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Vol. XV III.
RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA, SEPTEMBER 6, 1900.
IHt NEGROES' SOLID VOTE.
lUUNlll) SOLIDLY FOR MR. AYCOCK
V1 ro u u,
i " hi ouW fur tb I ua erratic
J ! ' til A UinliJuinbt.
V. .11 Opliblitt.il.
ur democratic friends raided a
K it fu.-f la-it campaign about the
i yr. voting Id one solid maw.
I h. y fiUo argued that when the
it r voted ho destroyed a "white
ia n V vote who voted on "the oth
n l ie. ThN they argued In all so
t i a? wan an encroachment upon
tti. liberties of the people and call
. I fur immediate action.
Now sine the election, if our
l. iniM-ratio friends will lock back
;t u loturus of the election made
them they will tlud that they
ii i m committed the greatest "out
i.i.f" along this lino that ha ever
i . . n committed In North Carolina,
' .r the n turns show that at no time
the. negro voted ho "solidly" as
ti. did In the last election. They
vs .-I e not content to "eveuiy divide"
th" vote but they made him vote
practically in ono "solid mass" the
I t'!!ucratic ticket and to dlsfran
t iiin himself. They did this or
f.ilrtely counted the voto. Let us
review their returns of the nigro
Nmw Hanover county with .'5,000
iu gro voters returned two votes as
nwt against the amendment.
Kobeson with 2 43s colored tax
payers returned 7l votos against
tlieamendment, t,Uf for it.
fcdgecombe, with 2,)."7 negro polls
and 1,'4'2 whites, gave 371 as the
vote against the amendment and
:,7S1 for It.
Halifax, with 2,G.s." negro polls
utid 1 , ;7 whites, returned 8'J'J an
tt amendment votes, and for
Hertford, with 1,0:12 negroes and
sj whites gave 37 against the
amendment and 1,107 for it.
Northampton, l,r.jO negroes, 1,-
.",:,; whites, counted 1,005 against
aud 2,4W) for the amendment.
Vance, with l.ltm negroes, 1,(n'S
whites gave 013 against and 1,313
for the amendment.
Scotland with an excess of nesrro
polls, returned 7 votes against and
l.St:i for the amendment, almost
rivaling New Hanover.
liertle.with l,f3i negroes, 1,508
whites, turned In 914 votes against
and 2,0 iy for the amendment.
( raven, with 1,811 negroes, 1,5:15
whites gave 055 against and 2,002
for the amendment.
Then whose yote was "destroy.
d" by,'the negroeb vote! Was It
not a case of the negroes vote of
the East destroying the vote of the
white people of the West If we are
permitted to speak of the negroes'
vote as nothing but a destroying
The Eighth Congressional Dis
trict in which all of the counties
have a large majority of whites
there is according to their returns
l,3f! against the amendment. It
will also be noted that In this dis
trict Forsyth county, in which
there aro more negroes than any
other countv In the district, went
Democratic by 210; and in this
county there was a large majority
against the amendment in the
country, but the city of Winston
Salem with her large negro popula
tion came up with a majority of
about 1,100 for the amendment and
reversed the white people's major
ity In the country.
Noeuea of Desolation 1 it City of
A recent account of the conditions
prevailing in Pekin, received by mail
at Shanghai and cabled to London
aya the capital city of China presents
i lie appearance of absolute desolation.
W'e quote the following extract from
'The destruction is simply appalling.
Legation street is unrecognizable. All
the houses of the foreigners have eith
er been burned, riddled by shell or
Mown up. Hundreds or acres covered
ny the natives' houses have been burn
ed over. There has been most wanton
destruction of property. Buildings, not
horned, were pulled down for mere
pleasure. The top of the city wall is
Hrewnwith barricades, while under
ground shelters are littered with dis
carded arms and uniforms of fleeing
Evidence was discovered that an at
tempt to undermine the American le
gation was made by sinking a shaft
irom the top of the wall. Fires are
turning ever j where. Several build
ings within the imperial city wm set
-n tire by the allies' shells."
PERISHED ONJHE SCAFFOLD.
' Jones, the Negro Murderer Paid
the Penalty for Ilia Crime.
Tom Jones, the murderer of Ella
Jones and her five children, was
bung In Raleigh last Friday morn
ing by Sheriff M. WaPage. The ne
gro met hii fate calmly, ilia nerves
did not fall him. He walked to the
scaffold with a firm step. The ex
cution was swiftly done, and he
died quickly. His crime was per
haps the most brutal and inhuman
that hag ever been perpetrated ln
TO REPEAL COIBEL LAW.
KVuiuck IeaocraL AptMOlwl at 'It
rlnlnil DUboMrt, or 1 tr Own elec
Haiti more New.
After dragging the atate through
a year of almost unparalleled bit
ternes and disorder, the Dorno
cr,tU of Kentucky have decided, It
1- said, to repeal the infamous Goo
b. 1-election law. Political exlgen-cl-
s are na d to b responsible for
t hit determination. Ir the Goebel
election law remains on the statute
books, It will probably disgust a
ulliclent number of Democrats to
make the success of the party in
November extremely doubtful. The
Prty is split into factions, and there
can bo no peace until the off. naive
m.asure becomes a thing of histo
ry. It is to bt hoped that tbeblood
shrd and disgrace of the past year
ba brought the Democrats of Ken
tucky to a realization of their re
sponslbl itles. The time is passing
when any party in this country
can, with impunity sirbvert the
will of the vo.ers of a state or a
municijallty. The Goebel law of
Kentucky turned a usually safe
iH.mocratlc State into a state with
a Uxpubhcan majorl y. It was on
ly the weakness and folly of.Gov.
Taylor that prevented Goebel Dem
ocracy being swept oat of existence
by th. Indignation of the people of
the State. Now it is said that the
Democrats of Kentucky are going
to make an election law so just that j
the Itepubllcan party will lose its i
campaign issue. The friends ot i
fn I r ularHona will nrnfoii nml.
' F..cV i j
and see before congratulating them- j
seives on tnecnange or neart or the
Kentucky Democratic machine
Still, if the machine, even for self
preservation, gives the state an
election law under which the peo
ple of Kentucky are permitted to
express their will at the polls, h
will make some amends for the dis
graceful history of the past year
AWARDS TO NORTH CAROLINA.
A l.itt or ( itina and Other Winning
The following awards have been
made to this State, so far, at the
Paris Exposition :
Ai'i'LEs Benj. Davis, Wilson
Hensley. Bald Creek ; Buff, Wilson
Heusley, Bald Creok ; Camsck, J. S
Ray, Burnesville; Camack, Wilson
Hensley, Bald Creek ; Gilpin' J. E.
Smith, Banner's Elk; Btine, D. H.
ProfTlt, Burnsville; Stme, G. D. Ray
Burnesville; Wlnesap, George E.
Boggs, Livingston ; Yellow Newton,
J. S. Ray, Burnesville; York Impe
rial, J. E. Smith, Banner's Elk;
Ben Davis, Moses H. Cone, Blow
Ing Rock ; Limbertwig, Moses II.
Cone, Blowing Rock; Limbertwig,
.1. H. Hatley, Hudson.
In Forestry and Fisheries State
Board of Agriculture, Raleigh ; T.
K. Bruner, Collaborator, Raleigh.
Mining and Metallurgy State
Board of Agriculture, Raleigh;
State Commission to Paris, Ral
Agriculture Col. John S. Cunlng-
ham, tobacco, Cuningham.
There may be additions to this
lis to come later. So far, it is ex
tremely gratifying. The details of
some of the awards have cot yet
come to hand, so that it is impos
sible to say just what is covered in
the awards to the Board of Agri
culture and the State Commission
All of the collecting was done by
the Department of Agriculture, ex
cept those marked by an which
were collected by Mr. Moses H.
Cone, whose enthusiasm and pa
triotism is justly rewarded.
A WOMAN ASSAULTED.
Sue Struggled Witn a Masked llemon in
the Dark Her Screams Brought Aid.
Duriug the absence of her husband,
Mrs. George btyron, of Washington,
N. C, was attacked in her home by a
masked man. Mrs. Styron commenced
tnncrpiim. The viliian caus-ht her bv
the throat and threw her to the floor.
Her loud screams brought some neigh
bors to her aid and the man flVd. After
his escape a mask waa found upon the
floor. It is believed that Mrs. Styron 's
ansailaot was a white man. He is still
Elopes With Employer's Daugh
Charlotte. N. C, August 30. Tilden
IT m ..luin a farm hind fit W H .fAhna.
ton, oi naviuson, una run away
- . j. a
with the 14 year-old daughter of his
employer, and the father Is now aear
chin ir the country for the runaways,
Harrison is only 20 year of age, and
no one had any idea that he and the
girl ever met each other except casu
m . -w t w a yi
Wrilliamafnn M H A MtT A
,.,.l,fla, 1H nurrn hnv .Mlri.nt.
If llliaiMVWUt a. Vax a-a, va a, a.
I v ahot and killed nimseil here vee-
. - - -
terdav. He WM Playing With
a - m
broken pistol Which was, or course,
unloaded I He was looking down
the barrel when It went off, the
ball taking effect just arjove tne eye
and penetrating the brain.
- Over five thousand dollars in
cash. stamDs and postal cards was
atnlttn from the nofitofflce. at St.
Joseph, Mich., Aug. 29. There Is
Clue to the rODDers.
CRA2E0 FROM EXCESSIVE! HEAT.
Mr. Mand Became Kskaaat4 and Lal
f VrUhtrUl to Wlloiiiurtoa.
Mr. L. L. Bland, of No. 4j5, Camp
b. II street, lost his mind Saturday
by becoming exhausted from beat,
and his condition Is still unchanged.
Dr. Andrew B. Harrl was called In
to see Mr. Bland Maturday night as
soon as his condition was ascer
tained, and after examination decl
d. i that it waa exhaustion that
caused him to be demented, but
thought his mind would bo restored
in a few days.
The circumstances In the case
were very sad, and at the same time
very peculiar. . Saturday morning
Mr. Bland and his wife went to
NV rightsvllle on the train to visit
Mrs. Bland s relatives. Soon aficr
their arrival there it was noticed!
that M t. Bland was acting In a very
peculiar manner, but no especial
attention was paid to him. Be ex-,
pressed a strong desire to taxe the
mid-day train and return to the
city. It seems that before he ar
rived at the station his mind was
completely gone, and he wandered,
along the shell road and finally
reached the city on foot. Without
beiug noticed or given any assist
ance he reached home at 8 o'clock
that night, but his mind was so de
ranged that be was not conscious
of biag at home.
He attempted to leave soon after
aud when asked his reasons for do
ing so, he replied that his wife wa
lost and he wanted to look for her.
He Is not at all dangerous nnd oc
casionally shows some intelligence.
BURIEO IN A TIN BOX.
Kiirlune Worth STA.OOO Wan Iur l in
Itirharrt Wallar-', Vrl.
Vmv York Sun
Richard T. Wallace, a real estate
agent, found an old tin box about
a month ago behind his office. Some
excavating had been done there to
move the building back for the
purpose of widening the street to
make room for a trolley road.
. The box was battered and showed
that it had been in the earth for a
long period. He put it away in his
safe and tried to find its owner, but
was unsuccessful. He examined Its
contents the other day and found a
batch ( f United States government
bonds, which are said to be worth
7.r,0iK) There wore also several
commodore's buttons of the New
York Yacht Club and a number of
documents dated 1&"9. Mr. Wal
lace expects to find the owner of
Will Xot Support llrvaii
We see the Populist Committee,
on Monday at Chicago, in violation
of the sentiment of the Convention,
endorsed Stevenson for Vice Presi
Some of the Populists in the west
may vote for Bryan and Stevenson,
but, unless we are deceived in the
grit of which the Populists of this
State Is made, they will not vote
They can't do it without voting
with and for men in this State, who
in the recent campaign, sanctioned
assaults upon Populists with arm
ed red shirts, drunken roughs, rot
ten eggs, threats of murder, gener
al suppression of free speeeh and
all kinds of lawlessness and anar
They cannot vote that ticket
without sanctioning, Indirectly,
what they have condemned, and
thky will not, and a man is a fool
who thinks they should Times-
mo Hatless Women in
Buffalo, N. Y., Dispatch.
Kev. J. H. Quinn, Rector of Holy
Angels' Catholic church, puts a ve
to on the custom of women appear
ing at church without hats. He
'This is the house of God, and
I every respect should ba shown to
Him by those who enter it. From
tnj8 Bjme on n js forbidden, at any
tim-) ot day, for woman, young or
old, to come into the Holy Angels'
church without covering on their
neadlS. intS applies aiSO to wed
ding- There is no exception made."
Fusion In Washington State.
John B. Rogers, Populist, has
been nominated for governor by
the Populists, Democrats and Sil
ver Republicans of Washington. A
full ticket was nominated, and
! strong efforts will be made to carry
I MM-Mff -M. nv ' xa a va ja .f a
- The meaning of words are often
changed by usage. Aa an example or
this the word "elected,!' means accord
Ing to Webster's dictionary, chosen;"
- "to prefer to an office.' According to
jtbe Simmons Democracy "elected"
means counted in. O, how. the world
a. A A,-.
"cu u lueu -rjiuS v
I - K a w aaflAn f n tulifaa K W
CUD,: f"" j " j
I J f a.aA. m. I 1
a in6 uiaoriminaie Deiween ine issues
as some neing political ana some morai
reminds ns of the fellow trying to di-
Uide the Bible up into "essentials" and
"non-essentials." Hickory Times
Fire in Greensboro last Wednesday
in the basement of the JL. Richardson
no I Drug Company's Wholesale house, de
iiiroyia ioouv f9,uwworni oi gwiui
vium ofta iHrty HmU Arm
it Mill be reniaibi'tr4 ltxt ttiUtu
(.riUC piper promiird the White peo
ple of North Carolina, if Ihvj would
w.ull not (itve the uerfro thrown all
tttuaov more. But me of tbexu ko
wIliff "n.ri?M" iinee the auindmQt I
w. carried, oulv .tDDinir iccionaily
for breath, sota of ocr xcbane I
ihiuk It nll-s to trv to iln lhm I
paper out of the mire, but we don't lhtt trouble "without a dismember
exactly agree with thein. We have a ut of theJChluee Empire, have
irood niLarv Uw iu Kaleiirh. and ot ten attended with much uc-
we think it should he enforced, audi1
u.ake SJme papers get out of tlie low
! flu... .... wu
J wu a i xj aa ivtiv mug
Uiscu3injf the effoiU of certain
small fry poi.tic au to revive the "uig-1
er" racaet in poiit.es again, the Luui-
oeriou ArKUii, ueiuucrsiriu tiiiuer
ay : 'H we revive ine racs question
uuw, we revive it forever; it i just as
nearly settled now as .t will ever be "
We uotice that a number of lh uieu
wIjo represent the bratus of the Leui
oeralic partj are criticising lue action
of the mushroom e.emeiit that are try
ing to iiowi "i ifger' some uior;. We
think it tune to let up on the mush-
room le low. The are the goods box
poiiiKM&iis who are too lazy to inform
r..emeives so as to discu.s living is-
Mies, l hev nave orn out the hjsoiu
end of many a pair oi trousers sittin
around talking "nigger," and tney
privilege, lrue, all of this element .
awore oy everytbintr high and low mall
Uie aiiieuduieiit w ould settle the negro
pi stion but it ;s their privilege to ue-
eMve if they can, and ilie would be
umrueu, iiieir nasi record if thev
; should be caught telling the truth undjous promem ana one wnicn Laninet
j . tmg the truth at all nines. Let 'em I ofikvrs are not disposed to talk about.
Have tueir way. i ney inay no ua ui
T ... .
Cheiii hold on to the old "nigger" cai-
eas it smells eweet to them, and they
dearly love ttat kind oi politics. ihy
are in their natural sphere wheu hand-
li if dirty, "nigger" politics, and it is
as unnatural for tliem lo gel ao.ve inisi
, lane ae it is for water to now up
stream. All me religious, eaucauoiiai
and decent secular papers tl ttie state
in t) try to lilt tnis inuslirooin element I
of the ueuiocratic part up, but it will
0e in va n. Let 'em alone, i uey are in
their own happy sphere and are con
tented.'' WHITE HOUSE WEODINCS.
The first weaaing at4 ine w nite
House was that oi Miss.Mana won
pn.. rhu PruHirlfint' rlansrhtftr. in I
. j j n r ,
ufii ua-kv vi a w-T"i nrw mj iii iiui i . ifin l
erneur," writes Rene Bache, In
the September Ladies' Home Jour-
nal. "BQring the Hayes regime
M-ss Lucy Piatt, a niece of Mrs. I
they nave some inlltieiice witn some v."""-" - rpr-
ueople. Yes, we are in favor oi let i. gcial session of Congress; but it may
Haves, was married at the Lxecu-ltent
tive Mansion to General Russell
Hastings The niOst notable Wed-
Uine wiottrawu m tun uo "u
a - . - 1 L A. I A- V. XT Ufr IT.nr. I
was that or Nellie unr, wn
married May 21, lol-i, to a young
p' ..ik.. Airnnn nhariHa
Frederic Sartoris. The only vvnite
House wtQJing in wmca me tmei
Eie-utive has taken the bride-
) l Qua orhan PraairlAnt rirnvHr
i!.... lanH marrld Miss Frances
v... I."!-, w.,
t'OIS-jm, tne aauguier oi me luiuiu
law aner. President Tyler mar-
7 . r, . k.. i
nea aurina uw lucumireuvj, uui iu
Kowan County's Scalp Picnic.
Th4 annual scalping picnic was
held in Atwell township, Rawan
county, last week, and was a great
success. Farm pests were acconnt-
d fr as toilowa: Rats. 1.749; hawks.
QOf;. A,Anra QOR. mUSfo
sn- m.,.b,.,t. r- noiia 95 wa!a
c 'm t T
o. iwuitaiuBreuiMouiBu ot a.u.i
a,n., and O O Harrison res-
Utlltspie, and u. u. ttamson, res-
pectively, contended for nrst place,
the former winning on a higaerl
number of points. This picnic is a
most serviceable institution to the
farm rs. It is the occasion of an J w ho do not approve of the Holiness ole inditterence ou their part to se- bn, 2; Gaaton, 24; Guilford, 12; iiali
outiogonoea year, and it costs the faith, but he paid no attention to ctire plants so mauy who had inteu- fax, 7; Uenderson, 2; Irelll,5; Lenoir,
public nothing. Hon. Theo. P.
Kluttz and Mr. Walter Murphy
, . iL , j.
apjae at mega.ue. wuajr.
A REMARKABLE DEATH.
A Man, With His Horse and bogey.
Sinks into a Pit of Fire in Hyde Conn
Dr. William B. Capehart, of the
state boari of agriculture, arrived
lure from Bertie county and says
the enormous' fires in Hyde county
continue, and are destroying trees
atUU OVraia AUV BVll a a-waaa. aaa
kan. hk. Under. 0a !- y.1-
udat $10,000 ,8 burn .wy
ttiat. iuAvnt.r aava it is not now
worth $100. The fire is burning far
- - J
underneath the surface in . many
places. Dr. Capehart is informed
that as a farmer was driving along
a highway the fire undermined soil
gave way under him and he and his
horse falling into the firy pit were
burned to death. The smoke ex
tends many miles out to sea and by
ODScunng me iig oKub m
has caused two wrecks in a fortnight,
The Storks' Visits to the White
The only child bom in the White
House to a President of the United
States during his term ot office is Es
ther Cleveland, wbo was born Sep
tember 9, 1893. Nine other children
have been born in the White House:
Julia Dent Grant,
born in the closing
days of her grandfath
wi-iui two KnnnuwB oix-reai-
dent Tyler; fonr children of Ctolonel
Andrew JacKson u melson, bom du
ring tne j acaon aanunutration;
James Madison Randolph born du-
rinir the second term or his maternal
grandfather. September Ladies'
43 . - .
CABINET IN SPECIAL" SESSION.
CLASH AMOKS ? POWERS IS CREATLT
rreafcfeat McKlulot'i LSurla to -woar
rVa-v WKWwt a Ut um uk U-r tow I wf
MauHu limes Myw
"The effort M of the United State
to secure a y of mliltary opera
'iou' "d a concert of tie powers
lking to the Settlement of
Germany persistent retail
lu rwiognlxe the credentUls of LI
Jiun niiur. ur io iaii m wiin inv
iaee t.roi!. has bn seized utn
I1' Qd one of the other na
1 loiw a- a pretext lbr a continued at-
titudeof holillty, Italia dbclalaw
any desire or intention to acquire
territory, but frankly declares that
any agreement to refrain mut be
uuauiiuous. This is practically the
attitude of the other European pow
ers; if there Is any grabbing done
iney intenu to joiu ine game,
phe attitude of this government
j ,h Iuttions become embroiled
s the principal fcubject dlK-ussed at
the daily sessions of the Cabinet.
That we will make a firm stand for
frw to the 0rk.uta, marketH is
freely announced. hat we will do
in ease it seems lest lor certain of!
tlie lowers to make a concerted stand
uhwt the aggressions of. some one
" ... ,00
power like Germany, la a more seri-
The gravity of the situation has
Ii'uiikujil a fuvlvol ti 1 111 t . I L- . 4
he stated that no call will le issued !
unless some change in the diplomatic
, , 1
wtuailon makes it lnipurative to
recognize a condition oi war in C'hi-
Like Manv Other Towns.
It may le a surprise but it is true,
that the regular church attendance
is ny no means what . it should le.
ioorucit icin rw. i ne popuia-
tion ot the Twin City is about 20,000.
toiiy one-tourth is colored. That
eaves at least 15.000 whites. Thtre.
,, , PBHino- ri.iirrhM ni'fhoHKfar
lent uemoninations. The averaee
erp murcii wime
wee nignt services are losnmiy
attended to hgure to any great ex
in the estimate. Thus we have
M 5,000 people; 14 chun-hes; aud
alniut fi.OOO who atlemi i hnreh ro-.
al in nan whn H nntl
These figures are not accurate but
are In the main true and shows an
I 1 I J I
-a 1C6WUS "OS
and fashion? the weather? indiffer-
.iwl r.o v, ...I ..,! . i i. ,f
n. .- o .o
MS1""1" " 8'- wuav; me lacia
nresenteil arp evident ThflnnMInn
P"111?1 are vident. Ihe question
a serious one ana appeals to every
... .... . . .
ereaso e.hiireh ftttpiirlaneo. ami flisd
by the good example, of attending
church regularly themnelves.
Preacher Had Grit.
A Louisville, Ky.. 'patwr relates
I Whila hi- .hnr. uaa kimnmrr
over his head. Rev. Gav Rrvant.
I leader of ft hnline rnnorPtrfltlnn at
Shoal Creek Tenn., preached a scath-
iug seruiou io a uioo oi iou iieopie
, l .,. Um ui. ui..M
Brvant had been warned away from
thI neighborhood hv th nAnnl
a way a r- r-zt I 1 1 inv w u n huhi ii
the threats. While he was preach-
ing to his people last night the mob
formed anil aftr snturatinv thA rnnn-
- .... ..
dation or tne irame cnurcn witn on,
to the door
h thf ha
devil was leading them in their at-
tack on God's people. He was told
again to leave the place or he would
be treated toa coat of tar and feath-
From Small Beginnina-a.
From the list of peddlers have
a I come some of the greatest captains!
. r y am a a .
ColllaP. Huntington first 'bxrsineii
venture was a Daddler of clock.
Tiey sold exce lent rat traps and
vwm auuo wbuuvii
ot tneir mammoin lortunes.
Bubonic Plague at Glasgow.
Glasgow, Scotland, August 30.
Eleven persons are now suffering
from bubonic plague here, and five
others have svmntoms of the
. e post mortem or. tne ooaies
I A-Wv . ahaaaAa. a ata IIaJ FaaMa
I lilin I1H1MI1IH WW Bill I aa-al IIIIIII LUH
olatrue Aue 27th establishes the
disease as Duoonic piague.
x u loruigu uuus jib aro in uuixi-
municatlon with the medical au-
I thoritles and all Glasgow ships
Had Enough of Nigger.
We thought we had eliminated
the nei?ro from nolltlea. bnt some
i I .
k to d htm back, and they
J . ' "
pw.iorm mueu au.ua ur ai wiih
We n't need any or
nlgger cry cany Wortn Carolina
for Bjan, and every effort to bring
ti a a M mar
I on tne negro win lose votes ior
I Bryan. Gastonla Gaxette.
..untmu- tin.A .,n
TISSUES Of THE CAtJPAICX.
V ItmmcrmLic Vm.r D1m, TWm
Mr. ttryan and hi aaoclair.M ILaiS
ituprrialiaiu. trut, ud blzuetatiai tr j
ih great iu uf ttM Naitotiai
paiga. duaie nryas paper My iLl la
North Carolina we iul hate a rtilval
of the oegro queaUoa tUi, we prv
ume, all the abu. tt rpitbeU. tit
iialred nd the grueral dctuura.liatloa
lLal every ou anow Lave alTchar
acteritrd campaigu of tuu ktu4. It
uch a campaign were neceatarj u
tuaiutaiu the a4preutcy of lb Uii
rice, we a-teert twat the pnee would j
uok be too great; a it t not needed lor
this purpuae, it ia foolish aud danger
ous. Vet aeveal leading nc papers
are ia,i, ling liat lhoe wbo demand
I lie lultitluirni ot Deiuocratic plrdgra
as to the belter fteling aud complete
4 olitiual ffeedotu to couie
adopliuiiol the auieoduieut
...... &a a. a . ' a. .
insist inai iue -auipaigu be lougot up-
ou the great issue that Mr. bryau has
srreviru, rneuiies ot Mr UMIU.
workinarfortueelec.ionoi McKtule, . !
.SiiiiinonUMl lreuclu-r la Cum- S
the Kayetteville correspondent of
toe .Ar-beville uazette says :
It seems that quite a number ol
preaeiiers wereiedntnrtera lo ttutcouu
ty. A rev. Mr. Jilmoti was mmi con
gratulating one of tin parties wbo was
accused of stealing the registration
0 ok in tedar creek lowuship aitd ap
plied lo the sheriff a lew days ago lor
a jol, but bheritf liuriis did not ee.u
to lake iniii-ii ntcck in redhlrt preach
r. h luZ triZ
leauing eoiuriai oi ugunt rz, trie to
justify the killiug of uegroea in Wil
1'iieAortit t aroiina Kantit. in
mi ugton because s me .New York ne
grots had teeii killed by Yankee. 'Ibe
baptist in speaking of the riot iu W il
miogtou sajs :
" a wo yers ago peace and protection
demanded some severe measures in the I
oiiv of Wilmingtou. it ail
.ew ..ot rl M-. hillincr r.f . rwli,...
nv a nero ime ofticer ii th- riot and
It was not wo in Wilmiug-
' fhe North Carolina Baptist knows)
that inofleusive and unarmed negroes serve the peact, bdt luauad of Uu
were shot don in Wilmington. If the ing this they actually Joined tne
Kill. ng of negroes in .New Yora is
wroug it certainly is wrong iu Wil-
III 1 1 i( Lull.
ine Uaptist is a peculiar paper. it
cuuiaiiis prohibition editorials wheu
there is no campaign on haud. U flflt, flnng ndi ,leVer ceased, apnng
prays ior prohibition and voles against ,ug up on al ,l(Jttf In ine ai-
u. a religious as well as a political rection of lUu bridge over the iui
paper siioud denounce crime wherever perial canal being no most severe,
found. "Twenty rcveuih of June. To-
1 he Baptist knows ttiat wholetale
frauds and perjury were committed in
Cne late election. iheBaotiet kuows
, hut. frM -n-a..h . ,i ,
uU tne BoW" 18 ,,?'' te
It all denend on .ho ..t ia
rtHi with some people."
Tobacco Crop 8hort.
JPyner. ln Greenville Kefleo-
Much has Ijeen written and said
atKjut tne crop of eastern North Car-
obna. Tnere have been manv ditf-
kreUt opinions expressed as to the
snortage. in acreage and condition,
1 31V On 11 OliltllOn tlAM IjBHU LliAt t ll
aci-eage was not cut more than tweu-
ty-tive per Cent., and primarily I do
' - "
noi tninit tnat tne intent oi the ftr.wiwi: -
I . , ... ,, . . Mnnrmbe. l: Burke. 3: cabarrua. it;
iuuvo u. i.uau iiui,
nn nrmN nhnrt in
I auHj aa aaa va w n vv fiivi aaa a'aaaaa karB I
ndas cotton at that time wasseiliug
at a fair price there was a very not-
di piautiug tobacco put their land
U" cotton. The punier section of to-
I . .
OacCO-liroWinir in the east that k
. . ... .ts. . " .... '
i hju uu ivocay .uouui
has not this year twenty-rive per
cent, of a croc a commred with
last year, on account of scarcity ot
plants. I know a farm where last
year there was fifty acres in tobacco,
this year there Is seven; and while
J . a. 4 .a
1 as a mailer oi courw inu conamou
does not exist over a great section oi
the east, yet the shortage Is much
greater than many at one time
it would be. Now. as to
th i-.iiui.tnn. it ij bimnio luut
VHy . " T af "wa
"f" ""T T.5
anu 1 "ve never Known as . poor
. I . r . a aa
eonaations as nave existea lor ue
i - -v "r
to uegm witn, mere was nine rain
to grow tne crop, ana it grew op
spindling ana small. Aoout the
time curing commenced the neaDugs
, . th , .UTOarj.nCe and have
hrnrked havno in manv rtftirtn
There will be in Pitt and adjoin-
imr wwinties this vpar lnt rr 1 nharm
1 o -
srandiny on the hill the firnt of Sen-
""V" I .1. 7 7 ZI
Ka Wn 111 I II IK 1 If ftl 1 III IIIKIIV VHnrH.
I " J waw
ever. I.was astonished to travel
through the country last week and
scarcely been touched, and I am told
(hut in I r,rMt.A numtv It fa vn
worse than it is here. I think that
thlor this vear wiU be better
j - '
h.n it -ha. hn in aoma Mtr, nr.!
least the first curings will be,
i,, vvrr t ,v
there has been no rains to interfere
with the curing and fill the tobacco
with san. thus causlntr it to splotch.
I . . . ..
n the whole, tne condiuon in
east is the worst I Ver saw.
homielde occurred at Ed. Anderson's
tne : j.a. Ca rr.CoU A. M. Wad
j dell aIl4 chafrma,! Simmons have
reaa . announced their -candidacy
nr. the U. 8. senate, and ex-Governor Jar -
I . . . .
I vis, it is laid, will also be a candidate.
CMiusi emeui? oiaiv. tk
J public lb foil j leg iUU tvu i
lb Utary w! tAg b Cnia w&iat (
tn Pkla pabllatted to tb Norih'
China Nw ;
"By the fourth f Jua ta Unr
iutiwt uJ Uguniwtx up m1
dtroy in railway bvta t'ekio
Mad Tio Tain, aaa frvm that da
also bgan to atr tbe city wait
A fvJua, uuwumg la al toe rat
of over one tnouao4 a day. xx in
li tue, although in outlaws Ugaa
Ut wholeaale alaugbUvr of whil
tlana and burnlug of cboixbta o--Jdo
Of feklo inone ul the latl.r
ne bevo Ult landlng. As inaay
as could eacp among the Caru
tiaus ibvn poureU loto ihs capital,
taking r.tutf In the leg auoue. f b
tate of affairs, 1 may y, xiaimi
ia the capital durlag Lb Uiat day
rhlri.rilli.,f Jan-. lV-J -Ahoul!
aftar the j.u-k wniu la ln UnlTafeUy of ' - 1Ca',1V
, aud whon,0 ,1 saw four places on flrw.wberv-!'' mu,i va 44
loo.hiup-!Upvn I lutnediauly r-turnM u!trai,B 0,1,M t'l .
pvn l initnwaiaieiy
my house, QtMequently
mat all the churenwa and
tui an iuv vvhivuot iui-.wm
property inside theutrn oiy bad
motion aud rioting, niwelly in the t
aiier wnicn a greai, lutuauf ui n
tl 5 firing succeeded. Thu waa due
to thoae places belugnear the Kua
"This was the beginning of actu
al hoetllltlea The govern men t feel
ing that, under the circumstance,
iho matter had got beyond recall,
accordingly decided for Ihe lira i
timo to oruer out tho Kanau corp
to attack the various legation.
"Twentieth of June. At 1 p. m
to-day Kanau begau tiring on the
Auilrtan legation from the frtnow
palace. The firing lasted all bight.
Twenty rl rat ot June. At 1 :.10
p. in., the Austrian legation wa
captured by the Kanau troops ami
at abont 0 p. m . they began aetting
fire to the buildings near ry. A
uighl fell the buildiags juBt east of
the Austrian legation, namely, the
bank, and the
dollar mint, got on lire
"Twenty-second of June.-A the
OUmlDK b)k W6 COuld eo thai
conliagration was spreading aud
burning more fiercely man er.
rhe soldiers belonging loJuugi.ua
own rjersonal coiuiuaud came on
tae gne nsloro order auU pre-
I Kanu men in getting loot. r.Venie
dally It was round mas juu. uu (
i m m ... . in, irri.ariuii ai n i.ar -
i uw u ai uajf was r a-- v .
l i'ntv. r..nrth of June. Com-
I . .
day the liritish legation was taken
ana tne foreign troops vooa. reiuu
In a lane. The houses la Chia liug
atreet had by this time all been
ourneddown to the ground, scarce
ly any being left standing.
Here the diary ends. A iiur
rm - .,n.,mi fn. .lin nub-
lished in the North China News
mnnrm. mnr.,i tha atatamenta.
NORTH CAROLINA'S TEXTILE MILLS
i he August number ol the orm
Carolina Bulletin, irsued by the State
Department of Agriculture, shows that
thre are zoi cotton miiis, it wcwieu
I 'it as I II Z aft.. ia.a
I BlUl S DU O Bl IK UI I US 1 II ,UC DHW,
1d8 toUl of tt milhl-
. , .1 OA. 1 I. I.. 1.
alJwell. 2; CaUwba. 8; Chatham, 2;
t:howan. 1: Cleveland. 14; iravea, 1:
futuberland, 11; Davidson, J; Durham,
7; Edgecombe, 5; Koraylh, 6; Frank-
; uncoiu, K,aa.ru.8l,,,.,...
U; Moore, 3; Montgomery, 5; New
I If. 4 aa m i a O I &a a la aff A fl Iff 7
nuutr, 4 ; ui uSt, , i . ,
i. rik 1- H.ni.l..h. 14: Kich-
., , . -
m0Bd. "5 Kobeaon, 1; Kociingnain, 7,
Kowan, a; Kuinenoru. a, """.'i
Unly.5; 8urry, 3; Union, 2; Vanre,
2; ake. 4; Wayne, 2; Wilaon. l.
Nearro Ilaaced la Marylaad.
Bellair. Md-, Aug. 31. William
Black, colored, waa hanged bare at
7 :4 1 o'clock this mornioir. . H e meet
leata calmly, althoogo he waa plain
I 'v nurrom on hia vit to the scaffold.
T I aid haa for aareral dava naat been
U,"MbZ'2 a??ft uSi
--ult wmmitT on Mm Jessie
n j - tw..M
I Li.WU&UaU.a J veii'vav a a v av
Bd neir Abt)rd6en this county.
i ids negro overpowsrea ner in
n.fh of wood. Pahrnarr 21.
why He Waa Iefeated.
At bastonedefea'eJ candidate aeema
10 naTe i humor. F.
Moore, defeated by Dr. McNeill for
I . ? . t . . I r : ... .
tn legwiavare ia oruu...c. Wuu
writes the Southnort Standard a fol-
s -w the auestion ariae. why
a . . . a
Dr Mceiii wa. eiectear wny. mesa
l"' t"' TZ" J.T?'i
because he received more votes tnan I
aia ,1. , 15 V ,
I . . . I L J!J t. n
mJw,,f occauwc a -
i ... . . . .
OI tne men?!a 1 "a ' " '
the people, like the doctor, were op-
PU I think every man hi a
for riht to, .vote ,for whom be Ple deJ
... a republican form of government. I
no l JL 10 tvbai"trike
me no.w. tn.at 1 m Det "e lIJ Terj
Lat Thursday Just before eundown
- distillery on Hcnting Creek. Jim Mar
al- low was struck with a stick of wood on
for the side of the neck and shoulder by
I a a a . it. a
1 Jim iewts, irom wnicn aeatu iouown
1 in a few hours, wiiEeshoro unronicie.
ft" . ... . f . II ... . t . 1
Thm 1m trviit frvi &r
CUrdo ar rtlmirj ml ItMv
ItW In L f iBttf vt iMNra
loar I k.a I .MW I ft fal
an.-M .U4 prt t t
1 dvplvattMt Uatu i trgta-
llugbtiie llagbea aya U taaa
Oit.kMi wtia auMM la a l
edil u ai.alt, Ml to aSiar La
The vliy of Chicago has vr 14,
Mi vuiptwj oa lb pA rvll. elti a
4 ol n dwpartruval vt lae M
ovratloa cvu ucii and tb miBstl.
Ta Mlae4U.a Ui aavlaa.
if , . . . m VM.kt t I aria
u wa .uil. mnd.
lr..j, iruui Jiu lu pM4da, aud Uw
"t u B !r
1 liar lot l- tuiave.a M..ooo .Ura
rfj 11 a III tm Urn alsj liaar tle plaul
ol lur mH lri.iie .! ai.U rert.lt tec
C' plaol. Iltf Milili tniitUlS ,llt
tell alofle tilU
lUv. 1. N. Irey, of lb lUUlfh
Ourtaliaa Advocate, was wiivkat
l'ieatoeal ol ihe North Carolina
I'reaa Aaaoclauoa at lb aaaua4
niMtin in Asuwtille laal wek.
I he twriitf -tbird anuual vt
the taulilTa o l.iU-r.) iwnittl in
t.aeHie it rtk. 1 lirre wrr !(
iliellitH-ra preaet, rrpreaUllb ta.
ola.ea. i liirt) new tt.ni.t-ra (ra4-
Ulltll Iu IllVlViU' II.
llwatal I'frM Am. laliua awl In
AaUt-Vl.le oil laal WrJumli), 'la
lrcaat iIm stale a a aril frpfMruiJ.
a 1 u-etl ol a liea titwl la a waa tlu.
uuiclily li. ruurU. A banquet aaaglt-
ii ai (hi- ofeaiialioa Hotel.
Al. AaoociateU I'rea tllraU-i truta
vliKta aa a that Ariuour A hat
rr-i-U all o. Ucf IrolU tle Huaaiaw
Ao rriillirtil lor ailleu million KMid
ol be- ou lti lnut,to l--J ttie aviidirra
ol lite Cxar iu Likt
lan I arrar, ol t;aulrtury. Y.ug-
lauu, touiriuui- aj laiporlaut and
iiKt-!.l - rU Ir l j lb ryylrat Urf
Xaaiine NuiuUrul ll.r uil.k, all
I'd " i nrolfti.al i,haiiKa ol ira iu
Aiig.aud . ( l-i a )ru. 11m- ouuuuk
ouuiaujr, Avw Vota.j
Ceurral Joe n he .rr will if o4 years
ol agr ."-p rmUr lOtti.aud ai.l tbeti
gu on Hie rrlirfl liai Vj Ut operaUou
wl luiiiiary law. drueral Iatt would
uuduUb.eUly aucceaU liitu If tt awtuol
lr the fact tnat lie tiaa already paad
toe aga limit.
Ul-kory, Calawha couaty, U becooi
lug tin? leadiuK dour luauulavturn.g
butrr ul llic Mikr. It bow tiaa law
rA er uitlla in opr ration aud taw new
uuet are goiug up. V Im-u ilae plau
are cwujpirted tb capacity ot iticae
ry'a unaa will t auoot boo warrela per
Tno ComuiltUx of the Houthern
Cutwu xaru opiunwia' AaauciaUon,
ol which lir. J. 11. AtcAUeu, vr
Cuarioliv, u Chairman, iu ia oou
lereuco a 1'nliaUelpuia iaal Woe a
witu acomuiittoeoi tne former
Cot too Yarn Mpinnera awua.
luwjr arwu auaa lua Oacrt aaw ia
price wl Mlwa yarn ia uu to over-
oruUuction. Ilia believed arrangw
uieau witt be maue ior rauuetug
Nino hundred and ten people
were killed aud neatly 40AI in
jured in ine shop and facUiflea uf
.Sew Vora alouv in &J. la the
wnoJe cipaaian war, Including the
lioosevelt oaa Juan affair, tnrv
were but iaO Americana killed and
hut 1,57 wounded, l'na in dua trial
war under tnls ayatem it far more
fatal Utan actual war wim nog
range ril'.es, sutokcleaa powder and
An editorial ln the K. Y. J5un
state that American railroads .car
ry In a year the great total of I,
(JiJ.UUoVM) tons oi frelgnt. laat
year Uie American railrwada trana
ported W,W)J to as of grain
whhe the traaaportauon of antnra
clte ooal waa Vi,JO,(H tons, or
percent, more tuau tlutt ot ail
grains collectively. The trans por
tauon of soft or bituminous uwal
amoanted last yar to 3JVJ'J0I(W)
Mr. Jamea Barnes, who waa sect oat
to .South Africa aa the bpeeial Corre
spondent of the Aw York Ostlook,
has had a varied experience in his ad
vance with the Britiab troops. Ue haa
been well to the front throughout, ex
cept wbej ftlneaa drove bim totnenoa-
pital, and hl lettera, liae hi well
Knjwn novels and books oa naral aab-
jects, have the element of dirertnaaa.
Ireahneaa and vivacious narrative. He
c.ntnbutes to the September Magazine
Number ol the Outlook an article illus
trated chiefly by photograph taken by
himself, on the entrance ol the britiab
into Pretoria. (13 a year. Tha Outlook
Company, Sew York.)
Work Boca Wajra.
Topeka 8tate JoaroaL
Wnen a man leaves the opposition
and eomes over to your polmeal
party he is the poaaeaaor of good
sense aud judgment and is a patriot.
Wnen he loaves your party and Joins
the ranks of the other fallow's he ia
laeking In discernment . and never
poSMsod any conrietions worthy of
the name, anyway.