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BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM,
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WILSON, X. C, AUGUST 18, 1896.
lie Secret of
h jCCCS . . .
All Arrar.srements Perfected for
tbo Great Event,
EZTEA POLICE PRECAUTIOUS.
TN these clays of keen and constant
1 competition the path to prosperity !
musE uc ciu out Dy the blade oi common1
In Antriimtion of an Unusual Rush for
Standing Room Three Hundred Will be
on Duty and Two Hundred More Held in
sense, as applied to the act of buying.
To underbuy is our constant effort,
And to undersell is our settled
LL v.ho appreciate the winning combination of LOW
'RICES Tor BETTER GOODS, we offer our
Xr.w Yokk, Aug. 10. The arrangements
for the Madison Siiuam Garden mooting on
Wednesday night.at which the Democratic
committee, through its committee on no
tification, will inform William Jennings
Bryan, of Nebraska, ami Arthur Sewnll.
! of Maine, that they have been chosen as
the standard bearers ofjhe Democracy,
J have leen completed as far as the distri
bution of tickets is concerned.
The arrangement of the speeches will
not he completed until tomorrow, when
the national committer; meets. Senator
.7 K. Jones, the chairman of the commit
tee, will preside, and Governor Stone, of
Missouri, will in all probably make the
notification speech. Then Mr. Bryan will
make the speech of acceptance, and Mr.
:L)nves in N
r ARK somi: OF THEM.
I J C C i 3 vS ' 1 11 13 T (? 1 1 ' of the Dem
oeratic committee, has charge of the ar
vw that v e uiKhifbought on these and are underselling ran;-'t!n -IX f,ir thl' "feting. muH
T. , , .1t , . i Square Garden will hold about :20,(MO p.
::ier. Don t buy till you see them. Prices start at 47c, i pie. and there win be seat. for about h;
Tdiditv would be cheap at 70c fully as good values : V nr m?l!,Y for which ti-rs have
" ' - , ' ' J . been issued, r ivp thousand of the tickets
MA in A
m Tin m
Many Deaths in Different Sections
from the Sun's Bays.
FORTY FATALITIES IN NE'W YOSK.
Philadelphia Reports laghteen Heaths on
Sunday and Ten on Saturday Terrible
RfVeets of the Hot Wave in Other Sec
tions of the Country.
Washington', Aug. 10. The report of
fatalities resulting from the he it in vari
ous sections of the country indicate that
the hot spell will be as disastrous as na
tional calamity or plague. The death roll
:,i the day exceeds 1;2.") in the principal
cities. Eastern cities appear to have suf
fered mo.T.t severely, although the de.-h
nst in trie west continues to be high. The
reports cover only the principal cities, and
the fatalities in the interior will doubtless
swell the l-s very materially.
The following is tiio death list as far as
reported from the various cities : New York
and vicinity. ."o; Philadelphia, IS; Wash
ington. Is); Bayonne, X. J., :2; Newark, X.
J., :; Albany, Y. Jersey City. I ; Pittsburg,
i: Chicaio. : li .chester, 1; Louisville, 1;
Memphitsl: Cleveland,; Cincinnati, 5;
San Antonio, i.
Six dealh from heat occurred here yes
terday, making the death list nine since
the present h. t -jiell beran. Aside from
the fatalities there were many prostra-
v pnnv i n ? ft
The-Name Chosen by the Demo
cratic Gold Staard Men.
THEY WILL NOMINATE A TICEET
d are: Charles F. Walker.
J h.'.ve been ive:i to Tammany Hall for dis
tribution amout; the memliers of that or-
T ) 1 1 . - , f f , ? '; puiiation. The boxes, balconies and part
K i j ) O O I 1 1 X'V i D O O ii I ;f the , will be Ullea hy ticket holders.
V i On tn.e ri'u. in Iront of the iilattorm.
MCST CLAIM YOUR ATTENTION.
there will be ;:o-i press seats. and in a semi
circle around thc-e will be r-l.aOo ch.airs for
i'h.e rest, of the floors will
those who are able to fi ju
Lays remember that a piece of Ribbon at thei r,'1ruh'1,:i;, :s
ad ui luy citD we ash-. $ noi ine same ni'juun. their way in without tickets. Aopiie.,-
TTTT, , . , i i - ! tions w ere i-e -elved lor :.('.)U tickets ami
h Cum to i-'ive vou Letter values than o tilers at same . iT-1 -i p,Vs M-trs
' i ii "i n . ;.. u.. n 7. ;ii i. .
t brice. lest us and lie convinced. w " 1 ; i:uu inu
admitted, but the poliee will clo.-e t:ie
Miim Mmm $ aw nrr to all folk flia h i tz.:' ,hi:,'; xi" ar"M u
W. S. Anderxm. .lames S. Mcdoni.ule,
.lames Dweti, Au-nst Ik Chaldinir and
L'.:cinda Wat i; ins. Th.e maximum tem
perature for the day was
.:. -vioii.-Iv i-'p; rte I are Col
Arthur, Thorn;:-- Kelly and James Kenny
And Ask for Votes on a I'latforni Op
posed to That Adopted by tlie Tarty
Convention in Chicago The Convention
to be Held in Indianapolis Sept. 1.
iNDIANArol.ls. Ausr. S. The name of t!;e
new party is the National Democratic
party. Its organizers call those support
ing the Chicago platform and ticket the
Populist Democratic party. The national
convention of the National Democratic
party will be held at Indianapolis the hrst
Wednesday in September. There was una
nimity in the conference on the select ion of
the name of the National Democratic
party and also in determining to distin
irtiish The two parties by referring to those
supporting the Chicago platform as the
Populist Democratic party.
There was a conference before the pro
visional national committee met. at which
it was decided to call a convention and
nominate another national ticket. Some
of the eastern and southern members op
posed a third ticket at first, but when
they were told that in the middle states
party fealty was so regarded that, many
Democrats would not vote unless there
was a third ticket, then all objections
from the east and south were withdrawn
and the division to hold a convention was
unanimous. It was arirued that as the.
campaign proceeded, and the Republicans
;x r;i:i:.v -i i:n :;i:v yokk
of persons who have
been reported in the
1 n 1
in n n h
! policemen, in charge of six captains, an.i
j ti reserve for' e of :2o) as been detailed to
f an emorrencv. Th
T" r f "-s--iJ m case ol an emergency. I he cut. re
i i 5 l J V 1 .''' ro"- ;,i :,v-' harden has been taken
i S 5 ! T to secure ve:i-.:.l;-.ti?vi. V. . I):t-i wi'!
i i i ? i a ....
55 J 9 ' V ) a ! l"u4n '''' tomorrow wtnn-, ana rh(. ho-pitaN in chartre of the physicians!
V, J A. V v 1 will o ,; be quartered at a hotel, hat will .. ' .k - " ti,,, i,i fi, "irni t !
an.l Goldsboro Streets.
ne nve uutcsr oi mv. .junti vvniie neve.
He will haw a eot'fereivewith trie ;vs;i );:!
commit tee. nd;ich bod.y will liwld a meet -ing
Ila'f a Hundred I'atal Cases and 3Ia:iy
l'ri: rel Nis Ilt jvu teil.
Xf'.v Yd A nr. !. Fifty persons died
in the ( b e. ter New York district ye-ter-d.iv
as a re tilt of the extreme hot we.it her.
eve" a hitmlre.l c:t
been -,ro-rrated hav
tcrritoi y emia'acniir -Now oriC ( ity,iroou
lvn. ami Siaten I-dan.'l. A number of
the-c cases, the 'hy .-icians believe, will
prove fatal. In New York city alone forty
persons are known to have perished lie
cause of the extreme high temperature.
The list of persons who suffered from s;;n
rokeand :;e now at their homes or at
is. Lne (lea 1 1 i i-., ,i,;,r, ,,f n r,t
nel . - ! ,.'.,. , t !,.", i. .i t ... ,.-,ii,i,i v. ,ti. t .t- ilfv.m
and Sew.ill, ilistasteful ;ts the (Tticago
platform was to them.
As the eastern, anil son t hern gold s'and
;ird men said they were for anything to
defeat the Chicago ticket and plalf.-rm.
they readily consented to the plan that
pat'j tph: i rv ArnnMT
i t w. i i s i r w i i i
t.-:s v-,;, s'$5z-.-
i'a.. A.ig. hi.
'.' 5 1 ';' r. ; t ie :
stressor. 'tHE'dEAD MAN RESPONSIBLE
i nee I he
!'.as in en
as to who will bt: y.is
:-;-Vs ,r, ,,..;, Naval
'..-: '.:hr. wh was ;
it was nimmvj o;i
iv" toe position. Ai- Od.d "fellows' ha.ll a
T!iree I'eote Killed and Fifteen Ii:.pired,
Two IViIiiips Fatally.
I'or the IIon-;t)P' Itaih oad Aeeident on; Ct l.r v. ; A. Pa., Aug. In. Three persons
Al'ointic City's ?.leadows. j were insta n tl v killed a nd fiftc ni injtired,
Atlantic Citv, At-, s. Th.ere was no ' s,,3,!, !t is helieve 1 fatally, by the derailing
forma.l sisr-:oi yestenl:)-? of the Con ner's f a trolley car on the Columbia and Done-
iurv. wiocli is invol e.:atin- the me.ub.w ; gal Kleetri.-road last night, just outside
(b-'.s:,.- Th- coi-oM ioer. the iar.a-s at the borough limits of Cdumbia. The
o'cloe!;. and went
touched by t he odieial mercury wasUl ites. !
Many thermomolers. however, not so for- ,
tunately loee'.e 1. showed a range of tern- j
perature from to lo" (h'gs. ;
The jiolice reported the billowing deaths .
yesrerday, in which the extreme heat is j
suppose. I to have been the read or con-
tvibuting cause: John Page, ris years old ;
Ch. istian Tomwarden. 1:5; William Lang- i
l ein. in: William Connolly. r.V; Kiiward ; had bee:j outVimvl by th- executiv- com
Corcoran. 4t; 1'. Finley. :V.; Michael Shee- ; lnit ti. cons; of Drairg of Y. .n-in,
han. :!1: Louis McC.r.ith, (U; Dalien Ilur- : i)v!n;ill ,,f Indiana, llableei sn of K'.-n-
national 'tiai!::.iax pa r.'.;
Bridget Kelley, 1 ; Martin Dooley, tivkv. Br. -dhead
:5a; John Monrahan. -) : Mary Met. ami. . p,;n.- uf .
:,.)". .Marv Mi'Viii. aonii dumii, .) , ( lneajo. was tlie
:uri and 1! h-
dead are: Adam Poehlimrer, motorman Charles Memoire. 7" ; Mrs. Mary Skruvey, ' the exec
:-A silverjve i-.e
r:v- a,i n Yiii--n
terrors to Mr.
! de i ntia'Csi.
l! is be'i.'ved.
. e i-: ha i r. aa n
W! if! i 1 1' ' e i jo i : . 1 " ". ! . ! i a ; a m . a . o :;e, a . oe-
joit ion fro: a John S. Kelly, combodor of
the wrecked excursion ir.tin. Kistesri-
Oniony s'e 'V.a A
.ead ii -adh;- .-a-i
fe !. Was o-i
oi tee ar: iiem-y smmi aim an unicnown
ers ,n. A.t hast one, and probably two
of t he itipared may die.
The place whore the accident oeenrred is
(.if a steep incline, alongside of
s a hi'.'.h em ba p. knu-iit. The car
nry S. iinbltltis. of
lv altsenr m.-ni'ier ol
commit .ve. but Mr. Lwinir
t he pi: v-:'-al standard in ever." r
I '. The
! ) : i
hi ride; i
ana it is sopp , -.ed
niivrs. The St.
"i ; Yarvbeo ;::h1 San.
lit at:. I :-asS,M!--ers.
as, evenn::: t -i" ,pary re-e.er-r
f h-.-e oer- verdicts, after dve h c;ra
d-'libentti..';:. The iirsf is sign.' 1 by t'i
.-Hire six, .and is as f 11 ws : "We. i'.,e
;;!)'." cmi-r.ttcied to lave -a1 -ate t"!:- c:: n -v oi'
de.i'th of ih H. Cohismirh avl t,;'!t. r-. find.
;hat the sal I j.o" .e.ns wh ,.-.r. badh's we
have vi-wed caane to their deaths !iy a
collision of express train No. on the
.'s ! Ian! ie Ci . v j-a'lroad ami ex-i, rsioii train
at the has
was loaded with passeu-vrs, and as it
reached the incline jr be-v.ji t slii, owing
to wet trac
CO; James Karr. ai; Thomas Byati. ::; . took his plaee, while S-aator Palm-;-. ex
Antonio II. i. nel, 17: Mrs. Mary Foley. h; Mayor It :pkins and ot!:-rs were active in
A .la in Welch, T': Mr. Mary Smith, ."; bavin- the plan for a third ticr.et :rried
Foxier p ',y'.
Semmes if ! ! d
John Farrel. 4; Michael Buckley, :J5;
David Atwat'T. !: Walter Merritt. :'.b
Ih.hel Moore, 'monih.s; William (Jross, 7
motiths; J"hn tJb-as n. ID months; Dennis
SiTllivan.Artluir Ku-rnon. William Brick-
The motorman applied j 1L.-, Hall St 1U
tile !. rakes, am! at that mouTen: tlie -var
wheel !a .i.e. v. ndi-rimr th- bra la s nsi-less.
The car dashe I aiemv at it torri.'ie rate of
I tiaret'n and two unknown men.
The f, .11 owimruea tiis from heat occurred Texas the -v tl -a
in Brooklyn: Niles Fallen, age 1 '!.; Mar- Thev were given th
tin J. Kuth, VI; Iletiry J. Clinton. aJ.
vn. :.: r..
iin ire. a ud oi li-r rn
incii n:d iio; :-.iare m ie..' opjo-it ion ;.-a
tit ird tickle. '1 ': ; ::)' opiio-ition to
a third t ';!;.! : fr Fa . !e Nlaud a Till
md 1 :tv'-f -'ar.v
U--a c ai -id ration
si'ligers sat and shu ul stupeiied with fear. I p.uiiel Shelly. John. Arnold. Andrew De- tion. whb h w :s t:
The car upon reachdr.:; th- bottom took a- p,,,. Kdwar 1 I).dey, John Ielleher and
sharp tarn and was thrown up against the (a-.arles M-Calley
a her Brooklyn cit- v,as n
i i-n. ..
m t l'ea
.id-af CI. -.eland
iieatimx hi - -vm-
N'o. To! i oil t he e
em!)ankment, throwing o it nearlyall th
passengers, wi : h the ai.-ove re.-ult.
iens wdio.-e deaths are attributed to the pathy with th. - movement. ; Aery n,- a:
hot weather. There were ten prostrations, of theiire-id.ent's name was p.-dlv c!..- -red.
road., ai a point known ;ts the
! ( 1 o W j
;. i tow r, near Atlantic Citv, on tv.
n l-'.-dro j ot'd.iiv, at oraioiit tiris." Signed, by
i -soiriers Charles Fvans. Lewis Fvans, Thotvas J.
acisco h,v tram.
ciicr 1 )rovte.'d.
i T Viclo-tso.'i, J. B. Champion, Levi C. Al-
! Per; son and Charles F. Adams.
! Tie- seei-id verdict follows: We, the
al.-o find that Fn-
a-d 11. dau'j-htc-r of gineer Kdward Farr. of the Atlantic City
iia.of Boston. wa.s j railroad. f.d.Ie I to have has engine under
roper control on approaching said er ss
imr, and (hat Towerman (leorge F. Ilau-
!he ex'-ursion train of tne
seven of which may prove fatal.
riiiLADizLriiiAs m:ni list.
amphh.n, at Wct
::'.' afternoon. Miss
'".i .'. aval "-of bevond
:' M adil-r. ti nurse. who
' v a - d o d r o w n e d v." h i 1 e
r.-o ae tho-h-p
' ; oe lnvvstjatHig coin--.
(.ale. form-r secretary of
At vosterda vs
' r. .
Ui ' W l'Itfcrh()TiO cum
1 , . . I I . .
V ' 1:7 ar the tune valuable
!' tven to his company,
,,;,";r many shares of the
e-t ri but eil amomr mem-
He testilied to having
of the stock to Mr.
ll'h::. !.,.-,,! :.. .
;;.ir ; ' "oi in i ne names oi
.", 1,1 Senator Pnrf.M. AT.
'legations, threatens to
,!: libel, and demands
,v the committei' wliich
7 . .
r ..ins Will (;,.t To-ether.
1 A tig. 7. All the eandi-
r"! the .ii ana vlco president will
"t we-,.' uu'rs reunion tit Tojieka
'Ve Wn r Ul STtl'm1'- Acceptances
'n. ,,,, rew'lv'Jl from McKinlev and
iethat V , u'rday Garrett A. Hobart
SVe w.I!V,nila 1,e here- Invitations
rW c 11 to r!V.. nr . , .
5 Wuii , vatson anu at-
Srd'tu the popwlists and Dem-T--
1 aa t thev will lrti y
ser. in 'iivirv;
'SYst Jersey the right of way over a. last ; was sentenced to !. n.-tnged m .tune, hut
express, us-d bad judirnient. We .are also j upon 1 he advice of th- jail physician he
of the opinion that Engineer John Orei- j was granted a respite of thirty days. At
nor, of said excursion train, erred in not ; the expiration of that ton- he showed
exercising greater care in crossing ahead; signs of improvement, but was still far
of said fast express." Signed by Fore-' from well. The governor granted a second
man Charles Evans, Thomas J. Dickerson ; respite, anil had named the first Friday in
and Charles F.. Adams. j September as the day of execution.
The third verdict reads: "The under- i
si -"lied jurors ars of the opinion that the j Theee Italians I.ynelu oh
causeof the collision was the failure of Ed- j nATixvn.i.r. La., Aug. in. There was
ward Farr. engineer of train 2J, to give heed ' a tr;p-l0 ivm himr in this town just before
in time to the semaphore signals setagainst ; aturd;iy midnight, and yesterday morn
him, and thus failed to have his train un- the bodies of three Italian murderers
der proper control on approaching the sig- ( W(7ro foun(i swingiiig from the rafters of
nal and crossing, under the rules. The; a. shed near the court house. One of the
undersigned jurors further declare that nien is Lorenzo Saladino. who so foully
the towerman, (ieorge F. Hauser may j ass.lssiuatoa Jules Gueymard at Free
have used poor judgment in his estimate . towI1) 1;lst Tuesday night, and the other
of the distance away of the Atlantic City j tW(J were pecino Sorcoro and Algelo M"ar
railroad train w hen he pave the white CUso, who murdered an old Spaniard on
boards to the West Jersey excursion train." j the Ashton plantation, near Buutte's sta-
Signed by Lewis Evans, Levi C. Albert- i ti ue ti c aff0-
son and J. B. Champion.
CniidciiiiiHi ?.Tiirderer Dies in "rjson.
Wii.kj-'.:;a t:;:K. Pa., Aug. V). th'orge
AY. Windtsch. the Pipspm w:fe murderer,
died in the county jail at .":.") o'clock yes
terday niornim.,-f rom typhoid fever. Evcy
thinii :o'si!,h- was done to prolong his
life, but th c m lemv.e I man prayed daily
ti.it ik.-it'-i ivi.nkl .-.eee Yl V.dlsrdl filOl'-
,...i...i ,,,,il,'1),,1,n.:,.'.;,i, i Felix Loan. aired JJ; Lewis Kreas, a get I
lor.i i , i i . i i . - .t.o .....i........- ... . ..ii..
a chisel. Th-murder was a .particularly
cold I 1 ooi'.ed one. His trial was a- short
one, and he was promptly convicted. Hi'
It Numbers 1 weuty-eiht, I neludin; Ten
Who Snecumbeil n Saturday.
P IIILAIiKLPHlA, Aug. S. There were
seven deaths from the heat yesterd.ay in this
city, and fully' forty prostrations. The
fatal cases were Albert Shtinnnel, aged FY
Jlis portrait wa ttte renter ;:e--e in n- as
sembly room. Fx- 'on-re-man Cle.'h
wtiite. wh' i made th-.' tin it ion for a !. v n
tion to nominate eamlidates for j-r: -iv at
and vice president, holds a prorui; ::' ai
)oint:r.ent under Pre-ident 'i -v, ;.. h
Cn-neral Bra x-Cou-rr.-s-man Bynum
and .all th- leaders are ron.-i-.h-re 1 -tro.mr
ailmini : ration men.
of In be
an d Iil'.tv
r isjt ing dee--a.r ! !
'ame from K-ntuc.
.h hn M. Palmer. d F'i:
: cha'-:.i "i , the national
i ; . a .
initr, -. w-h J Yn lb W. !.-. of
as :-e r.-tary. a:: 1 J im p. F. .!-::. f In
dian;!, trea-u rer. An address -he Dem
()crats of ti.e na'inn was adopted. It de-noun'-es
the "hi--.-g candidates and prin
ciples as undemocratic, ami urges that
thev lie rebuke.! it the polls.
Ilauser, not being held criminally re
sponsible, was discharged by the coroner.
Johnsons Magnetic Oil cures all
pains, internal or external, cramps,
Wilmington, Del., Aug. 10. There was ' . ' .
one death and three prostrations from the , colic, neuralgia, rheumatism, sprains,
heat yesterday. The victim was Mrs. bruises, lame back, pleurisy instantly.
Ruth Jones. The thermometer reached 5I0o'size 5c cents ; 50 cent size 25 cts.,
98 degrees. J at Hargrave's.
Y; Ilebecca- Bandy, aged i"; John Bogan,
aged '); I) miniek Brennan, aal :M,
and a. child aged a months. The ther
mometer registered M) at s a. in. and the
humidity '. The- maximum was reached
at :ot o'clock, with '.).", and at p. m. th-.;
PiiiLADKLi'iiiA. Anir. 1. There were
twenty-eight deaths and seventy-one pros
trations from the heat in this city on Sat
urday and yesterday. Of the deaths eigh
teen occurred yesterday. It was the hot
test day this year. The thermometer The I'r si.j.-nfs Telegram,
reached its highest at o'clock with Xkw Yu!:k.Aiix v In answer to an
h'i.-2. The humidity at ;i. m. was 72 and infjuirj-about the truth of a report pub-
at S p. m. fell to IV.). The deaths are: Mrs. ishedin this city that President Cleve-
Mary Smith. ;i -ed tV2: Joseph Cooney, aged land had m.ade known his disapproval of
5i.5: Ella Brennan, aged -; James Murray. th(, proI)1 1t.,i third ticket, the president
aired 5'i; John Herb-her. aged "A: Owen ; telegraphs as follows from Buzard's Bav :
McMahon. iiirel '-': Patrick Cuinn. tnie I Tt is absolutely untrue that I have given
M; Mary B. ( uaill. aged "M: Saumel Phil- any advice touching the c-our.se of the In-
lips, aged 4s: Mary McKean. ared 4"; dianapolis conference."
John Kaeline. .aged 4': Bernaial Hillborn, .
aged 5'.': Andrew Curran. aged 4o. an li "Canst thou minister toa nii.-al dis,-
David Muckle. au'ed -', , eased ?" asks Macbeth. Certain;-,- niv
The deaths on Saturday were as fellows: 1 . U1
James Manlev. Walter Hunter. Mrs. C. ,ljrd' lhe conuition of the mind de-
Gillespie, Jtmies Buchanon. Artnur .Jaci- penus mr-eiy, n nji solely, on the
condition of the stomach, liver, and
bowels, for all of which complaints
Ayer's Pills are "the sovereinest tiling
xn. Edward Pergoe. Ge-orge Baer. Ite l-
mond Coffee, Charles Oster and Charles
According to the we.Vher bureau th
continued hot ppell shows fittle signs of
abating, and only twice in the records of
fho. imrp.111 has there hz-dZ. such a caTA-
I of consecutive hot days
Chergman's Suits at M. T. Young's