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I III, CAUCASIAN.
Sept. 21, 1809 'I lia t' I air, I'.l' i,u:ug October 10, promises tc Ik' ti'' l,ft III ' I' ! ,i ll.'' i m traty years. The mn-Hr- makioir special tffjrts tue iWr a bijf eueees; and ! t, tj" outlook is to jooi as to - suct-B assured. Special : cuo cent a mil from all ,ii tlit) State have Lean seenr Wi lntnday and Thursday ,tb .vi.-t days, while graatly re- . . i... i. .i .1.. flluj,. u.tk. The premium offers . . .1 r ,i H an .on nl lo more man uve moil I , .i -us. Special attention will i m . . ,1 to t xuiuii oi rts-mrc. s ana t if the Htatt; and the many :n i... .. I . . . .i i: lUiQ-i' Hi' H'o win ut (MrnaiUK QUU ui- Tern!i"' All who can poasibly dci w stixu- I avail themselves of the op portune) t' cotne. All communica tl0IH vs i th rtferer.ee to the Fair .ti(,uM 1,1- atldrtsstd .to Juseph E. Hog'v, s iTetiry, Kaleigh. rv,ie " pullit- 1 Ur ,i Wl !tU be t"; pr"'l 11 EXPLANATION NANTED. Why " Hon I U1 Heii ted on . Hepam. llUir 'ai'cjahin. September 0, 1891). I t.v.c read and studied the Con stnu i"unl Amendment which the I'urpin ttion Legislature has present ed in tin- i ople of the Statu for their rutil'n'fttiou or nj-ietion, aud I am conviutKi that great and grave dan ger lurks hr-hind one of its provis ions, I n ttr to section five, which is kuuwu s the Kr&udt&ther section. If tin- iiireme Court of this State ttiouM lif' Uru that suction in con ll ct With tue Constitatii-nof the Uni ted .S ,-tt.s, :ind allow the other sec tions ti s:and, then uudtr the 4th Httctiou, we will have an educational qufthiiciitiou for all voter;, anil as a result Uit-re will be about tortv thou sand wtmu people who will "be die francti u- d outright. rntatly this is the scheme of ths Corponttious here in this State to put a stop to the light to make them dexr tin' r proportion of the burden uf iruvi turnout. These corporations tvre afraid that the "great plain peo ple" will agsin get control of the In k.". at ire and force them to pay iuir portion of the taxes. It the Legislature wauled to show t.ou a fci-iublance of fiirness abut me aim'uduient, why did not that buily incorporate sections 4 and 5 into cue section, so that if the court declared the grandfather clause un cuusutut until, it would likewise de feat the educational feature T It tet ma to me that no good reason tan b given why this was not done. It it had oetn done, then all doubt and dauber of the disfranchisement of atiy white voters would have been reniovtd. As a 1'opulist and a citizen of wes- teru oriu Carolina, i want to see tho race question forever removed lroiu the arena of political debate, bat, with the amendment in its pros eat tiAe (with two separate sec eions standing alone and independ tnd ot each other when 'there is no good reason why they should not be tuiuiKlitti into one, this fact is what "gives us pauae'' in supporting it. Keceutly, 1 have read two strong ar ticles by prominent Democrats, Mr. L'ltntr, former city attorney of Asheville, and now President of tho Zbb Vance Democratic Club of that city, and Mr. Frank Nash, former major ot Hillsboro, In opposition to the measure, both of whom express grave doubts of the advisability or constitutionality of the amendment. ere sections 4 and 5 separated with an obvious pupose to endanger the poor, illiterate white voter's right to vote T It seems clear to me that this was tho deliberate purpose of the Legislature, for if this had not ureu meir object these sections would not have ueen separate, dis tinct and independent ot each other. it would be very interesting and timely now to have an explanation Iroui inmrnons. Avcoek. Connor. Pou, Justice and svme of the other leaders, why sections 4 and 5 were not made into one section so as to remove, aud set at rest all doubt robbing tue illiterate white voter, ot his right to vote if the grandfather claus is declared unconstitutional. Dd tue Corporations rt quire the Legislature to have these sections eparaiet What do the vo ers gen erally ttak ot this teaiuie of the aiULduiout f Cabarrus County. lt"lNLLAl' IN tNGLAM). Little Strokes Fell Great Oaks." Vie g!nis 0f the foresf musf lst to the conUnuol Umvs of the -woods-nun. When the humxn blood fus become egg nJ impure the Lttle drops of Hood's SArs4Piri!U, properly tiken. v2l u ine oak of bid LLmtf. FOWLER GOES rOR BELLAMyT Who In an tntrrlw m . . ioli.ikMt tb. Frop. Con.tltutl-B.! Aiend,.t WouM lUfri,l,.e Whl'e Ha. We notice in the Washington Post of the IDh inst. what puroorts to h an interview on the proposed Con stitutional Amendment with Con- gresman John I). Bellamy nt W.l. mington, North Carolina, in which the Democratic Con credited with having cgel the fol lowing language, to wit: I do not peneve that many white men will ose their voting privileges under the law on account of illiteracy." How is this! Met-srs Jarvis, Pou, Aycock, Daniels and in fac nearly all the Democrats in the State, are swearing to the people here at home mai It Will not dlsfl-Anr-httta white men at all: and here in thi astute lawyer and politician and rifle made Coneretsman in W&shinotn-n admitting that it will disfranchise some white men. but savs he dnn't think it will disfranchise many. wuai aoes ne mean when he say?: I do not behove that manv white men will lose their voting privileges undr the law on account of illiter acy?" If one white man loses hi right to vote because of illiteracy, why do not all white mun who are Uliter .Ufs likewise lose their richtto voteT We have often wondered if these men who claim the crrandfather clause of the proposed amendment to be constitutional would do so if they were in another State than North Carolina. Congressman Bellamy has doubt less ascertained ere this that when he comes in contact with lawyers from other parts of the country, who give their lecal opinion rather than demagogical political harp.ngues, he nods rew, if any, who agree with the stuff that ib beiner palmed off on the people of North Carolina relative to the graedfither clause of the posed amendment. We nave often wandered if these North Carolina lawyers; who are saying the grandfather clanse is constitutional, "would do so if they were in Washington. While this measure was beiner con sidered by our Lg datum, we heard it discussed daily in the Democratic cloak room in the House of Repre sentative 8 in Washington by Demo cratic Congressmen and we do not remember but one, viz: Mr. Kitchin, of North Carolina, who even con tended for a moment that the grand father clause would stand the test, but to the contrary, we remember hearing thetn by the scorp, (and they were nearly all lawyers) declare that it would not stand the test. So we see that wheu Congressman Bellamy gets in Washington, where there is no necessity for his trying to fool the people, for political effect he, too, admits, inferentially, that the grand father clause is unconstitutional .and that should the law be passed, the grandfather clause will be declared unconstitutional and all men in North Carolina, both white and black, who cannot read and write the Constitution will be disfranchis ed. He has admitted part of the truth and we hope be will come back home and stick to it. John E. Fowler. pro REACHED HIGH-WATER HA. 1 " ipmm With u,(Mt M I,M owlC Urowlh and tMrvaUpnmt oi turn laaHtatloa. CiUFBL Hill, K.C. Sept. I8tb, 09. For the Caucasian. The Fall session of the UniverKitv opened today under the mot favora ble circumstances, and from nrestnt indications it is reasonable to beliexe that this tension and the session of 1900 will surpass all others in mem bership. The enrollment to-day 425, being a membership of IK) over last year in fact fcr the day of opening the University has reached iU high-water mark, even surpassing th phenomenal enrollmei t of Tne ifficial figures whiebi I hve secured snow that this institution is growing in strength and popularity among the people of tbe State. The total number of new students to date in all of the departments is 201. In the Freshman class in acad emic department there are 130, and it is safe to say that if the normal rate of increase obtains for this year this clafs will reach a membership of 175. There is also a noteworthy increase in tbe membership of the Medical and Law elaeses. There are representatives in col lege here from eleven States and eighty-seven counties; and there is one student here from far away J apan. 1 am informed that nearly one third of the students wiil support themselves here by some form of labor; and over one-half are making their way through college on bor rowed money, or money made by their own efforts. One fact that is very gratifying to me to relate is that the University is putting forth strenuous efforts in every possible way to give every worthy young man work of some sort to aid him in obtaining an edu cation. And it seems to be tae am bition of the University tt at no stu dent, however poor, shall ba turned away on account of his lack of money to sustain himself; for there are the printing and electric light depart ments conducted in such a ruanmr as to provide employment fot deserv ing young men who are unable to meet their expenses from other sources. It is astonishing to see the amount of work done here in the way of edu eating the young men of the State, and every citizon of North Carolina should feel proud that there is such an institution, with the capacity, ability and standing, as the Univer sity, within her borders. But there are still some things essential to make the institution more complete in every department; for instance tbe lecture rooms are too small to accommodate comfortably the large classes; and then, too, there are not sufficient dormitories to meet the re quirements of such a large and grow lug institution. In conclusion 1 desire to say that 1 have never seen such good behavior on the par; of such a large body of young men before, and there is such a manifest spirit of earnestness to work and achieve something this has profoundly impressed me. That Dr. Alderman has been act ive and diligent in his efforts iu be half of this University is evidenced by the fact that it has opened under the brightest auspices. James B lloyd. THE NEW BULL FEN ELECTION LAW "Tis worth a bag of gold." This ap plies with special force to Hood's bars aparilla, America's Greatest Medicine, A Narrow Escape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Groton, 8. D. "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs; cough set in and finally ter minatfd in consumption. Four doc tors gave me up, saying I could not live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Sav'or, determined if I could not stav with mv friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband wa9 advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eignt bottles, u nas curea me, and thank God, I am paved and now a well and nesltby woman," l nai bottles free at all drug stores. Regular size 50c. and fl.W. Guaranteed or price refunded. Arch Kinsauls, who was captured by posse after being seriously wound ed on Sunday morning of last week, as related in the Caucasian, was re committeed to jail for safe keeping until, trial at next term of court on Tuesday night of last week, lie is now improving rapidly, and there is no doubt but that he will recover. Clinton Caucasian. I la Fret I a atrafi4 T a mating UtnacrsUc fer. The recent Legislattre repealed tue nor-partifiin (lection law of ISD5 and lb'jT, whith guaranteed to every party tbe right to be represen ted on election boards by election oCietrs of thtrir own choosing, acd enacted an election law more thious than ln'aaioai Simmons Bull-Pen Kleition law that was in fort e before l&'Jo. The leading provisions ot this law as published by the K&leigh News & Observer are as folio w: 1. That the election for. State and eouuiy officers sh&.l be held on the first Thursday in August and every two years thereafter. 2. That there shall be a State board of elections composed of five persons elected by the . Legislature for a term of two years. 3. That there shall be a county board of elections consisting of three pt rsonL, apointed by. State board for a term oi two years. 4. That the State Board of elections shall meet in Raleigh the first Mon day in May, 1899, and organize by electing one of their number chair man and another secretary. Another meeting shall be held on the first Monday in April in each elecuon year, special meetings may be call ed when necessary. For their services the board shall receive four dollars appoint all registrars aud judges of elections. Members of the county boards may be removed by the State board; and the county board in turn may remove any registrar or jud?e of electiou. 6. That county boards must meet not later than the hrst Monday in May for organization, and for divid ing tne counties into precincts and polling places. 7. That before the next treneral election there shall be an entirely new registration. Among questions to be asked applicant is "whether he has listed his poll for taxation for the current year in which he applies for registration, and for the year next preceding. And if any appli cant shall falsely swear he has listed his poll for taxation, he shall be guilty of perjury and and punished as proscribed by law." 8. That the registration books shall be kept open twenty days and jiosed on the second Saturday before the election. On each Saturday during tbe perioc the registrar shall go to the polling place to register voters. On such Jays the books shall be open for inspection by the voters of the precinct. There shall be no no reg istering on election day, but voters may be challenged. 9. That on or betoro the first Mon day in July the county board shall appoint judges of election for each precirt. 10. Tha. to prevent disorder as many as three special ( ffie-s nay be appointed by the registrars and judge of election. 11. That there shall be one ballot for all State officers, one for judges of different courts, one for members of General Assembly, one for county officers, and one for township offi cers. That all ballots for each of these classes of officers shall ba the same size, on white paper and with out'device. The size of the ballot must be prescribed by the State board of elections. Tickets in the wrong box shall not be counted. 12. That the members of tre sev eral boards of election sball consti tute the board of county canvassers, which shall meet at the court house second day after the election, can vass the returns, and declare the re sult at the court house door. PYNY-PECT0RAL1 THE NORTH UROlltM COIUGE : OK Agriculture and Mechanic ArtsJ Term Bejel a Wr4ir4av, SlBiWr 6th ritrordicj low o t tMll:crit ariou Agricultural Gue an extraordinary course of instruction at an Cft to l be stuoVei. It not onlj fducitrt but prrparr Ha tudrte Vi!?t0r of.ricu!tural anj Bilbao ical rctrrpr . 1 b"sr arecompletp'Ctal acd b'rtarorft m tbe v i nominal, Mrcbanical, Textile and Civil Art. Mudfota will be allowed o fand tbe entrance examination a? th county Mata of the count i in which thy rrid. tbu avn tb rxi mx of a trip to Kaleib. Entrance examinations will b bi-ld on the lath of Augutt, in th-' curt bi.'ji', uuder the uprviaiou of Count Superintendent. 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A MIRROR OF FASHIONS Exclusive models ot gowns from Paris. 1-ondou, aod Ne York wiil bt published each Keek The Paris Letter The London Letter By KA TtlARlNE DE FORES T By Spcimt Carr.tponUtuI The New York Letter By AJVAIE T ASH MORE will aid women la all those little points of fashion matters that arc sach helps keeping one dressed io good taste Cut Paper Patterns Outline Patterns et aslected gowns will be furnished will be published free every other at a nominal cost. week io supplementary form. COLORED FASHION PLATES published one a month, will assist womea la selecting the props r colors for dress. FICTION j Kit Kennedy The Meloon Farm ByS. R. CROCKETT By MARIA LOUISE TOOL A Confident To - Morrow By BRAKDER MATTHEWS are three aerial stories to appear in 1809 that have seldom baea equalled la plot and treatment. SHORT STORY CONTRIBUTORS Christine T. Herrlek Mary B. Wllklns 4 . Ella W. Pealtle t Marlon Harland Harriet P. Sporford ' Margaret S. 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I'h a'ltjecription prioe of. 1 N-moresta ta mlucrtl 0 1.00 a year. A YKAK YOU DEMOREST'S FAMILY MAGAZINE. TTATIONP l.V (lMiatiwrw . . lUata W Iracr ... Kailiu m I W Ktnafiti". ... aWTil iKrsrl Aaily. r. at. XaJ anr4 tMiaait r. u. At I r W W ir l.v W Ar L W Ar we i rark. TVieravrora . . t iark a Nesrtwrn .. Ki rrnlaie (YiMUo.... ItatrWk .. WiklwooJ . AtJaulj.... ax a (ei 1 H J.J u M ; is 7 3S 7 Sf) ? M a m n m ?4 T a 87 i? t 4J 4 i 4 v 4i 4 II 4 4& t t a e r r MorhJCttjr'.. auiaouc Hotel M.rnyDerotr... nao r. u. WSBTBOUXD TUA1NH. 4 ac: 40 A it. U 1 41 . 3 CI 77 7 15 eTATlOU. IaUy i- T0 SEE DEWtY. LoverloK' If rofiiMra- C of ton liala ITnrollina; Ion r Thrett Aiitoiiiatlralljr. (Boston Transcript.) Hon. William C. Loverin has rr tnnifil from Europe where he has vii lockinar after the interests of tbe amtrican Cotfon Company. He found tl' vinnera uf ICnirlanil and the Con tinent usinff the Koundlap Bale with u" greatest satisfaction. They are keenly aliye to all the money paving uvantasres of the rew system. The with which tbe bale is handled in jr&nxit and at the mill delights them ne k w ro-t of freight and insurance, me lrumunitT from fire in thu mill and fact that there are no hoops, wires r metal of any kind used In baling are Jj-Uuresthat especially appeal to tbe lurnry fturonean sninners. Mr. Luyering had the opportunity to auurem a meeting of prominent cot ton manufacturers ot Lane: shire on ne rnerits of tbe Koundlap Bale, and y the courtesy of Messrs Howard and u.iougn,or Accrington.they were in 7'ted to witness a demonstration of ne running of three bales of cotton nirectjy 0n the apron of a s-utoher, ''iung eouia nave teen more per i-ct or absolutely satisfactory than the workings of the cotton in this way. be scutcher was started with three tMeg upon the aproo and ran off at "ice without a hitch or interruption. r noise maue oy the beaters was a 'eady deep and healthful hum, show- " K mat the ro.chine was doing its work without laboring in the least. 1 hi' lap that was mide was clean and "f n running,wighing sixteen ounces i the Yard Th rf.nmef took the greatest in 're-i in tli demonstration and with 0n accord expressed their complete lacc-on with the operation. They ii that they saw la tbe new system - area, revolution Io cotton manufao urmg. Thryare all anxious to buv j"e new bale, and are readj to give or- a once. . in'yw'r aurprised and gratified to pe that the fcutobr was an ordinary wuer.socD as they were using in ineir mills. Tbey bad been led to "link that It rf nuirprl arxial ms.'hin. rj for tbe purpose whereas it only re th k . ,iM,e pron to carry aZJ, rr" CT wr welgtring two bun aaa sixty pounds each. "Well, rain falls on the just and the unjust." "Not much; the urjust steal umbrellas." Pain-Kii lr as an internal remedy, has no equal. In cas of summer com plaints, diarrhoea, dysentery.it cures quickly. Used as a linament its ac tion is like magic, wnen appneu io ou sores, burns, scalds, and sprains. For the sick headache and toothache, don't fail to try it. In short, it is a fain Killer. Avoid substitutes, mere is out ore Irani mucr, " - Price 25c. and 50c. In a heavy sear with southwest wind tbe steamer (Jity or Jacksonville was stranded on tbe 19tb near Portsmouth, N. C, The crew was saved. A telegram from Kennes reports that ex Captain Dreyfus is very lee- ble. "For the Sake of Fun Mischief is Done." A vast amount of mischief is done. too, because people neglect so Keep their blood pure. The mischief appears in eruptions, dyspeisia, indigestion. nervousness, kidney disea8e,ana otn- er ailments. This mischief, fortunate ly, may be undone by the iaitniui use nf Hnnd'a Sarsanarilla. which cures all diseases originating in or promoted by impure blood. IIood'b Pills cure all liver ills. Non- irritating. Bobby ' Ms, you said that I wasn't to eat that p;ece of cake in tne pantry because it would make me sick." Mother "les, Bobby." Bobby (convincingly) wBu ma.it hasn't made me sick." TICKETS 6000 FOR THIRTY DAYS A Cheap Excursion Trip to Wanhlngor, Baltimore or Philadelphia, by the Sea board Air Line. Tou can bny of any Seaboard Air Line Agent tickets to the Philadel phia Export Exposition at the rate of one and oue-tbird fares for tbe round trip. You can stop over at Washington or Baltimore, going or coming. Your ticket will be g-od for thirty (30) days from date of purchase, only it must be used on or before Decern ber 2. you can go Dy isortois ana con necting steamship lines, or all rail.. Millions of dollars have been spent on this mammoth Industrial Exposi tinn,an education in itself. Tickets an sa'e Tuesday and Thurs day of each week and iccludir Tues day. November 23d, 1S99. sp 20 lot Excursion Rates by th Seaboard Air Line to Splendid Celebration. The husband said to his wiO: 'Dear, do we go, or do we not tro? ' The pood wife promptly rettliei;: TlnnraT f .rl na ry rv V. T7 fUe Kajl. V nv. M. T.V. MJ VUV V 1 board Air Line. Above ail da not let the chi dr v miss the great event, ihey wilt thank 50a, dear prents, in the vears to come, itixcorsion rates at one and ore-third fares fnr th round trip, all rail or by Norfolk and steamship lines. Tiket on sale September 26 h- 27th, good to returu until Oetobei 5th inclusive. Take advantaea of 'he cheaD rate3. brillant weather and oerfect service of the Seaboard Ar Line to the most stately pageant of patriotism of the century. SPECIAL ARTICLES TO APPEAR T.' The Busy ilother The Deaf Child By A. W. McCVLLOU(,ff By Mrt. A XXIE RA VSE T Women Earning a Living After College, What? By HELEN DOUGLAS By ADAUXE M". STERLXG la addition to tbeaa thart will ba many others, all of instrurtiva ralua la aranca. A SPECUL OFfEB: -J FOUR WEEKS FOR CtS. 10 Cnti m Copy t 00 Ytm Add rest HARPER A BROTHERS. Publisher. Nw Vrk. ft. V. DEMORKfira FAMILY MAO A 7.1 NK it nor man a f AfcillUNll AUAZ1NK. .? - f -r . 3 rerv laut lMit.i i.-v.ir - , t 1011a each tuoiiLb, ;' Ar.A71'F r'this U only or. .f iSU 1 i . . a'. 1 mn thiriv fnr rl. mrciber of tLe fam ily, for evt-ry ci. lautmeiil of Ibr houM-kold. aud iu varirri ct'titenu ar of (he bilieat grade, making it j-re--n nt-nfly THE FAM ILY MAOAZINE OK THE WOELD. It furr.bhe the Iji hoiicuU of the mot iotfrcntina; atii moM lirrvrwire writers of thedar. ani u abrenst of the tiroes in everythini; Art. Ijtfratur. science, wmrtj Ana:ra, riciion. lioiliol ! matters, bporta. etc. ameie nrunr Ir qently contain from 21) to ifi tibe nt- K"vinps. makiDe it the iiOST XJMILE1 K AND MOST PItOr FBKLY II LUSTIiTEU of the OREAT MONTH LI KiJ. I)EMOR.rT8 MAGAZIVK F'.bi.n partment ia in every way far ahrad of that contained in auy oilier publication. DMnben areeoUtletJ eacii month turt- leriis of tbe latest f aahiona in vomru i at tire at 50 m to tv m otbf r than that r.ec (-saaxy for postage and wrarpinx. t w v mm mi luiiai 1 3 L i Lit m mmJtJr, FORTY BOOKS FOR FORTY CENTS ! A MOST EXTRAORDINARY OFFER! Wa atrrea to send, hj mail post-paid, forty valuable osotr. tha reralar retail price or wbleb Is Are aaata each or $2.00 for tbe set of lorty, opon receipt ct owg yortf Cenlt. Thin ia at tlie rare of exaetlf one ceot each, bat bear in mind that no lot than the cnrnpirU m of fort will Be aoU. Kever ainre the invention of tbe printing preca has there twi ofhred by any reoponsible tinblishins; honse lochsrut anonnt cf navfal aad attractire reading matter npon such terms as wa now f ire. Ibe following are tbe tiilea of tbe forty books offered: It FOR BUYERS AND PLEASURE SEEK ERS. That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave jou, if yo iPd Dr. Dr. Kinit'a ew JL.ire nns. Thousands of suffers have proved tbeir matchless merit for Sick ana jxervous Headaches. Tbey vase pure niooa and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take, x ry tnem. Only 25 cents. Money oaca u not oared. Sold by all Druggist. Drayioa Pardoned at Laat. Paris, Sept. 19. The council of Ministers decided today to pardon Dreyfus. The pardon will take effect in a few days. VI Ufl IC Women as well aa men are if il U lo made miserable by kidney and TO b'adder trouble. D Kilmer's .. 'K- Swamp-Boot the ki eat kidney D LA hits remedy promptly cures. At drugedsts in fifty cent and dollar sizes. Yon may have sample bottle by mail free, also pamphlet telling all about tt. Half Far Excursion to Philadelphia and Return by the Seaboard Air Line, Nick- named "The Line of the People." Speaker Reed K signs. There will be speed, cheapness, comfort and elegance via the Saa board Air Line, nicknamed "The Link of the People." The journey will be' made fn the Solid Vestibuled S. A. L. Express and tbe Atlanta Special. Buy yocr tickets from any Sea board Air Line Agent either Sept. 1st, 2nd or 3d thfse tickets srood for return until midnight of Septem ber 13 H. or if you choose, until Sep tember 30b, ur.on deposit of tickets with tb Joint Agent at Philadelphia The Quaker Ci?y wiil be unusually festive with the U. A. H. parade in full awinc Do not forget that one of theebief pleafurs to a person who has taker the S aboard Air Line, nicknamed 'The Line of the Peoplr,'' is the comeionscf ss. that ho cr she has made no mistake. : aug 17 3 The State Normal and Industrial College OF NORTH CAROLINA. Offers to young women thorough lit' erary, classical, scientific, and indus trial education and special pedagogi cal training. Annual expenses 9Q. tc $130; for non residents of the State, $150.. Faculty of thirty members More tban four hundred regular stu dents. Has matriculated about 1,700 students, representing every county in the State except one. Practise and Ob servation school of. about 250 pn pi Is. To secure board io dormitories, all free tuition applications should be made before August 1. Correspondence invited from those desiring competent trained teachers For catalogue and other informa tion, address 1K.ESIPJNT McIVER, Greensboro X. C THE UNIVERSITY OF UNA. NORTH CAR0- Jfr. CanAU'i Cwtni Lettmm. By DouUm Jerrold. A tUadard humorous work, marh admired. I'Kful KnewUdft for I fcr MOIum. A hull J book of aaerul IB formatioii upon many .nbjert.. Illttmtrrtrd. The Aunt Miv IHnmrnu. By tbe aulbor of Tb Widow Be dott Paper." Quite equal to He popular predeeeanor. Parau. tm John 0. H'afoifr. Cnntaiua moat ol tbe earlier work. ot tne atTOiite poet. The HrlfHaiir Wra mf Madm Timxm. Contaiaa portralU aad bio; raphiea of tamoua eelf-made ameticaoe. The PeapU"' Matarnl tfttera. Contain Intereetlnr dearrlpllone accompanied by Illustration, oi numerous beast, bird, rev- tiles nahes and insects. Tht Lmmr of tho Late. By Sir Walter fiooM. One of the most cele brated poems ever written. fttansu far Jmtoormj'k Alhmmo, Valentine. Wedding Annirer kriee, Blrthnay OreetinK and Bouquet Presentations. Adotmturoo of a Borhehw. A great humorous book, by tbe autito? of " The Miss alhnmens PairB." M Biiah Beanpole. " etc. Lorn Life s New York. A series of T'Yld pen pirturea, siiowtnj; the dark side ot Hie la tbe treat city. JUaaTrsf. fere Aittrr tha flaatk. A NoreL By Chartntte M. Braeme. Tho Ms Atarriaoe. A Nrr.l. By Miss H. C. Braddon. Koat ltge. A Story. By Mr. Henry Wood. The MA (tokr. Chemt. ANoreL By SylTanu Cobb, Jr. The Pert of ciar1 Pnrm. A KoreL By B. L. Faijeen. PiM-T Root. A Kovel. By Wllkle CMllaa. Tor Mtmtnmtono of John Sxhulmm. A KoreL Sy terenson. Orriatea's (lift A TtoreL By Buirh Coawar. A riMorrifht t Vrntohmrr. A Koeei. By Mia. Anal Edward. Kara : or. The Lojhthmmm Srar. A Vorrt. By M. T. CaMaC. jiMatarMtk. TtmMC A XoeeL By Mary Orfl Bay. IMrs Homoe. A KoreL By Charlotte M Brass,. thorrt AtoM A KoeeL By Mr. Henry Wood. Ootof the tMothm. A KoreL By Hurt Coaway. Page Ktmetw- two. A KoreL By Mary Ojeeu Bay. A Qmem AaMaew R'anra. A KoreL By Charlotte M. Ik news A I ijiln. ftnn, A KoreL By Mr. Anate Sdwara. The JtaukAsrd AVvwat A KnretettaL By Huh Oonway. The Tnxmmof 'rauraerd. A Korel. By k'-orrt Louis Wti unsua. Tke total Lin A Korel. By Chartote M. BraeaM. ferry omd the rnph't. A KoreL By Wllkle Colliaa. frr !. HoreHet. A KoreL By E4M LralL He Went for a Mbr. A Kor-I. Br John traas Warlar. rhurnmrmtt 6nsaai. A KoreL B. Beet Wlnwona. The llomrro of tie giaifls.dk A XoreL By Etta W. flerc. Jfiansy. A KoreL By Mary Oertl Hay. Am Sattea. A Korel. Br g.oi UwC A orraae Hnrnter. A MoreL By Annie Ootof tAtSeo. A KoreL Oar A acaata. The Cray ftfasa. A KoreL By M. T. CaidOT. Tha sbaye book ar published In neat eamvlilat form, maar f tbem handsomelr IHuatratad. as4 thaw vajuwu uuu vtoew. w.u. saakuawio ypw us aoou papar. Caen mi wDiaius a conpisi. arasia nOTel or olhar work or a waU-kTtown and rODtilar author nnhllahadl In aha hanrllaat aaa anoal eonssi. form for readinK aad preaarrMion. Ic ia not a large aanbar of Corel or atone boanl togatbar In ona book, bat JDrfa' mtoarate Uoi CikXHhd book. And wa airraa ta aend ta rrr)nnt ana. or fir a. nr ton. fcnt th ovmHcjvng bwimh aw vr uiaii Ha-paui. oponraceipk oi jorrg omul law re en i ax prica I or inaae ooo i fee oosttcocA, or two dollars for tba Bet of forty. In tUa catalonea of any of taa ropola Librarw " ftkrif.t' vnnnllfindtlMuinAhMk.litt tniw.ti.uli knt iikln.ihMi at t nw, .. 11 low enca I Jbrtr nfnirWS eooajl here aJti urn tare attoyoBm wen item etoOar. and ret wa aend tha antira to rowt-taid for aalw furtr eanta. Thla La tha mt wirantie. tha niwt atartlin. r,Tmr mm t Any reapOBaibMI and m;.t.i. m,Kii.Kiia iinaa, la k. Mi.ruj ia iiMu.e.imm ut faea that theaa sooLikn ananafae. tvrad in Vary larre anantltlaa, with tha latent improrad machinery. It la a arand rhaara for eery lorar of Utaratnra. and wUl fnrnlah a whole wiatar'B delirhtfol readme. Wo willaaodtba Forty Valoab'a Book BDOra namea cry mail powk-pwi Wfvis lraarwt wwny wuvm biiaa rw awmaimii "3 -W v oomm Special Premium Offer. 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BIG MONEY for an enterprising agent lady or gentlemen con t delay, write to-day. joat pot the Retort In your kitchen stove. Shipped all ready to set in ftove. No experse. THE WATT MAN FACTURIN6 COMPANY, NO. 290 EAST 80 ST. CINCINNATI, 0. ane. 31 it e o w. .NOTICE. lo W. R. Brantley, Lavfrg qotl fle-d a almioietra'or of the eata'e .f Sher wood Brantley, d-ceaed. all persona having claim ag,int the ai4 ea'ate are rfque-'et to exbib;r them ft r pty oiDt on r before tl fir day of Oo tiber. A. D.o ItKafj. or lhy will be bsrred by tbe Stat. This tht It'll day of Sort em VT. R. BKANTI.tY, Ataiti'lralur. Sepf 21-6. Suaeata Your Bowela TTith Vm aretn. Candv Catnrtrttc. care constinotioa forevf mo. mb. u s. "a tj.inu, nrnofw rfiuna money Widest patronage and fullest equip ment in its - history. Facoly 38; Students, 495 ; 3 Academic Courses ; 3 Elective courses; 3 .Professional Schools, in Law, in Medicine and in Pharmacy. New Buildings, Water works. Splendid Libraries Labor tories, Etc v - -Advanced Classes open to ' women. Tuition $60. a year; Board $8. a month. Ample opportunitj - for self-belp Scholarships and loans for tne needy Free tuition for , teachers. . Summer School for' Teachers. 24 Instructors 147 students. Total enrollment 644 For catalogue. Address -President Aldbkmah, Chapel Hill.N. C. DEWEY DAY IN WASHINttTON. ' Taka tha Seaboard Air Una, all Rati, or by Norfolk aad Ik Seaw The dietingnished Admiral is ex pected to appear in tbe Natioral Cap ita! Oct ber 2d and 34. - Besides the sword presentatiao in front of the big Capitol Boilding aod the parade, tbere will be jplptdor ru h .s one never raw even iu Wa-hirf too. Tickets one and one third fares fnr the round trip,, by ibe Seaboard Air Line, will bt on safe September 29 b ndBOth,' good to return until October Sth inclusive. ?JThe Seaboard takes you all rail o" y Norfolk and the sea. se30 r - J 24 SAVTD V. .33 il 1 mmmz Tbr c I ? Tt:ocl r-. 1- ?Ui.: acl; disorder. Qe bcttl- l.ii L:It;i 5:4 cir. Tban .uas r j -r L : vii. to-J owe ib?n !;' 10- zr..s s.r lir:re FOnCH!LDflCJe that it R'2j Ztiy a cars Co. - If yrwrtf rO-wl "-.-nrrkerir!ot.. t .. FREYSa'taiaorw. Mtt. - i. l Tbo taaaaner Beaaoa sbould mm Takaa TOthaGrala t thm.lt. h Tbe way to tbe seaside is by the Seaboard Air Line. Saturday and Sunday excursions from May 20th to septemner atn to Virginia Beaeh. Oeean View and Old Point Comfort, oL,na trip fj.ou via the Seaboard Air Lise. Tickets will be on sale UaJy exr4 Mooday, IDaiiy exoarl Hnreday. Traic oo Cm rVvxiaxtd 5kA Branch Kcaad wre eKKrn 4.10 ft- UaUIax y. aa rnvtw eooiiaxia ca ax o av p. aau. unarav- Aj ijbl p. ra Kiuaion 7o p. m. Krlura- nr leavea Marlon IHi a. GrjirUte 6. a. tn.. arriia lUhfax 111J a. sau. Wckkm 11.23 a. m. Trminaon Wahlar".on Branch laava Waah- j-gtoa S:20 a. ra. and 100 p. aa . arrlv lar- A 10 a. u. and 2.40 o. aa.. Maralat Leave 1'annele 1t36 a. m. and bJOp. aa ar nva W'aahingtoti lLfAi a. m- and 7JB p. sa- .un:r. Train leavea Tarwjro. . CV daily axona Soaday 6JJ p. nu. ttexaday liA av.tmu.ar rives IlyuMoth 7:44 p. in., 6b.bl, mora- Uar aeavea riyiJMKaa Oauir axorst BdZMiarv 71 a. m , and brnday a. ra amvaa Tar- boTo ict.'jd a. to. and 11 Uu a. m. Tram on Midlaad N. C Branch laavaw Goiiataaro daiiy. eao-pt rloaday, 7 JO a. aa arriving oauiarM mjfu a. aa- mamwA laayea banhfieid 1tM a. So. amraa at Ooida. boro 1(.25 a. m. Trains on NaahrUie Branr-h aaava Rarv Xoant at 4J a.', arrive aabvUka kVb p. Hitnnr Ha . ij "a -b Kashv-i'ia a a. a arnye at Rocky orint u0 a. aa. dairy ex cept Sunday. Trah. on Cliatoa fitancb laayea Warsaw tor f .imtoa djuly.xorjx Bonday. 11: La a. rau, and 4.10 p- ra., rrcoriunc laavas Ciintoa at 7.-00 a. m. and lis) p. aa. Traia No. 78 inakaa rloaa .wvmwnmobom i WeVton for all potnta KorLh daily, all raul via Karbraond. alao at Rocltr Momnt wata Korf oik aad CarvUna E. K. for Vorfoik and ail pointy NorUi via Sort oik H. V. KttE30f . a 1 J. R. XENLY. Omm'l Mam. T. AL KM KiiaOa TWaQe I WAWXtiJ -SEVERAL BRIGHT AND y-cravsa 10 iipiuutt fas aa MaVnMrTa in this and close by coontiea. Salary W0 a year and expenses. Straight bona-nda. atu uiwrv. av arara aaiary. roBtsOo pari! areja. vur rcinTDm. mrrv nan r in ai . town. It is mainiy omo work ooadoctad at home. Refer em a. Encloaa ,J - - etama eavelope. Tax Donuiioa fjoara- T, , UUCSfCO. t 4e-ti yo owo,r:o fnm awttaaa in. re4llalui.4.ea-tavaAtf rajmw im eveaar aar laaaai a. w. rr a. ins, a amraa eruak. aJSaSSS lsai4larMaea I w una. aaa, aa