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The 3d(: iiiuitx HOLLO noN, - WInao:r. to 00 3 00 1 50 fvav'irctK n- vear lt.00 .1 V0 JOCK.' Bills BOTANIC The State Chronicle. AIIVERTISIXC 1 Squne 1 time 1 rqire I rnont.1 J Col anin 3 months hi Colnmn 1 jear RATES. I 100 800 SO CO 100 00 VOL. XII rtALEKH, N. C, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, la NO. 30 BLOOD BALM THE GREAT REMEDY i n r aun cum niccucr Tin- .tnH I ...tun i .enriL ULCfcKS. tutwa, fjCROFit-. pMPLES ERUPTIONS. 9 RHtt "'','; f K ATI NO, BTOEADTNO an 'S invniioiy cumi iub iiiubi I (tlnt-ium it dirwtion re fol wr utu, 0 bottlua Ivt 0. for cCMT FntC wo5Dk.hu ll cubes. 3&1V, nnn R4LM CO.. Atlanta. Ga. (kvw ' DSN RETRtAT. ficror m a f Delicacies. hui ha' oca of Mr. Chas. Brets.h, : Knye tevUle Tie tfotM f the n o-t poprlar morts In if ... w'i,! e h ve. t rmh for the rpLebCld ictriii m a 1 vmieties. lu ucid lion Is the 1 B A K E Y tve Nvt cpIpp, r'p. &c.. can be ia - ' ,r 1 - ' . , . . I.. fnjlf II j;: (1.1 LUC IU yiuiuaivi tr if truiis and A Message on the Wing. By Southern Associated Press. I Washington, April 22.- -The Presi dent and Mrs. Cleveland today re ceived a message from the dispatch boat Dolphin at Fort Monroe, brought by carrier pigeons. The pigeons were liberated on the Dol phin shortly after 7 o'clock this morning and reached the loft of the owner, Mr. R. B. Cavelry, in this j city, at 12:20 o'clock this afternoon, I covering the distance of 135 miles ; in little more than five, hours with the weather conditions unfavorable Mr. Cavelry hurried to the White House and delivered the messages to President Cleveland, who ex pressed his surprise at the fast time made in the remark, "H'm, five hours " The messages to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland and another to Mrs. Carlisle were brought by two birds which arrived together at the time named. Ech message ia headed "United States Messenger Pigeon her vice, Uaited States Steamer Dol phin, off 0;d Pcint Comfort light house, 7 a. m." and read as follows: "To the President and Mrs. Cleve land. We are off in good shape and send greetings to you both. "(Signed) M. Margaret Manning," (The widow of Sec. Manning ) "My Dear Mrs. Cleveland: We all tend you grefctings from over the sea. "(Signed) Leila Herbert," (Sec'y Herbert's Daughter.) U K C K I V E D- Aprill, 18935 KING HUMBERT'S DAY. THE &SSKMBLED NAVIES HON- ORED HIM YESTERDAY. The Phi pa In Hampton Roads Were in Gala Array in Recognition of the Carriage Anniversary of Italy's King and Queen. By Southern Associated Press Fort Monroe, Va , April 22. To day is the 25th anniversary of the marriage of the King and Qaeen of Italy. In honor of this event, every war ship here is dressedthis morning in gala array, and ran up the beau tiful green and yellow colors of King Humbert, and as eight bells simultaneously struck on all the ships, cannonading commenced that continued incessantly for ten min utes, during which time all the ves sels were firinr salutes at once. The fire was rapid and loud enough to shake every building on the res ervation. The scene this morning in the Roads is the most beautiful of all the ma vine pictures that have been presented since the first day of rendezvous. From the main of the every American and foreign vessel floats a large flag of Italy, and from the end of those bhips that have jibbons, and up the fore stays, running along the yards and. down the color halliards of the spanker. are thousands of nags, the most conepicious being Italians colors. The ships were dressed in rainbow ! J ? . t t jat r.asnion ana tne vara arm style, ana and with the different shades Sir. Booth's Condition. By Southern Associated Press. New Y.ORK, April 22 Dr. Sinclair Smith left Mr. Booth at 9:10 this morning. He says his patient slept well since 9 o'clock last night, and I brought strongly out by the warm was comfortabe continuously until I Bunshine. The picture of these Disorder in Ireland. By Cble Dublin, April 22 The news of the division in the Housa of Com mons last night on the second read- ng of the Irish home rule bill was received in Armagh early this morn mg. rne ,rauonaii3is at unce pro ceeded to hold a celebration in honor of the triumph, and paraded the streets with cheers for home rule. The Unionists made a counter demonstration and the two parties came into collision. Shots were ex- HANGED HIMSELF. A YADKIM roL'NFY FARMER COM- MITS SUICIDE. He Takes His Own Life at the End of a Rope Financial Trouble Supposed to be the Cause. Winston, N. G, April 22 Special. Isaac Hutchings, a prominent changed between the advocates and I farmer and merchant of Forbush antagonists of home rule, and sev eral persons were injured in the en counter, one of the injured being the constable. Belfast, April 22 One thousand Yadkin county, committed suicide Thursday night, by hanging him self with a roDe. The bodv was af found hanging by members of the men from Queen's Island ship yard 1 family the next morning. Financial marched through the streets of Bel- t.rnnhlft is onnnno n 1,0 fast today singing the national t.h pan nf ih aa.iA a anthem As the men were passing V6ars a?o he was roan mnn through Carrick Hill, the quarter the substantial men of the county; inhabited largely by Nationalists, a misfortunes, however overlook him fight began between the two fac tions. A strong force of police in terfered to quell the disorder, and several arrests were made. causing A liarge Foundered. By Southern Associated Press. New York, April 22 The barge Plymouth, Capt Wyman, from New port News, with coal for New York, foundered during a heavy easterly gale Thursday night off Barnegat The Plymouth was in tow of the ocean tug, L. Luckenbach, and when it became apparent that the barge could not stand the heavy nation are here to tftke t . th li a. .1 1 1 I . r him to mae one or two failures. He was about GO vears of age and was one the leading mem bers of the church, Quaker denomi nation. Rev L G. Broughton, pastor of Broad Street Baptist church, who made an uncalled for attack on the newspapers in his discourse last Sunday night, announces he will de vote fifteen minutes tomorrow night to papeis that have critisized him Tomorrow will be eventful for the Presbyterians of Winston. Several prominent divines of that denomi Foxe i LOKIDA Oranges. We lave jart placed In store 73 boxes flaa bright FLORIDA ORANGES ro-w-aootothe box. I.O W PRICES. - G:30 o'clock tbia morning. His opinion is that he is much improved. Booth is brighter and more cheer ful on this, the third day of attack, than on the first day. Dr. Smith says this is a hopeful sign. The doctor says he was surprised to read the alarming reports in the morning papers, and said they were made out of whole cloth. He does not say that Booth may not die from his present illness, although he thinks it not probable. He says he nas had similar cases where pa tients have entirely recovered. thirty three Teasels was entrancing. Before ten o clock the Spanish Ad miral started to make his rounds of official calls upon the Admirals who had visited him yesterday. His first call was upon Admiral Gherardi. He next called upon the English, French and German Ad mirals eea, an attempt was made by the tug to rescue the captain and crew The high sea running made it 1m possible to get near the barge, and just as she foundered the captain and one of the men jumped into the water and, being able to swim, managed to keep afloat until picked up by the tug. The captain's wife and two men were drowned A New Raleigh Enterprise. Some time ago the stockholders of the North Carolina Wagon Com pany appointed receivers to cloee up their business. Kd r g toticw la cea; a ltna cla ar.emat for Iaitc. r c."n tracts. Married. On Thursday, April 2d, near Goldsboro, Mr. Join Macgum, cf this city, to Miss Lola Uilliania. Nine of them had The bride and croom arrival in tfc been elected directors and had, as city Friday evening and repaired lo individuals, assumed the liabilities the groom fatbetV, where an of the company and most of them gnt supper was r-irf-n joined together and, with Vr. John many friends of the contracting par A. Mills, purchased the plant and tie participated. TLa presents most of the material and formed a new corporation under the name of The Mills Manufacturing Company. tfoun a. Aims is rresment and Uen eral Manager, and U now at work with about twenty hands and turn ing out wagons at the rate of about six per day. As the lumber ia thor- ... were ticgant and numerous. Zip Ta Ha. The special sile of Uls uill Uj Monday next and the prire that day will be 7 1 2c per yard. Warranted fast colors, indigo blue, worth 15 cent, but will be sold for half thai oughly seaeoned, the wagons are of "mount Monday; one dress to eaeh much better auahtv than anv cusiorrer, at Hanmtt'. made before at this factory, and as the material was bought low, the wagons are for sale correspondingly low for strictlv first-clasa work. Messrs. Johnson & Barber and Frank Stronach are sales agents for the factory in Rileigh. John A Mills is a practical man and a fine judge of material to work Don't Korgtt. Don't forget the special sale of lawns at bu dill's As a trie li JurifLta in preportica to the richness of the soil, m ite ha man body thrived in accirJro; with the quality of its blocd H.-nce the and of the work when done of what Dec"8l'i,y f ktt pirg the vital taid rib' can be done by machinery and atlJ 'UIe wilh Ayer's Sarsapat ilia, the workmen. He personally supervises all work that leaves the factory. The company proposes to add machinery for the manufacture of handles for brpt blood medicine you can On J. For services which will consist of the 1 ident or J-A Jones, secretary and three wetk I whs aufr.rmc from a severe cold in rip V.. -u.l picks, axes, hammers, &c. For this panitd by a pain in ibe tempi -9. Elf they will use hickory wood and Cream Balm was recorammded tome, would like to hear from those who Alter only six application the Halm have it for sale, delivered at the fac- every trace of my cold was rt movt 4. tory in snort blocks by wagon or on Henry C. Clark. New York cars. Correspond with the Mills praiser'a office Manufacturing Co , J. A. Mills, pres- installation of Rev. Robert E Cald well as pastor of the First church at 11 a. m , and the organization of the Second church at 4 p. m. Twenty-five Negroes Fatally Poisoned By Southern Associated Pies Holly Springs, Miss., April 22, News is received here of the whole- Onboard all the flagships the Span- sale Poi80ning of negroes who at ish admiral was received with a dis treasurer of the company. A Disturbance you want, if your stomach J J, FERRALL & CO.- GROCERS- Ut PAY F.TT KM LI. F. ST . The Gold Reserve Intact By Southern Asso ciat d Frtes Washington. April 22 The gold reserve is intact today offers aggre gating nearly $4,000,000, having play of his country's flag at mainmast and a salute of fifteen guns. These ceremonies were not over when the outline of the Dolphin was seen two miles away, coming into the Roads, and from the blue pennant she flew, with its four white stars, it was known that the Secretary of the Navy was aboard. For a time the noise attending the visita of the tended a negro wedding on the Duke plantation, south of Holly Spring. Twenty-five negroes are lying at the point of death. The at tending physicians have little hope of saving one of them. The poison- Interf sting Meeting for Men. This afternoon at 4 o'clock Mr. L A Coulter, State Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association of North Carolina; will give a "plain talk" to men only in the gymnas ium of the Association. The meet ing will be specially interesting to men; quite a large gathering is ex pected. The Association orchestra will be piesent and will render some instrumental selections, Mr. Jno W. Cheek, Cornet; Mr. C. P. Hartt, Clarionet; Mr. B F. Womble, 1st Violin; Mr. T. B. Wilkinsons 2d Violin; Mr. Roscoe Nunn, Flute; Mr Samuel Parrish, organist. The isn't what and bowels are irregular That's about all you get, though, with the ordinary pedicine called Kcrop'b BiPHm, which Home FulUh IVopU. Allow a cough to run uluI u (t4b yond the reach of mod k inc. Thty often bay, "Oh, it will wear away." but in mont cases it wears theru awj Could iney ie induced to try the huccewful ing was purely accidental, caused by eating boiled custard that stood opening piece by the orhestra will be pill. It may relieve you for a mome-1. but you re usually in a woite tat afterward than before This is just wtere Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets do most good They act in an easy and na ural way, very d flerent frm the huge, old-fashioned pills. They're not only pleaanter, but there's no reaction afterward, and thair help asts One little sugar-coated pallet for a gentle laxative or corrective three tor a cathartic. Constipa ion. Indiges tion, Bilious AttHcks, Dizziness Sick and bilious Headache, are promptly relieved and cured. H ey're the smallest the ea-iest to take and the cheapsst or your money is return 'd. You pay only for the good you get. .a ovu uU a posiuve U!iran;..e i cure, they would immediately bee tLe excel lent effect after takicg the tin-t dose. Price 50 cts. and $1. Trial sins free. At allrlrugtfmtn Valuable for hours in a new tin can. Windstorm in Richmond. hLY' been received and accepted by the Spaniard ceaaed, and all the ships By Southern Associated Pres. CREAM BALtt Q C? H Secretary this morning. Secretary turned their attention to the dis- " '""I(11. 11A1 Jll.V-A I .... uariiBia Btaiea ioaay inai tne ureas- tinguished arrival. Through th? lines oi tne war uuipa me usauuiui if HE. . . HI " Ctlr- ft AIIhm uln und: InflAmmatioQ. j Heals the Screi. n'jorf lb" S bm of 1 aoJ Uracil. mem ury would continue til policy oi paying out gold for Treasury coin note;. official yacht came, and aa she reached the beam of the flagship Blake, the American enaign was broken out by the Englishman and a Secretary's salute of seventeen guns was fired., gun lor gun. The Dolphin returned it as she Humbert and Qaeen Margharita steamed slowly along. Gliding by the King Humbert and Queen Slargharlta By Cable. Kome, April TZ lhe fetes in honor of the silver wedding of King 50c Richmond, Va., April 12. A se- vert windstorm passea over tms city and other portions of the State last evening, but no special damaga appears to have resulted, save the uprooting of trees, blowing down telegraph wires, etc. But meagre accounts, however, have been re ceived from the State at large. The wind is blowing this morning as it did last night. played promptly at 4 o'clock. All men invited. Boys under 16 will not be admitted in this meeting. Mr. Coulter will speak to boys only at 2:30. IEY IKE CUHE.H AY-FEVER A Mrtlcl-i Id p.ppISert In erft imptrtl and iur-f ".ole. 'nce cen At Druggists; bj mail, rt-wlfctf rtl ft) rta. LiA HtfUThJSKri. r.A ftnen Kt., pw York Ice! Ice! Ice! Pure Hygienic Ice ni bad tspte. no &:or of tb-inlials. absolutely inre, 40c. Pr Jfii) nouruiH rel vered. i-l w i.tr l,Ci0 pjunds at Factory. Fiiinily Trade. 2!o five t onnd tickets for ".f0. 'Mecty " " 5 CO, Ulllty " " 5 0iJ. Hpnic Flale Ice M'fg Co, Terms Strictly Cash. N ft -Will deliver Ice r.n 17th. HENKY PKKRY, Marairer and ftnnertntendent. continued today. The weather was most favorable. The public offices and schools throughout the country are closed. The streets are gaily bedecked and immense crowds Baltimore, San Francisco, Newark, Philadelphia and Chicago, Bhe was saluted by a heavy fire, marines drawn up at present arms, all offi cers standing on the quarter deck throng the vicinity of the Quirinal. uncovered and bands playing "Hail ' Columbia." The Holland frigate was A Town captured. I the next foreigner to welcome the t o-.-.v. ... .:..! t. Secretarv. and so down the entire El Paso, Tex, April 22. The latest news from Mexico is to the effect that the town of Giierro was captured by the rebels although de fended by regular troops under Gen. Hernandez. j Secretary, I Uno oVia coil nil rpp.pi vSn r t.hiinder ou3 salutes on all sides, returning gun for gun, and at every different Appointed to Panama. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, April 22 President Cleveland today appointed Victor Vifquain Consul General at Panama, in Place of Thomas Adamson, who has been in consul service of the United States a quarter of a cen tury. Vifquain has had some expe rience in the service, having served as consul at Barannuilla and at lift INSURANCE AGENTS At UMrty to mate contracts, are Invited kcomu nuioa'e with J. S Cole, Jr., pn fai fi t f ,r tLe faro lnas ar.d Georgia w the Hfnie Life Insurance Company of isw Yora. and Brooklyn. THE "HOME" I" an oii line corrpany aud one of the 'rtitfet in the world iUt'.o et asstts to EaMlnlfH, 1.5. Hoti:e was crgau'zed in ISfiO, and a th- niri ,' jerti o.-i, has only recently wU-.(M to enter the South Atlantic ttates. -urpIuH S!,r8,9GG.54:. MM Growth Last 5 Years. tt ,u cW-s o: the IIOMF, and broad and li ' , l.otn an to trmt t ad conditions, '":' mi all the a-.lVrtnt acres and options 0. aiMl-ru t:,mirHuc-i contracts. b. ( Oi.K.. .Jli , i.en. Ascent, y.rAu oiTlcc Columbia. S. C Will Tinder His Resignation to Save Trouble if Necessary. By Southern Associated Press. St. Louis. Mo.. Adril 22. Max Judd is quoted as saying that if the Austrian government offers any ob jection to his appointment as Consul General to Vienna, he will tender hisa resignation to the President at once and save further trouble. The Kxtra Session. By Southern Associated Press. Chicago, April 22 Vice-President Stevenson arrived in this city from Washington yesterday. He eays that it ia probable that an extra session of Congress will be called in September. An Kartnquake in Sicily. By Cable. Bomb, April 22 A severe earth quake shock occurred at half-past 2 o'clock this morning at Milazzo, on the north coast of Sicily. The shock was followed by several others equally as severe. What damage, if any, is done is not reported. John W. Evans, MANUFACTURER OF liUUGIES, iH UVEUY WAGONS I. () O F Litchford Encampment, No. 2G, will meet to-morrow (Monday) ni ght. A full attendance is desired. Members of the degree staff are specially urped to be present E. A. Womble, Scribe. A Big Strike Imminent. By Southern Associated Press. Columbus, April 22 In all proba bility the whole body of coal miners in Ohio will go out on a strike May 1st as the result of the failure of tne miners and operators to agree on a wage scale for the year beginning then. The miners asked an increase of five cents per ton, and the opera tors refused to give it. Both Patrick McBride, secretary and treasurer of the National United Mine Workers, and J. L. Harris, president of the Ohio Mine Operators' Association, i said in an interview yesterday that the strike seemed inevitable, and McBride anticipates that it will spread to Indiana and Pennsylvania. former administration. A Hanging Set to Music. Cranberry, N. C, April 22. Spe cial Jack Brady, colored, was hanged at Bandersville today for the murder of L D Taylor, a white salute, floating the breeze flig of Colon during President Cleveland's the country she waa nonoring. Bounding the French and Italian vessels, at the extreme end of the fleet, she turned and retraced her tracks to the anchorage just off the Hygiea wharf and the near flagship Philadelphia, where her anchor waa let go. From the time the Dolphin entered the avenue between the fleets, until anchoring she was keep ing up an incessant fira from her rapid fire-guns on her forecastle as she responded to salutes of hist one ship and then another along the shores. A great throng gathered and cheered, at the magnificent sight as national formalities were enacted. The Primaries Tomorrow Right. Notica is hereby given that the Democrats of the first, second, third, fourth 8nd fifth wards of the city of Raleigh are requested to meet at the places named below on Mon day evening, April 2ltb, 1893, at o o clocK to nominate candidates in said wards for the Board of Alder men of the city of Raleigh. The meeting places for said wards wil be as follows : First Ward Court House, Cour Room. Second Ward Stronach's Ware house. Third Ward Mayor's Office Fourth Ward Rescue Engine House Fifth Ward Metropolitan Hall. At the request made upon me by a public meeting of Democrats of Raleigh township, held on Tuesday evening, April 11, 1983, 1 hereby request the Democrats of said town ship to meet at the places named below, at the above mentioned time for selecting aldermen, to-wit: Mon day April 24, 1893, at 8 o'clock, and expre&s by vote their preference for iteal Estate tali?. for The Fool. The biggest fool in this or any other country ia the man or woman who has an opportunity to make money and does not take advantage of it. Now we are off eric cr you this chance every day, will you take ad vantage of it or will you take your stand with the fools Don t forget we are telling our clotbing at cost Don't forget we have the hand bomefct line of millinery in the city, in fact everything in our store is at the very top notch of beauty, and we can eave you money on all. D. T. Swindell UnJer and by vir ua of a docrw t f 8n peri t Court 1 1 ke nn-y dul irnle at Febru rvUim, 'KM, in the oe of J? t Movie tt al (le-TRi I. Tonuoffki r t il , I willftxpwe ti lubUoealo o Uio Licht Ud der, Oil Monrtiy, At, rii SHo, 1X13, at the court boun d-.r ia iLocLr of RiloiRh m o nee ui., uio lui.owug ofuori jvC r ea'Ate Fir.t -A tract of Ur d jn (-4f township ake roticty, aijoi the Undo of Ata Yat a, Wm. urowder aud other, ooDtujrn bJi acres. 8. oiid - A honew ard lot in tha . vr oj iut ugh, cn the uorth ride of Uavi Hired, i tween Wilraint.n and liloout Btr.ta liUm Davie etre t an ! rai ddk hi k t i f,t Third - Oue-ha r intoi-H. m -tore hones and lotobjtrl .et f U,wKt, , elrtttt be'e en Mrtin aud IlarKtl Mte-iH rrontu?' b mt 3 ftet on Wi ni.ngt n suet aa.i bit part o iity lot N . i;s ai I on-hlf mtrwrt is sit ject to the bf eerate I 5ir8. L.nra FonrthOre-La:f irt in a Loniw aud lot t.n the a. ntb tide f D.viehtTt. uiftu i uington.nd h:o nt tr.8 inthcifcyiS RMngh.bM R partf cuy KtN. , fr.ritou Fitih-One-xth intern- 1 1 a i,,,., ,Ild at the no'theaet corner of the in ..Befto..nf C abarrus aul Dam n utreoU m tbecitrot Raleigh frot.nR'fi5feM,.n u rlne?tret nd 1 n . Jeet on Daws ,n nr.ot Ba-d tM ,jXth tut rtst ia subjected to tae life . atof Mr. LAUraW Horrell man, last August. Brady confessed the person they desire the President his crime and professed conversion At his request his spiritual advisers sang "Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, while be was launched into eternity. m am Prisoners Escape. By Southern Associated Press. Maysville, Ky., April 22. Robert McNeely, watchman at the jail, while serving dinner to the prison ers, was knocked down and six prisoners escaped and took to the hills. Kdward F. Beale Dead. By Southern Associated Press. Washington, April 22 General Edward F. Beale died at his home in Washington this afternoon. He waa General Grant's closest friend. Business Troubles Caused His Suicide. Bv Southern Associated Press of the United States thall select for postmaster of the city of Raleigh. The meeting places for the Demo crats of said township will be as follows: First Ward Court House, Court room. Second Stronach's Warehouse. Third Mayor's office. Fourth Rescue Engine House. Fifth Metropolitan Hall. Outside East Clerk's office, Court Houee. Outside West Register Deeds offico, Court House. L. S. Elli3Cn, Chm'n. Dem. Ex. Com. Raleigh Township. Asa B. Potter Gets Sixty Daya and 1 . Fined $1,000. T'oston, April 22. In the United States Circuit Court today Asa B. Potter, convicted by a jury some weeks ago of false certification of Religious Services Today. EPISCOPAL. Christ Church. Rev. Dr. Marshall. Kvu.r. Third Suuday attor Eaeter. nrly Cele bration, 8 a. rr. Sunday (School 10 . in. Dlvina service ana sermon 11 a. m. Evening BTvlcaat 6 P- m. Service durlrg the week: Tuesday Mark's la) and Friday at 10 a. rr. Wednesday at 6 p. ru. Free Beats. All In r.ted. Chukchof the Goon Shepherd Rer. 1. McK Pittlugor, ;itector. Thin, Sunday ntter taster. Holy Comrr unlon at 8 a m Sunday t-chool al 9.30a. n. M rnlDg Prayer and St-rmoi at 11 a. m. Evening Prayer and Sermon at 8 P to. Ser vices during the wees: Tuiaday (St. Mirk's ua$). Holy tnimunlon at it a. m. Wednesday, morning prayer at 1 'a. ni. Frldny, evnlng prayer, at o.gu p, m. All seata Ire . All oordlaUy tuvl ed. METHODIST. Edentoh Street Key. J. N. Cole, FaBtor. Sunday School at 9 3, a. m, W. J. Yomng. Bupt. Preaching at 11 a m and 8:00 P m. Central Rev. J. B Hurley. Pa tor. Bnday School at 9 :3i a m, W. N. Snelllng. Supt. Pr aoh iug at llam and 7:15 p m. Hirnngera In ahe cl y are core lally Invited to aitend the KaiidT echool and church services. Brook ltk Rev. J. J. Barker, meter. Sun day School at 3 p m. i. B. oung, Suj.t. Preach ing at 7:15 pm. Prayer meeting every Wednes day night at 7 0. BAPTIST. FIRST CHCRcn. Rev. Dr. J. W. Carter, D. D. Pastor. Preaching at 11 am and 1 :j p m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7:30. All seats free. Poilte ushers at euurcli eervloes. Sunday school S:30 a m., 8. W Brewer. Supt Sunday school at West End Mission at 3 Uio p. m. All are cordially invited to theee services. Tabernacle. Kev. Dr. J. J. Hall. Pastor. Sunday Scnool 9 :1s a m. N. B. fcroughV.n, Supt. Preaching at 11 a in and tt p ru. Pabllc In vited Fayetteville Street. Prea'hlnp at llam and 8 p . Sunday School at J .'M p ni., John T. Pullen, Superlcteudetit. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Rv. Eugene Daniel, D. P., pantor. Hurray BctxA at 9 MO a.m. Pieacbinj at 11 a. ni. ana 8:00 P. n P lite ushers. Seats free. AUxrdl aliy Invited. Prayer meeting every W eunc-euay night at 8 :o0 p. m CHRISTIAN CHCRCH. Rev. J. L. Foster, Past .r. Sunday 8-hool at 9:j a m. Preaching at ii a. iu. aul 7 J)p. m. All cordially Invited. C kTUOLIC. SACBED HEART Father Marl' n. DIvlao ser vices at 11 a. in. Way of the Cross at 5 p. m. Any inf rniati m in regarl to boTe dwcii beiUnaacan te oLUmd froui tLe nnder- blR'.ed. T eruia tt sale, o"i-Lalr ca.i.h. l.ii.n. montta wita intoretd irom da of ml- C. M. hUSKEK. mar22 ts cooiuilih loner. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS . C & it, I s, oi bottle. Augusta, Ga., April 22. Charles i checks, drawn upon the failed Mav erick National Bank, of which he was president, was sentenced by Judge Putnum to sixty days im prisonment in Cambridge jail, and to pay a fine of 1,000. E. Staples, aged nity, committed suicide at his home in Augusta this morning, shooting himself in the head. Business troubles caused the suicide. lcUd attention given u P.. airing and Painting. Fresh mocking bird food at A. Duerhi's. .'"era tor any style of work solicited. il '"nr carriage or bagy njds repairing 'r''i) to me Ml Work Guaranteed To be as represented. A Y ' fil .t V - 9 1 4. M A. .V. I mm -w . vthlcie tn h fnnnd in fRctorv. the universal laxative. la T Worthwebt corner Moxxan and I h druggists "oaot alreet. Raleigh. N. 0. 6 The Skill and Knowledge Essential to the production of the most perfect and popular laxative remedy known, have enabled the California Fig Syrup Company to achieve a great success in the reputation of its remedy as it is conceded to be For 6ale by Six ef Them indicted. By Southern Associated Press. Nashville, Tenn., April 22. -The United Stales grand jury returned six indictments against parties con nected with the recent failure of the Commercial National Bank. M. A. Spurr, president, is indicted for certifying falsely to checks; three indictments are found agaicst Frank Porterfield, cashier, charging him with fraud?, embezzement and con spiracy, and one against George A. Dazev. of the firm of Dobbins & twav. Thev are cotton merchants, whose failure precipitated that of the bank. Dazey is charged with ! fraud and conspiracy. Very Important. It h very important that every one should remember that we are selling our clothing at cost, and that our special sale of Indigo Blue Lawn, linen finish, warranted fast colors, will take place Monday, An Unexpected Flash, Wilmington Star. A Wilmington telegraph operator was taiKing over tne wires ia&t night with an unknown operator m Richmond. Finally, tha former paid: "You are no centleman. . 1 3 I " - I ..... . . wnen you cau uuy uress lor us Quick as lightning, Kicnmond re- that is worth 150. plied: "I know it; I'm a lady." The SJ. 1. c win dell. I Wilmintrtnn nnpmtnr was thunder struck when he discovered that ho Indigo Blue Lawn, linen finish, Hvas not talking to "one of the boy b," warranted, fa3t colors, worth 15c per J and the conversation came to an ab- yard, will be sold at 7c per yard J rUpt termination. one day only, Monday next, une j i dress to each person. I Yellow bananas 25c per dozen D. T. Swindell. ' at A. Drghi's. EUhop Lyman's Aijolntiiieut9. April 23, Sunday, Calvary church, Tarboto. April 25, Tuesday, Bingwood. April 2G, Wednesday, Littleton. April 27, Thursday, Middleburg. April 23, Friday, vill:am!bcro. April 29, Saturday, StovalL April 30, Sunday a. ru., Goshen. April 30, Sunday p. m., Oxford. May 2, Tutsday, Lomsburg. May 7, Sunday, Good Shepherd, Raleish. May 14, Sunday p. m., St. Mary's School, Raleigh. May 17. Diocesan Convention, Raleigh. Holy Communion at morning eer- vices. Collections for Diocesan Missions. 10c WOltTf 25c Household Ammonia full 18 lf'c worth lfc I'atras leaned Currants. 10c worth 20c California 4-Crown Itaibinn. 8c worth He California Hried iran n fee 2-1 bs for lf.c. 15c worth 20c North Carolina Sun Hrid Ttade. 12C worth 15c Fancy Kvaporated Ar.i,!en. 20c worth 2fiC California Kvaporated IVacba. I'tHrs ar;d Nectarines POrTKI) MKATri 20c worth 2.r,c Potted Ham and Tongne- i lb linn. 2ic worth 3.1c Potted Turkey and Chicken - j lb Tim 15c. WORTH 20c. La. norma Honey Dyw P hating or Cook in 35c W OUT 1 1 50c. Klegant Line Han i Mad Cream lion Hot. una, Admhiktrator's olice. out ) trr f a'Jco!rlttrari.i A tl.e la-e 'Am. A. a. p.-rrr. tm Having taken B ... ... . . . V . . la to give nolle l all le.foni l,atiii cJhlroa agilLhtUe de.!e i.t to j r.,wri.t t;.tru Vj tua on a.ini.w hi SIE. A-lnirrJairaV r f Mrs. A. A. Perry. me. Japanese Pile Cure is an unfail ing cure'for every kind and stage of the disease. Guaranteed by Jno. Y, MacRae. mm BJoocf 'ml A r(,t wrF.ia. rt.;..".'. . .