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WILSON, WILSON COUNTY, N. C, NOVEMBER 8, 1894.
You will sec from the above
li-urcs that eiht years ago
Th.i Cash Racket Store casted
its lot with the good people
of this little city, and notwith
standing the prediction made
ly so many that a "one price,
cash be iore delivery" business
could not be successfully con
ducted here, it has speedily
grown from a little 25x60 feet
store to three times its origi
nal ize, and we believe it is
only a question of time when
we will be forced to ret more
room. What is the cause of
this rapid increase in business?
We answer Underbuy, Un
dersell, One price to all.
The first thing on the list is
10 doz. Ladies' Silk Em
chiefs worth 25c.
Our price only 9c.
The next is
ONE CASE STANDARD CALI
COES, CONSISTING of NAVY
15EUE IN NEW PATTERNS,
BLACK and BROWN GROUND
WITH LARGE OR SMALL
FIGURE. CUT WHAT YOU
WANT AT 5cts A YARD.
Then comes the "Mascot,"
a new thing in 6-4 all wool
dress goods at 44c. yard. Sold
elsewhere at 62 2 c. a yard.
Tiic Cash Racket Stores
V.Mi and Goldsboro Sts.
J J F. PRICE,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
WILSON, - - N. C.
vj years' experience." Office next to
Dr. Albert Anderson.
.Ii.o. K. U ,,o4.,r.i. . H. Vurtioroujrh, Jr.
WOUDARD tf: YARIJOROUGH,
Wn.hox, ' - - N. C.
Wi'l practice in the courts of Wilson,
Oreen, Kdgccombe and adjein-
II Associated in Civil practice
j R. UZZELL,
Attorney at Law,
WILSON, - - N. C.
I'r utiles wherever services are re-
i;i,iri;(l "j?"AH business will receive
'lln e in Well's Iluildinff.
II G. CONXOR,
Attorney at Law,
WILSON, - - N. C.
Of;i ,.'( IlraiM h 'o's. Hank Building.
GEO. M. LINDSAY,
ttorney at Law,
SXOW HILL, N. C.
. it : Wilson, Green Wayne
! ' n !!, at the office of W. E. War
- ., over f irst National Bank.
II. ;. WHITEHEAD.
;'! Cv Shi nodes.
l ' ; ; -ss Shingles on hand at
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a hand and can be furnished
1 notice. Yard on Railroad,
est side of Nash Street.
C. N. NURNEY.
r.l &tk Steam Dje Works.
; ' ss paid on packages.
th (i List. Address,
Steam Dying Co.,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
The Old Friend
And the Lest friend that never
foils you is Simmons Liver Regu
lator, (the Bed Z) that's what
you hear at the mention of this
excellent Liver medicine, and
people should not be persuaded
that anything else will do.
It is the King of Liver, Medi
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takes the place of Quinine and
Calomel It acts directly on the
Liver, Kidney and Bowels and
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Liquid, or in Powder to "be taken
dry or made into a tea.
Han the Z Stump in red on wrapper
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How lh Karl It wa Colonized.
According to a correspondent oi
the St. Louis Republic, man original
ly came to earth from Mars, riding
onthetailofa comet. At least he
gives that as the opinion of Mr. Wig
gins, the St. Louis weather prophet
and all around scientist. The pro
fessor has discovered that Newton's
idea about the law of gravitation is
way off; in fact theie is no such thing.
Me says that electricity is the great
thing in the univeise now, and that
all the motions of the planetary
bodies are controlled by that. It is
well known that when two bodies are
singularly electrified, they tend to fly
apart, and when they are oppositely
electrified, they tend to come togeth
er. The professor seems to think
that at some long past period some
comet approached the planet Mars,
and becoming similarly electrified,
started on toward the earth. A
man and h;s wife, too, perhaps,
happened to be close by, concluded
to take a little excursion, and jump
ing aboard were soon landed safely
on the earth, which they liked so well,
they concluded to colonize it.
IVsitivf mimI '; itive.
The race question is unsettled that
Hood's Sarsaparilla leads all reme
dies. Disease marches through all lands.
But good health blesses all who take
Dyspepsia is a great foe of the
human race. Hut Hood's Sarsapa
rilla puts it to flight.
Scrofula is one of the most terrible
of diseases. But Hood's Sarsaparilla
expels it from the system.
The people of this day like Job,
sutler from boils. But Hood's Sarsa
parilla is a sovereign remedy for
Catarrh is one of the most dis
agreeable disorders. But Hood's
Sarsaparilla is sure to relieve and
Rheumatism racks the system like
a thumb screw ' But it retreats be
fore the power of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Loss of appetite leads to melan
cholia. But Hood's Sarsaparilla
makes the plainest repast tickle the
Life is short and time is fleeting,
but Hood's Sarsaparilla will bless hu
manity as the ages roll on.
Figure Nfvr Lie
A good one is told on a Tarboro
attorney. In the argument in Has
sard Short vs. Hardison et. al. a dis
tinguished attorney was endeavoring
to prove to the jury by certain figures
that "so and so-' was right and he
vehemently exclaimed "for figures
can never lie." The Judge noted
the remark, and wrote on a slip of
paper to another brother attorney
that "figures can't lie, but liars
can certainly figure." Tarboro
Widow Well, Mr. Brief, have
you read the will?
Brief Yes, but I can t make any
thing out of it.
Heirs Let us have it patented. A
will that a lawyer can't make any
thing out of is a blessing. London
It inking XmM
In the ears-, sometimes a roaring,
buzzing sound, are caused bv Catarrh
that exceedingly disagreeable and
very common disease. Loss of smell
or hearing also result from catarrh.
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood
purifier, is a peculiarly successful
remedy for this disease, which it
cures by purifying the blood
Hood's Pills are the best after din
ner pills, assist digestion, prevent J
TALK OF THE BALLOT
Nothing Left But to Voto, ia the
ALL EYES URN ED ITOX NEW YORK.
KWtion Forecasts from Many f the
States Without Ouo S iifile Incep
tion the roils Will Close the
Hutttbt of lump tins.
Nkw York, November 5. At this
time all eyes are upon the empire state.
With every condition favoring a sweep
ing republican victory one month ugo
David ). Hill has thrown himself into
the breach and attempted to stop the
tide. He has made u campaign that
will be memorable for years to come,
lie has spoken two ami three Limes a
day to vast crowds of people and has
undoubtedly rreatly diminished the
avalanche of Mies which was (join; to
the lion. Levi P. -Morton. Whether he
has changed the tide or not will onlj'
be known tomorrow nifjht. The Shep
ardites and the anti-Hill men have kept
Everett 1. Wheeler in the raOv-, but he
will draw only a few thousand votes,
aad his candidacy is not expected to
affect tiie re suit.. 'Yivi republicans are
confident of winning. Charles W.
Mackett. chairman of the state commit
tee predicts Morton's election by 50.000.
AwHiting the Verdict tr the liailot.
The democratic managers declare
themselves satisfied that Hill will be
elected. Claims of a 10.000 to -iO.000
pluralit3' are made, and the enthusias
tic receptions g-iven the senator are
pointed out as certain indications of
the feeling all over the state. The
A. P. A. has been one of the leading
issues presented by the democratic
speakers. The proposed reapportion
ment and the tariff have also figured
prominently in the campaign. These
factors, an.l Uie uncertainty as to how
they will affect the independent voters,
make the result uncertain. !oth par
ties await the verdict of the ballots
The democrats say they will hold ;
their present number of representa- '
fives iu congress and gain the one in
New York city which was carried by 1
Lemuel W. Quigg. republican, last
year. The republicans claim they will
gain three in this city, three in Urook- ,
lyn, and five up the state. I
Not a Tammany Year j
In this city Tammany has one of the
hottest fights in its long history on its
hands. The revelations of the Lexow i
investigating committee have been
Uf-ed by the republicans, the committee
of seventy and all tiie other anti-Tain-
many organizations to down the local i
machine. An attempt was made by 1
Dr. I'arkhurst and o", hers to induce !
women to go into the campaign in
large numbers, but it has not been a
success. Colonel William L. Strong,
the anti-Tammany nominee, has had
the support of ministers, the press,
with only two or three exceptions, and
the reformers. Ex-Maj'or Hugh J.
Grant, the Tammany champion, says
he is confident of winning by from
10.000 to -20,000 votes, but the general
opinion prevails that this is not a Tam
OF THE FIGHT IN INDIANA.
Close of One of the .Most Noted Campaign
in Iter History.
IxniAXAPOi.ia, November 5. The In
diana campaign has closed. Never be
fore has the democratic party conduct
ed such a campaign of education. The
leaders feel confident of winning to
morrow. They claim that all that is
necessary now is to get out the vote.
There is no doubt that the democrats are
largely in the majority in the state,
art!! if the people will go to the polls the
party will triumph. Jeffersonville re
publicans have again adopted their
tactics of importing negro voters. Sev
eral were procured from Louisville last
night. The republicans realize that
their only hope lies in the strength that
may pe purchased with "Count"' Pull
man's 00,000 donation to the fund, and
they are letting it go with a free hand.
THE VOTE IN TENNESSEE.
The Kepubllrans Hold the I'oHsiliillties.
Ilouk Will be Defeated.
Kxoxvii.i.k, Tenn., Novembers. The
fight in this congressional district is be
tween John C. Ilouk, present member
of congress, and Henry II. (Sibson,
both claiming to be regular nominees
of republican primaries held last
March. It has been the most bitter
fight in the history of a political dis
trict famous for political feuds. Jloth
candidates claim election by good ma
jorities. While the democrats will
vote for Ilouk, the chances are largely
in favor of Gibson. In the first con
gressional district, always safely re
publican, the candidates are W. C. An
derson, republican, T. A Cox. demo
crat, and K. S. Cheeves, prohibitionist.
Anderson's majority will be from five
thousand to ten thousand.
THE FORECAST IN LOUISIANA.
Democrats and Kepublicans AVill ltoth
Get a Share of the KeprrsentativeH.
Nkw Orleans, November 5. The
congressional campaign in this state
has been the most active for years. The
democrats claim that they will semi a
solid delegation to congress from Lou
isiana, (in the other hand. the sugar
planter republicans claim that they
will carry the second and third districts
sure and hope to defeat General Meyer
in the first by the election of Lernochau.
Non-partisans believe Coleman, repub
lican, will be elected in the second dis
trict, and that Ileatie, republican, will
receive a majority of the votes in the
Sunday Ulaase in Nw Orleans.
New Orleans, November 5. Fire
yesterday afterntion destroyed the
freight sheds of the West Indian and
Pacific steamship company on the levee
between Felicity and St. James streets,
together with contents, including 4,000
bales of cotton, valued at 120,000; loss
Not a Mistake.
Sumac Archie Gregory in his
speech at Tar River raised his one
arm and said, "Fellow citizens I got
one arm snot offin the wrr and be
fore I would tell you the truth I
would have this vine shot off." He
saw his mistake and correct' d it,
when several voices in the crowd
said: "Don't change it! you hit it
right!" Oxford Ledger.
COLOR OF THE HOUSE
Chairman Mauley Predicts the
Passing of tha Democracy.
MAJORITY FROM TEN TO TWENTY-FIVE
Asserts That the Defeat of Springer, llol
inun and V ilson is Certain, ami That
the Ascendency in the Sen
ate Will he Lost.
Washington-. November 5. The New
York Tribune prints today an inter
view with Joseph II. Mauley, chairman
of the republican national executive
committee tin the political situation in
which he says: It is no prophecy to
assert that the republicans will carry
the majority of the congressional dele
gations in vo states out of the 44 on
Tuesday and thus have a clear majori
ty of the states in the next house of
representatives which will end all ef
fort in the presidential election of '!M of
an attempt to throw the election of
president and vice-president into the
house. It is reasonably assured that
the republicans will organize the next
house of representatives having a' ma
jority varying from ten to twenty-five.
All indications point to the defeat of
Mr. Springer in Illinois. Mr. Ilolnian
in Indiana and Mr. Wilson m West Vir
ginia. The democrats will lose after
the -Ith of March next, their ascendancy
in the Totted States senate.
BROTHER SHOOTS EROTHER.
lut H ruses to State How the Shooting
Dint.hamtox, N. V., November 5.
Frederick Smith, aged sixteen, shot and
killed his brother William, aged four
teen, yesterday, dust how the tragedy
occurred is unknown, there being no
witness and Frederick being in an un
conscious condition, apparently from
grief. Passers-by were startled by
Frederick running out on the stoop ami
shouting for aid. When the neighbors
went in they found William lying on
the tloor in a pool of blood with a re
volver by his side, while Frederick held
another, conta'n'r g i ne car:ri ige and a
cartridge shell. R was surmised that
the brothers had quarrelled, but the
relatives think it is a case of accidental
shooting, as the boys had great affec
tion for each oilier. ,
SOCIETY FIGURES IN COURT.
The Trial of Two Celebrated Cases Begins
Nkwi'oijt, November 5. There are
two case.s of interest to society people
which came up in the supreme court
this morning and which many hope
will tro to trial. One in particular w ill
create a sensation. This is the alleged
slander ease brought by Edwin Thomas
Lr.rge against Marietta II. Stephens,
known to the world as "Aunty Paran."
The other case is that of Victor Sor
chan against the Newport Electric rail
way. Mr. Sorchan lost a hor.-e the day
before his marriage to Miss Charlotte
Ilnnnewell. and is suing the railway
for. ,0()( damages. There are several
other ininor cases against society peo
ple, but none that have created so much
talk in the smart set as these.
LARGEST IN ALL THE WORLD.
John ,1m '. Ator to lioiiil Sik Ii a Ilotrl
.Adjiiinini; the Waldorf, in New York.
Xew York. November 5. It is said
that New York is to have the largest
metropolitan hotel in the world. John
Jacob Astor is going to build such a
hole-! on the southwest corner of Fifth
avenue anil Thirty-fourth street, ad
joining the Waldorf. It will be
feet long, 100 feet wide and several
stories higher than the Waldorf. Henry
1!. Ely, manager of Aster's property,
said yesterday that all other hotels
would be surpassed in every way. It
will lie run in connection with the Wal
dorf by Mr. I'.oldt, without any attempt,
'TWAS LOVE'S CLOSE CALL.
An Klopeuifiit in Kentucky Wan .More I i--iti:i
'l liaii Koiiiitiitie.
llpi!. Ky.. November 5. John
Tharp deputy circuit clerk of .Madison
county and Miss Kate McChord eloped
from this point to Jelico last night.
They drove here from Richmond hotly
pursued by I)av McChord a brother of
the young lady, and Will Deatherage,
her brother-in-law, who were said to be
armed with shotguns, and made every
effort to intercept the young couple.
It is aid that this was the third time
that they have made an attempt to
elope. They were accompanied by Mr.
Jim Dudley and .Miss Minnie Zittel.
Nlr. llichard Cobb and .Miss Saiiie
CLEANED OUT THE CAM P.
A Iluiiling l'arty Arrested by I nil an I'o
lice 011 the Osage Reservation.
GrTiiiME. O. T., November 5. A. C.
Atherton, of Fort Scott ; J. McManus
and two other men of Joplin, Mo., and
four or tive men of South Kansas,
who composed a hunting party in the
Osage reservation, were arrested by a
squad of Indian police and their guns,
ammunit ion, dogs and camp equipment
confiscate.!. They were allowed to
keep their horses, but were or.iered off
the reservation at unce. All hunters
will get the same treatment on the res
ervation this winter.
WIFZ A PA.iTY TO THI CH.WZ.
The Confession of the Heal Murderer of
Young Van l'elt in Texas.
Ft hit Worth, Tex., November 5.
George Van Pelt, a wealthy joung man
of Trenton was assassinated a few days
ago. Sidney Seth. aged about IS), has
confessed to the crime, saying that Mrs.
Van l'elt induced him to kill her hus
band. The officers had a hard time in
keeping the guilty man from being
Coal Can He Mar tei.-d t'he.ip.
Marshall. Mo., November 5. The
immense coal mines, nine miles north
of this city, have been tested, and the
new owners say that, coal c.tn be blast
ed and placed on the dump as low as 25
cents; a tea.
Th Value of Coins.
The value of gold co'n is in its
weight; the value of silver coin is the
government stamp on it. The
value of Simmons Liver Regulator is
the relief it gives from biliousness
and sick headache. A 25c package
of powder has permanently cured
many a one.
NOT ALL EVANS' WAY
Pope, the Independent Reformer,
Closc3 a Strong Canvass.
THE FACTIONAL FIGHT IN CAROLINA.
Nominating Conventions Recalled and the
Story of the Dissent ions Told Pope's
Candidacy Regard is Formid
ableNext ill Congress.
Chaki.kstox, S. C, November 5. It
is well known that the campaign in
this state began as a one-sided affair,
the so-called reform faction of the dem
ocratic party having it all their own
way, neither republicans nor conserva
tive democrats nominating any candi
dates. The result Mas that four promi
nent reformers presented themselves
for governor. These were John (lary
Evans, well kno n as u bitter partisan
and Tillman's tool in the legislature;
W. H. Ellerbe, the present comptrol
ler general, a young farmer and out
and out reformer, but not so bitter as
Evans; Sampson Pope, an original re
former, but an anti-dispensary man,
and in favor of harmony in the state
and W. I). Evans, president of the alli
ance, a solid former and a moderate
The Nominations Recalled.
Evans was chosen at the reform pri
mary. Then luauy of the conservatives
revolted and in the hope of being aided
by the disappointed reformers called a
convention to nominate an indepen
dent ticket, but cooler heads succeeded
in defeating the purxise of the conven
tion and no ticket was nominated.
Meantime Sampson Pope, one of the
reform candidates had refused to run
in the reform primary and when the
general democratic primary was held
also withheld his name so that Evans
had no opposition at the so-called dem
ocratic primary. Pope then came out
as an independent candidate to try his
success at the general election.
Pope came out as opponent of the
constitutional convention also, and this
gave him a new boom to his canvass
and his candidacy became a matter of
some importance. He will be support
ed by many reformers, conservatives
and republicans, but it is not generally
believed that he can be elected as he
has no organized party at his back.
The Congressional Fight.
The seven congressional districts will
probably continue as they are now
six democrats and one republican. The
candidates ate as follows: First, El
liot, democrat, Murray republican: sec
ond, Talbert democrat; third, Latimer,
democrat: fourth, Wilson, democrat,
Mellon. republican; fifth. Straight,
Tillmanite, Davie, democrat, Clark, in
dependent; sixth. McLaurin. democrat;
seventh. Stokes, democrat, Johnson,
DEMOCRATIC DAY IN FLORIDA.
The I hitirmiin of the Executive Committee
Believes the Ititttln .Vlrculy Won.
Jacksonvu.i.k, Fla., November 5.
Florida will tomorrow vote for two
members of the national house of rep
resentatives and the indications are
that Messrs. Sparkman and Cooper, the
democratic nominees in the first and
second districts, respectively, will be
elected by a handsome majority. In
the first district Hon. S. M. Sparkman,
of Tampa, who was nominated by the
democrats to succeed Hon. S. II. Mal
lory. is opposed by Mr. McKinnon. of
JIariana. In the second district Hon.
C. M. Cooper, of Jacksonville, who was
named by the democrats to succeed
himself, is opposed by Mr. Atkinson,
populist, of Marion county.
l'.oth .Messrs Sparkman and Cooper
have canvassed their districts thor
oughly, lided by a full corps of able
speakers and they express themselves
confident that they will receive large
majorities. The chairman of the democratic-campaign
committees also talks
POPULISTS' HOPES IN GEORGIA.
Chances of Success in the Fourth, Ninth
and Tenth Hist riots.
Macon, Ga.. Novembers. The politi
cal situation in Georgia on the eve of
the election, is not so simple as it has
been in past years. The populists have
undoubtedly developed strength in sev
eral districts. It is probable that the
democrats, as usual, will elect a full
delegation to the lower house of con
gress. It is many years since a repub
lican has secuied a seat in that body
from Georgia, but this result is not ab
solutely certain. In the districts
named, the populists have a ehance of
success, especially in the fourth, ninth
URGES UNITY IN ALABAMA.
lion. K. I.. Knssell, Solicitor of the Mobile
and Ohio, Ta tcei the Hard Times.
Mobile, Ala.. Novembers. Hon. E.
L. Kussell. general solicitor of the Mo
bile and Ohio railroad, has issued a
long address to the voters of this state
in which he urges democratic unity in
the coming election. He traces the
cause of the panic last year and the
ensuing hard times, charging it all to
the republicans, and makes answers to
the the campaign arguments of ex
Speaker Keed and Governor McKinley,
and points out what he considers dan
gerous theories of the populists.
VAY OF THE TRANSGRESSOR.
A New York lClgamist Caught and Arrested
Hartfoud, Conn.. Novembers. Gov
ernor Morris has signed a requisition
sent by Governor Flower, of New York,
for the arrest of Alonzo II. Holmes, of
Onondaga county, N. Y. Holmes is
under arrest in Norwalk, and is wanted
for bigamy in Syracuse, where it is
said he has three wives. He has been
running a hotel in Norwalk for nearly
Reconstructed Cabinet in Spain.
Madrid, November 5. Premier Sa
gasta, who resigned in company with
all of his colleagues several days ago,
has reconstructed ths cabinet. All
took the oath of office before Queen
regent Christiana yesterday.
Itucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Rest Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
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pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perlect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B.
V. Margrave, Druggist
nd Bagging t hall price
Greensboro Patriot: Logan
Meadows, Jasper Robertson, and
Rob it Urooks, all three for murder
and four other prisoners, made their
escape from the Roboro jail this
morning between 3 and four o'clock.
They prized off their cell door and
with the hinges dug out through the
floor, which was made ol cement.
Monroe Journal: Last Monday
a white man, Reise Mills, and a
negro, Henry Thomas, got into a
fracas on Mr. D. A. Covington's
plac where they both ; worked,
which le.su'ud in both being shot
with the same uistol. Mills was shot
in the breast but not dangerously.
Thomas through the abd-nnen, and
Charlotte Observer: Mr. Win.
Nicholson, who was mentioned in the
Observer last week as bing here in
search ef relatives, has made a tour
of the county, but hiund no trace of
any ol his kindred. He visited the and honor of king and country could
old cemetery at Steel Creek. There well be placed. I had numbers of
he fojnd several Nicholsons, and he others, some of whom I could not
supposes th.U those he seeks for in trust at all, some I could barely
the church yard lie. Mr. Nicholson trust, and others who were not prop
wiil return West to-day. He goes to ; erly trail ed. It was owing to the
KnoxviHe where his parents first ; fact of my having learned in the
stopped alter leaving Mecklenburg,
and will spend several days these.
Clinton Democrat: On last
Saturday morning there was a heavy
fall of hail stones in this section. The
hail stones were large, but not as
large as they were in Wilmington
where they must have attained the
size of Oatrich eggs from the fallow
ing report in Sunday's Messenger.
'The size of the hailstones and the
tremendous force with which they
came down can be judged when it
is stated that they broke through the
tin on the roofs of numbers ol build
ings and left considerable indentation
in the wooden substructure.
Kinston Free Press: In Greene
county, .-ibout three miles irom Or-
mondsville, last Friday Qjinn Dunn,
a wealthy colored man, who was well
thought of, shot and killed Join
Cowaid, a colored boy about 16
years old, who worked on his place.
It seems that Dunn's dog was after
the boy's hog and the boy kicked
the dog away. Dunn told the boy
if he kicked his dog again he would
shoot him. The boy kicked the dog
again and Dunn shot him dead with
his pistol, the bail entering his tem
ple. Dunn took t the wootls and
at !at accounts had not been captur
ed. I lenderson Gold Leaf: Death
is s; d under all and any circum
stances, but when it overtakes a man
ra the prime and vigor of lite under
mysterious surroundings violently
and sudden'y it is peculiarly so.
Monday Mr. Tom Skinner, a young
gentleman well and favorably known
to many of our readers in this, War
ren, and Halifax counties, was in town.
Lnte in the evening he was drinking
and his condition was such as to at
tract attention on that account. He
was seen on the street at a late hour
and Mr. Joe Hayden, of the police
force, took him to the hotel He did
not remain there long and ii. is said
he was on the street again about 1 1
o'clock. That is the last account that
could be given o1 htm until next
morning, near Greystone, about two
miles from town, his dead body,
mangled and bleeding, was found on
the railroad track.
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
claimed for them, the following four
remedies have reached a phenomen
al sale. Dr. King's New Discovery,
for consumption, coughs, and colds,
each bottle guaranteed Electric
bitters the greatest medicine for
liver, stomach and kidneys. Buck
len's Arnica Salve the beit in the
word, and Dr. King's New Life Pills
which are a perfect pill. All these
remedies are guaranteed to do just
what is claimed for them and the
dealer whose name is attached here
with will be glad to tell you more of
them. Sold at Ilargrave's drug stcre.
An ICxiiort Opinion.
"Well, Sam Wing," asked the
reporter, "what is your opinion con
cerning the Chinese Japanese war?"
"Two centee collar, fi' centee cuff
10 centee shirt," said Sam Wing.
Then the reporter went back to the
office and wrote up a column inter
view "with a prominent Chinese citi
zen." New York World.
1 a cure. What it has done for
others it will do for you. Be sure to
get Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Highest of all in Leavening
Wellington's (ireatest Hat tic.
' A hitherto unpublished letter ol
the Duke of Wellington, written to
Colonel Wilke, one of the garrison of
St. Helena when Napoleon was there,
contains the following interesting
reference to the duke's greatest bat
tle: I They used to call me the Sepoy
general. It is due to my having been
a sepoy general that I won the bat
tle of Waterloo. It taught me where
to place men with whom I could
trust the honor of England and where
to plate men who were not so satis
factory. I had troops with me at
Waterloo in w hose hands the safety
! Sepoy wars to place the best of the
men m uie parts 01 me rieici wnere
the greatest courage and bravery
.' . ! r . 1 r t 1 ,
were required, and others where
those qualities were not required,
that I won the battle of Waterloo.
A K! 111:1 nti Marriage.
Raleigh, N., C. November 3.
The local sensation here to-day was
the romantic marriage of Miss Eliza
beth Howes, the daughter ot Mr.
Henry Howes, a wealthy importer of
Philadelphia, and W. W. Whitehead,
1 .1 ,
xT vr . , , , , i
ISiew York and opened a brokerage'
.... -, . , , , ,
and banking establishment, a branch
r - 1.1 o r r
ol Cuthbert x Company, of New
v.u i- ir 1 v dl'i j , ,
York. Miss Howes left Philadelphia
, . . . . .
last evening at 6 o clock and joined
, , , , , ,
her sweetheart here at 1 o clock to-
day. She was met by the prospec-
tivc groom and immediately driven
to the residence of Dr. Tuttle, chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wii- J
kinson, w here they were joined in '
the holy bonds of matrimony. The
following letter was sent to Mr.
Henry Howes: "Arrived safely.
Married one o'clock. (Signed) Eliz
abeth Howes Whitehead"
II l-.V i. Illin!
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not lie cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHF.NF.Y & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F.J. Cheney for the Hst fifteen years,
and believe hiin perfec ly honorable in ,
all business transactions and financi
ally aide to carry out any obligations
made by their firm.
West & Tkcax; Wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Wai.dinc. Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O.
Hail's Catarrh cure is taken intern
ally acting directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Tes
timonials sent free. Price 75c per hot
t'e. Sold by all druggists.
Times are so haid that many men
are cutting their moustaches off so
they can smoke their cigars shorter j
Are You Fortified?
"When you are in a low state of health, and on the verge of
illness, there is no nourishment in the world like
i r 4 iy'--a-c5ay
to restore strength. Scott's Emulsion nourishes, fcfrcn;,'th-
Scott tL Bowne, N. Y.
Do You Suffers
From Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Kidney, Liver,
Lungs, or Bladder Trouble? If so, use
Swineford's Arsenic Lithia Water.
IT ITSILL CUH3 Z"z:
Office of C. E. Mookf.,
Physician and Surgeon, Tarboro Street,
Wilson, N. C, October 2, 1S94.
Mr. Oscar Swixeford:
Dear Sir. Yours received, and in reply will say that I have used your
Arsenic-Lithia Water for the past month in two cases of urine acid diathe
sis with very satisfactory results, and have found it very efficacious in cer
tain forms of dyspepsia due to inactive secretions.
As a pure table water it is all that could be desired.
Very respectfully yours, Nx.,
C. E. Moore.
Tower. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Almost n New York Daily.
That Democratic wonder. The
New York Weekly World, has just
changed its weekly into a twice-a-week
paper, and you can now get the
two papers each week.
Think of it! The news from New
York right at your door fresh every
three days 104 papers a year.
We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish Tin: Advance
and the twice-a-week New York
World all for$i 50 a year. Here is
the opportunity to get your ow n local
paper and the New York World
twice every week at extraordinarily
N". C. Iiiiversily Jte.it, (H-.n-rl.nvn College.
Washington, November 3.
Twenty-two legs, blue striped wilh
white and twenty-two legs, striped
blue and' gray, were mixed into many
an indistinguishable mass on the
Georgetown campus to-day, and after
an hour of playing and about as
much time spent in wrangling and
the resuscitation of the players ren
dered temporarily "hois de combat",
the champions of North Carolina, the
football team from the University of
N. C. had added another game to
their list of victories.
Heai of the House (to young
man at front door) Ilea ven't I told
you, sir, never to call here again?
w,,.,,, vt.,., v.... ..: t... t
uuilt J'i.lll 1 to, Ml, UUl l
haven t called to see Miss Clara this
time. I have a three months gas
D1'l to collect,
TI , , , lT
Head of the House (in a milder
. T ,r .,, ,
tone) I see. You will please call
. - ,,.
again. Tit Hits,
a m.ii.i ici.joyn '
The pleasant flavor, gentle action
and soothing t fleets of Syrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or Li lious,
the most gratifying results follow its
use; so that it is the best family reme
dy known, and every family should
have a bottle on hand.
Ailo'i t is.-.
There is a man who sells his stock.,
Whose credit standeth as a rock
Whose name is known by all who buy
Whose face shines with prosperity.
Who is this man? (Jive him your ear
His goods lie advertises here.
, He Do you believe in marrying
for money, Miss Antique?
She I don't know; how much
have you got? Epoch.
Smiley Now, remember, I don't
want a very large picture.
Photographer All tight, sir.
Please close your mouth. London
Don't buy old Ties when you can
get new ones at Young's.
Go to Young Iiro's. lor Uagging and
I Ties at hall price.
ens, promotes the making of f.oiid
flesh, enriches the Llood and tones up
the -whole system.
lor Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, EroBcLitb,
Weak Lungs, Consumption, Scrofula, Anaiaia,
Lossof Flesh, Thin Bahies, "Weak Claldren, aad
all conditions of Wasting.
Buy only the genuine! It has our trade
ma; k on salmon-colored wrapper.
Send for pamphlet on S'otCs Emulsion. FIlF.r..
Druggists. SO cents and SI.