HIW BIRH, CR1TIH COUHTT, V. C, FEID AT, APRIL 4, 1902..-SIC0HD 8ICTI0H.
Odd Fellows Fiscal Tear. Begl
meatal Assignment- Trjlar
to Met Large Hotel Ae
ties Fail l Estab
RALiion, April J. The temperature
thli morning here wu 83, the freezing
point. The" air waa wtj dry and there
was wind all night. Ai a result the
weather bureau aaid no frost had been
reported, though there wu a heavy froet
at Wilmington and New Bern and tome
at Charlotte. The dryness of the air
saved this section, as It did daring the
severe cold snap late la : March, when
the temperature fell to 19 degrees.
The fiscal year of the Odd Fellows
ended Monday and the Qrand Secretary
B. n. Woodell, has turned over tj the
Grand Treasurer, It J. Jones of Wil
mington, $11,137,82, at the year's re
ceipts. This Is over 10 per cent Increase
as compared with the previous year. -
Maj. P. T. Jonea is assigned to the
command of the battalion of the Third
Regiment in the provisional regiment
which goes to the Charleston Exposition
next week, taking the place of Maj. T.
J. Winston. Assistant Surgeon Harrlll
- of the 2nd Kent., Tarboro, la ordered to
go with the regiment.
Governor Aycock snd State 8uperin
tendent J. T. Joyoer are Invited by Rob
ert O. Ogden, tbe president of the
Southern Conference of Education, to
attend tbe fifth annual meeting at Ath
ens. Oa., April 24-27. They have ac
cepted, and both will attend. The cob
ference last) ear was held at Winston
An earnest movement to give Raleigh
better and larger hotel accommodation!
was put on foot jesterday by the bust
ness men. It la probable that the major
ity of the block will be taken here,
th'i'.'ijb some may be taken by persons
atoikn r points. Special care is to be
tuki n in i tic selection of a site and also
oi h ilmign. It is currently repotted
thai i n el e baa been bought by per
sont who oppose tuo building of a hotel
becatiMi of interest in present ones.
(le.orge A. Gritnsley of Greensboro,
chairman of tbe library committee of
the State Library and Historical Society
calls on tbe committee to meet at Greens
boro April 4. It is to consider the best
way to aid in giving libraries to rural
public schools, to mill villages and to
cities Hnd towns. '
The State Association of Music Teach
era met this morning at the- Baptist Fe
male University, where there was a
muslcaie. This afternoon It held a busl
boss session, to elect officers for the year
and to select a place for the next annual
, meeting. . "-, ; C - - ,
Thus far 25 counties have failed to
establish any libraries for rural public
schools. In the other 78 counties,, al
most 500 such libraries have been estab
lished. The State appropriation of $6000
for this purpose Is nearly exhausted.
Tbe Dramatic Association of the Stats
Agricultural and Mechanical College
herb will play "The Rivals" at Goldeboro
and Durham.? The presentation of the
play here made a deoided hit.
Street Car Strike Over. Loss T Wage
. Earaeri, Tun ad bill Signed.
Work to Commence.
April tv The strike of our street car
men la over ai last and all boycotts are
to he raised. This has been a most dis
astrous affair, particularly for the
strikers, who have loat every point for
which they contended, and -have also
lost their positions with the company,
as their places have been filled by other
men. The company will take back only
such men as are desirable, and only
when vacancies occur. The car men's
anion Is broken up, and several ot Its
members In Jail, or penitentiary, for
crimes committed- against person and
That ends another contest between
capital and labor, which would never
have assumed such proportions, as It
did, but for the aid and encouragement
of the paid agitators, who are undoubted
ly the drones in the human hive of In
dustry, and are waxing fat and plethoric
through the credulity of the wage
When will the working man recognize
a demagogue and relegate the plausible
scoundrel to the oblivion from which he
can never emerge f How mentally blind
must this class of men be, when they fall
to observe that we are living in a com
petitlve age. and that the fittest will
aurely survive, and the strong prevail
How dull must be the preemptions of so
called organized labor, when It acts the
dog-in-the-manger, without even the
power ot the dog. IIow lgnorantly pug'
nacious and'eombatatiye must a man be
to refuse to perform work under con
ditions which thousands of others are
willing to do, and then Jry by intimida
tion and outrage to prevent these men
from earning an honest llvlne for their
families. Exit of the whole absurdity
sorrounded by the odium justly earned
and generously bestowed.
Progression is the watchword of the
business men ot our community. Inno
vation on innovation, and enterprise on
enterprise, attests tho energy of our
The bill Introduced In the Virginia
Legislature to enable H. L. Page and bis
associates to construct a tunnel or tun
nels to connect. Norfolk, Portsmouth
and Berkley, has been signed by the
Governor, and work will begin within
ninety days, and we are promised cars
and other vehicles running under tho
rivers within one year. Tho untiring
energy and splendid executive ability of
L. Page knows no bounds or limits.
This Englishman has done enough
such deeds to be a credit to the land of
bis berth and an honor to the country of
The deplorable accident that occurred
to Capt. Bragg and party of Ocraooke
wss deeply regretted by msny here who
knew him. Capt. White of this city
who was drowned at the same time,
leaves a wife and several children. It
wu undoubtedly a terrible error of
ndgment to attempt to take' the old
Teasel that had been on the beach to
Norfolk, via. the outside course, she
being broken in the middle and too old
and rotten to stand the gales so common
In March. ''
NEGRO EARLY SHOT.
Sentenced To Penitentiary, Is Killed In
Special to Journal.
'Ulkioh, April, 8. At 5 o'clock this
afternoon Adjutant General Royster re
ceived a report from the Captain of the
Edenton company, that the negro Tom
Early, guarded there last night had been
tried, convicted and sentenced to fifteen
years in the penitentiary.
That the sheriff had dismissed the mili
tary, and started with the negro for the
penitentiary, and that the negro was
shot after tbe sheriff left with him.
Delegates to American Congress
8peclal to Journal, ,
Raleigh, April S. The Governor ap
points the following delegates to the
American Congress on tuberculosis t
Hotel MaWlc. flew York. Msy 14th to
R. II. Lewis. W. L. Dunn, Albert An
derson, W. T, Pate, B. W. Battle, J. h,
Nicholos, J. F. Miller, James McKee
and P. L. Murphy.
Elks Circus Parade Upsets Court
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, April 8 Elks circus parade
today did remarkable things. It stopped
the Supreme Court right In the middle of
the Gattls-Kllgo case argument Lawyers
hurried to the windows . while the
judges turned their heads enough to see
the amusing sight.
Pjmy-BaUMua Step tha TicklJng,
and quietly aUarS Inflammation In the throat.
No White Slave Trade. ,
. WAsniNOTo. April 1. The 8late De
partment haa received from the French
Ambassador notice of a ' proposed con
gress for the international repression of
the white slave trade, to be convened at
Paris on June 10 next. . s
The first congress of this character,
held In London in June, 1899, expressed
the desire that an International agree
ment mlnht be effected In Older to In
flict, as far as possible, the ssme degree
of punishment for tbe enticement or kid
. napping of women or girls by . fraud,
abuts of authority or violence, nd for
their, admission and retention, In houses
of 111 rtiputf ; and to permit' theextradl
tint) of guilty parties by international
' v; , COVE. ,
".April 1.-We understand that. Mr.
Dnnkln Ipock will soon move his board
down th i road and probably hit trunk
Uler on , - ..
Mr K. J. ulnes of New Bern was the
guest of Capt. C. E. Htnes Sundsy,
Miss Bet&le Davis, one of Perfection's
most fair and lovely ' daughters spent
last week with relatives here, ,
'After lingering for many weeks with
heart dropsy, Mrs. M.W Jenkins died
at-her home near here Sunday evening.
She leaves a husband; '.five children and
a host of fr'mds to mourn their loss.
She was re "ned to God's Will and waa
willing to go. A good woman has gone
forth to seek her reward. ' . .
Miss Annie Avery of New Bern has
been here on an extended visit of late
and will probably make Cove her future
home. : -
! : Mrs Augustus Leapman left lasweek
' for New York to spend the spring and
Mrs. O. D. Lane tpenf Sunday and
Monday In New Bern. . . ; r
Miss Lettle White :ft -.Saturday to
visit relatives and friends, at Have-
lock. .-' ... . ,, , , a ' ,
' Congratulations' to Mr.- and Mrs.
Cf"'.-9 Avery. It'i a ptct'y l!lt!s gh.
BY AN EMPEROR
Fruit Damaged In Tennessee.
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 2 Heavy
frost occurred last night In this vicinity
doing some' damage to fruit. Up to last
night the damage by previous frosts had
been from 29 to 50 per cent In southern
Tennessee and it Is feared the heavy frost
last ntsrht will cause an average of 50
per cent loss to fruit growing sections.
The Best Prescription for Malaria.
Chills arid Fever Is a bottle of Grove's
Tabthxess Chill Tonic. It is simply
Iron and iUinine in a tasteless form No
cure no pay. rrice 50c.
Walter Clark A Partner?
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, April 3 In the Galttc-Kllgo
case bearing beforethe Supremo Court
today, Attorney T. T. Hicks, referred to
Associate Justice Waller Clark, as hav
ing been in partnership with the plain
Judge Walter Clark did not sit during
Summons la State
Immense Flood Losses
Nashville, Tenn..' April 1 Authentic
reports have been received from every
county In middle Tennessee and the
damage done to property is conservative
ly estimated at over $5,000,000. Twenty-
five persons lost their lives in the
flood. ;- '" ' ' "
Gormantor National Chairman.
Wabhihgton, April 8. The defeat of
Senator James E. Jones, chairman of
the Democratic National Committee, for
re-election at the Arkansas primaries,
which means his retirement on March 8
next, brings forth expressions of regret
among the Senator's associates.
Senator Gorman will assume the chair
maothlp of the National Committee up
on the withdrawal of Mr. Jones, and
will occupy his old position of party
leader. Mr, Gorman will be given the
place without controversy or dissent.
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, April 8. Governor Aycock
waa this afternoon , served with a sum
mons In the case of Mollle Miller, widow
of Festus Miller, late clerk of the Super'
ior Court of Pamlico county in her suit
for $2,800 claimed as fees and 'costs In
the oyster entry cases.! .
Pome sixteen hundred dollars had been
paid Miller In these esses,. 7 ' ,
McDuf tie's Witch. Hazel Foot Healer Is
one of the finest baby powders known,
cures prickly heat and gives Instant re
lief. 85 cents at F. B. Duffy's. ;
Stockholder Cnarges Fraud.
NbwYobk, April 2. W. O. Davis,
who claims to have been ' the holder of
400 shares of the common stock of the
American Tobacco Conjpany before that
corporation was merged In the ICoasoll
dated Tobacco Company, has brought
suit In equity In the Supreme Court of
this county to' recover these shares, on
the ground that he waa Induced by fraud
ulent misrepresentations on the part of
the directors of the American to part
with his stock for bonds of the Consoli
dated. He says he was assured Jby the
directors that the earning power of the
American was not more than eight per
cent on Its common stock, while they
knew It to be considerably more. Tbe
directors Informed him, he alleges, that
a majority of the stockholders had eon
tented to the exchange, while, he asserts
the directors themselves did not ex
change their stock, but withdrew It,
thereby getting the benefit of the greater
earning power aver since. :
Country iJerckants I
, " 1 fldfwell to see F. 8. Duffy
bef ' t -their orders ' for
D. ' ..t tledicines and Sua
Governor Up All Nlrht Account
Greeasber Tt Get Republican State
Convention. GeU Brlek Case
State Charter. North
Carolina at Charles
ton Exposition. -
Raleigh, April 8. Governor Aycock
tat up last night until $ o'clock and Ad
jutant General Royster until 5 o'clock,
In order to be in touch with the situa
tion at Edenton, where the local troops
were on duty to prevent a lynching,
The last news tbey had wss that one at
tack on the jail bad been repelled and
that another wu expected.
The penitentiary directors expected to
mske their annual report yesterday, but
Tbe news that the Republican State
Convention is to be held at Greensboro
will cause yet more stir in Raleigh,
where all the political parties have here
tofore held their conventions. All ssy
they will not hold them here until there
are more ample hotel accommodations.
Nearly all of today's session of the
Supreme Court was devoted to argu
ment In the noted damage and libel suit
of Gattis against Kllgo. There was a
large array of prominent attorneys on
Director General J. H. Avlrtll of the
Charleston Exposition was here today
to see Gov. Aycock In regard to the let
ters' "day" at tbe exposition, and sug
gested next Thursday as tbe date. It is
proposed to have the exercises In front
of the building In which this State's
very handsome exhibit Is Installed. By
the way George Eennan, 'the world
famous traveller, says In the last number
of the Outlook that this State's exhibit Is
the most meritorious at the exposition,
This is high praise.
Arch director Huske of this Episcopal
diocese resigns, on account of Impaired
health and has gone to the far northwest
for a long stay.
Another Burvey for the government's
boulevard from this city to the National
Cemetery has been made. This is for a
route which passing by the Soldiers'
Home will go 200 yards east of it and
then turn straight south, passing the en
tire front of the cemetery. It Is the pur
pose t have the boulevard 50 feet
The trustees ot the Baptist Female
University here meet Tuesday. The foL
lowing day will be observed as "Bene
factor's Day,", when addresses Will be
delivered by chairman W. N. Jones of
the trustees and president Charles E.
Taylor of Wake Forest college.
The State charters the Charlotte Coca
Cola Bottling Company, with capital
$4,000. It will manufacture andlbot-
The State Is notified that next Monday
the counsel for Hawley, Daly and How
Ovster Entry ard, the three gold brick swindlers, will
make a motion in the United States Sup
reme Court to advance the case. This
case Is before that court on habeas cor
pus and also In a writ of error. The
contention made by the attorneys for
the gold brick swindlers is that the lib
erty of the citizens Is Involved.
At the church of tbe Good Shepherd.
this morning Mr, James O. Litchford,
teller of the Raleigh Savings Bank, and
Miss Lucy West, daughter. of N. W
West, a prominent citizen were mar
State veterinarian Talt Butler, re
SAVED BY PE-RU-NA.
April 2. Miss Pearl Gatlin ot Stone-
wall spent last week In town assisting
Mrs. A. W. Haskins In her millinery
store. . '
Mrs. Folly of Durham wbp has been
visiting Mrs. Alonzo McClees of near
here, returned ' to her home a few days
a?o. ' '
Mr. Hugh Fodre of Beaufort, N. C
baa Just' returned home after visiting
the family of Mr. W. D. Dill, r ,
Mr. H. L. Glbbt and family spent
last . SatnrVtny ' snd Sunday In Bay
boro. ' U,J '
Quite a number of our young people
spent last Sunday at Arapahoe, attend
ing the - Union meeting; . Among the
number 7 were Mr. Harry. Bunting and
and Miss Mollle Carmine, Mr. .Walker
and .Miss Stella Johnson. .. r .
Mr. J. F. Brabble is haying a store
room t rill near his dweljlng.
The outside . work on the new Free
Will Baptist church has been completed
and is now being painted. '
Mr.L. G. HlnnanV of Bayboro U In
town. " :, ,-v-.--.- .
The fishing season here has about ex
pired. : ' . ' . ".v
Mrs Scarborough of Ocracoke ts visit
ing Mrs. U. L.GIbbs. - " -
The town commissioners at their
monthly meeting last Monday ordered
the streets to be improved, sidewalks to
be thrown upend streets leveled. "
We are sorry to learn of the serious
illness ot Ur.CD. Uaaklns. Hope he
will toon be better. -
v Oriental High School' la now In
s Mr. W F. Mldyette has Just added
neat llille office to his place of bual-
neat ipi ni: .,,.
Rev. J. L. Rumley baa gone to Dover
to attend a conference of ministers.
j It is reported that there la to be a mar
riage in Oriental real soon, r
The Old Dominion Steamship Com
pany hat put the steamer Guide In
place of the Virginia Dare on the route
Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Elkhorn, Wis., is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran
St. John's Church ot that place. Rev. Steubenvoll is the possessor of two bibles
presented to him by Emperor William of Germany. TJpon the fly leaf of one of
the bibles the Emperor has written In his own handwriting a text.
This honored pastor In a recent letter to the Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus,
O., says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna:
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.:
Gentlemen: bad hemorrhages ot tbe lungs tor a long time,
and all despaired of me. I took Peruna and was cured. It gave me
strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It Increased
my weight, gave me a healthy color, and I feel well. It Is tbe best
medicine In tbe world. It everyone kept Peruna in tbe house It
would save many from death every year. "
Yours very truly,
REV. H. STUBENVOLL.
Thousands of people have catarrh who
Would bo surprised to know It, because
U Has been called some other name than
catarrh. The fact Is, catarrh la catarrh
wherever located; and another fact
Which is of equally great Importance, is
that Peruna cures catarrh wherever
Catarrh is an American disease. Fully
one-half of the people are afflicted more
or loss with It In some form. Previous
to the discovery of Peruna, catarrh was
considered well nigh Incurable. Since
the introduction of Peruna to the medical
profession thousands of cases are cured
Mr. W. D. Smith, a well-known grocer
of Port Huron, Mich., writes:
"By following your Instructions and
taking Peruna and, Manalin I am cured
of catarrh. I had catarrh for twelve
years and quite a bad cough so I could
not sleep nights, I do not have any
cough now, and if I feel anything in the
throat I take a swallow of Peruna and I
am alright" W. D. Smith.
" asr4 nrtMsi rm
C. T. Gerdlng, Milbum, Neb, writes l
"I eontrscted a heavy cold about
fit teen years ago and tried all kinds of
patent medicines and drugs reoom-
mended for a cold or heavy eough, but
found none to help me until I com
menced using Peruna. My age is
seventy-eight years, and I am better
now than I have been for years. I. still
keep using your great medicine, and am
till improving in health. I recommend
it to all sufferers with coughs and colds."
C. T. Gerding.
Peruna, Tlw Greatest Xtomedjr Kiowa
Mr. Chas. H. Stevens, 07 Seventeenth
Street, Detroit, Mich., writes : It affords
me great pleasure to testify to the merits
of Peruna as a remedy for catarrh. I
suffered for some time' with chronlo
nasal catarrh, but after five months'
treatment during which time I used
even bottles of Peruna I am pleased to
ay that I am entirely well, thero being
not the slightest trace of the catarrh left.
Peruna is without doubt the greatest
remedy known for catarrh." Chas. IT. "
JUOloted Slaoe Childhood With Catarrh.
Mr. Elbert S. Richards, Milton, Conn.,
'I am near sixty-eight years of age.
and have from childhood been afflicted
with catarrh in the head, and, for the past
four or five years been much afflicted with
it in my eyes; they being watery, would
materate a good deal, and stick together
in the night. My condition was so fully
described in youralmanao that I decided
to try Peruna.
" I am thankful to say that I now con
sider myself entirely free from catarrh,
and only use Peruna occasionally now
as a tonio. Accept my sincere thanks
for your personal Interest In my case.
"My son, 21 years of age, has been
using Peruna for a number of weeks for
catarrh in the head "and has obtained
great relief ."Elbert S. Richards.
Catarrh Thirty Tear.
Mr. Andrew Barrett, 940 N. Eidzlo
Ave., Chicago, 111, writes :
" It gives me great pleasure to testify
to the merits of such a worthy remedy
for catarrh as your Peruna. I had
suffered for thirty years from this very
disagreeable disease and had tried many
so-called remedies but until I used Po
runa none had the desired effect.
"I have been connected with the
Chicago Police Department for the past
twenty-eight years. I can cheerfully
recommend Peruna to anyone suffering
from catarrh." Andrew Barrett. . .
. If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
- Address, Dr. Hartman, President ot
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Ohio. ;! !-.
Bbk va i nsa swttv i a
. 1 mwhfu
L. G. DANIELS.
You see at a glance
FEED AND EXCHANGE STABLES.
42 AND 44 CDAVIN STBIET, OPP0SITS HTJIAN SUPPLY CO
new srativ, nr. c.
what did It good, nutritious, flesh-
making feed." Cause and effect are
shown in the fat cow and hog. We sell
the very best available, as our numerous
customers can testify to. Have on hand
! a larva and carefullr selected
turned today from Bertie county, where l.tockof train and feed, and are pro-
he went to investigate what was said to wtred ts ill orders tor any qaanity. Our
be a case ot glanders. '
Last night waa very cool for
eon, but there was no frost,
A song recital bv Dr. Merritt uopain
son closed the .meeting of the State
Music Teachers' Association.
prices are lower than the lowest.
C Is. SPENCER'S,
19 & 21 Market Deck, New Bern, N. C.
Negroes Threaten To Lynch
In view, of the fact that it is not gen-
ue and One Hundred and eraly understood that the Rice Crop is jjji - . t DC Una pl.UU,
irth street to .Third, avenue highly protected from foreign competi- j!c -Rlfirlr PfiAll dk Naa flt 7Kf R1 Ofl
Hundred and Twentyxth tion by an import duty and-that the Jj 0S' Q TOCel. UU
re the fugitive took refnge In crop. ta the United States have $1.25,, f t s .? ! .?.'
New York, April 2-Flfty or more infu
riated negroes last night chased a white
man. threatening to lvnch hlm.from Sev
enth avenue . and One Hundred and
T went v-fourth
street, wnere me lueiuve too remits in i .rnn.
drugstore, j everv vear fallen much below the home I fl pnw,. .1 dn aa
The white man, when arretted : nd Carolina Rice Mills of V au;miuuro PW.
liutbiul hm In lit. rialMn. HHnltml inn I . . I
" """" Qoldsboro, N. C, rn order
i weniy-sixin dito dishou, sain no wa. & cnWv.tio of Rice on a lanrer
Pieces Fancy Taffeta Shirt ' Waist V
Silks at 60c and 80c. W
J J Foulard Silk, best quality, 24 inch, at H
I Uv CUIU ipl.vU, '-' at
Jacob Bellinger, 21 years old., of 230 Lhan w hmltstnIf, v,n done is
west one uunarea ana iwenty-eigntni to ake contractslwith plant
street, a piano salesman, tie .was
oharged with assaulting a young mu
latto Mary. Polndexter, Of 880 West
One Hundred and Twenty-fourth street.
During the pursuit Bellinger passed
the One Hundred and Twenty sixth
Street Station, and the noise of the crowd
outside crying "Stop, thief 1 was so
great that half a dozen policemen .tum
bled out on the street of their, own ac
cord. When they caught the man In the
drug store the crowd threatened to kill
era In North Carolina for their orops of
rice they may raise during the year 1002
on the most liberal terms.
Parties Interested, who wish to avail
themselves ot this offer, can communi
cate with us and we will take pleasure
in giving full particular.
SEED BIOS will be quoted on appli
cation. ' . ... i
' ; v- Respectfully, '
CAROLINA RICE MILLS,
- . Qoldsboro, N. O.
to encourage I !; New Kid Gloves In all shades and size. o
a larger scale T Vr'.'' ,-Vw "I'UU "' ' &
W " N til MM N ' IH V .'. VHf IH V J
. New Ties. New Laces U
... $350,000 For Sonsa; ,
PniLtDBLPHia, April 1. A New Tork
dispatch to. tbe Philadelphia North
American aaytt tUCi-' t-g
"John Philip Souta, the bandmuter
today signed a contract with George 0.
Tllyou to play at Atlantic City five sum
mer seasons In contlderatlon ot the sum
ot 1350,000. .
"Sonsa has three concerts to be given
In this city during the coming week.
The new contract means that hereaf
ter he will play only at Atlantic City on
this side and go abroad during the
G. II. Onnctt.
-s o i nt. LAUL.
Horses, : utiles. 7 o
i 4 ;
Wagons, Carts ,
OITO IXC A THIAIi
t7-i r p-1 t'.'i r' -
w!r"r scon." .