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THE CAUCASIAN
ti.lb, N. C, February II, 1901.
Knt-n-l at U I'o-t Office In JUlelrb,
J N. a cond-r.li" mail matter.
.
I Trustees for th State University
' were appointed Tuesday to fill
I canclts on tL board.
Twrrity-one balf of cotton wer
old hr 'I ue'l-.y at price racfc-
Ing from to 1J cants.
Oot. Aycock Tue-day ordered that
no money be paid Mr. White, Saell
Tub Commissioner, uoles- approved
, bf the LegUlatare.
I Mr. J. T. Mallory, one of lnr
T barn's oldest cttizeos, died Tuesday
t mOTUivg. Ue was 'resident of the
' Darbam Cheroot Company.
Tbe Charlotte Carpet Manofact
! urlnir Company wan chartered
I Tuesday. The headquarter of tbe
I com Dany are at Charlotte Tbecap
f Hal mock I $.0 0) which may b
' lncraMd tolW,W.
I Tb' morntwr of the le gislature
: from the ninth Judicial district are
anxious to have Mr. Marshall Mutt,
: 8 illcltor of that district, impeach
ed. Possibly they will think of
I some one else by n-xt week. If
I they do we will lot you know.
; SMALL POX AT BAPTIST UNIVERSITY.
I Tbe School IIm Itoen ljuarantloed and
' All tb Mtudnta Have I ten a Vacclaati
The doctors say there Is a well d-
nnui t a mm nr amaii nnf r tno ntnr it
I L I a I t- 11, a .it a.
ine patient is miss oieaa nun
smith, daogbttr of Mr. George Iitgb
smith, of Maitlaod, Sampson count;.
She became ill last Friday, bat u
M tf 1 . . t
was not until Tuesday that the doc
tors were sure of the disease.
The partof tbe building occupied
by Mian Lilghsmlth has been Isola
ted, the building has been quaran
tined and the students have been
vaccinated and the doctors say
there Is no danger of the disease
spreading. It la thought that a ne
gro chambor-mald carried the dts
ease In the school, as It has been dis
covered since that she and her fam
ily have the smallpox.
MONEY 8AVE0 BY THE CAT.
An Attempt to I to I) l'oatofllce at Emnia
i All tbn Kobtarn Arreatatl.
1 ABhevillo, N. C, Feb. 9. Two
' robbers, Dudley Johnnon (white) and
lien Pouter (negro) were seriously,
' if not fatallv. wounded lant nicht at
9 n
Kmma postofllce, near Asheville.
t They entered the store on the pre
I text of buying goods and held up the
f clerk, Samuel Alexander, a young
man. They made him get his pis
I tol for them, and when he refused
I to oien the nafo put a knife to his
'throat. lie then opened the safe
land Johnson began ransacking the
interior, laying Alexander's pistol
I on the safe, while Foster kept Alex
' ander covered. A cat made a noise
n the rear of the storo and Foster
turned around. Alexander grabbed
his pistol antl shot Foster below the
heart. Alexander snapped the pis
tol at Johnson. Johnson and Foster
twth shot at Alexander, and one bul
let went through his leg. Several
shots followed and the robbers were
both rendered helpless. Alexander
pulled them out doors and shut the
door. He then gave the Odd Fel
lows' distress signal, and the own
er of the store, who had tailed to
hear the shots, came to his assistance.
Hush Cates (white) and Harry
Mills (negro) were confederates out
t side and they carried the robbers to
"Asheville. Police Captain Jordan
arrested the four at 3 o'clock this
morning. Foster made a dying
declaration. He said that Johnson
is an exjHjrt safe cracker, wanted in
Florida or Georgia for murder. Mills
Is the fellow who has held up sever
al persons here. Alexander is do
ing well.
A FATAL SHOOTING AT FOREST CITY.
Xalaon Ilamrlck Killed and Ills Brother
Fatally Shot by Doc Batly-Kllling-In
i 8elf-I)efence.
Rutherfordton, Feb. 9. Nelson
Hamrick, son of Chief of Police
Ilamrick, killed, and Ezell Ham
rick, fatally shot, is the result of a
tragedy which occurred in Doek
Bailey's barber shop at Forest City
at noon to-day. The Ilamrick boys
went into a shop, drinking, while
r Bailey was shaving a gentleman,
and began throwing cups and water
about until Bailey ordered them to
- leave. They did so, but returned in
; a few minutes, with huge sticks of
' wood and made an effort to kill
.Bailey. They seized him, threw
j him to the floor and were choking
him to death, when he drew his pis
Hoi and fired. Nelson was shot in
the stomach and died in a few min
lutes. Bailey was arraigned before a
(magistrate and testimoney showing
I he was justifiable, he was released
under a $500 bond. All the parties
are wnite. ruDiic sentiment is
against the victims. Bailey is a law
Htrllnrp man Tf. la cafrl iliA si no si
, swiuiug AUau AW 9 OMA4 WAV VI V dVA
; man was under bond for aiding in
the lynching of the negro - Avery
Mills, last August, and would have
been tried at the next term of
t Rutherford court, for murder.
7
t
Caught by Bloodhounds.
j oneioy, . v;., a eD. y. some one
tr 1 11 1 - va m
I entered Dillinger's store at Cherry-
ville last nignt and stole quite an
U amount of goods. Chief of Police
j Jones, of Shelby, with his blood-
hounds caught Tom Brown, colored,
after an exciting trial today, and has
lodged mm in Jail Here cnarged with
i the crime. Brown is an ex-convict
; from this county.
f Babies 14 and IS Break the SpeU.
I William A Nixon, of Burlington,
I N. no longer believes in the fatal
J properties supposed to surround the
number 13. For some time past
f William has boasted of being the
I proud lather of 13 children, but
i Mrs. Nixon, tiring of hearing it,
I presented him with two more, a boy
ana a girl. Both babies will live,
the mother is doing splendidly and
ftther is trying to recover from
jpauucx,
THE LAAV 3IAKEBS.
(Continued from Second Page.)
TUJWDAY.
Senate Tbe fallowing & bilU
were introduced:
Br Mr. Milier vt Patteo: S B 658
T establish s toe It law in poaiuas
of Pamlico county.
by Mr Vaut: 8 B G52 -To prevent
hunting without consent cf owner id
Patq totank county.
I5y Mr. Arricgtos: 8 B 050 -To
pay ex pc cs of j rial legislative com
mittee visiting b at f I jspkal for la
aue at M vrg&ntin.
MILLS r A Mil'.
To secare better passage of fish is
North Eaitaad Cape Fear rivers.
To establisb graded schools and
electric lights at Kekiognm.
To create a new towosoip in Hay
wood count, to be known as Ceeil.
For tbe protection of farmers and
merchants. (Unfavorable report.
Tabled.)
Senator Webb sslled np bis reso
lution pending for the payment of
1250 to J. N. lidding, of Hftteigb, for
services as conoael in toe public prin
ting contest easu of Ib'fJ. Passed.
Hinator M irrisaa introlaced an J
secured tbe pastag of a bill f jr an
other commite clerk.
B B W:J To regulate thu licen
sing of pharmacists.
b B t'to'J To pay expens. s of the
legislative committee vlsUkg thu
tit ate Hospital for the Insane at
Morganton.
8 B 611, II B 805-To amend the
Craig law and provide for revoca
tion of licenses oi insurance compa
nies that seek to transfer case
from State to United states courts.
Senate resolution, in behalf of J.
W Stamey and W. W. Strlngfleld,
paying them $100 each la the con
tested election case, pissed third
radlng.
House The following bills were
Introduced:
H B 1106-By Mr. Collins, of Hay
wood An act to incourage the
building of Pulp Paper Mills and
industries in the counties of Hay
wood. Jackson and Swain.
H B 1077 By Mr. Graham -An
act to prevent the fulling of timber
In Tar river, Greenville county.
II B 1080 By Mr. Owen, of Samp
son An act to regulate inherit
ance.
The bill Introduced by McLean
of Scotland providing for the es
tablishment of one or more fertili
zer factories to operate by state
prison convicts was killed in the
House.
The following bills passed their
third reading:
Anthonz.ng the commissioners of
Hirnttt to issue bonds for the erec
tion of a bridge. .
Aatkoiizing the commissioners of
Johnston county to work convicts on
the public roads.
Prohibiting the hunting on the
lands of another in Mitchell county
without the written consent of the
owaer.
Establishing a supplemental school
dis riot in White House township,
Robeson county.
Fur working the convicts on the
public road in Graham and Clay
counties.
Ilia Law TJpart,
Only Ills
JLeft.
Bad rolttlcs
Morganton Herald.
That brilliant sophomore, Mr.
Locke Craig, is after the scalps of
Justices Douglas and Furches. We
suppose in common with many
others, he doesn't like those gentle
men and their opinions and thinks
they ought to be deprived of their
oftices and turned out to grass. The
chances of getting a Democratic
court for use in the case of an injunc
tion growing out of the election of
1902, would be sufficient argument
to justify Mr. Craig, in the opinion
of rabid partisans; but cool men
want better reasons given for so
grave a proceeding and we have no
fear that anything will come of the
matter. Mr. S. J. Ervin, of our
town, has an article in Monday's
Charlotte Observer which complete
ly upsets Mr. Craig's law and leaves
him only his bad politics.
Then Came the Looters.
Kansas City Journal.
The Anthony Republican is at
hand with a full account of thejoint
smashing crusade led by Mrs. Sher
iff. A terrible feature of the work,
says this paper, was the opportunity
offered and eagerly seized for loot
ing. Men and boys followed the
women from saloon to saloon and
helped themselves to many gallons
of liquor and many thousands of
cigars. The result was that the town
became filled with drunken men
and boys. Boys could be seen spew
ing about the streets from the un
customed use of tobacco and a num
ber of them probably had never tas
ted liquor in their lives. We gath
er from the Republican's account
that the occasion became a big town
drunk, and it is a sad and curious
commentary on this kind of tem
perance education.
Filipino Wo men O rg-amze Peace Learae
Manila, Feb. 9. Fifty American
and 200 Filipino women organized
the Women's Peace League, at the
Libertad Theatre today. The league
advocates American sovereignty. A
Filipino woman presided. The ex
ecutive committee will meet at the
residence of Mrs. Taft, wife of Judge
Taft, president of the United States
Philippine commission, Tuesday, is
to complete the organization.
Morrison, of Richmond county,
aid in the Senate Saturday, that
party that would filiate with negroes
were no better than negroes. The
negro counties went Democratic
We could say more, but think this
sufficient.
A Brokerage Firm Capitalized at 50.
OOO Incorporated at Greensboro.
Greensboro. N. C. Feb. 9th. The
Piedmont Cotton Company was in
corporated here today. The camta
took is $50 000. The incorporators
are x. w. wade, L. J. Brandt and
W. It. Patterson. The eomnanr wil
do a Droxerage Dimness.
Dr. Charles D. Mclver, Presiden
State Normal, delivered a- speech
it. tha annual mootlnor nf thtk Am.
strong association in New York last
IRatnrdav.
T0VX CFKCLTC3 FC28 ttiZtm.
mm a ttni4i
All I a Jmimtm
Vmt t of Bm
Ton.
and IIoiWMi m a Ifry
Topeka, Feb. 10. Hoi km, Kan.,
was purged of its joints Saturday.
The purging procfsM was accomplish,
ed by a band of at least 1,000 per
Kn, who took the law Into their
own hands and attacked the Joints
of the city. Three joints wen put
out of buni nem and Hoi ton Is a dry
town for tbe first time in 15 years.
The cltizeus of Hoi ton held a meet
ing Friday night and decided that
thee places must be closed at once
Saturday they met at the Methodist
church and after some preliminary
exerci- they started out to do their
work. There were about 300 people
at the church. There were a num
ber of officers in the crowd and they
led the way to the flrnt joint, which
had been kept for years by a woman
named Hicks.
The crowd broke down the doors
and took out the liquor, emptying
it into the streets. They then broke
up all the fixtures in the true Nation
style, not leaving a whole thing that
could be ued in the business. The
proprietress tried to leave, but the
crowd refused to let her. When the
demolition of this place was com
pleted, the crowd started to do the
came with the other joints, nine In
number. The proprietors of these
places, by working hard, managed
to turn out all their liquor by the
time the crowd reached their places
of business and nearly had the fix
tures moved out. They pleaded
earnestly to be allowed to keep the
fixtures and promised on their oaths
never again to sell a drop of liquor
in Holton. One of the jointists
named Anderson got down on his
knees and supplicated the crowd not
to destroy his fixtures, as it would
ruin him financially, and he promis
ed to have them out of town in an
hour. The citizens decided to give
the remaining jointists a few hours
in which to leave the city.
There was not a semblance of law
lessness at any time during the prog
ress of the smashing. Lawyers,
newspaper men and business men
helped to swell the crowd, which
was composed of some of the best
people of Holton.
After smashing had been complet
ed the guardians of the law went
to the Methodist church and had a
thanksgiving service over the suc
cessful result of their work. Satur
day night a meeting was held in
Holton and a vigilance committee
was organized to see that a joint
should never again have a chance to
do business there. The members of
the committee say the first man ap
pearing with a joint will be stripped
and banished. They accomplished
in two hours what the officers ha 9
not done in two years
A HIIjIj to legalize saloox smash
ing.
Topeka, Kan., Feb. 11. Repre
sentative Lawrence Saturday intro
duced a bill in the House to legal
ize joint-smashing, making it a suffl
cient defense in an action at law to
show that the property destroyed
was used in the operation of a joint.
The bill was advanced to second
reading. A motion to rush it to
third reading was defeated by a
vote of 37 to 26.
WOULD ACCEPT THE OFFER IF' AL-
liOWED TO USE HER HATCHET.
Des Moines, Feb. 9. During the
afternoon Mrs. Nation received a tel
egram from a well-known brewing
company, offering her $500 a month
to go on the road and advertise its
beer. She replied: "If it is your
pleasure that I shall "advertise your
business with the hatchet, which is
my usual way, I am at your service.
I promise that every one shall hear
of your famous beer"
Mrs. Nation lectured to a large
audience to-night. She will also
speak here tomorrow night. On
Monday she starts for Chicago.
WOMEN TRY TO SMASH DRUG STORE
Chicago, Feb. 9. Single-handed
and with no better weapons than
his fists Edward S. Safranek, clerk
of the Cupit Drug Company, today,
repulsed six women who were mak
ing a determined assault on the con
corn's store, at Lake street and Sac
ramento avenue. The glass in the
front door was shattered and $50
worth of drugs In the show window
destroyed before the smashers were
( beaten away.
Safranek tried to hold
'one of the women prisoner, but she
was rescued by her five companions
ONCRESSMAN SHAW PASSES AWAY.
Found Dead Sunday Mornlna In Hie
Room at tbe liiffK Honae.
Washington, Feb. 10. Bepresen
tatlve Albert D. Shaw, of Water-
town, N. Y., formerly commander-
id-chief of the Grand Army of the
Republic, was found dead this mor
ning in nis room at tne Kigg's
House. A physician summoned im
mediately after the discovery of the
body pronounced death due to apo
plexy probably about 2 o'clock in
the morning. Colonel Shaw had re
turned about 1:30 o'clock from a
banquet at the Ebbitt Houss, in hon
or of his successor, General Leo Ras-
Sieur, and before he left the banquet
hall had responded eloquently to a
toast and appeared in excellent
health and spirits. The body was
discovered lying face downward on
the floor, where he had fallen sud-
aemy ana neaviiy. Alter nis re
turn to the hotel, Colonel Shaw ask
ed for hot water, complaining of in
digestion. The water was brought
to him and that was the last seen of
him alive.
"Gin" Hnleer's Outfit Scooped.
Chattanooga, Tens., Feb. 12.
Last Sunday the revenue officers dis
covered a distillery in full operation
m the residence of "Gin" Hulsey,
near Rome, Ga. They also found
beneath the basement a cellar in
which was quite a quantity of illicit
whiskey They also fonnd that Hul
sey had arranged a system of signals
operated from an organ in the par
lor by which his daughter warned
him in ease of danger. She was not
at home when the ofioera made the
1 d, and h,ar father was caught
Tci mm tin cas uu3 izin.
KttW
hr le
at
mMU1h a CW liiimlmftv
000,000 to tk Afar Troon
Charlotte Ob-f rver.
Washington, Feb. 9. During th
entire nion of to-day tbe rVnate
had ander consideration tbe naval
appropriation bill. Practically the
bill wa completed when it was laid
aside for the day, all of tbe commit
tee amendment being adopted, but
as tbe measore was about to be
placid on itii pa.ge, Mr. Butler, of
North Carolina, precipitated a di-
cu.ion of the armor plate q not Ion.
In order to enable winae others to
ttpeak upon the matter, the bill wan
laid alde until Monday. Eulogle
upon the late Representative liar
mer, of Pennsylvania, concluded the
efcion.
While the naval bill wat under
consideration, Mr. Butler, of North
Carolina, called attention to the para
graph in the bill appropriating 15,-
000,000 to pay for armor plate al
ready contracted for. 1 f the bill had
provided the entire sum necessary
to pay for armor contracted for, it
would carry for that purpose, he said,
16,564,550. He said tbe Senate
absolutely was precluded from con
sidering the matter now because
Congress had authorized the Secre
tary of the Treasury to pay for arm
or whatever the armor trust could
hold him up to. In the course of
hi speech, in which he reviewed the
old armor question, Mr. Butler de
clared that by the present arrange
ment the government was making a
clear donation of $5,000,000 to the
armor trust. At the conclusion of
Mr. Butler's speech the naval bill
was laid aside.
VERY LATEST MEWS.
The Greenville Reflector says
there are several cases of smallpox
n Greene county.
Henry J. Ellicott, the famous
sculptor, died at his home In Wash
ington Tuesday. He made the stat
ue of Vance which stands at the
east entrance of the State capltol.
BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE.
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will .nd tre
mendous energy are not found where
Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities and the success they bring.
use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
develop every power of brain and
body. Only 25 cents. Sold by all
Druggist.
Wilson and Lee Nominated.
Washington, Feb. 11. The Presi
dent today sent to the Senate the
following nominations to be briga
dier-generals; James H. Wilson of
Delaware, FitzhughLee of Virginia.
VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve,
cures them; also Old. Running and
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
scalds, unapped Hands, (jniiblams.
Best Pile cure on eartn. Drives ont
Pains and Aobes. Only 25 cts. a box
Cure guaranteed. Sold by all Druggist
Sale of Island Approved.
London, Fb. 13. A dispatch to
the Daily Mail from Copenhagen
says that the nuance committee of
the Folethmg has, with one dissent
ing vote, approved the sale of the
Danish West Indies to the United
Siates.
NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, bnt one who would be at
tractive must keep her health. If
sne is weak, sicKiy and an run
down, she will be nervous and irri
table. If she has constipation or
kidney trouble, her impure blood
will cause pimples, blotches, skin
eruptions and a wretched complex
ion. Electric Bitters is the best
medicine in the world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys and to
purify the blood. It gives strong
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety
skin, rich complexion. It will make
a good-looking, charming woman
of a run down invalid. Only 50c at
all druggists.
Fatal Fire in Boston.
Boston, r eD. 10. two persons
dead five others badly injured and
a financial loss of 12,500 is the sum
mary of damage caused by a fire
that occurred in a four-story brick
dwelling, on Harrison avenue, early
this morning.
WANTED. Two reliable Traveling
Salesmen in eacn State; permanent po
sition ; salary and expenses ; experience
not absolutely essential. Address,
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7KB. 14th 19th, 1901.
For these occasions, tickets will be
sold February 12 th to 18 h inclusive.
from Washington, D. C, and all
points on the Seaboard A;r Line
Railway, at rate of one fare for the
round trip, tickets good returning
until March 7sh, 1901. inclusive.
With its new passenger service in
angurated Jan. 27th, the Seaboard
Air Line Railway is now. operating
the finest trains in the 8 rath, and a
trip to the Mardi Gras on one of
these magnificent trains via any of
their many attractive routes will cer
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11 . u 1 11 f j 1 1 m 1 yjf
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vrry dangerous irr ; $1 tot H fcrt,
VWT km loxe ao.
The btl i qmckW rtmUuuBeted tr
the foul ecrelkrM. n. tUr jiki ihrocjii
uj grnertd curulUjtt it earned to all
parts cf tut tutcsi.
CAJrn. : an.1 t-ait are cnutiv
factory and diwpjajinting, brcau lbe tl j
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ana tummin irom ine ttrtn a l cxIai-
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Mi4l CaUnh, out. ail
the dlaajtrcratAc esfcet
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NAUCURATION PRESIDENT UCKIHLEY,
MARCH 4TH.
On account of tbe above occasion tbe
Seaboard Air Line Railway will sell
round trip tickets to Washington. D
o., from all points for one fare for the
round trip. Rate from Raleigh $8.30.
Tickets to be sold March 1st, 2nd and
3rd, good returning until March 9th.
Military Companies twenty five or
more on one ticket one cent per mile
plus arbitrary.
roriuriner lniormauon can on or
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from New York via Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington to Rich
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Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Connections at Jacksonville for Tam
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Ausrustine for the East Coast. This
train also carries Drawing Room
Sleeping car New York to Atlanta.
Leaves Boston 12:03 a. m., New
York 12:55 p. m., (from 23rd Street
Station Pennsylvania Railroad),
Philadelphia 3:29 p. m., Baltimore
arriving at Southern Pines, N. C.
5:56 a. m , Columbia, S. C, 10:00 a
m., avannan, ua., izrzo p. m.
Jacksonville 3:50 p. m., St. Augus
tine 5:00 p. m., Tampa 6:30 a. m.,
Charlotte 9:51 a. m., Atlanta 4:35
p. m. Connections are made both
at Miami on the East Coast and Port
Tampa on the West Coast for Key
West and Havana. The "Florida
and Metropolitan Limited" is luxur
iously equipped in every respect,
with Pullman Drawing Room Car,
Compartment Car with Drawing
Rooms and State Rooms, Observa
tion Car, through Day Coaches and
unexcelled Pullman Dining Car ser
vice.
For further information, call on
or write to all Pennsylvania Rail
road offices, or representatives of the
Seaboard Air Line Railway at 306
Washington Street, Boston, Mass.;
1206 and 371 Broadway, New York;
30 South Third Street, Philadelphia;
207 East German Street, Baltimore,
1434 New York Ave., Washington;
or to R. E. L. Bunch, General Pass
enger Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
S. A. L.
RAILWAY
Direct Line to Aii Points in I
Georgia.
Alabama,
Florida,
Texas,
Cuba and
Porto Rico.
FAST LIMITED AND EXERESS
TRAINS, FIRST-CLASS EQUIP
MENT and the best accommodation
Day coaches and Buffet Sleeping cars
on all trains. "
Travel by the "FLORIDA AND
METROPOLITAN LIMITED,"
and yon are assured of a quick
and a comfortable journey.
Unequaled Dining Car Service-
Call on or write for time tables,
rates and other information to
C. H. GATTIS, C. P. and T. A.,
Raleigh, N. C.
Ha S. LEARD, T. P. A.,
Hamijct, N. C.
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AY
ISiStandard Railway
of The South.
The Direct Line o all points
Texas -
Florida - Cuba
Porto Rico.
Strictly FIRST CLASS Equipment
on all through and local trains; Poll
man Palace Sleeping cars on all night
trains. Fast and safe schedules.
Travel by tbe Southern and you are
assured a safe, comfortable and expe
ditious journey.
Apply to ticket agents for tisse ta
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address
(No trouble to answer questions)
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Washington. D. C
B L VERNON,
THAD C bTURGIS,
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Charlotte. N u
Raleigh, N C
The State Horaal and Mistrial
College.
OF NORTH CAKOUNA
Offers to young: women thorourh
literary, classical, scientific and indus
trial education and special pedagogical
traininar. Annual expenses VJ2 to
i 4182: for non-residents. $163. Faculty
of SO members. Has matriculated
about 2,000 students, representing
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Practice ana uoeervauon bcnooi oi
about 250 pupils. To secure board in
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Gorreenondenoe invited from those
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