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; THE ENTERPRISE.
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aMIMHt Baaraauaaf good faith.
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UMtaaricaaa* t ulaHiai ot lo»ecl. allow
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auascsimoji a year in advance
S. C . a. hraad Claaa Mail Matlrr
FBIDAY, AUGUST 29,1902.
FOB COXGKESS :
John H. Small.
FOB CHIEF-JfSTICE '
Walter Clark. *
FOB ASSOCIATE :
Piatt D. Walker.
Henry G. Conner
POB SOUCITOB !
C. C. Daniels
In another column we give
an account of the killing of
Tom Jouea, the negro who com
mitted an assault upon Mrs.
Willie Smith, of Wayne Coun
ty. Tbe following editorial ia
taken from the Wilmington
Messenger of Wednesday:
"The readers of TheMeaaen
ger were hardly surprised by
tbe announcement yesterday
morning that Tom Jones, the
brute who assaulted Mrs Smith
in Wayne county, had gone the
way that the perpetrators of
sueh Crimea generally go when
captured. As we raid a few
days ago—all lyncbingsare vio
lations of the law, but who can
censure the men who brought
juat punishment on this fiend ?
Had the law been allowed to
take its course he would surely
have been convicted and exe
catod. That being the case,
some say, why should the exe
cutioners have taken the law
into ihcirown hands? Let these
questioners call to mind the
fact that n trial in the court
house would have necessitated
that poor woman Wing made n
witness, and detailing before a
party of men the horrible oc
curence. That thought alone
waa .-uflieieni in the opinion of
tbe men who killed the nepro
tojus i(y the action, and who
can blame tliem.
What is to be done to chock
the frequency of this crime at
the South? Trial and execu
tion by law will not do it.
Lynchin i has no effect. The
fear of neither is powerful en
ough to stay tho head of t his
class of brutes. Kveryos eof
them commits this offcuse
knowing that he has forfeited
bia life and that he will die a
horrible death just as moti as
captursd Still these offences
are rapidly increasing.
The object of the law in exe
cuting the perpetrator* of cer
tain crimes is two-fold— to put
the offender out of the world
because lie ia a menace to ao
ciety and as a warning to oth
ers who might be tempted to
commit a like crime. The fre
qu« ncy with which the crime
of criminal amault on white
women by negroes, generally
followed by mrift execution at
the hands of an infuriated
crowd ofmetr, shows that tliis
last aim of the law making this
crime a capital one fails of its
purpose. Th* fear of death is
«ot sufficient to stop thess
UsUS. What then is to be
done? How b this crime to be
checked* Theee are questions
of vital eonaeqaeneea to thous
aikb of heads of fiuniliea
throughout the Sooth, especial
1y is the rural £atrkti where
the fanner ao often has to leave
wife or daughter unprotected
in the looelj farm bouse while
he ia absent in the field or the
market town. Something must
be done. The people cannot
and will not stand this state of
There are Iwo things of which
tend to increase this crime.
One is the indifference shown
by the negroea generally when
a crime of thia kind is commit
ted. There ia not among them
the horror of it that there
should be. There ia no univer
sal pervasion among them of
the feeling that it is a crime
wliich should not be committed
and that they will not tolerate
it among tlieir race. Were it
not otherwise fewer negroes
would bo tempted to commit
it. They would be to an ex
tent* educated against it. The
other reason if that with a
great many people, especially
negroes, the lynching of the
rapist is more denounced than
the fiendish deed which led
thereto. The horror of tbe
crime is lost sight of or dimin
ished in condemning the act of
This is a hideous problem
that we have presented to us
and one hard to solve, but
solved it must be.
In esse of this sort of mem
bers of the coroner's jury gen
erally confine themselves to
declaring that the deceased
came to bis death at the hands
of perrons unknown to the ju
ry. This is the only esse we
have any knowledge of in
which the jury commended the
action of the lynchers. These
jurors over their signatures and
acting under oath declared that
the men who took the life of
this negro brute was justified
in their act. and no man pos
sessing a spark of manhood can
condemn them lor their finding.
To lynch a man is a very ser
ious thing to do, but what man
who lias a wife, a daughter or
a tuUr can think of her and
say the men who avenged the
crime against Ibis poor woman
should be censured fur their
conduct. The declaration of
this coroner's jury waa a
xtraigbtforw.nl and com-isei
statement of the views of rep
resentative men of the citizens
of Wayne county I bat every
man who commit* this crime
-hall have nut) d out to him
justice in its swilloU and moid
appalling form. It i* a formal
recognition l»y the public that
in all such a« criminal as
-8.1 ult the assailant shall lie shot
down on that the men of
this State arc d« termincd, if
they i-annot at all limes protect
the f>-ilialea of their families,
they will at bast summarily
puni-h wiih the most severe
penalty known to the law an
assault upon tlnm."
G*t ■ hti MBfk of CWslnltiM
Sltmck tad Lim Tablets at N. S.
ptraaant is eSert tkn path. Tim than
IM« r» set followed by n—tipstnai aa is
oftrn the caw vrth ptQa Bcgalax stars
ijc per boa.
Miss Anna Pope, who bas been
visiting her sister. Mrs. B- C. Craw
ford, in Lexiiigtoa, has returned
"Far mn I ultrtd aach aatoM
gum from Bmarkitu," wiitea J. H.
Jokaatna. at -fit, "that
nltn I » aaable to work. Thn.vhrn
everything eUe (ailed. I »« wholly cw
e4by Pr. Km('> New MKBWII for
My wile arihml intense
ly boa A l»n. till it nml her. and all
our experience pa to *na it ia Ike beat
Cronp aardirine ia the wapd." A trial
will iwiiaii jm it'* aanwM far
TbfatalLaf itiimn Oaaranteed
Mlayeaailim Trial hattlea f«ne
Items of Interest Clipped from
A very destructive hail atom
passed over a part of the county
Friday and Friday night. Its
course was from the northwest to
southeast through Bethel township,
and was nearly a mile wide. The
principal sufferers so far as we hare
heard were Sam Brown, J. W. Tur
nage, J. H. Barnhill. Wyatt Meeka
and other* in that section. Some
of their crops were completely
ruined. There was a little hail in
surance on some of the crops. There
were two more storms, one just be
fore night and the other just after
night, there being severe hail in
The storm did severe damage in
Edgecombe and some other sec
Vicioos Crime ky a Negrs.
Albert Dawson, a colored man,
working for Dempsey Wood at
Falling Creek, committed an as
sault on a colored girl near a to
bacco pack house Saturday even
ing. He has fled.
Smallpox Epidemic at Leaksvllle.
Reidsvilie, N. C., Aug. 25. —
Smallpox is epidemic among tbe
white people of I>eaksville, this
county. Heretofore it has been al
most exclusively confined to the
colored people. The disease is
said to be of a very malignant type.
A Girt It West Darhasi Meets Death
is ss Awfil Farm.
Miss Rebecca Weaver, thirteen
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Weaver, in West Durham,
met a horrible death last Friday
afternoon. While starting a fire
her clothing ignited and she was
burned all over her body—in fact
all of her clothing was burned off
with the exception of the belt
around her waist. Notwithstand
ing the horrible manner in which
slie was burned she lived from 3
until 7 o'clock.
The young lady in kindling the
fire poured oil into the stove not
knowing that there was any fire in
it. Immediately there was an ex
plosion and her clothing ignited.
Her screams attracted her mother,
but slie catne too late to save the
life of her daughter.
Greenville Reflector: Some one
went to the stables of Joe Willis
and George Clark, who live a few
miles tip the river, Saturday night j
and shrared the mains and tails of!
two horses. Mr. Willis came here
Sunday morning and took Mr. W.
C. Hines with the bloodhounds to
his place to track the party who
did it. They did not succeed in
catching the guilty party.
A lamp was dragged from the
table at Mrs. Mary Tayloe's Mon
day morning. It feel and explod
ed The dress of Miss Sallie Bet
Tayloe caught and she came near
beiug badly burned IK* fore it was
extinguished. Work began
Monday an the water works. The !
plant is owned by (he same people ]
as the gas works ami will be locat |
ed at the same plait.-. Artoian I
water will be used.—Progress.
Severe storms have appeared in
the western part of North Carolina.
At Statesville a hotel was destroy*
ed by lightning; at Concord a|
church was blown down. Cotton
mills ware also damaged.
The full use of the telephone
system is not yet easily predicted.
An independent Philadelphia com
pany has an arrangement by which
It serves as a regulator of its sub
scribers' watches and clocks art
ting a hundred at a tlmo. If also
serves as an alarm clock and wakes
a subscriber at any time in the
night or day. The company pro
poses to open up a general inform
ation bureau as soon as it can per
fect arrangements. The next step
will be to install a burglar and
fire alarm system which the com
pany already has arranged for us.
Dr. Gatling. the famous inventor
of the rapid fire gun, » jttsf com
pleting tha invention of an auto
mobile plow, which dispenses with
the pulling of the l»ell cord over
the back of a pestiferioos mule,
enabling the farmer to sit in the
carriage and drive the machine all
over the field with as much eaae
as he does in his reaping machine.
FLICK ttaaal Pm lUr
iaaaeef the fiaeat bafejr pfffflpf known,
■nii.uiVljlut ird|huia taU it I*l.
*cmn* . J
Best ia the W«rl4-
A correspondent recently wrote
to Field Marshall Wollealey on the
question of his statement that the
American army was the beat in the
world. Lord Wollesley replied
that the statement was a good de»-
Heacock's Liquid Sulphur cam skin
traables of every nature. No komt
aboald be without it. Aek yoar merchant*
for a book on Liquid Sulphur. Bold by
C. D. Caratarpheu & Co.
Anderson Hukll a Co.. Keith a
The MalaeY Wonder.
Philadelphia, Aug. 35.—The
new battleship Maine returned to
Cramp's ahip yard to-day from her
trial trip over the Cape course.
The vessel is said to have made a
new coast record yesterday on the
run between the Boston lightship
and the Overfalls lightship off the
Delaware capes, covering the dis
tance of 410 miles in twenty-four
hours and ten minutes. Her aver
age speed was 16.91 knots.
Par rots, burns, open sore*, tore
feet, dandruff, falling off of tbe hair,
or any akin disease, use Hancock'a Li
quid Sulphur. Sold by C. !>. Caratar
pbrn Anderson Hasecll a Co.. Keith
FAST HAIL WRECKED.
Switch Tampered with aat Light
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. Jj.—South
ern Railway fast mail No. 35 was
wrecked at llarbons, four miles
from Westminister, S. C., early
this morning. Kngineer Henry A.
Busha, of Atlanta, was seriously
hurt. His fireman escaped with a
alight cut. Conductor J. Cannon
had his hand hurt. Mail Clerks
Lowenthal and Smith were serious
ly hurt. A Pullman conductor
was slightly injured. The switch
had been tampered with, bolts be
ing pulled a out, and the switch
opened and the light put out. Two
other switches had also been tamp
ered with. Busha lost thirty min
utes at Westminister, and was mak
ing up the lost time. The engine
struck the switch at full speed and
turned over on the left side. The
engine and several cars are badly
damaged. None of the passengers
were hurt. Tliere is no clue to the
wreckers. Bloodhouuds are on the
I trail. This is the worst wreck in
If TOO arc tuScriiK from Kczctna,
Pimples, llerjies, Ringworm, dandruff,
or any blwil or ikil iliwue, Hancock's
Liquid Sulphur ia a sure cure. Solil by
C. D. CanUqihtn ft Co,
Anderson Ilasacll ft Co., Keith A God
Hancock'• I.tquld Sulphur will cure
Prickly Heat in one application. Try
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths. For
sale at C. D. Carstarphen ft Co.
Anderson Hassell ft Co., Keith a
McKialer Memorial Day.
Mayor Knight has issued a proc
lamation suggesting that on Sun
day, September 14 the first anni
versary of the death of President
McKinley memorial services be
held in all the churches in Buffalo
and that the city be dropped with
the flag of our country. He has
; appointed a committee to arrange
! for other special observations fit-
I ting to the occasibn. He fnrther
■ suggests that 011 the day following
jtho anniversary special exercises
j be held in the public schools.
TaCara A Coll la Oai la?
Take Laxative Bmuio Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. H W. Grore's aignstuie on each
ANY CHURCH or parsonage or
institution supported by voluntary
contribution will be given a liberal
quantity of the Longman & Mar
tian Paints whenever they point.
NOT*: —This has been oar cus
tom for twenty spvep ypftpi; any
building not satisfactorily Pt)»ted j
will be repainted at our enMuap;
about one gallon of Unseed Oil to
be added to every gallon of the
point to make ready for use; it's
mixed in two minutes, and coat of
the paint thochr made less in price
than any other. Yearly product
over one million gallons
Longman & Martinez, Sole Agents
S K. BIGGS. 47-51
DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUT THE
AID OF A DOCTOR.
"I a|n jast np from a hard spelt ot the
*«•»" (rfjwtrry) wy* ¥ r - T- A - Fanner,
a writ kanrn mtrrhsat Pf pni|nn»PWl.
Tenn. "I used on* small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Rtmrdy and was cured without
having a doctor. I consider K the heat
cholera medicine in the world" There
ia no need of employing a doctor when
this remedy ia used, for no doctor can
prescribe a bitter medicine for bowel
, complaint ia any form either for chil
dren or adults. It never fahs and is
jdemant to lake For sale by N. S. Peel
Mlra. Fred UivrMK.
«W»*ry f iHir. MMuiWatHH
far i wsak aad n* what M «nM 4* far
ef Mead la a mmlk I was ahta t* take
Mtk m Mi prelM."
Wine of CwdaireiniaMae the organ*
ot generation for Um ordeal «f prtf
nancy and cbiUlbirth. It prevents uii*-
urriue. Ko woman wlio take* Wine
ui I'ardui seed fear the coming of her
child. II Mr*. Unrath had taken
Wine of Cardai before her baby came
■he wouUl not have been weakened as
the was. Her rapid recovery should
commend thi. giaat remedy to evwy
expectant mother. Wine of Cardai
regulate* the menstrual tow.
Mr. R. J. Shields, our leading
merckaut, was away all of last
week, a juror at Halifax court.
Meadames Shields, Armstrong and
Herring went to Tarboro yester
day to see Mrs. H. H. Jones, who
is vtry sick.
There was a big Democratic
rally and barbecue at Halifax on
the 28th. 100 barbecues and
Mrs W. H. Btnnett,of William
•ton, has been spending a while in
our town, the guest of Mrs. E.
M. Gordy. She will return home
Ice cream supper and lawn party
at Dr. K. Leggetts last night for
the young people. Several young
ladies from Scotland Neck were
Tobacco curing is about over
around bete, and grading has com
menced. I see no need of holding
it this year with such prices as the
farmers are getting.
The independent Democrats have
advertised Monday, Sept. Ist, for
tlieir mass-meeting to nominate a
full county ticket against the regu
lar Democratic ticket.
Miss Mary Hobbs, of William
ston, who has been spending some
time with her sister, Mm. Arm
strong, of our town, returned home
last week much to the regret of all
here. Come again Miu Mary.
The writer was told by a travel
ing man that is often at different
tobacco markets that he had not
seen tobacco sell higher any where,
than at Williamston. This speaks
well indeed, for the new market.
Mr. G. K. Moore, one of our
most enterprising farmers, has just
bought hiui a corn harvester, and
it is doing some nice work. By
using this machine the entire crop
is saved and put in fine condition
for stock. Several others speak of
buying oue at once.
My boy when tour year* old was taken !
with colic and crampa in his stomach. I!
sent fur the doctor and be injected mor
phine, but the child kept getting worse.
I theu gsve him half a teaspoonful of
Chamberlain's Colie. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, and in half an hour he
waa sleeping and soon recovered.— P. L.
WluciNt, Shell Laka, Wia. Mr. Wil
kins is'look -keeper for the Shell Lake
Lumber Co. for sale by N. & FMt ft Co.
Stops Hi CM|fc
art W*ts aft to Mi
Laxative Bronap Quinine Tablets enrs a
owl in day. c*" P»y.
LITTLETON FBTIALE COLLEQB
One of thn most prosperous schools in
the South. Room for soo boarding pu
pils. Twenty-first Annual Seaaion be
gins Sept. 17th. Large illmtrsWd cata
losp on application to Re*. J. M.
Rhodes, A. M.. President, Littleton, N.
.... An Now la The Lead ....
Call and Inspect our up to-date
1 Gna Cobnrn, Proprietor.
For The Selectors of Something
Good To Eat
Vc Have The Fallowing:
Empire Brand Con Peninsular Brand Tomatoes
The "PhylUs" Brand Peaches Mi*. Hopkin'i Mince Meat
Hooey Dew Drop Syrup America Baked HUM
Saner Kraute Bartlett I "ear*
Alpha Brand Salmons Seaquades, a Sea Relish
Quern City Jelly Libby'a Corned Beef
Durham Chip* Fresh Canned OyaUm
Gall and Get Prices .
W. M. WILSON.
Mlzell & Brown Mizell & Brown
Dealers in w
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES
Contact lone lies, Cigars and Tobacco.
W« carry a complete line of Groceries as cheap as can be bought in lowa,
Java Coffee so eta.
Wo '-Green Coffee lo to u4 eta.
•ell Routed Coffee la# to 15 cts.
Canned Sweet Potatoes.
N. V. Butter on Ice.
Oar Refrigerator is Doing The Work This Hot Weather.
Canned Goods of all Kinda Cheap. Mixed Picklea and Sauces.
CANDIES : French Mixture 10 cents. Pound Package Fine Amort ad Ban BM
and Chocolates 10,15 snd 50 cts.
Smoke Cubanola 5 ct. Cigars. For Sal* Here.
NEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY.
MIZELL & BROWN
Begins, September Bth. 1902.
New Building Newly Furnished.
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.
Each Department Presided Over by a Special/at
Two Pianoa in Music Department. Thorough Practice la— red.
Primary and High School SI.OO to $3 00. Music
BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILIES.'
For information addreas,
R. L. Smith, Secretary, or
C. H. McLAURIN, Principal,
RobersonviUe, N. C.
a 7-» m
■artac fiullM aa admlnlatrator nf Henri
etta Hymen. ikcmrd, thia Uto notify (II per
•mu li debt to aid eatate to pleaae come for
ward cad nettle at once. And all pereorn to
whoa laid MaU la indebted will preaenl their
claim to tlw undenigned for paymeat oa or
before AHfuit tat. 190 J. or thia notice will be
plead la bar 'af their recovery-
Wmislri MARTm, Adaniniattator.
Aag. tat, igoa. " J tMtiaaea.
MAITIH COUKTV I
Bi'raaiua COUBT I
M. B. Ballaace,
J R. BeUaaee.
Tbe defeadeat above named will lakr notice
that aa actloa rulitlrd aa above ha» been cflin
ateaced la the tuperlqr Court af Mart(a county
fur tbe paarpeer of obtaining a I't™"; and |be
aqld defendant w|H further take aatke that he
(a required |a appear at the ae»t terja of tb
Auperlor Court af HM eouu|y, to be fcoldca o»
tha aad Monday after tbe t«t Monday la Sep
leather, lyaa, the aeuee being the ijth day of
aaid aKtath. at the Ceerthouae of aald mnnty la
Willlamaton. K. C , and aaawer or demur to the
coat plai til la >ald actloa, or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court foe tbe relief demanded la
aaid OMaptatat Thia Jaly jiat. i»oa.
J.- A. Iloaaa, Clerk Seperlor Court.
MOUTH CAROLINA. I Superior Coart,
Kuna COUBT*. J Bepteuabcr Term
Sarah A. R. Price
"I ». Met. p.
Tha dtfindaal |bax earned will take notice
that the aaaaaw la the ibne eatltled actloa
ya*e |aaad 4 gate at aafd defendant oa the *4th of
j»l». fr '» w •* !*• pkiulilf for divorce.
■Nf* aawieoui |a return, Womi thf ltd WoMlftr
af September, i*m, aaaw being the ijth day of
September, lato the afke of tbe Clerk af tha
■apertae Caati of Martia Caaaty.
Whea aad where aaid defeadant ia repaired to
apoear to aaaaar or Stater ta the coaaplaiat of
the plaintiff. or the ptaiatOl will apply to tha
Caart foe the relief diemndld.
Thia Jaljr a«th. . s ae. J. A. Horn.
S-M Clerk Seperlor Cuott.
Havtag qealiSed aa adaaialatratar of KHtpbeth
Wootaid. dtnaaf, thk la to netify all peraoaa
I la debt to aaid eatate to pleaae ooine forward
aad aettte at nan. Aad all pernaau to wboan
aald eatate kleditoed arm pleural their ckiana
lathe audtialgaad far payiaeat oa or before
Jaly rt». "9aj. or thia aatke will he plead la bar
It 'M> |''p. Ppwil*
«pdt Jul) Adinlnlalrator
Raving qualified aa udmli. Ut rator of John R
Cruaa. dcceaaed, thk k ta notify all peiauaaa la
dcU la aald eatate to ptraar coae forward aad
nettle at eaace. Aad all penoau to wbata aaid
I eatate k Indebted will peeaeut tin Ir cJainaa to
the aiailriaAgaed lor peyteeat oa or he foe* Anf
aal ffhh. t«fcer thk tmttet wilt he plead ta bar
af their utnug) p. L- Vraca, #dm'r.
NORTH CAROLINA. 1
Mttna COUBT*. J
The defeadant above aaaaed will lake aatlaa
that aa actloa eatlt led aa above, ha* beta eaea
■peiiced In the Superior Coart af Martin Caaaty
for the parpoae of obtaialag a Diverse fmaa tha
boada or matrimoay. aad the aald flNadaat
will farther take notice that he la maiead to
appear at tbe next tenaaf the aepertue Caart ■
of aald County to be holdea aa the eeaaad N»
day arter the tal Moaday la aepietober, tare.
Tbe ame being the 15th day otaaid aaaaih, aad
aaawer or demared to tbe caaiplatot ia aald na
tion. or the plaintiff will apply to the Caart lae
the rell-.f demanded therein. Thk the rjth day
of July. tana. J. A. ROffffff.
Clerk gupci lea Caen.
AUmlatatra trl* Ratify.
Having tb|a day qtat|l|«ed fa ADTA|AHT*LTFF
Upon |he enUte of any decerned huffed, M|
Wynn, notice |a hereby glrea ta til eredttara af
raid eatate to present thefr clqlate
duly «uthqriae4 tgeat, R. S ; foel, |t WIIIRmS
ton, R, C., oa or before the tat day af leiHO
ber, ivav of thia aotlce will he pined la bar af
their recovery. All peiaaaa indebted toaaM ea
tate are rcqaeated to aaake tmmediate payneat.
Thia iSth day of Aagad tfaa.
4««t M * era * R. WTO Aftolakliafck.
R a viae qaallfled aa admlakliatae tgaa *a
eatate af Loaia Cakara. daaeaaad. aatke ta
hereby given la all II idltaaaaf the aatd aetata to
pi tat at their rkkaa to the nadaialaaad aa ar
before the i«lh day af Aagad. afaa.ee Mian
tlee will he pkad la bar af thair na»iat|. AR
make Imnaedku pay aaa at.
Thk 19th day Aigaat. tpt
«Mt t. R. Raaaa, Adaadadataftor.
The ah a I Ufa CertiAcate for theaaleef J. ■>
Rvaaa talereat faa 11 a aaaaa af hnadadjafofoff i-
R. Ryaaan'a landa, for taata daa for tke year el
taaahaa been aaalgn.d to aw by the Baaed af
County Cifiaainaeea af Martia Caaatj. aad •
ahalL aaiean legal ladtatyMna k
deed foeaaaie «adaya after dateaf thia aatke.
Thia Aagaat ad-ivaa.
WANTED—A TRUSTWORTHY cat
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