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Haleigh, N. C, Fbraary 189H. II. W. Norrin, supervisor of Public Schools In Wake county, is reported ae- rinuilf til at Kii It... nn springs. Three doctor are attending turn anil be I said to be very low. He ia sirk with t j phoid-pneumonia. Articlrs of aKrrementw-re lut wrek liled fr the "Dnrliarn Uoiery Milln with J S Vurr, ',, M Graham, Paul C. Graham, Tho. If. Martin and W.J. Grlswohi a incorporators. Incorporat ed for i" years, capital stork f 0,(j(r with privilege of lnrreair.gto.i)0 0X). NORTH UROUHA WASHINGTON C010NT. SOME PEOPLE YOU KNOW PARTICI PATE IN A PLEASANT MEETING. Tie finishing torches ar- now being put on the new annex for the mate de partment at the Central Hospital for the Insane, soiithwfct of this city. The building is a beauty and is equipped with all convenience and equipments. The rooms are finished in beautiful steel ceillnsr. which l?nd a nlrsaant 4. . ... . . eneci. i ne annex lias a capacity fo ofiimolatinif 120 patient. It wi "ruujueu in win near lumre, The ;State Auditor made out the war- a m a a . ... rams ior ine scnooi uistricts which toted the special tax lait August. Thin i -- - . i i i . i . . . . lait legislature which for every dollar of fl that a diitr!ct votes upon itself the state will give another dollar, and . i . . . -. . . , . - . iim sinie ai.propnaieu a.u,uw lor this purpone. The warrants were made out last week according to this agree ment. The total amount was t5JHrl.ll. ileum cuuiuy rasi, in jnecaienourg which received any of this money was Greene county. One township voted me special tax there. Elfewhtre in thin Itiue of Tiik Cic- r ac II be an set of the provided that this special tax imn win ie ioujiu an aovrnisemein of The Educational Ilurrauof Italeigh, under the management of Mr. Charles f I'trkap nhn turn t.tml.. n . .. ..... ir 11 IB IIUIII ur r Ml Jf rill has successfully conducted the bureau air. laraer naa neen secretary or T lie North Carolina Teachers' Assembly, ' out owing to me increase or ins busi ness has been compelled to resign that otlice in order to Rive his entire time and attention to the Bureau. '('...I.o.j . .,, .! I it, mr iiri n nini nuiuui lU III IM I b( r CHIP II MSVtlt will uo well to correspond with Mr. Parker when in need of anything in Tne the way of school supplies, teachers or ee. Mini i ii ii s kb iracuern. i ii k i a i i;an I a : heariy recommends him to the people of the .State as a faithful and hard working manager. Fifty Years Ago. Srandfather'a halt And within It you se, GrsodfatlWe favorite cough retaedy. Whether 'twas Athma, Bronchitis or croup, Or baby at nlgbt waked the houie with a whoop, With Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral Cran'tber waaaure Tkstjio cold or cough would e'er fall of a to I?," change, but the record will ahoiy Cougha are cured as they were S0era ago. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has no equal as a remedy for coughs, colds, and lung dis eases. Where other soothing elixirs palliate, Ayers Cherry Pectoral heals. It is not a cheap cough syrup, which soothes but does not strength en; it is a physician's cough remedy, and it cures. It is put up in large bottles, only. iw nousenoia use. It was awarded the medal at the "World's Pair of ninety -three. It has a record of 50 Years of Cures. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I'awa Resolutions Kndorsina; National Chairman Jons' Address And Call a State Ooaventlon to Meet In Raleigh, May th. einocratic executive commit- orth Carolina held a meeting How tar North Carolina Ml i Pimi Soma Kvaalaa: Carolina Oysters rig. ars) la tha frogramns - Bandsoaaa Waanaa aa4 tloatst Tat. Washington-, U. C" , K b. 20 The meeting of tbe Noith Carolina So ciety, of thlictty, last t'riday night, waa fraught with many pleasing in cidents, a ad all who were so fortu nate aa to be present v ul not soon forget the delightful and memorable occasion. Dr. Walter C. Marphy presided with ease, grace and dignity. He announced, after welcom ing the gukbts in befitting manner, that owing to tbe generosity and kind thankfulness of Dr. Elisba Por ter,' President of the "North Caro lina Piscatorial Association" tbe So ciety would be treated to luscious bivalves from Dr. Porter's North Carohca oyster fartu. Tbe committee on arrangements bad decided that for this occasion it would be eminently appropriate to have a bacqaet and speech-making, therefore responses to toasts were made by many promirent North Car olinians now in tbe city. The first response was made by the vice-President, James B. Lloyd. He spoke of the "North Carolina So ciety,'' giving brit Hy an account of it from its organizition, and bow pleasant had been the monthly re unions of tbe North Carolinians. He said that the conspicuous and dis tinguishing characteristics of North Carolinians were that they are brave, true, patriotic, conservative, but when they are stung by oppression there are no people so quick to re sent an insult or resist oppression this was evidenced by their conduct nnA. tn tha K'vn ntinn Anil in inn - . . " late war the bravery and resolute spirit of North Carolinians were e eiviag party wera Mesdanea W. C. jiurpny. Laantr, Mania, rcinnr, Marion Butler, Z. B. Vance, J. U. BeiUcd Klliworth.and Miwei Bub op, Anderson and Young. STATE NEWS- Henry Able shot Mark lthlne hart Wednesday nlgbt in Wayne ville. Able was Jailel. Hhlnehart Ifi badly wounded. lxulsburg last wefk suffered from a 20,0U0 fire. Severa.1 brick buildings their htock of goods, an? a complete lo. l)urin' the forest tiros on Big Swamp. In Kotx-son county, the It yearold ton of Df-nnls Iawtion, was surrounded by the names ana burm-d to death. J lis body was not found till next day. The Mrst meeting of the fctock- lmlrlor.4 rjf the new cotton mill at Albemarle, the "Wiscassett," was . . . rr ht-ia Tliursuay at uoncoru. iub mill starts off with a capital stock of $20O,OUO. Stock will begin to be paid m on March isi., ana wor. will begin at once. Tlio branch of the Atlantic Coast J.no between Klrod and Ashpole . a .. II has been com Dieted eleven mues tnvl that it is te be ex tended to Hub, X. C, eleven miles further. Siilnev Ciriifir.'n vouth of seven tw.n shot and kllbnlKlla Williams a sixteen year old miss in Cleve land county because she wouia not elope with him. After shooting his sweetheart he killed himseii. Jr. JohnT. Patrick, of l'ine Bluff wrUes inquiring if any briar root, mountain ivey, can be obtained in I!j i,i.(iin Thi frrent.lv in tlfl- x ll v -a. a" w a inand now for 'the manufacture of nines. The sunnl v in 1- ranco is in-. a a adequate. Materials for the foundation of the Alumni hall at the State Uni- voraitv :iro hi'intr nut in nlace. aud work on the imildinsr will be begun - C7 --' as soon as spring epens. The corner utrnr will rir Inirl .Tune 1. and Col. J. 8. Carr will be tlwj- orator of tho occasion. GETTO MOV mvjin$x&miutt. If ah k !to An Alliance Ntorr. Mphmm. I!. lrhy,T. K. I'.inery, J. J. Hoiren. W. II. Worth,.!. W. Denmark, II. W. Xorri, .1. J. Hagwell and ot hers have organized themselves into a com pany to nell ahoen manufactured by t tie IlilNhoro factory of the State Alli ance, in Kuleigh. Mr. .F.J. Kogern was elected Presi dent; T. K. Kmery, secretary, and It. Irhy, hiMineHA agent of the county Al . i . . ...... .i n nance, wai necieu ireiisurrr nuu iiuu- ager. The capital stock of thrf company i" it IW'll iml tlmv wilt kvpn a ntirk nf . ..... ...... - Alliance shoes on hand at Irhy store in this city. Mr. Irby'a bond is placed at l-'.HM). THE DIFFERENCE ueiu, ii. j. ionoon, i . . npruni, .i, i -i ; It. Young, ;a. E. Waters, Samuel M. paid the North Cirohna troops, by (latria llarait Clirliinn Vmta II I tha immArlnl T.OO whf fit tliA battle Neal, Paul H. Means. S. J.' Pemberton, of Appomattox, just before the Star A. D. Watts, II. . Varner, II. N. Hack- 0f the Confederacy sunk in the dust ett, J. K. Lewellen and S. Galleart. of defeat, on seeing a stalwart, brave sented by proxy: Col. Julian S. Oarr zation or ort ii Carolina is a pare oi 1- - i 1 vr..! i r I m air a Nnrth l orn ins. eminently ac-n 1 to some or the proceed- amj wnerea9 this committee is the cus- I spicuous among the brilliant galy Commission, Major Wilson Uodlan of the interest of said organi- of States. I Commission, Major N llson todlan of the interest of said organi- r a reporter if he applied Z8tion jn Xorth Carolina, ined reduced rates on S. Resolved 1. That the committee n's furniture to Round pn(jora8 the natriotio address of our Jtetwren M. Wllnon anil Mr. lVaraon KnnnloR Itallrnad Katlag llooaei. Incidental inns of the was anked by for or ohtai . Knob. His reply was that he had no ..recollect ion of doing so, hut it might ' have been done, because he knew that it had been a custom of railroads to transfer furniture free for parties opening railroad eating houses. He then : referred to tne lacs vnai oiuuns aioner Pearson must have had, at one time, the advantage of this custom. He said : . . k 'Mr. Pearson, associated with Capr. W. I.Sprague,etablishsd the railroad hotel built in the vicinity of Round Knob, for some years the terminus of tliri Western Norm uarouna naumau Their furniture 9 n a rn nviif olina Railroad, as was also all supplies ror the same. Commissioner Pearson's attention was called to this statement, and he ""Yes, it is true; I built a hotel at Henry's in 170 for Mr. W. I). Sprague, and the same was operated jointly for two years. The tlitlerem e between the Major and myself is, I disposed of my hotel twenty years before my anoint ment as Railroad Commissioner, and he disposed of his after having served six years and while still serving as Railroad Commissioner, and after he was notified by the Governor of North Carolina of his violation of the law. "I II VI " "J r J V w uiiuu .' k a a by Hon. W. R. Winston, JJ. S. Graves Dy lion. .mo. it. weoster, v. is. liou man by W. M. Bond. (. Ii. Patterson by II. (I. Connor. W. A. Dunn by F. R. Arendell.F. P.. Winston bv C. B. Ay- oock, James D.Glenn by F. A. Wood ard, Kd. Chambers Smith by R. R. Peebles, W. H. Bernard by Clement Manly. The following were the resolutions passed : "Whereas the Democratic organi zation of Xorth Carolina is a part of and nnvovarinrr hniiv ff men in auu uutiu,.v..ub " J quired: "Whose troops are those?" On being informed that they were "Cox's North Carolina Brigade," said: "God bless old North Caro Una!'' Hod. Charles H. Martin responded most fittingly and eloquently to the toast: "Tho Old Nortn State." H spoke in glowing terras of praise Cf the great people of North Caroli, and paid eloquent tribute to the vdn i i .1 i:i l .1 ... U . wu'i uau couiriuuieu su uiuuu tn WiuHinaro. X.C. I'eU ST, 1W I'.Mto Crcu r Tb e.itt4-at frefrrelir lis, lt Mllaalefiet fit, triet for th mmtm ra4tdat i 11 Belt Cof reeaional Urti ar Cradaailj fKuifc upD B. I. Kltb. ore cf oaf Dot vcrraatal tee tx.ro, ael evr who U fearir and awt- pokrt) smb pablie wetiona. lie U widely Dd favorably kiti bf all tbe totert of ft ! CBtrraieoat iMalricr.and t a (errral favorit re. (ardleaa of party. No trorffr mm could te put lo ocm.fiattoar for it lib eral I e(aM-rat a ati far biae'aln.ni. tte I'opulut and frr aiier Keb!i- can are now rbt tared tfcal II Mkn of all tl e forr t, irrrarr-tie 4 part i ( rrJIctlor. i ato!uie' t--varf to, Ce'rat a f!4 attodard randida'e itt oopatli with tb Iii4- lariilaMt1 THE MAYOR OF U)l Paino's Celery to Invigorate Compound Jovor Fails Him When Worn Out. it hat UMV.-kuw u AM I mvm u vi llllltrr. Situ ouia ii I abl V rrBrrlrbl uur r trla l I mm-m Nature Ls not riven proper aaaistanc. ,l"'a WcU B0B tborocM r I tried free ilrr man and lie oi u.e foia iarjoari wi uij nni m noppocent wi.rtbjof ttr.rir 111 d read r.tr I r use at this time. M ! iw. i.n:M IL N,1",l ar.a l ava, witb .uwuuj! trutU.K.ooorK.lieaodcorrUreS ak tat may happen, ever te nay t. He ia a ready CrU'rr. ild-birtix is fuS an apt aad rogeot tblaker. aid would . 1 1 ftfl ffaintaaani a a navl. a a m M nor given proper aaaUtanc r,rS I v-F IVI b VB I . . m 7 at tiA l-aMist' V,1-k at A? I ea a . ft m rm I (ia i am.ax & t A .i!..a.. 4 ihmw a a.i vvihii 'iiireiui T 1919 u u a luumenc. and when regularly ap I ate inience j to uoo. a till al 1L ta laWatat Will decile tie fac uf I l.r jtvild .tatd- ard in Ibis rouutry . a . ii monrj i neui To rrri ili a -.a rn- a puea several moiithj before baby comet, It makes the advent easy and nearly rain baa. It relieves and prevent " morning aicknea." relazea the overstrained mua- clea, relierea the distended feelinr. short- . . na aaoor. maaes recoverr raniJ and cr. I T r : ' ain mrin,, a . I "Dg lo Iree nit er aid : "Itiautlerlj tain vnUut .any dangerou. after-effect. futelo attempt toonrrt the be.- bwumts iriend u good for only on then by foolinr with hi Mich. Yh: to relieve motherhood of mut mah it." succes. it will t uard, and ued freely. Mr. Depew. of Near York, abmf tiatiie a a lower oi aireiiKio in ine Jiepubli- r, pi m h M . . . jjiiij in m itti ifrru irirr- tnirpose. -riz. danger and pain. One d4lar per bottle at all drug i tore a, or enl by express on rece pt vt pnee. Fata Books, contain i qk valuable Informa tion for women, will be Mat to any addraat Upon application to THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO AUaata. Oa. NORTH CAROLINA TALC MINES- A Strong Company to Operate Wear lhy. ' Mur- Mr. Keith will riri.te a ekn.l man t.. represent ine beat ben f tbe Wilniiog. ion -ongreaionj'litrict. and wej dob't believe tbe ao!d atamlard or. I shippers of , the -jcod of creed," will piiibsu uu--rllcli. ' air. Keith wouia mak an ideal candidate, and woulJ be elected. 'fhe pritnariea will do well to in struct their delegates tw tbe next Con gressional Convention to vote for Mr. i Keith, for he has been, and is, closely identilied with those elements of poli tical reform and civic progress o much desired by the voters of this dia- iri i ana Mate. WlLMIKUTOXIa.f. Tbla Is Like It Is In all Cooattea Where! Tbera baa Itaea a Cbaaae. Chatham Citizen. VU Fiioh a Imrrra riltnncit nf talAwraal lllirinrrtlio vuiip I .V.N. I no i- ill lit V T r . . I . . . .1 ...t-irv i - l-i f on I Iril 1 i( 1 1 o 'a it . .i I l . i m ... I jii M I I ii I I . 1 1 f nuuu it ii v. .v 1 1 1 n i n ti n nkuccoii n-At-ina T r tha i v:i uari ui iiv ti iui'i ri I f n f'l ill 11 1 . wmmMJ UUVU I VI U1C I 4W U9 fcV IUV I ? . V J J t . w v. V t. 1 J i.iiiiici l iiuiHHiiMU'i uii ouiijimpriiiiiiirn nr mr Man thv a rottn ini rnm in tho vicin.ty" of his home, erty and tb near Arf'-jrrrand placed in the Ashe- modeling i ville jaV Later ho was removed the latest to Hodersonville jail, accompa- chinery, nieu lt a jjuard or eight men. plant. What promises boheKone of the most prosperojjnTns in this sec tion of thgjite has recently been opened ere by Pope Bros. well fcnern as jne reoent owners of the iCJokee mine in Georgia. They kaf jast purchased the property 11CA' . InmnflQ Irnwn a tha Man tlm oQtJhicb a large deposit of talc was n.t.. 1 1 i : . u jfrnxhtaiiii uuiuYereu uieviuus iu iu nciwn ui death of Mr. Maultby. A laree plant I commissioners who wero antwint C . 1 . I . . I .1 I . 1 1 it.. !... I. I . I. 5 laic went wnn xne prop-1 uu uy 1110 i.fces. nuriii iin- e present owners are re- year 18'J7 the county had aboard . '. ' , V. . ... I . . I h I be rnmhined IVntil. a fiartv llvnnt. tand thoroughly adding oi county commissioners that was I r "t; l.'JI and most imoroved ma-1 elected by the people. The board ..; .... .. .Li..:..i,.. including a s eam he isting elected by the people spent In bjr tL democrats to succeed htiuelf . - V Ik i !a . r a k. . av - a A l . V:.:& mmmmMmw' K j Maror Kamsdell is arsln rnstor of I.ynn. Two years ago be was elected Dr. SteDhen B. Weeks gave a interesting and instructive adds on "North Carolina Folk Lore.T)j)c . . a . I 1 mirable advantage nis orinia w a guard of eight men. plant or i rrii 1,1 I Tinder tho Airantinn "7 iyuuueii-jfiii-uiu uauLutci ' . r i . . . ? , I C3l 1 J 11 l "l paries ounorsky, a prominent ouiuouuu, weu tuuw .t Geman citizen of Hendersonville, cal mining superintendent w&. i .i j. .1 ii. inipiinn?iloti of men Iirs honn at vnrlr " "t UU I Ilt'U IU UCttlU jasi iuuisuaj. - SU . : tua time rfL&t 0ttncr tho mino ' IIO V ilS It-IIIUV 1UK 1 uuuisu uuui iud t o- - trj I garden, and in collecting some and it is expected that grinding " leaves that were burning, her clotn- ie win oegm ing accidentally came in contact Ihe output or - . i i 1 1 i i r a V. . I no. rt (fvAnii A wun tne names, anu oeiore v.. . suuu iv u.ij o" could be extinguished had burned tor tne sale or it will be opened in Another an.tak.r her so seriously that death resulted Uewiors ana cmcago. Chatham Citizen. in a lew nours aiterwaras. ". Wfl lfiarn lhRt ona conntv officer'a CbVA T CUb VI UIDH VT A. OUV AA tm AAA LUV HUD I . s-v r-a ... ml Yfrti tb a a fi n nv Aji an si Apr IIIO A)ivi t va Mavs'aife' f Which Wlla A IticbardeonCo Ilurltrglosi. : lientlemen : A retl4'is etperleo with 1'airie'e celery rntpMii4. as a restorer of eilisuted energy, ludored arai m f atil l laLai a f am r e l a I l.ai mm A i A . . . AT S) A . - . Wi A 4 l uuiiri ui tut" ma iff- nmna. nivini I a . iAa. . - a etting the mine in shape, The board appointed by the Bosses, . f. optnioni. lie has ne.er be.it.t expected that grinding wertJ only accountable to the .dtodfrUe biicoDiirtioniinpublir, gin in about two weeks, bosses, while those elected by the nor n.g ne ow to tapoU,e of the mill will be one people are accountable to the pec- the caue of the shoemakers and other md talc daily and effioes P1. waKe earners In IKUI be was candi- , s m;n u a : Ite of the l'eople s party for Con- r There is more Catarrah pecti in endorses the patriotic address of our National Chairman, lion. Jas. iv Jones, peeking to unite the nlver forces in . : i Hie linpenuing toiiKreHsiuiiai uoutesia. -------- 2 That the chairman of our commit- scholarly attainments, and . . . ...j . 1 1 . i'.... I t nl fovniliai-it-tr uritH Mftrth tion to meet in lUleigh, N C, on the history. He sustained his 2Gtb day of May, lS'JS, which early con- reputation as a scholar, thiy vantinn hna nnnrHme authi ritv and iiUtA.iinl nnimi j I . v. v v . r r - I llioiui Ivnl " liiv will shape all matters oi pariy poncy. .i. matin accoruauce wi lution heretofore adopted electors who intend to vote with us in V& tWfcdienct-. His in the next election and who desire the Jnnej re-e9taoii8nmen s oi ine aurio oaa.ou ovj , Q is v. verv nvuacuTB du- j a ;n.n..ftn. He scout- .j a. :j u vv.A.n North Car- olina is not as weal as some oth Rtotnc cVi ia nrit rich. i es, u 4i ; ih tn lovely wo i. 'j vi.onViond. the truest u eCa essentials to make a State great..'H His eulogy on the State was eloent and beautitui. Dr. P. B- Ahop, of thw eityi j 1.1 itl .ni. "The Medi sponaeu to iup "r" , , i P,rtfaan4fr..'' He paid a high tribute to t -c . AJ Oi Kicni ucaa. i , Jr; tViat tbfire were he numanityc.-, roes anofanaiiyio m VvTafiolrl fession 3jt as there were on the field of battliT He spoke feelingly -of the noblatffives and deeds ot isonn The Uangera of Spring. arise blood and a depleted vital tiuia may i Hood-. Sarsaprilla.. This great medi- 3 Tv ri iTn. , sign tbe bond cine cures all spring numors, nous, vv...t More incomoetenc ' ...t; o.i nH hir anri.hi no would seem that the industrv should I ore lncompeitncy . ciuiniuua v. ...... v.u..u.-l i . . . I I'U.ll.. IJ. r. .1 tt ! t o 1 1 i i r m Ihu lilnnll ii AUDInnmoo I1A TCrr nrnfl f O hi A vVlOTI POT1 1 11 PTPlI I VUOlUaUI 1H Mt. tirkr1 ffr.lincr n n fl irlvAA vitAllt.V I rkn VinainAce tirinninlae Vkir nrntiAA.1 great. A bard worker, a conscientious otticial. Mayor Kamsdell has more tban once been pusnea 10 ine nmii oi iiis IUIIU. XlitAF liimiilll' tionait nniniim ol . . ... t . l ll is great remruj iiuiiv u Diinvaarii aas I be letter ma' Chatham Record, please copy and f, nJ on who rr ci uuuico I s x a. w j f uiihiauiu wuvaA v w m a . I ini inws' tired feelina- and eives vitality on business nrincinles bv nractical inform the .News and UDservr. I N1AH hiuiiu i i.iaw irr n nivwta an awv of need, and 1 like to say a word for a friend. Trot your. Waiiaa I. HsMstiaii. N ov. 6. s a -ra sta avv wviaivww a..., , banks. newsnaDer oflicee whatever tho friction of worry Is wearing t tb nerves and reducing tbe nutrition of tbe body, I'aicee relery roinpoond proving us inestimable value, ii in. variably iusures sound ateep, and tbus gives I be overstrung nerves their nat ural rest; it corrects a const i paled habit that so commonly go-a wttb eedenlaty occupations, and frees lbs blood of poisonous bumors. that at some time or other develop into grave disease. ? Pills Lie. rvLLUkiu ih Carolina Railroad. gupremacy and honest and good gov vm transported free ernment in North Carolina, are cordi e Wentern North Car- ajjy invited to participate in all ou primaries auu uuuicuuuus. After the resolutions were passed the committee spent some little time in an informal discussion of the polit ical condition of the State and nation. "The King of France with forty thou- aanri mpn Marched up the hill and then marched down again." Ilua. M'gkr FAVORABLE TO THE NEW COMIS S10NERS. The U.S. Supreme Conrt latbeKemovai of the two Wilsons Postpones Contempt Proceedings -The Case Is to be Decided on Its Merits- this A special dispatch to the News and -mr -i - mm afsivanAnn amn lUUUU&J B1UC1UVUU ona a, wun iiearijf con- reputation as a scnoiar, iuia )iaa Z5 cents cants, backing or course pave Wrangel. Juneau, Dyea, or ne authority and historical writer. cnarv ' why HE 10INS THE PEOPLES PARTY. or adulterating purposes, the .firm k furnished on apphc 9 of P"7 Pllcy- Hon. R.Z.Linney.withThis spark- WHY HE JOINS intrtur considering the advisability of ;naiUng days of Steamer IA nee with the reso- lingwit brilliantflashf ?toJl' Prof. Mortson.c.nnot any ion stretch inR block3 0f it for fornace & Kranclsco, Portland, ,Tac ?oPvo?4 w thWu S'S plelsing anecdotes wdiftt tra- ConiClenc. to Rma,n in th. Part, which it is well adapted Seattle We can f urmBh to vote wun us in r- f;otj t,a. Aidienct. His .-..... "niUB ' , v. is o aliffht thrnurh tickets to Alaska oi " , G ovenay . . " Zua " t K K (ireatFalls ews, Momaua-i that the talc can OB miueu j Trof. Mortson.who has been a life- . method at a minimum cost longRepublican, has grown tired of the mountain stream hanfi'ineonio lueroeRc . thenno-h tne Diaue wn fortheWty of trust, to turn i the greater por- . al rt lTQ WH V M M. II 11 LUaCO vajvw a men. X 1 7 V' i'i ti i rtsu. " -- 1 ... . i .. iki mi vrrmi iu imw l toilet articles, lubn- win una n -w. u. d rtesto Wl -rr . and inicave vn" .r " -Cb.m,.t A A, nk a rfr a VI aTP n a Itllll I n Lymua B a X a I IVfll IIT nnaAoaiJ came, uoiu6 wran eei, juoeau, '-- . -- r . r . :a rtw arn anniir.BLiuiii oa inea from Tacoma and furnish VOU With Alaska toints. K Kehlasdkr, T.at'nr I'aSS. AP. 103. Red House, Chattanooga, Tenn. tne e u ol its . frt, li k aaniiin? in the 101 sensioie uio'c " ",T:r" i.,k f this lowing to tne ropuuon Cl'-IIaving decided to Fever my con- . . v. UoiMihliran nartV. 1 nection wim i"" . r - .-...iw vannnnf. Dermission to rebpeoLau..j ' miae to use ioinVOUrciuu.au" a " -- . invbest enoris i-u DC. "Tnr endeavors. The reopies irart. tion of the power reqiired. Men and medicines are judged ny Th oreat cures by wnat mey ou. -- ti iiaresnrilla Kive it a gOOQ juuuu a r name everywhere. Educational Bureau, RALEIGH. N. C, .' He paid a nign your endeavors, a B. rAhrahi im doctor, who in times Stands for the principles of Abraham Wur nskea nis 111.0 iuu'"- prllre8 nositions for teachers for reasonaDie cuirgc tM,ers to Kecommenus compcKcv --""- A long Joarney Chatham Record. A man passed tbwugh Uu. on last Saturday, traveling m e 8C e f or particulars. No barm to i .V.; a f rnm T)VraCU&i I Dnrk . w. Cotton Trust. Qr" V"1 S-- V,; StLta. He ,e?.r" V. " . MrtmPnt of SCbOOl The scheme for the Iounaa."" toDer. His vehicle was use an om an,th,ng neeaea in vo. i 2i 50 .Aa . rMratrU are tfce lal lsa 4 Do 1 You Want UC1 . .1 11 am I C hafliirAP Af tion of the country rt did n6t near eigantic cotton trust io 1UU, mv ambulance, but longer, auu possinie pric. . 5 ita . well as specula- 7 a0u.,: A,of ho nftnid sleep Our exhibit at the present staie turn vr, - ig was arraugeu ww- , - aa ,.rded a medal. Telearams of similar import were received by Gov. Rossell, commis. sioner Tearson and other interest Jfirhniiif acknowledged that i t,A i;irQ o viMnrv for the new Coi niissioners ana was a oiruuS "---j diseases put togetner, anu uuu i- menC -on Railroad Commission last few years was supposed to be in-1 m Chief Jugtice announced that v.1- Vnr m. ireat many years .ft.h fnr contemnt would doctors pronounced it a local dis- be con8idered on the briefs, together ease, and prescribed locai t) wun ine roouuu ui " anHKtf (inntrsni i v ibliiuu v v.- nun iu u10... . with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrah to be a constitutional dis ease, and therefor requires consti tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh m a 1 1 . T7' T fhAnAV (Tare, manuractnrea oy r . - . ""-j i niissioners anu -. J, & Co., Toledo, Ohio, ia the only con- that they would win out m the flgj , w, i iu t ,,v0f Ttl nrnminant Southern Railwayi stitntionai cure ou mo aPv..MV - . is taken internally in doses from iu orney ...a WmM. i - a m ab ennnnTtii. il auo " rectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case jt fails to cure. Send for circulars u.l loel mnn d 8. Auurrsn, i wneiuer a A c. m- and testimnmais. nvYj n. i- . that there was F J. ClltiNJ!.x w.. , - nd B0 thi Sold by Dru5gi. f i ob. . would be dismissed. II all s auiuv " .i anrt nnniis ul iiuim v i i.ton is vh as d wjv - i ih. ha unn n siecu r . . n..a conoBV""4""0! . i: was anaoeeu w iuow v v -- linaV greatest Physicians--- rs in that important commoaiiy, - v in -t i he f ound no con- and inomas wii DW-"r-- iely to be successiui. xb ? venient stoppmj? Place ai nigui. .u -lfov nf VinmanitV. I 1 . . J . tu n while the 1 veuiout . i j onH Wo r.;..0 th altar o humanity r t rr R-ii nf Newbetu, gave oml onlftndldlV PT6 enteriaiuiug " " , rVi n"fV, address on "The Close of the . i.v r,ir His remarKS ineieeniu diil.j. -- - ii : a onil showed ine Avere wen ib""i , - .i results of deep research and a weii- trained, discipunea minu Oar Debt to iueuiuiue tv --r told two months ago, wu. a companion had been a cog, anu a. rAa in GflSSUlU 111 VA V I - . -. m 1 KarAVO nATPltCU' convenuou tft that died a iew uj uow.y lauta. A plan was men ed here. reduce tne ao& , aome more nsto increase tne price vi i tm UAucias ";-- p(lk w a a I.neaormO' II V 11 I m 111 t " in the United S ates. mignaj Tm i Haaiai in kulluu in" i nr lwu. " i. or manufactured, is m ? wa very favorable to the new mt Gov. Russell saiu nis ieiegri cated that the question of cot .. 1 nrm a 11 n H.II1UK wi Ii" w. iun nf inrisdiction of tne whether a l eaerai queB.iuu is I Ji- "Our Debt to xueuiciuo r, -r -ta tne pr039ct, is "."-" pily and appropriately responded to JJ theP8jmpathies o the intarert by Dr. J. L. Battle, one of North cotton-growing districts as ni;oa TTunnrr rihvsicians, who is , ... th- view an effort is rapid y forging tJ the front in th - J - t" procnre the co-opera-i city. Dr. Battle's speech was well tU Representatives in Congress prepared, full of thought, and m Jolton States Wlth this good taste, jusi uo 0biect in view, rrice, ju.wi- - i Liss to state that Dr. Ba tie will; de- have for several liver an address on . w - weeks been in corresponuou va- 1 . J I 'rtTtrVVOCRTTlHII. iiltllUta, , senators auu . - ZX: liver an address on Wasmngun t- birtn-day to the children of one 1 u" , V,ila ?n this CltV. for KalalDK the VVJ v Itatlnl. I iir..n..nTn 1?fth. 22. A gecretary - ,w . i - - . n- vntive Committee of tne w&s signed loaay , v .k i'.iTinA Teacher's Assembly, and tne Merrm "V""'"-" North Carolina Aeaciier? i,,t Lnmn,,fnr raising the wi n,t in Secretary rararr. l V" ,? n K- -reckers aj 1, i.h the following memoero i-aiaiiiB. Viinonnn week with tne iohowiub I i 371 Der day and $100,000 Hta eSuI erintendent Mebane; t'resi- "Maine" is laoueu AlluXv of the Agricultural and jn 125 dajs. m han cal College ; l'rofessor uuney, of Ioalr f Wake Forest ; rmr 0 The Naval Court of Inq Trinity College; 8P """StUo; of the destruction Oreensboro, ana 'r ' dent R.tTre.hip Maine Lave co The absent members were: rwi" !iVI!?Z The croc( Orabam.of Charlotte; ' I.e ; ?r0n in secret sessioM ',i:ho.m.PrV7 7 r7n; le. Snperinten- tbe court completes it. dent Mebane was tpade chairman of the will be given out, ,or oiriu-vittj - , . oenaiuw : .1, - j I.. anhnn a n inis Ullli I 1 . -. n m&m nara 111 inn au e in- the leaumg 07 aa 1 them to Decouio mu..v . . respvuu.- -- visoiy committee 01 an urgau..v Daad." He v, Amorienn Cot con, ( Haywood and Vancegreat reu- vOl. JJ.J , tx" j TT I VISOIV UUiuiuuvw r i-i 4. bole the toast ,OurMonoreaeau. tobe-kntwa a8 tne American v-o.- spoke of ton-Gtowers' TJE; ana vuuvo 1 rpu iortrAir e.onon crow o j,w-.- u V,ira Hone SO I ? , : V.o aaaaOT An Old Sentlel. T7!-TiinfT Times says that 1 lit-; an am - 1 xue the swamp jSst in the rear of the residence , of xi KAnwnn wbich IS forty ! ";.0 and over one leet in ciituuiv..v--- . j j f in hptcrht. It nas nunureu iccu . " thorn for centuries of a silent sentinel aim passing events. m m $50 in Uoldi Will be Paid to any Man or Woman. Goods and prices guaranteed. Correpondence invited CUAjtLES J. 1 AKhfcKt Manager. Large Loans . . t 1 ta Tnaiirance Policies in Stan dard English and American Com-1 panies. I A PIANO K22 to adTto th. fame a,d. great- 'tt il 9,837,000 I 1 CLOi" as i Ucco Vt. 1 ed in this country was in the season i wasa vlii; .hii the smallest cotton crop "",Vk" "c" V "at.-star that no statute """r: "". r, ra was G,- uu i nnrini wmijv . to get nf Uer illustUOUS Staiesmeu nr,,nnn bales, in 18U-7,Ji. J-ne price fc"9 .ltf adorn -Statuary Hall" of the .capital -- went up t0 and above ork with-1 " i iort.a eloauently tor tnei aD.a "'..uIT.v.ats nlaceaetat- cen. . o ... ftpo in It remains for the celebrated to chronic disease ana cure uki . Ij::,.oaA OP cinesand evervthing necessary ior ca???5JbllSS: th, is no catch to it; P" nr-H -d tha money T npr rent, more than the compa nies themselves loan on the same policies at lower rates. Write or enquire . -PHILLIP WILLIAMS AVIRETT, Investing Agent English-American I Loan and Trust Co., Citizens National Bank Building, Raikigh, N. C. uutuumuuuuau That Will Please ? EREfT BICE. initiative w ... At cresenT, - wim . fn,thRrmore. tneonor ia gtniu buu " iniuaw amnrv nt some of North . ?i 0 .-o oni V1. the nrice is I "IwfILwe are financially reepon- . i ;cHncrTiished dead, ms ,& . e n .ul-nrott nnint reach-1 jible- .. a f-.i T il, i a .aruiiua o " - o . i i nnwn lu li.vi.. w i AT" it a rr.,V were received witn mucu . VUG u. I icuim . , aced noPun,r- ..5.. the resignation ;i ne nrsi. o. --r V .1 Parker. of the -ecrewr,, of! onice.ana siuwic ment. sdont- The following reouiunw" , SUCCESSFUL PHYS! We heartily recommend way & Co., oi as4 ooutu a lanta.Ga., as being perf and remarkably successful mentor chronic uc women, iney cure su- rt., readers if in neeu . nrit'.A 1 C3 nd until tion i v,r, hrferred cu - - in. I .l.nca PsnHCiaill nueui"'" l ti : . nnnan rn Tl u L iuiu ;:.t tribunal of the PeoPie" , " rf ;.t.iTAtinK th . i n whose memory use the e crop . , .!. -n,f..rwi tViB nnanti- W-utr:r-i. deeds the State will ever ?v?r-bv increa8e the auu aavw y . - i rv raiocvi love, Y. R . Cox, former Preside Pce oi . . : "The Execut ve tjommiiieo ,. should ceriaimjr '- Teacher's Assembly of North Carolina, nd you W1n ree leacner e o ..nation of Secre-1 ..tnininnof vour J in accepting j-. 90 at his LTirAnt cost: th rvi miiuiui i ......nrnii T.nnir cuicb. its appreciation " him INS. Gen. W. K. i;ox, zornwi Pleased With Cora Bate. A. M.tha. of the Society responded cme ium observer. Kd St. At- "The Ladies." ? -Thepeopl. of the Newbern section reliable mentary terms oi nmt ' , wa in are delighted with tne new r . I ii i.u . ; rmnii and nouie in I . w vr a mm nm vesteraaji n ine serve " . , ..f sata mr. x. - thit p men and JJ rth Carolina history. Said that P he retured from a visits that Pother fail. fhe erection of the handsome monu- It wiU result in all middle and edical help the Ve- t";Vi t- nernetuate the Ta?:rn Xorth Carolin buymg its corn - 7". : anil in assure etllcient aervitacr, --- -- that it is wim Vperetarf. The lnno-pr serve. . . . day. ecremy. ine 1 atealine is a dal Committee tb.nks bim for bis taun ui . , performance 01 uu , ----- -t,, mean to roo a n - roeL W.V. Whitsett principal of u Whitsett Insn the Association hiaad Doison. aaknes . ... which aflaet tha S!!L o me uu- iroiu ..-""-- . frther and and orl.sts diasasst m ...--..-;--..-- K&KXrZ riBg efforts of the ladies. He said Cojnmission f - -Wt on hi9 jSr9 - 7. 1 . . 1 .b ha 1 h was a"v t . :u a... . on t.iipsr - ". ia. aaaa sraaiaEa 1 Mn 'i nov 1 i, Kaar niKuirv ui -" i . .1 .nni.a U7f will uu 1 aiav 1 auns. aivv. -. . Ln. b .w. nirHic ueaa. --j iuo i.. fiMBBr. gej uu - -- hnnw I T. ra BMrSBIM aaaua. ..v-i . :-mi. ran na uudu v - directions, or. will pay .i deeas in aii p-"- .;'V:nnrl Rte 'Good times have come, j. to our ofiice tor -w - - - teroUS part- ta history was verj Fa.ar rvitton 5 instead OI I hare ue oe -"r7 hMinees i.Mo rr 1 , 1 .j ...-iTia Dnni H.T1 sh. juvu.. . on auuiw -1 onrt eilClieu kouowuo rr ---- . 1 . nnnnd. COIH OO st or a ben, -daded the speeches, ana w r--- . t I.Di..tAtalar D,.HatMway.&Co,'s I'arue ' " hoT will find it to their exnerience during the Clean Rice t J buy wm . last 20years has provea :ntere8t to communicaie ' .. !3'&SZrSl errand brokers or direct to us W J raaking this remaras ble offer. All persons vho are soSenns; from any chronic disease, 1 wmm an nnnnrtn- nity to test the treat ment OI we Mmii. ledged leeding phya- this country, with an absolute surety of bs inr cured. Spsclal 1 MSMS. SUCH as cawr. fIANO. Has a reputation second to none, ana while it is .tcessarj lor the dealer to charge more for it than yon are astei to pay fo raM, other makes, jouto .ostrunent tbe tan which fulli justifies the additional outlay. If not for sale b local dealers, address. THE JOHN CHURCH CO., was then unanimously liun't Tobacco Sptt sad Smoke To quit tobacco easily ana a.nl i na. ..-, ... .a I n..ti full of life, nerve and eicu":-. rtinisslon or time anui ,,- worUer. that ..l1" r; the next session was gone i All droKtot.1ihorii r-TX hiit nothiOK definite was aeciaeu teed Booklet ana sample into, but BOtnjDKO composed I eierUng Remedy Ca. Chicago upon. A special ,.-,, .nd the! of tte rresident, ine , .-ttter CAtJCAgIA1I t per yel Rates West, TEXAS. MEXICO, CAL IFORNIA. ALASKA or any other point. witD FREE MAPS, write to FRED. D. BUSH, District Passenger Agent, LOUISVILLE 4 IUSHV1LIE R. R.. 36. Wall St., ATMs. - the guests were then inTited to en- ou j.- The!, oats M instead ot KBmmggCa; a,gfl!agig ov the delicious oysters, after which of - jper Q cents in vgrtk vatitmtB. write na ts-sar. aon joytneuwww j MnrAa triDDed 40 cents a busuei, wngoo sraotom Blanks I wivrrn. urear.?. many or ine u"" " Utead of $3 a day, wi r I w? Sior woelT; Ko. a. for afan i - "V.r." ,.,tir ver. be mag the light ianiaswc . wlit. M;ceg. reduced apimy --- - for ' ch. ana nw -J5T Salesmen to nana :-". " - aue noto- Letters of regret "r."- ';eeB'on value of lana, bookist whi v s.--.. ., on commission . as weaicmen i .. j (VamaAtiiiir WMBro "v" r- , Qnmntion. luoio i rfeaust sruioiui mn.- l Liberal rr ma. pureguarau l""VV " fixator Pritchard, dttCtlOU uvi or Bon. Cau ornM- x ACQ. " TBB ECCUD Ott t Address rion.o..wj- ----- j. Bov- must be some iuyyj - - . nmi - avtSo. Broad St.. Auant. , Cleveiana, UDio. xm" PF' irr." . - somebody, wno is ix.-- Mention this pap. Now is r"ri,ct?rtd there- Magazine. CINCINNATI SEW YOKK CHICAGO i a IE I L -jiielil ana Biwow-: '-r-TS- ,i..:i. Pntton 5 insteaa oi J-! hare u hminess on a axneur s. and SpVrpnd, corn 30 instead of esusgen-1 , - ZJ' are then invited to en- bu cents J-V 93 inatoad of VJIw Not be Cured? or uisoraerju Judge Geo. uuni - Pnnettnntina. Broschitis j ann inci uuib si ti tbe be laogtrouoiea. ONLY 50 CENTS PU Address JUDGE GEO. E. HUNT, Iexingtoa,N.C. V7ILUAU S. BLUUXS. WHOLESALE a . it ItALEIGU. N. C. Will bj r awll rSSsSS Produce, iwm' 7lZIu ies.Ecirs and etc , at boleaale. ? pjriaW Jgr Bturna made rotpj. Raleigh. ! u. Mr.Tw tiny - The laTes whoB,constituted the re- Magazine. State supermieuuCa., . . h time t0 8UD8CriDe. in charge.