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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C., NOVEMBER 26, 1896.
STATE IICWS OF MUCH INT EH
1ST TO ALL.
im HMft4. A -- l -4tsJl
JOCRNAI. Br REAP. )
lUucion, N. C.,Xu. 21.
Tt mmi io the ma Apartment of ,
t!m ioMJM ufiuai ber has now rvached
th third story. It will be conplttcd io
'January. It i rnlirej buiit out efavirgj
to during the past two yur?, and tbi ;
U eitmnelf aiU.l lo the manage- J
meal. TtM Improveaeot of toe grounds;
orl drires of the Hjlum re very 1
Tfc prwot jear has Uen marked by j
Ttry tnall loortnlliy at
the SohiU w j
Ooom. The 72 V'trrans there are l kint;
rw.-d wiih ileasare io 1 haDkiiHy
Tbe aoorx lo the Agricultural repart
nient will oot rulv all -nl mueh tife-ietl
room lor th rxpvriairtat a'atioo, bnt also i
for tt KlrKtim. N"ne iT 111 rouix c:ir
U pW.I until it u ready. The r-f i i-otu ttim od i ..ie men naa no nope,
now b-iii pot '.o. , esj.icially as M irphy. Vale s ureitt enp
Tbm coaiuiwioar, of Ub r ttitics will '". l" 'enre eu sceoiMt ..f his i.i
tbie jer kw a raore cooiplete n port ; jureTshoulder.
tbaa eer ui-re. it -win leauj cover an
tb cottoo mills t-f tbe State.
It n tetrvetl that tb xecial D ccrober
report of the Agricultor.l Departrneot
will abow the yW of rottoo lo be larjrer
fuan prei!ktel 30 day st.
It ts awertid (hat ib oids nallj arc in
taor of Seoatnr Pritchard's re-election, in
pile of tbe drTrlopmeot- as i tlie roove
kueoU f aiait him.
It is also declared that the oUls are
again aay Wise of the Atlantic and
Jiocth Carolina railway.
Two lire wrre loU in the collision of
eogiott tbe Western North Carolina
nil way this week, tiod it is now found
that Piockney WaialiUum tr McDowell
county i airrii.usljr iojurwl.
A rlbritttory f-r youthful criminals
o-w appenr ie-A'Uably ure. 1 he pre-
Hire U bo oron;nt to oHr upon tne next rorgtxi nguint his will to retire trom the
legislature to esta'ilisli it will Ik- larffit.j.
gt-1er thao eer before. Smith was iveo the b; ll nn l behind
It U ivrnirte"! tLat kire . numbera of the must -up rb interference made run
Soolh Carnlma D-groe are moving into J ol ." j rd s, nud was roslud over for a
tli ia State and lliat ilurm the next 90 toucti down, fUiir.l kiikin s?""'- Tune
dajibaay more are coming. The Ke
pubilcaDS have special lists of all ner -TOttrs
io this Static They are ni.iUin
their on;nixtion stronger than evtr
bcfxie. Many Populists who left it 4
yttn il 2 years ag-i. when it fts
weak, will mo me their old relatioos, it is
GoTimor Carr appoints the billowing .
as delegate to np re-tent h State ot the
cooscntioo at Tain pa, Florida, January
.20, to dist-nw matiers lcvkmc to the ,
ckleose I Siiili AtUntic and i
CSuif porta agaifut t uein attack: Ah
' pino, A. J. Gatloway, Jubo D. W bit
(brd, Jaio0 L. F. l. . B. B. Cre' cy. U
O. Curtw. W. T. B-itle, J. L. Pogt,
JVer D. Priee. r. M Cjcke, W. F.
J3rwaa. Jr.. J. II. MeAdxm.
Tbe fertiliser sales made in the State
fur the fiacal year eoding November 30,
- m Jar 23 to 80 percrnt greater than io ;
nal years. Gtocrally the total brings Kvr".
a 2S,000 rc-Teooe to the Agncu tural ; Princeton 24; Yale "i.
DapartmrBt from ths toonnge tax, but !
tbi year the total is almost $10.. 00. nioiatTsaaiwiiboai raoi.
It apnears that thare i a coufl ct ns to Seattle, Wash. Tbe Poet Office
the dai J of the meeting of the North Car- authorities announcd that but one East
olio electors toct Jjcir rote for P.esi- crn ma'.l liad bti rceivevl in Seattle since
teat and Vice President, tt is a conflict the ISth iost. Th it one, small in quantity,
between State and Fedcnl lar. Tlie : ,,1 in Tutsday roormng. 1 ing to the crip
foraer Bma ihe first W'eiltesilay in IX- 1 pic COQoii i..n of the Gruit Northern and
cembeT aa the date; the latter the jecond ' Kverttt ami Monte Ctisfo Ri.lroads there
Tuesday lo January. Tbe electors will. ; l4 limbic tiVlje a serious focxl famine in
howtn r, nieet oo the flrt nand date 1 towns in the Cu-ades tl Mv.led district,
which w December l.ttissaiiL ' Mr MiC.irthy, a merchant of Sultan
Go. Carr rtirects Judjre Hoke to h l.1 J City, who is now here, said it had al
Pcraoo rouoty court, beginnii!! rest rt.r!y beyun.
Monday, in liu of Judge Vclw, who i A sp.cial (1 ,!a,cll ,.on, Snohomish
continue in poor health, thoogh his con- MV?. ,.T-,e firt iapv nf 200 mlDL.l3 w,,0
ditkM U eU to be somewhat iir proved. ,( ,,-t M in,e Cria0 (.ar", v ,us Wtek () WR,k
Paralysis i the trouble. p( to lt. lwpr ;oQ r,.aclie)1 llere
. The puWicchKt.oftl.i8 city will hold ; Xhlir9l!ll Tuc n.,l9(,n llir ,hia wholesale
pecial ThaDkaivlDg rvu.e-, a d t eso,iu , ,,, Dliu, r b pu k of rt-0vi,ions
the conlributiona to the i- .r will ' in tl,ouc,a il Mor,,. From th re,.orU
nadL U wil! l a practical i!lutnati..ii o lhe (.QU(i,liou of thl. Kverett and Monte
of charily. ; Ciito INilroad, it is evident that it will
There are many person who think the be t'nee weeks before a train can reach
golden rod ought to bo mad Ibe National ; Monte Crisio. Ail the big mines at Silver
fl.jwer. Th sureoo general ot the anuj top. Goat Lah-, and Monte Cristo have
writ a that the polleu of this flower hljdn out their men until the railroad
nheaUhtoL, hot orBcails of the I. S. tl.u d brin in mote provisions."
AgrValtaral Department dtDy this IM
That new cmtoo mill at Henderson,
which k, by the way, admirably equip
ped and cost 1 10,000, is almost ready t
beifin operations. It will be io full swing
.by December I.
Senator Bnchr will be here before De.
rCember 1. He was rather worried al the
adzura of hU newspaper tffiee by the
rabenff. The total dtbt is $632. It a
:akt this anoroing tbat the paix r won'd
appear todikf. It ought to have tern
printed last Tuesilaf n'ght.
.Some of the stock hnl.Vs f the At
antic and North Carolina Rail ay are
aftleged to be oVsirou tbat tbe Soutliern
Hallway shall make a proposition to lease
it. Tbat ayatetn has made r jirnposition.
The Wilaaiagtoo and WeUlon made one
about a rear ago.
Brra Lae trolfil.
Chicaoo, NoveTjber 21 A Lryin
lengae wa org3xizl to-lay. Carter II.
Ilarr-scn. a sua of the lat? Major, wr-s
ooaaiisoosly choeu president, and will
daring the next tur jear at as biet cf
the Democrat c c'nb of coiirty. w th
functions co-otd:nate wit'i the coun'y
' ceoral ccmruittee.
Ileadquarterj were oj ened down lo-' n.
lit. r or dl-Uibottd, anJ nertl k!v. r
clubs or. an i d.
Tfce meratenbp be. I is wl h It 0.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest lT. S. Gov't Report.
W.K Tmallj nmHm Y.,tIIPy
Sk York, Ni.vi uiU-r 21. - The great
,-ool ,11 un)e of t, Te.,r waj, paved t-
( JUn!int,an Ficiti in tlll, ci v The
?ie was on by the follower of old
-!S!lau a was expected. Tlie weather
ws ccd and chilly, and at tinier a light
l,u"T iai n maae ;t v, r iu.-i 'ijm lOiL iir
Th te a- tjrcit cuveni'iiion a non
the t"olhwet of PriDcet'n when shortly
nfir the if Lie opt ceil V.ileir.ade a ioneli
iluwn atel Hiu!;ey t-:iil v kiike-1 a r tt y
. r 'ii tie rielu, out trie I nrx'eicn
g-ilhere.l thvtinelve together und
At 2 12 fh irp the leperute 8'ru-jgle
was begun by BairU kukinij otf for
I'rinciton. s riannage af(r scrimmage
was h til with neither side making any
traio, whin Yale Rave a Hinkey a trial
for goal, which he kicked eiisily from
40 yards line, thus sooriug 5 points for
Princeton kicke.l ofl from middle of
field, and after u livsly punting match
betwetn Hinkty and Bair'l, ioch .by inch
rnsbe-l .Yale lack and scored her first
touch down by the prettiest work ol the
year. Bsird kicked goal, scare, Yale 5,
Yale kicked off, &txl a;ain ihe desper
ate iiruujrjle began, tl e ball Roinsj Irom
fn to ilieotlter. In a.akini; a desperate
ftfirt 'n gio through Princeton Line
Captain Murphy ol Yule was injured and
exacted for first hi't'. S.on : Princeton
12 Yale "
Secon.l half opened with lively ki;kiog,
Piiucetn i;e' tini some the li-.-t of if,
when Kelly finally got the lall, and alter
s Ik aul i fti I run of G"5 vaid", was downed
within n toot of YaU's goal, and was
hovrd ner lor touchdown. Bainimiss-
Sron :Mricci t..n. Yale,
Yah- w is worsted on tne
the kick ot!. wtun Kelly again
b-UI an I D au itner great ruu o.
i to V.-.le's "i yard line was pushtd ovrr, by
almost l ydruul c ramming, for auother
touchdown. No goal. Scon: Princeton,
j 20; Yale, 5
I From this on to the end ol the game
! Yale wasn't in it. Princeton easily scored
again, after which Yale made a grand
struggle and kept the ball in Princeton's
I LI I time was called for end of
Wrylr lulllnr Hack.
; Kky Whjt, Fla. Weyler has failed
' in his campaign against Maceo. Though
j no accurate r'aia is ob'ainuble as to the
! laiter's luovemenls, all reports agree thut
I he has divided his forces into small bands
who harass Spanish troop but present DO
chance for pitched battles or decisive re
i suits. 'Z Z.
Weyhr's marches have been painful and
1 his soldiers have suffered great .hardships.
1 In consequence 1,300 soldiers have been
fent to Caodelaria sick. Mot of Weyler's
fttfl'aie ill and a"e u-turn'ng to Havana.
Tin- Spaniards in Havana are indignant
at Ve ler's inability to crut-h the insur
rrcti n in Pinar dtl Rio and mutterings
All are despondent in Havana
and c- :l-lder il.e . u-lm
Tl i p r: -i t i n
Tana-, in "-ami .gu on
bv a s rotiu' force o
of 'k t. r a i'e I.a
v i is l-.eg. d
i nsu rfjeuts. The
train atart PL! I rotn C ardenas Sunday w as
obliccd to ritur i on t.cfiiiunt of larae
masses of r.-txls i ro--ing the line. They
aie end to l ihe vanguard of Goraz,
who reported already in Santa Clara
pro.. l e marclr.ig west.
Tmmanj' I'rlilo Honif.
Nfvv York. November 21 Richard
Crokcr, Tain rarjy's prde. arrived home
this tvering. lie rJus.nJ to talk, exce t
about ho -cs
Tr Iritrwptilr llrmt.
1 l'.Tt Mti t i-i, X. .J -The planters at il
! "hiPI ' ;he " '"
ters report upu me present season s ciop
is nearly exhau-le.l.
Tlie jiew h ill ui
X lt i'HKll
:i ( . ft of
r il States.
Alliance, Chieno, i uvied at
3:."i,ti0i, was (h-die.ite.l M . ,i ..
Memtieis wen pivvnt Iroinsrv
The Tuyh'r bmt lifts, lo notoriou
A 1 i hi Til i outlaws, who a ion; lime
were a te. ror to the people ot ( 'oi hert and
Frmkim C'ounti. s. ie e i'j'.um d in ('ol-
ht-rl i-Diiutv Siiiii'ii
steitner IUMui arrived I'mm il
ii h the l;4rue-t c ill h of ihe -r -had
lWenh -'hri p w h .ie-, :7.i" '
s : r i il
of I M)(ip and 7:10 I ; t nels of o : I .
The aniomit of defiii a:iou of ( a-h.ei
John II. Holler, of the Fu-t Xalioiiai
Bankjof Iebunou. P.i., w lluaeh Ioli,
000 or more. 1 1 ffi r h ..s eonfe-sed.jSpci -ulati'
ti in iial istate n- the e:ui-e ot hi
downfall. Martmville, Ind. 11. I. "WeHmanV
daughter was burned to death near Wakc
lano, hei clothes bavini; ignited while fhe
was building a tire. Mis. John Peelers,
only ifix months married, was fatally
hurnet'. by lading into'a fireplace.
A stranger -tole a trav of diami
from Clemens't ).-kamp'.s Store, Cincinnati,
Ohio. He was closely pursued, and
dudued into an a j lining building, where
tbe thief left his overcoat and the di i
moods in a washroom and escaped. The
lianiomls were Worth $6,000.
Twinty persons were more orjless sen- ,
ously injured in a row over a trii!
matter, -vhich occurrel ainontj the Slav
atxl Hungarian popu'ation of Cleveland.
Knives and clubs were fn-ely u-e and at
least one i f the combattants is not u i
p ctcd to live.
The remainder of the crew on the wreck !
ed steamer San Binilo were n-M-ued by a j
l)oat and lrnnferied to the steamer Woe -ti !
The survivors numbeiiui.' twenty three,
w era taken lo Mendot iDO C.i'. The Sati
Benito will !"a "total los-;. Thiity tive
men were savid atul ei;ht lo-t.
Mabley A: Co., one of the hading retail
clothing lirm-i of Detroit, tie I a chattel'
mortgage lor $1.10, t'XM) lo the I'nion Trust
Company, as trusties for their creditors,
anel a b'anket mortgage- coveiing the in
t:re sb' k of clothing, boots, at. el sha-.
men's fu' nihings, etc. alo made te .' i
Delbert E. Mitten, mes-enger f r th
American Kxpn ss Company, was arre-tco
at Niles, Mich., charged wiih stealing
2,001 from the com p inj'. The criu.e i.
alleged to have bien committed last ei k
when a package eontnbdng $2,000 wa-;
sent by Ihe Citizens' National Bauk of ,
Niles to the Bankers' Nutionul Bank ot
Guthrie, Oklahomi. Depu'y United
States Marshals, brought to this city s.nd
lodged in the Federal j ii! (ieorge Iaues.
the half-'-reed de-jierailo, who le i the
revolt at the L'uih d S;at s jail on July 4
last, w hich resulted in the escape ol four
leen prL-oner-, including himself, 'Bill
Dooliu, and '"Dynamite" D ck.
Lancaster, Penn. Bertha McCourell,
lhe young Woman who shot h r para
mour, II. I). Thompson, in tin- uv. last
March, ni:d then sh t hii.-e.t. ueitlni
shots, however, pro vug firal. was coi
victed of te-loili' US a-jHllt ami battery,
and senuuee I to pay a tine ot $l.o00 and
to undergo tive year-' imprisonment.
Mrs. Caspi r Igiboy, of N. -ipe' fma u'
Pa., was stiblie! to de ' h : hit lci-
b U'el serious1, v i lit by rol 1 i : - . w Ie f lei
nil entrance into Mr La I .oy s In u-e. I.i
boy heatd llie tobl.t-s in tbe hoes :.. i
attacked one of them, who stabbed loni
iu several p!ic':s. Mrs. I.aLoy tried to
leach the striit to call tor help, when she
was met in tUe hallway ands'iib'otd lo
death. Three Hungarians have hden ar
rested. Nrorrn n Vlriury In l.ouilon.
London. The iudicial committee of
the privy Council has allowed an appeal
with costs to the E lisou Eltctric Com-:
nanv against the Westminster and Van-j
conver Tramway Companies the Bauk
of British , Columbia, and other. Tiie
Edison Company appealed against Uiede
cision of the Supreme coin t of British
Columbia granting a judgmi nt in favor
of the Bank of Biilish Columbia against
the tram companies to the prejudice of
the Edison company, who are creditors
of the tiamways The dtcision of the
judicial committee of the privy council
declares the judgment ol the Suproipe
court of British Columbia against the
tramways to be null.
Ferris Wheel Mn Dying;.
PiTT.-HL'Hi), Pa., November 21
George Fi-rrisi the originator ol the big
Worhl's Fair Wheel, is elyiug at Mercy
Hospital, of a ilisea-e ol the liver.
Hnrrow Atflinl Dlniclry Kill.
Washinoton, D. C., November 21.
Senator Burrows, cf Michigan, airived
today. I Io has airayed hi n. self against
the Dingley tariff bill, or other "emergency
He believes the coming short session
will have to devote its time to necessary
That an extra session for the compre
hension of tariff and revenue measures is
to be the outcome cftheieccnt
OF THE SHOUT
IrvolRlKl it, HrUlnlr)-. n More
Drriinrrnlir loll I ivl Kasiim. Ding
ley Kill us KPVf niif I'riMlin-c-r.
o More .c Sl(tn,
W MINOTON. J), t'.. Xo
Pre-ident vs. Pn sident-t h el )romistjs ,
to i e one ol the most important f.-at tires '
ol the -hoit session of Congress. Tlie in
lluinee ot ihe two men will be -quarely
pitied MZaii t each other in the fpnstion
of wheil'er ih;s ( 'or.L're-s rhall utiempt to
ie-';.lale lor the increase ol ihe revenues of
the iovernnieiit. Pn-sident-eleet MeKin
lev ha- aluady eivt-n his friends to nnder
t: nd th.tt he di'esn't w i-h the l)in!ey
lanrl' ! ii o Ik.' pa--i d at t bis M s;on and
that .'-. won hi pn-f. r that tie whole;
ii.-:ttt( i .-io pub I be left tor th" new ( 'or. -t.r.
s. It i know:', that I'r-.-ident Cleve
land will, in his antu'.al message utile that
tin ie-ei.iic be iii iea-et by aim iidi.-:
th-.- in'.' ma! p vi-:i;:i' laws, :ui 1 that he i
not without hope tiiat his r..erumcu.:a.
tioti- will be fit v r-1 1 I y acted upon, in pirt
at Ita-t. Thus we will have the Presi
dent tryim: to ijet intern d revenue leiris
laiion ami the Prifideiit-eket trying to
prevent either that or tarill' legislation at
the short se-iou. Even if President
Cleveland had the solid support of his !
part of his party, instead of that ofkpnly !
half a dozen Senators and a lew P.epre-!
senta'.ives, he would have the poorest
ohauo to succeed, beeaus-j whatever their
personal opinions may be. the Republi
cans all wish to be on the side of the
incomiug l'rtsident in otder to get as
much patronage for thtir c on-tituents as
! possible. This isn't so much politics as
' it is immau nature.
Theie is no mistaking the bitieiness the
silver Democrats feel towards President
Cleveland. Thev speak it right out, and
charge him with ilcstroyiug the party.
The bitterness extends to the gold Demo
cratic Senators. Senator Morgan, of Ala-j geuts have eljnamiled a pilot train near
bam a, when asked whether the gold Dim- j Corderas, upsetting the same and burning
oeratic Senators would be invited to take ! the :ai. A passenger train which fol
part iu Democratic caucuses when the Sen- ! e.l was tired upon,
ate meet-, replied promptly and decided -,
iy: "No; not at bast without repentance,
anil neither of them has shown evidences
of that. These gentle men will not wish
to associate with nu n w!v . C-y hue
decolored as a tl o c I ; isi -. ; i '. i : . r - au.i ..is
hoiii : p i e
The pv p.-sit:..n to op; o-o : ry :;o;;-.i.
nation -tut lo the Senate' by Pie-l-i in
t.'levehind is lieing seiiou.-!v c ui-i -!er:
r'n iters and will, it is said, be d;
iu c u- ns, and it may be adoptee
too, as ;
of M r. Cleve land's n up ;;;.t I i . r ; s
I D. moer it-, -Itni th. i e: aje
.01 i al v mi hi u u .-i. : a' !.- r
tile t 'lai i - go I ! go. el WrMiUtj: C IU- ' lUltl to
gold Delia i r .Is.
Itcpie.-ciii.iine Howard, of Alabama,
who is a close friend of Tom Watsou,
-ay-: "Tbtre will be no fusion of Popu
lists and Democrats to aid Democratic
; Presidential candidates. The free silver
men will have to come to t he Populist
; partj', which is the party of the people,
! and which should have led the last tight,
j It will had the next fight.'' Mr. Howard
1 says he does not believe the Populist Sen
: atois will obstruct tariff legislation, and
that pi r-oually he wishes the Republicans
I to try high tariff in combination with a
I gold standard au! let the people see just
,. I how it w ill work.
According to Mr. Wertbingt.ei CF- r 1
Chit t ot tin- Bureau of Staii.-'ics of lhe
Tnasury D part ir.e nt. who sii;ipe-seil
to be an ex pert on everything pertain i cp,
to the tar ff. tlie much talked abou'. Diug
ley bill wh-cli was pas-ed by the House
at the la-t s. s-imi as ,m ctn rgency ineus
i' re in' ended ! o supply the el e tic it in Gov.
rnment w-ipt- ami wh-ch -v-.s hell up
ou j; i
ill a ! ri up the
deli. :t ew i) ii o b?.-:i i.e a
1 lie peo-o-'
ts e figure?
Sc s.-iotl. be
p e w ho do pot -v ei i;jy -it
arv latdV n ii'-' .re.il -a:e U-iei
of Mr. Ford as a-i il ' glt'll' Il t
ing up t he D.nglcv.lil : 1 a I th;
caei-e an extra s s-ion for the
vi-ion of the la: ii'. will, iu their opinion
be nicissaiy, no in. .Iter what the fate ot
the Diugiey bill. .Mr Ford say; he fceis
vuty certain that the D ngiev bid weiild
not add ovi r I5.oiii.oii!i a y.ar to oui
r-jvenu". Il his figures were known to
be correct the Dingley bill would cot be
eriously considered by anybody, as the
i.. e..-. l.sir.. i,r,f it ,..,-,,,1.1
I JUiy Cieu-C 1U1 lisj e.caei .v.-, .iiui.il t, .ui,.
wipe out the deficit, but there are other
experts who claim that Mr. Ford is way
! oft and that the bill would add more than
fS.j, 000,000 a ye r to l.'ncle San.'s income
Thai's just the reason why expert testi
mony is tiOL more e o lviue'mg. It is so
easy to get it ou both si les of anything or
Those who are th" most anxious for the
admission of the Territories to statehood
admit that they do not expect any fevor
able lagisiatiou at tlv short session ot
Congress, and that their hop. s are not
bright of ficdou by the Fifty liuh Cou
gress. Ex United States Marshal Xix, t
( iklalionia. who is now in Washington,
stated i h -3 cause which keeps that Tcil'i
torv, as we 11 as New Mexico and Arizona,
Oat Ol the: I'nion, when he saiei: "As
long as t'ne silver is as popular as it is
now in OkLdiotna. 1 f ar our ch;mc
statehood are very slim, lor I appreciate
the fad that no more advocates ol Id to 1
are waiiti el in the United States -senate.
'If Oklahoma were a State now, there
wi uldii't be :t ghe-t efa chance for a
gold standard man to be t-'ected Sena
ERVOUS Troubles uro duo to
inipov erished blood. Hood's Sar-
saparilla is the One True Blooel
rui'itier ami NERVE TO NSC.
fliisscll's I'luralily. IO. .
lI.vLi.fe.it, X. C. Novi mber, 2') Ilc
pllic;in have oilicird returns of lh. vote
f the State Ticket'! mm till but tive oouu
t ijmd tle-y .-ay these -!iow that liu soli's
plurality ! r e.overnor will certainly reach
Kt'lllSI'H lo niSCIIM.X.
New You'C Xovetnlicr 2!. (Jeneral
Alu.-r. .f Michigan, nrrivetl here, today,
he iv i ii-es to di.-euss his chances of be
ominr a member of President M( Kinl-js
abinet, but says Uieie is a decided change
or Let let' buine-s in the "Ve.?t.
lo U ill t Vm- For Prilellll-l.
K m.i.i (i it, X". C, Xovember 23 A
promii.enl Populist -ays he wrote to the,
twelve PopTiU.-t members elect of the hi:-i-hiture
whom the Reptiblictms lr-ive as
serted would vote for the re-t-let tion of
Priiehard i' r 1". S. Senator. :i-kin them
it it wa- true, and that he
from -even of Jtheiu saying
uut -upp'-rt him.
The I ueom i iir ( iniKi-rwi.
'A' Asii inotox, I). C, Xovember 23.
The onhr of bu-inc.-s for the coming
Congress as ag-ced upon, provides first
for restriction o! imioigrntion, a miasure
tii that iikJ be immediately pass'd. Alcm
lvis who are atnving expect litt!e save
routine business lor tlie coming
session. They don't think the Diugley
bill will be considers). It is expected
tn -Mckinley will call an extra session
in March for this purpose.
Jacksoxvii.i.e, Fla., November 2:i.
Sevcial nt w guns have been mounted at
the sea front near Moro Castle, Havana.
Two Spanish spies have arrived here
and are studying our fortifications.
Train Wrecked By Insurgent.
Havana, November 23. The insur-
Two Spb Federal Jndg-ew.
WASIIINCiTON The President has ap
pointed Wiiiiam D. Mellugli United
District Ju-l ge f r tlie district cf
a, anel Andicw Kirkpatrick to be
United Mates District Judge for the dis
trie t of New Jerecv.
Oloe IiKlian I.hikIs.
Wasiiinoto:,, D. C, The long pei d
ing e-jses betwee-n c- ria.n settlers in Kan
sas an 1 Nebraska mi 1 the Oto-J and Mis
souri Indians, the lands ol the latter being
purchased by the settlers ami never paid
for, seems no i.earer solu'don than when
:lu-y were bought. Bad crops, it, wa-
claimed, prevented the settlers f.-om incet
; ing their obligations to the Inilians.
From time to time they have made con
cessions to the settlers, but the hitter have
failed to pay.
The last proposition of the Indians was
that the settlers were to pay the remain
der due, about J 220,000 and interest,
within one year. The settlers now make
a counter proposition. They bought these
lands during the boom time and agreed to
pay high piiee9 for them, but now want
to pay the value appraised by the gov
ernment, with iiiteiest at 5 per cent, per
annum from the date of sale, instead of
the price agreed upon by them when the
various tracts were soM at public auc
tion. They c laim that the official who order
ed the lauds sold at public Sale was act
ing contrarv to the
law under which all
ce.led Indian reservations are disposed of;
an 1 therefore the agreement to pa' the j
higher price was null and void. j
Firt in Ohio.
, -- 1 .. .1 XI 'M
LlM I . .v ii, '., . uviiiii ner e. ty 1 1- i
lie H i is, who cut the throat of Emma j
Broden, his employer's wife, lust June,
was convicted of murder in the first de-j
gree today. j
He will be the first victim of the elec- j
trie chair iu Ohio,
Dakolati Kmik luilii.e.
Siorx Falls. South Dakof.ih. Novenr j
ber 24. The Dakolah National bank
cloid its doors on account of a heavy run
upon it, leaving only a thousand dollatsj
cash on hand. 1
It was heavily loaded with -leal estate, j
A. A - '. It. It. t imf,
Halii-'ax, X. (.'., Xovemb.-r 24.
Craven County was made: party' p'.aiulitt
in the A. .vi: X. C. It. K. lea-e ca.-e and !
the hearing was continued until Decern
ber fourth, to be hoard at New Berne.
Clcvi'luiiel ot to Act,
Washington, D. C, Noveu ber 24.
The Administration will make r.o serious :
mention of the Cuban issues, unless there!
arc- some deci led battles, but will leave !
the n.aiter as it stands for the incoming
cw York Stock Mnrket.
Xi:w x'ojik, November 24. Shak
oju-iieil somevv'iftt strong, but became very.'
dull, losing in ne t: of the firmness which
characterized the dealings of the forenoi n.
Jliej lie Kelievetl.
Havana, November 2i. The unc-' The report of a probable sympathetic1
pided return of General Wey'er without strike by the miners of other cutnps to aid
aeeomp! suing anything, u causing the , the L atly 1 e strikers is declared unfound-impres.-ion
that he will shoitly be ed.
chan.ed. The 1'iirn oilicers declare no such
AVeyler says he ccutd not get the insjr- move is c m empl it. d at present by ihe
: e it- 1 1 light He cnd:aored to kil all : West;rn federatioa of ruiutrs o: any of its j
their catte. SI yi OSS braiches. '
Ks peiifl i t ii re
I i . ers.
Rai.kkmi. X'. C, Xovember 2?,, State
Tieasurt r W'oith n j ir s ti iiy that
ltiriti the li-scal year lieyinnin December
1st., last, the inormous amount of l.i 1,000
tens of eomtnircial fertilizers had been
hous;lit by North Carolina farmers and
that at ihe averasepriee of $22.50 I,er j
ton the co.-t is ;!,472,-48'5. The Treasur- !
er also says that nearly all this amount is
for ferterliz -r- made outside of the State.
Cruiser JI n rllo head Returns.
Nkw York, November 23. The
Cni'ser Marlilehead arrive 1 from Smyrna
India this afu-rnoon w here it was relieved
by Bancroft. She brought a number ol
sailors f.om the San Francisco and Min-;
neajio is whose enlistments have expired.
Another Bititlt Oflieer IIoho Wrftiie-
J.niiMi.v. Pa. N'ovftiiber 2:!. John
II. Horl'-r. i a-hi. r of ihe Fir-t National
Bank o! 1 1 i - city i under survellanee ai
his home, it is alleged that he i. fhort a
hundred and nine thousand dollars, whkh
he lost through speculation.
Siir-iu- Court IX'eiHioiiM.
Kai.i-.ioh, N. C . November 24" The
Supreme C utt of North Carolina files
the follow ing opinion : ,
Jones aga n.-i Beaman, from (ireene.
Cox against blank, from Greene, affirm-'
Hate t DiHsolved.
Ciiicaoo, November 24. At a meeting
oj" the Wire Nail Trust Association it was
declared that the reports of the dissolution
of the Association were false, coming from
one dis-atistied hard wf re house.
I.eo lo"8 Mot ( rnlll II.
Washinoton, D. C, November 24.
Consul General Li e a nhorizes the state
ment that he does no believe the npcri
of the dramhead court martial and sum
mary treatmeut of the American filibus
ters in Cub i.
He thinks Spain treats prisoneis as
j agreed up in, and believes the statement
got out cf Spain's gathering testimony on
' other cases.
An to ( nlmn Matters.
Wasiiinotox', D- C.. November 24
The State Department has no news con -
cerniug the Compctitoi's prisoners trial
by S'crot court martial, and will not dis-
cuss the matter.
THE COTTON MARKETS.
rH K spot sales in Liverpool were only
s,0t'U bales of which C,!H0 wtre Amtr-
Sjots declined l-:2d and futures 2 (' 1
and the tone 'prices fuor buyers."
lTNDER this depressing news X'ew Voik
opened ''easC' at 7.C! for January. The
mat ket tin IN: ('ui ing the day has been
barely steady at tie ar t he opening fig
ores, lill near the close when a
better demand seemed to spiing up and
January closed at 7.10
Tomorrow and Thursday will both be
observed as holidays in New Orleans,
and on Thursday (Thanksgiving) all the
Exchanges in U. S. will be closed so it
may be only a holiday covering that
caused this spurt.
'Tt is a long lane that has no turn,'" is
au old saying, and it may apply to cot
ton at present. Cotton has eleclined
almost daily for nearly three weeks and
a reaction is due.
I New Bi-;i;nk market has Ijeen active at
(ji to t;-
J. E. Latham.
' Robert Moore A: Co. ol New York, in
their weekly cotton letter say:
I Few nersons were lireoaii'd for such n
- i - 1-r-. .
i heavy movement ofeotton as has taken
j place at the South this week. The pott
receipts exreod any of the estimates made
I at the begiuning oi the week and the
aggregate lor the season compared closely
with lhe veil' "iil-'U2 when tne yield wa
'.I.OOO.OOO bales. These large leceipts
have caused mauy holders to sell out and
; the lirpndation w hich has been going on
! all the week has kept the mat ket contin
i ually heavy.
January delivery w hich closed l ist Fri
j day at T.78 sold yesterday at 7.44. Some
good judges think the decline has dis
counted the large receipts. We are glad
i to note that Southern markets h ive been
'' held, comparatively speaking, very steady.
' There is shown no marked pressure to
sell from primal markets which would in
dicate a large trade demand. This is a
; very healthy feature and if 'eeeipts show
any marked signs of f elling off this :nm-
ing week we should have at leasta tteaely
! market. We had better, however, give up
any idea of a return to 8c. fr January
i delivery until we know something more
definite about the crop than we are likely
to know in the next :!0 days,
Market closes at decline of 24 lo 27
poin.s from last Friday's prices. January
delivery 7 5 i
Chicago, Xovember 24.
open l no. ct.osi:.
December Wheat, 77 78
January Pork, 7.70 7 G2.1,
January Bibs. :',.82J 3 80 "
I.EADviLi.ii, Colo., No ember 21
I'll or in mm
t&Our profits are
small, but we hope
we will make up
In Good Will,
And in the com.
fort and satisfaction
those who buy
of us will derive
h Their Purchases.
We offer as special
Leaders this week,
Also a very fine
Call and examine tlieni
J. H. Hackburn,
Ilaekburn V Willctl.
47 & 49 Pollock St r ket.
ALSO BK0AD & QUEEN STS
I 7 Al Ail An CI lAllA llAACI
it W k r H U
MKK( HANTS HAVK MONFY
HV I.KAVING VOIR OR
I lil'.S WITH Ml).
F. ULRICH, Grocer.
45 MIDDLE STREET.
j TO OI K COUNTRY FRIENDS ANI
PATRONS, TAKK NOTICE:
Wt; HAVE OPENED OUR PLACE
oi biicincH nevt dexir to pout orAon
u.d m:II I -e glad to hive you come ami
f-. We ( arry a full line of Confection
ei ie-. ' -P-isting of
Plain and Fancy Can tl lex.
Nuts, Kalslns. Apples,
Oranges, Itanaiias. I. cm on, etc.
Tobaccos, Clears, i'dpen, l
Please cull and Hee what
N. NUNN & CO.
tllSAI1 CASK STORE !
S t o v ca ,
llcadeiuartera for LA MI'S.
7f Middle St.. under lintel Albert.
YV. II. FOLK.
HZ.OO lit Yvnrtl !
For ret u i n of larj;e Black Hound named,
vi ry long ears, large fret, loojf
rhite hairs on breo8t. loat Octo
K. B. MOORE,
Jasper, N. C.
XOTH K !
I will, for the nest I'.O dnyo, Hilout my
soi-k ol goods, cousistiuK of ll arc! ware,
l'i . .ie. Crockery, edawware, Dry
(;.m.!. Notions and Modicine, at coat
1 i I'n Ii. Come and necure a bargain.
1: you are owing me pleaae settle up.
L. F. TAYLOR.
00 will 1
Jirar or STOVE,
So if you want the beet Store on
the market buy the
Also a fine line of Coal Stores.
I,. II. Cutler V Co.
If you would have
Better :: Times
Then put your shoulder to the
w heel anel push with all your mlrht
It you owe us call
and pay us, that will
help us and you will be
doing the right thing.
If you need anything in the
Such aa a "Haguo" King Heater,
or a "Victor Bicycle, or a Itor
Dixie Plow for instance.
Call on us, wo will treat
W. I Burrus Ralph Oray.
Itiirru.H V CiJru.r,
Who'e-a'i? and Befall fulcra In
Cotton anil Corn Broters.
2 1 ( ' I! A l.N S I .
U'OB Cotton P.agglng and Tie Bafis
- and Barrel ('vers. Budde-m L'tne aod
Cement, Terta Cotta Pipe andSheM Li ror,
Call on , . .
j. p:. jvtii am.
Also 2, NoJINcw Log Ca rri ages J for
Storag : tor 500 Bales at Low Bate.