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VOLUME XXY. V f'
IIW BIRX, CklTII COUITY, V. C, TUESDAY, JULT 1, 1902. FIRST SECTION.
u u .1 -.iKUMBKR 20
removes from the soil
large quantities of
-t Tb Jertiliact ap
plied, must furnish
enough Potash, or the
land wilf lose its pro
S4d wMf w Book '
CEKUAN XAL WORKS,
- ca Kim St, Ktv Yt.
TELEGRAPHIC. BREVETTES. :;
The iom of 143,000 hM twen appropri
ated by Congrew to pay the lata Presi
dent McKlaley's doctors.
Kate Toppln, a professional nurse, on
trial at Barnstable, Mass., for poisoning
three persons, confessed that she had
caused the death of SI persons by giving
poison In medicine and food. She was
declared Insane and sentenced to the
Insane asylnn for life, k ..i?
, b,i(,i&i g i I v k
The Bell Telephone Co. has . been re
fused a franchise In the town ef Hender
son. ' Tbe carpentet s of Norfolk have struck
and all building enterprises of tbe city
bave been "held up" on tbst account.
A remarkable cold wave prevailed
throughout the country tbe first of the
week. Suow fell in several localities.
The 1 enn., Democratic State Conven
tion nominated ei-Gov. Robert Pattlson
for governor. Be baa been elected gover
nor twice. t : ; v- . ;
, Gov. A. T. Bliss was renominated on
the Republican ticket at the Btate Con
vention tn Michigan. .
Tbe Governor of Maryland has' issued
i an order making JqlyB, a holiday this
year, - ' r '
President Roosevelt and family have
gone to Oyster Bay, N. Y., for the sum
mer vacation. " ?, ' ,.
Industrial North Carolina.
' J, Q. Oautt & Sons expect to erect a
cotton mill at Burlington. ' - '
Tbe Proximity Mannfacturlng Co.
will own and operate a 60,000 spindle
and.3,000 loom mill at Greensboro. De
' alms will be the principal article manu
factured. The plant is to cost $1,250,-
Mi Un ?r
, The Monbo Cotton Mill has Increased
; its capital from $50,000 to $60,000 and
' will make additions to Its equipment.
?! ' '4 i $P ' : V 1 t
S-V J '? ;; - f I ;': ... f k S
Brick and Tile works bave been es
tablished at Teacbup, capital $10,000.
Tbe Aberdeen and Rockflah railway Is
, being rapidly constructed to Tayetlevllle
John Blue Is tbe principal owner. $ '
The James River Railway Co hu been
organized at Norfolk, Vs. Congressman
. II. L. Maynard Is president. -.
Tbe i Washington ft Portsmouth ' Ry.
has not been purchased be the Pennsyl
vania Ry. Co. ... t
BRAIN-FOOD NONSENSE- ;
Another ' ridiculous food hu been
branded by the most' eompetent authori
ties. They have dispelled the silly notion
' that one kind of food Is needed for brain
another for muscles, and still another for
bones. A correct diet will not only nour
lab a particular part of the body, but It
will sustain every other part.- Yet bow
- ever good your food; may be, its nutri
ment is destroyed by Indigestion or dys
pcplsr Yon must prepare for their ap
pearance or prevent their coining by
Inking regular dotes of Green's Angnst
Flower, the favorite medicine of the
heathy millions. A lew- doses? aid dl
gfHllun, stlmiiUies the liver to health
action, purlfles the blood, and makes yon
foci l-noyant and vigorous. You can get
thin reliable remedy at F. 8, Duffy- Get
Green's Special Almanse i
Cotton Blossoms." -
The drat cotton blossoms received this
year by tbe Journal, were from the farm
of Mr. W. J. Arnold, at Perfection, and
were plucked tbe ISth of June. Mr.
Arnold ray that he hat fifteen acres
now in bloom. lie is cultivating thirty
lire acres In cotton and says it Is very
promising. - 'V
,1 ' ' ;" r.
. Tor Iz'.rti asi Cli!i::x .
GrC Lodre f Mastis to Build
laUraa XetreaeaUUves MeeUag.
Heavy WUI tad Bain. TIaea
and Trees Blewn Bewa.
'- Mere Edaeatleaal Bai
lies. Arranvlng far
. SUU Pair.
Raxnea!, Jane M. Today represenU
Uvea of the minor lines of railway tn the
State met here, at the Park hotdLto boa
aider the matter of adopting' tbe new
system of paying for the use of ean oa
the per diem Instead of the milage bases,
The Grand Lodge of Masons Is now tt
work la earnest and la the right way, to
have a temple. Ia 1807 tbe Grand Lodge
decided to bave a temple and appointed
a committee to erect It, but gave the
committee no power. The Grand Lodge
has not limited Itself to the amount of
stock It will take In the temple. There
will he 960,000 of 1st mortgage S per
cent bonds and a like amount of Sad
mortgage bonds. Of course the 1st mort
gage bonds eaabe told anywhere, In
New York,' for Instance. Charlotte of
fers to take them, and also offers to take
$10,000 of tbe Jnd mortgage bonds. As
yet neither Greensboro nor Raleigh hu
made any proposition.
There was more rain last night, ac
companied by aa electric and wind
storm. Borne telegraph and telephone
wires were blown down, and damage
was done to a few trees.
Stale superintendent of public Instruc
tion Joy ner returned today from Wil
son, where he spoke yesterday at a very
large educational meeting. Be says that
among those present were 100 school
committeemen. , . ! -s
Gov. Aycock returned this morning
from Harmony, Iredell county, where
he spoke on education. He will not
make any speeches during July, but
will remain here. In August he will
make a abort tour tn the mountain sec
. Arrangements for the next Btate
Fair, In October, are thus early very ac
tive. , There will be new features. Many
Improvements of buildings are being
made. This Is the greateat fair south of
Hagerstowa, Md , and haa become noted
far and near.
Several cannons and mortars, to be
placed In the grounds of tbe capital and
soldiers' home will soon arrive i here;
also a number of large shells.
,,- Acts Immediately.
Colds are sometimes more troubletome'
In summer than In winter, It's so hard
to keep from adding to them while cool
ing off after exercise. One Minute Cough
Cure cures at once. Absolutely ufe.
Acts immediately. Sure cure for coughs,
colds, croup, throat and lung troubles.
F S Duffy. j ix ( .je,
. ' TiraaaaaaasaaWaari " f"
. Wake Endorses Clark. ; ;
Special to Journal. : - I & .T.V''
RaLuoRf June 18. Tbe Democratic
convention today unanimously endorsed
Walter Clark for Chief Justice, Bedding
held Jor Corporation Commissioner and
divided the vote between Brown and
Connor for Associate Justice.
Neck and Neck, v- ;-
Interest In the speaking trumpet eon-
test Is dally crowlnc exciting. Both
aides have staunch friends and they have
shown and will show their loyalty la a
splendid manner. The votes u counted
Friday night stand: Atlantic 870, Button
80C Making a total of Atlantic 713;
Button 713. . ' V
. TRUITTS. t
Mr. B A Stapleford of Truitta,1 and
Mlu Viola Dunn'of Olympla wero mar
ried Sunday by Mr G. A. Guklns at his
home. .'' '" ' " '. ' ')..;;-
Mr, Stapleford is one of our highly re
spected young man and nu wisely cn oft
en one of Olmypla'e handsomest young
ladles for his companion - through life.
May their Uvea he filled with sunshine
and their path way be strewn with
flowers. . - ' - " ' k . '
. NEW BERN PRODUCE MARKET
' WHOLESALE PUCKS COBKBNT. V'
Bras, per doi.:. ..18o
Chickens, old per pair. .50 60
" young, per pr......... 8B&40
Geese, per pair,... ...... ......80 to 1.00
Pork, per lb. , - 74 8
Beef, " t .'.5 4S
Hides, green, per lb 15
..."' dry,,, ............. .0 411
Beeswax, .. " 80 to 28
Sweet Potatoes, Yams, per bush. 40 to 70
" Bahamas " 45
Cora, per both... 96
Oats, " . ...... h.,.....ra..'03t
Peanutk ............................ ...85
Local Grain Karkek
Corn, per bu. . . ......... . .
Oats par bu.. ..i... fi U
Hominy, per bu........ ......... .85
Corn bran, per 100 lbs.. ......... 1.25
Whent bran, per " L40
Fv . 1C3 lU.... ' U3
r ir -i,rii., . vt u
r ! ii i")r j '
......... 1 -
A Helsble Baptism. , I listing Com
.n'i . ' pletca, . .- ,
June 28 A very notable baptism took
place near Zorah June 30. Freak Wright
a very honorable old colored man who
has been aa Invalid for . several years,
desired to he baptised and join the
church, consequently he sent for his son
A F Wright, to converse ' with him oa
tbe subject, tbe arrangements were made
and the' preacher, Simon " Moore, of
Blounts Creek, a very prominent colored
Missionary Baptist preacher, was sent
for who respoaded at once aUd came to
the old man's house,, took him In his
baggy by the assistance of A T Wright
and rode to the water and baptised him.
The age of this subject Is not definately
known, hut from his own statement he
must be atar one hundred yean of age,
he says he waa large enough to pick up
Ughtwood and go errands during the
war of 1818, and remembers the came
very distinctly. He waa a slave before
the war and came from away back out
of the Wright family. He hu ' been a
very Inoffensive hard working man all
his life as long u he wu able. In his
young days and middle age he wu
noted u a great hog bear killer. His
baptism wu attended by a large crowd,
about u many white people as colored,
after which he wu taken to the church
and Initiated and took communion. He
stood It all remarkably well, considering
his feebleness. ,
We are having nice showers and crops
never looked more promising. Corn
hilling wilt soon be at an end.',
It la getting quite sickly.' Mr A B
Tunstall Is very sick with malaria fever
and catarrh of the bowels, also Mr L L
Toler's bsby bu the malarial fever. We
hope they wlIT be better soon.
Messrs O C O'Neill, Ju. O'Neill and
Claud Wbllford are home near Zorah,
from Lenoir county, ' where they have
been timbering, the mill being shut
down for a week or two.
Tax llstine la about completed except
transcribing the list. We poor corn
buyers are looking forward for tbe time
when we won't have to pay 75 or 80
cents per bushel for corn. , S. F.
" FOURIER THE PROPHET.
Saw B SoUc Bla PM41tloBa ky
l,-xxi,.,l,,fMmm Imto Detail.
It.la aald of Fourier, tbe socialist,
that he had all the qualities ot a proph
et ercept vagueness. His era re for pre
cision spoiled his predictions for us.
Spl&lSpeaker quotes Charles Glde, the
economist, as, cleverly showing what
Fourier lost by. this:
"Thus if writing before the advent of
railways he had confined himself to
staring- that a man would IS a single
day. be able start from Marseilles,
breakfast la Lyons and dine In Paris
hbnprevlalon .would have been consid
ered most remarkable, but aince be
adds that the Journey will be accom
plished upon he back of a supple and
elastic ' porter, , who ..will be tbe 'nntl-
Mon,' yrp roar .with .laughter. "
rOr again if he.had aajd simply that
people would some da? be able to com
municate) Instantaneously with each
Kther from one end of the world to tbe
other Fourier .would have been credit
ed ;,wlth a rare; degree of Intellectual
foresight, but as he thought best to de
ceixt to the particular, 'A certain ves
sel lea vine London arrives In China to
day; tomorrow the planetMara, having
been advised of the arrivals and move
ments of ships by tbe astronomers of
Asia, .will transmit the list to the as
tronomers of London,' we again roar
With laughter and forget that be has
arrived by the fantastla machinery of
the Imagination at the same results as
the telegraph and the telephone."
1' ; 1 ;t
Hot Bar 1st at Casta.
Of the many thousands of bodies of
soldiers who are burled in Arlington
cemetery there Is but one, and that an
Officer, whose remains were not Inclos
ed la a coffin. 1 The late General M. O.
Meigs during the civil war and for
many years subsequently was quarter
master general of tbe United States
army. Some years before his death be
had erected at Arlington a large gran.
Ite tomb. '- By his direction the sculptor
trot a place In tbe center of the big
stone exactly4 the site of the former's
body.' Tbe sculptor- was 'pledged to
secrecy, nor did the general Inform any
one of the fact w f .-.
When General Meigs died, his body
.was Incased In 4 handsome casket and
conveyed to the cemetery. When, bow-
ever, an attempt was made to put the
casket In tbe sarcophagus, . it waa
found to be impossible, and the under
taker had to remove the tody from the
caaket and put it in tbe sarcophagus
with no other covering than the gener
al's on If onn. Washington Post .
We iordtalty invlte'the pubijc to at
tend a buket party, Ice cream supper
and etc to be given Wednesday night
July 5nd. 1902 at . the school bouse lb
MaysvIIle for the benefit of the Method
1st church of that -place. Ladies will
kindly bring bukets, come all who can
and exhibit your liberality In this good
cause. m-H ifvtw
Very sincerely yours, & t iv
Mrs. M.R. Sablston, Mrs. C. H. Foy,
Mrs. Nanle Redd, Mrs. D. J, Watson,
Mrs. J. M. Foecue -
Messrs. K. R. Hay, M. R. Sablston, J.
S. McCutchln, J. M. Foscuv R Mat
tocks.' r-: :-.'.-- .-w ;
.,-,., . ..;,'RessaaEt .Sale,.;-;; -
This week we will devote to the sell
ing of remnants, all kinds of remnants
that have accumulated during the last
tV-osmoB'.JiS. If you want somebr-
George H. Brawl Ahead In the Race
For Associate Justiceship.
Interesting Histerlral Belief. Base-
hall Talk. Jaae Balletla of
SUte Beard ef Health.
Report ef Cettea
Name) 6 Caa
Ralbioh, June 30. James H. Pou, of
Raleigh today received a number of
shells from the battle-field atBeatons
ville. Some of these are to be placed in
the civil war section ot the "Hsll of His
It is taid by a friend ot George H.
Brown that he is abont GO votea In the
lead of H. G. Connor In the very Inter
esting contest for the nomination for
The new series of base ball games be
gan here loday. Attendance tbla year is
hot so large u it wu In 1899-1900 and
1901, and interest has notably declined.
Lut year the high-water mark wu
reached. "Jack" Sherman, after a
month's service m umpire hu retired
and says he Is sudlclently amused. Ral
eigh's team this year, while good, Is by
no means equal to last year's. The
team now lacks hitters. Only three
home runs have been hit on this dia
mond this season, while last year Stanly
alone hit 14.
One of the questions Interesting base-
balllsts at present is whether Ashon
back, the captain of Charlotte's very
strong team, will go to Cincinnati. It
Is intimated that the league club there
wants to have . him at ltd. head, as It is
tired of being a tnil-ender.
The Juno bulletin t f the State board of
health, Issued today, is interesting. It
contains a full report of small pox In
the State. For the 12 months ended
May 1, there were 1,812 cases, of which
816 were white, 1,290 colored. There
were 48 deaths, of which 21 were white,
27 colored. The disease wu In 55 coun
ties. There were 1,945 during the pre
This does not Include Wilson county,
where between January 1, and May 1,
there were 833 cases and 6 deaths, but
the chief sanitary official there told Dr,
Richard H. Lewis, secretary of the State
board of health that there were up to
January 1, no less than 1500 more cases
and perhaps as many u 2,000 in that
county. Adding these to the 1,812 cues
reported from ' the remainder of the
State and the total for the year is
brought up to between 8,000 and 3,500
cues, the largest number ever occurring
In the State in the same length ot
The cotton receipts here this sesson to
date are only 11,739 bales, against 18,370
to the corresponding date last year.
Very little cotton now remains in this
section. V .
Tbe coroner of this county has return.
ed from Wake Forest. He held an In
Quest near there, at the home of Mrs.
Catharine White, an aged white woman
who lived alone and who was killed
early Sunday morning. The Jury ap
pears to bo unable so far to fix the crime
upon any one. 5
.The State auperlntendent of public In
structlon wu today asked to appoint
six persons to scholarships in the "Na
tional College of Law," at Nashville,
Tenn. Of these scholarships, 2 are In
the law department, Sin the shorthand
and 2 In the business. ,
UlcDufflce'S Little Blue Liver Pill makes
blue people bright, cleanses the system
ot all the deleterious and unhealthy mat
ter and makes a new person of you. . 25
cents at F. 8. Duffy's.
The Foundered Schooner ?MagIc."
: Collector of Customs, M. uahu, re
ceived the following communication
relative ' to the wreck ot the' schooner
"Magic" mentioned elsewhere in these
columns. , . .' '---'.
.;"V- Tangier, Ve-, June 27, 1902
Custom House, New Bern, NO. ' 1
Gents: The schooner "Magic" from
your port wu found by us capslaed in
the Chesapeake Bay on Tangier Spit.
' Hole filled with shingles. Tawl utern
but no sien of life. We have somo of
her papers, and they show that Oapt.
Robt. F, Gaddcs was master and owner.
We have uprlghted her and now have
her In Tangier Harbor afloat with as
much cargo as we could save. We sup
pose she capsized in storm of June 26, 8
a. m. ' ; ' - ' Yours, '
i A. M. PARKS 4 CREW,
per J. W. 8TRIGLB.
P. 8. Address reply if any to above
cave-of J. W. 8trlgto., . 1
: : Oranges 80c per dozen at McSorley.
.. na .' i ; ,'
., We are still selling meat at 12)0 per
pound, not 20c as reported. Oaka Mar-
ket. ( ,. - -. - -- t til .
Chocolates 20o per pound at McSorloy
At J. R. Parker Jr. today Fresh Sara
toga Chips, Oat Flakes Grits Postum,
Clears to pleape every body. Prince
of Inula, Cubanolft,n jnoy f; n J, Aunt
Red, Reugh, Oily Skin
MnxiOKS o Psorus trsn CtmctmA
Soap, assisted by Cuticitba Oihtmbht, for
preserving, purifying, and beautifying tbe
akin, for eleanalng tbe scaip crusts,
scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of
falling hair, for softening, whitening, and
soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for
baby rashes, Hohings, and chafln'gs, and
for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and
nursery. Jtilllons of .Women use Con
cuka Soap in tbe form of baths for annoy
ing irritations, inflammations, and excori
ations, or too tree or offensive perspiration,
In the form of washes for ulcerativeweak
nesscs, and for many sanative purposes.
CompIett'Jrtatnent for Humours, $1.
f Consisting of OtrncrBA80Ar(26o.),to cleanse
tbe akin of crusts and scales, ana sonen uio
.htokAtuul ffnttolA rnTIftllttA OrNTUKKT
I (60c)., to instantly allay ltchlne, Inflammation,
i and Irritation, and soothe and heal ; and Cuti.
CUR A KKSOlaVEIlT riLLS (Sip.J, H OOOI BDd
cleanse the blood. A Smuts SET is often
f rii-i'imiitt RwioT.vmrp Ptt.iji fChmoiata
Coatod) are a new, tasteless, odourless, eco
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Cutioura RBsoLvaHT, 60 doses, price, 25c
Sold throotjiooi ths world. BritUh Dnwlt
ChkrterhouM Loadon. French Depott A Ka d 1
Pais, Puta. Pottu Uio ad Cut. Coar., DoM
The following quotations wore receiv
ed by J. K. Latham & Co, Now Born
N.O. ... .i ..,
Chicago, June 30,
Open. High. Low. Close
73i 74 73 74J
73J 78J 73, 73
Open. High. Low. Close
70, 72, 70i 72,
Open. High. Low. Close
. 1005 1067 1002, 1068
. . 1065 1067 1067, 1067
Niw Vobe, June 30.
Open. High. Low. Close
.. 8.72 8.82 8.72 8.81
.. 8.28 8.83 8.25 8.32
. . 7.93 7.95 7.92 7.93
.. 7.78 7.80 7.78 7.79
Aug. .. . .
New York, June 80.
Open. nigh. Low. Close
.. 125 128 125 1271
..861 87, 36, 36f
.. 88, 381 871 871
... HOf 1111 not 111
... 821 . 82f 821 821
,.. 69 69
So By ....
N Y C...
C. & O. ...
Am Ice. .
In sight 43,000
' ' Liverpool.
Spots 5. Salea 8,000 bales.
. Futures, - July-Aug. 4.47. Ang-Sept.
4.40. Bept-Oct 4.28.
Notice and Warning to the Descend
ants of Col. Benjamin Stead- .
man of the Revolution
It will be found vital to the best In
terest of Ann Rebecca Scott and Eliza
beth Spellings descendants of Col. Ben
jamin Steadman, or their legal heirs,
to forward to the undersigned by U. S.
mail as early , as possible, affidavits
sworn to before a court officer having a
seal, stating tbe degrees ot their descent
from the said 8teedman and the present
address of all known descendonts. ' All
of whom are hereby warned against
signing Or empowering any one else to
sign any Instrument of writing, convey
Ing any interest to any lands owned by
the estate of said Benjamin Steadman
until after hearing from the undersigned
by letters. " '
) One ponnd r
10 qt flalvaniaed Water Bucket?, Only I6c each. ' -T
Fancy Full Cream Cheese Fox Eiyer Print "and Elgin
Butter received fresh from the dairy every week. '''''
Pickled Rump Pork, Fulton Market Corned Beef, Small
. Sugar Cured Hams, Pure leaf Lard and Cottolene.," . --
Tja drinkers can be satisfied from my stock, which- oon
Bists of the very best g'radea.r , r : - !
Queen Olives from l0o to 6Ce per bottle. '
Complete stock Canned Meats, Salmon, Fruits, and Veget
ables. We are still selling Tomatoes for 10c can.
Full line nice Toilet Soap.
The best of everything In groceries at lowest possible prices.
rienty of it ana
Alt the Best.
Ilere's a slock that is fill
ed with the most reliable .
gtables. From Flour and
Sugar to the flucr things we
carry plenty for your selec
tion. You'll get what you
need without fear of paying
too much,and with no doubt
of the value for your cash.
FOR NEXT 2 WEEKS
we will sell a Good Roasted
Coffee at 11c lb. ' '
Broad St, Grocer.
All kinds Soda and
3E LAGER SEER.
All bottles have crown stoppers with the name of what
each bottle oontains labeled
stopper bottles insures clean
around the mouth of the bottles, which has to come in contact
Zt with the goods when poured out of the bottle. All' extracts Zlt
3 are the best that can be bought which means highest quality tt
3 f goods bottled with them. ' . ' ' ' ,
tt : We are now bottling the Celebrated Vienna Cabinet Lager 3t
Zt Beer, and are Wholesale Agents for RobV, Portner ' Brewing
It Co's Fine Beers, and Hofbrau Export Beer the finest export tt
s rtiants IT tha -nrtwiIW 'i' ' "' aw
i . a Proprietor
Zt PHONE 105. . .
v v vv? v vf ? t 1 1 1 1 t It t f
k "Things come our
& No Hailstorm this
WK WIU LET IX GO YOUR WAY NEXT WEEK when )
A Feast in Foot Wea will boon at our store, and this ia the chance for i )
Iy the ladies that wish to get a Bargain. . , )
we will sell 75 Pairs Zieglers Oxfords, sizes 1 to ?4Uts,olil for 2.00 '
TO and $2.25 to close out at 75c , ,
$ atit'.M Paira Ladies Button and Lace Shoes thstVstoft'tUsb and '3, '
TO , sizes 1 to 8, to close out at 75c ' li.C l , ' I '
TO ' 25 Pair Children's and Misses 8andals, size 9 to ' that sold for 1
$1.75 W close out at 75c These Bandaht are alright and In good '
(rX shape Black and fain, , A jvi jsk u- -t I '
J5 tf-These, shoes ft&U, NOT BE BENT OUT ON APrEOVAL.
Hone? ! i I !
' The undersigned will make yon
a IAko. or will direct the use of any
Idle money you may have on hand.
,';Your security ab-lro. .
.. . 1 T t o " " r - '
... . 1
Fresh Cakes and Crackers.
71 Bros St.
Mineral Waters and
on the crown. The use of crown
bottles. No fly specks in and Zt
CROWN BOTTLING WORKS,
Cor. Quee k Ben Sts. 4.
tt t f 1 1 mttttttt 1 1 f Q
year, , hui : ja korm qfff
The Old Eel Julio Eime 2,,,
E'.re t has j,'oas J t:.e if
Wl'.h bis WOt C 1 V '
. set "&' s'ii t"i cotton drc
1 r i. C V 'i , "-.
" A. to Z. T r i ; x j. il
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