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THE WILSON ADVANCE.
v?5R CASH IK ADYAKCE.
"LET ALL THE ENDS THDO AI3SV AT BE THY COUNTRY'S. THY GOFS AHD TRUTHS."
EEST ADVERTISING HED1U!?.
T - i, I t v V X V
Have Opened Up ! !
iU I II C. HIT FOUL.
niA.v oi: thi: a.mkkicasn in iru.v.
vi;i:i)ict r;u a i..vju;:: fm.
President Mas Iitid.d l, i;.niiiif :m1
U, ,,i-res to Provide for t li e lit-1 i . f o f
Our Citizens on the Dfva-tated I.sPusd.
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y My liie Vemc.j,.. Will J'n.w That
New York, May 13 When the
big crowds gather at the Academy t ' Washington, May 15.- The derl
Music Saturday night to witness the j nite announcement was made at the
Corbett-Fitzsimmons fight on canvas ! capital today that a message on the
they will see many things that are ! Cuban situation will be sent on to
Ci'y Lose nit
M i linn.
surprising and many
over i Congress by the President next Mon-
! Ail nn i n
1 U ul! 1 (i 1 11
:.pinp at full blast,
arc prepared to
cold drinks of
v d -senption.
which they will gossip for days. ! day. It will deal specifically with the
Some time ago W. A. Brady, j quetion of the deprivations to which
Corbett's manager, told the newspa- j Americans are subjected in Cuba, and
pers of a foul blow by Fitzsimmons, ' it recce mm end an appropriation
which he had discovered in the vera- j for their relief.
! scope films. The public was skepti- In considering the ways and means
, c il ond the subject was dropped. ; affording substantial relief to Ameri-
The i:jul blow is pictured in the '. car. citizens in Cuba who are in dis
j verascope, nevertheless. Nobody who ' tress owing to the war, the adminis-
lint: r-t--r t It a filing 1 r i J . .m;fi- )i
i When Corbett's fiiends
I on canvass thev will b
1.1 cc riiyninioiis lanu on h'-umu.ii iiiijrrs in vl .i. vv no heiiio-
.c luiK, .;;iy 14. rvner cirag- .
ging through the courts for nearly x. r.oimd.
twenty years a decision was handtd
down today in the famous snit
brought against the mayor of New
York by C. J. Campbell. Tne ver
dict allows Campbell SS 18,074 for in
fringement of a patent relief valve fcr
The suit wj-s
i: r.vm t in r n:
between F!- .re::r-
1:42 r. m.
use on tire engines
commenced November 24th, 1S77.
May 24, 1S64, letters patent on a re
lief valve for use on steam fire en
gines and pumps were gi anted to
James Knibes, who later assigned his
right in the patent to Christopher J.
an gamsav it. . nation has a plan which may be put n , , .
.,- . . , Campbeii. Hie New ork hre depart -
Is see the light im operation, ;f :t is sanctujned oy , , . . , ,
, . ' .1 " 1 r , t' , nient haed tne city s en jmes with the
be up m arms, txie judgment of the L mied States , , , . " , .
, , -.- . , ... vaive and th'? saving to Lie city by
I"! c t w e t- n i! w.'xv. -1 v a
12: V. M. Leaves Wi'-
I .eaves Wilson,
2:05 I M.
2:12 1'. M.
.: 1 .
Lvav -e s Wilst ni.
Cor!tt:'s j uv when the Californian is
A ion':? There is not the shadow
, of a doubt of it. IJut as to its effect
: on the result of the n-ht there is only
: ene tiling to be said.
I Corbett would have been knocked
the use oi
va:ves was vtrv
tne oesi (jii.i!:
eel to judge of tne erh
f the proposed relief
There was a dispute at the time about I
the amount of money due Campbell!-1'
( 15 1'
"i 01 1 ici:i;
O o ( .
in e.i 1 ;ns
through the American consuls to all
American citizens in Cuba that the
government will undertake to remove
them from the island to the United
States, it thev so desire. To do this
- n 1 1 1
The California:! him-
i self wiil admit this. It was the solar-
f r the patent. Campbeii math
11 1 .
wn:cn were alkgeu
to be excessive. : y t (-,,,.,..-.
They were not p ud and the suit fob J. P. k;is. Pie
lowed Ahnott endless litigation wasiJ - r- (ona in, R.
the resuit. i '' 1 N !N 1 rr
! J Il l 1 1 . t "Il
IIUI idUe. eiC. Plexus Tjuncn tnat dul tne business, win require action oy Congress, not !
!so a nice
" r r
It will probably be several years
before the case is definitely settled., as
! the citv will undrvilitr-rll v rarrv i tn
! not the foui rap on the jaw. necessarily m specific authorization of , T-"- 1 c
! , , , ' , , i the Lnited States circuit court of ap-
1 Nevertheless the blow was a foul ' the removal, but merely the limitation i , , -,- , T. . .
t a e"" 1 11 1 , , - 1 , : peals, and if necessary, to the united
B I tprtMT 1 'i' nti.'l 'i-noti coon (- tlo V:. ft tip o iitr i ir vi ih rii tr itonwn form.- i
! ; " 1 . ,. t states Supreme Court.
j . canvas sneer, me t
vhen seen on the big o
public will judj;e for i of relief of the Americans in Cuba. A :
themselves as to its foul intent and 1 similar plan was adopted with refer-1
the damage it occasioned.
SI IT AGAINST SOU1HLUV.
Don't forget our Gro
. R. Hardy & Co.,
The Bargain Store.
HAVANA ADM IIS.
Iliiin n of an Int'ntlfl Attijfk on tJie City
by (It'll. ioin. . Denied.
Havana, May 13. There is no
truth in the report that the city is ex
c ted by rumors of an intended at
tack by Gen. Maxino Gomez. Nor
have the forts been re-garrisoned anel
new earth works been thrown up. No
J:uy Award PIaiiit:ii" $1 .".OOO For Iv'.lliiit;
i-ntri lift- v .Iain cs.
ence to China during the rioting inci- j
dent to the Chinese-Japanese war, j
and during the Armenian troubles in !
Turkey. The reason for this is the, Salisbury, N. C, May 14. The
beliel, founded on reports from Uni- j trial of james vs Railroad brought
ted btates Consul General Lee, and j a?ainst the Western North Carolina
other United States consular officers, Railroad for killing PiaintirVs husband
tint the war has thoroughly exhaust- was coriCucled todav.' The iurv found
R i.v 1:1.,
'i own (in it i:r:v
J. I). L
j. A. Cl.AKi:,
P. II. CoAKT,
( jKO. i Pve'ivNEV,
J. T. Ki.ias.
ed the agricuittn
P. IP Pkans, .Mayor;
Jno. R. Mooki:, Town Clerk
W. IP Dkans, Cdeetor.
I). P. ClIKlSTMAN, Chief.
li'UKiAM H a kk Mia., Kkank Fki.ton
1 am ps .Marsh i.op rn k.
ti;2iL ltj tbe Southern Railway Company was;
i pnot .H'
attack by Gen. Gomez is expected.
KMKM ITMLMH IJJWMM
j will be a long time before Cuba will -neg!igentf and asse5sed damages at
j again be able to maintain its popula- s OOQ. Upon the issue of law the
" i tion. The nron-osed American cxo-l ij..i,u (u.a. wr .1
He is now in the eastern part of the : , , t : , , . , , ! ,uu-c "C1U lu"L Ult " Cblcl" Iuau
1 efus must f)e purely voluntary, and it 1 not lip'e
orovince of Puerto Principi and has , . ' . ., i
!f , 1 .is no. ex en proposed to present me 1 Uoth parties appealed. The case
r,,.-,,,,,,,.,! A.1,iai,lnKi,..s,;i,,s' no, come w es w are . , i alternative cf denying supplies to j involves the legality of the sale ofthe
;.iii Aaj .uii". . I lie correspondent of the bpamsn , ;( ,fL.t;(11l(, ,or;,o r,n I
rr., TV , n -U , , . . . ! lhem li dest'.tute Americans refuse to Western road, under the decree cf
ivikijn. .tav 1 ne ru.uma,- uuuuu cius, wuu iws iciumtu ucic ; iP,t(1 ti, i.iri,i yf . ti. u-a ; , , .
, liiv i vuul L. Ilit UiS 'A tie
nip. ;i; i s i s and odi i ki.luu.
Assc;ciation adjourned today from Manzamllo, says that the Span-!
t) raeet in Cilliarlotte next year. Ofh-:-rs
were t Icctt d as follows: J. P. Sted-
Uxiorci. rresielenp Win.
i) : 1
ui wxiorci, iiesiueii.,
i:;,y, oi Durham. J. IP Smith, oi
crpton and James I Johnson, of
agh, Vice Presidents; II. R.
por- ; involved is whether a foreign corpor-
tunity. So far as is officially known ! ation can pllrchase and hod the fvan.
1 to the Department, through the re- ! m-o .-.r Arm,; vv.r.n
i i)orti n cousins maue up to tnis time t.,, nf a u
r.izn. S joo. Parno. evilla anel at ' 1 ..1 r r r v . ; 1
, '. , ,.' . c i me nu-no-r 01 meneans m euua in j sections 697 and 60S of the Code,
other places m the district. I he Span- t condion ls between 1 so and 200. ! T,,a.Vo a,,. t t t 1 Too
lsll LUiuuiu was dLiot.iv mi. in- , n anaf.nn n thi mn nn.-.hpr
General Lee that many persons will ,.,,0,1
1 , .1 . 1 1 1 '..UlidUllH.U 111 LliC 11 Hi.
isn column operaimg in mai locamy avaij llu.mselves of such an oppo
retireel to Portulo on May 5 alter ae
stroying several insurgent camps and
other places in the district. The Span
P'jrae, of Fayeltville, Secretary: A. J.
1 -f Fayettviile, Treasurer, gents all along the route, anct especi - , k js sai(J th?t. mQSt of the Americans,
: 1 . . n t . !
a. li. Hearne, of Charlotte was re- a ly at 1 urgatono. , natives, living in Cuba are employed ' fendant
t.t-ctfcd a member of the I3oard of- 1 he milk supply Here is very snort, j jn tne hjgjier branches of industries
i'h.innacy for the term of five years, j Yesterday milk dealers in Campo re- j Qr prolessions and are not actuai
The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows fused to accept $1 in paper for ten , workers ot tne soi jhe sufferers
r-t North Carolina decided to main- quarts, demanding the same price in
-'.n a home for aged and infirm Odd silver.
Fellows and the widows of Odd Feb The seamstresses complain that
ows. A fund of five hundred dollars they get their wages in paper, while
! already secured
rowl I'll iiY-''
Rev. V. C. P.ayliss, Pru.-st-in-char-e.
Services: Sundays i't 11 a. m. and 7:50
p. m., Sunday School at 3 p. m., Week
days Wednesdays and Fridays at 4 p.
tion t, Holy Communion on 1st Sn
Sundays at 7:45 a. ni.
Methodist Chui'c'i, IP
Pastor; services l 1 1
p. m. S'ppla.y Seliool,
Prnton, Sip, a. Travel
! nesdav inglit at 7: ;o.
Disciples Chareh, Rev. D. V,
Pastor; services on Second, T
e authority given in. Fourth Sundays at 11 a. m
ni. prayer nieeung every 1 nursJa
night. Sunday School at 3 o'clock, p
m., (h-u, II.'ickiK-y. Stmt.
J. IP Hurley
. ni. and 7:30
5 p. iu.. I. IP
a -.ting Wed-
are mostly naturalized citizens, hold
ing small pieces of ground which they
have depended on for a living. It is
not doubted that there are more of
IriiU'd for Spitting on a Car Floor.
! the tailors are naid in eold by their j tiv fu0 ,.Qf u,
( 1 1 ci33 in uttu nielli ail. y l tviivvvu
; customers. i n thp Dpnartment. hnt it is honed in
j the course of a few days to have a
Aunt Kachitd's Horhouml and Flerani
pane for Mnj;f i s.
census of them.
S.m Francisco. May 1; Million-!
VP. IP Hradbnry. who was re- There are thousands of cases on
cttiy arrested and fined $5 for spit- record where persons suffering from
-A on ,the floor of a street car was consumption have been completely
tested aain last ni.ht tor the same cured by the use of Aunt RachaePs
ps,. Today he was sentenced to Horehound Herb, Elecampane Root, j Rev. Dr. Miller Thompson, Protest
-ty-iour hours in jail. His attor- and Speer's Grape Juice, and persons
-y will sue out a writ ol habeas are willing to-day to testify to the
0 :'pus. IPadbury declares that the miraculous cures wrought for them
;i-i-spiuing ordinance is idiotic, and by this pleasant and most effective
a:V iVeeborn American has a right to remedy. Used by public speakers.
P-t when and where he pleases. j For sale by druggist
1-" i r .1 1 . i
3. uverman appeared ior ine piaint-j qres!)yterian Church, Rev
iff; Price. Bason and Kluttz lor de-; Thomas, Pastor; services on the First,
Second and Third Sunday in every
month and at Strickland's church
every Fourth Sunday. Sunday School
;at 5 o'clock, P. M.
' Paptist Church, service as follows:
Preaching Sunday morning at 11:00
o'clock and 8:30 p. m. Rev. J. A. Rood
1 Pastor. Praver meetincr Wednesday
Cures Fever i evening at S o'clock. Sunday SchooJ
III One Day. 'at 5 p. m., D. S. Hoykin Supt.
Primitive I'ajttist Cliurch, preaching
on 2nd Sunday hy IClder Jas. 15a :ss; on
: 3rd Sunday by Klder Jas S. Woodard;
-T. 1 ti m Tt i on the 4th Sunday and Saturday before
Charlotte, May 15. I he Empire P , .,,,. ,,
' 7 0 1 hv t he D.tnr. . ( Cr P. I). Co d. St-r-
I plaid mills, which had been shut down vces i)erin ;.t u a nu
Cotton Mill ISorned.
to non.,raiie iiivitations! . j some time were burned at High
, Point this morning. There were no
Mt. Airy to Have Water Works.
ant Episcopal bishop of Mississippi,
has been invited by the Archbishop
of Canterbury to preach the anniver
sary sermon for the Society for the
Propagandi of the Gospel in Foreign
Parts in St. Paul's Cathedral, Lon
don une 23. This society is the old
est missionary organization in the
Mount Airy N. C, May 13. The j world and had much to do with the
Washington, May 13. The Senate s uVof bonds for water works is about planting ot Trinity church New York,
200 years ago.
Mr. Thompson has also, upon the
nomination of the vice-chancellor
been asked to preach the Whit Sun
day sermon before the University of
Oxford on June 6. He has accepted
both invitations and expects to sail
n p.- . f .t. r ,1
Jackson, Miss , May 14. The Rt. j looms in the mill and nothing was ; j oi,, M a'I. A. M. are hPl
saved except the boiler and engine, j in their hall, corner of Nash and CP -Ids
horn streets on tie- 1st and 3rd Aioppay
t,)clav confirmed the nomination of finished and now work will soon be
J- P. Cheatham, of North Carolina, gin to give us plenty of water as our
' .be Reorder of Deeds in the Dis- town recently went "wet." The next
ll::t ol Columbia. step forward now will be for a good
. I graded school system and electric
C3-A.srpo2FtX-L- I lights and then we can boast of tnis
!s sa ! being one of the best mountain towns
Loss $27,000; insurance Si 6,000.
j from New York next Sunday.
;o o'clock j. m. ea.ch month.
J. D. .Mullock, W. M.
The General Assembly of the Ke-rijlr. rneetings of Mt he La ran
; Chapter No. 27 are held m the Masonic
Presbyterian Church in the Lnited I Hall every 2nd Monday night at 7:3
States of America, (Southern General j o'clock p.' m. each month.
; , Pat W ilhanis, IP I .
Regular meetings of Mt. LeLanoi:
Commandery Xo. 7 are held in the
Masonic: hall every 4th Monday night
at 7:30 o'clock each month.
W. H. Applewhite, IP C.
Regular meetings of Wilson Podge
K. of IP So. 1694 are held in their hall
over the 1st .National Paul: every 1st
Thursday ev ening at 3:30 o'clock, p. ni.
IP F. Priggs. Direc tor.
Regular meetings of Contentnea
Lod-e, Xo. .S7, K. of P.. are held in
Odd Fellows' Hall '-very Thursday
night. Visiting members always wel
come. Regular meetings of Enterprise
Lodge, Xo. 44. are held every Frday
night in Odd Fellows' Had.
Assembly), meets in Charlotte, May
20th and will be in session for ten
days. It is one of the largest and 1
most representative religious assem
blies in the Uuion. During its ses
sions the Charlotte Observer will have
the most complete reports of its pro
ceedings, and the paper will be sent
to any address in the United States
j for entire session of ten days for 25
cents. Remit by postal note or mon
ey order. Address Charlotte Ob-
1 server, Charlotte, N. C.
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