A Fatal Wreck-
ftlcpMOXD, Ya., August 10. 4 PS
pial to the VispaW frppx Mijjtoi. K
C,as jthe Atlantic and
rain No. 4 fell jthrongh brjJge tfcw
jnorning an4 two cars and a pu)J wan W
were tfowpletely detuolishei,, !.....,
onducWr Morns, George EJu, of
TV.-1 . f W n...;! nf Huslrervill..
y.; W. EJiason, of Alton, V..
homas Lee (cojored), tf jyiiwtou.
era others were Ijurt.
The Amick Cfe.
CATTA$oo94j Ten-i Avfr 17-The
jatiaw newspaper riTalrj here resulted
jn te Aseu'na a spciaa represen.
,ttie to Otiicinuati to investigate the
Aiuick treatment or jconsUmptjon.
The fhpe liiS jePV.rtetf -senatioual
cuje. throughout which tje as
sumed to question. 'Jd t&t JfevM
acknowledge Article's dis.coyery U
jtisclaiuiri .and admits tl?e c.urta hU
.daily effect; tig a indisputable fapts.
Jt especially cotutuend hi sendjg &tst
jnedicine tre.e to physicians u4 Phj
For Young en tp eao,
Hy way of enipasizing a JLevaa in
aconouiy the tuyit.ig .of flickjee and
irnei an ejchauge well jays; Xo.unK
,marr, jt is the piallest expenses that
keep your pocket book n.o leap, Tn
.cents (or cigars, liquids and tfee tj?nui-
and and one other trifle ruas p in
wlye tuonthf jto niany $f))r, Jt
aUeprideja wrnng fattftu&i t a
ii small matters. Jt j the little, leak
that always empties tjbe barrel; jt jlthe
stnajl expvuses running up j.nt,Q bun-jdrdt-s
of dollar a year that bankrupts
the m;jority of ujeu. Jtj the trim
ming of the dress that makes tjit Jrill
Jt j the little wastes tfitt
Jceep thousands of noses to the griad-
toti and einja. niany to Uja poor
7e Sterna an V svd I V SjrW-T IV
Nob.nly se-ru to take yery Jcindly
tobf Farmers' A Usance sub-Treasury
.s.itt-mc, but I sannot see but what the
..liver miners hvjp h;w it jn pprration
; )viirs. Qnly they hare a battel
,tU. .; than. the farmers w, Thej
;ni e silver, deposit ;t in t Tfeaaury
va at Washington, draff the full
1 - froiu the Qv?rument n,d the
K'-s all cliances of lois. The
iu.uer only vants the gofernnient to
jssue c rtiljcates for Q per cent, of the
.value of his weat or cotqn and the
farmer takes ,cl,);ii;res on tlje 20 per
jL tMi t. )f t'je Shermaii Uw js al right
I in the ub-Treasgry scheme is also
-aII right and cyei) $ better thing.
Qraspins a Tyrant's Hand.
I'Ueampson P'mocrat, in jts last
-ue, iven an account pf the speak
.go Q-n. J.as. 13. Weayer, better
iiiowu as he Tyrant of pulaski
nn.v" which came off recently at
,Tea,chy's. After the speaking there
was a general hand shaking, on which
he petiwrQt comments f0lOwa:
'We s.?y Jonfrt soldiers,
oiaiin.ed and scarred followers of Lee
itid his pajatjin!, eagerly grasp ths
! ri(ixj .(Jen Weaver, wfco it reputed
L i .e s-iid the bitterest, unkindett,
-..'iiest things pf the South, its
's o i and jta womanhood that wers
c. uttered by venomed tongue of the
.itii. Can there be forgiveness for
-se crimes primes against ths living
-nn and the memory of hia dead
ad? Strange, but true, there
i to, be; r is jt forgetful usss?"
Paraded tQ ShowThsJr Poverty.
-" e f Ypri Uej-aid, iTih.
a idi a spontaneous cry for bread
went up from a thousand throats ves
terday us the city q nut heard it
many a year.
Without organisation without pre
fious notification, unemployed mev
sullrnng from hunger marched throuzl
Mie d )wn-towh streets in the bono that
a sit of jtheir eiiserable conditioi.
plight bring forth lome measure of it
ief. T?)eir parade was a striking com
inentary upon the prevailing industri
depression and an indication that Hi
..ik's wflUfed inhabitints know
..otlung of the widespread suffering
mat now ensts amoqg their ppor fei
jcvys. And a strange parade it wae.
There were mo bands, no nasie .
Tbere were no badart riding ot
horse-back and proud of the rea
;rowd that follqwed then.
Thw was just a spontaneous demon
atratmnOf the gaunt ran whose hut.
f- ger showed pon their facts and wh.
had for weeks tramped the streets Jotk
ing for work and finding it not.
Gov. Cur, while oi; hj risfc to th.
"mountains hist week, visited the Wal
dnseantojony in Burke ccunty am.
;j:.i le ihe colonists a short address of
Criassa or Afuftal1 CloTer Seed for
" Distrilpa. .
The N. C. Agricultural EPrimin t
Station has now on hand a small crop
of Crimson clorer seed in the phaff,
which wil be sent toerery farmer wbo
will mae application to the station
and pay freight charges on the seed.
Ten pounds wjl Us aent, which is suf
ficient U) aow one-fifth ot an acre.
Cjimaon cloTer (TriWi'Jn incarna
t urn) Is known under a rariety of
common namas-Annual, German,
Scarlet aud Italian. TJiia clorer in
easilf grown, and should come int
quite general use. It is an annual,
and consequently must be re-seeded for
each crop, which makfs it important
to grow seed at borne. - seed may oe
sown from July to October, bnt the
land should always be well prepared for
itor, if not, it should be well shaded
as under a growth of cow-pea vines, or
in a corn or cotton crop, when the
saed shjuld be sown when the crop is
laid by, jQrown in this way it may
be of great sertice in enriching aid
holding tbe land from washing. Its
growth i i the cool and wet
part of th yaTt UQd it is ready to be
made u& bay ft a season when plant
ers are waiting tor cotton to tegiUte
for first working. T&i U often a dry
time, tad ths hay can be quickly and
aaily cured.. Jt may joften be best to
so w thif clorer with nats, rya or barley,
and cut all far fcay in 4prit or May.
This cbver will thrire oa land in
moderate copditionj but, like some
other forsga plants, will pay bet
where gifen a rich soil.- The composi
tion of Crimson clover hay akowa it to
W a highly nutritious food. It i so
rich that for any use it may well be
fed with some such fodder a straw,
meadow hay or potton seed hulls.
When fed for production of milk, tb
addition of corn or corn and oat, will
tend U add to the good qualities of the
F, & EiittY,Atgriettlturalist, i
Experimtnt Station, Raleigh, K. C. i
iTaniraUtt Moody Charged With Un-
Ta s m 'w2-l Sr
only influencing a aicu xaau.
Dwight L. Moody, the evangelist, i?
charged indirectly with using uudue
influtace on the late Hiram Camp,
nresid ntof the New Haven , Clock
'ompsny, through whose will the
Northfieid, (Mass.,) Seminar;, a
Moody institution, received a $35,000
bequest. Mr. Camp's daughters, Mrs.
Jeauette Harmon t and Mrs. Mary A.
White, are the complainants, and want
the will broken, alleging .. that their
father was mentally iucapacitatt d
when making his will. He left uu
estate of $170,000, of which $100,000
goea to various charities and institu
tions. Mr. Cam p had given MoodjV
school $70,000 within u year.
RaioaviLLK, August IS. Col. J. A.
Boyd, aged 58 years, president of tve
bisk of Ueidsvilhi and a man well
known in financial circles and identi
fied prominently with the growth ol
this place, died here today at 11 o'clock
tf a throat affection from which he
had suffered for some mouths.
Gbvkn villi, S. C, August 18. A
telegram was received here tonight,
announcing the capture at Alexan-
iria, Ya., of Chat Richardson, who ab-
conded from here two weeks ago.
Richardson was accused of committing
outrageous assaults on his wife's sister.
a handsome deaf and Jural) girl of 20.
He fied to evade the vengeance of thr
girl's brothers, taking with him all the
cash he had in the, bank.
Debsdex; Tenn., August IS. At
ilesson, Tenn., a small station on the
Nashville and Chattanooira railwav. J.
K. Polk Alekander, one of the best and
most prominent citizen in this section,
fas yesUrdey shat three time, once
m the head and twice in the body, by
Ur. I'son, a druggist at Gleam.
Wilson then shot himself, dvine in
tantly. They have been at outs for
about a jear and met yesterday with
ne above result. It is thought that
Alexander's wounds are not nocatsarily
' w sick, v rT her Castork.
1 CfciM, ah crM fr Cutori.
was at arwt yam, sh thttLg to CMtorU.
w Candida. m gatlMa Csstorla,
84LGM. K. C.
ThM Oldist Fesule College in tha South.
18S3. Rertstee for Ut mrSCJ .si
ur : The Derelo,eni f Itealtb, Charct
ttd Intffltif t. bqti4in tboroujrblr remodell.
Z'a iTtpsrstorj, CoIIrriate
. v. ufwwu irpanmenu, tttijdes first
tsss school in r0ic. An, Lnnpi.gei, Elocu
ion, Commerrwl mn4 Induitrifcl Studies
o-s7 JOnS U. CLE WELL, Principal.
iroodto, a to or eU wbo WMl ImU
i" a&should uka
n - - TT Maw -
WW m9 MMOl
Bfr. 4.. C. Scott, of Concord, died last
Friday from the effects of a stroke of
par) ome week g
A petrified whale, 210 feet long,-has
been discovered in Costa Rica in a rift
between two mountain peaks, some
distauce from San Jose, and 3300 feet
above the level of the sea. "
The physicians sf a New York hos
pital profess to bare made the discov
ery thai inoculation with the vims of
erysipelas will cure cancer. They have
full fiita in the curative virtues of
Lepers are becoming so numerous in
Louisiana that the people of that state
want the federal government to ret
apart an island for them and undertake
their care. Unlet this is done, the ter
rible scourage . will spreid to other
The reunion of tbe Con fed era tr vet
erans 'which Was appointed to take
place !n Wayrusville Aug.23, has, by
Col. J. C. EcElroy, com mai.de r of the
Con federate veterans uf Western North
Carolina, been postponed to Octolter
The New York Herald states that
there are fifty thousand people un
employed in Chicsgo, and equal num
ber in the vicinity of Pittsburg. On
that basis there are several hundred
thousand out of work throughout the
Union, and unless relief is speed i I)
given, trouble will ensue.
The Charlotte Obttrur ol the 10th
says: "Yesterday Robert Kelly, son of
Mr. David P Kelly, of Lemly's town
ship, was accidentally shot by a young
son of Mr. Hubbard of the same nei-'h-borhood,
the ball entering the abdo
men. The Hubbard boy had the pis
tol. Both were handling it, and while
in the hands of young Hubbard i
went off. The boy is 14 years of age.
His chances for recovery are considered
I aad a saangaaat brsakiar out oa my leg
tm. kiM. absI vascorca sound ana well
with two ead a am IC
mm . . . . . MMMMHHM
ntktftJimil mtdieiaM bad failed
to do mm aay rood. Will C. Heaty,
!m$L VS, (MARK.
-ggr y y y
I wMtraabbd from ahUdhond with n ag-
kTat4 aaaoor iMur, ana urco ouiuw m
UumriiU. 1. T.
Oar book BIomI a4 Skla Dlaaaaaa mailed
Washington Corraapoodf at Charlotte ObserTer.
It has been known here for some
time that Captain John B. Husey wu
contributor from this place to the
rhird nrtv press of North Carolina,
f not of other States. It is said by
Democrats from North Carolina that
he writes'the Caucasian signed, Jona
than Edward," and other matter, under
a different signature which appears re
gularly in the progressive Farmer
These Democrat regard it as ratlin
peculiar that a man who wanted an
office in the Interior Department only
very little while ago and perhaps wants
it now, should devote his time and
talents to such work as this.
The ricaaese, color, and beaotj of the
hair, the fresteet care is ne'tessarj,
much harm biaf dona by the ue of
vorthUas dressiafs. To te aure of hav
ing a first-class article, ak your .lrug
Utor perfataetior Ayer'a Il'alr Vigor.
Xtis abeolatsly aapcrior to any other
preparation f the kiad. It restores the
oririaal color and fullnaas to hair which
asa.aoeoSBc thin. fadedt or gray. U
keeps the scalp cool, aioint, anil free
(rem dsadraff. It heals itching humors,
prercnta baldness, and Imparts to
s silken testure and lasting fragrance.
Ka tail4 caa be eonaiilered coiuj.leto
vithoat this most popular and eUgant
of alt lisirdressings.
Mjbalr began turning gray and fall
lag oat when I was about 25 years ot
age. X hse lately been using Aver's
Hair Tigor. and it i causing a "new
growth f hair f the natural color."
ft, J. Lowry, Jones Prairie, Texas.
Orer a year ago I had a severe fever.
Sad whta I recovered, my hair It -an to
fall oat. tad what little remained turned
frej. I tried various remedies, but
srithout SBccese, till at last I began to
ATr's Hir Vigor, and now rov hair is
fcrrowing rapidly and is restored to its
original color." Mrs. Annie Collins,
I hare ased Ajer's Hair Yior for
pearly fire years, and Wy hair is ipojst,
flossy, and in en excejjent state of prefc
erratioa. J am forty years old, and
fcava ridden the plains for twentv-five
yesrsr-Wm. neory Qtt, filial :Mus
ISBg Bill," Newcastle, p.
BW hy Pragiteu Kvtry where
troy, - 17 o-
Offers his professions! serjrices to
the beoole of Montgomery tnd d.
joining counties. Address big? t
Hic&moiil & DanHIe' B, fi. Co.
Saml Spencer, F. W.Haidekoper swnd
Reuben Foster, Receivers.
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i.-ri'l Man.-.-r Traftl.- M.mui'.T
W iisliiwion, I), c. Washinsiiou. l. c.
If yon think there is anything the
matter with your watch, let us take a
look at it. Don't let it go on ticking
itself to destruction. A few particles
of Just will, in a few weeks, do more
damage than the ordinary wear and
tear of a year's time keeping. Our
guarantee is for Twelve Mouths.
Have you seen the beautiful line of
we are now offering, and the complete
selections of clocks, watches and jew
elry. We are prepared to satisfy the
desires of the mot fastidious, in
anything in our Jine, and a call will
convince you that we are
We pay the highest cash price for
sjold. and will buy in anj quantities,
An Infernal Outrage.
Acting ujjder thje law passed by the
Jast Congress ajlowjiig every Represen
tative ailerk, Representative Alexan
der, of tbe sixth district, has appointed
Capt. J. R rkiii, of Cbailotte, his
clerk. The act allows these clerks a
salary of alxut per nunth, to
be p lid out of the national treasury.
The passage of the act was uu infernal
outrage aud every congressman who
voted for it should be held to strict ac-
Cotintability by his constituents. Ti e
Ltndwitrk isgl td tole able to say that
Representative Henderson, iTf this di
trict, voted Hgninst it.
A Prayer for Gov. Altgeld.
- A paper ptibliVhed-at Freeport, III.,
recently printed a prayer deliver d in i.
church ait llock ford, III., in behalf o!
Gov. Altgeld, of Illinois, the anarchist
sympathizer who pardoned the Chicagi
anarchists. The prayer is as follows:
u0h, Lord, Bless the President ol
these United Statt-s, the Governors ui
the several States, especially' the Gov
ernor of Illinois Be a light unto bin
in Ins darkues-, a guide to him in l.i
ignorance; let Thy power make hi
heart as soft as his head. Teai h him
that this is a government of the people,
by the people and for the people, ai;d
that he can in nowise be the govern
ment and the people."
4" aMlE MKOtCAL CO.. BUFFALO. M v
Is Your Life
to others? Are there not
persons dependent on
your earnings for their
support ? Are they pro
vided for in case of 3rour
death? The simplest and
safest way of assuring
their protection is life in
surance. Business, pro
fessional, and working
men generally, should in
sure, for their brains or
their muscles, are their
capital and income too.
Death stops them both.
Insure in the
and death cannot stopyour
salary or steal your capi
tal, and your loved ones
will be safe from want.
W. J. RODDEY,
Gmntl A Kent for the Carolines,
ROCK HILL, South Carolina.
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TP I m
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kinds of Job Printing, and at
prices that will compare
favorabry with any
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