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EDWARD JETER. REPORTER
Miss Bertha Martin, of Pulaski, is
visiting at the Duvnl House.
Blau ton Barnett, of Catawbu, vras
visiting in the city yesterday.
Maurice Jeter left yesterday tor Flori?
da, where he went in the interest of the
Southern Manufacturing Company, of
Mrs. Nannie Peak, of Lynchburg, is
visiting at Mayor W. T. Younger's.
Evangelist C. P. Strouse has returned
from Old Point Comfort, where he has
been holding a successful revival meet?
Geo. M. Dobyns has gono'ou a-visit'to
his old home in Floyd coooty.
Miss Julia A Withers died Wednesday
night at 11 o'clock at the home of R. L.
Campbell, of consumption. She will oe
buried tc-day from Mr. Campbell's home
at II o'clock. The iurermeut will be in
East Hill Cemetery.
EVERYTHING IS READY.
Durrant Says Ho Renlly Does Not Expect
to bo Hung.
San Francisco, Nov. 11.?Murderer
Durrant made a statement to-day. He
said that ho did notexpect to be executed
to-morrow. He expect s a reprieve at the
last moment. Everything is ready for
Warden Hale desires to give Durrant
every possible chance for .life. He will
consult by telegraph with Attorney-Gen -
eial General Fit/.gerald, who is n?w in
Washington,; before carrying out Hip
A BOY MURDERER.
James E. Jones Sentenced to the Peni?
tentiary for Life.
Moundsville, W. Vs., Nov. 11.?James
EdwaTd Jones, a iS-year-old coloreil boy,
was sentenced to the penitentiray for life
this aftenoon, hav.imr been found iruilty
of murder in the first degree. On July
20, in a spirit of revenge, be tied |Btunley
Mason, aged 7, with ropes, and with
switches, clubs and a hoe deliberately
beat him to death. He also beat Willie
Mason, a 3 year-old brother cf Stanley,
but the .latter recovered.
MOTHER M'KINLEY AN HEIRESS.
Warren, O., Nov. 11. ? Information has
been received here of a fortune in Scot
laud which is believed to belong to the
Campbell family, of which Mrs. McKlu
.ley, mother of Pr esident McKi'jley, is a
WILL NOT RESIGN.
Washington, N^v. 11.?Senator Liud
Hay, of Kentucky, will not resign, no
matter what demands are made on him,
according to a stnteuient by him tele?
graphed from Louisville.
BOBBIE DON'T LIKE IT.
Chicago, Nov. 11.?Robert T. Lincoln,
ex minister to England, has refused to
receive his new son in-law.
^ancy Baskets of fruits fixed up iu
?tyle at J. J. Catogni's.
W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 219 Salem
avenue, have had years of experience in
the coal aud wood business. They know
what is required in the business. They
have the largest and most convenient
yard in the city. They handle every va?
riety of coal sold in the city. They have
more shed room aud keep more teams
than any other dealer in the city. They
have polite an?1 accommodating drivers,
and deliver promptly coal and wood,
nice and dry, from their extensive sheds.
Their teams are all belled.
JUST RECEIVED.?1,000 pounds
Lowney's chocolates and bou bous at 50c
GREAT TREASURE FOUND.
Reported Discovery of $30,000,
000 on a Lonely Pacific Island.
Sun Francisco, Nov. 11.?The passen?
gers who arrived here on the steamer City
of Sydney declare that the buritd
treasure of Cocoas Island has oeen discov?
ered and that one of their number knows
where it is. He is Auuust Whidden, a
oartner of A. Gelsman, who left this port
about five years ago in the sloop Hayseed
to Fearch for the wealth.
This treasure, estimated to be worth
$110,000,001), was taken to Cocoas Island
from the Pacific coast of South America
during the troublous davs of the revolu?
tionary wars in the second decade of this
century, when the Spanish colonies won
their independence from the mother coun?
try. Many of the wealthy persons in the
towns, knowing that they would be
stripped of all their possessions if the
Spanish soldiers came itmong them,
placed most of their gold, silver and jew?
elry in the hands of agents, who trans?
ported the eutire property to the unin?
habited Cocoas islaid, where it was
buried. Only one or two maps showing
the place of concealment of the treasure
were prepared. Many or the persons to
whom the treasure belonged were killed
or die?* during the wars, including the
agents who buried it on the lonely Cocoas
rock, and it bns never beeu recovered.
BAPTIST MINISTER KILLED.
Shot by a South Carolina Whiskey Law
Columl ia, S. C, Nov. 11.?Detective
W. H. Newhold, of the State force, look?
ing after violators of the whtakay law,
shot and killed Rev. J. W. Turner, a
Buptist, preacher. Mr. Turner was in a
buggy driving to this city, and was com?
manded by the detective to halt. He did
not stop promptly, and whs shot. The
detective has fled to escape being lynched.
MACHINE WORKS DESTROYED.
Middlesboro, Ky., Nov. 11.?The Mid
dlesboro machine works und foundry,
one of the largest industrial plauts in
the South, was destroyed by lire to-day.
It employed 2-T>0 men and was being en?
larged. The loss will reach $2CO,000, and
is partly covered by insurance.
DEATH IN PRAIRIE FIRES.
Fort Worth, Tex. Nov 12.?Three
thousand sheep helongiug to John Don?
aldson and twenty head of cattle have
beeu burned to ieat*i in Crosby county
bj" a prairie fire which is sweeping o.er
tbo ranges of the Panhandle country.
Go to the Virginia Carriage Factory to
get your buggies and wagons repaired.
Beautiful baskets, new and cheap.
THE SURPRISE OF ALL
Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of
Jones He Sou. Cowden, 111., in'speaking
of Dr. King's New Discovery, says that
last winter his'wife was attacked with la
grippe, a"d her case grow so serious that
physicians at Cowden and Pana could do
nothing for her. It seemed to develop
into hasty consumption. Having Dr.
Kiue's New Discovery in store, and sell?
ing lets of It, he took a bottle Lome, and
to the surprise of all she began to get
better from first dose, and half dozen
dollar botties cured her sound and well.
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump?
tion, coughs and colda is guaranteed todo
this good work. Try it. Free trial
bottles at Massie's Pharmacy.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED 1.10 Plush
and Cloth Capes, also some Pretty
Jackets, from a trustee's sale. LATEST
STYLES. Guatantee to save von 50 per
cent. Call early and get choice. R.
SCHILLER, IS Salem avenue.
KILLED A PRIEST.
Dastardly Murder of n Catholic Priest iu
Philadelphia, Nov. 11.?Rev. Henry J.
McPake, rector of the Catholic Church of
tho Annunciation, Tenth and Dickinson
streets, was found murdered to day in
the rear of St. Paul's Academy, Ninth
and Christian streets, six blocks from
his church. The body was lyiug among
piles of ashes and dirt iu au areaway.
The priest's skull was fractured, his
nose was broken and there were bruises
on his forehead.
There is great excitement in the neigh?
borhood, as the people in tho vicinity be?
lieve Father McPake was sandbaaged
while he was walking along Christiau
street 'ast night and his body thrown
into the areaway.
A FOREIGN ORDER.
A Richmond Firm to Send a LargeX'on
signment to London.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 11?A Richmond
sash and blind factory yesterday received
au order from London, Eng., for 8,000
doors and a larKO quantity of sash. This
is the flrst order of the kind ever receiv?
ed by a Richmond establishment. The
concern Is given rates by the Chesapeake
and Ohio's steamship line from Newport
News of 31 cents a hundred, which en?
ables them to compete with the London
TWO BRUISERS MATCHED.
Chicago, Nov. 11.? rommy Tracy and
Kid Lavigne were matched to-day to
light in this city tho latter part of De?
cember. They will weigh in at 142
ON BLOODY GROUND.
Hayden, Ky., Nov. 11.?In a row over
politics here to-day .lohn Sebre shot'and
dillc1 Henry Davis and Henry's sister.
MUSHROOMS KILLED HIM.
Washington, Nov. 11.?Col. Achilles
de Vecchi, of 1035 Nineteenth street,who
was poisoned yesterday by eating mush?
rooms, died to-night. His daughter from
New York wns present.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
Chicago, Nov. 11.?The leading fu?
tures ranged as follows:
Wheat? Open. Close.
December. 02} 9:5?
December . IDS 20
December. 7.37 7.4<i
December. 4.15 4.22
Send your address to II. E. Buckleu &
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample bcx
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy iu action and are particu?
larly Hicctive in the cure of constipation
and t-ick headache. For malaria and
liver troubles they have been proven in?
valuable. Tnev are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action, but
by giving tone to the stomach ami bowels
trreatly invigorate the system. Regular
size 25c per box. Sold by Massie's Phar?
WOOD! WOOD:! WOOD!!!
For PINE or OAK woo A?by tho CORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING
STOVES or in BLOCKS FOR HEAT?
ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS
<& CO., 219 Salem avenue. Their belled
teams are always re*dy to deliver it.
Don't miss the Dress Goods Sale at
Knock's Bazaar, 34 Snlem avenue.
Go to the Radford Steam Laundry for
Pimples, blotches, blackheads,rod. rouch,
oily, motiiy skin, itching, scaly scalp, dry,
thin, and lulling hair, and baby blemishes
prevented by CUTICURA Soap, the mast
offectivo skin purifying und boautifyitig
soap in tbo world, as well us purest und
sweetest for toilet, bath, and nursery.
BoAt- U told throtiKhout the world. Fottib Dnio
Alt d CnRM. COS!*., Sole l*rop?., Boston, U. S. A,
our " I low to l'rcvcru Face Humors," mailed free.
rilCDVf UHMftD From l'lmplet to Scrofula cured
CVtKY ilUIVlUK by Cuiicma Bsueoiu.
A FAITHLESS LOVER'S SUICIDE.
His Fiance Had Killed Herself After Ho
Gynthiana, Ky., Nov. 11.?Leon Tay?
lor, a farmer, need thirty years, commit?
ted suicide last evening by hanging. He
was engaged to be married to Miss Mary
Rums on October 33, but left and was
not seen until lato on the evening of Oc?
tober 20.? Miss Berns, Andiug that she
had been deserted, attempted suicide
with a gun on Monday, the 25th. Her
mother took tho gun away from her. On
Tuesday, the 20th, she got a rope and
hung herself from a window and was
dead when found. Taylor brooded over
the suicide since, and had acted strut ge
Iv at times. He never explained why ho
deserteit tho girl.
BISHO P *T A LB OT CH O V>EN.
Rethlehem, Pa., No". 11.?Right Rev.
Dr. Ethelhert 'ralbot was this evening
elected bishop of the Protestant Epis
copal diocese of Cetnral Pennsylvania.
Four ballots were necessary to a choice.
Dr. Talhol is af. present missionary
bishop of Wyoming and Idaho.
All kinds of fancy baskets filled with
tropical fruits at CATOCN l'S.
The up to-date assortment of Clonks
and Capes at Euock's Bazaar is worth
your inspection. Their Plush Capo at
$2.9S and Astrachan Cape at $J1.4S aro
unusual bargains. Their lower and
higher numliers are equally reasonable in
OUR REPUTATION . . .
is as much a guarantee of the value of
the jewelry and silverwaro we sell you as
"sterling" is a guarantee that the silver
is 925-1000 fine. The silversmitli'sstamp
merely vouches for the quality of the
ware. Our name Insures you the pick of
the latest and most artistic designs. It
warrants the belief that you have receiv?
ed your nicney's worth. See our styles.
L. VOIGT, JR.,
104 SALEM AVENUE.
Is the Grade of Clothing We
Handle at Moderate Prices.
Finely tailored, equal
to custom make, perfect?
ly finished with the best
trimmings, and they fit to
perfection. The fabrics
are the latest in plaids,
in the newest shades,
$6.50, $8.50, $10-- pay
up to $20. Don't pass us
by when considering the
% purchase of an Overcoat
i for yourself or boy; 'twill
be money in your pocket.
Elegant Kerseys in the
newest shades, $6.50 up
Stormy weather Mack?
intoshes form an inipor
taut feature of our stock.
^4Ko, All new, all fresh, all re
range from ?15 to ?1~>.
Men's and Boys' Underwear.
We show an exceptionally strong line of
Men's Shirts and Drawers in all the newest
shades?Scarlet. Tan, and Natural Wool.
Prices range from 25c up to $2.50.
Bring that boy in for his new suit. A
great stock to select from. OUR PRICES
ALWAYS UNDER OTHERS.
Philadelphia One-Price Clothing Honse.
>manufacturers and DEALERS in?
Mouldings, Brackets, Shingles, Laths, Lime, Cement, Plaster,
Hair, Bricks, ?ash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc.
Office 1 lO Campbell St. 'Phone 174.
TO OUR NEW BUILDING
DOWN GO PRICES IN THE
We must clear our stock of
Cloaks within the next 20 days.
The room they occupy will have
to be vacated; therefore, we are
compelled to place such prices on
the entire stock which will in
terest everybody and move them
quickly. Persons who usually
wait until later in the season to
buy Cloaks should take advantage
of this greatly reduced price sale.
All this week
and for the
L50 Ladies' Jackets. .
100 Cloth Capes.
50 Plush Capes.
100 Misses' Jackets.
All to go at Cut Trices.
$8 Jackets for $5.75.
$10 Jackets for $7. 98.
$12 50 Jackets for $9 75
$15 Jackets for $11 98
LADIES' FINE CLOTH CAPES.
$5 Capes for $3 99
$8 Capes for $5 75
# $10 Capes for $7 98
$12 50 Capes for $9 75
$15 Capes for $11 50
PLUSH A* D VELOUR CAPES.
$6 50 Capes at ?4 25
$8 50 Capes at $5 75
$10 Capes at $7 ?.>8
$15 Capes at $11
$18 Capes at $14 75
$25 Capes at $18 50
$30 Capes at $22 50
$0 50 Jackets, 12 to 18
years, at $4 99
$8 Jackets at $5 75
$10 Jackets at $7 98
$12 Jackets at $9 98
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