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HIW BIRH, CR1TIH CODSTI, V. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1902. riRST SECTION.
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
V griddle calces, rolls,
OYAL lAKINO POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST. NEW YORK.
- HEW REVENUE CUTTER,
For New Bern. Congressman Thomas'
BUI Favorably Reported, n
Special to Journal.
WnnlsaTos, March 8. The Hoom
CommItte has favorably reported the
bill Introduced by Congressman Charles
R. Thomas, (or a new Revenue Cutter,
to be stationed at the tort of New
Bern, the cost of - the boat to be
The Secretary of the Treasury has alro
approved this bill which provides for
the cutter for this Fort.
McDufflc's Tasteless Chill Core will build
up broken down systems and make the
blood rich and healthy, certain care for
chill, guaranteed or money refunded
Occnisat F. 8. Duffy's.
V ia fo.l jwIh ; q lotatioa wure recelv
t-U by J. it Lmliam & Co, New Bern-
N. O . "
Maw You, March 10.
Open. High. Low. Close
' iUteli . .
Chicago, March 10.
Open. High. Low. Close
i 781 .781 77 ' 77
78 . .78 77, 77
Open. High. Lew. Close
62 -62 61 lf
Open. High. Lew. Close
I8. ' . 83S
,.; May ....
flew Terk, March 10.
Stocks;-' ;-- fcpen. High. Low. Close
Sugar. ....J... It6 126
Bo Ky ......... 82, :V 82
a&L. lit ' m
0. 8.B ...... ... 42( 421
U. 8. B .PreTd. 94 941
Mo. P. 99 . . v8i
Atchison........ 78. v ; ,;,7S
Va.C. (J.. ....... 64, : V- 60
A. 0.0 41," 42
BUuMi Sales 7,000 bales! '
' Puteres, ' Apr-May 4.46. May-June
MBW BHHN COTT9M MABKKT.
Local market yesterday wee quoted
Salvation Oil the Best Llrlrcat
Trice, 15 cts; large bottle 25 cte. Great
est euro on e irth for Rheumallam, Ken
rn' ' Porn("R, Frrfi'ns, r.i''"'e
KINSTON HOTEL BURNED.
finest Escape Uninjured With Little
Clothing. Loss About $5,000. Pret
ty Well Insured.
Klnaton Free Press, March 8th.
The Commercial hotel, until recently
run under the name of Hotel Bailey, was
burned to the ground last night. The
fire alarm was sounded about 10 minutes
to 1 o'clock.
It was a two-story woodon building
and burned rapidly. No wind was blow
Ing and the fire department bad no diffi
culty In confining the flames to the origi
nal building, although surrounded by
The fire originated in the southeast
corner, probably In thekltchen, from an
unknown cause, and that part of the
building was enveloped In flames before
anyone discovered It. . It was first dis
covered, by a. young lady employed at
the house. Her room was over the
kitchen and she was awakened by the
flames and gave the alarm,'
Landlord Morrill hurriedly sllppe 1 on
his trousers and eqaiand rushed through
the halls banging on doors and shout
ing to the sleeping Inmates to get out as
quickly as possible. Vast volumes of
smoke came rolling up the main stair
way and quickly filled the halls, making
egiess difficult and dangerous. Guests
hastily arose and snatching a few art!,
cles of clothing made a dash for safety.
Borne were so long In getting awake or
stopping to partially dress that exit by
the halls was Impossible, and they had to
let themselves down from the windows
or the front porch. One sound sleeper
had to be dragged out by his feet and
did not have even a pair of shoes. - Mr.
Hargrave and his family narrowly es
caped suffocation and got out with only
what they could pick up as they ran,
Later a trunk containing silverware and
other valuables was dragged out badly
burned, and during the excitement was
rifled by sneak thieves.
A number of daring young men push
ed their way into the looms In the front
of the building and succeeded in throw
ing out a good many pieces of furniture
which were more or leu wrecked In fall
Ing. - Several guests who were mourning
the loss of watches, money, jewelry, etc
after getting themselves out safely, had
the lost articles restored to them by hon
eat Anders. Not everything was. recov
ered thus, however, and several guests
are minus articles of clothing and yalu-
The building was owned by Mr. R. H
Rountree, of New Tork City. . The loss
Is between $3,000 and $1,000. Insured
for $2,6000. ::c : i . ..
The furniture of the hotel was owned
by 'the proprletors,;Mess. Merrell & Har
grave.: Their loss by this was about
$1,5000 with $900 Insurance. They each
had Individual losses, Mr. Morrill calcu
lates his Individual loss at $800,. with
$850 Insurance. - Mr.. Hargrave calcu
lates his loss about $500, with no In
auranoe. , -
March 10. Business In Arapahoe Is
moving on nicely, everybody seems to
have put on a brighter face, as the
weather to some extent has brightened
up, notwithstanding our lands are very
wet, but during the last week our farm-
era hare made good progress planting
We had a rain fall Saturday night, but
not as heavy as usual.
Last Monday evening, there was a ne
gro tried before Mr. Joseph Reel, named
Brlnt Reeds, who came from near Orion
rial. His offence was cursing Mrs. Betty
Benders, and because he made threats to
her Injury, It became necessary to put
him under a peace bond and not being
able to get It signed, he was taken from
Arapahoe to Jail. '
Mr. C. F. Brlnson of Arapahoe started
Into the drumming business last week,
Be Is working for a tobacco Arm In Vir
ginia. . . J. B. B,
-The Best Prescription for Halarla. '
C' 's and Fover Is a bottle of Grovs1
It' is if t CiiiiA Tohio. It Is simply
.f ! ' ' - a ! i a t " .' i fcri.
Eacb Count j Reqocsted . to Send
for (Joed Reads Association. Cell
Blooded Harder Committed
With Axe. Reward Of
fered Far Catea
Rauioh. N. C March 8 President
Hanee of the North. Carolina Good
Roads Association made a requeat that
each county woald send $10 for the
fund to promote the work In the State.
The following counties have sent the
sum requested to Treasurer Joseph G.
Brown of Raleigh," tSullford, Cabarrus,
Davie, Northampton, Person, Granville,
and Craven. Pitt semis 85. All these
amounts were regularly appropriated by
the counties. ' The letters In which the
money was sent express deep interest In
the good roada movement.
Governor Aycock la Informed that
Friday, April 11, will be "Wilmington
Day" at the Charleston Exposition. He
has not been requested to designate It.
He was so requested In the Charlotte,
ABhevllleand Winston Days. Raleigh!
u.appearg wiu.noi nave a uaj, as no ap
plication has been made and no talk
heard regarding the matter. It la queer
that the people at the capital of the
State ishould have overlooked such a
The sheriff of this county is informed
by one of his deputies of the murder of a
negro, JohnlHalloway, by Edgar Hicks,
alias Edgar Smith. The details of the
crtmegare given for the first time. It
appears that Hicks' and other negroes
had been drinking all night. The next
day they were gambling In a field, when
Halloway (passed. Hicks wife made a
full statement of the crime, saying that
Hicks and another negro among the
gamblers had planned to kill Halloway.
They called to him to stop and Hicks
tried to get blm to enter his (Hicks')
house. Halloway said he understood
that they had expressed an intention to
kill him. Hicks denied this and declared
he had nothing against Halloway. The
other men left and finally Halloway
went Into Hicks' house. He was - drow
sy and sitting In front -of the fire he
nodded. Hicks went out and brought in
wood and with it an axe. His wife was
in the room. He placed some wood on
the floor and suddently swung the axe
and crushed Halloway's skull. The vic
tim fell on the floor struggling, and
Hicks gave him another blow, which as
his wife described It "straightened him
out." Hicks left at once and went to
the house of bis father-in-law, where he
coolly told the family that he had killed
Halloway and that it required two blows
with an axe to do it.
There was a queer case here today, at
the railway station. A man and his
wife with their seven children were on
their way to a place to work In a cotton
mill. The children were from two years
to fifteen. The man bought two second-
class tickets, declaring most positively
that all the children were under 9 years
Governor Aycock offers $300 reward
for the persons (moonshiners or their
friends) who murdered John Caton In
Beaufort county. The murder was really
an assassination, from ambush.
Shrlners at Charleston Exposition.
The Shriners are preparing to have i
big time at the great exposition, where
plenty of their beloved elephants and
camels can be secured from the mld
way. It is understood , that staid King
street will see sights she never ; saw
before, that dignified Meeting will be
duly shocked ' and the Battery will
blush a vivid red when the nobles ap
pear thereabouts. But they are all
All the Illustrious nobles of the An
cient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the
Mystic Shrine have been notified that
the Charleston Exposition Is In full
blast and that Oasis Temple of Char
lotto, N. C Is arranging a great cara
van which will make a pilgrimage
to the exposition at Charleston In
April. . ' V:
. The caravan will pitch Its tents on the
sands of the Midway on the second day
In April, and on that night will hold
high carnival In the Beautiful Orient
and drink deeply of camel's milk. On
thelhlrd day, the ' meat" will be duly
digested.' ' ,
' It Is expected that most of the Shri
ners distributed over the United States
and Canada will respond to the invita
tion that has been extended to them to
visit the Charleston exposition.; and
make merry with the unknown animal
of heterogeneous breed,sometimes called
the camel Columbia 8. C. State, .
- Practically Starring:.
'After using a few bottles of Kodol
Dyspep.-ia Cure my wife received per
fect and permanent relief from a severe
and chronic case of stomach trouble
says J. R Holly, real estate, Insurance
and loan agent, of Macomb, 111. "Be
fore uMng Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she
could not eat an ordinary meal without
intense suffering. She Is now entirely
cured. Several physicians and many
remedies had failed to give relief." Ton
don't have to diet. Eat any good food
yoa want, but don't overload the stom
ach. K dol Dyepcpsla Cure will always
digest It for you. F. 8. Duffy.
j rr "' r -:
Honor Roll of High School For Feb
aary. FIRST HONOR.
-Alice Spruill, Olive Perkins, Bunch
Jarvls, Bertie BpruiU, Mamie Powers,
Meta Powers, Rosa Spruill, Eva Ald
rldge, Clara Lewis, Letha Mason, Row
ena Wlslger, Leon MoCleee, Bruce WIi
iger; Roy Dixon, James McClees, Cedric
Ruby Dixon, Lilly Haskins, Sallie
Powers, Tiola Langley, James Peed, Joe
McClees, Oscar Perkins.
Lena Stevens, Sadie 8prulll, Charlotte
Peed, Blanch Bears, Tamsy Hill, Llzisle
Hodges, Lennie McClees, Pesrl Johnson,
Ada Hardy, Nina Glbbv Hannah Swin
dell, Clarence Haskins, Willie Smith
Cecil McClees, Oscar Lewis, Bhem Lewis
Henry Btevens, Braxton Haskins, Carl
Bunten, Walter Paris, Marvin Aldrldire,
George Hardy, Branch Hodges, Willie
Caroon, Manson McClees, Sylvester
Berlie Powers, Annie Sears, Beulah
Has0( Laura Hodges,
May Dixon, Bertha Respass, Hattle
Moore, Jake Brabble, Cleveland Langley,
Alex Hodges, Clifford Spruill, Lela
JOU KHOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
Is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure no pay. Price 56c.
March 10. News is scarce this week
but as we run np with our old friend and
uncle Amos Heath, of Maysvllle, and he
expressed a delight in reading Gum
Branch items, w.e will try to write
something If Is ever so much.
Mr. Obed Shlrar was married to Miss
Simpson, daughter of Mr. Thos. Simp
son, not long since.
Tobac co plants in plenty have made
their appearance on our plant beds, we
nave hopes of plenty of plants to set
People are mighty slow in gardening
this year on account of so much wet
8ome sickness in our virfnity now.
Mr. P. D. Frszell Is improving some, Mr
Marcus Marshbur, is also better, but
there is a colored woman, (Mlttie Bar
num) Is very low and Is still getttag
Mr. O. W. Cowell caught some Bhad
quite recently. We are glad to learn
they are coming up the river, as meat
retails for 12 to 15c. per lb, fish will be
quite a treat to those who can get
Mr. L. D. Boggs' new house is being
built In a hurry, the cover Is on and all
very nearly, weatherboarded.
Some measles In our burg, we have
had them, so we are not scared.
Dr. Bull's Bahy Syrupjjfor
Teething Babies. Price, J10 cts. Cures
Wind-Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gri
ping Pains, Boar Stomach, Fever, Chol
era Infantum. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
promotes the digestion and soothes the
March' 10. The farmers are very busy
this good weather, I guess they think
they had better "make hay while the sun
shines," and if so they had better hustle,
as March Isn't all sun shine.
Mr. Jones filled bis regular appoint
ment here yesterday and last night. He
preached a very good sermon to a large
and attentive congregation
. Mr. Robt Moore has returned home
from service in the United States Army.
Miss Maud Barrow of JoneB county Is
visitlns her friends and relatives In
The following young people of Grants
boro were In our midst yesterday p. m,
Misses Beulah Caton and Fannie Keel
and Messrs. Will Keel and Rlgdon Deet1
Mr. J.- E. and Miss . Lizzie Bennett of
New Bern were with us also.
Mr. Jos. M. Reel of Arapahoe vUlted
us yesterday.1 ' : '
The f urnltnre,, of Mr. L.G. Daniels,
the dealer In horses and mules in your
city, passed through today, It Is being
moved from Bayboro to New Bern.
There are eight dwellings being built
In our vicinity. Ton see a little some
thing Is going on in Reelsboro If the
don't write to the Joubhal very often.
' - Mr. Goosey.
. Surgeon's Knife Not Needed.
; Surgery Is no longer necessary to care
olles. De Witt's Witch Hazel 8alve
cures such cases at once, removing the
necessity for dangeroas, painful and ex
pensive operations. For scalds, cats,
burns,wounds, bruises, sores and skla
diseases It ia unequalled. Beware of
counterfeits. F. 8. Duffy.
Cola Headache Powder
Contain no Antlpyrlne, Morphine
or other injurious drugs. They do not
depress but stimulate tho stomach and
increase Its secretions. Guaranteed.cure
for Headache and Sour Stomach. Price
10c. I,: a .!e and sold by t;n "mm's Pbar-
Sumatra Tobacco To Be Grown In
Death of Confederate Veteran. Col-
- lege Base Ball April 1st Family
' Reunion. Court Appeals of
Sixth District Camden
Refuses to Notice.
Rixsion, March 10. James Puckett,
of Stateavllle, who was In do. B. 2nd
N. O. Cavalry, died Saturday night at
the Soldiers' Home and was burled yes
terday afternoon at the Confederate
Cemetery, which is very near and in
sight from the home.
The examinations at the Agricultural
and Mechanical College are in progress.
They began Friday and will continue all
College baseball games begin April 1.
The selection of teams has begun . That
for the Agricultural and Mechanical
College will be chosen tomorrow by the
trainer King Kelly.
It is found that the loss by the fire at
Queida cotton mill at Graham, Is only
$8,000, instead of $15,000 as at first re
ported Several Raleigh people went to Whita
kers' to attend the golden wedling of
Col. and Mrs. Kitchln Taylor. There
was a very large assemblage and a hand
some banquet was served.
William R. Crawford of-Raleigh today
celebrated his 71st birthday. There was
a reunion of all the members of his fami
ly, Mr. Edward Crawford coming all the
way from Tallahassee, Fla. Mr. Craw
ford has been in business longer than
any man In Raleigh 50 years. His old
est son, Mr. W. J. Crawford, Jr, has for
about 12 years beeu the steward of the
hospital for the Insane here.
The Supreme Court gives thisiweek to
the hearing of appeals from the 6th
Commissioner of Agriculture Patter
son, who has been to Washington to en
deavor to secure the services of experts
In this State for the growing and curing
of Sumatra tobacco, has returned and
says he feels much encouraged, Connec
tlcutt got far ahead of North Carolina in
thlB matter. Senator Simmons and Con
gressman Moody are giving special at
tention to the matter for this State.
The county of Oamden has never been
heard from in regard to its needs of
funds for public schools. Its oflicfals
entirely ignore all letters, circulars and
telegrams and the officials here do not
know what are its needs.
Arrivals: Georgo Green, New Bern;
Martin S. Wlllard. Wilmington; Edward
Vlck, Sol ma; K. J. Davis, Goldeboro.
Headache olfen results frcm a dlsor
dered condition of the stomach and con
stlpation of the bowels. A dose or two
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will correct these disorders and
cure the headache. Sold by F. 8. Duffy
a new stock of Edison Phonogiaphs
and Records very latest songs and
music, rendered by the best talent in the
world. The Edison new records are free
from grit, therefore avoiding that scrap
ing sound.lEvery syllable perfectly plain
and distinct. It is a wonder. We will
be glad to show it to you.
Just Received a line of Columbia.Kam-
bler, Stearns, and Cleveland Bicycles for
91-93 Middle Street.
In view of the fact that it is not gen
eral? understood that the Rice Crop is
highly protected from foreign competi
tion by an import duty and that the
crops, raised in the United States have
every year fallen much below the home
consumption, the Carolina Bice Mills of
Gpldsboro, N. C, In order to encourage
the cultivation of Rice on a larger scale
than has heretofore been done is how
prepared to make contracts with plant
ers In North Carolina for their crops of
rice they may raise during the year 1803
on the most liberal terms. .
Parties interested, who wish to avail
themselves of this offer, can communi
cate with us and we will take pleasure
In giving full particular. ..."
CAROLINA RICE MILLS,
Qoldsboro, N. C.
ROMULUS A. NUNN,
Attorney at Law,
N1W BERN, NORTH CAROLINA
C: Poath Front Street, Oppossl
DO YOU SHOOT? ,
If you do yoa should send your name and address on a postal card for a
GUN CATALOGUE. ' --IT'S FREE."
I It illustrates and describes all the different Winchester Rifles, Shotguns and
.Ammunition, and contains much valuable Information. Send at once to the
t Winchester Repeating Arm Cow New Haven, Conn.
Cured Fig Hai
From 5 to 8 pounds
Also freBh lot Potted Ham
ed Corned Beef, Vienna Sausage
30c lb. (not Fox Eiver)
You can save money.by
J. L. MeDANIEL
Toot Attention Please
'Listen to what he has to say.
A New Dress Fabric.
"The Latest Fad", a combination of Silk and Linen, all
over, Embroidery, Insertion and Edging to match.
New Lawnsdown, all shades, $1.25.
Albatrqss, all colors, 38 inch, 50c.
"Panne" Cloth, In the leading shades, jutt the Ihirjg for
traveling Buits. Coat Suits and Skirts, are entirely New Goods
52 inch, $1.00 per yard. Ask to see them.
Our Black Goods Department is Complete. Just lteceived
a New Assortment.
43 inch Tammeese 75c; 42 inch Fancy Melrose 75c; 42 inch
Pebble Armure 75c and $1.00; 44 inch' Henrietta, silk warp,
$1.00 and $1.50.
47-49 POLLOCK STREET.
Fresh Country Smoked Hams
and Side Bacon,
Fancy New Orleans, West India and Porto Rico Molasses,
Vanilla Drips and Mapla Syrup Just Received.
We also have a full and and fresh supply of Fancy Cakes
and Crackers, such as Uaeeda Biscuits, Uneeda Milk Biscuits,
Oysterettes, Cheese Sandwiches, Forentine Vanila Creamsi
Orange Wafers,. Chocolate, Ice .Creams, &c: '
Don't fail to give us a call and fgetjyour groceries fresh
and delivered promptly.
Yours to Please,
J. E. PJiESEE, Jr.,
Our customers always have
a good word for us. They tell
aDout our goods, our prompt
ness and our prices, i
. Who Buys Here,
They .will tell you' all you
want to know about our meth
ods and our goods.
J. J. TOLSON, Jr.,
P- f C- (T ,
the Nicest lot
and Tongue, Chip Beef, Cook
and a Nice Print
buying your groceries from
Butter for asC
Cor. Sroad & Hancock Sts.