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OLD CONFEDS ACTIVE
Tender Their Services to Governor Russell
in the Event of War.
PRIVATE SECRETARY ALEXANDER RETIRES
Ho Is SnccecdoU by Hot. llnylui CnOo
?An Overdose or Oliloritl ItcnulfH In
l>cuili-l-'ii-ein nConi Mino?i btnfca
Ho (Viii Sot itu Ousted?I'rltclinni
Snyn Knurl Will Uo ConUruicd.
iRaleigh, N. C, Fob. 28.?(Special.)?
Governor Russell to-day received th ?
following letter from Colonel William
dl. S. Burgwyn, of Henderson: "In view
of the possible declaration of war toe
itween this country and Spain and a call
upon you by the President to furnish
?North Carolinas quota of troops for
that purpose; 1 have the honor to tender
you my services to raise a regiment or
Infantry, composed of the sons of ex
Confederate soldiers to serve In that
Captain .Thomas W. Patfon, nlso an
CX-Confcderate and r,7 years of age, has
become a member of the Fourth Regi?
ment at Ashevlllc, on the belief thait
-there will 'l>e war. Colonel James M.
Ray makes an offer to raise a regiment
of "ex-Confederates, sound and lit Dir
military duty, welt of the Blue Ridge.
The State charters the Planters' To
fnacoo warehouse or Smlthtleld; capital,
?.r>,000, among the stockholders being
J. H. and 13. W. Pou.
Private Secretary Joseph F.. Alexan?
der has a severe attack of measles at
the executive mansion, lie retires as
private secretary and the Rev. Baylus
Cade succeeds him. lit Is learned that
CVlr. Alexander will return to Winston
to resume 'the practlve of law. Mr.
Cade was for years a Baptist minister,
and Is also a lawyer. He for a time
edited the Progr ssive Farmer. For
several years he has 'been chaplain at
the United States military prison at
Fort LQtivenworth. Ills home In L)3UtS
There Is much complaint among 'the
farmers of unseasonably dry weather.
Yesterday morning C. H. Melvln, of
New York, but no employe of the Syn?
dicate Publishing company, of Phila?
delphia, died lure. His death Dollowed
a default' and an overdose of chloral.
He was found In his room Saturday
evening lying face downward and al?
most suffocated. His body was to-day
shipped to his relatives In New York.
The Caralelgh button mills here to
nigh't begin for the first time to run
day and night, having ndded to-day
Regular trains to-dny began run?
ning on the Ashedale-Elrod branch of
the Atlantic Const L?lne. This branch
?was built by convicts.
The clerk to the penitentiary, F. B.
YYimhnsh. was offered by a New York
firm broken c.iffeo at 6la cents a pound.
He ordered some, and the llrm shipped
him 20,000 pounds?a carload. He now
has an elephant oh his hands.
Exceptions to the reduced rate Of
passenger fare ordered by the Railway
Commission a week ago will be filed
John R. Smith, Commissioner of Ag?
riculture, ways he docs not know that
he is to be ousted by the Governor, and
that J. C. Li. Harris, attorney to the
Board of Agriculture, does not kn'ow
anything about It. Harris says it is a
revival of the old talk. Yet the odds
are that at the next me: ting of the
board Smith will be ousted.
The first political gun of the cam?
paign of 1S0S is fired by the Warren
county Republicans, who are tio hold a
mass meeting March r.th to hear speech?
es by Oeorge H. White and James IL
Young, and also to hear Charles A.
Cook speak on the legislation of the
last General Assembly.
A disgusted Republican remarked to?
day: "For tlrr- amount invested the
Populists In North Carolina have had
the best return of any party ever known
in the State."
The State Treasurer is receiving let?
ters from Pamllco county, saying the
oyster cases there arc fraudulent in
The members of the Executive Com?
mittee of the State Farmers' Alliance
If any of ye know just cause or impedi?
ment why these two peruons should not be
joined together in Holy Matrimony, ye art
to declare it, or forever after hold your
peace." If physicians obeyed this solemn
admonition in the marriage ceremony and
protested with the honest and scientific rea?
sons in their possession half of the unhappi
ness, sickness and death in the world would
cease to exist. The man or woman who has
developed symptoms of that dread disease
consumption should not marry until cured.
Consumption should bar the way to wedded
life. It is a crime to transmit to future gen
crations the death - dealing germs in the
blood of the consumptive.
Many physicians pronounce consumption
au incurable disease. In this they are mis?
taken as thousands will testify. Dr. Pictce'a
Golden Medical Discovery cures cj8 per cent,
of all cases of consumption. It corrects all
disorders of the digestion. It promptly im
roves the appetite and makes it keen and
earty. It fills the blood with the tissue
building elements of the food, and acting
directly upon the lungs, drives out all im?
purities and disease germs. It makes rich,
pure blood, builds new, firm, healthy flesh,
and strong, springy muscles. It soothes
and invigorates the nerves. Thousands
have testified to their permanent recovery
from consumption through its use, after
they were given up by the doctors and all
hope was gone. Druggists sell it and noth?
ing else is "just as good."
There cannot be too many good, practical books
in n home. Dr. Pierce'* Common Sense Medical
Adviser is n good practical book for husbands,
wives, mothers, daughters and sons. Send 21
one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, to
World's Dispensary Medical Association, llufialo,
Ii. Y. For cloth binding, scud 31 stamps.
say the output tot their ohoe factory
will this month too Increased 20 per
Quite a number of persons from the
mountain section were here to-day on
their way to the Newberna*falr. Among
them was Kopc Ellas, of.Macon.
Sena-tor -Prltchard'declares Bwart will
bo confirmed as Judge. The relations
between Senators Prltchard and Butler
are more strained than ever, by reason
of the latter's antagonism to Ewart.
It Is learned that In ten days the
monument, .76 feet high, of granite, to
Senator Vance, at Ashevllle, ?will be
A Are at the Cumruock coal mine des?
troyed all of the plant above ground.
The loss is heavy.
Elisabeth City. N. C, Feb. 28?Spe?
cial).?The new cotton mills supply fac?
tory on Polndex-ter street was destroyed
by fire early Sunday morning. The
alarm was rung at 3 o'clock a. in., and
at that time the building, which was
an old one, was a light "blaze.' The loss,
while not very heavy, was not covered
by Insurance. A new building with,
much more complete machinery for the
manufacture of the same articles will
be erectetd within a few months.
The commission of C. Vv". Mellck as
ensign of the Elizabeth City division of
Naval Reserves was issued on Friday.
(Rev. J. H, Hall preached a special
sermon to the Red Men at the Metho?
dist "Episcopal Church on Sunday even?
ing before a large congregation.
lAt the Baptist Church on Sunday
morning Rev. Dr. Pcnlck preached on
"The Life and Environments of Moses."
In the evening the evubject o? his dis?
course was "Dancing." Ijarge congre?
gations were present on both occasions.
The origin of the Are on Sunday morn?
ing Is supposed to have been Incendiary.
The Naval Reserves will have a drill
to-night, and will leave to-morrow af?
ternoon on the steamer Neuse for New
berne to attend the fair there.
lEdeniton, N. C. Feb. 28.?(Speolal)?
Hon. W. B. Shepherd leaves to-day for
Newborn lo attend the fair. From there
he will go to Hlllsboro.
Mr. Henry Currln, of the county, has
accepted a position with Mr. At. D.
IMr. W. Y. Pullln, or TVIlmln-gton, Is
here on a visit to his wife's relatives.
IMr. James Martin, of Norfolk, spent
Sunday In Edenton with his mother.
(Rev. W. F. Watson preached at Mace?
donia church Sunday afternoon.
(Mr. John Griffin spent Sunday, near
Belvldere with relatives.
?Mr. J. A. Wilkinson has severed his
connection with the Brannlng Alanufac
turlng company as manager of the
A collection was taken Sunday night
by Rev. L. Y. Mann, of the Broad Street
'Methodist church, in behalf of the suf?
fering Cubans, which resulted in a con?
tribution of about $00.
Plymouth, N. C, Feb. 28.?(Special)?
idls.j Bertha Glbbs, of Bath, Is the guest
of Miss Nina Harrlso;n, on Third street.
Saturday afternoon about half past 4
o'clock the store occupied "by W. J.
Hodges was discovered on fire. The
fire engine was Immediately secured
and In albout half an hour the fire was
gotten under control and the flames
soon extinguished, not, however, with?
out doing a great deal of damage to
the ?building. The fire was caused by a
defective flue. FVyrtunately the wind
was not blowing and none of the ad?
joining wooden 'buildings caught.
?Hertford, N. C, Feb. 28.?(Special)?
The Baptist Young People's Union met
at the Baptist church yesterday after?
noon. Six new members were enrolled,
making a total of thirty.
Rev. J. E. Elliott preached at the
Baptist church last night.
Rev. J. A. Hamaday preached at the
Methodist church yesterday, morning
There will be a debate at Wlnfork
Sehoolhouse Friday evening at 7:30
(Concluded from Seventh Page.)
PORT OF NEWPORT NEWS.
fitmp. Curltiba, Galveston.
Sehr. N. W. Cralg, New York.
Sehr. Royce. Bridgeport.
Sehr. A. E. Mansen, Boston.
Barge Coal King. New York.
Barge City of Atlanta, New Haven.
Sehr. J. D. Dewell, Boston.
Kehr. Cora C. (Meader, Baltimore.
Sump. Casslus, Shields.
Stmp. Indrlna, Glasgow. 4
.Stmp. Curt Iba, Antwerp,
j Sehr. Cox and Green, Boston,
j Barge Marion. New Haven.
Barge Corsica, Providence.
Stmp. Greer.brler, London.
THE COMPOUND LOCOMOTIVE.
I3ven a partial Investigation rcveab
strong testimony?which, indeed, may be
called evidence?as to tho marked value
of the compound locomotive. All records
quoted show Its economy, and those
which treat further of Its repairs and
operations Indicate that those, with somt
types tit least, are respectively neither
more costly nor more difficult than those
of the single expansion engine. It seems
remarkable thnt with the advance of mul?
tiple expansion In nil other lines of In?
dustry, the compound principle should
make such slow progress In railroad
work. For fully a decade, despite steadj
improvement In Its design and construc?
tion, thft compound locomotive has been
"The problem of continuing so great an
Increase In economy with simplicity and
durabllty of construction, a normal rate
of construction, a normal rate of main
tennncc, an ease of manipulation, has
been tedious and difficult of solution. Tc
the III effects of early experiment and. In
some respects, of early error, are. owlnp
In some degree the strong prejudice)
against tho system which exists in the
minds of many able railroad men. It
should bo remembered that expansiv,
power?as that of steam?Is a property ol
gases and not a machine: that a prlncl
plo Is one thing, Its application anothe
that to ancrlbo, without Investigation
to one compound locomotive tha faults o:
virtues of another Is a mathod or critl
clsm which has Its parallel perhaps h
1assuming that all fuels arc, without rr
gard to their composition or nhysler
characteristics, equally good or equals
hnd.?Itallwny and Engineering Review,
Arid ithe Groom Was Only Eighteen
Tears of Age.
(New York World.)
!Lov>e dwells unrestrained In the heart
of 18-year-old Benson Eggers. Young
as ho Is, he has been married three
times, has twice been defendant In di?
vorce suite, and Is now seeking the an?
nulment of his third marriage on the
ground that he was married' -when he
Eggers lives at North Salem. When
he was 16 he courted, and on January
26, 1806, wedded Lulu B. Coffman. Six
weeks later she left him, and In April
she was divorced. In her complaint the
child Bald they were married on Sunday
and It was agreed ?that she was to re?
main at the home of her parents for a
few days to get her clothing and per?
sonal effects In proper shape; that In
a few days her husband came for her
and when about to start for his home
she sent some of the wedding cake to
her friends, among whom was a young
This angered Eggers for some cause
not known to her, and he then told her
that she cared for said young man
more than she did for him, and that "If
ahe did shie had better married him;"
that he was very cross and ugly In
this matter and they quarrelled all the
On the second day he left her alone
In the country and went to town, and
late that evening he came home drunk
and noisy, and made use of profane and
improper language In her presence, and
used /threats of personal violence, from
which she was terrified. He then drew
a revolver and threatened to shoot her,
and fired the revolver at various points
In the room to scare and terrify her.
He afterward pushed her over on the
floor and trod dn her finger,?, took a
hxtchet and drew the edge across her
throat, and told her he would cut her
head off as.he would that of a chicken.
After all this he struck her, knock?
ing her down and pushing her across
a chair, injuria^ her back. More than
this, he took a hot poker and burned
her wrist. He drew case knives and
threatened to cut her throat, and re?
fused to stay at home with her. Then,
in his tempers, he told her he was
sorry he married her, and that he
loved another, and other things that
no wlfo likes to hear. He made her
life so miserable thait she appealed to
her brother, and he naturally came
and took her back to her father's home.
She asked for $1,000 alimony and her
maiden name of Lulu Belle Coffman.
Benson posed o9 a single man Just
six weeks, though he sincerely mourn?
ed the fact that Mrs. Eggers No. 1 was
enjoying the nlimony which the cruel
court said he must hand her. Six
weclc3 of freedom, and he began to
sigh for the chains of matrimony! Be?
sides he was now sixteen and what is
a man of sixteen without a wife? This
time he found a congenial spirit In
Miss Bihoda Morgan, of Terra Haute.
Pot a second time there wore brlde'e
cake, white ribbons, white gloves and
?r?nge blossoms. All went well for one
week. Benson seemed truly happy and
loved his bride and treated her well.
Then, owing to the fact that the first
Mrs. Eggers had not knocked him out
In their first quarrel and made a man
of him, Mts. Eggers No. 2 caught the
benefit of his temper. In Just three
weeks, before the rice thrown on the
brldaJ party was combed out of her
locke, he gave her such a beating that
she packed her trunk and went out
to find the Courthouse. She wanted
her own name and she wanted to get
out of the matrimonial meshes of Ben?
son Eggers as quick as she coulil. She
was only fourteen and no doubt could
marry a dozen times; at any rate she
refused to take the Inhuman treat?
ment of Benson.
In December she employed lawyers
to bring suit for divorce for her, so
on January' 3, in the Superior Court of
Terre Haute, Ind., a complaint was
tiled stating the marriage took place
in August, 1806, and the separation the
September following, since which time
they have not lived together, the
separation being caused by the fact.,
she alleges, that he beat her and
abused her, the language being too
foul to be set out in the complaint. It
Is also shown that Eggers is the owner
of real estate to the amount of $2,500
In Putnam county, and the plaintiff
asks for $1,000 alimony.
The divorce has Just been granted.
When Mrs. Eggers No. 2 left him to
get his own breakfaat and no one to
beat or call names he meandered back
to the farm of his childhood and spent
a few weeks playing tag with his
brothers and sisters, eating the good
things prepared for the prodigal son.
He was contented for a few weeks.
Then one night he got out his white
shlTt, a clean collar and bis best neck?
tie and his family knew that Benson
The pain caused by Rheumatism is
intense and almost unbearable. If a
dagger was repeatedly driven into the
body, the agony could not be greater.
Rheumatism is a blood disease, and
its cure can be accomplished only by
is but one
(S.S.S) is the
best and the only sure weapon to use
in battling with the deadly microbes
in the system. It purifies the blood,
builds it up, gives it new life and
strength, and drives out the disease
germs. It is a vegetable compound
that acts directly upon the blood. It
works from the inside and supplies
tbe veins with life-giving red cor?
puscles. It is the only Real Blood
Every sufferer from Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema or
iny other blood disease?no matter what
name the doctors
give it?should write
to the Swift SrECinr
Co., Atlanta.Ga., fot
free books about the
cure of all disorders
of the blood.
was going courting again. .' He even
put a few drops of triple extract on
Ills handkerchief and looked to see If
his mustache wasn't beginning to stvpw :
on his upper Hp.
Miss Ethel May Harris, of Danville, I
pleased his fancy this time and he
liked Ethel bo well that he Just went
to her home and lived with her pa?
When Bethel's father moved to North
Salem Benson came right along with
them. Now whether he forgot his
family skeleton and that his divorce |
suit had not yet come off, or whether
he wilfully shut his eyes to the plead?
ings of conscience, Is not to be fath?
omed by ordinary minds. Yet some?
how conscience and Benson got sepa?
rated for a brief time and evidently
Miss Ethel did not know the stories
told by his former wives, so on one
cold night, during the holiday season,
they slipped off to a judge und were
?Bggers has now filed a petition In
court at Danville to have the Harris
marriage declared void, as he already
had a wife in Terre Haute. When he
married the third wife he told her the
Terre Haute wife was dead.
Secret of the Petty Effort to Discredit
(Habana Correspondence Philadelphia
Ex-Secretary Olney's small-minded
action of sending a cheek for $100
through the Spanish minister Instead
of through the State Department for
the relief of starving Cubans has been
commented upon here greatly to the
discredit of the ex-Secretary. Those
who know the real facts of the trouble
between OIneyand Consul-General Lee
I recognize this action of the cx-secretary
as one intended to reflect on General
At the time Bulz, the dentist, was
imprisoned at Habana, and Weyler
refused to pay any attention to the
treaty rights of an American citizen,
as he had done so often before. Con?
sul-General Lee made a demand that
the treaty with the United Stales be
observed, and then telegraphed to Ol
ney that unless he was sustained by
the government he would resign. Ol
ney, In an imperious way, replied Chat
consuls had no power to make such
demands, and wanted to know what
General Lee's purpose was. General
Lee replied that Iiis purpose was to
defend American citizens and uphold
their rights, and that he had no other
purpose, and that if not sustained in
that purpose he would return on the
next steamship to the United States.
Olney tried to have President Cleve?
land remove General Lee forthwith,
but Instead of doing that President
Cleveland sent a long private dispatch
of over two hundred words to General
Lee asking him not to resign and not
to do anything at that time that might
embarrass the administration, which
was about to go out of olllce.
General Lee concluded to remain,
and was all the more willing because
he received a private dispatch from
Senator Sherman, who, It was known,
would be the next Secretary of State,
which contained simply one word,
"congratulations," and which was
signed "John Sherman." That satis
fled the Consul-General that the next
administration at. least would uphold
the rights of American citizens, and
he remained in olllce, and was Inform?
ed by President McKinley at Ihe be?
ginning of his administration that the
Consul-General had the entire confi?
dence of the administration. The se?
quel has shown that the administration
made no mistake In retaining General
Lee. And this petty method of ox
Secretary Olney, In trying to throw dis?
credit on the Consul-Gcncml. who Is
laboring hard to help the poor, starv?
ing people without receiving any com?
pensation for that work, will do more
harm to Olney than It will to anybody
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with ANIMAL EXTRACTS. Freo book
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Jaunty Spring Suits and
. . Dressea ? ?
For Ladies, Misses and Children,
34 Granby Street, Columbia Buildine.
The Little Store Around the Corner.
Frequent headache, nostrils stuffy or dry
and scabliy, nlily8 hawking and spltilng,
frequent colds, buzzing In the ears dull
aching parfns in back and limbs, attacks of
dizziness or faintness, tongue coated,
white or yellow, slimy or bitter taste In
mouth, especially in the morning on aris?
ing, frequent attacks of the "blues," no en?
ergy to do anything and always tired,
sleep restless? and dreamy or elso very
deep, but get up tired, much belching In
some cases, and palpitation of the heart,
and bowels rumbling and swollen with
gases, attacks of heartburn and bloating
after eating, appetite for breakfast poor,
some have good appetite but food disa?
grees or g!v?.'s no strength, many suffer
from nausea or loose their appetite when
they go to the table. Such are the prom?
inent symptoms of DRY CATARRH, com?
plicated with CATARRH OF STOMACH
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Consultation Always Free I
Medicines Furnished 1
o< Terms Uery Moderate! I?
9 a. in. to 18:30; 2 lo 6 p. m.
IT Should tnhoMOTT'f?
They overcome Weakness, Irregu?
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oud linnlsti *f paliitt of uicnstruii'
lion." They aru "IMro Baven"
to girls nt womanhood, aiding de?
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them. (J.. .in..t do hnrni?life bo
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gist, manufacturer's agent nnd manufac?
turer of Trotter's never failing Headache
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Call at our branch warcrooms and bo
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PHONICS (33 AND 1010.
Norfolk Iron Works,
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AUCTION SAX,KS?THIS DAY.
By the Morris Auction Houso. 61 and
New Market Placo.
LASn"? AND ATTRACTIVE GALE OP
in^f ntb.Furnlture- Carpels. Rugs. Pic
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TUF?fDAV,Mfti?Sr,itT*Au5t,0n HiuSe ?"
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fe27'2t R- R. MORRIS Manager.
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Importance to People
Who Wear Them.
"Tho wearer of a truss Is always look?
ing for something better, and It Is there?
fore, an easy mattor to command atten?
tion when the American Silver Truss is
brought to tho notice of a prospective
buyer It is light and simple, mado of
one continuous piece of metal, without
nuts, screws or rivets, and can bo formed
bv the hand to the exact shape of tho
body, and when placed in position does
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FOR FITTING TRUSSES.
GIVE SPECIAL, ATTENTION TO COR?
Patent Medicines at Cost
296 MAIN STREET.
Goods delivered free Ports?
mouth, Berkley, etc.
SO CONVENIENT THAT
A CHILD CAN OPERATE IT. 4
B gallons of Cum?
berland Lllhia Wa?
ter, pure, clear,
sparkling. Wo sup?
ply here patent tilt?
ing demijohns with?
out chargo to our
patrons. We con?
sider your conven?
ience as well as your
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us for the prlco on 5
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* Directory, 1838....
Tli? r/ork on this Directory Is tmder
way and will be pushed speedily und suc?
cessfully to completion, and book Issued
in good time by home people.
Do not bo deceived by any statements
made to the contrnry. I havo issued the
Directory dmlng the past 25 years and
built It. up to what It Is. and propose to i
continue Its publication.
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