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IVX BXRH, CEAYXI COUITT, I. C, TUISDAT, JUSI 24f l902.riRST SICTIOH.
NUMBER 24
nuEien.
Democratic Primaries la Wake
County and RaleigH.
Contract Let Tr Railroad tnu
Ritherfordtoa U AifcevIlK.
Federal Prisoners If sat
ft HelUsy Jnly . .
Interest!! Storj ,
. of Henry Wll-. ., ,
. ..' -'torn. ;
Raleigh, Jane 81. Last Monday
your correspondent tare the Brttnewi
of the building of a railway from Rutn
erfordton to Ashevllle and alio to Col-
. ambus, Polk county. George 7. Can Is,
formerly-of New York, bow of Balti
more, will build this road. His wife la a
North Carolinian and he become a resi
dent of this State This road will tra
verse the noted Hickory Nat Gap, at an
' average elevation of 800 feet above
Broad River. There will be very friend
ly relatione with the Seaboard Air-Line.
The motive power through Hickory Nat
Gap may be electricity. There is ample
water-power to generate this..;
The Democratic primaries for the
higher offices were held in this city and
county today. One of the most Inter
esting features waa the contest between
H. Q. Conner and Judge G. H. Brown
for the Judicial nomination. This
rather over-shadowed all the other ts-
sues. , "
Rev. A. MoCullen arrived here to lay
to preach the annual sermon tomorrow
before the Woman's Foreign Missionary
8. clety of the Methodist " Episcopal
chu rch in North Caroline . , ? , 7 .
The Slate Dental Society today closed
its three days session,' and elected offi
cers. .' ...... v
The si i federal prisoners
Whitevllle petition Judge
give them a holiday July 4.
in Jail at
Pnraell to
'. They j say
tuey want to celebrate the day,
Henry Wlflonwbo during President
Andrew Jackson's administration was a
mall carrier here, wasburled today by
the Masons. : He was for many years a
master car decorator la the Seaboard
Air-Line shops here. --For years he had
lived alone. He had $470 In gold hidden
In his house. Two months ago it. was
stolen. X t-
Gov. Aycock appoints 20 delegates, all
from the western part of the State, to
the annual convention of . the Inter
national Miners Association at Butte
Montana,
BallPlayers
As - well ' as everybody else, need
some' good liver medicine occasionally.
. BRADHAM'8 ANTI BILIOUS LIVER
PILLS "cleanse the liver, cool the blood
and ease the head," without griping or
danger, of salivation note this these
pills are purely vegetable and serve their
purpose as'well as If they contained
some Injurious mineral drug. Box of 86
for 85c13 doses. Mfg. and sold at
Bradham's Pharmacy.
THOSE BRIGHT TOTS.
A Batch of Funny Thing; Said hy
the Llttl- Ones.-
"I think the man In the moon must
be sick," said little Fred one dark
night.
"Why, dear?" asked his mother. -'"Cause,"
replied the youthful ob
server, ''he didn't light up tonight" , s-."
"IIow would you like to be president
of the United States, Johnnie?" asked
the visitor of a bright five-year-old. -.
"Well," replied the little fellow, "I
might take the Job after I get too old to
be n baseball pitcher."
- Small Tommie (rt dinner) Mamma,
' chuck me a piece of bread, will you?
' Mamma (shocked) Why, Tommie, Is
that the way to ask for it T .
; Small . Tommie Well then, please
chuck ine a. piece of bread, -. .
Little Nellie-Uncle Will' said the
' other day that he was as happy as a
lark. Do .you suppose a lark Is very
: happy? -.'.".,.; y
Little Robert I should say not. Why,
' I read In a book that a lark gets up be
. fore sunrise every morning. Chicago
News.
Th Unimportant Qnaatltr,
. "You have been-with that firm a long
time," sold the old school friend.
,. , "Xes," answered the man with the
patient expression of countenance.
"What's your position?".
"I'm an employee."
"But what is your official title?"
"I haven't any official title. It's like
this: .When the proprietor, wants some
thing done he tells the cashier, and the
cashier tells the bookkeeper, and the
' bookkeeper tells the assistant book
keeper, Hind the assistant bookkeeper
tells the chief clerk, and the chief
clerk tells me.". ' --', -.
"And what then?"
"Well 1 haven't anybody to toll, so I
have to go and do lt"-Washlngton
Star. ' ' . - ' .
Quit Satisfactory. -
"What do you think of my new shirt
waist, Cinreneu?" asked Arabella.
"There's somutljlng In It I like very
much," replied" Clarence, after a crit
ical Inspection.
"Oh, I'm so f!adl Whatlsitr
"1'ou." Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele-E-pph.
TELEGRAPHIC 1 BREVITIES.
All Europe was visited by a cold war
which was vtry severe la some parts of
thecoaitry. The crops were badly In
jured by the eold. - t
Maine Democrats nominated 8. W.
Gould for governor.
The coal striks has assumed a serious
condition la many ways. Violence has
been tssed In the mining town of Penn
sylvania and the mllltla la under orders
to answer a call should they be required.
The price of all kinds of fuel hu ad
vanced. : .... y '
The Aagustintea CoIIeee of BL
Thomas, at VQlanook, Pa, hu eon f erred
the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence
on Hon. G rover Cleveland. ; .
By a vote of 87 to the Senate adopts
the Panama canal route.- This course Is
184 miles shorter than the Nicaragua
canal and the cost of building It will be
13,000,000. lees than the Nicaragua eanal
which was preferred by many of the
Senators. The ultimate disposition of
the bill It uncertain. r
Two thousand Democrats gathered at
tbVTilden Club In New York city and
listened to speeches by Hons. Grover
Cleveland and David B. HULJThe meet
ing was enthusiastic and harmonious.
The railroads in Norfolk will build a
anion station there which will cost
about 1260,000.
INDUSTRIAL ; NORTH CAROLINA.
The Golden Belt Manufacturing Co't
cotton mill at Durham has added 8,416
spindles snd 140 looms to Its plant. It
now has a total of 640 looms and 24,418
spindles. The expense of the addition is
about 1120,000. . -
The People's ' Transportation '. and
Power Co., of High Point, has been In
eorporaled with a capital of $500,000.
1 he Rankin Coffin and Casket Co., at
High Point hu been incorporated with
a cepital of $20,000.
The Consumers Cotton Oil Co., of
Tarboro hu been Incorporated with
1100,000. The plant will consist of a
building 100x800 feet and will have a
capacity of 40 tons of otton seed oil
meal per day. ' ' , .
The Mutual Cotton Oil Co., of Tarboro
hu been granted a license to do busi
ness. The construction of the mill will
begin soon. The capital of the company
and the capacity of the mill have not yet
been fully decided. .
HcDufflce's Little Bine Liver Pill makes
blue people bright, cleanses the system
of all the deleterious and unhealthy mat
ter and makes a new person of yon. 25
cents at F. 8. Duffy's. '
; MERE MEN. -
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw la to
occupy the former home In Washing
ton of Commissioner of Pensions Ev-
Haify P. Krela of Baltimore has one
if the finest collections of theatrical
and musical celebrities' autographs In
this country. '
Colonel William F. Cody has given
to Captain Charles' Christy, an old
comrade In the early scouting days,
ranch of 100 acres on the Shoshone riv
er, near the national park, In .Wyo
ming. .
Russell B. Harrison, son Of the lata
President Harrison, intends to glvs
the government the burial plot of Wil
liam Henry Harrison at North Bend,
O., where ft statue to the old Indian
fighter Kill be erected.
- David McLean Parry of Indianapo
lis, president of the National Associa
tion of Manufacturers, was born on a
farm near Pittsburg. He rises at B:3Q
arm and is at his ofBtfe. desk ft quar
ter of 7 every morning. . - ; ' .
Leon, the fashionable batter of Par-
Is, is dead. r When ho took the. meas
urement of the head of a famous man,
he always took it In duplicate, thus
obtaining a collection of head shapes
of celebrities of great interest to phre
nologists, c. !. v.-.. ,' : t s f
Robert T. Baptist' ex-slave from Vlr.
glnla, who has given $1,000 to Booker
Washington for the endowment Of ft
Tuskegee scholarship, la an old man,
but still active. He is employed as ft
coachman by General Carpenter of
Neil Tork aj bis summer home, neat
Galway, Saratoga county, N. X. ,
.Mr. James Glalsher, the meteorolo
gist. Is ninety-three years of age. For
ty years ago he made one of the most
remarkable balloon ascensions on rec
ord. He was able to record ft height
of 23,000 feet before he became un
conscious. And the balloon probably
reached 35,000 feet before his compan
ion, Mr. Coxwell, managed to pull open
the valve.
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Sprfcj ' Fcr.T.
D'J you ever have a c: a cf ."Spring
Fever" 1 When It wu tLe W Jest work
In t". a v--"-' 1 to do s-ytLlng at all f TUt
was because your e. -Bern's machinery
was out of oi.' r and required overhaul
ing Er.AtllAirS LAXATIVE CHILL
TOXI'J Is t!;e tit of a sys'.-n
clow.-r and 'gen .:xl t: -.:c It enricl.es
t" 1 1.-" .1 sni e . I s V-T't I")
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FEW BERN GETS PRESIDENT.
Dr. J. K. Beaton, Elected Bud lortk
Careilia Dental Society. v Other '
'- : Officers. -' ". .
Special to JoarnaL
Bixnen, Jane ti. The North Car
Hae Dental Society adjourned kere to
day to meet salt Jane at Winston.;
It elected J.H. Benton of New Bern
President, J, R. Osborne and D. L,
James Tloe-Presidents, Martin Fleming,
of Raleigh, Secretary, R. it Morrow, of
Burlington, Treuarer, 7. L. Hunt, of
AaheTflh Essayist. 1 " .;
.The following were elected delegates
to the National Association.' E, J. Wat
kins, N. G." Carroll,' L S. Davis, P. M.
Edmonson, P. S. Horton, J. W. Hatcher
P. L. Hut, L S. Carr, J. R. Osborne, R.
M. Morrow. . - i :
Delegate to the National Association
of Dental examiners, R. H.Jones. . "
Members of the Bute examining board
8. P. HlUierd and T. M. Hunter. .
I r : $ioo REWARD;.',; - :
- Ashevllle. N. O-i Juno 19, 1902.
$100 reward will be paid by the under
signed to any one who will furnish In
formation leading to the recovery! of
three scrap-books filled with, clippings
and other printed matter, pertaining to
the . proposed Appalachian .; National
Forest Reserve. ;- .- !
These books were placed by Congress
man Moody's secretary on the mall box
In the Nattonal Hotel , In Washington,
May 8lh; each book being wrapped
separately and plainly addressed (under
frank of Hon. J. M. Moody) to Dr. O. P.
Ambler, Ashevllle, N. C. The books
have not arrived In Ashevllle, and after
the most thorough Investigation by the
postoffice authorities no trace hu been
found of the same. :"; .va. f
Bidcs containing several thousand
clippings, the books, also contained
records pertaining to the work done by
the Appalachian National Park Associa
tion. These records are of no Intrinsic
value to any one except those Interested
In the proposed Appalachian Forest Re
serve. Address either,
Hon. J. M. Moody, National Hotel,
: . Washington, D. V.
or Dr. O. P. Ambles, Secretary -
. A. N. P. Association,
w - r ' Ashevllle, N.C.
. , THE MARKETS.
The following quotations were recelv
ed by J. S. Latham fe Co, New Bern
N. 0.
- Chicago, June 28.
WHSi.fr- Open. High.' Low. Close
July.. 1 74i 72f ' 74J
Sept... 71f 72 71$ 72
CoBxr s Open. High. Low. Close
July ',..66 " 87 . 66 67
Rib . - ; Open. High. Low. Close
July;.. 10821 1000 1087 1000
8ept..,.vi- 1070 1080 1070 1080
"-. 1 Nsw York, Jane 23.
Cotton;
July..
Open. High. Low. Close
...3.63
JB.G7
8J
7.98
7.87
.8.51
8.21
7.94
7.84
8.57
8.29
Aug.
Sep.
Oct.
.8.24
7.94
,....,..7.84
7.96
7.86
; ' New Tork, June 23.
Stocks; - ' Open. High. Low. Close
Sugar...,;...... 1J6 126 " 1251 126
SoRy 861 -'86t
N.Y.C. ........ 156
U.S.8.., 88 88 .871 87
O. & O. 46i - m
Mo. P.......... 108 109 108 109
Atchlson.r.82 82 -83 83
Va. C.C 1 . 69
A. C. O ...
Amice. ...... m 14$
'59
15
8poti4.29.82. Sales 1,000 bales. -Futures,
June-July 4.49. Aug-Sept.
4.40. Sept-Oct 4.80.
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FORT
It BO RIFTS.
Same eek
Lest week .. lut year.
80,000 60,000
This weea. v " ' ' '
In sight 83,000 , 43,000
Bat. 15000 s- " V 13000
Mon. 5&00 10000
Tues. ' 19000
Wed. ... ,12000
Thurs. . : , 80C0
FrL - . . 8000
: ; . .. v . 69,000
Advices to J. E, Latham ft Co., yester
day: .'
' New York, June S3.
Everything firm especlalry provisions
and corn. Don't expect more than mod
erate advance In wheat.
Gso. W. Btoks.
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Saloon Keepers Association Meets
InRalelfnThls Weelc.
Oil Barslsg Esglie Orertsrsed.
Geversmest Bntletls Per
' Truckers. New Memorial
, Library. t Trlslty
College, Durham.
RaLiiaH, June 23. Commissioner of
Agriculture Patterson, State Chemist
Kilgore and Prof. W. F. Muscy left to
day for Wuhlngton, P. C, to attend the
national convention of holders of farm
ers institutes. ' ? "
Commissioner Patterson will also have
a conference with Secretary of Agricul
ture Wilson regarding the issue of specie,
trucking bulletins In future, .for the
benefit of the truck-growers. This Is a
new suggestion and a valuable one.
One of the big oil-burning locomotives
which passed here a day or two ago on
the way to the Southern taclflo R. R., is
'ditched" near Colon. It split a switch
and went over.
The latest arrival at Pollen Park here
is a very large wild cat, the special gift
of the "Carolina Brlghta" smoking to
bacco company of Wilson. T
The electrio power company .which
owns (he Buckhorn falls, on the Cape
Fear river, southwest of Raleigh, Is
building Its canal. As yet. only the earth
work is being done. ; '
"The new memorial library at . Trinity
College Is completed. A number of Ral
eteh men have been at work' there and
say It is the finest building in the State.
The Inter-State shoot at clay pigeons
ill take place here Wednesday and
Thursday, Many States will be repre
sented. Some of the best shots In North
Carolina will participate. There will
be 10 reeular events each day. . Much
money' is up in the way of purses. "
The State Liquor Dealers Association
meets here tomorrow, Wednesday and
Thursday. Its sessions will be of course
not open to the public. It Is said there
are now over 2500 members, though no
figures are given out. In 1891 it had 850
and since then bartenders, clerks distil
lers and wine makers have been taken
in. There will be 2 or 8 delegates from
each local association. All the cities,
towns and counties - are represented,
even If they are under "prohibition" or
'dispensary' laws. . The association will be
In politics support those who are friend
ly to its Interests. ' !j'
. The trustees of the Oxford Orphan
Asylum met at Durham this evening
and tomorrow go to Oxford, : It will be
St. John's Day and the General Lodge
of MuonsTmeets there. Superintendent
W. J. Hicks, who hu been quite sick, is
now better. Addition will be made u to
the sale of property-in Minneapolis, be
queathed to the orphanage. For this
property as offer Is made.
Farmers declare the cotton and corn
In this county are the best, in 10 years.
The size and color are notably good.
The State charters the Ashevllle Ma
sonic Baildlng " Co., capital $75,000,
which will build a templo there. It also
charters the Teachey's Brick and Tile
Company. ' .
Yesterday afternoon the largest negro
funeral ever seen here occurred. Bibb
Matthews, worth $25,000, died June 18.
The body was embalmed and will be
burled In September. It Is In a casket
of cedar and glass, so that out of It can
be seen from the top and sides.' This
casket was made by Matthews son-in-law,
A vault will be built for itl Until
then it will be at tbe undertakers to
which place' It wu taken. after the ser
vices at the church. " "
FACTS FROM FRANCE.
The automobile mailcart has "canght
on" In France and is gradually to onst
the horse driven vehicle. ; t
" The city of Rouen, France, has 210
establishments where washing and
Ironing are done by hand and not a sin
gle steam laundry.- ' ---,
In France neither medical men nor
pharmaceutical chemists have any le
gal right to receive a legacy from their
Datlenta or customers.
The French legislature recently voted
law prohibiting the use of saccharine
and all other artificial sweetening, with
the exception of such kindred sub
stances as are used tn pharmacies, . ,
No more second hand corks may be
sold In Paris, as the public health com
mittee has discovered that such arti
cles are being collected from all sorts
ot undesirable places by ragpickers
who after a more on less perfunctory
cleansing dispose of them to the oeal-
ers. .. . :.: :U ; -V1''
An Interesting bit of old Paris Is
doomed to disappear to make way for
ft huge building to be let out In flats.
No. 17 Rue Beautrellls, with Its gar
den, covered a portion of the former
cemetery of St Paul, where Rabelais,
Mollere's wife and the Man with the
Iron Mask were buried. - i
LESS WORRY. " '
Children will play and get over-heated
get their feet wet, erpose themselves In
dozens of ways, and you can't prevent
It. All von can do Is to keep them as
free from exposure as possible and al
ways have In the house a Cough Remedy
that can be depended upon. Anway's
Croup Byrup will fill every requirement,
It Is pnaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds
t 1 OmiD or U e r-' o ) cents will be
Red Rough Hands Itching Palms
. Sa& Painful Finger Ends;
ONE NIGHT CURE.
SOAK tie bands on retiring
la ft strong', hot. tteamf 4atncr
oiCUTICURA SOAPDrv, and
anoint fredywtth CUTICURA
OINTMENT, the great skin
care and poritst .of emollknts.
,Wear, during the night, old, loose
kid gloresv with the finger ends
cut off and air holes cut in the
palms.3 For red, rough, chapped
hands,0 dry. fissured, itching,
feverish palms, with f shapeless
nails and painful finger ends, this
treatment is simply wonderful.
r.lillions'of People
TJsn CtrrrcniA SoAP(-Misted- by Ctm-
hig, and beautifying the skin, for oleaniing
the acalpot crusts, scales, and dandruff,
and thestopping of falling hair, lor soften.
whit
ana aoouung reu, lougu,
ana sore nanas, ior oanj iiuiuts, iwuiuks,
and irritations, and for all the purposes of
the toilet, bath, and nursery. ' Millions of
she
Women use Coticdba Soav ho the form
of baths for annoying inflammations, chat,
inirs, and ezooriatlons, or too free or off en
give perspiration, in the farm of washes
for nfoezative weaknesses, and for many
sanative, antlieptio purposes which read
ily suggest themselves to women.
COMPLETE HUMOUR CURE, $1.
Consisting of CunctrBA Soap (Mo.), to cleanse
the crusts and scales, and soften the thickened
cuticle; CuncuBA Onmuorr, (6O0.V to In.
tantly allay Itching, lnflammaUoo, nd lm
tatlon, and soothe and heal; Cotiouba
Bbsolvbict Pills (25c), the new cnooolato
coated nbstttot for liquid Resolvent, to
oool and cleanse the blood. A Sikols BbT Is
often sufficient to cure tbe severest case, es
pecially of baby humoure.
Sol4 thmrhoal th. vorld. Brilldi Dtpotl ST-
ClurMrhoiue London, maeh Dpoli BM 1. 1
hiLfuk, ronu Dmoa ai Cmem.Oot, Projt.
Proceedings of the Democratic Con
vention at Bayboro, June
21, 1902. s
Meeting called to order by R. 8. Wood
ard, Ohalrman Executive Uommittee.
Daniel Caffrey was called to the chair
as temporary chairman and E, C. Ross
made temporary secretary.
The temporary organization was made
permanent and W. T. Caho made assist
ant secretary, i
The chair was instructed to name a
committee of three on credentials. The
following were named:
Geo. Dees, BenJ. Potter, Edgar Miller,
committee on credentials.
The committee on credentials reported
all the precincts represented by dele
gates and as having elected the follow
ing chairmen of the several precinct ei-
ecutive committees: - , " ' V
A J Holton, Br:, of Olympla. ' ' ts - ;
II A Reel, Reelsboro.
Bryan Pahl, Balrd's Creek. ; ; -
John P Tingle, Qrantsboro.
S W Ferrebee, Stonewall.
8 A Redding, Merrltt.
Fred Sllyerthorn, Florence.
; Calvin Mills, Pamlico. ,
W T Caho, Bayboro.
; B F McCotter, Vandemere.
' M D Powers, Mesic.
Stephen Jones, Hobucken.
:W8 Pate, Lowlands. . w
"LB MIdyett, Oriental.
Geo R Brinson, Arapahoe.
It was agreed that all Democrats of
the County ha delegates to the several
conventions. ' .
The following candidates were unani
mously endorsed: Geo. H. Brown for
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court;
0. R. Thomas for Congress; L. L Moore,
for Solicitor; h W. Miller and H. 8.
Ward for the Senate.
i The vote for Chief J ustice was,
Clark 25 7-10.
Justlce88-10. - . .
' The vote for Corporation Commis
sioner, was,
.. Beddingfield, 28 748. ,' ,
WaUon, , 6 7-16.
. Brown, . 1 6-18.
The chairmen of the several precinct
.Executive Committees met and .elected
A. B. Campen, chairman and W T Caho
secretary of the County Executive Com
mittee. " s ..
The Convention then adjourned.
y : f ;- DaJhbc Oaffrbt, Chm'n,
E. C. Ross, Sec. :
' t ...-, YT.T. Caho, AsbL 8cc
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i,- ! River Beds Ice. '
Some of the rivers of Siberia flow
over ice many years old, and as solid as
rocK. a tributary or tne Lena has. un
derneath the soil Which forms tbe bed
of the river, a bed of pure Ice over nine
feet thick. ,
w Kettle Thread. ' .
From nettles can be spun a thread so
fine that sixty miles of It weighs only
two ana a nair pounds.
The Best Prescription for Ralarla.
Chills and Fever Is a bottle ot Gbovb's
Tastklkss CniLt Tonic. It is simply
Iron and quinine tn a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Price GOo.
Mew
Air ir va
Na Eob Pancake Flourr '
Carolina Rice Flakes,
. Oatflakes both loose and
Preserved Ginger 25o per
Hienz's Apple Butter and
Royal Scarlet Salmon, the
other brands 15o and 20c can.
. Imported Gbger Al, on
rortsmoatn uornea jnniieu.
Big Hams to cut
Fox Itiver Print Butter.' -
ar;cy S yrup and molasses. , .' ! ' -Pure
Apple Vinegar an3 Spices orall kinds.
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g 'Phone 91. UTt Brsjad St.. g
Just Beceiyed
Deviled Cabs
andlShells to Go With Them.
Also Fancy Salmon and Lobsters. ' " " :
Don't fail to see us when in need of anything in the Fancy
Grocery Line, we guarantee quality and prices with any gro
cery house in the city. -
If you want Good ' lour Try Oar Fancy Patent there is
nothing better ground from wheat ' 1
We have some Good Tea at 40c, 50c, 60c and 80c lb.
Thanking you for past favors and trusting to continue to
serve you, I am : , .
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( Wholesale and Retail Orocer,, v
phone M. tW. TSroad & Hancock Sul
Plenty of It and
All the Best:
5 Here's a stock that is flll--ed
with the most reliable -,
staples. From Flour and
Sugar to the finer things we .
carry plenty for your selec
tion. You'll get what you
need without fear of paying
too much, and with no doubt
of the value for your cash.
FOR NEXT WEEKS .
, we will sell a Good Roasted
Coffee at, llo lb.
J.J.ToIsonJr.
Broad St. Grocer.
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INDUSTRIAL
' A combination ot theory and practice! of book study and manual work In3
Entfneerlnz, Arriculture, Chemistry, Electricity, nechanlc Arts
t and CottonManufaCturlnj. Full
Special Courses (8 mos.). ; Tuition and
80 teachers, 869 students, new building
r at the A. & If.
College." ; ' .
President"6E0. T. WINSTON; Ralegh, N. C
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cMechantcal College.
EDUCATION:
Courses' (4 years), Bhort Courses (2 year), 4
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Industrial College
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i Session opens September 18th. Expenses 100 to $140;
for non-residents Of the Seats $160. Faculty of 83 members.
Practice and Observation School connected with the College.
Correspondence invited from those desiring competent teach
ers and stenographers. To seciire.poard in the dormitories all
free tuition applications should be made before July 16th.
For catalogue and other InTQXinr,t"on address
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