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THE OAUOAOI AH 1 KE
PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY
BTTUK CAUCASIAN PUS. CO.
TBI RXI SHIRT MAC HIKE AM II
Commenting on a proposition to
encourage Imlgration in Eastern
North Carolina the Aahevlllc
sette vary pertinently speaks as fol-lowa:
"Emigrant of the better sort teek
this country because It la a land
where liberty or conscience 1m not
only allowed but In protected. They
rill not. knowingly, so where me
United State constitution, the flag. ' thing, we can't say.
are loud and long for political liber
ly, free speech and atscb things.
Doubtlem they have just gotton
through a glorious revival and have
had their backsliding healed, and
the Joya of salvation restored. But
there fellowa who get religion and
about loudeet every protracted meet
ing and fall from irrace as soon as
the Cbrhtmas festivities come,
never Impress anyone as being
Christian to hurt.
But it does sound so sweet and so
Christian to hear them now on their
sanctified knees pleading for Justice,
free speech and Christian clvlliza
tlon. The devil is certainly scared.
No doubt he is off pleading with
some trust com Dan y to come to his
relief. lie doubtless tells them
that these papers do believe In liber
ty. They believe one ought to be
allowed to condemn trusts, and then
have liberty to receive trust money
for education and for th building
up of Christ's kingdom In the world.
Yes, these pa pent want free speech
Somehow they have tound out we
have not had free speech in this
state, flow they found out such
And how they
the laws, nor even friendly con
aideratlon for the opinions of others,
offers no protection against con
splracles of hoodlum mobs. As
soon would they trust themselves
In boxer ridden China. If eastern
North Carolina desires to attract a
decent class of Immigrants to swell
Its population it must abjure first
and for always the criminal red
ahlrt political leadership. It must
allow all citizens to exercise the
rights of their citizenship, and must
protect them iu those rights. Two
political campaigns have been con-
ducted in the eastern counties of
can believe that people they educat
ed in the principles of the meek and
lowly Jesus, would commit such
crimes, as throwing rotten eggs,
dragging speakers off platforms, and
with drunken red shirts, go to men's
rooms at night md force them away
under threats of death, and not al
low them to speak, we can't nee
All this was done, though, by peo
ple who read these good Christian
papers. And it was winked at by
the pulpit and leaders in the church
And these papers, even, never
said a word about it. It may be
they never louna it out. it may
The monuments of the Mason
and Dixon boon ary line between
Penssylvaalaaod Maryland nave
suffered severity from the attacks
of vaedalt, a&d they will soon be
replaced with caat Iron marker.
KSDtd progress is uowoeiLg msae
on the relocation of the line. The
eastern portion was originally
marked by stone m numoo't at
equal distances of oae mile Many
of these stones have been removed
or destroyed, fbe western portion,
owing to the great diffleelty at that
time la the region traversed by the
line, was marktd by wooden posts,
cut on th spot, and secured In
place by mounds of earth or stone
.lied around tnem rnese posit
have disappeared, but some of the
mound remain. - Msny o! them
have been destroyed oy cultivation
of the ground It is believed.
though, that enough of them can
be recovered to enable the reloca
tion of the boundary with precis
ton. The Pennsylvania legislature hat.
appropriated 97.0GO to reset and re
pair the boundary monuments and
the Maryland legislature $5,000.
Ur W. C. Clark, of Baltimore is
cooperating with Secretary of In
ternatlonal Affairs Latta, of Penn
svlvania In directing the work
HQ A Mlffi
1 ft ua.viinsTxnl Haf
NOTICE OF SEIZURE AD
DISTRICT COURT Of
aTsa titeicT or soar ctwun.
this states, under Inspiration of at be they found it out, and were
political clique calling Itself demo-jsfrald to condemn it. It may be
ermtlc which mob law. with all its that Is what they are pleading for
accompaniments of violence, Intel- now: next time they want the free-
lerance, Intimidation and crlm, has dom to say, "Boys, you ought not
unvaried the constitution and the do that." Or It may be they were
laws of the state and the nation. No too busy about their "Master's bus!
man's life in those counties was sale ness.' They may have been off
who dared to seriously protest praying for the poor heathen in
against this red shirt movement and Africa and China. It may be they
as to the elections held, there was were trying to convince some one
no pretense that they were not rot- that negroes have souls and are hu-
ten with fraud. All this must end man oeinga.
before eastern North Carolina can Now when there is no campaign
Invite lmmiflrratlon." on they can talk loud and long. Do
In the beginning the men who thy n,ot know th U men now
4kt . . . omce in ine state got them oy sup-
came to this coun ry and made it preMing gpeech and by a ma
great and powerful as It Is were ner of hellish crimes? Do they not
those on whom in the old wot id the know that men who will resort, to
heavy hand of intolerance and perse- such schemes to get in, will resort
cutionlay. For hundreds of years to thena to stay, in? Do they not
. . . . 4Ka . know that the religious papers will
men had been denied the right to expected to dryup for
think for themselves; in fact, to liberty as soon as the next campaign
bold an opinion was a crime 11 that opens? And don't they know they
oDlnlou cauiein to en let with the win ao ht how an this ado on
WHITE MAN TURNED YELLOW
Great consU-rnation was felt bj
the friends of M. II garty, of Lex
ingtOD, Ky., when iny saw he was
cursioe follow. His skin slowly
ebauged 6' 1 r, also his eyes, aud he
suff-red terribly. U s malady was
fellow jaundice. He was treated b)
the beat doetors, bat without benefit
Then he was advised to try Electric
B.tters, the wonderful Stomaea and
Livr rsmedj, and nt write: "A'ter
taking two battle I was waolh
ear-d " A trial irovi us matcblesr
merit for all stoma'" 'iver and kid
is? troubles Oul. 50 j. f
d old by all druggists.
views of some one who happened to
be on a more favored side. Thus
they were driven to find homes In
another laud and America became
The growth and grandeur of
America la primarily due to this
Immigration Impelled by a desire in
the hearts of the wanderers to be
fertile soil. It has grown and pro
duced much fruit. Liberty of
thought and its concomitant, liberty
of speech, have long been reckoned
priceless possessions of American
manhood. The safeguard of liberty
has been the ballot box.
It Is evident that men settle and
thrive where liberty is Dest pre
served. It is also evident that in
North Carolina liberty has at times
become an excuse for license, and
that certain men have so far for
gotten themselves, become so un
mindful of the struggles of their
fathers, and abandoned themselves
so completely to the lust of power
and office that they have endeavored
to choke the liberties of their fellow
men In the hateful folds of "red
shlrtism." The Democratic ma
chine has debauched the sanctity of
the ballot, polluted of purity of elec
tlons, destroyed the llberities of
their fellows and enthroned hood
lumlsm, ruffianism and thievery in
the high place where honor and
good conscience are wont to sit.
Such acts as these, such vile abuses
of the rights of suffrage are not con'
ducive to the location -in the com
munity of desirable immigrants.
They may draw knaves and thieves
as foulness draws disease, but good
men and true men and worthy men
are not attracted by such hideous
blots as the Democratic redahirt
machine has placed on the name of
many causes may operate to re
tard the advancement of a state, but
there is no more potent cause than
the debauchery of its elections. It
Is time that North Carolina should
purge Itself of such' drawbacks to
their part disgusts honest, Christian
men. "Freedom of speech" is only
good for off years, and between
campaigns. Are they In earnest?
We will see."
Italy Orders Southern Coal.
Knoxville, T na , J uly 9. Local
mining companies received a joint
order today for 100,000 tons of East
rnnessee and boutneas'ern Ken
tucky coal to be exported to Venice,
Italy, within the next six months
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH. .
''Oar little daughter had an al
most fatal attack of whooping conch
and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K.
Haviland, of Armonk, N. Y , "but,
when all other remedies failed, we
taved her life with Dr. King's New
D soovery. Our niece who had eon-!
sumpaion in an advanced stage, also
used this wonderful medieme and to
day she is perfectly well." Despe
rate throat and lung diseases yield
to Dr. King's New Discovery as to
no other medicine on earth. Infalli
ble for congas and colds.- 60a and
$100 bottles guaranteed. Trial bot
Sold by all druggists.
Prof. Wm. C. Webster,. Principal of
Webster's Mnsio School, 603 Stelnway
Hall, 17 East Van Baren street, Chicago,
I1U in a recent letter, says':
I hare used your medicine and cannot
say too much for It. I will recommend
It to anybody. I keep it in my school
In case of need."
A New Man.
N. C. May, Oak Ridge Station, Pa.,
r. L. P. Bailey, whose health
was impaired and who always felt
tired and haggard, by my per
suasion, began to use Peruna
about a month ago, and now he
looks like a different man. He
says be teels WQ per cent, net'
Those desiring a free book on the cans
of nerve weakness, ansBmia and other
devitalizing diseases should address
The Peruna Medicine Co, Columbus,
If ewman, 174
Chicago, 111., writes the fol
lowing Is regard to Pernna.
Mr. Newman says t
I took one bottle of your wonderful
medicine and have so Improved that 1
feel like a new person. I am vary thank
ful that I got hold of your wonderful
remedy. I cannot say too much In yottr
behalf. I had doctored for two years
until I felt there was no relief.
My wife has taken one bottle of your
grand medicine and It has helped her so
much. I find it has improved her health
so much that I will recommend it to
The month of July is peculiarly the
month of nervous diseases, especially
nervous prostration and other depressed
states of the nenrous system. People
who are at all inclined to be nervous or
suffer from weak nerves find this month
especially trying. Sultry heat and
electrical disturbances of the atmos
phere Is probably the cause of this.
Invalids need to be particularly care
ful during the month of July to fortify
i the nervous ay stem by the as of Peruna.
POLITICAL WKATUKK VAXES.
Hon. Hilary A. Herbert, of Ala
bama, Secretary of the Navy under
President Cleveland, a life-loner
The seed of freedom fell upon dera0crat, and a man of conspicuous
ability, has come out In a statement
calculated to send cold shivers uo
and down the spinal column of our
virtuous contemporary, the News
and Observer. In a recent address
before the Bar Association of Ala
bama, Mr. Herbert took occasion to
proclaim himself weary of the brand ,
of democracy of which the upright
and honorable News and Observer
is such a persistent supporter. He
expressed himself strongly on the
folly of attempting to make live
issues out of dead firebrands. The
question of the retention of the
Philippines is, he says, by the force
of circumstance and the verdict of
the people settled. While opposed
in the first place to the retention of
the islands, he bows to the inevita
ble and accepts the result. Then he
passes on to other ailicles of the
democratic creed and takes much
the same position as has lately been
taken by Gen. Jule Carr to the con
sternation of Brother Daniels.
Verily, these are bitter days for
our contemporary with the large
circulation and larser self conceit.
So conscious of its righteousness
that it Is "unwilling to believe" a
democrat can be a democrat without
being of the News and Observer
variety, it insists on being officially
informed by Gen. Carr that his
declarations on the political situa
tion were really "responsible." We
tremble for the solar plexus of the
valiant News and Observer when
Gen. Carr srives it the dished in
With Mr. Herbert and Gen. Carr
thousands of true democrats are
taking their stand and the number
Is growing every dsy. ' We beseech
our venerable contemporary to wake
up, cast the beam out of its eye
polish up Its "range finders," forsake
Big Clothing Store Burned.'
raettevllle, N. C, July 9, The
big clotalng store of Mike Po;b was
partially destroyed by fire today.
The $18 000 stock was damaged
from $8,000 to $10,000, mostly by
Nashville, Tenn., July 7 A rain
storm approaching a cloudburst
swept over Lynchburg, Moore coun
ty, and vicinity, yesterday after
noon. Mulberry creek, which half
way encircles the town, rose 10 feet
in less than 40 minutes, washing
away lumber, fences and bridges.
The postoffice at County Line had to
be anchored to prevent its being
demolished and the damage to farm
lands is extremely heavy. Thou
sands of rails were lost and much
wheat in shocks swept away. In
some instances, the growing corn
was totally destroyed. On the farm
of Mrs. Callie Bobo, where wheat
threshing was in progress, the
thresher and a loaded wagon were
carried some distance by the flood.
No loss of life has been reported.
WHAT S YOUR FACE WORTH T
8ometimas a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion ,
jaundice look, moth patches and
blotches on the skin, -all signs of liv
er trouble. But Dr. King's New
Life Pills give clear skin, rosy
cheeks, rich complexion. Only 25ets.
For sale by all druggists.
Poisonous Rxptilis and Insect
Stings aLd bites cured quickly and
surely by the prompt use of P rry
Davis' Pain-Killer. If you havt not
a bottle in your home do not lo$e
moment in procuring one, as yon are
apt at any time to be stung by pois
onoua insects, snakes, or bitten by
centipedes. Uo by d rections on the
wrapper around the bo tie. Avoid
substitutes, there is but on Pto
jvuier, .ferry uav:s' Price zoe. aid
JOB COULDN'T HAVE STOOD IT
ii ne u nau ucDintr p l-s. rhf y're
terribly annoyme ; bi.t B i. ktn'd Ar-
mea naive win euro me worst caee
of pile on earth. It kn- .-im d thou
sands. For iojarU), kius o; buddy
eruptions it s the best calve in the
world. Price 253 a box. Care guar
Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cts.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH.
The following editorial which ap
peared in the last issue of the Times- "redshirtism," and be true to itself,
Mercury Is very timely. We sunrest ir 8ucn things are possible to a con-
that the papers that are crying for stltution so steeped in political in
free speech In the "off years" paste I We assure If that with cor-
lt In their scrap book for ready living and right thinking its
reference in the next campaign. circulation may wax still stranger
"Seemlnsrly. freedom of soeech and mightier.
Is becoming a leading issue in this
State. But this Is an off year, you
know. The issue may shift back to
red-shirt ism by next year. Geese,
Some days ago the editor .of the
News and Observer, after being ask-
like chickens,' go home to roost, I ed to make a statement in regard to
what he thought of CoL Julian S.
Can's northern speech, said that he
had written Col. Carr but at that
time had not heard from him. bat
he did not folia vn fh.t rVvl n.. I
-"W v - wMw WU T ri
when the sun of light and liberty,
goes down. Democratic papers are
practicing with diligence on this
subject. They want to realize how
one feels In the right, for once.
Some of them may be sincere.
They may have fully repented. We
can tell you better after the next
Democratic state convention meets,
and after the Elmmons machine
pc-j Its whip.
And we feel like shouting when
RELIEF IN SIX H OURS.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
Disease relieved in six hoars by
Nxw Great South American
Kidey Cufic." It is a great sur
prise on account of its exceeding
promptness in relieving pain in I
bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Believes retention of
water almost Immediately. If you
want quick relief and core this is
the remedy. Sold by Henry T.
Hicks, druggist, Raleigh, N. C.
FOR OVXR FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTBIHO SVRCP h&B
been used for children while teething.
It soothes the child, softens the arums.
allays all paioJoures wind colic, and is
cne nest remeay ror Diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drusr-
giata throughout the world.
A home b sever complete without chUdrca.
Yet many homes art childless. Many wives are
desolate for the tack of a child to lovt. Their
Bves are aimless void of the high motives of
motherhood. Wh0 bamaaess Is causing Incal
culable sadness and sorrow, It exists la meet
cases ea account of some little female trouble,
which Wine of Cardui would speedily set right
This pure Wine regulates the disordered female
organs by bulldiag up the worn out serves and
regulating the menstrual flow. It restores the
fallen womb to its proper place. By strength
cnlng the generative organs. It nukes prcg
nancy possible where barrenness exists. You
can depend ea
Suflcring women all over the land have beea
depending en it for sevcacy-flve yean. Ne
more convincing proof can be given then the
testimony of Mrs. Benson, who Is only one of
thousands of women to whom Wine of Cardui
hat brought permanent cure. Many cases of miscarriage that trouble
which robs mothers of their hopes have been avoided by timely use of the
Wine. Yo are asked to try Wine of Cardui and Thedf ords UaduDmght.
its companion medicine. Nine out of ten cases of female trouble, baien
itessiiuded, yield to them. AD gglsts sell $LCX) bottles of Wme of CarduL
Vanderrooit, Arfe, April X, 1SOS.
Last May I had miaoaxrlac which wao followed by flooding. XrosA
your Almanao and my husband cot ao a bottl of Win of Gardixl and M
topped my flooding and rectoraa my fallen womb to lta place. Now I am
eurea anar taxing uim dovum ana aav anataar so tan wnioa i gos voia
snorniBf. ameacpeowne; to oaoi
roradyleanai?tamtni.iili1iist,rlTtif syausewt Th
JjapaiUMat xiM Chattanooaa atedMSJia Oompeay. Ch
505 and 501 Tucker Building.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Practices in all State and Federal
NO. tt. UeiUd PUU Agne DUtiO
ery and Apperata and Fixture
and Twelve lacsagr oi twi
and to all vtbotn il sway eoocera 1 o& mj &p pots at PniggtaU.
ussansti ; w
Notice la hereby gtn, that U
above menU'Si d property was eisea
by K.i! Docs. Collector of Inter
ne Revena U r the Fourth lol lection
District of North Carolina, on the 11th
day of March 1W1. a forfeited to lo
uses ef the United Htstea.for violation
of the In ter re! Kevenue Laws, and tbe
same la libelled and rose rated in the
Dtetrtct t ourt ef tbe United 9tttee for
condemnation for the causes in tne
said libel of information eel forth; and
that the aaid causes will stand for trial t
tre court room of sid eourt la the City
of Kalelg b, on tbe Sd day of Jure next.
ir that be a Jurisdiction da j, ana u no,
at the next day of jur'adiction there
after, wbn and where jeu and all per
sons are warned to appear to enow
cause why oondemtation should not be
decreed, and Judgment accordingly ot
tered upon tbe said appraisement bond
nerein, and to intervene for tneir in-
Given under my ha at omce
Ralfigh, this 80tb day ay, 1901.
U. C l KKKl ,
. U. 8. Marshal.
Leaves no Bad EffeetWhatever.
Yomir Qa rdens
fat. Match i aad N. a, tiff.
fai ta Crtallt K . a. stay
, BdiKQ E) EAT 03
Pound Package, f
Julius Lewis Hardware Co.. nalcigti, n. c.
If en and women of good addreae to
represent us, some to travel aipoint-
mg after our interests. $900 salary I F)trtt3
guaranreea jeariy; extra commission
and expensee; rapid advancement, old
tablished house. Urand chance ror
earnest man or woman to secure pleas
ant, permanent position, liberal Income
and future. New, brilliant linea. Write
23 Church St., New Haven, Conn
THE ISORTH CAROLINA
Normnl and Industrial College.
Agriculture, Engineerirg, Me-
cbanio Arts, and Cotton Manu
facturing; a combination of tLe-
ory and practice, of sUd and
manual training. Tuition sru a
year Tctil expense, incloding
olotrlng a d hoard, 9125. Thirty
teachers, 8051 students. Next sea
son brgins September 4th.
For catalogue address Qeo. T.
Winston, President. "
N. C. COLLEGE r
Aericulfure & Mechaoic Arts
RALEIGH, N. O.
Annual xpnaeai $100 to $140, for non mldeata of
the State $160. Faculty of 80 msmburi PracUe
and Observation School of about 2S0 puplla T
aeeure board in the dormitories ail frt tultloo aa
pllcatione ahould bo made before July I5ih. Bas
el on opens September 19th.
Coneapond. nee invited from thoee dealrlrr cdb
petent teacher and tenographera.
For Catalogue and other Information addreae
r resident CHARLES D. Mel VEIU
Ureenslmm, N . V.
Elkin Woolen Mills
R. R. FARE PAID
write quick M
QA.-ALA. BUetMEtS COLLEGE. MaooV
H ci oo
Z o o
Sq 3 U
. w H
a soother and Wine of Ccvdol will be
Mrs. MAST I BsStSOA.
ftW I -
jo.j aon nave a reeota or seven
criminals. Remember that dotrs
muat nave ciear aeent ot guilty par
ty to start with. All calls answered
promptly. J.J Wilson,
Dunn, N. O.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES-
To Varlova Point Baltimore and Ohio
Every picrdng, cutting,
tearing, burning pain of
this dreadful disease is a
call for help. The tortured
nerves are over-worked
and worn out. They are
weak, hungry, worried and
exhausted nerves, and they
take this way of making
known their urgent need
of rest and recuperation.
Heed this cry of distress.
Dr. Miles' Nervine cored me of
Neuralgia in tbe- head and nervous
prostration that had lasted 14 yeara. I
was blind in bout eves for three
months, and lost my right eye, but
never had an attack after I com
menced iu use."
Mas. Lava E. Jackson, Alvord, Tex.
made the speech as It was published
in all the papers. Of course the
editor of the News and Observer
will rubllsh Col. Oarr's reply just
as soon as he rtcelves It,
is die essence of nerve
. foods. It nourishes, forti
fiea and refreshes. -
Sold by dragxists on guarantee. -De;
riwal Co, Elkhart Ind. .
Louirville, Ky.Triennial Con-
elave, KniRhtsTempIar, An? ast 27
31. One fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale August 21st to 24th,
limited for return leaving IiOmsville
until September 2. with privilege of
extension to September 16 on deposit
of ticket with joint acent any pay
ment of 50 cents.
8an Francisco. Cal Epworth In
t'rnational Conyenor, July 18 21.
Very low rates. Tickets on .sale
July 3d to lltb, limited for return
until August 31 "
Chatauqua, N. Y. Account Chat
auqua Assembly. Tickets on sale
July 4th and 26th, one and a third
fare for the round trip, tickets limit
led for thirty days from date of sale.
cnieago, ill. u. Y. u. A. Inter
national Convention, July 25-28.
One fare for the round trip. Tickets
good going July 22d, 23d and 24th;
good returning leaving Chicago un
til July 30, with privilege of exten
sion to August 24 on deposit of
ticket with joint agent and payment
of 50 cents.
Detroit, Mlah. Natiosal Educa
tional Association, Jnly 8-12. One
fare plus $2 for tbe round trio.
Tick ts arcod goinst J o!y 5th. 6th
aid 7tn, limited for re 1 1 rn leaving
Detroit until Jub 15,wnh privileee
of f x tension to Set. tern- r 1 on de-
losit of ticket with joint agent and
payment of $0 cents.
Cincinnati, Ohio. United Society
I Christian Endeavor. July 6-10. One
?a- ir tn roni a trip. Tickets on Lr
IOO.UJJ IU IU UM VUUI ; I W IS
tntn leaving Cincinnati 1 until July
14, witb pm tiege of extension to
Angnst 31 on deposit of tiaket with
I joiit agent uxd payment of 50cetts
For tickets and further U for ma-
Ition apply toor addrts .
AKTHITB O. La, WIS,
S.P. A. Balto. & Ooio B.: B.
Under Atlantic Hotel Norfolk; Ya.
Cramps, Dybektxby, Cholkba
Morbus, diarrhoea, and indeed, all
bowl eompiainta quickly relieved
by Perry Davis' Pain Killer, a safe
and sure spedy eure, for all the
troubles named. Every reputable
druggist keeps a supply. Each bottle
has full directions. Avoid substi
tutes, there is but one Paln-KUler,
Perry Davis.' 25a and 50c.
Humors of all kinds are proline oi
worse troubles. They may be entire
ly expelled by a thorough course of
Pyny-Balaam Ballraa Blajat Away
John E. Fowlar. C. 3S. MeCallea
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- Will practice wherever services
are required. Special attention given
to collections. Office over O. J.
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sraa aawaaa aaaM a w " " w w atvavasMaVV W a M a VI W atuai Jnaiam. a AW tv M alViW MM I IjIAJ asav
you will never regret It. They have one of the largest mills Is tb
South. They ship their goods to nearly every Bute In the Union, a
the quality of their work la unexcelled.
Writ tht m for their handsome new catalogue, and do not dlsposs
of your wool until you aea it. Address,
gygBifJ. nrsviirnn a maairar- pmut
CHATHAII HfG. CO., Prsfsrielin,'
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
may write to us at once. Twenty -one
ar desired immediately; six
for farm work, six for carpenter's
work, four for masonry and nlaut-
ering, four for painting and one orlCAPITAX
wuw printing, jror further par
ticulars address Rev. Chaa. R. Tay
lor, Principal, Littleton, N. C
CALIFORNIA King Gold Alines Company-
32 Broadway and 09 1 ew St, New York
JOHN P. JONES, Preaddamt.
lyOOOKX) 8nARE8PAH TAXUE, f5(O0 EACH.
FCLL ru- zzazzzizszuL
OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Of the State's Educational System.
Hon. John P. Jones, Gold HUl,Nev.
u. o. oenator ana mine owner.
Hon. James B. Grant, Denver, Colo.
Ex-Got. of Colorado, of Grant A
Omaha Smelting Co.
Hon. H. F. Pattigrew, SIoox Falls,
o. un u. d. oenaun.
Hon. Wlllard Teller, Denver, Colo.
a aVA .a V
O. Keen, Jr PhOadelpala,
Real Cetate and Insurance.
John 0. Uontgomery, Denver, Cola
-re. uonieomery investment Co.
Hon. AaMey T7. Cole, Brooklya -Y-
Coalman Board of Btata l&
Ctllsoa Hutshlaa, TZaaaiagtoa, D. &
Pntttaasr and rains owner.
Harry XL Gersaa, Carson City,
Hev. Pres. Dalion Excharf
Bank and Capt. Coostock ml-
Hon. etepnsn w. Dortey, K Y.U
U. B. Cesatsr and Bias owner.
Jerooe B. T -gH Jr, Binf ban
ton, It. Y. Director Bingham to
J. B. Lsndflald, Jr. Secretary s4
OS Broadway, Xew York.
Eighty-five Scholarships. Free
tuition to teachers and ministers'
sons. Loans for the needy.
527 Students. 43 Instructors. I Wells. Faurgo Co.s Beuik,
New cSSW0 0,fcr 2OO'C00 S? Trccn Sti ct $3X3 a Shae.
SizuXX) spont In improvements In
1900 and 1901.
Fall term begins September 9, 1S01.
P. P. VBNABLE, President,
CHAPEL DILI, N. a
f OA al
lJ."7 aevarenre; aa
':- non via not care
, ewe a sots XboC Tbe onhr
tnai of Dr.
MTartaMr sa so par cant, ct aa
TUs oxetostrs BSfltto4 of
at hoow. It Is pami
: abaorbOoa.ralaclnc ta
to their aataral aaeJmveoaC&oe
i of traatsaent la aaae aaiv w
1.7 asuiuar 1 1 miftni Di.
"rutftlsnrnpnrstlea .. - -
Ea Haaawars apselattv
-Trtte tar tbe aew eftttlon of kSa ea
. The Cajifornu Klnx Ood M1 Company owns 22lalms la T
elPjent work has been la progress for the last six years, as
Seaedr ISVJ1 drtf t7?ave IS?-
aBdiid for by the owners.
aof whtnfli!IfS l!0' ot crs ars now ready for the nUH
I binlned by cats at a nominal cost.
A cohtract lus been entered lato the erection of a mill
Smnbfh1!.?6 iV"??11" tons of cSSly wtuh wiU J
fl JwLJ dIrecto grante that this plant will
P Th T r??,-ffrdla 01 the ot of treasury stock subscribes.
ae Pnt after coo mincing operations will exceed JOJU)
rsishwmS7.11 rlc, wtSa arar. Th. or
Th rSrIISP!7 ineb f B than forty years,
stock iJ SISFI8 OWB"1 directors. There Uno promotic
uZ tZi??!??07' Wotlsrio to Scats. Every dollar n
an- of J- ton Bell, Londoa; TJo. A. Parish, Denver; l-
rif. "il3 eaiaeers, s-ree in reecsesdlnz tS property.
PSlS11.!?1 ?i0 1Ut ca tB EockExciaarj
catlon3 latorcaUon dssirti will be fnrnlahed oa appo-
Buccciiplions received by
THIS CALIFOBNIA K'ZQ GOLD Uin3 COSS ESOADT7AY,
- . irzzzvz a ire, xrts izr,-
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