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WILSOX, X. C, MAY 9, 1895.
nil! RACKET'S SEW
r 6, i
2341! HAVE TOO FEW AND TIE FEW TOO MANY!
Nrwr missing a chance to reach out our arms, Octo
n.is i;k iind Mke in out of the wet (as the shaik took the
;j I .a ; r., r), am iinn uiai can oe
. 1 . 1 . 1
on tnat principle we
A:r.oiv our daily
! A ...1. U.,.1..U.L...
i' pore our peoim: miiihj iiiiu3irii.3
P03i LIVELY BEYOND THE WHISPER OF COMPETITION!
I'ri. s that will teach you in the silent loic of truth
the difference between dealing with live and with dead
ineir between the cash and the credit system, between
the riT't and the vronjr, way. See the following:
i Lot Ladies I lose, Fast
u k. seamless, at IOC
lrns, i c. a paper, the best
i i pins. ;c.
j1 . r.. .. a i
Needles jor AC
25c. S.'liio: s for I 7c.
Iron Li-. ma r.wer
ism ior oc.
1 2 .Miens
2C.; best, 3c.
(!nrd Slippers, 50c. a
. 1 1 r.
Men's Cordova Calf
Mil i i
M. LEATH, Mc
AMi (".el '!SP(i!:0 SliM'I-.TS,
n! 1 r i".
i'c : i:- ! ! ior
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u v : t- 1 - i . i 1 -1 1 .1
i ;is i li ii mi.i ! i . i
rl I Imist; d- m.' i I
1 . 1 ;lh 1 ay i M.iv.
: "vA '!ii) rty
i .in.t i if : !"
ni'-4 til'- ianos ol
;;: iiu' t"o!'!, co,:-
i i-: .
illli v. ,
; 1 1 1 s ii' .1 ' u
.i v i..v ;. 1 in v Ai 11
1 I ''lie i-tlii I tiiK t
! the lands ( I 1-ibn
1 111 L;:::!s. . u ,i;'i-
IISIIU'IC "I less. It b'li'j;
A i.l i Iiu li Nam v Stu h
t'ii d st'ii d. Terms: i e
i: Labour p.iii'lr N V i 111 orr
w '.'.h l" prl ('( lit. ill! rest.
S. .A (M li.M,
( 'onitiiissii in r.
S. A V" H'AKII.
V' I ! I!
) : li k:
p. ; s. . : ,. ; (!. rce of tli Snpe:ior
( .ii v " .; :j . i.l li! i;rro;;ii;' t !l- I' id.
i- s. . S; i'i.i i : ;ii i .. . .!,
.o i-c li';,lu-st J.idtlcl" a! the
s.' ,'.r.- '- W ls;t. Vr.nd.iy.
i! v i ' j ..! , i:.v.,. '.'.'( I i f
ii i in Cross Koads Tt;va
i -nti I oiintv, :id;(iioit':4 t'.'.r
Stella Scot;,"). l. I'artm r and
in .-is, it lirill. know I J'S the li'.lipic
l; , nt s ir.n t ronta nin sixty nine ((;!
:(- i s more .' .-ss.
M i nis - ( Iiu-iliii'd t ash. balance in
1 moot lis. t'dk' i . s. r cl until pnr-
s.- nioiirv is fdl'y paid.
(ni i-; (.(iiiaki,
2(,t!i, tS')5- t idiiniissioiH r.
1115 COUt'ER MARBLE WORKS,
lit. 1 1 a..d 115 hank St.,
stock of finislit'd
Monuments, Gravestones, &cwj!i
Ke.uly tor shipment. fe2p"
1 )esiens free
( 'Oh hATTI.r:,
AT TORNEY ASD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Illll kV MIll'N I, N.
Nash, I.dcconilie and Wilson
' 1 :; II:.
Af.onn v at Law.
WILSON, . . N.r.
"I'.mrh Cn's. hank huilding-
1 -r.-i: and !.!ir 1 ( m s.M.r.!
l-ie !""o-:'s.in I l'a-tirv, lot hili and
v: u -"d-.i'-vd; e.i,..i vv,. ,, WatVr.
':' in:'onii:::'...'i. :,-.idv to
N ADVA'NL F. OFI- H K.
1 e in - i i.lie em 01. 1 1 lar I
J will Hi.tltofjitmiTtf dirwet. fr
c.irth. .mtl lerfill-.CM
nt the i .0 went W bolesale
lr. .r .....
lur eoin, (Vnt.in and Pennuts. at
TruckitiK ermw nd Hotnbwn I l..')0
OntH. Tobatr., .! Fruit - to.OO
i,,'1, lunate of P.iUh. Kninit. Sulphats Potaah. Bom
lilack. Nitr.it.) S.l. i lKr)( a.IKl Bn,Ai guantitieB. Ken.
t.. a: Btamiji f..r iircV y.M. IMIWKI.I. Ac CO.
taruuzor Manufacturan. Ilaltimure .lid.
so u at a
have made soiiic re-cent
nrrivals we shall nb.ct
Trilby Veiling (lace), 9c.
1 a r a 4" e Veiling, jood
qiialiiv. 10c. a a;d.
Another Spevial Torchon kj
Saie, real mien, at only 5c.
Muslin Caps for Infants.
'I he teasoii why we are
so MHcessiui wl;h our lines
is that we buy ill; in ri;du
and sell ihein cheap. No
douine pi ice on anytmn k'4
m our vast stock.
VVii il K S 1" R r. a 1 1 s crcr
v.nncs ;ire .ir oti.er ln.m b
ever. For si.io we can
sell ou a l.ii'e spreail
wonh at least si.-,o.
'. i '
: , or 11:
l'C'ver Sores, i' tier. I i:a -i
Cliilbiaiiis. I ( 1 ns. : !l .l
tiniis, niui i'(i.-iiiv-l fiiri-."! 1
pay rcip i:t d.
1; is -':;::;.; d :. :i
)i-l .i:.' 1 s. i ...
I'l i( e 2-c n i
,ion, 01 11. oik y i '.-.i tuK-d.
:on. l o, s.de i) V.. W.
( )iH'r illl It.'
Wll'l COII 111:1.:.
was a ' x in.sli uoaiai
l- mi -tool; bi.iss am
ti l"ci( lvi' io'd. Sin
innocent s.n.i.-.J.icin d
Iiota Ix r credu.ily. And .i ce llicn
was a wi.sc woni. ii v In knew lii.it ol
1!! things that -li:tere(' very few wen
oild. And liecatisr 1" '..t r so pii so
she Itl imuil jiitCiOtis. ii -t tl se.-M
.a 1:. :i .
ior it is
01 i 'a :
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,, on. '1
ii.i-s ;a,;; pt'oii' t
Liu rl.in;4 die 1.- t
their huid jiiedielams
I Wilson t.:r;ti u"uM i-'a
lit vv ! lie
the W. t
e w i'es
;i.iiK n Star.
Miss Delia Stevens, of Uoston, Mass .
writes: I have always suffered from
hereditary Scrofula, for which I tried
T 1 1 1 . 1 1 rri'in v reliahle
i physicians, but none relieved me. After
various 1:111" iv ... j
I am now well. I
am very grateful
to you, as I feel
that It savca me
from a life of untold agony, ana shall
take pleasure in speaking only words
of praise for the wonderful medicine,
anu in reconiuie.uuju n. w u.
Treatise on Blood
and Skin Diseases
3 SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY,
ritbiicr o vius'ui iu
A FRAUD UNEARTHED
A Gigantic Stoal Discovered in the
Payment of Duties.
THROUGH I'M. EVALUATION OF GOODS
S It ! Ditll.ult to fcfetlnmto the Government.
I.oskc, Itut It In liclieved That
They Will Amount to
11 -t.OOl Annually.
' Pnii.ADKt.i iii a, Penn., May C
j re-appraisements of decorated
. and cut arm decorated glassware
shipped to this port by A. II. Daniel
Sons, of London, the most p'arinsf
under. 'al nations hnro. been discovered
I by the special tr Rsnry agents, indi
. cnlintf that the government has lost
: thousands of dollars. Some idea of the
: loss to the national treasury nviy be
; jrathered from the fact that on on", in
: voice alone tlie London shippers were
J compelled to hand over i?-J,8t0 addi
j tional duties, which their representa
j titives in this city promptly paid to t lie
j treasury niT'iits and thus avoided se
j hious trouble. Cttier invoices were set
j tied in the same way. The 71prai.se
j nsents on the m'rchandise were offered
I to be advanced by the treasury atrents
who were ('etermined to have t!ie
riyhtful duties paid or ve.ort o the
courts, not only for civil proceedings
to recover the duties, but also to
punish nil having guilty knowledge of
the falsity of the invoices.
The board of enei-al appraisers re
viewed the case iu New Yorlc and with
out differences of opinion the appraise
ments of A. 15. Daniel & Sons were ad
vanced up to ."() per cent and notifica
tion was forwarded at once to the col
lector of the port of l'hiladelphia. It is
diliicult to estimate the government's
loss, but it, is believed the undervalua
tions have involved losses of .!.VM)0
per annum an. I that the fraud lias been
point? on for at least ten yeas p:ist.
Very little of the merchansise came to
I'hiladelphians but w:is consigned to
wealthy railroad prcside-rs and capi
talists in Ciiictifo. Milwaukee, St.
Louis, ritt.vburjr. Cincinnati and as far
west as San Francisco.
THEY ALL LEAN TO STEVEN "ON
Th A'loi li f drnt I oikIIiiv tup Ni-xl l"ri
l.lfiiiiat ( aiididitte.
. Wasimxto. May :l The anti-silver
men having mostly abandoned all
hope of stemming1 'the silver torrent,
prudent democrats are now solicitous
to have the party nominate us its
presidential candidate a thoroughly
representative .democrat of ubiiity
nnd cbaructer, a man of national repu
tation if not shining talents. Steven
son is still more discussed than any
other. Morrison is probably out of it.
The issue being virtually settled, peo
ple discuss the man to represent it.
Kserpt 1 II :t ml . on impossible presi
dential candidate, no ore 'overshadows
another as silver's representatives in
the democratic, party. Tin: only fear
of jiiiliel' ins men is i. . n. j vi.
of greatness a o injudicious choice may
be matie. .Stevenson, they say here, is
popular with the labor element; he in a
liberal-minded employer 01 a large
scale; is better liked by capitalists than
a mere doctrinate- would be, because he
is a manufacturer and a mun of affairs.
The political class pt'oer lean to Stev
enson. Hi' will be" the. leailing man in
ths race, it is agreed by common con--sont.
if be does not delay too long a
dect'dided expression on the vi-w.-, lie
has loag eiitertaince.
LARGE CONTRACT UNDE.R WAY.
For (i'.MlftU.MIIII Ww.lli or If olOlte Sun k
lor TVhu .nteer Iiilnav..
C;rv ok Mkxico. Mexico. May .
There has been submitted to congress
for approval a contract between the
Mexican govcrinhent nd Samuel l'ros.
of this city and New York forthesnp
ply of fJ.00O.O0ii worth of roiling stock,
bridges, and machinery for shops, etc..
for the Tehuantepec railway; bridges,
tugs, and lighters for the harbors, and
steamship for lighthouse purposes.
lospeet lor h Settlement Not ll.i-t.'ftil
I'liii.Aiii'.i.iMHA, Pa., May " -- Tiie
prospect for the settlement of t't.-gar
ment workers' strike here :s not hope
ful, the contractors concede the justic
of the strikers' claims, but say that
they are helpless unless the manufac
turers grant them (the contractors) an
advance in prices. The contractor:
say that if the manufacturers will givi
them twenty-five per cent advance the
aim settle the strike in an hour b.
granting the demands .of the opeia-
it! 1 x t Confesses the Murder.
MlN'NKAi'ol.ls. Minn., May i. Clan;
A. l'.lixt Saturday pleaded guilty to tin
murder of Catherine (ling. lie nm
.sentenced to the penitentiary for life
lilixt confessed himself to tlie actual
murderer of Miss !ing, but claims tlnr
Marry llayward persuaded him to thi
deed, llayward will be hanged.
fS:tO.(t)l to ton vict One .tlao.
CitiCAoo, May 6. The Civic Fedora
non's report of is work for a yeai
shows that it has convicted one man
Donald Chapman, of election frauds
lie was given eighteen months in tin
ponitcntiaiy. The cost to the federa
tion was 30,000.
i:x- oncresHnian Klotz Dead.
Match Chi nk, Pa., May . Fx-Con-sressman
llobcrt Klotz died at his home
in this city yesterday, in the seventy
sixth year of his age. He was a Mo:i
can war veteran, and for over fifty
years was prominent figure in demo
Durant Ill-lit Without I.hII.
San Fkancisco, Cal.. May ".Judge
Conlan yesterday held Theodore Du
ra nt to answer before the superior
court without bail, for the murder ol
An Italian Consulate f'r Mi iitreai.
Homk, May t. The recent (ieve'.op
ment of Italy's commercial relations
with Canada has caused the govern
ment to decide to found a cons-da te ia
'1 he Atlanta's Cuexpeett 1 Ueturn.
Kk.v Wkst. Fla.. May 4. The war-
shin Atlanta sailed last for Cr.y town
"icaiii"ua, but returned on account of
-in Hreident to her boiler. She will re
inn in here for three or four days for
:! pairs. '
.Minister te Ven .
P.i.i.i.iN, May 0 -' 'oeat von Hox. first
iccivtaiy ol the llermau embas.y in .M.
t. rsi. ii rg. 'uas been apiKiuUd tiiiUta
er to Venezuela..
SWOOP DOWN UPON CAROLINA.
Woman SufTrai;lKta at I olarabta Hold a
Koutilng state Reception.
Columbia, S. C, May 4. Last night
the band of woman suffragists who am
touriug the state endeavoring to create
a sentiment whereby a clause will bo
inserted in the new constitution to be
adopted in the fall giving the woman
the ballot, swooped down on the capi-
t.,l of the state and a biff mass meeting !
was held in the hall of the house of
representatives. There was a larye
and cultivated audience of ladies and
gentlemen present. Addresses were
delived by Mrs. Virginia D. Younjr.
president of the state equal rights as
sociation; Miss Helen Morris Lewis, of
North Carolina; General It. K. Hemp-
hill, who was in his element with the
representatives of li is adopted sex.
though he did not wear bloomers, and
Miss Laura Clay, the pres. dent of the
Kentucky Equal Rights association. ,
;ir. 11. c I atton, member ot the house i
Plnliltml intJnnA.I .1... 1
from Richland introduced the siieakers. I
j The efforts of the women orators were j
liberally applauded by th.i audience.
Several lending1 newspapers and a (rood
many prominent citizens are favoring
the movement. The ladies are can
va.ssiii'' the state.
SENATOR CULLOM TALKS WAR.
'I ho Illinois Stntesiii;:n Says Kii'and Mlut
I.cavi NimraciiH. or Mailt.
Sax DiKoo, Cat., May 4. Senator
Cullom. of Illinois, arrived by private
car from Los Angles last night, accom
panied by Airs. Culiomand friends. In
an interview on the forcible occupation
of Coriuto by liritish forces. Senator
enllom said :
If a plain and emphatic protest had been
made hy tin Cnitcd States iroverniucnl Kn
Klnnd would not have occupied Corinui. X.
as she is there. I helieve in usin foico. if ncc
essurv. to pet her out. There arc two th'mrs
which the people of the Culled Stutcs have
set tlielr hearts on. a'ld they are the etiforcc
nient of the Monroe doctrine and tie Liiil iins;
of the Xiciirat-na canal. The i.dminist raMon
that irets in the way of tne pei'ple in ihi.-se
iiistiters will be put out ftf the way. There i.re
sonic timers that will not stand. loii s-iiT.thi.'
as we are. I do not apprehend t h:il K!i!-!and
will o to sui h steps as is er iphi ii d. v( t wo
do not know wrnii her insolent and diri.itorhil
policy may lead her to atteaipt. (Mo thinu is
certain, that she must yet anav from N-eara-Ifiia.
or there will he war liet ween the Cnlted
St:it- s and Knsrland.
IMPROVEMENT IS MANIFEST.
Husitiem (onditioiiH Hrmaln liood Xo'.
vi( tixtandiiiK the Labor 1 ronhles x
New Yokk, May 4. Hradstreets to
The manifest improvement in many lines of
jfciieritl tr:id has resulted in :m increase in
the voluuie of husiness noti:h.ta':din-.' the
impend n' idleness of UOOO Khoiie Island
worsted mill operatives un I many in other in
dustrial lines. Industrial tinr-s: now takes
focn of st rikinjr for hitiher waL'es. This week
about frMUM iiidiistrt.il employes have struck,
and the tendency dot s not stem to lie cheeked.
A! mm H.UoU people are reported lu have ob
talned hik'her wav'es without str.Uin'.
Nashville and (ialvcston report some iiltle
improvement in tho volume of husiness. but
they prove tin exceptions amonir sir.it bern
cities. Avrii V.itural conditions in Tennessee
are said to b;; favorable. lu Texas the coast
country st ill needs rain. At Chattanoira and
Auirusta the week's business has becu of some
what sm.'.ller vi'lume although at the forp-
some of the maniia -t urinsr industrie- ar. bet
fer emptoyco man one year airo. There is only
a fair business in cot tun poods and prices re
main firm. No train is looked for until de
mand for all supplies become irencral.
A LOUISIANA TRAGEDY.
Similar in Moat Itespeets to the iordon
r.ronn Aff iiro.' lieiitucky.
Xkw Ohi.k.ws. May r. A t raffed v.
similar in most respects to the recent
(lordon-lirown tragedy in Louisville.
Ky.. was exacted here yesterday at
11:30 o'clock. There were three
persons concerned in the terrible
atf.iir. An injured husband caught his
erring wife in bed with another man.
simultaneously the men drew pistols.
a number of shots were exchanged and
111 one minute one man lav on the bed
gasping from mortal wounds and the
ither was on his way to the police sta
tion in charge of an ollieer. The wo
man in the case was not hurt amV lives
as an example of neriidy. The names
of the three actors in the tragedy are.
Dr. Samuel V. Swain and wife and Dr.
Kmile lliriart, all of Pluouemine, La.
"M'KINLEY," SAYS GEN. RAUM.
Think the N'icaracu Ont-Ktion Will w an
Issue In the Next ampaii;ii.
Cincinnati. .. May 4. (Jen. (Jreen
II. Kaum. ex-l'uitvd States pension
commissioner, who was in Hie city yes
terday, said: '"1 think McKinley is the
man. The McKinley tariff law is the
best measure of the kind devised in the
whole history of the ;vernment.
'Tins Nicaragua question v i 1 1 be an
issue in the next campaign." he con
tinued. ' 'The administration's course
in supinely looking on while liritish
troops were landed at Corinto was sim
ply outrageous." ""
SPEAKS FOR SOUND MONEY.
Secretary f arlisle Wl I Knler t:ie Ki utueky
aoipalc:! J.ay 2o.
VVASiiiNdToN, May :!. Secretary Car
lisle, it is stated, will enter the Ken
'ueky campaign about the :i."thof thia
aiotith anil wit! deliver two r more
speeches tit points yet to be selected in
favor of "sound currency. Jle will not
return from Kentucky until be attends
the Memphis. Tenn., convention, but
will spend the intervening time in Ken
lucky in consultation with his f: 'tends.
Hun's Failure It.-port.
Nkw Yokk, May . TL i. Dun Co's
report on failures says: Failures in
twenty-five days of April show liabili
ties of SJ.53i.0tl0. of which g:;,14.7:tfi
were of manufacturing and S.",705.i'0
of trading concerns. Last year in four
weeks ending April :a. liabihties were
S.Siti.wVi, of which .:;.'.: 7.:iJ0 of manu
facturing and SM.OTT.O'J'.) of trading con
cerns. The week's failures are 231 in
the Fnited States against 233 last year.
ind 34 in Canada against 35 last year.
Pmnier Kulnoky lias Kctigned.
ViKNNA. May . The Fremdenblatt
asserts that Count Kalnoky, Imperial
Prime Minister, has tendered his resig
nation to the emperor.
Italy General I'Hrliament Eleeilon.
Romk. May 4. The date of the gen-
ral parliamentary election lias been
:ised as May -JBth.
The Innus;uratiou of Tlirney.
Nasii vii.i.k. Temi., May Governor
Peter Turney, who has just been de
clared elected by the legislature, will
be inaugurated tomorrow.
I.ooklnK Ouv for l lllbuatera.
Tampa, Fla., May '4. The Spanish
cruiser Infanta Isabel is lying at the
quarantine station in Tampa bay. She
is looking out for filibusters.
Children Cry for
CHANGE ON THE RAIL
The Southern and G. H. & D. Inter
ests Amicably Settled.
SOUTHERN ENLARGES ITS HOLDINGS.
the 1 "I" to k of th '
uati. N.-w Orleans mi 1 ex l'a-
flUe to He Equally livid l the
Southern a id C II. I.
Nfw York, May 4. The Southern
railway and Cincinnatti, Ilamiiton A
1 -avion railroad interests have settle i
ull diffculties as to the Cincinnati ex-
ten-io'i bonds and the proposals under
lyinir them on a basis entirely satisfac
tory to both parties.
I he Southern railway yesterday took
control of the Alabama Great Soiii hern
Itailwav companv Isv the election c
.. . . "... J
Samuel Spencer, Charles II. Cod t. .i.
P. Morgan jr., Francis Lvtide stcts :.
'V. IK Oalcman, x. J. Tiiomtts. :.n I
George U". Maslin. as a mtiiotitv of the'
board of directors, with Samuel poli
ce r as chairman.
Under the terms of the settlement
the Cincinnati, Hamilton & D.iytoa in
terests retire entirely from the Alaba
ma, (Ireat Southern, the Southern rail
way having aciptired there entire hoid
ings. The control in capital stock of
the Cincinnati, New Orleans - Toy-is
Pacific company, is to be owned and
held equally and jointly by th.
Southern Kail way and the Cincin
nati. Hamilton & Dayton intcress
and it is hoped a reorganization of tlia:
company or a new lease or the pui
chase of the Cincinnati Southern can
be effected and the line continued un-
lli'l-liMlti-nl ni'i n. .r.x.w.n t t,. 1.. ,.,;,..,..(... 1 !
indeiien.'enfle bnt nn.f,.-,!,!, to' ti.o !
interest of the Cincinnati, ilam'dto.i
and Dayton on the north, and ii:.' j
Southern and the Alabama Ureal Soul h-
ern on the south. 'J'his insures har
mony betwen the parties, stops litiga- j
tion and fully protects the interests of j
Cincinnati in the manner in which her!
citizens seemed to prefer. The i-ou'. h- j
ern Kailway company ret litis tiie own- j
ership of the old Lotiisviiie Southern'
line which insures also protection to !
the city of Louisville.
PALMETTO'S LEGAL CATTLEG.
lieariutr Involving tin, ('.o.titiilion:ility r 1
the StMle l;,'Ki-t ration I.xiis.
Coi.i miua. S. C, May 4. The hearing i
in the important injunction c.ise in- '
v.dving tiie constitutionality of lite j
South Carolina registration laws and'
constitutional convention act. was cm- i
tinned yesterday. Mr. C. A. Dmitri .ss
for the couiplaiua nt made a powerful
argument, starting at 10 o'clock yester
day and continuing till 4:!0 p. m.. will;
a recess for dinner. He riddiod the
laws with legal shot from no end o!
authorities. Mr. UeotgeS. Mower then
began and completed his argument fot
the state, which was simply a citation
of authorities. Judge Ut.ff iuu -n tipt.-ii
him many times with pertinen' (ptes
tious, itoiiediing that his m!n I is r,.-c'ie
clear on the ease. 1 no ecoei .iV iu.
now seems to be that the decision i.s
going- to be against the state. Thre
more arguments consuming four or five
hours are to be made today. The case
will scarcely be concluded till this
evening. The dispensary case will noL
be reached until Monday.
INDIANS PREPARING TO FIG H i .
l uired Mute i Vrirsh ls Will Attef -pt lo
Siilxlutt the North tlaWota Hr .
Devil's La km. N. 1).. May 4 -Fniie.:
States Marshal Cromin. with a hii;-'-force
of deputies went to St. .lo;i!i':
yesterday to arrest the Indians aeca-f''
of stealing go eminent wood, 'l in en
hundred Indian arc prpm-inr To re
sist. They eiaiin the land, twenty to.:
tiy thirty-one miles, where tt.ey cut the
timber, was never ceded to the govern
ment and belongs to them. Tlie-.- bur.i
ed the residence of one govei-iito.-::!
witness Tuesday. The whites are be
coming aiarmed. A number of v.-oaes
and children have moved hero. Trie
male portion of the population, web
provided with firearms, takes relays i;i
watching the homes at night.
Anti-l.ot tery law i Sue ess.
WasiiinotoN. May 4. The post r -Tie.
denartment has received reports tiiat
the anti-lottery law has been very ef
fective in breaking up the bu.si .-v
Post Office Inspector Dice, at New Or
leans reports that two agent-.. I. A.
Uourdain and 1). M. Siocum. ropivson1-
ing the Louisiana Guarantee Loan o -u
pan v. the Louisiana Grand Lo' tor
company, the Louisiana State I.ovtei -y
company and the Honduras National
Lottery company, all of New Orleans,
were prevented by this law from eoi;
tiuuing the business, and both men
Miners and Operntorit .Icr.-c.
Knoxvu.i.k. Tenn., May 4 The roa'
miners and operators of tiie Jeliie dis
trict readied an agreement :;s U rra e
last night -after a two days' oi.-'i.t
tion. The 'scale of wages uuop.c to!
the ensuing year, is t!ie same as U. i. -&
effect last year with a lew hiii.-u
changes. The new sealc was tive.i :v :
out trouble and the miners will go Vi
work under it at oueo.
Will Not I'roectlte (lnnl'ili.
Lofisvu.LK, Ky., May 4. An
mate friend of the Hush family, Mrs.
Gordon's relatives, i.s authority for the
statement that so far a they are con
cerned nothing would be done towards
pushing the prosecution against Fulton
Gordon. They are anxious for the
whole unfortunate affair to be hushed
ud and will allow ihe matter to drop.
Smallpox on Slateu tslainl.
Pour Richmond. S. I. .May 4. Health
Ollieer J. Walter Wood last night dis
covered two cases of smallpox on
Simonson street and had them removed
to the county hospital at Four Corners.
The houses in the neighborhood were
fumigated and are now under quaran
tine. The American onlt! ot Win.
Takis. May 6. Ranker. t!,e Ameri
can wheelman was beaten in the first
heat of the 2.000 yard race at the Velo
drome de l'Kst vesterdav- Haras won
the final. At the Velodrome I'.ufl'alo,
Don woody got second prize in tlie race
Secretary Grenham Again III
Wasiiington, May 3. Secretary
Gresham is again ill and eon lined to
his rooms at his hotel. Several mem
bers of the diplomatic corps came to
the state department yesterday to see
i, .. .:!,,... t.....-e
DRUG CLERK .S FATAL MISTAKE.
WroiiB inerodtrnts in n::iIlc e.eicr.p- j
tion (aunrs the li.-aU, of Two ( hiidreu. !
Atlanta. May f .-Two children ol
Mr. Seott owers of this citv died sud- i
denly last night in delirious condition i
and it is thought tliat their death was :
caused by the mistake in the tilling ol I
a prescription by Drug Clerk Hawkins !
:t Ingram's drugstore, this citv. Ir. I
K. L. P.rooks. was tiie attending phy- !
sician. He swore before the co.one.a
jury that the children were eri'.ie.tilv -sick
; that he did not expect either ol
them to live : that they had a cetitpH-!
cation of measles ar.d pneutnoney. lie i
was called and sei.t two pivscriations !
to the drug tore. The mother says tiie j
children slept so-.mdiy :.i:.;ik iiatelv ai- ;
ter taking t!ie medicine and 1 hey sun-!
denly waked in a ileilrions con litioa
when the doctor was su;t;:n!.tie i ngjiin. !
Heeamj and the two eiiiidren died in
less than iifteeii iiupum-s and r.'.inost '
suiiiiltaticonsi y. T,t. nr;, seine v. il! be!
tested by p'rine-sioaat clictn ls.
A MILLION DOLLAR PASL'
F. iTit-k & C
y. inn. ,,
s. Asi: oi-'i-t .it Sr. '!
ens:t:0:l ol t n - t.'otir.
Sr. ci.orn. ;i'. i..
arts A Co's asi'-:ia:.'t;t
I, . !J" j
' the j
were live mimites
eiei If s otoeo cloved Satstrdar cvrtii,:;'. '
is tin sensation of the hour hero. T! e I
liabilities will reach s -'.hi.e jil a in.ivi
reach .ci.iioo.od'i. The value of ti e ;
assets, given at -1 .'.'."i.i.im-i. is problem:: ti j
cal. llielirm chiiskis oi N
1". Clark, '
nt Kt l'.x.i IS , iv i i, i
"1 I rre.i it . uirK, (
oi .iifine:ip..,is. uIms" interest is tiui.-i:-nal.
The place of bn-i -less of th firm
is Minneapolis, where it has mills. It
has until lately been regarded as one '.f
the wealthiest in the .state. ,'. I.
I Clark's extensive holdings of pine lands !
an(1 o1 1,L'r !,n,l"
giving it in. limited i
credit, but fr the past yviir. com-j
mencing with the fi n;: ncial ei is;s. t::e ;
tirm has with uitti 'iiitv maintained i's .
l'ronilaent ti. A. It. si,.., i;,n;-nt 1
to I lie Confederate l -n
ClllCAi'io, May Colonel
; tie- pro
' Sexton and Coi.niei Her.i y L
j prominent U. A. K. men. tiii ii
j test of Commander .b...ej.ii A.
of the Masstiehu.sefs Urand Army of
the Kcpuuiie. against tin- proposed "e i
ieatioti on decor..! ion d v of the t.ionu-
i ment of confederate so dicrs buried in
Oakwood cet'Hterv. was unealied for
and an im. cr. in :.i e
of the U. .v. il. hi i 'hi
ttel Saxton "do !! e
fOIifederates do ..I til
is eat ireiy nat -:t a i I
wi.-h to show ivs;j
rades. As for i ; : i r
the de'.iieat i ti. i .
a nd a 1 im" ; :c
a nee to 1 he tc;; '
."' sa'd Colo-wh-tt
l-. !ll ' TV. i t
il i cons-
frioiidly f-.-eiitig "''
and ii).:!' '(-: -.-'A'.
THE IDEA MEETS
The !-esiiev,i !-... I t
oi... : .... .. . u .i
rs 1:1 i i'i!,;i'.
-.- th ;
typers and stt
members of th
ot the trades u
1 printing oiiiee. all
.... oat'tieultir l-rar.ehes
on. sm. inot at ti.e gov
r op.ic v.'-iter.'.ay af-
ternooa au i v. ua r, into. is! y decideit that
two n.em'oi r of each union be appoint
ed to confer with the coaimittee ap
pointed i.y the Columbus Typographi
cal I'llion. No iti!, to endeavor to in
duce President t '.o' -i tml to I'dace ihe
enitilo;, es of tbe etivei iiment printing
otiice in tho class: ho-'i service, provided
for by the act to ia galate and improve
the civil service of the Fnited States.
OFF TO THE C
Tho Virclnla Stal .' MilSiia On!
il to the
Sti-nt! of r.iotini;.
LvNCiir.risn. Va.. May -4. A telegram
was received about 1 .'::' o'clock this
morning fiom Governor O" Fen-all ' or
dering the home uard to proceed by
lirst train to Pocahontas, the scene of
tho miners" stike. The town bell was
rung nt 1 o'clock and the military pro
ceeded to gather at the armory. At
the hoar of 3:4a a. m. they weiv fully
equipped and lo't on the ":".." morning
train for Pocahontas.
TROUBLES COME TO
Hritaiit Accept. . alvwliir,
:n i lee for Niearasua.
a s 1 1 1 v ( ; to n . May S. The depart
ment of state has receive.! a cable mes
sage from Ambassador bayard stating
that Great . P.ritani had accepted the
guarantee made by Salvador of tlie
paytivnt of the imlemity by Nicaragua
in Londoa within a loi t uiglit. and so.
as sooa us Nicaragua eon linns and so
informs the liritish admiral, the latter
is instructed to leave Corinto.
Mraw lints ittxl Wall 1'njier to (u l"J.
C'iicaoo. May - - Prices on straw
hats and wall paper arc slated for a
pronounced rise, according to a local
paper. Mr:-, vv hat s wi;! l.e higher, as a
result of China's va r. the supply of
Asiatic I laei being t.p.-cted to tali
short. Widl pa pel is likely to be af
fected bv tlie present light among the
man uiae i ...cj's. The wali jiaper trust
is at war w.lii the
K. F. Hobbs. and
will !.e advanced s
i. ol it vv in priors
r.a.l for (li iir V.'l ile.
London. May tl.- O-car Wilde will be
liberated today or o. ii-'ti ba:J is found,
the court be for, which his lawyers ap
plied having agreed to accept his per
sonal bail bond n 1 !.i(iii. s;,,l two
sureties in S?"-.:;.V t r.di. t'oiise: asked
that one secure! y of J.r.dn be accepted
instead of two sure-lie in ii. ','.".!) each.
Governor l-i-oivn Hi 1 l.toi f r St-nator.
Lot'isvu.i k. !y.. Secretary ( f St'ite
John XV. Hoiidly announced yes:erday
that Governor ilrown will -ontinue ia
the senatorial race but it wiii bo some
time before he beginsan active canvass
They lleet Next iu Halt imore.
Nasiivii.i.e. Tenn.. May 3. The
committee appointed by the general
conference of the Methodist Episcopal
Church south, for tlie purpose of se
lecting the place of meeting for the
next conference met here yesterday
and chose Raltimore, which did not
put in an application.
Moruanfield Most Go to the Penitentiary. !
Richmond. Va., May 4. TheMtprexJil
court of appeals yesterday refused a
writ of error in the case of Charles ,
Morganfield, alias Morgan, the Aquia
Creek train robber, and t he judgment
of the Stafford county court stands. ;
' Morganfield must now go to the peni
i Reae The Advance, $i i ) ar.
iA MTU. CARGLlIi
jrrent Njws for the Wt
Throuchoai tho Stato.
THEY THOUGHT THEY HAD SHAM?.
t harlot l e, X. l, tlttU-UU Make n Sfriotu
Atlstake SeurthlnR for a Murderer.
Other Interesting; News
ThroUKhout the tate.
Cm ni.ori K, N. C May 3. The mftt: -arrested
here Tuesday answeting tt
the description of Shatter, the lmir.U-r j
er of James T. Wallace, at D.wivilie. ,
Va., turned out to be Uus Lay, of Uas-j
tottia. N. C and vas yesterday rc'.ciis j
ed. A photograph of Shaiicr w..s son' i
to Chief of Police Orr yesterday and il
was very much like Lay. An engiiieet I
j on the Southern railway last, nig.it. re
! ports hn vitig seen Sha tier w:t I k; n: a.or.'.- '
j the track just beyond Lynehbur , am'
I i hat Siianer waved his hand at. h'-oi ;
; He says he knew Sha tier well and thu!
he was conrident it vsns lie.
SECREST FOR TVE
Use N'orsti t'tiro .inn W f,'
1Y y e A
M it.Ii r r l' i
M.iV 4. "!"
orr iiili t:.itt . "
111- I'll KI' liil 1 1 on. N.
Holed case of Hoke Secret, win
dered his wife and ehii.t twelvi
ago iu Duike coi.niy. ili-s si',
called yesterday, i ounsei fortl
e. a.- !
V ha 1 j
-.ii. i j
i:t t'ie '
ii lino it need til "it til
agreed upon a c,oiiijirom'.e vol
i!!atis!at!riitor. 'I'h.e jury were
inly ins! ructed to reti.U-r st:rh
diet and Secrest was at o'too :-!
to twenty years i;up.i:.o:::ient
Heath -T : i'roo.'n it
.'v.siir.vn.i.i-'.. N. V..
ter. collector of int.
the lift it distrio? of
die 1 yc.-terday. ile
week wit 11 a-.lel i'-ii! i
t j. 'ii'mu'l Curd."- ".-,'
ltiwyer.s as wt il
known poi i! ii'i i :t - i
1.. t 111'
was ::b ;
- t l!'-
K v; i lo
roait e it.,
ciotipaiiy to .sl.o-.v e :..
not be lined for conic!:!
itig 1 lie ".,..") con t i a.: ci: 1
el i: ?-." i i il (si i a ..
the oi 'ler ta ti e c-n, '
supremo court to m .' . '
NOiTTH C - f? 3 L IT 1 A
The co-.ts of i if S ':
library suit fall ep n
A. Lil'lingtoa. l.'-s s.nv
The IWlows fact. i y
shut down in ofiie:' to ci
Messrs. Neweomii . !'v
the factory about
twice enlarged the
. n-1 , , . , . .
A n Tt". .
s:;.00tl. I ic
ed w i'.'.i 1; : w
:;o as his e
ill ju'oba 1'!
.ou.o lisio j
sis ."nt by Gov- j
ii gov erf . .rs ol
v. al Lei- M I v
. .t out .nit a
i: :-. "(ivcrtiorj
' ;'. :tc t' ga g;i
.:-i.i - -e'ist .-. e i
o.i v i sli- in tile
H S I' . i i i V itl-
b'it i is nl.iitdv
that i i e -or
is : bo.
ell' 'It I
Nr. rrow Ctt -";.-.' '
ton. ;!:: n.i -r-isition
t 'tat i:
fi..i tlge r : e - a
board .:i .;::
larticed it t:.--
Th" ! e il - s . i ;
t'.M. s I 1 X,
PoCAIlo'- I AS. '
IliOjls'f.'t! ! Ol
here yester ia v f
about :;.;: ).
a ad t hen a i. ;
st KIre. V..i.'-'s
clato'i over t ii
ti nd a.---o;'l t "..a
wor't IT ')
eonli 'e-o th:::
idle. '1 lie j .e
IlJlIld s;jy thai
j. lined a ml 1 tie
be -er'o isi-.- ..;
!t:g v: iii lie s-s
1 irne comes 'I
h lift I
W A Sill NOT IN. M.t
advices r -eci ed h -i 'j '
Corinto by the Rritish
a cc : nip ! irdied yes! ,:r-. I
was ro t. ire! to the .'. i
ties. . hortly after ts
Mini: lei- t ;i:.':i . r. c. '
sage stating that aii '
had l-ecn :. iti .fsel' ri; . an
the Rritish t..m':r '- s.'ot:.
mediation tf S. i , i o,
ras. In tl.is ma-.:: r Nit-
.1 ; r. v a i t)-atr;e,. e of
tioa v. a . itvoiilrii t a
N'-csra; " w "a p'sy 1 l:e )
Loiuioi, v.ii'i'.n tiie l-.v..
lated io.e! the remain ing '
ultiaialatn ivi.l be s..t.i-."
y o:ii inc
: i.i". Tenn.
4- dcels: : od g'
jorily in tin; !c. -.1
,-' V iAr
- s e,-
- ,',y r
5 Old Friend
.o i et frieiitl that never
a is Sibiuo!i.s Liver Ilegu
;..! Z) that's wKat
-;r ;it t: e mention of thia
:t Liver mo-lioine, and
sliori't v.ol l e ersuaded
i vii :'!': e) o wU do.
the. Khi'X of Liver Medi
is I. ., :k r tinri pills, and
ll of vitiiinne and
.ts diroetlv on the
: Ki-l-.v- r.r.d V)wo!m and
. ::-"v to tho whole sys
Th: ; u iho nicliinne you
. ?-c!.3 hy nil Ih'isirgists in
;, or ::i iVuviio. to be taken
r ::: ' :i ;i tea.
j '.:. st. hi, t. i.i red wrapper
..ll'.U'.i CO.. 2'hHatlelpliia. Vm.
THE iLLNESS OF GBESHAM.
i'res dent C'levelnmr AnJttety to Keep
A iMi-rlranUni Out of Sight.
Washington. May 4. The serious
illness of Secretary Grosham has
thrown the entire charge of the Xicara
gnan atTair into the hands of President
CU-veland, and therefore no one can
i-x peel :: n y t urn towards Americanism
io the policy. The president will sure
ly not let Assistant Secretary L'hl take
charge of this Central American
trouble, because he fears some patriot
i :n may be injictel into it. The pres
ident remembors how, when the secre
tary of Mate was ill btfore and tho
.l;a;iea was lired upon. Mr. l'hl acted
tit" Am"' iean and sent that noted dis
patch to Spain demanding immediate
apology. A btirit child dreads the fire,
Mr. i i e v ', i a 1 1 I is not going to let Mr.
t id re s! any more dispatches. The
matter, therefore, rests in charge of
' .V r.
Clevelr.iiil on this side and Mr.
i ir, I. on. Ion. ain't I'ngland will
' I !'...
1 : now hn
no i" '::r.
io, is turn ii. Secretary Gres
iuess will necessitate his ab-
feuce from tlie state .le part ment for
"-.t-Us. It was his desire to lie at his
desk ! gain when ho was sick last time
thai eaw-e-1 this sol back. The doctors
are u.ov saving that Mr. Gresham will
be ol -o-.-ed lo take a lonjf rest. Yester
day tes tr Hibie was complicated by
i::v,!ii r a ga'ti stone, and the greatest
':rc is !.c!:i- e 'ic'sed lo keep him
ij iiel a'ot n -moved from any annoyance
llenrj- t.enrjse' Lrscj.
Am i'.n. N". Y., May li. -The will of s
S. M. I !:ir roughs, who died recently at
Voo.e t'afto. lias just boon recevied
here. He left 'Mi l ea.ch to John Tar
son's I'll si.y t ei ia ii e!-,iir.-h and the Ilex
e .',:o.i ei tia'tei y in Medina, and S20,t00
to Henry George, the single tax advo
cate of New York. Mr. llurronghs was
an cnihushis'.ie ad locate of the single
Itnlsiai 1'. ill he for Il.trrlHon.
I Mi v:: loi.is, Imb, May ft. Indiana
-vii! probably send a so. id delegation
for Gem-mi Harrison to the next
ti-ttio.-iai icptiblitMii convention. It is
said that the old Gresham factions
now favot Harrison. Mr. Harrison's
friends are iV termitied that he shall
be linii.ina's candidate.
I ooiit l"e 'l For rui:l.
i Ci I'vi i. in i. May The Standard
Oil company Saturday served notices
' on a tin tub, r of local factories which
'"ii vi been using petroleum for fuel
! tii.tt it tnui ! no longer furnish them
I with 'n-i ' I The recent advance in
! prices is the wa use assigned for its
i-loiif I'asNi'it Throntch Texan.
.v. Texas, May fl. A cyclone -over
I his portion of this state
ue ! toier. Houses were
.i.r.i a, :-;.-!; killed and fences
. easiiahies are reported.
;..o. -r , ... t Red river to the
;ti rv. . making" a swath
, I ,. frtresl. ':..,"
lij iti,i ll:ttk i loen It Itoom.
..I.' . k. Ten n.. May 3. The At-
i paliich'-to ii.u.k at Rig Stone Gap, Va,
has eio-.i d it lif.ors. It was organized
five ven;s . with !?:,0.000 capital. As
setts and Labilities lire not given, but'
. it is 'a!-- ; t tiat all claims will be paid
! i!i f":i- -
J ( oia; 'on !ie hy Mi wn Hands.
j Fmox. S. C, May 4 W. L. Compton,
I of this city, who shot his wife and then
I I, tits - If throe days ago died yesterday.
Ii t o ns o'.t that it was in some re
: l is ts a parallel cast; with that of
I'.i o ii-lioi-don in Louisville.
tiore Troop I nroute to f'nba.
H v , . Vny 4. The transport '
steamer Antonio Lopez has arrived at
Santiago do Cuba from Spain with 934
regular t roops. The. governor general
sailed yesterday at 4 p in. for Cien-fuego-i
Now It in Itat.v's Turn.
Jankiiio. May 4.-The Italian
: ti afi'jin-s lii demanded that
..i. y wit.'iin seven days to the
' .a le by Italy for losses bustala
'iiiisii. si.bj 'ets 'luring the lato
.31 J. b. Gov't Report
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