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NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, DECEMBER 10, 1896.
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fmTT - rOUkTH CONGRESS
r orws rmu stssiox.
T rv maw C
3Tjaa0TO(T, XX C, Dec 7th.
. ; QMgrKtloiMLl mill rtsam4 operT
: Com tt mm MmUj. baf if Um ether mlfls
c ,vfelck hv ktej t&rtel iWf machinery
: da m do mot to briaf abort good times
- tkM Uiie aeatio of CtmjTM b Hkety
boat my preeest lndlctUoaa to do, we
W1 sot kav food Uae for ometiiae to
,: com. PrWBt peveUad- meiut ia
; lateteetiaf eooufa la iu and If he
kod party behiad hUa able to control
leztslatio, mm of fklaecoauDeadatiorts
".iljhl bare attracted "wWeatteatioo, bat
' - o b la TirtaaD j pIajiog a looe band
toj , liltlo Interval U axprsased ta the
" ' . anraaij; frith iu aerenteea tbofaand
J ' words. Oao Senator Jocularly remarked
X. ; ollU "ClTJd didal trrJU.tbatAsa
. aafafor Ch FKj-f oorth CooxreaaJ but
V : for posterity aarf aWocy; perbapa-they
.' ; -r wm ive kla Idoaa the aiteniioa thst Con
f . V grmi demiM tbeeac (at I bare my doubts.'
Ii the tendency to iacreasa the leoth of
. tho Presldeat's message to Coagreas U
kept ap it will sooa be ia order to do
; . away wkh harkig titem read ia the Senate
: - aod Hooae. 'Many think it already In
V " order. The Senators aad Representative
r all kaee printed copies of the message,
placed ia their hands before the reading
" ' i begaa, so that the reading is nothing
- saorw than a perfunctory formaKiy at
.Vwr t-d mxj be worrying be-
r . uii U' Ataj- Mc Kin ley 'a place,
'v iua o a tva im htding it well, sor be
' t . 9tf appeared to be in a better humor
r with bimself and eTorybody eJaa than
''- m did today whan he called the House
toardr. And litS not so certain after
. mil ituU ki prvspecU are not mora en
TTia6io Loan tbvMof the Presideai-elect.
' , - Be will be Speaker of the next House,
nod it will not effect bis politicai fut-
' nro sboald tbo annonnced period of
-' prosperity fail tor materialise, whOe Mr.
HeKinleya poliiical future depends upon
r-: the ability of his administration to make
. , ' good the glowing promises of the cam-
Senator Oallinger is one of the Bepab
' " lknna who would gladly omit the pro-
Z- posed extra aeasioa of Congress, if be
- boukl do so, but he made it Tery plain
' r 'hat b regards the extra session as cer
... t ain wben be said: "If I bad my way, I
, woaJd bare the Dingley bill promptly
. passeo, ana una wMiwr fnwu uc ow
would trast to circvm itaaces to deter
' mlnw th neeeaaity or propriety of an
;xtm eeseion of Congress. The indica
V tioon, boweTer do not warrant the be
' ;. lief that a serioa jeffort will be made to
. pasatbe Dingley hilf.onT if that is to
tw the program, then 1 faor an early
' axtra asssion for a complete and thor
ough reriaioq of the tariff laws." 8ena
tor Gal linger doesn't look for any car
rsucy legislation either by this or the
. next Cbogress. To put it in bis own
Language: It most be evident to every
' sane man that nothing can be done by
. this Congress In tW direction of curreo
v ey legislation, and I bare small expec
tation that the nexf Coogrssa -will do
Senator Peffef was red hot over the
charge that tteV had made a tariff bar
gsia to help his chance for re-enaction
- and denounced, it as untrue. 0a says
Ala tariff Wws mn well known la Kan
sas; that lie favors high duties upon all
article "heed exclusively by the wealthy,
Bt for protection but for revenue, and
tfee free ' adnaission of such articles as
v aagan salt, lumber, coal and other nec
SsanxtYiS of the psopia, and a graduated
iaruve and land tax. lie aaw added
4 that he favored the proposal to add fl
f barrel to the tax on beer, which be
thought would produce revenue enough
to make np the deficit and would be felt
hj Dobody. j
-BepTMeaUdrv Baker, of N. H., now j sp-iii,
i ill if, aeoood term bat who wm ! Halxioh. N. C. . TVrembcr 7 - -Governor-1
t an ilvtrd. thinks th f r csoinag of' elect Russell positively denies that he is
goid bf lh government ought l be j candidate for the V. S. Senate, and .-ays
thnffalMld. and b. will in t rod ac k hill J he i warmly for Pritchard and believes
. d&bodjiag hi kk4 oa that aubjeck l the latter will be re-elected.
Il'aaM I want to e gold purchased - -
fn forernmnt account. I do riot think j vrmkintiau Xrw limn,
it right to coQTert it into eoia. free of : social.
Bb1oUi. Therw U truth In th acwer-' Washisothn. D. C.. Decemln r 7. - As
tioo that this diacrimiaat in iU favor : the U. S. Senate was about to adjourn,
a afiot silver. I would have both , Seuator Call introduced a resolution to
gold and aiWer purchased just aa the recognize Cuba, but w ithdrew it until to
gowarament burs copper and nickel for morrow.
Ua minor coins."
There were more vacant seats ia the
Hoaaethasi in the Senate at tbe opening :
aeasioa of Congress, bat the most con
ptcious absentees were Senators, among
am oi being Teller, of Oolo., who is kept
awaj by business, and Allisoa, of Iowa,
srbo some say is really ill and ot hers
, that ho is merely detained at home by a
bad eold. Their ahuenoe was especially
BotieeskbU not only because they re
leading men oa opposing sides of the fi
nancial question, but because they are
aoally among the promptest and most
regular attendants upon the sessions of
Tbe most conspicioas man, m Wih
lagtoa today is Mr. Mark tisane. Cbair
ima ot the Republican Natiooal Com
niittim, Hs ie here ostensibly to arrange
for the inauguration committees, etc.,
bat it ie very plain from tbe manner in
arnicb. the Republican Congressmen
flock around him, that they think he is
also here for other purposes, and that
epon the report he carries to Can
ton will depend Cabinet portfolios and
I. C R. B. ki Dlli
EiUMR, N. C. December a It U as-
erted tkt tke recent gittion rrgird-
fog Um aaoalmeat of the leae of the
Nth Carolin Railway, and OoTernor-
Ject RkiMeir coosuiermtioo of tbe lease,
)ui CMed a considerable decline In it
stock, which since the ninety-nine year
JeM to the Southern Railway was made,
VU U bigh aa 1.33. It is now only 1.15.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest V. S. Gov't Report.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.
A ifiopili mf it fonlrnii as Olvfn
Washington', D. C. Di'cembor 7. Tin
President in his message, defends the
present tariff law, but says our financial
system is badly in need of reform.
lie alludes to the dangers to which the
counfry is liable from the existence of
trust and monopolies, but says it is doubt
ful it these evils can le treated by Feder
al actionj and concludes by appealing to
Congress for a most rigid economy in its
Lie say a no Aaicricau ciucu wire kill
ed or woundted fh Arrftentav our ouatrj
leaving nothing undone for their protec
tion. The insurrection still continues in
Cube. Spain holding Havana ami tke
principal 9et-ports, while the insurgents
roam at will over two thirds of the Is
land. He directs the attention of Con
gre? to the Cuban question, saying the
fo? shuns general engagements, and the
conflict maybe indefinitely prolonged
entailing immense destruction upon
property, and that the United Stages in
terests in tbe situation ce second' only
He thinks the proposition of many in
tbe United States, namely, to buy the
Island, worthy of consideration. The
character of the United States forbids
an intervention which may involve a
war with Spain, yet the United States
must recognize the grievances' of the
Cubans. He thinks that a guarantee of
autonomy by Spain, it1 a- satisfactory
measure of home rule is tendered the
Cubans would be accepted by the latter,
and the United States would find a suit
able way to have Spain's guarantee for
keeping same. Somthing should be
done to protect our interests nd Spain
must act inthe matter.
The Treasury reports show a deficit of
The diminution in the pension expen
ditures so confidently foretold stjll fail
Tariff reform has opened the way to a
freer and greater exchange of commo
dities between the United States and
other countries, and has thus furnished
a wider market for our produots and
manufactures. During its tirst rear im
ports have increased six and one half
millions, exports increased seventy
W. VV . T, Oeid.
RaLEIOH, N. C, December 7. W. W.
Vass the oldest railway treasurer iu the
United States, died at his home here, j
today, aged 76. !
For over fifty years he had been con
nected with the Raleigh and Gaston
Nkn (MI Showing;.
Raleigh, N. C. December 7. Reports
of Steward Crawford, of tbe Insane
Asylum, which will be made to the
finance committee, tomorrow, will show
that out of the annual appropriation for
this year, he has saved them a thousand
reeree la Valuation.
Ralcibh, N. C December T The an
nual report of State Auditor, Furman,
will show a decrease of ten million dollars
in the total assessed valuation or real and
personal property in North Carolina.
Rnwll Sol m n1 Id !.
A ttement from Secretary Oitu v was
presented to Congress, reviewing the Ml
nation in Cuba, and he thnuiriit that the
business interest f of the country would
soon demand some action on the part of
the United States in order to protect her
shipping and commerce interests.
Estimates of expenditures for the fiscal
year, ending June 3dth, is7. foot up
t4il,7iX,0uO. against 41S. 091,000 last
Venezuela has accepted the arbitration
agreed upon by Secretary O'mey and Sir
luada fur the strlkfrn.
HaMBI'RH. Numerous meetings of the
striking dock laborers were held in this
citv. The largest of these was a mass
meeting at w hich Herr Molkenbuhr. So
cialist member of the Reichstag for
Hamburg, announced that the subscrip
tions to the fund for the support of the
strikers ha 1 s i nc reused " that the iii
tributors of the fund would be enabled
to rnise the weekly grants to unmarried
men bv one mark a week and to jive to
. married men an additional allowance,
according to the number of children in
their fam dies.
The employers have held another
meeting at which their refusal to submit
the diopute between the striking dock-
men and themselves to an arbitration
tribunal was reartirmtnl.
This action of the employers is due to
the fart that a guarantee amounting to
f-25O,0" has been signed for the protec-
tion and aid of the smaller employers.
BEVIES Or BRIDAL COUPLES.
How They and the Proplp Rnjoy Life
Hi Old Point Comfort.
Old Point Cumfort. Dec, Tth.
Special Coi respomleuce of the .Joi iinal.
This is the time of year when Old
Point Comfort puts on its most hospita
ble air. and its palatial
rest and pleasure seeker
from all parts
of the country. Indeed, it is doubtful
if any other resort in America draws its
patrons from such an extensive terri -
toiy. They come from East, West,
North and South. And the bridal coup -
le.: It !-ei ms as if this charming retreat
was n'lnde specially for the "newly
wedded pairs who are just starting out
on the journey of life together, and to
whom there is but one world with two
in it. Well, there is truly everything
here to make the honeymoon a honey
moon indeed. As a rule the blissful
couples avoid the gay throng and seek
the many sheltered nooks around t he j
grim ramparts of Fortress Monroe w here
they can squeeze hands and look into
eacli other's eyes. You have to be care
ful when walking about Old Point Com
fort, for the corners are full of them,
anrl you are liable to start them up as a
dog does a covey of partridges.
It's easy to tell 'em. The genial hotel
clerks can "spot"' them every time. The
favorite bridal route is by way of the
Old Bay Line from Baltimore, because
the trip down the Chesapeake is so
quietly delightful and pleasant no noise
or bustle of the railroad. So when the
Alabama or Georgia readies the dock
here in the morning, the porters and
"boys'1 are on tbe lookout for the newly
married. The clerk knows just where
to give them rooms and if vou can I
rind any more luxurious or comfortable
j quarters than at the hotels here you will
i have to look outside this country for
them. They want a good breakfast too,
and quick, for these wedding trips
somehow give the travelers a wonderful
appetite so the waiters say. It's not all
sentiment by a long shot, and some of
the little ladies in their dainty gray
gowns will astonish you with their cap
acity for the fried chicken, waffles,
omelets, quail on toast and other deli
cacies cooked and served so deliciotlsly
at tbe famous hostelries of Old Point.
Speaking of gray, that reminds me that
most of the brides travel in gray. Occas
ionally you see another color but not
often. And the trunks they take ! Some
time tlx're are four or rive just for one
little woman, but she uses their contents;
for if their is a time when a girl wishes to
look attractive, isn't it on her wedding
trip? Of course it is and they know it.
The prettiest ones must all come to Old
Point, for vou seldom see one who isn't
what Chimmie Fadden calls Chauncey
Depew. a peach." It is generally sup-
i posed tu at every couple goes to one oi
j three places on their wedding trip Old
Point, Washington or Niagara Falls, but
the other places cannot come up to Old
Point as a mecca for the newly mated. It
is not an iufrquent occurrence for nearly
a hundred couples to be registered at the
, Chamberlin and the Hygria at one time.
Thev do so hate to leave, too. In fact
many w ho have planned a trip to include
other resorts find it is so truly Old Point
Comfort that they change their minds and
stay right here until the last minute, and
lufore they go away you often hear "little
wifey" say: "Now John or Charlie cr
Henry ; whatever the name may be,. I
want you to promise that you will take
me L.rv a vt,.ir fr,)IU now wiu.a
brate our tirst anniversary."
And John din's it, toc.
Vou see there are the dances and the
delightful music of the hotel orchestras,
tlie drills and the social events at tile
fort, the many places such as the New
port New s shipyard, Hampton Institute'.
Norfolk. Portsmouth and the Navy
1 Yard, the line hunting near by. and the
i mauy pleasant acquaintances oue forms
! among the elite southern people who
I frequent Old Point. All these make the
' variety necessary. Old Point is never
monotonous. Theu the enjoyable trip
up and down the Chesapeake by the
Baltimore Steam Packet Co's. Old Bay
Line route is one of the features long to
be remembered with pleasure. These
steamers have elegantly appoi
bridal stateriHims. and have for a half
century carried nuptial pairs ou their
journey in life together.
MigrHtluK to I lie Month.
Sri'KKioii, Wis. The exodus of families
from this section of the country to what
is termed 'the fruit belt" of Georgia is
hetrinnins to attract considerable atten
tion. It is estimated that already loO
funnies have disposed of their belongings
jn Superior and Duluth and taken tracts
of land in the South, mostly in the vicini
tv of Sibley, (ia., where there is quite a
colony of Northern people.
Many of these people go down without
a dollar in the world after paying the
freight on their hnu-ehold effects, and
there are many others w ho have a com
fortable surplus left to begin work on
Immigration companies, backed by the
Southern railroad-, have been doing mi--siouarv
work in thi Section for a year,
and claim to now have their colonization
matter- fairly started.
One of these companies has Di.OOO acres
of land near Sibly. and is sellinn it at the
rate of $-5 per acre, ft is guaranteed to
raise whatever a farm in the United
Stales will produce, and independent in
com. s are "iara:iteed a-' well after a few
Since some companies have been suc
cessful others h-iv been formed. Agen
cies are beiiiLT established at points in
Ka-'.-rn Minne-ota and Northwestern
Wi-coiishi. They are meeting with unex
KILLED BY MOONSHINERS.
DEPUTY REVENUE COLLECTOR
OF RANDOLPH COUNTY.
Post OIHof TrlnlH. Poliiical Mrniflh
of I'nrtles- Tweuty-Flve Yours
Fo r.Harder. WeallieP Xolcs
Vttao For Pritchnrl.
Raleigh, N. C , Di
A telegram receive' i here tliis morbus
stated that deputy revenue col'eclor,
Elijah A. Maffitt of Randolph county,
had been killed not lar from Greeu-boro,
presumably y moonshii.ers He
(r a number oi years sheriff of Randolph
' and was widely known.
At the term of Federal court which
j begins litre text week D;.vid L.ne of
1 Durham, will be tried for ste iling n omy
j from letteis in the pestoffiee theie O'.hn
' persons ure to be trie t lor rohb'n,' ol
j pog'ofhYeS at BImC'e Creek, Lucana and
j Stantonsour, all in Wilson county. Two
I white men diptured in this city, will be
j tri, d lor counterfeiting.
The Republicans cow make the asser-
rioi) that the strength of parties! in this j
State is as follows: Republicans, 152.000'
I). m oc rat s 14o, 000, Popuiists 3(3,000. If.
ibey really believe in their own figures j
they will cut loose from the Populists two j
earsi hence. j
The Supreme Court is nearly at the end
of its ticket, it will next week take up
Hppenls from the lltli, district.
A man named Jor ian lias been brought'
from Washington county o tlrj peniten
uarv. He gets 25 years for the muroer
ot u in. m named CuiletL The killing oc
curred on the day VV. J. Bryan spoke at
The official report on the weather dur
ing November at this station is remaik
ibie. i'he mean temperature oi the month
was 55.3 degrtes beiny 5 6uegree oany
aoove the average 1 he aecuinu lateu
exci rSeS ot daily meio temperature this
vearisnoiess than 56.5 degrees. The
i iinftib was ouly 2.5 inches, which is .33
ot oi inc above the .verag'- for Novem
Mornn ns appear to he at many points
in this State. They appear to think North
Carolina a fine field for effort. Four are in
The depth of snow in the fields and
woods in this section today averages about
oue loot A f,reat mici rabb s l ave be-u
killed, Out lew liirds. Tneie is much
mop- ih iU all avi rag amount of ga'ne
li-yiar. The si-ow will not njiie tin
iit.ioges. the col'l is i.ot severe ai.o
tneie is plenty of food for them.
I'he official list of I'opulist u.eaiber.--eiect
oi (J-i gl'ess does i.ol.siranae to say,
.wiit ou tin- i.a nBs of J. E. Fou ler ot the
lirJ elSTlct or II. C. "Million! ol tile Till.
It is a busy perio i, but a Very qunt
one, in all tbe State departments. The
beads of these are mak'Dg their annual
Mid biannual reports. This is the last for
all the officials save ihe Treasurer. I Jem
ocratic faces will soon be conspicuous by
their absence as lar as the depar-merits
1 he rumor bot'S up agao that 0;ho
vV'ilron will at the proper time deliver thf
Populist vote lor senator to Pritchard;
Oih deni 8 this abso uteiy. It is furtiiei
lutmiatrd that Senator Butler ki.ows ol
his purpose and plan, and that l e also
keew there would in fusion of Rejtibb
. cd.s and Populists before he LUrr.eil
j away during tlie conlerence of the Popu
li-t and Republican Committ.es iu Sep
! lember. It was always claimed that the
step was taken aainsi Butler's wishes,
! an1 Re ublicans assert thatButkr bad
been downed. Some dav the facts will
be revealed of course. Chairman
wm8 led to hold the bag as to the
fusion, and aeeor linij to this 1 iust
Oth' Wilson will hold it in this
TES1IFY OR GO JAIL.
SuKnr WltDssea Before entoral
Testify or Sillier
Washington, D: C. December .1.
Soaxtor Vest says he is awaiting Hie re
sult in the cases ofChapin.n and other
leealcitrant sugnr witnesses before he acts
on the matter.
Several other contumacious wittiissis
are before the Senate Iuvestijjating com
mittee, and should Chapman go to nil,
J. Peirpont Morgan, August Belmont.
nd lohn Stewart, who refused to answer:
tiie same questions before the Board In- j
vetiutin committee will probably meet 1
tee sme fte.
Nharp Infii(ein-nt Sfr Baraeoa.
l.AMii-i Heavy. Spanish Reported
itana, Dec mber o. Major Croin
je a Sai.quinntinirs b.ttalion has been
euage.i On the heights of 13arac.a, au I in
the oods of Oca. with s ver.d bands of
I. HUTul- HIS Whom lie dislodged Vilh a
lo, : ob0 kibed and ounded
Offi;Mai r. p r s oie General We ler a
vi. -ory aber sevral hot tigiits.
Jnilsr 4very".HSon Slabbed.
liALtlOH, N. C, December 4 Asso
ciate .)u-t:cr Avery of the Supreme Court
to.iay :e eived u telegram Irom .Morgan
ion. that his son Alplvuse was stabbed
live times by uegroes last night while re
turning home, and that his injuries are
s. riou .
Justice Avery left this afternoon for
ATrnid to Call.
Cincinnati, O., December 5. Gov
ernor Bradley ot Kentucky says he will
c.l un extra res-i.n oi the State Leg is-
lit ure when he cure it will act on the
INCAPABLE OS ADMINISTERING-
nunc ii County WantH A i I iunnl
('tin in Inn in iirs A i i 11 1 i1 .
Rai.i k.h, X. (
'T 4 NVanei)
C' unity Novi nibi r t
ers, wii u- t Moui
Two 'in- Kenii'
i ike f'll'ue
; ou: I'o; ub'.ic in i a uer .
j Five c:t:zen-oi the couiiiy f we ir they
j believe the b.'iird i capable ef admini-ter-:
iiisi county ; H'i'rs and p -titio i Ju Ige
; 15ryan to pp iiut ;i- two a Iditinnal cotr
j missionefs .l:ir:iiadukj II n kms ami 1'
J II. Allen Democrats.
I The attorney w;i lure h da on his
j way to Biyson C'ny, Swain county w In r
i - J 1 1 Bryan is ho ilim' Coui't. to set ure
in order for the appointment "f Hawk;ns
i and Allen.
It is said applie.itii n of like cliaraier
will le ma e in mauy F.nstei'u counties,
in older t tive lAim era's si m? itc tui
tion on Repui'lic-aQ aud Popu iat boaids
Brals reols Trle Review.
NevT()!:r, Dei ember 4 Bi'adsTettS
in its wteklv tiad.' revie v will sav, tomor
ro v :
Gei'.er.-l tr ide coiitiiiiie
volume, l ibb -rs an 1 wholes de dealers
behig iioieed that there will he no busi
tii s ii v i vai diis viar.
Tin re set ms to b, some acuvity :imoii:
holders of goods.
The r.ii;:S and
South, the Cell
ormy weather in tbe
severe wj ither in the
West and North wet have checked traffic
on the interior country macs, u 1 otruT-wi-e
inteitlrred wiih the distribution of
aieretiaiidi-e. ex'vpt iu oii:e of iheXoilh
westeni centt r- v hi re the more season
ble weather has stimtrate 1 a demand lor
wint r good-.
Hauk el. aiintrs show u ir.crea.s3 f..r
November. Outside ol New V
we k. all btr two ci-ie- show .
rk, lor the
St. cks ot wheat shows a decrease on
i otu coasts
Raleich, X. C. Decembil- 4 Two
...c p.vw conn, v Loni-n Pnrri.
pr. ttv Lib I of euhUen st:,bb -d and
killed he; sweeiheari Widiam Johnson, at
tlie gate of her li"im
She Was sentence,
for fife n ear a' d.
sheriff lied to tbr s ;
I to t!iC penitcnliar
w is b. .-'iiht I y the
.I oi hi veuie'e as he
knew she was .
w o u ! d i
eaie if possible.
The Kmu'i D.-.-.uhieis t .ok up the
oiri's c..,-e ai d i'l.'u. e i (r ,vt ra'-r C ur to
I'lirdon i 1 3 r on i oa ii'i ai that she is sent
to a reform i'o;y in lialiia ore.
She w as taken to H e n forma: oi y.
News con es to ay .hat she ;s home .-.gain
and 'hat ti'c oliie, r- ol the reiormato y
H i Ve her u :, in lit -1 a! r.
Her lov r was talking to her w I eo
stabbed him. She i barged him with 1
iug de'ame.1 her eharatier. Her case
traded a g'ed. deal of a: tent on.
WANTED A HOLIDAY.
Naval Apprentice Mniinj' Bochiisp
They Cannot ;et i hristi.ia Iloli
flay. Newport, P. I., Decembti o A hun
dred naval a pi .rent ice boys made a d;h
for liberty ihis afternoon, twenty ucapirg
from 'heir quarter-.
The ILnbor Is'and po ice were asked
tc heli) the United Siates officials to Cap
tun- the boys.
The mutiny was - uo to the ia- t ol' the
bos being refuse I the usual Christrute
Will .ot Aeeept Testimonial.
London, December 5. It, is learned
tonitiht that AinbassL-d. r Bayard will
probably not accept ti.e Daily Tele
graph's Testimon: d, iu the abscence of
promiuent mimes conni cted with it, the
t::dlness of the contribution-, and the
ud ersa comments i'roni An ericn upon ii
are re ousible for this decision.
Rioting; at a Festival.
Brkst, December o. S. rious riotinir
occurred, here yesterday evening at a festi
val of aitil'.ery men. Many c u ll c!s ti.ok
p'a-e, and frightened the miich.nis ;fl
that that they closed the:r shop-.
Non-commissioned . ilvt r- ami privates
paraded the streets with dri - n swords.
The Frerch soldiers to k ch .r-e of the
tow n aud stormed the b .n - cks. A i u n .
bt-r of persons were wvun !e.l and sevira!
dosed by B ink Fxaiiiiii-r. j
Clinton, M-., De.eu.-r o Tie!
Henry C( uuty bank w-,s i lo-ed by i Le J
State bank e.xam'ni r. ted v. i
Teslinsr .Smokclrm t a.
New York. The government tor
pedo boat Cushing took aboard several
tons of acme, formerly called loyal
sock, smokeless coal, at the Lehigh
Valley railway dock at Perth Amboy
and took a spin around the lightship as
a preliminary test of the steaming and
smokeless qualities of the coal.
Mr. Davis, president of the State Line
and Sullivan Railroad, w hich supplies
the fuel, was aboard the vessel.
The run from Newport to the Brook
lyn navy yard, a distance of 160 miles,
was made in seven hours and forty min
utes, using but one boiler, developing a
speed of about twenty-two miles per
Anew boat, much larger than the
Cushing, now building for the govern-
meut. is expected to mane twenty -eight
knots an hour continuously under
Will Appeal to .iipremet'ourt.
Raleigh, N. C. December 8. There
will be an appeal to Supreme Court of
the United States if the attempt is made j
to Annual lease of the North Carolina J
R. R. to the Southern Railway.
Will Not hiilicl lice I I rum.
Chicaoo. The Federal grand jury
after a few minutes' session decided to
abandon the alleged beef trust investi
gation and was formally discharged by
Judge Orosscup. Some of the members
of the jury expressed themselves satis
fied that a combination existed among
! the more prominent packers. It had
been impossible, however, to reach by
subpoenas the witnesses most desired
1 and ns no sufficient evidence was avail-
able upon which to base an indictment
the attempt at the investigation was
Fire I.onn for the Vr
Xkw YoiiK.--The Journal of Commerce
and commercial J-iulutiu savs: l lie I
i lire loss of the United Slates and Can ula
for the month of November, a-; compiled
1 from our daily records, amounts to $5,
'211,00. The November record is remark
ably light and makes certain a great re
duction for the whole year of lsicj, as
Compared with 195. unlcs; some enorm
ous conflagration lake place this month.
( The total for lS'.IO will be about ll").0t'M,.
To Aboli-.li (.'rimiiiHl Court.
Raleigh, N. C. December 8.- It is
stated that Gov. elect Russell will in his
message to the Legislature, which it
seems is to take the place of an inaug
ural address, recommend that the Eas-
i t d Wt.stern C,imi,ial Courts 1
abolished, and two Snperi r court cir- I
cuits be established instead.
Ayer Slrangrcly Silfiil.
Raleigh. N. C. December S, Populist
State Chairman Hal Ayer declined to
advise the Populists how to vote in the
election in Jackson county, today, for a
member of the lower house of the Leg
islature. lie refused to answer questions as to
whether flie Populists should vote for
i 'ie Republican nominee, who is for
Pritchard for Senator, or for the Demo
cratic nominee wdio is a free sil verite.
j THE COTTON MARKETS.
! Jantaky cotton opened in New York at
7.30 and lias had a declining tendency
all day, finally closing at 7.14 the low
est point touched for several months
and a net loss of 20 points since yester
day. Tiikkk is a great feeling of depression and
of general disappointment at such u
It is a pleasure to note t h it Southern
markets are reported steady from day
to day, with a fair demand, and the
Liverpool market appears to be in a
perfectly healthy state. After the de
cline runs its course there should be a
sharp reaction, and unless t here is nr.icn t
in the situation which is not u:l the sur- !
. faee we are not very far from tnl' turn
New Bekne market, very linn at ti to
J. L. Latham.
New York, December 4, 1890.
Si.vere storms make lh ir iqipear nice
in the Southwest early iu the w.ek nnd
coid weather w ith rain or n w h is been
prevalent sifc; Mo.nliy all oe: the
South. This led to ai . vi-tcutii m of
very light receipts fr the wejk an 1 the
market was held very steady iu con-e-qiiencij.
until Thursday. Oue Doticeable
feature had beeo the absence f specu a
tive activity. Buyers luul either exhaust
ed their purchasing power or were scepti
cal regarding the luovemmt of cotton.
The receipts were of moderate volume,
but the total for the wrek equals those
tor the corresponding period last year.
The fear that the movement would
expand again with the return ot lavorable
weather Caused some holders to -sell aud
this pressure which extended fell upon a
market poorly supported resulting in
mateiiil weakness ('tiring He past few
days. In a nutshell, the ue'ght ot cotton
constantly markete I h is pr yed a burden
too heavy lor holders to he ir. Some have
.o:d because di-c ura-eil aud s .me have
sold btc.ius ofexh lustiou of margins. Tie
decline for the week is 33 to 51 points
Kon;:KT Mooke &. Co.
Cmiwoo. December 8.
Mav Ribs. . .
We have just received some new
patterns of Fancy Dress (!oods in
CANVAS WEAVES, Silk and
Wool Novelty, etc., at greatly re
duced prices, owinjj to the advanced
Goods that were ?."c, now ."0c
Goods that were so;., now b.V.
Goo.ls that were ?1.0U now ?oc.
; Taffeta GlaCe Silk, 70C
We Invite You
Our unique and ex
quisite creations in
Our Oriental and
Domestic Bugs are un
rivaled in texture,
design and coloring.
Our prices place them
within the reach of all.
IN OUR GROCERY DEPART
MENTS CAN BE FOUND
ALL THAT IS NEED
FUL FOR A
And the QUALITY--
well it is a wel known
fact, that when any
thing comes trom
The GIUALITY iS there '
Better : : Tiljes
1 hea put your shonlder t-the
vi'fel and push with all yonr ntlprk t
II you owe us call
and pay us tkiit Twill
help us and y ou'IJU bo
i T 1 i - M.
ii you ueeu aoyining ttt xne
Hardware luiue, "
Such as a "Hagup" King'lleater,
or "Victor Bioycle, or Ikry
Dixie Plow for inBtanc.
Call on us, we will treftt jou
Iieepct.Yours, . .
W. P. Burrus RalptTOray.
ISiirniH & Oray'y
!;olesa! nnd Retail Detfcni in
9 kinds of
i Colton and Corn Bite
V 1 ('it wen St.
Iltil' CASH stm
Hi ad'juarters for LAMPS.
7.) Middle St., under HoUl Albert.
T. II. F0l
Riv W. Q. A. GrataiAi, M,
Iv Kb .1 len miles Entt of Beaufort, XV. C
Ai l d i'V the Meihodiet Cbttrch, w
i re rn n ing a 3cbool to beAilt tbe
many who aie unable Urftnj
xorbiUnt price for
bonrd and tuition. '
STRING TERM OPE?fo JAW., 4, '9".
OfR 'f.rmb: Primary-Grade, Board
hi .I Tuition, $7.00 per. -month; Inter
h.ulhde (irude. Board and Tuition,$7 00
per n.cir l; Aendetnic Grade, Bcord aod
Tu ii .t, $8 00 pr moDtb-.
W'o luruish ns good hoord at can be ob
ii d m i ny c ountry iltc, bemdee tb
yt is li-h, etc, etc., with wbU-b lltoc
m i .d.eu i is Write the IVetidem fr aJl
. Co luatn.n debired.
I i!l, lor the next SO days, mllont tnj
ck of ;.Oods, cotisiUiins; of hardware,
rixw:.ia. Crockery, GJaMtwara, Dry
Qdo Notion ani Medicae. at coet
tji Uasli. Corae and aecore , bargain.
It 'ioa-aro owing m plague iltle up.
L. P. TATtOR.
To our Conntry Friends and Pa-
Wo liave opened our place of bua
in next door to Post Office. We
jnuatiteo to sell too first-claaa
g '.lu us cheap any bonae in ihe
city. We ar eceiviog an rxtra
q inlity tor our Chri8tmagJe
I 1 a I n and Fancy Candida,
Nuts, Balsins, Apples,
Oranges, Banana, Leoions, etc.
Tobaccos, Cigars Plpea, ete.
Please call and aee what
N NUNN.' & CO.
T.i. ii dersi'ned, 1J Y. DiDkina, public
m iirior, Imving duly fjuabfied aa
a I . ' iiiii"T of the e-tHt of Ada Dink inn
im)i-i.I heu by aives notice that peiitona
Iih iu . I iiir adinsl ihe ' ilalc of the
;i I li Dinkins, deceayi, to )re
:m' i ih. m to the t-ai.l adm in infra tor,
rlu'v : ii : In in icat. d for piyment on or
hut "ie .he Hltii., ibtv October, 1H7, or
. 'm- I.;h notice will be plead in bur of
m'i oipiv. 1'ersoiis indebted to the entatc
ii .-I po v without delay.
P. F. DINKINS, Adminmtraior.
N . One Township Craven t'n., N, C
Tims ICUi Day ol Octolier, 18fi.
A Oood llnoo to Stop.
K. J. I.UITON, hnp JiihI opened a ueat
and conTortable Boarding llouac in Bay-
boro, where he will be plad to aee bla
friends and all traveler who may be paiav
ing through that section, incur to it that
thev will lie comfortably entertained and
their witits attended to. Mr. Lupton'a
house will be lound a good place for all
travelers to stop at while in Bavboro.
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