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. I I ' I I -I , t m G7. oi vni.-NO. RAXiEIGH, N. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1890. PRICE 5 CENTS. fV0 4N MCIUNI.Ei- ,::,ioi'"'uN,:roit uhv S, Peuig E ALLIANCE MOVEMENT. aua raaaock alone had the political wis- OT . T dom to see the danger to the RpnnhHnn FOLlTICAL PLOUGHMEN MAK- . . . a . I I V T VW rknnn .... party ana to themselves that larked in bC iuhkows iw thk in lull I' I'" . II 1.1 1 V ( oiaape Must .With Clcve- r,ri: , .',!.., Any Oncol n ' I's-couaiMace, Triumph N"' lilt tl. Nov. ;ll.;tlit.T 11) i 1 U I AI 1 , . i;,vd havo aaopiwa uie uveiy ajuuug man, oeing only about , th,. blame of the Repub- forty-two years of age, is considered a 1 u " . ii e uM I i i m. i ... tho Louiiii)ia i guou sawyer, uuro toau average abil- u lvicjH irora ion- iiy, a sureweu politician, ana exceeding- -The suppor- the McKinley bill, and voted against it in the Senate ou its final passage. All of these favor free coinage, and voted for the free coinage bill which passed the Senate, although they agreed subse quently to the conference report, which is now the law in force. Plumb is undoubtedly the ablest of the ii t.t n.n! , uiree, uui reiugrew, wno is compara- if-1 .lirV of State . . . I . . .. i fiti inn from I PctHnrrrt vtr 11121 ' " 1 " v - I v. '. i. ,r.i an i.l ir i'riSL ,1 l--u " , if f.LViloV bill, wl, rioted II 'uaMi'-i '13,' the passage but his with scant ad rice ig- l.iil maile a P;,rty u further interest in the ',v.n only after tho most kN that lie finally con ufow spt-eches, and it i'h;it what ho did say on wliugly lukewarm, the ti ry utteranuei oi mu campaigns. and FIELD OF POLITICS. Farmers' Alliance Leaders Coufident ol the Growius Strength of Their Movement in the Country They Have HijjhHopesfor 1889Already Claim ing All the Agricultural States and Their Faces Set Against Any Idea of Fusion. (New York Herald.) The spectre of the Farmers' Alliance overshadows all other political consid erations here. Clever politicians esti mate the vote polled by that organiza tion in the recent election at not less than 2,500,000 The Alliance people themselves are saying nothing that can be construed as au indication of their cited, but the Republicans will make future purposes. The expectation is that their fight as close to Democratic dec- their party will increase ao rapidly dur- tnnes as possible, m order to hold the . t, . . ... . . . J wavering ones who are inclined to for- 1Dg tbe next two ears that their votlQg sake the g. o. p. and cast their lots with strength in 1892 will not fall much, if the Democratic party. They see the anv. short of 5.000.000. Tn tW. Pvpnt. ?n?lili?n .the Wa11 a?M WU! Ut they will undoubtedly place a Presiden forward their bost men-men like Blaine h1 finish in th k Lifh o ,i f5 ....ill)'11 .y . . it h t that Keed himself ly popular in the West,where he is looked upon as a coming man. Paddock is also clone that swept a man of considerable force, but is by no 4ih of November, means as popular as either Plumb or It is very plain here that the campaign of 1892 will be fought on the lines indi- jKi'.it of by -K"uo ,rtviaot i" the campaign, ana e : r,.S)-,a ied to the fill of his t ,.".lln reluc:antly, and i ' ii ,. iM4)nle. even that nor- of ibelHvpie, c en ma i ur- u i ..... i.lmiro Mr VV'SDiW'- i'it- rtuiuuu uii. his heart was not in un.led the death knell of iri'T hv turniug over the ... k-e' tti;t dtber sol . 1.1. ,r t:l' 'l . . t.. v.nnruijimml HstrirtR 'Vic rillJ vuufjiv..-". - ;:;esth;it havo never before given .'.rvic majorities. And this is li, nr. KteI llatCH Mr. IJInine. ' .',.e who, unbiased by party pre- r&-l jiersoDal jealousies.have care- iviheJ tne courao ui cvcuia, it io and Piumb, who will be able to walk clojio to Democratic lines on these great issues. No section is so vitally interest ed in the silver and tariff Questions as the West, and the West will be the fight ing ground in tho campaign in 1892. IIAUDEST AND BEST WORK, tainty of carrying half a dozen Southern and Western States. Already they are claiming all the . agricultural States in '92. This is of course, an exaggerated and over sanguine view of the situation, growing out of their recent success, but they have a reasonable probability of carrying North and South Carolina, Snnt.h TViVnta K" (ansa a VaViraol-o anA (Dallas Eagle.) Minnesota. I am told by their leaders To the Raleigh State Chronicle, in here that not only will they continue to our opinion, belongs the honor of having develop strength in the States where done the hardest and best work for De ... tU , it urnnM hftVft ...ii.! JL lb I1VU1U w mvw ,pcce had Mr. Blaine's attitude - euct'v the reverse of what it was. I'll! Ill UUt 1IUH fcliW luvl"iVJ i the supiort of a hundred W.d not reconcile them to it, cttil the result of the elec- mocracy during the campaign. It work ed hard and manfully against Radical and nagro rule,and it had the satisfaction of finding its work successful. It, by its conservative course, tended to har monize the differences and conciliate the they have already shown unexpected power but that Ohio,Pennsylvania, New lork, New Jersey and Massachusetts offer them an equally promising field. ine worK or organizing win go on rapidly in these States from this time, with the possibility of bringing one or more of them also under their domina tion. factions of the Democratic party, while Will Fuse With no Other Party. many other papers were rendering the It is obvious to any student of p-dii breach between the factions wider. It oai affairs that the Allianca people are M- Hoed, Mr. Harrison, Mr. was merciless toward the Radicals in ex- , ren.B inr oai8 m ngurauve. V.?LM their evU deeds and to it, influ- 2 beiXSSTT ..iitll,r,iiyu.H ..... I finofl vprv Iarcftlr is dn thfi fant tht ir.tr. Krtlifioa olof irr.r4Qt;KlrT f,rtm - J O J I jV 1V1VO UILUvO V A I KM jJ- VL'AkXjr Ji LJ LLX Radicalism was routed in its stronghold the start, and their manifest purpose in Wake. The Chronicle deserves the now LO 8uur? coniroi vi me country, thanks and cordial support of the De mocracy of the old North State. WINSTON-SALEM. Special Cor. State Chronicle. Winston, N. C , Nov. 21, 1890. There is in session now in the old Salem Moravian church the Synod of the South ern Province of American Moravians. The Synod wasorj;an;z ?d yesterday by the election of Rev. Dr. E. Itoudthaler, Salem, as President and Rv. Jag. E. Hall as Secretarv. After preliminary exercises, appoint ment of committees &3., letters of greet ing were read from the Northern Prov and Germany. The Snod holds three sessions each day; is a very intelligent and high-toned christian body aad Salem should be proud of her guests. The time is approaching for our new city market house to ba built. The mon ey wss provided at the recent election to issue 200,000 in bonds, but the building had to ba postponed on account of there being such a demand for brick masons, brick and carpenters. The Board of Commissioners has b3 gun making arrangements for the erec tion of the structure. The foundation will be laid this winter and brick work commence with the spriog. It will be a handsome building to contain a fire de partment, mayor's office, city prison and market, and, I understand, will cost in the neighborhood of $40,000. It will be three stories high and of the best brick ob tainable. Some of our people are beginning to take an interest in the new town of Gor don to be built up by Winston money in Wilkes county. A nw postoffice has been established there with the Messrs. Finley Bros, as postmasters, and things are beginning to look up. Messrs. Wade & Chewning, who are now at work grading the West End Bou levard, will be employed in the spring to grade the whole site for the new city. Lots will b3 laid out, and streets and avenues provided, the grand sale to take place sometime next fall. Wilktboro is not left, though, by a tjood deal. Several capitalists have been there the past week or so and there is strong talk of organizing a land improve ment company. THOSE PENSIONS! THY ARE ABOUT TO BANKRUPT THE GO VERM EN T. They Have Run the Deficiency Bill Up to 19,000.000--They Will Call for 3200,000,000--Cor cress Mut Repeal Some oi the Robbery Laws-or Make the Taxes Still Heavier. IBy United Press. New York. Not. ?1 The Herald's Washington correspondent siys: It now appears that even Commission er Raum's estimate of the deficiency in the pension account this year is too low, and that from information just re ceived it is likely that the deficiency will be $49,000,000. This means $150, 000,006 instead of $135,000,000, this year lor pensions. It means more than $300,000,000 nexi: year for pensions It means a bankrupt treasury and an impaired national credit even .sooner than the Herald had predicted. It means that Congress must come at once to tho relief of the overburdened government and either repeal some of these unnecessary pension laws or pro vide additional taxation for their pay ment. If the pension office works up to the full limit of the capacity of its pres ent force in settling pension cases, and issues certificates as rapidly as the cases are settled, the pension deficiency for this year will amount to 7o, 000,000 in stead of $40,009,000. At the smallest calculation this increased capacity will amount to an increase of $9,000,000 or $10,000,000 over the commissioner's esti mate. That will make the pension ex penditures $150,000,000 for the year. How will Secretary Windom be able to avoid admitting in his forthcoming re port that the end of the present fiscal year will see the government without a penny to pay current expenses with. EVERY MAX HIS OWN MASTER. ro.vr. rress in THE SNAKE CHARMER. An j k:; -w this quite well, but ...... . n S.I .1 t lr, tt t a. Blaine's opposition to .... i i .it . -J.tc.fv lull nu imri tne party. v;tt;, but admitting this they Jf , . I, I. i. l 1 i'.l.'.uiu iir. iMame is luusuruwu i'.tiis to his party that, in short, 4urtlwa Lh party, tho biggest and entitled to lead ou all f national importance. In .iluiit their own impotence ;!! 3 iui'a sagacity, for he, alone, t WiAe'.s, predicted defeat if Ji'.lu-.VbVA bje.iuij a law. Now ,iw,Ma is. what will bo tbe effect , th;s ? i2ip!y to make Mr. Blaine wmVe tho Uepublican party for rr..'i;l,ikv ia lbUi. This can bo oiiiy re-uit. lUaioe alone stands :u u.vctta.!'!, unhurt, the solo sur- Dr. Black is well known throughout the State as a prominent minister of the Methodist church. He is now Presiding Elder of the Raleigh District, and has held many important appointments in the Conference and was at one time edi tor of the Raleigh Christian Advocate. Besides his ministerial capacity of which we need not speak, Dr Black is what few preachers are or at lea-t develop such strength as will enable them to hold the balance of pow er between the two great parties. It is not their intention to consolidate with either. Their leading men tell me they will welcome any mau or set of men who may choose to enter their ranks, but they can only be admitted by renoun cing forever their former political affilia tions. It is only as a distinct organiza tion with distinct aims and purposes that they can hope to win, and from this course they will not swerve a hairs breadth. The Alliance people are claiming fifty five votes in the next House. Of this number forty are straight-out Alliance Representatives and fifteen others have committed themselves in writing to the measures advocated by them. The more important of these measures are the free Old Negro Horrifies Washington ians by Swallowing a Reptile. A special to tbe New York Star from Washington says: An old colored man, about seventy-five years old, calling Last evening, in the Moravian church himself Uncle Dick, created a sensation " W K r-tTSL'SS. in town last week with a m.gnificeLt tie Winkler, two of our most popular rattlesnake, four feet long, having nine voun ueoole. were united bv Rev. E. rattles. Uncle Dick, the "snake-charm- Rondthaler. A tremendous crowd wit nessed the nuptials A New Device That Shows Pro; Invention. Washington, D. C , Nov. 20.-Drop a nickel in the slot, turn a knob and get two postage stamps and a penny. Before Christmas the people of New York and Brooklyn will be able to do this at cigar stands, restauran's, hotel corridors, club houses and drug stores and other public houfces. Morrison Renshaw, the General Manager of the Postage Stamp Service Machine Company, had confer ence with Postmaster General Wanama kera few days ago The conclusions were mntally eatisfp.ctory. Twenty-five hundred of the little machines aro buns: turned out as the first installment. They will be scatter ed ali over New York and Brooklyn next month. The Post Office Department recognir.?8 the automatic device as a great public convenience. On large purchases of stamps a considerable re duction is made by tho Government. The machines will he set up wherever there is a demand for them, :t a trifling rental. From this rental and ilie reduc ed cost of stamps in large quantities the company expects to derive its profits. The advantage to the shopman who rents one for 53 a day is that he has something which helps to draw people to his place. The convenience to the public is evident. The Post Office De partment is watching the innovation with great interest. It is expected tho use cf the machiues will extend rapidly from New York to other cities. NOBLE IN CHARLOTTE. The Secretary of the Interior Return ing to Washington. Charlotte, N. C, November 21 Se cretary of the interior John W. Noble, who has been spending a week in Lin colnton, hunting and drinking Lithia water, arrived in Charlotte. He was accompanied by Mrs. Noble and lawyer Henry Strong, of Washington. The One of our i welers, Mr. A. F. Arnold, is very profuse in his gifts of prizas to 1 3 ZL. II 1 1 , 1 iuwbu it, ruiitja up ui3 em people only knew several caoansuc signs ana nnauy, 4f - ,i K ,at . . ... ti i - I ii tt uuiu w at ticai viz: a successful financier. Ho knows rof :hr) wreck of the Republican hnw to handlo monev and take caro of . , rf - u ". ore trie convention to meei nis new worK ioe3e Dasiness requisites .... . .. I nninnna r f e?l vcr and Sin V Tpfvnsnru Vii 11 a J;.m v.. Blaine, ol Maine. will be greatly needed, vve are quite ""n rr uZ" , . ".ti 7uZ 1 Aha will be the Democratic uom- sure that Dr. Black will take it as a . Perhaps it i.s a littlo early to an- compliment when the Curonicle sajs .jestion, or even to speculate. that his wife ia the b3st man 0f two, e a many men in the Demo- n . . . . M . uftron party who may aspire to that rttat all predictions now are the uhtiuns. It may by said, cr, that in the event of Mr. Blaine's - u'loa, which now seems assured, " lite proluble that Mr. Cleveland 1 1 W cailel on to lead tho Demo- and that ''Aunt Mary," as she is known, is a favorite with all the children who know her. Foremost in every good work, she will prove a valuable help meet to her husband in his new work. She is the editor of "Bright Jewels," a oi the a:T'cfi , ., Wl fcU,J b,u1' AnQ vjuronicle wisnes tue new ouper- intendent great success, and prays heav en's choicest blessings upon him and upon tbe orphans under his care. ).0 trliin ariff man in V nnnn . i:'l Will almost Cflrtnifilv hn thm Democratic party in of the A:.)!ht'r result Of thn TPCPni nlrntmna u 'hit tht) West will demand, and :'ilu:'.Y are will secure, a place on fM;ntui ticket of both parties, "public ma have been frightened Nuie.il landslide, and realize i . "uti. me me lar West sub- J'-.l. If'JIH'm'liin if 41. a i ,; , ,u uiuy osnect 10 ' ''' tlt'Cturnl vntou ftf tl... ,thcr hati.l, tho Democrats are tutt-i with their victory, and ,a,'Js' to cn.c d a tn tho VQuf tnof Which Will brt fnrP.ffl tmm v w - - - - - - - HOME-SPUN YARNS. (Sanford Express. The iniquities of the McKinley bill are in the mouths of the babes. A little tot here of four or five summers was in one of the millinery stores, when she heard one of the ladies say that hats would come higher now on account of the McKinley bill. She reported to her I i S-, , 'J. 1 00 trie controlling sen- bill had come witn tne new nats. The DcmocrsitK tmVO o.J M..TU LKJl j i,uig "''H I.OllLillcr n m- I i, . " " HIU C91 in line, and now that the snirit of vX.Ma'.1howa itself m the west it ZY :imi0 ko advantage " f lh;r thlD- Th0 democratic S t l ,fr co''uag of silver, and U.n tw 1 -e wt9t ants above all 1 u I They will not stop, they say, until they accomplish the passage of both. Judg ing from their conversation they expect to do this bafore the close of the Fifty second Congress. Opposed to Sectionalism. There is one tenet of their political faith which fair-minded men, without rezard to other considerations, will cheerfully indorse. They are opposed to sectionalism and to the statesmen who support such doctrines. They tell me seriously that their principal opposi tion to Senator Ingalls arises from his malevolent and repeated efforts to widen the breach between the North and the South. His other sins they could for give, but this they regard as unpardon able. I asked them what, in that case, they purposed doing with Senators Hoar and Chandler. They replied that as soon as the organization became stronger in Massachusetts and New Hampshire these gentlemen should be immediately turned down, unless their '-brigadier scalping" tactics, as they term them, are abandoned. The General Council of the Alliance will hold its annual meeting at Ocala, Fla.. December 2 next. About two hun- party wtts met at the depot by a delega tion of local Republican office holders and citizens this afternoon. The secre tary was driven over town by Postmaster Brady and W. H. Miller, and he expressed him self as being very much surprised at the business activity -displayed on pvcry hand. He was especially interested in er, surrounded by a crowd of Washing- th were the fi t fae ha(J ever tomans, took a glass of cold water, swal- ih"h nn, Nnhlfl R;d if thft North. the South better luinofir fr t Horn plunging his right hand into a sack in llWu o.m lr.n, QKointQix, the different institutions of learning his basket, brought out, to the amaze- nothing-comparatively nothing, of the hereabouts, in order to encourage good menJ- 01 lQe spectators, a monster rauie- great DU9me8S activity in the South." He scholarship and discipline. He has of- anafJe- L., , . .. , , . 'declared that the South was a land as fered a handsome gold watch to that The reptile slowly coiled himself fair as tDe airegt and aaid the negroe room of the Graded School that would ar,?un(? thve n;ck anda:rlin oflt.he ?ld appeared to be perfectly happy and con- ..... mlii a ita hnn.l rrvn r7tr rha tit nil ft hoard r r I J make tne best average as a department I " . if "ct" a- tented. on marching and attendance, and to that u ecie jjick, wno in return, was caress pupil in that room that has the highest Wlt.h gentleness the reptile and talk annual average on her studies, ingtoit as if it were a baby. After Ha ha oinn nrnridn tn award annt.liflr han. l ng the snake for twenty minutes I . . I 11 1 1 tkni V, -. tue uiu mau uuuuuuwu luau ud vma go ing to swallow part of the reptile. At that moment the crowd surveyed all the surrounding doors, so as to be sure of making a successful break if it should be necessary. Uncle Dick seized the snake by the neck, made more mysteri- handsome watch to the Davis School cadet who acquits himself best in every thing throughout the year. And he has not left the ladies out, for he has offered a beautiful gold pen and writing case to that young lady of tho Salem Female College who will obtain Fancy Florida oranges at Barbke & Pope's. AN INDIAN WAR IMMINENT. tho best annual average on her studies. Mr. Arnold is a very broad-minded man, and loves to see scholarship and discipline encouraged. M. Victor. -- i! t "ti'.lhhpi t 4 mi I j lUt 4Un IV T r LT i - 1 tt I . i i a j i a. A A " 'wi.ii rill V. I nu too inv I Till TT1 R. Hf)llll lLCr LIIUU lilO iU.vU.LUlv 7 I HfAil atlfl Ii iFV flAltHP'H.LtiH rill LI lIILctlLl II 11 li ft -J" AO ILUilUK. 1 PS 9 1 .AJIV v I w-- - ri i i w " dred other leading memDers oi me Alli ance will be in attendance. The confer ence will be an important one, and before its close tho aims and purposes of the Alliance for the future will no doubt be better understood. Extra fine Aspinwall bananas at Barbee & Pope's. THE BIG LOTTERY. The Lottery Law Showing up its Im mense BusinessIt was One-Third ol the New Orleans Postoffice A Big Cut in the Force. By United Press.l Washington, Nov. 21 The action of the lottery law has greatly decreased the business of the New.Orleans postoffice, and on this account Chief Inspector Rathbone to-day dismissed nine em- employees of that office. The withdrawal of the lottery business from the mails made a decrease of about $120,000 a year in tbe postal recjipls of the office or about one third of its entire business. The salaries of the employees dismissed amounted to $ 6,300 a year. Sitting Bull Arming his Braves for the Conflict The Indians Getting Wrathy. fBy United Press.l Washington, D. C. 21. The following dispatches bearing on the Indian situa tion were received at the war dept to day from Gen. Mills: 4 'Reports received that Gen. Brooke appeared at Pine Ridge thi3 morning. Indians much ex cited and large number coming over from Rosebud agancy,fifty miles distant . The ghost dances still continue.M Reliable information has. "been re ceived that the Yankton and Gros- make any of you gentlemen handle that ventres on the upper M,vasonri,al80 those snake just like me." Uncle Dick's propo- near Old Fort Belknap have unani sition was not accepted. He opened with mously adopted the 'Messiah Craze; the hi3 fingers the reptile s jaw, and showed latter are quite ugy: that Sitting Bull the fangs to the astonished spectators, has sent emissaries to these tribes Uncle Dick lives in this neighborhood and to forty-eight'lpdges of Sioux north and could make big money by follow- of British line inciting them ing a circus company. He says that he to get arms and ammunition and can pick up the wildest rattle snake or join the other warriors near the Black any other 44insect" in the woxlsas easily Hills in tho spring. ' Every effort is be- as he would a spring chicken. "No ing made to allay and restrain the tur snake will dare bite me," continued the bulent; bat violent overt acts of any snake charmer, when the crowd was leav- small party of the desperate ones may ous signs, took a hrm attitude, with nis eyes riveted on the serpent's eyes to fascinate it, and all of a sudden he swal lowed the snake by the head to the length of twelve or fourteen inches in his stomach and quickly brought it out. The spectators expressed freely their as tonishment. Uncle Dick, proud of such an ova tion raised himself, stretched his old body, and waving like an orator, h:s right hand, said: "Gentlemen, I am the master of all 'insects,' and I can ing. Dillon and O'Brien Criticised. Richmond Items. Choice eating apples at Barbeh & Pope's. Th( ttlaeow Boom all Right Now. fBv United Preaa.l Glasgow, Va., Nov. 21. A cable gram received here this morning by Gen. Fitzhuzh Lee. President of the Rock- Daft in Inn tiflvt Aam. I i ! .1 (A $rnm T nnnn annnnnrioa emniTntm nr.... I .. . . . . i 1 I A i 'M in i taVfr 1 ueueves mat the nrst payment uaa wcu mauo .u f-'iA'nt., . i . lul ruvenne only, the the Brit sh American Trust uompany oi !,!.. i vuucVOQo burdensome du- Tendon of the one and a half million i c-cii 'til..oin the volume dollars which is to give a syndicate, - thenarK lUm' 0 great lead made up of prominent Englishmen, and hiQ for years been interests in the capital stock of the com f ;y u !8U doctrines as the nanv which controls the town of Glasgow A- iW y which the The arrangement is similar to that mad '" iu a?rifn tnrA I Kw ha Vfirlloohrkrnnjrh own UOmoauv. relieved. The West, of Kentucky with a syndicate, some of THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR. 'L:it ti ? la Scarc7 any question v V t . r Coina0 of rifter will r xl'l i J,:irt n the next cam- (By United Press.) Richmond, Va., Nov. 21. Argument wa3 heard here to-day in the Chancery court on a motion to appoint a receiver in. tbe case of Armstrong, Cator & Co. vs. H. H. Meyer et als. Three horses were burned to death in an early morning fire here to-day. Mr. W. R. Qaarles, broker, assigned to-day: liabilities $12,000. Tobacco sales here to-day 32 hhd3. ; inspections 6 hhds. : remsoectiens 6 hhds; internal revenue $4,201. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. I v cau be "' i n f - f lirw 01 tree coinaL'e. has fal- tho mfimhora of which are also iuterested V:vtt tHt likelv r:4!ir 7,aiU miftMt M'JCstion of tariff rp. in nhnw Thore was at one time the recent elec-1 hi-, aliont the Davment of the V thuf (tin T I . i. tho naniW nnn . Ii "- u ill . '" 'v-ii- I uiUUOY, ULl mwuuw v t J f. '.Tl.l:. . miftM th( nnnnrtnr.J)n I J ti - mnlraf In P.norlond !VtPHrtM . ...sec.tlon -otho Demo- and the news that the money has now v u! ; on th, v"1lng t0. Kivo it repre- been paid over will be received with joy "?ral tIcket. Tie by the thousands of people over the country who have invested here upon the belief that it would be paid. They Invite Labor Organizations to Join Them in Forming an Independ ent Platform. (By United Press.) Denver, Col., Nov. 21. Yesterday's decision of the Knights of Labor Conven tion accomplished nothing. It was agreed to hold a National Reform IndusJ trial Conference during the year for the The Register of Deeds of Gates coun- formation of an independent platiorm ty writes ns that Mr. Riddick Gatling, upon the principles of the Knights of who was elected to the House from Gates Labor. Tde Farmers' Alliance and la- as an independent candidate by 60 ma nor organizations of the country are ioritv is for the re-election of Senator invited to send delegates to this confer- Vance. Mr. Gatling served as an inde ence. T. V. Powderly, Ralph Beaumont pendent in the House in 1837, and went and A. vv . wrignt were cnoseu aeiagaiea into tne uemocraiic (By United Press.) New York, Nov. 21. Six members of a local branch of the Irish land league have united in issuing an address criticising the methods and motives of Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien that will attract wide attention among the friends of Ireland. It goes so far as to charge that they fear to have an Irish land cause a general uprising. The latest re port from the Northern Cheyennes is that they have abandoned the delusion. There should be no delay, however, in putting other troops than those in theso two departments in proper equipment for the field. Prominent It. ol L. Suspended lor Political PartUanhip. (By ilnited Press). Denver, CoT, Nov. 21. The General Assembly of the Knights of Lbor yes- league here to which they would have terday suspended A. M. Dewey from the General Assembly for five years for at- to account tor money suDccnoea oy Irish Americans and that they have endeavored to stop the raising of money to prepare for the impending famine m Ireland for fear that it would interfere with their now purposes. Gould and the Union Pacific. to attend the supreme uouncii oi Farmers' Alliance at Ocala, Fla. the b 'll I'liTf,. , f . 118 1. '-f 1 "-CO Ot t ip f,,...t.. tick ! J S cwnBe and the Na- U- i VTO the aamesof H 2U thefi0 great doc iVt,, of W?1- Pre-eminently t tberi Unff wformen and .:rareZ!ymen whose i'lfr ur)lha.sto tariff rc- (ll w. wrs wouia. Mu.,l . in lo th Ticket. Dr. McGlynn will Stick to His Theories. i n caucus ana yorea for Lee S. Overman, E q., for speaker against Hon. J. R. Webster. We take it that he will go in the Democratic cau cus in this Legislature. W. II. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. W. H & R. S. TUCKER, & CO. Furniture Department. For the next few days we will offer at much less than value, a good many nieces of fine furniture. This furniture IBy United Press.l New York, Nov. 21. Dr. McGlynn, . . - i : l v. in an interview regaruiug tuo jjuu- lished statement that he was soon to be reinstated, says that he did not attach uievw uiuue nf much importance to it. He says he will wwrreufctu every icapcv, """"6" " nvr Tenant the . th ill VAaii befor, .. . . selling quuoas as, w dearer to him In?" to V;; ican party ana being op igea m .nave , iu u. He emphatically affirma the truth I Ik '-"-U1 Uill H MY Mining I MfMUlOV CfWIR VA W TT1 HKH UU I Z . t t . I -1 1 i of his theories, ana saia me cnurcn must, inevitably accept them. the. theories which are dearer to him than his church can ever 'e ia the c mi nominate Mr. Blaine, holiday goods, we will make prices ticiUs tv o man tliey have who these that will clear the lot at once. so called doctrine of W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Shoulder Cape. We are showing the very newest styles in Capes with raised shoulders and Me dici collars, comprising Astrachan, Wool, Seal, Beaver, Persian Lamb, Black Mar ten, Grey Krimmer, &c. These are all in the latest designs, and the prices are the lowest. Are also showing Muffs ol any of the above fura. I W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. IBy United Press.l New York, Nov. 21. The Vanderbilt political action. people now admit that Gould has got control of the Union Pacific. One of the parties named as director said: ,4The board will soon be reorganized, Mr. J. D. Rockefeller working with Mr. Gould has brought the change tempting to swing the Knights of Labor vote of Pennsylvania for Dalamater. He is employed in the Government Printing Office at Washington, and has been here since the opening of the con vention. Had it not bean for Powderly he would have been expelled. XTbe whole of yesterday was spent in the disscussion of the proposal to havo the Order take Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainiield, 111., makes the statement that she caught cold, which settled on Jier lung-?; she was treated for a month by her family about, and Russell Sage, Jay Gould, H. physician, but grew worse. He told her B. Hvde and Alex. Orr will take the that she was a hopeedss victim of con- place of four of the present members. He Was Prejudiced. (From the Epoch.) sumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from the first dnaA Rhft continued its use ana aicer Traveler (to new acquaintance.) Does kms ten bottles, found herself sound it not sadden you to see a boy like that smoking the pernicious and enervating cigarette. New Acquaintance I can't say it does. You see, I manufacture them. Z ' . t- and well, now does her own Mousework and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Df scovery at John Y. McRae's drugstore. Large bot tles 50c. and $1. x.