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WILSON, WILSON COUNTY. N. C.,-OCTOBER 4, 1894.
(u will sec from thi above
i! in- that ciht years ao
I l. Cash Racket Store t asted
i: let. with the oooil people
.1 this little city, and notwith-
i.uiilip.i;" the prediction made
! so many that a "one price, '
, ,i' h Ix iorc delivery" business
- 'ild not In: successfully con
ducted here, it has speedily
town Irom a little 25x60 feet
iiTi-to three times its orioi-,
n.t! sie, and we believe it is
. nly a question of time when
we will he forced to jjet more
room. What is the cause; of.
tins rapid increase in business?
W e answer Underbuy, Un-'
dersell, ( )ne price to all. .
This week I
The first tiling on the; list is .
10 doz. Ladies' Silk Em- j
chiefs worth 25c. 1
Our price only 9c. !
The next is-j
ONE CASK. STANDARD CAI.I- I
CO IIS, CONSISTING of NAVY j
iu, it; in new patterns,
11I.ACK and IJROWN CROUXI)
WITH LARGE OR SMALL
FIG I' RE. CUT WHAT VoU
WANT AT sots A YARD. I
I hen comes the "Mascot, ' j
a new tiling in 6-4 all wool
1 . li-ii
utv-vs oc'is at 4 c. yarn, ooui
- Kt where at 62 a yard.
The Cash Racket Stores
J. f.l. LEATH, IVTg'r.
:i a:v, ( lokLboru Sts.
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
' 1 '-ll. II" IH e. (Mine next to
hi. Albeit Anderson.
.!n... I'.. W W. I!. Vat ..t.iiu !i. Jr.
W'OODARI) c YAKIiOKOUC.il,
Au ni-vs-.i I .aw,
Wii.m.S. ' - - N. C.
Will iii'.u li e in tin- courts ol Wilson,
"Wisii, t irct n, i tiinlic aial adj: in
.11;.' t 1 .mil it s.
N. I! - Ass. ti.ited in ( iil prai tit e
J R. UZZELL,
Attorney at 1 aw,
WILSON, - - N. (
l'r.ntiecs wlu revt r ser ices art' re-
1 nil ( (I '-j ' All tuisitK'SS will receive
; i n 1 j t attention.
Miit in Wi ll's r.uiliHii '
Attorney at Lav-,
WILSON. - - N. C.
Mtii ! blanch iS: Co's. Hank P-uibling.
GKO. M. LINDSAY,
Attorney at Law,
SNOW HILL, N. C.
Met rir: Wilson. Green Vane
: iohnston Counties.
all on in.-, .a llie oihee of W. K. War
11 iS: Co., over lirst National Hank.
: U) -iy II. O. WIIITKHKAI).
Wood & Shingles.
I ii.i ( -yj,i ss Shinuk-s on liantl at
' tinx- a::.', u ill sell cheap.
SAW HI) WOOD,
. . -011 liantl an, ( an he furnished
:t 'iort notice. Yard on Railroad,
U est side of Nash Street.
C. X. NURNKY.
VftthnH Her! Cfcim film Wnvdn
' 'muuu i'.iuv UttQUi LJG HUHVO.
I'- v press paid on packages.
n,i lor price List. Adtlress,
Steam Dying Co.,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
X M'in !( Hitil SiirieinlHr.
No doubt it is evident ly this time,
even to the most unimpressible
young gentleman about the lst -office
department, that the recent order
dunging the name Appomattox to
that of Surrender does not commend
itself to persons of taste, intelligence
and good feeling. How any one
could ever have expected any
other consumation is a" mystery
which we do not propose to inquire
into at this tune. Enough for all
ptesent purposes to know that the
change is everywhere deplored and
that the volume of popular condem
nation is swelling with every hour
A semi official utterance from the
Department some days ago, remind
ed us that the transformation of Ap
pomattox into Surrender had been
appiovcd by Hon. Mr. Tucker, the
representative for the district, and
that it had not In en unfavorably
mentioned except in the newspapers.
To be sure, we cannot see what this
has to do with it Mr. Tucker's ap
proval, supposing that he really gave
it, is after all only the approval of an
individual, whereas the chorus of
protest and condemnation that broke
out in the newspapers is the echo of
public feeling, and stands for thous
ands. How. pray, does the depart
ment acquaint itselt with popular
sentiment except through the medi
um of the newspapers? How the of
ficials perch on three-legged stools
behi-id closed doors ami envolved it
from their inner consciousness? It
seems to us that in saying that the
Hon, Mr. Tucker stood alone against
the newspapers in commending the
extinction of Appomattox, an Assi
tant Postmaster General destroyed
his own case.
Hut. whatever doubt m iy have ex
isted a week ago. it must be obvious
now to the very dullest precept ion
that the action of the department in
th;s matter is condemned on every
hand. The change of name was un
necessary, to begin with. That word
"Appomattox" represented the cul
mination of the most tremendous
dram i of modern times. It was h-s-toric,
like Salamis, or Phillippi, or
Waterloo. It meant seunething
something honorable to both of the
great actors in the tragedy. It evoked
a memory for which none need shrink
with sorrow or shame. It indicated
a revolution: it marked an epoch. It
was splendid, terrible, and exalting.
Rut "'Surrender!" That involves
boasting for one and humiliation for
the other. It has a mean and cruel
ring. It might imply a quatrel of
pigmies as well as a collision of Titans.
It is foolish, insignificant, and futile.
It brutalizes anil belittles the rocord
of a great people and blurs the out
lines of a gigantic episode.
Let it go! Keep Appomattox and
let Surrender go! Washington Post.
dm' fur llfiKl.it ln-.
As a remed y for all forms of lu aei
aihe Electric Hitters has proved to la
the very best. It effects a permanent
cute and the dreaded habitual sick
headaches yield to its influence. Ye
urge all who are afflicted t( pro ure
a Lottie, and give this runidy atrial.
In cases of habitual constipation Elec
tric Hitters cures by giving the needeil
tone tothe bowels, and few cases long
resist the use of this medicine. Large
bottles only 50c at Hargrave's drug
A very strange thing has come to
pass in Wilmington, never heard of
before by the oldest fishermen. All
day long yesterday at Front street
market dock, a lot of boys with hook
and line caught numerous small while
shad and rock fish from four to six
inches in length. The oldest fisher
men tell us that they never knew the
small fry ot shad to take the hook be
fore, and the fact is none can remember
of ever seeing young shail in the river
before It has been known that m the
spring the full grown shad come up
stream to spawn and that the small fry,
after being hatched, migrate to the
ocean where they come to maturity
only again to repeat their spawning
migration in the the spring. It has
never been known, however, where or
how the little shad get back to the
ocean, and the circumstance mentioned
above is quite a curious one. The little
fish bit right along yesterday and th
hoys had to be interfered with in their
sport to stop their wanton destruction
of this valuable lish. Wilmington Mes
A universal beau ti tier. Harmless
effective, and agreeable, Ayer's Hair
Vigor has taken high rank among
toilet articles. This preparation
causes thin, weak hair to become
abundant strong, and healthy, and
restores gray hair to its original coler
A FAIR TRIAL of Hood's Sar-
saparilla guarantees a complete
cure. 1 1 is an honest medicine, honest
ly advertised and it honestly CURES
WISHES MADE PUBLIC
Katzcn berp-er's Peculiar Will Filoel
for Probate in Memnhie.
RELIGIOUS KITES TOTALLY IGNORED.
Tta' MkliioiKiire DisuUys the lli:;;st Lil
eruiiry in ll.-i-ii.'s's t. i:i lntiv , S r-
VIUltH. I'llldil- ; I S,i,-.in-
Mkmimms. Tenn.. October t. A week
ivro Mom-!, M. Kat.enbergiT. one of the'
ltfatlin-r reprt-M-ntalivt's of the Hebrew;
race in the south a'i I president of the
Mechanic's Savings hank, of Meiii'iliis. 1
died in this city. Tlds morninrr his w ill. '
covering many huntlivd thousand dol-'
lurs worth of property, was filed fori
probate, and . it proves a remarkable i
document. The testator displays t lit '
utmost, liberality in bciic.,ts toivlu-i
tive,. servants anil public institutions.
One bequest is to the new Memphis
Jockey club, it being cash for a .stake
to be contested for each year, known
as the Kat.enberger memorial stake, lu '
be run for a long as there is a racing
association in this unity. The will
says: "Sh.iil.l there be a boy born to
either of mv sister-in-laws. Oora and
fii.zie. ami I fiope there will be. then I
such iiiab' issue is to take share ami;
share alike of all lishing rods au 1
tackle except a line and few hooks to be
buried with me in order that if there.'
is any lishing in the other world 1 will j
be provided with tackle to enjoy the
sport which has afforded me much tie- !
ogiu in i ne present mo;(e or existence.
The will concludes: "In reference to
my own burial 1 direct that there be no
religious rites or " ceremonies, but that
these be conducted bv mv loving friends
in such a way as they deem proper, ami j
I further direct that the formality of
interring a tattle with the body be dis
pensed with in my ease.'
STORY OF OCEAN WRECKS.
S-!iint-ri Whirl) scin-rctl ia the Late
Slot-ill on tlie Atlantic Coast.
ItAI.Tlvn.iiK. Mil.. October 1. The
schooner, lv A. I'.ailey. Captain Smith,
which went ashore on Frying Pan
Shoals, and was totally wrecked, was
hound from Ashley river for lialtiniore.
She was owned by . I. .1. Tow use n I. of
Absecomb. X. .).. and S. li. Xarts. of
til's city. Thi' vessel and her cargo of
phosphate roek were valued at sil.U'J ).
The captain and erevv were rescued by
Advices received here report the prob
able total wreck' of the schooner I'enja
n. in !'. I.e.-. t'vj't tin Mi e:i;;:tn. bound
hence for C!i.i!vc,to:i. Sh.-wvnt ad-ore
tin Cape l.'oin.r.n late 'I loirs lay night.
The I.e.- was valued at stu.tiaa. and her
cargo of cotton ties an 1 e wnied goods
was worth -s.n,,!) In ire. she was owned
principally by S. It. Xa.-ts and Slie.gluT
A Company, of this city. The fate of
her ei-ew is unknown, but it is s ip't ,ed
1 1 1 ey t' , k 1 1 t li e 1 x a t.s ad we re s: i v e : I .
THE STRIKE YET PROLONG ED.
ttvt-rw hiliniii: Sfiitiin-iils for tout infla
tion oi the Textile strike.
F.W.I. 1'ivi i:. Mass.. October 1. Since
the reports of Saturday's meeting's be
tween operatives and manufacturers
were published in the local papers there
lias been considerable discussion among
the idle operatives. The overwhelming
sentiment favoring further resistance
expressed at the weaver's meeting, to
gether with the disappointing result of
the conference between the spinners
ami manufacturers, have combined to
make much hard feeling an 1 have led
tt many bitter expressions on the part
of the men who are in close contact
with the working people. Today many
people have the idea that the manufac
turer's intention is to fight the spinner's
union, ami more particularly to tight
Robert Howard, the successful leader.
RELEASE OF THE PATHAN.
The lo-itKh Si earner. Seizetl liy a Chinese
War Shi . itie I'ree '.;:iii.
Lo"lox. October 1. The shanghai
correspondent of the Central .New.-, an-1
nounces that the I Sritis.li steamer
Pa than, which was recently seized oil
Formosa by a Chinese war ship, has
been released by order of the Tsung Li
Vamen. the Chinese foreign board.
The Pat ha n will proceed to Shanghai
under bond. The .same correspondent
says that Li Hung Chang is not pre
paring to go to Korea, as has been re
ported, it Is believed that lie will not
leave Tien-Tsin as long- as his enemies
have the ear of the emperor.
GEORGIAN DIES IN JERSEY.
Death of Lev. (icoi-Ke .1. t'rltlltht. of llain- '
liridue, at Nai'kensat-k.
Xackkxsack. X. J.. October 1. Rev.
George' J. Griffiths, of llainbridge. Ga.,
died suddenly this morning of heart
failure, superinduced by a severe at
tack of pneumonia two weeks ago. The
deceased came from Georgia about
e'ight weeks ago to look after his broth- !
er F.dward W. Grifliiths. of this place,
who bad attempted suicide. The latter
died from his self-inllicte.l injuries and
Mr. Griffiths was making arrangements
to return to his home. He was about
-"." years old.
'I lie Wa!i:iti Pat-iiif K.pres V reeked.
Toi.KIio. O.. October I. --While going
at the rate of fifty miles an hour, pas
senger train No. 41. the Wabash Paci
fic express, tine here ;:t 7:--5 a. in., ran
into an open switeii a mile west of Man
mee. shortly before 7 o'clock" yesterday.
Fngineer C. F. Smith was instantly
killed ami Fireman A. II. Hay received
injuries which will likely cause his
The ISaltie Canal OtlieiaPy Opened.
Hkiu.i.n, October 1. The great sluice
of the North sea, the Raltic canal, was
officially opened yesterday by the mem
bers of the construction committee who
sailed through the waterway on board
the government steamer Merlin.
Penitentiary Fire in Kentucky.
Pkixckton. October 1. The boot antl
shoe factories at the IMdysville peni
t"';tiary were tlestoyed by lire yester
uay. i oss .;:, (ion.
Teacher Now, tlo you see the dif
ference between : nim il instinct at el
Bright Boy Yes'm. If we had
instinct we'd kn w everything we
needed without learning it; bt t
we've got reason, and have to study
ourselves most blind or be a fool.
BERLIN'S LATEST SENSATION.
ArreHt of an Army of Non-C ummiKttioiied
OlIUer.H on Autl-Givriinieiit eiiHrffH.
ISkkm.v. October I. An iuimen.se sen
sation has been caused by the arrest of
ls:j non-eoinmissioued officers of artil
lory in the training school in Invalid
StrassH. on charges of being connected
witli an anarehi.st-soeiali.st propaganda
and assisting in the conduct of a fac
tory for making tx plosives for revolu
tionary purposes. The prisoners were
surprised last evening by a detachment !
of the fourth guards, who came upon j
them with fixed bayonets. They were :
taken at midnight to Potsdam station
where a special train was waiting, and '
they were transpoated at 2:5!) o'clock to
the Magdeburg fortress. At noon, to- '
day they were returned to Itorlin. In
the meantime wild anil conflicting rn
mors were in circulation ami it was di
llicult to obtain any details.
BLAKE ON AMERICA'S STUMP.
SlrmSiT of l'Hili:iiicut to Swak In the
l iiitctl siutfH on Irish Home Kuln.
Nkw Vokk. October 1. The Irish
national federation of America semi
out the following: Invitations to Hon.
Ktiward ltlake. M. I'., to address publu;
meetings tm the Irish home rule ques
tion in several of our large cities have
reached the otlice of the national seeve
tary of the Irish national federation of
Ainci iea. As ae time which Mr. Itlake
can devote to public meetings is limited
to between the 17th and JTth of Octo
ber, lie will be forced to decline many
of the invitations. Mr. ltlake has ac
cepted invitations to speak in New
York on the 17th of October, Philadel
phia on the '25th. Urooklyn on the '20th
ami in Pittsburg. Atlanta and Memphis
if it is po.s-able to fix dates between the
17th and '25th of ( 'etoher.
"FLYING JIB" TAKES HONORS.
AU I'lie'im Kecortls Lowered on a Klte
StiajM' Track ami a Ki'iiiiiiig Mate.
Ciiii.i.K'oriiK. O.. October 1. The!
name tf "Flying .Jib" is on the tongue I
of every horseman here today on ae-
count ot the wonderful mile paced by
this celebrated gelding on the kite
sluipcd track yesterday. "Flying Jib"
hitched to a running mate, paced a mile
in the phenomenal time of 1:5'.'4'. low
ering the record of 2:01 ;!t made by West
mont in tli iea go in iss-t at this style of
racing, by 'i1 seconds. The perform
ance tloes not constitute a record, as
this met hod of pace-making is not re
cognized as legitimate, ami has no
bearing on Kobert J's valid record of
THE FATAL MIDNIGHT GAZE.
(irmiilmol Iiit'h Care for Her ( hllcren Ke
ii1:h hi a Series of De.it hs.
P.i.ot roN. Ala.. October t. Mrs. Nan-1
ey Wilson, with lamp iu hand, went to j
look at her sleeping grand-children in
their crib about midnight. The lamp
Ignited a mospiito liar hanging over
the bed and the liar fell, burning, upon
the children. .lames Devereaux. her
son-in-law. vent to the assistance of
the group and was badly burned, possi
bly fatally. Mrs. Wilson inhaled the
flames and tlied soon afterwards. Her
two year old grind-child was also
burned to death.
HARRISON WILL NOT COME.
The Kx-1'resitient Kefiites to Speak to the
Kepiitilic-aiiH in Tennessee.
Mkmi'iiis. Tenn.. October 1. In a dis
patch received here from Indianapolis
it is stated that Kx-Prcsident Harrison
has positively declined to speak in Ten
nessee. The republican managers re
quested the ex-president to till the en
gagements for addresses originally
made out for Oovernor McKinley. (Jov
eruor McKinley was billed to speak at
Memphis. Nashville, Knoxville and
Cha'tauooga. but will be able to speak
onlj tit Nashville on October -2'.t.
GENERAL A. M. WEST DEAD.
The Vice-President Candidate on the Hen
Itutler Ticket Passes A way.
M kmpiiih. Tenn.. October 1. General
A. M. West, candidate, for ' vice-president
of the I'nited States, in 1SS4, on
the Greenback-labor ticket, with ( Jen
era 1 Iten jamin F. lhitler. died at Holly
Springs yesterday. General West was
t he first president of the Chicago, St.
Louis and New Orleans railway, (now
the Illinois Central), ami was the pio
neer railroad builder of the south.
KILLED IN A POLITICAL RIOT.
J. IL SuriH, Democrat, Shoots W. K. Rog
ers. Populist, iii a Low at Kich, Ga.
Jksl-i. Ga.. October 1. It is reported
that the populist of this county are try
ing to keep the democrats unit negroes
from voting in this week's state elec
tiou by threatening their lives. In a
row itt Rich yesterday. J. 15. Surls. a
democrat, shot and killed W. K. Rogers
a populist, whom he accused of sending
him threatening letters.
Murtiertd ly an I'nknown Assassin.
Amitk City, October 1. William Mill
er was shot a nil killed Saturday fight
at Independence by an unknown party.
The family had just finished supper.
The assassins fired a load of buckshot
through the window killing Mrs. Mil
ler ami wounding Mr. Milier anil his
Now the Council ISlufTs stock Yard:).
Cot xeii. Iti.i'FKS. Ia.. October 1. Ar
ticles of incorporation were filed yes
terday of the Council fluffs Stock
Yards company. The capital stock is
2. 500.000 and the incorporators are the
same as those of the Illinois, Iowa and
Nebraska Packing company.
Lady Died I nder Peculiar Treatment.
Cuicaoo, October 1. Itelle White, '24
years of age, daughter of Itenjamin S.
White, a wealthy lumberman, died at
Woods hotel yesterday morning about
10 o'clock, while under treatment for
the removal of facial blemishes.
Welt DijtRer Killed hy Fire-Da in p.
WAntiKxsm nti. Mo.. October 1. In
Simpson township, eight miles north of
this city. Kob Martin and Ashley Potts,
two well diggers, were killed j-esterday
by lire-damp in a new well they had
just about completed.
A I. n. ny, . V., Sep-. 27. Senator
David I'. Hill, when asked to-day why
lie had not announced li is acceptance
of the- Democratic nomination for Gov
c-rnor of New York, replied: "I have
not yet been officially imformed of my
Simmons Liver Regulator is inval
uible in the nursery. It is a gentle.
1 ixative and harmless.
ESCAPE FROM DEATH
Now Demonstrative Rejoicing in a
Pennsylvania Minin-j District.
THE LIVES RESCUED FROjJ THE CAVE
f aint From Luck of Food and Drink, tho
Four Men, Sup-tmrrt to He Demi, are
Fouud Alive and I'nhartued.
Scrnm of Emtacy,
Scuaxton, Pa.. October 1. From ap
parently certain death on Thursday,
when a portion of the workings of the
northwest colliery at Simpson, near
Carliondale, caved in. William Mitchell,
(Jeorge Arney, John Fanning an t An
drew Klapkowaky are today the objects
of demonstrative rejoicing in the vil
lage. When the cave-in occurred their death
was regarded as certain, but on Thurs
day night the rescuers at work heard
responses to their tapping and it was
believed that there was one man to es
cape the fall. Yesterday when it Ite
came a certainty that all four were
alive the agony of Thursday was turned
into almost uncontrollable rejoicing.
They pushed their work more vigorous
ly then, and they pierced the black wait
that had made the prison, almost five
hours earlier than expe'eted.
The men were faint from lack of food
and drink, but these in stimulating
quantities were supplied them, and
they were shortly after midnight re
stored to their friends, hundreds of
whom stood massed at the mine's mouth
to receive them. They were taken to
their homes in wagons with demonstra
tions of joy greeting them along the
Their escape from death is regarded
almost a miracle, considering the ex
tent of the cave-in aud the fact that
they were at work right beneath it.
They had heard the warning of the
cracking roof and lied to a place ol
safety before the fall reached where
they were at work.
RIOTING NEAR VALDOSTA.
Negroe in a Turpentine Still Attack the
Manager Two of Them Killed.
Vai.hosta, Oa., October 1. There
was a small riot at the turpentine still
Saturday night near this place, in
which two colored men were killed and
members of the family of the manager,
a white man, were wounded. The
blacks had been lined for gambling by
the manager and the money taken out
of their wages. . They came here, got
drunk and went back to camp and
made an attack upon the manager and
his house. The manager's name is A.
Gillespie. He was wounded but not
seriously. His wife antl children were
bruised. A black man in the mana
ger's houes was killed. The rioters
then went away and got into a difficul
ty among themselves and one of them
GENERAL JAMES PEDEN DEAD.
Wat Minister to Hueno I nder 1'retiiilciil
Jacksonville, Fla., October 1. Gen
eral James A. Peden died here early
yesterday morning. James Alexander
Peden was born in Wilmington. X. 0.,
in 1S1. In 18.515 he came to Florida and
took part in the Seminole war. On the
breaking out of the Mexican war he
enlisted in Hayes Texas Rangers anil
served with distinction. After the
Mexican war he returned to Florida
and devoted himself to the practice oi
law. Under the administration of
President Pierce he was appointed
charge d'affaires to Uuenos Ay res and
served in that capacity for four years.
He represented Duval county for many
years in the legislature and was a
brigadier general of state troops.
NO DANGER IN THE FORESTS.
The FIren of the Past Few Da8 Ouciit-hed
by a Heavy llain.
IfitAiNKHi), Minn.. October l.-A
heavy rain set in at 7 o'clock yesterday
morning and all fear from the forest
lires has now passed. Saturday night
was a night of terror. The tires Ivul
eaten their way into the city limits and
a fierce gale was blowing the flames to
wards the residence portion of the city.
Hundreds were fighting the flames all
night and every one was awake and
anxious. The smoke was dense and the
red glare of angry flames forcibly re
minded the residents of the Hinckley
disaster. Scores of farmers have been
burned out in this district. Many com
ing into the city have lost all but the
clothing on their backs.
KAISER AT HIS HUNTING BOX.
Blending Pleasure With Work, and Writ
ing, at I Hual. an Operetta.
IIekmn, October 1. The Kaiser has
been spending a few days at his hunt
ing box at Komifent, and during the in
tervals between sport and business, has
completed an operetta based upon the
legend of "the wieland and the smith."
The emperor goes to Wisbaden on Octo
ber (J to unveil a monument to the mem
ory of his grandfather, Emperor Wil
liam I. He will return to Herlin the
same night to be in readiness to receive
King Alexander, of Servia.
MURDERED OVER RELIGION.
Two Brother in Alabama (Juarrel; a Fatal
Shooting Soon Follows.
Wakkixgtox, Ala.. October 1. Joe
and Tom Haney, two farmers and broth
ers, got into a fight yesterday over a re
ligious controversy and Tom was cut in
the breast by Joe. Later on Tom went
tothe house of Joe and emptied a gun
into him as he sat surrounded by his
family on his porch. Joe was badly
wounded and a stray shot killed Joe's
J-year-old girl. Tom then fled to the
Troublen That Didn't Come Singly.
Kext, O., October 1. During a base
ball game a Deerfield, in the eastern
part of this county, yesterday, the
pitcher in one team broke his arm at the
elbow while throwing a ball. Another
player wu at the bat and the ball hit
him on the head, driving him insane,
lie became violent and had to be locked
A lady died the other day in Eng
land, and in her will it was found that
she bequeathed the whole of her for
tune amounting to over $ 50,000, to the
editor of a new spaper, the perusal of
which had given her many happy
hours. This excellent example should
be universally followed Exchange.
If you :rj3l weak,
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A VOICE FROM WISCONSIN.
Senator Mitchell 'think iiill'H Nomina
tion the Stron;ret I'n-sit.I.-.
Wasiuxotox. October 1. Senatoi
Mitchell, of Wisconsin, v. ho is here 011
his way home from th seashore, says
of the nomination of hi.3 associate, Mr.
Hill, as governor of New York :
"It is the stro.igcst nomination tha
could have been made a.id ic will have
a stimulating effect all through the
country. Tlit-iv is no doubt of Hill's
sine'erity in saying lie does not want
the nomination, for who would yield a
seat in the I'nited States senate for the
governor.-.hip of New York?
" Possibly the presidency. as a
sctpiel to the governorship, might
make the 1 - haiige worth
while. I feel ta-rtain. however,
that Mr. Hill .lid not want t o enter the
gubernatorial st rug.-rles of New York.
While t here are rumblings of discon
tent from some of the auti Hill factioni
they wiM come around, and I have no
doubt he can carry the state if there is
a chance of carrying it."
WELLMAN IN WASHINGTON.
The I nmoiis Arrlir i:lor r Ki turns to
Hi Homo mill I '.
Washington. October I. Mr. Walter
Wellman, wlio has he;-n for a number
of years one nf the best known newspa
per men in Washington, and who has
this year achieved fame us an arctic ex
plorer, returned to hi ; home in this city
last evening. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Wellman. who has been here ail
summer, ami who went over to New
York to meet him on his arrival there.
The other three members of the expe
dition have not, yet returned tothe city.
Mr. Wellman is in the best of health
antl seems not a bit worse for his exper
iences in the far north, lie brings back
equally satisfactory accounts of the con
dition of the other Wash ingtonians who
accompanied him on Ids hardy dash for
the north pole.
FATAL STRUGGLE ON A BRIDGE.
Murtlcrmis s4ittilt hy :i liitt-lmrcftl Work
man on tilt- Siijx rintt ml nr.
Chicago, October 1 Martin Randall,
a discharged workman, attacked I Jeorge
Atkinson, superintendent in charge of
the iron work on the new Metropolitan
Elevated Itaih-oad bridge across the
Chicago river, last evening, and stabbed
him in the abdomen, indicting fatal in
juries. At the time of the assault At
kinson was sitting astride of a cross
beam above the river, giving orders,
and Kundull first attempted to push At
kinson from the bridge. The two men
engaged in a fierce struggle, which was
ended by Randall stab! ing Atkinson,
who lost his hold and fell into the
river. Ran. hill was arrested, antl At
kinson was taken from the water ami
removed to a hospital.
KILL EDB Y B UR GLA R S.
A North Hrolin:t Men hiinl Mm! Iii-:nl In
" I lis Siorr.
Rai.KIgii. N. V.. (Vtober I. - .lanies
r.rown. superintendent' of the lmg
Island cotton mill, near Statesville
missed articles from his store, antl
Saturday nijht informed his family
that he would sleep there and catch
the thief. Yesterday morning his
daughter went to the store about (
o'clock. She found the door unlocked
ami her father lying on the floor with a
bullet hole in his head and evidence of
a fearful struggle between him ami the
thief or thieves. lllood was on the
counters, door facing ami door knob
and articles scattered altout. all show
ing a hard fight for life. 1 frown was
an Englishman, fifty years of age. lie
came to this state seven years ago antl
was very popular. The people are
much wrought up over the cold-blooded
murder and robbery.
VESSELS FOR THE ORIENT.
Detroit antl M:i-hiii.s to hi Iis:tt-hetl to
the Seat of the liin:t-.l:iaii War.
Washington. October I. Tin? navy
department expects to be ready tomor
row to dispatch both the Detroit and
the Machias to the scat of the Chinese
Japan war. Roth war vessels have been
fitted up as rapidly as possible. It is
expected that the state department will
utilize bolh of these vessels to send
back to their owners the valuable Col
umbian relies loaned by the Vatican
and the Duke of Veragua to the world's
HONORS ON FOR THE PRINCE.
Arrniiceineiitt ill Hie KoeniKMlienj HiHlrii-t
for un Ovation to Uiniiai-t-k.
Rkim.IX, October 1. Arrangements
are being made in the district of Kocn
igsltcrg for a monster ovation to Prince
Rismarck at Varzin on October -JO. The
ex-chancellor has asked Dr. Schwenin
ger to tell the newspaper reporters who
were present last Sunday that the re
ports his- speech on that occasion
were the best examples of reporting he
lias seen for many years.
ARRANGE FOR THE TEMPLE CUP
Sew York antl Italtimoro Clubs Agree to
1'lay a Series of Six or Set. en tiiiim-H.
Chicago. October 1. The controversy
over the Temple cup series ended last
night. Captain llanlon of the Ralti
inore club, met Captain Ward, of the
Jvew.Aork club, here yesterday even
ing, and it was decided to play a series
of six or seven games in New York and
Raltimore. the series to end when each
club has won four games. The gate
receipts will lie equally divided.
SAVED BY A HEROIC GIRL.
She FlagH a WeMtern l'a.-isen-jer Train nntl
1'revenlH a Disaster.
Drm oi K, la., October 1. A Chieago
Great Western passenger was saved
from plunging through a burned bridge
between Dundee antl bamont by a seven-year
old girl living half a mile away.
On hearing the approaching train she
can beyond a curve and flagged it with
her red apron.
County Ollirers in Texas Arrested.
Dallas. Tex., October 1. County
Treasury' Win. Cole ami County Com
missioner McAdains, Orr ami Fisher
were arrested today, charged with em
bezzlement of funds from the county
treasury. The shortage is not definite
ly known but it is said to bt; abtut
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A Cow I'iiii into :l Mo iii -Tl.ini.
A cow was killed on the V. N. iS:
N. railroad Iy the incoming passen
ger train Thursday afternoon in a
somewhat unusual manner. It is not
generally known, but theie is an un
cxplained tendency in cattle on one
side of a railroad to cross the I rack
and get on the other side when they
see a train approaching.
The engineer looking ahead saw
two cows start on a run to cross the
track. Intimating that the train was
too close upon them tor them to cross
even ii he tried to slacken speed put
on steam ami forged ahead fo cut
them oft. This In.' succeeded in do
ing and thought the cows wen safe,
hut the firemen looking hack saw onej
ot them safe and the oih 1 lying Iy J
by the side of the irai k where she
had been knocked ocr.
Investigation showed that the cow
had been running with Mich lone
that she ran into the tiain striking
against the steps ofihe leiuh r, this is
shown by the twisting of tin in.ns in
the steps, they an so bi nt that li t v
have got to be takt 11 to a black
smith shop to be woikrd on. The
The eild cow it seems committed suicide-.
Another engineer of the mid h id
a similar experience a month or 10
ago -that cow however struck tin
train still further hack. She ran
against one of the cars. Xwbein
l';o tn l'liiltliy.
When the plowman counts the
clouds lie neglects the coin.
It is impossible to cultivate a good
1 . - ,
disposition in a lior.se bv sweat 1110 at
The effect of a mule's kirk t.t.. s.
not depend upon the soundness ol his
The slil house worm destroys more
corn than all the cut-worms put to
gether. Many men if they possessed a title
clear to mansions in the skit s," would
Stealing a horse is not a much
greater sin than uoikir.g one hard
on starvation rations.
It looks to me like an attempted
swindle to try to get plenty of milk
from a poorly fed cow. Rev. M.ition
Ramho in Ameiiean Agricultural
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physicians lor miles ab nit, but of no
avail and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discoyt ry in my store I sent
for a bottle- and began its use and
from the first dose began to get let
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up and about again. It is worth iis
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Senior Resident Physician.
Charlotte Observer: Miss Nan
nie Gannon, of Concord, had a shock
Monday. She was standing in the
kitchen during the storm. Lightn
ing ran 'down the chimney and struck
her body and shocking her. Fortu
nately she was not lnjureek
( "iivensboro Patriett: Jas. Jordan
a young w hite man of Rowan county,
had a miraculous escape from instant
death last week. He was caught by
a falling tree over two feet in diame
ter, ami was pinneel to the grenind
while a companion eait a seven-foot
log fo tm the tree so it could be rolled
away from him. Kvery stroke of the
axe ausi d him intense pain, but he
stuettl it manfully. I lis hips were
crushed yet it is possible he may re
cover. l aw tteville Observer: Gen'l
Gill. Receiver of the C. F. ci Y. V.
Railway was here last Saturday. He
ordered Sunday trains to be put on
throughout the line ahich will be a
gie.it convenient:- to the public; anel
he hail already caused the lapsed
month's pay of employes, running
for probably a year past, to be made
gootl which brought icliei to many
a household. The road lias already
under his management been greatly
he proved ami its business greatly in
ci east d three additional freight
trams having Ik input on.
Statesville Landmark: Last
Sunday afternoon a week ago, a w hite
man whose home is near Statesville,
but whose name we did not learn,
says he was knot kid down and rob
bed by a negro about a mile and a
hill below Klmwood. The white
man in tjie'stion had been woiking in
Concord ami was on his way home
near Slab sville. Late in (he after
noon, while walking along ihe rail
road bi low Klmwood, he was ap
proached bv the negro, who asked
him to give him change for a dollar.
The white man complied anel the
negro saw, during the transaction,
that he had considerable money.
The white man says he had walked
but a few steps w hen he was knocked
down ami when he attempted to get
up he received another blow on the
head. The mgro then jumped on
him ami took his pocket I took, con
taining $--6 in each, and left him.
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cme is cci tain if yon take Simmons
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h'ot KIM.1IAM, September 27 Solici
tor Mt N't ill math the losing, speech in
I In- Fuller trial this morning, and it was
an argument well worth listening to.
I he court house was filled to overflow ing.
I 'pon the closing of tlie speech
the J iitlgo delivered an impartial charge
to the jury, but ow inj.; to some over
sight of a technical point, a second
charge was delivered, ami the jury re
tired, remaining out about fifteen
or :veiity minutes, after u hit h a ver
dict of not guilty was returned.