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:WTHE NEWS FROM THE OL,D NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPTTAK
OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER Dr. Holladay Still President of the . A. and M. College, THE DEADLOCK UNBROkEN i irriidii or;iiu Mircmnor Postponed to July 6 ? Trinity College Ornit> uiitrn ? Commencement Kxorclneia or ' l>avid?on College?St. Joun'a Ony nt .lie Oxford Orphnnngc?TUo I'eiiKvnlInry l'hyslclau Unrred. P.nlelgh, N. C, Juno 8.?Col. A. Q. Holladay is still president of the A. and M. College, and will remain so for another month. Tho trustees have been unable to elect his success and ho will hold over until they do elect. Two ballots were taken for rresldent yeitorday, and as they showed that the deadlock was still unbroken the board adjourned till July 5th, hoping to have I etUr luck then. The motion to adjourn was made by a Winston man end seconded by a Primrose supporter aal carried almost unanimously. The next most important thing clone hj the board 'was to separata the chcirs of agriculture and horticulture, with a full prof.-ssor, at f 1.S00 a year, at the hoad or each. This will make another vacancy?professor of agreulture?to ba filled by the board in July. For at that meeting' it is expected to elect both a president and all members cf the faculty. TRINITY GRADUATES. The graduating class of Trinity Col? lege this year Is composed of eleven ye?ng in mi and one young lady. Tho young lady was Miss Isabel Elias, daughter of the Hon. Hope Ellas, and she was the sixth yojing lady who ever l.Ivcd a diploma from Trinity Col? lege. Tin entire class and their homes ai ? follows: Messrs. W. H. Adams, of I >? nv< r. this State; J. H. Bornhardt, Mt. Pleasant: E. T. Howling. Durham; 1.. W. Ellas, Franklin; lt. B. F.therldge, Manien: D. \Y. NcwBOm, Littleton; L. C. Nicholson, Rlchlnnds; H. M. North, Latirlnburg; \V. X. Parker. Morgan ton: K. R. Welch, Red Springs; F. T. Willis. rCllxabcth City, and Miss Isabel Ellas, Franklin. The class was a small one. but what was lacking In numbers was made up tn Intelligence. The intellectual ap? pearance of thi- rlass was equal to any that ever left the college. OX 1 I IRD ORPHAN? ASYLUM. Preparation are already In progress nt the Oxford Orphanage for the cele? bration of St. John's Day on June 24th. Tie re will be an old fashioned basket picnic and songs by the children. Ex erclsea In memory of the late J. H. Mills, founder of the Institution, will be held on this day and memorial nd i!' scs w.ii he delivered by General w. R. Cox. of Washington, D. C, and Dr. J. D. Hufham, of Henderson. DR. ROGERS BURNED OUT. There was an episode at the peniten? tiary yesterday that would not have been wholly devoid of humor, had there not been such a prodigious amount of disregard for a man's rights a; d feel? ings in it. It has already been not^d in these columns h iw Capt. Day had, without, dismissing Dr. Rogers, the physician, Kor... ahead and appointed Dr. MeKee as physician, or rather had given Mc N'ee a not,- to Manager Arendell, say? ing be (Day) had appointed him <Mc Kcc). It has been told also how Hog? ers had determined to continue in the discharge of his duties until lie?rrrd been granted the common courtesy of being notified to quit. Dr. McKee had also been going out and going through the hospital. Yesterday morning Dr. Rogers -wont to pay his morning visit to the sick In the penitentiary but was denied admis? sion by the guard with a gun. KltKNTttl*. iSpecial to Virginian-Pilot.) 'Edentorfi N. C, June 8.?Mrs. Elisa? beth Williams leaves to-day for her home at Bramblcton, accompanied by Mrs? Pat Elliott, At a recent meeting of the Masons of our town, they elected officers for the ensuing term as follows: W. M? Mr. E. R. Conger; K. W., W. J. Leary, Jr.; Jr. W., J. R. Wheeler; Treasurer, T. E. Gardner; Secretary, fj. P. llogart; Rep? resentative. L. F. Ziegler. Senator Thos. G. Skinner, of Hert? ford, is In our little city this morning. Mr. and MBB. .1. C. Klttrell left this morning for Klttrell, N. C, to spend the summer. Mrs. W. J. Leary, Sr., and Miss Claude Woortnrd are at Norfolk on a visit to relatives. The town Councllm'en will meet to? night, at Which time it will be decided whether whiskey shall be sold North of King ?treet in our little city. KI.OM ( OMJiUK, THE TENTH ANNUAL COMMENCE M ENT OPENING PROGRAM. Elpn College, N. C, June 8.?The tenth annual commencement of Klon College opened last night with the fol? lowing pro/gram by the society repre? sentatives: Mated, Valse Rrilliante, two pianos. Misses Gay, Elliott, Wat3on and Pritchett. C. J. Green, Phllologian, Suffolk, Va. Subject: Hldd.cn Stars. Mamie Holland, Psiphellnn, Holland, Va. Subject: Only a Strand o'f Silk. Cecil, I Hear Thee Speak of a Better Land, (Mrs. Hemana), Tenor Solo, Mr. George Whltley. C C. Jones, Clio, Holland, Va. Sub? ject: The Influence of the True Wo? man. Lizzie Jan? Long, Pslphelian, Hol? land, Va. Subject: Society's Utopia, Rotoll, Too Young for Love. (Oliver Wondell HolmeB), Contralto Solo, Miss Alma Hillott. 3. F. Black. Philologien, Harrison burg, Va. s-abject: The Master ef As? semblies. Carl H. Horndon. Cllo, Elon College, N. C. Subject. A Lesson From the Enemy. Keith, Spanish Suite, Plan? Duet, Misset Cay and Elliott. The music -was of a very high order and rallectfA great credit upon the tea&heri of that department. The speeches and essays 4>y the representa? tives of 4he several societies were far above the avers^u and held the close attention of the large audience pres? ent. The number of visitors from this and adjoining States Is larger than usual and others are coming on every train. hai,irax ho*d?. BANK OF WELDON SECURES THE ENTIRE ISSUE. _ Weldon, X. C, June 8.?The County Commissioners yesterday afternoon re? ceived and o] ened bids for the $15,000 of 0 per cent. Halifax county bonds. Thero wee ten bids, all being for the entire amount with the exception of Mr. Hoffman & Bio., of Scotland Neck, who bid for $2.000 at 102>,2. The other bids were as follows. R. T. aud R. L. Gray. Raleigh. $16. 087.60; Seasengood & Mayer, Cincin? nati, $16,109.50; Bank of Scotland Neck. $105.50; Dlnnlson, Prior & Co., Clevejand, O., $16,126.60; W. J. Hayes & Spa, Cleveland, O., $16,427.00; New First National Rank, Columbus. O., $15,883.06; N. B. Joseph. Seo'tland Neck. $106.25; Bank of Weldon. $1(1.087.50; Duke SI. Fossen. Chicago, $105.00; W. A. Demn, Scotland Neck, $10X00. The Bank of Weldon having made the best straight bid Rets the entire issue of bonds. The other bidders, ap? pearing a little higher than the Wel? don Lank had conditions attached to their bids, which amounted t.o an option on the bonds only, and the Board of Commissioners so decided._ ELIZABETH CITY. The The mo meter at 98 in the Shade. Trnimirtlan? lu the Mayor's Court New lte?itici>co- Property Trans? fer?A Welcome Addition? Colored Hook and Ladder ( om puny. (Special to VIrglnlan-Ptlot.) Elizabeth City, N. C, June 8.?The thermometer stood 9S In the shade yes? terday tit 4 p. m., and bids fair to go still higher to-day. Work is almost at a standstill on account of the oppres? sive heat. THE MAYOR'S COURT. In the Mayor's Court this morning the following cases were heard: Isabella Brocket and Ella Wheeler, charged with disturbing the peace ami using profane language on the street; lined $2.50 and costs each. Frank Reynolds, fast driving; fined $2 and eosin. One drunk, ordered out of town. NEW BUILDINGS, ETC. Mr. W. M. Baxter has laid the foun? dation for a fine residence on Russe street. Messrs. Chilcott and Bramble have the contract. Mr. M. G. Wright and wife trans? ferred by bargain and sale yesterday to Mrs. Mary L. Jackdon, their house and lot on Road street for $1,025. A WELCOME ADDITION. Mr. L. W, Norman, of Hertford, N. C, Is in town to-day prospecting, we understand, with a view to moving; here. Mr. Norman already has some business interests In the town, being part owner of the Elisabeth City Brick -Wnrk*:?1-re?la .1 man of?>, unaideiable push and enterprise, and our people will give him a hearty welcome. The colored Hook and Ladder Com? pany a short time since had the mis? fortune to lose about $5>0, which they had set apart for uniforms. This was never recovered, but other arrange? ments have been made by which the company lei enabled to order uniforms, to arrive about the 25th of this month. A large number of men engaged in the life-saving service have been In town for several days making their summer purchases, In consequence ot which our merchants have enjoyed a go id trade. Mr. Peacock, of ftoper, N. C, are vis? iting friends and relatives in town. RESTORED Men, IT jrflu tnircr from nur or Ihn troubles reNHlll.itf IrSIM yoillhllll error?, you may be cured periiiHi.ciU I.V by IKl.|l,|T III). OIU l?r. Mull,nil WoiMlrrliil I'.lectrle rill?. * Sexually Weak Married or Single Men, who are suffering a Hogging of their powers or from premature old age, use these wonderful Electric Tills, which re? store the wrecked and deb I'.iated organs to perfect vigor arrest premature ex haustation, Impart ton? and energy to the blood and fully restore the nagging powers and dormant energies. The pills have cured many thousinds of men who had battled for years a?alnst the mental and physical suffering of lost manhood. It Is a home treatment, and all men who suffer with any form of sexual weakness.; premature loss of sex? ual strength an<t memory, weak hack or emaciation of parts can cure themselves at home They stop night drains at once. Price $1 per box, or 6 boxes, full treat? ment, $5. lMis sent closely sealed, all charges prepaid, day order Is received on reoelpt of price. Sfioclal directions sent with each order. OUR MEDICAL BOOK describes above-named troubles; also Stricture, Varlcocele. etc. 8end for it to? day?our Institute citabllsed UI8. Address MAI S.'X IT .1IED1VAI. INNTITU fSj, ltJi Court (iirtei, s.euc. Maws* Book for Men free. i ' V.1T-I.IM3MV. ' A\r<?gc?iulcPrepfljationforAs sirniiflUng iteTi^andficgirSa ting Oic Si?O?riB.<!u^a\\-eJsor J\mf*va Said fflmS PrwrKite9lJigBstioT?,ChBeirul ttess ahcj Rcst.ContaJns neither Opium^iorphine nor iiliiieral. NotNab?otio. <b _-_ Apctfect Berncdy for Constipa? tion. Sour Stomach .Diarrhoea Worrns .Convulsions .Feverish ocssandLossOF SLEEK facsimile Signature or "NTEW YORK. EXACT COPJTOF WRAPPEB, S ELECTRIC FSNS S I COOL AS A CUCUMBER, "1 QiVS STOVES, to 9 k the only thing for Summer Cooking. Jewel Gas Stoves for a short 4 time more only $7.30. Connections free. I CITY GAS CO. j JOHN 0. GftMflGE ESTABLISHED /365. Sewer and Weil Pipe BRICK TILE ALL SIZES. Lime, Cements, Plaster, Bricks, Laths, Hair, Shingles, Flooring Etc WOODSIDE'S W HARF NORFOLK, VA. TO CONTRACTORS MID BUILDERS When in r.eed Of BUILDING MATE RIAL, Window and Door Frames, all kinds TV n Work. Bracket Work. Stain Worn In any design, also Mantels, ehe.v, and high grade.; all k'nds Moulding, Church Work, Bar Fixtures Oet orlce* from W. E. WINBORNE, BERKLEY. VA. ?AGENT FOR WINBORNE & REA, EDENTON. N. C. A full stock of the. above mentioned material. Storehouse near Ferry Bridge Berkley. Phone No. 1.309. auli-ly DO YOU KNOW WHHT ? RENOVATING HAIR MATTRESSES. We have all kinds in stock, and mad* of ?est materials. .WILLARD E. BROWN. 1S3 Mala surest. Potato Bugs, Paris Green. The season is here for potato bugs and ? Paris Green is the best known poison to destroy them. We have a large supply which we offer cheap Burrow, Marin 8 81 296 Main Street,Norfolk, Va PATENT MEDICINES AT COST. THE VIRGINIA 172 Main Street. TTcaiQiiartfrs for the ?mly genuine Frei.i ll Vienna and Horn??Atado Bread to Iii? city. F.incy Cakes nnd Ice Creams of every description known tu the art. Have you tried our sparkling; Soda? All syrups drawn from Bla;=s Jars. Syrup made from fruit Juices only. No extracts used A trial will convince you. In the, Cafa you can he served with all the delicacies of the season prepared by French Chefs. Specialties each Saturday, WATCH THE WINDOWS. ELECTRICITY IS LIFE! If you are stck lay prejudice aside and call and investigate the Wonder of Nature's Cures. _^REMEMBER_-> THE STATIC SPRAY Is No Jerking, Shocking Battery Treatment. The pleasantness of this treatment has astonished many here already. Why wear an imperfect fitting Truss when we are trained in this work and guarantee satisfaction ? , Our own make lilectric Belts are a wonder in giving strength. New York Medical Co.; Consultation Free. J5I Granby St* IT'S THE TRUTH! Everv ono must admit that wo nro tlio 'VJole Agents" tn Norfolk for the best Refrigerator in the world; namely: Tlio "EDDY" REFRIGERATOR, which soon pay for themselves by the savins ltl your lce> bill. These Refrigerators ure 01 trueted on Bclentl ? ; rlnciples, tho result of tlfty years' experience, an<J remember "Experience la i!iu best teach er." We also handle tho other standard makes. Oo=Carts and Baby Carriages. If you are In need of a Go-Cnrl or Daby (.".irrlnpo you want tho very host made. "Tho Whitney Can und Oo-Carts, which you can only purchase from us being their "Solo Ay -ut>" In Norfolk. T^MTTINGS. Tho largest line, gr? U at a irtment, best quality and lowest prices on Mat* tings ami Floor Coverines of ovary description. All laid frco of charge. FURNITURE. suitable to ull tastes tied prlcos that lit thepoekft, for furnishing tho whole housa from cellor to garret. V?re.li Rockers, Chairs and Settees, furnished In Rod and Green, at extremely; low prices. CHSH OR CREDIT. I Lawn and Veranda Swings. 8= PRICE $5.00. A pleasure to young or old, made of hard wood, n'eely painted. A movement of the I ot elves conftant motion. Heats are adjustable to any position, reclining or upright. Make your purchase early, to avoid d<-lay and disappointment. I NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO., 1 S= 88 iinil 40 lT>fIO:v ST. |3 : Agricultural Implements and Poultry Supplias, ^ ^ McD. L. WRENN, President. E. C. GUNTHER, Treasurer |3| = GEO. B. TODD. Manager. ' 2 ? ?????????^?OO^-^??*>?*>?*> ??>??>? Sensational Hair-Price doming Sale. Too large a stock i f M< n's and Hoys' Pine Summer Clothing at this time of the season. Itaih'i than drag alonpr until tho end of tho season to clear out our stock wo ih> It now. when you need them most. No mat. ter w hat our form. . prlct * were, this sale ineana that you can coma Into this store, ma'- - ??tA.? I'nria ?nH raw ln?t ur selections and pay just HALF THE PRICE thai clothing of equal value will cost you elsewhere. Make a not? of these few of mau. . ins offered in this tir.al clearanco of Summer Cloth? ing. 0 0 ? Men's. Ofltee, Coats, of a steel grey material, welt mud.-. Thi wish tub Will not harm them. A smlll lot only. 23C. Men's Fine %UI-Wo< 1 Royal Blue Serge Suits, fully warranted In every particular. Another .: l or money re? funded should they ever change color. They will be quick Belters .u . $6.45 Men's I/r.en Cra-sh Suits, well tailor? ed, thoroughly shrunked, over^stltched 6cams The? throe dollar quality at? 1.73 Boys' Washable Kneo Pants small , ',. v plaids and fancy stripes. Sizes ?j to 10 year.-. They arc wonderful values at per pair . 9C. Boys' Double-breasted Linen suits, well tailored, pearl buttons, non irlnking. Von would have thought II ei reasonable at two dollars, but at this s.Uo prl.?e . 95C Boys' Fancy Wash Suits, in Blouse styled, large sailor collars. Excellent r.uico of colors. Worth J1.00. Your choice at. ....... 49C. CANNON BALL CLOTHING GO., 219 MAIN ST., Opposite Academy of Music.