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"LEI ALL THE ENDS THOU AIUSV AT BE THY COUKTRY'3, THY GOD'S ASD TRUTHS."
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
WILSOX, X. C, JULY 9, 1S96.
THE FIGHT L OR SILVER. SESSKlSS'li CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
is th;it the convention will be for silver at
1( to 1 s fur f!ilw1ilMtnc tln (iniiviiii tim
y It Begins with the Selection Of a i ill groping in the dark. The din of the
m t Jilar.d and Boies boomers is deafening,
lemporary U'lninnan, : uml so infectious at times that it is almost
' carries the public off its feet. Blaml is
unquestioru'.blv in the lead so far as actual
NATIONAL COMMITTEE NAMES KILL ( vote, are concerned, his strength appruxi-
mating tdo, a liberal estimate, with Boies
uiovii.-, along at his heels with about t..
Elaborate Preparations for the
k International Convention.
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WASHINGTON IN GALA ATTIRE.
Ai.dthoSilv.-rltos Insist ,.n Havinq; Senator . )Ut Itf-ther is. able to demonstrate US vet 14 Is Z:ctl That Iletucen Forty ami
IN these days of keen and constant
I'ifty T1hmis:uk1 Visitors Will Attend the
National Capital While the C omentum
Is in Session.
Daniel Whitney Heroines a Delegate, how he can win.
Thou-h irefusii.-- :m r'e. tion :it the Xew i 111 this chaotic condition of affairs gos-
i coirmetition the path to prosperity j vovk state convention, irt- Takes i 11!;i::d '1:-tl',!i srs :l!::ut .. ' .'
t i 1. i . ! .horses. illiam .J. Brvan. ice President
miiSt HO CUt OUt by the blade Ot COmmon' t,H' I,,-ox-v nt 0l"' W!l Wa ri,os''n- : Adlai K. Stevenson. John II. McLean,
j I Hand, in the Lea l, but There Are JUany : Senator Joe Idackburn of Kel.tucky and and .do o m visitors to the capital city are
I Uiu-' nurses. j Senator Yhife of California all share the expected during the ne;:t ten days to at-
i distinction of !vinj canvassed. Even Son- toad the sessions of the lift -oath interna-
ClilCAC.o. duly 7. The nati mal com- ator Hill, of New York, is talked of, and tional Christian Endeavor convention,
Washington. July . Between 4d.OO0
sense, as applied to the act of buying.
' To underbuy is our constant effort,
t And to undersell is our settled
daiermination..' . .
""0 M L who appreciate the winning combination of LOW
.. pRICLS for liKTTER GOODS, We offer our
inittee yes';niay .-ole-ted a temporary his famous Elmira
;ee;-h of Is.'d is re- which legins on Wednesdav and continues
throiurh the i:th. A ve.-t amount of work
j chairman and .a:-ed upon the contested : calleil a an evidence that he is a bimetal-
ca-es which were la-oiurht before it. The Ihtand w 't.l! make a. strong conre'.-omiso preparing the j urogram for the convention
! Nela-aska case was settled in favor of candidate. 'tv. iam.
seziiea in :avor ui .auumare. i Maine or ex- jovernor ana ior r lie entiTtainnient oi t f.e tauieav
''ermaliy launched vesterdav, anil e::-Con
I hi .-
k:-ii-: ark somk them.
1 , c -i c l i e s L " it b r e 1 1 i 1 s . j
V k:v vx tlint v.--. undierbouglit on these and are underselling!
-r.;. Don't 1 uy till you see them. Prices start at 47c, i
.; ; .!iLy would be chear.) at 70c fully as good yalues
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I I V '.i :J
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- : A ; D ( . III". I I . i . I ' . 1 r. I . I ; ; ; I
r --n x , f I t l i - 1" ' i the g -Id men. b-v a vote .: t- wh.ch
i jj ; J i . iD.);.;()ilb wa.ab,ait ;:l,;rv,:,.:ew;,, h :wn later
- i 1 ! ... .1- ,--e . e . o.i.'... . -1 . .i.'iom
gvescrnnn Joe Sibley, ol Penr.sylvani.i, an
!iounced his candidacy.
At w,rk in the background is the sena
torial movement lor Telier, with the freo
s-ilver lieptiblicans and Their allies, the
Populist leaders, strair.inur every nerve to
impress on the convention the advisabil
ity of nominating the Coiorad an. With
U the-e siivia- forces t niggling against
each other, wiili t In? g. !d : ten solid and
compact, reacly to obey orders, it is a
shrewd political prophet vrh ) canpobit,
the way out. E23
'1 he i: nation in the eastern trold stand
ard cam) lias cry-ali-e I enough to en
.ble one to ger m ere of an idea of a set
tled plan th.,a h. is hiihe-ro prevailed. The
bodv 1'ave l he con-
t::at Mrs r claim yglm attkxtiox
f J T 1
i Th pr.d n." Tt'i are rh
1 .-dl -eat The il.-er d legati
remernoar tliat a piece ot iiiooon ai tnei n..ih u. . , m and
! ir s- -.-J- '-- -i o n o hV rnn ! n om .a;t n i;t .a-.a v. : e
V 1 . ! I I J k 1 ! I 2 1 - i S i J L J J 1 I 1
half v ,tr.
. !' th c
k k . . w. ' . . . . - - - " " . .1,,,, i
1. I -1
U !. : !;i: n to :ve "ou Petter y.iiues taaa ouiei.s ai
1 . . ..... . 1.
i.l l)e convinced.
m.i- c-;vt n
vent ten. aid ir is d aJaial it ;..ny individ
ual rer tal:r i hat e. ,urse. The leaders
are all again-- it. although it is believed
tha.t Mr. W'iiMam C. 'Vliitney would le
pleaM'il to ve a.nother convention, with a
pad standard pb tbaau. Tbe m .st radical
a; iieu thai a ;;aad staaa ard man will rake
v. . . ... ! " v :,., t ,d ;ird i bat ;s to
i ft ft I
James U. Campbell, of Ohio, is also heartl. orers lias been done by the local commit
The Perm ivt r b i.an from C).vgon was tee. From the enthusiasm which has been
apparent all over the country, as da-closed
by the eommuiaicntieiis that have been re
ceived by the local committee and the in
tense interest taken in the convention, it
seems to be assured that the gathering
will be the greatest of its kind ever held.
The combined seating capacity of -IM.ooo
will lie available at anytime during the
cenvt ntion. and the meet ing places will be
more numir us than heretofore. Three
great tents pitched on the white lot. a
government reservation ju.d soiiili of the
president's mansion, a larye hall and a.
number of the churches will constitute
the principal auditoriums and at certain
times incetingswillbeliehl multaaeouUy
in all. Other churches will be utilbad for
early morning prayer meetings ami -mailer
gatherings. Primarily important as meet
ing places will l-e the three gr-at Kens on
the white lot. named r expect i ly "Tent.
yilIiston," "Tent liiide .vor'' aa 1 'Tent
Kach of titese mamimdh st-e'ehes of
canvas-will h . Id about i:.oo p. .' e l '. Ap
proximately ;-.it,i) pers.ais can accom
modated in the settles tor the and'ence.
while on the great piutoaan provi -ion will
be ma.le for !.e m ;.e. All t'l audito
riums are decorate 1 with ( 'h ri ian Kn-deav-.-f
and Cnited Star.- hags, st reamers
and buntings. In the tents are dis; laved
a number of lags of foreign nations, con
tribuie I e-; o '; ailv for t his (Mir-imUeti by
Chii.-ri i.i Kudee.v. -r societle-i in 'he re
spective countries as an o ;pre-siou of the
international character of the ga h... ing.
Aside from ta.e interior d '"o! a : : us ;h,
citizeUs of "asiii !igo ei. partir-u'.ai ly the
merciia.n.ts. have entered into th - spirit of
the coovcn;ion and joined in making the
city attractive by liberal l vorati-ms of
thv-ir hoiae-,i:.d pLe es of business, .-hoi;
window- are bria-ht with convention col
ors, shields and other devices in colors
hearing the word "Web-ome" are promi
nently displayed, and fronts of stores and
buiblings are drape. 1. The government
iUithorities have lent their assistance in
decorating the public parks.
A prominent feature of this year's eon-
c !e T v. i , eao.,,,. A a ., ... t. ei ee . e , .e : . m t , . - h , r, .- 1 . i, . ..I 1..; 1..,.. 1.;.- .v....,-.... It. . . . t e!Uii. rt:u i.e. m.c Uicu i;;i-o aoo-n
. , ........ ... , u;o eiunu.u:: oo-u. - ins , , . j HaVlllg 1 eeli C ;:o!P.Hl i : l'lVsHtettC ilU- ! ,
'i: ea-n. r : . years om, in .-v.ig. i. , s,ay 01 execuuon ior sixty The commi; tc completevl its wr!C l:y j C(dn in 11. an i is now 7 a years old.
a- ., mj-s. i.e . ana a young nays sa graniea io gie 1 1 me ior an ap- selecting tlie '.Minor olticers. to v.m.cli t .Mere ; i;jovcm..nr has also I oen inaugurated
a I - v.a ur o!it on tin' peal to The court ot a .peals I rom .1 u.lae ; v; tC oldections.
. -ai .. n. -owed from tlie iielm's decision overruli.ug the motion of ' lows: Temporary seen
pi --eiy-ers kept . wil!ing s attornev lor a new trial, the; ing of Indiana: sergeant-;
y 1 e.v. and it lie 'an . till up only friend of Wallina- piesent wa.s his : lartin of St. Louis: a
j the a' Id delegation trom r.i i'-hi g, . was a
' surprise to the silver r
jV-a, !,v.;1a rl'-r-V.Kf iV'T nr.jn jA Qi Jfli 0 fHO jQ & ' was cast against plaei.
j O .Q " i
Ms! V I
r v r a p i
bv Mr. .'
( )!' eour-e : h.
mpe;,U. V. 1 )
.'I H i a g a ri.
imj" rtant f.
-.ed bv th.e Montana
del'.a- ; i, ai of til raational U",,u hlica n con-
' " vea.ti i in Sr. Louis to remain in the con
. ..a'a- . vention hall, v.uth - the notilicatioti that
:t was ! they will act o i li.ir individual states as
:- j to suj-pori of the platform and national
: li-dag as the Democrats of tliv or sUitu.s ae.---
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C J A
. L'EATII, m',o.
meetmgot UaM-enimioee wasihe,a.ee;jo!i j William C. Tv'hitney wdl be in a dele
of a temporary !;, it'.n.in b.rth-.' oave!?- Se:it n the lloor af the convention.
;i ,n. As has been generally predicted. I U,, b.!s bvii t.ia-ed in the ,-eat of A. r.
J -s,n,ir-ir H!1! !v-','!v,l1 ;1 eiby of tla. .'ltr!f) it( lho iK,...nth New York district,
7 ; voies of the - -m a a : t.-e. and to da v. whe iind will thu- i'e able to take a part iii ihe
v. i ii i a i . i i . i iooio. . 1 e. ,aeiate. ibis is an un;:t.ectod thing, he
. 1 1 T.. I I M 1 I' ..... !. 1
oruer. lie w,.i pre-e,n .m.. u.i i-a ie...- ; b iviirMV.t 1 en cb-'-tivl :i a di'le-ra t e 1 roni
ac.rarv i h.airaiai
I I Cor. X:ish and Goldsboro Streets
i mdtee, i In '.... s'loweo i.iat to so,. a f,-e-a when r i ,e st-:: ' eco: ven i ion met there.
j men were not snti-lie,!. and the a:;:ea:;av- j ' f;u, yNt.sr Virginia delegation has -
: j ntent was immcaiately made that a minor- j ci;Je I to bring the name of Judge James
! ity report will ! e presented and that Mr. , ,t.,(.ics.,n, ,? P;..rl;ci.-'..urg. liefore tlie i--n-
! Daniel, wh , was defeated in commit o- a j Ve'!fion for s; com! i !.;ce o-: the ticket. A
M-:w i ;;!. i v. . ,! u ly i. A lour .M. ail- 1 win be made the (la-iee of silver men for !
that th silv. r
York upon has own ex pre
T'ir: - Caior n j),
Walliag sentenced to Death.
to Judge .iackson asit-
X. Y.. Juiy 7. James Lee, ing. found guilty of i he murder of Peail I temporary chairman. It means that there j j h;V(!.srnt to ii -e his nanie. He is the
he Y'-iitnev grain tleva- . Ury.an, on the night of Jan. wayester- ! will be a light in t he convention as soon as 0i,?t.st Cnitetl Sta-s judge the bench.
i -beau voiees winch has Le, n m training lor
a long time for th" gathering. Three sec-
V.'lien .:-! ft ,-t from. ; brother, (diaries Walling, of Franklin
kit c iliided wi'h count v. Indiana. He showed greater de-
arnas. James Oliver ot .New i or
After the adjournment of the national !
- t ,e.o c ( i it's ,us, ( fiM i , i r i i r . i i , i t -
aa,,... .. f.a. , ,,. , , . ,, , tmns o t lie charus will .-Lssist m th sing-
1"l- as ioi in the iioero-g - j lion, .vaniar r-ewall. ot , . .. . , ' .
t v;., ! . , , , I ing m the tents, and the leurth oodv of
ui', . . 1 . . e. , . t - ' I . . i j I ; T . i v i 7 i". 'v.O e- e f I . 1 O o C O ; - I
.,.,.,. ,,,.!, ! -.i,l,'- .. , ' ' . . ',' i i I voi'vs will be da vide I aai ,ng the
-at-. arms, .lolm . t.:,n. g he -;ia: '-(ion is san to have ! 'can , . , . ,, . ,
! i '. , , . , ., other meetings m t ne hall ; ;::J ci arches.
ts,ant 'el g. .lilt-..,- : i..vov; a, v je-.-euted bv ra;av-alver 'lien, ,
i ' ' S Probably the most interesting b ature in
; caj -i..-i. Lena Hlssig. ression upon hearing 1 ha sentence than J committee Mr. C lay ton, of Alabama,
1 and Jo'm Lee, did the prisoner himstdf. However. Alon.o ; stated that, imnu-iiaiely after C Iv.iiaoan
were drowned. M. Valli!ig's usually imp;tvde counte- i Harrity calls t he convention to order ho !
i !. n.ance llu-hed and. turned ashen pale al- will ':resent 'he name of David 1. Hill, c t i
.'; -'.'t d
v; !!! as,
'I aaeral Carl
! ; u ': i !e of
t - :!v on tlie steam- -
ternatelv, and In was a trille unsteadvin
his walk. He was taken back to th.e Cov- !
ington jail to await the titada. I
T!ie rortv-lii t !i Star.
V.sniN"oTo. July H The forty-fifth j
-... .w.,w..iii.tiii.f 1 hi .,-.t ', t ? t! . :
isa guest-. Mai, v , n , ......... (
aa,,, 1 , .. , ; I t.ieii ot the state oi i ran. wa aauea io i
v Yoi k 'was in the ; the ilag on Friday, but very few of the na- j
h i t pi si tailed hi a tioii's standards which fi latedinthe breeze ;
.: red ion again-, the . dispdayed the new brilliant.
o'o- i'.d: :! "ioa'o ! " . !
I'aiatid ana i-Vii vsT'n:r.i. ;
1 o ; e
v mm m
a ) n : u ro
v- lu! ion-
WlLMlXSTOX. Deb. July 7. Dr. Harry
L. Clayton, who lived near F.ighteenth
uml Oxford :-;:e.-ts, i niba!el;daa.
Via - a .a -v - e.-.-,- -3,1
i';'zL ; a"-' e&i 1&MTz. e.
i X -' '"
conneati -n with th.e full ( horns ..f .(t
j voices is an onen air patriotic s.mg ser-
vice. '1 his is t take j la'-e next Saturday
I afternoon on the broad j.!a.a on the east
1 side of the United States Capitol building,
j The Marine band will I-md its as-btanee.
I Presitlent F ram-is K. Clark. D. I)., of Kos
I ton. is to pre-i do at the meeting : 1 b n John
j Wanamaker, of Phil.cielphia. is to make a
I brief address, and Pre-ident ( lark is to
j present a banner to the local city union
j having reported the be.-r work accom
j dished during the year in . raia ,t ing Chris-
j The pro gam f : t iia :..: ir: r-- 'f ii con-
venrion is ,-ib ait coinpb-ted. In u--f.i-r.il it
! contemplates earlv ue aada g r, ,v. r na-et-
is !,,,! in :orwr. drowned i n Silver lake, liddletawn, yes- XiZl a
... g,to. - ...wp.n,. ., mr terdayaftenmon. He banted in a beat : g:'r
en- wg-e (,tim.r lioi.i . 'tf(i.fr.xrrsty : .-. -a ;,s., .3 ?ii "ty .v-,.
alh. im. a hor-e attached loc i t Prisoners l;r::v. j "g'..vb 'f:S?y eJii'1
. . a: ..1 . ... 1. W.1-...1 i .. ... ... T..L. I.- .. i , -X,rX lX, :'X. - '-. ? : 'a' 'a . VaVvvrrV
c E.V AT.') it PAXIItL.
bocanse of Mr. Sewall's 1 ord
ittaneial -a: :i ai. and be.-aue :
l'eve I th .t !tis nomination would
ud backed into i nrTiiU O. T.. July 7. Fourteen
oners overpo w
red the gua;
itv-d States jad 1:
un-Iav ui.-g-;t ; ad j
, iig . tf. while tit
aa! the h ,rs" a
a w. re Ai r. am, .Mrs. ,,..,0-,, j.,;p $) Dollin and " 1 -y aa mi: e j
a . ..f Xe.r York. ',vh ; 'th.e- la-t survivors af The i-alrei !
a:r e.e. : 1 r. You mans, -.;lng, wh were ( harr-al with the va.t:-- j
. was a- years of age; ,ia.,.s eommitn-l ia th-'- Iipga'U light, at j
' ;'- which four de.ag-.- mat-hals were killed. 1
: t-.-ere the urlucibal ;u tors. !
aa-: ' -a.-, vi .sjv a-a o ee
ti 1 wards ivi
t . a tne cia
! . Tw in t 1 . a 1 . ,., a
I itiati-.tis r, aa
! oh.i-a k. Fr- m '.:.''; o'd
j to-.vards no. .n are f h,
i for ;r!'k'---ta ja-ai-ta.,
; cus-ion of varioi; - ;
1 tents and .-ore - ,, '
.-.air -': .- .M ;.
thr- !th u - a - r
1 da. to 7:b"
! .. ,!i
t '. r
; i.j U ; I
r men fa-, . t w-1 ci n . -a
are tin..' bane
Wiiau .-ark , see if f
ca ttsavi ;v lUoigesiix e j
Car'seid-cr en Trial for Mr.rdrv
i... ;.'i.v..cin i ? a-1 -t a ; a A. )uiv 1. J
DAVID B. HILT-
j Xew Ytrk. !-r temporary cntr.rman, ana
will then iv; .gnize either Mr. Clayton or
i Mr. Thonuaa th
. -, .0 01 .,-.1- ) ..V,. lf .,f
e I 1, w: 00. v. 1 a I V. O 1 i s, . l :i i . .-A
arts,,, by md.gesuvei jjklu o:--. - - y ; .f ' J j tho i:linority of the national committee ; ances o nerween vo
!:e Shaker ! ii-estive : -Niiuuel . 1... n.. 1. , tho n;.luo nf S-nat-.r John AV. Daniel, of are c-onbdent d s -urnm e:io,u
T ' with the murder ..t .Vi-. i-.-r. h.. ao-.d, j ' . . . the vote ontemporarv cnairma
tne only certain ar rhnli;i,i i:,, last A ril. be- j Wc,iv nt in,.ired for '. We shall have a roll call
!tly cured, because u; K;in he-e today, .he ca-e promi-cs to oe , tlurr.n:,Uncement of the selection of Sen- tiun of a temporary drairma.n.'
at gets rid of the pot-! onet.f the mo-t siubboin ever neaid in . Thev had counted conhdentlv j " . , ,
tiiat fermented food i barren c ounty. ,.oreration of a suili- ! 0 W novcr perfect!
la-t adjourning at mi.'.td .dir.
Atitscb.-a Sotiater J-a-es. of Atkaa-a-.
said: "I fe.d erv cot. Aden on th" c
the convention that tire j;r :iiii.a of th
Democratic silver ma-n to the .-oumrv wil
le entirely wviAed b th - pre. lings, j
Ye were not; able to I ;:' ; 11 the die, r !
delegations tonight, bur we h-ive ;ivur- i
a tlCeS of li-atW.'-en e!:0;o.ii TioO Votes, and, we 1
rh to sWeIl
on tne inec-
the ( aaa a
many dia a
' : tttauanti v
1 ,,; itttoW
''. You know that poison is Iiis Ui.:irt Torn Oct by IJ';htnii:sr.
h - Slitikcr Digestive Cordial j Kasto.v, Pa., July 7. (leorge Miller,
' stomach of ferntcttin-' food, i aged I'd vears. took refuge umler a tree in
:hi-s it,,, bb.t -em nt . a liehl during ;m electrical storm near this
''iscases t!i;il come of it. Head-
,.ir-.-lost .d. d,r. and was struck cead by
lightning. 'His heart v
one leg ripped open by the bedt.
"" , 'u "'"less, nausea, stomach-ache,
(V .'''n':lS 'kitulence, constipation, loss
iWln''''1' ratability etc., These
indi o V' l'le symptoms caused by
I)i eellve Poisons cured bv Shaker
Uts ,ve Cordial.
Per ! ;,r5rS'sts. price 10 cents to 1.00
ca-ous. it cures mcigesuon i i,,..,,.r was torn out and
11g.11 1101 ' ..
Kxploror Stanley Critically 111.
London', July 7. -Henry M. Stanley, the
African explorer and member of parlia
ment from North Lambeth, who has been
ill for several weeks with gastritis, suf
fered a relapse Sunday night, and is now
lying in a critical condition.
t- , 1 . . ...1 - 1- - t- . - n,1 -P.-ss, ,-1,1v,T-!i-..1,it n:d;.ss tlum IS fi
cient numoer 01 goiu m aaoers ai taecoin- t,f ml uij-v:;,..jt
mittee to secure the recommendation of cliild in it rising 3 years old and a
Senator Daniel. Wh-m the silver commit- j jf-ten risin-' 0 vreeks. Souti-oj'.
tee held its lirst meeting its members were j s
congratulating themselves upon the prob- :
ability of the selection of Senator Daniel. I japanese Liver Pellets draw the blood
.Yhen they met again in the evening they I head to lhe stomacii. thereby
showed pdainly that tr.ey were di-a)- . . ,
Pointed but Uiev were not noticeably dis- ! curing; sick headacne and cleansm-
couraged. They asserted more positively 1 the complexion. Fifty doses, 25 Cent:-
than ever their determination to secure
control of the temporary organization, re
gardless of the action of the committee.
Thev take the position that the result was
secured by open intimidation.
Rus. A new lot just in. M. T
Onlv one thino- looms, ud lite fT-ob- J
n!i. 1 Young's.
I'TtiL.'.:. Ki.ta:: .' i r.-(-.; ;, 'a J. .
S. -rg. ' .f : he ge , 1 1 j, !... , : a; ren
dered iaa. .-if ai X '"ni- i . d .-.rict
court y--.-ier-iay r .- a ;! - '.: g ut
his s'.'ita-i'v a ' r a. a '. n ai a: -ghs,
imj.ose.l by Ja '.. J v. f r a.a yd eg ,n
a military ex; di'i .n. '.da- n. a ;tn-l
arn:s to Cu! a 1 aid in ; w-r a tin-t
Spain. He wa - tab. n at a n.- r- th penitentiary.
laitJi ;f Ibdstt r 'ourig.
New YotiK. Jul .- 7. Pierce lb M. Young.
Lnit,'d State- miai-t.-r t i (luarati.ala and
Honduras, died y -;-ai iy in the Presbyte
rian hospital. With him wh.ai he died
was his broth'-r-in-law. Dr. Jones, ' Flor
ida. The hospital authorities are rather
reticent as to th-- nature of General
Young's illness. They defined hi? ailment
a? a '"medical case."'
R1ERV0US Troubles are due to
u impoverished blood. Hood's Sar
saparilla is the One True Blood
Purifier and NERVE TONIC.