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A very destructive fire took place
in the town of Panteo, In Beaufort lunn. X. C
County, about thirty miles from thla terrjew to-day,,
city between 3 and 6 o clock Monday
Xo Matter What Oflwr May Ito, He
l in the Ilare to tfe Lout-
"Farrwrir to Clark.
Iredell and Columbus Counties are
not troubled with race suicide. In
Iredell, there are twenty-four chil
dren In one family, and In a Colum
bus family the number Is sixteen.
Tuesday afternoon between C and
7 o'clock the grand-stand at Kanap
olis was blown don by the severe
wind storm and Robert Gunter, who
was one of its occupants was killed.
Bitten by a bulldog belonging to a
member of the Haleigh band, the lit
tle daughter of C. I). Bradharn, of
New Brn was badly hurt. The dog
was shot and the head sent to the
State Physician to determine If it
The receiver, stockholders and di
rector of the People's Bank of
Chapel Hill, met last Monday before
Judge J. C. Biggs in the office of
Attorney It. O. Kverett and It looks
now as If the bank will be put on Its
feet and will open its doors again.
Jealous of the attention her hus
band was showing another woman,
Helen Price, a Charlotte negress, shot
and blowed off the head of her hus
band, Oscar Price. She surrendered
quietly to arrest and was placed In
Leave of absence has been granted
to third and fourth-class postmasters
In North Carolina to attend the meet
ing of the North Carolina State
League of Postmasters to be held at
Winston-Salem, September 23d and
Ab Byrd, of Fayetteville, who is
charged on July 2nd Inflicted the
blow which subsequently caused the
death of Fred Thomson, was arraign
ed Monday before Magistrate Mc-'
Lean. He pleaded guilty, waived!
examination, and was remanded to
jail without bail. i
Wayncsville is just now in the 1
midst of the busiest part of the
tourist season. Every train brings in
crowds of visitors from the south and ,
east. Theliotels and boarding houses :
are filling up rapidly, and It is quite i
certain that the town will be crowded
by August 1st. i
July 2. In an fn
Hon. H. L. Godwin
matin the following statement.
"I have received a letter from Hon.
O. L. Clark In which he declines to
submit the controversy between us
regarding the nomination for Con
gress to the people of oar district to
be decided by them and In which he
volunteers the suggestion that If I
am dissatisfied with my nomination
that I appeal to the State Executive
Committee. I am entirely satisfied
with my nomination since it came
from the regularly organized Demo
cratic convention of the Sixth Con
gressional District as a result of the
recent primaries in which my nomi
nation was authorized by a majority
vote of the people of the District,
and I have no appeal to make.
"Since Mr. Clark declines, how
ever, to submit his case to the Demo
cratic voters of the District, I have
no further suggestion to make to him
and whether opposed by him or sup
ported by him, I shall use every hon
est endeavor to carry the standard of
my party whkh has been placed in
my hands by Its convention to suc
cess at the polls on the Sth day of
Jona G. Carlisle, of Kentucky.
Secretary of the Treasury ssder
Cleveland, died in New York City
Theodore Roosevelt. Jr.. west to
work for a carpet company at San
Francisco as a salesman. He sayg
he wants to be known Just as a plain
MNklng street car men In Colum
bus. Ohio, forced the Governor to
call out the State troops. Unlets
quiet is speedily restored, he will pro
claim martial law.
Nine young men and six girls were
drowned at Munich. Germany, when
a boat In which they were taking a
pleasure ride was upset by a storm
that came up suddenly on the lake.
Fanner Fatally Stabbed.
Apex, N. C. July 2S. Zeb B. Sat
terfield was stabbed several times
dangerously in the side by Charles
Gibson, of Clarkston, S. C, this morn
ing between 1 and 2 o'clock while
curing tobacco for W. A. Williams,
a farmer near Apex. They were hav
ing a chicken fry, got hold of some
hard cider and a dispute arose over
a trivial misunderstanding. Gibson's
trial came off this afternoon and he
was bound over to court under a
$750 justified bond, which he could
not give, and was sent to jail. Sat-;
terfield will not live, it is thought.
Gibson w orked on Jacob Clark's :
Oakley Brothers Arrested.
Durham, N. C, July 30. The
Oakley brothers, Frank and Will,
charged with the murder of Mrs. Bet
tie Carson at Shakerag, Person Coun
ty, December, 1909, were arrested
this morning at Hunt's saw-mill by
Detective A. P. Sprites and Officer
Former Speaker and Secretary of
the Treasury, John G. Carlisle, Is at
death's door, due to an attack of In
digestion. He Is seventy-five years of
age and has been in failing health.
The gossip is that Janitor Wend
ling. arrested at San Francisco Sat
urday charged with the murder of
Alma Kellner, of Louisville, Ky., will
be taken there to-morrow. He still
claims that he never saw the girl.
, The Minnesota Democratic conven
tion nominated John Lind for Gover
nor, after he had repeatedly refused
it. After the convention adjourned
ne persisted in his refusal and the
Democrats are now at sea as to what
ine presidents of Brazil and Chile
are expected to visit Washington this
month at different dates and Presi
uenu lan win leave nis summer
home to be on hand to greet them.
ine visits are entirely personal and
have no political significance.
unarged with keeping their ten-
year-old son in a cage, Ora Lewis and
wife, of Frankfort, Ind., are locked
in jail. They claim the boy was bad
and given to evil companions and
they took this means to prevent him.
They were nearly lynched.
More than sixteen thousand deaths
have been reported in Russia from
He Admit Ht identity, bul Ihrai
All Knowtedrr- of tlx CHiwe A
San Francisco. Cat . July 30. Jo
a Wediic, the Lowisvllie janitor
acced of slaying it-year-old Alma
Alma Kellner. at Louisville. Ky.. was
arretted here to-day, He dmPs his
identity bat -denied his guilt.
A world-wide heat for him was be
gun. It was thought he might re
turn to Europe, having come from
France but a few years before he e
curd the job of janitor at St. Johns
For the arrest of Wendllng. $ J.-
000 reward has ben offered 11,000
by Fred D. Kellner. father of the
pretty S-year-oId victim; $S0O by
Governor Willson. of Kentucky: and
:30 by Colonel John H. Wbak-n.
i politician and 11,000 by the city of
' The little girl disappeared Decern
1m r Mh. For months it was believed
that she had been kidnapped and the
entire Middle West was scoured on j
various clews, several letters de
manding ransom being received by
At the end of May the girl's body
was found hidden in the basement of
a parish house of St. John's Catholic
church, a short distance from her
home She had been trapped while
on her way to church.
Then It was found that Wendllng
had disappeared on January 14, when
he believed the search was growing
dangerous for him.
Where is the Place
Clothing. Shoes and Hats for the whole family
- . mt t X A. A. .
shipment 01 new iorn laiesv up-to-aatc
reached us this week. You should get into
more of these garments.
Any Man's Suit
in the house. $1
down; then $1 a
Suit, Skirt, sv,:
or 11 at. c -
50c a wit
Just think of the largest clothing company 0f
the kind, then make a dash for 114 Fayetteville
Street. Ask the man, he will tell you the name
of the company.
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Kir.IITEE.V KILLED IX
n act: riot.
The committee appointed hy Gov
ernor Kitchln to make an investiga
tion into the management of the
State tuberculosis sanitarium at
Montrose has begun its investiga
tions. The committee, is
w r V W J V I
of B. C. Beckwith, of Raleigh, and j
It. F. Beasley, of Monroe. ;
Lewis Stewart, a farmer, was j
found unconscious with his skull
fractured in one of the stalls at a to- j
bacco warehouse at Winston-Salem, j
The supposition is that he was as- j
saulted with a brick by a negro and ;
robbed. Mr. Stewart was removed i
to the hospital. His condition is se-
! w. L. Martin, of Roxboro, being tak-; the cholera, out of a total of thirty
en there to-day. ; seven thousand cases and the plague
The men are supposed to have ! is sti11 spreading. The government
; been blockaders and their only mo-: is taking drastic means to stop the
! tive to murder is the belief that Mrs. j epidemic, but with little success,
j Carson reported them. One of them !
is now under bond of $300 for re- JL,r- uook, the explorer, whose
.tailing. . -claims to have discovered the North
Pole were found to be false, and who
Arrival of Troops Quell the Hostil
ities How Trouble Started.
Palestine, Texas, July 30. At
least eighteen negroes were killed
in a racial clash in the extreme eas
tern section of Anderson County last
night and to-day, the culmination of
an enmity between the races brew
ing for several weeks.
Eighteen is the number of dead.
according to the more conservative
reports which have reached here
irom tne isolated section where the
disorder occurred. Other reports
place the total fatalities at between
imriy ana iorty. Jt also was report
ed that several white men were eith
V 1 1 lrtl 1 1 .
ivaicu ui wuuiHiPH. niiT oarn ni
mor as to the casualties among the
whites have met a denial. The ar
rival of the soldiers had a wholesome
effect and to-night the belligerents
are reported to be dispersing. Fur
ther bloodshed will, in all probabil
ity, be averted.
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Eloped Couple is Freed From
New Bern, X. C, July 29. Miss
Nellie Small and "William Stone who
were arrested in this city yesterday' r,,, ,
on nation received from BaU ZSZLmZ
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cusiouy. i he warrant, l nnn whtrh .
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Benjamin Bishop, and his brother.
Jasper Restelli. All of the injured
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H. Alston, the preacher-tailor, and ! ing were killed by lightning during
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his keys and make their escape, but
the timely information of the negress
caused their plans to be frustrated.
Stedman is Named in Fifth District.
Greensboro, N. C, July 27. After
an all-night session, the Fifth Dis
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438 ballot, nominated the Hon. C.
M. Stedman, of Guilford, he having
received 277 votes, the number nec
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