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Iir'Hhe Philippines. Babies Smoke at earl f '.WiUkDirieJra2fslO?"l::- Wot a-Sms.. V 4 Rulls;Tn:;Ga!e: Loi Itcms of ' Interest front &.S ; r,.; :.'or'ufc-:-:;vv;:- i" -parts mMlh : si, j: ,;n, .r;., odt'n' '-' -v?;-.? ,v -outrml ;vt Y. vtJ n :..' c. t '3 1o f; i ri tr Are Approved1 lit th: 'GoVOTflirt Qne .Concess-ofii; tTranvecl ; -on Trolley' Extensions;' r 1.) Albany,' N.' Y. Tli e erritt PubA Utilities bill passed , tlio . 'Assembly, eveiT one of the 140 members pres ent voting for it. Thirteen amend mentsTvere offered to the measure 'by tbe Independence : Lea te-anrt Demo- cratic ; mimbe'rr - They ' V ere; all feated! by'a' party otc' and the' bill put through 1 in tlie 'forid' aSpvoved 'pi the Governor.', ;.vf V.l , Most J of the"' amendments'' 'offered were ' drawn. , by: Attorney-G eneral Jackson ,' and ! embodied the: principles of the Independence ' league : Public Utilities bill introduced by Assembly man Foley. The bill now goes to the Senate. , s Thfi first amendmentrtiaUins fcfor the election of the Commissioners by a vote of the neople, was onerea oy Assemhlvman Robert Wagner. In support of .his amendment 'Mrs: Wag- tvio rvrinoinlp. of centralization of J. J M. AU. w nnTP.r and aovernment by 'the com missions is in 'direct' contradiction of the theories "of "our republican form rf 2-ovGrnment." Assembly man "A. : E; Sinith offered an amendment ' calling s for ther ap pointinent of the New York City Com rl Happenings of More ;or I23-Inrrv f Lookout -Mcuntam " Citrs's r Iii- gtant Deitli of Tiireer'Men; and In tvJY of:IT? Otters, :'TwoTp "vVhoni ton Harkeu. .1 .'J.I'f'Hj i U ' Invitations i lmve! b(fl ' sent' oit !6' ' " Chattanooga, TennSpsciai-Tljree the;commenoement pf; Trinity jCpllect; metf were killedCoutrigtttwo . 'so'. I Following.' is the;programtKot -io'y Merely injured..that 4hQy; wiirdie and Sundays' June 2,' 1:30 pva'cea three others badif -injured in.addition laureate 'Address,' President0 John C. to . the crashing - jaf a ' freight v engine in.,' Bacea A v -.- . . .llixLZsz-l-'WV&sasw. June x a ana,; jlx cars:-,xarc jga uixu&v i, - i t, i-rA n a "1, - v , . 5! . r - , v I laiXreate sermon, Rev.'-? .Donald-cjag Chattanooga crek; thedestruction of viarkav D: :D:Lr New TTbrk Cityl'7" three residences and!' a pile driver Tuesday Juhe:'4'i:p."l'..lii. 'AlunjttV nearby, as the result of a-premature I Address. Jerome: juowa,(lV vnariaur explosion of a blaiPaf th foot'ofV ---mU . ' ".r." T v . x v i. cJi - Tuesday. June 4, 8:30. m Qradu-. Lookout .mQuntain-bn. 4heteyensoii - jn... .i(,,i; . v i u v w if A .4 aung Orations. ( - ' ; extension. . . Wednesday, June : 5, 10 '.in-,': The. dead. are : . . .7,'1 Commencement Address, , Associate' Commencement Address,! 'Associate w - n i i - a-. A a w - K-r vniimT . i n w n i r i j i T, vv Hi ; uyder, nreman otpue. driver vuc vu .f f .""r 1-: monopoly 'that- the hatltes for Nashville; Chattanooga bt., v. c:v.f ,., r; ' ' ' j to! pok .froVtheagents' oi : luouis rjuirpw..,, it., M., v Mi.., i f . - ernment,v These omciais Clint- .Shaefer, ..engineer, of , ;pile, , L !. ' : Crushed by; a. Tfcei ; r xq,; it "seems ;vthey oppressed prev ing plant -without .tfce-consen-i-- commission, were stricken out by amendments . which Assemblyman Stern!lsought t6''have' adopted. - -AciWrniiivman Kellel sought to amerid the bill to make the AUorney Genefal the counsel of the .commis sion. 7. Assemblyman Glynn, of Monroe, offered an amendment preventing the proposed commissions from interfer ing in any way with railroad em ployes during the time of labor troubles.-; - . . Assemblyman, Stratton, of Chenan go, offered an amendment which pro hibits any holding company from ac quiring stock in a public service cor poration. Mr. Karowitz also offered an amendment against the' formation of mergers. n amenament io .relieve xew J. Fitzgeraldl negro fireman, SQuth- ern Railway. ''''' l ' 1 ''';'! The . injured are ; ;. Samuel .. Mahon, engineer Southern Railway, t , bruised about Jthe head Chris -George, i Greek .labore skull fractured, other-injur-, ies ; C'iirU Costa, Greek , laborer, skili, badly ff rhbtuied ; :Peri JqhnmjuTd? about; head and body; Styles John, -jus t - a si fcrf reightrtiraiir" wasgbiiig ..... . n on the brioge. Uther pieces oi rocK lmrleil JVr 400yard crsjihedi through the tilot of. the pile driver, of the Nashville,; ittanobga cc St! Louis R ailroa d, which was . at work driving piles inxChattanooga creek for, a new viaduct, killing Engineer ' Shafer and Fireman Hyder instantly. b Other pieces ! of rock: hurled 500-land 600 yards struck residences f on , the side of Lookout mountain ' ' crashing through the roof's and floors Nof the buildings. ... Three Greeks who were working on the new line some distance from the-blast -were struek-by- the-flying pieces of rock. Two of them are rtt senOifis eonajtlonT, :Waynesyillel-SpeciaL4:At'. rQum lantown, ' seven "miles 'sonthL of ,rWay- nesville,.vJb leid, jviattnews, ., a -xweivc-. year-old ' lad, was 'sent by his mother: to a: neighbor to' borrow ; asmodthing. iron. He had to go by .where ; - srae men were cutting timber. .' As he' got xear to them they called to him to z Hamilton WrighU to :an article writ : says i of ,:the . great . Cagayan V alley about to ba opened tip by an American . railwayr'v1 y n & ni z'-;-.v.',i .h.tzi d'astryii and ttobaqqo - smoking., appar ently the" chief " amusement f the peo. pl'! EyeTyb6'd'r.!smokes3n!:the Ca'ga- y an Valler-tmerO , wonien jand 'chndren, from two"ahd-a'half years up tO tho i gr"ave. VTHe4; wbmep ismoke; huge " cig-, in lenigith'ahd t ns ; ; big around : as i a jean's 'tsijftgir, ''thl 'size is called tobacco. .graudev ; "gpme . ;of i the cigars ' are so : huge;, that they ; can not,' b: cprivehlenU they; are suspended jby- 'stringlujitnaV.dtJle from! the ceiling- of : the-dveiling room.. ' These ; 'e"xtra6rdtmarily;T:erge 'cigars are' calie;'baosrdei;fa famiiy: cigars, and.'hre:pufl'd byi mem-, bers of. the family," mostly : the women and children at teryals for ;a cou ple of day s, until "they are all . smoked tip'. .' The-tobacco' grande' lasts a-ma- jtrua: qr ,flu$ .vagayan. vaaiey . xruiu a day and a half,.' to two : days.; ' 'i v "' For a hundred and" one- years, from 1781! untiVj;i88Vtpbacco raising in tne islands was a monopoly 01 ,uio Spanish ' government ?;It . was during learned the gov- were. a oau the peo ple terribly,.. Though the Spanish had taught the natives . to smoke, it cost Pi i f. ' 1 !nt::' 01 n" .1:" 'r m 7 n v 1 A t n- the native a .big .fine sometimes to do xan directly- in the . path: of the . tree, ;which ' fell on himj crushing his life out instantly.. r'-'. ! V catca. ) i .i. the ; hosrjital ihta Tnvir r.itv from the burden of -main-1- Tbe blast-Was set -off it is sald,-by taining the upstate commission was J.l'crd,-powder man, employed by oEered by Assemblyman J. A. Foley thji Contractors. He had only been Assemblyman Bohan offered an emr.ic.yed'for'a short time by the corn amendment prohibiting a,, railroad ritv t;. rto X Jl At a late hour he could not be lo- a railroad. ; ' . ; : 1 ; : ; ' ; Assemblyman Dobbs spokein favot of court review and offered ?.n amendment to that, end.- ' .'- ' The only Republican who attacked the bill in the debate was Assembly man Prentice. He opposed the con trol of the cqrporationsiby the com missions. '..'I.,,, .Z-' -A vote ranging from fifty-one to firty-four yeas and ninety-eight nays was recorded against each of j: the Democratic caucus amendments,, and has such a' remarkable record for the diversity and abundance. ( of V its pr ducts as rthei wonderful iiuagay an. t-n the overflowed lands ; of the Cagayan River they raise one-crop -of corn and ohe crop of tobacco on :thi';same land one year, and they have "been do ing this for more than 150 years. In two years they can raise two crops o,f : tobacco : and . three crops of : corn. i Thev make staple products of ,corn and cotton, rice and sugar cane. . The A Serious Cutting Afiray at Concord, sugar cane is of rthe ; very, finest. They -. : i . . ' ' 1 Tb53 nomrvtoi! Trish nntat.OGS. onions J O A ranmic . nuT. I j, vmwv." i . w. , v.oncora, ..opecwi ,wj,: . -nnfL in et1orTOmis Quantities. ting affray took place at .a Hate hoar kd they'.. produce cocoanuts, guava i naay axiernoon. iu. , iuc iuyu 1 ana copra ,iur, .loiuisu wiui- Strange to say, tney raise orangea m One JohnvTroutman,". and: one m ujr - - W fl7ta w v v.. ' ' - t. I orange as large asi mans two nsts Hudson, ,two: white; men, became en- nich.rthbuch ereen when gaged in a quarrrf,' olid when the two fuljy fipe na a ' delicious flavor and men came together Jiuason wmppu, iB not acia, as in tne case -wim oumc oiit a knife and used it pretty freely I or the Philippine -oranges. :.. Cotton on Troutman's anatomy. : 1 he ; man 1 grows wild." It Is , not indigenous vto -was stabbed in the side and his face the .valley, but, took, to the. soil when was lacerated in several -places; dis-M transplanted; and now people regara figuring the . young man for 'lite. J if almost as a sort, of pest tnat musi Hudson! is held at the police station I ie burned but. Almost1 every strang- under a bond of. $200. , .': ... . ., . .. er who comes up tne cagayan. nsena it. to,the Mississippi River.- ' . -a A fullv eqrjipped, modern printine office, witH 'sf ' fast 2 cylinder ; , and four job'presses, driven by a powerful - electric::motor.'':'c ' ' 1 . ; ' . ';'':''Z A! complete iirie , of stock. alvvays i on hand, and work delivered ' when n Our; work r is guaranteed in every particular, and ; money refunded i : ..ybuJare not satisfied ' ; ',..,. than what you have probably been paying for inferior work. " vWe ask an opportunity to submit samples and prices, knowing we can meet your every requirement. r" JJO'.' r r . . l! He Hustler . card to a. catalog , Shop rt, - J'm; - - LnrfVln m "T'l 1.-- . . ..1 Fr.'Nt. I . .:, "God Save tha. Czars...v -',-- v-;:-' ',- - i-f St. Petersburg, By Cable. A tele gram of congratulation on thefnis tration of the recent regicide plot has been sent to the Emperor, by the Oc toberists. whose second:.', national con vention opened hete Sunday.'- l.he an nouncement that the'; telegram? had fceen sent;Jcaiisedj a .scene "of intense then Mr. Cuvelier kot his amendments lenthusiasm. the delegates risinjx ana before the House. .Tbey were. xe- singing " God Sava the ;Czar, which jected by a vote ofyeas; 19r nays, ef iate hai- rarely been ; heard. The .t1i-. 'mXr-"i" convention devoted the remainder of TtSVwl?? day to spirited debates concern- announced James Oliver rose and mg Terrorists, - and adopted a.resolu- with a low bow toward ths reporters' tion expressing the utmost horror of seats,- said : , ; . , j t . ' ; th& delegates -at i the unceasing reign "I extend my congratulations to of terror and their sincere ,disappoint- the press bfHhe State for their suc- 'ment at the failure of the.Douma to S 11.1. II . . . ;. ' - . . ... vess, au. passiug cuis uin. ... firmlv 1 mPTtin' ' it - althousrh " IhC Douma was the supreme council in Vj'Beforellt''as determiried sclentlfl rtwL. smoke" Is waste "sinoke 'was fixed as the - final indication' and proof Battle - Flag for Museum. Winston Salem, Special. - Mrs.; Al fred H. Belo, Dallas,- Tex., who is vis- ifla that was presented the J?;orsytii- of proeipercty, re?aus ,wie. Riflemen, of which her. husband ine Press.; :Toaay. a ' 5mw"ro". ilate CoL.A. II. Belo, ... was , .captain, means nothing less uiauuuuv tu woe nronntprf fa i.hfi .flORl- I ervnn msnacmsnt. diuuijt AUG iittii . to , -r . . . . . T Ufa pany.by Miss Bettie Lemly, of-Salem; : .hear;ba noise' is;prooi oi uf and x was borne, throuuhout the ifour 'progress and .activity. We may an . . i tx-'t -i ir . T.a u.. . -ic k ins? as surely as V nilc iXlS Dciv uao swerimai. iivc - . . smoke -,is strucrsrle. vears ever prized the ilag very nigniy, sue has decided to present it to me ma seum at ; Richmond, Va.,' to which place it will .be forwarded in a few days. "rt Simultaneously with the passage v.. . ,T t I n.Vih ho no f inn 7c hnrxxa tnr nonstl- t i i? tj: f 4. ,J TTxn Achlo-tr Hnrn r came tne news .nat uovernor .tugnes i yv,, r nou5tr yj. jrAii, anu u. v-j. ? - Board cf , AgricultuTaL-' f -' The'; State ' Boards of " Agriculturre .will meet in its. regular: semi-annual session on . Monday, June-, 4th ; This iwill be the three, new. members xi tue. board Senator C. W.' Mitchell; - 'of Bertie, Representative J. J.; LauglnngT had consented tto:: an amendment, which will probably be made by the Senate, Committee .on Judiciary. This amendment deals with trolley exten sions in the, inter iov .ot the .State and was the result of . frantic and almost tearful appeals - to the Governor ' by capitalists -in interior, New York, i ; r Under the bill no trolley extensions can be made from the time of the passage of the bill until they have tutional liberty and order were cen tered, i The , truth ; of ' the report con cerning the plot . is I now, ( bfBcially ad mitted, and a communication concern ing it has already been prepared . anji only awaits, the Emperor's approval before being published. Hi; i ifL Bonilla Espects to Go Into Business Kew 6xleans ?!spcial-rme Prfisilent Manuel Bonilla, of Hondu- been .considered ajttd'-apnrcyyed by the. Public Ssrvice Commissioners, alter they take office and. begin work on I- .said-incartOinterviewChfereatba July l. At the ..same .time there are , rtA.sm. into 'busShess-in".Be many trolly.vcompanies that have Ob-; ... - . H-vmondiir' He Sheets tained consent's 'of 'property 'owners; British" Honduras'. e P9C;S. and of the .State Railroad Commis- to, become a general broker for ; trop sion, ' which have issued bonds 4 and ical forest products and also will run borrowed the money for the exteh- a plantation of Tiis own. Mr. -Bonilla sions. au tnis worK wouia nave.ia was Slirhtlv indisposed -Tipon nis , ai- rival.kere today.., .if . ) v V i ;f - nf Johnson. . At this meeting, , tue board has the . work f auditing ; and -accepting the reports of the. heads ; of all the: divisions, of thei agricultural department and of making the appro priations for the next six monthsetcV Sentence. be held in abeyance. Governor Hughes for a long time refused to make, any: concessions in this or any other matter. He felt that if ae once yielded it would be i -t anj entering wedge, and, he .would have great, dif ficulty in protecting the bill against other amendments. .. Twenty -Years k Salisbury, Specials George , Ypkx COlorea,, WHS. anamgeu- .nunau; vn; parior : Court, here fr 'killings Pxed Muse at Spencer- ten days ago 'and through :his : attorneys , submitted to5 a verdict1 of murder ' iri ; the second ' de-! gree. - This was" accepted, by the'. State Judge "Fred Moore , promptly .sentenc ed Fox! to ; twenty years in , the penti- ary at hard, iabor. -i HM.nrrr waste. -; jjecreasea -tiuix is loss , and noise 7 decreases . comiori. Insturbed minds are loss - through a reduction of mental force. But these and imdlar Consequences' are Indirect iloss: ' , There.' is. direct , loss '.also: :. A rattUng car means': worn-bearings and a i sicrt-lived , vehicle; Otherwise rail roads wou)d - not - sipe,nd . so : much cm their -roadbeds and. they .would run trains at higher speed. : "The i governiiieiH i3:said, to be ex- psrimenting oti' "tne -eus Vl-.'rr" foods" iti tnial?ih men'fat or lean. The agricultural csperimrai . - ing 4o4q-sp good, lt:is desirable tha:t.. human, ...experiment , t ehould.be. established.. ;Thenno.man would need: to ;deplore his. exces8iv J.,v.. thi , scant covering of his V i r- t,Q wsiit t-ftad the latest bul- Ar.imfeTi. Rtation and le cm, , vn uic - eat acpordingly, ' . .:; V : f : " - ,; ......... . Killed at Negro. Ball Game; ' ' New 'Orleans. ;.,Yr Richardson,' a: -'plantation -overseer, uf onrl thd while hatching a wus suyt v negro baseball) vgama ran Tedisbi" narish' A negro named L.ewis,was. . esse, Hark,' the'Ve DapiagcjXo J2ar to -JSusiness. Financiers 'mercantile men and the promoters.,. of business,,, enterprises I-tiu "while trjifig' to- support' the generally' are going ahead with their J . r VjzzlZ ,rt rtftrt ' ShV'neV plans, sure that whatever .percentage, of failure."i3 hawn bh'-ttie- tiet-dlti" mate returns .the farmers., naturally -will be reimbursed by the increased prices they will receive for their pro duce. This being the case, 7 1 is fig:v v.red th.e regular lines of business will thrive much the same as during the Favorable Trade Conditions. It is interesting to know that the eommerelal agencies find in allv parte of the country favorable trade, condi tions. The J country " at 'large 1 Is stronger, and, richer than at -the bet ginning' of any crop season in -the past,andl3 f dlly-able Ho look for ward to poor crops with equanimity.! . - . , ? Cottonf Oullookln Louisiana. The: JLiOUisiana i cottofl i outlook. Judged from the April report, prom ises onlv seventy-six Der cent, of'an dying AYerseer., ryesse4 yiaiii, lu 4nM W-shooting, made his escape-to-thisityr-where-he-has -riot- yet Deen capwicu. ' , t fow xcJiH.fi men. it is said, forcibly roiri'o "np.jrt .woman for her act-r io at ItSe wto Clatlr J 3 I 1 1 t 111. shooting. r x i ' Ufa- nW-Por ' Salvationists 'rniirniWa. S. C. Special. A special to 3 The) Stateroom Breenyle.saysr. The Salvation Army VT -in'the Sduthr was abated We ."ii TTntz headeff the4 ttetJartment inducted services, assisted iby iMajor: Berryman fic els of Atlanta, with other.:f; ctn Snartanburs: an 'elsewnrewo feotisaml' people werb ;. State News Items. . . . . . ! Superintendent J, Y. Joyher. has re-, .pivp.d "a letter 1 from. : Superintendent J JR.Poole, of Roberson- county stat- ino- that an election for local .taxation Qt TTnirmont fAshepole) on Mayaith was carried by a vote of 63 to T. ;T6 those acquainted, with .the old. Ashpole cbmmuhity.this is not; surprising, Mr. Poole is one of the most progressive cvmprintendents and; eives ? his j -entire time to this work- t o-' - ' rm-vnr i-tAn charter ' has been '- granted the -Hardwood Novelty . Company,- Dur-i ham,: capital : stock $100,000, William A Erwin i and other .stocKnoiaers.; " f ' r, ' 'V... ; ; i ' -.- ' !-.. i .J Gov. Glenn has , -announced the; re-:r appointment of'Mri W; M. Webb, of Morehead Citv' as-the' Stated Oyster fConlmissiorief,, the - appointment being 'ior two years, t this being- the., lepgtn lot the term of 'that 'office. : ,V-. " i i'comrade r Phillips, ;1 of ! Beaufort,; is dying5 at 'the Soldiers 'Home r;!i; - The insurance r, commissioner; ap proves the -charter, of, the ; . Registry 7 . n i i rt Life-insurance .jompany,; ot vrreeua A COUGH IS LIKE A MULE You've got to coax it to get it to go. ' We have a cold cure that wfll start the most stubborn cough going and quickly make it disappear entirely. We have witnessed its effectiveness in hundreds of cases and guarantee that U wul stop your cough. '.- ; - COMPOUND CHErUlY JUICE GOUGH SYRUP flavor makes it very paiattDie. ana cnuaren epcaiir k , : ,---r . , Md cnre. iad howienm.- !r it docn t .top yo-tf tnn on tETempiy lottfe nd we'll .tetvro jwt.Bwef Jhree pepaiw Sc-. e. aa fv. S . THE VSTUS- -PHARMACY The Rlexall Store Dr, H. BU Carson Surgeon-Deutist T OfBce , over Bank of , Hendereonvlllt . fiondersonville. ; Lames THE and- Gents' Cleaning and Pressing . i 'It MM. 60 YEARSV, K EXPERIENCE D r .- Trade Marks DESIttNS ii Copyrights Ac. Ha; houprht out - the Hen-, dersonyiue rcbbiug . viu. The busiri ess hitherto done by these tVo clubs will; be done by: a the Ladies - and Gents' Cleahirtg' vand dressing Glub at iVsoffice j jn ; the Ripley huilding. Maia $tree.tt Hender sonviXSCS H tA IJM WHITE PEOPLE1 ONLY ' All re'rtibef -ahrl . patrons ar e-t quested t o t let-u s-have. riheirvvtJVk at tle beginning oi r i t W . . ' ir, VAt ch and description may SEMAP TO a i :r4CR-m CAKOUMAOl-DEST TRUST. CCAPAKY "-o- STRONGEST BAMKWQ P. .j.etmiTin I ML. S7Z5.000.00 tlons Btnciiy V"? urlnff pate: ----- . rf , zh .At aim nta. receive . a. Tf t4 AMI A4 ' set iiin ic jiuiu uaiu ent free. Oldeet agency l,TrwTthoaI charKe. In the Rmeri weealv.O complete; lire; OP year mm 1 t. MIIHfl 361Broadwa,.eVJ0rK " Brah OffleVrgS F St. Waahtogton. x. , W. F. Dotson 5taple and Fancy GR OOBRI BO AT the week, v.rcv? - S-Kii-A" I fiPANT ' 4 Proprietors Hll oobo ao Represented U.-i si," . AT- . -r ,.iAife.-in thft lkV.nm V1VC. 'KAinop a nvattiai assessmervC' I Grocerr imd ; General Provision Btort - onville. IN. w Risers Shoes Always Burekmyer Bros., - North Mala Street . HendersonviHe. N. C. . . : Your larder iupplled with . . th.6 beaJLthe-market affordi , , Wears longest Bargains in Furniture 8AVE MONEY ON 1 ; Panty, Hats. Caps. Over- SEWIllG HACHIIIES & ORGIS alls. Shirts. Full One of Staple Groceries; W F; DOTSON North Main str& Anderson .Aye Seninz 2elow Cost Full line of Baby Carriages. ;'. Select stock of new poods. Call at our stori In the handsome ne. brick block. . J;iM; STEPP. Main HendersonTilie, N, 0. .. : , - x ordinaryprpp. ..