
io .In xxitboiit l.n-ir mails. In lact '
- no. a 1 1 a nt'- n.cii t has linen entered toto-..-b
xx'.o.b the service is to be resumed
Moo lax. We hope everything will be
-ai i-ia. t.n ilv adjusted and no more
1 1 1 1 I H - - (Mini.
Protest Against Substitutes for BeffOlar '
Iii, ino-kiig Manufacturing com
p .;, . aei li I teen ot le r lea- ling cotton maa
i .nil n: firms of New England have
ii- i a m i x positive utterance in a cir
. ni. o in id. iVcsi.ieiit of the New
Yob. . ,io. n Hm bange upou the Subject
of ii-ii, l: unsuitable bagging us IbeCOVer
a .- lor bale- ol eoiion. Il reads thus:
i I n asi n et s of Cotton Manufao'
lining io. iip mies in New England, hereby ,
.!!' pi 'le i against ihe use of sugar
- a i. in ill. ravel ing of cotton bales in
th.- ,ie- grow ing cotton, for On reason
, mj . losi i 1 1 1 n 1 1 the ordinary -Jute
a . ii i a is x 1 1 it ipiic'ier, sbsorbes -';
'- a longer, mid stains and
i ..il.. ii imiiiediatey next the
h more than the jute. Any
the mills from the sack cot
eau-e ns o reject any cotton
. i - 1 e i ml
l-Xll I I" -
i ring xvo uii
; I-al an I - xv on h I
a box e Ha I- in in i l e I
In bear the
A t ampin:
party is noxx at. Barker's
ii.l o .a lh. s, houl house for their
, io a iii i -. h r. mg divided the building
, .riafi- i.l.i a pal I uients adapted to
-ia I he campers are cx-post-II.
Luke and hnnily. his
T. I'. ( I. nke of Flint, Mich.,
he -isi, i Mrs. Moulton, Miss
.xi i bni ..I Mori'hcad City, Mr.
-k of Nexv Berne, and Mr.
ne of Nexv York.
I III' r
ii. l.- n
I I ' '
ey h II New Berne on Saturday the
in t.. mi t In-Keiia B , arrived at their
ial ii ui on t lu
ll ic- I inn-.
io I dux and are hav-
l i -
A Beautiful Home-Made Surry.
A ne!., t Ii lee scaled surry of Mr. J. W.
Mexvaii's ai I i u C attention for its hsndj.
ii -s. It is a home built one a
pio'lii. I ol the factory of Messrs. G. II.
Wat- i iV Son. Mr. Stewart pronounces
a a Ih-l-elass vehicle, and be is a good
judge in Mich mallei's.
1 1 is a pleasure to see New Berne-made
articles o( any kind equalling or surpus.
I ing. those that arc imported, and Messrs.
I Waters &, Bon deserve credit for such
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