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CONCORD, N. C, THURSDAY, MAY
T TO THE WOMEN.
FOUR MEN KILLED.
PERISHED IN THE SEA.
n Mri V:iuf s On Froc!
I 1 Iioiii.
. :(P'ui, of Wilming-
stiied ; and he will
k py until he attends the
: .i monument erected to
the deeds of the
::ie Confederacy." He
rowing letter to the
' , rver on the :Mth :
. d your unveiling ; it
::i every particular. (
in Ol.lMrll 0. !Ifin:rfMl sxntl
lioilor i:I)luliii Tun
Other ytvn Itarily luinw.,! I
Lenoir, May 30. The worst dis
' tor " nen ; evplosion. I wo other young, men from Birty on the 18lh
; Vd thf Tiiomipimt. weie also badlv bruispd ml ,nmn1,..wi nF M.mf
J F Taylor
iruticl iy Itfo Sin J., i ;i ,( u34.
San Fratcisco, Cal., Mav 29.
the -history of the county -The Pcfu- Mii imav,
occurred near Do-vnsville post office, irnn" w.s wrecked between Mazatlan
about 12 miles from Lenoir, vest: r-1 and Ac.pnlro on May 27th, and the
day. It was the explosion of a ' present itdicatiohs are that over one
boiler at Deal's saw mill, resulting ' V red and fifty persons perished,
m the instant death of Ed. Deal, ' Only nineteen are known to have
the tireman, Pender and Gordon j been -ived, The Cohnia was in iron
Oxford, and fatal injuries to a Mr. vessel of 2.000 tons. She was built
i out thinnr, wh,ch has j Jones, who died live hours after the by 2:ojeb,of Philadelphia, and sailed?
it would uu e Ivcn I but will recover. It seems that the. othei dhVpr wpf - 1) K
upon the men o ! saiety limit with this boiler was 100 tirst cilice) : Hieo. Lanj?ham. second
irneta monument at j pounds pressure, but the fireman leflieej; O Hansen, third officer; L W
f the Capitol to the recklessly weighted down the safety T Kirby, surgeon; T E Berry,
-Confederacy.' Wh.-itj valve and was trying to get 125 . freight clerk; A K Richardson, store
during the war no one pounds. The result was a sad one. I keeping; V A Smith, chief engine? ;
Cod and themselves. The two young Oxfords h vl A K O Riordan, it i sr. engineer; 11 Kin
eat r than Lee, than ' working in the woods near by, and lay, second engineer, F Tomnereg,
, Forest, y, than any j come to the mill for water; the third engineer. There were TO
vO xcitement of the j others were employes. cabin passengers, 3h .steerage pas-
I Lhe mill for some reason,! .!
been stopped temporarily, and all six
men were standing in a :roup r.nir
the boiler at the fatal moment.
Pender and Gordon Oxford were .-ons
of our esteemed countryman, Mr.
Sion II Oxford, who was a fearless
valued soldier in the '' Twenty
second NorUi Carolina Regiment.
t heir homes rati. n
return of their
d- ff ated. the7 cheered
they declared a
;t! j. reference for a Con
le.'vr without arms oriels
skulker' who would
e- ins country,
hen start the movement
irtct to their memory the
, irament that mortal man
s' k, wf v )iT Costorfa.
; - :i ("hiM, she eri-'.l for Castoria.
t:n' Mks, she clun to Castoria.
1 1 e'hiUreu, she gave them Castoria
( ; Trust II i 111.
lor.:: since a part of a con
n . between a loving young
; V- was overheard by a reporter,
: -' I haye an instinctive feel
::. t I can trust you.''
I- passionately) "Ah, my dar
:. -v 0'iiel that some others felt
All I rcp.
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now the
opportunity to try it Fre3. Call on
the advertised Druggist and get a
Trial Bottle Free. Send your name
and address to II E Bncklen A Co.(
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills Free, as well
as a copy of Guide to Health and
Household Instructor, Free. All of
which is guaranteed to do you good
and cost you nothing. Fetzer's
trinrt'.Mm til I'oplnr Tent.
rv:ces will be conducted to
row, Saturday and Sunday at
I-nt church. Rev. V C
::v:-i.;.r, pastor of the First
?by:-:ian church of this city,
teh Fridav and Saturday
X M Shaw Sunday morn
1. o'clock, and Rey. J C
..t : o'clock Sunday after
.mmunicn will take place
.:.g service Sunday.
Wliy 1I Kefiisen.
Brown "I understand that Sena
tor Green wanted you to you to act
as his private secretary."
Simmons "He did; but I would
not accept the position, because I
should have to sign everything,
Green, per Simmons."
L.v-n's habyish bi others
!,ug ',ad boys) bamboozled
: . , ltrtholomew Braham
tk:; Bernice Braiiam'
'iileo bondon basket.
!-e- te:ng Bratholomew's
Mine belligereut; because,
li'.s bad brothers broke
-autiful bamboo bonbon
! began behaving badly
ing Bartholomew's Bible
lie Wan an American, But the Otliejs
Mr. Giles T Crowell, the generous-hearted
flour mill man, Wednes
day night opened his heart and barn
and lodged and breakfasted a family
of eight man, woman and six chil
dren. Mr. Crowell asked the man,
who couldn't speak English in
telligibly, of what nationality they
were. His answer wras that he was
an American, a native of Charleston,
South Carolina, but that his wife
and children were Yankees. They 25c. per
are the same lot that claimed to i Drug Store.
have been in the navy service. i iu. future r ituiiierrri college
! President W E Abernethv,
:erg?rs, -40 Chinese and TO c flicers
and crew. The news of the disaster
reached this city through a disp-itch
nceived by the irgente of the Pacific
Mail Company. One of the steani
. r s sma'l boats containing 14 pas
sengers and fiye of the crew reached
the Mexican coast and it was this
party that telegraphed the news of
the wreck. None of the remaining
150 passengers and crew has been
heard of. The names of the pas-,
sengers rescued hav not yet been
The Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany has been advised that the fol
lowing passengers and crew were
landed at Manseauvilla by the first
boat; Cabin, Cushing, Thornton,
Domingo, Albano, A J Sutherland,
Laralua, Itinz. Steerage : J W
Crew, D Rose, II W Boyd, Anto
Ramiz, G Rowan, Joseph Salig, T J
O'Neil. Crew : Anson, Carpenter,
Richardson, Raymond, Morrel.
In the passenger list all of those
saved appear aa belonging at San
Jose de Guatemala. Richardson is
the ship's storekeeper and the first
intelligence of the wreck cam? from
Send yoi'r address to II E Bnck
len & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills, A trial will convince you of
their merits. These pills are easy
in action and are particularly ef
fective in the cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache. For Malaria
and Liver troubles they have been
proved invalurble. They are guaran
teed to be perfectly free from eyery
deleterious substance and tc be
purly vegetable. They dc not weak
en by their action, but by giving
tone to stomach and bowels greatly
invigorate the system. Regular size
l ox. Sold at t e'zer s
'roA-ns being big babies
-mew beat both Browns
'oth Browns being big
''Rowed, "Bravo Barty !
-at both bravely, H&r
ijiini sfrt' i !i- one. j Ru t herf ord Coi lege, has completed
Preparations are being made to ' arrangemen s to hold Rutherford
open out a new street to run from College, and will now pr. ceed to
the Buffalo cotton mills, being erect- ake the school one of the best in
ed by the Messrs. OdeU, to the the country, The little town is on
Odell mills in the North end of the a boom new houses are being built
city. It will run into the west ex- and new "residenters" are flocking
tension of Main street, near the iu each day. An effort will be made
north end of Spring street, and will j to give an eeiucat:on as cheaply as is
hp known as Buffalo street. A long i possible und r any circumstances.
bridge, probably two hundred feet,
will be built across Slippery Rock
Presiuent Abernethy's ability as a
teacher is well known, his equal as
. -J. A. III I 11 1 1 1 . i l
branch. Work on tms street win an orator woum oe nara to una in
bTin as soon as prepaiations are i th state or anywhere else, and tho. e
completed for the erection of the j who know him best expect great
:ii thinp-s from him.
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And gt a cir
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