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"X tfE3ULT3 OP THE ELECTIONS.
Washington, lieaufort County, N. C, Thursday, November 7, iqoi,
Uruler Hotel Nicholson.
Full Line of
GOODS! E' PRICES!
nub a nimnjn a -
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J iJ i-i J 1 J J J J o
WVcr St , Stilley Latham Block
Oysters and Meals served in
all ttyles. Raw house near and
oysters served by measure
Liquors, Wines, Beer,
Cigars and Tobacco.
Tim ranr-wned F. P. Durand
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Drinks of the latest
Water Street, Stilley Block.
'"Art ' v to be 1 e
X Ues? days
that is rraWwr iu a
town the size of Washington.
V"e will for the next 30 days
oil r exceptional values our
pi i es on all wool Kersey Jack
ets. former price 3 50 now 15,
fo: ;:ier $7.o0 now $6, former $9
no 7.50, former $11.50 now
$10. Silk Plush Capes, 27 inch
lei) ;th at the low figure of $2 50
for aerly $4, the '$1 Velvet Cape
at 85c, the $1 25 at 1, and cor
re-,iOuding prices all the way
tbr ugb. We liavoA complete
-"" Sockets in
11 lJ"ijil.Tli.iii.ijjl fm ' f IjOCUS
st i full to overflowing with
ml he latest fabrics fcr this sea
so 1 A visit to our store will
repiy you. Fuil line of floor
coverings and furniture.
J. F. Buckman.
Chiefly on tho Republican
Maryland is Still in Much
.'utumany U all was Tuesday
overthrown by the allied reform
foices, led by Seth Low, R"pub
licn, the fusion candidate for
mayor of Greater iNew York,
who defeated Sin purd, the Demo
cratic candidate, by a majority
approximating 40,000. Jerome,
fu.-ion candidate for district at
.orney, also triumphed over Ungtr
but by a small majority. The
Democrats claim that the official
couut ih give them some of the
minor t!Ii;es. In the State at
largo tho Repudiicans were gen
erally successful and will control
the assembly by an overwhel
Ohio went Republican, and possi
bly by an iuereased majority.
Sem'or Foraker ac 10 0 clock
Turrday n:ght announced that
Gov. Nash would have a plurality
of (50,000 over Kilbourne (Dim.),
and the inct.mplcte returns seim
to b' ar out this optimistic forecast.
The legislature doubtless will
have a safe Republican majority,
insuring Senator Foraker's re
Maryland's vote is difficult to
count, and the returna received
leave the result in much doi bt.
Baltimore, which tho Republicans
counted upon carrying, is claimed
by both parties. The legislature,
it is believed, will be Democratic,
which will mean the return of Mr.
Gorman to the United States
Senate. The Kepublicans are
charging the Democrats with
Virginia is Democratic, of
course. Mr. Montague's majority
for governor is estimated at
25,000. The legislature will be
Iowa, with a light vole, is
largely Republican, and Massa
chusetts, with a heavy votr,
gives Gov. Crane (Rep.) a ma-
jjrity placed at G0.000 over
Jesiah Quincy (Dem.)
Kentucky is Democratic, as
whs expected, and the legislature
chosen Tuesday will elect a Demo
cratic United states Senator to
succeed Mr. Deboo (Rep.).
Nebraska, Mr. Bryan's State i
again Republican, the fusion can
didates for supremj judge and
regents of the State University
being defeated by a majority of
at lenst 5,0 CO.
New Jersey elected Franklin
Murphy governor. The K -pub
lican majority is les3 than 10,000.
The legislature ii Republican.
Pennsylvania hts gone Repub
lican, but by a greitly reduced
rmjority. Tae Repulican3 claim
to have carried Philadelphia by
35,000 over the fu3ion'ust3. The
contests in Pennsylvania are so
mixed thai authentic returns are
Rhode Island elected Repub
lican S ate officers.
Itoiiis of Interest ConiU'twil
Into Uriel' rururaplis.
HIS SWORD TO EE RETURNED.
Reports from points in Texas
Taken From a Federal Captain Nearj
Kinston by a North Carolina 0ffi"er j
Who Promised to Give it Back.
A hpeci'd rrom 0:lumi)ia, S. C,
Bhov that there was frost Mon- IU,K
I he r .rnar.ee of a sword tir.i
ha? been dr.iwn under t.vv- llis
ant oil n (I i i a third, will be
day niltt. This practically ends
the top crop o! cotton in north
and central Texas. .
A Manila dispatch says: The
United States transport Warren,!
owing to an accident in '.he island
sea, will be , docked at Nagaski,
Japan, where the United States
tiasport Sheridan is being repaired.
AtL-:ckharr, Texae, Tuesdiy
nigh', Eirl Striogfellow und
Frank Hall were killed in a affray
in a sdoon and Search Hall
was woundyd. Stringfellow be
gin the stiojtirg, which wus re
turned by the Halls.
Col. J. Hampton Hoge. II -publican
candidate for Governor of
Virginia, was forcibly ejected from
the votings booth at LSlacksburg.
He callonged the votes of some
cadets all the Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and several stalwart
candets tjicted the candidate.
Tin time of the Schley Court of
Inquiry was entirely devoted Tues
day to hearing argument in the
case of Admiral Schley. Mr.
Hanna finished his argument in
behalf of the Department, which
begun Monday and Capt. Jos.
Parker begun but did not con
elude his presentation of the case
for Admiral Schley.
New Seeded Raisin!", Cleaned
Currants, Leghorn Citron, Lon
d)n Layer Raisins, Prunes and
Fms at J. r. iayloe s. t'tione
The State board of education
will this week apportion among
tho school children the Srst
100,000 directly appropriated
by the legislature, but cannot ap
portion the second $100,000 until
sometime after the regular meet
ing in January of the county
boards of education. The latter
boards will have to report to the
State superintendent the number
of school disticts in their coun
ties which have not sufficient
funds to run the . schools four
months, anu show how much aid
is needed for . each district.
This involves a great amount of
work, but is very necessary and
imriortaiit. Blanks have been
prepared to be sent to the county
boanis. Affidavit has to be nude
by each clerk of the court, coun
tv superintendent and chairuun
of th r county commissioners that
all fanes, forfeitures and penal
ties have tieen paid and that the
constitutional limitation of taxa
lion has been reached.
Stricken With Paralysis.
Henderson Grimett, of this
place, was stricken with partial
paralysis and completely lost the
use of one arm and side. After
being treated by an eninent phy
sic'un for quite a while without
relief, my wife recommended
Chamberlin's Pain Balm, and
if er using two boS'les of it he i
almost entirely cured Geo. K.
McDonald, Man, Legan county
.V. Va. Several other very re
markatle cures of partial paraly
s's have been effected by the use
of this liniment-. It is most widely
known, however, as a cure for
rheumatism, sprains and bruises,
sold by Dis. V. A. & J. G. Blount.
Fresh Peanut and Cocoauut
Brittle at J. F. Tayloe's. Pnone
told in Mi.ridfn, C jr.')., in a few
days. At the ag o fifteen .1. P.
K. Neaihifrry lui't tire Univar6'ny
of North Carolina 10 enter the
Confederate army. At seventeen
he was lieutenant, and at eighteen
in command of a company.
At the blooJy batt'e of Wise's
Fork, near Kirrstou, in Marc'i,
1605, the Sixty-Seventh North
Carolina, in which was Company
D, commanded by ) oung Neath
erry, was pitted against tise Fif
teen' h Connecticut, and Captain
Neatberry, The Connecticut officer
asked to keep his sword, but the
Nutth Carolina soldier refusal,
as the regulations a3 to prisoners
of war would not permit it. How
ever, be promised that rt both
survived he would return the
weapon to Captain Waterman
after hostilities ended.
For more tbar a third of a
century Captain Neatherry has
made inquiry of all persons he
met from the Nutmeg state about
Captain Waterman, but heard
nothing. A short timeago Amos
H. Osborne, of Waterbary, 'Jonn.,
stopped in Columbia for a fuw
days. He is an Odd Fellow and
paid a visit to Palmetto lodge.
Captain Neatheny, who is grand
master for South Carolina, was
present, and met Mr. Osborne.
He told him of the incident on
the battetield, and Mr Osborne
promised to try to find Captain
He was successful, and has
just written to Captain Neatherry
that Captain Waterman is a mem
her of Meriden Post Nr. 8. G. A.
R. It is proposed that tho re
turn of the sword shall be maae
in a public manner a; Meriden,
and that before the assembley peo
pie. It sLall be presented to Cap
tain Waterman as it was thirty
nine years ago. The sword bears
Lieu'enan'. Reuben Waterman
Company E, lath Regiment, Con
By bis, friends iu Meriden,
May 2:5, 1SC2.
In the anticipation of fighting
under General Gomez for the
liberati nofCub.r, thesworlwas
taken out of its resting place and
put in order in lS'JS. It will be
sent by express to Captain Water
man, with a note from Captain
NetUberry, who expressed pleas
uro at being able to redeem the
promise made on the battle deld.
f FOR ONLY )
Its with the greatest pride that we ask you
to see this masterful piece of women's appar
eling this smart, up-to-date Cloak that
no other store in the city can approach at the
price in point of quality, style, fit and finish.
APE AS f&094!f
Garnet, O-istor, Tan, Brown and Black.
The natty Jacket has, heavy liuing full
front ani back, all seams are beautifully
tailor stitched These cloaks are equal in
stylo and quality to the rery best offered
elsewhere at $3 50-
Our Low Prieo, $6!
J. K. HOYT,
Perfect Fittins Clcthier.
THE OTHER SUES ARE PUSHED
To keep the pace that Tayloe is setting in
running a modern store. It take3 push for
a new man to take the lead over all others
in the field. Tayloe has the push and .has
taken the lead.
Bread is the Staff of Life
A sk your dealer for one of Hof
heimer's Union 5's Cigars, and if
iou dou"t like it blame us.
Is Your i-ite Worth 25 Ce-nts?
Consumptives, we know that
you have btcn disappointed many
:imes, but make one more effort
to be cured. Gooch's Mexican
Syrup has curtd thousands and
it will cure you Consumption
is the result of the food mated ii
that should g to support the
body andsus ain lif" being ab
sorbed and thrown off la tuber
culous matter To overcome this
was'eof vital force and restore
the nourishment lothe system
in its natmal course, is to cure
This is accomplished by Gooch's
Mexican Syrup. It controls
c -ughs, night sweats, spitting of
blood, soreness in chest, inflam
ed tbroat and lungs, ilitricuity of
breathing, heavy coushs accom
panied with expactora'.ion, and
parched lip-. We know you
have been 'disappjin'ed many
t mes, but make one rsore effort
to save yourself. You fan buy
a bottle of Gooch's Mexican
Svruo for 25 cent?. It cures a
simple cough as if by magic, and
is the be t remedy for whooping
Mother's Worm Syrup.
Best worm medicine. Chil
dren like it so well they eat it on
Hire you ever smoke! one of
Hofheimer's Union 5's? If not,
Self Raisincr and Oid Fjshion
Buckwheat, FlpichmaDo"s Com
pressed Yeast, Peitijohn's Break
fast Food, Grape Nut, Cracked
Wheat, Cream of. Wheat and a 1
tible delicasies at J. F. Tayloe's.
Nashville. Tens., June 12, 15.
Dr. C. J. MnFTRTT, Sf. I...h:s. Mo. -I
can truly say that your TKKTIIIN'.V i
th fmMi. Ucioiujr to tootliiiij Hii'ir. ii
th-t the woriil has cttoihi i -,, ,
usrtl it, two years, and io not lite to he
without a box a'lthe time My 1-al-y
wou'cl hanlly hnve HvH tlvoutA Ms sec
ond summer if I had not u-H your r,w
dVrs. He is now tnii and wo' 1, and
has all liis tvth. I never a! low an op
jKirturitp to without recommending
TKETH1.VA to mothors. AUyeJod r.
ward you for the jr od you have done
toothing bales through this remedy.
MU.S. A. G HfSSELL.
And therefore good flour is a necessity.
Quality is the best flour mid?. He keeps it,
In large C
t -urn ji arw-w n i
tmis Are Kept
JOS. F. TAYLOE.
West Market street, just around the corner from the P. O.
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