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ABOVE A VOLCANO;
.Charleston Is ' Beatlnff Orer
' Seething Furnace of Fire,
A5 ERUPTIOX IS LIABLE AHTIMI
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CoultUH Armad wltii Wlachatera
Parade th- Street Hereafter in Pro 5
cntln's their Search for Llqaor , j
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XiARr.KSTOX, Si C January 30,WTb
town is very quiet today waiting or
the next move of Governor Tillman
thedbpensary war. The WaiMnton
l-ht ..infantry, . the rrack militery
"companr of the city, fclept on their
arms last night, bat had no occasion
to use them. There is much talk in
militia circle about this company. It
has taken a prominent part heretofore
An the history of the state, having en-'
tertatned the Old Guard, of New York,
.' and having visited Bunker Hill on the
'occasion of the centennial.-
'" United States Juthre C. n.fSimonton,
vhq (governor Tillman denounce! aa a
f 'dsral satrap, is an ex-commander of
thin corps, which lis composed -of the
elite of the city. Governor Tillman's
'call on them to guard his dispensary
constable is not rclLshed by the mem-
ljers.! The latest phase in me mauer
will probably laad to' noma queer de-
Velonmenta. The constables
tables are to be
riles and wil
itreets in their
arm.td with, improved
1irfRf ter nurade the s
hunt after blind tigers under arms.
Governor Tiliipan, Jn pardoning' Elli
ott, the constable who was sentenced
'for striking a woman, -whose house he
f was said tohave raided while drunk,
-said: "They (alluding to the people of
'Charleston) shall not put lving wit
neMes against a gentleman I know per- i
sonally to bo a gentleman. I would
' take Klliott's testimony against that of
any liquor dealer in Charleston or any
where else. Tbejre are numbers of peo
ple in Charleston who -woald not per
jure themselves, and such men shall be
;put on the jury or I will remove every
trial iastipe in Charleston."
, It should be mentioned that Elliott
was not tried by a jury. Ills lawyer
dispensed -: with a jury and asked the
' justice to tear the case himself. Six wit
nesses testified that he struck the, wo
man and ther evidence was unimpeach
ed... There was not much excitement in
the streetstoday, but the city is leaning
on a volcano, which is liable to "burst
'forth at any moment. ; In liable . to
Thirst, it may. be interesting ip note"
that the blind tigers are still holding
,the fort and doing a thriviag businces
t the bid stand. ;
"DeiiTer, Smith May lleet Jaekaoa.
' tit, Louis, January 30. Ed "Denver
f . Smith. wasin the eity today, for a few
, hours, on his way to Denver from the"
Jacksonville fight, where he spent
'some time vith Tom Allen. The sporting-
editor of -The Republic, shortly
after Smith left the city, received a
telegram from Louisville, ' stating that
' 'I'arson Davies, manager of Peter Jack
: son, was considering matching the big
black against the Denver man, for a
. fight, to take place before his meeting
with Corbett in June. Tom Allen said
to an, .Associated Press representative
-regarding the telegram mentioned
above. "If the parson is in earnest
'we'll have the money up in a weekV I
hope Smith can meet Jackson before
the latter goes against Corbett."
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Senator Hoar end the Reporter.
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! On the occaipp lot the lastii visit of
United States Senator George Fris
bie Hoar to New York he was ap
proached by a reporter for the New
York Press. He was walking up
and down the corridor, when the re
porter stepped up' to nim aisd said:
"Senator Hoar? "Yes, I'm Sena-,
tor. Hoar," .replied: the jenajor.
"Well, senator, I represent the New
York Press," said the reporter.
"You dohey?" responded, the sen-
ator, grurrjpilj5. "Well, sir, I m
glad to see ' the New York Press so
well represented. 'Good day, si?.'
AndJicxesjomciLhis walk.: . .
They Sneezed in Chorus. ,
i Rev. RS.' Hawker, in the course
v jof some reminiscences ,oi an aged
i friend of his, quotes an anecdote
. ..which this frend, himself a clergy-
.man, was fond of tellig- It is about
iamarriage ceremony and a pinch of
snuff, and, in the narrator's own
language, runs thus:
It was always the custom In those
tdays for the clergyman, after the
marriage, to salute the bride first.
before any other person. Well, it
was so that I had - just married a
very buxom, rosy young ladyjixnd
when it was over I proceeded to ob-
-serve tne usual cerempny.N
But I had just taken an enormous
finger-and-thumbful of snuff; so no
sooner had the bride received mv
kiss and T gave her a 6mart kiss
for her ood looks than she began
to; sneeze. The bridexrroom kissed
vhe.r, of course, aid he began also.
i hen-the best man advanced to
fue privilege, ueuer no naan t. for
1 " a a ...
j he begtin to sneeze awfully; and by
uiuu wjr ii,u; unuesmaiua aiso, ior tncy
were ail , Kissed m turn, till the
whole party went sneezing down the
aisie, anu the last thing I heard
outside the ohurch dnnr wm tAn
.tchu, tchu till the noise was drowned
py the bells from the tower.
New Story of Mark Twain.
A traveler now in town on a visit.
says. the New York Sun,' heard a new
story; about Mark Twain from an old
Mississippi ; river pilot with whom
vtt iniis uii; wuriLeu lor HWUUe
n a pilot house on that river: It
seems that. he came un .into th
pilot house carrying - an enormous
: and expensive blacktlavana cigar
y which excited theenvy of the mas-
h, ter pkot. ''Where did you get that
J cigar, Samf" the pilot asked. A
cuncuauu' luts cuoin cave- it to
the buddint? humorist.
. ih-i, uuyuu ininK you oucht to
lcep that cigar arid I ought to no
without it?" the" pilot asked.
' iww, "look here, said Mark
Twain. "I know- I am only- your
tlper and I'm . willing to play dog
JO youK ,Vou can throw sticks in
the water and let mejump in after
Vp. I'll Co whatever you say, but"
i r3 1 draw Ld in his peculiar
f .iv-:- ,;i . I ought to have
Uhildrcn Crv for Pitcher's Castorlai
Undo Sam's Efforts to OeJS Tbern
-" .. Into Alaska. :. i
Animal Desired That They j aj
Take the Flare of the 1Z Kaw
fjaerf How the S!hHa
" Katlvee Prlve Tbeos. ,
TJncle Sam has jgonc somewhat xt
tensively into the business of buying
reind"eerT and the first consignment H
now in the city, very much the wofsf
for wear,! says the San Franciscc
Chronicle. ' The animals arc the sec
ond of the kind ever brought to the
city. Borne tome ago two were
obtained for Golden Gate parjt, dot
one has since died. ' ; if
The animals were bought by the
government agent, H. Bruce, in bl- j
beria. The purpose of the purchase
is to introduce the reindeer in Alas
ka, where they will be used instdad
of 4 dogs.. It is impossible to use ;
horses, and dogs do not srve tne
purpose as well as they might. T j i
Some time ago t here was a season i
Hof the greatest distress among he j
Esquimaux m Aiassa. xne report t
of It led to a congressional investi-
gation and the appropriation of sev-1
eral thousand dollars, part or wtiicn
was to buy reindeer in Siberia and
hive thCm brought to Alaska. -Anl
- . f . $uiJ i- j I
agent was aispaicnea w oiuenn, auu
his first consignment . was siaxionea j
In a lot adjacent to the Lick paths.
The "greatest, difnculty was ex-'l
perienced In getting the animals i
herel Several died on the way and .
there are but six remaining. ! 'i . !
The animals will be used to great r
advantage at the north. They are j
small, but swift and powerful In
Siberia they cost five dollars apiece,
The natives have a peculiar way,; of.:
harnessing and driving the animals. )
The! harness is simply1 a band oyer j
the shoulders ana oetweon ip iegs. j
The deer is fastened to . the center!
and left of the sled, but not to the;
right, - It is steered by the hornsj
and covers the, ground as rapidly as)
a good horse. ' f
A BAD HALF HOUR.
He Got Away, But the Beauty of Thai
,,, Chair Was Ruined.
At the home of a popular girj in
this city a most uncomfortable half
hour was recently spent by a modest
youth who had called to see her. The
youth, is noted for both bashfulncss
hand nervousness. J
-The- night in question he went
with a friend to the girl's house, j He
took a comfortable seat in a large;
armchair, and, as was his habit, soon;
began to nervously poke his fingers
into cracks iind holes in fthe orua-:
mental parts of the chair.' lie shoved
one finger into a hole in this manner,;
but found, to his dismay, that jhis
knuckle positively refused to come
back throughthe hole. 1, f I
Theniore the young man worked to
release his finger the harder it, was,'
as the finger became swollen. The
youth was too bashful to mention thei
ridiculous predicament ;into which)
he had gotten himself, but bpreftho
pain in silence. He suffered ; untold
agony-for fear his friend would go
before he released his finger, j I i
Finally the hostess noticed his ap
parent uneasiness. The j'outh,' with
many blushes, then told the cause.
It was not until half an hour! later
that the bashful youth and the chair
parted company. The butler finally
succeeded In releasing the: fiiiger
with the aid of a hatchet and chlseU
but the handsome chair Is a thlng.of
the past. Louisville ourier-Jour
aaL 1 '!. I
, i maTernai uevotion. ; i
In the western part of Uassacho
setts, says the Churchman, a-fire re
sently destroyed a fine barn! on a
stock farm, and a number of blooded
horses and cows perished in d the
Soon after the fire the owner, '
walking over the ruins, caino upon
an object which touched him more
than the sight of the charred bodies
Dl his horses and Jerseys
There sat an . old black hen." Ho
I wondered that she did not move, her
Qead to look at him as he came near
I her, but be thouxrht she must be
asleep. He poked her with his cane,
nd his surprise the wing which he
touched fell into ashes. Then bo
I knew that she had been burned, to
l leath. "Ill
I T A A. m ' ?
I ou o rom unaer ner came a
paint little peep, and pushing her
raaup mw uia caac, voe man iouna.
I sen live yellow chickens. The hen had
I sacrificed her own life to save them.
J A Nlne-Yaar-Old Qiantesa. '"
Gurley, in the Point Roekjvalley,
North Alabama, has a prodigy in the
shape of nlne-yeaTHold whits child.
Her name b Lizzie Bcale,? and her
parents are among the best people in
Jackson county. She weighs one hun
dred and ninety-two pounds iand is
possessed of enormous strehgthj She
can with the greatest ease lift' and
carry oft an anvil weighing two hun
dred and I twenty-five pounds land
.cancarry off a big man who could
scarcely lift her from the ground.
Her hair is very long, and she has
regular, beautiful foaturea.Ai
track by aa Express Trabs.
Wabjiek, O., January 30, Th weat
boond ChicAo express on th Pittsbw
and Western railroad struck and killed
Joseph Simons, a prominent resident of
Girard. lie was .thrown nearly tbjrtt
feetj and death was inatajitaneoasT
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Tatal Aecldeat at a W
Clkvixaxdv January 3Q.At a
ding-reception at the rsidenol Henry
Aiayer, )M Astor axenne. last nlrrht.
Annie Cowen waa accldAntiT
Louisa Mayer, who was playinir with a
cowen-s brain and she wuilu
(TLOHLS5 CUBE) -
" ; My
VERf IMPORTANT ONE.'
S Saye Wlhon la Regard to the Meeting of
the Eeeattre Committee, CaUM. ,
SYAsnwoTos, February 4. WUllam
Li Wilson, chairman of the ways and
ans committee, who Is also chairman
o the executive committee ol the na
tional association of Democratic clubs,
has called a meeting1 of the latter com
mittee, to be held at the Ebbitfc House,'
BOH. WTTXfAW U WTLOH.
(n honor of whom the new tariff bill
I ? is namea.j
Washington, on February 8th. Mr.
Wilson states that the meeting- will be
very important one," and insist1)
that every member shall be present.
The call was not given to the press, but
was sent out from club headquarters to
each member. On February 8th the
tariff bill will be in the senate, and it
Is said the administration and the lead
ers in the house feel the necessity for
wider organization and more system
atic popular discussion.
irhe democratic club organization of
1902 is intact, and the manasrers sav
his been improved by a great deal oi
quiet worn in tne interval, ine mem
bers of Chairman Wilson's committee
are as follows:
JChauncer P. Black, Pennsylvania,
iBoswell P. Flower, New York, treas
urer. Xawrence Gardner, District of Co
sB. O. Monroe, New York; George H.
Lambert, New Jersey, H. Welles Husk,
Maryland; A. Tankony, Minnesota;
Benton ' McMillin, Tennessee; James
Fen too, Washingtan; C C. Richard?,
Utah; L. M. Martin, Iowa; John C
Black, Illinois; Henry Watte r son, Ken
tucky; J. 8. Carr, North Carolina;
Michael D. Hartea, Ohio; Don M. Dick
inson, Michigan; W. A. Clarke, Mon
tana; Jefferson M. Levy, Vtrgin'a.
1 BRIEFLY STATED.
: f ' ,
Gathered from all Parts of the Country by
The Czar Is much better.
. The price of silver has risen, owing
rto action by the Indian council.
SmallpVs epidemics have broken out
t Council Bluff s and New Hampton, la.
The body of Itosina Vokcs has been
buried in the Brompton cemetery, Lon
don. fThe carnival in Quebec has attracted
thousands of vi&itors, and is a greet
I An anarchist named Merltne has been
arrested in Kaulcs, aft
I Dr. MoQlynn said
and the clergy
schools are improper
should not teach.
iMffr. Satolll will return to Eotae
when the pope feels that his owa lifj
U) about to closo.
A train struck a sleijrh filled with
scholars in Pall River. Mass.. and
killed three of them.
i Count Pesadowski declared in tho
rcichstag that Germany could not bo
the first to disarm.
! Anarchists In London have threat
ened to blow up the French embassy if
; auiaat ue executed.
Valllant, tne bomb thrower, has not
;been executed yet in Taris. An appeal
n Do tore resident Carnot.
I Boston's aldermen have appropriated
500,000 for park improvements in order
to give work to the uncrap loyod,
Annie Clark, a colored nurse, has
ibeen arrested in St Louis for brutally
peaiiug' a -year-oia cmia. rfne child
WUl ale. ;
I The outraire at the American lega
tion quarters in Borne, is believed to
nave Been, aimed at Minister Potter
j, Th Lottery Attempt at Port Tampa.
WaSHSSOTOST. Pebntur n Th ml.
jeffed attempt to ro-establish the Louis
iana lottery under a nominal Honduras
Charter atPort Tampa Qity. Fla., waa
not unknown to Senator paseo, who
has been interestlncr himaeli la the
mbjeet for the past lew days and look
insr Into the law. with the end in viw
pi doing all he can to remove the evil
from the state. If there is not suffi
cient power in his own state Mr. Pasco
lays ne will brtnjr the matter before
out Its Adoption Very Doubt fuL
Wasuixqtox, February 6.- Promi
nent democrats from all over the coun
try who are on terms of intimacV with
the president have been called to Wash
injrton to work for Mr. Peckham's con
firmation. Among the late arrivals is
x-Gov. Francis, ol Missouri. Those
who eould not come have been called
upon to write. Indeed, the adminis
tration has expended more strength.
upon this matter than it did upon the
Silver bilL It has
Dickinson andJosiah On.m 'iYwi.
5.mat'er comes nP before the senate
juuiciary committee. The commtt.e
has agreed to vote at noon.
Th FcsUvltlea la New Orleans.
New OstEAXS, Fetrcary 6. -The fes
tivities today will be inaugurated by
the arrival ol Kin' Rex, the Boston
Lances acting as body-guard to his
majesty. The past two Liv has seen
a tremendous influx, of distinguished
visitors from alt over the United States
notably among these are Richard
J.roker,ithe Tammany chieftain, Gov
$rrT h?ri: aud otharai
For Malaria, Lirer Trou
I IKbm'S IRON "3 IT THE?
wmm , ask uumiuu upuiau,
ifv rA Tr. m& a hi.. u! jjr j a isr-?""'"'- i i u u l h i iirr i .
Cures when all else fafls.'
Testimony of Mr. M. L. CUHE
OF HICKORY, N. C. . A
wife has used the Electropoise j
tor AStnmaanu croncnius, anu is iu j
tetter health than for twenty years?. '. J
WRITE US. :l
We send all . infortntion and testis
monlals free. " ;. " xv ; ". -'
7 " WaslungtontD. C. : N.
Lessens Pain, Insures Safety to
uxe ox motner ana c&iia.
My wife, after having nsed Mothers'
Friend, passed through the ordeal
with little pain, was strong Df ON
hour than in a week after the birth
of her former child.-J.J.McGoLCUCX,
Bean Station, Tenri.
Mothers' Friend robbed pain of Its
terror and shortened labor. IbavethshesV
tbiest chad I ever saw. ,
Mu L. li. Ahbkn Cochran, Ga.
Exprcd tauy uldren, Axrn prepxid, om r
cdptuf price. $La per bottfcr. For baW by ail Druy
KADF1U REGULATOR. CO-. AttMtt.Ce. 4
Col. Streetsr's Encounter with a TOugh
rCol. Strecter, a Floridan, told the
toological reporte'r of the Washing
ton Star a good oue the other night'a!
the Riggs. One of the colonel's hand
was missing, and, knowing the ser
tion from which he hailed, the re
porter naturally expected to get a
first-class war stor3'. Dut he didn't
The hand was not lost in the fratri
cidal struggle. It was the work of
an all ira tor. or, as they cull them In
the land where the reptile builds it.
nest and roars its young, a 'gator.
"Well, -it happened a long time
ago," said Col. Strcetcr, 4and if I
had not told the story so often I
think I should fcave forgotten it.
When I was a young fellow, chuckful
of dazzling dreams and ambitious
schemes, 1 used to hunt gators for a
living. The hide of one of Uhese
brutes is worth all the way from one
dollar to four dollars, according to
size, condition and ajje. I had a big
flat-bottom boat, sort of a compro
mise between . batteau and a sand
scow, and I used to cruise at night
on a lake not far out of.Tampa. One
dark night I shoved off. After I
had reached the most alligatorial
part of the lake I lit a fire on one
end of the boat. These craft are
arranged especially for this, so there
Isn't much danger of the whole
thing going up in smokcWell,
when ray rosin knots began to blaze
and splutter and sizzle as rosin
knots will, It , wasn't long before a
big 'gator, raised his head out of the
lake to fee what the illumination
meant. To a bbweomer there isn't
any more horrible sight this side of
the, other world than a great long
'gator lyiug close-to you and grin -oing
at you with his ripsaw ivories
Girder the weird glare of pine knots.
3ut I didn't think of this, for I wss
an old hand at the business. Bang,
and a Sharpo gun relieved that 'ga
tor of all earthly care and trouble. 1
hauled him iu and stretched Lira out
in the bottom of my boat, lt was
a good night for the . sport, and the
'gators seemed to be especially-inquisitive
as to the meaning of that
fitful light. That trusty riflo spoke
again and again, and one by onb 1
landed the victims in the old boat
The last one cam? to tho top pretty
close to daybreak. Ho was a savage
looking old-timer. He was what
with propriety we might call a hard
shell 'gator. He looked at mo in an
insulting sort of ?ayt and I resented
his impertinence. I brought him
into tho bout. There, isj us t where
1 made my mistake: That alligator
wasn't all the vuyjlead. He seemed
to havc-iots of energy i stored up
somewhere, auxljic turned oa me,
,Wehad a light right there in the
boat. Before I could pump some
pills into him he had mi What a
wrestling match it was
man, that's what's the matter
the end of that arm." i
. WIHCUKYK1 -
A Bright Lad,
Ten years of age, bat who declines to five his
name to the public, makes this authorized,
couflUeutlal statement to us : L-
"When I was one i
off cotismnotion. '
! year old. my mamma died
The doctor aajd that I.
too, would sonn dt. nml aU nnr ueiirhhnr
thought that even if 1 did not die, 1 would
neer be able to walk, beesnse I was so
weak and punv. A gatUcriiiff formed and
broke under my arm.. I hurt my finger and
it paUiered auil threw out pieces ol bone.
If 1 hurt myself so as to hrenk the skin. It
was sure to become a runiuujr sore. 1 Itad
to take lots of medicine, but nothing has
dime me so much good as Ayera 8arapa
rilla. It bas made me well and stroug.''
M., Koreatur, Kans.
Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer ft Co Lowell, Maaa.
Cures others, will cure you
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is sffect "August ix.iws.- i
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B&TWEEN WE8T POIMT
Leave West Point 1 .5 A. M. eaily. and s.ss A. M.
Jally except 8anlay"aDl Monday; arrlv Klcn
mood .o and 1t.40 A. M. Retarnlnf leave hicb-
mood s.ic ana 4.43 p. M . asiiy except saaasy; ar-
rtve west Point s.ot and
BET-RICH K.OMD AND RALEIGH VIA
Leave Richmond 1J.40 P M. dally; leave Keys
vlUes.4P. M.; arrive Oxford S.M P.M.; Hendrr
son 7.10 P.M., Durham 7.14 P. IT., Kslrlgb t.st A.
in Retaratag KhWte a 1 sm, dally, Darbam 4.15 am
Henderson 7.15 p. If., Oxford ..44 A..M.; arrive
KeysvlHe 10.10 A. Wrhmond t.os P M. Dally.
Mixed troin Nol (I leaves Keysvlll.e daily exoept
-mnday,40s m., Oxford, tt a m. and arrives
Durham lttsam. Mlqed train No. 30 leaves lur-
jiixeu rruiD no. is iravea uxioro, aaiiy excrpi
Sunday. liSA. M .and ant Ives Durham 4.15 A. M.
Mixed Train No SO leaves Durban, daily except
Sundaj , 7 JO A. M and Arrives Oxford, t.io A.M.
Trains on O. A. H. R R., leaves Oxford cos A M.
ally except Sunday. 11.45 A.M.. dally, and t so P.
VI., dally except Sunday, and arrive Henderson .so.
A. M., 1S.4U P. M.. and 7.10 P.M. Returning, leave
Henderson S.05 and 7.8o P. M dally except Mtnday
and arrive Oxford t. A. M., 3.16 P. M. and MS P, M
Nos. as. ss and 38 codnect at Riebmond from and
to West Point and Baltimore dally except Sunday.
On Trains Nos. 35 and 38. Pullman Buffet Sleeper
between New York and Atlanta.
On No. 3V and 38, Pullmnn Sleeplrjr Cars New
York t New; Orleans. New York to Augusta and
Washlngten to Memphis, and Dining car New York
to Montgomery. j
Trains Nosi ll and -1? run solid between Rich
mond and Atlantr and curry PullmonSleeplngCars
between Klcbmond, Danville iind Greensboro.
Trains Nor. 11 and ij, W.N. C. Division, carry
Pullman Parlor Cots between Salisbury, Ashevlue
ind Hot Sn rings. -
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