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UALEIOH. SOUTH CAROLINA, NOVEMBER 22, 1900.
K un.'NED AT THE STAKE
-UAC.NCS fCS MERCY FALL ON DEAF
TO BREAK UP THE MILK TRUST. j WlREUSS TELEGRAPHY FOR NAYY.
. v wt. Las' In i-atlo UtU orth aui
, Soutti t olot-l Il1 Kurii i
;;urtlTr Taiana Han KIot.
;.! , Col. Nov. 17. l t t . 1
'V.ii-r, a negro boy who ravishe
. a i uic.nl toa L ute Fp3t, wai .a I
a iu turned to death at tu Vfc
kii.-n where, th crime wns eoiuuiit
i Porter d.td a teiriblo de.ih
1'itcuiuK (ilc of h ir i. A'. 0:23
iiiu tatuer f the murdered girl
ph. d tli torch. S.inu minutos lt
Utr I'orter ws uncouscions, and !
iwouty minute uotulug but a char
i ml miiss uf ll.h remained of tbe n,"
(. Tuu tho bo?ird-i wrrf etttr-d
A th it tines shot up. Now cnly a
tudl pile of ashes about a pieieof
rutr'ad rail marks the spat when
tbe murder avenged. Fa-iav
ttj dark blur in tho yellow piaine
tfie only remaining inttk of the -po
nre the little sriri received bt
iJt-ath wounds, the negr boy mil
irrt-d ihe tortures of the damn d uu
ti! W a'li nut . m rclful etd to b ;
hc IT ri"gs. About ou th.- opeu oral
rif io .d four hundred men, sdent
and vrun. A few tnockf d hi" crim
f pain, but moxt of thtiin stood i
Lu tbe eiribj which bad r"en
formed befor- he nvtiu was applied
to the neap of f?ots.
Dallas, Text", N v. 10. Three, ae
yros were lynei.d ltu lightio Me
llon cnuutr, T. xs. A uvb ot ab mi
tuouHaud Dttt-o ov rrowert d the
itilratJ fl rdu, to k Jim bSthw,
KaroMvsftiMl ItelryBMm of I.o.ylai !
I a 1IIIL ...... I
- Mil rwc to tumuum
Phi adelpbia, Nov 1 A fljfht U
brewing bcwen the ,oclatd Milk
fci.'taoe. co rum only known as th
Mi a . rut, and th farm-r and Dmi
rtnen ot Pnoyl?aaia, Mw YOrkai d
w Jersey. TLe rxpfcted outcome
will b a revolution in ilieprloeo' iuiik
to th avrrae co auuier. lnhi city
al n upward of o0,U00 quart of mil
are uil daily, for which tecooiunit-r
pay $21,00 J or thht larg-e atoouut the
fartiit-ra and iiairmeu recei e about
19,000, While the trut and U Uiatriba
tora rake In $1B,0U I luring the u tu
rner the farmer rrceiv tw aud thr
4urter cent a quart f.r the milk sup-
P aai in mij winter three ent a
quart. 1 he city houeh dder payeiffht
wnw atiurt aua the proc to the rut
over Ji6(J per c- in Aa U la, farmer.
dairmeu and couuraer have uolbtug
'oaay about t e luuuatri. I he truat
i ot only Him the retil prices, but it
a a- Orcide at what rate the fartue rj
hal part with their product. A can-
van lor month ha been aroinir on
liO- jf the farm ra and the dairymen
of JNe York. New Jeraey and li n-
HiVnia, and it is proposed to do away
wtiuiiie trortia and the uuddleiueu,
who are gatheririir in all th : protiu.
aud rll the iuiik a.i nearly m poihle
lirecttothe couttuinrf. iii iti wty
t .e farmer will get a better price for
the milk and t' e couumer wili Mave at
least two cents ou each quart
THE DEWEY ARCH REMOVED.
A Hcramble A won; I telle Hooters to !Se
care of the "Victory" -Figure.
New York. N iv. 15 A d z u
men with pickaxes, crowoar , snd
shovels appeared at Madison Bqoaie
thm evening to begin the work ot
removing toe Dtey area. lu a f w
moments the laborers paild aa
the heavy co&tiutr arouud the bane
of the pedtif 1, situated oa the park
side near Tweuty-flf th street.
A crowd c'Uid, and relic huut
erh by the score appexred, seeking
to oh am some cuon ot the sculpt
ured figure of "Victory," which or-
uameuud the front ot the columns.
Tne tkeletou of the eoiamn was
I tid bare in a few m nutea, and tbf
wood wot k was torn apart and laid
i t an . i
uu tue eiaewais. xue wota was
done under the direction of a fore
man ot the department of streets
1- reeman I' rfcuue and LhjiH Min
to a T. xic &. I'acinc ra lrol bndnre,
a few miles iroiu towi , and hanged
them from thn irick Umbers. Toe
negioes wre it, j il hwcaim' of mu
lru aHhult iooa If S alkup, oi!
Jtfferoi), wli'fii numd ou 'he
night of Nov S u. Ir. 8 allcup was
afacked in his ra?n after havn g re
turned from a prof) o al visit, d
was rendered un-conactou tr m "
blow ou th" hmd Tfe inre ne-
ut-ihh wer- ti"ti ur'ext d ai d cou-
ffsed ihir cnn, xaviug thir ob
lect was r bnny lnroats or ven-
iHHiif wet inndn and to avert it
bberlff 1'aywt.od pirited his prison
era into the country, where he put
them in hiding uotil Handay mtcai;
then he brought them back to j il.
The j til is aim 'st a mile f rem town.
It ia isolated and secluded.
Onlv the i tiler lives there, the
heriff's residence being a mile away
Last niffht the nvo'a movfrnTits
Were ao outet that they had the ja 1
surrounded before any one knew of
their presence. When the j tiler eaw
them he ran to the telephoueto coin
municate with the sher ff . Tne wire
had been cut and the door was
knock, d in, and a squad of about 60
eaterrd the buildlutf. There w. re
no prelimioanes or paleying. Five
or mix men eix 'd tbe i tiler without
raakinif a d im-tnd for tho net?r ims,
and niuiomnir hi arms, took b)8
keva from h'm. Then a depa'ation
of twenty watered tho cage aud got
The negates cowered down, beg
Cblf or tb VaaJ llun-tu of KqntpaifBl
ltooDna;nl It A o.M U-r l ot a.1 KcliMe
uflU Sob1 17, liMil.
The reort uf Admiral UrvltorVl,
chief f the naval bureau of eiule
uieut, Mft forth the durability of
naval Matioit at Quaiu, empbaiiztng
the. importance .f the 1-UqI a- a na
val La-?, it Item thy only Unite I
rittten port between Hawaii aul the
I'lnlippineH. The. amount of coal
being consumed by the uavy U in-cra-ing
year by year, and iti Oot
la-t year a v eraifel nearly $2 a tou
more tfinn dining tn liberal year f
iHy. Adoiiral liradfttru again rts-
neWH iii.- recomuit uoationt for new
naval coal depot.-, aud dwell upon
the great mfennity of, iiiaiuUiuin
an t-Ricient eoal wuply wherever na
val ojieratioufl might be looked for.
'I he bureau recomiiiendfi the In
stallation of the Mirconi Myatem of
wireless telegraphy on board of sev
eral shlpM of the navy, provided it
car bo done at a reaotiabio cost.
The admiral state that theaurvey
by tlie United States hhip Xeni for a
traa-vPacitic Hub-marine telegraph
cable between Honolulu and the
Philippine Islands was unst bucceM
fully avompll.shed, and that a Hati;
factory route for an all-American
cable to connect the Pacific coast with
the outlying colonial iKWHeasions ot
the United States in the Pacific and
with China and Japan, has been din
covered, thoroughly explored, sur
veyed and mapped. The bureau is
now ready to lay the cable at any
Tvto parties were Rent Into the
field by the Naval Observatory to
witneas the total eclipse of the sun,
May 28, 1900. The result, says Ad
miral Bradford, was, as a whole, buc
i-eshful, there being, h iwever, some
failures with minor instruments.
Attention is called to the fact that
another total eclipse of the sun will
occur May 17, 1901, which will be
remarkable on account of the long
duration of the totality, and of the
high altitude of the sun. An esti
mate to enable the Observatory to
send an expedition to witness this
eclipse will be submitted.
BtC CEAL III ARMOR PLATE.
I t. Ikrae l-aJ I A tlt Krrj
Mad' tty o-rHwnt -'! wo on. pan-
to hunib tb Armor M a M ailiaam
t'rice ot f 1 a. i".
Washington. Nov. 1&. Secretary
Long tolay Eiinoumwl the cuwlu
mon of the long controversy over
the price of armor plate for naval
vewv-H and an agreement with the
t'arnegie Company and Bethlehem
Compauy for Krupp armor at S4'o
a ton with the poHfible addition ul
royalty le feee, making the maxi
mum price $455.o2 a too. The
am ityit of armor involved is the
largest ever placed at one time by
the Government and ia said to equal
all the armor plate purchased by the
r;ivrnriient UD to 18y6. It Covers
the armor for wjveuteen blp now
in various stages of construction, In
cluding eight battlenhlps, six armor
,h cruisers, &"d three protected cruis
The following official statement
was given out concerning the agr-e-
"The Navy Department has c.m"e
to an agreement with the Carnegie
and Bethlehem Companies for Krupp
armor of tho first-class, amouutn g
to 24,950 tons for $420 a ton. The
Krupp process Involves the Harvey
patent, validity of which is now un
der consideration by the courts and
it U further agreed that the Govern
ment will aumeln addition any li
ability for the Krupp proces not ex
ceeding 5 pounds sterllug, or $24.32
a ton for Krupp royalty and not ex
ceeding the United States license fee
..f Si 1'20 for Ilarvev royalty. The
maximum prit-e to the Government
in therefore $455.52 a ton, subject
to dimunition iu case of any reduc
tion in the foregoing royalties.
jvitCINUCQllECCFQI YOUIt lACIfsl
TAIER f tOM JAIL IT A MSft.
ENGLAND COMPELLED TO
SEND M0UE TROOK TO
CAPE COLONY OUTCN JOIN TNEt
AbMi 7 S.OOOi tawarmacw !.
It.Be, V, Nor. 16-Vlr-
n tvtl Whl lb Mm" mf l.
Alttffuarir, N.C Nov. 15. A
i-nmd of mm l.rol Into ttJH
glnla tV4i.-K au institulloa f.jr h-n. Iat nkht ami took frwu i ell
young 14 lien, aituattl Ju.-t ouUid J,4,n Knot, I tiru rharl with
the city limit of lloaiioke, ulu- killing lr. Iits a iwulow.t tnfc-
tally dewtmyeil by flre at an early phyiclau of thla txwnty. It U fui
hir VeliHday morning. It wa kt.own whwher be wa lytu 11
a .-dnirt while after h rumg be41 t... Varioaa tDjori ar beli t
had t-ij rung, when It w dl-axjv- hi motlrv.
ered the hall way of Ut big build- After Luv'a Milkti th la!
ing Wfi? flUed wlih auioko. The Auu-t, Knox wa ui"td -fgiv
young laIIja rr notified to lusiio Ing hi in pulaou. A crowd toik bin.
time In getting out of the building; at that .Utl thrtriMl tolyDCi.
to Mop for nothing. The word w a fm. 0 roull having arisen
quickly ed around and the your, whitman powder on totna'.or th.
lailes 150 lu number, madethIr ihetlay befur LoVa demth, arwl
way out, many of them thinly clad, tH, a Jo th dM t
hardiy any with auythtng morr Vann Syke of Union county, wb.
man tne eimoieet eiKiumeH oi ti liumUht! ttie tajwder. hvt l
IVr and HteyT Tofrtkoi-Mlan Own
er liefua to hoIiler Tr 1 -tx aod
Thivai-n to AU th-4 Uoera-Km grr la
Kecent reports frou Konth Africa
ssythatin "ape Colony the Detch ma
jority are supplying hundreds of re
cruits to the Boer CooimandoeH, and
organizing to commence a rebellion
against British authority.
The British- army commands the
country only within the email radiu
of its effective reach Death from en
teric fever are again growing numer
ous, vhile every day Boer activity ac
counts for several British soldiers be
ing either dead, wounded or missing
Lord Koberts is still obliged to re
main in Pretoria b-cau3 ir ctnnot be
sfely trustee to the railroad to Cape
l own. and the subi'isration of the re
WOMAN THREW AN AXE AT EMPEROR.
Sbe Waa Arreeted But la Thong-tat to Be
Brewiau, Nov. 17. While Emper
or Wil iam, with the Prince of 8axe
Meiulngen. was driving in an open
c trriaae to the barracks here yes
terdav. a woman threw an axe at
the KmpHror The axe fell short
of his cairihge. The woman wits
arrcBted. No one waa hurt by the
woman's act. The Emperor was
very cool and he and prince Bernard
coutinued their drive to the bar
rack; as though nothing had hap
pened. The woman is believed to
Student Meets Wltli Accident.
A distressing accident occurred at
the A. and M. Tollege at noon Fri
day In which Mr. J. B. Gilmor, a
cadet was badly tnjurea.
He was putting on a belt in the
laihe shop when his arm got caught
under the belt and was rraotnrea
in several places from the elbow to
the lower joints, and badly racera
He was taken to the College Hos
pital and Dr. J R. Rogers soon ar
rived and attended him. It is fear
ed that his arm may have to be
amputated at the elbow.
The injured young man is irom
Vavnt sville,and a son of Hon R.
1). Gilmer, who is to become Attor
How the State's Cash Stands.
Chief Clerk Denmark, of the
Treasury Department, has given out
the following statement of the con
dition of the State Treasury:
Balance ou hand December 1, 1898,
Receipts during the year 1899,
Receipts during the year 1900,
Making the total receipts for the
two years, $3,025,963.07.
This adds to the balance on hand
December 1, 1898, makes the total
resources S3 211,242.98.
They have been disbursed as fol
Expended during the year 1899,
Expended during the year 1900,
Making a total for the two years
of $3,069,254.91, which is$141,98S
.07 less than the resources.
The above includes:
Bonds sold from invest iment ac
count to the amount or $148,388.09.
But for Hi is sale, therefore, there
would have been a deficit for the
two years of $6;399.93.
The above statement covers from
December 1. 1898. to the close of
business October 31, 1900.
LEPROSY'S SPREAD IN THE EAST.
Haifa Million Caaea in India, China Haa
tie Same aud Japan 200,000.
Mr. Stapleton, writing to The
Temple Magtziue on mission work
among lepers, makes the following
"India has about halt a million,
China probably as many and Japan
200,000 registeied cases. The mo
ment leprosy appears in a man, wo
man or child, banishment is irrevo
cably decreed. There is no pity or
compassion, for lepers, young or old
are turned adrift as unclean things
on the highways and by-ways and
are dependent for substance on tht
casual doles of food thrown to them.
In India the leper loses caste which
i recr&r ded the worst doom. In
Japan he is treated with the greatest
cruelty. The same is true in umna
The leper there is often put to death
by fire without compunction, and re
ligion has not a ray of hope for him
in the next world.''
mg ptieoQsiy, but they nuinea tne Qn, rai Qf North Carolina next
doixnu.i men awav to the place or , '
execution. rd when their work bad
been accomplished quietly disap
Yorkvlllo Graded School lJumed
link Hill,H.C ,N .v. 16. A tel
ephone message fr m Yotkyille te'la
of the burning of the graded school
at tbat piace this morntug. Fire
was discovered ear y in tbe morning
acd it was thought to have Win die
tirgaished, but u broke out again
ahout eleven o'clock and the budd
ing was completely destroyed. The
school of about two buodrtd pupi's
wan ia aeBrfiou waen the fire was dis-
iuiTr.il th s ootid time, bat all
weru marched trom their respective
The building was the joint proper:
jy of several basinet meu of Y'ork
ville, and was formally tbe York
. ille Fmale Colleee. Io its day it
was a handsome building, but it wns
not at all suited for a grided ochool
It was bnilt at a cost of $12 000 acd
was lnanftd for only 2.1KXJ.
The school will be discommoded
In the Federal Court at Ashevill
Thursday a true bill of mdictmeat
wa fouad against W. J Pmtell,
charging him with having refused to
register qual fid voters in the Au
gust election, and therefore with
bedroom. Then was little con
tusion and no great exciU inetit. A
soon as meu reached the bcvim th y
cheerfully Umnod their overcoat oj
the girls in light ctaduuie. Some
of the neightairs In the uieauwhile
brought blankets od the girb Im
had the least clothing went into
The fire started in the toiler nam.
exactly how is not known. It made
given a prvlltniuary trial. tit wa
rele.tJ ou ItirUlF.vlent evid.-iov
Knox V lajuud over to onirt,
plaoJ In Jail and rviualnl tli-n
uutil lat night. TbetTowd -aitii.
at midulght an.l demande.1 ttw-Jai!
kev of Sheriff McCain w -! n fa-l
to give them up T1mv th--n u W
ed out a hole lu the wall at tr- I
of Hk .stairway leading to th-c 11.
secun! Knox and thrust him
quick work and in if than two through the hole In the wall t
hours the buildings were entirely twenty-five men uuUide. Th-y al
destroyed. The dewks from the bu.-l- l.wtl hiiu to get to hi f-t. H
news omce ana a lew artlclux oi ran ui the rtrei t eafe. alibiugti
turniture was aliout VII that was doxetisof pltol I
Kived. The building was of !rl k lilm on all fide).
and fitted with all modern conveni
ences. The l.ss is $75,000, with
about $25,000 insurance. The build
ing Itelonged to Miss Harris and
ill were tired ik.ik
Som claim that It wa a erowdol
Sykt' frleiils who feareit the evi
dence might Implicate Kykt; e
they released him n iKirj!1
Others think it wa acnwdof Iovt-
Mrs. lioat wright. The students wdl
publics Is less complete than when he be kept together In Roauoke a few friends who feared the evident-, .l
entered Pretoria months afiro. days until it is tlccidcU where the uiued under force might not con
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vlct. Sheriff McCain expnfssl th.
opinion that the negro was lynched.
FAMINE SUFFERING IN INDIA.
Hue to.Kzorbitaut ltritiau Taxation and
In a late issue of the New Kng-
land Magazine, J. T. Suno rland
tells the c.tosM of ramine sutlering
in India, lie declares that there
Gen. Pe Wet and President Steyn are school w ill resume.
n the western partes the Oracge rrej;
tate aud Botha and Viljoen in the
eastern Transvaa' Other grotps nr
really composed of guerrd'as
A recruiting depot is oemg etiai-
lishedin London to mpply 1000 men
foroen Baden- Powell's South A ir can
police force and reinf rcing detach
ments are c n-tntly going to join the
regiment- In the Transvaal
The statement made by the British
authorities that mine owners would be
compelled to psy the expenses of the
war has tilled tne nig minirg compa
nies with consternation, home ot tne
leading corporations have open'y made
threats that they will a o tne uoers
win their n dep-ndence beiore tney
will pay the expenses of the war.
President Kruger nas lanaeo at, nr-
seilles France. It ha been ascertain
ed that h. is a special envoy, duly era-
nowered bv the g ivernments ot ine
t ransvaala' d Orange Free State to fully eatlsty the cravings of huo
present their clain s before the Kuro- ge'", and from Sir Charles Ellloit,
nean nower3. aud if given opportunity ihuf rmmUiinner of AMam. that
oo treat for peaoe with the British Gov-Uha!f tnH agricultural population The little 1 -year-old child ofGeorg,
erimieui. f hum In nnt Irnnur (rnm nnn xt.iu r a I V....-..I I llulmr vir ! Miiuv'i 1111
ial states that Parl a- ""Vr L i. !v" . r - -srw .,..-.... y" - j -
Train 'Wrecked oa tk amboard.
Charlotte, N. C, Nov. 15.The
Chariot te-lound Seaboard mil traii
was delayed last night eeveral lusiif
by a wreck: lift ween Hamlet aini
llockingham, caused by tbe break-
has boen almost always plenty of in of a wheel. Al ter the train hao
fo)d Hi India alone without calling
for fo id el e-where, but on account
f British taxation the people,
whose crops fail are too poor to buy
He quote from Sir William Bun
ter, (or many yetrs head of the In
dian Statistical Bureau, that some
.'orty millions of the peoDle of In
dia a e seldom, or never, able to
got iuto Monroe there was a clll-loi
in the yard, which Miiashed up a
la.seenger car, but did no damage t
the laLssengi-rs. The train flnallx
reacheI Charlotle ctxl-lderably !a
hind Hchetlule time, but in gol
cisuiiD iypis cyi pitrr.
"itr. iiU lAtMluurk.
Mr. MuittM??. Vitm to tw r-tiaUjs
lal tnary atl 1m rj;t V D4
-Ul-lljfc l Ua aiil Infv4-nal
lie ha 1 e.ry a-Jtai?-' it tlo rjr
la-ii-a a ai.r- i ai:ticiaa
ut tf-- tiT--.i tu tho ill-
llat litnll. iU-r at l ha.l Of
th Ia.q,-rart. t4ftt.laatiott.
Nr. with the t an I .m a b.thX, mi
"t. Tt. mid f dfi.U.. jf ora
f'Ct it 1 iru- irt-rt b-'.. Ttro-
atonal fht ha- --u U:tr aodlf It
l'sa nut remuii lu itfu dauti U
the I Wnoxt ali party tt iii Urn avr
Mvirgantta)! Hera a
Mr. SimunMi with all hUahrww-U
nt I ie.d a tyjsal North roila
ian, be l.- tti4 r' i to tho gm
.-ral Vol. tif tte S at a. king U
lia'ae ll lf lnrl al-rxaid. Im ta a
l-ial i l.-.l.-r not Iributx arS
-lotliilig but 11plllitllieOt l lb
-tore 1 tt li IiIi.-Ia, aliu roafkbi
out for a i;ret cn-r. 11 I a
dohhl lucn, t.t tcrowing ut
he U-t of l.lm i ! ftlixl. N cr
Umly bear him ii j. riial III wlii,
Ixll aoul'l le fal' to tiira lttt did
e i.r r tl Site tsHiratulatixjs ofa
hi rhxtioli, wliih vt c do ut fl
del whUh tlw fm lu the aMM do
Vta.ter' V.-. kly.
rsuos da not !atg th l
I hat t'bairiiiao Siui'iioii uJ tb
ltrty math uery to r.iiit hi mv
onal ambition. It u a t;ot fair,
t . a -a
4IKI we luqa llM-l.ke,l n H UV
crvur agam In i-nh anUiiA
i or t rith i-iii niiii Mr. Slmuioct
tiur.' lu w iriiig In at id out um tb
motwy tpteiitll. Ida Io!byi)g to d
feat the 1a oil tie gnaa rivl4a of
the tailnwds, aiel IIh a Mitlooal fat
tbat tie Miral by and aw a riHiotaf
f his law Mrtu cut tlx -ry ail uut
d'the M.ens anti-lrust Mil and
o-ard hi di iaratioJi that there Hen
io tru-ts in North Carolina, wllh-
nit oja-ning his luouth by way of
prot.; that a In k f f.oo f.
hitdiy.iig lu t ne us- la-fore ttH I g-
lature was made yal'e to Sim-
lions 1'ou .v ari, Hand. ur
I urges remain uiiuwenl. They
an not U i luted. Mr. Siniuion,
ibough, is to have hi 'ay" for bla
woik as Chairman.
Thrrss ( hlldrrn Harnrd to Ihnala.
Favetteville. N. C, Nov. 5-
k. Lot don spe'
ment will assemble Deo 8 to vofc the
expenses of the war in South Africa,
which are now expected to amounc to
BOULDER FALLS ON OURAY, COL
Crashes Throneh the Town, Oestroyina:
Meveral Knildines and .Injuring: One
A boulder weighing hundreds of
tons broke from precipice over-
end to another what it is to have.
a tull meat '' The rea on is that
they ar- taxed to death to n.atn
tain England s empire m Asia. II
M Hyndman in the Wts minst r
Gaz tte estimates that England I
has taken out of Ind a in the lat
tTenty-tive years more than two
billions five hundred m llions ot
tbe Death Penalty Inadvertently falling in the tire.
Been Abolished in Indiana!
RAISED THE PRICE OF SALT.
Salt Trust Determined to Get Its Share
The National Salt Company, other
wise known as the Silt I rust, immedi
ately after the election Put"P nangiog the town of Ouray, C ,1 J Indianapolis Dispatch, 14th.
unci! Ul i;uuiinyi. uau.v, . - ---- i . JJ an anHooma Kah nff mi i 1 i J
- ... - . -. . . nj .... .1 . fit... I t I I. W l. 2ft V 9 . 1 V. v. w a- I II fr. I IW'I IVTV U MX 1 1 I Ml IM I 1 M V
mialir.V to 2 OU Der IW uouuus. i lie . "... '
rice before the trust wa formed was down, demoiisning everyining in that the Lej,i8ature 0fi895 inad-
100 pounds for the same its pain. xt ien urei, vertentlv alndished canital
n-. nT, rf-nr t In Indiana by the law of 1897,
Was burned to death yesterday. L
w as left in a room with an open fire
by iiself, and in plajlng fell in tin
lire and was burued to death. Thio
ls the third case of the kind in thU
vicinity within two week. Lat-t
week the Maynor child was burned
to death in Lutterloh Alley, and
week before that a eoiored child wn-
burnetl to death In Caaipbelltou I13
Caoarht in bi own Itevlro aod
Tne company is saiu vi cuuirm ui
rectly 95 per cent, of the sit output of gtractljn. Large trees were level- which changed the State Prison
Winchester, Va., Nov. 17 Tur
ner A. Iiewis, of this county, had a
narrow escape Irani death Thursday
while operating a thrashing marliiut
the country. To mine owners not in . d t Q a dozen buildings de South to the Indiana lteformatory. on the fg.rm 0r George W. Bromley
tnetru-t, the latter py8mre fvr the gtroyed Before the law was rshed the stat- Ue ha1 piaCed several Inventiona ul
PSrt SdSibuS . In tho path of one of the pioces utes provided that criminals tinder hiH owu upon the machine, amo:,y
iiii.i.riidiii vu" lvivw.-- 1 1 . a m a 1 . 1 . . a .aaa .i -
and in this mauuer th- big combine is
able to maintain supremacy
A Wilderness of Poverty
Rx-Governor Pattison, of Penn
sylvania, has been traveling recently
over the island of Porto Rico, nd
has thoroughly investigated the con
dition of "our new possession." In
his opinion Southern car pet bagger
ism of reconstruction days w as tame
compared to the disgraceful rule of
our government in Porto Rico.
He says that the island "is today
having deprived eitizeas of their eon- a wilderness of poverty, misery,
stitutional rights. The Gaz itte 8ys:
P.stell was the Democratic reg
istrar in the fifth precinct of Ashe-
ville, where voters, or rather JK, puo
lican vo-ers had to almost g.t out
search warrant for the election of
ficers whn they wanted to register,
as the effl-ers oscillated abont irom
. .! n . . . i 1
one section 10 ni"u"r.
the man who for om time refused
to register Collector H. o. H trkms.
He has been indict a on aooni a ao-z-in
d ffrent eounis He will b
tried ai the next term of the court.
heart burning and conflicting inter
ests. Its great resources are pros
trate, its largest industries are at a
standstill, its coffee hills and tobacco
fields lie fallow, and its people, the
most patient, docile and industrious
people I know, are dying of hunger."
was the cottage or james inuaiey. the sentence of death should b exe- them a chain aud enrocket wheel at
m r a SI 1M.. In lv .. ! .. . r I '
Airs uouaiey wa aiouw iu inn ok cutea either in the Stat 1 'rison nf.hinent
""?Lu",rfV thesute while sUnding on a platform he
ioiri Mraoudlev was serious I n North, at iNlichigan. City, de-jjj hU 1ialail0e and fell ,lito 1h.
lv bruised but will recover pending on tho bituation ot the coun- chain 1Ie wa8 to I he top . 1
The storage building of the An- ty where the prisoner was sentenced. the machine and was being slowly
heuser Busch Brewing Company W hen the Indiana Reformatory law drawn under the lata! knives whet,
wa? wrecked and its contents are was passed the State Fn-on South j.y a powerful effort he succeeded in
aim st a total loss. Many of the was changed to the Indiana Reform- thmwinir the chain from the fproc-
mania n v simi ni-rr ii niruiru. a uc v " 1 ... .a' . 1 n
tery ot their disappearance was solved smaller buildings were reaucea to atory, and the State Prison North ket wheel and stopiinl the marhine
to day by the arrest of Andrew Hill, kindling wood. , j - was changed to the Indiana State 0ne of the knives had pierced hi-
colored. He admitted havingtaken the Ouray is in constant danger from Prison m that there is no penitent- ..i,.,Mno. i.,-t over th heart.
tne 1 . 1. i . : 1 . ... I
A. Door-Mat Thief. -Wilmington,
Nov. 16 Not less than
25 door mats have been re moved from
piazzas of resi lences here durirg tne
last two weeks Jardinieres and p -tted
plants have -dso been stolen. Ihe mys-
1IU Own Cinttid ftlir.
Sorne time f ii.iv it was atmsincsl
th:tt a man at Titu-vilh, l'a corn
.niltcd euicide for tin M range reason
; bat he had disco v-ntl that In u
his ow n grand I at her. Ili 1-Il a dy
ing statement, explaining Ibia slog
ilar Htatement: "I .nrii tl a wid
ow w ho had a grown updaughier.
My fath-r vitnl our hou-s very
olten, frll In love with my stejs
laugber and married her. So my
father Irffame my son Iii law ; and
my stepdaughter my inotltr, lv
i-aue he was my father's wife.
Mime time after my w if. hail a eon;
he was my fath r's brother In law,
ind my uncle, for hwatlH broth
er of toy Mejalaughter. My st-f-js
laughter had also a son; In was of
course my Imdber, and in the mean
time my grar.dchild, for Ik was lb
-ontifmy tlauiter. My wlfewa
my grandmother, lMcaut she, wm
iiiy 1110 her s tootle r. 1 was toy
wile's husband and grandchild at
the same time. And as tlie husband
of a s-i hiii's grandmother is hi
grandfather, I wm my own grandfather."
missine nroperty His arrest; was ef- glides of this kind. All over
fected through an auctioneer to wnom town are scattered great Douioers
which have fallen from the preci
iary iu which to put criminals to
urn anid several of the macsand whoseL-ui-t. ,-., !!. rm ac nroH- death, as proviaea ny me statute.
suspicions were awak-ned by the large . mostof taem before the town Consequently, having no place in Fiwidit .0 cabin-nt
ou.ntity of mats which Hid wanted to 01 aem Dt,Iore whil.h to kill them, as provided by VnUm l.- .t v
.7: f fl,.o r,f tho m.t whlf h thl I WO UULlia. I I . . ... , c ..
providing for rnuaueipnia, -ov. 10. rnmru-
to IHoe With
dispose of. One of the mats which the
auctioneer purcnasea was stoieu iroui
his own residence.
Threw Himself in Front of Train.
Frederick, Md , Nov. 15 An un
known man. sunn sed to have been a
Got the Negroes Into Crap Game
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 19. A. S
ThomDSon. a promin. nt farmer 01
Bonrbon county, Ge ugn Lary and
Ram Adams colored, were held in
i $1 000 bonds by United states Com
missioner Hill, to he Federal
Court, to answer charges of con
spiracy to hinder negroes from vo-
at the last election, it is
r""" ZlrJZXZ hv a freichr train at statistics of the Sixth district, em
. aL a .A.a. ls a1 la- ia r. . II ha f en m
Catoctin owitcn last nigntano ihswh. oracing tne amuiiv wwhiuo nvm
Klondikers Vote for Bryan.
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 16 A dit
,im hnt Yorkville will no patch from Dawson, dated Nov 7
. . , '. .1 J t,a laotion hold thr ling
dOUDt set aoout t on w tu ,- o I ... Q ,.-! that. ,5tno-mes werstart-
.tHable building for school purpo- coincidentIy with tne American elec- K ftd the -n lt were ar.
tion. the ivioname country weu- ;. hoforo tho election ho as
nirpr whelminirlv for Bryan. There . . rm ua
Colored Bishop C ondemned Kissing were 3 337 votes t)Ol'ed. Drvan re
liable 2 404 and MeKinley 854 B
I . i . .i 4La kll A MiuUinOTt I . --. - T XL.. A A. .
Tenn NOV. 10. The ' "e lermB ',l fc w b,-w i a jse cro aiuea ny s irau p.e-
i I m . . M mwm i is mar w n mm rv ill n I) i km a w mi i iwnri !
nir which is now b-.ing prepared at
cost of over $500 00
African Methodist Episcopal Confer
ence had a warm time to-day. The
temperance cause, r- qairing every
minister to preach a temperance ser
mon on a fixtd date every yar, was
ntttetly ODDoaed by Rev. C. 8 Bow
Morehead City, N. C, Nov. 16.
Last night about 2 o'clock, Enoch
Armstrong, colored, was killed east
of the Atlantic Hotel by the Atlantic
Year's Work of Life .Saving Ser-
Washington. Nov. 19 In Super
intendent Kimball's report of the
life-saving service, he gives these
the statute, the law
i hold. Vie- McKiulev and the members of hi
comes inoperative. cabinet have accepted an invitation
1 . . & a WAa
to dine with the memuers oi ine
Union League, of this citv. Novem-
l'opulatton or AlasKew 2 the oor-igion being the annual
Tho rVnii Riireftii has criven out leelehrat ion of founders day. Vice
ly killed. Sevr ral people who saw mm ijape Henry, VTa., to Cape Fear, W
iust as the tram passed state mat me n , Numb er of disasters. 42; value
the following statement with refer- President-elect Theodore Roosevelt
ence to the work of the Bureau in has also signified his Intention oi
Alaska: being present, as has also Senator
valUH of car- "The native and mixed population Lodge of Massachusetts and Senator
a m I I
-..- -i o i i -- I l i -mr.tai vu ki Yrg in .a a a . r a a a ziv .a r"r.-. - m
kohi m..td that, identiflca- KUW5' l i,u,'"'u w"m.1 ' . ot the northern district; oi Aiasaa is v oicoti. oi tjiorau.
wa d- vatj ..........v i .. . onauufi. m.mi.i. tT naranna I . . ..
tion is impossible. ZZL "mI! n n 1MTOjoh."' t,,e
U" waiu o "v" I Ihlj all- ! tipo oil n.nr ' I
persons lost, 38; num-yer of ship ' ; dorln'the A Boy Kills U la Father.
Kttgliier Klllel In n CdllaWn.
Franklin, Pan Nov. 1G Tbe
Lake Shore pasM-nger train, which
lea this ciiy for the WW at "
-clock this evening co!Ildl with a
Pennsylvania fieigbt on the Lake
Shore, la-tween Polk and Raymllton,
12 miles west of Franklin. The en
gineer tif the freight w as killed; the
engineer and fireman and I-rank
1'ailen, of the im enger train, were
ladly Injured. liaggage-masterTou.
mutton, of Oil City, aud three pas
sengers are uilnsiug.
man deliberately threw himself on tt.e j vegi,egt $1 022,850 ;
track in front of theeugine lhe body . ur-joiO total
.. k,ii ncrlH that. idnt.ifip- goes, $1 WOAUlO, Wfcai
890: number of persot
on hoard vessels. 391: number oi
wr -a -n a At. V -.niul I V J trm A as. jl aa fs A
Seren nnnarea iuo 01 lwu iuc. wrecKea ruus bu;wiou iv o- . , - , , -. it.
i ma . i - f . anAnn. w-inter. ana enumerateu o.oio tier- iu.-aiwnt ,
Unntornmarv Ala. Vnv 1ft A fire I er .-At 'cQR. vilna nf nrnnarl.v I sons all of whom were Indians. Mr Thomas Booth was killed InCrokerV
at noon to-day destroyed one section of gavet $i.8 0 162 ; value of property Johnson visited 74 interior villages beat thLs morning by his bixteen-
me Kani urouiers uoiuprc- ou BW- . . , number of disasters onrl Hnrintr the time saw but three vear-o d son. ineirouoiearoeuei
nart of Montgomery. SevVn hundred involving total loss or vessels, i.
bales oi cott"n were ournea anu injur
ed, and the loss on the cotton and b ad
ding was abjut $40,500, fully covered by
insurance. Iti. not known how the
Crushed bv Wife's Monument.
Winchester, Va , Nov. 15. Will
lam H. Brill, of Capon Bridge, W
Guiteau's Widow Takes a Third Hnsbind
Va.. was seriously injured last ev
ening while returning to his home I jg tne summer.
from this city, ne was unviug a The vome district is the most
fires burning in the shacks, or dug the sale of a book in whicb the boy
outs. The poor creatures huddle to- was lnieresiea.
gether iu their miserable dwellings
during the long winter and subsist General Mile declares tbat the force
nn frozen fish and a little seal oil of the reeular anar should be mcreas
which thev secure on the coast dur- ed to one mao for every l uuo popuia-
Tryon Hotel Burned.
Spartanburg, 8. C, Jonroal.
'The Liorelr,' tbe widtlj-ksowa
simmer and winter house at Tryon.
N. C, was borted abont 7 o'elofk
last nigbt. Tbe cause was tbe ebok-
ne npof tfli vitl oou iotninc
16. I saved exeep; a little furnitnre. Th
nvn and fnrciture were insured for
Toe boose was closed for a while
ind was ia the esre of a tenant, who
lost all bis ff ct. The owner, Mrs.
Brockman, is at tbe North.
Blizzard Sweeps New York State
A creat blizzard swept along the and North Carolina mail train while
1 r a . I - , a A
man, who .aid that tbe preachers I south shores oi ine wreai. ta.B it was DacKing awn w iiwuejiyv.
would be chased from the church if week. At Watertown and other Tf lfl onnraTsed that he tried to board
they attempted it The n-port was points In Central and Northern New L. e tram and being under the infla-
adopted. Bishop T. C Tanner, in York snow tell to the depth oi three f taunr lost his footing and
dmittlog s-verai ministers, con- feet on a level, and drifts from six . . Tho train cut him
ten feet high were piled up in
Chicago. Nov. 15.-A license was is- I0!8 ?"lX?Jl VP northern Alaska. It is I
n..nminn Knnr.h All: n Mrs home to erect
of r hir es j wife. Just
Guiteau, hanged f ir the aassination horses became frightened and bole
. .aa -tv . ? . I a a S J I . . J . ai .
Tovrth HSJhi Pbable thatthe Population of the A man
ct over the grave ot nts v . . , . . avlAdvtosit
outside of town the town ome daring the winter ?d"8"
Shorter, But More Eloquent.
In the public dLscussIon lietween
tion. tie say me preaeuv ior. . uui the tw 0 candidates in tnirago, me
sufficient to man tne lon.acauoua. . IMlk htul lmuie a masterly
argument, and at the close of his ef-
A man should always wait for rort he sat down amid tbe enthuid-
d mnt d the kiam hahic And aaid it I
-J M-WAV SHWW w - vw
would cause ihe downfall of young
uiiuiater quicker than anything else
Population of Hawaii.
Washington. Nov. 18. The noDula
Hon of Hawaii, as announced by the
lftiaiia Ilnr.n i AKA (Vtl o mini-
mMQ in 196. This is an increase of Eight Spectators KlUed at a null
,uw, or 41 2 per cent. 1 Fight
.. . - l.l,.hava Pacaun. I n IWO.
gr tSSS were de"uy".nd ft5i He w, IVom Baltimore, .nd
service susDended on the railroads, a sailor on the schooner Cherubim.
a number of trains were stauea id An inquest was neiu louay. xo
the snow Farmers were snow railroad authorities had "him decent-4
bound In their homes ior several ly bued at their expense
Perished In the Flames.
Nine-vear-old George Harrison,
colored, was burned to death In Char-
Allcante. SDaln."NoV 17 Daring intta ittftf. week. He was alone in
' " m I 11 -U . 1a I v"" 1 -
t, i.w t vt i-- t tne nrozrss oi a nun uku b"u il nt a sunrvwwi to nave
' iaii x. runic, iitn l uia iuhu- - . Drtinor I '1'7 "wuJU "ft
rancs t roker, became despondent over by women toreadors at rHireV get the buildiug on fire and perished
ue tj losaea oi money wagcrea on nry- uer mm y-j, "Tj; in ha names before help OOUld reach
wuiuiihw lui.tll mf auvvaiu i auu o nwiw nv. -..-. i
ma nraina QBm llmlnroti lauw
of President Garfield io 1S82.
her third husband.
Graded School Burned 'Down.
Charlotte. N. C . Nov. 16 News was
received here to-dy that the graded
chrpl building at Yorkville, 8 J was
burned at eleven o cioca mis moruiug
The building was tbe old female col
lege, valued at about $5,C00. None of
tbe pupils were injured
Allen is ed Brill, who was riding in the
saddle, was thrown and dragged,
his foot becoming entangiea in ine
stirrup. The. strap finally broke,
and the loaded dray passed over
his right leg, crushing It and f rac-
tnrintr the bone In several places,
He received other injuries a do ox
the head and body.
down beiore seating j applause of half Ihe large audi
chair in the room.
" I o 1, .iA..ih. In onlv nnet
m Ka hoiu-oon l nnft and S.000 " I ence.
WW A A a aj-sa - s-aa v v v f -
iaorira Pearram was convicted - of
inn -der in the second degree in -the
criminal court at- Winston-Salem, last
week, for stabbing and killing Jonn
Hairston in Kernersvillf, Forsythe
canntv. last month. He was sentenced
to tbe penitentiary for twelvt yean.
. Suicide at Concord.
. A special from Concord announces
the suicide of Doc" - -Bost, son of
Levi Bost, of that place. One of the
family upon going to the young
man's room found his body lying
across the bed with a bullet hole in
In. Our New Foesessions.
Tre election repo'ts from tbe Ha
waiian Islands, state , th it Robert
white, the independent Socialist Can
dida' e, has been elected Delegate to
tji naress from Hawtii by a smn ma
jority over the -Republican cand date i and gWallowea an old umbrella
Wiic x represents in negro iacuou, , . - vft-a The yeast fer
and promised nis irienas mas u oe montftd in the .-o- animara atom
were elected Queen Libnokalani should
be restored to the throne
But when the other candidate
arose to speak he (imply raid:
a rovti snrrowiui f ace. r "W in an vou.se leines voi cow
a TnHianA ennntv farmer lost a to vote for me Jine me at the bar In
cow in a very queer way one night the room belowT
laat week. The animal got out oi And he was ine man w no carr.
the pasture, and in rummaging I the entire audience with him.
through a summer kitchen roaoa
From Brooklyn Life.
"Junson his developed into a con
firmed kicker, but his wife can
handle him every time. lie kick
ed lad. night because his dinner was
"What was his wife's plsjr?"
Sk made it hot for him-"
1 9uh and raised the umbrella, and
she died in terrible agony, truthful
ly declares an exchange
Tw.tlv healthy Deonle have pore,
rich blood. Hood's aarsapar it ia pan-
Mfnister So f ou aw some boys flsh
ingon the Sibbath, my young man.
mdyou-do anyjthingwto disooorage
a. am -
sSili Boy-Yes. sir. Lstole tbeir fi- !??- aud mMm