Kaliib, N. C., January 31, lil
Kntrred at the I'o-t Office In Raleigh,
S. C, a wconil-f-la" mail matter.
Ttt Tf ar hlxy two Cam jm ofCon
fmtfrat Vett raim in the Hiate.
Thlv hroki Into th p at hoo
at WlnMUn--alfn Haturday and
stole tho provision that wen Id
UndMl for tl nriallp x patlonts.
Some udh h uggitd that a
law bm-nacted by thMpr.'iwnt l-gl-
lalurn to prvn Mr. Hpnlnhour
from changing hi politic during
tho noxt f ur ya 4 without permit
Hon from tl Hontt. F. D Wiiihton
and George H. Wblt.
WANTS $16,100 ALL IN COLO.
Hill IntriMlurwri In Koum hr Pearson of
Waka to I'ar Martba Monlwl ThU
Th Morning rnt ha the follow
ing to wiy of IIouho bill 100, which
wiw Introdurwl in the Houn Thurs
day by Mr. l'earwm of Wake.
The hill to wttle a debt due by
the State, to Martha Mordecal, exe
cutrix of Henry Mordecal, 1 of hi
torical Intentit. The bill amertM that
when Johnathan Worth liei-ame
governor in IM:i, the treanury was
nigh empty and for the purxiHC ol
meeting appropriation made by th?
ieginlature for the deaf and dumb
institution and insane asylum and
paying the iter diem of mem tier of
the l-glwlature, the treasurer Ixir
rowel of Henry Mordecai $1.'),000
on January :o, I ;:!. The bill Mate
that no ot Die all ruiii was
loaned to the htate for war puriHOH
and the tx-titloner exprethed the
llefttiat no pirt of the mini wanuwi
for any other purine than that above
A certificate of the indebted n'!H in
Hied and a statement in regard there
to made by the late Governor Worth
and other pflrs iron nested there
with. Applying the Hale of January
:5U, 1 H t V : t , the tH'titioner claims that
there wan due her o.i the 150th day of
January 11)01, the sum of $ in, KM) in
THE LW MAKEKS.
(Continual from Hecond 1'ag.
UAY BC IA10S.
TIm Ctr Train With troupe i
CaCtSTlASS C3T ALIO -10 T0CIC
M4 Um Umnr-r
tmT Matte mt IW
SIMMONS MEETS WITH OPPOSITION.
II U CrrdrntlaU to Im Held np in the Hen
aUt. It appears from tho action of the
Senate when the credentials of
Hon, V. M. Klmmons were present
ed before that body Monday that
the chit f ring master of the red
ehlrUrs will not have an easy road
to travel In reaching the sat !n
the United States Senate to whlch
he claims to bav bten elected.
When It was announced that th
credentials of Mr. Simmons had ar
rived Senator McConias, of Mary
land, movd that thev be reftrr- d
to tbw (Committee on PriviN gus and
Elections. St ua'or McComHS sal.i
he made the motion because the
North Carolina Senators Prltch
ard and llutlr, were out of the
chamber, and that had they be n
preser t they would have made the
motion to refer
Senator Butler Wednesday, aftor
statlngthat the "paper purporting
to be the credentials" of Senator
elect Simmons, were presented
Tuesday while he was out of Senate
chamber, effe ed a resolution for
the reference of that document to
the Senate Committee on Privileges
and Elections. He said he recog
nized that tne question was one
r quiring the attention of the next
Congress, but that he introduced
this resolution an a "notice" and he
a6ked that It lie upon the table.
BII LI IMHSKD
TI calendar was then takes op
ard d f U wiir bill pad:
b B 220. II B 1' C. to amud see
"o 2310 41 . the Cod, ao aa to
a "haa Hi . Q of sUnd4rd-kep-r
u Northampton county. Amebdxd
bv tbe H ua. Amendment eotiCor-
d io and the bill paaaed and vrd' r-
ed ti nr-lld.
8 B 293, H B 391, to incorporate
the O .d:buro O 1 Compaay, Fatd
aod ord ti d Drolld.
B B II B 403. Providing for
drawing of jury luta, etc, in Scot
land county. Paaaed and enrolled.
Toe next b II taken op waa but fur
relief of 1'. M. I) diioger, regiar of
lda ot Catawba eonnty, from tb
$100 penalty to h ch he had la d
niiualf liable lor iauin? a marriage
hceate to a girl under 18 years o
age. Senator J aaii-o explained that
the marriag hai prortd to be ote
fall of honahlne aod bap pi teas, aod
aa it itemed no one baa raid ant
objection to the marriage the bill
waa r aaaed
House The most important bills
Introduced are as follows:
Collins, of Haywood, to protect
fleh In Haywood county. Placed on
Calloway, of Watauga, to cbaoge
the county line between Watauga
and Mitchell countlta.
Thompson, of Onslow, to amend
chapter 173, laws of 1895 an act to
protect the cutters and sellers of
mill logs In Hyde, Pamlico and
Dean, of Macon, to incorporate
the Blue Ilidge and Atlantic Kali
Itelnbardt, of Lincoln, to Issue
bonds In aid of education and to
provide for the insane and pension
Bills passed second and third
8 B To incoip rate the South port
& Northwestern Railroad.
Bill to Incorporate the town of
Mapieton, Hertford county.
BUI to create a new township In
Haywood county, to be known as
Bill to extend the time to con
promise, commute and settle the
Bill to prohibit the dredging of
clams in Carteret c unty.
Bill to incorporate the town of
Merry Oiks, In Chatham county.
Bill to incuiporate the "Charita
Bill to amend chapter 17 of the
public laws of the adjourned sess
ion couitof Northampton, instead of
the Supreme Court, shall issue li
SENATE Vey few bills or ge I'Tal
importance were intrdaced in o n-
Cam., of Bladen, introduced a
bill to increase the number o f C anty
Oom mi88ionera of Wnupsou conn y
from three, the present nam be? , to
(If this bill should pass it would
ake the county government out of
.he hands of the ir-sent Commis
lonern, who were du'y elected, anH
ytu it in the h-inds of he Democrats
ho the people of Sampson have
itiid by their vote thpy do not want )
Mr Speight mtn daced a bill t
establish a bard of examiners for
public barbers. This is to prevent
the spread of barber'a itch, etc.
Klmberly, Friday, Jan. 25. A
train with troop and military
Htorea on bard waa waylaid and
captarwd by the Bowra, atHltjpkltjp.
r ear Foorto Stream, north of
Klooberly, this morning. Tner cap
tured a small pot of Dublin Faail-
lers.then blew ap a caivert and
waited for the train.
Pretoria. Jan. 2 The burghers
peac committee) has aant to Loots
Butha, com mander ln chief of the
iioer forces, to ascertain if he will
receive delegates to dlscu the
question of peace.
The B rs have summarily ex
pelled all the British, numbering
7U, from Kietersbnrg, fflTinr no
reMoa for doing so. The refugees
have arrived here.
Cape Town, Jan. 26 Twenty
Cape police surrendered to the Boers
at Deronsdale, north of Vrybnrg,
January 21, without firing a shot
Standertoo, Friday, Jan 25 The
Boers today blew np a cnlrert near
Qreyllngs'ad Dwet Is reported to
be In this district and Is said to be
supplied with dynamite.
Clan William, Cape Colony, Jan
20 - The Boer invaders, are room
ing over the country between Cal
vlnia and Lambert's bay.
A M-rA lnf a fl nu aaI si sa rwip
bubonic plague Is raging among
the Brl lsh troops in Cape Colony,
and many dea hs that are attribu
ted to enteric fever and dysentary,
are. really doe to plague.
Pekin, China, Jan. 2T.-Thre has) w
hfwa rrAit dlatTMA la the nroflna- ! . Ecwaa u corJ ry m cvl ha- ia
of Shanal, owing to the famlae, and
thousands have died. The conrt
has ordered rice relief to be leaned
la large q a an titles. A retort rvach
ed the foreign envoys that na'iv
Chriatians, snfferlag from the fam
ine were to be discriminated against
and to be punished if they even
begged for food. Mr. Conger, Sir
Ernest If. Batow and U. Hchon,
the United States, British and
French ministers, protested to
Prince Chtng and LI Hung Chang
against such discrimination, and
the conrt issaea an edict, dat- d yes
terday, ordering all relief officials
and Chinese soldiers to treat Chris
tlans exactly the same as other
throughout the eaaplre, nnder pen
alty of decapitation.
The foreign envoys consider this
a most Important decree if It is car
Fifty Ttiouaaad Swear Allegi
Hollo, island of Panay. Jan. 26 -Upward
of fifty thousand Fdipinos
have sworn allegiance to the Uni
ted States in Hollo province Thir
ty surrendered at Santa Barbara
BISMARCK'S. IRON NERVE.
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre
mendous energy are not found where
Btomaeh, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels
are ont of order. If yon want these
qualities and the saeeess they bring,
use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
develop eveiV power of biain and
body.. Only 25 eents. Sold by all
Sold by R. H. Holllday.
The State convention of the Con
federate Veterans met in Kaleigh
last night. '
A Chicago Flame.
Chicago, Jan. 26. Fire of a mys
terioos origin destroyed the big
wholesale glassware and crockery
store of Pitkin & Brooks, Lake and
8 late streets, this morning, caus
ing a loss of $550 000 Several fire
men were hurt by falling glassware.
Caucasian, Jan. 17.
The General Assembly, notwith
standing their pretentions to heheye
in white men md whitb men on
ly, had eignt colored men employed
as laborers aboa the balls of the
Legislature at $2 50 per day. These
colored men were brought to Ral
Iffh by the members from tneir
homes, and no doubt these colored
men rendered valient services in be
half of white supremacy io the An
gnat election. Tne employment of
these negroes was resented by the
white people aronnd Kaleigh to such
an extent that they have been set
aside and white men pat in their
The following call was circulated
arruid the oipital and on Fayette-
vule Btreet last week :
"Called meeting of White Saprem
"vninsc to tne fact tnat negroes
have been pat in office in the capitol
PREVENTED A TRAGEDY.
Timely information givtn Mrs
G xrge Lng, of New Straitsville
Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy
and saved two liv-s. A friirhtful
congh had long sept her awake eve
ry night. She had tried many reme
dies and doctors bnt steadily srfw
worse uatil urged ta try Dr. K ng's
New Discovery One bottle wholly
cared her, and he writes this mar
veloas medicine also cur- d Mr. Long
of a severe attack of Pneumonia.
Such cures are positive proof of the
matchless merit of this grand remedy
for curing all throt, chest and lung
troubles. Only 50 o and $1 00 Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free
at R. H. Holiday's drug store.
State or Oaio, Citt or Toledo, )
Lucas Coustt, i
Fbank J. Chkbnby makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Chibkbt A Co , doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and tnat said nrm will pay
thesum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-
L A KS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that caunot be cured by tne uae
of Ball's vsatakkh Cobb.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Lecem
ber, A. L. 1886.
ssal. A. W. GLEaftOJf,
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and acts directly on the blood and ma
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Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Dr. Caraon'a Bill to Amend tk Coaitita-
We give below a bill introduced by
Dr Carson, (Rep.,) from Alexander, in
the House last week. The bill reads:
'lhe General Assembly of North Car
olina do enact :
That sec' ions four, five and six o'
Article 11 of the Constitution of North
Carolina be and the same are hereby
abrogated, and in lieu thereof shall be
substituted the following:
Section 1. The Senate Districts shall
be so altered by tne General Assembly
of 1903, and after that at tbe first se
ion after the return of every enumer
ation ordered by Congress, that each
8-nate District shall contain as near as
may be, an equal number of inhabi
tants excluding negroes, aliens and In
dians not taxed, and shall remain un
altered until the return of another enu
meration, and shall, at all times consist
of contiguous territory; and no county
shall be divided in the formttiou of a
DistriC, unless such county shall be
equitably entitled to two Senators.
Section 2 lhe Bouse o' Representative-
shall be composed of one hundred
and twenty Repres-'ntatives.b annually
ch ? en by ballot, to be elected by tbe
counties respectively, according to pop
ulation, excluding negroes, aliens and
Indims nob taxed, and each cointy
shall have at lea-a one Representative
in the House of Representatives, al-
tnougn it may not contain the requi
site ratio of representation ; this ap
portionment shall be mad by the Cen
tral Assembly at the respective tinifs
and periods when the Districts for the
50,000 American Horaea and Mul for
the British Army.
New York, Jan. 27. The British
army omis or tne remount de
partment arrived on the Cunard
Line steamship Etrurla, en route
for Now Orleans, where each will
take command of a different steam
ship having on board about 1,500
horses and mules which Colonel
DeBurgh has been buying in Kan
sas for remounts in South Africa.
Altogether about fifty thousand!
American animals have been pur
chased for the British army in Africa.
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Every cotton planter should
write forourvaluablc illustrated
pamphlet, 'Cotton Culture."
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includinc many women and children,
broke through the ice on a large pond
back of Evergreen t emetry, Bro klyn,
today, and in the wild struggle for life
two ooys were drowned. The ice over
the centre of the pond suddenly sank
and the whole crowd was panic-strick
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Hobson, who has been confined to the
Presbyterian Hospital since December
l, irom an attacK oi typnoia rever was
Anarchist Kill a Gorernor.
Berlin, Jan. 26. A dlpatch from
Arion, tseigian Luxemburg, says
that Orban DeXlvry, governor of
that province, was assassinated
there today by a man named
Schneider who afterward commit
aaLBiOH, v. o.
Tbe Pablic Schools are oon opsnlng o?ei
the State, aod uill need supplies. Thcss
school books and supplies can b3 bad at a
discount to teachers and dealers froa
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same price as at shop.
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STORY OF A SLAVE.
To be bound hand and foot for years
by the chains of disease is tbe werss
form of slavery. George D. Williams,
of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a
slave was made free. He says: My
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she could not turn over in bed alone.
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fainting and diziy spells. This mira-.
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weak, sickly, run down people. Every
bottle " guaranteed. Only 60 cents.
Sold by R. H.IIolliday, Druggist.
by the white supremacy Legislate r,
it 18 necessary that the remnaots of (senate are hereinbefore directel to be
me r tiite ouprruiavy vjuub iioiu at laid out
Marshal and Posseman Killed by
Lexington, Ky., jan. 27. A dispatch
from Jackson, Ky , to The Morning
Herald states that in a bloody battle
with moonshiners on Elk horn creek,
United States Marshal Tom Hatfield
and Po-seman Simon Combs were kill
ed and Blaine Combs was captured by
the moonsh ners. Rufus Woo tan and
Ambrose Amburgy, other members of
the posse, were shot and wounded.
ratification and Ii fixation meeting
at once. Tuia meeting will be held
in front of the market House, Sat
urday evening, Jan. 12, 1901. Speech
es will be made by ail the white can
didatea who were defeated.
"Chromos will be distributed of
"Come early and be sure you are a
A Strange Experience.
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 26. Captain
W. T. Morgan, commanding the At
lantic Coast Line Railway steamer
No 37, at Pinner's Point, was to
day a raving maniac at his home
He was knocked senseless last
night by unknown parties, who
robbed him of eighty dollars, his
month's salary, and then threw
him Into the river. How he escaped
drowning is unknown He appear
ed at his home at midnight almost
frozen and witn a terrible gash in
bis bead, lie Knew nothing, and
bow he reached borne is a mystery.
Forgery Theory Disposed of.
Wilmington, N. C , Jan. 26 The
jury in the cas of Fowler vs Fowl
er in the Superior Court today
brought In a verdict for Mrs Zillah
Fowler, the plaintiff This dlSD03s
of tbe forgery theory alleged by thf
aeinaants. it Is undentood that
the case win be carried to the Su
preme Court on appeal.
8,000 Tor Mrs. Summerow.
Charlotte, N. C, Jan 26 The ju
ry in tho Bammerow vs. Barnch
case today rendered a verdict in fa
or of Mrs. Snmmerow for three
thousand dollars Mrs. Summerow
auegen that while shopping In the
defendant's store about one year
ago, an altered em clove of D. TT
Barnch, a dry eooda d altr accused
her of Bbop-lifttng. Tba case crea-
l conuaexaDie interest htrt,
Section 3. In making the annortion-
ment in the House of .Representatives,
a. ! . a
to ratin oi representation snail De as
certained by dividing the amount of
population of the State, excluding ne
groes, aliens and Indiana nottsxed, ex-
lu?ive or tnat comprenenaed witnin
those counties which do not severally
contain the one hundred and twentieth
part of the population of the State, by
tbe number of .Representatives, less the
number assigned to such counties. To
each county containing the said ratio
and not twice the said ratio, there shall
be a-s gned one Representative; to
each county containing twice the said
ratio but not three times the said ratio,
there shall be assigned two Represent
atives, and so .n progressively, and
hen the remaining Representatives
shall be assigned severally to tbe coun
ties having the largest fractions.
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P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Oa.,
suffered intensely for six months
with a frightful running sore on hie
leg, but writes that Buoklen's Arnica
8lve wholly cured it in ten days
For Ule-r, Wounds, Bums, Boils,
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world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c.
Sold by B. H. Holiday, druggist.
Effective January 14th, the Sea
board Air Liue Bailway, the only
line operating daily limited trains
to Florida, will put on its
magnificent new train, "Florida
and Metropolitan Limited," solid
from New York via Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington to Rich
mond, Raleigh, Columbia, Savannah,
Jacksonville and. St. Augustine.
Connections at Jacksonville for Tam
pa and all Florida points, and at St.
Augustine for the East Coast. This
train also carries Drawing Room
Sleeping car New York to Atlanta.
Leaves Boston 12:03 a. m., New
York 12:55 p. m., (from 23rd Street
Station Pennsylvania Railroad),
Philadelphia 3:29 p. m., Baltimore
0:45 p. m., Washington b:oo p. m.,
arriving at Southern Pines, N. C.
5:56 a. m , Columbia, S. C, 10:00 a.
m., Savannah, Ga., 12:25 p. m.,
Jacksonville 3:50 p. m., St. Augus
tine 5:00 p. m., Tampa 6:30 a. m.,
Charlotte 9:51 a. m., Atlanta 4:35
p. m. Connections are made both
at Miami on the East Coast and Poit
Tampa on the West Coast for Key
West and Havana. The "Florida
and Metropolitan Limited" is luxur
iously equipped in every respect,
with Pullman Drawing Room Car,
Compartment Car with Drawing
Rooms and State Rooms, Observa
tion Car, through Day Coaches and
unexcelled Pullman Dining Car service.
For further information, call on
or write to all Pennsylvania Rail
road offices, or representatives of the
Seaboard Air Line Railway at 306
Washington Street, Boston, Mass.;
1206 and 371 Broadway, New York;
30 South Third Street, Philadelphia;
207 East German Street, Baltimore,
1434 New.York Ave., Washington;
or to R. E. L. Bunch, General Pass
enger Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
The General Assembly of North Car
olina further enacts :
Thtt this amendment to the Consti
tution shill be submitted to the quali
fled voters of the Stat at the next reg
ular election for members of the Gen
eral Assembly under the ame rules
and regulations provided by law f -r
regulating general elections in the
State, and ac sua eleti m those per
sons desiring to vote for such amend
ment stall cast a written or primed
hallo' with tbe words : "Forthea ne'id
ment" thereon; nd those of a contra
ry opi ion shall case a written or prin
ted ballot with tha word: "Against
the Amendment" thereon.
Th result of aaid ele-tnn sh 11 be
ascertained and declared in the manner
f bat ma be pr vdi f "r ascertaining
and declaring the result of elections for
toe ovv;rnor and otn -r state officer.
That said amendment shall be in
force from and after its ratification.
BURNING AT LAKE CITY.
Costly Ballot Box.
Washington, Jan. 26. The Presi
dent was today presented with the
ballot box used by the California
electors for casting their votes for
President and Vice President. The
box is constructed of California
woods. It is a . beautiful piece of
work and the gold on it is estimated
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NOTICE OF SEIZURE.
Notice is hereby given of seizure of
the following property for violation of
tbe internal revenue lawa 01 the Uni
At Edward' Dec. 1, 1900, by C. M.
Babbitt, Deputy Collector, one Colt's
repeating rifle and one breech loading
double-barrel shot gun, as property 01
At Hamlet, Dec 19, 1900, by W. A.
McDonald, Deputy Collector, one keg
corn whiskey, 10 gallons, as property
At Kelford, N. C, Dec. 25, 1900. by
M. L Wood, Deputy Collector, 3 pack
ages corn whiskey, 71.5 gallons, one
copper still, 120 gallons, s copper caps,
2 copper pipes, 1 copper worm, fermen
ters, &c as property of R II. Norfleet.
At Whiteviile, a. C, Dec. 24, 1900,
by W. J. button , Deputy Collector, 1
barrel case good containing 100 pint
flasks, 60 pint flanks and 1 box contain
ing 2 gallons in pint and pint flasks,
about 14 gallons rye whiskey, as prop
ertr of Watkins chinck.
Persons claiming tbe above property
will file their claims with me in my of
fice within SO days as required by law,
or tbe came will be forfeited to the uae
of the United States.
E. C. DUNCAN,
Collector 4th District of H.C.
By J. P. H. ADAMS,
Deputy Collector, Raleigh, N. C
January ih. 1901.
of The South.
The Direct Line all points -
Strictlv FIRST CLASS Equipment
on all through and local trains; Pall-
man Palaoe Sleeping cars on all night
trains. Fast and safe schedules.
Travel by the Southern ana you are
assured a safe, comfortable and expe
Apply to ticket agents for tleae ta
blet, rates and general information, or
Rates : $2 : to : $2.50
M. 8. JAMES, Proprietor.
M. 8. GREGORY, Ma nag
Fifty Thousand Goples
. I Of TURNER'S N. C. ALMANAC will be laaued for the Year 1901.
To advertise Is simply to make known, who you are, wtxere you are.
and what you have to sell. How to do this effectual 1 j, and at the small
est possible cost Is the problem for you to solve. The failure to obtain
desired res alts from advertising Is due to the way some people do It, and
they Invariably say "It does not pay." The judicious way is to use a
medium that has reputation, circulation and permanency. Turner's 2f .
C. Almanao has been the State Standard for 64 years, and baa an annual
circulation of 50,000 copies, and remains a standing advertisement (or
a year. Advertising rates upon application.
ENNIS PUBLISHING CO, RALEIGH, N. a
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
(No trouble to answer questions)
8. H. HARDWICK, G. P. A..
Washington. D. C.
NOTICE OF SEIZURE.
City of Raxzigh, Waxx Courrr.
N. B. Broughton makes oath that he Is of the firm of Edwards A
Broughton, Printers and Binders, doing business In the city of BaJsigh
and that tbe said firm have made a contract with the Exsist Pcauaa
lng Company to print 50.000 copies of Tomer's N. C Almanae for the
THAD C 8TURGIS, year 1800. N. B. BROUGHTON.
Sworn to before me and in been bed in my
presence, this the 27th day of August, A. D.
1900. W. M. Rrss, Clerk Superior Court,
by VrrauTius Rotstxb, Deputy Clerk.
PEACE INSTITUTE MID COIiSEnIORY, kamicm. x.c
A thnrouirri school of h!r-fT Smt Ormr ofCl
C ade for girls. In I'lne
Success of Mr,
Bryan's . Paper.
A special from
ka, says :
Mr, Bryan has got the better of
one trust. The news agencies had
placed orders with him for 10.000
copies for his first issue, expecting
to handle the Nebraska trade. Mr.
Bryan supplied local newspapers
at Lincoln, Omahaw ' and other
State points a day ahead. The agen
cy trust has entered a protest The
demand for the Commoner contin
ues and new subscriptions, at the
rate of one thousand a day, are be
ing bo iked. All ot the fifty thous
and printed of the first edition have
been exhausted, and 15,000 more
Mr. Geo. Fleming's Two Younger ChU
dren Burned to Deata.
Lake City. Fla.. Jan. 26. The resi
dence of George Fleming, agent of tbe
htabord Air Line at watertown, was
burned this morning at S o'clock Mr.
r isming, m wiie aia oiaescenua were
The Secretary of State on Saturday
issued a charter to The Henry T Hicks
Company of this city with a capital
atock of $15,000. Tbe time of the cor-
K oration is to be thirty years and the
usiness conducted the manufacture
and sale of all kinds of drugs and chenr-
badly homed, and the two younger ieals and the conducting of a general
cfcUim turpsd to dutb,
S. A. L. SPFCIAL RATES.
Mardi Gras Celebration, New Or
leans, La., February 14-19, 1901.
On aocount of the above .occasion
the SAL Ry. will sell round trip
tickets from all points to New Or
leans, Ls, for one fare for the round
trip. Rate from Kaleign, N. c, will
be 25,00. Tickets to be sold Feb
ruary 12th to 18th inclusive and
for trains arriving at New Orleans
not later thon 12 o'clock noon of
February 19th. with final limit
Mardi Gras Celebration, ' Pensaco-
la, Florida, Feb. 14-19, 1901. -
On account of the above occasion
the SAL Ry. will sell round trip
tickets from all points to Pensaco
la. Fla.. for one fare for the round
trio, rate from Raleigh will be $22
95. Tickets to be sold February 12
to 18. inclusive and for trams ar
rlvine at Pensaeola. Fla.. not later
than 12 o'clock noon of Feb. 19th,
with final limit March 7th.
WTMTXK TOUBIST BATXS.
Winter tourist tickets on sale to
Old Point, Ya-, rate from Raleigh
$7 60 to Southern Pines. N. C $3 50
and to all principal points In
State of Florida.
. For further particulars regard
ing trains and general Information,
address ? :
H. S. Lkard, T P A,, Hamlet, N C.
C. H. Gattis, C F A T A, Raleigh,
N;0. - v i 'V.V--R
E L Buvoh, Gen. Pass. Agent,
R L VERNON.
T P A CT A
Charlotta. N C Raleirb. N C
notice is nereoy given 01. seizure 01
the following property for violation of
tbe internal revenue laws of the United
At Allison, N. C , of A. A. Muse, Jan
uary 8th, 1901, 2 packaages corn whis
key, 25 gallons, by Deputy Collector
W. A. McDonald.
At Summerville, N. C, of A. A.
Sloan, January 12, 1901, by J. P. H.
Adamo, Deputy Collector, one copper
still, 75 gallons, cap and 2 worms, &c ,
190 gallons corn whiskey, fermenters,
At La Grange, N. C , of J. K. Aid
rid ge, January 9 and 11, 1901, by J. D.
Grim" ley. Deputy Collector, 3 packages
T 1 AAA 1-
corn wnisaey, w.y g 10ns.
At Wilson, C , 01 W. r. Lester by
M. L. Wood, Deputy Collector. 1 pack
age corn whiskey, 15 gallons, January
At Wilson. . J.
h f T. Wnnd. Donutv
nary 11, 1901.1 package corn whiskey, oePE minit tbe eatat
I flTt.linx A? I UUIUUIUI1CB. U iiro tlUUVU k'uuv.. tou. WW . w.m- 41.. tAL.
Tbe State llornal ani Mistrial
OF NORTH CAROLINA
Offers to vounsr women thorough
literary, classical, scientific and indus
trial education and special pedagogical
training. Annual expenses $9i to
$1S2 ; for non-residents, $152. Faculty
of 80 members. Has matncuimieu
about 2,000 students, representing
North Carolina so
timaU wkool of wrkiem I
IMawlddi. A. MM Prte.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
f..J , i ilmiai.lMtn if
., of wile, rtAnji
40 gallons, wooden sti I fixtures,
ana $438 92 in money, in lieu of prop
At Hemp, N. C, of A. A. Muse, by
W A McDonald, Deputy .l!ector, 2
packages corn whisk-y, 81 6 eallons.
one copper & til , cap and w irm, fermen
ters, &o , January 17, 1901
At Snow Hill, N . !., or J. J Potter,
byJ. D. -4rimsly, lepity Collector,
January 18 and 19, 1901, 10 pa kasres
spirits and 70 bottle, containing 396
gallons, one copper still, 11" gallons.
cap and worm, ferne ters, &c , 6 pack
ag s c-rn whiskey, 238.8 gallons.
At Littlet n, N. C . January 21, 1901,
by R. J Lewis, Deputy 'ollecior, 2
jugs, 7 gallons corn whiskey, of Al -x.
At Franklinton, N C , January 19
1901, by J. W. Perains, Deputy Collec
t r, 3 pacages corn whiskey, 8 gallons,
of J. H. Harris
At Selm. N. C , January 23, 1901, by
J w rvrkins. oeputy . 01 lector, 63
quarts, 56 pints and 51 tint bottle'
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snouia De maae oeiore Auguac l. 01 .u --thtt 2rd d..of l
Correenondence invited from wos uoaersignr-nn:iti
desiring, competent trained teacher lecen .ber. i'. "recovery .
For catalogue and other lniorroauon win oe ; rT. " 1 ui
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PROF. J. Y. JOYNER,
Dean of College
CBA8. D. McfVER. Prei4ent
7.. indtttMl to said
please make immediate paynnt. Thia
the ra aay . a.
B. SMITH'S COLLEGE. IEX!CT0. Kt,
Anyooesend- ""' " v . .vZTk.
uv of Selma Dispensary
Pt-rsans claiming the above property
will tile their claims, with me in my of
fice within' 80 days as req ir-d by law,
or the same wi.l be forfeited to the use
of tha United States.
E C. DUNCAN,
Collector 4th District of N. C.
By J. P. ti. ADAMS,
Deputy Col ector, Raleigh, N. C.
January 24, 190L
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