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NEW BERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, OCTOBER 18, 1894.
1 1' 1
You will find
as well as in
Another Item in
any part of the
:4& ii:.-Pper as interest-
ing to the people
'.;-; ' : of this section as
: THE FACT
.; -" that we are
". - oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
liThe Leaders In
47-49 Pollock St
NEW GOODS !
JDST RECEIVED: New Buckwheat
Small Hominy. Big Hominy. Oat Flakes,
'. Oat Meal. Corned Beef. Big Park Oyster
and Soda Crackers, tfce.
I also keep a full line of
:;: CSOXCS Mill WWl :::
A trial will c mvince yon that I will
. Jkdl you goods cheaprr than any house iu
To my Country Friends
would say make my place
headquarters: we give you
free stables and cake care of
yonr team while you are :n
Respect I uiiy.
J . li,. X'tii-lier. .Jr.
UO. 77 BEOAD ST. 1
Major Grmhnm Daves loriiiU Sen
ator Martin Married Him Day-Richmond
Peanon llobsoii May io To
China The Brotherhood ol St. An
drew. Private Secretary Tliurber lias brought
his family back to Washington. The
President is expected between the loth and
the 20th of this month.
I am told tlmt when Captain Ilowgate
is tried he can tell some very damaijinir
things about Inch official who figured
during tlie admiuLstration in which his
Messrs. Josephus Ihioiels W. ". S ott.
J. W- Tomlinsou and nunders . t other
Da- ocrats now holding official positions
in the Departments here are preparing to
go home this month to remain until atter
the election in November. The Fn-i. -t
will find every Democrat doing hi:- luty
when it coiues to voting for god govcin
ment and honest politicians.
The felling offin the Democratic vote in
Georyij. is attributed to the zeal with
which the fusionits wo: I.cd and t 1 1 v- i.ver
contidci.i l- ' :' t lie I tin ra:
llmi. Win. L. Wiiaou has returued from
his iriD to Europe very much refreshed
Be received an ovation when he reached
Senator Camden is here and savs he re
cards West Virginia as -ale for the
Kx-Congressman i rower is litre.
' .v: ns senatorial aspirations atv said to
encou railed the 1'usionists, somewhat
lie is regarded as a strong man bv the
Republicans, kut I cannot imagiue how
an ex-democrat can vote for him.
The Whitney letter pleases all true
Democrats in this city and cannot fail to
have an effect on New 1 ork politics.
Mr. Cleveland says he will take no per
sonal pirt in the New York campaign,
hut I hear he will contribute a good sized
A recent trip to North Carolina by the
Atlantic Coast Line gave me an opportu
nitv to enioy one of the most beautiful
scenes I have beheld since I saw the
"White City- with a golden sunset for a
back ground. As one leaves the X. C.
Railroad for thn Washington steamer
there are the Twin cities of Norfolk aud
Portsmouth, the broad Elizabeth river.
Fortress Monroe, the magDificient stretch
of Hampton Roads with the crested
waves of the Atlantic, all in full view-.
Under ordinary conditions it is enough
to inspiie artist or poet Bnt when the
lun.inous harvest moon shines out in half
orbed beauity from the eastern horizon
nd the setting sun illumines the west
with blending colors of crimson, yellow
ard opal, it is one of the cho'-e-i iits ot
scenery in America. Any one who has an
opportunity lo see it, ought to do so.
Major Graham Daves, of New lJeme,
X. C, one of the most versati'e and ac
complished of southern gentlemen is in
this city for a few days returning from a
trip to Boston. He says he is progressing
very satisfactorily with his plan to erect a
memorial to Sir Walter Kaleigh on Roa
noke Island, the birth place of -nglo
Saxon civilization on 1 1 is continent. At
the approaching State Fair at Ralf'.i the
Trustees and originators of the - -heme
will meet Major Daves and lit .al arrange
ments will be made as to the style of this
memorial. The land is aire uiy bought
and paid for.
for Xorth Carolina,
about ten davs and w
Esq.. left last night
He will be gone
ill oner actively into
Captain Arthur Barnes has gone to
Wilson on account ot the death of his
Senator-elect Martin of Virginia was
married yesterday to Miss Lucy Day at
Smithfield, Va. Senator MaFtiu succeeds
to the seaiin the Senate made -vacant by
the death of Hod. John Barbour. Among
the guests were representatives of a cum
ber of leading families in Virginia anil
Hon. Henry D. Flood, Hon. Walter
Watson, George W. Morris, Josei h But
toD, Frank Wilcox and John Rutherford
acted as ushers.
The bride entered the church leaning
on the arm of her lather. She was at
tired in the conventional wedding gown
of white satin, elaborately trimmed with
duchfis-se lace. Her veil was caught to
gether with lilies of the .valley, lastened
by diamond pins. She carried bride roses,
fringed with 1 i 1 lies of thje valley. The
g-oora joined her at the altar, attended by
his best man, his brother, Mr. Leslie Mar
tin. The reception at the house, which fol
fowed, was attended by many prominent
people. The supper was served by a
Washington caterer. The tables were
decorated with hune'reds of American
Among those present were Gov. and
Mjs. Charles T. O'Ferrall, Juseph T.
Lawless, secretary of the commonwealth;
Hon. Beverly D. Munford ot Richmond;
Gen. and Mrs. Hill, of Albcruiarle; Hon.
J. Taylor Ellyson, S. S. P. Patterson, P.
II. V. Cabell, of Richmond; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Wjckham. Judge and Mrs. Thomas
Wilcox, of Norfolk; Judge Card will, ot
the Court ol Appeals; Judge Horsclcy, o
73 MIDDLE STREET
HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. '
Sash, Doors and Blinds. Stoves, Lime, Plas
ter and ement.
PEVOE S READY2 MIXED PAINT.
UDclcr Gaston LTouse, South Front Street, New Berne, N. C.
FULL I ITNi: OI'
General JLL iix d v it i .
Stoves, Carpenters Tools, Cutlery,
Table Ware, Barbed Wire,
GALVANIZED PIPE, PUMPS,
Lime, Plaster and Cement.
DEVObS PUKE READY MIXED PAINTS. ;y i i d t . bv, the g t , i
niPPer-sona! attention to the prompt anil correct filling of all e-1 Norfolk. 1: is a si, . i.u-.'..-orders.
iliSlim w.dow well-somidieg n mu- wioej. m. -i,
tind fan It w ;t ii IV-nii-, the h.n! .-
L .H. CUTLER & CO.,
Alfred Thorn. Mr. and .Mrs .1. S.
Barbour Tli.mip-on. Dr. and Mrs leor-e
Hen .Johnston, of Hakinion ; Mii- May
Jones of Rii htnaii.l: Siu- Yaletnati and
Virginia -lorilan of Norlolk ; M Kliza
beth Claike. Charles Nchn-, and Irwin
Tucker, of New Port News; Frank Tay
lor and Turner Battle, of Norfolk, and
others. UiLTiets wire received liotn Vice
President and -Mrs. Stevenson. Senator
and Mrs. 1 i-aniel.
Her. Senator Davi
ciiator and -M rs. 1- aulk-
: T !e"
ientatives Swtuisonand 1'
At midnight the bride .
lor Asheville via Old 1
t'ne winter they will sail N
travel abroad until the si
Congress, wlien Mr. Martii
; lie 11. Xl
seat in the Senate.
There is a plan on foot to -er.d Nav.ii
Constructor Rii liinond Pi;ir-on Hob-.m
to China to Study Chinese war mi'di 'd-.
He will lo remembered as the gibe I
grandson ol the late Chief Justice R h
mond I arson. He graduated at Airia
polis with such high honors that the
Government sent him to the Fianeh
Naval S. h ol ceil- Pat'- t ' .uars. He
is one ot the most pi'. m.-.:.g young ( tH-
cers iu the U. S. Navy and his North Car
olina kin, o1' a 1,0111 he has many, ought to
be proud of him.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew s ol the
Episcopal Church met here to-day tit the
Church of the Epiphany. Rev. RoU.
Strange, of Wilmington. Mr. Henry S.
Nash, ot Tarboro. aud othir prominent
members are aire eiy heie, others are ex
thi: not n worn.
It Proen'sN anil Kxeellenre Tlie
Roads Should be Improved nil Oter
The work on Neuse road i- rogres-ing .
very satisfactory. Supervisor Wad-worth j
has a large force at work at the end mar- ;
est the city and a -mall one at the otlr r
end. Toe former have now gone a fir.
as the poor bouse and tl latter about a .
quarter of a mile wit.i the work. j
The work is being done well. the:
railroad plow and hor-c scoops loaned by j
the W X cc N Railroad aie doing good i
service at this end.
As we noticed in a former article 'In '
road has been straightened between t.u
city and the canal which cros.-e- the road, :
by being moved iu a portion of its course I
a little nearer the W. II. Bray firm; t he j
road is well graded and is provided with
good drainage, and through a portion oi l
the way it has been widened old ditches
being filled up and new ones dug.
A splendid piece of work has bien
rone bv tilling in the low bottom near the
ail road and iu making u good one where
lbe road was quite uneven.
The people are getting the worth ot
their money in the rend and we feel it will
be but the entering wedge for improved
roads oyer the county.
The ioad which Messrs. Ilackburn it
Willett have mac ulamized from their
farin to the government macadamized
road is nearly finished, and the change is
urprise to those w aw lvineniher its old
sandy con 1 1 1 ion and now travel over it
for the first time since the improviiiellt
It is a delight for one on a p'ea-ure
drive, for a bicyclist or anyone else to
take a trip over it.
Y e hope to see the good work now ta:r-
ly started go steadily forward.
(inm inir Ten In on li rt r 11 n a.
A statement Irom Fayetteville. X. C,
savs that some fine sjiecimens of American
tea have been sent from there to Northern
markets this season, and the result from
the sales were most gratifying, indicating
that there is a tield lor a new and profit
able industry iu this country and experi
ments looking to the growing of tea on a
more extensive ca!e are being made.
The tea sent to market from the Smith
farm at Fayetteville brought eighty cents
a pound, and some from the Suniii.erville
gardens in South Carolina brought us high
as $1 a pouud.
lTolessor Massev. ot the .North Caro
lina State Agricultural college, says that
the finest tea lie ever tasted wa- grown in
the Southern States, and he looks forward
to the time when the plant will be one of
the important products ot the Carolinas.
A Mr. Jackson, an expert tea grower
from Assam, who had charge of the Sum
mervil'e plantation under General Le
Due. savs that with negro labor lie can
rahe tea more cheaply than is done w ith
coolie labor m India, because ot its greater
The amendments to the Georgia tae
constitution votul upon at the late elec
tion fared as follow-: The amendment
increasing the number ot judges of the
Supreme court from three to five was de
feated hy less than 2.000 voles. The
amendment changing the siss;. us of the
Legwhitnie from the fall to toe summer
was also defeated, evidently ni the hlta
that thr Legislature has the right to name
its own pates without constitutional ac
tion. The amendment allowing the leg
islature to pension indigent Confederate
veterans w as adopted.
NEW BERNF, N C
5 HEP PARC'S
MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON.
Not one ixjnnd of Scrap Iron
is ever used in the ouiU-
DURABLE, CONVENIENT and ECONOMICAL.
All Modern Improvements to Lighten
Housekeeping ( ares.
Twenty different sizes and kinds.
Every Stove Warranted Against Defects.
jPrJcoe not much higher at this time
tb ud commoner kinds of Stoves.
Call on or adJre
New Berne, N. C.
VeUon .Tiiil 'i- Portloi k. of Norfolk;
ii A im'K t .s oi' tiii: i i .
The uin 1 dur'.f. :h 'i'i 1 1 .;: at ii i
! port 1 1 r. an 4M to - mi mi ii :r.
: The dd Fellow- hail v. o m do-A
i The Cieot-i a Med:. ( :;m -niio . :..-w
i sitting at A!: ii'.tn, I. - ;'. o . .:
for diM-u-ion th. p i'op. .-.t ; - : i : . ;:
rate sil i''i i a i o v; ii h.n : : ! , . : u,,
rape instead ot 1; if j'ti .'.
i .)dd Fe'.lou-h'j. p.; :.. :h ' k.
need v. the w:.i - . : i " 1 1, i.tn- 1 1 io: t ht. t,
s 1 1 i.i ion i v. rv twenty -four I nan - - t - th.
i .impulsion tiiid A nteiU-uit OH F. '.r.
It w a- a Br-.':!. Ind., I irti.er th'- ' . i.i
v.l,. i put i-i in an "'d -ti.v- ..; :
wa- hi- wife who lit the th- ho. : .ei. I;,.
diana certainly -hoii'. 1 be i pi n i . I.
In t he th:id Colii. oteh ;)i-t!i. t
Louisiana. .iy the Mate-, the !.m . t
i and Krice and prin.-iph- i g..i! : w n
1 against liountv and U!:;n '.
The Japs are very .v .:i;u i.i .' .-
u'ei's of w art i : i'. They !:. ! ..vei
i body what they are j .!!.: '. .;.. They
1 and do it i: they . , n .
j X. IS. --mhh. u.n . nt; ,.;, :' Mr hey, : ;:
of on- r i i z -iti ' o " : i'i . -x . - i
cent -tamps from tne biueau.
The chief the bureau of -talistte- re
ports that the i xperts nt ctton ;'ro n the
i L'nited St in- dur;nr the month of.-., p.
i tember, lvl'4. ;.iii.uii i-i t .li;:!.-i'.i'.'.
and duiitu S p'.vid - r i "-"!. ?'.-1.047.
i The 1'. S. t r. . -urv go'.d re-ere i
I creasin'. Ir h.i- pi-el tin. t;n r l i . ; i ; m i
notch, siaiuline; a! the elo.-e of hu-'.iu
! to-day al -fhil.is.
Corhett and Fit-:mni -lis li ,e ,n;re ii
: to tight. The en. onrti r will t ike pla. '
, under the au-pii t - of ' he Fiot iil i Athletic
, Club of -I iek-an die. They put a purse
! of $41.00i t ft cure tin- ti-lit. Seven
i oilier ulul - fied to e,.t th,. tight under
tin i r clituge I nt wife out-hidden. It is
! not to take place mil:, alter .lii.v l-i.
A New York p. .He. tr.:i had i. : i . i i
( 1 i tHc u 1 1 y in arr. -ting a large Iii-h woman
She weighed ncn ly :$uo p..urt R atid re-
sisted all ot his eti'oits. Craduai'y. how
ever, as he advanced upon her she would
kirk away, and little by ii'tle in thi- m in
ner he backed her to the -'ation hou- .
Coffee will he cheaper next i-ir. The
world crop for 1 i- etill.:ited at
P2...00,0in bag, the largest ,, iv-md.
and about t2.oOd.00if btlgs in exe. -- ot the
average annual consumption.
The fastest time evi r made mi freight
betwween Chicago and it ileigh. X. t'.,
has just been ;l.i nnipii-ln d by tlir s.mtli-'
etn Railwav company bringing t ( ar-io id
of meat !' r 'elivrv in '1 ': g 1 in four.
days. This t .-: .. it -i.i- made by regit- ;
lar schedule freight trains.
The foot ball season of the State will
be opened next Friday at Chapel 11 ill by
a game between the I 'n'.vetsity and the '
Agricullural and Mechanical College, j
The University eleve.i i- crippled this
yetir by the loss of all exiep-. one !' the,
veteran players who luottglit la-t i cttr's
team up to the high standard it attaint- I.
The A iV M team has also arranged f.r
games with Trinity college.
The proof multiplies that fu-ici won't
fuse. The New-and t Db-rrvcr sty - that.
Chairman Pmi ha- advices from nearly
every county in the St i'.e showing that
there are Republican in them ail who .
will not .-uppor. fusion air! thai the salm
is true of Populist in uin l eountic-.
Russia's wanting to take a hand in the
Eastern war is driving Japan to bring on;
ne w I'i i rnit-. A . 1 i-pat . ' i , ::.:". : g-
hai savs that a .hipanese army to have
crossed the Yalu river and to be advancing
upon Moukdeii w hich i- be':"v. .! w ill
soon tall, as the Chinese are reported t
he in a condition of deniorahu : i i n.
A member of the Carnegie com puny
states authoritatively that the steel rail
pool which expire- by agreement on De
cember 5. will not be dissolved, nor wi!i
there be a reduction in the pi ice- of the
The Charlotte )b-erver gi i s thi- ilea;:
"J. A. Abernethy ha- puri h t-ed the Lin
coln paper mills propeity and wili rivet
at once a o.Ono jpin-iie mil! to produce ,
yarns of No. -")0 and over. Tie mill will,
be built w ith the view of adding .".oi0 :
additional -iiitrllr-, ati.l making lo.l'oo
Tho Mollenliauer sugar rc tiaerv. ltrook
lyn. empliiying l.si.'i) men. will .-hut down
for an indefinite time. The Mohetih-iuet
people suylliata -jugular ieatute ifth,
market is the fact that tiny hav. .-ol I
syrups and nijlasses nh ail. but there i
absaiutely no market tor rctined sugar.
Hon. B. F. Ayeock. of Fremont. Demo-'
cmtic candiUate for Hie State S. iiate In. in
this district, was in the city yesterday.
He is exceedingly sanguine of entire Dem
ocratic success m county district and
State, and as he has bien in many cam
paigns he is a pretty s;lic j,; lg,. (, tl,,.
prospects, lie says if every Democrat
will resolve himself into a woi ier fro in
now till election our majority will !e over
whelming and Democrat-, should take i
his advice and go to work."
A man with a wondirliilly poor
memory got lost in New York, and went
to a small hotel. He was so absent mill- .
iled that he couldn't lor the life of him
remember wdu-re his home was. But he
has a great head mid sent an :idverii-e-nient
to a newspaper "lF-ring SoO reward !
fur Iiiuiscl.'. After two day- tne pro
I priotnss.of the hotel Ipundhi- adilri on
i a card in the corner of one of his pockets.
and she called a hack and sent him honn .
S r netpape": a,:.lUr,:,im ' tlle're-
Hon. John C. Set ri .! ugh. stale
Superintendent of Public Instruction, in
hi; address at Durham, largely devoted
liU remarks to State t-iii-s He stated
I that it cost the people ot .,,rth Carolina
j only $34.tijO te maintain thetr State
I governniei.t; that the expense- of the
111 103m ! judiciary aie but V.imh.m ;.nd the ni;re
1 cost of the Slate l.egi-laiute w.. jio.i" "i.
We have the nr. st economical state go
i ifiiment in the I nion.
1 ( )ne of the gun boats now i.. ing bit.', t
I at Newport News is likely to hi-named
I the Norlolk: and we would add i ur v. otd
J of approval tlcn ot to those of the pap- r
that have alriaov spoketi on the subject,
i The Washington Po-t in all editorial note
; favoring il say- it should be the be-t
which we also concur in. The Po-t goes'
on tosav: "The Landmark i- guatlv in
fivoro: the ir. pos t ion ; so i- tie- Rich
IlloIlC Dispitih. if the es-ei Were to be
a big til -'.-class battic-icp, the 'at'i-r
would have named it ':tg.n:a. A- it is
Vtrginia::.- will be s il'.siied -oei f. '. higli-
c:ty po-st ss ,,
coliin.e: cttii in
tree on (ice.
. d i-i I . ( i
the Meadow -, ti. ' . a -in
i in iimlei. :.. - ;.
ground w ben : - f. ::. ; -and
t: e ie:. i - p'.t . ut
they di. d. An..';.': to
bears the n cm- . f W'ii
eiir 17:;i'. ,, ,.
'.let- tll'e oak. 'file g.
p.lt of lie HoVa: g'..l
who -iiinua . li . " 1. .n. i
Fal'h. V W'.-Il it il OIU 111" 11
a game of im'ti r. ami so
; to Woo'ij,;'
ol' F n il. i n.
red -'irvi'vor :n
I it to W : . on
lh'odiinx. th- failn r ol Dr. llioitm. It
dc-i , ir h , 1 irom the iu-t named gei.l rant
ti h:s ne, hew', the pre-ent oatni. An
, tlice but i by h.n. F.ir'ev i .h t.-tl.e
Jii. volution is -till st mding and in a g..o.l
i state ol prcserwi'.ion. Ti,, -hlnga - w i re
j put on with wrought naii.
ii. nil il l's v vss.
i . ; i i p i in- "i"ii
ami i apl i :ili'l
WhiTi-ii'l lie Viriil
A nil iriices
-pi-, i In -
. A. B at Ii- ol this
of New hern, made
oi hour and iluee
'file-, lav. Then
The speech and
d and weie gri-at-e
make- a rattling
ipe to have him in
i an va.--- Kit. -ton
sj .e. eh o!
,". o lillgtol
. tic dlU'e I
h were go.
('ell. I!. lit
o,d we II
,, II Mil
he lt d a d i-c ils-ioll
. Cullen A. Batt le
n, and who was a
1 I .
rein irkeo : ' 1 ell you.
Batt a- out talks anv
!o- nk- I ever -aw." -Durham
1 ..wing co rii .- politic lice is from
c!i.. .. a Mi i ngel :
I'.i.m City. N. C., Oct.
: M i.ssKMiKK : ( ien. Cullen
l ei l.tl app. illtlllellt to speak
ii. -..her -ilii, ami t he Populists
tins section had said the Demo
te afraid to meet them in joint
i si tin angeuiciits were made
i I). Mouv-. of this county, a
and known by the Populists as
,w B .v I i at or. '" an. I -o intro- t
R.-v. -I. 1. B. Hoover, to meet'
1 1 1 1 CI llgl !
t2' ti i
1 tiitiuy fiom
Hour s ram
! I 1 ' .
-eti-ica, ami auu
i! idle followed in a one hour's
n 1 coinp'et. iv eai'tui'id the
ill I io
to -ay that he eoniphtely
' tl ..) with Mettres and
putung it mild. Ad tho-e
and there were good
('.ii. Battle's -perch was
for the occasion than anv-
thing "In y had ever heard. He so com-
alizeil Meals that in his
thiri v miauti .-' nj. ruder, he could oulv
-n. ik ten minutes, an 1 then in a nervous
and rambling manner.
Hon. F. D. Win-ton was present and
wa- i died for by the audience and he
niad" a spieeh ofa:i hour. Whin he
wa- called Mean's gathered his docu
ments am I h ft the hall in a hall run w ith
;h intention of carrying his Third party
1 1 a nil-, but they were so disgu-ted w ith
linn they would not follow him. Mr.
Win-ton made a tine speech and it was
w. 11 lor Mcai'cs he did not hear him.
Mr. M, ares say- please excuse him
Iro n atn more joint discussion. lie did
not know the Democrats had kept a sin
gle promise. (Jin. Battle told him he
wa- not re-p. .ns-djle tor his ignorance.
Both Winston and Rattle's specehos
have lone good here.
W. P. ( Iiiathain, the negro candidate
for ('oiigtess. -poke lure Friday. While
he was here, lie in company with an- j
other negro. Hall Kllis, held a consu'ta-1 I have just learned that the Republi
tion at the house ,.;' Rev. J. T. P. Hoover j C!lus 0f Pitt county have made straight
iwho ;- a candidate for the Siute Semite ; t Itcpnblicun nominations. Good for
,.n the P.ptili-t lii kiti w ith him. Jn .. D. i tilt. Republicans of Pitt.
Niiar.-. and Ilnrv Williams, all white Let us kiej) the organiz ition of the Re-Po),tli-'-.
WI, a ih - re-u'.t of th..- co,i- i ptiblicm party solid, and under the next
; t:it : -is wa- io.- one heie Know:
la., one heie Knows. 1 lie
:a -'tin pi;, n :- I were making a il.ul
'.: h ( in at h on to end. :- him. The
m -i 1 1 - at Rir-kv Mount to-dav will
ill" ns'ilt wa-. D.
tl ii a r I
4 oiuity Allianee.
. mi I iu th.- court
ie...- i i. !::!.. r ijii.iiter!v session. Vr.
1 I th. iu 1'2 m.
'1 "be Prr.-ident e'l.gted at our la-t meet
ing has r, - gnid.
II. II. Perry was unanimously elected
P :-!. lent during the balance of this term.
Mr. Pet ry accepted in a very appropriate
and interesting speech.
The i eporls of sit' i alliances were re
ceived and while but few delegates and
im mb-Ts weie present, we had not only
an interesting but instructive anil profit
able meeting', niter other business or the
Allianee Bro. Jno. C. Thomas of River
dale (who is now Employe 1 in the Gov
ernment Folding Department at Wash
ington Cityi was called for and made some
good points which are well worth the
con-id ration of our Agricultural classes.
e being no further business, The
' on e adjourned fill its uef regular
!! fly session.
'. L. Uaudison. Sec'y.
l lll:t Y LOSE AT X'KWPORT-
Vt'lnireli and Three Residenee Itlown
Down Xarrou Eseae Front Heath.
We h ive information Irom Newport
that I'.ur h. ii- - blew dow n there, two in
the v. Huge mid two imt-i le, and that or.e,
if t o -mote, i.iew down nt Hancocks
tirch and a colored re-i-w
n in I he village and the
home ot' Ml-. X
w a- 'uoan I'i o r
liie Ogle.-i.y ne.r there
its (bun iation and the
u 1 ' per poi t : oi o the house blown away
ai d to picri s, -hinglr.- and rafters every
tmng being -eoarated from one another
and -eattcn d in an astonishing manner
they were torn ap ,rt a- though some one
ha I been at work knocking the house to
piece- with a hammer.
M i.-.-e- K izie mid Sa1 lie Ann Morton,
.laughter- of Mi-. B ishi Morion, who
were caught under the filling walls were
kepi Irom it.-i.th simplv bv sotne -ink'tlg
of the (lo. .f an. , be the ca
1 e prize 1
They w n
furniture. The limber had to
awav iu order to release them, i
hurt to sou ..- ixtent but no
en and no - vi re danger -tt
Sllilll We Treat Him Entirely as th
4 ami mou Fiiohiv,
Great regard I- had in the Doir.ocratii
party : ,r Capt. . li. Mlclnn, who ha:
:u the 1
st been on.
.;' its liiithfut mi 111-
We f".ir. uowever. that the captain is
geiti' g f.r from ba-e. The editorial in
ve-'ol'iav'- lii.-i'ivil' was4bas:.(f llpou its
it a - i i r-t and i u g of his .-peeche- generally
aad of hhi d;;v -pach in Charlotte,
dav, in i
i if n to .r. Ills night speech
he is far trom l lie fold,
had bein w. . i'i ing mainly
lubllcall party, charging it,
the le-sponsibility for the
ieh the country -infers
night, however, he omitted
t' the R.-piP Li. au puny and
w ail. re to the p n t v with
1 hitherto he
upon the Kej
ei :!- ti'om w h
his criticism ,
which he has hite.v atliliated. He was
liiMif and uuiust. He asserted as facts
tilings w inch aie not lacts.
II ,pi:v Mr. Ttlieit fefutid him at
, n jioin: and in the argument over-wlii-iintd
him. so that, locally. Lis speech
wa- wit,:. nit itfert: but the animus di
1 .ved bv (.ie,!. Kit, bin wars bad ami the
win. t. nor , ! h.-sptocli wa- dis ippoinl
.iig ids loiniet frauds. If- i not the
iiiii in in that li.e.v have hel'e'o .t'ot'e 1 ie
iioe i iiiiii to b". We f HV tnat here dU-r
lr wl ,,.'. !,.- t 'eatcd a- a common
i to my. ( ';, . i ! ' : i i -: ra r.
me. mmsmin : i.i m:s.
lull lrrilriil llri'll
I Iniii ll lor I lir I -
mtl'h w ho
iccee 1 the
b iro s-, th-.t In.
w as ten Ii rod the
ti . n-boro Female
lib- Dr. Hehl. has
in iv,l. giving as lus ruison
in. t eoiiscirnt i.uis! y give up
I'I. f s-,
- biing a
l'eaoek is mentioned
itabie -election !'or the
i:i. oMi: i:kk.
W i I in i ill: I on I . II a i Her I ill I Icul i a I
luriuu I he Week Ilea i n n i im oeill-
Iter :i;t h--The Hi!lseritloiiH Snlli -
4-ienl lo Curr.v Oul Hie IMaiis.
The Messenger fell.- l the Wilmington
Welcome Week commit toe meeting and
receiving a report Irom the subscription
committee to the i f)'. -i t tnat thev had
greatly increased tin- amount ot subsel'ip- j
lions and on morion the executive com-!
mittee decided to have the Welcome j
Week at the time r.eretotore n. lined the!
wtvk beginning Nov a mln-r lib; h.
( 'ommithH's were -ippointid on finance,1
advertising, i !eci .rations, re. eplioii, ami in- '
formation, patade, transportation, music. ;
gun sh,,ot. lire works and buvable demon-
st i a cons.
There i-tobp a grand inauguration
parade, on Tue-dtiv night of that week,
it is to be seen whether two good foot
ball teams can hi induced to play a game
or so during the week aud other aniu-e-ments
and attractions are to be arranged
( l X XOT ST V X l I I "SHX
And W-anlM a Republican Convention,
(iilli'il in l,iio,ii ,i riilni.
Isaac II. S,ith. col . ol New B'.rne has
a card in the Voice, a p-ijer run by color-
ci i i e in (.o . shorn ttom which v; e
make the following extract:
' I wish to congratulate the Republicans
i of. I Wayne county in the highest possible
terms, for their manly act in coming to
getln r in a Republican mass meeting and
entering theii solemn protest against the
white so-called Republicans endeavoring
to transfer the color vote of the State to
the Third party. This, Mr. Editor, on
! the part of the colored Republicans of
j Wayne county, is th"! grandest, the
j noblest and the most patriotic move ever
j postered by colored Republicans,
Tu. Ri-nublican nartv. if you please.
s the party the colored man btdougi to
I he ever desire to leave it he
desires to be led to another party by his
own race and not by a handbill of white
Republicans whose only object and pur
pose of bring in the Republican party is
to get office.
1 will give one penny a head 'or all the
so called white Republicans in North
Carolina who have never ha 1 an office,
never applied for one and nevir wanted
oiu ; and 1 will give live mill- for every
Third patty man in the State who is hon
estly trying to bring additional blessings
to the colored race.
The Third party caid'dale for Con
gress told the colored people in his speech
at Newborn they were not tit to hold
Now. right in the face of these two
giat big truths and in the light of the
Nineteenth century, the Third party peo
ple and their milk and cider white Re
publican expect the colored voters to
Voto them in nower
national administration we wi
ill be the
Republicans who luuo not let't the party,
and therefore will control the patronage.
I move that colored speakers be sent
in all the Eastern counties to enlighten
the colored vote. The colored people
v. i;l be told by the fusioifst-confusionists
that the ticket out is a regular Republi
can ticket. I move that we call a State
convention of the leading Republicans at
once and organise or select a fctate Re
publican executive com.nittee. for the
reason the Republican party w liicli contain.-
about one hundred tliou- n.'d colored
voter- has no Organization to-day. The
last State cciicititi. n merged itself into a
Now. 1 hold as a legal proposition no
political convention has a right to go
outside of its own party to make nomina
tions. The last State so-called Republi
can convention did go outside, therefore
what it did does not bind Republicans."
THE EAST CAROLINA FAIR.
Always the Best in
'I'he following notice of the Fast Caro
lina Fair is copied from the last issue of
the Kiiiston Free Press:
'The directors of the Ncwbern fair
have fixed February 18th to 2-id, inclu
sive, as the dates lor the next fair. The
premiums offered for races alone aggre
gate So.odO, the largest ever offereilin
the State, which will draw fine race
horses from uutside as well a- all over the
State. I he general premium list was
also ordered to be revised and increased
iu many departments.
The Newborn 1 iir i- ahvavs the best in
the State and the next w ill '.e better than
ever b.-fore. Such em rgetic and intelli
gent officers, as President Dunn and Sec
retary Reiensteill can't be downed."
STORM DA.HAliE IX Ol'R STATE.
Washouts on Several Railroads Other
The most of the following facts in re
ferences to the storm of Tuesday 9th inst
are gleaned from exchanges:
Four washouts occurred on the Wil
mington, Xewbern ei Norfolk Railroad
between Scotts" Hill, lender county and
F "lkstone, Onslow county. The largest
washout was at Annaodale. Pender :ounty
wlui'e there was a breech of 75 feet in the
All the iadro ids suffered more or less
by the dreadful storm of Tue-day. There
was high water in all directions, and there
were washouts on most all the railroads
for hundreds ot miles around. (
Washouts recurred on the Cap? Fear 1
and Yadkin Valley railway, the Wilmiiig-1
ton. Xewbern and Norfolk railroad and i
tl,B Atl-mtir Coast Line, r iusin.r a delay 1
to the train:
The Cutoliua Central had fourteen hun
dred feet of trestle washed awav at Brown
Mafsh. two mi
les east of Chirkton. and 1
forty miles west of Wilmington. A mill
dam above the trestle gave away and
caused the disaster during Tuesday night.
In Southport the severest wind and rain
storm of the season prevailed, the w ind
blow ing in gusts of a velocity ranging be
tween forty and eighty miles an hour.
Shortly utter noon the frame of the Odd
Fellows budding was
blow n down, the
loss amounting to .yf.nnij and is a total
one. There w as no damage lo shipping
in the harbor Heavy seas are lolling
( u the Clinton section the rains were
the heaviest ever known in tin re. Many
bridges and mills were sw. pt away in
Sampson county, anil mil ii damage done
to unharve.-teil crops. Three hundred bet
of the Chilton Branch Bailroad was
washed out at Six ?uiic and trains cannot
pa. for several day-.
lieii'l. i . V. Untile lliicK from (inniisv
Ccli'l. C. A. Battle who has been oil'
on a lativa.-sing t"iir in the interest of the
I leiiiocraiic parly ret u ned h.-nie ;i the
steamer Neuse. lie -poke la-tat .lam.
vil ie. tie failed to li 1 bis la-l two ap
pointments owing to the -lorin.
Thecanvi-s w.s carried on pleasant'',
up to the pun; i'i wi.-th,!- intciriipicd
'i'he (ii-i.cial ioiind the Drmo.-ra i ot
oniv int-risted in theeltetion but .sitl--ti.
d with the piospect tihead.
Shiloh's Cattirt'ali Itemedv. A marvel
. t lis cure tor Catarih. Dipiheria, Canker
mouth, and Headache. W ith each bottle
there is an ingenious nasal Injector for
the more successful t.eatniont of these
1 complaints without extra charge
Hlli DK.MIM I.' ATM' TIM I M I'll.
si'i; K i:hn Mir i i r.
renlon (lie Seal ol War I u l'oiil-
lisls. Ira ink- and It iiiiiIOiisIiih
Taekle Iteil l i u liel cl and ISn r k Iliad
and nine Oul I'.a.lli W orsted.
( ,,m,i. ,.,1 ,
w ete met 1
F. D. K.
Bedding!!, id and Burkh
bilie. i to sp ok I,, re v, a, ,
y Me-L. L. Fran u-'
once, ot ( lllsion c. ll it w
l-i I.. Fr.
w ho in i ie
,1 tone w I
h w.,s to -.nek's
u ,s ;
a veil p
peeeh troin ,i I
t u:d o ,ii
w uieu appear.it to give gteat s ltislnctio
to the few Pops pii-.'O uhiiweie in
informed on the political :.--ues ,,i tl,,- da
no doubt, but that thev i ..n-'.il. -i,.,! ,.-. :i,
gunieiit uiiaiiswi ial.il. . ti.e.r , . -, .
wreathed in -tnihsaiid dieir ,. . n
itppeared unbounded fo tm- , .
But when F. C. 1 lr d. ii i.glic d ,o.. .
coinmonc. d jouimg ,ho-. n ,; ,
. . .... ..-.,.. c ,.,... , . . i
sii.i v iii.u i i;,,ii K s 1 all 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 a e , -
hibited so sl-cr-fuilv an.l which ,,',.:,s .
them so much, showing them tin.-n ike
j deforu.ities and the f-iha. iin-m- of th
i .guou-nt-. ! the gentle. mm . !' ( hi-low
I even caning upoiii mm it lie .l,,l not
' even ..uoiig upon, mm ii lie ,
mow iii.u -lieu siairmeni- were luit as lie
had stated thev were. an. I ' lieu iurndigr,
proving satisfactory to svery on . ewn t.,
the hard-shell Pops by the ncordthat
his whole argument :is lal'acioiis. We
could not tell winch looked the nio-t like
subjects for a first cla-s lutural, Mi
Franck's or the Jones county Pops, '.,,,1,
white and color, d who h "1 eh . re. 1 m I
made such luiid demonstration- previous
ly. Mr. I". D. Koonce arose and procce.lel
to rejdv but everyone .,,. : ud uitt,
ICoonce know' hiuitobi a .-iia , , d. b .t, 1 ,
w itty, and a wonderfully str nig ,,, t ,
tackle, but Beddingtieii's di--,-, tion of
Franck's made the gentlein u: vmy liberal
in his arguments at first and he approach
ed every proposition with caution, trying
to cover up every little defect and slop u;i
every little track that Mi. Burkhe.nl
could see through, quoted scripture mi i
went back and raked lipoid lii-to.yt"
sustain him. then dehed into a pbe of
news papers which Irom ti.es'.-of the
bundle in list have contain, d ail the pop
ulistic literature of the d.t. read ihn r ,.r
fur extracts fiom them wh'n h appeioed
to warm him tip and lie ph. h d in io the
promises iff the Deiir- rns. ti:.l . t , i i r
liiilures in tverv ;ne. lolil t he gn at bless
ings in store for the people slioii'd the
Pops get in possession of the govi rmni nt,
anil then closed by asking every lover of
reform to help them in the caii-c.
Mr. Burkliead then arouse and pro
ceeded to address the iiudieuie, ant in!
tin minutes time he had the g.-ntlein.ii
completely dissected: turned all his argu-i
meiiLs against linn, ami n hi tin- Demo
crats al I in an uproar. Cheers continued
to pile on him during his speech. Some
of the pop. wo know Irom their 'mil,.
won't beab'eto sinile any more lor - long j
time, while poor F. D. Kocnce with a!i i
his limits ol being in all parties and on all
sides of every question, we could not
help pitying him. He certainly felt the
sledge hammer" blows of Mr. Bulk
head. Why eveu some of the pops ac
knowledged that Bulkhead is by far the
best speaker that they ever heard.
We regretted that we did noth ive cm v
man in the county to heir the j unt nis-
cussion here. The same speakers will !
have joint discussion again at Tuckahoe. j
A IMaln Tariff Illustration. '
The firs; nromisc was to ronrril the !
McKmlev bill. It has been done. Iain
going to talk tit rill. Itissimply an indi
feet tax, laid on everything around us.
Suppose a merchant in Kuiston wanted
to sell hour at $3 a sack but millets just
oul of town brought it in and so d it at $'2
a sack. The merchant would have to seil
at $2 or not sell any.
Now suppose the merchant in luces the
commissioners ot Kiustou to make a law
so the millers will haveto pay on inch
sack of flour brought in the town. Thou
the merchant would put his Hour al $ I Oo,
just below what the millers outside couni
afford to Sell at. Il this law was then
repealed the price of flour would full from
12.9-5 to j2 a sack. H,at is the wav with
The government says we can't buy fiom
other countries without paying a big tax.
which is for the benefit of the manufac
turers. Oue-fifteeutii of the population is
thus protected; fourteen-fifieenths are not
protected. Is it right or just to tax four
teeu-filteeuths of the people so that
fifteenth may grow richer and riche:;
Extract from R. B. Glenn's speteh.
STATE FAIR .XOTES.
Sueeossi In Sight Aliraetioii I run I
eal Feature? Road Maehinery Fx
hibit Amusements. .
. r , . 1- i . 1 . I
Matters have crvstalized into such shape i
as to assure beyond doubt the greatest j
success ever attained bv the North (,'aro- 1
lina State Fair.
Numerous attractions have already been
mentioned of both practical and amusing
Tuesday, which is educational day
promises to be one of the most interesting
of Fair week. A number ol schools will
be in attendance, and an address will bo
delivered by Dr. J. M. L. Curry, a great
advocate of popular education. Oncol
the great features of this day will he a
chorus of five hundred school children to I
ing "The Old North State.''
A new leatnre ot practical n.terest just
added is an immense exhibit oi road Ma-
chmc-n, showing every implement for
making good roads, from a pick to a
lteen ton steam roller. Same of the mn-
thinery will be in operation. A Road
Congress will be held In the city on We '
nesdav night of Fair week, to which ivi v -
body interested iu this important i( ie--
ton is cordially invited, (ien.
the I lilted Mill, s mail t, nguic r, . 1
Washington, will ' c present ..ml or m i
a olioi't ad. lr Addresses will ai-.. be
made by prac i, ai ioil worki rs w ho wil I
speak from actual w ol k and i pe ii nee.
The social Ieatute of the Fair pro nlsc
to eclipse any g it net ing of people herci..
f ire held in -S'oi th Carolina. '1 he s, ,, i, t v
element ot eyt ry low u in the -ta'c !' any
size win ne largely n ; ro.-eni. n.
The Cap. Club ofKa eigh wiilgiv.-a
seiiesot germans and Lulls inclti ling n
giaud hall complimentary to the Stale
Fair Mar-lids, mi Friday nigh;. The
Catolina Cot llimi ( 'lub will also give a
series of eh gant germans, receptions. ,v;e.
Hon. W. A. 11. Bianch and Col. Harry
Skinner Ifvniucratic and l'opulist c ,nd'
(lato tor cong'Oss, from th 1-t di-trir:
have appointments near In t'e a- f..'ow-:
Swan (.Quarter, Hide lounty, Monday
Oct. lo, ig in.
Aurora. Be.i'.ifirt county, Tu. -d.iv, Oct.
lc. 1 p. in.
llavboi'o, l anil
Oct. IT 1 p. m
I'm auloll, ( il'lelet cot
'-'-'. li 111.
A Vlll ll. 'l 1 1 eounl I ',
Fa kl;c u, I ':: ! i nil t
Bethel, I'itt e .uuty,
' reen ville. 1 '.it count
av. Oi I .
a v, O' t. -i'i
ay. t let.
- . m .
W'lU'aington. B'-auIort county, M-.ndav.
tlct. L".l, ni,
LU Papers for sale at this office,
vi w oit its s i.i: s .
1 lie Sii'iii'Mle I I plioiOs
Veliou ol Ih.-Snr on liMir, .n
r'rjin Ilii- Sail-.
I he Supreme cur t has rni 1 i c
ci-ioti in the New B in" water
ease, iu tile action taken oppo-ii
confirmation of the sale. Tin- -
i- .1. -
oui . anirnis u,e action ot t u,
. oiirl in conlirmi ng t he sa le.
Ti.e e i-e ws ar. o d I .- M. -l.iioll
and W. W. ( ..I r
lav oi oi continuing air i ;.c M .
W. ' M
f vet ..I the city, .Mr. I r, di II M
Wdmingl ,n in pel-son and Mi.
Ih i- :n brief on b 1 all,,:' r,
posing the confirm ilion.
One More I'orl u n a I e.
Agon a New Beruiau has scoured n
iewi 1 that will a.1.1 luster to our s, h,l
Ici.'cie. On Wedlleslav, Oct. Kith. I -HI.
Wdhatii Mitchell Roiuitree led ., th,
in.. n. age altar Miss Khzahrlh Fio-t
Maine, the beautiful and accomplish, ,1
daughtei of Mr. and Mr-. Malcome Main,
I l'lo,,!,!n. X. V. The celemonv. Hi"
iii ' s i . a u I the tl. overs were -u: ! i d t , , an
... . a-ion when a Southern gentleman wa
muted in widlock lo n lad ol'th,
1 miuedi p. Iv alter the welding lea-t
the bridal party turned t h.i r fac - ,u ; h
ward. and as the bride w.i-leav ing lr r
lather's house a show ei .. pnr.-l riieleli
upon lu r, expressive of ih, w i-h tha- h. r
life may be a happy one in her s,,,;:,, ,n
Mis. Rotintrer is the daughter ..' a
P'm-ih rmn cotton men hunt of Xi w
Yoik. Mr. Rountr.e is a promising
oiing bu-iness man of Xew Berne, being
a member of the mercantile firm of. I. B.
Holland ec Co. They will arrive here
on the steamer Neuse to-morrow morn
ing, and all New Berne w ill give them a
The reception will be held next W'ed-
e . g
lav evening Oct. 17th, from half p
it to half past II. at the residence
gloom's parents. Mr. and Mr... W.
Xl'W Rtvi'r Jelly Itmpeel Ion.
Maj W. II. Chadbourne, Assi-tant
U. S, Engineer and Mr. U. A. Brow n. .Ir:
( nine up by rail yesterday from Xew
R v. r they have been surveying ami in
spi . ting the jetty just built by the ( h,
iiiiiiii'iit at the ntoutli ot New River un
der the supervision of Mr. Schuster.
The w ork on the jetty wasliegun about
two months ago; it was finished last wick.
Its design is to cause the current to cut
away the channel until it becomns twice
us deep there as formerly. Au in-pection
ol the channel was made before the work
was begun, this one is made as soon as ii
is finished and a third one will Ije held a
few weeks Irom now. i
The inspection shows the work of diep
ruing has commenced. It the stibsiquent j
in-ptvi ion -hows that it will, as now built, j
accomplish all that is desired, no more .
will Uj done, it is fiiun 1 that it does not I
deepen the channel as much as is intended j
it will be improved so that it w ill
1 s,, ,1, o o nil .
Xew Berne it ood IMaee lor Rnj in.
Along with his other fall goods Dr.
Geo. Slover, one of our enterprising hai d
wt.i'e dealers has just received what i- j
)robab!y the largest single shipment ol j
stoves that ever entered the city. Their !
egjr gdo weight is twenty live thousand :
That our merchant!: buy in such large j
quant it ies su-tains the position which the !
JoriiNAL has always held that New i
B,.i-nr is one of the best markets. I hat the 1
us-r or consumer cm find in
purchase his sunnlies. The large and
well tv il'ted stocks give good opportuni
ties for selection, and the purchasing in
large orders enables the merchant to pur-,
chase at low figures and the low freight I
to New Bei ne, owing to our li iving sue h j
conveniences of transpoi tation as both,
rail and water gives still further nilvan- j
tages all of which work to the benefit ol j
the final ow ner. :
A Tllif mill Rarfe Fine.
Mr. R. Dougherty, of Baltimore, who'
carries on a verv-Jarge strain tug and
barge freighting -business, is at Hotel
Chattawku. Mr. Dougheity came pros
pecting with a view of putting on tug-;'
and barges to ruu between Xew Berne I
and northern port-.
Mr. Daugher'y expresses himself :.
highly pleased with what he has seen rf
the city. He says he had no idea of find-
ing it such a place as it is. From the;
tone of his remarks we expect to see
souiu of Ins barges carrying aw ay cargoes '
ol timber from our mills ,11111! returning 1
loaded with merchandise. Mr. Daugh
crty says he finds the people want cheap
height and he is in a position to liiini-li 1
them. He owns individually nine tugsj
and fourteen V rges. He has one roiiimg,
now loaded w ith 3 5 0 tons of coal. I
A CoiiiiiarlNiiii nl' l am
ol a I oes.
Capt. h.r. C urn way
Creek was up to iiiarkei
flolll Ad OH-
with very fine
sweet potatoes, -Norton yams alio iti'a
a w ya ns. The latter is a kind i rw
atounil here which Mr. Carr.r.vav is intro- j
ductng and which he like- b etter than
eithi r the Norton or the red yam. Tlr-v '
can scarcely be told in appearance tiotn
the red yam but they are consul, id bit
ter. They have the color and flavor :
the red yam hut cook fiinur and g;.
larger yields than either the t. d . r
Capt. Carraway in dioging te-tr 1 a f. w
row s of each which weie :ioo Inl.s long
The N oi'inns average smnrw hat tin- largr-l
in sie but Irotn six rows of the Nortons
In- got only thirty bushels while th" 1'ida--aws
yielded at tlie rate of f.,nv I u-in-1-to
the s.x rows.
Brnnltt OysIlT C,inniir,v liwl.
Sometime ago we wrote that the ..y-t. r
caining lactory would probably op. n up
h rr again, bul we were inistakeii 'I 'hr
M 1 1 1 i 1 1 Wagner Company moved tl,.- n.n-
chii.ery of the lirtoiy this w.ck to 1! d i
inotr. Il was cairiel mi th -totu.ii
V'(i undi rstand t hat ail thr laclor'r - m
Not t h Carolina will be ni., ed. The ow n
iis claim thai legislation mi nv-t.-r- in
I hi- State is t be cause. I'watil rt lbti'd.
.Inllor Ikilf Itai'linill. i-4l.. IkrlNil.
I'aie I hi rh am, col., jailor for Crawi
county, died Th Ul'silay morn i ng alicr4b.
' ing ill nearly two months Irom an ab-re-o!
the liver. The deceit.- d had held th.
p -ition of ia'loi under both 1'rpiibko.u
and Democratic county ndministrai i.r
. is years, ten Veal's under Sheritl' 1 1 ubb
l two under Sheriff Stiniron and -: i aid
the jiresent sheritl', V. B. I. me. I'.,
mule a good. jailor. II". w.i- attrotiw n
kind to the ris uirls. mi.i steady in ' !
forming whatevi r duty .1. ..'.- I n
.'a-loll4, ltl'lIW -In
A cyel'ine went thr.
, about half w ay bet w e n
It -.on i ill.-.
ugh i ,.
.1 ,, k-oi:i :p,
tw I-tr I , 11
a vi.ail "',.
Wmi iit v -
Wilmington during tm
wa- about ti hundred
nio-t of the tiei - wer
went. Here and
h ft. A stable i,
A ifagniiin of tin
was niakng hi
' tram apiuoachin
w ,v N i; u.
way along !,-:,
the wash,,, n
caught in it and he mv- In mill -him-elf
from being blown awavb, .i
down and holding on to our : the r.
I of the road.
" i VV s l Il I I I '
' ! ' i il a I Hhirkli
I it :,i - in - Su in,.-
'' " i ' i.. pun hnse an-
' " '" ' . '': h ui.-i win no fierce
1 1 1. . i ' . : .. .do in.,., ii i h ,l the mail
im ! I he t rain.
fie i.-i :i Tusca
t. i h it section
i - he could note
to p ' e i . : 1 1 . . i ' damage.
I ';: V Hill, the new candy
' I'Hii . hud the f'ulh -t and pret
' -t'biv : i In : '. m.iki s .,1 e:!m-
' - '' ' '!. v.-l ...ad. It met
" i ..! ,' .. :.,-., ,'1 u,,, s:llv ,1.
- . A ge i-onics to
w loch makcii
tei i linn before,
i nt. I -I - ;oluinn
. . i hi leading
So. h mi one as
I I ll, .!). .1
t , v -d ii
i". : .. i .
Tar i , 1 n -.n - i- ..p. ii ng lairly well,
ud i -p . , , ' - . n-i I, ting the very
lo a (.;., .- . f. ..;..,,. When u ill ,,ur far-iii'1'-
let I nudum, iii.ii attention
I :: . !- . I- aad -t... k .V c.
h", , .-. . '.'ii. li'iiim iu I he city
v ' ' ti th it I .. a "d, ,, ntimlist.
Ii oaai.i Mi
tm ry .-: I hat
-e .1. r.
- 1 n,,". in l be peniten-
' i v I a five years
,-. ii now and eleC
i . . i ii nest ie,rse-
i ' i the prrprtun-
II . '! . i,.
vrii.nee u ,;
tion ,,r .;,,,
A sprrinl 1 1 - j . t I, -, t giro a rat
tling accum o lb,. Democratic and
Popul.-i ...in'. at al Tiviilon. We hear
fr ' 1 1 "'In '- also that it was one of tlio t
the Bigg.-; dis f . Democracy that this
section Ii.,- -i en lor a long time.
v i "
I.--e- 1! ulah Wil-oii. of Morganton,
X. . one field- ,,f Kinston, N. C;
and l.u I' i h.r, , , Catherine Lake, N.
' ' : a :e :, 1 !,, Allioil. M isKcs Wi Ison and ... ' '
Fail- o-. p, ing through to visit Mins
f a) nt and - lie c o,,r up M -ter. lay lo meet
;. ..loir 'it 1 1 ,t an i s takes im to task in 1 '
n l! . ',.; upon the d, lay- , f the courts,
w 1 I, . . ing ma ir 1 1 1.1 .11, to the Mills- .
miiid.i c,-e.il Kdoigh. Our idea was to v
i in pi', ,-s t he 1 1 . 1 poi ti, .,ee 1 ,1' speedy jutttico -'" ."
in e ,s, s wlier- - rh.iK crime h:i been
coin 111 i t to I tind 1 -ii, h ii cln.rictor iu to ",.
ai'i.il e an 1 in. en-e Ih, people. ..
Mr. CI1.1-. l. .-'on. . a young lawyer of .,'-.,
Xoitolk. who , . out la-t. week expect- .
ing to in ike -imply the round trip for" t
plea-me on the steimer Neuse, found the .
city so plcisinl that hr has prolonged his . 1 .'
visit He inlet:. 1- to omaiii until next
week making a1. nit two weeks RpcnL "jr,
He is ., I ,11-br. the. oi Mr. .1. W. Nichol- . - '
son ol the -' e 1 1 1 1 ; Xeii sc.
llverv Ik-iix i :ut -hould see in time that ,
bei- prop -:. 1 gl-:ried and iinprvM the
i) ( 1 1 of hi- in ig bb. ,1- doing the sain upon
tbe'c, 11... in-., o. -urr lo turn out on
ilc in I . i: I ..:.-. fa over confl- -T.
J. nee -i: d . ..,1 . - -i.t neglei t lies the
' hi. f . I ; 1 1 1 . r . Ai ond to registration in '
ti in 1 . .
The Bcaiifiul Ibiahlhas news from
Xew port t. 'oing ,. considerable damage hy .
1 In- -torin. 'flu re were two houses and a .
chutih that were blown down. A Mr. "'
Moiton and ! of his daughters were . -v-
callgh: on del h :- hulls,. s i W118 blovTO ' '.-
lo a n. Tie " r. 1 i ed injuries but are not ' '
i i.nsi. let 1. 1 lo i ., , laiigeroiisly hurt.
In pa in a1 n .n our streets Tester- - C-r.
day we . riicai'd n remark from il ,
coup' i.ngci- "I hy have a very
pi, fly I ' ::e le u: h. rr, clean KtrveU and ..'
heaittlful -bide'." Wr agree with yon, .-:.
and be-; .1 ..I d is oupioi ing iu looks -'.-.
lapid'.i, auo - '.eb'v growing all the
A drunken whit man fell over board
in dien w iir at tiiai In t w barf Wednes- ,--V
d.i 1 1 1 . 1 : 1 1 1 1 Th .ugh b.fli before aud J
al'l : I ring pa'l. d .ml he did not SeOtu '-
to I: ive -ee-r , u 11 h h it l'.r anything lie "
knew enough while he was ill the Water - 1
to hang co 1 ir . ( el v t, . a ost till A rope
wa-lhto.i, !.,:., ,;..) I':. 111 to cling to that
till he w - pu :. i up. It seems -X man' :'-' "
has to i.r p'.ip. lar gone bel'oi-e he loues . .
the 1 1 i-i 1 1 ,. I . ; . : ,1 a -, r alion. ,.
Mr. Kol ;. I'. ( , , - k 1 1 -. one of tle crew
!' -1 h e n : '. 111 T. Baki r, was up to - r.--the
city 1 .-1 . id . v and h it on another "" v
sl im ,,,, 1 im hi- ii ,u,r at Ifuteras. The
Baker, t , wic. h h. 1. longe I is the vessel .
which in th -toian In fore the hist one we
1 r 11 ol ' d a- in h -1 re - ne a r Betud'ort withi :
hrrnia-t- .1 .101 .con andnoaily all her
sol- g"i a . s 1. u w a. Wilmington for -v .
I 111! ll"l
111. it": ah
I I l ( ss (roods i
li, i ainlv niiss a
... . n i . i io not come
. - ii - -.. hi as you can
'(" a t nipt to i numerate all
we o -iii ; on i , ii would re-
I.e. 1 col W e ow n ill Tins
-. i . i that wo i in only give from
t . wiek n 1 al a liuir, but ll'you
imp or I he pi ii . - w it li t hose charged
i . o 1 1 p . 1 1 i - i . 1 1 will see at a
w " e II t'.r lead.
: i : j ( jl'irt
I'lcnrb S.itli -rns. in Beautiful De
is indi I'do' Srigr ,,(ic, former
pi ice. s-..
Silk Wiiip 1 1 in i ic ti as, Black, 0o
Im inn lil irr Tor.
All Wool 1 1 .-in ti'ttiis. Flack, 50c,
fi inn i i h i ci . T.V.
All w..nl 1 1, in nt fa-. I'dack, 40c,
tni'inci pi ire. I ill, .
v i large anil
,t a, lo our
'.' '.- M d. l'i: a pe, ci! -al- of a lot
. : i.iiii .iii.i ne .Hum .wa ights iii
!-.". t: cn.
1 : - I I I e i n .
(iii! - I. : I ( 'oine at. once
w ti : - II I . llll s.
. in . ounirv receive
67 POLLOCK ST.