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BEST ADYERTiSISG KEDIiii'.
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ui:-' 1:1 1 in: or timing.
I.; iCAL trains:
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iin; rxiri:i stati s and (vr..
.., ....;) i-'i. rence and Weldon.
M. Leaves Wilson 2:05 P. M.
, , , :i Wilmington and Norfolk:
i'. M. Leaves Wilson, 2:12 1. M.
Of all the gifts this side of heaven
Thru ever were to mortals -iven
J 'I he best to have, the w orst to ini
The truest, sweetest source ol bliss
The one rail left of Eden's fence-
stands the pure charm of c
' Wilmington to Pocky
Leaves Wilson, 6:15 A.M.
No I5.fi!, ite JV;t.i oJ Ac-ion )ns i,,, f)e- t F"r' ,lo'-"Us Mirpri.l an. I C;i pt 11 re.I by
1, . , ,. ! I'iur. sts-:;,(i.ie. Makin- a Di-inonj.ir.i-
A', o nir.ir.l t; P.-it- iti i 11... ... w. ......... .Al.Mr.a.l ai U.
namiM, jane 19 r uguive sola- the world on his wheel. Me is twen
Lieut- Julius Brar.dstcettiier, of the
s making a tour of
iii- I nt 11. c r io!i..
nt time, have been in disretrard i SldieS W'h brin- the orV claim to ries-e::c!usive ot th
; of the fact that up to this moment,
::;: 1 n'.i 1 tkai ns:
..-n b-oreiice and Weld on:
.!. !.--..vs Wilson. ii:jS P. M.
i ;r 'v on ? i:i:-.
; ;.; ; , , .; i'i -::?nssi n kks:
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To earn our right to "daily bread,"
To not re-ret when time is tied.
To wisely sneak and act and think,
To keep life's boat from ruin's brink,
To balance every hour's expense
We need the aid of common sens
Sometimes, no doubt, we need to view
The lijrhtnin? bolts some 'renin-; tlireu-
Hut now we need, well mixed and evcn n tbe discussion of the subject
stirred. of our relations to Cuba that have
With silent thought or spoken word taken place in the cabinet circle, the
A sort oi human tool's defense
: r ..... . - r ,- 1
Washington, Tune 10. It can h- ; ltfrs "0i" r0" Ko:es. nve leagues ty-seven vcars old, mere than , six
stated on the best authority that all ' ,rm banta Ciara- rePort that insur- feet tali, and a muscular athlete. A
publications purporting to outline the ' 2CRtS SUrPrised the fort' wiPed oul a11 : cycling suit, a sweater, a pair of
Cuban policy ot President McKinlev i but a handlul of the garrison and socks, a couple of spare tires and a
at have been made up to the pres-! caPtured aI the ammunition. The repair kit are all the baggage he car-
be the only survivors
wears. His weapon is a tug revolvtr
the case of the United Slates govern
ment has not been made up, and that
Gomez is reported making a dem-: He started froiri his b:r;h!)u V:c:
onstraticn against the Jaraco-Monon -
i he wholesome aid of common sense.
Seme things, perhaps, must still be
j Where mi,;hty minds their power in
j iiut now (.. uMard t;?
! Supt r-or Court
p:-ce:e-s we;;, la
Uf peac-c ana love, of y out!) fill heakh,
. nil how to
is t !iu;ht alone "pv com.n
:evp our own tew p
!sp.-r ol 1 )ei.'d
: !' O'v or.
point has not yet been reached where
it could be said that the executive
had finally determined upon any cer
tain pi in of action.
At the State Department, an au
thoritative denial ot the statement
was cabled Iron: Loudon to the effect
that General Woodford, the newly
apoc'iuted United States' Minister to
trocna- ; made his way to llordcaux by way 1 1
There arc actually 16,000 sick sol- ' Prague, Dresden, Leipsic, M.idee
diers now in government hospitals, ' burg, Berlin, Stettin, Lubeck, Ham-
ana me authorities have been com- burg. Bremen, Dussc'derf, Ihi
pelled to reopen '.he Regla sugar and Paris.
warehouse hosratal. Putrid dvsen-1 ( i-d- t
tery is making
On iv once was he mo.eted.
among the wore on hi
w- .kT' an
:roops in Santiago de Cuba.
ea;:le and was attacked bv some halt
peasants in the De
h:s stay a d.. zen
; ;- J mtiago ue Cuba, was visited by partment of La Tours. He shot ore
ithe local authorities and by all the (ol" them, wounding him in the leg.
consuls except the American, who ' Then the rest ran awav. From Ik-r
ow n hi i ii j:i:.
A. i '
iiMii; Town Clerk;
We pray for faith, and ii
For sun's remove and love's iucrea
For. strength to meet the tempte;
For dying grace for dying hour
but now, ri.ht in tile- present teu.-e,
Spam, has been instructed to intimate i 1 ; LaUA UlL lUJK u,t- "-' e; i.a.
i-icna, in a ieaamg editonat, don, thence by wheel to Liverpool,
strongly condemns the attacks ot the bv steamer to Halifax, and from that
to the Spanish authorities that if
Spain refuses to grant freedom to
to it tree
uoa, she must be' prepared to yield ! aU lhe SP3nish admiralt-v on point to New York. He is now on
- ' 1 Consul General Lee, which, it says his way across the 'American centi-
Give us, O Lord 1 good common sense. Mr. Calhoun is still here in daily
A N :
1'. SnakivNiu-u-oi, Chief.
Hauri:li., Frank FmroN
: s Makshuovkni-:.
n: T'i.v, St. Commissioner,
Timothy's Fpiscopal church,
C. !'..'.liss, Priest-in-charge.
s at 11 a . m . ar.d 7:50
To keep from useless jar and strife,
And bless tiie changing path of life,
To make each fountain purer still,
To take from loss its fatal chill,
Aral bring thy own sweet. recompense,
We bow to thee, blest common sense
O. S. Rick, in Postcn Transcript.
conference with Assistant Secretary
Day upon the subject of our general
to the Cuban question, as well as
upon the Ruiz case in particular, and
it is clt sired that General Woodiord
also be given an opportunity to con-
are indiscreet, adding that such at-! nent, with San Francisco as his ob
tacks made at a time when the gov-" jective point, thence by steamer to
eminent at Washington contemplates Sydney, Australia. Alter visiting
removing the Consul General may the principle points in Australia be
induce the American government to ; will cross to the Indian continent,
tain him in his position. The au- j and after exploiing his way through
thorities at Washington might re-1 Afghanistan, will strike for the Red
move General Lee cf their own ac- Sea and Suez, and thence through
A I'ulylii I.etO-r.
fer with Mr. Cdhnnn Thr-.r,-.
'.r-nrd illlt II-nt'M rot fin cn nn npn.ir.t P . "'IT " ,
ie minister will come again to Wash- , i-.- iK LU ..uei.i.l.ii
of tne pressure brought to hear by ; Cyclist.
the Spanish press. La Lucha turth-!
ington from New York, and begin a
serious studv of tKe hUtnrv r,t th i
- ' " " i er says the American government .
present insurrection from its very i , , ,, --,, I -r" 7
, - , . , ,TT , nas aireaoy piaceu ineir run value " v '
ClN'CINNATTI, O., Aug. 1 6, '93.
Aunt Raciiael Si'kkk,
1 Jr.ir , , .i n u t pvn in n( , i wt.- z - - j r - ,i
f.m:i.r ,n,c..ir h--v c;-t,r orri c 1 1 . I upon General Lef s services, which -,
lami.y, mseit, wife, hu si.--ter and iord at present knows little more'-
four children. All have been sirlc ,1 , . f ,u.J laCt 1S shown b' the expression of
, - - uiaii niu iiititirt ic.tut.13 v;i 111c
DJT 3 T O Xa.X. .
(-als 1'ioin UN I II lir.
two summers with malaria. Quinine newspapers, and it is, of course, high-
School at m., Week-1 w0llld brcak il hut lcavf's us u'eak ' iy important that he should have
avsd.iys and i 'ridays at 4 P- and distressed in the head and when jn his possession all the informal ion
days at 10 a. m. Celebra- we stopped the quinine the fever re -; that is in the State Department, be-
G.mnmmon on ist .sun- j turnc(p Many peo)le praised your sides that which Mr. Calhoun may
Peruvian Hitters and cur physician be able to add verbally, before he
opinion by persons in high positions ;
at Washington in favor of the Consul , Staunton, Ya , June 21 Hon Wm,
General's removal and that President J. JJryan came here from Culpepper
McKinley will name, as did President . to-day. He is the guest cf lion. IL
Cleveland, a person for the post who ' St. George Turner. I Ie sooke over
moutn at 11 a. n., otner
is m nis coimdence.
;i-t (.."harch. Lev. J. P. Hurley
s .it 11 a. m. and 7:3c
m., J. F.
told us to use it. I feel grateful to o0's to Soain, as it is the inb-ntion ; ot . 1
1 -pan., .13 il la '"c aia.u.uu .vyer s Pihs promote tne natual mo-
two hours tj nig
1 . 1 . . i 1
you i.euibe om outers nas cureu (, om- government that the new mm- . tiou of the bowels, without which ther
every one oi us alter using it 21 days. jster shall carry with him when he can be no regi
We used it live and six times a day, ,,oes the complete case of the United I For tlu; Clirc kUi'-usness, indiges- duced
takin' a table snoon ful of the bitters Zt-,t Thv .wPc.-iriKr ,--iU -r-.n. ! tlon'
t to an audience
.500 i;i an open
jm a te
field beside the pari: fr
Mr. Tucker and sat in a
a r r .. 7 .
l,t.u ,..,..r . ar pi.iu-m. .u.. ij.a.i , a,- o.iro-
!if....tii ( )ei ; 1 1O :..-. : - I
tion, sick headache, constipation, jaun- ' chair while speaking. Lav i:: been
.-t 1 . .1 , - .
wif.'M c. VV I . 1 I S. 1 i . oi;'a t .' ' 1 vr rono -ot t hii.ai tM r
,so Second, Third and a small wine glass 01 peer s rort some time, and it can be stated post- ; have no collrlL Kvcrv dose e;kctive. : . '"1 Z1
vsatna. ,n.!i.ulr.",op.;Viiic. Rev. Jno. j. Thomas. livelv that there is no expectation: - . ; mg pieasanby of Sbmnton he launch-
rhursdav th-o T'.-n, r d Ubmrlfnrd u-11 sarr for I meis 1'i.m.' Fast Jt.tin.t y . , CU 1UIO U-S Usllul .rte ba.er SpLCCU,
S-.'.udav School at 3 c'clo'ck, p.
I lackney, Supt.
; o rian Cimrch, Rev. James
A KrtM'iit I n vt'iition.
mtersoersed with humorous an-
.Madrid until the expiration cf the ! rv.i u . :
. . Titn fi-i' npv:nr a owpo h' 1 he Sfare . , r . ' c
One oi the latest inventions in bi- 0 ' 1 T c j to memoers ot tne Hudson district . eave3 here at 02
.I'5:'---. services on the First, je tires has a row ot inflated bulbs uePMmem 10 au L'"lltu " 1 ' Federation Club made new records! f C;rc:nPti
i :am and bourth Sunday m every j . isters upon their appointnient, within I q.,f , ft f rt t j 14
.1 t i .p,,..,r e .rf,.i(i Sui-i in a casing. Tnese are rilled with air , . , p . , ! on baturday in a ft from b.tesvihe, m
'-'... .1 iwtl at EOUIPUIir SeCtmtl Sllll- f,V.,Q c-f., r f Pc. mctnhnnc ' ... ...
lav. Series at 11 a. m. and S:V p. from a small tube running along their Vi11 " ' - C' to thls c lhe' were llber- i
Sunday School at s o'clock, p. m. ; base, which is connected through the "V1" . 1 . - ated at 5 a. m. and reached their lofts ,
" - ' ' ! I L I ' . J . .
Life In Other Worlds.
I'. ai'ist ( liKi-rli cer in n c: follows: . rim tn tbo tisml nnmn vnlvp. Placed
i-.r'in.r c ' i .v;,,.r t TT-m' i , I-' u course, from the peculiarities of the
i' ..m.L: Suntlav mormne; at n.oo . r ,ntPm k dinner this small tune are ' 1
on m Rev 1. A. Rood , , i i a situation, be more complex than are
op. in. Mv.j.n. auu short tubes, over which are forced . .
Gen. Woodford's instructions, of i urMKn, ltc u CMn(in.n jn o1i tp I rofessor
' dm 1; and h
Praver meeting Wednesday
usually given to an American minis-
Ba1! some time ago
. . ., ; wrote an articls on the nossibilitv oi
previous trips irom tms point tne 1 '
Wrrl nP,W reaped fhr on ' Sting 111 Other WOrMs. It W3S a
same day. H. Schmidt's bird was
the winner oi the prize
it.,. ..,.1 Ut,lUn TU litfr
t.-er.uv ;at So clock. Sunday School -- -? ten Not only will he be charged
: r t i - i. t .. I-..... I irp Inrmprl ivitn n nnrr inward V ex- J i
, !" :''' 1 ' ),,in UI,U , . 1" - ; ' , I with all the details ol the Ruiz case, ; , an.ined a sneed 0.
in nut :-.-- 'mud c ,nrr'i nfpnplunc ' tpnflinnr nppl whirh ;prvps as :i v,i ve. inavinu ditaineu a sueea ui
-'dSanday'bi Flder Jas. bass; on ! Beino. flexible and somewhat longer " which in isfl Promises to present a j feet per minute for the entire 500
Sai-lav bv Flder las S. Woodard; ! , . r ,1K fUlf most formidable problem, but he will ! mi!P- v v Tournal.-2ist.
, ., . , .. - J , , ! man me uiauiciei 01 01c uuiu ui.y . . , ' J
' -;oi .untlav ami Saturday oeioie
foregone conclusion that he should
p i-tor, Idder P. 1). Cold.
-;;in m 1 1 a. m.
also take with him all of the evidence
necessary to establish the losses suf-
l .o in; !;.
raeetme-s ol Mt. Lebanon
are closed by the air pressure in tne
ditd tbf b.ilVm fill
UUIUO- V IJv-il "ill ii'-vi iiiv- . . .
tered oy tne umteu otaies c.ozeii.-? 111
Cuba from the continuance ol tne
war, with much other data in support
of the suggestion of our government
; the outer casing, and are remov
Ithraugh the laced base of the casing
incomes ol ,it. i.enanon . v
. ;; ,.. F. A. M. are lu -Id i m case of puncture. Vacant space in
that it can scarcely continue to coin- of thanks etc A resolution intro-
gold band ' conenty assert the existence of in
of 1 oS" "4 telligent beings outside of this world,
oecause our science as yet nas not
been able to discover indisputable
sign of them, notwithstanding Mr.
Lowell's observations of the "canals"
, , 4i t 1 ' of Mars : but science, at any rate, has
Charlotte, June 17. The Grand ; ,
.odcre, i-vmght cf Pythias, transacted
routine business to-day, such as ap
pointment of committees, resolution
suns are all made of much the same
kind of matter as the earth. As the
houses are not built to go uninhabited
-i r t
"Hier of Nash and Golds the casing caused by the removal of
o; ai i:a.- ist and rl A umdav , -
: ;:;:mainin, bulbs. The bulb idea Penance a prolongation of present ; duced by Represent.tive D. Schneck, -ms very imnrooame so many
. I!-'iags of Mt. Lebanon j . enrirely new, but 'the method conailloRS- , , Jr., of Greensboro, expressed appre-
" -27 arc licdd m ihe Masonic j 1 r Upon the answer returned dv the ; t- t- p inno- bpstowed on
. ... t . 1 1 . . .tXii-c in thfi crhpmp? ot 4 : elation cu ii.c aunoi uesioweu on
-:.u Aitaioav ineau ai 7.,t ioi muauon umt-u m m.-
great worlds, more or less resembling
our own, should be made to roll idly
i - ai. eaci month.
W. IL Applewhite, IL P.
;;' r la-o.-iiiiM-s of Mt. Lebanon
:'- :;;'. -ry Xo. 7 are held in the
' "J1 !;" ''.;;;"i ewry jth Monday night 1
" ' " '' ; 1 ; i( " each month,
1. S. Barnes, F. C.
A V ';i;';r.ievtings of Wilson Lodge
',1' -v' ' y- i are held in their hall
r'j1."'. National Bank every ist
"''"" 'V evening at 3:30 o'clock, p. 111.
!'. l Pria;s, Director.
I v":'ir ni.-t.-iin.j ()f Contentnea
(I -'a i,"- .V7, K. of P., are held in
' V'.1 '''' s' Hall every Thursday
v a.a;;- members always vv.el-
this sort. Ex.
Spanish government to these repre- Thomas D eares. of North Carol:- in empty spaC2
"ev; of us, not
I ,-j,'''::;l.r 'net-tings of Enterprise
are held every l'Tday
111 Jdu Fellows' Hall.
Qpntatinn bv Mr Woodford will de- 1 . 1 . .1 - ased by earlier views, can douot th:
I seiitanons ay .ur. oooioru. wn ue ; na ln K5 recent election to the dosi- . J .
' ned th course to be followed bv i c c f - u they were meant to be inhabited an
f I pi.u tne course iu oe ionow u u , tlon cf Supreme Master ot Lxche-, 3
S j the United States. While perfectly j n The Gr?nd Lodo-e then ad. , that a certain proportion oi them ar
Whv take Johnson
. - . rs- r . .... . i
Chill CC rCVCr lOnCr willing to gather all information per-ourncd
m . su. ! tinent to this issue and listen to all ;
can douot that
inhabited by living creatures cf one
' kind or another. M. Jenssen, the
! nmnpr rpnrpsentations. the adminis-; Mother Why. Willie! Striking well-known French astronomer, is ev-
mOSt StubDOm Case , tration js determined not to be undu- j your little sister? . idently of this opinio::, and he irnag
Ol Fever ill ONE DAY. J ly hurried in its treatment of the case, j Willie Aunt Frost Face made me! ines that science after a time will lift
j realizing that if it should permit itself j Aunt Frostface Why, Willie. I man above material preoccupations
1. : l u.. T7-.. . i 'iC tmtt A'iA ctt-il' Vicvr T -fM'M uv.A ri f -!-. n n ' m 1 nr nr?-t-t-p ntirs'1? to
t .u. eld there was One 10 oe cameu aucty uy iciiipoiai i-a- h wu a. n.i . .
lOI.l tit- - . . , . .
t 1,0 d-dn't like " ; citement, mistakes of tne gravest j never kiss you again
ttung auuui me ii-
Cora "What was that?"
"Another man's arm." Life.
a taste for elevated poetry and enthu-
! character might result, that would in ' Willie Well, I couldn't let no siasm for the beautiful and a reverence
1 the end weaken our position. ! chance like dat slip. Truth. ; for thi ideal. North British Review.