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.-y ... FOB CHIEF JUSTICE:
' Jame U. Shepherd, of Heaulort.
IOR ArSOCIlTE JITSTICKS:
Walter Ciarfc, of Wake.
. Jmes C. Maiie, of erniei-
V -' FOB CAfK TKEiSUBKK:
8am ul M:L. Tte, of Bark-.
Om KttPEKSKNTTATlVKS Is cox-
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Cookr. i f Fr.nl"i.
Kvw t I i c A. Y (irh-vi.
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..V Sixth, DiTu-r J
j--'. 8eV'ab Dirtfi.T J
' detvoo, of "R an.
Enrhtb D" c -W
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run STJPKRr k mrn? jtdgkx:
Tbir.i l)i-.ic J .(' H.fv, ot
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. i Xth Dwtriot VV.
Jc.,o( WaUnga, '
-Twelfti District 11
- , . FOB SOLICITOR:
i.'For (Olicitgr second jnriicial dis
trict to . B- Daniel.
TnLrd District John R. VVood-
Foorth District E. W. Fon, of
Fifth District E. 8 Parker, of
Sixth District-r-O. H. Allen, of
. ; Seven t&Diatalot X. A.MeLean,
' of Bobeaoo.
Eigh U District-Emory E. Raper,
IHnth District tf. W. Barber,
" si Wilke. '
Tenth District W. C. NewUnd,
Eleventh District J. L. Webb,
. of HeTeland.
. Twelfth District George A.
Jones, of Macon.
v ; ' C H. J. IATLOK.
' O. B. J. Taj lor Is the colored
Etoorder of Deeds fa the District
of Colombia. He immn of educa
tion ud Democrat who has been
regarded as a favorite of Cleveland.
; It will be remembered Jnat, in
the eaiij days of the present Ad
siaisUatton, Mr. Taylor was ap
pointed by the Preideat United
States Minister to Bolivia, bat failed
of "confirmation iy the Senate.
- Even if be had been coo firmed
It is believed' that h woald have
been rejected by Bolivia.
Mr. Cleveland i not the man to
abandon a friend under drf, fo
after Taylor had hen rejected as
' Minister to-. Bras I the President
nominated him to encceed Fred
- Don glass as Recorder.
- This". nomination ery din-
iatelul to tbe pe4Ie of the D:-
TH1 TAP. IFF.
1 oacLes. Much Bpec
in.liilfd at Washington
w i i 1 be the action ot the
SWAN I liOUO lOniUM HKM'E.
Wews IU-ms on a Vari. j siilt.jfcls.
Mr. L. D. - 11 . .1 M jville
died last Tu
Iit-s K in. i.. r.-spert to the tariff,
ini' i in- uri I.,, , moment is near at very Bu.lileul.
h.kij.l. ii no action is taken by thei Tbi-rc whs on.
.if tefore twelve o'clock
iiiclit the bill, which re-3ot-d
Congrtss will lecouie
i.iinu! uuoiitil limitation.
'l'i;i 1': ...-.liU'nr is certainly em
; i . t . ! ' li.itf vr he does will
.: j i:, ,i to s rft criticism. If
! ;i H m i be tririlV it will be
s'! t.uit Luis eating crow of
ut .vud most indigestable
qu4ii ,; ii he vetoea it, it will bs
- dj.i; hi-, sinbbornness has per
....u.i ' i thrt McKinley law and
iiiHind b i - party; and if he neither
tppprovet nor vetoes the bill, but
(t-:iin 8 it ro become a law by
non action, it will be said that
nt- ci.i.-. pUjcd the coward, and
ii.ii d s much vaanied backbone
h iuoi:it- djuioted and has
I . '"U : j . If Cr
ii w, i, Mr (Cleveland's person-
i ! i i i i ; . inav 1ms affected, It is
.juuj i' kuow that theconntry
is have t, redt from tariff agita--iotand
l'Q3iaeas resume some
ih:n& of the steadiness so essential
to national and individual prosper
ity. Tuesday morning all will be
kuovro, aud whether the McKinly
lw will continae or the Senate
biil become the law, it will be the
part of patriotism, as well as of
self interest, to adjnst ourselves to
the situation, and move forward
in oar business pursuits with
indomitable energy knowing after
here last eek . M . Lc !(.'
and Mrs Fnny Philips, wulow of
tho liiic Urvce Phillipn, of (Queens
Creek, wre happily miiicd at the
residencK of Mr. James (Jarsou,
near Silver Dale by K. B. Uar
Several visitors are in town
amonf,' i hem, i'rof. Geo. T. Karnell
and family liom Bhn boro N. C, Mr.
A. M. linker from joor cry, work
ing in ti e interest of the building
loan association, Mr. ). Funchees,
of Haliiinore, the polue drummei;
Mr. W. W. Mar'in ol'name place
now we believe, the hardworking,
drummer, K- K. Jones the Middle
St. merchant of New Bel ne, Mr.
John Pearce Jr. and sister, Miss,
Bettie, from Pollocksville, Mis,
Cora Pro vow from Lyuwood N. O.
M. Llayette Henderson of White
Oak, and Mr. l)n ward of the Jack
sonville Lumber Company, with
several others, Kome prospecting
others for pleasure and health.
lievd J. J. Hines ol Uiver Djle
Craven Couuty is don prospecting
for a Iiailroad from that place here;
we hope he will get it.
Wehave three steamers on White
Oak River now.,,' Nannie B,"
'Blanche'' and "May Blle" this
looks like businesi, nut that is not
a "Rail Road."
Four Urge sohoouersin port now
loaded wnh lumber for tbe north
ern cities, from Prettymiu aud
Palmer's mill here.
Mr. Editor would jou like to see
a genuine live newspaper started
here called the "Swansboro Weekly
NewsT" look out it may come some
Revd. W. R. West preached two
all. that it is personal effort, good sermons for as and announced
joined with courage, energy and tnac ne sna nesiaing riaer
honest dealing, that gives success. v- V""11 ?"u' r- ? , , "
THE MILL BY THE FIELD ing here annonBcing tbe first San-
There are indications of a better da7 in SeP-neV , J , .
v i s w nr.itr nir mu ih ii in
day coming. The morning star has anneran ftnd reached for ns
apppearel, prophetic of approach-Sunday night also Monday
ing day. night. These are the first for three
The hamming of the industries monthB, mckness the cause.
a. they resume operations will be I -
sure-to spoil the harmony of "e ia8t week at "Piney Grcve, with 5
croakers. accessisons to the church.
There is to be no instantanious Only one Merchant in Onslow has
The evolution will n "Ad "n any newspaper, a. S.
amitn oi Marines ana we near ne
FI'SION i w ki .
Ki linhlk'jitK uinl 1'ohiIN;s lii. lii'
I t kit -I'Opll Uld I'll'dj.- lo (ill I f
a Negro Lcistor
iC.v k 1 1 ii , Aug. 2."). '1 Ii.- i:.-i.ubh-can
county coin cut loii hcic in
attracted many HepublicaiiH ami
t oj'uii.i I'd . wvn'i u iu,t uu ir ri n
a caucus several hours lonr. lhe!
following propo-it ion was made to I
the Populist: " '
The Populists shall name the
Senator and one member of the i
House and one halt of the counts !
ticket, and if this proposal is up- j
oepted the respective) committees
of the Populist and Repnblicinj
parties pledge themselves to sup
port the ticket thus nominated.
The Populists accepted I his and
agreed to endorse the Republican
part of the ticket, the Republicans
likewise to endorse the 1 .nlist
Some Republicans a 'itagoni.f d
this bitterly, saying rs purpose
was solely to obtain ofnV.-.
A negro called on S. Oiho Wil
son, Populist connty chairman, foi
a statement Wilson, wtu is -x-Siate
chairman, said the Populists
would stick to tho proposi'ion
made by the Republicans.
In answer to a direct question by
a negro as to whether the Populist
party would support a negro, Wil
son said it had agreed to aad
would support any man put np by
the Repn. licans, provided the Re
publicans Mnck to their agree
ment. The convention almost unanim
ously declared in favor of fusion. It
nominated D. P. Young for Super
ior c urt clerk, J. P. H. Adams for
sher fl' an.! James II. Young, c lc-r-ed,
and A. L Green for the Legi.-l i
ture, aud then requested the Popu
list at their convention, September
ll'h, to name the rest ..f the
Vii , ( -i
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ym of Tuition.
100 . .,-
He c -sary
it in Ii'..
lis t'l ii-,.
seen i , . :
ers oi : i.
to perl. ;
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state. .. .
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sees a ulefj
r: fence "f
Troatsii ink School.
WILL iiKC-IX SKPT..".d. 1.-s!l.
be gradual, bat the improvement
will be permanent
The betterment will not be con
fined to any section of the Union,
but that locality will be the most
prosperous whose environments
is doing more ba.iness than any
other two merchants in tbe county,
and the "Ad didn't cost over a
huodn d dollars either
Cotton nd corn crops are pretty
good, Mr. Stephen Stanly has the
first open bolls around fully ma-
are most favorable and whose peo- tared
pie show the greatest interprise, Oapt. Bill Dennis killed a large
energy, pluck and endurance. alligator last week near tbe saw
While as Americans we exult at " a"u yttV u -r. bw
aooiuer yesi.eruay near iuo oauitj
place, "varmints" are seldom seen
the general prospect, our bossoms
thrill with delight in oontempla
tlon of what the South will be if
her people keep step with the pro
gressive spirit of the age.
North Carolina is highly blessed
in Salt water.
- trict ot Colombia. They said that
it was doably oj-cMouable in that
. the appointee wan- both a oegro
- ' siul an alien. They infristeyi that
the appointment of Douglass by a
- Bepoblican Adu-.intstration was
" . offensive, but that the installe.t.en
' of Taylor by a Democratic Presi
dent was worse. It was an insult
and an outrage. . Further; The peo
" plo -of the District said that the
appointment was a direct violation
f the principle of Local Self gov
srameut. Tbv assrtd th ttic.-e
, is no propriety iu appoiotiu an
-' ofioe of such a character, but if
- thoEecorder must b a negro give
! os a District of Columbia negio
Bat remonstrance affected nothing,
.:snd C H. J. Taylor was inducted
Into offica and is to-div Recorder
i - Of Deeds for tbe District ot Colnm
':, bis in the City of Washington.
:. Mr. Taylor is not havng a ple ss
, ant time ia tbe Federal Capital.
Indeed he is in very hot water.. The
"Civil-Service Commission have
' teen upon his track a good
. . while, and now they have treed
' - him.
r ' Tho Eichmond"Di8patch publish
- SS a . special, dated Washington
Aug. 24, that saya: "The case of the
colored Eecorder of thsDietdct of
; Columbia, C Q. J. Taylor, who has
H been charged before the Civil-Ser-
; Tioo Commission with seeding
eircQlarsto colored employees of
tho gorernment soliciting contri
' - bo tlon s for campaign purpose?, was
:l laid before Preaidsnt Cleveland
" this ' sftei soon by Civil-Service
Commissioner Proctor who has
Washington, Aug. 24 The
case of the colored recorder of the
with mineral wealth, but not more District ot Colambia, 0. J. H. Tay-
t-o tha eee is in tbe salubrity of lor, who has been charged by the
tt.y . ." r.w . a-,,1 the" lertilitv of her civil service commission with send
V4ttt, : needed here, andl circulara to colored employes
ehsj I:e.v j the South, is the lull
or toe government soliciting com-
trlbntion for oamoaicn nurDOses
. - . i
utuiz or ot our resources oy was laid before President C eve-
to enr own people all the una tnis aiternoon oy uivu aervice
ivnii; i of the sitnation. The ommiasiouer rrocior, woo una
naa cnarge ot the matter. Tbe
tr. i -a:-. :. ut-
cf our own raw mater-
rflnnrt. mailM in Mia puba hv
. . t
t) ..rouacis reauy '"t , "-"o commissioner is a short one.
com umer would aaa very largely i the testimony taken makes a very
to corr.ioit, convenience and bulky document. Beside Taylor
.er.il pr osperity of the people
I a X t-iL Carolina the manufac-
tnte , , , .ibacco Has done as mncn
t .rt .ie benate and tbe people as thing serious had been found in the
i . ;:o iiic-ion has, and the success charges or . the matter would not
k .o .,k.,aa th. m,n,.fAi. have been laid before tbe President
I . 1 . ' n M I. . H 11..., U l - .
I ior action
Village Swejd Iuto the Sea,
St. Petersburg, Aug :'.". a
terribly disastrous cyclone swept
along tho shore of Sea of Azoff to
day, working immen-e damage. In
some instances entire villages were
swept into the sea. Many steamers
were sunk or driven ashore and
wrecked and it is believed that at
least 1,000 persons perished.
() i: kfn ; j
Will ' to ,i c
i COIi Veli loiw
I State. 0 -:
i coiiVfid ion--.
! other. .
otlu r t he -I
veP i io:is :
! ticket vvi i ., (
Ml le ! e
i .-. mail w;i
t ; ., i -T is a, wa' i. ;
Girl That's f : m
i ht-'s nearly as mtersrui
1 v-p Ii v tut nre. TMr-l
j man who iiKere- '- ep
I vv 1 1 ii a pi e:-e u : ; i
; (K'Sicive : he prese
i teres' 1 take in it.
i Col. W. t p.
'. XI . Poli-.trd taiiie.
! iiiilJ make a iir.
i's a m-ir.
; ir! i'he
the tit an
; ii .ii :n 1. 1 ! e- priiii
ii. Kill ILS.
Ti'enli.M. X. ('.
25 witnesses were examined.
Mr. Proctor declined to say what
the findings of the commission
were, but it was evident that some
of v. u n fabrics is a sparkling
(,'ein in t he diadem of her glory.
The day is coming when, not
only in North' Carolina, but
Faced One Mile in 2:04 1-4
Chicago, Ang. 24. Joe Pat-
chen, 2:06, has at last tasted the
throuuhontthe South, the cotton bitter dregs o defeat. In the match
.;u .n k in ,.! nrniimitv tn race at ashington park to-day
u- ....d. r .u I the great pacer was beaten by Rj
4a ue.as, iu. rui, u. tut. jm 2.0jit hi8 riva, iQ 8traight
fll 1 and mill alike contributing to heats, but the latter was forced to
the wealrn and happines t of our hang up a world's record to snatch
I j. l a. j- m
mm lumnio tne victory irom ine -mssouri
, , . .
A .rj : ... .1 ilAmnnatrltiAn nf ttiftl
' 1 " ..... The three beats paced are the
superior auvantages wmcn me fagt ever made b va pacer in a
Sou tn oners to inis inansrry is to race 2:0o, 2:00 and ii:(Mtt the
be found in the greater success of I average being 2:06, and in that
the Southern mills as compared fact tne Pachen people find some
wi, Lie counoiaiioo. due me getuini:
with those of New England. Very
few of the Southern cotton mills
shut down or even reduced their
product, during tbe business de
. . n . i t n l. .i inn TTAOra
won bo easily in tbe last two heats
as to encourage the belief that had
be been forced out by Geers be
might have done a still more
ThA m ttfrIl tv&fl fer a. r.nrao r f
nue neariy very mm in me east i 5 qqq and was bv lone odds the
was closed at one time or another. Uvent oi the Northwestern Breed-
Tbe outlook for cotton uianufac- ers' meeting.
turing in the outn was
before so bright, as now
In a late issue the Manufacturs'
"The Manufacturers' Record re
Cheering- Anarcbigts in Uenoa,
Rome, Ang. 24. The court of
appeals in Genoa confirmed to-day
the sentences of all tbe anarchists
who were found guilty of inciting
runtlv aononneed that several of the people to revolt last winter
I WI Iian I ria iicmnAci w a tn !-.-
- - . - . Ai I the lareeat cotton-mill companies . . u r n
r Prtctor declined to say what the of New England would build mills by a crowd of 8ympathizer8 wno
iu me ojuiu m uiuci w uuiu uicn i uueereu mem auu uurraueu ior
trade on coarse goods. It was anarchy.
A. .1 .a. aV.n 4-1 wn a 1 r f ARiinn y-v
eiai.OUJ.i buoi.inio mat, u-iu w Nnrlh Pupollnft Allinni.
. . . i es j : i
me general uusaium uq.ioiuu, President Butler, chairman of
these companies would not com- the State Farmers' Alliance execu
mence active work until there tive committee, In his repsrt made
were such signs of business im- to the committee, says that the
findings of the commission were
but it was evident that something I
erioQS had been found in the
Changes or the matter would not
havs been laid before the Preai-
dsnt for his action."
Eecorder Taylor has been inter- provemect as would enable them to strength of the Alliance is about
- Tlswed, and ia the interview he place their new stock to advantage twelve hundred greater than it was
tiiwt bii tniMn H Arm ntt On last Thursday the first mill to twelve months ago. The State
. - ... . , , . . .. . I take definite action, the Massacliu- president. Mewborne, has been
, 3 M " V setts Cotton Mills, of Lowell, pass- quite active in organizing new sub-
that be i ths subject of race e(j a resolution to increase its alliances and reorganizingold ones.
persecution. He says that many capital stock from $1,800,000 to The North Carolina Alliance now
' whits; men have done the same 2, 400,000 for the purpose of in- has about 27,500 members.
: M ..n h u ainirled out tor wtin8 U,J9.900 l5e Da!1(11DJ. ?f Tne finances have been just
r -7v a cotton mill in tne aountn. inis large enough to operate it. The
'l'i because he is a negro. company, unable any longer to fees are small, no larger then when
Sow. It strikes ns tnat toe uivu- meet the active competition of it had 100,000 members
.' Service. Commissioners' are no Southern mills on coarse goods, The State business agency shows
- . MinMbMnf mham. Thv invsriii. determined to face the stnation la business during the twelve
Xot to Belong to the Southern Railway
ClNCiNNATi, Aug. 25. To-morrow
the Tribune will announce that
the Cincinnati, Naw Orleans and
Texas Pacifio road has finally pass
ed into the hands of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton men, which
means that it will not become a
part of the Southern Railway com
pany, now being organized by the
Drexel Morgan syndicate.
The President May Stay in Washington
for Some Time.
Washington, Aug. 25. "The
President has no plans about leav
ing Washington when Congress
adjourns," said Private Secretary
Tharber this morning. Mr. Cleve
land will leave town probably Wed
nesday morning, and go direct to
Gray Gables, but is not unlikely
that he will agree to remain over
antil Thursday morning to partici
pate in the encampment of the
Uniform Rank of the Kuights of
Pythias, which begins Monday.
The Deeiine of Maniagj Among th
"ine net oi master marriages
among peobleof wealth throughout
the country is far below the uenal
average m point of numbers," says
a New lork eociety journal.
"Every woman knows that mar
riage is siowiy dui aying out in
these United States. The rich are
the first to feel its effects. Bache
lors' apartments are multiplying
everywhere. The skyscraping
novels that are ascending in all
our cities are being built for the
celibacy, not of married life.
'Ine rash for admission into
club is unprecedented. Tnc wo
men are the cause of the strained
relations of the sex. They feel they
can gel along without the men,
and the men feel they can get along
without the women. The Amer
ican eirl has set a standard ot
luxury to which the American man
refuses to follow her. If her father,
says the American man, will pay
lor her extravagances, let him
She will never find a husband to
do so. And marriage goes on
A ShOitiii: AiiiMy !!:: .vii I'r .; hs'is.
KAi.Klon. N ('., Aug. '-:"'.
There was a sensation yesterday
in Vance country. Tun brothers,
named Buiweil, have ;-ad a feud
.- a I .
t'e. it .f. ; iie r.ian
aianiiood an;! the
the d i c 1 1 let ; hat are
growing out of tl-
One lived vcitli
wife at the ok!
went there to see
other brother sial
division ot their
his mother ami
home. The other
his mother. 1 h .
Jeuly rushed clk
of the house at him wit.t r.-voher
in hand and began firing, while
the ladies screamed v.i'h fear.
The visiting brother returned the
tire and eleven shots were txchang
ed while ilte mru were iu the yard.
Tho resident brother was shot in
the leg. Oae brother had just been
released from a peace bond, huvins
made threat; against t ie other.
Special to the Wilmington Messenger.
Almost Crazed by J!i
ii: ef Hi,
Blind d by Explosion of a Bicycle Tire,
Jeffeesonville, Ind., Aug.
23. Lyman Parks, 20 years old,
son of Dr. Floyd Thorn an, director
of the Indiana prison South, lost
his eyo sight yesterday thiMOgh
the explosion of the pneumati-j tire
of bis bicycle.
Parks was enroute to Condon,
when in some manner the air tube
of his wheel exploded. After hav
ing adjasted a new one Parks com
menoed to inflate the tube, and
this too exploded. Fragments of
tire struck Parka iu both eyes,
from tbe effects of which he has be
come totally blind.
Jacksonville. I-'l.v., Aug. 2.
Near St. Augustine, Fla., to-day,
Mr. J. W. Cra-t accidentally killed
his wif . Mr. Crate was preparing
to go hunting, and was sitting on
the porch w.th hi:; gun across his
knee, the i.Mi :::'.. peini'.ig to ward
his -ife wl
vioas. in ii
ago in Li-xsngi.
not the eanciti
i hood, the -.
I Christianity o-
I running for me." The Col. should
j have used the woid "irom1' iostead
I of -Mo:.'' l!ut when a man gets as
i deep in i hi- mire as old Bieckin-j
riuge is lie must LiepeusI on cheek
to get him out ,
J If a man were to give another at:
j.H.-.pge he would merely say, "I
;iiveyou this orange, but when
the transaction is entrusted to thr-
hands of a lawyer to he nut iu writ
ing, he adopts this form: "1 hereby
give, grant and convey to you a!i
and singular my estate and interest,
right, title, claim aud advantage of
and in said orange, together will
ail its rind, pulp, and pips therein,
with full power to bite, cut, suck
and otherwise eat the same, or give
the same away, as fully and effec
tually as I, the said A. I, am now
entitled to bite, cut, puck or other
wise eat or give the same away,
with or without its rind, skin,
juice, or palp, anything1 herein be
fore or hereinafter or :-i other dee-'
or deeds, iiinUunies. . or ir. tiu
ments of what uan.i.- or kind
soever to the contrary in any ise
;f Agriculture Tr
ind Mechanic Arts,
J-srs if-rec ieccmcai Courses:
nj i'iii-: i di iisi: in ai.iih n.n i;k,
-.- Ill: i "I ItsK IN S( II.NCK.
nj nil-: (in iisKiN mki iianii a i. .t
Lll CIVIL 1-NliiN KlililM..
;ei v. ii . :i -...h A Cll'l. 'in if liil 1 1 -:l1 in Ii
K;u li ii iir-e is broad an thorough, and
the institution is now equipped for excel
lent work. Expenses very moderate.
Sessi.in iipens Sijjitcmboi- Cth.
F.i;- : 1 1 aleiu'i us. aililrcss
-LXANDI-iK Q. IIOLL
K.ile'mh. X. C
ADA V, Pres.
University of rslorth Carolina
Includes the College, the University,
the Law School, the Medical School and
tho Summer School for Tenchers, College
tuition ifOu. 0" a y,j;,i-,- bnard .JT.Od To
S13.0O ;i mouth. Session begins
Sept. i'. Add.ress
PkKSIOKX T Wl XSTnx,
j.3o l-2w Cluipcl Hill. N. C
THE ADVENT TERES
Kilty-third Annu-il Session
Raleigh, N. C.
THI8 riXi: It ATT AN ROCKING CHAIR.
At Syter's for $ 8 .50.
Also tho Lcire llattan Advertised elsewhere
at $2.50 for sl,75.
lM KCHASLH STUAIG1IT NO .IOI5 LOT.
Largest, Btsf and. Finest
Sfock of Furnitua of all Kfhtfs
Fact brought to Eastern North Can.Lna, and at ROCK BOTTOM
Prices. .J. Sit tor.
South Front Street, under Chattawka Hotel.
AHN a CO.,
REV. 3. SlvlEDZS, A. M.
A n j Wni 1.1 in t ha SLnnth a mill a! Anikn T ..V. . ..... i u
, . , . . , . -. , I auu UUUU l vuv fcjwuvu a ujiw v. IUUUIUO Wl ttUUU b I J,IAIU, 1 L UAH
V l - wu j epindles in order to felt, like everything else, the hard
uuiyiuci. a wiuugui, protect its traae. onon action on i times. Tne business has been as
thai his failure to obey the law the part of the btockholders of this laree as a half million. Wm. A
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VOTlld be tolerated because be was campany means a great aeai ror I Graham reported aa trustee of the
the South. It means tnat every business fund. I his appi-jximates
other mill producmg the same $31,000. Only -',0W) was drawn
line of ooda as the Massachusetts out of it under the act of the last
Mills mast ol necessity follow suit. Legislature, whioh is a rema.kble
Tho lijston Advertiser, in com- showing. Out of it, also, fl,t)00
. : Mvdac should bo a nersoa aeceota- mentiugon this, says: "It is an was expended in the fight against
Wvv. . , . t. ,k . Open secret. lum hjojuic unEgiuc nuou,
w.w ,1TOy.c,uu,u.).u., u wtr i maiiufacturers in this The question of a labor exchange
ii IB office, he should have justice ... .ir..r,ai-i-JK to build auxil- and home manufacture of shoes.
, Md fair-play. The same roles of I i-,r .;Li m the south, leaving cotton factories, etc., was dlscuss-
S egro he was simply mistaken .
We did not approve of the ap
pointment of Taylor in the first
i' i nlaee. It strikes as that the lie-
For Populist Judges of Election
Wants Them to be Xen acc-eptaljle
lialeigh, Ang. 27. Marion Lut-
ler issues a circular letter to town
ship or precinct Populist chaiimen,
ordering them to prepare imme
diately a list of at least six of the
shrewdest, coolest, bravest and best
qualified men in their township or
precinct, to represent the Populists
as pollholders and to go to the
county seats next Monday, confer
with the county chairman, then go
in a body before the cojuty commis
sioners and not only ask tor repre
sentation, but ask the commission
ers to appoint two of the recom
mended judges of election for each ! to t np A Legislature of their own
back toward her iusband.
In some una? -mutable, way the gun
was discharged1 the load of buck
shot entering th woman's back
killing her instantly, Mr. Cra?t is
almost crazed by the accident.
Heavy Ruins in Alabama.
Washington, Aug. 2.1 a spe
cial from Selma, Ala., sayt: The
heaviest rains known for many
years past have fallen here 6ince
last Wednesday, doing inestimable
damage to crops.
About 400 bales ot unpicked cot
ton are rained. Over 1,000 acres of
corn in this country are destroyed.
Reports received state that swollen
streams have submerged at least
5,000 acres of low latids. Rain has
fallen to the depth of six i chef in
tbe last -1 hours.
Two Towns Wreelo ii fiy V.iiid.
Berlin Ang. 2" Tne ; .nvu- of
Schwalm and Wallet brucic, n;
Vogelberg mountain--, in II
were wrecked to d by t h.
wind storm ami wie's:. n ;.
towns were flooded . -id tiei ...
snapped cdf or f t .; ' .
At O heron, a cai! -.t- h ir.-e-
attached and the c were pp.
ed seme durance, in ill-' air bv tl
force Ot the wind and tli"li dad:-. :
to tbe ground Tne c:-ir! wiis coe
pletely demoiislii d and thed;;v. r
and both hoi sen were killed.
The city of Stuttgart , ferman.
had solved the Snnday closing pro
bleni in a novel way. fleer is carried
though the cty i:k watei by a
system of p'pon. The e.jst omer pavs
bis beer rate as he w.u!d his gus or
water rate. The piie-s ;;i(. of ;.-ad
lined with a tint; ia;. er r vvo.ni
pulj) to prevent- : he ., ;
D.-IT Wlill the tne'itl
sir tight, and iiie be.
at i he home oi the consnmer
fresh as when taken fn.'i a buttle.
Two large brewclien haw- Secured
a monopoly of this pe lin nn r
the whole cit v.
TIIK KOI.iM i L - i.tsi K i h
They Will I. . c .i s.-n:.- !
tor and AdjiUHi: lie- ;.e:ri -. ure. I
LJirmmgliam, Ai : A ug
Yesterday afteriii-on promineiit
liepublic.m. h ligm-ed eouri jc
iously iu the Iv liite c i:i.),i:gii,
made a statement to the effect that
the next move of the Jvolbites was
Gov. Hoard tells a story o: an
Irisiimau who, going through a
thick woodland, discovered a man
in a sink-hole in the morass anil be
rushed up tc
llM IU.I,J MLl!
;i drawliug yankee
"Coaie over, for
iie, there s a man iu the
that ho'' naij the
.vankee. ;-How far ia he in."
'Well," sor, he's iu up to the an
kle." "'Oh, well," said the yankee,
,;he will get out." "Xo, sor, be
won't for bejabers I forgot to till
you ho went in head first!"
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
Tin- t.iijrd Animal Session Logins Sept.
-Uu. I S'.(4. Uegister lor la6t yt;:ir 345.
Sj)cci:if Fcatm-e.-:--Tue development ol
Oeaiili. Character and Intellect. Build
ings thoroughly remodelled. Fully equip
ped Preparatory, Collegiate and Post
Graduate Departments, besides lirs't-c-lass
school., in Music. -Vrt, Languages, Com
mercial uiul Inilustii.il Studies.
' II. CLJ.WELL, Prim-ipal.
Silem, X. C.
50- "HEAD H0E8ES AND MULES"" 50
RANGING FROM 4 TO 7 YEARS OLD;,
And Weighing From 850 to 1450 lbs. Eaoli.
Some extra lineJD.-iveis in Horses also adapted to alt purpose
Exceptionally (ineJDial't Horses and Mules.
hlood-".):sons of every name find natnro,
by Dr. 1 leree's Gulden Misliral Discovery.
It rouses every organ into healthy action,
purifies and enriches the biuod, and through
it cleanses and renews tho whole system.
All Blood. Skin. ui:d Scalp Diseases, from
e common blotch or eruption to the worst
Scrofula, are cured by it. For Tetter, Salfc-
ouin, i.c-i;ci:in, h-rys'pelaa, Jbous, and
lie Vl . .A 17
r.:.v, of Carney, Vald
Co.. A.la., writes;
"I eutfered for one
quarter of a century
wnh ' fever-sore" (ulcer)
en my ivg and eczema
tous eruptions and gave
up ail hope of ever being
well again. But I am
iir.env to say that your
C)! VifTe.'s ('inlflpn Me.l
' ix.--il -1 Discovery mado a
r-.. .... M-.-v,-, , ' "ini'icu) cure or my au
Carclisl thkiii. ,n,.nta, ...ithouch I had
tried diffen nt dvetois and almost all known
remedies without etlect.
La Fayette Military School
A High Grade Preparatory School
For Youiiir Men and IJovs.
lli o.'.. uglily prepare Buys ami
Men l'nr the t'tini ver-ii v. W'.-t
Point and Aunapolis.
Give full and thoi-ouh i j.-tni.-t ion in
Music, Art, ami Bur-inc.-.s.
Our fii.-nUy is compos.-.) of nil... irentie.
men Sa vj:o xp-.-ri-nce.
Fill! (.':ide Cornet li.md and i r.-lu"-tra.
A full and complete line of Buggies and
Harness always on hand.
Hhte Front Stables, MiddleStreetNew Berne, N. U.
AT T. J. TURNER'S
'iv ow: in
I- ii r--'--i;! .
in t 1.
I jpinQlF ua-r CORE
va'vj of V alnblfi Lancp in
J cues Court y.
BEAUTY and i
i- e.iii'aiuin hill p ir: icii'his,
d. w. vi;i;i-:x. sup-i.
Favetleville, . C.
, 1 l. r
pa i en:
. S. Duffy, So
Homo. X. C.
Ncve and Brain Tre.i
. ; i!.'! ;;ua: ? i t j T . - -, yy ru
1 ' ; J -L Mnnh i; i.---:
J " lei.-; i.iu-k ef 0. .l.ii :
!; ".1 Drntu-; l.n-n i.f I
l: - in eiile-r ex, r..:
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ii M iliiri.ii.i r t" IM e . u
ill SVK1P. A I'l'rl.'.in
ma, l'.u n.-hiii, ('r..::.,
.... I-: . - t to till:.-.
ii. .v,--j:..-.; ..lU
I . :.: I ..-
A nt, Now
r ; tridenoe shoald apply to him as to
ther Officials of the Government.
Ifko Is guilty he shoald be con
- demted and panished; if he is
'lanocent let him bo declared not
CzZtf and -vindicated.
rlnr urese-it mills for tne man-
ufactti-e ot more suitable grades.
This is b;:r the discoanting of
conditions which have seemed
inevitable for a long time, and
towards which the South haa been
' advancing for years."
ed at length. The salaries of the
executive committee were cat from
$3 to $2 per day, and the secretary
and treasurer hereafter gets only
$1,000 instead of f 1,400, as here
tofore. All its old officers were reelected.
voting place, ana it oojectiou is
made to these names to oiler others
at once from the lists. If the com
missioners say they will not ap
point the jadges Monday then as
certain ii they will appoint them
any day hefor- the first Monday in
October. If not appear before them
on the latter day. There are good
reasons why the commisMoners
should be waited on next Monday.
Butler recommends that t he 1 op-
alists confer with the Republicans
so the two men recommended for
jadges may be acceptable 'o
Will Jackson Come to the Scratch.' i
Sioux Citv, Ia., Aug. 27 The ,
Sious Oity Athletic Clnb, at meet-i
ing to-night, sent checks of j
500 each to Peter Jackson and j
James J. Oorbett, in care of 3 New j
York paper. Corbett haa accepted
If Jackson is satisfied, a represnta
tivA will b sent to New York to
, I urn nraliminartAa .
fleet a I. nitetl .--ates b.1 in tor fc
succeed, Morgan and contest for
Immediately after toe c! ctioa ef
tais Senator, which h.ts been agreed
upon as being ;i liepubl can, the
LegisI :ture wiil ;tdi-jiirn and it wiil
make no effort to seat Kolb, as the
odds are too much against them to
wf.rrunt the attempt ot etich. This
is said ti. he- the last aud onlv move i
what the Jvolbites will make toward i
j a dttiil government. j
I he N'i vt IntiM-eal Kewnue l..ov in KI.
Washington, Aug. L'7. 'fiie
following telegram was Hent to the
collectors ot lauiuu! ic.ctiue ..t
o o'clock this afternoot.:
WASHixGTciX, 1) C- Aug 27. "HI.
After to-day collect tux on all
spirits at sj.10 per gallon and pro-
portionate rate on all fractions ol j
1-10 or more. Notify stamp denut-1
(Signed) Jos. S. Mii.lek, Com'r. 1
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J'roffn.; ; ;
Mi' titir i t ni
Tum(r, Hi-:! ;
Etcctive Remetf tor
- t.t nt of tfia alii
, -HriimiTation, Styo
Miitfeil Eye Lashes,
to otlicrs? Arc there not
person 3 dependent on
vour earuincrs for their
support ? Are they pro
vided for in case of your
death? The simplest and
safest way of assuring
their protection is life in
surance. Business, pro
fessional, and working
men generally, should in
sure, ior their brains or
their muscles, are their
and income too.
stops them both.
72 Middle St., New Berne, N.C.
Ium;: iu the
lo ii liable Life
:I ileath cannot sto
AND I'KK'.fAN-:- NX'cCBE
Also, Minn!l.v i-iiirai UMn ti hen uspd in
oilier usnl urt, s. ,,, e, i Cej-. IVvor
Jiori'H, Tun; .- . .-,.llt liheiim. Burns.
IW114 Hi l l. - S.ltV: liiuy hu hsoU I
SOLO BY ALL UKUGti..iS Af 25 CENTS. ?.
.-ill try i.-r steal your ctipi
toh and 3'our loved ones
will be safe from want.
W. J. RODDEY,
Otncm I A;ent for the Carollnas,
ROCK HiLL, South Carolina.
JIf. II. O. HYATT'N
Kinston, IV. C
Diseases of, the Eye and General Surgetv.-
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
Aug. 30, 1894, edition 1
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