jias double the cir
y filiation of .any
lished iu tlu: e'ltv.
vt () f I - Im ) U H r 1 1 S Eli 1 .
SALISBURY, N-C.f THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1893.
r ri u yi w r r,r- j r k
scribe Now voi. w 01. v v vld JtXJLXJLCULJLl
. - - '' " AfiTeilise " . 4!
, . .
Otsria is Dr. Safhucl Pitcher's prescription for Infant
and CJiiIrn. It coutaia3 licitlicr Ouiin, JIoriliino nor
dher Narcotic substance It is a lutrailcss substitute "
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor GiU
; ... is dL'.easuat. Its guarantee is tliiriy years' use by
TiiniiH of r.Iothcrs. Castoria is the Children's Panacea
r. tor!a issy ".! adael to&iVirc'rithat
;n: :.jvslit as ujierW-tar)y ;-rs ription .
..-.- cio." 31. A. Aitr;r.:c 21. U.,
; . l JVv OsrfcdSt., Brocidyn, NT. Y.
,-(.", i ' ' Cta.-'toria ' i ? fo universal and
ri:. ! vrvll twna tlu.t it 'v a work
n !" in! ii-.c t raIon? it. I' 'w arc tins
;. f ; :.rU "' w".;o tl not Lcc CUctoria
Nv Ycrt CSty.
A CURIOUS CALCULATION
Around tho World 206 Times.
Ao omineTA pliytcian has made a curious
tiatliem,i:hvt! cuiculation in giving the
worici!i dI tl liuruan lieait in mileage.
He shows t4u'.t in a lifetime of 84 years
r, j'-ass-s thrditsh the heart is
j,--ta.!'r of i,l0,SrtO mi Its, which,
:w -:r"ai;i, would reach around
ii : tl'liliS !
; in viiw tliis con-tant strain on
:ir. i t:;kiiiLf iuto ooniileration the
! iv-s frorn over-exertion, alco
,ir htimulnnTs, is it any wonder
.::!, !; -iromca ail'cc-ted, refuses to
tiw ii'iirt. :
. abuv it i'
. hole a;.
firt r;ul L
Wor:?,' nl causes ueatii i. ine
r. ;i: iil v understood that ona in
fuc.r !i:isa wi-ak lu:.rt, alo the importance of
roatin? (!i;it oH'-in : S03iTU3 it3 ahfected con-
drtHiIl is in
for ix livi
V'iuhl. i i i
!' Kiit'i-U-'st 'di-rt-e manifested,
f.'vi.u h.-ive any reason whatever
,;,ur heart to be affected, you
n 1 t ii r.t or.ca. lo not hesi
. t, rfv:is v. ho.iie suddenly of this
a- nvv r a-'i'srted its presence.
. .-, i'icrt'.i'it, N. Y , writes: "Three
..i i t niH i- di'Ji. ulty in hreithinR,
f ' in' h'i..i t r.et ii;, and. my limbs and
;,!. wi , J; v.'iiloil. rhv-icia;is said I
y;,J not l.Via v.fo. I oe'Hi Uiinj; l)r.-Mile'
M'Htfttit :-v; ii.'(ir-t hou'e Kreaily relieved
.mf.wnl, ttitii'i'i-i 7 years of npe. the several
b-rJesl t -k ai-tv'tlhi-r so ininioiiHoly henetited
me that I n-n m :o?v.- niixu. I cUocrfully recoui-
BMi'l ttii.i r-' ' " ' ' . '
HWU.evt--Mfrw!W a severe attack of heart
La c. :. if ;. 'tii.ir to d:e, p'lyiiiaiis having
.Vnnienim ! ri.-hcf, I woainduewlt buysome
fii Ijr. MiW N?w H -art Cure. Kvery dw lifted
bid rulu n:.. Hii-i it do'-uis as though ic would
inne-traine'tV '!tiiii I w-mld wiHiajjly fill the
Now nar'Ci:ro l.oiil.-s w'.th told fur i-he mauniift-
fetitreMic !y t!.ov ruiuasn. if I uld mt K,-t them
oan'.iier terms'"' S. A. M 1 1 J1 . Fraukiin, N. Y.
"Kor SO -enrs I wis seri'u"ly troub't-d with
hMrtdiv isf w. A th-tvou. pntst ration, the latter
-fTtin t!ie soluTic nerve of my left side Dur-i-.'k
fiatlt iiao- I w s treated hy rnanv prominent
ptiniiians. and s-nl hundrel9 of dolliirs awa
tif medir-ines. u!l..f which failed. Heoently I
hwii ui ; It. Si;!o' New Henri Cure, nnd am
now entlrt-lv free from mv old complaiuuj."
- '-liite J. Barry, l':uk tHtv. Tteh.
Dr. Miles' Ne v lleirt ("ore is s Id on a posi
tlve nmrRutee bv nil druggists, or by L)r MUoi
Me heal To . Klk'hart, Ind., on receipt of price,
fl ptr h-itUe, mx iKtttles express prepaid. U
r"iiivelv ermtuins n-iiher opUte nor dnageiotu
Jini&. Free buot t druggists, or by mail. -
mil l)i uoi.-ts.
You.va!'. Iiixf'iiie a capitalist at -'oncoy
l::yifc hy a r,:nal 1 part of j
yci:rv:ir!y i-.icoine and invest- :;
iiijj it iu a Tontine policy, of the -
I'or you can instantly se- ;
cure u c?ital $i ,obo (cr for :
$2i) a cnj.ital of $ io.ooo), thus '
acquiring an estate which you j
may k-ave to-your lK:irs, or re- j
tain as a fund for your ov.-ff ;
support, i;i old age, if your life ;
1 proli iii-cd. I
Sncli a stc-r will prompt you
to save; will strengthen your
credit, will increase your con
fut.:ice:, will preserve you from
care anl wiH. give you lasting
. satisfaction "
-e Plan b Simple.
The Security Absolute.
: It is tilt- perfect development
of the life policy. T6-day is
' ri-lit time to get facts and '
ures. . Address
Av-J. RODDEY, Manager,1
rr t5'e Csrolinas.
. HILL, S C.
" '-,1 ire anvxhfTfl in thft U.S.-on
recci it of Cash, Money Order,
Or- IN,.;. ,1 1 K.A
. K,1J"' every -way the boots
'tiy- -j l""1 ia n!l retail stores for
fr, i -'-. Ve make this boot
V f t,ur3iye8; therefore we jmaf
i ?..'.- the lit. ntnlt. nn.l mm.
fJliryiirn n:'1 if Bnyne is not Batisfled
TJsiK we rcfnnd thomoney
0y 'J, f'end anothefpair. Opera
or vomrnon cenBe,
idths C, D, E. & KB,
lzca l to 8 and hall
xOjs Kill ft you.
losrua r r r- r-
'8 oHO? PiO m FEDERAL ST.,
& 7. boston, mass.
StK C0-' Inc'f, Capital, $1 ,000,000. 1
'.. i1-;,11 Mini: lN THK Yi'OULD.
7h-Bl ' ..''' ; ;r '---J a dollar earned. . - i
js li, J, , ,,! 1 reneh lionffola K!d Bnt- 1
; ; - - rr
Oar.toria cures CoUc,T3onst:itior,
J', ur i'toz jacii, Diarrhrua, Erut-nation,
lulls Worm;;, Q-cs jJoct. riJ Troiaotes dl
Tithout iajurioua medication.
"Tor .several . years I have recomnipndec
yr 'Oajria, said Khali oIajs contlnus U
tUi r S3 ft liAa iavai-iatj'y juxxlacod bcncficia.
Edwim F. Psrzz, D., .
1.25th Strot;t and 7t'2 v. ., , jwTork Cty
The Ce??tacb C'MPA.vr, 77 JIunatY t.'Ti. ket, 21 Yoax Crrsr
THE BEST AND
IS THE SAFEST
I EVER MADE.
There r.ro cincrlo rctr.il p!ioo Etoics in our lirpe
cities whicli peit-2,000 ;a;rs cf hce a tly, making
a net profit of ;;o,C0o a yecr. V.'e seil shoex low,
but wo soil a preat ina-y .-vir.i, t::e clear prolit on
our ladicx', ra:sp. and i lii!drc-;ir,' t;!:o.a ia at Ica.-t
ten ct !its :i nair, a:u! on our mt-:!s' and boys shoe's
1-3 ct-nts a ;iair. "o csialiiisli t-hoe ftor- in
e:ich of tins fifty 1 irrt-t cit s of tlic I'. S., and if
tbey soil only ii ;0 pa: in of Bhoos a day Uir-y would
earn $ VV m a y: :ir. Wo should bo aide t- pay a
yearly tilvider-jV-f i-.)." a share, orcver .'o y.t r eer:t.
a year on tlio i:iv itme!.t. W'c Pell tlic B'.oek at $10
a share The prico-ini:, t Inevitably I c much n:oro
Jhan ?i'J ashari-. 2o p:oi. k I : n. ever been eoid at
lata thin thi price, v iiicit i i.a par value. t?t clt
ron-aseotwable. Incorj)or.ilel, '.iital $l,000,OoU.
We h:;vc over 1,000 e'.ckholdor, and ll:e n::inler
i increasin daily. f?omc of tlia principal stock
holders r.ro : T. R. Well V. : I. J. J'.itl; r. Ki-stor ;
N. A. Kl-ciI. Jr.. Cliii-ai: ; J. 15. Cup-, Im '.K Ciit-; W. M.
Kavinaupli, 1-ittL- i? Ark.: 1. II. his ii. rhiragu; J. 1.
TiirniT. Phiia-i J. JIard:nj;, N. Y.; K. J. l'ayue, Little
Crrrk, Mich. ; F. 1. Kallrtte. An-ailt-. K. Y.
Writo for a prospectus coiitaii:in tlie names of
our stockhoidera, etc., i r tend ;n ortlir fur xtoik,
'cnc'oKinfl cxiiir'H cfirct, rtni or tnotifif ortltr.
Orders taken for one or more shares. Price, $10 :
DEXTER SHOE CO
J'jt-n.'n )l oHeii. '
i i n. rn rT? C r : rr.' . r
Is se'd with wrKton
guar.'.r.iiO to euro
P ::", lTfuibiohe and
..u -f! tyex-
Tobacco and Alco
hol; iicntai Depre
p'iok. 8oft-'-.in ot
tho rr?;n,e':-!rT ?",?.t. ry, lrvnf-.Jtjrj-.ad Ceatti ;
k-roirir! r urn Ow! ii-voSunlary cKasoa
bv uv :r-irul.i!;TttiCC-, (ver-ci?i -tion of tb Ih in and
Krrorsof Y-.uth. Js fAvv:i t-Vcui f:rr;'.a.i LUeir
:".-:( ji- o Vi;-or r.- i d( 8 th- ;'ojs r: Jif-; cure
J.i'"orr!ia'-t iMid l";-:v.-.- ? V"akac:i.-!. A ii.oijWi'h trct
l;:ct, in i 'f.--' r'. Ecrl y!Lrii, fo fsir a Jro:-1, tl
i.t i x, 0 !:c-.-.'9 :"". w If n every tri: - r -.ro sriro a
Vrlt-r5 CyirantSo to euro-or refund Cm money.
Circn'arr-. trco. tioaraiitoo iseai'd only bjr our ex
Sallshuky, N. C.
Caveats, asd Trade-TkHrk? obtained, and an Pat
ent business conducted for Mooesate Fcro.
Our Orricc is Orzirz U. S. Patcnt Or? ice
and we can secure patent iAj Ic.-'S uie ibaa liiote
remote froin Wahlniton. .-
Send model, drawing or prioto., with descrip
tion. We a1vic, if patcn:1io or not, frca of
cbarp. Our fee not dtie till intent is enrcL
A PaMPHitT, "How to Obtain P:iten!s," v.ittt
names of actual clients ia jour State, county or
town, sent ffco. Address,
Opi. Patent Office. Wash. kcton
SjgxSjSvS Are Safe aud Always
licliabie ; better than 'faasy or Pennyroyal Pdis
ana cIlBiaiilar medicines. Unexcelled for Irrgalarl
ties.Ai!. SuieiiSf'iilv csed hi thousands of cases. 13"
sura remedy, guaranteed, never fai is. Price Jl- A
nacoa-iUedsafcKunrd. LAKESII SPIX1F2
-S-i-yii Market U, CUicago, Hi.
Scncd the life
that is fighting
against Cousunip- -tion.
T w .
4! -r-?s- P-ji it off. aid
- - "" -oC nothiii can save
-- --r.- you. But, if tak
en in time, Er.
Ficrcc's Golden llcolcal Discovery will cer
tainly Offl'i -
It must bo dene Through the blood and
tho "Discovery"!? tho most potent blood
cieauser, strength-res corer, and uesh-LuiMcr
that's knoi to medical science. Tho scrcf-
l ulcus alfeCtion cf Iho liin?r?5 that's called
Consumption, and. every form of Scrotula
and blood-tainte, all yield to it. For AFeak
Lungs, Spitting cf P-iood, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, and all severe, lingering coughs, it's an
unequaled remedy. It's the cnbj oca ihat's
jti.arantced. If "it doesn't benefit or cure,
in every case, you hiivo your money back.
Con anvtliirs else, at any price, bo really
ts- cheap f -
Yrou pay only fer veduo received.
Something etes, that, pays the dealer bet
.er, may be cllered as V just as good. Per
it is, highlit it ciui'fc be, for you.
gsJ&agBBa Golden CIPSOLES'-
IT SUITS JiNGLAND
To Have the Hawaiian Qaon Ha
stored to the Throno.
SH WILL REALLY CONTROL HAWAII.
The Old Qaero Ihl Alwayn Been FtUd!y
to tha Knsl'.sh One r Victoria's
al;jcct tfee Guard an of
ttea Heir Apiareat.
WASfiiyaT(i forensber 17. There
Is a renerally accepted rtimor here
to the effect that IVesideftt Cleveland's
policy is to restore the royal family to
the Hawaiian thrones Accordinr; to
the 'story now current this action is
the r?ry thing- above all others that
England aost desires. It is an open
Secret ia ViplMnUc ciccles that Great
liritain Xvislies to have indirect control
of the llaxraiian i.sles through the fu-
tttrtis)vereig-nty of Princess Kalulani,
ex?e of the qnecrr, and heir apparent
to the thron-.-. shc it was who ma;le
the plaintive "appeal to President
j Cleveland while at Washington last
The princess was educated in Enir-
i land and has spent the best bart of her
! life there under the guardianship of
i Mr. Davies, an Eng-lish subject, who is
j financially interested to a considerable
I extent in the government of the Ha
j waTian isles. Itlwas throne: h his per-
sonal influence with tho queen that he
: u.s selected as the guardian of the
1 princess. The latter became a member
tf his household. The princess is now
in her eighteenth year and is a young
lady of unusual intelligence.
Mr. and Mrs. Davies accompanied her
on her visit to the United States and
were very eloquent in their claim for
recognition of her rights by the United
States. It will also be recalled that
President and Mrs. Cleveland treated
the princess with rare consideration,
Sirs. Cleveland going so far as to call
upon her. According to latest advices
Mr. Davies is iu Honolulu, having ac
companied Minister Willis on his trip
from San Francisco. The princess is in
England anxiously awaiting results
in Hawaii. This is natural, as the
queen is getting old and feeble, and
the princess is the next in line of suc
cession. AsJMr. Da vies came to Wash
ington to look out for her interests it
is natural to presume that he has
gone to Honolulu for the same pur
pose, and there is a belief afloat that
Mr. Davies was given a private tip as
to the president's policy of restoring
THK DOI.K I'ARTV.
GitAM KAPins, f a. November 13.
William Waterhouse, of thiscity, mem
bc't of- the Waterhouse family which
lias large commercial interests in the
Hawaiian islands, last uight received
a letter from W. O. Smith, attorney
general of the provisional government,
in which ho said: '-While ws are all
waitiagv and a few of the supporters
of the provisional government are
restinar, there is a deep and abiding
stnthnent against returning to a mon
archy, and a determination to main
tain goodgovernment that will not be
suppressed and which will show itsell
m armed resistance whenever occasion
ealls. As the time passes, the over
whelming portion of the intelligent
element of the community manifests
more and more that it will not submit
to a return to the old order of things."
Mr. Waterhouse left today for the
LOOKS BAD FOR IRWIN.
Now He Uenics That lie Shot Smith in th
KxoxvriXE, Tbxx., November lfi.
The trial of Uarney Irwin, charged
with killing young Smith, his confed
erate in the plan to entrap young FretT
Gerding in an attempt to rob an ex
press car, was continued today. The
prosecution introduced several more
witnesses, whose testimoney was
strong against Irwin. The sentiment
against the fly cop was made more in
tense hy the appearance of the dead
man's two sisters on the witness
stand. They were dressed in heavy
mourning. They testified to a visit
Itwin raid to their brother while he
lay wounded in the city hospital.
Irwin then denied having shot
young Smith. Other witnesses swore
that on that same day he had con
fessed to having fired the shot that
jrave young Smith his death wound.
Irwin was allowed to make his state
ment, lie denied that he entered into
...:u 1 t 1 II .
also denied having shot Smith. He
mt; otueuit: ini iiuuc ui i cw am. lie
saiii mat ne naa, Dut tnat was lor a
purpose, which he did not state.
After the evidence was all submitted
Irwin was bound to the criminal
court in S20.00J bond for murder in
the first degree. His attorneys signed
CAPTURED A MURDERER.
Ho Kl.le;l a Man and Itan OiTwitli a Woman
and Her Panchter.
Jackson villk, Fi.a.T November 18.
liy means of his yonng colored servant
eirl, whom he had engaged a month
ago, Policeman Fritz captured Charles
Sherman, alias Mack Fletcher, who is
wanted at Harmony, Ga., for the mur
der of Jeff Gore. Sherman pretended
to be the girl's father, but she seemed
greatly affrighted whenever he ap
peared, which the officer noticed, lie
questioned her and she told the story
of how Fletcher had killed Gore and
ran off with her mother and herself,
leaving the former at Albany to bring
her here. He was at once arrested
and at police headquarters confessed
his crime. A . telegram from Preston
said he was the man wanted and that
a detective would come for him.
She Ate Chicken and Hied.
Birmingham, Ala., November 18.
Ljzzie Brown, a Degress, was found
dead in her bed; at North Birmingham,
this morning. She was perfectly well
last night and it is suspected that she
was -poisoned, Somebody gent her a
cooked chicken last night and it ia
thought this might have been poisored.
It Orlr ti Get tki. Insurance Mo&ejwA
Cio. I fleve mt lieteetlve Work.
Dallas, Tkxas, November 17. Oa
Sunday hight, October 20th, Y. M.
Langdon, a prominent business man,
after stepping from a street car, and
jnsl before reacking lus gate, was
murdered by a ngfro, armed with a
piece of gas pipe, who dealt him a blow
which crushed his skull, causing,
almost instant deatlu Deteetivcs went
to work on the case and vesterdav nr.
rested John Harris, colored, at Lairi
pasas. 1 he- negro was brought here
last night and made a full confession,
stating that William G. Parish, the
murdered man's partner inHbusiness,
; had employed him to commit the mur
der. l"ansli was arrested and jailed.
About midnight he made an attempt
to commit suicide by butting his head
against the iron bars of his cell door.
It is believed he will recover. Parish,
it is stated, held a 810,000 policy on
Langdon's life. Parish's attempted
suicide in connection with the confes
sion of the negro-is accepted as con
clusive evidence of his guilt. He wa
born and reared in lluntsville, Texas,
and was at one time financial agent of
the sate penitentiaiy by appointment
of Governor Ross.
After the murder detectives shad
owed him night and day. One day
last week Parish entered the Commer
cial bank, drew two $T.O bills, placed
them in an envelope and- mailed them
to John Harris, Lampasas. This led
to Sheriff Cabcl going there and find
ing the negro.
A LTGELD HAS A SAY.
lie States That lie Pardoned the Reds
Without a Couriltion.
SpRivcFiF.r.D, III., November 18;
Governor Altgeld was asked today if
it was true that one of the conditions
of the pardon of Fieldcn, Ncebe and
Scwab was that they should make no
anarchistic speeches in the future, and
"In granting pardons to Fielden.
Scwab and Neebe, I did so because 1
thought tlrem not guilty of the crime
charged, and for which they were
sentenced, and in so doing, I placed
no conditions upon their pardons and
made no such conditions as charged,
namely, that they must make no more
speeches regarding triarchy. You
may say there are no anarchists in the
entire-state of Illinois; not one. If
tho newspapers would stop talking
anarchy, the whole matter would
never again be heard of. The labor
ing men iu Chicago and other places
arc as good citizens as are in any
state. They have a right to their own
views on all matters, are entitled to
t-xpr-ss t..-. s:u.ie a.-, .such imit be con
ceded by ;:!1 citizens, and when such
expressions are made, the same should
not, be designated anarchistic speeches,
thus placing dhese speakers in a
wrong light. No, sir. there is not an
anarchist in the great state of Illinois:
hot one." and with that lie dismissed
A NEW CURRENCY.
Comptroller licke.'s Will Make Soma Very
Wasiiixotox, November 18. It is
said that Comptroller Eckels, in his
forthcoming report, will recommend a
system by which national bank cur
rency can take the place of all others
in existence, the purpose being to
allow national banks to deposit in ad
dition to their bonds, gold, silver and
treasury notes and certificates, and to
k.sue bank notes to the par value of all
their deposits. The government, un
der this scheme, will be responsible for
the redemption of national bank notes
and gradually retire the greenbacks,
but will be compelled by law to retain
5 per cent, of national bank deposits J
t', tw.;..;!,-.,. : n .
this reserve as available assets, which
is to h2 put in circulation or with-
drawn as thon-miir.nt, of w?no
demands, and the revenues of the gov
ernment to go into the sameJund.
DIED BY HER BROTHERS HAND.
He Pointed a Kifle at Her and Pulled the
Saxpfhsvillf., Ga., November 17.
M iss Mattie Suiter died today at her
home, yt wo miles cast of Sandersville,
frorn the effects of a rifle ball fired by
her brother twe've days ago. John
Salter had come in to dinner, bringing
a loaded rifle, which he laid on a bed.
!, . . " 1 ' r
i-f.m i i , ; i . l i i
tne ruie, pointed it at his sister, who
was in an adjourning room, told her
to look out. and pulled the trigger.
The ball entered behind her ear and
lodged in her head. She suffered in-
tense pain an(1 fr several days had
been in an - unconscious condition.
Her vitality was remarkable, consid
ering the seriousness of the wound.
Salter stated that he did not know
the rifle was cocked. No coroner's
inquest war held, as her death was
caused by accident and the act of her
brother was simply carnlessness.
A Sdinsarr (iofs i)own.
Savaxxah, G.a., November 18. The
two-masted schooner Tangier, from
Satilla for Savannah, with 3,000
bushels of rice consigned to John
Screven, sank fifteen miles oif the
north end of Warsaw island Wednes -
day morning. The schooner struck a
strong head wind and a heavy sea and
the bow was stove in. 1 he forecastle
was soon filled with water and sank
in two hours after the accident. Cap
tain .Hill and the creSv were all saved
by pulling to the shore in a flat-bottom
batteau. The schooner belonged
to Captain Hill and was valued at
about $2. 0(X). The cargo was insured
for S3, 000, but there was no insurance '
on the schooner. Both &re a total,
8hot Hi, vr.fe.
Little Rock, Akk., November 20.
Lewis Roberts, an employe
of the city,
shot his wife at noon today, and then ,
pointed his revolver toward his own
breast and pulled the trigger twice,
but it failed to go off. His wife,
though mortally wounded, ran three
blocks to a doctor's residence, where
the police were telephoned and Rob-
erts arrested. He had been drinking
heavily for tree days, and threatened
aor life several times.
Populist a Decide o Work with tho
JofTorsonlans in Alabama.
0L3 O CALL A CCXYE5TI31
S Coalition With Kcpnbllcans-Coptaln
Ko:b Says He Has Frhnd Among
Them Bur He Makes So Combina
tions 5fo Democrats Indorsed.
Birmingham, Ala., November 18.
Tlje state executive committe of the
Jeffersoman democrats met at noon to
day in this city, thirty out of the thir
ty-two members being present. ?U
the same time and in the same hall
the state executive committee of the
people's party met.
The populists locked arms with the
Teffersonians and will- vote for Kolb
to a man.' Only one populist present
showed any disposition to object and
he was easily brought over. Man
ning, secretary of the state populite
committee, said, "we will support
Ivolb, because he is the best medi urn
through which to work our reforms.
We will unite in supporting him and
his state ticket. However, we reserve
the privilege of putting our own
tickets in any counties we may see
fit. There are a number of counties in
Alabama which we can carry ami we
will elect our own officers there over
the -.Teffersonians, democrats or any
Lew Persons, a leading republican,
when asked what the republicans had
to do with the meeting, said: "Some
of us were up there because we want
ed to see what was going on. None
of us took any part whatever in the
meeting. Moot of us were friends of
Kolb and will pupport him, but we
have no right nor desire to promise
him the republican vote of the state.
Some of us want to see fair elections
and believe Kolk will give them to
us. That is about all there is to it."
Captain Colb said the meeting was
without friction whatever and was en
tirely satisfactory to everybody- who
participated in it. lie said his party
would get the populist support, for
the latter realized they could not elect
state offcers of their party, and pre
ferred the Jeffersonians to the organ
ized democrats. He said a convention
would be held here in the wigwam
not later than February l"th for the
nomination of state orlicers. It would
be participated in by Jeffersonians,
populists and all who favored an
honest ballot; that was the issue in
tiie campaign. lie said he had the
machinery in thirt v-eiy ht out. of the
sixty-six counties in . the state, but
proposed to have the organized dem
ocracy appoint one inspector and one
counter at every polling place, so that
they could see that things were fairly
done. He said he had no coalition
with the republicans. lie hai friends
in that party who will probably sup
port him, but declares there is no
trade or understanding with them.
The delegates were unanimous for
free silver but did not indorse any
democratic senators or congressmen.
HOW A BANK WAS ROBBED.
At the Point of a Pistol the Cashier Hands
Over the Money.
WaI.t.a Walla, Wash., November
15. Yesterday afternoon three men,
without attracting attention, rode in
to Milton, Ore., and dismounted at the
j.oor of the bank of Milton. Two en
tered the bank while the third stood
guard outside and held the horses.
President A. Hopson, Cashier N. A.
Davis and Assistant Cashier William
nopson were in uie nanK at tne time.
I Tlhe lntimation of .the coming of
he ,rbbers was when two shots were
fired b.v the intruders before making
any verbal demand. Both shots took
effect in president Hopson's body, in
flicting painful flesh wounds. The re
volver was held so close to the head of
Cashier Davis that the concussion
knocked him down. The robbers then
demanded money from William Hop
son. He handed them a tray contain
ing '144. Taking this, they left with
out attempting to get the cash in the
vault. The noise of the shots spread
alarm and within five minutes an
firmed mounted posse went in pursuit,
but all trace was lost after a short
KILLED THEM BOTH.
rather and Son Resist Arrest and are Shot
I Mount Pixsox, Ala.. November in.
Soe Smith, aged twenty-four, and his
father were. shot to death by Sheriff
Johr Hewitt here this afternoon.
Deputy Hewitt was shot through the
head, and is believed to be fatally
i hurt. Hie trouble originated over an
! arrest. Dr. Green sold a mill to the
Smiths: they paid ho cash. The con
( tract was that the Smiths should al-
low Green's old Miller, liuffstader. to
run the mill until the purchase money
j was paid. Sometime since, the Smiths
' fired liuffstader and closed down the
'mill. Green demanded possession,
: The Smiths refused, and Green swore
out warrants, charging the Smiths
! with trespassing after warning,
Thi:; afternoon Hewitt, with Jom
.Masscy, a citi.en of Mount Pinson,
went to arrest the Smiths. They
were found at the mill, but refused to
surrender, and showed fight. One of
them fired on the officers, and a fusi
lade ensued. Both Smiths were shot
dead, as stated, and Hewitt was shot
through the had.
Tney Are iettinff Rtoodt hirst j-.
Raleigh, N. C, November 1S.-A
; white man nameti riuow F '"
! jail at Smithfield today for the mur- j
der of his wife to prevent ner iruai-,
giving birth to a
child. Elliot is a ;
1 Two white men named Outlaw and
Rhodes had a desperate fight at a
store in Wayne county yesterday
Rhodes cut Outlaw in a score of places
and the latter r-.shed out, -seized .a
piece of plank and crushed Lhodes s
skulk Both men will die.
Hisht of all In .Leavening PowerLatest y. S. Wt Report
AD SOW- IT'S SrSlIE VS. SC-IET.
Causo Which rpil in thn t..,.i.i
. .... . . "..UIO
I! tha Oflieiais and tit Strik
ers, are ConhJmt if V:a
:; tho liiiltU
Rociikstkk, N.Y. November ?0. Two
men on the Kochc-.ter division of the
Lehigh road struck last night on an
order from the li.-otherhood of Kaii
road Telegraph Operators. They are
operators iu Rochester station, and
did not leave their posts when the I
order was lirst sent out. The station '
agent himself was at the key to-day
when theAssociated Press reporter 1
visited the place. He said ti at the I
two men constituted the sum total of
the strike on h'a line. The operators 1
at Henrietta, Push .1 unction and Ro
chester Junction are still at work, lie j
also said that the train crews are work
ingand the trains running as usual, j
The station master opened a wire from j
Buffalo to Syracuse, and it ticked oft j
rapidly, showing that it was working '
all right. Cournecn and Shaw are the
Dames of th.e two operators who
F. W. Prentice, deputy grand chief
officer of the Order of Railway Tele
graph Operatoes of New York said to
"Every operator, except ten, is out
between Sayre and Buffalo on the
northeu division. These ten are
agents who are under bonds and eau
not go out unless they forfeit their
bonds. All members of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers and
Railway Trainmen were out at :t:30 p.
m. Nothing "nut United States mail i
can be -transported. There are 12;T '
operators the in northern division. Sc
far the situation favors the strikers.
We received a message from L. Cole
man, chairman of the protective
ooard, saying not a man on the Ithaca
division is working. We also received
one from M. J. Lawk r, chairman of
the Ashbury division, raying all the
men are out. Reports from Philadel
say no passenger trains have moved
south of Sayer sine midnight. The
men are quit and no tremble is feared?"
In my estimation the strike will not
last over twenty-four hours. The
company will have to come to terms."
ANOTHER RAILROAD HORROR.
An Unknown Lady Supposed to Have IScen
Hurni'd In the Wreck.
Opklika, Ala., November 17. A
wreck which resulted in the death of
one man and the injury of thirty-five
people occurred on the East Alabama
branch of the Central railroad near
LaFayette last night about 7:30 o'clock.
Ten freight cars, two passenger coaches
and a smoking and mail car jumped
the track and tumbled down an em
bankment. A broken rail caused the
An intoxicated negro man, who did
not realize his peril until cut off from
escape by the flames, was cremated in
full view of the horrified spectators,
who were unable to save him.
Oiti.ika, Ala.. November 18. The
wreck resulted even more disastrously
than first reported. The company':
loss will reach into the hundred thous
ands in damages and loss of property.
It is feared that a 3-oung unknown
white woman also perished in the
flames. She purchased a ticket "-at
Opelika for Roanoke, and" whether she
boarded the train after purchasing the
ticket cannot be learned. Conductor
Flarity lies injured in LaFayette. and
is not in a condition to make a state
ment! All the passengers have been
accounted for except the you::g. wo
man, -and many believe that two vic
tims, instead of one, were burned to a
TWO CONVICTS BURN ZD.
They Had Slipped Away from Their Work j
and the Fire Caught Them Anlecp. j
RlKMixCriiAM, Ala., November IX. '
Two white convicts were burned to
death at Pratt mines at 2 o'clock this i
morning. They were Joe Mims. seh't '
up from Chilton county, and Frank
Munday, from Mobile.
They were on the night-working ,
forces and were supposed" to be at
j work cleaning off the tracks. Instead,
I however, they clipped joff and Tad in
j the prison washiooms where they
I soon fell asleep. At the hour men
! tioned a negro convict was seen to
' feteal up to the cash room window
1 and throw something in. The jiext
i second the room was in a blaze.
! lie had thrown kerosene in the mora '
j and set fire to it. The watchman I
! summoned assistance and finally put
l.i, t iw-1 nr-U Milin anil
UUb 1 1 UIl, - ti yj - " " " '
Munda were Imrned to death.
An Illiet UhUrtler Killed. -j
7 1 1
1 Birmingham. Ala., .ovemoer .-u. ,
I Late yesterday afternoon Deputy Col
! lector Caldwt-H and a posse of s-veu
j went out to raid a still near Christiana,
i Lawrence county. As they ap
Iproached Mose Smith, the owner, fixed
on them and ran. They pursued and
5i,ot himdjad in the road. In a few
niDutes the news got eircuiaitu aim
vmith's friends commenced gathering.
Finally about fifty of them got to-o-ether
and set out after the officers.
determined to avenge Smith's death,
i Seeing they were badly outnumbered,
the officers ret."ated. The natives
' fired off about tKty guns to let the
cHicera know th?y ".ere prepared.
Dr. Charles P. Deems died at hiu
home in New York city last Saturday
Atlanta's semi-centennial celebra
tion has been postponed until next
Within a week past thirty-six people
have left Randolph county, North Cr
olina, to settle in. Indiana.
Francis H. Weeks, the nntninn.
, bezzler, was carried to Sing Sinjr
i and put in stripes last Thursday.
I Major John W. Green will be en
! ceeded in the general management of
l the Georgia railroad by Mr. T. K
j Brunswick, Ga., had frost on the 16th
,' and 17th, which wt,s joyfully hailed by
i her people, as it practically ends the
t here. ;.S much Pnmnlaint amnnn ,
i hibitors over the delay in awarding
world's fair medals to the successful
! The Merchants' and Miners' bank, of
.Pratt City, Ala., hasmade an assign
J uient. Its depositors were almost ex
i elusively miners.
S At Tiilman, Texas, Saturdav ni:-'
, five masked men went the house of
Williams and compelled him to ib'.ivn
to them .$17". and two new 1
i An attempt has Wen made by ai:,r
chists to blow up the residence of eul
Mathelen, commander of the Fifteen!:
French army corps at Marseilles.
1 Charles Mitchell, the English pu .
ist, has signed a contract with N. .
York theatrical managers for an
gagement of two weeks at 52,50
At the recent Moravian synod
North Carol ina the sum of 57.50 a
raised towards the establishment of
an endowment fund for the Salofi
Burglars entered the residence o-
Walker Fowler at Gadsden, Ala., laol
Saturday night and stole a pair of dia
mond ear-rings, breast pin and ring,
amounting to . 1,000.
The international convention of Chr
tian ""Workers closed one of its m
successful sessions at Atlanta. Ga., ,..
Thursday night. Its next meeting wii!
be held at Toronto. Canada.
It seems definitely settled that tb
Corbet t and Mitchell lirht for world
championship and a 20,000 pur
$!0,0t;0 stake will take place a". ....
sonville, Fla., January v.",th. l.v44
Edge wood Seminary, a Pomin :
female institute, two miles from Ma :
son, Wis., was destroyed I) v tire la
Thursday. Alout fifty girls were ii.
the buildings, but there was no IoSj
The state of Georgia has taken pos
session of the Northeastern railrod
running from Athens to Lulu, a .
tion on the Richmond and D:. :
The state had endorsed the Northeas:
As a result of the international con
vention of Christian workers in At
lanta, Ga., a rescue mission will likely
be established, after the order of the
famous Jerry McCuuley mission in t.i.
citv of New York.
In consequence of the renewed ho--bailment
of Rio, stringent instruc-
t'tons have been received by the coin
I mariders of foreign warships to tal-e
all necessary stops to protect foreign
' property in the city.
i The jury in the case of Frank Poi
terfield, at Nashville, Tenn., failed t
ao-ree, and a mistrial was declared.
I Sherrill Hill, an attorney for the de-
: fendant. was fined -o for ealli tin
1 presiding judge a l.ar.
(iovcrni.r Turney, of Tenn'ssee, La
j offered a reward of S500 for the cap
tur- and conviction of the parties wh
, 1;. r.( iis'i three negro men and one v.
! man near Lynchburg, in Moore count
a few days ago. on a charge of bun
; a burn.
1 The five-year-old daughter of Mi.
! J. II. Poyas. of Atlanta Ga., was fa
tally burned last Thursday. By some
means her clothing caught fire from
the grate while alone in the room. "
Her mother was badly burned in her
efforts to save the child.
This government has notified Admi
ral Mello, the Brazilian insurgent
that it does not feel authorized to re
cogfiize his rights as a beligerent, he "
not being able to' establish either po
litical or military organization which
would entitle him to such recognition.
Birmingham, Ala., November 17.
Five prisoners in the Bibb county jail
at Centreville, Ala., made a desperate
effort to escape last night. They en
ticed the jailer into-the jail, beat him
almost to death, unlocked the door
and left. At last aceounts he was la
a bad condition. Hounds vrere put oa
the track aud one of the escapes has
Savannah, Ga., November 17. Silvia
Jaek-.on fi negro -woman, wan shot in
the back with lxth barrels of a shot
gun tonigh alxiUt 8 o'clock, by Z. G.
Morgan, out on the Exley plantation,
a mile from the city. She was in the
act of stealing potatoes from a field
on the plantation at the time, and
when ordered to halt failed to do so.
She was then fired upon and the
wounds will probably prove fataL
Morgan was held at the barracks to
await the result of her injuries.
Chen Baby wa sick, we 'gave her Castoria
Vhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
IPhen she became Miss, she clung to Castcria.
Then she b Children, she gave them Castort