THE OAUCAOlAfJ Incrw lwione.
N. 0.. July 18,1901.
Kntred at tbe Pot Office in Ralelfb,
N. C, m cond-cU mall matter.
Jollai Ilervy, the old soldier who
wnlercd away from tbe 8oldlete
Home eome days ago, haa reappear
mi at tbe Home. He said he had
bn visiting his aifter In Clinton.
The July term of tbe Wake 8a-
the dropping of 38,082 names from .
the penaion rolls through the deah !
of that Dumber of pensioners dnr.l
Ing the fiscal year ended Jane 30,1
there was a net Inert ata of 4ansl
names to the rolls by the gran tin
of new pensions, and the nrmber
of names carried on the rolls Jane
30, was 997 83 There was an In
creaae of 2 273 In the number of
pensioners who died during the
year as compared with the record
of he prevloaa fiscal year. The total
xpenditnres on account of dob.
sloos and administration was $138..
perior Court adjourned for the term 63M4, being an Ucresse of C9,353
Saturday afternoon. Tyson, who over, the dUbarsemenU of the
wm indietsd for bigamy and obtain
ing insurance money under false
prntecse, was sentenced to the peni
tentiary for ten years.
The number of claims filed with
tbe Pension Bureau on account of
disabilities Incurred in tbe Spanish
American war up to Jane 30 aerre-
kbiot i,xu, or wmcn .use were
Mr. Urria E. Nichols, of Raleigh.
who served as sergeant in Company I granted and 7,009 were rejected.
C. Forty-third united states Infan
try, in tbe Philippines arrived hom
Friday. His regiment saw exciting
erfice and had in all three hundred
We call the attention of our read
ers to the fact that Messrs. S. & D.I
Herwanger, who arecarylnga large
advertisement In this paper, change
their advertisement every Issue
and If you wish to keep up with
tbe bargains they are offering you
will hare to watch .their ad tach
week. They are now offering their
summer ciothlngat greatly reduced
C. 0. Wilbon, of West Durham,
was killed on the track of the
Hon them railway between Cary
and Morrisvllle Sunday morning
about nine o'clock. He was lying
on tbe track with his head on the
rail when he was struck by the
train. It is supposed he became
tired and sat down by the track to
rest and fell asleep. A nak cong
talnine whiskey was round on his
Non-Ualoo Machinist Badly
Colombia. 8. O , July 16. Tester,
day afternoon three of the non
onion men who have taken the
places in the Southern Railway
machine shops made vacant by the
striken, were attacked while re
turning home by six men, three of
whom were strikers. The names
of the non union men are Edgar
Marshall. T. X. Altman and the
latter's brother. E X. Altman Is
In bed and Is thought to be badly
hurt Internally. He was felled to
the ground by a brick bat and then
kicked. The other two men were
struck In the faces by their assail
mats and knocked down. Peace
warrants have been issued for the
arrest of two of the attacking party,
J. W. Wood and Tom Greene.
Two t hlldreo Drowned la Small Creek
Two children were drowned in a
small creek North of Raleigh Bun
day afternoon. They were Bertha
Emery, age i years and Willie
Kmery, age f years, the children of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emery. They
were crossing by a footlog when
they fell Into the river and were
drowned. The bodies were found
washed ashore a few hundred yards
down the stream.
Annual 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 July 1901
Stockholders can get tickets to at
tend the meeting with their immedi
ate families by applying to the Sec
retary at Burlington, N. C.
Spjinccr B. Adams,
DAMACINC RAINS AT SOUTHERN PINES
Seaboard Track t Washed Out at Aberdeen-
Fruit Damaged Considerably .
Southern Pines, N. C , July 16
From 8 o'clock last night to 8 o'
clock this morning eight Inches of
r&in fell here. Lake Lauderdale
dam was washed away, and the ap
proaches to Plney Woods Inn are
now ono yawning gulf.
Tbe rush of water through Jim
town did great damage to stock
and chickens. One horse In attempt
ing to swim the swollen creek was
drowned, and I. C. Edgenon, the
owner saved himself by swinging
to the bridge.
The streets of the town here are
badly washed. All north bound
trains are thirteen hours late. At
Aberdeen the Seaboard Air Line
tracks are washed out and no trains
are able to pass. The Aberdeen
and Kockflsh railroad Is badly
washed. No trains have run for
two days. Fruit was damaged con
siderably, but enough la left to
realize good profits.
Week Knd Rate via S. A. L. Hallway.
Commencing Saturday June 15,
and continuing until Saturday
SeDtember 28 h. the Seaboard Air
Line Railway will sell week end
tickets from Raleigh, N. 0., to the
following points :
tickets to be
trains each Saturday
N.C. $7 80
N. C. 5 85
sold for all
forenoon trains, good returning not
later than Monday following date
of sale, with the exception of
Blowing Rock, N. C, to which point
tickets will be sold on Fridays and
Saturdays, good returning the fol
Tickets and all Information will
be furnished at the Seaboard Air
Line Railway's up-town ticket
office, Yarborough House Building.
C. H Gattib, U. F. T. A.
Raleigh, N. O
DISGUISED AS A WOMAN.
An Alleged Murder Poeec aa a School
Memphis, July 16. A sensation
has been caused at King's River,
Madison county, Arkansas, by the
arrest of Miss Jennie Sears, a young
teacher who has been employ
ed there for two years. Miss Sears
has turned out to be a man In dis
guise. He committed murder in
Texas several years ago, and since
has been posing as a woman. Sears
mads a beautiful girl, and the peo
ple of Madison county were astound
ed by the revelation. Several of
the young men of the county had
gotten, up a great rivalry on his
account. When arrested he had
$3,000 tn cash In his clothes He
will be taken to Texas at once.
Notice to Stockholder of K.C.BB 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 be due
and payable at the office of said com
pany in Burlington, N. C, August
SPENCIB 15. ADAMS,
Charbon's Death Rate.
Jackson, Miss., July 15. During
the first week or two of the charbon
epidemic in the Delta, more than
ninety per cent of the animals ef
fected died, but since a supply of
the virus for innoculatlon was pro
cured the death rate has been mater
ially reduced. Unfortunately the
disease is now spreading over all
the country, not only in the Delta,
but in the hills. Several cases were
reported today - In Rankin county,
the adjoining county to this, and
only a few miles north of Jackson
fiiTT AT T
UflUU THE lmtleUrug Utore
AROUND THE COflNER,
12 W. Hargett St., Raleigh, N. C.
New crop Turnip Seed receiving
John S. Pescud
Ralcigfe Easiness Director.
A newpDtber whose mlnmn(tTMw
now with advertisements of busi
ness wsn baa more Influence in at
tracting attention to building up a
town than any other 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 la
so strong to build up a town as a
newspaper well patronized, and its
power should be appreciated. T.
ttf The business houses named
below are establishments whose
methods of dealing may be relied
upon as the very best known to the
ALbEtff, Daniel & Co. 8hoes.
ANTICEPH AL QINE-Hoadache
and Neuralgia Cure.
BLAKE, T. W. Watch Repairing
BRIDGERS, Jno. E. A Co. Tai
lors and Haberdashers.
BROWN, H. J. Undertaker.
BISHOP, J. M.-Bicycle Repair
BOYD FURNITURE CO., Re
novating old Furniture.
BE KW ANGER, 8. ft D. Clothiers.
CAPITAL PRINTING CO Printers
U.B. CROW JILL, ft CU. Trusses,
DOBBIN ft FEURALL Dry Goods
FERRALL, J. B, ft Co. Grocers.
GREEN, J. B. ft Co. Grocers.
GIERSCH, R. F. Restaurant
HICKS' Canudlne. Headache and
A N, JONES ft CO Groceries.
KING, W. H. Drug Co. Whole
sale and Retail Druggists.
LEWIS, Julius, Hardware Co.-
McGEACHY, A. S. Pharmac'st.
MANHATTAN Life Insurance
Co. Gen. Agency.
MOORE, W. J. Grocer.
MANN, W. B., Groceries.
NORRlS, DR S. P. Dentist
PESCUD'S, JOHN S. Pharmacy.
RALEIGH Marble Works Mon
RE AVIS J. H.- Cobbler.
ROWLAND, D 8 Physician.
SIMPSON'S Eczema Cure. Phar
STRONACH'S, W. C. 8ons. Gro
WHITING Bros. Clothing.
WILLIAMS, A. ft Co. School
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
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 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. ft P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. S. Leard, T. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
The Raleigh Market.
Current Prices of Farm and Gar
fThe prices quoted are paid to the
Cotton 8 to 8
The market continues stiff on all
farm products. Eggs and cbiokens very
scaroe ana in aemana.
Eggs Fresh .11 to 1S
Poultry Liive. srooa.
Chickens, old bens, large,. . . 80 to 85
Small hens. 26
Chickens, hens 25
Hams, N Carolina i to is
Hams, Virginia, 13 to 16
Hams, Sugarcured, IS to IS
Irish notatoes. new. per bus. 50 to 76
Lard, per pound 9 to 10
Butter, per pound 16 to 20
Newcabbaare per dozen 25 to 60
New tomatoes, per aozen itww
Huckleberries per qt 8, to 10
i Sweat Away la Alamance Co.
Burlington, N. C, July 15. The
rains here Saturday were very severe
Three bridges over Stony Creek are
gone. The dam at Swepsonville
was broken. Haw river was over
the bridge at Haw River station.
All the low grounds were flooded,
and the corn crop Is very much
S 180,000 Fir la New Orleans.
New Orleans, July 16. The Gard
ner Motor Works were struck by
lightning last night and destroyed.
The-lorn on the building, machin
ery and stock Is about $150,000.
There had been a strike of ma
chinists at the Gardner factory for
over a month and Superintendent
uardner was recently beaten
f Prof. Holme, aa Exposition Juror,
Buffalo! July 16. The jury on
mines and mining for the Pan
American Exposition wa named
to-day. Prof J. A. Holmes, State
Geologist of North Carolina, Is one
of the five persons named.
37 Batldlns B armed a Pinner' Point
Norfolk. July 17. Fire broke out
at Pinner's Point this (Wednesday)
morning at 1 o'clock and destroyed
2 aiLlwelllflgf . causing a loss
of $10,000 or $15,000. No casualties
NOTICE OF SEIZURE.
Notice in hereby given of seizure of
the following property for violation of
tbe internal revenue laws of the United
At Norlina. N. C April 20, 1901
four jugs 10 gallons" corn whiskey
At Greenville. N. C . M av 7, 1901, 20
arallons corn whiskey ofv Jesse Stokes.
At Pocomoke. N. C. UtT U. 1901, S
kegs 20 gallons corn vbU;y of Robt
At Halifax, N C , Hay 1$, 1901, 712
gallons corn whiskey, one 25 horse
Dower enaine. one 80 horse boiler, 80
feet lhaftinf .78 feet belting, one wood
en still, one srist mill and fixtures, 60
feet piping, on woo 'en aoumer, one
mask k.el, one beer wll, four ferment-
ers, two cisterns, one piatrorm
scale, of It. H. Daniel.
At Benson. N. C. May 24. 1901, two
lusrs corn whisker 8 gallons, of J. H.
At Huffman. N. C, June 21, 1901, 22
gallons corn wniskey oi D. F.Tnomp-on.
At Huffman, N. C , July 1. 1901, 13
barrels corn whiskey 689 8 gallons, dis
tillery premises No 3786. 1 coppers ill,
1 copper doubler, 2 caps, 1 w rm, 4 fer
menters, 3 mish tubs, 2 cisterns, of u.
At Seven Springs, N. C, Tune 29,
1901. 5 packasres 228.1 gllons corn
whiskey, one 90 gallon still and cap, 2
copper worms and tubs, copper fittings
to condensor, 1 wooden condenser, S
cisterns, 4 fcrmenters, 2 mash tubs, 3
sections of iron and copper pipes, of
W. R Grantbam.
At Pocomoke, N. O, July 11, 1901,
1 mule, buggy and harness, 2 jugs. 1
tin 7 gallons corn whiskey, 1 lap robe,
of James Denton.
Persons claiming the above properly
will Ills their claims with me in my
nfflM within thirty days as required by
law. nr she same will be forfeited to
the use of the United States. -
k. C. Duncan, uouector.
By J. P. H. Apams, Deputy Collector,
, . Baleigh, H. C,
July 18, 1801. "
No better or more advanced
School for girls. Leachetlzky
It will pay you to ask Catalogue.
J AS. DINWIDDIE, M. A.
BALEIUB, M. C.
Are eithsr the pride or baas of voar
life. I f voar tee! a need attention von
wm do weu to eomsait
at New York Dental Association of
flee. Prises are right and all work
mrantsed. Interstate 'phone 308.
uaes. uoilea an Halidivg. Cob
Dr. D. S. Rouland,
Pbytid&a tsA Surgeon.
Room 21 . Pullan BuUdinar.
Ofilce hours, 9 to 10 :30 a. m. and
2:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Bell 'Phone, No. 253.
RAXEIGII, X. O.
A COMPLETE LINE
2 Quart Fountain Syringe, S hard
Rubber pipes, fully guaranteed.
C. B. CROW ELL & CO.,
120 Fayettevllle St.
Melon tot Year
If so get EEAVI8 to replaee It
BUOE3 re-aeelsd and half-toled.
owed, 9100. Half soled, avww
75 cent. For tacking heals an
half soles, 75 ceeta.
For tacking soles 50 et ata. Caeap-
er rata given oa ladle t aad chil
dren shoes. All work neatly doae
and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
J. B. ReiYis,
Cor. If organ A Wilmington St.
HOU8BHOLD ART, PRICELESS
HEIRLOOMS' B NOVATED
and repaired made to last another
century, such as desks, chairs etc
Advice and estimates gladly given.
Order work a specialty.
- eotd FunnunE OZ? If.
106 South Blount 8treet,
Finance), bet ytw aavevoar chele ef all Ue faacy aad pUla TTm iislixnliij jjT slat
ill JloaoVrSr10 go oew tat
city ; at ear closing oi prices Uy are real bargain. .
All Neccecsary Alterations Free. Special Trouser Values.
$1 50 for pants worth tlX 12 50 for pasts wonk U 50 to ft 00. tM 00 to peat worth 4 1 a 5o
It s the BBAnafactarsrs loss, sot ours. Tos are tae gainer by oar esUaordlaary parcaaeaj Uls late la
the sasoa. Come as early as possible for your else.
Great many Specials in Furnishings. See our Window Display
If you wast one or two of oar Whit aad fancy trash Vests yes eas have taess la yeor
them they kelp along la making pleasant caaages la drees dsrlag Ue saevoa II to tX
One Prico Clothiers
B0 YOU WANT
ALMOST EVERYBODY DOES SOMETIME. SEND YOUR ORDERS
Capital Printing Company,
The Hustling Printers" of the South.
QUICK WORKGOOD WORK PRETTY WORK.
RALEIGH, N. C.
W. B MANN
ON EAST HARGETT STREET
RALEIGH, N. C.
Lawn Mowers, Sewing Machines,
Guns, Rifles and Pistols. Prompt
and Skllfnll work, most Reason-
ble Prices. ,
J. M. BISHOP,
332 South Wilmington Street,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
AN INVITING AND PLEASANT
RfiSOHT. EVERYTHING IN SEA
The Public Schools are nou opsnln ow
too State, and uill ncsd supplies. Tto
school boots and snpplios!!cao ba bad at a
discount to teachers and doalors frnn
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO..
210 FayettoTllls St., Raleigh, N.O.
BANQUETS AND DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
"King Quality" Is Everything Bearing our Label.
DR. BUDD'S SAR8APARI LLA CORDIAL
W. H. King,
Julian E. Johnston,
B. S. Jerman,
! Hon. E. C. Smith,
Prof. B. W. Kllgore,
ICapt. M.W. Page.
Purifies the Blood. Pull Pint, 75 cents.
KING'S HEADACHE TABLETS;
Sample mailed on request. Regular boxes, 25c.
KING'S FLY KING.
Keeps Files off Horses, 25 cents.
crosnsrsTOisr's worm candy,
Mailed on receipt of price, 15 cents.
KING'S ANODYNE POROUS PLASTER, BEST PAIN PLASTLB,
By Mall, 15 cents.
We carry a big Stock and give special attention to Mall Order bust-
ness. we invite correspondence.
Cures All Skin Diseases.
CURED TO STAY CURED? YEH CITUEn TO HTiY t-umviu
And that means CURED TO STAY CURED!
Sent by Mall for 25 cents.
7illi:a Sicpsos, Fhjrasrist, E$, D. C.
Agents for Chase & Sanborn's
Coffees and Teas.
The Thousands Kitchen Boo
quet Highly Recommend
ed by Mrs. Borer.
Wholesale and Prescription Druggists
RALEIGH, N. C.
JNO. R. FERRALL.
JOSHUA B. HILL
ROLLER CHAMPION FLOUR.
Gordon A Dlllworth's Table Delica
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
SBS ptrttvill Street.
Largest and best stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
in the city.
Oce Here How.
511 l T A. I A.. 1 a -
If a girl's in Love, that's her
If they marry and want Gbocxb-
nes, that's our businkss.
A. Jones & Co,
Cor. Fayettevllle A Davie Street.
RALEIGH, N. C.
The Original HEADACHE
and NEURALGIA CURE.
safes; - illS - BEST
S5 and 50 cents a bottle
For Bale by all Druggists.
fob DRUGS OP BEST STANDARD.
fob TOILET ARTICLES OP TASTE.
For Soaps of Sweet and Dainty Perfume.
For Fresh and Proline Garden and Flower
RALEIGH, N. C.
Raleigh Llarble Works
Shipments made to
any part of the state at
,. v ... .
same pries as at shop.
UrltJ te? Oatxltjas. wC3
WATCHES A1ID JEWELRY,
High class Goods. Lowest prices.
My Clocks are reliable any style.
The little intermittent alarm clock
is a sure worker. Every home
Repairing Do:s Hcsestly
If you are thinking of purchasing
a Watch or watch-charm or other
Jewelry, come to see me.
Local Inspector for 8. A. L.
JOEID E. G (50,
Latest Styles In Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs and Shirts.
121 Fayxttkviix STn BALEIGH, N. C.
Public Schcol Ecote
co-h:, 1st. o
Ready to Wear
Tailor C3adG Sous,
Shirt Oaicts, Silk and WulubU Klnib
Largest and Ilost Select Stocks
AT L0T7T3T FIUCEH
Come to Baleigh and be fitted. Ho extra
any attentions to runner perfect the fit ZZall
BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM J, Q.Q RULlJuCO-
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
No. 9. East Harcett Street, RALEIGH, N. C.
H. J. Bmi CsOi Hohb.
F UEIUL Dirc8t:r&:j Ech:fc:r,
. 207, 209 and 211
SOUTH SALISBURY STREET
' RALEIOIL N. C,
The Man With the Ax
HEEDS ClOEES TUT Kill UU!L
This Is the klhd
Make a Sreialty ot, at Popalar Price XIea,f and Boy'i
Bhst3,:76w 01.00 0U5 and 01.60. i ;
ars all new ; Usrsfors tasy
are is right style sad do
aotrlp tat wear belter.
They are oada etpedally
for ns, therefore we guar
antee erery pair that dose
not five satlafactloa, aad
sell thesn eaeaper than yea
can bay taea elsewhere
where they are sosjht ef
jobbers, as we sare the
middleman's profits. .
Tkelr style Is risks, their
service is right, tbe pries
Is right these are the J
things to consider. Em
them and eosntaos yomr
QALGICH . c
BT err?. THE GROCTL niGXICST CASH PRIC23 PAID, 02
FIlESn COAGTED PEANUTS All The Tics. IrfS Cctj tar Qsari.
isa nt ci St.;