page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
irn. J-.' , ,? f"
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
fi II1IIPKII, Proprietor.
Ter m m $1 OOPo:
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, NOVEMHKK !
Nature should be
assisted in the
spring to throw
tie heaviness of
jj the sluggish winter
circulation or tne
does it so well, so
prompt or so safely
as Swift's Specific.
I have used 8. S. S. for a number of
Tears, and consider it the best tonic and
wood remedy that I errr used. In fact
i wouia not attempt to enter upon a
sprint? or summer in this climate with-
H. W. Coleman,
i oicman, rertruaon 10 .
Dade Citv, I"U.
Our bock On BJocxi find Stin niscases
j: "nailed free.
' Swtt SrariTto Ca. Atlanta, Ga.
' Fo -kl.
v.-i bm ptmaeUv cured thoi-.usds
"6f ensrs prononnetv,! Is- Jx tors lmpe-
leas. If rou leive ,.i -eiiumitorv svinp-
Breathing. rf. , don t il lnv, lmt uso
Pisos cntK koii r NsfM vtion
nnmediatflv. Iiv Iriiirici3ta. Jo eeiita. i
Tfie Convertible Policy
The Convertible Policy Uued by
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT t
LlfJtU4i aaco Ovoipiny I
MWlftdea '.! th iireml features of the
'oip-iDV. rtth th aortuion of a pvtir
mttsed C'ti-ti SurTr-itilirr tii'ur, which
m ill pHl aa any lime aftrr two y ear !
'iWiiuiii Imebfm paid, if demanded.
:. ry Policy has endorad upon it a.
lablvanuirta-r ia tit&fn rlffurea lh nrv
.m- jtraoted br th oparjy
1st option. Cash surrender value.
2d otioo. Amount that may be bor-
rooted from the eoaipar oa the pol-
3d option. Kxtanded inauranca for full
mount Of the policy.
Thw ia IM met liberal pol-T yet of-
Twtd and ia the safeet insurance to be
fcvai y dollar paid geu a dollar's
wKk of Insurance.
No I one by lapse.
Htaadtby persons between fourteen
aa-i seventy iosur-jd.
tattit tt rmAriTrirr f r-
wwuii j. Miaayii4Ujj vx
Foandrs and Machiciats
latf4eriTr and Dealer :n
X&aBiarrs and L)eler .n
t 4 " -
IIBUHH lUIl.STS' iWtUll
BmUtmirf KaxlOM. Bollri.
aw wun.-mKtmw it tit-orr nchi
Wtinpnpnd to do Cui,c) cl mil linit
in4 1 m &l : .' a a sm rli.ir, rrmr
B rBl ca ot ail Ondc
will tM clmtl to clv plana and MUmat.
aaaay tt oilpttPnorBnamhlnary.
.Voara th atmta forth sale of vh Ajner
MU Saw. AJao for 6L A A. Barsamln't oie
rataAXnd traaUbl aUo Valvar
tv aattalartory taaraatofi frr all work
sa, - rrncaawwiy
THE BEST rOJOWN REMEDY.
CiMrra enorhM and
la 1 te DT4 wltht Palm.
Prevent Stricture. Contains no
aorid or poisonous sabataiiccs, and
is guaranteed abaolately harmless.
La rertbel bv physteiana and
reeomended by arQinrists. Price SI.
Sold by draoiixtA. Bro(8ab
otittrtM. Ai-mfrtt.rn.ro I Xi..s.n i n
forth CAROLiNA-craren coanty.
in the 8aprtor court. Borore the oierk.
C E. paimat . t xr. of e. H. mil, Dec'd.
ifirtb Hiii. EMib"th owen. wm. Bowen.
1 boa. Howrn. Oo toen.Ct Bowen,
w.uHin. wio Harriet Hin, came uiu.
Mary t . Masoti; monta mimhiti. Liwreocf
Llaaie aill. eentlop tv.n. frriuo Miu.
Uaev W.-tUil. Aadr
iw Hrvaar, and wife I
Marw Brrrnat mma V. 8. raiaier.
AiH.Ttet I1JIL Tl.nnaa Ma.on.( hrlr.
Mmeon, George W.Hlll, mcd Lawrence H'U.
rjnrrM Hill, lienrjiiui Jonft. L mo Hi;,
vMkXM Hill, and Kerrldo H al.
Too wiu iaa notice uti a apeeiai p-o-
reedioc entul-d as above baa ben com-
menced 'n tbe ?opriiT coart of crD .
County. North CarollBa, be: ore the Clerk of
nid cnrt. tne parpo-o whtcn ta toa.li
10 make latu to pay debia. retrain real
c a ate of kdwajaf BU HHL, deed . lasted In
(riTtn County Soft n Carolina, and peel-
Bed tn toe netltlOB In tDUcaoae in wuicb
joa - re intereetea a netrs at law or devta-
eeo.td uwwia Hui. dfe'd.
And yoa wilt farther take notice tbt
too are re40Mtet to appear at tbe orfic :
of th i.erk of the Boner lor Court of Craven
ooonty or2-cmxoiiaa on tb nth day oj
riovembcr at the Coirt Honae In aald (
aoanir nd tmwu or demur la the petition
of toe d aint iff ir the rel ur ttere :i de in nd-
ad wtll t'-a tirotr,l
"This Hi il Jtyof
. ' a ri'k.n ; n:i.
i ' rk s: p. i out I
OlTll 'TUF.s OK AMI I
fAllJiM 10l!4TK! T.
IN A D M : RA LTY .
MAR5HA1.'- So-rrr- o eniCRi.
lii. a 1"I teth 'ri fi'.-d In tt tm
trlrl i onrt of ,.b- I nlKtl Stat-- lor ilie l'n
trlot of P ni :ico ' n lb" trrt I'l tnci (
.Sortti irv.ir on ti.- :- of overal'r,
A B. U1 br C. K. TI.. ;!.. -Jr.. J-o . proctor,
m artivif of jm-- h H.-&a. ir-int th
tlMiDr Ci-of'.r. ta -kie. t'a fi icd
faraltnrt.nu i p: m :houtlrriiiiinJ
mODllK'n II tne ..'-.r .inn a.; or. in-
MUil lit tn , i 1 r , , :r rk e, p
matml aanf lorriUti" trmv lv .t ' to anew, r
tli prmlii' n.l : ' e r o.-.-.d ; rn t.-tnc
hmii, that tO iie ruty i!iHnr4 lr ff
old aod the pt 1 ' ' j -'il
rVr(nr 1st va -nr", r -,h ' n .l tnnl
t on nnffCr 'ro ' '' . . :,. m- !'
itd aad Je.: vcrJ. i eJ m.i u e
(eDraliT no'o a 1 r'r ' " V
iodlec U- t..J r.a . ;:i.ui Inm e:
tbareln. and to U. ! Anlr.is owner of -aid
nenpatm. n "P" .I.'" rtr o fo-
ih aformai.t .-. n r- t - v . f n p - ri. r
on h !!Hh eav f ..v-ii.-' '.-''. 1' l ' -r
court -lar. ur c; t o-i a- re it - 1 1 A
tt t i ..--- mbf f'-rtii
tusn anil I tni''' it rt : ho u i i t-e! n 1
tm tSctr ! ....,. ' t t" a'f
Pat'd ' ev t ni-
y ember . A . I. !
Jv.iM v H. lint
I ' . M a-
U 1 li
There Is Prob.bh M-r - Soap
Brought to ih- : " .
any othT i" '': t
thia? lWou-e t j . . t AT.. ,V-r
mined to fee. p cK-in. an 1 h .ve rv
thing abt ut Lht-o. ("ir 1
And riuht hor- !- ir" r- r, I k. cp
Tansill St Co - C r: th-v are th
ourest an i e t- r'. ' '.v ri. t ;e. all
good Smnkr sy ir I sr j
ol w l'.h
And doa't y ou the Ct '
be given awav "i: -.n V, u m
win money ' Wm I. PAI.VFK
THE race may be between Cleve
land and ltlainr.
IIAKRisi' has lost his li.it and
13 oat in the cold.
CLEVELAND has s'cut i-nn jc r.t n
lalions to (iovcroor R'ljell.
The People luivc- reiudi.i ed
n.arris,jn and his adaiinit-triit oLi.
TuE Treasury Dc-p-irtrntiH lia-
beguu aKdtti tue purchase ot puver.
TUE Nashville Argonaut nas
moved its Qaarters to Rocky
I3ahv McKr.E's soliloqay. "Fare
well, a long farevell, to all my
The whipped rooaters of Craven
are crowing lustily over the gener
al result. Hurrah :
Will it bo the two Ca Cleve
l.tud and C iiapbell. or the two Pa
Pat!i-i ti and Palaicr '
It ha beeu demonalrated that
iron can bo made iu the South
cheaper than in the iorlh.
Mr. Gladstone declinea the
nuujiiiaiiou for the Rectorship ot
the I'mverMty ot Aberdeen.
Rkkd ami McKinley are as elite
tuaiiy squelched as it tLey were
lUrowncd iu the depths uf the sea.
, ... .
Lo you want to see tun T U ait
until led is ou the door and Crisp
in the chair. "Sk n the cat" wont
be a circumstance to it.
Tuesday' election brings
Rlaine and Allison to the front as
cne leftdlug Republican candulatts
lor the I'residencv.
The coons didn't stick np to
Haskell. Haskell ought to nave
h.ul more senae than to trust them.
Ti.lman's majority i a large one.
Ik McKinley is elected, ot
which there are serious doubts, he
j will soon le a tit picture ot the
parot after the monkey was done
I,. ' , ,
here now are Republican
j principles f Grandfather's hat
'miaho,!. RP,l'a hflllr.hmrl hn.red
7 spanked and'8enate, do you suppose Vance and
' , Kansom would eo on his bond T
seiib tu ueu.
Harrison and Miller went Every Democrat bounced by
home to vote. While there they the present Congress has teen
had better look after thing?; have J re elected except Venable, of Vir
tue blinds dusted and tbe front ginia who declined a renomina
yards cleaned up. j tion.
So, Craven County didn't roll A law wcnt into effect in Lonisi-
DP Democratic majoritv worth a
icent, but Craven Democrats are as
happy over the general result a
' any body can De.
The Republican party of "orth
Carolina will be represented in the
next Congress by one solitary col ;
ored brother, a sort of black and
i tan. He is a proper representative '
of the Tag end down this way ot the One ot the beat results of the
busted g. o. p. Wilmington Star, j election is the triumph of the State
Again we call attention to the; J"ndicial tjcket. Xorth Carolina
New Berne Winter Fair. Itcom-jwlH haVe Jlldges who will keep
mences Feb. 23rd 1891 and w ill ! their trml,K' PQre
continue a week. It is the purpose' "McKinley of Ohio seems to be
of the management to make it the ! elected by a small majority." All
best of all. We appeal to farmers 1 rigtjt. He will be fed from the
in Crayen and surrounding coun- j same spoon that Reed passed
ties to do their part in the splendid among Democrats,
exposition. Considering the lateness of his
North Carolina did splendid- appearance on the field and the
ly. Result: Vance returned to the obstacles in bis way, Mr. Mew
Senate; two sound Democrats sent borne mad. good race. He ought
10 the House in place of iiwart and
Brower: the parity of the j udiceary
maintained; county government
continued, and justice and equal
riguts secureu to every citizen.
IT is announced that F. M. Sim
onS and Clement Manly have
f,1rrnA,l a mirterabiii f.,r llio urae.
tice of Law in the citv ol Winston,
JhiS is a Strong firm
It is com
posed of lawyers and gentlemen
who rtflect honor upon everv com
m ani ty they enter. New Berue
suffers an inca Icn la bl e loss in the
reHOVal of I-. M. Simmons and
Clement Manly .
A BEAR got into the corn field,
and i t was proposed to pre ve n t him
from eating the corn. The neigh-
bora assembled and were for
utmuj iuiu imi; uni u goon n.irnr
e,l Johnnie said, - as the bear has
;i '.lie te:ir his
gotten in Th n.n.'ii l.i'mr and
;-e it d,iD:er, he is entitle d to the
corn." The bear is the Kepubli-
can, a,,d,oha, is the Bood natnred
L' I mut I ni "tlt,tV'V-,iriiii niKM "I.
I in Aro t ir h A r-r ,a r, K . W , , 1
K President Cleveland has
b-een interviewed on
t he results of
himself as delighted, and challenges
'ho r slit ol" any man in the country
to njivce more heartily than he
over the results; tariff reform was
tho great question, and thelKino-
party must uh on the
t rnm)lete victory is
The news ot the sale arric.il at
this porr yes'enlay of Me-srs
O'llncn. 1 1 1 : o ti . Mulli van and liar
ricgton, th" Irish patiio's, who
come to'this country as the repre
sentatives of the Irish Parliamen
tary party, will be heard with
pleasure by the friend- yt" In land
everywhere. Tuo attempt of the
15rith (rovernment to prevent
tbe-e gentlemen from emb.uking.
by arrest int: and arraigning them
on idle charges, and their escape
to Fran c and thence to the Tinted
States, has served to attract unu
sual attention to them and their
mission, and to awaken a sp-c -enthusiasm
over their visit here.
New York Star.
Clear tut- track for the Sooth. ,
-..w tor improvement., all over;
iet -theenomv and
"We have m
, ,, ,
the 1 eople, is the
they are urs.
'BY in ,1
HAT dill i r T Governor Russell
sas thi- t.tnff
and Force bill d
Mesk! rue! The Republicans
have.vt r J the handwntiDg on the
The south enters the race for
intelucual and material eupre-
We 'ouch nor hats to the Tariff
and F. n- lull. Thanks, veiy many
Cann'oN. he bl .tant blear-eyed
cur. a.- burnt to ashes in the great
f t; i ,ir loll .
i m ii , .lof.ntoa
and Mllkr tieieatea
leaves Cheatham the only negro
HOWELL, the originator of the
Force lull, w.ih swallowed up in the
tlfdL e,il I I'l Uii Kr ,
iiiKecoUti district went i.eput)
Rllt I hl'le WHS SOtlie Splendid
work b Democrats.
Democratic majority in the
Htu.M- one hundred and thirty-
four Noi t,,ik Virginian.
"When the people are aroused
anA ii,., ,Ki.u,.l- naaaaa tn
1 1 i v .' ( l li. V u . u, t rv am, e w
be a revolt and becomes a lievoia
Every prorniueut Republican
who went before the people with
the ekcDtiou of Reed and Lodse
have tte n defeated.
Senator Hearst is said to be
dickering lor the New York Star
for his od, now proprietor of the
San Francisco Flxaminer.
The peophW train ran into the
Imperial Express last Tuesday and
smashed t hings. Twenty thousand
barrels ot boodle were lost.
SrrrosE Iugalla had to give a
bond b!ure he coold sit in tbe
liQKom would go on his bond T
anQl 'llc Friday requiring the
rauroau companies to lurnisn
separate cars tor white and colored
1HK sooiiana -ect democratic
has entered upon a new volume.
11 13 uuw JU111 jearaoiu. ia
aQ excellent Democratic and pro
to have been elected,
we congratulate brother Batler,
of the Cancasian on his splendid
victor. tie will honor Sampson
in t tie btuate to which he baa been
elected by su large a majority.
Ndtiw is the time for Eastern
North Carolina to rise in her
strength and beauty. The billows
have receded and we can now
gather pearls on the sea shore.
IF Reed had to give a bond as
Speaker of the House, would Hen
derson and Alexander sign it!
Would Breckinridge, Crisp and
Mills go ou ic "from personal con
Very happy over the general
result, we uller swcial coneratoia-
tions to our friends in Wake and
ew Ltanover. Ashe, Daniels,
Ho.iitz and K;nri.l)nrv.
and Dully, we salute jou :
while in Europe that Bismarck did
hls t to bring on a war between
Germain and the United States
. J . I. . T', : 1 L ' .
at the time of theSamoan troubles.
but Ltuperor W" ill i uui overruled
The Loti syiilc Courier-Jonrnal
remarks that "the false census
der e to be booted from one end
of the country to t he other,'' and
the t.-.-e- w no are responsible for
it det-rve :
be booted, ditto. I
Mm n in 6rir.
It i pi opontd to contest Henja-
i.iiiklinV will, although he
has been dead an
Hi- U f ' t nif t I iiikIs
hundred years. ;
to Boston and ,
Phil idelphia. These funds now
agreate half a million dollars.
The he.r- 1 the great man of the
laet ceii'uiy iiotv demand that this
hat; i.l.-i on Mini be divided among
W hile the Fair is an East Car-
olma msi itution it is not exclusive,
M(tIJ V exhibits will come from alar,
Wo understand that there will be
some very tine horses ou the
grounds irom almost every part of
"it" t, Tne great racer
F.c I Hill ,
will he here, and also
i.e'reiuhment and Re-1
For many montD8 there has becn
general feeling of uneasiness,
amounting in some .nstances to
serious alarm, bat this la now
succeeded by a sense of security
. froffl ftnxiety
' and fills oar bosoms with gratitude
d We have
. . . i ,i
never doubted the
patriotism of the people. More
than OQCe we have qaoted the
word8 0f McDnffee : "The people
i the TTnifa1 Rfifna he a larcr anrl
almost counties majority are at-! tyr"nDy d oppression cannot live in
' tached to the Constitution. If they j thia free and fair Upd otr"'
can be convinced that it is in THE GLORIOUS VICTOGY !
danger they will fly to the rescue j the (ikand results of Tuesday's
i and save it." The McKinley tarifT battle.
j and the Force till weredanger NEW YORK.
, '". im)ui mcmauu
came t0 tbe rescue.
i The effect of the late election
DP0Q lae present congress is, 01
T ' J , ' '
i its influence unon national destiny
and personal liberty will very soon
v . ,
, ra caon in tha m aria rf ri m m .1 r'n
I , , , ., ,
, trade centers and agricultural
" "-" ui.i,o vummv,.,
I - .
xue res;orauon 01 tue
. , . . i- . 1
j Government to,its o.vn by legitimate
nhianr lh lmnninu.nl fho ncnnlc
i 1 UVJ ""i'l" u r "i' i
I will inspire confidence in the
l stability of public institutions and
the security of Dcrsonal rights,
Capital will shake off its fears,
labor rejoice in its rewards, and
i HntArnriiiA loan forward tn crander
. . ....... 0
' . .
i acnievemoncs. me piuturu tuai., -
, spreads oat before as is magnificent
t. . t .1 - - rt Annv.
XL W i3 IjICab LU 1UUUU O I ICC 1CJJUU-
lic ; it is greater to redeem ! With
f oKalrlcko r t imnnrialiam ctlioban
from her litnba the TJnitfd States
moves grandly forward to ber high
Bat if as American citizeus we
, . , , ., . .
feel tbe glow of enthusiasm how
mast our bosoms thrill with raptnre
as we look npon Nortb Carolina
Her liberties aepnre; the public
administration of her affairs under
the direction of her own patriotic
sons; ber firesides cbeered by tbe
presence ot virtuous women and
brave men ; her fields waving with
the fruits of arinnltnre ; her
mountains the store bouses 01 in
calculable riches; her institutions
of learning filled with sons and
daughters of genlas and "her
temples vocal with unrestricted
'THEY WOIfDEBED MUCH, XST
STILL THE GBfclT."
Wonderful, wonderfnl I In all
the history of parties in this coun
try, there is nothing so wonderful
as the election of Tuesday, Nov.
When news came that Sua sell
had carried Massachusetts people
wondered much, and still tbe won
der grew as all New England, the
Middle States and the great West
came trooping in battalions to tbe
Is tbe spell of party broken ?
Has the G. O. P. gone ont in per
petual eclipse f It is wonderful!
Memories of Lincoln could not save
it. Recollections of Grant and
Garfield were of no avail to delay
the catastrophe. All that was
sublime in purpose and splendid in
achievement was swept away with
the receding tide ol corruption and
infamy hurled back by the people.
Reduced to its last analysis, the
election is the judgment of tbe
people in favor ol lree America.
No party can ride booted and
sparred over tbe people. They
may be flattered and mislead by
designing demagogues, they may
even consent to be fleeced for the
benefit of others, but when the
citadel of their liberties is at
tacked they come like the storm
when navies are stranded, and
with thunder peal and earthquake
shock, proclaim their power and
How are the mighty fallen !
Reed and McKinley ! But yester-
day they might have stood against
the world, now lie tbey there and
Unon so. noor tn (in them rover !
"none so poor to QO lnfctn rever
1 ence." '
3o will It always be when usurp- j
erj challenge freemen to defend
- v. .
. ! fAa, Vrllnh Tri a
- - -
v. a.' v v v. v . i , v
wonderful, and still the wonder
. - -
ACCORDING to Latham, Alexan-
, V- . t , ,.
der & Co., lew lork, the cotton
crop of last year was 7,JU7,Ji
bales, valued at 1373,102,831. The
valne of the exports $250,567,334,
and home consumption $122,574-
They say the crop was over -
estimated. The present crop they i
; pat at 7,500,000. Other estimates!
! make it more. They say that those
in the South engaged in the cotton
ira(ie last year were successful.
In yesterday's notes we said:JXhe LegiBiatura will also be Alliance,
The whipped roosters ol Craven j thus insuring the defeat of Senator
are crowinglustily over the general ! Moody-
result, nurrah." We understand -Michigan Wholly Dmocraiic.
,i. .u-iauu Dbtroit. Mich.. November 6' The
that some persons think that shot j whe Demooratio state ticket i. be-
was flrd at our candidates. Not j lieved to be elected by from 6,000 to
at all. It includes ns all. If there G0 Pi"" .. Th DTar8hft:
1 also a majority in the Legislature by
is a Demoorat in Craven who did j about three majority in the 8enate and
not wear his spnra last Tuesday we br BOme fi,t8e" in the 0IUS? on Fusi?n
r J vote with the Patrons of Industry, who
are not aware or it. : ho!(j the balance of power.
1 It is safe to predict, from late returns.
i i i --m. , . , i that the State is Demooratio by 10,000
Arrival of Stanly In America. majority.
niw xork, november B. llenry M.
Stanley, the African explorer, accompa-
nieu oy nis wire ana rsmuy, arrivea
here in the Teutonio from London this
NO CHANGE SAVE EOR THE BET-TER.
It lias Itcfii Nothing Lms ,Thn a
Monster Tidal Ware in the North
Not only hava the wealthy and git at
manufacturing State of Pennsylvania
and Massachusetts elected Democratic
XT. " '
i C0DBin and Miohil..n Buch .
mighty change and reversing the order
of j of thing, has not been equaled for
Tears, and it 00 lv COeS to trow that
New York. Nov. 5
World estimates that the Dmocrau
will have a ms jority in the next Con
gress of between 63 and ST. Tbe Mail
and Express ooncedes a Dmocratic
I maioritv of "at least 50." ThnEvenina
i Sun places the Democratic msprity at
1 hout sa."
I Returns up to noon show that the
Democriu have olected 67 Assembly -
. . . , . T ,
men m tousme ana tne itccuti loans
l wo districts are still somewhat in
1 a,,VI nri.V, nrKcKilim in .. . U -
.V'UW, 1H1 'Hfual,,,, 111 1.1TU1 Ul Llll
i Rohiinona- Tri -,,;. . ,.;,
joint ballot the DamocraU require 68,1
the Republicans 3, as the Republicans !
have 10 Senators and the Democrats 13. I
it looks therefore like a tie on j dot !
New York's dolecation In th S2.1
wi" consist of 20 Democrats and 14
Repnblicans. This just reverses the
' position of the two parties as represent-
ed in the 51st Congress, where the Re-
rniiKili-ona havn 90 nH tha n&miuiriil.
. ' ,
F. M. Soott, defeated candidate for
Mayor, on the Fusion ticket, speakirgi
of the election today, attributed his de j
feat to the anti-McKinley feeling,!
which he said was stronger in thin citv i
j Among telegrams sent Governor Hill,
j ihe ?n gaye him pecjai satls-
i faction, is th following;
j ' Luja, Ohio-'Congratulations. Ohio
j electa 14 Democratic Congressmen, a
gain of 9. McKinley and Foster are
' "Calvin a Brjch;."
Connecticut Democratic State Com-
mittee, wired: "Three Democratic
Congressmen eleased. The State ticket
is elected by one nudred majority.
The Senate is Demooratio; tbe House is
Republican. Majority on j lint ballot
T. B Riley. Chairman of tbe West
Virginia State Committee, telegraphed:
"Democrats elect four Congressmen, a
majority of the Legislature, and carry
the'State by from ,000 to BOQft. "
Columbus, Nov. 5, Acoording to re
turns go far as received at 6 o'clock
this evening the Oh:o Congressmen
elected are seven Republicans and four
Cleveland, O., Ifcir. 5. A late dis
patch from McKinley 's district says:
Late returns increase McKinley 'a gains
and 8ho w an approximate majority of
140 in the district.
Milwackik, November 5. Chairman
Payne, of the Republican State Cen
tral committee at this hour, 11 a.m.,
gives the State and legislature to the
Democrats, and says that Wisconsin
will stapd six democrats to three Re
Sn. Paul, Not, 5. By yesterday's
election Gov. Merriam'a 24,000 of two
years ago has been reduced bo greatly
that there was apparent reason for the
Democratic claim that he had been de
feated. Such, however, does not prove
to be the case, for he ia re-elected, but
by a greatly reduced plurality. One
and possibly two officials chosen from
tbe State tickets ate Democrats.
Detroit, Nov. 5. Michigan's Demo
cratic gain is five, and probably more.
On Governor, Winana, Democrat, has
snowed under Turner, Republican, and
bis plurality is now estimated at 11,000
Richmond, Nov. 5. -Further returns
from the election in this State yet ter day
leave no doubt that ten Democratic
Congressmen are elected. The Demo
cratic gains were 11,613; the Republi
cans gain 1,306.
Wilmington, Nov. 5 Complete re
turns from the whole State give Rey
nolds, dem., for Governor, 445 major
ity, and Causey, dem,, for oongrass 514
Omaha, Nov. 5. Returns are still
meagre, but indicate the probable elec
tion of Boyd, dem., for governor by a
Kansas City. Mo., Nov. 5, -The R
publican candidate for Governor is
beaten and six or seven of tbe Repub
lican Congressional candidates are de
feated. Tbe legiilature stands 15 Far
mers. Alliancemen and Democrats
against SO Republicans, which may
defeat Senator Ingalla.
Indi inatolis, Ind., Nov. 6. Half the
gfaow 8avera(,e Democratic gain of 20
to the township. This will make the
8tate Democratic by about 20,000. The
Democrats elect 11 out of 13 Congress-
men. Tbe legislature will be Demo-
crytio on joint ballot by A3.
Mr. Bynum, who has just been re-
elected to Congress by a majority of
4.500 in this distnet, announces himself
as a candidate for the speakership of
the next House of Representatiyos.
Widely Different Estimaes.
New York, November 6. The morn
ing papers' estimate of tne complexion
of the next House vary constaeraDiy.
The Times estimates the majority of the
Democrats at 151; the Herald makes it
" h World u the 8un 154
the Tribune 60.
New York, November 6. Unless
offioial returns make further changes in
the list, the Assembly will stand 63
Democrats to 60 Republicans, and the
n.mivriti will have a maioritv on ioint
, Danot in the Legislature.
Minneapolis), November 6. The bal
ance of power in the Legislature will
probably be held by the Alliance.
Minneapolis. Nov 6 Litest returns
frem South Dakot show that tbe re
sult is an Alliance victory and that
Loucks has been elected uovernor.
WhksLINQ, W. Vs.. Nov.
' Republicans concede a solid Democratic
SUMMARY UY S! A 1 I s
One Hundred and Tliirfv
crutic Majority in th,
oil r Pel, li.
New York Nov. 0 Return. r.
up to mi.ini! t woul.l iai i-j-ito i
Democrats l,u.ea ujbj rit of o-.
in the Coure-H. l'iir-ni uu-na!
have been maj iu maav S ii-h
representatioa from aii of li.e- :S;
would 8-em at thift time iu alj u
AlaDama 8 democrats
Arkansas 5 democrHia
California 2 democrati. 1 repi.i
Colorado 1 riublican.
Coonecticui ,. 'emo. r.'.lJ 1 ri . :
Delaware 1 diiiucrat.
Florida -2 deaiocratn.
Georgia 10 democrat.
Idaho I republicnn
Illinois 12 democrats. H rr;u;.l:p
Indiana 10 df-mocrfiiT. o r.
Iowa 0 democrat b repu
'pLl Ij 1 1 '
' I IT I Ii:
Kansas - 1 democrat, o Alii ii:;-. . 1 re
xiBiiiucKy a ueiu jjrut.-". - r publi
cans. Louisiana 0 li.'iiocr-ita.
aine 4 reputjiiiMim
Maryland 6 democrats
,. Massachusetts 7 Jetn u
1 zr,,8 , .
f XT , . , , , . . .,
0 r ijiim' r it -
7 d. mocr-:.-:
' M i SS i tin I 1 1 f 1 1
i Mmouii - U docrns
' ' I
Montana 1 democrat,
Nebraska - 2 democrats,
Nevada 1 repuoli -aii.
New Hampshire-; U-e.
ew Jersej -o df ei..ef:it
New Yoik 2: dem cratn
I North Carolina -9 democr-.
Worth JJ ISOti 1 r( Du DJ load
whio 14 democrats.
lennsylvania 10 democrat
. Rhode Island 1 democrat,
tion in second district
O . 1 '1 ,- .
oouin Carolina i ut inof rau
South Dakota 2 republican
lennessee democrat, u
Texas 11 domoorau.
Vermont S republican
Virginia 10 ilemocrau.
Washinaton 1 republican.
West Virginia 4 dem;'cr:i:.
Wisconsin 7 democr.its. 2
Wjomine 1 republican.
Total" 2,10 Democrats. 5. AH.inr-e uii
Republic. pa. iiemccratic mi j r:tv over
Official Vote of Craven Cutty.
The following is the total cfrijisl vote
of Craven county as deterrictd by the
returning board :
Stpite, Perry t, !?.-; Pull 3 L. Puil'a
House, HardibOn 1 ,r,30: I ha; man
2,136: Chatraan's majority S00.
Treasurer, Danielj 1 15-5; Mj;tly
3,166; Moeely as majority 777
Register of Deeds. Bid die 1 1 : Green
2,179; Green e majority iit.
Clerk Court, Watson 1 3 12; Carpenter '
2,193; Carpenter'a majority Sill
Sheriff, Lane 1,420: Williams 2,n:!;,
Williams' majority C33.
Suiveyor, Marshall 1 Li7t5; Lovick
2,131; Lovick's msjority J?05.
Coroner, Hughes 1,371 OJen 2.13?:
Oden's majority 78T.
Congressman, Mewborne 1 ;i70; Cheat
ham 3,158; Cheatham's majority 7??.
Solicitor, Grizzard 1 3j.: White 2 17V
White's msjoritj 323.
Cleveland, Nov. c. Wi.h c i-I -iai
returns from all except Starke county
and unofHoial returns from that, War
wick 's majority over McKin ley i 220.
At tho Unlversily The Intt r-Socit ty
Chapel Hn.l Nov. 2. lnOO.
Editor Journal: Ihe 1'hilai.thrrpic
Society of the Uaiveraity of North
Carolina has many mniibers miioiin ih.
men of tbe east who r.mn fi.-st in pub
lic, profeeeional nLd t u-ir.es i ,ife.
They are loyal, and I know the w ill
receive with great pleasure tbt- nee. i;f
aoy fresh victory tiiat tue oio Pci '
may add to her loa li,t of spniM
On Saturday eveDir,& Noven b. r 1.
the second semi annual public lutt-r
8ociety debate c.nie off iu me bail ot
the Dialectic Socmty. It Ta aa ucoa
sion of great ink -test to the entire mem
bership of both Bool. .ies. and also to tut
people of the village. A iare auuienc
bad assembled when, at S o"eicck, the
house was called to order b Mr J M
Morehearl,of Leaksvi.ie. m the chair
Mr. F. C. Mebane, of Weoiworih, wae
secretary, and Meeers. Wtn. Bingham.
Of Mebaneville, and W. P., Uuthrie, ot
Durham, acted as marshals The query
was, "Should there be aa E i ucation-.l
or Property Q -lalihcattou for F: au
chisel"' Tbe debaters were: Meesrs.
F. P. Eller, of Berlin, and G. H
Crowell, of Asheboro, reureeen t '.n the
"Di" Society, in the aflirma' i vr. and
Messrs. G W. Connor, of Wilson, ami
W. H. Wille, of Greensboro, reprebeut
lag the "Phi" Society, in the negative.
The debaters had studied the question
thoroughly, and the epeecheB b-eathi-d
with argument an j fore;, an J kept the
audience intereeted to a degree th it a;
timea amounted to enthut-i in;;. Win ii
Mr. ElUr jumped ii,t tie- b-iiancei-with
tbe opening cpvech lir liore tne
affirmative bide of the teal. ? away
down with his weighty argument. Mr,
Connor came in with a capital epeeen.
and as he placed it on the negative mile
it pressed down so heavily that the bil
anoee swayed up aod down, and pome
thought that they would finally re.-uni-.-their
equil:brium. some that the r.ega
tive Bide would outweigh th" other
Mr. Crowell. displaying; renjut table
oratorical power, carce on ar. bor--down
with force oa the affirmative
and Mr. Wills filed his argument upmi
the negative. Then cams t:.e re j ari
ders, sharp replies, arguments uttaoted
and overthrown, and still the ttca'.
were unbalanced, when Mr. Wilis, tie
last speaker in the negative. gath- rt 1 up
all his arguments, and bur e l L.'.ero.
with great force, upon the n- at i-i.it-
of the scales,
Tho committer appointed ;. r'
the decision was com ose.i ot 1
Alexander, Prof. Williams nod U .
The decision, in favor r
the negative, was ree?i-ed p.h -r- .
The "Phi" rej dees, ami ij pi--i; 1
her victors. Conuor ar.u Wills, p. in.
the "Di" loves nor.e the !esherr..::
and her Crowell, who w, re by r
means eastlr corqusrei N
Hi Is a Candidate far peak-T.
CHICAOO. III., Nov 7 - The A :s .
elated Prss ia in receipt of the folio -v-ing
dispatch from Roger O. Millp.. in
reply to an inquiry aa to s hihi-r he
would be a candidate for the' Speaker
ship of the next House of K -pre. cut t
tires: "Corsicana, Texas To Willi oi:
Henry Smith, Chicago: To your t--!e
gram of yesterday, I answer I sball be
a candidate for the Speakership of the
House of Representatives of tho Fifiv-
j second Congress.
ROOF.li Mil. I.:
111 i e-i
1 1 -i v -
II' 'V o
uiia i j
11 -i plat
di-tani-.. of II, n ;
cr jwli irn uniier ti
i .'ntc rn an l placoii
ini'.H f( tiiat thi-v
Win n t l.e engine
tu',1 i u i i .s it i'jruneil
t i'l I.. .1 the lou:
lie- Ir. ; ro!:e 1 ,.,3e from the tender
"nil jn (if Ly feet on the ti8 and turne i
yon; pimped an.l
i ,i"hn Hoyd
-ived a severe
-t a. i,l ti
f his hv a;l and had
lit. Ti,. tender
t ! I in
mail f li
I - - i
1 1 at
t h r 1 1 w I n u
r thuty feet
rlc -s in the
iliti v injured.
t i ',; . received
ri;ht l.v. The
' .rs u ere com -
s i.i.kt r, hicn
i.:' rs. was tiiriifd
ear wai b a i i 1 v
u ! Ih.
i: - hair
, '.-! fll
i t i n " v
nils i tie
i ;ir- j.ii.'p
111: i li
'.')a:n r - ;
-e.( j ;l:
1 ti..- r- :!;
ii- nr.fi ii.
1 .1' .
i 'i fil i t s ;
i: ! tram
V a 1 N
ii 'a,: .
,:.i p re
' ; Jy
-. f;i 1-
'' -'- a r
''it ;i ysi-li
iii'i .'i n ' i th 1'
,le;nan. v ;:
11VH. !' :-'
V' !. :
s '. r i j .
d la a,
. . i ..oniiv
: : ,
.i n--', p.t 1-i.ir 'lay
1 Wi !i4ln llar
ft tv ;it 'au'ti
tv. li'ivo d i s a p
: -iij-.-l the Ccm-it:-'
- : : .- t-h i ill
...'..-h. It is
; u i'i
! i r : .
i," 0' o
p-tnv ! t '
f T : '
c ml'l a'l !
iht-V lli- p. '.'
'.t : -e
v - t i ' ri in ( ii iii.i .
i i a n-. . ; ; 3 1 , N . v.
dent h.-s rc:".irr-d
whioh p:act- ia n.m
milU for the mar.:
While the work i:i'
about ti:1! rni!! t.n
whit li cr.t lr ly i r
ings The 1 ;ss ,.f i : ;'
hurilri"i ; , r !,.- i
cau , li: 3 f :: pin-:
A ternbie aco:-Taipln-Fu,
-. r,. (...jj ployed
-K:n ocuu rred
.t-i ih- Uui !d-
: liiik-o. 'ilie
Uelawaro All Ui
Wii.MiNcnxiN. I.).-i , Nov.
returt.r. frc-a tii v. '.,
R- nr.ld . !Vnit.-r;i:. f..r (
1 lov.-r-ior. ! V
1 ,i:i crit. for
majority and i:u ,-
ConreS-i ,"M l:.,. j , .
.i us; it
iNi l.NXiTI. Nov.
th. ifclurnrt t-o fr i
-l 'ii i di-lejraticii - i
D. ro orjts aoti m'vo:.
fourtren LHJKr. r.t.
A ft 1 as n ii t 2.ini
J-'...i bill iii'.m s-- y.i,.,
F..r ind igiel : .r. .' ' '.
t or i-i'-k i.;i i : :
L,- ri'.i !. II, i x i r
l-,.r ,1 - . . . ,.
: I. -a. i. : , , ,
F ir i' - ol
1. . I I . .-..'.
V I :t
.in ii I
4 '. 1 1 11 ,
ni i, 1. , lake
i . . i i i y , take
1 .; i i , take
. .-n u: any
h n il ai il
r, --ioiaanh. :
: z:.i:v, At
Lt:t , ( i
Pt-oiiiiiifiit lliiii.ler AVrlt-s.
k tdn-v s
''titi i i y
ami - in i:
s of great eulferinB
with ttreat nervous
st ; i '.; t ion , 1 nave been
z.ey f l.e ui -u Elixir,
. C. C. I a vis.
I'hure:; S m:h.
Tatoail st. Ailaura. (it
7 Q"YA CE.
i 'J u
: , oil
b ivi 1 1.
;-. il ! '.
I ,-. e
Nsi'i i '
" oo :w. , , , rr,
si-:u ps-. 1 1 ins'.
trv th:; .-L-;iLH-AV-FEVER
A par: a - s :: ".,, i . -.-"ill ario
:s H T'c-.C :-- : : ,- . : ' . his: by
'l!Hl r :---. !.i a r-f . : I 'THKitSJ
,i '' H. . ;: :.. ', ,. ', - l. C'ilvrly
Kxhttti , x M 1 c Ifi).,
Do a Gi -cral JUnrtir. I'U&iness.
N:.v ;Ia;:k;mi ilorsK,
" ' . ' . . ........ : i , . ' . . II,.,.
Jui i it) I
i " l-l I (
-He Hain is
P. H. P.FLLETIER,
V 'V ) It N f ,
r i. a v
A Bparihli . :i,i.de ;. ikl-
"ih tor mi i i ,. u-
Wlil piiictti-e :n :(. ., : . . .
tT.-l , J I 1. -(-.'! ; . II W -t- ' r
I 't, It...,
Huprtem-t ,7i,r' , ft,,',.
- 1. f- , Ktl,
f. Ill 'lit
CLEMENT MA M.y .
O . II (1 UIOM
MO-M ? :t fir
A r T : s ; ; i
Oltiee 2 i !I -.r ,r
bank. .Mi.;,,. -;- . ,
Will 1 r ll'.ll'l i : , s
and adjoining eon:,!,
Court ol th.- : -.1.1,1.. -. ,
F. M. SIMM: .;-;v:,
' r.-en. 1- uv 'o. V
v n.-rn.'. n. c.
i'i ti r i -i ,,f ( 'mvi-D
'' . in thi- Sut'ieme
'' ' Mi ti!' i i 'irral
;i. ;.. (.inns.
Will pr:.oiiiv i,-, the ,:i
ii ii t - - -r ui Craven,
Jonos. Onslow. 1
Lenoir a i i 1 i V;!-. ,-,
Co u r ; h .
Oflice on ('r;iv, i,
below Ji.a KA 1. ,
ari'Ti t. Pamlico.
!..: i;i the K.'derrt!
i v.-1 f
Dr. J, B. Clark,
D KM 1ST.
it:w rf.i-.v!-:. . c.
r-tr, ,-t, !'.! -(.. t'..,;.,,.
tn,', i i n i-', ('i
Heatiag and Cooking Stoves
L. H. Ouilsr & Oo.
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
rf ih ens d
mmm worts, j
Italian and American Marble and all ,
qualitien of material. i
Orders solicited and given prompt i
attention, with patitf action guaran- j
teed . !
O. K. J: I l.LT'R is icy nont at Kinston, i
and Ai.i:x, FlK'.,l:-s) r gu! ar traveling
Taxes ! Taxes !
I will visit the places below, for the!
purpose of cuilucting Taxes, on the I
days stated during the month of Octo
ber: Yaiiceboro. No. 1 Townebip, Satur
day. Oct. 1 l!h. 1MI0,
Fulcher's Store, No. 2 Township.
! Wednesday, October la:h. l'HO.
Fort Barnwell. No.
1 own sr. : p. oat-
unlay, October IS. yu.
Morton "s Store, No. a Tu .
ia v. October. 21. 100.
llavclnck. No. (iTownshi;
t Ictober 2 a. li'j'i.
Jroes Citv. No. Town-
October :n , 1 -t'O.
J tsjier. No. 9 T'iWi.-n:;
' ) tobet 20. I'-. i'l.
Tin f.tilin;: to nf -t :i:i ;
hip. 1'r i'iay .
it tie- ii'oove
t i,- i r Taxes
r 1 leputv at
-. f V'.i-
tiameil places ar.-l -t-tiline;
tv i:i I . v ,-,rt i 1. v t-i y ; f
e v. i : h t
iiic t ::
' "C.i x - '
av of 1).
AT? D rOiJLTIi.Y.
."500 rner Tte.cik i' i :: I :in tii nf Aiiima N
nt:d I ha ri :: i: 1
CT tiE? i Vcrer. i caicc: ":":
A . A . ' Spinal ,M e ii i t : - i I . -,
H. it. l rn r.". l.a lam, --
, i .1 I . ,i trirr; n l i ;i n
.C.--lH-tc::iiei-. :i .:ii Hi-. !::;r
.!. ISot!. or (Ou!".. W .::!-.
V.. K.-- ouebi, I'loi'i, ''t: ii icon '
K. K. Colic or tiriiic"-. II !lio-he
4 yf i sc-nrri n t'e . 1 1 rtnu r rli -i et
II . ll. lriniiry n l:;l Kidney ,-c-a
I. l...Krupi i ve lf c-io,:--.
J . K. Diseanes ol tfi-cs;
Sitipl-' Ii .ttie over ra '. . ".
Stable Cne, with si "'
, t'-rih.,ry ('',:' oO , . M
Jnr Vett'i-iuory t'uri Oil,
Sold by Druccists; or Frr: T-vI rrTT,-j,r
and in any qaanuiv on i:,. ( ca t I r.. c
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO ,
Corner William ai:J John Sis.. Ni Ynrk
In use 30 j-ff-rs. Tho m'v Fnr,ofcf'il rc-u
if! per vial, or 5 vials ar.
'- :l' iy O'..t'-.i-T. it:...i I"-::
f ; ri li'JMPHRI.YS- MF.DICIN
Cor. Wi.iiaxi: iai J!
All of cur Veterir.rtry Vt- parationp
can he had of J. V. .1 r ' I ru uist.
liroa i hi
-' : reets.
For bracing up the nerves, purifying
the hlooi and curing sick headache and
dyspepsia, there is nothing iijual to
' Hood 's Sarsaparilla o
Children's Suits, with an
Extra Pair of Pants and m
Cap, all for $5.00.
Fall and Winter Underwear.
Stacy 'Vdams cV Co. 'a Shoe.
Leather Coats for Outdoor
J. M. HOWARD'S.
ocG5 d wtf
WILLIAM H OLIVER,
NEWBERN, N. C.
-Kr.VA I"h;k I.NSLItANCE COM-
I'anv. of Hartford, Conn.
Has the Jarget-t rapital 1 argest assets,
Lartfst (-urpluH, of 8nv Amerioan Fir
.Continental Fike Insuranch
Comi'anv, of Now York,
Capital. SI. 000 (100. Assets. 85, 000,000,
Has paid oyer S2-1.UG0.C00 of losses.
jTifK Niiiiuicii Union Firkins.
Co., of England,
One of the oldest, one of the strongest.
one of tho lament Fire Ineurance Com-
paniee in the world.
liii: A.Mn.o Kevaiia Fire Ins
Co., of San Francisco,
1 he Lancashire, of Manchester,
Capital, 10. 000,000.
1 HE I'lIiEI.ITY AM) CasCALTY
Ins. Co., of New Vorlc.
FurnishPB ben ds of Puretvuhio to bank.
railroad and telegraph cfHce.
I'l'iiE Fidelity and Casualty
4Ins. Co., of New York.
IdsueH Accident Policies oovering aco.
M.i: ink Ins. (',,., ,,f London,
Iiirure.s ottou to r.nri from any port in
'lie United Sint- -r to any port in
, m i-i khan Steam Hoieer Ins.
Co.. of Now oik,
In uriH boilers from explosions.
CoNNECTici T Mutual Lifb Ins.
Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Li pi il and i-mrt justice to all its policy
boi lers are characteristics of this old,
William H. Oliver,
Brick building. South Front street.
Formerly occupied by Green, Foy & Orx
as a banking house.
N.-wb; ni, N. C. au31 d4wlt
Sale cf Valuable Real Estate.
pun-nancs r.f a JtiJuinent of the 8np-
i i or i " in ol I raven county, rendered at
spline Term, l.sui, 1 will nell at eublte A no.
tioii.i ir caHli.ul Ilie Court House door In
trie iiy of New Herne, on Monday, tha
I went y 0 airt Ii il.iv of November, laWI, at
1 welvc o i iock, M , the following deaorlbd
t cut est:, I ,-. si t oil tc-ii i a I lie ecu ii ly f Craven,
stKte or Nurili i arc'liDa. to wit:
situate- c.ji Hrice's I'reek itnil Hoylln
s atn p. eoTis'.Ht : iik of two parcels, contalD
:n -ol no nt cii.c 1 1 1 1 ) 1 1 s .4 1 1 1 1 two hundred
:tn ix i -1 1 v acres, heniK the miuie land
" In. 1 1 w i k e: "i vi-vi- 1 to H. f Jones by Wm.
-s. Cut", mid wife, by ileeil dated ilie 10tn
bi of .1 ii ii ii i r . lTii. fticl rcearded In tha
Hi-. ' i:ei i- ..f Peed- for Bald county,
' ." .. : : . t ... .'ii n ii,i ;7. and conveyed by
- 1. I ot s a :nl ifc t ii KnfiiH K. liravea and
' t ti it c. i ,r,iv,-k i,y ,eed dftleii tbe day
of . A.l. I sT'I. mid recoided in the aaro
ia k t""o in.,' I, v Wm. Untile and
Ji f-- 1 o Hi: Tin H I i rfl: ri Iiv ileed In led lb
' . I . ' i' i-i - ,f i to: ii i . 1 ' ; 7 i . i. nil m corded
: :i t :, Kiitne 1 : ,,, t. fi ,i li ,h ', i an ,1 Met.
I H B st,
I c, i i-a llat Publio Hale, on tbe 5th
d'iy of December. 1S90, the Personal
'roper:;, of John N Whilford, deo'd,
at tbe residence of the deceased, in
Jones county , N. C. . consisting ot four
head h ;rs's, two mules, five Oxen,
:' my betel of other cattle, hogs, bags,
and household and kitchen furniture,
wagoriH, cart, plowi, corn fodder,
ar.f farming implements, etc., etc., for
cell Ssl" will com inMir.n at an early
L air MI). W HITFORD,
c tf; - re; ; Administrator.
Largest Stock of
GE0C2EIES on hand,
Sold at Northern
Agency for Horsford
Old Virginia Cheroots,
Hazard Gunpowder Co.
NEW BERNK. H. t
aaaBsaaaaaaaaTl iaa n i4?j't s??.!4- 5 '
it I .