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nilM I (it p ' . crFffAL FJCAl UxvK-AT 1L king & cos j, ,.,() STORE, JiOL XII , , , ; RALEIGH, N. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1893. NO. 4G 1 " g 0 BosJors' Ills Jin BLOOD BALM ' ;v i . ' n;" GREAT REMEDY i v T nr.rn and skim diseases I." ', ; ni.l. tvHt.'d by pin- ,4 MUll tllO iH'Ollla ... mi l rx-vi-r fails Ut r v n-..l "iTiuaucutly (ICEFS, EC2;W. flWPLES, FROM 1 05, 5; ,f kuinh. stokamw ti eft iiivnrmblv t'tmx tin- r"' t, (iri'Cii'Vis ure f. Mm, 0 tin- ior j. e or ,s..f"1 Os LLi- - - Mai, of Delicacies. cf Mr. ( ha. Prctscli, ir'v t i cpt.lflr reports In ecaytn prccrtsFes t n:' for the splendid ictus In aiul.tkn Is the lie, &c. can bo , f RTidU. lruits and ;,.'n. !iD -1: K April K I V E D 1, 1893, Em- 7 L) J?) DA. Oranges. r '..,!. i tc stoie 75 boxes: fine tr!sht fLORiDA ORANGES - ..u to tbe box. HOC KUS : : V I.TTK V I I.I,K ST. Kotes from Waehlngton. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, May 11. It has been deemed desirable because of the revolution in progress to station a United States war vessel on the west coast of Nicaragua, as well as on the east coast, to protect Ameri can interests. The United States steamer Alliance has been ordered to sail from S-in Francisco for Corinthia, Nicavaua. The United States steamer Atlanta i3 on her way to Greytown, on the east coast of Nicarauga. Secretary Carlisle today set aside decisions of tix of hi predecessors, and decided that thes statute of 1874, known as the anti moiety act, except in cases of smuggling, debars all officers of the United States from receiving a moiety or informers share of fine on account of informa tion given in reference to the viola tions of statutes. Subject came up through Collector of Customs at Cape Charles City asking that unes imposed on teu oyster boats for technical violation of the law be re mitted, transmitting at the same time the claim of Lieuts. Daniels and Henderson, of the revenue cut ter Crawford, for moiety in connec tion with the seizure of the oyster vtssels. The vessels at the time of seizure were lvicg at anchor in Tnngier Sound, near Onancock, Va. They had no lights displayed. Sec retary Carlisle, after a careful ex amination of the statutes, became Rfttiafied that tbe revenue marine officers were debarred from receiv ing moeity or informer's share, but in view of the numerous decisions of hi predecessors submitted the whole question to the Attorney General Attorney General Olney, alter re viewing the ca-e, gave it as hie opinion that the statute cf 74 clearly debarred the officer of the marine service from receiving moiety or an informer's share of fine, and toddy Secretary Carlisle adopted that opinion. The signiti cance cf this decision is understood to be a gtneral tightening of the treasury purst , &nd a requirement that auditors, accounting officers and others shall not accept prece dents for their guidance but the specinc law m accordance witu ine principles laid down in this deci sion. REVOLUTION RAMPANT. THK N1CARAGUA.N GOVERNMENT OVERTHROWN. Rhe Revolutionists In Complete Pos tesslon cf the Mcaragua Canal Another United States War Vessel Sent There. i j it . , :in;. F-er. Ir.?, Kaea. I-, il vi;r'P rr. V . v i a I re C. Hit! ':::;;:;iraor"s Notice. ' ' -'iit l u-r .f ad ml i' lft ration -'' tl.e l'ttf Mrs. A. A. Torry. this '' , ' " t" 'ill f i j n liHvlui clwlias ' ' '" ' "ti.t to i roHtat them to me n '' ., ', :" 1-.4: fill 1'CreoQs Indebted to J' : .Li iiuiko Imn i-HTe raiment to AUKEW Hi ME, ' '' :-!i.l.-trnt. r f Sirs. A. A. l'crrv. aiurLot for Sale. :r r-nthotity conferred la a .;..:.?. evt-cnted by H. n Vn--8 f I)--' ' i.-i f.filcn cf l oua r- . oa Monday, the2'r.rt day ail ( ZD: Ht ' " : ' ck , ht the Court Hoaee "V;. !: Th" (: 'Y of Haleigh. tie house and . t . iK! wh. r. oa the Hid Vaas now re ;i'l'':,.?1' M'"1 oa.wcuth Kloni tsirr et.and Vi-ui;., ri iq the said racrtgage. fi.(, S. S. BATCH ELOR, Mcrigagse '?oi t ai oSa!c of Land. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, May 11. The Nica raugan revolutions" tt3 have practi cally overthrown the government, and are in complete possession of the Nicaragua canal. A dispatch received at the State Department today tells of the victorious pro gress of the revolutionary forces, and indicates the complete over throw of the late administration. The dispatch received by Secretary Gresham was sent from San Juan Del Sur, port on the west coast of Nicaragua, by Sir. Newell who is Consul at Managua, the capital cf the country. He states that no communication io to be had with the cable office, ana it is presumed from this that he was obliged to send his dispatch from Managua to San Juan Del Sur by mail or mes senger in order that it might reach the State Department quickly. Mr, Ne well's dispatch in substance is as follows Tho revolution commenced April '28th, headed by ex-President Zi valla. The revolutionists hold Gre nada, Managua, Ilivas, Ccntales, Matagalpa and San Juan del Norte. They are well armed, even having a good supply of Gatling guns. The government forces number 2,000, poorly organized and led, while the revolutionists number from 3S000 to 5,000, commanded by prominent generate. The government forces made three unsuccessful attacks on Managua Martial law has been declared and a decree has been is sued for a forced loan of $600,000. It is learned from another authentic source that the revolutionists are in possession cf the Nicaragua canal, and it was on this information and that contained in the dispatch from Mr. Newell that Secretary Gresham applied to Secretary Herbert for another vessel to be sent to Nicaragua. The Atlanta, now Dr. Hodges' Address. Dr. J. A. Hodges accepted an in vitation to deliver his admirable address at Chapel Hill last night, the same which he delivered before the Medical Society on Prevent! o Medicine, its relation to the profes sion, the people and the State. Dr. Winston paid Dr. Hodges the high compliment to say that he had never listened to a better address, and requested him to deliver it last night at the University before the students and citizens. The Society ordered 5,000 copies of the address printed for distribu tion and tendered him a vote of thanks. We publish below a brisf synopsis of JLr. Hodges address. After some introductory remarks, Dr. Hodges commenced by briefly recounting the history and aims of preventive medicine. He spoke of this new era in medicine which was endeavoring to ascertain the caue of disease and thereby prevent sick ness and premature death. He said that it was at last an historical fact and that a new star now shone with growing light in the crowded galaxy of science, and that there was found everywhere the domi nating influence of a new philosophy in medicine. The "germ" theory, that all con tagious diseases are produced by positive and definite microbes, with out which contagion could not exist, ia the basis on which Preventive Medicine rests, and that if these could be discovered and obliterated, disease would be banished from the I THE KNIGI1TS TEMPLAR. THE GRAND COMMANDKRY IN SES SION AT TARBORO. A THRILLING DESCENT. The Kleclioa of Cffleers Yesterday- Several Citizens of Raleigh Chosen to IJIgh Offices- -A Grand Banquet Last Night. Taeboro, N. C, i'ay 11. The Grand Commandery Knights Tem plar, in session here, today elected the following officers: F. M. Move, Wilson, Right Eminent Grand Com mander; A. H. Cobb, Ashe ville, Very Eminent,Grand Commander; Peter A. WilsonWimston, Eminent Grand Generalissimo: John C. Chase, Wil mington, Eminent Grand Captain General; Rev. W. S Creasy, Char lotte, Eminent Grand Prelate; Geo. Lampman, Greeneboro, Eminent Grand Senior Warden; Henry J. Clark, Hamilton, Eminent Grand Warden; Wm Simpson, Raleigh, Eminent Grand Treasurer; H. H. Munson, Wilmington, Grand Re corder, W. A. Withers, Raleigh, Grand Standard-bearer; John H. Hackburn, New Berne ; Grand Swordbearer; W. G. Long, Oxford, Grand Warden; R. II. Bradley, Ral eigh, Grand Sentinel. Ten Commanderies were repre sented. Two charters were issued, onb to New Berne and one to Oxford. A Female Aeronaut's Narrow K scape at I arboro. Taebcko, N. C, May 11. Special. Mrs. Steel, an aeronaut, -made an ascension here today. When sev eral hundred feet in the air the bal loon took fire and the parachute failed to work. Pistol Bhots vrere fired as a signal of her imminent danger, but she was unable to work the parachute. Tbe balloon, with parachute open, came swiftly to the ground, i no tuousana or more epectatcrs breathlessly watched her flight She was enveloped in the canvas, but was not seriously in jured when extricated. To witness her tailing was a sight that almost chilled the blood in one's veins. A Burglry With Felonious Intent. Wilson Advance. Monday night, during his ab sence, tne residence of jJr. John Vick, cf Elm City, wan entered by a negro named V llliam Drake. Mrs. Vick was awakened by a noise and found the negro stand ing over her bed. Before she could make an outcry Drake peized upon her and dragged her off the bed and tied her arms behiud her. Tfce noise created by the scullla roused her little twelve year old who jumped up and went manfully to work on Drake with a chair so much that the r.egro was forced to turn his attention to the son, this gava Mrs. Vick an opportunity to raUe the alarm which she lost no time in doing. Drake seeing his object was frus A SPECIAL FEATURE AT W. II. KING & CO.'.S DRUG bTORE. CO R F Y XTTF.V I LLK am. K A KG ETT. The Cornell Avenue Hotel, Chicago. Located on Cornell Avenue, be tween Fifty-first street boulevard and Fifty second street. Ptven min utes' walk from the "Art Palace Entrance" cf the World Fair; live minutes' walk froti either Madison Park (Fiftieth street) t-'Mion or from Hyde Park (53 J rtrett) station on Illinois Central Kailroml; twenty- two minutes ride from the I curt of the city, trains every five miautcs. The view fron. hotel viu.lcws is incomparable, being ''00 feet from the shore of Lake Michigan, the entire beach miy be seen looking north towards the h art of the citv and south towards the World's Fair. This hotel is tqiipptd with all modern convenience, and i run on tbe European plan. Klcg-tnt cafe and resstaurant in the building. Ad dress all communications to The Cornell Avenue Hottl, Cornell Avc- nup, Chicago. l).wn town 2G0 Dearborn street, re m I'.V.UK Jciix O. Plank, Manager. citice, Tl, 11 Vfi ir. earth. Hence physicians now turn m.-i.. m .if! j i ! . . , ;uarioii9. xomgusa rana cau- i,,,i,i 0,. f.. irom ine lniroepacnon oi tne uis ' -h u t 61 ti 1 lia,'t'vl -t. u.o cotco eased organization to the world j Z&t Wlll4,be 8en h ,St Ge08 house but wa caught later and . 7. r J, ' ' fc" i carried betoro magistrates Uapt. W L. Grimmer and J. L. Bailv, who t heap Ice. Don t forget that wh u:11 not bo undcrhold on ice, and will duplicate any prices tht n n it- mad m this city, and that wo hbvl bav.- plenty of it on ban 1 all tbe year as wo have for the last several jo irn. Junks tV Powell, Manpgeraof the X?- Cry .! Ice Factory, iiuh-igh, N. C Pineapples 15 Cft.ts api'. c ut A. Dughi's. at New York, has already been or- j Bubject for, by using the know dered to proceed to Greytown.on the j tney ought now to possess, all east coast, but as the revolutionary I such east coast, but as the revolutionary j diseases as diphtheria, typhoid movement is nearar the west coast ! fvr r.KnronHrm AYr. rml.l Va in the neighborhood of the capital; 1 prevented, lia advind attention o i was uetmea otss to awpatcn a iocal cleanliness as even better than vessel to tnat pars oi tne country, quarantine to prevent pestilence, lor all diseases originate somewhere in futh, and cannot live except reek ing filth, asd pollution give it a place to cultivate its germs. "And yet," ho said, people to this very day wih throw Accordingly an order was sent by telegraph today to 'he commander of the Alliance, at San Francisco, directing him to proceed at once with his vessel to a point on the west coast. The Alliance will prob- ao;y mKe ner neaaquarters at can up tiJe;r hands ia holy nor Juan DtH Sur. Valuable store-; rJf ttni amazement when the lljod houses belonging to the Nicaragua Can ul Company are located at both ends of the caual, and a number of 7 iflTlP of rtfiWftr ffinforroH vn rr.a Yiv .'c'11 njortjtMKe deed, executed by rn,?" 1 Tk htjrch and wle, whtch said I he Illinois Reapportionment. By Southern Associated Press. SnuxGFiELD, 111., May 11. Tne prospect oi a Congressional ana Senatorial rt-appoitionmsnt cf Illi nois was striously impaired this morning by tl9 death of Represen tative Ernest Meers, of Calhoun county. This leaves the Democrats with but 7 1 votes a baie quorum in the House, and tho party is at the mercy of a single recalcitrant. Twenty days must elapse before Meycm' vacancy can be legally j filled, and it is expected tnat tne Legislature would adj urn sine die before that time. The Democrat leaders are desperate over the sit uation, and talk oi seating Van Piaag over Bish, colored. A Failure In Delaware. By Southern Associated Fres. Wilmisgtos, Del , May 11. The announcement of tho fadure cf R R. Robinson & Co., bankers and brokers of this citj, today created a profound sensation. The rumors of tV.r. fnilnra rf tVlia TOfill IrnrkWTl firm UZZnnri for several ?' th.ir ullimjto tory excited. The liabilities cf the firm severe fighting between the oppo- are estimated at $300,000, while it :iuuV J" f is said the assets will not exceed LTTrS $100,000. The sheriff has seized b- b -b ' - fv" all the property of the bankrupt -6 - -" r f j pany, would have caused this Gov- an armed force from one end of the An Indianapolis Hank Suspends. 0ftl fn nthar Information has been received at the State De wnicn surrounds tnem as con taining many of the causes of disease. Preventive Medicine seeks, by the hygiene of our per sons, dwellings, streets, &c , to reg ulate these and make them condu cive to health. H6 considered the subject first in its relations to the medical profes sion, showing the indebtedness of the world to it, not only for its cu rative but preventive methods He then treated it in its relations to the people, proving their vital in terest in the subject, aa public health was the mainstay cf any peo ple looking to their best material and moral advancement. He also referred to the necessity of educating the masses on this knowledge visiting brethren. Sui.kt ii ') , i iMlii! o.in ! xion, ai d di. tlui tTutiUd ., ii';.ici. that ihore ii om?t.ing ro j witl.i-:. Is pel the lurkir.r foe to i., s.ltl , ly puri fving the biood k!i A rt N4rsrijt- rilla. Cured eryrip 1-t, i.: fn. rhnru, iiiidt. an! biulcli rproceeded to eommit him to the Chief Justice Alien. custody of the sheriff. He ia now Dr. Thoma3 Hill, of Goldeboro, confined in the county jiil. Vi o a TivcQcnic ft flira fr rfliLaf .Tno ' i ,i 1 : l ug j.vovmwu '-"" "- ,J iuere w3 i j?uou ucai ui eitiie- -gin? ropiiliitloii of iiMltil. tic3 Shepherd which was cut from meEt and some rumors of a lynch- is Ri,at fifteen ibouvii. ;. un 1 v.- the grave of oae of his official pro iJg but the ouicers acted promptly stiy at least one bnif hiv tr uSi. i with dtCeSSOrS, lliieazar Allen, WnO Was nnd tnr.V h nrr.nrr nnt. nf limr. SOifle HUeClH'U ol ILt tit -tt .'i hill Chief Justice of North Carolina in ev'6 Way. Colonial dajs. It appears from the Ve are not in favor of lynching, monumental inscription over this and especially so where th3 law grave, wnicii is m Hr unswicK county, provides an adequate punishment. Sn e.Ti n - nuary, Ia tMs if the facU are 83 1749, at the age oi fifty-seven. His BtRte( lha priBOner is dearlv guilty rn,T,r, , f burglarv, at least, tbe punish-1 the 26th of February, 161 , at the ent for burglary is death. Now to age of sixty four, is interred by his M WiljJ0n count fchow tbe le siae Over her grave is a atone o this countrv that we know how erected by "her greatly obliged protecfc our citizens and to enforce niece, ary Jane Dry. our mr. Alien waa only uniei Justice j 5i' thiC CHil.V.ntS 'lie, se. r-'ill o statistics, rat-re nm:v. rum tl-.n tu'-r. We would advi-c ".ir r m-! is - t to neglect the opportunity to i kIi hi t;n jr hi UiV 8 7r.l druggist arul get a b . i?e oj Ua's-im for tne turout ... i e;:n:;- isize tree. Lnrm1 ( 1 1 by l'l dr .t I ft i ts .; 1 CI. - . 11 i Tl V i 'ei'Min (.- i: lea down fr.m ou-rw-rk r .! . ! ! -15rovis Iron Ititt -r J ' :. ,.: mi tvMT!. Hi-1" d;:.-tiiiii. r--niiiv x i.i 1 i.r. aul ciins uiiilari. tit 1 , -j. ships are, according to another dis patch received, under the control of the forces of ex-President Zvail. It is deemed impractica ble to send a force of United States marines to guard the j canal for its full length, but some such action would prob ably have been taken had the rev olutionist obtained control of the tide of disease overtakes them, and in sublime jet supine submission say, "Thy will be done." He then spoke of the relatiot:? of preventive medicine to the State, and discussed tli9 necessity cf tho State supporting ail measures look ing to improvement in this line. After other remarks relative to for a very short period, but had theretofore figured quite conspicu ously in the provincial government. tie was sworn in as provincial coun sellor by Governor Gabriel John ston in 1731, whica posi-ion he held for many vears succeeding up to the timo of his death. He w&3 also on-i cf the commissioners to locate the line between the territory be longing to the Crown and Lord Granville's domain ; was Receiver General of the Province, and often a member of the Upper Houe of Assembly, in the deliberations of s which he took an active part. Oa his death Col. James Inucs suc ceeded to bin seat in the council. In the printed records of the pro ceedings of the council, etc , his name sometimes appears in 1750, apparently after the date of his ...i i iT. j menu aoo would vet have due regard for the noble profession cf medicine, when her citizens would employ physi cians not so much to cure as to pre vent sickness, he closed by appeal ing for such a renown in national health as there is for national re nown in war, commerce and art. ve relerred to. luis va riance is occasioned by the change of method in computing time, which went into effect in 1752. The University Visiting committee. The visiting committee of the University appointed by the Gov ernor by authority of tbe Board of Trustees, visited thj University a few days ago and hi.i returned. We had the pleasure of a conversa tion yesterday with Hon. John C. Scarboro, chairman of the commit tee, with regard to the visit. The committee is composed of Hon. John C. Scarboro, P. D. Gold of Wilson. James Parker of Gates, John W. Starnea of Buncombe and Dr. W. S. Black of Oxford. Dr. Black could not Ik-, present in con sequence or being in attenaance upon the meeting of the Trustees of Trinity College. The committee visited til the recitation rooms, paw the teachers and classes at work and inspected the apparatus of the institution etc Mr. Scarboro in forms us that they found the Uni versity in a healthy condition, the teachers and aiudenta enthusiastic, hopeful for the future, and th9 lar gest enrollment of students Eince (V ji.,..i)j UL'hSlUUUUllOOt COMPOUND. "A f"' J A rrrrnl tllde,v.-rv ' F n S7.- X . Isi!i.-.nly . r-vt..r aX ' .r ui..l rti';:i,l. uif-:., n. --.- . iriiL -1.I 4 V ii a r 1. l i U r nolI-:n's In r-laf t'i.J. fri ,. r - !'..'i'iT(,(i-l!" I . 'i. I ti :. i' t 4li! (.7 ! i. ! I li'i t j cc-ut Jn i ... :ri ;c In l'-tt- r, ai ! i l . m ; ) -t. ly rftnru i-i.nl. lull fc- ;! i .irticu.... jn j...ia tnvr lij, ti iw.icsou'v. " ": n; -. AUUrctS l':,rt 1 l.tly l'"mfi.-;nv. a : j-.ii.-r jiiuct, i u.,.:, ;icl.. fSay"Si?M in Ila!eij:1i and evt-rywhi-ie b all e"rui!t.(. Sale oF m State Chronicle. By vtr'.ne of Hcr'Mii in .r', .-' . , - a t i by th hroni- J-r l !l. ' -tijna7. a corporation t-" .1 .t;.!in- lHit. i corttert t'.t tiyX 1'-', p v ' . irs r- Qt r'is of t -e c(5ic o: 'tv-:' 'inly recorded in rftristrv of I v;imnFn!v' J'c,ok No. 1 3, ut Face 745. py Southern Associated Press fnf r,n. i ' VV VAAC UlKUtCb WAMVACX I - mi I c'ty n' M . he co"rt house door in the Indianapolis, lnd., May 11. ine partment from Mr. Baker, the new iiLvirX" Capital National Bank cf this city Mini8ter to Nicaragua. When last (iAii. 1 lift statement is i a c.i. ViQ oWHi i . i i i i i nil. . i r. 1. 1 1 1 .ira. i.iiu dia uj-. m.rL ",ulA"ul" maae tnai ine ciosmg ul ma uub.o inst e was at Panama waiting ior i . j i ,h.m Tifcuvrn&ft T n-r i . . . i . - l i - v., mownuui uivj- i -, W i-f i-q I ...... a steamer to taKe mm io iiiuaraua ffl' doors was made necessary by the 'sis HJCltl'('i P.easant P. Pender- failure of the Chemical National cmV..S!:..(,e?enW ai"t others, and -r,i f nv,a- loch wflfik. whir-.h institntion owed a capital of $100, 000. The bank also carried a large amount of the Premier Steel Works papers. The latter concern was placed in the hands of a receiver Friday last. 'M'.Htucaliy described in said moit hi'Vc. v " MONTAGUE, Att'y, N. U., May 6. 1893- John W. Evans, MANUFACTURER OF KUGGIES, HVfiUY WAGONS ' Httentlon tdvt.n to firing and Painting. port. A Crevasse at New Orleans. By Southern Associated Press. New Orleans, May 11. The first crevasse of the season occurred to day. Information was received this morning of the breaking of the levee at Like Port, Arkansas. The water from the break will flow into .The tlie Black River and Tensas basin. Her: A Train House Burned. By Southern Associated Press. T XT V Taxr 11 train nm and nower house of the Both streams are low and may be a x-; tja vuAfriA Railroad able to carry off the water of the uinuu I ion uBiuiiivvn.v...-. i - , , j -i which runs along the Lake Shore crevasse, xi wejr j uU.u u c .... I At,; L ...III n.KiihliT Kq nnnoin. 1 Ilc roo KiirriAil tn thfi Hi", lUClB will uiuuauiT wB.u- 1U1 nuvcim " " , i i i; Tl J ground this morning. Thirteen out eraoie iosbox x nf fnnrtP.en cars. 500 tons of coal Arkansas, but not necessarily any w - w i l ' i;riL m . If vr ': K'riJI F Ktylecf work soUclted, to n!e!'"iKt nr baW repairing and all the toob and appliances Instructed to Release a Murderer. By Southern Associated Press. LiIttle Rock, Ark, May 11. Sheriff White, of Conway county, states that he has received instruc tions from Prosecuting Attorney Davia to release Frank Hickey, the alleged murderer of Col. John M. Clayton. Hickey was held on the evidence of witness Burkhard, and bound over to wait the action of the grand jury, which will not meet until next Octo ber. No one believes Burkhart's story. The latter is still confined in the Arkansas penitentiary. Assistant District Attorneys Appointed. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, May 11. Attorney- General Olney has appointed S. H. Walker, of fii artinsburg, West Vir giuia, Assistant District Attorney for West Virginia; W. H. Mann, of Petersburg, Va., Assistant District Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. Surprised at Imprudent Remarks. By Cable. Rome, May 11. The newspapers of this city assert that Von. Bulow, the Prussian minister to the Vati can, visited CardinalRampolla, the lot c-i j j I uiuiai iw 0i uxBWv than for many 3 ears and it was bis P DuiFncD observation that the conduct of the irrussian government ms xxou- ,tudent8 ord, and the war, numbering 316. Oi these 53 are law students and 17 medical students. Mr. Scarboro says it was the uni versal statement of the citizens of Chapel Hill that the religious and moral tone of the students ia better ness had departed from the cus tomary limits of jirudence in his re cent political remarks to the Catho lic pilgrims from Germany. He was impressed that the stu- dent body feels responsible for the good conduct cf the University and hMder f-;r c.bn af. tl- eonr. ! sz ' i Wake county, :n KiloiS, .." .-ilJo ytLdty ct M i.v, a'. 1 o't-'oc (..:., tho following de r.t -1 j r';ert y. t -'. it: Thj re.vep;p-r pv.Wi.-ntd 1n tl;ec:yof S"! e'K. - ' 5 . u-.ilj til weiKly !ii.l?r tl,n n tn-e a: d -t i of t'je .Stat . ( s,yu:i k, u'ial't:.ety. ea prrs.'i'j, imjm 5 : - t-t-M.c-;, t:hi!'i.z t" e (iiitl ir-l!ejh, c :ixtnre. cilice lumitu'e rnai-inl--, u I , rtyte lennipi: 1 r aj-per-ainlti? to t 1 i 1 brr.nic'w Paoii5hlrs -ooipany, iiifc4 witi.. in;' pai-'r, or iaKiiy.iner.L-ennuttt - rth it, uml aifo the tubrit r'ft ion h-jut.-, ami advtrUiui' tKoli8. uol ws.l, fr;("ui-ti and coutract for nderti-icK oi fJuif r- ioration and newMfape"-. JOirKl'HUS DAM-I-S ."Ifirti The above s ie ! pvtrx ntd r.ntil Mon d? tbe 15. h day of Miy b.J, at o'clock ALb 011GAKIZED. We take pleasure in stating tLt Maj. il. H. liogeis, State Agent of tie Unit--d To he Hanged Today. By Southern Associated Press. Austin, Texas, May 11. Governor Hogg has refused to interfere in the matter of the execution of the death sentence in the case of Lut- is trying to aid the faculty in main- Panking and HuiMinc Company of taming the dignity and self ref-pect of the institution. Mr. Scarboro says the committee found that a warm feeling of co-operation on the part of the faculty exist? toward President Winston and that his progrt uve policy as the head of the trell and Carlisle, and they will be University is pre-eminently sums- Bateri Ii9cal AgeMt 1 J 1 , i. 01 I 1U1. UHUgeu wiuuiiow aii suciuiau, iui the murder Scharman in Grayson couuty. Richmond, Las organized a Hoard in Ral eigh with the fjllowi.ng oilicers arid directors: OmeKBP. Johi C Ihevrry, Prident: PtankU. Carpen'er, Vice-President: Henry K. Litchford, Secretary and Treasurer; J. llol'lins, Attorney; r.v rrd H. wbro dpstrnved. Loss is SbO.OOU, h'l Work Guaranteed COTcrod by in6UlianTce- 1 hi us ropre;med. The Home Rule Bill VJt hf e!f Rni BprlDRs kept in stock By Cable. h vh'uI i" f, iatct iwMw helonglng London, Yh'-w - . : 1,e touiid in my factory. ,. S f. ' : 0 'JriDVjrtsht, corner Moncau aDd uuiuiuu - " 'f'" w)h TV n rr t I 11UWC IV Appointments By the President. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, May 11. The Presi dent today made the following ap- May 10 The House of Puw- ""F-- T 6 i I : Lufonon tV,Triah Virginia, United States Consul at Si 1; b7a voS Amoy, China vice Edward Bedloe, ,244 tne motion of T. W. of Philadelphia, and John chelae BIOOQ ";-L rTinZrt .mbir of T.x. Collector ot Custom, for R..IMor . ".U Vffi ih.t the district of Brazos de Santiago. LM.aMVS I lurinuum lllUUi v""w " ... . the portion of the bill providing lor a second chamber of the Irish Leg islature be eliminated. 80r, ' hr i.30. Pcnd for descriptive . WILLUP1S' MEDICINE CO., Schenectady, N.Y. ad BrockvillcOnt, Away Ahead ofthe Record. By Southern Associated Press Bufiolo.N. Y. May 11. The New Fire in London. By Cable. London, May 11. A warehouse belonging to the Engineering com pany, situated on one of the Hull docks, was destroyed by fire today. York Central new engine 999 yes- It is believed tne nre was 01 mcen terday between Rochester and this diary origin as there have been citv made a mile in 32 seconds many fires in Hull 1 since thebegm- nual to 112 1-2 miles an hour. ning of the doc laoorers strise, - A A Failure In London" By Cable. Nondon, May 11. Hallett and Company, navy agents and bankers, have suspended. The suspension baa caused a sensation in military and naval circles at West End, as many officers are depositors with the company. World's Coiuinblau Kxposltlon Will be of value to the world by il lustrating the improvements to the mechanical arts, and eminent phys icians will tell you that the progress of medicinal agents has been of equal importance, and as a strength tning laxative that Syrup of Figs is in advance of all others. A Chicago Bank Falls. By Southern Associated Press. Cmco, May 11. The Columbia National Bank of thisjeity failed. Six points, out of many, where Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelle s are better an other pills: i rr-i 1 il - n. 1 . : ... The Best Wairons to be Had Rlsht Here lueXre lue in T?iiyh 1 to taKe little sugar-coarea granuiaxes i-k a . u.,:u that every child tak s readily. iiu.ii viijcow ui uiuuci, Yiiiv.ii uo ac; on no ermine, no disturbance ail oeen tnorougniy saturaiea in 3 Tbeir efrect ia8t8. There's no re oil, nicely painted and fully guaran- action afterward. They regulate or teed ? We are making them every J e'eanse tbe system, according to fcize of day at our factory on Fayetteville doe Btreet. Also if vou want your wag- i hey re tbe cheapest, lorineyre UIEECTOkt. J. A. Hollomon, JoLn V 'ac Hkh, Ii. II. Bradl-jy. William Himp-on, If. II. (Jreason, William K. Aish-hty. I. II. HugLes, W. II. Holloway. A I'l'BAl EBS. W V: AeLley, H. J5. reaon, J.ln Y. Macllae. Maj. U. II. Rostra, State Agent. I CAN'T WALT ! ons, carts, buggies, &c , repaired we can do it quicker and cheaper tnan any one else we know. When your tires get loose you can t afford to bwd your team and driver stand guaranteed to give satisacticn, or tbe money is returned. 1 ou py only for the good you get. o. Put up in glass are alwa s fresh 6 They care Constipation, Indiges tion. Bilious Attacks. Sick or Bilious around a shop all day waiting lor Headaches, and all derangements of tne a tire to be put on. e make epe- hver, stomach and bowels. cial efforts to do our work with dis patch. We make single trees, double trees, wagon tongues, (and will soon make) axe, pick, hammer and other helves; and we know we Kverett Klected. By Southern Associated Press. I've started to g:t me a f-n dreM and hat Where are you goin to tuy at? Indeed I think you are very illy to at-k such a quettion I'm goir.fj here I can grt ibe beat gool for the l?at money, hl1 "hit in at THE LYON RCK.KT .STORK. Oh! kt me ttll you, they Lave pood vei-t9 3 for 25c ; Far. lrom 2c. to .'0c ; Beltc and tirdks from f . to f.0c ; Per- Bostv. Mftv 11 A TfC(,urA of caiesniit w aista4'j. to l -'J 1 vr Jaliee; - ' j l ' . i n r . j-. 1 r . 'r. vntP m thi tPVPnth f!nntrr.S. ,',oou aisis xor uoys i-'C- can supply jou if you will give us a sional district givea Everett (Uem ) trial. We trade wagons for good timber. Don't forget new that you can get any thing in our line when you are in need. We solicit corres pondence and guarantee satisfac tion. Mills M'f'g Co , Raleigh, N. O. :j4 plurality. A full line wear. if MnV ihu L'ml;r- The Australian ballot fcvstem v,V.l go with e jump when it starts in this country. Apples, Oranges and Lemons at A. Dughi's. If you neel any .whif or .Siij.pcru that is the place to go, too. THK LY0X Kll'KET STORE, IS Martin Street.