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.DTJRIUM RECORDER, DURHAM, N. C, RIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911 x
!!: page mvo 'If V ? 1 f - i M IMS OF II Isoaie of th farmers will lose g(X)l bit because of their inability o get helj to house their crop. :g Farmers' I'ulon to Meet t Wlls. Greensboro At a meeting of the I state council of the farmers', union here Thursday night, Wilson . ,wa chosen as the place for the next , an nual meeting of the union, which will be held December 13, 14 and !. A number of routine matters were con- I Ml Scetrh Beaaloa at Fair. others injured, W. F. Fleming, a negro, I Thomas is lu jaiL Glover, on the examined for the purpose of aacer- n8ttfWBIWHv' Convicted of Arson in Lee county inlnlgtu of the shooting, was watching taming if this is so. . v 2 .. -- . i . a a l ..til. w a n' ! i .. v. i - .. l .... .. j i : April 11UU, wa aauirua irnuicu .imiu w. a. u iskhj, uin nuiiiujrtM, aim pardon by Governor Kitchln. Fleming Wiggins' son, whoa all went to sleep. has a good prison record. At the time The white boy awoke to see Thomas of the catastrophe Fleming gave warn-1 pointing a shot guu at Glover and lug that saved several Iwe and then I cried out to h'm that the gun . was remained to help the Injured when he loaded. wherjuaon the gua went off, might easily have escaped. I mortally wounding Glover, "Man ami Religion Forward." IS Winston-Salem. A committee of, 100 will take charge! of the local; J movement in the world-wide "Man n THE ARM Raleigh A a interesting nanion Uidered. There was a large attend during the state fair wtSl be that of lance of members of the council, of the Scotch lads who have settled in North Carolina during the past live or alx years. By the courtesy of com pany B. of the Third regiment, th.v will be quartered la the drill-room of the company. Bcxead Over for Stealing. Raleigh. Walter Johnson, a ne gro, was bound over to court in thel,ontbe; o. HH1, son of J. O. Hill, five sum of $100 for breaking Into J months; Dr. D. W. Bagley, a patent freight car at the Southern depot and I medicine peddler, six month: Nat stealing 47 boxes of plug tobacco, Frankg colored, four months; Mary worth at least also. Tom Morns, aiBrtxton. colored, six months in Jail, which Dr. H. Q. Alexander, of Char lotte, is chairman. , -.- Blind Tigers Sent to Road. 1 Klnston Judge Justice Saturday sentenced the following to the county roads for selling liquor, most of whom have pleaded guilty: John O. Haw kins, nine months; J. O. Hill, nine if caught in town after expiration of ten days. l ands Beady For Highway. Winstou-Saleni has raked it quota white liveryman, waa arrested Fri day evening aa an accomplice. Fad V Half Plats of Beeze. Raleigh The police found a pack age containing about ij half plats of 1 0f $2,000 to be applied with High whiskey tn Moore's square Sunday I p0if, similar amount and $1,000 ad alght. The lot done up In such way as I agonal from property owners along to indicate that K was she paca oi a I ijne for me construction of a lint -walking blind titer." There was a I jn Davidson county to make a eplen Bits' cap close by that tt is expected lj tS-oiile highway from High Point will lead to the Identification of thet0 Winston-Slem. The road will be and Religion Forward" plan which has been recently Inaugurated. Mr James A. Gray, Jr., has been chosen Clayton Man Suicides, as chairman of the committee, with a Clayton. John H. Lancaster- of strong executive committee associated this nlace. committed, suicide by with him. The work v.111 devolve Mtmnnit'iit to Kevolntiouury Heroine, Salisbury With appropriate aud iiivttrAddiv roreniiniileti - a marble marker was unveiled in Salisbury shooting the back of his head off with mainly upon Ave committees whose Wednesday afternoon in honor of . .u.UAUAUAHAMAHANataaM uOJJOHhwm"mmt""-'"' V Jk. 5 a sbotaun. tie was a nara arinner cnairman are as ioiiowb: cvangei- and had been on a carousal for1 about Ism, Rev. J .K. Phol; boys' work, two weeks. Ho lived ID one of the Mr. George 8. Norfieet; missions, Mr. cotton mill settlements. Early In the George Maslin; Bible study, Mr. M. nicht he took his aun In band and D. Stockton; social service. Mr. Q ... r....i,M r.t it., am. I went out of his house, making the T. Stephensom Mr. William D. Jack- orir.n It-volution. Amone those tak- tnreat mat no mienaing Miimg xae uu . gceiarj io iu " .. . in th. ...aniiu cmei OI uouce, v. it,, juunauu, or 1WV. aiuuj UU BUHC I1IB a .t k m kuv I , 1 . . .1 1 1 1 . Dm. U .I'nAhlU nl I UlUIBTU l.UUW k III. IRIMUJ MW" .... m - .1. I . . ... . . . , . L W- i Tianytning lurmer aooux nnu ubui uuum w uuun uuum "i w Tuesday morning, wnen going, out niaae. , they found him dying at the back door with his head shot aa named. No motive la given as the reason for the act Elizabeth Maxwell Steele, of Revolu tionary war fame, and who resided In Salisbury in 1776. The ceremonies were held by the Elizabeth Maxwell nles were Mrs. W. Winston-Salem, state regent; P. Moore, of Salisbury, and Hon. Theo F. KlutU, speaker of the occa sion. The attendance waa large. tigr. Arsny Worm at Work. Mount Gilead. Reports are com lag ia from all sections that the ao- ralie4 army worms is playing havoc with cottoa. fields. Some fields and all recetable matter have been com- nletelT destroyed within the last few days. The majority of the cotton has bee picked. The crop will average front to (( 2-3 per cent. greatly traveled. It h expected, for the two towns are closely related id many ways and great good feeling exists between them. Peaaat fro Sert. Scotland Neck Much complaint is beard among the farthers that the pea atu crop will exceedingly short this yar. Some of them say their cr Is almost a failure, others that It wl'l be fully M pr cecr. abort, while a lea will have a fairly good yield. Peanut growing la this) section of tLe :aU is ae of the biggest industries, anl next to cotton a the main moay crop. Pa QUn I he fears la Pea Nw Bera Five years In the state's pnaoa at barJ labor was the sentence paased by Jad Carter Saturday in the rase agaiast Hugh Napoleoo Pace, of Wake county, tried and found guilty ta Cravea county superior court dur ing the -k. for the section of Miss H-nrie!:a Dougheny. of Lnoir coun ty, aa laaoceat and virtuous young Udy. aadr promiwe of marriage. Traia Raa late '. Charlotte Passenger train No. 53, jf the Southern railway, crashed Into a double wagon loaded with negroes at the intersection of South Tryon street and Park avenue, Thursday morning. Injuring six negroes and mangling the horse aud mule so se verely that the former had to be shot Willis Reld. the driver, a negro youth, received, iniirrie. which it is feared may result fatally. All of the in jured were placed in the Good Sa maritan hospital. For lieutenant Governor. Fayetteville. Hon. John G. Shsw. of this city, formerl yrepresentative in congress ? rm the sixth district and one of the leading memoirs of the North Carolina bar, today an nounced hia candidacy for the demo cratic nomination for the omce of lieutenant governor of North Caro lina. Mr. Shaw's friends here ar? enthusiastic over his csndidacy and declare their opinion that this section hss for some time been neglected In the democratic state conventions. Would Honor t'a'tarns "Black Boys.1 Concord An effort has been start ed here for the purpose of creating interest in and formulating plans for the erection of ThtiiHand Cases oa tiullford Docket Greensboro The Guilford county Large C alclen Farm In Catawba Hickory Mr. Raymond Abernethy, of this city, is perhaps the largest chicken raiser In this section. He has on his lot In town about four hundred birds as fine as are to be found any- .. I hap ...ot S(iiri1a' ftornnnrt In tha nf-I thorn He ha nit hla farm nar town a uiuuuuirui ,w we i ... , , . , , . i , - . . , . , . . nee oi me ciers ana nxea me caienaar i neany nve ounarpu aens, anu at memory oi me taoarrua di ouj. ir;-::;- ; ;. ;.:, . ,w. a a band of patriot, of this count, who " - .....j . n.i.uh tr.in n . September terra Judge Allen appointed for. .He expects to keep five thousand luirw m """ " -. I - j ... . 1 l. A -.111 .kl. ...... hih fnr It. darinsr and couraa? was commuite cumj.or ui uUniri..,r ...u ... .,,, aj intM I nail ana noyie Wl g'J over me aocaei i mus avoiding me iiuuiij oi nj HUl u..o-t - I . i;,l . K . I.... ...I.. ... kU IV., ... Manv of the descendant of tha fa-luu rci"ri luc "" 1 - - mo., men nowTve in thh, cor.n.y. U was found that about two-thlrd. of not absolutely fresh. Mr. Abernethy me cajea, or more, uu iuo utKnei, i hbi jubi rviui.ii?u num rv w which now contains about 1,000 dock-1 north, where he visited some of the eted causes, are appeals from magls-1 largest chicken farms lu the country tratea courts. A number ot these were I to atudy tha method of scientific placed on the calendar for the first chicken-raising. He wl'l devote bis week, and an attempt will be made to I full time to bis work and the prospects and the movement to perpetuate the memory of the brave heroes will no doubtmeet with universal favor in every section of the county. Thlrli Tin far Rnnrlarv. Winston-Salem In Davie superior I make some disposition of these at the are that Catawba will add to tier other c nrt Saturday ' Arthur Spencer, a negro nineteen years old waa convict ed ot burglary and sentenced to state's prison for a term of thirty years Spencer' entered the home ot Mr. S. M. Call, at Mocksville, at three o'clock on the morning ot June ath, through a screen door, went ta the room In whicb Mr. Call's faurteen year old daughter was sleeping. She was awakened and when She discovered-that oome one was in the room ahe began calling for her mother. Her screams frightened the negro away, but he was captured that day and locked up. He has been in jail since that time aw.U'.ing trial. Ohio Farmers Arrive. coming term. Saw Great Meteor Fall. New Bern A party of fishermen arriving In port from a point several miles down Neuse river related a Strang) story of good things the finest cblcken farm In the south. Engineer K socked In the Head. Spencer Mr. Baxter R. Sowers, one of the most popular engineers on the lug a falling me- Asheville division of the Southern teor. which, according to their account.! railway, was struck In the bead with welshed severil hundred pounds. The I a bar of Iron by an unknown man fishermen left at night and sailed I while crossing the railroad yards to down the river. Shortly after arriving his home In Spencer Tuesday night at the flsbinf cnuiids one ot them no. I and seriously Injured. It seems that ticd a luminous body In the sky, I M . Sowers was a victim of mistaken whicb seemed to be an unusually larje I identity, as the blow Is thought to itar. Within a tew moments they no-1 have been Intended for Special Of Beer ticed that It had grown la larger pro- A. F. Attaway, of the Southern. At an portions aid that a roaring noise couldj early hour In the night, aa unknown be beard. Whan the meteor finally I aarty c.el on the night ciera at tne I ... . -I F - . . . I . . . J - - , J k. 1 A ..11 Washington. At 5.30 o'clock Frl- struca tne waier a mica U.J "'" -jrcv... - 1 . .t . ... ... . l. l. ..Ml k.l J ,K. ..Ml representative party of Ohio farmers 'ouna ism me -a rf ,u. ..u " nil knmMMkxra arrived in this city I warm. Washington, Oct. 12. "An army without mole would bo Ilk an automobile without an engine," said Gen. Henry T. Allen of the general staff.' "All thia talk about the automo bile truck aupplantlng the army mule U InmmvroL "Mr. Mule Is onore powerful man ever." Old army officers speak of the army mule aa "Mr. Mule." uniesa no s m experienced; lien he Is a "shave tall' Twelve thousand mules are serv ing under the Stars and Stripes at the present time. During the pan- ish-Ameilcan war do.oub muies active service. Four mules, at tne armv standard of value, are worth laon. Therefore. Incle Mm nas i? 700.000 invested In mules There are twelve automobile trucka In the army and they are be- inr tested aeatnst the mule. Tbed odda are on the mule. Two troops of cavalry have Just left Fort Riley. Kan., for St. Joseph, Ml. and return, a hike Of 500 miles. One troop Is equipped with old style cavalry outfit. The other la fitted with new fangiea accoutre ments for men and beasts. Accom panying the troops are several au tomobile trucks, with muie-nrawn Iprage wagons, ambulances and park train. It la known from experience that the mule will be In at the finish, but there Is some doubt about the automobile. In time of war the automobile truck can be used, If there la any sort of road at ail, to carry supplies from the railroad or coast to the field depots. Country bridges are not built to carry two or three tona, and. therefore, the truck eould not be need extensitsly rlthout special ULE:i ship: A ahlWwi and hia Spanish. hb!m anill nringroIH)rto,,m time v I re eorraAm.i.al i at ChU trt tu 50,000 olw ad mules atal'oni ono ai p, killed on the firing -About this shave-talla were structloo campa iacent to tha SC dark night the dashed through the caaip, td ing and snorting and kicking, w lng the whole camp Into a. pan! The Spaniards In the early days their conquest brought the mule hei and he baa served under the Ameri can flag ever alnce the Revolution. Gen. Sherman as fcrMary ot War placed an old army nule on the re tired list' It came aoit In this way; The mule grew old. The commander of a Texaa post reorted to bead- quarters that be bad an old gray mule, too old for work, but not to consume a regular tatlon. From post to division and from division to tb departement the atory of the gray mule went, and Gen. Sherman heard of U. From the description be recognised the mule aa an old friend of tho civil aar. Thereupon be Issued the following order: "As a result of thirty ysrs of faithful service Mr. Gray Mle Is relieved of all further duty. He win to "n talned In Texas, at his post, with the. usual d ally e)!owa:.i r lodder." In the early dia of the occupa tion of the Pbltipitinis transport started with a loati f horses and mules arroea tbe Pacific. Aa a result of typbotfha and burrlcana four of the mule were landed, and three of those died after going aohore. The surviving mule bctame a mascot. He was exejnpt from ail rules. There would have been mutiny had any officer tried to force the mascot lm service. He died wveii years after- Pace Takes IppeaL v Bra Thi-wogh b attorneys. Hagh Nspoon Pace, tbe Wake coun ir aua who was sentenced to a term U years ia the state penitentiary Saturday for exiting Miss Henrietta I ,1,, tni ghowg . titr Attractive Bulletin. -Ptieigh. One of the handsomest bulletins yet issued by the North Carolina department of agriculture is just from the printers, and ia called. "North Carolina, a Land of Oppor tunity." The cover design ta In of tbe on a prospecting tour. And while In this city the visitors were guests of the chamber of commerce. A royal welcome was extended by the citi zens and a large number ot repre sentative fanners from this and ad joining counties in the chamber of commerce rooms, and welcoming talks were made by Congressman John H. Small and others. Every- vaa-r-j. amir. pi"'" " . iD.(.;.. nin. and fruit and corn has take a appeal to tbe supreme I ,.rom-jnl , tBe trucking and farming rooTL The appc-al nood was fixed at I.,.-. Th. noo-i,,. contains a llia. I P to rte present time raci,triejy of information that la not only Interesting to North Carolinians. but to outsiders aa well. It will be widely distributed throughout the northwest. baa not ba able to get this bond. I'raed to HoM . . Raleiab. At a meeting of tbe Wake Cooaty Farmers' I'nion yester day tbe farmers f this county were again arged to bold their cotton and tkelr cotton aeed. also, for bigbet pr, IS recta being the price on whicb l bey are nrged to insist. Tbey are assared that tbe banks here abouts are la pot it ion and pledged to extend full support to this eflrt by tbe farmers. TaiUr Lave fbewf 9o Besserv. RS.g Tsjly Lave, convkted In Kaywooa OttB'y OI aaaraer 'u ium arm d'sre and oeBteKd to be electro- rated November 24, freely talka about km rr.w sad ks appareatly not auf tertBg from aay remorse. He ears h is wilUag to pay tb penalty of bis rrtoje otwoting Into a bouse sod kill ing another snaa. "Mm liquor and aseaa wonea" are aa tbe caiase ot bla dowafalL fkrmmM (Hrrasaa Leaves fur Panaaaa. aliabsry. For tbe purpose of Haiag a senatorial committee ia New fork, Senator Lee 8. Overman eat to that rlty Tuesday and will. FeaM Dead o RailrMd Track. Sanford Oscar Wicker, a whitj man about 40 year old, was found itS bfide the tAlantic Coast Line railroad tracks near the court house Tuesday morning, supposed to have been drunk and sat down on the end of tbe tin and was struck by the Atiantlc Coast Line passenger train from Wilmington, due here at 11:10 p. m. Hia back and neck were broken Wk ker bad .been to Downie Wheel er's how, which gave a night per- formaf. and was known to have sen drinking heavily. skt.a ilAa Ia mriIav iuins ixwik.o r""" .. ih. Im of ir mull their visit Pleasant while in the eity.i m- Columblrt ,wore ,h.t It wti there waa a load waiting for him. As Mr. Sowers somewhat resembles Mr. Three Brothers Charged With wsrder I juuway in appearance. It ia thought Snow Hill. Sheriff warren natith,t Wlg nH,uken for the officer brought In from Whltevllle Ju1Iiiku n0 t tempt at robbery was made. Rowe. the brother or war ana tv i t ta (bought that the assailant Is one lumbus Rowe, who are charged wlthor more of tne hoboes who have re- the killing ot John Berry in tn;-ntlr h -n relented from the chain- Head township tne latter part.oi Au-.jt,nlL B,nn Wn arrested by Officer gust. " It will be recalled that 'he Ataway tor beaung rldea on freight coroner s jury cnargea uscsr I train. jr'.th the killing or tierry ana ne ws preparation. As a transport, Mr. .ward from sheer Iri.tenec and tat Mule la strong. In field work, in carrying supplies to regiments over broken or mountainous country, be has no superior. He climbs like a gost and can live' on aa little aa a raiorback bog. Tbe mule eaa nego tiate country that an automobile can not approach. There are twelve batteries of mountain artillery and Mr. Mule la the backbone of these batteries. He Pecaliar Railroad Wreck. was I Spencer Conductor Hubert A. rrr .. . t . . . V - ...1 . k. -. a L.. I .... t-. tit.t. It.k. Irufnaa. IJUHUB woo Ofu i5 laiai iuot .iiuii.i oiK-nwr, o ir-ij iujui-, DlAik fk,. .u. , .tatsiwoo lieu imnirjiswi7 ancr kuv iiianaina, m Hnrvj uit-iu.ii, mmm vmw ," '-w , ,, ' v i.. I mission of the crime. Evidence wasl fully bruised and a number of ear U. UIV. JU .,uim . .1 iliu. wircit m t . .i . r , . , . , .. I , ,, , .n n.rn... j.ri.. th. 1. 1 oevciopea at me i. -a mut-rv i maij amasuea up m a nruiiar m r V"-t"--""- ' " r ' - I t k. . .k. .. A .... I .. n.jm . B. i.l. .Ml. a..... .k... k ,k --,.,.., iu.lllui t- I in . anna i u i , iuh .uw w.i .iii-- ai iviiqtj, u-ar i-i.,iif, duhm. " I., k - .... J . fW., r.lumkiia mnit I 1 . .k.k....-..i , . k I . I m j l . .l .ArnAr.fikfli pnmnilulAll I IU uv IWUCTJ IV'I kun.i, vuiuuivu. 1 JIUTUIIIK. n iiui I um,uiiu , i - . f, ... " ' " . v ....... .. I , lf I. 1 .. I, . W . .Ill I ... . ( . f ... ..-., V - I The total resources of all llks con I-unus now, nnimt an mi l wns iwo wraniimn aiiacaru irnitArt hT th. .tat. .. ..f rUnt.-.mhoT I tne muroer. All turee oroinera are toppe at Kuaa lor oraera. t pon t er. S2 9H5 ii' 67 acalmit tit -l"OW ia jail ana win vm unu tut mt i receiving ine oraera tue train jirure tarries tbe guna, thti soldiers, sub sistence forman and beast and am munition. President Taft rode a gray mule from Manila to Oaglo when be was Governor-General of the Islands. Re turning to Manila, be cabled Secre tary of War Root' that the work4 of mad bollding was progressing splen didly. Mr. Root wired berk; "Pit'Aa report on condition of the mole". v The first life lost ia the war with Spain waa that of an army mule. When the cruiser New York steamed Into Matantaa harbor and shelled the Spanish, garrison thla mule came down to the abort line and hecbaoed hia contempt for the American war- i . . . ... 14.551.31 November 10. 1!0. The muroer m ueceraoer. Increase, therefore, amounts to $, 44.74.04. Of the Individual item of Increase loans and discounts are F!ght ea Tradiag Mamps. V-'lnston-Salem Great interest at- of course greatest, tbi.ltem showing lch t0 rtton of ke board of t e09 R11. Tha inrraaa. In tian k. I aiaerrarn m nimwin n,i '' Ing houses, furniture ad fixtures ln P,I,"I ,M ordinances forbidding hpft, while rnnning at a rapid rate d in the usual manner, when at Ben sja, tbe next station norb of Rudd. a message was received stating that tbe rear of the train bad been left at Rudd. .The crew at once started back to pick up the cars which bad been the operation of trading stamp com- panic here and imposing a fin of 12; for each offense for each day or part of a day. or Imprisonment for thirty days. One large department tore uses the trading stamp and this system was but recently Installed. the trala ran Into still another sec tion of tb same train standing on tbe main line between tbe two stations and In tbe collision one of tbe engines was badly damaged, several bog cars torn np, one of which crashed scrota) the tender of the rear loromttlve Aattrville Hardware Kims rail. vlile. Juiire H. P. Lane has t J. E. Rankin receiver of tbe Asbeviiie Hardware Company ipon tbe application of tbe National fMate and City Bank, of Richmond, a. creditor, and W. R, Kllerson, of Richmond, stockholder. The lia bilities of the company. It Is under stood, are about ISO.uoo, and the as gs will cover the liabilities. Tbe iL.turit. ... r,r Panama. Tht I p 'mivim u.u. um vi tuw lam' "' ect of the visit is to lr.sp th "editors, th, .urn due the bsnk be- rsbama canal In accordance with in upon the entry into the firm of new I patching the conductor by the foot ownership. Tne firm announce tnat I bic h waa severely mashed. it will continue to give away trading stamp and will teat the ordinances! - Water rawer. ing about $22.i0. atrtftioa from tb last congress Sraa'or Overman, wb will be away lor a anoatb, waa accompanied by Mra. Overn aa and bie private secre tary. Joba V. Brown, of Salisbury. 0 (aacord Ml BaaaHf Fall Time. Concord The Buffalo mill, a branch of tbe Locke cotton tnlila, re sumed operation Monday after being idle for twu month. The pin ning rwn will be In cbarga of Mr. J. 8. Stroud and Mr. 8. Z. Mullta will bare charge of the carding. Tbe mill MitSMiaaestt for 4 mbe-rtaad liicnera. rayetteville. Tbe Liberty Polrt MnB u meet Aasoriation. counosed of patriot tr women of this city, has l be aader the general uiervlsl'o adonted deatens for a monument to M ' A- FowW, superintendent ot U ererted to tb sianers of the Lib- V he Iekt mll!s. A large nun.b r of erty Point artkle of Independence. fanilli- are maring into the city on whirl will b placed at the spot I account of the mill resuming work( ber the dauntless citizens otl which to a source of great eticourage- Fayetteviil, on June 20th, 1775. took I tueot here. Every mill In the city hJ tbfs bold step, tb spot since knomal io running on full time and several as "Liberty Point," tbe obiiqu Inter-1 af them at night. section of Bow and Person street. tlfly-tlM Illicit BMIIIeries Hrltr Bariasr fteplemlier. Asheville Tbe report of Revenue Agent Jianta for tbe month of Septem ber Shows that ot illicit distlllerie renfederste Teteraa XlaUter Bead Wilwingtoa Rev, Levi Brown, eon f-derste veteraa and Baptist minister, died st hi borne :n this city Friday morning, following a long period of I have been eizd In tbla district dur- falling health. Tbe deceased was "01 ing that time, and in conn-ctlon with veara of aa. and 1 survived by a wife. I the eveidence has bn secured three, son and two daughter. Helnhlch Justify tht recommendation of fought valiantly through the civil war 111 prosecution. Of lb dletillerie. and noon Its concluakin entered thel were aeizd In Virginia ana J in Baptist ministry, ependlng forty years I Xorth Carolina, only one being re la tb service of tbe gospel. I Parted from Tennessee. Two wsgnu . . land team were also a!zd. One of faaaet 4X rott Pklera, Irraqkltn county, Vo. He also seised cotlnd Neck It 1 lesrned that a l0; gallons of contrsband wblakey and geoiWiaa, waowe farm is awwi a nneiArrrattk4 tB, 4, fmiB I,. a a had at least 40 acre In I emtoa bad not been touc bed. It seen Segr Parfeaed far Herele ( lart ntterly ImuoaarbU to aecur eun Raleigh A tbe rult of bis brolc picker at any price, nome farmers sctlon during and after the colls( of offering aa high as 10 cent pf 100 tbe builv In tb mountains near the and caouot get hand at that. Cottoa I Tennessee line, wnn several win thia section I vlct working on tbe Transcontinental ti... Jt.r h.f.rf. and It la feared that I railroad were killed and aeteral amounted to 1247,741.22. . Cave IralM. Hastkcr ratprailed. Adheville While Judge Hnry p. Lane, of the superior court, was con sidering th motion made on Monday 0 dlsfniaa the 120.000 damage uit of Charle WMerrell against tbe South ern runway company, counsel in ta case compromised the suit, agreeing to give the plaintiff fl.ooo a dam ag for Injuries received whiie In the I as passed by carrying ta issue to tbe I While th bydo-ekctrlc source of employ of tht Southern on May 11,1 Supreme court Another ordinance I power is still In the beginning of its 1308. The plaintiff alleged that he passed Impose tax of t'00 npoa development such I the number of waa employed a brakeman and while trading stamp companies. Tbe shop- natural ite available that no ralcn- walklng near tbe track at Statesville, ping public asalt th verdict with tatlon ran be accurately made aa to fainted and felt, hi leg falling across Inter wt, sine the matter la being the extent to which It will be Install- the track. H fell jmt as a backing thoroughly aird la tbe local newapa- ed throughout the t'nlted State for freight train wa approaching him. aa per. Industrie. Illumination and other a rult of which be lost bi left leg, I 111 I purpose. We have fairly accurate I fatal Flglit at Negro rbnrrh. l.nowMca of tbe orlnclole wafer Iged Waataa ae Twn. Washington. Newe bss rerbH ,ftra through tb Investigation Co Idstwro Tbe tatement waa glv- tbiat city of the murder of Alex liar- of ,B K.nUxical aurvey nd hydro en out Friday that Sir. Lucy O'Brien, per, negro. last Sunday night -nea- r,Phic ex peris. It baa been eatlmat an aged woman who resldea In Golds- th township of South Creek, about j,y pf q fnwln that th total nurd, naa enrerea sun sgainst in iowni n miles from tni cny. 11 ierai I nvnlUbfe water power In the t'nlted tf Mount Oliv for the sum of $20,-that In that Harper waa the aexton L,,,,, ln ,han 30.0ou.fK horse. W-. Mrs. O-firir-n slleg that She! of S negro church In tbst Vicinity L-wer. and that this can he Inrreataed received permanent Injuries aeveralland that about 7.30 o'clock another ta -00.oooo horsepower by storage months ago from a fall, caused by I negro, Thomas Barnes, and h!a wif ,,01,,' It I estimated that tbe tumbling over a atump near the edge I were th first to arrive at tbe cburcn; (,i-.,.n,. i- rn.i nr atMm nnar and of tbe sidewalk. In tba southern endlsnotber negro woman, Josephlppl wttr pof fin pT horsepower of th town. Mrs. O'Brien was re.ld-1 Tales, soon followed and procecied t tb, ,!,, Tb, thi 11B at in; uvmv vi at r. , i. iiiinir af tui una: turn , nuit a u-ii the time and wa engaged In making! rival of Harper. Harper nearlng the bankets for the Mount Olive Manu facturing Company. Additloaal lafirmary for Stale Taker. ealls Hsplial af Mntre manufacturing region of tbe outh .n .tat.. .lnn.l arhleh aee ttnlianitirltft bell aoon nut ln hia aunearanc and . ...... a . .1 " . . . . ion lBin lirairaw wnrr n,wf-i. oerame very murn enr.et. w ... r. 30.000.(WO per year alone The development of th Water power at Niagara Indicate tbe pol blllile of ' the manufacture of elec tricity. The power Niagara might woman for he act: Berne took a hard In the rum and In a few tnln ntea there wa a general mlvnp. f Greensboro Dr J. B. Brooks, sup-1 tiarn. It la said, knocked Harper erfnlenitent eA the afaf. tiA.nlfal .t I a a .i..i..j . . . .1 .. u - - 'iiiwn ana 111 inn-n nun rm, ...... 1. ...i-,.,..! k- p,Aruit Montrose for the treatment of tuber- making bla ecap Immedl.tely after- ff''" U. T?I' Z cul.la waa In the city Saturday, and and at last report, waa still there reports that tbe executive board ofhe lt j.rL,. "" th?r"J? "'" ' Institution In High Point awarded the ' - I " JAMM knrafMWr aval - contract for the erection of an ad II tlonal Inftrmsry building at Uontro. The new building will have a capacity of fifty and will greatly augment the Institution ln It work of caring for the nnfortiinat of tb taJ. Vt. Brooks says 4 here sre r.ow thirty pa Urn's at Montrose, all that can be cared for In tbe present crowded quar ters. Die Frm WsaadiTlteerlved While ftssrdlag Wafermelca Patch. Fayetteville George Glove, a e. gro youth, who was shot on the night of September II, by Wilson Tbomas, another n-gro. whil watching for watermelon thieve In the fir-Id of bis employer near tht city, died In Hlgh smitb hospital ber Friday morning able on the upper MIslMlppl, while th southern Appalachian region ran furnhtb a minimum of 3,000,000 horse- Pi lend Have Mn Arretted. Asheville. P. II. Roberta wa hmiotif liera Tiinutav frnm Marahall on a bench warrant Issued by Jndgeo"er-arsier'gMagalne, Lan Monday on rbarge of emnct illng from an Insurance company, which la altered to bav oecnrred aev- eral months ago, Robert! la th man who waa arrested at Marshall last week on th charge of swindling aotn man In Kansas and It I aald Preparing for tlte Future Th boy bethought himself of great many remarkable things whicb were taking place an about mm And right shrewdly. Tor the," qnofh he, with wis dom beyond bis years, "are what one lb Kaf.as official were . Intending LH be prepared fondly to recall to get reqmamon papers tor mm. , nii M." Pluck. TBer was rnart against KOitcns here, however, and It wsa really bis Ver ltful. friends who bsd th warrant leaped She Waa It a resffu! ptr oul for him to prevent bis being taken to at lhat country boarding bouse? Kan. Tb friend of Robert He Ye; In lb parlor wa a aign think b I mentally nblned and "Tbla piano I closed for repalia. It I likely that they will bar blm I Boston Tranacnpt, I Aa army mule stir:n a riot once la 1S7S a regiment of ravalry and three of Infantry were aent from Ft. Louis to tb Yellotston country oa a aurvey. Tb band of th Seven teenth waa notorloi s'y bad. On day th battery to v. tilth th mu'.e be longed stopped In (rent of the Seven teenth and tbe mule lined bla bead, looked at tb ban I c f th Seven teenth and brayed loudly la tb very face of tb bandnrrtrr. An Irisk artilleryman, point rr at lb band leader, ahowted. "tf I toutd finger th heehaw I could brat tb who! damned band playing. Th musicians, insulted, started for th Irish roan, but and th mole. It I aald lb on nalng his fists and th other his heels, routed th hand. , f, , b mute' army du'le are aunt erona aad exacting fie Is pak animal, h toll in tbe trirw of the supply wagona. he ra-.s with the field ambulance, h ta used for saddle-purpose ta B'arta)nous coua try. II reach th- height of effi ciency when detal'ed to a monetala battery, for b niands firm nnder fire. BIO UBflH Hl!4 GREAT ZOO. Baraara a"d Bailey Xraagerie Tea. taic the Oaty Jlaierleak Bora t-iraffe. Tb expert ot maintaining a great collection of wild animals rearbe an amount of money far lnezcea of wbat most people imagine. The dif ficulty of properly caring for the animal la solved only after year of experience. There la no feature of a big clrcu that represent such a tre mendous outlay of money or Involve the only double-ho: s'd thJnwero la captivity. A rifle lur would flatten against bis thick skin. Ti.fr ar thir ty Siberian camels, l iny Indian and A fries a elephants aad several beauti ful tebra from the b:e.dmg tr if King Menelik of Abyrsinia. India end a herd of xtrcJ cattle and magnificent lions. Iters and leopards rrorn Thibet baa ruin tarn fin (per linens ot the yak family, both black nd whit. There ate liana, scbus, nylghaus. Ibese. gars, zebus. lak vaarks, porruplne. Ui I-. ant-ea'rs, jostrtrhe. rlne, ksr.giroi. hyeaaa. a ar.l.r fk.k nt IfM. That part of the llarnum and Bal-1 horned borw, rbl ntanea. orang ley Clrcu which la contained within ! 'ang. wat-r Inffjla. cartboiai. .h four walls of th animal lent U I alkn, per ir e, wart hoes valued at more than ll.0on.ooo. TbeSn varMlew of the deer, moakr. first cost of sending bunting exnedl tlons Into the jungle of Africa. Asia and South America t small compared with that which folio when tbe an imal a aeurd. Men must be em ployed who have studied their ways and habit Kara apeclmea muat be scientifically cared for. Fond tbst will nourish one creature will kill another. Giraffe are tbe hardt to car for. beat and rat trin-w. A Interesting d-f "imeat In tb nienagrie I occ.iplel tv the atilmsl babks of the soon. It I filled Bi'k liny yoongater at fbe palyful ag The children flnd great amuaement I watching them. HovMtr the t!. MaHa. "Honor tb old t;.vld, for they ar worth more In p, sb, ability, and (t la necessary to feed them now and jarertr than tbe myeodd!r thy then on a peculiar mo, nhlch trows ! rplarlng right and left every on a tree found In the forest belt that oir" "g the Afrirsn equator lln. It is! H,,'n ih annutinrcment nale sniiipetJ to the circus la bale. 01 raffis ar fast dbtappearlng fro.n the face of the earth. la a very short time they will be extinct No amount of money could buy tbe four fine apee. Imerm with this show. In tbe family at to be found th Lillnt glraff ever captured. From It front boofs tl If ears It mesaur twenty-two feet. It cost'ihe management IU.ochi, yrt lo value It I not a elrcumntant to the long-necked yonngater at fta aide, named Bumbeeno, and only on year old. Bumbeeno was born in February of last year in th winter quarter of tbe "" ' iiriogeport, Conn. It rs the ecmid tlm In history that the Stork of Glraffe-land ever tklled a zoo of animal. Over fifty y., , Un. don, F-ngland. a lniilar event occur red, but the baby llv.d but a day. Scleittian had for a century maintain ed that giraffes Would not bre -d In eaptlvlly. Fortim. wm ,lt,n, gf,rf that by aclentific animal breeder lo Induce a repetition of thl exception of Nature's rul... It w l ,. tt,,,. ago atteropta of the kind Went aban. doned. Bumbeeno came a a aurprls. He was found early one morning by the keeper. They scarcely believed their worth bi weight in gold. "" "aiiey too kt a blppopcria. mua weighing five m,.,. h ?. big Perc herons lo pull lis den w . sraoolh pavement. Hers, ,i, ta ,QUu4 'a few daya ago by an oftsanlrer of the movement to aid Sj.fnstcrs, Cm-' lhat tlm mor than fl letter of appreciation bar retched him. One of ih latest leturs, from Chicago, resds: "I read lb announ-rment thai a maa Is championing Ih raus of the 'old maid'. I am glad ta are that a business man I taking this stand and felling whoever can and will read that lb wnman bo I forced tt ern her living, or I d-lr It throitk rhoir. hss tb push, ability, rhsracter necary lo lrr her Independent and hait life. l'ho"' waiting for aom tMill.Hlty marry her." Th man who af"' that letter I gnttcmtn la t place, and w dofT our hat to aim In reverenrt and reitpcl, New Or leans Pleayun. !tt Sure. "S hnr, Rsaiim." (aid the nw ar rival at th hotel, "do wi mc an to ma that tht egg la frHr "It wa when bit wai laid, kuh," re plied Ih waiter. "And when waa lhat, prsyr i" mandd Ih guest. "Ah dunno, bos," replied R" "III yr I mab first " ' yr hol-'l, anh." Hsrpe ' Wc-ki. ' Th 4'ctrreri Wat. "Mother, In sending out my M' lay Invifailon. shall I aay '1nnr preaenr Is requested?" "(tf four not, my dear; T" should aay: Your present ar quested. l'bllsdelpbla Ldr.