Kaleib,N. O., May 2, 1901.
KritTwl at th l'wt Office in KaMjrn,
N. ('., " scornl-cIafl mail matter.
VKKV LATKST NKWh.
la t ti Superior Court for Vkf
cuauty ttiix week there will b a tri
al of the $10,0)0 ltbtl suit or John B.
Hoaney t. The N ws and Obiterrer.
There are many witntHoM.
KeT. Thomas Dixon, Jr., who it
well known all over the country,
lectured in Raleigh on Tuesday night.
Hii subject wai "New America" aod
the lecture was giteu for the benefit
of the H&ptiat Female I'uiversity.
Mr. K. K. Wyatt, one of Kaleiarh't
oldest nnd most respected citizen
died at his home in the city last Sat
urday night. He was HI years ot
age, and for three score years nad
been identified with the upbuilding
aud growth of tho city.
The new executive committee of
the State Agricultural Hoclety, met
In italelgn on Monday and selected
Tuesday, October 22nd to Baturda)
the 26th as the time for the next
State Fair, it was announced that
Qon. W. P. Roberts bai been chosen
as chief marshal, and bad accepted
Numbers of persons from the coun
try hare bt-en brought to the pent
house near Ktleitfh during the piHt
few dayr, some having smllp'x, ba
most beiug placed in the dttentieu
camp. Humx negro families in th.a
township were found to bave the dis
ease. Compulsory vaccination is in
progress in two or three township.
Durham is discussing a report that
Mr. H. N. Dak, one of the wealth
iest mn in the Htate, will remove to
New York. lie has purchased a
handsome residence th re it is under
stood, and will spend at least a por
tion of his time there. II is removal
would mean a serious loss to the
state as he has been one of the lead
era in its industrial development.
The Governor baa appointed as
Board of Visitors to the Agricultural
and Meehanical College Charles W.
Gold, Wilsoo; W.J. Peele. Rtleigb;
it. L. Smith, Htaoley ; J. B Stokes,
Windsor ; W. S. Primrose, Raleigh ;
D. A. Tcmpklos, Ctiarlottf; Mat.
Moore. Kenansvilli ; W. II. Rgere,
High Point; Frank Wood, denton;
David Clark, Charlotte; J. Frank
Ray, Macon county.
Raleigh has been trying to effect
some plan for the erection of a
building to be known as an audito
rlum, the chief purposes of which
are to be for the accommodation of
large gathering, conventions and
the like. There has been much talk
about It for nearly two years. It
begins to look now as though the
matter may take some shape, and
the "auditorium" may be built in
connection with a theatrical hall.
An Interesting case is being argu
ed in the Supreme Court. It in
volves 804 acres of the estate of the
late Paul Cameron, who was the
State's wtalthHHt citizen. The
lower court awarded Capt. R 15.
Peebles and others 84 acres, and
George Graham and others 800
acres. Some of the deeds and titles
of the lands Involved go back to
the time of Chhrles II. Both sides
appealed to tho Supreme Court.
Chairman Green of the county com
missioners has awarded a contract to
Mr. Jacob Allen for the erection to
the counU j ail of a brick addition to
tne kitchen at a cot of $212. The ad
dition will be 11x12 teet, interior
measurment, one story high. It is
proposed to haye this new room for
the jailer and eook and charge the
apartments now used by them into
Quarters for female prisoners so
that they will be more completely
isolated from the male prisoners.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
and the Ldies' Confederate Memo
rial Association here have sent to
the Secretary of War a petition ask
ins that the? be allowed to remove
from Arlington cemetery, noar Wash
ington, to the Confederate cemetery
at Raleigh the bodies of one hundred
North Catohua soldiers. Governor
Avoock and other State officers, at
the ptrsjual request of the organi
a ktions named, joined in the request.
Sixteen years ago 185 bodies were
thus transferred from Arltogtoa here
People of lor on to, Canada, a
writing questions about the dispen
saries in this state whether they
will replace saloon; whetner they
have reduced the amount of drink
ing or improved the eaaltty of the
drink ; whether they are managed by
temperance men. and whether any
moral suasion is used to discourage
or prevent purchases; whether they
are run as any other mumc pal ser
vice would be; and what iffdct the
change has apon the hotel accommo
The cotton men of Raleigh who
have been upholding the theory o
high prlct a for cotton in the fal
are beginning to change their opln
Ions. As the season opens up, a ad
some knowledge of the acreage and
conditions comes In, it begins to
look as though the amount of cot
ton planted will be abnormally
great, and this of course means
seems tobS no help for it. There
never win be until tne tanners ana
planters shall learn the science of
Governor Aycock has appointed
the following members of the State
Board ot Health, their term of office
to begin at the next meeting of the
Board, which will be held in Dur
ham at the time of the meeting of
the State Medical Society, probably
during the week in May beginning
with the 20th. Drs. W. P. lvey. of
Lenoir and Riehard H. Lewis of Ral
eigh, for six yean; Drs. George G
Tnomas of Wilmington, and Fran
eis Duffy of New Bern, for four years ;
and Mr. J. L. Ludlow, C. E , of Win-ton-Salem,
for two years.
A considerable proportion of the
population ot RUeigu U base-ball
erasj. The R&leigh club is a member
of the leagae, and daring the season
there will be seventy games played
here. Last Saturday there was dis
satisfaction with the umpire, and at
one time the spectators broke into
the 11 aid, grabbed the bats and made
ready for a general racket, knock
down and drag-out melee. The sport
is a good one and its influence from
an athletic stand-point is desirable,
but it seems that too many games
art characterised by poor playing or
to m M
U giving thouMitda of women health, beauty and rreedom from the drag,
fins palm which made their live to miserable. Wan face, haftard eyes
and emaciated form arc the results of suffering. What suffering can com
pare with the torture of Irregular menstruation. IcocorrKoea and failing of
the womb I Beauty flee quickly before the ravages of such disease. The
anarp pains of fslling of the womb deepen the crow tracks In the lace.
Menstrual irregularities rob the eye f It fire and the 'complexion of its
transparency. Leucorrhoca drains the body of Its strength, but Wine of
Cardui restores the natural beauty, brightens the eye. clears the complexion,
rounds out the figure and brings back the vigor of health. Every dnitilat
m this city handles $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
Far T-ea aad lltaratara, addraw,
tV aMr .C1'?f r-pto". -n. Lew Atwttf
Xb ChnS JlltclM Compear, Ckatuaoof., Tana.
BOOK COMMISSION'S RECOMMEND A-!
What Will b Uaod For Public KchooU-
( onimlHlun Coat 91 ,700 -Bills Ioclo
ld ler Jleui, Jloartl, I.auodr and nil
The Bab-Teit Hook Commisei .n
which was appointed to rxamice and
eport npon the t it books that are
ti be used in the public schools of
he state for the next fire Tears has
completed its report. The report is
sealed and its contents curfnllv
iruarded againnt publicity. It is
probable that it will be opened by
he state Text Book Com mission.
which is to iaally pass upon it either
today or Thursday.
The sub-commission met hre on
March 26 h. Tne act creating the
Text Book Commission provides that
the sub-commission shall not receive
compensation for more thin 30 days
lot re are ten members of the sub-
commission and they drew their per
diem and exponaes yesterday. Each
member averaged an expense aud
per diem account of $175.
The law says tho m rabers "shall
be paid a per diem of $4 per day, du
ring the time tbey are actaally en
gaged, and in addition shall be re
paid all money actually expended by
them in the payment of necessary
expenses, to BE PAID OUT OF THE
PUHLIC 8COOL FUND."
Tne members drew the per diem of
$4 a day and board and lodging to
ai d from th- depot, "postage," "tel
egramd" "shoe shines," "laundry"
and every thing else that could be
put into a bill. Tne sessions r.f the
Bub-eommiesion coat about $1,700
lne members of the sub commis
sion are: J. Y. Juyner, Greensboro ;
L.. O. Yrdeil. of Red BDrinsrs: J. A.
Butler, of 8 atesville; J. I. Foust. of
(ioldsboro; C. U. Wrijrbt, of Bre
vard; John C Scarborough, of Mur
reesboro, J. L. Ktshr, of Raleigh.
R. L. Flowers, of Darant; J. D.
Hedges, of Davie.
DR. PARKHURST AND THE NEGRO.
Ills Opinion na to the Attitude of North
ern nod Southern White Men.
NfW York, April 28. The llev.
Dr. Charles II. Parkhurst preached
today at the Madison Square Presby
terian church, on topics connected
with his recent trip South, he said the
conference held at Winston-Salem,
in North Carolina, was characterized
by the utmost frankness on both
sides, and yet from first to last, not
an embittering word was spoken. ,
Keferring to the estimation in
which the people of the South and
those of the North hold the negro,
Dr. Parkhurst said: "The South
erner aot'3 not lite tne negro any
letter than the average Northerner
does, but the two carry themselves
toward the negro with just about
the same amount of Christian con
sideration only of the two, the
Southern white man has perhaps
this advantage, that he does not
make quite so flamboyant a pretense
of loving the negro as his Northern
brother does. The Southern white
man dislikes the negro, and owns
up to it. The white man in the
North dislikeg the negro and lies
RELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
Disease relieved in six hours by
Niw Great South American
Kidey Cubs." It Is a ereat sur
prise on account of its exceeding
promptness in relieving pain in
bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of
water almost immediately. If you
want quick relief and cure this is
the remedy. Sold by Henry T.
Hicks, druggist, Raleigh, N. C.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease, Catarrh
ia a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you muse case inter
11 alls Catarrh cure is
not a quack medicine. It was prescrib
ed by one of tbe best physicians in this
country for years and is a regular pre
scription. it is composed ot tne oesi
tonics known, combined with 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 ior testimonials
Cotton Killed and Seed
Atlanta, April 20. A special to
the Constitution from Amerlcus
save: "Many farmers declared to
day that their cotton crop was eith
er killed or badlv damaged by last
night's cold weather. The seed sun
ply is said to be exhausted and the
problem Is serious. One field of 15
acres of watermelons was killed by
the cold weather and several farm
era reported peaches damaged and
dropping from the trecS.
505 and 504 Tucker Building,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Practices in all State and Federal
' r i
Beauty is Health.
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I thMk yt tor U UmSI I nottrt tnm
ymrtAwU A U. Wl ot Cr4t I took la
1 WM Ot I
o m to urtuli
via jror mArUm o4 BDd.etB I
lznprcr?.. Tb ulu lft tarn aad tk. mtntmm.
which em mi. lb eorr ct time, continued Ibxc
dr- 1 fml4 Mrvsftfe tod tey wmimhA
bM lcrMd. Mr bib.4i4,i th BilieTa
k mwU m bUr kioklnf tU.o ir btfon
Womwdy Kelth mam fcrtoht tytt, ry
thtekj. tUf umphxkm ami tUstkWy fUm
ThU U tht ytitfc tmmtMMirU by yr K
buty ol perfect wmKoxl. BcMtifel w.
" art happier and get more et f We tfua
ir iUn whoM faces Indicate tutltrin
Wine of Cardul made Mrt. Mannell better lolu
M and WiniUly happier became II cored her
thoM terrible pain. But aha mm exception.
NOTICE OK .SEIZURK
Notice in hereby given of seizure of
the following property for violation of
the internal revenue laws of the United
At Mayesville, N.C, 7 packages of
oorn whiskey, 285 4 gallons and stll
cap 2 copper worms of O. P. Rogers,
March 27, 1901.
At Carthage, N . C, 17 barrels corn
whiskey 754.4 gallons and copper still
cap and worms, 8 mah tubs, 4 ferment
ing tubs, 2 cistern barrels of W. R.
I rog-don, March 29, 101.
At arthage, N. C, 10 barrels corn
whiskey, 405 gallons of W. R.Trogdon,
March 27, 1901,
At Ransom's Bridge, N. C, 85 gal
lons corn whiskey, of Jim Wilder, Apr.
April S3, 1901.
Persons claiming the above property
will file their claims with me in my
office within thirty days as required by
law, or the same will be forfeited to
the use of the United States.
E. C.Dcncan.CoI lector.
By J P. H. A dims, Deputy Collector,
Raleigh, N. C
Special Ratee Vln SAL Railway.
Southern Baptist Convention Meet
ing, New Orleans, La , May 9-16
One first-class rate for round trip
from all points, rate from Raleigh
$25.50. Tickets sold May 7, 8 and 9,
return limit May 20. Extension of
final limit may be obtained until
June 1 by depositing ticket with
Joint Agent at New Orleans on or
before May 16, and on payment of
fee or fifty cents.
United Confederate Veterans' Re
union, Memphis, Tenn.. May 28
Special low rates from all points;
rate from Raleigh $16.45 for round
trip ; tickets sold May 25, 26 and 27,
return limit June 4. Extension of
final limit may be obtained until
June 30th, by depositing ticket
with Joint Agent at Memphis and
uponpayment of fee of fifty oents.
International Christian Endeavor
Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio Ju
ly 6-10, 1901. 1
One flrst-class fare for round trip j
from all points ; rate from Raleigh j
$16 55, tickets sold July 4, 5 and 6,
return limit July 14. Extension of i
tho final limit may be obtained to
September 1st by depositing ticket
with Joint Agent in Cincinnati on
or before July 10th, and
ment of fee of fifty cents.
National Educational Association,
Detroit, Mich , July 7-12, 1901.
One fare for round trip from all
points, plus $2 00 membership fee.
Rate from Raleigh $18.80 via Rich
mond, $20 60 via Washington. Tick
ets sold July 5. 6 and 7, return lm-
t July 16. An extension of nnal
lmit may be obtained to Septem
ber 1st, by depositing ticket before
July 12 with the Joint Agent at
Detroit and on payment or lee oi
Triennial Conclavve Knights
Templar, Louisville, Ky , Aug. 27-
One fare for round trip from all
points; rate from Raleigh $18 35 via
Richmond ; tickets sold August 24,
25, 26, 27 and 28, return limit Sep
For further information call on
U. U. UATTIS.
C. P. & T. A. Raleigh, N. C.
baking - ironing
v) anything that can be done with a wood or coal fire is done Ik
Jvli u etter' P an quick1" on " VtW
; 3D tows'
j p jj
FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS
Krs. WiHiot'i PooTstaa Starr
oi used for children wbi! Wibio.
It south tbe child, aofwn lb gMtxtt,
allaj all pio,rtirr wind colic, and is
tb bral remedy for Diarrhea. Tarn-ty-fl?
e enu a bottle. Bold by all drsf
f it tbrougboet tbe world.
A riCK CURE FOR
X COUGHS AND COLDS
Very vi!si! c Remedy ia aul
afleljons of the
THROAT or LUNGS!
2 Lare Rattles. 25c.
1AVH LAWKE5CE Of)., Umitad,
X 1'ru",. of iVrry Darte' Pi!-K:
Tbe Slate Noraal and Indsitrial
OF NORTH CAROLINA
Offers to young women thorough
literary, clasaical, scientific and indus
trial education and special pedasjogical
training. Annual expenses $94 to
$182; for non-residenta, $163. Faoulty
Of 80 members. Has matriculated
about 2,000 students, representing
every county in tbe Btate except one.
Practice and Observation School of
about 250 pupils. To secure board in
dormitories, all free tuition application
should be made before August 1.
Correepondence invited from those
desiring competent trained teachers.
For catalogue and other information
addresa until August 15th
PROF. J. Y. JOYNER,
Dean of College
('HAS O MoIVER. President
Fifty Thousand Copies
Of TURNER'S N. O. ALMANAC
To advertise la simply to make known, who you are, where you are,
and what you have to soli. How to do this effectually, and at the small
est possible cost is the problem for you 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 use a
medium that has reputation, circulation and permanency. Turner's N.
C. Almanac has been the State Standard for 64 years, and has an annual
circulation of 50,000 copies, and remains a standing advertisement for
a year. Advertising rates npon application.
ENNIS PUBLISHING CO., RALEIGH, N. C.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
City or Raleigh, Wakk County.
N. B. Broughton makes oath that he is of the firm of Edwards A
B rough ton, Printers and Binders, doing business in the city of Balelgb
and that the said firm have made a contract with the Enmiss Publish
ing Company to print 50,000 copies of Turner's N. C. Almanac for the
year 1900. N. B. BROUGHTON.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
SEAL. presence, this the 27th day of August , A. D.
1900. W. M. Russ, Clerk Superior Court,
by Vitruvius Rotstxb, Deputy Clerk.
CALIFORNIA King Gold Mines Company
32 Broadway and GO Jiew St., Xew York.
JOHN P. JONES, President.
CAPITAL 1,000,000 SHARES PAR VALUE, $5,00
FULL PAID NON-ASSESSABLE.
Hon. John P. Jones, Gold Hill,Nev.
U. S. Senator and mine owner.
Hon. Janus B. Grant, Denver, Colo
Ex-Gov. of Colorado, of Grant &
Omaha Smelting Co.
Hon R. F. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls,
S. D., U. 8. Senator.
Hon. Willard Teller, Denver, Colo.
Attorney at Law.
W m. C. Kean, Jr., Philadelphia,
Pa. Real Estate and Insurance.
John C. Montgomery, Denver, Colo.
Pres Montgomery Investment Co.
; wells Fargo & Co.'s Bank,
1 n nnn nnn ou t
Offer 200,000 Shares Treasury Stock at $3.00 per Share.
The California King Gold Mines Company owns 23 claims in Pica
cho Basin, four miles from the Colorado River in California, and 20
milts by direct road from Yuma, Ariz.
Development work has been in progress for the last six years, and
more than 10,000 feet of shafts, drifts, levels and cuts have been com
pleted and paid for by the owners.
Upwards of fi teen million tons of ore are now ready for the mill
all of which will be mined by open cuts at a nominal cost.
A contract has been entered into for tbe erection of a mill aud
cyanide plant capablo of handling 1,000 tons of ore daily, which will bt
completed this year. The directors guarantee that this plant will bi
placed in operation .regardless of the amount of treasury stock subscribed.
The net profit after commencing operations will exceed $60,000 a
month, and probably reach $100,000 a mo atb, within a year. The ore
in sight will supply such a plant for more than forty years.
The property is owned by the directors. There is no promotion
stock or promotion money. No salaries to officers. Every dollar real
ized from the sale of stock goes into the treasury to pay for the plant.
Not ft share of stock has been offered for sale before.
Reports of J. Ralston Bell, London ; Wm A. Farlsh, Denver ; Emer
son Gee, Denver; P. C. DuBois, Berkeley, Cal ; J. L, Sheperd and others,
all eminent mining engineers, agree in recommending this property.
Application will be made to list stock on the Boston Stock Exchange.
Prospectus and any information desired will be furnUhed on appli
cation. Subscriptions received by
THE CALIFORNIA KING GOLD MINES CO , 32 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Notes & Dana. 27 State St., Boston.
' Wtmnk, Prince & Co., Ixc , Betz Bldg. Philadelphia.
of The South.
The Dirt-et Lm U point
Florida - Cuba
2trioiy FIRST CLASS Equipment
on ail through and local trains; Pull
man Palace Sleeping oars on all sight
trains. Fast and safe schedule.
Trarel by the Southern and you are
assured a safe, comfortable and expe
Apply to tioket agents for tlsse ta
bles, rates and general information, or
(No trouble to answer questions)
8. H. HAEDWICK, O. P. A..
Washington. D. C.
R L VERNON,
T P A
Charlotte. N C
TBAD C 8TUROIS,
C T A
Raleigh, N C
be issued for the Year 1901
Hon. Ashley W. Cole, Brooklyn, N
Y., Chairman Board of State Rail
Stilson Hutch Ins, Washington, D. C.
Publisher and mine owner.
Harry M. Gorham, Carson City,
Nev. Pres. Bulion Excb.as.ge
Bank and Supt. Comstock mln s.
Hon Stephen W. Dorsey, N. Y Ex
U. S. Senator and mine owner.
Jerome B. Landft Id, Jr., B ngbam
ton, N. Y. Director Blngbamtun
J. B Landfleld, Jr.. Secretary and
03 Broadway, Xew York.
& Schoyib, 411 Wood St., Pittsburg.
Our DOBBIN &
Ready to Wear ; m mcteis ciore.
Tailor Made Suits,
Shirtwaists. Silk and YVuh&ble Kind
The Largest and Llost Select Stocks
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Come to Raleigh and be fitted. No extra charge for
any attentions to further perfect the fit Mail Orders
Public School Books!
Tbe Public Schools
tne State, and will
school books and supplies can be bad at a
discount to teachers and dealers from
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
BAT .THIGHS:, 25T. C
Cures All Skin Diseases.
CURED TO STAY CURED? YES, CURED TO STAY CURED!
And that meanH CURED TO STAY CURED!
Sent by Mall for 25 cent.
William Simpson, Pharmacist, Raleigh, It. C.
Make a Speeialty of, at
Shoes, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and
RALEIGH. N- C
Sates $2.00 and
Elegant Rooms With Baths,
50 ENTS PER DAY EXRA.
L. T. BROWN. Manager
FHKE COACH AT ALL TRAINS.
The Original HEADACHE
and NEURALGIA CUBE.
SAFEST - AUD - BEST
25 and 50 centa a bottle
For 8al by all Drng&iata
LEAVES NO BAD EFFECT -WHATEVER
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ar all v . Uervtov Uy
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are nou opening mi
need supplies. These
The Man With the Ax
NEEDS CLOTHES THAT Will WEAR.
ThU Lt tbe kind
Popular Prices. Men's and Boyg
02.50 per dayj
WATCHES ABU JEVELBY.
High caks Goods. Lowest prioaa.
My Clocks are reliable any style.
The little intermittent alarm clock
ia a sure worker. Every home
Repairing D::s H::2stly tzi
If you are thinking of purchaalnjr
a Watch or watch-charm or other
Jewelry, come to aee me.
Local Inspector for S. A. L.
Pimples, blotches and all other
spring troubles are eared by Hood's
Barsaparilla the moat effective of
all spring medicines.
Tc IjtGmt WtU to Sik
Tbe Farmer and iletkaiiiVs
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