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VOL. 11. WILLIAMSTON,N.C., FRIDAY, JULY 12.1901. NO. 42.
EDUCATORS'MIiEMG| STATESMAN IS DEAD DAWES RESIGNATION 4TH OF JULY SPEECH K SSSFOURTH IN MANILA.
md her hundreds of millions of Invsn
—- •" Deßvtiei at Um Guilford BattU * ■ ■ * ■ —• thro and progressive population, s"ae ■ ■ « ,
Eattaskstic Calheriaf of Proaiaeit ar«a4 My 4th. Priice Vm Robettote Gathered T* Comptroller of the Carreicy to C» By Senior McLiurin, Delivered at hT^o^uona "uad" United States Establishes a Form of
I*£ c.l. . n . » " Oraaasboro, Special.—-Th# annua. _ „ _ „ _ , . and to snatch from her the crown of . „
People, Miiimtio* at the Ooiitord Battle- lis Fathers* For the ( Spsrtsnburj, rommerc.a. lupremic;. Civil Ooverameit.
Ground, July 4th, iu fully up to the . % , . * "Another e 1 ■
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION TJTZJ7S M SUSCOWS TO WEAKNESS OF AGE LETTER TO PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. AMERICA'S PAST AND FUTURE GOV. TAFT DELIVERS A SPEECE
exercise. were thoroughly enjoyed by » « ■ With the Star-Spangled Banner of the
Opened la Chicago With Meeting of til. The principal event waa the ad- Was a Wall Kiowp Oerman Dlplo- Declares He Could Not nakeHte Can- Reviewed la the Presence of a Large United States In consort with the flag The Advisory Board to Con tain Aoae
tfce National Council aad Depart- * Governor Aycock, who made Mt| Honored By the People and vnaa and Hold Hla Office at the end Attentive Audience-How Inde. t w*-° r n 'V!S^!f : eli*-2Z Personnel of the Pro
meat •; ladlan Schools. tafiS Loved By the Emptor. Same Time. pendence Day Was Observed. £ w71." arouaed from their heathan vlnclal Cabinet.
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Detroit. Special.—A meeting of the ""T™ 0 "'"* w - ™ r ' Berlin. By Cable.—Prince Von Ho Waahlngton, D. C., Special —Oom- Bpartauburg, S. a. Special.—Ben- flags represent all the substantial hu- Manila, By Cable.—Civil government
N.itioua. Council «»! S». 'ncati;u In 'imi itateaman an uncommon orator a henlohe, formerly Oerman Imperial ptrollor of the Currency Dawes has *V\ r Mc '/* url, J delivered the expecte.l man progress In the ages past, the In the Philippines was auspiciously In-
Y« :ug Wtr a CL: tan ►aociatlou Christian gentleman and North Caro Chancellor, died at Ragats, Swttier- tendered his reHignatloa to the Presl- hWnri bljfh ** tand be f l civilisation founded augurated Thursday. Commlsslonet
Hall «ud the flrst aea*on of the de- una'. - dent to take effect October i. Mr. Zt SrtJTS.MnstUuted"Tn? Si ™ W " Mcorted b ' °* ncral M * A "
lurtii.eut of Indian education in Cen- Governor Ay cock spoke of the atru> henlohe'a death waa generally unex- Dawes resigns his offlce In order to ting waa orderly, quiet and undemon- true anlrlt of human freedom It was thur an(l General Chaffee from the pal
tral Methodlat church, opened the glee whleh went on from the earliest pected here, aa he left Berlin aeveral enter the Illinois senatorial conteat •tratlve. The Senator waa given a nevar designed thst Individuals should to a great temporary tribune of
fortieth annual convention of the Na- .^•._ C 0 I 0 ?! Unt " th ' weeks a«o apparenUy in good health, U.IK fall ISRSSS AZ'audtoacJ'ln^'rhr^ 1 nght singly the battle, of the crosa. the opposite qlde of the Plasa Palado
Uonal Educational AaaoctaUon. The P l * m iK-j "Ithough bis increasing weakneaa wai Mr. Dawes' term of ofTce would terisUc and manner an I AU t!, " r fan » ccom P ll, ' n b X Individual Standing on a projecting centre of th«
national council of eAucatloa la ao» contSlt brtw»» tk! •▼Want. The Prince arrived at Rag not have expired uuUl January 1, made an appropriate speech for the w «forts Uto convert Individuals to the tribune. Mr. Taft took the oath of of
ordinate body ot the aational Maocla neonla and th* Oovemort the sheriffs * (1 extremely exhausted. Hla death l?o3. Hla letter to the Prealdeat la caalon. In the audience was a goodly true fmllh ' "'• th# »l«alon of nation, nee as civil governor of the Phlllpplnt
tlon composed of a number ot the collectors and other oflltwa of tha '■ attributed to the weakneaa of oU an f.)Uo«v»: number of the cultured and reflnel ®° arhl(,v ® fruitful victories under the Inlands, the oath being administers,
foremost educators, who, through the crown for even la those early daya Me. Tha arrangemenu for the trans- ••WashlugUm. D. C„ July S. 1»01. SparUnburg and of the In- of _ ,h f c l r " , ' , # . nd s D r *** ch by Chief Juatlce Arellano. Governoi
counsel, lead the thought of the gen- North Carolinian! were a strong and portatioa of the body to Germany ani Al*.-KsiiK«y. Cxuulivc Mansion, telligent young lady teachers of tho Ma ul ® n f Proiche Ta.'t waa then Introduced by Oeneral
erml ataotiation Th« M npr nf th« atunfv nannu mrWrx wna« «Kat«> .i*Mi # A . .ha #%k .i«. .r. . A » mm* a*aiini** WnsWlifcton, D. C.! Btste summer school In Rosslon here. over tka known world in bis time Mar Arthur, the guns of Fort Ssntlsgc
. v # The paper of the sturdy people who knew their right? for tha Obaequlea are not yet definite- v Co) John B d PVo | an( | iptrrtluccd but 11 **■ conquering aT Being Ured byway of a salute A fea
byo\Vm* T*Harris 0 traa t™e w?'h ,eU,rm,n,>d upon ' but U '* cxp ' cteJ ho u -an.lldnlo lor iho Inlted Statcn ib * epeaker of the day In /nJt and Constantlne supported by all the power turc of the inaugural address of Gov
education on ' ?n »hl n ZTHII. th,t th * w,u b « oouveyod to senate from Illinois, I hereby tender becoming speech. He referred to the of the Roman empire that crystallised Pr nor Taft waa the announcement thai
School How It Htedlr? ...J n.i2?2 Governor* andother offl- Hohenlohe ancestral home, at my resignation aa Comptroller of tha rpcent condition of the Democratic results and made effective the pr.ach- on September 1. 1901, the commiaaloa
Mr Hvris Tdvocacy S lsoUtlon nri- J Schllllngafuerst. BaUvia, where the Currency to take effect October I Party and the need of Its being alive ing of the great apostle to the Gentiles, would be Increased by the appoint
-7T .iT • #o, **«on pre- treated them well until they showed a i. next. to new Issues and alluded to the "pro- It seems that to our nation Is commit- m ent of thrn« native member* Dr
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m the afternoon Elmer E. Brown. by In Norlh Caro lna, t seaside rest aad attend the funeral. t , p[l| . Ro of mention to ,\ Sn ,|mi »,v %!u«h his effort "a! ,hat *" P e °P' M * nd ,oa « UM » b * ll bow bo:s of the United Slates Phlllpplnt
of the University of California, read a . , r V. I"*, , J * Although Emperor William haa fixed Ptn(j | ( j ate before the neonle of IllH not of the Pits (mate vlnlrtlve vlo- worship the true God. This work commission: Interior, Worcester; Corn
paper on "Educational Progress Dur- ®* ht 4 ,or Individual rights, ma.ntaln- hlg departure on hla trip to Norway 1 n . . . , TnHoi i a,,,.. «»„.«« ft lent tvpe It was on a high plane an,l 0 1 evangelisation of the world was m «ree and Police, Wright; Justice and
ing the Past Year." Heaald: "Tha Ing the struggle un 11 thalr reprearn- for Mon i ft . U la deemed likely | ° f° r Unltcd ® U, 7 Benat ": 'on no Tr B on a , X> B rof any ?ot ready for accomplishment after Finance, hie; Public Instruction, Moi
«barac&ristlc work of progress dur " #r * Infracted to declare for ? >that H(a M^,Mt wlll once more post . woull not bl possible for me dur* ono Paul's pruachlng snd Luther's refor- „„ 0f lhc twenty-seven provinces or-
Ing the past year baa been expanalon l n4 ?£ ad * n " " Britain. The atartlng on hi. tho , ' rxt y ' nr ,0 m * ke * C " VM * After recotintln? tho principal point 1 matlon. but waa reserved for one of Oovernor Taft said the lnsur»
Educational expanalon has been tht «rat blood of tha Revolution wai sp.lt- j»ne «• lime or nia B»mng on m t)f l|u , Honatc rn(l at tha g , me tlma | n history from time to time of the es b ' era-making evenU of the twentieth rer .| on Btnl exjB|g , n flve Thi, will
accompaniment of political and in ed on North Carolina soil, at the bat- »"P In order U enable h m to attend a(tmln , #t#r t0 my own aat i # factlon tahltshment cf the icpubllc. and al«o century. If as a nation wc arc true to raltae th „ Cont |nuance of the military
- dustrlal expansion. The great ae tit of Alamance, and tha Regulators tha obsequies. Owing to Emperor (he Important and responsible offlce referring to the great progress mado duty, oportunlty snd our appointed government in those sections. Slxtaen
umulators of wealth have been gtv who mads a stand thara against for Wllllama* relationship to Prince Von m Influenced solelv in b >" ***'■ ocn.nt'ry alons various lines, destiny, we will be the favored nation- ttd , lit | onl | proV inces are reported with
educational Institutions. elgn oppresalon were not law-breakers Hohenlohe. J"®* 1 J" , ' „' y Senator Mclaurln entered Into a dia al Instrumentality to flsht the derisive ullt insurrections, but aa yet they ha v.
These great benefactors have though ther were flarce. The arils by thla action by whut seems tx> ma tha cu „ lon o( , he question of expansion, battle of Armageddon, and to achieve * ot bpen or ganired. Four provinces ars
nf li e wh w »>ich they were surrounded rendered den. Oomei Dined. plsla pmj»rU;U''a of tha situation. and among other things said: the flnil and complete victory for n ot ready for civil government,
of teaching. It ia doubtful whether u ne ce»aary that they ahould be N . w Y ork Hneclal-W K. U. Mr. Dawes entered the offlce of if we patriotically utlllzf our pr.-a Christianity. n ./ f Pol , r , h i„ w-«hln»ton
or aerlous dan itrong, and evon flarce. But for Alv o (nhr . _. VB J dinner at the ttnlon Comptroller of the Currency January cnt opi>oi tunltles and fvilillll all of our We canpot as a nation avoid thest 9 u,,„n«ti Washington
academl? freedonT The mancaNorth Carolina would not hiv. fl. 1898. succeedln K James H. Kcklas. national oblljaUcna no one can specu- garm , obligation. Imposed upon us.
academic ireeaom. rne discussion w i A .. »>._ Lisiup Club Ssturda) evening to uon - .. t , . . . . late too romantically al out our futuro ir ft rnrward ti.. celcoratod tne Quietest rourtn or juiy
of scientlflc temperance Inatruction «h« "rat SUta to pronounce tha • . Gomes and General T. »«>d waa Immediately confronted by ', . Kor .lL to have lookel ? ,u" for many years. This Is due to the
hr.s brought forward the queatlon of Declaration of Independanca. jr.... 1, P.im. Mr fltokes was situation in the Chestnut Btre#f forward at the founding of llome, and S.^ e rrs PJ ,n, l b '" , J M °' th# fllt lr fact that tho regulations controllng
freedom of teaching in another form. „ ConUnulng Governor Aycock aald: Estrada Palma. Mr. Stokea was Natlona , Hank of Phl , acle | phla . whlrh o/Jlcted all lorlc? of tbr Uomau They can be discharged, and when tho Charge of fireworks have been
"New educational movementa In the 'lf we would ba worthy of tha aace'try formerly a member 01 the Cuban n( . of tl ic most c omDli cat ed ever oniDlre when In the zenith of Its Bplen they are, what a glorious future there more ,trlctly enforced thA hereto-
are closely bound up with poll- of thoae who ded on this field (Gull- League of America, and was closely * " ' ' ~ , I dor. lie woul l have I oen hailed j.h a wl " h> for our natlon and for lhe An " fore. The orders prohibited the shoot
tlcg! and induitrlal changes .The ne- ford Court Houae) wa must be jealous Identified with work of tha Junta of confronting a Comptroller. Ho found ' n ,. hu „ lo nhecle« an fairy glo-Saxdn race, with one language, one lng 0 f firecrackers before 6 o'clock and
gro Is making hla own contrlbutiona of tha liberty obtained by tha blood cf w j,| C i, Qeneral Palma was the head. nccttsniy in tiio ■£ lie l , Qr oi)(i (f) huVf> Ktou(l ()n t |, () civilization, one Christianity, and oir t he explosion of large crackers at all.
to ne solution of the. problem and our fathara. If wa ara worthy fla'on- «. r « n „j „„ , h , « n ,ir crodltors of the bank to oppose the h i lo rcs of Britain when Caesar perfect poltlcal Institutions, Bpread all The President spent the greater part
the Tuskeegee School haa been one of danta of them, we will hold as ten- . , 7, . „» n .roi general plan of a re organisation landed there with 1113 legions and por- over the habitable oarlh. Then the pa- of the day. with Mrs. McKlnley. The
lhe centres of educational Interest acloualy as thay held to every found 1- of th ® m l ornent - C ° '.I committee formed ot prominent rill trayfid In story the glorious future of *•« of history will be nothing but the day was an exceptionally quiet one at
du i,\ n ® , the 3r ® ftr '" tlon of liberty. Let every dtlaen un was the hero of tha occasion and was phllaJelahla and for a tlma 'the nrltlrh cmnlre. he would have entrancing atory of tho glorious the executive manslottf
The Indian branch of the meetln? dersUnd that he la under obllfatlons warmly received. Ha made a brief been mockel at a prophet with a dla- ac hievements of our republic. Tl>e Dig Celebration In New Orleana.
waa devoted wholly to welcoming ad- to maintain the liberty bequeathed ti which waa Interpreted by Oen- ... . ' I tampered Inia-Ination. So If one stnnd- .world wlll be wrapped tn- mantle of New Orleans, Special.—New Orleana
dreaaea and icsponaes. hlm .. The speaker aaaer;el th»t there era! Gonzales. General Oomea said . '. p , ' nowo\er, and IIIK on , h) . great eminence of time, the pe H ce, the race of man will hav.> B tarted tho century by celebrating tha
waa only one way of doing thla tha: he waa almost touched to teara by the 11 n "* Wiigu!i:ed a* having saved 1 eglnnlng of the 20th century, rhould achieved all It was rteslgne,d to accom- Fourth of July In most approved atyle.
Christian Endeavor Convention. waa t0 | Ba t a || ,h e prlnclplea of liberty' remarkable reception ha had received & Jtho Mfdllors of the bank a Ilea prellct the future glory of the Aniei pits},, and the nations will purauo In The display of bunting was lavish and
Cincinnati, Special.—Another beau- de»p into the hearta ot the people by In ths United fltfttet. He khew Cuba other jiroperty which was not lean republic, 11 would bfl only a harmony the arts of peace and the path ; flre-works were In evidence. All bual
tlful day greeted the thouaands of educating every child In NorthCaro waa Indebted to the United States but contemplated by the re organization ba,f written or a picture dimly paint of happlnena and thus enjoy the full ner« was suspended for the flrst time
Chrlatian Endeavorers assembled here | taa . H e contended that thl« was the he never knew until he came here ho* com mlttee from which they probably wllb B ". l }}* JS 'brieve flUl,lon of ,he efforU of man ,or b x T a ? - r iTv 6 fea
In their twentieth annual convention. T i aa , held by thoae patrloU who flrst 'wp that debt waa-that It was not . ttonnnnn left out. I ilo not believe that any thougnn d years. tlval at City Pari* with military fea
cimmlttee made this the great day of whien thev dw'sj-ed' themselvei free
to'another* but'of'brother °no o.' his flrat o-Ucrs after entering "'.pUon nf what our nation wlll be and ft nn c''' I'h'l h ' I's'noTTheV'v'e* or clerka "rrocers. drummers, street rall-
uLXZZ*™" h ? lh " 0t SfLTSK -SSRS. «d J.tS..irpelt. P S«S way men and others conducted large
held and all were enthualastlc and t 0 the cause of education. While the I!?
large. TheMuaic Hall auditorium money with which to pay that appro nf the tl:)l « l »« ! l ,,ll «' b «« k '' 3 !'>»* backward to the Ith of Jul. , It meant nothing more, has been worth Tntml , ,
■waa In use in the morning, noon and pnlation waa not available, that was yok , ot oppression Cuba and the ,n his term he made a ruling 177fi nn( | g)>fi jj ( ol(r»les atrugglln>; tm times the "blood and treasure it coat
evening. Tho Junior Endeavorers met the flrat atep taken In North Carolina united StatM said the general belong , u , "I",'" with' the most powerful government ..n In reuniting this country. tt e had a NVw York, Special.-The hot wave Is
at the First chur h, where for public education. The Oovernor together It Is onlv "a oueetlon of atuckholdcis of the defunct ban"** )ho ( , arttl f or independence, and con- President In the White House who was wr i t | nK another tale of death on thn
Treasurer William Shaw, of Boaton, declared that the education of the Gravitation when they will be one. I _ ,hc l aMoßl, n? en } had been lees B , |)pr |hr grall ort ,| g nj?R !nst us. an I not afraid to trust ex-Confederates lie r( , (o rds. A brief electric stotm accom
dellvered an addreaa. The big meet- people waa the hlaheet duty of North ! 5. ? w au, hori«;J. and he ea- rontras t our condition then anil now. not 6oly spoke lovingly of our dead p an iod by a few dropa of rain gavs
litg of the afternoon wis held In Audi Oaroltnana to day and that every c t ■__ 1 ] , 8 , P rt,rt l , '° !lf rebating to wp ( , a|) scarcely crollt the evidence of but ho trusted the command of the gonie re n e f at 2 o'clock In the after
torium Endeavor, where Georgian, laen should be willing to make any „ Unconstitutional. atorkholdera uueh P o^'" o * ol our own «xp rlen e. armies of the United Stales and honor noon> but It was only temporary. Be-.
Gralf, of Boston, prealded, with Percy sacrifice necessary for the education cf . L Boo, V n *V' Bp,cla : £ P»l»j as waa determined -The promised land, flowing w.n „f this country to ex-Confedera'ca, I.ee, twol , n midnight and noon forty-flvi
S Foster of Waahlngton D C as mu- t Klv and eirl In N«rth Oarnllns ' ursr prominent business men took by f'trthor liquidation to have been m m ( an( j honey, was the enourig - Wheeler, and our gallant Butler, were from the heat were reported te
slcaWlw"or DevW°oniS e'x"""~ ? r » n, • 'T" an " SSllm. a "d there were prostration,
were led by Rev. John Offer Custla, of u t M an d waa llatened to with earnest n t u r « Nation's crusade unconstltu- of the offlce and waa upheld by the desolate wanderlncs In lhe wilder n arr | g on. On this anniversary day, we innumcrhale. ...
Barclay, Md. Rev. C. l>?e Gaul, of Phil- n ess by the Immense crowd before tlonal. It was the "inquialtiun' law courta, practically without exception. ne»s. Without this ' ' a ran r,, | 01 ! ,c no .t neclernt'lon mule I'P to mldnlght the ' ( ' , a " ul ?"®'' "
adelphla. spoke on "A Century More of him. At the eonclualon of his address which authorises county attorneys to Comptroller Dawes also organised a faltered and fallen by th? »ays Je a.d Mall ,e(l us Declaration midc from the heat during_|he_ pasj
Christian Endeavor Pledge," and the maater of ceremonies Introduced summon ami examine witnesses touch system of consolidation of Insolvent never accomplished tlu-dlvme „„ July 4th. 177fi, but we sn lhanit was *W._ By compariw« th*
George F. Nye .of Aberdeen, Wash., Mr. R. F. Beasley, editor of The Mon Ing their knowledge of the violation hank aln the last stages of liquidation of their deliverance from Kwptlm o ort that we are now a united psopie. nn mW of people killed In the battle ol
told of "Offlcera That Keep Thiags roe Journal who spoke on the battle ot of the law. . Dan F. Campbell, an at In tho Interests of economy, ao that at bondage. and thnt our house Is no longer d.v. • KntrtWo was 205, wounded In the aam.
Moving." Elisabeth town. torney, who was summonel, rffilnl to the present time 37 rsceivershipß ars "As a notion we have reacncu a e( | againwt itßelf. battle 450.
—r -■ --m Mr 'Saaalev's address »n cf *~ea! testify and was arrested. The Jury being administered by two recelvera erlils equally as important as that . n ~ .
Larcc Wheat Field Burned historical worth and gave evidence of acquitted hIA. though he admitted the with frcatly reduced expenses. Ho wh leh confronted the lara-litcs, and Calls Q» ths P"* 1 " 1 "' m Pittsburg. Special. - Elghty-s.a
_ much mll entr e» »i re n t ->a Dor ton charge. also uniformly hastened the liquid*- lhe encouragement offered us ia the - waahington. D. C„ Rpe-lftt-Tl. llf , fl n lBl due to the excessive fieat : have
Great Bend. Kan.. Kan., Spwdal. hlstorv nf which hut llttl. tlon of Insolvent banks. Upon entering world as our promised land, where f-j ay Evans, Commls loner of Pin- occurred hero up to Friday morning
Fifteen thousand of wheal went * * T 1 " 1 h »' Dr. Cbapm.n Improving. office the fag ends largely of the na- wp are to pla J the a( . P d, of fre ,1 »m ca ,, B d on the Presl,lent to b.l , ;iM . e laat Wednesday.
up In flames here Monday afternoon. • Y • wtr«»« n«not Ind Boecial —For tional bank failures of the 1893 panic . phrißtianity and labor to fructify him aoodbye before his dopariu'p f- I '' \ >
m'in throwing a lighted cigar into a P . . . J Wflbui Chaoman commenced, Dr. last four years he has collected $2.», , , nationi shall Up down Jn hoen taking au invenrtory o i n i number of death from heat in this
field of wheat stubble. Everything m^ on f a » the who haa been'con- 000.000 , ash Jg,.. The rame £ claims on hand, that b be beginning of the present
ntructtve lire was In progreM. All the waa one of tne 70 orave ana reiriew (hat hla may recover, al- Owing to the passage or ine jaw 01 wilderness Is sustain- v . rv srlon an d aaked the Preslii. jt
resided, here left their »ark«d «e«iwho met though the danger .point Is not yet 4 18W >. the n,atonal banilng v , p are trUP t0 duty an I, f hP hß ,i' a ny Instructions or order. „ ogton . SpeclM.-During the sx.diyj
hauetod every known method for trained Britlab aoldlws at Kllbabetlv H ls attack has been brought system of the country nas giesuy in ing . p r „m ! " Th e President made few i-ur of excessive heal whl. h have prevallel
ncariy an « wa.cn wmm m mML . pre eminent events will be a union (f " - ■>
Telegraphic Briefs. Another Strike Settled. AlabamaConvenllon. the «ngllsh racijjj 1 Cl'll
Quit op Account of small Salary. R eT . Dr. C. 8. Oardner. of Greenville. gt Louie, Special.—ln connection Montgomery, Ala., Speclal.-Numcr- Anglo-Baxon Ideaa of lb fl mnnil fl nniin I'nmnlll IM I 00*0
Washington, Bpeclal.-Tbe reslgna- 8. p., has be«n called to the pastorate h h t iou of their union token ous petitions were again presented to Christian « lvl,l * a, ' on .. ' nHr ol the 1 I'D Li || V 1111 111 '-* 111 JIH 111 Irllr
.... .. *»,. 0 U.IM SMS-*. "• ,n.L^on.l. If IKH X M I ,lll(ltll 11 CUD.
consul general to Cape Town, has been r . nt>rt »d i> gt Petersburg,aay. sters who struck In sympathy with tht that t j, e railroad commlssloneri be wortd There riiy not be any |JI UUli UUUI U L UUIUI.U UUHU^Uj
received at the State Department. The a dispatch to The London Dally Tele- freight handlera at die laat Lou ( mad( , el^tlve , Instead of appointive, R niance between
. . c . „nh fmm tha Russian canltal "that freight yards, returned to work. Tim . reQU69 t'.ng that the cainmleslon bo ran (inlted States and monannicsi
resignation waa baMd on tffeuttdr la- ls%She?ti! MnSss ,t Is believed wl.. end the strike. A, powers Th. petit oa. OrLt Britain, but there w„l be a unity
adequacy of the salary of the post as Cec n daughter of the late Grand Duke a result of the conference betweet referred The dlicussion of the c f purpose which will link them _, , u .
ISLfS a "° Wed e ,°!Tr 01 k, e n b« r «^* c bwertn. strikers committee «d the railroal ""jjj munlplpal .ether in the bond, ofa # NORTH CAROLINA,
Wofat.defray the cost of maintaining a serious affray occurred Saturday companies, the amended demands ol q . th „ riy est and race affiliation. Wl.h suih a /
a family in modest conditions at Cape at Oclsy Lesec, France, where a nt)»- the freight handlers were granted WM reeum-d t_ . combination of resources and >
Towa. The United States consul gen- her of anarchists discharged revolvers Thia amo unU to an advance of 15 nalnder of the morning It will bo pdfcßlhle to HB " ♦#
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cancy haa not yet been filled. number of penaloners on the roila com- f°' 'the recenUy discovered shortage of come republican or Cossack will be v
———- pared with the previous year waa about —— MOOOOJn the mint. Government offl- fulfilled. The Eastern question ot . y-. r- r » r-iu xv (\ CT . CDPD Al Tl^T^
Mississippi's Qood Cotton Crop. $1,500. Pierre LorilUrd Dead. cla ] a wor klng on the caae refuse to day I. the beginning of the final s.rug- LARGE FACULTY OF 13 SPbLIAL 15> 3.
Atlanta. Special.—A ConsUtutlon P. B. Winston, a senior member of New York, Special.—Pierre Lorll iUt e their theories as to what became * ,e - a union tae Uj
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ConservaUve reporta aocelvei from faUure took place at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, Dfn dcd from duty, pending the out- nations wlll be forced Into the cruaale • , T .. n Rfl «
the cotton growing centres oi winston Jal in Vh-glnla in where he was taken from the Deiits- m 0 f the investigation. for liberating mankind from th« S C hoolB of Mu3lo, Art,EloCUtio:i. BllSltlOSS and Literary Cour6o«
the Stateare of an encouraging natur* ?5« Virginia chlalM , whell that steamer arrived 00 blighting tyranny under which it has p OP Vfonlh
and with iimn weather frnm niv nn . * from Europe July t. The members o. , R U1 suffered for centurlea. What an en OhartTOS Moderate -r-Board flO rer Monln.
and with average weather from naw on Two ape t0 be added to tha tbc funny present at the bedside Telegraphic Briefs. „i ctur e_the unity of a!l the K , , _ , T -u
It is assured thai.Mississippi will have neet between O.. and Bulla- wb en the end came were Mr. Lorll The? Virginia Con.tltuUonalConven- „ a ,, on /,n one common ani pitr alc Well equipped Laboratory for Individual Work, Llbrarj
a bounteous yield of the staple. The 10, N. Y., to take care of tha Pan- urd'a daughters, Mrs. T. Suffern Tay Uo n took a recess until Tuesday nm. naucna nnlvwjm , huT , an wcuequipt
f!.° P niil h* i^ 0 !" tW ° JVw' W ?f American rush which 1. Just starting. )«■ and Mrs. Wm. Kent, JJ® d . th *' r Hon. William J. Bryan delivered bis r r e.(Wn and throuxh It to unite th* „f m ore than 7.000 volumes for RefereriCO and General Heading,
jstp. iti planters report tbit cotton huibA&dii uid Pierre Lortliftro, jr.. . . 11M _ .«» Ns.tinn ' At . . _. __*>. na i hrnthpr*
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tr City of Beaftls las arrived frotc tonU, died In tha dental chair of Dr a ii perta of the country .opened bere R a .n wa y, died in Portsmouth. , " 'he e'vmplete —■ * j Pa foIn»UP -"' ' "
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was being worked and the govern meal form * al tbe operation was almost This is considered a remark «d. ?»,• 10c Joined by the Nlcaraugan , .
bid 500 men employed In the conrtrec completed when it waa found that .the aU i«, movement In the history of th* Two mtn were killed! and fouj , u wl n whiten every bar _ nrn DrA 1/ PrOciHont
ton of roada to the greatest gald-pro wornin was sinking. All efforts to Protestant missionary %ork in Mexi wounded in a riot of striking m.nerg and le . ocean, and lake, aad HR KH t AUU U l\j 1 iGSlvlOal La
during fields in the district. f save her life ware uaavaiUng. , co. at Telluride, Colorado. .. tha crtmnarca I *£.*■„.— Tl :' X . ' _
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