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Filipinos Unceasingly Active-Refnse
to Have Dealings With Americans.
NATIVES BLOCK THE CHANNEL
GREENSBORO, N.C.
For the treatment of THE LIQUOR, OPIUM, KORPHlfiE a4
ether Drug Aodiction. The Tobtucco Habit, Nerve Exhawboi
WRITE US FOR
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HAND BOOK
iiim seciioii Me i
Ey Sinking Lighters Leaded With Rocks
Egan Flays Miles Publicly Reprimanded
New York Bankers in Trouble.
Will -he 30 rer cent, to 31 jr cent Rreater
d rnft aud Iat longer tbaa any other grat
made.
Constant sivinc fa fuel, endless future cost
In replacing bars.
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION.
LONGEST DURABILITY.
TRY THEM AND YCU WILL USE NO OTHER.
lMiv-n-d, F. O, U., 3cl., to any point in
Uimtd States.
EARL & WILSON,
GASIOMA, - - . fi. C
THECOUPcR MARBLE WORKS.
sfaMlshed 5() Years.
I59 I6J Bank St.. - NORFOLK. VA.
Lnrsoat Stock In llir Soutli!
Low res q u-Ud on Monument",
(J rave-ton?, Klc, iu Mar'lf or
(ranit-, deliver at any Souther i
p nt, W'ri o for Illu-t rated Jut'tio;.
No. 12, it is !!: i d save money.
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Want to lffirn H '-ut
H.rf ? Hi v t I n k Out
Get -i i iif? K if) w 1 1 1 : i f i fv-
tl"ii and m OunM ani-.iHt
Fraud'' Pefeci av a-id
Lfi-t a (.Mire when same ii
t wivj,. ifii t)i A;:o liy
t - - -
he 1 1 NV1." to tall the IU. To rent Par's of tit
Ania.aV Hv t Shoe a II r.e i'rr-. ily? All
aii'l uMier VuluaMe I n f r tivi-.n ran l.fl ..';. a irid by
rea.li i ; our IIM-I'A K 1 ST!! XTl'.U
lt.lili: U,ll, m! i-'i wo Mll lrwi.l, iK-.t.
j,ajl,nn re.-oi't of only 'ia ccnt.-i in r(;iiu,.
BOOK PUB. HOUSE,
131 I.en:mr St.. N. V. Tltr.
Ebloney in Chickens
hir'i'5c. In stAinpi we sea t a I)
I'AOh liOOiv fe.vtii ihe t iertfu'v
t.i . j.rut-ncai I'ouiirjr I.jjwm u-j
di aiiiaK-ar. out u man ur,;u0
lor duller-, an I i en t .1 uriu J.
. ar. 11 ie.icui' l.uvv 10 ueiec.
I. mil Cure IdM-a-s; l-tnM iorii
uIhii Ur Kaueunu; wtticn ruwun
tare lor t.ieedinm everything r&
4UUlit lor i.roniai.ie t'ouitry iJU
In. HOOK I'L 'itl.l.iilMl
to, lit LeeearJsiroud .Netvlwr.
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Manila (By Cab!e). The situation
at Iloilo is unchanged. The Filipinos
are meeasiuly active, day aud nmht.
Oa Saturdc-y they loaded some lighters
with rock ami tank ibeni at the en
trance of the river, blocking the chan
nel for all vessels, with tbe exception
of launches. All the lights have been
extinguished. Order, however, is main
tained with soveritv and offenders are
promptly shot. On .Sunday one of the
Arizona's boats, manned by soldiers,
wu.s carried Ly the ebb tide to Quiuia
rae'.H lalaud, and while attempting to
laud there armed natives assembled on
the bench aud compelled the Americaua
to retire. Tho Filipinos refuse to have
any dealings with the Americans, veg
etables and(fruit are not obtaiuabie, bus
iness ih suspended, aud the warehouses
are full of rottiug sugar.
At Manila the situation ia critical,
but pacification is possible, in
spite of the unyielding attitude
of the Filipinos. It ia reported
that the rebel government at Maleloa
is willing that the Americans should
establish a protectorate on tho condi
tion that they promise to give the Fil
ipinos absolute independence within a
stated time. It is also said that the
Filipino will demaud official recogni
tion. EtTrtsare being made to bring
about another conference with the reb
els. The educated Filipinos are aux
ious to avoid trouble, aud it is boned
that the militant Filipinos will recede
before wiser counsels. In the mean
time the tension is extreme on both
sides.
Lagan Fiays .Miles.
Washington (Special ). Commissary
General Chas. i. Ea'nn J hursday re
appeared before the investigation com
mission to answer the charges of Gen
eral Nelson A. Miles c uicrrning the
commissary supplies furuished the
army during tho recent war. General
.-. ig.ia s Htatement iuruisueii the se-i- !
nation oi tho v,ir c iiiuit-siiii's hi-tory,
aud was regarded by dd army ollicers
as one of the most remarkHble attracks
ever made m t ne history of the service.
Generai E tgau's statement to the c mi
misiou wis it bitter persona! atiarlc on
i Generai Mdes, s( e-ititelv unq la'itied
both as to scope and lauguage that the
war commission, on hearing its conclu
sion, ordered u brief executive session,
after v. Inch the doors were re-opened,
the witness was rec illed and business
resumed in the general war. The sub
ject in controversy was General Miles'
already famous "embalmed beef" testi
mony aud the letters and documents
supporting it.
but It
le Savr ibt Teeth,
n little cut on a barber's nose,
t lis a slory when nil tin facts
."."v l-i'own. Oik- of our tonsorial art- i
lds has been sonu-what annoved of
late by remarks alx;t his razors hav
ing teeth, and other playful allusions
t. their drawing capabilities, so he
made a big resolve to find out whether
it was all a joke (r they were really
hi earnest, relates th Marlette Lead
er. Fn. curing a strong magnifying
ulass ho proceeded to investigate for
himself. Holding tho glass in one
hand and the razor in the ether he
brought tht'in both to bis eyes, the bet
ter to see tho teeth. In his excitement
he did not notice how near he had the
ln-l of the Ivl.wle, ami :is :i result the
Publicity Reprimanded.
The following ptatementof the action
of tho Secretary of the Navy in the
eae of tbe court of inquiry which in-
1 I'ostigated the grounding of the Massa
chusetts has been made public. Tue
Department has approved the proceed
ings of the ourt aud in pursuance of
,ts recommendations has addressed
tetters of reprimaud to Capt Ludlow
ul Lieutenant Fotts, directing atten
tion particularly to tbe fact that the
beat available charts were not used;
;hat no crossbearings were taken; tnat
only one leadsman was in the chain.,
and that verification of the ranges were
not had for live minutes before tbe
vessel struck, and these oflicera were
negligent in not having tbe ranges
entied.
afor !i'iiti(.ned suit
r.usv is causing bis
how he dh it. lie I
was sharp o.'-ogh
Vurj -s.
hi the ml of Ins
customers ti ask
convinced that it
for all pricticv-
No Quite.
"What uo they call ih
breed diseases, John?'
Ferine" CcrrrcV r.r.d
'all the rcpr we ! : ;
perir s a a n: .T
U -'.r - - 1
ta'.vrobes that
"Please sir.
v.hat do they
tr-v to lun-
New York Bankers in Trouble.
James McNanghton, former rresident
cl the Tradesman's National Hank, and
Allea McNaugbton, i resident of the
Wool Fxchange.aud one of tbe directors ,
of theTradesmeu's National Bank, were 1
arresieu id aow lorK, ant arraigned I
before United States Commiasioner
Shield, charged with conspiracy to
defraud in connection with the certifi
cation of a check drawn on tbe Trades
men's National Bank to tbe order o!
the Uuited States Trust Comranv for
1 0.000, whea the Trust Comnaar. an
I auegea, naa noiondt in tbe bank
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Every farmer's wife knows how necessary it is that
the milk buckets, pans, churns, and other implements of
the dairy be perfectly clean and free from taint. A com
mon yellow soap that smells of rosin should never be used
for washing these. Such soaps are made of materials that
you would not use for any purpose. Besides, they are
sticky and the soap will get into the cracks and corners and
stay there. Ivory Soap is pure, it is well made, and only
sweet, clean materials are used. Then it rinses readily.
IVORY SOAP 15 ?9Moo PER CENT. PURE.
Cpright. 180C. hj The Tracf. It GtinMe Co.. Cicind.
fit i ffeBU BB
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It Shaw3 th3 Only Msthod by Wiiich Diseases of tho Respiratory
Orji.is Cad Be .leached and Cured.
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tn H it all I Dr
th" Air i :tr- en
tei t-e iirnneai
El Tillies an 1 l ui-
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In ;!. ). .n l;-s.
A t o r.i i xe r s a u d
YuiOfs siap here.
eisonb to tTi7rea' very pirti-! of tr brihI.
thi pjvrrlul ar-A'roT to rech vry rr- r' 1 '; .
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We will mail to every person sending a
25
in fitft.mii nr rash, mentioning tnn
SPECIAL OFFER.
jr. Dropper, bottle of Hrornei sufficient to last two weeks, gauze and fall .
to its tions for using. We" also send FREE "The Story of Hyomei " and a sa
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