,Ti YEAR. CASH IH ADVASCE.
"LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIMS! ' AT E TH COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S AND TRUTHS."
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
1)IA ' ME XXVI .
WILSON, X. Ci XOY. 12,1890.
yr ; Well to see sio-hts that will please the eye and suit
p.. ,:ket book, we advise you to take a look at the
Siu'llt" of IJarcrairis
;;,. to you at the CASH RACKET STORES.
r-ap sights worth seeing, worth buying. Not confined to
'in.- ol oolIs but all.
Claims 'I hut Ili-mial ism Has Not
fleen Crushed, liut 0ercom?.
Mr. Bryan feeling thkt as the cham
pion oi bi-metalism lie should give
his opinion of the outcome of the
bp th: store, in its whole history, placed before the people of
Pj little city such a variety of goods at prices quite so
Mies and Gents Farnisbings, Laces, Corsets,
Xotions, Stationery, Hardware and
Tinware, Soaps, Brushes of all Kind.
the following addres to the friends
of bi-metalism : j
To the Bimeta'Iists of the Country :
Conscious that millions of loyal
hearts are saddened) by temporary
defeat, I beg to offer la word of hope
and encouragement. No cause ever
had supporters morejbrave, earnest
and devoted th in these who have es
pouse the cause ol bimetallism.
They have fjughtjrom coviction,
to a minmum.
XO GRIKF EOR DEFEAT.
We can knock competition clear out of sight. (Excuse the
slang.) Come, see for yourself.
i J. M. LEATH, Manager
The Cash Racket Store
Corner nash and Tarboro Sts.
Bdooner Run Down and Sunk bj
a Steamer at St, John's,
THIRTEEN LIVES ARE SACRIFICED
The Wrecking of tlie Scliiioncr Wankcslia, ,
on Lake .'Michigan, Kesults in the Drown- 1
i'lfi of Six Men One of the Crew Washed
Ashore t ncoiisciou.
T. John s. X. F., Nov. 7. An awful ;
inariiie tragedy occurred here last night, j
'Ihe schooner Maggie, Captain William '
Bi,ii,i,,;i- while filtering this harbor with ,
twenty-three persons' aboard, was struck
! .v 'lie steamer Tiber, Captain John 1) !
'Iiich was steaming outward at full j
1 lie schooner sank from theforco
'"ilision, carrying down with it
H ic.-x.n-;. Four of those were
the wife of the captain and
" in- sister. A youiife- marriea
!i.-.iii ;! Power and a brother and
' ' ' i ! : 1 1 L Ib.ll iway are nmonir those
' 1 :''"v iMir.-bered nine ami the. pas
; - :': r.-t.-et!, the- latter l.oiiiir all very
'' i:-mi- pic. residing on Iina
P:y. l irr j.cojih? were comi ng to
:'.':P t.. pr,x-!ire their supplies lor
''i t Ih'miiv navigation closed. 'Iho
' had aboard l.ouo ouintals of rock
' this season's Labrador catch,
y.i'il ! -dunging to the captain, who
v's.-l and carpi, valued at 7,0'a
'' was much more money aboard
!- the remainder of the men, some
j'P.'u over sl,(MHi oai h. Everything was
";T "vni the clothing.
t ''"-'Who escaped being sucked down
' v !!: ' vortex created bv the sinking ves
' '''!'! a!l.,.tt by the aid of planks from
-hootiers deek and were nicked up
:!:" -tenners boat and brought back
1 ! r by the pilot boat which had the
in low. The Tiber then continued
sbtun oi t no j tiers, ami- tnen anchor was
dropped. She was riding three-quarters of
n mile from sh jio at dark. The engineer
and lireman of the city pumping station
watched the lights until S o'clock Kattir
dav night, when they disappeared. Shortly
afterwards wreckage began coming in,
and not hing can lie seen of the lost boat
above the water where she was anchored.
All night long the wreckage continued
to come up on the beach, and live bodies
have been recovered. The names of the
dead cannot be learned, as nothing about
the clothing will identify them. The sur
viving sailor was washed ashore uncon
scious, and nothing can be learned from
him. The Waukesha is one of the old
fleet of '"canalers," and true to all tradi
tion, she has taken almost her entire crew
down with her in her last disaster.
have fought with .all the zeal
rmviction inspires. Events
will prove whether tlcy are riht or
wroni;. Having don th:ir duty as
they saw it, they havl nothing to re
gret. ELM KTAI. LISTS XOtIcOXQUERED.
The Republican candidate has
been heralded as the advance agent of
prosperity. If his policies bring real
prosperity to the Apencan people,
those who have opposed him will
share in that prosperity. If, on the
other handhis polices prove an in
jury to the people generally, those of
his supporters who d not belong to
tne office-holder classjor to the privil
eged classes will suffer in common
with those who opposed it.
The friends of bimetallism have not
been vanquished ; they have simply
been overcome. They believe that
the gold standard is a conspiracy of
the money-changers against the wel
fare of the humac race and until con
vinced of their error will cotinue the
warfare against it.
The contest has been waged this
year under great embarrassments and
against great odds. For the first
time during this generation public at
tention has been centered upon the
money question as the paramount is
sue, and this has been done in spite
of all attempts upon the part ol our
opponents to prevent it.
The Republican Convention held
out the delusive hope of international
bimetallism, while Republican leaders
labored secretly lor gold monometal
lism. Gold standard Democrats
have publicly advocated the election
ol the Inianapolis ticket while they
labored secretly for the election of the
ALMOST A TRIUMPH.
shielded them from dire disaster and
j pointed out to them the way ot peace
I hereb express my personal and happiness. Nor should they
gratitude to the individual members j ever refuse to acknowledge with con
as well as to the executive officers ol j trite hearts their proneness to turn
National Committee of the Demo- away from God's teachings to follow
cratic, Populist and silver parties lor J with signal prida their own teachings,
their efficient, untiring and unselfish j 'To the end that 'these thoughts
labors. They have la'u the founda- ! may be quickened it is fitting thaon
tiqnTor future success and will be re- a day especially appointed we should
membered as poineers when a victory ! join together in approaching the
is at list secure. Throne ol Grace with nraise and sup-
Xo personal or political friend :vcd 1 plication,
grieve because of my defeat. My j "Therefore, I, G rover Cleveland,
ambition has been to secure immedi- j President of the United States, do
ate legislation rather than to enioy j hereby designate and set apart Thurs
the honors of office. Therefore de-! day, of the present month oi Xovem
leat brings to me no feeling ofper-'ber, to be kept and observed as a
sonal losss. Speaking for the wife ! day ci thanksgiving and prayer
who has shared my labors, as well as j throughout the land:
lor myself, I desire to say that we
have been amply repaid for all that
we have done.
In the love of millions of our fellow
citizens, so kindly expressed in know
ledge gained by personal contact
with the people, and in broadened
sympathies, we find lull compensa
tion for . whatever efforts we have put
forth. Our hearts have been touched
by the devotion of fiiends and our
lives shall prove our appreciation
which we prize as the richest reward
which this campaign has brought.
In the face of an enemy rejoicing
in its victory let the roll be called for
the engagement, and urge all friends
of bimetalism to renew their allegi
ance to the cause. If we are right,
as I believe we are, we shall tri
umph. Until convinced of his error,
let each advocate of bimetallism keep
up the work. Let all silver clubs
retain their organization, hold regu-
"On that day let all our people
forego their usual work and occupa
tion and assemble in their accustomed
places of worship; let them with one
accord render thanks to the Ruler of
the Universe for our preservation as
a nation and our deliverence from
every threatened danger ; for the
peace that has dwealt within our
boundaries; lor our defense against
diseases and pestilence during the
year that has passed; for plenteous
rewards that have followed the la
bors of our husbandmen, and for all
the other favors that have been
"And let us, through the medita
tion of Him who has tought us how
to pray, implore forgiveness of our
sins and a continuation of heavenly
"Let us not forget on this day of
thanksgiving the poor and needy ;
aud by deeds of charity let our of-
lar meetings and circulate literature j ferings of praise be made more ac
STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
Closing Ouotations of tlw New York and
I'll ilaltl hi:i changes.
NKwYoiiK, Nov. ;. The stock market to
dav, wiiiie less sm-at ional than in the fore
i')ii boom on Wednesday, displayed great
strength, and the volume of bv.shvss, which
was 1 cttcr distribuh d. did n t fall far short of
that day's record. Closing bias:
Pr.ltimore Ohio. He.. Lehigh Valley
Che.-n. ,Nj Ohio
1 . 1 . vVr Hudson. . .
p.. L. A; W
I,al Erie -W. ..
Ali a-'t j.Tdd.
XevV .T. i sev v'en .
X. V. (Vntral. . ..
i-Vna-y Ivahia. . . .
W. Y. A: Pa. . .
TIIKROIES TO BE TESTED.
Our opponents have succeeded in
their campaign and must now put
their theories to the test. Instead of
talking mysteriously about "sound
money" and an "honest dollar" they
must elaborate and defend a financial
system. Every step taken by them
should be publicly considered by the
Our cause has prospered most
where the money question has been
longest discussed among the people
During the next four years it will
be studied all over this nation even
more than it has been studied in the
The year iooo is not far away. Be
fore that year arrives international bi-
The trusts and corporations have - metallism will cease to decive ; be-
tried to excite a fear of lawlessness
while they have been defying the law,
fori that year arrives those who have
called themselves crold standard
ceptable in the sight ol the Lord.
"Witness my hand and the seal of
lhe United States, which I have
caused to be hereto affixed.
"Done at the city of Washington,
D. C , fourth day of November, in
the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-six, and of
the Independence of the United Slates
of America the one hundred and
(Seal; "I"y the President.
"Secretary of State."
and American financiers have boasted i Democrats will become bimetaliists
'l SAH.oits DKOWNliD.
U'ri' i. uHir ,f Si'luuMier on Lake
..... ... -Michigan.
'sKiiiON-, Mich., Nov. U The schoon
Pr v'' iukcd!a broke up while trying to
!."'l "in the .rale at anchor near here on
;'nlay night, and only one survivor of
!' '' tcw of seven has been rescued. He
;Y'iU too weak to talk. The vessel had
J" -id of salt and apples, which was taken
' n ;r Manistee Saturday morning. At 2
"flock Saturday evening she was sighted
ril"hiu,, with lhy jr;iieundera torn main
Mil. " fc
A " attempt was made to enter Muskegon
'hr, but the schooner drifted n. mUa
I'll I l.A Dr.l.i'il ! A, Nov. Flour steady: win
ter siipe:'.. .';,.70"'J.'.'."): do. i xtras, :.(j.V:.:.u;
Pennsylvania roller, clear, i 4 : do. do.
straight. 4. 1 .!-!. western winter, clear,
.sa.NO'M.10. Wheat strong: Nov. mher, f-tfV'j:
N. Corn firm; November, o'J ili.'.1 .4c. Oats ac
tive; November, MKi''flP4'. Hay steady for
good; choice timothy. .l:i.o-J ! 14 for large hales.
Beef quiet. Pork dull. Lard cay ; western
steam. 4.iW. Butter .steady. Cheese quiet.
Eggs linn ; western fresh, 1 11 g'J "ile.
Live stock Markets.
Nkw York., Nov. t;. Steer active, higher;
rou'-'h stock firm: native steers, :.00 q 4.70 ;
sta- and oxen. ' 4 : bull. " ,'.40: dry cows,
a in'.'):;, ( iive m an : ai.-, .mo. lusseu
c- i.i wi-sivrn calve-. 'i.7-
lamb slow; slice .
Hogs firm at .5:3.'" 4.J7).
Evsr Lihkuty, Pa.. Nov. O.-Cattle steady;
pi-ii're s4.4U4.5o; comn.oU. '' : feed-rs,
"HVMiWo; baits, stag and e..ws. rf.hJa.oO.
Ho- active ; prime medium wi ignts, sj..j '.) ;
lu-s't Yorker, .3.70-' :i.T.; common to fair York
ers ! 00 3.T : heavy hogs So.oO n 3.tw ; roughs,
-'')' a j Sheep steady; prime, ?:5.4"":j.5a;
fair s VJ:i'-i: commons, .Sl.75(t'.25; cull., 7M.Qi
$.T5 :cho:ee lambs, 4.404.00 ; Veal calves, 5.50
i'u 4. fsheep and
o.-i.O'J ; lamb., Zi.-o'jo.
that they were the custodians of na
tional honor while they were secretly
bartering away the nation's financial
Put in soite of the efforts ol the
Admininistr.ition and its supporters .
in spite ol the threats of money-loan -ers
at home and abroad : in spite of
the coercion practised by corpora -
and be with us, or they will become
Republicans and thus open enemies;
before that year arrives trusts will
have convinced still more people that
a trust is a menance to private welfare
and to public safety ; before that year
arrives the evils of a okl standard
will be even more evident than they
Ngr Magistrates Calore.
A special in to-day's paper from
Tarboro pjves the information that
not a single white man was elected
magistrate in Edgecombe county on
Tuesday. The additional informa
tion is conveyed that by the next
election, when the terms of the ap
pointed magistrates expire, Edge
combe will not have a single white
e wiii cure
The people are very soon getting
an object lesson of the result of
Tuesday's election. All the white
j per. pie v. ho voted with the Eusionists
are now, and the people then be need to repent of their action is the
tions and employers; in suite of , ready to demand an American finan-f big dose of negro that they are sche-
trusts and syndicates ; m suite ot an cial policy for the American people, duled to ;et. JTothin els
enormous Republican campaign fund, ! and will join with us in the immedi
and in spite of the influence oi a hos- j ate restoration of the free and unlim
tile daily press bimetallism has almost ! ited coinage of gold and silver at the
triumphed in its first great fight, j present legal ratio of 1 6 to i without
The loss of a few States, and that too i waiting for the aid and consent of any
by a very small plurality, has defeat- j other nation.
ed bimetallism for the present, but, VY. J. Bryan.
bimetallism emerges lrom the contest
stronger than it was four months
them. News and Observer.
T II A N KS IVI y(l I I : I J C LA M A HON.
I Something to Know.
i It may be worth something to
1 know that the very best medicine for
; restoring the tired out nervous sys-
tern to a healthy vigor is Electric Bit-
ters. This 'rr.edicice is purely vege
! table, acts by giving tone to the nerve
j c --.it. ...s the stomach, gently .--timu-j
iat. the.-L1 . er and Kidneys, and aids
j these org ins in th. owing off impuri
! ties of the blood. Electric Hitters
The fac- 7
aS : Trs s;tle?it Cleveland sN.A.Mi f ' '.ots 1 y
I desire to command the work of v. u'Gtii. and Asks ai; i'-.-pie i, .i.ii).
three National Committees which j Washington, Now 4. The Presi
have joined in the management of j dent to-day issued the tol'owing :
this campaign. Co-operation between j 'Thanksgiving Proclamation. By improvers the appetite, aids, digestien
the members of distinct political or- the President of the United States : and is pronounced by those who have
ganizations is always duficult, bdt ;t ; ' iLc .u.c ui uic Lintcd Siatto 1 tried a as the very best blood purifier
has been less so this year than usual, j should never be unmindful of the j and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for
Interest is in a common cause of gratitude they owe to the God of na- 5oc. or Si. 09 per bottle at Margrave's
great importance has reduced friction tions for His watchlul care which has Drug Store.