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TUp" ft Alii") AHI ATJ ler IdK ever acbtr miserable lost for power, could de
I mum or uw. tuou v w w - - ;
t m4hIniF like this: "We have ptible a ha the democracy of Nortd
PUBLISHED EVZRY TIIuRSDA Y I ,,. rniitim -htl-' fiarolinn In sUadlAC eoaoflor for the
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tSSSCaiPTIM tMIS. lout." Ari tny nope w maw mm
rmft .... ti.4Myell as effective for tbeIr P01!-
SUbfeaHbe. . . -
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BT TBS CAUCASIA IUB.CO.
Ho. t 11.
General Carr having unburdened
himself and the Newt and Observer
havlnsr riven vent to iU over
wrought feelings, the public way
now take it hands from Its face and
pursue the even tenor of its way.
Any person knowing of an anti
dote for that 'CaiT-feeling" should
communlcato with the editor of
the Newt and Observer.
""" ' "
log. Hence It la plain the "nigger"
1 not goiog out of politics If the
red shirt horde can keep him In, no
matter whether he votes or not. And
hunt no long as the nigger yellers"
can make their slogan effective, Just
vrna run "xwqew is out or I long will the government of the
politics! iHnuthern sUts be In the hands of
For something like a year there I the low order of men and looting
have been appearing In various pa- thugs that have control of the South
pers purported Interviews from I to-day.
Bout barn political demagogues In I It seems to many men who have
which they are quoted as saying that I the good of the state at heart. Instead
when the negro "gets out of" or I of purposes for looting It, that ef
ts "elln0iated from" politics, there I forte to draw the attention of the
will be or may be a new alignment I people to facts of Importance are
of parties In some of the Houthern well nigh hopeless. This Is so te
states, that there will be more In- cause of the limited criticism of the
dependence among legally accredit- wild extravagance and prostitution
ed" voters, and tbat they will vote! of power that are so rampant In
according to their Judgment and In-1 North Carolina to-day. It must be
cllnatlous etc., etc. I it is bound to be that ignorance of
A singular fact In connection with I what Is going on Is the only cause of
these Interviews Is that not a single I silence among the people. But as
man Interviewed has ever ezpreased I long as the tactics of the "nigger
his own Independence, and It Is easy 1 yellers" have any force and power,
to draw the conclusion that each I It will be well nigh useless to try to
and every one of theni will continue I bring the people to a realization o;
to do his bent to keep the negro In I facts. As long as that horde oi
politics as an issue, at least, for the! "nigger yellers" can get the consent
simple reason that their demagogical I of the people to blind themselves to I probable that American genius sup I good for everyone, but particularly
wii r u.iu.n In tt.aU nlu wn.m-l l.w nrimnnrtirua tiMh inrilvlfi. I TraA hv AmAriflui nanital mnv vpt I tor women. ine various wcu
leal irraft" or saleatlon. I ual and state, lust so lone will this I And a way of supplying
m , . -
As a matter of faet, since the na-1 state and some others be subjected to
Lvtiyil!s, Ky. Triastal On
elave. Knights Tees pier, Atgas- 27
31. uns taxi for tbe roend I up.
Tickets oa sal Aagast 21 t if 2 s.
Iimi d for rottirn larisc Lcotmlle
sbtll Hptoab r 2. with prrvUesro of
extension to 8cp leather 16 on deposit
of ticket with joist sgssi ui ptrj
mint of 50 earns.
8n Francisco. Cai Ksworth la-
trntioaal Con vt alios, J sly 18 21.
Vry low rates. Tickets oa saie
Joit 31 to 11th. Untiled for retsra
antil Aus-asi 31.
Coauoqaa, N. Y. Account Chat
aocoa Assembly. Tieiets on sate
Jojj 4th and 25th, oae and a third
lam tor the round trip, ticista limit
ed for thirty days frost data of sale.
i fifciii r 1 1 n v n i !.
The tnppmg feet the sparkling B.tltjB.i rjonT.Btlol. Jnl.2S.28.
eye the gracetul movement be- Qae fare lor the round irip. TiefcsU
1 ong not alone to the budding maiden. I eood going Jolj 224, 234 and 24th;
These graces axe the right ftyelgecd tetarniog Waring Chicago us-
dutv of every woman until the hair I ul J al j ou, with privilege of cxten
wniiens ana resrai aismiiv rcDiaces l iwu iw auhi n vu umi vi
hem. I " ltk jt agent and payment
. m m a
m,-. tMfUn. mt-xrAm Yir I OI OU COiS.
F030TSS riFTT TEARS
Zmm-tekJllnm whOe bthlag.
IfujTir atS5i wtSTiis, Sit
UmUmH; for Ww,;"
Sy-tteeaatsa aoWe. Sow j au rm
gists throogtoat the world.
a renn am.
SUS UrawUf la tk Ualtd StatM.
Whether we shall grow the thirty
to forty million dollars' worth of
raw silk which we are now Icq port
log depends more upon the question
of feasibility than that of possibility,
says O. P. Austin in Everybody's
Magazine. Bilk has been produced
In many of the states, even as far
north as New England, and as for
south as Florida; but for various
causes, cnieny laca oi experiences
and the competition of the cheap
labor of the Orient and Italy, it has
not been a financial success. The
application of the intelligence and
skill which have brought success in
other Ones of long-neglected Industry
may change all this The number
of silk manufacturing establishments
In the United States is increasing
every year, thirty-nine new plants
having been established in 1900
alone: and their product now- a-
mounts to over one hundred million I in the world which women may
I . . . i
HntUn nnnillv. Tt lei not im-1 relV UDOU TJOSltlveiV. rc-IU-Dl IS
vote to the care and education of
her dear ones. She should be a
comfort a cheer always.
Yet how many feel that they
have the strength to properly bal
ance the home ? The world is list
less, weary and morbid. Its blood
moves sluggishly and- is full pi irn
purities. It needs a kindling, in
vigorating tonic to set it afire 4t
THE ONE MEDICINE
tlonal troops were withdrawn from the burning shame, disgrace to
the Southern states after the so-called decency and reproach to Christianity
reconstruction," the negro has never that are now cursing and degrading
been In politics except to vote or tpllt.
think he was voting; and It Is a well
known fikt. that hla vntj hoa oranor. I THE FARMER. HIS FOES AND THE
ally been counted according to the
needs of the democratic demagogue.
Industries the forty million dollars'
worth of raw materials which these
From the West and Southwjefet
Unlooked for Complications.
Washington, July 19. John W.
Yerkes, Commissioner of Internal
jvenue, said this morning that
ider the Foraker act it is very pro
bable that new regulations will have
nesses which afflict their delicate or
ganism spring from inflammation or
catarrh of the mucous lininsr.and P-r-aa
Is a specific for catarrh in any organ of
the bodv. Aav congestion of a mucous
membrane simply means catarrh of lb
onran affected. This is why Pe-ra-na
rare all sorts of troubles where other
remedies fail. If there is a catarrhal
atfection the matter with you anywhere
Pe-ru-na will cure you. '
A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL.
'T av-Ti a V mm AYiflMYiA b 1 t.Vi nil crYi
tlonal Association. July 8-12. One
fare plus fz for the round trip
Tickets gcod goiog July 6th, 6th
aad 7tn, limited for return leaving
Detroit until July 15, with privilege
of extension to September 1 on de
posit of ticket with jeint agent and
payment of 50 cents.
Cincinnati. Ohio. United society
Chrutiaa Endeavor. July 6-10. One
a.t far the rouid trip. Tickets on
saieJalv 3d to 5th. limited tor re
i urn leaving Cincinnati uatilJarj
U itn privilege of extension to
i ci t 31 on deposit of tieket with
joi.t ageiit nnd payment of 50 cents
'For tickets and farther iarorma
tion appy to or address
ARTHUR U. LLWIS,
S. P. A. Balto. & Oaio B. B.
Uuder Atlantie Hotel Noifolk. Va.
IimHI'tj Ttat win mM
f TUB nli
Leaves no Bad EffectWhatever.
There ift something pleasant
and I ltS and &tf OaUat DnisxbJtar
RALXIQH, v ,
knr l thm WOrds
bo matter whether they are applied
to azistisg eonditioas, to eosse
period la the Jatar, or as a aame
to a boK or paper or aajiaiag.
Thsrs's xevsr aay disadraataga ia
haarin the words
A vary attractive as tataresiiac
aajraaias oae taai ww sifwmt
tatereat the lady members of
boasehold is aamsd H3ood Timea.-
Itis DabUsbed monthly aad is re
markable for the a am bar of time t
and rood thiasrs It eoataia. Tar
is an annoaaeemeat or taismsga
sine la this issue, and wt will keep
it before ins ptblle for the next
There is a way for aay one to get
tail publication six menus tree oi
share. The CauoasiAX will eead
It six months free to any old sub
scriber who will renew, and to any
new one who will subsenb daring
the month ef July.
Ton opportunity la worth taatag
605 and 504 Tucker Building,
RALEIQII, N. U.
'Practices In all State and Federal
to by !M If U iki
U 8R SPECIAL CASH OFFER, U fiR
O.OU HINQLE I1AHKKL 81IUT UUN8. V.OJ
Baa a detachable barrel, made of extra heavy decarbon
ised rolled eteol, carnally U pared choka-bored, aad has
a heavy lugeecutaly bo!texuaaliaaaTwwkey raataa
Ing. Case bardeae4 frame, top aetloa, rebouadlig lock,
centre hammer, dropped forged steal parta, flaaly check
ered pistol grip, eagtlah walaut stock, rubber butt plate,
aad fancy checkered fore end.
In finish aad detail, furnished la It gaaga 90 lack barrel.
If wanted with Automatic Ejector, aend oO oeata addttloaal
JUL10S LEWIS OiEDfABK COnPAHT.
HA LEIGH, N. a
Mr dogs have a record of seven
criminals. Remember tbat dogs
mast have clear scent of guilty par
ty to start with. All ealls answered
promptly. J. J. Wilson,
Dunn, ti. v.
With everv safeguard that could be 6011168 PPUlng news of the deetwe- " resum"VUH wi.xnave Jolnt ache-d and every nerve
llly!L!T" Jt?Jlfe ked with pain," writes C.
. . T . . . l'K 8UUU cw;- which are iiupunri w .Bellamy a locomotive fireman,
w.v, 4..-8, tea irom i-orro iviuo w uie uimeui0f BarllLgton, Iowa. ' I was weak
which tnoHe sections 01 uie country 1 bUtea. land pale, without any appetite and
hivA hMn HiirfAitMl. Nor indendl 4As matters stand now." said Mr. I all run down. As 1 was about-to
b.ourown8Ute.ndl.. nefchbon, Xeef!e.! P"?!1? ffi? "P'.LKfttVL
been free from the havoc which It I . T. . . well as I ever did in m v life." Weak
k- ,oTTni Hi alckly, run down people always
k., .v' WK.f Kf rZJTZJ rT,r .rX X Ualn new life, strength and vigor
is a iuD esavMv w mw mww astW saaau kiio w sxts7 w aaavaa van jr
drought have done fbr the crops of I tobacco, cigars, etc., from Porto
the West, a super-abundance ofrain to 'j16 Unitea are Ptff
r. their trade as coastwise vessels and
has accomplished for the farmers of QOt ve88ela enRaged In foreI?n
this section. In Kansas, Nebraska, tradet jt practically impossible to
Missouri and Iowa corn has been collect the revenue tax, as coastwise
nractinallv ruined, the hav abandon- vessels are not subjected to the in-
edand wheat so ereatlv affected Upection of customs officers.
that it Is likely to prove a total loss.
thrown around ihe franchise of the
negro, It would be as linpoHHlble for
him to "dominate" any Southern
state as it would be If he had no vote
at all. Knowing this, there have
been, and there are today, men who
have shown their political Independ
ence by opposing democratic dema
goguery without fear of Its "nigger
yelling" character or without fear of
the negpo In politics, and these men
have an unbounded contempt for
the political shyster who had no In
dependence because of his alleged
fear of the negro. No white man
who ever felt his actual superiority
to the African race who was con
vinced in his soul that the negro
was an Inferior being, has ever re
sorted to the degrading and debasing
practice of "nigger yelling." A man
with a genuine consciousness of
superiority easily perceives that such
a course does not put the negro any
lower than he really Is, and It is a
self-evident fact that the shyster
politician who cannot rise without
t a a BTfc s
If en and women of good address to I Rt.M a
ing agents, others for local work look-
vi ew ift.1 i nt.r..r. nm ..itrv
raaranteed Yearly: extra commissions I LITERA Y
and expenses; rapid advancement, old I CLASSICAL
established house, urana cnanoe for 1 SCIENTIFIC
m rm S mm maw 4y tklaaa. I
muoD aueaaa vi wutaaeaaa vu ewui v yicav
TIIE NORTH CAROLINA
Normal and Industrial College.
The heat has been unprecedented
both for intensity and long duration.
Streams are drylnsr up, and there
being almost no fodder, live-stock
Is dying or else being driven to the
market and sacrificed at any price.
In our own State cotton is far be
low the average, corn is a failure
Denounced Dead Cong-re aaman In his
At the funeral of the late Con
gressman, A. N. Martin, held yes
terday in the First Presbyterian
church, Rev. C. C. Miller, the pastor,
uttered remarks in the course of his
sermon that have created a sensation.
from their use. Try them. Satisfac
Fur sale by all druggists.
Woman Raids a Gambling- Den.
Leavenworth, Kan., July 21
Mrs. Mary . Dickens surpris d
half a dozen men in John Beachlbi's
policy snap here last night, and be
fore the latter recovered their com
posure, she smashed a policy wheel
with a hatchet. Her boys had
gambled in the place She threat
ens to smash all policy, shops in
tbe city unless the authorities shall
close them, .
akes short roads.
sb i-nd light loads.
Lood for everything
that runs on wheels.
Made by STANDARD Oil. CO.
ant. permanent position, liberal income
and future. New, brilliant lines. Write
23 Church St., Mew Haven, Conn
and other crops are seriously dam-1 During the service the widow and
aeed. The rainfall has been so ex-1 daughter asked to be taken from the
cessive that the earth has been wash-
the negro as a basis of his elevation
is not one bit higher than the neirro 10 kkes
can put him. He is only Just above The farmer has much to contend
the negro, and if the neirro should I mtiere nt to the artisan
suddenly be transported from the or to the Iftasional man that the
I skies are unpropltious or that the
Muauvt u vvuuu j aAoa? aaAaacA kxI v? a" I
ing shysters would naturally fall In- I0"1 warmth of the sun grows in
tha ri.v m.H x,.. k I to a torrent of fire. His business
wmi aavv smhuv voaveaaaw ktj vUv aAV7fe I
ro's removal. They would havel068 on J"8' tne 8ame 4he omy dif"
nothlug on God's earth to stand on, ftrence 10 hlm dement of
and would be bound to rest on the P88011 discomrort. Bui to the
level which the negro left. This in- ftrmer the t0 of sunshine and
despuUble fact accounts fhr th Inw the quantity of rain are component
order of men who are In control of of he rlak he mea
the government of the Southern Too much heat may be his undo
states to-day-that order to which m' ft pkthora of water may bring
TlUman. Simmons and other similar about His labors may be
characters who are unknown outside I Druht to naught because the ele-
their own states belong. The same ment8 not played friends with
condition accounts for the fact that hIm No "tter how fkithfhl his
the men of big brain and sterling work n0 mtter now ceaseless his
character In the Southern states can- toil if the sum and cloud8 conspire
not be leaders in noil Meal mattra aalnst him the earth wiU refuse to
They scorn to try to come to theyIeld ftom her hosom 1116 iful
front on such a low level, and they
despise the shysters who will take eeem t0 JU8Ufy
ed away and valleys transformed in- f -.id Mr. Miller. Tf Martin wonid
have been shot on the field of battle
than to have lived to lead the life
he did. He was in public office the
better portion of his life, and made
harvest which care and labor would
Yet withal the
farmer goes on his uncomplaining
way, hoping that next year fortune
will look more favorably upon him.
Perhaps the lesson thus taught by
the farmer to his discontented
brethren in other walks of life is
not the least of the benefits he
In these days there are no Lamars,
Hamptons, Herberts and Vances at
the head of Southern politics, and
under the nigger yelling" regime
such characters cannot come to the
front, fbr the reason that there is in
them an honor and respectability
which make it impossible for them
w mwop iow enougnior mat purpose. We rejoice In the fact that the
Those demagogues who are mouth- republican party has never yet got
ing about the time when the negro ten so low as to enact In any state
la ellmluted from politic kaow LLS,??
th.t Kh . Urn. 1. v mln(t If uT pyorthi piroTS
they can prevent it. They are un- people and is always willing fbr the
certain . of themselves as to actual people to express themselves at the
a . 1 SWI a
merit, and they cannot consent to al uox' xao "emocrais are a
U.Un which mordlty ,nd good ttS .1
chrb Involved. If they . onWoI eTecil daliriSSia
no cuwarus ana snysiers tney would I Citizen.
anow tneir sumina and Independence Whatever exceptions may be tat
uuuw mu vircumsuncs proviaea, I en to the statement that the Ro
of course, they had any. Even to-1 publican party "to .a party of the
day,when the negro is eliminated" I people and for the people." It
by grand-father clauses and such like nevertheless true and much to the
cowardly subterfuges, the man who credit of that party that it has never
ventures to show some independence become so degraded and recreant to
In the South Is immediately Jump- all ideas of political purity as to
ed ifton" by the "nigger yellers" place on the statute books of any
nJ m K . fill. - J A i m .... ...
vuuneu w me great- state under its control a Simmons
est lanjt which the aforesaid "nig-1 election law.
a at I
ger yaiers" can reach; and so long I The Chatham Cltixen has cause to
as tae nigger yelling" horde can, feel 'proud of this feature of republi
"" "wvuous ana raoid canlsm. At the same time it must
wiarchy, excite the people to blind- be apparent that no party of Ameri-
just so long mat horde wiU lean men, unless actuated by
- ' tt icuu yj yrnetu- lnsauate longing for oQce and
in one office f 100,000, but was sent
home for burial in a cheap pine
coffin furnished by the government.
His life has been a tragedy, and the
use of liquor has made it so,"
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR
('I would cough nearly all night
ong' writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate
of Alexandria, Ind., "and could
hardly get any sleep I had con
sumption so bad that if I walked
a block I would cough frightfully
and spit blood, but, when all other
medicines failed, three $2.00 bottles
of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly
cured me and I gained 58 pounds."
It's absolutely guaranteed to oure
Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Bron
chitis and all Throat and Lune
troubles. Price 50c and $1 00. Trial
Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cts
Now is the time to subscribe to I
the Caucasian. Only f 1.00 a year.
SAYS HE WAS TORTURED.
"I suffered suoh pain from corns
I could hardly walk," writes H
Robinson, Hillsborough, Ills , but
Bucklon's Arnica Salve completely
cumi them." Acts like magic on
sprains, bruises, cuts, sores, scalds,
burns, boils, ulcers. Perfect healer
of skin diseases and piles. Cure
guaranteed. Price 25c.
Sold by all druggists.
Agriculture, Engineering, Me
chanic Arts, and Cotton Manu
facturing; a comDination of the
ory and practice, of study and
manual training. Tuition $20 a
year Total expense, including
clothing and board. $125. Thirty
teachers. 302 students. Next Ma
rion begins September 4th.
I For catalogue address Geo. T.
Agriculture & UschacicArts
j RALEIGH, N. O.
Annual expanses $100 to $140, for bob mid at of
the State $100. Faculty of 80 memUra. Prattles
and Observation 8chool of about 2S0 puplla. Ts
secure board In the dormltortos all fne tultlos as
plications ahould b made before July 15ih. B.
sion opens September 19th.
Correspondence Invited from those destrier
A. A M A k
peens uacner ana svenograpjiara.
For Catalogue and other Information address
President C1IAKLE8 D. Mcl VKlt,
Craenaboro, N. i
Elkin Woolen Mills
and Famla Thrsaten the
London, Jnly 18. "Death and
famine threaten the Holy City,"
says the Jerusalem correspondent of
The Standard, in a communication
dated July 6, "on account of the
scanty water supply, due to the in
sufficient rains of last winter.
"The Sultan has granted permis
sion to the municipality to brine
water from the Pools of Solomon
through iron pipes into the city
along the line of Solomon's stone
aqueduct. The new works were be
gun today on telegraphic orders from
the Sultan, who contributes 6,000
lires. They will be flashed in two
Pimples, blotches and all other
troubles are cured by Hood's Sarsa
Holy I P&riiia tne most enecuve oi all
I Know One Snro Remedy
foraa obatiaate cold. Its name tePyay-Babam.
ft R. FARE PA10
Writ qalck to
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to B4 n
M CO O
H H CO
O H S5
tioa, Sooka aa4 Bear4
BELIEF IN SIX HOURS;
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
Disease relieved In six hours bv
"Nkw Great South Amibioan
Kidky Cues." It Is a great sur
prise on account of Its exceeding
promptness in relieving pain in mSTSTSt ZZTCSmi TSSKSSStSl
bladder, kidneys and back, in male I'V.1!" J? JTH. Laxlnarton. Ky,
or lemaie. iteueves retention of
water almost Immediately. If you
want quick relief and cure this is I
the remedy. Sold by Henry T.
Hicks, druggist, Raleigh, N. C.
If you want to exchango-your wool or have it manufactured lata
the best Blankets, Caesimeres. Jeans, Llnseya, flaanala and Yarns to bs
had in Amnriea. If An want that kaat mi1a mnA anna ii.tkU SU
jSgUsaKsiSt ting panti you ever wore If you want to trade with the cleverest
ul1&.?SStA.. yon ever had any dealings with, trv the KLEIN WOOLEN If ILLS std
aiTwrttr lHaiaay, wm mJL I yon will never regret Ik They have one of the largest mills la tt
!3SZSS'JSS SpQth. They ship their goods to nearly every 8tate la the Union, aad
TtiSr t.rLT""".r I the quality of their work la unexcelled.
-TuCl I Writ- them for their handsome new catalogue, aad do not dispose
mmm tmm aaik loi vnnr wnni nnu vnn iaa if.
CHATSAH m. CO., Fmerietin,
slum, n. a
A Strong Woman
School for boys and young men,
will begin its annual session Oct.
YAnn man Haall. - I
- B suvu uvsuk UJ IU MJ I . m m mm m. . -
school and pay in oart with wnrklLLAI IhlllNIA Kinrr finlrl Minoe fimntinv
may write tb us at once. Twentr-I w.v.,. i.aiasv vuiup-u
one are desired immediately; six
My wtf was slok tor
vorjrthlsg wlutoat raiiaz ah4 spent
moaay. My wua vnea win of Oaxdal i
Olty, Iowa, Ana;. 15, ISW
wtbmyoan. Wo triad
bottlaa ourod har.
kaowlnv aba vonl
tba hajharreat, Sao att
uo cook two more bottlaa.
abawoold kara So work haxS dorlM
iaT narraaa. - ---- -
bold dnMoa and ioadad aad aaloadad all tka
Nerve-racked, weary- and
heavy-eyed, the head that
seeks repose rinds only
ceasless tossing and fever
ish unrest. Strange fancies
vague . forbodings fill
the mind with harrowing
thoughts until morning
brings its rasping headache,
irritable temper, and loss of
appetite. Rest the nerves
build them up and
gentle, restful, refreshing
. sleep will be yours.
"My greatest trouble was aleepless-
a a waa anrou an
i's health i
offices whert l
Cardd a woman can do any rtasoaabk work
htaKhthat WfaiaofCardul brings ssakssawoa
terrtwa dcvasUttnc aajas i
bay. This saodlolno garo har atransta. For
awtaoovi. bnftstaM aha aas baoa ialdacWfeao
of Oardnl aha faala battar and atroiwiVan
wkaaasyaorago. JOS. A. TaaT-flW,
Hra. Ebcnhafcr had Med vcrythln dwlni
her thrcs years skaatss aad had spoaiconsid.
arabla money. She was weak aad coaM liardJy
fatTafcoa lor shrae years atfora she took
r.arWtaUnjflwVke of Cardui. she ess
work with her hatband at the Kay fkld. That
H nerd VortL bat K Is not as Intarioca Inn
Vetta aawCtelVase9 I
lorrarm wore, six for carpenter's I
woix, roar lor masonry and Dlaat-
I ering, four for painting and one or
two iar printing. For further par
clcnlara addreea Bev. Chas. E Tay
lor, Principal. Littleton, N. C.
32 Broadway and 69 2ew St New Tork.
JOHN P. JOKES, President.
1,000,000 SHARES -PAR VALUE, f5,00 EACIL
Hon. John P. Jones, Gold HULNev.
TT. R. KArialAP an1 mlna nmM
OF NORTH CAROLINA. I Hon. James B. Grant. Denver. Colo.
BXAior. ox uoiorado, of Grant A
Omaha Smelting Co.
( closely c
the aid of WWof
- TflE BEAD .
Of the SUte's Educational System.
Hon. B. F. Pettigrew, Slonx Falls,
o. un u. o. senator.
Hon. Wlllard Teller, Denver, Colo.
Attorney at law.
rm.'C. Kean. Jr Philadelnhla.
Pa. Real Estate and Insurance.
d enjoy e
vhjoroosln body aad
Eighty five Scholarshlpa. - Froel John O. tfontgomery, Denver, Cola
rres uonigomery Investment Co.
aeturaOv. Wise of Cardol rceuUtcs the disordered
kacorrtMcs,iainBgsf tne womb and periodical psjat at the head aad sack
caoscd by standing or altting; a lonj time la the same poetton. Thadford'a
Black-Draotht puts the boweb, stomach. Bver. Udncys and blood m aroear
shape. Greatly moreased strength and endorance b the netaral resalL
25 cent packsges ef ThedforftHscUfrwafcf.
i of nine of
a. a . . .
ramon to teachers and ministers
eona. Licans tor the needy.
527 Students. 43 Instructors.
New Dormitories. Water Works.
Central Heating System.
$120,000 spent in improvements In
1900 and 190L
Fall term begins September 9, lioL
F P. VENABLE, President,
CHAPEL BILL, N. a
Hon. Ashley W. Cole, Brooklyn ,N.
Chairman Board of State Rail
Bttlson Hatchlaa,T7aahlagton, D.C
Publisher and mine owner.
Harry XL Gorham, Caraoa City
Ksv. Prss. Ballon Ezchasg
Bank and Capt. Coiastock mla's.
Hon. Stephen W. Dorary, If T.
TJ. 8. Senator and mine owner.
Jerome B. Landlald, Jrn Elngaanv
ton, ZT. Y. IMreetoT Blaghamtoa
J. B. Lsadfleld, Jr. Secretary aad
and tlca. mmI
would toss aad roll for hoars. Had
no ambition md had to abandon
basinets. One bottle of Dr. Miles
Nervine pat me on my feet again,"
SnaOaT A, GlBSQM, Georgetown. Pis.
gives that sweet sleep . so
grateful to body and mind. ,
- SoldbydroeeiaUon naiantee.
Dr. Miles Uwlical Co, Elkhart, Ind.
40,000,000 for tbe Tyson Hetra.
Atlanta, Ga., July 18 An Aus-!
tralian fortune of $40,000,000 is to '
be divided among the heirs of the
late Josiah Tyson, residing in Geor
gia ana AiaDama. The firms of
Hoke Smith and H. C. Peeples Luve
communicated with , the wooer
authorities at Melbourne, and have
learned that information of the
inheritance received here is correct.
WOEKED 24 HOURS A DAY.
There's no rest for those tireleaa
little workers Dr. Klne'a Now
Life Pills Millions are always
busy, curing torpid liver, jaundice,
biliousness. fever and ague. They
banish sick headache, drive out
malaria. Never gripe or weaken.
Small, taste nice, work wonders.
Try them. 25 cents.
Sold all by rduggists.
finnan Its tion and adTlso (ran at
" T- r1"' awfee or nit fllsnese stona
wwnrn sane at seen and quickly brings abontatbTmwZI
pewna ew of erety jwtlo
satf orctTenphls basloeaa, nor dose ho nff t tjS?
bis Ufa from aaltrathi u. k. mnaneai or
drnce. ' msaaa
wtth an dentar of transmlttlns: tba
rrrsr. :'wwoBrenronMdlaenaaa a
gee4daaj ofyataabla yormarton wnlcb wObato
SkgSKjDSS SaSSj BfaTSn saMSnawlffSrfaflh aaBSSS n a. aaH
a C3WTOH HATMAWAV, 0. 0
i sr brans
"X th Broad fiteeck,
Wells. Fargo to Co.H Bank, 63 Broeulwarr. Xaw Tork.
Offer 200,000 Shares Trots cry St::k a $3X3 p to
rho ."ornJi15lD Gojd Mines Compaay owns 221aims in Pka
JtfV.1 beB 10 Progress for the last dzysan, sad
pleted and paid for by the owners.
YK?!f.ifi!f. "J?111 toM of or0 the mill,
all of which will be mined by open eats at a nominaleost.
mM?iiM,la?lle2?d lBtofor srsetlon of a mill aad
22iwihSi-CtP;?e lXX)tonsofora dally, which wiU b.
ri?JJf?J2Z dlr?f?ri kToarantso that this plant will b
tLS fSFZPStSSY1" 01 then"l of treasury stock snbseribsd.
The net profit after commencing operatlona will exosed tSOOOO a
iTslSt wmP.iwy. tlu a Vor.
T?i WJS 'SPf tot morathan forty ysara.
utl ZEZStl Wned dlrectora. There is ao promotloa
LetS f 0i-Every dillar rsaj
riTOSrfv JL?00 Inl tha tay to pay r the plast
Not a altara of stock has been offered for sal before.
reports of J. Balaton Bell, London; Wo. A. Farlxh. Denver: Kmar
aUemtnin? SKI JP"1' !&if.JSSZ oSS
AnS?wnnf,?Bl,l6e,rm' fre " "LOaZmg thUpropeny.
rSlJi 11 WP 08 stock on the Doston fock1cxchaag.
catioV lnlorEUltIO,l dsslrtd wiU bs fnralahed on app
8ubscrlplloiu received bv -
2J THO CALIFOBNIA KUIO GOLD MIKE3 00 SCSOADWAY, V.
WrinrB, Pw-ca ft Oa, IicaEsts IZUs. Plladlpkl-
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