""Kaleib, N. O., Jane 13, 1901.
KntereJ at the Tost Office in Raleigh,
N. ('., at second-class mail matter.
CUIIItKNT LOCAL NEWH.
The stor of B jylan, Pearce & Co ,
on Fajettetille street, waa rubbed
Hondsy of 19 25 Th re ia no cine to
Bid are being asked for the con
struction of the new textile build
lnor for the A. &. M. Collegw. Thin
balldloglsto be 75x130 feet cot
ton mill style.
It la Mid by farmers that labor
I ho scarce and high, that Is the
tttlng labor which they so greatly
demand at certain eesaons, that a
curtailment of acreage aeems nec
)saary. The Hupreme Court, last wwk,
reaftlrmed the verdict given by a
Wake county Jury to apt. 8. ti.
VoUy for $12,500 against the Booth
urn Hallway. Capt. Coley sustain
ed the loss of an arm in a smash
up at (Joldsboro some time ago.
Auditor Dixon, who has charge
of punalon matters, say the lists of
applicant are already coming In
andthat therO'"be no falling off,
on the contraryr"xl.ucrease. He
added that the avtrage North Car
olinian knows the value of a dollar
too well to deprive himself of It
when he Is entitled to It.
Pungent Points For Purchasers.
Good teeth are very deairable. To
hae tbem it ia neeeaaary that tbej
reeeire proper amotion andeare.
The New York Dental Association
under the management of Dr Noma
loeated in the Holleman building on
Fayetteville street, will treat them
for yon if they need it. Priees are
reasonable. Lk for their adver
tisement elsewhere in this issue. .
You may think yon are not going
fishing bnt the fact is that moet of
ui will go some day because we
can't go 'anywhere else. Haven't
lime yon see. Then remember
that Baaing tackle that will both
tempt and fool a fish Is a specialty
of A. 8. Womble at corner of Har
gett and Wilmington street. His
"Headquarters Card" is in this
The Hapreme Court Judges have
gone home. Chief Justice Furches
left for bis home at Htateavllle.
Justice Douglas went to his home
at Qreensboro. Justice Cook has
gone to his home at Warren ton
They will probably not return to
the city before the latter part of
Attorney General Gilmer has giv
en an opinion as to the matter of
taxation of salaries of judges and
Htato officers, lie holds with At
toroey General Batcbelor, in the
la ter's opinion In 185C, that such
salaries are not taxable, and saya a
number of Supreme Courts have
affirmed that opinion, and it seems
to be acqu esced in by the public as
a sound exposition of law.
The pay f the lawyers goes merrily
od, and nothing much is said about
it these days. It has been reported
that the attorneys who appeared
for the state la the tax assessment
cases presented bills for $3,000 each
In addition to the $2,000 paid them.
The Auditor gave them warrants
for only $500 each. Lawyers who
were paid $500 are J. C L. Harris,
John W. Hinsdale and Charles A.
Took. Simmons, Pou A Ward were
allowed $1,000, as two members of
that ilrm appeared.
The executive committee of the
trustees of Wake Forest College met
last week and elected C. C. Critten
den, professor of pedegogy, an in
atructor In the gymnasium, and
made his salary $1,000. A commit
tee was appointed to make recom
mendatlons concerning a medical
department, which ia to be estab
lished this year. H. C. Dockery,
George W. Norwood and J. C. Cad
dell were appointed a committee to
arrange for the complete electric
lighting of the buildings and the
The 8tato Board of Agriculture
has set apart about $2,000 as a start
ing fund for Agricultural scholar
ships at the Agricultural and
Mechanical College. The college
will supplement this sum by about
$3,000 at onoe. It appears that
some Interest la being attempted
at last In the matter of developing
the Agricultural feature. The
scholarships are worth about $30
each now and will be restricted to
agricultural students. The board
fives $2,000 to be expended for work
upon the college farm done by such
students. It was dec'ared by the
deposed professor of agriculture, in
his remarks to tne board of agricul
ture, that little or no attention had
been paid to agriculture by the col
lege authorities. There is hardly
any doubt that while the board is
trying to be liberal it is going be
yond its means. But Increase in
public appropiiations and wild ex
penditures are the order of the day
in North Carolina.
Most of everybody's business Is
Just a little of somebody else's buil
ness. It is somebody's business to
know that A. N. Jones and Co.,
nave moved their nice grocery
store to the corner of Fayetteville
and Davie streets, and they tell In
I his Issue Just how much they have
got to do with other peoples' busi
ness. They do It in a way that
will convince you they know what
they are talking about. Bee their
Iialeigh is well known for its en
terprising business houses and the
liberality of its merchants. Among
tne fine clothing and gents furnish
iog honses, none are superior to the
well known firm of S. & D. Berwang
er, the "One Price Clothiers" on
Fayetteville Htreet opposite the mar
ket. They are just now making a
special rnn on r eatherweights and
the weather certainly is such that
"Featherweights" are most desirable.
In addition to this special line you
can get anything else that is carried
in a first class establishment, besides
the fine line of reasonable hats,
of ok wear Ac , and at pi lees that ap
peal strongly to the purchaser. Call
in and see them. You will be wel
comed wheather you purchase or
not. The proprietors and salesman
are exceedingly clever. They have
an attractive advertisement in this
issue of The Caucasian which tells
more fully of what they have to of
fer the public.
The Troubles of the Farmer.
Wakefield, N. C, June 6.
I have seen lots said about the
heavy rains, the mills and bridges
washed away, and the great dam
age to the farmers, but I have not
seen anything said about the "crab
Tne crops loot Diue just like a
thick crop of oats just come. The
Slmmona amendment or somethiog
else, has driven the labor out of
the county, and the farmers are
offering fifty to seventy-five cents
and board per day for hands, and
cannot get them at that price, and
?rt it rains, and there are wide gul
eys all over the fields. The farmer
has to contend with the world, flesh
and the devil, railroads, combines,
tobacco worms, insects, rain, wind
and weather; though I sold $12
worth of Jule Carr's black Essex
pigs today and am happy.
W. H. CHAMBLfil.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOL FOUNDER.
THE MACHINISTS ON STRIKE.
Varioaa Reports and Rumors In Connec
tion Therewith A Little Episode That
Caused Some Excitement.
The strike of machinists for a
nine hour day, which is felt nearly
all over the country, is on in Ral
eigh, and has been ever since It was
ordered. The railroad machine
shops are the centre of the contest
here, and there have been some
haDDenloes which are made the
basis of all sorts of reports and
The striking machinists say they
have won the fight. It was report
ed on Saturday that only six men
were at work In the Seaboard Air
There haa been no trouble caused
by the strlkeis up to this time, but
it does seem that the railroad com
nanv Is having a little Fourteen
men were brought from Ports
mouth on last Friday to work in the
ih jps. They were from New York
and Penney.vanla and they are
being loJged by the company. It
Is said that two of them left af r
hating see i the situation of afTa rs
Only three of thlot w re r guar
machinists. According to rep -its
Eolng the rounds, ttr y say they
were promised 27J ce ts per hour
for each ten hour day as long a
they lived. Another report is that
the company Is arranging a box
car for the new men to live In and
that the car will be kept in the
On last Saturday there was some
excitement about tbe round-house
on account of an explosion which
occurred there, though no damage
was done. It appeared to have
been caused by an ignited fuse. It
waa at first thought that it was
caused by the striken, and the
railroad officials wrote to the Gov
ernor asking for the appointment
of four police on special service.
The Oovernor declined to do this on
the ground that it would tend to
cause Irritation. Inasmuch as these
police would be regarded by tbs
strikers as rallraod police rather
than state police. The Governor
however, promised that the power
of the state would be invoked to
? reserve property, peace and life,
t was ascertained that the striken
had nothing to do with the ex
The latest Information is to the
ffeet that fourteen men is at work
U the shops.
C. II. Wiley Who Begun the System of
Public Education Honored
Last week, on the day of the
closing of the public schools, there
were some Interesting exercises at
the Academy of Music.
The principal features were the
presentation of a portrait of the
late Rev. Calvin fl. Wiley by his
widow, Mrs. Wiley, of Winston, to
the Wiley school, and of a flag to
the same school by the Chamber of
The presentation of the protralt
was made by Prof. M. C. S. Noble,
of the chair of Pedagogy, at the
University of North Carolina, and
the flag was presented by A. J
Fields. Esq. Both gifts were ac
ceoted on the part of the school
officials and dudIIs by Mr. J. W.
Bailev. the editor of the Biblical
The exercises were under the
direction of Mayor Powell acting as
master of ceremonies.
The exercises were opened with
Draver by Dr Daniel, followed by an
appoprlate selection of music by
Raleigh Business Director).
A newspaper whose columns over
flow with advertisements of busi-
nam men has more Influence In at
tracting attention to building up a
town than any other agency that
can be employed. People go where
there Li bodm. Capital and labor
go where there Is an cuterprteing
community. No power on earth ia
ho strong to build up a town as a
newRpair well atronlzed, and it
Iwer should be appreciated. T.
Bar The bunlneMS hoa named
below are etitabliHhment whose
methods of dealing may lie relied
upon as the very beet known to the
ALLEN, Daniel & Co. 8hoes.
ANTICEPH AL UINE--Headache
and Neuralgia Cure.
BLAKE, T. W.- Watch Repairing
H1UDGERS. Jno. E. & Co.-Tal-
lors and Haberdashen.
BROWN, H. J. Undertaker.
BISHOP. J. M.-Bieyele Kapair-
IOYD FURNITURE CO , Re
novating old Furniture.
BKRWANGER, 8. & D. Clothiers
CAPITAL PRINTING CO Printers
C.B. CROWJtLL, & Co.-Trusses.
DOBBIN & FERRALL Dry Good
FERRALL, J.R.& Co. Grocers.
GREEN, J. B. & Co. Grocers.
GIER8CH. R. F. Restaurant
HICKS' Capudlne. Headache and
A N. JONES & CO Groceries
KING, W. H. Drug Co. Whole
sale and Retail Druggists.
LEWIS, Julius, Hardware Co.
McGEACIIY, A. S. Pharmacist.
MANHATTAN Life Insurance
Co. Gen. Agency.
MOORE, W. J. Grocer.
MANN, W. B., Groceries.
NORRiS. DR 8. P. Dentist.
RALEIGH Marble Works Mon
REAVIS J. H.- Cobbler.
ROWLAND, D 8 Physician.
SIM PSON 'S Eczema Cure. Phar
STRONACH'S, W. C. Sons. Gro
WHITING Bros. Clothing.
WILLIAMS, A. & Co. School
A. S. W OMBLE Fishing Tackle.
The Raleigh Market.
Current Prices of Farm and Gar
The prices quoted are paid to the
The market continues stiff on all
farm products. Eggs and chickens very
scarce and in demand.
Eggs--Fresh 14 to 15
Poultry Live, good.
Chickens, old bens, large,. . . 80 to 35
Small hens 25
Chickens 16 to 20
rhickens, large spring, 20 to 25
Hams, N Carolina, 12 to 15
Hams, Virginia, la to 16
Hams, Sugarcured, 13 to 15
Irish potatoes, Northern, per
busnei .. lootoieo
Irish potatoes, new, per bus. 1.00
Irish potatoes, seed, per bbl. . 2 oOtos 50
Lard, per pound 9 to 10
Butter, per pound 15 to 20
New cabbage crate 1 00
Strawberries per qt 7to05
Are either the pride or baae of roar
life. K your teeth seed attention yob
will do well to consult
at New York Dental Aasoeiatiea of
flee. Pnees are right and all wti
naraated. Iateratate 'phone 3U6.
Office. Holleman Baildiaar. Con
Dr. D. S. Rowland,
Physician and Surgeon.
Room 21 . Pullen Bulldlne.
Office hoars, 9 to 10 :30 a. m. and
2:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Bell 'Phone, No. 253.
IIAXEIGII, X. C.
DO YOU NEED ONE?
WE GUARANTEE A FIT
And Can Save You Money.
C. B. CROW ELL, & CO.
Have Yon Lost Your
If so get BKAVI8 to replace It
SHOES re-heeled aad half-eoled.
wed. fl.OO. Half soJed. svwed,
75 cent. For taeklag hela and
half soles. 75 cent.
For tacking sole 50 e its. Cheap
er rate glTen on ladle i aad chil
dren shoes. All work aeetlr done
and guaranteed to give satis faction.
Cor. Morgan & Wilmington Hi.
R I LEIGH, K. C.
HOUSEHOLD ART, PRICELESS"
HEIRLOOMS KK SO VATIC D
and repaired made to last aaother
century, such aa deeka, chairs etc.
Advloe and estimates gladly a;lvn.
Order work a specialty.
BOYD FURflllURE OUPAIIT,
106 South Blonnt Street,
RALEIGH, N. I.
some lire! j salt telling last waa ai Braar,a -a k -.t t-r
ThM M Ik. ' HIIIM
Yea coald hare
arty Suo smite
iB $12 75 It $8.75 2
Fr tnita that are worth 115, 1160.
aad $19, rw aad 122.50.
For suits that are 110. ill, fu. Fet aaiu Uat ate S
Hf .i.ti a . i . - . .
Thvrveaa aoqsMUiMiM teitrara.ary tiMir M mt9 trx
! weal it
The Season For Featherweights
la approeehia rapidly. We eall toar atteatioa
ton to Mr lima cf Fiab. I J r .
ing in prieea K. 17 50. 110 aad $15. Taeee are eoaaforUble aa wil h7ZI . 4rmr
ome real extreme for the partieafar dreeaera. AH ef theei fit perfect e.4 rVale U4r .i 97 Ja Uflr
Doctors, lawyers and Professional Mvn
Generally eaa find the right eort of dreeey feather weight eloUee ia ur atoek Loi lu.k rui. i
,ateh. Single breaeted Pri.ee Albert CoaU wuh Vu to aUh. it. 'J lllimuV J-'i, Ti.
ee albert are $10. The material la O.rma. Serge. fat bleak la col, .TrT.u!3L 5. ,b
5j. j. B IfiJx v AN"GKE!R-
Oim Pi ice Clothiers.
DO YOU WANT
Public School Books I
120 Fayetteville St.
ALMOST EVERYBODY DOES SOMETIME. SEND YOUR ORDERS
Capital Printing Company,
The "Hustling Printers" of the South.
QUICK WORK GOOD WORK PRETTY WORK.
RALEIGH, N. C.
W B MANNi
ON EAST HARGETT STREET
RALEIGH, N. C.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
AN INVITING AND PLEASANT
RESORT. EVERYTHING IN SEA
216 Fayetteville 8t, Raleigh, N. C.
The Pnblic Schools are do? opening o?ei
the State, and will need supplies. Theso
school books and supplies can be had at a
discount to teachers and dealers from
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
EAT iTCIGKEI, JtT. C
BANQUETS AND DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
Lawn Mowira, Sewing Machines,
Guns, Rlflea and Pistols. Prompt
and Skilfull work, most Reason-
J. M. BISHOP,
332 South Wilmington Street,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Bicycles LARGE STOCK
"KING QUALITY" IN EVERYTHNIG BEARING OUR LABEL.
Write na for quotations on Drugs, Patent Medicines, Soda fountain
Supplies, Cigars, Cheroots, Spices, Flavoring Extracts, Unfermented
Grape Juice, Hospital Supplies, Kick Room uonveniences, Mais r-iinuM,
Insect Powder, Pans Green, Garden Seeds, etc.
We Invite Inspection of our stock, and aim to make it to tour Interest
to give as your business.
Cures All Skin Diseases.
CURED TO STAY CURED? YW. rriinvn hh tav fiiuvm
1 v aa v U Ibl.ui
And that means CURED TO STAY CURED1
Sent by Mall for 25 cent.
William Sinpsoo, Pharmacist, Raleigh, fl. C
HE ADOOART ERSAgentsforCha8e& 84111)0111,8
State ok Ohio, City ofToudo, )
Frank J. Chkbnsy makes oath that
he ia the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Chbknby & Co , doing business
in th City of Toledo, County and State
Aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE UUNDRBD DOL
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by tbe use
of Hall's Uatarbh Curb.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem
ber, A. D. l&JB.
rial A. W. GLEASON,
FOR ANYTHING IN THE FISH
ING TACKLE LINE.
A. S. WOMBLE,
Cor. Fayetteville & Wilmington St.
RALEtGH, N. C.
See Mere How.
If a man's In Love, that's his
If a girl's in Love, that's her
If they marry and want Grocer
ies, that's OUR BUSINESS.
A. N. Jones & Co.
Cor. Fayetteville & Dtvie Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
NOTICE OP SALE.
I will, on Monday July 1st 1901,
expose to public sale at tbe United
States Court House and Post Office
Baildinff. in this eity, a lot of Old
Furniture, consisting of Lounges,
Washstands. Chairs, Carpets ete.
Terms of sale cash.
E. C. DUNCAN,
June 12th 1901.
W. H. King,
Julian E. Johnston,
Wholesale and Prescription Druggists
RALEIGH, N. C.
B. S. Jerman,
Prof. B. W. Kllgore,
Hon. E. C. Smith,
CapU M. W. Page.
The Thousands Kitchen Bou
quet Highly Recommend
ed by Mrs. Rorer.
JNO. R. FERRALL.
JOSHUA B. HILL
ROLLER CHAMPION FLOUR,
Gordon A Dillworth's Table Delica
lCbDon&ld. Ghk, Jtdy
I mAvim avwrv autferinc womAa t6
F Oftrtui. W&U X wm colof wit
wm eompellM to ttij ia
BlAAk-Dramf ht udlm
honMwork witbovt Mf
nm 0T6tt day to be wt!
inka WU at OmAqI M
madloin in tk world. Ha takM m
Aom of Tbdioia'S BlAok-Drsuchft tt aJghS
mma HTM mhw o u eaoianov m m
ImS dr from work this yew. Bo teUa klf
trionds Moo jtom woadorru Bodioisos om
tima. bnt thia tlmo I kTO
Ooraai n TBoaiora-a mum-
hn able to do au mr m
trouble. I am xveotina
flaed. My hvaband tbiaks
Isee aad I
Tear Wlae of
Mm GfeOBGIA. LU.
lady fnesds to aao
There era (hoasmdt of womea whe shHsl
Is terror ai the thoajht of the baby's eealn.
But childbirth is one of the werkbiji of Natora
and K was net intended to knob tortara mi
ajeay te Ihs heroic SMthsn ef the raca. Tha
wawaa rh raff era tortare during prtfsaacy
and at chlldblrUi has awuny. by ease haaW
cretiaii. Wared the orpM which mkt a wetaaa. Neslertsft
hMtfuiftU. kada to avarlaa Dalns. IsDiai af the womb aad lea
and tha period af pregnancy Is ascfjssriiy dUtotJdnfea
vestaally auks the saaratJvt erjsas stroaj sad healthy. Jmpuney
m ALaki,.. t-L-. tt.. wTm mhaiiaaee hli pure wTac Am
kaalttiv womb will brlaa Ita Btactoos bordca te aMterity wMh Rbbs f m
Data. Aheelthywomaaacedaotlear d
prtM all IhcM trenblee famKUriy ae wa
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
The Original HEADACHE
and NEURALGIA CURE.
SAFEST - IB - BIST
5 and 60 cenU ft bottle
For Sale by all Druggists
WATCHES A11D JKW1LBT.
High class Goods. Lowest prieea.
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
& Watch or watch charm or other
Jewelry, come to aee me.
T. VI. Bisks, Raleigh, II. C.
Local Inspector for 8. A. L.
a- J. Broil CotJi Home.
2S2 fecvtteville Street.
Largest and best stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
in the city.
Ready to Wear
Tailor C3ade Suits,
Shirt IZIaists. Silk and Washable Kinds
Largest and Host Select Stocks
for DRUGS OP BEST STANDARD.
for TOILET ARTICLES OF TASTE.
For Soaps of Sweet and Dainty Perfume.
For Fresh and Prolific Garden and Flower
133 Fayetteville St.
RALEIGH, N. C.
AT LOWEST PRICE3.
Come to Raleigh and be fitted. Wo extra charge for
any attentions to further perfect the fit Hail Orders
JOHCJ E. BRIDGERS 0. CO,
tO OQOOOOOOOO OB
; TAILORS! -
latest Styles lu Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs and Shirt.
121 FAYETTEVrLLK ST., BALEIGH, U.
are all new ; therefore they
are in right style aad do
not rip but wear better.
They ar mad especially
for ns, therefore we guar
an tee erery pevlr that does
not giro saUefacUoa, aad
sell them cheaper than yoa
can buy them elsewhere
when they are bought of
jobbers, aa we save the
Their style is tight, their
service is right, the price
la rightthese are the 3
things to eocslder. See
tbem and convince your"
DANIEL ALLEN AND COMPANY.
BUY YOTJR GROCERIES FROM J, Q. CREETJ& CO-
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
No. 9. East Hargett Street, RALEIGH, N. C.
Maaaa sMMbirta. K wQ
AS dSji sell M botaaa,
F UERU Director and Erabalner,
207, 209 and 211
SOUTH SALISBURY STREET
I RALEIGH, N. C.
HEEDS CLOTHES THAT VILl WEAR.
This is the kind
Make a Speeialty of, at Popular Prices. Men's and Boy's
Shoes, 75&, $1.00 $1.25 and $1.50.
-. awavwuM a t-i IT Tm mo n f r rr
JJY trnZZmtf TH U&UUJbiW 11X11X10 i. VAOU A7ilUX.9 rJLXIM, Jtk
FRS8H ROASTED PEa.NUT8 All The Tlsie, Fits Cents asr Qnart.
1 122 East Hargett Street,