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t,.:b,N.C., March 28, 1901
j..i,tT- at Ui I 'ft UfHre in Raleigh,
N . '., a 'i-nnil-rlH'i mail matter.
MR. R. A. COBB DIES SUDDENLY.
.11 s. nwlcm on llewalt Itatwma tb
Htort mill hi TToiu.
.Vorganton, N. 0. March 27. Mr.
1. A O'bc, furn.t r Ktate Librarian,
ffi h-iiPf H-t on ti e Mldewalk re
tv th HtofH arnl M home lat
Ultfhl HliDiit. Ill ,t) aiclock ll wan
carrwd rioriiniid expired a few n.0-in-i,trt
liit- r. Tim taune of death I
kuiiihi Id hiivii ben heart fail
ure. A ll.rr(ln l-atti.
NhWi ami Obtirver.
ltijir Ht-ntal I ve Stuart, of Har
nett, 1m in tho ll tfclU of the
hornblo ! at li In that tonnty of
All km A ii n n M jrrln, daughtt-r of Mr.
An.ir.tw MurriH. Mr. Morrin hm In
olio pait of vho f1ld at work. J I 1h
il'tughtrr noticed that tho fence
wan on lint in an oppoMito part ol
tho llvM. ami wi-nt to extinguish
tli IUiiw. 11. r iln-fs caught fin
ami nho (lii ii without hlp. Cum
in U' bou'i from the field, Mr. Morri
In ant a noise In a ditch, and found
bin u;hik. t.T, her clothes, burned
utr, lying hi tho ditch dying. Kh
lvl jr(k)Hi.l Houhl tho ditch hop
ing tiirtt it contained water ho that
hho could extinguish the Ilames.
.NuTo lilown Open.
Hurglara blew open the safe ol
the .southern Expr HM Company In
Kaleigti Monday nlht, but were
frightened away by the noise made
by the explosion, and left without
securing any fo'joty. Tho burglar
entered trie office by the rear door.
Ttm 'Xplciivo uaed was dynamite,
and ho largo a quantity was used
that too door to tho 8a fo was de
mollidu'd and the windows of the
building were shivered. The ex
ploHiuii.H Hhook all the bouses for two
block on Faytttevllle street. The
burxiarn, ran out tue back way and
b it the City by the way of Hargett
Old Man lturiieI to Death Near
Charlotte, N. C, M&rcli L8. News
reacLo l berw of the bunting to death
yesterday alU moon of an aged whitt
luau named Brock in Cabarrus coun
ty, 'k'ho th'dy was liually fished out
of tlio fi r by meau of barbed-wit
hooki;. It wad too late, the bead rl
the old uiau luv.aif been burned cfT.
It is tupposcd tuAt Mr. Broek wett
to ul' p before the Are and that tht
lire ncp;.ed out, FotiiDg to com bus ti
bl luaiorial a tout huu.
Fire In Winston Jail.
Wiusio'-Halt m, N. C, March 23
IneoHo xt'itcuiMit was created this
evening by lire breaking out in the
jil. The priKtiLcrn became terribly
alaruud and wve taken out through
the tni ho nrihU'Bg. One colored
man 1 iju L'3 reason aud had to be
ckvumI to lh'. towu loik-up. It was
thonftjt for a timft that one prisoner
timl 8?aped, bat thin was a mistake.
Tee tire, viae languished before se
rious d.nmace va done, though eon
sideiav'li viater vaa thrown on the
A Dun on tt Postal Card.
Wiiuuiucton, N. C, March 23.
For trjlnsr to collect a small debt bj
post 1 card and threatening trouble
if ir a not paid, N. Bxloy White,
ef Muxtor, w:i3 atrcsttd last night
by pos-tfnoe inspector Jere Connal
ly for violation of th Federal stat
ntetn aud held under $200 boud for
apneoraoott at the Fderai Court here
io-ra Wreck SJupply Train.
Standorton, Transvaal, Colony,
Friday, March 22d Four hundred
Hoers under the Boer commander,
Byers. h.i e wrecked a supply train
north of Vladklaagte. They over
powered the escort and carried off
Meveral wagon loads of provisions.
A convoy destined to Join Gener
al French's column has been at
tacked between Blood river and
Seheeper's nek, Transvaal colnej.
The Bntl-h bad one man kllltdaod
throe wounded. The bridge at Blocd
river was burned
Tho Secretay et Stato has issued
a charter to tho Fayettevllle Wll
ralngUm Steamship Company with
a capital stock of !f2o 000; the incor
porators being E. VV. Cooke, New
York; W. J. nolt, W. II Morgan,
Fayettotlile, and R. I. Gray, of
Guilford. Tho company Is author
ized to oporato a steamboat Hlg
from Fayettevllle to the mouth of
the Capo Fear river and eastward
as far aj New York.
See the advertisement of Daniel
Allen & Co., elsewhere In this Is
sue. They are the new and progres
sive shoe dealers of this city ana
you should Inspect their stock of
shoes bt fore buying elsewhere.
Miss Sallle Walker Stockard's
3 new bojk. "The Lily of tho Vallles,"
a dramatlztlon of the psalms of
Solomon Is now In the hands of the
4 printer and will be put on sale In
la few days. Miss Stockard Is the
! author of "The History of Ala-
Spread of the Plague.
Cape Town, March 21 The bu
bonic plague continues to spread
there. There Is an average of G fresh
cases ofllcially reported dally.
We ca l tho attention of our read
era io tne new advertisement or
Dobbin Si Ferrall which appears in
another column of this issue. Be
ure and give them a call when you
noea anything n their line.
I me weather Bureau states tbat
Snow occurred In this State on eight
days In February, sleet on eleven,
log on six, solar halos on seven, and
tales on eight. The average nura-
oer or clear daj s was sixteen, partly
tloudy six, cloudy six and raiay
uion mo. ir hntvmeara von
tell the gentleman who "Jtwt left
that Von 'WOnld viih nnr Ttanrfa
jof the whole affairf" 'Well!" in
on ao, may I hope that
n4 try mv naient Rnanl
sr r -
Judce bymums speech.
A Htronc Plea la Drns of .lattices
ItoagTla ao4 Hurt-!.
We print blow the penlng and
closing paragraphs of Judge By
nam's speech, the flrt delivered
In defense of the Impeachtd Judges :
Mr. President and Senators Th
learned counsel with whom I am
associated hare directed jne to
speak the first word i a the defense
of these respondent. I am to speak
to the senate of North Carolina sit
ting as tbeult)mte tribunal of th
Btat, presided over by the Lluten-
ant Governor, In behalf of the Chief
Justice and an Associate Jus ice of
the Supreme Court, who have b ec
arraigned b-f sre oj charged by
the House of H- present stives with
the cooimlsslon of high crimes aud
misdemeanor In ofllc-. Ii a con
troversy of nuch vast iinporlanre
to the accused, Involving their rep
utatlon, their honor and their fat
ure usofuluess, aud to the St te tho
freedom and Independence of Its
Judiciary It Is natural that 1
ihould fee some embarrassment In
asuummiiig tbbt gravo and ri-spou-h
ble task. But the wish of the re
spondents and their counsel com
mands my utinoit obedience aud I
tht refore hasten to the perform
ance o' the duty which has bjen
I shall not enter Into details of
the evidence which we expect to
iay before you. huttl re It to say
that upon the law and the facts as
thoy shall bo dxvelopfd, upon the
Judicial merits of their case, upon
the duties Incumbent on thm by
virtue of their office and their hon
e-it ende&voi- to discharge those du
ties' these Judges rest their defense.
And I ask each one of jou to listen
to me with that patience andatten
tlon whloh I cannot hope to com
manrt by any efforts of my own,
while I open to you as plainly as i
can what that defense Is.
The honorable manager who opn
ed for the prosecution declared In
the beginning of his address that
s rong Influences had been employ
ed to divert the minds of Senators
from the real Issue involved In this
trial and to create, the belief that
the people of the State do not ap
prove of this proceeding; and that
such Influences and suggestions
could In every Instance be traced
to those personally interested in
Mr. President, in view of the sit
uatlon of the respondents and the
complexion of that bo jy in wh'cb
this i roceedlng originated, as wall
as of thle before which It la to b
tried the statement of the learned
manager Is, to say the least, sur
prif lng Charged 1th grave offe :
ses, suspended ty operation of tne
law from their high positions, with
only a handful of friends in ehher
branch of the Assembly, while the
friends of the managers are domin
ant in both, It Is difficult to discern
how the strong influt nces to whi h
the hon orable manager refers cou d
exert their power No considerate
man will say that these judges
have sought by word or deed to pre
vent a calm, fair, Judicial consider
ation of this case That the real
question be unobscured, that party
spirit, political schemes and fore
gone conclusions may be abandon
ed, tbat there may be held here a
trial in which Impartial justice, ac
cording to the Con tilutlonand tne
laws, shall be administered, is their
hopo and their reliance, The testi
mony before the House committee
relating to their official conduc
was published and eagerly read
throughout the State. If npon read
lng it the fair and impartial people
of this conservative Commonwealth
have felt constrained to declare
their firm belief in the integrity
and innocence of these Judges, they
should not be blamed nor should
t he managers complain; for the con
viction even of the guilty is no: al
ways occasion for rejoicing, while
the condemnation ef the inujeont
is a lasting calamity.
And now, Senators, having hur
riedly gone through the charges
which have been preferred against
these Judges, having reviewed
briefly and Imperfectly their be
havior since they came upon tho
bench. I invite you to look ba k
npon their official Uvea and discov
er, if you can, anything so dark and
criminal as to Justify the infliction
of the terrible pnnishment which
would be involved in a conviction
upon this impeachment. Where is
the crime, ivhere is the wrong they
One of them, a son of an honored
father, whose name and fame are
dearer to him than any other pos
session, has scarcely reached the
meridian of life with a britrht pros
pect of usefulness before him. The
other, a product of onr native soil.
rugged In his honesty and integri
ty, full of years and rich in this re
spect of his fellow-men, is fast ap
proaching the evening of life. As
Mr. Webster said of Judge Jay,
when the ermine fell npon his
shoulders it touched nothing less
white than itself. In the name, I
say to yon, as the great Hebrew
judge said to the people of Israel in
the olden time, "Behold ! here l am.
witness against me before the Lord
and before His Annolnted, whose
ox haye I takent Or whose as have
I taken! Or whom have I defraud
ed? Whom have I oppressed! Or of
whose hand have I received any
bribe to blind mine eyes there
with?" And I trust the answer of
this Senate will be like that which
the people of Israel gave to Samu
el. They said, "Thou hast not de
frauded us nor oppressed us, nelth
er hast thou taken aught of any
Upon the evidence as it is, and as
it will be laid before you, these
judges appeal with proud confidence
to the senate ana tne wnoie conn-
try to attest the pnrity and in teg
rlty of their Intentions. While they
do not claim that their judgment is
infallible, while they do not pre
tend that they may not In their lu
diclal experience have committed
errors, as all judges mast do, they
do claim before this Senate aud be
fore the world that they are honest
men, that they are men of integrl
ty, that they are men of pare and
upright motives. The acts for
which they are accused were their
judicial acts. Their decisions were
such as duty called upon them to
make, and they were bound to ren
der each judgments as a conscien
tlous conviction of duty demanded.
And if thev have mistaken the law.
which thev denv. It is such an er-
ror as every other Judge who has
ever sat nnon anv bench has com-
Thfl nrift nf nnttnn on the Ral-
!rh tnarlrof remain a1 ar. fll tn 8
ceats Tuesday, with light reoeipU.
TRIAL OF THE JUDGKS.
(Continued from Second Page.)
it on the ground that H olden waa
politically opp"l to him then go
and tear down his picture in the
Hoiw; of IUprtentative, for it ha.
uo ba-dnewH there.
I would Hooner think it were'thU
way if if any application were made
to Vance, that he replied: "I can
not take tne employment becaa-e I
am a Senator-elect from North Caro
lina, and It would not accord with
uiy idea of propriety that I should
engage a an attorney in thl State
trial." The remark by the gentle
man from Buncombe was intended
to discre-dlt Democratic lawyer who
would represent the impeached
Judges on I hi trial, or It dldu't
mean anything. Vance certainly
dldu't have that view for a few
year afterward when Governor of
the iState he appointed the leading
attorney for the de-fence of H olden,
W. N. II. Smith Chief Justice of
My friend. Major Outhrie, talked
about the fusion crowd warming
here and lobbying and hollering and
crying for otiice. There may be
many tragic and spectacular thing
In this trial, but this is the comedy
feature. My friend voted to briDg
that crowd here and he accepted of
fice from them. He was their nomi
nee for Governor. He heltied bring
that horde of office-seekers here.
Now he comes here and asks you to
Impeach these Judges because they
did not allow them to go in office.
It is so, and everlastingly so, and
you know it.
Mr. Watson said that Hoke vs.
Henderson is the law, but that the
Judges have extended it too far.
Major Guthrie says it was the law,
but the Constitution as amended has
nullified It. I will show that this
argument is the most absurd that
was ever advanced by a man who
had license to practice law. The
only difference between the power
of the General Assembly under the
Constitution of North Carolina be
fore 1868 and the Constitution since
1 868 was that before that time the
General Assembly could do any
thing except that which was pro
hibited by the Constitution. And
since that time it has only such
powers as are delegated by the Con
stitution, and those not delegated
are reserved by the people. Not
reserved by the people to be exer
cised by the next General Assembly,
as Major Guthrie contended, is its
true intent and meaning. But the
only efficient expression of power
reserved to the people is by a consti
tutional convention, or the other
method for amending the Constitu
tion. And it had no effect upon the
principle involved in Hoke vs. Hen
derson. I wish that some one were au
thorized to assure you that the con
servative, thoughtful people of the
State have determined that we have
gone as far in revolutionary meas
ures as we shall go, and that no plea
of political necessity shall lead us
one step further.
Capt. Cook cited the opinion of
Clark vs. Stanley in which the
d ctrine of Hoke vs. Hendeson was
relied on. This was an office hold
ing case. It was written since the
constitution was anulled in 1868,
and neither Judge Clark nor Judge
Montgomery wrote the opinion. It
was written in leva. capt. uook
called it specially to the attention
of Maj. Guthrie. Continuing, he
It is strange how the gentleman
who preceded me should be so Igno
rant of the jurisprudence of his own
State. He says there is no claim
against the Auditor and Treasurer
that is not a claim against the State.
A subject cannot sue his sovereigh.
So that North Carolina, following
(Continued next week.)
Blizzard in Colorado.
Julesberg, Colo., March 26. The
blizzard that has been raging here
and in this vicinity la the worst
storm known since 1890. Many
cattle have perished by drifting
with the storm. Others have been
smothered in snow drifts, in ditch
es and the river. Huge drifts, 8 to
10 feet high, block all roads. In
several instances houses are com
pletely surrounded by hnge banks
The Storm in Forsyth..
Winston-Salem, N. C, March 26.
Reports received today prove that
the damage done by yesterday's
storm will aggregate thousands of
dollars. The hail knocked holes in
the roofs of the Southern Chemical
and Oakland fnrnitare factories.
Lightning struck and burned the
large barn of C. Hamlin, north of
Winston. A valuable mule, farm
ing implements and a lot of feed
were lost. The Methodist Episcopal
Church at Clemmonsyile and the
Methodist Protestant Church at
Union Ridge in this county were
blown down and wrecked. Both
were large wooden structures. Many
other buildings were unroofed.
Didn't Want to Bob Good People.
Paterson, N. J., March 26. A rub
ber who entered the residence of
the late Vice-President Hobart Sun-
day nieht. and who departed with-
out anv bootv on finding the silver-
ware marked, left the following
note in a loving cup, which had
been given to Mrs. Hobart by the
Old Ladies Home Society for char
"I humbly beg your pardon. I do
not want to rob good people."
Kansas Women Registerim?.
Topeka, Kans., March 23. The
temperate agitation started in this
city by Mrs. Nation has resulted in
bringing out the heaviest registra
tion for the spring election in the
history of the city. The registra
tion books just closed show a reg
istration of 15.000, of which 6,000
The registration last fall for the
presidential election was 10,174
men. which shows that women are
taking the greatest interest in the
election this spring.
I xne opposition nas uewu veij
active, and the coming election
promises to be tne most excinug
I event Held in tne City. Xne eiec
1 ion will take place April 2d.
jure njRcrtr sad kits.
TMifNl Brother Dn 4 Utm tC
Chief Justice David M. Furchea,
of the Supreme Court, received a
telegram yesterday announcing the
death of his youngest brother, J no.
M Farehes, which occurred at his
home In Farmlogton, Davie county.
Judge Furcbes also received the
sad news that bis only sister, who
lived with her brother, is also crit
ically ill and notexpecUd to live.
The Chief Justice did not attend
the sessions of the court of Im
peach men t yesterday for the first
time since the trial beaa. After
receiving the telegram announcing
the dth of his brother, he re
mtlned at the hotel.
The deceased served in the Con
federate army and received lojurles
in the war from which he never
fully recovered. Last year he was
Injured In a runaway, and he has
not ben well sine. Mr. Furchea
was a farmer and was held In blgb
e teem as a citizen and as a man
Judge Furches has one other bro
ther living, Mr. Wm. T. Furchea, of
Mrs. Liuetgert'H Ghost Appears.
Chicago, March 23. Nearly four
years have passed sioee the sensa
tional murder of Mrs. Louisa Luet
gert by her !huaband, and now her
gnost is said to be appearing in the
sausage factory where she was slain.
John Saifert, tUe watchman at the
factory, August Bsck, a saloon keep
er directly across the street from the
building, and Gustaf Haas, who
lives in the house formerly occupied
by Adclph Luetgert, are three of
many persons who claim to have
seen the apparition, and no one can
convince them there is no such thing
as a ghost. The apparition follows
the route taken by Mrs. Luetgert on
the night of her death, ending at the
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT.
Mr. W. A. flines, of Manchester,
fa., writes of his almost maraculous
escape from death, says: "Exposnre
after measels induced serious lung
trouble, whie ended in consumption.
I had frequent hemorrhages and
consrhed night and day. All my doc
tors said I must soon die Tnen I
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, which com
pletely cured me. 1 would not be
without it eyen if it cost $5 00 a bot
rle. Hundreds have used it on my
feeommendation and all say it never
tails to cure Throat, Chest and Lung
troubles." Regular size 50c and $1.
Trial bottle free at all druggists.
Postage to Cuba.
Washington, March 22. At the
meeting of the cabinet this morning
it was decided to place Cuba on tht
same basis as Canada and Mexico in
regard to postal relations uith the
United States. Tne postage on ail
letters weighing not more than half
an ounce, between Cuba and this
country, will, therefore, be two cents
instead of five, at heretofore.
Several Hundred in Distress.
Indianapolis, March 22. Gover
nor Durbm has issued a proclama
tion asking the State-at-large to send
food, clothing and money to Mem
phis, Indiana, as about two hund
red citizens there are destitute as the
result of a fire which destroyed over
half the houses of the village.
Tents will be sent from the State
military supplies for temporary use.
THE APPETITE OF A GOAT
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose stomach and liver are out of
order. All such should know that
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won
derful stomach and liver remedy,
gives a splendid appetite, sound di
gestion and a regular bodily habit
that insures perfect health and great
energy. Only 2oc at all druggists
Burned to Death at a Distillery.
Roanoke, Va,, March 23d. News
has reached Roanoke from Shooting
Creek, Franklin county, a remote
section of the State, that Fiin Thorny -son,
who keeps a wniskey distillery,
was recently burned to death in his
own fire. When found his head and
face only conld be recogniz d, his
body being burned to a crisp. His
son. Fienning Thompson, Jr., was
burned to death in a similar manner
at the same distillery about one year
Blackwell Durham Company.
Trenton, N. J , March 22nd The
Blackwell Durham Tobacco Compa
ny, capital $1,000,000, to grow, cure
and manufacture tobacco, was in
corporated here today. The incor
porators are: John H. Cobb, Wm.
R. Harris, Josiah T. Wilcox. Ed
ward R. Sperry and George Gates,
all of Jersey City.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He -writes : "Four bot
tles of Electric Bitters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had
caused her great fuffering for years.
Terrible sores would break ont on
her head and face, and the best doc
tors could give no help ; but her cure
i n AAmnl.lA aim.) liav liAol H Ifl ATAaI.
I Iflnt " Thia shows vh.t thousands
have proved that Electric Bitters is
the best blood purifier known. It's
the supreme remedy for eczema, tet-
er, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and run
ning sores. It stimulates liver, kid
neys and bowels, expels poisons,
helps digestion, and builds up the
strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by all
Boer War Renewed.
London. March 26. The official
casualty list issued last evening in
dicates a renewal of active opera
tions since the failure of thenegotl
ations between Lord Kitchener and
General Botha. At Hartebeestfon
tein. March 22 and 23, two officers
w4 killed nd three 'wouaded, ;nd
fonr men killed and 20 wounded
There also seems to have been hea
vy fighting at a place near Gredge
dacht, Msrch 18, and near venters-
burg, March 16.
HfniA "Printing OWTl Out.
Edwards & Broughton and E.
TTrll of RHleih. Were on Monday
?iaSi?tilS& Mtta. TtESL
- B .
next two years. ow
m m ni .a bkwm a
ten Dy uawaras oruuguuoxi, .
Uzzell and Capital Printing Com
panv. of - Raleigh : Nash Bros., or
Qoldsboro, and the Gold Printing
Company, of Wilson.
iThe Oldest and Best
S. S. S. is a combination 4 rnots
and herbs of great curative powrra,
and when taken into the circulatic
Searches out and removes all manner
f poUons from the Lluod. without
the least shock or harm to tht tylcra.
On the contrary, the general "hralth
begin to improve, frora the &nl dose,
for S. S. S. ii not only a blond purifier,
but an excellent tonic, and atren-lb-en
and build cp the constitution
while pcrging the Mood of impuri
ties. S. S. S. cure all diseases of a
blood poison origin. Cancer. Scrofula.
Rheumatism, Chronic Surcs and
IHcers, Eczema, Psoriasis . Salt
Rheum, Herpes and similar tru-. t k-i.
and is an infallible core and the only
antidote for that most horrible du. .c.
Contagious feluod Poison.
A record of nearly fifty years of
successful cures ii a record to be proud
of. S. S. S. is more jular tod ty
than ever. It numbers its friends by
the thousands. Our medical currt-s-poudence
is larger than ever in the
history of the luedicinc, Manv write
to thank us for the great good S. S. S.
has done them, while others arc svxk
iog advice about their cases. All
letters receiv- prompt and careful
attention, v'urph ysicians hive made
a life-long t.idyof Blood and Stin Dis
eases, and better understand such cases
than the ordinary practitiouer who
makes a specialty of no one disease.
e are doing great
good to s u Q e r i n g
our consulting de
partment, and invite
you to write us if you have any bl jod
or skin trouble. We make no charge
Whatever for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- ATLANTA. GA.
DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO IN ALABAMA
Twenty-fire Persons Killed and Uuo
dreds Wounded la Birmln-baua -Itu-menae
Loas or Property.
On Monday morning about ten
o'clock Birmingham, Ala., was vis
ited by a fearful death-dealing tor-
a a m a . a. .
naao wnica aesiroyea a score or
more of lives, Injured hundreds of
people, and wiped out of existence
many homes. The number killed
is placed at twenty five, of whom 5
were white. The destruction of
property is estimated at $250,000
It is stated that five hundred peo
ple were injured, some fatally. Tho
southern portion of the city was
At Irondale. Bessemer, Pratt Ci
ty and Huntsville houses and fen
ces were leveled to the ground, and
several persons are known to have
An engine ana several cars were
blown off the track near Co
lumbus, Ga., and four persons bad
In f.Via vfnlnlfv nf Dnma n a
many neaa of live stock were kill
f d, and it is feared that much inju
ry has been done to fruit trees in
the Georgia peach belt.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as tbey cannot
reacn cne seat oi tne disease, Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
iii uruer to cure iv you must lase inter
nal remedies, nans t-ararrn cure is
not a quack medicine. It was present)
ed by one of tbe best physicians in this
country lor years and is a regular pre-
scnption. It Is composed of the best
j tonics known, combined witn tbe best
blood purifiers, acting directly on tbe
mucous surfaces. The perfect combi
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur
ing catarrh. Send for testimonials
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Cyclone In Granville County.
Durham. N. C, March 25th. Re
port has reached here of considera
ble damage done by the cyclone in
Granville county late this after
noon. It is learned from Creedmore.
a station on the Durham and North
ern road seventeen miles from here,
that at the home of Ned Jackson, 2
miles from Creedmore, all outhous
es are reported totally destroyed.
The little daughter of Jackson had
her arm broken.
The next report of damage is at
the home of Paul Cannady. His
home was unroofed and Mrs Jack
son blown out into the yard. Can
nady went to her assistance and as
he stooped to pick her up a piece of
flying debris struck him killing him
instantly. Deceased was well known
to a number of our people. He was
a well to do farmer of a good fami
ly. He had been married two years.
HE FOOLED THE SURGEONS.
All doctors told Renio
of West Jefferson, O., after suffering
eighteen months from Rectal Fistu
la, he would die unless a costly op
eration was performed: but he cured
himself with five boxes of Backlen's
Arnica Salve, the surest pile cure on
earth, and the best Salve in the
world. 25 cents a box. Sold by all
More Insurgents Give up.
Manila, Maroh 24. In the prov
I nee of Gavite four inargent om
cers and 53 men with 56 rifles have
surrendered to Lieutenant Colonel
Frank D Baldwin, of the Fourth U.
S. infantry, and one insurgent offi
cer and 12 men with 16 rifles to Col
Walter 8. Scuyler, of the 46 volun
NOTICE OF SEIZURE
Notice is hereby given of seizure of
the following property for violation of
the internal revenue laws of the United
At Franklinton, N C , Feb. 26, 1901,
10 eallons corn whiskey, of Jos May.
At Patterson 's Bridge, 3 barrels of
corn whiskey, 140 gallons, as property
At Elm City. N. C , March 11. 1901,
R pack acres of corn whiskey, 193 7 gal-
ions. uiBMiiery premises aim apparatus
Ji!ll. " J &
of registered grain distillery, No. 2,982
and 6 packages of corn whiskey, 283 5
I Nol11 i"I0, "
At Star, jn. u. Marcn e, iwi, a ddis
and 2 kegs of corn whiskey, about 360
eallons. as property of B Auman
At srar, a. u., Marcn 10. iwi, uisuu-
erv premises, sun anu nxtures etc
and 10 bbls. of corn whiskey, about 450
gallons, as property 01 is. Auman
At Jiaysviiie, jx. u.t marcn iz, iwi,
two jugs gallons
M.lof w. R. Humphrey.
44 gallons eacn, as property
Persons claiming the above property
wiUlile their claLs with ml iTjA
-tlii'n f hMv il.m Hnni.u h
- haw. or the same "will' be forfeited
oulw w.wu- "V!""'" r-
. the Qge of tne United States.
I March 18. 1901,
I , S. C. Duwc ah. Collector.
I By J P. H. Adams, Deputy Collector,
I i :
Every cotton planter should
write forourvaluablc illustrated
pamphlet, 'Cotton Culture
It is sent free.
S4 i mm aJ jjr-w f
l-JKMAN KALI WOKiS, S
LKAVKS NO BAD EFFECT
15, 25 and 50o. at Druggists
The Original HKADAUUE
and NEURALGIA CUBE.
SAFEST - AND - BEST
25 and 50 cents a bottle
For Sale by all Druggists.
Raleigh Uarble Works
SALBIOB, . O.
Shipments made to
any part of the state at
same price as at shop.
Write for Catalogue.
of The South.
The Direct Line 'o all points '
Texas - California
Florida - Cuba
Strictly FIRST CLASS Equipment
on all through and local trains; Pull
man Palana Alaninr eara on all nirht
i r i r . .
i trains. Fast ana sale schedules.
Traf el by the Southern ana you are
assured a safe, comfortable and expe
AddIt to ticket arents for time ta
bles, rates and general information, or
(No trouble to answer questions)
S. H. HARDWICK, G. P. A.,
R L VERNON,
THAD C 8TUROIS,
Raleigh, N C
A QUICK CURE FOR Z
t COUGHS AND COLDS 3
Very valuable Remedy in all
affections of the
THROAT or LUNGS
Large Bottles, 25c
DAVIS A LAWREXCK CO., Limited,
Prop's of retry Paris' PaiD-KIUtr.
A Nloe Spring Salt of Clothes.
Will be given free to anyone wbo
ranee. Write us a postal saying you ac
cent this offer, and we will mail the
seeds to you at once.
T. J. mQ to.. eeusmen.
Littleton Female College continues
to receive more applications for teach
ers from among its former pupils and
graduates than it can accept. At this
Sme every former pupil of the institu-
Vv,!.7.7: " ZZrZZZ.
tinn Ul.f If U CM IMt UUVminH. WDO
to I desires to teach is at work.
B . . m . I
A teacher is desired immediately lor
a gooa country scnooi. adj young
lady wishing this place may write at
once to Rev. J. M. Rhodes, Littleton,
Ready to Wear
Shirt ITJaists. Silk aud Washable KinJt.
Largest and Host Select Stocks
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Come to Raleigh and be fitted. No
any attentions to further perfect the
Public School Books!
Tbe Public Schools are do? opening over
tne State, and will need supplies. These
school books and supplies can be bad at a
discount to teachers and dealers from
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
IB. A T iTHIG-H, 3ST. C
Do You Suffer
Then Use Simpson
CURES MOST OBSTINATE CASES.
Price 25 Cent. Addrem WILLIAM 8IMPHON, lUletgb, N. O
Make a Srecialty of, at
Shoes, 75c-, $1.00, 81.25 and
Rates $2.00 and
Elegant Rooms With Baths,
50 CENTS PER DAY EXRA.
L. T. BROWN, Manager.
FREE COACH AT ALL TRAINS.
Fifty Thousand Gople
Of TURNER'S N. C ALMANAC
To advertise Is simply to make
and what yon have to tell. How to do thia effectually, and at the small
est possible cost is the problem for yon to solve. "The failure to obtain
desired results from advertising is due to the way some people do it, and
they invariably say "It does not pay." The judicious way is to nse a
medium that has reputation, circulation and permanency. Turner's N.
& Aim ana has been the State Standard tor 64 years, and has an annual
clrcoUtlop WflOO c.p,d remain. . .Uodin, rtlt for
Advertising rates npon application.
ENNIS PUBLISHING CO, RALEIGH, N. a
City or Ralxtgh, Waxs Coxnrrr. 1
k r Rmnvhton makes oath that he is of the firm of Edwards A
Broughton, ranters ana iJinaers,
and that the said firm bavjs made
In ritmnailV Ul Unlit OU.IMI CQP1HSI
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tAUICaL - LC.
M Tucker s Store.
extra charge for
fit Mail Orders
s Catarrh Cream.
The Man With the Ax
NEEDS ClDTHES TH1T Will WEAR.
Thli I. the kln.l
TAHITI JG BROS.
Popular Prices. Men's and Boy's
RALEIGH. N. C
$2.60 per day.
will be issued for the Year 190L
known, who you are, where yon are,
. . . . . m nia.
aomg ouai . . w j
a centra .with the to.V!
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UI IMBBfl 11. Jm Jlllllll MM Mw
N. B. BROUGHTON.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this the 27th day of August, A. D.
1900. W. M. Buss, Clerk Superior Court,
by Vrxauvrtra BoTrrxa, Deputy Clark.
The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
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