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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL.
OUR RALEIGH
NEWSLETTER
Young Man Waylaid and Shot at
Burlington.
ASSAILANTS ARRESTED
Trustee* or n . I , Orp In? untre Organize
? Cldri'iiH M'ii ii in 1'illHboro Itunil
? ii m Him i'il to GrernNbur-Kriil on
for (telling icoticn We?i??Un?u?i
I.otlgc, Knights of Pjililu?, Elect
Olllctri,
Raleigh, N. C, June 23.?On last Sun?
day night, at Burlington, <>tn_> of the
foulest deeds known to that community
was committed in waylaying and shout?
ing Mr. Lewis Meadow, as he was re?
turning to his room from escorting a
young lady home from church. He was
first uttacked with rocks, and replied
with a pistol. Ills assailants also fired
Severn! shots, no one being injured.
Later, as Mr. Meadow was continuing
Ills way to his room, one of the mem?
bers of the gang was seen by an eye
?witness to siep out from behind some
trees, tnke deliberate aim nnd lire. He
was about one hundred yards from Mr.
Meadow, and the ball took effect
squarely In the back, striking the back
bone and glancing.
The police were put to work early
Monday morning and on Monday even?
ing they had arrested the following par?
ties: Will Boss, John Ingle. Handy
Islcy, Burton Coble, Nath*H-Coble, Bd,
Bowden und Hob Sykes. John Andrews
nnd will Hufllncs, who were also im?
plicated, left town, and have not been
Caught. Th< v were taken before Mayo:
Erwin for trial, but us the proper wlt
ncsses had not been secured and all tin
parties to the transaction had iiol been
apprehended, the counsel for the plain?
tiff asked that the case be postponed
until next Saturday at .1 o'clock. The
defendants were all bound over to court
In a bond of $200, which was given.
THE M. E. ORPHANAGE.
The trustees of the Methodist Or?
phanage mel at 12 o'clock yesterday a;
tl.fill.( the Italclgh Christian Ad?
vocate and organised permanently i>v
the election of Ri v. J. \V. Jenkins ims'
Ident and Joseph G. Brown secretary
iiinl trenfiur) r. -
The ncl of incorporation having pro?
vided th.it the trus ees at their ilrst
meeting should select by lot or other?
wise seven of their number to serve
until January 1, 1902, and eight until
January 1, 1901, the selection was made
by lot, which resulted as follows:
For term ending January 1, 1902, Rev,
E. o. Olenn, L. B. Bynum, J. s. Prir
rlsh. Joseph <:. Brown and Rev. J, x.
Cole.
Fi r term ending January l, mot, II
C. Wall, F. A. Woodward, w. k.
Springer, ITrlah Yniighnn. R. T, Cray.
1.. I.. Smith, W. lt.* Allen and Rev.
T. N. 1\. y.
During he meeting Mr. W. F.. Spring
er. of Wilmington, one of Ihe trustees,
donated $100 to the Orphanage.
THE PITTSBORO I to A D.
The citizens r.r Burlington have held
n meeting and appointed a committee
to confer \Vlth the president of the Sen
bonrd Air Line with reference to con?
tinuing ihe Plttsboro mad mi to Greens?
boro via Crab m nnd Burlington. They
?will also peek to Interest the people of
other towns ami BectlOllS through
which such extension would pass.
SOLI? "EMBALMED" MEAT.
John \V. Weathers, keeper nf a s:a!l
In the market house, was yesterday
bound over to court In two cases?one
for selling rotten sausage nnd the
o:Iit for selling spoiled meat. The evi?
dence against him in both cases was
of the strongest chnrncter.
(iiiand LODGE. 1C. OP P.
The Grand T-odRe, Knights of Pvih
las, which has Just adjourned at Pay
ettevllle, elected the following officers:
Supremo Representative?C. A. Webb
or Ash. ville.
G. C.?W. J. Woodward,.of Wilming?
ton.
G. V. C.?D. P. Bummcy, Jr., of Char?
lotte.
('?. V.?S. J. Webster, of Monroe.
Ci. K. of R, and S.?W. T. Hollowell,
of Gnldsboro,
G. M. at A.?J. L. Scott. Jr., of Cra
ham.
r;. L. G.?H. P. Strauss, of Hender?
son.
G. O. G.?F. B. Lnwrence, of Forest
City.
AX ENJOYARLH EVENT?PERSON?
AL NEWS NOTES.
fSpeclal to Virginian-Pilot.)
Fdenton, X. C, Juno 23.?The mos I
enjoyable event of the season was the
germnn lead by Mr. Metrah Mackely
with Miss Mary Pruden on the night
of the 22d of June, given In honor of
Miss Alice Adamson, of Richmond, Va.
The following couples participated:
Miss Mary Pruden in pink silk, with
Mr. Metrah Makely; Miss Anna Bond,
blue brocaded silk, wl'th Mr. Henry
Jones; Miss Lizzie Ba'tcman, white
organdie over apple green, Mr. Richard
Brlnklcy: Miss Adamson, in yellow or?
gandie, with Mr. Atlbrew Hawkins;
Miss Lizzie Skinner, in pink organdie,
with Mr. James Warren; Miss Madlo
Badham, In white orirandie over pink,
with Mr. Frank Wooten; Miss Helen
Bond, in green organdie, with Mr. Ed?
gar Real Miss Alethia Warren, in white
organdie, with Mr. Paxton Badham;
Miss Hogan, In white organdie, with
Mr. George Makely: Mies Ethel Bert,
In white silk, with Mr. Bronscn; Miss
Clara Bond, in pink organdie, with Mr.
James Hosklns; Miss Lottie Wilson, in
while organdie, with Mr. Frank U.ite
mnn, nnd Mrs. Wilson with Mr. Hal
Wood, and Mr. and Mrs. Hogan.
Stngfi?Mtv?=iv. James Webb, Win.
Summerell, Protlow, Hates, Burton and
Wm. Leary.
Chaperones?Mrs. Skinner, Mrs. War?
ren. Mrs. Hooper, Mr3. Henry Bond and
Mis. Leary.
PERSONAL NEWS NOTES.
The death angel visited the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tuttle last night
and took from them their little loved
one. Frank was a bright little fellow
of one summer, but that dread disease,
cholera infantum, claimed him .is its
victim nftor two weck?' Illness. The
sympathy of the community is with th?:
bereaved.
Airs. Mat. "\Vhit \ of Hertford. Is the j
guest of Mr. mil Mrs. J. 11. ferry, at]
Strawberry IIill.
Mr. Edward Sprulll, who was shot ac-l
cldentally Bo-turuay night twice by his|
wife, In town th s morning.
Several from here attended the lawn j
party at Byrdsvlltc last night.
i: 1.1 r.\ in: r 11 city.
NEWS NOTES FltOM THE PASQUO-!
TANK MEItOPOLIS.
(Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.)
Elizabeth t'itr. N". C, June 23.?Mr.
llem y Orlce, who hoa been at Nag's |
Head f"i- several days repairing the
pier, returned homo yesterday.
A large crowd of people assembled at
the Opera Mouse Thursday night to j
hoar Italph Bltlgham, who kept his au?
dience iu a, roar of laughter for two |
bou rs.
The family of Mr. Wm. Mann, nfter
spending a 'veral days at New Bern vis
tit.:; friends, returned home yesterday.
Ex-Governor Patterson, of Pennsyl?
vania, is in nur city on business.
Vcsterday morning In the Police
Court I.lxssle and Betty Ncwby, col
?rcd, were lined $."> Ami costs each fot
Ising profane language on the streets
Charles Poole, colored, was arraigned
before Mayor Wilson on the charge o|
breaking Into the barn ?f Mr. Charles
Hussey. After hearing Iho evidence In
he ruse he was nut under it $100 bond
ror bis appearance at the fall term ol
he Sustorl ir Court.
Little Geneva, the daughter of Mr.
tnd Mrs. Ed. Swain, returned home
yesterday, after a visit to her cousin at
Clin rut noko.
Mr. Willie Webb. v. ho Is employed by
the Pnsquotank Lumber Company, of
.his city, in-o, with an accident ycsler
lay by getting his band cut pretty
badly. The wound was dressed by ])r.
McMullcn.
Mr. W< llington Watt rs and wife, who
lave Ik'oh in the elly for several days
-tailing their parents, left yesterday
'or-Phlindeli hirt. their future home.
The Pas'iuotank trotting association
lias posteii signs asking cyclists not
to rldo on I he track on Sundays until
. I:. r the F lurth of July.
ll< l.Y 1 5 ft K
IUAKEH C
SOUT1
Belvtdcrc, X. C, June 23.
Belvldcre, X. c. hi a quiet, peaci ful
llttl ? village in this, Peru u I mans, coun?
ty. It is about eight miles from Hert?
ford, the county seat. It was founded
by the Friends many years back. A
prettier, better located ni'.e could not
have been found by these peace-loving,
God-feu ring people. With its vl.no
uovered Cottages, grass-grown street*,
nid beautiful shade neos, it Is a verita?
ble paradise on earth.
No squatty, weather-beaten houses
,re to !?? .seen here; no mills or fnctorys
to till the air with stifling smoke and
grime- only the ring of the anvil I*
heard fr on the village smithy as the
brawny blacksmith wields his heavy
hammer.
Ueautlful two-story houses of pic?
turesque design, with their wide vino
covered verandas, surrounded by shady
lawns, with their graveled walks, are
seen le re and there as one passes
through the village. There arc no bar?
rooms or dens of vice to mar the hap?
piness of the people; no shrieking,
screaming locomotives and rattling
strings of cars to break the blissful
quietness.
When the sun sinks below the West?
ern horizon iu a blaze of resplendent
flory a death-like stillness reign.-; only
the perpetuul sounds of nature can he
heard, and they, like the ceaseless tick?
ing of the dock, disturbs not the a >cus
toined ear nf man. \V. O. S.
"No Eye Like the
Master's Eye/9
Ycir are master-of your
health, and if you do not
attend to duty, the blame is
easily located. If your blood
is out of order, Hood's Sar
saparilla aJjiil purify it.
It is the specific remedy for troubles
of the blood, kidneys, bowels or liver.
Kidneys ?"My kidneys troubled me,
nnd on advice took Hoods Barsaparllla
which gave prompt relief, better appetite.
My sleep is refreshing. It cured my wife
also." mkiiali. Boylk, 3473 Denny Street,
IMttsburg, Pa,
Scrofulous Hlimor-" fwns In terrible
condition front the Itching ami burning of
scrofulous humor, drew worse under
treatment of several doctors. Took linen's
Sarsaparllla and Hood's Pills. These cured
me thoroughly." J. J. Little, Fulton, N. V.
Restore Vitality. Lost Vigor and Manhood.
Cure Impotencv, Night Emissionsand
wasting diseases, all effects of self
abuse, or excess and indis?
cretion. A nerve tonic aiul
blood builder. Brintrs the
pink plow to pale cheeks and
restores the lire of youth.
? ,Bvmail r?Ocperhex, Cboxes
-or #a.5<j; with a written guaran?
tee to cure or refund tli" money.
Semi for circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson sts., CHICAGO, ILL*
Walke. .Martin A Grey, solo agents
corner Water and Roanoke, Norfolk, Va.
PChlchMtrr*. Enslt.h PI?3lon<t Hi-ll.1.
ENNYRQYAL PILLS
-^tljuV Original and Onlr Genuine. A
lJv ^W?nM, tnlt4<Tilb'.:n. rll.M:,. TnkeW
I ? ? . . (.??,?. i. At n:?f?l.l?. cr t?? to.
V? JJf la tut , f.,r ' \ j i? i i.mn aU.. ...
lV SJ "lielUT f*r J.?.ll??."MI/ltff. tj reinra
?X If Mall. 10,000 Ir.tiBABl.li. Hmm* r*frr.
>?^rC?l'll'?''rCh??|ltiill'il,N?JI?~ili'I.?f?i
km bj all LcaC Drjiruu. , rtttLAM, 1'A.
n i: im ion i>.
A NORFOLK MINISTER MARRIES?
PERSONALi AND GENERAL?
(Special to Vlrglnlaii-PUoL)
Hertford, X. C. Juno 23?Yesterday
was a day long to be remembered
in the quiet village of Wood?
vllle, near this place. In the little
Baptist Church, which was beautifully
decorated by loving hands, a happy
couple knelt before the altar and two
hearts were made to beat us one. Rev.
Luther it. Christie, of Norfolk, led to
the attar Miss Blanche Wilson, of
Woodvllle. The two were united in the
holy bonds of wedlock by Rev. C. J. P.
Anderson, of this city.
Rev. Mr. Christie is the pnstor of the
Spurgcon Memorial Church of Norfolk,
ViL Miss Wilson Is one of the charm?
ing and accomplished young ladies of
Woodvllle.
When the now gasoline lights wore
put up in this town the small boy bo
came much interested In their con?
struct! >n. and they now have a system
of their own?not gasoline lamps, but
bottles filled with ??tire I'.ys" or "light?
ning bugs," ere. ted .on ?.?.des similar to
those used for, the gasoline lamps.
Mr. Oscar Elliott, of Edi nton, is vis?
iting Mr- Howard Shaunonhouse, on
Main .street.
Mr. Kvart Ncwby and wife returned
yesterday from their bridal tour.
THE HENRY WALKE CO.,
SAW HILL,
And Railroad Supplies,
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
"Cant" and "Giant Pinner," Lenthe,
Delling, "Giant," vCranlto," und "Shaw
nut" Ruhlier Belting,
I Agent tor Know lea* Steam Pumping
I Machine.
W. H. TAYLOR & CO.,
224 Water Street.
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND MILL
SUPPLIEa
Agents for tills section for the sile of
Clraton & Knight's Leather Belting. Nev
Vcrh billing and Packing Company's
Rubber Goods Knowlton'a Patent Pack
.Sle w :-:i.ain rum: s. myi-Iin
Norfolk ircin Works,
?L?. VV. DUVAL & CO.,
NO. 15 WATER STREET. NORFOLK
KNC.1NKS. BOILERS, SAWMILL and
all kinds of machinery of the most tin
proved patterns. Also repairing ut the
?hortest notice Particular attention tu
steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE FERR1 LES are i;,e
otiiy perfect remedy for leaky boiler
lubes. They can be Inserted In a few
minutes by any engineer, nnd are war?
ranted to stop leaks.
H-L STERin LHUNDRY
Being excellently well equipped with
modern nnd highly Improved machinery,
superior workmen, and using only the best
nnd purest Washing Materials, wo can
safely guarantee First-Class and Up-tO
Dato
LAUNDRY WORK.
Model liij,
OFFICE 105 GRAN BY ST.
New Phono 874.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLOW'S
Soothing Syrup
has been used for children while teeth
Itifr. It soothes the child, softens the
gams, allays all pain, cures wind colic?,
regulates the stmach and bowels, and
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
ttvo cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists
throughout tho world.
WASHING POWDER
in t!^e dish'Water, It acts !<<e
ui?;' .cuts the gre.isu and maVtj
the ilishes perfectly clean. In lad
.-..I cleaning i* made easier l>? this
p-r;a cle.inJrr, aud at hail the co?t
oi loan.
For greatest economy buy our large package.
THE N.
Chicago
K. FAIR3ANK COMPANY
St. Louis New York Boston
\Q A
Pf ui i /K/ If
i m&Lltlr I
"Say, I'll take an oath that R'l-P'A'N'S saved my life.
" I was on a little racket for about three or four weeks
and the boys all had me dead. Well, say, I just dosed
myself with R'I'P'A'N'S and you see me now. I eat four
meals a day and never felt better in my life.
" Everybody in this neighborhood can tell you that they
thought I was good for a funeral before I commenced tak?
ing R'l-P'A'N'S. Now look at me. Don't look much like
I am going to croak, do I ?
" Well, I don't know the fellow that got up Ripans, but
whoever he is he is entitled to a monument."
A in", fityl. pAr.ket ronl%tnlo? Tax wax* narun In a rwvnor enrton (wtftwnt u\*rt > |. now rnr caV. r t anmfi
dree ?tor?,?? rtm nn crrrra Thi. low-nHoct *<irt i* intenJtsl (or thu ,H>or luiil th.> eooaiomleal. One doaan
l?l t!i? flT<?r?-m?enrteni UAJ tnbul. r-> txm Im hnil by mill l.jr ?tiitinn fnrfTrwh: c-rnt. to Ihe Hir>*? CnTRtCAt
CVinraKT. No. 10 rtpnieo Hererl. New York, or a .tn.it? twl.m it.*x Tipn.nn n111 In. ...nt fur fl.c c-rifj : it ...
Xauvul? maj alto uc bad of gTOOejavgeaenl Btoreki>epcrM,iK)w? nti.tLs, tuid At Uquor rtoioa And bATLurbhopka.
VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COMPANY
I ELECTRIC F?NS '
S
$
s
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f
0 sensational Bali-Pries Blotljiig
<iO*. TI 7V
Uui?a A
Too large i Stock of Men's and Roys" Pino Summer Clothlns at
time of the season, Itaiher than drag along until the eno of the si
to clear out our nock v/e do It now, when you n< 1 them most. No
tev what our former low prices were, thU sale means that you can
into this store, make your selections ami pay just
HALF THE PR3CE
that rlMh'ntr of equal value will cost you els. where. Make1 a not
these few of many ltt ins offered In thii final clearan v ol Summer t
lng.
this ?
mat- w
COlilO A
0
v
* of V
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Men's Office Coats, of ft su-el rr.7 | Boys' Washable Knee pants small
material, well made. The wash tub checks, plaids and fancy strip ?, Sizes
will not I.arm them. A ?mall lot only, j ? to 10 years. They nro v.. .. . rfui
values at per pair .
2a Z3 C^e
Men's Fine All-Wool Hoyal Blue
Berge S'.iits. fully warranted in every
pai :: ular. Another suit or money re?
funded should they ever chan^a color.
They Will ba quick sellers at .
Men's IVncn Crn=h Pults, well tallir
ed. thoroughly shrunked, over-stltched
scams. The three dollar quality at....
S1.T3
Boys' riouble-luensted I.tn. n Suit",
well tailored, pearl button--. HOII
shrink.ni;. You would have thouoht
He in reas mal le at two dollars, but at
thld sale price.
98C
Boys' Fancy Wash Suits, in Bio
style.;, lance sailor collars Excel I
ran;:.- of colors. Worth $1.00. I*<
choice at .
0
BALL CLOTHING
219 MAIN ST., Opposite Academy of Music. ^
COOL
DRESSY
UMMER
FOR
YOUR
CHOICE
OF ANY
SUIT IN
THE STORE
THAT WAS
i $25, 5
: $18 and $15.1
1
i
323 Main Street.
172 Cbnrch St., Near Main
;:(>i::'J-*.s;:iVt'?S?*' ma vxoSLtS^L
j ggf - ^^j^^iroj
The Only Trunk House
In the City.
SPECIAL OFFER.
All Trunks sold by us kept in re?
pair free oi charge for one year.
We mark trames on Trunks and
Bags gratis.
TRUNKS.
Brass corners and clamps, iron bot.
torn, 2-so:c leather straps,
$3.90.
SUIT CASES.
Leather, Russet or Olive Steel Frame,
22-inch, 3-75 ; 24-inch, $4.00.
An immense stock of all kinds of
["< urisls' Supplies and Leather Novel
ties. Also a large assortment of
Ladies'and Men's" Pocketbooks and
Card Cases.
.IK T
172 Church St,
Factory,
near Main.
THE VIRGINI?
172 Main Street.
Headquarters for the only genuine
French Vienna and Home Made Bread In
the cliy. Fancy CaXes and Ice Cream* ol
Bverj des i Iptton known to the art.
Have you tried our sparkling Soda? All
drawn from rUks Jars. Syrup
mado from fruit Juices only. No extract*
used a trial will convince you.
in ti:.i Cafe you can be served i?lth all
the deiu .:cics of the season prepared by
French chefs.
Specialties each Saturday,
WATCH THE WINDOWS.

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