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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPTT?TF
The New School Law Again De?
QUERIES OF TEACHERS
Payoltorlllo Baptist Pnator nuicui
Delivery of Roudi by Ntnte Tr??i>
tiro ?Watabliia* tor Hpolted Orator*
?A Sen acionai Trlnl nt tireouiboro
?Additional Appolutuicnla lu llio
Woatorn Nortl> C'ttroltun 1U. ?? C'on
Raleigh, N. C. Noo. 29.?<The Superin?
tendent of Public Instruction's office
is being bombarded by querrieg from
teachers and school officials asking for
tho effect of the Supreme court's divi?
sion In tho county school board cases.
Mr. Mcbano is expected to return to?
day from Greensboro where he went to
attend a meeting of tho board of direc?
tors af tho National School. He will
probably make public Attorney-General
Walser*? opinion when he returns.
THE NEW SCHOOL I/AW.
The Supreme Court again decided
yesterday that the new school law is
unconstitutional, in so far as it seeks
to remove county boards of education.
The decision is made in tho case of
J. G. Dalby vs. F. W. Hancock, from
QrrtnvJllQ. All of the members of the
old board of education In Granvlllc,
with the exception of one, Fuller, arc I
reinstated. His rase falls becauso he
lias ceased to be a resident of the
Judge Walter Clark dissented In the
opinion at the court savo as to Fuller.
RESIGNATION OF PASTOR.
Itev. C. A. Thomas has resigned as
pastor of tho Fayettevlllo Baptist
Church and will become a travelling
representative of the Bnp'tlst Female
University. He is one of the strong
men of his church,full of faith and
work, and will do great things for
the Uulvcrslty as he presses Its claims
upon tho Baptist hosts.
THIS BONDS DELIVERED.
Treasurer Worth received yesterday
a check for $li">.200 from the "Wachovia
Loan and Trust Company af Winston
for tho SGO.OOO of four per cent bonds
Issued to pay for the State farms. Mr.
Thomas Maslln., of Winston, brought
the oliock and received the "bonds In
return from Treasurer Worth. The
bonds run until July Ist, 1909.
Yesterday also tho new four per cent
bonds which were received from t'he
engraver some days ago were signed by
the governor and deposited In the
treasury to replaco the old four per
cents that were turned over to the Wa
ohovla Loan and Trust Company last
Health Officer Sale advises people In
buying oysters during the warm sea?
son to buy only the host quality and to
be sure they are in good condition.
Large quantities of bad oysters have
recently been seized and condemned on
A SENSATIONAL TRIAL.
There was a decidedly sensational
trial 'here yesterday afternoon. It
seems that Mr. Moses Cone had bought
the property of the North Carolina
Steel and Iron Company, Including n
street railway that ran for 2,000 feet
through the land of Capt. B. S. Fisher.
Mr. Cone transferred the railway to
his brother, Mr. Caesar Cone, and one
nlffltt Innt month the latter entered
upon the land with about 100 laborers
and removed the iron rails. Yesterday
Capt. Fisher had Mr. Cone arrested for
the larceny of the rails, or, to use the
more polite term, for "statutory tak?
ing." The hearing was before 'Squire
Eckel, who bound Mr. Caesar Cone
over to court. The maitter will now
be settled bnfore Judge Brown.
Tho Western North Carolina M. E.
Conference n^ppointmens were not pub?
lished In full yesterday for the reason
that the complete list had not reached
us: Following are the additions:
WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT?P. L.
TOWNSENSICND, P. E.
Waynesville Station? T. J. Rodgers.
Hay wood Circuit?W. M. Boring.
West Hay-wood Circuit?tf. S. Ragan.
Canton Circuit?W. Y. Scales.
Clyde Circuit?.T. P. Reynolds.
Sulphur Springs Circuit?W. O. Mal
I^elcester Circuit?J. H. Moore.
Brevnrd Station?G. G. Hnrley.
Spring Creek Circuit?C. P. Goode.
French Board Circuit?Supernumera?
ry, J. B. Heyder.
Transylvania Circuit?J. D. Rankln.
Mills River Circuit?J. A.? Scronce.
WINSTON DISTRICT?P. J. CARRA
WAY, P. E.
Centenary?T. F. Marr.
Burkehead?W. C. Wilson. I '
Grace?:W. H. Willis.
Winston Circuit?J. C. Mock.
Forayth Circuit?C. A. Wood.
Kernersvlllo Circuit?B. A. York.
Madison Circuit?Z. Paris.
Danbury Circuit?W. H. Perry.
Davidson Circuit?M. H. Hoyle.
Rummerfield Circuit?P. E. Parker.
Mocksville Station?H. H. Jordan.
Mocksville Circuit?W. H. L. Mc
Fnrrnlngton Circuit?M. H. Vestal.
Walkertown Station?Win. Curtis.
Jamestown Circuit? T. H. Pegram.
Thomnsvllle Station?L. A. Falls.
Transferred: C. W. Byrd to IxjuIs
vllle Conference and stationed at Settle
chapel, Ownsboro. J. P. M&Ferrln to
?North Alabama and stationed at First
Edenton, N. C-, ^Nov. 29.^-Mcssrs.
Mitchell, HollowelL and Fletcher, of
Elizabeth City, are in Edenton this
Arlington Minstrels are billed to ap?
pear here nt Rea's Opera House Wed?
nesday, December 6th. This perform?
ance will be given by Ellzaboth City.
talent and will doubtless be all that
is claimed for it. .
Several strangers aro in town this
morning- en route to theli'homes, we
presume, to spend Thanksgiving.
Sovcral peanut buyers are in our lit?
tle City this morning-. ,
Our dry goods merchants are enjoy?
ing a good trade this season.
Mr. Frank Wooten, or Norfolk, came
dov/n on last evening's train cm a short
visit to friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. WInborne returned yes?
terday from Berkley, where they spent
a few days with relatives.
PERSONAL MENTION ? PUBLIC '
Elizabeth City, N. c!, Nov. 29.?Mr.
John Armbrecht, who has been spend?
ing a few days at, his home, in' Berk?
ley, returned to the city to-day.
Mr. Buck Baxter ha3 moved Into his
new residence, on West Church street.
Messrs. William Wootl^ and Wilson
Hollowell left Tuesday for Greenville
to attend a german.
Mr. W. G. Poole, formerly of this
place, but now of Raleigh, Is In the city
visiting relatives und friends.
Married Tuesday at the home of Mr.
J. T. Coppersmith, In the lower part of
this county, by Rev. P. S. G. Davis, Mr.
Clarence Morso to Miss Jennie Copper?
There will be a public meeting of
the citizens at the Town Hall Friday nt
7:30 o'clock o. m. to perfect plans for
the establishment of a telegraph and
telephone service between tills city and
Mrs. D. W. Woodhouse, of Popular
Branch, and Mrs. A. W. Bnllnncc, of
Currltuck Courthouse, who have been
in tho city for several days visiting
the fanily of Mr. and Mrs- Will Dun
ton, on Ma thews street, left yesterday
for their homes.
Miss Cora Gnrd left yesterday for
Richmond to attend the marriage of Dr
Klein, of Tarboro, to Miss Martin, of
The fire alarm sounded this morning
at 10:30 o'clock. The scene of the fire
was W. II. Wentherloy's residence, on
Park avenue. The fire compnny re?
sponded promptly, but Its service was
not needed, as the flames were extin?
guished before Iis arrival,
Mrs. M. S. Beasley, of Popular
Branch, who has been spending several
days in the city, left yesterday for her
Hertford, N. C, Nov. 2D.?The
through freight was held here this
morning on nccount of an accident to
the engine. The train was drawn by
engine No. 11 and is due at 7:20 every
morning. Tho engine, with its string of
cars, drew up at the Norfolk and South?
ern railroad depot and a loud explo?
sion shook things all around- The
cylinder head was blown out and car?
ried a distance of thirty feet. No. C
was wired for and drew the disabled
engine to Edcnton.
New Bern, N. C. Nov. 29.?Tho Elm
City Drug Company of New Bern was
granted articles of incorporation yes?
terday by the Secretary of State. The
business proposed Is the leasing nnd
purchasing of stores, storage ware?
The cnnltal Btock Is to be $10,000.
Among the Incorporators are George
Avant, George P- Dudley, William H.
Burton, W. Li. Lassitor, R. G. Mosely,
John A. Boone, W. W. Lawrence, C. 'C.
Whltley," H. W. Thompson, C. C. Petty.
CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR SEW-|
Tnrboro, N. C, Nov. 29.?The con?
tracts for sewerage have been closed.
The system will be constructed by
Guild R- Co.. who recently did similnr
work in Norfolk. The price named is I
Montague & Co. get the contract for
pipe at $2,519.
Both firms nre from Chattanooga.
The work is to begin at once.
lO cents and 25 contm.
Eick Headache nnd relievo all too troubled Inci?
dent to a bilious state of tho system, such aa
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress r.fter
eating. Palu tu tho Siilo, *c. While their most
remarkable success hint been shown lu curing
rtcadirbe, yet Carter's Little Liver Pilla are
eipially valuable in Coti?tlpatinn, curing and pro
vcntlu's thisannoyingcouiplauit,while they also
correct all disorders of tho stomach, stimulate the
liver and regulato tho bowels. Even it'they only
Acho they would bo almoot priceless to those who
suffer from thiK'aslri-fsiiigcompialnt: bin form.
D.itoly thelrpeodnesndoe.inotendhere.and those
who onea try them will And these Httlo pills ralu
t ablo In so many ways that they will not bo wii
' ling to do without them. But after alloick head
Is the bane of so many Htos that hero Is where
wo make our great boast. Our pills euro it wbilo
others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pllls'aro very smalt and
vory easy to tale. Ono or two pllli inako a dose.
They aro strictly vegetablo ana do not gripe or
?Urse, but by their gentle action please all who
ose them. In vialsot 25 corits; ilvofort-1. Sola
Vy druggists everywhere or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., No* York.
Small Fill. Small D:-S3. jkllfricc.
GREAT REMOVHL SMLEI
PIANOS ! PIANOS ! ORGANS !
On December 31st we will move to larger quarters, and for this reason offer our entire
stock of Pianos and Organs at less than manufacturer's cost.
z^>miS IS STRICTLY A BONA FIDE SALE<^^
and if you want to get your money's worth don't buy until you have examined our .stock.
We are the Largest Manufacturers of Pianos and Organs
in the world, and besides giving you a great reduction on account of this removal sale, we
save you the dealer's profit. Pianos, from $50,00 up. Organs from $25.00 up. Sold on
terms of $5.00 per month and up.
Instruments shipped to any part of the State, freight prepaid. Catalogues mailed free.
Old instruments taken in exchange. Call early and secure first choice.
ALL OF THE LATE POPULAR MUSIC AT 18c. PER COPY.
At Hudnut's Pharmacy, 201 Broadway, New .
York, the young man who sold Ripans Tabules to
a customer was asked whether there was much de-^
mand for them, and said:
" There's nothing in the store which sells as well
as Ripans Tabules do. The demand is as regular(
and steady as for anything we carry in stock. Young
and old, male and female seem to buy them. In fact,
they seem to be in general demand. Not only that,
but the demand seems to come from all classes.
The advertisements create the demand, but their
merits back it up."
A ntw style packot eontiiinion Tim iiriin TiFroru In a pan?r carton (without alms) Is now for rale at MOM
dnur B*OT\?-?oft rnreciTij. Thin low-priecd port U tntendod tor ih4 poor and Che iconomlcAl. Onn down
ot tho Urn-cent mirton* MUMlu *>? had by mall by wndtnp forty-elBhl rent* to the mriMS Citttucai,
ConrAjrT, No. 10 Spruce Streut, New York?or a angle carton (ibh tasulij) will bo Mnttnr Ore oaute.
$ PUTTING IN ELECTRICITY
No difficulty in wiring 4&
your house for electric lights; 0
no ugly pipes to deface the
walls; no bad smell from 3
you have the very best light.
It is clear, steady and clean. !e
No oil to spill; no matches to ^4
litter the floor. The cost is
light and the light is right
I VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COMPANY, |
J 82-84 PLUME STREET.
I Gas Radiators $2.75 up I
$ Gas Heaters
ft THE BEST MAKES
9 Setting Free of Charge.
$1.25 Up i
# CITY GAS CO,
The great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of tho gstiRratlvo
organs of either noz, such as Nervous Prostration, Fulling or'Lost Manhood,
Impotonoy, Nightly Emissions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, cioersivo use
of Tobacco or Opium, which load to Consumption and Insanity. With every
t6 ordor wo guarantee to cure or refund tho money. Soldat 81.OO per box,
bozos for $6.00. 1>H. iuoxTiS CUKRUCAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
, Sold by BURROW MARTIN & CO.
Hast Days of tie pofaGtiirefs Qatnt sale.
\ Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing 33 i-3 on the Dollar.
)) i? So great lias been tho demand for these wonderful values that we've
>> sold nearly the entire stock In a much shorter tlmo thnn wo anticipated.
Wo are determined to close this sale at tho end of next week, which com
(1 pe'ls us to malte utero marvelous price-cutting.
Men's Suits. fancy plaids
manufacturer's price 11.00, our 48
Men's (Suits, well midt,
plain and fancy effects.
Manufacturer's price $10.00, our
Men's Suits, all-wool, nicely
111.00, our price .
Men's Worsted Suits. Man?
ufacturer's price JfU.OO. our ?jj?r JJJ
Men's Overcoats, blue and
blnck. Manufacturer's prlco
$4.00, our prlco.
Men's Rnrltan Overcoats, 70
per cent. wool. Manufacturer's dJ'O Qn
prlco $S.00, our prlco . ?p.J.7/
Men's Fine Kersey Overcoats,
Manufacturer's prlco $11.00, our ^jj eJq
Men's Fine Melton Overcoats,
Manufacturer's prlco $U.00, our <J?^
Children's Suits, doublo
breastcri Btyles. Manufactu- AOr
rer's prlco $2.c0. our prlco . 0/w>
Children's Bulls, beautiful
styles. Manufacturer's price $ i zti
$3.00. our prlco . ?pl.OA
Children's Bults, all wool,
sizes un to 16 years. Manu- <t 1 Oft
faeturtr's price 14.00, our pries.. ?P1?'?*
Children's Pants aees 4 to 14
vcars. Manufaclur?r's prlco On
35c, our price. 7 '
You have never seen tho like of these raro bargains. It's honest,
true. Your personal inspection will convince you of tho fact.
I Cannon Ball Clothing Co..
ik^^OPPOSlTE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, S19 MAIN ST., NOItFOmC, V,,^^j|
An Endless Assortment of Suitable and Appro?
priate Christmas Gifts
An endless assortment of sultabla and
appropriate Christmas Gifts in Cabinets,
Furnlturo, such as Chlffonlercs, Side?
boards, Odd Choirs. Morris Chairs, Fancy
Rockers, Desks, Easy Ohalrs, Toilet Ta.
bles^JUldleal-Desks, Odd Parlor Plfflrn?,
Divans. Darning Tables, China Cases,
Combination Cases, Muslo Cabinets.
Thcro Is scarcely a housekeeper who
docs not need some new furniture, car?
pels and draperies at this season of tho
yen.r. and it is a good convenience to get
these things on credit. Wo offer you a
choice from our mammoth new stock on
practically your own terms. Small, week?
ly or monthly payments. All we ask or
oxpect. Every quality In this storo Is of
guaranteed reliability?every prlco is
marked In plain figures. All cturpota
made, lined and laid free.
Meet Your Approval.
Our Stock is Larger than Ever Before.
All tho latest Ideas and designs produced this year are now on exhibition at
our storo more abundantly than ever. Our lino of
STERLING TOILET WARE.
In tho handsomest ever shown In Nor folk. Wo havs Brushes and Combs for
jht set, all sterling, larger and moro elaborate designs for H.00 and
$5.00 In cases, and with mlrror?, $3.00 and $12.00 aro beauties. Our specialty this
year 1a Rings. Our stock of theso goods Is tremendous. New patterns from tho
smallest baby ring- to the finest diamond.
We Have Silver Novelties in the Greatest Abundance*
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF CHAFING DISHES,
from 13.00 to $5.00 each. Flno Pocket Books an .lard Oases at all prices from too.
to $10.00 each?new and elaborate designs. In point of goods wo ?ro second
to none, and our prices wo guarantee tho lowest.
The Live Jewelers.
Cor, Main and Bank