Burlington News, October 20, 1887

Burlington News

October 20, 1887

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Issue date: Thursday, October 20, 1887

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Burlington News, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1887, Burlington, North Carolina VIGT CLAPP ISLET. Editors ard Proprietors. VOL. I. TH rH i K T( 20. Price cents per copy SI per year. XO. 13. ;r tL.t thi- t T. i AI: TU.: run" orTIIr. A i LANCASTER. ninl Cjuatirr-. font b> a Car. Hi- Ilri'iil. ijn uf :ciu TMO U urr' ct fallen. and a Tlie Rencled BY HATH AH D. URKER. i. '.L U 1 J :i i., r. I v L---I- the IYv-i- th" :i S. C., A --r. f tl.-L> I'V ...I, I :_ f tbe i: 1 t; wL: -h MI r.> t" 1 til it froUllfl t-.ir Ih.- ru! i I them .-i-ri in ,a.', ty .1 '-'-T.t of wife e i if I'aruai-.i 1'n-t- -nt. :ti-. f two arl :i. tl--1 thirty It La.- lUuMiiiintu' r. villutn. and L- a work of art. is -is fttt ii: Knjth. with lor- at ihehiail is an allegorical ri j.r union of tUe two cv: fullott lad the tJ.u-k. th" 4.ci iii.-r.T. w 1 loi'Ie who :ntLe jam. fiuri-f the iDJunri do March-coat." J solidity of the mishap. Tho She made a pause, and there was a long, crushed and flattened into anbible breath taken all over tho room. underneath her. and only a plaintive, half- Two points were at conclusively es- smothered croak or Iwo testified to be'p- tatlished by the witness. The last visitor less protest on thn part cf its gifted to the library (.and presumably the mur- cupant. dereri had made hi? way to it "through tha Eichard Dixoc, with aaother exclaziatica house, and r.ot br the window; and that vis- very like an oath, extricated tho bird, whilw itor was unaiistakably De Marchaioni. tho Mrs.Mingles, red and anjjry, was asL.-t-.-d tion. after which I couldn't mako out the bridecroom, whether ho was idee- J to her feet by now, however, i tical with tha tiist visitor or not. j Appeared to be more concerned about tha over- "State what von. overheard, "said the cor- bird than anything hastily witn- m T _ _ __ _ ble to "Only a lie spoka loudly only twice: once at the outset, directly after his cry of astonishment: once moro at the clos-s of the xrat tlie first yoa overheard-" "Sorm thing like God! are you risen from the dead.J' That vas all. There seemed to bt ,ome sort of explma- I- 1 o r -a !y It i: ,t )'.vn ho'.v ih.- wii.d an 1 th t! ;-et H-ath. Sj ritu- i- very >n-il- to the j t-ral.1-. Th had The narues of; hou.M-an 1 only on K.v-vhaiilise vivin.tl and, it Tiitrre jiro'oably or L-stboaght, if aay others wi-tvhuit, thiir in-1 u-a thousand dollars worth ..f in the jt-ri.-, wi-re j cf which 1 It ii't-sum-jd railroad had in A fauna >Ulp AOrr. iuranci' on the i-otton on its platform. How Early in the mominR the CritUh much sustainel other merchants HugL-eniJeu lyhjg at her irharf ia Savannah. J from in in ii net Iciiorrc. Ga.. was discoven--! to on fire. All the At thl> time the -atire lois of property will of the bat' pro'oatly ix-ach 01 their work was of httleavad. Tae cotton in; Our ojtton buyers nave mean.-, an-1 thLuch a I: 'Hie as is the of United Seaatcr: fruai t'u-Mjath i- tht-ir un- remain at after i What were the next words you heard Mr. Dixon It was just before th-? weat I heard Grandfather Dixoa stamp on the floor, say, my oner. i drew with Eunice, showing signs of "I overheard but little from De Mi.rr-h- iSry. in her arms. moat, sn Mr. Diion saeiueJ to do most of "DOC stroked and pettod Polly, and, rnak- a perch of his finger, flirte- lier sooth- up and down: bat she was evidently for. RufEed. crippled, aad def Loaded over the British unrnp. Kate ravvwtt, lying i For tbe Hushenden. and pcure-1 water in-' A from Kansas City, Mo., says: l-avirg cr.ce lived Senators i to the hold of the vessel This was kept up An train on th..- Missouri Pa- Call, cf Florida. Fuch and Morgan, of Ala-' until'.' when tho ship's for-1 '--1-'- Jlaih-ooJ, of jxisienser l.sir.a. O-i-SrvlLof Jones, of wani apartments were tlooded. The fire was I left Mo., crowded Arkar_-as. from the nmtin-.'-i to this -action, of In- -liip, "ith for City. NearRock under the deck .al? tlaj -ince ly having ragwl no right to expect it. after all this decep- greatly excited and surprised the old gen- she looked very much aa if phe had passed. tioa. Go aw.iv! Doa't dare to corae here tleman, aad then to xaake sotne ilem-ind head tirst, throush a patent that angered him further. Once I its- wringer. One ere was permanently filmed, member Mr. Diion crying out: -Merciful the other blinked pathetically, and sho Heaven! Can I teally have harbored such could onlv crane out her neck and give u'.- a disguised villain under my roof And then, 'What, you ungrateful hound! Do you eipect me to accede to a ds- again, sir." I think I remember the words correctly. After that there was another aob. or groan; thea tha door opened and shut again, and then I heard Grandfather Dixon sink into his easy chair, with a sigh, as though left to himself a you "What did you do ________..__________ "I book oa the floor, and lay enough for me to hear: 'Oh, yes you there thinking who the man could have Don't be excited: you've got to do jc teraaca to a few despairing croaks. "Poko her up'." cried Jocelyn, seizing a Talking-stick from of iur the way Mr. Dixoa usau jp has t toP wmcti is a memory." i clav Lcucd trgetfcer of veg-.-ta mont would only siy now and then, loud TJOC snatched tha bird awav. but too late wilL' i i the train was tole- S.aieof th.-iri makeup all sort- "f aft of the te-.-jmlforward hatch. n-ar by the Wichita express, fcr nmainiiii. while other> frankly assert The had five thousand bales on o: .-i-hteea all that like Itetter than a.iy j and was neprly reailv to clear, is '--aileiL other place to i.> Ai r my at Without t-.e "nly gr-rar more pale nt-l tri'il-l. -1. additioa "Ah. th; windi-A 1 then to Lulu's window and looked out. It is directly over the library nny of lt- -t'5 so good thit I'm i window. I saw .1 man jump out of tho to p.ir the forfeit for the libr.iry window, and po acro-s the lawn to- i, ward the river, it was snowing fa-t, I "f Jt' A could tLe outlin-'S of bi -r id DEAR M.VDAJIE opinion ia to the the the f "Will yon an--w- r my .ju-'stion, or th" coror.rr sharj.lv. "It a dark. the coronas, k whoa -h" had h- r-cif, "You ili.i rcco-.ve an im- Ix'cn cjm- rnitt -ti.-" -ir' I .ilil'nt know -ab.it to .-ol articlt-i, p.-rn-.it to the THE rs ur.f Co Per. THE TA3IPA EPIDEMIC. >Ix nnd Two Hpnlh-. (Inr IJrnth nl Cflatka-Jackaontiltrtluarsn'r llort Pulaika- A despatch from Fla., .-ays: The fact that a death from yellcw fcrer had occurred in PalatUa Ivecarne kcown bore. The prcs-ident of the county bcaru im- mt-tliately dechired qi-arar.tine fgauL-t Pa- latka, out a -jr-.-cial train with offi- cers to stop the trains at the border of county. A train was met at Orangf Park and all p-rocs firm Palatka s--r.t Ijack there on a special train. Ri gid quarantine been tstabli-h'd on mi! and on river, ana it is not thought that the fever cac reach Jacksonville A to the- Times frv.rn Tanrxi says there Lav.- r-'-w and two deaths. Dr. rt. rnn J Key West hare ar- nve-l. BV Thr I'atc of the No Ijiveit AdL-ratch from Wilmington, X. C. says: Tlis Gulf Strvani, Cant I'caning- ton. which arrivi-.! h'-re Saturday morning from York, when off Little Egg Har- bor, aiwitti o'clock last Tliurahiy morning, collied with the steamer E C. Knight, Capt Young, b-iunil fur Wa.-hiagton. D. C- to New York. the hitter ui t wen- m' tokeaoff the 5 and brousht to thu port b.r ulf T1" lo. m that mth acwption of Capt Young, who leaves fo- Washington. No live-, wen; lost sr.'! u Gulf Tl.et world Tbr t'otioo tai visible of cotton for tho s I bal'-i, cf which r- American, nnd 7 !-ai--i respectively, last jx-ar. The receipt-, al a'! the thf interior towns, are 177- nt the plantations nrc and the in -ight Ls 1. Thr York Hank. MET. Yi r.K, Teevre-kly Kank f-illo'-ving changes; Re- >erve. loan-, Th-1-aak-r.'.w .--nt ruM. He I A ig any ;rit- of .y ,.f this itr Out. -ti.n F. a TIio Ailoal .-.ur.'-: rn th- tth ar.' a t- I r.a- mar.} I men in tl. i in- for h many m wrvt-n. rbiMr-'n and -Vnr.y nr. at No parti.-.ii.-.r- are a-the wire-are Tut trial for-po.Vi of "hr.t Ji.-Vrov.nl viy it i.- to IK -ilr. ru.iy l a took on a of "IhiVisfooaV.uid." s-iul the co-oner if von JLo coronrr his 1 U; ..ep into the ball fora rnoment f l fbject: CZC-U Ixiwed, with an srailff and the room. But :b.j ipcll, if was any. remained upon nriL-ice. She indeed, a sort of MJ-'U of relief tlie door closed upon stewanl. but connected v.-jth tlic !r_7it other-. The hrit-f in-ncctinn of the boat, hvit np: wbere-Ji.on the also arose. tha party on the trii and i i, :3 f "IJ. foie 1 t mr I my ono cl-'e." continued 1 "i to and rule a jn [id not A PrUoncr D. Ft. wa.- d-.nvictc-l in tL- of his frirn L L on chat j the family he rctirc-l to Li- -i nlnut 1" At in the s- rvcnt wa- to h.- k nrx-k, an -n of sa-. Hethcii wont in ft -..i..l Mr. 1 It r in the ins 1 foam- rui 1 the ilown. br.d cut the za> on afterward-Dr. Tolrey tho. e. and Mr. in a Tlie galvanic was nppli.sl. without j.rciiurins thett-ireil H'.- remained unti. 7 k in the Lolieved th-ro i- Icr i A Bound to be Consister.t. side arcor.llnj hi- ha c.'iuld live than three days. d.iv-. rr.' n.i Dor.': talk Tcr, he to tu hitti in a 5-itT- the word-; .s tvaut I Death. Hold p.asd of .1 person dead 1'cforc a or other .irtiScial lig'.it, with the ono tl.e and look through tlv ire- tho najrcrs toward tho If the poison i-; living, a scarlet Mr. Rol.ert Oarrett has rcanied the re-i-1 rtd c V.or socu tvhcrc the fingers dency of the Bi-lumore and Ohio ilailroa.l touch each to the still circu- Comtsiny. ar.d the res5gnationr.tras a- c pte.1. tluid blood, as it shows F Burns will continue to Act as prc-iiler.t thr tne bnt njt yet con- until theannualnieettog. lffc ja t__it___ _ I nhpnomcnon W Hobrrt tiarrrtl rordhaci N i pbcnoaicnon ;