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WILSON, N. C APK1L 4, 1895.
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fi RACKET STORES
j. M. LEATH,
; XASII and TARllORO Si's.
i V .ft
..ro-'TLe oM-'asliioDcd andal
j T.-pvs reliable remedy for
s'oniacb disorders. One
' has killed 614 worms.
Thousands of people living to-day
f.v: t'iicir life to this medicine.
Ths Kiine eood medicine
Ihf t :t h--- fifty venrs -go.
1 1 v,..r ., r:i::!rs.st or s.i.rt kn -ycr docs not
leu. iv , v:.V-. !)." nr.' 1-o'tli-10
4 S. f-'flEY. OaKimore, Md
WHK.N vor want- .- .
just set vo;:r ran (et uin re I can see
it and it will be l.ih-cl. I make the
rounds daily, .i'I will sell you oil at
n i-ul.tr i.i ii es. No t xtra charge- for
delivering it at vour door.
jr. " 1 f
Ben Hur -Fair
DrciQinonds Addresses - - .50
WITH MANY OTHERS AT
nasi i stri:i-;t.
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t.iL'i.i- CALL VOL
A DISREPUTABLE PRACTICE
which the people of the South
are resenting, is the efforts of
t ome to sell them imitations for
th real Simmons Liver ilcgu
hlor, brcau.se they make more
money by, the imitation; and
t.Vy cure liltle that they swindle
iha people iu selling them an
inferior article. It's the momy
llcy are i-iu r, and the people etui
look out for themselves. Now
lii is is just what the people are
doing, JU'i.'l meieliants are having
a hard time trying to get people
to take the ftuif they effer them
in place of Simmons Liver Reg
ulator which is the "King of
Liver Medicines," because it never
fails to give nlief in all liver
troubles. Be sure that you get
Simmons Liver Regulator. You
kn w it by efftgg the same
old stump J of the Red
Z . a the pi WJFW package.
ei y u, f F5- jlrl ami people
wh.) have be-n ptr-
saad--1 h take something else have
ab.vys eome back again to The
Oid Friend. Hotter not take any
thing els but that made by J.IL
Zeilin & Co.; Philadelphia.
MISTAKE, AFTER ALL.
ti And Nothing for a Iwcsprctiibln Colored
j (ici'tlmsin to Worry About.
A serious blunder occurred in a West
U Virginia county not lonjr aj;o. A nu;n
ber of tlie farmers had sustained losses
X of sheep from their respective iloeks,
jg and, being1 skeptical as to tlie eiiieiency
of the law oilicers, one nig-ht t'jok the
ij j mutter in their own hands. A dozen or
more of them proceeded some inilca
j away, to the liouse of Ilehobotli Jem
t"t ! son, and, notwithstanding hi;- protcsta
ii tions of innocence, K'ave him a severe
tj j drubbinff.
i The ail'air created no little stir, a
: Rehoboth was u very resp.ee table col
li 1 I ored r-aan, who owned a sim; little farm
l' 1 and was a deacon in the Ilaptist church.
lie naa mo eonnaence ana esteem oi
his whit? neighbors, who were so
worked up over the matter that they
consideredhe expediency of an investi-
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meat of the raiding party.
Within a few days the farmers discov
ered they had m.ule an awkward mis
take, the guilty party having boon
caught red-handed and had made a fail
confession; so, being in the main a right
good set of fellows they decided to ofier
balm to Reholxith for his many wounds.
Three of their number were designated
a committee with full power to act, and
they hastened to the discharge of their
duty. Old Rehoboth was sitting in Ids
neat little cabin with bandaged head,
while his wife was applying1 a cooling
wash to his lacerated back. The com
mittee looked foolish and scarcely knew
ho-.v to begin; but finally one of the
number stammered out an apology, and
added that they were willing to pay a
reasonable amount as recompense for
"La, child, how you docs talk, sho'lyl
Ameekin' sich a furse u:t I's ersharnod
on ye! You jes" git I Kick tor yer homes
n'staydar. I ain' axin" nuilin' 'n don'
want iimlin'. W'y honey, ef I done tuck
n erbout de misteeks er white folkses
I'd i 's" be plum' rais'able harf de time."
Our better halves say they could not
-cp house without Chamberlain's
'ongh remedy. It is used in more
than h;i!f the homes m Leeds Sims
Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows the
esteem in which that remedy is he'd
whe it has been sold for years and is
weil known. Mothers have learned
that there is yothing so good for colds
croup and whooping cough, that it
cures these ailments quickly and per-
manei tiv. and that it is pleasant and
sale tor children to lake. 25 ami 50c
bottles for sale bv L. M. Nadal.
roi'n2 t.iip iipppir.
A humorous old suburban fanner
tells the following story of how he once
fooled a toll-gate keeper: "It was
when 1 was a drummer, lie said, imiLi
selling goods around through couiitry
towns in these parts. I was goin'
through one of these old gates, and I
slowed up a bit and asked of the old
fellow at the dKr: 'Ah. iny friend, do
preachers pay to go through your
gate?' 'No, sir,' said he; and with a
profound obeisance he waved me on
and backed into his little room.
"Well, after that I passed through
some eight or ten times, when one day
he accosted me as 1 drove up:
" ( iood day, sir,' he said; "what
church do you preach at, sir, may I
" 'None, my good fellow, none,' I re
plied. " 'What! Didn't you tell me you wuz
a preacher,' said he.
"'No,' I said, 'I only asked you if
preachers had to pay. I was just a
little curious to know.' Well, yon
should have seen that old fellow's face,
as it dawned upon him where the jokt
came in." National Tribune.
( areor UrTore Hrr.
"I suppose you loved your last hus
band dearly." said .Mrs. Hunter, of Jer
sey City, to Mrs. Lakeshore. of Chicago.
"I haven't married my last husband
yet," was the reply. "If you mean to
express a mpnosition that I loved my
most recent husband,! can say that J
did." Town Topics.
fill. UI.-ll H Arni-: Salve.
The Hest Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheuni,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, ami all Skin erup
tions, and positively cures Files, or no
nav reonireil. 1 1 is iriiaranteed to give
perfect satislaction, or money rciuiKieo.
1 j 1 . - iii
I'rice 23c per Dox. ror saie oy 1.. vv .
Sfivon Iu..l Arrai.Ro.t Without Arm. "
Hi: pa Pest, March SO. Seven of the
eight duels arranged between the elec
tion officer Turnoczy and deputies have
been settle ! amical ly. Mutual apolo
gies were offered for the abusi'CB lan
i iruairc which provoked the hllfi'.
( lcvei mid Firm irt the ontrutji.
Waphinoton. March 20. The con
tract for furnishing the heating appa
ratus for the Jacksonville, r I or; da.
public building, was yesterday awarded
Chafer t Pecker, of Cleveland, Ohio, at
IN NORTH CAROLINA
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Throughout the Stato.
WILMINGTON'S SEW POLICE BOARD.
' A:t PusstMl l.y th Lat North Carolina
Lr;rtlatui' I !i:it .)ut Ciiiiim to l.iifht.
Oilier State- Xi ttn Con.t.-l.sed
; lu short Paragraphs.
j ItAi.KWM, N. ., March iU. An net of
; the Legislature has been disci ivcred in
j the secretary of state's ofiice, without
doubt a "snealied-in-bill," which is
far-reaching ami damaging since no
1 debts can be preferred, by mortgage or
t otherwise. It aiso prevents the bor
; rowing of money on mortgage, on real
i estate nr chattels, or on crops by a per
' son who is in debt to p;:r: ies other than
! the lender. It reads as follows:
j An act to rofrulalo asslemm nis:
The cem-ral uswnMy of North Carol !r. do
I enact: Swtton 1. Tint all ccMitionitl rales,
j assicrnmcnts. inorl..-;i';s or 1i ds In trust
j which n-e exeer.r. .l to sot-ure ray dt-lit olill
; (ration, note nr In -a v.-Iiica y:ve ptt; rerpnen to
i any creditor of the maker, shall bp iiis..lntcly
j void as lo fxlsiim; creditors. See. 8. Thiit
j ail liiws In cciiiiict with this aft nr-: Nuvliy ro-
pr-air.l. Si c. S. That this art shall Lo in loree
from and ufti-r Its latifcution. Kaiilied Srd
flav of ?.l:iri-h. 1'.
There, is likely to le much trouble
growing ont of transactions contrary
to the above :nadu since the :'.tl day of
March, for this act was not known un
WILMINGTON'S TOLICE GOARD.
Orcanlze mid Miaku Up th City Ottlco
Wi: MiXi Tox, N. C March :;0. Tho
police boa ril. consisting1 of five mem
bers, of which four nre republicans and
one populist, organized yesterday.
This board was created by the late
fusion leg-is'ature and has control of all
the patronage, and appointments with
one or two exceptions.
There was a pretty -enoral shaking
up, though quite a number of positions
were, given to de.iverats. among them
chief mid assistant chief of the are de
partment, superintendent oi' health and
the secretary of the p: 'lice board. The
chief of police is a populist. The cap
tain and three out of four sergeants
are democrats. Nearly half of the pri
vates are democrats. The balance are
populists and republicans, including
The board of aldermen, consisting of
eight democrats and two republicans,
and the board of audit and ti nance,
composed entirely of democrats, hold
over for two years under the act of the
legislature. These two boards control
GOVERNOR CALLS HIM BACK.
A North ttro I tun Miirlrtr, Arrstnl In
IVnnHyIvni, MiihI Keiarn.
Uai.kioi!, N. C, March MS. -(..over nor
Carr yesterday made a requisition 011
Governor Hastings, of Pennsylvania,
for Walter .Johnson, who for years has
been wanted for murder. In ISMI he
killed Warren Davis, of Northampton
county and Governor Powle offered
f .'OO reward for him. He fled and has
never been heard of since until his ar
rest in Pennsylvania a short time ;o.
'TWAS A COSTLY EXPERIENCE.
North Cfirnltna I n.l!v I'uys Heavily for
Iiti'llllna: MAinpcd fackages.
Washington, March 80. Secretary
Carlisle yosterdaj compromised the
caf-e against H. O. Jenkins, of the Fifth
North Carolina district for re-filling
stamped packages, etc., and failing to
pay tax, by the defendant paying 010.
J. F. Jenkins of the some district, son
of the former, for aiding and abetting
the father, was fined S'-J'.K).
Minister llansom OfT to II is I'ost.
Wi:mon N. C March .Senator
Hansom left for Washington yesterday,
lie will leave for Mexico tonight. His
son Robert will accompany him.
NORTH CAROLINA IN BRIEF.
There are 170 convicts in the peniten
tiary. 85 of thorn having arrived last
Winston manufacturers shipped over
'2.)'.l.i!H0 pounds of plug and twist to
bacco last week.
The cotton receipsat Raleigh to date
this season by wagon are 32.400 bales
against J4.00 to date last year.
Mr. Wm. Fraley. an Iredell county
republican, who was appointed a magi
strate by the recent legislature, will
A strong company has been organ
ized at Lexington and dirt broken for
the erection of a large fui n'tnre fac
tory near the railroad.
The first carload of corn shipped from
pmeville since the war was shipped a
few . ays ago by Messrs. Kodman,
Heath A Nevin.
The Aurora says that three carloads
of monazite, worth SI. 000. was shipped
from Shelby last week -one direct to
Dresden via steamer from Charleston.
During March 2.0,J7,77r pounds of leaf
tobacco were sold on the Winston
market. This is an increase of S4S,H'6
pounds over the same month last year.
Mayor Rodman, of Washington, and
Professor Powman. principal of the
Washington graded school, had a fight
last week over the graded school ques
tion. For forging an order of five cents on
the Klkin and Jonesville P.ridge com
pany. Tom Claude, a Yadkin boj has
been sent to the penitentiary for one
Arrangements have been made for
the erection of three new factory build
ings at High point this spring, (.round
has already been broken for the mam
moth building of the Snow lumber
Tho btattfsville Landmark under
stands that on the next Sunday after
the Shem.vell-Payne tragedy the pastor
of the of the Metholist church of Lex
ington preached a sermon against capi
Saturday Mr. Thomas W. Mason sev
ered his long connection with the rail
road commission. Monday S. Otho
Wilson took the oath before a justice of
the supreme court and the seat veated
by Mr. .Mason.
W. M. Smith, of Cabarrus, says he
was the power behind the throne in the
matter of the assignment b 11. He pre
pared itsaie the clause "excepting
inurtgSigt s. :r cash a-ivance-l at time of
exec'dioa." an 1 says Smith, of Stauiv,
introduce ' tho bi.L
PROGRESS OF THE EXPOSITION.
l.atvttt Additions in 1'olnts of Attraction
and lute rent.
Ati.d.nta, March !J0. Mr. L. Sterin
per, who was consulting electric il en
gineer at the World's Fair, is in the
city to advise with Mr. II. M. Atkin
son, chairman on the committee on
electricity of the Cotton States and In
ternatiouul exposition, lie has been
over the grounds examining carefully
their possibilities for electrical display,
and has in prices.s of development a
new and original scheme for electrical
display on tho lake. He is now exam
ining tho maps and plans of the chief
of construction, with a view to per
fecting this display. He thinks it wilt
exceed anything ever projected.
Mr. S. F. 15. Mor&u, of the Southern
Pacific railroad, is in the city for th :
purpose of perfecting arrangements fy
a display of the Southern Pacific rail
way at the Cotton States and Interna
tional Exposition. That company pri
poses to erect a building and install aa
exhibit representing the products of
the territory traversed by its line.i.
NOW COMMISSIONER PIN LEY.
TrifHe Maunder of the Ur-.i orthTti
Klcted ly 1 Iia Sontherii AHclat loo.
Atlanta. March -28.- W. W. Finloj,
trailic ma linger Great northern rail
way was yesterday elected commr;
sioner of the new Southern States l'ai
seugcr association. The Southern Pas
senger association will be merged in'o
the new association and Mr. Finky
will take charge on April 15. Mr. FiU
ley was formerly chairman of the West
ern Passenger association. His pr:
ent hoadiinartersare at St. Paul. Com
missioner Slaughter of the old associa
tion was voted a year's salary and a
resnlution of thanks.
Harry Walters of the Atlantic Coast
Line was re-elected president. Up to
date the only roads in the I'asseng- r
Association are only those east of t'.r
mingham and Chattanooga.
Tiie (iiiccn and Orescent is out, ths
Louisville and Nasiivi le is only par
tial';,' in; the Nashville, Chattanooga
snd St. Louis is out; the
Charleston ii; out; the
!' n Scott and Itirmingi:
Illinois Central is out.
.M'Uipiils a :a
:m is out; U:e
WANTS ANOTHER NOMINATION.
Tho linpri-HS On M:i. by Mr. lovi-laii.l 'in
.hrevrU J'o iticu.ii.
Wasimnoton, April 1. Mr. Clvvehind
has managed to hnpress sotne of i iie
shrewdest politicians of his party v. Uh
the idea that he wants a 11. .t her nomina
tion. As strange as it may seem this
is not one held alone by idle gossipers
but is seriously entertained by many of
the leading men. Gorman, as pr:.ciu:d
a politician as he is. is quoted ex
pressing the firm conviction that. Clove
land intends to be a cnn.iidate. and
there are others, as active as the Mary
land senator in the management of the
party's affairs, who express a similar
They attribute to Mr. Cleveland a
feeling that In: has a mission still un
fulfilled, and the belief on his part that
once more before the people he can get
a complete victory over those who have
defeated his plans before cougress.
THE COMBINE OF CAPITAL.
Instance a tirrat
Ken. fit to
Chicago, April 1. The Inter
Oceanic electric railway company, in
corporated at Springfield Saturday,
purposes to make some decided changee
in the present method of freight trans
portation. The company has a capital
stock of S200.000.000 Hie largest ever
incorporated in the west, and a number
of Chicago, New York, and San Fran
cisco capitalis's are interested in tho
corporation. The intention is to con
struct an elevated electric freight rail
way between Chicago and New York
for the transportation of coal ami
grain. Tho plans and specifications
have been drawn by a Chicago engin
eer and the company will own a num
ber of patents on eletrical devices used
by tho road.
MINING ENGINEERS. AT OCALA.
Will Hold Two Seaatons of the American
Institute and l our the State,
Orala, Fla., Marsh 28. Members of
the American Institute of mining en
gineers arrived at Ocnla yesterday.
Two sessions of the institute will be
held here and the phosphate mines in
this section inspected. Friday the en
gineers will leave for a tour of the state
which will include Tampa, Lake Worth
and other points of interest. Friday
Adril .1 tl. will .l. sit A .,.
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tine and on Sunday April 7, will leave
for the north, via Atlanta, where they
will inspect the exposition grounds and
MEMPHIS STARTS THE BALL.
Her Iturtlnp-iR Men Arraiif-in for a Con
vention of l'inancierft un.l Economist.
Mkmimiis, Tenn., April 1. A joint
conference of the cotton and men-hints
exchanges and other commercial or
ganizations of Memphis has been en lied
for Thursday to arrange for a conven
tion of financiers and economists to be
held in this city soon to discuss mat
ters relative to sound currency and
better banking facilities. The conven
tion is intended to be largely of a
southern scope, but the authorities 011
currency and political economy from
all over the countr- will be invited.
Invites ( levelaiid to t liicafrn.
ClilOAOA, March HO. Half a dozen
representative Chicago men left this
city yesterday aftc-noon for Washing
ton on a mission which is destined to
be complimentary to President Cleve
land and result in the presence of the
chief magistrate in this city, according
to the expectations of the delegation.
tire it I ho Foreigners llylnjr.
Loxion, April 1. General Sir George
Thompkins Chesner. K. 0. P., member
of parliament fur Oxford, died sud
denly in this city yesterday. Sir Chas.
Henry Miils. Daron HUlingdon. di id in
London yesterday of pneumonia
Ctali Will Adopt the Woman SuiTrage Hill.
Salt Lake City, Utah. April I.
Twenty-two speeches were delivered in
the constitutional convention yesterday
for and against the adoption of the
female suffrage clause. Those in favor
heavily predominate and there is no
doubt of the adoption of the clause by
a heavy majority.
Have you seen them? Nt ? Tlien
o-o at once to the Advance Pnh. Co.
Trinters and Stationers.
WILL TRY LESS CROP
Texas Cotton Growers Decide oa
a Decreased Aerobe.
CC3YEKTI03 CF STATE ASSOCIATION
Hon. llnctor It. I nnr, of A!:tl:iin:i. I'ifM'iit
anil A1lrrt-8id th I'i.ii v-nt:oit on
- Hl I'lnu ff IUtliTlnjf tli.ir
t mull t Ion Al jmiriiiiifiit.
Waco. Tex., March ".). The conven
tion of Texas cotton growers opened
yesterday with 150 deb-gates in attend
ance. E. S. Peters, president for Tex
as of the American Cotton Growers pro
tective association, made an address
and was made chairman.
J. M. M oiler, of Galveston, read a pa
per urging better compressing and
C. II. ISotsford. of New York, .also
read a paper on the same subject and
argued for a cylindrical shaped bale
tmd the new Pessonuette process of
Hon. Hector I). Lane, of Alabama.
L'lesiueni 01 mat. staie.s association
r , ., , ; . . , , .
made a long a U re.ss lu wlren he stated
that the present rise in cotton wars due
to the effort to deceive farmers into
planting a large acreage. He appealed
strongly for a decrease of acreage.
Five hundred replies from farmers,
dealers, ginners, and seed men were
canvassed and shown a decrease of 29
percent on acreage this year. An ap
peal waa issued to farmers urging a
smaller acreage and detailing the ben
efits. .The opinion of the delegates is
that the convention will have little ef
fect on the Texas crop because of its
late date but ail advices indicate a gen
eral reduction of 20 per crtiit. The pro
gram of the convention was curtailed
and it adjourned sine die lat night.
TRADE MUCH IMPROVED.
iirmlHtreetM Weekly llevit-u- Hi pi.rU the
Xrcw Yohx. March HO. Kradstrects'
weekly review of trade says:
General trailu for tho thinl week in suecn
si'n cou'Jnues to shew ' iiU-me of tmnrovc
nieulr. In 110 olhcr iliii rtioii is this so plainly
liiilleati'rl as in tin; tciiiit u.-v of u'i-cs. A week
ai.'o cut'otirnjicnicnl had i en o!.t 'iucil from a
ircnora'.iy unexpected atlvaiv e in cotton ami
wheat. Foiiowiitji Uieir s'i'at reaction, the
. ek has witnessed a ilriu cotton iu.:rket.
A ii.ihI. late iniprovctactit is unnounecil from
Metphis. Na-.l.villc. llirruiiu'hnm. Atlanta un.l
Augusta; ''r.r p.oils, groceries, har.lwnre njul
plantation supplies Ic.ehnK the chniiu nio.st
At C'hatianooa inn! SaviiUiia'.i l no trade ts
ipiict. Inn at Jacks-nviile tliero hus lieea a de
crease in vo'.'.une. T ie niotoaiont In dry roods
nl New Orieuti). has felt nemo iucrense.l (ie
liiun.i, hut sliippiiiK tnieres:.s eoi.t nued oin
tur!;ed. Tie- season is foaelovErd i.t ( ia.v.-titon,
W ith trade only fair.
NOW SENATOR BACON rS SUED.
Th Georgian a llofenfinril lu n snAt.oiial
Matter Now in I.lil jailo...
Macon, March 28. A suit of more
thanhxtal interest was filed in the su
perior court here yesterday. 'I he par
ties to the suit are Major J. F. Hanson,
one of the most prominent manufactur
er in the south, who is and has been for
years one of the strongest protection
ists in the country, and United States
senator elect A. O. Paeon. The senator
is the defendant.
The suit grows out of the fact that
Major Hanson was compelled to pay a
bond which he signed three years ago
for one of Senator Paeon's clients, the
nm nint of which was nbont . $14,U00.
It is for this amount th.it he sues.
PAN N ILL REMAINS !N JAIL.
lie In U-.nhlo to t.lve a Il-avy B.mi.1 and Ik
Not Making Anyihi.iir.
Ltnciihi nr.. Va., March :). At the
request of Mr. Montairue. United States
district attorney, the judge yesterday
in the United States court set the re
hearing of the case of the government
againt Robert H. Pannill for aiding and
abutting in the embezzlement of funds
from the First Mational bank for the
extra session of the court which con
venes in this city on the 2:;rd of April
next. Pa 1111 ill's bail was fixed at $10
000 but his friends were unable to raise
SWELLED THE LIABILITIES.
Several Large Failures Kenorted for
I'irst W. -! In March.
Xkw Yokk. March 3-').- U. G. Dun
Co., reports failures as follows:
Several lar;w failure this month tiavo
swelled Ihe. afrre! ate of liab. lilies for tiiroo
weeks of March to $! 1.271.1 1. against P10.P65.0D1
hist year of which SJ.41 l.34i were of manu:ac
turinK concerns against $l.40i).lis lust ye-ir, na l
94 8 4.7711 In tradim concerns ayainst
I ?4!J.ii2 lust your. The failures this
j week havo been M ta tho United
States n ra instEHS last year, un.l ! in Cm da
a"itinstan Inst v.-ar. Hut Ihe recent, in r, 11 e
lnulcut.es past ra:hcr tliuu recent condition.;
JOHN Y. M'KANE NOT INSANE.
Hose Confinement liai A (Tee ted IIIui,
lie lit Not Loiiiii; lllrt Mind.
Sixo Sio, N. Y.. March 2S. The
Sing Sing prison officials contradict
the report circulated in New York City
that Convict John Y. Mclvane had be
come insane. During the winter c
Kane has been kept more closely con
fined than he would have been had
there been outdoor work for him.
This has affected him some, bnt there
is no danger of his losing his mind.
WILL MAKE ANTI-TOXIN E.
Governor Morion Signs the Hill I'l-ovldlng
For Its Miuiufaetnra.
Ai.iiaxy, N. Y., March 2S. Governor
Morton has signed: Chapter 105, Sen
ator Wolff's bill, providing for the
making and use in New York City of
diphtheria anti-toxine and other anti
toxines. I''lve Yale Slit. lents Missing.
New Havkn, Conn., March 30. A
liH.-al paper has a rumor that a party of
five Yale students on Saturday hired a
boat of a local boatman, and neither
the boys nor the boat have since been
No Ucf. i-.iii f to Minister Ihurston.
San Fiianciwo. March MS. Honolulu
advices per steamer Australia contain
t;o reference whatever to Minister
It will be an agreeable surprise to
persons subject to attacks of bilious
colic to learn that prompt relief may be
had. by taking Chamberlain's ("o'ir.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In
manv instances the attack may be pre
vented by taking this remedy as soon
as the first symptoms of the disease ap
pear. ?q and hoc bottles for sale by
K. M Nadal.
No one white envelopes, any size,
for silent the Advance Stationery
Store at 5 c per. pack.
WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
j Story of Milwaukee's Itlnzn.
j MiT.VAi-KEE, Wis.. March Us. -At 2:45
o'clock yesterday morning one of the
j worst of the many destructive tires in
the history of this city was finally got
' under control. At that time over
Sl.OOO.OOa worth of property had been I
destroyed and twenty business firms !
had lost their stock and building. '
There were also many other losses, in
eluding offices, tlats and small shops.
I.I lliiiijr li:tn Itapldly ii-ttln Mell. i
Loxno.v, April I. A Tokio dispatclt j
to the Central News says that Dr. j
Scriha, of the Imperial University, yes- '
terday examined Li Hung Chang'a
wound and f..und that the patient wa.i
making excellent progrti:;. His pulso i
and temperature were normal and ho j
was able to walk about his rooms.
, Carl Browne Spring a Sensation.
Mas.-ii.i.on. O., April 1 A sensation
was created 3 stcrday by the arrest of
City Engineer Portun, Councilman Sig
ner and Walter McLain. charged by
Carl Prowne with intent to cans., riot
and with having sought to break up
his meeting by throwing bad eirsrs.
ti, . 1. ,.
tney pieaded not guilty
Inheritance lax lllegil.
ClxrixNATI, ()., April 1. The direct
inheritance tax levied by the last legis
lature was yesterday declared uncon
stitutional by the circuit court, which
held it was an excess tax upon the
right or privilege of succession to prop
erty, and that it was not uniform.
I.lfe Imprisonment for the AiiasMn.
Loxiioj, Apj.il f.A dispatch from
Tokio to the Central News says that
Koyama, the young Japanese who shot
Li Hung Chang, the Chinese viceroy,
has been sentenced to imprisonment
for lifo at hard labor.
John 1. Thompson' IVI.low llal.
Cou'Miirs. O., March 29. -Mrs. Fan
nie Thompson, widow of John G.
Thompson, sergeat.t-at-arms of the
house of the forty-fifth, forty-sixth and
forty-seventh congresses, died at her
home here this morning, after a linger
ing illness, aged sixty years.
Steel Workx Ivr.lueiiiK the Korm
Hiiaiii.ock, Pa., March 29. Superin
tendent Morrison of the E dear Thomp
son steel works, is reducing his force.
Six draughtsmen, six inside carpenters,
ten mechanics, ten machinists, ten
pattern makers, mid the entire paint
ing force were laid off yesterday.
Carlisle at HIn llroth.-r'n lleilthte.
Covikotox, Ky., April 1. John G.
Carlisle, secretary of the treasury, ar
rived at his home here Saturday. The
secretary came west in answer to a
telegram announcing a change for the
worse in the condition of his brolher,
Cleveland Reward a Kmoncr.
London, March 2H. President Cleve
land has awarded the captain of the
Prilish steamer Durham City a pair of
marine glasses with a suitable inscrip
tion in recognition of his rescue of the
crew of the American schooner Alice
T. lioardman. last October.
t i.iiilii. r.'il Hank, t'ineinnatl, AurIkiic.
CiNcix.VATi. (., March :!$. The Com
mercial bank, located at 133 Main
street, assigned yesterday afternoon
to V. II. Campbell, its cashier. The
decision to go out of business was
reached but half an hour before the
assignment was made.
I'eiioaeo'.n- Iol-jatioii to Mobile Congress.
Pknsacoi.a, Fla , March 2S. Mayor
Anderson has appointed delegates to
the grain and trade congress, which
meets at Mobile, April 4, as follows:
S. ii. Mai lory, F. C. Prent, T. 11 Welles,
John Cosgrove, and C. C. Yonges.
l.oeil I, I at Ire Artscinl.IIea." '
London, March 80. The house of
commons passed by a vote ot VZH to U2
yesterday evening J. II. Dalziels resig
nation ail'rmiiig that it was desirable
to establish local legislative assembles
for England, Scotland, Ireland and
Dnmlnlnn Cahinet rlnia Ended.
Ottawa. Ont.. March SO. The Do
minion cabinet crisis is ended. Sir
Charles Hihbert Tapper has returned
to work in the cabinet, the difficulties
between himself and Premier Howell
having been amic iblv settled.
Kepuhllraii Convention lladly Divided.
Maiiui, March 3'(. The republican
convention which has been in session
since the beginning of the week closed
yesterday. It was very inharmonious
and ended with a division of the party.
Cho era Am nfr J :i panrne Troops.
Loxnox, March -28. A dispatch to
the Star says that cholera has broken
out among the Japanese troops at Port
Arthur. Thi-ty-eight cases arc report
d in one day.
Drouth In tho WeO liroken.
CmrAOo. April I. The drouth which
has prevailed for a number of weeks in
Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Mich
igan was broken yesterday by a heavy
Ihe lleirast a lotal Wreck.
Pki.fart, March 28. The steamer
Itclfast, from Pei-ien for this port,
which went ashore on Jona Island, is a
total wreck. The crew have landed at
Miners Strike at I.lege Kxtrndlng.
Pni'ssi.1.8, March 2s. The miners'
strike at Liege is extending rapidly.
The government has called out the
militia reserves as a precaution against
Itceount of the I otton Stock.
Livkui'ooi., April I. A recount of
the actual stock of cotton shows a de
crease in the total amount of 31,730
bales, and in Americans of 31.837 bales.
Ai.ks For a Heavy C'uhan tedlt.
MadhH). March SO. Navarro Kever
tea. minister of finance, asked the dep
uties yesterday for a Cuban credit of
What Ihe Ixjss Will Aggregate.
St. Arr.cs'rixE, Fla., March 30. -The
people are yet viewing the ruins of
Thursday's fire and countining the cost.
The loss is fully 8200,000, with small
The St. Pant's Peeond Trial.
Philadelphia, Ta.. March 30. Man
pger Higbee, of the International Nav
igation company, says that the Cramps
vill launch the St. Paul iu ubout ten
Highest cf r.i in Lcavcr.inj Tower. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Tho Birthday Cslobrr.tion of the
Ex-Chaccollor Gloriously On.
EYES OF ALL CERM.WY OX TIIE PRISCL
The Slowt Flnl orate 0--ai.lon of the Kind
In the History of the Horlil - Th
Story ot the Ft'Htivit-ert and
In What They t'ouslsU
FRii-.Pi:i':ishi !iK. April 1. The ey s
of ull German' are turned towurds the
veteran inince today, and the much
looked for and arraaged for LiMi.arck
iun festivities arts on.
A beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon
brought thousands of people to the cas
tle gates, where they vainly sought
admittance to the park in the hope of
catching sight of the ex-chancellor.
Dr. Chrysander, in view of the great
crowds that have recently thronged
the park, was firm in his decision not
to admit the public. Prince Pismarck
did not take his customary walk yes
terday, but had a short st toll a ron ltd
the park to gather strength for today.
Palisades have been ereetc I behind the
park to prevent nmranders from in
truding upon the privacy of the ex
chancellor. Peer and champagne
booths have been up on the right and
left of the staiixii !' the accommoda
tion of visitors. Along the triuiqphal
way to the castle gates nre numerous
beilagged poles surmounted by gar
lands of fir. Nun.herie-.s presents of
all conceivable kin. is o;:t inue to arrive
from all parts of the world.
Prince. Uisiuarck" will rest until 10
R. 111., when he wMI Itke brtakfn t
alone with his family. At m-on bv will
receive the Cuirrassiet-. of .Mad.iinn g,
the rectors of the naive.1 -.it ies a o.l oilier
oili- ials who will con e lo oiVer con
gratulations. He v.'iii not 111:1 kti a 11 ad
dress, but one. of tho d.-l-gtltiiiii of stu
dents will deliver a io.ig oration for
the prinee'sediiieation. After 7 oYlo- ;
no one will be received. At S o'clock
the torchlight process-on will take up
Cou ut H erbert a n .i Con 11 1 Will iaia, 1
Prince Pismarek's son.-, with their fain
ilies, arrived Saturday night, and Dr.
Schweninger came yesterday.
THE SOUTH'S THE PLACE.
IU.i.iarkMl.1.. Inerease in ."danii fii.-i iirlnjf
1-ait.TprlseH Over it V.-itr
BAi.TlitoHi:, March -.''.). --The new man
ufacturing anil mining enterprises iu
the southern states -for the first (por
ter of IS'.ir.. as report 1 .1 to tin- Manufac
turers' iiecord, shows an aggregate oi
S'Jl; a gain of i:.".l as com pa red with the
first three mouths of lV.lt. The largest
increase is sh-.wii in cotton mills, of
which forty-two were orpnni.ed during'
the last three months, .-gainst nine for
the same period of IS'.'l ; of miscellane
ous enterprises there were A 55 against
298; mining and quarrying companies
increased from fifty to sixty-two; Hour
mills from twenty-four to thirty-seven,
and cotton compresses from one to
seven. In addition to these enterprises
the Manufacturers' Record is ail vised
of railway projects embracing the con
struction of about three hundred miles
of new line in Florida alone.
SPANISH REPORT ABOUT CUBA.
UtHciul News W lileh Indicate Complete
I.-iuorIlzntioii of the Itel.els.
MAiiaii). Spain, April 1. The pre
fects of the Cuban provinces have all
resigned their offices and will be re
placed by military oflk-ers. The gov
ernment has information that Ma ceo
has arrive I in Jamaica; that the rebel
leader, Henry Prooks. has k-ft Cubasfor
New York and that the insurgent lead
ers. Caiman and Garcia, are trying to
get away from the island. The officers
of the army anil navy and the volun
teers and the inhabitants of Cuba have
all congratulated the government upon
the appointment of General Martinez
de Campos to supreme command in
FAILURE OF A BRISTOL BANK.
Assets Over 3.,f)o(l. More Hihii the Ll:i.
Iiilii i.-s lJepsltor loe Nothing.
Puisroi., Tetin., March :!(). The Pris
tol Pank and Trust company assigned
yesterday. Assets, ?50.1.V.; liabilities,
Si t,"-J0 ; due to depositors if P5,;iu(). The
Hanover bank, of New York City, with
'claims for 5,101), pushed the bank to the
wall. It is the second assignment of
the hank in fifteen months, and it is
-expected it will pay in full easily.
Will Marry m tiinesee l ady.
Ottawa. Ont., March i'.K The en
gagement is announced of Hon. A.J.
Marjoribanks, aide-de-camp to the gov
ernor general and brother of Lady
Aberdeen, to Miss Mysie Prowu ol
Nashville, Term. Miss P.rown is ex
pected here next week on a visit to
Children Cry for
thrive on Scott 'h Kinu'sion whi n all the rest of their foot!
Sf t iu.s t .'-. lo waste. Thin JJ il.ies and We;k Children grow
sfrf"'.-: pl,tniP i healthy .y taking it.
vercur.it k ii.lurite l weakness ami aU the ten:l- ncies towanl
'Hn'iririatioii or (''i-.-"M::n.i ti. 1'iiin, rvcitk buliif-s and pruwing
children anil fill i'-rw!s H'll'A-rii:;; fr; in Iioss of Flesh, Weak
I.unt?-. 0!u-of:ift Oou'n?, nu-l W.isliii Diseas-s will receive
u:toM bcuefits from this jr;:ii uonrishiiient. The fo"nntiTa
for Jiiakii:; .Scott's EinuLiiou hits l 'eti emhirsi d y t!.o iut tl
ieal woihl f r iwen!y years. No secret about it.
Kcr. lfor f-uuphL-t j;z 'ill's L -w.hion. FREE.
Scott & Sowno, ti. Y. All
MORE SIGNS OF PROMISE.
Iron Trade Review Looks at til Fa-
j ture With Oeneral Favor.
j Ci.KVELAMi, (., March 20. The Iron
Trade Pevicw says :
I The wuue advance iu the TTonmillsvlUe re
I trion and ihe cousc..iiiet;t advance In the prlca
J of eke. has heen followed by sevoral develop- '
niceiscoiu. icut;.-:S 10 iuvuj.i'imi ""
in. nt towurJ a Utter hasis. Within the week
tho t'1-o.lucers ot Standanl I.aUo Superior Bel- -wti.t
r ores have acQUiitnted thetr customerll
wiili the lie-- prior las!s. that ta to he tnaln
tiiincil on these ores in 188.". an advance of 15
cents a ton from tho opening prices of 1W4, and
sotne c-e 1-us heen wit in the past few days
tit the higher prlc:. Simultaneously. M
tlie, ivs'.l! of 11 inov-. a:--nt sturtod lieforo the
h.rin".in-,' ot titc year, w.u.t rn har Iron nianu- .
la. !i'n:r h ue t ts-ethor to try to check
so.neofaho .lctnor-UI.itiir practices that hVB
mii.lc that en.i of the finished inatortnl market
a t-enrinow to nil t onri'Ttod with it. Outstda
ol in.! Ircn :r;.('o "ion-over, the pnst fortnitrut
has br-xiiftit. morekiitas ef ruilso than havo
come tOi.eth.ir In ut.v eijuul period in months.
Tho demand for money has Increased and ex
pan.llni; commercial loans have caused a har
dening in the rate. The first half of March
shows an improvement 111 railroad earnings
over the rorrt'spntiilintt period In very
slight, to ho sure, hut a reversal of tho record
of prorccdiiitf months.
ARMISTICE AS EST ADLI3HED.
I'rlnrlpnl I'olnts I creed I'pnn lo the hlna
Lonoov, April 1. A Tokio dispatch
to the (Vn trni N'ews says that in the)
established armistice the principal
points niavcd upon are as follows:
The locality of the enforce:. 11 nt of tho armis
tice .omariMs l'Vinr Tien, fill lii Tl und Shantf
Tutiii. The ni;wn .; urtiiii s me to niatnuiln
the (...si: .011 . lililieno o. em i- .l und k.c not to
nilvus'ci- In von. 1 them. Neither povertiment In
lire, liaie.l from making anv new UlKlrihtufon
an. I lur.iiii i ineiit of tr.iop not intendod to
aiii-'iii' nt th. armies actually In the tleU, but
nt sen tr- nsporls oeveyiiiif troops t.r niaterinl
cor.iralimi.l of -vur il.i. cl to cuplure. Term
if i:i.i-ii.' Is tht-oe vv.-.-ks and t xpttes with
out no, In;i ill 1!!n(i."i;lJ" ..11 Ap.il SS), prov UUnK
the H-a.'- tnk'ii: lutio s then are not luokou off
iu tie- meantime. The convent l.m was sli'!'d
yesu-rtfcv. I.i i (v.-.v liaiar .l.,.i.ned tho. st-"
niitun'Mii t a.. J-. m' pieiiir.itniitisrliKi and
Count. I.. oM.n:.. .! t s.n.ituro of 1A llamf
Chin.!.'. Toe. a.-iiiiNl ic ilx--i not upply to. plucea
tiot si..i-lu .1 in the ronv. nil. hi
THE DiJi. P..VSIU1N1 IAL IDEA.
I l.iiis It Forme. A I Over l.i llHiitt for
t'"' l'arpo-.'of I u..lmj llllli. ' ,
Lri.::i;. Ind , Ai r'd 1. Pnless
p!--s.-ni. i-laiin .'ad of ma teriali.ation,
Ptiirv-to- ''. I h . will be t he choice ff
indianti as the eauiii.inte of tlie pmiples
party f.-r prc-i. lent in tsjii. Debs clubs,
having for their object the capture
of the "Indiana . delegation to the -national
convention, are being organ
ized throughout northern Indiana. The.
promoters of tluj movement to "brin(f :
about an amaigamatiou of the indus
trial ore-ani.-ition in the interests of
the, labi.r leader are promineut mem
ber:, of the Knights of Labor, whoso
chieftain. Crand Master Workman
Sov. reign, in an interview atColnmbafC
).,- 1'iiday, niminated Debs fiir tho
THE MONETAPY CONFERENCE.
An IiiiimalW.ii ll.l .. rionuy's I'roponltlon
Is Not NerloiiM.
Wasiiinhton, Mffrch W. Tt is said
that President Cleveland has received
an intimation that the prosition of
Germany for a monetary conference
should not be'takeu too seriously and
that, the German government .-will
probably not even carry the matter so
far as to issue invitations to other na
tions. The matter has gone thus far,
it is said, only in deference to the agra
rinn agitation in Germany, and the
understanding of this administration
is that the adoption of a resolution by
the reichstag was only a teiujiorary,
HE APPOINTMENTS MADE.
Democrat lo. i otniiter loTnke Charge of
Cliiclmiittt und Iceland Olllces.
WAsm.Nf.ToN. March 8!i. The recent
activity of Senator Hrook, ex-(overnor
i Campbell and I Ion.-.Tom Johnson, of
Ohio, regarding the .appointments of
Kistinasters at Cincinnati and Cleve
land, ., hus brought matters to an in
teresting stage ami the republican in
cumbents who have been held over
somewhat longer than usual for such
prominent positions vvlli very likely
within the next twenty-four hours hear
of their successors being appointed.
On authority of Secretary Thurber, it
was said the appointments would be
WILL REPORT FOR TURNEY.
J he I'rospeetive ICcfluit of the fraud
ves-l.t .i In Iti 4.ivcrirfil.
Nash vn. I. k, Tenn., March !10.-Tho
investigation into the charges and
counter-charges of fraud in connection
with the Pvans-Turney gubernatorial
election has progressed so far that yes
terday it was possibic for the first time
to make an estimate of what the result
would In:. The aat ion taken by threo
sub commilt'.'t-s nt w.nk in different
parts of the state shown that the gen
eral committee rejKirt tt Wio general
a-sembly a majority between 4,000 and
15,000 votes in favor of Turney whereas
the face of the returns gave Evans a
maioritv of 700. .
i Pitcher's Castoria
uruj:c;t3. SO coots end S f.