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Nov. 5, 1896, edition 1 /
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h, N. C, November 5, 1890.
Ail ?iibcr i bT: in arrears will
t,!. ;ijii renew AT O NCI', other-
V,f we will In' Compelled t'. cut
tJi-'ir name from our mailing ,
i;.r. rJea.'e remit at once.
jy&&Ky QCv CVO(
Russell and VVatson Running
Close Returns Favcr the
STATE FUSION TICKET WINS.
is a vigorous feeder and re
sponds well to liberal fertiliza
tion. On corn lands the yield
increases and the soil improves
if properly treated with fer
tilizers containing not under
Atrial of this nlan
little and is sure to lead to
rii!0' P-1 results of lii use by etnl ex.
P-rimen, on tbe brx farm, in tb. Unite? S2e-"s.
- a7 wmcr in America who will writ tut i.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
S3 Nassau Sl, New York.
tuil.rla'A Vote Mgtit-Uois Not
Kvrrnt P""t Vote In the
,(,- In the Utate Legislature the Pop
Ull: ""l 'l"Haim About Keol
D..lfil Henuerats la t1 Minority
Hm Umtrlets Still la Doulit I'opulliiti
flfr kuntr, fowler, Mrow.l, Shufrrd
Ujrlin In lioulit-Woailurtl aod White
Clo" rramaa ana Mnney 11 Safe
The l!epulli:an-I'oiJiili.t fusion
count)' tickets an elected in a major
ity df t lie counties. In the Central
Aiv'inl.'ly the lopulisU anl Republi
c urn have a majority.
M:ij. i ut line will poll a good vote
but it does not ii.dicate, the Populist
Lrentfth owing to hi address publish
cil ii'-i Deiure eiei;iuu. ill is causeu
ninny who would have voted for him
to scratch hb name and they voted for
Watson or Russell.
The count in the State U slow in
routing in but so far as received, the
indications point to Russell's election
over Watson. The State fusion ticket
Selected by from 3.",0CO to 40,000 ma
jurity. Settle, Rep., is defeated for
Congress in the fith district by Kitch
en, lem. Ioiighton, Dem., in Sth dis
trict is running close with Linney,
Ken. Pearson in the 9th is probably
elected over Adams, Pern. In the 2d
district Woodard's chances are even
with White, Rep. In the third, fourth,
sixth and seventh, the Populists elect
t be i r ( 'ongresamen.
The following special telegrams were
sent to State Chairman Ayer by Coun
ty Chairmen and are nearly, if not
Tarboro, Nov. -1. Hon. Hal. W. Ayer,
Chairman 1. 1'. Com.: Edgecombe
jroes county and State for co-operation
ticket. James 15. Lloyd.
Wilkesboro, Nov. 4. Hon. Hal. Ayer,
Chairman 1. I. Com.: Wilkes major
ity Republican and Populist six bun
dred to one thousand.
N. M. Welborne.
Moncure, Nov. 3. S. Otho Wilson,
INl;rt, . ...,ww.it a rnnrpitfl Chat
ham to Strowd Ave hundred his major
ity much larger.
.1. i:. spence.
Asheboro. Nov. -I. Hal. W. Ayer,
Chairman I. P. Com.: County and
State by COO to 700 majority for fusion
Thos. S. Folwell.
Kdenton, Nov. 4. Hal. W. Ayer,
Chairman P. P. Com. : Chowan coun
ty eoes fusion by 400 majority.
W. B. Felder.
Louisburg, Nov. 4.-3. Otho Wilson,
Kaleigh: Franklin gave Strowd 600
in Chatham safe. Russell tnii w..r.n
close. JJrran Rrvn himrtraH ,-.,..;,,
K. It. Lineherry.
Coccord. N. C. Nov. r. vv
Ayer: Populists elect ticket excent
heatl-r and Senator.
John A. Sims.
Kliz&belhtown, N. C,
Nov. 5. Hal.
K. V. Kobeson.
Bryan may crrj tLe cotinty, bat It if
Ooldsboro, Nor. 4. Hon. II. W Ajt,
. l'lrroan : Thw county is o cbj it
vriw take the oilicial count to dcsde.
tr.e metubrr of the lower
ioue and the Dftnocratf ob. M J r
i ;L1"rron' VotK 25: Park. Hem,
!. ell4VO tj0 Tr. .lr r l.t HI th
Democrats the Sheriff by CO, t!(,Ur
ccur.te not invdeup. It UI tb
wf -'e ccuot to -'e.'-j!e.
Tb- cane of Jte lump (rum vur
tl.ket was twj i bjectiurabli u en i.ij
the Kt-i-oblican tart of rL tiV-
I !iey Were kntfeil hf Pnr.-jii.t
tht-re was sonie doce by
en ii rtisniiisn tii:jj cam' very
nar defeating ti e w r.oi? k t in
The Coverr.or aid Natim.a! ticket
were knifed all aroui.d.
j up .j.u rena:-r!as cmnct ! Vrry
h.'-ivm in uuuui,nioi C!ail't in isvor
o' tl e Iemorrafs. lCieU ki a lare
V'i'C. J. II. Cai IWri.L,
(. h'lu'n P. p. Ki. ( on!.
The li nix rat s o-eu w iti fkey it ).
out Hlint. nrnl a!i th ttt-ne) h- co-.i-J
com in i d.
i opui?t and
Ltte LUkKune. tfjrpepaa. heMtairV. coetd
pstSoo. soar sttxsarli. totfirmloa are prwaCy
cored hj Dootfa F"JU. Tbry d? tbir vcrk
easOy and therapy.
Best after dinner 4Dx
Sostita. All drugjl!.
rrepartd by C L Kood & Co. Lcea.Mt
Tbe oa-'y IT3 to Uie w!ti Uoot s Sariipri2a.
(Jreenville, Nov. 4. H. W. Ayer,
Chairman P. 1. Com.: Pitt county
live hundred for State ticket.
J. A. Long, Chm'n P. P. Co.
While no returns have been re
ceived, it is conceded at 7 o'clock to
night that the Itepublicans have car
ried the county for their entire ticket
by majorities ranging from 100 to coo.
Lexington, Nov. The Kep-Pop
fusionists elected the legislative and
entire county ticket of iJavidson from
MX) to fi00. Some J'opulists did not
vote for Governor or for Bryan.
Keidsville, Nov. The election
passed olF quietly here. A large vote
was polled. Keports from the county
are slow coming in but at midnight
returns from eleven precincts in the
county give Settle a majority of 110.
Kitchin will doubtless carrv the coun
ty by a small majority. The Demo
crats hope to save the legislative ticket,
as it is thought to have gone for tbe co
I) KM. POP FUSION VICTORY IN DURHAM.
Durham, Nov. 3. The election was
quiet here4oday. 35oth eides worked
very hard and late in the afternoon,
Doin sides claimed a large majority.
At 10 o'clock the returns indicate that
the Bryan electoral ticket has a ma
jority of about 250. The Democratic
tusion senatorial ticket lias a majority
of about 2."0 and Kitchin, Democratic
candidate for Congress, is elected by
a majority of about 200 over Settle,
Republican. It is thought that the
Democratic fusion county ticket ia
elected by a majority ranging from 150
to 200, with exception of sherilf,
which is very close.
Lumberton, Nov. 55. Lumberton
township, AIcKinley 175, Bryan 23:5.
Watson 1G2, Russell 173, Guthrie 28.
Lockhart 1G, Martin 201. County and
legislative tickets gone fusion and Re
publican by a good majority probably
in the whole county.
DEMOCRATS CARRY PERSON.
Roxboro, Nov. 3. The Republicans
concede the county to Kitchin from
200 to 400. The balance of the Demo
cratic ticket same from 100 to 300.
Marion, Nov. 3. All except one pre
cinct in the county heard from. The
Democrats make gains and carry the
county by a good majority.
HIGH POINT REPUBLICAN.
High Point, Nov. 3 High Point
gives 100 Republican majority on the
average. McKinley's majority is 92,
Settles majority 91.
Sheriff Ilosking leads his
FUSION WINS IN CHATHAM.
Pittsboro, Nov. 3 Partial returns in
Chatham indicate that Bryan has 1,000
majority ; Watson 200 plurality, and
Strowd 500. The fusion county ticket-
Is elected by a good majority.
Ciialrmaa A)ir t'.jn llian b1 Ku-nl. i
Itab'igb, Nov. Z. The Republican
headquarters closed at S o'clock. Derr- j
ocratic headquarters have adviresth&t
Bryan carries Rockingham by .vK.
The chairman of tbe ninth district
telegraphs that Adams is elected t
Congress. The Populist Slate chair
man ays the State Las certainly gone
for Bryan and Rutsell. There is more
guessing at reports than ever before
in this State. It will require to-day's
reports to straighten matters.
Maaly Claims the Slate For P, kt on,
Ralegh, Nov. 3. To fihow thj slow
ness in counting the vote the result in
Raleigh was not kn7n at midnight.
The Democratic State chairman etill
contends that the returns from the
State are better than his estimates and
that Lis pstiraates ei-' t Watson Gov
ernor. The Populist Btnte chairman
says Bryan ii safe fo f2r as North
Carolina is concerned. National Ih-ni-ocratic
Committeeman Josephus Dan
iels says Bryan has carried the State
but that everything else i in duubt,
though it seems 1 he Ji-p-ibli .ans arid
Populist fusion 1ms swept everything
and thai the reports indicate that per
haps two Dc-u('cratic Congressmen
may be elected, though this i doubtful.
50 Democrats and 53 Populist.
It was tatei at Democratic bead-
quirter a t Governor that it waa
not believed it would be over 3XmO
either f as between Bunnell md
Wator.lt wi!l take the oSlcial count to
determine. Republican State Chair
jrcantaysat ll lock, upon tbe latest
j f I-rt...r.l retur:,tbat it will take tbe
ofiicia! count to determine as between
Bryau and McKinley. It ii exceed
GEM. LIE SAYS FAREWELL.
WaktfCuuu'y J-J!-4't Kusiou 'i"i Kt.
tieo Wfjltt KiprHMd', at Hope that lie
Would IWmalD Daring tbe War.
Havana, Xov. 1. Consul General
Lee, accompanied by Vice Consul J.
A. Springer, bade farewell to Ciptaia
(Jeneral Weyler yesterday. The
Captain (Jei;eral waa very cordial,
and ei preyed a deeire that Mr. Lee
remain as Consul General during
the war at least The Captain Gen
eral offered to go aboard the eteam
sliip Vigil jLCr, on which Gen. Lee
In vie of the attacks of the
Madrid pres?, saying that political
prisoners from Cnba who are sent to
ypaiu 3Ld Africa are treattd a3
firot-ciaas wounded, the government
has ordered IheEe prisoners in future
to be sent to their destinaticn3 as
third claa passengers.
Once fgain rumors are being
circnlakd to the effect that Maceo
is anxious to surrender with his
forces The Associated Press cor
respondent does not regard these
rumors as bc-ina: worthy of the
from morning till night the woman who stitt
uses soap for cleaning. The sGold Dust" woman
is through by noon as fresh and bright as her
house is clean.
makes one stroke serve for two in house cleaning-
and the saving of money is equal to the
saving of labor. Sold everywhere. Made only bv
THE N. K. FAIRDANK COMPANY,
Chicago, 8 Loot. Nev York. Ilufton. PhlUVJrhta.
1:LKIN WOOLEN MILLS.
fMIl YCAB TO ... -
The Malta MTg Co., Elkin, N. C.
7'' '-AV .
" T I i t"m i I
Vi( -a? x ,;"rLM
Wake county elects the fi:..-ion ticWrt i blightest Credence.
The following is
by a handsome
high as 1,200.
For the Senate Charifs I'tlt-y, Pop.
For the House Jams Ferreil. Pop;
J. P. II. Adams, Hep ; James II. Young,
For Sheriir Ham T. Jones, Rep.
For Register of Deeds J. J. Rogers,
For Treasurer If. If. Knight, Pop.
For Coroner Dr. R. B. Ellis, Rep.
For Surveyor Pittman Slell, Pop.
For County Commissioners-Josh
B. Hill, Rep; W. II. Chamblee, Pop;
Rufus Barbee, Pop.
Ham Jones has a majority of nearly
800 over Sherilf Page.
Mial was defeated by Rogers for
register by 1,135 votes.
Knight received nearly 1,000 majori
ty for county treasurer over Capt.
Harris, his Democratic opponent.
The Democratic magistrates and the
Democratic candidate for constable in
Raleigh township were elected.
From the oilicial returns Bryan car
ried the county by nearly 500 majority
and Russell by nearly 400. It is be
lieved that this ratio will be pretty
generally maintained throughout tbe
The Fourth district gives Strowd a
majority of probably 4,200. Strowd's
majority over Cooke two years ago
The Spmish governm r.t bai de
cided to sndtaiti the decree of Capt.
Gen. Wjk'r iu the matter cf the
reel dm at ion of ,000ba-es of tobacco
bolcp-'iry to American merchant?.
TO LEAS-: THE A. & N. C. R. R.
Fearsoa Defeats A da mi for Cosgresj.
Asheville, Nov. 4. Later reports
from the counties in the ninth district
indicate that Pearson has defeated
Adams for Congress. The estimated
Democratic majorities in the counties
are not as large at the first figures,
Greut S r-: ri A bout the Iotcnded Leaae
Gorcri'i r nd Directors to Make Im
iiiuli? lc-;;l Coveruor Curr'a I xj.luua-
NewbdM, X. C, Xov. o. "Ihis
advertisement appeared to-daj ic the
A special meeting of the stock
holders of the Atlantic and North
Carolina Railroad Company will be
held at Mcrehead City, on Monday,
9th day of November, 1896.
Stockholders will be passed free
to the meeting oa the mail train on
Satnrdav, the 7th of Novembs
W. fc. CnA.DWiCK, President.
It ha3 leak d out here that this
meeting has been called for the pur
pose of leasing the Atlantic and
North Carolina railroad, and that
the lease is to be made to a syndi
cate already formed, and without
submitting it to the General Assem
bly. Two or three months ago, the
scheme of leasing this road
of the State thought that it waa not
the time to dispose f the matter, as
the question might enter into the
campaign, and he h.3d no desire to
further complicate matters. The
same syndicate that now proposes to
lease the road was a bidder fcr it at
The State owns two -third cf the
ctock iu this road, but Gov. Carr
says that he will make no disposition
of th3 property without first con
sulting the interests of the private
DOES THIS VIEW JUSTPY C0FRCCN?
7Ly La 4
ccttctu I ns
I the rr.on
n ran ft
Preldent Cle-.blaud Sets Apart Thursday.
Xov. 2 h, aod Asks All People to Jolr,
WASiiisaTox, Nov. 4 The Presi
dent Today issued the following:
mauKsgiTing Proclamation. Bv
the President of the United States:
Ihe people of the Uuited States
should never be unmindful of the grat
itude they owe to the (Jod of nations
for His watchful care which has shield
ed them from dire disaster and point
ed out to them tbe way of peace and
happiness. Nor should they ever re
fuse to acknowledge with contrite
hearts their proneness to turn away
from God's teachings to follow with
signal pride their own devices.
To the end that these thoughts may
be quickened it is fitting that on a day
especially appointed we should join
together in approaching the Throne
of Grace with praise and supplication.
"lueretore, 1, urover Cleveland,
President of tbe United States, do
hereby designate and set apart Thurs
day, of tbe present month of Novem
ber, to be kept and observed as a day
of thanksgiving aud prayer through
out he land.
"On that day let all our people forego
their usual work ana occupation and
assemble in their accustomed places of
worship: let them with one accord
render thanks to the Ruler of the Uni
verse for our preservation as a nation
and our deli vereuce from every threat
ened danger; for the peace that has
dwelt within our boundaries; for our
defense against diseases and pestilence
during the year that has passed; fcr
plenteous rewards that have fol
lowed the labors of our husbandmen,
and for all the other favors that nave
"And let us, through the mediation
of Him who has taught us how to pray,
implore forgiveness of our sins and
continuation of heavenly blessings.
"Let us not forget on this day of
thanksgiving the poor and needy ; and
by deeds 01 charity let our offerings 01
From tbe Helena Imlerdent.
Tbe Denver World recently a-k.d
"Why agents ho expre-s an opinio::
favorable to nlver cainape htu!! b
liable to discharge on that account
when it is looked upon a commenda
ble rather than otherwise for lb u:i
cers cf lif.5 inurat!C turn pari ie to
express opinion in opponiriun id fret
coinage?"' A New York in-ursr.e
paper, whf so -J iter -avs that he : the
personal frieTj'l (.f the g-.-ljUig Fr.?
ident of a New Y'.rk life iiiMirn..-.
company, thus replies to the Denver
"The reason why is tint tl.ry l..ie
nobuiiner while reprer.tin ihe in
terests of lif insurance c.mpani t
publish their opii i:ns m.tagt n-sti ; to
those interests. p brlieve tint ati
agenis are inimical to their employ
er who advocate doctrines and can
.a : a 1 a .
uiuaies pledgee 10 repudiation, an-
arcny, anu aisc;rder. we would n
floou think of employinga profen-ional
thief as a bank teller as to employ an
agent whofe senee of common hoi:eMy
is so muni mat be is willing to be
known as a defender of Ois-LorieM
schemes after the cllicers this employ
ers, in fact) of his company l ave ex-
pressed intir disapprobation on moral
Ibis lays down a n?w doctrine of
popular sovereignty aud individual
freedom, a new doctrine as to freedom
of speech. Here we are told bv au
insurance organ that the tmpluye.ii
permitted to have freedom of i-peech
so long as he speaks the feutimeuts of
his employer; while the monopoly
corporations are raying practically
that their employes may eLjoy the
right to vote so long as they vote the
. . . . .
seuiiuieuis 01 tneir employers. v e
find no such doctrine laid down in
the Constitution of the United States,
nor any State. True, in some nf these
States at one time the owners of slaves
had additional votes in proportion to
the number of slaves owned. But
was chattel slavery of black men
abolished only to make elaves of ten
times as many whites? Why give
the employe a vote at all if he may not
vote contrary to the opinions of his
employer? Why not gag him by law
if the employer may gag bun right
fully in fact?
Such patriots and humanitarians as
Collis P. Huntington, M. K. In gal la,
Chauncy Depew, and James J. Hill
cry out that if the government (ihe
whole people) should go into the rail-
1 way business it would introduce a
I new and dangerous element into poli
tics." They ask us to "think of the
tremendous power of an administra
tion controlling the positions of the
Irg-t ito!rti trull ia tb
l tS!n ia tU ho.-tb, and tl.tr J. are tUU.t ,
ey Ante tLeni f. r aawi.lt .
BLANKETS SHOULD NEVER Ot WASHED EXCEPT lit A BLAMRI.T
feS-If -i iate Vatk-tj -.u : vt t ' 1 1 e f. ti e CaVh.ta M f r . ill
i- will nxl like U
i th ta in t Ik riM- c f ir h!t I'm J'Pi
Headquarters fortho Dcst, Only
BREEDERS OF PRIZE XTTN?fER3 4V
TILE FQUAJTVINO YAJZLRTt3i
od Whim nymatb Rocka. Biova mmd UUto Usrtei
Light Bnhtne. ladiav and Pit Ommm, 1acZdkXi
HUvcrUacl Wyndattca, WhJaa Hikiiii, iskli lmcs
rairz won run
jpA6r two ixiuta.
Fcrb tdfEp Fcr Cab tl A3 Tlaci
14 LOU Bwt Vf ImpoftM
Essex arid Red Terwr Phr. beat Strain
t : u apd FiUies, nne as ails. Yn Cat
CacVa. RmiUf BrW
If Tn Oaa a
DURHAM. N C
KeulutLy lUra KI-U
inoii nat i, ho. Nov. 4. A tpe-Hat
to th Commercial Tribune front Win
chs; r, Ky ray a : This afternoon tbe
police tired upon a fxpiad of negroes In
the street in ll i city, and in the, fight
ten men were wounded, of whom three
will die. Th pt.liee nr they were
trying to arrest a negro boy who
snatched papers fr m a new ley.
Fifty shots were fired by both :des. IM
the polire, John and Lull., r Jotes ar d
Will Anderson. were wouitdel
('anion. Nov. r. At . oVI-K-k Major
McKinley rn-eived a ttlegrru of con
gratulation frii?i hi aiH-iat on the
National ticket as 10'. lows:
'Congratolatiorn with all n.y 1 eart
oa th glorious achievement under
your mgniHent leadership. The
manhood ol the itepittdio. I. as asserted
itself and the NatiouV honor and in
tegrity will never again b- a'Ued by
the Jame forces. Mrs. Ilbart jnhn
'(Akiitr A. Hoiti::.
Vitality & Resioret1
For User Ml! Years
MfcS. Wl.SI.OW'n SelI2IIM SVfet'r
has been u-ed by millions d" moihitk
for their cimlkrex whilk tbkthino,
with PRBrr.CT trcca. It aooiiiaatbe
wa3 praise be made more acceptable in the hundreds of thousands of railway em- chili, poftkka tbe ocms, ali avs ail j
Republican tt"f wi " " " " f VJ formed, and it was believed that the siffht of the Lord. picyesr But could an admlnistra
, tlnbat. hrr i """ luajui.wco " n 4i, Tf. 4v. "Witness mv Hand and the seal of lion without the nr.wer t( sinnmsriiv
1 w 11 ..... Mi.n hH hrinn nn VlUtClUUl CLtLL LilC lilCL-uUlD LLHJL UC I . . . -I .. . " . - ,
o-"' - ej . " , ; i j i i j i i t tiic u uiieu oiaiica, wuicxi x nave causeu i uiscuarge employes De more oanger-
ceded by the Democrats. The Repub- cided to make an immediate lease. t0 be hereto afflxe'd. 0U8 tna the wJer no held hfu'
Iicans to-night hgure that tney will n hey were persuaded to postpone, )f "Done at the city of Washington, tington aod Hill? Grover Cleveland,
uac a uiiviiij "i " nrt tr. fltwnr nn tho loaao ami rnth. THH. fnnrth Oav nf nvomhor. in t.nc I Wlt.tl all r.ia dpsnntin t-n.T jnic
pain: ccKf.3 wixn cotic, and n
bebtremedv for markup a.
Twenty-live cents a bottle
fantactaalsre.ia.a tews eeas ae
IsteSlT ana swrR.Mwt.tlr v"4 Vf eve is s Hf
If. state a iCer rs t rtut
.axii omrn traeriKo
DIFAKItH ik.l4 vnwtniM f ftdrt. Un
a a rum i.4mi fur a , . .! tb st .
Wllw. m Nr f t ImsA fc I M MlHM Hf ...
I t--Ut m t tm 6 ft xto mm m mf r inl
. inTmUiri tt w4.m-s s i .1 y 4 u9m
ww4nlsH.trtsiiii ui mi'i t mm
ed..sl cnil.fM ae see lnH. S' i4 w
fiSbrutaea.ai-leua4iUwa ts ars4swsst
I esrr 'see m et4 Saas t Im sb.t M
I SS m frtvmml Milt ri S tn sa-e cam M4 a- aa
e4 a t.to Sa a-rtva ana mm si. . attoa are
Sals BtrVrtly raiSSi atlai I area1 ! f-'. f Iks
lafrtf rrraj vf iwL m a.4 M SaS
UUU1U1UK illlltliCU, illiu H'c I rAini'i. , . . ... ,
to eive Pearson more than 1,000. u.a-
In Jackson county tne vote ior tne uay wneu tut; auove auverusemeni,
Legislature between Walter E. Moore, appeared.
The directors of the road meet in
Democrat, and John Ensley, Republi
can, is a tie.
(ireenville, Nov. L Hal. V. Ayer,
Chairman P. 1. Com.: Skinner's ma
jority CI.", Thompson 57.". Ayer 575.
J. A. Long.
Rockingham, Nov. 1.--H. W. Ayer,
Chairman P. P. Com.: Your majority
in this county is over onx thousand.
J. M. Smith.
Nashville, Nov. 4. Hal. W. Ayer,
Chairman P. P. Com. : Pops get rep
resentative, register of deeds, and two
commissioners in Union.
J. Z. Green.
I.incolnton, Nov. 4. Hal. W. Ayer,
Chairman P. P. Com,: We lected
everything iu this county.
J. O. Mcintosh.
Asheboro, Nov. 4. S. Otho Wilson,
SHiifor.l Re-elected to Cougres?.
Concord, Nov. 4. Everything quiet
nire. ouipieie reaurns lruui tveri t,i il
H 111 11 1
THE DEMOCRATS L03E IN STATES VI LLE.
Statesville, Nov. 3. The four ward3
oflhis city give a Democratic major
ity of G9, a Democratic loss of 104 com
pared with the vote of 1894.
ROWAN FOR BRYAN AND CY WATSON.
Snlialmrv. Vov. .1 Th election Dl'ecinct Show that
passed oil' quietly today. Reports re-
received from the various pre
cinctsuptoO o'clock tonight indicate
Bryan carries the county by i,ouo to
1,200. Watson by a plurality of from
500 to 800, and the entire county
ticket by about 500 majority. County
Chairman Lee S. Overman has wired
State Chairman Manly about these
figures. There will of course be some
changes but it is not thought of an ap
Report from Jerusalem, Davie coun
ty, says that precinct at 5 :30 p. m., was
about 00 majority lor JJemocracy.
Asheville, Nov. 3.The Republicans
i!iih. srrnwd' malnritv not less won to-uay in tne city ana apparently
than eight hundred. in the connty. The majority in Ashe-
Thos. S. Folwell. ville for the ticket is about 150, and it
is figured that the same ticket will
Henderson. Nov. 4. S. Otho Wilsou, carry the county by 150 to 250. In the
Raleigh: Strowd's vote two thousand negro precinct, the second, the Repub- Buncombe, 400 McKinley; Carteret,
and thirty-three; Pou's vote one thou- hican majority was 319. The election 100 Bryan; Chowan, 400 McKinley;
sand and forty-six; Watson a vote one generally was very quiet, and a large Cumberland, a set-oft'; Davidson, 200
thousand and ninety-three; Russell's vote polled. McKinley ; Durham, 425 Bryan ; Edge-
Ofticial returns from the Congress- combe, 800 McKinley ; Forsyth, 1,150
ional district comes in slowly, but McKinley; Halifax, 2,000 McKinley;
Democratic gains are indicated in all Jackson, a set-oft'; Macon, a set-off;
the counties so far heard from. Hay- Madison, 850 McKinley; McDowell,
wood gives Adams a majority of about 300 Bryan; Mecklenburg:, a set-oft";
800 over Richmond Pearson. Adams Xew Hanover, 800 McKinley; Ala
has probably defeated Pearson by a mance. 100 McKinley ; Randolph, 200
small majority. Smathers and Rollins, McKinley ; Richmond, 400 McKinley ;
Newbern on Monday, and determin
ed to call a meeting for the purpose
of making the lease. It will be
observed that it is not stated in this
year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and ninety-six, and of tbe In
dependence of tbe United States of
America the one hundred and twenty
first. (Seal) "By the President.
"Secretary of State."
less power over railway postal clerks
than have these men over their em
ployes. They ask us to think of the
power of making political assessments.
Would it be greater than that now be
ing used by Mark Hanna to "iiold up"
Eastern banks? Would a Mark Hanna
have such power if the government
were in the banking business instead
of the banks being in the government
Agents Wanted. 2s;7
Within the iieit lew week, we ere
desirous of securing a gin.d burner
man in every county in Kapler n North
Carolina to manage and hUervie tbe
sale of tbe
Blood Purifier and nerve tonio.
Squeezed Uy Caal Karoos.
With practically inexhaustible
deposits of coal the people cf tbe
No experience is required. The only I
requirements are live, energetic bni-
tho 7?en;ihHp in- "w"" AUi nuao jjuijjuoc mc mccuag 1 n 13 actual mem inai nas given
"-,-"-r,w',-Ml 11 f lit. 1 t-t s 1 . 1 . ;ia A3 w 1
Populist county ticket has been elect- is canea, ana tne general puDiic nas juooq-s oarsaparma iue nra PJce
aii moiririfitia rnncin'r from Iftil I nnt T-pf. Wn o.l ciH nf fbp nnippl. nf among medicines. It is the One True
to 400, with the exception of treas- e meeting.
rer' L??,. It is understood that some of the
XeT KestierT Populitt.'he vote larger stockholders of the road and A NOVEL CONTRIBUTION. .
on the national and state tick- gome oi tne directors are interested Chicago, Oct 28. A novel con- exorbitant prices for this kind of
Sr!-!,1! the syndicate that proposes 1 to tribution to the national campaign fueL It ia practically without the
843: RusselL 048. Eufora te fusion the road. It is known that fundof the Democratic party was reach of the porr, and the price ex-
candidate, is undoubtedly elected to while it is proposed to consider alone reCeived to-day. acted by the coal tru3t is aa iucrdi- by supervising the rale and delivering
Concress from this district. Jus ma- the Drooositicn OI this syndicate. r- rm Unnt- Kr.c.,1 f tv. fiem nafW hpavw tar nn-.n thu m .n nilot M.rmgs uy ut ager.is wno wora
inritv in this nouctr is 487. I tl.rn tV,Q norflco nrn nTAnlil I . r, TT J , . 1 t . I under their direction?. Afeiits fteed
i ii 1 v- r . a--. ' . . .... .. . . . noi leave meir fi.ii-e tr ?ii-ieci. rj
lease 1 lie ruau. uui, wuu viii iiul uk Tiftnrpra anri whnlpaa'A crrnorn. trol and limit the ontnut. a o-.f.t.ntu- ;.. ..-
MAMV.t.M.WAW " ' ' v 7 n'ri-"- I UII7llltS fU . . i I ......
No one need tMily who do. nit
mean business and ran furr.Uh good
. . a - a a tfl
United States are compelled to pay abIe enJI,loyaient.
Agent? Make $100 per Month
ClialniiHU Holtou Flt;ure8.
Chairman Holton gives out these
county figures : Bertie, 500 McKinley ;
references. Fcr particulars, addres.
vote eighteen hundred and seven;
Uuthrie's vote ten hundred and sixty
four. James A. Moss.
Vayetteville, N. C, Nov. 6. Hal .W.
Ayer : Election went oft quietly. Pop
Kep. majority 350.
A. E. King.
ireenvilh', N.C., Nov. 4. Hal. W
Ajer: Information received by mo
from my district gives the following
results : Pite 015, Pasquotank 700,
Pamlico 500, Beaufort 250, Carteret 25,
Uertrord 700, Perquimans 3.8, Martin
175. It looks on this report that the
majority cannot be less than 4,000.
Concord is completely cut off from
... , . r i , it. 1UC U U It VV 11XJ T All XlUb Uw I nf..Afnvnw atiri n in nools mnnwo
. . . r t v. t- . -f i . 4 7x it ' rt .m r I h niA lanvtl ... ... . ... I i i
communication is concerned, the wes- uiu. x.ur io au gaTe througn tne uounty committee, comoine waa xormeu uunng trie
tern Union refusing to furnish bulle- air of secrecy about the whole busi- direct t Mr. Bryan, a house and early part of this year. L)jub!e
tins, though it iuu con.ractea to uoso. neS3 lnat does not please those who fwn infa -fc T,ino.r,In. Kh. He did hardshio was cata:led .th-rebv.
II 1 I 4T - 1 X r I i I - I . a . a . a - w
nave learnea or it. i esteruay a ujg jn uen 0f a casn contribution to on the one hand, thousacJsof miuc-re
gentleman as.ed another who was tne campaign fund. Mr. Iloyt says: were thrown out of work by the
conversant with the intended lease, 4.t em rir.b in real estate that can- periodical cloiice of mints or the
if it wa3 not true that a lease was uot be aQd poor in cash that is shortening cf hoars of labor, while, Manager, for North Carolina,
to be entered into at the meeting of g0 tard to get. For thig reason I ou the other hard, the reduced tap- ri.lNTON'. N.c
donate that of which I am over Bup- ply f urni3hed the excuse fcr sore iag
plied. 1 have conveyed the property op pneer, out at tne pnser.t t me
to Mr. Bryan's name, thinking that coal ia about $1.00 dtarer thai
under the circumstances he could was last
realize more ca3h for the oartv than reduction
the terms ot the proposed lease of if made to the Committee on woree.
the Atlantic and North Carolina Finance. The abstract herewith themselves uuder present conditions
railroad. lie said he could not shows good title to me. The pro- There is the anti-trust law, of
. Republicans, are probably elected to Rutherford, 30 Bryan ; Surry, 500 Mc- mai-e them tmblic at this time, but pertv will no doubt be worth more course, bat that, to all ioleots and
I TUrt wrra.rt Wnn.n l I.' ; n . t nw r.iui I'fnri . VV ilsnn I . - . . . . . .1 ... . . -
the stockholders next Monday. His
reply was: "ies, but don t say a!
word about it?"
News and Observer.
I asked Gov. Carr ye3ter Jay about
r u v. v
Htrine qua1irS as aytasla tat rs tur t4 tfm
estate of Mary 1'tiry. Arad. late of Wake
county. Ibis is u tiotify aU iraoiis be vim
claims arinst lt eaid erate to Kiwit
them to tbe uodereiirtisxl em or efr the
1 ULr.CU. efe ad rU-sU'e eure
a te market. I'ne. H i si.t
bsioaiL. tixseiDeeui'i writ ur
that he could say this much: That
"Russell the proposition to lease the road was
than it is if Mr. Bryan is elected, purposes, is a dead letter, for
and we are to again have prosperity. Cleveland's attomey-gecer i! have
Concord, Nov. 3. Election returns w5U wiE i can't lignre on it because made by a syndicate of Goldsboro Otherwise, as now, it will remain displayed a decidtd talent for ignor
are cominsr in slowlv and from the in- . nk.;.m.n .nn ma nn T?nasoii I :i.i- i i 1 . i. ir. -i I v ;nn ih& Avi:tina nf nint -
oications the county will go Demo- fifl.ul.eg. thoueh I have asked for them
cratic by a small majority, although tday ' our gain is 18,767 in 23 coun
r-or. Wilmiajrton Martin A MirUi V.
f TVUa.aS.e'S ta-a
Charlotte, Nov. 4. Hon. H. W. Ayer,
Chairman P. P. Com.: Think we
have carried Mecklenburg six hun
dred overcoming fifteen hundred
against us. W. R. Henry.
Lenoir, Nor. 4. Hal.W. Ayer.Chair
tian P. P. Com.: Democrats carry
Caldwell by 250.
R. T. Sherrill.
several on tbe county ticket are doubt
ful. Bryan and Sewalrs majority is
estimated at 1,000. Hileman, fusion
ist, may return to the House. Harrin
ger, Democrat, Is safe for the Senate.
W&tson and Mason have a large vote,
with a majority. Shuford defeatad
Pemberton by 200. The vote was tbe
largest ever polled. The people are
Salisbury. Nov. 4. II. W. Ayer, Rutherfordton. Xw a ..nemncratio
nairman l. l com.: uemocraiic gains an over Rutherford county
majority four hundred. Two years The whole Democratic ticket probably
it was nine nunureu anu eigutjr. carries ine county by at least 30 ma
"ryau s majority twelve hundred. jority for Bryan for President and
Jno. Bearu, cnm'n. Adams lor congress will receive over
200 majority to the county. Martin,
Democratic canuiaate ior sneritr, will
has about seve
John F. Neweom.
Concord, Nov. 4. Hal. W. Ayer
ynairman r. r. com.: Bryan's ma
jonty about four hundred. Fusion
state and county ticket three hundred
Brai ch rhannary. cor. Fyetieru acd
M artin bu. rLon
Forsyth Goes Heavily Republican Iin-
Winton, Nov. 4. Hal. W. Ayer,
yuairman r. r. Uom. : I- usion ticset rpr,Pive over 100 maioritv in the counts
a s a ; 2 I ' T " a
in nunureu majority iu neavy rains cause delay in the receipt
of reports irom aistant precincts
county chairman send roe no Russell capitalists, headed by Mr. A. Weil, unsalable." ing the existence of the statu 'e.'
r - 4V .V T l.nrii ae trer tfiH T nam I . - . .1 a .so -a as I . s .1 .
a prominent business man there and Mr. Bryan, on being notihed oi x nereis ampie pror that roil
ties as above that I have heard from, j crotner ci iir csoi. wen, iormeny tne novel campaign coninuuiiou, wu vc i" jjiuuuij t pne
This is McKinley's gain cn the 1S92 of Wilmington, but now cf New expressed his appreciation of the very much lower- lhau those to
vota. McKinley certainly carries the York. spirit shown by Mr. Hoyt and then I prevailing. It has not ben claimed
State by 25,000 if this ratio keeps up." ur - f th rjolicv of tnrned the deed and abstract of title "that the mine owners wera operating
leasing the railroads owned by the over to Chairman Jones, who will at a loss last year or the year before;
State for the simple reason," he cell it, and put the pioceeds in the in fact, it is well kaowa taat coaI
added, Hbat it takes them out of Democratic campaign fund. The raining is about as profitable a basi-
I 1 a , a 1 .if sl I . il a a i 9 f S f I . a. as A M w. yl n aM a-a MM - .1
winatnn. Vnv. PorsYth aroes Re- noimcs and pui tnem on tne same property is wonn aooac jdics.uuo. m: w tuL iU, uu
publican by an average majority of f ooting as are other business enter- ' nearly every operator haa aaiaa-eu a
over 1.0C0. The Democrats aiso lost a iseg of the gtate. Under this pol- ruimiMiuMd. fortune. It was c-jrporatt greed
"Til.r BUa" """"uJr l" ,k. icv thev will be worth something to "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla that led to the organization of the
lUWllsmp. 0iu&e3i;uuiiV 6u. ' w . i " - Jmnnrn WnnA -nA ramm.l KT Ti, .,..l c;i. I.......
lican by 400; Surry by 300; YaaKin by tne otate. i?rom a ponucai nui- . , WU""UT' ",ilcu f
300: Davie bv 350. It is conceded that Rir.r.a thev W.nme important factors mend IX to ail WM suiter wun mis dividends, and found th3 mean 3 to
Conerressman Linney. Republican, is 1
4-i) &TrcArYn onf rf 4 Visa 4Tr.nT.
1 difficulty. I have had several at- Ine-t them in elisor? ininca- ducir,rl tafSiflsjtArl In Irlnei
nfrqr nv i.inni nr inure. i is -a c- i i no tiihii if 1 riH inu ma m us mucu ... . - - rmw j
creased majority over two years a,?o.
S Cm arl sh.
f stu sjiv rse&iasn
a a. MeeaASm.
wrm fkt a 1 II
4Aa. ttosa4 sMafliaae
Kfaar Llsi ec AS
am, A. a. SSUrt, Baa
ISIS. siliaiMi, as. J
they are transformed into a source eood a3 Hood's Sarsaparilla."-E. L. 03 of thousands cf poor
of revenue to the State. Allen, Ax tell, N. C. families and squeezing ths coal
hm wuiDEaeuBJi a oo
aers. Wasluasrtoe, D. c.
aed net ec twe
L aw. a - -
for tsr aiais prtae
Raleigh. Xov. 4. The State Demo
cratic committee claims at 11 o'clock
Hood's Pills are the best after-
nA1Af A n vliA 1 a 4- Ik a m sm a. I
time. At this time, with imported liO YOU Waist
, Fayetteville, Nov. 3. At 9 o'clock ?.u lavor or accepting
mr m - i riiiM im iinniinYiriiiiifiu 1:1 iiihi huh mial nr . - .
only five precincts 01 Cumberland 7 . V "f.K , r " VI . . :rC tn. It has always been mv policy to lease
county have been heard from. They "MAW mr1 .Un-vSit ronld be
.UlWtiinn 829. Russell 742. Fnr f!nn. 1" .3 cu "cl "al" . , ' "
' r,7r" " c.n v'. a cations ravor tbe election 01 itussen. dene to advant
The proposition that has been
made bv the Goldsboro syndicate is
a f I X1VV1 O aL XXaVeUO BID sVJLI.0 VVBH VaiVafVAa I - , m IV C A V - I
a very favorable one to the State dinner pills, assist digestion, cure "reign cheap labor a. the mines, a Taarhor ?
it. I headache. ' ana more 01 lfieee worjcaoie tnan at n wuwhwi
any period in the country's history, We us place JOu in corre.pondenw
Personal. 1 tne price ox coax 10 ueariy as nign as with men or women or ability ana ex-
jitrp." 1 r bie m care meaicai reierence 1. was ieaiT-urc yearn azr. - ipenente. avmisus.
CLOSING OUT. lOW DOVII.
Ifavioc ALer In.poiitit buaineea
wbicb demanda ail vi o.y attention. I
have Jec'ded to rlH out any fruit tree
department at fat at oeible. AM
In order to do tbit at ooee. I will eell
anytbicg that I Have I a tk ia tbaS
line at a bargain.
Will aell aoole ani teacb treea at
10c each. 14 00 per 100; Ut at loo ratea.
All other atock proportionately low.
SatUfactioD gnaracteed. All wbo with
to aecure firtt-elaat tor at rock ttot-
torn price will do well to eorrepor.d
with me at once.
J. 8. WESTBPOOK,
Old North State Xurem.
Faiaon. Duplin Co, N.C.
.H!n?.W?hatlhV count to deter- Tfc will be remembered that durine book to any .person afflicted with It is nothing short of an Outrage - aTc.t.i c u 9
hV m Tha election ha; mine- Tne populists have e ectea uon- o m.h , . . p nn0H " special, cnronic or aencate aiaease lhe an almcat inhuman -cu uw'
" r " Z. : i " " . m I gressmen in the first, third, lourtn,"- r .7 I peculiar to their sex. Aaaress me ' . Z .
.avue. th , Rnth Hlsteir-ra-t.h4.npm- Ot leaeiDflr tniS Property was afflta- lad-:nr nhYie.ianM and tnnreoni of cruelty uj u.e pwr, utcauae wagta nnvt iwrj-nra.
w Wilson, Nov. 3. Hal. W. Ayer,
Vluurman I'. P. Com.: County and
illative fnsinn tirlrefs aaf a hv trnnd I E. t , , . ui i
0 nas Deen ail mat couiu uejaeaeu. Uni.in th. fifM, -ri,a vnhH,.n. Ul T K .e f
JU1 U V. I w-va.wM s,w uawu. Jt. a-v utout l X4m -a. .UV.U flUV W VJI V W O
Robt.S.Clark. --r-nJ?Zr' it. He
ai nannen 1 iiv s a iih rtsniii 111 ii'M iih 1 11 a. nasi 1 ii 1 sac siaai 1 mi i iiv cm m 1 ,1 iiiikv 1 ... ... . . ... 1
Pittsboro, Nov. 4. Hal. W. Ayer, and Populis'ts have carried Randolph defeats Doughton in the eighth. The nothing would be done at that time, Subscribe for the weekly CAXJCA-
nairman r. p. Com. : Fusion ticket by a maioritv ramrinar from 500 to 700. Legislature will have 70 Republicans, as many ot tne most prominent men 1 rtan $1.00 a year.
Carr and the United States, Dr. Hathaway
said that Co- 22a Broad St, Atlanta, Ua.
are lower now than they were theD, j money
and the means to purchase thel Chas. J. Parker,
winter's supply of fuel far less abnn- naer Teacher Aid Aaaociatlon
uauik. - . 1 iuieiarn. si.u.
Parties I tvior rice to aell will do
well do well to communicate with oar
agent. r direct with ua. Wa ahmll
always pay the tigbett market price
I for nee.
CiROlini RICE UILIS.
GOLDSEOEO. 3f. C,
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