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italeifb, N. 0., Jul7ll,l9Uf.
Entered at the Pott Office In Rtlefffa,
K. C, m aecond-claaa mall matter.
CUKICKNT LOCAL NKWH.
Ki 0 t rnor Koaavll it in the citj
on legal busioeta.
Ground wai broken Monday for
tbe textile aehool at the Agrieul'ural
md Mechanical College here.
SJThe Joly term of Wak Superior
Court eoateted Monday, Jadfe Rob
ioion presiding. Itia a'etinunal term.
Mabel Green, daughter of Hogb
Oreen, near Morriarille, waa . oar
ing oil on a fire one day laat wek,
wbn tbt can exploded and she waa
frightfully burned. She died in a
few noura after the accident.
Mra. "Stonewall" Jaekaon waa a
visitor in our city Saturday and
Honday, the gueat of hersiater, Mrs.
0. If. Hill. Mr. Jaekaon riaited
the Boldieie Home Sunday after
noon and talked with many of the
old aoldiera that followed her gal
lant boaband in the ciril war. Mon
day Mra. Jaekaon and her little
grand daughter left for Morehead
-,;llaleigli Busfoess Direetorj.
Directors N. C. It. It. Appointed.
Tbe Governor, Tuesday, appoint
wi the directors ol the North Caro
lina Uailroad which areas follows:
Hugh 0. Chatham, El kin
L. U. Holt, Burlington.
L. M. Mlcbaux, Qoldsboro.
W. H. Williams, aewton.
A. W. Graham, Oxford.
Dr. V. E. Turner, Raleigh.
H. C. Penn, Reldsvllle
C. M. Cooke, Jr., Bessemer City.
otate's proxy. Dr. J. R. McLel
land, physician, Statesvllle.
It la stated that Mr. Chatham
will be elected president of the road
and Dan Hugh McLean Secretary
Free Dellrerr Boutea
Gongrrssman Pou has returned
from Washington city, where h
went to see the Pcstmaster Gener
al In regard to the establishment ot
a number of rural free delivery
routes In Wake and Johnston coun
ties. To the reporter of a morning
paper he said :
"I had an interview with Firat
Assistant Postmaster General. He
made me the promise that within
the next thirty or sixty days he
would Bend a special agent to this
district and lay off all the rural free
delivery routes for which petitions
have been filed. Mr. Atwater had
boat a dozen petitions on file, and
jomesixor eight have been sent
In by me. Before the summer pass-
I hope to have all these routes
established and In operation. Mr.
Machon Informed me that all had
been done on my part and on the
part of those filing the petitions
that could be done, and- that noth
ing remained now to be done but
for the Department to send special
agents here to put the routes h
The Bute Superintendent of pub
lic Instruction has Issued the fo1
low leg circular letter:
To County Board of Education
The sew school law requires that
on tbe second Monday of July yoar
board shall elect a county superin
tendent of schools. It would seem
needless for me to call yoar atten
tion to the Importance of this elec
tion ; but the success of the public
schools rests largely upon your no
tion. The superintendent should be
the loading factor In tbe admlnls
tratlon of the law. From him you
will get most of the Information
about how the schools are being
conducted in your county. It there
fore becomes of the highest lmpor
tance that yon aecure for this oflce
the services of one of your best
teachers. The work under tbe new
law will require the entire time of
the superintendent while schools
are In session. We need In every
county In the State a teacher for
superintendent who has the confi
dence of the teachers in his county
a man mat is a teacher in educa
tional thought and ork a man
that is competent to teach teachers
how to teach, a man that will in
spire and arooae the people to the
Importance of education at this
time. The county superintendent
Is required to conduct educational
meetings In every township. He
should be a good talker, full of en
thusiasm ana well posted In the
best methods of teaching. He
should be a man of such business
Judgment and courage as to see
that all the money that belongs to
the school fund shall go into the
treasury, and with yoar assistance
know that It Is being wisely and
economically spent for the children.
Yon will see that the powers and
duties of the county boards are
greatly enlarged. It is Important
that you require your superintend
ent to visit the schools, and encour
age him in every way you can Tht
work you have before yea demands
your best thought and most patri
otic devotion. There never has
ben a time when so much was de
manded of school officers as now.
It Is hoped that you will not only
be careful in selecting a suitable
man for superintendent, but that
you will also appoint the best men
yon can find in your county for
Earnestly beseeching yoar co-op
eration In every effort to encourage
and stimulate oar people in the
T. F.TOOK, .
Sup't. of Public Instruction.
A PRETTY OFFER.
ANOTHER STORM AT CALYE3T0N, TEX.
That Town Aral a Thr atod With Be
The following message was sent
from Galveston, Texa Tuesday
night to Washington by the weath
er official :
"Storm northeast 9 :50 p. m. Gal
veston, Corpus Chrlstl,Brownavllle.
Disturbance over lower Rio Grande
vallev will cause squalls with rain
over western gulf tonight and Wed
nesday, moving east."
Late trains leaving the city to
night are filled with people going
to Houston on account of tbe ap
proachlng storm, which may strike
Galveston, and It may not. The
hlpnlns: Is prepared for the blow
should It come.
The wind has driven the water
of the gulf across the devastated
district and It Is now, at midnight,
encroaching on the residence dls
trlct of the city.
Every effort is being put forth to
.quell the panic ; but If tho wind
does not die down by morning the
water will probably be over the
greater portion of the city includ
lng the business district. The wind
Is blowing about 35 miles an hour.
Something That Will Pleaee the Ladle
r The Household.
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 attraettve and interesting
magazine one that will 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 eood things it contains. Th re
is an announcement of this maga
zine in this issue, and we will keep
it before the public for the ntxt
There is a way for any one to get
this publication six months free of
charge. The Caucasian will send
it six months free to any old sub
scriber who will renew, and to any
new one who will subscribe during
the month ef July.
Tnis opportunity is worth taking
A newspaper whose coiu tuna over
flow with advertisements of busi
ness men has more mfioenos In at.
trading attention to building up a!
town than any other agency that
can be employed. People go where
there is basin. Capital and labor
go where there Is an enterpriaing
community. No power on earth is
so strong to build up a town aa a
newspaper well patronized, and Its
power" should be appreciated. T.
I3r..Tbe business houses named
below are egtahllHhmenU , whose
methods of dealing may be relied
upon as the very best known to tbe
ALLE9, Daniel A Co. Shoes.
ANTICEPH A JU GiNaV-Hoadaehel
and Neuralgia Cure.
BLAKE, T. WV Watch Repairing
BRIDGERS, Jno. E. Co. Tal
lore and Haberdashers.
BROWN, H. J. Undertaker.
BI8Q0P. J. M.-Bicycle Repair
BOYD FURNITURE CO., Re
novating old Furniture.
BfiRW ANGER, 8. & 1). Clothiers.
CAPITAL PRINTING CO Printers
C.B. CROWkLL. A CO. Trusses.
DOBBIN A FERRALL Dry Goods
FERRALL. J.R.A Co. Grocers.
GREEN, J. B. A Go Grocers.
GIERSCH, R. F. Restaurant
HICKS' Capudlne. Headache and
A N, JONES A CO Groceries.
KING, W. H. Drug Co. Whole
sale and Retail Druggists.
LEWIS. Julius. Hardware Co.
McGEACHx , A. 8. Pharmac at.
MANHATTAN Life Insurance
Co. Gen. Agency.
MOORE, W J. Grooer.
MANN. W. B , Groceries.
NORRiS DR 8. P. Dentist
RALEIGH Marble Works Mon
REAVIS J. H.- Cobbkr.
ROWLAND, D 8 Physician.
bIMPSON S Eczema Core. Phar
STEONACH'S, W. C. Sons. Gro-
WHITING Bros. Clothing.
WILLIAMS, A. A Co. School
A.8. w OMBLE Fishing Tackle.
National Educational Association
Detroit, Mich , Joly 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
Are either the tride or baas of year
Uf-v I f year teeth need attention yon
wUI de well to eonsalt
DR. si. P. NORRIB
at New York Dental Asaoeiatioa of
ftee. Prists ate rirkt aad all werk
Urd. Iaterstate 'phone aun.
IIoMosaan BoUding. Con-
Dr. D. S. Rowland,
PhyrJdsa tzi Surgeca.
Room 91 - Pollen Buildlojr.
Office hours, 9 to 10 :S0 a. m. and
2:30 to 5 :30 p.m.
Bell 'Phone, No. 253.
RALEIGH, N. C.
A COMPLETE LINE
1 Quart Fountain Syringe. 3 hard
Rubber pipes, fully guaranteed.
C. B. CROWELL A CO.,
nave Yea Lest Year
If so get RCA V IB to replase tt
BOOKS repealed and half -soled.
eeweeV $100. Balfeeied. sewed,
7e cents. For tacking heele and
half soles, 75 ceeta.
For tacklsg seise 60 at it. Cheep,
er rate given on India t and chil
dren those. All work neatly don
and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
J. D. Hearts,
Cor. Morgan A Wilmington St,
RaLEIQO, . C.
HOUSEHOLD ART, PRICELESS
and repaired made to last another
century, such as desks, chairs ete.
Advice and estimates gladly given.
Order work a specialty.
C3TD FOICE 03PAI1T,
108 8oath Blount Street,
RALE (OR, N. c
The Utneet, the cooks and at the aasae Usee fee tr I ud
la or Oersaaa Bare. It la ae coal a iiaa t a
vuw. wTaa m umwmu ot m o eess la sJt,cJS aad vast, aad add
sis4 raa- fc a U year hoy l th bC-jr oaa vaavian aaTkr
B sides the recrnler lects we have tae !, extra leeg aad the timsU
la a stlstak aboat yor chetee aad fit, We have lha bUh.
facets far U cms
f aa blade, ihe
mac Alberts; MlW
SUMMER COATS AND TROUSERS
Ism ffsalttd ail akewt aJaf ts MskakanAla aewi - v ...
grades panlcalariyoera. They fit aad retata their ehaee. Vi4fZi2lI!
IhfM illffiwl wlt.ru Wat f.ifti.i .. IT, . mm T . - " Wr
U eaek grade ye U1 tad heat values. 0r sales show that.
TaeaextgradelsgTSOi ua llstegtl to
BB Xii. V Jill
If you want one of tho OOos Coal. Llaea or Crash Salts at half arte.
are low now. Half price till the laat one la sold.
Some Straw Hata
Are here too. Nearly every style is fairly repreeeated here as yet. The
-sbi Mpav, b. ii iim w ua we. rraiwa to sk. U tlf m t til. Aaelh
the lot. Boja'StrawHtUapIeaty-nxtoll.
dajs will clear
Tti:t U:.:rr::r, Ttiznt Cicstr. Ttirat Wzrit Cits tzi far-'as
lor qnUk elUnl",: Utp, COtI e,lbr or wbl, rteen, Uhlre aU
One Piice Clot hit ra
B0 YOU WANT
ALMOST EVERYBODY DOES SOMETIME. SEND YOUR ORDERS
W. B MANN,
ON EAST HABGETT STREET
Capital Printing Company,
The "Hustllog Printers" of the South.
QUICK WORK GOOD WORK PRETTY WORK.
BALEIGH, N. C.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
AN INVITING AND PLEASANT
RKfcOttT. EVERYTHING IN SEA
S16 FayettevlUe 8 Ralslgh, N. O.
Tho Pnbllc Schools arc nou opanlivj mi
tho State, and uill need nppil&i Thc:j
school booand snppllcscan b had at a
discount to teachers and dealers fron
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
BANQUETS AND DINNER8 A SPECIALTY.
Lawn Mowers, Sewing Machines,
Gnns, Rifles and Pistols. Prompt
International Christian Endeavor na oauiiaii worn:, most ueason-
Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, July
One first-class fare for round trip
from all points ; rate from Raleigh
$16 55, tiokets sold Jnly 4, 5 and 6,
return limit J uly 14. Extension of
the final limit may be obtained to
September 1st by depositing ticket
with Joint Agent at Cincinnati on
or before July 10th, and on pay
ment of fee of fifty cents.
' For further Information write or
C. H. Gattis, C. T. A P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. S. Leaed, T. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
J. M. BISHOP,
332 South Wilmington Street,
BALEIGH, N. Cr
GOOD HOdE REMEDIES
"King Quality Is Everything Bearing our LabeL
DR. BUDD'S SARSaPARILLA CORDIAL
Pnrlftes the Blood. Foil Pint, 75 oenta.
KING'S HEADACHE TABLETS;
Sam pis mailed on request. Regular boxes, 25c.
W. H. King,
Julian E. Johnston,
B. B. Jerman,
Hon. E. C. Smith,
Prof. B. W. Kilgore,
ICapt. M. W. Page.
KING'S FLT KING.
Keeps Flies off Horses, 25 cents.
JOTTTTSTOISr'S worm candy,
Mailed on receipt of prioe, 15 centa.
KING'S ANODYNE POROUS PLASTER, BEST PAIN PLASTER,
By Mall, 15 cents.
We carry a big Stock and give special attention to Mall Order busl
ness we invite correspondence.
Aanl Meeting of Stockholder.
The fifty-first annual meeting of
the stockholders of the North Caro
lina Railroad Company will be held
at Greensboro, N. C. on the second
Thursday in Jnly 1901
Stockholders can get tickets to at
tend the meeting with their immedi
ate families by appMog to the Sec
retary at Burlington, N. C.
CPSNCKB U. ADAMS,
Aa Old Soldier Wanders From the Home I
Newa and Observer.
J alius G. Heary. an inmate of tbe
fioldiera' Home, has disappeared,
and the superintendent would De
srlad to nave any information as to
He came here some two weeks ago
from (it eene county. It was disco r
ered soon after hia arrival that his
mind waa affeoted and his friends
were written to in regard to his con
dition, though it was not considered
On last Thursday afternoon, how
ever, Mr. Henry left the Home, say
ing hs was coming to the oiiy to
snake some small purchases. Instead
of coming to the city, it has been
ascertained, he went off toward the
rock quarry and down the Tarboro
toad. It la thought possibly he was
trying: to return to his home in Oaa-
tone, which is in that direction. Bat
nothing has since been heard of
him, though the officials at the Home
and the police haye made dilllgent
Mr. Henry is about 63 years old,
and during the war was a member of
Colonel Bonnet's regiment (14th N.
C.) In a battls he was blown up by
a powder mine and his forehead is
forehead is still fall of blue powder
Week End Bates tU 8. A.. L.. Railway.
Commencing Sstarday June 15,
and continuing until Saturday
September 23 h, the Seaboard Air
Line Hallway will sell week end
tickets from Raleigh, N. O , to the
following points :
These tickets to be sold lor all
trains each Saturday for Sunday
forenoon trains, good returning not
inter than Monday following date
of sale, with the exception of
Blowing Rock, N. 0.. to which point
tickets will be sold on Fridays and
Saturdays, good returning the fol
Tickets and all Information win
be furnished at the Seaboard Air
Line Railway's up town ticket
office, Yarborough House Building.
C. H Gattis, G. P. A T. A.
Raleigh, N. O
N.C. $7 80
" 3 00
" 4 76
Va. 4 00
" 4 00
. " 4 00
. 4 00
I ho Ualatan wi a rlAt I Agents for Uhase oanDorn's
aaaw aaaswsaa -
uoirees ana Teas.
Current Prices of Farm and Gar-
uen rrouuee. I Th Thousands Kitchen BoB-
1 prices quoted are pam w to. rr, r
Cotton to 8i ed by Mrs. Korer.
The market continues stiff on all I ROLLER CHAMPION r LUUn.
farm products. Eggs and chickens very
scarce ana in aemana. i x-w
Eggs Fresh 11 to i HOLLOWAVS BUTTER.
fouitry iiive, gooa.
Chickens, old hens, large,. . . 80 to 15
SZli;;;""""""''" ..... as Gordon A Dillworth's Table Delica-
Hams, N Carolina, iwii .
ninig. iriciuis.. ........... av w aw
Hams. Susrarcured.. . . 18 to 15 1
r.i.h wm tno. now IUV ntlB Bill
ERSSKar.::.. l2 STROfJACH'8
nailer, per puuiiu www
New cabbage crate 501 BOLJS1
New tomatoes. I
Huckleberries per qt. 0 to io 1 wholesale and Retail Grocers.
w. h:. ttttstg- dbtjg go.
Wholesale and Prescription Druggists
RALEIGH, N. a
JNO. R. FERRALL.
JOSHUA B. HILL
S. R iSRRjaBB 4 6..
222 pyetteville Street.
Largest and best stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
in the city.
POR ANYTHING IN THE FISH-
ING TACKLE LINE,
A. S. WOMBLE,
Cor. Fay.ttTille A Wilmington si
The Original HEADACHE
and NEURALGIA CUBE.
SAIE5! - AD - Ml
2S and 80 centa a bottls
For Sale by all Druggists
fob DRUGS OF BEST STANDARD.
job TOILET ARTICLES OF TASTE.
For Soaps of Sweet and Dainty Perfume.
For Fresh and Prolific Garden and Flower
BALEIGH, N. C.
POLITE - W
i u..t.. kkhrittm ADD JRELRY,
JOEin E. DRIESERS Q (50,
ko o o e o o o o e e on
Xatlo to Stoekaoldara or N.C.RBCo.
The second payment ot the thirty
math annual dividend, due the
stockholders of tbe North Carolina
Railroad Company, three per eent.
on the said company, will be due
and payable at the office of said com
nany in Darlington, N. C, August
8PKM0XB B. Adams,
Secretary aad Trees.
A W ABM ING.
fr - t t . . .
ao ieei urea alter exaruon la nne
thing ; to feel tired before Is another.
a Don't say the latter is laziness it
ira'i; tint it's a sign that the system
lcks titalitv. is running dawn, anil
needs the tonic effect of Hood's Sars-epariUa.
vI't?Aw,ttiaf too and sufferers
henld begin Uking Hood's at once.
Why You Should InU on HnkiJ .
gureba Kin: -ss c:l
Mnequaled by any other. -Pender
hard leather soft.
Keeps out water.
A heavy bodied oIL
An excellent preservative.
educes coax 01 your narnessw
ever burns the leather; its ,
Efficiency ia increased.
ecures best service,
titches kept from breaking.
LocaUtiea iCMOflMstand bf
' SeaaaarS Oil Coaiaaar
If a man's
If a girl's In Loyk, that's her
If they marry and want Gbocib-
isfi, that's OUR BUSINESS. - r
A. N. Jones &. Oof
Cor. Fayetteville A Davie Street.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Raleigh LlarNo Works
Bauien, h. e.
Shipments made to
any part of the state at
same price as at shop.
Latest Btylee In If eekw
, Collars, CofSa- and EbJrta.
121 Fayzttxvuxe St, RALEIGH, N. a
High clan Goods. Lowest prices.
My Clocks are reliable any style.
The little intermittent alarm clock
is a sure worker. Every home
Public Schcol Books
Cures All Skin Diseases.
CURED TO STAY CUUEDT YM ninpn TV kft.v -ttii.-i
And that mouia CURED TO STAY CURED.
Boot by UmU tat 11 oanU.
Hillita SfcjsM, R:rc:rf$t, R:!::rJ, P. a
Ready to Wear icrc:kr,Est:rB.
Tailor made Suits,
Largest and Host Select Stocks
Come to Ealeigh and be fitted. Ho extra chtxse for
any attentions to inrtner perfect tne fit TTat Orders
Ilep:iri:2 D::3 !l::3slly ci
If yon are thinking of purchasing I BUY YOTJB GBOCEKIES FBOM J, B.GRBLirj&lCO.
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
No. 9 East Barsett Street, BALEIGH, N. C.
a Watch or wntch-eharm or other
Jewelry, come to see me.
Local Inspector for S. A. L.
H- J. Bnn CsOi HiGi
F UETiL Dircstcr tzi EcS:!-:r,
' 307, 209 and 211
SOUTH, ' SALISBT7BY BTBEET
The Man With the Ax
HEEDS CIMESTHT UiU CE1
Uake a Spesi<y ot, at Fopakr Pitas. UenV and Cof
Bhtta, 7ifn 01.00 01.2S txd OMO ; i ' -
are In rlrt ctyle
nosnp feat wi
Taey.are caaae ecTsdally
wr as, ueresore we
Aess eheaper tnaa rom
buy ihea eleewbere
vhere they are benght of
jobbers, as we sere the
Their style Is rlsht, their
errloe is rljht, the prtos
is ribt-ihese are the 3
thtnge to coaal4er. Cos
f beta aod eonrlnee yomr
DAUIEL ALLECJ AM GOLMV.
BY CZZZ2, THE GBOCS2.
manE3T cAisn pbioss paid, on
mf ti rniRTcn PEANUTS All The Tloe. Five Vcztt
1C3 Csst ntrcett etreet.
tT7rl tor OaUlojne.
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