Newspaper Page Text
BREAST "MOTHER'S FRIEND" MWSSS ofTorcil child-bearing woman. I havo been a niiil-wifo for many years, and in each caso whero "Mother's Friend" liad been used ithaa :ircinlished wonders and relieved much mitrcriiiK. It is tho lcst remedy for rising of the breast known, and worth tlio priceforthat alono. Mas. M. M. Ukustek, Montgomery, Ala. Sent lv express, charges prepaid, on receipt of irice,"61.50 per bottle. BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., bold by all druggists. Atlanta, GA. St. Mary's School, B LEIGH, N. C. The Advent Term of the 51st annual ses- siou will begin September 23d. Number of pupils limited. For Catalogue A.ddrss REV. BEIiliETT SWEDES, A. H., jv!33m. RALEIGH, N. C. CURE YOURSELF! Ask your Druvrist for a bonis of Big G. The only non-peUonout remedy lor all the unnatural discharge and Smite diaeaati of men and tha ebtlltatlnr weakneu peculiar to women. It curea In a few dayi without the aid or mbucitj ol a doctor. Tht L'nxvrtal American Our. Manufactured by ,Tm Evans Chemical Go.1 CINCINNATI. THURSDAY, Sept. 1, 1892. NEWS 01 THE STATE. A letter from Chapel Hill savs stu dents are coming in rapidly. New ones came in on every train. Exery train brings in students to Trinity college and the school will open to-day with a very large atte ndance. The work of macadamizing Ox ford's streets is progressing slowly ow ing to difficulties in obtaining stone. It is said that the Postal Telegraph company will build to Durham, from tuyl-ly. THE FISH AND OYSTER CONVEN TION. It Takes a Decided Stand Against Dredging or Scraping. In pursuance to a call from W. H. Lucas, chief commissioner of fish and oysters, to the oystermen and those in terested in the oyster industry of North Carolina, they met in conven tion at Ocracoke, N. C, August 17th, at 11 a. m. Mr. John L. Goodwin, of Carteret county, was unanimously elected chairman, and J. A, Hooper, of Dare county, secretary. The fol lowing resolutions were unanimously adopted and ordered to be presented to our next legislature: Henderson, if proper inducements are . to scraping or dredging in any manner. Slven shane or form. At Greensboro to day Reynolds and oyster grounds of North Carolina by Headin will be put on trial for the any and all persons in any depth of murder of aged Mr. Swaim in Guilford water, for we know that scraping or county. dredging would open the door to mo- F. R.Hale, chief of police of Greens- nopoly and combinations as it has be boro ex-honerated of charges of drunk- fore and oppress and ruin the oyster eness made against him and has been men, as well as destroy the State's in-rein-stated, terest in her public oyster grounds. Joint appointments are agreed upon 2. That we are opposed to the en- between A. II. A. Williams, Thomas tering of any of our public oyster Settle and W. R. Linsay, the candi- grounds by any and all persons, for a dates for Congress in the fifth district. great many f the very best oyster In Fishing Creek township, Gran- Srounds ?f the JState'J where we have ville county, while an old man named f hndreds "d thousands of Dement, who was somewhat deaf, was tbush3.13 of ?ste.rs' have been taken UP on his way home, he walked across a by Pvate parties; thus depriving us of watermelon patch. A boy named the P"vlleSe of ystering on said Hayes hailed hira.Dementdid not hear grounds' and causing the State to lose and kept on. The boy threw a stone Je very valuable revenue that might which hit the back of his head and kill- be0de"!ed from,said yster lands. e(j ujIUt 3. That the law of 1887 allowing Mr. Will Van Ness, of Charlotte. L.-j r.t- :i. i.-J-. , siuc ui me iwu iuiiu umn, oe repeaiea. 4. That the individual and boat tax CI'NSUMPTIO fc 1 BRONCHITIS hay f cvo-a so NE is all it will cot-t you to learn how you may pos itively and promptly cure Catarrh. Asthma. Hay Fever, Bronchitis La Grippe and Con sumption. From the same source you n.ay learn a perfect and pleasant rem iiy for Indigestion, Constipation, and Mental and Physical prostration. Ho you waiiC this valuable information ? Simply buy a postal card and send your name to the undersigned at either i'.'laies gtveu, and a Manual of Specific Oxygen, giving full information to t;ptlier with testimony of many won tterfnl cures, will be prompt' mailed you. S odrtc Oxygen is not a patent med It h an honest horn? treatment. U is th'jonly nu-dicated Oxygen. bcparuTft r-pt-cincs for Cn May rever. Ness, of Charlotte, spent two weeks last month with chief Smith, of the Cherokees, in Swain county. He tells the News that the Cherokees there number 1,500. The government gives them an annual ap propriation of $18,000 for schools, and there is a mission house and also three churches, Baptist, Methodist and Pres byterian. All the preachers are full blooded Indians and preach in the Ch rokee tongue. each be reduced to twenty -five cents; and the tax upon the oysters be in creased from one cent to ten cents per bushel. 5. That we endorse the action of the last legislature in giving us the present law, thereby protecting our in terest as well as the State's in her public oyster grounds. THE DEMOCRATIC CANVASS. The gentlemen named below will ad dress the voters of the State at the times and places named : Ellas Carr and T. J. Jarvls. Washington, Beaufort county, Sept. 3. Williamston, Martin county, Sept. 5. Plymouth, Washington, county,Sept. 6. Edenton, Chowan county, Sept. 7. Hertford, Perquimans county, Sept. 8. Elizabeth City, Pasquotank county, Sept. 9. Camden C. II., Camden county, Sept. 12. Currituck C. H., Currituck county, Sept. 10. U. II. Glenn. Franklin's, Wake county September 2. Thomasville, Davidson county Sept. 3. Rutherfordton, Rutherford county Sep tember 5. Morganton, Burke county Sept 6. M. W. Ransom. Madison, Rockingham county, Sept 3. Danbury, Stokes county, Sept 7. Mocksville, Davie county, Sept 9. Winston, September 10. Lenoir, Caldwell county, Sept. 20. C. OT. Cooke Old Fields, Wilson county, Sept 3. JohnC. Scarborough. Rock Springs, Caldwell county, Sep. 3. Lenoir, Caldwell county, Sept. 5. J. C. Scarborough and R. B. Glenn. Morganton, Burke county, Sept 6. Marshall, Madison county, Sept 7. Ivy, McElroy's Mills, Madison county, aept . Burnsville, Yancey county, Sept 9 . Bakersville, Mitchell county, Sept 10. Linville City, Mitchell county, Sept 12. Uoone, Watauga county, Sept 13. W. M. Robbing. Lexington, Davidson county, Septem ber C. II. A. Gudgcr. Sand Hill, September 3. Morganton, September 5. Old Fort, September 6. Mar's Hill, September 9. Big Joy, September 10. Waynesville, September 13. Sandy Mush, Buncombe caunty, Sept. 16. Leicesters, Buncombe county, Sep. 17. Lenoir, Caldwell county, Sept. 20. A. Lcazar. Aberdeen, Moore county, Sept. 2. Cameron, Moore county, Sept. 3. Apex, Wake county, Sept. 5. Mt. Vernon Springs, Chatham county, Sept. 6. Staley, Randolph county, Sept. 7 n. W. R. Henry. Hamilton, Martin county, Sept 6. Williamston, Martin county, Sept 7. Jamesville, Martin county, Sept 8. Merry Hill, Bertie county, Sept 10. Windsor, Bertie county, Sept 12. Aulander, Bertie county, Sept 13. Coleraine, Bertie county, Sept 14. Harrellsville, Hertford county, Sept 16. St. Johns, Hertford county, Sept 17. Buckland, Gates county, Sept. 19. Gatesville, Gates county, Sept 20. W. J. Montgomery. Sulphur Springs. Rutherford count v. Sept. 23. Henrietta Mills, Rutherford countv. Sept. 23, at night. Rutherfordton, Rutherford countv. Sept. 24. W. C. Douglass and A. D. Jones. Wake Forest, Wake county September 6, at night. AV. C. Douglass and J. P. Leach. Kittrells, Vance county September 7 V. C. Douglass W. V. Long and J. P. Leach. Littleton, Halifax county September 8. C. M. Cooke, J. E. Moore. Rock Ridge, Old Field's township Wilson county, September 3. T. B. Womack, A. D. Jones and V. II. Green. Rogers' Store, Wake county, Friday, September 9. Falls, Wake county, Saturday, Sep tember 10. C. B. Aycock and AV. II. Bower. Gastonia, Gaston county, September 8, at night. B. II. Biiiiii. Poplar Springs, Franklin county, Sep tember 12. Cedar Rock, Franklin county, Sep tember 13. Hayesville. Franklin county, Sept. 14. Kittrells, Vanf-e county, Sept. 15. Williamson, Vance county. Sept. 16. Henderson, Vance county, Sept, 16, at night. Ashboro, Randolph county, S"pt. 20. Pittsboro, Chatham county, Sept. 27. C. M. Cooke, E. C. Bcddinglield, F. L. Merrltt and AV. II. Green. Mitchell's Mill, Wake county, Wed nesday, September 7. Pernell, Wake county, Thursday, Sep tember 8. F. M. Simmons, Chm'n. R. II. Cow an, Sec'y. INSURE! What Does It Mean? Webster says, "TO MAKE SURE OR SECURE." Have you secured to jour family an estate, the income of which will provide the same comforts they now enjoy, should they be deprived of your services and counsel Dy premature death? If you have such an estate, what guarantee have you against reverses ol fortune: how do you know you are going to hold that ESTATE INTACT UNTIL DEATH. IF THE NATIONAL, BANKS WERE TO ADVERTISE that, upon depositing with them $356.50 every year, for twenty years, at the end of the twenty years the de pof its would be returned, with 6 per ceut. compound interest, amounting to $10,000.00 FOR EVERY DEPOSITOR, and if a small additional sum were deposited with each $256.50 they would pay. In the event of the death of a depositor, before the expiration of the twenty years, the whole amount of $10,000.00, IMMEDIATELY on receipt of proofs, What a Stampede there would be on our National Banks And yet, varying the figures to correspond with the different ages of persona, and classes of tolicies, this is substantially what THE WASHINGTON L'i I E c OMPANY '(.aruTft Specifics for Catarrh an It is irescr!Ied by physicians. ir Is recommended by thousands-. Write for m.imiH at once. Address THE SFECIFiC OXYGEN CO, Nashville, Tenn. Or: M0 Sheely IllMir, Omaha, Inter Oce-tn lil'ds. Chicaco, 111, W. Alabama til., Atlanta, Ga. Broadway. Louisville. Kv. 6. That we heartily endorse the Maj. Charles M. Stedman, Bill Nye noble and patriotic manner in which and Hon. John Gray Bynum spent our very excellent Governor, Thomas E.c.Beddingricid and B.A.Doughto xuuiiuay wiui senator vance, ai nis M. Holt, has endeavored to protect the Nashville, Nash county, September 2. country seat, Gombroon, near Black public oyster grounds of the State and Lanes School House, Green county, Mountain. Mai. Stedman tells the rp.Nfrved tb nvstwrs for tb hnpfit nf September 3. v I - I - - - " I our native citizens. We extend to him a full assurance of our apprecia tion and .confidence in his true, noble and patriotic course as our beloved Governor. 7. That we fully and heartily ap- . -a prove oi the true and unwavering course of W. H. Lucas, our chief Abbott's East India Corn Paint cures all corns, warts and bunions. Belching at any time is due to indiges tion both are cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. Asnevuie uuizen tuat the party was enthusiastic over the visit. The Sen ator they found improving in health, his condition giving hope that he will soon be fully restored. Senator Vance, Maj. Stedman says takes great interest in the political situation in North Carolina. He has faith in the shell fish commissioner, in his untir- people of his State and does not be lieve that there is any danger of their ing efforts to protect our interests as I - 14 .4 - W. . 1 . . , I ,1.1 P.I C . Neb.- 412 &u,"o vucuici BUitugc uu. ou uet-p wen as inose oi tne state. MX is tne oanator s interest tnat ne ex- s. we also endorse the course of pects at an early day to issue an ad- Capt. Adam Warner, associate com dress on the political situation to the missioner and captain of the patrol people ot Jsorth Carolina. 429 9 THE DIUEGT TAX. The Comptroller Says the Interest and Penalties will be Paid. The following correspondence ex plains itself: Richmond, Va., Aug. 13, 1892. Hon A. C. Natthewft, Comptroller Treas ury Department, Washington, D. G. Siu i our communication of the 5th instant was duly received, and in regard to the subject-matter thereof I respectfully call your attention to the following item, copied from the Rich mond Dispatch of this date: "A few days ago the Dispatch pub lished a letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury stating that in refunding the direct tax to the several States, boat, in looking after carefully and OT. w. Ka zealously protecting every interest con nected with the oyster industry of our State. 9. That we extend our thanks to Mr. John L. Goodwin, our worthy chair man, and Mr. J. A. Hooper, our efficient secretary, for the very able and satisfactory manner in which they have discharged their respective duties. John L. Goodwin, Chm'n. J. A. Hooper, Sect'y. EXUJI AND OTIIO AVILSON. 1 sulierea irom a severe cola in my head for months and could get no relief, Was advised to use Ely's Cream Balm It has worked like magic in its cure. am free from my cold after using the Balm one week, and I believe it is the best remedy known. Samuel J. Harris, wholesale grocer, 119 Front street, New York. To build up Your system And restore Your strength Invigorate your Liver and purify Your blood, Strengthen your Nerves and give An appetite take That excellent Medicine, P. P. P., (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium.) OF NEW YORK, Is doing every day in the year, and every hour in the day, in offering these EN DOWMENTS to business and professional men, farmers and capitalists. The Invest ments of THE WASHINGTON are cot in any sense speculative. A dividend in the Washington, once declared, is never forfeited, and as long as a policy holder has A dollau in dividends to his credit, his policy cannot lapse and . V 1 A .11... tti . - . ' mis is true oi no omer uie insurance uompany doing business In this country. For full information regarding policies or agencies, call on or write. H I. UbAK E, Special District Agent, au30-tf Room 14. Commercial and Farmers Bank Building, Raleigh, N. C. KESWICK ALBEMARLE CO. VA. SCHOOL.' location In the eonntrr, near Tnir. of Va.. h.-allhful anJ bautifuL Chrnuan and n-fionl aryta! Inflame. Rot. rrrrarM ft University, V. 8. Military and Naval Academic or ttunnnu. Special attention to barLwau-d ,onag aarav SiiniUr of mii.tj o limited that ca-h may he Individually oared far. Testimonials or cod moral and nal mandinc tvaatrnl f..r f,,.,.,,-. Addrew J. M. l'AUE, M. A., l'h. D, (Vm. Principal, .r T. W. I'AUE, A. J mm. t'rio.-lp.lC OUH AM. VI. Jy 31-eott-(5w CmcHESriR S English. Red Cross TZ. Diamond Brand ffti .H vtj r eini. im . l . a . i , . ... .. . i ImIm. k Drmpriai lor CktckMter BmMf Diamond Brand in tied and Gold avrtalli boxisa sealed vita blue ribbon. Take mtkrr klad. Jtefm .tmimwi mnd Mmawt. All pill is parteooard bores, dnk rarra. are 4aacrraaaraaatrrr-lta. At Dranirm.. or aead mm 4. Is itamix for particulars, uaunwniaia, and "lie lief for lAdlm." m letter, hy rrtar. HaU. lO.OOO Teatlmoniala. .Kama 'aper. CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO., Madlaoa Noaara, 8oM kr il Loeai UraulsU. 1'UlLADtLJ'lHA. i'A. jy ld- o d &4;w-ly. Ja KIMN Kelieve all snrenr rf the nriri.it nin.tnn. -nrt cures (Xj.NOKKHcMA and GI.l I T in i tos lTi. No other treatment neccstary. Ne-cai.-- stricture t learea any injurious ltct cilocts. frice. II. Sold by druciits. BLOOD BALM C0.,Pf'. lt!mU.S. apllT-ly. Hold a Goldsboro Conferenee at ITIoiiday. Goldsboro Argns, 31st. S. Otho Wilson, chairman of the State executive committee of the third oartv was here Monday nieht. holding not only the amount of tax collected a ciose conference with Exum, post but the interest and penalties as well master John R. Smith, H. L Grant, would be paid back. an( otner leaders of the third party "It is Stated at the capitol yester- an(i the republican party. The con- day however, that only the net tax col- ference lasted until after midnight and lected had been refunded to the btates, was very elaborate as to the ground and that the question of refunding the COVered. The conferees discussed 'costs snd penalties' was in abeyance. every phase of the situation, and form- James II. Pou. Newbern, at night, September 2. Reelsboro, Pamlico county, Sept. 3. AV. Saiiderliii. With Doughton and Beddingficld, at Lane's School House, Edgecombe coun ty, September 3. Burgaw, Pender county, Sept 12. South Port, Brunswick county, Sept 13. It. A. Dougltton and G. AV. Saiiderliu. Lizzie, Greene county, September 10. Burgaw, Pender county, Sept. 12. Southport, Brunswick county, Sept 13. Averysboro, Harnett county, Sept. 15. Little River Academy, Cumberland county, Sept. 16. Red Springs, Robeson county, Sept 19. iiKom, J. 11. Lewellyn and Clement lUauly. Wilkesboro, September 5. G. AV. Saiiderliii and Jaw, T. LcGrand. Williamson's, Richmond county, Sep tember 20. Smith's school house, Richmond coun ty, Sept. 21. G. AV. Saiiderliii and J. A. Lot-kliart. Morven, Anson county, Sept. 22. White's Store, Anon county, Sept. 23. C. D. Aycock. Pactolus, Pitt county, September 2. Keelsville, Pitt county, September 3. Mooresville, Iredell county, Sept. 6. "tM nor, 1 In "Torlrlonrnrrf nr.linfiT flonf t7 S. B. Alexander and W. E. Ardrev Metal, Tableware, Jewelry, &c. Light have been requested and are expected to and easily handled, no experience re- Agents AV anted. Male and female, old and $5 to $25 per day easily made, sell ing our Queen Plating Outfits, and doing Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper and Brass Plating, that is warranted to wear for years, on every class of A GRAND SUCCESS!! oo Almost the entire first edition of 5,000 copies eold before coming from the press. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO'S. NORTH CAROLINA SPELLING BOOK, (Compiled by a teacher.) oo Contains a complete English vocabulary, all proper names in the Geography and History of North Carolina; woods, timbers, shrub, minerals, connties, cities, towns, villages, mountains, lakes, rivers, etc., etc. Also near 200 new words in general use not to be found in any other spelling-book. CC North Carolina teachers are delighted with the book, it being the lest and" cneapesL ot tne mar set. I?rice SO Cents tt Copy Vy 3Ia.il. PUBLISHED II Y i ALFRED WIMjIAMS & CO., KalciRli, N. O. isSend in your orders at once for fall term. LIPPMAN BROS.. Proprietors, Crujglsts. Llppman's Block. SAVANNAH. GA. OU 1) ouo CIIRE5 ALL 5KIN AND BLDDD DI5EA5E5 No doubt, however, seem.3 to be enter tained that these will be paid back eventually." 1 now write not only in my own interest but in behalf of others equally interested in the distribution of the direct-tax fund, to enquire whether or not there was paid to this State "not onlv the amount of the tax collected but the interest and penant iesas well. According to the purport of your let ter of the 15th instant the question of refunding the costs and penalties is ulated their insidious plans of cam paign. They are mutually allied the republican party and the third par ty, and in due time the Arqus will ex pose their perfidious schemes. Dem ocrats need to be vigilant, patriotic and ajjjrressive. arid prtirrlba II with pret (atlifaetlon for tba caret of all f rmi ana Ur f Frlmarr, rVannilary and Terllary "T -- - sad A Tlilrd Party Boast. Vauce Farmer ThiM Party Organ. The people's party has done more to secure the negro "a free ballot and fair count" in one year, than all that not in abeyance, and consequently . -r--- r j r there should be no withholding thereof m twenty-five years when the fund is distributed under Arsenic and quinine are dangerous your ruling, which as I understand it, drugs to accumulate in one's system, and is conclusive of the matter. " ia to dc nopea tnai mese poisons, as a remedy ior ague, nave naa ineir aay. Ayer's Ague Cure is a sure antidote for the ague, is perfectly safe to take, and is warranted to cure. btii ii itij Kiiuiiiiiatiiiii. Buruiuioua ulcara t", O andular Sirallingi, Rhuumatlim, Malaria, old t'lii'o tier, that cava rMlilad all trtatmant, Uatarrn, CURES I00BF0IS0I 1 1 u i , ' '. N-ald M..d, et. .tc, 1 nn PXfllent pptltT, Luu.lM.u up Ui il.m raIUl'. ""aaa" Laili.i whuM muai ara poltonad and whow blood la In M2lIlIl!iMMlll2Il2-5!ii---,Z TiSlIllirIff1 lajt tl aa , ara QRBjjf CURES KRR Malaria LIPPHAN EE03-. Protrloton. prf Blata, Llppman's Block, BAVIUBAB, OA, Respectfully yours, The Comptroller'! Reply. This is the reply of the Comptrol ler: Treasury Department, ) First Comptroller's Office, WASHI>ON, Aug. 25, 1892. ) Sir: In reply to your communica tion of the 13th instant, I have the honor to fay that at the time the direct tax was refunded to the State of Vir ginia the question of whether or not the refund should include the int rest and penalties was under advisement.! It was thought that, inasmuch as it was very difficult, and in many cas s almost impossible to determine the amount of the interest and penalties, it would be wise to pay the direct tax without delav. This was done with the understanding that the pajm-nt of the interest and penalties would folio v as soon as the lesral question could be deform; nurl if dpfprmined in favor of the States, and the amount could be ascertained. It is now held that in addition to the tax' already paid the interest and penalties shall also be paid, and the amount is now being as certained to that end. Very respectfully, A. C. Matthews, Comptroller. be with Mr. Aycock at above appoint ments. McAdensville, Gaston county. Sept. 8. King's Mountain, Gaston county, Sept. 9. Mooresboro, Cleveland county, Sept. 10. Waco, Cleveland county, Sept. 12. W. H. Bower and J. R. Lewellyn have been requested and are expected to be with Mr. Aycock at above appointments. Jag. II. Merrlmon and Kope Ellas. Brevard, Transylvania county, Sept 6. Oct. Coke and K. C. Beddinsfleld. Lexington, Davidson county, Sept 6. Randleman, Randolph county, Sept 7, at night. Oak Grove Academy, Randolph coun ty, Sept 8. Trinity College, Randolph county, Sept 10. Oetavius Coke, Lee F. Overman and Theo. V. Klutz. Rockwell, Rowan county, Sept 2. Albemarle, Stanly county, Sept 3. Harrisburg, Cabarrus county, Sept 5. C. ITI. Cooke and G. S, Bradsliaw. Asheboro, Randolph county, Sept 20. T. AV. Mason. Winston, September 3. Jaw II. Pon and AV. U. Henry. Reelboro, Pamlico county, Sept 3. C. II. AVatfton. Lexington, Davidson county, Sept. 5. AV. J. Montgomery and l. J. Hoyle. Lallstown, Cleveland county, Sept. 16. Parkville, Cleveland county, Sept. 17. quired to operate them. Can be car ried by hand with ease from house to house, same as a grip sack or satchel. Agents are making money rapidly. They sell to almost every business house and family, and workshop. Cheap, durable, simple and within reach of every one. Plates almost in stantly, equal to the finest new work. Send for circulars, &c Queen City Silver & Nickel Plating Co., East St. Louis, 111. myl9-d&wly. New Discovery V Accident In compounding a solution a part was accldently spilledjon the hand and on wajshingafterward it was discovered that the hair was completely removed. We at once put this wonderful preparation on the market, ana so great has been the demand that we are now introducing it throughout the world under the name of Quern's Anti-IIairine, IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND SO SIMPLE ANY CD ELD CAN USE IT. Lay the hair over and apply the mixture, for a few minutes and the bair disappears as if by matdc without the slightest pain or injury when applied or ever afterward It is unlike any other preparation ever used for a likejmTtKMJe annoyed with hair on their FACE, NKCK an nn mum: Thousand? of LADIES who have beei and ARMS attest its merits. GENTLEMEN who do not appreciate a beard or hair on their neck, find a priceless boon in QUEEN'S ANTI-HAIK1NE which does away with Shaving, by rendering its future growth an utter impossibility. Price of Queen's Anti-Hairine fl per bottle, sent in safety mailing boxes postage paid by ns (securely tealed from observation). Send money or stamp by letter with full address written plainly. Correspondence strictly confidentiaL This advertise ment is honest and straight forward In every every word it conlains. We invite you to deal with us and von will find everything as represented. Cut this out and send to-day. Addreps QUEEN" CHEMICAL CO., 174 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Yon can register your letter at any Postofflceto insure its safe delivery. We will pay $500 for any case of failure or slightest Injury to any purchaser. Every bottle guaranteed. A QUICK AND . Out TIVE Restorer of Manly Visor, and the onlv Le gitimate specific for sexual QPCPIAI To the ladies who introduce and ell their friends 25 Bottles of Queen's Debility and Lost Vital. Ol LUIML Antl Hairine, we will presentwith aSILKUKESS, 15 yard ebest silk, ity known. A Marvellous Extra Large Bottles and samples of silk to select from sent witborder. Good salary Invigorator, entirely! or commission to agents. ieii -iy harmless. Druggists or by mail. $1, 6 for $5. Circu lars free. DR. R. F. CATON, Box 5,257, Boston, Mass ocOKl&wiy TT TS A T1TTTV Tnn ntrnrnnnrlf nnrl fnm. Hy to set the befit value for your money. Economize in yonr footwear by purchasing W. Li. Douglas Shoes, which represent the best value for prices asked, as thousands win tesmy. J)0 YOU AVANT A TEACHER? We can supply you without trouble, delay or cost. Write what you want. I T mt ill X"Vf Ui.TTftn fclrnif aV r ' "When you are gitten, git five for ten," says I " Them's my sentiments," says OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS! w. 44.00: I 42.25 my 42.00 for .4lfMi-. .43.00 42.50 42.00 FOR U0IES 42.00 41.75 FOR BOYS JQO YOU AVANT A POSITION ? We want some experienced teachers for Princlpalships, Music, Elocu ion, etc. Write, enclcsing stamp. C. J. PARKER, Manager Teacher-' Iengue. Branson House, Raleigh, N. C. jy27 eod-dAw-lm L. DOUCLAS W RiniTV COLLEGE Fill the Bill. Rich Mild and Sweet. I.WHITL0CPRICHM0ND.1 1 ii . . i i Five for Ten Cents. S3 SHOE CENTLErVIEN. THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. OTHER SPECIALTIES In footwear are of the same high grade, and represent a money value far beyond the prices charged. See that name and price are stamped on bottom of each shoe. 1 AtVri nil AtlSSTllI TK. W. Li. Doaglas, Brockton, Mass. Bold by SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY HELLER BROS., No. 134 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C. and D. McCATJLEY, Chapel Hill. X. C. Lumber For Sale, N0ETH 0AE0LINA PIKE LUMBER. Flooring, ceiling, weather-boarding, etc, rouffh or dressed I ' . v Jf Heart-pine snmgies, lencmg, rea ceaar post. Also wnite ohk. uui umuer cut wj oruer. Orders solicited. B. NOOE, Jr. my30-3m Pittsboro, N. C. Durham, north Carolina. New bnildinn. AH mrdrii imrroTomfnta, l-.,rt. lir.l,t. T.almratnrica. lilirari-. mti .,., tlpalthfnl climate. Laree rrounl. fuperior faculty of -pwialiet- in aach department. N-ven drpartmenta of itietruction. fnn .vpt. 1. Exivnaoa low. For rslalOKaf aoairaa John Kronklln Crowe", julyl6 deod&w5w Hres't IN Order to Keep Up With the Times. I HAVE BEEN AT CONSIDERABLE expense in tearing down my old build ings aud building entire new shops, foun dry, etc ; also have added new machinery. 1 am preparer to ao an kina or Casting unci 3In crliine Work, PIowm, Etc. lUte. J. H. GILL, Founder. Mnch uist and Manufacturer of all kluiJsol Agricultural Iaiule ments. CaJl and see me at my old ttand corner McDowell and Davie streets. ROANOKE 10th Year beginn September 11th. A College of high grade. Choice of courses for degrees. Also a Commercial course. Separate Preparatory School. Library, 17,000 volumes. Working Laboratory. Good morals. Heathfulmounta'nclin.ate. Buildings improved; heated by steam. Very moderate expenses. Increasing pa tronage from many States Catalogue, with 8 views, free. Address JULIUS I). DREHER, President. jy23eod-lm-w2t. Salem, a. Having just had 12 montta experience in the miui- and tnanufacturing of the lif erent kiwis of iron, I am doubly mre I can give satLsfacf ion. Bring your old castings and get new ones. . .1. U. GILL.. e'finl eod wly A. G. BAUER, AR6HITEGT, RALEIC.II, N. C. Plans and specifications furnished on application. 8-27-ly. THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF Will begin its fourth session Septemler 2, County Superintendents of Edu cation will examine applicants for admis sion. Total ccst 1100 ir year. Address ALEXANDER Q. HOLLA DAY, President. jy3-2m lUlelgh, N. C.