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UT1UECAICA8I ia'Hl.IMJ IU t---MAItlO
UXt, AIKH. - Maaaglo Editor.
H. C. Ill VMi. - llt.Ur.aaa Mgr.
T K I! Y. K MONTHH
KnUriotkei'ort Office it Baleirfb, N ;.
m fiecoud CIam Metier.
Incomplete Keturcs Received So
Far Indicate a Landslide to
the Republican Candidate.
DEMOCRATS STILL HOPEFUL.
. I . . . T i. l Grata n
brinir out a ljure Tote. lie turn ctaie cast nave electee, iu conctae we . j VlHTs 7l-ZtVZZZZ
in ,nn nrftmntlT ieiq i u urci.uusiccx.uwu v uw.wuiw w t
Ttrvan 7 5C9 Palmer J5 1 . J4TCno tuw iu hue ouiw wm mj" 1 ww-w - -
Kepublican plurality 30S0S; majority 3XJO to 4J00G. He claim, only tbe Coo- to match the mum. to guard fint
SS ffi Gasmen from the First and Second the possibility of mistake intentional
u'w T!f 'Jooiii ri.,.i..rfiu 3.tri.t. I or unintentional.
PUV" 2J noon.tte follow ng State am con- '. more for the pre-i, declined
w. x Be FrmBO ceded to McKinley, in addition to toe I i .,,,. that he could rite no
?Pto"J.? 5.2J1 I ?oI dispone. : California,
in me weuiwr.ni ,w I Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Mamp- I 'i. or outline his intentions until the
percent. McKinley' plurality in the 1 6 Bryan the following: Colorado,
Mlehiran haT voted for Mr. Bryan, I
and II either baa be to elected.
(Signal.) -Jaa.K. Joama."
State will be 40.000. The previous mgn MiMOurf Montana. Nevada. Utah
watermark m Dluraliucsior rresiaen. w...v vffwnrnina.
- ,mr. - 1 I WW IM7U lUBk WVAAa. W WSA ,
'I II will be the lat iurrjb-r of Tiirj
:ICAIAN t. 11. Oft? whir.ubvri-
bed nndr our ten wtl campaign
offer. We would b p!eaed to have
all rrifW their uhcriptioii and
font ince rfteivirig 'In Caica
hia.n. Corgre" wili coi.ver.e in
Dert-mber ar.d lb- Mat Legihla
tore in January and our yt(,pe
will wnt to post fd on tle
d'jirr oflhe'r r jirpsf-ntati t8 in
N'Htiona! 'orn:rs nrid tli
'ntf I.jii-laturi'. Tnr. Catcahi an
will kv f'iH rt-portao. botli. K-
new tt one and !u,"t miM 8 f-in-
A .K 1MI lil.tOIS!'.
No inatt r wbht wx in Mtr f-r VVil
liam Jftmirjn l'.rjr.M in
l.arg Kiublien FlorallUc la AH tn
Kitcri4tt Iiiocrtlc Ixmism Sooth
mtU YVl In Doubtful Btt Iiitilcti
Jlcutd From Hfaow Kcpubllrmu Oalna I
North Carolloa Co;for I!rjn.
'I lie returns uptotbe btur of going
to rrc-e are hIjII incomplete tus
tr:ougb ar in to indicate that 31c-
McKinlej'a election is beyond doubt.
wa .-iOwVl. riren to Grant, in 1872. The
State will hate a solid Kepublican del
egation in Congress.
Philadelphia, Nov. 3. Keturcs from
Pennsylvania's counties are coming in
verr alowlv. but tue neures receiveu
indicate a plurality in tne Mate ior i California
McKinley of nearly 300,000. The 2x Colorado ....
Congressional districts heard from onnecucui .
show the election of 20 Republicans Egf"""
and 1 Democrat. With the two Con- 1
In doubt : Tennessee.
anoke cheerf uUt to all. but it became ev
ident towards the latter part of the day,
thai be was growing leas and less hope
ful. Be was especially graunea s uw
result in XebtasKa. uurtng ine aner
The electoral Tota of the serenl States I noon Mr. Bryan attended the funeral
of an old lriend,ana ne speni tne even
ing with his callers.
will be cast as indicated below:
West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland gressmen-at-large this gives theKe-hdabo
mnsidered doubtful publicans TI congressmen ceriaiu, Illinois
wiin cDances oi me most, oi iue re
States can now be added to the Mc
Little Hock. Ark., Xov. 3. Five
counties complete give JJryan a plu
rality of 4,300. JCcturris iroui over ine
tate indicate fusion ticket carried by
Wilioirigton, Del., Xov. 3. Keturns
frcm this city and all over tne btate
are very slow. Those received from a
few precincts in this city show slight
Kepublican losses in the l'resjueniiai
vote, compared with the vote for Gov
ernor in l.yji, when Marvil (Hep.) had
l.ooo majority. It M believed, how
maining eight districts. The Kepub
lican city committee has conceded
Crow's election for Bherilf.
Boise Citr. Idaho. Nov. 3. Returns
come in very slowly and there will be Massachusetts
no ucurea nhtainah let until io-morrow. "e"-
The btate is conceded to Bryan by
15,000 to 20,000 majority. Borah, sil
ver Kepublican, it is claimed, is ahead
for Congress. No reliable estimate
can be made yet.
Ilartford, Conn., Nov. 3. McKinley
has swept the .State by about 00,000
Dlurality in a total vote of 130,000.
LorinACook, of Winstead, RepubH
North Carolina. . .
I ..-. a 1 Jill i mm J V UUD wa. MT
1 liar r i.j I'artii rt iya ria j 1 1 nn 1 - . 1 v
T.ssM..nd.,..,gl.f hehad writti-n arefecs 'bf least Kepubli- ftSSl
,hnan.pintl.ebistoryifMir ruunlry lfm IIiajority. Tunnell (Dein.) will Liin J III lhSll Rhode'lsland!...
as one of the moat rrn.arkablu tner. of probably be elected Governor and ". South Carolina. .
hisdyamlg..1eratio,.-asoneof the Handy, free silver Congressman, is Teffi enneSS?::
greatest potentialities in Armr.can
politioi. lie deii.orstrated that t.i
iMiwrrn of i-hYMcl eodurar.ce which
provi d simply Hiarveloti- are only ex
relied by Ms mental ar.Mvity and ahil
ity to grafp and assimilate r.ew idea?,
and that hi geniui for finding and
piercing undtr any and all rircinn
stances thf weak points in th armor
of hi eren.it'i, in only i uaUed by his
irrenisfibln 'personal magnetism and
bin burning t-loqiier.ce. No man in
any campaign ever traveled a many
miles, made a many fpeechec, slept a
little, drpw a large audience to hear
him speak, an! wa- nibjected to so
manv cxritinr sceiuM and incidents
calculated to bring v.'rar and tear upon
mind and body.
Yet he camn (fit of tho ordea! com
paratively fmh, phj nically, hiiirering
indeed, no inconvenk'nee except
hoarseia-Ks, and wit hi.- mental fui'ul
ties as acute, ns uu-rt, antl as vigorous
as the day ho electrified the Chicago
convention. What is nion-, came
out of the ordeal compelling the ad
miration of Hi bitterest political op
ponents, having vindicated in the eje3
of all jtiht men his sincerity nd con
siifntioiisnexj, and without charge
against hia personal character. Truly,
William Jennings I'.ryan 1.3 a public
man of whom the ration I as rr;i.ou to
be proud, and we venture nothing in
predicting thnt the tune will come
when all political parties will make
alo probably elected
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 3. 70 pre
cincts give Bryan 4,7'2; McKinley,
1 171. Net Democratic loss, as com
pared with State election 410.
Jacksonville, ria., ov. .i. Davis
and bparkmau. Democrats for Con
gress, are elected.
Jacksonville, 1-la., Xov. 3. l wenty-
ty tix precincts out of 032, in Florida,
give Hryan and bewail 1,2G2; Bryan
and WatHon, 77: McKinley, 5.0; Pal
mer. 107. This indicates for Bryan
Means, 37 Democrats, a majority of 192 Texas.,
on ioint ballot. Al 1 :30 a.m. reiurun uian
rrom 157 out 01 me io iowus m mis
btate give the following: McKinley
82,710; Bryan 45,594; Palmer 4,327.
Columbus, O.The returns so far re-
ceived indicate that the Republican
plurality in Ohio will be slightly in
excess of that given for Bushnell
for Governor last year, 'inat
was 91,000. Watson, Republican, has
been elected to Coneress irom tnis
Washington . . .
Totals 447 175 272
Still in doubt, though placed in McKin
KEEP CUUHIN6 BRYAN.
Jobm Mays He's BecUd-Tbe Ckataaaa
GItm Oat Am Explicit BtaUaseaU
Chicago. IIL. Not. 4. Senator Jones
issued the following statement to
"I have counted from the "rng
as the States upon which we rctteu tur
Mr. Bryan's election, the Southern
States, with 1.VJ votes, and the State
west of the Missouri, witn bi voles,
making a total of 217. I have hoped
that we would carry Indiana. Micbi
gan and Minnesota. I believe that we
hare carried all of the Southern States
except Maryland, and that we have
carried all of the Western States here
tofore counted on, which leaves us, not
counting Delaware, which I think we
bave carried, ana wnicn 1 nave noc
heretofore calculated on. 308. totes
One vote we certainly hav e in Del
ware, and probably tnree. But count
ing only one vote, which we have be
yond doubt, it leaves necessary to a
ohoice fourteen votes. Ether Michi
gan or Indiana would give us those
fourteen votes. Tne reporcs reoeiveu
by us from both those States make en
couragement and lead us to believe
that while both States are close, that
we have the. better chance to win each
and that we may probably carry both.
"There can be scarcely a doubt of
our getting Indiana. Under these cir
cumstances, it seems to me, hat we are
entirely justified in cuiunug the elec
tion of Mr. Brya", which I do, and be
lieve that the tcrni-er 01 tne people is
such that they will not allow their
choice to be deftaud by tricks and
frauds. The statements made in city
papers today that I have given up the
A . A. - Z A. A I WJ T -M
The V. 8. Con-reaa,
j , . .... . ... 1 nrwirnflrflnninr inpmHsirrpiKNH uiinnrr.PHr.nni hii mi i r.pn nr. i.rvnii i h f i
1 ..i..i:i,.f niKKii. i.r. 1 iiiitrit norpATin? 1, ontz. iree silver- 1 --.-. , .
1upn,Cu1Mu,1i1J m 7ZV' ' n TTi7Q Metric it ;a the reports regarding the Legislature feated is a deliberate purpose on the
Mail'. 1UT' . . . . . I." r-hnson in th various States that elect narf. of th r.aneiM. an well m tho Ro.
A report cornea frt m New Berne,
whic h Kives the information that a
meeting of the stockholders of the
Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad
lias oeen caueu iur ne-vi jioiiuav mi
the purpose of leasing that road to a
syndicate already formed. The State
owns a controlling interest in this
property, and it is due the people that
this step he not hastily taken, but with
due consideration, and tnai tne people
should have a voice in this matter. It
neems like another secret deal, and if
consummated will be an outrage. If
it is best to leae the road let It be done
publicly arid widely advertise for biijs
for the lease of said road, and then they
should bit submitted to tho General
Assembly for acceptance or rejection
Democrat.' want tiia earth and every
thing else thrown in. They are never
satistled. A few well meaning l'opu
lists are supporting some Democrats
in the btate, simply for reasons of
their own. But wherever a Populist
refuses to support a Democratic noun
nee, Democratic papers, especially the
News and Observer, bave abused and
villirJed these Populists. Whenever a
Populist endorses a Democratic nonii
nee be is a patriot and man of prin
clple; but if he adheres to his party's
candidate then at once he is denounced
as a traitor and accused of selling out
to Mark llanna. Great is Democratic
While the .News and Observer has
labored with great pains to expose the
trickery (?) of the Republican and
Populist parties in the btate election,
anu most or ine3e are visionary
scuemrs 01 us own diseased imagina
tion, it evidently lost sight of the
many glaring deceitful ell'orts and
frauds the Democratic litelers intend
ed to perpetrate upon the Republican
and Populist voters. And still it harps
31 a j or (.utiirie, in ms it "aJvi.cco"
renders as an excuse for iublbhing
his address in Democratic papers, the
Met xuat me I regressive Farmer and
other papers had got to press for last
week before he gut his address ready.
ll'l. . . 1. ..... . ... ! - i. .
m 11.11, 111 1 ne uiuriuer 01a ne wane lo
W . I J1..a I . aT a
in! vmiurie prepare nis nuaress in
time that it could be published in the
IVoples Party papers of the State be
Chicago. Nov. 3. At G :15 o'clock in
dicationa are McKinley will carry the
city of Chicago between 00,000 and
Chicago, .Nov. J Ihree hundred
and forty precincts give McKinley
151,250; Bryan, 107,221; Palmer, 1,2'J'J;
Chicago, 111., .Nov. 3. One thousand,
eight hundred and eighty precincts
give McKinley 182,510; Bryan, 13332;
Palmer, 1,54; Levering, 1.2.0.
Chicago, Nov. 3. 150 precincts in
Illinois outside of Cook county, give
McKinley 31082; Bryan, 24,258; Pal
mer, 203. bame in 1802 gave liarri
son 25,703; Cleveland, 22,'J'JO.
Chicago, Nov. J. If the present
ratio of Republican gain is maintained
Illinois will give McKinley a plurality
Chicago, Nov. 3. At 8 o'clock Vice
Chairman Payne, of U13 Republican
National committee, made the follow
ing announcement : We have Chica
go by about 50.000. Returns from
Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota,
indicate that those States are safe for
Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 3. Indica
tions here are that Iowa will give Mc
Kiniey a plurality or SO.000 or 100,-
TniiUviile. Nov. 3. Returns from
city and btate coming in slovrly, but
indicate Republican gains, especially
in Louisville, which will give McKin
ley a majority of probably 10,000.
New Orleans, Nov. 3. Indications
point to Bryan carrying the State by
20,000 to 40,000.
Portland, Nov. 3. A general falling:
011 or about 2; per cent, of the total
vote compared with that of the State
election. Probability that the Repub
Iican plurality will be 40.000: State
election it was 48,000.
Baltimore, Nov. 3. Chairman Rusk.
of the Democratic city committee, con-
ceues liaitimore city to McKinley by
15,000. It gavo Cleveland 14,500 in
benator-elect Wellington, Chairman
now thought that there has been but
two free silver Congressmen elected,
in the fourth and in the seventn.
Chairman Kurtz, at 11 p. m., claims
the btate for McKinley, on returns so
far received, by 102,000. Columbus
city, usually Democratic gave 4,000
Des Moines, Iowa., Nov. 3. Iowa re
turns to 9 :30 p. m., are chiefly from ru
ral precincts. They indicate uniform
and great Republican gains. Ihe Re
publicans claim the btate by 100,000
and the Democrats still refuse to make
a statement, declaring that returns are
mil .1.(1. ni n ti (In .1 yi I 1 . 'I1,.. COW
however, that the situation is against
them. Indications show that the Re
publicans elected all eleven Congressmen.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 3. McKin
ley has in all probability carried In
diana by a substantial plurality, al
though the Democrats still cUiiu it.
C. W.Fairbanks says the plurality will
Charleston, S. C, Nov. 3. U is im
possible to-nieht to give tin? correct
total majority cast for thf I:r; a?; elec
tors, as many of the r- ciuct. away
from teleeranh licet The n. .-: con.
servauve estimates, nowever, tlx JJry-
an's majority at 40,000.
The election was a regular iree sil
ver landslide, ine goia j.'emocrsts
had an electoral ticket out, as bad also
the two separate factions of tbe Ke
publican party, but the Bryan electors
Chicago, Nov. 4 The following has
been received at the National Demo
cratic headquarters :
'Louisville, Ky., Nov. 4. Kentucky
surely Democratic; not less than 3,000
and hourly increasing. 'J?he opposi
tion has resorted to every political con
trivance to keep out the returns.
3 "11. 11. Sommkrs,
"Chairman State Committee."
Senators, after March 4th, will proba-1 publican managers, to create false im
bly stand just as it does now on the 1 pressions in the minds of the people
silver question. and to lead them to believe that Mc-
The hfty-hfth Congress will be Re- I Kinley's election is accomplished and
publican by about tne same plurality 1 acquiesced in.
as tbe fifty-fourth Congress. The free "I bave not, for a moment, acquiesced
silver element win possiDiy DetinMr. McKinley's election, and will
strengthened from the West.
how Mckinley heard the news.
Would Not Receive Congratulation Until
Certain of Victory Serenaded by HI
Canton, O., Nov. 3. Major McKin
ley received tbe returns in various
parts of the house. Early in the even
ing he sat in bis study where he heard
the news of his nomination. After
dinner he moved into the dining room
and sat in an arm chair near the head
of the table which had been converted
into a desk for the filing of returns.
Major McKinley beard the news with
his usual calm demeanor. He sat
quietly while the first news of the
great battle came in and smoked his
after-dinner cigar. He became inter
ested as the news became more copious
ann oennite ana Kept up a running
comment on tne subject of tne report.
111s siu 'y was given over to tne news
paper correspondents and the returns
Eau oeen scannea oy tne major, -con
gratulations began early to be shower
ed upon him, but he refused to take
anything for granted and said he
would not assume he was elected until
the actual returns were all in. He de
clined to let telegrams of congratula
tions be sent out by the newspapers,
though he felt absolutely certain of
election, ior tne reason that he did not
want the senders of the congratula
tory messages to feel embarrassed in
case he happened to be defeated.
At midnight as the bells sounded,
not until there is a material change
from existing conditions.
"As I believe, Ludiana and probably
SUTLER DCE5 MT 6IYE OP.
7a Ca try WLInn Vw
H mm Ta.
w a a it t lara. n. t' Not. 4. Chair-1
n.n TtntUr Afthfl Pooulist National!
Committee, is not ready to concede tho
election, but says : "tvery rrprrwBi-
mtlwm from thm baek districts U IB Our
favor. This is especially Uuooibouui
nknf whieh mm have c&moo. anu in
KMitnrkT- which IOOSJ mOTO ISTWiow
h later returns. Oar D aisrxiOM
r in the ronntr-r and WO cannot tell
bow larre our vote win do until 11 is
Secretary Edgerton aid : -wo nave
carried every Southern State, with the
exception of Wert Virginia ana Mary
land and noaaihlv Kentucky: also
every State west of the Missouri river,
with the excADtion of California and
North Dakota, and returns are being
received which indicate thattbev may
be placed In tbe Bryan column. In the
central west reports are oeins; ncciTw
from Indiana and Minnesota, which
mir add them to the Bryan vote, and
give him a majority. We are making
irr.at rains in Congressmen and will
have ISO silver men and to Populists
in tbe House. We concede nothing on
President, but await reliable Informa
tion from tbe districts not jet report
The Peoples Paper.
tlbis la tna complaint of
thousands at this season.
They have no appetite; food
does not relish. They need the toning upol
tho stomach and digestive organs, which
a course of Hood's Ssjssparllla will give
them. It also purifies and enriches tho
blood, cures that distress after eating and
Internal misery only a dyspeptic can
know, creates an appetite, overcomes that
tired feeling and builds up and sustain
the whole physical system. It so prompt
ly and efficiently relieves dypeptic symp
toms and euros nervous headaches, that it
ma to have almost " a magis touch."
Is ths b3t In fact the One Tru Blood Purifier.
&. B8llf MBMeoMIBf .
The leading Reform Paper of North Car
lina, a champion of popular rights an,
P&OSPECTUS FOR 1897.
H corps of able contributors and siKtiJ
Lr correspondents will be employed. c :
Every department will be improved
new ones added. IP IP f
rit are the but arter-dlBner
flOOd S PHIS pill, aid dlgastlon. ao.
The great battle of the people against plutocrat, of the maaaea arnar
at.. 1 a ami a a t a
in ciaaae, i on. is win never ena vin ine propie iriumpu and!!
cause of justice is fully established.
During the year of 1S97, THE CAUCASIAN will Hand iBu
forefront of the battle. In arousing and educating the people, in
vocating the principles of the reform movement, in expoaing tnut
and corruption THE CAUCASIAN will be vigorous. frarWa ait
The principal features for the paper for the coming year mj w
outlined as follows :
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Especial attention will be devoted to political new. All irrpur
ant events in the progress or decline of parties in the United Mah
will be chronicled. Especial attention will be taken to keep the rrti
ers of THE CAUCASIAN fully informed on political ev-Mm
transpire in our own State. We will give when possible tbe new ! Li
the partisan papers suppress.
Prices the Lowest ot Any!
State Legislative Reports.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OK NOUTU CAROLINA will U
in session in January and the people will desire to be informed of it
work of that body. THE CAUCASIAN will present Its reader witt
a full and non-partisan report of its proceedings and will not upir
Awarded Ihe Palm.
The prudentially advised and carefully informed after a painstaking com
parison, concede the fact and enjoy an impelled conviction, guided by an uner
ring judgment after surveying all the dry goods stocks in the oity, that onr
Prices are the lowest, nu&lltv considered of anv and all. however mnch onr
wwurn any Dump tnemseives to tne contrary.
Colossal Cape Sale for Another Week..
OAIK OF THE TOWXQ
Cloak and Cape Department Complete Again.
Fourth stock of cloth and plush canes, plain, braided and letted. V lead
n, -11 ., . - - ' " '
bucm an vu price, BLjric sou quancy.
Underwear Price Attracticss, Ho Competition.
Full Balbriggan Underwear, ribbed, heavy weight, fleece lined, worth 25a,
all of tha mornhinff lnKa nf trt-n-n t.h.i ' . .. ... " " " l?IO
hpadd hv a flriZ n. r names' uomDinea Egyptian Yarn Kibbed Vests, pearl buttons, silk trim
beaded by a tiring squad from one of med, usual price 39c, we sell them at - - - .
rna milirio rrw-n tcx n ma nn1 fnUn,A.1 I
xunuvcu Mjr ?-SW. HTTW T1TSPT IV WTVTTW
o.uuu veninsr citizens witn nruma. mn. m " ""i maivn
tols, descended like ah invading army
on Major McKinley's residence. Sev-
Tonvriiio iTnr vait a nr"c afnn. erai voiieys were urea ana tne noise 1 .. .. . . . . .
Phi::;;' " iVr;VV r. , "I' from the shouting enthusiasts almost r r '8Uie J" wceivea from our rnanufacturers. . Cleanliness next to Godli-
ManTSinnt ie. aVe- mote from drowned .the report of the rifles. S.wSJ v"??"?? !'MoMo rft
At midnight, and not a second be- " un u" aanep uosoms patent stays, reinforced, nilM
re, Major McKinley admitted pub- "sual price 7oc our no competition price - - - - - JUU
licly that he felt assured of his elec
tion. He made no announcement of
the fact that be believed he had been
chosen by the American people to the
highest office withirrtheir gift, but he 10 dozen Gents' Cambric Muslin Night Shirts, embroidered fronts
waw WW M. M
United States Congress.
THE CAUCASIAN has secured the services of one of the fur
most writers, and be will send weeklj letters containing all the inter,
estlng news of tbe Nation's capital. In addition Senator Butler ill
contribute weekly articles besides editorial, thus making irJ
wuarwiDDai report iuii ana intereatin;.
Letters From tho People.
Subscribers will have an opportunity to exchange informiiits
and opinions on all topics of interest through short letters publialrf
under this bead.
World's News in Brief.
Under this head every we. k ee-n give you therream f the
news. We give you each wea'i a Lrief compact and chr
ment of what has occurred In tbe worl J aloce our last issue.
The Alliance Department.
Many counties are remote from relays
anil t.pi0(7rAr.h nnrl rotnrTia o,a alrtnr
of the State Kepublican Committee. At this hour, 3 :45, we believe we have J.u"' ftaiu .J aumiiiea pun
says McKinley's plurality in Maryland advantage of 3,000, corrections and re-
WUl reacn o0,000. vision may cuauge inis sngnuy.
Michigan. &AM. J. KOBEETS,
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 3.-Chairman mairman ep. otate uom.
Ferry, of Kepublican State Central South Dakota Safe.
ywuiuiifciee, K'vea uie 10 lowing : 1,1 o gioux Fal,. -r, Xov. 4. To M. "R
Chicago : "1 am confident
ill carry the State by five
-New Ideas in Collars and Cuffs-
sived from our manafacl
aundried Dress Shirts f
t& AT nslin T.inan ltnanma
25 dozen Genuine Cast Iron Muslin Linen Bosom, all sizes, 1
to 18, usually sold at 50c, our special price ....
This department has been to a great extent lost sight of rttr
through our Alliance brethren than our own, and we trut, that aU
Sab-Alliances will send such news and suggestions regarding Allisc
ProTm fop Alliance meeting as will prove of interertto
all Alliance men. Send us reports from your county and rub-lvdr
for this column.
nrrii'i npr onr nf i Tin; tm-a Mniin n
i r ii T.iZTt, I stone,
t" "jv.kj jjijuu. oamo 11 1 Bryan w
io.7j Ke leuiuurunc majority oi 113. Ui. Q.n,i
This ratio maintained will give Mc-
i.";.. i .i... l ..... . . t . . . . .
iv.uiv iue oiuie ui iuicuiKan by JUu.
oacKson,ov. a. jsiississidp! eives
liryan a majority of 50,000. The vote
for atson will not exceed 10.000. The
seven canamaies ior congress (Dem.)
are elected by majorities ranging from
1,WU lO 0,UOU.
uuiaba,eb., Nov. 3. At 9:30 the
indications are that the State of Ne-
kr.ua nn the Presidential ticket will
be exceedingly close. Seventy-three
iiictiutisuii'siue of m,h. and Lin.
coin give I-lcKinley 10,000; Bryan,
Both candidates are makine hie trains
over the vote of 1804. The sains ahout
(Signed) "J. A. Bowler,
"Chairman Dem. Cen. Com."
-They Are Going Fast.-
103 pairs of Bargain Shoes left, worth $2.00 to $3.50, take your choice at $1 50
done to clear tbemout quick. '
nun is ims r One case of ladies' full seamless, fast black HOSE direct
him when they passed about him.
They offered him congratulations
early in the evening but he gently
put asiue tne pieasans woras ana in
sisted that he could not accept con
gratulations until it was more decisive
Mr. McKinley made no dsclaration of
I QriV CrVWT-. TTa mavalvanM a fs-rrr nrnvila I famm wn m -a A. a
Wheeling, W. Ya., Nov. 4. Incom- TXUYmI j -auuiacturer to consumer, to oe ciosea at only Be a pair.
plete returns show Republican gains The cheering was deafening. The
"V" "u c8 uu.a"Ke ' surrounding country poured its inhab
ii i irin a ii iriiruu in i r ihhi rtnira nrir aiii.. -
i X-jtI J "j 1 itants into Canton and they came by
"'R??ubiLc5 nearby cities. At 1 o'clock
Kicsa ore miuuuuieui v eiecieu DY in-1 U mn. a.tin,.tH a- AAA
J ri " . ViV:; people gathered in the vicinity of Ma
for Governor and the entire Republi- for McKinley's home.
rau Diam iiueii is eiecieu anu botn
Discussions of tho Issues.
Bargain Prices Bring the Business.
SHERWOOD HIGGS t CO.
branches of the Legislature are Kepub
lican. The gold Democrats voted the
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 2. The
vuie cast in ine ntaie, irom tne pres
ent outlook, will be much less than in
HOW BRYAN HEARD THE NEWS
He Read the Telegrams With &ra. Bryan
Looking Over Wig Shoulder Foil Asleep
a Little After Midnight.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 3.-Mr. Bryan
- W. H. & R. S. Tucker &
an address for, anyhow?- offset one anoother, however. In the August this year or November, 1892. received the returns It his resided"
.Farmer. Or why did rot arger towna of the State McKinley The.re ,s no separation of names in this evenine Ha had .i-t Zlu rVZt
leaas liryan, and in the smaller vil
lages, liryan siigntly leads. On the
theory that Bryan will carry the
larmervote tbe present situation is
favorable to him, since no returns of
importance bave yet been received
luusDiuui uiairicts wiiicu nave re
Thf Peoples Tarty came ir.to exist
ence fn North Carolina on the fellow
ing issues: Frte silver, a free ballot, ported do not bear out the idea that
and county government. The tarty the farmers are votine for Brvan. Tn
stand j squarely on lhcs great issues rural precints have! reported showing
to day, and tii-ve wlo vote the ticket about the same ratio which obtains in
straigbfi from President down to con
stable, will vote for jus-t what every
I'opuusi ins auvocait'U siuce the or
gauizition of the party. Mercury.
me smaller towns of the State. This
meaus McKinley will carry Nebraska
ojr u sman vote tuougu tbe silver men
do not concede this. !
Llncon, Nov. 3. The Seventh ward
Deraocrits are long and loud for the of Linpiu complete, gives McKinley
eradication of party prejudice so Ion ooe majority out of a total vote of G81.
a the eradication will give the Demo- 1 wo J1,8 ago it was carried by the
cratio party votes, but when the tables i "P"oucaus oy z
and the voter slide the
tb?y turn the cry to
FIGHT IN W.NSfON.
An Cdltor Strikes an Otllcer VV.tU Ills
WinBton, N. CL, ov. 3. There were
several fights over the electi'vaa here
to-day. The first was between Editqr
J. W.Ellis, of the Union Kepublican,"
and Dopnty Sheriff Frank Martin. The
latter met the former and questioned
him about attacks made iu tne Kepub
lican against the deputy sheriff. The
editor struck the officer with his cane,
knocking him down. When Martin
arose, he knocked Ellis down with his
cane. In the scuffle Martin's pistol
was fired, the ball going through the
lapels of ths editor's coat and vest.
To-night Lawyers E. B. Jwnes and J.
E. Altxandir xot into a dispute over a
Joint in the election law, Jones
nocked Alexander down, ar.d was
beating him when friends separated
The Fifth ward of Lincol
Kiuley 813 and Bryan 614. At Demo
cratic neaaquarters it is claimed to-
night that McKinley will carrv the
city of Lincoln by not more than
1,000, but they say that will be offset
in others parts of the county, and
cnances are that Bryan will carry Pan-
X m -
j-ievv lorn, iov. . ua3ea upon re-
ruo iroui une-iourtn ot tne election
districts above the Harlem, together
Alabama, but everything on a straight
ticket, making the count slow and te
dious. Bryan will have the State, but
by a greatly reduced maj ority. Clark,
sound money candidate for Congress
iu iu seconu aisiritt ana tne Demo-
. a- : j ? j x . a. i ... .
crane canuiuate in me tnira are
making strong runs, with even chances
Atlanta, Ga. There is no doubt cn
the election of each of the eleven Dem
ocratic nominees for Congress in
Georgia. Their majorities ranee from
2,000 to 3,000, the a ggre gate Democratic
majority oi the State being about 30,
C00 for Congressmen andannroxi.
mately the same for Bryan and'Sewall.
Many Populists voted for McKinley
ine jraimer anu isucKner vote was in
significant, participants in the inde-
penaent goia movement generally
Macon, Ga., Nov. 3. Every county
in the sixth consressional diatrinr.
gives a majority for Bartlett (Con
gressman; ana jjryan. uryan's ma
jority in this district is probably 3,500:
oincivo uiajui.ijr yiujjauij 4,UUVI.
Bryan Will Win tn Kansas.
'I orsEA, N ov. 48 :30 n. m. At this
hour the situation in Kansas is about
this evening. He had slept well most
of tha afternoon and felt much re
freshed when the news began coming
in. Two Postal telegraph wires had
been run into Mr. Bryan's residence,
one connecting witn democratic na
tional headquarters in Chicago and
the other for regular bulletins. Both
instruments, an operator at each, were
placed in the library, while in the ad
joining dining room, a Western Union
operator received the bulletins fur
nished by that company. It had been
understood among the friends of the
Democratic canaidate that he was to
be left alone on election night, and
- a a . "
as a consequence noneoi line local sup
porters or neighbors of Mr. Bryan
gathered at the little D. street resi
dence. After supper Mr. Bryan put
on a veivet uouse jacaei ana went up
stairs to the private 'office he had es
tablished since his nomination. Mrs.
Bryan remained witn bim there dur
ing the evening, husband and wife re
ceiving tne bulletins fresh from the
wire and reading and comparing them
togetner. Mr. scnwins, tne candi-
aate's secretary, ana a aozen newspa
per men occupied the library. The
wire connecting with Democratic
headquarters was idle nearly all the
time. A few dispatches for Mr. Bryan
came from. Chairman Jones early in
the evening. Their purport was not 1
123 and 125 Fayetteville Street.
124 and 126 S. Wilmington Street.
with the nearly complete returns fr-nm this : With only one-fifth of the
New York and Kin ers county, whirh cincts in, Bryan electors seem to have made known by Mr. Bryan
New York and Brooklyn, the cared the .State by a slight majority. At 15 minutes
9 - f -1 ' 1 ' Vnii.rn.iAi. . . A I Tt.van 1 ..lm
plurality of McKinley over Bryan in
mBomeuiiiew x ora is estimated at
Richmond, Va., Nov. 3. State Chair
man J. Taylor Ellyson says: Vir
ginia will go for Bryan by half her
usual majority. The reduction i i doe
to the new system of voting.
White River Junction, Vt Nov. 3.
Beautiful weather to-day helped to-
after midnight Mr. I
Four fusion Congressmen. Simnsnt i Bryan fell asleep and it was decided
R. Rugley, W. D. Vincent and Win. not t awaken him till morning. No
Mccormick nave been elected. He.
publicans probably elect three Con
gressmen C. Case Broderick, C. P.
Harris and Chas. Curtis. ' '
They Glre Vp Nebraska,
Likcolst, Neb. Nov. 4. The Repub
lican State Committee tonight at 10
o'clock abandoned all claim to. the
State, except Auditor and Treasurer,
which Judge Post says the Republi
sh tements and private dispatches will
1 A. A 1 1
oe given om uu morning.
A Statement From Mr. Bryan.
Lincoln, Neb Nov. 4. Mr. Bryan to
night gave out the following in reply
to numerous telegrams from all parts
of the country : .
"The Democratic National Commit
tee claims enough States to give a ma
jority in the electoral college; brittbe
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