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WILSON, WILSON COUNTY, N. C, JULY 12, 1894.
vet or Dry,
flakes no difference to
arc like the celebrated 'pos
sum trap that would, catch the
varments "comin' or a vine."
P.elno- always as bright and as
Iresh as a Julv morning our
stock is ever rich in
and abundant in
To buv without seeing our
: H'k is to deplete your purse
w ithout consulting your judg
ment. That, in times like
tliese, is almost criminal.
Sl .K THKSE
.MID-SI .MM Eli
Uuderbay and Undersell
is our motto.
Tin1 Cash Racket Stores
J. M. LEATH,
l-ROr ES3I0KAL CARDS.
Surveyor aai Civil Engineer.
W ILSON, - - N. C.
.i ' .uV expi ricnee. Office next to
Dr. Albert Anderson.
.1:.-. i - Ui.. ..!.,!!. W. II. V:il lunou-h. Jr.
U'uoDAKl) cc YARliOROUGII,
A Hi irticvs-atd .;iv,
V;i , -x. "- - N. C.
Will t'n .; in tlie courts of Wilson,
N !.:, iivcn, Kilgecoinbe ;ui(l adjein-
. !'. - Ans.m dated in Civil practice
! k. I XZKJ.L,
Attorney at Law,
1LS )X, - - N. C.
I ' i . n 1 1 1 i -s wherever services are re
; .M il ; . All business vvi!! receive
'II. re ill Well's Building.
l ;. co.wok,
A '. nii y at Law,
WILSON", - - N. ('.
' ' hi . Branch i: ("o's. Bank Buildm".
Cl-O. M. LINDSAY,
Uorney at Law,
SNOW HILL, N. C.
i! rn : Wilson. Ciiccn Wayne
ii'l loinistuii Counties.
1 on me, at the office of W. K. War
es: Co., ot r First National II. ink.
ny II. C.. WHITKHKAI).
Wood & Shingles.
li;.e, Cj ifS.s Ki.eg'k s on hand at
!'l : v. ill .-.e!l cheap.
SAW Ki) WOOD,
' a km.! and ran he furnished
I i.oii.-e. Yard on Railroad,
" "M sik: of Nash Street.
C. N. NURNKV.
- 'iiWl PUIS
" 1 ' 1 I i 'd'II, prifeand 10-
" "'li- s. i:ily by
"v.d.d. Ir;ie-i,t and Sole Agent
A I'll I H A It V KI.KfTIOX.
, A lriKiiii to ( I,;, ,,,. our syhleiii of
Nimiiii.il in- :uili(lal..s. A SI. p in
tlm Kijjlit 1 . !
J I he Democratic executive com
j mittee of New I lanovcr county will
meet at 12 o'clock to-morrow at the
court house to fix a date for holding
the ward and precinct meetings for
. the purpose of electing delegates to
the county convention which in turn
j will nominate county officers and
, delegates to the Senatorial and Con-
J Heretofore delegates to a county
j convention have been selected in
; mass meetings in the wards and pre
; nnrts, and the convention has nom
inated the ticket to be voted for at
the subsequent general election. The
Messenger has more than once ad
vocated a change from the conven
tion system to the primary election
plan that prevails in many States. In
Virginia and South Carolina the
Demon ats have held primary elec
tions for years, and in our sister
Carolina they have been so satisfac
tory in expressing the will of the par
ty that they have not only been made
use of in nominating candidates for
all county offices but for nominating
a Governor, Congressmen, and
United States Senators.
In North Carolina, there are some
counties that have primary elections
and the party is so highly . pleased
with the results that they would not
think of going back to the old con
vention plan. When a primary elec
tion is held, any Democrat who com
plies with the conditions can an
nounce himself, or his friends can an
nounce him, and the members of the
party simply go to the polls and ex
press their will. A primary election
puts the matter in the hands of the
people, and it does away with the
"cut and dried" racket usually
played in the primary meetings and
Everybody is aware that there are
serious differences in the party here,
and in order to give the people a
chance to say for themselves who
their candidates shall be, it will be
recommended to the txecutive com
mittee that the primary election plan
be adopttd. We understand that
p.nt of the committee favor the plan
and that it is probable that the whole
committee will approve of it.
The idea is not to elect delegates
to the county convention but to do
away entirely with both the so called
primary meetings a convention, and
instead to open polls for one day so
Democrats can turn out and express
their own will by their votes. The
nominations thus made will be direct
Irom the people, and will be fur to
all who would like to test their popu
larity at the polls with the people.
It is claimed that the primaries as
formerly held never expressed the
real sentiments of the voters, but on
the contrary were only assembled to
ratify the action of a very tew who
had the pull over the wauls or town
ships. We repeat that a primary election
is the thing the party wants, and
among the reasons to be urged it will
give those who are summering at the
seaside an opportunity to also take a
hand in the voting, whereas when
they leave town at night they cannot
attend the old plan primary meet
ings. Let the committee think well over
this matter. Wilmington Messenger.
"Ili.-ir N:i1ti Ik l.i-ioll.
iveauer, mere are many dioou t
There is but one Hood's Saisa
parill.i. Do not allow high-sounding adver
tisements or other devices to turn
you from your purpose to take
I lood's Sarsaparilla, because in this
purpose you are right and will not be
disappointed in the result.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is an honest
medicine, honestly advertised, effect
honest cures, and gives every patron
a fair equivalent for his money. What
more can you reasonably ask ?
A lair. trial guarantees a complete
Cell in:; 1 lirre ly Hirers.
Little Hoy "Lapa, won't you get
me a nice round stick to roll hoop
Papa "Of course."
"And won't you buy n:e a hoop to
"That w ill be lovely. Then you (
will have to buy me a bicycle so that
I can keip up w ith the hoop." Goexl ,
Vou llou't need to continue dosing
with Simmons Liver Regulator. A
dose a day.
HE WEEK 111 CONGRESS
Polities and Pensions to Hold
Carnival in tho Scaato.
CTLLOjI will lead the charges.
In t lie iJoure Is Tucbrr'd Jo'.nt lU'solulloo j
l'loposiii an Ai:.iul:iu'iit t Iho j
(.(institution Providing for Ohj
LliccMoii of Senator J. !
AVAPi!ixri-iN July II. It wd ? tlie in-1
tentioa of thu dcnuHtratic sid ring com- '
mittee of the senate to huve held a.
meeting' Friday afternoon after
jonrnment to consider the order of
mess that should be wrsued now that
ine tantr lull is out of the way. In
the hurry of senators to gvt away for
few days to the seashore or r.ome other
urea in injr piace wneve cooler weatner
can lie obtained, the plan failed and no
arrreiMiient as to what shall be done h"s
been reaeheil. I
1 1 is generally v.ndeivtood, however, I
that a ppropriation bills will be called j
upr.iici .nr. .oei;reii na j neen Dusy ';el
tinur as many in shape as possible so
that the work can be occupied in thei,'
discussion. Sub-coifimittee:; were at
work on July 4th and every day during
the week. The legislative bill will lie re
ported today. There will then only it
main beides the district of Columbia
mil me sundry civil and the Indian and
(.eticiency bills to be reported. The
jvn.sion bill will be called up today and
it is likely that a number of political
speeches will be made on this bill, .Mv.
C'ulloin start iiiff the ball to rolling.
Tlie t'hinosio Treaty.
Mr. )lcr;':in, chairman of tho com
mittee 011 foreign relation:!, will en
deavor to have the afternoon of today
or tomorrow set apart for the consider
ation of the Chinese treaty which has
been pending in the senate for the past
three months and which was laid aside
to make way forlhennrestrictedeonsid
ation of the tariff bill. It is probable,
owinf to the opposition from the sena
tors on the Paei tic coast, that the dis
cussion of this question may consume
more than one day.
The finance committee will not take
any action on tlie many bills that have
been referred to it, but its Whole time
will be devoted to the consideration of
lw. ...:4V s rri... js.. .4.
.. ... . Mi. iii!
meetinir of the conferees will be -held i
thii morning1 at 10 o'clock in tlie room;
niu tai 111 in Luiucivm'f. i livj lu NL :
of the committee on Una nee of the sen
ate. There is a desire, coupled with a
onwiig uupc. uu uic pmi, ui uic ueiuo- :
era tic managers that the pjints upon
which the tvvo houses disagree may be
settled speedily and the bill be sent to
the president for his signature before
hay that this is impossible.
Ills! riot Day in the Iloimr,
Under the rules of the house, the se- j
con.t ana iourtu Jionaay 01 every
month are devoted to the interests of!
iae insti act oi eoiumma, aim as tne ms-
trict has lost its day twice recently, ow
ing to unexpected adjournments, ( liair-
uiit 11 luuiti 11 iii uuuiiiv.i-1 iii.-?il l 1 in l i
ir......,i ...;n a..!.!..! ... i,..i 1
I... ...t,.flT, ........ th t ,n .., 1. 1... 1 .
tion of measures reported from his com
A meeting of the committee oa ra.es
ts expecteil to be hottl tins atternoon or
tomorrow morning, at which an order'
of business for the rest of the week will !
doubtless be Mr. Tucker's joint resolu
tion proposing1 an amendment to tlie
constitution providing for the cmetion '
of Senators by a direct vote of the peo- j
r,li t A 1ia ctntvi Jsev,rnl ntlioi- litllu t
will jrohably be included within the I
order, but it is uncertain what they are.
Strong' pressure is being brought to
bear for an early consideration of the
bill to amend the interstate commerce
act so as to permit pooling arrange
ment.;; to be made by the railroads tin- j
der regulations to be approved by the
commission and it stands a fair show of .
getting a place. j
The Morning Hour" On.
The return to the consideration of
measures called up by committees in ;
what is known as ""the morning hour,'"
tends to greatly facilitate tlie disposal
of bills in the house. . Several rather ;
important measures were thus passed
last week and the number will be
increased this week. The selection eif
bills thus favored are generally made
by the chairman, except in casc where
tlie committee has previously instruct
ed him to act. and it is practically im
possible to forecast them.
THE VON KOTZE SLANDER.
An Alleged OiTerto Cunfi us Aut Imrnlitp fur
Iti'.iu.ix, July '.). The Klcine Journal
says that an unknown person addressed
a letter to the wife of Chamberlain Von
Kotzc. offering te give her the name of
the author of the slanderous letters
which her husband was accused ot5
writting. in consideration of the pay
ment of 100,00(1 marks.
TARIFF BILL PASSED.
Ily a majority of l-'lve the Measurw lorn
.nraB me Ben. ,
Washington-. July 5. Tlie tariir bill
passed by five majority, the vote was
at) to 34. Senators Allen and Kyle
voted yea. Senator Hill voted no, Sena-
tors lYfier and Stewart, populists, voted
no. The Semate adjourned until Fri-
rUUK I HUUSANU I UHMtU UU I.
8!iipyarlH Close Down on Account of tlie
Strike of the Moulders.
IlAKTi.Erooi., Jul- t). Irving's ship- '
yards and those of Sir W. Cray at this
place Have closed down owing to tlie
1 ., , , . :1 ,
strike ot the moulders. Four thousand
. . , . . . . .
workmen are thus thrown out of em
ployment. It is expected that other
yards will also be forced to close.
S-r ITTKnsm-.m. JU- 7.-It is nn. 1
1 I. f ........ II, -a f'n... in.. SIu..l..
. . ...
nouncedjhat the marriage of the Czar- '
.. ... ... , ir
owitz to the Princess Alix of Hesse will
take place in January. The czar and
czarina will start for tho l'-altic on a
yachting trip next week. " .
Chicago Ili-cr Jiuk-ri 1osp Down
Cuicago, 111.. July 5. Almost
brewery in Chicago have stopped mak-
in-beer on account of the big strike. ;
All IVrr.oan Warned AruIii to Slay Awnj
From IUolous Kcencs.
VASUi:"fiTox, July u. Aia laxe nour
last night President Cleveland issued
the following proclamation:
Whereas, by reason of unlawful ob-
structions. combinations and assem
blages of persons, it has become im- T IS NOT what wc say but what
practicable in the judgment of the Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the
president, to enforce, by the ordinary story of its merit. When in need of med
cour of judicial proceeding, the laws . remember FOOD'S CU RES
- vriiWj .ttM within the state
the fait ht'el execution, of th;? lawjoft
the Ui He.! Stat-,. and protecting iU
iniipt'il!'.:i : 1 1 -mov :a-r obstruction:; to
t.,,r:.,.Kl., , . . , i
11. v i n.i' .1 r.ii . i m iae state and ;
city a fores.:? !. tlu wslVat hzs cm- i
plo;v.la par! of the military fosvus of j
I lie Li lite; 1 Snit-.w, ,
..Nov.. the.vfo.v. I, Gre.ver v'levelciul,
lresidiv:t of the L'iiite.l Slute;, da
lieivhy a'u-..:ii.-hll ;;.,o:l c;!i;v:;s?nd
:ill pcrs::i? vvlio u::.y I e wiilmi tli.; eity
uml statu afe.nvsii.l i:r'-aiii.-t aMimr.
coiuiteiKiiicin"-. ein-o .niyinrr or takiii"
any part in ;nch uala wr.il ohstractiors',
combinations and a.'.semlilajro.s; iuid I
hereby warn all per;;o!i 'eaj.rd, or in
cny wcy conueetod with s-.u-!i unlawful
obstruetiov.s, et.mbinutioiis aiid-a.,sem-
1'ki-es to disperse and retire peaceably!
ilaj,es to (li:;per.se and retire ne;ieeaMv ;
f 10 tneir res;ctive iilmden on or before
i 12 o'elodc no-.ui on the ili day of July,
'lllllXti f hill ivmlv -Mil f..i. r,,, .,.,.1
persist m kiki:; pan wan a riotous
mob in foreil'ly re:.i .iir.- aa i ohslrr.et-
; in? th
ieexicimon or the laws ot the
United States, or interferino; wiih the.
functions 01 the jrov eminent, or des-;
trovin;," or attempi infr to (I.s;troy the!
jiroperiy b; lor.-ii:;;- to the United St;:1cs ',
or under it ; protection. cnr.?vt. hvt re-:
rardcii otherwise than as p.ublie eriei:i
Troops eiiij-'.oyi-d sie-ainst s.ich a rioai
onsmob will aet with all the modera
tion and forbearance consistent with
the accomplishment of theder.lre.l cads.
! but the stei a neeessiiies that confront
mem win no,, v.itu certainty permit
diserimat ion bet wee a .rulliy p.n ti.-ip w.l s
j and those who are i.ii:; vieil whli thei.i
! from curiosity and wil h criminal intent,
iuosc r.oi aeinauy u nia v; a tiy p;
patiiifj is to abide at, their horn
least not to in round in the r.e'Tiibor
Lijod of riotous assemblies.
While there will be m hesii at 10:1 ci
vacil!.iti..:i in the !ieUv.t tivitment -i
the ysiilty, this varnin;f i; especially
intended, to pi-oteet and "save the i:rn,i
cent. In testimony whereof L have
OI Illinois. l-v-wi-;.! vviilim -.
liereunto set my n ovl and caused the torch was not, applied to t hose,
seal of the 1'nHed Si.ttes to be here, to s.: :i-i tlie T-:c-raih o.Hcr.
atlixed hereto in tile city'of Washin-rto.i , An unprecedented proceeding" in
tnis Sth day of Jeiy hi the ye,:r of ov;r strike tactics was the attack on the tel
Lord, One Tln'msand Ei;rht llumlrod ' ejrntpli olhce. Tlie inoli became pos
and Ninety-Uonr, and of tlie independ-, f.essed wit the idea th:;". teh-rann were
ence ot me l inted Mates of An
me one niinoreu an I eijfnleenlii.
w" (1 rover Cievc'cnd
j. -r-i ntiTip f..,,.,,.,. , , . -
' ' ' - O 1 lJ V 1 V I Ot"i .
The l.ranr in its I.a,t Days, bat Yi'cll'i
Team ria.vn V;;li Inirii-e-.-d Zc;il.
u;s. Jem., Julv '.(. The last
pvot es.sioi 1 rail ;;:'.i:ie to be ph'.ved in
this j-etir and probably f , r
many ycio-s to come wu, that of yestci
day afteraoo:t. when Atlanta defeated
-Memphis by , of eleven to three.
1 and Mason were the orrnos-
I iny pitcher.;. The Memphis team" was
I a patclied up affair, several of the best
phtyers having left the city and some oi
those w ho were en the held Lad be; a
toyinff with the Uowinrr howl so assil-
uously that t liey were in n . shane fci
playing at all. Tlie Ailanta tenia play
ed ball iut like the lem.-ue w:is in i-. s '
dtiys. It appears, how
ever that they are far fri'in being n iler.d
team and Atlanta will ee a series oJ '
hard games, beginning today. j
"'You can sav for me.'' said .Tn'-o !
Wells, "That i will be o:i the vtlai.'a
diamond tomorrow. ' I
"Pnit will ew (n .v-.., ...
"Yes, I have
a cispatch from t'n.ii
me to be sure to bo in
NOT ON IN BALTIMORE.
Tlie OilicrrM of t',ir T.o. ui i;:i:livay L'::;;3 i
l)is :ir I DcIjs' Commune!:!. j
r.AiriMoia-:, July !). The threatene-d t
strik-e in this locality as a result of 1
l'nllman lnjycott has not been ordered j
as yet, mainly because James Kassell. 1
the secretary of the American railway j
union here, would net follow President!
Debs instructions, llusscll received a '
telegram Saturday night from Debs
ordering their men to stop work, with
a view to crippling the eastern divl-1
sions of the J'aitimore and hioand
Pennsylvania railroad syxie n. but Uu:.- ;
sell said the organization was tat
strong enough in these parts to warrant i
the promulgation of such a:i order un- !
less they were to be snooorled bvthci
other labiir orga ni..: , io.; t:f this h. .
HAIL IN DHIFTS SIX .'-"ilET DEEP.
Mjikcs Away Willi Tivvnty in-hlui--..
Hot Sim:in;s. S. i., .July '.i.-IThert
was a heavy hail storm and cloudburst
3cs c,o. ,..... ,.. ,, coy. j wemy
l.ra ges vv.M-e vvashe.fcaway , i
Missouri and lllkliora were carried
away by the w;ter. and no train.:; ;: i
last night. The hail piled up in dri fls
.six feet deep along the banks of Tall
Jt.iil-.vnv .Hon CoOut at Nalivitl. .
Xasiivii.i.k, July 7. At (:::() last even-
ing 155 switchmen of tha L. & N. and
i. e. .-si. im:s r;:iir:(i ivctit on a '
.strike. Only members of the A. It. U. !
arc out. 'trains came i a as usual la;t
night, and while ofm-hds of the ro:,d
have had to do the switching, so far'
there has been no diiiietdty. Hmimss
in tho yards is disorganized and de-
oui.ii.-r. v win, .:;i;rii:i.i c in iaiaoni:a. !
Saci:ami-:nto. Cal.. Jalv '.). The court,
martial of the mongers of the third
reo-hnentmntir.;...! H. ... !
on tne Uh lias be-
imn. All but s
ren rdeude i er.iltv. of-
- - : j . 1 c ' 1 . i - ; i, :, . 1 I ' f r rue ncr.
,,, , 111
tti'-it tlu-v I'.ail I ens'.:re' v red an 1 th-;!, 1
v. , ui.o,
heat and htm ;er had
Tin- li-o -rv Savcii I! is I. iff.
. -, .. r, . ;
lt v,;i;iouL'iie, li'ruggtst, iiea-
, -, , rn 00,..- ut t i-
versviile, ill. savs : Jo Dr. Kintrs
New Discovery I owe my hie. Was
taken with La Grippe and tried all
the physiciann lor miles about, but of
no avail, and was given lip and told
I could not live. Having Dr. King'
Vew Disroverv in mv store I .nr '
Xevv Discovery in my store I sent
for a bottie and begin its use and s
from the first dose began to get bet-1
er nw ;jfu.r v&n ,.JOttles W;W '
up and about again
It is worth its '
weight in gold. We Won't keep '
store or nonse wnnout it. i,et a
free trial bottle at I largrave's Drug
RIOTS AND BLOODSHED
Tho Sabbath Loav03 the Street 0
, -r-, , TTT.1, ,
.ofHaninwcu Red With Blood.
DKATII AM; DESTRUCTION ALL THE DAY
Err the Arrival or Troops , Thru 3T.cn Iir.d
Ii:-i'n I'.u:ic!iOil hythj? Wityswlp tli;-;-Dv-allis
in Nu!.sf'f;uj':it HiitJ
Cx'.c V-'oikian u VU-lim
Cairwr.o, July 0. The :.:u r.i
tv.vnuav was at Ilamuiond, hid.. ;
f tlie eif,
1 ere a ii;
?) of !
nearly :-:.(KKl were in possession and no
tr is in si-rht. Thcv had Kicked ihc
AVestera Uniou teV-raph olico. over-
turned freight ears and eoanuilteu all
i sorts of deprediitioi:.s. Five railroad
.,, ,-,1.,,-1 ,. 1... .,1... .1
the mob and one fat, ill v.
i'iie oatbonn d Sundav par-si i!--er Ter
('hic:rro on t!:e Monon railway was
l..rou;-lit to a l-.-ilt by th- i:-:ob; engineer
tMid li.vman v.vre made to 'nmrnit
and ; :ie loeoiaot ive inicklv kdled bv
openin-r a val.e and allowing water
to n.:i ,v-t , r '. :. boiler. The active
.eaocrs oi i ;e 1:00 were 1101 local s,r;;:- ,
crs or known to the ilammonl tieo'ile.
Thi' Town T rroi i. l.
Ur icr thi'ir lea.fership. however, tlie
town was terrorize 1 and railway tratlk
was paralyzed. I'.ohlly operating in the
center u the to , n. the mob had evcrv-
I bin;;- iicarly its own wry. Thr; worst
liouiie came about :; o'clock a.m.,
when in a s'drmish. several railroad
men were badly in pared and thr e -killed
oiitri'rt. Tlie man vvliose wounds are
supposed to 1; mortal ?s II. V, Mile:;, an
1 r 1 .,4.,,.i . ...t-;.,. ,.,.:..!
company. hie of t le- acts of the mob
v. as t he Inivainrr of a I'ltilman coach. It
was set, 0:1 (ire iii s.-ve'.al places siiijiil-
taneoi.sly and complelely consunied.
l-'alJy (.went y-ihx freifrlit cars were de
railed and tipped upside down, but the
aboat to he sent to ttovermr Matthews
1 at Indianapolis, asking for troops, and
i the .strike leaders, del -mii tie. I to fore- '
j stall s--:ch action if po .sHde. Kn trance
i to the telegraph oi'.lee was enected with
i scant e.nai-ti-sy and in the expressive
lange.age of an e-ye witness, tlie place
1 was "cleaned out completely."
' A serious tight occurred at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon between a mob of
5.n00 men and company 15 of the 15th
! United Slat es inf a n try. in- which two of
the nal) are known to have been killed
: aod .se-veral others, including one wo-
man. are oii-.l to havj been fatally
! MiliO-.i .V.' rive ti:i ttm Ki-cnt.
; Tlie mob
:me so violent shortly
afternoon that u baialiion of the llli-
im's niiiitia. was sent . 1 from Pull
man. Tiie regulars vrera patro'ling
the trues in a p:;. ger coach when
Vu-y were attacked by the mob with
sto.ies. :i;'." shots beln-f tired. The
trocyis at 01
returned the fire through
the ear .die!ow.-;. killing (.'harles
Klciscmaa. who was shot though the
bowels, and wounding W. 11. Campbell
i 1 the leg. Sev era; other men and one
woman wo-.: wounded, but their uuuici
His i:nit:!o A-;;:;t, nntl
t he Ir:;!i'.j'iii is AL.it:! Set Hot!.
III"! -T'Ai.o, X. Y., July 'J. The follow
ing dispatch 1-..m i'resid.ait 1 U b:; to his
representative hero was received last
"We asl: your i.o-operatio.i in le.nYalo.
We are makimr a gre:;t ' iight for labor
aii.i ecserve me support 01 an railway
employes. Capital lias combined to en
slave labor. We must ail stand togeth
er or go down in hopeless defeat. It is
impossible tor companies to iill the va
cancies. We can solve this problem
only by ('patting in a body and stand
ing together, one for all. and all for
one. 0.1 each and everv road through
oat the land. (Signed) 11. V. Debs."
This may bring on a strike at any
j CENERAL LABOR STRIKE ON.
' l::a:cul:!-.n T!wi Sc.-Ii Will ii- 1
J l.v I !i" Tmilcs I'.iien.
CiiiCAco. Jidy t).--I!ep.rts from .ae
' eon fereiiee oT Trade ; n nio'i dclega i i . at
: t'liUcii's hall ataui' irly morning hour
i indicate that a general strike will 1
! declari (1 here. I'pon the circulation of
: the president's jiroclamat ion this morn
ing a -all was circulated for another
ineetingof Uistrict union No. b" of th.
International tyixra phical ueion at
.iociocti inis aucrnoon. ep 10 ims
Iiour the oaicers of the union have no
acknowledgment from the president of
the recent of their protest.
DE3S TALKS OF ARREST.
Not Afrniil of ;iiiii to .fail. Says tin- Strike
T.ertdiT, Hail Can tin I"m-uis!u'I.
fiitCAiiii. 111.. Julv t. Talking to a
snorter about the injunctions ab-ead v
wrvw irV)U hhn pussibilitv of his
nrrest. M r. Debs is euoic.l as savin-'-:
"No. V will not go to jail if ai-o stT.i
upon a baihible eharpe. lean tell vm
this. I can furnish tvvo r-.illioti dollars
P iil ?n two m;nn-s if neces--n '- I
luive engaged a lavvyer m the si rcn-lh i
oi tiio reports ol unpenning arrest aa,t
will light the matter to the end.
EDITOR MOORE TRIUMPHANT.
Tha Ind ctmc'it .cai
hist t!i join n:,i:st for j
t. - . T..i.. n ri 1
Lk.uxg rox. Ky., July lie demur-
n.r to the indictment against C. C. I
i Moore for blasphemy has been sus- j
j tained bv Judge l'arker, of the circuit
I conrt. Moore, in his iaiier. again de-
dares that he i a eandidate f-.r ,.n- ,
t:-ess em the l'rohibition and Uoma.is I
t . 1 t
th. w.,..s k riag.,, m nSsia.
Sr. IN: . ::;;.;;ria.. i;u.-..da. July 7. An I
official report oa the fatal d'eease pre- j
vpJent in Ladom. .'iinnert;as cases of
have appeared in St. IVtcrsbnrg.
M'v and other places, says that it
Gestae plagui: in lion- K
Ayer's Pills promptly remove the
causes of sick and nervous headaches.
Thc?e pills speedily correct irregu-
arities of the stomach, liver, and
bowels, and are the mildest anel most
I reliable cathartic in use
should be without them.
The great vegetable substitute for
fills is Simmons Liver liegulator.
Cures sick headache.
Tarboro Southerner : TlieSpe-!
i cial Tt rm of the Superior Court for !
j Edgecombe county that has been or- I
j tiered for the 23rd of July, 1S04, has J
j been postjioned. The jurors th.itj
; have been drawn lor this term will
1 tike note "of this.
. ! keidsville Review : In the jail at
1 v ..1 -i. .
1 ixaieigii are ivvo insane negro men,
twins. On the sim e day they lost
rhey nave never spo-
ken since. Each does just wh it the
1 1 ,t. -i .1
I UotS' atProcisely the same
Ul.iC, even tnougll one does not
the tther. It is a ou-er nr
mcn wtIC '"'H'g'it Here lrom Middle
' Lretk towns iio. this cour.tv
; Winston Sentinel:. A livt-lv
fight l00k jilace at Advance, Davie
! county, Sunday. Two joung inen
I iv -A Qlw.r,,,. r f I .. :. i
. .......v,, .MKiii.iui.l'l 1illKI-llll UH V. I
.,.u,,:,,,,,l;1i.Hi,,1,u,,uluv,;mV(il,u,lmi beloneino to the
theor.ginators.it is said, of the ' In;t(,l States ( iovernment. " If siav-
j l'OW. liOtl) received SCriOUS VVOUUds,
l)C;ng shot jy tvvo I),lvjs )0ys Tlic
latter were also dangerously injured,
being cut by the two firmer brothers.
"( )ld corn Iifjuor was the cause ot it
Statesville Lar.dmark :
(Xiir-ee Wauoh. of this townshio. was
in town with his team Saturday after
noon. He started home alter the
big rain and on reaching the lord
above Kestler's mill found the creek
on a boom. He drove in, however,
and as. a result both his mules were
drowned. Waugh escaped with a
wetting. It is said that he had bee n
drinking. Ibid he been sober he
would not h ive; driven into thecre'-k.
Carthage lilade : Last Wednes
day our young friend, Uirch Doug
lass, went fishing on McLer.don's
creek, anil alter a good deal of per
severance succeeded in landing a
mud cat. He threw the fish out and
as it struck the ground three silver
ten cent pieces rolled out of its
mouth. When he got home he cat
the fish open, and found the fourth
ten cent piece, which made 40 cents
in all that he got. out of one fish.
Aulander Dispatch :' Lightning
struck and killed the wile oi foe!
D.uightry, colored, living a few miles
J out m tne country, on Monday even
ing, otic went into Her loom to get
an almanac, and just as she reached
to get it lrom a r.ail by the mantle
the flash came down the chimney
and almost instantly killed her. No
was done to the
1 crack or so in tlie
people have become
alarmed over the report that locusts
deposited e ggs on 1 1 ickbt nies. Ger
ald McCnithy, botanist and entomol
ogist of the agricultural experiment
station, says that there is no more
wholesome food than fresh, iipe
black berries, and that the berries arc
not rendered poisonous by the fict of
eggs h iving been deposited on them,
ifsobethat the report about the lo
custs is true.
Southport Leader: On l.i.-l
Saluiday night the: post office in this
city was entered, the post master's
desk broken into and over sixty dol
lars in cash stolen. The outside
dour of the post olfice was opened by
the thief with a key which fitted the
lock, and once inside there was no
trouble in breaking eve ry drawet lock
and thoroughly ransacking the desk
us :el by postmaster Ferguson, burnt
m Uches were found scattered aro ird
the post office, showing that the thief
looked through everything in search
of money. No stamps were taken.
Ly a very simple rule the dut di
of nigld anil diyeanbe d( tern.ined
.,. ...1V. ,.f the r AH
any time oi me vcar. .n vou
have to elo is to multiply the time of
the sun's rising Ly two anil it wi'i
o-ive you the length of the night.
- , . , , . ' . . , ' !
Ti lthdt- ilu. timo r.i" c.-obi-, 1..- ..,. 1 -
..lliltipiy lite time CI Setting u two I
' . J ,
;et tne lengtn ot the day.
t js easily demonstrated at the time
(n lllc 'c'ir u lwn tllc sun rLSt s
sets at h o'el. ck and day and night
r ., 1 1 ,, , t. .
aie ol equal duration. It isiu.-.t as
1 . J
tnw it, . ,1,, 1 n.ob.. -in,l J, ,,-t
truc ;lS th" tI l h kn-laul Jnd shoIt
tn- Thus, as winter approaches, take
a day when the sun rises at 6:yt and
sets at 5:30. Apply the rule and you
have a night of 13 hours and a day f
ot 11 hours. The rule will be funnel j
absolutely accurate at any time of tlie j
year. Winston Sentinel. j
Km k'en'-i A rnica Sal vc. j
The Lest Salve in the world for Cuts, i
I Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
rem .TOies, uuvi, v i,a j 'lev i i i.i.iin, ;
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Krup- j
lions, and positively cures files, or no j
nav reeiiiired. It. is guaranteed to eive j
i .. j .. -r. . . , i 11 i .
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, j
I Price 25 cents per box. for sale by u. ,
t Y. Ifargrave, Druggist
Highest of all in Leavening lVwcr. Latest U.S. Gov't R
m ' & n
i ' "
vytiat "' Xoutli l oulit l or.
The Harrisonburg Spirit ol
i Valley addresses itself to the
I patch as lohows :
"The Richirond Dispatch of the
17th instant begins by asserting that
slavery was not what those who tried
l u veiu:in in government in iSdl-
j 65 lought lor, but immediately goes
oft to try to prove that slaves were
recognizal as property, and that,
,1, . , .. 1,-1 ,
heurfoie, tne people of the South
! ,M1 ;l '!.t; h t to take t heir sla vcs into
cry, or die right to extend the sys-
teill Of sl lVITV VI.IU n.lt II 1, ,1 fl...
i . -. v """
.-.outli ton;4bt tor, then we wouhl be
pleased il the Dispatch will kindly
inform us what was the issue or is -
sues uduren the -(.vnii mcnt and:
those who sought to siibvnt it." I'lajonty of white voters will still con
Tiiatr the people of the South ilid timu' to "!,'lot' administration
not figlit ior slavery is proved be ! tI,at ll;!S il,;i!e N"lh Carolina what
yonel a question by the fact that ilu- ,s- Ccnsiilering such things as we
Re )ublica:i National Conventieui of '1IVC' ;dove re fern d to, of.r State
iSfwi oave to the Southern people t !'cti,"is ;,n' mipoitanl. Ves, cx
the most solemn assarana s tii.d the ! .''' ,n;"'y so, when we come to con
institution of slavery was not to be H(ltT u ho is ' elected. A Chief
interfered with in any way if tlie Re- J llstu e f,t Supreme Court, and
publican nominee (Mr. Lincoln )! Associate Justices tire to be elected.
should be elected 1 "resident of the
United St des. The northern neonle
r.reivnl tne same sort of assurances i A 11 u u 1 1)1 Ulc"" predecessors,
tV om Mr. Lincoln himself, whose con- j :iIU' nut f',r tn(- ''ill term of eight
science was greatly troubled when he ' ''"" J unes K. Shepherd is Chief
was comj.el'ed, as he felt he was, to ! Jl,sl'a' (''th Carolina, and was
emancipate the slaves in the South. ' ''Wanted ly C.overnor Holt to fill
lie justified emancipation only as a i !'"! vacancy caused by the appoint
vvar 'measure. mcnl "dei rimon, to be Chief Jus-
What, then, did the Southern peo- j tice- -s'ciale Justice J. C. McRae
pic fight for? They fought for the w'ls aPPoinl by Governor Holt, to
right to secede from the Union. They I f,!1 t,!C vacancy caused by the death
denied the power of the 1'edeial ; I J- -ivis. Associate Justice
Ciovernment to compel them to stay ! i'toad Iiurvvell was appointeil by
in the Union. They fought, tiiere- (,ovtniur Di.lt to till the vacancy
fore, for the rights of the States as ! -iscil by the appointment of Shop
against the usurpations of the Feeler- i liml 10 1:je Chief.; Justice. Associate
a! Goiernment. Thcv fought for the
maintenance of that theory of the
duel nature of our government which
was held by the founders of the re
public. They failed and their cause
went elown, not because it was not a
just cause, but because the heaviest
battalions were on the side of the
men who "dispensed with" tlie form
of government which Jefl'erson, Mad-
ison, and their associates thought
they had established.
The southern people did not fight
to "overturn" the Federal Govern
ment, but were all the time willing
for the Northern States to stay in the
LTnion. The North fought to over
turn Southern State' governments.
The South fought to give to the
northern and southern people the
same rights. R ichmonei I )ispat h.
- - -.
Sr.vn: or Ohio, (d ry oi-
Tui. i no, la ews Co. ss
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that hi
ts tne senior 0.11 tm r 01 lb-- firm of F f
Ciii Ni:v- ( ., doine-business in t he 1
city ot To!..;!.,,
said, and thai
ililv ami Stale a lure-
,i firm will nav lie
sum ot OM-; IH NllkFI) Dol.l.AUS
f r each and every ease of ("atari !i that
rannot be cured by tne- use of ll.u.i.'s
C.O'Akl; I! Ct ".: K.
KltANK . ClIKNKV .
Sworn to be tore me and subscribed
in niv presence, thi.i 6th day of Decem
ber, A. I), issr,.
.. w. ;i.i:,s n.
Hall's ("atari h Cure is taken inter
nally, and acts direct ly on tic blood
or mucous surfaces of the system.
Send f,.r testimonials, free.
F. J. CHUNKY CO.. 1'rops.,
Fi tee 75c per bottle. Sold by rill drug
)!pli-as "I'm afraid I hit him ,
hard. I just looked at him, ;
: ... ,' 1
Know. 111 a sigirttcant way iwm
'Tlie Joois aren't all de-ad vet.'" !
Arthur "And what d.d he say?" '
Alo'phus "He saiel : 'No; but!
i'i aren't looking well, Dolly ; vou'u i
bitter ttike care of yourself.' Won
der what in time he was drivin-j at ?"
must have proper nourishment during growth, or
llicy will not develop, uniformly. They find the
food they need in
.8 a 6 ,
There is Cod-iivcr Oil for healthy flesh and hy- j
pnphosphites of lime and soda for bone material, j
Pnyrlcians, the world over, endorse it. 4
are not known among those who take SCOTT'S EMUL
SION. Babies grow fat and chubby on it, and arc good
n a lured because they are well, r
Prepared by Scott & Cowne, N. Y. Druggists sell it.
l:ii ( lions in Nirlh Carolina.
Although this is considered an oil
year, from the simple fact that there
are to be no national elections, yet
what elections there are to be are
equally as important.
North Carolina, under Democratic
administration has been a typical
government, ami for years has been
so recognized by all white mcn, and
a large number of colored people, un
til a feu- Iir.i,!L... 1
I T 1 W:a"Cr
SC("('' a"1 work up a feeling of
j (1SS ltltl u (l011. because "they" could
, Pilll Ilf wll'ft tlw.ir 1
ii.uiuu ui iic. ue-
cause "tlioy" could not do what thcv
L.,.,,.,1 ,(1 ,, , ,, ..
i ' l U- 1,1,1 ,,,,s l'l'
" """""g. ;ii U)C great
Ihc Supreme Court has decided that
they will be elected to fill out the
Justice Averv was elected for a full
term of eight years in iSSS. The
State vvi!! also elect tight Superior
Court Judges, nine Congressmen,
twelve Solicitors, fifty Stale Senators,
one hundred and twenty Representa
tives ol the General Assembly, who
will elect a successer to U. S. Sen
ator, M. W. Ransom, Democrat
I wnose term expires March .jth, 1S95,
and a Senator to fill the unexpired
term of Senator Z. II. Vance, dee'd.,
which ends March 4'h, 1897. County
officers ; il over the Slate will also
'Hie above is a list ot what is to
be done this Fall in the State.
Cure for lli-:i!: li-.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Lloctric 1 litters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a per
manent l ine and the most dreaded
habitual sick head. irhes yield to its
inu jeiK c. veuiM.- all who are nf-
flicted to proem-e a bottle, and give
this lemedy a fiir trial. In cases of
h l'oitual constipation Fle-etric Litters
cures by giving the needed tonic to
the bowels, and few eases long resist
the use of this, med-cine. Try it.
Large bottles only 50c at Harg rave's
Drug St re.
N'o one 1 v. r iri'-d Simmons Liver
K emulator without being satisfied wilfi
University of Horlli Carolina.
Includes the Colic-e. the I'niversity,
lIu' ,-;,w School, the Medical Sdiool,
V u , y "T ?
( ollcgf: tuition vr a ye ir; board 7 to
z, , a month. Session be-ins Sept. 6.
Address I'KKSIDF.NT WINSTON,
Chap 1 Hill, N. C.
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