RALEIGH. N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 24. 1910.
f vv ;
Peary found it almost as cold at
the Pole as he did at Atlanta.
If this thing keeps up. Peary's
goose will surely be "Cooked."
Is the great increase In crime in
this State still due to Fusion rule?
There has been no report of an
escape from the penitentiary during
the past sli hours.
Baxter Shemwell's doctors say he
has "a very bad heart." Ought not
to take a doctor to find that out.
And Just to think. Colonel Roose
velt was once nothing but a plain
ordinary, every-day Vice-President.
The daily docket of the police
courts In several towns in the State
r.arf like an East-Side New York
M. E. Church, a Kansas banker,
has been arrested for shortage in his
ofonunta He Rhnuld be forced to
change his name.
Texas has three prohibition can
didates for Governor. Wonder if the
two who are defeated will still live
up to the platform?
These may be days of high prices
hut it has not been necessary to
open public soup houses to feed an
army of unemployed.
The President in Speech Give Seven
Point of Advantage Itefonn
Measure He Will Pree.
The President in a speech Monday
at Providence. R. I., made a telling
speech from which we make the fol
What Tariff Has Proved.
"First It is the best revenue get
ter we ever had.
'Second It has by the returns
shown that It has the largest free
"Third It has shown that the
rates of the Dingley tariff have been
"Fourth By the creation of a cus
toms court it has proved a means for
the speedy and just administration
of the customs law.
"Fifth It has provided free trade
with the Philippines a measure of
justice which should have been given
as far back as 1900.
"Sixth It has furnished to the ex
ecutive, by means of the maximum
and minimum principle, a leverage to
secure from all foreign countries fair
treatment for American products
without any undue discrimination,
evidences of which had been cropping
out In the tariff laws of a number of
nations. We are almost through with
our negotiations under this clause of
the law, and I very much hope that
we shall be able to conclude without
application of a maximum rate to any
country. At any rate, this provision
of a new law has enabled us to se
cure for the -American trade freedom
from the discriminations from which,
at times in the past, it has suffered.
Will Examine Protection Customs.
The Norm Resolution to
Change Committee On Rules
Caused Some Excitement
IN SESSION ALL NIGHT.
Committee on Roles Enlarged From
Five to Tea Member Members of
Committee to be Appointed by the
House Instead of by the Speak
Motion to Depose Speaker Cannon
Defeated by an Overwhelming Ma
jority President Taft Watching
Situation With Keen Interest Pe
culiar ailx-Up in Smithfield Post-
(Special to The Caucasian.)
Washington, D. C March 22.
th a new tariff law has
provided a permanent board. It Is
my Intention soon to ask of Congress
an appropriation of from $200,000
The fiaht which the insurgent Re
publicans have been waging against
Sneaker Cannon culminated in
most remarkable and dramatic scene
on Thursday evening of last week.
The Insurgents, with the help of the
Democrats, succeeded in passing
resolution, after a long struggle, pro
viding for the enlarging of the Com
mlttee on Rules from five to ten
members, the committee to be elect
ed by the House Instead of appoint
ed by the Speaker, and further pro
viding that the Speaker should not
be a member -of the Committee on
Rules. This resolution was adopted
by a majority of twenty-two.
The Speaker Meets the Situation.
Immediately, upon the adoption of
this resolution, the Speaker an
nnnnced that he would entertain a
tlon bill, and the bill to strengthen
the railroad rata regulation law.
It is said by some that the Demo
crats and the progressive Republi
cans by this action have robbed
themselves of their great campaign
issue known as Cannon if m, and
that the net result will be a victory
for the regulars. However, nearly
every one has a different view as to
the effect of this revolutionary pro
ceeding and only time can tell what
ts result will be.
A Peculiar Mlx-Cp.
The status of Mr. Standi, the ap
pointee for postmaster at Smithfield,
Is Interesting and peculiar. Mr. Far-
ker who had served but one term and
most creditably to the patrons of the
office and with a very fine record in
the Post Office Department, was dis
placed last summer and Mr. Standi,
a man who lived at Benson, another
town fifteen miles from Smithfield,
was imported to that town to take
the office and was given a recess ap
pointment. The confirmation of Mr.
Standi, however, has hung fire dur
Ing the whole session of Congress.
until recently, when the Postmaster-
General personally went to the Sen
ate Committee on Post-offices and
Post Roads and urged his confirma
tion at once.
The Conditions Are More
Farorable For Republi
BosineM Men Practically Agreed Up
on a Protective Tariff High Coat
of Food Staffs Benefits the Farm
era Democrats Joining the Re
publican Party and Are Welcomed
Into lis Ranks All Past History
Has Been Abolished Seventy Per
Cent of the Young Men Join the
The Washington correspondent of
the Charlotte Observer sends his pa
per the following interesting inter
view with a prominent Republican
from this State:
I asked a well-known Republican
manufacturer from North Carolina
what he thought of political condi-
ln the Immediate Hons In the State.
Mr. Stamcll. The "It seems to me that conditions
tr always followed soat reference
to a fellow's past history-
'One of the elder statesmen arose
and moved accordingly that aU past
history be abolished' and Immediately
there was no more strife.
"And so with us. all past history Is
abolished, if the erring brother will
Join In maklQg his State prosperous
and giving the prominence that Its
diversified interests merit.
"Oar colleges are turalcg oat
young tna who are too anxious to
enter the race to listen to the tradi
tions and prejudices and hatreds ct
"These young giants, instead of
throwing away their time and op
portunity in reading calamity-howl
lea newspapers, are pushing onward
and overtaking, aye leading, these
great modern combinations while
most of our press are crying to them
that they are poisonous trusts.
"Our young banker are too busy
investing the largely Increasing de
posits entrusted to them to listen to
"You may say. without being in
telligenUy disputed, that 70 per cent
of young men who cast their first
vote last election, joined the Repub
The Issue Next Election.
"What will be the policies your
SOUND OF PISTOL
Men ana The Mocktrif BirxT
Kept busy Tryinff to Dodjjo
DEPLORABLE CRIME LIST
Ua Will ttu,
4Hd tlaiUl i.AUla 4 fcuai
Gtr ! bf Afvnm
fal Ibcmu , f UU-4)m
Menlrrrr S-HLtyllj Au
tcw u tnW i t lMt
light ia C..tKr4 U ManW.
l Kill Miw-i.tw mn! CM I.
AhUU. N. c, iu:a i;.Cfcaa.
Morris, a U;bs, Liu tr ail
from Marion. it l,u:i( uu4 mu
mothr-tu U. &t; tu iAta tu ova
to-ear-tM cini4. ws.44 ii if,
and turuw. u .ti . a is trt.
Report I e-, r , rsi Lt
that Murru ai.4
the child lu fc. r
party will present to the voters In the
"Protective tariff, ship subsidy, ab
RAlnte local self-eovernment in all
next day a motion was made In the! are more favorable for Republican
Senate and carried to reconsider the success than X have ever seen in
xnrflrmoMnn nf Mr Rtanr.1. Tt la re- Knrth Carolina before." he said.
V. fnlAnVinnA wi a a on era vmi r I "tknn o-V, I An nnt maVfl it a rule to I matter. And lafitlV. '. men WhO
yui icu tua i a icicyuuuv a tocugw biiuuu a v w - - -
porting to come from the White mix my drinks and I am here on know the worth of our State and
House, was received by the Senate business and not politics." will make It greater; men who dare
Committee the next day urging that "On what do you base your and do; men who will be satisfied
Standi be confirmed again. In the claim?" only with seeing their State the great-
meantlme, however, it is said charges -Oh. this is not a claim, but mere- est in a greater South; men who will
of alleged attempted bribery against ly the trend of matters as I see lt and not stand for dictation; men who
Mr. Standi had been received and hear from the business element with know not how to fall,
filed at the White House, the day be- which I am thrown. This element "The Republican party will ask
tnra tfco tocr nflrmfltinn aaoma tn, h aatiafled with business every intelligent voter to adopt the
Tt fa said that Mr. Abell. a nroml-Lnnrtitinns from the Dolitlcal stand- motto. "Take the broader view, be-
nent lawver at Smithfield. sent a let-Lnint" cause our State will never come Into
U- algal 7
H.t m.'.r u:t tutu, lfciC
M. lltrd. oul) ikiA& y.
TuU mortal. iUi,; utUKk Mor
ris, etldcbW; eurir4. to IlirJ
bou. broke ni a a t4rr4 tloof a&4
openrd fire, ttw t.n a uts., Mr.
lilrd died lutUatij. a ail l& tfclM
Mrs- Murrtt u.; t.ti'wlr rr.
while Morru iwi !tvr lh ilf
inflicted uukJa mr a.4.
Morris u iw l t.L of
the Clerk ot the iVuri ,! UrloU
Mik Ma KilU UUr.
Dr. Stiles has taken up his resi
dence In Raleigh, but that doesn't
necessarily mean that he thinks we
all have the hookworm.
Rocklrjghaii.. N C. March it.
ition of from SZOU.OUU , " . . . . nem lawyer ai mituuem, bcui poinu 7. , , Mrs. cisuae ai .Lot ana ai-
to enable this board to motion to declare the chair vacant L contalnlng the charge8, which What are the conditions which Its own until every one of 1U "ns in.ianily kiiw Lr lt hu.bsad
10 eiiduic luio uuaivA j tn ie0t a tiaw Sneaker. Prompt- . ... w o ttl . j j unn-1 'Tl,a tho hrr,Hr tUw ' " . .
while aULdlug la tte -loot ol br
I get at the truth concerning the pro- - n .r" made were 10 1110 ene,cl inai Mr' you tninic nave prouuu tu .sp--
terted industries of this country, so UiUUUU , T J ottered to pay congressman rou a of satisfaction!"
llitl: wJ TJn hale occasion to W Congressman Burleson of Texas, Lertain gum of money to 8ecure Wg WeU( primarlly the slt.
luui. " - I qtiH this Tn-iTinn wan nnuii I v huuuuil- j x j it. - i .. . , . 3 . a
, 4- ! o, TOni Have the "uu - . . connrmauon. it i unaemiuou i.uai.1 uaUon. preaicaieu uyuu bwuuu
revise me wuu I A yv tha nomnorats. but the lnsur-1 .. . . . o - . . . .
GENERAL NEWS ITELS.
home ulkiLg tu a ;hKUn this
morning aUiut .2u oiki.
Youtig liAi U-t-n ma with la-
red. tO 1 . , oo-olnct Honrtnlnir - oiatcn ouiicuie uui iu wv- vunutu
The Baltimore Sun says it is but "Under this new law we have pro- ,f ine, voted . tg, ia uSn that a member of the committee In- a matter of fact, our people lected M arbitral0r of the boundary This m
The Baltimore Sun says it i Und er ne a er wge Speaker Cannon, taking the ' Itton ired of the Presiaeilt if he had re- are more thoroughly studying and di8pute CoBta Rlca and Pan. m4n aM
two weeks more before the day of eeeded to great prosp y 8 :hat0thei' flght wa8alt ceived and considered the charges of understanding the great Issues be- Mra. Yo
judgment for the Democratic party, earners h ave a 11 tne: y , Speaker personally, but for the ftttempted brlbery, and it thn devel- f oro them. The t
n0,,,nBorMHv unusually high "tee of pay. There inciple of having the Rulea Com. President had never B,naa mn are nracticallv a- o.n ?..!..!
ea uy tue wem"a, the next day, after the senate ror tne and freedom from the many isi
gent Republicans, with the exception gecond time had confirmed SUncll, wnici1 formerly beclouded the sky.
of nine, voted against deposing . . memDer of the committee In- Aa a matter of fact, our peoj
Get the goat-house ready,
rl:::::r.lZ President had never ..Buslncss men are pracUcally a-
;;reeV hut t do not think they haver eiec- Jjr" rZ'.l0Le the letter, but that it had been greed upon a protecUve tariff which
theK" V,;, . to cause suffering. wluua a iw uiu referred to the Post-office Depart- allows u8 to turn our raw material
That recent electrocution at been so high as to cause sunering. ker was robbed of a large part V
1 .1 if nna nrisnnPT n- AnnnnAnte have heen attempting I ... . A lL. .1 I
ueuiieuuaij , 1 uui uvi'u"v-" v" - , I ol HIS DOWer. ana at luo baiuo uuio yy
jt 1 l v,ii nrioes tn the new ta- . , a upon
less who is liaoie to escape auu ue a w w's -
menace to the community.
high prices to the new ta- I eltt" vote of conft- upon. ..im8 "W"M" .VJ Z brln us miB GOUDie 1Ice on aaTICe 01 aocior8-
Tiut their hleh nrlces have "M 6""" " 0 copy 01 tne same iener nem5 thus making our people prosperous.
- 1 nanrn. 1 91.1. 11 rtMaA niMf aa 1 a ao
If the Democrats would pulf off
their campaigns in the winter time
possibly the people would not so
riously object to their "hot air
heen in those industries with respect
ta which the tariff rates were either
How the Trouble Arose.
with the Senate Committee) a reso- and it prosperity to enable us Helen Bloodgood. daughter
lutlon was promptly . off ered in the I Q sea the brighter side of life. j Df wealthy New York parents, escap-
: , " .m'AVof . .- senate ana passea requesnus "We are Dracticany unanimoua vu 1 0a fTnm . sanltorium while insane.
time 10?;W tCrPffit W -kS President to return StancilYomlna- our Bupport of the Panama Canal. a three days' search she was Zn
5o se- tariff bill i -to use a moderate ex- 0r rognl Vn l f' Lhtnne and ship subsidy, which U sure to fol- found drowned. havlng committed not'beeQ dc0tlluly lJlb.b.d.
nression-unjust." sent Swlut on from the Census done and th matter noW h,anf ?f low. and why should we not be with gulcIde. ,ftrr l9 0-(
P lLL His Proeram. ttTioVin consldera- Are in that shape pending an Investl- lmmense traffic it will bring to Uih, luto tb. ,
President Taft then proceeded to tion, on the ground that the ComU- ga
1 v . . . he tution provided for the taking of the
cratic State Connt.ou wui e ''SSrOM that, therefore, anything
nn one side and wet on the other . rnnnontpd with takine the census
This is probably the most remark
able condition of affairs connectea
with an appointment and a confirma-
rhlef TiiRtlre Fuller, of the United irrtnim fur Mitral da) aud Dr. Frank
States Supreme Courtfl has been se-Jcovlugtou had kta aucudiuf him.
UloruiliK Ins cailrU j lb
Slid aa Le a ieailiiC th Lout
UUg followed Uiiu to th door.
The two er u&dli.x at the door
Tn on "anlti A an at Sin I t.lltln k)m r 1 Vmil r f.ril ffulll lb
upon a protective tariff which! Francisco, five couples of the seven jroom. The buii-t truck Mr. Young
no n. tit-r-n nn r raw material I 1. a a a vntirfl and I .a . w. 1 1 ik. t.K ..irini rmi.
ttUUHB uo fcvr vuaa v " I WUU DLB1 UBUWU Ulictu " I UU U5 atn lu V " J .
into a finished product and, thereby, I Blx minutes until stopped by the po-j dying in a fe miautea.
1 1 . V. nnr1a nrnflt and lain a l . A t .1 I
LnknoMn Wfiiu Ma A UnnpU Mr
Winston, N. C . March H With
sinister purpohf tui Uh unateaa
nlcht a lew Uiiiiuu -.f'-rr 10 ocioca
fired a 4 4-ca.llbre LuiU-t luto the houie
of Mr. J. T. St-arborouch Main
ui.oat frfif-i tli.- ijnl-oniCe. ra.
dlltk . u ... .
the eastern section of our State."
The Cost of Living.
After many years of litigation.
Mrs. Robert Ingersoll. widow of the
,-nlt Irnnwn atrnnatlf reroTffren a feel t . j . . i . t . .. ... I a, 1 1 .r
T1 .-. aV. rt nFinncinnTI Will he Dili lu I m ..on nan V.A aA . I' I
WakU Ola ajiyumvauvu. I DUl laic 1 uuoivu ..... r - - I QI f 100,20 1TUU1 U1B CTUlie Ul II Ijirid NITS A Hi 'T) fft iU UW I UOaaa
tion that has ever occurred in -the vour Darty that tariff has increased mfn.r for -hom her husband v'... v . ... ... nri. Lut
- I " I IUlU WttltU laat u"-
history of the Senate. the cost of living!" acted as attorney. L nna hurt
5T,r the rietaila of the connected with taking the census
with nrobablv a deluge In the middle. I maiaraa ln nraotirallv the was a matter of constitutional priv
m - i v a i iuuo aaicoLv a f
, -ht Pnrhostpr lleee and should have preceaence
same laugutigc o.o 1 - . . ...
. , i j .. : nmn. . . ,,a i. tt uraH holover the rules 01 tne xiouse. xuv
aUUOk aaca.x. " - - o I DUCCLU W a lasb " x,xa. 1 - . a
. . . . x. (immDacker resolution was enter
-ratip refen that the rule was estao- naa attempieu as mutu - . r . . a.
lished that it took ten mills to make to carry out the Roosevelt policies, tamea ana aaoptea nJfrom stiff prices and you can hardly m June. Immediately upon the return
He asserted also that he was at- As quick as this was done, Con- The Men Get Recognition of Their "o beneficiarie8 to vote to Lf the former President to this coun-
PHILADELPHIA STRIKE OVER.
"True, in fact too true, but ours are
an agricultural people and all pro-l Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and Miss
.we are reaping great benefits Eleanor Alexander will be married
Gambling I-1 t" Tragedj.
Lexington. N 0. Mrch 20.
tt q ocCOrteri also that he was at- As auick as this was done, Con- The Men Get Recognition of Their Irom ! . ' aVl. while a Eanr of r.ffro I
aaa - - .... emert tnese Deneucianco iu iuto . 01 lue luriucr ncsiucuv mi vaa- . , . .
tempting so far as he could to carry gressman Noms, of Nebraska, rose VnSmtt the Main Point at Issue, by profits I was about to try The young man Is working In a plied their trade this 'l'rn ia
out the pledges of the party plat- to the floor and said that he had a Reinstating Discharged Fellows. S &nd the carpet factory havlng commenced as the woods aouth of ton dic"llJ
form. He referred to tne postal sav- resolution w wnsuiuuuua w6- PhUanelnhia. Pa.. March 19. AL1T,cottien conditions which would a day laborer and supporting himself, arose veiu
ings bank bill, the Interstate com- to present and demanded uau probable settlement of the street car ceruinly follow Democratic success. Henry Moore
merce amendments, the conserva- consideration, and pointed to the fact t Jn BignL a ..Furthermoref farm products de- j. C. Mabry and thirteen confeder- Moore shot Ha kin. ac
tion. Statehood, and anti-injunction that the Constitution provided that numerous conferences mJmd 8UCh a price that every one ates were convicted In the United f77. Matiu
bills. the House should make its own rules uit aftern00n and are KSran will bealn to do a little farm- States Court at Council Bluffs. Iowa. Munll in lr Fight.
" "Ar both the labor unions and the and that his resolution was 10 carry tn-n.i?ht. a nroo-1. a - nf frond in "fliln" renorts of horse t,.,.rn v C . March 18. J.
Press reports seem to matcate mat manufacturlng Int , t0 . out " !,-' Ula has heen devised wh.ch ta .Eten the m
The "Whip Saw" says that "So
cialism is but a departure from bar
barism." Yes? But in which direction?
. . . AS. A
M. Staley. a eii-snof n
T.cc Pnnrto cam tn in rioat P. that I - . i..nto coom tr hp 1 rn t that PonstitUtlOnal DTO YlSlOn Dj ... , I 0 I . . ... a i
ao awaa., waa. v manuiactu rmg ol""" " " ' , ositlon has been uevisea wnicn is ..Vv.n the man who lives In town racing, tnereoy aeirauuiuK mau; pv- vj staley. a eii-"" -----
Roosevelt has carried Khartum, Su- opposed to the anti-injunction bill, reorganising the Committee on Rules e favorable to both sides. hi earden his chickens and pie of thousands of dollars. The h boSpltai to-Jar. s result of
dan and some more of the back coun- he said. "It must be a fair measure, and . The proposition submitted Is sub- biita. maximum penalty Is a $10,000 fine " m a central fight
u nt rrratin nnnosi- and I hope It will pass." was one of Constitutional prlvl leg e- tantiali. a8 follow8: keep a cow ana. lt ui j- and two years' Imprisonment. wblch OCCurr near Julian. thl
tries., in spite of Democratic opposi ana i P declared be Jt was apparent that the insur 8A5 e arTto be taken back a pig' . fc . . . . mav - unty suiej horribly beaten
tion. . J tn mvpv axATita were all in the House in full aii Stnaers arts i "While on this subject, I may say , , county, a i . . ...
xiic x icoiuuw i .. . u,.,,- i .,111 All Strikers are w u tan.u
cause he had attempted to convey gents were all in the House in full possible, given their
his views, to Congress "in some de- force, and tnat neany every -Tbose wbo are not
"While on this subject, I may say
that I encouraged all our mm em-
. a i .ir.i frrtured. ar-
a. . . a -11 i-.nr mill CTTI- I -w ' I UD ttUU aa.a a
, his views, to Congress in sum - , w reeular runs. Those who are not l"" -.v- " - councUman of Pittsburg. Pa., maaes t bave vD lMUi ior
Up at High Point the water main L thfirfi had aKain arisen talk of crat was in his seat, while many of "S"" . plr ln thelr old DO, ployes to do all of these things and Ba.rtlI confession Involving pwt "... rhh at hce house the af-
burst and the Greensboro Record executive usurpation. the regular Republicans were out o are to be placed on the extra their tac""J" and present members of the city ,
savs residents there began cooking their seats and a number of them out JJ0 $1.50 a day until they answer whether It Is successful Louncil9 Ia 8erious charges of brlb- u un4er,tood that a blockad.
sajs resiaenib mwo u" 1 ,...ar nn' I v.Q nv it uras clear, therefore. 1151 ana Kaveu x.au . j i .ollt vftll are sneaking mostly or . a. 11 18 . .v.. ,.tr
GRAt has airxivx w - ' Uet a reeular run. The matter oi J r r. ery. rorty-one inaictmenis u .till figured lam-u
mr.'W -w 4- V. 4- 4T etmA VAO I IITIATI TXT Q U Ull I I I t-tl ID" - I M n i nn n I Tr.ll r1 aB n f 1 W I'M. 1 1 LllCfiC L U. I I - - v
liUJIJba JbtJlV. tliac 11. uxxc o-a. a, " . I av; Ko,.lr the 17
to a vote at tnat time it wouia ue : - - - - av efit your party in a roca-riooeu I .. a...... mi. wife.
Henderson County Republicans Ap- carried. This caused i the regulars a to be paid ocratic . State?" It w announced by official, of ' , TOune wblu ffiAS.
prove of the Congressman s u, pruu - -v . ftll be 2, cents an hour, to go into I . . . i j "-Spanish War veterans tnat wnen tne '; ' bot bU
T.ii,rtinff All His appointmente. lengtn so as noi to lorce me " " . . nt. an honr things in a Droaa Yiew uu w--; invention of that body convenes
All aboard for High
Wonder if the next Democratic Na
tional Convention will point with
pride to the way their members in
lengtu so as not w wire me coaci . .0a ,,.
, . effect at once and a half cent an nour
... r 10 - i aann vpar utilii
Hendersonvilie. i. iuaicii u. i . MC,nit(nn until nhaent mem-
1 WlionolUU talc iwuiuiavai aaaa.a.
Congress voted on the postal savings The Henderson County Republicans be gotten to thelr seats.
bank bill? held a county convention nere tu-ua, j"be Democrats and the insurgents
with a large attenuate, v- . i,h...ed that tj,e Speaker and his
R. H. Staton of the County Executive filibustering; and then
.r h'iiT,1! convention of that hodr " rnJ
.ncrease Is granted each year until a-naPP.a . Col ,n8eP..mher n; wn ?';hMtltt occurs a
h tx-octoo rear-h 25 cents an nour." I " consolidate witn aiuea orginiwuonB " iA it i nn
"B " - I "Tho neirrft is OUT OI DOllUCS SUU . ..... . . . . I iiiillr.i hfitT.?. ai i""
. ... A .9 I m
the white man can choose along tne I . Vf. - .. Li-r.tond that Bluings wm
... I ea commanaer-in-cnici ui mc uun . . . ro.
line of Drindples; whichever party Z"" influence of liquor nd had jaat rr
. " a..." - 1 ho I OOUICB. . .
ooT.TaEGE SET O.V FIRE. ' "'. bodies. innu ----- f . fh.
. u w xt n Ton t i liic vjuuuij a. - , jtiik..'anir ini rneni I i tv.. whita man riiiea nnn i iiki e i i. , t-,, r nLiii -
A Buncomhe County man neggeu " ,0ng 7t"ruge. eTci T.ie I . L ra7o loer to violence . , Q ' h, tad
peuivcu-i . t, nriTifrressional. Juaiciaii' , a v.. t. inccnaiari awwup -o I . . a .v ...i Af a uuiuimuuo vu.c aaa , .. lie oeciowa
www . , i trying to get every aosem meiuucr mi - indiir-lor iraua at eiecuona anu mo iuu.oi a .
a to live and Senatorial Conventions. The dele- yote m re- School-Wte Citizens Are Indig or Improved that Court of South
the judge to send him to the
tlarv rather than to force him
... . . .. i . . t,a a v.a irr trroflsi on ai lion veil-1 .. . .. . j l
with his wire. aViayoe De aggers i gates w mo va . 1 stilt was tnat tne nouse stayea m
that he could not escape from the tlon, which mee ts in Asher "f; pr" Uession all night and all next morn-
instructed to vote solidly ... . Mah0i in the
l-aa I a.aa, - ..a.
Due Wrest. S. C, March 17
2nd, were Instructed to vote souaiy i untn a truce wag reacbed in the port of the burning of Harbison Co I yigabUity of any Federal election law
for John G. Grant ior re-nuaixiuc. whereby the resolution lege at Abbeville, ana an attempt. 10
"v. , ii Resolutions were adopted endors-l modified to limlt committee burn the president's home also, was "We are getting an ei
Spivey. the last man to be legally K the action of Mr. Grant in the Ruie8 from fifteen to ten mem- received here to-day. Three negro opposite party who
l election law 1116 ir,ai 'Ci V " , . -rrr.s around nis n
1 election law. testImony ,n negTQ.m baTing ber rtts
element from faTOr, In that no examination was pleading . flfed tboU.
xo believe In niade of the woman at the time of drew a re vol
... the alleeed assault. one of wnicn
hanged in this State, expressed pleas- Federal appointments in this restrict, &nd th& game was submItud to men were burned in the fire one principles and are honest enough to ine auegea assauiu domen, ablle one of the balls went
. . . . I. .is.. OTtiiih he has nlled. I . . . l . ... l a n-n I ... . t I I . v mrt of nlS own
ure at the fact he would at last oe in every uun.c " " I a vote and carried. The rules wnicn from cnanoite. ou j declare tnis Deuex. nriean. laat week had a "dark through tne
cured ot indigestion. There .111 " Lth"s modified were the same and one from Ojntt Sew neulu Welcomed. day when at noon chic.en. nt arm-"
... a , euiuusiaauv.aiij itne w pen ruies ana ine same as uic i r ne SLiiuciita rctcucu tvajx&u , . , . .
he manv however, who will be anxi- Vi, 1T, the county 1118 neeaUies . . . btuuc" , . I ,, how about the man who de- to roost and it was necessary to light
' ' jjavery xvcyuui . .. I Democratic rules unaer speaaeri lumping out oi uv wiuuwws. i . . . l j ..t
was urged to go to Asheville on April fire was of lncendiary origin. serts his party -to .join .yours ."7.;""
I a a at,..,-. nne0TirT1VA in I
zna ana greei. mcii a v-.
ous to take the "cure.'
IS Ul aaav.v-aaa.ataa j aa a0a . . .
I . . T.J . . .. n n v Vi ln T I l.M.l.a.a
... .. . I .i vac rnnnrt nnnrwi in nai luru i gusviviuun -a-' uu.u-u
.i .ii - . . a i aa nriiKV 1 1 f 1 1 . " avuuu w m. a.. ...
The Charlotte News says that 2, Congress. M, Orant, LHHj;-L, front ,a veranda of h.l Not at all: J- SSS",
Pr.acl.rt- Chargrf With Ar.
Volcanic dust from the SallBb'-HT. N- C, Marcn n
in Mexico and Central ltb siting ere to
,y8 that 2, Congres m J, St that the new committee should he e front halT an hLTwi op "nd ."he America comh.rTed wilth hVavy cloud. K. ...... ..
f o?nfa DisfrSj -dHon. Ada R. JS, Tto ff?2& AbST wTSS wltme wh.ch should .wait the con- caused the phenomena. Qrry U. ?JXZ
As. son f tne Tentn ohIO District " 'S deSoTTndtn. this afternoon denouncing the hum- vert who sees the light even at the - 20th. Bev. R U Bi (j
of the patl- wio be the principal speakers at JSiZ Ing. Five hundred doUar, was sub- eleventh hour. An order . W"" th X . bond of
500 whiskey prescriptions were
sued in that city in February
of course, only a portion
ents needed whiskey, Charlotte's to-j the convention.
tal sick list for February must have
Verdict Against Physician.
Charlotte, N. C March 20. Find-
.future legislation of the House seems Ing. Five hundred dollar, was suo- e.eveutn Bur Harry Thaw held for trial under . bad
hoTitr iirvraT. the resntt. SCrtDea Dy ine town cuuncn ui auurr, -- .i,,!. 71 t Parker i in
aaa-wa. - i .... . . m i .ia v. f M m nvir nn we sire no-iin innar oeiurn 11 aaa t iiiiu. a. u ....
ITllie as a re warn iur ui; vayiuic v tn , - - . i - - i T
the .mtif nartr Idly becoming a party in which the In a suit to compel one of his former nty
exalt him; for mark you, we are rap- 10 appear oeiore n iu IZ.uyy. o- - " T" of coiapHc-
ldly becoming a party in which the In a suit to compel one of his former anty Jail under charge oi
Interest. 1 office seeks the man and manhood attorneys to restain rrom couecung lty Ia the Darnms-
I I . ,j frnm hf etate. rlres Thaw I
-.ertntennent of roads ot the defendant was guilty of The President took no hand in Deanand for a .e a noVliving In the past and hope that he may be able to have the Kills Six-Teard Child.
I negligence in nis examination ot ma mis struggle, out. no m wi. wuiw . mhmi m rennened In the Federal ... uarch 18.
Wake County died last Tuesday night f. gboulder ta dlagnosing the watching the situation with keen In- New Orleans. March 21.-The de- "5, with Sure7oglUlore WUmington, V C.. March 1
and before Saturday night there I complaint as rheumatism instead ot terest, especially as to how It will mand for babies here has reached . I. JJJJ illwtrate this with Courts nadSonse ln Following fUo A0m 0f
were a dozen candldatea tor the Job. a dislocated shoulder, the jury in the affect the reform measures which he such a proportion that It is feared a tale J?- werc m. ew York. who had gone to the home o r ner
Of course, these dozen Democrats are U- of Miss Daisy Long against Dr. is urging upon this Congress to that there will be a serious shortage J, NeW Yo father. Clem tr two" hi dden
vi .wamre, waaoi uv"u aujwaw a I .ll.n(, m.1r..vlM. n a T, I. nMJM m.n that In tllA inDDlr. . - atttt latat enCOUBtCt, W1UCU CttlMOU taVllir hCT tWO CBU31"Ca
not pie-hunters, it Is only their Pa- Tof tbe defendant, returned a it harmony Is not restored, tiat it A car-load of babies from the New the people to assemble to make some The most expensive things la the Ml is a negro, at a
inuuDiu s.aav vuo. wavaa. " i TeroiCi, awaraixiK mo piainuTi x,-1 win result: lu me aeieai ui uie pgs-i auu. luuaiuaiais a a.. .--. . tnnt Inned OH 6V
. . 1 ..... I ., . . a. vn. av a. .a 1 -a 1. waV I "Tt w nert1n tw. that the a hoot-1 Kitw4 I (ConilBU'
their services to the county I
tal savings bank bill, the anti-injuno- j was given away here last week.
"It was ascertained that the shoot-1 Selected.