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BALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, MAT 31, 1900.
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1 1H1 IK
Ah, there, Dewey !
Towne, of Minnesota.
Democrats bare tbeir ehoiee of
Bryan and Towne, or four more yean
of McKmleyiim- Es.
It would be interesting to know
how much tome letters published In
Democratic papers cost
It is a faet tbat Democratio lead
ers have resorted to all kinds of
meanness in order to get the cfflees
in this State.
Towne, of Minnesota, the mot
lojuent member of Con greas, next
Vlcn-Presldent of the United 8taU.s.
Kvery body knows, and no one will
deny, that the amendment
. 4V. -l . . I i .,
Tate the educated, neTO above the
unfortunate white man.
If the negroes were Democrats, the
Democrat, would not have submit-
ted the amendment. Their purpose
Hi tnlifnnnliiai k;. -.u
then tod.sfranohise white men would
hare been too plain.
For rereral weeks. Democrats bare
en nt i';shinfc a lonir nothing.
'tfi' "J he negro won't be down-1
." V ,.1 then, let them stand nn if
men, ii mem stana up, ir
vii - to strain a point and pay
tli.ru IvOO 00.
Through its official head, the Dem
iw ratio party has pnt itself on record I
as favoring mixed schools, social
reality and intermarriage between
the whites and blacks, and the ap
pointing of negroes to positions over
white men and women.
Rcv. Dlvon Democratic Candldat-1
I candidate tn AnHltor .,.
le candidate for Auditor, By
"ttiereare no Democrats In the west
opposed to the amendment." mn""" ZnTZXZl
a man tells what he does not know, I
tolls what Is not true. Hence,
conclude that the Doctor has been I
The most Lamb-llke joke of the
reason IS a letter recommending pleasure. This brlnrs the party orjranlM-i-
riAr T t t i . ti I tlon as near the people as it Is poss'ble
fix Governor T. J Jarvla for Presl- for fh. condnct of these offers, who
dent Of the Ptate University. That I
Joke beats the Dewev boom for a
Democratio candidate for Presi
dent, when Dewey himself has not
decided to what party he belongs.
It kinder makes the Democratic
papers mad because the Populist
Chairman chalenged Mr.Holron for
a Joint cnvaps. If the Democrats
conld have It so, they would prefer
no Joint Canvass With any party.
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They Just Whistled at Mr. Hoi ton
to keep up appearances and to make
IC appear tney were not scared.
In writing news and polities for I
publication, be plain and as brief as
yon canto express what is desired
... , . ... , . .
and what yn think- will interest onr
readers. Facts need to be stated,
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not discussed. If anything happens.
send it in at once, jnst state the
racts, tne reader win make theap-hnir
plication Of them.
If th nffrn Annid ha taken ontnf
, , .
politics. Democratic speakers would
be bereft of all their ammunition for
litiVl and l,tm arlreo.ea.
L r ,
no yon snpoose mey warn srcn an
expensive and laborious thinir as tolt
w - - - i
get np anew speech f
Tf von thlnlr
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so, yon have lost all confidence in
Democrats as economists.
M- T. n ri.i4.u .., ... kA
. ' J . A. . . Sf. . U-TVIl, ' 1 ' . I.WW I
ropuiistuairman or tne nirroao
. jit i i ;lwblch the dcleeates tere must deter
, ,r.mtD,Ps.ou. ami p pm i--r iv
ijjuo, nas cme nacr into rne wenic-
cratie party, and is speakinc for the
amendment." News and Observer.
u Mr. Caldwvll is as mean astnei.
IVmMril. aaid bo waa fi.nv va .ra I
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ago. the Populist party has gotten
rid of some pretty bad rubbish.
Times (Hickory) Mercury.
B. R T.sev. Demooratie candidate
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for Treasurer, on his visit home.
.... th. W.at .11 bt Th.ta
- "e. j annrehepslon that his nomination whaf
tme. If they do not treat and dis-c-er mav be the action taken at Rnssa
v. tk. .1,1.. w..- tu.-IC'tv. will reaplt in anv renetU'on of the
go to tne pons as toe election law
provides, and as they are reported
as doing in the town election in Hen-
dersonville, he will find that it will
go against the nnjost amendment.
The Citixen believes if the leeisla
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tnre provides for submission to the
people a constitutional amendment
that will prohibit the Bon or grand
eon of any man not a voter in any
state in the Union on January 1,
1867, from voting, it will find that il
has undertaken to do something that
is nnoonsuiutiooai ana voia Asue
ville Citisan (Dem ) February 1 1899
The latest ie to she effuct.. that
Greensboro recently, was talking
to two Democrats, one Irom the
East and onp from the West. The
westem man said: "The amend
ment will be defeated by 45 000." at
,hfoh Mr mmMAn. a 4. u
wblcU Mr blmmons tnrned to the
Kasiern man ana said: "Now youltions of the mine was pure.
Eastern fellows see what you have
got to do. or word to that effect.
That means they must steal that
much more. Uonelty, where art
PAHIO 111 KEHTUCKY.
Senator Joe Blackburn Startles
GOEBEL LAW A FAILURE.
Bleckberai Sara It Has Hot aeoompllshed
Wba w EipMttd aad he Waate It Re
pealed Ue ulli tor mm Extra KmiUi of
the Latfpletare and Wants the Parts, Ma
ehlaery Mint pi Mod la the latereet af tha
Louisville, Ky., May 24. Senator-elect
Biarkbnrn today canned a panic in the
ranks of the Goebelites by Bending from
Washinsrton s aimed statement to Ken
tucky demanding sn extra session of
the legislature, the repeal of the Qoebel
flection law. and s complete change in
the party mien. In part, he said:
Tbe present election law was passed
prevent Republican f rands through
lint uiruiiiiuu ui iue vuumjr juiikoi luu
other election officers appointed by them:
not wme charge, to enable the Dem
trie meoiation of tne county judges snd
ocrats to steal toe election, it nas faued
I of it a nnrnnao. a a la ahnvn h the vnt
Ion final account at the last election. Is
"J. y a law KInS TffMJffiS
framcr conld not fnlly anticipate all the
scheme" and wiles of the ever-active
BCenc,M oC force nd frnnd? Election
laws are never erfect, and must be con
stantly changed to meet emergencies as
"The convention should, therefore, de
clare for an amendment to the present
election law no a to fire to each of
the two leading political parties major
,tT n'1 minority representation, upon
bofh the 8tftte and TOanty board, f elee-
tion commissioners and an equal division
r eJeotl" omrnn at eacn voting pre-
"ini'i, uni ir"i "inin juifr m im cuoseii
and appointed by the county boards of
election commissioners from a list to be
furnished by esch respective party and
w should be safe-smarded with
fines, penalties and otherwise as to pro
tect both the election officers and the
voter from force, fraud, corruption and
Intimidation by corporations and em
ployers of labor, also the mllitln of the
State, the nloce force of cities and
towns and all other public6 functionaries.
with adeqnate penalities to compel
all persons nnon whom anv duties are en-
Joined relative to the casting, eonntlne
and certifying, of the vote to honestly,
f,5thfll11v, fRiriy and promptly discharge
. a a a . mm a .
Tronic, may be satisfied with the action
vention shonld provide that rules be
anonrea autnominir ana empowering me
membera nt the nartv organization In
each precinct to select their own com-
L,n(, rnan7n 8n(, Temove the same at
"re likewise responsible to the people
Tt prevents all centralization of power
in a srovernlnr committee and aonlies
to onr nsrtv organisation the fundamen
tal nrlnclnlea of our eovernment. a or
ernment of the neonle, the power of the
npnrOp to eofern and control. We mns
build frm the people up If we woalJ
A Hetf iti1 an Klement of trergft.
The National Temocrat
Th pominatlou bv the Peonlo's Party
rhsrles A. Towne t or the Vlee-Pres-
j V fmnmnA mnoh rll9inmn that
baa not been whollv tolerant and faK Tt
w" w:" kn0Trl, ufJFl.t'i?ri
"onrentlon assembled that Mr. Tryan
Itvonld be Its nominee for the Presldnev.
-nd lntereat centered upon the V ice-
residential nomination. Pevond an-
lfnir lnfln,.n n nynocratV atTalr-
"trove to neranade the convention not to
maVe a pomfnaMon for second nlaee. but
tft tnrT, tne wn0 nuestlon over
fhe conference committee, which win
neet with the renreoeptat'es of the
Tvmfwrat!e nsrtv at Knsaa rity. .Tulv 4
nt the rtmwirm sctnated wtW
bv not nnatlfible pride in the stnnd-
of tn pont,nat partv. felt that s
Jnnm'parlop was essential to ma'ntam the
ilTeKT'TV tit TnnT nrirn nun i ixii. r ui m-
oa- thit the first delcrnte arrived at
"T Falls nntll the time that all rte-
Inarted. there was not one word herrt on
I tn ,treet- of the Mttle dtv nnfrlendlv
" Mr. Brrsn. The convention wa-
' T- 1
r.r:'' 'I'J- V;:'V"
v vni, p.mn..,, -orAnld bavelfhat the wiser eonrae would te to make
i'" hit in" t ' " " ' - -
"hoaen. But It Is the duty of all meo
. .. . . , a 1 M I
irno are euneten m me iui""' 01 iru-
oTpasIr'e reform pollMcs this year to ac
vention as taken in rood faith. No onehse as we who fel tt hat the be at -AJn
enn tell bow the Democratic convention . ? Z." to .n.nt .a.fn1 In
cent the action of the RIopt Fars con
tr ct. m ,,i ti,. nnmln.-Pw.
' I lH ' ' " 1 . n III . ' ' ' ' ' v . v .......
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,n(4 rtpmwlw. t. on the other
bnnfl no onP rnn fflirlr and honorable
r?e anv cuestlon a to the entire trood
''H' of the men who have put Mr
Towe in nomination. As for Chnrle
TonP Mmapif. he K as all who
Vrnnw him rCCOtmine. a 1 'emOCrat in
everTTninir pxrpni immr. auiuuk iu-
vonng men m onr parry Tnere are rmn
rvhn eo bevond him 1u devotion to the
Tlemocratlc caue a It is todav donned
Tf his party afllHatlons are other than
Democratic. It Is onlv heeansc It paa
I "eemed wise for him to stand with hl
nd anaoclates. SPrt h'S OCVOtion to tne
Icanae of nroeresslve Democracy Is such
I that po Democrat wp.l have the slightest
nr.har.py and disastrous Tom Watson In
RATSIN GTTDn TTAT AN ANCIENT
When a knleht of old entered a
"nr".." - " ...... TT I
napv or JBles ne remove nia naimer r
Indies that be rnnsidered himself
among friends, ecd-that ther wae.no
need to protect himself. This nraetlee
has survived In the custom of rsls'nr the
l" whn saluting a lady". June L.a dies'
Stma and Tewe a Tr'rcrh
The People's Advocate, of Mendvflle
Pa., complimented the Sioux Fanr con
renlon 1p the following words:
"Patriotism has triumphed car par
tisanship, and the .People's Psrty in
I national contention have risen to . the
heights of the rrandeat loyalty to the re-
nhHe pd n,om1nat-d Bryan and Towne
nv nrc.amanop. jnrvau. . tds cnamnion
of sll the people, spd Town, the ahles
nerenoer or tne principles or nnTeon-
rovemment and the money of the con
atltnt'on he Republican party ever pro
ducel. it is a.tlciret for the - wnoie
I maMa ano .r.rv vatrivf .C .v.rv n.mri
r -. . kuu.v... v. .. j ir'.'.'
.isnonia support it.
I . , ,r7TZ ' " , ,
I T I. ..til 4-nat moat of tn. mln.M f.
the Cumnock mine met death In attempt
,nr T0 "nn rominu m coutsct witp
I 4Va IamI atp fAm flrniftl tha ATVVin Kill
I been eonsnmed bv the eynlosion. It
rbourht probable that had. they remalne lyaiit convention, and It has everv rea,B0P
,n thp,r own rooms several lives wonl-Mt feel that out of that scHon shan rom
have been saved. The air in other por-leven a more Intimate tie than that, which
a---.- . w. . - .
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I FTTP a BAaaoa a aeaaafa adva ta aa aamnsnp
which had lt hnUdfrfr and contents wn-lht? strte emanatlDff trtm enemr ftn
flnme1 hy tlr lat winter, la morfnjr Intonrlntil fn papers which Ma. Vnow to -be
its new nniwinr recently erecreo:, snn
. .. . . . -
new mscmnery is oeing purm si ureens
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$50,000 FIRE IN DANVILLE, VA.
AJaaoat a Saar Barmvd IaUsiag Sww ml
X4rgt TkMv WmfcoMW la te
Firs broke out In DaavHIs ut I a m.
May 22 la the tobacco warehoaaa aad
factory district snd for ever three hears
rarntahed the fire department the most
stubborn fight of late years, being only
gotten nnder control at 6:30 a. m when
two of the largest warehouses , la the
country, both in regard to site and sell
ing record, two factories and a storage
warehouse, filled with bright leaf
tobacco, were destroyed snd upwards of
800.000 pounds of, valuable tobacco,
vslned at shout 1115,000, nd buildings at
$3.1,000, had either passed to smoke or
were mined. Several fanners narrowly
escaped with their Uvea, .lelag their
wagons, loaded with leal tobacco, bat
saving their horses. v , ;
The tosses are ss follows: Acres
Orest Tobscco Wsrehonse. covering an
sere of gronnd: Banner Warehouse, also
a large one: Brown's Pack are Ware-
houae. with about 700,000 pounds, of the
American Tobacco Company's leaf
tobacco fn hogsheads: - Acres Tobacco
Factory, leased by Chalmers Patterson:
Hndnntt's .Factory, and a number of
small brick and wooden structures. The
territory bnrned covered almost an en
tire annare. The largest Individual loser
was F. X. -Burton. Eso- owner of the
Brown's Package .Warehouse and . Ban
ner Warehouse, which were uninsured.
THE PRISONER SNOT AT THE PEN.
O'laraa Receives the Roport Prom the Spe
cial Agent Rent Her to Investigate.
Attorney General Griggs nas received
a report from a special arent who went
to Balelgh, N. C, to investigate charges
tbat the warden of the State prison there
nad snot and killed a Federal prisoner
without cause. The Attorney General
will soon nass upon the report, which
will show. It Is said, that the prisoner
attempted to attack the warden with a
stick. The warden fired on him. wonnd-
ine him in the lee. The wound develoned
blood poisoning and caused death. The
remaining Federal prisoners In the pen
itentiary charge wanton shooting, and
cruel treatment of prisoners In general.
For more than a year no prisoners
have been sent there, and It is now
probable that all those In the prison will
be withdrawn and placed elsewhere.
IThe News and Observer, in rivln
the : above, which ' Is the sum and snb
stands of all that has been published,
heads It with the words, "Continued on
Tenth pace." Whether this was acci
dent, or to dodge, we wiJT not say TEere
were only eight nasres. If Populists had
been in charge the Observer would have
given the report. Ed. I
MR. RICHARDSnrS CONTRACT.
His Connection With TnMeAtlon of
the Sfeaaaaas Bonorhla The Commit
The Senate committee on prlntine Mav
1A made a renort of its investigation of
the compilation and publication of "The
Messages and Papers of the Presidents."
"ider the resolution of April i last.
'Hie committee finds that Representative
Richardson devoted fonr years to eom
niling and Indexlntr the papers. "Tt Is
pot to be douted. It savs. "that his
labors were most assldnons and that thev
consumed during this period a great
amonnt of time."
Tt is also stated that he exnended
.i.CO0 of his own funds In secnrlne as
sistance in the preparation of the Index
The committee reviews the dontfnn of
the plates of the worV of Mr. Rlehsrd-
aon. but savs tbat this was a m!tare
ind places Conrres" in a fale position.
With reference to Mr. Riehardson's con
tract with Tnv.llhir Ttsrens. the com
mittee nronoupcea the eontract Uhftb- raiiure tne cotton msrRCT Peeame pame
tectlopable. but thev clrirlele Barcns' rrlcken and broke 10 to 13 point. The
mUrl aa nneatlonaMe. leadinsr to the extent of the decline from the h!ehet
v .v.wi.. . ' . lArttiA
"-.'TT ' ,"1 Mi:.7,n.. .w ......
with the publication and sale of the
books. Mr. RlcboMson's reef pts have
mnnntiut to $11 RSV
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THE PEOPLE'S PARTY
stands Pide by 1- Wlh Democracy for
TV- nVOr.ttoT, of the PaotIo
'arrv, wnicn was nein at rioTrx ran.
Sonth Dakota, on the Bth of May. was
a raTnerin or men acruaten ny a sin-
cere and earnest purpose. No Itemocrar
could haye heeu there and cryert J I
action or tne convention witnont neme
imnressed bv the fact that men were
fMrnaMtn rnoro ipnn nan Tor rnpir ritictp i
nnrnose tne nesire to anance tne cauae
of Democracy. nil particularly tbe 1n-
-rests of Mr. William J. Brvan. J" the
eve davs that I spent, at Sonx Falls T
heard po word from anv renreeentatlve
of either faction there which did not In
dicate the most sincere desire to hem
Rrvnr-a cause. It l true mat tnere was
. . - .a . .a I
s difference of onlnion as . to the best
method to be rdonted. There were those
nft frtt- T flTT) franV to say I feTt.
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PT I 1 1 5. I III H I I T" VII HVPr in l. IIIIIIICUl C
ommlttee. There were others fust as
ineere and lust as honest In their nur-
'I'hpT nittmareiv Triumnnen. put
. 1 ..! .t
there is no bitterness of feeling, because
we. are not so sure tnat we were rlrht
bat now bavins' been beater We WOUld
wnofip the action ta Ren. Kvery mTi
w-bo wns active In 1800, every man who
alnce tbe defeat of that rear has Ket
"ctlT-elv at work in Mr. Bryan's behalf-
Vnows Charles A. Towne to be one of
our best, truest sun sMest menus, we
can have no sunrehension that out of his
om1natlon shall oroceed any sort of
dantrer to the Democratic party or
"sther. to the three allied parties, each
or whi"U fieserves eonai consinernon
r tnn I if mnrTRTir thiitv snail nominut"
tr- m . v. ill i.. r. .nt
aflmlrahlc. candidate. Tf the Democratic
narfv aball have reasons which may de -
-elon between now and Jnlv 4 to dec'lpe
to nominate blm. no one who knows him
win nnp-eherd tPt he-wm mSRe anv
double for the l"ed parties. :.And
the nomination, of .Towne raav.be. looked
nnon as a thoroughly friendly nomma -
The platform adopted bv the People's
Tartv.roes perftsns a little bit bevtmd
I tv. -i.- hih th. nemooracv 1. artH-
TrrJ7ii nren in uiiiuwinn lire pi"'in
rblcb the Democratic onyapHort shaP
dont. It Is a Ponwllst pTatform .nn -
doWhtedlv. but tt Is not an extremely
radical cue. .
tuT. tne vitbi iran btibht this con-
rentlon, the one for which ft Is well for
all of us to keep In mind when we read
of It, or sne.1t.ot tt. Is that the conyen-
But the vltsl thSnr sbeut this con-
-tands for. Such statesmen r as Gen
Tames TV Weaver. Senatow Pettlj-rew.
littler. Hehlleld and All-n. Jerrv Slmn-
Cclore" Davis. Dr. Howard S
ITsvlor.Tom Patterson and their sort, are
I ... .-5,enHa11v Democrats, and
itt,eT controlled that gatheriur. Tt Is true
. . ... . tl . 1 1 l! l
i -nax tuvt were ni an hdiiph in ineir
I -lews nf. he course to he adopted, but
I't Is eqnaiiv true tnat an are nnited m
I . l 1 . . . . J xl
- 1 interests 0f Mr. Bivan and of the policy
iffr which he stands. .
I ft!.-. Ta.M.mjaa V.m aam.a.aa "mt
lUi....t with th action of th.-Bi.
B ""'I net wa- -.-a-. . - a-... ... I VT a
I bound the fusion forces In 1800. There
I will be stories printed of disser 4
I !....aJllal.1. a . m a , aa I aa ka- . . an
a B . .l.. . r aw S3 Mm lu r
lantaroaistie to our can ms. t av.
... . . . ' ' w "
- inot. iu:tre national i ......rat r
non annweo xne mo. ; nwiv.T mnn aeir-i xne .uemocram to rnn imiuw.B. - ri i I i .1 l i.ailini i Ti1i ii " In TTiW Im rr n
acrifi 1 i , ,L Tm. I ' Instructed 'tor Pry
o!f'aj.-i I Tofk' Cotton (Til com ?).- -i. .Jmousl
-very way. in- mrn wn9 irn n re xne ATassacnuseTTS. ov: i.inrnjsT.u, r WvLu tl.:.! wbohaedoWalnaeTeoa
men who stand conrseeotwiv fo- tbe Hampshire 8: North Caronrazz: : renn- L.y'JT'. TJV i i" pend
that the Tlemocratle martr t...l. at. TTfoh. fl- TPfrrip1a.v 24: 1 the best farming? . . Il 1?" .
BIG COTTOII FAILURE
Price, UcConnfck and Co. Forced
to the Wall
&L0SSE8 IN THE MILLIONS.
Resulta f BeUg Long Otto la ilM
Vaee of a Tailing Mark t A na -meat
the luywiln Crnntes Or
Kxalteaaaas tfce Kzekavag PHeee
e Tnaable, Amgwt Opttens Drap
Nsw York,' May 24. Announcement of
the failure of Price, McCormick it Co.
was made today by the chairman of the
New. York Stock Ejchanga. The firm
Cnnctata rf Tliailiin TT 1p4aa TXT fi li.
Cormtck, B, M. Btuart-Wanley. Walter
w. moe ana ueorge Urocker, the latter
a special partner. MnCrste oMM
wealthy Calif onria tamUy -olFthw
The announcement, of the soaDenaloni
vicnieu grvai exciiemeni on ine C9tionj
exchange and led a zeneraT selHnr.-' nn,i
aer wmcn August dropped front 8-53 to
. rew triesns and . Europe were
conspicuous sellers on the oxMk -,. , , ,
Today developments on the cotton ax.
change marked the culmination cf one of
tne biggest bear movements ever re
corded. Previous to the . ananenaiott. af
Price, McCormick Sc Co. the market had
broken over 20 points under terrific sell
ing1 for both accounts which came from
an directions. ' An smut, the most active
option, br&ke from 8.M -ai 8L8&. -and.' I
arrer naving.rauied to 8JEW, fell to 8.40,
wnen xne rannre was announced. The
T.iTntnnnl mtrVat m j.tvaw1 hut k
- " f " . .IVWf .'II I 1 1 fc.
MtrVinfr "r.H '"Zlt"1 Lna.e Hart Kt Ka. M.rit.flpeTt eleetlon. despite the frantle vanor-
was intensified early in the afternoon-by
rumors of other firms being in financial!
straits, fnce, McCormick &- Co;' flayer1
long been regarded as -the leading snni!
porters of the market, and at. one tiaa
it . was saia mat tney were
Anit :X icT: ? JLa .L
dine of the past vmoclh was
the firm and. defcnfte 1 theh ef-'
, u& vu-w K-wa, vbuvmim . w a
fnrto ha ia . .v- J
Therefore today's developments did not
rr,. Q . . 1 wi .u
hafl anfflMont fnr n t-mAt5iw JtL I
moralize the trade.
. 1 . v. . . V. M11 '. - --
though it is believed the firm materially
reduced its holding durine the last few
icui vi me lauure ;s not Known, i
uaya. iDt nrm is o
prominent in the street
U 1 Ji
.1 . Mm . , . . .
l one of " the- Sost
itrUt wd was said to
rclrtoS In Thl fce of
n -n; i s. TTTi-ii- j I
sTble t'oVt any' dS'fiS
various firms In Wall' street place the
firm's loss at from $1,000,000 to $3,000.-
000. : . .
McCormick & Co. a notice war ' posted
referring all Inquirers to'Willlam J. Cur-1
tis and William N. Cromwell, assignee; t
The alTn, a-T", Republicans for Governor Sunrests
At the office o the asr nees It was an- if1" w .P JneTC! PPraranniating ortor
nonneed that a formal statement of thAltBPKS Sh OP Id be Compelled to respect."
assets and liabilities of the firm prob-J
ably would be made. later in the day. JlaKe tna case .
Mr Prorfcar as .aaaal nartnair ! lil ' A REPUBLICAN.
understood, contributed to the firm $!S00
00J special camtaL., "Ths present firm
was organised January 2. 1807,
stock had been aold and 1 bonght under
the rule of the stoek exchange for ac
count of Price. McCormick & Co. Mr,
McCormick Is a member of the Chicago
famllv of asrrlcnTtrrrel implement fame.
R. M. Stewavt-Wartelev Is a s-u-ln-!aw
of Rear Admiral Schlev. The firm had
a 1irte out-of-town business.
Following the announcement of fh I
nrio. xrli.n tho hnll moiromont enlmlnate
has been 122 po'nts. other rannree
pwe saio: to Pe imnenoms-. wirn tne
name of one promlnenMv mentioned, bnt
ill. t t I .A1.I.I- 1 Jt
t ti iw iinr fMir itt-n timi-iniiT nmi i nn""i-
ed. Tater In the sesalon the market be
came more unlet, but continued to show
a weafc- undertone on the generally tstt
ravoraPie crop accouuTS. i ne marker
at 1t4! p. m. showed .a net los of if"
. aa . I
"7' i' " "
fjfiT.TlTCV PTTT.Ti POTt WOMT2N
fnm ftf th- tmr.ortant onalides
Hons of a woman JourpalM Is a blxh
wn,. of nOTft fo, oonKtantlv meets
Ut. u0-t i h
A. ,., . ai . i .a i
TnaTTers wnicn are in Tuprnwivn mter-
fn,. iTA-Mrtr.. bnt which are
aentlally private, or to use as material
Mfs Af raat'op and repartee' which
I were never Intended for publication The
vonntr Journalist must have as reonlsltes
to success, taste and refinement: she
must be courteous, so that no one win
' I I e i t- s f i I tv-irr r- ' mil r " i
nnrt nor TeneTled bv her lacV of
mavltv: she must be vicarious, thlnlnner
a sreat deal more of what others eare
about than of her personal reference.
I nnrl aha moot ho accurate HTsve'Srcf Tl
Gangster, in tne June liadies ttome ,iour-
I - .1
"Bla Clnb at MM".
A eorresPOT'dpnt of the AaheviHe
Qarette. May 2fi. Pfys: .
"At a meetlnr held h'
"iTiTCnS OI iim'irn mi irin j-it ji'-iim nin
club was ortrani'ed with a roll of 143
I n.n.Vr.a WMoH haa nines hoen increased
u .Vont 9nn
"The members are aP voters D. M.
1 T,nther has been Invited to address the
I r-inh at an earlv date. The sntl-amed-
ment carse Is on a boom In Maiden and
vrr. know the people of Maiden, and
vnow thev are too fair and honest to
.t..i .r tr to tVe bv law the ballot
J from taxpayers bv votlne for snd nass-
tjje amendment and election law,
s-he W-shlftn Pas On Keataeb,
1 The total population of Cnba. on Oc-
toher 1 determined by be eansns
taken as of that date, was 1J572.T97.
1 u-k Tr.rttncW nemocrits- celebrSfed
the Supreme Court decision hy arresting
1 another Goebel suspect.
TTentnolrv win be treated to - several
mmrths of the boy Porernor experlenoa.
..v - .nn7 th. laaTadv .
cnu. .v -u.j '
i conunCT nis rimmriT ctiuu.wh
Tndlana and Ohio banks of the Ohio
tnivr. as -v-nw
l k final accounting wHl show that tne
rtentueky . Democrsts have execnted
fventuCKy. uemocrara nave ""Tr'"."
ratW expensive piece of political lax-
7 . -
I lyniiin. r-r .
I Vebraska. lrU Rhode Tslapd. f cron,
8; District of Columbia, 6. Total, m
The i fisherles.of Norih Carolina. Ju
j number" of persons em
1 f nMnta era mar tl
lOTtni nnu Tiuc
nortant aa those of all
I . .. . .. 1 Jl
, Atlantic BtaTea connnneu
I anna! to them In no.nt
1 to them in i ni or.cepjT-i ii,tv.
. e latter Jrf2ic:.4nR.TPer
1.2.045 persops emPioyea ana
nonpds of nsn caugnt. asama
oyster industry Is steadily increasing.
The : bean
m.trlnr. but If It ever mature tnere
v- , ..... . w.nT.nt-v ann . to anirra.
There Is a larrer acreare around voms-
it. a larver acreare around Golds
' - . . . t.
estimated that l.Opp acres would
cover the crop.-t,oia8Doro Argue.
The SEABOARD is the battJclIld Wrfplaps tba taj own-neol tormi of eight yesrs for "TTr 1
ronteitn the-oefederate Tteunf on ht I pWatelgh Correspondence Charlotte jofflJr110 rhr
v l.ii. v. 9nr.h-Jnna 8ra.
t LETTER rcS3 CSAVEH.
llay 23, IdOO
Editor CaaeesUat -
At the DeiaocrsUe prtmarfas last BaS
ordsy Ue Bryan faction best eat the
aatl-Bryan erswd. lab was a emrsrlM
ilj J1. Jl
mlttee, T. a Watson, baarsl f the reasdt
he exdslmed, with a loud toW: -WaB,
hy G d. if they (meantnr the ' Bryaa
lacuoni pset- sae- ta steat tna elect loo
hf order to. count them la. then they arm
be badly mistaken," or Vorda to that
effect.'- This Is teod eesomtio en the
laruoni expect s t stesf 19 atactlon
Prt of Mrv Wataoa and tt ha keeps his
word there win be no way for say of
the Democrats to sat ta MBca tat eaia
COUnty. It WnaM Ka imndn tA 1
that for once the Democratic party had
a 'head that' would-net stoop to' 4a a
mean thing in order to carry the alee-
tion "by force or frand" W ah all
pect .Mr. WatsoU ta keep bis word: and I
then the "whang-doodle will mourn for I
ks first bom." I
" We.Jiotice that 'the Democrats kaye history of the comity that a colored man
discovered, a , "conflirt" la the amend-1 ba Tr been elected to any eoovea
ajent; A nlty It la that the find had tion by tny party. The Wstsugs Demo
my angle of vialon I; think-the "csa-
fflct" was yost a mistake and should
stand as It now Is: A msjority sf the
quauneo voters," jnstesd of p, majority I DUl .w" nuir"
of. the Votes 'cast. But when thai"'', he Is not of the clasi
i xoe voiea caar. nnt when ttt I
"brain,, meet In June, If the Will alsOi"" tb tcrin editor of the Patriot and
nndo tha many other mean things they I w ot ,tr,P are uowllnr them
haye done, we will all be glad to allow Is! hoarse In trying to force nnon the
mem n man tne cnaaga -nr tne mcchV I " nl1" ai easiern ano central cara-
fiict." for It. will make no diffm.. MlUna. It Is the ignorant. viHoaa nerroee.
to the result, as,from what I can hear,
the hellish amendment will be lost sny
way. ' I am yet hopeful of this conntv.
with some show of success.
DANIELS A P1A8IARIST.
In the Newa and nhaerra tntm.la. I
tfna Af IndM iilim. A .k. I
oV-Ta sSKSlna: , , . . - j . -
"The nomination of Judxe Adams fc. I
. x ia . . a . . I
w tne wnite mew or ;asweura mriRT
picnic party of colored camn meaHna ar
I? .of a .sultry snmtaer dsy, aiid
inaioares mat na la the same nM nae.
ambulating nigger tank who anchorel
himself many times 'along with the'
frowsy coons of Caswell."
The late W. C Brann, wrote an
article In hla namr. th Taaaa4.
. - . - .
tote-W.0.- Brann. wrote an
jy-tlele In .his nsner. the. .Icoooclart. In
May. 3897. entitled, the '."Perfumes of
" Speaking of, the order of the
f tchonll . In thl: article, be need the
fonowiit lanrnam'i . !
Vita, picnic p.rty,T
OPPa ramp meeting at z o'eioeg or a
?nItrT summer morn. Who
has not ptanired down' a handful of
lOB,Jr to And. himself .anchored alongside
Mm . frowsy ... female7,.. The
h, or the American sovereign, has
Comment Is unnecessary. Let the Jury
Keldsville, N- C, May 21
tsafca PHMIfl aCsBfMlMarsm.
of the Pfogredy
Mr. A Tesssr sssnmed control as
spperlndtendent of the State penitentiary
nrll 1. lew. " and remained fn. control
W. AnH 1. 1807. Jnst fortv-ehrht months.
Drrntr this rime be paid Into
the State treasury on earn
lnr scconnf f471.2W.57
reeejven rrom njs preae- '
cessor anoui; O.uuu.UO
Dednetlna leaves net earnlnrs
of Tasar .S40fl.!r;.n7
.veraee eamlnsrs per month. T.tis,.r
Tveorar had aopropat'ons. . . 74,171
Prices In New York: Cotton, 7.72:
, John R
SmTp sncceeded Mr. A.
Tasar" April 107. snd M'. J. M
' T-n rn i jipi u a a a ' ' aa ' i
Mfeawnw .eucceeeo:, . Mr,
Smith .Tannary 1. 1808. and re
tired January I. ' 1800. ' Derlnf tbfa
period of twenty-one months covered, b
Smith snd Mewhoorne tnere wsa paui
Into the State treasury on eseofnea ac
vvinet the camlnn from
' tne earnings rrom
And we have ...
Dav received from Smith and
Mewhoorne a years supply
of corn and forage worth at
least . .. i . . 80,000.00
Dsv has realised , fum sur
plus ea mines left to him
by Smith and Mewhoorne -
more than PO.OOO.OO
XfaVlnc earn Intra of iStftltft "-
snd Mewhoorne exceed. . . .f2,4
Aversr.' esmlnrtper month. 13.Z7fJ.irj
Sm'th and Mewhoorne uad no appro -
Prlc-s o New York'. Ootton, fJ.47:
1 w. 9A TK
Tbe. sum .total. of . .these ; two Hems
Iam whaoa he near rarract at 1120.
0l)A thn "OONia - . - -
Capt. W. - H. Dir. euperlnteplent.
neeceded Smith and' Mewbbtyrre Janu
arv 1. 1800. and rro to. May Tv 1W. he
had tnrned Into the State feeem-p .n
arnlnes" account . . 54,836.09
He .aecormtod to the board of
Total aeeonnted foe S173,708JJ8
Deduct reaped from Smith s
and Mewhoorne s earnings.
Net ; receipts
Now 'If- Da has
earnings wortn .
W1.?T.1D,lB i&iml'1 called bnnp bv tha people tn axpls'
U wiZiIAi- CI. i.i -rrrzr
I DerW sdmTntstratlon na nan
U SSlZ21mZ 11 wtM.ma
0 li" 11- .hiJ. rar
I for tne STfnorip..
. -rArM -t-aiaaa
T carneoner monin......vo.o..
i Smith eaA Wawhoorn 'asiMS-'- '
fer month r1mi
DaesVhM W ttoonth.
fi - " . -.l . . . -. - amavf
11 Mm? i " 77 IV IV
I "ww " " "
1 tnWriatwn .
"lrm""" " aK dti tft
U-"Li2Lt;wWorb; . fviaU
r:."nn..'"i. hf-w' ' Vorb- TToton.
JSSfJun -f t-' t tFtS
?LQt?T-i "-W tn New
Ltb"lM;' ta NtW
a w TT wm v aa m Br ir
I J "
T " s.. w-w. tbaf the
r- " ., . ..
- i - '.vi TI-I' ..ti of the
A new enterprise ta.Grnsbor
X" rV h. th-. ? -
uu - V A . t -V it-i. -..
. V'? "faT ttafkhy
II UI1 t - - -
In notable men. Senators Remesetanvee.
I m.MMM.I M.nW.n I 1JM1
Tt Ts ecfd thst
are. . '::JZ-nrr
i "" -
i '"ire ;-' v'. Vlrvj;.vr
i . i i a. ui.. m . n . , r i. i iiiiiisiu i u. & .f i.
not "rem . .-'frim
futn'where Vsnce was o greatrf
Mi . . r ... . v. Mja a.Mttta
" I nhsarver
A UEGRO DELEGATE.
To tts Operatic State Con
ventfoa Fron Uatacga Co.
Taa Wkl laprmaa Craw W kllvwMli
lac a Vegra-A PtaMuHa Wegra Wr
Tana a Bapaailaaa Vava-waiia Maa.
Waara art Tbaa T
' John A. Denny, s colored mss of
Watauga county, was sleeted a delegate
from that county to the Democratic
State eonrventWm. There are probably not
ovr seventy-fire colered voters in that
cotinty, snd this Is the first time In the
crtt, rsf errlnr te the matter sa brooch t
JJ m n dJKr1l ' 'he
Patriot, has the following to
"Wa hT not trmrd him
tne are of
nt m am i iur n oi nrcnm
comnoslng sbont three-fourths of the Re
Tnblican asrty In Norta Carolina, and
wh, are the pliant tools of anacnmnloua.
aeeiemng wnite demagomes. s menace
to the peace and prosperity of the Ftate
snd a burden snd reproaeh to the ollrl
cal party that attempts to carry and de-
rend them, that the white people are
solng to dlapose of. pollrleallv. at the
Intra f the Patriot and such sheets."
Now isn't this a pretty eorae off? The
so-called white supremacy partv In one
f . the whitest counties In the fttate
bolsterlna nn a arm dlM tn
forrn his exalted dntv In the Intereat of
gnite anpremacv" In the State conven
So. sccording to the Democrat.
'nT.T""n in"T i
tk . a. a e am. a aav. aa
as the nemoerats of Watanra sent.
be reeoenlaed as amon the leadera
l" wnuw wunremarv moi-emenr.
lwn,h sre to dominate o'-er the !''tete
2 h Illiterate wh'te man. The
Democrat will emember that there has
,onir twn trovlalon In our eleeMon lawa
f exclnde the "vlHona," to whleh 't re-
, , , . . ....
;;n';" TVZ n V'-ZTuZl
!" x h r,lft. h1eh H re-
"n' mP!n w-rrabMn,
t?'?'? M m?n7 wneb.
Z?J:fnZ7 hnZr nrt"
roinc- to rer sionr with neh riMim
Ir" . . "rT-,T;"lw Tn
""Tl"V. wrT r""
'genealogy" bear Mm out.
THE PR8HIBITI0VJ CONVENTION.
' aaileiary ml aaiiBed a Fall
Salisbury. N. C. May 2R.
The Prohibition partv met here an
Tuesday. Mav 22. Kdwln Slavey p-e-
lded and J. W. Vew-bv. of Wadenrfle.
was seeretarv. O W. Stewart, of T1H-
no'a. national ebalrm)n. was prMient.
The State tirltet nominated aa fol.
eiineon: T-fAntonpt Hovemor. Dr.
John W. Pil1orr; ftnnrtir
of Ptate. V. Parl-.r. of Pnnn:
Troaanrer. V v--v-. of Wn-iHll!
.Uor, T. W. f Retihnw. of Oreens-
boro: Snperptendnt of Pnhlle Tnst-ne-
'on. H. C. Pont. of Ttfirftnrton. Por
I rv. Snrt J. W Molt. Of Buriineton
l - ore named, bea-dea dltrlet .Wor.
VAn Sha-rer. of Salisbnrv. remains
chairman of the State executive com-
That convention and Its candidate wHI
not be abused. Ope reason l thst the
ole-hupters do not think It will smonnt
o anything. Tf the nreachera and thoae
who are prohibitionists. In the sprinr
elections were to vote for It, then they
would catch the scratch.
THEY ADOPT NF8R1 RULE IN CON
The MaehliMi Takes tha Oanveatton by
Fore aad Traad and Ko by law af
Yterdays Rnneomh connty demo-
eeaMfl cof.yey.Mon was eOPtrofled
I'hronrPons ry eietnear or
the erfy in this eiry. The O'rt starfl
1 hy office boldfogand office seetHpr ele
meat divided np the plae-s on She Heb
t imnnr tbene1fea. The "content"
ronri the Urst nreciltiet was decided In
favor of the negro who voted In the
primary in favor the contesting del
eratlon. Dillon M T.nthee. a 'bite
man. belr ftls'venehjaed. tbns effeet-
tnr arvnloa! Halifax connty demo
oratlo white enpremsey Tlenry. The
aeeretarv of the oonventlon waa a man
alui ntii the last residential elea.
Itlonfor McKInlev: mapy af tbe dele
rates present were men who are ont-
noken In their nnpoelHon to. the
J " . nnninr. nir
rj. iff i.iinir'1 ii.wfii-,T-u ii" "
nre nf JeglsVitlon and pmpoad cnnatl
I 'H"""!! reviamn in . cnrn-p ot
"(last letisTstnr as aimed ar the w
tyareg In the west and voted aralnf
nwltS final naasara In She bonc. Th
otliev nominee for rnn er'rn"e w.'
1 fpn rerea pa tn rn ain iw year
I f ..fl w 1a1,tIof,
Lwaliii'tttwecl If bis party were
l adveP power. Tet thp pan ventf on. n n-
- . , ... i . .
nrf TSaainmii m in rif' . mur"
thadiserancnlstnr amendment. The
rnsr nde mprb shod ovey eveyytbtrr
anil'avarvbndy. and notnlnafed a Heket
lew bft Kn efe atari, apd doobft-
U. -ah k '
fFort Scott Lantern.)
"Say, pana,' why do so many Germans
mis connrry r . . ,
becanee of our sdortous republi
can lustfrtttohs, my son. The poor people
irre are rronnd flown ry an enor
av of Riaa.000.Ono to sustain a
arandfor army, wtiile nerr we os-
tipon onr citizen soldiers In times of
I eafMtnGB W mm mm rw nmm
. nana: T was Inst reading hi
tba -Ksnass City Jonrnsl thst the war
n 1 th. Oreenaboro broom works. Tt i
mm,, the Mitchell factory hnndlng. en
B Meade avenue, and work will begin
i at once.
D. D. Alexander, an officer from Ten-
I n..r arrived In Ralelah Friday, havlnr
1 i.Tll-w TT Mate If. who eacanad
u . I lu Lun' .v. .
tbatlescaned convict Is a white man and re
be-lslded near Madison. He was sent nn
Sas twm Ttocblnrham county to . serve a
nrwim w e
KSXTR CAKCUNAt PCUT1CAL S4TBA-
Tra Sata4 t m
That Lead ta f aaagbt.
Calcalate the vaTae af Xarth
Una's palitlea: Waa raa da sit What
mlad raa tally raaarefcead the saisl-
meat) What late.Uct raa graap Che la
famaae theme af the eVarttaa law)
Stretchlar from the ahores ef the At
lantic ta MltcbelTs laTty naak. sad frmm
me U!1 aomlnioa af the north to the
Palmetto ef l eoat a. wast a rtar4aaa
State la ears, with aeiteaa te wait atasa
as sad raiae nr tea-cent rattoa: with a
government wMra. for lau ft A v a
sd Pol tics 1 Hbertv. earaaaaee aQ that
ver catered lata the iaa rlaatL-n af a
Slmmona or aa Arrack: with pr aa
prejadlcad as the fa hkj eaarae bear
nine apea. With a naaalattaa af aTL-
Onn voter, proeperoaa, happy, eater
prtlor. send.ng np their tmn nf pralae
ni lavoratloaa ta the Almlcatr dla
Pper of event for the rreat bUaalac
of liberty which thev aaw eafffv, rha
rouowmg in tbe wake of Paa'a Cara
lina. Toulalana and vlal1ppL a dla
unlted and arhannv neanle. arha .
their tave. who work the rablic roads.
wao help to fixht oar battle, wkoae
fathera followed the reliant Iiea sad
ackaon. whMe forrfathera were at the
hattl-a of King's Monnfsla. Saratoga
nd Yerktnwn. and were ant the matoe.
ity of them unlettered. Lnt Ubertv-Iavlaa
men? Taxation wlthoat renreaentatU
Is nncona!tntloaat and eaaaaf mnA ta
If poaalhle we are drifrtnc Into the black
hvas nf anarcbv and HvO Maodshed?
Cod forbid! If this amendnaeat carrtaa.
If this election law la etrictlv adhered to
II over our rrend old mainmvMhk
a-here! where! srala rti th aoor aad
HWerate man look for hope? What other
a'ar of freedom ran pierce the dirtneae
Hut tber aav the nnlettered maa nrfll
not he denrfved of hla vote almplv from
the fact Ma father or rrandfather voted
prior to 1T7. Suffice It to be trae. Bat
let na a moment: It la tree, af
conrae, that la ant embodied la the im
POS'1 amendment to the maafltntlan?
bnt what elae did the lerlalatnre do? It
rraffd a herhed-wire election taw sad
mad- prorlelona for bailiff ar on.
tables to arrrat anv who mivht t.P bla
Irnorant netrhhor. wha cannn m1 m
write, which of the x ho tea In which
to reat bis hallote Where are the n-
Nlona for the blind end the milnwdt
ran a blind man vote wlthmt h.lnr
ld Can a man vote wha haa ao
ands. Ta Mr. Mmmare to rote trr
hem? Vo wonder fVnator Ttn'ler and
uatne TMtchard sav 1 will nlerran'hW
the poor white man. ITia father aw hla
vandTather cannot nreaerve Ha fraa
chlae or nollt'cal llherty for him. a
capae. as I aald awhile era. aa maa U
llowed to tetl hint In wbleh hnv t Met
hla vote, aad If he votea the vim
icket In the wrnnr box hla vote la
hrown out ad not counted; therefore
e 'a diafranrhiaed now.
But. sav some Democrat. H will not
diafranchlae a alnrle wMte man after
ions. TV, they think all af nnr bore
will learn to read and write bv that
time? or. are thev eo nre1odled tha
thev cannot tell the truth? To thev nor
now. an doee sir. .immon not knew
there are pee cent of the white voter
f North Carolina wha car not read end
write? In view of theae facta, we can
onlv ludre the future bv the past. The
Temocratle nartv haa had the rule af anr
Ptate for the past ouartev of a eentnrv
Ard what haa been the educations'
facllftlea for Vorth r-arallna? We have
ha ahout fonr montha echool eacb year
anrt the percentare of children baa onlv
hceW 40 ont of 1rt who attended rer
nlarly. TTow tone, at tbla rate, da yan
wnoae It wTM tabe Vorh ParoMna to
rid beraelf of 1Pterw? With th'a nrea
ot wTm of edncatlon are eea nnlv re
dnce onr ITllteraev one-fonrth of one per
cent each rear: therefore It wfTI fake tr
fonr voara to reitnce It one nr cnt. and
n 10OQ we wITt 1 hare retnced It two
ner cent, which will leave twewv-ono aer
enf of the wh'e oeonle of Vorth Cam-
Una who ei- 21 years old that cannot
re sd write.
The fnlon lewlalatnre eaoed to be anH-
mltted S school tsv to rive n. lonrer
t.rma of echo.?, and waa voteit nnon
"School. nr "No choo1a and the vot.
atood: Schoola. 7 iHt enf nf t W
'n the Ptate of Vorth Ct1ne. TTow
was thst for edneatlon? Rut. thev mw.
rj-e want the nnfi ont of be wav? TP
d thev not let rsr-1e WOMama tak-
Mm? Th.r nre pot e'nceee In what they
av. Thev want to t'afranch'ae the
peevo to ret In offf.ee. and then the poor
white rnan to atav In ete. Doee Mr.
Clmmewa not V.ow hat th poor white
man Lheed h's libertv the same a
did? Dow tpeuv men wHI vee foe
th'a amendment who have bora who wfTI
never read ae write, a. 4 who wTTl bo
be of are until after 10f8?
Paher. be art re vonr aon ran and
arm learn to read and write before yon
rat aonr ba"ot for this amendment.
"Olve me libertv or rlv m. ah "
J. N. CMPRT4Tfc
VashH. N. C.
The (VntTMlaa at trkwaM'i Patlr
Weatlaattana far Ceaaty OSmi.
arTFretr,.0. Mav 94. At the
ttmnwteV rmoersio Convention. s
T.ocVwoodVi Folly y.aterday. the fnl-
loarig nnvnlnalona wre road ; TTnnee
a' UmtattiM T B MeNelll
Sheriff Jamea TTolmea; Rerlater '
Ve.taT! V Toa-t1 ; Trcsaur er Q.
Tf Ova t : ronvn.f Ynrw Oore : Cora,
m I art on r atmna1 Danford, A. M.
Mre. J. W T aneaatey.
The convention area veyv nneaHafan-
torv to m-nv nf the deleratee. McNeil'
nnhllelv declared Mmlf aralnst th
amendmeat. bo for all that b ws
nominated an tb Crar hallo. Part a'
ha rfeteratee withdrew. refnipg to
aka further part In tha convention.
r waa ana a rent tha cantMiHaa
waadom'nated hy IfcNeilPs friends
and the Poppllsts.
f Tbe shove shows tht tba amend
ntent ta not a party question, notwith-
tandlnr b machine has tried to
make it sncb. Democrats, even, sav
to Mr Stmmona and bis thnra tba
hav do nna want
SPy mem Tmuos.
murders nr tbreatantng tbe llvs
honest wblte men J
The enrlne t now ntaklsr naDy tnpi
ahove Rrevard the Inrth of thoae trip"
epandlpa on bow fast the track Ja. laid
The b'e ent In Brevsrd Is finished, and
he completion of the road Isnow only s
ouestlon ef a few weeks. Brevard
Newa. ... .
Prom aTl rarta of tha county cornea the
report tbt the wheat crop la the beat
ears. If no damage Is done the crpo
bv storm or pest, bv far the Isrgest cron
of wheat ever maae in this enuniry wuiiT.tlnn cars, amoked rl-a and liB-haor
be harvested. Monroe Enquirer. I h provided Aa the time-table nf
An effor is h-lnr made to boont
Governor Jarata fr tb pnaftlon
Prealdena f na Fveraltv and
namea nf nbar rettyad politlcfan
have been mentioned In ppnneeafnn
with this Imprnt plana Vo mar
wha b as t be I ntereata nf tba Un' ver1v
or the educational ntavesa nf tbe
state afneerely at bear would surge
a polltlclsp. snd eepenaPv an eld apd
wora.oot politician fnr this 1mpora-t
ooattlon. Tt wonM ba better to eloae
thedoora pf tb. TTnlyeralty at onne
ban nbeyeldlnf the dry mt. which
It wou'd moat ceranly do nnder sncl
rnan.t-ment The man who p1aea
at te b1 of tba University should
ba. flrar. a tecber ycunr. Vrwnn
and rrtrrpmiwt mtn. sot sn old foe tl
looking for a Job. dtatesvilla Land.
II. Y. DRII0CR&T3.
a!l Endorse D. Zvzi Ftrlra-
HILL AND OTHER LXADKEB
Tb tba A
Alt BanHas Tbat mraa b
New Tark. Mar 38,-Tba
Et-tWaator David B. IDt aad
tor n.tar4 Marnhv bad a tak wttb
EEUrft Daaforth. rhatrvran af tbe
tire romaalttee at tba Daif ataV
coaveattaa to4r. Mr. UA ta cat
at'a tbe rvaalta at bU tffn Se Kaw
Terk. He haa ronfevwd with tba
af Tatnmaay Hall aad af .
cnaatv lWnrrafy. aad 41 waa
aotborttattvelr hafore nnna that tba pea
gran far the Stste con r eat tea aad baaa
arrrad anna bf all narea naseiraaa.
Tba feat arm af tbe twagraas arrt-
"Klrvt. Tba coneatka m-Ci ile a fb.
candidacy af WUltaa J. Bryaa aa4
remraiae him aa "if aauaaal teaaay.
"Kavaad. Tba CbVaga btatfatm wt3
not he anrmed.
'Third. The drleratra ta the aatSaaal
cna veal lea atll t he laatrarted."
One af Mr. 1 1 ill's tWatenaaTn.
peka for him, gate thka eiUaaUaa
"We are all axrvad hat Mr lrya
resomlaa'lna U a rertalatr. aad tbat at
we raa 4a la t a faS lata it, bat wa
raa not !. the whale CWesga ptat
fonn. aad It pot aecenaary ta aa aa.
Tbe Kaaaaa City roarrafloa may adtfy
that platform we ran epderaa TV7s
sad declare that we wtn aappart tbe
platform af aar party. Ae ta tba tn
atrartloa of drlegatra. that ta pstfhar
neeeaaarv aar la accords ace with praen
dent. It la cntarv ta taetratt arU
gatea ta s aatlaaal res vrattoa enlv arbea
New Tork haa a raadata. It haa aa
candidate this fear, ee aa aadaraamiat
af Brvaa U all that raa b naaaMr
eipected. We wU ra ta Kaaaaa 4ty
aa Bryan men. bat we da et tmrm ta ha
aa committed that ra ess not aak far a
HMidlScatlon af tba ChWaga platfa
OUt INCONPf TtNCY f RQWN
Pf tba Piaaaat Wlat TVm
It la wen eaaarb tbe tagtatattw A
Jonraed ta eneae bark ta Jane, tt Is
tbe ea'r legialatara that avar ha4 Sa
g back sad da la work pear. We
cany what the Ralrlrb neryapaaSept ef
The TTenderaoa TTrrald mmywt
"It tnme ant that there te d1iet aoa
e'-t la aectlona twa and fane af ebapter
TISJ af the Tawa nf 1-Pft. earied "Aa
scf ta amend the CnnavttneVra af Keith
Carolina." Th'a ta the rhantey ahWb
wwHdca for the anhmtaatoa af tba pea
poad emeedmeet to tba naanta.
? nrartdea that tb prwnoaaH
tnent ahetl ro fetn enea aa Jnlv T.' 1ISTJ.
If ma loritv of the nnar.Sed eee ea
he State en dect.ee at tbe eleetlaa H
k nf ;rt nevt. Peraton 4 pravidea rba
'f a ne1orta af fhe vote eaat are hi
favor af aald nrnwoa.4 aaaendsaeet. fha
overror ehaP rrrllfr tha pa was ta Ve
eeretarv af atate. Section t ae areV4a
of the minfmtm amvtdea that tba Ooa
ItnMon tnav be amended If a maWrrr
of the rne eaat era In favor af
tcoooaed emewdmewt. Tf fba
honld he held nnder the taw aa
aet oat a vrare nneartaa for Vha Sa
rme Coerr wnM at once ariaa. Ta
hla rlew Tfoa. TT. O fonnar. aneabev
f the TToaae af R waa aewaHvea. baa
the nrailra thereof ro he pare
and h. nraaent at the eertar ef SW
wnerat eaaemhtv aa Tna4v, fhe 1t
ef nevt monh. for tha nr nm af atvfk
nr or he worvta anatlSe4 9mm and
l-arrt S-otM rrJ ' eo aa to aaaVe mm vtiiw
ef ia read Jf a nalorit? ef
he of the Ptee ao S-mr at fhe
r'ect'on fa jteenat neyt. The Panrenae
Conrf haa deced neev tlaaee et
the wor ta onatSed ro.r ateaaa fhs
neraona whoae namea era an the pee a.
ration hooba. AH each aa raoea havfar
len formd to na the ana t! 41 cattoaa wm
ontd hr the Cow'ltwrloa mm p tnm
ennlelte to rerrrraHon aad voter. n4r
raenea ee then traeae.tted aa vha vaaSa.
retloa hooba. and thev are fhep aaaf-
mA) rora In tV mmmmm of fhe fWaVt.
Mon aa laid deam bv the Napnaaaa
Conrt. Therefore If tha nraneeed eatead-
nept moat he annmved bv a ptlaPi
of the nnatieed aot.rV af tba fttp.
hla nnmher waa'd he di mlaed pa
he total number af
name ae an the rr1rTet1oe hacks m
the election In Anrnrt pevt, Tba ratal
nnmhee nf votera In thie Sate bi sbnnt
tre hnndrmf and eventv-fra tbapeaad
tf all nf theaa votera ehanM ba tapta-
tered one hnadred and aA m .a.
thonaand vote woald be raairaJ ta
adopt the proposed s amendment."
The prealdenev af the RaafW Female
Pnlveraity haa been tendered te Rev. W.
C Tvree af Tnibm I r Tim ta ana-
J ,nr f the Flrat Bantiet Omrrb af that
J HtT "i.w a vrnr and t a lea ted foa-
later. TTe was nm.ia.at4 here at fWt-
urrlav by a nomntltte a tba
end tbe arerideoev of the lnrfoiaa
tenderi4 blm. Tt hi eald that Dr
-riTl In an nmhabPltv scnant-RaWlap
Cnrreapondent Charlotte Obaarvar.
The a meant ef lamber eaattpg - tpfa
enolr 1a aomethinr wnnderfnL Lest
rerk's banl pinaf bare rtM etea) na
o aoa mITTloa feet. TV WTleaa lea.
rvnppanv alone Halms ta bay areaj
f bt one-half mTTTVva feet. And tMs
j here wfl be verr peariy aa mark,
I w have mad aomewbera at a peer
who. when hvnery. cnt down a trea and
I eat H. For years a treat mtay af par
..i. h... h.. .. i. - -
I " .
I ie-e Is a nave'tv for vonr The Snath-
j p.nwav wtn maka a denarrnra aa
I MT oo the day of tbe total ecWaMaa
' land rrm aoecat acHae tralna. eo t1mJI
.v. v tn .... v. ... .va. r
tn v. u tra"s icaa tha State
I .v. a-.-. vm vw rwMM t rwv
foTlr Mri, rbe Nw York Herald, 0awr-
the eetnai- f to t as eertala fhe t11;if
exl n tbe arm. the rall-rav can make pa ra4a-
n'jake. and knnwa Joe whep end whet
be 1 to meet th deepest rtadow n
em RaHway runa thmnrh fifty-op piTlea
af tatanty. snd win pt on sn rrama
vweltl snd make bay wane tn ppp
Tt reoutree from sx to sight bushed
of etrawherrle a dsv to sunnly The
I mnng lladlea at the Normal, bat -there
fa no traubl In curiag h nnrr frpip
-ha girt ma near oy ureesaiwro
1 . " - .
I TPe tun v frenns am nnwirr np
I rppldly now and pone wants tn fall tn
meet Hie eomrsoee as inn insTaiftW
Wennlon at Tnisvllle. Mar SOtb-Jane
rd; speHally wben tb rate' are an
taw. as they, are by the SSABOABD
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