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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, OCTOBER 29, 1896.
1 -rOLHICMr SHiSATION:
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest XL S.-Gov't Report.
J. II. HA(tiHlK,
Snceessor to Hackbnru A Willett.
J. II. II AI HBI K.V,
I Successor to II nek burn Vg Willed.
II At It III lt.
linekbTiru .1 Wlllfir.
J. II. IIAf'UBrKW.
i c ootir I o
MAJOR CCTUHIt'S ADDRESS
'S TO PEOPLES' PARTY.
Will I'm 11 rt rrf j mmm Prlaelria
t Allarr4 aaa1 ltafl
y . ( '. A IaaS ApaAl. Will
..." Mtlftl flUMMir.
Bausio N. CL, October 27. T. A.
Gathrlc il ia afti moon iwertt the follow
I nj, AiMresa to the People- Party rotets
f XuUrel'Ji&.r .
' . It U on of most proouunced poltt
, eat anitoiM f tb't campaign.
'. Witt Votf bow; ob tb r t iueVee
tloo desert year party fl t an4 pilmiples
. you frvtAsM to tovit Will jio W alio red
. ioiaUiiacamp' Mark UHanaa and be
- po'hlcaUT nt:h twrvdt . I. refa-w .10 bo-
letw ltT" a iv wilt not be 0 nrfoc&l to ttte
coctratyoctil your r4s shall be eoinlcd
sa-1 reiuroed," Will yoa 1ke earnest ad-
vice, aoj llitea lhi last appeal of Inro
' whoa joa have honor d whfa your coo-
flJenc al ytr UstStalo cuoreottoa by
aorninatlug me t - yoar cboica for tUe
. "Will yHt tail to vote - for each and
far cuctort oa tWs Bryan presaJentlal
ticket - Will Tfa vote tor gold -bugs to
. repreHtfit joa io tK next Coogteaaor the
U sited Su'tl Will; J yd ihroA away
yojir votes fir. Coogrrvsmm Ooo Popo
li:l "deoj' i th Sth anl 9!brCbDgrra-'
shioai dlstncta, aod tliereby help to tleci
v- teoU bo 21, inleii of Ire silver Coogr m
oa ia luo-er htritl? '.WU y rto lor
, mea&ar cf tl Gem rat Aat mblj pk dtl
' to support Senator lritibart,rny other
r..nj bc 7tf pnnrrcia Tbr a eut in thrrjeoi
ate or.tLAX ultLtl Statet -. . . - '.
Tese are qoetiooa f vitaj impo nance
to as, as a political party hu-t you ran
oaly answer, with your. Llloi, and you(f
' ! Le. I beset ch, I Implore yon, as
jpa love yoac" party; and ike puncip'es
y'froC autl wliicb we Lave lanht
a tire people are Lael opm avtaod princi
ples of pit nolle . e iMitotKca! vnn
" not, totacd a this ciis by jbe prla-
cljIea al to-cUms of the Piples pa: ty.
. or elaj prepare joarr lve t fee jour
prty jo to pactadl btroue a by wd
. aad reproach ainouj inrn.
K Iave yoa tarUea. ooa the prioci
. - p hid Vluwa Id, oar Siafe Conv"fitMin
ol Jwq jn ao jfjtiog to a coo-par
tt-sjn judiciaiy ? t Are yoa mind al t f t he
. - ftct that if joa vote tjt CoToOtl Dotghtss
. ibcSaprvme Court Jde.'yoo will do so
IirJIrvet vioLttloa cf that-principle, n-'
' give to the Republican party thoe men-
- ben oat -of five ; ot tUeSupraaie Court
Jastioatf Will yoa da I? - If by your
: , J . vute ' yoa elect . CoL, DoagUss a sit ti.i?
' . . Baesa?er rf the Supreme Court, a Rrpab
lkae instead of tho Uoo-A. C Avery.
aad Ibeteby give tb Bfpubticios a mt-
joriiy olJhe Sapreaie -Coor ; tleo. V-t
, " every F"ka Party inaa a X tth Cam
, liu. kaog Lie brad la staaie and , at ver
again advocate a noo-paniatvo ja licisry.
TUrre a aaly one Superior 00 art judge
to4e voted &r at tbi vkctlon aod ho is
' C to fill a.vacory.
.UthvFiftli Jididl DUritt, where I
. aiisell reside, 00 PwpW party Uwycr
-. ' has beea nmin.Ud , foe thai oflice. iJy
rwigiiLorH..trtf nil awiLfello ar jowosooan
Junes S. SlaBnlc-, otDaiharn, ia a Drm
- ocratic candidate for that. J know Mr.
: . ' ' aIano:r: to be a taftbitiJ fiWyec of'tainy
years practice, add a gentleman of inUgri
; iy andkib, personal cbar-jetex. . .
. i Hit opptirW rVa UTuolieaV dk of
- v Caswell couolr. Ules yoa areiprepnrvd
. to reoooaCf'llie wbolceirhe priociplo ol a
,f noc-part'nauj jiiJaiy, I ask y:0 to vote.
: tor Vtr. llaooitrg ana sve to it' that his
as me la oo yoar ikkat, or if not, scnitch
. ' ' Mr. Spencer Adams, an 1 put it thtie
1- "Let me eautioo yoa to l3 crtfat to
-' read the Mioti of 00 vuur ticket before
-' tbey are pot into the ballot boxea.
My People Party frknds, think on
tbeaa tLiags b fore it is too late, ask your-
selves tbu' que-ttiort, what is the ri;i,t
tkiirg (or aw t tlow Then knowing wLai
.1 light have ike mtabood to n to the
po!t Dext'Toesrtae end tto the right Urn g
'" kooeatty and fear )ey.
- C "t ,lfiy6 assays you that sa t my
"J, persoaal candkkacy hr Oovernrr, it ives
: me h'tleroocem what the rru!r, as to
my ,own eUclioo r ilefcat mi y be; hot
" . the flitare status of the Peopita party . in
4 : la Nertb Carolina aad tbe ribt doc . ija
- of vital qasUe n: governmental plicy,
. Bute and Natiooal invoWid in tbispoliti-
- ' cal contest, caosea oms the tiecpest aoiicty.
: . X J"As joe love your country, your Dtisli-
bora, yoar fkmilK-s, and your dearest tu
; trreata, aod would jwtore j ropr ty and
happiness to the whU: ptrpl, how
- " yosnatvea a .patrioik at ihe p-U next
'. Tuesday, as ail troe P.puulists have
' befetefore pfofisuJ. to be. Tet m show
" tO" IM WprUI inat. We Sd note X"U Or j
. proiesatoeai oroca n.t Ki.rs, ont s iuu 11
political Ipjui-Jt,; o VJ. to action lyj
, love of eon a try sal a proper onrep-
. tlo of the dntirs and rvpojsihilitics, as '
- well as tbe pnvi!eres of Anisiicn citixtn-
; Holy writ and huxan ex pcriencf teach
J na that tbe tree b known by its iruit, ond
msa acta spenk louder than nords. let
' as prove oar pihtical faith !y our pnliti
Gutb;t')fa;s he ia in tbe fight to the
Kbw: Yoii, Octoler 91 A wave of
, fkmoraJlatioa swspt over Ibe Produce
Exchange Ihj t loing e o letta.
, . Wbeat closed 3i cenUlelow yesterJai'B
- The-nevs o'-n CbLa20, slowed a
panicky keliaj fa that market.
ALASKAN SEAL DISPUTE.
Sa Trawfcle Likely fer :Otfrlt.
Ba Pefal Kolntion Iu prb
Washington. D. C October 24. In
Mpile 01 tb rum pant jingoism over, the
litpulc between Eoglmd and the United
Statevovec the preservation, .of tho Alaska
.B4.-ne?lvlurre isuery promiso-
Aatio from Cauid t lend to rhabtlitf
roiBtnoo djsh conclusion which will
result In a new policy of sending sl-"cnti3
instead of politicians to study the situation.
THE CHICAGO PAR APE.
Ffan af Calllaan Btlwrra Parties.
, rnllarBnai Htjrb. Efforts ta Pr
uniCAftO, Octooer 'zt. Tuc piratic
cootrurtrsey U uiore nufetiled than ever.
Arrnpenentd for it are-Hring made !y
bot p4iikal parties,, whirli will give
rn ideaiorBtxaiiooi otxl S4i.ar.Tay night.
The fx-li'Ul fetliog ia:s hfcb, and t lie
diouer of a clash mc -eases homry.
The cJoler beads of bth arti g arc
doing iht ir almost to avoid trouble.
Tue niuDds of tie sili, campaign
aie advising taoJeratton while prominent
Rt-publicins are urging that cotu-esf ions
t road, but the hot heads will not listen
EX-SPEAKER CEXSP DEAD.
His Seriaaa ,IIIae Haawa la Few.
Ated as Private Sanllarl'ntri. '
AtXa-NrA. Ot , October 23. Ex
Speikfr Charles F. Ciisp died ibis after
ooon at a private S4nitarium, where he
h been for sixty dajp. v
The -rou- illness of Mr. Cr'p and its
proh4b!lfc"f tiitifrniiria'loo tras beea knowti
to his intimate friends fur sometime, but
it arse only spoken of JconGdi-n-inllj'.
He a f ubjefit to lu-art dicafe.
BrArfslreels Weekly Review,
Nsw YoirKrt)ctolr-23 Brmlstreeta
in its weekly trade review, fayv: GeneraT
trdrourtrrTuea aTcwg'"conTcrrgffvg lines,
boyv:s atd st-llers pre'irrios to defer busl
cess until after election.
The h&ivy demand for mcney lo move
whr at has causcil higher rates. Collections
PiantiTs are holding cotton (ot ao ad
ranee, "T - .'. "
BinK clranngs show five pi r cent 10
creise. Failures have increased. V
Tte ereral trade is fairly . satisfactory.
Speela!. " -
RALiioitN C, OctoUr 23 The
6t&fe fttr marshals gave a grand ball to
Chief marshal McKisoick was mtsented
wtTti a 209 diamond pin.
Rrfuae to Tell.
lt.Mj:iaii O-t. 23.--Th
t,o;Cau the nprd r.?l
clWiuMidVbjid liet n, &;oU n
returned ly him today,
tell anything alwut it. -
iroru ijim ws8
lie refuse? to
AS TO CHALLENGES.
Republican I ti airman laaara Clreolar
on t tiallen jjed Case.
RaLkoh, Oc'ohcr 0. Republican
State Cbai rm n irsuid tlie following cir
cular: "In trying chdleoes, nohal-k-nye
h( old bo lie:.rd nnfess the parly
thul:e'n.ed ia present, or that U"tice has
beea f'erve.1 on him. Tht party makinz
the challenge must make ou: his cusc and
ma t produce 8opn testimony tliat the
one challenj;-d is not entitled to vole.
The party whose vote is clmllt njtd, is out
reqniied to show he is entitled to vote
onf.l iIk- c.ie is ain'.e against him I'V
sworn tes'iinony. or cun this name he
ers-ed fr :u the b-iok until a majority of
tlu-judges and ngisisars vote to have
he votci's Dime stricken therefrom.
The Ciiair.mo th uM vote ou every
Colnmbn Delano, Dealt-
ilT Vkrnhn, Oh o. Oct. 2?. Coltim
bo Delano, who wis S--ret.Ty of the
Interior in President Grant's Cabinet, died
h re at noon, tiwlar.
frUrr lor Brjna
Milwaukgb, Wis., Oc. 2-J. Assistnr.l
Seoremrj of War, Do-, Has Dnnuri d th .t
he would suppoit liryua nnil all.
Wbeat Tiirix I'pward
Xtw Yokk.IM. 23. Whe.it e
totlay on' liaif cent a'-ove tlx
i ici-, inakii. the in t .niv.irce
lerd y'- price, one cent a L u-liel.
over vi s-
JolIXTOWS, Pa., Oilober
Cawbiin Ip n Wrkj
lave lcsumel lull
Mare cei 1.
t jNw York. October
27 Two an l a
qoartcr millions ofeb d ia toiinj from
96,000 BY rtTSXON.
So 8y Butler's Urtau Will b Vote,
la Fnvor Co-operation Ticket la
Raleigh. N. C, October 26 Senator
Butler's' paper will tomorrow publish an
estimate of the vote in North Carolina.
It will sav: Tlnre are 233,000 white
g, voters, of which sixty thousand are Ie-
poblicans,nrid CS.tOG Pi-pulists. But to be
on the safe. side, we will say fiftj thous
n, this lerves 1 20,000'' as mnximurn
nmbr? of votes Democrats cn poll for
tD'r SmtL' tickc
TLc ItepnblicaDS and Populists on their
co-operation ticket will - have 109,000
colored vottrs who will vote It quite
solidlf ao.i in these most be added sixty
thousand white Wepuolicaus and fitly
th. usar.l Populists', rd the total is 219,
000: The ditfirer.ee U. 95,000 in favor of
Thes tijures in our opinion show that
co-owratioa State and Congressional
tickt t will win hv one of the bigest ma
joriiirtever know in North Carolina,
ALL ARE QUIET.
Eleetlon Tickets CSoljic: Around
Cbances on Popntlot Ticket.
Raleigh, Oct. 23. A profound secret
cyisobuved alont the election tickets
of all litre.- p in ic-3. All are sending them
oat ' !
There is a rumor that the Populists had
made sorue changes in tin ir Jicktt, Lut
Clialrmnn Aycr 3ays this is nntrtip, that
the printr::! ticket is the same as that
printed hi the Caucasian.
i'onsnl 1'tlihntli Lee.
Wasuisgton, D. October 27.
Cons-u". General Filzhugh Lee will re
m iin nt i-is poslat Havana, and not take
his vu(-ii(:o to -tve a semblenco to the
tact of the ru'nors of dissut islactioD.
jTlie Xev York canaid to the i ffect
that CotMil Lee wou'd tetiirn to Wash
ington and President Citvehan) wculd
issue a warlike proclamation respecting
Cuba caused a slump in the maiket.
' It rrrrfved to have uo foundation.
Paris. il. Challemel Lacour, Minister
of Foreign Affairs iu tbe Cabinet of Jules
Madrid. An otBci-d note denies the re
ports that Spain is without resources to
conduct the war in Cuba.
Covington, Ky. John Eigan, a rested
for throwing a cigar in Secretary Carlis
le's face Thursday Dight, was brought
before tbe Police cou-l, but the hearing
was postponed till November oh.
Ltcuston, T x, Brown Brothers' dry
goods department store assigned late .Sat
Otday night. The p re ft i red creditors ng
gregate $00,000. Spetr Brthers, men's
clotliiug ;md furnishings, also assigned,
w ith pref. reuce xinuuntiug to $20.0o0.
New Y. ik. The British steau er
Wotvley IJa.ll, Captain Cameron, put iu,
her carpo of cotton on fire. Shs was
bound from New Orhaus lot Havre,
and ictl.tuc forrmr port October 10th.
The harbor li.-e bo.its re alongside the
J-cksonviile, Fla. The sale of the
Jacksonville, Tumpi and Key West Rail
UoaiJ, which was advertised to take place
next Monday, h is b en po.-tponed until
the fii"St ilond iy in M uch, ISO", by order
of Judge J. ''. Licke, of the United
Phihidelphin, Pa. Vigorous con
demnation of England's treatment ot
Irish political piisoners was expres?ed at
a meeting in the Academy of lltisic.
For the lime nil ditfaretiCes between the
Irish religii-us factions wire forgotten,
and tLilnrnians ami Orangemen united in
2s t-iv York Carnegie Hall, was filled
by 4,0C0 persons, who attended the wel
come meeting of the Armenian refugees,
he'd under the au'p'cis of the Woman's
Christian Tempe:ance Union, the National
Atmenian Relict Committee, and the
Silvuti n Army. Comnanchr Booth
Tucker presided, in the absence of Rev.
T. DeWitt Taltuage.
Washington Lieutenant P. J. Wtrlech
Luited States navy, has been ordered to i
steel inspection duty at Bethlehem, Pa ;
L:eu tenant J. II. Holcouibc lias been or
dered to duty iu the Bureau of Equip
ment, and Ass tan'.-Suigeon W. M.
j Wheeler has bjiu detached from duty at
tlt3 naval laboratory, N. Y., and ord red
. to the Franklin.
i Dn mingliam, Ala. At Smith's mines,
, neiir r.estemer. on Saturday night, two
cccriKS Ben No:fleet at.d John Mitchell
i attempted to hold up another negro
i named Henry Dale. They ordered him to
i hold up his hands. Instead of d.iing so
! Dale drew a revolver and killed Xorft et
amlihec optured Wi'cl.iil, whom he
, ma chad, at the point of his pistol, lo
, Bersemer, and thurj tuined him over to
, the authot dies.
j I'nnrrv to Tbe I'orte.
! I.oM)o.v -The Telegraph publish.sa
' dispatch Irom Constantinople saying that
the Dragomans of Ihe Erabaisie3 of the
mx great Puweis h .ve lojether attended
the Porte cn behalf cf the Embassies, con-
I veying n jm'nt 1.0'c. This calls for the
! -;!.. it-. ,f ilio imiiminl frl dprrnf.
' ins a f .iced levy of f om 5 to 20 piastres
12,000,000 snljects, with a
1 po ul 0.
view lu mmrg ouj.c
Outside Impressions Brenrdiui; tbe
1 lection,. Hot Fiajnt Over i'risp's
Neat, Administration Against
Bryan- Warsbips Expensive.)
Jouuxai. Bukkau. (
Washington, D. C. Oct , 2G i.
So far as the work at tho Washington
enJ is concerned the Picsidentitil cam
paign is over. There is no loDger any
bustle sround either the Bryan or Mc
Kinley headquarters. The work ot send
ing out campaign literature is ended, and
if uny votes are changed between tnis
and electiin day it will not be btcau-:e of
anything done in Washington. The fight
is now transferred to the voting precincts.
While th':re is less hysteria displayed at
Bryyn headquarters lhaa was on tap last
week, the Democrats and Populists are
claiming that Bryan will certainly be
elected by a small majority of the tlectotal
college aud that the silver men will elect
a mnjority of the next House. Al Mc
Kinley headquaiteis, llvy sra actually
jubilant in their confidence C at McKinley
will receive the 325 electoral votes claim
ed for him by Vice-Chairu an Apslcy, of
the Repnblic iu Congressional Committee,
or more, and that the numbsr of Repub
lican membeis of the n-xt House will not
fall short of the 22 claimed by .Mr. Aps
lcy. Outside of the political headquarters
the impression has been growing in Wash
iegton for some days that McKinley will
win, not by s largs a vote as Mr. Ap?ley
claims, but still that he will win. tf o gen
erul lias this idea become that most peo
ple speak of it as a matter of eoi:i :e, and
nine men out often taken at random on
the street and asked who they thought
would be elected repl e l without any hesi
tation, "McKinley, ' and yet a majority
of these men were for Bryan During the
period covering live Presidential elections,
Phave never known the opinion of the
t result to to be so nearly unanimous iu
Washington,, This is, perhaps, largely
attributable to the wishof90 per cent, cr
more of the government employes that
Mclviuley will win, but it isn't al! ch.irne
able to that, us many who thiiik that
5k Kinley w il! win do not wish him to
do so. F.i't what ever the caus?, tha case
is just as I huve stated it.
Piesilent Cltveland has a n'ee ju'cy
plum to give to somebody in lillirg the
vacancy on the C. urt of Claims caused
by the death of Chief Justice Richardson.
This is a lifetime job that at least two
members of the cabinet Wilson and
Heibert would very willingly drop into,
and oce of them may get it, but threats
have already bceu made by the silver men
who are in a mnjority in the Senate, that
no gold Democrat will ,be confirmed if
one is nominated to the viicaucy. It wiil
be a comparatively easy matter to hold
up any nomination made until after the
4th of March il" any number of Senators
desire to do so.
It 'u thought by Georgia men in Wash
ington that the deith of Ex Speaker Crisp,
who would have been elected to the Sen
ate will piecipitate a rtd hot tight for tbe
seat iu the Senate which G.u. Gfirdon
will vacate next March. That Ex-S$cre-tary
Hoke Smith would like to be Sena
tor, is woll known, but his fiuanc.al views
will probably put the prize beyond his
reach, as the Legislature is overwhel
mingly lor silver, and Mr. Smith, while
supporting Bryan and the Chicago p at
foiin is virtually doing so uodei- compul
sion. Gov. Atkiuson, whoce honu p p
ularitv has just been attested by a re-ekc
tion, it is believed ty have the best chance
for the Sinatorship.
The members of the administration are
swiping Bryan and silver c-vety time the
can. Secretary Morton -made the price
of wheat the basis for a statement shew
ing how prosperous our wheat grower;
are under th gold stand lrd; Secretary
Oiney?s department ha niae public a
statement, laid to be a summary o! cn
sul.tr reports, showing that wages in the
gold standard countries are better than
they are in countries whi. h have ..Ahc
double standaid, and other thiuijs la
able to gold and uni'avor ible to silver;
Secretaty Carlisle is on the s'.uiip; Sec re
tary Herbert, tlitto; Postmaster G. n-ral
Wilton has made one speech agiinst Bry
an and is expected to make oth is; S cre
tary Francis has written a letter calling
Bryan unel what he stands for soma very
hard names; Attorney G; neral Harmon
it w ill be remembered did the sanu thing
somstime ago, while Secretary La-non'. is
yet to be heaid froruiu acy s'ti'iing way.
although he has aunounced his intention
to vote for Palmer and Bockncr.
War ships are expensive even in tbe
time of peace. Tli3 annual :cp r of
Commodore Chadwick, Chief t' c Bjriau
of equipment of ihe N.-wy Department,
just ma le, shows that the c al t urne 1 by
our naval vessels last year co t L'nc e
(lone to Indiana.
D. C. O tobcr
Chairman Maiioi Puller, of U13 Popu
lists, has gone to Iudiana, ialhe iuterest
of the campaign.
Incorporate.! for 'I wo Million.
Albany, N. Y., Cct. il. H per
Brothers, the well known pubhsaing
louse of New Y'ork, wa i. corporaUd
j hs aIttriloon for two million dollars.
II) pnotlzer Snnteneed.
Nkw Havkx, Conn.,Cctober 2 Or. J.
1 F.livriril I was this af.ernoou found
' guilty 1 f b. tr.yiog Mis? Berdie I aimer
by hypnotism. Ha W-s sentecccd .0 t ve
I years imprisonment.
-11 G-opds 0--a.a,r a.ri.t
it if QUALITY
We have a
New Goods Bought at
Have Received Careful ilttenticnj and We
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS.
Our stock is so large, so varied, and offered at such LOW FIGURES, that we are sure O
that-our friends from this and adioinins: Counties who favor us with their -natronace: O
will admit that never before has such an admirable combination of
duality and Low Figures, been gathered together in this section,
POPULISTS GIVE SOME
URES ON STATE.
DemiKmffi l-ansh at Estimates. Doc
tor BlJrtt Tn'.ksi. Popnllism Costs
llALEicn. N. C Oct. 24
Many persons have asked for the lie
publican estimates of the North Carolina
vote. It is as follows: That McKinley
ill cairy trie State froai 8,000 to 15,000
. rid that E-isseh's plurality ought to be
40,000 in a 3 cornered rhjht as at present;
hat it Guthrie drops out it will be stilt
si-eater for tlussell, as 85 per cent of the
Populisms would vote for Jtussell, 10 per
cerd not vote at all and only 0 per cent
vote for Watson; tuat iu such a ount Rus
sell's m.-'jonly mi-ht be 00.000, and that
Guthrie's retirement would also help
the Melvrdey ticket. The Republican
estimate cf ihe Populist fclrtngthis 30,0Q0
riny couU;e.d that the Denn crats cannot
possibly e'ect a Congressman; that out f
1'26 tiKu.leisol tf.e lower house of the
Leu's'a u :e oivy 20 will be Democrats
:,nd of the 50 Senators only 10. The
further assert that then; an; not less than
15,000 white Republicans in the Stale;
!i.d that 55,000 white men will vote loi
MeKinle-y. They declare that there are
not a doz.m Republicans who will vote for
Bryan. Such are the Republican claims
iu their own words.
The Populists make this so:t of an er
imate: There are 223,003 white voteis,
.1 whom 5,000 are R")ublicaDS, leaving
177,000, Of tbe latter 50,000 are Popu
lists, who will vote agidnst Democrats,
caving ICS.OOO Democrats. Of these
7,500 will not vote for Bryau, making
lis vote 120,500. Add to tins o0,0fU
','oj u'is'.s and his vote is 170,500. To :tt
he Republican vote take the 109.000
ie-i'o voters, add to theai the 55,000
vliite Republicans and the result is 164,
uuO. Then to get the anti-Democratic
vote adel to the 104000 the 50.000 Popu
.ists and lite result is 210,000. Such ar;
he fiures.as given. It .vitlbo seen tn.d
he Popui'.s's actually give the Republi
ans more than lhe later claims aud they
icclare aU the lusio'n nominees nmst needs
-c elected -y enormous majorities.
The Democrat h.uh at the claims of
10th pu-ties. They decline to give figures,
ait tay the Republicans base their csti-u-.ites
on declared returns which they
howed Creehnan, the Vo:ld correspou-
;eut, and -which covered the registmtion
,:, wo n,M Saturdavs.
n, "1 T Mo-t ,.,vii,-i nl chair-'
:art of the free silver party, is here. He
says B y an w ill carry ll e State i nd lb: t
KiHsell will ho euc.c'j gtv-ntr. re
Fall O-reetinc 1896 !
after ttLE nNim"blG
and PRICES will get it,
Superb Stock of
IIACIOSUErK, & WlIiLETT,
47 & 40 Pollock
XEW BEME, K.
ridictj e? the rumor tl.al Gutluie is goicg
to wdhdraw in Wutsou's lavor, whi h
rumor the Repub ic .t s are industriously
circulating. He also lidicules the other
Republican rumors that Tom Watson will
withdraw is a bluff. Dr. Mott says many
negroes will vole lot Bryan in this State
that the Republican State committee is
getting monry fiom Mark Ilnnca, and
that the drawing f the color line by the
Democrats causes Maik to give more
money. The Doctor thinks Congressman
Pearson atd Lii-ncy will both be defeated
lie rf.arels the latter .-is exceedingly dan
gerous to the siUer cmse, because he is
for the coinage of American silvei pro.luct
only. He di elates a great many white
IUpublicaus will vote against Linncy aud
Pi arson. The latter ''slops over" be-in
a new convert i.nd caunot be depended on
to stand by silver as he is at heart abso
lutely devoted to Pritchaid, McKinley
and the Republican party. Dr. Mott savs
Seltlcs' election to Congress is iu dou:t
R. O. Patterson of the Republican
State committee makes the boast that
Pearson will cany all the couniies in the
9th disti ict save one.
JuJue Walter Clark, says there is an
entire realignment anel that calculations
Populist Scate Chairman Ayer asserts
that so far Populist headquarters has con
ducted the campaign at a cost of $300
He says there are 1,00-3 Populiits Jin the
9ih district and 7.C00 in the 5lh, (Liu-
It is we'l understood here that 111 foui
districts the Populists will see to it tha
Republicans are elected to Cougiess; thai
their nominees aie "dummies" and thai
their p'edge to that and Republicans is on
a fooiiiiLr with that of the Republicans b
that 5 ol Populists.
Wilson G. Lamb of the Democatic
State executive committee, is here aud
said totla : "It is my best judgment
after carefully examining the fig a res tha
we will surely carry the State. Democrats
atv aioiucd in all the couniies, anel are in
a more enthusiastic condition than since
1870. All Hanua's corruption fjLd cau't
deb at us.'' The Democrats at headquar
ters think the de'eclbn iu the patty will
Gen. W. P. Roberts who has been here I
several days, led for his home in Gate's!
ti day. He has twre or three months ,
sick leave from his post at Victoria. '
T.,c t.io!i liu- -v i t i Vii 1 st va lint Wt-ifo
1 j tc. Uilll t lie Aiuunuio inv. 1. uiiv
Fair give a banquet in compliment to
Secretary Jonn Nichols, to show their
. appreciit'on of his many courte les. Res
olutions o. thanks were aitooteo.
Populists Claim 50,000
P CI1U- .
Raleigh, O.t. 2Jr0polist Cha.r-
Ayers says that a poll of his party.
1.1.,...., ; t . fi r't . ! . Aiia.i it A rfAlna
' Republicans givd it oly half that num
e e cX sua Iepressnted.
j Ail Inspection of
I Dry Goods and Notions
Cj Will Astonish and Please the most
FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR, o
Street; AIko Jmietioii ueen and KroacI, C);-
ioll Wllbilnov ils.
i ew Youk, Octob r 27 IX rig In
hist eight days, lour millions of aoKi wete
withdrawu h-r hoarding purposes, and the
bank; are now tilusing to ive it on de
try till nt Ctiicnxu.
Chicago, October 7. Candidate
ltryau after speaking at liioomiugtou
Lincoln, in Illinois, today, has anived at
Chicago, where the hottest political con
test ever known has begun.
Led lo a Denlh-Traji.
CoxsTASTiNcrLE. The membeis f
two Armenian families have beea arres
ted here cn die charge of having been
implicated in tl)3 attempt ot Armenian
revolutionist-; to secure the payment ol
tribute by an Aimeiii tn t lawyer named
The latler made a reudez ioiis with the
mcu who made the dematul upon him
and then informed tha police of the facts.
Two policemen went to the rendezvous
where the revolutionists set upon anti
slabbed both ol th in.
The arrests oi Armenians on various
charges coiiUluj. It is rumored that a
large Seizure of bombs :n mad; in P5ra
Chicago, 0 tobi r 2i.
o is h
THE COTTON MARKETS.
October :. 7.
UjU.iry C.-ltou Op'-in d i:i New Y-ik
'.87, ai.el cios: d at 7.0 .
also $2.50 and
$2 snoes for
men and $2.50,
The full line for sale by
J. dT. BiXTEll,
intEnd to havE'O;.
under one roof.
TO OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS AN1
PATRONS, TAKE NOTICE:
"7"f: HAVE OPENED OUR TLACE
oi business next door to post otne.
and Mill le glad to hive yoa como and
eo. We carry a full line of Confection
o ies eoiisibting of
Plain and Fancy Candles,
Nuts, Raisins, Apples,
Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, etc.
Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, olff.
( Please call and see what
N. NUNN & CO.
The next session of the Superior Court
for v lalen county, will begin on Mooday,
Nov. aiber 30th, 1896. This term ot tho
co;ri will be for tbe trial ofj Crirninafu
well i s Civil cases.
Ail cases bound over or on appeal are
recognizable to this term of said court.
W. M. WATSON,
Clerk Superior Court.
The undersigned, B. F. Diokios, public
iidinii isirator, having duly qualified an
adniii.iptn.tor of the estate of Ada Dink inn
rb( eased, hereby gives notice that pe.eona
Isavng claims almost the estate of tho
t-a: I ,da Dinkins, deceased, to jirv-n-.t
tlit ni to the taid adminislrutor,
duly ; in he nt icated for piymeut on or
bel' i. ihe lGtli., day of Octob, r, 1697, or
i-in di s notice will le plead in bur 1 f
rci:y. Persons indebted lo the rstuto
11 1-1 1 av without delay.
.': F. DINKINS, Administrator.
'Tue Township Craven Co., N, C.
'1 1 , 1 th Day of October, 180C
1.; THE WORLD.
$5.CO SHOE FOR $3.00.
stylish, rable and pcrfect-fittine, atialltlct
afisolutcly necessary to make a finished thoe. The
cost of manufacturing allows a smaller profit to dealer
tnan any shoe so'.d at $3.00.
. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes art the
pioduc:iono of skilled workmen, from the bet
pcss.blc to put into shoes sold at these
The "Belmont" and "Pointed
Toe" (shown in cuts) will be
the leaders this season, but any
other style desired may be
obtained from our agents.
W nii only tbo het Calf. Rnaala Oalf
(nil iuor, rrenrn i-Rumi iu, rirowi
KnuiiH-l. Vii-1 Kid, etc., niIMieor-
blo,,(i wltii rt,Hfi of The ftitoM.
If (Ic-ulrr not aiipplr rn, writ ,
W. L, DCT7GLAS, Brocktam,
i n-iiooui VaJiB.
JNvw Kerne, X, C.
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