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"iilelfb, N. 0.. Jane 27, 1801
Kfifrrd At tbe iot Office in Ralelf b,
N. a wwoud-claM mall nutter.
CUKKKNT LOCAL NEWS. .
Hon. Marlon Butler Ml last week
for Alak, In the Interest of
The Carrol It on Hotel property
Wai sola Monday. Mrs. jr. f. Tuck
er bid It In at $10,500.
bima rom, tne wonaerrai negro
muclan played at the Academy of
Music, mis city, mesas? night.
The deputy the riff of Cumberland
count? arrived In tbe city Tuesday
with two escaped convicts who had
btxjo captured In that county.
Tut3 wilt be shipped to Wrlsrhts-
Tille this week for use by the Htate
Guard at the encampment. There
will be one hlapltal.W) officers and
MO enlisted men's teats.
Tuesday, while assisting In mor
lng some heavy Iron girders to be
asod In repairs that are being made
In the 8upreme Court building,
Tom Belvln, a white man, had the
ends of his fingers cat off and his
right foot crashed near the toes.
Afur the accident he was taken to
Ker Hospital, where his wounds
Mr.Theo N. Hill, of Ral.lgh,a
poet of much note and reputation,
died In this city last week He was
the ton of Dr. William 0.11111, who
waa one or tbe most noted physic-
Una In the state Hla grandfather,
Mr. vviwiam urn, was ior more
than forty years Secretary of State
of Norn Carolina and served long
er in office than any official In Its
There are twenty applications
for the Professorship of Agriculture
it the A A M College, The Hoard
declared Its purpose of getting the
very brat talent. The salary Is
$2 &U0 tear, the highest paid any
professor in North Carolina, and as
much as a Supreme Court Judge
gets fn fact. In this connecti on It
might be noted that there are some
engineers who make more a year
than a judge of the Supreme court.
Postmaster Bailey bas been col
lecting subtcriptlons for the Mitch
ell county flood sufferers. Governor
Aycock received a letter from
Mayor Turner, of Bakers ville, who
was In the same class with him at
the State University,) asking for
aid for the stricken people. The
letter Is an appeal, and savs the'
people of the state do not appreci
ate the true situation ; that there Is
much suffering and great want of
the necessaries of life.
There were two wrecks on the
Heaboard Air Line at Neuse Tues
day. A paasengor train ran Into
the freight and both were consider
ably damaged, the cow catcher on
tne passenger train engine was
broken and otherwise disabled
There was a general wreckage of
freight cars and some damage was
done to the coaches on the passen
ger train. An engine was sent out
from Johnson Street, this city, to
thelt relief, and it jumped the track
at Millbrook and fell broadside
across the track. No one hurt. The
track is cleared and all trains run
nlng on time now.
There were 263 applications be
fore the county Pension Board in
Balelgh Tuesday. Uf the 188 sol
dlers applications, 106 were ap
proved, 6 were rejected, and 76 were
referred to the county commission'
era. Of the 75 widows who applied
for pensions 64 were approved.
A member of the board Tuesday
said that there are 21 widows of
old soldiers who drew pensions
during last year who have not re
newed their applications this year,
and if they are not renewed before
next Monday they can not get a
pension under the new law. There
are also 18 old soldiers who have
not renewed their applications. It
Is not known how many of these
rwtw. at m
Nineteen deaths and twenty
prostrations were reported Sunday
In new York from ,the zee4
Three deaths at lmat f mm k-
heat occurred at Lawrence, Mssa,
a total of seven since PrkUv. , At
Manchester. N H . ther war th.
deaths from the heat.
In iUUburg P eleven deaths,
directly traceblethe effects of
tne neat, and fifte Drostrstlons
re recorded. Mr. Edward J. Wa'sh,
or., prtsiasnt or the Mississippi
disss Company and of the St. Loole
Terminal Company, died Sunday
from beat prostration on board a
train between Oays and Mattois, 111.
Baltimore was the second hottest
city in Oe United 8UW Tbsmom
eter registered 99 degrees. One
death and several prostrations were
reported. Philadelphia had the
hottest Jane day since 1897.
Sunday was the seventh dav dur.
which the themometer reached
i f j degrees In Lincoln, Neb.
: Raleigh Business Diretlorj.
Xxaaataatloa for A.
Candidates for admission to the A.
and M. College at Raleigh will be
examined by the County Superinten
dent of Schools in the eonrt-houae at
10 o'clock a. m . July 11, or at the
College, September 3. This College
is giving instruction in the most im
portant lines of practical education,
and its student are in great demand,
always securing profitable employ
ment on graduation. It offers spe
cial advantages to students of Agri
culture, inelnding free tuition and
lodging and work on the College
farm. The tsx'ile building is now
being erected. A Professor of fancy
weaving and dyeing has been adoed
to the Faculty, and about $20,000 of
textile machinery secured. As dor
mitory accommodation is very limit
ed it would be well for eat di dates to
apply early. Write to President
Winston, Baleigb, N. C, for catsl
gne and booklets. Dee advertisement.
A PRETTY OFFER.
SomethlBr That Will P1mm the Ladle I
of The HovMfcold.
There is something pleasant and
cheery in the words 'Good Times,''
no matter whether they are applied
to existing conditions, to some
period in the future, or as a name
to a book or paper or anything.
There's never any disadvantage in
hearing the words.
A very attractive and interesting
magazine one mat win especially
interest the lady members of a
household is named "Good Times."
It is published monthly and is re
markable for the number of timely
and good things it containe. Th r
is an annonneement of this maga
zine in this issue, and we will keep!
it btlore the pnblo for the next
There is a way for any one to get
this publication six months free of
charge. The Caucasian will sead
it six months free to any old sub
scriber who will renew, and to any.
new one who will subscribe during 1
the month ef July.
Tnis opportunity is worth taking
A newspaper whose coluuiua over
flow with advertisements of busi-
tKxswven has more lnflaence) In at
tracting attention to bolldiog up a
town than any othe agency that
can be employed. People go where
there Is business. Capital and labor
go where there Is an enterprising
community. No power on earth is
so strong to build ap a town as a
newspaper well patronized, and its
power- should be appreciated. T.
Sjr Tbe business houses named
below' are establishments whose
methods of dealing may be relied
upon as tbe very best ktfown to the
ALLE5, Daniel A Co. 8hoes.
ANTICEPR AL GINiV-Hoadache
and Neuralgia Car.
BLAKE, T. W Watch Repairing
BEIDGERS, J no. E. & Co. Tai
lors and Haberdashers.
BROWN, R. J. Undertaker.
BISHOP. J. M.-BIeyele Repair.
BOYD FURNITURE CO., -rfie-novating
BEttWANOEB, 8. A D. Clothiers.
C APITALrPKINTING CO Printers
CJ.B. CROWfcLL, A CO. Trusses.
DOBBIN A FEHRALL Dry Goods
FKRRALL, J. R. A Co. Grocers.
GREEN, J. B. A Co. Grocers.
UlERSOfl, R. F. Restaurant
HICKS' Capudlns, Headache and
A N, JONES A CO Groceries.
KING, W. H. Drug Co. Whole
sale snd Retail Drnssists.
LEWIS, Julius, Hardware Co. h
McGEACHY, A. S. Phanasc st.
MANHATTAN Ufa Insurance
Ce. Gen. Agency.
MOORE, W. J. Groeer.
MANN. W. B., Groceries.
NORR1S. DR S. P. Dentist
RALEIGH Marble Works -Monuments.
RE AVIS J. H. Cobbler.
ROWLAND, D 8. Physician.
SIMPSON S Eczema Care. PhO
STRONACH'S, W. C. Sons. Gro
cers. WHITING Bros. Clothing.
W1LLIAM8, A. A Go. School
A. 8. W OMBLE Fishing Tackle.
j) . ISO Fayetteville St.
National Eduoatlonal Association
Detroit, Mich , July 7-12, 1901.
One fare for round trip from all
points, plus $1.00 membership fee.
Rate from Raleigh $18.80 via Rich
mond, $20.60 via Washington.
Tickets sold July 5, 6 and 7. return
limit July 16. An extension of
final limit may be obtained to
September 1st, by depositing ticket
before July 12 with the Joint Agent
at Deroit and on payment of fee of
Notice to Stockholders of N.C.RB Co.
The second payment of the thirty-
ninth annual dividend, due the
stockholders of the North Carolina
Railroad Company, three per cent.
on the said company, will oe aue
and payable at the office of said com
pany in Burlington, N. u., August
SPEN0KB B. ADAMS,
International Christian Endeavor
Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, July
One first-class fare for round trip
from all points ; rate from Raleigh
$16 55, tickets sold July 4, 5 and 6.
return limit July 14. Extension of
the final limit may be obtained to
September St by depositing ticket
with Joint agent at Cincinnati on
or before July 10th, and on pay
ment of fee of fifty cents.
For farther information write or
C. H. Gattis, C. T. A P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. S. Leabd, T. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
Numerous factories in the North
have olosed on accout of the exces
sive hot weather.
Sunpwa 8 till in the Lead.
Wednesday's News and Observer
states that the first cotton blossom
of the season comes from Johnston
county, which is a mistake. We
are in receipt of a cotton blossom
grown on the farm of Mr. Geo. U.
William, of Sampson county, that
was plucked Saturday, while the
one in Johns on waa not plucked
unttl Monday. The Sampson farm
era know bow to farm as we.l as
how to cast their vote at election
Voluntarily and Conscientious
ly, and with much pleasure we
recommend to our readers Pain
Killer. We speak from experience
when we say that it removes pom
as if by mtagic, and Is one of the
best medicines In use for diarrhoea.
It is applied both internally and
externally, and none who have used
it would willingly be without it in
their homes. Avoid substitutes,
there is bat one Paln-RUter, Perry
Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
Annual Meeting- of Stockholders.
The flftv-first annual meeting of
the stockholders of the North Caro
lina RailroadvOompany will be held
at Greensboro, N. C. on the second
Thursday in July 1901
Stockholders can set tickets to at
tend the meeting with their immedi
ate families by applying to the Sec
retary at Burlington, N. C.
HPtNCIE li. ADAMS,
The Raleigh Market
Current Fricesof Farm and Gar
f The prices quoted are paid to the
The market continues stiff on all
farm products. Eggs and chickena very
scarce and in demand.
Eggs Fresh 11 to 18
Poultry Live. rood.
Chickens, old hens, larare.. . . 80 to 15
Small hens 15
Chickens, hens 25
Hams, N Carolina,.. 12 to 16
Hams. Vinrinia 18 to 16
Hams, Sogarcured, 18 to IS
Irish ootatoea. new. per bus. 50
Lard, per pound 8 to 10
Butter, per pound 16 to SO
Newcabbare crate 50
Huckleberries per qt 8 to 10
A Family Baae Ball Team.
In Gary, Wake county, there is a
unique base ball nine. Every mem
ber of the team Is a son of Mr. Jim
Jones, except one. the captain, and
Mr. Jones fills that place himself.
Mr. Jones is the father of 23 child
ren, 18 of them bovs, so he has
enough material to select a crack
nine from, does not use the same
pitcher every day. Mr. Jones cap
tains the team and plays second
base, while the youngest player is
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Not Very Good.
It is not pleasant to chronicle
bad news, but some times it had
best be known. Information from
many parts of Wake county indi
cate that crops are in a bad condl
tlon. The cotton crop is very lat
and very poor. In some sections
the continued rains and late seasons
have caused a reduction of twentt
per cent In the acreage. Farmers
now say it is Impossible to make
more than half a crop o tbe state.
Rev. W. G. Clements says that crop
conditions are worse than he has
seen them since 1867. Congress
man Stroud, who lives in Chatham
county, says farm conditions there
are In a deplorable condition, and
if the same conditions exist gener
ally ne would not be surmised at
almost a famine among the people.
Mrs. WursLOw's Soothing Strop has
been used for children while teething,
It soothes the child, softens the arums
allays all painourea wind colic, and is
tne best remedy ior Diarrnoea. Ten-ty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
In Brooklyn, N. Y., Tuesday,!
there were sixty deaths and one
hundred and fifty prostrations
from the heat.
Week Snd Bates tU S. A. L. Railway.
Commencing Saturday Jane 15,
and continuing until Saturday
September 28 h, the Seaboard Air
Line Railway win sen week ana
tickets from Raleigh, N. 0., to the
FOR ANYTHING IN THE FISH
ING TACKLE LINE.
A. S. WOMBJLE,
Cor. Fayetteville & Wilmington St.
Are either the pride or bane et yew
life. If your teeth need attention you
will de well to eonsnlt
DR. 8. P. NORRIS
at New York Dental Association of
ft se. Prices are riarat and all work
guaraatsttd. Interstate 'phone 306.
OCiee. UoUeman BaUdtag. Con
Dr. D. S. Roland,
PfaydcUa tad Surgeca.
Room 91 . Puller Bull din sr.
Oflos hours, 9 to 10 :30 a. m. and
:30to5:30 p. m.
Bell 'Phone, No. 253.
RALEIGH, N. C.
-A COMPLETE LINE
1 Quart Fountain Byringe. 3 hard
Cueber pises, tally guaranteed.
C R. CBOWXXI OCX,
Dave Yea Lest Year
If so get RKAVIS to repines It
tor you. v
800E4 re-heeled and half-noted,
wed. $100. naif soled, sewed.
7S esnu. For tacklsg .heel and
half soles, 75 eeeta.
For tacklag soles) 60 et sis. Cheap
er rates glren on ladle i and chil
dren shoes. All work aeallr done
and guaranteed to giro satisfaction.
J, H, Ms,
Cor. Morgan Wilmington St,
R a LEIGH, H. C.
HOUSEHOLD ART, PRICELESS
and repaired made to last another
century, such an desks, chairs etc.
Adrloe and estimates gladly giren.
Order work a specialty.
COTO FOIKE (OMIT,
106 South Blount Street,
Onx lip Everybody tbnt Wears Peats. Wo have o Special
Bijj Bargain lor Thenu
-he wasted tt tern to eatfc. We
A at-tain New York
IT 111 hy all wool peats that are worth ta So. Tlse3relt petferms i
putter a this saaisau
wui oy n line ef worsted an Oaatoere pnsrta thai axe worth trees $J 0 to
yon have tour clCerent strtos to select froea. Ntvudn.Ux
tTill bey pants thnt ere worth f roa t4 to &. la this let yen hare three ol the rnsUs 1 tit
terns ef this sencae to select frees, Ye eoeldal bettor these If m em a. H tT
. BfP? only about 400 pairs la nine different pnttema, ta aU. There's beat and mU
ft special low prieee. The range of stse are trwn te St lmm!7i w
without faJL '
14. ta this tot
Flannel Suits Serge Suits.
Are having their popular and well decor red run Jast now.
now. Our line froct t to $11 fills the want of good dressers.
Cool, dressy guns eats are what a saan wanto
HALF PRICE ITEMS.
Creole linen suits. Crash suits, t Unnsletto suits, oQos coats
table, so your early attention will srnre you bet.
Oae snore hot weather
will clear the
S 5c TD. BHJH"W"JtTGhETR
One Pjiqo Clothiera.
DO YOU WANT
ALMOST EVERYBODY DOES SOMETIME. SEND YOUR ORDERS
Capital Printing Company,
The "Hustling Printers" of the South.
QUICK WORK GOOD WORK PRETTY WORK.
W. B. MANN4
ON EAST HARGETT STREET
RALEIGH, N. C.
Lawn Mowers, Sewing Machines,
Guns, Rifles and Pistols. Prompt
and Skilfoll work, most Reason-
J. M. BISHOP,
S32 South Wilmington Street,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN .f
AN INVITING AND PLEASANT
RESORT. EVERYTHING IN SEA
The Public Schools arc nou opcalEj over
iho Stato, and ulll need sappllc3. fa
sM books and supplies can t3 bad at a
discount to teachers and dnJara frnn
ALFRED WILLIAA1S & CO..
216 FayetteTlUs Bt, Raleigh, N. O.
BANQUETS AND DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
GOOD EIOQII REnilDIES
"King Qaallty" is Everything Bearing our Label.
DR. BUDDS S AR8APARI LLA CORDIAL
W. H. King,
Julian E. Johnston,
B. B. Jerman,
Hon. s. c. Smith,
Prof. B. W. Kilgore,
iCapt. M. W. Page.
Purifies the Blood. Full Pint, 76 cents.
KANG'S HB AD ACHE TABLETS;
Sample mailed on request. Regular boxes, 25c.
KING'S PLY KING.
Keeps Flies off Horses, 25 cents.
J"OZBCLSTSTOICT'S worm candy,
Mailed on receipt of price, 15 cents.
KING'S ANODYNE POROUS PLASTER, BEST PAIN PLASTER,
By Mail, 15 cents.
We carry a big Stodk and give special attention to Mall Order bus!
ness. We invite .correspondence.
Agents for Chased; Sanborn's
Coffees and Teas.
Wholesale and Prescription Dru
The Thousands Kitchen Bou-
auet Highly Recommend
ed by Mrs. Rordr.
GH, N. C.
JNO. R. FERRALL.
JOSHUA B. HILL
ROLLER CHAMPION FLOUR.
HOLLOW AY'S BUTTER.
Gordon A DiUworth's Table Delica
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
222 Fcvetteville Stret.
Largest and best stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
in the city.
See Here Hor.
If a man's in Lovs, that's his
The Original HEADACHE
and NEURALGIA CURE.
SAFEST - ABB -
25 and 60 cents n bottle
For Sale by all Druggists.
fob DRUGS OF BEST STANDARD.
fob TOILET ARTICLES OF TASTE.
For Soaps of Sweet and Dainty Perfume.
For Fresh and Prolific Garden and Flower
. BALEIQH, N. C
Virginia Beach, -
These tickets to
If a Klrls In Love, that's hervrtUgh class Goods. Lowest prices.
My uiocks are reuaDie any wyte.
The Utile intermittent alarm dock
is a sure worker. Every home
If they marry and want Gbooxb-
Iks, that's ous business.
A. N. Jones & Cof
Cor. Fayetteville A Davie Street. :
IT is Important that those who
sv uu Kxouraions ior piessure or I
neaith should make some provis
ions against tbe attacks of bowel
diseases, which not onlv causa them
great inconvenience, but are some
times fatal in their results. A bot-
"wrsrry Davis' Pain Killer is, I
we have found, a most effectual
"Bed j against such attacks. Avoid
"oeaiutes, there is batons Pain
"ier, rsrry DsTi,.. Price 25c and
sold for all
trains each Saturday for Sunday
fosenoon trains, good returning not
later than Monday following date
of sale, with the exception of I
Blowing Rock, N. C, to which point
tickets will be sold on Fridays and
Saturdcyi, good returning the fol
Tickets and all Information will
be furnished at the Seaboard -Air
Line Railway's up-town ticket
oflce, Yarborough House Building.
C. n gattis, u. p. a t. a.
Eall-h, W. O
Raleigb Uarblo Ws
Shipments mads to
any part cfthe ctaie at
same price as at shop.-
CTT7ritJ tor Citaksw.
WATCHS AllO JPILEY.
LAtest Styles In Neckwear, Collars, Coirs and Blurts.
121 Faykotvuxb St, RALEIGH, N. C.
Rejciri:2 Dcna II::astly c:i
If tou are thinking: of purchasing
a Watch or watch-charm or other
Jewelry, come to see me. -
Local Inspector for 8. A. L.
Public Schcol EooCss
CO-EC, IT. G
Cures All Skin Diseases.
CURED TO STAY CUHED? YES. ClIHKn TO oriv rfTnvr
And that mens CUBED TO STAY CURED!
Sent by Mill fijr 15 raaU.
7illisa Si;sM, Fi:rc::i$t, n. C.
Ready to Wear
Tailor CHade Suits,
Shirt UaictG. Silk and Wubible Klorlt
Largest and lost Select Stc&s
AT LOWEST FHICES.
Come to Balelgh and be fitted. Ho extra
any attentions to iurtner perfect tne fit nail
BUY YOUB GBOCEBIES FROM J , B.OnEGTJti CO
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PBICES. t , '
No. ft. East Hsrsstt Street, BALEIGn, N. C. ;
H. J. Brm CiGi Hses.
207, 209 auad 211
The Mao With the Ax
CIEDS CL0Ti:S TUT 7Ill Otl
This Is ths kind
couth Salisbury fJTBEET I Vtt, a Spedalty ot, at Pepslsr Prices Hen's and Coy's
BALiuaiJ. N. c. Ici::, 7n 01.00 01.2S cd 01.50.
anCcll asw ; tUn&n tiey
srs im rljht ctjls tad
mosrlp-bot wsar fccttrr.
Ttsj.sx road ;f tlty
.for as, thsrsf ors .ws csr
aatss srsry psir thzX Cot
not cIts sstlsfscUoa, eat
ssll tbsa ebsapsr fcsji jm
cm bay tasm alsswsacs
wfcjn tasj srs bocsht sf
jobbsrs, ss ws rars Us
mkUlsmo's profits. "
Tbslr stils U rtjit, tastr
ssrrle is rljht, tbs prtss
Is rlht-ibsss srs Us S
Ibises to coesidsf
tbsm svsd coartaes
DAC3IEL ALLEC3 ; ACJEDjD COWPAWV-
RALEIGH tt. C
BY tZZZZ, THE GBOCSB. IIIGDX3T CASH PBIGZ3 PAID, 03.
FRE3H EOAOTED PEANUTS All Tha Tics. Fits
13 Tr.- TLtxzZ Cir