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RALEIGH, NOBTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMHKIt 19, 1807.
TAK HEEL TOT ICS
fil Items Galhcrcd From 'Ad Sections of the State Jf
Two Electric Power Plant.
Ili.-kory, Special It ia much in
i .... ,e "that Hickory is to Lave in
i: :.car futuic two electric power
j !, . ono having just been cbarter
fl; u: !r ti.e name of Ilors'eford Pow
a ( , , with capital stock of $125,
i ;j v. il.ch is to iievtlop electric power
u! 0ldl Shoals tt. the Catawba
two and one. half miles north
cf ti - ity, the property being that
. by order of court Saturday, Sep
v.rJJi r 7th, which was bouzht bv a
l ,. al company with a view to having
it !' V( !opcd as soon as possible. This
i r- j' ity is considered among the fin
unoccupied in the State. The
n ill S'noal3 one and a half miles
f-,-t of the Horseforfl property on
t r- j-mne stream is to be developed
Raleigh, Special. Directions to ap
plicants for high school teachers' cer
tificates were mailed from the StaU
TOO MUCH MARRIED
George Brummel'i Mistake Gets Him
Into a Peck of Tremble.
High Point, Special. A warrant
wan served on George Bru camel Sat
urday afternoon charging him with
bigamy. Some years ago Brumnu I
and his wife became separated she
troing West to ee relative. In the
meantime Brummel claims that be
hoard or had good reasons to believe
Department of tducation to all thow wife WM dad anU therefure mar
applying for certificates and to couu
ty superintendents. Another exam
ination will be held at the county teat
of every county October 11th anl
12th. This will be the last one of
the year for high school teachers.
These certificates are valid for three
i years and subject to renewal without
examination by the Estate lioard ot
Examiners, upon terms prescribed by
All applications for this examina
tion must be tiled with the Slate Su
perintendent of Public Instruction on
or before September 30, 1907.
questions lor tne examination aic
i... Writf-r-Power Electric Com- .
;,,I3,ts for the development of ping prepared by the State Board or
,.,,,v fur which the majority of the Examiners and will be in the hand.
' , , have been already let. Col. M. f the county superintendents in am-
. J . . tilo timi fnr trip, dntp fiitpd.
V. Thorton the company's m
ive member left a few dn.ys ago for
N'. w York where he will join some of
l.ls business associates, who arc in-
tcn-ted in the development of the
ft. The development or tneso
rit-d again. But it seems that wife
No. 1 wan pretty much save and
neither she nor Brummel hud secured
a divorce. Appearing on the scei.e
here and finding: that Brummel was
married ajrain, things looked squally
for a while, but somehow the matter
No. 1 money her. aoeisiui.o. .sur. .
was rerkirted that Brummel had
jriven wife No. 1 money to go tier way
and let him and spouse No. 2 live
in peace, but wife No. 1 has turned
up aain and sues her husband io
biL'arnv. Wife No I now lives in Phil-
' . . -
adelphia. Brummel is a hardworking
man, and a good citizen, ana ni
friends feel for him in his hour of
SHE IS MG BLIND
Noted Woman Criminal Losing
MRS. CHADWICK'S SAD PLIGHT
Former "Witch of Finance," While
Engaged in Conversation With
Her Son is Stricken With Serious
Illness, Which Nearly Costs Her
Life and Leaves Her Stone Blind.
The examination will cover the
usual high school subjects including
history, State, national and general;
English, German, composition and lit
erature: advanced mathematics
i 3 . . ni. ..-.11
much marneoness. iue rase m
1 11 1 A " .1 -. A C .... ... f,-tiit't
prooaoiv oe incu ai ouiieuui v-uun.
Columbus, 0-, SfeciaL While en-
the femalo department oi tne usw
Penitentiary, where she has been eoi
fined for the past two years, serving
a 10-year sentence for wrecking the
Oberlin National Bank, Mrs. Cas3ie
Chadwick, former witch of finance,
who representing herself as the nat
ural daughter of Andrew Carnegio,
victimized dozens of Ohio and East-
25 Pit IN A WRECK
A Misunderstanding of Orders
Results in Awful Catastrophe
MANY PERSONS INJURED BADLY
Excursion Train oa the Concord
Division of the Boston k Maine
Railroad Crashes Into & Freight
With Terrible Results.
ern bankers and capitalists to the ex-
I j. a x? - '11! Iaam.! rrt J k'-v
which convenes hi Grensboro nest "
wce gus securities anu jeweiry, Mucmi
nervous collapse that almost cost her
$300,000 Corporation at Red Springs He and left her temporarily, at
Ar,o. h, .nmnrntJorm chartered least, stone blind. She was earned
illll'7 U., l"v- vv--" I
j.n,,fct. me u iupu, . , alirebra and ceometrv: civil govern- Amontr
.bonis means mucn to tne cit ana . m(?nt theory flnd Ucc of teaching, by the Secretary of State Saturday to the hospital in the female depart
' p couii ti y . o ca In miaition tQ thc subjects men- one of tl
bo funnshed at mucn less cost to our
The Work is Accepted
Grensboro, Special. Thursday;
bjects men- I one of the most important was tne ment jjV er son and female attenu-
examinations will no DeSoto Land & LumDer vompaiy, hu i.v ni.vi.in.
BROKE ALL RECORDS
Giant New liner Crosses the
Ocean With Unusual Speed
A NEW TYPE CF ENGINES USED
Big Tar Use Steamship Rnshts lata
New York Harbor Flia FUr t(
Victory. Having Made the Tri
From Qncenstowa ia 5 Davs, 1
Hmr and is Misntes.
i : t I . -ii. ::i ,.n: TtaA Snrin i anis.
"IVt'Il III puvaiCft, ilKlinmun-, Ijuuiij I Willi UllllClWiit omtc oi xn-v. j....0- . 1..;,,,.
riroolr Vroix'h nnrl flprmnn. To "tench I Tf ia nndpr tsnnd this eomDanv has who was summoned, louna ner oiii0
any of these subiects the teacher purchased or has an option on extcn-. on a bed in ten nospuai in a cum.
must hold a certificate covering tho Uive land, timber and turpentine in- Although she was conscious and very
1 1! A I.. A C 41- L' n.wlrt .wl f hQT II. I . . .. . 1 1
i . ii i: v ti, n saTnP niiti no ;iidi k-:iiil niiiv un-u;i i. rorpms in noiiLii r iui iun uuu mi in.. monintiii iiri n .
imlit t lie execuiive couiujiiit; -t. n , . " 11 , . ,. y . , i. , . . i quiei lufiiwii, 1111 iiuuiouuu
b.,,rd of directors of the State ISpr.,. i u puu mgu U""NS 11 f l'1 "I" l" . I q , rdav's most stopped and she was blind. Dr
i i;u aiiU luuusiuai LOiithL were iu . i i ri,,.Q immwlio v administered
. n ' , . i,, t . 1 1 I ,M' itur I nun . l 1 1 , I.' f r 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I . . . , .nrmnc m fic in iiuk ' iiaiici imuivviiwiv . .
v, .n lioi-p for the rmroosc oi ac-, "l l,1" '""""'"o .cnw, un., xv..u mi-ui nuanuiw "j
II, irnrlf ,lnno Hiirinf t IP Or UCI mail. JJCrOIO lAaim CV iuini vwrnr-vMUlllu-guvciiuc ""' i"v.
summer bv John T. Hunt & Co., who . w Red Springs, to buy, lease and other- g0n wfldly Anxlou5.
liems oi Dtaie xxews. wise acquire timoer, nmoei mi.f . , . . . . . cnn ,
had come down from Cleveland to
White Hiver Junction, Vt.f SpeciaL
A fearful head-ou ctlliion between
the southbound Quebec ciprv and a
northbound freight train ou the Con
IlroUfcH'.A0U.b ltou ii. Maiue
station early Sunday, due to a mis
take in train dispatcher's orders and
from a detnolifbed pasM-nger eoacn
iherp were taken 24 dead and dvlug
and 27 other passengers, moi oi
them seriously wounded. .Nearly an
thoe who were in the death car wero
returninc from a fair at Sherbrooke,
Onebec. 100 miles north
The conductor of the freight tram
was given to understand that he had
rdeatv of time to reach a siding by
the night ojerator at Canaan sta
tion, receiving, according to tue su
periiileiuient of the division, a copy
rf the tcle"-raiih order from the train
dispatcher at Concord which confus
ed the train "Nos. 30 and 34. The
wreck occurred gust after the exprvss
had rounded into a straight stretch
f hack, but owing to the early morn-
ing mist neitne enpinr iH &.ser Wilhelni
other's Lead light until it was ioo . knuU fruu,
late. I v.'... fMvm.mtli and the
New York, Special. A sifw tf aai-
ship record bettu a Kurtpcw pit
nard line's new giant tuttmw tdA'
The Luitania left Qicenton, tU
nearest Iran-Atlantic l-tt to Nc
York at 12:10 p. m. Sunday and ar
rived otl Sandy Hook liihthii at
8:43 a. m. (etimatd), luakinu t ie
time for the trip o days 1 hour and
This in C hours and 2U minute
better thau the previous Queruton
Kew York record held by th Lucanta
of the same line.
Hour Record Unbroken.
UM.;i.. il,u I iiilama bilk U13UC a
, iillC 1A ,---- ,
new record fr the time a paeugcr
is actually on Ward ship, the has
not beaten the average i-pfd lr
bnvf been engaged in building an an
v.ox to the Spencer building and eora-
i.b-ting the work on the Stu,dent3
State Runerintendent Jovncr says and interests; manufacture, buy and
A . ..".I .. . .
i, v, locf oTaminntlnn fnr lii oh U;el I naval stores. siint. rosin, turpeii
lUOlf lilC AOU UaMlUlllUlI'll I - - JA . , l, i i " 1 aIa
v..-. i i i -ii i. . i.i i . I a:. i,n rmic iiiii id nnn- nner- i vicit iipr nno wm is verv ikv iru 10
i...;i.i;(v Tiio pmnnnnv cfimn pted scnooi icaciiers win oe neiu in cfiv uut- aim mi u.wacio, v.a.u -
IiMlMllI,. iiv. v-'u'l w...x-.. . I 1 1 1 A.l.... . . . ,.11 1L..
the work according to the specifica-! county in the State, October lllh and ate tram roans ana aepois; ou, oi-y ; her, stood over tne Deo, urging me
fi-oot RoidemW 1st. 112th. at the respective courthouses, ate ana sen uw iuu p-"' nhvsieian to do fis best to save ner.
- l -7 r - . 1M.. (,. r"rf -
tions in the con
ud the committee accepted the work
finding it measuring up in every res
pect to the renuirements laid down
in the contract.
Store Burned to Ground.
1Tt mvc iYint a irrpnt manv nrp need- I drv kilns, etc
a or,Ai thot 5n faM nnt nver hnlf tlips The authorized capital stock
schools have as vet secured princi- .f300,000 with $Yo,000 already sub- utes
Cassie revived within about 20 miu-
- - 1 A?.l
pals. The pay oi teachers is not scribed in shares ot iuu eacu as ioi-
less than $40 a month Jind in some lows: ,i. if. mhihih, , -
cases exceeds .$100. Some of the llliams I4U; . J. jonnson, o.
principals set S1.000 for eight- Worthy Johnson, 140; K. W. Classic
Ilupe Mills, Special. A few minutes mfmtbs school term. Those who pas. ISO.
after 0 o'clock Thursday mgui lire nxaminations can serve in any pub- lied .springs i,onueu uuuu...v.
was discovered in the store of L. t. yle school. At the first examlualloiA Company of Red Springs to nuii'i
MeDuiiie and before nny assistant wuieu us nc m ruv v l, r-1"" --r vrn rplmiises tor
ould be got the flames had gainel ,ood many applicants but not so all kinds of ague ult ur al Hjls c
. ,b .. . :ki,. ,i . i 4,:i nftnn and to accept tues-
. I . . . . . 1 r T1-C TTT1 III 1vJ III 1. . . . . xmf,T(lll 1 1 1 ( 1 V. I I i 1 1 1- illl 1 III, 11111 , , i , - . .
r.i Minuv iuuv iv "- ""f" inauv us tiir rAiii,u 1 i
. i.i i ai.. A. .. . . ... i rni I
to extinguish them, ailkcugn iue ed to meet tlie requiremeius. me nc--
inight have been partly saved had the mand for teachers of all kinds was
No? 4 mill had steam so as to force neVcr so marked in thc State as at
the water. Mr. McDuffie had just present and the better salaries which
besun some extensive repairs, sucn are paiU are proving a very ueciueu
The List of the Dead
Tha identified up to C o'clock at Deuthchla.ul, with a ircrd ot T -f iUshoro Hi mMieal edu-
Those wentihed . up 10 o o r,ymoUlUf bavl,1; wjw ,,r, tt th, ualtrr.
mnthv Shaudmesey Castle Bar, made better time. of Virginia, but afl.r rivlnf
Timothy Shaughnessey, tastie , LwitauiaV ieed ir hour on h; ,k nn,cre ll(ljed v,rel
DR. MURPHY DEAD
Head of Ncrth Cmrva Ittzsm
tlospUnI Posses Away s
A MAN OF RARE ATTAINMENTS
Eitprist&dfit ef Suu Qe4;ita
Sarrazabs to Illness rroa WlUk
Be Saf r4 a Year Waa Itfty
Nine Years of At and Had B
at Bead ef Hospital Su.ct Xu C
Uhlishatst A Koble Maa 0sa
SktUh of Bis Career.
. v r. Pal-
papenntendcr.t of the State llvfnk4
at Mrfantou died WeduWay taoiu
mng at 11:30 o'clock t hu bs in
Moidnton aftrr an illic f a jar.
Dr. Mmpbv years of ac.
He was born" on (ti.Ur 23. 14 U
SAtan county near tllt, and
there rnt the jwumjrr t of hi
Ufe. lie was ihe o, of tU 1U Tat
rick Muri'by and Wfure her marriac
hi mother was Mi KJita A. Kau
He wa edacatel at the Hiashata
Sehmd, whirh.wa then at the Oaks
aftrrd at Mebane.
When (leneral Stor.eman al the
of the war, dahrl throtjfh the
mountain nd tusde Li raid from
GreenlKrro to 8)Ubury the eadet
erp wa ordered ioto the ftehi to
meet him: but that was the ouly mili
tary M-rvie that Dr. Moiphy r
loiter lie went to who'd to Colons
. . . . f .... ., il at 1
her maideu voae i yeam more
at the l4itremiiy oi
xti I nnie St Vierre Verte One- 22.H7 knots r hour. m Maryland. For cverl year, be prac
Mi Annie St. 1 lerre, erte, sjue M wifh fla roo,hrine in Sarorm eountjf
and bunting when sue maue mi r j fn)m tLcn, M,nl tl, m anion, a.,
as xainting and remodeling; and li3 attraction in some sections
had also quite a lot of new fall goods , T, Tennessee Coal Fields
which had just arrived, lie had some
insurance though not sufficient to
cover the loss. No cause of the fire
South Atlantic Trans-continental
Railway Company has changea
name to the South Atlantic Trans
continental Railway. This is the line
which is applying for fifty convicts
under a new State law, and which
desires to speedily build about fif
teen miles of road
in order to reach
Hanged Himself in Barn.
High Point, "Special. Some time
Wednesday night at Abbott's Creek,
,:ie. ih nlnee. Rand
lWenhamer, a white man 35 years oi ;sne rorests
age, got out of bed, went to Darn-on
the lot and hanged himself from one
of the joists. lie retired as usual
and was not missed until this morn
ing, when his son found him cold iu
death. The reason given for his rash
act is that he was involved in a law
suit about a horse. He leaves a wife
and live children.
Greenville Has Enormous Tobacco J iff Watson -cnt down after aim last,
ureenviue xx . MeLnvcblin was one ot four
' PTIVW' 1 Willi r"M'flIt:U 11U111 v."
,,,..l,ir-fQ for ilenosits and atnaiu-c
money on goods stored or given nego
tiable receipt for same, ine capnu
stock authorized is $25,000 with $2,
000 subscribed. The incorporators
are Messrs. "Y. J." Johnson, W. 11
Sykes, Red Springs Trading Co., ii.
W. Townsend, J. L. McMillian, W. J.
r,.T nrwl a TT. TTall. Alex. MeKenzio,
J. D. Gibson, Garrett & McNeill, D.
P. McEachhern and William Robert.-.
Dr. Helmick, the night physician at
the penitentiary, has been attending
Mrs. Chadwick and treating her for a
nervous troll ble. Dr. Garrett, the
day physician, says that she is a neu
risithenic, and that her nervous sys
tern is in utter collapse. He said that
which she underwent during her sou s
visit. He says that she has a very
nervous heart, lyid that any excite
ment brings on an exaggerated ner
Dr. Helmick is of the opinion that
the blindness is only temporary, but
has called in oculists, who are ad
It was stated by officers at the pen
itentiary that Mrs- Chadwick had en
Power to Act on Loan.
Fred M. Phelps, Ochiltree, Texas.
Mrs. A. E. Warren, Haverhill,
Mass. . .
Mrs. F. C. Blake, South Corinth,
Mrs. Maragret Largy, Manchester,
Mrs. Philip Gagnon, Sherbrooke.
Miss Barrett, Manchester, N. II.
Miss Alvira Giron, Nashua.
Mrs. Webster, a dressmaker livins
J. L. Conron, Somerville, Mass.
Infant child of Irving Gilford, Con
cord, N. II.
w.Mj. E. L. Briggs, West Canaan,
.,4 ;n,i(K- Hook. A irtx'il
sight of the beautiful vessel was had
frL the shore for only a short while.
lined tb railing?
r,...-.li,.l h rlifferent decks oi
anu ciu" , ,.
thm. lnr.ro vessel, waving haudkcr-
nml American and British
Villain - - - - -
where be served come time a assist
ant phyweian at the Wntern laan
Afyluni. While in StauaUn he re
ceived the apjomttnent U the sapcr-
iotendeutey of tlie Uokpiiai lor n
insane at Morgsutvn ami mbc n
tune had made Morgan his hotnfr.
Held Many Boaora.
The marine observatory stations on j)f Murphv wjw a member ! to
the shore dimn-d their nags in salute, . , f mrii:r.i exaraineni of ortl
and other vessels u wtr 0,i-. Carolina and one of the lxrd oi dr
blew their whittles in jrrrfnng, anu
the Lusitania's blue ensiu was con
stantlv lowered and raised in ac
knowledgraent of the reception given
w i r- w . a
John U. uuncan, ueiuei, ... jr f -t 5aHsca tb
til ',Ar,GA ;n(ii,,de n hnv 4! The log of the Lusitaoifr fta
- . r, ,lnVs nnd DUXIC.
years oia, a man -iu yeais oiu, a nu-i - ; A. f
man of 30 years, a man of 55, and and I her time of
Those Seriously Injured.
The most seriously injured, who
were taken to the Margaret Hitch
cock Hospital at Hanover, N. IL, in
cludes an unknown boy with both legs
broken, arm torn out and head in
jured, dying. The other known in
jured are: Mrs. S. Saunders, head
Hook lightship 8.05 a, m
rector of the School for the Deaf
and Djimb at MorpBiton. lie was .
one tnne the-prejdont of tin oriu
Carolina Medical Society and an oftV
cer in the American Medieo-rayeJioio-
' ' Marhk'ce m .
He was married to Miss Bm
ivJ. LJ Btndy Waddella Bumcardner of Aagust.
fefV cr- n,in,r. Virinnia. rroni ine man.-.-
xioo "B"kHr - .- . tV,.-aro ,.- .ureivioir cbiureu.
tntnl distance was 2,7S2 siilas
The giant Cunarder waa fiven a
..Umerous creetin- by aba immense
w of steam craft as sU swept up
AA - -
the bav. She presented a magm-
Mr. JamM Bumgardner Murphy, and
Mr. Robert Livinston Murjdiy, Mr.
Charles Williams of Wallace, to. C,
a rister of Dr. Murphy al sumves
The death of Dr. Murphy was not
Negro Boy Drowned.
Raleigh, Special. Wilmer Taylor
Greenville tobacco market had a re-, some wav flel to a
ord-breaking sale Wednesday. Ihe gw and ha(1 a pitched battle with
banks here paid out nearly $3o,00U ge whQ surroundea them during
for the days sales, farmers are tt-which McLauchlin and one of the
dav afternoon wl
lighted at the good prices their to
bacco is bringing.
Dicharges 150 Men.
posse John Autry were wounded.
State News Items.
Early next year Raleigh will be in
Arm In Cotton Gin.
I U orITT TlPYT. VP 11 ILaidU I ... t1 11 I ATI ATI
Spencer, Special.-xne - - , - ttiug a eat amount-oi 'i7, ... . 1lis
Rnilwav Company discharged j.oo oi. . - - f Buckhorn Falls, drews met with a uau auiuv-.- --
aiuaimuj r i i, eiecinc uuwn a. a uaa - - ni
its employes at Spencer pursuant U . inrpr :s to the Edge- father's cotton gin at Rockfi.h bta
a general cut which it is learned cov- - Mannfacturning Company of t- His rfgM arm got caught
tne enure puvuu - Cnnpf, which will make yarns,
understood tuai vue iuuuwu ;
, i : . . : c.
e-n-o boys were in swimming got in- run for 30 years wuu permiiuu
ih.a "".' ... , i u I ai. n,;o nnvmiimpiit to I C-
bevond his reacn ana coum i me ouiuu,.ca.. 0 .
UWU I i ai li .nrwl nf 1ft venrs.
aeem mem iu mc ua. j
A National Employment Agency
Washington, Special. Secretary
Strauss of the Department of Com
merce and Labor announced that he
nnmnsAfl establishing a
inred are: Mrs. S. &aunuers, neau ... .,.. j, .,i
Koir ininred. Mr, C. N. Sauu- 1 cent picture as sue r ? r r," . i. hn 11 for tho
Washington, Special. The Bureau ders, Nashua, wounds on head; Miss JV" ' Buiiain,r wag strung a sc- pftSt year, and last September was
Hands of a EecetTer. tt;. helored wife and children were
pecial. The ortii ftt nU bedside when the end came.
An Auenw oi uxga
While Dr. Murphy was an alienist
of very tigt merit be was wonder
fully endowed with commoo seni
and as a practical adminisirator M
no superior. Ia th maoacemeftt Ql
the Hospital he condueted tbe affairs
of tne immense iwtibittoa so as to
excite jreanine adm"irUon. At the
head of this acat StsU iastution
which he has controlled t t w
founded in m ami wfcirh under hio
thaa 4.000 pstisais
Dr. ifiuphy mo4 sucesssfuy and a4-
mirablv managed it. He ktood in tho
flret rank among the eminent men or
bis profession ard reacted boner
uprm the medical frtteruily d aiJ
the people amnn? whom he wa born
and raised. In jrran like hi father
i,. oa t.ll ftf taJ:ie. fiofwy and ca-
AA " " " . ' . .
nnV.li nf 1 rwn rrrrin tinnrd exertion. A
Fayetteville, Speeial.-Leon C. Mc- " w received a C. Saunders Nashua, contusions on tal Ln'to BalUmore during th. past
near Waynesviiit D ffle,g store at Hope Mil s iNo. i, . " .V" Santa face; Miss D. Saunders, Nashua, in- " rV' vr he was operate.1 on several
some very exten- wftS destroyed by fire Saturday night cablegram announcing that the bant; injuries; Fred Saundens Nash- Vkelwme. fiy wnt hotEe by
ii-Hh nil Us contents. At 9 o clock I Tomimro Congress passed a resolu- cu,ur ;nirpfi. Mrs. Hester t...,.:-:.- thar tn di. The
: -a iii. "D nnvered in flamos 7. i i a: x. i. t?.:.. j Lu"' r A " 1.., "i ....i Tttr Oeorria Electric Oempany mm. i'rfJ.."'S-T;C " tbt.
a special woiKt'i is vna- ah iuU imp uuuuuis v.aw..v..-- i tion oe etraiinir 10 iuc wciuuiv aunaers. nrocion, mior., m-nu mi" -o - . i muM or nis arsiu
InfflcA of the Secretary of State copy-I nn(i from that time on for several . . n rtW. Brl1 -utll. hack iniured: Charles St. Pierre ,TsIe
ing reports regarding Onslow county hours the local fire department aiued $20,000,000 Domi- Yerte Qu?7. Anternal. in-iurif ' 4rt?ur Atlanta, Ga, S
to replace those aestroyea Dy nre. bv the tire ongaue oi. tuc AuFw y - - - - Jacques, MiiiDury, internal injuries; 0florffsa Electric Company was piac
1 - - Manufacturing Company with hose Udan loan, contract. The vote wa, e. A. Batchelder, Somerville, ankle Whe SS, 0 a weViver. This
neanarate Nesrro Captured. from the mill's hydrants had a strug- u r an(1 o against. The session at i,mUpn. Philip Gagnon Sherbrooke, .. tnran An netition of Ell-
Fayetteville, Specitl. Archie Mc- gle to save the entire block in which wbicll tMs authoiity was given to infernal injuries; John Barrett, Man- c , A,len aria w. D. Chamber lain,
' t 1.1. Acr-nt -notrr-n cnnvi.'f thev final v succeeded. Mr. McDutlie I p-afeipi-i t Cp.ceres was an extraord- I -i,
ectsr TC TT.. bend and breast in-! n- a -i nA ho Western UnioJ
of Cumberland" county, has been ar- estimates "bis loss at $12,000 an which inary Qne called for September 10th, hured; Miss Abby Jansen, Nashua, Telegraph' Company. A similar pc
vt ot Kir. entree. S. C. anl She:- there is .$0,000 insurance. to deal Avith the latest proposition b ken fronts bone. fnl. a receiver was refused by
for the loan ny
for the contract
The southbound train was mzde up j
Judge Shelby at Atlanta.
Kuhn, Leob & Co., of New lorn. at gherbrooke, where it picked up NorJh Georgia Electric Company h:
This proposition provided for the tvro seepers from Quebec and two piant of 50,000 horse-jiower on tl
n '1 Tl. COUVltlS ll u coioj-vu a..a. . W:-eirli. (Special. AiLUri x..A.,., . t r ftn i - . I a OIBIU via ----- ,
Greenville, N. C, Special. The a vpar or two ago prc. fr , v dv0wned in Walnut supply of the needed $20,000,000 on m0re on the way down. It consisl- Chlaltahoo.bre river and sells powel
ii- Al, worl-ot had ft 1-e- . e , - " A3.l a. I " ... . i ci I lmf iha lnnii he taken at I J C Al. V,n, naiconwr . - A llitlln
.reek near Ra'cio-h at 5 o'clock bun- condition inai u;e iucu ed oi tne Daggage cai, pM-.r.
cieeK, near na.ti?u i ,in- Tho hoods to I u ,i .. ; v.o A-.r.lAv
i-hore he anil Oilier 1 yo cents on m- '"'' coacu anu suiumu;; ten in vAiAAi. w.-.i.i
with the sleepers in the rear. The
train left White River Junction at
3:50 a. m., 40 minutes late and fol
lowed 20 minutes later by the JVion
a TiuiTi her ot points nrar
Samuel C. Dunlap, of Gainesville, was
Infatuated With Mulatto Woman.
New Orleans, Social. The sew-
. . it . .. , Vir.
treal ezpros, over the Central Ver- rc of real u n .
rieri: i.ottcnne coi.-
. . i i
wf Tho nnehee PTnrtss is Knowrt.i
ill, Jilt. AAiv vmw 1 I , A
nv l 1 1 if A 1 m. I .V(-ni I .TIlC I
as NO. ou ana me aiuuui i.u - tin,lMM1 of the. fund
-- v. ni i iessc UC oJ c
national I . iu. ,Mot,.r ' olllfe WUI Ir
I that the reducuon ox , .V Ttner cloths; the capital
the force is made necessary uy - stock being $25,000 and W. M. Green
verse legislation and in order to meet I being the prin-
exnenses. The curtaiimem appuw w - r
Increase of $6,000,000.
i-i Rnooinl. Magistrate J
Bridge Tumbles In.
Trov, Special.-A few days go
n . .1. tho mst. end of iSur-
ine appiou - . , has
rmUernth of Troy the city tax books for the past few tal in this city
fell in while Dan Allen was crossing weekg and who has just about com-
the machinery and was leanauj
erated. He was placed on the after-
nnn train which passed soon
the. accident and taken to Hope Mills.
rw MeGmiran happened to be near
-..mi" : nenHntion With a
Jlcna Mills oi vvm---"."-"
. -.l nlrH the.
rW.r.ent agency with T. V. Pow- w .rrSvpd imburse the public for nearly tne to- --"''"." . . . . yoala
M dTrWia charge so that capital and " Lr":-, I td amount of Lottenne's tl,efb - - w
lac- habo'r may join hands to their mutual - time Aeeorfi til he met the woman and De ful of fcM
benefit. The secretary said ne woum dyision gurin. infatuated witn ner, u . Account Trom Mcrston.
I A-ii .. .!, lahor is needed and I . , n.. I -ns nnnrat I . - ii- r u
otter i icn iur-i un. ---- . . i aAont a tf i .rnwiev. me nin, I -i i Mnrffanion.
a I . , , 1 - h. I iciiuvuii " I
i i 1 .1 ill. in-
rshvsician and ne piacuu
iuved man in his
V . . , i. Al.
11... ----- . . 1 1,
inform neoole where labor is to oe ou-1 ..- roneord. wnt a
- A A I liail' UlWIV",i v.. 1
tainment. di;nateh to John Greeley, the nigut American Social ciem,o
Atwratnr at i anaan xuai o- 3
rrt TTnnor Secretary of State Boot. 1 a ,nnr j -ia minutes late. The
jb v Awe - i vriio UOUf -
A order which Conductor Lawrence, oi
showed alter tne
ctates that NO.
- T i I acciuein. uuuumj t-v -
City says the Academy oi i 3Q ingtead Gf Ko. 34 was an hour
vwi Tn'ricnmdence. a branch of the I in minutes late. Conductor
San Antonio, Tex., Special.-
Ixl t A-V 4- frMin
" . '.ucu aaaaaaa . , Tit-n,. 1 ... t , tm-rr,' Xloiier. 1 liie J.rtrisui, hba.
been at work on brought him to the uignsmnu xxua special to ine Mpie accident distinctly states
shorter working hours;
in a two-horse wagon loaded with ; hig taskj was asked by a
lumber. The driver and team fell a P egtimate as to
S iririnteS injirynd lue of -the taxable property in the
... mi ..inc. Trom -. -i .lon TT!c rpnlv was
...,.K.Vlir il-l I ( IP. ine liiui " -" Oltv OT lillttllUOC. i -t.J
not seriously hurt. The bridge had Abont $i7,000,000, an increase of Jhur
been recently, repaired ana lw ;ibout $M00,000 over last year action was decided on
11 1 1 A- 1. t.. r rnfo nnndltlOn. A ,1L . 4-;n..a1 . thnt. It all IWmtU Haa3 , .1
iDougni 10 ue in oaa. T 1. means, "ne cuu""" -
rotten piece of timber that wa taxes arQ coUected, the city tax
thought by the workmen to bo sound jCollector vm handle about $10,000.
tells the story. I -
Ten-Hour Work Day. I o,.;0ntif.e Associatino. Tawrenee. believing tbiil he had suf-
ntonia. Special.-Because ot ta great r"..- f "tW in the hour and ten min
- ' . a at i,o I , 11 j cnnAia pnnvuraiiuu a , unvu. -
1 as Ai. I 1 . oAnvAcatinn
...f.w,l of the management ot wuc bas caUea a -
1 . 1 ii.iii - . i
s; aooui. vaav o1st
' i "li of the factory hav '"1"-V. " "
lureu cmpy.) -' ----
OI lAlvlllAlAAA... -- . AA4AO ... tu
.a Jn-minii tot I .. t : r.-; .a to Via held
Toinv Alill to gram u ucmu- tne memDers iu o.c-"v
- . U I ... 1 , 1
auoui. 1 1 oit j? wtnen ine uaiuo
utes to reach the sidetrack at West-
Buffalo, N. Y., Special.-" Is
cialbm a Threatening Calamity!
was the general topic announced for
discussion by the American Social
Science Association. Dr. A. F. W eo
er of the New York State depart
ment of labor, spoke on "Latwr ig
of Secretary of State Root . ahead. The superin
Canaan, four miles beyond, before Ration, National and Ifrna"'
Z No. 30 reached it, ordered his train aad W. J. Ghent on "Int"n
ahead. The superintendent declared tional Socialism; Its Aims, Method.
Mutual Insurance Company mow douuiu
Salisbury, SpcciaL-Tha People's Raleigh Special.--A telegram from
r..A..i t; Tncnrnneft Association ti4a rcnmbiA Richmond ana
has received a charter from the Sec- other points states that follow-
retary of State and has begun busi- the reduction in . the ,oe &7'
ness. It is backed by the best busi- ed at the shops 0f the Southern RaU
ness men of Salisbury. Its board of at Spencer a large number of
directors is composed of Thomas at Atlantaj 106 at Richmond
H. Vanderford. Sr., H. C. Trot M. discharge were made dwwhere-16U
L. Jackson, J. M. Maupin, W. C. ou yice president Ackert says it
Mann:-, G. C Stewart, D. R. Julian Jms nothing to do with the railway
N. B. MeCondless. 0. W. Spencer and rate legislation- -B
T, Ad-'-ock nf Syracuse, Nt Y. 1 -
Association Murphy superintendent iheSUt.
Hospital here, mcu at 1 1 .-
Wcdnesday after a year's -knt:
His death was not unexpected. At
his bed fide were all the members ot
bis familv, his wife and four children
The board of director w,re
idon at tbe time death occurred and
adjuRed for one hour, Mr. J.
P. Sawyer and C. IL ArrnMd bnng
ing in bv appnntment st tbe expira
4;",. . r that iimi a suitable tribute.
which was adopted. T: " State flag
on th main hospital b!d:n? was
ti,' . (l,l,e nlared ! half mat. Dr. Jlurphy wa4
walked out. iney neu. - oroposed for honorary memu:- th t thc accident was due to tue mi?- and progress. - " ko. a ,.f and had been superin.
A t.' o i a a. i-flcastis. ior-1 . . . 1 nrur thai - hv a sreneiBi i - ... -.
The name o fln.' - tafee in placing a . " 1 were - I ta-nt of tbe Hopital since 11 was
l A a l-i. nn-
V.M11. QVStpm Was Wllitl
eratives demanded. It was at u. . be broUght up tor memoe- instc8d of a four.
1 J a1, TTnited StateS.l .. 11 . l r Ua train I
mer amoassauoi 10 V ' three in me numuw ut "' 1 sion.
uvri," 0.0 h Ipft the mill but
ported mai ouu - 5mp.
opened January 1S3.
this report seems to have been exag
Young Mau Drops Dead.
11 1 AMlf4l
a.rrHnntl Riots. Tt Kace Trouwes iu
Vancouver, B. C, SpeciaL The riUgCrald, Ga., 6peaL The rai-
ker 17 years oia, son of Mr. and Mn. McPherson, was thrown from a bug
. . 1 j dead Mon-1 j : o ninswDT in West r.nd
Lindsey uroKer - , "r " ,nT seriously cut and
day morning while engage iav u""f irfeared he may aUo
aa bench in the . f aetory of the rcCoy
Globe Home Furniture nd Ueutenant from
Death was due to heart trouble from was ap?eo , . ative of
"i.u vnn. man had sunereu 1 civu uxc " -.-t -
IbT m " " " Augusta, Ga, , .
Ko Hopt of ArbrtraUou Court.
Hurt in Runaway.- . v.,. n r... SneciaL The! a n. PneciaL The mi- 1 t. Hirae. By Cable. There Is a
Atlanta, Ga pecUL- Major ituation here growing out of anti- fc ,d. back a which I growing belief among tbe delegate!
rank B. McCoy, commanduiS the 0riental i. intenailied;by the a"V- ,ttMk withLn !T ,. Tntarnational Peace Confer-
. 1 : hv tho 1 threatens tv"" . - . .
expected genius four hour9 on the negro hftt there u n0 bope 0I a per
, special.- C th.flWU.Wgm rf f-;
hwn me. fcr org.mxat.on. in. a -- e
Tans are threatening to Durn ice 1 quaiw - . ;u feiinj I maneni.
japs are o I rnlmmation of the IU ieuuo 1 r..rmn nnno
town H the assanus on uap qu - -,n- manV months. Ke- cnity is ""TLt;
are not stopped. When the next ship SSifS his deputies rilloD. Joseph II. ChoaU, the United
is due to arrive with 500 Jap immi- JjJSSigle the negroes SUtes' leading repiesentative is sa d
grants renewed trouble is feared, after a to pen "f1 tQ u one of tbe firmer t believers m
ST. -. i-1 1 -tC cn-Arn I dsTC nOt SWT UUVSi"5 "v . a., it.- nl.n
Many additional officers were sworn
dare not stir outside the
Geraany'i ecmity to IU plao(,