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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C, OCTOBER 4, 1894.
raft , j. CslfM ft
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-ASTOUND IN B.
You will find
as well as in
Another Item in
any part of the
Puper as interest
- ing to the people
of this section as
that we are
The Leaders In
OOOOOOOOOOO. OOti. i o " .iv Hi.HXioOOO i
I have Just RccciTexJ
Of ihe b-.s-: Ch-si' t.Jt on r
mule its xppoi.anee in tins
marker, wlech I am off. rug
low down for Ca-h.
I can wll it to you at vo.u j
it will now cost vou in t'ne "r&i.
NEW YORK MARKET S
T.. Ta,3rlor -
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()!. i i .. ; 1 .. '. VN'. !!.a
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Tt..' g'-o 1 -A Ii- -
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p respect. vc uirc.ng U. o
;i:iJ eoi ova'. V .tz-ir.tiii To
preserving in his ttfo:!5 t
Willi ;i:e rinnip'.oa hi-iV-un
a ;jct r. no.-:
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t r- ''i!(i.i t.i
. ;.i.k thn:
11 A li,ill i. i:,-.V? ; O '
p: ji e li " ; ii-;-. 1" a J'a- po-.
Willi CorN . i .
e'oir.para. . y iu.i:i:ni: v
Crreion lv i'i- n-ucra' pit
tiie viiilotN i '-a . -t . I..-u -in
their n r.r.se- ' L t :ie a: .
now r. i ' I
i Wh-n ui.- :.i--'i i ;'. e.v i
; g:eat nn;e t i'.:-.aimo s
I irruid.iblc. H w a ri:-" .
I but i or ;he '. e- O' p ' ' . .
. v.-as OS wli.:r .-- a b-.b.'s.
, ' i.u iler a l e.-es v . n
I. - s . - a
i s cuo:-iii..--i-i
i;. r.jrmw v . ana u'p w.1- v-: v ,-ir .v
j in'. 11. ' "t-'. "til- - u ei." w '-r
! coverct! with hiuius r.ius- i'- thai puv
I every iiiu'.c n.t on of ti.'.ib.c J.-v' ai.i
I .spte.l. H: eve. movetiieut in '.tig
ws !;k- that o.'u pjt.tlii-r w;it.-'.:..' h:
j ptvy aa-J tea-., to t,:'t; : u;o:i
j C i c--i : :i s.i - J uiu i -U'V- i-r
; looll. anil ' tie '..ties i hi- syir.iii- i a '.
l.oiy ;ml.:'-.i s.rc-n- h an i ex. e.ien;
I cof'.ht'on. Ki.zbii mi .-cthinu' i.i l.ei-ht
I a ad rtfteh. bt'.i tis he s:oo-l wiii !e-J
ifur.iur apa : to in Cc lo:i. i: wx? r.ot
y n. i-kocl a- it tr..-ht ii.ive -in.
At 0:15 .-:-K.i :hf. Were ; -fo! a' 'y
5,000 spcotii tuts presint. T.io aaiphi
thc.itre was br'I'snt y '.'.tea.
Cnedou iv'is he ilt t- ui'er the ii:;,'.
coo y t'o'.lov, e'. ijv V :z.
Creeilon -Ac Ltiieii 1S pouoils t,a. i .!
Alter the usuni irs;.-iu:i - ii,- men
advancetl to the ceoi-e o! h
fight was on.
Round 1 Boia men f
for an opr.ai.:. F.iZ '.
ho were r, bet e lor" ' ;
'. a. a ha ' I : li-Ul " .
Cr. c-iioa si-o.-. i! a Ii i: . .
moment later I lee-' a i
the cb'U, ar..i one. two, iutt
The IT.CQ liail lO llj sep.
lcferee. Creed on du. -t'- : 1 .
t ht aimed :!"
. ; w s
' -waij tor ti e
j o a the boo- . r :
ri,li!- end '.
I a lieivy i g o "
i l iiule l a la ' i ui
men i i.i
reci . d l w
; t. . a ' or .-
l' Tae w i
l e '. - . -
j a a. .i.-d lilt ' :
' ..- . u-liv I
Ml: V I e e.-
f - ' ! 11 A'
ic lev i),00-
I II 1 1
I . e; .
r.ev l ,
1 : w : .; v- '. .
soa's M.-.gnei 11 w
te; ml and cxto i: : : -I.' 0
ct. size -5 cl s.
E3, W. SMALiLWOOD
I'lol'-T fi.isto'a J! so. o;:i!j Front Street, New Bt-nio. N. C.
flJL.JL I 12 OF
Stoves, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
GALVAN5ZED PIPE, PUMPS,
L.mo. riasrcr ami Couhmit.
DEVOES PURE READY MIXED PAINTS.
lYr-sOiia' ;;: '.on", ion to the
73 MIDDLE STREET NEW BERSE. N- C.
HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Sash, Doors and Klindg. Stoved, Lime, Pla&-
OSVOE'B READY2 MIXED PAINT.
iL.H. GUTLEP. fi GO.,
I ,gli: i line p the
:. . a .rded
! el: 1" U:es
K.v- i n : i : ' 1 - with :
. , .. : c.i 1 1 I v ruber !
a . . in three days
.o.p .-::-h:p to
. ' ' -I...lk-.1...-L -..!-
: inanity from
TL'IH I . What
is he .i tighter
i a clever fakir
i m ' pmg "'U
A ! ' --r re-
a- . oiei tit j
'..van at the B i"ii Theatre
alter it's performance
i :: .t - p..' ei.es from Cor
: u pie i he burly ex
, .j ,.! hi - tinner at but h
a . be' :.' said he. is un
; - !-,-. -a i - in eha"ee of en--
r.'piilat. on by meetin-i
; hat I .. vc Fitzsim
h :;i ! .ce.ai-e I believe a
a . -: i v. h p a Lt'iod little man
- i i:e i v -weight and Kit-.
'.i -w eih: .
-i, I Miiliv-iu. "knocked tne
., . ii idy i-.m'ul knock me out
e. ', th- r'ei- at that i line,
i.i. ' n. n
an .1 :':n;
"Coi be' t. ' -
w ben I lie :
l'oi le-.t e . I
-Tlie iv.i I. 1
a tt. v. ;.. a v;
i ..' the matter I- taat C. "I'
ll li 'liter, lias ;i i -and."
ll a. '.
I n.o la O. mi 1 inii1. he
v be ic. .1. w . ai'd e . r . ome otf. .
Iiierta-ii' A.'.eutioii to K.irnge Crops,
'fi... ... -,,; ,, Vie n'ngton Heview
sp-.-.iK- a t p lie li , Ul-l taken to the
iate' -.r of : -e S'.a'e aid he till' ef die re
;.ur'.ab',y i'v .r..e- He found everywhere.
After spcai; clc ot cotton and com he has
this to s.,y i :' y :
Not inn a iiiot.ty will leave North
C.troii'i.i iii - e.if i'o; Yankee "nay be-j
c..u e r.ot o..'v i- the crop of fodder enol-j
mo'.!- bat :. ..rat deal u! nay and clover
lin. i'Cen i v. . I'll. .re have len as ruaoy
as ;a:.-e (.ops o: gra.-s mt from some
tie d . and we understand that the people
are celling iuto the way of making more
ai.d more h iy every year. The eccour
aaemenl of big crop- of feed this year
wi" 'nave a woii'lerl ui iy stimulating eflect
on ad kinds of iann htbor next rear and
we may yt l hope to see the day when our
people' will re-u'any. year atler year, ex
port corn and hay in.-tead of importing
Aioitnd Xew Berne the growing ten
deeev to taise hav and other home sup
pfes is p.jiulv d --craibie. Whole fields
win :i a lea e.ti- .go wouiu nave wen !
a 1 i
I., i..", n w , h scarcely a biaoe ot j
! -.1 n .an now be seen in the j
; '..e . i.verol witu a luxuriant i
.: "f o ne kind of foraire crop
re . : ihe f .rmi i's, not only raise
. : s i .a ; have ha v to !
i l . n;a '.e; neat bales that
.in ii. 'v ;ii'V imported. There
i . ', ; .m i-.-wever to -top im-
,. a -.. ' .'.- o.u'ti i-al work and a
-,v i ui iv s, this result
.-..,: a... . . m i.' col -ee us sjnding
iv -I . i.i - a a a ;. iv -oaietimea sup-
; a-. Z 1 ' i - :: ie i-on it should
ei of imjirored .
v ir-. inaugurated it j
r in .to ; tc market such '
ii..w i tendency to en- i
"pe air !
p.e a-i'. e, ...i the ioV- ol
-. h ...in, peace, and j
. . ' i
('. - r p.'tenee counts for j
-'eh. and peace is elistur- !
- uj -ei. c ) that the pott
!i ii -. To have g. od j
.. .-. e ; I.-. ', -lood. From
-. , :e- nil Its mate-
e ; :.;i..-. f he lest blood
r. - - 1 1 iden Medical
ii - w. u i. i-. uned and sold
- a si eri tgn remedy for
i ,mj . , er;-hcd or im- j
. ai-umoting; bronchit is, '
,ai. oi i -ii: es. sk 1 n dis- ;
ed : i.i. ..'.-. ;
-i- of i ither -ex. however i
: ; thoioiighlv and per-
i h-. i
l.in . e.. . i - d. end lOcelitS ill stamps
a-.- intge l.iu -trated treatise, sent securely
-ca'ad in plain eu'clupe. Address,
Wo.-'.!'.- I Kspcns.u v .Medicai Association,
t'.oi Main si,Ve B-'uflilo, N. Y.
pionipt and correct tiHing ot all
in s :5m w.dow
GUARANTEED. "a miaiim
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one -.oumi of Scrap Iron
i.- ever uso:l in theso poo.ls.
DURABLE, CONVENIENT and ECONOMICAL.
All Modern Improvement? to Lighten
Twt-ntj- ditTe-reiit sizc-s and kinds.
Every Stove Warranted Against Defects.
Prices not mueh liicher at this time
than on commoner kinds of Stoves.
C at. -a jr a'.'.r-:m
i ) i
Kew Bsrne, N. C.
HAlTEM.MiS OK Til K WW.
on tln 2ti
teacher w as a i
mg idea by exan.p
Mr. Yarr-.w 1,.,- .
hospital t'ur n
Bro.-ulstair-. Eng. !1
' -1 ' f ! I '.
IS ! ill'
Yarrow t cil poh ' b '.lb.
A SwainpsCott, Ma .,
i aught a shark in h; niackcre
c-ntlv, eight feet in length. ni
i.utidrcd pounds; with six rowi
Wc have not vet been ah'e b
any disposition mi tlie part nt ;
crats of Georgia : condemn lie
trillion of Pre-ident Cleveland
v iiikd exchange 1 1 1 u A'litita ' '
The Navy Dep.. rt na. .. i h .- ..i:'h ni.d
the -i'ioii 1 i .i :ia":t "ii L.ri::!'".! N"-. s
and '.i. i .ui' !.: N '' : Tt -'ew -. ...
am. -unt ii. : ; - - ' -'' a . a'
China .-eem- to b"
a sort ot .1 ilin-l.-i- i
doin z its tigluinu ill
ivan wa v. lit obabiv
- 11 ! i-t 1 1 lit itlLT i n ' i :1 1 i'T W'hl-keV.
For a man wlu wa- about to be read
out o; his partv a le'A week-? a-u Senator
Hid .-eenis to be d"inr i.rte weii ;n ion-trollin-
the party inaeimie: v.
Tiie Democratic n. ani'iees tor the Legi
lature from Koekin-ham county are both
pronounced auti-Kan-oin men.
Breckenrid-e men in Kentucky threat
en to vote tor .Iud'e' 1). uuy, ( lw
Rev. Dr. Minneirerode, loimeily pastor
of Hon. .letl'er-'ii Davis, i- neaiing his end
at Alexandria. 'a.
Forsyth comity R -publicane say tli.it
they are Republicans -t:ll and they do not
know how to take hold of an out-sidcr
and alhliate with the pops. Vance county
Republicans abo put out a straight ticket.
A northern paper says the pleasure
boating people have taken the last rows
of summer, but not a blooming one on
them is left alone.
One of the signs of the revival of busi
ness in the country is the heavy demand
for small bills. The New York SulMrcn.-'-
ury lias been taxed for some days to -up-1
ply this demand.
Mr. Mancherjee Merwanjec Dhownup- j
gree, the l'arsee who is about to seek I
Parliamentary honors of an Entrlish con-
stitueucv a i I'nionist. ;s well kn..vn in;
London, lie sii u' 1 a, a w.i.i 'es. :
Ever death is not a sure escape from the ;
breach ot promise fiend. A Massa
chusetts maiden is slicing the estate of her i
lover for $150,000. because death prevent
ed his marrying her.
The white boy, Wliitely. on trial in j
Richmond Superior court for the murder I
of a colored boy, was acquitted. lie
claimed that the shooting was acciden
tal. Congressman Wilson, muy discover that
a binquet given by the London Chambei
of Commerce is not 1 he surest way to
make votes in a West Virginia Congres
A Washington editor who 1ms no lear
?reafier advices Co!
to commit suicide, alleging that to be the
only thing let t for luni to do.
This :s the time to pay ol 1 debts by
mentioning your creditors as promising
offices about ten tiun
big for them.
John 1). Rockfcller has
daughters that they will
heiresses, as he intend: to
not be great
give the bulk
of his fortune to public institutions.
Emperor William is credited with the
desire to buy the $!.00n.000 diamond
the largest ever known which is in the
Bank of England for - ife keeping, to
place in his new ciow n.
The Soldiecs Home. Ra'eigb. iv i ived
?2'2 from the Durban Light Infantry,
proceeds of the Kelle l?u d lecture in
The Raleijh Visitor tells that there tire
over "2,000 pupil- in the ti vo public
schools in that township. At the open
ing there were 41'.' at the ( entennial and
416 at the Murphey.
Tso-Fung. one of the Chinese generals,
that was killed in the recent heavy en
gagement with the .Japaia -o. is reported
to have died bravely. The latest reports
state that though he wn "- un led severe
ly he continued t ' lead his nien until shot
Uv order of Secretary llerl' a t the Naval
Observatory at Washington :- to be reor
ganized, Prof. William Harkness being
placed in full charge of ail the astronomic
work of the institution. It Is understood
that the reorganization does not contem
plate any change in the present working
A New Orleans correspondent of the
Richmond, V a., Dispatch say that papers
outside of Louisiana attach too much im
portance to the sugar planters' bolt, that
not more than one-fourth of them, num
bering not more than 000. have bolted
and that the other? will stick to and fight
tor Democracy, as usual.
Iesha Breckinridge's attempt to intro
duce a knife to ihe vital parts ot' oue of
his fathers opponents was decidedly bad
taste. In polite society it is permissable
to give the cold shoulder to objectionable
parties, but the use of cold steel no longer
meets the approral of fastidious folk.
The Capture of Niagara, one of the
greatest of man's industrial achievements,
and the enforcement of it to the manu
facture ol immense quantities of electrical
power to be used hundreds of miles away
will be the subject of an i'lu.-trated de
scriptive article by E. -lay Edwards, in
McClure s Magazine tor Uctober.
The Weldon News says a strange and
fatal disease has attacked horses and caiws
in Halifax. Northampton and other sec
tions of the S'.ate. . Several prominent
citizens of Garvsburg have recent lv lost
; ualuable horses, and in Halifax county
: some of the farmers have lost both horses
1 and cows.
The Fifty-third Congress on Mar. h 3d
passed the Agricultural bill w hich coutain-
ed the foliowiug clause: "To enable the
1 Secretary of Agiiculture to make inquir
1 iis in regard to the system of road niaii
i agement throughout the I'nited St a ' e-, to
j make iuve-tigations in regard to tee be-t
method of road-making, to prepare publi
cations on this -ll 1 jeet suitable lor , i i-t ri
liulion, and t- enable bi n t . a-s st li e
l agricultural eolleg. oel exp limental
: stations in dis.-emin itmg inhumation on
i this subject, ten tin u-and dollars."
! The big stalli-.i, r -o
j England "Trot '.ing Ib i
elation offered a purs.
which brought togetln 1
r which the- .V w
I!n fill's as-o-
f -10. OiH) and
re. t'l.n. Anon
I and Nelson, was i rolled or i'u.
Mystic park, in the pro-ence of
i 000 peop'e, ami Dim", urn won
'straight heat-. Directum "as
gf.it h at
inh' 1 1 e 1
i . Ir. I in I he se no
a on irter of a mil
a neck. Directum w . .mnounce.i t.
w mm t" "! Iir-t monev. o.uoii; a
(1 1 .""i.
uir I. 1.-
Wedn. sd.i night. Sept. 25th. alter an
iliness of a lew das. Herbert, sou of Mr.
J. H. aud M's. Harriet Crabtre- . in the
fifth year ot his age. The luneral will be
: from the house this afternoon at 3:30
' Raleigh papers please copy.
: muting cor nt y com-
A iipi apriatioii Ordered for Macadamiz
ing Netise Road Convicts Ordered
to Work in Ihe Construction.
A: i i ; i i meeting ealleil pursuant
tola.. '''. the ehainnaii of the JJoanl liehl
in New Berne. Sept ii
in . the follow in'' ool' r
A. Bi van
aua I. A.
Wi. :.' i.-. It is in contemplation
i r , , ,"".i- of slid county to macada-aii'-
. u-e Till ! 1 1- road in said coun'y
fi.eu Kr.l -ireer, city ot New Berne, as
fir Is the A. A: N. C. R. R-. H'O-sing and
w'hei'- i- a considerable sum of money has
: e i -nt)-. rdx'd voluntarily by the ciu
:i- ui 'he county for said purpose and
A h. a. .- ihl- B"ard so far ns is consistent
w::h the !i rmcial condition ol tin- c-mnty
:-i. i: aiding such an enteiprisi :
tin- -ai-i public r ad leadinti into the city .
o; New I?erne, the same, lieing for the j
public benefit. ;
He.-olvi 1. Tuat whenever active work j
is begun towards macadamizing said i
road, that the convicts now in Craven
. ..ii'ity j iii sentenced to said jail and those j
hereafter sentenced to the penitentiary for :
the term ot one year or lu-realler senten-j
eed to said ountyjail be worked upon
the s-d.l public road, and other puidic '
roads of tne countv. flom time to time as
d until the further order ol tlie i
i Bo nd nur-uaut lo chapter 270 of the laws
! of 1T!C And it is,
' Ordered. Thai the chairvnan of this
1 Boird be and he hereby is empowered to
make -m.-li arrangements as may be ne
eess.irv for the working of said prisoners
on slid ro.id. and to employ such guirds
as may be necessary for their sale keeping.
ink-red. Further, that the sum ot two
hundred and fijty dollars 1)6 anel the same
is hereby appropriated from the general
land of the county as a subscription on
the part of said county to aid in macada
mizing the said Neuse Public road, the
said sum 1 1 be; expended under the direc
tion of Commissioner. J. A. Meadows.
LIST OF SI BSCRIBERS.
To The Fund For MacadamUin? a
Portion of Neuse Road.
We agree to give the sums o iposite
our respective names for macadamizing
the Neu-e Road from Entl Street to the
cros-ing ot the A. & N. C. Riilroadt
Hackburu and Willett
All the Marl
.1 A Meaiiows
Enoch Wa Isworth
J W Stewart
M Halin a id Co.
E II and J A Meadows Co.
The National I3ank of Newbern
-J A Jones
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
The Citizens Bank
R P Williams
A B Da ivson
E S Street
J. .1 M
.1 C Wlnr. v
E K li'-ie p
Ceorg - i ;en
I. Ii ( ir b i- and Co.
C T Watson
Joseph L Ilahn
Clark and Clark
Chirk Lumber Co.
M W Cannon
V II Pelletier
U Maiks and Son
I .ucas and Lewis
W I) M elver
T W Dewey
Gitiham Richards -.n
L Schultz and Co
.1 F Taylor
S li Lane
.1 D Duikins
W T Caho
W K Slvron
W R Harrington
B niamin Gui
F S Dutl'v
John II. 'Ellis
in'orge N. Ives
W li E'iis
J II I lack burn
J i' Rheni
N II Street
U L Ciibbs
M I e W Sieven.-on
J W inigui.l
I. J T.' lor
I' M Cearsaii
i 11 (iuinn
A .1 Smith
B ; Credle
J U Parker, Jr
W G Brinson
John W Smallwood
J J Tolson
James W Biddle
E W Carpenter
C M Benton
C aud F Dutl'v
R radii un and Brock
Ll E Harper
C R Thomas
R S Primrose
1) F Jar vis
J M Howard
J J Baxter
M II Sultan
( ic-oi ge' Shiver
K It Jones
W B Lane
S II Sett
Ferdinand 1'lrii h
C S Ilollisier
C 15 Foy
.1 E Latham
James W Waters
T 1" M.'-'ailhv
Nunn aud McSorlev
S U Bad
W T McCarthy
T C Daniels
J R Pigott
Holli-ter and Cox
C M Gilpin
W II Oliver
W E ( lark
J S Manix
A E Ilibhard
W ii iiuion
S R Street
Mrs John Dunn
B B Davenport
George II White
Win T Bovd
5 0i 1
5 11 )
5 1 '( )
5 Oi l
2 50 i
2 5 1 :
Big Ral y al Seveu Springs.
There will be a big Democratic rally
at Seven Springs on Friday, October
12th. The following well-known speak-
. -:i 1 ... . -1 l.i;. II .... T1., T
er- w.o a..o,i-.-s ,,,e pi.-me- ou . uos .,.
.1 ;i I is, ion. e , l. ? ii aeiu, uiiii, l ll 'S.
W. Mason and Hon. Lee S. Overman.
T'lls is a big array of fine orato rical
talent, and those who attend have a treat
in store. Everybody is invited to attend
anel heir the views of the campaign hou
estly and fairly discussed. Kiaston Free
Si'Kt 1 V '
HILL NOMINATED GOVERNOR
A Kmisinw Speech l.iy the Sen
ator Cheer Alter Cheer
Cleveland's Administration Eudorsed
and the D wufall of McKiuleyism
Special to JoVKNAI-.l
Wasu 1 notom. D. C. Sept, 20th.
At New York convention presided over
bv him-elf. Hill was nnmina'.ed unnni
uiouslv. again-t hi- protest for governor
The State of New York held Its Demo
crat c convention Tuesd iy to nominate
Governor, Lieut. Gov. and Court of ap
After the meeting hud bee n called to
order, Senator Hill w is made chairman
and immediately cries long and loud rang
out for a speech, He arose amidst
thunderous applause and made what is
announced one of the grandest crf-uts ol
his life. He lauded Cleveland's adminis
tration and appealed with all his strength
for harmony in support of Democratic
measures. He told that McKinley ism
was at an end, and the existing tariff law,
though not perfect, was vast improve
ment over it.
It should be borne in mind said he, that
the financial panic of 1803 was a Repub
lican panic Republican in its concep
tion, continuance, and disastrous effects
a situation largely ineluceet by the re
sults, then existing and f .impending, Of
that Republican legislation, which a Dem
ocratic administration had no lot or par
cel in enacting, sanctioning, or condoning,
but which it only inherited Irom its pre
decessors, ' The people recollect that it was under
a national Democratic administration that
the Sherman law was repealed, not as
promptly as some of us desired, it is true,
but nevertheless unconditionally repealed
within eight months after our advent to
'We promised the people in our Chi
cago platform that this statute, which
was eating out the vitals of onr financial
body politic, shoultl 4not be permitted to
endure, and the promise was redeemed,
despite the adverse predictions of our ad
veisaries. We also declared in lavor of
the repeal of that last relic ol post.hellum.
partisanship the Federal election law
which invaded State rights, menaced the
lilierties of the citiaen, multiplied Federal
officials, involved the expenditure of mil
lions of money, and continued sectional
animosities, and were as ill-conceived, un-
j n -cessary and impotent for the preven-
tiou oi fraudulent practices and the pro
motion ot pure elections as they were
vexatious and offensive in their enforce
'Fellow-Democrats ot this Empire
State, and of the country, the duty of the
hour is not harsh criticism ol Democratic
leaders or of Democratic measures, nor
mulual recriminations nor conflicting
counsels, but is a lime lor conciliation,
for unity of purpose, for aggressive ae
'The common enemy now confronts us,
seeking our political destruction. Bear
in mind that the control of both legisla
tive departments of the government is at
stake in the coming elections. Internal
party strife must now cease and our at
tacks reserved lor the foes, who are al
ready forming tbe;r lines of battle against
us. The Democratic national and State
administrations must alike be loyally sup
ported. The American people have not
changed their sentiments, and the sound
and cherished principles of true Democ
racy will still receive their approval, lie
cause the Democratic cause is the cause
of the people.''
The administration of Piesident
Cleveland has been clean-handed, econo
mical, painstaking, and patriotic. The
various departments of the National
Government have lieen conducted with
success, and the Democ i'atic party as a
w hole is entitled to the coufr itnce of the
masses of people, whose interi sts it en
deavors faithfully to serve."
The Senator continued at some length
with his yvords of power and burning elo
quence, after which the convention wa.s
adjourned till Wednesday, when he re
ceived the nomination.
Big: Ike Excites Attention.
Mr. Hill Humphrey and bride, nee Mis.
Georgia Ward of Jacksonville, who were
married on the 20th inst, are now in
Washington City. The Richmond Dis
patch has the following special under
elate of September 27th about their arriv
" well dressed, nice looking man ar
rived at the Metropolitau Hotel to day,
accompanied by a lady. He registered
as follows: "Big Ike, Mrs. Big Ike, New
Berne, N. C." None of the North Caro
linians about the hotel know anything of
the new arrival, who displays so much ac
cent rlcity in registering his name.''
Republican Ascendency, The Aim
What sort of political principles has
this fusion party voting for Democrats,
Republicans, and Populists all on the
same tiekei? Now the principles.? of some
one of the parties are right and ought to
be maintained: from this ticket which is
The object ol fusion is to get the oppo
sition in the I )eiiiocracv in the Eastern
D'strie ts all united so that tlie radical
nominees for Congress can stand a better
chance for election. That is all there is in
The Eastern Populirls nnd the Eastern
Republicans are made to play the fool iu
oruer that Rich. Pearson and Rom Linney
and Tom Settle can get Topulist support
to send them to Congress, where 1 hey
will voto against the principles which the
People's paity advocates Tom Settle
h is already voted against these princi
ples and the others will elo it as sure as
Mr. Shaw Routs Both Opponents
A special to the Wihiiing.on M
gives ihe following in l'.'lei'i nee to
Congie ional canvas in ihis Disi-
'Congressional candidates Shaw, Spi an
ami iiiompsoi. na 1 nien ins- jui .l meet-
j . m Dunn
IDli III -Lunii H I lie VJ Ll 1 Hi:?., nu'v-u iv.
sullen in a complete weniocrauc vic-o.-.
Shaw made 100 votes. He used 11 p
botli spears anci inompson 1 ne iJeni
ocrats are proud of their nominee. S'law
I paralyzed the Republicans an I Populi3ls
anu cast lear ana consternation in men
Onslow Con ii j .
A brilliant wedding took place at Rich
lands on the night ot 'I insd jy. '2ath inst.
the contracting parlies being Mr. R. E.
Williams.ol Courtland.Ya .and Miss I, "ah
Koonce, daughter of Mr. F D. Koonee.
The marriage was pel formed in
Methodist church, of Riehlands, Rev. A.
R. Raven ot Kenan-ville ollieiatiug.
The church was pr..lusely and chanii
ingly ornamented with Moral decor itions,
and there were sixteen brides-maids and
grooms-men. The brother ol the groom
Mr. S. 1). Williams, of Kaleign. accom
panied him to the altar, nid Prof. E. M.
Koonce. of Jacksonville a c .mpanied the I
The waiters wer : li. G Wi -giti-. of
Berkley, Ya. . best n aaj and Mi. K..te
15ogg.-, of Catherine Like: Mr. A. II,
Koonce and Miss Ida llargelt, Mr. j. .
Beecham, Jr., and Miss Sal he Gerock,
both of Jacksonville; Mr, W. W. Mills
and Miss Olivia Steed, of Riehlands: Mr.
C. R. Spaight cf Jacksonville, and Mis
Nannie Farrior. of Riehlands; Mr. L. F.
Murrell of Jacksonville, and Miss Addie
Cox, of Catherine I gike: Mr. S P. Ven
ters and Miss Mamie Franck, ol Rich
lauds; Mr. F. D Koonce, Jr., and M'im
Mattie Henderson, Riehlands.
After the ceremony all the above men
tioned and a number of relatives repaired
! to the residence of i lie bride s lather and
! enjoyed an elegant reception. Thore
were a number of fine liitsenta.
The next day Mr. and Mis. Williams
came on to New Berne via .Jacksonville,
aad registered at Hotel Chattawka. Tiny
leave to-lay for R ileigh to spend a
couple of we.ks with relatives and will
then go to Courtlaod, Vs., their lutuie
Third Party Couuty Convention.
We give in another column the official
proceedings of the Populist convention
held here Wednesday.
The meetins; was somewhat ot a failure.
The attendance was mo Icate nd there
was not the i ai.-ie-- manifested one
would have expected from the ann.iunce
Neither of the speakers, invited for the
occasion were present. Mr. Brinson seit
sickness in his family as the leason why
he did not come. Mr. Mew b mie was not
Only one nomination was made; that
was for Representative. Mr. Chas. Sut
ton, of Vanceboro, wns the nominee.
When the time for making nominations
came Mr. R. P. William.3 a Republican of
the city who was not present and who
says he did not authoriza his name to go
before the convention and who says
further that he knew nothing of the in
tention to nominate 'dm was the first one
placed in nomination; Mr. W. F.
Gwartner was also placed in nomination.
Mr. Sutton, the nominee leceive-d 33$
votes; Mr. Williams, 20; Mr. Gvvartney,
After this nomination was made a mo
tion was carried unanimously to adjourn
without making any further nomination.
Previous to this there was an attempt
almost successful to adjourn without
making any' nomination at all.
The only attempt at an address was
the opening remarks of the chair. nan.
They were comparatively lengthy. As
to their character we will give condensed
samples of thfm audleavithe reader to
judge for himself.
A Democratic vote, he said was a vote
for John Bull. The people of the United
States are slaves to England they pay
her billions of elollars more than her
colonies. The reason England is so in
terested in lynching in this country is that
each lime a man is killed it is one less to
work tor her!
He accused the other parties of deceiv
ing the people. "I know it is so, said
the speaker, for I have been in the
RING AND DO.NE IT MYSELF. We
used to tell them it was t therr interest
to elo so ami So w hen we knew it was
The above is a charge we would not
have thought of bringing against the
speaker. He brings it against himseli
We intended to have given his remarks
in more extended form, but other matter
Annual Meeting w Berne B & L
The annual meeting of the Neyv Iierne
Building & Loan A,ssoeiation was held
last night. The report of the secretary
and treasurer read and adopteel and the
eight series of stock ordered to be opened
The directors elected arc: J. II. Hack
burn, T. F. McCarthy, John Dunn, J. M.
Howard. L. II. Cutler, G. H. Roberts,
C. E. Foy ond Enoch Wadsworth. These
eight directors will meet and elect the
ninth director and then then the entire
boarel f ill elect the officers.
The following is a condensed statement
of the financial repoit:
I 27 fno 00
1 7.U( 10 DO
3. 103 SSI
The reports showed a gratifying c mi I i
tion an tn the benefits to the members -.
share 'of stock matures Sin a little over
six years-bin there is not as large a
membership, or as large a number of
shares taken as there should be. The
membership is about a hundred the
number ot shares 1011. Efforts shoultl
1, tl l...l..r. .1,., .!.-., 1
oc utie.u 10 ijuii 1 ue uei v au i.i iniu
benefits of the association directly to the
not'Ce of our people anel to largely
e rease the business it eloe-i.
A special dispatch to the News and
Observer from Washington City savs:
' Senator Stewart has been exonorated
from the Glassjock affair. The Judge by
having the case taken out of court, de
Clares Senator Stewart innocent, and that
Mrs. Glasscock's dealings with the Senator
constitute a case ol black mail. Since
this action ot the court she states that Iu r
ilegredation is due to a certain North
Carolinian wll0 holds a high place
synagogue and who is noted for his much
, sneakinfr : ,..fi ,,, ., nolitics
this re -
1 shown sever d letters, and says
soectable 1 itizeu of North Carolina sent
; i.ar to Waslnno-ton lo yet clear of hfr.
1 but before the divorce suit is ended it i
(eared he will have to come up and "own
l )LLE DAILY TRAINS
Improved A. A . O. R. R. S.nice
on Both Trains.
Beginning with Monday. let. Nt. the
A. eV- N. C. R. R., makes some additions
to its service which will be greatly appro- j
ciated bv Ihe public. The principal i
; change is in the mixed freight and pas-'
ie 1 si tuer train.
The through I ram ' f' ween llul.blj. .
and Morehead City 1- 1 oiitiinf .1 en ry
other day just the same as now . -i p.
that in the upward run between here and
Gohsboro the train leaves here an hour
later than now at 2:30 instead of L.!0
p. 111., and correspondingly arrives iu
Goklsboro just an hour later than now.
In addition to this service which we
h ive had all along, a mixed freight and
pa-seiii-r train will lie run between New
Heine an 1 Goldsboro 011 the off-days on
exactly tlie same schedule. In other
words a mixed freight and passenger
train will leave Goldsl oro every morn
ing at 6:30 for New Berne and arrive here
at 12:15. On Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays it goes no further but on the
alternate days, Tuestlays, Thursdays and
Saturdays it goes on through to More
head and comes back from Morehead the
next morning as now anil keeps 011
through leaving here at 2:30 p. 111 , and
on the other days the train starts Irom
heie at 2:30 p. m., instead ol coming all
the way through from Morehead.
Perishable merchandise, such as fish,
clams, etc., will hereafter be taken on
regular freight days from Morehead on
the freight train and on the other days as
freight on the regular passenger train. At
present they are taken on the latter
train only us express.
A Very HIeh Tide?
The tide in. New Berne Wednesday
was us high as it ever gets here. It was
higher than it was in the hard August
storm of last year.
It rose pst the electric light station
and put out the fire in the boilers.
It was a few inches deep over the
steamer wharves no harm was done,
however, as freight of every kind that
could have been damaged by the wafer
I had been moved into the warehouses, the
floors of which are higher than the
At the market wharf it rose until it
was alxiut siz inches ileep in both Messrs.
J. F, Taylor's and S. II. Scott's stores,
both ol them had to do considerable work
moving. Mr. Scott had partially pre
pared for it by placing his flour on a
platform. &c. Some damage was (sus
tained by reason of the water, but no
great amount. The water extended on
up the street as far as Mr. F. M. Bowd
The tide, as we said, was higher than
in the storm of August, 1893, which did
considerable damage while this did com
paratively little saw mills lieing on the
river shore fared worse than any other
property. The reason the damage was
greater in the other storm was that the
wind was more direct, aud the waves
consequently more bois:erous. Thin time
the river was comparatively quiet.
Mr. J. S. Basnight opposite the city
whose mill is at the junction of the two
rivers in a position to catch the full force
of ihe storm lared worse than any one on
this side did. The water stood under his
mill, two and a half feet deep; it rose
to the grate haw of the boiler furnaces,
submerged the pulleys and belts of the
mill, broke some of the pipe connections
of the boilers, carried v way a portion of
the log brew and pound, and badly
wre-cked the wharves. About two-thirds
of the logs that were in the pound were
carried out and distributed along the
shores fortunately however only a few
were on hand.
The W. & N. Work at Marines Com
pleted. Mr. Thos. McGee, who for some time
pasc has been engaged in building a
whart an I warehouse at Marines for the
steamer G. M. l'urdy, which runs on
New river in connection with the W. N.
& N. R. R., informs us that the work is
The wharf is six feet wide simply
wide enough lor a truck-car to be run on
in handling freight. It projects out into
the river a hundred feet, to deep water
that is w here the warehouse is built. The
track runs along the wharf into the ware
house connecting it with the shore.
The W. N. & N. road is gradually
reaching out, and we hope to see it in the
end with several feeders, each helping to
develop the couutry and to bring business
to the road.
The railroad which the New river
oyster company are building from a point
on the W. N. & N. R. R , a few miles
below Jacksonville to Stone bay near Ihe
mouth of New river, is now construeied
for three or four miles ol its length.
Unit-d States District Court.
The following named persons have been
drawn to serve as jurors at the next term
of the United States District Court which
convenes in this city on Tuesday, (letolier
Craven county BB Lane. A A I pock,
J J Disoswp.y, Charles S Hollister. W Jl
Ellis. I) S Jones, C E Foy, Daniel Lane.
I) V J m is, W R Guion. J M Howard.
S B Waters, R G Mostly, col , A. J.
Ohestnntt, W P Burrus, C L Wethcring-
to"' (ie1-,; D Conner' N
'Umc A Br-Van StePlieu
i Hardy Perry .
Greene county William
p Grimslev, W P Onnond,
1 - ,
Move, .lob 11
C T Mum
E C Blount
ford, Joshua Wright Smith.
Pamlico county Charles Harper, W.
S Simmons, col., S B Lane, Jo-hua Deau.
Paul C Delamar.
Hyde county J B Watson.
Jones county--lames Learv. Ib niy (
Beaufort county John W Ohapin, .1
B Bonner, F F Cherry.
Lenoir county Levi A Mew bornc, Jr.,
W S Herbert.
! Onslow county cyrus w 1 liomp-o,,.
1 S W V enters, D b Aniau.
' Wavne countv Arnold liorden B 1
Aycock, Ernest Dewey.
Carteret county M JJPhelps. Charh
Wilson county raul Branch.
Mckcd-l V Uy The Joiii na! W Inch it
Always in " Tli, Nwim "
Cra veil e.
w ill- 01 the series of Intor
' ball "nines.
i. T111 kct ha- received llifl
ity app liniment to Ihe folate
N'oiinal and I in I list rial institute.
Tin- Directors of Ihe A. i X. C. R. H.
nave authorized President Ohadwick to
purchase 17 more box car- f,,r the road.
Theic will be no Ininge in the third
ward polling place. Mr. W. S. I'hilips
having e iiiHonted f .r the elocllon again to
be held at his sh-.p.
ysei s are seen m lira k.-t
sold, m as if e did
; oue, two,
ill an oyster region. What -Willi
Ihe o v-l ermen '
A privalM nidi i I an : g:vi:t'
and three hundred dollars for
county roads. Do. s not that look like
we have some public spirited men.
Our sislcr comity, Eenoir, is i.he.id of
us on road progress, but il Craven really
makes up In r moid lo "pel ilieie." an all
indications m.w point she will lie found
in the front rank.
I 1 1 ; way the ro.nl improvement 18 go
ing forward i, ihr correct one. Tbfl
chronics have scarcely had lime lo get a
good breath whereby they cmld mice ob
jections. Rev. Levi Bianson is now engaged in
Work upon a Stale directory. II is at
present tit Moreheul and Beaufort, and
will be up to New Jterne in a day or
The circus which is lo exhibit in Wil
mington on the 15th, has arranged a tour
cl the Slate, reaching from Wilmington
to Ashevillc and embracing eleven citie.
It will hIiow in Ooldslioro on tlie 16th.
New Ilcrne is given the go-by.
Mr. J. W. Yernelson, represent ing the
music house of Ames & Burke, Norfolk,
left on the steamer Neuse. While here he
made arrangements for space at the Fair
and the company moan to make a finu
A Populist who attended the county
convention here a few days ago now say a
that he will not support any such a man
as Mr. Chiis Sutton, Ihe man nominated
for the legislature. It was a cold an in
different meeting and look very much lik
their last ellort in thix county.
Ow ing to the high lax it is very seldom
a circus visits North Carolina now, but
one is coming lo Wilmington. It will
there Oct. 15th. It it announced a.s ' Wal
ter L. Mains Grandest mid Be'sl show on
earth. Perlbrmsnces are given in three
An Onslow c irrespondcnt says a pro-
traded meeting of Ion days has jilt closed
al (Juceu's church. Six joined and were
baptized by Rev. C. W. Smith of Ihe
Wliiteville circuit. The meeting wna
carried on by Revds. G. W. Starling, C.
W. Smith and 1. N. Henderson.
Mr. John D. Pittman's son Cbarlio ol
Croat an. aged Iffeeen years had (he mis
fortune to break his arm Friday morning.
He was riding a mule which bec.nim
frightened at ihe firing of a gun and
threw him. Both bones of the arm were '
broken near the wrist. He w as brought
up to the city anel (he broken bones wre
set by Dr. Chas. Dully.
The Beatif rt Herald stales that the
Martin Wagner Company, of Baltimore,
have bought the machinery belonging to
the Gibbs Prese'iving Company's oysrer
canning factory at that place. The fac
tory has been undergoing some repair
and the indications are that it will inn
Ii. J. Fuller of l'ayctteville, who has
been on trial at Rockingham for murder,
is acquitted. The jury were out only
about fifteen or twenty minutes. Thin
was the second trial the supreme court
having granted a new one. On the Bret
trial at Fayelleville last March he was
eouvirted u! Ilio murder of B. C. Parker
in the first degree and sentenced to be
The lolloyving hunting item is sent u
from Ward's Mill, Onslow county:
"There are plenty of deer around us.
Your correspondent killed a large four
suag buck last W ednesday night bitting
in a pea field, we mean we were sitting,
not the deer. He weighed litHlbs. Mr.
I. Hi nes killed one a lew days atler. Mr.
S. 1 Guriilo shot, and crippled one a few
davs before. Mr. Riiph Bender is our
besl hlllllel now."'
A..V: N. C Stockholders Meeting.
Stockholders meeting of the A. & N.
C. Railroad Company was held at More
head City on Thursday the 27th inst. Tlie
following proceedings were had:
I he Directors appointed by Ihe Govcr-
1 1101 on the part of I Iu- Stale, were CI1&8.
Di-ivi'V. W L Kenned,. W W Carraway,
Enoch Ward-worth. C E Foy. 8 W
Latham. W S ( hadwic k and W T Cuho.
Sloe klioldei s Directors-: .1 M Mere-
head.Denipsy Wood, I, 1 1 Culler and TD
Finance Committer; E B Hackbuin,
Tims Daniels, Ell Meadows, SI Woolen
! and J A Sievcns.
j Proxy Coiiimillee: .. Harvey, J. W.
I Grainger and , rnol.l Borden.
W. S. ( h.i.lwii k was re-rlrcled Presi-
dent, and E. C. Koliei is. Secretary and
Treasiirei. The next rum ual mretiug is
t to be held at. Morehead C.l v on I lie last
Thursday in S'plcmlx'r in 1 H!I5.
The New Steamer Schedule.
Th-' ii- w s, hedule of Ihe passenger
earner- 1 'I t he 1 ons'obdalrd lines appears
111 lie- i-ir . Then will It a passenger
-leinii". e lber the Neu-e or Ihe New
B- riie to 1. a e hi re 5 davs in Ihe wtiek.
1 no ol the leaving times is Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock. The other
das ol diiiirluic are Mondays, Toes-
ays. ednisda- and t inlays. I lie
hour for Ic o ing on ea. h of I he e da ys is
0 1 1. 111.
More Fish 1 ha 11 is Needed.
'flic Soul iipoi 1 Leader ol September
The mullet 1 ateh a n nnd here this
e.11 li is been far greater than the demanel
i there being absolutely no market for this
fish. During the past week quantities of
these fish have been salted down by many
j families in Southport. There is no sale
I for them iu Wilmington.'' . mi ,