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PRESSED FOR CASH.
Treasurer Worth Again Asks
County Sheriffs For Money.
STATE'S NEEDS EXPLAINED.
Negro Murderer or a Young White Mnn Ar?
rested? The Doctors Who Aro K?nning
the Times-Visitor Enjoy "The Greatest
Day" In Their I.ivoa? I'.xecntlvo Com?
mittee ot the North Carolina Athletic
Association ttecoiuiuonds Chum;es In
the Kales?North Curoliim Academics.
.Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 2S.?State Treas?
urer Worth tonight sent but the fol
lowing letter to all sheriffs: "The!
pressing need for carh in my apology
for again asking you to send in your
funds as early us you can. We need
all we can get for next month. Two
hundred and twelve thousand dollars
of pension warrants are pouring In
now; 571,000 interest on bonds to pay
in January, besides regular expenses
of the Stale government, appropria?
tions to State hospitals, Deaf, Dumb
and Blind Institutions, and the ex?
penses of the legislature, which meets
January 0th. As funds arc now going
out, if receipts are not hurried In, the
treasury will soon be empty.- You can
cash pension warrants and send theni
In as cash."
A BICYCLIST MURDERED.
The following dispatch has been re?
ceived from Hamilton:
Constable G. N. Bellamy passed
through town this evening on his way
to Wltllainston, the county seat of
Martin, having In custody a young nc- j
gro who shot and Instantly killed aj
young white man named Edmonds yes
tot day about noon. Just seven mile:;
from Hamilton, in the public road lead?
ing to Palmyra.
Edmonds was riding a bicycle when
he was shot with a shotgun, the load
entering his head near the temple and I
passing out through his face, disfigur?
ing him beyond recognition.
The cause of the deed Is not known,
as the negro refuses to make a state?
ment. At a late bom- this evening
young Edmonds was Still lying astrad?
dle his bicycle just as he fell, with sev?
eral hundred people around awaiting
the arrival of the county coroner.
A GREAT DAY.
Some years ago in Mils county a lot
of negroes weiv noticed going towards
a country church. One was asked what
was the occasion, as it was on what
'the darkeys called a "weekly day."
The reply was "Mr - and Miss -
is er gwlrro tcr marlfy." There is cer?
tainly a lot* of "mnrrifylng" going un
these holiday times, for Register Of]
Deeds Hood says 120 licenses have been i
Issued since November 10. Mention
was made the other day that Dr.
Womble, business manager of che
Times-Visitor, Dr. J. Wilbur Jenkins*
afternoon paper, had been made a
magistrate and would perform the
ceremony free of charge during the
holidays. Tills afternoon he has his
lirst "case." Your correspondent was
invited to be present. The Ananias
Club was put in force, and Dr. Womble
"pulled off" the affair in highly credit?
able style. Two preachers were pres?
ent. After the conclusion of the cere?
mony the Times-Visitor congratulated
the happy couple, in accordance with
its announcement. Drs Jonklus and
Womble fairly overdowed with delight
and pride, it was the greatest day in
. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
The executive committee of the North
Carolina Athletic Association met nt
the Yarhorough House in this city,
last night and adopted urgent resolu?
tions urging the Southern intercolle?
giate Association to make the follow?
ing three changes in rtilos:
"I. Make time limit four years in
?stead of live, as now.
"2. Debar paid Instructors.
"3. Debar law, medical and other
students who have not stood admission
examinations equivalent to those re?
quired of regular college freshmen."
NORTH CAROLINA ACADEMIES.
The fourth annual session of the
North Carolina Association, of Acade?
mies met in this city this afternoon,
and will continue In session through to?
This organization, though young, has
come to he recognized as one of the
most potent factors ot the Slate in
mat tecs educational.
WHO IS MAGGIE KING?
The following dispatch was re. elved
fr< m Baltimore last night regarding a
young woman who claims Raleigh as
Baltimore; Dec. S6.?Maggie King,
twenty years of age, was found sick
in North Bond street yesterday after?
noon, and' was taken to the Rultiniore
University Hospital by Officer Mcln
tyro, Of the Northeastern Police Sta?
tion. There Dr. Stover said she had
nrtlculnr rheumatism. She declared
that she came from Raleigh, N. C,
and that she had been an inmate of
the House of the Hood Shepherd In
this city. Lately she had been living:
in South Dallas street. She claimed !
that she was turned into the street |
from the latter place yesterday because i
she was too ill to go to work.
Inquiries made failed to discover anv j
clue to the Identity of the- woman and
her connection with Raleigh.
NEW ENTERPRISE OP COLONEL
JULIAN S. CARR.
Durham, N. C, Dec. 28.? Colonel
Julian S. Cnrr (arid I style him colonel
for the reason that he prefers It to
general) spent part of last week In |
Asheville, In company with several
Other gentlemen, and returned to the
city in time to spend the Christmas
holidays with his family. While in
Asheville the party Inspected?the wa
? tor powers nt the French Broad river, i
_lhj ir availability, etc. 1 am In a posit j
tlon to statte that Colonel Carr is at the
bend or a syndicate which has pur?
chased five of the beat water powers
on the French Broad and the tine pow?
er on the Rig ivy, thirteen miles out
The syndicate expects to develop
those powers.at once, spending, per?
haps, front ?300.000 to $500.000 In so do?
ing. The purpose of the development
of 'these powers Is to furnish electrical
power to Ashevllle for street car move?
ment, electric lighting, operating cot?
ton factories, wood working factories,
machine shops, etc. The syndicate, it
Is learned, has already in hand signed
contracts or power that will guaran?
tee a satisfactory dividend upon the
Tte work of developing the power
will begin at an early date.
A BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT
Hertford, N. C, Dec. 28.?Thursday
at high noon the Methodist Episcopal
church was the scene of the most beau?
tiful marriage of the season, the con?
tracting parties In the happy event be?
ing Miss Luta Hayes, the accomplish?
ed niece of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Blan
chard, of this place, and Mr. Charles
Wood Galther, a prominent young
business man connected with the Nor?
folk und Southern Railroad here, and
son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gassaway
Promptly at the appointed lime the
bridal party entered the church in '.lie
following order, to the strains of Lo?
hengrin's bridul song. Miss E. C. Skin?
ner presiding at the organ:
Mr. Robert Montgomery, uncle of the
bride, and Mrs. George Burgess: Dr.
E. S. White and Mr. Elmer Perry, ush?
ers; Miss Helen W. Gaithcr and Miss
Elizabeth Rlddlck, M'ss Sara Galther
and Miss Ruth Toms, attendants. Miss
Margaret Rlanchurd then followed the
bride; leaning on tne arm of her broth?
er, Mr, Wayland Hayes.
They were met at the altar by the
groom and his best man. Mr. J. C.
Warren, Jr., of Norfolk. The ceremony
was impressively performed by Rev.
Mr. R. A. Willis, presiding elder.
The bride was bieomlngly attired In
a golng-away-gown of castor cloth,
with hat of panne velvet In same
shade, and carried bride's roses.
The maid of honor and attendant!
wore handsome cloth dresses with ela?
borate trimmings, black velvet picture
hats, and carried white carnations.
The groom, best man and ushers wore
the conventional black, with whkc
Mr. and Mrs. Galther left on the
Northbound train for New York nnd
other Northern cities via the Old Do?
The church was most beautifully dee
orated Under the management of Mrs.
George Edwin Major, who showed her?
self a true nrtisl, the color scheme be?
ing green and while, which was most
effectively carried out.
The wedding presents were handsome
andvnumerous, showing the high es?
teem In which both bride and groom
TRIO ELKS RECEIVED CHRISTMAS
Wilmington, N. C, Dec. 28.?Among
the pleasant occasions on Christmas
Day was un Informal reception by
Wilmington Lodge, No. 032. Benevolent
and Protective Order of 'Elks at their
elegant parlors and lodge rooms in the
Klks' Temple, on North Kr?nt street.
The Elks were out In large numbers
and many citizens called during the
Bay and night. Among the callers in
the afternoon wore a number of ladles,
and all who visited the temple were
astonished at the comfort and elegance
j Of the Elks' home. The Klks received
with great cordiality and dispensed
their hospitality in a manner that
made it extremely pleasant for their
Christmas was turned Into an ncen..
sion for drunken orgies, and every?
body agrees that there was more of It
In Wilmington than has been seen here
f.>r years. There were drunken fights
on all sides. One of the most disgrace?
ful and cowardly that marred the day
i ?Iis in the Diamond saloon, where two
or three, if not more, men brutal'v
beat a soldier from Fort Caswvll. It is
said lie was knocked down with a chair
and beaten and kicked while he was
down. He was so badly injured that
he had to be sent to the city hospital.
MIDYETT - D1XON NUPTIALS ?
WILL RESIDE IN SCHENEC
New Rom, N. C. Dec. 28.?On De?
cember 24th. 1000, at the residence of
Mr. E. S. Dixon In White Oak town?
ship, Jones county, Mr. Alex J. Mld
ycU was united in marriage to Miss
Jennie Dlxon, K. F. Foseue. Esq., offi?
Miss Jennie Is a general favorite nnd
we hate lo see her leave. . Our best
wishes for her future hnpplness and
long life of wedded bliss.
Mr Mldyett is a prosperous young
merchant of Oriental.
WILL LIVE IN SOHENECTADY.
Mrs. Laehlan C. Vnss left hy 1he
steamer Neuse Thursday night for
Schenectady, N. Y? where she will
make- her home permanently with her
son, Dr. Edward S. Vass.
Rev. Laehlan C. Vass, eldest son of
Mrs Vass, is a Presbyterian missionary
in Africa. Mrs. Vnss has very many
friends here, as well as her sons, who
were born and w*nt to school in this
A RECEPTION ?PERSONAL ?THE
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Elizabeth City, N. C, Dec. 2S.?Miss
Ella Mae James gave a reception in
honor of Miss Rosa Ethrldge, of Berk?
ley, Va.. Thursday night at her home,
on Fearing street. The couples in at?
tendance were as follows: Mr. W.
Hayes and MIts Ciinnle White, Dr.
Rlddlck and Miss Gay Woodson, Mr.
R, McPherson and Miss Ileulah Ful
rher, Mr. J. H. Sn?wden and Miss Mar?
tha Sykes, Mr, J. C Wood and Mips
Kate Stalling?, Mr. W. N. Old and
Miss Fannie Dawson, Mr. A. O. James
and Miss Lula Mae Spence, Mr. Wr. C.
Sawyer and Miss Eflle Sawyer, Mr. D.
It. Morgan and Miss Minnie Parker,
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gregory, Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Hendreu.
Stags?Messrs. L. E. Old, James
Fearing. Martin Fearing, Howland
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE.
Miss P.essle Snyder, of Norfol'c, Is
visiting her cousin. Miss Selma Ful
mer, on Fearing street.
Mr. Jan es ipherd. formerly of this
IjlOR RENT?THE TWO MODERN
I business buildings. 50 and 5S Water
street, now occupied by Sallio Perry and
Moses Weisel. Blsabeth City, N. c. p0.
session given .1 unitary 1st. I'jA. Apply to
JACOBOSKY BROS.. Portsmouth, Va.
place, but now of Howard. N. C, re?
turned Wednesday to ??oonti a few days
with his parents on p Index'er street.
Miss Mary Wood left Thursday for
Baltimore. Md., where she wttl spend'a
few days visiting friends and relatives.
The; steamer Dickernian is under?
going repairs at Scott's marine rail?
Mr. Dick Williams, at one tlm? a
resident of this place, but now of Nor?
folk, is in town visiting friends and
THE CHURCHES SUNDAY.
M. E. ehu-ch. South, Rev. R. C. Tton
man, pastor?Sunday school at 9:.to a.
m. Preaching at H a. m. and 7 30 p.
nt. by pastor. Watch night service
Monday night at 10 o'clock.
First Baptist church?Sunday school
nt 9:30 a. m. Preaching nt 11 a. m. by
Rev. J. B. Ferebee and at 7:30 p -v
by some one from union meeting. Sun?
day school at both chapels nt 3 p. w.
Penrl Street M E. church. U-v W.
S. Fitch, pastor?Special twenf.t?tp re,:,
tury services at 10:80 n~ m , St c* "> o.
m- Also watch night sorvlc0 Monday
night commencing at 10 o'clock.
DFATlt OF JOSEPH AtTPnt,ETON
Edenton. N C, December 23?Miss
Pattle Sanderlin. of Elizabeth City, Is
tlie guest of friends here.
Mrs. Robert Temple has beer? soend
ing the holidays here wl?h r?t-.. u
Jos. Mlddleton, a well-known ro'n-M
man. died yesterday from tii- effects
of over exertion and excitement at the
lire Wednesday night.
Mr. Geo. D. Folk and wife have re?
turned from a visit to SmlthfleM. Vn,
Mr. W. R. Brothers is visiting friends
Mr. Jim Parrlsh, of this countv, was
married to Miss Sadie Speiehr, of
Portsmouth, yesterday and came down
on last evening's train.
Mr. Jimmie Warren attended the
Gaither-Hayes nuptials, at Hertford,
SELLING EGGS BY WEIGHT.
Buying by the Do/en Neither Econo?
mic Nor Scientific.
The suggestion Is made by the North
Carolina Experiment Station that it
would bo far more rational to sell eirrrs
by weight than by the rtozon. This
conclusion was reached <u'ter a long
series of experiments. In which the
weight ot eggs laid by different breeds
Of hens was carefully observed: It
was found that there was a difference
In the weigh!?fully 100 per cent, lic
tween the lightest and the heaviest.
Accordingly, on the basis of the then
prevailing prices for these egps. name
ly. 1316 cents a dozen, tho heaviest
eggs were worth at least ?0 per rent,
more on a rational basis, whereas they
sold at practically the same price. The
questions are asked, "On what other'
article of food will people be content
to pay the same price for what may
vary over 50 per cent. In value? Or
what producer of merchantable pvo
duce of any kind will consent to supply
nil the way up Io fis per cent, more
than market value and not think to
add to the standard price for addition?
al value?" The npparent objection tu
this scheme is that eggs aie used by
number and not by weight.
OTEY'S SPEECH ON TOBACCO.
Described as a Unique Contribution to
(Washing) on Post.)
It is not often that the Congressional
Record contains such a unique contri?
bution to literature ns the speech
which Representative Otey, of Virgin?
ia, delivered In the House on tobacco.
Mr. Otey represents the Lynchburg
district, In the tobacco-growing seel ion
of his Stale, and his eulogy of the weed
ought to keep him in Congress for tho
remainder of his days. He is tho espe?
cial advocate of a bill to allow a larger
ration of tobacco to the soldiers in the
army, and it was in advocacy of this
measure that he delivered his speech.
"It Is a fact."asserted Mr. Otey,"that
there Is no solace In camp life or on
shipboard like the pipe, and nothing
staves off hunger and thirst like the
chew of tobacco." All the smokers
and Chowers in the House applauded
this assertion, and then Mr. Otey went
back to ancient history. He showed
from ltd enrllo.it iltgnni^ry
co has been considered a curative.
He quoted an old practitioner of
"physlcke" who commended tobacco In
1610, and recalled the words of Har?
lot, who was one of Sir Waller Ral?
eigh's expedition In 1584, and who said
that tobacco was n notable preserver
of health. Ho quoted some linos in
praise of tobacco In Spenser's "Fueric
Queen," and was especially applauded
when he cited the case of a man who
could not breathe and whose physician
"directed him to take tobacco In fume
and little by little he recovered his for
' tn"r strength."
There was rapt attention In the
House as Mr. Otey recited the chemii.il
analysis of tobacco, with humorous
comments on chloride of potassium,
mollc. acid, silica, and ligneous matter.
The peroration of 'the eulogy on tobac?
co fs worth quoting. "His patriotism,"
said Major Otey, referring to the sol?
dier, "expires only with his life: bis
soul is enraptured with enthusiasm;
his memory Is on the w-ing, and runs
back with lightning quickness to tho
battles fought and victories won: but
he will recall that the ration of tobacco
plucked from the mind a rooted sor
i row, razed out the written troubles of
I his brnln. and with this sweet, obllvi
ous antidote cleansed the bosom of
! perilous stuff that weighed upon the
A WOMAN FOR PRESIDENT.
Carrie Ciiapman Catt Makes a Predic?
tion at St. George's Hall.
If women make as much progress In
the twentieth century ns they did In the
j nineteenth century, America Is likely
I to have a woman for President before
I 2000, A. D., says Carrie Chapman Catt,
president of the National Woman Suf
j frage Association. She said so yester
I day In the first of the three addresses
she Is to give at the remnant sale
which the suffragists are holding in St.
George's Hall. Her second and third
speeches will bo made this morning
Mrs. Catt was asked whether any
woman now living was iltied.to be
President, she replied:
"No; hcTHfiolltical life is anly begin?
ning, and years oT experience In the
avenues that the next cvntury will
open are needed to equip ner for ser?
vice In the White House."
Tie- remnant sale has attracted much
attention, as articles from distinguish?
ed women are on exhibition. Among
these are a doll made by Mrs. McKin?
ley and an odd pair of monkey skin
slippers made in Japan and contribut?
ed by Mrs. John B. Foraker, c% Ohio.
A LACK OF KATTII.
Mono?Ah had mrih rahhlt's foot right
In mah pocket an? still she roftiHAd m*.
Pete? Poan be ra?h. nitreah! Does
yo' reckon yo' know* bolter what
am good fo' yo" d!in ilat rohblt'fl foot
?e Loves He-?
The dainty flower oracle may tell her
true or false, but some day the prince
will come and she'll dream the dear
dream of home life and motherhood. In
that dream she will see herself always
happy, always with a smile for the hus?
band nud a kiss for
the baby. What
a pity to wake from
such a dream,?to
almost loathe her
husband and hate
her child, because
cruel pain has
blighted her body
and warped her
mind. Ho .v many
a woman has hu<<
this sad awakening
from her dream:-,
of home and love !
There's help and
healing for every
woman who suffers
from womanly dis
wifely -neglect or
the strain of rna
}l l'iercc's Favorite
* j Prescription makes
J w e a k wo in e n
J strong nnd sick
y women well. It
heals diseases of
the delicate organs,
practically does away with the pains of
maternity and gives the nursing mother
vigor and vitality.
"Two years ago.' tvritcs Mrs. Ktittlo A Hiker,
of 7M I'nt t'tveet, Alliance, Ohio, "I useil two
bottles of 'Favorite Prescription" and in April .1
nice baby was born, before the doctor crime. I
not very sick. Dsby Is now lourteen
months old and weighs 30 pounds. Before
commencing Dr. Pierce'* Favorite Prescription
I had to vomit every day but after I g< t the
medicine, from the fir-t spoonful that 1 took. I
stopped vomiting It is a Uud-scwl for women.'
When a laxative is needed, use Dr
Picrcc's Pleasant Pellets with "Favorit?
is delightful if yo'.i are
seated in one of those
which can be found in
All Styles and Grades
at the well known manu
' facturers on Union Street,
A. WRENN & SONS
who invite you to cal 1 and
examine their immense stock
172 Gliurcli SI., Near Main.
SPECIAL SALE LEATHER GOODS.
Ladies' Pocket Hooks.
ton Ladles' Pockoi Books, nil col?
5<m Ladles' Pocket Rooks, real al?
iu> l^attlcn' rocket Books, starling
COO Misse?' 1' >ckct Be RS, real al
roo I .miles Pinger Purses."jc.
500 Ladles' ringer Purses, in w.\l
nu.l.-- ? ?_iillil_??<??'_LUllil
Men's Pocket Books.
Ladles' Sido Satchels.25c.
C?O Leather Can! Oiises.25c.
500 Leather Bill Rolls.2Sc
100 Leather Letter Cases.60o.
100 Leather Cigar Cases.50c.
100 Leather Toilets?Kitted.50c.
100 Writing Tablets.50c
100 C'Mlhor .Musto Rolls.50c
A VERY APPROPRIATE AND CSICFCL
PRESENT KOK YOUR litJSHAM),
HKOTllKlt OR SWEETHEART. WE
HAVE THEM IN PRICES RANQINQ
irROM Jl ZS TO $15.00.
WE ARE SELLING OUR TRUNKS AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES TO
MAKK ROOM FOR NEW COO US.
I NORFOLK TRUNK FACTORY,
j 1(2 Church St., near Main.
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