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YOLUMI XIY. -
HIW BUS, CRAYI3 COUHTT, N. C.,. FRIDAY, MAT 30, 1902 SECOND SECTION.
removes from the soil
large quantities of ' .
The fertilizer ap
plied, most furnish
enough Potash, or the
land will lose its pro
ducing power," .
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
J "am St., New York. ,
A. fc M. COLLEGE.
Commencement Exercises. Feurteen
: Graduates. Ex-Senator Ransom '
Special to Journal.
Raliiob, Hay 23. Today the com
mencement exercises of the Agricultu
ral and Mechanical College wore held In
the Academy of Itoaic. v ? r,V
There'were fourteen graduate!. J. L,
Parker won first honor, R B. fiaowden
second honor. ,The ''Star" cadets were
Snowden, Cockran and. Baseman.
,. Bx-8onator Matt Ransom
the diplomas and made a ringing speech
In which he said the United States led
' all other countries, and that' 'this was
due to the intense love of the country,
unmatched anywhere else; he said Eng
i . land ranked second among the nations
and In love of country.
The Ex-Senator was given an ovation
by the aodlenc ? .-.Yrfc'j c vUci "
May. Misses Jessie Taylor and Lula
Ipock spent (Saturday night at Vance
horo. ,. ... ,- . . -.
- Ctpt.'J. E.; Sellers of New Bern was
here a short time Sunday. - v
Quite a number of pur people went to
Klnston Saturday 'night and Sunday to
hear the lecture and sermon of the great
evangelist Sam Jones. , ' ?
' Mr. Walter Glover spent Sunday with
Mr. KennethlDoagherty. i
; Mrs. Lane of ,9:Tarboro la visiting her
son Mr. C. D. Lsne here.
- Mrs. C. E. Bines returned Sunday
from Rocky Mount and Spring Hope
where she has has been on a visit for a
week. .v , - . f
Mr. Ernest Glover spent some time at
Mr. L. F, Taylor's last week. v
' Messrs Joe Roberson and Frank White
visited at Mr. Frank Wetherlngton's
Owing to the dry weather the beans
1u this section are 'not as good as lsst
years crop but It Is hoped that the pota-
toe crop will be unusually good with
avorauio circumstances, -. -
J. S. Robertson Esd. went' to New
Bern on business 8afurday, jf
." " r Hjcnon,
Boers Holding .Oat .
Lonoot, May 27. The British Cabi
net was In session two hours today dis
.cutntng the communications received
- from Pretoria, alnce (he meeting of the
" Minister UsVftiday.V ' KJ.
, It Is understood that the Inner com
mittee' of the 'Cabinet' cabled the result
of the deliberations- to Pretoria. The
Boer delegates at the Transvaal capital
will probably return to Yereenlglng and
', report to the burghers, who are still as
, semblod thjre, !rit m '":ff t
AbtQidljs to the views of the official
- here there Is nothing to jwarrant the
pessimistic opinions' expressed In many
quarters regarding the ultimate outcome
of the discussions at Pretoria and Ye
reenlglng. The Government, It is el
- leged, continues to be satisfied that the
" negotiations will result In a peaceful set-
tlement, but does not dare announce this
, VleW.--,':-";:- .."'P.. vv; 1 ';;v
' A. J. Balfour, the Government leader,
made no statement In the House of Com
moos today regarding the negotiations,
.but be announced a postponmeot of the
. budget :dl8cn8lonflxod for this week,
remarking that It would be Inconvenient
to debate the bndget "while there were
other things in the balance." He subse-
quently explained that it would be lm
' possible In discussing the bndget to pre-
; 1 1 ent referencea to the peace negotla
' ' Barges Emma and Bessie, Csptala
" Balckner, and the Edwards left this port
.with losds of lumber yesterdsy morning
In tow of tog Curtln'. ; They were bound
- Schooner Bertie, Capt. Morris, sailed
last night for Csrteret with load of
Steamer Blanche, Capt. Smith, which
but bf-pi ravin's extensive rppMrs made
n t",a i. .... i .!, n Je a very stls-
f .--..j tr' It ';'." ' y a'tornooa.
Charlotte Team's rTlenUg Streak.
Matter ef Cattle qaarantlne
. For State. Report ef
' -.Art Exhibit St.
r Xarj's Col
lege. ' .
Raleigh, May 28. A number of Re
publicans, from various parts of the
State, are here. They say they expect
that W. P. Bynum, Jr., or Jndga Tim-
Derlske will be their party's nominee for
chief Justice. Some of the Republicans
are urging ex-attorney general Z. V.
Walser to run for Congress, bnt he ap
pears to be very coy. -
The game of baseball won from Ral
eigh yesterday by Charlotte Is the thir
teenth In succession won by the letter
The board of agriculture shows very
plainly that It will manage the affairs of
the Agricultural and Mechanical College
and not share any of its duties and re
sponsibilities with the board of visitors.
The law la mandatory and very strictly
Among today's arrivals were J. A.
Long, Roxboro; J. R. GaskllL Tar
boro! :'" ; ' - - '-
The State Veternarlan is now hard at
work on the cattle quarantine matter.
In the old territory he finds much inter
est, but In the new territory the cattle
owners know little and care less. They
have not yet awakened to the situation
June 14 there will ' be a meeting at
Wilkesboro to organize a county asso
The report by President G T. Winston
on the college shows 869 students en
rolled, representing six Ststes and 82
counties in this State. Wake county
has 87, Mecklenburg IS, Wayne 13. Of
the students 179 are sons of farmers.
At St. Mary's Female College today
the trustees met and the are exhibit was
on view. '"j:-":'.''r'' ' .;J"
Cost AbODt $20,000,000.
Washington, May 27 In response to a
resolution of inquiry the Secretary of
the Navy. today forwarded to the Senate
-a statement by the Paymaster-General of
the Navy showing the expenditures of
the Government on account of the naval
operations k the Philippines from May
1, 1808, to date. v.
The 'statement places'the '. amount, in
round numbers, at 130,000,000. ( The ex
penditures to November, 1899, were $0,-
515,034; for 1900,, $3,512,000 and for 1901,
16,835,000. The remainder of. the $20,-
000 is estimated for 1902,tbe exact figures
for the present year being unavailable. ,
Walter Neal Nominated.; , .
Special to the Journal.
Rockingham, N. C. May 28. Walter
Neal was nominated today for Superior
Court Judge, by the Democrats of this
'' . ZORAH.
May 27. The weather has been very
dry for more than a month. We had
light f rain today, but not nearly
A great many have not chopped cotton
yet, for want or a stand.
Corn Is looking well notwithstanding
the drought. '
Several of our citizens were In your
city last Saturday.
Messrs. D. O'Neal, C. R. Whltford,and
Paul O'Neal of Klnston were at Zorah
8unday. t ,
Elder Thos. Motzlngo, of Stonewall,
began at Bethel a seiles of meetings for
Rev. Mr. Jenkins, M. E., of the Pamlico
circuit, on lsst Saturday night. Mr. Jen
kins took charge Sunday night, but we
do not know how long he will con
tinue, , ;..? fff:. V;- J
Mrs. L K. , Wetherington and ; her
daughter, Mrs. N. H. Whitford of Clay
Root, Pitt county, were at Zorah Satur
day night. ) ?
Elder R. L. Daugherty had made an
appointment to preach at Friendship
next Sunday at 8 p. m., but has called It
in on account of its being ' in conflict
with Rev. J. S. Taylor's1 regular preach
ing. .:. v-." .''' ni . V-.r il :
Next Monday is the time for the elec
tion of the County Commissioners, Now
the Magistrates being the represents
tives of the people, ought to be instruct
ed as to whom they want. If the people
would meet with them and name'the
men of their choice, we believe there
would be no trouble in getting, them
. Msy 29. The school of Miss -Dallas
Dlnktns closed Friday night the 16th
with an excellent entertainment. It con
slsted of muBlc, recitations and dialogues
which were well rendered. ; The stage
Was beautifully decorated . with roses.
ferns and evergreens, Miss DInkins took
much care in training the children, we
think special honor Is dus to both the
teacher and children, at there was not a
mlstate in the whole programme.
Our teacher Miss DInkins returned to
her home at Yanoeboro, Wednesdsy the
21st. We regretted very much to see
her lesve. as she Is an excellent teacher.
u , 1 j.s won tiie love of L...Ii s 1 and
c- Wefu'V r-""i t': t she
t ( to ( r i
Republican Nominees For
Epworth League Elects OfUcers. School
" Commencement. Personals. v
May 28. Misses Gladys, Helen and
Ruth Chapman are the guests ofJ. A
Smith... v .
,MIas Julia Hammond, who has been
on an extended visit in Georgia returned
home a few days ago. -
Quite a number of our people went to
Klnston Saturday to hear the great Rev.
Sam Jones lecture. . . 7, '
The Trenton correspondent received
an Invitation to attend the commence
ment of Trinity College. . . '
Miss Mamie Henderson, of Belgrade,
Onslow, county, who has been attend
ing school at thla place went home Fri
day on account of slekatMs. ,
Dr. J. A. McDsnlelfcOt Fsyetterllle, N
C. has located here, and- will practice
with Dr. H. R. Parker; Trust they'll suc
ceed in their undertakings. .
Mr. T. C Whllaker, private Secretary
to Congressman Charles R. Thomas, re
turned from Washington a few days
ago. - . -v.-.
The commencement exercises of Tren
ton High School will be Thursday even
ing and Friday morning, May 29th and
80th. Hon. Tbos. D. ..Warren will not
deliver the address as was announced
before on account of a carbuncle on his
neck, but Rev, W. G. Johnson, of Klns
ton, will. ..
Mr. W. M. Coble and family, who
moved to Durham some time ago to do
better is going to return to the old home
stead. He finds he cannot do as well
there as he can here. Be it ever so
humble there's no place like home.
The Epworth League elected new offi
cers last Sunday night. Mr. A. C. Burt
was elected President; Miss 'Birdie
Koonce, first vice-president; Mrs. Indi
ana Wlndley, second vice-president;
Miss Estelle Murray, third vice-president;
Miss Julis Jarman, Becretary and
Mr. O. C. Perry, Treasurer. Prof. Eller
bee gave us a nice talk on bis retirement
from presidency. We regret very much
on losing Prof. Ellerbe, tho' we know
Mr. Burt will do just ss well.
Clarence, the infant son, of Rev. and
Mrs. D. C. Geddle, died Sunday morn
ing May 25th, and was buried Monday
morning the 20th. Rev. Mr. Bumpas,
of New Bern, conducted the services,
How lonely It is since the little blooming
slower was plucked from this earth by
angles, and waftad to that bright celes
tial shore where sorrows are no more,
yet we know the Lord doeth' all things
well. May the Lord who never makes a
mistake bind up broken hearts, and may
the comforting Spirit . be with the be
reaved ones until they meet where part
ing is unknown.
May 80. Mr. V. A. Rountree is in our
Miss Dallas DInkens who has been
teaching at Olympla for the past six
months returned to her home lest Wed.
aesday to spend her vacation.' , '
Miss Dallas DInkens of Yanceboro
and Miss Mattle Wlndley of Bath spent
Monday in New "Bern
Mr. Cleve Williams and MissLillle
Smith attended the Commencement at
Ayden, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day and report a fine time.
Mr. Tom Davis passed through our
Mr. Oscar Gatlln left Sunday for La
grange to attend the closing exercises
of the Debaum and Klnsey school.
Quite a number of our people attended
church at Butler Sunday,
Miss Lizzie Lancaster spent Saturday
and Sunday in Yanceboro
The steamer Carolina took an excur
sion : party Baturday to Rocky Point,
which was a very enjoyable affair,
Mr. Mills,' a lumber man from New
Bern is in town for a few days.
The tobacco - farmers fof onr sectllon
seem very blue over the.cold weather.
If madam rumor be correct,1 wed
ding bells will ring In the near future.
Miss Helen Smith spent a few days at
Butlers last week. '. i "
Hcpuffle's Turpentine t Mutton Suet
Lung Plaster is a? certain cure for whoop
ing cough, easy and comfortable, works
while you sleep. 25 cents at F. 8. Duf-
Soft Coal $5 a Ton. :
i i '
New York, May 28. Another advance
of 60 cents a ton wss made In the price
of soft coal by the retail dealers through
out the city today, making the price $5.
This is an aavance oi about fi.oo per
ton since the anthracite coal strike was
begun, i ; ' .' ,::
There waa no change in the price , of
anthracite, the figure ($7.50) fixed by the
circular Issued on Mondsy still p rey ail
; v-'i "
f ; Negroes Want $500,000,000.
Chattanooga, May 18 A petition to
the president and congress of the United
States, asking the appropriation of five
hundred million dollars' to assist negroes
to leave ithe United States has been pre
pared by the International Emigration
and Commercial association, an organi
zation of negroes in session here.
The petition recites a long train of
abuses, which it was claimed the negroes
are subjected to.
It Is claimed that in many of the states
the negro Is denied all social and polltl
tlcal recognition and his constitutional
rights are constantly violated. The lesd-
j, nr-.Ms la t!s8 convention are r'ohop
--, rf 0'"r; 'n, bihI ex-''.' ' ! r to
PopaUst Will Vote Republicans Not
, Fuse. .
fforlh Carolina Exhibit at Charles-
tea Most Meritorious. Metho
dist Orphanage Fend.
Medical School For
Wake Forest ' r
Ralugh, May 29. The trustees of the
Agricultural and Mechanical college (the
board of agriculture) met there today
and devoted the session to the college
affairs.' By the opening the next
term the new dormitory sad auditorium
will be completed and perhaps the power
plant will be installed In the new textile
building, so as to mske the letter avail
able. The board of agriculture after having
examined all the State exhibits at the
Charleston exposition finds that the
North Carolina exhibit is the most meri
torious and valuable. All the North
Carolinians who vUited the exposition
are of the same opinion.
The trustees of the Methodist orphan-
ange have about $22,000 in bond for the
building fund. Next week they will
award the contract. ' -
The fund for the statue of Sir Walter
Raleigh to be placed In one of the parks
here is now $100, largely raised by pen
Ex-Congressman John E. Fowler,
Populist-Republican, of Clinton, who Is
here, says the Republicans and Populists
will not fuse or join forces this year but
that most of the Populists will go over
to the Republicans. He says that the
Populists are stronger in Sampson
county than ever before, but that gen
erally they and the Republican are dis
Among today's arrivals were Robert
Hancock, New Bern; W. E. Murchlson,
Jonesboro; Gordon Williams, Wilson; R
G. Grady, Wilmington; J. J. Gilbert,
Klnston; Z- F. Long, Rockingham; John
O. Wadsfforlh, Concord,
Wake Forest College decides to estab
lish . a medical school. The alumni
have arranged to build a memorial
Inspector General Bain has mustered
In the "Gate City Guards" of Greens
boro as Oo. L., 3d Rgt.
It is positively settled that the State
Firemen's Association will hold Its an
nual meeting here. The date is not yet
fixed, but probably will be In Aug
Pumlce-LIke Flotsam In Carolina.
Charleston, S. C, May 28 Consider
able quantities of pumice-llke material,
believed to be from the volcanoes In the
West Indies, are drifting on the shores
of Islands in this vicinity. Fishermen
have also brought In pieces of it from
theses. It is dark In color and brittle,
with varied streaks, light In weight and
floats on the water. .The Gulf Stream Is
supposed to have brought it to this re
gion. Baptists Expel Arkansas Governor.
Little Rock. Ark., May 28. After a
lengthy discussion - In the Second Bap
tist church tonight,, the congregation
voted to withdraw .fellowship from
Governor Jefferson Davis upon charges
of unbecoming conduct filed some time
ago. Governor Davis was not present
tonight and Is out of the city.
The "McKiniey Postal Curds."
Washington, May 28. It is expected
the "McKInley" postal cards will be In
the hands of postmasters throughout the
country about July 1. The PoBtofflce De
partment has recIeveeV the proofs of the
new cards. The original showed a front
view of the late President's face, but
this was not satisfactory. A new plate
has been made showing the profile
Prescriptions at Davis. , 1
Davis Prescription Pharmacy makes
a specialty of prescriptions. ; Prompt
and careful attention is given them.
Only the best drugs are used. The
prices are reasonable. Send yours there
to be filled. . y:r x
Scattered Dust Fifty MllesJ
St. Johms. Anmoua.- May 28. The
British steamer Fontabelle, from New
York for West Indian ports, has ar
rived here, having passed St. Pierre yes
terday afternoon, when vast columns ot
smoke and flashes from Mount Pelee
were visible 40 miles away. Dust fell on
the steamer when 50 miles from the Is
' ' New Explosion of Pelee. '
Fort de France, Martinique, May 28.
Developments In the conditions ofMount
Pelee, it is feared, indicate eruptions to
come greater than any which have yet
occurred. The volcano was again active
today, an explosion which took place in
the morning driving even the American
scientists on board the cruiser Clncln
natl ' ; . " ; .
tor Iaiuiia ani CLilircn.
R3. BARBARA MoDONALD, Presi
dent of the St. Louis Blue Ribbon
dub, writes the following letter
oonoerning Peruna from 2047 Dayton
street, St. Louis, Mo.: i
"It Is with feelings of gratitude, for
benefits derived from the use of Peruna
that 1 desire to proclaim to human-kind
my experience, hoping that it will bene
fit some unfortunate sufferer like myself.
Suffering for years with, what ap
peared to be an incurable malady,' and
after a great expense Incurred consult
ing physicians without any benefit,
was recommended to try Peruna. As a
last expedient I purchased a bottle, and
before one-half of the contents were used
1 felt the beneficial results. I am con
tinuing to use same, and might say I
am entirely well. My disease seemed to
be catarrh of the stomach, and the
nauseating sensation, and the heavy,
languid, tired-out feelings with which I
suffered, especially after eating, have
entirely left me, and my digestive or
sans are in splendid condition, all of
which I owe to the use of Peruna."
MRS. BARBARA MoDONALD.
Miss Julia V. Teller, of 2518 Prairie
street, Milwaukee, Wis., is President of
the German Young Woman's union,
Her opinion ol Peruna is given in the
" Our German Young Woman's Union
has nothing but praise for Peruna.
Three of our members have been most
wonderfully helped. One of them had
i The lassitude incident to spring weather is especially trying to women. Aliments peculiar to tne sex
ot many varieties are especially prone to aggravation. All this class ot affections are fitly described
by the term "pelvic catarrh." v ''. V
Any woman wishing to be placed on the list ot Dr. Hartman's patients tor tree home treatment and
advice should immediately send name and symptoms, duration ot disease and treatment already tried.
Directions tor the first month's treatment will be promptly mailed free ot charge. No tree medicine
will be supplied by the doctor, but ail necessary directions will be furnished.
k Read what the above ladles have to say of Peruna as a cure for these cases.
I - you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use
Hartman, giving a full statement of
Address Dr. Hartman, President
The following quotations were recelv
ed by J. E. Latham & Co, New Bern
Nnw York, May 29.
Cotton; Open, High. Low.: Close
July. 8.99 9.00 8.98 : 8.98
Aug.......... 8.74 8.78 8.0C 8.66
Sep........ ; 8.17 8.21 8.17 ; 8.17
Oct....'..'... 8.02 8.08 8.01 ,8,08
Chicago, May 29.
High. Low. Close
72 72 ' ! 721
High. Low. pioBe
.63 62 02
High. Low. Close
907J 962T' ,965
' New York, May 89.
Open. High. Low. Close
U. a L
Mo. P....:... J.
va. c. a...
A. C. O,. .......
, ' Liverpool
Spots 5.3-32. Sales 8,000 bales.
4.54. Sept-Oct 4.87.
Advices to J. E. Latham & Co., yester-
Hew Yorr, Hay zv.
Latham-Alexander circular makes de
crease of acreage 2.80-100 per cent, out
side business light.
Can't see anything in " the -market to
day except general liquidating 'busi
Liverpool again buying here. '
. R. Moobb & Oo,
' ' PORT
82,000 ' "".
's Same week
. last year.
Sat. 2000 '
Mon. 2500 -
Thurs. 8&00 , .
Thousands suffer and hundreds die
every year In this country from sorm-
form of Bowel Complaint. The bcs'i
r ' f for these i'm nm In ohlldrr
' 48,0 .C
I I " . . 1! II .1 I. . n
almost eonstant backache for the last
year. The other two suffered from ca
tarrh of the head and throat.
" I have used it after a most unpleasant
experience with an attack of la grippe,
and found that three bottles completely
restorod me to health." Julia V. Teller.
Mary -Hardy, of 68 W.
street, Chicago, 111., writes: - ' . ')
"I find It necessary ech spring to
take some kind of m tank mnd bmve
tried a gnat many but bare found
none of such value as Peraua.
' After taking a tew doses I feel the
good effects and seldom need to take
more than one bottle as a spring medi
cine. "Mn. Mary Hardy. ' , ' '
Mrs. Catherine R. Bertos, 80S N. Elm
street, Ceatralie, VL, vrlteet UA
" I have found Peruna tne most satis
fying medicine I aver tried in my life,
I suffered fox years with catarrh of the
your case and he will be pleased to
ot Jhe Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. - - ,'.
Extra Standard 3 lb Tomatoes, 10c per can, (retail only); J
Pore Gold Corn, 10c can, or 3 cans for 25c; String Beans, 7o
can, 3 cans for 20c; Okra and Tomatoes 10c per can, Corn and J
.Tomatoes, lOo per can, Bartlett Fears 10c per 3 lb. can, Lima J
, Beans, 10c per can- , " -f... B
' Fancy Evaporated Apples, 10c lb. ' f , J
- Nice Fruit Jelly, 5o lb. , " - t
Nice Fresh Ginger Bnapg, 5c lb. f ;,'':. - X
! Nice Toilet Soap, 2 cakes f or 6c. ' i -. ? 5
' nam and Veal Soap lOo can. . Potted Chicken lOo can; I
Libby's Potted Ham and Tongue 5c can, 6 for 25c; and hun-v -
dreds of other articles whion we cannot mention for lack of
space, at Bargain Prices; ' 2
j. l mm
'Phone 91. :
- i' - i. : A,. ;
'If you want yoaf4breaifast table compLsla buy your Cut
ter Coffee, Tea, Flour, &o.'irom tjjs; ' ; v ' ; : "
-.f-. u.We also have it large stock' of all iinda cf Canned Coc3
'n that we do not care to carry
are selling at a bargain.
, Don't buy trylLirj ti
Polk lrf7Zls Kt
stomach, which became aggravated
every time I eaught a slight cold. My
food did not digest properly, and life lost
its best charm until I tried Peruna. It
made a new woman of me. It took eight
bottles to effect a complete cure, but I
would not be back in the former condi
tion for a thousand dollars. I am most
grateful for being cured completely and
feel better than I have done for years."
Catherine R, Bertos.
of Peruna, write at once to Dt
give you his valuable advice gratis.
71 Ercc;! EL
over for text season, that 'we' fcra
"cr.r Una until you fjet our pricca.