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July 18, 1901, edition 1 /
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PUBLISHED KVIRT THURSDAY
BTTQI CAUCASIA TUB. CO.
Bed Toot to X.9
On Saturday, on application of
William Chappell, a marriage license
was bwued to Kdfas Chappell, his
brother, aged 21 and Edna Hodgea,
whose age wu stated as 18. It waa
to be a runaway affair, but Mrs.
I Chappell, formerly the widow llod-
o I gS who bad married ha. unappeii,
81 1 a brother or rxiiiw unappeii, gov on
to the affair and tied her daughter
to the bed In her room, thus thwart
ing the proiMXNxl Hatuaday night
Monday morning Edfus Chappell
returned hla lice Me to the llegiater
of Deed's office. Shortly after Mm.
Cba s pell appeared and gave notice
that no license muat be Issued, aa her
daughter was under age, being about
fifteen. With her was Mr. Ed.
Channel!, her husband, and Miss
About this time Edfus Chappell
entered the Ileglster of Deed's office
and Mrs. Chappell told him he could
not have her daughter. The young
THE AUGUST CAMPAIGN AND THE
The lUleigh Post Tuesday morn
ing stated that Otivernor Aycock
had received a communication from
the Internation'l Council of the world
headquarters atHeattle, Washington,
notifying him that that society of
fered rewards of r,00 each for par
ticipants In the recent lynching at I lover declared he would
Hmlthfield and LaQrange.
It further stated that the Oovern
or. In sneaklniE of the Interference
of this outside organization with
the affairs of the state said, that he
thought North Carolina could take
care of her own affairs in the matter
of lynching as well as other things,
her ud. but declared he would have
her in spite of everything on earth.
He declares that she is over 18 years
old and that her age is known in her
neighborhood. The Register of
deeds holds the license and will re
turn it over to young Chappell when
he calls for it. The parties to the
affair live about nine miles from
Kaleleh. and all the parties left for
and that he deaired to serve notice ther home Monday owning, but i
now that hereafter when a lynching iH certain that young Chappell has
occurred anywhere In North Caro- not given up his girl.
Una he would Immediately there
after offcr a reward on the part of
the state of $400 for each of the
participants In the lynching.
The Governor said also that he
wanted it understood that those who
commit that crime which brings
about lynching will be summarily
dealt with, and their Just desires
LORD ROBERTS 091 CENERAL LEE.
87 be Ilopee Horn Day to Visit Gen.
UUZZZi CZfttKEl AWAT.
II VTm a Meekr of the Bw-
ba4 H- rved a Jarfg tor Worn Yere.
Ex-Judge Whitaker died at his
place of residence on Ilillaboro fet.,
this dty, Wednesday afternoon July
10th, after an Illoew of several
The funeral was prechl at
Christ church Thursday afternoon
by Dr. Marshall, after which the re
mains were laid to rest in Oak wood
The late Judge Whitaker had been
declining in health for a long while,
and for some weeks he had been
confined to bis home. He was a
sufferer from heart trouble, though
t complication of diseases resulted
In the civil war the deceased be
came Adjutant of the Thirty-Third
N. C. Volunteers, and was In eigh
teen engagements, Including such
Important battles as the Wilderness,
Gettysburg, Fredericksburg, Appo
mattox and others.
When the American-Spinish war
broke out Judge Whitaker became
Major of the Sixth United States
Volunteers and went to Porto Hico
In the expedition to that island.
He was appointed by Gov. Fowle
a Superior Court Judge to fill a va
cancy, and remained a factor in poli
tics until his death.
pa. liAOTUAtrs advice
Is Sought by Female Soffo
ere From Ocean
' Mrs. 7. W. Ooaktr,1906 Fourth itt
Ba. Rock Island, lilinol.
Richmond, Va., July 15. In a
letter just received by Miss Mary
Custis Lee, Lord Roberts, now commander-in-chief
of the British army,
and the haro of the British camo-
meted out to them with all possible aIgn ln Afxica, says that It is
dispatch. his hope to some day visit Lexing-
We opine that the Governor ton, Va , and there look npon the
might have made the task of stop- tomb of ee the &reat Southern
ping the crimes spoken of above a j, an extract uken
little easier if he had commenced from the letter to Mia8 Lee.
earlier, to reform the state. But I lt may be that I shall never be
mi hA nnt made the leader last I able to carry out my wish of visit-
year of the mob law gang? Did he
not endorse mob law when he was
being escorted around the state
by armed red shirts who seemed
ready to commit any crime in
the "name of democracy?" It is an
easy matter Governor to start riot
ing and mob law, but It is a hard
thing to stop it. You endorsed mob
law last year (or seemingly did so,)
did you not Governor? Now you say
It must be stopped. Your red shirt
followers are too well drilled In viol
ence and crimes to listen now to
reason. They think you are joking
Governor, and we fear it will take
several decades to get them to be
good law abiding citizens again.
ing your country, but I hope that
some day I shall do so, and that I
may see the monument in the col
lege chapel at Lexington. I shall
consider it a privilege to be able to
show my respect and admiration for
one of the greatest soldiers of any
age Lee, of Virginia.
With kind regards from Lady
Roberts and myself, believe me
dear Miss Lee.
Ae motoric Ship to be Sold to Hlht
Washington, July 1 2. The action
of the Navy Department today in
ordering the sale of the old frigate
Minnesota is a reminder of the fam
ous naval engagement between the
Confederate ironclad Merrimac and
the little Federal monitor.
The Minnesota was with the Con
stitution and the Congress which
were run down and suuk by the
Confedeiate ship in Hampton Roade,
but the M.nnesota was spared for
attack the morning following.
During the night the little moni
tor arrived from New York, and
when the Merrimac steamed out to
ward the Minnesota she was attack
ed by the monitor and the famous
battle then took place.
The Minnesota is now In Charles
ton harbor, Boston, and has been
used as a receiving ship by the
Massachusetts naval militia. She
has been appraised at $15,000 and
the order of Secretary Long issued
today is that she shall be sold to the
highest bidder, but not at a figure
below the appraised value.
The spread of Charbon is creating
a reign of terror in several of the
Southern states. It Is reported that
in many of the counties in Missis
sippi that there are not enough
animals that have escaped the dread
disease to work the croos for the
remainder of the year.
No one ha, been, able so far, to dis
cover the cause of the disease. It
causes a swelling ln the animal's
side, lik the "Sweeny," in appear
ance, and it kills in a very few
hours. It is so venomous that it is
affecting all forms of animal life.
Seven negros have died in one coun
ty In Mississippi from the disease,
and it has frightened the other
negros so that they are refusing to
3 Horses Killed by Lightning.
Lenoir, N. C, July 15. While
descending the mountain, one mile
from Blowing Rock this alt' moon,
a team of Henkle Bros., wh stiuck
by lightning and three of the four
horses killed. The driver was
knocked from the hack, but was not
Bitten by a Mad Dog.
La Grange, July 15. A mad dog
bit the 10 year-old son of J. B.
lagan here Sunday afternoon. Mr
I lagan leaves today for Baltimore
to put his boy under the Pasteur
method of treatment. The dog bit
several other dogs and got away.
The News and Observer has at last
heard from Gen. Julian S. Carr in
regard to hi northern speech. They
published his letter, and after think
Ing the matter over for a day or two
the editor of the Observer wrote
over a two column article denoun
clng Gen. Carr for his political views,
saying that Mr. Carr would not
have made the speech he did had
Mr. Bryan been elected President
hut fall, Had Mr. Bryan been
elected it doubtless would have been
Mr. Daniels time to have made a
speech or "write a book," as it is not
probable he would have gotten the
"Job" he was expecting.
The 'grandfather" clause of the
franchise laws of North Carolina and
pthef Southern States did not find
ouch favpr ln the Virginia censti
tutioqu convention in Richmond
last w jek. 4. member of the con
vention said that it was 'class legis
lation of the most vicous kind and
, n violation of the principles of the
Bill of Rights, as promulgated to
the world by Virginians more than
a century ago". We are glad to see
that there is one Southern State
that is not ready to pass .laws ln
violation to the Constitution framed
by our forefathers.
me morning Post copies the
following from the Durham Herald
ana very pertinently calls it "The
proper view of it":
"For all we know the Governor
may perform a merciful act every
ume ne paraons an unfortunate.
tv..A f 4 . .
vui. lb never occurrea to some peo-
pie mat uovernor Russell mighi
have been doing the same thing."
We will have to ask our readers
to excuse the non appearance of the
usual amount of editorials in the
paper this week. Both of our
eaitortal writers are out of the dty,
ana as tne business manager does
not claim to be much of an editorial
anus, ne has tried to give you in
westing news matter instead.
I r DAZZLES THE WORLD.
No discovery in medicine has ever
created one-quarter of tbe excitement
tbat has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It's
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
H morrhage. Pleurisy and Bronchitis,
thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect health. For coughs, culds, asth
ma, croup, hay lever, hoarseness and
whooping cough it is the quicke-tand
aure&t cure in the world
who guarantee satisfaction or refund
money. Large bottles 50c and $100.
Trial bottles free.
For sale by all druggists.
Lee Kirby Dead.
Lee Kirby, who it will be remem
bered was sentenced to the criminal
Insane department of the Peniten
tiary for the murder of his brother-
in-law Lee Murrell several months
ago, was released under- habeas cor
pus proceedings before Judge Robin
son and brought to the home of his
mother in Turkey township last
Wednesday at the point of death.
He died Saturday night and was
buried Monday morning at the old
family burial ground, funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev. L. R.
Carroll of Warsaw. Peace to his
ashes. Clinton Caucasian.
An Essay on Habit.
A story is told of an English
schoolmaster who offered a prize to
the boy who should write the best
composition m nye minutes on
"How to Overcome Habit."
At the expiration of five minutes
the compositions were read. The
( prize v ent to a lad of nine years,
j Following is his essay:
"Well, sir, habit is hard to over
come. If you takeoff the first letter,
it does not change 'abit.' "If you
take off another you still have a 'bit'
left. If you take off still another,
the whole 'it' remains. If you take
off another, it is not wholly used
up; all of which goes to show that
if you want to get rid of a habit
you must throw it off altogether."
I was af
fir or sis
d li!lcal ties
worM all the
time. I ho
W w m V w
bottle of Pe
r n n a la
ially to me,
for I owe my present good health to it.
All over the conn try there are women
who hare been invalids f or aaanjweera,
suffering with female derangements.
What m boon to such women la Dr.
Hart man's free advice t So famous
baa his skill made htm tbat hardly a
hamlet or town la tbe country l.i.
know bla name. Ha cure tea ot
thousand, and be offers to every
woman who will write to htm bet
symptoms and a history of her trou
ble, free advice and treatment.
The medicines he prescribes can be
obtained at any drag store, and the cost
la within the reach of any woman. He
describes minutely and carefully just
what she shall do and get to make a
healthy, robust woman of herself. ,.
Address Dr. Hartman, Cotumbus,
Ohio, tor a free copy of "Health aa4
She Did as He Advised.
From Tit Bits.
Hocus What happened when you
told your mother-in-law to mind her
Pocus I don't know exactly.
What I recovered consciousness . I
was in the hospital.
STRIKES A RICH FIND.
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nerv
ous debility," writes P. J. Green, of
Lancaster, N. H., "No remedy
helped me until I began using Elec
tric Bitters, which did me more
good than all the medicines I ever
used. They have also kept my wife
in excellent health for years. She
says Electric Bitters are just splen
did for female troubles; that they
are a grand tonic and invigorator
for weak, run down women. No
other medicine can take its place in
in our family." Try them. Only
50c. Satisfaction guaranteed,
gold all by rduggists.
Conger En Route to Pekin.
San Francisco, July 14. E. H.
Conger, United States minister to
China, has arrived on his way to
Pekin. Minister Conger will sail
next Wednesday on the steamer
Lonivil. Ky.-TriBisJ Con
clave. Kmcbts T.eaplar, At cast 27
31. One faro f or tb roaod trip.
Tickets 00 sale AogoU 21 t to 24ife,
htnlud for reorn Uavite Louisville
notil September 2, with prmltce of
extension to September 16 oa deposit
of tiektt with joint agant any pay
sum of 50 ct&iL
San FraneUeo, Cal -Epwortk Ia
trntioaal Convention, JalylSzl.
Very low rat a. Tickets oa sale
;Jaly3i tolltb, lineited for return
until August 31
Cnatanqaa, N. Y Account Chat
anqna Assembly. Tickets oa sale
Jolt 4ih and 25th, oce and a third
fare for the round trip, tic lata limit
ed for thirty days from date of Sale.
Cnicag,-, 111. B. Y. U. A. Inter
national Convention, Jaly 25 28.
One fare for thernnd trip. Tiektts
good going July 22 J, 231 and 2i b;
good returning leaving Chicago on-
Oaaceoaatof the National Coa-
at!oa Epwortfe l0
Francisco, CaX, Jnty 1J 21st, U
Seaboard Air Uae Railway will
ali rcaad trip ttekstt from all
Mint, ! Vnrth mroliaa: rate from
tVTii-w er.T. o Tickets will be
antf fmm JntT 5th tO 12th. iBClB
sire, good tetanias; aatll A u rust
3rd by dtpoaltlBg ticket with Joint
irtBt fet fan Fraasclsco aad oa
r.mMt of fM of 60 coats. For
tiAketa either rotas: or re turn ing.
one way only, through Portland or
Poget Hound, via 8hata Route or
steamer, IS W win do aaoea w raw
For ticket going via Ogdea. rs
turnlea? via Loa Anr-1-, Sen Fran
cisco aad Shasta Route, or going
via Pcrtland and Shasta Route to
fUn Frmaelaco. return! ng via Los
Angelas and Ogdea, f 1S.UU win pe
sufdar? to rate. Stoo overs win oe
permitted at and Weat of Colorado
common polnta Cheyenne to Trin
idad, Fort Worth and Baa Antoaia,
Tvx. Eaatof these points tickets
will be rood only for continuous
good returning iavtn uiicago on- rp. - passengers to reach point
til Jolj 30, with privilege of kt male notlater than Ana-net Slat.
B:onio ADcmi oa uepwn w
tieket lth j )int agent and payment
of 50 cents.
. WEflBflSKIE TOE.
Leaves no Bad EffectWhatever.
15. 25 and1 oOCmUat lregglt
Detroit, Ml ib. National EJuea
tional Association, July 8-12. One
fare plus $2 for the round trip.
Tickets gcod going July 5th, 6 Jx
and 7tn, limited for return leaving
Detroit until Jaly 15, with privilege
of extension to September 1 on de
posit of ticket with jsitft agent and
payment of 50 cents.
; Cincinnati, Ohio. United Society
Christian Endeavor, July 6-10. Oae
tare for the routd trip. Tickets on
sale July 3d to 5th, limited tor re
rorn leaving Cincinnati until July
14, with privilege of extension to
u'ust 31 on deposit of ticket with
ju.. t agent and payment of 50 cents.
For tickets and further informa
tion apply to or address
Arthur O. Lkwis,
1 S. P. A. Balto. & Oaio R. R.
Under Atlantic Hottl Norfolk. Va.
Any parties desiring to take this
trip can do eo and the Seaboard
Air Line will pay special attention
to thoae using Its line ana upon ap
plication to the undersigned any
Information will be furnished.
C. H. Gattis, C. P.AT.A.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. 8. Lxabd, T. P. A.
fialeigh, N. a
505 and 504 Tucker Building,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Practices in all State and Federal
Kl Muck Mi No, e.
JUL k CaeU Not. e. ifco.
, BQJKG EATM
Pound Package, $
Julius Lewis Hardware Co., nafcj&h, n. c.
Pimples, blotches and all other
spring troubles are cured by Hood's
Sarsaparllla the most effective of
ail spring medicines.
Warehouse at Clinton will Open
Mr. C. P. Sellars and the tobacco
Warehouse force will be in this
week. Our tobacco market will
open about August 1st.
AT this SIA80N of the year thert
are always many deathr, particular
ly among children, from complaint.
diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera mor-
onf cramps, etc., and every out
ought to know that a sure and speed '
care can easily be obtained by tak
ing Perry D.li' Pain-Uter . 1
sweetened water every half hour.
it never fails. Avoid substitute,
mere is nnt one rain Killer, Perry
uavis-. i-rice zqc and oue.
A PCETTY OFFER.
something; That Will Please the Indies
r The Household .
There is something pleasant and
eneery in tne words "Good Time.
no matter whether they are applied
MuujiK ouuuiuons, to some
period in the future, or as a name
to a 000K or paper or anv thine.
There's never any disadvantage id
hearing the word.
A very attractive and interesting
uiaiuo one uk will especially
Interest the lady members of a
household is named "Good Times."
11 is pnoiis&ed monthly and is re
marzabielor the number of timely
and good things It contain. Ta re
is an announcement of this maea
sine in tnis iaaue, and we will keep
u,iu( uio puuuo zor tne next
There is a way for any one to get
this publication six months free of
paarare. xne Caucasian will send
it six montns free to any oldsnb-
scnoer wno will renew, and to any
new one who will aubnerih. tninl
1 the month ef July. - -
ui upponiuuiy is wom taxing
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
The old idea that the body sometimes
needs a powerful, drastic, purgative
pill has been exploded ; Dr. King's New
Life Pills, which are perfectly harm
less, gently stimulate liver and bowels
to expel poisonous matter, cleans the
system ana absolutely cure constipa
tion and sick neadache. Only 25c at
Sold by all druggists.
A Dollar Down.
From the Philadelphia Press.
Caller So you've got a' little baby
sister at your house. The doctor
brought it, I suppose.
Willie No, I guess it was the
installment man. He brings most
everything to our house.
r 1 a sr t
Men and women of good address to
represent us, some to travel appoint
ing agents, otners ror local wora iook
ing after our interests. $900 salary
guaranteed yearly; extra commissions
and expenses: rapid advancement, old
ef-tablisned bouse, urand cnance ror
earnest man or woman to secure pleas
ant, permanent position, liberal income
THE NORTH CAROLINA
Normal and Industrial College.
preserves and piekles, spread
a thin ooatlng of refined
WiU kMp them absolutely moisture snd
acid proof. Prffln. Wsz i also neafal in
a doi.n otber wara about the booss. full
directions in eaoh pound package.
aTANDARD Oik CO.
ant, permanent position, liberal income 1
and future. New, brilliant lines. Write 1 8C1ENTIFIC
23 Church St, New Haven, Conn
Agriculture, Engineerirg, Me
chanic Arts, aud Cottou Manu
facturing; a combination of the
ory and ptactice, of study and
manual training. Tuition $20 a
year Total expense, including
clothing ard b.wrd, $125. Thirty
teachers, 80 ttuuV nts. Next sea
rion b.-gins September 4th.
For catalogue address Geo. T.
N. C. COLLEGE
Agriculture & Mechanic Arts
RALEIGH, N. O.
Annual expnaea $100 to $140, for non rwldtcteor
the State $1C0. Faculty of SO memb ra. Prsctiee
and Observation School of about 250 puplla. Ts
aeeure board In the dormltorlea all free tuition ap
plications should be made before July 15ih. Ses
sion opens September 19th.
Coneapond.noe Invited from thoae desiring com
petent teachers and stenographers.
For Catalogue and other information addrees
President CHARLES 13. HclVKlU
Ureenaboru, X. t
Elkin Woolen Mills
Millie Why did the widow sell
Willie She said it reminded her
of her late husband.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Wixslow's Soothing Sybup has
been used for children while teethinsr.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
sne nest remedy lor Diarrhoea. Twen
ty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug-
gi8bs burougnout me worio.
R. R. FARE PAID
write quick to
OA.-ALA. BUSINCaS COLLEGE. Maeon.
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IT GIRDLES THK GLOBE.
The tame of Buck'en's Arnica Salve.
as the best in the world, extends round
the earth, it s tbe one perfect healer of
cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores, boils,
scalds, ulcers, felons, aches, pains and
all skin eruptions Only infallible pile
oure. 25c a box at all druggists.
Sold by all druggists. Price 50 eta.
always indicate a weak heart.
They are usually preceeded or
followed by palpitation or flut
tering, and there may be pain
in left side, a smothering sen
sation and shortness of breath.
Such a heart should be treated
at once, before the disease de-
Thousands take it for amine- veiops beyond control. Heart
loss of appetite and everybody says I disease is as easily cured as other
noiu o aavrsjuaua
LOSS OF APPETITE.
A person that has lost appetite
nas lost sometning besides vital
lty, vigor, tone.
The way to recover appetite and
all that goes with it is to take
Hood's Sarsaparllla that strength
ens the stomach, perfects digestion
ana mates eating a pleasure.
else so good as troubles it taken in time.
Renew youa subscription to the
Caucasian at once and get "Good
Tima'! magazine six : months . free
This offer expires August 1st
Farmers provide yourself with
Pa n K K r at this season ot the year
when eoiie, ' cholera morbus, dysen
tery, diarrhoaa, may disable
your hands use it in every case of
the kind, but be sure that you trust
to no other remedy but the old, long
tried Perry uavie' Pain-Kiiler which
never failed. Avoid substitutes.
were is nnt one rain-Killer,
Davis'. Price 25o. and 50.
"I was subject to fainting
spells, and many times I nave
fallen on the street. 1 was often
' , compelled to si tdown while walk
Ihg to" avoid falling. Whenjpbysi
class failed to iielp me, X took
DrMiles' Heart Cure and was
Chakles D. Randall.
BlUcottville, . Y,
Taxes In Cuba.
Pwy I is especially adapted to remove
au irreguianues ot the heart s
An Important Announcement. ww" u urugglStS . On
We dexirn tn 11 t.h non.i 1 5
immediate attention of each and every I Hfles Medical Co.. Elkuart, Ind.
wuo ui our reauera vo me exceptional
terms upon which we are prepared to
offer the representative journal of Av-
rinuitore. Farm and Home, in conneo I Havana, July 12. The secretary
ISSLSSs, JSSJt of flnance has published a statement
.u.wBm.vua we wuuu-jr iuiu cc uome
is known and rMvta'niT.Mi
of the highest sUndard. Its sound com iDS h first six months of 1901 by
mon sense, practical teachings, ter-e I the finance department amounted to
parmmpna, ongjnaiity and piuck have a total of $344,000. The other
WA'i.,! -f- f wen, .re the lotZ
la t Ion, exceeding 800,000 copies each whicn yields about $30,000 a month,
issue, is in itself a telling testimonial the signal service, the income from
..Mh "S.SL I 7i .p"! inmMic which Is - J6.000 a month,' nd the
JlSUSSSSSSffiiSS -- The three deUrtmento
selves of an opportunity to secure, at a are managed by the military au-
"""u cobs, a paper wnicn will return
buem a cnousana per cent on the in
vestment in thA useful bints and teach
ings to ne ontatned from ito perusal.
To all we say, try Farm and Home a
year, and you will never regret it. A
copy of Homemade Contrivances, a
n,05? ueful hook, containing 950 illus
trations, is included with each sub',
Mr. H. H. Draughon of Mingo, N.
C, has Turkey Callers for sale at
75 cents each, and will have Hawk
Callers in a few days at same pxiee.
Will send either or both to any one
desiring them on receipt of price. '
Biggest Strike in Years.
Spokane, Wash., July 12. The
biggest strike in many years among
tne miners of the northwest is on at
If you want to exchange your wool or have it manufactured lite
the best Blankets. Casslmeres. Jeans, Llnaeys, Flannels and Yarns to b
had in America, if you want the best made and mnat omfortahle fit-
, Books sa4 Bosrd
JJ&21 tm, !?-tter lln Pnt yo wore; If yon want to trade with the cleverest o
ETffirtkStS" you ever had any dealings with, try the ELKIN WOOLEN MILLS sod
w vjv m.o vu saw awa syrswr weWQ yvas sswMPV Mssfls) fJsV sBsassTVaw sMfesW
Roslyn, and 1,200 miners are out. !B41!Lftry.'TH Lexlnsjton. Ky.
The strike affects the Lenoi and SS'f
wiriiri, wrs.wtmis a TXuquraT. irtoiHga.
others mines owned by British com
panies. The trouble started through
tne locking out of union smelter
men at the Lelloi smelter at North-
you will never regret It. Thev have one of the larweat mills la tbs
South. They ship their goods to nearly every 8tate In the Union, at
the quality of their work is unexcelled.
Write them for their handsome new catalogue, and do not dlipoM
of your wool until yon see It. Address,
CHITM M. CO., Frgpeton,
School for bova and vnnno man
win w gin iui annual session Oct.
IV . .
xoung men aesiring to go to I
school and pay in part with work
may write to as at once. Twenty-1
BELIEF IN SIX HOUBS.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
Disease relieved In six hours bv
MNxw Great South American omiw desired immediately; six
Kidey Curs." It Is a great sur- for frm work, six for carpenter's
prise on account of its exceeding work, four for masonry and nlaat-
promptness In relieving pain in erlng, four for painting and one orlTAL
Diadder. kidneys and back, in male two xar pnnting. For further nnr.
or female. Believes retention of tlcnlars address Bev. Chas. B Tay-
water umoei immeaiateiy. 11 you lvJIi cnucipeu, ijiitieton, , (j.
want quicx reiiei ana care tnis is
CALIFORNIA King Gold Mines Company-
32 Broadway and 69 2tew 8t New York.
JOHN P. JONES, President.
1,000,000 SHARES -PAR VALUE, f 5,O0 EACH.
remedy. Sold by Henry T.
HM?:VIU,eIN-c- ' Dnlverslty
BLOOD HOUNDS !
criminals. : s Kemember that don w ,ne uxiucatlonal System.
moat nave ciear scent of gnilty par-
ty to start with. All calls answered Academic Department.
J. J Wilson,
Dunn, N. C.
X Know One Sur Remedy
for aa obstinate cold. Its boom kPynr-Bslasjo.
Medicine, , .
Hon. John P. Jones, Gold HllLNev.
U. 8. Senator and mine owner.
Hon. James B. Grant, Denver, Colo.
Ex-Gov. of Colorado, of Grant A
Omaha Smelting Co.
Hon. R. P. Pettlgrew, BIoux Falls,
o. un u. o. Denator.
Hon. Willard Teller, Denver, Colo.
Attorney at Law.
C. Kean, Jr., Philadelphia,
Real Estate and Insurance.
John O. Montgomery, Denver, Colo.
Pres. Montgomery Investment Co.
John K. Fowler. C. X. McCvllea
POWIiER AND McCTJLLEM
Clinton, - - - n. C.
Will practice wherever services
are required. Special attention given
to collections. Office over O. J.
i&ignty -nve Scholars hi da. Vma
tuition to teachers and ministers'
sons. Loans for tha bamIv-
527 Students. 43 Instructor. WeU' FarK Co-' Bsoik,
New Dormitories. Water Works.
vvursu uuating oy stem.
JizU.OOO spent ln improvements ln
1900 and 1901.
Fall term begins September 9, 1801.
P. P. TENABLE, President,
CHAPEL BILL, N. C.
ji - - -
gv. Hath way treati exclusively. For 30 rears be ha confined his practice to this elan o
plaints to men and women, and the uniformity of his ernes has
won for him world-wide fame. Men who have lost youth's rlcor are
made strong and whole again by this thoroughly eonstttav
tional treatment of Dr. Hathawaya. ' No medicine with staple
mww cuoci can core yoa; yoa need a Ilium
wffl so to the foundation of your trouble and wipe It oat,
nerrouely and physically.
aSfornaof CfcronieDiaeaaee, tnctodmg VarleeeeJe,
BwoS rolsonbig. Kidney and Urinary Complaints,
cuiw oj xjt. tiainaws.yi rystera of treatment.
He win be glad to hare you write hla or ea! at hla office for 2ma
consnltatlon. eramlnaUon and adTtee, He wtn Mao send trm iCie.
paid ki a plain wrappee, hla new 64 page booslfannnea.VfeML
sv esxrron hatnaway, n. c
th Croad Ctreet,
Hon. Ashley W. Cole, Brooklys
Y., Chairman Board of State SaU-
Stilson Hntchlas, Waahlngtoa, D.C
Pnbllaher and mine owner.
Harry If. Gorham, Carson CltJt
Nsv. Pres. Bnlion Exchatc
Bank and Sapt. Comstock mlas.
Hon. Stephen W. Dorsey, N T. I
U. 8, Senator and miae owner.
Jerome B. LandSeld, Jrn Blnghaav
ton, W. Y. Director Blaghantos
J. B. Landneld, Jr- Secretary aad
63 Broedwar. New York.
Offer 200,000 Shires Trezswj St::k et 53X3 cr Skae.
The California Kins? Gold If Instsi (1aihm e-9i,n 1. Plea
cho Baaln,fonr miles from the Colorade Blver In California, and
mues oy direct road from Yuma, Arts. '
nri?.11 in Pf reea for tha last six yean,
A i0tj2ltt drlfu cnta have been com
pietea ana paid for by the owners. "
SrSHSiS?!!n. "Jf"0. na of ore are now ready tor the mill.
I TjiZlH? b0tmined Pen cats at a nominal coat.
A contract has been entered Into ter the erection of a mill d
SSSJtfSt!."1"0 ha?U1 L000 teis ofdnV, which wlfl Jt
completed thU year. The directors guarantee that Tads plant wiU
P5?hii1B2f?InlleS3 01 ooMoftrsasnrstiek snbecribed.
PfPjfv' commenclnj operations will exceed WOO a
S .'ti17 tl0. aonth, within a year.
T?i SSiSf 7 muchPt for more than forty years.
ir?i!E!ESSrlaaw,wdbyt2ie ctan. There Is no promote
f fZSS? J?0"- Ho edxrles to oCcers. Every dollar r
Not a?Sii? Ut0 lh r7 to pay tor the
Wot a share of stock has been oCared fox sale before.
JPj of J- BalstonlBeU, London ; Wra. A. Parish, Dearer ; Zar
In P JP11001 EerkelT. CaljJ.L, ChVperd and others,
A?lfJ&nma 131 maariendin, tSs property.
PPUon win be made to list stock oa tbe Boston ra Exchange
catto1"0 ny Information dcdrU will be fornUbed on appW
Subscriptions received by
THIS CAUrOIUIlA KKO GOLD XimC3 00 M DHOADT7AY, .
Kpra&DAXA,nfiUCEcctcx " .t
Pcto3, TJatt A Cccotsv U TJccd CU YVZZZ
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