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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, NOVEMBER 6, 1896.
JJOJTI iTXXX, CLAIM IT.
aU aUjr-M I.U Bark
- Rw-ia, N." C., November 4 la a
bulletin, at bo-; Cha'rtLin Manly say,
, ,fXCttrViil5p: DpniKric gains in
:Trj wfuaiX? 30 a heard
.fhaaObejUM, wklCh maintained are
Gtiak h Mfe lq4jr c'.etted.
,r Brjao D!iJ'riy witl not be Its I ban
1 tbiok KUch-B and Dougbtoa are
fcctcC j.1b BpaWican Clmirman is
. buinbJ relsra en Ukj oe of 1892.
Wbt W9 b4 frt ihoustod plararnj."
CIikma3tblUiaan ScttUTa Wctioo
, not crttalsl iTUiokaclAurjrj ia. elected.
" T KarnoQ tokT .tukt be is Ue. I hr
oo ftgpH Vxw VVaia al IUmfII.
ycKiutey cuirie Ibe&aiei iatioiea
faj reprU turn ?1 twwtw, KfP , !
p-tix v t f r " i "
' TAb, N. C, Nveifcbrr 4. -Geo.
H.Wbit,Re'tKatMio-.', fiir Coo
y,ntm io SCun DiMTrt, mjs he will
. Un a avjortt j otftOOO.
Nkw Toac. . KovemU r 4. Siock
optoed boojaai al tlnl about one per
raai UIov lb bvkt fiiutw ol lb dy
" wlta a wrong fating,
Look tor higher
- spcta .
Kl8TOir;N.O.NiTember4 W. T.
McCarthy; Rfpubiie etect for State
; rVnate ba ataj'rity i Greene coaoty of
200; aanl ia Lenoir couo-y, of 800.
Special. ' '
f sBbatjtJT. O, NoVcmber SD. L.
' WarJ and 11. tC Konce, Dem'ocraU car
ldCirteret cmrotj-by t7 m.y, E.
; C Dm acait Jlr t -u Mkrun "Sute ljlalative
. decte4 by .27
3ra Craaaa r WyrSaeat. '
Uavbk r& GaiCaCild. llundreda of
' abooiera snrtkipab.tl in tbe ooelaaghl oo
" tbe rojal caaraa bjck and the too'bsoroe
'redhead Ou In ignoranca of wbat was
Koia oo at drfj break wou'd hare thoaghl
. it was tba aaaakt-try of a coafk'e of. rvjji-
neotj of Ulantry. in action. All'porta
' mea kKw It ms tbe opening of tbe duck
' shooting aeaa 3D of 1896 oa tbe Sa-qoe-
. Yarbtaof all slaea. with parties total
' New Tork, I'bHacMpbia, Long Bmncb.
. XSaltUwiTf. ana otber chie, k op their
berlba aloogsid tbe local craft nd ves
11 arU nt tb near by enlbasiasU m tbe
-' abootin; grwooJ, nod tbe owners ani
Koesis prepared to enjoy IhemseWea for
I an IndefloH jwriod Tbe peo season
' ; IaaU anUl AiL Tba growih or wild
celery U almadant as was erer knowr,
aadlba bird as pleatifal, gitinjr. promise
. ". c4 rxeelkni tport.
. -J" : Crwla H lkt HMlr.
- - BAYOsaaC Scbrader tba "Dirln,.
f Fealer," was vbitert at Baiter' Hotel bv
fall 1,500 peTauos..Soo were drawn by
. v cariosity. Bat many aoosbt bia aid. Some
' declared after they bad undergooe tbe
treatment that Ihry felt ' better. Three
ladles atktd bin to treat them one for
bbndMfts, aootber tor paralysis, and tbe
' third foe dealoeas. Schrader blessed them
and tbe wnaaaa wbo bad stiftVred from
JrIyi-4Jd i abo felt betbr. Tbe one
. - ' tteabbMl wilb deafness leti Iter iroaipet
v" behladj-uytaz sb coabt bear without it.
' .Caiauk'a Iwait S Aaaerlea.
V . vWAiazaaTo. Mbaiatrr Dcnby h
formed Um Drpartmeat or State that tbe
"n Cbineea Foetbjo effice bad awarded to
V tba Eaidwia Loco mot ire Works af Fbila
I V delphla tba cootraet tor bailJin einbt
. . loetmotires for tbe Imperial railways.
' v. r CoW18 Locoroatire Woiks were
N. ibe o wes t bidders.
Sovenaber 4 States from
'tba general eltctkn, Tbe United Pres
baa. josi issacd a bulletin in wbicb it in ves
"HcKinley 263 (doctoral vot, Bryan 106
douUful id." Tbo docbtrul SUtes tietrijt
' Ckliorn, Washington and North Dakoo
S IWlXrrtnrfollQwin States are coo.
cadatl tu McK'mley witb piarality ranging
trom.9,000 io the case of West "Virjiinia,
. to' 0,000'in the State of New York.
V ; Coaaectknt, Delaware, IllinoU, Indiana,
laws, . Kiatocky. Kansas, Maine,
' UaryUod, Massacbtuctts, Michigan,
; , laUaoesotaew Barathire, Ntw Jersey,
Kew Yark, North and Soofb D-kots,
" Oblo, "- Oirgoa, Pvnnsylran'u, Rhode
Isbiad, Yermoot, West Virgloi arid
. Wisconsin, These States pive McSioley
an electoral rote of 278 or 54 mure than
Mceasary to elect bitn. Dry an carries tlie'
rettalader of tbe States except California,
, -, Idaho, North Carolina. Tennessee and
t . Tex, which are stilt in doubt Tbia
practically Is ao eod of tbe election and
' " McSaleT will las the next resident of
tbe UaUed Sutrsl
"-- d " The Pljaaary lint Bis Uie.
; Mr. C Qulkraette, Lhuggisr, fVatr?-
' tilfr, IlC. ssjk To Dr. King New
Discorery I owe aiy lifc. Was taken with
1a Grippe aad tried all tbe physicians for
': aika aeont. bot ot no avail and was siren
p aed told I could not live. Having Dr.
-Kio'i JfeW DjCoTery in my store I sent
for a bottle and began its oe ana irom
, the first dose began to gtt better, and afr
Buorr tores bottles was up and about
.Ujala.' It la worth ita weight hi gold.
Vf i don't kai D stora or booe without ibn
. Oct a ftwinel at F. SL Daffr'a Drug j
- - Sicca, - . ;- r .
VAKIOUS POLITICAL STATE
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Nrw Okolmkle I'raiu Juiimi. UmI
Irr i w Nlb)lK-. Set lie Dtrnl.
riNai Girra. Batwll'i
riarMlily. Prna Bf k Mlolra.
Hai.jcigh, N. C. November . A tliiDg
Itkli puzzles manv Democrat bere. K
whf no news sl to National alu. (iou (to
' had. Not a tiord bis come from Chair
ittan Jorxs Vxlu?, alihui(l) CliairmaD
Manly bus n-p-aiedly wired h)co for news
Senator Butler wired, today, I bat li
.ii'l not know bow th.- vjte sto -l.
TbKnas Settle is tle ooly Gurefiw,al
caudidaie Wcatl by Democrat?, be j
latateo by 8 10 rote?.
lb-pabticuQ State Cbuirman IIoKod
gives the nb re fiure.j.
Thc Democrat ic noroiocea nir
elected by mij-ritk-8 rangiDg from 1,400,
ror Ricbmorjd, Pearson, to 4,200 for
Cbairrnan Ilolton nonouncra that Jude
Ru-eir plarulity is 12,000.
LtetnocrtiU udoiit tb:it Ha-sell wins, but
by n.ocl) smaller figures, soruetliin; like
Tom Mason, for Lieutenant Governor,
run ahad of tbe Democratic ticket, and
itera k aoiue talk t but lie nuiy get in,
ihoo'h tliic eeerns unreasonable.
Mm Klt After All.
Raleioh, N. C. November 5. Gov
ernor Citrr was ootifijil ibis nflernoon
1 1 01 a not waa tbreattDcl at Oxford, and
was asked to order troops on duty.
lie put tbe local Company on duty, but
A 8 p. in. ull was quiet there.
rrtret Count jr.
Ukacfort, N. (J., N ivimber 4. lie
tarns indicate that Carteret rruoty will
go entirely Democratic ixcept Duncan,
IJepuMusn, lor the ly-gislatuie, who will
go ia by about 27 votes.
Wichita, Kan., November 4 Returns
indicate that Jerry S nipsoa i re-elected.
Washinoton. D. C. Novemlier 4
The next United States Senate will be 48
goldites, 4i silver: tee.
Aw Offer I Mr
Naw York, November 4. XT. J.
Bryan baa been offered a position by a
r.stye Department Store of this city, a
alary of $25,000 a year to n.an tge its
Jufm Caiaily Hrnnlaral Vate,
Trentox, N. C, November 4. Tbe
voti io Jon s county forthe State Ssnate
was aa follow g, G. L. Llardison, Populist,
809, W. T. McCarthy, Republican, 761,
D. L. Ward, Democra 609, E. M.
SULTAN MUST ACT.
Stavteaeewt AaVeait Armtila Befer
Prcateh) Denailiea. Oeaanaid Made
PAkis. Io the Chamber of Deputies
the minister of foreign affairs. M, Uan
ootftm made an important statement re
garding Armenia, in the course of which
MTbe powers have done their duty and
accord has been established between tbe
powers wbo recogn'r. d t bat isolated ac
tion mast be averted and that common
action would not efl"'t the integrity ..of
Turkey. During the Cz it's visit a pre
cise ixcbange of views occ urred on the
points before Parliament. United Europe
will be able to show the Sultan that he
must give his subjects security and
"United Europe will make the Sultun
understand that not only the Armenians
bat tbe Catholics and tbe Mussulman? are
suflering from tbe same evils and Deed the
same amliorations, and will show him
that the source of those evils is' n bad in
ternal administration. It will indicate
tbe means to establish orJer everywhere,
without h-;ch the country c moot con
tinue to exist. It will demand the execu
tion of bis promises uud the enforcement
and extension of the reforms already
granted, will put an end to violeat re
pressions, will open the prlsoo?, and will
also bric- home to him that tbe powers
hold him responsible for the safety of
M. Jaurt a. tbe radical socia'L-t deputy
for Curnaux, attacked the government for
shirking its duly, nn I denounced the
covetous polky if England and Russia.
Hi then submitted a motioa blamiug the
government, which was rejected by a vote
of 451 nays to 54 yea.".
Then the order of the day was udotU
.ed by a vote of 402 to 90, thus approv
ing the government' statement.
Afterward the Chamber of Oeputies
voted a million franco lor the relief of the
sufferers by floods.
Braaalrefl'a Trade Rfrtf w.
Nkw York, October 00. Brudsti eel's
in its weekly irade review &ays lusiness
in staple Hues is contiued to immediate
wants. Tbe inter-st in the election is ab
sorbing all attention.
The volume ol trade i smaller thaa a
week ago and contiuues restrieted and
will lie so until the n suits of the election
Advices fiom important and distribut
ing centers report that the leading c m
mercial industrial houses take a hopeful
riew of boeiness, and expect au tarly re
vival in iL
Leather, wool, wheat, corn, iron and
and hud all show an increase in value.
toMlav-u Ilia I.il-.
Nkw Ikinsvick, N. J. John'
Krau-ie ;md Jo-rph Ouuiel werv lolled in
j lil char-rl with ulrneloiis n's.iult i.nd j
lu tery willi inten' t Mil upi Ju'm T r- i
liune, ciblii.-r f ide Fiit Nylion.-d 15anl ;
of r.'irii; IJruncn. The riuluer, wus sin t I
ly one of iho two men whom he caught I
powbiag. His thick overrent saved him!
t'rooi seTi.im i i j iry. Tiie c:i-her has beu I
ionoyed a ynat dial by ilejiredntions i't ,
!iunaer, who slumt rulibits in u de-
liartce.ot the law which (-aya that the ani
nirtls niu-it not be killed until Novenihir j
Mr. Terlmne has done ruu.di towards
skx-urio" the enforcement (
game laws in
tola section. He went lor u for u stroll
with James Heed, a farmer. Hearing
shots they concluded thut poachers were
at work uud trespass ug on Ike i'd prop
erty. Soon they came upon two men
with ;uuj. Terhune reminded them that
tin y were shooting on Sunday and out ol
A-is .n, and be considered it h".8 duty to
' urn them over to the hi w.
One of llic gunners snore, tm l the oilier
said. '-IF you dont min.l your own business
we will find a way t mike you," aa I he
po:nt.d his uo at Reed and took aim.
ueing uannei, iteeii iook id uis mei
The gunner pulhd tbe triggrr, but the
cap did not explode.. Then the other
poacher lire 1 at Tt'ihune; the latter felt
S 'ltthinji strike him and thought tiint
he ws badly injured, hut was uble to run.
Afterward he found that none f the shot
had peoetrated his overcoat. Reed and
Terhune then returned to the village and
alarmed the farmers.
Tbe poachers were found at Browntown
four miles away. Constable Connors ar
rested them. They did not have their
guns with them, but Reed tqd Teihunc
were positive that they were the right
men. They refused to talk.
Mark Ifnnna'a Ntatrinrul-
New York, November 5. Mark
lanna istuid a statement this nfternoon
claiming California, Connecticut t, Dela
ware, Illinois. Iadian:i, Iowa, Mniuc,
Maryland, Mussachuett, Minnesota,
Michigan, North anl South Dikotn,
New IIambire, New Jersey, New
York, Ohio. Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode
Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Vis
cons n, Wyoming, 237 electoral votes,
thus infurmg McKin'ey'a elecliou.
He says the incendiary utii ranees and
pretended claims which question the
accuracy of the aUtve claim should not
disturb the public.
Bryan. Ohio. The home of Edward
Wille'.t, niar Pioner, was deotroied ly
lire and his two fcirls, live and twolve
years, cr burned to deub.
Fall River, Mass. George Fish, bged
ix y, a firmer oa the Fish R.ad, North
Tivertun, WaS gored und trumpleil on l.y
ayi uug bull, and dieil two Lou.s later.
Sau Francisco. Thcwhulinir tchooi.er
Palseua urrived fiom the Arctic With the
rirst mate, II. P. Bowen, in irons. He is
charged with the murder of Frank Jones,
the vessel's Fecond mate. Dowen was
delivered into the custody of the United
Nashville, Tenn. Dr. Bradford, who
shat and killed Deputy Sheriff Haley in
Henry County on Friday last, committed
su'eide by shooting himself. He weut to
'.us futher-iujlaws residence, ate a hearty
meal, and walked out into the yard and
took his own hie.
Shell') ville, Iud: Constable Campbell
arrived with a warrant f r the arrest ol
Willis' Smith, charge! with i tiering John
Reed $2 to vote for M Kmley. He went
to Smith's house, and found him locked
in an up stairs room. Upon being re
fused admittance the officer broke down
tbe door. Smith hit the officer on the
head with a club, fatally injuring him.
Sinilh is under arrest.
Canto, Cul. Tbo half cremated body
ol John Mudgelt, a wealtqy ranchman of
Ural, was found in the embers of his half
burned home by W. H. Davis, a neighbor
Mudgctt lived alone on an immense tinct
ot land. He was a reputed boarder of
wealth, and it wa3 rumored that he bad
money stored ntoul the house. His body
bore unmistakable evidence of death by
violenc before the fl imes reached him. i
Both lower limbs ate missing.
Annie Vanderwall, ngrd seven years,
had her head cut off by the cars at Chi
c igo, 111.
John Jewel, colored, was shot ncd
killed while shouting for McKinley, at
H. O. Stuhb-, aged 22, an actor now
playing at Tacoma, Wash., has fallen heir
to $216,000 by the death of a London
Tbe vault iu t tie oflice of Toronto Uni
versity, Toronto, Ont., was entered Sat
urduy night and $3000 iu cash and checks
A ri.H crowing out of politics occurred
on u ferry boat which plies between Par
kcrsbnrg, W. Va., and B-lpre, Ohio.
Sohn Me--terton and Eli Bonlis were
Dan'ul McCarthy, Jr., w;is shot and
faUlly wounde I by Janus Ad tins at In-
dianapolis, Ind.. as ttie result of a poliii-
cal quarrel. j This uens is all fiom Democratic head-
Mark Ethir, a prominent Inwter ol i l"arb i s. Republican chairman lias many
.Montreal, Q ie , died from ti.etffets ol j teK-tarns, but these i.r.; altered, lie
ca.b..lic acied ti.Uen with suicidal lu ent. I says Lincoln is Ib'puMicau by fcur bun
Family differences were the cause. I dred. Hal Aver l.:.s as yet no county
The President has pardoned Emil C. ! ''c! un,s' , . . XT
. . , ,. . ,. c , Democrahe township chairmau J.N.
Knappc, convicted of embezzling thefuods ,, .... . . r
r.u r xr l it- Holding tc Is me Otho U ils.. n voted for
of the Cbicopee National Bank, ol SininiT I ,
c , . , , McKinley and Russell and mtire Repub
An uuknown man was run over nud
killed by cars -'ax Wind, a twelve-year-old
boy, fell under the cars and bled to
death; Gerald Bethune was fatally stab
bed, and Clarence WUitlock s lot at Dtn
liEPORTS FROM ALL OVER
Kemrns 1'olnt m .M Iln)y nixl llo
barl's Klocl ion. . Will Tiike n Iiy
lo;ive li linllc Voir FitcnrrD.
( 5 A. M. )
l'Vom all returns the election in
lie various States eeems to have
) passed off quietly. An immese vote
nrdlnd p vorvwhere. shnwincr the
Interest taken in the election by the
The " Australian ballot system
.-ecras to have caused some delay in
returns, and the delay
j vVa3 farther helped by the number
I , . . , r 11 i
.) lckets in the field, and the
J 'scratcliinor' of candidates.
I The returns up to this time indi-
j l5ite the election, of -MjKinley and
llobart, the Republican Presidential
nominee?, but no definite vote can
be given them at this writing.
In North Carolina both Demo
crats nnd Republicans claim the
State for their respective candidates,
it will take a day, probably, to de
cide the question by a count of
Ralkigh. X.C.. November 4, (1 :1 G
a. m.) To show the slowness in count
ing the votp, the result in Raleigh was
LiOt known at midnight.
The Democratic State Caairman still
contends that returns from the Slate are
better than his tstimat s, and thut his
estimates elect Watson (io?ernor.
The Fopubst Statu Chairman says Bry
an is safe so f-iras North Carolina is coa
National Committeeman Jostphus
Daniels saya Bryan has carried tha S-ate,
but that everything else is ia doubt. though
it seems Republican an i Populist fusion
has svvejjt everything anl that reports in
dicate that perhaps two Democratic
Congressmen may be e'eeted, though this
Rai.eigu, N. C, November 4; 1.18 a
in. At Democratic headquarters m:d
night, it was said Bryan had c irried Ire
dell, ly one thousand, Oatson by 4i0, that
Mecklenberjr had g me 800 Bryan,1 Person
bOO for Kitchen und that in latter county
whoie Democratic ticket is elected;
Rowan county 1,200 'for Bryan, 1000
tor Watson and that nsarly all these show
net gains That Robeson and Columbus
tre Democratic and that th re is not the
sl'shtest fear that Bryan has lost the State
That reports so far in bund are bttbr
than cstima'es and that estimates tk-ct
At Republican headquarters they claim
Mecklenbersi and say Democrats concede,
it, and say they have carried Guillord by
230 Durham by 450 and claim Wake
At Populist headquarters Cabarrus is
claimed for Bryan by 400 and for fusion
ticket by 330 and Wilson also.
Chairman Aver says the Democrats
concede Chatham to fiuionists by 500.
Jrine precincts in Raleigh and Wake
give McKinley 314 majority.
Raleigh, N. C, November C At the
vaiiotis headquarteis at ten thirty o'clock
this news was gathered. Democratic
Chairman said, 'T have heard nothing
from State save from lew scattering coun
ti?s. It takes a long time to count new
ballots, indications are favorable to us and
that Br) an will carry the State. We may
ekct part of our ticket iu Bladen, Rus
sell's majority there if udv will i-e very
small, and this a gain of 500; our majori
ty in Johnston exceeds 800. Populists
there voted the Republican ticket largely.
Republican State Chairman said, '-We
crry Meeklenburg and Madison, by 8j0,
Rockingham by 00, Runcombe by 400
Bertie 500, Halifax, Edgecombe, Lincoln
and Davidson by 200.
I get not a word yet as to Congressmen.
My ea'culations ate holding well, based
en my roll of date on registration returns
and I stick to my figures, 15,000 major
ity for McKinley aud over 40,000 for
Populist Chairman said: "T have no
ret ura yet a to Congre-".:)! jn or o u itie-,
Otbo Wilson says any in ir, who siys he
vote! for Russell and McKinley is an
Rai.eigu, N. C, November 3 The
election was perfectly quiet here. KeUirns
came in very -dowiv. News at Demo
! cratic hsadqu irter
up to i ,ht Hi ity is
very nir nger as to State lickt-t no esti
mate i poiile. So ittering r-tums from
some thirty couiiie.s m.v. Chairman
Manly says, Jec.'oi-ai vote ul St ile is safe
for LI' van. Dapliu, Johnson and Mc
Dowell are Democratic by increased ma-
tr-.ties, David-on, Forsytbe und Bertie
i are Republican. Large Demcciatic ains
are repoiUd iu Columbus aud Warren, j
ican outtt. News comes in that seuud
money Democrats voted almost solidly
or McKinley. Chaimiin Ilolton says
they worked at polls for McKinley. M.
L. Wood telegraphs Ilolton, Beitia goes
Republican by five hundred and Ilolton
has news that iu Johnsonmany Populists
voted straight Republican ticket.
Thomas Settle is iu close place in 5lh
Distr ct. Chairman A ver astcttained this
'omc days ago and Pence sent Cy Thomp
son tilt re to socak and work for Settle.
New York, November 3. New York
Journal bulletin says McK:nley has car
rid Massachusetts by oyer 100,000.
Boston. Republican candidat s for
President and governor (airy every city
anil town lor first time in history of state,
twelve Republicans and one Democrat
elected to Congress. Legislaluie strongly
Republican nmj rity :u state will reach
The total billot in Cook county with a
pneinct missing, McKinley, 199,445
Chicago, HI., November 4, (3 a. m )
Streets in business centre of city literally
jammed street cars blocked and side
walks impassable at p jims where bulle
tins ate displayed.
Chicago. The Recoid has just s'g
nalled by search light the election of Mc
Kinlev. Chicago. Associate! pres s ys at
present ratio of Rrpu ilican gains in Illin
ois will nive McKinley plurality of 100.
Chairman of Democratic State commit
tee concedes Cook coumy to McKin
ley and Tunner-
Chicago While Tanner has run be
hind McKinley something like 25,000, in
Chicr.go and very heavily throughout
state, he is e'eeted over Altgcl dby a very
New YorkNew York Herald says
later returns from Illinois, gives McKinley
150,000"pdundity. Tanner's plurality over
Altgeld will bj 125,000.
The Times says Wigconsiq is claimed
for McKinley by 80,000.
Wisconsin. E. C. Wall member of
National Democratic committee has gone
home his last estimate 12.45 a. m. is hun
dred thcu-and Republican plurality.
Chairman Fry claims State for McKin
ley by 50,000.
The New York Times claims McKin
ley has carried Oregon by a small ma
The Desmoines lo-va Leader sound
money paper gives state to McKinley by
Desmoines Iowa Democratic b'tate
committee concedes Iowa to McK'uley.
Fiftccu precincts in Indianapolis, Indi
ana give McKin'ey L749 plurality.
Richmond, Va. Returns indie ite Detu
ocratic loss of all sections of the State.
Heavy rains kept Democratic white
voters from the polls. Negio vote heavy
for McKinley. Populists voting almost
solidly for McKinley.
New York, November 3. New York
Journal bulletin says Georgia has gene
for Brjan by 43,000 plurality.
Chairman Repub' icau State Committee
wires Mark Hanna that McKinley plurali
ty in Iudiana will be thirty thousand.
Washington, D. C. November 4. Chair
man Babcock of the Republican 'Congres
sional committee says Republicans will
have as many members in next Congress
as in this, while the Senate will have a
good working mnjo. ity.
The Galveston News concedes Texas to
Bryan says Hawley Republican of third
district reasonbly sure elected and also
Noonau Republican in 12th.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch says indi
cations point to Texas having gone for
McKinley, by a safe majority, Populists
voted for hi-n.
Nashville, Tenn. Vote of Nashville
cannoi be had tonight.
Grand Forki, N. D. Thirty precincts
of Grand Forks and Larrinoiegivc Mc
Kinley 2;So0, Bryan 1.8s!).
Despatches to the Associated Press from
St. Louis sa ?: G' veruor St- nj member
of Democratic National Comm tlec con
cedes" election of McKmli y,
Chairmau of Democratic State Com
mittee fjlued tonight to make statement
regarding Maryland except he concedes
State to Republicans, except the first Con
Indication of heavy vote, both parties
claim State, meager returns show in
New York, November 3. Herald says
Pennsylvania will give McKinley 200,000
New York, November 3. Journal
special says Rhode Island has gone for
McKinley by over 15,000.
New York, November 3. Tribune in
dications show that New Jersey has gone
for McKinley by 50,000.
Jackscu, Miss., November 3. Missis
sippi gives Bryan a majority ol 50,000.
The vote for Watson will not exceed 10,
000. Seven Democratic candidates for
A fieree riot prevented election in
Southern pait of Delawaie. 2. McKinley
ge'.s the fctate by 15,000.
New York Herald says McKinley cur
ries Kentucky by 15,000 with Republic. m
majority in Hons". Bicckinridge elected.
New Yoik Times fays Minnesota Re
publicans claim the State for McKinley
Indications now are that Biyan has;
carried the State by at least 13,000. Leg- j
islature which chooses U. S. Senator, j
claimed by both parties.
Nebraska is conceded to McKinley
Lincoln, It is taid State is in doabt
with chances in favor ol Bryau. Demo
ratic Chairman Mcnah ui claims State by
2,000. Republican Chairman also claims
State for McKinley.
State has gone for Bryan by 30,000.
New Orleans. Indications poiut to
Bryan currying State by 20,000 to 40,C00.
Cleveland, Chairman Hanna says Mc
Kinley will have over one million plural,
ity on popular vote.
Columbus, O. Chairman of the Repub
licau Committee says ret u ins are meager,
but show ratio ol gains that if maintained
will give McKinley 73,000 plurality in
DISMISSES FOR CAUSE.
Campaign Workers Flint no IM:icf
Aficr Absenting; Themselves in
Washington, D. C. November 5.-
Thoma3 E. Adams, a nephew of Seuat r
Blackburn, an agent at Seal IdanK was
ilismisafi I I iv Sifrpt:irv fl'ii'liap 'or mil i t io. 1
work done in the campaign.
William Ryan, of New Yoik, returning
here after campaigning iu New York
found his place none.
Secretary Harmon has removed Jamas
II. Crouch, Assistant United States Dis
trict Attorney, for West Virginia, for
being a candidate for an elective office.
Bryan's Vote iq North. Carollimr
RALKTQfj, N. C, November 5 Chair
man Manly tai l at 8 p. m, tonight,
'Bryan's majority in the Stite is 15,600.:'
Chairman Ilolton, sajs, '-Bryan carries
the State by 6,000.''
Committeeman II. L. Graut makes the
rem nkibie state nen', that there is so
much scratching, tint the Reptr j. ans
may get some elei-bvr-1.
The Democrats Lng'i at !:.t
term this, an absurd statemect.
NEXT STATE ASSEMBLY.
Esttiuatea on Bo III lionsen. H.jnibli
catts Likely to Hare JlJ .t isy on
Raleigh; November 5. Chairman
Holton's estimate is that the Republicans
will have 58 up inbers m the llou.-c, the
Populists 20, and Deunocat.-, IS. and taut
the Democrats wt'l uot hive ovei 0 m the
The Republicans are calculating c n
having a majority on a joint b illot over
both Democrats and Populists.
State Pension Board,
Raleigh, N. C, November 5. The
State Pension Bord reports that there
are 5333 pensioners oa their lists, an in
crease of 278 over last year.
Of these 2758 ere widows.
t"onr Years More.
Lincoln, Neb., Noveni'-cr 5. Bryau
says he does not concede McKtnley's elec
tion, until the figures sent I y the
National committee warrant it.
He says the fight must go on fbu.' years
Bnrncd to Dealb.
New York, November 5 Mary
Deocher was barued to death, and eleven
other inmates of the Harlem House, were
injured by an explosion aud tire this after
noon. Somel hills' lur Ben.
Indian atoi.is, Ind., Noveur et 5. It
is stated that McKinley will c ll'jr Kx
President Benjamin Harrison, the poit
folio of Secretary of State, in his cabinet.
Nkw York, November 5. The stock
market went up this morning, but lost
all the advance and closed slightly lower
The chief breaks were in Tobacco and
A quarter of a million dollars iu gold
wus deposited in the United States Trca -ury,
On a 1 reiaht Train .
Middletown, N. Y. A freight train
on the Erie Road, in charge ol Conductor
Gilsou, was boar-led by thirty tiamps
near Callicoon. Brakeman Frank Teller
ordeied them to leave the train, when one
of them, Henry Mead, drew a revolver
and ordered Teller to throw up his hands.
Teller turned and'started to run toward I
the caboose, when the tramp fcfired one i
shot, whicn fortunately did no harm.
The whole crew then gathered aud at- '.
tempted to eject the unwelcome passen- ,
gers, but were beaten off. j
When the train reached Port Jervi3, i
Detective Feltman joined Jthe gang and i
coaxed them "to a place where he told
tnem they could all sleep. On arriving j
mere a squaci oi pence swoopea uown
upon them and arrested the entire, party.
Mead who. was the leader of the gang,
and wbo shot at Brakeman Teller, had
leit the train at Hancock, where he was
tubsequently captured. ZZ
Highest of all in Leavening S
Tnr I If I be Inert nsetl .
Nkw Yokk. Novi n.ber 5 llainn
! die taiitf will be increase I. IL- pr.oe
Democrats for their aid, and thin'
I si! vi r isu 3 dead.
I u iird St. -ties Si nulc
Washington, I). C, Novembi r 5 -The
latest returns make the United 'Sia'r
Senate, Hppahlicaus, 4 1; Democrat " ';
Independents and Popul:st., 12; eu': -fill,
Mny Eftect I lie Ketnrns.
IxDiAN.vpoi.rs, Ind., November 5.
Chairmm Martin says th it t!v: fulure t
count the Populist vote fr Bryan will
efhee McKiuley's ninjoiity, if n t wipe d
Coming In Mn l v.
Nkw Yo k', Xovomlwr 5. R i
from Kentucky, North Dikoiaaud Wo
uiiiig arc coming iu sl.wi-.
T'ne Democrats elaun Kentucky by t n
! thoiis md. It will require an o!i;. i ,1
count to dec hie Wyoming and North Di
Bryan cinie 1 North Carolina bv S o
and Tcnnaseu by 10,00.1.
Oregon goes Ibi McKinley, and ( .
j foruia is close with indications lor Mc
A Di y tirin.
R.ukih, N. C, November 5. J-a'.c
Populist Candldaie, W. A. Guthrie, Wh
here, today, and he said, "I am, tl.o l.ap
p'ust deituU-d man you ever siw i.i ktdl
Spoiled n IIolil-n;..
T "V - I t . ...
I jjKia.K Vllji.r., i. J. Jonn Klein. irn
crul agent of the Hartford Life-and Acnu
ity Iusuranee Corapmy, in this State.,.,
has an office at No. 1-9 Maiket si red.
Mi waik, was the in'endtd vie bn oi
He weat to the Soho sretiou t
township to transact some business ... . i
hich he engaged Daniel Campbe,'. ...
liVe him to BloomPeld. The vehicle
i two seate I one, and the insurance a.. ui
i ccupied the rear seat. When the car
riage was near the Morris Canal bri.i. v
twtjj men jumped from the side of tin
road, und, while one of them grapct lh..
horses by the Li i, U.e odi r approac ii
the wagon, armed with a stoat e'ub.
Addressing bis leo.ruks to Mr. K . ,
the highwayman sai ': "Cnoe, .Mi i .
fork over the va-!!.'' I'he age-jt did not
move, but cooh y looked ft the fellow.
"If you don't hurry up,'1 continued tbo
man, ''I'll knock your bra n t u ." At
the last word hi struck at Mr. Klein, l n
dodged, the club striking tho back ol ihe
The man then tried to get into the vehi
cle, but Campbell ri ached quickly ar- uu i
and grabbed him by tie throat, an I i'.!.
the aid of Mr. Kleiu the L llo.v was fore .
backward into the load where he fell.
Campbell then stinck his horse a sine
iug cut with the whip, ;u I tin hi!,,
that In Id ti e horse was compelled to I .
go the aniu al '.. U' cl d forward,
Mr. K! iu I a I in hi posscr.-i-m a eoi -
sidei'illile i'Jin ol iiione bclonguig 10 h,s
COll p Which I e h t! col c ' i in tie
a!te:noo., ;;p. I it is lit it the wo.iid-be t,,1 -I
e r.r l.u. v this.
V t rl uk m lre lie;' rs.
A.NNAi'in. Md. ( u, t. John (ilicbhn
of the police schooner May Bi'oaii, h d
an exett iug cltasc after 'tidgci-. I'l i
police b at 1- ft Ann.ipohs at a late I, i.e.
and Uj.ion getting out of tfi.j bartor ...
vessels were sicli dre-iging ell Tno.n- '
1 Oilll. ..loit,y lll'.tl' llJK. lliglit tin .ere
tui!li-(d l.y Capta'n 'iiadi.'en, w! li.ed
a shot acrcis- t lie bow of one of the vc--cis
as a sign d t o ? urt eiuh r. In.-W a 1 of (' ,i,g
so the 0 : i iol .tor-; tt sail ami t..i led
down the Ii ,y. C'apt.iin Gladden ope" e.l
lire with Wh ehisier l tl;s in order to cut
the rigging an I lower sail. He then
brought the r.ipid-tkir-g cannon to plai,
and after tir ng about i.ii rounds gave iq,
the chaS3 on account of toe txtnme dark
ness. Take Notice !
TO OUR COUNTRY FRILMiS A M
PATRONS, TAKi: NOTK'K:
YE HAVE OPENED oriU'hAi ..
ol busi ra ss n t O. r t o pot ' .
And will be gl 'id to h 'Ve you com - .1
ec We carry a lu.l line of t ot.f-i t,'
i t ies, consisting of
I'laii! and Fancy Candies.
Nuts, Raisins, Apples.
Oranges, Bananas, Lcntons, etc.
Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, etc.
I'lease call and see ukat
iv e have.
N. NUNN & CO.
I will, for the next :i0 days, !
11 out my
stock of goods, consisting of lianlwaie,
Tinwaie. Ciockeiy, (Jlassware, Dry
Goods Notions an l Medicines, at cost
(or Cash. Come and secure a bargain.
it you are owing mi? please settle up.
L. F. TAYLOR.
You run no risk. All druggists guar
antee Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do
all that tbejnmuufacturers claim for it.
eiigth. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
1 Powder :;
MADE THE POPULARITY
OF OUR STORES Atflff JS
ARE DETERMINED TITAT
MERIT AND W lPJUCKS.
SHALL MAINTAIN AND
INCREASE THAT POPU
LARITY. ' V
Our Immense Un.ot
o SHOES o
Is Complete. .
Our.75c.t 97cM $1.50
and $2.00 line Of
2 au not be equaled In
We have a beautiful
Froni;;Sc, a p.
From $9.00. up.
Special orders takes whea yf
can't Hiilt yon In onr stock. Perfect
(It nnd watlsfactleii ffaArmateet
. v .
GauiuUet Kid OloVN
in Tan and Illnrk
$1.00 per pair. .
are still leading in the
High Quality of onr
Goods, and the ex
tremely Ixw Prioee.
"Small Profits and
is still our motto.
Thanking the public for tboir
very generous support and asking
.oiiti nuance of the name, we remain
Yours Yery Truly,
J. H. Hackburn,
I lack burn A Wiileff.
47 & 49 Pollock Street.
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