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RIW BIBH, CBAVM COUNTY, N. C, TUISDAY, MAY 20, 1902 -K1RST SICTIOH.
i' u- . i ' KUMBItt 14
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent
........ . . .,, t 4. ,7 J
Pure, healthful, highest in strength
' HOVM. BAKING POWDER CO.,
Town Without Cemetery. Personals.
Ma; 19. Mayor Blandford and family
spent Tuesday In Netf Bern. .
, Mesdamor. B. RTaylor, Both West, L
L Hargrave and Nu Bakor are off to
' Our town authorities are hating the
itreett put In good order and we are be
ginning to look more towny than ever.
Crops are looking nicely through Ihls
section and the farmers seem to be pret
ty well up with their work. 4
Mr T E Exheidga went to' Qoldsboro
Saturday and will return this morning.
We had two colonels in town one day
last week. Col. Pollock who wis down
on buslneeB and Col. Davis awhile be
tween trains. '' ,
Prof. Hargrave will soon move Into
the building that Mr B U Parrott has
recently completed on Lake View Ave
nue Dover Precinct primary was held Sat
urday. Quite an enthusiastic gathering
os our citizen were present. Mr. Beth
West was made chairman prc-tem.
Messrs, J. P. Tyndal, O. K. West, B.
O. Karnegay, Dr. Ray Pollock, and G. V.
Richardson were elected- delegates to
the County Convention. Mr, Seth West
was made chairman of oar executive
'committee for the text two years, ," '
lion C. It Thomas wag unanimously
endorsed for renomlnation and our dele
gates instructed to favor delegates who
would support Mr. Thomas In renomlna
tion. These were the only Instructions
given to our delegation.
Dover is the only town we know of
but what has a cometery. Reason 1st we
havo healthy locality, 2nd, we have a
good doctor. Now we don't Intend to
convey the the Idea that it fs impossible
for you to die here. f' R.
' Fort Barnwell Primary.
Tiio Democrats of Fort Barnwell pre
cinct, met, W C White chairman, and
elected M D Lane, W C White, B B
Woolen, L S Harper; J W Lane, M H
Carr, R A. Russell and W B Pearce dele
gates, and F R Smith, W R Sanls, J 8 W
Pearce and T R Lane, alternates to the
Democratic county convention to be
held at the court house in New Bern,
The following were elected for the
township executive "committee, D
Lano, B B Wooten, J S W Pearcol F R
Bmilh, W C White chairman. ' '
. Resolutions, revering the memory, of
Jefferson and Vance and reaffirming" al
leglanoe to the principles of .Democracy
as laid down by them, were adopted.
: The administration of Qovernor Aycock
and the official course of Senator 81m
j, " mom and of Congressman Thomas was
:; enthnslastlcally endorsed., Tbo delegates
were Instructed to support Sheriff Rid
dle to succeed himself. ' ;r
Mr J W Lane was recommended for
Clerk of the Superior Court. -
- Mr A E Wads worth of Perfection and
Mr 0 V Richardson of Dover were
recommended for county commission-
Mr U L Ward received the support of
the palmary for solicitor.,. . ; ;
Space will noi permit the publication
' of the resolutions in full, they being of
considerable length. '
":.':. - Jasper . Primary, j- t i :
. ..... At the Democratic primary held at
, Jaspor, the following were elected to
represent that precinct at tho coucty
.'' convention to be held In this city, May
' 24th:-W. B. Lane. E. Z. R. Davis, O. H.
" Wetherlngton, A. B. Dawson,, W. W.
Preicott, M. W. Carmon and J.T.
. Houbo.-Delegates: Messrs. J. T-. House,
" W. W. Prescott, E, Z. R, Davis, O.-H.
, Wethorlngton, with 11. W. Carmon,
chairman, compose the township execu
.; tlve committee. : ' J ' if
Resolutions were adopted endorsing
Chas. R. Thomas for Congress, George
" H. Brown for Associate Justice Supreme
1 Court and D. L. Ward for Solicitor.
Mr. A. E. Wads worth presided over
the meeting. ? A
Celery Headache Powders.
There Is not any better remedy for
e tlmn th foe powders. They
l. . . r to tvIU-ve. t:..e mi eolJ oiily
100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
P OLICE KILLED BY NEGROES.
Fierce Fight Resulting .In Nine Deaths.
State Troops and Artillery Out.
Special to Journal.
Atlanta, Qa. May IT Four policemen
and five negroes were killed this morn
ing in a battle which followed an at
tempt to capture several negroes, one of
whom had killed tho policemen.
The Qeorgia State troops went put
with artillery to attack the the houses
where the- negroes hnd gathered and
The entire police reserves are on duty
The officers burned the house barri
caded, but tho negroes managed to
escnpe to one adjoining, a second
houso was burned in an attempt to
capture the negro, but he escaped to a
A Tragedy Repeats Itself.
Wilmington, May 10. A few years
ago Uarckless Green, of Rrucswlck
county, lost three children by drowning
within a few yards of Navassa factory,
four miles' from Wilmington, at the
mouth of a creek, which enters the
river at that point. He was in a boat
with his children at the ttmo of the ac
cident and miraculously cscapod himself
Today at about tho same spot , he and
his son Darry, aged about 19 years, were
In a boat, which capsized and the young
man was drowned. The father again
barely escaped. 1
The Bella. r -
Upon twelve bells there- enn be played
470.091.C00 changes. "v '
The Cbeeae Fly.
The common cheese fly 1b only a tenth
of an inch long. It deposits about 2o0
eggs in the cracks of cheese, though if
not nble to And this substance It readily
Hen England Snpentttlon.
A New Hampshire cure for sore
throat is to wear about the neck a
stocking in the toe of which a potato
has been tied. According to a Maine be
lief, a nutmeg pierced and hung on a
string around the neck prevents boils,
croup and neuralgia.
It has been found that, even where
the rainfall Is normal, the. production
of the soil can be Increased threefold
by a proper system of Irrigation.1 1
S 'Trultt's Primary. ; ; :
Democratic primary held at TrutU's,
No. 2 township, Craven county at 8
O'clock p. m. May 17th, 1902.
The meeting was called to order by .F.
S. Ernull, township chairman. Election
of i permanent chairman was In order,
Noah T. Fulcher and W. H. Whltehurst
was nominated and ballot taken, N. T.
Fulcher was declared elected. Election
of Secretary taken up. Gilbert A. Gas
kins was unanimously elected Secretary
Object of the meeting explained by the
chairman, and tbon proceeded to 'elect a
township commltte, and. the names bo
low was elected: - i l'1'
F. 8. Ernull, F. P..,Rowe,-..N. T. Ful-
cher, Gilbert A. Gasklns, W. H. Whlte-
The chairman declared nominations in
order for delegates to the County Con
vention to meet In New Bern, May 24th,
1902, tho following names Cwero elect
ed: ,-. V.., -f JV fa J . j -
F. 8. Ernull, Brlco Gasklns, W. D
WhUtord, Wl, A. Barrlngton, , W. I
Gaskina, F. P. Rowe, W. R. Arthur, '
A. Gasklns, J. A. Thomas. , ;f .
The meeting then adjourned ; and
everybody Invited to participate In
drinking a barrel of lemonade, letting
near the door. After taking a refresh
ing drink of lemonade," the committee'
perfected organization by electing' F. S
Ernull, chairman executive committee
and Noah T. Fulcher, Secret.
Meeting adjourned subject to call of
chairman. , , '
This the 17th day of May, 1902. ..'
Gilbert A. Gaskins, .
- Secretary ot Meeting,
"'J At Davis'.-
Go to Davis' for moth balls, flypaper,
Insect powder.cMorldo of lime In cans for
Report Small Pox Outbreak in Cam
tfo Saperlnteideit of Health Ii
Camdea. State Charters. Balsa
and Cool Weather.' Awards
Received at Charleston
Ralbiuh, May 17.--Dr. Richard H.
Ewells Is advised of an outbreak of small
pox at South Mills, Camden county, and
of a death from it." He has sent the
State's small pot expert there to inves
tigate and report. -
Camden is one of the three eonntles in
the State whose county commissioners
openly violate ihe law by falling to elect
a eounty superintendent of health. The
two "other counties' are Pamlico and
Tyrrell. The law is mandatory In re
quiring such officer to be elected and
notice is now sent the commissioners of
Camden ' by the State board ot health
that they will be Indicted If they longer
fall to do their duty. .Only the county
superintendent of health has authority
to arrange for the control of such out
breaks. The Stutc charters the Oberon cotton
mill, at Graham, capital $200,000, of
which three fourths is taken by C. S.
Parish of St. Joseph, Mo., G. H. Fraker
of Bt. Louis and J. V. Pomeroy, of Gra
ham. A charter is also granted to the Mont
gomery Mining Company, , of Camden
Montgomery county, capital $500,000,
stockholders George R. Galther and R.
H. Rldgely of Baltimore, and Robert N.
Page, of Camden. The company will
conduct a general mining business, oper
ate smoliers, etc.
General rains set In this morning.
The weather this week has been rather
cool for cotton, which, however, looks
The Democratic Judicial Convention
for the 4th dletriot is called to meet at
Rocky Mount June 26.
Qovernor Aycock leaves Monday for
High Point and then goes to Newton,
Oak Ridge and Reldsvllle, at each place
making a speech in the Interest of edu
Insurance Commissioner Young has
paid Into the State treasury $26,187, be
ing his collections for April.
The following received medals at the
South Carolina Inter State and West In
dian Exposition, exhibiting nnder the
auspices of the Btate Board of Agricul
ture. Gold Medal Hackburn and Wlllett,
New Bern, tubers and truck crops.
Silver Medal Geo. N. Ives & Sons,
Newport, drupaceous fruits.
Honorable Mention William Dunn,
New Bern, Agricultural products. .
Emperor WillhtirrPresents the Uni
ted States With a Statue.
Washington, May 16. in appeciatlon
of the cordial reception of Prince Henry
Emperor William intends to' present a
statue in bronze ot Frederick the Great
to the United States. It will be erected
In this city.
Carrie Nation at Home Again.
Topeka, Kan., May 16 Mrs. Carrie
Nation was today sentenced to ; 30 days
in prison and to pay a. $100 fine, by
Judge Hazcrs, in the district court, for
smashing bar fixtures stored In a vacant
barn in this city In Fobruary, 1901. She
will not appeal the case and has gone to
jail. -' -.n'.-iJ'Jft-?'. "':
McDuffle's witch Hazel Foot Healer
one of tho finest baby powders known,
cures prickly heat and gives instant re
lief. 25 cents at F. 8. Duffy's, r'
.i..y.:-- .Vi "--....i-i,j -
' Dow falls on a yellow, surfaco more
readily than on' green. On. red and
black it Will not usually form." ; -i
Our Atmosphere. -
If great .cold turned our atmosphere
to liquid nir, it would make a sea thir-ty-ftvo
feet deep over the surface of the
(whole globe. ' u f "
' A Ken Moner Scheme.
A plan to simplify the postofflce mon
ey order system is now proposed.? The
scheme Is to reprint all one dollar, two
dollar and five dollar treasury notes.
coin or silver certificates now. la cir
culation and have the faces of the new
bills provided with blank lilies and
space. This would bo the- brdinary
money, of the day. ) Then, wfhen one
wishes to send money by roaiWie takes
such a bill from bis pocketbooU, writes
on Its face the name of the person or
firm to whom It is to go, the cltj and
state and affixes a two cent stamp la
the square Indicated, canceling It with
his Initials and date, and signs Ids name
on the back. The Mil, which previous
ly mia negotiable money, Is Instantly
transformed Into a personal check on
the United States government as safe
for transmission as any bank check.
This is inclosed In a letter to the per
son or firm desired and can be collect"
ed by the receiver upon Identification
at toe postofflce namea. Argonaut.
tBern Precinct, h 5
: The Democratic primary of Bern pre
cinct was held at the Reel House at 8
o'clock last night, .A. J. Gasklns, chair
man of the Ward Committee,,, onllod the
meeting to order, . ;, ;,
The following delegates were elected
to the county convention: Wallace Rose
J P Rodman and J W Dukes, j
J P Rodman, Wallace Rose, X W Wat
son, E W SImpklns, and Walter Fulford
Diplomas From Farts. Base Ball En-
tbnslam. Weather Report For
Honth of April.
Ralkioh, May 19.-The base ball
cranks here are delighted at the great
game of base ball Saturday between
Charlotte and Raleigh by far the great
est game ever played la North Caro
lina. V .- : ' !;
Today the diplomas, 40 In number,
awarded to North Carolina exhibitions
at Paris, arrived and will at once be dis
tributed, by the agricultural depart
ment. ' '
The Bute today authorised the Bhaw
Harness Co., of Charlotte to increase its
capital stock to $50,000. .
On account of the 111 health of Fletcher
Battle of Nash: and Moses' West of
Orange, Gov. Aycock pardons them. The
condition of these men, who were serv
ing IS months termls jich . as to en
danger the other prisoners.
President Wilson of the Agricultural
and Mechanical College here is devoting
this week to s tour in which he will
speak on education and good roads.
The Supreme Court devotes this week
to the docket of appeals from the 10th
Very few rains fell Saturday night.
Never was the farming outlook brighter.
The weather report for this Btate for
April, Issued today, says the mean tem
perature was 56.9 degrees, or 1 4 degrees
below nornal. - The average rainfall was
2.44 inches, which Is 1 .88 below the nor
mal. The average snowfall was only
one tenth of an inch. Snow really piled
in measurable amounts west of the Blue
Ridge and in the Piedmont plateau.
Gov. Aycock left tonight on an educa
Tnu (o.lowlng quotations wore rocoiv
ed by J. E Latham & Co, Now B em
Nbw York, May 19.
Cotton; Open. High. Low. Close
July 8.69 8.81 8.67 8.81
Aug 8.42 8.55 8.40 8.53
Sep 8.02 8.08 8.01 8.C8
Oct ?.91 7.90 7.88 7.93
Chicago, May 19.
Open. High. Low. Close
741 741 74 741
Open. High. Low. Close
CO 60 G(H 60
Open. High. Low. Close
. 972J 972J 9671 9671
New York, May 19.
Stocks; Open. High. Low. Close
Sugar. . . . , 120 126 ip5J 126
Bo Ry 87i 37 35J 361
U. 8. 13 13 121 13
U. S. S..... 391 40 38 37
Mo. P. ..98 08f 971 981
Atchison. 771 78 771 771
Va. C. C 721 721 711 711
A. C. 0 511 61 531 511
Amice ...18 18 17J 17J
Advices to J. E. Latham & Co., yes
i New York, May 19.
Some indications that we may get
rally today but buying power is feeble.
R. Moore & Co.
No indication at the moment of fur
ther liquidation. May do better.
R. J. Johnson & Co.
PORT RECEIPTS. '
Last week last year.
This woos. , t
Insight 60000 7000
Sat. 3000 - 5000
Wed. " 7000
William and the Engliih Throne,"
-A glttnce flt the list of royal person
ages In tho direct lino of succession to
the British thron rovenls some Inter
estlng facts. How many people know
that thcro'nre only two adult males be
tween Emperor William and King Ed
ward? It is, however surprising It may
be, a fact tbnt the German emperor Is
the third male successor over twenty-
one. He stands twenty-fourth In the
list, but most of those before him are,
women or children. Only two are men
of full age tho king's only son, the
Duke of Cornwall and York, and his
only living brother, the Duke ot Con-'
naught - i . '
A GENTLE HINT.
la our style of climate, with Its sud
den changes of temperature, rain, wind
and sunshine often Intermingled In a
single day, It Is no wonder that our
children, friends and relatives are so
frequently taken from ns by neglected
colds, half the deaths resulting directly
from this cause.. A bottle of Roschee's
German Syrup kept about your home
for Immediate use will prevent serious
slckness.a large doctor's bill, and per
haps death, by the use of three or fouf
doses, r or curing consumption, Hem
orrhages, Pneumonia, Severe Coughs,
Croup or any disease of the Throat ot
Lungs, its success is simply wonderful,
as your druggtst will tell yon.! Got
sample bottle free from F. S. Duffy. Reg
nlar size, 75cts. Oct Green's Special
Save Yoar Hair wltb
And light dressings of CtncrmA
Ointment, purest ot emollient skin
cures. This treatment at once stops
falling hair, removes crusts, scales,
and dandruff, soothes irritated, itching
surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles,
supplies the roots with energy and
nourishment, and makes the hair grow
upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy
scalp, when all else fails.
For Every Homoar, SI, consisting of CUT.
ICUBA Soap (25c.), to cleanse the skin of crusts
and scales, and soften the thickened cuticle;
CuticubaOinthknt (50c.), to Instantly allay
Itching, Inflammation and Irritation, and
soothe and heal; and Cuticcra Resolvkst
Pills (26c.), to cool and cleanse the blood.
CuncuBA BmoLvnrf Puis (Chocolate
Coated) are a new, tasteless, odorless, eco
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Coticuka Resoltkht, as well as for all other
blood purifiers and humour cures. In screw
cap rials, containing 60 doses, price 25c
Sold throughout Om vorM. Brltbh Depot, SMS,
ChuterhoiM Bq.. London. French Depot: IBM dt la
rux,rwls. Foriaa Sara us CaaibOoar.PiOPS.
MAN BEFORE BREAKFAST.
Sora 111 lfatnred, Than Woman, Say
a Obaerraat Reataarataor.
"Of course," said an ayenue restau
rant keeper, "I think my business gives
me. the best opportunities in the world
forjudging human nature. My obser
vations havo led me to the conclusion
that 'women, as nervous aw they are
Eupposed to be, are more good natured
ban men. The test for this trait comes
t breakfast time. Now, I . suppose
that my customers are about as cheery
WloV as frequent, any restaurant in the;
City, A gooa many oi tnem are news
paper men, who, as a usual thing, take
life i as It comes without much com
plaint If you tate them 'in the even
ing or late at night, you will find them
the most companionable lot imaginable.
ut let me tell you there Is a difference
i the morning.
"As friendly as I am with most of the
men who come in here, there Is not
bne whom I would, care.tojprovoke be
fore he gets ms DreaKrast. Moet or.tne
'kicks' are made concerning 'the first
meal i bf 'tho day. The waiters is-too
slow;, the steak is too rare; the steak is
too' well, done;, the eggs are not friea
properly pr are boiled too little or too
much. But by the time the average
man has had a good: meal and a cup
of hot coffee 'Richard Is himself again.'
"Now, with women it is different I
don't know! .whether it is because they
wake up : less ; hungry than men or
whether an empty stomach affects tne
nerves to a less degree, but. those who
get their breakfast here seldom annoy,
us with complaints,'' Washington Fost,
Doa'ta Fo Literary Bearlnnera.
Don't. tell the' editor what your fam-
llyor friends or literary, acquaintances)
sayjof your manuscript
, Don't urge tho editor td buy your
manuscript because you need the mon
ey 'to help you in contributing tar the
support of your -family ir in making
your way through, college. -
Don't assume a Jaunty, .sarcastic or
Insistent ttone with . the i editor. Don't
coyly ask him to ''permit this. literary,
dove to nest in your olive. tree or else
return it to the ark at the above ad
Don't try to temper the severity of
his Judgment by sending him pressed
flowers with your manuscript or to
Impress him with your literary power
and experience by telling him that you
'write on the spur of the moment and
never correct. ' ' ; .? ; !
Bear in mind, In short, that the best
way to submit ft manuscript is simply
to submit it and let It speak for ItSclf.
Franklin B. Wiley In Ladles Home
Journal. ' " 1
.., , i y,- t :
,'!.-.; flaow la Tealee. ;!
"I saw Venice once under unusual
circumstances,'' said a traveler. "At
the time of which I speak that sunny,
smiling land was .wrapped In snow,
Our folks were a bit surprised, but the
natives were amazed. To the real Ve
netians snow Is a thing they do not
know how to deal with! Many persons
remain all day In bed Indulging In hot
drinks and pass their time In doing
nothing. The children, to their extreme
satisfaction, are not sent to school, as
the streets and squares are covered
With snow. Those courageous persons
who venture abroad only walk at tho
slowest pace. To cross a bridge Is con
sidered hazardous, If not foolhardy.' St
Mark's square is entirely deserted.
Even the pigeons are Invisible,"
: Cigars at Davis'. , "
Theo, Cubanola,' Royal Blue, Lew
Wallace, Flor de Teller, and other load.
ing brands, a.t Davis Prescription Thar-
Snow JDrliT, ,
J 1ST RECEIVED.
; jortemouth Corned Mallets.
Fresh Straw berriee from WMtehnrst's farm every morning.
Fresh Fox River fiint1in3 Elpn Butter "received every
week and served from one of the finest refrigerators in the city.
omplete stock ofjttaple and Fancy Groceries at RIGHT
j J. L. McDANIEL, S" 1
'Phone '91. 71 Broad St., .
To HACKBURN'S Specials
in Fancy Melrose andVhip Cord, 44 inch, only $1.00 and $1,25.
Navy and Reseda Whip Cord, 45 inch, this week $1.00.
Yon will have to see these to fully appreciate their value.
Black Nuns Veiling, 36 inch, 56c value, this week '50c. '
Black Brillianteen, 38 inch, $1.00 grade, this week for 90c.
75c . u u, 65c
65c ic : 50c
GrftV Brillianteen. 44 inch. 1:25 value, this week $1.00.
W Navy Blue and Brown, at the same Reduction.
T New Silks.
OfV in1. PI.:... Dl,.,.Tr PaUw, nf RAa
Tl i. rn c:iw ce. irl...
xJiuuu. xnucui vov t oiuo, dlkkuu uiu uuu. - ' .a.
v.A inr.h Klnlr 'rftttAta. ornarantpn Rtamnea on everv vara.
iiV . 0 r -. - v j- , k j
n this week, 75c. , , . , v
l . 27 inch Black Taffeta, this week $1.00. S$
A 36 v ;'.' 1.25. V'i
ili 42 inch Black Gloria Silk, 85c value, this week 75c,
Jfv - ''; 22 inch Prunella SUk $1.50 grade, Special at $1.25. , -f
'All Foulards at cost for this week only. . . M M
m - NEW GOODS in all departments. New Belts, New Wash V
ttSt Goods, Piques in white and colors, Dimities, and Beautiful W
-:L)e8triplwii&u.L. tr i "" if)
The American Stock Co., i
HAVE JUST RECEIVED TIIEm ''
Enormous Spring Stock
and invites the inspection of
" Tho latest makes and styles in Spring Suits for everybody
At Prices that: Knock Out Competition
Mens Furnishing Goods of every description. Cheap too.
Shoes, up-to-date styles and of the best makes.; Dry Goods of
all kinds. We carry a choice line of MILLINERY that is pret
ty enough to suit any lady. Ladies Dress Goods of every qual
ity from ginghams to the most select weaves, at right prices.
' Give us a call and well do the rest. - . f :
P. HOWARD1, Proprietor,1
..;; -.abwiwW!....'.-..1-." '-
i ii ' .1 M ... V
A real SDriner Dav will catch vou with
your winter underwear on it you don't look
out. ' You naa better
Our line ot "
Lames ana kznt s
'.-. '..'.:'iJ- ri
'.'.; ,rr 1
for Summer will surprise you in quality and
Price-lOc to 60c,
. We still have a full line ot Gent's , CtraT7
Hats, Latest Chapel ' ' , ,
kOiir othins''! T7ill pleasa you.
Remember, all bought fcr epet cr:,
get tho advantao ol iu , . o .
F l oir I
,!? ; irt.-.:i
50 - 01 Middle Street.
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i ,i ...-.1
" '::' m . .
iook us up.
r.V 'iTr- '." if - -y.
c!' ' "t"' -Zt etc
were eketcd Ward Committee.