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tHE CAUCAOIAH Pcrpat Polqts to Pcrchsscrs.
tUlei(B, N. 0., July 25,1901.
Entered at the Post Offic in Raleigb,
N. C, m iecond -class mail matter.
Twenty-two lnchta of rain have
fallen In Ralegh In the past two
and a htf rr.ont&s.
Tbe cak City Guards left for
tyrlghtsvllle Hand ay night, where
tbey will be fn camp for ten day.
exalte a fine lot of fruit waa
brought to Ralalgh Saturday by
Mr. J.u. Ogburn, of Myatts Mill,
Mr. George Gurganua, no Inmate
of tneSoldiera Home, died Sunday
afternoon. During the civil war he
wii a member of Company A. 41at
Mr. Ed. V. Denton, Saturday, re
ceived an alligator from 8t. Augus-
tlne, Fla., meaauring five and one
ball feet In length. He haa given
it to the authorltlea at Fallen Park
Hherlff McDowell, or Burke coun
ty, brought Tom Moaes, an escaped
convict, to the penitentiary Tues
day. Hee.capcd from the Anson
farm more than a year ago.
Major Martin waa taken to the
State farm at Tlllery yesterday,
where he la to aid In keeping the
books and in the shipping depart
ment of tbe mattress factory there.
Tbe Seaboard Air Line Railway
Saturday, paid into the atate trea
ury its property tax. Its property
was aeecssed at $8,683,861 33 and
tbe tax paid waa $21,709 65 ; of this
amount, 918,236.11 goes into the
itate fund proper and $3,473 54 to
tbe pension fund.
It Is stated the s rlke of the ma
cblnlst on tbo Seaboard Air Line la
at an end and the men will return
to work. But at the ahopa in
Raleigh tbere will not be work for
all tbe strikers, ai part of the work
has been moved from the Raleigh
shops to Hamlet since the strike
The Raleigh Observer says : Mr.
W. H. Lyon had on exhibition in
his store wUdow on Fatettovllle
street on Sundiy a belt worn in the
Battle of Manassas, or Bull Kan
forty years ago. He had It on In
fifty-eight battles. Mr. Lyon was a
member of Company I, Sixth North
Carolina Infantry, and was In the
tame company with Sheriff Page.
There was almost a cloud burst
about nine miles southwest of this
city Friday afternoon, doing much
damage. Bridges on Middle and
Swift creeks and their trlbutarlea
were either entirely washed away
ermuch Injured. The trestle of
tbe Raleigh and Cape Fear railroad
at Bteep Hill, where It passes over
Swift creek, was washed away and
tbe flood took considerable of the
track along with It.
T7e call the attention of onr
rs to the advertisement of Pescads
rairawy in another co'nma of
SI V!n . H U rtUIf fresh
lot of turnip seeds. He also carries
a complete line of drags and patent
medUlnns. It Is the mtu
store J oat around th ,2Z
HargettBt. Give him a call.
It will not be vey long before
the sportsman will be getting resdy
for the season and right now the
enterprising merchant Is getting
ready for the sportsman. This is
shown by a new anaoaneement in
this issue offering one of the bee
shot ftnns ever made for $4 85, and
offered In Raleigh. If the price of
this gun has ever been as low as
this anywhere else, nobody knows
it. ine raci mat it is carried by
the Julius Lewis Hardware Co. is a
ganrantee that it is a first class
article. If It were not, that bouse
would not handle it.
ItoTMM OflUar Aamtmaaad Md Oh of
tulr Naatbar BUla
Nashville, Tenn., July 20. Seven
revenue officers were ambushed
early today, supposedly by moon
shiners, about six miles from Mont
erey, in Putnam county. One man
was killed and one badly wounded.
A ponee of six, led by a deputy
collector, was creeping a steep hill
side above an Illicit still when they
received orders to throw up their
hands. They had barely located
the spearker when a deadly volley
from eight guns waa poured upon
tnem. Deputy Marshal, Thomas
Price was Instantly killed and poe
seman C. Mackey was badly wound
ed. The officers returned the fire,
but the moonshiners made the place
so hot that the collector and the
survivors retired ard carried Mackey
One moonshiner was heard moan
ing and calling to his friends that
he had been mortally wounded.
Collector Bell has gathered an
other posse and started out to re
cover the body of Price.
Week End Rates rla S. A. L. Railway.
Commencing Saturday Jnne 15,
and continuing until Saturday
September 28 h, the Seaboard Air
Line Hallway will sell week end
tickets from Raleigh, N. O., to the
following points :
Virginia Beach,. -Rutherford
Mt$ Business Director.
A newspaper whose columns over
flow with advertisements of bust-
neas men has more Influence in at
tracting attention to building up a
town than any other agency that
can be employed. People go where
there Is badness. Capital and labor
go where there to an enterpriaing
community. No power on earth la
so strong to build, up a town as
newspaper well patronixed, and its
power should be appreciated. T.
t&" The business hooaea named
below are establishments whose
methods of dealing may be relied
upon as the very beat known to the
IF.I V ru.il a. n. fikx.
ANTICEPH AL QINaV-Headache
and Neuralgia Cure.
BLAKJS, T. W. Watch Repairing
Bin DOERS, J no. E. A Co. Tai
lore and Haberdashers.
BROWN, H. J. Undertaker.
BISHOP. J. M.-Bieyele Rapalr.
BOYD FURNITURE CO., Re
novating old Furniture.
BEKWANQER, 8. A D. Clothiers.
CAPITAL PRINTING CO Printers
i:.B. CBOWkLL, ft Co. Trusses.
DOBBIN ft FERRALL Dry Qoods
FERBALL, J. B. ACo. Grocers.
uitEN, J. B. A Co. Grocers.
OIERSCH, R. F. Restaurant
HICKS' Uapudlne, 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. Pharmacist.
MANHATTAN Life Insurance
Co. Gen. Agency.
MOORE, W. J. Groeer.
MANN, W. B., Groceries.
NORRlS, DR 8. P.-Dentist
PESCUD'S, JOHN S. Pharmacy.
RALEIGH Marble Works Mon
REAVIS J. H.- Cobbkr.
ROWLAND, D 8. Physician.
SIMPSON'S Eczema Care. Phar
STRONACH'S, W. C. Sons. Gro
WHITING Bros. Clothing.
WILLIAMS, A. ft Co. School
Am eitker the nride or baae of yomr
Ufa. If your teeth seed attention yo
will do well to eoBsast
DR. ft. P. NORRIS
at New York Deatal Aasosiatiom of
ass. Pnees are right and all work
teed. Iaterstats phone auo.
dleasaa B sliding. Coa-
Dr. D. S. Rouland,
Pfaytidsa tzi Surfcca.
Room 21 . Pullen Building
OQoe hoars, 9 to 10 : JO a. m. and
2:90 to 5 :30 p.m.
Bell 'Phone, No. 253.
RAXKIGIf, K. C. '
l mm mi
nac Yea Lc3t Your
If so get &SAVI8 to replaee IS
75 eeata. For
half soles. 75
Tot tackles soles 50 et ata. Cheap
tr rates gtvea oa ladle i aad eall
drsa shoes. AH work neatly doae
and guaranteed to give aaUataetloa.
J, D. Hearts,
Cor. afore& 4 Wilmington St,
R A LEIGH, H. O.
HOUSEHOLD ART, PRICELESS
HEIRLOOM 8 RE NOVATED
and repaired mads to last another
century, such as desks, chairs eto.
Advloe and estimates gladly given.
Order work a specialty.
C3TD minzi crown.
106 South Blount Street,
RALEIGH, N. t.
Prom Eyory Other Adverti? od in the Popcra Thla Wcoi.
It's dlCtroat U tta ortsta- dlSaveat U Its parpoaw difiawat ta its
ever eat before at asjch a
0 e4Salsnsie ss VmPSb
Bat you shall take the i
variety was ever sot before io at as!
u goods ever to the aeat theaw would
Buita that Have Boon
010, 012 and 013.50
The Flower of The Stock,
The qualities eoaclst of plain and fancy Chylous, Cn Imtr. a.
nerfseUy aa any custoca tailor ta the land could turn Ueau out,
.50, aad that guaraasos holds good now at f7.75.
as taullkaaly and toCt
at lift, CUA3 aavl
Buy Another Stray Hat.
Kow, your Uaae-sosne of ait atyUu la atosu yui.
aaj prlees la erury kat Tou take vor aaaLae'
OJQ"ID-3rO U -fciT EI Q1PJT
Doat mlaa the aptclal Trouaur values or oosao too Use for the Wash Bulls that go at hall artoi
One Pi ice Clothlera
DO YOU WANT
A COMPLETE LINE
S Quart Fountain Syringe, 3 hard
Rubber pipes, fully guaranteed.
C. B. CROW ELL CO.,
120 Fayetteville St.
Public Schcoi Hkflfe
ALMOST EVERYBODY DOES SOMETIME. SEND YOUR ORDERS
I To The
Capital Printing Company,
The "Hustling Printers" of the South.
QUICK WORK GOOD WORK PRETTY WORK.
RALEIGH, N. C.
W. B. MANN,
National Educational 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 vlalich-
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
Crawford va. Kllgo.
Mr. R. B. Crawford, a hardware
merchant of Winston Salem and
Dr. J. C. Kllgo, prealdent of Trinity
College had a "scrap ' on the South
ern train between Greensboro and
Burlington, Monday morning. Mr.
Crawford asked Mr. Kilgo about
some uncomplimentary remark he
had made abont his (Crawford's)
father. In the course of his re
marks It is stated that Mr. Kllgo
called Mr. Crawford a coward,
which Mr. Crawford took as an In
sult, and promptly resented it,
however there were no casualties
and very little damage was done.
be sold for all!
trains each Saturday for Sunday
forenoon trains, good returning not
later 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 will
be furnished at the Seaboard Air
Line Railway's up-town ticket
office, Yarborough House Building.
C. H Gattzs, C. P. A T. A.
Raleigh, N. O
International Christian Endeavor
Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, July
One first-class fare for round trip I
om all ooints: rate from Raleigh 332 SouU Wilmington Street,
ON EAST HARGETT STREET
- Beat Prices.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Lawn Mowers, Sewing Machines,
Guns, Rifles and Pistols. Prompt
and Skllfull work, most Reason-
J. M. BISHOP,
Tbo Public Schools arc nou op:olD3 ova
tho State, and uill need rappUa Ttc23
school books and snppllcso to bad at a
(SIKL Jdl8C0Il,lt t0 teach0f8 rod doalora fro
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMCN
AN INVITING AND PLEASANT
RK80KT. EVERYTHING IN SEAH
;wnaKWBMr ALFPED WILLIAMS & CO.
S16 Fsysttevllls Su, Balaigh, N. C.
B A TiTTiTGKEC, 1ST. O
BANQUETS AND DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
GOOD 0OE3E RECJEEDIES SiHlpSOll'S
Cures All Skin Diseases.
from all points ; rate from Raleigh
916 55, tlokets sold July 4, 5 and 6,
return limit July U. Extension of
the final limit may be obtained to
September 1st by depositing ticket
with Joint Agent at Cincinnati on
or before July lOfch, and on pay
ment of fee of fifty cents.
For further information write or
C. H. Gattis, C. T. & P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
H. S. Lbabd, T. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
W. H. King,
Julian E. Johnston,
B. B. Jerman,
Hon. E. C. Smith,
Prof. B. W. Kilgore,
ICapt. M.W. Page.
"King Quality" is Everything Bearing our LabsL
DR. SUDD'S 8 AR8 APARI LLA CORDIAL
Purines the Blood. Full Pint, 75 cents.
RALEIGH, N. C.
KING'S HEAD ACHE TABLETS;
Sample mailed on request. Regular boxes, 15c.
XING FLT KING.
Notice to Stockholders of N.C.BB Co.
A Diaaaee Killing Georgia Cotton.
Valdosta, Ga., July 18. V. A.
Orton, an assistant patrol of the De
partment of Agriculture, at Wash
ington, who has been here for a
week investigating a disease which
has been killing cotton, says the dis
ease is caused by fungus in the soil
which clogs the vessels in the stalk
and causes the plant to wilt. He
says when the fungus once gets in
to the soil it will live as long as
cotton is planted upon that soil.
Thesecond payment of the thirty- The Raleigh Market.
vtiMti Tk-nvtsil rfltwvrlahnri Ansa fn I O
aaaia us jaaaasua v avasy w aww
stockholders of the North Carolina
Agents for Chase A Sanborn's
Coffees and Teas.
Keeps Flies off Horses, 25 cents.
JT OTTTTSTOJST'S worm candy.
Mailed on reoelpt of price, 15 cents.
KING'S ANODYNE POROUS PLASTER, BEST PAIN PLASTER,
By Mall, 15 cents.
We carry a big Stock and give special attention to Mall Order busi
ness, we invite correspondence.
CURED TO STAY CURED? YEfL CTinrn m rtiy rtmrr
And that means CURED TO STAY CURED!
Sent by Hall for 25 cents.
Willira Sizpsca, ft:rn::bt. t!& H t
Railroad Company, three per cent,
on the said company, will be due
and payable at the office of said com
pany In Burlington, N. 0., August
Spsmokb B. Adams,
Secretary and Treas.
Richmond, Va., July 18. The
Prohibition State convention nomi
nated today the following ticket:
For Governor, O. C. Rucker, of Bed
ford; for Attorney General, A. S.
Lee, of Salem; for Lieutenant Gov
ernor, W. T. Bondick, of Accomack.
A platform vigorously denouncing
the liquor traffic, declaring in favor
of honest elections and against divis
ion of the public school fund was
CiLL THE Little Drug Store
AROUND THE OB NEE,
12 W. Hargett St., Balelgh, N. C.
New crop Turnip Seed receiving
John S. Pescud
Current Prices of Farm and Gar
TTht nrioes Quoted are paid to the
Cotton ; 8 to 8
The market continues stiff on all
farm products. Eggs and chickens very
scarce and in demand.
Eggs Fresh 11 to 18
Poultrv Live. food.
Chickens, old hens, larre.. . . 80 to 85
Small hens 85
Chickens, hens 25
Bams, N Carolina i to i
Hams, Virginia, 18 to 18
Hams, Sugaxcured, 18 to 16
iriah do ta toes. new. per dus. 00 so 10
Lard, per pound 9 to 10
Butter, per pound 16 to SO
New cabbasre per dozen 25 to 60
New tomatoes, per uozen iu to zu
Huckleberries per qt. 8 to 10
The Thousands Kitchen Bou
quet Highly Recommend
ed by Mrs. Rorer.
Wholesale and Prescription Druggists
RALEIGH, N. a
JNO. R. FERRALL.
JOSHUA B. HILL
ROLLER CHAMPION FLOUR.
HOLLO WAY'S BUTTER.
8. R. ElRRjEIBB & G..
Ready to Wear it TBbrs strj.
Tailor Hade Suite,
Silk aad WsuhhbU Klcii
Gordon A Dillworth's Table Delica
Wholesale and Retsll Grocers.
SSS ptVttsvills Strest.
Largest and best stock ol STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
in the aty.
Tho Largest and llost Select Steeds
nat KIU a Negro Near Barltmctoa.
Burlinrtoo, July 23. Walter Boone
a negro, dropped dead bers yesterday
afternoon at Ed 'league's. He bad
been threshios wheat, and it i sup
poaed that heat was the cause of tne
death, lie was a very industrious neg
General News Notes.
The themome er reached 128 degrees
in Kansas a few days ago. though it
was not the official themometer.
The British had a sharp fight with
the Boers July 81st, in which S of their
men were killed and 18 wounded.
"The Capitol Syndicate Company" a
big laud company io Texas has gone
iato the hands of a receiver. Their
property was estimated at f 10,000,000.
Got. Chas H. Allen has resigned as
governor of Porto ico aod it is stated
Win. H Hun, the present secretary of
the province, will bs appointed Gover
nor, upon the retirement of Gov. Allen.
NOTICE OF SEIZURE
Notice is hereby given of seiiure of
the following property for violation of
the internal revenue laws of the United
. -vt it t r ini on 10AI
four jugs 10 gallons corn whiskey of
At GreenvMe, N. C, May 7, 1901, 20
gallons corn whiskey of Jesse Stokes.
At Pocomoke, N. C.. May 14, 1901, 8
kegs 20 gallons corn whiskey of Rubt.
At Hali'ax, N C , May 18, 1901, 712
gallons corn whiskey, one 25 horse
nower enrine. one 80 horse boiler, 80
feet shafting, 78 feetbel ing, one wood
en still, one grist mill and fixtures, 60
feet piping, on woo'en doubler, one
mask k el, one beer wll, four ferment-
ers. two cisterns, one piatxorm
scale, of R. H. Daniel.
At Benson, N O, May 24, 1901, two
jags corn whiskey 8 gallons, of J. H.
At Hoffman. N. C, June 21, 1901, 22
gallons corn whiskey of D. T.Thomp
son. At Hoffman, N. C , July 1, 1901, 13
barrels corn whiskey 689 8 gallon, dis
tiller nremises No 8786. 1 copper s iu
1 copper doubl-r, 2 caps, 1 w rm, 4 fer-
menters, a misn iuo, s oianevaa, w u.
st Seven Spriogs, N. C, June 29,
1901, 4 packages 228.1 g lloos corn
whiskey, one 90 gallon still and can, 2
opper worms aad tubs, copper fittings
to condenor, 1 wooden coudensor, 3
cisterns, 4 fermenters, 2 mash tubs, 8
sections of iron and copper pipes, of
At Pocomoke, N. C, Jaly 11, 1901.
1 mule, buggy and harness, 2 jugs, 1
tin 7 gallons corn whiskey, 1 lap robe,
of James Denton.
PersoQS claiming tho above property
will file their claims with me in my
No better or more advanced
School for girls. Lesehetlsky
System of MUSIO.
It will pay you to ask Catalogue.
JAS. DINWIDDIE, M. A.
RALEIUB, N. C.
Is it not strange that the Popu
lista of the county of Sampson
under a Democratic School Board
could not have a man appointed
school trustee In a single township,
and under a Populist Board of Edu
cation the Democrats were recog
nised in every township in the
county. We are not so selfish as to
carry oat fully the idea, "To t&e
victors belong the spoils. But
you know the majority of oar
chool board live in another county
amVfltft 1 at VA A AAtM A WAWSi Tva wm. aMa
Swn herTandTha "haVa office within thirty day. ..required by
o foot tie Wilandf eoara7 it w
would not do for them, "Democrats UM "oSSlfiS.-
ney are, to appoint a Popaltst I B, j P. h. Adams, Deputy Collector,
- - . Raieign,a.u.
The Original HEADACHE
and NEURALGIA CUBE;
SAIIS? - ABB - BBT
26 and 60 oents a bottle
For Sale by all Druggiata. ,
WATCHES ABB JEELBT,
High class Goods. Lowest prices.
My Clocks are reliable any style.
The little intermittent alarm clock
is a sore worker. Every home
D::3 ll::3stly ai
. I a.- . -mm m www I
Ilnl010n I armO ViAPsfQ Ifvou are thinking of purchasing!
MalUUlftU lauiuiu uviuui. w. or witch-charm or other I
a " a
Jewelry, come to see me.
Local Inspector for S. A. L.
Age vw Lwrunw
AT L0T7XBT FHICX3.
Come to BileiRh and b fitted. Uo
any attenuona to runner perfect tne fit
fob DRUGS OF BEST STANDARD.
fob TOILET ARTICLES OF TASTE.
For Soaps of Sweet and Dainty Perfume.
For Fresh and Prolific Garden and Flower
; POLITE H
See Here EJ017.
If a man's in Lovx, that's his
If a girl's in Love, that's her
If they marry and want Gkooxb-
itts, that's OUB BUSINESS.
A. N. Jones & Co,
Cor. Fayetteville A Davie Street.
JOEId E. DRIEGEnS G (SO,
Oo ooeoooooeo oa
Latest Styles In Neckwesu-, CoUars, CofDs avnd Shirts.
121 FATKriaviLLB STn RALEIGH, N. C.
fr m t
n. J. Brra toOi Hius.
BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM J Q.Q Q 7 J fj Q Q.
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. '
No. 9. East Hargett Street, RALEIGH, N. G.
The Mao With the Ax
CEEDS CUTTIES TUT Uill ITlfLI
MONUMENTS Send for Catalogue.
C00PEB BEOa, Proprietors,
JOHN W-BROWN.PROPRIETOR I
FUHEIUL Circstcr ci lx:tiUr,
aOT, 209 and 211
SOUTH : SALISBURY STREET
BALEiaH, If, G.
This Is the kind
ll&ke a Specialty of, at Fopalar Friesa. Uctfn and Box's
Chsta, 75c, 01.00 01. OLIO,
are la right ctylo aad
not rip bat wt
They are Bade
for oa, therefore we
aatee every pair taa
not give nfr'iUn, aad
caa bay theca
where they are bomght of
jobhsta, ae we save 4he
serrlei Is tit, tbe prise
Is right (hone are thai
then aad eoaii
DANIEL ALLEN Lr3D MCI POT.
BY' THE GROCER. TIIGIICST CAttH PEICC3 PAID, OS
FBX3H COA0TED PEANUTS All 1 be Tics, rive Ccsti per Qrsrt.
1C3 Eaxt nexscta Cireet,
Jaly II, 1S01.
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