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I. iiAliX llllenaker&I-mbalnier, T v---il !Liti Flt":;i:i:i(iraFnrnilnre.k VOCR i mm i IlKXlKRSOX,N.C. NOTES CAROLINIAN. DOINGS OF A WEEK IN THIS STATE. The Mayoralty Contest at Raleigh Business Men Considerably Agitated About an Act Passed by the Late Legislature That Has Just Come to Light Other State News Condensed in Short Paragraphs. lUr.Eioir, N. C, March i.-An act of the Legislature has been discovered in the secretary of state's oflice, without doubt a "sneaked-in-bill," which is far-reaching- and damaging- since no debts can be preferred, by mortgage or otlierwi.se. It also prevents the bor rowing of money on mortgage, on real estate or chattels, or on crops by a per bon who is in debt to parties other than the lender. It reads as follows: An act to regulate assignments: The general assembly of North Carolina do enact: Section 1. That all conditional sales. assiuninentK. mortKatres or deeds In trust wlik-h are executed to secure any debt, obli gation, note or bond which pive preference to any creditor of the maker, shall be absolutely void- as to existing creditors. Sec. 2. That all laws in conflict with this act are hereby re pealed. Sec. 3. That this act shall be in force from :ind after its ratilication. Ratified ".rd day of March. lrCj5. There is likely to be much trouble growing out of transactions contrary to the above made since the 3rd day of .March, for this act was not known un til yesterday. RALEIGH'S NEXT MAYOR. Captain Samuel A, oerutic Ashe One of the Dem C'aiididut ok. llAi.Kitiit, March i(5. Last night the democratic township executive commit tee met and decided the time for the meeting of the primaries. The ward primaries will meet on the bth and the city primaries on the 12th. Cit3r poli tics are beginning to stir up people. The new city charter changes the mode of election. As it now stands the may or, the clerk and the city tax collector are to be elected by the people, llefore this the ring leaders have been having their own way. There are many can didates for each place. Captain S. A. Ashe is one of the democratic candi dates for mayor, but Mr. Will Uuss will undoubtedly be the choice of the demo crats and Colonel A. XV. Shaffer of the republicans. l!ob Johnson, the big ne gro, who it was said would run for chief of police, was buried here last Friday. GOVERNOR CALLS HIM BACK. A North Carolina Murderer. Arrested in Pennsylvania, Must licturn. R.VI.eigh, N. C, March 2S. Covernor Carr 3"esterday made a requisition on Governor Hastings, of Pennsylvania, for Waiter Johnson, who for years has been wanted for murder. In lb'D lse killed Warren Davis, of Northampton county and Coventor Fowle offered S 10!) reward for him. He tied and has never been heard of since until his ar rest in Pennsylvania a short time ago. NORTH CAROLINA IN BRIEF. A movement is on foot to give I5ur-lin-ton a telephone exchange. The military company at Rocky Mount has been disbanded. It is com pany D , second regiment. Three illicit distilleries were cap ured in Wake county and reported to the collector's oflice Friday. The marriage of Mr. Charles Kasker ville and Miss Mary Snow, of Raleigh, is announced for April 24th. It is stated as a fact that a canning establishment on a large scale will be started at Raleigh this season. The Governor has paid the 100 re ward to XV. II. Deaver for the capture of the murderers of James lirown. The residence of Joe Jones, colored, near Maxton, was destroyed by fire last week. Two of his children, aged four and six, perished in the llames. Governor Carr has offered 100 re ward for Moses Pender, who in Edge combe county last Thursday, kdled Mr. Joseph C. Ruflin, a justice of the peace. Fully 200 people from Raleigh went to Southern Pines Sunday when Bishop Haiti dedicated St. Anthony's chapel. The singing at the dedication was par ticularly tiue. Raleigh has an ordinance requiring railroads to station a flagman at every street crossing and the News and Ob server saj-s that hereafter it will le rigidpy enforced. The confederate monument at Raleigh has been completed as far as the main shaft. A scaffold is being built around the monument to aid in getting the immense shaft in place. Governor Carr has ordered a special term of Davidson court to convene first Monday in July for criminal cases only. It is specially called for the trial of Raster Shemwell for the killing of Dr. Payne. Mr. S. T. Hunnicutt, who is so well known as a baseball player, has joined the Wake Forest team. After his en gagement with them is ended he goes to join the New Orleans professional league club. The Elkin Times says that in Marsh township. Surry county, recently, a farmer was in the woods felling trees and after cutting down a large one no ticed that the falling tree had laid bare the hiding place of a moonshine distil lery. At the meeting of the state Y. M. C. A. Saturday the following organization was perfected: XV. S. Primrose, Raleigh, president; T. S. Sprinkle. Winston, first vice president; J. E. Rrown, David son College, secretary; O. G. Sterns, university, second vice president. Thaxton & Patton, dealers in general merchandise and groceries, at Durham, made an assignment Tuesday for the benefit of their creditors. W. D. Hes ter, who is a brother-in-law of Thaxton was made trustee. Local creditors were preferred to the amount of about S5, 000. , . 11 .,,.,. i-im I recommend ihamberlaiu Ptun Lalm for rheumatism, laoie back, sprama and fellings There is no belter liniment made I have old over 100 bottles of it Ids v'ear and all were pleased who used it. - J "F PIEKSOX, druggist. South Chicago, in i li U for s'tle l.v Meliville Dorfev, 111. It is lor salt i druggist HE'LL GET THERE. I Georgia Cracker. " Who labors on with all his might, I'.eginning with the early light. And 'sticks the type' till late at niht? The printer. " Who ' makes up' forms, the actor's way, And ' rules' the devil' every day, And takes free passes for his pay? The printer. " Who reaps the smallest sort of gains, And never murmurs nor complains. When only cussed for all his pains? The printer. " Who lives on promises and pi,' And when he comes at last to die. Fills up his ' take' without a sigh ? The printer. " And who'll walk down the golden street To take an atnen-corner seat, ltight next to Job, at Moses' feet ! The printer. Our better halves say they could not keep house without Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. It is used in more than half the homes in Leeds. SIMS Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows the esteem in which that remedy is held where it lias been sold for years and is well known. Mothers have learned that there is nothing so good for colds, croup and whooping cough, that it cures these ailments quickly and permanently, and that it is pleasant and safe ior children to takev lb and 50 cent bottles for sale by Meliville Dursey, druggist. BUSINESS IS IMPROVED. Favorable Weather lias Had a Stimulating i:iTect Throughout the South. Chattanooga. Tenn.. Marc-h 27. Kcports to The Tradesman, from all over the south, fur i bo week cmlin March -ith, show that the more favorable weather has improveu the con dition of bu ,iness. The revival in lumber manufacturing is quite noticeal'lo. but while prices are firm, the advance in values expected by some operators have not been made as yet. Hut at no time in the past year have inquiries been so general as t present, both for home and foreign ship ments. New cotton mills and enlargements of exist ing ones continue to be reported from several states, representing- the Interest taken in cot ton manufacture by local investors. The Tradesman's list of new mills and enlarge ments is as follows for the week : Mills with fl'Ki.n 0 capital at Greenville Hickory Grove and YValterboro, S. C. ; with $.r)0.0(Kl capital at Mocksville. N C, and others at Huntsville and 1'iedmont. Ala., Shrcveport, La.. Tupelo, Miss., liulherfordton, N. C, Cherawand New berry. S. C. Enlargements of cotton mills are to be made at Dalton. Ga.. Henrietta and Sen eca, S. C, and Trenton, Tenn. Iron production in the southern territory continues to be active, with somewhat of an increased demand, at unchanged quotations. Ituilding projects requiring the use of iron and steel ore now better than for a long time, and an active spring season is anticipated. liusiness is falling off somewhat among the coal producers, but no lessening of the output Is reported. Among important new industries reported by the Tradesman established or incorporated in the southern states during the week are a $300,i):) Improvement and development com pany to do business in Tennessee; a 8100.000 telephone construction company at Louisville, Ky.. and a ?100 Ortj hat factory at "Wheeling, W. Va. A compress with $75,000 capital will be built at Cuero. Tex.: a $50 000 woodenware factory is reported at Portsmouth. Vu. , and a wagon factory with fU.VOOJ capital at Chase City, W. A. NOW COMMISSIONER FINLEY. Tritflic Manager of the Great Northern Elected by the Southern Association. Atlanta, March -28. XV. XV. Finley, traffic manager Great northern rail way was yesterday elected commis sioner of the new Southern States Pas senger association. The Southern Pas senger association will be merged into the new association and Mr. Finley will take charge on April 15. Mr. Fin ley was formerly chairman of the West ern Passenger association. His pres ent headquarters are at St. Paul. Com missioner Slaughter of the old associa tion was voted a years salary and a resolution of thanks. Harry Walters of the Atlantic Coast Line was re-elected president. Up to date the only roads in the Passenger Association are only those east of Bir mingham and Chattanooga. The Queen and Crescent is out; the Louisville and Nashville is only par tial' in; the Nashville, Chattanooga snd St. Louis is out; the Memphis and Charleston is out: the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Birmingham is out; the Illinois Central is out. MINING ENGINEERS AT OCALA. Will Hold Two Sessions of the American Institute and lour tho State. Ocala; Fla., March 2S. Members of the American Institute of mining en gineers arrived at Ocala yesterday. Two sessions of the institute will be held here and the phosphate mines in this section inspected. Friday the en gineers will leave for a tour of the state which will include Tampa, Lake Worth and other points of interest. Friday April5, the party will reach St. Augus tine and on Sunday April 7, will leave for the north, via Atlanta, where they will inspect the exposition grounds and buildings. WANTS THE BIRTHDAY OVER. Prince Itlsmarck tirowing Weary of tho Progressing Festivities. Beki.ix, March SO. Prince Bismarck said yesterday in conversation with an architect visiting him at Friedrichsruhe: "I shall be glad when the birthday week is over. I ought to have been on horseback when the emperer me, but I cannot manage it now. I.: .- bones are too stiff. I cannot get ni3" leg over the horse's back." The enormous in flux of visitors in Friedrichsruhe con tinues. The number of students on April I will be much greater than first expected. . McKINLEY WILL GO WEST. Ohio's Governor Wil Sxring; Around the 1 tirele From t lie South. i Coi.VMiU'3, O., March 27. Governor j McKinley'? southern trip will be fol- lowed soon by a "swing" round the cir- I cle through the west. U'illiam M. ; Mann, republican of the national re- j publican committee for Ohio, and Gov- I vernor McKinley's commissioner of in- i surance is now in the west where he : Si s been for several weeks, making ar- ! ngements for the governor's visit. ! The Discovery Saved His Kite, j Mr. G. Caillouette. druggist, Beaversville, 111., says: '"To Dr. King's New Dis covery I owe my life. Was taken with La ! Grippe and tried sH the phj-Mci.ins for miles about, but of no avfiil and was given a J M not liye Havln j)r jng Xtw Discovery in my s-tore I sent ; for a bottle and began "its use and from the j ' first dose began to get letter, and after; using three bu!e w; up and about agam , It is worth ns weight m gold. e won t : keep store or house without it. Get a free I trial Imttle at Melville Dorscv sdrug store, JUDICIALMURDER. THE QUESTION OF MRS. SUR- RATT'S GUILT Again Rev ived She Was Not Allowed to Speak on the Scaffold Her Priest Would Not Have Been Allowed to Attend Her at the Last if She Had Been Permitted by Him to Publicly Declare Her Innocence. Chicago, March 23. Fire has just destroyed the last shred of document ary evidence that, it is alleged, would have removed the stain of a'charge of conspiracy to assasinate Abraham Lin coln from the name of Mary E. Sur ratt. This woman, who suffered death on the charge preferred against her, had for her counsel Col. John W. Clampitt of Highland Park, in whose possession was the evidence that he thinks would have restored her good name and shown that in the passion of the time, an innocent person had been sacrificed. For thirty years Col. Clampitt has been collecting data and evidence, and had it so complete, he believed, that none could doubt it. It was ready for publication; and then came the fire which destroyed his residence and all the evidence accumulated since that day, 30 years ago, when he strove to save the woman from the gallows. It was not until yesterday that Col. Clampitt spoke of this par ticular loss which he had suffered in the burning of his home. "The world was beginning to be lieve that Mrs. Surratt was a martyr," he said; '-and 1 had that which would have inconte'Uabiy proved it, but it is gone in the flames. Did you know that only the other day Father Walter, the priest who administered extreme unction to Mrs. Surratt at the foot of the scaffold died in Washington? I saw him before his death. In order that you may know the value of the evidence that his declaration put into my hands, I must detail the scene at the execution." "Mrs Surratt was a devout Roman Catholic, I am a Protestant, but in common with other Protestants, I know that truth falls from the lips of a person prepared for Heaven and who is about to die. This woman on the scaffold shrived for eternity, turned to her spiritual adviser and said: 'Holy father, can I not tell these people be fore I die that I am innocent of the crime for which I am condemned to death?' Father Walter replied: 'No, my child, the world and all that is in it has now receded forever ; it would do no good and it might disturb the serenity of your last moments.' "Father Walter, before his death re vealed to me the secret of his refusal to let her speak. When I sought him out in Washington to urge him to give me that which 1 needed to help me that which I needed to help clear her name he told me, first of all, that the woman was absolutely innocent of the charge against her, and then he told me this astounding story: "He said it had been evident to him that the war department, while bent on convicting had doubts of the guilt of Mrs. Surratt. From evidence given me by Father Walter I learned that he had been sent lor by the de partment the day before the execution, and had been told that he would not be allowed to see Mrs. Surratt on the day of her death unless he would pledge his faith and honor as a priest of God that, after he had absolved her and she received the sacrament, he would prevent her making any protes tation of her innocence. In other words, as the price of being allowed to minister to a dying woman, Father Walter was forced by the war depart ment to allow her to die without one word from herjips to the world as to her innocence. The fact that she did not declare her innocence when in the state of grace following absolution has been used as an argument in favor of her guilt. The truth is now known. Father Walter's story is gone in the fire, but I have it in my memory, and now I let it go to the world." Cure For Headache. As a remedy for all forms of headache, Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are atllieted to procure a bottle, and give tins remedy a fair trial' In cases of habitual constipation Elertric Bitt?rs cures by giving the needed tonic to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. ! Trv it once. Large bottles onlv fiftv cents at Melville Irsev's drug store. He who is just does study legic of law. not need to A dentist advertises to make teeth to appear so natural that will ache. false; they YOUNG SPIRITS, a vigorous body and robust strength, follow good health. But all fail when the vital powers are weakened. Nervous debility and loss of manly power result from bad habits, con tracted by the young through ignorance of their ruinous con sequences. Low spirits, melancholia. Impaired memory, Ctui'-m!, of irritable temper, fear of hninding calamity and a fhou&and and one derangements of body and piind, result from such pernicious practice. All these are permanently cured by Im proved methods of treatment without the patient leaving home. A medical treatise written in plain but chaste language, treating of the nature, symptoms and curability of such diseases, sent securely sc-aleu in a plain envelope, on receipt of this notice, with 10 cents in stamps, for postage. Address. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. " " - POLICY OF VIGOROUS PATRIOTISM. A Fine Bit of Sarcasm Indulged at the Expense of the President Secretary Gresham Comes in for His Share. The New York Sun is one of the brightest as well as one of the most sarcastic papers printed in this country. It hates Mr. Cleveland and here is what it terms the crowning act of his administration. President Cleveland's policy of vig orous patriotism in regard to the Alli anca affair, is a tremendous popular success; Everybody is pleased with it except IIr. E; L. Godkin, of the New York IZvening Post, and he is no more an American than a cawing crow is an eagle. We congratulate the Administration upon the first success which it has ever achieved in its management of the country's foreign affairs. The secret of it is no secret at all. The policy so suddenly and unexpectedly adopted by the Department of State may be summed up in two words: Be American! The Sun has presented this formula so frequently to the atten tion of Mr. Cleveland and his extra ordinary Secretary of State, that the only wonrler is that they got half way through their term of office before the lesson was learned. We are not quar relling with their slowness of appre; hension. Our sole solicitude is that they shall live up to the standard now established. It is no circumstance of no lasting significenee that the Administration's best and most praiseworthy deed should have been done at a time when the President was away shooting ducks, and when the Secretary was in capacitated by illness from attending to the duties of his office. It is all very well to say that the American is neither G rover Cleveland nor Walter Q. Gresham, but Edwin F. Uhl, for merly of Ypsilanti. Vrhatever may be the fact about the authorship of the sharp notes of warning to the Govern ment at Madrid, the historical view will be precisely the same as if Mr. Cleveland had not been snooting ducks, and as if Mr. Gresham had been in the full enjoyment of his usual health. The caedit belongs to the Cleve land Administration. Mr. Uhl may have written the note to Madrid, but Grover Cleveland appointed Uhl. 100 Kewsml. 100. The readers of the Cold Leap will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh (Jure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Ca tarrh being a constitutional disease re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken, internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system, thereby destroying the, foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the consti tution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. IST'Sold by druggists, 75c. And the Husband Went Crasy. I5ristol, Tenn., March 30. A woman in Dickinson county, Va., near Round Gap, has given birth to five children at one time, four of which are living, and give promise of doing well. AN APT ECHO. Head of Firm Mr. Entryclark, pleae run your eye over this document. Entryclerk (echoing) Dock, yon meant. Truth. WILL YOU COME INTO MY PAKLOK. "Come here, my pretty dears." "Jso, thank you. We may be silly, but we don't intend to lose our headi entirely." Life. REMEMBRANCE. Bertie Van New I don't mind giv ing you ten cents for a drink, but ubj do you carry that deucediy big stick? Fra ed Idler rSor, Oi wor wunst a dude lcike yuresilf; an' Oi doan' know what to do wid me hands wichjuA a cane! Puck. KENTUCKY POLITICS, SECRETARY CARLISLE TO STEP INTO THE ARENA. Senator Blackburn to Oppose Him An interesting and Exciting Contest to be Waged Everything in Prog ress Looking to Opening One of the Most Memorable Campaigns in the History of the Blue Grass State. Frankkokt, Ky., March SO. The Kentucky democrats are not waiting to see what course the president may pur sue with regard to another inter national monetary conference before taking sides on the present aspect of the silver question, but are already dividing on the line of free coinage and preparing for a most energetic state campaign. Their convention for nom inating a full state ticket will be held at Louisville in June, and although there are local issues of enough impor tance to occupy them, and although the republicans will endeavor to hold them down to the local issues, the one overshadowing national issue h certain to receive a very great deal of atten tion at their hands, both before and after the convention. Not improbably, indeed, the complexion of the ticket itself may depend upon the expression as to silver embodied in the platform adopted. Unusual interest attaches to this con test by reason of the probable partici pation in it of Secretary Carlisle. The matter has been made the subject of a good deal of discussion in the Ken tucky newspapers, and now. as the time draws near for a decision to be reached, Mr. Carlisle is being pressed to accept an invitation for an early ap pearance in the arena. There is hope that he may be able to improve an op portunity to be afforded him about the middle of April, when a rally of the democratic clubs of Louisville will take place, and when he could address him self to the whole political question, state and national. An invitation to attend this meeting is now in his hands and if he decides to accept it his deliv erance on the occasion will attract national attention. Some of the time will have to be given to the financial question, and this portion of the ad dress, will, of course, be accepted as the voice of the administration calling democrats to duty. The Kentucky democracy is split in twain on the silver question, and more feeling exists than has ever appeared in factional strife in the blue grass state before. Tho anti-free coinage sentiment is voiced by Secretary Car lisle, Senator Lindsay and Henry Wat terson. They are ticketed as gold bugs and as the mouthpieces of Wall street. Behind them are the commer-' cial bodies of the towns and cities, the capitalists here and there engaged in developing the resources of the state and business men generally. This faction is strong in talent and political experience. The Kentucky republicans, . full of confidence this year, will take the first go. They will meet in May and make their nomination and adopt their plat form. As far as possible, they will keep local issues to the front. THE SOUTH'S THE PLACE. Remarkable Increase In Manufacturing Enterprises Over a Year Ago. Baltimore, March 29. The new man ufacturing and mining enterprises in the southern states for the first quar ter of 1895, as reported to the Manufac turers' Record, shows an aggregate of 891; a gain of 29 as'compared with the first three months of 1694. The largest increase is shown in cotton mills, of which forty-two were organized during the last three months, against nine for the same period of 1894 ; of miscellane ous enterprises there were 455 against 293; mining and quarrying companies increased from fifty to sixty-two ; flour mills from twenty-four to thirty-seven, and cotton compresses from one to seven. In addition to these enterprises the Manufacturers' Record is advised of railway projects embracing the con struction of about three hundred miles of new line in Florida alone. 'TWAS A COSTLY EXPERIENCE. North Carolina I'amllr Pays Heavily for Refilling stamped Packages. Washington, March 30. Secretary Carlisle yesterday compromised the case against B. O. Jenkins, of the Fifth North Carolina district for re-filling stamped packages, etc, and failing to pay tax, by the defendant paying G10. J. F. Jenkins of the some district, 6on of the former, for aiding and abetting the father, was fined $290. Will Marry a Tennessee Lad j. Ottawa, Ont., March -29. The en gagement is announced of Hon. A. J. Marjoribanks, aide-de-camp to the gov ernor general and brother of Lady Aberdeen, to Miss Mysie Brown of Nashville, Tenn. Miss Brown is ex pected here next week on a visit to government house. Seven Duels Arcanred Without Arms. Bvda Pest, March 30. Seven of the eight duels arranged between the elec tion officer Tarnoczy-and deputies have been settled amicably. Mutual apolo gies were offered for the abusive lan guage which provoked the challenges. What the Loss Will Accrecate. St. Acgcstise, Fla., March SO. The people are yet viewing the ruins of Thursday's fire and countining the cost. The loss is fully S200,000, with small insurance. The St. Paul's Second Trial. Philadelphia, Pa.. March 30. Man ager Iligbee, of the International Nav igation company, savs that the Cramps 1 will launch the St. Paul in about tea days. Asks For Heavy Cuban Credit. Madrid, March 0. 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The dry goods store of II. Harrison & Co., at No. 1,257 Eleventh street. Southeast, was burned yesterday. Loss between 815,000 and 520,000. Insurance not known. The origin of the fire has not been ascertained. The flames atone time made such headway that a gen eral alarm was turned in. Two Brothers Suicide Together. Knoxvili.e, Tenn., March 28. Sam uel and John Gibbs, brothers and far mers in the interior of Green county, committed suicide yesterday morning by drowning in the Nolachucky river. They had been in financial straits for some time and it is believed this was the reason why they took their own lives. The Alliance to Take a Crnlm. Washington, March 27. The cruiser Alliance, which has been converted into a training ship for naval appren tices at the Norfolk navy yard, left yesterday for New York, where she' will take on a class of apprentices for a cruise. She will be manned hy sailors from the Chicago, which is to be put out of commission. Superintendent of the I- N. Dead. Louisville, Ky., March 26. W. P. Pike, superintendent of the Louisville and Nashville railroad, died here yes terday afternoon. Death resulted from erysipelas from which it was thought at the time to be only a slight injury sustained in getting off a train at Bowling Green. John G. Thompson's Widow Dead. Columbus, O., March 29. Mrs. Fan nie Thompson, widow of John G. Thompson, fergeant-at-arms of tho house of the forty-fifth, forty-sixth and forty-seventh congresses, died at her home here this morning, after a linger ing illness, aged sixty years. Steel Works Reducing the Force. Bradlock, Pa., March 29. Superin tendent Morrison of the Edgar Thomp son steel works, is reducing his force. Six draughtsmen, six inside carpenters, ten mechanics, ten machinists, ten pattern makers, and the entire paint ing force were laid off yesterday. Clc v. land Rewards a Reseuer. Lommjx, March 29. President Cleve land has awarded the captain of the British steamer Durham City a pair of marine glasses with a suitable inscrip tion in recognition of his rescue of the crew of the American schooner Alice T. Boardman, last October. Commercial Bank, Cincinnati, Asslg-nes. ' Cincinnati, O., March 28. Tho Com mercial bank, located at 133 Main street, assigned yesterday afternoon to W. II. Campbell, its cashier. The decision to go out of business was reached but half an hour before the assignment was made. Consul Smlthers Dies In Japan. Washington, March 27. The de partment of state was notified yester day by cablegram from Osaka, Japan, of the sudden death at Hiogo, Japan, probably yesterday, of Consul Koch Smlthers. Mr. Smithers was appoint ed from Delaware, July 1st., 1889. Pensaeola's Deleratlon to Mobile Congress. Pensacola, Fla , March 28. Mayor Anderson has appointed delegates to the grain and trade congress, which meets at Mobile, April 4, as follows : S. R. Mallory, F. C. Brent, T. E. Welles, John Cosgrove, and C. C. Yonges. Local Legislative Assemblies. London, March 30. The house of commons passed by a vote oV 128 to 1G2 yesterday evening J. H. Dalziels resig nation affirming that it was desirable to establish local legislative assembles for England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Dominion Cabinet Crisis Ended. Ottawa, Ont., March 30. The Do minion cabinet crisis is ended. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper has returned to work in the cabinet, the difficulties between himself and Premier Bowell having been amicably settled. Republican Convention Badly Divided. Madrid, March 30. The republican convention which has been in session since the beginning of the week closed yesterday. It was very inharmonious and ended with a division of the party. Uyppolltes Array the Victors. Kingston, Jamaica, March 27. It is reported that a fight has occurred be tween Hyppollte's army and a strong band of rebels in the north of Hayti. The rebels are said to have been beaten. Cholera Among Japanese Troops. London, March 28. A dispatch to the Star says that cholera has broken out among the Japanese troops at Port Arthur. Thirty-eight cases are report ed in one day. I'oe Belfast a Total Wreck. Belfast, March 28. The steamer Belfast, from Berien for this port, which went ashore on Jona Island, is a total wreck. The crew have landed at Colonasa. Miners Strike at Lies Kxtendlng. Bk'.'sskls, March 28. The miners' strike at Liege is -extending rapid.'y. The government has called out the militia reserves as a precaution against violence. Minister Ransom Off to Ills Post. Weldox, N. C. March 29. Senator Ransom left for Washington yesterday, lie will leave for Mexico tonight. His son Robert will accompany him. Pure rich blood is e.sentil to good j health, because the blood is the vital fluid which supplies all the organs with life, j Hood's Sarssparilla is the great blood j purifier. j Hood's Pills rn purely vegetable, harmless, effective, do uwt pain or gripe. 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