North Carolina Newspapers

    THE MONROE JOURN
7. .A T"
VOLUME X. NO 8
MONROE. N.C., TUESDAY MARCH 24.1903
One Dollar a Year
j Sparks of
I
j public (J) pinion. J
Dr. rklver' View.
Iftfi 1 Kai-mrr.
Ir. Mclvcr joyfully declare that
on every educational question the
legislature weul the educational
ay.
Th Sheriff Who Did HI Duty.
rnrh$lrrun StamUtsl.
If Attorney Polk of St. I.uis
docs not look out tliey will umke
lii in President yet. lie is about to
do the same thing to the vicious
elements of St. U.ui that he him
done to the brilied and bribing offi
cial. There wax sheriff who did j
his duty once in llullalo but that
is another story.
The Big Trust Coming.
lr. K. K. Hale's successor iu
Iloston said the other duv: "You
have labor trusts and capitalistic
trusts and they are having a glo
rious time fighting each other be
cause they do not know they are
inevitable, finally they will com
bine, and then the great consuming
public will have Ixith to reckon
with."
Must Be Told and Retold.
Krlh t'r-.liua Hatl...
The IMitor of the Baptist goes
this week to lMiihaiu and next
week to Jacksonville, to organize
the auti kiIiniii forces for active
work. Itretlireu the war is not
over. The eople of North Caro
lina must be told and retold, each
man at his own door, a' out the in
justice of the saloon anil its danger
to us.
Let the Uood Work Uo On.
W ilniOlj.-t.iii Mt'4M-titftr.
llovcrnnr Ayeock, Siliieriutend-
eut id' I'ublic Instruction Joyuer
and the'r lieutenants seem to have
mapped out plana for a vigorous
campaign of education for this
spring. I.ct the press and the pro
ple give them encouragement and
backing, li'l the good work goon
until every w hite girl and hoy in
North Carolina has a eoiuinon
school education.
Democratic Duty.
Klflinixiul N.' I..-i'Lt.
To their complete healing, and
in order for victory, the IViiioci-uIh
must nominate a man w ho has not
lx-cn, and there is every guarantee
will not Is', obnoxious to either
fart ion. The only Ifc-uinenitic pos
silnlity that can ensure success is a
man who will bring conciliation,
mid stimulate the spirit of give
uiitl take on a platform enilsHlying
the new and great issue la-fore the
country.
Never Thought Him Ureal.
C.ttits.rtl Trunin. .
We never thought Mr. I'l itt h;.rd
u "great limn," do not yet so con
sider him, but this is one Demo
cratie paH-r that has always reeog
lii.ed and appreciated his worth as
u true, patriotic North Carolinian,
fully believing in liupublicun prin
ciples and ever faithful to the best
interests of the State. We do not
think the Democratic paicm of the
State have said too much altout
Mr. I'ritchard now that he is out
of the Senate, or more than they
grautcd U-fore his defeat.
Murders Increasing.
Sll. ll Star.
From the report of Attorney
(ieueral tiilmer it apK-ain that
murder tire on the increase in
North Carolina. After reading the
State papers for the past year and
noting the unusual minuter oi mur
ders the public was fully prepared
for this statement. The question
of vital concern is "how shall the
number lie d.-creiwcd t " Some go
to the extent of arguing that the
law passed ill ls'.KI dividing mur
der into first and second degrees
ought to lie repealed, but thi will
hardly lie accomplished. The ten
dency of the law is not in Unit di
rection. Two Booms In North Carolina-
NltMl Kulrrprl'M'.
There are two quite picturesque
presidential Ikmuiis ii launching in
North Carolina. Kaeh is begin
ning in a newspaper oflice. The
Fail-hank boom in F.li.ulx-tli City
and Hie Hearst boom in Kdenton.
Fairbanks is a Republican I'uited
State Senator from Indiana and is
the man the anti R.ioscvelt Repub
lican in the State have centered on
to oppose Ihe I'rcsident with. The
iiicu in charge of the movement are
making frequent trip to Washing
ton to confer with their caudidate,
and it i given out that several
other Fairbanks iiiiH-r will lie
started at other place in North
Carolina. The presumption i that
the. Indiana candidate is furnishing
the money. . William R. Hearst,
the other candidate who is to have
a North Carolina newspaiier, i the
editor of the New York Journal
He has an income of several mil
lions a year from gold and silver
mines, and i running newspuiers
as a diversion, lie lias money
enough to seud a few thousands
on newspapers in every town in
ortli Carolina, if he should take
the notion, lie i a Democratic
candidate ami was Mr. Bryan's
killed Her Mother, Her Daughter
ml Herself.
hrnnyaB i V V li.Mh fc. Klb.
Iu a freny of mania Mrs. James
Mrowlirnlge of t.uyauoga village.
five miles from here, today killed
ber daughter, aged -K and tier
mother, aged no, and alter setting
lire to the houx- in which the
Uslies lay, deliberatelv entered it
and perished iu the flames,
Fxactlv how the women
killed is not known. The first in
tiiuatiou the Heights.! had of the
tragedy was this afternoon, when
Mrs. Strom bridge home was found
to lie on fire, and immediately utter
she was seeu to set fire to another
house acrosM the street, iu which
her daughter lived, and also to two
barns iu which were IN head of!
rattle and three horses. When
party of men attempted to break
oM-n the tiarn to release the am
luals, .Mrs. .Mrowl.riilge, who was
standing in front of her blaing
home, brauuishing a revolver, tired
at them reiM-atedlv. Several of the
men mane a rtisti Hoping 10 close
with the mad woman and disarm
her, I nl she held them at bay with
the revolvei. While tlu-v were
h-sitating she suddenly cut her
throat, filled a pail ot water ut the
well, thrust a quantity of hay and
straw into it, and placing the whole
mass on her head, rushed into tin
blaing house, in which her charred
IkhIv and the IsHlicsof her dailgh
Icr and mother were found alter
the lire had burned itself out.
The three women lived a hermit
life, working on the farm like men
and often wearing men's clothing.
They are supixiscd to have la-en
well to do. Mrs Strowhridge is be
lieved to have gone suddenly mad.
For several day she nppcai-ed to
Is-acting strangely, but her method
of life was hiicli that none of the
ueighlHirs had any communication
with her. A suit recently brought
against Mrs. Strowbridge for wages
may have aggravated lu-r trouble.
SKINS IN THE WHITE HM.'5li.
1'rorn Over the State.
i Three divorns were grafted in
A LOU-UED PEOPLE.
I Should 5et a Fetter Example.
charl..!!. krw.
a tarioon.si nos up ine l.uetis one week ofeouit iu Durhaiu. whim Illustrate the Loo- l ufortuiiately for the fair name
ot Last .Simiwri Work on thej statrsviilc held an A-ct...Mt last 'ty of the Men of the Con- of the Slate, the paiticipautsin the
Otficial Residence Meaning of week and went diy by a big lua 1 lederacy. J deplorable affair at Tarls.ro were
formats' Ekcliua. iionlv lor liom.r." lii : u..:ui.sl li- i"n . Bleu ot romiiH-ui-e; m -u of eiluea
i.. .4 r -i..u..-! jquor, t il. t A statement in one of the news- tiou au I r.-tim-iiieiit. whoslissl
.... , . i. i- m i .... i t. , , , rl"r that J. I M. Cnrrv. who high in their nfessi and men
W.l.N..r..N. M. Much -"- The s..v.u year d .. of Mr aiH, JH, rf; , ...ioniu s.s ietv demanded
-Noma., has received more s,n ! II . auble of tharl.Mte d.,sj T(.x mhlKhlll, all" ; , !,hi ,',.,. hwxM alll1,.
vre and eariM-sl congratulation on -last week fiom l.s liaw, raused by i ,j .... ...... .., ,i... ' n...;, t.n... Ti....r..M. .1...
were-bis rtxv.it s- hoi. the ra.v.r,d. 'sticking a nail in his f.s.t. . ,.. .Lut l,,Jwere the lesa -.ensalde for Ih.-r
em in the H-uate ot the I luted T,(i , , tva1N,ill(i e.dl.sj from the Norfolk I.edirerlhc e..udu. t. There M-ein t.. Is- 110
ciuics tueu uas 11 e 11011. 1.1 uiuiiaii ,. , . ... : ., . , . ,1 , ,. , ,
, 0 .... . I Irank I. tMhirneof h.ir tte A eorns-tioii that .lohu tioisle of ir
II lev 11 II 111a 11, of Ninth t aroliua. . . . ri. I : ..11 1 ti i .
11 1 i;.i .1 11 sH-iate Justice of he t ourt of I'r - guna is still alive. The Mont
e hd jnt what he said he was, xu Uyrrtlf ...
go iiglo do ..that spiss h vu:,e, , H.r addition tothelist -llcurv
Hut.il hi r ic. not onlv bv l:.H kingl,a.u county, ha '1 ' J""7 JV ' ', 1 a"SvTKl
I. ..... 1 .1 ii. 1 .T. ........... i-" 1 i.- ....!'- I "gli. all of the Alvert.M-rs
inn numeral 11111, 11111 m mr ii.'piu . ".t nir 1,11 ,.n, hi w v . . .
and statesmanlike utterance he ins-.lH.r., lor making false re -i""'- J" AT'
.l..lie....l...l....vi.... I,.,. J turn. ,ca..e.l.-stwootl,erM-rs.i.oiaton
a speech worthy of any statesman of
the present day, and I lie democrat
le party w ill do well to make It one
ot the hrst and loiviuot campaign
documents that it sends out to the
thought l'ul readers of the country.
Mr. Tillman lias grown wonderfully
in the past two years in tlieestiina
I ion of his colleagues of the Senate.
His grates! strength, however lies
iu the knowledge by cxcrvlMxIy w ho
knows him, of his absolute ami un
swerving honest y.
j fislcrate
Sum- people pretend to attach
collsitle.-.lli1c sil'llllilMIICf'.o tile l':iet !
that on the reorganization of Hie
Senate, which occurred on Un
assembling of the extra session,
that the democrats elected Senator
(iorman, of Mai land, to tin- posit
ion just vacated bv Senator .loncs.
of Aikausas, the chairmanship el' tin
the ilcmoci at le caucus nlueli pos
ition carries w ith it the lealcrsliip
of the mitioi ity on the lUir of the
Senate, Nunc kiv mat II is a sur
,,-iii-i,iie ti.in-SR sin i .in I r.
Arthur Bishop, the sin drum Thomas O. Mcmsh md Col. A. .S.
r sent to the penitentiary from olar, Isith of Tennessee, the
t liarlotte for .. years lor killing!, donel, who is writing a biography
IIioh. ilson, has la-en put to woikjof Jackson and who i a frequent
111 the la iiiteiitiary brickyard. contributor to the Na.sl.viHe and
As a result of a Ion-' stand in-1 Memphis iM-wsiiier, U-ing the
felld ,.-oilr f r.,leSNi..lml . -IV ll.-S? S.1.1 of a llVe pCrsOU.
icalousv Dr. II. T. Bass was shot! Tl"' X"lern liewspuiers are
ami LiII.mI bv Dr. .I. M. Baker 011 '".rgetln.g the biggest of all the la
the sln-cls of Tailsuxi last week. , ""'" l'wrvl iu thecoiigress
, ... , 'l the I oiiledcracv ticorge (i
Mr. .. . Sleduian, a son of , Vest ,.f Missouri. True, the Sena
lion. nas. -u. nifiisiau 01 .r.s ns- .. s,.., ,i,i ..... . r..,
it decided by a majority of Ml.tMHi
against secession. But Missouri
hail some verv ardent secessionists
iu high places iu its government.
Among these wcret.ov. ClailHiruc
Inuo w.us found deail iu U i al his
home in Ashen lie Wednesday
moriiing. He had Ix-cii iu poor
health lor a lilttuber of year.
The Ivcv cotton mill at llickorv
has Is-en charleted w ith a capital Jackson and I. if.it. ton-. Th as
of M .Mil 1. 1 he null is named in;' - lo-viioiiis. .lai'ksoi. called
honor of Mr. tieo. F. Ivcv. one of
its chief promoters, who is a sou of
late Rev. tie... . Ivcv.
The Hysterious Burdick Murder.
r!mrl.lt s,-.
The vivid imagination of the
most prisluclive writer of dime
novels never conceived a plot hall
so interesting as the mystery that
pervades the murder uf K. 1.. Bar
dick at RutV.ilo. First the police
susM-ctcd and shadowed a sm-icty
woman; then they Is-cami- con
vinced of the guid of an operalive
iu one of Burdick' factories and
went so far us to arrest her, only to
realm- that it was a mistake, and
mavis- 11 costly ... since she has
sued the city of Buffalo foi ;.Y0im.
Next Arthur I.. I'eiiucll, so strange
ly killed, by iiccident or his own
design, iu an automobile iiccidenl.
The I'enncll theory dropped, the
aul limit ies attempted In forgo a
chain of evidence around the neck
of Mrs. Hull, the dead man's mot li
er in law, and lastly they have
taken up the suspicion against l'.-n-uell
again. The ieople of Buffalo
must lie nervously asking th.-in
selves who nextt
Amos Has Suld His Hountain.
rhi-rry MhiiiiIiiIii S-ll ho 'liarliilt.-ul.rrvi r
It might I"' of interest to your
many readers to learn Unit Amos
Owens, the daring moonshiner and
ex chieftain of the kit Mux Man,
has sold classic and historic Cherry
Mountain. Yes, a syndicate has
bought this place with all its famed
scenery, remarkable black heart
cherries, traditional and historic
associations, and soon the last foot
print of the warrior who met there
will Ik-effaced nnd cherry Imui nee
will Ik- a dim and failing memory.
Hut Col. Amos, like our Hag, is
still there, a.xt while he thinks of
moving to Cliarlnlle and camping
on 1 re trail 01 pn.cr . ices r-nm
Pearson of benighted Burke, he
will in- the same piciiircsque cuai-
after, wheth.-r revelling in tne
(jii.s-n City or communing w ith the
eternal sphinx.
The rai.itiilisl imiy improve 111c
roads, inuv build resorts, may build
telephone, railroad, have the imui
ton quarter, but lor ninny uayi
jMstple will icmcinlK'i-Col. Anxtsas
the only man, exc-pi ueorge mu
dcrbilt, w ho owned an cnliit- moiiii
lain it. this Slate, ami when the
redoubtable old hlm-kiider sleeps
his lust sleep ill the city uf the dead,
all who believe, iu the occult will
expect, in the notches of Hie silent
nighl, to the shade of the
unique departed lliltiugalMlt with
abet- gum bat, bed licksiispendeis,
stoga shoes, gilt spcclaclc mid u
proof vial full of cherry bounce.
The 1'irsl master (ieueral has tie
mamletl the resignation of I'ost
master Cheek at IlillslHiro. Cheek
was found short iu his accounts.
. , . I " l. 1,11.11,. (,111111 III in H, .'Ml ID.
render of the new ele id ol the,,. ,.,,. pHM, tH. hI,,,,!;,,. .t .
ileiuis'iatie 11 ut to tin-ivorgatn.er
element or old line gold wing of the
party. Soiu.-s.iy thai it is a distinct
Ihmiiii for lioruiaii for the tlcmo
ei.it ic uouiinalioii for the pits
ideiicy. It is neither. The young
element of the party still controls
the steering cominilli'c of the Sen
ate, which maps out the pro
gram of democratic procedure ami
department thinks he ought logo.
The (iieciisUiiii correspondent
of the Cliitrlottc Observer say a I hat
many of tin- whiskey distilleis in
Yadkin, Davie, Stokes, Surry.
Wilkes mid oilier counties are pie
paling to move to Virginia as soon
as the Willis bill goes into ell cel.
Miss 1 Jreene ol London, Fnglauil
Mtliey to Ik-pursued. This clement ( prominent w.uker among the
will work in harmonv with Mr
(iorman and his friends, but will
not Ik dictated to bv linn or bis
goltl bug frieinls, llisclceliou was
a courlesv extended to hi n as the
man who had previously held the
position with signal ability nnd 11
compliment to ami recognition ol
.,101. f .... i - ;
oigaui 'i- ami uu adroit tactician.
He is supposed lo Ik the only man
011 the ilemocrallc sine win. can
hold down that oleaginous nnd
smooth gentleman from Rhode Is
laud. Senator Aldncli. the repul.
I lean leader on the Semite lloor.
v
ICverybody here is talking of the
latest great cartoon by Homer
Davenport, which iipp.-rit-il iu last
Sunday's New York American. It
dealt with the changes ami alleged
improvements iu the White House
which were made last summer ul
Ihe enormous cost of si ion. 01 10, nnd
which, iu the opinion of many,
have forever spoilt the appearance 1
of the historic old building both
inside and out. Mr. Davenport's
cartoon shows the new slate dining
room. Arranged around the walls,
instead of the pictures of former
presidents and their ladies, are
a nuinltor sjieciiiiciis of the taxider
mist's art iu the shape of I tear
heads, elk heads, moose heads,
alligator heads etc., ami the only
occupants of the room arc a iiuiiiIhi
of the human sH-cit-s who hail orig
inally from darkest Africa. Down
iu the comer of the ollur page
another picture shows the portraits
of Washington and Lincoln, ami
underneath I be words: "A few
piece of rubbish in Ihe basement."
In another cm tier of the page is
.inkers throughout ihe world,
tiled of appendicitis at Salisbury
Wednesday. She had spoken to a
congregation in (Ircenslioro only
the Sunday In-fore.
Monday evening, say s the ( liar
lolte News, a lioise attached to a
tlrav in Fort Mill. S. ('., ran awav
anil taking me font. 10 i.,.i,,(,'
was caught there alsmt 1 1 :.H the
same evening, having traveled .10
miles in (hours. Neither horse or
wagon was hull.
Auditor Dixon has begun gather
ing information lor a complete ros
ter of North Carolina troops iu the
Confederate service. The l'liite.1
Slates war tleparl iiiciil will publish
a complete roster ol nil 1 rilcrul
ami Coiifedeaale troops.
t Ih-iii iu the wiiiic volumes, side by
side.
Because he lel'used lo Is- vacci
nated or to pay a line of i.u
posed upon him, I'r. if. T. A. Wea
ver, a professor iu Weavcrville
College in liuneoiiibe county, Weill
to jail. What his intent ions 11 re
further is not known. He claims
that the authorities were acting Ik
yoiui the law,
The Alleghany county paper re
port that near lainiee postoftice, iu
that county, a few days ago, Frank
Tompkins went to his home under
the influence of liquor and raised a
row with his family, all of whom
left home for the night, leaving
Tompkins alone. During the night
the house and its contents were
burned and Tompkins was burned
willi it.
Three years ago, W. W. Young,
a while carpenter of Wilmington,
. '.. 1: 1 v r..
,t 1,. , i-.i .., ,, i.n.l llivsierious.v uisa peaieti. .1 ie
ol'lhe White House dressed iu hisl kv- llM' hed skeleton was
rough rider suit of khaki, nnd it is
rump legislature in session III Ne
o.lio. ill the southwestern part of
fie State, where it could Ik- pro
I -el etl by I'ricc's army, iu the lat
ter part ol lil, anil that Isidy
111 ule a pretense of taking Missouri
oat of the I'uioti. John B. Clark
mill R. I.. V. I'cylou Were elected
Senalois from Missouri to Ihe coll
gress of Richmond, and a full quota
of persons were sent lo the I louse
of Representatives iu thesamecitv.
among them Is-ing (ieorge tl. Vest,
who w;is 11 iiiciuIkt of the Missouri
legislature at that lime, unit enthu
siastically in favor of secession.
All this giK-s lo show that the
ineinlH-rs of the Confederate gov
ernment were a pretty long-lived
race of men. livery man w ho sat
at Lincoln's council table has Ik-cii
dead for years past, but John H.
Reagan, Jefferson Davis' Hwtinus
ter general, w ho is getting along
toward the ninety year mark, is
one of the brisk lost of Tcxaus,
Several men are or were in the
I'liiled Slates Congress who W"rc
days, among them Is-ing (irow of
IViitisylvauia, who stopped down
from Congress last Wednesday, and
Allison of Iowa, and Stewart of
Nevada. Il w ill probably Ik- found
thai, iu proportion to the nuiulK-rs
in the two bodies, there nr.- today
more survivors of Davis' than of
Lincoln's congress, l,oiigstrect,
ton don and oilier commanders iu
itultiiiL'lli'Kli rank 011 the Soul hern side are
chief editorial backer
1 '.().
in lsmiand
An Fnglish ins.irnnce company
b is beg 1 a t insure against both
eipcuse and death by appendicitis. f
ICoughedl
" 1 bad a mott slut-born cotth
for nuny yers. It dtpriveJ roe
of slesp nl I grew rry it.m. I
then tried Aver Ch..rv rectorsl,
li qaicklv cured.
R. N. Mann, Fail Mills, Tenn.
aisitit the only picture ol tl pre
i.lcnt of the I'liit.-il States that
greets the eye of tie visitor lo the
While House nowadays, unless he
makes diligent semeli in the base
ment or the out -of the-way place in
the building. This cartoon is tine
to nature nnd speaks 111 thunder
ton. of the colossal egotism of Hu
man who now U the President of
the Cnilcl Slates. The fact that I
found in the country six miles from
the t-it v ami wo identified by gold
in the teeth anil by the sIkk-s us
that of the lost man. His wife
meantime had Ik-cii married again
and her second husband had been
killed on thu railroad.
The Baptists of North Carolina
have 111 ranged lo hold n great mid
summer meeting ait Jackson Springs
bcgiuuii g June 21st, and contimi
ing ten days
till alive, while Mosbv, in his re
cent lights against Ihe cattle ban
dits of the plains, has Im-cii show
ing a little of the activity which he
displayed forty years ago in the
Shenandoah valley. The Lost
Cause hail some pretty-strong men,
strong physically and mentally, iu
its service in civil and military
stal ion.
doubt that Dr. Raker acted iu self
defense, yet his act was the out
come of a dcliU-ratc violation of
the law, and for that matter his
victim was as guilt v of the same
violation. Had both obeyed the
letter and spirit of the law, as we
have a right toes-v;t from citizens
of their promiueiu-e, one would not
Is- in bis grave. I uthinking men
will declare that Dr. Biker could
not have done otherwise, yet we
venture lo assert thai even now he
regrets ever having carried a pis
tol, for the weight of having slain
a fellow man will burden his con
scions unto his dying day.
Confederate Reunion. !
1 liatham R,-,s,l. t
The C011fe.ler.1le reunion w ill Ih
hcld at New Orleans May l'Mli to
L'Jnd. The usual rate of one cent .
a mile will In given to all persons'
attending il whether they an-vet j
era us or other visitors. 1 his rate
w ill make Ihe price of a round lrii
: SL EN EARS TO DKi CANAL
A Prominent (iot eminent Official
Say s that JO.OUI Mm Duuht to
Finish the DiUh in that IVriuJ.
'With g.nl lllek We ollht .,
make the I'.ili.ilu.l r.inal la s eii
years " iid a high gioeiiuiieie
aiitlmitly ollii tally lulei.ted iiithe
elllel i s- ns-ci.llv. - 'I he t.i-L
may require as mm h a ten years
fr its nuuplt -tiou. It eins
la.g.-ly tiiu Ihe health ol the '..i
oivrs 1 iiiploy.il. An cpnl.-i.iic of
I hi I oli le plague or hoicia milil
set Us back a go.nl deal.
"Such a lit isfoit line is exactly
what we shall take most vim- lo
avoid, however. We shad -.itr:
ev el v thing on the st 1 ip, w hit It w ill
Is-il. the till uu-to all lull ills ami
plirHrses, a p.llt ot tile I Illicit
Stales: and 0111 liist eaie will In- lo
lix mattci-s as .- want llu-iu iu ..
viiiit.ti v way. U t-shall el. an up
'things 1 ust as vie did in Cutia.
(establishing pi-opei drainage, iitstir
log plc.itllu! supplies o pine watei
ami making, le ml mess coin pulsory
ill the low us 11 lolC Ihe route ol die
canal. The French coiupaiiy has
a line hospital thn cost over a mil
lion dollar w hu ll will be 11 antler
red to us with the rest of the prop
,-l,.v- lear alter it is opened and that
We shall employ abo.il :;o.oo, ,).. tt jllu. ., s,,.a,v j mst. iu
workiiic illie.an.il as s,k,u as.,1,,. ,, inil. .e,ealt.-r. Tolls will
we get things i.tirly stait.d, and . tt ,,, .,. ,,.u t1
this army of hit is will Is-diawn'o,,,,.!,. i,.,.!,, c...., wil not be
ilia s irt f fashion, about I,. "SKI
l.iU.nrs iu the .-...ploy ot the
I ten. li tsiiuu.iy being engaged on
the Wolk.
the cs!unat-l cost of cm.
plelnig the illicit is 1 1I.IHMI.0.M..
It wiil Ik- lolly seven miles in
I. nih. ihoiigh the isthmus is only
holy utiles w id.-, the route travers
ed I. ing far from straight. The
N'ltoit. w idth of the canal will I
I "11 l.s 1. its width at the top vary
ing w it li the foi ni.it ion. Where it
passe 1 1, rough r-s k of course, its
std'-s w ill l sl.t-M-r than where the
banks aie of earth. The depth of
Mho w.il. i w ill Ik-f.s-t through
en', s.i .is to allow the passage of
In- Lug.-! freight steamer, and
llo ie w ill Is- live twin I.K'ks built
ot si'lid masonry.
I I in- tleeH-st . ut t ! made w ill
not be iniiih ov.-r .fsi feet above
- a !. e! .1! the highest Kiint. By
the h, Ip of the .h ks ships w ill be
lifted up I lie rctiiiMtc!Mi I'.s-t uu one
si,h- oi ihe isilnniis ami lowered
again to Ihe level of the ts-ean on
, the other sitle. The l.sks will be
1 1 ins in order that, wheu one of
'them needs repairs navigation may
j Hot Is- lull t'l llpteil.
"Il is est 1 mated that about
.ViMiii iiiMi tons of freight will pass
through the canal during the first
othe
fioin (li-eeitslMiro, I.Ulo from Char
lotte and fit). Hi from Wilmington.
These tickets will Ik 011 sale May
(ith to '.'1st, and will lie good to
leave New Orleans until the -.'Ith.
By paying .lo cents extra at New
Orleans these tickets w ill lie ex
tended unlit June lolh. No "stop-
over is allow pit on the route.
i uiaiulv from Jamaica ain
1 west Indian islands. It ha
urged that we might nl ill"
I thousand of our Southern m ioes
1 on the job. but such a plan "iild
j not beiikely to ol k satisl.teloi ily .
j Colored folks from I he cotton stales
might sutler from the climate ot
What is He Made Out'n?
Clmrlitltr Oliwrvrr.
It appeai-s that the iK'trilicd gen
tleman who was found reeciillv in
H.-iidersoii county is ulsuit to get
into court, I' lie man 011 whose
land he was found claims him, the
renter w ho found him claims him.
and his relatives claim him. ( A
mail disapiH-arcd from that Is-at
a iiiiiuIm-i- of years ago, ami is sup
posetl to have gone oil' ami gotten
petrified at least the petrified man
anti the missing man are supposed :
to Ik the same. ) I his will Ik- au
interesting law suit, if the case
nines to trial, lull it would Ik- more t
invious to make nioiiev out of the
'"I"'" .enterprise: and it is hardly neecs
A '' "js.nv in sav that evervthing alsiut
this great public work will be done
on a scale of liltcrality. Kvery
modern improvement w ill be intro
duced - even to the lighting of the
diti h throughout its entire length
with electricity furnished by water
power.''
' the tropics ami they are not actus 1
touted to live as cheaply ami sim 1
1 V Us the llalktes of the West 1
Indies. I Epitaph of the Tired Woman-
"I'lolialilytliewoik w ill U-given 1 vjjam F Curtis continues to
out to. tractors, who will lure llu-i(.,,,,(.t eurioiis epitaphs. Among
requisite woikmeii at .V. 01 .in cents j , u, milllM.. which a friend sent him
a .lay. which is about li.it labm js ,M. ,,inL, w liU-h the friend
is worth iu thai part of Ihe wmld.
The contractors will give bond to
the island goveilintcul to cue lor
the iit-giiK's propeily and return
them at a specified tune. The la
borers w ill Ik- fetched to the port of
Colon by slouuicrs.disomliarkcilaml
assigned iu gangs, iiu.b r gang boss
es, to valioiis points along Ihe line
ol'lhe canal. W ork will ! earned
on iu all parts of ditch simultanco
uslv in order lo bring the entet prise
... ..d i.liil-t.1 :IS tills
interesting sl ill if HomelMHly should ; .i 1
:.WiV,ii.T'iTYoana.ys.sV'foli7;(l: ,'... ,;,' ..,, '' i.itn.li1;l
that it might be ascertained what . . ..i,,,;,,..!,,.,' dili'.-reut frotn
1 111 I'lllit'iiuiii in iiiit- win 11.
80
Texas Preacher Harries Cilrl
Years His Junior.
SI I...11I. Kelll le.
The Rev. R. A. King, one of the
htst survivors of San Jacinto, was
iu Austin today ami w ith him was
his pretty young wife. They arc
on their honeymoon.
Mr. King is !!! years old and Ins
girl w ile is not yet 'JO. They arc
en route to Western Texas to set
tle down for life ami will leave
Austin Saturday.
Notwithstanding the bridegroom
is so vcars the senior of his bride,
there was never a more devoted
couple. Tlu-y are (lerfcctly happy
ami seem to enjoy life more than
llm average husband mid wife.
Compromise With the Druggist
and Physician.
stmilev l-:iitiT.rl,..
New London became aroused
on the liquor question last week
md preferred charges against the
local physical) and druggist. As
result thorough investigation
was made and it was found that
the law had been grossly violated.
The citizens were only anxious to
stop the sale of whiskey in their
midst, and a compromise to the
effect that the physican write no
more prescriptions and the drug
gist forfeit license to sell liquor was
entered into and an amicable set
tlement made.
Women an Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.
Abraham Had a Uood Time.
Kit-tim.iml Nt .-I'.lrr.
The old patriarchs had 110 duns
or notes coming one or iukcs.
Thev were not concerned with
awyers or doctor or society mat
ters or politics. Apparently they
had no small vices and 110 trouble in
keeping their large ones out of the
newspaK-rs. They did not have to
contend with the freight depart
incut of railroads for their daily
bread, mid were in no danger of
sing their obs or having their
business destroyed by a trust or
ruined by a shrewder rival. They
did not have to resist insurance
agents, lalsir to keep customer in
giKxl humor, study the servant
girl problem, or trouble a I huh me
condition of Ihe roads. No wonder
they were willing to Ihctobcninc
hundred y eiii-s old and did il.
the President has removed nil the the Biblical R.-coi.lcr says there
portraits from thcstatediniiig room j will Ik- fully .".tl shakers, among
Kldnr-y trouble proyi upon Ihe mind, dls-
r.lio.r l! .il..e ,,f eourajoj ntl liaseni ambition; beuly, vicor
l..lltor li.ll I.) 01, .nd chcerlulneu soon
and replaced them with the stuffed
heads of the animals thai bad ut
some time fallen icli.it to his
rill.-, was not generally known even
ht-ie, until this picture of Mr. Dav
enport come out iu Mr. Heart's
New ork pKr, it ml some people
are actiiullv sa slim-kcd as to m
11 bout
Muse Rev. It. T. Bryan, now on
his way home from China, mid
Rev. Dr. A. T. ILiIk-i Isoii of liOiiis
ville. Col. J. S. Cunningham of the
Farmers' Protective Association,
1 Jan organization chartered by the
i'S. . 1 ... 1 I. -..,. . n l.iiv
liist leg mill III., nn , n in.,, ,. ...j.
Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the
above have taught us what
Ayer's Cherry Pccioral
will do.
We know It's the grcaf
est cough rcr.icdy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after you try it.
There's cure Inevery drop.
Ttru iliM 1 IU.. !.. II. tr-rf-n.
r.oreit r-w 4otu. I. fi y t '.
tk. dm S w... If I" tel.. h
U t;.k it. .-MM I--
U ttto l. v-"iBie
1 . IfcV.. U.ll.
unkind leinaiks uttoiii h. i-ui, ,,.,.. -t . m in ... in
even this ii.tiovntton wh.ch wrua, ,,llrillK Alli, ,,.
stiperindii.-.-. by a bad cas,- of tln-l,.,,.,,,,, f,,)ln ,l( siirroundin
nicgaloc-phalins, is us '""" i ,.,' it,H wi lli.lls(1 ,nP .dvisd.il
con.pa.vd to some ol l.ie ft trior-! , )r inMl(M.in!; divcrsilie.l crops,
d.iiary th.ngs indulged in by t!..s . (U.m,,
IM-euliar and b..anv gentleman. - . . ,H whi,.h h.is
ll theg.KKt p.s-.ple or lie v est, , fftm fiM., m many
where he is sai.l to k- so immensely fin ltl)tU ,,.lV0 ,,,. s,ir,h, .,d
IMinuiar, couiu snow uie i.-itii i..,.i ..l.l
Coillil Know me rca. ; . , , ,. k
lbwsevelt ns he is known by the, ... . ' ' . ,... Ii1'rlrlll,.r!, .
newspaper corrcspomteui " l(1llv 0-N,.tn , aroill:lt butofolh.r
Uashiuglon, they would MP'-Hyj,,;,,,,.,,, tiaU.H( t)) glll(y ,,c UM.
r.-arr.ii.gelhciropi.ii.,..c.nc.rni.,g, f . . - l;ll,,,jm.rv, Bll(l
to aciiire such machinery us soon
mm
him
Sinngih ami vigor come o'
gord food, duly d C- tr-tl -Pi-rc-,'
a ready-to scive whmt anil b-.il. j
lood, adds no burden, hut stisn io,
nourish. , ii.vigota'cs "
as poisible.
A Gentle Man.
Doc your huslrand ever swe n1
Oh, dear, no. Horace was brj ighl
no in a refined atmosphere. When
ihem-ts angry hd merely kicks a
A Hathnlie i Imrcll Is to be erect- panel ont of the door o.- something
ed at Durham. I of that kind.
disappear when the kid
neys tie out ol order
or di-.eir.ci.
Kidney Iroubla hai
become to prevalent
thai It Ik ncl uncommon
for a chili .6 bd bom
iXJ t(fllc:ed with weak kid
neys. It the child urin
ates too clien, II (he
urine scalds Ihe flesh or II, when the child
reaches an ac when II ahould be able lo
control the paage. It Is yet afflicted with
bcd-wetlnf . depend upon It. the cause o'
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and Ihe first
step should be towards Ihe treatment of
thc-.e important orj-ans. This unpleacanl
trouble is due to a diseased condition of Ihe
kidneys and bladder and not lo s habit as
moil people suppose.
Women as well as men arc made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble.
and both need .he same treat remedy,
The mild and the Immediate effect ol
Swamp-Root is soon realised. It Is told
by drurirlstt. la HIT
cent ana .,.. Rl.tKrT"1Hu7s;rd
sties lou may nave a T:.fta
Mntriui akAriia nw mill
tree, alio Damohlet (ell-
Inf all tbout It. Includlnf many of the
Ihousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In wri.iiif Dr. Kilmer
tk Co.. Binrham.on, N. Y, be lure and
mention thu paper.
Don't make any mit-takf. I ut
remember the name, Swamp-
Root, I)-. Kilnvr's Ssn p RihiI
an I the adJress. B.nnlumton, N
Y., on every bottle,
toiiittl on a reeeitt isit to Kiigland.
Il was iu a cliurehyaril near I'lym
oiith ami n ails as follows:
: W ;l - t. it
lit ill M tl.
. li, :,.
..r..
ii
l.ii.-.l
nli .
It 1 1
I ..
ii'l-. I ion it. mix
'. ii-lii,itr mn I .1...I,-.
'' -H. i i.ihi; tiorw ,oif-'-.-
! -i i tm I II, rr I.
..i.-t '. m l-lii ,
I H I '..-. .I..II I t'Ht
" - il. . wit-lnliif III.- ill.llin.
', , III If It. 11, 1 HIllli. ltlH
" 111 M tl U- I IllUllllt .
. lltlVllli.' tit. ,..1.-,',
! tit t fii 'll ft (In- .IlllOlljr
1 iiimit 11 fttr mi- lit. .
i.t 1
o-r.
Lost His Nerve.
ThoM- who climb inoiinlaitis fi e
pieiitly lind the dizzy depths too
much for them and loose their
nerve. Such is always the evpe-
icliee of those who neglect their
stomach or Ikiw.-Is. Sell preserva
tion demands lr. King's New l.ile
I'ills. They are gentle, but thor
ough. Ouly'.'.K- at Knglish lrng
( oiiipany s.
Jailed for Snoring-
t'liarl.tllr olrrvrr.
1. U. Kichardson, of this county.
slept and snored in the county Su
perior Court r.Kini timrstiay inter
lllHlll.
".Mr. Sheriil," said Judge Nluiw,
bridling iuinicdiatly, "who is it
that makes that noise?"
liepiity t'herilT Johnston insKit
ed the sleeping figure and sai.l lie
did not know the olT.-nder.
"Wake him up," Mid Judge
Shaw shortly.
Kichardson wits intoxicated and
was not easily awakened. When
he was at length aroused he batted
his ryes sleepily ami demanded:
"Vbnt'n the do you wantf"
And Kichardson wasimincdiatly
sent to Jail, andwill spend the neit
ten days there.
The Hustler says North Wilkes
boro is to have another furniture
factory with capital of tl.OoO.
!thal which would have demanded
'solution in Nicaragua, lt'llte laller
(mule had Iksui chosen the woik
would have hail lo begin with the
'cleaning away of forests and Ihe
j grubbing ol si limps - in short, the
j opening ot a virgin trai l ol'eouiilry,
w ith a multitude of dillicullics to
Is-oven ic as a pn liininiii y lo the
dilch. At I'auama, on the other
hand every thing is cleaned up:
the canal is already half dug -ne
euralely speaking, ubo.it thirty per
cent of the ncccssaiy digging lias
Usui accompli.hed -and we have
only lo take up the task where Ihe
French people luive h'l'l oil'.
'We arc thus enabled t start
at once and without long delay
which would have Im-. ii uuavoul
able in Nicaragua. Kveu the ma
chinciy and other apparatus--much
of il at all events -is on hand. As
vet it is impossible to say what the
machinery is worth: eis'ils did
not take il itil'i account in their
estimate ol'lhe value ol'lhe French
...iiiniMiiv's nioiieilv and all of il
w ill have to lie oveiltailleil ami ev
ainiiied. A great deal of it is an
tiipiated. iimloiiliteilly, lutt inueli
of it is good stnlV.
" There are a great many loco
motives, nearly all of them brand
new- I think not lev than forty
live or fifty which arc valuable
assets ami rciuescnt a lot of money.
Then there is a great nuinltor ol
machines, such as slcnui shovels
mill dredges, foi 'excavating barriers
for removing theearlh. There arc
thousands of tluiniieis and miles on
miles of poi table railway Hacks.
which can be picked up in'iu one
place ami laid down oil handed in
another.
"Xerxes once employed a Inil
lion soldiers III the making ol .
canal, but those were dps when
digging was done by hand Willi
spatle and pickaxe. In the:-.' mod
ern times such work is accomplish
ed bv machinery. Seam shovels
pick up thecal Ih w Inch isconveyetl
iu trolly can icis to cars ami trans
ported with the help of lot lives
.11 i. eoiiv ettiellt lil.tce v lit re II IS
dumiN-d. Where rock lias to la
removed. Masting tstloneoi course;
lull fortunately very little rock b
to Ih- excavated along the I'auama
route.
"Necessarily a great deal of cx
Ih-iisivc machinery will have lo Ik
purchased. Much of the apparatus
now on hand must go to the scrap
heap to Ik. replaced with the new
est and most up to dale machines.
With American energy ami unlim
ited funds iK-hiu.l the eulerpiisi
the digging of tin. canal w iil Ik-
carried torwar.t Willi tin-great rap
itlitv. It is even now in progres.
How's This?
We. .11. 'i' line Hundred Hollars re
nin! foi any ease of Cutanli that can
not lie t uml by Hall's Cattarrli Cvre.
V. J. tin si v Si Co., 1'iuprietort,
Toledo, Ohio,
Wo. Hie uutlei signed, have known
I'. J. tlii iu y for Hie past 1 5 years, anil
lielicvr linn .rilei tly honorable in all
lui ine-s It.iusai'lious, and financially
able t -1' hi y nut any obligations made
by ihfir ti' in . H'i.st 4c Tkcax,
V Ii .li sale )i ui;i;islii,Toledo,0,
M MN.., Kissas Marvin,
Wholesale liiKKit,Tuledo,0.
Il.tll s tatanli C 111 c is taken intern
all v. .ti tint; directly upon the hood and
tiiui nl. mii tares ol tbesystrm. Trice
75c, pet l.-'ttlc, SolJ by all druggists,
fi'stiiii.ini.iis !ree.
Hall's 1 aiinlv I'ills are the best.
Having mailt- a run of n mile on
a lalse alarm ol lire, v. itiuingtoii
lireiuetl set upon a young white
mail who was suspected of having
sent iu several false alarms, and
w hipped him.
The Plot Thickens.
Hut that has nothing to do with
the fact that there is not a lu-tlei
Salve on earth than Ilucklen's Ar
nica Salve. It's a reliable euro for
Hums, Ilruisps, Cuts, Corns, Sores
and Salt Uheuin. Tried ami tested
and proved infallible for Tiles.
sLiiisittetion ruaiantecd or money
j refunded by English Drug Co.
WEEDS
Consumption is a human
weal lliiurishtng best in weak
1 mij;s. Like other weeds it's
t.isily destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im
possible. Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
1 -il-
weeds win disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Kmulsion. Salt pork
is j;ood too, but it is very hard
to digest.
The time to treat consuml
tion is when you begin trying
to hide it from yourself.
Others see it, you won L ... !
Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself any longer.
Begin with the first thought
to take Scott's Emulsion. . . If
it isn't really consumption so
much the better; vou will soon
forget it and be tetter for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
begin in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,'
rest all you can, eat all you
can, that s the treatment and
that's the best treatment
We will send yow
s little of the Emul
sion free.
htmlMlMi tililitl ss
H Inn. al s blai k M
wpim . mrf sOs m
kMMtMMjMHt'
L :
5C0TT A BOWNG,
Chemists,
409 Peart St, N. V.
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