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RIW BIBN, CBAVIH COUHTT, H. "C, TUISDA7, MAY !7, 1902. FIRST SICTIO".
HUM BLR 16
SUNK TN THE SEA.
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls,
ftOVAt BAKINO POWDER CO, 100 WILLIAM ST. NEW YORK. '. ""
MYSTERY m CHARLOTTE.
A Farmer Disappears and Either Murder
- or Suicide is Thought. i ;f
Ciiarlotts, N. C, May 84. Mr. L.
Moore, a farmer "who lived three miles
from hero, baa disappeared. LTe wa
here on the 20th with his wire and child
Jen, and after leaving tbem has not been
seen since. "'"--"-,.
His keys, knife, buggy cushion and a
half pint bottle of whiskey that Moore
had in his pocket have been found In the
big sewer ditch, He had been drinking,
and H In thought that he was either
drowned or killed and . thrown in the
ditch, 01 In the lake. The ditch has bad
new dirt put In since Tuesday and his
body may be under It.1
- Lost or Stolen. .'
A one stone diamond pin, valued at
$250, will give handsome reward.: for re
. turn of same when returned to Moore's
BrickYard. " T
, P. 8. Think it was lost on the road to
the poor house. ; p
v Telegraphic Gleanings. .
The republic of Cuba has been, success
fully launched upon the sea of nations.
. .It remains to bo seen what will be her
sailing; qualities. .
The volcanic eruptiona still occupy the
at ton lion of the public. They . are a
great source of fear to the superstitions.
Human volcanoes are harmless except
i to themselves. 'i ' , 1 ' -
The beef trust's tire has been punc
tured. The people will soon enjoy a.
normal price for their meat and will not
' haw to eat . beans without the pork
- . : -
The coal strike is well enough this
summer but It will be serious M it con-
' tinues very long.
v i The general exodus to the North and
' 4 summer resorts has begun. The summer
girl flourishes like a groen bay tree. '
Completely Covered With Lava."
London, May 20. The Morning Poet
this morning publishes a dispatch from
the Island of St. Lucia, dated May 24th;
which says that Bt, Pierre la now com
pletely covered with lava and that II
will be dangerous to approach the place
until the covering hardens.. Ash show
ers and ' detonations continue, says the
dispatch. Fort-de-France, according to
The Post's correspondent, is safe, but
the people are apprehensive lest the
lightning flashes shall lira the hundreds
' of tons of explosives stored In the forts'.
The inhabitants are fleeing. ,v -
Why suffer patn and severe sickness
from Bowel Complaints, , when AR
NOLD'S BALSAM stops one and cures
' the other. It has been successfully used
- for fifty yars.f Warranted to give satis
faction or money refunded 1 by- T, A
May 23. A light rain this week was
warmly welcomed by tho farmers.
Crops are looking well except corn.'
' We Pamlico people are anticipating
with pleasure the prospects of a rail
Mr. W. H. : Jones has been very low
with measles. There have been several
cases here. There is said to have been
1C0 cases In this vicinity. : K
Potatoes are looking apd doing finely.
They are now as big as a hen tgg.
Croakers have come and they are quite
a treat., ' ' . ,, . f '
Rer. R. H. Jones will preach at the
church the first Lord's dsy In June, and
we are looking for a good tr.f-" 7.
We agree with the Bnlter l u.ii Corres
pondent to the Journal that there should
be a compulsory school law.
We aro always anxious to be la
f r j end wv.ld te very grsteful to te
1 . . 1 . T'
ill' J v 1 t 9 C
Educational Affairs Demanding" Gen
Annual I Sermon Uradnallog Class
. A. & M, College. Swamp
Lands Offered for Sale.
Fine Reports From
Raleigh, May 16. At Christ church
yesterday morning Rev. ' Dr. McKtrn of
Washington, D. C, preached tho annual
sermon before the graduating class of
the A. & M. College. The cadet batUUoa
300 strong, was present, headed by ' the
faculty and tho trustees. Bishop Cheshire
tok part In the service.
In the afternoon Bishop Ellison Capus
of South Carolina preached the annual
sermon before the students of St. Mary's
female college. J."
, Qov. Aycock left this afternoon for
Greensboro, to attend the - commence
ment of Greensboro, female College,
Thenoe he goes to Winston-Salem, to aM
tend centennial commencement of Salem
Female Academy. His staff will join
him there Wednesday. ' He will be the
guest of William N. Reynolds..
Auditor Dixou went to Greensboro to
day, to attend the Greensboro t Female
College commencement. He thenoe goes
to Slier City to make a speech to
school, and Thursday, speeks to a school
in LaGrwge. ; ' V ,. ''yl:' i-,
The trustees of Wake Forest, College
began their annual session today, The
year has been a prosperous one for' .this
college, j The commencement exercises
began yesterday, with: the annual ser
mon. ... v, : yli'Zj-
Very fine rains fell yesterday. Mem
bers of the corporation commission re
turned yesterday from Yarioua parts of
the State. All spoke of fine crops and
favorable seasons and of the high splr
its of the farmers, i i- i - p '
The. State board of education has
given the Whiteville Lumber Company
an option on all the State's Swamp
lands In Columbus county, at 50 cents
an acre.,.;..'.; .-.r. i
St. Mary's female college here Is now
jointly owned by the three Episcopal
dioceses In North Carolina and the dio
cese of South Carolina. During the past
three years It has raised more than $50,
000; this has been spent In buying the
property, In new buildings and in im
proving old ones. Much of the equip
ment has also been brought In the thne
years. There are 224 students, of whom
127 are boarders, taxing the boarding
facilities to the utmost. This evening
the annual concert was given.
McDuffle's Witch Hazel Poot'tealer U
one of the finest , baby powders known,
cures prickly heat and gives Instant re
lief. 25 coots at F. 8. Duffy's. , '
May J3. Mr Wright Goodwin, of Roe
and Mrs Martha R Carrawan, of Low
land, were married April 27. .' v
Mr Richard Hill, of Atlantic and Miss
Julia Daniels, of Roe, were married May
18. Immediately after the weddlne the
couple went to the groom's house in At
lantic ... - ; . . ;.'
Elders E Lnmly and J"B Adams
preached here Saturday and Sunday. The
suenuance was urge. ' '. - - '
Mr Albin Tingle, or Arapahoe, was a
business caller here thia week, 8 D. D
, , SWANSECO.
May 24. It Is regret we realize the ab
sence of our dear friend Miss Ramie
Francks from Richland, Onslow County
She has spent some time with us this win
ter teaching school. She is an excellent
teacher and we were well pleased with
the progress of our children. We fully
realize that she discharged her whole
duty toward us all. Ho partiality was
sliown by her. The Intellectual knowl
er'e of the children wss greatly Improved
TTT ffTTTi TTTiTTTi TTlXTm
Veteran 90 Years Old Dying at Sol
Meetinr of Board r Agriculture.
Charters Granted. Repsrt or
l Bequest te Baptist Orphan- v
aice and University Sab
- ' itaatlated. Good Crop
. tory to bs Es-
RaUtian, May 24. The number of In
mates of tho Soldiery Home here today
was 87.' There are 118 on the roll, but
manr are absent on furlough, William
UL Aldxldh', ,who was the first man ad
muiea w tn - momm, is uac inere, 01
softening of the brain. His age la 90 and
hetla ftom. Klnstoa. W..A. Garvin Of
Cllntoht who was admitted to the home
last Saturday is In a critical condition.
He has cancer, t '-.
The board of agriculture will be in
session next week. It will make a re
port on Its exhibit at the Charleston ex
The State authorises the Hlght Point
shirt manufacturing company to change
its name. to the High Point Overall Com
pany. It charters the Salisbury, Can
ning Company, and; the Bell Lumber
Company of Mt. Olive, Wayne county.
The. authorized capital of the latter Is
Deep interest is manifested by the
base ball cranks here in next week's
game between Raleigh and Charlotte.
Some of the base ball people are endeav
oring to have Sherwood Unchurch of
Raleigh made one of the league um
Several days ago your correspondent
made a. statement as to the bequest by
Dennis Simmons of Martin county of
$15,000 to the Baptist Female University
here and $65,000 to the Baptist Orphan
age at Tbomasville. This news is fully
confirmed. The trustees of these Insti
tutions knew of the bequest long ago
but did not know until the will was
opened whether there had been any
Governor Aycock returned this morn
lng from the fourth educational tour he
has made this Spring. Whenever he goes
and speaks he arouses the truest enthu
siasm for public education.
The local Masons here had a barbecue
It Is expected that the crop report
for the State next week will be one of
the most satisfactory ever Issued.
The King's Daughters have .quite a
complete plan adopted for the reform a
tory they will establish. .
The Closlnjr of School Church Notices.
x j : Weddin; Announcement. ;
"May . 26.:We are having excellent
weather for farming now; corn; cotton
and potatoes are fine this year. ;
Mr. H. B. Holton and Mr. C. D. Hoi-
ton have put ' out quite a number of
sweet potatoes already and others will
have vines to put out next week, ; 1
Watermelons and cantelopes are nice
through . this section,- there are some
melon vines two feet " long while both
aie blossoming. ; y ' ; ' '
The 16th... marked the closing of the
school at. this place under the manage
ment, of Miss Dallas Dinklns, of Vance-
boro. The entertainment was a success,
and a very pretty one. Misses, Myrtle
and Bessie Holton rendered some very
nice singing. ' Miss Bessie Holton de
Hvered the valedictory which was very
nice. . There were visitors from Grants
boro, ReelsborOtJZorah, i Truilts, New
Bern and Wilmington, , The entertain
ment owes Its success to the skillful
management of Miss Dinklns for she
spared no time In preparing things
aright. She Is a good teacher and loved
by all the school and has formed strong
ties of friendship by the people and pat-T
rons of the school. We were sorry to
have her leave us Wednesday,' but we
hope she will return again soon and con
duct Our next school. ' -' .
On account of sickness Rev. D. H.
Petree did not fill Ills regular appoint
ment the 3rd Sunday. . But Rev. L. T.
RIghtsell Allied his place fro tern. -
Wo wish to announce, that Mr. Petree
will preach on Sunday and Sunday night
from now on, Instead bt Saturday night
and Sunday aa heretofore.' '
We are requested to make the an
nonncemeot that Mr. L W. Rogers, of
LaQrange, and Miss Challle J. Holton,
of Olympia, will be married in, Broad
Creek church, at Olympia, Wednesday
June 4th at 4 o'clock p. m. This prom
ises to be a very pretty marriage as no
time is ,. being lost in preparing for the
occasion, ' Directly after the ceremony
is preformed the party will drive to
New Bern to take the evening train for
LaGrange where a reception will be
given at tho home of the groom.
. - ' M. O, Holton.
Peace Mty be Proclaimed at Any
- London, May 26. The Dally Mall this
morning says the' announcement ' of
peace may be expected at any moment,
and that it will be found that the govern
ment has remained Inflexible on all vital
points at Issue. -: ... ,:
Whole Rortn End of Island Gone. Evac
uation of Martinique Urged.
Special to Journal.. '
Washisqton, D. C, May 24. Further
examination of the Island of Martinique
made by the French ships, indicate that
the entire north end of the island has
probably sunk Into the tea.
Immediate evacuation of the Inhabi
tants la urged.
Red hot ashes are now falling twelve
mllea from Mount Pelee.
Special to Journal.
Washington,, D. U., May 24. The
British Ambassador, Lord Sir Julian
Panncefote died here today at the Brit
ish Embassy. 4 .
Tragedy in a Church.
Atlanta, May IS. Five or six hundred
men, divided into a half dozen posses
are tonight searching the country adja
cent to this city for Millard Lee, the son
of a well-to-do farmer,- who today shot
and instantly killed Miss Lllla Suttle, a
yonng woman of 19. The tragedy took
place at Wesley chapel, Mount Gilead
camp grounds, nine miles from Atlanta,
Lee firing two bullets Into Misa Suttle
just as the minister had finished the ben
ediction and before any of the worship
ers had started to leave the church.
Lee, who Is about 20 years of age,
came into the church during the services
and took a seat two pews from the door
and almost directly behind Miss Suttle.
Just as the services were over and the
congregation had risen to Its feet. Lee
leaned forward and fired two shots at
Miss Suttle, killing her instantly. Lee
escaped, and meeting his lather some
distance from the church secured $100
from him. Several posses were soon
organized and. a call sent In for blood
hounds, Dr. John Suttle, father of the
murdered girl, heads one of the posses,
while his son directs another.
Miss Suttle was a strikingly beautiful
young woman and had recently gradu
ated with high honors from a college. It
Is said that she refused Lee's attentions
because she considered herself above him
The Coal Miners' Strike.
Wilkesbabbe, Pa. May 25 This was
the quietest Sabbath in the Wyoming
region since the miners' strike began.
The circular which President Mitchell
sent out yesterday warning the Polish,
Slavish and Llthunian miners to remain
away fiom the bituminous region of
Virginia and WeBt Virginia, where
strikes are now in progress, was read in
many of the churches .where the foreign
miners attend services. Some of the
clergymen made , remarks urging the
strikers who belong to their congrega
tions to be law abiding and be guided by
their leaders, so long as the leaders were
faithful to the trust reposed in them.
Some of the Polish and Llthunian clergy
men are said to be opposed to the strike
or were opposed to it before it was
ordered, on the ground that the people
Intrusted : to their spiritual care were
not prepared to stand a long siege of
idleness. . -
Secretary Mullahy, of the Stationary
Firemen's Union, reported today that
the poll of the men employed at the
various collerles has just been completed
and that over 90 per cent, of the men
will quit work on June 2nd, unless the
8-hour day Is granted them. Another
of&cer of the union admits that the per
centage of engineers who will quit work
will not be as large, but very nearly so.
What percentage of the pump men will
come out is not as yet known. If
the local operators are to be believed,
it will be small and there will be no
trouble In filling all vacancies that may
OCCUr. -.. -. .' -
Hay 26.T-Fariners generally are in
good heart, for we have the best pros
pects for a corn crop we have had for
some time. . , .
tobacco on some farms Is nice indeed.
Messrs. Joe Ellis, J E Taylor, white,
John Barry and Kdd ciinmings, colored
have all got an average crop with any
we have seen except Chaa.'Cullum, his is
knee high. j ' i
Cotton has come up all O. K. since tho
rains Commenced and , Is doing very
W J Taylor has a floe tobacco crop
near this place.
Borne farmers have just set out their
tobacco and have bad stands by - waiting
for rain and setting and watering.
Some sickness around now, but not of
a serious nature and we hope all will be
out again soon. ;;
Mr Everette Edwards of the Bradham
place above Rlchlands, has the finest
corn crop we have seen this year, al
though corn generally it larger than
usual for the time of the year, t
The merchants are getting to bs very
alack about furnishing the farmers sup
plies, we also notice they want to bounce
them. : This ought not to be,' for when
the farmer has to quit his crop for the
want of supplies, the landlord gains a
bad name and me merchant, a worse
one. : ' ''"-'-.:.:.,) -
Mr Royal, the M. E. minister, filled his
regular appointment last Sunday and we
hear he gave the Mormri s some severe
raps in regard to tlie lr;L 5 on of hum's,
jjlr (r If
CUTICDKA SOAP, to cleanse the stia
tf crasts and scales and soften the thick
ned cuticle, CUTICURA OIHTMSIfT,
to instantly allay itching, inflamma
tion, and irritation, add soothe and heal,
and CUTICURA RESOLTXKT PILLS,
tocoolandcleansetheblood. A SINGLE
SET of these great skin curatives is
often sufficient to cure the most tortur
ing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleed
ing, crusted, scaly, and pimply skin,
scalp, and blood humours, with loss of
hair, when all else falls.
Millions of People
TJsa CunemtA Soap, assisted by Conceal.
Ointment, for preserving, purifying, and
beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp
of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stop,
ping of falling hair, for softening, whitening,
and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for
baby rashes, itching, and ohaflngs, and for
aU the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nurs.
ery. Millions of Women use CtrncuaaSoAF
In the form of baths for annoying irritations.
Inflammations, and excoriations, or too free
or offensive perspiration, In the form of
washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for
many sanative, antiseptic purposes which
readily suggest themselves to women.
CcnouBA Kraotvrar Fills (Chocolate
Coated) are a new, tasteless, odorless, eco
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Cutiodha Rbsoltsnt, as well as for all other
blood purifiers and bumonr cures. In screw
cap vials, containing 60 doses, price 25o. .
Sold throughout the world. Soap, ISe., Oummrr,
Dc .PiluJUO. BritUh D.pott 27-28, ChrtrhouM
London. Frcneh Depot, S Hue delft Piix.rvu. Pot
tu Daw a Caw. Cow, Solo fwpv. Bottoa, 0. 8. A.
COL JASPER STONE'S DEATH.
A Landmark of His Section Passes Away
At Ripe Old Age.
Charlotte, N. O., May 24. Col. Jasper
Stowe, age 82, has died near Belmont, at
the borne of his brother, Col. William A.
Stowe. His father was Larkin Stowe, a
prominent citizen of Gaston county. He
was and uncompromising Democrat and
has represented his county In the State
Senate and House of Representatives. He
operated a cotton factory before the war
and has always been big hearted and lib
eral. In his time he took part In many
Important measures and In later years
he has held the esteem of all who knew
him. He was a good man, just, generous
and a true son of the South.
Tho following quotations were receiv
ed by J. E. Latharn & Co, New Bern
N. O. . . ,',
' Nbw Tobk, May 26.
Cotton; Open. High. Low. Close
July........:. 8.98 8,08 8.02 8.92
Aug.......... 8.67 8.67 8.03 8.63
Sep......... .. 8.03 8.09 8.05 8.07
Oct........... 7.92 7.92 7.91 7.91
Chicago, May 20.
High. Low. Close
73f 73t 73
High. Low. Close
63t 62 63
, 78i :
952 J 952,
- . New York, May 26.
Open. High. Low. Close
Sugar.;......... 128i 129 128t
87 . 364
U. S. L..I
Va. C. 0..
A. C. O.i.
40 , 40
Am Ice. ;
. . Liverpool ,
: Spots 5.. Sales 8,000 bales. '
Futures, May-June 4.59. Aog-Sept.
4.51. Scpt-Oct 4.34. .";-.."; ..
POBT " RBOBIFTS. :
; . 65,000 ,
82,000 ' .
Sat. 2000 -
Hon, 2500 '-
Wed. , t
Thurs. , .
' TAKE NOTICE!
' Members of the Knights of Honor,
Royal Arcanum and Good Fellows; will
call on K. R. Jones and pay their assess
merits before the last day ot this month;
and he will receipt for the same.
W. P. KOUNTREE,
- C-r-;-r ftf -')('
Smow Drift, ;
Portsmouth Corned Mullets. .
Fresh Straw berriee from Whitehnrst's farm every morning.
Fresh Fox River Print and Elgin Butter receive every
week and served from one of the finest refrigerators in the city.
ompleto stock ofjstaple and Fancy Groceries at RIGHT
PRlCEi , t
The Store that Saves If on Money, ';
The American Stock Coi,
will take pleasure in showing
of every description, Shoes, Hats andevery article of
4- usually found in a first-class dry goods store. We have a bean
it tiful line of Straw Hats which are very cheap, also felts and
5p derbies. The very latest styles' In Low Quarter Shoes at prices
4- that defy competition. Beautiful fancies in Ladies . 4s
r in fact we have everything for the summer girl3. we carry a a
full line of heavier goods to supply the working people, and we
sell them too. The prices is what sells goods, and we claim
we can save you money. Come let us convince you. .
iytanVtViitinaiatns vSftSiantf iSls
If you want yourbreakfast table complete buy your But
ter Coffee, Tea, Flour, Ac from us. ,r, t
We also have a large stock of all kinds of Canned Goods
that we do not care to carry over for next season, that we" are
are selling at a bargain. "-, ' . , .! , ' I ,f
Don't buy anything in our line until yorf get our prices.
Tours to Please, r i . s
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 1 .
PHONE 69. Cor. Broad & Hancock Bts.
used .every day in every home.
We sell lots of it and it's al
ways fresh and clean.' , ,
Really pleasing for use in
large or small quantities, -
Fruit Season. ,
' We want to furnish all the
sugar you need and it will he
to your interest to call Our other
J. J. TOLSON, Jr.,
Broad St. Grocer
V '-.Wire Screens, Door and Window Screens, Lawn Mowers, Ice Creara
Freezers, Ice Shavers. " ' . 1 . v; . ..
. A full line of Hardware, Taints, Oils, Varnish, Enamels in Co!.!,
Silver and; Alluroinum. , . . . . i -, t
, A new lot Ball Bearing Castors, improved.
Our goods as represented, PRICES THE tOWEST. .
Give us yonr orders. "
: rrc:;2 vl . ....; a .
71 Bread Nt.
their IMMENSE STOCK.
HOWARD, Proprietor, , , 3.
59-61 Middle Street.
35c per Pound
staples are ot equal excellence.
, V PAons f37,U