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THE CAUCASIA TjL tbiikskeuaybciaeueims. . adaccikcus mikTizszim.
diettfbv N. O., April 11, IkOl.
Knltrrd at the l't ufllre in KaMfD,
N. C aa aewnd -class mail matter.
VKKV LATEST NKWH.
A HORRIBLE TRACCOY AT WAOC.
Alriir.Miollarki MlataMf Haatfe a I "amed DOOM. the
News and Ob rfer.
At Wade, JS. ('., a station r tbe
AtUouc Coast Line, about fl Uei
lite north of Fajettefille, ittera
wai a borribU death jrsterday af
ternoon at about quarter pst oor
o'clot k wtjoQ a enzy man commit
A Jouik countryman, J. J. Me
fail, who lives ia Cumberland tuna
ty, bad b count msaue, aud was to
bare bfn brought to th Ctn'rsl
Hospital hero yesterday. His broth
er and uncle wer in charge of h.n
at the depot ia Wad-, as train No.
Tm palled lo. -
Tney wert vadeaToriofr to jrei bin
aboard, but jast an the traia started
he got away from tbm aod daahed
ondur the cars. Thtse passed u?e
the uafortaoate joaog man k hcjr
hits at ooce, aad throwing but uody
alongside the track.
Km City Maa Tklak mm la ta
Kldsapperf Bo-Wata to Tlm4 .
Kansas City, Mo, Dispatch, 6 b. I 0 . . . ., tt - A
... , ' . . r7, Rochester, April 9. Tro daager-
Charles Dewltt. who drivesa wag .J00, flr oeQrra at four o'eleek tb s
oa or a local laundry, called on tbe morieg. from wbiea aaay t s
police today to uk aid lo finding , nmTTwiy a-apd daatfc. Oie toau
bU patenta. lie thinks he Is Char- t, .mi mxmng
lie Bom. Ho tells a at ory aa 'ulUfi Tb.
llfl llt4,r-(13r molodrarna.1 tn a fit. story brick tenemaat ao wn
"Wben vert young, not or 4 or M ,h , B.iroo Bl k. on 8 ate street,
ft be saye. -1 Jivtd in an L sbaporf 1 wbee tbey arnd many teaaaia
i -amed nouse, the clapboards n vvrc hogin oat of the windows
which ran op aid down. Aa I re UBa standi r oa fire eeeapea. All ot
TIE EttE UaCSEO CfFLC tZXXT.
Fire In Hickory.
Hickory, N. U . April 8 The fire
alarm thl afternoon an noun ted
tbo burning of the llickory 'nn,
alarming tho whole town and cans
log tho majority of the inanufao
turlng enterprise of tho city to
hut down b-hld8 tho closing of
business ho ia h. After several con
nectlons bad boon made, tho Latta
and Martin pump was turned on
from the IIlckry Milling Company,
and by the aid of heroic workers,
the fire wan extinguished, bat not
until after conn derable damage, es
pecially to the furniture, which was
badly broken by blng thrown and
carried from the building.
The lire wa first discovered In
the kitchen over the range, which
was co u fined entirely to rear of the
hotel. The tin roof had to finally
be torn off of the klnchen depart
ment before the lire could be i
tlngulshed. The hotel and furni
ture Is Insured through local agents
for f 20,000
Mara lllowrra (Indnr Woman's Lead,
Frankfort, Ind , April 8. While
tho gang of Hit'e blower which bat-
tied so desperately wilh the citizens
of Michigan town Sunday morning
aetMiM to liavo made a temporary ch
ca, there have bveu Hennational
developments in connection with
tho case. The local Klice have a
woman under surveillance, who U
suHpected of being the leader of the
It is Udieved that the gang
operated from this city, and that
they are now in hiding here. If
this woman hliall undertake to leave
the city nh will le clowely hhadow
ed, and the arrest of tho other sus
Hcb will probably follow. Indica
tions point to the uncovering of a
detierate gang, with this city as Its
member my mother. she was a fall
haired English woman, young, with
a ruddy complexion. One dy I
was kidnapped. K'fbtor ten men
pot a wet cloth In my mouth and
covered my bead with a tablecloth. '
Then be tells of traveling by rail
aod boat to a place he thinks was
et. John, N. B. Finally he thinks
he got to Chicago. He says be was
ebloroformed fifty tlmoe while on
heee travels, and several times be
heard bis captors planning to kill
blm because pursuit was so hot.
At last hs was left with a family
named Hereon man. Toey llv d in
Chicago and ta.er In Marseilles. III.
When any one tame to visit the
family he was pot to bed After a
while bis old captors took him
again and there was more travel
Then be went to Pes Moines, la.,
and there were the Herschmans
again. He txcame one of that fam
lly and went to school under their
When eighteen or nineteen years
old he got the Idea that he was be
lng slowly poisoned and ran away.
He dropped tbe name Herschman
and called himself Dewltt. He has
lived here about two ytars, bavlog
come here from Omaha. He Is now
about thirty years old He says be
has spent all the money he could
earn the last seven or eight years
tbe seventeen fata dies in the oadd
iog are aeconnted for with 'be x-e-piion
of one woman, Mrs. K-eoat,
who lived on tbe fvartb fijor. She
i da and derepit, and was proba
bly cbff oeated.
O ie ot tbe many thrill in reseae
made by tbe firemen was that of
Mrs- Barker and bar infant from tb
third fi or. To ere was no fire es
cape for her to get out npon. Tbe
moke ponr-d in a volume oat ot tbe
windows atd she was almost over
come, when a Udder was placed
ae-ainst tbe window atd she was
earned d iwn in the arms ot a ft e
man. A Mrs. Benson was earr.rd
down tbe fire escape from tbe aeeond
floor. She was ill at tbe tims and
had little elotbing on. Tne shoek
may prove fatal. Michael Dnraey
ffll down one fl ght and sprained her
Only by the merest change were
four erson saved from snff leation
at a fire at Kinston at tbe samt bonr
Anguinaldo not so Important.
Washington. April 8. Fogges-
tlons continue to pour In on the
administration as to what shall be
done with Anguinaldo The Presi
dent and nis cabinet have talked
t.na mtt.Mr nvor - inn n&Yja a urta r-
searching for bis people. According enMy j-eached a decision to treat
M;.u. u.Vu.Wauua no eye ne n9 Agulnaldo as an oroinary prisoner
aecured from old-time ne ghbors he of war and not to do nJlhlng that
wasa ch ld round of face, with wui give him the Impression that
dimples in cheeks and chin, skin he u a pergon of great importance.
light and clear, eyes brown, hair
flaxen and curly, hands small and
Strange as his story Is Dewltt
seems to believe It himself and the
police are Interested.
YOUNG MAN KILLS HIS 8WEETHEART.
A Colored Woman Indicted for Illegal
Denver, Col , April 9. A warrant
bas been laancd for tbe arrest of Mrs.
M. A. Ratcliff", on the charge t f wil
fully, knowingly and unlawlally vo
ting in the wrong precinct at tbe
late city election. She is 39 years of
age and bas two children. She was
an active Democratic worker dnring
the campaign pre jeding the city elec
tion. It is said that she is the first
woman arrested in this country for
an election fraud.
Wore Confederate (ray In the l'ulpit.
Staunton, ., April 8. The Rev.
James l Smith, editor of the Rich
mond Central Presbyterian, preach
ed to Stonewall Jackson Camp of
Confederate Veterans at the First
Presbyterian Church last night.
The preacher, w ho was one of Jack
son's aids and at his elbow when
Jackson was hot at Chance! lors
ville, wore the Confederate gTay In
Then Shoot Himself-Girl had Broken
Kogaeenient on Account of Parental
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 9.
This afternoon at Summerville, Oa.,
about forty miles south of here, J.
J. Arrington shot and killed Miss
Minnie Cleghorn and then killed
himself. The tragedy occurred on
the atnet in front of the home of
the woman. Arrington fired ten
hots, five taking effect in Miss
Cleghorn's breast and three in his
own breast. He died almost in
stantly, but the young woman lived
a few minutes. They bad been en
gaged to be married for some time,
but there was objection on the Dart I Jenkins in
of the woman's parents, and sheland thirty
broke the engagement several days
ago. Since this time Arrington had
been acting strangely and had made
several attempts to see Miss Cleg
horn without success.
This afternoon Miss Cleghorn
started for the home of a neighbor.
She had gone only a short distance
from her own gate when she was
accosted by Arrington. A few
words passed and Arrington drev a
pistol and began firing at her. All
the shots aimed at her took effect,
any one of which would have prov
ed fatal. When the young woman
fell, he pointed the pistol at his own
breast but the first two shots went
"Both parties were members of
well known Georgia families. Miss
Cleghorn was the youngest daughter
person of great Importance
Tney appreciate that this capture
had a very gojd effect, particularly
in tnis country, wnere, it seems,
according to their observation, to
have taken the wind out of the
sails of the anti-imperialist move
ment. it U a mistake to buppose,
however, that the President and
his advisers are giving any great
amount of thought as to what dis
position shall be made of the
Ca ftarry mm kie Crw H c mr Um
IUHimore, April s.Tbe Mr
chanU and Mluera steamahip State
of Texan arrived In port this morn
ing from Savannah, bringing the
capUln and crew of tlx men of the
scboiioer Erie, rescued at ea 1M
Sunday. Capt. N. 8. Eldrldge of
tbe 8tte of Tex made the
following Mtatrmest of the tuHCoe:
"Sunday, April 7, about 3:20 p.
m.,I mw a lot of wrtckagt'.ptrbi of a
ve wel and a largn quantity of lum
ber. Immediately I iucreaMed my
lookut. when urgently, on the
starboard bow, I saw a rait with the Z?ZZ?Zg:
appearance or men on u. i iurua i AzJ
tor tm jkttiuftos, who
Uaa iwmWr . I I he fr
attv of a Wiimg wmiIk-!
oUf hfte. Hr tol4 m
to coattau him Brnrtts.
UiMlad I wou!4 K1 well.
Rbmts: pmint mr tbe cne ol protol
ad dtatrena fran tortared anadrs achuf
Jotata aad earned Dcrrca. TWkkndba
beca potKMMd by the arajBsiaUaa 4
waste taaster ta the sywbna, aad caa M
loegcr apply the pare aad bcaiifc ctutsiav
lng food tbey requix. The whole svstem
tecla tbe effect U this actd potsoa aad
aot Until the blood bas brca pariacd aad
brougM Wk to a bealthy riv,lrt-ffii wiT
tbe acite aad pains ceaae.
Ur. X1. l w lmm atfrt, X. K.
turn tm worwl ha Ta
pu aa ao ''M that t
I a aits.lL nm
Ht rrr one. aa4
the ahlpa head directly for it, and
kept a tharp lookout, and presently j
saw a signal, which I annwervd with!
the tea m whistle to let them know
their eisroal was seen, and we were
bearing down on them with all
speed. I also stationed a man in
the rigging with marine gUm,
carefully watching the different
pieces of wreckage as we passed, so
that we should not pass any one
that by chance should be clinging to
to the wreckage unobserved. At
3:50 I stopped the ship and lowered
a boat and rescued captain rerry
and his entire crew of six men from
the American' schooner Erie of
Jacksonville. Fla.. with lumber for
Tne ship was wrecked on Friday
in the Pan Shoal in a gale, rough
seas and thick weather. The vessel
soon began to break up. Captain
Berry and crew lashed tnem-
selves on the top of the after-
house and drifted out to sea. When
rescued they were sixteen mdes east-
northeast from Frying Pan Shoal".
Their frail raft was gradually sick
ing and breaking up. Tbe mm were
knee-deep in water, drenched from
dead to foot, and were nearly ex-
aansted. Had it not been for the
Texas coming along at that time all
vonJd have perished, as night was
coming on and the wind and sea
After mmimr I (TW
rl timr wuhoat rtmtiaf th Jigtetr
benefit, I declined coat tan at, trratmtwf an
looser Hantia ttrar4of K. t H (ftwifi ikbRiicj
roraiir.ciw lur M nttWUIUB. I oerfeled. !bo
ia devpair however. 10 glee le ardK-is a trial
and alter I had takea a few bottles was able ta
hobble around on crate, and eery auun there
after had mo a-e fur them at mV. t a. a. hanae
aretl me atxtnd aad well. All the diatreaairi
paia have left ne. mr appetue hi retaraed
aad I am bmmpy to be aaia teatored to petted
the great vegrtabl
punner ana tonic, n
the ideal remedy in all
There are no ornate ot
minerals in it to disturb tbe digestion aad
lead to ruinous habits.
We have prepared a special book oo
Rheumatism which every sufferer from
this painful disease should read. It is the
most complete and interesting book ol
the kind in existence. It will be sent free
to any one desiring it. Write our pbysi.
cians fully and freely about yonr case. We
make no charpe for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, CA.
Bis Handle Factory Harmed.
Cadillac, Mich., April 8 Mitchell
Brothers' handle factory, the larg
est In America, was burned to day.
The loss Is 165,000 partially Insured.
To prulu: tS- best ults
in fruit, vcfetce or jntia, the
fertilizer used must contain
enough roUsh. For partic
ulars see our pamphlets. Wo
send them free.
GERMAN kali work
j Xaataa New Vara.
A QUICK CURE FOR t
COUGHS AND COLDS $
5,000 Witness a Wrestling Match
St. Louis, April 8. In the wrest
ling match at the Coliseum this
evening for the heavy weight
championship ol America, Tom
Jenkins of Cleveland, O., defeated
Ernest Roeber of New York, taking
two out of three bouts. The con
ditions of tbe match wire that
whichever won the first of two falls
in the shortest time should have
the naming of the style of the
decisive bout. The first bout was
catch as catch can and was won by
twenty -live minutes
seconds. The second
bout, Uraeuo-Rom&n, was taken by
Kotber In thirty minutes and forty
seconds. Tne deciding bout was at
catch as-catch-can and was won by
Jenkins In eleven minutes and
forty-five seconds. Five thousand
people witnessed the match.
Knocked Off a Ninety-root Bridge.
Coatesville, Pa., April 8. Two
men, aged about twenty-six years,
were struck and killed by the main
line express on the Pennsylvania
Railroad to day as they were cross
ing over the high bridge which
spans Brandy wine Creek. Tney
were thrown a distance of ninety
feet to the ground below. They are
supposed to have been Hebrew
peddlers, as Russian passports, made
out in tne name ot nussman, were
found on their persons.
Very valuable Remedy in all
affections of the
THROAT or LUNGS 2
Large Bottles, 85c X
iavis a Lawrence co.. Limited,
m a - w tt. , . ...
i jtoji -b of i-crry uana' rain-mikr.
uuwv v u-v-wv. w. vi. ve-Teia
We call the attention of our read
ers to the advertisement of M r T. W .
Blake, the jeweler, which appears in
another column of this issue.
Tlie Commissary Scandals.
Manila, April 9. Tne trials of pet
sons mixed up in the commissary
scandals will commence at an earlv
date. It is expected that tbe inves
tigation will lead to many exposures,
as the deficit amounts to over $100,-
Litt'eton Female College continues
to receive more applications for teach
ers from among its former pupils and
graduates than it can aocept. At tbis
time every former pupil of the institu
tion, so far as can be ascertained, who
desires to teach is at work.
A teacher is desired immediately for
a good country scnool. Any young
rxF Planiain .Tnhn H Plcxrhorn a I trmrA Ho aep.nroH m cnnnln nf shot r. I lady Wisninir WIS place may Write at
wealthy planter. She was charm- ladder, spliced them, and dropped .no to Rev' J Rnode- Littleton,
lnor ana eounipci npiuntiii. Whon i wv iu uuwiuo, mo ib uu won
WATCHES ADD JKWELBY.
High calss Goods. Lowest prices.
My Clocks are reliable any style.
The little intermittent alarm clock
Is a sure worker. Every home
Repairing Done Honestly and
If you are thinking of purchasing
a Watch or watch-charm or other
Jewelry, come to see me.
T.W. Blake, Raleigh, U. C.
Local Inspector for S. A. L.
Placed a Dummy in Hia bed and Scaled a
Illa-h Wall to Freedom,
Moundsvllle, W. Va., April 8
The State penitentiary authorities
this morning . discovered that
Joseph E. Greene, a United States
prisoner, serving four years for
grand larceny, had put a dummy
in his bed, scaled tbe high wall,
and scaped He was aconsump
tlve and unable to work, and ws
allowed to walk about the prism
Cash for a Mexican's Life.
Washington, April 8. The Mexi
can Ambassador today received from
the Secretary of State a draft for
$2,000 paid out of humane consid
eration, and without reference to
the question of liability, as full in
demnity to the heirs of Florentine
Snaste, a Mexican citizen, who at
lynche I in La Salle county, IVxas
Curu . .
! LtAVta no bad xrr&'i
; 15, 'Si and 50c. at Druggata
The Original UKAU At'HK
and NEUKALUIA CUKK.
SAFEST - AM - BIST
i5 and 60 cents a bottle
For 8ale by all Druggists.
of Tbe South.
The Direct Line o all point - - - - -
all sww : lWt
ia tig hi ttyw a4 v
a tip an fcsataw.
T ey at ased reHany
of a. IhmtmTwfm w gtaer-
aaWe ererj pair Uat
all tavesa cbsapee than y
raa teiy thesa elarwVere
r ta are Walk I el
Jobber, aa w tare the
said leer aa proOta.
TWtr aty U U right, ta4r
cvic- le rig hi. ib riea
te Mbt IUaa are the a
thlaga m coa alder. fW
tbesa aad eoatlace jwer-s-4f.
RALEIGH. TJ. O.
Ready to Wear
At Teeter's Stare.
Shirt IZIaisto. Silk and Washable Kinds,
Largest and Uost Select Stocks
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Come to Raleigh and be fitted. No
any attention! to further perfect the
extra charfe fer
fit Hall Order
Public School ooks !
1 Florida - Cabal
- Porto Rico.
To Take thn Mayflower to Porto Rico.
It i probable that Gov. Allen
will go back to Porto lUeo aboard
the May flower. It was the inlen
tlon of the Navy Detriment to put
this vessel out of commission for a
thorough overhauling, but it U real
ized that the governor must have a
suitable ship at San Juan, and the
Mayflower is bet suited for the ser
pasaer-by reached her side she was
conscious and paid:
'Oh, why did he do it?"
Arrington was manager
Arrington Drug Company
well-to-do business man.
to his whereabouts.
Is supposed to have
of the !
Filipinos for the Navy.
Washington, April 8. This conn
try is to have a native Piliplno
navy Secretary Long has cabled
Instructions to Admiral Remey.
commander of the Asiatic squadron
to enlist five hundred native sailors
to man the gunboats and other
small vessels formerly belonging
to Spain, now used by the United
.States in the archipelago. Thfse
Farm re Tight with Pletola.
Richmond. Va., April 8 There
was an exciting auel witn pistols
near Forks of Buffalo, in Amherst
county, to-day between H. B Jen
nings and A. D. Whltten, farmers.
Jennings was struck on the, arm,
two bones being broken. The
trouble grew out of one of Jennings'
tenants having the house of Whit
ten searched for some plant bed
canvas that had been missed.
Driven from their Homes.
Haverhill, Mass., April 7. Flood
causes New En glanders to flee from
their homes to-night. Most ol
cities are in utter darkness, as
electric light plants have been
compelled to shut down.
NOTICE OF SEIZURE.
Found Babies In Boxes.
Clarksburg, . Va., April 8.
oaars aivuinaKU. ii'Bo i mi, raa iwtva nlnvlnir QnTVftvnr on the I At ratterson-s image, a Darrei oi
five hundred dusky tars will form Jt&SS corn whiskey, 140 gallons, as property
A Richmond Ice Plant Burned.
Richmond, Va., April 9. Fire
on the upper dock today destroyed
the Ice plant of Mrs. Jane King and
the tobacco factory of Ilagan Dart
and Company. The loss is estimat
ed at about 50,000.
Truckman Horace Clark was
caught beneath falling bricks and
one arm and one leg were broken.
the nucleus of an important force.
he navy department officials have
bund that Americans cannot
stand the climate of the Philippines
wnen serving on board vessel In
the waters of the Islands as well as
the natives can
Took Sixty Prisoners.
London, April 9. Under date of
Pretoria, April 9, General Kitchener
reports that Colonel Plumer took
alxty prisoners and a seven-pound
gun at Petersburg. He destroyed
210,000 rounds of small-arm ammu
nition and a considerable quantity
of powder and dynamite.
Cheered by It.
From the Indianapolis Press.
"You are sure you can support my
daughter in the style to which she
has been accustomed?" asked the
'Sure, Mike." answered Our
Hero, with the assurance of youth,
"Well, I'm jrlad to hear it. It's
more than I can afford any longer."
A Big Hotel Fire.
Ottawa, Ont., April 9. Two nun
dred guests were In a frightful
panic in Kussell house fire this
morning, Russell theatre, the fines
piaynouse in Canada, which ad
joined the hotel, was destroyed
Ths "Bell of New York Onera Com
pany" Inat I a uonrv and nnatnma.
I"5 House was to the Dominion
. wn Filth Avenue is to the United
8tt?' Tlie Prince of Wales stop-
Notice is hereby given of seizure of
the following property for violation of
the internal revenue lawBof the United
At Franklinton, N C , Feb. 26, 1901,
10 eallona corn whiskey, or Jna May.
Second Attempt Landed htm In lhe
Norfolk, Va.. April 8 James
Bondurant, eleven years old stole
the tug Fannie, of Capt. Twohy's
fleet, two weeks ago. After escap-
ng punishment for that theft and
also for stealing a bicycle, he has
stolen another tag.
Last night he Impressed a ten
year old negro boy Into servlee as
fireman and tried to get off with
the Estel e. a much larger prlie
than the Fannie. The boy pirate
did not succeed In clearing the
dock, however, before the captain
of the little vessel caught him.
His latest exploit landed him In
court and brought down upon him
a nne or siou.
Iieavea two or three aCiUlona to
New Orleans, La., April 8 A
telegram announced the. death to
day in New York of Mrs. Josephine
Louise Neweomb. Her will leaves
her entire fortune, with the excep
tion of a few legacies, to be used in
tbe tupport and maintenance or H.
Sophie Neweomb Memorial College
for the higher education of girls.
The college is a part of Tulane uni
versityornew Orleans. She now
leaves the residue of her fortune,
estimated at from two to three
million dollars to the support of
hills near the Pinmckinnlck mines
to day found the bodies of two
babies rolled in woolen cloth and
burled in rough boxes. They were
evidently about . a week old at
death. Authorities took charge of
them and gave them decent burial
and are investigating.
At Elna Citv, N. C , March 11. 1901,
ft packages of corn whiskey, 193 7 gal
lons, distillery premises and apparatus
of registered grain distillery, Mo. 2,98
and 6 nackaees of corn whiskey. 288 6
gallons and one package 11 gallons,
nronertv of E. A. Norris.
At star, jn. u. Marcn o, iwi, ddis
and 2 kegs of corn whiskey, about 360
Mkt Abdicate if it ia a Girl.
London, April 9. "The health of I lVV ofareh 15. lwTdistill
Emperor Nicholas has been shaken ery premises, still and fixtures etc. ,
by the recent commotion," says the and 10 bbls. of corn whiskey, about 460
St. Petersburg correspondent of the gallons, as property of B. Auman.
Daily Express, and he will probably I a Msyaviua, a. v.. awen , iwi,
abdicate if the next child of the twojugs gauonaeacn, a property
Empress should be a daughter. 0I"in7 .hOM nMMrtT
will file their claims witn me in
Bmrned to Death aad Others Injured.
Rochester, N. Y., April 9 Mrs
Kate Keenan was burned to death
and several persons injured in a fire
in the Barron block. Fifty occu
pants of tho houses were panic and
were rescued with great dificulty.
Pneumonia Epidemic In Klondike.
Seattle, Wash.. April 0. Dawson j
passengers who arrived by tne
steamer "City of Seattle," report
that pneumonia is epldemio in the
Klondike. American Consul Mc-
Cook is very ill, with practically
no chanoe or recovery.
A Nice Sprlna Suit of Clothes.
Will be given free to anyone who
will sell only 100 packets seeds for us I
at 6c eaco o money required in ad
vance. Write us a postal saying yon ac
cept this offer, and we will mail the
seeds to yon as once.
T. J. tLvsa Co.: seedsmen,
Richmond, Va. -
MARCH AND THE LION.
SOU BTHINO BITTKR THAK THE OLD SAW.
The saying aboat the lion and the
lamb in March often prove false, but
there is another one and a better one
which is literally true When Marcn
talize your nioou, you may expect,
when it goes out, that it will leave you
fro from that tired feeling and with
none of the boils, pimples and erup
tions whicn manifest themselves be
cause of impure blood in the spring. If
you have not already begun taking
Hood's Saraaparilla for your spring
medicine, we advise you to begin to
day We assure you it will make joa
feel better all through the coming sum
mer. -' '
office within thirty days as required by
law. or the same will be forfeited to
the nae of the United States.
March 18, 1901,
S. O. Duhc ah. Collector.
Bv J P. H. Adams. Deputy Collector,
Raleigh. N. C. I
A Heavy Feeling After Eating.
Hr. Harry M. White, aged forty-one years,
conductor Pennsylvania R. R., living 910 N.
29th St, Philadelphia, Pa., writes under date of
May 4, 1898: For years I suffered with a heavy
feeling after eating and headaches, and some
times when I would stoop to catch a switch I
would get so giddy that I would have to stand
awhile to get so I could perform my duty. I
took phosphate of sodium, lemon Juice, bromo
seftzer, baking soda, and doctored with home
opathic physicians and got no relief. One day
when out on the road I picked up a circular
telling of Ripans Tabules and I thought I would
try them. 1 am happy to say 1 found relief in
the first box I got. 1 can eat things now that
made me sick before. My wife had wind dys
pepsia and 1 advised her to try the Ripans
Tabules. She got so much better that I bought
a dozen boxes and would not be without them
in my house if they cost me two dollars a box.
I recommend Ripans Tabules to any one who
is afflicted like I was.
There is scarcely any condition of iU-haatth that Is not
Of a K.I.P.A.N.S Tabule. and the Dries. 10 for S cant.
or Justify any one in enduring ills that are easily cured.
For sals by Drarxisf
The Public Schools are nou opening oyoi
the State, and will need supplies. Thess
school books and supplies can be had at a
discount to teachers and dealers from
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
rat .-mTGKB:, 3ST. Q
Cures All Skin Diseases.
CURED TO STAY CUKKD? YES, CUIIED Tt) STAY CURED!
And that means CUKED TO STAY CUHED!
Sent by Mall for 25 cent.
William Sinpson, Ftmmacist, Halrfrb, fl. C.
The Man Wilh the Ax
NEEDS CLOTHES THAT Will WEAR.
This is ths kind
Hake a Specialty of, at Popular Prices. Men's and Bojr'i
Shoes, 75 91.00. 91.25 and 31.50.
J I imZmu SaaaftMaaaa 1 1
Fifty Thousand Copies
Of TURNER'S N.C ALMANAC will bo lssned for tne year iwi
To advertise Is simply to make known, who yon are, where yon are,
and what yon have to sell. How to do this effectually, ana as tne smau
est possible cost is the problem ior yon o soive. las uuuuv w waw
riMiirad resnlta from adYertiainc Is due to the way some people do it, and
hav iniahiv q rt dAM not nav." Tne lucucioua war w w
medium that nas repntauon, circuiauou sum yvi.mmu.wvj .
a Almanao has been the State Standard for 64 years, and hat an annual
circulation of 50,000 copies, and remains a standing advertisement for
a year. Advertising rates npon application.
ENNIS PUBLISHING C0n RALEIGH, N. C
RALEIGH. N- C
is headquarters tor Everybody.
Kates $2.00 and 02.60 per day.
Elegant Rooms With Baths,
50 ENTS PER DAY EXRA.
L. T. BROWN. Manager.
FSKK COACH AT ALL TRAINS.
is literally true . When Marcn r -
in and finds you taking Hood's VtZ (PJ iLIL ttu7
arilla to purify, enrich and Ti- l J- iKrUaiVaf
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1
Ctty of Raxxios, Wakx CoujrrY.
ta n DMn.t.tAnn.tkMoath that he ia of the firm of Edwards A I
BrouKhton. Printers and Binders, doing business in the city of Raleigh
a hA mmA firm tia.vA made a contract with the Svxias PUBLISH
lng Company to print J,ouo oopies oi rnrnera u w J
Ml BVC mm mmm mm mm. mm U m wmm I
lyearxvw. wa .ikih !.
OWwo W D01VIV oi" aim wiaviium ta
SEAL. presence, this the 27th day of August, A. D.
1800. W.M. Buss, Clerk Superior Court, ...
Under New Management. 'Has
82 : PER : DAY.
Joe Wolf. Proprietor.
The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.)
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