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Cbildreai It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
i other Narcotic substance, t is h-rmless substituto
Vor Pareeorie, Drops, Soothing Syyups, and CastorOil.
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J-the Mother's Friend.
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Tu Ckut avm
Internal and External.
Cores' KIZ KOM ATISJ. KEUBAI
MIA. trmm Rack. HoisiBa. Braifar.
tiAsee BOIVn &peeUny propared for
IttC llliftOfc GiUAtf, stock. Double StrenpUi,
asamt rowarfal ani PatiatratixacLitilnantfor Kan "
r Mt Is MiJkaww. Laix fi stae aiso Uo.
JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP.
sad TmIsC Tka Qraat Skin Cure sod
fmv BasNixMer; Ladiae ariU find tt most
aSastaasd Mhlir perfumed Tofle Soap or
- ih bmtMU It la abeoiwteV . Makes tb ,
rtiaeort ssdwsHstysnd rwdora Us lorteom-
sisalini 1 s luxury (or the Bath for Infants.
k iUn Uchiair. clasaa tha scalp an t promote
MkTt htir. JTicaa5c iToraalaby
Th Community Shocked.
Last eveaac, juM after ta, while Mr.
TVoaa Hmrtmsn, a (roatiueuVsnd liigLjy
rsHwcUd citiasu, apjwrentjy in the bel t.(
acil ssi aoirtu, saa reading a newauaper,
Iks attsct aad(lu!y fell u tlte Hour ; he
jtlaoss oms kaoif over bis heart, gasped, and
staL Wk ia it chair, ' vidmtly unuou
aua. Tu fainiljr were htrickea with cou
atsraitios, sud uaiuvdiaieiy suaiiuaard s
ssyiiciaa. Hut it irsa too late. .The oki
faailawn waa dead. V'1 K'n Bv h1 1
-..sinus at ihalcau." UolbianJc Herald.
- Tr da Ue papers aoatatu statements
siisilar U the abort. jrn youth is no de
fease sfainst ksart diseass, and the swful
raf tiity srilu which it ia claicniug Ttctinia
fjrcsinpoa all a convictioif of ita prerslence.
: kaadsr if yMi have is arnipt4m of tltia
irsas liseaaa do not lieUate a moment in
Mtaaiiaf to itM Drlsy U alwayg dangeroun,
jasJ ia liart (iiaeaae too often fatal. Sonic
tiaptoma of heart dueae are shortness of
kraals,' fluttering, or palpitation, pain or
tanssrietti in lft ide. ahoulder, or-arm, ir
Wifslif jwilwimrttliering, weak or hungry
fainting iella, dror, etc.
"' rfcwis R wiii Yirk. Pa . writ : "I auffercxl
ssj art ttiisa 22 yars. KreqweMtty my
a44rtoitU1ratoiinip'itttmv mtiuib.aud ray
aaaitt(Mi ma1a ie T.ry melancholy. PhyMclaiia
s n rrli.f. I hcani! so much worse that
usA ifH-tl to liv. but ws tttdurad ! a
IsMrrmrt t n MtW' Nw Heart Curs. The
j tasMwl lr I felt erontlr reltsvd, and at the eufl
Kt4 I fait like a king, i My gratitude U too
tytbe rtreslon." -j
fa-lb R.H-kwll. nntnntwn. V.. airsd 1 ,
. .r: 'sr-vr four veara prr1oua to betrtn-
Witttm soTOr. Mile New Heart Onre I waa
n4 wlih heart tla in a .rery satart form.
5 Llken cur... hnt with no baneflt
I W Df . Vf lies' remedy, one txilUe of which
1 jTn ktka "Rich Point la., makee ths fV
f J"1 atateasnt z " I waa avwreek fr-.tn heart
ana Maiaach trouble wheM I twins wlna;
; fcsa.HaartOiTs and Serre and Lira
ffu., AlarMultortkixueIam weil."
' r.' VlWiVew I Wart Cnre la told by sl diyif..
KJ" r"snte. sr ant bv the pr.
MTlsa fctadirsi ro.. Elkhart, itwl . o rwipt of
1Qf- tl par buttls. a' a bttles for P. eprea pre--'.
It, poaHtrHy fre' from sJl oplatea or
teaswasMrsga. Tr. Vllsa' Nrr and I.'vsr
rlUa. ssuta r W, ie tMTS.tl.M. Malted
fywhaaa. fiae book at dacaiats, or by malL
For Sale bv ull Diugists.
:ou of employmcntror in
" - ; "" : r' ii M mifftii iw i m'ST'- AMB
a . positiou tliut iypu do net:
.; Jillkf? ? "PrvsclKTtr -fit crt,iS
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Z Siting of Life Insurance is :
: J yotjr special forte.
; people lxave, after
been suronsed at their:
I fitness for it To all such
s it has proVcd a niost con- i
: genial and profitable occu-
: pation. The Management :
5 of the : :
able Life I
: m .the Depaftnien
: Carolinas. desi res to add :
to its force, some, agents 5
; of ehhraeter ind ability; i
Write for in fon nation, z
W. J. Rodney, aAcr, I
L - a
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is th Children's ronacea
Catori cure OoBc, Coarf-:Ittln,
Kour Stomach, Di&rrhooa, Srucjation,
W.U Worm, iic loI. prooaotoB
ro. " -. 'iv
TTlLkout Lb jurioua medication. ; "
"For aevecal jreatt I bave-rocomiBwdoi
your Cartoria,' u&Jtuai filway contiaua it
U t s it L iBTariaLJ! produfoi benaOcU
tJCUi Street ami "Ui ?iw York Ctr
UCUAT tiTKXET, NKW YoET CtTf
IS THE SAFEST
I CYEH UAOE.
. There are'siiiKle retail hra stores la our lares
elttea which at 11 'ifioO pairs of rhocs a day, inakina;
a net prollrcf $3j0,ejo a year. -Wc sell ahf low,
but we aril a great many ps.ira, the el ar profit on
our ladies', mUaca' and children.' shoes U at k.-a.t
ten e nt a pair, aad on our mens and boys' alu a
li cvtxU a pair. We clmll cstullii''n rh Hon a in
each of Hits flay Urrcct cities ut the I'. S., iul If
thy sclUmly v0'piura c-f rhof a Uay thry wixild
ears Vii, 01 a yi-ar. - We ahould ho aUct- pay a
yearly tJiAitU-wl . f J 5.C" a.r!inf-, orovtr irv-i!t.
a year on tho ltv- tiup; t. We m II i'iu K'.wck tt ?i
a shaTe. The pricf nuit l:wvilali!y I e t:n"ch more ,
than l'a shar. :!Ni f'.v !c I:-i t vi-f I -t-n wnl at
less Ihn this pric, t h:c!i i 1 i j iur-v;Ine. St rk
non-asecsaablc. lticorprull. t;.it::l ,,"'0.
We have over 1.000 Vckh.Ui r, r.r tl tlur in:!rlr
Is tneruyilng daily. Soraacf t'io priaclri-l suxk
holdcra are: T. S. Vail us. V. Y-: I. J. !-Uf. I? -U;
N. V.ltA'1, Jr.. CUh-at? V; J. II. fi l '. !ii--' : W. M.
Kvaiaii2h, Uitlp K-tk. Ark.! I. II. 1- i !i.'fhirar; J. '.
Trur. Phila.t.V- Hrd:tB, N. V. i:. ' l ay:... Uitlit
Cn-'k, Mith. ; K 1'. llttllrtti-, Arra.r . r. Y.
Write: for a prurpectiia t'nuiiiiM; li nmrs of
our stockholder, t-tc, r 'h t-nUr r '. t,
i itc'ntimg mutter' rifrt, rttnh f tituvtf ftttr.
Ord.-ra iaken for one or utoru shares, l'rlcr, $10
DEXTER SHOE CO., u&ttX:X
LiklTKB. 8H0E CO., Inc'p. fspttsl, $1,000,000.
It EST SI. SO !Sltt)i-I IN THK AVOKLDW
"A dollar tuvtd it a dollar enmetl."
ThisTjtila'Sol't.l French !tnsolaKIfBnt
toa Boot delivered free anywhere in the U.S., on
receipt ort;aln Money uraer,
or iNwttt-Note for (1. SO.
Equals every Way the boots
wld in all retail etorca for
2.50. We make this boot
ourlvpn, t!icreforo we guar
r.nlc Ujo til. (' rtutl wntr.
anil If n;iy o:m is not satislied
wo will i'eind the money
ov -oiiix -'oiher pair. Upera
Tu cr Coniitiun trns.
lr-.l i.l2fej. Smtl tr.iiir tin ?
rj-. - " - 9 F
DExiEflf Shoe Go.,
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, stid sll Pat
ant business conducted for Moocnatc ret.
Own Owcc is Opposite U.S. PaTCttTOrrieK
ana we can secure patent iu less time tbau those
remote from Washington. 1
bead model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We ad rise, 'if patentable or not free of
charge. Our fee sot duo till patent ta eccored,
A PaaiPHLCT, "flow KjObuUn Patents, with
names of actual ekrats ia; your btatx,coanty of
town, sent free. Auires, y
Oesv PaTcnr Officc. WaaH.aTOH, O. Q.
.-rti nru Pizrcni ret
Are Safe auU Always
Ke Liable t better thaaiUnay or Pennyroyal Pllli
aadtdleimllsrintidicinea. Vuexcelled for Irregular!
lios.Jka Bacceasfuity usedlu tboniandsof cssea. las
sure remedy .'-guaranteed, never falls. Prion ft. A -BbeqTjailedaategiiard.
Market; fct, Culcatro, 1U
Sen e-the Ufa
that is Gratia
a against Consump-
,.- Only net
! Put it off. and
jj,'-rt"w - nothing can save'
""- C. you. But, if tak-
- i '- en m vune. ait.
Fierce' Golden Medical Discovery will oar.
taialycure. t - -'
It must be dono through the blood and
the " Discovery " is the most potent blood,
cleanser, atrength-resiorer, and fiesfebuilder
that's known to medical scionce. The scrof
ulous affection of the langs that's called
Consumption, and every form of Scrofula
aad blood-t; ints, all yield to it For Weak
Lung, Spitting of Wood, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, and all severe, linjrering cough, it's an
unoqualed remedy. It's the only one that's
maranteea. If tt doesnt benefit or cure,
in every ccse, you have your money back.
Cah apytluts else, at any price, be really .
as cheap! .
You n&v onlr fr,r iWlnl
Something elffl, that pays the dealer bet-
M J J - " ; . . wvA '
hap i , for Aim, but it caut Be. for
THE OLD, OLD STORY.'
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Th Thrilling Romano of Younff
Qirl's Ioer Raia and BegTet.
TESTIFIES 15 COURT.
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i b Sudtli e4 re m
; Tlta ta
lTorld of m Canpromliil
v Urokan PromiM.
WisnrsoTOX March 17. -The newt
from NeV York that the marriage of
lolonel W.C- 1. Ureckinrtdge and Airs.
Lmi.y VliiPliad takeu place secretly
in that city 91a April SVth, last, accord
ing' to; thd nfarriafre certificate, three
month before file ' public ceremony,
wa Hpread about the court room where.
MI3S M1PKT.IXR POI-LAUn.
the hrcai-h 4f promise -ae was bring
' tried and created great interest. Coun
i sel, hbwjpver were unable to see what
bearing; this marriage could have on
I the cjisei for t.stimony has been givrn
' that hef engagement of Colonel llreck-
inridge snd-Miss Pollartl existed nearly
i a month, prior t- the dute of the secret
inarriaie os given in the certificate,
j which has juat been filed in New York.
I Irk. Julia C. lllackburn, the widow of
i Governor Luke ! lllackburn, of Ken
' tncky. who testified in the case on
Mnrch Vth, said that on Good Friday
night, fin 18UH. Colonel Breckin
r'dge hrpnght Miss Pollard to her
apartments at the Portland, in this
city.? j aiMl !preehtod her as his future
wife, asking Mrs. lllackburn to give
the young Woman her protection dur
ing the :etufasr?ni.rit. (!ood rYiday in
18tW came -on March 81, while the se
cret I marriage is recorded as having
tnkeh place April 29 of that year. Miss
' Iollrd; ttsM'-ed rn the witness stand
vesterda that 'tn one of the Inst days
I.f Aiifrtwt in IWi, CoL Hreckinridze
Lnd a ket her to marry him and she
Col. Jtreirkihridg wrstolJ bv a re
porter that' t'C wrtifcale of marriage
had Iverf fij -d with the bureau of vital
statistics and asked if he would say
somethHir iftlwut it- lie declined.
Maiimtfl I'ollard told the story of
. her i life lt a courtroom full of men.
She wns I on t":ic witness stand from
early nVfrrilntr until adjournment and
the tale she told was a romance. She
was; souHvhat theatrical, very plaii:
tive and cnfiding. and gave hor testi
mony wiihirtvhesitat;on. Her bright
ness, h erf 'keen wit anl her appreciation
of ercrtr (question, we; e particularly
n tU.,e btt'i For svich a sensational
c.ise herf trst!mony waa free fi-o.n vul
gar anil suggestive details.
Once whf n she wns asked to tell of a
ermrersation with Colonel llreckinridee
' aont l hrr coming confinement, she
burst put Jhalf wccpinglv, with a pro
tect eAint beinir made to sny such
things be.fore o many men. and the
qnoktioTf; vfas withdrawn.
Cold tf rift cannot depict the rising and
fallinir of pier pia'ntive voi: the tone
of her ti?rijnre little acknowledgement
j about herewrlv life, and the sharp and
i eonirteonsireplies to inqnlr'ea of the de
; fnilantsJattorney. Major Hulterworth.
. Khti proved the most interesting wit
: neca of the now noted trial, and every
i woi-d f he uttered was listened to with
She told how she hnd lived as a little
girl; how James llhodes, an uncouth
old mnrt, ihsd made a contract with her
to pay" for hir dncntion on condition
that she would pay him back or marry
him: hriw Colonel Hreekinridge came
into he life; how she pased for nine
yeria4 f a pure, innocent girl: of th
proptMial of marriage after the death of
Mrs. 'Breckinridge, and of what fol
lowed tie defendant's marriage to Mrs.
The last' question asked by Carlisle
was as to how long the. illicit relation
ship existed between Colonel IJreckin-
ndre and the plaintiff, and .Miss l ol-
lar.1 ' answered lourtlv and distinctly,
cmrhasiiintr everv svlable :
"I'Vora that night when he took me
toarah (Inest's. in 18S4. there never
was j any sngeestions of the discontin
uance pf that miserable sin, until
Colonel Breckinridge, with all his pro
testation and promises and vows of
affction. left, me on the 17th day of
May, 1393.' ,
Why Did nrrehtartds-o Harry Mrs. AVlae?
LoviSVtl.i.K, K.v., --March !7. Dr.
PretoniScott. brother of Col. Breckin
ridge's wife,r6fued to answer thc ques
tion if the statement was true that he
had compelled Breckinridire to marry
his sister immediately aftr the death
of j thef coloricl's first wife. 'His face
flushed! as he said that the matter only
concerned th member of the two
f , -
Da Vaitoa. Wh Ofll alod. BiHks
a . :
ton; in an Interview relative to the
Breckinridire-Wing marriage, said:
married Colonel Breckinridge and. Mrs.
Wing on April 29. 1893, in my study,
before two witnesses, of whom! Mrs,
Paxton was one." r ,
Hi :ii xi : --r
MISS POLLAR r - O NTI N U ES.
Oa th Staad AcauH lt.u. ay ere Cross-
i Kxassuaatla by tb slssias.
iWafHtwoTOX, Mnnh 19. Miss P--l-lard
tfKk the stand acain to rr "rd
the cross-examination begu: P.-it'a
and i confirmintr t' e story of her o e
and ruin. .She is st -ongty , pressed on
the testimonv of Mrs. Blackburn, aud
this now is e'e rty tl c def ns?'s strona
i bold."' Ihe disclosure made a to the
line of defense recalls the- many ques
' Uons. asked this lady that w ti consid
ered at the time wholly foreign to the
Ashors Kaat mt Fir I aland.
I si. A 5 D. N, Y.. March 19.
steamer La Bretag.ie is ashure two ve
cjille ea&t of Fire Island,
u 1 ! ' " ' "
SALISBURY. N C. THURSDAY MARCH, 22 1894.
NEWS IN THE SOUTH.
Matters of Oenoral Interest Bolow
the Mason and Dixon Belt.
RESUME OF THE WEEK'S E VESTS,
Ttapemlat f a Xy aad Week
ThtMth DUte State roUtlra,
Mtloa. Etcw. Chroalclvd 1
Interest aa4 Insirmvt.
Mobii.k, Ala., March At 8 o'clock
Jast.niffht gre broke oat in.Lienkaaf &.
Stranas' wholesale dry goods and no
tions, double front, four-htory building,
IS and 15 Water street, and spread rap
idly to 8. Lahn A Co., cigar manufac
turers, next north, and then burned
through to St. Franeis' street and de
stroyed the building and contents o(
the Mobile Vrug company and S. Ii id
good, books and stationary. -:v
j ' The buildings on Water and St Fran
cis streets opposite the fira were
schorched and considerably damaged.
The wind blew a gale from the south
east and at one time the fire spread so
fast that fear was entertained that a
exeat conflagration was impending.
The Battle howte is just went of the
locality of the fire and in the same
square, and everybody packed up and
The gale was follow d by an immense
fall of rain, which greatly aided the
firemen In overcoming the flam- s. The
loss is nut at S'!OU.OUO. perhaps more.
with insurance very nearly that
FROM CLARA BARTON.
Presldamt of the American Xstloual
Bed Cntsa aad llrr Work tn M. C.
Chaklestox, March 17.-The Newt
and Courier . publishes today a letter
from CI ra ltarton, president of the
American National KedCroas, touching
on her work in the sva island region oi
Kouth Carolina, which was devastated
by last August's cyclone. The letter ia
dated February 23d, and is addressed
"To Our Generous Frl. nds, the Public,"
"On the first day of October, ISitt, w
accepted the sacred trust of taking care
of the sea islands of South Carolina,
stormwrccked by the cyclone of Au
"From time to time we have issued
statements of the condition of the peo
ple and the progress of relief. January
1st we published our midfield report,
giving an accurate exposition of the
field, the statements therein contained
speaking for themselves.
"Depending uptau that unfailing
power that bringeth seedtime and har
ve t. we will, from this day, undertake
to carry the burdens of this relief on
our own shoulders using the funds al
ready entrusted to our care a far as
they will go, and our own funds after
that when necessary, and will ask our
fri.-nds to use the money and material
which they had intended for us on this
fiejd, to relieve distress and stiitring
in their own cities, towns and village 6.'
For Misappropriating Fluids.
IIrunswick, (ia., March 19. Yester
day two warrants were batted for the
arrest "of R. li. Everett, a prominent
land owner in this section. lie
is the founder of Everott, a
blooming young township ab -ut
twenty miles from llruusuick at
the junction of the East Ten
nessee and 1 lorida Central railroads.
The warrants were issued at tlie in
stance of agents of the East Tennes
see's receivers, and they charge Everett
with misappropriating funds of the
road oil different occasions at O'Brien
and Everett City stations.
T Contest Isler's Seat.
Chari.estox, S. C, MnrchJ 19. Dr. J.
William Stokes, the populist who was
beaten for congress from this district
by Judge. J. F. lzlcr at the election on
Tuesday last, is in the city with John
Gary Evans, the candidate for gover
nor. They seem to be here for the
purpose of getting up a contest for
Judge Izler's seat. They claim that
the ballot boxes wertTstuffed. - '
John T. Ford Burled.
Baxtimose, March 19.-The funeral
of the late John T- Ford took place
yesterday. The Kev. Joseph T. Smith,
pastor emeritus, of the Central Pres
byterian church, coaducted the relig
ious services, assisted by the Hev. Her-
rt nichard.-on. The interment was
. private, only the most intimate friends
of the family accompanying the sad
cortege to the vrave in Ioudon park.
- Uyna natters la Korih Carolina.
Winston, N. C, March 19. The dyna
miter has appeared in this vicinity. An
attempt was made to blow up a house
of ill-repute situated near the dividing
line bet ween Winston and Salem, south
of the Norfolk and Western depot The
inmates were not injured by the ex
plosion, but the house was partially
Tracsdy la iUabsvma.
Camdkx, March J9. Last night Ed.
Mercy shot and instantly killed Bill
Hayes near Snow Hill depot Mercy
ielaiins .that Hayes enticed
his wife to
tiSare him and defied him
tln." . .
to resent it
- - rjnwjeaiaieiy aiiercomnmu"K uwu,
frftr tmv himself tin to the law and
jv? , fl
lapallt.'s la CoatToattota.
Orpoos Cur, Ore. March 19. The
populists met in convention yesterday
and nominated Nathan I'ierce for gov
ernor and adopted tie Omaha platform
with a number of planks covering local
issues. Pierce was the successful pop
Taliat candidate on the electoral ticket
May Lyuch the Xsrdsrt r.
Coi.rMRix. S. C. Mareh 19.-McLeod,
the negro who is supposed to have led
the gang that brutally murdered Post
master Oayden at Wedgefield, was cap
tured at Wagener's Friday evening.
The air is f ull of lynching rumors.
South Csrollaa Keforsarra.
Colcmbia. 8. CL. M rch IU.-There
are indications that the race for the le
form gubernatorial nomination will
shortly narrow down to between
ComptroUer lieneral Ellerbe and Sena
tor John Gary Evans,
- QHIIdrcn Cry for Pitcher's Castoria'
- ' I Jll III , i-
tswa f lbs tt m V-sdraasd
. In less than three dayf three erf At
'anta'a business nun have committal
During the Chilean elections the
tate of iege will be aaspended, except
at Santiago. ,
The tvomen's vote in Colorado thb
year makes politic in that state verv
Lait week in Wall street was the
best in a year, there being- an old-time
revival of trading.
Sam A. Risley, ex-posta ter at West
Plains Mo., commit! -suicide at
BpringSeld, Mo. '-'nk-'-ci-
Manuel Gareia, the baadlfr Kins- of
4'ever-fithf ul Isle
In the opening game of the billiard
tourney at l!oston. Sloskuo defeated
Schaefer 6X to 247. ! -.
-Texf persona were kiUcd daring- the
storm in Germany by factory ichimneys
wciug uwwuuuwu, j ; . ,. .
Several citizens of Baltimore are or
ganizing tite Common wealth having
bank in that city. :
'1 he Virginia legislature adopted re
solutions of regret at the death of Gen
eral Jnbal A. Early.
Another cave-in at the Gaylord mine
destroyed the fruit of three day' labor
by the rescuing party.
Bonllla's troops are said to be shoot
ing1 even .vomen and children who sym
pathise with Vasquez. .
The Tennessee breeders' sale of 500
fine horses in Nashville, Is on, and con
tinues tlie wlo?e wt e-c.
Two burglars were driven out of a
house iu St Louis by two gilU. One
burglar was shot
The tobacco monopoly in the Repub
lic of Columbia, S. A., has Created
The governor of Virginia has been
notified that oyster pirates made a de
scent upon James river.
Dr. Robert Wickham, charged with
murder, has been re.eahcd in Chicago,
but will be re-arrested. f
Every coal mine in Georges creek rr
gion, Maryland, will re&uiuo opcrution.
within the next ten days.
Rio Janeiro advicce suyl that Presi
dent P ixoto has prolonged the state
siege unt'l the firs of May.!
The Citizens' Investment company
has Ween organized at Jacksonville,
Fla:, with ?5.ojO capital.
D. A. Sullivan has withdrawn from
the dtinocratic conirressi.Hml race of
the find. Scuth Carolina distrnt.
I he h ive Per Cent association at Co
lumbia, S. C, is planning to organize
auotner bank in that city.
Tlie Mclitla i incident will cost Mo
rocco 84,000,000 if the sultan pays Spain
tne indemnity he promises.
Ex-I're idenlJ Harrison delivered the
fir.-t of his lvtiires brfore the Siauforu
university, in Menlo Park, Cul.
Joseph N. Wirley, of Elberton. a&
nounoes himself as a candidate for the
next genci-ul asseinbiy of Georgia
William Culpepper, white, was killed
by a pardoned negro convict at 1'el-
hani, iiu. Jealousy is alleged as the
Moore Baker disposed of the relics of
tne tjuatlrup.e tragedy in his house at
rranulin Park, J.. and they are to
be exhibited. j
Colonel William C. Oates. candiiht f
for governor of Alabama.! will addr i
the citizens of Tuskegec and tne count;
ou March -i3d.
The granite quarries at Mount Airy
N. (.'., are now engaged in tilling heavy
oruer irom tmcmuati, anu.200 men
are employed. '
The Nashville Cot'on Mill company
made an assignment yesterday for the
benefit of its creditors, whose claim'
J. K. Sovereignr grand master work
man of the Knights of Labor delivered
an address iu Binningha u Saturday
niht to 50O laboring men.
Eev. WV P. Rntliffe, charged in Mis
slssippi with murder and manslaughter
has entered a plea of self defence in
the Jackson Hatliffc tragedy.
The chrar manufacturers of Ocala.
Flu., rassed resolutions arainst the
changes made by the senate committee
in the tobacco schedules of the V tLson
ITie First National bank of Wa lcs
boro (N. C. ) au.l the Bank of Anon. n
Ktatc institution, have In-en consoli
dated as the National Hank of Wa ie--boro.
A prominent sporting man from one
of the large northern cituU is authority
for the statement that 4 new athletic
orgauizatiou U to be formed iu New
Perhaps the largest gn the rintf of rail
way men. as well as one; of the most
important of tlie yer, is that to take
place at Lskeworth. h ia., on the VOth
Lewis Guild, the l.?-y earmold 6n of
Mra I. E. (uild. who resides at 60s
Front street, Columbus Ga., acciden
tally shot and killed himself Saturday
A special election will be hld In the
first congressional district of South
Carolina tomo.F-w to fill vacancy
caused bv ex-Coiigressmdu Bra w ley s
Philadelphia cricketers are beinjr
criticised for failing to send a team to
England after "all' arrangements hud
ben completed for the trip and the
The wife of Charles Walter Stetson,
of lYovitience, R. li. sued for a divorce
in California bocajuse.it ; is said, sh-j
war'r. neri nusoan to marrjr
iort Chanoin. i j
J udge rtullips. of the j Kansas City
United States circuit court, has. decided
that the Joseph Smith crowd are enti
tled to the historic Mormon temple lot
at Independence, Mo. i ;
After eigh cen yeai of unlimited
pov.er in the second consTcssional dis
trict in Tcnnessei, the Houk got their
Waterloo Saturday in tho primary
. lection for the j nomination for con
gress. John llouk. the present mem
ber, was defeated j by 1,700 majority.
Th Ituisiana state board of liqui
dation met at Baton Kouge and adopted
resolution to purchase and retire
"4OO.0OO of consolidated and constitu
tional bonds of this state of Louisiana
after thirty days advertisement the
board reserving the right to reiecv any
and all bi Is as authorized by law.
In their presentments to tb Unit d
Ftates court at Mac m. Georgia, tl e
rrand jury recommended that the.e
should be a governjmcnt prison in ti.e
out hern states, knd swtfifted ti e
-ovtrrnmcnt property near Aiigu-HVa,
;eorrla. as a sui:al'.e sit--.
lo lJ c-.
rurn'tit pris .ncfu!;i-
lied to Coluuibu. Ohio.
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Highest of all in Leavcninrr Power.
THE BRAZILIAN WAR.
Insarasnt Tssnsis Hurresd r to the G overs
meat DaUaaia lerta.
Rio tx Janeiro. March IS. "lorin.t a
j Pelxoto Is triunapbain.
I nti.. incnriranf vac.1. .
dered without having answered with a
aiuiw snot me eannonaae xrout tne
government hill top batteries.
i ne report that Admiral I)a(2amahad
fled, was confirmed this morning. He
kought safety on the French cruiser
The American officers of the govern
tnent war ships came ashore yesterday
afternoon. 1 hey report that the crew
of the vessels are well, and delighted
that they won without a fight
rxcepting the officers, nobody aboard
Peixotos men of war. seems to have
been eager for battle. In comiui un
the harbor this morning, the govern
ment fleet saluted the United States
flag and Bear Admiral Benham. The
United Sta es fleet will disperse soon.
The men aboard the American war
ships are in excellent health. The end
of insurgent power In the harbor, has
been welcomed with oy in the city.
Exchange has improved 5 per cent.
Business is as usual. Not a symptom
of disorder has appeared in the city.
The people are preparing to celebrate
the collapse of the insurrection.
The Aquidaban and Republics, which
constitute about all that is left of the
Insurgent cause, are reported to be in
south Brazilian waters. Both are said
to be disabled.
Admiral Mello has just been seen on
the streets of Montevideo, lie has de
serted his followers, as Admiral Da
Gams deserted his officers and men on
the harbor fleet
The insurgent sailors here will be
pardoned: the officers will be court
After the M ar la Over.
Eio de Janeiro, March 16. The
Americans who helped man the gov
ernment war ships have been paid off.
They will leave the city on the first
ship sailing from this port for New
-The French war ship Magan. on
which Admiral DaGama sought refuge
just prior to the surrender of the in
surgent fleet, cruised off the coast for a
short time and then returned to port
The United States war ships will sail
Notlcc:il.lo Acttv.tytn Mntters of Tub is
Bat: T.-.roUE, ; .---March IB. The Manu
factur rs" Record, in its weekly sum
mary of the business conditions of the
south, says: One of the noticeable feat
ures of the buainesu interests of the
south is the unusually large number of
capitalists and home seekers who are
now investigating the resources and
attractions of this section, and is being
followed b some large sales of prop
erty and extensive colonization pro
jects. Many reports to the Manufac
turers' Record complain of the iuji.ry
to business by the tariff, agita
tion and in some industries there
is much uncertainty as to the future
on this account, but. on the whole, the
south shows a gradual improvement,
with more disposition to take up new
enterprises. There is considerable ac
tivity in ) ublic improvement matters,
including waterworks electric light
works and sewerage systems, and re
ports for the week show such enter
prises for one town in Maryland, one
in Arkansas, three in Florida, one? in
Louisiana, one in Missouri, oue in Ten
nessee, seven in Texas, two in Virginia
and in Kentucky.
Among the important industrial er
terprise.t reported for the week area
$500,000 lumber company in Maryland,
a $100,000 lumber company in West
Virginia, a saw mill of 00,000 feet daily
cap'acity in Georgia, several planinf
mills in oher states, a shoe factory in
Virginia, three tobacco factories in
North Carolina, a furniture factory in
Norfolk, a 250 ton ice factory in Dallas,
an ice factory in North Carolina, fire
brick works in Alabama, flour mills, a
Eaper mill, a soap factory aud a num
er of other enterprises in different
Notwithstanding the general depres
sion in railroad matters, several rail
road projects, some of considerable
importance, are taking shape for ac
tive constructive work. Th total pro
duction of coal in the souths in IStto,
27.700.000 tons against 24.000,000 iu
1893 and 15.200,000 tons in 1SS7.
Tbs Mild, print-ti!s Wra'her StJmnlatea
New York. March 17. - Bradstreets,
in their review of trade, says: The
unusual prolongation of mild, spring
like weather during the early portion
of March has greatly stimulated the
consumptive demand in almost all the
staple lines. Chicisgo reports a con
tinuance of last week's very favorable
statement regarding trade, this week
having been the best thus far in the
season, with many buyers in the city,
and some dry goods houses working at
night to keep up with orders.
The most striking evidence of im
provement south is from Augusta,
where alL mills are running on full
time and the demand for cotton goods
has increased, although improred crop
prosoects in Texas tributary to Dallas,
'together with increased immigration,
hare stimulated sales as compared with
February. Nearly all of the larger
western cities give evidence of an im
proved feeling in business circles,
specifying ore encouraging prospects.
Decorating; the Graves of ths Dead.
ltF.iti.iN. March 19. The usual March
celebration in honor of the men, who
fell in the revolution of 194 was held
here yesterday. The weather was
bright and cold and thousands went to
the Fricdricbshain cemetery to d co-j-ate
the graves of the dead.
Blanv Peron are fcrciet.
avwes from overwork or household cares.
YZln bittern Rebuild, the
SllLre. exceaf K hue
has double the cir
culation of anv
a Lii . i ,J
ouier woeKiy, ptu
lished in the city.
iMi rs Hotel
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Atlanta's St. l'atrtk'. tay. "
Atlanta, March 12. Next Saturday J
is St Patrick's day. And in Atlanta it
will be more generally and completely
observed than it ever lia in the historv
of the city. Every ULshmati in AW ,
lanta is now working; $ mukcrthc day u
one of the most delightful 4n the hi-" r '
tory of the many celebrations of he "
patron saint SeyerujT meetings, of the
leadtug and most powerful Irish organ
izations in the city hnve already been
held at which the coming dnv was dis
cussed and arranged for. Some of the
organizations have gone. so .far as to
arrange details of the day and map out
the line of individual homage to the "
event in the history of the world.
Curtis Confessed Years Atv
Nr.w Youk, March ; 1'?. A special to
The Herald from San IVauciscp s&ys:
Chief of Pdlice Crow ley and Detective
Lees last night made public', a state
ment made to them by Henry I. Haw
alsky, attorney for Actor M. B. Curtis
in his trial for the murder of Policeman
Grant on the morning of September 11.
loWl, in which they say that Curtis
confessed the crime to liis lawyer im
media ely after his arrest ..
To Bo Reuiovrd.t r Cleveland.
C&KVEi.Axn, O'., Ma,rch 12. -. Congress-,
man Tom L. Johnson, ownor of the
Johnstown steel works, of Johnstown.
Pa. r authorized the announcement that
these tns in moth works will he it moved
to Cleveland as arvedfly as arrange
ments can be cone uded..- The company
will erect a 33,000, l)0 plant in this city.
Three thousand rr n will be employed.
1'rlxe Ftjrhter Gets Fta rl cen Years.
Peoria, 111., 'March 12. In the cir
cuitcourt Saturday Charles Wicker,
heavy-weight pu ilist. "who. on Decem
ber l."th brutallj' bjatJohn Behrends,
crippling hiin for life, was found guilty
of assault with intent to kill and sen
tenced to foui teen years in the peni
tentiary. . .
Jollna Caeaar Iturrowa in Atliinta. '
Atlanta, larch I?. Julius Caesar
Burrows, of Michigan, next to Tom
Reed, the leader of the republican side
of the house, arrived iu the citytoday
enroutc to I'lorida, , whero he goes to
deliver a lecture at the chautauqua.
Strike or Weavers In the Mi rritnaek Mills,
lowELi., Mass., Mareh 12. -t-The spin
ners and weavers in ; tlie .Merrimack
woolen mills struck todaj- for the old
rlM f WJiirtW
DOES THEM GOOD.
rromlw of Tariff Reform Starts
j According1 to the Textile World of
j Boston, 172 new mills for the inanu
j picture of textile goods were erected
i in this country last ear, " -
j These mills were projected after the
: election of the prase nt tariff eefortn
conjrres, an.l most of them a Site r the
Inauguration of President Cleveland.
Twenty-seven of tle 1ifty-tvo cotton
mills erected are in the south. Nprth
Carolina leading w!th, fourteen. The
total for New England is fifteen, ail
but two of them being in Massachu
setts. Nearly all o?, the Sity-three new
knitting mills abo use cotton. -Most
of thera are in the middle states, the
south and west havinr. however,
fifteen between them. .There were six
cotton batting mills put up. only one
less ithan in 1S9
Tjie profits of the woolen manufact
urers were cut down some, but they
were sufficiently large to justify the
opening of hirty-three new woolen
mills. They are scattered pretty well
over the country,, every section being"
About half as nitny silk as woolen
mills were -established, 'New Jersey and
Pennsylvania manufacturers putting
up1 ten of them.
It is too early yei to, tell how many
mills will be erected this year, but a
good start has already1 been made, a td
particularly in the jsouth. The prodnc
tibn of textile good is. however, in
creased, hot so much by the establish
ment of new mills as It is by the en
largement of those! already established.
The capacity of fully half of the coUon
mills in the south h'-s recently lean or
is now being increased. St Louis Re
public - j
Reed has i cen m ining a -cam-speech
in Philadelphia fur the
benefit of Galusha A. Grovv's candi
dature for congress. i The burden of
his complaint against the present con
dition of things iu Washington is that
the southern democrats are in comni itid
of the party. It can scarcely have
escaped Mr. Heed's observation in con
gress vthat the west instead of the
south, is controlling legislation at
prent and that it has required agod
deal of generalship on the part of the
democratic leaders to restrain the e
trorae radicalism of the westerm mem
bers on economic subjects. With wheat
selling under sixty x cents a bushel the
revolution that is g'oig. on in the west
is not likely to ,die out Mr. Reed
ought to know )thls, and we rather
think he does. Bpston Herald. -
When Baby waa sick,: we pave her CSajorTa.
Wbcn she waa s Chilli, alio Cried for C.sUria.
When she became 3IiR, she crtmrr V CastiirU.
Whea she bad ChiVrpa, sue tvo taeia Csaturi.
fpCir weskneaa,j Malaria, Indigestloo an
Uiliesnieas. Inke ! '. mVM
uHtiwN mow Binrejou.
V cntM qnieklv. For aale by sll dsleral
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