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. - O US PUBLIC ME.V. !
. . t- Tfce 2fer York World says:
- J;Iu La audreai befcro tho Anior
- ieaa Bar Association at Saratoga
;. on T&araJuy, More field Storey, of
Boe&M, 8vt:ilav atraiugfed the leg
. UUttve bodies of toe country. He
declared timfrotn the most august
- lajlslattve body in the country;
tb Maato of the United States,
down to the oidotmen of New York,
;' to eitfxen too ofter distrust? fears
aod ia ashamed of bis repreaenta-
However bnmiliatiog it may
; "b,we have to confers that we
v know very KtUo about Mr. .Storey.
Ho U a Boatoa lawyer, and doobt
V' think that ha lives at the tab
of the turners: The center oflifo
-- and Mht: The ana aroaod which
- Ie8er lights revolve and pale their
- fcefTeoCaal fires.
Y .Y Nevertheless there is trnth in
what he aayaj just eoogh to make
thft falBO ' appear plausible. It is
:-. BOthiajiew for politiciaas to h
4 charged with corruption. Areord
'' -lntft th nnrwMitioa nrorn of
, - i '
v their dy. and the declaration
- 7 of opposition leaders in and on: ol
Coagreas, Washing and Jefferson,
.7 thJackson and Clay wre th laa
) V Wt of men yet they live in history as
greatest of statesman and pvriou
, i 16 has not been shown that any
' aenafor in the present ougress is
corrupt - At one time charges of
- ..corruption filled the air, bnt the
Bost eearching Investigation Tail-!
toeotablish. the charge agninKt a
It f painful lact that the vitn
f . . aad lotellegi,nee of the country in
B t !"o influential in public affair
- aa they should be, bat this i be
. iraaso Try many good citizen
no pt in the election of
C52-lkUtM for official positions.
J Pltn eai-dy is in the baud-" ffihf
- -"pools', sdJ patriotism shoal I lm
- A; pH Visit tola. deevbai u tb' i,
; ! "'Ti.ecracter, the capacity suid
- th v.?rcfae popi reuAsen' .-
. fiver's? r..; be e'evared if w .-
to: 'iav- better jjovfrnmnt. It
' 6" her worda, oar best, our ablest
: - l. oor most pariiotic citizeos
tanrt be brought forward and eleo
. ld to cfflc, if repblin gov-ro-ment
is to ba trn to ita fund.
' " mental ideas. We must tlrct only
. ataieemea to the annate and oniy
honest aid eapaoie men to the
ij legislator, if we are to preserve
oor; time-honored institutions ml
have the tespvot ot mankind.
. It is not enough that a Senator
:or"Beprentative shall be man
" " of ability, he rout be above re
. "promch. so that the mantle that
. fall frcm b;s8iioa'derw, at t end
. ' of hia term of aerviee, may be witli-
oat spot or wrinkle.
I .-;": ; 4u ; - check i. s.
"f -i Woen th tariff bill waa in con-
fare nee ve had grave appieben
' . aion for'the fntare of the Democrat.
io part f. There seemed to be an
-. "impassable gnlf between the
" Democxta of th Honse and
v 4 JJemoAmts of rhe Senate and we
; H feared that the ueit Hous world
be EepalMican. But when a taiifi
' biUwaa passed that is infinitely
better than the MeKinley law, we
saw that the storm cloud was
. - parsing away, and we beMeved
that tho sua of prosperity would
. soon shine upon the American
We looked for the resumption
i of basiaess, but we did not expejt
so great a revival.
The Philadelphia Beoord pub
. V- llahes from day to day report of
tho resumption ol business by
eatabllahed industries, as well as
- . the in an pi ration of new en trp r i ses.
- ;In ita hsoe of August 30th it given
two -eloeely printed oolamus if
. ; projected and reausiatated in.
; dustries ia the state i of Peuosyl.
.Taaf a, Ntw Jersey, Maryland anl
, ; ' "West Virginia. That there is
"-, corresponding activity in othtr
".--?" part r the Union is not to be
" The South never suffered from
the lat depression to the extent
that the East and the West snflVr-
- ;d, but ven here the beneficial
; , effects of the repeal of tho "lc
V " -! Klsley law as plainly to be en.
Hope ha revive! tbroughont the
J ' It u said that the tideof immi
gratUm m taming Booth ward. If
tho South can b so fortunate as
to eecuxe the better class of immt-
, grants it will be of incalculable
V , ! benefit to her, but it should be
":' distinctly uadersrood that she bi
d room for anarchists, sofiilier,
fTC'sctd revolutionists. Honec aDJ
fz j&tei.igeat labor is welcomed in
lJ't tieSoa h, and ao where more so
r;Vtia in Jfortb Carolina, and it
V matters vry little whence
it ecmes if ic becomes aseiinulatd
r ,T to our customs and is obedient to
-- . Another cheering sign of the
j- times is to be loond in the hope-
fal spirit that is amimat-ing our
people. The tribe of growlers will
Z. sever become extinct, but the great
mass of the people are moving
aboaS with more cheerful laces
, aad a quicker step. If their future
iaot better than the past has
s , been it will be met with a more
' 1 reaolBte spirit, a determination
: nerer to iueumb, but to press
V . forward in tho path of dnty
'.';, wherever it may lead.
' X. - Men are to be men, and no longer
. loiterers on the sands of time, and
this of itself spans the horizon
'. with the bow of promise.
';' Ladies, if you want a pure delicate soap
for the eomplectioo, drugjrist will always
recommend Johnson's Oriental Medicinal
Toilet Soap. ;. ; , ,u
or tin- n. c. -
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to lie ill !
onrple: o : :
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of recon i-'
the close of ; :
to se thi!'. i -strngple
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Sta e Ab
meer, 'i' co:.-.
City f i: -20"ti
day i. r
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it rif the
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( . -olniiaoB
C' nzrass as
iui as it is
'.: vi t'lO
. i t!'. yon to
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i ' iivoDtion.
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In- 'ray, aa
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t- -"' rn
ti.' f r.arn
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;r ? .?::ition of
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The IJrs; ti.i-.o;; bUonhl Control
Epitoii Jouusal: As was said
in the not es rf the Democratic
Primary held zt Poli cksvill, there
was an anusa-..liv large attendance
upon ii. oacii acU'adanc is signifi
cant. 1c sbo'.-.'d Ll.as tli o people are
becoaic mo' e I n re interested
in matters pel .'ai.
Tho !t.:j is . y whether
he be a ni il.cr.ic o" a daj labor
er ongjt to uo
'j!.-:c;an, not one
5 ton, bat a dili
.1 nd principles.
ot ths; w:rc-; r. .
gent s;ndcu . of
Aiay witii .j"
e that a man
a -o -tics without
; i. j.. ; v:er. To take
; . i-.ect'.on of the
.id tae reins
i Ln one great
Ami.-: can citizen,
. iio;'o because it
.1 t.y uuscrnpu-
i ; c promising
. he class of
; r eyebrows in
. .o mere mention
r. daiiy grow-
' -i ivr double
v . ' t hemsel
if hoped for
b?en! , tl'.:
mor.ii v. r
rand uo i.
It irf f'f
men v. '
of tr.e v
Ii J I ! M
' i W
M . S
;n : !ved in
(.' i ea upon
i -i:r . y ad
!' ii .ite in
" "n t v is oc-
f ( 'o: eaus.
wb I- i
a il. o Da
() OOO.tlllt) Mn. I" TO.
Mkw Yr k
given 'L'i ; -' s
SoiUi.i'ri 11.: .
20tl, Jt Wii;.-.; t.
niutfd I ', i -.
ed mortf,:'.j;o to
compaTr. , t -i
dae 100 1, v L
asked of the stocl
n r. "'. Notice ia
i.li'i di'rs of the
v c.:ii;any that a
will bo held in
lira, on October
i :i v, 11 be enb
a; i o: .1 a propos-:'-f
. r ?:i'o, 000,000,
:ep; at 5 per
n gold. At this
.-,t!o'i v ill also be
ii.ii!ors to execote
a mortgage on th Kast Tennessee,
Virginia ard Gerr a, for $4,500,
000; doe lf-'.S; dne 1'..'JS with in.
terest at - per cviit., payaoie in
H 1 . G
OrguuizAtiun to Mak Km w.. Pih--Kcsourc
a Adiln Uj K: - ira-
tii- Mi l:.
iJusino-1 men Irnin . In
iouihei n tii ate il t i. c-
on the.idili lut-.t at illard'.i II ntl
Washington 1) C; to devise meth
ous for investigation ;inddrvel
0;!iiunt nt Southern itivvn uients
ad resources. One of u otijects is
to feenre the establiMhmnit cf a
pi-imaneiit .-xhibit ol Southern re
Houriwg in Washington, with au
i.axil'ary tiureau in which the var
'ouh i'i vest inents likely t ncrenre
capital may be recorded with all
particulars and thus establish a re.
liable medium between Northern
capital and tbe rich fields for deve
lopment in the South. With a view
to making tbe convention a suc
cess, many of tbe commercial bodies
in Southern cities appointed dele
gates to represent them.
Tbe convention was called to
order at 10:.'tt) o'clock b Hon. Sam'l
Blackwell of Alabama tbe tbird
auditor ot t tie Treasury, who was
ohairman ol tbe reception commit
tee, and !o made a brief opening
speech. After liev. E. B. Bagley
had prajt-d appropriately Hen
John W. lioss, pre-ideuc of the
board of commissioners of tbe Dis
tr ct of Columbia, delivered an ad
dress of welcome.
Papers were read by Hamilton
Diss ton on tbe Development of tbe
bagar Industry in the Sooth, by
('apt. Hogli Colquitt ol Florida
pbosphatrs; L. C. Erain on Com
mercial Orztinization and bow to
inake tbem suooessful; Hon C. 13.
Mansur second Comptroller of the
Treasury and uu ex-Congressman,
on tbe Resources of Missouri and
by maj M. M. Marks on the Clim
ate and resonrces of his State Flor
ida. There was a fair attendance at
the evening session which opened
with an address by Dr. B. fi. Fer
ow, chief of the Forestry division
of the Agricultural Department on
tbe timber resources of tbe South.
He said the South ha ! a better
class of timber than any other part
of the United States, but had been
wasteful with regard to its timber,
its forests had been culled of its
best timber thus preventing its
Mr. Grigsby Thomas, of Colum
bus, defended the South lrom the
statements about lyncbings and
bnrnings. The trouble between the
North and the South, said Mr.
Thomas, was that each was ignor
ant of the other. Tbe South treat,
od the negro well if he acted well.
He did not believe in these North
ern people who came South and
said: "Get a move on you."
Tbe second and last day of the
convention for the development of
Southern industries was opened by
an address by W. P. Vincenheller,
of Arkanas, commissioner of mines,
manufactures and agriculture of
W. Seymour White, of Fred
ericka burg, Va , chairmau of the
committee on plan and scope, pre
sented tbe report of the committee,
prefacing it by a protest against an
impression that the convention was
intended to" boom'' the South,
Such was not the intention, said
Tbe report was in the form of a
series of resolutions. The re
solutions cordially endorse tbe
movement inaugurated and tbe bill
pending in Congress looking to tbe
erection of a Government building
in Washington for a permanent
exhibition of all the States of the
union, and specify the pleas for
future operations as a permement
Dr. Wm. C. Day, of the United
States geological snrvey, told tbe
convention about the mineral re
sources of the South. He told of
the wonderful deposits in the moun
tains of all the Southern States,
and his talk proved so interesting
that a tpecirl resolution of thanks
for his information was adopted.
After several papers had been
read on Southern resources the con
vention adjourned until 8 o'clock
The evening session of the con
vention was given up principally to
a lecture by Hon. Btcbards H.
Clarke, of Mobile, representative
in Congress from Alabama, on tbe
navigable waterways ot Alabama,
and the influence of their improve
ment upon the commercial develop
ment. When Mr. Clarke concluded
some business was transacted and
the convention adjourned sine die.
The chairman announced the
committee to formulate a plan for
permanent organzation. W. F.
Beaeley being tbe member from
North Carolina and T. S Farrer
from South Carolina.
ALL THE TESTIMONY IN.
The Labor Commission Adjourn its
Chicago, Aug, 30 Chairman
Wright, of the National Labor
commission, said this morning that
up to the last of this month, the
board will have expended $ 1,500 of
the $5,000 which is allowed lor ex
penses. Mayor Hopkins was then ex
cused, and Chairman Wright read
the following formal notice of ad
journment: "This commission has now heard
all witnesses who have been sug
gested by the various parties inter
ested in this controversy, except a
few whose testimony would be sim
ply accumulative upon points that
have been covered. At the opening
ofthe hearing it was stated that
commission would decide at its
close whether it had time at its dis
posal to listen to parties orally
who had remedies for labor ques
tions to offer, or suggestions as to
legislation, and matters of that
character. So much time has been
taken up in hearing testimony on
the facts relating to the la'e d fa
culties that the c mii' iwsinu cannot
at present take up tae seenndary
branch of the investigation.
The commission will adjourn
to meet iu Washington
Wednesday, September 2Gtb, at
which time it di "ie glad to receive
in writing an - n .'gsiions as to
solution of qiHsti.Mis involved in
the late controversies. It will at
that time hear any parties who mnv
desire to be heard relative to ih
facts involved, and it may, after a
careful examination ot the testi
mony which hs been offered at the
hearing, conclude to call further
witnesses to supplement and testi
mony which has been given on
either side. Tbe hearins stands ad
journment until September 26th."
A sea-gull has been domesticated by
Frank Rauaell. of Sheboviran. Mich. Tt
1 has just hatched a brood of chickens.
SOI i ll UN HJlVKLOI'.VII-.
CITLER A( -A I.N ST TILLMAN..
lid iinil ir. lli'iiicir ul u- In kit'- I i la
Aaiiuit in Soiilh tato n;i
Ci-i TMUIA. S (J. September i.
I'u ul Cieiier.il I '.ul b-r'.s
. i iul.- lit Id III I he City lant it wan
deitruuned to rnn an independent.
Democratic ticket against the re
gular Democray, which is known
as the Tillmanites. Legislative
tickets, favorable to Butler, will be
nominated in every county, and it
is probable that a convention will
be held to nominate a full Stat
ticket from Governor down.
This action is arousing much bit
terness, and the Democratic Execu
tive Committee, of which Senalor
Irby is chairman, has been called
to meet on Tuesday next to con
sider the political situation. When
tbe independent convention will be
called has not been decided.
The Republicans will n'.o ad
vantage of the divided De iocracy
and rnn candidates in mo. i of the
Terrible Dronifht in New ork.
Buffalo, Sept. 1. Western
New York is almost literally burn
ing up. The drontb is almost with
out precedent. Farmers mourn the
loss of crops and fear lurther havoc
by fire and starvation of stock.
Counties like Chautanqna aod
Frte, which have dairy interests of
great magnitude, hie the chief
sufferer, and unless rain comes
speedily and copiously this entire
end of the State will experience a
financial loss which it can ill alToiii.
The bordering province ot Ontario
is similarly parched.
Counterfeiters ('apt ureil.
Little Rock, Aik, Sept. l.
The largest and most daugeious
gang ol counterfeiter.s ever organ
ized in this country has bcn run
down and broken up by S.
secret service detectives. The bead
quarters of the gang wan at.
Bodicaw, Nevada county, and of
whom have been arrested and an
no in the penitentiary.
Those now in custody are;
George Vought, a ia tier: J amen
NcNatt a general store keeper and
Berry Uuckelby. Jack Smith, Mose
Wesieyen, Charles Deloaey, Kailey
Wils, Sam Ferguson, Dave Nichois
and Wm. Steel, prominent farm
ers. The counterfeits consisted of
dollars, halves and quarters and
are the best that were ever made.
Several thouseuds dollar of the
spurious coin were circulated in
"Unb'ushlng Treachery" Rebuked.
New York, Aug. -H. The names
of Senators Gorman, Brice, and
Smith were scored in a resolution
that was adopted ac a meeting of
anti-Tammanyites held at the
headquarters ot the Tilden Clnb of
the ninth assembly district to-night,
The part of the resolution referring
to the Senators read as follows:
"We denounce the unblushing
treachery of three men, Senators
Gorman, Brice, and Smith, which
has nullified the popular will, set
aside party tradition, and made the
redemption of Democratic pledges
One Thousand Chinese Drowned or
Bnrned to Death.
Hon Knog, Aug. 31. Fire start
ed yesterday among some hundreds
of flower boats that were moored
stem to stern in the Canton River
and nearly all of the craft were
destroyed. The boats were moor
ed in fleets and those employed
on them lived on board.
The fire spread so rapidly that
those on board the boats had
little time to make their escape.
Hundreds jumped overboard and
were drowned, while stiil greater
numbers were burned to death.
At least 1,000 persons perished.
Vice President Sttvenson in Maine.
Sorrento, Me., Aug. 31. Vice
President Stevenson has arrived
and will spend the remainder of
the season here.
Mr. Julia Hardison and three
childred from "Thurman" Craven
County, and Mrs. Ida Barnaul and
four children from New Berne are
ib Town visiting relatives and
Messers Fred Nelson, and Bro.
Chas. E. from "Nelson's Ferry,
Craven County in Town for vloas
ure. They went (out-side) fishing
with hook and line, they caught
over -00, mixed variety, about 350
were gray and speckle Trout. The
rest were blue fish, orokers, pig
fish, Sea mullets etc. Master Dan
Ward, and W. E. Mattock pilots,
Miss Octavia Utnderson, and Mr.
Jas. B. Holland from Pollocksville,
came down on a pleasure trip
this week, There are lots of other
visitors, "oh for a good and large
Hotel, and a Kail B,oad." There
are mullets now, all sizes from the
length of your dnger to inc.
size, and they catch them here by
the hundreds. They sell 2't ct fb
salted. Trout are 25 per ct a doz,
clams are plentiful and price, low,
25 per bushel here. Mr. Kd. E.
Provow ol Brown Sound, left to-day
for Florida to joiu his three broth
ers there, near the St. John's
river, one in the orange farm
business, one a mechant and Tost
Master, the other a mi rohanic.
Mr. M. Van. Willis has just
completed one of the finest cunker
built boats we have erer eeeu in
these waters for Capt. Martine
Bloodgood. It is 19 tt Ion eolidg
Juniper, all copper lastened. She
is a dai-y sure. Rvny Foster has
just fi-iished himself a new t-kiff
li ft long and she is a d us. too,
last Saturday liyny saile'l a rac
with the fastest boats, iame
length) here and beat them all.
This was his first attetn pt at t
or skiff building
Mr J. T. Bii tie , m now piling
lumber in nis lot for a newdwelung
to commence soon.
Mr. J M. Joues went to Ne r
Berne Mondij, Lie left here about
sun rise was back by snn down.
This was the quickest tiip on
reco.d to New Berne and reiurb
Mhc, Bta-ed in the City 3A hours.
Look out for our News Piiper
'Swansbor Weekly News.
Mi. Daniel li. Henderson was
tho old gentleman who got hurt bf
jumping off tbe train last week We
kn -w him well, he is a fine (II
gemleoiau und we are very sory
and sympathio with his aged wife
and children. Qis wife is blind.
His eldest daughter, we believe
married Mr. M. V. D. Everett ot
Stump Sound, a very prominent
We recommend Johnson' Ma:iieUu
Oil for rheumalisor, neuralgin, ,-prnin?.
bruises, lame back; it quickly r(:!ieves
pain. 23 and 50 cts.
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rcjir-'x-a1 ;t v w j-n'
SOU ll ' s i 1 1 i i .- ;
oigani.- ii ,,.; ,u.ii
meuls and i en
action iu a:
Pi ul Mini! !i.- :i i il 1".!
uiC'ri, n;ii! in i.ike
1 1 ' ct 1'Ul look i U; to
an iuiprnv,-nji...j; nt i
COndltioi; ul the M'litl:. Oue lcu-a
which will i. e i in bora: ni ii ttn con
vention IS 1 ! pi ((position Id e-t a h -lish
in N a hin rjfilon a pel uiaiient
exhibit ol m mi bel li resources and i
bureau lor e.iiat.lishuig (oiiiimii;i-a.
tioil betucei noi't her ii inwhtois
and southern invoss uii-iit.
The meeting was called to miier
this morning by Samuel Black well of
Alabama, third audit' r ot 1 1..- rj oh.-
ury. Prayer vva-. otli-i ii by
K. B. B i g-- ch lin.i' .. .t it..
I 1 Oil .H
Ot Rcpi'es .!' ,i i V;'-.
Mr. K. A. K: i : s ii. ii ira-i
Ii 'ida one ,ir ; ii . .:r :'i -:
M:. W. !'. l; ..i,-y ., N. ( . x ;
oa a pern. .... .. mutt . h
SCOPO ailU . I -.;.! ,. ., .. .V
tri.riibel o! : lei i. - -lo ., a:!'. ;
O'l'lje. : s' i- h regjt. n d ii.n .
S-'iliitor i.' - ' i-- . ;e ,, ! .
be r ul o il ( . .. . o n : , , ...
dr. Vs Dini .i j ii ',ii :.. .
W atdiiiir'oi! (; i,-vv-.it-d wr.h
Knih:n ot ! u;as a:,it v n.i-s,
andciowiisMt.il i nun ni 0,1 i-ve-v
To iiicht Kob
1 ) i 'V n 1 11
l ' !i i ii
ranks b.',.'h ;ii l'y
v.-;ll reoro'iuee at th
Tiieatio ibh famous
Damon and l'yt.h a-i. TI
(Id play or
i( mo: i o ot
the Knights is,
, and th order ;
founded on the motives nndeily-j
ing the romantic rd.ory oi the tarn- 1
ous old Romans above referred to. j
The fight over the relative tncitts
of the Senate taiiil" bill over tbe;
House bill has been transferred to :
the Democrat tc Congressional com- ,
Representative Wilson has been :
most heartily endorsed by the dem- j
ncrats of his district who renomiaat. j
ed him lor Congress yesterday j
Reports from the convention show I
that the enthusiasm for Mr. V usou '
was so preat that it ould with dit- :
dculty be kept within bounds. One ;
It-legate from a mountain Co moved i
'tuat all delegates go down to tte
train and me or. Billy Wilson of
West Vitgiuia". To Washington
ions who know Mr. Wilson as a
scholar and h statesman somewhat
dignified in manner, this might
aouud disrespectful, bnt it indicat
ed that Mr. Wilson hid reached a
place very near tho heait-t of the
people of his district.
Veracious hist -ry chronicles the
fact th.it t he motion was amended
so as to read " WiU'oim Ii Wilson
of ; ne U.S." but iit-er:h( less Luc
reference to M.. Wilsin ;n "Bill"
touched a chord h i' routed the
convention t wild cntliusirMru.
Much interest attaches to Mr.
Wilson's campaign this fab. for he
is expected to set tho paca lor his
democratic brethren on '.he tariff
question. In Washicgton Mr. Wil
son has many friends and he wili
have the best w ishca tor his personal
success of many who do not accept
his views of pending political is
sues. An experienced politician said ih
my hearing this irorning: "if the
Democrats cany tiip fail elections
and 1 think they will Cleveland
will use his powi.-r to the. utmost to
have a tar: 11' bill passed during tbe
next two jcars which will be much
more like the House than the Sen
ate bill. He has various means of
bringing the Senate to terms."
It ia believed here thac if the Re
publicans are puttiug Levi P. Mor
ton in training for the presidency
they have hit upon a very popular
man. "Our Adlai", however, will
beat him. Aside from politics, no
family was ever more popular than
that of Hon. Levi P. Morton. He is
a most bffible gentleman. His wife
is one of tbe most charming women
I ever saw. She is very hamboxe
and stvlish. Superb portraits ol
both of them, painted m Paria by
Bonnaf, hang in tie C lv.oran
Gallery. She has a must giio.vus
manner towards e-.i one, ami
would adorn the Whi e li'-u-e as
few women have evi o -i e
The Kuightt; o ! Luas are
leavirg the city rapui.j, and ont
begins to notice tue absence oi ia j
gress for tbe first tirae.
The Capital, of this city, contain
a loDg and cironnstii t ial account j
of the G'aascock-Stewart divorce j
proceedings, with statements in
volving a Mr. Bisseli and a watch
man at the Capitol.
To-morrow is labor day, a nation
al holiday. The Post oflice De
partment notifies all postmasters
that it is a legal holiday. Five I
thousand laborers will take part in j
.he parade here.
Third Assistant Postmaster
General Craig has been designated
by Poetmaster-General Bisaell as
the representative of . he depart
ment on the board of management
ofthegovemmcnt.il esh'bit at the
cotton States' txpo;ri. n at At.
Naval Cadet Wo-th B'fl
ofthe h'lndsoio ;.-.' iti
the service. i- - 1 1 r ' ' ti
here. Wo : i ;. - i : i i
clasps and w-.l: t. a u.i e n-x'
. o ie
,. -.!., r
Jririii. in ( pper Ton U i ;i
mines, ace;;nii r.g ro
inrto are wood
t';e report of a
French ccc.-ui. i'lni wood, which
wa originally a pine forest, was
swillowcd up by the earth, which
cov.iH it to a d p'h of eight yards
Some of the trfen nrt a yaid in
diameter; the wood is imperishable
and is sold to the Chinese for
pain each month, can find relief
ana euro in Dr. fierce 8
It regulates and restores
the monthly function,
traces up tbe exhausted,
aad delicate; allays and
banishes all Nervous
Hysteria, Fits, Chorea,
or or. vituss
Panoe -. cures Weak
Backache, Catarrhal Inflammation, TJlcera
tion and kindred maladies.
For those about to liecoroe mothers, it is a
priceless boon, fur it lessens the pain and
perils of childbirth, shortens "labor" and
the period of confinement, and promotes the
secretion of an abundance of nourishment
for the child.
Thomas Thirlweix, of Robertsrtalt, Pa..
ays: "I cannot sufficiently cxproas to you
my gratitude for th benefit your Favorite
Prescription' has conferrvd upon my daugh
ter. Of late she bas suffered no pajq whatever.
It ia simoly marvelous."
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lnl. -iu' in the m ii i'l'i .v. Mr. li. (.'. Cimt-
,!.:'. .ho vu down M !-.! i M-irii.i;
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lie ware (if Oint incuts far CaUrr iliat
: - in. ".ii. y wi!! -uleiv ih!rov the -'U'O
oi -ni-. il ii .'l coniii't irl v ilci-anue the
whole syti in when enu- in:', it through
ihf utaiK-uou -urlai-i-. Sii.-'n aitkle
'o... 1 iK-vor 1h- i,.fl exeep! on lue-i ain
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i'v liciiis of i Ii o eilihi),-iiin I i"i
M ins Jennie Win die ; . of I ivnton ,
lias btea v.-sicing fii-.-,iia h.-re.
Wo are exp- criiig wo weddings
in town betore long.
Mi s Marv an i liil'm Arnold
of Lima, are vj-ttiii;: relitives near
Mr. Tom Awry i 'ioMair, pa:u
a vit-i t to oa; town lost Saturd iy.
Mr. Jas. W. Buid . ,.f v..ur c.iy
Was tip to (ihlllC.ti at Anbury i.ist
j Mr. Ross Riciiardsou, l'ormo.'y
of this place, but now of Beaufort,
come up Saturday on business.
Mr. Noaii Arnold of L:ma is
visiting relatives near here.
Rev. A. L Ortnoud and wife
ar ivtd SaruL'ilay, and are stopping
at Mr. L. F. Taylor's, Mr. Orniood
filled his regular appointment at
A bury last Sunday and preach
ed to a lurge congregation.
Mr. C. H. Xoonce of Trant.on,
superintendent of public instruc
tion of Jones County spent Satur
day and Sunday in our town.
Rev. A. L. Ormond began a
serio of meetiug-i at Epworcb,
the Methodist church here, last
Suuday to continue throughout the
The people of Asbury held a
very successful praycr-mei-tiJig lapt
The handsome Mr. B. P. Arnold
of Lima is spending t he week at
Mr. E. Z. R. Davis' We can't give
the date of his wedding jet.
A- W. Avery, Eq, who has just
been appointed J. P. iu place of
Mr. G. Richardson, attended a
meeting of Democratic executive
committee in your ciLv iast Sat
A. i X. C. K. 11. Dividend.
Nkwtkrn. X. (. S:pt. 1 194.
The Directors of the Atlantic and
North Carolina liiiiroad Company have
(loclarc.l a dividend of two (2) per centum
upon the c.ipilal stock of said coinpany,
payable on the fu,t day of October, 1801,
at the office of the Treasurer.
tf F. C. Koherts, Treasurer.
Wholesale Market Country Produce.
Live stall fed cattle, l-2aii. grass led,
4a5c dressed beef 4:15.
Corn, GOc a 02i.
Chickens, youn, SOaSa grOwn 40a
Ducks, En;.'. 33ii40c.; Muscovy 50aC0c.
Hides Dry flint, :!c.; dry salt 3c rreen
1 Jc. deer-hides 15c.
Old Sheep, f 1.2.3a.f-2.oo.
Potatoes .llain-ins. 40c: Xorto i va n-:.
5UnbO; Bed yams. 7ac
Sweet Potatoes Yam-, "o.- H.unan.s,
: ' F ,
- ..- W EyesS
- . . r.a. :
., .- t ;.. . ii;.
; ?ic maiiv lor
1' . irl'117 f.o?f7-f'
Cores Tear i'!r' iirannlation, Stye
Tumors, Re.i Eyv.-;, Maited Eye Lashos,
AND PROPUi INO QI'ICE RELIEF
AND PERMANENT CURE.
Also, ejiinlly Oitioaekuus when nsed In
other miiladles. such su Uleer, Fevec
Nores, XninoN, Mill? Rhenm, Bnrna,
Piles, or iilnTfier itkelaimnalion exlit
WIT'IIKf.i i.ii'. uiay Imj use a to
S0LJ 3Y "'LL DRUGGi-.S At 23 CENTS.
is protection for the family.
Unfortunately, however, the
beneficiaries of life assurance
are often deprived of the pro
vision made for them, through
the loss of the principal, by
following- bad advice regard
ing its investment.
Under the Tontine Installment
The Equitable Life
you are provided with an ab
solute safeguard against such
misfortune, besides securing
a much larger amount of in
surance for the same amount
of premiums paid in.
For facts and figures, address
W. J. RODDEY, Manager,
For tbe Carcllnas, Rok Hill, S. Q.
" ' '.V.
rAT$ of -Tuition. I
j Per SVJonth :
', i'l'l.r I 'r III. " . Ci-hli -
III ifl.'J'i to .-jj.oo
J "io i ,. ;.no
I. ni l', " oil j
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j Colli ctiui' ; : '. U j 1 1 j 1 1 - pi . o 1 1 j 1 1 nt
t Oh- U-iiii.in i-;'i.i i. litoiith.
f No il. oii. :l"!i i icit in -;ii!- ii .io-
j tr;iele.l k 1 i . - - -. .
' N'.. c.Mi.i ( h-.rtri ... No a.iiiiiltanc- lee.
E. P. 1IENIE1TEALL, Trineipal.
Mil AND FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Baviinni ami Stonewall. X. C.
Thi instil. liii-n i- uniler the nuuniiie-niL-nl
oi in in-tni. t'.r i-t l'i yi-;irs experi
enre. Tluiri iiltIi . i ucl ii m 'mid first-
i ''ass . k . iiii.ii iin 'iiiioii o-ivi.-n fur k-f-s nmney
lll'lll nt i'.iiv other m In ml nl I'quullv lli'-'ll
L l l'i.-.
I'm- niii-ir l.-i irl int-iit will he miller
I' . i ' 1 1 ' r, -1 l'J 1 1 '. i . -1 1 1 1 '-
;" i - -i pi. IM.. ''.'!
1 :' : ' i :; : . : m ,i ; r.ni :uMii-
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l!:lli,.n'. N. C.
V. . V. V. ii.-uv, I';'".,
Si w S. (.'.
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C1RLS A XL) YOUXf; LADIES
L.V Git AN'fiE, N. C.
A-haniaires in Litomry. Ait :m.l Music
I ). llll tllK'lltS L'O 'll.
Xi.t only competes in prices with other
St-liiu.ils when udviinlajjiis lire eonsitler
. re. I. luit execis. Jiuildin enlarged
in uu t-t deiii ind. Dormitories f.irn-
i-iitiil with new furniture.
'".r C'a'.ll.iguc. sipply t
.Io-r.iMi Ki-sky. l'rincipil.
TrEit6Ei High School.
WILL BEGIN SEPT. 3d. 18114.
Board at 87 per mouth. The princi
pnl will lioanl a limiteil number of prls.
Kedue.r.l rate.-, in elul.s not txceeding o
pi r mi.niii. Iuiisli Tuition lrom 81.50
to s2.0o. Liinn'iiuitrs -tl-Oii per month
For furthtr information address prim-i-p:,i.
W. U. RHODKS.
a 1 Id w Jin Trenton, N. C.
TEE NORTH 'CAROLINA
College of Agriculture
zzand Mechanic Arts,
Offers Three Technical Courses:
the conisKis A(;nicri.Tt !ii:,
J 111 K Cor USE IV KCIKVCK;
Ijir. (.in K.-5J1. i Mf-eiiAMLAi.
:l CIVIL F.VGIVEKKIVti.
An. 1 wilii each a tjooil Acaitemic Ktlucatioii
Each course is broad an thorough, and
the institution is now equipped for excel
lent work. Expenses very moderate.
Session open September Oth.
For ( i rn 1 'U a..-.-, ;n tress
ALEXANDEIIQ. IIOLLADAV, Pres.
Ihdciii'li. N. C.
U Diversity of North Carolina
Includes the College, the University,
the I-'uv School, the jMedicnl School and
the Summer School for Teachers, College
tuition $00.00 ;i year; board $7.00 to
$13.00 a month. Session begins
Sept. 0. Address
j30dw2w Cluipel Hill. N. C
THE mm TERf.1
Ofthe Filty-third Annual Session
ST. UARY'S SCHOOL,
Raleigh, K. C.
SEPT. 20TH, 1894.
Address the Rector,
REV. B, SMEDES, A. M.
The 93rd Animal Session begins Sept.
4th, 1804. Ecgisfer for last year 34o.
Special Features: -Tue development ol
Health. Character and Intellect. Build
inLrs thorouuhly reuiodelled. Fully eiiuijv
ped Preparatory, Coliegiate and Post
(traduate Departments, besides lirst-elass
s, !iools in Music. Art, Languages, Com
mercial and Industrial Studies.
,1 II. CLEVVELL, Principal.
Salem, X. C.
La Fayette Military School
A iii-li dradc Preparatory School
1 in- Young Men and Boys.
We t ! 1 1 1 . --ii -lily prepare Uins and
V..ii'iu M.'ii tor "the I'uni ver-ity, Wist
I '. .jit -ni' I . iiiiapolis.
(..ve lui'i and thorough Listru.-li.m in
.'.lu.-ic. Art, and Business.
Oil!' facility is comire 1 i ' 1 nil'' Il'-
nion f.t lal-j;c expei'i-.-nce.
Full Cadet Cornet Band and Orches
tra. jg-Our r.ili-s aie very low: in fact lowei
tbiiu at any other lirst-elass school we
know .'il anywhere.
Lecatisa ! Unsurpassed for EEAUT7 and
F,-r Catalogue eoutainini: lH P'U-t lculars.
Maj. .1. W. V FII EX, r-U'!.
V ! s 1 jm Fayei teville. X. ( '.
t.aru-r-r, ,-ii,-aiii'st ami best equippoJ Co!li'S
m Kasterii Virginia.
350 STUDENTS. 23 TEACHERS.
H.-allhliil Sim lin-ezi-. Vear OLl I'c.inl
l i.iuii'it. IicuiiUliil iluiiii', S'.m, ixhi Ituil. lilies.
Sti'imi 1 tt-at, Gll, t-1 (' .
lilif, Art, Klu'-nlion. SloniiK-rapliy. llitili
est L'. in si. ol sl'i.lv in the Stale, r.rxpynsi-s
on!v .s U i H'l- ; i i.-ll t ci" - seiul lor Cutilliiffui-.
l'.ipil wishing lo pay own expenses, write
J, A. I. CASSEDT, B. S., Principal,
jl7 2m Norfolk, Va.
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment
r? sold unrier positive written puarnntee, by author
ized apjnts only, to cure Weak Memory; Loss ot
Brain and Nurvo Power; Jjost Manhood; Quiknesp;
Niyht I.-ospcp; Evil Dreams; Lack of Confidence;
'ervon-nos-. Latitude; all Dralup; Los of Power
of the Uenerativo Organs in either fox, caused hy
over-exertion; Youthful Errors, or Kxceesive Use of
Tobacco, Opium or Liqunr. which Boon lead to
Miser, Consumption, Inpanity and Death. By mail,
Ha box; OforG; with written eruarantee to cure or
rVfuud money. WKST'S COUGH SYRUP. A certain
cure fur Couch'. Cold1, A-dhma, Drf''hitis-, Croup,
Whooping I'liutrli, Sore Throat. Pleasant to takiv
Sm:dt -izo dieoiitinued; old.fioe. Pize, nnw2fo.; old
f 1 f-izt, now Ouo. CrL'AltAi'i'EES ibtuotl only by
F. S. Duffy, Sole Agent, New
Berne, N. V.
Furniture -:- Emporium
THIS FINE RATTAN ROCKING CHAIR.
At Suter's for $1.50.
Also the Large liattan Advertised elsewhere
at $2.50 lor $1,75.
ri'HCHASKI) STRAIGHT NO .JOB LOT.
Largest, Bast and Finest
Stock of Furnitua of all Kinds
Ever lroti-lit to Eastern North Carol na, and at, ROCK BOTTOM
Trices. .J. Hutii-,
South Front Stive', under Chattawka Hotel.
fU3. HAHN & CO.,
RANGING FROM 4 TO 7 YEARS OLD,
And Weighing From 850 to 1450 lbs. Each.
Some extra line Drivers in Horses also adapted to all purpose
Exceptionally line Draft II orses'and Mules.
A full and complete line of Buggies and
Harness always on hand.
IMC. HAJELjXr 8e OO.
11 up Front Sfahles,
II. II. O.
-Diseases of the Eye
Send 6c. (stamps) for new Illustrated Catalogue of Sails and Marine Goods.
GEO. B. CARPENTER r CO.
207 to 2 1 I So. Water SU CHICAGO, IU
Middle Street, New Berne, N. O.
IV . C
and General Surgetv.
aiis and Rigging
... in-, I.' liiKh-class Yacht Sails and Ri(CKinK al
,r. rmuli !'l! i-.v. tlmse obtainable on the seaboard. Also
Curaplete Outfits For Fishermen.
x nd us dimensions ol your boat and we will submit
and estimates on Her compieic uumu
. PlSlS and
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
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