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PROTECTION ! INDUSTRY ! ENTERPRISE ! PROSPERITY !
HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, X897.
WasiiiXGTOX, Nov. 15 Senators
and Representatives already in Wash
ington are discussing with much in
terest the probable length of the com
ing session of Congress. The hope is
general that the session may not ex-
conruittees and notified the members
to import for work on the appropria
tion bills in their charge on the 27th
Inst., more than a eek ahead of the
assembling of Congress.
As President McKinley has never
had a doubt that the Senate would
ratify the treaty for the annexation of
QFCIOEO IN CALOWELL'5 FAVOR
SAM WRIQITT PAYS TT1C PENALTY.
Jadza Coble Dfcl4 tb Kallraaa1
aioa Act Caitttotinl.
Statesville, Nov. 10. After the ex
ceedingly able arguments of the dis
tinguished counsel employed in the
la ttUtef Nae Rack
tim Wat PmttKtl 0m4 la EJfal MiMUi.
Goldsboro, Nov. 10, Sam Wright,
whoM real name was Wiley Vaughn, I Charlotte News.
the negro wno murdered Mr. W. A. I The News learns this morning that
Carr, was privately hanged in the jail I Newbolb, the South Carolina eonstav-
ceed six months, but tne opinion is publication of a trustworthy poll of
case of Caldwell vs. Wilson. Monday yaru Her today. 1D drop if a at I ble woo killed Kir. J. 21. Turner near
Hawaii, he was not surprised at the and yesterday. Judge Coble rendered I 12.03 p. m., and eight minutes later be I Spartanburg last Wednesday, Is under
also general tlvt it will depend entire
y upon circumstances. If no financial
legislation is .tempted, it will be
comparatively easy to complete the
business of th session by the first of
Jane, possibly as early as the first of
Hay, as no time will have to be lost in
oranizin and selecting the House
Committees, rs is usual at the begin
ning of the !oog session; but if finan
cial legislii-m of importance is to be
put through fh House and to be at
tempted in Ti o Senate, everybody may
as well ma' e u their minds to an ex
tended sie;:n, with probable failure in
the end. Knowing the situation in
the Senate, many Republicans favor
letting financial legislation alone until
it is certain that something can be
accomplished. They argue that the
agitation that would necessarily ac
company an attempt to legislate on
the subject would hurt business and
could do no good.
It is thought by those who ought to
know that the President's action in
issuing a proclamation exempting
Mexican vessels in ballast and steam
vessels from the payment of tonnage
duties usually imposed upon foreign
vessels in our ports, will give Ameri
can coal compete control of the Mexi
the Senate showing that more than
the required two thirds of the Senate
had stated their intention of voting
for ratification. The only thing that
oan make trouble in this connection
will be for the handfuli of Senators
who are opposed to ratification to take
advantage of the absence of a cloture
rule in the Senate and stave off a vote
indefinitely by talking against time
whenever the treaty is taken up.
his decision this morning In favor of
the plaintiff, I. C. CaldwelL The
Judgment of the court was embraced
under three heads, viz. 1st, That the
act of the Legislature creating the
railway commission and giving the
Governor nower to remove, etc.. was
constitutional; 2nd. Tho court re
fused to submit the Issues presented
was pronounce! UeaU, ileal n Delng
caused by strangulation. II was a
bad man, according to his last confes
sion, he killed two men one In South
Carolina and the other in Georgia
before committing the hut crime in
Fork township on Saturday night,
The crime for which Wright paid the
to a jury for trial; 3rd, The court finds death penalty was one of the foulest
in favor of the xnuxuers ever committeu in wayne
Cn the night of the 2nd of
Indigestion is often taken for con
sumption. The word consumption
means wasting away, and dyspeptics
often waste away as badly as consump
tives. The reason people waste away i
because either they don't get enough
to eat, or they don't digest what they
If the latter is your trouble, take
Shaker Digestive Cordial. This will
help you to digest your food and stop
you' loss of flesh.
Shaker Digestive Cordial is made
from herbs, barks and juices of fruit
by the well known Shakers at Mount
Lebanon, It possesses great tonic and
Shaker Digestive Cordial has cured
many supposed cousumptives (who
were really dyspeptics), Dy simpiy
on the issue presented
plaintiff, L. C. Caldwell, as above sta
Maj. Wilson's counsel made a mo
tion for a new trial, which being over
ruled, they appealed to the Supreme
Court. Mr. Caldwell naturally feels
gratified at his first victory In this
case. The opinion here is that the
whole matter rests on the constitu
tionality of the railroad commission
October Wright went to the store of
Mr. Lon Carr, in which Mr. Carr was
asleep, and gaining admission on the
pretext of wishing to buy something,
knocked his victim down and then cut
his throat with a knife previously
sharpened for the purpose.
In his confession Wright states that
his true name is Wiley Vaughn and
that he was born In Pleasant Hill,
Lancaster county, S. C.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that ean
The occasional occurrence of severe
flnceincr in nubho schools calls only
temporary attention to a system that not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
is not only wrong, but positively con-1 x . w k-.$
trary to the spirit of our fundamental Iedo, O. We undtrsigned, have known
. mx . n.ii. n.tii t.u I V T Ptianav frr tha lxt 15 TMT1. and
law 8. i. lie u e uiscipuuary uuunu i - - . . . rvnT
. ...... j t,t.iKrtr,ftrWA In all bn.In I idea In going to Columbia
menta inmciea on scnooicnnureu pro- . , ,7 7" " thl RLatA the t2M tiiAt was offered for
rtinnpd to children, and as a who e transactions ana unciauy aoio scarry "
the protecting wing of Governor Eller-
bee In Colambla. He arrived there
but nigh J at about 11 o'clock. New
bold went to WInsboro Friday night
and It sooms that he had been In hid
ing in that town unlil yesterday morn
ing when In company with Ex State
Constable Stevenson, be started for
A telegram yesterday morning to
Chief of Police Daly of Columbia from
the chief of police of WInsboro, stated
that New bold was known to have left
WInsboro at an early hour yesterday
in a buggy. As soon as this dl patch
was received Chief Daly sent several
of his men to watch the roads leading;
Into Columbia. Newbold, however,
evaded the officers and arrived In the
city at 11 o'clock last night. Up to an
early hour this morning the police had
not located Newbold but were satl3ed
that he was In hiding and that bis
whereabouts was known to the Gov
ernor. Ex-Constable Stevenson was see a
last night In Columbia. He partially
admitted that he and a York county
officer accompanied Newbold Into Co
lumbia. He ttates that ewbold'a
.mjivv - I were iccllljr ujropc-pmoy, jj oiujjjij i poruOUCU IU CUllUiCUt auu aa a nuuio I - I hlMntnnL
market. It was an act of reci- helping their stomachs to digest their accepted by them as inevitable and out any obligations made by their firm. I Dls capture,
and ne? strength.
Sold by drugpists.
Triai bottles 10c.
procity, as Mexico makes the same ex- food, thus giving them nourishment proper, are accepted by the public as
einption in favor ol our vessels.
The probable choice of the Republi
can majority of the Maryland legisla
ture of a successor to Senator Gorman
continues to figure largely in political
conversation at Washington. Owing
beneficial. Few persons object to
them; for at home and abroad, it Is
well known that children must obey
within the bounds of reason. But
rnnUhmpnt Amonntinc to torture of and mucous surface of the system.
Ak:M n,n,on i. nrvorhpr Annmvbv I Price 73c, per bottle. Sold by
Bucklen'A Arnica Salye.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
to the large number of eligibles, there Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, bUc 8entIment nor authorized by Druggists. Testimonials free,
are wide differences of opinion as to uuuams, v.uru, auu DviU law According to the law or this
who will be chosen. The legislature tU8itic tu.CT x State, a convict on the street or hick-
pay required. It is guarantees to ory may not be shipped for the vlola
give perfect satisfaction or money re Uon of the ruiesof the keepers except
funded. Price 2o cents per box. Hot
sale by Shuford Drug Co.
meets on the first Wednesday in Jan
uarv. but it is nrobable that the Re
publican caucus will nominate a Sena
tor a day or two before. As thirty
four votes will be a majority of the
caucus, and Baltimore will have 21 of
them, it would seem that Baltimore
can easily name the man if its votes
CAUSES OF DEATH.
The latest vital statistics of England
bv consent of a committee. Here, dis
cipline Is more imperative than in a
public school. The child may be sent
home if incorrigible; the convent can
not. The convict may -be a man.hard-
ened and hardv. the child cannot.
a a a . m r rvvv a il S
snow mac out 01 iu.wu ueatus lu u- C as accomplished, too. with the same proclamation offering
gland 2,500 are caused by bronchitis The convict may deliberately defy dis-1 . P IntbJ 17A . .
can be kept- together, but that "if"
has already assumed formidable pro- am consumption; that is to say, over cipline, confident of physical ability to
portions. one-fifth of the deaths that occur in endure what he well knows will be a
It is not thought likely that the England are due to beonchitis and cruel test of hs powers of endurance;
mnforonnpa nnw I'mnf on betwefiQ AnnonmntiAn Thfl nmnnrtinn 1a a I a school cnild never win. inese Deat
West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, I From passengers coming Into Char
Toledo O., Walding, Kinnaa & Marvin, lotte this morning from Columbia, the
Wholesale Druggists Toledo, Ohio. News learns that after the killing oa
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Wednesday last,. Newbold hired &
nally. acting directly upon the blood team In Spartanburg and drove acros
to a point near itocic inn. m xor.
ill I county. He remained there until Fn-
day afternoon when he left by private
conveyance for Wlnnsboro, arrivls
"In spite of less active trade during I there early Saturday morning.
October io most sections of the coun- Ue claims that the shooting was en
try and the virtual stoppage of busl- tirely accidental and professee to bo
net at the South as a result of the exceedingly sorry for 1U
yellow fever scare and the quarantines The Columbia State of this morning
the aggregate total for that month ex- gays that Newbold Is reputed to hare
ceeded even September's Immense to- told Mr. Stevenson that be, being aa
tai and marks the heaviest month's officer of the State, preferred I to sar
total since January 1803. This result I render to the governor and wished the
did not wUh to
month of September." Bradstreet's.
surrender until the grand Jury la
Spartanburg had been discharged for
this term of court. He claimed that
Hon. John A. Kasson, Special Com
missioner representing the United
States and Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the
The old man who looks out at the
A.lil with r1iir ami haltv evea ran-
In Germany; but in Russia 3,400 deaths happily so seldom shock public feeling, Innerited irom him no weakness nor
out of every 10,000 are caused by con- must be laid to passing Impulses In the tendency to disease. The healthy old
Premier of the Canadian government, sumption and bronchitis; or, In other tyrants In whose power for the pres- man is the man who has tbrougnout
will result in the speedy negotiation words, over one-third of the deaths en t the child is, without strength or his JjP u yne in Vthous-
of a treaty of reciprocity between the are due to these causes. In the United discretion to resist. Ih the name of an(j doen Qerin, through
TT SI ortrl Hnnriflrifl. nlthonch that flfotaa tha staf Satins nrf nnt SO eloselv diseinline. without jury, counsel, ad- the healthv bodv wltbout effect. Let
uua m - - o i vJm uu w w v w - j a - - m . a .
may be the ultimate result. The pres- I kept; but It is certain that it does not
ent conferences are expected to define fall verv much short of Russia in this
- i i . . . . ...
the positions of each government, and particular. It may be putting It a of justice for breacd or some one oi nis ol tnem lnttead of giTlng strength
a a a ami &a
trifle too high little rules. A manner tning wouia oe to the tissues it will lorce upon mem
r ma xt t Vi a f rtriA. I a . .t . 1 U t.. 1 Innntrttlrtm tnttP anil I M man W i 1 1
w oj I io reisgu auu leave iu uvucia uciici i - 7, . t , I v- u t. (m
third of the ...... losa flesh and the more susceptible he New lork, engaging In the practice
deaths occuring 8Qliea lDe l ieacuiUK auu I is to dliase. Dr. PlercV Ooldeii ' Gf law. according to reports today.
discipline, wunout jury, counsel, aa- the healthy body wiiuoui e u ecu ue
vice, or hearing, the despot wreaks up- them once find lodgment or let them
on the he.p.ef child bU pl Ide.
of course, each will wish to get the
most it can for its citizens, regardless
of the interests of the other. Later
negotiation with Great Britain repre
sentatives Canada cannot negotiate a
treaty will determine whether the
give and take spirit is mutual enough
to result in a reciprocity treaty. Sec
retary Wilson will oppose any reduc
tion in the duties on any.Canadian ag
ricultural products which compete
with those of our own farmers. The
Canadian officials and the ladies who
are with them are receiving many so
cial courtesies. Dinners have been
given them by the President, Secreta
ry Sherman and ex-Secretary Foster.
Postmaster General Gary has been
highly "commended for his action in
issuing a fraud order against John
Wedderburn, John Wedderbum &
Co., and the National Recorder, their
laper, but he regards it as having
been merely the performance of duty,
to protect the public from frauds who
make use of the mails. Evidence even
stronger than that which brought
about the recent disbarment from
practice before the Patent Office, hear
ing. All mail matter for either of the
dental. It appears that with tbt
views uppermost Newbold went to
Columbla. Mr. Stevenson has seen
the governor, and the attorney gener
al, from what can be ascertained, has
conferred with the governor.
it4 TanvTHw Yarft.
Washington. Nov. 17. Speaker
Thomas B. Reed will retire after th
present session of Congress and settle-
in tne umtea
caused by bron
chitis and con
certain it is that
it is not very
much out of the
way. Now what
i s bronchitis?
Bronchitis is catarrh of the bronchial
tubes. What is consumption? Con
sumption is catarrh of the lungs.
What is catarrh? Catarrh is an old
cold. A cold which at last becomes
settled and for which no cure can be
found. People are frightened at the
appearance of an epidemic. The pa
pers are full cf it. Houses are quar
antined. A thrill of fear and excite
ment pervades the country and yet all
epidemics combined do not cause so
mauy deaths as catarrhal diseases.
One reason lor this is tnat many peo
ple have catarrh, and another reason
that there are so few remedies that
have any lasting curative effect in
chronic catarrh. Indeed, it would al
most seem as if Pe ru-na was the only
will be stamped I reliable internal remedy tor this mala
returned to the I dy. Pe-ru-na cures catarrh by remov
suited the task or teacmng and con
No fact is better known that schools
are s access full v tangbt without bru
tality in the discipline. This proves
that there are persons so happily con
stituted as to be fitted to fill the posi
tion of teachers. We read of more
murders than we do of these shocking
outrages. Usually the victim is an
orphan or otherwise without personal
protection; always a child of tender
age. and frequently Inoffensive, even
To have control of the children of a
community with power to inflict the
torture of beating with a ,lub or a
Medical Discovery Istbeooly median- I
that absolutely aud infallibly cures all !
blood diseases, and almost all dieaM-
are blood diseases. It Unt a tuodi'riiM
for some one particular dlfA. It
a medicine for the whole body. It
forces out all the genu of dien m-.l
It U Intimated that eminent and
wealthy citizens will endeavor to make
hWu leader of the party In New York
Slate to succeed Piatt, the preaent
Impurities with rih. r. !
RICMAPO FOtOM CLEVELAND.
5knfl Baavarjr RJr.
Information from Marshall, where
Tk Ex.pri4al' So Nam AU
Princetou.N. J., Nov. 10, The n-tue
of G rover Cleveland s son is to
Richard Folsom Cleveland, In honor of
Mrs. Cleveland's father. The student.
1 t .1 - v T.tnMtnn xm?m rf txm
1 ui.i- I auu irsmcuu ui . .
norse wnip or a "m infant rained O rover Cleveland. Jr.
lice 10 parents or incuus, ui iu vm-Ai-a
tt th law withrmt witnesses, and
v..a - ' I . ... .. . 1 1 .
purely at the discretion of the discr- .Int-roPj,
. 1 Hiiii niuriiui. iiiv aa v ews . w
tion of the person wno 1 anne ame shkker medicines are used by suffering
time proecutor, judge, jnry, ana exe-1 humanity for the cure of sickness ana
writers. Newspapers which continue
to Drint Wedderburn & Co's. adver-
tisemeut may find themseves called to
book bj the Post Office authorities.
Chairman Cannon, of the House ap
propriations committee, doesn't in
tend that the work of his committee
ing the cause. Pe ru na cures catarrh
wherever located, whether of the bron
chial tubes, lungs, stomach, kidneys
or any other organ.
Dr. Hart man's latest book on chron
ic catarrh seat free to any address by
The Pe ru na Drug Manufacturing
.hall furnish anv excuse for lengthen- Company, Columbus, Ohio.
ing the coming session of Congress. Ask your druggist for a free Pe-ru-na
cutioner, is too much iower and priv
ilege to entrust to any man. In deal-
in' with ferocious animals the
law delegate no such powers, and cer
tain lv no community ever knowingly
delegated such to any person in con
trol of their children. There Is a well
nnderstool limit, that children shall
be treated like children. Were It oth
erwise narents would be in continual
Never was there such universal de
mand, never such wonderful results.
Shaker Digestive Cordial, a cure lor
Indigestion, is prepared from aerbs
and roots, and is a natural remedy,
which cures by aiding nature and not
by fighting her.
Shaker Digestive Cordial makes
those fat who have become thin by
not digesting their food.
It restore the spirit and tne appe
tite of those who are dejected and
the Circuit court is in session, is to the
effect that Sheriff Ramsey of Madison
county liss resigned because of the
probability of ectlon being taken
suraJnt hiiu. at the Instance of Jodge
l Ewart. alleging neglect of oGcial da-
tie. Whiskey is said to be the cause of
the trouble. Several days ao Ramsey
visited this city and was found on West
College street in an Intoxicated condi
Hensley, who was charted with taor.
der, was acquitted. The speech which
was made by Senator Pritchxrd la be
half of the defense. Is spoken of as a.
great effort. Asbevllle Citizen.
dread, and children would co in terror fafrJjJj oat from the wearing effects of
to the slaughter nous wnere screams 1 indigestion.
of nlAvmates kent them In daily re-
membrance of possible tortures Im
pending over themselves.
GEO. P. SXJLBOCU.
It relieve the symptoms of dyspep
sia and after using for a reasonable
time, finally euros the complaint.
Sold br drurrUta. Trial bottle 10
Mr. George IL Moeer, who llrtt lr
Clines township, this county, had the
misfortune to lose his house, barn and
crib by fire yesterday. Mr. Moser U.
the father of our townsman, Mr. F.
P. Moser and U a good cltlxcn. His
many friends will learn ol his lose
with mueh regret.
The gin and calling establishment
of G. W. Bailey, In Union connty,
were burned hut wesek. Two white
men have been arretted charged, with
He has announced all of the sub- I Almanac tor 1S0S,
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