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June 13, 1901, edition 1 /
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PUBLISHED EVF.RT THURSDAY
BTTHK CAUCASIAN PUB. CO.
tlx hf oaths,
The present managers of the pen
itentlary, who are choice selection
made by the Himmons redshlrt ma
chine, are now (Kitting up a pitiful
plea that the penitentiary cannot s
wlf-hUMtalnimr on account of the re
cent great flood which have dam
aid the) crow and broken nome ot
the dike, etc.
It will be remembered that in the
i-aiunalirrf of 1 Hii7 and rVJ'J them
name Democratic politician charged
that the penitentiary not nelf-
hUHtaining, ami that thin was due to
the incomMtencf and corruption
(none of which was ever proven) or
the fusion management. Ho when
the Democratic politicians came into
Dower they proceeded to ihhuo one
hundred thousand dollars of bontln
which they (dated on the face of the
bonds were indued to y the indebt
edneMH of the penitentiary on account
of the mismanagement of the Fu
hIoii administration. No credit was
given to the Fusion management on
account of neveral years of bad crojiH
and on account of live-cent cotton
all of theHO things were charged uj
to "Incompetence and mismanage
ment." Hut hince the Democratic
machine got In control It is notice
able that they have bad good ctom
and that cotton has sold, not at five
cents, but at nine and ten cents per
pound. Yet during that time they
have spent $105,000 nioie than they
made, and in the face of their ex
travagance and mismanagement they
have had the "cheek" to issue
statement that they were making
the penitentiary self-sustaining.
Nb doubt, at an early date they
will change their tune and declare
that they cannot now make it self
sustaining on account of the recent
floods and the cold spring, but if the
Fusion management could receive
no credit on account of bad crop
years and on account of five-cent
cotton, then why should the Demo
cratic management receive any cred
it on account of recent floods and the
cold spring after they have had two
years of good crops ar d nine, or ten
In this connection the following
extract from the Raleigh letter to
the Charlotte Observer, under date
of June 4th, is interesting and per
"At every meeting of the board
some member asks the question,
"Where is all the stuff the late man
agement claimed to have?" Then
there is a dead silence. One of the
old board is a member of the new
one, and he told your correspondent,
with quite a flourish, last winter
that it was Impossible for the peni
Itentiary to need a dollar this year or
In 1902, or indeed ever afterwards,
provided the admirable system in
vogue wm maintained. Now, when
,the question is asked "Where Is all
that stuff?" etc. This member sits
mute. An oyster is talkative com
pared to him. Where is the $20,000
,on the right side of the ledger," and
where is the great supplies on hand?
The peanut crop, as director O'Bor-
jry says, has swunk" as Governor
Nance's catfish did."
We Join with the Observer's cor
respondent in asking why that prom
ised report giving the condition of
the penitentiary has not been made
and also where is that $20,000 profit
which they claimed to have made
After the Democratic machine has
figured up all the loss that they can
possibly charge to the floods, then
let them show that they could have
made the penitentiary self-sustaining
if there had been no floods.
It will be noticed from the above
clipping that director O'Berry at
tempts to excuse the condition of
the penitentiary on the ground that
the peanut crop has "swunk." Di
rector O'Berry may be a pretty fair
lumberman, but as a director of the
penitentiary he is nothing more or
lees than a burlesque.
IS THE REVENUE ACT CONSTITU
TIONAL! Many features of the Ilevenue
Law passed by the last legislature
are meeting with condemnation on
all sides. Many of those who feel
the injustice of the act have begun
to investigate its constitutionality.
The last legislature and the one
preceding it have passed so many
unconstitutional laws that it will
be strange indeed if they have not,
in their partisan and revolutionary
crusade, made the revenue act un
constitutional also. Of course, they
will want to Impeach the whole
court if this act Is declared uncon
stitutional, but, no doubt, they will
come to tLe conclusion that they
cannot do so.
In this connection we are remind
ed of a story that was being told
around the Yarborough House by
some of the Simmons' machine fat
owers while the Impeachment trial
wu in program. The story tu in
tended to be at the expenrw of the
udgea who were being tried and
wu to the effect that upon one oc
casion a hunter, having shot at a
wild turkey and having succeeded
only In breaking one of his wings,
attempted to outrun the turkey and 1
catch it. The swift footed bird.1
however, reached the fence, leapedWn
t o-llhlv. and tMl Into the woods
- D ST -
out of sight. The hunter reached
he fence and leaning upon it al
most breathlessly exclaimed, "Oh,
d n you; I didn't catch you, but
you will roost lower the remainder
of your Hie."
This story was told with much
pleasure and satisfaction, we are in-
formed, by members of the 8im-
rons' Machine as applying to the
Judges when it became evident that
the effort to Injoeach them would
probably fall, but Inasmuch as the
court has lnce declared the first actluuured dollars in expenses ana sai-
of the last legislature that came lie-
fore them unconstitutional (we re
fer to the unconstitutional act at
tempting to create an unconstitu
tional Judge in the Asheville Dis
trlct), we have not lately heard ol
members of the Simmons' machine
repeating this story.
TU K HUFFHAOK PItOBLEM IX ALA
if AM A.
The Caucasian has on several oc
casions referred to the struggle which
the Alabama constitutional conven
tion is having with the suffrage
question. The other day when the
"grand-father" clause, copied from
Louisiana and iNorth Carolina, was
offered in the convention there were
many protests atrainst it on the
ground that it was unconstitutional
and that the only way to reduce the
influence of the negro in Southern
politics was by prohibiting him
from holding race, wmcft it was i
constitutional to do under the 15th
A recent issue of the New Orleans
Times-Democrat containing a report
m i .a a a I
oi one uay-s proceedings oi me con-1
veution has Just been received. It
' reports Mr. Knox, the chairman ofwe ia8t published a list of those
the convention as going further in
his opposition to the "grand-lather"
clause and declaring that Alabama
cannot afford to offer a stimulus to
the young negroes to learn to read
and write so as to enjoy the buffrage
and to deny to the white youth oi
the South that same incentive. It
will not do, he declared in effect, to
tell the negro boys, "We will let
you vote if you learn to read and
write," and to tell the white boys
"you will get suffrage however
Illiterate you may be; you need no
go to school; you can vote whether
you go there or not."
Thus it will be seen that Chair
man Knox is not only opposed to
the grand-father clause, which at
tempts to let all illiterate white
people vote for eight or ten years
while requiring all the negroes to
learn to read and write at once be
fore they can vote, on the ground
that it is unconstitutional, but also
on the ground that it will cause
more negroes than whites to learn
to read and write in the next few
years. Heklo ftvorof giving to
the whites at least an equal Incen-hf
tive and inducement to get an edu-1
cation as that given to the negroes,
This position taken by Chairman
Knox is unquestionably sound and
patriotic. The Caucasian used
this same argument and tried to in
fluence the Simmons' machine in
this state to desist from Its unwise!
and unnonHtltntlnnRi nniinv f n tv.
U -I, bu, to ... our -PPb
auu nrKuiiieuuj mey lurueu a ueai
It is noticeable that Senator Mor-
t gan has Joined with Chairman Knox the penitentiary, we are really en
ti .ta t in I Joying something like a "force and
. J in this position. It will be remem- lidT, ft(1mlniat
hered that Senator Morgan attempt
ed to defend the North Carolina and
Louisiana provisions in the Senate
last summer, but now, when it
comes to legislating for his own
state, he has changed his mind and
thinks that that policy is not con
stitutional or wise.
THE GREAT FLOODS, THE DAM
AGE. AND THE CAUSES.
In another column will be found
a report made by an officer of the
Geological Survey as to the damage
caused by the recent great floods in
ine western part ot the state and al-
so an interesting discussion as to the
wmvu va wuajv iiWUOt
It will be seen that the officer
wno maae we examination says
that the rainfall was not so large as
it has been in the past when much
leas damage was done, and that the
. . ' ,
present damage resulted from the
cutting away of the forests from the
mountain sides. He concludes his Tuw tnough stamps cut from
. . . ..... . . envelopes, and envelopes post mark
report by saying that the establish- ed without stamps havT value. Reg
ment of the Appalachian Park to ister them to me and I will quote yon
preserve the forests around the
the forests around the
headwaters of these streams would
be one of the greatest and most ef
The Senate Committee on Forest
Reservations during the last session
A f Am
ox liongress iavoraDiy reported a
bill to establish the
floods should cause the next Congress February, but on account of In
to establish this park and forest re-' crease of travel it has been decided
serve without further delay. thla Bervioe in effec
PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS. "
In another column of Ihw bwue 01
the Calcaia.h we publlh a list of
the public school books selected by
the BUte Board of Education for the
next five yean. Many of the books
recommended by the Board are new
to us, and, therefore, we are unable
to say whether they are better or
worse than the books that have been
use. If they are equally as good
or better, then we desire to congrat-
ulate the Board upon securing the
contract for the books for the next
five years at a lew price than they
have cost In the past.
However, it is rather significant
that the sub-Text Book Commission
I A .
appoinieu oy me legislature recom
menaea aimot entirety ainerent
mm a . .
from those selected and ap
proved by the State Board ofEdu
I At ran a mm at a a a
on. mis suo-iexi uook uom
h"lion created by the legislature
cost the State one thousand seven
arles, and yet it seems their work
has been worth nothing, because the
State Board of Education has spurn
ed, or, at least, ignored their report
and adopted a lot of new books with
strange names. We, trust, however,
that their action has been wise and
will prove beneficial to the State in
the long run.
THE SCANDAL GBOW8.
In another column will be found
an editorial taken from the Monroe
Enquirer headed "Has reached the
Sickening Point." The Enquirer is
a democratic paper, but it Justly
raises its protest against the action
of the members of the last legisla
ture in creatine a lartre number of
new offices and then filling all these
offices with themselves.
in tne nrst place, there was no
necessity for the creation of these
new offices, and in the next place.
eyen r there were such a necessity
lomm HAnnv cHauM h.va v
men who voted to create these places
at the public expense from voting
themselves the jobs
The Caucasian has referred to
this scandal several times. Since
members of the Wislatnre who had
CIeated lobs for themselves, Mr. Rob
inson, a member of the legislature
from Anson county, has secured one
of the 8olicitorships which he voted
to create, and Mr. Mann, another
member of the legislature, has se
cured for himself the new fat posl-
tion of head of the penitentiary.
Surely the voters of the state will
not approve of such methods when
next they render
the ballot box.
their verdict at
The State Board of Elections for
the next two years has been ap
pointed. It consists of ihree demo-
crate and two republicans. The
Simmons Machine is determined
that the Peoples party shall not
have representation, and further
more, the two republicans on the
Board are from the extreme western
part of the state. Therefore, the en
tire opposition to the Democratic
party in the whole central and east
ern parts of the state is denied rep
resentation on this most important
Notwithstanding this effort to
SGi. Tsfte Br
th Penni niHvnon unno
representative on every election
bo at every voting precinct in
eastern part ot the state the
uiBjuribiei wuiuu ouuuiuus lias Otien
able to steal in the east will disap
pear or the people will know the
With strikes, the importation of
foreigners to take the places of local
less extravagance in nearly every de-
Ipartment of state, junketing of
public officers, the bankruptcy of
In connection with the flamboy
ant letter of the de-facto governor
of this state, in which he talks about
preventing lawlessness, preserving
peace &c , we pause to ask what in
the thunder does a red-shirt force
and fraud . governor know about
P:rby Davis' Pain Killer Its
va' 1Mb n. properties as a speedy
lUTh inr it a in cannot fall fn ho cran
orally appreciated, and no family
I should be without it In case of acci-
?..or !u.a k , 0rSy8GDtoeryJ
I diarrhea or cholera morbus Sold
everywhere. Avoid substitutes.
I there ia but one Patn-KUlor, Perry
uavis-. nce zdc. and 60c.
LOOK UP YOUR OLD CONFED
Confederate Stamps are worth
money. Look among tout old let-
t?5',and ask old P?Ple tot their
old letters, written during the war of
61 65. Those on original envelopes.
I with post marks and cancelled, are
RALBI0H, N. C.
Change in Pullman Service.
Taking effect about June 10th,
the Seaboard Air Line Railway
will resume operating Pullman car
between Hamlet and Portsmouth
on tnelr trains AOS. 38 and 41 pass
'THE NEW WVMl
It rs. Bo Parkar.
Mrs. Rose Parker. President William
Downs Woman's Rllf Corps No. 48,
also ohaplaln Northwestern Legion of
Honor, writes from 2419 Central avenue,
Minneapolis, Minn., a follows:
"For Merer year I Buffered with a
trere backache, and constant drag
ging pain. Soma doctor gara It one
mama and aoma another, but none gave
relief. Sereral ot my Mend urged
ma to try Peruna, ao I waa finally
persuaded to try It and the tint bottle
brought blessed relief. I bare used It
off and on for three years. It keeps me
In excellent health."
Dr. Rachel A. Magaw, 07 W. Jefferson
street, Springfield, O., says: "Your Pe
rnna la worth its weight In gold. I feel
like s new woman."
The coming of what Is known as the
new woman" in our country is not
greeted by everyone as if she were a
great blessing. Bat there is anotbei
new woman whom everybody Is glad to
see. Every day some invalid woman is
exclaiming, "I have been made a new
woman by Dr. Hartman's home treat
ment." It is only necessary to send
name, address, symptoms, duration of
sickness and treatmentalready received
to Dr. Hartman,ColnmbusfO.,and direc
Hons for one month's treatment will be
promptly forwarded. The medicines
an be obtained at the nearest drug
Health and Beauty" sent free to any
address by The Peruna Medicine Co.,
NERVOUSNESS AND NERVE.
The more nervous a man is, the
less nerve be has That sounds par-
adoxical but it
for nerve is
Hood's S&rsaparilla gives nerve.
It tones the whole system, perfec's
digestion and assimilation, and is
therefore the best medicine a nerv
ous person can take.
If you get tired easily, mentally or
physically, take it it will do you
At Savannah, Oa., Tuesday thirty
extra policeman were sworn in by
the Mayor to protect the property
of the Seaboard Air Line and their
employers. Tne strikers and their
sympathizers were trying to per
suade the other machinist employed
by the Seaboard to quit work. One
of the employers was wounded with
A Slight Attack of crampk may
bring on Diarrhoea, which is, many
is, in many cases, followed by in
flammation of the stomach and
other dangerous comp aints. All
such disorders are dangerous and
should in thdir infancy be treated
with the best known remedy. The
merits of Pain-Killer are known
and it is recognized as the standard
specific for cramps, diarrhoea, etc.
Avoid substitutes, there is bat one
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price
25c. and 50c.
The Teachers' Assembly is in ses
sion in Wilmington this week.
RELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
Disease relieved In six hours by
"Nw Great South American
Kidky Cubb." It is a great 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.
Men can be cured privately and
positively at home of all weakness
and disease. Write for new free book
to Dr. J. N. Hathaway, 22 u. Rroad
St., Atlanta, G. tf.
A Purse Found.
A purse containing money has been
found on Fayettavllle street, of this
city. If the owner will call at room
505 Tueker Building, and identify
the purse, it will be returned to
him upon paying to the Caucasian
the cost ol this advertisement.
"My Dear 8X,'' exclaimed lawyer
Bartholomew Livingston, meeting
the Rev. Dr. Archibald Wiudaam on
the village street, "What does this
meaiif I thought yon were laid up
with all sorts of b&d disease P
"And so I was," replied the rever
ent gentleman, "I had an attack of
indigestion and from that time on
my whole system has baen in a dis
ordered condition until I bean tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla which has
put me on my feet and cured all my
"I don't doubt it," said the lawyer.
"This same medicine cured my wife
of rheumatism and my little girl oi
scrofula. When they say it's the
best medicine money can buy, they
onlv tell the truth."
."Yes, yes, so thy do," replied the
minister, and the two passed on.
A telephone line between In gold
and Garland has been completed
and is in successful aperation. It is
to be hoped that we will soon have
our line from here to Dano comple
ted, and then of course we must con
nect with Ingold. The cost wonld
not be much as the distance is only
abont twelye miles. Clinton Cauca
sian. BalMma from tl Northern W?d
are h Pyn jsBakam, the certain cure foreongt.
monS? tadl in tha OWnta IuIbJ.
ia. Thooaandaaf taJ
paoala tuinc than orar a rear:
STANDARD GAS LAMP CO.
1I8-I20 Michigan U Chloagv.
The four burglar who robbed the
rot Office at Emma, near Abbeville,
Feb. 8th, have been found guilty of
burglary In the first degree, - the
lnalty for which la death, though
they have not yet been sentenced
by the Judge.
WORKED 24 HOURS A DAY.
There's no rest for those tireless
little workers Dr. King's New
Life Pills Millions are always
busy, curing torpid liver, jaundice,
biliousness, fever and ague. They
banish sick headache, drive out
malaria. Nver gripe or weaken.
Small, taste nlo work wonders.
Try them. 25 enta.
Sold by all druggists.
Mr. McKlalcr I pro la Siowlj.
Mrs. McKinley has been quite 111
since she and the President returned
from their tour, which was cut short
by her hickm1, but latest reports
from the White House states that
hhe Is improving slowly.
HAYS HE WAS TORTURED.
"I suffered such pain from corns
I could hardly walk," writ H.
Robinson, Hillsborough, Ills, ''but
Bucklen's Arnica Halve completely
cured them. Acts like magic on
sprains, bruises, cuts, sores,' scalds,
burn?, bolls, ulcer a. Perfect healer
of skin diseases and piles. Core
guaranteed. Price 25c.
Sold by all druggists.
Gov. of Alabama Dead.
W. J. Bam ford, Governor of
Alabama, died Tuesday night at
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Heart disease was
the cause of death.
A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL.
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint acned and every nerve
was racked with pain," writes C.
W. Bellamy, a locomotive fireman,
of Burllcgton, Iowa. I waa weak
and pale, without any appetite and
all run tlown. As I was about to
give up, I got a bottle of Eiectrlo
Bitters and. after taking it, 1 felt I
well as I ever did in my life." Weak
sickly, run down people always
gain new life, strength and vigor
from their use. Tiy them. Satlsfao
Sold by all druggists.
A white man was lynched in
Hamburg, Ark., Monday night for
stealing a horse.
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate
of Alexandria, Ind., "and could
hardly get any sleep. I had con
sumption so bad that If I walked
a block I would cough frightful v
and spit blood, but, when all other
medicines failed, three $2.00 bottles
or Dr. King's New Discovery wholly
cured me and I gained 58 pounds."
It's absolutely guaranteed to cure
Coughs, Colds, LaGrlppe, Bron
chitis and all Throat and Lung
crouDies. race ouc and $1.00. Trial
Sold by all druggists.
The Southern Industrial conven
tion is being held at Philadelphia
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sybup has
been used for children while teething.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all painjeures wind colic, and is
tne Dest remeuy ior iiarrnoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
Some of President McKinley's
friends are in favor of nominating
him for a third term. But the
President says he would not accept
ot the nomination, and further
states that there are graver things
to take the attention of the people
wander when the brain is
tired. Overwork, nervous
irritation, worry and mental
strain exhaust the brain
forces and diminish their
thought power. Feed the
brain, strengthen the nerves
and build up new vigor, vi
tality and mental power.
The greatest of all brain
foods and nerve tonics is
Dr. Miles Nervine.
"I hare used Dr. Miles' Nervine at
various times for years. I hare found
it a perfect remedy in cases of nenroos
' ness and insomnia, caused by pro
tracted mental strain and overwork.
Have also used it in ray f amity and I
know it is a true brain and nerve food."
R. H. MxaTiN, Charleston, W. Va.
feeds and nourishes the
brain and nerves, over
comes irritation, and brings
sweet, refreshing sleep.
Sold by druggists oa guarantee
Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, lad.
J. HirWTOX HATHAWZT.X.D. and examination and advice. Ho win also send tne. tn Nrnm
wrapper hi new 64 page 090k and setf-f ismfosUoa symptom btanXa, Is nijasi wTm writes It
blm In confidence, . -
4. NEWTON HATHAWA1
ir, Batlutway M ife
AV. r. O.
The H la lW act ol an tlxnoatcad
fcMTarwtyof diacaaca. TbT ar kacr.
by tuwcs nanem. tmt are all doe to lb
mlm catur. acid a4 other P-V
tb blood that irritate and intertw wun
the proper acto of the akia.
To have a smooth, aoft akio. free from
U rroptiona. the blood moat be kq pore
and healthy. The many preparaliooaof
xaenic and fwaah aod the large number
of face powder ad lotiooa generally
acd ia this ciaaa of disease cover ap
for a abort time, but cannot remove per
manently the ngly bUuhe and the red.
diaftgwiac pun pi
i. loaawpfMM. A ten kaOra
O. O. O. a "
the worst forma of akin trouble. It la
th- analyst of all blood purifiers, and the
only oo guaranteed purely vegctaba.
Bad Mooa anaae dm comptcama.
purifies and invigo
rates the old and
make new. rich blood
that nourish the
body and keep the
akin active and healthy and to proper
conditio to perform tta part towarus
carrying off the impurities from the body.
If you have Bcsema, Tetter. Acne, Salt
Rheum, Paocaais, or your akin is rougn
and pimply, send for our book on Blood
and Skin Diseases and write our physi
cians about your case. No charge whaV
er for this servic.
WIPT SrtClFlC COMPANY. ATLAaTa. tX
NOT1CK OK SK Z KK
Notice is hereby given of seizure of
the following property for violation of
the internal revt-uue laws of the United
At If ayesville. N. C , 7 packages of
corn whiskey. 285 4 gallons and still
cap 2 copper worms of O. P. Rogers,
Marrii 27, 1901.
At arthage, N U- 17 barrels corn
whiskey 754 4 gallons and copper still
cap and worms, S mash tubs, 4 fermen t-
ing tub, 2 cistern barrels and the
distillery premises of W. Jt. Trogdon,
March 29, IH)1.
At t arthage, N. (J., 10 rarrels corn
whiskey, 405 gallons of W K Trogdou,
March 27, 1901,
At Ransom's Bridge, N. C, 85 gal
ions corn whiskey, of Jim Wilder, Apr
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.
K. C.Ddhcah.CoI lector.
By J P. H. Adams, Deputy Tollector.
April iS, 1901.
NOTICE OF SEIZURE AND
P STRICT COURT OP
THE UNITED STATES
aiHTBKN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
NO. 25, United states Against Distill
ery and Apparatus and Fixtures
and Twelve Packages of Corn Whis
To C. A. Norbis, Wilson county, N. C.
ana to an whom it may concern
Notice is hereby given, that the
above mentioned property was seized
Dy k. Duncan, collector of Inter
nal Revenue for the Fourth Collection
District of North Carolina, on the 11th
day of March 1901, as forfeited to the
uses of the United States, for violation
of the Internal Revenue Laws, and the
same is libelled and prosecuted in the
District Court of the United States for
condemnation for the causes in the
said libel of information set forth; and
that the said causes will stand for trialat
the court room of said court in the City
of Raleigh, on the 8d day of June next,
if that be a jurisdiction day, and it not,
at the next day of jurisdiction there
after, when and where you and all per
sons are warned to appear to show
cause why condemnation should not be
decreed, and judgment accordingly en
tered upon the said appraisement bond
herein, and to intervene for their in
terest. G.ven under my hand, at office in
Raleigh, this 20th day of May, 1901.
11. c. DOCK El
John K. FowUr. C. E. McCullen
FOWLER AND McCULhEM
Clinton, - - - N. C.
Will practice wherever services
are required. Special attention given
to collections. Office over O. J.
Raleigh Ilarble Works
Shipments madfi to
any part of the state at
same price as at shop.
Writ for Catalogue.
605 and 504 Tucker Building,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Practices in all State and Federal
Dr. Hathaway has
known as the leading
specialist to the ears
at chronic diseases, "Io
eurahia esses are sent
to- him dailv from ail
of aymmtltml oommlmxlom
when och remedie are relied on.
Mr. H. T. ". rm Lacaa A . St. Loaav
Ma.aar: "fctf w Aki4 l
vKkVdoSnr'M ermpuom trr face.
Zll ..i AmnArA to tnr S a. A. mmd T
tv tl taa am botU aa SalaW4 ia
parts of the country by physicians who have had demonstrated
to them the Invariability of his curt-s. To him do ease Is "hopeless.'
His method of treatment It his own. It is a system which has
been developed and perfected during his long years of active, con
has confined himself to the treatment of chronic
the Blood, tlie Nerves and the Genital an
Urlna;ynr?ans. Ills eures of Varicocele and Stricture without
operation, by means of a painless home treatment, are the marvel
of itie medical profession. Men who have lost the vigor of
nature or whose blood has been polluted by contagion are broughf
nack by him to a perfect state of health and energy.
He Invites all those who have any form of f tunas 1 rtlsraiu or
.wfifcknesstpeal) at his office, or write him, for free Ttattnn
33 Sooth Broad Street,
Leaves no Bad
IS, 25 and 60 Cm ts at Druggist.
Save Your Gardens
Pat. Man la aa4 Km. . llv?
Iat. la t'aU No, a. it.
. . eye death . .
1 Pound Package, - - - f .U
6 - .60
121 M 1.00
Julius Lewis Hardware Co., RaleiRh, h. c
Elkin Woolen Mills
& 2 d
v ify"wVlttoABTe'TOurwoolor have it mannfacturwl Uu
in 1 ieto Calraere,, Jeana, Llnaeya, FUnn.l. mni IySISiS
had in America, if yon want the beat made and moat eomforuTls ft
ting pants yon ever wore ; if you want to trade with the clev t m,i
you ever bad any dealing, with, try the ELKIN WOOLEN MI LUi 2
JU,Verrif,gr!l They have one of the laieat mill, la
the quality of their work is unexcelled vaiou, too
Write them for their handsome new caUlosrue, and do not dliDoat
of your wool until you see it. Address, no1 ai,P"
CHATHAH UK CO., Properieton.
Ol Art AN I LiU
R. R. FARE PAID
write quiet to
Central AcafleuiT, t;
School for boys and young men,
will begin Its annual session Oct.
Young men desiring to go to
school and pay in part with work
maV WrltA ta tin at nnna Ti..
" - trmmvo, . IfVU
one are desired Immediately: six
w mmu u wuis, at. lur carpenters
work, four for masonry and plast
ering, four for painting and one or
two far printing. For further par
ticulars address Rev. Chas. R. Tay
lor, Principal, Littleton, N. C
Men aud women of good address to
represent us, some to travel appoint
ing agents, others for local work look
ing after our interests. $900 salary
guaranteed early; extra commissions
and exoenses: rattid ntunun...
established bouse. Grand chance for
earnest man or woman to secure pleas
ant. Dermanent nnaitinn iik.Mii..
- r v SB iuiaiiuc
and future. New, briUiant lines. Write
23 Church St., New Haven. Conn
?. 5L L?.' JM Great Bnb, Cl::i t:i C:m Teaic.
m wctauni nriuraii w uuu awv ai v 1 aaw.
" --- .Ka wwiri nrn
night loan at oooe. ur-a Xerrons U-bllltV
Ineam. raiaUng KpeUs. Loss of Mctaorr "Zi
ren. Sexual ExLaostioa. Laoroor. ilred
VI85 DISCOVER Y-For all dli
eaoasd by a weak, ran-dowa eooditioa of tha
njfTvous mtem rures the bad ef&ftobaoro
??Z?TjSTlam.-tr- The very beat Ivmedr
ret dlacorererf lor lost Dens force aad will Dot
harm anyone or leave any Udeffprti Ton tS
system ao matter bow loisil b5?S? tbt
PBICB lift CPVTC a tv . .
Bboxes K r PtoSi Tstnip; tTZ
Try onebox anS can EXgZZ
Wr Jcrrsaaor Smear.
I The Only Hl8h Class
raonimy, at 25c
a Year, in th
z World aaaaaaa
Slfteem TageM.Fomr Cofaataj te the
typaft a Tsfacaslas la Itsalf; sack
ftpartmaat aditsd by -oaS 'W ksowi
ow ; - avsry arabar a mlam of laibma.
w aaa aa tartalnmsnt.
Cam sT a AsUas.
THE UNIVERSITY OF
Bfgics Jans 17th and continued all
20 University Courses Offend
The Hummer School for Teachers.
Begins Juns 17th and contlnoM
Instruction given In every brawl
of school work.
For circular containing full infor
F. P Vinabli, President,
or M. C. 8. Nosm,
SupL Summer School.
'Wiila. nra-TfTaTas S mkityi ovfliiaa,
WILBUR P). tfMITri. fLafTlCy.
WITH, Latxlnrton. Kr
a a sfrasfs mm - .
" sfcA T By taklas- Uii laUt a-K
vae a uroovf7. n rl hr-n . rUm umm ai4 ""
a tha cnUra trstrta. snakea tbc old ui-
In. iT " a M
you would liar thorn.
JUST FROM EUBOfKlAUm and l-t A
eoietj la saedleaj artcawa. Oaaraaiard irit
youta Imparts Um leeUnf aad J
extjAL osoANa weak
t7lZ!Tie.Y?a? rom rjoaaa a total f
la a mhtJUv cut for all aerwaa diamiM, f
DO YOU SLEEP WELL? If not. wc r"-
yoor DMorj. "
J.T DUCOVEKY OP THE AQZ
??J?r cWar aad ssaootav. Sua out yor
cbfk. a1 Too a beaiLfaT robust ai
' mooe- "ioyatia.
Kr C" a
'" T. Sou Aasars raa vac u. a-
CONTAINS THE FOLLOW I fiC
AfA,r I J.I M,tfT&:
Oas Sbort Stary. Biocraatsical Tid Bits.
Popular Sdaaca. flaam ptaatarnpar
Att tba Comforts of Hiias. Tbs ttml
Lawyar. rissiianat ' af Haalta. Ta
K4itor HaU Hotlaay. Tba Qais Cl
(priaa qaastiaa dayartaaaatj TTmOMCs
ioaltySaop. Sperta.Oaaiss aad Faatiaa.
Hasac trady.Tba Casalas; Oaara4
TTas First Taaaaaad. aad What ta Ds
With' It, T practical aaccaaa 4arta.U
Tad Story af this World.' "Wbaa tbs IMM
wars is (Mas.
Awaras al t
BllalMt WarM Esaa
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