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Vol. XIlI.-No. 139;
CON C01ll, N. C; TH ORS DAY, OCTOBER 1, 1896.
Whole NO. 1,518
DEATH AND DISASTER.
mtorm of Tuesday Last
.sweep All Over tne Snnnj
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 30. The
kilties yesterday's storm so far
foot up eleven. The body of 'Capt.
Charles B Murray, of 'the ill fated
tog Kobert Turner, "which "was
blown ashore in . the Savannah; river,
Us found today, wedged in a train
itff wall. It was brought to the
tug. Lifter tne
was heavily damaged, but no lo3S of I the house gave way before the tree, 1
lire occurred. which crashed in on Mr. Trice, his
Lighthouse Keeper Evans reached wife and little son. Mrs. Trice who
the city in a boat late this afternoon had just retired, was caught by fly
with the first news from Tybee ing timbers and crashed to death.
Idland, at the mouth of the Savsn- Mr. Trice and little son, who were
vah riyer. The storm there was sitting near-the fire place, were
severe. - All the hotels are damaged knocked to the floor when the-house
and the pavallions of the riotei Ty gave m, but their injuries were only
bee and South End Hotel, both slight a d they managed to find
1 irge structures, "were. carried away, their way: out from under the wreck
The Chatham Artillery Club housed age. i r ;
at the aoath end of the beach, was Reports from other points in this
unroofed. The ccttages fronting State and throughout the South tell
the beach for a distance of four of death, iniuries and terrible disas-
ter. .; . i ,v
SHYER OR GOLD.
Better than either is a healthy
liver. If the liver is O. K. the
man is O.K. His blood is kept
pure, bis digestion perfect,, and be
can enj oy life and act intelligently
and patiently upon tbe questions
of tbe day. You all knowwbat to
take. : You have known it for years.
It is Simmons Liver Regulator
Fifteen-year gold filled v afebes,
Elgin or Waltbam movements
Ladies or Gents, sizes SI 1.50.
city ty a iescue
tody of one of the deck hands was
. i fVa TTn? tort Shatoa rxr -
picseu up uj w.-v, .v. nines are all damaged.
enue steamer Tybee, which has been r Brunswick, Ga., was wrecked by
on relief auty since me arorm buu tne hurricane. The nronertv loss a Few Honrs stop
fided. James McClure, a pasaenger ia estimated at between $350,000 and A part of the counter-shafting in
0Q tbe Turner, and two deck hands $500,000. The loss of life is four, Mill No. 4 at the Odeii factories got
are still missing. Fannie Jackson, 80 far as known. out of running gear tbia morning,
colored, who was injured by a falling A special to the Morning News causing the machinery to stop for
roofn Southville, died today. RU from Burroughs, Ga, says: The several hours. The shafting was
ley Williams, colored, 75 years old, st0rm started here yesterday at 10 soon mended and the mill started
crushed under a roof, died tonight. o'clock and lasted until 1:15 o'clock, up at lood. In the meantime the
The injured have all been re- pne tree9 were ijjowrl down in the baseball boys had a good scrub game.
moved to the hospital or, to their roaU8 and woods. Ahout ten houses
hoses. Five others are fatally in- in differfint nlfl arP blown down Forest me suddenly.
jared and will die. The fatalities All the stacks in the rice fields are Q Monday evening, September
are likely to be much, greater when down. Tne new Ogeechee' Baptist 2?' BP Forest,-who conducts a mer-
reports have been received from the church at Shilohand the new Epis- chandisehusiness at Albemarle and
Islands. The damage, to ship- . mw tA fha was Mayor of the place, died sud-
piog iB heavy. The steamer Gov- gr0UDd. Three lire, were lost and denly. He was at .8 Ple of b08
ernor S.lford, which left Beaufort, pergon8 crippled. The low "SStL)
S, for Sava.nah kd. ated at$60,000. M.S,
.irp is on t AQhnrA nn lln.nrnniPiAlt.--i x i v . i 1
AUg, IJiaaiO KBTO DU HUU WUHj.'.J -5U:- 1, .U. M.
iBiauu auu o -J" ' j i - -iljTOS - 6 Pen neia 10 saye ma llie Forest
ana ury lniana. ne sieamer voi There has never been such. a storm
rent to her assistance this inorningHhere 8ince 1854. : ' . .
uui uas uuu icvuiucu. r BEATJEOBT , 8UPFISBED GREAT
is felt for the tug Uyntbia,whiCA
1 "-Af . - . i . -lit'. -
D PA II I ATOO
rf-., I ha W -m m
Quadruple Plated BakineDisb with
: Porcelain Dish inside $625,
cheap at $10.
Quadruple Plated Water Set.
(Pitcher, waiter and Cup)
Childrens Sets, Knife, Fork and
Spoon, 15 cents, while they
Bon-Bon, Glove and Handkerchief
Boxes "at an v old price."
For . years you and your fathers
have found it of sterling worth.
It is and always has been put up
only by , J. H. Zeilin & o. Take
none but the genuine. It has tbe
Bed Z on the front of the wrapper,
and nothing else is the same, and
nothing so goocL p .
"Rogera"Dnuble Plate TM Spoons,
: 82 40; former y U 50. .
Only a few pairs of Solid Gold
Spectacles let.' at 2 2b.
was a highly respected oiti- x. ,., f
zen and figured v prominently in J to bum coal during the coming winter
Cfanlw Annntn aUa ha rrlnc - UcAA lwill saveinonevand trouble by purcha-
kjbMu&j WUUV ; W wr YianrllA t.h bHt
The bark? .Cuba an4 Rosenitu,'
which drifted from, their moorings
and went ashore, it: "is believed may
be saved. The ichooners Island
Jity and B D Metcalf, which went
ashore on their way to sea, were
damaged. The bark Kylemore broke
away from her anchorage at quaran
tine and is lying against a training
wall half a mile away. The loss of
what,. i aa and -will deliyer jmxiiuvjty in anypart
y Of thercitx4;Soui lert aresolfcltK
" Hstens lh-
; taeniiiyicff ma.
WJfmv?,,' B?? eebtUt f
Bei,fort tay AVithbot -preiaon.- ..He i.. i fellow th.f listen, in. QVAblirtnWftn R
tion from the- WeathSr, Barean, tly bis'talkinB to,onnd fl f g
which the people of Bianfort hate ,.. , i, w w PW"- w
had reason to expeotiWonldprto UHiii iDot
lUCia Ul.au aiuaviumg wi IPrPM
Solid Gold Stick PVs at and
Sterling Silver Cicnk Hungers, 45
Five-Dollar Syrup Pitchers for 83 50.
Sterling Silver Hat Marks 20 cents.
Solid Silver Thimbles 25 cents.
Five-Dollar Pickle Casters $2.50.
Sugar Shells, "A T' 50 cents.
i Souvenir Spoons 20 s cents.
Thc goods must be eold and now
i84he ti me to ?et .4nci JCnTisttoaa
presents at J their yalne.; ' n ;
ing cyclone or hurricane, Beaufort
was suddenly Tisited yesterday by an
almost as fearful' and deatructive va
cyclone as that ol August, 1893. It
Aimain all if a fnTf flVnnf. 12 tinrtTI.
mall sailing vessels taitoTl.lg iCTOtil-toW-
m intensity, as long as it lasted, its
II rj nsn II It 11 1 ar.' II; A! ' V -
For Infants "and Children
the marshes and creeks and on the
beach at the mouth of the riven
Most of these were small coasting
vessels plying between Savannah and
neighboring ports. The fall extent
. . the "Record for July.
RICHMONp IK THE STORM AKEA..
'E very where I go I don't bear
anvthine but McKinley" said Moo- , We are determinea not to spena our. time annprgy frrumoiing
Richmond, Ya., -Sept. 30. Ine dy, who has returned from nis , . . incominff month the bieeezl Jolv we have ever had. we
Jl ou remma me 01 ioe uruuu We are eoine to do away
MiW". --UV man who had a nail of water ponred them. Here eoes:
are nnttincr out a lot of "Hummers" and we are coins: to inike them hum.
with, stickers. We will make Movers out ol
of the damage and the loss' of life m08t violent wind-storm ever known I mountain fastnesses
will not be known for several days, in this section burst
lhe centre of the storm passed ia8fc nieht about 9 o'clock and .raged nn h!m nhA thoneht it was rainink About 60 ors of Ladies fine shoes of Zeigler's and Beed's m kes. all
east of Savannah and struck inland,. for 80me two hours. The wind was all over the world," said; Bedding- small sizes, 2h 3, 3J and 4 thatwe will pell at l a pair. Not a pair among
northofhere. The.damage on the ftccompaniH:by. ram and .the blow neld. NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Ties, some
South Carolina Coast is believed to waa fr0m the SOnth-westv Trees ' nl fwf patent leathers, some tans, some fine dongola pat tips, all to go at 75c.
be heavy, but so far little loss of were uprooted, fences-blown down, Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for &a 3. fAbout 60 pairs Ladiei fine OxtVMs, all Zeiglers, tan. grap
hie is reported. The rice planta. windows blown in and houses no- your trouble? If not, ge a bottle and black ooze and fin kid, sizes i to 4 All to go at 31, Made to sell at,
tion3oatheCarol.nas.de of the Sa- roofed in . eyery direction. On n0w and set relief. This, medicine' 2 fmnst
vannah riyer. and alone the river Broad street tbe roof . of Jacota' has been- found to be peculiarly Bay State and Padsn Bros., all to eo in at 01.25. Call for them tbej'
west of here suffered heavily. The clothing store was blown in on some adapted.to tne renei anacure 01 au won't be nere long. 'Aneymusc go. - . .
4V c ij i-xii i ft . ,j . A. female complaints, exerting a won NO. 6. A few prs of Misses Oxfords, si
ncem the fields was little injured, sleeping children, and one of them derful direct influence in giving NO. 6. FOR MEN: A lot of Tan, Goa
oemgeoyered with water, but the gerionslv hurt. The Second Baptist strength and tone to the organs., ir
sraT, j .,r i j v.j j you have loss of appetite, constipa-
atorehoujes and mills were wrecked, church was damaged. tion,. headache, fainting spells, or
Qd the rice stored ia a total loss. TVia oame atorv of the storm comes are nervous, sleepless, excitable,
Tho r" n. ...-t. ii u. I melancholy or troubled with dizzy
fuwwuoi on me vKeeuuco to tne lispaicu xruui u uCr iue lls iectric Bitters is the medi-
uu aiiamana rivers on tne weor- state east or tne uiue ttiage. joarns cine you need, ueaitn ana strenartn
sizes 12 to 1. to go at 50c.
Goat and Black Yici Kid Oxfords.
They are $1.50 shoes, and are fresh stock just bought them.
Womens Solid Leather Shoes at 65c Womens solid Leather Pebble
., , ; I . . w I " . Um, ua naa iKfr womeiiB douq ueamer ofloea ooc v omens ewm jjeaiuw xeuuie
m side also were heavily damaged. Und 6 mall outhouses were swept K ff Shoes at 75c. These are 01
ihe damage in the city will prob- away, trees uprooted, residences un- store.
exceed $1,000,000. Hardly a roofed, wires prostrated and general I " . . .
ildinpeacanerianrt tbonsanda of wr,rmii9; A Wayne, W. Vs., special says :
W. 1 ":T I"""," I; " " r: .. t Barxlan- lait n.Rht entered the
. ii .. xuesaaj s iorm w " noorhonse and carried off three
r.IPflTivM ii. . l . m I - ... j . I . . . . . .
.".v"ur away tne wreckage irom forebodinga or uanger w idubj
tlle streets went on all night. The homes last night, says the Raleigh
parka are pitiable sights. Tall trees Press-Visitor, but to one humble
we torn up by the roots or are cottage it carried death. A sad and
broken in two, and lie " in swaths distressing story comes from St.
across shrubbery and flowers. The Matthews' township near Garner,
ruin i8 complete. When one of the strongest blasts of
Tbe historic Bethsada Orphan wind was expending its fary, a giant
Some, founded by , George Whit- oak gave way to the force of the ele-
a centurv and a half ao. seven ments and fell on the house of Mr,
in the country from Savannah, O N Trice. The weak timbers of
hundred dollars' worth of clothing
and other valuables. Jefferson Ful
ler, who was staying oter night
with the superintendent, lost a gold
watch and every stitch of his clothe?.
Help Wanted. f
Agents wanted to sell Macintoshes
and Bobber Clothing, i-Tires, and a
full line of Rubber Goods, - ( Part or
all of). Free samples, and pforVcfpd
ground to worsers. Factory P. O.
1371, New York.
shoes, all fresh and nice. Ladies fine Dongola kid button shoes, made at
Alexandria, Va. Solid as any shoe in the market, regular $1.50 shoos, to
go at $1. Mens Fine Satin Oil Shoes, lace and gaiters at $1. Thty are
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy English Ties, everyday h hoes, 1.00 Solid
as leather can make them. Big job in straw hats at 10c, some of them
are 50c bats. We buy Trunks in car loads and retail them at wh Resale
prices. One hundred Mens fine Serge Coats at just half price. Y have
everything in the line of clothing and furnishing goods. Every thus np
to date and at prices) hat can't be beat anywheie in the State. C an and
see samplesjof the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our cus
tomers' '' ' ;t :. . -J : - v ; ; '
' - --v. -: :7;.-r-:. . .
JOBTwentyKfive suits of finejill-WoolfCassimere in'Cutawa: ;rock
Suits, sizes 34 to 36 for 400 a suit.1 )They are 100, 12.50 and 15.0onsait8,
Call on us and see these and otherjattractions. I r - -