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PUBLISHED EVERY TDl'IWIA
BY TUB CAUCASIAN PUH..
1.00 1 iff
of the newjirotht were rampant!
for the lmi-achajent and conviction
01 JiMgen ruiwrsanu I
rr-ntly Ueu suggyHting that tliese I
judge nhouM resign, now that they I
havebii acquitted ty the Hlghl
Court of Impeachment of the grave
chargtw preferred against theiu Iknow, and would It not be almost
-.-..I..-i. , J criminal to think that they could
111 Villi I WAum I
losey, wi. 'V
light along common line- oi think-
lug, tlm time tor the judge to en-1
teruiu me notion oi resigning cios-i
1 with the preferring of the artlclenc4i prejudice can again divert the
of impeachment by the Hou-te of I
llepreHeuUtiveH, and that this peace
ful muthod of retiring lit now aug
gwtabie only to their prosecutor.
It would have been cowardly of I
course, for the Judges to resign un
der 2r, but with a partisan majori
ty against them In toth Houses and
a partisan proHecutlon and convic
tion staring them in the face, weak
er men, men lens conscious of their
own rectitude, might have deliver
ed their coveted belongings to their
greedy puruureru and Bought safety
from their fury in disgrace by the
easy route of an early resignation.
But this they did not do, and would
not do; but said effectually to those
that Bought to dlHgraee and humili
ate them and the State, "We will
stand the trial and take the disgrace
In a brave and lawful way, if it be
the determined plan of the majority
to have our placee even at the cost
of humiliating the State along with
These Judges, having trustea not in I
vain In their own integrity and in the!
integrity as well of Senators
iu kliw i
i I I
out of their own party, were acquit
ted with tatlalactlon to themselves
and honor to the Commonwealth;
and being acquitted, they of course
retain their offices, the greed fori
whlph lav at the Wtnm of th t.rn.
wh th lay at the bottom of the pros.
cution; and now the hungry horde
having failed, they suggest that these
A hungry man went on the road
and fiercely fought his adversary for
moat. He spent his bitter strength
aaa iiuuiuDU rviu6Rlu' iiv;is
up his pleading hands in
In rfiiUliktiu nrriim n Thnn W nw
mild, he said, "I tried to rob you
but failed; noni the less I pray you,
give me your meat and go on your
way empty-handed; I do not think
that you ought to eat meat any
Hut, when the vote was taken
and the bright light waned that had
twinkled in Craig's dark firmament,
he could with propriety have resign
ed. When the vote was taken and
Rountree's pleased contempt for all
the defense failed him, he could
have thrown up the
Whan the vote
was taken and
night swept over
gloom of Graham's
mm. ha mmiM witt. nrnr, h.
When the vote was taken and the
picnic Joy of Allen' rosy face fled
like a frightened child at his failure
to disgrace the memory of Judge
Falrcloth, his old-time friend, part-
ner, and benefactor,
have beep no
And all those
Impropriety in his
who, while catch-
ing at new power and trying to do
themselves and their friends unlaw
fill trond and their nnnrmonfo !,
inn. .ni r 4K J
mii Muvivb BiuuBiauLO a
, , 77. V '
const ttuttnn and rlorhf oioA donati.
I"; .Cr":, rVJmob. When legislatures actwith
4u..jr xa-aix ucu couia
properly hear, but not make, a pro-
position to resign.
If Judge Furches or Judge Doug
las had sought from his high posi
tion on the bench to remove his
colleagues to advance himself and
had failed In his attempt, resigna
tion could be properly suggested to
him, and the suggestion acted upon
The News and Observer Is in dire
distress. That sheet failed to se
cure the Impeachment of the Judg
es, and any one who reads the edi
torlals since the trial can not fall
to be Impressed with the direful
and plaintive sounds that emanate
from the editorial rooms of that pa -
But one thing sounds strange in- beginning, were instituted for the
deed is that the News and Obser purpose of removing the Judges in
ver should have the temerity to order that the highest conrt of the
speak of "political corporations and State might be packed with Demo
trusts." . cratlo machine partisan who would
Pray, tell ns quickly if the Dem- be certain to the bidding of the Red
ocratlc Redshirt Revolutionist ma- shirt Revolutionists now in control
ehln If not the greatest political of the State. Spainhour may have
trust and monopoly In existence on been Indiscreet In the above utter
earth to-day? The opposition are ance, but he no doubt told the
denied any rights at ths ballot box truth about the matter,
whatever. If this Is not a trust and Bat ths Rsdshixts have received a
monopoly of the wont form, pray savers rebuke in their revolutionary
osflas a trust. effort to pack ths sowt,
TREAArRZIl XKCDS fX'JIDa.
In a recent issue of Tbe CaCi a-
srAK wecelled attention to tbe.ef.or
moos appropriations made by tbe
legislature, and tbe probability of
a deficit In the Treasury. Treasury
Lacy baa tuned a latt r to tbe sher-
- of tbe 8Ute to harry ap tneir
collections In order that be may b
able to meet theae appropriations a
tbey. become doe
To W.- I msmmm that thla fl -CO Tit
'u,uw .T .T "
I letter or tne i reasurwr is w prep-
the people In advance ao that they
may not be surprised or alarmed
when the Treasury becomes bank
rapt owing to the extravagant,
reckleg Md ,normon, .pproprt
ai00i made by the legislatures of
jgyy ftnj qqi.
But the "party of good, honeat
government" Is In power, doocher
.. . . . .
or would waste the people's mon-y?
Indeed. In their own estimation
theyarw ne on,7 one, capable o
managlng the affairs of the State
And inch management! No ra
minds of Independent thinkers, and
the Redshirt Eevolutlonlsts will
yet have to aniwer for their -
travagance and general conduct at
the great bar of public opinion. fallej to provide for the assess
They shall be Judged according tol ment 4nd taxation of railroad prop-
tbelr deeds, with no "nigger ' tolerty in North Carolina. If this de-
AHUUl XU UUl lUa AtnAu I
The sudden decline In the price I
of cotton should have the effect of I
mrvnin i.rarnPtinn in thai
v-"'""" - i
.7o nf th. (1iv atanle. If this
la not very generally done through
out the cotton belt It Is certain that
the price will be lower next fall, j
It Is far better to cultivate and i
fertilize very thoroughly a reduced
acreage, because better results are I
attained In every way ; the price
will be higher, the land will be left
in tatter condition and less labor
... ranotrfid I
" . ...
inesearetnree iwnmnsi enrer
largely Into consideration and!
should not be disregarded.
In writing these suggestions as
to the curtailment of the cotton I
acerage, we are prompted solely by I
the desire to subserve the best In-1
. i m m
and we trust that they will give
this matter earnest consideration,
for It is one of the highest Import
- - ' i
I 'a" w I
" Deir receive sen
,or an elgn milIlon Daie croP ,nan I
centj f of ftn eleyen ml1on crop
With the reduction of the cotton
acreage there snouia follow a
dlverseflcation of crops.
In this way the lands will be
improved and there Is greater
r - - "-ta w
certainty or reaiuing pronts as
Mfomw Wi nwi uiiuvvuu ouvito
REWARDED AT LAST.
Francis D. Winston has been ap
pointed Judge by Governor Aycock
There is a trite, but true old say.
leg, that "everything comes to him
who waits." Mr. Winston sought
the nomination for Judge at the
hands of a "nigger ' convention in
1QOO anst thnnah ka annuoHiwI In
lt ha f.11M, ftf ftWlAB
I ftn . n. h.ft f.
w w " mm-r w w wm v V
aingine aistnct wun ms rriena,
. X . 1 . . .
ue negro ooiicuor, vreo. n. v nive.
In early days Mr. Winston was
lndeed yery fond of his "colored
I brother" when there was any pros
pect of obtaining office through
that source. He waa always prom
inAnttn tha Annnnti. and
tIon9 of the Rennhilc.n naPt v. -nA
haa been K to Wftlk the Btreetg of
LET THEM BE DECENT
ujruHiH 01 our iariuiuic nuuuinou,ii" ai
non. cy. watson in ms speech lnlMvinmil -nd ouat nr. Miliar af
the Impeachment trial said:
"I have seen legislators scaffed at
w... w mm amwv. il o v MAV
contumely and contemDt. and lt'sl
time for this branch of our Stats
eovernment to aasert itself anl t-.k I
the Dosition the fathers dahrnad tt
I should take."
I When a legislators comes into
I nowr bv riot la til Mian am anamhw
I and revolution, and aontlnnea' to
act in the most revolutionary man-
ner it should deserve to be alled a
I ner l snouia aeserTO SO DO MU6a ft
". ZZy "aa Z '
will receive and desenre the respect
-- Mr w.. v. Twmamr.
They will then take the "position
the fathers designed they should
take" and not before.
THE SECRET LET OUT.
Representative Bpalnhour of
Burke In an Interview after the ac
quittal of the Judges, said :
"It was the almost universal
opinion of the Democratic party
last year that lt was necessary for
the Leirislatnre to stand vntrH nmr
the Constitutional amendment tn
prevent the Supreme conrt from
interfering with it. The general
opinion then was that they would
destroy lt if they had an opportu
nity to do so, and that is my opinion
Now, you have the whole secret ariv
1 en away. The Impeachment proceed
lngs as this paper charged In the
T Cttt K3 CFCa CSCSf OX IS CCSID. I
Tk Imp aaM- Trtal.
You linpt-ach thene judges "for
what you call partUao dcWmw, In
thp corporation curaniwsion cae
tbey declared ttt Abbott, who was
a railroad com niii oner, wm entitled
to hU term of office a a corporation
com mL loner and thU you could
not put Beddingfleld, the Democrat,
In hU place.
i nm oecusiou rM-u .u
thing. After tbe adjournment .oil
the legislature of 1899 your Wga-
ture and my legislature, txcausM 1 1
Kolrxwl irt tirinir It hTPi titC nil- I
rwcu,wben tbe corporation com-
me rauroaa propeny in u
went oeiore a r tueru juug auu go i
an Injunction restraining tbe corpo-
ration coinmhttloneft from aaueesing
and taxing their property. The
railroad lawyers ued before Himoa
ton precisely the same arguments
Chat the lawyers for the prosecution
of these judges have used here in
this trlaL and Simouton decided
that tbe corporation commission
had no power to assess railroad pro
Dertv. and if the corporation did
not have it, the legislature of 1899
J" , , ai 7
I body In N orth Carolina. Simouton
. . wuiature of 1899
Icision of Slmtou had stood our great
legislature of 1899 would have been
tha lanerhlnap ffW-lr h whnlo
State, from one end of it to the
other, and that decision oi uimonton
would have stood, but for the de
, .... ... .
lesion ox mew two juugw
and the I
late Chief Justice m the case of
addou vs. ceauingneiu. xnis
a a. a m ajt i mtrtt t I
court, considering the act ol 1891 1
establishing the corporation com-1
mission and all the acts amendatory
thereof as one act continuing the
same office and providing specifically
tor tne same duties to do penormea,
declared that every power ot tax-
atlon which had been possessed by
tne railroad commissioners belonged I
to the corporation commission. Then
u -. ftfthft f,tMt tint th,a
t.. at k.. a. -J
muat fon0W the construction
of vour State courts upon a State
statute." Because of tuis $40,000,-1
000 of railroad property were put I
nnnn thA tavlluta arH fha Jotm
i i . i-. . ,
compenea u, oepaia u xne people
f 'he ritetf f 5f Carol ina. It
1 true we lct ldingfieid, but the
people of North Carolina gained
$50,000 and more than $50,000 in
just taxes on railroad property, and j
our legislature was saved from be-
Ing the laughing
Again, Senators, if there is one
thing that stands nearer my heart
than any other in North Carolina it
is the asylums for the care of the
Insane In the State. Thirty years
1W when I was speaker of the
a House of 8 and a Ke-
publican was id charge of the asylum
just outside of this city, a bill was
introduced looking to his removal. I
I left my chair and went down the I
floor and what voice and influence I j
had I raised against that proceeding I
and stated that these institutions
should not be carried into politics;
and so a Republican was retained at
the head of this great institution. I
Again when I became Governor
of North Carolina the asylum was
established at Morganton. Men
I . a a ' ... I
gatnerea arouna me ana saia, "Ap- j
nnmf this man" inH thtt. man no I
fr'V-" " HOI
airector of tni8 institution "in order
I that w mav ftlent a cprtAin mn.
But I said "No. I will appoint a
I board of directors from amonsr the
I best men that I can find in North
I Carolina, and all the restriction that
1 1 sbH Put DPon them shall be this:
Go and find the best man that you
can and put him at the head of that
And they selected a
man, and he has held his place at
In the case of Wood vs. Bellamy
when the Legislature of 1895 at-
lamntxbft is to Ira ohtftm nf tha lno.no
lOoldsrjoro. Dr. Kirhv at KiAli-h
I and Dr. Murphy at Morganton, it
"S"- puuuwi oau-
cImto9 and retained tne Democrats in
their places. And remember, Sena-
I tors, this case was decided upon
I principles laid down in the case of
I Hoke vs. Henderson, the same prln-l
I dpi which controlled the decision
1 01 ine COUTl in tne cases lor wnich
a . . . . . . -
1 19 "P1. 10 Pctl l
JUQlje8' ni me Auoott vs. ued-
hitniaj M(U ,.. jij
wnicn requirea mat an acts relating
to the same subject should be con-
QUHvu nrauvi) atuvA luiuicr XV
I member, Senators, that this White
I case was decided on the two prin -
dples of Hoke vs. Henderson and
Now, Senators, even if they were
guilty of the things which are
charged against them, shall we for
get the great good they have done
for the people? Shall they be
I ludtred bv the small
faults of their
hives 0r by their great virtues? I
pray God that neither I, Senators,
nor you may ever be Judged in such
a manner, either in this life or In
the life to come. Ex-Governor
Thomas J. Jarvis. .
Drunken Negro Falls Under a
High Point, N. 0 , April 8 Last
night Sidney Threadglll (colored),
an employe at ths depot hers, jump
ed the north-bound mall train at
the station and rode within a few
feet of Main street crossing, where
ha Jumped off. In doing so his feet
got under the ears and in conse
quence were dismembered about
the ankles. His skull-was also
mashed, caused by striking the
ground with much force. The ne
gro waa under the influence of liqu
or. Dr. D. A. 8tanton, the Southern
Railway nrgoon. took the negro In
charge and early this morning am
putated tha mangled portions of
his legs. At thU writing the negro
is alive. . -
Oom Paul sssebs to be paiac hi
bat around tines he qcit hta gold
Wot sot iorpaeh the Democrat !
Judge fir balding bis ayes to) losg
on acmbody sues ante s waist T
The civil service law onght to b
amended that nobody bat an Ohio
man shoald be eligible to pis.
Baaaebod oukt to hare ktdaaDLV
j th t0tr'ut' .B(! na ..t
taonld bavs been offered for itsrs-
Mrt. Ntioii'. oJn til. Uetor-
to retarn to the
.mB.hiB0 bDBMi n.n& i&k
Mayor Waddell, of Wilmington,!
teems to be fond of rsvolstionar)
methodt mean while onlookers ar
interested in permitting the bloody
village to "stew in its own mass."
Tne consensus or opinion among
the Democratic press aa to the nolle
pros idea is only remarkable as if i'
were a virtue for registrars to vio
late the law and snbjagate their oath
It seems that the filing of txpla-l
nations was almost entirely ot fitted
to those who voted for getting th i
offices of Farcbes and Dongrlas. Did
not know it waa loaded perhaps.
Bellamy and Hears, of Wil
mington joined hands and fonahtth
"niant'1 I m of. wa v nwar . mtta aI
"principle" now they tear loose and
flgbt eaeh other over a matter of pie.
Van Wyck, the ice trust major of
New York, is claimed to be blKd-
kind to North Carolina ; snob a claim
is also set up for General Fututoc
in a remote degree. How about
Caoitalists do not inveat their
money in enterprises in older to in-
crease the prosperity of somebodt
else and mctdenally of the eountrj
lo bnt only as a prospective pro
Mr. Claude Kithen, new member
0f Congress, advertises for a candl
date for West Point cadetshlp, and
among other requirements the boy
must tell the complexion ot his pol
itlcs This is not only a new Idea
but one which is likely to handi
cap the lad In after life.
and navy are
above the arena of
Our Democratic cotton mill trust
are almost as obnoxious as the iee.
n -n i.: i vt v .
' IUKW H UBUS. n UUJ
iiaw xwiver jh.iiih duuoi in xibw idu
Wlne wnioll hM taken tour
across the equator and around the
world certainly improves in aualitv
but it is astonishing how an article
that is manufactured at our doors
can cheapen itself by a 500 mile trip
School Teacher Save Thirteen
. from Drowning-.
Omaha, April 8. A special from
Harrison, Neb., says an extraordin-
incident of the White River floods
developed here this morning when
Miss Lizzie Cottman saved thirteen
children from drowning. Incident-
ally it may be mentioned that the
daring woman also saved school.
house No. 19 for the Sioux county
tax-payers. The building, a small
wooden affair, occupied a small glade
one hundred yards from the banks
of the White river. The stream
has in the past few days reached the
proportions of a torrent because of
the melting snow and rain. Gradu-
ally the water backed into the ravine,
&nu tois morning wnen miss uotc-
man arri vfvi thft whrml-nhiMron
1 iL? 1 -ma. . m
were making merry in the building,
. v- -
which was nealv snrrnundod hv
water. An hour later Miss Cott-
I man was frightened by hearintr the
I water passing under the house with
I a roaring sound, which gradually
I increased. The land was twenty
feet away, and the water there was
deep. She struggled through to dry
which one of the children had rid
den to school. From a stable she
I took a rope, and, leading the horse
back, plunged again into the torrent,
The rope she fastened around the
hnraa'a nfvlr anrl tha rit Viqt an) ana
made fast to the door l&mhnfthn
buiidinar. Bv thLs time th hn lid-
ing was floating and ready to drift
'" omm uuj-o wul
to the shore, and Miss Cottman was
forced to hold its head above the
I water to keep it from drowning.
The animal dragged the building
close to shore and it was tied to a
tree and the children sent horns.
And StUl Auotner Scrap In
Wilmington, N. C. Aprtl 8-Min
nieBrece,a white man aged 21
years waa shot and killed here at 7
clock tonight by Lout Hardison,
I luuuin 'UUUK TV 1X1 Ulna. iaetwO
I men were discussing the physical
8tren8th of an acquaintance, and
tne aiscussion aeveiopea. into a
quarrel, which led to Breece stab
bing Haralson in the face with a
knife. Breece ran, and as he did
so Hardison drew his pistol and
fired at bis fleeing assailant. Breece
ran into a store near by and fell
dead. Hardison is being pursued
ACUINALDO SIMS THE COCUHEKT.
18 Officers aad A3
Manila, April 8. After objecting
to two clauses in the draft of the
peace manifesto, drafted by Chief
Justice Arrellano, Aguinaldo signed
Colonel Aba, Insurgent leader of
Z&mbales, with thirteen ofieers and
eighty-three men, has surrendered to
Lieutenant Colonel Goodrell. Gener
al Malver is expected to surrender
FICHTIKC IN SOUTH AFRICA.
Om Hundred British CapSmred bj the
London, April 9. Lord Kitchener
reports that a detachment of hun
dred men of tne Fif th"Lanceri and
Imperial Yeomanry were attacked
by four hundred Boers in Cape Col
ony. After several hours fighting
the British surrendered and were
captured. Only 25 managed to
8o many hoaaewivas saffer from nr
Tou depreMloa da to eatarrhal weak
ness peculiar to their sax, aad after oa
year after year, not knowing what their
aliment la. Mrs. Mary Cook, ot Pitta
ford, N. suffered for six years before
sho learned of Parana. Mrs. Cook re
cently wrote the following letter to Dr.
was not wli tor ala ymrm, pmid
many doctor bill, but otrer Improvd
very much. I gar ap ropes of erar
"Finally, I wrote to Dr. Hartman,
and I am thankful to say that I am
now weii, through his good advice
and medicine. I am gaining in flesh
and feel young again. I was very
emaciated, but now my own children
are surprised in the great change la ma
Whan they visit me."
Two Men Killed axxd two Injured
Wells, Nev., April 8 The west
bound limited train on the Central
Pacific was ditched last nlsrht near
here and three Pullman coaches
were burned. Charles Leoder and
Daniel Hickman, firemen, were
killed and Warner and MoBrlde,
engineers, severely Injured.
Probable Case of Plague.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Apiil 8. The
mystery regarding a young Univer
sity of Michigan student who has
been sent to the pest house, suffer
ing, it is believed, irom the bubonic
plague, will not be cleared until he
takes a turn for the better or worse.
The authorities refuse to reveal his
identity or to express any opinion as
to where he contracted the disease.
The patient is a medical student
who probably became infected by
handling culture tubes in the bacte
Col. Hatchett of Durham Insane.
Durham, N. C, April 8 Col. A.
Hatchett, who some ten days ago
was taken sick on the street here
and carried to Watts Hospital, was
pr nouncf d insane today by county
Health Officer Brook and clerk of
the Court Green. Lately he had
become nncontrolable and today
was removed to the city Jail. Ap
plication will be made to-morrow
to have him placed in the Central
Hospital at Raleigh.
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"Finally I gave up aad thought I
would wait for my and. One day 1
happened to pick up one of your books.
I read of other women who were near
death and bad been cured by Peruna,
so I thought I would try It.
" took a couple ot bottlet aad began
to teat better. I cantlaoeef Ha use
until oow I am a well woman. I praise
Peruna highly and wish other women
would uae 1L
Rt. Toss Dlioa to Visit Kalalffh.
News and Observer.
Rev. Tom Dixon, the noted
preacher, is to be in Raleigh very
soon. He is expected to reach the
city about the 21st, coming from
the West, where he has been lectur
ing for some time.
It is understood that a strong ef
fort will be made to have him
lecture for the benefit of the Baptist
Female University while he Is in
NERVOUSNESS AND NERVE
The more nervous a man is, the
less nerve he has. That sounds t ar
adoxical but lt Isn't: for nerve is
Hood's Sarsaparilla gives nerve.
it tones the whole system, perfects
digestion and asslmulatlon, and Is
therefore the best medicine a nerv
ous person can take.
If you get tired easily, mentally
or physically, take it it will do
you good. .
Chinese Immigrants Stopped.
Maiono, N. Y April 8. Twenty
nine Chinamen were arrested on
the Canadian line north of Malone
today trying to make their way in
to the United States.
Humors of all kinds are prollflo
of worse troubles. They may
do entirely expelled by a thorough
course of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Wire Glass Trust.
New York, April 8. Tbe combi
nation of all the wire glass proper
ties in this country was announced
today. The new concern which will
own all the American wire glass
patents and will control directly the
entire production of the commodity
was Incorporated at Trenton, N. J.,
a lew days age. It Is called the
Mississippi Glass Company, and Its
capital Is $1,500,000.
Dr. E. Detchoa'a Anti Diuretic
May be worth to you more than
$100 if you have a child who soils
bedding from Incontenence of wa
ter during sleep. Cures old and
young alike. It arrests the trou
ble at once. $1. Sold by Henry T.
A Big Baltimore Fire.
Baltimore, April 8. Of the big
warehouse of the wholesale drug
nrm or Gilpin, langdon A Co., at
the northwest (vmo rC T (k .
Lombard streets, there rraaln fourlL
blackened totterintr walla. Fl
broke out in the place this afternoon
and within an hour the skeleton
walls and pillars and a red furnace
of debris marked the site of the big
business place. The loss is estimat
ed at $200,000, which is fully cover
ed by Insurance.
Fever Epidemic In New Haven.
New Haven, Conn., April 8.
Notwithstanding the efforts of the
health authorities to minimize the
effects of the typhoid fever epidem
ic, new cases are continually added
to the list. The total number now
exceeds 160, and many of them are
at the critical stage. The demand
for trained nurses has exhausted th
the supply in the city.
r"" r wurw
sV MSwTOai HATHAWAY.
Mrs. Anna Roea, SS1S North 71ft
street, Philadelphia, Pa, writes:
"Pour weeks ago I bettered I hat
consumption 1 1 took a aerere cold, am
although tor the first tew days tbe mo
ens In my throat and chest was loom.
It finally became so bad that I had dl.
Pain in the shoulders followed. A
had placed my confidence in you an
Peruna, I followed your direction trie;
ly, and improved from day to day, an
am now well again."
Most women feel the ned of a toui
to counteract the debilitating effects
summer weather. Peruna is such arte
edy. It cures all catarrhal conditio!
whether it be weakness, nervous d. pre .
slon or summer catarrh. For a tre boo.
on summer catarrh, addreas The rmn:
Medicine On, Colambaa-Ohl.
EssBoUIbs- Aroaad Kx strati Maasloa.
Washington, April 8 Thirty
thousand children observed the
annual Easter Monday custom here,
and rolled eggs in the grounds sur
rounding the executive mansion.
President and Mrs. McKlnley ap
peared at the windows frequently
during the day and waved their
handkerchiefs at the little ones.
HOW'S THIS t
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
eured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A CO.,
"Prop's Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
busines trannactions and . financially
able to carry out any-ebligations made
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggiots,
Walding, Kinnan 4 Marvin,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu -
cous surfaces of the system.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the beat. '
WU1 Sue For Her Hatchet.
Topeka, Kan., April 8. Mrs. Car
rie nauon says she will sue the
city for some of her hatchets, which
are now in the possession of the po
lice department. The hatchets were
taken from her on the occasion of
ner several arrests during saloon
smasnmg days. She made a de
mand on the chief of police for the
naicneca today, but was refused.
BI8MARCBVS IRON NERVE.
Waa the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre -
mendous energy are not found where
8tomach, Lirer, Kidneys and Bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities and the success they bring,
uae Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
develop every power of brain and
body. Only 25 cents. Sold by ail
The Menhaden Fishery.
Wilmington, N. C, April 8 The
Mtmnaaen or -rat back" fishery
down the river, near Old Rmn.
wick, and the plant for the matin.
facture of fish scrap for. fertilisers
la now In full operation and Is
profing a paying Investment. In
previous years twenty-three to thlr-
ijr vessel cargoes of this material
nave been brought to the several
U. . . 1". now
-aa asa kjiiii Military nv rna j-kM i .a. ay
nl inf a I
furnish a part of this material at
. PREVENTED A TRAGEDY.
Timely information Riven Mrs
George Long, of New 8traiUville
Ohio, prevented a dreadful trarrdy
!d uveS.two JiTg A Mntfni
cough had long kept her awake eve
ry night. She had tried many reme
dies snd doejrs but steadily grew
worsenntil urged r try Dr. Kins's
Nsw Diseoterv Ooe bottle wholly
eurrd her, and she writes this mar
velous medicine also eund Mr. Lonir
of a severe attack of Pneumonia!
Sueh cures are positive proof of the
matchless merit of this grand remedy
for eurrng all throat, eb andTunJ
twubles. Only 60s and $L00 Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free
wwe . Men who bare kt routh-. i-7Z
and whole again by this Hinn.M.
Vlf -ad free. pots.
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