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WAMIIM. ICS 111 1 ti:.
COT ION yi HIS Mil
MKYI.AM AM Till: Ul!li
knar, A'. u -..,.,
Lcc&l Baportax. 1
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Mi- Phillip- M:rri-l Si-iijitor Jar
t.s' Committee Assignments the
Kleven Thousand Op : a m ul
ford, Ma-s . I. i iii
Strinfirli' Kx (.-:. .!.
, upon llis ' Amenc mi woman who
. mar n- -a tt -eie hie an d tiod
I i that be bas (ii.v- a b d ir,.de. I't.e
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Y th '.' V. -
Pop (.mi Hill ami Free Sutrar. -President
ionc to (irny
La- uit'li; t eight c'clock Mr.
Lou it 1. pact- ui Ga., a law clerk
ia rtii! lntrtot ih-p n tuien t whs
manned io vi.cn 1-itn.iH M. I'U
. y iiinj' -' . i -. i I . t- r of Lion.
Ban el !' FY : I li i s. ..: n s residence,
i.kinl Avenue. Tlie
'e ,v o: Senator (tor -
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1 1 1 r l e
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by ! ii-
(tiiViTHHI IJrlHVli rroniist's In I il I' l i . i i
l Kef)t ('. ( . Jon- s iiud Mi h-
' ' imhi:i:, Aiiiin-r Vv A; .t
i Mincute IO(l.l hc Ii (i
. ruor Uraw ii, At torue -( i f nci il
l'ot-, and (iouusfl K.r the UK) iiu-
thrtt the, Goveinor would ,udoti
all excepting 7hriMtn lur 'olum nun
Jones and "M,rnhal'' McKcc, who
will be beld for the jmrpose nt ret
nig trie riglic of the Stute t.i t Uc
tlie 'Mrm" from their cihm'm pun -u t
ikud iuionson them without tr:d
tJ,"L"i" rebel are sill posted. SrcreMry ! JoneH hii1 3lcK.ee refused to :n-v;
in. l.riue ri ill 088i 0f ,)ie Splnuen.' unioo, t-tt- the p.i i dou offered ty t he Govern "r.
"' ' " 1 p,OQ 0', lnt"l ed this morning that the meuibers ' conditioned upon their lenving tin-
'i l 'I'M IM 1 O! Ill ' .f ,a ,.,.. ho-o lirvrl n r f , . r ulStntp.
Tbis moi ii ii k t be co -' i ii. i i i -inaugurated
iheir ginti.vl t-t te
and neail 11 Odd are idle. The
mchiuer of but ti ve of i m en t y
8uveo millf in the city are iu mo
tion, aud ii in thonuht :hat ;heee
millw will xc'ii he Hhut down with
the otheic. The manfactniers have
nothing to ;av, tint the no ices of a
redaction, mntu which the help
I In- I
ul- .ml I.or.i!
He i' ii ' ;
Ait ID 1 1 ll 6 iui EU
such ce ot hi
s in1 t'iin ii
ofli uutn Mi
uj:n l-.ll rl I in .
!.h v ''l"'-oi,g struggle and confidently ex-1
--ar.. He was f-j ,.c, ,i,at.,t wi hof his mini t bs' Xnmlry Cm il ami kiver an.l II ;
.1 uei.er .i im the lf j dnnrion. i Hills lllllll l.llW-l.
''-T- '11(1 II HI tlllH Tim clliV.. f 1... Ih.. i ,.
"' adot important that ever occurred llellt oievelaud signed th.
to tse textile muQstry id 3la8acn -1 civll apuropt latiou bill
Mens The m an n f Act n rera mat ; ni,i,.n
.om.. .H W.vedl poruur. J flghr, perIe,.t,v organized" unions, Nl) vord w en t,ur lt tl e
1 -"tor M"; . .J-r -omeof hieh are fainy wealthy . White Uouse to-i.i.ht Hat the
leve ro-monow ulghL lor North vntahl in itiin narticnlar is thn!n.,j u,, , ....
i . i' - r . - - r 1 lrl)l uau biiicu l Liu inci u u
-- ODinnern union, wiiicd nas a lunu
Ina .be Houe leaders are pre-
ver v handr-nnie
( '. f : V
pa I III;
' v TUr Nuoj li i k- 2:U4 irck ban
two "I1' ecords Boreal
. won the f 10,K)0 ' w.i- . ar-ol1 futa
ritwfor bi.;b the first money is
. $3,5uO od made the two-year-old
coit reooid, 2:17J. It has been beld
by. Win. Peon 1 2:1S. The t hree
beatia tbisrac were also the fa-i-tet,thre
heats ever trofeil by
two-year-old.-. Ln the pace,
Whirligig woo easily aud in the
first beat made anew pacing race
record at the same tim lowered
edthe time record which has been
2:ii. The track was fast and the
' day perfect.
Apropo to the investigation
'of police methods being made in
Hvw York and Boston, a good story
ia told of one M. M. Mar veil a, of
Providence, R, I., who made up bis
niad that there waa big money
in ninning a gambling house in St.
Jobs, N. B. To smooth (be way he
; approached the chief of iolice of
that city, laid bare his. plaus and
Offered him twenty per cent, of the
profits, provided he gave the gam
blioz boose ample protection. The
chief hear J him through and then
promptly placed him nnder arrest
for attempting bribery. Marvelle
will probably serve a term in the
. penitentiary, bat the cream of the
story lies ia bU explanation tbat
be had carried oo the bantnes in
various American cities, and bad
invariably . secured protection in
this way.:. '
i i- evident from
a. commit ' ei on
ii' io) in i ii e ordern
it, u ul i ' U-i at this
THE SUUATIOS AT WASH I S TON.
- For several months tariff has
. been the foremost issne before the
1 ; country.
It was hoped that with a Democrat
- ia the : pieMdentia! office and both
hoaseaof Gongreas Democratic the
tariff would be broogt down to the
j- revenue standard, bat the hope
proved to be a delusion.
- ' o lVt,in Ko .Ci,, j.t a Kill tvlfh itj
Drotective feaiare. passed tbe-l
1 1 n . . a .. t , . it m i . ...... nnudnlr linn
'U'JogO HQ LO'IUO -.till. . - n.ii
ia b laet- tha" tbe ilduse also
- patied bill pUiug sugar, coal,
- Iroo ore ani barbed wire on th
; free "list. But these bills con
timutOQMV ealied n n'grta Oill.-were
referred to ibt? Fiuauce Goaimittee
as soon as ihey reacted the Senate
and. in ail iVobabdit. tbey will
sleep tbe sleep that knows no wak
iag.: Indeed it is- evident tbat
- there will be no more tann legi-'ia-
tioo daring the nresenL session of
. . The tariff bill has not yet been
- SDDroved bv tbe Fresident, nor is
it known what be intends to do in
the matter. Ha is now absent
UWIU WW MUlligbUU, flUU 19 bVU
; vj aitenqv to any puouc oasiness
v xt u very generally oeiievea tnt
z. be will sign the bill w ben be returns
to ua capital, out noDooy can lore
tell what Mr Cleveland is going to
do. If he should veto the bill tbe
ilcKlnley tariff will continue to be
" the law of the land, A few days
WLuaeiermine me iaieoi ine lariu
;",bili and all pending legislation; for
fin n H. ii .1 t n Pa Alnnvn W7 A r TT
..XAUK&dOQ IO VJ OUIUU1U I VI I
. annn. '
-It is reported that Mr Carlisle
win cdi(u mo ivoiw'uu ui irmj c
i tary of the.Treasur and be succeed
. ed bv 31 r ilson. tbe oresent Ubair
. Ban of the Ways and Means
uommiuee ana tae auinor oi tne
2 bill that passed the House and was
j defeated in tbe Senate. It is evi
ueut . tan tirmucui; auu uib
fldiwratarv aPA nnfc a urom I nnnn tha
: wnff. Mr. Cleveland ism tavor of
r-free sugar, free coal, free iron ore
. and free barbed wire. Mr. (Jasusle
ia opiose to all of this, and insists
..that ria n APin it ni Bn :Tir fin T n iraa
Bot -wnnM -Anse a deficit, of
'fmaBy millions in the treasury.
'.- Mr. Caslisle is a very able man,
and bis opinions have weighed
? heavily against some of the Presi-
. A nit- a nlino hn f- trt rotira him now
-mrmm da verv mucu iiKe loctiio
HIV OtBUICO UUUI I V I vuvj w . . . .
had been stoleD. Free sugar has
been defeated and Mr. Carlisle
eomincuieu to tne oetear. uiving
Mf. Wilson irelit for the highest
ability and warmest devotion to
.the President and it is not probable
that bo will be able to change tbe
'present decisiou, unless the ap
proaching elec'ion should be such
to force tbe Senate to receed from
V- n.nnv. nif BdA mni n (T
ii o uiuaii naib auu -J v , uw.uy.
tor tne best but preparea ior me
worst. Ia ench times as these there ,
la bat one place for a partriot, and !
and tbat place is ia tbe Democratic I
I O 1
V I . . .
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.-.e i a ii il ' '
iil uaelo be irausaote
VVnen Seuaior Gorman announ
ced iu tbe Senate eTerday the
appi 'Ut ment of Senator .larvis of
N U. upon several committees, Mr.
Chandler wickedly iDO,aired wheth
er Mr. G-ormau hd announced the
filling of the vacancy on the Fin
"I have nor", sa:d Mr. Gorman
with a (-mile.
Mr. Jarvis goes upon tbe eom
mittees on Claims, Pablic Build
ings, National Banks and to est
ablish the University of the United
States, Mr. Daniel of Virginia was
appointed on the Committee on
Privileges and Elections and Mr
Maortio of Kansas on the Commit
tee an Pensions
The Secretary of the Treasury
bas virtually vetoed free sugar. He
has probably also spiked tbe pop
gun bills. The personnel of the fin
ance committee in tfce present
status of tariff legislation creates
As at present constituted, owing
to the vacancy caused by tbe death
of Senator Vance it is equally div
ided politically. Senator Harris
promised yesterday however, that
if this fact interfered with the
prompt action upon the bills, tbe
vacancy would be filled. The Dem
ocrats, however, realize tbat with
the op'nion of the Secretary of the
Treasury before them, they cannot
deliberately embarrass the Treas
uty to the extent of causing a de.
fioit of nearly 30,000,000 and if
if a free sugar bill should be report
ed favorably it would have to be
accompanied by a scheme for mak
ing good this loss. To lormnlate
such a plan will take considerable
time, and it is not likely even to
be attempted. Apart from all this
however, and even admitting that
the bill would come before tbe sen
ate its opponents can filibuster
nntil a quorum is dissipated. Asa
matter of fact, the quorum has
almost disappeared already, and it
is expected that after to-day, and
even possibly to-day, it will be im
possible to muster a voting quorum
io the senate. Reside, this, Senator
Murphy stands ready to offer
motion for indehnite postpone
To-day the pop-gun bills and tbe
free sugar bill were referred to the
Tie President acting on tbe
ivice of nm physielau left this
morning for Gray Gables. He io
sick from overwork and malarial
fever, tie expects to return early
The river and harbor bill becomes
a law to-day without the Presi
President Cleveland telegraphed
fnvate tecre:ary Thurber this
afternoon tbat be bad signed tbe
t-undry civil bill.
Some constituent of Senator
Ransom sent him a lot of fine look
ing watermelons, and to-day he
was distributing them among his
Triends at tbe Capitol.
1 wo near approach of the time
within which tbe tariff bill must
becone a law if not vetoed by the
President caused internal revenne
receipts to go up with a rush to-day
owing to the enormous withdrawals
of whiskey from bond to escape the
addi'iosal tax provided by tbe sen
ate bill, liecepits to-day were $.'?,
263,.oo. against about $800,000
yesterday, and it is expected that
tbey will be even larger Monday
- The President is rapidly improv
ing at (iray Gables and is expect
ed back Tuesday.
1 he hundred clerks were dismiss
ed from the census office to-day.
Senator bite has been appoint
ed to the vacancy on the Finance
Senator Jarvis says he would be
willing to retire from public life if
he could see a free sugar bill, an
amendment to the constitution to
elect senators by the people, and a
measure to change the rules of the
senate, become laws, lf such leg
islation could be secured throueh
the agency of Senator Jarvis he
would achieve international fame
and render bis country the most
Hon. Kope Elias came here from
the state convention has a long in
terview the President whioh lasted
until it was nearly time for him to
take tbe train, when be was driven
to the depot in Secretary Lamont's
Mr. Helms, the efficient postmas
ter at Monroe, NT. C. has been here
to improve the mail routes going
out from his progressive town.
I bear Captain S. A. Ashe will
le given a good position under the
A comparison of the expendi
tures betwi en this and the last re
publican C ingress shows tbat the
democrats have been instrumental
in cutting dowH expenses 830,000,-
000. This is a good showing for the
party and tbe subject will make
first class campaign material. Tbe
economy in the management of tbe
postal expenditures is due mainly
to the energy of Hon. John S.
Henderson. He drew up the bill
and carefully ecrutinizid every
a stuffed crow, mounted in good
style, and plainly addressed I
the IT. S
Spinners' union, which Has a lunti Dor t j . w Inch is here is
in its treasury aggregat in g at least j Mjon 0, prIVate Secret, try
?3l,000. The spinners have voted,
however, iiot to touch hiij of this
money for a month.
tOXEY "AR.UY" BEOKtiA.MZ ATI0.
Prison Strips tbe Unifrom Another
Advance n Washington in
Mass lloN, 0., Aug. 20 Coxey
announce that the propped Labor
day Commonweal demonstration
at Washington bas been abandoned
and Ibat tbe next attack on tbi
Capitol will be made in December,
when Congress reassembles.
A prison strip uniform has been
adopted for the "army," and Brown
is now wearing it. The referendum
bas been added to the basic princi
ples of the movement, and tbe
whole enterprise bas been reorian
ized, with a constitution and by
laws. The word "Obrist" bas been
dropped from the title, "out of
deference to a feeling ol misunder
1 it view of the f.ic that no veio
message on I he Mibject was sent :o
Congress to-day, it is gein-r li
considered that I he bill his t ecme
a law without the Pi e.-iden t ' s signature.
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.ll in ' .
tu :!y Relieves
si distressing forms
i :u Ir..:, bleeding,
kiii : i ;-, and blood
,d ,i.i!i in a majority
il rest and !eep
i speedy, perma
I'liiivi! cure when
i.-.pita!s, and all
. fail. CLTICL'RA
.DiiRS, and its
.1 .I'i'i I,
Mo.NTGi iMHRV. Al.A, A '1 ' U ' 1
Tne Aiiveitiner has lull fli 'i
returns from the S'ate elee'i.i
held August 0 h, Oate-- reeeivt
109,100 ami Kolb S:',3'M Oate
majority, !!.", 7u(i.
A Tribute to the Memory ol linn h
nlon It. Yancj.
A few t-bort months ago the I le
of our distinguished public friend
and benefactor, Lion. Zebulon P.
Vance upon the baDks ot the Poto
mac in Washington was fast ebbing
away passing out with the tide
adown the Kiver of Time; mi the
ririo point i:i
noM.arrd 0.0 n
f iiian5, h
cures of toriuring, disfiguring,
h u mi i iati r;;; humors are the
most wonderful ever recorded.
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n.t : .1 .- ,' '-, ; !,- !, u...ed 'n-i .
l'a ial '.!wiil-.hp&, p'n.piv. nv thy
v .:i'.d ai.d CL.r..: t uticura Soap.
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MUSCULAR STRAINS, PAINS
r- i m ... tin minute r-y Lhc C11
Lit'iir-i Anti r'ain Plaster.
A Jote Bagging- Trnst Trick.
Augusta, August 1G. A few
days ago the Constitution publish
ed a special from Augusta about
tbe cotton manufacturers iu tbe
East refusing to buy cotton packed
in sugar bags or bag clotb. An
Augusta merchant h s a telegram
from New York to day which reads
as follow-; "Bag clotb all right.
Cotton Exchange bere will take no
action against u. Members and ex
porters interviewed regard it as
merchantable and good delivery.
The rumorn only a competitor's
scheme to intimidate buyers."
It seems that circoulars have been
sent out through the South by the
Jute Trust to keep tbe planters
from using this bag cloth or sugar
bags. A lew j ears ago it was used
largely by ihem. wben the Jute
Trust advanced the price on jute
bagging to 10 and 11 cents per
yard. Tbe Jute Trnst Is advancing
jute bagging regularly, and bag
cloth being so much cheaper is be
ing condemned to get it out of the
way. Tbe New York Cotton Ex
change will accept cotton baled in
bag cloth. Exporters' representa
tives in Augusta, it is learned, will
accept cotton so baled. Many ex
porters prefer the sugar bags to
the jute bagging.
Where earth's i ::
To shores where
of 1 emit v to
THE JAPANESE AS FIGHTERS.
They Are Fine Seamen, Brye and
Steady, and Are Finely Equipped
London, Aug. 17. Captain
Ingles, who bas just concluded
six years' service as naval advisor
to Japan, said ln an interview to
day: "Tbe ships, officers and men
of the Japanese navy are eom para
ble to those ot any European navy
Tbe officers ar energetic and studi
ous. Tbe engiueers are especially
good, and tbe engines are admira
bly woiked I have seen the Naniwa
woiked 100 revolutions to tbe min
ute, which was her natntal
draught trial speed in England.
The Japanese are very smart
with the hand-worked guns, bnt
do not so readily to the hydraulic
guns. Tbe seamen are entirely un-
Oriental, always patient and
cheerful. Toe Japanese officers
ase faithful students of Captain
Mahan, the American Daval his
The Japanese army, with which I
am intimately acquainted, is admi
rably equipped. The troops exhibit
great dash and steadiness in sham
fights and under fire, and tbeir
discipline is extremely good. Tbe
artillery is remarkably well served,
the drivers are learless and tbe
gunners are smart. Physically the
Japanese are ideal soldiers, with
strongly developed limbs and limp
bodies, and they are untiring
"I do not believe that the Japa
nese seriously mean to attack the
Chinese forts. They are too wise
and value their ships too highly to
do that. I am of the opinion tbat
the recent affair at Wei Hai-Wei
was a recounoisance. 1 believe the
Japanese will clear tbe sea before
the winter, and that the campaign
will be mainly ou land. The usual
commonplace remarks about the
certainty of the ultimate success of
the Chinese, owing to their num
bers and resources, foresee the re
BEKLIM, Aug. 17. Tbe Post
says that the syndicate of Berlin
bankers, which met at the Disconto
Gezeleschaft yesterday, has receiv
ed a cable message from Shanghai,
accepting the syndicate's terms for
Amsterdam, Aug. 17. Silver
open market to-day advanced
from 47 to 48 guilders per kilo.fine,
on account ol the Chinese loan.
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Co. X. i '.
t he lo in;
ha' Sabi .,011
!i-s leive li' 1 -1' 1:.. I 1 , .: ; .ill d i Wo -.
circle i I
arc 1 1 r . : "! i r u the ; :i;onrr. m
! F,r u,
;lll IS iluin!'. ' 1,:
Into space boundless illimitable 1 tried 1.1 t
unconfined and unconnnable, un- ""-t ion, h
known, aud unknowable. The lira i ease p:.;
its of which buman eve cinn t1I
fathom, nor human miud conceive,
and as his soirit grew faint and a
weary with drifting; metbinks the
gates of Heaven gladly opened to
receive it; and it gained an entrance
there and was at rest, and the
whole ' Hosts of Heaven with the
cherubim and seraphim rejoiced
thereat; because they knew that he
would be crowned an angel thei?
aa hereon earth he was bat an un
crowned King amongst men.
Wben cbe news was dashed
across the wires that Zebaloti 1!.
Vance was no more, tbat he bad
crossed over the boundary liue,
where life ends and eternity begins,
tbat he had gone to join that silent
majority who have gone belore, a
nation wept, and a nation mourned,
because a nation loved and honored
His was indeed and in truth both
a useful and a happy life. To those
who life, useful, beautiful and hap
py lives methinks sometimes,
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From the Seat of War.
London, Ausr. IT. The corres
pondent of the Central News days
that, by special deciee, the Japan
ese Imperial Government bas
authorized a loan of 850,000,000.
The Japanese Government has
promised Admir-il Fremantle, who
commands the Brnish Squadron in
Asiatic waters, to give forty-eight
hours notice in case the Japanese
fleet bombard ei iiai-ei or
The eight vessels tbat passed
Cleveland, President ofiCbee too westward bound on
Washington, 1). C." was 1 August 14th were the tbe Chinese
received by Private Secretary
Tbnrber yesterday. The box which
contained it also bore the inscrip-
Darty. Sound in pi-inciples and
TesomtA in action it will accomplish ! tion "Veto or eat crow."' The bill
the puposes of its organization and j goes into effect the diy after it is
continue t be the party of the 1 6igned, except tha woolen schedule
Constitution and be party of the which becomes noperation Jan.
fleet which was fleeing the Japan
eee cruisers. The fleet wenc to
LuiKungTao, noithwest of Chee
Foo, where it has been left undis
turbed by the Japanese.
Torpedoes will be laid at the
entrance of Tokio and Nagasaki
harbors early next week.
There is no death,
What seems so Ls trt.nsi tion,
This life of mortal breath,
Is but the suburb i.fthe iile Ki vvan,
Whose portals we cull death.
Then sleep on, thou grand and
mighty hero of a lost and worthy
cause: sleep on, until earth's eter
nal reveille shall be sounded, sleei
on. Although no laurel wreaths of
military victory may e'er adorn thy
brow, no grand and imposing shaft-
of marble, reared at a nation's costs
and a nation i sacrifice, and bathed
in a nation's tears as blood may
e'er be erected to thy memory, et
thy name is none the less sacred
and thy memory none tne less rev
ered thereby, because thy name aud
thy fame and tby memory are
safely enshrined in the hearts ot
tby countryman, and as long as
"human hearts can anywhere feel,
or human tongues anywhere plead
those hearts shall enshrine the
memorj and those tongues prolong
the fame'' of Zebulon Baird
As borne huge comet whirling
through the immensity of heavenly
space, dazzling the eyes of all be
holders with its beauty and its
brilliancy, and illuminating objects,
both afar off and near, leaving a
halo of ineffable splendor in its
path, behind, po did this heaven
born genius, years through this life,
purifying, exalting ennobling ai,d
up lifting humani'.y and elevating
them to a loftier plane of intellec
tual and moral existence.
But, alas; he is gone, the noblest
Roman ot them all; his likf, we
ne'er shall see again. What he did,
he did for bis country, God aud
rights. The State rarely produces
more than one such man in a cen
tury. He posessed that suaviter in
modo fortiter in rei in an eminent
degree and thereby laid hold of
and swayed the hearts of
men. It may be said of bim as has
been said of another, ' That the
elementsjwere so blended w hithir.
bim that the whole world might
arise and say this teas a man.
He loved his country aud ever
sought her highest welfare and he
might truly say, as another has
happily expressed the seutiruent in
reference to his native lind:
Land of the South, my own dear na
tive land, with all tby faults I love
thee still, my couut'. and where Yi
there is a nook that Southern minds
and manners may be lound,
shall be constrained to
love the still. I never framed
wish nor formed a plan that tl it-
tered me with hopes of earthly
bliss, but here I laid tbe scene.
"As the bright beautiful waters
of bis own native French Broad
glides onward alcng down their
ba'dke, btoadening in their passage
until tney meetiind commingle with
those of the vast and mighty ocean.
so will the oemorv ot Zebulon
Baird Vance, descend quietly along
down the stream of time beut;fv
iug adorning, enriching and tin be
lishing the pages of history, and
his virtues be c immemorated in
story and in song as long as genius
has an admirer, religion a votary or
liberty a Iriend.
"This mighty ami iii-ijetie river
Rolls mingling with his fame forever.
heart 1 110 im gr ; .
! :die oore n :i u 1 i e 1. -1
i ! rue ehi 1 :.a a aero
Desirii.g to live tit ,;
j ol ,"ss her ;.! e am!
labor lor rr :.. r ; In t
I vineyaui, ye bur h
her resig'i u n :r- in.,
waa full : -I sup re iu
her, to 1'v -- w..-. (J".i!
She was !::i.-a.-ii It:
Cemetery at Si 1 . ; o .
of the !'h Aug. 1S: 1
sobs and weeping o; ii-.
en liiei.ds and in ; no
large coiicjtirse u.-.-t
CoiiUt ies ot Cdj in '
Posses.-i eg s n-- -! .:
virtues of the b.glu ,
natur.-il ; h tt -he s'i .ui-.t
enshrined ; u t :e heir
kuew her, aiol ne: in.s
rise place, as
t line : om ti
".i--ine.-s which I atn
' e 1 tere.-1 of I t'
A-" ;t is v-?:ii;ihi
th'.M Satiny South 1
Til.- rt i-tr Atner.'
Dealer is a' . a - o
for l i; g ti ti.-; in , i.; ;
oil 1 o ai ei .-. si'
T. eight the
p i: t
) a 111 .1 1!
- 11 in
hie ! k
cpr. 3d, '94
Hill- 111 1 1
ne.-. i :-
ni tie :iitrm-;i-
t a m i : , and
; n I od, and
pi u idence
for vv i tli
i-t. tind die
t i;e e e.:ing
1 t brok-
1 ' M'UM ol a
iii-- Ironi the
, Jor.es and
t ol christ : io
Tib r, ; ' ie ,ip
-n 1 F.irr.i-i-ing
1-' iu-':c, lie, N. ('.. at sueii it great
-1 - r ! t i ':- , i ttni thorough!- convinced
tht 1 in be ot more eivice io
my customers at rr, ol te,-- oi
business, dealing our go. ;k ,;
prices never heard of before tin--Greaf
Slaughter Sale, thin 1 couio
)os-ib!y be in tbj liti s of Cm
Thanking my frie mis for the
honor intended 15 g Ike, T. G A.
le D., can be iound tor a week or
two yet at his store in Thornton
Blot k, where you will al-y.ijs fiud
a hearty welcome Irom him.
CUT 1.1. Y St
i-.l 'a:-- -ippk- 0.
THIS FINE RATTAN ROCKING 0HAIK.
At Suter's for $ 1 .50.
Also the L?.r;e liattan Advertised elsewliere
at 62.50 for si, 75.
rruciiAsi;i) stuaiqht no job lot.
insey Seminary Larst' Bst LFif!s ,
J T J ; Stock of Furnii
lilKLS AND Y01.V; LADIHS
La ( i it am; k, N. C-
A .n; r.-i- in J.ili-r.irv, Art and Mu.;o
'. I :
t K-r.i ; ,
n'lip' te- ir. p,riee :t li
win n in i van t,-i r4t: are eon-ider-it
exec!-. Building -n li ro-1
ii - t demand. Ilormitones bifii
I w ilh ne w furtiiture.
ita! 'irne. a'plv to
.lo-i.cii Kin-sky. l'r'.iK-ij, ,) .
uy, tier co'ii
Death loves a
often cu's down
Hire seems so
1 til -
THE UORTH CAROLINA
Mm of Anicubre
'-Ziand Mechanic Arts,
Cffers Throe Te:hs:cal Courses:
ru i n
i hose whose
welfaia of ti
finding out .
t iii n gs woi k
ie wolid s nest interest,
ot ?rovidel.ce ate pa-t
But v. e know t hat ah
(tut g ion to tho-e who
: higu e .
t il ii
i r t:e !
love him While we hoot
to .- e our b-I o.-, d ,-i
restored i j heal ii ..i d :
exerei-e lie: liigu e r .- i
among In r
tl i -Cit-.; C- C i
woi Id of siekn
"Where sickue-s. or:o
Are felr and toned :m man-
a ue n ansa ion lias oeeti
ious one for Mattte, at d t i
and intense suffering she
here bnt intensities the ecs'
peace and happiness w.;
bless her in her celestial home.
A life long method;-'. .v;rn a i-
laaeueu witn cnaii.y
with every christian
a glorious entrance o r. -nade
into the poi '. a i
What a welcome si u
me' ! What seei.
triumpii tioia the -u ' :
Jesus ncci;"ipat,o i
sidrit through I he i-e.
preseii rs ner ; o tne v
v, :: a ; t
u: t -
' 1 ! il
r ii -
iik l oi iisKiv .i,i:ii-ri.ii-;i:
Lq i'iii: i ui i : -1-. in si ii m k.
1111. I in K-I-. IN .111.1 IIANII .l. l
A r.i. l.-in ie ltl u.-;i 1 ii .r.
I'rnrturi r, -Miestori
f'nies Tf t
Tumors, i!i i
Also. n;-!ii?Iy -oilier
-.-1 &f;o;i'.a Remedy tor
:;'.'it of the ola.
o'"!;Tiiilnf ion, Styo
. . ''lifted Eye Lashes,
1 1 1 tli e 1 1
. its t '., ti
a s i.-ti-i n i t
a' to tli.
I.CW III o.e
i.t. I -
- a i : e
heaven? How delight i .
ing. reunion wr !i 1 .
Iieii.ii e, and w ha" a i
lti.it spreads ir-eil
r.ip-u.iu-- v; -.on oi ;hi
To ln r tarn Iy and ;.;endJ, v
heai ts are to ! i . ,-. ; in
their irreparabi-- i-'--, I p- i
mm wno aio; e is a i -
the pangs ct ; ad ht
console them i n t Y.s n
Another ane' oi' of the -'-i,
been cast in the io:r af h--..Vea.
and God grant its cable ot love
may draw us all up higher, and that
temporary separation sre i
dure may make the joy
un'on then tin m re d-1
full. 1 '10 V. SANiiT t.-s
( -.a:: N. '. A -t .. Is. i
. .I ai'liHin hen QSfrt lr
siieli ns I Irert, Kevi r
I'-.'iH If Il.-rir.i O .. ..
vv;:,:..'. . ... 1 'iin,iiiiminiii xists.
Mire 1 S.I. :-. .'-,.VJ.1 may be used to
SCL0 fJY Li DRUGU.-iS Af 25 CENTS, f'.
Do you know what vor.r con
ditie.u Aviil be 2 o ye.irs hence?
Will your caniiii;'' capacilv
be equal t- t!ie supnrt of
yourself and family? This is
a serious question, vet, V"U
could confidently ansv.-er
"yes" if you had a twenty
years Tontine Policy in the
A method which guarantees
all the protection furnished
K.s'-tt i "'.it-.' :- brnad an tl i if-atjli .
ll:-- :iw,:tul;.-ii i now i mopped for e.
kiii -.v.itk. Expenses very iiioderatf.
S-r--inIl i ilell.- Si-Jitelllbl'l' Otll.
For ( ;.i;iloi;iies. itddress
AI.EXAXDEIt Q. IIOLLADAY. V
kal. iuh. X. k.
iiiversity of h4ortli Garolina
nitua of all Kinds
Ever In ought to Lasterii Nor th Carolina, and at ROCK BOTTOM
Prices. .J. Suter,
South Front St roof , under Chattawka Hotel.
AHM & CO.,
'eje. the l"n;veril v.
M'oli.a! s-rhoo! iin',1
f 'i- Teaeher, ( 'ulleite
-..r; board 7.W to
Seion be" ills
laelii-!. - the C
tin- Law Si-hoo!. tl:
t lie s.'!iiin.er s !n -i
slti.'o ;. n,i,t
Sept. i'.. Ad 1 ie-s
I it i : s 1 1 1 1 : n t Winston,
io ' i.0w Chapel IIIll X. C
THE IDVEfST TERId
Of the Filty-tliird, Annual Session
ST. iABY'S S0H00L,
Raleigh, IT. C.
50 "-HEAD H0KSES AND MULES" 50
RANGING FROM 4 TO 7 YEARS OLD,
And Weighing From 850 to 1450 lbs. Each.
Some extrti llneD.-ivers in Horses also adapted to all purposes4
Exceptionally lincJDraft Horses and Mules.
REV. B. SMEDES, A. M.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
' - T - -
iht ot th
m- kind of life i:
ar. 1 in. addition the.
ca h returns; to th- -liol
tiers whose live s
loured, and vho tY :1 I;
k;o:;-. y rather than .'. tt--;
!" -r lacts and fittrcs, :.,!-..!
RODDEY, Mr-n -
For the Carol. .
in.- 1 : -
Aiiinial Session hee-in- Sept.
keui-tei' lor la-t year 34."i.
i. are1-:- Tne ih-vi lopau-nt ol
;'.--.-i r and Int.-l'ect. Iniihl
jh v ivinu'li'l Y-1. Full v j 1 1 : i-
.t.'.t-y. .--l ite aail J'o-t
' :Mnii-i:. be:.li .- li r.-t -(!...-
An. kniuaoi-. ( 'oin-
i .-i : r:-.! SI iii'i -s.
lielll. X. ( '.
A full and complete line of Buggies and
Harness always on hand.
Blue Front Stables, M'ddloStreet,'':New- Berne, N. C.
L L Bldi IX' SEPT.
Death ol lb . - . : . .
Dr. Wilht-m ('.
till of st i t ; j c , ...
the ! u I Ye I i r v i c v I
his afternoon a" the
aged lo years. Pi'e.fessor Dabuey
is well known in medical circles.
a member of the American Medical
association and the Assneia'ion of
American Physicians. H - was a
. , Ik .1.1 nt
' O.'l . W ! . I i.i.l
; LiLC-RC -AFTilt tea , fa j l-'o-
er. E. C, West's ftcrvo ant
id, I MIL
1'iie i-"Y '
, i .1 r im ar
I a limited iHiii.bi r oi o .-.
a - :n ' hli not exti'i'iliny- $")
Kimli-li '1'eit ion i roni s 1 .50
I'lltSl'ilji - Si.1'" per 11. until
.; '! .-'.: e at
F. S. Duffy.
1. a V:.r
'- m t il
I a r (
U L Al; AN XLLH
.r;n;1.--e, r-y null:
. ii i. t'',:-,:'i-V.'-':.
1.-: 1.---S i-f 1'- -a-r
--ii, o.-.i 1
i. h :i 1.- -. i
: t .-: 'j. ie. :
in I' I re-- irinri
RIIODF.S. rel.Ioil. X. ('.
La Fayette Military School
A High Ciiiide Preparatory Scln
lli. II. ij. HYATT'S
11 I At
brother of the preset
the State Depart ment.
A French inventor has got up a
streetcar or omnibus driven with
gearing from a treadmill attached
to the rear of the vehicle and sup
ported on wheels. The horse, there
fore, rides while he works.
bko.l ' - of every name and nature,
by Dr. 1 t. .- (' i..-lileu"Molifl Discovery,
lf roii - . i v orcan iiito healthy aeti- 'ii,
punti.-s ;e.. i .-Mi ieLi-i the l-k'n!. anil thrc vieh
it ekati.-i's rail nae-'.v.i tbe v. holy svsfeni.
All skit!, a:. I Scalp Ihm-mI from
a Coianioii : : h or rupti- a tl.u -iv..;-pt
Scn-iula. : i-urcii by tt- K t Tott-.-r, Sjak
rbeina. lo -:::a. kry-ipka-, liooa, ani
Carhiiiiel-. .-. the " I'itieovery " is a direct
Mrs. CAiinuyi: Wef:k-
I.F.V, of t'.'Ma., J'xll.l-
i.-oi t').. -l;a., writes:
"I Fil'JcreJ for ono
i;uarter oi a century
with "fever-pore" oiicer)
on mv leu an 1 eezcnia
tous t-rnj'tiia.s aial Rave
up ait li' '!" ut i t-r iiein
w-11 UKattl. jiut 1 ant
hajipv to ?ay taat vi.ui
III. i'a ri e's t;.'-;.;i n 5lcd-ii-al
Iiiscoveiy ma'Io a
coinpicte cure of my ail
ments, r.ltlnaigh Chad
s and uluiutt ail kaoivit
-le Agent, Xew y
' RAVEN -T. '
tali and Uiorouuli ia-tni. tion in
, Art. and B11-;
t ii-n'ty i- e
t lafue . -,-
111. 1 Oia-lii
Kinston. IV. C.
1 1 1
Diseases of the Eye and General Surgetv.-
a 1 Wei
I'ipo for tli aii
all sizes in
Be'stue to buy ti barrel of
alu'm jl. i Mii:
For Sanitary Purposo
i'iih-1 you ever saw.
1 ''l ices Guartintcd.
SfffMiLES FQH SALE,
i 1 - 1 ;
p irtii n'ar-.
v 1 : 1 ; 1: x, sup-;.
F 1 veto -vide. X. ( '
1 ' ioitb -class Yacht Sails and Ringing at
a i a t hi -so obtainable on the seaboard. Also
A.r.ipietc Outfits For Fishermen.
1 i. - 'iimcnsions ol your boat and we will submit
t! plans and estimates on her complete outlit
in 1 '
1 1-1.1:1 1 ia
1 i;o-io. .
-! fjU'l.pe.l '
1 1 N
Caroline WnEtti r.v.
trieJ fiiller. r-.t ilocte
remedies without i-t
I Isinl-lli;i i;
A t'k1. v to
A. m. w;i i
-1 - in
p.n. -t -i 1 ' .L'la pi .
in tlie -Iati-. K
a v. -.-u-i tor Ca
pay own uxpensi
i", X. k
;aS3S2Y, E. S., Principal,
Sen j Cc. (-tamps1 for new
' -o :'i I So. Water St..
Illustrated Catalogue of Sails and Marine Goods.
CARPENTER Br CO.
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
Aug. 23, 1894, edition 1
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