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g| **t SEWARD W. HOPKINS. A
" J "CHATTO jST m
•oi the valor M
Mfk hr H.
Jeaa Clint sat otmU MB Ik*
sail. watehtag mm tarttasta. We amid
little rttwtfw teMa h aiwlUw
Aad, iitoiil. W was "» M vmMm
worked apoa hia weak tatoltaot that H
W bwu «MyH» Ivkiatt be
com. w of tlua- Aad, like all
throw hi* entire Mtan ah the iU
* »try aad baaao the wont faaatio at
the lot. Bat Pale eoald aot aan kio
from armed moldiara. Hawao Inokiaa
oat lor tho aafoty of Jon Cliwt, mad
thia aafoty lay ia obedieaos.
Secamp aat a ear tfcooM ft«ai*aaa
aad aasoked. At lion ho woald at
tompt to load tho old —a tato enim
eetaon, bat foaad ta him a *ay ia
different liatoaer. Ataot'e ayaa man
ffxed oa ma. Ho did aat aaaa whot
Seaoamp wn nytag.
Qordoa aad I paeod the desk ia
Making a tara forward, I dapj
alongside my asanda. who had lor
tha momeat paaaad, aad atood with
hia |Um ia head awwiaflha heights
"I am trembltag with axeitomeat,*
A grim amilo ptayed aroaad hi*
aaosrih. Ho «m a ooatiaat to ma.
Ha waa ao calm, ao Strong. Tharo
parpooo woll dedasd It maaat hat
little good to tha parsn wa waro go
ing to snk.
"Whattayoa* parpoaa*" ho saked.
Happoamiad thia wtoSah ffaa
mai or Halaaaarttodaafl wbfaheva
ahe ia? Do yon mesa to say you will
giro yoar aaalo'a aataU orar iato har
"It waa my aaoto'S wish."
"Bat aha ia tha aiHa im of Wia
, 111,* —.— __
"I know. She aaald horo aarod
her. Bat aha ia mj udo a damgh
"Bat aho playad yaa false'*
"Taa; bat tho will maatataaA Ska
amat hare what ia ban.**
Gordon morod impotaaatij.
"After that?" bo aattared.
"Bha daaarroa yaiiabaal Tharo
ia a law ia tha load. Let har abide
"Law at aay time k alow."
"Trae. I bora awora to kill bar,
bat I cannot hare tho blood of my
eiuain oa my haada—or pan-"
"Coama? Aa oatraga oa tho rela
•Tree. Aa oatraga aa all waan
hood if yoa will, bat ahe ia tho heireea
of The Corals."
I titamtaod tha rapidly aaariag
"If I am aot aaiatakn," I aaid,
pointing to what at am g J to bo a little
bay ia tha rooky "bare, "that ia
whore Pataa landed me. Lot aa go
ashore tharo. Froa there I eon easi
ly Cad my way. Tho aaap of thai
horrible place ia baraod iato my
brain. I eaa oee it all—da aao it—
harm aeon it aiaoe tha day hall
opened mad peace departed from my
Wewenbolh very pale. We were
oa aa erramd the like of which aa
aaaa had aver ban «a bafora.
Wa ware goiag to plooe apoa a
podeatal of gold a heathea idol A
woaaaa who hmd falaaly ataiaod aha
lowed me, oalj to wring my aoal im
agoay ; a womma who Wd eparaod the
lore that ia tha great grattxtnde aha
might bora woa, woald bare boaa aa- ,
daring for all time; a woaaa whoa*
araal adbaraaoo to a hideoaa aaaarth
ly form of worahip bad torttome a
beaatifal aad losing aiater, aad tc
Qordoa tbooaoho bepod to wad^tha
my aado'e will to taadariy aaca lor. tc
place ia pnaanaaiiia of har great ia
beritaaoe It waa bard! It waa haH
to forget tho horrid aaaaaa that I hac
boaa through, to stak my hatred el
the traitrooa behiad myobediaaoe tc
Cade Toss. Tha straggle had ooal
aao dear, bat right waa triaaaphaat
. Holeao ahoald bora har owa.
Again tha Aaaao'a boats wore, low
ered, and we went ashore.
A large lohiag heat woe lyiagapoa
tho rocks high oat af reach the
boot. It had boaa thrown oa tha
rooka by a atom, aad waa battered
"Thia ia Pmtaa'a boat," I aaid. "»
Uihaaame one that ia.
' Yoa could not see ny signs af B
bare, ao aahHm h cm Sevan aa erap
taoa there waa. jPel ssn n aad Eap
aioli than an high walla of rooka
urhdsh woald atop tho flaw. Tho lan
eoald aweop dawa tha aaoaatota aide
aad "aacoaa the plctac oa the other
mdo. bat woald ha hold ia check aa
"Harry apj" aa*d Hcinamy "Late
| 1 -~-' » * 7 ■ . % - «•. - . • * ,
ehille aad forer! It'a noagh te gha
a aaaa parpetaal horrora. After thia
rn attend to my awa ha Iha an I
eaa rwa a betel aa wall ea anybody ia
Bat whom it eoaaae to haatia* i|i ika
aadgoddaaanaaderaay priaata. Lan
aat ia it aay aaora. Ha, aamo! Oana
eat let'a Bad the beaatifal Helaaa aad
yaak bar oat of thio befon aha nb
Qordoa gan him a look that ail.
"Lead tha way, Tom," aaid Per flea.
"Toa kaow tho read. Wa wiß hi
~ Qordoa waa elon behind ma. Af
tor him eaaae Jeaa Chioot, then Boa
oamp. thoa tho aildime
I led them iato tho deep galf that
lad the way to On Temple of tha
"Too aaaat ban bad Braapy aeaaa
Uoaa when you woat through ban
aloae," aaid Uordoa.
"I fait better than Ido warn. ]
an tan of hope. Mow all ia miaaaj.
Look oat there, tha rood ia roagb aad
tho light poor."
"Coafoaad that roekT I heard
Haanamp apatter back of aa. 'TJ
break my Amarina aaok anr thia
heafhaa bnaiaeea before I got
I walked aon rapidly thaa I hmd
aa my ftrat riait. I aacmad to kaow
tho rood perfectly. I found a-> di«.
oalty ia picking my way. Qordoa
aamo aloag aplendidly, bat Hnfamp
aad Chioot atumblod aad fell aad
oaroed aad gramblod n wo hurried
h ?MlSht ahead," Qordoa aaid.
"It ia tho Temple of the fllictnima
Back," I aaid. "That ia whan I wait
ad lor Nimolau, who took ma before
Wa fciekaced oar atape.
"Then ia aoan oae there,** aaid
I rushed iato tho bnad baeia aallod
tho Temple of the Qliateaiag Book.
A aaaa cat with hia baok to tho rook.
tamag tha galf or eatraaoa to tho ten.
He n calmly aatiag a 1 —
It wn Bimolau.
I aiiaag toaaiil him aailamiodb^_
"Hell-dogl I roorod, hardly able U
doeaat fron alaying him om the not.
Bat that I aeedod hia aaaaatoan ta
•ad Heine, ha woald ban died that
momeat "Too misetalila earl Tea
awlhlne pap of Sataa! Harder ml
Do yoa kaow I ban eoan to kill yoa?"
- I ahook him roughly. The aoldian
crowded aroaad. They aecdad bat a
word to pat Miaoha oat of tho world.
Bat Himolaa wn tha aana calm
'1 thought yoa woald eoma." ha
fcaid. "I ban bam waiting lor yoa.*
"Waiting for mar I cried. "Baa
the plaoa not dona me harm enough
not it ahoald wait for me Bat
I an bora, and if yoar mardariw
yrieoteee Una, I want to an bar."
"It ia aa any thiag," ha aaid.
"Deriliah eooll" mattered Qordoa
"One woald thiak ho had doae yoa e
"Jaat ao," aaid Nisaolaa, taraiag
loan. "The last tian you waro ban
you bad aoaae good eigani Qot mat
I roared aa oath at him.
"Ho!" I aaid. "Lead mm to —>i,
to TO acattcr your brain oa thia
"One oa," he aaid.
We followed him, n I had doae be
fen, throagh tho dark peeea*e-wuy,
the.guide goiag ahead of mm with hi,
Waen wo maergai from that pan
aade, I aaw fresh lan ban aad thm»
'There it is." I said. "The am,
Ilea wn elight, after all."
"It wn tha aaorifloo, n aaidHiMatoo l
Innkimg at aa. Then wnaearimac
light in hia eyea.
I elutahed him by the throat.
"Wait," aaid Qordom. "Let hto
taken to HeleaM, aadthaa we eaa
deal with him."
We followed him ap the mouutoa*
aad dowa iato the orator. He eataaef
tho temple when I had aaaa n *aay
henna. Aaald abaddar crept one
me. There wn oao relief. Bofciaati
eould bo aoaa.
"Whan an the I aaket -
"Boaae an dowa there," ha replied,
aecatiag iato thelako of lam,no leagm
rambling or smekiag. "Tha aaldien
killed than aad Pataa aad I hariad
Omnia than The othon ara wa»
dariagaboat the ialaad. Than an
ao way to Inn it, lor Patoa*a hoal
waa brokea ta aatorm."
"Aad the Waaanfloubaafljaaawac?-
looked. "What af that?"
He did aot aaewar. Ha stspp.d
toward that ohambar ta which Kaamai
had imiiiiril me aad hmd latoad my
hoome aad had bode me traather.
Nimolaa man a peealiar my.
"Oo ta," he aoid.
Qordoa aad I, with aar' acme
baaaad. dnggtag Jeaa Ckaoot beta on
aa. ili»e* into »a ik.aher of ftc
Ttambliagly, umalyaed ta taab aaa
taagai, wo atood tharo.
Twa beaatifal ana aama to gnat
Oas was lUnm^^more^adiaat,mora
IVm fa Ourselves, Our JeffJbtirt, Qmr Cibalry mml Omr Qe4L
WILLIAMSTON, N.C.; FRIDAY,NOVEMBER 1,1901.
daaar that I nay aaal—iai|
"Wnatar 4 I cried al Imat, loot ta •
aef hesfliermaal. "Winnie!" Hy
»an tcakm; my eight dim. 1
eoald aay ao aeon thaa that. "Win
It an ao phaatna My aiator'c
ama wan acoaad my aaok. She was
aeapaag aad kinimg me, aad I waa
""•Qed ha pntaadr I oxolaimed at
Mt "Bat I aaw yoa thrown into the
lan taka. Haw wan yoa reaoned
A happy laagh drove har tears
"I want thnwa ta, Tom dear,'}
aho aafig, aad aow ahe foaad time to
ataatoh aat har haad to Qordoa, who
■toad etartag aft har aad at Kanwal
aad at tha non ta which we etood.
"It wn oaly a baadle that wn thrown
ta. TOOL laaaeai waa trae, aad
aond aa. Himolaa aad Pataa ware
trae tan aad her aad did aot betray
tha oooaet." Haw aba lowered ha
aotae to a ahicpa. "Aad Kaamai
tana yaa. Tan, aad nved ace foi
yaa. aad I ton Kaamai."
My eyes won ewimming with
Thcoagh them I eoald an Kaamai,
beaatifal Kaamai, crouching upon i
eachina. har foae buried ia her handa.
Bordoa foaad hia toagae, and with
lhalichtof a rooameted lon atrug.
gbag far the mmotery with the wonder
■aat ia hia ene, be took Winnie and
toM her how happy he waa lo And her.
I "topped to Kaaami'a side. She
kaow my fool atop mad jumped to har
"Tea eoald aot trust me!" aha
cried, ahrtaktag from me.
"I traat yoa aow," I said. "I trust
lon yoa mad worship you.
I held eat my anas. Bhe came to
ma. Ah! Tho aaiaory wn wiped out
ta that embrace of lon. It needed
aaworda to say that Kaamai lotou
me- Thia beaatifal woman, whon
oaly tomehen had beea Jean Chicot
aad Hataia, wn mine. She had
aaraad my lon, my gratitude, my
Irack. With my arm around her waist
I taraed to Jeaa Chicot.
Tha old FVaaohaaan atood palsied
with eaipsiao, femrjjjsnd bewilderment,
rahbsag bis haada together and moan*
tag to himself. Seacamp atood with
hie haade ta hie poeketa, stariug with
wide opaa ayaa aad pale fmoe at Win
ata, at gaaiaai aad at ma.
"Speak I" I commanded Jean
f>taot. "I kaow yoar answer, but I
areaght yoa aero to dlacoTer Helene.
Speak! I a thia tho daughter of Thomas
"Tea," hoarsely cried the'old man.
"That ia Haleae. Hhe does not know
no! Hhe don aot know me!"
I. heat aad kiased my priestess
"Toa an my cousin," I said,
"aad a fortaae ia waiting you at
She taadariy pat her hand in mine
aad draw no toward Winnie .and
Qordoa. Embracing Winnie and mo
"1 ban my fortaae now."
"Kmmmai oar oouein!" exclaimed
Wtaaie. "Umde Tom'a dmnghtor; aud
IJaela Tom ia dead!"
"Tea," I replied. "Kanmai be.
loaga to aa. Uncle Tom left her to ne
for—aad how tenderly we s nil
I aotieod the happiness waa not all
brith aa. Wtaaie looked with bright I
eyea iato Gordon's face, and the gen.
toal of tha army won bis honors
"Toa bad better speak to old
Chioot," I aaid. "Helene, I will call
yoa Holeao hereafter, for that is yoar
aama. Toa will learn mil al>ont youi«
eett when we roach home."
"Home!" aho marmured, "home!
What a atraago, sweat word! I thought
thio horrid plan waa home, until yonV
darliag aiater taaght me better. She
bee opned my eyes even more than
yaa a-tald ta that brief talk that awfol
day. Tas, I will speak to him," ahe
P"*baaed poiatiag to Chioot. "He is
jhe old aaa I told you used to teach
mm ia that temple long ago."
She stepped before Chioot. Rome,
thtag of har old grandeur came to her I
aa aha etood bafbn him and amid.
"OM aaa, for your teachings I owe
yaa gratitade aad hatred. You were
Is aaa wmj kind aad ta another cruel.
I ban learned wiodom from my aiater,
tbara," poiatiag proudly at Winnie,
"■ad I kupw that the horrid fallaciee
yaa taaght ae wen bat the phahCiwiea
af a dtaordsred farata. That you «tilU
tally did wnag Ido aot beliere, yet I
Caaie aa a hater of my people,
almost a aurdereas. But for the
jay that hie aoan out of it, the lore
aad happtaen that are now mine,"
aad u~n ahe stepped back and held
Wtaaie'o bead ta one of hen and mine I
ta tha other, "I forgive yoa. Ido not
kaow what yoa an to me. There ia a
mystery to be cleared away, but not
by yaa. aan n yoa are bidden by
than people. When you have done
year duty to thaa aud me dur ways
maaat part lore ret. To-day I begin a
life that shall ha free from idolatry,
aan aa I MaUn thon who love me,
aad wham I lava. Toa have done
Tha old mam wn on his knees, hia
white haad hawed with grief aad hi
"Be ktad to I aaid. "Ton do
do aat hao« what a diaordered brain
win da. Ba ia aot wholly responaible.
Treat him kiadty. He haa aot long
"Thaa Sn ia peeoe," she said soft*
ly. heading aad atnktag tha old man's
bead. *1 forgive yoa aad I will love
. (To be eoattaued.)
ITaia the past sixteen years lynch
iags have occaritd in all the States
caecpt five—Delaware, Massachusetts.
Xew Hampshire. Rhode Island tnd
I'tah. It is s nasional evil
Thrn WhMn Aad Blsiea Nagnn
New Or!aaaa. SpactaL—Tha Rem
and algbt Thrn IbnaaaC aealtiaa
yuae'a Amite CMy epeetal aaja- "Three
white mn aad 11 aogna Ultot H the i
startling aad tccrtMe aewn fan
Wnhlngtoa partch. Tear isnospiia
dent haa jast mverasd with a aaa 1
from Praakllatoa aad to luaMias the
above iaforaattoa, bat be kaeur aotb-
Ing of what has tan sail ateee Sum
day evntag. The taut aama of the
riot wn broaght ban by CaraaHn
Meson, who. with hia mother, left
from near rrnahllatoa Moaitay aaora
lag. Ha atated that white aea rode
Into Fraakllagtoa at I o'clock ia the
■soratat. aaktas for help, saytag that
the nagron won ap ta avaa threat
aalag to eztersalaate the whMee.
The sceae of tho troable to at or unr
Balltowa, when a a«g»o wao harned
last week for erlmtaaily ooeaaMag a
white womaa. This an wot the
cauae, however, of the mm don Sua
day. 1a which S white aan aad 11 ee
gron were klUsd aad aeveral WOHOI
ed. Mr. Mlxoo aaw mad talked khk
many men from the seen aad they
aaid the wont troable wn oa peeled,
as armed wen wen leeklac to ike
acene aad It wn reported that the
blacks were equally active la prenr-
Ing for a battle. A aaaa named Car
ter arrived from Praakllatoa p little
after dark Moaday algkt. aad told
your correapoadeat that the altntloa
waa terrible and troable a feared. He
said Joe Seals and Cbarlw Elliott aad
another white maa whoae aame he
did not kaow. won dead, aad B. II
Thompaon. a white mn, waaaded.
and 11 negTOea wen dead. Hia iator
mation wn obtained from people who
wont to Praakllagtn for help
"At 3 o'clock Moaday saoralag a
poaae left Fraakllagtoa for the a.-rn>
In charge or Shertg Simmon aad from
all over the county armed asea acre
hurrying to the aaaae place. Mr. Car
ter aaid that probably MP an aa e
under anno In Wnhlagtoa pmr.sh
The trouble occurred at a mean .•amp
meeting aad the orlgta, n aaar n
can be aecertalaed. aaa n followa:
" 'Creek Lott. a aegro. wn raaalas
a rcfreshmeal aland, aad a csaaaMr.
a white maa. name aot glveau wnt to
him and aahed for hta llcasme. He
had none and became Impaden. taraed
the conatable and deded bias. The
conatable withdrew aad ohtalaed aa
al itancr. He rTturaed with aeveral
while men. when the aegro Lott mV
ed out and Bred point blaak iato the
crowd kllllag Joe Snkt aad Chartas
Elliott. The white, ma-aed the gr 3
BDd killed Lott. Then a negro prrmcV
er named Coaaolly rushed oat of a
houae with gaa la hud. atteaeptiag to
shoot, when was killed. Hia daagkter
also was killed. It la said, arcidntal
ly. In the shooting which followed
another white man was killed aad Mr.
Thompson wounded aad aevea or
eight negroea killed.
"The shootlag had n direct con
nectlon with the baralag of the aegro
Morris In that section I sat week, bat It
la undoubtedly a cequel to that trag
ic event. Since that time It to repor
ted tint tha aegron have beea hold
Ing night meetlnga. prepariag to at
tack the whltea.
"Balltowa la aboat 2S altos from
Frsnkllngton la a aparwdy aetttod aec.
tlon. It la laolated aad alaoat eitlre
IV cut off from the ootaMe world.
Frankllngton la X 7 ml lea east of ibis
place, and there are ao telegraph f
Dallas. Tea., Special—The Texas
Supreme Court decided la favor af the
St. Lonla Southwestern Railway Com
pany. and agalnat Secretary of Sta'e
ToJd, in % case where the Secretary
attempted to collect «3JM from the
company for Sling aa ameadmat to
Its chart it. The eompeay coateadel
that 1100 oaly wn tho legal caarge.
The Supreme Court derided that where
an amendment don aat exceed tIM.M*
Increase of stock over lIM eaaaot te
Expelled Fran the Chnth.
Nashville. Taa.. Special.—The Tra
il essee Conference hn expelled Rev. B.
A. Cherry from the mlaiatir aad asem
bershlp of the Methodlat Bolacoaal
Church, Sooth. RfJ. Cherry wprf^barg
rance on peraonal property la the de
struction of which hs la alleged to
have been n co-lacndiary.
Aak For Rscstirr.
Atlanta. Special.—A Mil has leca
filed In the Called State* Circuit Court,
asking for a receiver for the inter
state Buildlaag nd Loaa Aax attoa
of COlumbaa. Ga. The b U wn lie I
upon appllntlon of M. P. We la, of
Edgefield. 8. C.. aad othsn. 03 ths
charge that the aaeodatM* to Insilv
ent. The ansla are aaid to bs about
$350,000. The officer* of the ts odi
tion claim this amoaat morm than cov
ers the liabilities. The aseoctatioa bn
stockholders froa VlrgiaU ta Texas.
Other atockholders have filed a aapp'e
mental bill aaklag for sa aaamlaittoi
of the accounta of the cuacara.Aaella
llary bIHa will be filed at estt la aD
Stats's interest sd.
Mdltrs Mart By Oaa Capleslsm.
Lnvnwortk. Kaa. Special— By aa
sxplosloa of a Colt's satiaaarii fir lag
gon at Leavenworth. Oaptaia Cbn T.
Msnoher aad five an of tha Twnty
?lghth Battery of Ftold ktSSOmrj wen
wo traded, three aencaly. Tba gun. a
new oaa. waa tolag (noted, aad wn al
'owed'to become too hat. aaad whoa a
shell came lato fha kressb after tr
iad. ths shell exploded, tearlag oat tha
breach, fragmota of ahMb fittick fipd
injured the asa.
PAYS THE PENALTY.
Cnfcisz,fle U Hs
"IAIN IK PUBIS." K SAIBL
af Fi csldsiit Williams McKMey,
wma etactoecatod la Ike prton
at Aatawa, New Yertu mm Taeeday
October 2t. at 7 e'etoefc. ta tke
vote, wltrsneJ ealy hy the le
gal aamksr af pensue. Little
gtoea out for pahlicaMaw. Every
thing paooed a* ta aa erderly
maawar. The ealprtt reiaaiwsi
salsa aad laapaieli en the esid.
Leoa Caolgoaa. the murderer of
Prnldnt McKlaley waa iaterriewed
la hia cell at Aabora prtaoa tale Moa
day algkt with the rraalt that he re
taeed all efforts oa the part of the
Pi Into to roafen or aak dinar fa
Prior to the late erealag later
vlewa. Cxolgoax retoctaaily received
Fathers Fadsiaakl aad Hlckey. It
wn late la the aflerwooa aad occur
red after he had oace refused to
meet them. After they reached the
prtaoa. Saprriatradrat Colliaa coa
veyed the ream at tor aa latervlew to
tha priooaer. Caolgoaa aat back
word Ikat be did aot care to se»
them, bat the prlesta asked to be al
towed to go to him. despite his rr
faaal Superfateadeat Colliaa COJ
anted aad peraoaally escorted tbem
to tha cell. The priests remained
with Cxolgoea for three-qaarters of
aa hoar aad eeraeetly pleaded with
the prtooaer lo rcprst aad pray for
dlvtae forgtveaeaa. He rejected all
their advices, however, aad they re
gretfally withdrew. They told the
prtooaer they woald hold themselves
ta 1 amdfai sn to answer a call from
him at aay hoar af the algbt It was
7 o'clock whea Superintendent Col
Haa wnt into the death house aad
tried to get the prtooaer to talk to
him. Although he reasalaed la the
cell sometime, he waa apparently aot
successful ha gettlag aaythVig from
htm. At eight p. m . hia brother and
brotberlataw arrived, aad Super
lateadeat Collin tooh thfrm dowa to
the road em aed maa "a cell There was
ao deaeoastntioa whea they met
Caotgon merely stepped to the front
of hta steel rage aad said: "Hrllo""
The brother veatared the reamrk. 'I
wish yoa would tell as. Ijnnu. who
got yoa lato this arrapeT"
The asaaasla aaswered la a flow,
bealtatlag maaaer: "No oae: aobody
had aaythlng to do with It but me "
That ta aot how you were brought
a p." aaid the brother, "and you ought
to tell aa everything now."
1 have nothing to tell." be aaawer
ed In a surly manner.
"Do yoa waat to aee the priests
agalar asked kis brother. And he
aaswered with nwre vehemence than
he had previously shown; "No:
damn them. "Itoa t aead them here
agala I doa t waat them." The
brother ia law laterjected here
"That's right. Laea."—
The body of Lsoa Caolgasx. the aiur
derer of Presldnt McKialey. will act
he reseoved from Auburn Superintn
deat of Slate IT!sons Cornelias V. Col
liaa aad Wardea i. Warren M-nd. after
hours of coatroveray with Cnalgaai a
brother, aacceeded ia obta'alag from
-.him the followlag rellaqntahmect of
the family's claims to Ihe resales,
whei the exeratloßer shall have fia
tahed hta work:
-Auburn. N V-. Oct.
-To Warren J. Mnd. ag nt aad War
dea. Aubmra Prtaoa:
"I hereby aathoiixe yoa as warden or
~Aabara prison to dtapoee of the lodr
of my brother. Leoa F Crolgcsz. bv
burying It ia the cemetery attache! ta
the prison, as provided by the taw of
the Stale of New York. Thia reiu-s is
made qpoa the el press oaderataadin ;
that ao part of the remains will b'
gliaa to aay pernoa or society, but
that Ihe ntlre body will he baried in
accordance with the law in the ceme
tery attached lo the prtaoa.
-WALDECK CZOLGOSZ '
Wltaesan: John A. Sleicher. George
The reaalution of Superlatead-1:
Colliaa to prrrest nensatloa la tte
liaaapialelHm aad burial or cramatiuc
of tha hodv of Caolgrax look new in"
froa two off era that were nbalt el
by aan of aaeettaaaMe eaterprlse. A
aaseum keeper la oae of the lar«er
East en dttaa telegraphed hia n of-,
for of ISAM, spot cash, for either the
body or tha sansaata af tha mard-r
--ar, aad the owaar at a Uaetoocope
Wtred Wsidca Mead that he aaald
pay mm fier paratoaloa to toka a
saovtag picture of Oaalcon ntering
the deeth Camber. The ss portal end en t
aim hmd saaptciou aroused n to -ths
aotlna of aoas of the relatlvrs of
ta aocartag ths body I* view
jhflT|PO'verty and tha wmMs^aad
r '** " ' ' r *^~ ! 1 cf-'
removal aad dtapoeel. The nperiatea
deat chanced to meet Waldeck Cnol
gan n he wn being escorted to the
death cell shortly after hia arrival,
aad at oace tooh the matter ap with
him He asked Cwrfgosa If he wanted
the body. He said he did Collins then
told him that he did aot believe II
could be removed without rertona
trouble nd strongly advised h'm
agaiaat the attempt. The plea to take
It to Buffalo, where Csolson had a>-
aaastaated the Preaidnt. he regard*!
aa particularly dangerous. Collin die
caaaed the matter from the standpoint
of the Csolgoex family aad aaid they
woald aurelv avoid serlon aamoyaaee
aad possibly violence by coaantlai
to hartal here. He aaaured Wmlda -k
Crolgosa that he and the faaally could
attemd. that they would be protect -d
aad that the body would be glvn de
cent burial. Cxolgom wn obdurate,
however, nd Collin finally told him
that. If there wn a well grocaded aa
apicioo sa to the motive la clalm:as
the body, be would refuse to surren
der it. law or no taw..
Killed ta Sawmill Exptoaloa.
Little Rock. Ark.. Special.—Absat
aon Moaday Sewell's nw mill, situ
ated about four miles from Texarkan.
was destroyed by the exploeka of a
boiler, the force of the explosloa dr.v
lag the boiler a hundred feet from it*
foundatioa. Engineer Martin wjs la
stantly killed. Mr. Sewell. tte owner
of the mill, and Mr. Nolan, of Texar
kan. were seriously injared aal s'»
eral workmen were hurt by fiyim:
Mill Closed By a Strike.
Troy. N. Y.. Special.—Tha Mohawk
Knitting Mill, at Cohon. ta Idle, ow
ing to a strike of the kalttera aad
winders. Saturday the men deaand
ed that a man who had ben dta
chi'se-j for whet they claim ta m
trivial oCei.se. be taken Imck. The
demands of Ihe men were refused
and they quit work, naatac a sus
I c..* : on of op -rations aad throning
out of employment shout Mt mn
Two Regulators Killed.
Kaoxville. Tena.. Special.—A Bris
tol. Tenn.. special tells of how a father
nd aon In Dickinson county. Va..
drove back about 50 "regulators" who
warned the man of their visit.
The man and boy stationed theaeselves
In the garret of the house and then the
regulators opened fire, Ihey returned il
with deadly aim. Arringttra nnd Rob
erta. two members of Ihe party, wer*.
instantly killed. The names of the
parlies atlacker* have not yet. IM
leaned. "" "
Dr. R'xy's Report.
Wnhlngton. Special.—"la the line
of duty, while receiving the people
was shot by 1-con F. Ciolgosx" ta the
official statement filed w.th the iar
geoc „»•! e-fc| of the > '»y Dr. P.
K .liiey, nedical Ins.vi t.- D.S.'S..
at the introduction f>r bit report up
cn the wounding. illU'.-M and death of
t'ie late I "resident jlc-Klniey. The
cauae of death is thua stated: "tian
grcne of both walls of s'irarh aad
larcreas. lollowlng K«nsh«>t wound.'
Tbe report Itself Is remarkable for Its
exhibition In the clos-bt j - tsible de
tail of tbe exact start of be patient
during his mortal iilaeea.
God does not aspect roan to bloom
n bare rocka.
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pyiAUl J TO phoouce THE EQUAL OF
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Red Cmis is on label TRY IT. »NO NO PAY. • 25c. PEf. BQTLLE.
Don't take a Substitute «——• DELIGHTFUL TO TAKE.
Sold by ELI GURG ANUS and SLADE, ANDERSON & CO
OKXXIS SIMMONS, rm T. W TIUGHMAJCCir.- «—T' I«MK D ■ICCS.Sec. ft Trrw
DENNIS SIMMONS LUMBER CO.
KII.N DRIED NORTH CAROLINA PINELUMBER,
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MT*orderß and Correspondence Solic:ted.
Wheeler Martin. , ' Dennis SjJJigg*.
MARTIN & BIGGS,
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: - Manulactiirertf dl
WILLIAMSTON. N. C.
'PHONES*—O®* 58; Factory *6.
Anui W. Bailer. Sccretaiy of the In
diana Slate Board of Charities, has made
a stady of the fnUi uiiaiul in the In
diana BHlititioa'. Ia a (roup of 341
m (kadi there are two or more
|OK i nioas of fechle-nirodedness. he
foaad Ho penoat who are Wood rela
tion*. Of these families, xii have two
generations of fftbfc-aiadeddtti, six
teea hare three generations, three hare
fear generation*, and one has fire gen
erations. The number of direct descend
ant who are feeble-minded is known to
be 7J&. These facts led Mr. Butler to
the rwlraa that the State should re
tain control of these grown-up children
A LEX- H BMITH, -
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
- WILLI AMSTON. N. C.
GEO. W. NEWELL,
WILLI AXSTOK, N. C.
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