The Garolina Watchman. ' :
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SALISBURY. N C. THURSDAY OCTOBER 26. 185)3.
'. is Ir. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infant
C4STrhiMreii, It contains neither Oiam, Morphine nor
narcotic substance. It is a k-rinless substitute
iVrecoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
, n-oasant. Its suarantco is thirty years' use hy
! vmLu. of Mothers. Caria is the Children's Panacea
j thc Mother's iwuu.
well adaiel 145 children the
t-lii .- f I i
A. AVSTia, U. I'.,
Otr.o' St., Krooklyn, X. T.
ruM-cf 'OertorU' is bo nclTerftl and
; , wail Utfwu tiuit it e.ina work
f irho do not kp Citt
New. York City.
Caatorta :ro Colic, Constipation,
Kotir Ztua-uih, PLirrlicoa7 EmeiaUon,
Killfl Worms, flTo altF. 'ulA .Tjromote
pxJon. - .
TTitaout injurious medicAtion.
flha Deperdo Who Threatened
to Haejr laAJo Anderson,
GOES IKS AE.
A Lie Drives One Brother Crazy
and Win Kill Another.
SEWS OF THE WEEK CONDENSED.
Tor rxmrui yaart I hare nwoiameodel
your 'Canton,' and fctdl always coatiaue U.
do ao as It luwkibly produood beaeftci,
Euww F. pAanna, H. D.,
12Gth Strettt and 7'Jx iv.., Now York CKry
Tub Ckntauu arPAinr, 77 KnufiAY tmrt. Kbtt Tori Cm"
Caused by Carelessness.
frawoiityof jfe 'He 'fooner thin
THE BEST AM
IS THE SAFEST
I EVER MADE.
..U fc YllhiUCe OI UHS IliCl 13 KIUW-
juuiw -- .. . .
r 1:1... it; Ana tr nnnntiiral
I nml 1 k I III." . lb I .J ' " - -
Kjjn.rtf liviiiR-ncglwi. al.u. want.
MifUni l. Inaitn anu ioi-j: me, ui
i, unnt.iml, death. cxi't fr a old
. aoio'cnul, and hoth art j .rcvt ntable
iMttrue of (kntii reuiunp in.ra uvaiiuw
rarelps ov r e.erti n. intcnierat
..asiUaw ' pTi-iairy il.r of this
aSrnltt, and iiV.ii'.vn-nce ' it piogrees re
iin'wKMfn leutl., or hug fit Intess t-nd-a
in drtth'. 1 "j: the .new Fjar era it caa b
nditlia' n;,t'v r'rx.ii iiHtit ar.l hundreds ol
jd-.iif in j nvate life die ficm heart xlie-as-evtrv
dav. i .
Jfu-o'li ite anyof the foUcwing jpTnp
f.h(TtiK.i oi'hreiith, t.alpitation, irtrg
3Jr u!rt, fii'tii g nd tncthering syelh,
pi, in nUnuUt-r, bide, or arm, eweJlen
1..:' - . Ikh'mi tit-iitnunt in:nilintelv for
'n . i ------
.Wvdif .-It jou delhy,lhe consequence
20 enr? Tr. Pranlilin Wile.
tfif ftnintiit JHcfa!ist. h:i nuidc a profound
Wv of Lut uiW'flFe, .HH iiniJK nu eure,
i nanof the leading, ilimiveriw in that
tiwlun n due to Mm. J lis jew iieart
(Win. absolutely the only reliahle rcmetly
ita niro fif 4rart liM!-e. as in t roTti
kt :li.umds f testimonials from grateful
ifminwlio have used it.
!.,.. p.in niitnrnf tlieCorrv. Ta . Lsnrter-.
nut: "Alter mi apparent recovery from ihree
imHlihl fit WrrififTt. l ien on mc Mitrci mn uir
i,irt itvjiikA In rmp month frum
MaMime I na unable to walk nc rof my room,
llMjnf pUMWai KOm WUMMi iiiuchiiiuiiuk;.
'lihMi us'1 lr. MllfK1 New Heart Cure, and at
Mrttectme rtronser. After uxirig six bottles I
Miiliie vork wt usual and wsJk a mile every
fcr.mrtiuite raneinir from 6.S toS1. Dr Milea'
WiuIt inoi onlv a preventive but a cure. '
Dr. MiW" New heart Cure is aold by all Arug
tto nit t pitiTe pianiiitee, or by Dr. Miles
5Mkl Co . Klkhart. lrrd , on receipt of price. SI
-frril.in f..r a. expreNs prepKid. v U is potii
iirtffrMfrnm opiate or daiirouii dniga Dr.
I'W PUU, U cent. FriM book, at droggiaU, or
ilKtSL - i
For Sale ly ail Druppists. !
Often lose the. benefit of life
assurance, taken out for their
protection, because of ill-advised
the intentions of the assured
sometimes fail of realization
through the prodigality of a
son to whom the sudden pos
session of so much money
proves too great a temptation.
: has provided against these,
contingencies by offering The
Tontine rnstalhnent Policy. '
: Tlie premiums per thousand
are-much less than under
" .- older forms of insurance, and
: : theamount ispay able in 2 o, 2 5
. w annual payments, thus
- securing a comfortable income
Jbr the beneficiary'. Write tc
W.J. RODDEY, Manager;
' For the Carolina)
ROCK HILL, S. C.
I'GHEE WAS TOO QUICK FOR EI3I.
JLm OffixMT Pro Qmrnrrml mod KhoU
Him Th Ttaaa Tby Wv OlA
MbimIm Tryboy Sm
B lp Ooa.
K-xoTViujc Tbkjt.. Oct "Bud
Lindsay, aa e-Unltod State deputy
to&xfilml and ex of t iw4r w .
Biaen U Ua CealaffMll troables, w
shot a ad uriAlJr wvuaded at Jcka
Ikupo UiU aftetooo by H.
Uee. a 4ptT maraael redently ap
loU Vy WiWCwdoa '
Lted7 wm fihat throe "Uaae, two
hot takiaff efiKt ta tb. rgiaa ei U"
haart, ad hla Moorary la a bare poaai- ;
teeUhm BMt IXoAaay aecoaod
bUa o lnUrleria? witi hU Vuiae.
Li4aar iwaUd H VWike oailed
i bba a Mar. L4u5ar rolled with a riU
Liahay ta kaowi V have ktllaa two
aaaa In ktt trma aiul wh mixed up la
9UBMTOV8 di&oulilea ai JeU&oo, Jaclut
bow asd Coal Creek.
It will be rnieiaberd tbat be and
or two otbera captured Capt. Kl
iar Auderson to day beforo the tight
at C-amp Apdron in Aufruat, Wi.
and held bin nntll tber were forced
to release him by tba arrival of Gn.
Ciincs aod bis oojusnand.
Kkoxvilix, October SO. "Bad"
Lindaay Is not yvt dead, on the con
trary, he la alive, saya he's aa hungry
as a wolf, and tbreatenlnff yengeanco
OUTRAGED AND MURDERED.
FRIGHTENED YELLOW FEVER VICTIM.
fto Wm Tald That II U Doctor and' Nuraa
Wcn Mardvrera His IJrother Ran
Wildly Into ths Street, and
lm m Bavins Maniac-
Ebusbwic, Ga... October 23. Thirty
one new cases of yellow fever wero re
vortad todav. There were three
Two Jewish boya, Adolph and Sam
uel Lavine. slep in tbo rear of their
rickety store, cot off with a calico cur
tain. Adolpb was stricken and aur-
Eeoa Fafet wan Meat lor. Bepding1 for
is best professional oaree, ttto doctor
eommanoed the battle airalnst death.
Getting his patient on the rood to re
ooyery, the nurse went to breakfast,
and 00 bis retard found Samuel rav
ing by Ms brother's bedside. Hi
waUhar told him that during his ab
sence a person entered and told tbo
; brother thajt the doctor aod nnrae
' were nmrdeyers and their medicine
1 was polfioa. la their fgnorauce they
j believed it and the stfdden shock erased
I Darin; the day be beorwno more vw
I )ent and attacked the nurse and his
-watcher. At uigm wicy quwvcu .
: and thoupht he would b all ribt this t& 0fU ..,a
. 4, f..t.,i. fourht battle at IbicuiL
Seven of th vtnt1m f tK
Battle Creek, Mien., la at Friday, are
Will Datton was hnaf at Cartera
ville, Ga., last Friday, for the murder
of tSallio Mobbs inl0O.
Emperor William has accepted the
resignation of Gen. Von Kaltenborn
Ktachaa. minister ol war.
Jacksonville, Fla, has voted, by a
two-thirda majority, In favor of issuing
bonds for city improvement.
Bob Fitzsimmons, the present mid
dleweight champion, proposes to chal
lenge Jim Corbett for a fight.
The money situation in New York
continues to improve, but the volume
pf business remains contracted.
Fifteen hundred bales of cotton
atored in a warehouse at Providence,
'L I., were burned last 8a turds v.
Rev. bam ionea, the notejl Georgia
evangelist, U helping in a red hot pro
hibition camnaurn at Staunton, vs.
Atlarvta. Ga.. haa beeci aaLsetad a IKm
place for the nest annual meeting of
.1 a . "1 . B
me American Dtreet uaitway Association.
At Nlnetv-eMx. 8. C BaAwdav.
ro crlrl was nlavlnir with a irnn when
t went oCL, shooting otf half ol her
Great exdtemen4 prevatlalo portions
if iurtow county, Ga., on aooount of
ho posting of cotton gins by white
The Rio Grande do Sul robela have
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Little People Not the Only Ones
Who Have Queer Way a.
Peculiarities of Some Orest Men Ad Karl
Who levreca a Winter in Mld-Hiimntr
Kir Inc Nowtoa't Odd Delualuu
A Oreat Ilutton-IIoler.
FOR THE KITCHEN.
Exhibits of Household Invontloca
at the Oroat Columbian Fair.
A Wonderful Variety of Uaeful aod Novel
tJtenalU Shon la Mauy ltulldinfa
Soai of the More Modern Cob
venlencea for the Heme.
iusod to taka medicine, and rupidly
ffrew delirious, cursinp arid raving- in Friday's disputohos from Palermo ro
ia horrible manner. Signs of black Prt twenty-feur new case of cholera,
rvomit became more appare-nt hourly. ! elht deaths, and in Lotfhorn five
anil til morn in tr lust as il a-DDecroa. " " "
There are lrigle retail eboe torea la oar lanjre -eitie
which eh 2,000 pair of ahoea a day, making
a net prolit of $--ij0.0)0 a year. Wc aell sbuea low,
lut we sell a fc-roat many paira, the clear prolit on
ouriadica', uliloe, and children.' ahoea la at leaat
ten eentu a pair, mid on our mens and boya' ahoea
15 cents a pair. Wo shall cuL-ililUh ahoe atorea in
each of the fifty largest cities of the U. H., and If
they sell only GOO pi.ir.i of alicx-s a day they would
cam $:Vi"i, l y'r. Wc lioul4 be able to pay a
yearly dividend ?5.21aaliar.',oroverf0perccnt.
a year on the inwatinctit. Wo aell tbe atock at S10
a share. The prioe tnurt inevitably lie much more
than 10 a ahar. euick haa ever been Bold at
Iocs than this price, which i its par value. tti-ck
non -uHsessftblc. iHcoqioraUHl, Capital $ l.OOO.Ot'O.
Wc have ovtrl.OUO stockholder, and the number
Is increasing daily. Some of the priucipul atock-holuc-ra
arc : T. 8. Walliv. N. Y.; I. J.Tottrr, B"on;
N. A.. K-rt. Jr.. Chicago; J.U. Ci;. Ijrll. ChicaKt W. M.
Kvnau2h. Little Bnrk, Ark.: I. If. Kick. Chicaeoj J. F.
TieVTuila. B. Ilardi,.K. it. Y.; K. f Tarae, flatU.
Crwk, Mich. F. 1'. Hullette. Arcailr. h . .
Write for a proapectua containing the namei or
our atockholdera, etc., or tend an ordtr for stock,
enclosing conhifr't check, cash orfnonry order.
Ordera taken for one or more aharea. Price, $10
DEXTER SHOE CO.,
. i i -. i ..
jiijemr it umw.
Tte Blavok TUmi Conseaaed auid Wm
I CoATTAifoooA. Texjt., October S.
Friday evening, near Plkeville, thirty
miles" north of here, an orphan girl,
Miss Rosa Boring, was found dead in a
secluded spot, with her throut cut
from ear to ear.
An examination showed that she had
been outraged before being murdered.
Suspicion fastened upon a one-eyed
- negro, named John Gamble, alias Pete
Ccopor, A poese immediately started
tn search oflthe negro.
A dispatch tonight to the Times says:
The nogro, Gamble was arrested
this rooming charged with Ue tmirder
of MUa 1 Wring, and made a complete
confession. lie says that, after vio
lating her person, be cut her throat
because she told him she would in
form on him. This afternoon a mob
of infuriated oitUsna took Gamble
from the ofiicers and strung him up to
a tree a few yards from the scono of his
Samuel beirah to rave axrain
' Rushing into the streets he was soon
iost to view and all attenfciou wan
turned to saving Adolph. He grew
worse and would not talce the uiodi-
II. M. Xcill, of New Orleans, who is
rey-iirdei as one of the best crop re-porte-rti
in the business, estimates tLia
year's cotton crop at 7,700,000 balea.
Elder T. M. Harris, one of the most
f. If 1 j TV IU1U liKJ t bUikV VUVi uiwvn I aavwa a m. m e -w ""'-' v"
mine. Finally weaknose overcame hiin widely known and ffreatlv lovel mln
''ail he Quieted from exhaustion. Then j istcrs of tho Christian church lu the
the rain commenced, and throuffh the j south, died at West Point, Ga,, Thure
Sroof and both stories the water poured : day night.
down. The proprietor of the next j The oagagercent of senator Faulb
door. a Hebrew, was called. lie and j ner, of AVost Virginia, and Miss Vir-
'thc correspondent tore down the par- i pinia Whiting, daughter of H. Whit
iition between the two stores aad tho ' ingt a protninent banker of Hampton,
bed and the bed was shovod into tho ia annuunced.
back of the buildincr out of the rain,
OVERHEARD IN A STORE.
and all but the narse went to work
saving the goods.
A search was started for the crar.y
Samuel and he was found in a chnir in
front of the (Jhincbc restaurant on
Newcastle street with surgeon Faget
holding hira. He lmJ run up 2wca-fr-tie
street insanely beUevlniT that tho
devil was after Kim to kill him and
had fallen on the sidewalk, vomiting
profusely. All the passers-by fled at
sight, and burgeon -aget ariving uy felm,f ift ft v-.w .v
Jumped from his buggy and picked , . f himself and bride, but
Mr- up. Samuel may hvo, but Atlolpn went wlthonl h,9 Dria0f
wi..aio tomorrow, non ugau. 0 ut strangely.
.hovrtwe. and one aymg ana ta - gteamshlp mo6 nM ftrrWed at
"rr a Galveston, having on board eighty
1 II . 1 1 VUO 0 J M, ' -
The famous Norristown, N. Y., fire
department is to make a tour of the
South. There will be 80 to 100 mem
bers of the party and they will arrive
In Atlanta. Ga.. October .23.
- A. W. StelnblocX and his son and
daughter, from Hampton. Ia., were
sufToealod b tffts lit the Haiser hotel
in Chicago Thursday night. It i sup
posed they blew out the gas.
K. E. Wallace, of PhUadelphk. while
Attending tbe world's fair, drowned
He had en
A New and Complete Treatment, oonalatlng- t
firi PrOSITOr.LKa, Capenlee of Ointment and two
. . , r.i.ft.n A.nwA km A ill i ii.ii ii T. Mi n Mm l"l i T M H ml
j'ilh tho fecjfa or Injections of carbolle acid, wtlca
. . ni uu.t vt: j.tcuvu wj wa ejv-a4ev
iViOl IV n IS UN by lapanea Liver Pellets
q -tint I IVFR nnd STOM AC11 EEOULATOB an t
s 'V rr'VUFIEK. Piiiall, mild and pleasant to
. . ; i.iuy tulitrtad ror children's use. WIooo
, :J:JJ rE23L-jn.-J only by -
v III. lUtj BUIO tiv I - 'J IV. I iun V. VVVJ VVft, Wl.t
i ' jwiitif ul ?.id (wldom a porn.anent onre, and of o.
suitinjj in death, nnneceoaary. Vhy endur
Ln'.n torri'it.- di,ianaA? We Ruarantaa
bOKftr to cjra any ease, xoa only pay for
c at- i eceiveu. $1 a box, for S5 by mail, aiunpie
CavcaU, aad Trade-Kaik obtained, and all Pat
ent buMincw cotxiacted for Moscratc Ftte.
Ou Orrtce ta Orosixs JJ. 3. Patent Orricc
and we can secure jiatcnt In Wt.a Udac tbau tnoee
remote from VVani.!?'oa. '
be-sd codjl. drawing: or photo., win aowrtp
ttoa. We a.jvie. if jiatrniuv.u? or r.ot. free oi
chirps. Our fj r.o'. d'i u l patent 5a ecrirod.
A PAMPHLfT. "Hk to Ot.ttin Pnent," witk
tam of atWclicat in your Stew, county
town, aout ir&a. Addrens,
Ore. Patewt orf icc. WMH ueTO. O. C
Si I '! l.niaaSjiall 'Ti "TTaSl
1U Mallc : better
How the Dear Women Do Love One
- Another at Times.
Tboy mot in the calm of a lovely
day. Soft breezes whispered sweet
messages to the budding trees, and
even the salesman at the bargain
counter wore a more charitable look.
They met and greeted.
''Oh, dear," exclaimed the lady in
grenadine, with gilt trimmings, "it's
an -age since I saw you."
"Yes, indeed," ecstatically re
joined the lady in white organdie
with pale blue flowers wrought in
the fabric, "it is getting almost in
supportable." A pause of one-sixteenth of a sec
, "Well, I declare, if"
The lady in grenadine was gazing
fixedly at the lady in organdie.
" Orav hair isn't positively be
coming to you. Isn't it perfectly de
lightful? I am so glad; gray hair is
such a trial to many."
"Yes, to be sure."
There was another pause.
"I'm so glad"
The lady in organdie was earnest
ly contemplating the lady in grena
dine. "You are still able to make your
dresses fit in spite of your getting so
fleshy. Isn't It fortunate? Fut is
such a thorn to most people."
There was a little more silence.
! "Well, good-by," chirped the lady
"By," cooed the lady in organdie.
"I hope it won't be so long till we
"Oh, mv, vca. I couldn't endure
That was all Detroit Tribune.
HnrsswiOK, Ga., October 24. There
were officially reported yesterday five
deaths and forty-nine new cases the
record-breaker of the epidemic Only
ten of the new cast are whitos seven
in Brunswick and three on St. Simon's
"nine of the crew and pasaengers of tbe
French steamship Marseilles, which
foundered at sea in the recont cyclone
ioff the south Atlantic coast.
; Assistant secretary of the treasury i
Curtis has recommended adversely -to
the establishment of a sub treasury at
Atlanta, Ga., but the friends of ths
jnutnro nn the flninea committee are
Beckman, who died today, was under gUn h ful that m Wui
the oydonor treatment of Dr. Janes, of Bradstreet.B ,stlmatc of ihe domes
Atlauta, who reported his case as yol- amountinff u
low fever. Surgeon Murray and oth- j ptod
ers held a post mortem and deny that , IleerhoboIBt the first European u
Beckman ha.1 yellow fever. They also J cereal .totUtlcE JTto eor.
claim tbatwtth proper treatment his robore7ted b R al inv68tifrallon by
life could have been saved. A lively we8terTj paper:
opotrcersy is on the tapis. . ! A terrible accident occurred on tb
recapitulate - Under treatment, Grand TrunU rallroad Friday nlght. It
B03; a Hcharged, W8; died. 101; total. head.end eolllsion of to Wed
71. Mortality ratio, rutw in white j . BatUtf
ca. 151 LIloh. Twenty-ala were killed and a
MITCHELL IN PHILADELPHIA. largo number inyured. Some were
I S,n trt Anth bufore the eyes of
12- r. WlUlnr o Flsht Corbett Either tn , those who were trvlrtir to resue thom.
Thia Country or Englaud. engineer's failure to obey orders
l1lLAPEU'mA,PA..OotolKr24 Char- i caused the accident.
lay Mitchell has just arrived in this;
r 1M .1 -.... T.l,l I
ottv. HO saVS tnc v,uajcv soxtiu.i
rive Treiupa KU1V
Trkstoh. N. J.. October 11. ve
match is off, ha is willing to go to New ! mftn WBrc billed in a freight wreek on
Orleans to meet Corbett, but he has : penaylvaoia road tonight. The
advices that no boalngcan be indulged , cdent was due to two freight train
I A. t r - - . fHttr IX will tm tn ' ..... . . rp . 7 I m.rA
in in the Crescent City. lie will ge to
London and meet Corbett before rhe
National Sporting Club, but ho thinks
thay would have to corns down in the
siae of the purse. However, he is
willing to meet Corbett for any purse
the latter would accept. W. A- Brady,
Corbett's nmnatrer, soys lie still has
boee that tlte matoh can come off at
Got Orttnk nnd Soioided.
Navii.i.k, Tbxx., October 34. John
Hyde, a white man thirty-nine years
colliding between Trontoo, N. J aod
wllow bridge. A number of
ma of the ensrlnes are badly
wrecked. Tbe men who were killed
wore tram pa.
GROWTH OF THE SOUTH.
Badlos Ueotr 98, V8-
tlte week endln ucwoor "
TiT, .n,M,t tuoretMe in bubke sad more
Hyde, a white man tmrty-mne year anei a .iTTiTTLi HVam tJ kolofnl
oiw. committed suieide tonight by tt<SSffi
shooting himself through the head. ; fca . d
He was intoxicated
Ilvde's wife secured
at the time
a divorce last
ductlun. andtltat the irem. a ine p wo
weeks Eoa Lea maUitarned la tae ocga4iei
7. r7i '-, i Trw.Mirairji
3 Are Sale aud Always
thin, lnsV or Pannvroral PUIS
.,t ,.n smviar inwdteinoa. Vnexcelledsfor Irregulari
ties, Ac fcuoceasfully nsidln Uiouaandsorcaacs. Iaa
sureifmedy, 'enai-antoed.iiever faila Prii fl- A
cneiuttllelsttfecuiird. L.AKKSI1I2 SPECIF!-'
., i;i-i4-tEiiBlailt.ot Cnlcaico, 111. ,
bS?lJ,H0K co- Inc'P- Capital, 1 ,000.000.
, l.oO SHOK IN TUE AVOllLD.
Tsi.t -1,do"or tared it a dollar earned."
aiiogt delivered frt anywhere ln-the U.S. on
receipt oi isaq, iioney vraer.
- vnva. a., a VI we
Equal, every way the boct
aold in all retail atote for
C fj Vo muka l. kit
sw v Mine vuaay wve)
ouraehrea, therefore we guar
ante the Jit, style and wear,
and if any one la not aatinfled
re win reiuna me money
or send another pair. Opera
Too or Common Sense,
wiaina j, u, is., s nr..
auee l to 8 aud natr
tze. iend your use;
let toill fit vo.
tJ 'r44S FREE
DEXTER Shoe GtP43 FEDERAL ST-
mi ynut uu, BOSTON, MASS.
- ojjtual term to Isealtr,
Sntrtl the life
thiit is nghtitig
tion. Only act
Put it off, and
nothing can save
you. But, if tak
en m time. Dr.
Pierce's GoMea Medical Discovery will cer
tainly cure. '
It must bo dono through tho blood and
the " Discovery " is tho most potent Liood
cleanser, strength-restorer, and nesh-builder
that's knowT. to medical science. Tho scrof
ulous affection of the lungs ' , that's called
Consumption, and every form of Scrofula
and blood-taints, all yield to it For Weak
Lungsy Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Asih
nrn, and all severe, lingering coughs, it's an
cv.rqualcd remedy. It's the enly one that's
gncuxtntetil. It it doesn't benefit or ciro,
ui every case, you havo your money bock.
Can anything else, at any price, be really
You pay crily for valuo roceived.
Sometfiine!f;e,rthat rays the dealer bet
ter, n'iy bo offered as " just as cjood. Per-ha;-,
ii. w, iov him, but it can't bt, ior you.
It Urownod fllmaelf--'
Chicago, October 24. Andrew Kim
ball, real estate dealer, drownecUvhfi
self thia morning in Lake Michigan at
Ninety-eighth street, the place where
his eighteen-year-old daughter sui
"cidod Saturday in a similar manner.
The father was overwhelmed with
grief over the loss of his daughter.
Mrs. Kimball is prostrated as a result
of the double bereavement.
To BuUd Vp the Keaerve.
Washixotox, D. C, October 20. It is
understood that ths treasury depart
ment will take steps to restrict the
payment os gold over the counters of
the subtreasury at New York, with a
view'to building up the gold reserve,
which has now been invaded to the ex
tent of $15,000,000, leaving it in round
figures at $85.000.000.
A Circa Treln Wracked.
Clarksburg, W Va., October 23-A
rear end collision took place near here
pu the Baltimore and Ohio rowd, be
tween two sections of the Barnum a
Bailey circus train. A dozen persons
were hurt, one fatally. The dead uiai.
ia Frank Everett, of Brooklyn.
jiyae s who secureu ,u"r "v weens ;.ub i. . ,k",j,
January on the ground of brutal treat- nrta
inent, drunkenness and failure to pro- Pneval businosa. Money is in s-m.l nt
..... . , i : v....kri Ik a wnot of locll' ation o cu arue
vido. Ho has since been endeavoring
to rogain her affection, but she en
joined him from calling on her. He
returned here Friday after several
months' absence. He passed by her
home tor.is-ut, and as she tied from
him he got nrunkand killed himself..
Fifty Thouancl Uollars Miswlnjj.
St. LoriK, October 31.. The Ameri
can Express Company has lost S30.000
entrusted to it by a New York bank
for transmission to New Orleans via
I St. Louis. The monev was placed in a
strong box in New York, with Hpecial
(.nurd Korzdurfer. Just wnere i
jumped the track, detectives upon the
case seem unable to learn, l hey ieit.
for New Orleans, having apparently
reached the opinion that the loss took
place between this city and the Cres
Their Flacea Here Itwn Filled.
LouihViM.K, Kv., October 21. The
strike of the shopmen of the Louis
ville and Nashville may be said to ba
at an end, and many of the striker's
now find themselves unable to get
work. They are willing to go back to
thfirold places at the terms of the
ri.-mpany, but 'their positions hi ye
Leen niU-J and Master Mechanic Clif
ford will not discharge the new uica
lo give the strikers work.
burthen i a wnrjt of locll; atlon 'o cu.
nwtiosis ia tbe present tnaattled , on ltion
!Taden report, ro
tahlishedor Incorporated durln toe weeu, xe
Sthe r with ocnlanfonients of inaaufsctorles.
Sas haportant new bnlldlaa. Aa. tae
moat liiiDortani Be.v indi ntnca of thewek aro
most llapurmiH Ti-nn to iO estei-
il AT e"b7 he ul-biriTcruI . rarTotunany j
IUO (XX) 'capital: tae Blca o.l and OasCon
Luv of WTUoclini,-. W. Vs . ce Hal FIX' ii
standard Cor onctltK' a-d Sppi-Coo or. of ,
;Attftir7tk Go capital jluu.oOO: t e hanc. jV i'ls.
.100.000; a m 0J0 electric HntHV plant at jack
'onvllle. Kto : fibre pdl. """J
worka at Savannah. Oa..; aplial f-Vf9
company at Tesrkana. Art., cental .
brick company at Dorl n?ton - P.l r 1
re 000: also a t rie pUini at fc Ik C XT. W.
au wl and paa oontr.vnr at StateravM. W. Va.
PTtaM50 000: a b 000 planrnu mill and bl W
"s suiply company t Mte.ii Oa. avoou
l. m'er compaiiT at Holin?. w. a . a
LS e XS ai W. et Point. Ga : a cotton rope
fa tory at rWnco. Ala . and a macuine op
at Cuattanooa. Tena.
. MARKET REPORTS
By private wire to B. W. Martin. Manager
Nkw YOKKOotober 81.-CottoH.-Nov. w
Lec. 19; Jan. 8 29: market ateaUy.
Midctllnif 0 : market Crra , ,
Chicago. October 2 -Future eleeed
follows: Mess uork 5 CO I . .d I . Q
kalt shoulders, boxed. t1.'&H,1M: Ci3-
bide. boel W .navSO
Savasaaii Oct jtt.-T-uipentii.e l
. resiu rlrtu a:
Bovs and srirls-ftre not the only
mirnberrt of tha-human rao that
have their llttlo queemcssea, Bays
Harper e oung 1'cople. bomo ol
Uio groutcbt mon tho world has
known have had tho Queerest hablta.
habita alemgsldo of whk-.h the whlma
a,nd oddities of children seem as nat
ural as that the sun should rise la
the morning. Among these aro to
be noted the whimsical behavior of
Augustus Hare, one of the cleverest
divines in the English church,-who,
when he had ended a train of hard
thinking, wouk rise from his desk
and spin round on his heo-1 a few sec
onds, and then resume Ins studies.
The eorl of Chatham was most
peculiar in his habits; these, no
doubt, were engendered by his
nypocnonuriacai nature. tn one
oeeasion in midsummer he wished to
have snow, and adopted the follow
ing rather curious method of having
hid wish realized. The servants
were ordered to havo large fires In
every room, the walks outide were
covered with salt to make things
have a wiutrv aDuearanco. and doors
and windows wero kpt shut to keep
out the biting cold. How long this
whim lasted the historian does not
Of William Wilberforco It Is nar
rated that he frequently became so
absorbed in conversation in evening
companies as wholly to forget him
self. He would lift himself from his
chair in his earnestness move for
. ward a little, and gradually approach
! perilously near the edge. It was a
tradition In fashionable English cir
cles that he had fallen soveral times
to the lloor; but in families where he
waslovcd it was the custom to sta
tion onu of the older children be
hind his chair to move it forward as
he moved, and guard him against
peril. Some who afterwards became
society leaders m English society
rotained among the pleasantest
memorien of their childhood uio rec
ollection of such services rendered
to this brilliant and eloquent con
RossinL the composer, when en
irared with any irreat composition,
invariably shaved himself in a most
fantastic way to prevent his going
out of doors.
Slr Isaac Ntwton, ono of the
irreatest and most logical thinkers of
his time, was yet one of tho mosi
absent-minded of men. lnls latter
habit led him into man v curious mis
takes. At times' he fancied he had
dined, while as a matter of fact he
had not left his room for hours.
Once he boiled his watch instead o
an enir: and on another occasion,
while sitting close to tho fire, he or
dered it to be removed, owing to the
boot, but the thought never occurred
to him that he would be cooler If he
would but move his chair back wards
Id addition to these we are told
that Humboldt generally wrote
while holding the paper on his knees;
that Schiller was foud of the porf ume
of decayed apple; that Ooothe ad
mired tiie flavor of fried beet root.
Mendelssohn, when pleased with
anything, used to chew a corner of
bis pocket-handkerchief. Coleridge
alwayscld the person with whom
he was conversing by a button of Jiis
coat; hence, he was nicknamed the
irreat "button-holer." Marie Antoi-
1 nette. when eating bread and butter,
kept a nosegay by her side, which
she smelled from time to time, whilo
Mine, do Stael, when busy sewing,
always twirled a green leaf between
Kitchen utensils aro no les3 well
represented at the World's Coluir.
blan exposition than are stoves aud
ranges. The main exhibit of these ii
in tho Manufactures building. Among
them may be mentioned stamped
ware enameled in grauito and other
colors; spiders that will suit both
right-handed and left-handed cooks,
having a lip on either side; two forms
of "self-basting" roasting pans, de-
signfxl to prevent meats from dry
ing in the oven; knife-edged, tor
sion and spring balances; and cast
iron ware polished and even nickel
plated. Portable ovens for gas and
kerosene stoves, also steam cookers
jacketed with asbestos are shown.
Tho jacket prevents the conduction
of heat from tho cooking- food, thus
utilizing a scientific principle which
is too commonly disregarded in cook
inc. Cylindrical tin receptacles for
flour and meal are shown which may
be fastened against the wall at a con
venient height. The flour is mad
to pass through a sieve by turning a
crank and comes out by an outlet at
the bottom. A measuring cup,
which fits on to the outlet when not
in use, forms part of the apparatus.
There are quite a number of ma-
chines worked by a crank, which
save a great deal of tiresome and
time-consuming hand work. One
company exhibits a meat chopper, a
fruit press, a sausage stuff er. and a
cherry stoner. The same company
makes a simple utensil, like a sauce
pan In form, for shaving ice. Anoth
er exhibitor has a little nutmeg
grater that Is worked by a crank. A
small room in tho oman s building
is devoted to inventions by women.
Most of these are household articles,
while some are of a wholly different
character. These inventions ant
generally modifications of articles
already in use, novel departures be
ing rare. Among the cooking uten
Bils in this room are a metal knead
ing board, a kitchen knifo
especially adapted for slicing,
a frying pan with a hood
and a flue to carry, the smoke
from the food down into the fire, aud
an egg and cake beater with a new
form of stirrer. Another cake beater
Invented by a woman, and resem
bling the tin flour bin described above
is shown In the Agricultural build
ing. Inventions by women appear
also in tho Illinois building, among
them being a funnel, a baking pan
and a kettle-holder for a stove. A
fruit evaporator small enough for
household use is shown in the Horti
cultural building. The capacity of
tho smallest size is about half a
hushel of apples. In the am.
building; a German exhibitor shows
knives of peculiar shapes, for paring
and slicing vegetables and cutting
them into ornamental shapes; also a
cherry stoner. Household wooden
ware is to be found in the Forestry
buikling: one make has electrically
welded flat hoops set In grooves In
tho staves, instead of the common
riveted hoops; another has welJed
wire hoops which aro imbedded hi tlie
wood at several points hi the circum
ference. Near by are shown tubti.
pulls, keclers, bowls, milkpans.
j measures, etc., of Indurate nDcr
: (paper pulp), which are molded 1 at
one piece. F. A. Fernald, in Popu
lar Science Monthly.
LYNCHING IN GEORGIA.
He Coofeaed to rol.onlnjr the Burk and
Meeta Terrible Fete.
JoMisnoBO. Ga.. October 2J.-Arthur
lienneUa negro, was banged by a
mob of masked men. near Williams
ebapel. Saturday night.
Bennett had been" arrested on the
chartre of poisoning the Burks family,
in Elmwood district, some days ago.
which came near causing the death of
several members of tho family.
At his commitment trial. Saturday,
v .-,1 tn having pat arsenic in
some meal which h brought Mr. Uurks
from the mill, butciaimea mat.
1 negro gnve him a pair of gold rimmed
j spectacles to io tnc ucbu.
u mrncd over to Constable U
1 i:!iw.ri vchn started to bring him
to the county jail, but ic a taick piece
o'clock at night, he
wa,' stopped by a mob of masked men
who demanded Aue.p.risouex.
It Vteeida't Ml.
MrMpnis. Octobr3. Charles llrow u
and Thomaa Pike were two of the
r-Lrtv of about fifty young pleasure
seekers of both sex who a tar ted to row
up the river on a nutting expedition
this morning. Brown and Pike wera
in a boat with the other boya and a
copious quantity of whisky. Wheu a
short distance above the lty. Urown
and Pike engaged in a fight. They
fell out of the boat. Pike was rev
cued, but Brown" was drowned. Ao-.
cording to one of tbe other par tie ii;
the boat. Brown was knocked senele
with an oar before he fell in the rivec
Pike has ao far avoided arreat.
Ueratxal Mttftbua Deed.
Paris. October 19. Marshal McMa
bon died at 10 o'clock this morning, at
Chateau LaForet, on the Loire. Mar
shal McMahon wa able to partake of
food until yeaterday. During the
ight the sofferer'sstreagthyra 'ualJ.v
declined and he grew weaker ami
weaker until the end esjme peacefully
at the hour mentioned. The familj .f
the deceased soldier was present ut th.
Or you are all worn out, resKj -good for ootb.
in H ia eeneral debility. Try
nVowrMoy "k ri
it -m cur, woo. eleanae your liver, sea l