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lEW ERNE, GRAVEN GQUHTX, N, C., OCTOBER 22, 1896.
i : a T
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vol. ; sixk . -.; : -.. ; 7 -
B , lBlin.'CW?tJ
" The Jr' otf trSaers 6iv ara iarvieW
Terj tall cUiflis, sTtatIoiiiwUl
go for Vna b? -37,000, OLlo bjT3O,0W,
V w" TortTaw "Tef ie? -nd Pnn-
.. - - -
t U a t ei'-ft i JIcKinj1 carry.
, - . : -il:-
Sec rctirr M6rt -dtd' tuArtf-t
totl t: If'.r'.fkJS.J Ui-ltia.4oJ that
made U certain tbatitiyajal jrptr
In the South will -go to Bya lkaO b
bj a number oftim thatSrr -1
exnroDt." In atteated politiatfc:
rttorned trom Iaiana,titatatahtrcarb 1
.-' t ,.,-.n.s, ri;u,k tiiV! 1 It JrglteVdut , a fat tttAitit-Waftttf
Las ci DeOiaiio, iaAua iovarutl
.. . - . 7 ! . .
ouIJ not otberwii have Wjttl'Tf4i503&y-
bsi rot alienated "UrAtf V)fipftdrt in I itepuwican waio coairmi.najfne
l a man mi sst maDTiopnsn tinnca L vjJl VI" 'ftlx-i:!. A
r' i-ovraja c U.ta; f noa,wnyi. i L., todaV. and clofi-fiil
w KM' seauoMni -ae ujmfe-aiMett i
. ac J fatare grrataeys 6t ttio A'Colnaptf' -r ""'b?
, tt,.gp4l,aea tlW fc: H are rraa Claim . '
. - Ln In the iaTancr ami ' wiH
- Tlr nrilisorc (f.irt te MTfrf'"l"t Ksi
A there axa otiei rtattJs .1 VcI
bat bwrf.:aaaWtiBet af ffaiahli
iaowledo! tba bulklfAat wt
ri-becatttrey "are notttraS? I
abo'al tSeoi,- aOtaat not 9rj;pyblSaUo'tts t
1 1 ij n itt l 'r v wily vmn nrint tt nn fl'
baa ramado"nsni wspapera, that
aTeeiTiaatlHU bee ;reacb4 JbetwaeB
XJo:te4 Statea.and Great Brftkia 'e)o the
YDenilta TDoapliry'q'ieaUonVail a'little
preroalare,' thera js littla' doubt thai lb
negotlatkna bow coder way.: will aooo
probably before the, Veneioelao Boun
dary Cooomiiiion 'rcports in favor of the
coctentionsol YeoezQelat.ai (nere la every
reajoo to believe Ik will ; report result ia
a saiLdkciorr nrjdrsUndki2. which can (
, b boaaraUIy ccepted by VeneadeU and
tha lon dlpoterl qaastion'. of boundary
'W tubmiilAi-lo arbitration which will
' aetUe it fotooce and alt. ,:
One axire -th Jronaor ia current in
Washington PesJdeot Cleveland baa
Worn UreJ of the continued falfareol
fpain to put down U)js.Jpubaa rtbcllioa
and that be bcaaer a bint to be' coo
- . TtjeJ to the Sfnia6jCoTtxnnaeTit of ' tia
Intcstloa to rrcojratze tbalflaVremkoca of
Uiba, if tne present aiain o ma iiana t
( raiinu&ed for tbrte months longer. Prea
. ideot ClcTetanCI w&i very near to taking
. taat etep last spring, anJ It is believed
would have done to but for political coo
aideratioov Soch action on bis part this
. winter would be merely anlicioatlDg the
-' acl of biiTOCcasioras' it w pretty well
, uadantood that whether McKinley or
Bryan be PreWdeef, -Wie recognition of
Cobaa Independence would not be loog
delayed after iaaognratioo. -v
, '"Eecrefary CailUla ia being cxiicised even
by aoaic who Urlnk as be does for taking
aJvanfaje of a call toade opon ijim at bia
v c&m . by. J Baltimore dileation who
v. wished huqtoOpeak in t)iat city, to
Bake an anli-siver partisan ?pech in the
JTreasary buildi' It is regarded as a tw!
- precedent, i , '
. Tae Ideal Panaesa.
, Jamea L, Francis. Aldermo, Chicago,
ay: I rrpard Dr. Krnt Xw Discov
ery . an Ideal riinci a fyr Coub
"Colda ami. Long Compliet., having
I tied II in roy CtmilyTur the last five years,
- r to the excl8iwn-of physician's prcscrip.
tront or oibec.prepfiratiooa.' .
Rev. JoLo Burgns, Krkuk, Iowa,
. write: "I lava iem a.liiuister oftbe
Methodist Episcopal Chareh for o0 jesre
: . ct more, aul have naver toiind anjtbing
ao beneficial, or that gve me f oih pcedy
rief as Dr. King's Discovery Try
this Ideil Cousb Remedy. Trf Bottle
lr.e at F. S. Duffy' Xhuz Stor. - ;
i tLRmm n i-ra
-r Atlanta, u.TJct 21. Tti3 Pmff
iE.WtteoninalltheSta'es, as for him to
1 KW Yobk. October 2L-T1.C -foU,
cratic State Chairman Manl i viiidv.
CrlJa la Safely SFahjtAal" -
II . . . ; . . a. -J
'porT3emanToinnxie altnoiliti I
colooiied for McKblet w ty Vti
. j . &
I Are Law lna;nN,.
ITff - M - -r cit 7""T"a
Mtitn M whether tfavordef emt:aund
Tbdar tie ObthmiftiryBi'dlwisK-
in Kbrtb Carolina was.ltfwer '' t. Ban in othei
".The Commission decide i t l ab ,tll old
rate is sufficiently low. ' -
WATSON IS BETTrR.
BrTrlaf Frn bis KftfBt Illness.
Wkkl Cnalrman SI.n!y ditys c T
l Xl0K N- C- tct,br 20 ir"
jtnan Manly said thia afuraoor, ''Cyrus
B. Watson is now convaesc r. Ee :s
able to sit up. He is ab3-t where h i v as
ten dajs ago. He then walked about aat
orereterted himself and the Jesuit was a
relapse with serious fever. His attuk wis
ianammatioa ofthe bpwU. He l.opei to be
able to nake one or tyo epec hei before
the campaign ends. The e v i I pro1, ably
be ia the central part of th - Stat .
''Hew Biulaa Ambassador lit fari.
Paxig The Eclair say hht M. N. N.
de Giers, councillor of the Ruas r.n cm
bassy at Paris, will supercede Baron on
afobreoheim. the Ros-inn am'oas :.dor lo
France, on account oftt.e lit er's pro
no u need opposition to tie rece: t v.s.t o!
the Czar and Czarina to ihj French i at i
THE COTTON MARKETS.
There has not been coovg c ane to Jay
' in the market (o cause tbe leas' tipp'e
Jantjaky ofieDed 7 04 acd c'.o.'eJ 7.93.
New Berne market has teen f.r u at
6i to 7J.
' .1. H. LATliA.M.
CiiiCaoo, October 21-1.
. CPMNO. CLOE.
December Wheat, " 7'i
Jaruary Pork, 7.90
January liiba. a.8TJ
Sank a In; Uol.
New Youk, October T3 The steam
boat alasenta, tod iv, cras'ieel into a lug
ia the North r;vi r.
Two men arj known to tc lost, "others
B-T,;UC-- - J -'"'I
U,S.. Wt Report.
ITS' LAST" GALL
; - ; I ' ' . .. 1
ST AT DKM0 R A TIC C0MMIT
: TEE.1SSUES AN ADDRESS.
Why Faslaa If as Prpoed. Kpaklt
!eani:Hiuing. JMaat protect Narita
i Carallav Bijr Aa-aUteilteKla-i
ley a BaaBri.S' -
YtaifiiqiK, N. CV .Qctober The
JVniocratfe Slate ' committee tonight,
pued au a.lrR to .North Carblinu vo-
b3. . ....
i Itsaja Uvt the purtjr Lad do hcitji
lido m fufBg oa the electoral ticker, and
i order that Brrat'di!-'ftditJintstrio&
iailit not fufl for wont of silrer reisla
'ion, it 'p'roposed to ' trie: Popalists
oi'.ed effort for silver coognssmen In
very district, but the Populist 8 decline
frorjoaHioa Tratch asoiade August
rlryocnfti.'atfd1 i ousted oo ece.
iloi e recently Ir'becjrnie" apparent-tliat
jlig Rvpubljcao .party v9 niasslflg an
fnvmiooa rcg'lrtioo ,of illegal volar 3
JuinJpofiblebj elect ou la ol boast
idCjWrpejttilcj rgyiop .ol? wb cl.
ikhs thp.aiiiu itt cnactcneut now
Jr-JWe,rfi 4&be 7bge pcopffi di .
t0BJt9din(l.SUvV Juter forrot d an
BapjiAieny djvi Tvhitj ypto will
Jhifrjsjbfi Qenjqcratic paityraV
Tb;3 (committee October yurkeqtl',
franMy aaUad en mparatiftH.JIUuluaxutiii J
blist omroitledecIiB4 K
it.ff aBBrthtnlpHieaelt4: -t ztwi
many oa.ic party, wno uoncBiivttveri
Jdsis'atioQ andwootl sroverneieit 5i
mtanreDf nn tinff iha itaanlo .f: iJorlli
CSiw-lIloi cWBrtvoriineere t
rnM,M Ws eSaalf Voters la' esrp'-i
'poIleofly 'tffygtlttat nifl'ta 11 thf ltopr
joucgq and' Russell.
J.i t ;c r.'jrwjn, far Bryno..
(JjainnB Ma pop Butle.r lius juforinatica
that F. F. !iriOD,' ttre' leader of 'the
Middle in the nud" PripulfstsTs in' lice?
ifaMHtep I'oQier M.aIM. Warnkips.
sqKHO.i.r,.;, fiwrhq. T.he. - -'govern,
aatvjHl ajipfe lo.te.iicvt Uj ka-hig for
cccditjot 1 Q.Qv 16 tool r , V bttiid' hp
iVon-cIa'',' si Vr A,ua!rion kt; d rio ' tiild
fdi patio bO'jtsaO'l'itfsVr.S and; (5,000 066
Rni 'i witii wlicii fe hei'n' the l'o rifictt
rion of iTW gurf .f -tUri r.
BiariRE lit MONTREAL.
A Jfamber of Pernons Lose their I.lvr.
Bod lea Tk-n from the Rains.
Montreal, October 16. A tire ii
Gil more & Cimp .ny's building destroye'
their chemical and soap factory.
Five bodies were taken from the luins.
Tc is rumored that the bodies of sixbeo
others are stTlI Tjuried in the debris.
Acalnst Ills atellclon.
R a lei an, Oct. 23. The Biblieal
Recoider attacks Robert M. Dauylas on
.icc unt of hiA religion.
Tom ttilDOD Wins-
Special. " r '
Topeka, Kansas7 October 17. The
5tala Election Board has just decide.) the
oontest between the "Middlc-of the
li:iilers," Tom fe. Watson's pary, and
the fusiou party, in favor ol Tom Watson's
RUSSEU. A BLtTTFEK.
in Nays Itsaly. Itaarares of Ilrsnl
Raleigh. Oct. 23. State Chairiuau
XIanly said this ultcrnoon that Daniel L.
Russell's statement, that he would curry
Nonh Carolina by forty thousand, a.
merely a bluff, tha( jBussell cannot le
elected if Democrats rally.
Manly also said UI have notice of a vt ry
arga negro registration in many counties
amkarc advised thiU mt)ch of it is illegal
cd that this will be 80 clearly shown,
ijiat the resistratioa oiBcers will clear
much nl itjiiit.
TUc real purpose ofthe new election
law. is to get names on the registration
hoi ks and aftrr"the eh ction it is not the
purpose of the Republicans lo ro.-euie
except where the case is notorious. Such
rosiitration as they have, calls for active
means both Ijefore and after the election.
Wt ite not going to permit North Caro
lioa to be the dump'ng ground for all the
negroes who cannot Vele in South Caro
lina aud Virginia.' I will see that an
organization is perfected to pro3ccu'e the
iast one of them.'
AS TO GOLD DEMOCRATS.
Will Mostly Vote For Mckinley, Snyis
Vinton. Kppnktiijj nl Knli-isrii.
..Ualkigil, N.C. Oct .b r 21. S tat-r
Henry W. Bi.iir, spoke to K pi;b leans
here touiht, an'l Lindey VintQr
addressed the sound money Demo
ccat?. ;A mnn wlin interviewed Vinton, said
that be lmd oan-fnHy exsm ri?d tlic tnat
ter, and fi'ids that ?rtbout one tcntli of the
Demorrat?; or say thirteen, thousaiid,
wf HI vdte ag-iinst Bryan, but tliat only
about one tenth of this unmber, or thir
teen hundred witl vote ;,for i'almcr and
BuckDer, ris nearly all fay ttiat tbry
(iroposu to fire both barrels, that is rote
Vioton s.iys this is a clo?o cstimato to
North Carolinn, and ad.!s, t Jbi:t five
thousand Bry.n Democrats w'd not vot
for the Tom Wat3oa ehctor.a.
Russian Paper HnspenaeU.
St. Petkhsuukg. The Grasbdmin
lias been suspended forhaviu publishe
dispatches which its proinietor, Prince
Jlestchersky. tc-k-graphtd from Puris at
the time of the visit of the Czur and
Cz-trtnn to the Frruch capital, in the
0'Ofse of wln'eh the Prince ntt.ickefl Pres
ident Paure and the army of France.
AlEiiBiU5ifrc, Victoria. Lord Brassey,
he Goveroox )f .Victoria, in a f peLch on
imperial f&leration sai'1:
."It wou'.d 00 wise, if possible, to bi iuo
America into a rand de'eDeive league o;
the Anglor&ixon rae'es, which - Mould
efieclively secure the peace of the woil.U'1
Clark. SpcnU it Hickory
pcal to the Charlotte Observer.
. Hickory, N-C Mr W W. : Chirk,
of New.Btirne,iState,dector jn. Uie Pja'lm
er..;aod. Bnckner. Democratic Ueket, filletl
bU pointmf nt . liere.. otf . lOih., lie :is
not only .an .impressive but an a,bl.e spea'i-
er,Mftdiing his .subject .with a diivciness.
f argument not often heard from the
foliUil campaigner.. -.; :;HL?,..analys,'g of
hehicgo , platfoxtji.. w as, inckiye. anjl
yqjt iu, Japgu.ape,- courteous ,and.' reuocdj
liielHcidatioii &ud defeuce ot Ihe la-..
ianapniis plaUprm wag plaiu, practical
nd persieteDt.; Wlje.'jer ho elegit with
ihe depaiturcs of the former from Dea.o-
erawk pregetVijL aud. principle, or held up
ba,a.ec,as the ."ojd Peniocratic homer
teud, .vith its tires yet Jburoinji, ,aad its
ighLs sglosy, " inv.Ui.pg xtibto gather againl
under ita- time-honorod ; oof. there vvaa no
wprd . of acrimony or ridicule for the
Suppoters of the. one or unaieriUjd praise
i -Afl; persona presepl, howevei',. much,
they may differ with him,! "pronounced bjs
a most exceljeid speech."
Twelve Persons Drowned.
, 5 AtJSHFiEi.D, Ore, The ' ' steamer
jAragd, , bwned by the' Oregon Coal and
JTavigation Company, "anil plyitig'bet'vvecn'
Coos buy and San FraocUo, was' WTeekerJ'
on the rocks of the jetty at Cuos Head.
She wifl be a total fos?.: " '
! "Id an art em pi ! to lacd a boatload of
passengers and members "c t the " crew the
boa't was .c'apslisd." Twelve ' persons
were (Jrowrjed., foiir 'pasfen'gers arxl e'ght
of the crew, '" ::
The accident beturfed duvrrg a heavy
fog. The su: vivois were taken' to Effl
pireCity on the Uig Columbia." None
of the bodies! of theToit have been recov
ered. ';' '
, The Arago was built "by the Union
Iron Works iu 1885. Iter gross tono'iige'
's placed ai 917 ohs. She kad long beeh
ij ihe coasting trade.
WHERE IS IT AT?
Tom WalsoiiN Letter of Aeeeptnnec
Fails to Appear. Is Butler Trick-lug-
Washington, D. C. .October 17. A
dispatch received from Georgia this after
noon, sa3-8, that T. E. Watson has de
clared tliat li3 mailed his letter of accept
ance to Senator Marion Butler and that
Senator Butler must have it no'.
Chaiiman Cutler declares that he has
not :eceived the letter anil knows noth'uy
It is ruiaoreJ, ho.vever, that the Utter
lists been r.-ceiveJ, b.it that Senator But
ler is withholding it bcciiiso of its severe
strictures upon him ami the Pojiulist
The Populist NaMorai Co in mil tee is
in hop .'s of inducing Watson to mo '.ii
its tone ! e'ore muking it public.
Wilmington, Del The B;iy State Gas
Conip-ny was pl.iceel in the hanels of re
reivers b. the I'niteel States Court.
Washington. l'he Mercantile National
Iki-. k, of New Organs, La., capital 2C0,
000, has been authorized to beuin bt:si
Washington The arrival of the York
toD at Clutfo.) r-nd the Michigan at
Erie were reported at the Navy D pnit
Houghton, Mieh. The Sturgeon River
Lumber Company, th.e hngtst c jucern in
the I'pper Distiict, has been placed in
charge. of trustees.
New Yoik. The total registration was
71,421, against (0,659 in lt2. The total
for the three days is 279,1(58 agair.st 272, j
172 in 1892, and 233,(388 last year.
About Three Months ago I began
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and I have
taken three botths, and have realized
much benefit fiom its use. It gives me
Strength and makes 1113 fee! bette"' Mr--.
Sarah Fiaso, Magaolra, N. C.
Hood's Pills net 1 armon'.ously
J. II. ir(KBlK. I
Successor to Hack tiurii & Willett.
HACK Bl JtX.
llaciiliuin & Wiltell.
r ?r3 es n sn TSr, ESS
it if . QUALITY
We have a
New Goods Bought at
: H avE . Re
; Our stock is so large, so varied, and offered a such: L
that , our friends from, this and adjoining Counties who fav
will admit that never before has such an admirable combination of
duality and Low Figures, been gathered together in this section,1
Sueeesor to HACKBUM & WIIiIiETT,
r 47 & 49 Pollock Street;
BY WHOSE; AUTHORITY ?
NEitlljEIt SEW ALL OR WAT
SON, SAYS THE L NIC SOWN.
W. t. Wilson to 'peak. More Hard
Words for Hitch In and Whilaker.
StateJFariii Crops. Slate Fair.
Sneral News Items.
Journal Bureau. I
Raleuh, N. C, October 17.
Ij a secret rrcnlar issued by tha Popu-
i-t State Chairman, he asserts "upon au-
t'Moriiy,''rhat in the electoral college neith
r S'jv ill m r Watson uill I e voted for,
nt that the V'te illbecast for some
ma a r-.cc-ptable to both parties. Many
neisons diire to know the accuracv of
this ceitaialv st ranee statement. Who is
the authority for it ?
Annoiu:ceaient is mad-to r'ay that Hon.
William II Wilson will make several
perches in this Slate.
Severe as w.re the attacks make on
Spier Whraker and ';ilaek ' Kdchin in
Sen-ilor Riillei's rap r Thursday, they
were c niplimeuls comp.reil to the words
is?u d regarding them lo-ijav in Oiho Wil
son's paper, the '"ifr. seeeh r. ' Wilson
says Whitaker did nothinir i' r i he Popu
lists ivithout pay, and good pay at that,
bat will tt no more of it. Wilson is
always an . extremist ia taik or in typej
an1 his. paper reeks with abuse, m duly ol
Democrat?, of coU'S. It is not in his
line of business to say unpleasant thiDg
about the Republicans.
The address which Democratic State
Chairman lan'y isu s to the voters of
the State draws the 'Volor line" eliieetly
A prouiiuent newspaper asserts tliat over
10,003 negro voters have been imposed
into the State, uud that the Republicans
are simply determined to elejt R.isseil.
Thecomiets on the State f irm on the
Roanoke river are no'.v really all employ-
ed in gathering the large crop of cotton.
Supeiiutendent Le.iza- some weeks ago
estimated that the ciop will be over 2,000
bales. He now thinks it will lvach 2,500.
President Ciiarle? D. Melver ot the
State Normal aa'd In iustiial School for
girls is here aiding Superinten lent Logan
D. Howell of the Rjleigh public schools
in arranging the educational exhibit at
the State fair. The Durham public schools
contribute the largest aud bes ot thi-, aud
it isisaiel to be highly cieddable to that
town and to the State.
Congressman Harry Skinner is here.
He is very quiet. He feels confident oi
Some "f the papers are publi-hing J. T,
B. Hoo er as the Populist Congiessional
nominee in trie Second District.
Next week the chief event h"ie is the
State Fair.which Gov. Carr opens at iioon
Tuesday. Socially the week will be a gay
one. An unusually large number of
young ladies will be visitors iu Raleigh.
3. II. II A ItBl'ltX,
Sucerssor to llntkbarn A BWIIlell
Fall Greetingr, 1896 !
after tlie uNim"blE
and PRICES will get it,
Superb Stock of
c EivE d CarEfnl AttEiitiaii, aji'dliWB'
PARTICULARLY IN FLOUR, FtiQWR;:
The Capitol Cfub gives two germuns and
the Marshals' ball will be given Thursday
evening. -Edwavd McKissick of the Bat
tery Park Kjtel, Asheville, is Chiel Mar
shal. George Vanderbilt's special exhibit
at the fair will natuially attract much
The secretary of the State board of
health says the water supply of six towns
in the State is impure.
Ed, Johnson, Republican chairman ot
this CongrcssAon.l district, -says he sup
Doses nothing will now D8 done in the
matter of putting up a regular candidate.
Massey lias withdrawn at the imperative
order of thi Sta'e cjmmittse. His with
drawal is in favor of Strowd, Populist.
although in his letter of withdrawal h
does not mention Strowd's name. The
takiug elown of Massey is a bitter dose to
some of the Repub'icans It is said tlist
in some counties Strowd will get only a
light Republican vo e. S great is the
power of the "machine" that it is hard to
sav whether this is tiue. Strowd is abso
lutely sure he will be elected.
In a roster of North Carolina troops in
the war of 1812 the name of Cosimo de
Me le-achey is found. He was an officer of
a company of iufautry from an eastern
countv. The name properly spelled ' is
Cosmo de Med'ci and is that of one of tl e
nol le Italian families. What became of
ti ls officer ?
Blanks for returns of election have been
sent by the Secretary of State to the 2,3!0
election precincts in the State.
Bnssia Coining: Gold and Silver.
St. Petersbuhg At the impetia
miut 6,4W poods ol "old ai d silver art
be'ng converted into coin. Or gold 100,-
000,000 roubles will l.e turned out, 25,
030,000 (f silver will b; stiujk otl' and
1,000,003 in small eoiu vi 1 be prepaied
for circ ulation.
A mob of 500 toll gate raiders tore
away the gates on Owenton Peaks mill
antl Flat Creek roads near Frankfort,
Five outlaws attempted to rob R T.
Brooke, an Englishman, living at Tonka
mi, Okla., but were met with a warm
reception. Brooke killed two of them
and wounded the third, wheretipou the
In a fit of j alous rage, supplemented
by copious indulgence in liquor, Wil
liam Hattinger, a worthless character of
St. Louis, shot and wounded his divorced
wife Mary Ktrstings or Kusten, and then
committed suicide at the house of Wil
liam Fox, a mutual friend. The woman
is not seriously wounded.
DICH RED BLOOD is thefoun-
V elation of rood health
That is whv
Blood Purifier, gives
the One True
I J. II.
II A It R I'BS,
II nek burn at Wlllelt, I
SixriRiinRn anri '
E An Inspection of Our M
Will Astonish. t and
WHEAT QOINO BiaHEa
Another tpWHrd Ilimif BaoukV :t : "'
Interest itt the Wesi.
San FRNCica, ' Cat.-?heal took
another big upWiSii-d famri Deceinlkr ad
vancing 3 J "cents vit cental and: Msy
wheat going up 4 : cents.: ;ExfM3rts ty
that bulges as due to niany.iprJvate., dia
patches from Chicago, eay leg. that an Eui;
lish syniclicale was buying all,, the . wheat
offered, there. This, it if assumed; is being
done under order from Loudon.wherc the
only trustworthy intbrtrJatibu about the
prohable wheat elemitnd of India is held.
If this demand should bo larg r tban ' ex
pected it will clean up all the available
supply here and will justify even, higher
figures than those quoted. More conser
vative brokers declare that the presei t
prices cannot lie incieasel materially
without danger of a bad break in the
M-janwbile the result of the great ad
vance has beeu to stimulate business, for
many men who were in doubt about leas
ng wheat lands have closed contracts,an 1
banks which held moitgnges on farms are
more confident over receiviug their iuter
est. The advance, it is e-.timrted, has ad
ded $5 an acre to the Valua of alt wheat
lands in California.
Mew York Stocli Market.
New York, Oct. 20. Wall
was active, today. The stock
New York, October 23 The wheat
market was very rctivc today, and aftei
imping up and down, ils.d slishtlj
higher than yes'erday. On the curb this
). in. the price was 80 J for December.
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$ 1.00 SHOE
also $2.50 and
$2 shoes for
men and $2.50. Ol
$2.00 and $1.75
The full line for sale by
J. J. BAXTER,
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and Notions ;
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We" bafifse ftiliM t
black and corflrfcrivflhy
will be f old t
Don't fail to eiamrDeb-V;"17-!
stock of CIooifal,.;T,,'!
CaiK's which will be , ., .
at popular prices tlso.
H. B. DUFFY:
October 22d, 189G.
Take Jotice ! :
TO OCR COUNTRY FRIENDS ANI
PATRONS, TAKE NOTICE:
yE HAVE OPENED OUR TL ACE
ol business dcxI door lo pest office
and will be glad to have you come and
fec We carry a lull line of Confection
eries, consisting of
Plain and Fancy Candle.
Nnts, Raisin 8, Apple,
Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, tic.
Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, etej
Please call and see What
N. NUNN & CO.
BEST IW THE 'WORLD.
A $5.00 SHOE FOR $3.00.
It is stylish, durable and perfect-fittinp, eualHIra '
absolutely necessary to make a finished anoe. The
cost of manufacturing allows a smaller profit to dealers
than any shoe sold at $3.00.
W. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are, the.,
productions of skilled workmen, from the best
possible to put into shoes sold at these
"Belmont" and "Pointed
Toe " (shown in cuts) will be
the leaders this season, but any
other style desired may be
obtained from our agents.
We ne only tha hoot Clf. RilMta Oalf
(ii II minni. Ftenrh Patent lf, 'ra!l
KiiHTiici, Vcl Klrt, etc., imilvd t eorr
Itnl with prire of that aitocs.
It dealer cannot utpptj Jim, vrll
W. 1. POTTGLaa, Sracktsa, afaas.4
Kew Berne, Hf. C.
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