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llu SaiUi M tatc &ixamde, jiiu. 20, 1892.
A WARLIKE OUTLOOK, The Chilian Difficulty Be7ond Peaceful Solution. A GTIVE PREPARA TIONS FOR A FIGHT. The President And His Advisors Abandon All Hope of Settling the Trouble on a Pa cific Basis. Special Dispatch to tho Baltimore Sun Washington", Jan. Chilian outlook is to-day than ever President and his is preparing his message to Con gress in the privacy of one of the rooms ot the upper noors 01 me the White House From inter views with prominent Congress men it is obvious that no partisan-- ship will enter into the controversy if the matter is brought forward in the House. "Patriotism, not politics," will bethemottoof nearly every man on the floor, whether he be in favor of war or against it. Interest is increasing as Wednes day approaches, for. Wednesday is the day the correspondence in the Chilian imbroglio is expected at the Capitol. "We may make his tory on that dy," said a member of the House yesterday afternoon. 18. The more warlike before. The adisors have abandoned all hope of any peaceful solution of the difficulty, and there will from now on be no ces sation in the preparations for war. The plan of cara Daten has now been defi- IMMENSE CATOH OF PISH. Enough in a Single Shipment to Peed Morehead, Newborn and G-oldsboro. Yesterday's Newbern Journal con tains the following interesting item: "The immensity of the run of fish along the North Carolina coast il 1 1 i i i j j i q mis season mis ueen siaruing in us nitely decided upon by Secretary . ,xr , . m J , i ii j proportions. Ave have in a num- iracy anu me omccrs ne uas cuiieu t - . A . . r , J l4 t. ,rl tt i o her of instances giving tacts and in consultation. The United States . c c , & figures ot enormous quantities ot does not propose to suner unneces- .P c . n , t . i , 1 r . c v the finest fish being caught at vari- sary loss on account of having a . k , . . , , 'few sLips in the Seld unsupported. us Polnts' and told of how even Unless, therefore, the Chilians take '"Tr da Ih h t t the initiative there will be no ex- , a.rs PF ,a. s lnf . cr r ,u ' . . 4. tt i simply with hook and line, and ot tensive operations until the United J. A - ' . c t i. j i a single shipment of these fresh States has had time to mass a large n , 5 L . , ... force of ships right where they can ,hsh from JhJe1fd1 wh,ch was be most effective. If active fighting larSe en0USh l ee.d &D can be delayed two or even three m?n and, c ,m BIr months, this country will be a de- fwb.ern ilnd Goldsboro combined, cided sainerby the delay, for not al,owinS , .,each . .mdwidual two onlv must the naval vessels be con- Ponnas 01 nsu t0 lne meal- nentr&ted. but arrangements made for keeniner the fleet suDDlied with & Money Maker. L 0 j-1 coal and all kinds of naval supplies". It is so hard to get employment Navy Department officials are now and so hard to make money, still at a loss to understand the tac- that I know others would like to tics of the Chilians in sending five know how they can make a little of their best vessels away from Val- money, as I have done. Tell your paraiso at this time, when there subscribers they can get all thejew does not seem to be any good to be elry, table-ware, knives, forks and accomplished by it, and when it will spoons they can place, and make greatly reduce their defensive force. $25 a week. The plating outfit One theory about the destination of costs $5. I bought mine from H. this squadron is that it is to go F. Delno & Co., of Columbus, O. north and attack San Francisco It plates gold, silver and nickel. I and capture coastwise vessels sail- did $4.70 worth of plating the first ing under the flag of the United day. 1 he work is done so nicely States. If they expect to find the that everybody seeing it wants harbor of San Francisco unprotect- work done. This machine is the ed they will be mistaken, for the greatest money maker I ever saw. War Department, in addition to the Why should any one be out of em fortifications, ha3 the cahnnels well ployment or out of money, when planted with submarine mines and they can, by using my experience, torpedoes. always have money in the house Secretary Tracy this afternoon and have a little to spend too? sent a cable message to Commander Any one can get circulars by ad Evans, of the Yorktown, at Valpa- dressing H. F. Delno & Co., Co raiso, instructing him to take the lumbus, Ohio. Balmaceda refugees now under his K. Jarrett. protection to Callao and land them. sep21-ly Commodore Clover has in his office continents. These are especially . Affe510 f the bowels, so prev valuable now. and ereat care, is hL alent In children, cured by Sim o ing taken in their study: By this means every mile of the South American shore can be watched, and advantage is thus taken of the materials that have been patiently collected in former years. The greatest pressure is being brought to bear on the ordnance bureau, which represents the fight ing arm of the navy. The chief of that bureau is getting most satis factory results from the gun-making plant at the Washington yard, be sides stimulating the steel manu facturers to their best efforts in the rapid production of material. But above all, the greatest activity has prevailed for some time in the bu reau of naval intelligence, the agents of which are said to have been at work on a plan of a possi- LHlOOdl iairsapaHMa Is a concentrated extract of Sarsaparnia, Yellow Dock, Pipsissewa, Juniper Berries, Mandrake, Dandelion, and other valuable vegetable remedies, every ingredient being strictly pure, and the best of its kind it is possible to buy. It is prepared by thoroughly competent phar macists, in the most careful manner, by a peculiar Combination, Proportion and Process, giving to it curative power Peculiar To fltself It will cure, when in the power of medicine, Scrofula. Salt Eheum. Blood Poisoning, Cancerous and all other Humors, Malaria, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Catarrh, Rheumatism, and all difficulties with the Liver and Kidneys. It overcomes That Tired Feeling, Creates an Appetite, and gives great mental, nerve, bodily, and digestive strength. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa rilla do not be induced to buy any other. W00LLC0TT ft SOU w 0 0 We are now prepared to offer our friends and patrens a few j3 ATI GRAINS- We think we have the best line of Shoes in the city. c 0 EOO Doses Farming and Mineral lands AND- Mill For Sale. mons .Liver Kegulator. L. LEARY, flrcliiiM AND Superintendent, DURHAM, N. C. 1,320 acres, composed of seven adjoin iDg tracts lying on Haw River, the southern boundary within two him dred yards of the Saxapahaw Cotton Factory, on which there are five com fortable dwellings and out buildings and three tenant houses. 340 acres west of t,h ahnvp. nn FT-w River, on which are two dwellings and outbuildings. 35 acres adjoining t his, on Haw River, two and a half miles above the Paxa pahaw Cotton Mills, on which there is one of the best constructed mills in the country, with four run of stones, a cir cular saw mill, smith shop, storehouse and three tenant houses. 75 acres three miles sonth, on which is a xein of gold ore at a depth of 2i feet, tested to yield $32 to the ton. Two tracts adjoining this, on which there is iron ore. Specimens can be seen in Agricultural Museum. The farming lands are all well watered, and taken as a body, is the best in South east Alamance. A rare chance for a small ml any desiring to invest in lands. Reason -for selling: Old age and inability to at tend to it. Write for more narticnlar description. JAMES NEWLIN. deci-lm Saxapahaw. N. C SUCCESS IS ASSURED BY SOWING THE J$ I Best Seeds. I ble campaign, besides collecting all J nossible information from nhrnfirl H J- - - V v V'MV4t I W It is through this bureau that the l The fact that we sell more Secretary has kept himself $ If HICD PDIQQ throroughly informed on the move- vimUICn, UfffiOd, ments ot the agents of Chili who, it is rumored, have fop somp. timn J ransackiner Eurone for wnr mntp al. The comprehensive operations !) fi RRf)FN RFFt) now conducted by the department waAw are krgely for the purpose of ascer- 3 SlSi taining just what the naval system 2 c?SS5S?Sdiavg8cfif Can accomplish in the event Of hos- worth extra packet Seeds for each $1.00 .... . r., .. , A. -9 worth ordered. We also have special tilities, besides stimulating every- low rates on seeds in bulk. body to his best efforts as a means 1 instructive catalogue, r elvinz full infnrmntinn 01 USCluI training. Ijl for cultivating all Farm nnd (iantcn K The President denied himself toM ..TTl'Z all visitors to-day and worked on 2 W U U VJ U a. SU PiUV the Chilian oorresnondenee. He 3 Oo.jaM, JMCHOOMp If A. and FIELD SEEDS than any house in. the Southern States, is most con- and reasonable prices. Our J. J. TnOMAS. S. W. BREWER, J. J. THOMAS & 60. Nos. 313, 315 and 317 S. Wilming ton St., Raleigh N. C, D xaleks In Bagging, Ties and Him- dee Bagging for Sheets. In stock different grades of each. GROCERIES. Meat. Meal. Corn. Fl Mill Feed. Sne-ar. C.aft oa Supplies generally. o! & s 0 N S Ladies' Shoes FROM 81 a Pair Up Gents j FROM $1,25 a Pair -AND-, Child I FROM 35 Cts. ren s ,p. a Pair. FERTILIZERS. We have in stork bpt. Vvr , VVkJ Wl CIAA4.0 juanos ior vv neat and Clover. LEE'S PREPARED LIME. This preparation is especially recom mended for wheat and clover; splendid for top-dressing. Send for testimonials COTTON SELLERS. We refer with some pride to our suc cess, for many years, in this special de partment of our business. Being exclufive sellers, with lone experience, we feel sure we can give ourpatrons faithful service. CASH ADVANCES. Liberal cash advances made on cot ton, either on bill lading or cotton in hand. We have ample facilities for storing. Parties wishing to hold cot ton will please communicate with us General correspondence solicited. J. J. THOMAS & CO. We have in the iitted up a nice p?ist week New Yoik Life Begs leave to announce that it twenty-yr TV.-; in 1872, are now maturing with the io!W;,. , s.Oi 1 Cri : iaary Life Policies- are returninc from fi v -u,wiuujS iu K55 ui 1'itjarec. Se3 example Wcv e; ' 2 Twent ear Endowment Policiea are returning fr, - w v.v,iUiUt w Wl maufrja. Ste oTfr, r-i , t. : 3 Limited Payment Life Policies are returning f-n j- . lusir casa ccax, accoramj to age ol insure a. ,,c Lx . ' V:. 1 Examples or 3Iattirin r vi 1 - Policy taken at Age 43 2 Policy taken at Age 3 ) 3 Policy taken at Age 39 t 2,r'f 0 VOO 10 00 Cot fAn G3st 7,:f0 Uis, Millinery Department, and are prepared to take orders for HATS, BONNETS Etc , and guarantee first-ciass work and lowest prices. These returns are made to umbers after th V;r the Insurance on the respective policies for twenty v;r, II l-Pereona insured under Ordinary L.l? Policies in , . vames, conunue neir meurance, at Orifrinal liate sn'. 7 u, ' -71 to 115 per cent ol all premiums thatfhave been $ tV after as they accrue. See examtilft hnlnw 1 l nDu : : . . 2 Persons insured under Limited-Payment Ll p HOTEL GLfllBORN DURHAM, N. C. Under Hew Management W. H. BILLINGS, PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER RATES : - - $2.00 per day 9-25-tf. PORTRAITS PAINTED BY G. Randall, 131 Fayetteville Street, RALEIGH, N. C Testimonials will be furnished upon application. auglJMf NOW 1892. IS THE TIME TO SCRIBE FOR THE caau vaiuea, conunue ineir insurance, without Fninri- HcV, : dividends of irom 67 to 1C3 per cent of ali premiums thl't hl' i 'sul : " dividends hereafter as themay acc us. 8ee exraple below ' " l Examples' of Dividends, 1 - Policy, see above, may be continued for the original amount f,r EDBval dividends and the ac.wnnlated dividende, amoS :- .V : withdrawn m cash. "ih''1 - 2 ?.olv we above, may be continued without farther pavmut dividends, and the accumulated dividend.-?, amouatmeto Si - ' " "'. drawn in caeh. i- Persons desiring to see results on policies issued at thr'-.. j r. i i . . . " ! uu lunuer uarucuiars as to options in settlement. ti the company or its agents, giving date of birth. SUB New York Weekly Herald, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FAMILY JOURNAL IN THE UNITED STATES. One Dollar a Year, "With the most perfect news gather- ; insr machinerv and with rnrrpsnnnfi. ents in every section of the habitable giooe, tne weekly herald is enabled tc lay before its readers the latest in - . .... siiigence ana most entertaining news rom city and country in the world. The reDutation for freedom aiid indp. pendence which It has aennired dnrinc the many years of its prosperous career viii oe maintained DURING THE YEAR 1891 SPECIAL FEATURES FOR THE YEAR. Original article on PmrtiVni TCa mg and Gardening. progress in Science. Woman's Work. Serials and Short Sfcnries hv tv Roet Authors. Literature and Art. Wit and Humor. News for Veterans, and information on all subjects III The Management of the Company further annouu.-e tla: : 1 The Company's New Business for 1891 exceed! $1.V'. V v 2 Its income exceeded that of 1890. 3 Its assetts and insurance in force were both larHv incr a- i 4 Its mortality rate was much below that calk 1 IV l v table. 5 A detailed Statement of the Year's Business will le j.ullM the Annual Report is Completed. WILLIAM II. BEERS, Pr-i: HENRY TUCK, Vice-lV-i ! ARCHIBALD H. WELCH, Second Vice-l'residvnt. RUFUS W. WEEKS, Actuary. 346 and 348 Broadway, New York. CHURCH & LANE, General Agents ior North .n: S'-c:" Ca CHARLOTTE , 3ST- C f.H.&R.S.TUCKER&CO ii Soc, WORTH The stamp ot Puritv and Truth in Ideas, Stories and News Will be Strictly -Maintained. Send all Subscriptions to James Gordon Bennett, New York Weekly Herald, New York City. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Do not fail to Subscribe now for the New York Weekly Herald. FOR SALE. Pair mammoth sized, full blood J VBronze Turkevs for r1 rKKio, two years old, weighing from 42 to 44 yuunos. iggs ior sale in season. Apply to S. H. CALD WELL, janl-lt Wallace, nTc. $ 25 Last w eek we called at tention to our general line of materials for Eve ning Costumes. This week we direct special attentiontoaline of Nets and Gauzes at 50c, worth $1.25 per yard. W. H,& R.S.Tucker & Co,. 123 and 125 Fayetteville St. Twin CityStencilWorks STENCILS, RUBBER STAMPS, CHECKS, &c. , Manufactured to Order. S. B. TURNER & CO 81 Water St. Norfolk, Va. P O Box 124. nc-3-ly SPECIAL BARGA (Nil ILL! t"' r, m - We 1 1 1 1 , 1 i i 1 "l We will sell next thirty days Trmnurn I n wnvru vi at a great reduci: all untrimmed he.i at about half have no biij these goods, in we na e ia i and style. mrrv ovei nery, hence ihi tion. Miss Maosie 21 rn - Church Furnishing Such a, C- School FurJl-S ,-...Sfh Perfect -J-v, ft:- P. O. Box ..rT n p